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HELr "WANTED-FEMALE.
XdVU-eiuci.t tinder till- liend
UI be ini.ertc.1 for one cent a word
lor ench Iimcrtlon.
"WANTED-Thrce first-class cooks, chambermaids.
. .,; good homes for good nwple. 1M-
JC. Y. axe .
V'ANTED At once a woman to cook and general
Wmework. Apply at ewe at 41 i Oth st. nw.
TtytlM
V'SIXTED A wonwn iwt in rsrnt; first
ch. Apply, with ief erenow. JB7 New .ier-6ej-
ace. nw. ll
WANTHD-S-lojstodv. three whtu wail";
chambermaid aiid wiues; good o.-evvrKer;
twi in fawiiv. 1200 New York axe. ";.
"WANTED Two waitresses at one.
CAFE. 21 Pa. avc. nw.
WICOMICO
It
YlANTBD-WMte lKm-emaM, f.r w ly. no
.ia..,., l.w... twn i?t"s. A MM' at ill 11
It
fct. llW.
WANTED Neat eirl. for general twwwerfc. for
wo. in ftet; imet lie good cook an l-undues.
A-kJkI. this olbcc lelS-St.em
VAXTBD White girl; ase 12 to 16; orphan or
mmiiKtv cki preferred, to assist with '"
luMutiviirl" mwl Imnu. No. 7. 2d fit. ne.
Hat
"ill fllHW.
felo-St.eni
VANTED-German woman for general housework;
slay at night; good home; bung tefs. 4-S
lih t. nw.
fel5-3t,i
HEW WANTED MALE &FE5ULE.
AdvertlNemcnta under tills liend
Vtlll . e IiiHcrted for rue cent a word
Cor coeli insertion.
'UIY voting Irishman made a fellow feel his
ftt." "Pdor E. Hcz Swcm explains Sonday
nfcM. 7:45 o'clock. Free pews, lake drc
oar. l.st Capitol. 1'eim. avc. or Anaeostia jo
... . .'...l ll.mlLl Plnirrli Auditorium. 4ttl
t. md a. avc. se.
It
1XR SALE -Furniture, delivery and Dayton wag
on iHSggies. carriage; ou account of charges;
at vein price. 1210 Ohio avc. 1st floor. fel3-5t
SITUATIONS WAXTED-FEJULK.
"""Advcrtlaciucnta under this head
rvlll be lncrtcd for one cent a word
Cor each Insertion.
U ANTED -Wa-hitiff to dii at home or to take
care of childien. &2o '.th st. ne. lt.cm
V ANTED By neat colored girl, place as cook;
can give icft-rcnces. 125 Cedar t.t. nw- It
"WKNTKD Plain sewing, mending, icpairing la
dies' and gentlemen's clothing: hue laces to
vnh hand work. MISS WALL1S. 1237 12th
M. n. tcl6-.t.em
WANTED Hi a lwlf-giown girl, pluce to do light
chsmberwork oi lelp around in kitchen. Call
at 20-J4 1. st. nw. felG-8t
V'ANTED Washing to do at liome or work out by
tltc day. 17SS I. et. nw. fc!6-2t
SITUATIONS WANTED MA1.B.
AdVertlaemeuts under thla bead
vrlll be Inserted for one cent a Trord
lor eaeli Insertion.
MANTHD A iotition by A No. 1 meat cutter;
8 leatV cxperiehce; best rets Address Box
SI. this oiec. ll-cm
WANTED Bv intelligent colored youth, situa
tion in store, office, or leute; refs. PHOC-
'XOlt. 40 Defrees st. nw. Item
WANTED By fint-da thoemaker, sitaatiofl; ex
perieiMed in machine work. AWrec BOX 14.
Hit ftiw. iei-t
A' wrnu Bi a vounir coloretl man.
place as
achtnan or porter. Please aUdree. to iaialu
WAN. tHC K si. im.: lefeicnccs. lt
t ANTED By honest J"ou3: man. cHtrtkynet of
am- kind"; eeriericed driver; good ref. Ad
dis BOX 7.'4. thU olfiec ielC-2t
WANTED-An
cxiei ienced man desires a position
iter oi assistant. Address BOX 732,
as lMokkeepcr
tiiix o9k.-e.
WANTED HO OMS.
"WANT-HD Three or four unfur. roWH; -or woM
the hoiie with pom ; nfs. Addie? II.. 1110
H st. w. !
AVANTHO Ftmr or five Hirfurnislied rooms, cen
tvaHy healed; reasonable rental; famil.i of 3.
Ad4res." with detriplon and iice, BOX 709,
this HlRf. felg-St
" AVTHD Two mihwnb-lted itwuns in northwest
for lv; in pood location. Address BOX 737,
ti oflic-c M."-8t
WANTED H003IS AND HOAHD.
jOl"N"G mmii will teach (.horthaiid ai.d tyr-iit-
iR evenings, in eM-liange for room aid board;
private family . I5ox t. thu office fel3-3t.em
BY TI1BEE gemlemn:. pnvale family prefctied;
ie large or two small comieetinur rooms: well
l&htcd. heated, venliiated; three halt led-.: all
eetiiem-e.'-; fin-t -lai-' board: musi le pMW
hiii ; cheap. Hot 74H. tins irlice. fe!5-St.e
WANTED BICYCLES.
UUi'OKE selling ioiu bicycle, secure our cc-l, of
fer. CVc LI. EXt HANtil".. 710 KMh st. nw.
fel0-3t.em
WE WANT 1.000 Hxtond-liand bicycles for cash.
HUSTLER- BICYCLE REPAIR CO.. 4 and
Me. ac. e. ja3-Sraas
WANTED 3IISCELI.ANEOUS.
"WANTED To buy. cash register: muM be in
r!rrt-et ordci and ivaoiiaWr in price for
Ffol oasVi. Aihites. BOX 10. tiii- riif-e. frl7-St
VANTHD T buv thoaid mmoi pigeons;
lo lixe racWiK. SCHMID'S BIRD STORK.
712 ltHU rt. hw. felC-lt.cw
"WANTED 10 gxM!s No. 1 .Tersex milk daily,
cei B. A O. IS. R. Adds BOX -, this of
fice. fel6-St
AVANTED-To tent tyiH'viiiiet lor little evening
me. Addics. BOX 7t0. thii orhee. 'fel-8i
WANTED 'Highest cash price paid for Iadiea'
and gent's caat-oft clothing; drop postal.i'il
rail. B. TARSIlliS. 13QS 7th st. nw. ja27-lmo
WANTED ror hi;!icst cash prices, metals, iron.
rubber, paper btock, machinery, tools, -etc
II. BERNHE1UEB. 02C-92S C Bi. nw.. 'phone 2275.
i21-tt
UiGIIKST price paid for second-hand bicycles;
'ito titken on ttorace. 121 8th s cw,'
-r2A-tf.em
B:iSCEL,I..VNnoU5.
JtK.MttDKLIVG drewes and ts tc pu
h ltwile over. 713 Hlh rt.
cut siyl;
lt.em
MISS TvKiHOLSOX giv electric face ami fcalji
tclineiit at 910 N. Y. ave fc!5-8l
ALL MAKE of sewing machines rcpaired.by skill
ed mechanics; no amateurs or cobblers cm
teyeil; an ispeclMii of our workshop invited in
dVr to sltow our metliods of doing the work;
c4wig moderate: send a postal and your woil:
will be prompth calletl for and delivered. THE
STANDARD SEWING MACHINE CO., 002 Olh st.
nw.. .lOSEPH II. 1T-KK, Manager. fel4-St.em
1 WILL MAKE and deliier a free liaBd crayon or
jiast'Cl portrait, framed, on payment of $1
1ef week; no charge imles satisfactory: best
leii-iCRees in Washington; send postal and I will
W and talk it over. Address ARTIST. P. O.
Box 474. Station G. fel2-7t,cm
BAD BILLS collected or no citargc.
DON, lJBwyei-, 1388 V nw.
II. D. GOR-
fel2-GL
HOOD PRINTING CHEAP; all kinds; 580 business
enrd, 7c iH'- HAYS, Printer, 810 1" st. nw.
fell-7t
OUB roof wim't leak if it's painted with our
f-s ltrilllt.lt m-u l-Ai.M. it prefcrvcvi
tlic imit BhA picvonts icala-. Wc jtaint roofe for
SxMffmc hiwI RoohBjr done at lowct ptices
for bl w..h1. RUBBER BOOF PAINT CO., Ill
Uth st. nw.
i'ATItNT- OFFICE di.ititig at hlmit l-otiee ami
low rale, bv export; mechanical devices and
landed pH4tHled. 1120 IHh si. nw. fell-7t
CAPITAL CLOCK REPAIRING CO., 1131 7th st
nw. Atry ordinary clock cleaned, SOc; watchn
eleaned. 08c tip: nwacal box rcrmirins: and all
other work as low in proiort.or.; ratifaction
gwutttBtecd; send postal, will call for and deliver
inc to aiy part of Dielric-t. fcC-lmo
BOOKBINDING AND PBINTIN'G-Binding one
tolume niagaritie. 75 cents; other binding
cqwally as cheap; piiutiiiR DOO cards, 75 cents;
utlier printing cqimlly as cheap. WILLIAMS, 015
Ttli st. nw., Charles W. Dowdcn, Jlanagcr.
fet-ti .
LOOK! LOOK!: LOOK!!! Goodrich tires, $6 per
pair, put on; Hartford tires. No. 77. $0.50 per
pair put on. HUSTLER BICYCLE REPAID CO.,
4',i and Maine avc B. j-3-3moS
TULT, DRESS SUITS for hire.
COHEN. 1101 7th sL r.w.
fL
JUUUS
sc27-tt
FOR SALEriANOS.
FOR SALE -Barprain for a -poor -girl, -an txcellci c
Haidman upright jiuuo; niU acU tr rrnt low.
t22 N J. aw. c. U&V
I UBLP WASTBWULB. I FOR nENT-UOOMS. I I !!!
Advcrtlncmcnta under tbla bead
Trill be Inserted for one cent a ivord
for encb. Insertion.
WANTED-Boy to make himself generally use
ful in a printing office; one who can run a.
job press prctcrred. Apply 021 II st. nvr.
It-em
WOEKINGJIEN to attend a meeting to be held at
Plasterers' Hall. ll. and Pa. avc. nw.. Sunday.
Fob. IS. S p. m. Artliur Keep, of New York, will
lecture on "Socialism;" scats fiec lt.em
W ANTED liiiiiicdi.ilcly7 clerk for lunch i com. $5
tk to salts factor.- i-rty; permanent. IlAoh-
JIF.NT. 513 12th n. nw. n
WANTED Good baiber at once. W. A. JENKINS,
tG O t. nw.
WANTED At once good baiber.
rence barbershop.
HOTEL LAW
It WANTED A bov with experience in job printing,
ia to $7 per week, according to experience. Ad
dress 1I0X 10. this office. -
WANTED-Agent, guaranteed salaiy and other
good iilaiw: sec us. ULi5lM-.Ns limtat,
1200 New York avc. nw.
It
WANTED Soiiitoi for industrial fire in-urance.
ASKM EXT. :K)7 (' st. n v. fel"-7t
A ANTKD-nwitlcman to join lady in fine dra
matic sketch; must be strictly business; no
objection to amateur, with good voice. Address
HON 15, this office fe!7-2t
WAXTE!) Three men; one as cook, others for
dairy farm; also butler. Enquiie 103o Uth st.
nw. f-
WANTED Younc man with experience at type
setting; qoick. HAYWOKTH l'flll.ISHIMJ
llOl'SE. 512 tth st. nw. U
WANTED Kxpericneed man. married, German
preferred, to work market garden near Abbe
ville; half fare and good offer to right parly.
Address 11QX K. East Capital Station, City. lt
WANTED Energetic salrman; school supplies;
country work; $100 balary and extras. H. O.
EVANS & CO., Chicago. 111.
lcl0,ll,14,17.1S.21,24,25,25
WANTED One good ovfter shucker.
HOTEL. 10th and I st.
COltDON
febi-2t
WANTED A good barber, at 21S 7th bt.
fe!0-2t
WANTED-Small white boy to run errands for
retail store; pay $1.30 per week. Address in
own handwriting. Box 747, this office.
fel5-8t,cni
WANTED Agents for "War in South Africa," or
the story of a brave people struggling for
freedom, by William Harding, the famous author
and African traveler; only $.1.50; contains authen
tic, up-to-date history BritUh-Boer war; biggest
book; hundred illustrations; enormous sales; en
dorsed by Krugcr. Joubert, etc.; credit given;
height paid, highest commissions; outfits free;
cwlosc 2-cent stamps for mailing. THE DOMIN
ION COMPANY. Dept. 5, Chicago. fcl3-7t
WANTED Bovs with bicycles: can earn from
$1S to SCO 'per month. MUTl'AL DIsT. ME&S.
CO., 1401 F st. nw. te340t
BUSINESS CHANCES.
FOB ALE- Saloon;
.T. Dl'GAN, G17
lest corner touthcast. .
Ij. ave. f el7-3 t.em
FOB SALE -Saloon; near Gov't. Printing Office;
cliance of a lifetime. W. J. Dl'GAN. 017
La. avc lel.-3i.em
FOB SALK Saloon; centre of city; will be sac
rificed. W. J. DL'GAN, C17 La. ave.
fel7-3t.eni
WANTED-Partncr. with $1,000 to travel with
first-class theatrical company; large returns for
investment. Address Box 10, this office.
fe!7-3t.cm
FOB SALE Oyster liouse; clKap. 303 Pa. avc
fe.; call tonight or Sunday, bet. 11 and 3 p.
m. lt."
1 WANTED Smart man with some money to invest
- I in loiritimate lraine-s: ref. ivi.il and re
J uirci. tex is, this office. fcl7-3t,cm
FOB ?ALE--Dhrinsr and
everything complete
offk-e.
lunch room; cheap:
Addnss BOX 17. this
Iel7-3t
FOB SALE For S1C0. Initter rwite. liorse, wagon,
and liariM'. Ennuire STAND NO. 12. O St.
Market. fe!7-3t
STATION EK STOKE Etablishel 15 years; no
competition: selling- account illness; splendid
lHtujH2--vl'J22Jlt- ie74t
FLOriJ. a!d feed business; obi stand; clearing
S2.000 vear: retiring. NEW YOBK Bl'SINl-ISS
BBOKEBS. 100 F st. f,
$50 WILL buv stock and exclusive right of mono
poly clearing $100 month. NEW YOBK BtSI
NES P.BOKEBS, 100Q V st. fe!7-3t
i TBOFITS in stock', wheat, and cotton. Mackey's
lloderc Methods Make Money. Write for our
I free book. C. E. MAC1CEV & CO., 2-J Broadwaj-,
N. ". jau,sa, t:,cm
A BAKGAIX One of the largest, l-st locateti, anJ
paying bicycle agencies, in tint city; a rare
oitponunitv topiek up an established, well-paying
brines. Address J. D. ABNOLD, 1797 21-t st.
Mtt-St.em
LAKGK billiard, pool, cigar store and bowling
llo ; aWlute guarantee $30 week jrotit. or
no sale' BUNLAP, HOG F et. fel0-3t,cm
niNPCR-BOOM on Pa. avc: exceptional location;
cirarim now $130 month; investigate. DUN
LAP. W F st. felG-St.cm
FOR SALE 2S notes. $30 each. iyahle monthly,
with interest: wt-il secured by trust on store
and fixtures: proiterly innctl; will sell for $SO0.
Arldress BOX 75$. this office. ' felG-3t
FOR sAl.K Grocery fto-rc ami fixtures; cheap if
sold at once. 4SSG M st. e. felG-7t
GROCERY STORK
sk-knorih caHe;
Dl'N'LAP. 906 F sc.
nort Invest; daily sales $33;
cheap expense; price $500.
fcl5-3t,em
CONFIX TION'KBY and notions, next to school:
owner ill; must sell this week regardless of
price DUXI.AP, 900 F st. fcl3-3t,em
PARTY leaving city will sacrifice laundry busi
ness: iHxifits $25 week; fine woeon, oflice, flx
twes. etc; 300 cash. Boi. 71G, this office.
feli-Si.em
FOR SALE Grocery, stock, wagon,
ii'voicc. Bv 711. this office.
fixture; at
fcl5-3t,em
WANTKI Yoking mau with $1,000 as assistant
manage) of gnod business; salary $123 per
m..ntli Bov 744. this office f cl5-3t,em
FOR sLK Dinirg and lunchroom clearing $2,030
veal : mice.
$1,000; rare chance. NEW OIUv
Bl S1NESS BROKERS. 100G F st.
fela-3t
GROCERIES and variety. $400; good stock: rent,
whole liouse. $12.50; innst sell account of sick
ness. 727 7th st. ne fel3-3t
WANTKI-To buy a nnall machine shop: a we!I
eutpped bievcie sliop preferred; must be
-!.eap. M. A. LEWIS 330 F 6t. sw. fe!3-3t
I Bt Y all merchandUi and general stocks.
i:i"R ROSENBERG General Auctioneer,
sw. roincr th and 1) sK nw. ja31-lmo
THE finest stock fystem in existence; large as
sured income and guaranteed principal.
"STOCK BBOKEBS," P. O. BOX 1354, N. Y.
deS-tt
FOR SALE HORSES AND VEHICLES.
FOR S LE Sh lfjh and beH, .
Applv 313 Pj.
It
I OI! SALE Tin ee good lcighs:. S10 each; also
bells; lot .single and double wagou hatne.
( OGSWELL. 2W 11th st. nw. fel7-3t
FOR SLE On account of retiring from business,
three delhery wagons one phaeton, one nm-
alxiit. and Brewster road wagon; all a.?-good a
new. THE ALMA CO., SIS Dth st. nw., corner I).
f.J7-3t
FOR SALE One fet of good -iecond-hand single
wagon harness for heavy xvoik. Enquire of
No. K K M. lit felO-St.cm
FOR SALE-Gteat baiain. 2S head of horses and
mar, ranging in age from 5 lo 9 jearp,
weight COO to 1,403 pounds; suitable for any busi
ne.., and ni rctorble offer refused. Call 212
4 ti- nw. - fel6-St
FOB t-ALE -Farniturc, delivery and Dayton wag
on, buggies, carriage; on account of charges;
et wr price. 1210 Ohio avc, Ht floor.
icl5-3t,cm
FOR SLE--Tluee second-hand coupe rockaways,
two lHiggies, two phaetons, one wagonette,
one extension front brougham. MERCHANT STA
Bl.i: STORAGE DEPT., 410 IHh st. nw.
fel4-7t.em
FOR SALE Cheap, bay marc. G
and gentle. CIS G st. nw.
rears old; kind
fcll-7t
"
1
FOR SALE Bl CYCLES.
GENUINE bargains; large as-ortment of high-grade
"wheels; some onlv slightly used: from up.
CYCLE EXCHANGE, 7f0 10th Jit. nw.
felO-St.cm
FOR SLE "0l Rambler, everything complete,
pood as new. .!. -0 1) s,t. c fel0-3t
BICYCLE repairing, we do all kinds; also buy,
tell. rent, and exchange bicycles; tires, Good
rich. ?3; Hartford, ?.1; first?. $2-2j; good seconds,
fLEO. LAUUFIbll, Bicycle M-cmniiC i am i.
nw. ja23-lmo.em
TVrEAVRITERS.
rOR SALE New tyrev.rilcr, tlieap. 2d floor
front, 939 Pa. ave. fclo-3t
tVPEWRITER REPAIRING Wc do careful work;
charges very reasonable; Also buy, cell, im
rent typewriter- LABOFIS1I, 717 9th St. nw.
ltl7-lno
EVENING TIMES
FOB BENT Dining room, pantry, and conser
vatory furnished for housekeeping; use of
parlor: and large unfurnished bedroom; second
floor, front; bath on same floor. Address G. T.,
1028 17th nw. feh-3t-em
FOB BENT Large fur. front room; ?12 per month.
" 917 II st. mv. fcl7'3t-cm
FOB BENT Entire 2d floor, 4 rooms, with heat
and bath; ?12. Call after 5 p. m., C15 I st.
ne- fel7-3t,em
FOB BENT Nice warm rooms, bath, ?1.23 wetk.
ULLE BJIOUSE, 470 Pa. ave. fel7-3t
FOB BKNT 720 10th st., furnished rooms on ftKt
and third floors; cheap; no objection to house
keeping or business. 'e'"'
FOB BENT Furnished or unfurnished room. 207
rst. nw. fj!7-3t
roit BENT Parlor with piano, for mu-ic lessons.
1002 K st. nw. fel6-3t,cm
FOB BENT Nicelv-furnished large 3d-floor front
room. a. m. i., $8. 223 4 et. tw. C3.
FOB BENT Furnislicd
S03 Uth st. nw.
and unfurnished rooms.
felC-3t
FOB BENT 1123 10th St. nw., furnMied or un
furnished roon.?, tingle or en suite; rent rca
sonablc lel-3t
FOB BENT Comfortable fur. rooms, in elegant
house; splendid location; heat, gas, and bath;
reasonable rates. 212 4', eU nw. felG-.t
FOB BENT Two rooms
month. 024 11th tt. n
and bath.
$7.50 per
felG-3t
FOB BENT-Comfortably-turnished, well-heated
room, $3 per month. 511 Oth st. nw. felG-.it
FOB BENT Neatly-furnished loom, light, heat,
hot and cold water. 1037 N. J. ave. mv.
fclG-3t .
FOB KENT Large fur. room; heat, gas, and bath;
S7. 119 II st. nw. fel5-St,em
ELEGANT downtown rooms; every
$1.50 up. 537 Pa. avc nw.
convenience;
fcl5-3t.cm
FOB BENT Dining-room and kitchen, suitable
for caterer, $!0. Call 1023 7th st. nw.
fel3-3t,cm
FOB BENT Three furmVhed rooms for
keeping; Use of piano. 110 3d t. nw.
hotisc-felo-3l
FOB BENT To gentleman, fiont
per week. 1003 O st. nw.
room, $1.23
fcl5-3t
FOB BENT Two furnished room--, 2d Hoot; light
housekeeping; heat and ga; cheap. fcl7 Sth
st. nw. fe3t
FOB BENT Nicelv-furnished 'J
1st floor. $5. 722 10th tt.
floor
loom, "ii;
tol3-3t
FOB BENT Two laige rooms, furnished; heat and
gas. $10; board if desired. Sl'J 17th t. nw.
fel3-3t
FOB BENT 1116 G st.
storv front room.
niceiv-furiiished 2d-fel3-3t
1-OB BENT Furnished rooma, fouthtrn exposure:
in priwte famili, with use of parlor. 457 M
st. mv. tel3-3t
FOB KENT Young men; large room, south front:
rent, $a tcr month. 310 D st. ne. fel.V3t
FOB BKNT-FuniLshed
917 D st- nw.
room; steam
heat. gas.
fcl5-St
ROOMS AND HO.VHD.
FOB KENT Furnished
E. Cap. st.
with lKard. 721
fcl7-3t,em
HOTEL THYSON 7th and P st. nw., fir-t-clas.;
iiieal-i, $4 per week; board and room, !f3and
upward. E. WOOLLS. Manager. fel7-3t
FOB BENT Second story front room,
without board. S12 Oth St. nw.
with or
fel7-3t
ACCOMMODATIONS for 1 to 3 adults. 021 Ist
Capitol St., near Capitol, Library, Nsiy Yard.
fclJ-3t
FOB KENT Two fur. rooms,
enable. 1115 N". Y. no.
with board; reas
nw. fel5-3t,em
FOR KENT 101 2d st. nw., nicely -turnlshed luck
parlor, with board, for gtntiemeii oniy, $40
for two; $23 for one. fel5-3t
ICLLOW THE CROWD and you will rtrtalaly
"bring up" at the Genoa, SOS -hi! SOS 12th
St.; tatiafy your appetite; only $4. table board,
equal So any $C a week in the United States;
plenty fruit, pure cream, and butter; (teaks and
chops all broiled; beautiful rocir-, a. m. i.;
reasonable rates to transicrtd. P. II. MOORE,
Mr.; 'phone 1237. oclS-tt
FOB SALEr-SIISCEL,ANEOUS.
FOB SALE Slrsch (cutter) and bells: also gents'
riding saddle and bridle. 3510 Brightwood
ave. It -em
FOB SALE Nearly new National cash register;
total adder; will sell cheap; part cash, bal
ance on time if desired. Address BOX 12. this of
fice. fci7-3t
FOB SALE One basket sleigh, $3. 213 10th ft.
nw. felO-3t,em
FOB SALE One Ntw Home, $10; improved Singer.
$10; Empress, $10; Diamond, $7; Wheeler k
Wilson. $7; Hartford, $3; other makes. $7 and $10.
FUNK'S. 327 C st. sc fclfi-3t
FOR SALE Complete set of blacksmith tools.
Apple to T. F. HODGSON, Btrwyn. Md.
fel6-3t"
IOR SALE One genuine autnmath
GiblM sewing machine, ?25. at
C2C Ij. avc nw.
U ilk-ox i
-IXCLAIK'S,
fr!6-3t
KOU SALE Sinrer Jlaehinc. j-l ; W iieeb-r : Wit
son, ?7; Domestic, 10; Singer Ocilator, ?10; I
warranted for five years at ori'LNllKl.MI-IRS.
511 Mb st. nw. ; sewing nuchino repaired ami
warranted. $1. fl.V3t.cni
FOR SALE New 4-piecc parlor suite, encap. ci
Pickford place lie. fe!5-3t
FOR SALE Pawn ticket for diamond pin; pawned
for $20; ticket, ?S. Address BOX Tin, this
office. felo-3t
FOB SALE Squaie piano. J23, on 1 weekly pay
ments; call today. F. G. SMITH, 1225 Ta.
avc fc!3-tf
FOR SALE Walters organ. 12.30. on $1 weekly
payments; worth $30. F. G. SMITH, 1225 Pa.
avc. ' fe!5-tf
FOR SALE AH sizes tafeij opened and repaired.
ISIS F st. nw. fe!5-3t
FOR SALE Fancy fowls, pheasants, rabbits,
guinea piga. canaries, pea fowls, breeding
ca'-cs incubators," brooders, bone cutters, etc.
SCH-MID'S BIBD STORE, 712 12th st. nw.
fel3Ut
FOR SALE $6 for hair mattresses, in two parti;
lounges, $2.75; $8 cook and beating store. f3;
parlor and bedroom suites, ?1 per week; we are
after furnishing your house, cash or credit. RED
MOND, Sll and 313 7th st. nw. tlel-t'.cm
FOR SALE Coke; oven coke, better than gas
coke, K.W per load; re. -d , J2.75 per
load; northwest and touthwest orders booked at
BOO F st. nw.; cash with order. de7-tt
FOR SALE Good Quality opaque ihadci. fitted t
your windows, only 25c; the best ouallty
cQ opaque shades. 60 cents; hung free; will call
with samples. KLEEBLATUS- 11th and It sts.
., u2t-tl
CHURCH NOTICE.
REFORM CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH-Serv-ices
at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon and 7:30
o'clock Friday evenings in Confederate Veteran
Hall, 431 11th st. nw. All are cordially invited,
lt.em
TRINIDAD BAPTIST CHURCH Levis Et.. near
Trinidad ave. ne. Covenant meeting 11 a, m.
Sunday school, 1:30 p. m. Preaching and com
munion at 3 p. m.. administered by Rev. W. J.
Robinson. Preaching at 8 p. m., by the pastor.
Revival meeting all nevt week. All are cordially
invited to those meetings. BRO. W. F. DICKIN
SON, Pastor. It
SECULAR LEAGUE, Masonic Temple, Sundays,
S p. m.. Feb. IS, memorial day of Bruno,
martyr for truth, burnt Feb. 17, 1C00. Seats
free. It
THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH 123 G st. nw.. Rev.
Alex. Kent, pastor. At 11:15, Jfr. Ettwccd
i,n.v of Newark. N. J., will sneak of "The
Pmcenr" Political Situation and the Ethics of
Democracy." All welcome. It
EVANGELIST A. F. BALLEN'GER will speak to
morrow evening at Typographical Temple, 123
G St., and will answer the questions: "What Is
the Millennium of the Scriptures?" "What Event
Marks Us Beginning and End?" "Where Will the
Bcdccmed Spend this Period?" "What Will Be
the Condition of the lrthi" "What Is Meant by
the Binding of Satanf" Seats free. Bring your
Bible. It
FOR SALE SUBURBAN.
FOR SALE At Brookland, 8-room liouse, $2,500;
easy terms. GRACE JL TH031AS, 100 Cor
coran Building. fel5-3t
FOR SALE In Rivcrdale, within 30 minutes' ride
by electric cars, 7-room cottage; 0,000 feet of
ground; price only $1,500; terms casv. Address
BOX 757. this office. " fel0-3t
SUBURBAN HOME For sale at Riverdale. near
the Baltimore Pike, adjoining Hyattsville, a
large IC-room house, with wide halls; hot and
cold water, cellar, bath, stable and necessary out
buildings; suitable for a boarding-house or a
large family; partially furnished; very easy month
ly terms. Apply to J. A. BLUNDON, 1000 F st.
mr. fel5-3t,cm
GAS STOVES.
For Cooking and Heating.
CAS APPLIANCE EXCHANGE,
1121 New York Avenue.
WASHINGTON; SATURDAY,
L'NFCBNISHED two laie 1-ommunicating ropms
on same floor with bath. 115 Q st. nW.
fel7-3t,em .
TOlTBENT Unfur. connecting room?; liIit house
keeping; bath on same floor, 113 D st. ne.
fel7-3t,em jt
FOB BENT Two unfuriiisli'd rooms; second floor'
front for light housekec'njng; heat, gas, bath.
047 Va. ave. sw. g fcl7-St
FOB KENT Unfur. roonilfTr, light 1'iousckeepins
2d floor; a to fur. u$m, 2d and 3d floors;
heat, gas, and bath; rcntjvcry reasonable. 'Jin
C st. sr. P . ' fel;3t'em
FOB BENT 206 B st. sc, rpora on 2d floor, front
reasonablej f felG-3t
FOB BENT Second-floor, bav-window front and
back parlor; heat, gas, anil bath; rent $12.50.
119 H st. nw. !?"?
FOB BENT Tlirce nnfurnifilied roonn, suitable for
light housekeeping; heat, water, and ga.
1311 t'lh st. nw. fel3t
FOB BENT Two unfurnislicd room3, $13; south
ern exposure, 2d floor; private family. 1111
N st. nw. fe!5-3t
FOB BKNT Three or four unfurnished rooms for
light housekeeping; 1st or 2d floor. 311 South
Capitol st. !'
FOB BENT Two or four communicating room.',
2d flom ; convenient for light housekeeping;
3d floor; nut low. 1451 Corcoran St. nw. fel5-3t
FOB BENT Tlirce very desirable unfurnishsd
rooms, newly papered and painted. 127 C st
ne. fcl5-Ct
FOB BKNT Unfurnished, S0G L st. nw., 2 fine
2d-floor rooms; heat, gas, and bath; large
closet and cabinet mantels; light housekeeping
permitted. fcl3-3t
FOIl KENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Oth nw.. near L st., V, r.s....$100 00
319 C st nw., 12 rs WIS
439 Mo. avc nw.. 12 r.--
010 10th st. sw.. Or
112S T st. nw.. Or
Sll E st. sw.. Or v
31 G st. nw.. Or
1313 C st. sw., 5r
1015 lith st. nw., 5r
2152 Mh st. nw., 5r .
933 F st. sw.. Or
S2S Del. ave. ne, ar
2025 I st. nw., Or
S310 7th st. mv.. Or
Bear 1115 10th st. nw., Or
2320 7th st. nw., 3r
Rear 311 B sL nc. 4r
10S M st. sw., fr
1413 Madison st. nw., bet. 14th awl 13th.
P anil Q, 5r
1030 Superior st. nw.. Meridian Hill, Or
1303 Fii-itoe ft. nw., bet- 13th and Uth
V and W, 5r
1010 Beeves St. i.w., Int. 1st and 3d, (J and
103 Beeves Alley nw., let. 1st and 2d, K
27 Click's Alley nw., bet. Cth and 7th, B
and S, Ir
2 Gordon avc ne, let 2d and 2d, F and
200fi' Columbia Tcr. nw., bet. 20th and 2st,
E acd F, Ir
2003 SVaton st. ne. bet. 20th and 21st. F
and G, Or ,
UNFURNISHED BOOMS.
S0C E st. nw.. 3d floor. 3r
IS 50
IS 30
15 30
14 30
13 31
13 SO
13 03
12 30
10 30
9 30
9 03
S 51
8 03
8 00
7 SO
11 33
13 30
S 50
7 30
7 30
7
C8)
0 W
5 00
13 00
Riley Bldg., I3.' 9th st. nw., sinlc or en ainte.
STOP.ES.
123 4 st. sw.. 7r ?1S 00
504 4"st. sw.. 7r 1G 10
Blacksmith shop, ne cor. 11th and F sts.
,!0 15 00
A. S. CAYWOtUl, 933 Dili st. nw.
fWjCKUl, 933 Dill
ner siore, dwelli
avert hous-e o
fel7-3t.em
FOB RENT Small corner
above.
$9.30; 1328 N. J. arc;
open ; new
felC-St
stable, $1.
FOR RENT 1917 3d st, nw., 11 rooms. SO feet
front: terraced lawn;7 2 bath rooms; stable
and cairiage hoie; low to permanent tenant. C.
SHEPARD. 017 F st. nw. fel-7t,cm
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE-Bargaia! Bargains: Bargain! We
ccviiftf.s that thU i.s, cot the finest weather to
wll ital estate, but wlien we have largain we
,.,... wtl ii. oi 1 hfii'i- fine mniert on the
.. c.....i. ....i.J.i' .i I. ta c .hi -
room preyed brick IrnttV: lot laxlilt feet, an.l Mails for MEXICO overland, unless tpfciallr ad
two 110 feet dv lo'.-. the loi leing woit'i 'dressed for despatch by ttcamer failing fiom New
n.rc than the yelling price, of whole probity, a , York, clof-c here daily at 10:30 a. m., and 10:CJ
tine plare to rai-e iHiuItry:"lhis property U well j p. m (k) piri-pTn POP
rented: U1 Kell (he whole, 'property for ?2,70. Mk ' ;s"nlCA. Vl'h K; ) F '
and ill loan 2.20) on Ami-, attract of title TEZ. and GIATKMALA. by rail to New Orleans
without charge. Also a pretty three-story prcs;ed and thence via steamer, close here daily at 10:00
brick houo. rooms, in fine condition; gas. ! p. m., the connecting c1om fa. -which being Sun-rr--
l,:.tl. lt 101 fnet dec!) to back alley on I data and Tuesdays for COSTA RICA, and Monday
to back allev on I
ited; will eell for
same; just think
M.. near 7th ft. sc, well rented
$1,650, or wilt loan Sl.GDU on
only 259 tah for a home aM ract of title witliout
charge. A' a nice 0-r"Uii liou?e on c st. fe..
let. 9th and 10th ts. .. in fine condition; rcnU
i fcr 1.1.30 ikt month; will sell for 1,.-0U ami loan
j purchaser $1,2); ab-tract of title futiii-hed with
I out charge: office open until 7 p. in. every cven-
s. JOHN II. O DONA ELL, 302 ra. ave. sc
fe!7-3t,em
FOB SALE-OSS F st. ., 3-story, 10-room
brick, luth. cellar, stable 5,200
N. 1-:. cor. 7th and (J M.S. sw.. 3-stoty buck.
More, 5 rooms and lth
610 10th st. sv., Crooni brick, bath, la-troltej--,
range
2f36 s-'tli t. nw., 2-.--tory, 0-ioom brick, tewer
ami water
C01 I st. Til:, fl-room brick, water and few
3.105
2,&V
1,039
l.l'iO
er; will Mibmit oner.
A. S. CAYW00D, 933 IHh f-l. nw.
fel7-3t.cm
FOR SALE To colored person, a bargain, small
cash payment, balance $25 per month. O rooms
bath: "a. in. i.: iust completed; half square
an l)atI.
..,,, rre.
from cars; wide paved allev and sidewalk; price;
S.giO. Applv to owner, PERCY II. RUSSELL,
l-06 i; st nw! fel5-7t.em
' .
FOB SALE At Brooklaml, a C-room house: gas '
and ivater; corner lot; larc bargain. GRACE ,
M THOJIAS, 100 Corcoran Building. fel3-3t I
'-: j
FOB SAl.K .New nouses; scno lor iisi. luuh.
GADDib. 511 Uth St. liw. leiu-imo.eiii
FOR SALE 71S -Id.
cellar.
7-room house and
feS-14t,em
AUCTION SALES.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE By virtue
of a writ of fieri facias. UmiciI out of the
clerk's office of the Supreme Court of the District
of Columbia, and to me directed. 1 will sell at
public sale for cash, on SATURDAY, MARCH 10,
WOO, AT 11 O'CLOCK A. 31., in front of the
court house door. Washington, D. C, the follow
ir.u described real estate, to-wit: Lots numliercd
S7 SS, Sl. and VO. in block number 1, in Oregon
L.' Green's subdivision of a part of a tract of
land in the comity of Washington,
District of Columbia, as per plat in
County Book, number 6, page 54, in the
office "of the Surveyor of the District of Columbia,
seized and levied upon as the property of Claud
ius B. Smith and George O. Walson, Trustees,
teire tenants of Andrew 31. Green, deceased, and
sold to satisfy execution No. -11,654, in favor of
Henry H. Bcrgmann, Treasurer of the Washington
SK Per Cent Permanent Building Association,
plaintiff.
AUL1CK PALMER, JIarshal.
TIIOS. DOWLIXT. CO., Auctioneers.
LEGAL NOTICES.
(Filed Feb. 0, 1900, J. It. Young. Clerk.)
IN THE SUPREME COURT, OF THE DISTRICT
OK COLUJIBIA. THE 9TH DAY OF FEBRU-'aRYT"19O0-
NATULINE JL THOMAS, vs.
WADE II. THOJIAS. ,No. 21033. Equity
Docket 13.
On motion of the plaintiff, by Jlr. Alphonso
Hart, her solicitor, it is ordered that the defend
ant, Wade H. Thomas, cause his appearance to be
entered herein on or before the first rule cVy oc
curring forty days after his day; otherwise the
cause will be pioeceded' .with as in- case of de
fault. " "9
The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce
and alimony upon the ground of cruelty- of treat
ment, endangering the-ltfcj.antl health of peti
tioner. This order to be published in the "Washington
Law Reporter" and IhCJ Washington Times for
three successive weeks -prior jto the said rule day.
By the Court: , '
(Seal.) A. B.' lfAGNF.R, Justice, Etc.
True Copy: Test:
J. B. YOUNG. ClcrV,tc.
By 31. A. CLANC.Y. A&istant-Clcrk.
felO.17,21 "
LOST.
LOST A white silk crepe shawl, embroidered m
white silk and edged with fringe, Wednesday
evening about S o'clock, on 1st st. sc, in front of
Congressional Library, bet. B and K. Cap. sts.
Liberal reward, if returned to CASHIER, The
Times. 10th and D sts. nw. lt.em
LOST Blapk, white, and tan male collie. Re
turn to 1427 F st. nw.; reward. It, em
LOST Ladies' shopping bajr, containing pocket
book, money, and several other articles; re
ward. C23 G st". nw. fe!7-Dt
LOST February 15, between National Hotel,
Palais Royal, or Columbian University, enve
lope containing letters of endorsement. Reward
if returned to GURLEY, this office. fel7-3t
LOST White fox terrier, with yellow and black
around eves; answers to name of Hunter.
J1RS. WRIGHT, 333 Mo. ave. nw. felo-3t
FOUND.
FOUND Ite cream, pure and delicious. 70c per
gallon. LACEY CttEAMERY CO., C07 N. .
arc. mv. 'Phone 20SL je27-t"
EEBKHARY 17. 1900
Norfolk & Washington
Steamboat Co.
- Every day in the year for Norfolk, New-
port News, and all points South, by the
superb, powerful steel palace steamer
"Newport New?," "Norfolk," and "Waih-
Ington," on the following schedule:
Lv. Washington.0.30 pm
Lv. Alexandria. .7.00 pm
Ar. Ft. Monroe.7.00 am
Ar. Norfolk 8.00 am
Ar. Portsmouth.8.15 am
Lv. Portsmouth.5.00 pm
Lv. Norfolk 5.45 pra
Lv. Ft. Monroe..G.15 pra
Ar. Alexandria.. 6.30 am
Ar. Washiugton..7.O0 am
Tickets on sale at 817 Penn. avc, B, and
O. ticket 'office, 019 Pctin. ave.. and corner
15th st. and, N. Y. ave, C. k O. ticket of-
rices, at 513 Penn. avc, and 009 14th at.;
8. A. L. ticket office, 1434 N. Y. avc, ani
- on board steamers.
43TFor further information apply at gen-
eral offices. 7th st. wharf. Wash. D. C.
'Phone, 750.
no28-tt JOHN GALLAHAN. Central Manager.
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.
NOIITH OEKMAN LLOYD LINE.
(New Y'ork and Baltimore.)
IIA3II1UHG-AMEIUCAN LINE.
IIOLLA.VD-AMEUICAN LINE.
ANCHOR LINE.
ALLAN LINE.
I'llINCE LINE.
NEW YORK AND PORTO RICO
STEA3ISHIP CO.
E. F. Droop & Sons,
925 Penna. Avc.
iaft-tu.sat-tf
CANADIAN PACIFI? JIAIIAVAY.
Intended Steamship Sailings froc Vancouer.
JAPAr. CHIHA, AH3 PHIUPPINE ISU.HD3.
EMPRESS OF CHINA Feb. 2C. May 7, July 9
EMPRESS OF INDIA. ..March 20, May 23, July 5-t
EMPRESS OF JAPAN.. April 10, June 19. Aus. 20
HAVAIIAI ISLAND. AND AUSTRALIA
AORANGI March 9 I WABRIMOO Apiil C
For.ratea apply 12 Pennsylvania Avenue.
dcl5-tu.th,sa-136t
AMERICAN LINE.
FAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
NEW YORK -SOUTHAMPTON LONDON.
CALLING, WEST-BOUND, AT CHERBOURG.
Salltrg Wednesdays at 10 a. m.
RED STAR LINE.
NEW YORK A NT WER P -PAR IS.
Every Wednesday at 12 noon.
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPAN.
Piers 11 and 15, N B. Office, 73 Broadway, h. x.
Philadelphia Office. 305-307 Walr.ut St.f
WASHINGTON OFFICE 1303 F ST. N. W-. .
Or W. G. MOSS, Agent, at Sanders Iz Stayman i,
1327 F St. nw.
POSTOFFICE NOTICE.
WASHINGTON. D. C, POSTOFFICE NOTICE.
Should be read daily, as changes may occur at
any t:me.
FOREIGN 3IAILS are forwarded to the potts ?'
Siilintr dailv. and the schedules of Closings
arranged on the presumption of their uninterrupt- j-,, p,ijn j;0 jj 0f timC- prompt and jr
fH fivprtjml transit For the week ending I cli- manentciirpL'iinratifpfd- KvriliilUiinvvtn olpnnvl
ruarv 17, 1000. the last counectiiisr cicves will be
made from this lice as follows
Muili for South nnil ventral Aiiierlr:i,
A Vent Indie. Kti:
SATURDAY (b) At 0:0T p. m. for NlSU. V.
P.. er steamer from Miami, FIj.
SUNDAY (h) At 12:00 m., for ST. PIERRE-
M1QUELON. jwr steamer from Halifax. N. S.
Jlails for NEWFOUNDLAND, by rail to North
Sidney, and thence via steamer, elo?e here daily
except Sunday at 12:00 in., at.d on Sunday i only
at 11 :30 a. in. (d) (h)
.Mails for JIIQUELO.V by rail to Boston, and
thence vi steamer, close here daily at S-!3 p. m.
(d)
, CUBA 3IAILS close Here via I'ort lampa, r.a..
Pundas, Wednesdais, Thursday, and Fridavs, at
1 2:20 p. m. (f)
! Via Jfiami. Fla.. Jlondays, Tuesdays, and Satur-
I davs at 10:30 a. in. (f)
' daia and Tuesdays for COSTA RICA, a
' for BELIZE, PUERTO CORTEZ, ar,
J 3IALA. (c)
nd GUATi:-
Trann-I'iielflc JlnlU.
Mails for AUSTRALIA (except W-,t Australia).
NEW ZEALAND. HAWAII. FIJI, and S.WIOA.V
ISLANDS, via nan lrancico. close nere ctaily
r.-.t-l i. m.. up lr r curium- l
inclusive, for
t..ateh nor s. R. Alameda, (o)
Mail for CHINA and JAPAN", via Vancouver,
close here daily at G:S5 p. m.. up to February 20,
inclusive. lor de.-patch per s. s. Empress of China.
Registered mail must be ditected "Via Van
couver." (o
.Mails for CHINA. JAPAN. HAWAII, ar.d
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, u.i San Franekco. clo-e
here dailv at 0.i p. ra.. up to rcoruary ..
inclusive. "for depatch per 5. s. Coptic (o)
Mails for the SOCIETY ISLANDS. ia San Fran
cisco, close here daily at 0:35 p. in., up to rcbru
sr'v 23. inclusive, for despatch by ship Galilee, (o)
Jlail's for HAWAII, via San Francisco, close
here daily at 6:35 r. in., up to March 2, in-elu-ive
for despatch per .. s. Australia, (o)
Mails for ai,sik.ii.i. icxiepi 1.0.1 ausiikiu.
j nhioli gors via i-.uropc. aim . ai-nu. wnicn
Eoes ia San Francbco). HAWAII and FIJI ISL-
AN'DS. via ancouver. close here daily at 0:3..
p. m.. up z 31arc!i 3, iticiusue, for dopatch per
s. s. Aorangi. (o)
-Mails for COCHIN CHINA, are forwarded Jo
jfciv York, for connection with European steamers.
"PHILIPP1NS ISLANDS (Military 3IaiI). lies-
patched' to San Francisco, at all closes for that
orfjCe to connect with Government transports, the
j failings of whicli are irregular,
ib) Besistcred mails close at 1:00 p. m. same
ilav.
(c) Bcgistcrcd mails close at S:09 p. in. same j
dav. !
(d) Registered mails close at 3:00 a. in. same '
""- ..,.,, . , n
(0 Registered mails close at 1:00 p. m. preview
day. .... .....
(h) Registered mails close at 12:00 p. m. prev
ious day.
(k) Registered maibj close at S:00 p. m. prev
ious day.
(o) Registered mails clois at 0:00 p. m. prev
ious day.
JOHN A. JIERRITT, Postmaster.
FOR SALE OR REST-BOUSES,
TliOS.XWAGGArVIAN7
Rcnl Estate l!rolcr uul Anctloneer.
9 1 7 F Street N. W.
FOR SALE-NORTHEAST.
17 3d st, b h. 4r, lot 21xOG ft H'???,
CIS G, b h, Cr, cellar, a m i 3,500
1233 SI, bakery, 2 stories, Sr, a. rr.. i 3.J
1030 Bladeniburg rd. f h, Cr h"
1151 and XI53 A, frameJ. Pr ofler wanted
SOUTHEAST.
533 Oth st, b h, Sr. bath, a m i $3,2M
SOUTHWEST.
217 10th, f h. 2 stories, attic, Sr, bath S2.O03
UNIMPROVED, NOKTUW-Sl,
New Hampshire ave, near It, 25x93 ft..
S, bet 18th and 19th, 22"-100 ft
$10,000
5,000-
4,500
U st, near Uth, 20x50 It
Pe.- sq. ft,
Nw cor lCth and Caroline sts, bet T and U,
25x80 ft fj 2J
Sw cor R 1 ave and Uth. 79x100 ft 3 53
R st, bet 19th ar.d 20th, 45x90 ft 3 oO
1915 I st, lot 31x115 ft 3 03
14th st, bet Clifton and Roanoke, 106.83X
1G0.43 ft 2 50
1200 21st st, lot 35 ft front 2 2o
D21 N J ave, lot 22x128 ft 2 OT
21st, between L and M. 17x100 ft 2 00
19th, bet E and F. 00x153 ft 1 2j
Uth, bet T and U, 22x93 ft 1 2a
N, bet 21st and 22d. 25x100 It 1 fa
Va avc, bet 27th and 2Sth, 110x122 ft W
Wisconsin avc, nr St Alban'3 Church,
60x200 ft '
S st, bel 33d and 34th. 70x150 ft
Bismarck, near Sherman avc, 50x130 23
FOR RENT.
417 K st. nw., Sr
521 N. Capitol st. nw., Cr
West flat, 207 R st. cv., 4r
213 L st. nw., 5r
IS 30
15 00
15 20
13 00
14 30
13 00
11 80
11 50
10 30
12 50
8 30
7 30
7 30
7 30
G 00
5 00
500
5 00
5 00
217 10th st. nw., 8r
932 21th st. nw., 6r .
G03 Acker st. nc, Gr
C20 lid. avc. sv., 5r
1320 29th st. nw., 5r
2118 D st. nw., Gr.
83 H st. nc, Gr
G21 and G2G 3' st. nc, Ir.
1503 Norris st. nc, 5r
Rear 120 G st. ne., Sr
G15 Blair's Court nc, Ir...
1113 Q st. ne., 4r
Bear 230 JId. ave. nc, 2r.
2009 Gales 'st. nc, Gr
211 Schoots Alley nc, Sr..
152S Levis st. nc, 4r
Cali at office for semi-monthly Bulletin
IF Y'OU WANT to buv, rent, or sell property,
call on GBACE JL THOJIAS, 100 Corcoran
Building. fcl5-Ct
FOR RENT OR SALE 1113 B it. nc, 9 rooms
and bath: hardwood finish: cabinet mantels;
low to permanent tenant or purchaser. C.
SHEPARD, G17 .F st. aw. fcl2-7t,cm
RAILROADS.
Baltimore & Ohio
HAILR.OAD.
SceCe In effect December 24, 1509.
Leave Washington from station corner of New
Jersey Avenue and C Street.
For Chicago and Northwest, Vestibuled Limited
trains 10:35 a. in., 8:03 p. m., daily.
For Cincinnati, St. Louts, and Indianapolis.
Express, 10:55 a m. Vestibuled Limited 3:40 p.
m express 12:0-3 night, daily.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, 10:33 a. m. and
8:30 and 11:55 p. m., dally.
For Columbus, Toledo and Detroit, 12:05 night.
For Winchester and way stations, S:3a a. m.
and 3:40 and 5:S0 p. in.
For Luray, 3:10 p. m. daily.
For Baltimore, week days, x2:35, 5:00, 6:80,
x7:03, 7:10, x8:30, 8:33, x'J:30, xI0:00 a. m..
xJ2:05 n., 12:15, xl:15, x3:00, x3:30, x4:30, 4:35,
x5:03, x5:10, x5:30, xC:20, 0:30, x8:00, xl0:0fi
11:30, xll:35 p. m. Sundays, xti:33, x7:05,
x7:10, 8:30, x9:00 a. in., xl2:03, 1:00, 1:13,
x3:C0. 4:33, x5:05. x5:10, 0:30, xS-.CO, xl0:Wi,
xll:30, xtl.33 p. m.
For Annapolis, 7:10 and 8:33 a, m.. 12:15 and.
5:30 p. m. Sundays, 8:30 a. m., 4:33 p. m.
For Frederick, week days. 8:35. 10:55 a. m.,
1:30, 5:30 p. m. Sundays, 9:00 a. m., 1:15 i- m
For Hagerstown, 10:35 a. m- and 3:30 p. in
Tor Boyd and way poinU, week days, S:3
a. m., 4:30, 5:30, 7:03 p. m. Sundays, 9:00 a- ra..
1:15. 7:05 p. m.
For Caitheraburg and way points, week days.
8:35 a. in., 12:50. 3:00, 1:30, 1:33. 5:30, 7:05
11.25 p. m. Sundays, 9:00 a. m., 1.15, 1:3, 7:05
10:15 p. tn.
For Washington Junction and way points,
week days, 8:35 a. m.. 1:30, 5:30 p. m, Sundays.
0:00 a. ra., 1:13 p. m.
Iloyal Him- Line.
All trains Illuminated with Pintsch light.
For Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Bo:ton
and the East, week days, 7.05 (Diner), 8:3u
(Buffet). 10:00 (Diner) a. m., 12:03 (Diner)
1:13 (Diner), 3:00 "Royal Limited." Ex
clusively Pullman Train. Dining Car. 5:05
(Dining Car), 8:00, 11:30, and 2:33 night, (S!-ep
ing Car open at 10:00 o'clock). Sundays, 7:05.
9:00 a. m.. 13:05 noon. 1:15 Dining Cars, 3:0u.
5:05 Diniofr Cars, 8:00, 11:30, and 2:33 night
(Sleeping Car open 10:00 o'clock).
Parlor Carx on all day trains.
For Atlantic City, 10:00 a. m., 12:03 noon, and
1:15 and 3:00 p. m. week days. 12:03 noon Sun
da vs.
For Cape May, week days. 12:03 and 1:15 p. ra.
Except Sunday. "xExpress train?.
Baggage called for and checked from hotel
and residences bv Union Transfer Co. on orders
left at ticket offices. 619 Pennsylvania Avenue
X.W., New" Y'ork Avenue and 13th Street, ar.d ai
r.e,D. "underwood. d. b. MARTIN.
1A V. P. anil Gen. Man. Mirr !. Traffic.
PERSONALS.
Dr. Young
Cor, 12th
and F Sts.'
Oldest in age; longest located;
Regular graduate two schools ;
Authorized by the District Go vernment to treat
All diseases of the Nose. Throat, and Lungs, Heart,
Nerve), Brain. Blood, Skin, Stomach, Kidneys. and
Bladder. Night Losse?, Sexual Weakne.-?, and all
Special DL-cases of either sex. Stricture. Varicocele
nnil If vdrocnlf" cured wltbni.t cuttln-nrntmirnn
lor life without mercury orxotajh. Nocstcsure.
CHARGES LOW.
MEDIC1NES FURNISHED.
Dally Office Hours 10 to 1 and S to C. Similar.
10 to 12.
FREE CONSULTATION.
WARNISd Dr. "..' It in no u con' ,
Beclcd with any so-ca'.lei medical Institute. I
Dr I pal-hftrman.
' m m- m y
EXPERT SPECIALIST in the cure of all ptivate
oieases. Hvdrocele. Varicocele, Stricture, Im-
latency, and" Syphilitic Di.-eajs poiiiuely cured.
Advieo -n.l .!f.fin frrP. Ilnth se.te. Daily.
9 to 12. 2 to 5. Tueidaj, Thursday, and Saturday,
Evciiings, 7 to S.
I!0 ! Street
(Closed Sunday.)
Nor t Invest.
t m. mm. i
The 3 DaS CUT
- mm- w. w
(for men) leadi all remedies in this city
prompt and permanent cure or no charge. Con
sultation free DR. McKEEHAN. 5K 12th st.
nw. Office 1kui5, 1) to 12 a. in.: t to S p. m.
Sundays, 2 to 4 p. m. teG-lni
REDUCED'
REDUCED.
Hif Reading.? to
die?. 23c. Gents,
I
P 5X-.
OF.
AY.
Oldest established ( lair.aiit, telh yoo, Im-iness.
ne affairs, family troubles, about hiw.-uit.-'. di
vorces, or anything y-t wih to know; brings
separatrd together: causes speedy marriages; re
moves family trouble-, bad luck spells, or ros-
j lerioiy feelirgl
; fel7":,tm
10
10 d-'ly. ls) II t. .
3l7 6thSt.,Cor.L3. A.
Washrngtoi, D.C.
X-RAY IN USE F03 EXAMINATION AND DUGMO'I
GERMAN SPECIALISTS in charge to treat all
chronic disease- of man and -.cman. Catarrh.
Rheumatism. Brain Stomach. Heart, Kidney. Blad
der. Hemorrhoids (Piles) cured; vitabty restored.
PRIVATE DISEASES. Stricture. Impotency.
Varicocele, Hydrocele. Syphilitic SUa and Blood
Pois-an cured without mercury.
I Especial attention in old ami so-caTled incurable
case, treated ar.d cure accomplished, nours. 10 to
12. 2 to C Tuesdays. Thursdays, and Saturdays,
till 9 evening- unuay cioseu.j ur, Auta.
Dr, A. H. TAYLOR,
OOG V St. N. AV.
Gold Ailing and bridge work a specialty, at
ill. tnirr?t nrices: amal-am filling-. 50c: full sets
I nf teth on plates. ?j; extracting, '.il ter ov gas
"J ...,,, -,?;,, Me, VSh.
! ., o-,. alt t-T.rtr done h? exnert and nrr.
antecd the best; open on Sundays from 10 to 1
o'clock. mh22-tf-cm
K. FULTON'S
LOAN OFFICE
3 14 Ninth Street iN. W.
Money Loaned on Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry,
Etc
OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT.
Business ittictly confidential. No connection
with any other Loan Office in the city.
Mrs. DR. RBNKBR,
SPECIALIST
1:1 obstetrics. Gold medal awardeil for lln science
of ob-stetric? from the University of Munich, Ba
varia. Trea's successfully women's complcatioas
and irregularities; ptivate sanitarium for ladiei
before and during confinement. InfanU adopted.
Oflice hours. 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. 621 Pa. Ave. nw..
Washington. D, C sei3 tf
Smi THEO,
Medium and Ca'd Reader. Washington's most
famous Clairvoyant and Palmist. Consult her on
business, love, and family affairs; reunites the
separated; removes spells; causes speedy mar
riages, and gives luck. Open daily. Gennan
spoken: 23c mil 30c. U-9 II st. nw. fc!6-7t
YOUNG woman, alone in the world, father left
.10,000 in property, which she cannot manage
alone, desires kind and honest hsbar.d. Address.
Box 23, St. Louis, Jlo. lt.em
LADIES uho dejire a Monthly Regulator that
cannot fail will please address, with stamp,
DR. Sr EVENS. Buffalo, N. V.
dc5,tn.tli.sat-l-
GYPSY PAI-iHST, 1022 7th st. nw.. 10 int: waik
tipStaiTS; post, pti-seiu. luiun-, ll..j in-iiu-,
separated brought tgetiifr.
fel-2t
1 OOK here, fellow man; we consider your inter
ests; let us tell you that wc ran supply your
wanU in an elegant suit of clothes or an over
coat made by our leading tailors: worn seareciy
anv at a price that you cannot dispute. Famoui
JUSTH'S OLD STAND. G19 D-st. nw. fel3-"t
ju; 1. NORRIS. Baltimore's lalenlcd medium.
" at 73 9th st. nw., daily from 10 to 0, Sun
davs included; seances Tues. and Fri., S p. m.;
Wednesday. 2:30 p. tn.; Sunday nights at Jlaccn
bee Temple, Oth st. nw.; ood music; silver col
IccTtion. 'eU'Tt
3IJ1E DWIS, born clairvoyant and curd reader,
tells about business, removes spells and evil
influences, reunites the separated, and give? luck
to all; cures piles and drunkenness. 122S 2ot!i si.
,. fli-lmo,cm
SUFFEBERS from Epilepsy will do well to call
at the DR. DAVIS' MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
715 13th st. n Ja22-tf
FOR SALE -'AIOIS'..
UOR SAIJ Farm. 137 acres; 10-rconi brick
house: good improvements. For particulars
write to Jlrs. II. B. GRAHAJI, Garfield 1. (.,
Fairfax county, Va. fel-3t,cni
FOR RENT OR SALE Farm 25 acre-, on R. &
O. It. R.. 10 miles from city. 1 miles, from
station, buildings first-c--. Apply OWNER. 1SIC
14th st. nu. It
jfifB-a.
&r h.
ww
RAILROADS,
Pennsylvania
RAILROAD,
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STS.
7:55 A. it. WEEK DAYS. PITTSBURG EX
PRESS Parlor and Dining Cars Harrisburjr la
Pittsbunr.
10:50 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED Pull
man Sleeping, Dining, Smoking, awl Oberva
tion Cars Harrlsburjr to Chlcspi, Cincinnati
Indianapolis, St. Louis. Cleveland, and Toledo.
Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisburg.
10:50 A. JL FAST LINE Pullman Buffet Parlor
Car to Harrisburg. Buffet Parlor Car Harri
hurg to Pittsburg.
S:30 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX-PKESS-Slecping
Car Washington to St. Lo.
and Sleeping and Dining Car- Harrisburg to
Indianapolis, St. Louis, Nashville (via Cincin
nati and Louisville), ami Chicago.
7:lfJ P. M. WESTERN EaPBEsS Pullman Sleep
ing Car to Pittsburg and Chicagu. Diniag Car
to Chicago.
7:20 P. M. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS PuH
rnan Sleeping Cars Washington to PUtafewB
ami Harrisburr to St. Louis, Cleveland, and
Cincinnati. Dining Car N
10:10 P. M. PAtlrIC EXPRESS Pullman Sleep
ing Car to Pittsburg.
7:55 A. M. For Kane. Canandaigua. Rsehester.
and Niagara Falls, daily, except Suaday.
10:50 A. M. For KImira and Benovo daily, ex
cept Sunday. For Williamsport daily, 3:30 P.
M.
7:20 P. M. For WiKiamsport, Rochester, Erie,
Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily, exeept Sat
urday, with Sleeping Car Washington to Roch
ester. 10:10 P. M. For Erie. Canandalgwa. Koehester.
Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily. PuMraan
Sleeping Car Washington to Kechester Satur
days only.
For Philadelphia, Neir Yurie, and the
EllHt.
1:00 P. M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED."
daily, all Parlor Car3, with DiBing Car frm
Baltimore. Regular at 7:u0 (Dining Car). 7.M.
7.55. 8.15. 9.00, 10.00 (Dining Car), and 11.00
(Dining Car from Wilmington) A. 31., 18.1.
3.15. 5.00 (Dining Car from Baltiinore). 0.3.
10:00, and 11:50 P. 31. On Sunday, 7:00 (Diniag
Car), 7.20, 8.15, 9.0O. 11.00 (Dining Car frm
Wilmington) A. 3L. :15. 3.15, 5.00 (Dinimj
Car from Baltimore), 6:50. 10:00. and 11:S0 P.
JL For Philadelphia only. Expr x-l 1L
week-days, 2.01, and 5.18 P. JL dally.
For Boston, without change, 7.55 A. M. week
day and 5.00 P. JL daily.
For Baltimore. 6.20. 7.00. 7.20. 7.53. 8.15, 9.00.
10.00, 10.50. 11.00 A. JL. 12.15. 12.15. I2JW.
2.01. 3.15. 3.30. 4.00. (Limited). 1.20, 1.31, 5.00.
5.40, 6.15. C.50, 7.20. 10.00, W.40, 11.35, and
11.50 P. JL On Sunday. 7.00. 7.30. 8.1S. 9.8
9.05, 10.50, H.fiO A. M-. 12.15. 1.15. 3.01. 3.U
3.30. 4.00. (Limited), 4.20, 5.00, 5.49, 8.1, 6-59,
7.20. 10.00, 10.10. ami H.50 P. JL
For Pope's Creek Line, 7:53 A. JL asd 4:M P. JL
week days.
For Annapoli. 700 xnd 9:00 A. JL. 12:k. and
5:10 P. JL week davs. Sundays, :60 A. JL
ami 1:20 P. SL
'Tlorida Special" for Jacksonville and St. Awtjm
tinc, 6:20 P. JL week day3. Express for Ftrt
da and poinU on Atlantic Coa Line. t'M A.
31. , 3:07 P. M. dailv; BichmoRd only. 11:45 A.
JL week davs; Atrinta Special, via Re-t-!l
and Seaboard Air Line. 5:00 P. JL daily. Ae-ccmm-jdatioB
f-r Oiantko, 7:15 A. M. ditty
tod 1. 25 P. JL week day.
Seashore Connection.
For Atlantic City (via Delaware River BriAce.
all-rail route). 3.15. 4.00. ("Copgressoal Li.-n-itfd").
asd 11.50 P. M. tfaily. Via Jtatket
Street Wharf, 10.1-0 and 11.00 A. JL. 12.15 P.
JL week days. 11.30 P. JL daily.
Tor Cape 3Iay', n.00 A. SL week days, 11.50 P. M.
dailv.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth ad G Streets,
and at the station. Sixth ami B Streets, where
ordrs can le left for the eheekiag of bag?ae
to destination frcm I otels and residences.
Telphonr call "1111" for VsahiifiyMih RalV
road ( ab Servire
J. B. HITCHIN'-OV, J. R- WOOD.
General Manager. General Passenger Agent.
Southern Ry.
Schedule in effect Januaiy 1. 1S00.)
Ail iraiui arne ana Kae i'euiyiauu. Paa-
j tenger Station. .-....-
-- . . j u,mii illtir
5:01 A. 31. Daily, local mi r-.ic, w-j.
, lotte, ana way saiu- -- .--, - -j
t for stiasburs, Harrisonburg, awl StanMwi "
except Sunday, and at Lynchbwg with i the N
, aMl Western dairy, and with C. i O. I.. fc. r
Natural Bridge nly. aad Lexi;toii .--
j cept Sunday; also fcuBBects at CalvertOB ar-
I 111. A. M.-Dai!v. the LN1TED STATES FAST
i MAIL. Pulbfian Sleeper New Yerk awl Wafc
' ingtou to Jacksonville and. MiamL """ 3
i Sati-burv with Pnllf- Sepr toe -hll- a
' Hit Sm-ins. N. C; KooxiM-. uiMtt
Menmhi. Tew... awl at Ck-Mte w;
sleeker tor Anu.ta. Ccucetts at C.-i
Hct spring. N. C; KnosiM. UWo85u. nw
Iumfcia with
f..r i-iilktoB. I'uBman SleeMf. Aw
York to N-w Orleans, .iiitis at Cho.Mte l
Pullman i-b-epcr ' A.t. S-1W tii.
' iugton t Neu Orlea-i witheul -n;s. IHatttc
t an!wlAt' M. iHiEy. local for Clrlotrwlr,
..'t;- t hrt-o tor MarrtatOB.
4 81 P "JL-I-ocl t-'S Urcut W-asrt. Strada?.
and IUtrHmbcr. A-ity. elt i!-,- ,.,
4:S P. M. laiJj. lcal tor CWlottoSi.
coa'iMet5 at Calertn ter wr!T5.".rtl,,. .vft
r.:" P. JL Week Iy5. M"w aOltK AM
riOBIDA LIMITFD. linest tr;n tn In wvim.
Pullman Drawios: W". -;. J?i .
Olxervation eais b-ei New Jerk. Wwfcl-gUi.
and St. A-)tie. via Ja.oviIie. Also mm-in-.rooni
SleepiriK CVt to AihcB nd Awgreni.
' W"s?P M.-1.I1T: NEW YORK AND fLMtWA
FXlMtESS. canies Pnllm-n Butfrt Sleii Crsk
w York and Wahiitim 1- A.krfrtWil.
I toMcrtimr there iiu lra-.Dt M--. ;
I inr car tor "t. Angu-tine and Mia. at to A
! tu -! I" "-"or Tmjx, Fh.. vi.i CntaMlkNK.
j ith eonnetinr for Aiken. Throoeh touch W
' mston to Jackworilic IXniiK er ntec.
I 5-31, P J! -Daily. "WASHINtfroNV.XD CHAT-
TNOO:A LIMITED." via LyBchg. wih
' tbro-h SLepers fiom New York and Washington
to JleVfiphis and New Orleans. tMOtnjh Pf-'l"hrt.u-
to-jeh WasMMrtvn l Jlewpfcfcs. Paster
I ami oUenalkw U" between Radorl. -Va aBd
I..-11- u IMninir Cir service.
i 10:13 P- Jl--"& " A' "ti , f
, col rllVVKs.TEKN LIMITED. ceioini of PH-
'ill'UWi .. ...... i-iCiiiVMYte rrfc
Sleeper.
DMb?
Cas.
f m-n
tsiIn!-1
I aed
Isv Om'
Pullen
Sfeepss,
Nw
. ... ." v-llk Tmsic. via AMKvWc Kx-
1 ille and CtalUiwo-; k M".
Athmia aid Mo.ta;omr.. . OIrvttia Steepta
fai
v YcrK ani nji iv .-,, -.
Attowta. PMlI-an. library, and Obr-
rjr between Nw York H W-
1
I tatton
. . , ...,.. rnri t ltisa rin(. ..
V TJk tor, wil'h tr.,i for Pinrfwrst. X. C.
Kxri Drawing-room Sleeping Car. between Nw
o,k WashingltHi. and New OrWaia. evry fh
,v a'nd satmihr. conrectinc tn-e """jn-t
limited" for Sin FtaneisCO. Jestihwkrf D-y
Ccitn Washinpton lo Atkir.ta. IHniwr Cr Serv
ice nnet IViwrnally Coodrnted Twirfct Exe-r-.ia
Sleeper 00 this train every MoKciay. Wedses-
.I,i -."4I-:'. . . -. ,- ; , .l.lu
dav. and FndaT to "i rrsm.- - .s-
TIIAINS ON WASHlMr-O.N A.M umu
uu " ""...- . .... ..! o..r. r. r -,'.
in-ton S:2 A. -"- wilt-, -mi 1 . a. -.
davf and 3:W P- 31. Sunday owly. fm Rnd
Hill' and 7:00 A. M. week days from Her.
andS-3l A. M. week days; 7:0rt z. M. JI-Bctetit.
and 7'.32 I'- 31. Wednesday ami Sained-, itmx
'Tirouttb trair frm the Scmth arrive at Wisfc
inlto" G:t2 and 7:35 A. U. : .2:1 m-I -JR SI.
dailr, and 10:15 A. 31. dutfy. est Xoncky.
Harrisonburg. 12 neon weelt day, and :l P.
JL dailv; from CharJottesvUte, S:2S A. 31. and
9:"t0 P. JL daily.
Tickets, sleeping ear reservations', ami other In
formation furtiislitd. and Uegae ead fsr and
checked from hotel ami rv-Mences by Unien
Transfer Compuny. or odw toft at Ttefcet Of
fictrt. 703 Fifteenth Street northwest: 511 Penn
sylvania Avenue northwest, and at Pennsylvania
Pss-senger Station. ... . . ,. 1
Telephone call 1141 for l'eH-71-iMa l:rvd
Cab Service. - ., . ,
FRANK S. GV.NNO.Y, Third iee Prei(dgnt and
General 3Ianagr.
J JL CULP. Trall'ie Jfanager.
W. A. TURK. General Passenger Agent.
L. S. BROWN. General Agent.
FOR KENT OFFICES.
GOOD OFFICES.
VERY LOW RENT.
Elevator Service.
Steam Heat.
HUTCH1NS BUILDING,
COR WTH A I.
APPLY
W. J. DANTE,
f.l3-tf
ROOM 33.
FOR RENT Desk teem, centre of city. ?"
floor: heat and gas: also service of elerkj $3
per month. Address BOX fg5. thU office fellt
WALL I-VrEIl.
OUR TORE shows that spris f coming. 1M3
of new- styles in Wall Paper already hero aHd
more on the" way. Rich, dainty, handsome de
signs. Stop in and we them. We paper rooms
-do rcry finest work- -for onl.. S-- "P- T. G.
yoLTE. 810 frth st. VOBB.IC'H. "cl7-H
ROOMS PAPERED. SL73 up: won. g"arnteel;
s-raplcs brouhL HUXT, UH I. St. nw. felG-3t
ui-
VNIOV Ieavs Washington !:! A. JJ. ! wl
4 13 P JL week day?, and 6:23 P. M. Stcy
u!y, for Round UiU; 1:35 : P. M.
G3 P 31 Satardavs. and It:20 P. JL wedaes
lavs and Saturdays "for Leesburg, and :2ft P. M.
. , ir.rruiiui. t;emrm:r. am k -s-

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