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THE WASHING TODS' TIMES. STTETDAT. DECEMBER 9. 1S94.
PRICES TENDED DOWHIARD
Operators Were Anxious to Realize
on Their Holdings.
SUGAR DID HALF THE BUSINESS
Grangers Dropped Eoveral Points on AC'
count of Eeported Opposition to the Bail-
road Pooling Bill Coalers and Cordage
Also Keoorded a Docline Closed Heavy.
New Yoke, Dec 8. The feature of the
speculation on the stock exobange to-day
was the beavy realizing movemoat, operators
showing an anxiety to secure some ol the
profits of tbe.recont advanee. Consequently
the trend of prices was downward, there be
ing, however, occasional rallies duo to the
closing out of short contracts by traders who
preferred to be out ol the market over Sunday.
More than one-half of the day's business
was done in sugar, the final sale being y&
above the lowest point touched.
ILe abandonment by the directors of tLo
company of the project to isbue a statement to
Ptockholders was the subject of much talk on
tho street to-day. wbicu was not at all compli
mentary to the members of the trust, but as
the threatened danger of a revision of tho
sugar schedule of the tariff bill seems to have
been arretted tbere is no immediate necessity
on their part to show their hands.
The grangers, eotders, and cordage all re
ported declines. Market closed heavy.
.New 1 ork Stock Tschansc.
Furnish od by Slteby & Co . banters aud
trokers, aletropollian Bank Building, Fifteenth
street, opposite Treasury, Washington. D. C
On. HlchLow Closing
American Tobacco. S4V 9W 84 9i
Rai Mate ta SSv4 :" 22fc 24
C C t 886 856 3si 8S
Canada Southern HM 60 50t 504
C , B. i. Quiucy 726 71i 71
Chicago Gas . 72j 73 72 72
Del Lack, and Western.. 100 100 160j 180&
Distillers & CatUe Fdrs.. S 9V 9 9
General Electric Co 355? 36fc 85ki 3-iVs
J ney Central 9S 93 S- 92i
Louisville A. Nashville.... 5JJ 5J! S3$s 58
Lake Shore 186 1S6 6 136g
Lafct E-ie fc West 17 17 1. 17
Manhattan 107J4 107 105t 105S
Missouri Pacific 2svs 25 2s6 24
Northwestern 96J6 4 M 9
Northern Pacific pfd IS 3b 17, 17
NctionalLead 4m 41 40J4 41
New Yore ContraL 99J$ 9 9t 09J$
Omaha .-. 34fc JH4 S4H 31
Ontario & Western. 154 154 IMS 15J
PaalicMaU. 2 Sty, 23 S2J4
1 taljiip: 346 15i 14j 15
Rock Island 62 & 6iki 62fc
Southern Pacific 19& 19& 1'4 19V
fcouthern Railway. 12 12 11& :i'
Southern K'y jiref erred SSHi 88 87J 87i
St-Paul J 688 5S
Sugar Trust 2 91B 9
aenneseeeCoai&lre-n.... 1H4 ltU 16 1CW
Lnion Faciflc. 12 12 12 12
1 s Cordae K K K
VestprnCaion Bsi a 6i 8$4
abash preterreC 1 14 U 14
Wheel. fcL. 106 lOJs 16
V abbington Stock Kxchangc.
Sales regular cU 12 o'oiock m. Washing
t:nLight Infantry 2d7, 1985, 660 at 103. Ar
Liigton Tire Insurance, 36 at 150. Riggs Fire In-B-iranre
Company, 100 at 7 National Union
Government bonds U. S. 4s, registered, 114J4
t.I: 11 asked. V. b. 4s, coupon, 135 bid. U. b.
Cs, 119 bid.
Jistnct of Columbia Bonds 90-yer fund 5s,
1 J bid. 30-year fund be, gold, 110 bio.
Viator Stock 7s, 1S01 currency, 117 bkl
A, iter Stock 7s, 1908 currey, 1) Wd.
S oob, i undine, currency, 314s bid. 8o, regis-f-cl.
2-10s. 100 bid
iliBcellaneous Bends Washington and George
twn Railroad oonv. 6s, 1st, 18o bid, 135 asked.
W L-hinRton and Georgetown ltailroad oonv.
bs -. Hi bid, lo5 auked Vietropoliian Railroad
c qt Ob, 10214 bid. 105 asked Belt Kailroad5s, 77
t . 1, j abked Bckington Kailroad- 9b, W0 JJM.
I . askod Columbia Jtallroad 6b, TCTjid lOS
a ed Washington Gas Company 6s, series A,
II b,i Wasbingum Gas Company bs. series B,
i; j t)id. 117 naked. t asuineton Gat com-
cy conv 6s, 1M bid, V. S Electric
Lt conv. 5s. 125 bid. Chesapeake and
Potomac Telephone 5s, 10j bid, 108
c.hoi American Security and Trust 5s, F.
ai.il A., 100 Ud. American Security and
arst5s,A and O., 100 bid. Washington Market
C mpany 1st Gs. 108 bid. Washington Market
C mpany imp. 6s, 10S bid. Washington Market
Crapauy e. 6s, 15 bid. Xnsonic Hall Associ
nt.on5s. 108 3id. Washington Light Infantry
Is: Cs, 99 bid. Washington Light Infantry 2d
73, u bid
National Bank stocks Bane of Washington,
Sjj L.J, 320 asked. Bank or Republic, 270 bid.
Metropolitan, 260 bid, 303 asked. Central,
E2) Lid. farmers' and Mechanics, 200
a ked Second, 1 bid, 150 asked. Citizens .
ICO bid. Columbia, 180 bid Capital, 115 bid.
es nd, 107 bid, 10bl asked. Traders', 102
1i X lu-fci asked. Lincoln, 96 bid. Ohio. 7m
Sale Deposit sad TrHst Companies National
Safe Deposit and Trust, 180 asked. Washing
ton Loan aud Trust, 1 JO bid, 12 1 asked. Ameri
can Security aud Trust, 13tV4 bid, 136 asked
A ashingtou Saff Deposit, 100 asked.
Railroad totocks Washington and George
fr r., Jrm hid. 815 asked. Metropolitan, 70 bid, 76
nsked Columbia, 59 bid, 65 askd. Beit, SO
hi J 3J asked, bckington, 80 bid, 40 asked.
Gas aud ilectnc Light Stocks Washington
Gas, 47 bid. 43 &sk-d. Georgetown Gas, 50
t 1 T S Electric Licht. JSr bid. 124 asked.
Insurance Stocks Firemen's. 39 bid, 45 asked.
Ir-iik-iii, 55 bid. Metropolitan, 70 bid C r-eo-ii
j7 bid Potomac, 71 bid. 7&J4 asked. Arliug
t:n 140 bid, 150 asked German-American. HO
t 1 National Union, 160 bid. Columbia, 13 b'd,
1 j asked. Riggs, 7 bid, 76 nsked. People's,
5' j bid o-i, asked. Lincoln, 7 bid, 1 asked.
CiTi mercial 4 bid.
I ltle Insurance Stocks Real Estate Title, 108
k, J, 1 asked. Columbia Title, 7U bid. 8W asked.
Teleiihone Stocks American Graphophone, 4
t J, I -s asked. Pneumatic Gun Carnage. .27
t.l Jt nsked
Miscellaneous Stocks Washington Market.
i;'' bid, IS afcked. Great Falls Ice. 189 bid, 145
aked orfolk and Waeliington Steamboat, 96
t. J. Lincoln Hall, 85 bid. Mergentlialer Lino
type, 331 bid, 310 asked.
BiXTlMOfiE, Dec 8. Flour dull unchanged
rc-eipts, 7,88 barrels; sales, 4,000 barrels.
Wheat eve&dy spot, S8&60; December, MjaOO;
January, 60Ja61; February, Cla62; May, 68)$
t 54; si emer No. 2 red, 57n57l4 rec-eipte.
1i III bushels; stock, 1,101,511 bushels; sales,
14,003 bushels; Southern wheat by sample, 60
a ; Southern wheat on grade, h!SHfyi.
C -n weak spot, 4afca50; year, 49a50; Janu
&T. j"a5094; May, !wH asked: steamer mixed,
" i4X receipts, 87,548 bushels; stock, 503,888
t shels; sales, 13ti.500 bushels; ionlhern
w!i to corn. 45a50; Southern yellow corn,
4 i''j4. Oats firmer No. S white Western, 3Sa
SM j: Na Smixod Western, 84t285 receipts,7,500
t shels; 6took, 182,681 bushels. Rye nominal
'No. 2, 5o56 receipts, 803 bushels; stock, 85,
17 bushels. Hay steady good to choice timet-y,
12.508.18 00 Grain freights steady, un
cl .ngod. Butter and eggs steady, unchanged.
CLoese market firm for fancy New York HO
Be, 11; do 80 sUe. 184; da 28 size, 12).
Chicago Grain and Produce .Markets.
Furnished ly SUsby Jt, Co.. bankers and
tr kers, JfotropolUan Bank Building, Fifteenth
B'reet, opposite Treasury, Washington, D. C
New York Cotton.
Vcnth. Open. High. Low. Close
jeeuary o.ou a.o 5.59 5.61
1 c bruary.. .... .
rarch 587 5.71
Liverpool Cotton .Markct
IrvERMBt,Dec. Closing Cotton Spot dull;
p-i'cs lower; Asaericaa middling fair, Z 2S-3M.;
ood mfcMMng, t 9-tSC; American mldulius,
Open-' High- Low
ing, j est est
645 M74 515$
m 59jl 59Jg
t7H " m
&0 & 49)
8 Sf 82
12.00 12.00 12.00
11.B6 12.00 11.95
12.32 12.85 12.82
6.82 6.85 6.65
6.S2 6.83 632
6.00 6.00 5.P7
5.97 5.S7 5.97
Sd.; low middling, r2 l-32d; good ordinary,
2 S7-32d.; ordinary, 2 21 -Sid. Tho sales of tho day
were 6,003 bales, of which 500 were for specula
tion and oxport, and lucludod 5,200 American.
Rocolpts, 19,100 bales; all American. Futuros,
changed during tho day but slight; crop movo
jneut Increasing; closed quiet at tho de
clina Ameriiau middling 1. in. c, December,
8 2-64a3 3-64; December and January, 3 2-GSn
S 3-51d.; Jnnuary aud February, 8 2-01 a3 3-04 d.;
February and 31 nrch.S 4-64o3 5-G4d.; Jlarchnnd
April, 3 4-64a8 5-04 d.; April and Mny,3 (MS4d.. sell
ers; May and June, 3 7-64u8 S-Gid.; June aud
July. 8 1-C4d., sollors; July and August, 3 10-64
aS ll-61d.; August and September, 3 W-Gtd.,
ELECTIONS OF OFFICERS.
Q. A. H., U. V. V., V. A. A. M., Sons of Vet
At a meeting Friday night of 17e3'nolds
Post, No. C, G. A. IL. tho following officers
wore elected- Commander, Edmond Cotter
ill; senior vice commander, Edwin T. Atkin
son; junior vlco commander, John H. Hoag
land; quartermaster, L. B, Parker; chaplain,
Rev. "W. H. Gotwald; officer of tho day. John
Einu.; and officer of the guard, W. II. Moore.
Kepresentatives to department encampment,
Bev. W. IL Gotwald, M. M. Lewis. F. h.
McKenna, and V. 31. O'Bryon; alternates, II.
M. Bennett. Augustus Ridgely, Charles Sher
wood, and John Finn.
At tho regular monthly meeting of tho St.
Teter's Commandcry, No. 134, It. C. U.. of
tho Knights of St. John, officers word
elected as follows for tea ensuing year:
President, Joseph J Jennings; llrst vice
prosident, John F. Gates; second vico presi
dent, J. A. McCarthy: recording and cor
responding secretary, Daniel Sullivan; finan
cial secretary. John'E. Taylor. Military offi
cers as follows: Captain, Joseph J. Jennings;
first lieutenant, John F. Gntes; second lieu
tenant, Alfred J. Rouspies; first sergeant,
Michaol Noonnn; second sergeant, Johu Con
ner, corporal, John E. Taylor; quartermaster
sergeant. Daniel AY. Neligan; standard bear
ers. William Harnedy and Michael Sussan.
Encampment, No. Ill, TJnlon Yeteran Le
gion, has elected tho following officers for tho
ensuing year: Colonel, f. J. Shannon; lieu
tenant colonel, William T. Picrson; major,
Herbert Ray; chaplin, P. II. demons; quart
ermaster. F. R. Sparks; surgeon, P. Metzsor;
officer of tho day, "William Wilson; trustee,
U. S. Loudormilk.
Myron M. Parker Lodge, No. 27, F. A. A.
M.. has elected tho following officers for tho
ensuing year: Zacbary T. Jonkins, W. M.;
Homer F'ellows, S. W.; George P. Thayer, J.
W., John A. Mover, secretary: Thomas A.
Terry, treasurer; Thomas B. Crisp, M. of C;
M. Sinister. S. D.; C. Pennington. J. D.; Wil
liam F. Mackey, S. S.; Zachanah Turner, J.
S.; Ira G. Phillips, tiler; George T. Htinsell.
trustee. Homer Tollows. delegate to M. B. of
R.. and P. W. Smith and William F. Mackay,
delegate and proxy to St. John's Mite Asso
ciation. The annual election of officers of Gen.
John A. Logan Camp, No. 2, Maryland divi
sion, Sons of Veterans, U. S. A., for 1S93, took
place Thursdf y evening. December C. The
following gentlemen were elected to fill the
places-. William F. Mackay, captain; A. W.
Root, first lieutenant; S. S. Symons, second
lieutenant, camp council. D.JW. Beach, jr., A.
W. Root, and Edward Tayior; de!egate-at-large,
William II. Meilak alternate. Charles
A. Matson: delegate, Edward French; alter
nate. A. IL ke.m; installing officer, Tost
Capt. C. T. Conrad. On Thursday evening,
Deoeml er 13, tho camp will hold one of their
pleasant camp fires, and on Saturday. De
cember 15, will visit division headquarters to
, meet tho commander-in-chief.
I Columbia Council, No. 433. N. U., at a
I meeting held Saturday night, in Tygogruphi
cal Temple, elected tho following officers for
I the ensuing year: President. William B.
Reilly; vice president, George W. Cos;
speaker, W. Q. Lowd; er-president. W. J.
Hendricks; secretary, Joseph E. Casey; finan
cial toerctaay, John E. Hammond; treasurer,
George Fordham; chaplain, A. L. Curty.
usher, H. C. Watson; sergeant-at-nrms,
George K. White: doorkeeper, W. T. Keilv;
trustees, J. M. Craig, W. Q. Lowd. W. J.
Hendricks; medical osaminer. Dr. A. C. Ad
ams; delegntes to cabinet, William B. Reilly,
W. Q. Lowd. J. E. Hammond; immediate re
lief, AY. Q. Lowd; D. C. A., F. B. S., J. M.
SAFELY THROUGH THE WEEK.
Gales Still Retains Her Lend in the Great
Another week has brought the contest for
The Times Chickering piano so much nearer
to its termination.
The first place still belongs to Gales. Brent
and Blake have been second choices and to
day sees Brent next to Gales with noarly
23,000 votes to her credit. There are myste
rious rumors, however, that Blake and Jones
will have something important to say before
another week is out.
Through a mistake of the type3 Eastern
High bebool was credited with 222 votes,
when she had only 131. To-day's totals aro
Corcoran..... 1, ,v
Business High Scnool 311
Eastern High School. 331
Cemrau'ilgh School 09
Smallwood . 17
JohnF. Cook g
Colored High School 5
Cranch .......................... 5
The Tmzs' Piano Contese.
The Most Popular Public School Is:
(Name of School.) ,.
Real Estate Transfers.
Deeds of real estate were filed yesterday for
record as follows: William ilayse and John
Mcllveon. trustees, to O. M. Brynntand E.M.
Bryant, original lots 14 and 15, square 1097,
6090. William Collins and wife to James 31.
McKenna, part lot 24. aquaro 469, $10. James
M. McKenna to Ellen Collins, same property,
S10. John Paul Jones and wife to A. D.
Raub, lots 16-21, block 3, West EckinRton,
10. Marpr.ret SllbernaRlo to William M.
Crawford, part lot 22, square 50. subject to
2,500 trus;, for 810. Isaac S. Filbert et al to
R. Y. Filbert, lot 65, square 218, 85. John H.
Jungbaus and wife to A. H. Kanode,
lot 6, 'square south of square 1027,
subject to 2.000 trust, $10. E.
J. Delalmnty and wife to J. F. Bancroft, lot
3, sqnr.re 20, Georgo Truesdell's addition.
10.000. Charles 15. Maury and Frank T.
Rawlings, trustees to the Arlington Fire In
surance Company for District of Columbia,
lot 162. square S5C, 2.S00. A. P. Tardon
and . W. Jloore, trustoos to Thoo. Tiilmadge.
lot 91, square 151, 10, subject to 81.22G
trust. Same to Cornelia Scott, lot 90, square
151, subject to 1,226 trust, 10. Same to L.
D. Lamparter, lot S3, square 151. subject to
1,226 trust, 10.. Same to C. Scott and L.
D. Lamparter. lot 89, squnre 151. subject to
1,226 trust, 10. Rufus W. Walker and W.
H. Walker, trustees, to L. S. Fristoe, lot II,
block 36, Columbia Heights, 25.424.50.
Berry W. Holman, trustee, to F. W. Bitter",
jr., pnrts of lots 44, 45 Brown's sub Mount
Pleasant and Pleasnnt Plains. 100. Samuel
Schwartz to Clara Fischer, lot 48, square 7S3,
7.200. Samuel Fischer and wife to Samuel
Schwartz, same property, 7,200.
Gordon Seeks a New Trial The attorneys
for Fulton R. Gordon yesterday made a mo
tion in Judge Bradley's court for a new trial
of his damage suit for S25,000 against Whar
ton E. Lester.
VA1, BLATZ BEER.
COMMITTEE OP '96 AT WORK.
Permanent Headquarters Established at
the Y. M. C A. BxiildiiiE Nomina
tions to Committees.
One of tho necessities of the Washington
Christinn Endeavor convention committoe of
169G is pormauont headquarters. These were
provided for at tho meeting of tho committee
vobterdav afternoon. Tho offioials of tho Y.
M. C. A. have placed two rooms of tho asso
ciation building at the disposal of tho com
mittee. These are the directors' and hall
room on the second floor, and at the moctinc
yesterday the sub-committoo on halls. Mr. W.
A. H. Church, chairman, was authorized to
make necessary provision for the suitablo ac
commodation of tho secretary and other offi
cers and members. All inquiries .regarding
arrangements for tho convention of '90 should
bo addressed to Chairman Smith or Secretary
Morgan, in care or tho Y. M. 0. A.
Every member of tho committee was pres
ent vesterday afternoon when Chairman 0.
S. Clark, of the music committee, opened tho
meoting witn prayer, isomumuuus iur aix
members of tho finance, two of the preBS, and
two of tho printing committees woro mado,
aud tho names will be submitted to the exec
utive committee of the union at its meeting
to-morrow evening in tho Yermont Avenuo
Tho question of tho amount of tho bond of
the treasurer, Mr. Percy S. Foster, was re
ferred to the finance committee. Mr. W. B.
Tho preparation of a report to bo submitted
to tho executive committee to-morrow even
ing was tho net businoss. Tho question
was thoroughly discussed by all tho members.
The report adopted is not a lengthy docu
ment, but statos in conciso and clear terms
what has been done up to dato in making ar
rangements for tho convention. It is a sum
mary of business transacted at tho three
meetings, which have bcon held since the
committee was named, and will be read by
Chairman W. H. II. Smith. The meeting ad
journed after prayer by Rov. E. B. Bugby,
chairman of tho committee on entertainment.
Tho circulars, requesting uomluations for
members of tho auxiliary coinmitteo and ap
proved at tho last meeting of tho committee
of 'DC, have been printed and sent to tho
presidents of tho different societies. In ad
dition to the representations from senior so
cieties tho circular provides for members
representing junior societies. Tho commit-
teo of 'AG suggests that the superintendent of
tho junior society be selected, but if for any
reason it'seems desirablo to bo otherwise the
selection should be made from one of the
older and more experienced juniors; and the
committee further suggests that the consent
of th9 parent, or guardian, as well as their
own. should be secured for tins service, ano
replies to these circulars should be made not
later than next Wednesday.
District Courts. . .
PnOBATE Codkt Justice HAQXEnFrO
ccedings in estates as follows: John W. Butler-
will proved by second witness. Samuel
H. Boutwell; petition of Nannlo B. Croswell,
executrix, for instructions. Isabel Kail;
order of publication returnable January 2.
Margaret E. Mitchell; certified copy of will
filed. Lelia B. Hart; will filed; petition of
Josepha H. noughton. executrix, for pro
bato and letters testamentary filed; will
proved by two witne-ses. Annie F. Bulkley;
will proved by one witness.
Ciucuit Coubt. No. 1 Justice Bradley
Judgments by default: National Marino Bank
vs. Simmons; Hoeko va. Anderson; Crosby,
Burton V Co. vs. Hewett; C. O'Day vs. Mc
Cobb; Gordon vs. Lester; motion for new
trial lll"d. Brown vs. Baltimore and Poto
mac Railroad Company; motion for new trial
granted. Weber vs. Gordon &Bro.; judg
ment for plaintiff on agreed statement of
lacts. Glover vs. Cahill A- Co.; motion to va
cnto judgment by default overruled. John
Church Co. vs. Reynolds; motion for new
trial overruled. Lyon vs. Ford; motion to
vacate order of July 17 overruled.
Cibcuit Court. No. 2 Chief Justice Biko
iiam Auerbach vs. Pattison et nl.; demurrer
submitted. Watkins vs. Wasnington and
Georgetown Railway Company; motion to
givo security for costs granted with twenty
days to givo security. Wilson &, Hough vs.
bimmonsot al.; judgment by default. Bonnet
vs. Mallam; motions to quash indictments
overruled and judgment of condemnation.
Aukara vs. Mam et al. (Uvo suits.); motion for
commissions to issue granted. Key Bros. fc
Co. vs. Duffy; motion for judgment under
seventy-third rule overruled.
Equity Court. Division No. 1 Justice
Cnx Dent vs. Dent; cause calendared for
present term. McCullough vs. Benton; pro
conrosso vs. certain defendants made abso
lute; appearance of absent defendants or
dered. Mace s. Maco; testimony before W.
II. Shipley, examiner, ordered taken. Bos-
well vs. Bos well; same order before M. N.
Richardson, examiner; also in caso of n-
I glish vs. English. Ramsey vs. Fidelity Build-
1 Jug and Loan Association, restraining order
and rule returnable December 10, 1894,
granted. Assignment, Nos. 10. and 19 to 29
1 excepting 22.
i Equity Court, Division No. 2 Justice
1 H hjNeh Catherine Y. Supplee, alleged luna
tic; order for writ of inquisition to issue.
J Dunn et al., vs. Leo et. al.; order pro cdn
1 fesso vs. certain defendants. Ashburn vs.
Dunn et a!.; order directing auditor to state
j executor's account. Y'arnek vs. Randlo et.
' al.; order overruling motion for production
' of papers aud order extending time to take
testimony ten days. Bohlayer vs. Bohiayer;
order recommitting custody of children to
i Francis and Roberta Kres. Assignment, Nos.
l SI. 32. 14. 4H, 47. 4. 4"). 50. 52. and ?3.
Criminal Court. No. 2 Justice Cole
I Sextus Wright, forgery: sentenced to Albany
, for two yeurs lrom November 30, 1891. John
Jenkins, second offense of carrying con
, ccaled weapon; sentenced to Albany for three
1 years. Joseph Ruppert, petit larcenv; sen
tence suspended during cood behavior and
I ersonal recognizance, 100. taken. Wiliiam
Fitzhugb, nlins John Taylor, housebreaking;
sentenced to Albany for "flvo years. Edward
Yates, alias Edward Diggs, larceny; sen
tenced to Albany for ono year and one day.
Fine Clothes Bid Not Save Her The police
are still arresting female street-walkers in ac
cordance with the recently issued order on
that subject. In tho police court yesterday
Lizzie Howard, a fashionably attired young
vroman, who was arrested on Eleventh street,
near Pennsylvania avenuo northwest, by Po
liceman Goss, was sent to tho workhouse for
sixty days in default of bonds. LIzzio ad
mitted that she had been a consort of ''High
Card Dick," and other well-known after
dark charactoi s.
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All impediments to marriage successfully re
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Office hours, from 10 a. m. to 12 m., and 2 to 8
p. m. Sunday, from 12 m. to 2 p. m.
Consultation in German and English. de4-5t
THE BRETHREN (DUN KERS) PREACHING
Sonday, 11 n. m.. Golden Cross Hall, 315 Pa.
avo. so.; Btblo-school, 9.45; everybody welcome
W. M. LYON, Pastor.
FOR SALE BICYCLES.
Q FECIAL HOLIDAY PRIZE: A STRICTLY
r1 high grade road-racer of standard mako will
be furnished direct from manufacturer, fitted
with wood rims, detachable tiros, weight 23
pounds, at tho roducod price of $SG cash; former
price $140; tho finest thing built in a high-grado
bicycle, fitted with lamp, tools, repair kit, etc.
'94 FALCON, Lady's, $05. Second-hand Ilartford
pneumatic, $10. Hartford pneumatic, $50. Cen
tuiy Columbia, $40. Spring-frumo Rambler,
tires now, SS3. Victor, lHj inch cushion, rigid
fork (in nno condition), $40. Boy's nneumatic,
SG-ini'h wheels, $20. Two Psycho Tandems, ono
for $25, one for $35. Singer, lfc-inch cushion
tire, $33 Columbia, cushion tire, in lino condi
tion, $20. Two child's tricycles. One large trl
EXTRAORDINARY FINE BARGAINS In A 1
second-hand pneumatic cushion and solid tired
bicycles from $10 up.
FINEST BICYCLE LAMPS In the city, for $1.25;
former price, $2.50.
L. C. WAUL.
de7-3t 811 G st nw., opp, Patent Offlce.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
I70R SALE 100 SHARES OF STOCK OF AN
' CHOH CONSTRUCTION AND ROAD IM
PROVEMENT CO. Fifteen por cent. Income
guarantocd. 1117 G st. nw., room 3 de9-7t
FOR SALE NICE LITTLE JOB PRINTING
office; whole or half interest; bargain; must
dS-3t Inquire at office, 619 E st
IOR SALE A NEAT DAIRY LUNCH ROOM IN
1 a good location, doing a nice business; best
reasons for selling; cost to fit up, $250; every
convenience; low rent and just the place for
some young man wlih business ability and small
capital; will soil to-day for 6100 cosh to desirable
deS-tf BARGAIN, this offlce.
T ADY HAVING NO USE FOR MAGNIFICENT
JL upright piano, nearly new, and ladj's safety
bicycle, will ezchaugo for fine furniture, dia
monds, or will sell choap for cash. B. B., this
TT'OR WHITE LETTERS FOR WINDOWS,
sign numbers for houses, go to 926 Pennsylvania
avenue. ENAMEL SIGN COMPANY. de7-3t
HALLET & DAVIS PIANO CLEARANCE
salo; Imperative closing out sale of choice
pianos; great inducements offered; no resorva
tioiib; agency to be closed and removed; present
agent retiring. H. L. SUMNER, Agent, Sll 9th
st nw no29-lm
FOR SALE GOLD FISHES. FANCY PIGEONS,
Singing Canaries, Mocking Birds, Parrots,
Monkeys, Fancy Poultry, Maltese and Angora
Kittens. SCHMID'S Bird Stores, No. 712 12th st
nw. and 1221 Pa. ave. nw oc3-3m
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOB RENT THREE NICE UNFUR. ROOMS,
with heat, gas and bath, on 2d floor; conve
nient to car line.
dec9-lt 131 Moss. ave. ne.
FOR RENT 3 GOOD ROOMS ON SAME
floor; fur. for housekeeping; 901 I st. nw.;
12 for two rooms or S17 for three; call after 5
p. m. (IMt
FOR RENT 07 RHODE ISLAND AVE. NW.,
two bright rooms, southern exposure, with
heat, gas and use of bath; suitable fur light
houekeeplng. Immediate possession. dec7-3t
TTiOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS-SINGLE
JL? or en suite; day, Tteek or month; trms
reasonable; convenient to street cars. 912 N. Y.
ave. nw de7-3t
TYJE STILL HAVE ROOMS FOR A FEW MORS
1 1 1 boarders at $5.00 per week. Table board,
1 4.C0. Parlors for rent, front or back. WINSTON
UUTJiL. 315 I'a. ave. n w. nol0-3mo
HOUSES FOR RENT.
M9 1ST. NW. FOR RENT A WELL FUR.
vvd 3d-story room; souih front: suitable for
one or two gentlemen; $12 per month; also a
large hall room; 6 por mo ; no light housekeep
FOR RENT-REDUCED TO GOOD TENANT,
7-room brick, cor 5th and Fla a e. nw ;
newly pnpnrod and grained: Immediate posses
sion. Inquire of O NER, 420 Fla. ave. d9-3t
FOR RENT 7-ROOM HOUSE, NO. 2204 I ST.
n-w ' nntnr. rfltj. nnil lnfrnh.a ninini
water closet in yard; J20 per month,
cornor storo, 2200 1 st. nw.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE THE BUSINESS PROPERTY 912
E st n. w Further particulars can be
learned by applying to 3Irs. J. B. PORTER, at
the Fredouia Hotel, H st n. w. noTUm
American Security and -Trust
Company, 1405 G St.
Capital, $1,210,000 Surplus, 5175,000.
Pays interest upon depoaita Acts as ex
ecutor, administrator, guardian, trustee,
&c Loans money on real estate aud col
lateral securities. Acts.as treasurer, assig
nee, nnd receiver. Manages estatos. Col
lects Incomes. Rents safe deposit boxes.
Draws and keeps wills at its expense
where it is named as oxocutor.
C. J. BELL, President
SILSBY & COMPANY
BANKERS AMD BROKERS.
Stocks, Grain, Cotton.
Washington Offlce, Metropolitan Bank Build
ing. Local aud Long Distance Telephone, 505.
Exclusive Private Wiros to New York.
and others whose occupations prevent them
from making deposits during regular bank
ing hours will find it convenient to visit tho
Union Savings Bank, (222 F St. N.W,
which is opon EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
botweon the hours of 8 and 8.
(Four per cont. interest on savings
Often requires additional boat
furnace inadequate to keep It at
required temperature, a Gas
Stove will do It and It won't cost
you much if you got it of us, and
wo will koep It in repair ono year
Gas Radiators, $10 up.
Gas Heating Stoves, $4 up.
Taylor's Flroplaca Heators, $25
Covered Gas Stove Tubing, 7a
Gas Appliance Exchange
1428 N. Y. Ave.
-i V A hero is a handsome w
llttlo Solid Gold Watch A
for a lady stem winder jr
an elegant Xmas gift a,
Q GEO. W. SPIER, 310 9th St.
FOE SALE REAL ESTATE.
BUY A HOME SITE AT
$30 up. 31 down and $1 per weok. Warranty
deed froo. Ten per cent, off for cash. Tuxodo
is on Pennsylvania Railroad, adjacent to Wash
ington, on high ground, overlooking tho city.
Commutation tare, G cents. Station on grounds.
Excursions daily. Tickoti and circulars at
offlco, C23 F st. nw. noSO-tf
FOR SALE $1,000 THE BEST HOUSES IN
Washington for the money; B st. no, brick
house, G rooms and bath, a. in. i, lot IS by 00 to
wide alley; R st, nw., brick house, 0 rooms and
bath, a. m. 1., brown stono to parlor floor, lot
lGxOO tonlley; 3Iarylund avenuo no., brick house,
G rooms nnd bath, a. m. I , lot 10x100 to alloy. E.
Q. GUNSON & CO., Room 21, Atlantic Building.
Ql 9 C( A BAY TO AGENTS SELLING-THE
W liVU Royal White .Motnl Plater or tak
ing orders for plating; trade tocrots, formulas,
recoipls, etc, turuiahod free; a good agent can
mako SO.OOO or$3,000 per year with the Royal
Plater. For terms, ct', address URAY & CO.,
Plating Works, Columbus, Ohio. It
TRAVELING SALESMEN TO SELL THE CELE
brated "Bcllo of Anderson County" caso
goods and other brands of flno Kentucky hand
mado sour-mash whiskies on monthly salary and
exponses or commission; references requlrod.
Address ED MURPHY & CO., distillora nnd
wholesalo liquor dealers, No. 15 Cheapsldo. Lex
ington, Ky. do9-lt
ARTISTS WANTED TWO GOOD ARTISTS
for crayon and pastol work; steady employ
ment Call Tuesday at 10 a. in.
It 359 Ponua. ave. nw.
WANTED BY A YOUNG MAR PIED MAN
and wife a placo as Janitor; llrst class rcf.
Call or address A. II. It,
d9-3t 405 4J4 st. sw.
INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE AGENTS FOP.
now sick bonofit company; best terms; no lapses
Apply 29C0 Olive ave.Qeorgotown. d9-3t
WIDOW LADY WITH ONE CHILD WOULD
like a position as housekeeper or compan
ion and nurso to invalid lady; ref. Call or ad
dress 915 Va. ave. a w. de8-3r
TT7ANTED-TO PURCHASE OR RENT A
V 1 newspaper plant, except press; must bo
In good order and cheap.
de7-3t Address NEWSPAPER, this office.
WANTED THOSE OUT OF EMPLOYMENT
to know that wo lost tho filling of flvo
commercial positions this week because of tho
fact that wo had no members registered for
those places and could not secure them, in time.
Call and Investigate. THE EXCHANGE, 614 13th
WANTED-GROCERY SALESMAN; YOUNG
man to solicit advertisements, good sal
ary; rubhor goods salesman; accomplished white
waiter; -nhite coachman: truck farmer at once.
New positions opou continually. Investigation
solicited. BUSINESS EXCHANGE. 614 13th st nw.
WANTED-LADIES DESIRING ANY COM
merclal or professional positions to in
vestigate tho system used by tho LADIES EX
CHANGE, 614 13th st nw., for securing employ
ment T7 ANTED-POSITIONS FOR A BOOK-KEEP-
or, stenographer and typewriter, office
assistant, Janitor, w&tchman; farm foreman,
engineer, dry goods salesman, grocery sales-
xrith rif-anc vZti S n.,
with references. Employers can secure any
"" "' P. "'""" "?. "'"' yuokuuu ou-
noyanco. BUSINESS EXCHANGE, 614 ISth stnw.
TV ANTED POSITIONS FOR LADY STENOG
1 1 rapher and typewriter, traveling com
panion, governess, nurse. houskeepor, book
keeper, copyist and lady's maid, with refer
ences. LADIES' EXCHANGE, 614 13th st. nw.
THE WELL-KNOAVN FIRM OF KOCH &
Wieser, of Brooklyn, N. Y , havo very re
cently placed ono of their high-grade orches
trians in the popular restauraut of Mr. George
Kozel, at 1S27 Fourteenth street This superb in
strument is not excolled by any manufactured in
this country, having a ropertoire of twenty-four
choice selections at prosent, and being capable
of unlimited increase at tho will of the proprietor.
It has tho tone and execution of a trained In
strumental band. Call and hear the "Washing
ton Post March" and bridal march from "Lohen
grin." Overture of "Poet and Peisant" and other
flne selections rendored as from the most cele
brated brnss bands. de4-7t
WANTED RELIABLE BOYS, NOT NOW
selling papors, to sell Tho Times under
special arrangement Call this evening between
C:30 and 7:50. no27-tf
Wanted Try Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE.
And oharge only for painting; work guaranteed.
NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO., 1023 8th nw.
WANTED-ALL BEER DRINKERS TO CALL
at dush's new place, S17 7th st nw., and
get a &lco cold bottle of beer for 5 cents.
FOE BENT OFFICE BOOMS.
pON'T IIDE yOURSELF
In an obscure, badly ventilated, old
fashioned ofllce building when It costs
no more for an office on the most
prominent corner In Washington, with
elevator service night and day, steam
heat, and all other modern conven
iences, as well as plenty of light and
Thero are still a few desirable offlco
rooms for rent in THE TIMES BUILD
LNG at vary moderate rent They
will be subdivided to suit tenants.
Apply at Business Office,
The Washington Times
LOST A DIAMOND IN A SCREW SETTING
in 7th st cable car bet Pa. avo. and O st
nw. J10 reward if returned to C. F. HERRMANN,
Central Bldg., cor. 9th and Pa. ave. nw. It
LOST OR STOLEN S-TURDAY AFTEROON
an Irish setter dog, name on collar
'Prince." Suitable reward If returned to 1633
5th st nw. It
LOST DEC. 6, FROM BUGGY, ON M ST.,
near R. L avo. aud M st, and Georgetown
a brown ovorcoat. Finder will bo rewarded by
returning same to 403 Florida avo. n.w. deS-3t
T OST BLACK AND TAN COLLIE DOG; HAS
a white breast; answers to name of Max. Lib
eral rnward if returned to 1423 11th st nw. do7-3t
MONEY TO LOAN.
HAVE YOU A LITTLE MONEY YOU
WOULD LIKE TO PUT OUT AT
good interest and on good socurity?
If you have, let me put It out for you. I
havo applications every day for small
loans from $15 to $E0, nnd will allow you
2 per cent, per month for your money,
aud lot you hold security. Business
strictly legitimate, conducted on busi
ness principles; socurity as good a 3 any
offered; investigation mvltod. Address
do9-tt MONEY LENDER, this offlce.
MONEY LOANED ON APPROVED COLLAT
eral, such as stocks, bonds, trusts, syndi
cate certificates and old lino life policies; no
delay. YERKES & BAKER, 40 to 46 Metzerott
RTONEYTOLOANAT 5 PER CENT. ON AP
jSJL proved, real estate.
F. H. SMITH & SONS.
dec7-lm 141S F nw.
MONEY TO LOAN STOCKS, BONDS, LIFE
insurauce policies, deed of trust notos, or
other collateral BARRETT & CO., 525 13th st
n. w., 1st tiooc. nolO-lino
npo LOAN AT 5 and 6 PER CENT.; CITY
i propbrty ut 6 per cent; suburban property;
largo or small loans to builders; money ad
vanced whllo buildings go up; prompt BAR
RETT & CO., 525 13th st n. w. nolO-lmo
ONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNI-
ture, pianos, horses, carriages, wagons, &&; the
property will remain undisturbed in your pos
session; torms easy; lowest rates; private offices;
all business strictly confidential; you can havo
tho money the day you apply for It; payments
can be mado on tho principal at any time; each
payment made will lesson tho cost of carrying
Ploase call on
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO..
G02 F st nw., main lloor. ocl3-lmo
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN COM
pany,wlll lend you $20 nnd upward on furni
ture, pianochorses, wajons, &c,;no publicity and
property to remain In your undisturbed posses
Ion; loans paid In part or In full at any time to
uit the convenience of the borrower, aud any
part paid reduces th cost of carrying the loan
in proportion to tho amount paid. WASHING
TON MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY, 610 F st
EGAL BLANKS. LAW PRINTING.
THE LAW REPORTER COMPANY
Printers and Stationers.
H8 Fifth it. n.w. M. W. MOORE. Managet
CAPITAL STEAM LAUNDRY MA WEAVER,
proprietor, 512 Eighth stnw. Telephone 161J.
Laundry work in all its branches catly txa
I outed at reasonable rates.
You'll enjoy that when you dine bore. Our waiters aro exparloncod know how to pIoaae-
nnd givo every attention. But theuinner our 50 cent dinner is exceptional the pride 0
a superior chef. Menu lino and varied. Claret Included.
HOTEL EMRIGH, c M- EMRUor.
Pennsylvania Avenue. Near Sixth St. N. W.
TO ALL FRIENDS OF OR
This Is to give notice that no settlement what
ever has been made as to the differences exist
ing botWeen Kernan' Thonter and organizes,
labor of tho District of Columbia.
Dono by order of th District Asembly, 6G,
Knights of Labor, nnd the Federatiou of Lalwr
of tho District of Columbia. dec9-3t
MYRON MI PARKER LODGE, NO. 27. F. A. A.
M. Special communication MONDAY, De
cember 10, at 2 p. m. sharp, to attend funeral of
lato Brother ITorat.o N. Steelo. Brethren of sis
ter lodges cordially invited.
Z. T. JENKINS, Yt. 31.
JOHN A. MOYER, Secy. docO-lt
POSITIONS WANTED FOR THE FOLLOWING
men, who have furnished satisfactory refer
ences as to their ability: Watchman,Janitor,book
keeper, engineer, grocery clerk, farm foreman,
and errand boy: employors furnished with help
freo of charge, and m a systematic and con
fidential mannor. BLSINLSS tXCHANOE,
Oil 13th st nw.
Ofllce hours Women, 1 to 3 p m.;Mon, 3 to 5 p.m.
IJR. WILLIAM II. LOPP.
Practice limited to GEN1TO-URI-
Ohio Nat Bank Building, cor. 12th and G sts.
Room 41, 42, IX (Elevator.)
171 REE DISTRIBUTION OF GOLD FISH THE
: Fish Commission havo decided not to givo
aw.iy.ilah this season, but during the first week
in December to every purchaser of goods to tho
valuo of 1.00 and upward In my stores, I will give
away four beautiful Chinese gold Osh. SCHMID'S
BIRD STORES, 712 12th st n. w. and 1221 Penn
sylvania avenue. no27-2w
IF YOU WANT YOlTt HORSE CUPPED FOR
2 go to TATE & TROGLER. Horse Clipping
by electric power, fchop: 1007 B st. nw., Wash
ington, D C. Satisfaction guaranteed. Tele
phone, 1361. nol6-lm
HAVE YOU A LITTLE MONEY YOU
WOULD LIKE TO PCT OUT AT
good Interest and on good security?
If you havo, let me put It out foe you. I
have applications every day for small
loans from $15 to c.'-0, and will ailow you
2 per tent per month for you money,
and let you hold security. Business
strictly legitimate, conducted on busi
ness principles; security as eood as any
offered: investigation invited. Addreis
do9-tf MONEY LENDER, this office.
MRS.DR.RENNER, Female Specialist
Gold medal rewarded for the science of ob
stetrics; assistant of the Royal Women's Hos
pital, of Munich, Barana; treated all female
complaints, tumor, cancer, nervous, chronic.
private, blood diseaes. and childlessness,
ooina for rnnf,n.m.n, ., s,
street nortoeMt WaaninirtoS
street northeast, W ashlngton,
YT7HEN YOU HAVEY'OUROIBRELLACOV-
t ered or repaired "don't" take It to a shoe- ,
maker or tailor, but to the old reliable firm of
CHASE & CO., 411 11th st, opp. Star Office. Cov-
ering with gloria from 75 cents. All repairs first I
class at lowest prices nolS,25,dec2,9 j
VILLETTS FOUR OILS A SURE RELIEF
and cure for rheumatism, neuralgia and
all local pains; euros chilblains, sore feet, bruises
and sprains. No relief, no pay. 25c and 50c at
T AM NOT A COUNTERS NOR A GYPSY
JL. queen; am not a seventh daughter; was no:
born with a caul; am not something new and Just
arrived, but am MME. FRANCIS, ono of the
oldest established mediums, and am here to
stay. Am not Indorsed by the clercy, but am
Indorsed by some of the most learned and Influ
ential people of our city and many others; am
here to help all those that are In trouble. Life
given from cradle to grave. Cards. 25; trances,
50 Hours. 9 to 9 406 East Capitol street Those
that are In trouble call and. bo convinced. d6-7t
AMERICA'S GREATEST MEDIUM.
Sirs. Effle McNeil, 1914 Penn. ave. nw.
Those desiring reliable spiritual advice on
matters of business, personal or domestic Inter
est, will And a visit to this phenomenal medium
a satisfactory and profltablo experience. Sit
Business examinations a specialty, and satis
faction guaranteed. All communications strictly
r'ACP The Genoa,
LAP C. S03 12ST ST. N. W.
First-class for ladles and gentlemen, attractive
appointments and excellent service. Board per
month, $20. Breakfast, 25c. Lunch, 23c.
P. W. FAVORITE,
HOPELESS CASES SOLICITED ALL Dis
eases treated with wonderful success.
J. J. W., Magnetlclan,
de5-7t 713 12th st. nw.
LEARN ASTROLOGY AND READ YOUR OWN
future, which is out like a man before
; slctness and danger can be cured and
'l.il. Ax-il tn11iTAnf.oa post nnt nnn nnnrm
avoided; evil influences cast out and charm
given to prevent them; magnetic breath
taught for building new lungs and kidneys;
single lesson, pri ate or by mail, $1; very im
portant about marriages and investments.
ASTROLOGER, 455 ila ave. de4-7t
ITS WISE TO HAVE MONEY, AND YOU'LL
always havo It, as wo save you a "great deal"
of It on an elegant suit of clothes or overcoat
(tailor made) but little worn. JUSTH'S OLD
STAND, 619 D st nw.; estb. 1S65. tf
MME CASTELLA, CLAIRVOYANT. TELLS
past and future. No. 1723 Seventh st nw.
I sell a blood purifier, a snro cure for all blood
diseases; also hair restorative. del-lm
PROJIPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ORDERS BY
mall or telephone 1407 for high grade still
wines. PARKER VINEYARD COMPANY
AGENCY, 429 N. J. ave. n. w. no29-lm
ME. BROOKE TELLS ALL THE EVENTS OF
. life. All business confidential Ladies and
gentlemen. 50c. each. Hours. 0 a. m. to 9 p. ra.
b05 N. Y. ave. nw near 6th st. no27-2w
461 Missouri Avenue Northwest
OFFICE HOURS, 10TO1, 6 TO 5.
The Continental Carpet Cleaning Co. is devot
ing its whole time to expert work any other
Carpets and rugs cleaned and disinfected, re
moving dust, moths, organic matter, eta Car
pets taken up, relaid, fitted, and sewed. Reno
vating carpets on the floor, feathers renovated,
and mattresses made over. Send postal and wo
wlU call, giving prices. Main offlce 1411 N.Y". ave.
DR. S. D. HICKS, SPECHLIST. EYE. EAR,
and Throat; Na 935 F st nw., Room 2;
no charge will be made to determine if your
sight may be improved; hours, 11 to 4. nolI-3mo I
none C flV WONDERFUL CLAIR
rrvUi . V-L-rt 1 ,voyant and medium; 1
tells your lifo from cradle to grave; every
hidden mystery revealed; tells the business that
will bring you greatest success; in love affairs h
never falls; unites separated; rccovera losses;
causes speedy marriages; removes evil influ- '
encos; foretells with a certainty all commercial
and business transactions; twelve years estab
lished. Ladies and gentlemen, 50 cents each. I
Hours 9 to 9; open Sunday. 439 H st, bet 4
and 6th sts. sw. no7-lm
REE DENTAL INFIRMARY DENTAL DE-
partment of Columbian University. 1325 H st
nw. Open daily from 1 until 5 p.m. All operations
atcost of material used. Extractiug free. ocl9-Sm
FUNERAL EXPENSES REDUCED.
S. H. HINES.
Undertaker and Embalmer. Mala Offlce. 43
G street northwest Branch offlce, 910 Four-and-a-half
street southwest Twenty years'
experience In th business, and first-class work
guaranteed. Arrangements can be made with
us for funerals in any part of the United States.
Nu. KtUi3i.vu. Uiuu, ti.iiuUb i.tas.......$la.OJT
No. 4 Varnished Coffin, with glass S5.0J
No. 5 Varnished Casket, with glass 35.00
Na 6 Varnished Casket, hotter gradt 45.00
No. 7 Black Cloth Casket, with glass ...
No. 8 Black Clot 'i CasXat, with glass.....
No. 9 Black Cloth Casket, with slass
Na 10 Black Cloth Cajtet, with glass 85.00
Metallic Caskets furnished in proportion when
desired. It will cost you nothing to investigate
our prices. se9-6mo
Cork Sole Shoe, S3,
The "Regent" Cork Solo Shoo for men.
Can bo resoled by hand. Seo it Far
better than tho price.
EDMONSTON'S. 1334 F St. N.W. j
YOU DID MENTIQN IT, AND I
also bought clean and cheap
of G. W. MERRILL & CO.,
454 N. Y. avo., depot at Ecklng-ton.
I s B B la 1
flEaton, Burnett & Durling,
Business College and School of
Shorthand and Typewriting:
12th and F Streets N. W.
Superior Advantages at Moderate Cost
DAY SCHOOL for those who can attend.
NIGHT SCHOOL for thoao who are busy dnrirg
the day. oc7-eod3m.
fcELECT hCROOL FOR YOUNG
LADIES AND CHILDREN.
Address, MRS. WM. D. CABELL,
1455 K st n-w
KINDERGARTEN AND SCHOOL, 1425 Q
street northwest Miss Snsan Pollock, prin
cipal. Training class for teachers. Refer
CONGRESSIONAL HOTEL, CAPITOL HILL.
Cor. New Jersoy ave. and B st se.
no27-lm HENRY BROCK, Proprietor.
TnE LITCHFIELD, WEST FRANKLIN
fcquare, 90S 11th st nw. 81.50 to $250 per
day. Special rates by the month. noll-tf
TlnFGItAMERCYr8237823"AND 827 VT. AVET
11.50 to $2:3) per day Special rates by the
month. Mrs. D B. bTOCKHAM, Prop, noll-tf.
COR. 13TH AND G STS. NW THE ROCHES
ter Ro o ms, S7 to 25; table b'd, 9 20; tran
sients, $1.25 to $1.50 per day. oc2T-rao
EBBITT HOUSE, '
Washington, D. C.
H C. BUECH, Manuel.
I V Pennsylvania avenue and 14th st nw
O. G. STAPLES, PROPRIETOR. ulWs
German Mediterranean Service,
NORTH GERMAN 1 HAMBURG-AMERICAN
LLOYD S. S. Co. I LINE.
Fast steamers batween New York aad
Azores. Gibraltar. Algiers, Naples, and. Genoa.
Fulda. Dec. 13, 10 a. m., for Genoa.
Normannla. Jan. 5, m., Alg., Gen., Alexandria.
Kaiser W. II. Jan. 19 1 p. m.,for Alg.. Nap., Gen.
Werra, Feb. 2, 10 a m., Alg., Nap., Uen., Azores.
Normannla.Feb. 16, 11 a. m., Alg., Nap., Gen.
Kaiser W 11, Feb. 23, 7 a. m.. for Alg:,Nap.,Goa
Werra, Mch. 9, 9 a. m., for Alg., Nap , Gen.
Fulda, Mch. 23, 7 a. m., Algiers, Naples, Oenoa.
Ealser W. H, Men. 30. 10 a. m.. for Genoa.
All steamers stop at Glrbraltar.
Return tickets arailabl-j for the steamers o
either line from Naples. Genoa, Gibraltar, Has
burg, Bremen. London, and Southampton. D
roct nneion from Genoa. Naples, to Egypt bj
G Uojd s c1 j iIaU Stri
Oelrlch & Co., G. Agts., line.
2 Bowling Green, :NY 37 Broadway, N.Y
E. F Droop, 925 Pennsylvania avenue, agea
for Washington, D. C.
From New York to Rotterdam via Boulogne su;
Mer (3?i hours from London or Paris).
S. S. Maasdam, December 3, 1 p. m.
S. S. Amsterdam, December 15, 1 p ra.
First cabin, $45 to $55. Second cabin, $38.
For information apply to General Passengsr
Agency. 39 Broadway, New York, or to agents at
Washington. D. C. G. W. MOSS, 921 Pa. ave.j
E. F. DROOP, 925 Pa. ave., and A. W. ROBSON,
615 15th st nw. tf
EAT CLIFF, DARR &. CO., Auctioneers,
920 Pa. ave. n. w.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF DESIRABLE TWO-STORY
AND BASEMENT BAY-ESDOW BERK
DWBLLLNGAT THE COKNEK OF7THAND
F ST. N E.. AND KNOWN AS Na 667 F ST.
N. E., AT AUCTION
By virtue of a deed of tnat given to us and
duly recorded In liber Na 1643. folio 296, et seq ,
one of the laud records of the District ot Columbia
and at the request of the party secured there1, f.
we will sell at public auction In front of tea
premises, on Tl ESDAY, December W, 1S94. at 4
o'clock p. m., the following described real es
tate, situate In the city of Washington, District
of Columbia, K wit. All that certain piece or
parcel of land and premises known and distin
guished as and being lot one hundred and fory
four (114), according to Frances A. Buckingham,
and others' sub-division of lots in square eight
hundred and sixty-one vS81 as recorded in liber
17, folio 34 of the suveyor's omca of the Distrxos
of Columbia, together with the improvement
as above recited Subject however, to an in
cumbrance of $3-000, the particulars of whic
will be stated at the sale
Terms: One-third cash, balance In one year
from the date of sale, the deferred payment to
be secured by deed of trust upon the property
1 6oW and to Bear intere3l as the rate of 6 per
.. - ... .i
cent, per annum, or an casn. at too optica 01 1 no
purchaser. A deposit of $100 to be paid at tho
sale. Terms to be compiled within fifteen days
from the day of sale, otherwise the trustees
reserve tho right to reseU the property at tha
risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser AH
conveyancing, recording. Sc, at the cost of th
purchaser. JOHN E. CARPENTER,
GEORGE H. WRIGHT.
STATION CORNEB OF SIXTH AND B
In Effect 4 P. M. November 25, 1894.
10:30 A. M. IENNSYLVANIA LIMITED Pulh
man Sleeping, Dining, Smoking, and Obser
vation Cars, Harrisburg to Chicago, Cincin
nati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, and Toleda
Buffet Parlor Car to Harrlsburc.
10:30 A. M. FAST LLNE. Pullman Buffet Parlor
Car to Harrisburg. Parlor and Dining Cars,
Harrisburg to Pittsburg.
3:40 P.M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.
Pullman BufTet Parlor Car to Harrisburg.
Sleeping and Dining Care. Harrisburg to St
Louis, Cincinnati. Louisville, and Chic3ga
7:10 P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS. Pullman Sleep
ing car to Chicago, and Harrisburg to Cleve
land. Dining Car to Chlcaga
7:10 P. M. SOLTfl-WEsTERN EXPRESS. Pull,
man Sleeping and Dining Cars to St Louis,
and Sleeping Car Harrisburg to Clncinnatt
10:40P.M. PACIFIC EXPRESaPuUmart Sleep
ing Car to Pittsburg.
7:50 a. m. for Kane, Canandalgua, Rochester,
and Niagara Falls dally, except Sunday.
10-.S0 a. m. forllmlra and Renovo dally, except
Sunday. For Willlamsport dally, 3:W p. ra.
7:10 p m. for WUllamsport. Rochester. Buffalo,
nnd Niagara Falls dally, except Saturday,
with Sleeping Car Washington to ochester.
10:40 p. m. for Erie, Canandalgua, Rochester,
Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily, with. Sleep
ing Car Washington to FJmlra, and Satur
days onlv A rhmgton to Rochester
For Philadelphia. New York, and the East
4:00 P. M. ' CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED,"
All Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Balti
more, for New York dally, for Philadelphia
week days. Regular at 7:05 (Dining Car),
750, 8:00 (Dining Car ,9:00, 10:00 (Dining Car,
and 110 (Dining Car) a. m., 12:15, 3:15, 4:20,
6:40, lO.-OO, and 11:35 p.m. On Sunday, 7:05
(Dining Car), 7:20, 80 (Dinlnff Car, 90,
110 (Dining Car) a. ra., 12:15, 3:15, 4:20, 6:40,
100, and 1 1:35 p. m. For Philadelphia only.
Fast Express, 7:50 a.m. week days. Express,
21 and 5:40 p. m. dally.
For Boston without change, 750 A. M. woek-dayi
and a:io p. m. aauy
.Tl.ltlmnpA I.-5.V T'OT,
or Baltimore. 63 .7.-05,7:20, 730 M0.M0.1M0.
10:30. 110. and llaO a. in.. 12U5. 2:01. 3:15.
3.40. (40 Limlted),4:20. i-28, 5:40, 65, 6:40,7:10,
100. 10H0. 11:15, and 11:35 p. m. On Sunday,
75, 7.20. S.00, 9:00, 95. 10:30, 110 a. m., 12:13,
1:15, 21, 3:15,3:40. (40 Limited). 4:20, 5:40.
6 05, 6:40. 7:10, 100. 10:10, and 11:35 p m.
For Pope's Creek line, 7:20 a. m. and 4-33 p. m.
daily, except Snnday.
For Annapolis, 7:20, 90, and 11:50 a. ra.. and 430
p. ra. daily, except Sunday. Sundays, 9:00
a. m. and 4:20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Lino Express for Richmond, Jack
sonville, and Tampa, 4:30 a. m., 3:20 p. ra.
dally. Richmond and Atlanta, 8:40 p. m.
daily. Richmond only, 10:57 a. m. week
days. AccommMatlon for Quantlco, 7:43 a. ra. dally,
and 4 -J5 p. m. week days.
For Alexandria, 4:30. 635. 7:43, 8:40, 9:45, 10i7,
11.30, a. ra, 1250, 1:40. 32U, 4s. saw, oatr.
6:15. 82. 10:10, and 11:39 p. m. On Sunday
at 4:80, 7:45, 9:45 a. m. , 2:4o, 6:15, a:tt. i
, and 10:10
Leave Alexandria for Washington, 65, 6:43, 75,
80. 9:10, 10:15, 10:23 a. m., 10, 2:15. 30.
32. 5.00, 5:80, 6:13, 70, 7:20. 9:10, 1052, and
11.-0S p m. On Sunday at 6:18. 9:10, 10.2S a. ra.,
2:15, 5:30, 7.00, 7:30. 9.10. and 10:5.1 p. m.
Ticket offices, northeast corner of Thirteenth,
street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho sta
tion. Sixth and IS streets, where orders can. b
left for the checking of baggage to destination
from hotels and residences. J. R. WOOD,
General Passenger Agent.
6. M. PREY03T, General Manager.