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-i,iMPfwp3jrW' 6 THE MORNING TIMES, jTJESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 189G. rr"ac": ffii Your Thanksgiving SHOES ft At a Reduction &."E!ra ' m This announcement in THE SUNDAY TIM I S lias liil ibc effect of crowd ing our tLrce stores to their full rapacity Willi itpprecialilu buvera ever since v-stcnliy morning. Your oiij.ortui.iiy to participate, in tills 'IHANKSGIV. ING SBOE FEAST or tlic best Shoe bargains of tuc Scisou will last till Thurs day noon only. Wm. Hahn & Co Reliable Shoe Houses, AMUSEMENTS. RACING TODAY. Fall Meeting Washington Jockey Club. BENNING RACE COURSE. First Race, 2:15 P. M. T.ins direct to track leave the Sixth Street Station at i p. m. and i:4o p. m., returning immediately after the last race. Fare, Round Trip, 25c. RATES OF ADM8SSB0N : Grand Stand and Club House, Si.oo. Paddock, 5oc. Additional. ES ICE PALACE, QanytntignHgiL Corner 5th and L Sts. N. W. Grand Opening of the SECOND SKATING SEASON. Wednesday Ee.. Nov. 25. at7::o BBAL ICE IKSTRUCTION FREE ! Plentiful supply of Skates, Competent Corps of Instruclors. Ice Palace Orchestra at every session. EirrvAfleinoou t Kiery ".enliisrnt "-H. LidleV Exclusive Hour for Instruction Trout 1 Until 2, Daily. ADMISSION 25C. BookslTontiiliili.!; '' .tliiiiii..iiTnk..."g-'; Three Sessions Thanksgiving Day. Horning 0.30 to 12. Afternoon 2 to 3. Eiening ;:30 to 10:30. Special Morning Classes comineiico FISIDAV, NOV 27 10:3ft to i;-Hi. X VrAYKTTE TOMGIIT. Ld -lliaiiLegiviug-MATINKE -atuiday- Mr. H. BEERBOHM TREE And Her JUleslj's Theater Company, cr London. Direction of Al. Havniaii and CliaB. Froliman. Tuesday, Wednesday, 1 burs-lay and Thanss- giving Matinee, THE DANCING GIRL. l'riday and -aiuiila Evenings, Saturday Matinee, "The Seats of the Mighty." FIItST TIME ON ANY STAGE. An adaptation by Gilbert l'arker of bis cele brated novel. rriccs-Eicnings. it, Jl 50. $1, 75e.5"c c. Matinee, SI "A SI. 73c. fOr andie. Next Week EMPIRE THEATEIt CO. THE LAFAYETTE.. SPECIAL NOTICE. Mouilny, November 30. WEDNESDAY Matinee SATURDAY. CHAULES FKOIIMAN'.S EMI'IIlE TIIEATEU COMl'AXT. From tbe Empire Theater, New York-. Monday. Tuesday evenincs and Wed. Matiace. 'LIIIfcltTY HALL" Wcdnesilav evening (only time), "ilOIIEMIA " Tbui s Jay. Friu"iy evenings and Jat Matinee. "OWING TJIE WIND." Saturday evening (only time), "MARRIAGE," Bv Brandon Thomas, author Charley's Aunt. REGULAR PUKES .1lu11s31m1. 2k: and B c Orche-tra and Mezzanine Boxes 1. ?J. Farqitelte, SI. Balcony Toe Matinee Mez zanine seat-. SI. Orcln--tra. 73c. l'jlcony. CJIc. G KAMI OPERA IIOINK Kernau & Kife, Managers. Wednesday MATINUI Saturday. THIS vi:lk- 1.XTUA MATINEE TIIAMGIVIN&. The Farce Cornell Succ-v, A RAILROAD TICKET. An .Ul-tar Cast. Ilrnded by Mr. LOUIS WESLEY... Miss MARIE STUART. I'opulai rucisMaintainol. l., 25, 30 and 75c All "-cats Couponed. I!o 112 ce open from 9 a. n. to 10 p. m NO IE A gonct sCit on l:rl lloor lor 2i cents Sells in l'o. 51. Next Attracli n Morrisoa's FAUST. CDLU.VII'IA T1IEA1I.IL 'lONIGHr TONIGHT. Special Thanksgiving- JIatinee Thursday. FRANK DANIELS COMIC CiriZK t COMSWNY In ilic rccoM-'orcaKW;; comic opera -uccc--. The Wizard of the Nile. REGULAR MATINEE SATURDAY. NislWrpli. ... .. A Florid.! Iairliaiilmt-nl K EISXAVs HCEIIM IIIEATEIE. ALL THIS 1 Ho Way Matlneo MEEK 1 THANKSGIVING DAY. THE I'ASIOLTS- RENTZ-SANTLEY --Burlesque Company.-- CO-HIGH CI,ASS AHTIbT3-3Q A Mitchi-s Olio. NextWcek Il,.1y A Woml's ills Show. -vri;n .nauonal thi:ati;k. Xl Kveiy Eteniup. Wel. ami Sjt. Mat special tiiamcsgiving matinci. A.M. 1'a.mer ami K.hvut Knowlci Maniil cent l'roiliictian. Jtose JL-jtltize The Great Mrs. Aiuiin WniniiRi feelenn Johnson Lmiir-e dosser Fannlo t"ilien I?l leu Cumniliit Jos. V. Whiting XV. A. llnlecar Tlio. U. Hunter, Geo C. Bo 11 1 fa re Jos. A. AVilkts Jas Itevins J II CoHar ilnar.l Amrs Gnstare Frank! niul others. Diamond Robbery Next Sunday Ctcnlng IIAI.KY'S WAS1I- JW1U.N J111UTAI11 1JAD. Xext Week rUDD'JIEAD WILbOX. Hiss Lotta Mills PIANO RECITAL. Assisted by MR. OTTO LUEI1KEKT, RAUirONE, CHURCH OF OUR FATHER, Corner 13tU and t, Erects. Saturday Eveninj:, Nov. 28, AT S-.I5 O'CI-OCIC. Hcstrvcd Seats. 75c. Students of music may tecurc oneor two reseretl seats forOOa each briirejentins their cards Indorsed by xlioir respective iiislruclors at OroouflMnElc Store bere ticket areone3ic. 10L0MBI& ACADEMY, g tf 'WatbinRton. Cyclini; tau'bt on a L!,o5o It. Coor. Competent instructors. Charge smalL Music every evening. 'HI and 1 itreeu. 3. Uart Brittaiu, Mcr. Tako E .trett can. Try Our PORT WINE. SQRDEAuI WIHE CO., IB47 I4U SL RW m - 's 930 anJ 932 7th St., 1914 and 1916 Pa. Ave. 233 Pa. Ave. S. E. AMUSEMENTS. FREE. SEZATI1TG. A C'AIIEHi l'ricra, 25,50, 5c mid 1.00. w ed and Bat. Mats. jndtifie. ltever-il special Turkfy Il,iy Mutlneo. Return i:n-a3emfnt of Juhu W. I-ham'a Oriental America. Comedy. Opera. Spectacle, Uallet oiueuy. upera, Spi NEW ACTS, NONG, Sl'l'l'l A tw.c Comuicu s ot the W.ishii gion Press upon its "Audience thoronslily pleased and deliclit ed. lime. "Iudicil a revelation." Pos'. -"ri.18 '"''t !""-lcal nCro perforn-.ers in the eountr . Star. NextWeeL Florric Vest in the Bowery GirL BIJOU. au-'""&bek. ARNOLD REEVES, Supported by an elegant company, in Slaves of Gold. Next WccL-AGNES WALLACE VILLA. -NEW lt'K I'.U.Al-IFKATLHKS. 1'lic.v Will He .-ci-ii for tlie Klrt 'I'llIlL' 'I'dlllOlTOW NUjtlt. The ..peniriK of tliv Ice Pnl.icc at Con vciiti.jii Hall fin the nn-ciil s-asnn v ill '.U- il.iic tf,ni(.rrw- niKlit mm the- tlm.rs v.ill at that time open upon one nf tin most iii,u.le institutions ot the Lni i existence In addition to the exelluit arr.inceiuenu h,r miuriirt ami cuiivi-nii-ncv wiui h lire; .nleil l.it H..lr lWo ,.. ri.a lures v-ill lie illstimtlj notlci-alilc ill tin-iijn.lu.-t or the rmk ounne; llK,rri s.-.i-.n.. These will a.1.1 very Kr.'.uu t the enjojinent or all wi, s,. tlu-itv,vhil . ")-" "Il,! "" "iiiiply to IimjL on. -vil.lT i!,'i7li "f "":" is "" "'"' 'oetho.1 -Wiiih will K. u-eiltu rem-.v anil keen Hi,- ;'.":o.ter,j( !,'""!rt- l:-.,r" ,,n" -.iii. " st'-.i.l or icIIimhIIdc the tank alter eer s.-ssir,n as v.is tiJ(. ,,.,se ,let , a ire will .L. start.il in tlie lir.st pWe at a tnirL-nc'ss r nlmut two anil one-l.nli Inclh-s 1 hen .is the srr.iee l.ei-oines m a ui-n iilantiiiB iiiHiniiiL., wlncli Alniajt-r l"i;r has li.nl mnstnieteil, i-,iieiijii for the ininiose, win shave down to the li.iril.M.lnl l,o hene.ith riio ...Ivantnges or ti,is i,,,-tlioil will l.e iloitiMj mcii The more the- ice is shave.l liiehar.leril gits, until the wholi-Iaierhas ii('ri-ii-n-fii,.iDIiiiiii-iiiiiiie is sn veil In-it sie.iiili in tin- imudli- of the s,.j.suin' wiiih it ln'ioines nnvssnrv to .stop the jknu-rs in order in ele.ir"off the slush rron. tlirs,irra,-e A -oiiien-liatlietteriin-th-liil.HstTiliuIiiigtheaiuiuonl.);:isthroii"l. .oil the pih-.s wili.il-o lie iisiMl.amlthis will insure tlie in- iH-inlmzi-n in an een. ririn m7Aj ' l''"!,0-".1,'r ' r'il" ' w.issoiuetime.s the tasv last se.lMiil The other iiuiirovemeut will lie ani.re-el.-itnl hy .ill, n-liel her ilevoteesr.r the-. silent stiel l.l.iili, or nut. anil its institution will nail Tor .-iiii,iiisa, n-rt.-iinlv on the, part or chniieiouK who are not adepts in t1(. art This is nolliing more nor Ies than ciiiiiinuns music. In aiiclition to the e reiieni orclu-stia or r.iurteen jiieces nlncli will mriipy lis usual ilacc out the imi trance a large orchestrion will lie placi-I in Hit' r.-iruiiilur tin: hall nnil this will iilnv iliirme, lie intervals that the orclu-str.x is. taKing a risi. -ihis orchestrion is equal to an orchestra i.r twentv-f..ur pieces .-mil quite as Intnl. to that it will be plainly hc.inl ill all partsor the hall. ODD FELLOWS' NEW HAl.L. 'IIicj Tultr Out a l'et-mit for a !?20, 000 HilililillK. The District Oili Fellows have arranged for the erection of n large four-story l.'nilding, which will Include a hall foi lodgepurposcs, at No. 8L'2 Twentieth s,trcct northwest, the estimated cost of which is Sl'O.OOU. Permit to build was applied for jestcrdaj. Other building permits were issued yes terday as follow.s: To W. Bruce King, for a dwelling at No. 1708 S street north west, in c-ot-t .1J,()00; W. E. Wright, for dwelling at No 33 Eighth street north east, .$L',7()0; Susie Burns, two dwellings, Nos. '.117, and 1137 Twenty-sixth street iioril.wc.sl, $3,000. Wheelman mid AVngon. Mr Thomas P. Simpson, who resides at No. J.-lol Rhode Island avenue northwest, was the viclim of :i Incjcle accident yester daj Mr. Simpson, who is fifty-five years of age, was ridingon L street, near Twen tieth northwest, -when he collided with a wagon, sustaining as a result numerous bruises. ltextored to Citizenship. Tlie President lias granted a pardon, for the purpose of restoring citizenship, to P. L. Whin-sides, alias Fayette Wliltesidcs, -vho served a sentence of two years on (sentence. In 1802, in Eastern Texas, for insntliuiiifr liquor into the Indian Ter ritory. Slip Allejiei Drnnkenncxs. Mrs. Mabel Peak yesterday filed suit for dUorce from James Peak, whom she charged with drunkenness. The parties were married September 23, 1882, by Father Ryan and have two children. Sirs. Peak is represented by Mr. Tracy L. Jef fords. The King of Pills is Beechara's BEECH. AMS. MuJITIR Ml TESTIFY Alleged Insane Man to Take the Stand in His Own Behalf. DAUGHTEtt MAKES CHARGES She Accuticd Dond of Trj-injj tn Ini:ose n Will Upon Her Father When AhIiciI to Make a Deed, ."spu-y U'eRlinioiiy Im Expected In the Ilenriiin Today. The lnqu'ry into tlie sanity of Calvin Wil mer, us told in The Times yesterday after noon, progressed runtll 4 o'cioclc, .wnen the Jury adjourned until this morning. Tlie first witness on the stand today will lie Mr. Wltmer himself. He is a sllghtly built man of nenuus temperament and has the appearance ot an invalid.' A new figure appeared on the sicne yes terday. Mr Milton Wltmer of Hagerstown, Mil , has been known as the prosecutor ot the inquiry, but jesterday anuther sat be side Judge Jere Wilson and prompted questions It was Mr. Daniel Duml, also of Hagerstown. Mr. Dowd is tlie nephew of Mr. Wltmer. lie is a young man and pur sued liis inquiry er intelligently. Following Mrs. Hell, whose testimony was given yesterday In The Evening Times, -Mr T. L. P Thornton, a watchman ill the War Department, gave evidence a-, to ,i certain loan he procured for Mr. Wltmer on some of the hitter's property. COULD ATTEND TO BUSINESS. Mr. Thornton told the Jury that he con sidered Mr Wltmer or sound mind ami per fectly able to attend to his business trans actions without the assistance of others. Mr J T So'itheroii, nn attorney, gave sim ilar evidence He hail hail several business transactions with Mr Winner and hail known him for the last fhe yeirs. He was sure Mr Wltmer was not mentally un sound ami was able to transact business and look after his affairs Mrs Hose Wltmer, ifaughttr-In-law of Mr Wltmer, gave oouie Interesting testi mony She it is who reieiM'd one of the pieces of property which the Hugerstowii brother charges to have been conveyed by .Mr Witpier I.jkll!rstr.'iiL-ht :ir. Mr lli.iv i she accused him of attempting to make a win ror ner rallier-ln-law instead of draw ing up a deed as directed lij Mr. Winner. She explained that her husband wan dead and that last spring Mr Dmwl himself had suggested to her anil her uncle that he should deed the piece of property on New Hampshire .neime to her Mr. Dowd was requested to draw up the- deed, nnd .Mrs. Wltmer charged that Instead of doing this he attempted, to draw up a will for Mr Wltmer to sign, knowing that he had at ready made a will disposing of nispropcrtj SHE ACCUSES DOWD. Mr Dowd watched Mrs Witmer intentlv niul once or twice during her charges of la's actions he shook his head Once this pro M.ked her to such an extent that she ex it, ilmed: "Oh. it was Dan; don't tell me such a tiling as that" There was ecldentlv feeling between the ilirrereut parlies The deed was put in ei.lence audit was shown tint Mr. Wilmc-r liHd been very careful to secure for liiinself during his lifetime the rents and profit or the property which at his death was to become Mrs Witmer's. It was discovered, she said, that Mr Dowd wanted to write a will, an.) then Mr WUmer wrote him a letter forbidding him tlie house. Mr Hell, who for some time was assc- inted with Mr Wltmer In the groccrv business-, testified that to the best of his knowledge Mr Witmer was nil right men ially He had seen nothing to warrant a belief that he was Insane, pud lie thought Mr Wltmc-r perfectly able to attend to his busine-ss afrnlrs. MANDAMUS FOH A PATl'.VT. Inventor 1IiIiil;h suit Amilnst the Secretory of Interior. A writ of mandamus directed against Secretary of the I nterlor Fram Is was asked jesterday In a petition by George S llodgius, who represents that he filed ap plication Man h 20, lhfJl. in the Patent Office for a patent on a method of testing the air brakes of locomotive engines. He claims that liislmenlion is worth $10,000, and tlie only one of Its kind. It was twice rejected. howe.r, by the p-iteut examiners, and then he pr. pared new papers in the ease, whli h Is known as a form forappeil to the examiners in elder The commissioner or patents refused the appeal, and then Hodgins i-ommumcateil Willi the Interior Department ror the n Iief desind. Acting Secretary R.-jncl.ls last August, in a letter to Hodgins, declined to inter fere. The pl.'iiutlfr then sent a pirswial letter lo Sicretary Francis, which he sajs was ignored. He now asks the court to compel Seinlary Frauds to command the Commissioner of Patents to allow the apjieal. Mr. 1.30ns Needs. C'oiirtplii.ster. Mr Fred Ljons, who resides at the cor ner of Teliilisliec-t. mil lihodclslai.d avenue northwest, was the Milim of a painful M cycle acculentlast evening at the corner or Tenth and K streets northwest Mr Lions was unable lo state very clearly the causes winch combined lo c-ive him a scalp wound and to bunse and scralih his face, but I thought that in turning 11 comer the tire on the ic-ar wheel slipped elf. A druggist was of gieat assistance to Mr Ljons. Wins, the Ciold Prize. The gold iri7e for the best essay written by a pupil in the schools of Washington is awarded to Clarence L Park, oftheEIglith grade, Polk Sihool. by the Committee or Colonial Dimes or the District ot Columbia It will be awarded at the public exercises or the sihool tomorrow. This school j,as had the honored winning nil thcgold medals and prizes offered by so. ieties of the Dis trict to public and private school children. MiiKt Pay- or Vacate. Secretary or the Interior Francis has about decided that it the settlers upon the lands of the Otoe and Missouri Indians ill Kansas and Nebraska do nut pay the amounts due the Indians in ,1 short time they will hac. to vacate the lands. He Is seriously thinking of naming Januarv 1 next as the date for the cancellation o'r the settlers' entries in case of non-payment. xavy onmuts. Cominauder Thomas Nelson Is ordered detached fiom the navy yard, Ports mouth, N. II., December 4, and to go upon the tetlred list the following day. Ensign G. C. Davidson is ordered from tlie Castine to the Cushing, relieving Ensign R. H. Jackson, who is detailed for duty at New York in connection with the Puritan. Break up your Cold Over night. Don't use spras, douches, atomizers or stomach medicines. Booth's " Hyomei " Pocket -Inhaler Outfit, the Australian "Dry-Air" treatment, will do it. It cures by inhalation. Air is the only thing in tended for the breathing organs. Office of die Major of the City ef Trenton, N. J. March 2, 1896. Dear Sir' You haccmy permission to say ihat I beliece Hiomei to be one ol the most wonderful cures for catarrh and throat trouble that has ever been discoicrcd. hi my case the effect has been manellous. Lsiokv N. Vakd, Major. Price St.co. For sale by druggists ever,--where. Extra bottles of " Hyomei" inhal ant at druggists, 50 cents. Hyomei Balm, a wonderful healer, 25 cents. - Selling Agent, '. S. THOMPSON. 703 13th St.. WitMhliiston, D. C. A Wonderful Medicine JPIfflPS for Billons ana Kerroiis dlsordera.ouch as Wind and Pain In tho Stomach, BIck Headache, Olddl. noss, Fullness and Sirelflng after meals. Dizzi ness and DrowelnesslCold Chills, Flushlags ot Heat, Loss ot Appetite, Shortness ot Breath, Cos Uveness, Blotches on-HneBkln. Disturbed Bloep, Frightful Dreams, and till Nervous and Tromb ling Sensations, 4c.yhon theso symptoms are caused by constipation, as most ot them. are. THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY MINUTES. This Is no notion. Every sufferer Is earnestly invitod to try ono Box ot these Pills and they will be acknowledged to bo A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. BEECIIAIuT'8 PILLS, taken as directed, Trill quickly restore Females to complete health. They promptly remoro obstructions or Irregu larities ot the system. For a Weak Stomach Impaired Digestion Disordered Liver they act like magic a totr doses mil work won ders upon tho Vital Organs; strengthening tbe muscular system, restoring the Ions-lost com plexion, bringing bock the koen odge ot appe tite, and arousing 171th tho Rosebud ot Health tho xvholo physical energy of Vho human frame. These are facts admitted by thousands, in all classes of cocloty.andoneof tho best guarantees to the Nervous ard Debili tated la that Eccchsra's Pllle have tho sparsest Salo of any Patent Medicine In the World. Annual Sales more fhan 6,000,000 Boxes S5c at Drag Stores, or will be sent by U.S. Agents. B. F.ALLEH CO., 36J Cans! St., Noir lork, post paid, upon receipt of price. Book tree noon application. MARCHED LIKE VETERANS First Appearance of the High School Cadet Regiment. Inspected on tho Whiti Ixit Snr- pri-diitrlj- Coud MiowIiik -Mnile by New Membcrx. The high sc.iio.,1 cadets m.ule tlieir'first apiiearauit- since their rccrgunizalion at the beginning of the school je.tr, at the .JVhlte Lot jesterd.iy afternoon. 'I he regiment, which is composed of eight companies, dliided into two bat talions, was ordered otjt lor Inspection by tlie regimental ol fliers, and for a --first appeaiance" made it remarkably fine shunliig. In fact! iULs the general o in ion that the condition or the regiment is much In advance $n what It has been at tills season in many ears During the w.iltmeeVssttuled by the in specllon, the several companies gae short exhibitions of thtir .proficiency In the school of the i.uiipauy'nud battalion drills and also In the maliiial uf arms. All the movements and evolutions were executed Willi the precision and promptness of reg ulars, and called rorth enthusiastic- up plause Irom those "who assembled to wit ness the inspection. It was expected that the last year boys would do well and maintain the record they have made, .but the surprise came in the manner in which the new boys, the "rats," as they are called, who have Just graduated rrom the awkward squad, held the Hue unbroken in all tho whet Is and evolutions, and also the exactness with which they executed the manual. The Inspection was in charge of Dr I-me. supervising principal or high schools, and Military Instructor Major It. Bur ton ltoss, assisted by the following regi mental ofheers fnl. F. C. Daniels, Lieut Col. II c Huge, adjutant C. U. Julllin, Quartermaster h g Wood and battalion commander', J N. Hoover and J S3. Miller. The companies and officers were. Com pany A. Capl Kay, Lleuts. Allen and Sze Company U, Capt Hanson, Ueuts. W S Tisilalc and Fuller. Cc.111p.1ur C.I apt Howe; Lleuts, Al Tis dnlc and Hiitprui. Company I), Capt Piatt; Lleuts. Mc Kean and Kdmuiis. Comp-iny i:, Capt White; Lleuts Hiirgess and Finn. Company F, Capt. French. Company O, Capt Ilryan. Company II, Capt fcmoot; Lleuts. Mc Gowan and Tauig The regiment will now go into active preparation lor the cninliig events, in which tlie military of the city arc- to participate. The flrst of these is the grand parade, which Is to take place on February 22, Washington's birthday '1 hen comes the inauguration of Piehicnt Mc-Klnlev- in March. The boys will make spec I d preparations ror this latter event KEC0KD Ul THIS COURT;. Equity Court, No- 1 -Justice Cox Amies vs. Stewart: restraining order returnable November 27, granted. Campbell s. Por ter: rule on trustees returnable Nov ember 27, granted. Halt vs. Kobeon; pro con resso against certain dcienUanls, grained Tvvigg vs. Iluikley; appearance of absent defendants uiderc-d. Newman s New inaii; rule discharged. Anient vs. Lckmg ton and Soldiers' Home Railway Company; receivers' iH-litiou f.ir experimental iiuitor, certificates, etc., dismissed. Anient s Pelt Kailway Companv, do. Equity Court, .No. 2-justlce Hagncr Graves vs. Graves; testimony before Albert Harper, px iucr, ordered taken Jen- niiijss vs. Freely; order appointing gunidl.ui ad litem. Drown as. EMerhnzy; c.rder for commission to Issue to appoint guardian ad litem. M oiler vs. Muller; rule to show cause and order discharging rule. Wil liamson vs. Johnson; order to pay $118 2(1 to coiutjlaiuiiit. Turner vs. Greciiileld; order dismissing bill. Circuit Court. No. 1 Justice Bradley llurton vs. Williams; motion for new trial filed. Wheat et al. vs. Morris: motion to amend declaration granted ami case con tinued for ten days. Washington Post Company vs. Metzcrott ct al.; judgment default. Edgerton vs. 'Moss; verdict for defendant- McKennit- vs. Parrett; defend ant; called and Jmlgpient for plalnllfr. Kellogg vs. Dean; ordered on stet calendar t'olioii vs. Washington and Georgetown Railroad Company;- do. Benton vs Dy rc'iilurtii; derenilant, railed and judgment ror plaintiff. Roblnson'et al. vs. Parker: on trial. ' Circuit Court, No. 2 Justice McComas Pantzv-s. WasinncwiTinn.lGcorgetowiiKall way Company; on' trial. Criminal Court, tNo. 1. Justice Cole Charles Parker vs. Washiiigtiinand George town Railway Company; verdict for nlain tirr for K4,(ioo. Josejin raiining et til. vs. Daniel Macarty; on. trial. Probate Court, auslitc- llagner.-Estate of Jacob I). Kitch: rule returned served. Estate of Joseph nolt; copy of order or court or appeals filed. Estate of Lucius E. Reynolds; sehedulc.or property in safe deposit box filedy hEstate of Joseph Hrummeit; will nleil. .. Estate of Ulchacl J. McNamara; do. JCstate or Margaret Shields; do. Estatoi'or Agues Moeller: petition for probates ofi will filed. Estate or Newton II. Bowman;do. In rc-Thoinis M. Fields, guardian: final account. A cclf-Mitinnte In, tfiflriir. uu.itrii s:mvin u...s.. ..umi. iiijourilCU until Monday, November 30, with the fol lowing a-ss'-riuucut: Nos. 1119. 321. 322. 3111, 284, 311, 415, 87, G7, 343. Court or Appeals-Adjourned until Tues day. December 1, with following call: Specially assigned. No 078; regular. 380. toBl and .V.I2), 1104. Criminal Court No. 1, Justice Co'.e Special Scliomlcrt vs. W. & (J. I!y. Co.: tiumphni.ss. His ilctrf Cclumbia; Stclzle vs. schafferi: Schalfert vs. Sttlzle; Cmtis vs. Kinith: Crlumbin Chemical Company vs National Metro nlitau Bank: MlEer vs. Wulker: Alexander vs. Ctirtln; Wilson vs. W- & G. Kv. Regular Rouser vs. W. A G. Ry. Co.; Lambert vs. B. & '0. It. Co.; r.onnorvs w..t G.Ky.Co.; Posej vs. White; Ward vs. Me-zerott. Criiuinal four., No. 2 United States vs. Ilariv 11. 1'i-UiM n: Imbed Mates vs. William "'.-'V.Vr- in .'it-tesTs. Frank Welch and William Lewis. Circuit Court.' Division 1. Robinson vs. United Slates Supreme Court Adjourned ..(I ,....... V-... n..il.i ',.. ... ... . . 1 (L.IVd.'.l. ....It. ,,171,1-. ?l. 1,.A U. 1C.C... Douglass v.s MjMarray. New York Quarry Company, vs. Hem. Washington Times Company vs. Schrot. Freeman vs. Dis- 'cui-iiii i. xjia- DrYOUNG 700 Fourteenth St. N. VV. Treats with unparalleled success Oilarrb, Asthma, l&ruiicliill, Dysprpslt, l.lve-1 lii.eHHC, Kidney Complaint, Henri Disease, stricture, I'rmale Weaknea, Ofltco hours Bally Suil.biy 10 In IS. lllootl I'o'Kon, Pimples, Ulcers, Nervous llebllllr, Skin uLpasen, lllieuiulUlll, llmlii Ulaeases, VMrirnrnlc, I-.i.l Vitality, Ulad.ler Dlicaloi. 10 to 1 anil 3 to CONSULTATION 'IWS&i?1 FREE. S1TUAT10N8 WANT15D MALE "WANTED By young man, with regu i..r i.ui.uj. place in private family. 1027 Corcoran st. 1L A- aiivoue can collect your bad bills, I can; returns made daily; references and security. .1. M. H.. this oil ice no24-3t WANTED-Place by colored boy to uriv-e delivery wagon or worK arouuu house. IC4Q lllli st. uvr. lt WANTED-ilf joung man of 2C, place as bellman butler or lo drive a delivery wagon; refs- from present em plover. Please address ASHLAND, this oirice. it WA-VTulD-liy u mc-ch.-iinc, u place- ill a store- where I can make myself us- fill; can reisilr tojs; small wages. B. P. II., this office. It WANTKp-Hv a llrst-tlass meal cut ler anil clerk, a position; single. Ad dress M. X.,thisofrite. nii23-3t,eiii WANTED -Henry Hell wants a servn c lilac e; give good refs.; In house or wait ing on doctor; also, have waited In govern ment offices, and is a well-known citizen pplyl55 Plens; st. nw, bet. 1st and N. J. ac L-antl N, Y, ave. Item WANTED By colored man, place to uttciiii lutnaco; can give rc-coiumenda-tlons !i2 -it ii st. nw. It, em WAls'l-UU-oy experienced gicci ry ilerk and meat cutler, a position: refs. Address J. 0. L., this office. no2.i-:it SITUATIONS WANTED 3IALK AND FKSIALK. WANTED-A French couple; wife as cmiiiibermuid and waitress, cool: or laundress; ma n as driver or general worker: references. FRENCH, thisofflce. no22-3t BUSINESS CUANCE3. FOR SALE A cash business, on easy terms. Call at 031 F st. nw. It l0t 'sj4.JL.iil All cetibiishe't wlioie-sile and retail oster ln.iise. In nw : cheap If sold this week. Address BARGAIN, this office. uu21-3t j. uu :9.ii!: n las. -class ccsii and vvco.l varil. scales. 1 orse and i art. s-cik r.nd all fixtures. Price S."U. Apply 47!i C st. s'.v. It FOR SA.JL.E-.Mie oyster and lunch room; cheap, low rent. J.C. BAYLISS, 3(ir. Center Market. Item l sm ujvui. s n.i, a a. a. nw -, i n promiiieii. nieit. owner compelled to scllonaccountorsickness. Address UEATit, i . I- -.ii.i-ni v ou L-ivj.r-x-jLNG- newsiaper and isH.k . o.upositiou at lowest cash rates; new iiiulen.il ROUT. F SIMMS, Job I'rinir :J0r. 7th st ww. no23-3t A-ciit j.ijs;-outf oi tne cet corners lor gnxery business in nr Address Box 7."i. this offiie. no2:t-3t FINE shoe store; good location as you win find in the cliy; all stocked, ill licaltn In thcfamily: must g., South. Jsou bujs everything. BARGAIN U.S.. thisof flce. nol6-"t LOST. LOST-.-Mii.iiuj , I.iitKl rcte. let Tenlev 'owii ard M st bridge. Reward if left it 427 11 til st. ii w. . It LOST Pug dog; answers name of Tuncli." Reward T left at "Oronoco,' Pennsvlvani.i ave.. mar 0th st no2l-2t LOST Hi." k hound; reward. Return, 1HS 3d t. sw . It i,OiT rt u.uroi gciu-lrameii special It-s. an lOlti. bet. G and P nw.; reward if re- IUII. St. IU 1 W to .W.ll c ... . .t-.lll LOST Dark brown curl) water spaniel dog; "Jeff;" suitable reward 243 sth se. no22-3t lurnt-ii to lb.- lutn su uw. j-em STHATKD OH STOLKN. STRAYED to my house, valuable nog; owner can have same by call ing and pajing expense, 1522 Norris st. ne. It STOLEN Sunday last, a large red and white St. Bernard gjp, named VIck. S20 reward for return of property and con-action r thier. CHAS E BARBER. Room . 1105 and 007 7th St. nw. no!2-tf fob. nine. FOR HIRE-Al!)27 1) st nw., horses, carnages, buggies, and wagons; all sivle: 4-1 ",0 and S2 per day. nolu-If FOR JLTXRE Toilruminersnndbuslness ineu,nursu un.i uuKm or ujjiuu, scou and S2 per day. Apply to the REX STA BLES, rear of15D st nw.: telephone calL 109 mylO-tf WANTED FOSTAGK STAAirS. WANTED-For cash, all kinds or old Lulled hlates postage and department (tamps. Collections also bought. II. F. HUNICIIORST. 1U05 7U1 st. nw te0-tf WANTED FURNISHED 1IOUSES V ANTED-Furnished Iiouscb. We have many applications for furnished bouseu fa all locations uX tho city. THE TIMES HEAL ESTATE BUBEAO- WANTED BOARD. WANTED-Board ill nw , between 2d and 7 tb. and G sts., by gentleman, pri vate family preferred. Address 10 this office nu24-.lt WANTED BICYCLES. WANTED Will trade a nearly new gota-iuiiii watch for man's bicvcle. XIII, this office. It FOR SAI.K HOUSES AND LOTS. FOR SALE A o-roonifraniehouscand lot; 2rxlin) ft.; in Tenleytown In quire or WM BR1TT, Wisconsin ave., Ten lcytowii. P. C no21-3t-em FORSALE BICYCLES. FOR SALE -Ladies' wheel; ncarlv- new; lamp and tools; $30. 511 3d St. nw. uo21-3t-cm trict, or Columbia. Emlg vs. Chr. Ileuricli Brewing Company. Bradfoid vs. Cake. Cnnton Color Company vs. Carr. Owens vs. District of Columbia. Lambin vs. District of Columbia. Uuss vs. Kno Express. Somen illc vs. Washington Beneficial En dowment Association, same vs. same. Circuit Court, Division 2. Judge McConias Aimiger vs. Linger. Hintz vs. W. & G. Ry. Co. Cnrrigan vs. W .t G. Rv. Co Towson vs. Smith. Second National Bank vs. Hume, Clcary .t Co. Howard vs. C. A O. Ry. Co. National Cable Ky. Co. vs. W. & G. Ry. Co. . Ileal Estate Tniiisfers. Henrv Bieber et ux to Henrv J. Bieber, lot 2!) in Bicber's sub, square oill, sub ject to trust, $2,000. Augustus Burgdorf and Allen S. John son, trustees, to Angus Lamontl. lot 43 in Burgdorf's sub, square 832, 55. Quit claim. Jacob W. Collins et ux to John S. Rich, south sixteen feet nine inches of original lot 0, square !M2. subject lo trust 53,.-iio, $10. No. 418 7th St. se. Catharine Holbrook et vir Theodore L. to Mary C. Darneille, lot 2n:t. Schneider-! sub. square loo, subject to trust 59,001', 510. Isaac B. Jones to William A. Day, lot 17, block lo, Kalorama Heights, o,r0it. Mornssy S. Koonc-e et u to Robert S. Penn, part original lot 13, square loll), subject to trusts. If 10. William II. Rice et ux and John C. Moquc et ux lo Eugene I.egcr, part lots 4!i and nil, block 44. Holincad Manor, subject to Incumbrances, 5100. The Ohio National Bank to Salena T. Dent, lot I'll n Swortnslcct'.s sub. Long Meadows, 51.300. Wants, u. iloslc Tenolici'. The Civil Service Coinniislon will hold an examination, commencing December 8. and continuing on the following day, at Washington kind other large cities where there are applicants, tn procure ellglblis for the position of "general teacher and instructor in music." Overlooh Inn nnd Races. A pleasant drive by Hie way of Overlook Ir.n to Benning races Open all the year i rouuu uujl-j1( round. Dol7-12t HELP WASTED-5IALE. wN.X7?.1?-Tw!!lt.H SL"-" -"- f'.' ... . .um ni. ii i. it tV ANTED A man to tell candy to Add' 8!.,.yf.tnlln-.e.?'"l'?. .-"- ""H".??- "t "'"". h.ib i nice. no-i-tiL r-T1-- "r 3 ly Qerniari pre- W-caiTffiK.T WMKS.?rf5i??jJW.-SJ2JJ"r. -"" "ijimu, iuy r gt. IT coid-at.em WANTED-A wlwniin tor 'Kls-Me" Item"1 -om,""fcl""- 1--I Tlh sirnw. lVANTED-Errand Doy; must own a ..i"!i,.I -""wer ' own hanilwritliig: lfcm $ XKt WC''"C G F J- tbU v"1- Vv-V-N'i-Js. .,u members or tarbers . , Tfut'"LUr'";". No- 21, to attend special meeting Tuesday, Nov. 24. Nomination or ortlc-ers and other important Inmness h. iriler of the president. E. W. MEMIEN- MEMIEN- HALL. Secretary. Jt.em "WANTED A physician lor medical director lor an insurance Co., In Alexandria, Ya.; one who can invest in 10 shares of the capital stock of the on.; good compensalioii fo,- services. Address pj.'uiv.. tins oirice. no22-3t WAftTWD-A gentleman lor manager ol branch office, who can Invest SsioH cash in company's stock; salary, $5ii per mo. and commission. Address .MANAGER, this office. no22-3t WANTED A man or good appearance and good talker, to soliut subscrip lions to stock company; bona tide; Includ ing the co-iperailon or some or the most resjsaisibie men In this country. Address, lor interview, LORI.NG, this or- -''-c- no22-3t WANTED Agents to write sick bene nia and accident insurance: under the most liberal plan; not responsible for ?7,T- Ally to Room 02, Metzcrott Building. no21-7t HELP WANTED-FEUALB. WANTED-: while Italy 1 1 ok canvas- n,,,!1,?, "". frL"'.10 I" T- u'dy Tuesday and Wednesday 731 llih st. nw. it WA.NTED-.I joung lauv t act as amanuensis and make change In .- commission house, hours from S lilt a I. in.: salary to start 51. in ,r week- ''.'! lVr0rn!eWt" taUC:'U"- -"-ltL V jvxs -x-iUi, ,, m.e J.H1 ucoia in years cm iu assi-a with nursing ai.d general l.oiiseivork. must Lc- honest and i. liable Call 40., B st lie. 1 1 COOKS, chambermaids, two general liouseworkers; good homes. 4 11 G si "' I.Q2 l-3t WANTED-: waist nanus and 2 skirt ii.imis. ma i-i.i. .. ... , r -"." .- M.. 11 WANTED-" hue girl ror cooking and housework; small family. 014- I'lth st ii w. , -v hr,.. . TTTTTT m r- ' - -a a su mj .. fa.w,u iiuuesr. iri tor eelii'r.,1 ll. lll....r...r L Ii in.. ..... . . .. ixtl. si: iiwl -" " - "'-; WANTED one gin tor general lu.1l.iiii j,t-L- C? t s - Ms 'i -' ""swer c. t.. c, this office. no" i-:n WANTED-Wftlc girl, not lets than iiii.eti-eu, in dairy lunch room. 1333 i tb st nv.' l. Wa.nm."-i vi s-tiicd woman lor gen , ..i'rai bousework: apply at once lbl7 14th st. nvv ,. V ANTED At once, 2 first-class i;iis, one Oeruovn linirscuorki-r. 'yPE" .1.1' I" S-O THE DISTRICT EM-l'Lt-TtMENT BUREAU, 633 F st nw. iio--i-dt WANTED-GcHi.l waist hand and help, er. alsuaiiapprentice- 3I2At in- -rsj 'X'xxJ . .ui.. i.ao ..mo inol ouglily understaiuls Ilnishlng waists; none other need app!-; also an apprentice Apply between 5 and 7 p. m." 1222 N " w- ll.ni WAXvTidJJ -vvoinan ior nurse at 214 N nw lt.em HELP WANTED MALE AJJD FEMALE. WANTED-At City Intelligence Or-ii'-f , cooks, general liouseworkers wait ers, drivers, laundresses, nurses, porters, Iniiitors, stablemen, laborers, chamber maids, boys; place, furnished till suited Established ItHfi. SHACKLEFORD'S. 42, llth st. nw. no2i.f.t MALE and rem. lie nelp furnished free oe..u pus.ai ii c, st. nw no24-:jt OLD Itellal.le vieucv, .too o st nw ; establlsned ltH2 it FOR boys, nifu. women and girls, white au.iciji'.rcii.senupostai .iu.jljst.nw.lt AVANTED-.I stnpper boy, and girls to learn lo stnp tobacco. NATIONAL (-K.A1: FACTOR-.', 1011 Pa ave. nw OLD Reliable Agency, ELO G st nw esiabllshcd lt!)2 ro22-3t WA.NTED -Ko-oa w-nii-i-lO.jpermo.; can you sell subscription books.' if so see FRANK C. LAltlMORE. 137 7thst-uw D015-1U SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE. WANTED- Place as cook or chamber- .....t.l ...r. I,-.., ......... .. .. ......u -., ...i.iii;iiju -i lt WANTED-"! colored woman, jilarv as cook or chambermaid: gisd refs liToo must nw Ilo4-3t WANTED-By bwiss vvcmaii, place as bead cook in ristaurant. nl-o puce for my assistant lblO cth n uir. It WAKTED-B.' vvlaie wuiian, place as ursi-ciass meat and pastrv ccck 1027 0th st nw " it "WANTED Place to nurse or 1 em m ":1. I'"de family, by cdoied girl 2.,lt II st. r.vr it WANTED-i'i'tf by cc loud woman, to do general 1 ousework. 2142 Mb st "v 1 1 w -.i-j.-ji.tj coon vvasmag and iioa ing done at home. Call at 1752 T at. WANTED-By respectable: vvluii- wo man, work to do 3 or 4 davs in a w-tek: liaiuiv in the kitchen lfcii3"V.-ilt- oerger st. nw. it WANTED-l'lice as rirst-cl's c.k i...n. ...... ,..-... ... ...... uiiuiauiiuilu.i OLUICU WUIIiail .111 1-th st. n w. no2t-3t WANTED-By young white cirl, plan as cliamiiermaid or waitress. 1131 30th st. nw. it WANTED By two rc-sis-c table colored women, piaivs, one ttulo general lions. work, the other, days won: -loo J st. n w. ni.24-3t W ANTED -i'lacs: by colored woman as cook; city references. 010 X. Y. ave nw. no2 l-3t Wjis 'X'ilmJJ fince o colored v.'iaiiun as cook and to vvash anil Iron; place- on the out-kirts of city piererred. 4ao N st. aw- lt.em WANTED t.'hM.e lo no general house worK; ret. Address 100-s Wnw. It-em WANTED-Uj young lady from Vir ginia, plate as companion to elderly lady. VIRGINIA, this office. ni.23-3tem WANTED By respccts-ble colored wo man, place as nurse; good ref- G23 L st- nyv. no2.-l-.tt, em w JS.PH-X-J-JJJ uy coiore.i w-iu.iaii, iiav nork LOTTIE GIDDENS, 21 DE frees st. nw. . Item WANTED- By ' re-spec table white girl, general housework, small ramilv, 10 per month. Address MISS ROSE STOUB, 15 Jackson st. ne. no23-3t.em WANTED-"!' colored girl, place as general liousevvorker or chambermaid. 103.-4 llth st. nw. ni.23-:it,em WANTED-Plate by colored girl to do general iioiisc-work or chaiuiierwurk. 1 HO 1st st. nw. no23-3t.em WaNTED-U)" reliable colored woman, place as nurse or chambermaid. Ad dress 2121 lllh st. nw. no23-3t.em WANTED reliable "Human, wash ing roi hotel or boarding-house. Ad duss 2121 llth st. mv. no23-3t.ein WANTED-Uy neat, reliable woman, plac.-as general liousevvorker. Address 2121 lllli st. nw. no23-3t.eli. WAMTJSU-ivnsliUi!; lo u al home, or any kind of work out by the day. Call or address 18 E si. se. Refs. uo23-0t WANTED-Washing to do at home; on day's work. Address 918 W st. nt.22-.lt WANTED-By a middle-aged widow Place .is housekeeper Tor refined gentle man: widower or single man. Call .Monday from 7 a. m. to II p. in. 814 K. St. nw. Vl22-3t WANTED By three girls, general housework, chambermaid or nurse: cltv refs. 1702 1-2 loth st. nw. nu22-3t " WANTED By competeut person place , as housekeeper in bachelor or widower family: good cook and manager; first-class. EXPERIENCE, this office. nc22-3t VV , i.. .v.tsa.u lo mi al i-oioc 1713 T St. nw. no22-3t WANTED-By.coloreil oinaii havim. a child, general work; wages c-cnsi.tcnt with privilege or keeping her Infant. 70U L nw. !o21-3l-cui i - im. 'ju a ron nBKT-nooMs. FOR HENT-436 II st. nw., eleganlly to sir"""U'U at anJ fooins; ratc-s, 54 lO l. lnJ.Cl FOiJMf?2'T? l'-at-Place nw.,nic noSi-lt ' Va e '"""V- S--nts oidy. KOR RENT-Parlor floor; unlurnishisl; ,',, r"''"sJ Privilege or kitchen: 515 month. 3J K st. ne. ,i,.-'j.i. OK KENT Two nicely itirtilsh.-d ..."'" rooms; with or wlilmiil. loanl. 42, t, st. nw. nn"i..it OK RENT 1102 N. ':.ae.l.w..flIr. roo'iis. nice location; moderate rates. EORRENT-512, two nicely furnished communicating rooms, complete for light housekeeping: northern iieople pns. fern d. Lin.-, nth st. nw. it 'OR RENT Two rooms.rur.orunfur.. ..i.'.T .,'5'" Housekeeping. 34 F st. nw. l-Q-.4-.lt 'E'0.I?T5:N'r ,r Four desirable rc,m. gas and b-Vti.10!., Ili!,t housekeeping: heat, "-''s Bn bath. .11, K st. ne. nn"j.:u ""fT.-KENT 122U lllli si. nw., two In i,Mi-iVS,",,'al',l,,c' war"'. unny rooms iniiruate family; terms moderate; ref. FOR RENT two imely lurnisiied . I.- .m'"' ,l,"8 -d and 3rd iloor;in nice, menls hi'L1.. "0.us'-": ''"- Improv.-inenis- at i itii st. nw. no24-3t KOR RENT Coriierbouse.large sunnv noo'Jl!'? ,ur'S"ed ro..ms. 2.1 and 3nl Ho rs; single or coniiecliug; well licales -with or without board; convenient lex.,,! no" If 3t'na bc -PP "01 OllVsU nw! FOR RENT One small cheerrul unrur nislied room on Hrst rioor, lo one is-r- ni?,1-!1."-".1"" ""Jrance: rc-r. nquirisi; be-ated yitii stove; Ca I bet. J and 1 2 or I and 0. No. 1010 p aU ,,w. l-tfr FOR RENT-At 2111 :s st. n.v., three large rooms; furnished or iinriirnisbeil- . ,re! t'n,i,"l)njV,;""-""ls:ierinsreasonable; eoiorcu- nn-.t Tt 'OR RENT Two unlurnlslied ruun.; e-,s" lii' 'hiI"--1.'1 '"""-Piiig:heat an.i L.is. Ibl2 bill st nw. ro2i-:tt J? OR KENT 1 vi. or inrti- looms 011 -,.-,'! ''""r- "eat. tath and gas: cheap. " II I- ave. 11 w no23-3:cm J5"OK RENT-Mirnimirslor iinintnisi.ed. several large rooms, for housekeeping; vervil'eni il27tuat. nw no.a-.it FORRENT-Nicc-lyturnlauedfionianil lck rooms, 2d and 3d floor.; a. m 1 . rent reason-ibb- i;-i; 1 si nw m.2:t-:ii FOR RENT Pleasant, well furnishuT parlor, also third f.jr front, and hall room: central. 1)07 II St. nw in.22-.-a FOR RENT Two handsomely furnish. ed rooms on second floor, and li.il I rooms. with or without board: table Iioanlers ac- coinmodated. 720 llth st. nw. n.22-it FOR RENT-PurnLshed: beautiful front room: parlor; all conveniences: uev .-,mc, -,. nut .. cap. FOR RENT-Two unfurnished rooii s, 2d floor; a. m. I.; 510. 201 Morgan st . bet. N. 1. ave and M st. 11 w u.j22-Jt FOR RENT 2d-storv froiTrroTim, fur: i.isiieii: neat and gas; baili on same- .-.., luuuiidic xeiiL- .ipiny is u si. nw- t,.,.."-i. :-3t FOKHEST-oue furoisiicit 1111 at; 4la I) st- se.. with a. in I no2-it FOR RENT Two large fuml-h.-.l r'oms; witii board if desired; at 4.-,!) U st- nw. no22-0t FOR RENT vith or without Is.iir.i7 front parlor folding furniture: IsicK parlor fiirnishesl as bed room, other rooms; heat, gas and bath; terms low G.I0 Mass. ave nw no22-7t OR KENT-Newly furnished rooms; ,1111. iiv capitoi auci u. a u uep-t-222 New Jersey ave nw no22-It FOR RENT-I-'romocetofiverurnislied nearll KEASONABLE.thisofrice.iio22-.lt FOR REN1 'tnrce uiiitirnistns! Iront rojms. limn Housekeeping. lull Mass. ave ne. a.i22 3t FOR KENT-Mc-ely furnishetl front room, on second Hoor; bath on same rioor. 1240 ath st. nw. no22-3t FOR RENT 808 0th st. nw., nice, comioriaole rurnished rooms; with or .viihout iK.ard; transients attoinmoclate.t. Eo21-3t,em LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING One square Irom Capitul.110 2dst.se.. 2 cozy. coiiiDletelv rurnished. bav window rooms, 1st floor: alsoparlor and 2 bedrooms: single or en suite. noi-at-em FOR RENT A suite of 3 desirable fur moms; retlneil private family; fine location: light housekeeping: refs- lblo Est. nvv. uo21-3t-era FOR RENT Three unfur. room": hlgli ... . iiL.ni beat auu bam. 1812 K st Refs. no21-3tem FOR RENT 13401 st,nw.,iiani!some- iuiui-iicu rooms, suicaoiei or di. c, or others; with or without board. nol9-7tem FOR RENT STORES. FOR RENT Small siore and rcom uoove. central l.cat on. 125 llth st. nw no24-3t FOR RENT 0-t U st nw. has been used as barter shop for the List ten vars. moderate- rent. Inquire of 1). CON NELL, nil 2d st. nw. co21-3l-em FOR HnXT STAMLEK. )"OR HEN T -Stable, it, s-r monlh. Apply to Vt . H WILLS, 312 Indiana ave. io:i;it FOR KENT Private- suibl.-, nw.. m rear or 132 1 I st., with all mod. imps. Inquire at 1324 I st. nw. m.21 3t,eiu ROOMS AND BOARD. FOR RENT Rooms; lurmshcsl or un lur., v.un or without board: for ladies or ginlleiucn; near O. P. O 73 II st. uw. no24-3t JtJJU'I2rrTriA:N'os- FOE RENT To responsible party; an nri-tiic nuino Address 1'IA.M). 111s orriee. It WANTKI)- KOOjIS. WANTED By man, vv:ie and child, two nicely furnished renins, with hoard or pnvilege of caterer; bet. Mil and 1 4th. c ana is si- nw.; wiupay reasonaoiepri.v; no regiilarlH ar.hngt'otisewauicil Aildri-ss BOX 15. this office. It AflTiiii I'- ioung esaiple. .1 rooms suitable lor liitlit hi.usekeeinng. near Avenue or 14lli st e-ar hi i- Address SI.. this office. m 21-3t-em WASTED-FLATS. WE can rent your flan send us full de scnutinn. Address TIMES REAL ES TATE BUREAU. oclT-tX WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED-Second-hand big stove: iiotiiiugiaucv:must be eood heater and cheap, otiick. PATHFINDER, 421 N. Y. ave. nw. It eVAXt-i-EO-liy caterer, dining room and kitchen In nv.t with boarders. Ad dress 22 jtass. ave. ne. no2l-'lt. V ANTED minng rex m and kilchiii. by an experienced English caterer, .vliere there are boarders. BOX 51). Ihis office. 11c 2 l-3t WAn'rn;i)-iii nice ngi.c loveieu d--nvt-ry wagon with horse. Apply 1214 10th st. It FOR SALE A dairy milkcan f..r lunch room, .v spigots in good condition. 514 8th st. nw. no23-3t WANTED-Pupils in shorthand; Pit man system; lGc- per lesson. Room 9. Warder Building. no22-3t WANTED-Tu buy a national cash ii-gister. total adder: must be In guoil order and cheap for cash. Address A. O T.. this office. no22-3t WANTED- A dressmaker would like .1 few places to go out sewing bv the day: terms mode-rate. Please call at 1122 llth St. uw. uo22-3t WANTED-l'upils in painting; class lessons; 2 hours, 25 cents. MRS. D.. Artist, this office. no22-3t WANTED We have customers for all kinds of goods and business places; wanted, to buy, platform business wagon. 2 coupes, 1 brougham. 2 side-bar buggies, iralss. I hcuv sec .11 lis,c ndilkn, 1 sot ot double conch names-.. 1 pony cart. 3 Daytons, 2 phaetons, 1 doctor's buggy: call at once; we take all goods on storage at cheap rales. GUARANTEE COMMIS SION AGENCY, 450 Pa. ave. nw. 0-I4t WANTED" .-,ooo wort. ol seioiiii- .. .... ....ni... a ?.-, lt.oi i-iimt Inn .T l.ai.ll .UlUllUlb .s .M....... ........ u. G.SlNCLAIK.Ol'i Loiilsl.in i.-t.e. nol!)-7t WANTED-l.'h',--tovcs.ruruiliire,car- pcls. etc. S. J. NOTES. 4 1-2 st. and Slaine ave. sw nolC-1 It-em nnni-ING. guttering. .Ind spouting. W. RII.. SIMMONS. 018 K SL nw.no3-tt Ttr vou want rirst-cl.iss furnace, latrolie. n.SIMSIONS.018 K st nw. no3-tf WANTED-l'tw cash, all U- S. stamps "used between 1847 and 1870, except 2 aud"'-Sien. values; department and rev enue stamps; collections wanted especially. Apply?ner 4 p. m. to V. W. BRADLEY, 1718orcoran St. nw. oc28-lra W ANTED-Dressmaking-, cheap and Xerfcct sausfactlun guaranteed In fl tin ana prices, at. ..c a n ua. fic23-U x J SsfSC-?si si-Cls"?&iai? .cW-jfcH-ayEj sj" ifdtp -S Ht.V-.-X"