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10* UAL-4ILT-EDGE INVITMENT PROPEW. TY--ALL PAY UNUEUALLY WELL. 114.000-New n.w. property, west of 16th st. Rest $157 per Mouth. $8.000--N.W. Rented $70 per month. $.0(10-A little business property on D it. n.w. but. 7th and 10th its., renting for $35 per mouth. An excellent investment. ,500; rent per me.; new; n.w. property. .000; rest per me.; new; n.w. property. 000: rent 45 per mo.; new; n.w. property. .600; rent per mo.; new; n.w. property. $4.250; 3-story 10-room brick on Capitol Hill; lot 19z100; rent $33. $4,000; rent $35 per me.; new; n.w. property. $3.50; rent $7.50; 9 rooms; near Met. car 3int: n.w. $1.500; 7 rooms; brick; n.w.; lot 23z100; rent 825. $3.400; rent $34 per mo.; nearly new property, on Capitol H111. $2,250; new; n.w.; press brick: rent $1850. CALL OR SEND FOR LIST OF INVEST MENT PROPERTY. It MOORE & HILL Alnc.), 717 14th at. n.w. FOR SALE-A VERY CHEAP HOME AT $6750. RENTS FOR $40. Well located in the northwest, west of Dupont Circle. on a lettered street and one block from Met. car line. An attractive 3-story and cellar, 10-room, bay-window atone and brick dwelling. A trust of $4,000 can remain. LET US SHOW YOU THIS HOUSE. It MOORE & 11.L ilnc.), 717 14th at. n.w. FOR S4.LE-AT A SACRIFICE. In a "swell" location, on a lettered street. near residences of Mrs. Townsend and Gen. Cor bin. ONLY $8,750. Cost over $12,uuO several years ago. Owner leaving this country, most sell at once. well-appearing house; large rooms; 23 feet front; south front. BETER ACT QUICKLY. It MOORE & HILL (Inc.), 717 14th at. n.w. FOR SALE-PRiCE ONLY $7,500 ON "WASHINGTON HEIGHTS." on one of the best streets, between 18th and 19th eta.; a he..ntifnl outlook; high ground. 1st fioor parlor, reception hall, dining room, pantry and kitchen; 2d foor-3 sleeping rooms and tiled bath; 3d ioi,r-2 sleeping rooms; large dry cellar; large front and rear yards: paved alley. APPLY FOR FURITIER PARITICULARS. It MtOORE & HILL (Inc.). 717 14th et. n.w. FOR SALE-DO YOU APPRBCLITE A WELL. built house? If so, you should inspect this prop erty. elegantly located on "Washington Heights" west of Columbia road. An unusually handsome and solid-appearing house; brown stone and brick: 4 rooms on lst tloor: 2 modern bath rooms; hot-water heat; south front. Price, $13,000. It MOORE & HILL (Inc.). 717 14th St. n.w. FOR SALE--A MlOIEIWN DOUBLE HOUSE. We cnsider this the best house for the price we have ervi offered. ONLY $11,000. Owner refused *15.000 for It several years ago. Located just where you want It-on a lettered street, Juet off one of the handsomest avenues in the city -In the fashionable n..rthwest-west of 16th at., and surrounded by many of the finest mansions in this city. This desirable property presents the appear ance of a $30.009 home-an artistic front of Roman mottled brick and stone; stone porch and steps. The arrangement is particularly desirable -a large parlor, library, reception hall, din!ng room and pantry on 1st door; 4 good-size sleeping rooms, communicating, on 2d floor; also large modern tiled bath room; the same on 3d foor. This house was well built by the owner for a home. Servants' rooms and packing room. Hot-water beat. Back stairway. Investigate this. It Is a chance seldom offered. It MOORE & HILL (Inc.), 717 14th at. n.w. FOR SALE-LI CENTRAL N.W. BETWEEN PTH AND 14TH STREE'S. Three-story bay-window brick, with 11 rooms, 2 baths, concrete cellar; furnace heat; all mod ern improve-ments. PRIC, ONLY $7,500. ALSO AN 11-BOOM HO1IE-1 bath; large sta ble; lot 2'5z110 feet. PRICE, ONLY $6.000. A REGULAR SNAP-SAME SECTION N.W. 10 rooms, 2 baths; concrete cellar; furnace heat: laundry; all modern improvements. CAN BE SOLD ON THE FASIEST TERMS POSSIBLE. PRICE, ONLY $6.200. fel8-2t H. R. HOWENSTEIN CO., 910 G at. n.w. FOR SALE- 3ETWEEN NORTI' CAPITOL AND 181' N.W.-New modern dwelling; 2-story bay window brick; concrete cellar; furnace beat; built on the reception hall plan; kitchen on first goor: 3 large bed rooms and bath on upper Boors; finished and decorated in the most up-to-date manner. A PERFECT LITTLE GE3I. TERMS TO SUIT. PRICE, ONLY $4.5u0. felS-2t H. It. HOWESTEIN CO.. 910 G at. n.w. FOR SALE A SPLENDID OFFER. Owner desirous of living in Boston, offers his splendid home at a greatly reduced price. Cost him $16,000; he will take $11,000; $2,000 or $3,0M0 cash. balacce can remain for years at 4%%!.7. A substantial 10-room brick dwelling, heated by a first-class hot-water plant; lot 23x120. A 2-story brick stable and with coachman's rooms. A most desirable location near 14th and Mass, are. fe19-2t STONE & FAIRFAX. 806 & 808 F at. n.w. FOR SALE - TWO BEAUTIFUL HOUSES, 1531 and 1520 New Hampshire are., running through to 18th at.; these are reckoned among the best houses in Washington; opposite the "Leiter mansion.' it STONE & FAIRFAX. 806 & 808 F at. n.w. FOR SALE-FRONTING ON A "CIRCLE." ONE of the prettiest spots in the fashionable north west; a 14-room dwelling and stable, 45 feet front; price reasonable. It STONE & FAIRFAX, 806 & 808 F at. n.w. FOR SALE-11,000-A 16TH ST. RESIDENCE; lot 22.6a100; south of "R" St. FOR SALE-R. I. ave. near 16th, a 10-room dwelling; lot over 22 feet wide; price. $13,500. FOR SALE-Mass. ave. west of 14th at.; 12 rooms; reduced from $18.000 to $12.500. It STONE & FAIRFAX. 806 & 808 F at. n.w. FOR SALE --1529 I ST.: OWNER A NON-REST dent; will sell cheap; large house and lot, with stable. It STONE & FAIRFAX, 806 & 808 F st. n.w. FOR SALE-$10.500-5 ST. NEAR 17TH. NEARLY Sew. 12-room brick, with 2 baths; HOT-WATER best; lot 20x100; nothing better for the price. It STONE & FAIRFAX, 806 & 808 F at. n.w. FOR SALE-2122 CALIFORNIA AVE., "WASH ington Heights." bought in at trust sale, now of fered for amount loaned on it at first trust, at 4%-$15,000 will buy it.-Lot 50x160, well worth 50 ft., $12,000: house cost to build. $10,000; mrooms, large tiled bath; STEAM HEAT. It STONE & FAIRFAX. 806 & 808 F at. n.w. FOR SALE-1 OF THOSE HANDSOME STONE. front houses on "'S" at., Wash. Hgts. near Conn. ave.; 14 rooms, 3 baths: hot-water heat. TIS HANDSOME HOUSE CAN BE PU'RCHLASED MUCH BELOW COST. It STONE & FA IRFA'X, 806 & 808 F st. n.w. FOR SALF-BUILT BY OWNER A handsome. now, round-bay-window brick in a central locstion n.w. is offered for sale for $3900). ThIs Is a littie less than it cost the owner. He hbult it for is home. AND HE BUILTr IT WELL. Doubie fionrs; tiled bath and vestibule; HOYT-WATER HEAT.S A short walk from pensIon omfce. IF YOU WOULD BUY S0MET'HING RFAL GOOD, HERR'S YOU'R 1t STONE & FAiRFAX, 806 & 808 F st. n.w. FOR SALE -HOUSES WITH STABLES Rt st. bet. 9th and 10th. 3 stories, cellar, new piumbing; laet 20)z95-..-.............$6500 6th ai. a.w.. 8 rooms, bath, cellar.........5,500 P at. bet. 9th and 10th, 9 rooms; 21x100... 6.000 New York ave.. 2 stories, cellar........... .200 5 at.. new. 2 stories, cellar.-...-..-..-..-..-..-.4750 SEND FOR LIST OF HOUSES WITH STA BLES. It STONEI & FAIIPAX, 806 & 808 F t. n.w. FOR S 4LE-UIIEAP' AT $4.350 A 7-room bick dwelling with tiled bath' ifrEAMl HEAT; on an avenue northwest. it STONEI & FAIRFAX, 8061 & 808 F at. n.w. FOR SALE-AT A SA4'RIFC0. A 16iTl IT. RESIDENCE. Near Q: very handsome; 15i roms; lot 25a110. Pr-ic,-. $17.000; cost owner $27.004). It STI N F. & FA IRFAX-. 8'6 & 808 F at. n.w. FOR SALFE-A CHIOICE SITUATION. A VERY LOW PRICE. A nearly new 10-room house, near "British embassy;'' owner a non-resident, has authorised us ;o sell for 87,200; sold when completed a few years ago for $10.000. AN EXCEPTIONALLY WEGLL CAONSTRUOTED HOUSE. Front of atone anid brick. Tiled bath room. HO1'-WATER HEAT. 16,000 has been loaned on it at 5%. it 8'TONE & FAIRFAX, 806-808 F at. n.w. FOR SALE-GOOD VALUE. One of the best ever offered In this choee see tksn; west of 16th at. bet. N and 8: NEAmR.Y NEW; cost of house and lot was 12000; 18,000 was loaned on it. You can now bu t for the amount of the loan and costs. 58,50. WELL PLANNED; 4 rooms deep; 2 BATHS; lot 20x100, alley. It STONE &- FAIRFAX. 806-86 P at. n.w. FOR SALE--A REMAlZanr-Y CHEAP HOUSE; 15,500 will buy it; formerly held at $7,100; on a lettered at. west of 14th; 3 stories, cellar, tiled bath, porcelain tub. HOT-WATER HRAT. TH]S IS A BARGAIN. YOU MUST ACy QUICKLY. fe18-2t STONE & FAIRFAX, 806-8883 a t. n.w. FOR SALE-PRICE. 514.000-' RENTING FOR 157 AMONTH Well located n.w. This prPrty is werth at least $20,0UO. Ownueeing osey, will eacrt -telt8-3t STONE & FAIRFA X. 806-808 F st. n.w. FOR SALE-TO CLOSE ESTATE 22 Q st.n.w..........................g.0 27 Q st.......-----..................... ,0 These ltes most he sold; no reasmnable fe18l-2t STONE & FAIRFAX, 06-886SF at. n.w. FOR SALE-$4.500 2d at. n.e. near B, T-voomt brick; choice atution. fe18-2t STONE & FAIRPAX, M805. at. n.y. FOR SALE-A CHEAP MOUSE, KEN'AW AVE. near 13th, 18,500; 8 stories, eeBar- parior, re ceptIon ball, dining reoom, pantry anN& kitchen all en 1st floor; lot 150 feet deep. fe18-2t SfONE & FAIRFAX. 806-806 F at. n.w. FOR SALI.-,O00 9-room homse west ot 14th; lot 1kW9. FOR SAL&-$5,150-. A 34.tory, s-roee bernie on P at. flear 16th; FOR S.ALE-45,500 New; 10 room; 4 trn deep; en 19th st. n.w. 'fOR SALE-46,10e A huise .ateeF rogme hey wbdaw lialer. 12 rooms; 4 soomn deep; 2 hatha; oe lett.,sJ st. near 14th. -NeR 1 st.j406 sout et; 10 roem; HOT WATER HEAT. FOR SALB-860 -New; es a wide at. west ot 14th: 10 seems; seam he t eud beth; IasFq. 11th at. bet. N and 0: 10 seatM0 9b18-2t STONIE & FAJEPAK, asse 11, n.. FOR aazz OR unus.g aOt e1O. e -m.t..... s.ta tah ag nin e eer er,00 to .msahtLeamse"m e mes than 1346 - M M s dn ent 6 se bhem. Dm2 Sta WMee -e@Q yuR BAI,W-g r at. near 14th-10meO s t1th at. aar 8-8 1o ow e ; 1s peetia tnb $4,500. 16th at.-An 8-rw biek fer 05A . $4,500 will bay an 8-wem beste ase Se n.W. Owner mast sell sees; trst umeiea dm, You can get a bamn ... . An 8-room Inrlek on 13th at. s.w. for $,LT. A real nie eguare. On 13th at. near "leaw Cirele"-We Ir a story, 9-room house for $,000. .A choce apot. Here's a good en: A 9-room brick west of 9th. soath et O at.. for O at. west of 9th--reem brick; 14; $5,500. 9th at. near O--story, 10-room brick; Jet J x 100; $5.500. An 8-room brick, with lot 20x5, on 8th st. n.w.. $4,250. 8th at. n.w. near S-A nearly new 7-room brick, $4,000. 8th at. near P-8-reom brick, 400. T ie is a very good house for $3,500: A ataF brick on 6th at. n.w. Brick house and briek stable ea 4tr at. S.w.; 8 rooms; lot 17x105; only $5,500. A handsome new hose on 5th.-at. nw. for $4,750; red brick and atcne. Reafy worth $;000. Owner, out of town, anxious to sell. 4th at. n.w., for $3,60,-A 3-if6ry."9e0odf house, with cellar; furnace heat. fel8-2t STONE & FAIRFAX, 806-66 Ft. nIwien FOR SAIE-MUST BE SOTD A .0 ough modern 8-room house, well located E has 8 rooms; porcelain bath; l}ge closets and pantries; double back porches; eenetbte tdlat dird furnace. Th's house Is rented to Al tenants for $30.50 a month. Will sell for amtll cash payaash and balance monthly, at the low price of $4000. Box 246 .8ar oiee. te18 8L FOR SALE-DO YOU ANT IT? You can have it f the amount of t $4,500. A handsome DOUBLE DWELLING; press briek; 2 bay windows; on a preminent ave, n.w.; appraised when loan was made at $7,000. fe17-St STONE & FAIRFAX. 808-608 F at. n,w. FOR SALE- - The $49,000.00 appropriated by the U. S. Sensts the other day for extending 14th street one mile further NORTH Is booming the sale if - lots at North Columbia Heights. This also means the earls exte2sion of the 14th street car line. You must buy before (NOT AFTER) the extension of this important thoroughfare if you wish to receive the great increase in values that is sure to follow. Lots. 30c to 35e. a s. ft. Terms, $50 to 00 cash, balance $15 to $20 monthly, or one cash, balance one, two and three years. Five per cent discounted for cash. Money loaned to build. For full particulars drop postal, telephone or call for new 16-page Illustrated booklet, plat, &c. FULTON R. GORDON, Telephone Main 598-M. 704 14th at. n.w. fel7-St FOR SALE-.Y736 YOU ST. ONLY ONE LEFT. Ten rooms; bath; steam heat. Can be bought for $7,000 on easy terms, $500 cash, $50 per month. DON'T LOSE THIS CHANCE TO GET A CHEAP HOUSE. THOMAS J. FmSHER & CO. (Inc.), fe17-St 1414' F t. 1.w. FOR SALE - DOWN TOWN, FASHIONABLE northwest section, 3-story brick; 9 rooms and bath; steam heat; economical lot; rent $35; only $5,500; good investment or fine home. GANNON & SUMMERS, feld-6t 1422 F at. n.w.; 'phone main 2900. FOR SALE-HOUSE 1341 CORCORAN ST.: A. good chance for builder to remodel. Only $5,500, easy terms. 10 rooms; lot 20x90; a.m.i. Ad dress L. H. PERLEY, 1319 Vermont ave. fei2-th.s&tu-tf FOR SALE-COLUMBIA HEIGHTS. SACRIFICE. new 8-room house; cellar; furnace- good yard; near cars; reduced to $4.d00. G. W. WEBER, 1333 1 n.y. (basement). fel0-tf FOR SALE-RICHLY DESIGNED STONE IESI DENCE EXCEPTIONAL VALUE; 202' COLUM BIA ROAD (HEAD CONN. AVE.). ARTHUR COWSILL, 1403 F ST. N.W. fe6-12t* FOR SALE-THE MOST EXPEDITIOUS AND satisfactory way to buy real estate is through this bureau: business confidential. THE TEL-U BU-RO. 1505 Pa. ave. ja10-3m FOR SALE-HOUSE ON 5TH ST. N.W., COM paratively new; 7 rooms. and bath; corner of alley. Price, $4,000. WEAVER BROS., 1416 IF at. n.W. fe5-ti MONEY WAlTED AND TO LOAN. TO I OAN-$1,200 AT 4%, TRUST FUND;- $1,200 at 5%,. for client; also several smaller sums at 6%. for clients on undivided Interests in unset tIed estates. LAWYER, Room 406, Columbian bldg. 'Phone E. 107. fe19-3t WANTED-TO BORROW DIRECT FROM OWNER, ten thousand dollars ($10,000) at 4% on downtown business property, gilt-edge security. Address "BEST SECURITY," Star omee. .fel-3t* $500,000.00. To loan in sums to suit on D. U. real estate. In terest, 4%% and less. No delay. Lowest commis. sious. - SULLIVAN & HEITMULLER, 'Phone M. 2533-M. 316 Bond huilding. fe16-3m MONEY - Advanced to Salaried People on Their Plain Note. No mortgage; no Indeoaer. - WASHINGTON ASSIGNMENT CO., Rooms 514, 515 and 516 Jenifer Bldg., ja3-78t,6 Cor. 7th and D sts. n.w. $1,000.000 TO LOAN ON CITY REAL ESTATE. Any amount. Lowest rates. I. O. DE LASHMUTT, fe7-tf-4 1421 G at. n.w. TO LOAN ON DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA REAL ESTATE $10,000, 3.000, $7,500, $2,000, $5,000, $500. THOS. E. WAGGAMAN, fe7-tf 917 F at. n.W. MONEY TO LOAN IN BUMS TO SUIT AT CUR rent rates of interest on real estate in the Dis trict of Columais. FITCH, FOX & BROWN. fe2-tf-5 . 1406 G st. n.w. MONEY!! $100 TO $10.000, UPON WASHINGTON and D. C. real estate security; terms and time-to suit. Charges nominal. WM. F. HOLTZMAN, 1321 F n.w. 3.30-261 4%. 4 4-10%. 4%%. 5%. We represent several large and wealthy corpo rations which will loan money on approved city real estate. Large sums a'specialty. ja9-tf EARLY & LAMPTON, 615 14th it. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN ON INDORSED NOTES. SEC end trusts, stocks, bonds, Insurance policies, warehouse receipts, Ac in lrge hr small amounts. No delay. T. IN. STUBBLEraE, de30O-78t 1224 F it. n.w. WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON D. C. REAL estate, In .sums to suit, at 4%% and 5% interest. SMALLEST POSSIBLE EXPENSE. de30-tf MOORE & HILL (Inc.), 717 14th at. n.y. WE HAVE UNLIMITED FUNDS TO LOAN ON. D. C. real estate at 4. 4% and 5% interet ac cording to value of property, in enms of $60to $75,000. No delay-prompt services-t small expense. STONE & FAIRFAX, 806-806 F n.w. de25-tf MONEY IDANED SALARIED PEOPLE, RETAIL merchants, teamsters, boarding houses, without security; largest business In 48princIpal cities. TOLMAN, Room 101, 533 15th at. n.w. de15-tt,4 MONEY TO LOAN ON D. O= REAL IESTATE Inwest rates of Interest. Payment on principal in amounts of $500 or more received at any In terest period. THlE F. H. SMITH COMPANY, Bond bldg., 1406 N. Y. ave. n.w. de4-tf TO LOAN-IN HAND, $1,000, $1,800, $,000, $8,000 --AT LOWEST RATE!B OF INTEETAND COMMISSION on D. C. Real Estate. oe24-tf LIEBERMANN & HAWN, 1808 F at. LARGE OR SMALL IOANS SECURED; STOCKS, bonds, bldg. and loan ass. shares, life ins, polI cies, syndicate certifs., warehouse receIpts and real estate trusts taken. C. A. BAKER, 40-42 Metserott bldg., 1110 F at. se16-tt,4 MONEY TO LOAN ON DISTRICT REAL 1ETATE at current rates of Interest. RENTING OF PROPERTIES gven special attention, no7-tf HERBERT A. GILL, 1319 F at. n.w. MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVEiD EAL ES tate within the District of Columbia, in amounts to suit applicants, at lowest rates of interest. 3e19-tt,4 GEO. W. LINKINS, 800 19th at. n.w. H. K. FULTON-S LOAN 0FFIGB. 314 FW'H ST. N.W. !ETABLISHED 1810. MONEY IWANED ON WATCHEr, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVERWA RfEC. OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT. jSl1-t,6 MONEY WDANED ON REAL ESTATE WARS negotiated. Amounts to suIt. Lowest rats et interest. - B. H. WARNER IX, 3.26-tt 3161 i-t. a.w. MONEY TO LWAN ON APPROVED CITY REAL estate at 4, 4% and 5 per cent interest. Spcl wi a th rsetto s pyas.Lg j307 V st. n.w. . a4, IF YOU WANT TO BORROW OR WDAN, BUY OR sal. on real estate. I can save peu tise ad cask as I repersonal attention to all deals. d-.4 J. EAKIN GADSR%. 544th stad,V MONEY TO IWAN IN SUMS TO SUIT, AT LOW -est rates of interest cm D. C. rmal-etate- -Ja loans a dpea1y m ~.attention. no7-tt,5 ALT At.C MONEY TO WDAN AT 3.4 AB-3URtWEN In sum of $1,000 to $100,000, on D. C. real es tate; pay of S pe:- cent andO pe cent oas and begin anew at lowest rates of itet; all trans setoms condacted with sOem enrnead-eIbn far berrowers. WE. H. SAIfNIDERB & e0., leg-if.7 1407 F st. n.w. STORAGE! STORAGEI We make a specialty of strigaie besboldi esets. Our room are large, ra well ven tilated and clean. 'Phone MAd Is fe1-12t-S WHEBN & NAYERS, 1250 s ,w. WE HAVE JUST inTfCTED ABEANGMm for storIng boe-hold farmitare .a s~esttat sates remerkabty Jew. enent us byilemnn BROWN & TOLAON, Anetc., 10-$N, YX, ve. fel0-tt.4 $ Teeth Thaf. Fit DRe PATTO#ES inUe & DSg3* AsiiUSI~~ menh la.d. aw1 r oet 4 A- l saat ie at wee. ~~~wateu g7 WANT * & i 'h23$1 ST 3411 -~1W SOR SALE The $4,00 69 zpssdated the u. S. sewad heother u. m a Ust mmn Wt2atlfr lseto the sale at 10" a North Calmba umteis. e w ales so.. th ewi . of the 14tm street ear W.e Ye -ost hay 'as. g34T AFTEB) the -a " - this ioapsr4.t lb.asgd tare it yosh W~ Me"!d the great Inceae ina.alse that Is soe fo lSa Lots; 89c. to 3S& a ft. Terms, S9 to eadh, balanee $1S to . mestbly. er eash, belre oue, two three years. Five tent discounted for . Moaey loaned to Fr full particulars dop postal, teleph"e r tat for new 13- llastratd oekiet, plat. &. FU.FN B. GORDON, 3lspboue Main 56-M. 704 14th at. n.w. fel-t OR SAL-COWMBIA HEIGHTS S.W. CORNER KENTON AND 18TH: 100 ft. :10 ft. STORV & WES0OTT. 816 11th At. FOR SALE-A SPLENDED BUILDING LOT.' eq. 106, between 17th and 18th n.y.; Sd;l in the fasblamabi sects. Apply toCABIiS 0. LANCABrER, Owner, 1419 Get. a.w. fll-t FOR SALE-CHOII, BUITIA G LIS IN NOET a cheapest lo t the, t the tine to..buy. AIPIto CHARLES U). LANCASTER Owner 141 stn.w. LA fl-18 FOR SALE-A SAFE SPECULATION A chance to buy low-A lot am S at. ear- site ne -French legatlea. 80s97.6, at $1.15 ft. Adjoinna lots held a' .60 ft. STJ & FAIRFAX, 806.808 F t. a.w. fe10-tu.thbs-tf FOR SALE-LOTS. LOM LO1'. IN ALL SECTIONS. YOU'LL SAVE TIME AND MONET BY GETTING OUR LIST. IN THE FASHIONABLE SECTIONS ON COLUMBIA AND WASHINGTON HEIES STONE & FAIRFAX. 806 and 808 F at. aw. my17-tf SUBURBAN PROPERTY. FOR RENT-WOODSIDE, MD.-NEW HOUSE, J 'rooms and bath; porcelain tub; hot and cob water: modern plumbing; hot-watet heat; larg concreted cellar; one acre ground; fruit; stable chicken house; and close to electric ears. A ; fel4-dt W. CURTISS, Sligo, d. VILLA SITE; 5 ACRES; % MILE N.W. TEN leytown, on government road; just outside Dii trict. WESCOTT & STORY, 816 17th st. FARMS 60 acres.............................'3,00 50 acres........................... 4,50 100 acres........... ................4,50 PIERCE & PIERCE, fe1-26t*-4 Vienna, Fairfax Co., Va. A WELI,,IMPROVED 86-ACRE FARM For sale, rent or exchange. Five miles out. fe11-12t Box 0, Star -nmce. A VERY PRETTY 6-ROOM HOUSE, ONE ACRI lot; $100 down, balance monthly. PIERCE PIERCE. Vienna, Fairfax county, Va. te2-2t' FOR SALE-NOW 18 THE TIME TO SECURE I bargain in suburban place before the spring opens THINK OF THIS: 9 acres in Hyattsville; streets all around; Jim old home; heated by steam; conservatgry, ic house, barns, Sc., Sc.; fne shade4 all kinds a fruit; high and healt location; has had $10.001 borrowed on it. SELL FOR $7,500. Essy terms or take city house in exchange. fe6-tf W. S. MINNIX. 1427 F n.w. BRADDOCK HEIGHTS. Desirable lots, $150 up. Villa sites from 560 p. Get becbat of je26-tf GEO. R. HILL. 61b 14th t. u.w. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. Investors who INVESTIGATE -the propositions we are otering in Real Es tate in Georgetown will readily recognize th, splendid opportunities for proftable investment Glad to have you consult us. The Miller-Shoemaker Real Estate Co. 1323-1825 32d at. 'Phone West 40. felS-10d LOM COMPANIES You Want Money! Get It From Us. It costs you only a reasonable In terest; you can make your owl terms, and -get as much money a you need. We will take up other loans am show you the advantage In dealini with us. Furniture, Pianos anm other Household or Personal Prop erty accepted as security. Salaried people need no indorser. Capital Loan QluaranteeCo, 602 F. 002 F. 002 F. 002 j. fel3-20tf DO YOU NEED MONEY? We loan from $10.00 to $500.00 on furniture pianos, horses, wagons. etc., and you get the ful amount you ask for, and the same day you asi for it. Our rates are as low as any, and you mak your own terms. No trouble to give rates am explain our methods. Mutual Loan & Trust Co. 918 F St. N.W., ROOMS 13 AND 14, NATIONAL UNION BLDG. jasl-tf.20 f E Have a Bar'! of money to lend om furnitus nlauoi, Se. No delay. Goods at not disturbed. Ton raturn th mnmey in sinall payments. If g have a loan and need more oae we can flu you up. Busise e *Phone K. 8042. Surety Loan Company, UnIte 1. 2d Floor. Warder Bldg., 9th and F Is. oc24-tf.20 -hesitate if you want mossy, as yeg c an make yosr own termus, and w make no inquiries amang your neigt U bors, friends or employsr. You S treaUs*eIOns with ns are no p G lised. veryhingstrictly conads tial. If you want to save mos time and worry-SEE US. Washington Mortgage Loan Co., 610 F St. N.W. ALL BORROW FROM US, Judging from the hundred. of new accounts w have opened 'uring the past few monthb, as 'ye] as the numb.r of settlements made with othe companies, we are led to believe tbat the publi Is rapidly getting wise. If you have not avalles yourself thus far, call on a5 at once ad he con winced that we loan money in any amount from 55 to $50at lees than % the rates charged by an; ote broker in town. NATIONAL LOAN & INVESTMENT'COMPANY N.E. cor. 15th and 0 sts. n.w. Entranee on G at. Pourth Floor Front. fe14-tf-15 MONEY TO LOAN I ean mount from $10 to 500, on furaiture st,n ete. wihu remoral, at lowest rates W lenfrthe .interest only, and de net wan your fumniture. If you mow hav, a loan we wil te an advac yumore money. Al. NO0 ADVANCE CRANGES. NOTHING DIDUCTE ROM IWAN. 928 P St., joi 'ildins. POTON.AC RIVER 30ATS.. THE WEENS STR amDATC. Potoam River Beste-Winter Ubl. Os mad after December 25 the stamer Poema wml leave 7th at..whert - 1!Iurday at 4 p.. for BaltImere ad rive Retuarning, vii leave Baltimaewseet uedyat 5 p.m., arrivial in Washington early Th nan~ag, All tive regtmust b ioeadPiae phia reigt , Aan...na. aw ar ases gers strictly flr~at. awZPERIa0N A RO., Apts deU0-tt.2 - - Telephens-Main-IU. 3. 5. RANDAL POTOMAC RfVER LENE CO.. DAIL! STR AMERS oR RITER LANDINtGS. Mondsy 'p4 W*maeearat 4p-marsiyer land to rn~SAatBseb, fnense san n at 7 a.m. for Osa.mima Beash ad .aeaia wSl%be I made cat ib pgg s sm aan mGnam5 E I loerech S .cr- nR 1ii 1st a.m N3~ N WaTEs-BIN -wt2 rl t wmHAVm I am I tbselty puegsae Oaras1 n a e vl l ;e i . withls a weak. ber Ctty P. O.. W C. fe17-At FOR SALE Dine business in rapidly aS vninIn valee. Sta I~ nd two mun.m gas e tsiniass and- bath Ma 15th us G sts. a.w. 'BamL nmp OUT O1 TOWN PROPERTY. B A LNHARBOR FOR SALE-An maual opportunity to purchase a One estate in this charming summer resort. This estate comprises a large bouse of 16 rooms, bath rooms, pantry, ete.; stable for 6 horses, carriages asS 2 rooms for- stableboys, and about 70,000 ft. at an.with frontage on FrOnebman'a Bay, a aidot, with fine trees, shrubs, etc. There anding with every facility for yachting. I have alse several desirable estates at York Bar. bar, Maine, and Falmouth, Mass. For fal par ticulars apply to W. PUTNAM PAGE, fe1T-eo.St 131 Devonshire at., Boston. Mass. FOR SALE-A COMPLETELY FURNISHED HOUSE AT ATLANTIC CITY; all modern improvements. Price. $10,000. As an Investment it will net 10%. fe18-6t* GRACE M. THOMAS, Corcoran bldg. OCEAN TRAVEL. NORTH GERMAN LLOYD PAST EXPRESS SERVICE. - PLYhOUTH-CHERBOU1G--BRRM1f. Kronprius.Feb. 24. 2 pI Kaiser.. ..Apr. 7, 10 am Kaiser....Mar. 10, 10 am rnprins.Apr. 18 9 am KEonprina.Mar. 24, 1 pm KalserWm.i.Apr.f84pm Special Notice. THUE NEW TWIN-SCREW -. .. "KAISER WILHELM 11." (at 19,000 toas and 40,000 horse.power WILL LEAVE NEW YORK ON HER F T DE. PARTURE TUESDAY, APRIL 28th, AT 4 P.M., TOR PLYMOUTH. CHERBOURG, BUMMER. MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE. GIBRALTAR-NAPLES-GENOA. tNeckar..Feb. 21. aa K.Albert.Mar. 28, :90pm *Lahn....Mar. 14. - saTrave....Apr. 4, 10 am $Weimar..Mar. 21. 11 pmI. Irene...Apr. 11 4 pm -*als at Algiers. to Gibraltar, 'aPls, anly. Sais to Na l o aly. t O ICHS & CO.. NO. 5 BROADWAY, N. I. Ao . F. DROOP, 996 Pa. ave. St-3 Agnt for 1asbingtos. Q. s. S. Co. For the Winter ": Bermuda Reached In forty-eight hours from New York. by the elegant steamers of the Quebec S. S. On.. Ltd. Frost unknown. Malaria Impossible. Headquarters for British North Atlantic Navy and Army. Cable communication. Equable climate; average tempers. tnre 70*. For Illustrated pamphlet In colors apply to A. E. OUTERBRIDGE & CO., Agents, 39 Broad. way. New York; or A. AHERN, Secretary. Que. bec, Canada; or G. W. MOSS. 1411 G st. n.w., Washington. D. 0. t r de2-tu.th&s-52t-28 EUROPE $23LapeBestSalng June 10, July 1, 8. Prograrsn of Edwin Jones, 462 Put nam av.. Brtoklyn, N. Y. 7ALLTOUR TO EUROPE AND PAL ET1NE, Sailing Aug. 5,,70 days, $490. fe17,19,24,26-4t ., To Madeira, the Mditerranean and 67 DAYS, CONING' $450 UP. ITINERARY.-Leaving X. Y. March 12, 1903, by the Prinesei i.ctoria Lutse. for Madeira, Gibraltar, Riviera, Paler mo, Constantinople,- Izond. Batoum CT'iis), Yalta, Sebaslopot, Balaelava Ath ens, Kalamaki, Nanpila, Syracuse. liaples, Algiers, Lisbon, uonthmptoir, Hamburg. New York. 1 . Stopovers allowed at -Naies, Lisbon, South ampton and $ambarg. For Pkrticulars Apply to HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE, 35-37 BROADWAY, N. Y. E. F. DROOP & SONS, 925 PA. AVE. fel4.17.19,21,24.26,28.mh3,5,7&10-llt-28 V!?LLAN?AMECA ULNE New Twin-Serew Steamers of 12,500 Tons. NEW YORK-ROTTERDAM, via BOULOGNE. Sailing Wednesday at 10 A.M. Botterdam.......Mar. 4 Ityndam........Mar. 25 Amsterdam......Mar. 11 Noordam.......Apr. 1 Statendam....Mar. 18 itotterdam.......Apr. 8 HOLLAND- IMERICA LINE, 39 B'WAY, N. Y. E. F. DROOP & SONS, 925 Pa. ave.; G. W. MOSS. 1411 G at. n.w., Agents for Washington. Ja15-th,s&tu-52t&1y2-th.s&tu-26t-11 FRENCH LINE. 'COMPAGNIE GENERALE TRANSATLANTIQUE. Direct Line to Hayre-Paris (France). Sailing -every Thursday at 10 a.m. roiPier No. 42. North Rivrer, foot Martna at., N.Y. La- Champagne. .Ueb. 261 *L Lorraine. ...Mar. IS *La Savoe......Mar. 5 LaChainpage..Mar. 26 La Bretagne... .Mar. 12 *a Eace...Apr. 2 *Twib-Serew Steamers. General Agency, 32 Broadwy Neow Tarh. GEORGE W.MOUS mhb-l-t 1411 0 1. N.W. American Line NEW YORK-SOUTH AMPTON--ANDONI St Paul.. .Feb. 25, 10 am I St Paul. .Mar'. 1S, 10Oam Philad'a..Mar 1,10 sm Vaderl'd. .Mar. 21, 10 am NEW YORK-ANT'WERP-PARIS Vaderl'd. .Feb. 21, 10 am I Zeeland. .Mar. 7, 10 am Kroonl'd..Feb. 28, 10 am (Finland. .Mar. 14. 10 am Compa.ny's Washington OUice, 1306 F at. n.w., ap24-13 Or Geno. W. Momss 1411 G st. n.w. Iiamburg=Amierlcan Line. FOR PLYMOUTH-CRERBOURG-UAMBURG. Twin-Screw Express and Passenger Service. Waldersee..Feb. 21~ Pretoria....Mar. 26 Pennsylvania....Mar. 7 IWaldersee...Apr. 4 Patricia....Mar. 14 Deutschland..Apr. 9 Bluecher...Mar. 21 Moltke........Apr. 16 - AMBURG-AMERICAN LINE, 37 B'WAY, N. K. E. F. DROOP & SONS, 025 Pa. aye. de10-tf-11 QAZE'S TOURS EUBOPE AND THE ORIENTf 8255 AND UPWARD, EVERYTfHING INCLUDED. D. (I. Pfeiffer, 1324 P St. fe-t,8 Boston Hotel Somerset, Commnnwglt] Avenue. 4NARLR A. m1aa,a jzLmem1 WMagse. ALFRED S, Managse. EuropeidaPlan. ped with Oerydfor amead Oeasset. . ene an HOTEL WRIUN(ITON iTEl ATE. ET. RUTH A U ro. NEW Thue.mank Q,im rnata Pae. Mast de5sae tatoi the esi. u.na-ayzr p .4 s e. MODERN FIR R FO UO With sEamts of em,two of these rosms with1hatb, araa with tith, $ rSA sIasdase .UTURANT A LA CART. IDL -&EE aan gunumm Jds.atn&At-36t. 00E. 85 lrbe :raine, P a and fes watr bathe. W...ter. s -spe0 rates, atAi. WIL * "8(P., .9154 The Westminster B;;e. fpese arc ".'? ' lw n rates. . e THE SEASIDE HOUSE ae...fe.at, me. hota, ftsm Hstatees. Sea-water bathe in home. iy warmed and re ttake - lsd wak ea a rh a, privr aeg. ftebt.9 *AR*I" E ANS & SON. T E9 LEMABLE n City This select failho cpaciy40,a steam-heated rooms, with eseefeat etoinan as of "'* *' :b9weekl,. ele"evato vaa hextensive son pae*s &c. Bonklt on regeest. te14-20t-10 J. P. COPI, (rand Atlantic Hotel, V rglaia are. and the Beaeh. Atlantic City, N. Open all the year. Hot and cold see wat" ltaths. 8 of the largest and most handsome tarnished front rooms In the city. 100 rooms wit bath. Southern eoure.Maguoieent sn pa lors. Orbetra. American plan $12-I and 11 per week. $210 by the day. ro,se - $1.0 per day. Fine cafe attached. Tt t .* "'dservice are not surpassed. Coecha meet all tralas. Write forHoit ARL-20t,18 CHARLES E. COPE. THE 'ST. CHARLES, ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. Now Open. Fifty private baths, sea and fresh water, showi attachments. Ac. Modern and complete. NEWLIN HAINES. fel-26t-10 Fofinerly of the Chalfonte. HOTEL STRAND Winter Reort.-Atlantlc City.-Winter Resor The Strand is a new, modern, brick and ston flreproof hotel, which overlooks the world-fame boardwalk and ocean. Sea water baths. FAIRBAIRN & WILLIAMS, fel0-26t 10 Owners and Proprietors. NEW HYGEIA, New York and Pacific ayes., near beach. A tho oughly modern hotel, new throughout; unexcelled I furnishings; steam heat, etc. CHAS. A. SHEIDI fe7-26t.4 HOTEL ROXBOROUGH, SOUTH CAROLIN ave. near beach; elevator, steam heat, cuisine ni surpassed; rates, $1.50 to $2 per day; open a year capacity, 200. P. D. PFISTERER, Mgr. THE BEAUMONT, TENNESSEE AVE. NEA beach; new; thoroughly appointed hotel, steai -heat; sun rlor, baths, etc.; open a yea capacity 250. Spring rates. J. B. WRE. Hotel Agnew, WiAN CINT. torium Annex. Whole Blok Beach Front. Entirel New. Hydrothera Equipment Sea Water Plunge Winter, $2.50 daily 15 up weekly. Automobil Booklet. (e-2t . A. D. MITCHELL & W. "The salt breath of the sea brings health." GALEN HALL, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Sanatarizm and hoteL New building, handsn= and elega t In every feature. Physicians and nurse Rooms with rivate baths and sea water, A pla for rest and ealthseekers. Table and service Ie class. Booklet. F. L. YOUNG, General Manager. feS-52t. it THE BREXTON, Near'the Beach. Open 'll the year. f2evator to street level. SteLa heat. Sun parlor. J. A. MYERS. fe8-7&.4 The Shel burn Atlantic City, N. J. Directly on the ocean front. Open all the yes Booklet. fe2,2t.10 R. E. it. RAMSEY. THE DUNLOP. On Ocean Front and adjoining the famous Boan walk. Built of Brick and Iron. European Plat Sea-water baths attached to suites, also publh Excellent Cafe. Booklet. ja20-52t-10 ROBERT T. DUNLOP. HOTEL TRAYMORE, Atlantic aty, N. J. Remains open throughout the year. Every knbw eomfort and convenience for winter guests. Go privileges. Running water in bed rooms. TRAYMORE HOTEL CO. ja1-52t-9. D. S. WHITE. President. NEW ' BOSCOBEL, Kentucky ave. near Beach; center of all attra tions; every hotel appointment; exceptional In ury; excellence in cuisine. Booklet. felS-26t.5 A. B. MARION. HOTEL DENNIS, ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. Open throughout the year. The winter mont! are the most delightful at the seashore. TH DENNIS. directly facing the ocean and Boardwall is liberally appointed and conducted. Hot as cold sea water in private baths. Oolf link pri1 lieges. WALTER J. BUZBY. fe2-2t.10 THE PENNHURST, Michigan ave., second house from beach and boarn walk. A high-class, homelike hotel with reflne surrawidings and patronage. Every appointmen Including elevator, steam heat, baths, etc. Op all year. Booklet. WILLIAM R. HOOD. ja 1-52t.7 THE WILTSHIRE, Virginia Ave. and Beach. Open all year. A high-class modern hotel wit unsurpasseC location. Capacity, 800. Contah every possible appointment and luxury. Rooms e suite with bath. Special spring terms. $12.50 pi ja2S-78t-10 S. S. PHOEBUS. Marlborough House STrONE, IRON AND SLATE CONSTRUCTION. Atlantic City's newest hotel. Sea water in s baths. Teehn.in rooms, music, valet servia and other modern hotel conveniences. Golf. Bookie ja1-d ex ste ble- JOra w WHITE SONS. HJADDON HALL, ,ATLANTIC CITY, N. . This well-known hotel remalne open throeghea the year. The Fall reason is mostdeitf Golf, Yachtig Driving. RIinlg. The er-ao Boardwalk. et.Illustrated Booklet. nol-tf.10 LErDS & IPPINCOTT. The ChalIfont< On the Beach at North Carolina avenue, ATLAblTIC CITY, N. 3. ja2t-26t-9 LEEDS & AINES 0. HOTEL MORTON Ocean End Virginia Ave., Atlantic City. N. 3. Open the entire year. One of the beut-equlppo hotels. Steami beat. Elevator from street love Rooms en suits with bath. Extensive sun parlori Excellent table. Ocean view. iaS-180t.10 Mrs. N. R. NAINES. hotel Isllesworth Atlantic Ciy, N. 5.. .Directly em the beach. American and European plain. JinO. a. gOItaarm 3ald-Ut-2l - Owner and Pss. --PTER INN. New YorR ave. near Beach. O.an Byear. Sea.m heat. Bath. . Atlantie CityR N. J., The Brighton of America Hotel Brighton & Casino ABE OPEN THUOUQUOUT THE YmAR. F. W. Hemsley & Sotj - EaWOOO. N. L Lakewood, New Jersey. Laure House Lauree-in--eb-PIaes. ~penUntil June. Old TW aar!r ay rtbt.sss - t The auLer the ebampas a fel4 ' Iarper B tding. 4d7 C at. n.w. TVW IN GR W, LATIN AND j Jr boy enterlng Rarvard In Jane. Ad air, stating experience and givg e9e.. S. C., Star ~ese. fe18-3t SHORTHAND AND TYTPWRITING TAUGHT IN thes a ie s e aseth by e e sebaa teacier; SUCLLESSA8 N&AM4 DI Evening lamags a U0e7Nauty. - demI,Star *nice. fl4 private -a stenography by experienced a t f e17.-Mt*4 , - PITMAN, $tar odlee. MI8S BALCS CIVIL. $EVICR INSTITUTE. 813 . st. n.w.-Tsogly pespars studets in ate .. mat ates and oter s ias Grddlse3aid ew ca s he ine s a d advan e d, new forming. ftO-tf-4 SPANUH CKLY LEARNED; NATIVE AND . , years at the BereltS; eral rtas; easy pa eree. GOIIAR, T"T 12th at. fe-26t* Art School, ea., I w=iLra STUDIO REMOV0D TO a TBUIL.DINCG, 1110 S ST. N.W. a80-27t* - PIANO, MANDOLIN,.GUITAR, BA=N0-The' 'Lomas Studio, 1N r St. n.w. ELCUTION AND DELSART. ABY 'IETEELL GARGES. Address Gertrude Backigham ThnmasPrinclptl. 2 CIVIL SERVICE. Speed - dictation In shorthand and typewritiag. Special attention to letter writing; tabulating, - tesgh draft and copy matter on the machine. First principles of shorthand thoroughly taught. Prae tical dictation from amanuensis work to court re porting. JANET M. SIKK. ia28-2t*-S 1423 F n.w.. second oor. COLUMBIA CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. Piano, Organ, Violin, &c. oc28-104t* 802 Mt. Vernon Place. - FRENCH SPOKEN. READ. UNDERSTOOD IN only 80 lessons; good pronunciation. easy method. School opened in summer; fine class rooms at u 814 Ind. ave. n.w. MLLE. V. PRUD'HOMME. ja21-tf4 - MISS LIZZIE M. VENABLE. Teeher of SHORTHAND and TYPEWRITING. - 304 MASS. AVE. N.E. Instruction private I or In small classes. Day and evening. j415-th.s,tu.2m-4 - WASHINGTON DRAMATIC CONSERVTOROT, 1114 ST. N.W. M H. AURELIA BARRINGTON. Direet e,. del8-78t* Send for Prospectus. HE DRILLERY, 1100 NEW YORK AVENUE, r Washington, D. C. 1.E Shorthand, Typewriting. Bookkeeping. Telegraphy, Busi mess and Civil Service Prepara tions. Speed S'nography Die. tation daily, 9 a.m., 2 and 8 p.m.; 80 to 140 words per minute. jalO-tt " LYNN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 8TH AND K. - C Estaalished 1876. Day and Night Sessions. e 2-2--A YEAR-25' $25. Business. Shorthand. Typewriting. no29-4m - FRENCH; German, SPANISH, etc. Method awarded two gold and two silver medals at the Paris Exposition of 1900. Its author dec orated Chevalier of the Legion of Honor. Ability in conversing, reading. L riin and translating acquired BERLITZ hort time. Day and evening class or pri SCHOOL. rate. Established in 1888. Over 800 pupils last school year. Prof. A. GONARD, Principal, 723 14th. Easy terms. sel7-tf ST. ROSE'S INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, DRESSMAK Ing-A new department has been opened in which - ladies and young girls will be taught cutting. fitting and all kinds of sewing. For particulars apply to the school. 2023 G st. n.w., Washing ton. D. C. oc2-tt | FOREIGN POSTAL SERVICE. WASHINGTON, D. C., POST OFFICE NOTICE. Should be read daily, as changes may occur at - any time. FOREIGN. MAILS are dispatched to the ports of sailing daily, and the schedule of closings is ar ranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted a overland transit. For the week ending February f 21, 19098 -the-last eonnecting closes will be made from the MAIN OFFICE as follows: TRANSATLANTIC MAILS. FRIDAY-(c) At 11:25 ..M. for BELGIUM direct. per as. Vaderland. from New York. Mail must be directed "Per a.s. Vaderland." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for EUROPE. per s.s. Lucania, from New York. via- Queenstown. (c) At 11:25 P.M. for ITALY direct, per s.a. Neckar, from New York. Mail must be directed "Per s.s. Neckar." MAILS FOR SOUTH AND CBNTRAL AMERICA, WESr INDIES. ETC. TIIURSDAY-(e) At 11:25 P.M. for BRAZIL, per 6.1. Coleridge, from New York, via Pernambnco, Bahia and Rio Janeiro. .Mall for NORTHERN BRAZ:L, ARGE42 TINE, URUGUAY and PARA GUAY most be directed "Per s.s. Coleridge." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for MEXICO, per s. Santiago. from New York, via Tampico. Mail must be di rected "Per s.s. Santiago. " (c) At 11:25 P.M. for NEWFOUNDLAND. per s.s. Rosalind, from New York.. (c) At 11:25 P.M. for ARGENTINE, URU GUAY and PARAGIUAY, per a.s. Nemea. from New g York. (c) At 11:25 P.M. for BARBADOS and NORTHERN BRAZIL, per s.s. Hildebrand, from New York. FRIDAY-(t At 11:25 P.M. for BERMUDA. per s.e. Pretoria. from New York. (c)At 11:25 P.M. for - PORTO RICO, CURACAO and VENEZUELA.per a.s. Philadelphia. from New York. Mail for SAV ANIL. LA and CARTAGENA must be directed "Per s.s. Philadelphia." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for FORTUNE h ISLAND JAMAICA. SAVANILLA and OARTA a GENA. per a.s. Alene, from New York. Mail for COSTA RICA must be directed "Per s.s. Alene." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for HAITI and SANTA MARTA, nr we.,. Adirondack. from New York. Mail for WETIT GOAVE mst be directed "Per u.s. Adiron dack." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for CENTRAL AMERIQA (except Costa Rica) and SOUTH PACIFIC PORTS, per us.. Alliance, from New York, via Colon. Let ter mail for GUATEMALA must be directed "Per us.. Allianca." (e) At 11:25 P.M. for YUCATAN, per u.s. Tjonmo, from New York. via Progreso. (c) At 11:25 P.M. for HAITI, per u.s. Prins Win. I, - from New York. Mall for CURACAO. Yi!NEE UELA. TRINIDAD. BRIT1IH and DUTCH GUI ANA most be directed "Per u.s. Prins Wmn. I." (e) At 11:26 P.M. for ST. THOMAS. ST. CROIX, LEEWARD and WINDWARD ISTANDS; also a BRITISH, DUTCH and FRENCH GUIANA. er u.s. L. Thordisa. from New York. Mall for GRE-ADA s and TRINIDAD .must be directed "Per s.s. Thor disa." SATURDAY-(t) At 10:05 A.M. for the BAHA - MAS, per steamer from Miami, Fia. Malsa for NEWFOUNDLA ND. by rail to Noi-th 1h Sydney and thence via steamer, close here daily. V except Sundays. at 12:00 M., and on Sundays at 11:30 A.M. The connecting closes are made on Mondays. Wednesdays and Saturdays. (di (k) Mails for MIQUELON. by rail to Boston and - thence via- steamer. close here daily, except Sun day., at 12:00 M1., and on Sundays at 11:30 - A.M. (d) (k) CUBA hAILS close here via Port Tampa, Fla.. Monduas Wednesdays and Saturday. at 2:30 P.M. (h) Malls for MEXICO overland, unlessn specially ad dressed for dispatch by steamer. sailing from New -York. close here daily at 10:06 A.M.. and 10:00 P.M. (f) (hi Mails for BELIZE,I PUERTO CORTEZ and GUATEMALA. by rail to New Orleans and thence - via steamer, close hero dalI, at 10:05 A.M. and 18:00 P.M., the connecting closes for which being on Mondays. (f) (h) Mails for COErrA RICA. by rail to New Orleans and thence via steamer. close here dsiiy at 10:06 A.M. and 10:00 P.M.. the connecting closes for which being on Tuesdays. (f) (hi TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. Mails for *CHINA and JAPAN. via Seattle. close here dlaily at 6:80 P.M. up to February 18, Inch, ste,: fer- dispatch ner u.s. Tona Marts. Jo) - Mails for *CHINA and .JAPAN. via Tacoma. close hese daIly at 6:30 P.M. en to February 22, inelisive, for dIspatch per s.rn. QSympia. (o) .Mll for HAWAII. via San Preaeiaen, close hers d aily 'at 6:30O P-M. unt to February 25. inclusive, for dispatch ner a.u. Alameda. (ci Maism ths IPINE ISLANDS, via Ena Fuaesso, close ere at 6:30 P.M1. up to Feb-. rry7'SielaiWe,f Lsteh per U. U. trans pert. (o) - 3Mhils lee- *CHINA. JAPAN. HAWAII and tPHlIL INPPI 18E.ANDS. via San Franees.. dese bere duly at 4:8 1,.uto P'ehruary,incusv, o Mali, Y-AA eneept West Anstanfla mails~ s-tdispatebed via roese, and those foy -E I2EALAND,. whieb so via -San Pesneiseis and~ W12M15I*ND. via Thineser ad Vi4.4wja, B. C.. eless bere daily at 6:50 P.M. after Taer ary 14 and UP to Februsry 2. inelsve, for din pateh pee u.s. *oag te) Mails 'fore .4 I aIL teneept these -fer West Aumrls wteba1uia disatehed via -Maropa). xmEi SEALANt.: PII. 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We can cure you of your rupture without pain or loss of time. Are you troubled with ner vous debility, lore of memory, headache. disaines, palpitation of heart, eruptions on body. loew of sleep, kidney trouble, diseases of genito-urinary organs, varicocele, lack of streagth? Consult the German specialist-FREE. DISEASES PECUI O OMEN A Office hours, 10 am. to 12; 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday and Saturday till 8 p.m.; Sunday. 10 a.m. to 12. U. S. Medical Institute, fel4-tf,24 1233 PA. AVE. N.W. BOSTON'S HISTORIC ASSETS. Richest One of the Rich Cities of the United States in This Respect. From the Coegregationallst. No city can be fully appreciated or en joyed by a visitor or a transient sojourner In it. Only the resident citizen posseses it. Those own most of it who best know Its past, and understand most clearly what it has stood for that men value. Such citi zens are like owners of homes rich in treasures of art and literature, who, when they entertain a guest, give life and mean ing to all the wealth that surrounds him. To be really great In character a city must have a noble history, abundant and well kept memorials of it, and citizens who know, appreciate and -are proud of it. Such a city has rich assets In its past, in its people and in the advantages it can give to Its children. Boston, In these respects, is the richest city in the United States. More great events in American history, and more emi nent men who have figured in that history. have been associated with it than with any other city. It has stood for political and religious and individual freedom, for self government and righteous government, for the rights of the oppressed, for the truth as Its citizens believed It, and for a united country, with a persistence handed down from father to son as a sacred inheritance. which has given to the city a character of its own. These things go far toward mak ing it desirable above most other places as a residence for the best classes of Ameri cans. Boston for these reasons has a peculiar attractiveness for visitors. The Common has fascinating stories to repeat to all who walk across it who have read history. Rarely does one pass the Shaw monument without finding a group before it, to whom it is giving its message of the heroism of serving the ignorant and the helpless. Feneuil Hall, the Old South Church .and the old state house are among a number of buildings whose value to Boston cannot be estimated in money. Last year at the old state house, besides Bostonians, 10,566 persons were registered from various parts of our own country, and 477 from other lands. All such places are permanent edu cational institutions, impressing their les sons on the character of the rising gen eration of the city and extending their In fluence through the entire country. 'But Boston has been prodigally wasteful of its historic assets. It threw away the Hancock House. One must search dili gently to find where the old Province House stood. The old First Church, Trin ity, Winter Street and many other historio churches-who knows where they stood or what they did to make Boston what it is? And now Park Street Church is about to follow its predecessors into oblivion. Much of what the institutions of Boston- have been and have done must be forgotten if their material abiding places disappear. These places are a rich asset, not of a denomination or a party, but of the whole city. The loss oif therm is a loss to coming generations greater than their fathers can appreciate. It is time for Bostonians to unite tor the preservation of the most valued possessions which they hold in com mon. WEST POINT. How This Strategic Place Was Occu pied in the Revoldtion. From the Chaicago Tribune. The antiquity of Fort Putnam, at the West Point Military Academry, has been a question of dispute the last few days, but it will probably soon be righted, and lts pro posed restoration to its original condition, or something like it, will be carried out. How the Military Academyr came Into be ing, and various other facts about it, are of interest to every loyal AMnerican. The tract of land owned by the government at West Point contains about 2.1%G acres, and wasn first settled in May, 1723. The greater part of this area was purehased from Stephen Moore on September 10, 1790, for $11,65, '1he smaller and southerly portion wans bought from Oliver Gridley on May 13, 1lo6, for $10,000. On March 2, 1826, the stats of New York beded jurisdiction over that raft of die property ott which -the principal edi flees connected with the Institution egnad, and only "reserved the right to execute any process,-eivfl or eriminal, wherein the real or personal property of the United States was atiected." The importance of West Point in tmae wrv lution was due to its commend of the Ho son river, then the thoroughfare for freighst and rpassenger traine between The meabesg and the Interior. Erly in 1775 the prewta ecal congress, pursuant to the wisites of 1a continental congress, resolved to *tip the IIIghblands, and sent comenssIong.. ag compaaled by Colonel Bernard Roman6 with twenty-four men, to esete its plans, Rems was a willful, deolerie -Hoaenm. an engineer by professdon .and an emphee of the BritMr crowrt He construnted the fortfeat+inne on Costiin ram (tihum Ma,ri.asdas Rock), but Ina suh an -mmnn lifc m===e- as to tavite the -stricturs -o the most capabeeperts of Ja1s oVia ~f a.For fs- raesnn and also because et a report by a special comme=n of Inuspe tion, 'e .to Congre on November 13, 1275, that the works eonifl he ====ae from the hIar gueund worn 'e rier wianet may danger to a heneme, it was plamed 8. occupy and fertify West PeItM the gnaann was not 20llrnr00, and *e: to lee pasnm of RioEsebtke-* teine - 8.50 ito ie-haa0s of theoimny. Ms tlas . ss. Panaursed amS rC3nsoorwin tdllsd to rnadie em a'