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XiijU TJUMES; TV ASHING-TO , Si&ijimAY, KOVEMJ5JE3R 20,-' 189T
MO.VBY WANTEU AXP TO LOAy.
TO LOAN-S1,000 to $20,000; D. C and
Md.; also on blocks, bonds and ins. pol
icies; builders' loans. BOX 8, 606 F
MONET TO LOAN -From 5 to $50 to re
liable parties at legal rate of interest;
money advanced ou bicycles. ROOM a.
Central building, 9th and Pa. ava
A NEW TLAN.
$10 TO SI, 000 TO LOAN
"ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS.
HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC.
Without removal from possesion of owner.
You can have the money the day you
apply for it- Payments on the principal,
or any amount, will be received at anytime,
which will lessen cost of lot' n.
LOWEST KATES .
MOST DESIRABLE TERMS
No cost to you if loan is not made.
"Please call ror rnrUier information.
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO-aull-tr-em
002 F su aw.
LOANS made on approved collateral, Mich
as life iHlU'iet, su.cks, bunds, bulkllng
association shares, syndicate ceruriqites,
etc No delay. YERKLS UAKL'R. H 10
F st. Take elevator. tf
MONEY TO LOAN at 5 and G per cent.
Etx-anl-y, real estate in District or Colum
bia, no uutay beyond an inspection of prop
erty and ex aim nation of title. WALT hit
E. ACKER. 701 14th st. nw. mht'S-tf
MONEY TO LOAN-$1,000 up wax J, at 5
and 5 1-2 per cent on D. C. real estate:
$250, $500, etc., at G per cent; all
transactions conducted with economical
consideration for borrowers.
WILLLVM H. SAUNDERS & CO .
aplG-tf 1 407 F st- nw.
LOANS ?1AUK ON FURNITURE.
Loans madeou Furniture. Pianos, Horses,
Wagons, etc., at lowest rate, and quickest
possible time. Strictly confidential. Please
call bcrore securing Joans elsewhere.
WASHINGTON MOKIGAUE LOAN CO.,
610 F St. nw.
WANTED A good barber Tor today, Sat
urday. 1411 Park et. nw. It
WANTED Nine good house painters. " Al-
ply at 40 Sin fit. ii"vv. It
WANTED Boy with bicycle; $3 week;
state reference, age, etc. Address
GLaxWakE, tills office. I
"WANTED-Two first-ctas barters. Apply
WASHINGTON FOST.BARbER SHOP.
WANTED A good taHor. Apply to B.
KXSTERMANN, 1904 14th st. UW.
WANTED 3ood white barter Saturday.
HURTS PLACE, 41 H St. ne. It
WANTED -A reliable young man for spe
cial work. Catnotic lirererred. Room o2,
Metzerott Building. it
V. iVi Lit uoud bar)er. stuady iwitkiu".
6 per cent of receipts. 713 1-2alhbt.se.
WANTED-A young uia u to make himself
usstul in & confecUonery. 120P m.
"WANTED A party capable of managing
a nusinege. witnatnaii amount oi uarnwu.
a good rmefttmeflt; no broker need answer.
Artdn-. with rete., STANLEY, this office.
WANTED Man to work on ladles' coats.
DBLANY, 722 11th st. sw. lt.em
WttNTED -Barber, colored, brim; toon--No.
10 R st ne. Item
1VAKTBD-A boy to run errands ami learn
the tailoring trade. A. WATSON . 302
Gtte fct. nw. lvem
WANTED A hustler for the grocery trade;
pood opportunity tor right party. Address
HOSTLER, thibOfrice. nolSKJt
WANTED An active Gernian-American
wiut experience to place buliuMigand loan
stores; Mugie man preferred. Apply at 13 13
F st.Tiw. xxolfl-St
WANTED -Two canvassers at 604 D st.
nw., Room No. 1. nol9-3t
1VANTED 2 paperhangeis.
once, 1648 7tn et. nw.
"V.'ANTEP A young witlte man to tend
biii ud make himselt generally useful.
Ajrty JOHN HAYEft, flight woufl Drbing
"WANT18D Cooks. iHshwasiserg. and wallr
ors," porters, drivers, clerKs, laborers.
bys; placet! furnlned till suited. CITY
INTELLIGENCE OFFICE, 427 HUi St.
WANTED A good white barber. Apply
809 7fcto st. sw- uolfe-3t
"WANTED -Registered drug clerk, young
nun: nominal salary to begin with; per
manent position to right party. 1722
14tn et. nw. nolS-3t
WANTED Registered druggist; best refer-
onocs; one willing to work at moderate
salary at first; state Hilary expected. Ad-
drcss DRUGS , this of f lc?. ml8;3 1
WANTED -Tailor, at 1201 F St. nw.
MORTON C. STuUl' & CO. nol7-3t-em
WANTED Fircl-clabs paperhangers, at
once. II. F. REU, 320 12th st. nw.
WANTED An honest, industrious l)oy,
about 18 01 19 yearsof age, tomakelilm
soit useful aroiiHua groeerynure;une with
uie knowledge or cutting meat preferred.
625 3d st. ne. nol7-3t,em
HELP WA yTKD-FBli AL1C.
WANTED By Mrs. Dunning, 035 G st.
iiw., good white coon, no washing; pay
$lc or 5-:U, gooa wiute coi; u wanaml
Iron; three in family; pay $14; good w.hite
cook; to w&n andiron; two in ramily. pay
$10", young wnlte girl lor general house
work; pay Si::; wmte cnambermaid and
Traitress: pay $10: call at once; good
colred cook; pay $lb. It
WANTED Girl wlifti good reference for
general liousework; a good Home ror a
good girl. Apply after 10 at 1 75S V -t.
WANTED First-class -woman cool: im
mediately. G24 Pa. ave. nw. It
WANTED A younglady of neataddrcssto
act as adverusar. Address Uox 100, tills
WANTED First-class white cook for pri
vate family. G14 13th nw. It
"WANTED At once, German or Swede girl:
gunural housework. CAPITAL CITY EM-
PLOxgiaNT Auis.i;x,DU4it.nw. it
LADIES wanted to travel and appoint
-agent; for old established liouse; iiermn
nent poaition; $40 per mouth and all expenses-
Address Z-, Box S2,Phila.
WANTED An apprentice who can sew
well. b21 llthbt-nw. lt-em
WANTED White woman la Kmnll family;
lo do general housework. 310 6th st
WANTED Young -wait girl for cliambcr
work and wailing: gooi home; moderate
-K-ages: refs. 2106 ISth st. nw.
"WANTED- Firnt-closs lady's tailors and
busheliiiau, at SCIIUTZ, opposite the
Arlington Hotel. nol8-3t
WANTED A female pastry cook. Call
at 1209 llbt-ne. nolfc-3t
WANTED-General liouseworkers, cham
bcrniaids, laundreseeb. beamstresses, day
workers, nurses; places furnished till suited.
B11ACKl..uJcD', 425 11th su nw.
WANTED - A respectable while woman to
take charge or an infant baby box; slate
terms. Address W- D. C, tins orfice.
WANTED White girl, about 15 years old,
as uuific, and make herself general! v use-
fuL Gall 9 Ui 12 a. m., 1007 S st. mv.
AV ANTED Girl who has experience at
boetienog men's clotbkig. none otliers
need apply. M. DYRENFORTH & CO.,
923 Pa. ave. nol7 tf
SITUATIONS WAXTEIl -MALE
PROPRIETORS send postal as usual for
your country and city Help; furnished at
Khort notice. V IRGINIA EXCH A AC L, 7 -. ,
13th st. nw. no20-3t
WANTED A lady or mlddSc-aged man to
accept a plareas clerk ana caMiier; must
base $200 In cash to ticnowt as security.
Addre GOOD FIT, thiH olfice. ik1P-.U-i-iu
WE HAVE today rcquesl"? for follow
ing situations: A housekeeper, a lady lu
linen room; a salesladv, a governess, ex
perienced", a skirt bund, 2 butlers, G
cooks, 3 ladies' molds, one coachman,
"White; 3 janitors, colored; furnished ab
Bolutely fiee. CAPITAL CITY EMPLOY
MENT AGENCY, 504 E bt. nw. nol S-lt
SERVANTS, clerks, typewriters or any
one wishing a hitu.11 ion -will bo dealt
honestly by. CAPITAL CITY EMPL01'-
MBNT AGENCY, 504 E st.ir.v.
nolGj lxn o
IIELP of all kind furnishcil Tree; make
your own selections at ourctrice.or scud
postal. Telephone 129B EXCHANGE
BUREAU, 721 13th nw. uo2-lmo
WANTED Colored man wants place as
waiter in bourdlug house, cate, or res
taurant. Address J.E.G., 123S lOHist.uw.
WANTED A competent architectural
draughtsman desires employment: good
ret.: moderate pay. Address MODERATE,
this orrice. no20-3t
WANTED By a good cako baker steady
employment as foreman or second hand.
-Adrticss 0. G. S., this office; It
WANTED By voutig man, work of any
kind; night -work preferred; does not use
tobacco or liquor. Address bl EaI Jl , this
office. - no20-3t
WANTED $50 cash and $5 per month for
Government position $60 per month; I
till! fluu UL teiAXiilll ilUU IIU11UI.AUU; WIOWIU' H
soldier, and have passed civil service ex
atiiinatioa. Address WORTHY, this of
W NTED Situation at. hoseworker, but
ler, or cook, by colored man. Cull C. J.
SMi i"H, a2u Pomeroy st. iiw. It
WANTED Young ma.n would like employ-nit-iit
or any kmd. II. F mis ofnee.
WANTED By young man of small fam
ily, farm lo care lor. Address Y. 20,
WANTED -Sober, reliublemechnnicwishcs
steady employment where integrity and
energy will return a living. Audreys 52,
tills orfice. nolS-3t-em
WANTED By export stenographer and
typewriter, position; tllcrougif experi
ence' ab secretary aim cloru in all kinds
or legal or official work: Kilary inut.1 he
fair. Address JNO. J. C, this office.
WANTED By an experienced young man,
iioiiuou oi any Kind, anie to. rui-isii
bonds; speaJiB beven dlifezent languages.
SPEAKER, this office. nol8-3t
Y ANTED-Position as salebman, collector
or sohoitor; city or outside. Address
RELIABLE, this office. uolS-2t
WANTJSD By bookkeeper experienced
and Competent; uiidei&tands typewriter;
good correspondent; can take charge of
office: veiy moderate salary. B, thlsofflcc.
WANTED Situation by young colorcdman;
In restaurant, lKardfng-liouse, hotel or
nmalc family. Call &1G llllfbt. nw.
t-vMu By young man, position as
bookkeeper, clerk or salesman; refs.
fnxii preKent employer. Addrtts If. N. M. ,
this office. nol7-St,em
SI T IT A T 1 1 -NSJ V A N'PK D FK i AL K.
WANTED A Tew more cngagement8 by
i.ne day in families. DRE&SMAKEU,
227 K st. nw.. lt
ANTED- By a respectable white woman,
&tuaxiou to oookl or do housework; good
reference, call or aduress 1007 1. at. be.
or E. S., lids orfice. it
WANTED By a respectable colored girl, u
place as nurbe, or assist in housework;
age, is. 1144 21st st. nw. lt
WANTED By colored woman, situation as"
Cook, In small Tamil v; refeience given;
will stay nights. Call lb21 Madison st. mv.
W AfvTED Position as viblting governess,
ra.der or amnuueuttU: foreigners trained
in pronunciation and elegant use of English
language; best references. G35 East Cap
itol st. lt-em
WANTED -By a respectable colored girl,
place as plain cook or general Isouse
worker in a small ramily. Address 202 0
su nw. no!8-3t
WANTED -By on excellent colored woman,
place to cook, wash, and Iron; references.
M. T., this office. nol9-3t
WANT ED-By colored girl, place in small
private family, coon and do geneiul
liousework, or washing to take nome, good
rciereaceu. Cullllio Ust.inv. nol9-3t
A ANTED -By competent woman, general
housfcworfc; also girl, chambermaid or
nurse. 1717 Vt. aye. mv. nolfc-3t-em
WANTED By a joung "Hlue g rl, place
to learn dix-a&tuakittg. uixier'.iai.c.b areat
deal of sewing. Address E. W.. 1 521 H st.
WANTED By young woman of lefine-
ment, place as cnambermaid 01 sewing In
Xirst-cla, family; city iefs. Call or ail-
dress 1719 lbtu st. nw. nol7-3t,em
WANTED Situation as general house
worker or ciaiabonnaid. good ieference.
Call 130 Ya. ave..sw. nol7-3t,cm
WANTED A situation to cook, wash and
Iron or general housework, bj' competent
colored woman. 1326 L st. nw.
WANTED A young cotoied womnn as
chumbcrmaid and seamstreas; or adult's
nurse and seamstress; 5 years' experience
In liiemafcmg. Address H. A., this office.
WANTED By a respectable girl, place
a cnambermaid or iaitrett, can uogood
sewing. Call at 2429 F tt. nw.
HKLl "VVANTKIJ "MALE
'HOW 1 was verj' much vexed in Vir
ginia." Pastor L. Ilea Hwem explains
Sonday night 7.30 o'clock. Free pews.
Sedbud Baptist Church Auditorium, 4th
st. and Va. ave. si. it
AAA WANTED Men and women, young
and old, to work Tor us ,n their ow a homes
in spare time, day or evening. We pay
$10 to $15 per wajk. No canvasshig. Any
child can do the work. Send address to
uay. M cnd wors aioncj. II. A.URlpr,
l.-ept. 294, 'lyrone. Pa. oc23-sutoaw-20t
WANTED $5 vapor bath cabinet given for
a few hours' woik. Address CABINET,
this office. it
BAY STATE BeneHclary Association policy-holders,
attention By addressing O.
M., this orrice, at once, you will learn
something to jour interest. no20-3t
$1,200 CLERIC in Pension Office desires to
exuiiaugt' niaoes witner,cof same grade
in general land orfice. Address NLNiMO,
tills office. it
WANTED Would like to take partTor a
small house, 7 or 8 1 coins; a. in. i.; not
over $25 per month, with responsible
adultfamily. J.B.,tliisorrice. noia-3t-ein
WANTED -Young man owning G-rcorn
house in ne. part or city will let small
family have rent of same Tor his boardand
room. TEMPERATE, this office. lt-em
WANTED Eorse for Ms Itcp, will buy"if
.suited. Address F. B., tit's oifice.
WANTED One good parlor oryiin With
mirror top; must be chesp. Address
CHEAP QRuAN, this office. nolS-.'lt
WANTED A nice light coupe or coupe rock
away, "will Hade canopv top phaeton for
lame; hire or buy if a Largaiii. Address
R. A. C, this office. nol8-3l
WANTED -Second-hand ror ka way or
brougham; must bp in rair order and
cheap. Adoress RIGHT, this oifire.
OLD BOOKS I pay cash for all kinds of
old miscellaneous books: will call, ex
amine and make orfcr at residence. Drop
postal to WASHINGTON BOOK SHOP,
under Second National Bank, JAMES
O'NEIL, Proo.. 509 7th bt. nw. oc8-Im
IV A NTED AG ENTS.
AGENTS wanted on a good selling
specialty. NATIONAL CIGAR FAC
TORY, loll Pa. ave. nw. it
WANTED Agents. $0 to 25 a v. ccksuro
lo workers, no capital needed; new goods;
new plan: sells at sight; every family nceda
It. HOUSEHOLD SPEC. CO., Box 424,
Cincinnati, Ohio. my20-sat26t
WANTED Agents, New England Regis
try Bureau and Accident Insurance; an
nual expense, $1 only. Call or address
W. E. CILLEY, Manager, Washington
loaii anu Trust Budding, Washington, D.
FOH KENT FLATS.
FOR RENT -Flat; either 2d or 3d "floor.
a. m, i.; Inquire in store 2012 14th st.
FOR RENT -Flat of 3 or 4 lcomi", 2d
floor; bath on tame; heat and gas; will
rent separate rrom $4 to So; table bo.nders
desired at reasonable rates. 57 II st. nw
FOR RENT Flat of two basement rooms:
steam-neat: range in kitchen; no children:
rent $10. 210 F st. nw. nol7-Gt
FOH : IlENT OR SALE.
FOR SALE OK RENT A business place
suitable for manufacturing purposes;
pieferable for bakery; including steam;
space 30x100. Address K. A. N., this
office. nol 8-6t
FOR .VT.13 BICYCLES.
FOR SALE '97 bicycles on $5 monthly
payments. We are closing out our en
tile stock of ladles' and men's high-grade
new and second-hand '97 bicycles on $5
monthly payments. No inattei how small
your saktry, you can afrord a bicycle m
such terms as these. F. G. SMITH. 1225
Pa aye. nol8-6t,em
FoR SALE -Lady's 1896 high-grade, light
running wheel; lamp, bell, tools, etc.;
$25. Cjdl from 3 to 5 p. in., G06 3d st. mv.
.FOIl "-KENT ROQ3Ig. nr
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room; warm
and light; two In room; with good table
Iward. $40 per month;- leterencos ex
changed. 810 H st. ne. no20-3t
FOR RENT 2 furnished communicating
looms; complete; 1. h. k.; heat and gas.
130G 9th st. nw. xt
FOR RENT Nice .neat furnished room,
si Kfi nor wf.pi.-f nulpt iipiirliborhood.
228 F st. nw. no20-3t j
FOR RENT G20 A ne., front and back
parlor; also com. rooms on .2d Hooi,
wiru heat and gas. nol-&t-em
FOR RENT Lovely large parlors on 1st
tloor; builable for Member or studio;
Cheap 1017 14th Bt. 1102 0-3t
FOR RENT 1228 11th t. nw.; two large,
sunny and well-furnished rooms, 2d ana
3d floor; ref. exchanged; private family, i
FOR RENT At No. 817 Noith Capitol St.; i
two looms; furnished or unfurnished. !
cither back or front; suitable for one or
two gentlemen. It
Foil RENT Large front room: furnished I
or unfurnished; neat, gas, and bath, a 'so
hall loom; furnished, $5. 131G 11th St., i
near N, nv. . ll
FOR RENT -630 A st. ne. Large 2d-srory
front room: soutli rrout; fur.; oiiph grate
fire if desired. no20-3t
FOR RENT To gentlemen, nicely fur.
1'Mge second story trout roou. bay
"window; southern exposure; alRO room on
pailor floor; well fur.; Jatrohc stove lu
room; Very suitable Tor gentleman. 1453
Q st. nw. no20-tf
FOR RENT-German piivote family has
nicely furnished rooms, cheap; excellent
board; 1224 I st. nw. no20-3t
FOR RENT Two rooms, furnished or un
furnished; rent reasonable. 121 4th st.
FOR RENT 1234 13th st. nw.; pleasant
floor; suitable for party of students; ward
if desired; private family, refs.
FOR RENT Large rooms; rur. or unrur.,
good home: board, cheap, gents preferred.
1114 5th st. ne. nol9-3t-em
FOR RENT 2 well-furnished front rooms,
2o floor; all modern improvements; con
venient to all far lines, household consists
of husband and wife. 1229 0th st. nw.
FOR RENT The most desirable rpoms in
city, with very best people; cheap; in mv.;
come aim investigate. CREAMER & CO.,
0 15 14th st. nw. nol 9jjit
FOR RENT -Three or four rooms; whole
2d floor; pleasant rooms; newly papered
and painted: gas and heat. $12 to $16
per inonth. 109Fst.jie. nol9-3t
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished
rooms; from $3up; also good table board:
in a piivatu family; home commits. 1127
10th St. iiw. nol9-3t
FOR RENT Two gentlemen rooming to
gether can secure newly-furnished room,
bright, well-heated and ga, arranged to
suit permanent parties. 459 C bt. nw.
FOR RENT-307 E. Cap. St., 2 nicely
fur. rooms, front and back: 2d and 3d
floors: on Metropolitan car line; 1 square
irom new Library; gentlemen only; refs.
nol9-6t . .
FOR RENT Two elegant parlors, near
Capitol; attractive house. 422 '1st st.
FOR RENT 707 II ht., lovely, sunny Trout
room, well heated and lighted: Northern
family; no housekeeping. nol8-3tem
FOR RENT -Furnished, large hall room,
front. 803 9th st. mv. nol8-3t-em
FOR RENT -3 or 4 ucfciraulc rooms, with
bath, modern improvement; light house
keeping: cars convenient. 133S U st. nw.
FOR RENT-Furnlbhed, back parlor, -with
hall room; heat, gas, bath; use purler;
piano; very cheap. 172o Sth nw. -
FOR RENT -Furnished rooms at 01 0 East
Capitol st.; these rooms are good and
pleasant, and the locality is delightful:
light hciu&i'kceping if desired; no children.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms: 1 large, back
parlor; 2 rooms on 3d floor; $8 and $6;
furiiace heal. J123 5tli st. nw. nolS-3t
SOUTHERN rooms: with or without board;
furnished or unfurnished parlor flat;
ceatral. 20Graut place. nol8-7t
FOR RENT-H31 11th st- mv.; pleasant
noun;, back parlor, $8;.anolher nice room,
$8; neatly furnished; rirst-ciasa situation.,
FOR RENT Fur.; 3 bright, stylish rooms,
with or without boaru; Georgetown, on
electric line. L. N., this orfice.
FOR RENT -Furnished rooms with good
board; home cooking; table board a spe
cialty. 1707 Ta. ave. nol7-4t-cm
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, 2d
and 3d floors, at 929 N. Y. ave. nw.
FOR RENT A nicely-furnished room, suit
able for two gentlemen, with good table
lxiard, $4 a weelc apiece; a nice front room,
$2 a week; near E. Cap. st. cars, Library
and Capitol. 12 Gth st. ne. no!4-7t
FOH HENT UNFCHNISJTED ROOMS
FOR RENT Beautiful large room, "vvitli
pantry, and one hnll room; heat and
gav, light housekeeping. 812 6th st. nw.
FOR RENT Unfurnished, 1st floe-,3 rooms;
rates very reasonable. 916 estminster
FOR RENT -1422 N St. nw.", two or three
unfur. roonis; Ilglft housekeeping, heat,
bath and gas. noif3t
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms on sec
ond floor, with heat and light, MO; or
basement, dining-room, and kitchen; with
I 100m on lstrioor, $15. 324 Mass. ave.
II e. no0-3t
FOR RENT 2 or 3 unfur. rooms; 1st or
2d floor, with heat, gas and bath; light
housekeeping; price $10. 1719 5th st. nw.
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, 3d floor;
heat and light; $17. 224 A st. be.
FOR RENT Two large rooms; newly pa
pered; suitable for light housekeeping;
heat, urns and bath. Call at, t;22 3d st. ne.
FOR RENT-214 A st. se.; 3 or 4 unrur-
iiished rooms; 2d floor; half square east
oL Library. no 19-3t
FOR RENT Unfur., for housekeeping, 2
communicating 2d-floor rooms, with al
cove', heat and gas; bath on same floor.
708 Q st. nw. nol8-3t,em
FOR RENT Unfur Two pleararit rooms
on 2d floor: well lighted and heated.
1304 R st. nw. nol8-3t
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms on
2d-floor; bath on same floor. 1006 E
st. sw. nol8-3t
FOR RENT-Entire 2d floor, 3 unfurnished
rooms and bath; no other roomers. 2la
Sth st. se. nol 7-3t-em
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms on
2d floor for liKiit houseKeeiimg; uas and
bath. 625 4th st. nw. nol7-4t
WITH first-class board; fur. or unfur., sec
ond floor frbnt, with alcove", and third
floor tront hall room. No. 1112 10th st.
FOR RENT To two persons, eithdr sex,
nice room and excellent board; moderate
terms. 1019 Sth st. nw. no20-3t
FOR RENT Dec 1; AVith good Loard.
large, light, well-furnished room; 3d
floor; $36 for two; light and heat. 431
G st. nw. no20-3t
ROOMS AND BOARD First floor, suit
able for M. C; nicely furnished; w-:ll
heated", also 2d and 3d floors; en suite
or single; first-class table; reasonable;
location central.718 12thst. nw. nol9-3t
FOR RENT A good 2d-floor room and
board for two. Inquire at 103 Ky. ava
sc, opp.Lincoln Park. nol9-3t
DESIRABLE rooms and board, with home
comforts; reasonable rates. 912 12tn st.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished room with
first-class board, with private family;
suitable for two young men or married
couple: reasonable rates. 505 H street
FOR RENT With first-class board, two
large rurmshed roonis, at 620 I st.nw.
FOR RENT With board, one 2d-story front
room; nicely furnished. 1316 B st.
COMFORTABLE rooms and good board at
1014 12lh st. nw. nol3-3t
FOR RENT STORE ROOMS.
"?ou RENT 614, coiner of 1Mb si. and
Tennessee ave. n. e. , with 8 room
dwelling; concreted cellar; splpndid loca
tion forgroccrj or dry goods, newly papered
and painted", only $20 per month. F. J.
1)IET'1VNNE. Ohio Bank Building.
FOH RENT M 1SCELL A NEGT7S.
A GENTLEMAN Will rent a piano In ex
change for room rent, or will sell at a
bargain, and will take board in part pay
ment. Address P. S.t this office. nol-8-4t
9Fc. WILL biiy ladles' and gents' solid
leather shoes; all sizes. SELBY, No.
1903 Pa . ave.- ' ') no20-lt
$1.00 WILL buy a good pair of pants; i
n.?iv1)?uM i", fcc u,m; uI1 o?,oI,,,s-
bLLBY,iyi)3 Pa.a.e.j no20-4t
HEADQUARTERS for lvys' and men's
$2.00 WILL buy a palrtol' SELUY's $;i
double sole enamel sitoap; all sizis. tne
latest thing out in footwear for men.
SELB Y, No . 1903 Pa. ave. nc.20-3t
$2.00 WILL buy a crack-a-jack lwy's suit;
ail shades; real value $4.00: sliii,
No . 1903 Pa. ave. no20-4t
WASHINGTON HAVANA SHORTS, the
greatest seller Washington ever had.
Retails two for 5c. NATIONAL CIGAR
JfAUTOKY, 1011 ra. ave. nw
DURITY, 305 1
will be done
BLOUNT Door Check and Spriug closes
a door easily witnoul Slamming. Does
n'tgrftoutororder. JOHN 1M-.SPEY,
1010 Pa. ave uot0-tf
S. IT. STIDHAM has taken a butter
stand, No. 327, K st. market, and would
be pleased to Ste his old friends and pa
trons. Drop him a postal and let him
serve you at lowest market priced. Conven
tion Hall, 5lh and K sts. nw. no20-3t
HIGHEST CASH prices paid for second
band furniture, enrnets (entire houses).
pianos, stocks, etc. Address .TONES, 1004
Mass. ave. nw: nol9-7t
PAINTING, decorating, and floor polish
ing; first-class workmanship, at lowest
prices. G. W. MacMIchael, 611 3d st. ne.
LAGB CURTAINS laundered equal to new
at 35c a pair; mail orders receive prompt
attention. No. 25 F st. nw. nol8-4t-cin
TYPEWRITERS rented at reduced rates;
with privilege of purchase: standard
makes; preliminary Instruction free. NEW
MAN'S rYPEWRlTERAGENCY.GU 7th
st. iiw. au28-3in-cm
ROBERT M. HARROVER, Ranges. Stoves
nnd Furnace Repairing; Tinning and
ncatlng; Aluminum Cooking Vessels. 438
Ninth st. nw. oc28-lmo
WILL SELL your furniture; will store
your rurnlture, will accommodate you
with a loan on same, no Interest cliargrd:
liberal dealing; drop postal and will call.
MARCUS NOTES, G37 La-ave. se30-2mo
OYSTERS! OYSTERS! -Winston's oysters
at 20o (it. will please you; large, fresh
shucked; 25c everywhere else. 1848 7th
st. nw.; drop card. uol8-6t
DANCING Caldwell's Academy, cor. 5th
and H bis. nw.; class evenings, Tues-
ua-y anu rriuay; private lessons given
daily by appointment
Address 706 7th
WE'LL HELP YOU SAVE MONEY if
you'll let us do all your painting. We
promise our prices to be the lowest that
fine work will cost. Rooms papeied rich
paper $2 up. F. G. NOLTB, 810 9th
st.; 110 branch. nol8-tr
LADIES' second-hand clothes in good or
der can be found at 501 L st. ne.; open
at 2 p. ni. ' nol8-3t
THE CAPITAL EMPLOYMENT BUREAU,
620 O st. nw., wll promptly supply help
of all kinds. Call or send postal. no!8-3t
LACE CURTAINS lnuudered for 35 cents
at lOtlrst. laundry; 724 loth st. nw.
It-cm f , . 4
FiiENCH trimming, 15-.and 23c; dress-
""making mid plain' sewing. 7051 st.nw
no 17-.3 t-om . n
THE KlTCnEN Try. F. C. Chandler's
1820 7th St. nw.
WHAT money will buy at SELBY'S this
week", child's rubbers, 15c.; men's rub
ber ologs, 35c; boys' underwear, 19c;
men'S'UiHierwear, 2-ic.iTnen'8 pantt., firty
different patterns, 98c; all kinds of men's
shoes, 98c; child's shoes, 55c.
nolG-6t SEBBY, 1903 Ta. ave.
SPECIAL Your pick of fifty men's suits
at $6.75; elsewhere $10.
nolG-6t SELBY, 1903 Pa. ave.
THE J&KST $2.00 mctrsishoes in the city;
all 'shapes aud the latest styles.
nol6-6t SELBY, 1903 Pa. ave.
$2.00 DERBIES and Fedoras; black or
blown; up-to-date; extra quality; to
be sold quick at $1.23.
nolG-6t SELBY, 1903 Pa. ave.
BOYS' nobby school suit, $1.98: ages 5
to 15: reefers aud ulsters in blue aud
black. SI. 98; ages G to 17.
nol6-6t SELBY, 1903 Ta. ave.
BOYS' school shoes, 75c and 89c; solid
as a rock.
nol0-6t SELBY, 1903 Pa. ave.
FREE help furnibhedito parties desiring
same. CAPITAL CITY EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY, 504 E st. nw. nolG-lmo
DEPARTMENT DINING-ROOMS -514 8th
St., opposite general postoffice; best 15c
and 25c meals in city; quick lunches.
GET your -winter suit made to order for
$8; also pant-s $2.50. PEKOFSKY,
the taikin I7347thst. nw. iiol3-7t.em
SHOES repaired whlle-you wait; half soles
and heels, 40c. and 50c. 341 and 229
Pa. ave, nw.; bebt work guaranteed.
REMOVAL or aluminum store from 1435
to 493 Pa. ave. no2-lmo
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
Printing 500 cards, 75c . 50O envelopes,
75c; 500 note heads, 75c; 500 state
ments. 75c; binding magazines, 50c;
miscellaneous books rebound. G. E.
WILLIAMS. 61P 7th at. nw feG-tf
WA NTK11 ROOMS.
FOR RENT Two good rooms; nicely fur
nished; southeast front; good location.
1001 N. Y. ave. mv. no20-3t
WOULD ARRANGE "with right party to
divide expenses of house, or would rent
part, unfurnished. Address CENTRAL LO
CATION, this office. no20-3t
NOTICE Parties registered rooms with
agent for the last week call at office.
FXUHANGE BUREAU, No. 721 13th nw.
WANTED 2 or 3 rooms; fur.; henfc and
light; central; housekeeping. Address
PRICE, this office. no20-3t
WANTED By settled lady, two unfurnished
rooms; heat and light; nw. of 7th st.
Address ADVANCE, turn office. no20-3t
WANTED Two or three unfur. rooms for
lignt housekeeping. .Address LIGHT, this
WANTED Unfur. heat ed room; no questions
asked. M. II., this office lt.cm
WANTED By two young ladies two com
municating rooms, with or without
board, with privileges. Address II. B.
M., this office nol9-3t
WANTED At once; two furnished rooms
or Hat, -with privileges. Address MRS.
L. HALL, General Delivery, Pottorflce.
WANTED Three good -sized rooms for
light housekeeping: -second floor, with
heat, light and gas for cooking; between
1st and Gth, D and G sts. nw. Address
II. J. L., this orrice. ' not9-3t
WANTED 2 or 3 tnltirnished roonis, 2d
floor; light housekeeping; reasonable
price; centrally located. N. H. W., this
WANTED A youug man desires a roomon
Cotumbia Heights Jn,a small family of
quiet, grown people; price about $8 a month.
Address S. A.G.. thls.ofTicc. nolS-3t-ent
WANTED To rontS$fumiHhed liouse in
good location; reritntuust be moderate.
II. A. "W., this offiefc. nol8-3t
A GENTLEMAN will rent a jiiano In ex
change for room rcni or will iell at a
bargain and will takejboard in part pay
ment. P. S., this office. nol8-3t
WANTED -We want them, but do not
employ solicitors or collectors; any
person thus engaged is an Irnposter and
snould be arrested. OtTice, Koum -4,
Le Droit Bldg., 802 F St. mv. notS-3t
ROOMS WANTED AND FOR RENT-Fur-nislied,
unfurnished, and for light house
keeping", all prices; all locations. Get
our list. No Xiifarge for information. EX
CHANGE BUREAU, 721 13th nw.
"FOR SALE FARMS.
FOR SALE Country property;.no cash re-1
. quired; farm, 104 acres; 5-room house;
new barn; cellar; all kinds or fruit; 3 0 acres
timber; good water; near city; on very easy
monthly pavments", much less than rent.
Box 8, 606 F st. lt,em
FOR SALE We have a large number of
good farms for sale. Call or write, W ILL-
I AM H. PRICE & CO., 617 14th st. mv.
nol 9 -6 1
WANTED A furnished house of4to 8
rooms; good care taken and prompt pay.
Addtess SOUTHERN, thlsofficJ. Jio20.:tt
1.25 WILL buy any nat including men's t i stn ct nw, b h, 8 ims o,5ou
fedoras; all biiades and styles: black ov W'ji 2lbt st nw, b h, 0 tms 5,500
brown derbies; $.i grade. SEL.B1, NO. I -22 2d st mv, b h 5,000
1903 Pa. ave. no20-4t 2l N J ave&e, b h. 14. rms 9,000
S1.B0; factory expert: 'r, "tn at -sw.b .fl.12r.us -W ! .'TTS'lfi?
11; drop postal. JAS. R. ,.""? ??."". " u "?.'.' -i- .7'' "" ! Ttt'off. 1 p Vn 1 iV. VnX' ".. VXT-i Vr.'-
2thst.au. nn2n-'ll t ..r"" "' wostue, on, orms.eaen. s,uu rin VnV A nn ' : H.7.'v' ""' '
-uiibt.jv.. noujt, 1220 3d st nw, C h.-irms 1,500 G.20, 6.05, 7.06 and 8.00 p. m.
i Alinilludamouutofwork 209 to 215 I stue, bh. 4 rms. each.. 1,500 Por Arimgion ana Aqueduct Bridge
very cheap, at 431 G St. 27to83l 2dstne. bh.orms.each. 1,500 (Sundays). 7:45, SMS, 9:45. 10:30 11:15,
no20-3t 359 O bt sw. f h r. m, 1 ..ton a. in., 12:00 noon. 12:45. 1:30. 2:lrj.
FOH SALE AND KENT.
FOUR-STORY ERICK AND TRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
1401 lGth st nw, b h, 25 rms
111 S C l .,. ,. v.
2110 O st nw', bh. 17rrns".".'..i
"? 20th t nw. b h, 12rms..
1733K stnw, bh, 12rms
io;j v t ave niv. h h. OrmR
1114 Md ave. sw, b h, 10 rms....
THREE-STORY tRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR S.LG
90D K and 902 and 904 Mass ave
nw, bh $35,000
1915 I3tn bt nw, b h, 9 ims.... 9,000
ii iu si my, D , xo rms a.ouo
TWO-STORY BRICK AND TRAAIE
HOUSES FOR SAL E.
112h cth at nw, b h,9 rms $7,500
bOlRst mv.b 11, Grins 6,700
2audai Derrejsstn-.v, bh,7ims.. 0,500
015 G st ne, bh,7 rms 4,000
oau i u ave se, u h,u ims r,,uou
910 H st mv, 10 rms $40 35
fc , J "venw, Orms, 40 00
o.,Vw fat mv, 8 rms 25 50
21 Oth&t bw, 10 rms 25 50
j uin ami Providence sts ne, 6 rms.. 20 00
nt,n ?. " ,,u' ' rms....
U?. bt s', 0 "us
?.' 10th fct se, 7 rms....
491 C st sw. r. iti.K
STORES. OF PICKS. AC
Str & dwg, 1001 & 1003 P st nw, 5
..rooms $40 00
Ban, 3d floor, 419 10th St. nw 35 00
Str tc dwg , 1213 N. Y. ave nw, 6
roonis 25 50
Str& d-wg, 1 275 25th St. nw, 6 rms. 20 00
bLri dwg, 22117th st. nw 18 00
Storeroom & 1 rm, rear 608 Laave.. 20 00
Stable audshop, rear 141-7 K stnw.. 16 00
Stable, rear 1629 O st nw 15 30
Backroom, lstfloor,lll4 G stnw.. 15 00
Shop, rear 1233 Blagden's alley nw. 2,50
Ihe above is only a portion or the
property on my books. For full list call
at "iC'co for bulletin issued on the 1st
THQS. E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F St. nw.
riiuyjjij.ii ..,....-1. ..-.i .-,..
FOR RENT No. 230 Fla.
ave. nw., a very desir a
b'e buff brick house; a.m.
i.; 6 rs., batli, large con
creie cellar and nice yd.
Rent, $25. Keys at 228
F a. ave. E. J. RIORDAN,
8th and Va. ave. se.
FOR RENT 432 Q st. nw.; house open:
6 rooms; hall, range, bath, gas; new
paperlng; back building; parking; large
back yard; arranged for 2 families; Im
provements rintshed. $18.50. no20-3t
FOR RENT-G031-2 4th st-. opposite Pen
sion Office; 2-story and basement brick
house; 8 rooms; m. i.; Key 614 3d nw.
FOR RENT-Dec. 1st, 128 D ne., 9
rooin house, newly painted, papered; 6
rooms rented if satisfactory. OWNER,
tills 'office. nol9-3t-em
-FOR RENT 2-story brick, 7 rooms, cel
lar and stable attached: newly, painted
and papered; rent $20. 408 1-2 N. J. ave.
FOE, RENT 509 T ht. mv., 9-room and
basement, in perfect condition; lot 60
feet front and 140 reet deep, which makes
a grand place for your children to play;
rent reduced to $40. Apply GEO. E.
EMMONS ACQ., 1410 F bt. nw.iiol9-3t-em
FOR RENT-House 1919 13th st. nw.:
8 rooms: all modern Improvements; key
at 1929 13th st. mv. Apply to OWNER,
12121st. mv. no!9-3t
FOR RENT-6 rooms and bath; all m. i.
JH7 French st. iiol8-3t-em
FOR RENT 6SLst.nw.,6roomRand hath;
a. m. 1.; all In best condition; terms,
$20.50 per mouth. Apply on rem
FOR RENT-HouseNo. 513 Gth st.nw., 18
rooms, 2 baths, $60; house No. 2324 dth
Bt. nw., 4 roums, $10.50; houseNo. 938 9th
st. nw., 4 rooms, sio.jo; house .o. uzi
Grant ave., 4 rooms, $10.45. By owner,
M. FRANK RUPPERT, 10 24 7th.
FOR RENT -1014 Gth st. nw., 6 rooms
aud bath; rent reduced to $2o.50. Ap
ply 450Pa. ave.nw. nol7-3t-cm
FOH SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE One set of 1897 Hyatte pool
balls", one dozen fancy cues, wrapped
handles; good as new; suitable for cluo use.
FRANK HALL, Wlllard Hotel Carriage
FOR SALE Stemway square piano, in
excellent condition; cheap for cash: a
batgain. 12241 st.nw. no20-3t
FOR SALE Three show cases, with table.
CLAPLIN OPTICAL CO., 907 F St-no20-9t
FOR SALE-2 fine old violins, cheap, lol
C st.uc. nol9-3t-cm
FOR SALE Stylish trap, in good condi
tion, $45; good upright piano, $15; fine
gunning skiff, $5. Address STYLISH,
this office. nol9-3t
FOR SALE Cheap; boiler, engine and
baw-mill. For particulars apply to M.
L. fcULLlVAN, 1212 Ohio ave.; in good
condition; also farm for sale. nol9-3t
FOR S ALE-Organ; f irst-ciassuprtghtstyle;
robewood and mahogany; cheap. 1013
lGth ht. mv. nol9-3t
FOR SALE An English grayhound", year
and a half old: For particulars apply
42311th st.se. Call af ter 5p.m.nol9-3t
FOR Sa Best Elgin butter, fresh from
the chu.r 5 pounds, $1.40; good cream
ery butter, 25c a pound; ir you want the
very best butter buy YOUNGS' best, at
76 and 77 O st. Market; or 69 Rlggs Mar
ket; postal orders promptly rilled. nol9-3t
FOR SALE -Two Griffith pool tables;
cost $250 each; will sell for $90 each;
call at Abbott's, 517 7th st. nw.
FOR SALE 3 Irish setters.
394, this office.
LE Child's bed.
Apply 1254 10th
FOR SALE Pair of spring balance scales.
Inqulie, Wood and Coal Yard. 4th and F
sts. ne. nolS-3t,em
FOR SALE Several nice rings includ
ing one diamond, 1 1-4 carats. $76", and
one diamond setting solid gold snake
riug, $12,505 rare bargains. Address
RINGS D., this office. iiol8-3t
SQUARE PIANOS ON SI WEEKLY PAY
MENTS. A few excellent, square pianos, of such
old reliable makes as Bradbury, Knabe,
Decker, Cliickering, Weber, Hames, etc., at
$20 up, and on $1 weekly payments. Any
body can afford a piano on such terms.
E.G.SMITH, 1225 Pa. ave. nolO-Kt-em
FORSALE YoungCubanandMcxl can par
rots, monkeys, gold rtshes, dogs, pigoons,
canaries, incubators, Spratts.und Austin's
dog bread; send Tor catalogue. SCUMID'S
BIRD STORE. 712 12th St. nw. oca-tf
FOR SALE $2.98 for 6-ft extension
table; lounges, $2.50; cook stoves, $5:
heater, $2.50; parlor and bedroom suites,-
$1 per week; cueap casn anu create, itjsu
MOND, 313 7th st. nw. oc30-tf,em
FOR SALESample lotof fine shotguns at
sacrifice', call early and get a bargain.
JULIUS COHEN, 1104 7th st. nw.
FOR EXCHANGE Tin or sloe work for
bicvcle. Address MECHANIC, thlsoHice.
WANTED Will exchange a well located
lot in Del Ray for horse and day ton, or
will buy if cheap. Address Z. MANGEM,
Takoma.D. C. nol9-3t
IVILL EXCHANGE operatic and classic
for popular and sacred music. Address
AEOLIAN, this office. nol8-3t
FOR EXCHANGE Handsome canopy top
cart; compensating springs, etc.; cost
$125; will sell or exchange for lady's
high-grade bicycle; or groceries or coal.
Address R, G., this office. nol8-3t
LAND in Florida-40 acres of high-rolling
pine land in Citrus county, within 3
miles of stores, postoffice. senools, etc;
delightful climate; plenty of game, fish
ing, etc; an Ideal homestead: will exchango
or sell cheap; owner has no use for it and
Id paviug taxes. Address HOMESTEAD,
this office. nol8-3t
Olii U fct I1W. b h. S rrriK 5.000 i """
td l-2 Del ave ne, 6 rms
'L''K sts se, Orms
io? 'lth 6t mv- 4 r,ns
1022 s -Cap bt, 5 rms
Mount Vernon Railway.
From Wtation iii 1 St. & Pa. Ave.
In Effect November 14, 1S07.
For Alexandria (week days), R.30. 7.05,
7UJ5, ex.; 8.00, 8.35, 8.59, 9.50, 10.03,
ex.; 11.00, 11.45 a. m.; 12.05. ex.; 12:20,
1.15, 1.45, 2.05, ex.; 2.40, 3.20, 3.59.
ex.; 4.15. ex.; 4.50, 5.05, 5.20, ex.;
i;Jg- G.05, ex.: 6U10, 7.06, S.00, 9.00,
10.00, 11.20. 11.59 p. m.
Far Alexandria (Sundays), 7.45, 8.45.
9-45, 10.30, 1 1.15a m., 12.oonoon, 12.45
1-30, 2.15, 3.00,3.45, 4.30. 5.15,. G.C0,
6.15, 7-30, 8.15, 9.00, 10.0Q, 11.20 p. m.
For Mount Vernon (weekdays 0.30, S.uo,
10.05, 11.05, 11.00 a. m., 12.05, 1.15,
2.05, 3.59, 7.00 p. m.
For Mount Vernon (Sundays), 7.45, 9.45
2.00 noon, 2.15, 3.45 and G.45
3:00, 3:45, 4:30, 5:15, 0:00, 6:45,
7:30, 8:15 p. in.
Baggage checked free for passengers
lioluiug hrht-class tickets at station. Bi
cycles. 25 cents each. Parcels earned.
& Ohio By.
Tlirousli the Giandest Srenery of
America, All Trains A'estibuled,
Electric Limited, Steam Ueuted
All Meals Served in Dintnu Cm.-,.
Station Sixth nnd B streets.
Schedule in eftect November 14, 1897.
2:20 P. M. DAILY Cincinnati and St.
Lotus Special Solid train for Cincinnati,
Pullman Sleepers to Cincinnati, Lexington.
Louisville, Indianapolis, aud St. Louis
Without change. Parlor Cars, Cincinnati
to Chicago. Connects at Covington, Va.,
for Virginia not Springs.
ll:!o P. M-DAlLx F.F. V. Limited -
Solid train Tor Cincinnati. Pullman Sleep
ers to Cincinnati, Lexington, and Louis
ville without change, open for reception
or passengers at 9 p. in. Pullman Com
partment Car t0 VIrgiiilaHot Springs, -without
change, Tuesdays, Thureda vs. aud Sat
urdays. Sleepers, Cincinnati to Chicago
and St. Louis.
.10:57 A. M., EXCEPT SUNDAY Parlor
Car, Washington to Richmondnral Richmond
to Old Point. Only rail line, via Penn.,
It., F. & P., and C. & O. Railways.
2:20 P. M. DAILY For Gordonsville.
Charlottesville, Staunton, and Tor Rich
mond, dally, except Sunday.
Reservation and ticket, at Chesapeake
and Ohio ofTices, 513 aud 1421 Pennsyl
vania avenue, and at the station.
B. W. FULLER,
nolG-a.m-tt General Passenger Agent.
WANTED Cigar store in nw. or ne.
QUICK, this office. no20-3t
FOR SALE-Fruit stand; very cheap; in
B.&O. Market, cor. D and N.J. ave.nw.
WANTED Tu buy a small business, rrom
owner, for cash; grocery preferred; or
will buy fixtures. LANE, 922 E t. nw.
WANTED-To rent, a store for cigars, etc.
with two or three living roonis: would
buyoutone. Address BARGAlN.thisoffice.
Will does the Extswjge I'oreau sell Uie
ritost places or business and why does it
get so many to sell? Cbas. M. Wyudham.is
the manager and knows how to cloo a
disit- So roii'mue: will sell quirk for you.
CHAS. M. WYNDHAM, Exchange Bureau,
721 13th nw. lt
CONFECTIONERY and bakery-Ewtabilsn-
eu paying stanu; owner retiring rrom
business; splendid location. DUN La P. 906
F at. no20-3t
FoR SALE One of the best dairy lunch
room busmessesln city; Centrally located",
bargain. CREAMER CO., 615 1-ltnst.
FOR SALE Cheap; 50 business wagons,
suitable for grocers, laundry, bakers ami
all trades. All kinds or wagons, with or
without top. Finest line of wagons in the
city. Call and see them. WM. "WALTER'S
SON, 14th and D sts.nw. nol9-7t,em
FOR SALE-$800 willbuya finedrug store
if sold at once; Iciig established. COM-
MERCIAL, 51 OF nw. no!9-3t-em
FOR SALE Oyster saioon, doing a good
buMuess; reason for selling, ill-liealtli.
Apply OYSTER SALOuN, this ofrice-nol9-3t-em
FOR SALE-$700 will buy the best gro
cery in ne.; sales, $1,000 per month.
COMMERCIAL, 510 F st. nw. nol 9-3t-em
A THANKSGIVING present to all bicyclists
of an accurate map, showing the roads
aud village for 25 miles around Washing
ton City, will be given to all callers, or to
those sending stamp for postage. JAMES
E. CLEMENTS. 1321 Fst. nw. nol9-3t,em
FOR SALE Stock and fixtures; small
grocery. 617 Mass. ave.nw. nol9-3l-em
FOR SALE Dairy lunc;i and dining-room;
.rare chance for enterprising man; good
reison ior selling. Apply i4 1'a. ave.
FOR SALE-Oyster loube: 201S 14th st
nw.; cause of sale is sickness;; will sell
for $25; it Is a good business place.
Call at 20 18 14th st. no!9-3t
GROCERY store; old establkhed stand;
will take invoice: small Investment re
quired: bargain. DUNLAP, 90G F St.
DOCTOR wants a partner; either gentle
man or lady; with some capital: to en
large the business. Address DOCTOR,
this office. nol9-3t
FOR SALE Saloon and restan rant on 7th
st. nw.; doing fine business; will sell
cheap; good leason ror selling. Address
STELLO, this office. nol9-3t
IF YOU are looking for a grocery store
that win suit you, and pay well, see miue
before you buy. Address ARGO, this
office. nol 9-3t
FOR RENT Basement Tor a wide-awake
caterer; good place Tor good party, money
to be made: rent taken in meal.-.: bring
references; near Palais Royal. 723 lltn
st. mvj nol9-3t
FOR SALE $550 will buy fine corner
grocery store; stock and fixtures; cheap
at SS00, doing good business; good reasons
"or selling. Address CASH a, this office.
FOR SALE Magnificent restaurant on
7th st.; buildlug large enough Tor hotel;
equipped in everyway; bargain, at $7,000.
CREAMER & CO., 615 14th st. nolS-3t
rw ANTED -Cigar store; nw., ne., or se.;
not exceeding $175. CREAMER & CO.,
615 14th st. nol8-3t
FOR SALE Good lunch room; fine loca
tion", good rixtures and cheap rent; only
$100. COMMERCIAL, 510 F St. nw.
WANTED -Partner with $300 to put In
a good, paying business. CREAMER vt
CO., 013 14th st. nw. nolS-3t
FOR SALE $225 will buy best lunch
room In the city for the price; doing
fine business; cost $400. COMMERCIAL,
510 F st. nw. . nol 83 1
WANTED Grocery store in nw.; rrom
$300 to $500. Address C C, this office.
FOR SALE Oyster houseanddlnlng-room;
this is a snap for right party; receipts
aerage $2o per day; rent, t?15 per month;
wi'.l sell on easy terms; cause for selling,
illness. Address HASTE, this orfice.
FOR SALE Billiard and poolroom and
cigar store: 315 6th st. nw.; four gcod
tables and everything complete a bar
gain if sold this week. Apply to OWNER
on premises. nol7-3t,em
FOR SALE Drog store; proprietor In ill
health, desires to sell a drug store, in
northwest; will sell cheap to proper party.
Apply to GEORGE W. DREW, Att'y at
Law.Mertz bldg., 11th andF sts.nw.
FOIt SA LE- -rOHSES Jb CARRIAGES.
F"0R SALE Phaeton buggy, upright bed,
and mattress, 2 toilet sets, Brussels car
pet, chairs, etc; very cheap. 93G N. Y.
avo. i It, era
FOR SALE Two good young horses; one
side door milk wagon and good buggy.
&llN.Capitol 5t. ne. nol9-3t
F0itSALE At all times, horses, wagons,
aud harness; horses to suit all purposes;
Shtisfactlou guaranteed or no sale; at my
fctf l-ies, in rear of 212 4 1-2 bt. nw.
FOR SALE-HorSe and day ton wagon;
cheap. Address nORSE, this orrice.
FOR SALE 2 side-bar buggies; 2 phaetons;
3 builders wagons; l fine business
buggy; 1 coupe; 1 Tine, light brougham,
newly painted pole and shafts; i dayton",
i set double hack harness; a full hue of
new and second-hand harness; l Jump
seat surrey; 1 cutunder sairey. 211 aud
213 11th st. nw. nol6-6t
16 35 I mPvijifcjiftPi
14 30 1 M xmM jBa
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
"CO A. M. week days -PITTSBURG EX
PRESS -Parlor aud Dining Cars, Uarris-
. Dur I'ittsburg.
10-& A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED
-Pullman Sleeping, DiBlngrSmokingvanil
Observation Cars, Harrisburg to Cbftaso.
Uuelnnatl, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Cleve
land and Toledo. duWet Parlor Car to
lo 50 A. m. FASTLINE-Pullman Buffer
Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Buffet Parlor
., jar "Tlburg to Pittsburg.
3.40 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
Express -Sleeping Car Washington UtSt
Louts, aim Sleeping nnd Inning CarsHar
nsburg to St. Louis, Nasaiitfe tvia Cin
cinnati) and Chicago.
7.1u P. M. Whalr.jw EXPRESS-Pull-man
Sleeping Car to Pittsburg, Cbh ago.
aud Harrisburg to Cleveland. iMniag Car
7.10 P. M. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS
Pullman Sleeping Cars Washington to
I'ittsburg and Harrisburg to St. Loui
and Cincinnati. Dining Car.
10.40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS Full
man Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
750 a. m. ror Kane. Canandaigna, Roches
ter and Jiagara Falls, daily, except Sun-
10.50 a. m. for Elmira and Ifenovo dally,
except Sunday. For Wtliiainpert daily.
3.40 p. in.
7.10 p. m. for WHlia port, Rochester,
Erie, Buffalo and Niagara Falls dally,
except Saturday, witn Sleeping Car,
Washington to Barralo.
10.10 p. in. for Erie. Canandaigoa. Roches
ter, Burralo and Niagara Falls dally.
Pullman Sleeping Car Washington to
Rochester Saturdays only.
For ru.luueniu.i., Ae w Yorlc and tbe
4:00 p. ni., "CONGRESSIONAL L1M
II ED," ually, ail Parlor Car, wit tito
ing Car from Baltimore. Regular Rt7:OU
limiing Car i, &:oo. .oO. lo:oo (Diafeg
Car, and 11:00 llilntug tar from Wil
mington) a. m.. 12:45, 3:15. 4:20, 0:60.
lO:00 and 11:35 p. ni. Ou Sunday. 7:00
tDlning Can, 8:u0jt&:00. 11:00 mining
Car from Wilmington a. in.. 12-.15, 3:5V
420, 6:50, 10:00 and 11-35 p. in. For
Philadelphia only. Fast Express, 7:50 a
in., week-uayt. Expre, 12: 1 6 p. w. week
days. 2:01 and 5:40 p. m. daily. Bur
Boston, witnout change, 750 a. ni. week
days, aud 4:20 p. tu. daily.
For Baltimore. t:25, 7.W. 7:50. S.0O.
9:00. 10:0o. 10:50. and 11:00 a- in.
12:15, 12:45, 12:50, 2:01. 3:15 3:40
14:00 LiimteU), 4:2o, 4:3r 640. 6:15.
6:60, 7:10. 10:0o, 10:4ft. 11:13, and
11,35 p. m. On Sunday. 7,oo. js.oi'.
9.00, 9.05, 1050, 11-bO a. m.. 12.15.
1 15, 2.01. 3.13. 3,4t. (4-00 Limited!,
4.20. 5.40. 6.15, 64H, 7.10, lO.WO,
10.4O, and 1U5 p. m-
For I'ope a Creek Line, 7.50 a. m. and
4.36 p. m. ually. except Suuoay.
For Annapolis, 7.00. 9.00 a. m., 4.20
and 4.3b p. m. daily, except Sunday.
Sundays, 9.00 a. m. aud4.au p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Florida
and points on Atlantic Coa&t Line, 4. to
a. m., 3.46 p. m. daily; Richmond only.
107 a. m. week-days; Atlanta Sicial,
via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line.
410 n. in. dally. Accominodation fti:
Quantico, 7-45 a. in. daily, and 4'5 p.
For Atlantic City (via Delaware Elver
Bridge, all-rail route;, 3:15 p. m. daily,
via Market street wharf, 10:uo and 11 uO
a. m., 12 45 p. ra., week days, and 11 33
p. m. daily.
For Cape May. 11. 00 a. m. week days,
11:35 p. m. daily.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth nd G
streets, and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left for the
checking of baggage tu dealinatioH fmm
hotels- and residences.
J.R. WOOD. General Pa.ener Agent.
Scoedule in effect Nov. 14. 1807.
Leave Washington from station corner
of New Jersey avenue and C atreet.
For Chicago and Northwest. Vesuoufed
Limited trams 11.05, 11.25 a. m.. S.B6
For Cincinnati. St. Louis ami Indianapo
lis, Expre&s. 11.25 a. ux. YestibuVd Lim
ited 3.40 p. m.. express 11.55 p. m.
j.For PHWburg and Cleveland, express
duilv 11.05 a- m. and 8. 50 p. m.
For Colmubus. Toledo and Detroit. 1 1-313
Winchester and way ataUou, ta. tll.2u
a. m., t3.40 and to.30 p. m.
ru. ...... v... u.-, - ..,.1'ia, Bimdngham.
Cliattanooga. Knoxvibe. Bristol ami Roa
noke, 10.40 p. iu. Luiiij. aleepmgs cars
Fr luray. 3:40 p m. dally.
For Baltimore, week lys. 5. 6-0,
X7.05, X7-10, X7.30. xS. 8 JO. x9 oO
Mu UU u. . U..t o . -vi l. . . - i ,
xl.15, x3.00, 3.20, x-1.30, 4.35. x5 oo.
X5.10, X3.30. xO.20. 6.30, xt.i-O. b 15,
x9.20, 11.15, xll-SO p. m., ami xl- ol
night. Sumnvys, x7.05, x7 10,x7 3b. h ..o,
xb.00 a. hi., X12.10, xl.15, 1.2U-, xc.. u.
3.20, 4.35. X5.05. X5.10. U.30. ,iU,
x9.20. 11.15. xll.50 p. iik. xlJ.-ii iiiiin
For Annapolis, 7.10 and S.30 a. m., i.oO
and 5.30 p. m. Sundaym to-30 a. m., 4.-'-3
For Frederick, week days. S. 11.0o.ll.2o
a. in-, 3.40, 4-d0, ouW, p. to. Sundays,
9 a. in-, 1:15 p. m.
or liagerstown, tli.Ooa. m. and toJO
For Boyd and way points, week days,
S.0O a. m., 4-10, 5.3Q, 7.05 p. m. Sun
days, 9.00 a. m.. 1.18, 7.05 p. in.
tor Gaithersburg and way putats, week
days, 8, 9, a. m-. 12.50. 3-15, 4.33
o.da. 7.05. 11.43. p. tu. SUHilays. 9 a.
ni., 1.15, 4.33, 7.05, 10.15 p. in.
For ashmguin J unctkm and way pomts.
S a. m., 4.30. 5-50 p. ro-weefc days, i
a. m., 1.15 p. m. Sumiays.
ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW YORE
All trains illuminated with Ptntaeh nght.
For Pnlladeluula, New ork. totoa ami
the East, week days, 7.0o. S. lO. ui
12.05 (1.15 all Dining Carsi.3, to.Oo Din
mg car. i i-.t'l uiiu: aieepitig car iie
at 10 o'clock). Sundays. 7-6. 9 iu m.
(1.15 Dining Can, 3. (5.03 Dlnins Carl
l.ol luuk, oleeping Car open to"c(oefc.
Additional trains ror Pnitadelpbia. weeK
days, dally, 8 p. m.
I'arlor Cars ou all day trains.
For Atlantic City, 10 a. ni.. 12.0o noon.
and 1.13 and 3 p. m. week days; 9 a- m.
For Cape May, 12.0 o noon.
tExceot Sunday. xExpress trains.
fcag"age called Tor and checked from ho
tels and residences by Union Transfer Co.
on orders left at ucket ottlcea. 610 Pm
sylvania avenue northwest. New lwfc
avenue and Fifteenth street awtat depot.
Gen. Manager. Mgr. Pass. Taflte
ranger SjaUuB. Joe0l fjr DanvlHCt
Charlotte" and way stations, eoees ; at
Manassas for Strasburg. Harrifconbnr? nd
Staunton, daily, except Sonday, and at
Lyiichburs witn the Norfolk aua Weatern.
aallv, and with the Chesapeake and OMo,
doili", for the Natural Bridge and Lexlng-
t0i i 15 a.m.-Dallv,theUNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman Bufret
sleepers, New York and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting a k1'"-!"
Pullman Sleeper for Ashevilla ami H
Snnngs. N. C; Knoxvitle. and Cba
taiiuoga, Tcnn.; aud at Charlotte with Pufr
man Sleeper for Augusta. Pullman Buffet
Sleener, New York t New Orleans, remtect,-lii-
at Atlanta for Birmingham and Mero
nhis. Solid train, "Washington t4. New
Orleans without change. Suwset perMJtially
Conducted tourist excursion tlirwoslixwper
on this train every Wednesday tu Son
Francisco, without change.
401 p.m. LocalforFrtnt Royal.Stras
burg and Harrisonburg, daily, excel Sun-
4.iy p. m. Daily, local for Cbarlottes-
V1ilB 43 n. m.-Daily, WASHINGTON AND
rTmVTCTP.l!V J VKSTIHULED. LIM-
vi j. i,.,.!-.-"--, jj ,r.- r ....... -.
Tcnn.. "via Asteville.Knoxville, and Chat
tanooga; New York to Taiuta.-via Cl'ar
lotte. Columbia. Savannah, and Jnekvou
vlbe: New York to Mcntplrts.via Bttn mg
ham. New York to New Orleans, "via At
lanta and Montgomery. Veniibuled. day
coach Washington to Atlanta. Southern
rallwav dining car. Greensboro to Mout-
STllArNS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington 9:01 a. ra.
dally and 4.43 p. m. dany except Sunday,
and 6.25 p. m. Sunday onlv for Round HIU:
4 32 p. m. dally, except Suadsy, far Lees
burg, and 6:2o p. ra. daily for Herndon.
Returning, nrrive at Washington St2R a.
rr. and 3 00 p. in. dally, from Round Hill,
and 7 06 a. m. dall, except Sunday, from
II rndun. and R 34 a. m. dally, except Suu
d.ty. rrom Leesburg.
Through trains rrom the South arrive at
Washington 6.42 a. ro.. 2 20 p. m. and
9 25 j). ni. daily. Harrisonburg. 12:40 p.
m and 9 25 p. m. dallv, except Sunday,
aim 8 30 a. m. dally from Charlottesville.
Tickets, cleeplng car reservation, and In
formation furnished at offices, 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenue, and at reanr
sylvanla Railroad Passenger Station.
w. ii. uitiitSN.ueii. anpi.