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THE TPIJSfi. WASHiyGOy, stlj&DAY, DECEMBER 26, 189T.
SHE DIED IN SQUALOR
Miserly Hag's Miserable Death on
Aid Fron KelJlliborb Al
jh Her Hank Account
New York, Doc. 25. Men and women
who hud provided Mrs. Joseph Doe
wltli food and money and clothes because
blie was heveiity years old and said tho
would probably starve before the Chiisl
muf) holidays were over, talked nngril or
her .last nisiil though it was Chrlstnois
Eve and lheold woman lay dead in her
home in Brooklyn,
Heath had tcvealcdlhe fact thai she wab
oner the most miserable of misers, md,
dead though she wjv, neighbors who hart
given to Iipi from the Ir own fccunt ttoiv
for bwect charity's sake, hesitated to
forgive her when tlsey learned that m
hllver and -gold and notc, curiously hidden
away in her wretched roonib and n Ce
posit it: savings hanks, the woman .vhosc
piteous pleading: won their aid had $3,000
or her own.
They recalled with bitterness th.it flic
buried hei husband in his oldest clorVs,
andold those which were better, myitis
hhe must have rood. They believed il then
and pitied her. Last night they knew that
Rose when he died lore money enough to
support liar for more years than she .sould
expect to live
The woman ne er spoke of her pa -nly
of her poverty. Uoe was a carpenter, a
vow ran of the w.ir of the rebellion. His
wife -was an English woman. Wkil" tl-e
carpenter lived hi and his wife occupied
the top floor of the house at No. 1 Sponcr
street, Brooklyn. He was her secoud hus
band. She was his third wire. Mean, as
the ncighbois knew site was- before 1 is
death, they livct comfortably.
Iloso told Patrick Doylo, the la.idhsr,
that when lie died Ms wire would -sell
provided foi- Hut when Base did lie, live
months ago. Mis. Hose told the iloylos
she did not have a sheet to cover him. at d
the Doyle, warm hearted folk, seat op
some of theiis. Yesterdav two dozen new
bheets vv-iu found hidden intheold worei'i's
Avowing that she could pay rent no
longer affr her husband died, Mrs. I ose
gave up all of the top floor except two
small rooms, and appealed for did to han
kin T'oht ! the Giand Army and to the
Eev. Mr. Miller, of the Dc Kalb A'enuc
Methodist Church. Both tesponded hbpr
ally. Mr. Millersaid hist night that vilhin
the last few years his church -j.id gvcn
Mis. Hose at least 5l,n00 tqjHiy food and
She bought no rood. In fact, she Ixiught
iiothing, but lived on what the Doyles, Mis
Meyers, who lives on the top ?loor also,
and other persons gave her, after they
had heard hei piteous stories of want.
Miss Meyers cooked her meals on the
stove in the old woman's rooms and gave
her footl in return for the privilege. Mrs.
Dobe took the food, and daily .idded to
her hoard the money -which wab given to
her in chanty.
While she was able, the old woman did
washing for some or the neighbors, v. ho
paid her hhorall, .icrepling her wilhng
ness to work old as she was-'is pioof
of her dire need. The money was h'dden
by the miser, who daily asked for more.
She began to suffer from convulsions
several -weeks ago and Mrs, Doyle sent
for a doctor. He would not come, taring
bhe had not paid him for attending her
husband and had not paid the undertaker
who buried him. The neighbors tho-igut
the doctor hard heai ted -until yestenlty.
Mrs. BoM talked most pitifully as Christ
mas approached, and l.er appeals openel
many hearts. On Thursday night a Grind
Army man who had known her htibb-mJ
called on her and left a $5 bill, that she
might be comfortable until after the hol
iday. Miss Movers, going lo Mrs Hose's rooms
yesterday morning at G o'clock to cook
food on the- .stove they used in common,
found the old woman l.Ung in bed, ap
parently dc-id She summoned a physician,
but bcfoic l,c came Mrs. Eose, who, it
-wab lound.had been Mill alive when Miss
Mcycrb lscu creel her, was dead.
Mrs. Dc-yle, sorrj that her old and un
fortunate rriei.d must go to Potter's Field,
went to thcVen.oii a cnuc police station
to report the death and abk if it was
not possible to secuie aid to bury her
In some wayothcr than at public expense.
Deteetu" Smith, HotnidFman Quinn vid
PoHcpr'.iii Grosellwcnt to tl'e house loin -
estimate, as Mi. Hoc lad died without
medical attendance. Mrs. Doyle, still
Worrymu about poller's field, suggested
that they tearch the rooms for something
caluable enough to be rold toward burial
They iearched. In cups, pitchers and
pans in odd corners, they round 31 in fil
ler. Tiorc nab Sf15 in cold, cash coin,
wrapped separately in cloth and stowed
aw Jn an old trunk. Between the lcaeb
of an old Illblc were one, ri e and ten dol
lar l.illb ?G0S m all. Two bank books
showed that in the Williamsburg and Ger
man Savings Hanks she had ?1,9G8.
The iie dollar bill left by a Grand Army
She had been too ill to hide it. Itankiu "ot
had sent It, because she had told it b mcralKTs
she was 6(aimg
It is --aid that a inoce or Mrs. Bcsc Ss Tn
ployetl it Mount Sinai Hospilal. in iris
city. No other relatncs are known.
WANTED MRS. LEWIS, foimcrlv of U
st., near lltli, a friend would like to
have your address. Address MISS M.
this office. de2G-3t
WANTFD-IIorscb for their feed; good
ret. .T.jC., S., thib ofrice. de25-3t
WANTED 1 do7cn barred Plymouth Rock
pullets: l-eady for laying. 2224 Montcllo
ave. nc. de23-3t-era
OLD BOOKS I pay cash for all kinds of
old miscellaneous books; -will call, ex
amine nnd make offer at residence. Drop
postal to WASHINGTON BOOK SHOP,
under Second National Bank, JAMES
O'NEIL, Prop., 509 7th st. nw. del5-lm
HIGHEST cabh prices paid for second
hand furniture, carpets, pianos; entire
liojses. stocksof all kinus. Address JONES.
1004 Mass aye, iiw. Uu7-3mo
IADIES COSTUMES; exxnlng gowns, S5
up; shortest notice; children's clothes
a fcpeciulty; Baughmau'b dress cutter, $5.
908 N. i . ave. de2-lmo
WANTED By four adults; 3 or 4 unfur
nished rooms; with use of parlor and
piano: within seven blocks of Pennsylvania
ave. and 13th St. Addiess L. A. W., this
WANTED By quiet lady room, where par
ties mind their own business; not over
SS per month; with furniture. Box 115,
this office. lt,em
WANTED Two or three bright, smart
saleswomen to represent me in each town
and city; $12 to $15 per week easily made.
Appiy J rom 2 to p. in., yoo e st. it-em
FOB SA I.E--3aORSES E CARRIAGES.
FOR SALE 1 cab, 1 horse, wagon and
phaeton, cheap. GISTst. my. de24-3t
FOR SALE To save storage, nearlvnew
cutunder surrey and delivery wagon at
sacrifice. CARRIAGE WORKS, N. Y.ave.,
bet. 4th and 5th sts. nw. de21-0t
BUY a lot for Investment or home: Con
dult Road and Great Falls Electric Rail
way; within District; healthy: elevated;
terms easy; piats, etc
837 D bi. nw.
CLARK BROS.. I
UULI' WANT.KD A1AX.K.
SALESMEN WANTED To sell by (ample,
at wholesale anil retail? goods sell on
stent, salary or commission. A ddross CEJs
TEN.Via Hl'G. CO.. 495 ll ae.. Now
iorkclty; 55iTlv sj52t
WANTCD Atonce.a first-class cook. No.
933 II st. nw. dc25-3tem
WANTED Young man to take charge
of blanch onice:-under Knlarv o? Sr.O
per month; under contract for 6 months;
must have Si no cash tocairyatock. Room
17, 5)18 F st. It-cm
"WAAitD-A ilrfrtTjissho',iiiaker, inu
be sober. Call immediately at 2027
14th st. n W. It-cm
-imjlu cooks, dLsiiwasnui-s alid wait
ers, porters, driers. clerks, laboro'e. ix ,
placeb tuinished till suited. CITY IN
TELUfllNCi: OFilCH. 41:7 11th tt.mv.
WANTED At once, 3 White barbers:
,.v.ork "Permanent- Apply at THOMAS
BAKU'S SHAVlNGPAJCLUltS.Nu.aio 1-2
Pa. avc. nw. de2i-3t
llELi' WATEO VJJMAL.E.
WANTED-ByAIRS. Dl'NNING, G:So G St.
nw., gooil white cook; wash and iron;
pay, ftift. whitechamUerinaid and waitress:
pay, ,iu; young white girl, for house
work; pay, 10; call Monday.. It
rKEE TEA SET Ladies, send us your
lull address, plainly wmun,and we will
express you 7o of our exQUiaiu AUABIAN
Pl-Kl- UMO l'ACKLTai jscilaiiiong lneiids,
at 10 cents each: when bold, remit us the
money (less exprcsMmdris, and we will
fcenu yci a beuulilul ticouiauMl china lea
bet or GG pieces, for your trouble, lull bUe
for family use. Name nearest expiess of
fiee.aiidaddressA KA BIAN PEKl'LMO Co.,
jjuogewaier, kuuiu It
FltEE fclEVEU TEXSET Eadies, bend
u.. j'our lull name and address and we
will express 3'ou 100 of our sweet and
exquisite- "I'eifumo Hose Packets' lo m;II
among your friends at 10" cents each;
when oid, remit us the money latter de
ducting express charges!, and wc will send '
you a beautiful biltoi-pLi ted and engraed
silver tea. and coffoj set (gold lined),
consisting of six pieces, viz. corfec pal,
tea pot, butter dhli, bugar bowl, cream
cup, and spuonholdei; a maKuiiiteiii et;
am is rally v.orth lo to anyone, no go(,ds
shipped to children on this offer: ladies
oruer t once, and name neaie-a express
ofrice. Addiess AHAblAN PLltl-LMO CO.,
Hridgewater, Conn. 1 1
WANTED Lady readeis to teiruT"what
is the longest verse in the Bible; if Ton
can tell us m what chapter it is we will
give y0u a prize of $-lou: ir more than
one perstn answers correctly, wc Will di
vide cash equally; with yoiii answer send
10 cents for our new library of 12 com
plete hooks a grand pnze jn themselves.
Address KEYS'i ONE bOOK CO., 11 1 1 Aich
St., Philadelphia, Pa. It
WANTED General houseworkers, cham
bermaids, laundresses, scan stresses, day
workers, nurses: places turnisiml till suited.
SIIAUICX.Ei?OKD'S, J:J3 11th st- nw.
WANTED Ionian to cook, wash and Iron
Tor lamiij or Tour adults: price, s-b per
month. Address GOOD HOME, thlh office-
WANTED Competent stenographer dcires
eeniug work, employer's office or icsi
dence: uiiderstauds patent work. Aildress
BUSINESS,. thib office. de21-3t
X'i'nj 'Li 'iS AXTKD -M ALB
WANTED Man led man, 3 0 years old,
wishes' employment as coacmuan, sccund
man, abMbiaut butler, valet, clerk, or any
caiiacitj- Tor a man of ordinary intelli
gence: rerb. fur- Address 1"., No. 30,
this orrice. de26-3t
WANTED- Situation as elevator nianT
waiter, bellman or porter; ref. 1310 nth t
Bt. nw. 0e2G 3t
WANTED By young man empiojed in
wholesale, evening work Jium 7 to 10;
is double-entry bookkeeper, salesman, and
-terms reasonable. Box 200, this ofrice.
WANTED To tend to Tmrhes in private
family: good rets. 100G Pa. ave. nw.
WANTED-Hy while man 21 years oldf
witn bteaily lliblt. itositiou as clerk,
collector or watchman with reliable lecal
Tirm, can give, best or relerenee and bond.
Pox 2 02, Alexandria, Va. de23-ltcm
S1TUA 1 !O.N WAXriMJ-KJ5.MAI.li
WANTED -By two women, one as general
bousoAvorker, other as chambermaid or
nurse; O.K. nty ref. 1702 1-2 loth si. nw.
HELP WAXTKD-MALE AND Fl
YOUR ifoNE Y to us is equivalent to work:
no delay: try us. EUREKA E.MLPOY-
MENl' bUKKAU, G0'. F bt. nw-, Room 1.
MI OATKj.NS W.VXTKI)-.male
WANTED By a colored man, situation in
aprivatcramlly,asa general houseman, or
a restaurant cook; 517 A st.;.als.a colored
woman a s a first-ela ss launtire 5S, in a pm ate
family; ref if required. Call or address
517 A st. de21-3t
r0R SALE Grocery store; old-established
paying comer stand; stock ficsh and
clean, rent J?25: small investment required.
DUNEAP. fiOG F st. deG-3t
FOR SALE Hotel "and bar; 30 rooms:
completely and elegantly funiisinil: con-
tiols large transient trade; owne engaged
in olher business; price and iSt reason
able: extiaordlnaiy bargain. DU.VLAP.
90G F st. J de2G-3t
FOR SALE Lunch room; prominent down
town stand: dally bales 5-40: owner leav
ing city; can he bought at bargain.
DUNLAP, 0 06 F St. dc2G-3t
FOR SALE-CIGAR ANDNEWS STAND,
, IJ I'ROMINENT HOTEL, on Pa- ave.;
doing big business; cheap for cash. Ad
dress CIGARS, 1427 X. J. ave. nw.
FO It SALE Cigar store, Pa. ave. nw., bet.
4 1-2 ami lOtli sts so armtiiMil. rnnf rr-
flUOPfl III SOX- ,irlrf COn ntfMAflvi. .-.-
lirice. S390: attractive fix-
DUNLAP, 90G F St.
GO TO DUNLAP to buy or .sell out a
business quick. BUSINESS AGENCY.
900 F St. de21-3t
BONDS furnished In civil and criminal
cases. laes paid at a discount. De-
&v?Uve Ml"'1 to real estate straightened.
ttiu act as receiver, asblgnee, guaraian or
trustee. Financial assistance furnished to
litigants. Those about to bring suit should
consult the company before taking action.
Rooms 5 and 7, 472 La. ave. nw.
de5-tt Telcphono 1118.
GK1VT BOOT'SALE at Selby's: men's
calf 3 and S4 boots.Mzes 51-2,0,6 1-2
must be Sold nillOL- nl. Si .Rll nn
jialn men's articles &Gc. wotth S1.25.
j i(jo j. u. ue.
't'J? M1KD SAVING MONEY
Tou certainly ought to have us do all
your painting. Finest work only. Regu
lar money-saving piices. Rooms panereu
rich paper-S2 up. F. G. N0LTE, S10
9th st. No branch. de21-tf
JUST received rine canary blngefb and
c..K?id,.risli: iPh monkeys: ror sale, or
R,VT- 1 !".!?; Friday. SEBILLE. BIRD
MAN, 1,-3 Pa. aye. de24-3t
1'RINTING Debt and cheapest busIncssT
cards. 3oc per li000-up. HAYS, 210 F
Etl be- de23-l Ot ir
R. II. LEATHER, lirofessinti.il ni.inn iti.i
organ tuner; pianos and organs thor
?ghl' cleaned and renovated: dron nostal.
33'4 M st. nw
Wasnington, D. C.
GREAT .ii:as sale at-Selbv'b Sllppcis at
your own price. 4Cc up; ladies' button
shoes, all shapes, 95c elsewheie S1.50:
child's shoes, t5c, 7Cc and 95c, all solid
andaJltizeb 1 903 Pa. avc. de21-Gtem
XMA.S OYSTERS 20c. per qt. at WINS
TON'S; large, fresh shucked; 25c. every
where else. lblS 7th st. nw; drop card.
SENSIBLE holidaypreientb An up-to-date
hat. derby or ledora. black or brown,
$1.25; men's line neckwear, I9c else
where 25c; silk suspenders, 19c else
where 25c; child's rubbers, 15c; ladies.
24c: men's, 39c. SELBY, 1903 Pa. ave
HORSES CLIPPED by electric power,
S1.75. 003 G st. nw. del6-l mo-cm
VLRY low piices in men's and bo vs' cloth
ing for the holidays; men's "all-wool
black cheviot suits. $4.70 elsewheie $7.50;
boys' biiits, all .shades and M?e&, 75c, 95c
Sl-25. Si. 50. S2.00 and ?2.50. SELBY
1903 ra. aye. de2l-Gt-em
HIGHEST cash prices paid ror secondT
hand rurniturc, carpets, pianos; entire'
houses; stocks of all kinds. Address JONES,
1004 Mass. ave. nw. de7-3mo
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
Printing 500 cards, 75c: 500 envelones.
5c.; C00 note heads, 76c,; 500 state
ments, 75c; binding magazines, 50c;
miscellaneous books rebound. G. E.
WILLIAMS, G15 7th st. nw. feG-tt
FOU RENT STABLE.
fOR RENT In rear of 918 N. .T. aver
storage rooms: new floor? v-ntur
""hd "-ij siaine; sinus, carriage, and
FOI J K1INT ItOOMS. , J
FOB. KENT 2 furnMied rooms; heat, gns, j
sii.d Oath; low rent. 414 1-2 11 st. nw. j
t'U.c iJ:.x i i minshed; .- roonib: bingle or
en Mnt e; furnished or unf irnlsbed; reason
able terms. 910 N. Y. ave. It ,
FOlClfENl To adults only. 1 or 2 iuiii-
pietely or pattly fur. mom" Tor louse-
keeping; private fnmilv. 112G Gth st.
F0H KENT 1021 fth st. nw.: 2 neatly
fin. rooms on 2d floor: rront and back
rooms: front loom with nlcocs; heat d
as. wiin oi without I'oaid. terms mod
FOU KENT Lovely suites or looms on the
first floor or third -Moor. 1017 14th St. ,
nw. de2 l-3t-em
FOU ItENT $12 will rent 3 nice. unTiir.
rooms on 2d rioor, with bent, bath and
gas. No. GO P bt. nw. de24-3l-em
FOU KENT 2 riont looms for sentlemen,
also 2d flooi for light housekeeping: heat,
gas and bath; teims mod. 221) 1st st.nw.
FOR UE1 Furnished rooms; for gentle
men only. 517 7th st. nw- de24-7t
FOR RENT Furl and tin fur. room; with
or without board. 709 tfth st. nw.
FOR BENT 830 12th st. nw.; bright
rooms; Si and Sltt, furnished, corner
TOR RENT 3 "nice light rooms; light
housekeeping; 2d floor; heat; cooking
ca-. sMb. unliir., $1G; private Ta mil v. 911
N H. ave. de21-3t
FOIt RENT Large, bright.coiiifortubly ftir
nislied rooms; with tioard, terms moderate.
S01 9th t. de24-3C
FOR KN 1 Large, sunny rooms or -i-room
rlnt-'.rt itnprivat.ibatli rooms; rentlow. r,l
N. Y. ave. .corner of 1st st. dcG-tf
FOB HKNT-UNFfKNTnEl') HOOAia
FOR RENT S10. two large and one hall
room; S12 for four; gocd and convenient.
2o 1 st. no. de26'3t
FOR REM Unfur.. largeroom; 3 w incogs,
second floor; heat and gas; S10. 1111
11th st. nw de2t-3t-ein
FOR RENT 2 nice unfurnished rooms: on
2d floor; suitable for light housekeep
ing. andCoiiveuienttoUovt. Printing uifice
125 F sr. ne. de2l-3t
roll RENT Unfurnished or partly fur
nished: 3 oright rooms on the 2d floor;
(suitable for light housekeeping; water on
the tame floor. 1 12 1 Gth st.nw. de21-3t
HOO.MS AND BOARD.
FOR RENT-No. 210 N- J. ave. nw.. next
to Maltby, newly fur. rooms, with or
without board: well heated and lighted;
near all oar Hues; Capitol, Library and
schools, room, with board, $18.75 per
month and upward. de2l;Gt-em
FOB RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Six-room brick: good condi
tion; GOG 13th st. ne.; S10.50; al--o 1243
Md. ave.; 0 roomb and bath. Inquire
1211 Md. ave- c21-3t
FOR RENT-Six-room brick; good condl
tion: GOG 13th st- ne. Inquire r md
corner1211 Md. ave. de21-3t
FOR RENT A G-room house; supplied
with water; a large yard; reasonable
refit. 119 K bt. nc. de24-3t
FOR RENT 132 Q bt. nw.; house open;
G rooms, hall, range, bath, gas; new
papering; back building; parking; large
back yard; arranged for two families; im
provements finished; $18.50. de24-3t
FOR RENT Most desirable part of city;
all mod. Imps.; S1.900 unfur.; or $2,500
fur. per year. Inquire at 170 1 R st- nw.
FOB RENT FLATS.
FOR RENT All steam heated; the ".Ma
ples," 1113 11 th st. nw.; the "Laurels,"
2224 N bt. nw.: the "Alpha," 913 G st.
nw.; "Winona riats," 410 to 420 11th st.
ne-: exquisite rooms; single or en suite; love
ly flats, 3 to 5 rooms; fur. or unrur.; $20
and up; I able board if desired. Inquire
on premises or or owner. 514 5th st.nw.,
G:30to7:30p.m. D.H.KENT. de24-3t-em
FOB RENT CAFE.
FOR RENT Furnished care, under flrst
class hotel; centrally located; rent reason
able. Address CAFE, this office.
FOB SALTS AIlSCELr,.VySOI7S.
FOR SALE-Cheap; bicycle repair shop
and renting wheels. CREAMER & CO.,
G15l-ilh St. nw. de25-3t
FOR SALE In good order, a gents' over
coat; Me. 3G. Addresb 501 E st. ne.
FOR SALE 1 Domestic Sewing Machine,
SI 2; oak finish; slightly used; all the
attachments; 5-year guarantee. F"UNKS
SEWING MACHINE EXCHANGE, 327 C
st. se. de2 l-3t-em
FOR SALE A new improved S55 Do
mestic sewing machine; with all modern
anpliances, and the company's guarantee
lor 5 years; must b sold batore Dec. 31, at
great sacrifice. Addiess B.F. C, thlsoffice.
FOR SALE Printing press, suitable for
X-mas present; chace 2 1-2 by 4; self
inker. 1237 30th st. nw de23-3t,em
FOR SALE A good paying grocery busi
ness; bound lo sell; going to Calliornia;
rent, $10.30; store and two rooms. 1st
and D sts. sw. de22-7t
$125 ORGAN reduced to $85; $5 cash
and S3 per mo.; 1 nice square, $05; We
move pianos, pack, haul and ship them.
HUGO WQRCH.923Fnw. del3Gmo-em
FOR SALE-Chribtmas gardens at FRED
REH'S, 418 loth st. nw. del0-15t-em
rotB, monkeys, gold fishes, dogs, pigeons,
canaries, incubators, Bpratm and Austin'!
dog bread; send for catalogue. 8CUilID'S
BIRD 8TORE. 712 12th st. nw. oc8-tf
FOR SALE-$2.98 for 6-ft extension
table; lounges, 52.50; cook stoves, $5;
heater, $2.50; parlor and bedroom suites,
51 psr week: cheap cash and credit. RED
MOND. 313 7th st. nw. oc30-tf,em
VTA XTED- AGENTS.
WANTED New York corporation wishes
agents. .'. M. SCULLY, 402 Sth st.
AGENTS WANTED-For Dr. Drummoncvi
Lightning Remedies Tor Rheumatism; $50
for an incurable case: restores btirr joints,
drawn cords and hardened muscles. If your
dealer has not got these remedies, vve will
send the full month's treatment or two
arge bottles on receipt of $5. DRUM
M0ND MEDICLNE CO., 84 Nassau st
tsew York. sc2G-su.tu,ti-39l;
WANTED For customer, a deep lot in
rJ1 1i?fta,,t t,n e!1Jy Payments. M.
T. C0.KLY,G15 14th bt. nw. ue24-3t-em
mn 01E Gp fc WftD
Way in Which to Reach the People Who Need Help.
OUt C$T M0KQ.
(for men) leads Pll temedles In thi city:
a prompt and permanent euro or no charge;
coiistiluiliou rrco. DiC A1C1C-&HA.N, 71U
12th si. nw. Orrice hours, 10 a. in. to
1 p m., 5 to 8 p. in.; Sunday, 2 to 4 p. in.
de 24-1 mo.
PROF. CLAY Oldest established clairvoy
ant advertising in this city; consult him
on business, lawsuits, divorce, speculations,
sejiarations, love or family troubles; can
tell jou am thing you wish to know: brings
separated husband and wife together;
makes sweetheart or lover true; causes
marriages: removes spells or mjsterlous
reelings: ghes luck: fee, CO cents; houra
loto 10 daily. 489 II st. sw. de23-3t,em
Medium ami card reader: Washington's
most taruous ciairoant .tiid nmi-t. con
hult her on business, love and rainlly af
fairb: reunites the separated: removes'
spells; eautes speedy marriages, and gles
good luck: open dally; German spoken; 25c.
and 5 0c. 929 11 st- nw. de22-14t
OH. NO! WE DON'T crucify the truth:
we are now selling the most elegant I
custom-made suito and oercoats (a tilfle '
worn! for a price that will convince you
or our veracity: how does this .strike 'vou?
JUSTIPS OLD STAND. 619 D kt. "nw.
ine iimxX. able and &ucc&ssful bpecl.-dlst
in cne treatment or an iervous, unronlc.
Skin and PRIVATE DISEASES. BIB
COMPLETE outfit or modern appllunce.
X-RAY; Static. Faradic and Uulvaulo Elec
irlcity enablejj him lo treat with success, ns
peclallyiu Catarrh. Rheumatism. Dsnenslii.
Kidney and Bladder Diseases. Sexual " v.ik- ,
Diseases of Women; fn.o cqoEulintion rrom
toU. Glu Pa. avjj. nv.- Washington,
D. U. J noio-ti
UCSa. dUltmiu, J1C1I1U1 11IU1U0. 3JpillUS UUU
DRESS SUITS for hire at Uarner's. 7th
and II sts. nolG-tf
EXPERT SPECIALIST. (25 j cars ex
perience.) All private diseases quickly and
permanently cured. SYPHILIS positively
cured in anj btage. Consultutiou free.
Hours., U to X2. to ,5. Tuea..
Ttliir.s. nnd Sat. uvuuiugn, 7 to 8.
No. 002 F st. nw. CloseU Sunday.
In obstetilcs, gold medrll awardPil for tho
Offlco hours from n
a. m. to 6 p
No. 619 Pa. ave. nw.
NATIONAL DEflTAL PAP.LORS
JJ09 F Street North-west.
Gold fillings and bridge work a spe
cialty, at the lowest price; amalgam fill
ings, 50c. full sets of teeth on plntes, $5;
extracting Cltllor br cm nr Innnl u,,-,itr
absolutely painless. 50c; without, 25c. all
work done by experts and guaranteed the
"pi. i" ou ouuuaya nom 10 to 3
The great Clairvoyant and Palmist; ndvlce
and information on all affairs of life:
names In full; satisfaction guaranteed:
fee COcaud Sl.1303O st. nw. de41 mo-em
MME. LA RUE, Medium, tclis past and
-. .Rilsc,nt4 W'es luck; free until New Year's.
1223 1-2 1 bt. nw.: Walk uobtnirn.
-.- iuvuiuni, LUiia utinii jinn
,ii .-sew ii
C.G. SLOAN & CO., Auctioneeis, 1407G st.
TRUSTEES' iSALEOFAN UNDERTAK
ER'S CASKET WAGON.
By v iitue or a certain deed of trust dated
"i. in 189,!- an(1 recorded in liber
215B, folio 81 ct eeq., one of the land
records ot the District of Columbia, and at
the lequest of the holder of the notes se
cured thereby, we will offer for tale at
public auction at the salesrooms of C. G.
Sloan & Co., No. 1407 U street northwest,
the 28th day of December, 1897, at 10
o clock a. in., one undeitaker's casket
Tetms of sale: Cash. The wagon can be
seen prior to the day of bale at the livery
stable or Ernest Burgdorf, No. 418 8th
EDWARD L. GIES.
TV?S,4,iE 0F Tw0 TWO-STOR Y
FRAME DWELLINGS, ON .MILK HOUSE
FORD ROAD. NEAR BRIGHTWOOD,
By virtue of a certain deedof trust, dated
?,?.I&ein,D,;.r 1S?,1895 ancl recorded In liber
2016, folio 287 et. beq., one or the land
records of the District of Columbia, and
at the request of the holders of the notes
secured thereby, we-'hvill sell at public
""Vl"V" '" .nom ouiiito nremlses. on
WEDNESDA Y, JANUARY 5, A.D. 1898,
? -i ??ck R' "i" ." following debcrlbed
real estate, situate intnif? f-nnnt.v nr wnkh.
ington, District of Columbia, to-wit: All
that part ot lot numbered one (1) or Nor
ment's subdivision of Hersy Butler's estate,
contained in the fnilovvimr motno nn.i
bounds: Beginning at a stone planted on
the north bide of the Milk House Ford road,
being the southwest corner of the original
lot numbered one (1); thence north along
the west line of Baiulot one (1), one hun
dred and seventy-five feet (175); thence
Vr all eiiy.cxmnfe. narallel with said
Milk House Ford road, fortyreet(40); thence
in a southwesterly course parallel with the
first line mentioned., to the north side of
said road, one hundred and beveiity-five
(175) feet; thence, along said Milk House
Ford road forty (40) teer. to the beginning,
containing seven thousand (7,000) square
feet of ground, more or less.
Terms ot sale: Onfe-hair. (1-2) of tha
purchase money to be paid in cash, balance
in two equal installments, in six (6) and
twelve (12) months, with interest at six
(6) per cent per annum, secured on the
property sold; or all cash, at tho option
of the purchaser. a deposit; of fifty
dollars (S50) will bn rennired at the time
of sale. All conveyancing and recording
at purchaser's cost. Terms of sale to be
complied with within ten (10) days from
day of sale, or tne trustees reserve the right
to resell at the risk andcost of defaulting
purchaser, or purchasers, nfter rive (5)
days.previousadvertistMnentof such resale.
ROBT.E. L. WHITE,
GEO. W. WHITE,
,.. , , . . Trustees.
Webster Law Bldg., No. 505 D st. nw.
J.E. FRECHIE& CO., general auctioneers,
316-18 8th st. nw.; furniture sales every
Tuesday and irrlday. lb a. m.; crockery
trade sales Thursdays 10 a. m.; consign
ments received dally for above sales.
Tho Alorniii, Jivening: and Punil.iy
Tinico for tlfty cents a month
of Munich, Bavaria: treato Bucccssruny f 1706 it I ate'nw'.Vtone'iTrms '
woman's complaints and Hrcgularities. prl- M st. bet lhth anil Tllth nw'b'h
vatc san taiium for Iniiips bro. nmi,,.. -. u '...hr xola aH'1 X'HH nvr' " "
Vy making your wants known in
FOR SALE HOUSES.
Grasp Your Opportunities
Before They Fly Past.
Don't let the chance to own a home
fclip by. You will never have Mich an
opportunity to pur-chafe a home. Prices
are lower now than they will be in the
spring. Strictly model n houses In all sec
tions of the city. Term. S100 or more
cash; balance small monthly payments.
Don't fail to get one of our new Bulle
tins. STONE & FAIRFAX.
de25-3t S0G F St. N. W.
FOR SALE-No cash down and only S25
per mouth will buy new G-rooni house on
Florida a e. nw., near 3d st. Address
OWNER, thlsorrice. de2G-7t
TOR SALE 2 small houses on easy pay
ments; no cash reouireil. and onlv rem.
and interest required. M. T. COcKEY,
i:tn lath vt ,iA-
i FOR SALE Some of
tliH most rittrne.ilVA
houses on 18th bt.. and at tb most
reasonable prices. JOHN SHERMAN, 010
14th st.nw. delG-tf
FOR SALE AND BENT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS E WAGGAMAN.H17FST. NW.
FOUR-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
1401 IGthstnw.b h, 25 rin.s. ..
G1S F st nw , b h
1114 Ma are sw, b h, 16 rms..
THREE-STORY BRICK AND
HOUSES FOR SALE.
905 K st, nnd 902 and 904 Mass.
. 13tll St. bet T noil II nw. hh. i rma.
N st, bet 31st auu 32d nw, brick
21c- N J ave se, b h. 14 rms
M st, bit .N Cap and 1st, bh.l onus.
1515 28th st nw, ti h, rms
21htst,betL andM nw, bti.uiius
2d st,02t B and C nw, bh.Srius.
2143 Pa avc, and 2140 K si nw...
402 12th st sw, b h, 11 rms
TW0-ST0RY BRICK AND THAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
Gst.bct 2dand 3dnw.bh.7 uns-..
Gth St. but l.uml M T.ur hi. t r..,t
R t. bet mi and 9th nw. b h.Bmn.
( Rbt, bet 0thaiid7thnw,bh,sims..
1120 H.st ue, strand dvvg.bh, buns
905 C st tie, b h. 8 mis
019 Morris place ne, b h, 6 rms
1218 I bt ue, b h, G ims
810 N C ave se, b h, 9 mis
333 E st se. b ii, 6 mis ,
j 38 and 40 Rbtnw, bb,7rnib
iuui-iu2u-23-au and 32 Cook's
3403 to 3 1 1 9 R bt nw, bh, G rms ....
170Gto 1708 34tn.stnw,bh,bims..
BOUSES TOR RENT-NORTHWEST.
Keokuk and 45th st. 9 rmb-.
1418 llthbt, 10 rms
508 R bt, G rms ,
Upper part 1800 9th bt, G rms
423 2d st, 7 rms
1905 4th st, 7 rms
1519 P st, 6 rms
46th st( Wesley Heights), 8 rms
1433 Ohio ave, 8 rms
1307 Gth st, G rms ,
lGMSthst, G rms
530 21st st, 6 ims
1602 8th st, G ims
Upper part 102 G st, G rms.... ,
HilO 8th st, 6 rms
2207 I bt, 8 mis ,
2441 M bt, G rms
1532 5th st, 5 rms ,
47 Defrees st, 6 rms ,..
1G02 4th st, 0 rms 1.,
193G 14th st, 5 rms
81G N. II.ave.G rni"
The above Is only a portion of the prop
erty on "iy lwoks. For Tull list call at
officefortHilletlnibsuedoiithe 1st and 15th.
THOS. E. W AGGAMAN, 917 F st. nw.
EXTENSION OF HIGHWAYS IN THE
District of Columbia Washington, I). C,
December 8, 1897. To Whom ft May Con
cern: The commission created by section
2 of the act of Congress approved March
2, 1893. entitled "An act to provide a
permnnent system of highways in that
part of the District of Columbia lying o
6ide of cities.'' has received from the Co
missioners of the District nf fYilumliln n
certified copy of a map showing a pro
posed permanent system of highways in
the District of Columbia within the area
west of Rock Creek. This map and plats,
showing in detail how each lot and tract
Is affected by the proposed system of
highways, are now on exhibition In room
No. 47. fourth floor or tho District build
ing. All persons interested are invited to
examine the map and plats. The com
mission will consider any suggestions or
protests concerning the location or any
highway or portion of a highway as shown
on the map. The suggestions and pro
tests must be in writing and must set
forth clenrlj the reasons for the changes
end show the property owned or controlled
by the objector. All protests, and so forth,
must be submitted on or before the
THIRTY-FIRST OF MARCH, 1898, and
be addressed to the Chief or Engineers,
U. S. Army, War Department, Washing
ton, D. C. The commission will meet April
14, 1898. at 9:30 o'clock a. m., In the
office of the Secretary of War, to dispose
of all objections, and will then hear orally
from those who desire to thus support their
B. A. ALGER, Seoretary of "War.
C.N. BLISS, Seoretary of the Interior.
JOHN M. WILSON,
Chief of Engineers, U. S. A.,
de!0-15t-exS Highway Commission-
FOR SALE BICYCLES.
A SUITABLE Christmas Girt for man,
woman and child. Never berorc have
such values been orfered in Bicvcles, both
new and second-hand, or high standard
makes, as at present. Columbian, Small
eys, Niagaras, Worlds and Daytons, at
one-quarter their value. Stock on hand
must be disposed or by Jan. 1, In order
to repay advances made by the diiferen
l'.asieiu stoiagc nouses, tne goons ol wmen
have been consigned here. Bought and
taken in storage. NEW YORK CYCLE
CO., 434 9th st. nw. Ue21-7t
Mount Vernon Railway.
From Station i:j 1-2" St- & Pn. Ave.
in r;nect November 14, 187.
For Alexandria (SundaH), 7.45, 8.45.
!)". 10.30. 11 ir.ii ... 1'nilnnnn. lO.Jn
1-30, 2.15, 3.00, 3 45. 4.30, o.lo, 6.0O.
0.f5, 7.30. 8.15. 9.00, 10.00. 11.20 p. m-
10.05, 11.05. 11.00 a. in., 12.05. 1.15,
2.05, 3.59, 7.00 p. m.
For Mount Vernon Sundays). 7.45, 9.45
o. in., 12.00 noon, 2.15, 3.45 and 6.45
For A rllngton and A oueduct Hrldg (week
Cays), 8.00. 8.59, 10.05, and 11.00 a. ra.,
12.05, 12.20. 1.15,2.05. 2.40, 3.20: 4.15;
5.J0, 0.05, 7.0G and 8.00 p. ra.
For Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge
(Suudayi i, 7:15, 8:45. 9:40. 4 0:30 11:15.
a in., 12:00 noon. 12:45, 1:30, 2:15.
3:00, 3:45, 4:30. 5:15, 0:00, 6:45.
7:30. S:I5 p. in. '
Baggage checked free for passengers
holdiug fit-class tickets at station. Bi
cycles. 25 ceuta each. Parcels carried.
IbioiiKli Hip G Kindest Scenery of
Auiorion, All Truliii VuKtibuled,
Electric I.iglitcd, Steam Ileated.
All 3IeuK Served in Dining; Curs.
.Station Sltli ond B StrcetH.
Schedule In efrect Nbvembcr 14. 187.
2.20 I. il. JJA1L Cincinnati and St.
Louis Special Solid train for Cincinnati,
Pullmun Sleencrs to Cincinnati, Lexington.
Louisville, Indianapolis, and St. LouU
Without change. Parlor Cars, Cincinnati
to Chicago. Connects at Covlnstou. Va..
lor Virginia Hot Springs.
II 10 J. M. DAILY F. F. V. Limited
Solid train for Cincinnati. Pullman Sleep
ers co Cincinnati. Lexington, and Louis
ville without change, open for reception
of passengers at 9 p. in. Pullman Corn
pertinent Car t0 Virginia Uet Springs, with
out change, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sat
urday.". Sleepers, Cincinnati to Chicago
and St. Louia.
10:57 A. M.. EXCEPT SUNDAY Parlor
Car. Washington toRichmondand Richmond
to uir. roini. only rail Hue. via renn.,
IL. F- & P.. and C. & O. Railwuya.
2:20 P. M. DAILY For Gordonsville.
Charloltesvllle. Maunton. and for Rich
mond, daily, except Sunday.
Reservation and ticket at ChepeaUo
and Ohio office", 513 and 1421 Pennsyl
vania avenue and at the station.
H. W. FULLER.
nolG-a.m-tr General Passenger A gent.
JJorfoIk & Vashmgton
Every day In the y",r Tor Foriresa
Monroe. Norrolt, Newport Ncvb and
all points South by lite superb, ixm
erful steel palace fc learners, "New.
port News,' "Norfolk" and "Wash.
ingtoiii" uu the lollowing schedule:
Leave WasMngton 7:00 p m.
Leave Alesinilria. 7:3o p.m.
Arrive Fort Monroe 7:00 a.m.
Arrive Norfolk 8:00 a. m.
Arrive Portsmouth 8:15 a.m.
Leave PorUmontn 530 p.m.
Leave Norfolk 6:10 p-m.
Leae i-ort.MonriH 7:20p.rn.
Arrive Alexandria 6:30 a. m.
Arrive Washington 7:00 a.m.
- Visitors lo Chati-bcrCtn'onew hotel.
"The Hygcla" and Virginia Beach
will find thM the most attractive
. routcilnsoriug a comfortable nlgtjfa
- Large and luxurious rooms heated
. bv steam and fitted throughout with
. electric lights. lUuiug-room service is
. a la carte, and ia supplied from lbs
- - best that the markets of Washington
and Norfolk afford.
. TirkcU on tale at U. S. Espreia
office, 817 Pennsylvania avenue. 513
Gil?. 1421 Penusjlvtiula aienue. B.
. & O. ticket office, corner 15th street
. and New York avenue, and on board
steamers, wheie tiiue table, map. etc,
can also be bad.
Any other information desired will
be furnished on application to the ud-
dcrslgncd at the company's wbirf,
foot of 7th st.. Washington. O O.
Telephone No 750.
uallaua.s., ucucrai Manager.
MONEY WANTED A.VD TO LOAN.
LO'aNs, ai.VJJK ON FUHNTrcitE"
Loans malleoli Furniture, Pianos, Horses,
Wagons, etc., at lowesi rates and quickest
possible time. 'trjc:ly confidential, l'1-a.-.e
call bcrore securing loans elsewhere.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO
Glo F St. U W.
MONEY loaned in sums rrom S5 to S50
to reliable parties; no collateral required;
open evenings. ROOM 8, Central Jild'g.,
9th and Pa. ave. del7-lm-em
YOL CAN borrow money on jour furniture.
carpets, pianos, uidee.. etc. NORTH
WhM bTORAliE HuCSE,31G-18 bill nw.
-A NEW PLAN.
$10 TO SI, 000 TO LOAN
ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS.
HORSES. CARRIAGES. ETC.
Without removal from Kisscsshir.of owner
You can have the money the day you
apply ror it. Payment on the principal,
of any amount, will be received at anytime,
which will lessen cost of loan.
MOST DESIRABLF- TERMS.
No cost to vou if loan U not made.
Please mil for further Information.
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.
LOANS mace on approved collateral, such
as life policies, stocks, bonds, building
association bharcs, syndicate certificates,
etc. No delay YERKEd tt BAKER, II lo
F st. Take eleva tor tf
MONEY TO LOAN at 5 and 6 per cent,
security, real estate in District of Colum
bia, no delay beyond an inspection of prop-
eity and examination or title
E. ACKER. 7 1 14 14th st nw
MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 upward, at 5
and 5 1-2 per cent on D. C. real estato:
$250, $500, etc., at 6 per cent; all
transactions conducted with economical
consideration for borrowers.
WILLIAM H. SAUNDERS & CO .
oplG-tf 1407 F st. nir.
SPI RITUALISM Typographical Hall.
425 G street northwest: Sunday evening,
8 o'clock, MRS. ZOLLER, asMsted by an
other medium. Spirit test.s, psychometric
readings, questions answered, etc. Seances
Tuesday and Friday evenings at residence.
No. llo2 ev: York avenue (Eleventh and
l streets northwest.) It
SPIRITUALISM Madam NolairvvilThoId
a circle at her liarlors, 802 7th st-nw.,
at 8 p. m.; silver collection; sittings daily,
50c and $l- It
LOST Ladles gold hunting case-watch;,
chain and cross attached; name on Case;
on 7th st. or Penn. ave. Return and re
ceive reward to 907 H st. nw. dc2G-3t
LOST Black aud white's t. Bernard and
Newfoundland dog: with collar and tag
No. 1,422. Return to C. W. TERRY, 323
4 1-2 st. nw. and receive reward. It
LOST Thursday, Dec. 23; pug dog; name
Dimple. $5 reward if relumed to 127
D st. nw.; or for any information for his
present whereabouts. It .
LOST Diamond ring; from 13th and the
Avenue to 1825 18th st."nw. Return
to 1825 18th st. n w and receive reward.
LOST Pocketbook with S35, bills; 2
gold pleees; lady's watch chain, with
cross attached. Return to JOHN FUR
CELL, 1421 1-2 P st. nw. and receive
LOST Small pug dog; anbwers to name
or Dimple. Liberal reward if returned
to 127 D st. nw. , dc23-3t-cm
LOST Ladies' gold watch and fob; mon
ogram M. D.; full name on Inside plate.
Liberal reward if returned to 2020 II st.
FOUND Package, Dec. 24. at 11:25 p. m.:
package owner can havesamcbyapplylng
at 700 4th st. ne. W. F. BLA YDE8.
Do you icnovv that yon can b-o
The jjloriiinir, Evening and Suudn."
Timef, the only COMFTJETF. iicv
pnper )iiblisiicd in "VVnsiiiimtoii
nerved to you by carrier for flXty
cculs a mouth?
in nueei ovciuner 14, ian.
4 'or Alexandria (week days), 0-10.7.05,
9 7.35, ex.: 8.00, 8.35. 8.50, .C0, 10.05.
ex.; 11.00. 11.45 a. m.: 12.05. ex.; 12:20.
4 1.15, l..jrj, 2.05. ex.; 2.40. 3.20. 3.G9.
ex.- 4.15, ex.; 4.50. G.05, 6.20, ex.;
! ?2 G-05- cx-: G--'0, 7.0G. '8.00. 9.00,
5 10.00. 11.20. 11.59 n. m '
'KP & Ohio Ry-
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
-,n, .. STREETS
P-ftJg Mmns Cars. Harrtt-
UHi' .4- M. PEAiNSYT.VAN'TA TIMITRH
.. v huauui
Cln,r,MTV.onr Cars- Harrlsbug to CiiKago.
taSJi ?.,aIn,l,,ana,,,ls' St- LoUl8 C,u-
amfti "euu- "u"el iar,or car "
10 50 A
AI. rAST LINE Pnllmin Tllirr
t ..-., r;-'"s wt iamuou
rtkh.ir..ru ,eeP'"gnnd Dining Cars liar-
IJSDur In st I ...lit. v,i i.. .n r.. .
clonatD and i Chical-o "'"' "" IM" ""
"J c-.M- VF.SiiiuA EXPRESS-PuR-
n.i ,?,eeP'n Uflr to PJttshurg, Chicago,
to Chica"o tf to clcvcJlstJ fining Car
7 Pniiminci1 TWESTi-.V EXPRESH
Pitr.i,.?.0 S,c.eP.lne Cara Washington to
i.m r," aQM Harrlsburg to St? Loul
m H c'nc,,n.uay- Inintr Car.
n iV il. PACIFIC EXI'RESSPdll.
7?i eePln ar t0 Plttaborg.
"Tpnrt'Jur AanK' GauancLiigua. Itoohc.
ter and Niatpira. Falls. xJailr.txccyt Sua-
20V,S'..fSr Jnj'ra nnd Renovo daUy.
a. Si!adajr- or Wuuamsport daulr.
jif.1'-,,'''; fw Wlliiamsporr. Rochester,
Con?ai ?aa Ntosswa Folia daU7.
H' Baturday. witn Sleeping Car.
t ,sn,ngtoa to Raffalo.
t in?f n?0r E'l iiaandalKua. Koce
ler, Uaffalo anu Niagara Fal dmUy.
Pullman Sleeping Car WuaTjlagcou W
Rochester Saturdaya only.
1 ox- l liiludeiidiui, .New lorU and tbo
4,04J..,P m, "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
K r?' .dttlIy. alt Parlor Car?, wltli nia
luf tTXlu ilaRlnwre. Regular at 7:0ci
txumug Can k-iiii (.tin i., mi i .n.ilti.-
J-urj and ll:oo (Lhilng Car rrom WU
inlugton; a. iu , 12:45, a.15, 4r20, G:50.
Jp.-bo and 11:50 p. m. On Sunda". 7 00
in., vvcek-daya. xpriK,,l2.i5p.m. weak
days. 2.01 and 5.40 p. iu. daily For
.Boston, without cbauge. 7.50 a- m. week
days, and 4.20 p. m. daily.
tor Baltimore. 0.25. 7.oo. 7:50. 8:00,
a.OO, lO.Oo. 10.50. and 1I.OO a. m..
32:15, 12.45, 12.50. 2.01. 3:15. 3:40
14.00 Limited!. 4.20. 4:3U. 6:40. 6:lri,
'5o, 7:20. .o oo. io 4o. 11.15, and
ll:o0 p. m. On Sundav, 7.00, 8.00.
9.00, 9.05, 10.50. 11.01) a. nu. 12,15.
1.15, 2.01. :j.m. 3,4t. 14.O0 Limited).
4.20. 5.40. 0.15, G.50. 7.20, 10.00.
10.40. and 11.50 p. in.
for i'ope m t'reeK Line, TJSO a. m- and
4.3U p. m. daily, except Sunday.
For Aunauolld, 7.00. OJ)0 a. m- 4.20
and 5.40 p. m. daily, except Sunday.
Sundays, y.oo a. in. and 4.J0 p m.
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Florida
and pointu on Atlantic Coast Line. 4.3U
a. nx, 3.40 p. ni. duilv, Richmond only,
10.57 a. m. week-days. Atlanta Special.
via LiChmoml and seaboard Air Lme.
4.40 p. in. dally. Accommodation ror
tuantico, 7.45 a. in. dally, and 4.23 n.
For Atlantic City (via Delaware Rlvai
Bridge, all-raii route), 3:15 p. m. dally:
via Marker, street wharf, 1 0.Oo and 11:00
a. m.. 12"15 y. m., week days.iud 11:30
p. m. dally.
For Cape May, 11 00 a. m. week days.
tl-50 p. in. daily.
Ticket orricea, corntr Fifteenth and O
meet, and at the station, Hlxtu and 3
ctreets. where orders can be left for th
checking of uaggage to destination froca
botela and residences.
J.B. HUTCH INbON.C-eneralManager.
J. K- WOOD. General Passenger Agent.
Schedule In of feet Nov 14. Ib97
Leave -ishmgum I ro . station corner
of New Jersey avenue and C street-
For Chicago and Northwest. Vestibutad
Limited trains 11.05. 11.25 a. m.. 8.0ft
For Cincinnati. St. Louis nnd Indianapo
lis, Express. 11.25 a. hi. V9tibuIod Llo
ttod 3.40 p. ra.. express 11.55 p. m.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, expraet
dally 11.05 a. iu. and 8.50 p in.
For Columbus, Toledo and Detroit. 11.05
Winchester nnd way stations. t8 a- m
t3.40 and t5.30 p. m.
For New Orl-ati-, Memphl', BIrtnlnshara.
ChattaiUM.ga. Kni.K-.lile. Bristol anil itoa
noke, 9.00 p. in. daily; sleeping cars
For Lurny, 3 40 p io dnilr-
For Baltimore, week daya. 5. 6.30.
X7.05, X7.10. X7.30. xS, 8J9. x9J0
XlUUU J- in.. XJ2 00 Ii. . Vl.li'. l IS,
Si. 15. X3.00. 3 20. X4.30. 1 IiS. X5.I15.
X5.10, X5.30. Xb.20. 6.30. X8.00. 8.15.
s.n.20, 11.15. xll-ri p in. and .12.01
plghS. Sundays. x7.05.x7 10, VT 30. 8.30.
xw.OO a. in., xl2.10. xl.lo. l.jo. xa.oo.
3.20. 4.35. ;..5.05. X5.10. 0.30. X8.00,
x9 20. 11.15. XliiO p I.... -st-T.Ol mgnc
For Annapolis, 7 10 and 8 30 a in . 4.30
and 5.30 p in. buudnjs, b.oU a- in.. 4.35
For Frederick, week daya.8, 11.25 a. m
4.3U, 5JO. p. m. Suudayj. 9 a. m., 1.15
For Uagerbtown, til. 05 a. m- and 15.30
For Bovd ond way poln's. week days.
8.00 a. m., 4aJ0. 5.30. 7.03 p. m. Sua
days, 9.00 a. m . 1.15. 7.05 p. m.
For Galthcrsburg and way points, weeX
days, 8. 9. a- m-. 12.50. 3.15. 43S,
5UJ5 7-05. 11.43. p. m. Sundays. 9 o.
m 1.16, 4-33. 7.05. 10.15 p. m.
For Washhigton.l unction and wav point.
8 . m., 4.30. 5.30 p. in. week dayi. 9
a. m., 1.15 U- m. Sunilays.
ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW YORK
ll trains illuminated with Plncsch llgat.
Fur Pniladeliihla. New 1 ort. boston and
the East, week days. 7.05. 8. 10 a. ta,
V' 05 1.15 lall Dlumg Car),3. (3.03 Din
itTir Car). 112.01 tiignt Sleeping Car open
at 10 o'clock). Sundays. 7.00. 0 a. ra.
1116 Dining Car). 3. (6.05 Dining Car),
irol niKiit: Sleeping Car open 1 ti o'clock-
Additional trains for Philadelphia, week
days, diily. P- no-
Parlor cars on all day trains.
For Atlantic City, 10 a. in.. 12.0o noon,
and 1.15 and 3 p- ni- week days. 9 a. at
Bunoays. ,nnr -
For Cape May. 12.05 nooa.
tir.orr. Snnia.v. xEXDress trains.
Biccacc called Tor and checked from face
tela and residences by Union Transfer Co.
cm orders left at ticket offices. 019 Penn-
.la or.fl rpHlfl.
on orders left
vlvanla avenue nonnwesi, .ew ror
J" , L.-ir,nr,rri Ktri.pfnnil.-ir. I'pnrvC
avenue j " ,. "xiVnViKT'
WM. Al. ur.cu-".
D. IS. MARTIN.
rassengcr StaUon. BanyUK
ri,..7iotte aud way stations, connect.-i ac
S"S for Straiburg. Harrison bare and
taunton, dally, except Sunday and a.
Lp.cuourg witn the .Norfolk aim Western.
d"i5 n.iB.-Dalty.theUXITEDS TATES
pij't MAIL, carries Pullman Buffet;
Spi-ners New York aud A asiutigtoii to
t-f. Ksonvme. uniting at Salisbury vvith
"oilman Sleeper for Asheville and Hob
,K N. C; KnoXvUIc and Chat
taSaoKa.' Tenn.; and at Charlotte with Pull
mSn Sleeper for Augusta. Pullman i.urre
ii itonor. .nW York to New Orleans, c-onnect-
---- .i.... r.r Ii
.i....,.li Inl'lUT I
day and Saturday to San FranclbCo. with-
OU4'oiapfm. -Local for Front Royal, Straa
burg and Harrlsouburg. daily, except Sun-
4?5lf" p. m. -Dally, local for Charlottes-
llf'tS p. t,,. Dally. "WASIUNOTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN. VEST1BULED, LIM
ITED composed ot Pullman Vestibulctl
sleepers, dining care and day coaches.
Piillmar. bleeptrs Nevv lork to Nas'i.tiie,
Ten to V shevllle. KnoxviKe, and fhat
fanooga: New York to Tampa via Char-
with connection for Aiken. S. C; nvt
York to Memphis, via Birmingham; New
Vnric to New Orleans, via Atlanta and
Montgomery. Yestlbuled day coach Waan
tarton to Atlanta. Southern railway dlulns
car. Greensboro to Montgomery.
TRAINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO
division leavo Washington 9.01 a m.
rtnilv and 4.45 p. m. dally, except Sunday.
SSd G'25 p. m. Sunday only ror Round Hill:
4 32 p m. dally, except Sunday, for Lees
.rjj and 3:2o p. m. dallv for Herndoo.
Returning, arrive at Washington o zts a.
i! and 3:00 p. in. daily, from Round HllL
and 7-06 a. m. dally, except Sunday, from
Herndon, and 8 34 a. m. dally, except Sim
oy. from Leesburg
'Throuch trains from the South arrive a
Washington 6.42 a. ru., 2:20 p. m. and
K d m. dally. Harrisonburg, 12 40 P.
ni and 9:25 p. m. dally, except Sunday,
2nd 8:30 a. ni. dally from Charloltcsvllls.
Tickets, sleeping isxr reservation, and In
formation rurnisbed at offices. 705 J3tn
n. nw.. 511 Pennsylvania avenue, and a
Pennsylvania Railroad Passi-rr N.atkvo.
W. U. GREEN, Gen. Suj.t
J. AI. CUT.t. 'I ruffle JI,i no-.
W. A. TUUK, Gen. !.. Vyi in:
L i. S. BltOW.G" lijt. i us. lcjjto
Car iinr?.U "arrisburg Buffet Parlor
KXnre'i.0"15.0 ASI T LOUIS
f ?.n.rCES -Sleeping Car Washington torifc
jm K S n jl a f a
mas." Connects at Lynchburg wit it Uiem
iiHnke and Ohio Railway for Lexington and
K'Jm?i Rriflffe. dally- Solid train. Wasb-
Irti itririi:i m nnil Alrr
m.Aonto New Orleans witlKiut change, bun
:Vl nersonalty conilui :! tourist o.scjrslou
jn tnis tram every v eunes-