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THE 3HOl?3rrNG TIMES, MONDAY, PEBRUABY 25. 189G.
-ri gci ,jnn""riiSMMarii'E BHHIHHHSESH Twenty Words - for Te n Cents. i r SPECIAL NOTICES WASHINGTON. D. C February Ki? SwS-ik annual meeting or I ho hhareholdersofUieFidelity Investment Coni iiany of the District or Columbia, ftir tlie election or a board of sex en directors for the ensuing vcir, will be held at the crrice or tlie company. Room Ko. 105. Atlantic 3'uilding. en Tuesday. March 3. 1S9G. at 7:110 p. m. JAMES H. T1BBITTS. Sec retary. 1 l--" GENTLB3IAN having positive infor mation in nj,.ud In stock deal about to !o made in V.all Street, desires party to operatennd divide profits, which will be large; you handle tie money; this is an op TiortunTlv seldom of rem). Address K. M. 5t tills orrie. rf24-3l-cm WA?,H) G i ON r. c . -l. xtsyo. 631 Pa. ave. nw.- V meeting nf the slocki older 1 the Caiiit hnhw.i v Comiiaur will be held at A. E. Handle's oirice. G31 Pa. ave. nw.. on THURSDAY. Fob., 27, 1690, at 12 o'clock 1:0011. lor the purpose or elect" nUf 'lremrs. ARTHUR E. HANDLE. fe31-5t AUuL'faTUS BLRtiDOUP. TBC E annual lovcung or the stockholders o't the Cross Manufacturing Company will be Jield at 107 King fel- Alexandria. Va.. MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 2. IbOG, at 3 p. m., for e.-eclinn or board or direotors ami Uie transaction or such busi ness as may 'awfully come berore It. JOS. B. FORKEit. Sec. Fvurttr 1ft. KS90. felS-1-it losi. STHATED from 1705 Mass. ave. uotk uniiuio bull terrier, with white breast and feet: had on collar with name .sand a.ddress. Mittoa Mass. Reward jiaid if returned to" above address. It LOST Small brown pockctbook, near cor- 9th ami 1 sis.. Saturday evening. containing J.i-- and $3.18. Pieav murn to CHAMBERMAID. 901 Dill si- nw. It LOST Saturday night, small feather ltoa oh 5th st., Iietwtvn P and R. I ave: valued as a gift. Reward If returned to 17QG 5th st. 1 t-cm LOST-About b o'clock 111 B. .t P. depot, brack monkey-fur muff. Liberal re ward if left at 332 S.G.O., "War Department, lt-em jU'SIXESS CHANCES FOR SALE-At a tacrifice, dining and 1. lit. 1. mom, doing a Rioil business. Address CHANCU. this office. It A BAHGAIN-A lC-room house, sit uated 1 block from the Capitol, nw.; fully far. J or roomers .or boanlers: room ers already 111 house; parties leaving the city by 1st of March: terms moderate Add ress Box T.E.M.,thiB office. fe24-3t-em THREE LOG HAFTS FOR PACIFIC How They -Will He Made and Towed mid the Com of It AH. - Oregonlan. Capt. IL R. Robertson and Mr. W. I. Real of San Francisco arrived in this city yestorday, and this morning will take the M earner Potter Tor Stella. Their object is iohuy sufficient fire lumber to con struct three more large rafts, similar to those built last year, for shipment to San Francisco. After visiting Stella and as certaining what arrangements can be made with the lumbermen in that neighborhood, Mr. Robertson will take a trip to the lumber. districts of the sound before com pleting his purchase. ThtTmatteror towing the timber to the fca is a subject to which Mr. Robertson is giving considerable attention, as he enn hBVe his rafts towed from soucil points to the niouih of the Columbia River for ,$150 each less than he is required to pay fur towing the .same from points on the Columbia River to the lightship orr As toria. For the three rafts this would make a difference of $450. The cost or towing the rafts from the mouth of the Columbia to San Francisco is $1,000 each, which brings the total cost of tow age to each raft.$l,4B0 and $1,000, ac cording to the place from which the raft has to be taken in low. It is.probable. however, that the lumber wHI Ik; purchased and the raft constructed at or near Stella, as Mr. Roliertson has a $10,000 plant at that point for this work, which would cost considerable to transport to Pugct Sound. Though they intend to arrange for felliug the tree at once, the ran will not Ik com meJieed until Mme time in March. It will require a little over four mouths to con struct the three. These three rafts will b of a uniform size, viz.: 527 feet long, 52 feet wide, 30 feet deep, and drawing 20 feet of water when floated .a nd will contain some 5,000, 000 supwficial fivt of lumber each, board measure. The lumber shipped, which in itludes piling and spar timber, saw logs and long timber or every description, will be packed fu a cradle constructed for the ptirpoec. The raft, when ready to be towed, will resemble a cigar in shape, flattened on the upper, stile and tapering to a point at each end. "When the logs are placed in the uradlea large tow-chain will be run through the center of the raft. To this will be connected oilier chains running herring bone fashion every twelve feel, fastened to other chains surrounding and binding the logs together the same distance apart. The manner of constructing these rafts is most Ingenious, and was patented by the Inventor, Captain Roberteon, some years ugo. Mr. Robertson will make contracts for the lumber, which is to be Oregon fir, to be placed alongside the cradle in the water. BICYCLES OF CHEAT COST. N;v York Firm to Mei'tu Demand for $1,000 MneliliicK. Exchange. The most prominent New York jewelry firm has fomething new Tor wheelmen in n silver bicycle, which was put on exhibi tion at their store a few days ago. The wheel Is the first of ttc kind ever made. In order to injure strength and durability it was necessary to have the supporting rods and spokes of steel. All the leit of the frame is or sterling silver. The handle bar is of plain silver, with burnished Ivory handles. The other silver parts arc finely engraved by hand, wilh icpouse etching of the Louis XII style. The sprocket -wheel is or plain silver. Tlie saddle itseir is studded with silver nails. Tlie cost of the machine, as it stands, is $,00. A silver lantern to go wilh it will add from $100 to $200 to the price. The completed wheel weighs about twenty-six pound- a member or the com pany .said, in explaining the 1 Obstruction or Hie new bike: "This wheel was built to supply a demand which we know to exist among tome of our patrons for a better and more expensive wheel than can be had on the market at present. Sucli a. wheel we have tried to make, and I be lieve that another season will see many or them at the fashionable re.-ortjif" A -woman's wheel Is Uclng finished in the firm's shops. The wheci will he much more richly ornamented, and its price will be $1,000. A lantern, which is being made to go with it, will Le set with precious clones and will cost scleral hundred dollars. ases THOMAS BOWLING CO.. Auctioneers, 61 2 E St. N. W. TRUSTEES' SALE 01- VALUABLE FRAME HOUSE AND LOT, ON LUD LOW AVENUE, WHITNEY CLOSE. By virtue or n deed or trust dated June lfl. lSJr. and recorded Jim 20. 1 W. In Liber 2034, folio 146, of the District of Loiumbia Land Keconis. default 1 aingoc cnrird thereunder, the undersigned will otter at pub If sale on TUESDAY. MARCH the 3d, A. I)., lKfG, at 4 o'clock p. :n., in front T the premises, lot 3. in block I), of the subdivision known as"Whitney Close.' said lot fronting 67.17 feet on Ludlow avonue, with a depth of 200 feet. Terms or sale One-third cash, one-third in one year, and one-third in two years, or all cash at purchaser's option, dererred payments to' be secured by deed of trust uKn premises sold, and 10 bear interest at the rate of G per cent per annum from the day of sale, payable semi-annually. A deposit of $1JQ0 "will 'e required at the time or sa!e.' Terms or sale to be com plied wilh in ten days or premises will be resold at the risk and cost or defaulting purchaser. n JACKSON H. RALSTON. Trustee. 1333 F st. nw. FREDERICK L. SIDDONS. Trustee. fel9-12texS 13JJ3 F St. nw. FOR HEN'T HOUSES FOH RENT-T0.1 good colored tenant. 0-room house in excellent order; 912 V st. nw.. Apply to owner, 1-1-13 b st. nw. fc25-3t FOR RENT New G-rooin house and outbuildings; beautifully situated, with 15 acres of land, on good read. 4 1-2 miles from city. Addie.ss Y., this orfice. It FOR HENT-At Brookland, 7-room frame cottage: with modern improve ments: 2 fcquares from electric cars. In quire r. S. IIO LLIDGEr care Saks A Co city. . ft-23-7t FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. A ROOO"7 N VESTMENT-Dwif ing to Jei've. the city. I will sell my 3 alley nouses, situated lictween Mass. ave and t: and 2d and 3d Ma. nw.. for the sum total of $1,250. spot cash; thev biing a total rental or $11 p?r mouth, and are al ways under rental; perfect title, wllh ab stract from til U association Iree; which will be brought i dawn to date. H. R. KIBLER, with Julius Lansburgh's Carpet and FurnitureCo. feb23-7t KENILW0RTH, MARYLAND. lSEAUTTFCiXT S11UATKD 0?i LINK 01 CHEW CILYK & KENSINGTON EhlXTRIC RAILWAY, COJvNKCllCUT AVENUJi KX TLNDED, CONVENIENT TO CITY. CHEAP FAR1-. HUILDING LOTS, VILLA SITES. ACREAGE. Tot salo ar 1 w X'rlccs aud on oasy forms. Ileuses built tvhure doslrod. Tor pints aud in lorinntlon call 0:1 HEDFGHD W. WALKER & SON, s NO lOOtf VSt N. W. felG-lra, I-OH SALE HOUSES. FQR S-AIjE Good Investment; two frame i.ouser, 37 539 4th sl.se., ueep lot, wilh alley in the rear; rented to ex cellent tenants: also lot on K st.. Let. 3d and 4th ne.. improved by small frame house. Terms easy. Apply OWNER, 214 N. Cap itol st. fe23-3t IV VXX15D HOUSES. WANTED-To rent, six-room house in nw., with a. in. 1.; no agents. Ad dress it. F.. care fcub-slation No. 5. fe22-3t,em WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS. DEPRTiHEIVT stamps, ait kinds and any quantity, bought and highest cash prices given. H. F. DUNEHORST. 1005 7th st. nw- tie22-tf TOLL HO ADS IX KEXTUCKY. Tliey CofihtHtitttii Heavy Tax and t lie IVopIe JVunt to Get Hid of Them. LouisA-llli- CourhT-Jouriinl. . Thjre is an air of business about the agitation now going on in Kentucky on the subject of free turnpikes. The macada mized roads of Kentucky have been famous for their excclleme. They are splendid highways, and .In the older part or the State they wind about among the blue grass farms like driveways in a park. Some of thenVare very old; some have been allowed to run down; many have been recently constructed. Some or them pay handsome dividends to their stockholders, and a few gentlemen in Central Kentucky who were farslghted enough to gather up all the bargains they could fi id in lurnpil.e stock have become quite important as turnpike magnates. Other roads have been less profitable, and in general the expense of properly main taining a turnpike Is no small matter. The Stale of -Kentucky i& a pretty large owner of turnpike stock, and it is not a particularlyprofltnbleiiivestmenl. There Isalsoa great deal of county money in vested in the turnpikes, several counties having Invested heavily in this way in the past few years. But toll' 'roads, however excellent and valuable are not cheap. The tolls are regulated bylaw, but at the lowest they constitute, a pcavy tax on the community, and the prejudice against the tollgatc has been Increased- f or years. It has for some years past taken, the form Of an active agitation for making old turnpikes and gravel roads free. Many schemes hava been proposed, nearly all of them depending on the purchascof the roads by the counties and varying only in proposed methods of payment and'of maintaining the road after purcliase. Cm nip In tlie Les. Many persons of both sexes are troubled -with cramp in cue or loth of the legs. It usually comes on suddenly, and while it lasts the pain is acute. Most people jump out of bed the cramp nearly always comes on just after going to bed or while un dressing and cither rub their leg or get someone to do it for them. There is noth ing easier than lo overcome the spasm and the method suggested is as follows: Pro vide a good sliong cord a long garter will do if nothing else d, handy. When the cramp comes on take the cord, wind it around the leg over the place in which the pain is felt and lake one end in each hand and give it a sharp pull, one lhat will hurt a little. The cramp will cease in stantly and the suffcier can-go to bed assured that it will not come again that night. Philadelphia Rccoid. Exploding an Old Myth. 'Are you superstiUousC" "No; I go', out or that at a very early age." "How did it happen?" "IwasbornonFnd:iy,Aprill3,andtheFrl day that I became thirteen years old a rich uncle died leaving me $5,000 by will." Chicago Record. Hit tee. "Jimmy, where are jer a-goin' yer are makiir such preparation?" "Don't you know no better n lo talk lo a man who is shavhr with a sharp carvoy knife? Do you suppose it's as easy a matter as Uiiyni" a fall bonnet? Truth. KOK It EXT ROOMS. POH KENT 1014 1 1 Hi $1. nw. Nicely iui. rooms', light houseke ttKticpiug; nioueram rates. It FOlt RENT A wry large buck parlor and a -small room; nicely fur.; complete for housekeeping; a. m. i-: $15 per mouth. 120 c st. nw. ' "ieb25-3L C11.-.111 is'irme iiiy. 1 rnn t room; 2d flo itf floor: heat, gas, bath: private! :os u st. nw. ffcbgs-31 - family. 3 POK RENT Two. or three 2d-.slorvj I rout rooms; furnished or unfurnished:? single or together. 919. 7th st,, nw. fe2D-3t FOB KENT Twolnrgepleasant rooms' suttame for ifghf-lfcuseueeplng; mod.' imps.; convenient 10 cars aild heiulcs; $5. 1745 Sea ton st. 11 W. ' .' It, FOH KENT Large Curutsfied rotiih. 2d rioor. and two IftrgVlnrurnished rooms, 3d floor: 58. 1315 lOtli st.inv. It fOK nEx'X"'L,m'ur,ll!,,-'l. three-huge rooms 011 2d rioor; SI 8 If taken at once. 805 9th st. nw. It FOR RENT rwoTonmilinlca ting 1111 lurntsiied rooms, front and back; good location;rent cheap. -iGSIIst.nw fe25-3t l'OK. 2..M.KT $Lt0 and $2 per week. furnished rooms; heat, gas, bath; pri- roi vate family. KjG H st. nw. ie'i-at FOR EEHT-- tuely lurniMitd double parlors; to be Had cheap fiom Mnich 1. 20 GDs U W. fe23-3t FOK RENT-'37 K st. nw., ni. elyYur. rooms, single or en suite, with lirst c'as loard- ecctrlc and cable lines: loca tion finest in thechj fe23-3t FOR" RENT -Nicely rtfrnlshed front room; also back: with 'good board: terms reasonable. G38 11 st. sw. fe23-3t FOR RENT Large, second story front, room; ruruisucd or unfurnished; for gentleman only. No. 923 20111 St. nw. fe23-3t FOR RENT 419 K st. nw., furnished and unfurnished ioonis, en suite or sIpu -"liable for light housekeeping. reJ3-3(: FOR RENT Cheap, 1 nicely-iur. room at Jlrookland. suitable for 1 or 2 gentlemen; both hot and cdld water; heat; within 3 squares or statlort. Address MRS. BROWN, Urookland. D. C. rc23-3t FOR RENT Front room; southern ex posure. 1007 E st. 11 w.; 2d flat. fe23-3t FOR RENT Unfur.. 2d floor. 4 warm rooms; would separate; furnace heat; gas and bath: hot and cold water; all single rooms Trout, housekeeping permitted. 709 Sth St. nw. , fe23-3t i?OK RENT rms.. 2 rur,; suitable for light housekeeping; hent. gas, light and bath. 116 D st. nw. re22-3t,em FOR RENT 3coiu.,mirur;.,plensant2d storv rooms. 511 2d st. nw. feb22:7t 1 Where is the milkmaid? After you have found her remember that anything1 else you may need can b9 found by using- The Times' Want Page. FOR HENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Threeor four unrurnished rooms and lutlh, $12 and $15: also l furuished room, front, $6. 715 T st. nw. fe22-3t,cm FOR RENT 3 rms.. fur. or unfur., 2d f iTroT 1312 I st. nw. fe22-3t.em wnu t jt-twt' R-icfc and Tronl room. Oil 2d iloor: tiir- or unfur.. with table 1 board. GOG 11 st. nw.; rcasonaoic. fe20-7t ' FOR RENT 2 or : unrur. rooms: heat, gas and hath: 2d floor; suitable for housekeeping; terms moderate. 304Est.ne. lt-em FOR RENT On 2d lloor, 3 unfur. rooms; heat and light: house clean and in good condition. 1017 N. .1. ave. nw. fe24.-:U-em FOR RENT Front rooms, with or without board; new house, mod. imps ; private fa mil v; gentlemen preferred; no Ifiltllli.- l.llllll.t, -V,,i . I jn j housekeeping; refs. exchanged. JIT. PLEASANT, this office. ll.eni FOR RENT 'Two unfur. rooms. 2d floor, suitable for light housekeeping; water and sink in back room; rent. $7.50. 430 Q st. nw. f24.-3t,r-ni FOR RENT Two unfur. rooms, newly papere.l and painted; suitable for light housekeeping; water on same floor. 031 D st. nw. f24-3t.eni FOR RENT Unfur., 4 rooms, with bath on 2d floor; 4-18 P st. iw. In quire at 445 P st.nw. fc21-Gt-em "WANTED ROOMS. " V ANTED -Gentleman wishes unfur- ftirnistied room on or near E.Canttolsi.: not to exceed $5 per month. L. D., 047 Acker st. ne. It WANTED-By gentleman, room and boarit near Trltulv Church, George town. Address box 27, this office. ; feS5-3l WANTED -By young man, stranger m city, nieeiurnisiied room in private fam ily; location to be not more than 15 minutes walk from G. P. O. Address M. H., this office, slating terms. it WANTED-Uy a lady who has a well kept lot of furniture, room and board for use of same; will be home but a short time each month. Address CARE, this office. feb23-3t WANTED Unrur. room, suitable for oirice, bet. 7ih and 15th. Pa. ave. and IE sis. nw; stale price. J. M. B ARTELS. Alexandria, Va. fe23-3c FOlt SA LI". -MISOELliA XEOBS. FOR SALE-Steel gray nily. 3 .vears old; sired by Exteloid. dam by Tele graph; broke uus.wiuiur; penecuy suuuu. 53 P st. nw- arter 3 fK1," rc35-3t FOR SALE-UlHpidnd stud lor sale: very cucun, auuiim v. r. v.., wh ofrice. it fT ST.. Oft SATE S2JJD; Jjient a id provision store on 7th 8l. tOV.ffiwner leaving city: leap rent. B. M.. jLhi fiifice. Ie25-3t -COlCElvyOOIJi COKE!-l bushels coke for $1; lu UUudies roshr kindling wood. l()e. S. AV. L'UEl ASSOCIATION. 033 F st, 11 w. l 1 fe25-7t FOR SA.L.E COnftc-lionery store, do ing a gord bulni&jL next to school; $125c-isli. .1021 l-it-sU nw. fc 25-3t FOR SALE-A POir, of horses, offered nt a barguui to immediate purchaser; particulars or I. .S. HOLLIDUE at Saks & Company's. re24-3t-eiu FOR SALE-Cheap, a good cash gro cery iinu confectionery store, situated near a public school of700 children; good reason for telling. 00iI bt.-ne. l24-3l,cm FOR SALE-Cushion tire bicycle in lirst-ciatw condition; price, $10; can be seen at 132G V st. nw. 124-31,em FOR SALE Fresh AUiernv cow and calf, cheap; price, $30. Apply 024 I st. nt?; 124-3l,em FOR SALE Cheap, gentleman's bi cycle, goon condition, $10. Apply 327 C st . nw. j 1 tem FOR SALE Ruunboui buggy,, shafts, Brewster pole and set double harness; all nearly new. BUGGY, this office. fc23-3t FOR SALE-Coal! Coal! Coal! Any kind; n bushels, for $1; delivered and carried In free. S.YV.FUEL ASSOCIATION. 033 F t;t. nw. feb23-7t FOR SALE Cheap, stock ano nxtures or a meat and provision store; will sell separately. Apply 7I3F - sw- fo23-3t FOR SALE Pianos and organs 51 week; 20 used Instruments, ranging in price from $25 to $150; to go for $3 down; $1 weeklv. BRADBURY WAREROOM8. 1225 Pa. ave. fel 3-1 men FOR R2UNT OR SALE-Eleven and cue-half acres, slx-ioom house, barn and out-houses-., fine land; on Sargent Rond. Apply CHARLES II. 80UDER. on premises 1 3-4 lullea rrom llrookland, D. C. fcll-14t-em FOR SALEllcsl make or incubators, brooders and fresh green bono; call and see the Incubators in working order. Bchmid's Wrd aud Pet Animal Storca, 712 12th st. nw.. and 1221 Pa. ave. oc5-tf. FOR SALE SUBURHAX. FOR SALE-Al HroOKiand. D. C. one or the prettiest six-room houses in the village; price $2,85b; easy terms. Ad dress H. J., Urookland, D. C. fe2t-7t MISCELLANEOUS. POHK sausage, hot cakes, and corfee. 10 cents. MONK'S, 931 E st. nw. le24- U COME to the Midway Lunch and Dining rooms and try our new process corfee. It has no rival for excellency in the city. HENRY BUNHAUS, proprietor. No. 621 7th st. nw. Ic22-3t-em 1,000 bill heads, neatly printed. $1.50. L.UV ltIUE PRINTING CU..4.:ti 11th St. uw. fe2l-lmo ' PIANOS moved by experienced men, 1 $ COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO., 323 4 1-2 st. nw. 'Phone 15GG. lelG-tf FTJKN1TUEE moved; largest 2-horse load Tn the city, $2.50; experienced handlers. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO., 323 4 1-2 st. nw. 'Phone 15GG. felG-lX EXTRA. ETRA.-Get your shoes repaired lor CO cents, soles and heels, at 31h Pa. ave. nw. fel7-lmo SO CENTS down; new credit system; bauttuet lamps, rugs portieres, lace cur tains, table linen, clocks, silverware, decora ted dinner and toilet sets, blankets, com rort3, family aud teachers' Bibles, etc.: send postal; will bring samples. NORTHEAST CREDIT HOUSE, 1210 H St. ne.; open till 9 o. m. fe4-lni CANCEBS cured without the knife; ample references. Saultarium, 1320 G Bt. nw. CHARLES ALLEN, M. D. no203mo JUST received; flrio lot young Cu ban parrots, guaranteed to talk; also monkeys, cauarlcs, mocking birds, gold rish. dogs, and fancy pigeons. SCHMID'S, 712 12th St. nw-, bioneh 1221 Pa. avo. tnylO-tt , GUNS, riries. rqvplvers. loading tools, f hunters' outfits,; -syatches, jewelry, guitars, violins, banjo'sja'andolins, at about one-half regular dealers' prices, at PAWN SHOP. No. 1 009 E st- aw.' oal-Gmo TOR SALE OH EXCHANGE. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-For country or suburban properly on the railroad, not less tl-a.i lucres. a handsome dwelling on Capilol Ihut ft rooms; all mod ern improvements; convenient to two lines of cars and htrdics.r Address Y. M.. this office. fe25-3t FOR EvCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE-Nfv.' house; all modern imnrovemenis: will trade cnultv for building 'ot in BrooIJand or Takomu, iD.C. Callorad(iiessG22Kne. It PEHSOXALS. THOUSANDS r copies good sheet music. 5c per copy; popular music at popular prices; piano tuning; store open until ,7 30 p. in. W. II. SHOEMAKER & CO.. -122 9th st. nw. It SJfjuCi.L"-Eeiyoiieatii-iHi"l'inutore Up to uaie.'Thursday and Friday nlgnls: benefit Ml. Pleasant Drum Corps; admis- sion25e; National RiflcB' Hail. It ECZEMA ! chronic skin diseases can be cured by Mme. Fuae's healing salve. 71 1 11th st. nw. fc2C-7t Si if j itj 'V fl AjLiJS W iu. A K'si seauee will beheld at woiin'K Hall, 721 Gth st.nw., 011 WEDNESDAY evening by Mrs. Zoller. medium; interviews daily. 523 lrfth st. nw. fr2C-2t SXA.OA.3VIB SEE or rsew York, clair voyant, business and trance medium; sittings daily. 1212 G st. nw.. bet. 12th aii(ll iilh. fe2.-3t "JOHNNY. Jiel vour gun." don't go now, as we are selling splendid custom made suits aud overcoats, "just a little" worn, at prices that will make you our friends foreer. JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 019 1) st. uw. fe25-7t DAWC' TCG taught privately, $1; any hour; daily to 9 p. m.; class, 3 for eight lessons; lady teachers; jitivate resi de nee: rers. Address QUICK METHOD. thlspffice. L rel9-7t THE -Midway Lunch and Dinlng-Rooms, now open, at No. G21 7lh st. nw.. op posite the Patent Orfice. wiiere good stjuare meals will be served at 25c, and a good lunch at 15c. Gome and try it. "We guar antee to give satisfaction. HENRY BUN- HAUS. Proprietor. fe22-3t-em MME. FRANCIS, medium, none. ,s ecpial; gives lire rrom cradle to grave. Rn r h 10 9. Ee. and 50c. 324- East Capitol su fc-20-7t R. LEON. 401 Missouri Avenue. oll am LAl"iSS U'-'ednig confidential treat ment. A Rare and sure relief In all female trouble, constipation, irregulari ties, timiv.i cancer, opium habit. Tistuln, etc. Separate rooms for patients Lerora and during confinement, and find homes for lurnntR if rcijulretl. Strictly confiden tial. MRS. DR REN'NER. 1G Fourth St ne., near E. Capitol st., Washingtou. D. C 3e3-tf laCAiIEE. True Medium, tells life from cradle to grave: also business and love afrairs;lost or stolen property: rriends And enemies, and how to avoid trouble: removes evil influences; gives- good luck, etc.; 25 and 50 cents; hours, 0 to 9. 929 II st. nw. fe8-lm-em LADIES who use the Mound City Dish Washer will save many valuable mo ments: it also saves the hands; sec sample at 932 24th CLOSINTG' out sewing machines at half price. Highest grade $60 makes at S30 while they last. NEWMAN'S. Gil 7th st. rl9-7t.em PERSONALS. DR. TAYLOR. 908 F st. nw., makes full nets of teeth for $5; satisfaction guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain; gold tilling. Si: amalgam. 50c. ee-Mf 3". T. WALKEB SONS. 20-1 lOlhst. nw.. carpet lining, felts, fire brick, and clay, asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement. two and three-ply roofing material. ap2l-tf PERSONAL William Ferguson. -builder, J. Duncan Harrison, Builders' Exchange. Baltimore, Md.; Telephone No. 1973, 1813. Gen. Agents for the Eclipse Fire Engine. f e2 1-1 m-em TVnvtE. SEE Clairvoyant and Trance Mqdium. 1212 G nw.; sittings daily; seance at Wonn's Hall, 721 Gth st. nw., Monday, February 24, at 8. p. m. Seats 25c. f e24-l t-em WANTED Carpets and rugs to clean: colors restored equal to new by our process: terms reasonable; satisractlon guar anteed. Address W. D. MUNDAY. 635 G st. nw. fe2-lmo TOAST, eggs, and corfee, 10c. at MONK'S. 931 E st. nw. fl8-7t,etn PEOP. CLAY. Greatest Medium, tells bislness, love afrairs. lost or stolen property; removes bad luck, evil Influences: fee, 50 cents; hours,. 10 to 9; open Sun day. 489 H St., bet. 4 1-2 and Gtli sis sv. feG-lm SlOO reward for a case of dyspepsia or indigestion that cannot be cured with Crump's Tonic or Fruit and Spices. En dorsed by the following: M. M. Parker. ex-Senator Charles F. Alanderson. W. C. Tllden. M. D., Ph. D.; Capt. N. J. Guenther, Churle-i Dletz. J. B. Hammond. D. W. Clas sic Charles G, .Simons, L. S. Brown, J. R. Kemp, and many others. Delivered to any part of the city. Drop a postal. CRUMP MFG. CO.. G03Fst.nw. fe8-3tw-tu.th.sa. EDnCATIO.VAL. TECOROUG"--I instruction, piano and organ; terras moderate. Studio, 721 3d st. nw. fe23-3t J. O. KiorfSELL. teacher or guilar. 730 9th st. nw., after 4 p. ni. re23-7r. WIKODAUGHSIS Classes. 1328 1 st. uw., beginning November Short band, dictation and typewriting:, Mrs. Bald Win, or BasiUL-ss High School; bookkeeping:, etc. ADA L. SMITH Sunt. FO R RENT MISCEL1 , AXEOUS. FOR RENT Part of storeroom to let: Liieap, goou business stand. l35 list, nw. rel9-7t-eai SITUATIONS W ANTED FEMALE. Mtlp Wanted mid Situations Wanted 0 WoUls for 10c WANTED Competent dressmaker would iikc work by day or. week; beat or city rcf. Address M. It. P., this office. It WANTED -Bv a settled white woman a position in small family for general housework or to take charge of child or au Invalid. Call at 500 E. Capitol si. 3t WANTED- By tolort woman plaiva-s took or chambermaid; gdod reierence. Address 1632 11th u W. It WANTED -By experienced cutter, do mestic garments for the trade. Address 1233 Md. ave., ne. It WANTED- By colored woman, work by the day; good reference. Address 1720 5th nw. it WANTED -By colored woman place as nurse in small family. Call or address LILLIE JORDON, 2H0a Messmurvave.UYi-. It WANTED-Gents' ofrice to clean, or cuainoeruiaid work; rcL; 'washing to take home. Address rear 1213 R. it- nw. It WANTED-U)' colored woman, .place in no wiistilng at home or out. In the flftv- ,rwul ri.r Afldrfi.'V HAIII'V Address BAGBY,"22t9 1 2ltl Si. UW. It WANTED Artists needing- sm model ror aitenioons. address MuDKL. Hits office. - fe25-3t WANTED-By colored woman, place as cook of chambermaid. In small 1am ily. Address 3-lt Md. ave. sw. It VANTED-liy colored woman, (tittce to no general housework, washing and ironing; best ref. Address NANCY BENCK. 23-19 H st. 11 w. It Wv.DVi.'i;D Wasnmg and frpning to tin at home, or wfL go out to work. 25 9th st. ne. it WANTED By colored woman; place I co uo general uouseworK; wasn ami iron; best ror. Address JENNIE SNELL. 2118 H st. nw. - it WANtKli- oiiuation by yonng gfrlas iiouserna it ar.d waiting or do general housework; good refs. Addrees .M. It., No. 19. Fort Myer. Va. It-cm WANTED -By a white girl, a nice place as chambermaid or waitress-lit private family. Call oraddfe'ss 1712 19th st. nw. fe24-2t,em WANTED-Plate to cook-. -wash and iron; best references. 171 Marion Court nw. Item WANTED -By colored woman, wash ing by the day. Address 2111 Chestnut court. Item WASTED- MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED- Party with several hundred dollars to promote a good paying busi ness. 1521 9th nw. It BUY ON CREDIT-See down: miscellaneous. cents :4-3t WANTED To rent an improved farm on railroad near city. W. G. D.. this oflice. fe25-3t WANTED state price, fice. -To buy a pool table cheap: Address CASH, this of- lt WANTED-To buy portable oven. Ad dieas U VtN. this ofrice. rc23-3t WANTED-Tu purchase, grocery, con rectionery or cigar store doing good business. C. E. H., this office. fe22-3t.em W ANTED Ladies tohavethelrdresses made for $5.00, at Madam U rail's. 908 N. Y. ave.; perfect fit. Agnt Baugh inan's adjustable dress system. $5.00. fe21-lmo YOU SAVE 30C. on thedotiar 11 we paper your rooms from $2.00 up. Call and be convinced. F. G. NOLTE. S10 Othst., no branch; phone445. fel3-lmo B. L. BCA.YS prints a neat business card ror $l per 1,000. 1221 M st. ne. f e5-l mo WantedTry Rubber Roof Palni. WE ST0? ALL LEAKS FREE. AnC tii3.tz oulyfor p'.ntlnc: norKrusraatsit NAT. RUBBEK ROOF PAINT CO. l-rii Stl air ItAUiROADS. RAILROAD. STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STREETS. In Eirect January 0, 1890. 10.30 A. &I. PENNSYLVANIA LIM ITED. I'lilhiian Sleeping, Billing. Smok ing and Observation Car?, Harrisburg to Chicago, Cincinnati. Indianapolis. St. Louis. Cleveland, and Toledo. Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisburg. 10.30 A. 2kl. FAST LINE. Pullman . Burret Par or t ar to Harrisburg. Parlor and Dining Cars. Harrisburg to Pittsburg. 3.4G P. 3d. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS-. Pullman Burret Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Sleeping and Dining Cars Parnshurg to St. Louis. Cincinnati. Louis ville and Chicago. T.IO F. ST. WESTERN EXPRESS. Pullman bleeping Car to Chicago and Harrisburg to Cleveland. Dining car lo Chicago. T.IO F. 3tl. SOUTHWESTERN EX PKES& Pullman Sleeping and Dining Cars to St. Louis, and Sleeping Car. liarnsuurg to uinciuunti. 10.40 F. ar. PACIFIC EXPRESS Pullman Sleeping Car to Pittsburg. 7.50 A. IVT. for Kane. Canandaigua. Rohcesier aim Niagara Falls, daily, ex cept Sunday. 10.30 A. 3VT. Tor EIniira aniLRenova, dally, except Sunday. For Willianisporr, dally. 3 40 p. m. . $. T.IO F. M. for Wllliamsport. Rochester. Buffalo and Niagara Falls". daijr,xcept Saturday, with Sleeping Car.wSjm)rtou to Suspension Bridge, via Buffalo 10.40 F. ST. for Eric'.CanandiiTgua, Rochester. Bulfalo and- r$agara Falls, daily. Sleepingcar Washington tbElmira. For Philadelphia. Xew YorKind tho East 4.00 F. at. "CONGRESSIONAL LIM ITED. Daily, all Parlor Cars, -with Dining Car rrom Baltimore. Regular at 7:05 ( Dining Carl. 720. 9:00. TOOO t Din ing Carl. 1O.05 (Dining Carl and 11.00 (Dining Car rrom Wilmington 1 A. M.. 12:45. 3:15, 4:20. G.40. 10:00 and 11:35 p. ai. vn tsunuay. , .u& (Dining Can. 7:20. 9:00, 10:05 (Dining Carl. 11 00 (Dining cur trom Wilmington) A.M.. 12:15. 3:15. 4:20. 6.40, 10 00 and 11:35 P. M. For Philadelphia only. Fast Express. 750 A. M. week-days. Express. 12:15 week days. 2:01 and 5 40 P. M. dailv. For Bostoh. without change. 7 50 A. il. week da vs. and 3:15 P. M. dally. For Baltimore. G.25. 7.05, 7.20, 7.50, 9.00. 10.00.10.05,10.30, 1 1.00 and 11.50 A. M., 12.15, 12.45. 2.01. 3.15, 3.40. ( 1.00 Limited). 4.20. 4.3G, 5.40. G.05, G.40. 7.10, 10.00. 10.40. 11.13, and 11.35 P.M. On Sunday. 7.05.7.20. ti.no. 9.05, 10.05, 10.30. 1 1 00 A. M.. 12.15. 1.15. 2.01, 3.15. 3.40, (4.00 Limhed). 4.20. 5.40. G.05. G.40, 7.10, 10,00, 10.40 and 11.35 P. M. For Pope's Creek Line, 7.20 a.m. and 4.3G p. in. daily, except Sunday. For Annapolis. 7.20, 9.00 a-, m., 12.15 and 4.20 p. ni. daily, except Sunday. Sun da vs. 9.00 a. m. and 4.2i p. m. Atlantic Coast Line. "Florida Special" for Jacksonville and St. Augustine, 10:48 p. m. week days. Express for Richmond, points on Atlantic Coast Line, 4:30 a. in.. 3:46 p. m., daily. Richmond and Atlanta. 8.40 p. m daily. Richmond only. 10:57 a. in. week days. Accommodation ror Qaanlico. 745 a. m., daily, and 4:25 p. in. week days. For Alexandria. 4.30, G.35, 7.45, 8.40. 9.45, 10.57, 11.50 a. m., 12.50, 1.40. J.20, 4.25. 5.00, 5.37. 6.15, 8.02. 10.10 and 11.39 p. m On Sunday at 4.30, 7.45, 9.45 a. m., 2.45, G.15, 8.02, and 10.10 p.m. Leave Alexandria for Washington, 6.05. 6.43, 7.05. 8.00, 0.10. 10.15, 10.28 a. m . 1.00, 2.15. 3.00. 3.23. 3.00. 5.30; G.13: 7.00. 7.20. 9.10. 10.52. and 11.08 p. m. On Sunday at G.43. 9.10. 10.2S a. m.. 2.15. 5.20. 7.00, 7.20, 9.10 and 10.52 p. ill. TiCKet offices, corner Fifteenth and G streets and at the station. Sixth and B streets, where ordcra can b" left ror the chtekiug or baggage, to destination from hotels and residences. S. M. PREVOST, J. R. WOOD. Ueu. Manager. Gen. 1'assenger Agent. HELP YTAXTED MAL. Uttp Wanted and Situations Wanted 20 Words for 10c. WANTED-Good man; light work. Ap ply all day, arter 9 a. in., 2U xknr. .".7 Pa. ave. It WAN TED By western manniatt'ir-ng company, a fculesinan or Hrgi and. ability: to the right party a good pos.t...ti ts offered. Call with rvt. afuerO, won 2 . GOB if t. nw . fe25- 5t WASTED-A Iir.si--fcs totorinl In,-. to work hi grocery store; goal tit- .. -erence; uoue otner need iipniy. s37 Jl st. sw. fe25-3 WANTisD-iLiirs.- ui ah.vcji- ... t man Uirber. Apply at GERST'S 1L TEL. 900 -l 1-2 st. sir. te'.Z- WANTED-Insurance nien, work..! e tnecity. can make extra money; no a. is of time. Address M. G. X., this oftfrc- lt em WANTED-Boy, who tan $! pnr.i- ing pres,; immediately. HASWQKTF. 615 F nw. Item WANTED-Salrtiaan railing: on gro cery iraue to carry s.de line. T. P. MOORE. G33 F st.nw. it-em "WANTED A young mnu in grocrji must nuuerstaad meat cutting. Call 13G K st. ne. It-em WANTEDA first-cias caterer; no other need apply. Address D. A. R.. this orfice. fe2S-3E "KIS-ZME" GXnVT Co. vrtilive jiway every Monday during March awl April a beautiful watch. ?e22T6 IIEL.P WANTED-FEMALE. Ifelp Wanted and SUu&tions Wanted 20 irorto for 10c. WANTED-First-class cook, with good rerereuces. Apply 1123 11th St. hw. fe25-3t WANTED Experienced salelris HC J . P. toilt..TZ'ijT 732 7tii s. B w. Mms& be fHMt-k and bring refs. It A-X sell tickets for tharitv'entertsi(MBiftr- haiHWome go d watch to t n ooe scttiwg He. " largest number: good eomfnifoioit. Apply between 5 and 7, room 28. t F st. nw. It WANTED-A white girl for general nousewors; references. 1023 H st. ne. It WANTED-A white girl: stay atntgHr. Apply SEABRIGHT Ol'STER HOLtfE, 102;; 11 st. m-. it WANTED-A raroUy of 3.iuchlWrmi. w .nits wmte girl, 12 or 13 years okl; orphan preferred, for board and clothes. Address R., this office. fe25-3B W ANTED Girl ror general httgeworic 111 small iamily, white preferref. Ap ply at 1423 Hotvard ave-, MouMt Pleasant. Tak- 14th st. cars. it WANTED- A good German woman for general nousework;also white help of all Kinds. NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 512 10th st.nw..ltoom 2. It W ANTED A first-Uass skirt band. 1 1 19 tie bales st.nw. it WANTED-i'onn? girl to learn dress makmg. a 12 A st. ne. lt-em WANTED Cook and general house worker ror family of three; also com petent nurse; wages $12 to $15 each 014 13th nw. item WANTED-5 white waitresses, and 2 white thanihcrmaids at once, rorhotefa. Applv before 7 p. ni. or after 9 a. m. 014 13th nw. lt-em WANTED-A reliable colored woman to cook, wash and iron for small pri vate family. Apply lfc08 H st. nw. at once , Item- WANTED Good girirorgeneral ho use work; moderate wages: none but smart girl with n-rs. need apply. 1515 Columbia st. lt-em "WANTED -GohI cook, a chamber maid, waitress and nurse. Call 929 9th st. nw. lt-em WANTED-Settled white woman a3 cook; German preferred; good home to proper party. Apply lictween 1 and p. m. BURKART's, 475 L st- nw. feb24-3t WANTED-Lady agents to selP'Orange Blossom," woman's best friend. 217 D st- nw. fell-14t.em IELP WANTED-3IALE AXD FEMAIB. Help R"a7ifecl and Situations Wanted 20 Words for 10c. WANTED- 1.00O children to nueatl opera, "I'ma fore Up to Date." Saturday matinee. 2 o'clock; admission 15c- Na tional Rifles HalL fes-at WANTED At owe. wbtte maH awl wue ror garuen work, good wages. CftHat ft a. m.; three general houseworkersi oe cook HARRIS ANDREWS, 830 X st. nw. 1 WANTED-riacts at once for ffrst ciflfs ganiener. cook. thambcrmuM, coachman, and waitress. NATION-Vx. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 512 10th s. nw.. Room 2. it WANTED Three ladles, four gents more ror tsraham fountain pen: nothing like it in the market; sample sent for 5 tent-s in stamps. I VES & CO., sole agents Tor Washington. Alexandria -md Frederiefcs burg. Room 33, WashingtonLoanadTrnst Company. Xe23-7ti SXTUATIOXS WANTED MALE? Help Wanted awl Situations Wanted 20 Herds Kta. WANTED By a sober, industrious oung man. plate as driver or general t.ire or horses; iir need of work; guod refs- Addres-s Box 70. this office. IS WANTED-In hotel or boa nMng-house. ty middle-aged white man: wages not 1 such an object as home. Address R. K.. this orrtce. It VVAfiTjaii oy yiuuiij coiurcu muu. place as coachman or butler; best oC rers. Address 1747 Oregon ave. re23-2c "WANTED -By young man. 16 years old. to work in store evenings; drug store preferred. CAPITAL COLLECTION AGENCx , Room 32, 1 tlO F St. nw. It WANTED -By boy Kind; ntsti reference-, this oirice. 17, place of any Addreacs E. W. s., It WANTED -By 'young man. nineteen. with experience, position in real estate- lawyer's, or insurance ottice; under stands tvpewrititifc and bookkeeping. Ad- dress M. . G.. t h isprricc. It- "W ANTED Place ascoachmnn or mnn around nouse. Address SPENCER JENKINS. 24:U 15th. nw. fe24-3t-em WANTED-By young manor 22, place as assistant booKkcvsicr or office dcrk; has had 4 year' experience-, can furnish references. Address B.. this ofrice. Te24-2t-em WANTED Colored boy. 16, would Uko woik ot any kind; good refs. Address 1129 13th st. uw. . lt-em MONEY WANTED AXD TO LOAN. GEEMAN reach and Spanlsh:rorelu protessor: university graduate; 3 less ons. $1 . 631 F st.. Room 12. lt-em MONEY TO LOAN-ln large sums, 1 . .jw us 5-1 ocu. .it 5 ana 6 pei cent on D C. -n: estatv; aLso $250, S50O, S7G0, etc.. at 6 per cent. WM. H. SAUN- DERS . CO.. 1407 F si. nw. tf MONEY to loan at 5 and 6 per cent oa District of Co.umbia rt-jilty; no delay If aemrity is satisfactory. WALTER H- ACKER. 70-i 14tU ayt. 3y31-tf "WE lake as collateral any Hated stock ot bond 5'i any city of the United States; also old line lire Insurance policies, syndi cate certirica'es. warehouse receipts, real estate mortgages and trusts. YERKES & BAKER, 40 to 46 Mctzerutt Building. HT. K. FULTON'S Loan OHlce. 121S Pii.ave.nw. Estabiisltedinl&TO. Money loaned o.z watches, diamonds, jewelry, sil verware, etc. Special bargains in watches, jv-'-'i-v ani kllverware- au20-6na WANTED AGEXTS. WAKTED-ARenis; article, scll3 at si-ii-t; Lig proHt. 1213 1st. nw. Of fice i.O"!s if. o 11 a m., 3 to 5 p. m A. F. PARKER It