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iii ojjSf''v4; 7"jaWBW ; - -- THE MORNING TIMES, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, .1896. " V V"-t.i.if i HELP TV ANTED MALB. WANTED-A good waiter m luucn vm j ia. ave. : TTANTED-lioy with 2 years experi ence ui typesetting; at ouce; to wort on dally paper. Apply 321 4 1-2 st. nw. "Wjv.WX'J;jl A well-dressed collector: 5iu, security deposit, u. ai. s., hub omce. lt W AJfTKD-1 ounu titan to wait; bri ng refs. 1702 1-2 10th st. nw. It WANTED-Colored second cook, for Hotel; reft, required. 014 13th st. nw. It Wan rj iiite uaroer. teavuruay. It-em 4 13 12 Kt.IlW. XVj&'lriaiyliit ou want SI no per mo? Can y u nII suU-criptlon JookC It so sm- liA ME t L.1.1UMOUL, 4t' 7 in st. nw. del8-lmt.-em. W lt-em u- uarner. o u u nw. WANTED-At 1101 firiM-cuir oaruer. 7th st. nw., lt.c-m WANTifiO jooU tiaroer Tor Katurdny. t?Q3 i) st. nw. l t-em WANTED .lanihatunderManissplle- ing or wire cables. B. PRINCE, this ornce. deia-3c WANTED Assistant pboUwraph printer and toner. CLINED1NST, 1 207 1' st. delS-3t WANTED A man to repair lunuture. Appi i zjz 32d st. nw. loJ 7-3t WANTED -A first-class cake baker. iiai .. maw. c cl7-St "VV JN 'i"3i3i - uoys ror messenger serv ice, --l'ply after 0 p. in. I42S F st. dcir-:v-u XiKLr ffA.VTEn-VEVIALB. WANTED- Ueiieralhuu-w.rker;siiiall private Jamily. 614 13th .st. nw. It W ANTED llelperby a dressmaker; one wno knows something of white "work preferreii. 1401 11 si. nw. It WANTED-A place by settled while wmau, as first-t:lass couk; refs. 443 7th st. sw. dcl--3t-cin WANTED-A first-class woman to cook, wash and Iron; must have good rcr.;siay nights. Inquire at 509 E st. nw. lt,em IP you want reliable servants we can assist vou". we have tried tlicin. 031 F Kt. LADIES' D. C. EXCHANGE. Estab- lished 1S77. lt,ein WANTED-Uiri ror general hbuse work; nest refs. required; must stay nights. 1 i it) lie Sates kl. nw. lt-em WANTED Lady agents and can vassers; soaps. 479 Missouri ave. dcls-3t DELI' WANTED MALE AND FEMALE. "WANTED Two amateurs; lady mid gentleman, wiio can act, to join road company; gi-od appearance and ivardroi' e.-seiitial. UKPERTQ 1KB, this office. It WANTiiD-Al City Intelligence df 1'ice. tii. Ks, general houseworKers. wait ers, drivers. laundresses, nurses, ehainbcr iiiMids. boys; places furnished till suited. Eslalilistie.1 1 B5. HlIACKLEFOKD'S,427 11th st. nw . dcl9-7t ruEy"TALh. about your explained by Pastor li lisz Swem.Sonuay night, it WANTED -Menand women uutof em ployment jnd willing to work can learn ofn permanent situation at good wages, by writing at once to 1. V. 11., Hots. 2b3, Augusta, Maine. de3-tu,tiiu,!-at,suu-17t FOt iii.rscx" - to right part v. It-em moniti, 2 iii'iii rooms 1134 7th st., jeweler. FOR RJKNT Large iront rm; ganilv rur.;2d rioor. 444- 11 nw. dcis-3t-ein WANTED -Menand women outof em ployment and willing to work c;in learn ofn permanent situation at gu-d -.vageu. by "writing .-it once to l. V. 11.. llox 2b3, Augusta. Maine. del0-tu,th,sa.su-17t v j.- . a jfu-iai uenu.nsitators of pure f od j,oods; those having hail romc experieiue in this work in fiiht-c-lass grtK3ery stores preferred. Address by let ter only. J. C. J'l'LE, Kat.oual Hotel. delS-3t SITFATIOXS WAXTi;n-MAI.E WANTED-By a young man, a place; understands housework and driving; city ref.: willing to do anvthing. 1!03 12th si. nw. de!9-3t WANTED An experienced meal cut ler, wishes place in meat market or ttore: refs. SI 3 I) st. sw. del 9-3t WANTED My young man 10, imme diate wi-k; experienced salesman and Itotelman; good appearance. T. Y. 13.. this on ice. dc!7-3t,cm WANTED-lly young man ol'merean tile exjierieuee, a situation of any kind; -wages no object. V. U., this office. del7-3tem WANTED Expert bookkeeper wants work; will make himself generally use ful; $8 a week; first-class ref. Address W. A., 410 11 st. ne. del6-3t.cm SITUATIONS "WANTED FEMALE WANTED-A capuble "white Woman wants wcu k as companion to in ahd, or will supervise the management of a house. HEFIKEI), this office. del9-3t WANTED-By a settled, experienced woman i-.ire of an Invalid, child, or Infant; "would assist housework; sew; moderate wages; refs. MHS. G., 1719 13t.h st. nw. del-3t v jix'x'jtiJD hy a colored woman, a place as cxKik, chambermaid, or nurse. Call 1747 Oregon ave. nw. It Vv jt-iN x ij "j iJiurc. ill, place 10 nurse, do general housework, or cham- bermaind. IMP 13th st. nw. lt-em WANTED- iv experienced dressmaker, worthy day or week. DltESSMAKER, 313r 14th st. nw. del7-3t,em WANTED a position as typewriter and stenographer by young lady owning ilcmtnglon machine; can furnish reference. Address Al. J ., this office. del7-3t MISCELLANEOUS SOMETHING very special and en- tireij new among our large stock of jilanos just received: prices very low; cash or time. SHOEMAKER'S, 4229th sunw. It FORSALE-lox terrier pups, maici and ren.aie, well marked and bred; ages 4. and 6 months. 3225 O bt. de!9-3t CHEAPEST printer on earth! Com petition defied! PARKS, 920 F. del 9-1 mo HERE'S A TIP For thirty days I will bind vour magazines in cloth for 00c, just to advertise my work; business cards 75c. per 1,000. G. E. WILLIAMS, 615 7th st. nw. delS-tf.em PHILADELPHIA barber shop, now opeuat rso. 319 Pa. ave. nw. Ex tra niieiaa.e witn nay rum and aseluie for Or: greatest hair cat in the city for 10c; shampoo, 10c; open rrom 7:30 a. m. to a:3u p. m. delS-3t H. C.LANCASTER, books, station ery, and cat.ioiic goods. 612 9th st. nw. del6-6t I SEE you know how to hake beans tiere. I've hunted all over Washington and tills is the onlv place where I could get beans fit to eat." (A Bostonlan at UROW..VS. 1 1!3 G St.) dcl5-7t,em J E. SCU.EE.Li. teacher of piano, organ anu hinging at sight; particular attention to beginners, as well as to those further advauced; terms, $10 per term. 1210 G st. nw. del5-7t WALL PAPER-lf you want your looms papereil cheap, all the paper will cost you is 15c,; that pays Tor the paper and hanging. C. C. SILENCE, 730 3d st. e- del3-7t WALL papers rurnlhhed and rooms papered at my usual popular price. CHARLES N. EVANS, 222 13th 8t. SW. del-lmo. THANKSGIVING could have been better enjoyed In nicely papered rooms; still there is liiue yet to have them done up by Christ mas. ir you hurry. F. G. NOLTE, 810 9th st. nw. nolS-tf WANTED Furniture inoved:largest 2 liorse load In tile city. $2.50; 1-horse loads, $1 .25-pianos, $2; experienced hand lers. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO., 323 4 1-2 st nw. 'Phone 1566. nol7-tf ROOFING, guttering, and spouting, V. 11. G. SIMMONS. 618 K bU nw. no3-tf IF you want first-class Turnacc, latrone, etove, and range work done, go to W. II. G. SIMMONS. 618 K Bt. nw. no3-tf TIPEWRITTEN circulars push busluesf; $2.r0-per 1,000 up. ZEIG LER. printer. 816 F st. nw. oc25-tf TEETH extracted free. NATIONAL UNIVERSITY DENTAL INFIRMARY, 3828 I st. nw. Teeth filled, plates mde. and all kinds of crown aud bridge wort at mall charge to cover oost of material. No charge for examination. Infirmary open from 10 a. in. to 5 p. m- aulo-tf FOR SALE SUB L KB AN- FOR SALE Several tracts of land, from 1 acre to 10 acres; on electricr oads, near Washington; very cheap, and on the easiest kind of time; also small tracts with houses; alsoTanus on and near the Potomac Elver, within 30 miles of Washington, at 3 per acre; now in the time to buv; call or i-ena Tor my list and map of county prop erty; also suburban places for rent; offices will be open during Christinas holidays. JAMES E. CLEMENT, 1321 F st. nw del6-4t-em FOR RENT ROOMS. FOK KENT-1207 rrciiit second- story ill sued. 11th st. nw., one room, nicely rur-dcl9-3t POHKEKT-A rumlRlied attic room, S4 per month. dc!9-3t I? Ok. tcniST -Meely fur., 3 rooms and parlor; witn piano, heat, and gas. 427 G m. nw. de!0-3t FOR RENT Small comfortably lur. lid-story hack room, S6.50; unfnr.. $-Lp(). 1126 Glli st. nw. del8-2t FOR. RENT 1715 N st. nw., without hoard, a cozy room. 2d floor: suitable for gentleman; $ 1 4 per month. do!9-3t FOR RENT 2 unfnr. communicating rrom loon s: beautiful location; rcaon ahle rent. 603 Mass. ave. lie. It FOR RENT 12 13th st. nw., threw rooms lor light housekeeping, fur nished or unfurnished. del9-3t FOR RENT fc30 12th St., fur. and ttn i .ii-. i oo.ub, corner house; jiai lur 1 or doc tor. delD-3t FOR RENT ' nice unfurnished rooms, second floor; heat, light, water: $11 1939 flthst.nw. del-3t FOR 1 RENT-To a lady, by family or io. pretty room in nice, attractive tw hoiih: esv i.t ii;ii'i- mi kiu-neu eject nc ears at comer. WEST WASHINGTON, this office. delSKlt L.JL -1 T HOr REHEEPIN C1 large mom. with ante-room, cooking utoin-tls. dishes, sewing machine, hot and cold water, etc.; $12 per month. blO th st. 11 w. lt-em FOR RENT Furnished rront rooms for gnuciiii3ii; neat; gas and bash- 52 Ji st. nw deia-3t FOR JUSNT-Large, dchirable, 2il-story iroiit room: ivith or without board; reasonable. n26 Ni-w York ave. delS-4t FOKREN'1-1I)10 K st,., a flat .f 3 desirable rooms, furnished or unfur nished, 316: to adults, caterer, or light hoiisekeeumg. if preferred; referen.v.s. delH-at FOR RENT Three nice large unfur nished rooms on 2d floor; also 1 fur-ni-liej room on same floor. 5)43 F st. sw. delH-3C FUK t"'.ss' lhn-e uniiiri 1 lied looms at 121!) 7th st. nw., for $9 a month. Inquire at 1134 7th st. nw. del-3t FOR RENT 400 X. J. ave. te., 3 new ly furnished rooms: a. in. i. del8-3t FOR RENT -2d story Iront room to gentleman; terms reasonable. 004 Al st. nw. del7-3iem 1'OK REfT---o Hour: .1 rooms. 2 ios ets; not water in bath: heat in 2 r 10ms; hair block from cars; south front; light housekeeping. Owner, 020 T st. nw. iel7-.'U-em FOR RENT 3 tmrur. rooms at 1210 7ihst. nw. Inquire at 1134 7th st. 11 w. del7-3l-ein FOR RENT snttitl front room and JKiard to gentleman; J?4.7."i per week. -I2U 3d nw. ilel7-3t-em FOR RENT Large.bnght.warinrooniK and board, 25 per month for one. 737 13th st. nw. del7-3t,cm FOR RENT-312 IJ st. ne., rooms; one a ballroom; 3u tory iront; southern exposure; rent reasonable. del7;3tcm FOR RBNT-U12 N. V. ave., 2 iront rooms, 2d and 3d floors; board if de sired. del7-3tem FOR RENT Three iiiiiur. rooms; all conveniences. Address 425 9th st. nw. del7-3t,em FOR RENT 1031 . . .1. ave. nw., for ligin iH.usekcepSng, three nicely lur. I'linmr,. M;: heat and gas: refs. del7-4t,em iuH ItUft'i -1 i""i 10 nil, mi story: newly furnished: stove heat; 10; hall ot;-. :-... U. t!i bright and sunny; caterer in thi' bona. 723 11th nw. h-17-3t FOR RENT n- 5'i. large u-.jrtn 2u iiry fiont lorin: all conveniences; J12 monthly. s27 r.lh sl.nw. de!7-3t sf . itilli-A, u lotn si. nw., fur nished cosey sitting room, with ad loimng led-room; heat, gas; ror two gen tlemen, ?'." per mouth each. del7-3t FOR RENT 214 A st. se., two or three liirnished rooms: half square east of Library: 3d floor. del7-3t FOR RENT l" ur. rooms; with or with out board; 3 car lines pass the door. Gl D st. nw. delO 3t,em 1? OK KiiNT loll loinsu.nw ..nicely rur. rront rooms, from $a to $12. dilfi-7t-eiu FOR RENT Nlcery fur. heated rooms and rirei-ciass tjourd; S10 a month. 4H". 11 st. ne. del5-7t-em FOR RENT Two largecomai jnicating rurnisueu rooms. 459 G st. nw. dc!3-7C W.VNTED-UCOMS. WANTED-Furnished room for light housi'k"eping; not over Si a month. K. M., this office. It ROOMS AND HOARD. ROOMS and board. tr a week; best ac commodations; convenlentlocat Ion. 617 11 st. nw. delS-3t WANTED-A lady would like to have a tew roomers ahd boarders; SI 2 a month; one in family. Call at store, 66 Pierce st. nw. delG-3t,em FIRSTCLASS German boarding house; run- mnu.-iied rooms; all con veniences: near the Capitol and New Li :irary. 21S 3d st. se. ilei4-7ten XF vou want to rent your rooms quickly call Room 15, Loan and Trust bldg. del 3-7 C A .'UANCJS KOI A GOOD HOME Apply at 012 Fifteenth Kt., Me- IMhm-koii s(inar: mo.-si desiruino part of the city; second mid third floors, single 01 en suite; table and till ap pointments first cliihS. no2-tf BUSINESS CHANCES. WILL sell my grocery, meat and pro vision store; good reason for selling. Call 1020 G st. se. de!9-3t FOR SALE A poultry plant. In ex cellent running order; excellent oppor tunity for man and wife or single man. Address POULTRY PLANT, this office. delS-at.em FOR SALE one or the best located flour and 1 eed stores In nw.; cheap rent, long lease, and well stocked; doing good business; will sell cheap; owner has other business to attend to. Address F. A. D., thisotfice. delS-3t,em FOR SALE-liarber shop", two chairs, v ami ooing a nrst-ciass uirsiness; rem very cheap. Inquire 64 II st. nw. delS-3t,ein WANTED-l'artncr with S500 In es tablished business; cabinet maker or stnlrhiilidcr preferred. Address MANU FACTURER.tlilsofficc. del8-3t,em jLjaLjc iu. ...u vaiieti ai. tigai sioiv in nw. in regard to situation is requested to call again. del 1 -3 t-em FOR SALE-Pils-ately, Virginia cafe good masons; government job. 913 nw. dcl8-3t SNAP-100 will buy cigar, coulection ery, stationery and fancy grocerv; come and see. 4ia 11th st. sw. del7-3tem FOR SALE-Photograph galierj or partner; a chance fcr one to learn the ousiness: small capital: also incubator, new; first prize World's Fair. Address PHOTOGRAPHER, this office. de!7-3t FOR SALE hest located cigar store and pool room in city. Address QUICK, this office. uel7-3t FOR SALE-Good paying business. Apply to stand 350, Northern Liberty Market. de5-7t LADIES desiring to make investments or speculate without publicity; where there is protection from absolute loss; can Secure the address of a lady broker bv od- dresstng P. O. Pox, 472. de!0-30t PARTIES having influence in tlie different departments can secure an income of at least S50 per month, with out interfering with their present duties. Particulars given only at a personal inter view. 59 Atlantic Dulldlng. Orrice open until 8p.m. dc6-lmo JOri JrtxxTJLNG- liOWtopapor and book composition at lowest cash rates new material. ROUT. F. SIMMS, Job Printer, 305 7th st. nw. no2G-tf LOST. LOST On nignt or 17U1, a hair-grown mailese cau Liberal reward ir re turned to ion mtu st. nw. it "THEY TALK. ADOUT Youi" explained by Pastor k. jiez Swetn, Sonday night. It LOST Diamond earring, between 9th and ictii st., on Pa. ave. Reward If reLurnedto VIOLET MONROE, 1363 Ohio ave. nw. n LQST At Junction 15th and G sts.nw., 'urauuj viuuiui,, ucc, 1UJ.OUU, a nun, dnrk-green book of great if left at this office! value, lteward lt-em LOST A small lox terrier bitch; black points, with small black collar. Any one returning same to A. T., the Cairo, Q st., will receive liberal reward. del7-3t LOST Hlack and tan daschund pup; answers to name Fizz. Return to 1707 n st. nw. and receive S5 reward. del6-3t,em MISLAID or lose from tne editorial office ol this paper, an old hymn book called the Lyre," with one Idaf off; any one that has the same please re turn to this office. dc9-tfem SPECLVL NOTICE. MRS. M. LEWIS, massage. 518 9th st. mv.; 2d floor front. dcl9-2t AUCTION SALES. Walter B. Williams & Co., Aucts. TWENTY-FIFTH AHNUAL SALE Dy Order of the Old Reliable Taunton Silver Plate Co. SOLID STEELING and SILVER l'LATEU WAKE, great variety of styles, RICH UOHEM1AN and TAL.b'l RlAN ULASSWARE, Deautlful CUT GLASS, In unique designs; l.ooo dozen of the GEN UINE ROGERS CUTLERY, and many usnrul articles suitab.e for presents. AT OUR Salesroom, Corner 10th and D streets, Facing l'a. ave. nw. SALliS DAILY, ll A. M.. :and7:30 I'. M. This being their 25th annual sale should be a full guarantee as to the quality of goods sold. .1.1'. HALL. Manager Taun ton Sliver Plate Company. WALTER 15. WILLlAMa & CO., Aucts. doicnt-cui TRUSTEE'S sale of a new two-story pressed brick house. No. 124 Ileckman street southeast. 11 v virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded In liber 2149, roilo 'I'O et fieq., or the land records of the District or Columbia, and at the re quest or the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will orrer lor sale, at public amnion, 111 iront or tne premises on iLESDAY, the twentv-second day ol' De cember, A. D. 1896. at haR-pust four o'clock p. in., lot eighty-rour (84j in AicJiiineuesHi'CKman ssutnuvisionoi square seven hundred and llnrtv-stx (73U),as per plat recorded in hbi!r 17, loho I61, one or the records of the surveyor's ori'lee of the District or Columbia, said lot improved by a new Iwo-stnrv, six-room and b:uh pressed brick house, No". 14 Ileckman street south east. This property jvill be sold, however, subject to a prior incumbrance or record in liber 2U7JI iulio 323 et seq. In the sum orsixteen hundred ($1 ,600) dollars. Terms or sale: 350 of the purchase money over and above the said prior incumbrance to be paid in cash, balance In one year, with interest at six u;j pur centum per annum payable semi-annuallv, secured by deed of trust on the pmperty sold, or all cash at the option or the purchaser. Depositor 550. required at tunc or sale. Terms to be complied with within ten days from date ot sale, otherwise the lot will be resold at the risk and cost or defaulting purchaser. Conveyancing, etc., at the cosi or the purchaser. DAVID D. STONE, Trustee. Mtid f si reel nw. RtGNALD V. HliALL, Trustee. i (i P street nw. del 1-nt-eod DU.NCANSON HROS., Aucuonoeru UNITED Stoics iais..ais sale -tiy virtue of a win of li'-n facias issued outortlieelerk'sol'i o," " a--.u;re..i totirt or the District or Columbia, and to .mo di rected, i win M;ii ror ca.,j, at public sale 111 I'lOllt .if 11, , ,:ilir I "is.- !.., ..-. ..:!. - ton, D. C, on AVEDNESDAY, December do ia96, ut 11 o'clock a. 111., all the right, title, claim and intetest of George A. Drurviii ami 10 tneeus .1.1.1 f oiiim.il lot numbered 3, in square numbered 2o0, suuai.. in . n. eitv r ,.tbiiiuuiu, l.i.si.iet or Columbia, seized and levied upon as the property (.r the said George A. Dniry. and sold to satisfy execution No. 31016 in favor ol" 1 hos. .-iiiahan .V Co. ALBERT A. WILSON, U. S. Marshal. do2-w.s&ils WAL1ER D. WILLIAMS A CO., AllCtlOll- HA.NDSO.ME SODA FOUNTAIN, JOHN MATTHEWS PATENT; MHIR ELEGANT SHOW CASES, GLASS FRONT; DRUG FIXTURES, MARBLE TOP AND GLASS FRONT PRESCRIP TION CASE, COUNTERS, SHELVING, c, &c , AT AUCTION. On SATURDAY, December 19, at 11 o'clock a. m , will be sold on the premises noriheast corner loin and D sts., the above named articles without reserve. '1 erms cash. WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO., Auction eers. oeltt--t FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE-An invalid's rolling chair 111 periect order; nearly new. Apply 151 U R. I. ave. deiv-0t FOR SALE-Fixtures of a paying cigar .suiro; 5-75; established trade; good location; a snap. C. .V., this office. del9-2t FOR SALE Cheap; violin in gooii couditii'ii; ease, chin, and shoulder rest. Call at Ofhce of Lincoln Hotel, del 9-31 FORSALE -1UU.UUU leet second hand scafiold plank; 2x6 and 2x10; Virginia pine", 10 to 20 feet long. Ad diess PLaNK, this office. del9-2t FOR SALE-Graphophoiie and exhi bition outiit; ost S7G; just the thing for a Christmas present; price, S55. Ad dress "BRAND NE W ' t hi st) f f i ce . d e!9-3t FOR SALE-Davton; hand-made; in lust-class repair. Call HYLANDS STABLE, in rear 1325 7th fat. nw. de 19 -3t FOR SALE Two good horses; double set harness, ami neavy-toji wagon: will sell on ensv terms; cheap. Call, 1126 Park Place ne. ll POP CORN furnished in any and all lorins on snort notice for chuich fairs, bazaars, and other places, either wholesale or retail. W.H. HAMlLToNandGEORGE MERRAS, Proprietors, 32 II st. ne.. Dis trict of Columbia. del9-3t CAKBlES-'l'lic best quality, fresh made; cream bon-bons and chocolate for which you pay Hoc, .IOC, 4oe, mie, pcrio.. we sell for 15c; fancy mixed, 2 lbs. for 25c: tarry, all kinds of flavor; walnut and fruit taffv, only costs 10c per lb. 317 Pa.inve. nw. ciel-3t FOR SALE-S45 Tor an old Stradiva ri us model violin; a great bargain. 923 .List. uw. oeio-Jirem FOR SALE Full leather top phaeton; Ai conniuon. Rear 469 C st., after 4 p. m. " dei8-3t FOR SALE-'l wo full plush barber chairs. corner 10th and D sts. nw. it FOR SALE-Fine sorrel horse; sold lor want of use; price, $35. Inquire at WHITE BROS., 300 Center Market, or alter 2 o'clock, 800 P st. nw. del8-3t FOR SALE-Did you hear It drop", well, it it'll with a dull thud; the Elgin butter market, and I give you the benefit", four pounds for $1; best butter; flesh from the churn. Call on It. B. YOUNG'S STANDS. 76 and 77 O St. Mancet, and 69 Eiggs' Market. dc!8-7t FORSALE A highly polished solid oak fancy partition; very cheap. 349 Pa. ave. nw. dei8-7t FOR SALE -One Columbia barber chair; good as new. Call or address GEORGE P. BLAIR, 1415 li st. ne. del7-3C FOR SALE -A ncv egg stove, $ 2; stovepipe, 10 cents a joint. 1222 32d st. del7-3t FOR SALE -Horse and huckster's 11 cense cheap. 1040 12th st. ne. del7-3t FOR SALE A rirst-class ladles-' tailor ipganddiessmaking business; good loca tion; cheap rent. Address C. L. this office. del7-4t FOR SALE A new side-spring buggy for sale cheap. Apply 815 6th st. nw. del6-3t,em FOR SALE Cheap, an oil route. In qtnrc iot-t .td st. ne. del5-7t-em FOR SALE Tailing machines f(nd others, cheap, rrom S5 up; ail kinds sewing machines repaired: orders by mail. CBAS. STEVENSON, 1612 11th st. nw. BOUGHT sold and exchnnced.nlgeotiH ol arruescnptions. 709 Lse. del3-7t FOR SALE A lot or fine shot guns, guitars, banjos, mandolins, violins, and accordeons; will be closed out at half or the original price; nothing better ror a holiday present. JULIUS COHEN, 1104 7th st. nw. del2-tf KOI j REN'SPAllLES. FOR RENT 2 stablesin alley between F and G. 3d and 4th sts. nw. del9-3t EDUCATIONAL MANDOLIN. MANDOLIN. AVULLVK M. UUKOUK will receive pupils on mandolin, guitar, theory and composition. Studios 934 F St., Rooms 6 and 8, and 1203 T st. nw. nol8-tr THORALD JERICHAU.fb.B., Royal University of Copenhagen, will receive pupils on piuno, organ, theory and composition; studio, Droop's Music Store. Apply Droop's or Ellis' Music Houses, 925 and 37 Pennsylvania ave. se28-tf SPECIAL oiler; vocul training; un surpassed in city; at $5" per month; no tremolo; no sore throat; clear articulation; pure intonation. MRS. STEELE. 1522 Q st. nw. no25-4w,w,s FOK SALE 11 AJS OS. FOR SALE 7 oct. Cliiokering square piano; S45 cash or S50 on time. 15 9th st. se. dcl9-7fc FOR SALE-A nearly new P5ak& Son Grand opera upright I'iano in excellent ranjHUon; cost 350; will sell for $150. iu.uiiMM.uiv. tiem-ME FOR SALE A squarepiano. Bradbury, price moderate. Address PIANO, this ""'" uejio-ac FOR RENTf-HOUSES. FOR RENT 601 Mth st. nw., 7 room uouse, opposite pension ornce; m. 1. ivey 014 3d st. nw.g de!9-3t Ke Fojct iu&iN'i 444 Q.M.-V nw.. houst open for Inspection: six rooms; bath; latrobe. " yarn rront anu imcs, gar; pun.-vu conuition; arrangedtifor two rninilies M8.50. ;; de!8-3t yO.UU. f U i UCJ.O-OU FOiC AtjajiVx' wicis w-ioom house, vnoio or part; very cheap:; 1251 4th nw., cor, or n. I ' I de!6-7t FOR Ria NT induced to sji&.yu, new 7-rooin brkk houses: all m. 1.: lntrobes; Nos. IZb to 14" HecKinan st., between E and F, 1st and 2d se.; 'facing south, on Gurfield Park: keys atNo. 138. H. P. MIMMACK, 1410 G nw. de!2-7t-em FOR RENT Seveti-rbom frame cot tage in lirookland; two blockB from cars; modern improvements; terms low. In quire I. S. HOLLIDGE, care Saks & Co. tf PERSONALS. HALEE. THE MEDIUM. Card Reader aud Sclentluc Palmist. tells your life from cradle to grave, and just what you want to know; also tella nbouL business deals, law suits, love af fairs, courtship, marriage, lost or stolen property, family troubles, rriends and enemies, reunites separated husbands aud wives, sweethearts, etc., brings troubles and quarrels all right, causes speedy marriages with the onc-you love, icinoves spells, causes good luck, cures drunkenness and other faults; satisfaction guaranteed; price 25c. and 50c: hours 0 a. m. to 0 p. 111 , daily. 925 II st. nw. no22-imo SPANISH lessous, 35c; rajm:, prac tical method. 607 F st. nv.dei0-3t-cm Mr.S"E. FRANCIS. Wnslnngion'sold estand most popular medium, will give jiiu 110111 cruuiu 10 H'i"i. oituiiKts, ; 9. Cards, 25c 'J luuce, 5Uo. ho2 Ei to lust Capitol st. de!5-7t YOU want a suitor clothes and overcoat for Christmas, there are lots or others the same way, audit keeps us busy fitting them in our line custom-made ones, slight ly worn, at surprising figures. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 010 D St. IIW. tlelfi-tr PROF.CLAY..Ai-'dTiiui,icil.siiush!css, love afiaii, losses, etc., cradle to grave, forSOc.jreunite.sseparatedJiusbauds, wives, sweethearts or friends; causes spceuv mar riages; removes spells: bad luck: all trouble; 10 toliidaily. 4fe0ilst.sw del2-lmo SRA'S, NO CURE, SO PAY, No. 019 Pa. Ave, . W.t asliiiigton, I. C hucciulUt in chronic ami private lisu:idoj. ri.es, Stricture. Hydrocele, Gout. Catarrn. Djipepsia, Blood poison cureil, Vitality 10 Mured. Coiibiiltution frco and conllclcutial to tolli tc.i:s. Diiily. tuo i'-i. utoti. MAIE. THKO. paliuist and card reader, can he consulted on bitshiessaml love affairs; wives and mothers come und see me when hi trouble; communications sirlctlv coiitideiitlal; tterman spoken; open dallv; prices 25c. and 50c. 929 11 st. nw. no'Jl-laio OUR greaiesiinediHiiiiiiid spiritual moth er, DR. MARY GORDON, tells you all -;,iigs and prefcnl.es a proper remedy for vour ! roubles; consult this girted lady before U is too late. Now at 520 l.'Uh st. nw. no7-tf Dr. Leatherman, Specialist. In all forms or private diseases Hydrocele. Varicocele and Stricture cured. Consultation free. Every day, 9 to 12. 2 to 5; '1 ties., Tlitirs , ami Saturday evenings, 7 tn S. 0112 K st nw Closed Sunday DR. TAYLOK. 90" P st nw . mnkea rull sets of teeth Tor $G; satisfaction puaranteed; teeth exuacted without pain; gold filling, $1 . amalgam. 50e; extracting tr.-e 'vlien plates are made Jel.S-tf LADIES needing confidential treao ment, a eure and cafe tellef in all woman complaints and irregularities Gold ine.lai awarded ror thy .sclciice or obstet rics from the University of Muuich. Ba varia, Strictly confidential. MRS. DR. RENNER. No. 8 Seventh st ne.. near E. Cap. st,,Wash5Dgton,Dj0. POSTOFFICE NOTICE. Should be read daily by all interested, nschanges mav occur at any time. Foreign mails Tor the Week ending De cember m, cIosd promptly at this office as follows: Truns-AtInntio oralis. Printed Matter, rite- German steamers sailing rrom New York on Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturdays-take printed matter, etc., for Germany, and especially addressed printed matter, .etc., Tor ether parts of 'Europe. ' " ' - White Star steamers sailing from New lork on Wednesdays take specially ad dressed printed matter, etc., for Europe. The American, Cunard and French Line steamers sailing from New York take printed matter, etc., for all countries for which they are advertised to carry mail. Mails for South and Central Amer ica. "West Indies. Etc. SATURDAY (b)At 7:20 p. m., for Progreso, per s. s. C. Coudal, from New York. Letters for other arts of Mexico must be directed 'per C. Coudal." Mails for Newlouudlaiid, by rail to Hall rax, and thence v t earner, close here dally at 12:05 p. m.(d) Mails for Miquclon, by rail to Boston rnd thetue by steamer, close here daily at 3:20 p. m.lal Mads for Cuba (except those for San tiago de Cuba, which will te forwarded to New iork up to 10:55 p. in. Wednesday the 16th lust) clo.H' here daily at 3 p. m. Jor dispatch, via steamer sailing Monday and Thursday, rrom Port Tampa, Fla.(e) .Mails for Mexico, overland lexcept those for Campeche, Chiapas, Tabasco, and Yuca tan, which are forwarded to New York, for dispatch by steamer sailing Saturday, after the Wednesday overland dispatch and those for Progreso. which are forwarded to New York for dispatch by steamer sailing Sun day, arter the Wednesday overland dis patch), close here dally at 7:10 a. in. Trnns-Paclflc Mail h. Mails i0r China and Japan, per s. s. Bel gic, from San Francisco, close here daily up to 6:30 p. in. December 23. (d) Malls for China, and Japan, per k. s. Braemer, from Tacoina. close here daily up to 6:30 p. m., December 19.(d) Mails ror Hawaii, per s. s. Australia, from San Francisco, close here daily up to 6:30 p. in., December 23. Mails for the Society Islands, per ship Tropic Bird, rrom San Francisco, close here daily up to 6:30 p. m., December 25. (d) Mails for China and Japan, specially ad dressed only, per s. s. Empress of India, rrom Vancouver, close here daily up to 6:30 p. m., December 28.(d) Mails for Australia (except West Aus tralia). Hawaii and Fiji Islands (specially addressed only), per s- s. Mlowera, from Vancouver, close here daily up to 6:30 p m., January l.(d) Mails for Australia (exceptthose for West Australia, which arefnrwarded via Europe), New Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji and Samoan Islands, perg. s. Mariposa, from San Fran cisco, close here daily up to 6:30 p. m., January 2.(d) Trans-Pacific malls arc forwarded to the port of sailing daily, and the schedule or closing is arranged on the presumption or their uninterrupted overland transit. (a)Reglstered mall closes at 10:00 a. m. same day. (b)Rcgistercd mall closes at 1:00 p. in. same day. (ORegistercd mail closes at 6:00 p. m. same day. (d; Registered mall closes at 6:00 p. in. previous day. (e)Registered mails ;clpsu at 1:00 p. m. Tuesday and Saturday, (IiReglstered mall l-hjscs at 6:00 p. m. previous Saturday. I JAMES P. WILLETT, Post master. LEG AL NOTICES. ESTATE orLucliisE. Reynolds, late or Washington, D. C.,JNo. 7514, Document 23, issued Deceinbecixd-, 1896. Applica tion having been made to the supreme court or the District or Columbia, holding orphans' court, ror pYobate of a last will or said decedent and jtoifj letters testament ary on said estate, by Willlston B. Stod dard and Mary A. "Reynolds, executors named in said will, Hits is to give notice to all concerned to appear In said court on Saturday, the 2d day, or January, A. D. 1897, at 10 o'clock a.v in., to show cause why such application should not be granted. Attest; J. (N0TA M'GILL, . Kegister or Wills. F. L.HARVE Y, Probtdr for Applicants. de5-oaw-3w ! MANICURE. MRS. BL MO'CONNOR. expert manicure. 1210 u st. nw. del7-7t FOK SALE ROUSES. FOR SALE -Large, powerful, high bred Virginia coupe or buggy horse; gentle; of high spirit; having easy amble and fox trot uuuer the saddle; warrantj glven. Apply GEORGE E. CALVERT, 1509 l'a. ave. Uel7-3t FOR SALE APPLES. FREE SAMPLE or $1.50 packed barrel New York state apples at store, 824 9 th nw. . del7-7t FOR RENT SUBURBAN. FORRENTia "acres; 8 rooms: $7; fruit; near Boundary. Call 26 I st. fle. , del8-3t BAILHOAD8. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STREETS In Effect November 15, 1800. T.SO A- M. week-days. PITTSBURG EXPRESS -Parlor and Dining Cara.Har risburg to FlUaburg. 1O.50A.M. PENNSYLVANIA LIM. ITED Pullman Sleeping, Dining. Smok ing and Observation Cars. Harrisburg to Chicago, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Cleveland and Toledo. Buffet Par lor Car to Harrisburg. 1O.50 A. M. FAST LINE-Pullman Burret parlor Car to Harrisburg. Buffet Parlor Car, Harrisburg to Pittsburg 3,"H,9o M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS-Pulluian Burret Par lor Car to Harrisburg. Sleeping and Dining Cars Harrisburg to St. Louis, Cin cinnati. Louisville and Chicago. TflO P. ar. WESTERN EXPRESS. Pullman Sleeping Car to Pittsburg, Chi cago, and Harrisburg to Cleveland. Din ing Car to Ciiicago. , ,, T.XO-P. M. SOUTHWESTERN EX PRESS. Pullman Sleeping Cars Wash ington to Pittsburg and Harrisburg to St Louis and Cincinnati. Dining Car. n-9''0 P. MI. PACIFIC EXPRESS. Pullman Sleeping Car to Pittsburg. Ts.GQ A. M. for Kane, Ca.nandaigua, Rochester, and Niagara Falls dally, ex cept Sunday. lO.GO TV. M. forElmlra and Rcnovo daily, except Sunday. For Lock Haven Week days and Willlamsport Sundays, 3.40 P.M. 7.10 P. M. for Willlamsport, Roches ter, Burfalo, and Niagara Falls dally, except Saturday, with SleeJHng Car Wash ington to Suspension Bridge via Puffalo. 10:40 P. "BO., for Erie. Canandalgua, Rochester, Hurralo, and Niagara Falls dally., Sleeping Car Washington to EI- mlra. tliv I'niLAT)EI,PIUA. NEW "i'OllK AND THE EAST. 4:00 p. MI. "CONGRESSIONAL LIM ITED " daily, nil Parlor Cars, with Din Iiie Car from Baltimore. Regular at7.00 (Dining Car). 8.00, 9.00, 10.00 (Dining Car), and 11.00 (Dining Car rrom Wil mlngton) A. M., 1.45. 3.15. 4.20. 6,50. 10.00 and 11.35 P. M. On Sunday. 7.00 (Dlnlnir Cnri. R nn n.nn ii.nntnintnu Car from Wilmington) A. M, 12.15,3.15, 420, 0.50. 10.00 and 11.35 P. M. For Philadelphia onlv. Fast Express. 7.50 A. M. week-days. "Express, 12.15 P. M. week-days. 3.0 1 and 5.40 P. M. dally, lor Poston, without change. 7.50 A. M. week-days, and 3.15 P. M. dally. For Atlantic Cltv tvia Delaware River Bridge, all-rail route). 3:15 p. in. daily. For Baltimore. 6.25. 7.00. 7.50. 8.00, 9.00, 10.00. 10.50, 11.00 and 11.50 a. m., 12.15, 12.15. 2.01. 3.15. 3.10 (4.00 lim ited). 4.20. 4.36, 5.40, 6.15, 6.50, 7-10, 10.00, 10.40, 11.15. and 11.35 n. m. On Sunday, 7.00. 8.00. 9.00. 9.05. 10.50. Jl 00 a in.. 12.15. 1.15, 201. 3.15, 3.40. (4.00 limited). 4.20. 5,40. 6.15. 6.50, 7.10, 10.00. 10.40 and 11.35 p. in. For Pope's Creek Line. 7.50a. m. and 4.36 p. m. daily, except Sunday. For Annapolis, 700. 9.00 A. M.. 12.15 and 4.20 P. M dallv. except Sunday. Rundnys, 9.00 A. M. and 4.20 P. M. Atlantic Coast Line Express. 4.30 A. M.. 8.46 P. M. dallv; Richmond onlv. 10.57 A M. week days; Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line, 8.41) P M '--'lv. Ae(H,n,..(inion for Qunn tico. 7.15 A. M. daily, and 4.25 P. M. week days. Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and G rtreets. and at the station. Sixth and B streets, where orders can be left for check ing of baggage to destination from hotela and residences. 3. R. WOOD. General Passenger Agent B M- PREVORT. General Manager ALT1MORE AND OH! RAILROAD. cfhedulei: . fee Decemtier 7, IfcOG. Lcav- Washington from station comer ot New Jersey avenue and C Ftreet. Pot Chicago and Northwest, Vestlbuled Limited tr.iinu Iftnn :. ... nr. n m Ft.r Cincinnati. St. Louis and IndiunapolU. J Vestlbuled Limited, 3.-10 p. m.; express. x j 00 p in. For Piitburg and Cleveland, express dallj 10 00 a. in and 8.50 p. m. For Winchester utid way stations, 10 a. ux t&.IO p. m. For New Orleans, Memphis. Birmingham. liaUniior3ut Knoxvilie, Bristol and Roanoke, 9. CO p. m. daily. Sleeping Cars through. J? or Luray, 3.40 p. m. dally. For Baltimore, week days, 5.00, 6.30, X7.05.x7. 10, xb.00, 8.30.X9.30.X10.00, Xl2.00a. m.,xl2.05. 12.10, Xl2.35,x3.00, 3.25, X4.36, -3. -10, X5.05, X5.15, X5.30, SOil) X5.15, 6 30, xb.00, X9.20, 11.15, Xll.50 p. rn., X12.01 night. For Annapolis, 7. 10 andS.30 a.m., 12.10 and 4.36 p. m, Sundays, 8.30 a. m., 4.40 p. in. For Frederick, week days, 7.35 a, m., 12.00 noon, 4:30, 5.30 p. m. Sundays, 1:15 p. m. For liagerstown, 110.00 a. in. and t5:30 p. m. For Boyd nnd way points, week days, 7.35 a. in., 4.30, 5.30, 7.05 p. in. Sun days, 1.15, 7.05 p. in. For Gaithersburg and wav points, weelf days, 7.35. 9.00 a. m., 12.50, 3.15, 4:30, 4.33, 5.30, 7.05, 11.40 p. m. Sundays, 9.00 a. ni 1.15, 4.50. 7 05. 10.15 p. m. For Washington J unction and way points, 7.35 a. m., 4.30, 5.30 p. m. Week days. 1.15 p. m. Sundays. For Cape May, 10 a. m.. 12 noon. ROl'AL BLUE LINE FOR NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA. All trams illuminated with Pintsch light. For Philadelphia, Ncav 1'ork. Boston, and the East, week days, 8.00, 1 10.00 a. m. DiulngCar), 12.00.(12.35 Dining Carl, 3.00. (5.05 Dining Car), (12.01 night; Sleeping Car open at 10.00 o'clock), Sundays, (9.00 a. m. Dining Car), ( 12.35 Dining Car), 3.00, 15.05 Dining Oar), 12.01 night. sleeping car onen ten oMock. Additional trains for Philadelphia, week days, 7.05 a. m., daUy, 8.00 p. m. Jtuflct Parlor liuflet Parlor cars on all uay trains. For Atlantic city, 10-00 a. m., iz.ou noon, and 12-35 p. m. week days. 12.35 p. m. Sundays. tExccpt Sunday. 'Dally. xExpress trains. Baggage called for and checked from notch, and residences by Union Transfer Co- on orders left at ticket offices, 619 Pennsylvania avenue n- w.. New York avenue and Fifteenth street, and at depot-WM- M. GREEN, CBAS. 0. SCULL, Gen- Manager. Gen. Pass. Agfc MONEY TV ANTED AND TO LOAN. WANTEB-I'lie 'oa of S160 for six months; good interest will be paid, and giltedge security given. Address SE- CPHI'l Y'.thisorficn. delb-3t-em WANTED-ft3,bbO on ital estate col lateral, tor 2 years at 6 per cent; will pav 1 percentcommission. Address REAL ES'TATESECURITY.thisoffice. del7-3t SaO.OOO-At FIVE PER CENT to loan on unproved property; prompt at tention given to applications. TIMES Ri:AL ESTATE BUREAU, loth and Pa. ave. nw. WE wane 1.O00 borrowers, wno deslr from $50 to 510,000 each on stocks, bonds, trusts, loan association certificates, warehouse receipts and life or tontine poll ciesln old-line companies: no delay; no chat tel mortgages taken. YERKES & BAKER. 40 to 46 Metzerott Bldg., 1110 T st. nw. MONEY TO LOA.N Large sums at 5 and 5 1-2 per cent on D. C. real estate; S250, 500, $750. etc., at 6 per cent; all transactions conducted With eco nomical consideration for borrowers. WM. H.SAUNDERS&C0..1407Fst.nw. tar8 FOR SALE BICYCLES. FOR SALE Lady's wneel; nearly new; lamp and tools. 511 3d st. nw. del8-3t FOR SALE-Pneumatic bicycle, per feet condition; Sll cash; SACRIFICE, ..v. -v.. tins ornce. del6-3t FOR SALE Bicycle, camera and homing pigeons very cheap ror cash. HOMING, this orrice. del3-7t " TVANTED FLATS. WE can rent your flap, send hb foil de Bcriptlon. Address TIMES REAL ES TATE BUREAU. ocJ.7-tf STEAMSHIP LINES. AMERICAN LINE. New York Southampton (London-Paris) Twin-screw U. S. Mail Steamships. Sailing every Wednesday. St Louis, Doc. 16. 10 atnlSt. Louis, Jan C. 10 ain Paris, Doc. 23, 10 am Paris. Jan 13. 10 am N. York, Dec. 3J. 10 am New l"'k,Jan.20. 10 am RED STAR LINE. NEW YORK TO ANTWERP. NOORDLAND Dec. id". 12 noon FRIESLAND....: Dec. 13. li noon KENSINGTON Dec. te, I-p. ui WESTERNLAND Jan. C, 12 noon International Navigation Company, Piers 11 and 15 North River. Office 6, Bowling Green, N. Y. GEORGE W. MOSS, Agent, 921 Penna. Ave. TIMES Real Estate Bureau. PROPERTY FOB RENT. SXOO-228 NEW JERSEY AVE. SE. ,. ,15 roorna; 2 baths; butler's pantry; Kitchen; storeroom; servants' sitting-room, and numerous large closets. Key at thla orrice. Just the house for a member of Congress. EEAL ESTATE BUREAU. 65,00-2020 u BT. NW. Brick: 3 stories: 10 rooms and bath. (417) 6&a EACH-43G0. 1352 COLUM ., i "Tv AIT. PLEASANT Brown MODe, 3 stories; 12 rooma and 2 baths: a. m- 1. (454) $55-Store and 20 rooms on New Jersey ave. nw.,near B. A O. depot. (480) S50.75-724 13TH BT. NW. Brick: 11 rooms and bath: good condition: a. "J- i- 11121 SSO-638 Q bt. NW.-Brick: three etoriea: 15 room ana two bathB; a m. J. (820) S50-18TH AND EIGGS NW. Brick; 3 stories and basement: 10 rooma and bath; a. m. J. 1404) 0isp-ai9 7TII ST. NW. 11 rooms, ga.1 and water included in rent. i306i 550-03o U ST. NW. a large rooms: can be uaed as a stable or storage rooma. (2851 45-1108 8TH ST. SE. Brick store. and dwelling; 12 rooms:"a- m. 1. (114) S45-1106 8TH ST. SE Brick store w-lth 12 rooms and bath- (114) 840,SO-N0. 1830 9TH ST NW -dodern 10 rooms trad bath; cellar 540.00-1347 PA -AVE- NW.-6 large rooms and bath. (415) S35.50-J8UST.SW. Brick. 12 rooim and bath: new house t79 Sa.oO- 27U5 P ST. NW, 10 rooms anu bath; in twsrfect condition: larc yard. cJS.OO-713 hTH ST. SE.-Large uouoie store; keys, 709 ath se. (50j SS&.OO 192". FIFTEENTH ST.N. W.: rooiiuj and butu. (503) -.. li ST NW., BET. O AND 1 nrso rooms and bath. (527 S3 O. SO 123 A ST. NE.-9 rooms and hath. ,400 SSiSo 17TH ST. EXTENDED -Desinible frame; 1 rooms and bath; a. in. i. (52s) S.'33.4O-330 FIRST ST. NE.Brick: 7 rooms and bath: a. m. L; stable la war. 1380! S3S.5O-803EASTCAP.ST. 7 rooms ano oath; key at 805, next door. (560) S2S.3O-T0 D BT- NE--6 looms and hath; concrete cellar; a. m. . (77 S2S2.30 72 D UT- NE 6 rooms nnd hath; concrete cellar: a. m- - 1116 SS2..SO-1331 v Si. NW.-2-story bncK; b rooms and bath. Key at this office. (534) Sax 2358 6TE ST. NW.-O rooms and Bath. 2xp Sao. so F ST. NE.- Brlck;6 rooms anu bath. 1512) Sao.SO-213 R BT- NW Brick: S rooms and bath: a. m-1. (2G7 Sao.OO 111 EST-NE Brick. 7rcorai and bath. tali S1S.30-22I K 8T-NE Brick: Orcoms and bath: a-m. l. (any, SX8.30-516EST SE Brick: 6 rooms and bath: a m- 1. (BS4. S1T.3O-2506 1-2 P BT. NW. Brick. 6 rooms and bath; a. m. t.. tlaOi SXT.3O-2502 p BT- NW .-Brick; 0 rooms and bath; a. m. 1. i34a S1T.OO-12S3 F ST. NE. New Brick: 2 stories; 6 rooma (490) S16,3f5 441 WASHINGTON ST. NW. 6 rooms. (499) S16.00-1810 20THST.NW. 7 rooms; key next door. (4631 S15. SO 1212 2ND ST. NW. Brick. b rooms and bath; key at corner. (414) $15.30-1238 DUNCAN ST. NE. new brick; 7 rooms and bath; a. m, L (501) $15. 3O-H03 D ST. BE. Frame. 7 rooms; a. m. 1.; the lot Is 100x100; good place for a gardes- (443) JSXS-1O10 -oIII ST. Brick; 8 rooms. h-eys at this orrice (412) $13.50-421 3RD SE. Brick; 0 TOms; stable in rear. (568) S13.30-703 24TH" ST. NW. -Brick, 6 rooms- (3S2i SX3 422 3RD SE. Brick; 5 rooms; stable in rear. (57) $12.30-614 12TH ST. NE. Brick; 5 rooms: water;sewenkey6l0. (124 S1S.OO-305 POMEROl ST. NW. o rooms, stable Tor two horses; well water; tot is 35x150 reet to alley. (550) SIO.SO 1211 WYLIE BT. NE. Five room brick. (392 '$10 5i 10TH SW. Frame; 6 rooms: can be reded to colored tenants. ( 5(y ) SlO.OO-1231 GEORGIA AVE- SE.- u-room brick; key 1233. (411) S3 O Large shop in rear 144S P ST. NW . size 20x60 (406) S9.30-NO. 23 DECATUR ST. Flva rooms; near N . Cap. anu r sts. ne. (4c6t SO. OO 414 FRANKLIN ST. NW..NEAR 0TB AND R STB 4-room brick. (241i S8. SO -1817 LINCOLN AVE. NE.-2- story irame; o rooms. nail S8.SO 113 LINCOLN AVE. NE. Frame; 2 stories; 5 rooms. (1S1 SS EACH-1633-1633 CRESENT ST. MermianHlll. 2 frames. 0 rooms each. (290) ST 1333 FIRST ST. BE. Three story: 9 room frame; lot 18x175. 12391 $6.35-1514 MASS. AVE. NE- Brick; 4 rooms. (365) RAILROADS. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. (Piedmont Air Line.) (Schedule Inerrect December 1,1896.) All trains arrive and leave Pennsylvania Passenger Station. 8 a. m. Dally, local for Danville. Char lotte and wav stations, connects at Manas sas ror Strasburg, Harrisonburg and way stations, daily, except Sunday, nnd at Lvnchburg with the .Norfolk and West ern, daily, and with the Chesapeake and Ohio, daily, for the Natuial Bridge, and Lexington. 1 1-15 a - m, Dally, the UNITED STATES FAST MAIL.carriesPuHinan Buffet Sleep ers. New York and Washington to Jackson ville, uniting at Salisbury with Pullman Sleeper for Asheville and Hot Springs. N. C, Knoxvilie and Chattanooga; Tenn., and at Charlotte with rullmari Sleeper for Augusta: Pullman Buffet Sleeper, Washing ton to Galveston. Tex-, via Montgomery, New Orleans and Houston, and Pullman Sleeper. New York to Atlanta. Solid train Washington to New Orleans without change. Sunset personally conducted tour ist excursion through sleeper on this train every Saturday to San Francisco, without etiange. . 4-01 p.m. Local for Front Royal. Stras burg and Harrisonburg, daily, except Sun- 4:51 p. m. Dally, local for Charlottes- 10:43 p. m.-Dally, WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN, VESTIBULED, LIM ITED, composed of Pullman Vestlbuled Bleepers, dining cars and day coaches. Pullman Sleepers New lork to Asheville and Hot Springs, N. C; New York to Tampa, via Charlotte, Columbia. Savannah and Jacksonville, and New 1'ork to Mem phis via Birmingham. New York to New Orlcans.vla Atlanta andMontgomery. Ves tlbuled day coach Washington to Atlanta, Southern Railway dining car. Greensboro to Montgomery. TRAINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO DIVISION leave wasiungion y:oi a. m. daily and 4:45 p. m. daily, except Sun day, and 6:25 p. m... Sunday onlv, for Round Hill: 4:32 p. in. daily, except Sun day, for Leesburg, and 6 25 p. m. dailj for Hemdon. Returning, arrive at Washing ton S:26 a. m. and 3:00 p. m. daily, from Round Hill, and 7:06 a. m. daily, except Sunday, from Herndon, and S:34 a. m. dailv, except Sunday, from Leesburg. Through trains rrom the South arrive at Washington 6:42 a.m.,2:20 p.ni..and;:40 p. m. daily, Manassas division: 12:40 p. nt daliv, except Sunday, and 3:30 a.m., dally, rrom Charlottesville. Tickets, sleeping car reservation and in formation furnished at offices, 511 and 1300 Pennsylvania avenue nnd at Pennsyl vania Railroad Passenger Station. W. 11. UKKEN, Gen. Snpt. d. M. CULl, 'Prattle Muiiaer. V. A. TURK,, Gen. lnss. ARont. L. S. Brown, Gen. Agt. 1'tiss. Uept. FOB HIRE. FOlt HIRE A t 927 D st. nw., horses. carriages, buggies, and wngons; all styles; SI. 50 and $2 per day. no!9-tf WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS. WA?(TED-Fot cash, all kinds or old United States postage and department tamps. Collections also bought. H. F. DUNKHORST. 1005 7th st. nw. 6e9-tX FOR HIRE-To drummers and business roen,hor80 and bnggy or Dayton. Sl.50 and 52 per day. Apply to tho REX STA BLES. rear of (.15 E st. nw.: telephone call, 109 mylO-tf TIMES Real Estate Bureau. HOUSES FOK SALE. NO ItTH WEST. $aTSOO-17THST.NW ..NEAR Ql-2 souare from car line; brick; four stories P . (vment:25 rooms and 3 baths; under rent or 5123 per month; a. m-i.; terms easv. (85 Sap,O0OL ST. NW.. BET. 14TH and ljiTU Brick; 3 stories and base "le;; IS rooms and 3 baths;steam heat, lot -OX139; under rent or $100 per month. (80 SaO.OO OO ST.NEAR21ST ST NW. 15 rooms; bath, et&; hot water hat; an ideal home. (537) SlS..OOO-WABHINGTONEEIGHTa V e nave several houses of 10 and 11 rooms, J batlia; steam heat;theconveme:iCea and modern improvements contained in these houses cannot be equaled. tl46 SlS-POO -COLUMBIA ST.. MOLNT PLEASANT Brown stone: 3 stories; l- rooms; 2 baths; hoc water heat; a. . . t. (454) $1G.OOO-COK. 8TH AXD I STS.NW. Brick and rrame dwelling; 3 ktoriea ana basement, containing 22 rooms and 2 baths; furnace heat; a. in. 1; rents for $150 per month: terms easy; a bargain. (106) S15.000-H ST., BET. N.CAP AND 1ST. NW. 3-story brick. 12 room and store; 2-story frame In rear containing 4 rooms; rent for S100 per month; a. m- L; terms easy. (204 S15.000-OST.NEAR21ST ST. NW. . Magnir.ccut house of 11 rooms and oath; bot water heat. (53B ) S15.O00-19TCST.NTV .NEARTBT. 16 rooms and bath; hot water tit-as. 1389) S13.00O-3 ST., NEAR 17TH NW. 10 rooma, two baths; magnilicent home. (516) S1S.500-H ST.NW..BET.0TH AND 1. ,. 10TH uncle. 10 rooms and bath; Eng lish basement; lot. 18x132 to 30-foot al ley; large yard and stable. 171) S12.000-1TTH AND R STS. NW. 11 rooms and bath; tut ma can te arranged- 1492) S10.50O-RIGG3 ST- NW.. NEAR 17TH Brick and stone dwelling, con taining 10 rooms and tiled bath; a- m. L 164) SlO.GOO-3024 Q ST. NW. 9 rooms and bath; cellar; ruraace. The lost la 35x150. (288) S10.000-3"T!I ST-NW- White :nar- ble and red stone; 11 rooms andcebar; a. m. L; terms easy. (J 99) SIO.OOO-COLUMBIA HEIGHTS White stone fronts; 10 rooms and bath. (471) SIO.OOO-ISTH ST. The rashionarjla section, brick, with brown stone trim mings; 11 rooms and bath; furnace. Tho first rtoor is trimmed with California red wood. We can make the terms satisfac tory. (300) SIO.OOQ-NEAK DUTOST CIRCLE 11 rooms and bath: cellar, furnace and latrobe heat- Only 51,000 cash rcuuired. (342) S9-SOO-INDIANA AVE. Hero is a splendid opportunity for someone, n.ed- ern brick bouse of 21 rooms; lurnact-li eat; 1103) S9.5O0-Facing Iowa Circle; brick and . Stone dwelling, containing 10 rooma and batn. furnace. There is no tetter k ca tion Tor a residence, and to make it more interesting we will say that this house nnS be sold, and we are going to sell it. The lot is 20 feet front Submit offer. (335) S8.500-H ST.. NEAR 1ST. NW.- Dnik and stone; 10 rooms and bath: a. ni. 1. (69) SS-OOO-G.NEAR 2IST ST.NW.-IO rooms and bath; lot 20x133 to aMey; stable; wlU trade. tuOl) SK..OOO V ST-. NEAR 14th 9 rooms and bath. 51S) ST.5 OO REDUCED FROM SS.00O Ninth street northwest, Wrst side, be tween Westminster and T streets: 10 rooms; bath and cellar; heated bx furnace. (l'U) 87500- CORCORANST..NEAR17TD: BT. NW 12 rooms and bath; furnace. (75) ST-.SOO-6TH ST.NW..NEARM BT 9 rooms and bath; cellar; furnace. (S58 $T.B OO-CORCORAN ST..NEAR 13TH ST. NW 1 1 rooms and bath; lot Is 20x 90 to 15-foot alley. (329j ST. OOO -SIXTH STREET. NEAR M NW. o rooms and bath;lotlSxll6;con vement location. (543) ST.OOO-K ST.. NEAR N. CAPITOL ST. 9 rooms and bath; saloon parlors; furnace beat. Will exchange for House near 9th and O sts. nw. (155) S7.000-NEAR COR. 1STH AND Q STS. NW. & rooms, bath, cellar; rents for $40. (455) ST.OOO-COR. 26Tn AND F STS. SW, Brick, 6 rooms, bath, ami store; 3 small 1 rames included; in good condition; a.m. I- 1205) S6.6OO T ST. NW Pres-ed briek; 3 stories; 9 rooms and bath; hot water heat; cabinet mantels, a. m. I- (390) S 6. 5 OO Cost S7.5H0 N street, near .New Jersey avenue northwest, roon. bath and cellar; lot 20x100. (C-liJ) S8.500-COR.6THANDP STS.NW a rooms and bath; submit offer. (531) S6.0OO-P ST..NEAR 27THST. NW. 9 rooms; bath, cellar, nearly new; -wHI exchange for house ia city or in near suburbs. (158) S6.400-CTH ST. BET. L AND M STS. NW. 10 rooms and bath; new. This Is "dire cneap." (535) Se-aOO P ST., NEAR 6th st.nw. unck; S rooms, bath, ami cellar; 4 .Txms on a floor; modern in every detail; lot, 1SX100. (547 SG.OOO-9TH ST., NEAR T NW.-10 rooms and bath (515) S8,000 1353 U ST. NW. S rooms and bath; large brick stable. 1391) S6.OOO-30TU, ST., NEAR T. NW 3-story brick; rooms, bath, and cel lar; a.m-L; rented at $32 per month. S6.OOO-GE0RGET0WN:23 ROOitsl divided into flats; good Investment, (472 1 tn.750-rU. WE. NW.. BET. 1ST AND 2D 8-room brick; bath ami cel lar: a. m-i-: terms easy. (22& SS 600-' ST., NEAR N. CAP. ST 13 rooms and bath; coavenu-nt to Gov ernment Printing Office. (j33, SS.SOO-R ST. NW.. TET. 6TH AND 7TB Brick; 7 rooms and bath; a m I.; terms. 1-2 cash, balance easy. (164) S5.500-Cannot be duplicated; 8 rooms and bath; cellar; Sth sc. nw.. between N and O sts.: 3 lines of cars within oau square: markets; the most, convenient place to live in the city- (251) S5.400-M ST. NW.. BET. 23D AND 24TH Brick; 3 stones; 10 rooms a.ml bath: a. m.l-7 terms, 1-3 cash, balancr lo suit. U53 SS.OOO-TI ST..NEAR13TH ST..VW 7 rooms ai'.d bath; nice home. t u9. S5000-l3. very seldom yoa car. get n nouac u "i" ,feuii .u xu uuusiiasy 100 to 10-root auev. (;t-ft, SS.OOO-l' ST., BET. 12TH AND 13TB NW. 3-story brick, contains- a rooms and bath; under rent at $30 per n.o. SS.OOO-6TH ST. NW.. BET. P AND uS rooms and bath: stable in rear (35i 4.900-H ST- J"vv"- BET. N. Cap AND lST-Press brick: u rooms n.i bath; a. m. 1. (62 S4.SOO-S ST. NW.. NEAR 2STH: brick and stone dweihng. containing 3 rooms, bath and receptloa hall; a. m. 1.; terms to suit. (203) S4.TSO-N0RTH CAP. ST. Eny wm dow brick ot 6 rooms, bath, and cellar; stone trtmmlng3. U57 S4-SOO-"TU ST. EXTENDED-Stvre and 7 rooms. (514 S4.500-9T1I A-N'rl0 STS NWFlBa brick of Srooms;oathandcellar. t46o S4.S50---D AND I STS. NW 10 rooms aud bath, In good condition (388) S4.SOO-TWENTY-SECONDSTREET. NEAirb STREET NW.-Unck.G rootus and bath: submit terms. (544) S4.SOO-9TH ST.. NEAR O ST. NW ( rooms; lot Is 20x95. to lo-ft after. S4-aOOTR ST. NW., NEAR 1ST.; bay-window brick, containing 7 tuuwi and bath; in first-class condition; terms to euIC. (CO I S4.000-Q ST. NW. 7 rooms uit bath; we can trade this for a bouse near center or city. 1299) S4.000-T ST. NW.. NEAR 6TH. press brick; 7 rooms and batn; lot 17 ft. rront; a. m. I.: a bargain. (310) S4.000-S ST. NW..NEARN. CAPI TOL ST. Nine rooms and bath. I42S1 S4.O0O-4TH ST. NW.. BET. P. AND o.; brick; 6 rooms and bath; under rent, $22.50: a. m. i.; terms to suit purchaser. (83) S4.000-B ST. NW.; BRICK; TWO .stories; 7 rooms; lot IGxloo; stable n rear. (261) S4.000-T ST. NW.. BET. 6TH AND 7TU Rear lot. faces on Florida ave.; 7-room brick nnd bath; in perfect Con dition. (340) S3.800-S- Y. AVE., BET 4TH A ND 5TU STS. NW. 10 rooms and bath; bouse in excellent condition; sta. .u In rear S500 cash, balance to suit. (172) r. x', V.-ij. .