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- 3IONEY WANTED A? TO r.OA.V.
MONEY TO 1.0 AN Fi.im So to $50 to re
liable parties al legal rate oT Interest;
monev advanced on bicycles. ROOM S.
Central building, Btfc and Ta. ave.
A NEW FLAN.
510 TO Sl.uOO Tf. LOAN ,
OS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. FrANOS.
HOUSES. CARRIAGES, ETC.
Without removal frotn posseseionof owner.
You can have the money the day you
apply for it. Payments, oil the principal,
of any amount, will be received at anytime,
which w ill lessen cot. t of loan.
MOST DESIRABLE TERMS.
No cost to you if loan is nut made.
Please call for lurthcr information.
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.
aull-tf-em 6o2 F st. nw
LOANS made on approved collateral, Mich
as life iNiIirirts. stocks. bunds, building
association shares, syndicate certificates,
etc. No delay YERKES . BAKER- 11 10
F st. Take elevator.
MONEY TO LOAN at 5 and C per cent,
security, real estate in Dibtnet of Colum
bia, no delay beyond an inspection or prop
erty and examination of tltie. "WALTER
E. ACKER, 704 l.tll st. UW. m2S-tf
MONEY TO LOAN-$1,000 upwai.l, at 5
and 5 1-2 per cent on D. C. real estate:
S250, $500, etc., at 6 per cent; all
transactions conducted with economical
consideration for borrowers.
WILLIAM U. LAUNDERS & CO .
apiO-tf 1407 F St.. nw.
LOANS MADE ON FUHNITUHE,
Loans rnadcon Furniture, Pianos. Borises,
Waixcns, eu-., at lowest rates aud quickest
possible time. Strictly confidential. Please
call before securing loans elsewhere.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO
tilO F t.t. nw.
WANTED -"-Cooks, dish washers and wait
ers, jKjrtwr, onvers, clerks, iiiburer.-,
boy: itfure- furnished till suited. ClTi
INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. 427 lltli st.
'WANTED A barber; steady employment.
OUT nu ft. sw. It
WANTED -A youth Tor crfice work; must
operate typewriter: salary small U start
with. Address, in own handwriting, P.
O. Box 53. It
WANTED fctftoper. at the NATIONAL
CIGAR FACTORY, 1011 P. ave. nw.
WANTED At once, two men waiter.,
colored: two lKjeworkens. VIRulNIA
EXCHANGE. 728 18th St. nw. lt
WANTED -Grocery clerk, a light toy anil
woman Cook: early. 300 O st.nw. lt
WANTED oung man window dresser
ami halesman- NEW STORE, 1132 7th
fit- n . Max Kolmer. 1 1
tr A V'TUI i U,-w . ---. -: ml mn
read-. Apply to GEO. P. K1LLIAN CO., '
1241 7th t.iiw. no24-3t j
WANTED--3 latWs and 3 reticis en la
dies coats. E. HORGAN, SOG K st. nw.
WANTED First-class, experienced meat
cuHer and market store manager, refer
ence reauiced Addrens A. B. C, thisoffice.
WANTER-Men t learn lmrlier trade;
new ystn; only eight weeks lefi-ireii;
pu tloirn rurtiiKQett when tlinngh; tools
iubatfld; write for fref catalt.uue. MO
LBK'S BAKBERSCHoOL.Newyork City.
WANTED Two euergetic, hustling, young
men. of matHppearance.io cmiiivbds,, from
iKw until Clul-lruas. the besl thing on the
nuirt;et. Applv, 2d floor, 504 11th st. nw.
WANTED 91 women and 8 girls will
lie furnished places with Jot of turkey
sod cranberry "ea&s". at SHACKLE
FORD'S, aji ttaffe week. 427 11th st. nw
WAMTED-A btJWig girl to dc general
inrtusework, witit ref. lol7 14th t. nw.
WANTED Hotel cbmbenuai6V; white;
at0Me. DICK'S, 0 13 7 Mt fct. It
TjrAKKGiVIN-2 widows 3 glrle: exm1
moM-t- free of charge. MRS. MOORE,
3Q(i U U nw. It
WAKTED i experienced, attracUve sales
women; im jnri-. as aeuionstralore: SI
1M.T JS'; with reference from uut sKire.
JACK'S AGENCY, 613 7th bt. It
WAKTEi A reliable woman for general
housework, must stay Wgw; rnfs. 1405
Howard ave. It.em
WANTED 2 young Indies to work in candy
factory: hj! wicn ome experience pre-
rerred; alHi 2 experienced cnocolaie dtp-
IMMCfe. Apply 410 tteat- nw. 1 t?m
WASTED A yonng colored woman as
wai(re. Applv at the Virginia Houm.-.
036 N nt. nw. Item
WAKTED A nice white woman for gen
eral fcoobcwork in a town near city; a
goo! tintue u right person. Call or d
draas. with unns. 432 N. J. ave. nw.
WANTED Two flrst-cluss lady c;uivasers:
yftod iKihug article; liberal commission
aad pernianent position to right patties;
l&ttcv muKt be neat, ottractne ami good
talkers. Address PAUL'S, this of floe.
WANTED Will give good home with small
wage. u respectable white girl to do
clMmuerworK a ud hel p with chikiren . Ad-
dre8CARKIER7,City Postoffice. no2 l-3t
WANTED Middle-aged, white woman,
German preferred. fur hIIwotk in family
of 2; permanent, with gucd tome, if sat
isfactory. Address, with terms, H. D
ihib office; no2a-3t-em
WANTD-An Irish girl to do general
o owe work and asaiot Mitii children.
1333 Hih st. nw. uo2;i-3t
WANTED White girl Tor general iioue-
worfc: no cooking; stuall wages. 481
juri ave. nw. no23-3t
WANTED Ladies to take orders for plio-
tograpbs, salary paid. Apply 013 3d
Bt. ne. no23-3t
WANTED Good tailore&s who understands
making good bauoaholes. I. JAKOBY,
1410 1 st. nw. no22-3t-em
WANTED Will give yoouglady. employed
during the day, room and lioard at half
price in return Tor alightaeniuos. Address
J. T. AM tWs of rice. no22-3t,em
llIILi' WANTWl-MALE AND
W ANTED -Capable man aud wife; no chil
Uren. White or colored, to take cliargeoC
in-iuLiful noiue, steam heated, and rent in
flat, rooms or otherwise; fi.r. or iinfur.;
W-B reference required. Apply D. H.
KENT, Owner, 514 5th st. nw.
WANTED -Reliable men and women to
solicit stock for building association; will
pay liberal commissions; must bring reTer-eiKxs-
apiriy between lO and 12 o'clock
ALL1CN W. MALLERY & CO., G24 F
st. uw. no25-3t
WANTED Help of all kind, male and fe
male. Call at No. 5 15th st. nw., ex
WANTED Young ladies and gentlemen
to organise a iienslent theatrical troupe.
cite descrintln and salary expected.
Ak!reK TROUPE, lilts office. no21-3t
SITU A J JONS WANTED JIALE
SOUTIIERN AGENCY selects YlVhelp free
H cHarite. Send tKWtal. 300 G st. nw.
WANTED Place by white man and wire
good cook; man generally useful; good
driver; ell) or country; both will take $8
iitKl lioard. Address L., this orfice.
FREE help furnished to rallies desiring
MUiw. CATITAL CITY EMPLOYMENT
AGENC. M14 E su nw. nolO-lmo
HELP of all kind furnished free; make
your own selections at our office, or send
postal. Telephoue 1296. EXCHANGE
BUREAU. 721 13th nw. uo2-lmo
SERVANTS, clerks, typewriters or any
one wishing a situation will be dealt
houtgUy iy. CAPITAL CITY EMPLOY
MENT AGENCY, 501 E st.nw.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
WANTED By a young ma n, ila-o as good
owufc: can give the best cf n-r. Call at
once, 04 Defrees st. nw. no25-3t
WANTED Situation by young man with
- five years store experience: best refer
ences. Address A- A. A., Ihlc otfice
no233t WAKTED By young man situation as
clerk in store, driver or run elevator.
aged 0. Address F. N. J., this office.
WANTED -Place as butler or coachman
in private family; good rcf. Call or ad-
drcss 219 K st.mv. no23-3t
WANTED A place as elevator conductor,
Janitor, or houseman. Address ELEVA
TOR, this office. no23-3t
WANTED Situation of anv kind lv col
ored youth. Address JAS. FORREST,
Anucostia, D. C. no22-3t,cm
srrtr.A -no-4 :cnro fei aee.
WANTED -By Airs, Dunning. 635 G Bl.nw.,
silunlion lor good voumr Gcrmnn uirl,
Protestant, to no chamberwork and look '
after children, -wants SO; first-class col- ;
ored cook, -.villi excellent relerences, two ,
years' srvic-. wants $10; young white girl. !
aged twoiity, who is excellent seamaties.i. ,
has worked at dress.tiakmg, wunth chum- j
burwork and sewing, -will go for 10. It
WANTED By refined young lady in or- i
Hce, a position December l; good pen- .
man, bookkeeper, and cabhier. Aduress
HS F, tnls office. It
WANTED- By colored -woman, situation as
first-class cook, in private family, or will
take washing at home. 3-10 Elm st. nw.
W. NTED Cook and general houseworker;
also girl chambermaid or nurs-.O. K.city
references. 1702 1-21 Oth st.no25-3t
WANTED -By a respectable colored girl,
place at general homework or chiintiier-
m-lu: hertclty refe. Apply 407 N fat. nW.
WANTS!) By a colored woman, place
to cook, wash andiron. 1525 12th st.nw.
WANTED -By country girl, place In private
family as cook or general housework. 107
Mass ave. nw. no24-3t
WANTED -Byrespectablecolored girl, place
as cook; wash and Iron; private family;
refs.; stay nights. 810 Mst.nff. no24-c
WANTED Place as chambermaid or gen
eral iwiu-soworker. 10 Mass. ae. nw.
WANTED By fnshionable dressmaker,
sewing to do in lunnly. Address 1310
J l-2st. sw. no23-3t
WANTED By respectable colored girl.
place as chumbcrmaid or assist general
liouwnrk ci-y reis. 11)03 12th ot. nw.
WANTED -Washing to take home or out
by the day. Call or address 1822 M st.
nw j no22-3t-em
WANTED -By respectable white girl, place
as chambermaid or light housework; no
washing and ironing and will assist with
cuilureu. l..l "to tl. nw. no2-lt
WANTED By middle-aged lady of twenty
years experience in Institution work, n.
place as superintendent, matron, or man
aging housekeeper; conscientious and in-diiMnou-,;
terms moderate. L. A.L., this
WANTED Young German girl will woik
in Mtiail family, will do washing and iron
ing. Address E. M.. tins office. no22-3t-;m
W.Y NT ED i j lNCKLLA .VJCOUS.
WANTED -Back'buildlng -with excellent
light, Avith desk room and signs in ircnt;
gfouiHl floor; In business section; at once.
P. T G., tins oif ice. it
WANTED -Second-hand davton wagon in
good condition; real cheap; ttate price.
Address DAVTON, this oftice. no25-3t
WANTED To buy a few hundred greeu
trading sunups; will pay 10c per hun
dred, in or out ot book; send postal. Ad
dress F. P. H this orfitt;. It
WANTED A iniclirometer caiiferin good
condition: state pneeand make. Address
383, this office. lt,em
WANTED Thirty wagons and carts. Ap-
iiy aw ui luuiury, eor. js. capitol and
R t. e., WASHINGTON BLOCK AND
TILE CO. H024-3C
WANTED -To buy mill: route or butter
nwte; ktate price. Arttjress J. M., tills
WANTED -Piano Tor storage, or will pav
small rent; by rirst-clas musicianl
Andreas C. M., this orfice. iio22-3t.pm
WANTED To. 'HiyaKecond-I'andJ.'asprklille
inznii. imuol uu in uoou oruer. o.
MS .)1 fj
OLD BOOKS -I nay cash ror all kinds ot
old miscellaneous books; will call, ex
amine auu make orfer at residence. Drop
postal R WASHlSliTOX HOOK SHOP,
under Second National Bank, JAMES
0'NEIL, Proi).. 500 7th st. nw. oc28-lm
Reward for the re
turn of Pusr Do-
named "Deacon." Stra3'ed
November 16th. No ques
tions asked. Return to
1103 Pa, Ave.,
Next to "Star.'
LOST-Iii vicinity or 14th and S sts.nw.,
fltiKll Italian greyhound: color, dark tan;
weight. 16 pounds: name, "Daisy." Finder
return to 1400 S st. nw., and receive re
LOST -.Sunday, November 14 .a jold chain
..-,, 'nur 'oukcc. newaru ii reuirne.l o
-b it . sw. no25-3li
LoST One large bay lwscand top buggv;
strayed orr or was stolen from lrofit
of 9uij B st. n w. Any information of fame
wlii le rewanied. SWEENEY" & BRO.
LOST Monday evening, black chiffon lion".
cout&ining ostrich tips, return to 307
C Kt. nw. and ieceie leward. no23-3t,em
LOST -Bet. 12th and C ns. se. and to
Pa. ave. to N. J. ave. se., chaiuplate
lireartiiin. Reward ir returned to M. C.
COLBERT, ,1202 Walter st. - no23-3t
LOST -On Thursday evening. ISth instant,
at or between Calvary Jiiptist Church,
8th el. and I st. cars, round, Jace-l rimmed
handkerchief: name in center. Rew ard if
leturued to 21 IS G st. no22-3t-em
WANTED -A young married (ouple wish
nice rurntshed room and board in the
northwest; 7th to 14th, F to K sts.;
must be reasonable; no notice given to
answers unless prices are given. Address
R.E.,this office. it
WANTED-By a young couple, two unfur
nished rooms, with piivate family, in nw.
Address il. h... this office. no2u-3t
D - 2 unfurnished, tommuuicnting
by genteel married couple for
lsekeeping; 1 front; with heat and
llcht. or without. in iirivHti;i.-imiivni-rri-jui
state lowest price. Address NORTH WES'A
WANTED -3 unfur. rooms; communicating
or otherwise; near Belt line preferred;
slate terms, which must be reasonable.
Address PROMPT J., thisoffice. l t-em
WANTED -Unfurnished room; will do
work of any kind for whole or part rent.
Address a i-avimt, thisoffice. 11023-0111
ROOMS WANTED AND FOR RENT-Fur-
uished, uiilurnislied, and for light hour.e
keuplug: all prices; ull locations. Gat
our list. No Charge for information. EX
CHANGE BUREAU, 721 13tti nw.
AGENTS WANTED-For Dr. Drummond'B
Lightniug Remedies for Rheumatism; $50
for an incurable case; restores stiff JointB,
drawn cords and hardened musules. If your
dealer has not got these remedies, we will
send the full month's treatment of two
large bottles on receipt of S5. DRUM
MOND MEDICINE CO.. 84 Nassau st
.sew York. se2G-su,tu,t'i-39t
WANTED A house of 0 or 7 rooms; bet.
G aud 0. aud 2d and 13th sts.; rent
not to exceed over $20 per month; K suited,
iwrmaucnt tenant. Address TENANT,
this office. no23-3t
WANTED -To exchange two of the liest
lot. In Tuxedo for an upright piano; must
bea good one. 509 L st. nw. no24-3t
FOR SA r.E-:jSDn2JtROJJT Y
SPECIAL SALE this week of building
lots at Ballstou, on the electric car line,
alwut two miles west of Washington, be
tween Use city aud Falls Church. Size or
lots, 25 by Trom 100 to 151 feet deep,
running back to a 12-foot alley, and front
ing on streets 50 feet wide. Price SlOO
per lot. Terms, $5 down, balance ?l
per week; no taxes or interest until lot
is paid for; a perfect title giveii. The
electric road runs through Ballstou every
half hour to and from Washington; fare
5 cts each way. There are two churches,
three stores, U. S. postofflce, a large
graded school, aud the car houses, station
aud repair shops of the railroad company at
Ballstou, and only 8 minutes' ride to the
city on electric car. Call at my office
lor map aud plats. J. E CLEMENTS,
1321 F st. nw. iio24-3t,era
FOR SALE A pretty little home; six
cozy rooms; one acre fine ground; very
healthy location; best roads; excellent
neighborhood; near schools and churches;
Livingston road, 2 miles from Anacostla;
a bargain; $1,100. AddrcbS the OWNER.
1322 12th St. ne. no23-3t
FOR RENT STABLES.
FOR RENT A large 2-story brick stable;
room for 8 horses, and carriage house;
alley bet. H and I and 3d and 4 1-2 sts.
aw. B. LEONARD, 530 4 1-2 St. sw.
THE TIMER. TVASHINC :T, THURSDAY,
FOB RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT -Fur. rooms; heat, gas and
bath; very reasonable; board if desired.
Mrs. SALKELD, 821 4th st. ne. no25-3t
FOR RENT -3 communicating rooms, 2d
iloor front; heat, gas and bath; Sin. 7ti0
Gth nw. no25-3t
FOR RENT Nicely fur. rooms; Hist and
second floor; near Capitol and Library;
with or Avithout board. Inquire auo .jd
Sl. se. H025-31
FOR RENT 809 12th st. nw.; large front
room on first floor; also liasemenr: lo
cation central. no25-0t
FOR RENT -1014 10th St. nw., pleasant
fur. rooms, with board; also table board.
FOR RENT Room on the 1st floor and
front, room on 3d floor; cliean. 1017
14th st. it w. no24-3t,eui
FOR RENT -1204 Mass. ave. nw., front
room; private familv; rine location: very
FOR RENT -Fur. rooms, with or witl.out
board. 434 I st. nw. no25-3t
FOR RENT -Second floor, nicely furnished.
for light housekeeping; heat, gas; private
family; SI 5; to adults. 012 Va.ave. sw.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms;
with board; suitable for four young men
or two couples; terms very reasonable.
No. 951 Mass. ave. no24-3t
WANTED -Two nicely furnished com
municating rooms with Iioard, for lady
and two gentlemen; centrally located;
northwest preferred; conveniences neces
sary. Address C, this office, no24-3t
FOR RENT -Most desirable rooms, In nil
parts of city; come and get our list.
CREAMER & CO., 615 14th St. nw.
FOR RENT -To two persons, eithersex, nice
front room and excellent lioard; tnoder-
ateterms; 1010 8lh st. nw. no24-7t
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING- Entire floor:
two lovely furnished rooms; bath on same
floor. 415 G St. nw. no24-3t
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, on 2d
floor; light housekeeping; heat; gas Tor
cooking; all mod. imp. 231 1st st. nw.
FOR RENT -1131 11th si. nw.; pleasant
home, back parlor. 8; another nice room,
SH; neatly ruruislied; first-class situation.
FOR RENT Second-floor front room. SIP.
also 4tii-story rrout, $0. 423 4th st.
nw. 1102 4 -3 1
FOR RENT S05 K bt. nw.; large, well-
furnishcd2d-story front room, south front;
with board; reduced rates. no24-3t
FOR RENT Three or four rooms; m. i.;
for housekeeping; furnished or unfur
nished; call any day nft.T 0; Frl. and Sat.
from 10 to 4 also. 21 M st.nw. no 24-3 1
FOR RENT Fur. parlors on 1st flour; also
2 nlcelv fur. rooms on 2d floor. 1201
11th st.'nw. no23-3t,em
FOR RENT 3 loomsoii 3d floor, with use
of bath, and 4 looms on 2d rioor, with
private bath, unfur., for light housekeep
ing; ready Deo. 1; being newly painted and
papered; cor. Iiousj; plenty of light.
OWNER, 337 H st. ne. no23-3t.em
FOR RENT-G13 N. J. avp. nw. 2 com
municating rooms; 2d floor; fur. for
housekeeping; stove and utensils; also
rur. ballroom, S3 per month. no23-3t
FOR RENT Two nice rooms on 1st floor;
suitable Tor light housekeeping, at
1323JJth st iiW; uo23-3t,em
FOR RENT-2 nicely fur. rooms; bath,
light, etc.; centrally located: southeast
ern exposure; to gentlemen only. 1001 N.
Y. ave. nw. no23-3t
FOR RENT- Fur. or unfur. rooms; reason
able. 1507 10th nw. no23-3t
FOR RENT -3 beautiful fur- rooms; suit
able for gentleman and wife or single
gentlemen; every convenience. 1110 5th
st. nw. iio23-7 1
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; gentlemen
only; 310 13th st. nw. no23-7t
FOR RENT 3 fur. or unrur. rooms; 2d
floor; wilii private familv. 142 C st. ne.
FOR RENT Fur., south front, large hall
room; newly fur.; elegant new house:
to gentleman; refs. ex.; S5. OWNER,
221 E st.nw. no23-3t
FOR RENT 2153 L st. nw.; furnished
room: with good board; for gentleman
only;?l8 perinonth. no23-3t
FOR RENT Front parlor, unfur.: third
story front, fur., with board: cheap. 10
4 tli st. ne. no22-3t,em
FOR RENT --One large front room on 20
floor; two communicating rooms on 3d
floor; heat, bath and gas. No. 300 F st.
FOR RENT In modern house, second-story
room, with rirct-class board; terms, $46
monthly for two adults; refeiences ex
changed. 1G29R st. no21-Gt
FOR RENT-Fur. room to one or two single
persons. 439 0 12 st. sw,no22-3t-em
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front and
back rooms, compietelviuniishedioriigni
hoiiN'kiu!!ig. 317 Pa. ave. nw., 2d floor.
FOR RENT To gentlemen, nicely fur.
l.'trge second story front room: bay
window: southern exposure: also room on
pallor rioon well fur.; latrobe stove in
room; very suitable for gentleman. 1453
Q st. nw. uo20-tf
FOR RENT A nicely-furnished room, suit
able for two gentlemen, with good table
board, $4 a week apiece; a nice front room,
S2 a week; near E. Cap. st. cars, Library
and Capitol. 12 oui .. ne. no 1 i-.i
for KEyr -u.svrit.visnKn rooms
FOR RENT Unfurnished; 1322 13th st
nw.; ad story, two adjoining front rooms;
).,, -.. -'.(sets: Uav winnow, neat, go, tain.
I-'uK RENT -3unfur.commuhI eating rooms;
light housekeeping; a. in. l. S5K st.nw.
FOR RENT A suite of 4 rot ms: heat and
gas; best location in city. Call 021 Mass.
ave. ne. no25-3t
FOR RENT Three unfur. rooms ou second
floor; heat and light; price $15. 1321
12th st . u w. no25-.lt
FOR RENT 2 unfur. rooms to single gen
tlemen, or gentleman and wife: between
1st and 4th of Dec: house bet. 1st and 2d
sts. nw., near B. & O. depot; all mod. Imps,
AddressE.C.G., this ofrice. lt,cm
FOR RENT "Unrurnished; cheerful double
parlor; large closets; also two sunny
rooms, 2d floor; bath; well heated: fine
location. 1228 13th st. nw. lt.em
FOR RENT -3 unfurnished rooms; heat,
gas aud bath; 2d floor; $13 per month.
219 Ninth bt. sw. no24-3t-em
FOR RENT Unfur. basement for caterer;
lent taken In meals; near Palais Roval.
723 11 th st. nw. no24-3t-em
FOR RENT 214 A bt. se.; 3 rooms, un
furnished, 2d floor; hair-square east ot
FOR RENT Three unrur. rooms; 2d floor;
bath same floor. 1006 E fit. sw.
FOR RENT 3 unfur. rooms with use of
parlor; bedroom, dlnlng-ioomand kitchen;
use of bathroom. 410 N. J. av se.
FOR RENT Three unrur. rooms, for
light housekeeping; with heat and gas;
bath on same floor; beautiful location.
20S N. Y. ave. no22-3t,ein
FOR KENT FLATS.
FOR RENT LOVELY HOMES 2224 "n,
and stable; 1113 11th, and 913 G nw.,
15 rooms and three baths each; all steam
heated; entire or in flats: rur. or unrur.
rooms: single or en suite; also in nortneast:
a few lett of my flye and six-room flats,
with bath; steam heated; perfect beauties,:
price low. Apply quickly, D. II. KENT,
Owner, 514 5th st. nw. no25,27 ,28-
FOR RENT Sanitary Flats for white
tenants only; Bates st., between P and
Q, N. Capitol and lfat sts. nw.; 3-4 rooms;
baths; cellar; separate entrance and yards;
modem Improvements; price. $10 to $12.50;
erected by WASHINGTON SANITARY
IMPROVEMENT CO., orrice 1819 Q st.
nw. 8-9 a.m. ,12-1:30,4-7 p.m. no24-3tem
FOR RENT Flat of 3 unfur. roon.s; in
perfect condition; on 2d floor: with or
without board. 719 3d st.nw. no23-3t
FOR RENT-Flat 1425 R st. nw.; 3 unfur.
rooms; light and heat; 1 fur. room on 1st
FO 1 1 .RENT HS CETXjANEOU S.
FOR RENT A first-class, upright piano,
to private parties; $4 monthly, 1408
10th St., near O St. no24-3t-cm
RENT Cigar stand.
FOR SALE BICYCLES .
FOR SALE The greatest bargains in b
cycles and sundries ever offered in Wash
ington; 175 high-grade unrodeemed new
ond second-hand bicycles at one-fourth
value; Just received from storage houses in
New York and Philadelphia: buy now and
save money; sundries at, a sacrifice; bicycles
bought outright and taken in storage.
NEW YORK CYCLE HOUSE, 434 9th st.
FOR SALE Very cheap; good '97 wheel,
w ith all equipments. Address H K,
this office. no25-3t
FOR SALE Grocery at a bargain, 4 1-2
st. sw., doing gam business; good reason
for spiling. CREAMER & CO., &15 14th St.
FOR SALE-Stores, groceries, cigar, pool
rooms, lunchrooms, saloons in test loca
tions in city. Call and see u, purcnasers,
r'nr',rSiJ-olJ J,u'-1 business. CREAMER &
CO., 01 o 14tll St. no25-3t
WT.i:d -PaEi!?.rV .Yi10 rfi'sires to invest
$500; snap. CREAMER Je CO., 015 14th
w . Ilo25-:it
FC,' SALE-A paying milk route. For
particulars address T. M., this orfice.
FOR SALE-A small licensed hoteTln
, Maryland; lease, license, etc.; cheap.
ALBERT, this office. ifn J-3t-cm
FOR SALE Stock -and fixtures; sinull
grocery. 0 17 Mass. ave. nwjio24-3t-ein
F?T$ .SAL,,ETDru!? htore: ?00(1 corner; es-
tulllihlli(l IR VOtll!' nrinn ..!.. iron.
commercial, 510 FtVt. nw. no4-3t-eui
s'9,FIi:s wId 9.lck for cash by the OLD
RELIABLE COMMERCIAL, Hunter
Bro., proprietors, 510 1'mv. no24-3t-em i
FOR SALE Wholesale and retail gro
cery business on 7tn st.iw.; old estab-
wBiit-11 .ii.inu win sen at inventory. COM
MERCI AL . 510 F st.liw. uo24-3t-en
OR SALE Fine 'grocery store: doing
good business; reiit'chcsp; must sell to
settle, estate; price, $800
010 r st.nw.
hOU SALE Coal yartkgoOd location; low
rent and long lease; In good running order.
Address COAL, this ollice. iicL4-Gt,em
GO TO DUN LAP, to
business ouick. Bui
buv or Fell out a
uslncsrf Agency. 000
CIGAR STORE, neat3 busy Corner; so ar
ranged the rent only $7; sua p. DUNLAP,
90G F st. , iin'M-.'it
GROCERY STORE, Ibcatdl in a thickly
settled neighborhood: established. laving
stand: price S300. DUNLAP, 000 F st.
LUNCIIROOM-Central. attractive loca
tkur. exceptional Uargaln; Tor small in
vestment; price S200. DUNLAP, HOG F
FOR SALE-OId established saloon, on
7chS'.nw-;doingbig buimaes:good reason
for selling; bargain. CREAMER & CO.,
015 11th sf. nw. uo21-3t
FIXTURES, suitable for grocery business,
complete and attractive, offered at ex
ceptional bargain. DUNLAP, 906 F st.
FOR RENT Seven sets or furniture com
plete, embracing bedroom suites, dining
room and kitchen. Address FURM't L UK,
tliii orfice. no24-3t
CONFECTIONERY and l;akory-E-tab!ish-
lishcd jiaying stand; owner retiring Horn
business; splendid location. DUNLAi', OoG
F st; . no24-3t
FOR S A LE -Come and get this dairy lunch
busiiies; best location in city; doing big
business; good reasons for Selling; bargain.
CREAMER in CO., G15 14th St-HW.
FOR SA LE -Old established grocery, meat
and provision store; rtw.;prominentcornor;
o arranged rent oniy Si.ou; l
CREAMER & CO.
015 14th st. nw.
FOR SALE -One or the best little meat
mnrkets in Washington; on a corner and
cheap rent. Apply to No. 1051 11th st.nw.
1-uu tiAUt-s210 busa weilttoLkedcasii
grocery, cor. lib and L. be. re ' rent for
lkjiise, store and 5 rooms, $12; stock wcrrh
double amount. no23-3t
FOR SALE-Poultry farm, near Ch'vv
Chase: modem house; well equipped: 400
fowls; terms reasonable; bargain. DUN
LAP, 906 F st. no23-3t
FOR SALE Stock aud fixtures; grocery,
sell cheap. Coll at 228 D st. sw.
FOR SALE Corner grocery, meat, and
provision store; good location; good meat
stand, all cash trude: will sell cheap;
owner has othe' business. Apply 1949
i2fh st. nw. no23-3t
FOR SALE Grocery store; price, SS00:
fine business street: rent SIS; excep
tional chance. COMMERCIAL, 510 F nw.
lull SALE -We have Some ot the finest
business chances we have ever had to or
fer; lunch rooms, grocery stores and drug
stores. COMMERCIAL, 510 F nw.
FOR SALE -Good butter route; horse and
wagon; 100 customers; price, $250.
COMMERCIAL, 510 F nw. uo22-3t-em
FOR SALE One ot the best small giocery,
meat and provision sto.re in southwest,
will sell at inventory or tu a whole. Ail-
dies PROVISION, this office.
FOR SALE A good-paying itiutter route
ol over 100 customers, with horse anil
wagon and everything complete; for cash
only, owner must leave -city. Address
S. T., this office. no22-3t-em
FOR SALE Cheap; 50 business wagons,
suitable for crocers. Inundrv. bakers and
all tnules. All kmds of wagons, with or
without top. Finest line or wagons In the
city. Cnllandseetheni. WM. "WALTER'S
SON. 14th and D sts. nw. nol9-7t,ein
FOR SALE Drug store; proprietor in HI
health, desires to sell a drug store, in
northwest; will sell cheap to proper party.
Apply to GEORGE W. DREW, Att'y at
Law.Mcrtz bldg., 11th and F sts. nw.
FOR SALE JilSqELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE-SIS heating Stove ror$9:Jue
$10. $5; one $40 No. 10 shotgun Tor $18.
948 New York ave. no25-3t
FOR SALE First-class electric horse clip
ping plant. Address C. D., this orfice.
I-OR BALE Ncwsldeboard,$10:oak ward
robe, j10; desk, folding bed, $7; cham
ber suite, $9; FOwIer springs, $1; china
closet, $9. book shelf, $1; dining table, $5:
hair mattress, $5; dining chairs, 50c; one
extra large black walnut chamber suite,
$20. brass -trimmed iron led, $4; leather
rocker, $2.50; willow rocker, $2; chif
fonier, $7. wfalnot, $9; pier mirror, 515.
1721 Pa ave. aw., down stairs. no24-3t
FOR SALE New long storm overcoat;
cot, $20. will sell lor $; bust 41. No.
821 7th st. no. it-em
WANTED To buy grocery fixtures; from
owner only; for cash. LANE, 922 E
st. nw. uo2'!-3t
FOR SALE Giocery- clean, salable slock.
will sell outright or half Interest. 0P-
PORTUNITY, this office. no24-3t
FOR SALE-A lot of Christmas tree orna
ments at half price; sheet music, 90c
per 1 00 sheets to close; gold, silver, fancy,
tissue and brick pappr; tin shingles for doll
house, 10c per 100; Christinas cards, 00c
per 100; wonders ror children. J. JAY
GOULD, 421 9th St. no 24-6 1
FOR SALE A lot of inside shutter doors
and sash. Inquire of W. T, OGLE,
Meridian Hill, between 16th and 17th nw.
FIXTURES, suitable for grocery business,
complete and attractive, offered at ex
ceptional bargain. DUNLAP, 906 F
FOR SALE Home-made biead aud pies:
and also fruits put up In jars. 018 M
st. nw. no23-3t
FOR SALE 1 stove, 1 Enterprise meat
chopper; two dozen Candy jars; and other
crocket y. 018 M st.nw. no23-3t
FOR SALE-New Cutler roll-top desk and
orrice chair: cheap. Call, berore Friday
noon, 106 4th st.se. no23-3t
FOR SALE Three show cases, with table.
CLAFL1N OPTICAL CO., 907 F St.
FOR SALE -Two Griffith pool tables;
cost $250 each; will sell for $90 each,
call at Abbott's, 517 7th st. nw.
FORSALE YoungCubanand Mexican par
rots, monkeys, gold fishes, dogs, pigeons,
canaries, incubators, Spratta and Austin's
dog bread; send for catalogue. SCHMID'S
BIRD STORE. 712 12th st. nw. oc8-tt
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: cheap cash and credit. RED
MOND. 313 7th st. nw. oc30-tr,em
FOR BALESamplo lotot fine shotguns at
sacrifice; call early and get a bargain.
JULIUS COHEN, 1104 7th St. nw.
COZY, warm dining-room; best board; c n-
venient departments; car lines; home
cooking, lioo Gth st. nw. no23-3c
FOR RENT-A good 2d-flr,or room and
board for 2. Inquire at loSKy. ave. se.;
oposite Lincoln Park. no24-3t-cm
FOR RENT Room and board. 527 1-2 3d
6t. nc no24-3t
EXCELLENT TABLE A few more board
ers can be accommodated at 1401 Mass.
ave. nw.; only two beauUful suites left.
FOR RENT230 A st. se., nicely-fur.
rooms, with good table board.or the entire
house if desired; one square from Capitol;
corner house. no22-7t,em
FIRST-CLASS table board, $3 per week.
1 003 E at. nw. n022-3t,em
FOR RENT Warm, cheerriuroom, with
good board, ror couple or two gentle
men, $35 per month. i3338:P st. nw.
NOVESIBEK 25, 1897.
- , MISCELLANEOUS.
LACE curtains laundered equal to new;
no lime; 30e. per pair; mail attended to.
1 1 1 5 tu st . nw, no25-3t
SPECIAL OFFER I will sell -a limited
number of the best typewriters in the
market, ranging from , to S40 cash,
Friday and Saturday only. 1307 F st.,
M. V. WEBB. It
GO TO Creamer & Co. if you want your
business advertised, bustled, and -old
quick; no delay. .'io2 5 3c
BAD BILLS collected or no charge. H. D.
GORDON, Attorney, 1321 F st.nw.
JOHN HERBERT CLAIBORNE, MD., Vir
ginia's celebrated physician, says: ' I
have been familiar witti the usage of the
Blue Ridge Springs water for twenty years
past, and have very often recommended
it In my practice. For dyspepsia, espe
cially when accompanied with acid indi
gestion, I know of no superior water, and
as a corngenc auu regulator oi secretion
it is beneficial In constipation which is
the result or Indigestion. I have known of
some remarkable cures which have resulted
rrom its use. The late Judge .Toynes, of
the Court of Appeals, used to say that he
never reared to dine when he had access
to it. For sale at IlERDLISKA'S, 1309
G St., and SHAFER'S, 103 Pa. ave.
DANCING -Waltz and two-step taught in
a few lessons: no classes; private lessons
as cheap as class lessons. MISS MARIE
LEONARDO, 619 M st. nw. no24-6t
1 WILL furnish any gentleman or lady
with information that will secure them a
very lucrative and pernianent position at
once, who will enclose 10 cents and reLs.
Box 133, thlsoffice. uo23-3t,em
a n E want you to think of us when you
UKS want any painting done. We'll
Kaf make prices low enough. Rooms
f papered, S2 up.
F. G. .wtiii, olO oth st. No branch.
THE KITCHEN Try Mrs. F. C. Chandler's
homemade bread. 1820 7th st. nw.
BOYS' odd vests, No. 12 to 19: giving
them away Tor 15c. SELBY, 1903 Pa.
THE best $2 men's- shoes in Washington:
500 nalrs to select from: all the leading
shapes and styles; No. 0 to 11. SELBY I
tuua ra. ave. no-a-ac j
A SOLID all-wool pants can be had at
SELBY'S Tor the sum of $2: every
color on the calendar. 1903 Pa. ave. 1
MEN'S box calf bulldog toe, S2.50: else
where 3.50. SELBY, 1903 Pa. ave ,
50c LADIES' bouse slippers," No. 3, to J
be sold quick, 2Cc. At SELBY'S, 1903
Fa. ave. no23-4t
MISSES' cloth warm slippers, No. 11 ti
2: must buy quick; 2oc. SELBY. 1903
Pa. ave. no23-4t
JOB lot or men's working pants, 78c I
while they last. SELBY, 1903 Pa. ave.
BOYS' recrers, cut In the latest or fashion
$1.48; extra sizes $1.98. SELBY. 1903
Pa. ave. no23-4t
te-4.yk Patronize the unemploved.GEO.
HOPKINS, expert carpet laver, 703 II
st. ne.; lowest rate. no23-3t
HOW FAST CAN YOU TALK? Type writ
lti g by one who knows the business;
cts. folio. Address BIZ., tins orfice.
work and up-to-date Patterns, wall-paper
nnd frescoes cleaned equal to new. LE-
PREDX & BOBBINS, 493 Md. ave. sw.
ARE YOU "hungry? If so, get thebest 15
r na t tie city at inaiMVuKifS
popular dining and lunch-room, 931 E st-
LOOK HERE Hypera will clear your
place or loaches and water bugs in 10
dats; no poison. Dropa postalforfiiforma-
tloil to the HYPERA COMPANY, 930 Pa.
SMITH. Premier, and Remington Type
writers for sale or rent, machines in
perfect order. JOHN C. PARjvbK. 017-
019 7th st. nw. no20-15t,em
WALL PAPERS: all the latest" styles;
rooms papered from $2 up. CHARLES
C SILENCE. 1341 I st. ne. no20-Ct-em
LADIES, leurn to make your own dresses
and save money; an eay and perfect
system taught for a very low figure, at
2134 Pa. ave. no20-6t-em
BEST .stitched carpet lining 2 cents a
yard. JOHNSON & NIEbi-'ELDT, Up
holsterers and-Carpet Layers, 419 K st.nw.
HIGHEST CASH prices paid for second
hand furniture, carpets (entire houses),
pianos, stocks, etc. Address JONES, 1004
Mass. aycr nw. nol9-7t
TYPhW'KIiERS rented at reduced rates;
with privilege or purchase; standard
makes, preliminary instruction free. NEW
MAN'S TYPEWRITER AuENCY.Oll 7th
ROBERT M. HARROVER. Ranges. &tove3
nnd lurnae Repairing; Tinning and
Heating, Aluminum Cooking Vesselr-. 438
Ninth st. nw. oc28-lmo
WILL SELL your rurnlture; will store
i your furniture, will accommodate you
with a loan on same; no Interest charg-d;
liberal dealing; drop postal and will call.
MARCUS NOTES, 037 La-ave se30-li'o
SHOES repaired while you wait; half soles
and heels, 40c. aud 50c. 41 and 229
Pa. ave, nw.; best work guaranteed.
REMOVAL of aluminum store from 1435
to 493 Pa. ave. no2-lmo .
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING
Priutiug 500 cards, 75c: 50o envelopes.
75c; 500 note heads, 75c ; 500 state
ments. 75c; binding magazines. 50c.:
miscellaneous books rebound. G E.
WILLIAMS. 61? 7th st. nw feG-tr
FOR RENT-Fur., GTronrbrTcFlir.use;" N
St., near 4 1-2 sw.; lntrobe, water and
gas: .15.00. Address RENT, this office.
FOR RENT432 Q it. nw.; house open;
0 rooms, hall, range, bath, gas; new
papering; back building; parking; large
bacK yard, arranged for 2 families; im
provements flnisiied. $18.50. no25-3t
FOR RENT-S22.50; the best for the
money; nearly new three-story brick,
seven rooms and bath; a. m. i.; on wide
avenue: 20 yards from Metropolitan Elec
Vri roa.a. ne. Apply HELSKELL & lie-
LERAN, 1008 Fjst. nw. no24-4t
FOR RENT Six rooms and bath, with
all modern Improvements: newly paper
ed and painted. 1603 5th st. nw. Apply
1009 7tn st . nw. ror the key.no23-3c
FOR RENT-Cottage; 915 P st. nw.; five
rooms; latrobe.gas, oath, etc.; large yard;
cellar and stable. no25-3t
FOR RENT -Furnished, new, 1 1-room buff
brick; all modenrimproveiiients; cheerful:
handsomely decorated; very desirable. 42
M st. n w. no24-7t-em
FOR RENT-No. 1014 Oth .stTnw., 7 rooms
and bath; hot and cold water: reduced to
T20.50. S. J. SPEAR, 450 Pa. ave.
FOR RENT -The best for the money:
nearly new three-story brick, seven rooms
and bath; a. ni. i.;on wide avenue; 20 yards
from Metropolitan Electric road, ne. Apply
HEISKELL & McLERAN, 1008 F st. nw.
FOR RENT Two new 7-room bricks; re
duced to $16 per month: 211 and 215 K
st. ne. Iuqmrene:cfloor. no 2 1-3 1
FOR RENT By owner, on Columbia cable
line, 6-rooni house; bath; concrete cellai,
a. m. I.: shed on wide alley; reduced to
$17.50 to careful, permanent tenant. In
quire 902 Hst. ne., or 138 D st.se.
FOR RENT 2 six-room houses, 684 and
686 4th st. ne.; rent, $12.30. W. L,
ARMIGi-.R, 934 E st. nw. no23-3t,em
FOR RENT 513 8th st. se.; $14. OWNER,
310 Del. ave. ne. no23-3t
FOR RENT -742 9th se., G r., $14.30;
1404 Md. ave. ne.;, G r., $16.30; 309
315 Spruce nw., G r., $20.50; 1910 Hare
wood ave. nw., 6 r., $22.50. WRIGHT &
S TOCKETT, 619 E st.nw. no23 -3t
FOR RENT Furnished house; 7 rooms:
bath, furnace, artesian well, pure water;
Takoma Park; electric and steam cars;
was $45; now $20 mo. Address LOW,
this office: no23-3t
F0RRENT 1119 Park place ne., 6 ims7
m. i., large yard, $16; 1133 Park place
ne., 6 rms., laige yard, $15; 405 1st st
se., 6 rms., brick house, a. m. i., $iy.
Apply 12 6th st. ne. no20-5t,em
FOR HIRE Nice horses, buggies and day
tons: $1.50and $2 perday. J. W. PRES
TON'S STABLES, 8tU audi st.nw.
FOR HIRE -Full dress suits. $1 only. JU
LIUS COHEN, 1104 7th st.nw.
FOR HIRE To drummers and business
men, horse and buggy or Dnyton, $2 per
day, and special prices for pleasure driving.
Apply to the REX STABLES, rear 615 E
st. nw.; telophouo call. 109. ap30-t
Do you lt..ovv that you win have
The Morning, Evening mid Sunday
Tiroes the only COMPLETE nevs
l.nper nubl'shed in "Washington
sorvod to yon by carrier for -if.j-cents
Mount Vernon Railway.
From StiUlun 13 1-2 St. & Pn. Are.
In Efrect November 14, 1807.
For Alexandria (week days), 6.30. 7.05.
7.35, ex.; 8.00. 8.35, 8.59, 9.50, 10.05,
ex.; 11.00, H.45 a. m.; 12.05. ex-; 2:20,
1.15, 1.45. 2.05, ex.; 2.40, 3.20, 3.59,
ex.: 4.15. ex.; 4.50, 5.(15, 5.20. ex.;
Oj40, 6.05. ex.; 6.30, 7.06, 8.00, 9.00,
10.00, 11.20, 11.59 p. m.
For Alexandria (Sundaysi, 7-45, 8.45.
9.45,10.30, 11.15a. in.. 12.00 noon. 12.45
1-30, 2.15, 3.00, 3.45. 4.30. 5.15, 6.00,
0.45, 7.30, 8.15, 9.00. 10.00. 11.20 p. m.
For Mount Vernon (week da ysiG.30, 8.00,
10.05, 11.05, 11.00 a. m., 12.05, 1.15,
2.05. 3.59, 7.0G p. m.
For Mount Vernon (Sundays), 7.45, 9.45
a. in.. 12.00 noon, 2.15, 3.45 and G.45
For Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge (week
days). 8.00. 8 59.10.05, and 11.00 a.m.,
12.05, 12.20, 1.15, 2.05. 2.40, 3.20", 4.15;
5.20, G.05, 7.0G and 8.00 p. m.
For Arlington and Aqueduot Bridge
(Sundaysi, 7:45,8:45, 9:45. 10:30 11:15,
. m., 12:00 noon, 12:45, 1:30, 2:15,
3: 00, 3:45, 4:30. 5:15, G:00, 6:45,
7:30, 8:15 p. m.
Baggage checked free for passengers
holding firt.t-claJ's tickets at station. Bi
cycles, 25 cents each. Parcel carried.
& Ohio Ry,
TM rough the Gtuiidest Fcenery ot
Amenta, All '1 rains YeMlbuled,
Electric I.inted, sunt in Heated.
All lenN Served in Dlninjr Cms.
Mutton Sixtli and B Streets.
Schedule in effect November 14. 1897.
2:20 P. M. DA ILY Cincinnati and St.
Loins Special s-oliu train for Cincinnati,
Pullman Sleepers to Ciuc-inuuli, Ixington.
Louisville. Indianapolis, and St. Louis
without change. Parlor Cars, Cincinnati
to Chicago. Connects at Covington, Va,.,
Tor Virginia Hot Springs. .
11. lu P. M. iMiw--K. F. V. Limited -
Solid tram for Cincinnati. Pullman Sleep
ers to Cincinnati, Lexington, and Louis
ville witlioiit change, open for reception
or passengers at 9 p. in. Pullman Com
partment Car to Virginia Hot Springs, with
out chuuge. Tm8dttvs, Thursdays, aud Sat
urdays. Sleepers, Cincinnati to Chicago
and St. Louis.
,10:57 A. M., EXCEPT SUNDAY Parlor
car, Washington to Klciunondumt Richmond
to Old Point. Only rail Hue, via Penn.,
It., F. P , and C. & O. Railways.
2:20 P. M. DAILY For Gordonsviile,
OiarloUexviuV, Staunton, and for Rich
mond, daily, except Sunday.
Reservation and ticket at Chesapeake
and Ohio offices, 513 awl 1421 Pennsyl
vania avenue, and at the station.
H. W. FULLER.
nolb-a.m-tf General Passenger Agent-
. FOR SALE AND RENT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS E. WAGGAMaX, 917 FST- NW.
FOUR-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
1401 16th st nw, b h, 25 rms.... $50,000
18 F et nw, b h 55,000
2110 Ostnw.bh, 17 rms 20,000
140 20th st nw, bh. 12rma 16.000
1. 33 R st nw, b h, 12rms 15,000
??? yt ave nw, b h, Urms 7.500
1114 Md ave. sw. b h. 16 rms 4.S00
THREE-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
905 K and 902 and 904 Mas ave
nw, bn $35,000
1915 13th st nw, b h, 9 ims.... 9,000
44 M st nw, b n, 10 rms 8,500
1515 28th ot nw, b h, 8 ims 0,500
il 2ist st nw, b n, 9 iins 5,500
u st nw, b n
21B N.j . av.M., b. b.,14rns
TWO-STORY BRICK AND
HOUSES FOR SALE.
1128 Oth st nw, b h, 9 ims $7,500
faOl It stnw, b h, 0 una 6,700
82 and 84 Dcfrees st nw, b h, 7
515 stiie, b h, 7 irns 4,0u0
SlO N. L ave se, b u, a ims 6.00U
Ota u st nxv, n h, b iiin 5,0uo
402 12th stsw, b h, l-rras 4.5UO
1218 1 sine, b h, Onus 2,750
4 and 50 Mrytie st ne, b b, 6
rms each 2,000
lt 3UM11W, t 11, 4inis 1,600
209 to 2151 stne, bh, 4 is each.. 1,500
827 to to31 2d st ne, o b, b ims
each .. 1,500
359 O stsw, t h, 5iins 1,400
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE
N H ave, near R nw $10,000
S st, betlfeth aud lOtnnw.. b.OOO
Ne cor Mass ave aud 2d stnw 0,180
South side of M st, near llttonw.. 4,500
lGth st, bet O and P sts nw $5 oo
P st and R I ave nw
R nt, bet 19th and 20th nw 3 50
1 st, bet 19th aim 0tn nw 3 b
lotn&lGth, W &Propecistsnw 3 0O
Cor H ana 11th ne 2 25
V st, bet litn aiiul5lnw '2 0U
Willaru st, bet 17th Jc latn, T Jx. L nw. 1 75
24tn st, bet L and M nw 1 60
N st, bet 21sl anu 2tnw 1 25
Pa ave, bet 12th ana 13th te 1 00
bth st, bet A, E ana C sts se 1 10
K st, bet 3u and 4th ne 1 00
Ne cor nth ana E sw 1 25
1 st, bet 4 1-2 ana Gth sw SO
C st, bet 12tn and 13th nw 90
P st, bet 33u and 34th nw 75
O st, bet N Cap ana 1st 05
California st, t,et 1st ana 2d ne 50
K st, bet lath ana 14th '-- 30
S st, bet 33a and 34th nw 30
Cor 1st and O sts se 25
1-4 acre, lenleytowit 25
7 acres, Ttmlnw Road 15
Lots in Trmlaad 12 1-2
Lots in Takoiua, Md 9
Lots in Takoiua. Md 2
1521 R I ave nw (fur) 10 rms. $500 CO
ol . bl nw, to rms
211 A st se,.ll rms
423 2d st ne, 7 rms
40th st, Wesiey heights, 8 rms
o34 2oth st nw, 7 nns
Uppei part 1 02 G st nw, 6 rms
1602 ftth st nw, 6 rms
22o7 I st ii w, S rms
1032 5th st nw, 5 rms,
919 4th st nw, 7 rms
616 Md ave sw, 6 rms
1259 25th stnw, 6 rms
1U13 U st nw, G rms
86 D st sw, 5 rms
1 022 and lt20 8 Cap st sw, 5 rms.
1134 N J ave se, 4 rms
406 K st se, 5 rms
1325 I st ne. 5 rms
The aboveisoulva ncrtion nf the nmn-
erty on my bocks. For full list tall at
office for bulletin issued r,n the 1st and
loth. THOS. E. WAGGAMAN,
no23-tf-eni 917 F it. nw.
FOH SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE Cheap, as owner must have
money; nice G-roum and bath brick, $600
only 1-2 block from Columbia cars; will
tae 200 cash, balance monthlv. Applv
to OWNER, 1151 5thst.no. no25-3t
FOR SALE-Only$50 cash and $12 month
ly, including interest, will buy a 6-room
nress brick house on L st. se.: price unlv
&.V50.?.'. Ft,r 'urther particulars apply to
ALLEN W. MALLERY & CO.. 624 F st.
FOR SALE Fine new house, No. 119 2d
st. -ne.; one square from Capitol giounds
and new library; English basement, stone
and buff brick, with copper trimmings;
hot water system of heating: electric and
gas lighting; suitable ror professional resi
dence. Apply to OWNER, No. 121 2d st.
BUY WHILE dwellings aretneap, andean
plan which requiresonly payments riot morn
than rent paid monthly; prices and rent will
go up. Address PURCHASING CO., this
FOR SALE Snap; 5-room brick house;
with lot 55x175: for $1,250 cash. 1st
st. se., near 0 st. No tiadlng stamp
given. $900 for 3 alley houses; rent $12;
cash only; one hundred Teet from East
Capitol st. and 14th st. The houses are
not pressed brick- JOHN F. DONOHOE,
308 East Capitol st.
FOR SALE A neat brick or six rooms;
northeast; for $1,500; will sell to any
respectable persou for $15 a month, of
which $8 shall go as principal Address
NO CASH, this orrice. no22-3l.-m
FOR SALE-. HORSES & CAUHIAGES.
FOR SALE -First-class coupelette". suita
ble for private uss; also phaeton buggy in
Wi.l rv..r1f!r.n Pnllflt-lt,. ... T ., ..
a"""wiiuRimi. v.mi-.i. iini.nv.. no t-.Jl.
FOR SALE Fine saddleand driving horse,
harness and buggy Tor $40. Address
SAN LOUIS, this orfice. no24-3t,em
FOR SALE At all time, horses, wagons
and harness; horses to suit all purposes;
sntlsractlon guaranteed or no sale: at mi
stables. In rear of 212 41-2 st.nw.
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, a phaeton.
KNOBLE & KIDWELL, 416 Stn st.nw.
WANTED Flat; unfurT; small; good heat;
central; cheap; state price; two adults
and child. Addtess AGRIL, this oKice.
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
"50A. SI. week days-riTTSBURG EX
PRESS -Parlor and Dining Cars, Hams
burg to Pittsburg.
10-5, .A- M F-t-VNSyLVANIA LIMITED
-Pullman Sleeping, Dining, S moking, and
Observation Cars, Harrlsburg to Chicago.
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Cleve
land and Toledo. Buffet Parlor Car to
ll50 A. M.FASTLINE-Pullman BrnTeB
1 arlor Car to Harrisbnrg. Bufret Parlor
Car, Harrisburg to Pittsourg.
3.4o P. M. CHICAGO AND ST- LOUIS
Express -Sleeping Car Washington todc.
Louis, and Sleeping and Dining Cars Har
risburg to St Louis, Nashville ivia Cin
cinnati) and Chicago.
7.1U P. M. Ht-i.iv.. EXPRESS-Pall-man
Sleeping Car to Pittsburg, Chicago,
and Harrisburg to Clevelaud. DlninsCar
7.10 P M. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRES3
Pullman Sleeping Cars Washington to
Pittsburg and Harrisburg to St. Louis
and Cincinnati. Dining Car.
10 WO P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS Pull
man Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
.50 a. m. for Kane. Canandaigua, Roches
ter end Niagara FaUs. dally, except Suxt-
10.50 a. m. for Elrnlra and Renovo dally,
excrpc Sunday. For WiUlainsport daUy.
3.40 p. ib.
7.10 p. in. for Wliliamsport. Rochester,
Erie, Buffalo and Niagara Falls dally,
except Saturday, with Sleeping Car,
Washington to Buffalo.
1010 p. m. for Erie, Canandaigiia. Roches
ter. Buffalo and Niagara rails dJUly.
Puilmaa Sleeping Car Washington to
Rochester Saturdays only.
I'or fii.ludt Lylitu. .Vew York: and. tbu
4:00 p. m.. -CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED.-
daily, all Parlor Cars, with Din
ing Car from Baltimore. Regular at 7:00
Dining Car, b:0o, 9.00, lo.Ou (Dialog
Car i, and 11:00 (Dining Car from Wll
mlngtoni a. in.. 12:45, 3:15, 4:20, 0:50.
lO;00 and 11:35 p. m. On Sunday, 7:00
(Dining Can. 8:00, 9:00. 11:00 rDlnins
Car from Wilmington) a. ni.. 12:15, 3tl5.
4-20, 0:50, 10:0o and 11-36 p. m. For
I'lUladelphia only. Fast Eora, 7:50 a.
.a., week-days. Express, 12.15 p. la. Week
lays. 2 Ol and 5:40 p. m. aally. For
Boston, without change, 7:50 a- m. week
days, and 4:20 p. :u. dolly.
For Baltimore, b:2B, 7:oO, 7:50. 8:00.
9:00. 10:00. 10:50. and 11:00 a. m.,
12:15. 12:45, 12:50, 2:01, 3:15 3:40
4:00 LimUcUi. 4:20, 4:36, 5:40. 6:15.
0:50, 7:10, 10:00, 10:40, 11:15. an
il ,35 p. m. On Sunday, 7 ,00. 3u,
9.00. 9.05, 10.50. 11.00 a. m., 12,15.
1 15, 2.01. 3.13. a,4t, (4.00 limited'.
4.0. 5.40. 6.15, OJ50, 7.10, 10.UO.
10.10, aud 11.35 p. m.
For Popes Creek Line, 7.50 a. m- and
4 -its p. m. daily, except Sunoay.
For Annapolis, 7.00, .00 a. m., 4.20
and 4.3b p. m. dally, except Sunday.
Sundays, 9.0O a. in. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line -Express for Florida
and points on Atlantic Coast Lino, 4-tO
p.. in., 3.40 p. m. daily. I-ebinonl only,
10.37 a. ru. week-days; Atlanta Special.
via Richmond and beaboard Air Line.
4. to p. to. daily. Accomtuod tion for
tiuanUeo. 7.45 a. in. dairy, and 4.25 p.
For Atlantic City ivia Delaware River
Bridge, ail-rail route i, 3:15 p. at. dally,
via Market street wharf, 10.00 ami 11 oO
a- m., 12.45 p. ni.. week days, and 11 35
p. m. daily.
For Cape May. 11.00 a. m. week days,
11-35 p. m. daily.
Ticket orrices, corner Fifteenth and G
streets, and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left for the
checking ot baggage fo destination fmm
hotels and reahieuces.
J.R. WOOD, General Passenger AgenS.
Schedule in effect Nov. 14. 18u7.
Leave Wtstnngton from .nation corner
of New Jerst-y avenue and C street.
For Chicago and Northwest. Veotibeted
Limited trains 11.05, 11.25 a. n. 8.05
For Cincinnati. St. Louis and Indianapo
lis, Express. 11.25 a. in. Vestibofe- Lim
ited 3.40 p. ni., express 11.55 p. m.
For Pntsburg and Cleveland, express
daily 11.05 a. m- anil S.50 p. m.
For Columbus, Toledo and Detroit. 11.55
Winchester anil way stations, tS. 11-23
a. in., t3.40 sail tSUJO p. m.
tu --- ,... .- Birmingham.
Chattanooga. Knoxnhe. Braioi .nu Roa
noke, 10.a6 p. in. unity. teept'ga tars
For Luray. 3:4.0 p. n. daily.
For Baltimore, week days. 5. 6.30,
X7.05, X7.10, X7.30. b. 8.30. xO.JO
J.'J.YtO . 1U-, Xl. 1"-, V.IV,. 1 l.,
xl.15, xS.OO. 3.20, X4 30, 4.36, xo Oo.
X5.10, X5.30. xO.20. 6.3U. xto.1.0. 8 15.
.9.20, 11.15, Xll.50 p in.. SJKl X12.UL
uint. Sunoays. x7.o,x7 lo.x.7.3, s JO.
"y.0 a. m., XI2.1U. si 15, luiy. x3.. o.
3.20, 4.35, X3.05, xo.lo. 6.30. xS.oO.
.2U. 11.16. xlla0 p .ii. .1.: .ngnt.
For Annapolis, 7 10 and h 3d a. m.. 4.30
anu 5.30- p. in- Sundays, s ao a- iu.. 4.35
ForFretlerick, week days. S. 11.03,1 1.22
a. m., 3.40. 4JO. 5.u. p in- rfunuays
l"a. ni-, 1:13 p. ni.
For liagerstown, tll.Ooa. m- and -.30
or Boyd and wav powte, week days,
S.00 a. m., 4J0, 5M). 7.06 p. m. Sou
days, 9.00 a. m.. 1.15, 7.06 i m.
r'or Gaitliersharg awl way points, week
days.'S, 9. a. m-. 12.50. 315, 413,
5Js 7.o5. ll.;i. P- "- sumiaya. 9 a
m., 1.15. 4.33, 7.05. 10.15 p. n
Foe Washington Junction una way points,
S a. m-, 1-30. 5-iO p. m. week Uay. 9
a. in., 1-15 P m. Sundays.
ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW YORK
Vll trains ihuminated with Pmtach light.
For Pntladelnhia. New lorfc. to-ton and.
Uie East, weeK. days, 7-0o to. 1 a. iu-
in- Carl. llOl nignt: Sleeging Car open
atlO To'ctocfc). Suaajs.7.05 o a m.
tl 15 Dining Car). 3, to.Oo Dininz Cari.
V Ol nignt. Sleeping Car open m o ckiek.
AdditiSnal train for Pniiadelphia. week
iiavs. dailv. p. m-
Parlor Cars on all day trains.
!., i-ttrr i n a- m. 12.05 noon.
"and 1-15 aud 3 p- iu. week days. 9 a- a
"porape May. 12.05: noon.
tExcept Sunday. xExprees "a- .
baggage calletl r awl CJiecKett rrom to
if ami residences by Union Transfer Cc-
orders tetl at ticket ortlces. 018 Penn
"uvama avenue northwest. New ork
S ajSBJwrul Dr.eBt:kiN:,wt
AMi". Manager.' -!gr. Pa.. Trag la
p7VS,Rr tu-Dally. local for Danville.
Charlotte' and vvay statiou, connect.-, at
Manassas ror Strasborg, HarrteonlMirg and
stautiton. ilallv, except Snnday. and at
Lv1"chonrg vvith the Norfolk anu Western,
da y7and with the Chesapeake and Ghto,
daily, for the Natural Bridge and Laxing-
t0ll 15 a.m.-Dally.theUNITED STATES
I AST MAIL, carries Pnlliuan Bnfte
iers Sew York and Wahinct U
T,sV.nville uniting at Salisbury with
Puling Steeper fur Ashertl ami Hot
-inrin.'s N. C; KnoXviHe and LHS
,tK' Teun.; and at Charlotte with Pull
VnanSeper "or Augusta. Pullman Itef f et
" c?per:Nevv YoKtJS'ew Orleans.eoaneet
iii" at Atlanta for Innoingham and Meru
irtffsf Solid train. Washington to New
I tieuns without change. Sunset persj.Hally
.Xductcd tourist excursH.B through sleeper
on this train every Wednesday to San
Francisco, without change.
l ol p. m.-Lot at for Front Royal, Stras
burg and Harrisonburg, daily, extept Sun-
4Rtyp. m.-Daily, local Tor Chariottes-
Vli!?-43 n m -Daily. WASHINGTON AND
:uCTHVSTBRN. VESTIUULED. LI1I
ClED composed of Pollman Vestibule.!
'.nL dining cars and day coaches
PidlS sleepers New orh to NahHlH.
Tenn via Astevilie. Knoxville. an.t Chat-lanooia-
New York lo Tan.pa. via Char
lotte. Coi'tmbla, Savannah, and Jactewnvflle,
uniting at Danville with PuHruan Sleeper
rnnn Richmond to Augusta, via Cjlnmbta.
with connection Tor Aiken. S. C; New
Ych-k to Memplii", via Birmingham: New
v-rk to New Orleans, via AtJantn anil
Mi,nt"imer. Veotitiulnl day coach Wash
iugion to At'lanta. Southern r.tdway dlaing
ear. Greetisboro to Montgomery.
TRAINS ON WASHINTjTuN AND OHIO
DIVISION Ienve Washington 9 01 a m.
dailv and 4 45 p. m. dally, c-tept Sunilay.
and G 25 p m- Sundav onK lor RoiiiMlHllt;
4 32 p m. dally, except Sumlny, Tor Lees
burg, and 0.2o p. ni. dallv for Herndon
Rctiitning. arrive ac Washington R-26 , a.
;i and 300 p. m. daily, from Itotind Hill,
and 706 a. in. dally, except Sitnday.fram
'Hcrndon, and 8 34 a. in. dally. xeept Sun
day, Trom Lcesburg.
Throwh trains rrom the South arrive at
Washington 6 42 a. m., 2 20 p. m. and
9 25 p. m. daily. Harrisonburg. 12.40 p.
rn and 9:25 p. m. dally, except Sunday,
arid 830 a. m. dally f rom Charlottesville.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation, and In
formation rurnished at offices, 705 I5th
st. nw.. 511 Pennsylvania avenue, and at
Pennsvivanla Railnad Passenger Statlon-
W. H. GREEN, Gen fcnpt.
a. i. rCLP, Traffic -inuuger.
AV. A. TURK, Gen. Pass. Agent:
E. S. BROWN, lieu. A t . 1'uhi.. Dept,