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-p'C THE MOBNHSra TIMES, THBUSDAY, JAMUAKr 7, 1897. 3 H-f r- AMUSEMENTS. L AITAIETTE. (Tonight. ( -Miitini-o Saturday. BRET HARTE'S Powerful ami PieturesqUH Drama. SUB '3 c c Managemci.t Charles Ft oilman, (ast inclndns Annis Russell and Joseph Haworii.. 5EAS0N OF GRAND OPERA. WAIVIEK DAUltfisCII. O rrrflf, GKAXD OPENING NIGHT: Mines. Alclba (by special nirangcuiont with Messrs. Abhor, "choeifel & Grau), Yolliuar. AlattflciU. MM. 1'ischcr, Aler-t-n . I)erc m". Tnuisday Ev'g,Jan. It, Gounod's FAUST. 1'ndar Ev'g, Jan. 11. "Wafer's Opera, "DIE WALKURE.' Mines. AIohor-Rav-cnstcin. G-dski. Ei bcnsclractz. MM. Fis cher. DerBCkuch. Ernst. J1iii.'. Gadxki. Powell, Vo Imar.MM. Krauss. Mcrtcus, Ernst. Hobblng, On-clinch, Lniiiic. Balm day Mat,. Jan. JC " agnoi'a Opera, . TANNHAUER. M in es. .Molmr Rav ensteiu. Pdvv ell, EibciiM'liuelz. Voll ninr. Mattlield. MM. Kalisch. Mcrtcus, Fic!ier. Saturday Ev 'g, Jan. IG Wagnoi's Opera, "-IEG FRIED. SCALE OF PRICES: Orchestra Chair (Melba ught) fUro Orrlft-tra Chairs (other pcrtnnaiices). $3 00 First Bilcony, two rovvs Sl.00 First Balconv, last row 3.00 Family Circle, tivn rows SiO) Fan ilyCirco. la-t rows S1.60 General Admission tl.OO and SiOO A i eduction of, 15 por cent, will bo made on ahnvc imccsTo sul)crilK)rs fur the season. Subscription tickets 10 be ba-l at the Lafay ette Opera House ouly, on aid after Wednes day. January C, Regular sale, for 6lugIo performances, begins Monday, Jam 11, at .Box-office of the Opera House FOURTH ANNUAL AND RECEPTION OF THE Ladies' Southern Relief Society, AT THE National Rifles Armory, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 11, 1897, Tor the benefit of destitute Confederate Veterans and their dependents hi the Distiict of Columbia. Managcis, Lady Pattouesscsaud Committees auuouuccd later. Ticket.. 51. 00. To be had atThompson's, Mar-kail Brother,Fleiiiincr's, Harper's and Drew's, and other leading drug stores; also at hall door on evening of Uic ball. and of member of the Society and of Confed erate Veterans. Supper served from 9 till 2 o'clock. c OLUMlllA THEATER. ALL WEEK. ONLY MATINEE. SATURDAY. HR. ARTHUR BOURCHIER, HISS VIOLET VAN5RUQH, . aad the London Royalty Theater Company, In the succe3-till three-act comedy, "The Chili Widow." Fridaj ard aturdsy Ni;bt. DorBLE I "The Queen's Proctor," Bin "Kitty Cilve, Actress." NEXT WEE1CI The Hichlst sai ahied AND JIOMT JlTIA b.3!OL.S OlIAI! ICTKK Alt'II.-T IN 1JIK LNGL-TSlT-bl'IAKlNG MollI.I. ALBERT C H E VA L I E R, AXtt ills Company of HK.U-CI.Vs; K.NTII' TAIAEUS. FltOM TJIi: (jAKJHCK "JlIIlAlKE. Nj:w Yoisk City. hEAT: NOW ON SALE. EGE PALACE,03 C05VEKTI0N t HAl Charity Ball Corner Tiflli and L, Streets N, W. Real Ice Skating , EveryAfternooa at2. Every Evening at 7:30. ' INSTRUCTION l'KKE Ice Palace Orchestra at Every Session. SPECIAL ALL THIs, WEEK. . MISS FANRIE DAVIDSON, Champinu Lady Skater of ai ada. Exhibitions Every Evening at !) o'clock. Satin day Afternoon at 3. ADMISSION, 25 CENTS. 2Spccial Morning Clas.ses for lustiuction Every Morninir. 10 to V2-.W. GKANO Ol'KKA HOUNK. Kcrnnii & ltifp. Manacers. SenVing JANUARY 4. Wednesday MATINEES .Saturday. Hi os. II. Daisand Win T. Kcogh's Latest and Mot huccej-sTnl Metodrauia. IirTt Jioni t.ir Tlif.it vr. New Yoik, BROTHER FOR BROTHER Splendid Cast 3 Carloads Scenery The Gieat Fire Scoi.c The Iron Work in 'Opera lion 100 People in Production TI19 Great Stiikc fecenc. The IJij; Hit of the Season. ffm'Sr' i 15, 25, 50, and ?5c All Seats Couponed, llox Oflice open Irom D a. in. to 1U p. m. Noi i: A good 'eat on first Jloor tortib cents Seats in Box f l.Oil. Next Attinction Fullfii Among llileves. TVTEW NATIONAL THEATEH. JL Every Evening, Wed. and Sat. Mats. UOTi'S Cron uing EfTort and Masterpiece, A MILK WHITE FLAG. NEXT WEfcK HANLON'3 it SUPERBA-'1 KKUNAN's LYCEUM THKATEB. ALL THIS AVEEK". Matinees Tucsdaj-. Tliiiridav and Saturday. UlCii i BAHTON'S BIG GAIETYEXTRAVAGANZA The Spectacular Burlesque. "Naughty Coney Island." Delightful Dances Vivacious Vocalist: Clever Comedians Sensational ."-cencs-CosiIv Costumes. Next Week Tim London Galntv Girls. OLDMBM ACADEMY. rj Was-hlngton. Ci cling taught ou a L1.0M It. floor. Competent instructors. Charges in all. Music ctery ereuing. J and P itrcets. J- Hart Brlttaiu. Igr. Tako F stre CHI'S. Sttfefe-''Oh. '-B-.'a'- YOU BUY A NAME 5 and the name of the American Hosiery v Co. is worth buvina 6 Mr. 'Jth associated vcitlt Je- i rfno ITiidcrtrear of ? the ciioiccst, unity 0 r;cxt, warmest and & uinxf JirnlthtiiJ snrt A -"W" a GeitCemati's Vndencear good as gold reliable -as fleet. STliflr fiill.tn&liioned ) lYliilo alcrlno Under- S1.00 wc-ir regular ji ice, ) SLoO is hero 1SI.OO. $ JOSEPH AUERBACH, I $ Men's Outfitter - - GS3 1'a.Av: BAKS SAYS Jfo other liouse docs, ever did, or ever will, sell sucli b-tcrlmg qualities at such low prices as tve quote.. t rr v TJF.t.1? WANTED IklAT.H. WANTED One thoroughly competent advertisement solicitor; none but experi enced men who mean business need apply; can work entirely new and practical scheme alone; big money contracts. 10 a. in. and 3 v. tu. C15 E Et. nv. It WaMJJD-A man or youth tointroduco a new match; selling Uiem from house to lioiiM- a dollar a day can be made with .i. 50c. Investment. AMERICAN MATCH CO.. lllil 7th Kt nw. ja-:r A.NTE1J louuy nicii to join uu.nu.-ur diuiii iccomii.ini M. U., tills orfice. It-em Wafl'ini-unuii agentrt lor good-paying uuril-aj. ul It fij. Il-. - jaU-OO AA'lr-.lJ .i eiKui iiiimi in, nun' Aimlv bet. 0 and" 7 p. iu.. or by 8 a. m. L. A. H1NES, 3318 O .st. nw. It-em t"lu A- pension (jiuiK. Aaureh, -stating wages and experience, CLERK, this office. 3a5-3t IVAM'HU A voumr iiiuii (cnlnredl tr work in bicycle i?tore; must come well raxifiuneudeii. 03 1j st, nw. Ja4-3t em -W?,'7'P WAXTKD-FKaIAL13. UELIAULE SERVANTS furnished free; end pubtal. CAPITAL BUREAU , 4-11 U M. ja7-3t WATJil A good lrong white boy to work in grocery htore and drive wagon; wages. 53 per week; Call at 1337 Ttti .st. nw. - it WA.Y1KU-Colorea cook; afo u clium lienilalU; two in family. 01-1 13th nw. It WAN'J till Wliltc girl Tor general house work;. small family. li 13lh nw. It W.lMh'U-Colored general houseworker, fiy family of two. U4 13th nw. It ttAMtu-wniu! cook, uu;ulsu com pctent.cluId'R irur..e. 614 13th nw. It WA.Viji.li Colored girl, lti years old, sufarl abft 'Hdy, Mr light houhework; no cooldng;no family washing. 723 11th nw. WAATJJti A singing and dancing sou hrette ror amateur dramatic company. H. C, this office. lt-etn WANTEli A reliable white woman Tor general housework in a family of two; must be a good cook and laundress and May nights. Apply to 1335 Columbia st Columbia Heights, after 1 p. m. ja'i-3t WANTEli A ropeeiable colored wo man to do general housework; must have gotxl rer. Apply at 1400 N. Cap. .st. juC-3C Yvaa i i.i iiuiMier. online pants. Ap plv it once;steady work. 1 100 7th sen w"; Jal-3tem WANTED Women canvassers Tor pic tures Address ARTIST, AnaCOstla. D, C. 3ar.-at WANTED At once, a good milliner; work -u li.e jear. Jiox i., tins oflice. Ja4-3tcm WAM'KD-A settled woman to cook, wash and iron Tor small family Apply, with rers.. at 1333 15th st. nw., tielore il a. in. or alter 6 p. in. ja4-3t,eni w.i.wiiii .v wane woman for general housework, washing and ironing; sUiy nights. Apply 1716 Pa. ave. nw. ju4-3t-em HELP "VANTKD 3L.VLK AJS'D "F1JMALE. WA NTED Cooks; three chambermaids; nurses; general houseworkers; good homes. 441 U st. Ja7-3t W.A.JJTJEI Menand women out or em pioymeutand willing to work can learn ofa permanent situation at good wages, by writing at once to P. V. II., Box 2b3, Augusta. Maine. delO-tu,tha.s-u-17t WANTED Canvassers for -article; 6elliT at sight; Si .50 per day Address MANU FACTURER, this ofiice. jaG-3t 61LVJ..I ami ,juj tiate l none, out 1 siec i.if h"s help in tin Clt MUS. MOORE, 306 G st. nw. da6-3t lr ou tvmii good fervnnia go to D. C LADIES' EXCHANGE, Jooin 4, 631 F M, nw jan-3i,ein WANTED -ilcnana women oucof em piojmeut and willing to work am learn or a permanent situation at good wages, by writing at once to P. V. H., Box 283, Augusta, Maine. de3-tu,thu,sat.sun-17t WANTED At City Intelligence Oflice, cooks, general houseworkers, waiters, di i f r.s, lauiiuri s.st s, nurses, t.iiulMrninN, Itovs" -nldies furnished till suited. Estab lished 1-Sr.. SHACKELFORD'S, 427 11th st. nw. Jc2-7t srr UATI ONS AV an T El J -hale WANTED By Ixjv place in barber slop; no wages. Box 1), this office. It WANTED By man place as janitor or rurnacv to care for. iiox 11, tins oriice. It WANTED By a lespettable tlored girl, plaee a- general hou-cworker; city lefs. 410 Riggs t.. bee 4th ami otn sts., ear N. J. ave and R st. It W.-v. i uii-A coioreuiraiiieunure ivould like plaie; take charge of invalid or -ase of car urn- illnos. TRAINED NURSE, this office. It WAN'J'iiil Position as hoiiiekivpt-r or ilnld- tiur-f. Apply to AIRS. A., N-i. 1719 13th m. n w. ja7 3t WANTED By a joimg lady.ih-iroughly familiar with oriice work, a position as Dookkot-pei or copyist. Address T. D this office. it WANTED By a middle-aged colored wo man, plaee as cook in hotel, restaurant, or Ms'irdiiig-house- Address 2006 Green's court nw. it WArsTED Asitjaiumas nurse.by white girl, or chambermaid, or light liounework: good ref. Call at 1640 Kramer st ne , between I6th and 17th sts. It n.niMu ay yuunK iii.miea iiiuii, a iwsition as clerk; best rers. furnished. u. H O . this office. lt-im WA.N'lhli ijv voiiinr man. work of anv kind;citj- refs. 1702 1-2 10th st. nw. jaU-3t-em WAMhi) By a lesoectaule colored man. place as ixirter or driver. 12311 Sith su nw. J5-3t WANTED By a colored boj'. a p j in private family or store, willing - oblig ing. Address W 11 J , this ofi.l-e ja5-3t W a:jjmj iy young man, .suu.iiion in store; good refs. Address 214 F ne. Ja0-3t WAN'lED By white nun, barkeeper; Al mixer; hotel, club or -salojir. City or country. II L., this office. ja5-3t SITrATIONS 1VAXTKI) FK.M A LI". WAN'l ED By two girls places, oue as cook, otiier chambermaid; nrst-class cits refs. from last place 1702 1-2 10th st. nw. ja0-3t-em WANTED Place as chambermaid and nurse. 227 D. st. bw. ja0-3t WANTED By Southern woman, colored, place as seamst ress. maid or nurse. Address SEAAISTRESS, 1129 23d st. 3a5-3t-em WANTED A place in office or wash ing. l!00 E st. nw Ja5-3t-ein WANTED By competent dre.Sssinaker, dressesorsewiugofanj' kind, at the house. 1331 41-2 st. sw. Ja5-3t WANTED By a respectable, honest col ored girl, a placeas chambermaid, nuiseor general housework in private family; will ing and obliging. Call or address 1632 4tn st. nw. ja4-3t-em WANTED By settled colored woman, pl.ice to cook ami do general housework. 428 6 1-2 st. sw. Ja4.-3t.em WANTED Washlngand ironing nthhnie or by the day: 52. Wilder place,tet. Vt. and 13th and Al and N sis. Ja4-3t-eni "WANTED HUXLDIXG. WANTED Building for storage Of carriages-, ete.; also stable for 20 or 50 horses; long lease; cheap rent. Address RAYMOND, this oflice. ja7-3t WANTK1 1 I'OS 1'AG K SXAALPS. WANTED For cash, all kinds of old Lulled States postage and department stamps; collections also bought. H. F. JJLNKliOKS'l, 1005 7th st. nw. se9-tf AMUSEMENTS. CADCMT-Prices 25, 50. 75c and SI. 00 1 Wed. and Sat. .Mats 25 ami SOc res'd, CROWDED ALL THE TRIE. MAT. SAT. 25 and 50c. Reserved. WHEfti NEXT WEEK, The Woman In Black. BIJOU rAMILY THEATER. 4 Malinees 4, Alondjy. Tuesday. Friday, Saturday, Dan McCarthy, ...in... THE DEAR IRISH HOME PRIORI5? MHnoe, 15 mid 23c. J. UJUJJU . Kveiilngs 15. 25. 35. and COc. Next Week THE N0S5 JOLLITY CO. Try Our Wholesome Wines. SSSStE 1847 14th st. nw. SPECLVX. tfOTICE. SPIRITUALISTS AND LIBBRALS-Ex-cuision to Baltimore, Thursdityl January 7. Mass Meeting of the NationnrSplrltualists' Association. Special car. B. & O. Meet at station at 1 1:45 a. m. Train leaves at 1 Mia i p. Special rates round trip. FRANCIS B.WOODBURY, Item. 600 Penna- aye. bc. THE annual meeting oilthe, btockho.d ers or the Georgetown Unci Tenleytown Railwav Company, for the election of nine directors, to serve for the ensuing year, will be held at the office of the company, 1417 G street northwest, Washington, D. C, on Wednesday, the 13th day of Jan uary, 1897, at 12 o'clock m. HENRY T. PURDY, Jn5-7t,em Secretary. uu. UtVtNu 0. HVbtitj nas removed nw orrice to the Gramercy, 825 Vt. ave., op posite the Arlington. Ja5-3t oi'hviAu huiiuc-ine annual meeiing ui uie sint'Kiioiuers oi Hie ueiu i.hii.j Companj lor the election of seven directors to serve Tor the ensuing year will be held at the company's orrice, 13th and O fats, ne., Washington, D. C, on Saturday, Jan uary 9, 1897, between the hours or 12 in. and 2 p.m. D. AI. NEWBOLD, President jat-5t Tiii!i ANNUAL MEET1NU of me stock holders or the Capital Trust Company, for the election or a board of twelve directors for the ensuing year, will he held at tho company a orrice, No. Ill Soalh Fuirrux. street, Alexandria, Va., Wednesday, Jan uary 13, 1897; polls opeu at 2 p. m., and close at a p. m.; books for transfer or stock close January U, and remain closed uutiUaimary I3,mulusivc;if you areunubie to attend this meeting, please execute and return proxy. Verj res., HENRY K. SIMPSON. Secretary. Ja2-llt-em THE ANNUAL meeting or the stock holders of the Eckington and SoldierB Home Railway Company, ror the election or nine directors, to serve for the ensuing year, will be held at the ofrice of tho company, 13th and D sts. ne., Washington, D. C. on Wednesday, January 13, 1897, between the hours of 12 noon and 2 o'clockp.m. D.M.NEWBOLD.Presidont. de30-lot AUCTIQN SALES. , UNITED STATES MARSHAL SALE By virtue of a wrltof lieii laciasissued out or the clerk's orrice or the Supreme Cnirt of the District of Columbia and to me dl leeted, r will sell at public sale, for cash, in front or theCoiiithouse door, Washington, D. C. at 11 O'CLOCK A. AL. on THURS DAY, JANUARY 28, 1897, the following described real estate, viz.: All the right, title, claim and interest of George F. feeitz and John F. Seitz (Hading as George Sultz & Son J, in and to part of oiiglnal lot one (1) in sipiare three hundred and forty three (343), beginning for the same at a point on the west side of Tenth street uoith west fifty-three (63) feet six 6i inches north from New York avenue: then west sixtj -three (63) feet nine (9) inches: then in a ncrtheasterlv direction five and sev enty oiie-hundredths feet; then east sixty one (61) feet; then i-outli five (5) feet to place of beginning: sei7cd and levied upon , as the property of said George F. Seitz and John F. Seitz (trading as George Seitz & Son), and told to satlsfv execution No. 37505. in favor or G. W. Cissel & Co. ALBERT A. WILSON, U. S.-lUnrsbal. liUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers. de31,ja2.7,9,14, 16, 21, 23. 28 M. B. JoATLMEIt & CO., Auctioneers, 614 Twelfth Street. Entire stock of groceries removed to our auction rooms Tor convenience oT sale, em bracing everything in the grocery line Teas, CoffeuH. Sugars, Canned Goods. Con diments, Large Assortment of Toilet and La'undry Soaps, Vinegar, Molasses, etc, etc. To be sold at public auction at our auction rooms, this morning, January 6. 1897. at 10 o'clock. Ja5-3t,eni PROPOSALS. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office of the .Supervising Arciniecc. w.isnlngto.i, 1). C December 30. 1896. -Sealed propo-kils will be received at I his orfice until 2 o'clock p. in., onthe 27thdayor JANUARY. lo97. and opened immediately tucreaiier, for all the labor and materials reipnred lor the plumbing and gas piping for the U. S Post office building at Washington, D. C, in accordance u itti thearawingsandspecnicii tion. copies of which may lie had at this oriice or the office of the superintendent .it Washington, 1) U. Eacli bid must 1-e accompanied by a certified check lor a sum not lesi-than 2 pcrccmoi the .ui.oiiau of the proiwal Tne right is reserved to reject any or nil bids and to waive any delect or informality in any bid, should ic be deemed m the interest of H.e govern ment to do so All bids received sifter the time slated for opening will be returned to the bidders. WAI. AIARTI.V AIKEN, Suiiervtsing Architect. Jal-eod-Ot BUSINESS CHAXCIiS. FOR SALE Oyster house, lunchand din ing loom. 1400 Pa. ave. a7-4t Sjl.uuu AHiniiery ana lancy store; will inventory about price asked; located on cable line; ti-room house and stable: rent, S30: owner leliring. BUSINESS EX CHANGE, 918 F. ja7-3t isfcow .Meat una provision store. Pa. ave. nw.; dally cash cales average if50; rent. S25; good fixtures; part cash from good partv. BUSINESS EXCHANGE, 918 F Ja7-3t jstiOU Coal yard. nw.;2 horses and carts; 1 wagon, 1 buggy; sheds, scales, etc.; daily cash sales S-So to 00: net monthly lmirits. $100. BUSINESS EXCHANGE, 918 F. ja7-3t j75 CASH will buy stock, Mxtures and gootl will of grocery, provision and notion store doing good cash business J. L. W., this ofrice It-em FOR SALE Coal yuru; centrally lo cate i , low rent ana long lease, in perfect running order: full stock. Applv COAL i ARD. this office. Jn6-7t-ein FUJI BALE urocery, with part of tne fixtures and all the stock; good reason for selling. Address C. E., this office. jaij-Jt-ein AT 1' OUR OWN PRICE Do you want an old tobacco and stationery business, 1540 7th st. nw.? First-class s and, iu.o nx tures; good chance; sold to highest cash jaO-wcd.th.sit FOR SALE Grocery, meat and provi sion store: wiilseilctieap, no reasonable oi rer relumed; must sell I his week, on 7th st. sw. Address QUICK SALE, this ofrice. ja0-3tem FOR SALE One pair or benches in O st. market; price $250. Apply No. 39 O st. market. ja0-3t FOR SALE A complete cigar store, doing a safe business; owner must sell to leave city; a bargain to some one. Apply to C. F. YODER.0I 5 E st. nw. ja5-3t-eni un is.iiL.fc. want to sen out raore and store fixtures elieap; the reason, I want to go out of business. Call 1901 12th st. nw. lt-em FOR RENT A grocery and meat store. Appiy to i .jd4 aiu. ave. ne. jao-atem tf AXu nun, .1U UUIUIU. iU'lUUUI MUtliU- ing and rooming house; newly fur.: 2 n.oms pay rent and gas: business established; very near B. & P. depot. Pa. ave., 7th st. and city hall. Address N. K., this ofrice. Ja5-3t A i'AHAU, well established grocery store is offered Tor sale on re-count of owner leaving the city; the best location In the. District to make money on small capital. Call 216 3d st. nw. ' ,fn5-3t S7 TO $10 a cay easily made; $150 will buy x-ruy apparatus ind Xluoroscone. I suitable for exhibition purposes or labor atory work: no experience lecpiiied. Call at 1817 th st. nw. "ja5-3t WALL PAPERS We are papering rooms during this season at great reduction; be low our popular price. CHARLES N. evans. k lain sc. sw. jani-7t I.AIlll'.sl .1PvVifitr fn tti!iL inroclmikti,. or speculate without publicity: where there Is protection from absolute lobs; can se cure the address of a lady broker by ad- uressmg tr. j. oa. ttsz. aexu-.-JOt .11 IK lKI M'PIMi iinw.nilm.T' nnH lw.nl. composition at lowest cash rates; new ma terial. ROBT. F, SIMMS, Job Printer. 305 7th st. sw. no26-tf FO R S ALE S UBU RB AN. FOR SALE Country place, 14 acres, on Rock Creek; convenient; bona: and stable; a bargain; also, 6-room brick on D st. nw.. 20x108, only $700 cash. A. J. WHITAKER, 918 F St. ja7-3t FOR SALE riOUSES. FOR SALE A bargain; 7-room frame In Palisadef on the Pot.mac,. for $2,250: worth S3.000; hot and cold water. New 6-room brick, I st. ne., between 4th and 5th: easy terms. Jtoom 63, Ohio National Bank Bldg. ja5-3fc FOR SALE FARMS. FOR SALE Several small Tarms 20 miles rrom Washington on Alexandria and Fredericksburg K. K.; 5-room bouse and out buildings; in good condition. Inquire of J. M. SFRINGliAN. Springman, Va. Ja3-7t FOR SALE BICYCLES. FOR SALE A boy's wheel in good re pair, for $15 it sold in three days; cau be reu .uu oiiu 6t. ne. ja7-ac FOR SALE New ladyia .j96 wheel: good as new; v$30 cash. 4,30 st. ue. iseaicuf oiouei, lor sioes., uxiuies, eio.; bids opened January 1 2, 10:30 a. iu. Come tpuck, or you'll get left. M. C. GRASTY, 1510 7th st nw., assignee of D. R. Neale FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Six .large handsome rooms, with all modern improvements; rent $18: near Printing Office. 300 E st. ne.: apply on premises. Ja7-2t FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms, on second floor, for housekeeping, w ith hot nod cold water; bath adjoining; rent rea sonable. 1709 1 5th Bt. nw. Ja6-2t FOR II KCT Netvlv tllrnlalwxl rruimu. front or rear, allconvenVences; very central; very reasonable. At 627 D st. nw. Ja7-3t- 1' OH KUtlsT Tnree unfurnished communi r'tibur looms, with bath; reference -, 55 K st, no. v. Ja7-3t FOK RENT Unlutnlshed, nice, bright, 2d story front room beat and light, $8 per month. 516 2d st. ne. It jcOR KENT Furnished room, 2d lloor, $7 a month; also front parlor, 1st floor; gentlemen only; private family. 731 Jirh st. nw , it FOR JtENT-509. 2(L.sl. nw.. A. uufur. rooms for iHiMM'Ki-imlii!'- i.n.ir iinil ilcnl. Ja6-3t-pui 'o ,. 1'OK KENT a lovely unrur. pariors; rbt rioor, with heat anil gas; other rooms n second rioor, fur. 509 N. .1. ave. nw. Ja0-3t-ein f.0 r FOR RENT To 1 Ofyi Gentlemen, neatly urnisned room; heat, Ilgnt, use of bath; hoard if desired; refs. exchunged. 824 1st st. nw.: per month, xl r ,i6-4tem Foil JtEN'i Large 'SU-story oacK room, .wuuuwb; morning snijniceiy furnisueu; rxi,, l-uicilt ju House, meats serveii oui. ?23 lnii st. nw. i' iatt'-it 1. 1 . tr m t. ... . . i 'XIML. . .. ... timi'iii.. .-- . ..UU M. VtJ .'ClitlXlllII IIOUU lillll.l- nished rooms; also ondback room; light housekeeping; rent low:. second noor; an conveniences; light and heat. 1608 7th st. nw. r p la-3t FOlt RP.TCT DriA niUhl- r.. fi-i.tii- rif.m- sn'Uibie for two: heat Aim "gas. Apply oi urn sc. nw. . ,i, Ja6-:$t FOR RENT-Ono furiiall roym: rent $4. Apply 110 D st, nwV, J0-36 KOI? If I.! VI' Km.m..l.rl ,... in,n- heat, gas. wun best cuieuuard; a5. 929 9th st. nw. , Ja5-3teta- FOK RENT Single front toom to gentle- iimii, wun ooara. i.-n iiaiivv. .l;ir-.U-ein FOR TtiorcT Kipimii rinir m i iiinriu un furnished: 2 closets; hot water; b.it h; heat In 2 rooms: half block from .ars; south fiont; light housekeeping. OWNER. 629 T St.. nw. jaD-3t ., fok iihi'r:t uniur. rooms, 2u rioor.tor aglit housekeeping 923 L st. nw. Ja4-3t-eui FOR KENT 3 uuiiinusued rooms 'lit Ui9 7th st. nw., 1or $U a month. In quire at l r.ii 7th st. uw. ja4-3tem FOR RLN'I A room, runnshed or jm ruriiished; overlooking R st.; two large windows. 20 Qulncy st. ne. Jal-7t FOR RENT-1014 10th st. nw., nicely furnished rooms, wltli-rurnaee heat. de29-7tem "WANTED ROOMS. WANTED Large room with first-class board for man, wife and child. Address I. N- P., this office. It WANTED By two ladies, two or three unfurnished room, for light housekeeping; In northeast section of city. Address 136 jjuh.h. ave. ne. it lin.l.ui' ... uihui. IUUJII, U& Ul'iiio. also a small house for small family. Ad dress or call H. J. IBACH, No. 948 N. Y. VIlK"l'irll A v. iinlnr ,-..... . ,r...C- ave. nw. WANTED By new dramatic company Tor rehearsals, partly furnished, tnedimn slze room; centrally located. Address, slating terms and particulars, DRAAIATIC, this orrice. Ja6-3t ROOMS AND HOARD. ROOA1 ami board, $3.50 a week; boys, $2.75; no other boarders 1711 1-2 7th st. a w. jaG-:ii-em A CHANCE 'OH A flOOI") 1IOAIE Apply" at 012 Fif teeutli st Mc iMiei'wii rttiuar: nio.si tH.sirubie pai;t. of the city; Becond unci tlilnrtloot'.s, single or en s.uitc: table unit all ai- pollltllU'IlfH IlI'Ht elllSH. lll2(i-tf MTSrELLAN l'.O US. PENSION OFFICE clerk, class one. War JJepl , .wpuld transfer wun clerk, same class, in Pension Orfice. Address Al. C, (.his office. . ..Ltjeni AIRS. Al LEWlh ii,ssage .aid mag netic treatment. r,lK 9t'i st. n w. JaU :tt L TAKE It J or gi anted yon are in Ipve with good butter, ami I will ell you our pounds Tor 1 of the best butter that ver graced anv tables R. B. .YuUNGS, 71; and 77 O st market and 69 Rlggs i:arkct. I'ostm orders piompUy filled ja(-7t i.a , unit uptioiMenn, tuattress m.ik ing done at "voiir hoiue;''n'fV-clas!i Work; ilioimostnl rt.iBwS.lE.'WiBi;RU.'M07Kntn st. nw . . ir " v Ja5-7tom MUO. .1 i. E.& l Lill. HOKj J.'iil(ltUtlllllit, chlropo list. Corns, bunions anil ingrowing u.Uls removed vt'litidnf pain; charges rea sinunie. iJiO lixhMfmrw ja5-4t 11. v Lrvirtc lriiv'.lKiHtijiierj .1111 (Jai.'i olu; books, removed lp-12 9th st. uw. jao-3t ,, . ALL KINDS or cakes, and pier, baked td order on short ntnfte; crullers . 'spe cially, delivered rreIiinilv. AIRS. S. A JOYCE,-224 Norlit qapitol t. j.io-;it SLGNS, olGNa 1 , p.uut tueni cheap.' CHARLES S. WILLIS, 70,S 10th st. nw. JJJ-OL ,-,r t FURNITURE moved. ,$1 a load; drop postal, ROLLINS' EXPRESS, 434 13th st., se. ix. JUO-tt aii&S5..UE vapor liiptlt; magnetic and electric treatment; comncteut, lady assis tant. 702 9th st nw ' de31-7t hi di. . 1 .il "s."!',' 1 . T.r riiuirc .iii.l ti-i... dows, drop us posta"!. DEARDS ifc CO., Olio l) st. ne. deL7-l4t CIIEAi'liST printer on earth. Cotupe lietition defied. PARK. 920 f st. del 9-1 mo HERE'S A TIP -For thirty days 1 will bind your magazines in cloth lor 50c, just to advertise mv work; business cards, 1 5c. per 1.000. G."E. WILLIAMS. 613 7th st. nw. del 8 -tl, em WANTED Furniture moved; largest '4 horse load in theelty, $2.50: 1-norse loids, $1.25; pianos. $2; experienced handlers. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO., 323 4K st. nw 'Phone, 1566. '1 YFU WRITTEN circulars push business; J2 fid nop 5sl .00(1 1111 Er.TfU.FW nrint..r. 816 F st. nw. oc2fj-tf TEEI'H extracted Iree NATIONAL UNI VERSITY DENTAL INFIRMARY, 132S 1 st. nw. Teeth Idled, plates made, and all kinds of crown and bridge work at small charge to covcrcostof material. No charge for examination. Infirmary open lfom 10 a. ra. to 5 p. in. aul8-tf WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED A dairy lunch giiddle- for baking cakes with gas. Address A. B., this 01 lice. Ja7-3t WAN'lJiD A seconu-.'i.iiio light, squ.ire iwx top buggv; must be in good order. Address BUGUY.thisofficc, pi iceand where It can be seen. It-em WANTED At a bargain, one Lemaire or" JJardou field glass; not less 'than 7 diameters., Give pi ice to BARDOU, this office. JaU-2t WAMbu- a. cor fee urn ana mute can 'suitable lor luneu room. COFFEE URN'7 this office.. jno-3t-em nuufiNu, guttering ana spouting, W. U.. G. SIMMONS, 618 II St. nw. no3-tf il luu wautrirst-closs fuiuace, lutrobe, stove ana range work done goto W. 11. G. SIMMONS, 618 K st. nw. no3-tf WANTPTl llroumilnni' "hivm linil nw. feet satistactiou guaranteed in fitting and prices. At 27 E st. ne. se23-tf LOST. LOST Between 1212 S st. and R. I. ave., 011 lltli st., a, black silk shopping, bag, containing a pdeketbook, with a sum of money; also embroidery work, scissors, and thimble. Liberal reward lor return-' ingto 1212 8 st. nw.. It LOST A pair of gold spectacles, irom Center Market to 418 10th st. nw. Reward if returned to AIRS. P0LLE, at above num ber. - It "LOST A male Scotch collie dog: black and tan; one tan spot over each eye; an swers to the name of Collie. Liberal reward if returned to JOSEPH II. FISKE, 905 O st. nw. It Loci ok &10LEN Ofticiai envtlope containing $5 0; name of departiinut stamped ou envelope, with name or owner. Reward. 806 18th st. uw. No questions asked. Ja5-3t LOST On December L6, 1896, near 6th st. passenger station, a small package (vvooden box) containing two large emer alds and five pearls; airunmounted;a very liberal reward will be paid for any Infor mation that will lead io their recoverv. M'DEVITT'S DETECTIVE AGENCY, 637 F Bt. nw. " - Janl-7t MISLAID or lost rr.om- the editorial of rice of this paper, an old hymn book called the "Lyre," with one leaf off; anyone that has the same pleaselx'turn to'this office. de9-tf,etn . A FOtfND. FOUND Key at 13th et. and Pa. ave Call at 812 Al st. nw-rMKS. FORRESTER. It t rjlt ItjTTfT" FOR RA'fiT'.XT.OTS. FOR SALE Two Iarge lots in cen if Woodsidfi Park below? cost. C. H center s.. . ave. nw. ja5s7t FOR SALE OR RENT. - REAU$JSTATE BULLETIN TnOMAS E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F BT. NW. UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE. Lots 20,'Ji and2,sauare 877, be., $1,500. per foot. Eot u, square 090, sw $6 00 Lot 19. snu.-irn :ir. aw 2 00 Cor. 11th ana ll st ni 2 25 pel. ave., B and U sts. sw Md. ave., bet.. "a and loth sts. ne.. North sldo 01 ft .r. . tni 4ili and C.h 2 00 1 00 ne 1 00 tkir. 6th and Ii sts. sw 125 12th st., heu A and is sts. ne l 05 boiith side or K, bet. 3rd uud 4tn sts. no t...- l 00 1 st., ber. 41-2 and oth sis. sw 80 17th st bet. E Cap. and A. sts. se.. 75 Patterson st., bet. N. Cap. nnd 1st.. 50 Part lots 3 and 5, square 959 ne.. 45 Falrvlew, ivy City 25 F.OUR-STORY BRICK. AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. 1113 Alass. ave. nw.,b.lu, 16 rms.. 535,000 1420 20thsi.nw.,b. h.. 12 rms.... 16,000 1733 Jt st. nw.. b. h 12 rms 15,000 1731- R ut. uw., b. h.,12 rms 10,000 467 Atlssoiiriave. nw.,b. h., 13 rms. 10,000 TllREE-STORx BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE 41 5 Wisconsin ave. nw., 17 rms. . $29,700 25,000 U2.500 15,500 12,000 itno 13 01. nw., d. n., 12 rms...... 1309 Ottt si, 11 w., o. n.. Si rms.... 1319 Vt. ave. nw.,b.h.,l3mis 1319 L st. nw., b. h., 13 rms 53 i st. nw., b. h., 14 rms .1707-9 and ll 8th sc. nw., and 3 houses rear 1714 13th st. nw., b. h.,li) rms.... 1 133 11th st. nw., 0. ll., 8 mux 44 M st. nw., b. h., 10 rms 10,500 10,000 9,000 8,600 FOR RENT. HOUSES. 009 14th st. nw., 14rtns $200 00 101 llth st. ue. (fur.). 15 rms.. ..1,500 O0 900 K st. nw., 10 rms 85 00 1736, 1742 and IT 48 F Bt. nw., 10nn8 50 00 211 A st. s'eTH rms 40 00 317 13th St. sw., 11 rms 30 00 206 D St. nw.9 i-jns 30 50 401 E st. nei, TJrtns 20 00 680 ith st. ne., o rms 13 30 725 2d st. sw.. 3-rmb 8 30 STORES, &C. Store, l room and cellar, 433 llth et. nw $75 00 istore and dwg., 1924 E st. and 439 20th st. uw., 10 rms Stable rear 334 C bt. nw 2d floor, 90a F st. nw Store and 1 room, 1st floor; 2 rms. 2d noor, 608 La. ave Store and dwg., 937 Fla. ave. nw., 8 rms Stable rear 1417 K st. nw Store and dwg., 1301 lstsw Stable, rear 495 U st. sw SOirwt w. ... ....... .Jl . t It 0OO0 50 00 30 00 25 00 25 00 16 00 20 00 10 00 ...ji, itm 100 uiii(;uL'u amiL'j... o j.w 3 15 xue .iijove is omv u (onion in 111c proiwrty ou my books. For full list call at office for bulletin issued on the 1st and 15th. THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN. 917 F' ST. NW. de23-tr FOR RKNT HOUSES. ;OR RENT JOHN L. WEAVER, uor. r and Stli sts. 11. vv. 1 elepuone iiih. 1011 R. cor. 17th. 1722 Uth nw.st'ro 23 00 tSJUh nw. 12r.. iU OU 1511 h uw, 10r.... 4 10 1211 Qnw, lOr 4u 00 1'17 1 11 vv, 10r.... 4U to ti.fi) to 047 sth ue, 7r 25 0 Jan. 7 tf now, Hr SlOO 00 I32!INst.iiw.Ilr 63 00 1039 R. Hr. new. IX) 00 1.4.U-U lltli, llr. 5 0J ICOj Vt. av.. lOr. 35 SO 114. loth st. Sr.. 40 60 FOR RENT To nice, colored family, 2 storr and cellar house; mod. imp.; in per fect order; two squares from coioretl mgh school; $21. Address OWNER, care of letter carrier 98. Ja7-4t F'Olt RENT House 1145 1st st. nw., 3 squares nw. of Government Printing Ofrice; 7 rooms and cellar; hot and colu water; all mod. imp. OWNER, 1113 S st. nw. j. 1 -ii. J fc lkl.ll i .. U. IU -5.U IIIIDL. 1... -V..v Callan St., 6-room brick, with bathroom, u.ili, hot and cold water: house In good con dition; $15 per month; key at grocery op posite. G. T. YODER, 61 5 E st. nw. !..". "II...., Kllll I... v'r v.. lllluTllifl ,.0 rvirmtr Jt." ."mill J1 OR RENT Stole and dwelling com bined: corner i..f New Jerev ave. and 4th and O sts. nw.. $12.20: also stable in rear of 442 Franklin St.. $.",. . jao-3t FOR K1.M-JJU a st. se., IO rooms and bath: large yard and stable: $45 per mo.; 1841 12th st. uw.; 6 rooms; all mod. imps.: $22.81 per 1110. A. E. U. MID 1U.ETON, 1339 F st. nw Ja4-3t,em v.v 1.1... 1 3l.- til 1UI1I11 11.I111U LUllUk, In Brooklaud; two blocks from cars: moiF ern iimtroveii.euts; terms low. Inquire I. S. HOLLIDGE, care Saks & Co. tf I?l I I? I l" -fl'- o. ...... .-..... .......... .........0... PERSONAL. iTFI "Sr Tells yout name. ac. occupation and your very thoughts, and just what you want to know; tells about business deals, law suits, love affairs, courtship, inarriuge, lost or stolen property, family troubles, friends and enemies, reunites separated hus bands and wives, sweethearts, etc.; brings troubles and qtiarreUall right, causesspeedy marriage with the one you love, removes spells, causes good luck, cures drunkenness and other faults. Prof. Haiee Is acknowl edged by press and people aa the greatest in the profession, lis has hundreds of let ters testifying to his great and marvelous power. So call at once and bc convinced, and don't waste time and money in visit ing so-called mediums that are In the town at present. Office hours, 9 a. in. to 9 p. ns. da My. Fees: Card reading, 3 cents; palm ist!'.. 50 cents; clairvoyant, $1. Satis-ractit-r guaranteed. Parlors, 925 H st. nw. s, ilc22-lm Dr. Leatherman, Medical and Mirgical specialist, Treats all Forms or Private Diseases. Blood DUmum, MrifUtre, 61in lisi'inf, Hydrocele, Illndtler Diseases, Varicocele, Kidney Diseases, Impotencr, sprcinl liisenses. Syphilitic IMsease. Advice and Consultation 1 ree. Holh sexes. Homs. U 10 12, 2 to a. Tucs.. Thurs. and Sat. evening-, 7 to b. No. 0.3 F uw. (Clme t Suu-d-vs.) CONSULTATION free. H. D. GORDON, iavvver, 91b F st. nw. It JUST armed in this city; vi,it Madame Lorno and have jour rortuue told; you will be surprised! SOc. 21061 st.bw. dolO-eiid-lm Xv.'U ji.i1 l.ave s.eii iuv oki ear out, but yoa will find us always in, and never out or a tine lot of custom-made suits and ccats, nearly new. at prices to suit you. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 I) St. hvr. Ja3-7t A1A1E. TI1EO, MEDlUAl. Scientific palmist and card reader; know jour fate and routine; open dailv. German spoken. 25c. and 50c. 92u 11 st. nw. jiio-l mo A1ME. FRANCIS will not tax you with a long lingo of impossibilities that cannot be done, tut all in trouble call and be helped at once by one that can guarantee satis faction: life from cradle to grave; cards. 25 cents; trance, 50 cents; hours, 10 to 9. 302 Bast Capitol si. ja5-lwk PROF. CLAY, Medium, tells business, love affairs, losses, etc.. cradle to grave, for 50c; reunites separated husbands, wives, .swt'fcthearcs or friends: causes" speedy marriages: remores spells: bad luck; all tiouble: 10 to 10 daily. 489 H st. sw. del2-lmo DR. CZARRA'S, NO CURE, NO FAY. No. 619 Pa. Are. N. XV.. nsliingion. D. C. Specialist in chronic and private diseases, Piles, tstneture, Hydrocele, Gout, Catarrh. Dyspepsia, Blood J'oision cured. Vitality le stored. Consultation tree and confidential to both sexes. Daily, 9 to 12, 3 to 6. OUR greatest medium and spiritual moth er, DK. MARY GORDON, tells you all things and prescribes a proper remedy for your troubles; consult this girted lady be fore it is too 'late. Now at 529 13th st .11 w. no7 tf DR. TAYLOR, 906 F st. nw., makes rull sets of teeth for $5; satisfaction guar anteed; teeth extracted without pain; gold filling, $l; amalgam. 50c; extracting free when plates are made. Jela-tf LADIES needing confidential treatment, a sure and safe relief In ail woman's com plaints and irregularities. Gold medal awarded ror the science of obstetrics rrom the University of Alunich, Bavaria. Strict ly conridenUal. MRS. DR. RENNER, No 8 Seventh st. ue., near E. Cap. st., Wash ington, D. C. EDUCATIONAL. flT fT A NT o.wl Q.vniiU.Iv,nnH 0 . c .1I evening classes; rapWl, practical method. uaii (iHriiiuuuA, uu 1 j: nu. j.u SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION, No. 105 D St. se. Jilocution, rnetonc, pnysicat cul ture. . jao-7t-cm THORALD JER1CHAU, Ph. B., Royal University of Copenhagen, will receive pu-' FIAK0. qylTAR, PAINTINGandDRAW. ING les86nk,'py a successful teavfacr of 12 years expeHfeai:?. MISS DABNEY. 1012 13th 8t.1flWi'. Y de21-lmem Clairvoyant pus on imuuu. uiniiu, nieory ana compost tfpn; studio, Droop's Music Store. Apply Droop's or Ellis' Music Houses. 925 and usi . c. . aco-ti AT l'UK AilAlAlCJAl COST. RAILROADS. WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY. From Station, 13th St,&ja. Ave. For Alexandria. 6:40, 7.d3'7:35, ex.; 10:n0. "li'Hii. ti r.i n". nY "Dally. No express Sundays. F'or Alount Vernon, Riverside and way stations, "6:40, 10:05 a.ni., 12:05, 2:05, "4:15 p. in. "Daily, extra Sunday at 11 a. m. For Arlington, hourly from 8 a. jn. to 8 p. 111. Ja6-tr,em FOIl SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Portable oven, good con dition, $20; also 19 $1 -tickets tor electric baths (Reld's massage), $5. X. It., this orrice. Ja7-3t FOR SaLE Cheap; horse, buggy and harness; good driver, no further use ror same; cm trotinthreeondone-hjdf minutes. Apply 931 La.iive.nvr. JaTt FOR SALE Encyclopedia Brltannica, Scribner's edition, rine set, 25 vols. HAY HEN'S BOOK STORE, 1212 F at. nw. Ja7-3t FOR SALE A good large corree grinder; suitable ror grocery store. At 46" Ridge st. nw. Ja6-3t-em FOK ortiib-L;rL to ou soul utitfdp; Iirst class trap, phaeton and rockaway. CAR RIAGE WORKS, New York ave . net. 4th and btn sts. nw. Ja6-3t FOR SALE Hack, horses and harness at a sacrifice; hacks Cunningham make;, no reasonable orfer refused. H. A. M., this ofrice. Ja6-3t FOR SALE Horse, coal cart and har ness: cheap. 413 1 st. nw. Ja0-3t FAMILY bread baking; corner oth and K Bts. sw. Ja6-4t FOR S ALE A bargain toinunediate pur chaser, a 7-oita'g Ctiickering Piano, in first-elasd condition: can be seen at 21 fi N st.nw.beforel 1 orart'T6. "Jao-St-ein FOR SALE Chean. a small, second- hand safe. Apply 8O0 11 ne. ja5-3t-em FOR hAL.K-All the U. . Oovernment PuiMicuious at lowest prices. HA YUEN'S BOOK STORE. 1 212 Frst. nw. Ja5-7tem FOR SALE Chean. good nayinir oyster and lunch house: reason for selling, poor health. Apply at 1131 7th st- nw. ja.-3t FOR SALE Base-buruer parlor stove; also about 100 feet iron fence. C. S. KEN FIELD. 1416 N. Y. ave Ja5-3t FOR SALE Perfectly sound 7-year-old mare: city broke; good driver and .vaddler. P. P.. this office Ja5-3t FOR" SALEPhotograph car: can be used for business or dwelling; In three de partments: moved without expense: bar gain to one owning lot: or partner In busi ness. Address CAR. this office- Ja5-3C FOR SALE Marble-top counter; 26 feet long. Tor lunchroom: in fir-t-Hass con dition. Canbeseenat44 Hst.nw. Ia5-3t FOR SALE A good, sound Tiorfc hore. 623 23d St. nw. Ja4-6tcm FOR SALE OR HIRE Horses, wagons, buggies, carnages, harness and sleighs at panic prices: also 3 coupe rockaways, 2 coupes, 2 broughams. 1 tandem. lot sleighs, belonging to other parties, that we are or dered to sell at once; no reasonable otfer rerused. 927 D 6t- nw. "Phone 261. de22-tr-em ilOAKl WAA'IKllANU lOi.OAA. TO LOAN $3,000 at 6 per cent on first mortgage city property; direct from lender. B. L., this oriice. ja4-3tem nSo.uoo At 5 per cent, to Joan on im proved property; prompt attention given to applications. TIA1ES REAL ESTATE BU REAU. 10th and Fa. ave. nw. ttfc want l.oou borrowers who desire rrom $50 to $lO,000each on stocks, bonds, trusts, loaf association certificates, ware house receipts and liTe ir tontine policies In old-line companies: nodei.iv; in, chattel mortgages taken. YERKES Jc" BAKER, 40 to 46 .Metzerttt uing.. liiu F st. nw. MoNr.i ioLOA: Large Minis at Sand 5 1-2 per cent on D. C. real estate. $230, oOO, $750. etc., at 6 per cent; all trans actions conducted witn economical con sideration nr borrowers. WM. H. SACN DLRS vV CO .1407 F st nw. jurS WANTED HOI SbS. WANTED For grocer v busineas, Louse and store, with statile: nw. only, give mil particulars bv letter, as I menu business-. Box 34, Kensington, Md. ja7-6t ViAM'r.11 l'o buy a mi. 0.11 1 t.-s. ,u South Washington ror cash. WSDtJKF 11ENMNU. 13t6 4 l-'J sf. "sw ja't-lw . i ait.e a Hum '-i' 01 iij.u. aius for houses renting from $20 to $35 j.er month; 'e:.fl us description of ycur vacant house, and vou will bc surprised Iu w quick we will .llt it. HAILS lth.AL. ljLVifi W.JUUL" tr POSTOFFICE NOTICE. Should be read daily by all interested, as changes may occur at anytime. l'o reign mails for the week ending January 9. 1897, clo.se promptly at this orrice as follows: Trans-Atlantic Malls. FRIDAY (b)At 7:o p. m. for France. Switzerland, Italy. Spam. Portugal. Tur kev, Egvpt and Pntish India, per s. s- La Normamlie," Trom New York, via Havre. Letters for other parts or Europe must De directed "per La Norraandie." (b)At 9 20 p. m- Tor Europe, per s. s Aurania." from New York, via Quecnstown. (c)At 10 55 p. m. for Genoa, per s s. Kaier Wilhelm II, from New York. Letters must be di rected "per Kaiser Wilhelm II." (cAt 10:55 p. m. for Netherlands direct, per s s. Obdam, from New York, via Rotterdam. Letters must be directed "per Obdam." (OAt 10-35 p. m. for Scotland direct, per s. s.Furne.ssia.from New York, via (Jlasgow. Letters must be directed "per Furnessia." (c)At 10:55p.m. forNorway direct, pers.s. Island, from New York. Letters must be directed "per Island." "PRINTED MATTER. ETC. The German steamers sailing from New York on Tues dav.s, Tlitirsdavs and Saturdays take print ed "matter, etc.. for Germany, and specially addressed printed matter, etc. for other parts or Europe. White Star steamers sailinj.' Tror-i New York on Wednesdays take specially ad dress"d printed matter, etc.. for Europe. American Cunard and French Line steam ers sailing from New York take printed matter, etc, for all countries Tor which they are advertised to carry mail. Mails for Sonth and Central Amer ica. West Indies, Etc. FRIDAY (c)At 10 55 p. in., for Ber muda, per s. s. Trinidad, rrom New York. tc)At 10:5." p. in., for Jamaica. Cartha geuu, and Savanllla, per s. s Athos, from New lork. Letters for Costa Rica must be directed "per Athos. ' ic).t 10.55 p. m.. Tor Campeche. Chiapas Tabasco and Yucatan, per s. s. Seguranca, from New York. Letters for other parts of Mexico must be directed "per Seguranca. IciAt 10:55 p. m. for Haiti, Cuiiiana and Catnpana per s. s. Prince Willeni III rrom New York. Letters for other parts or Venezuela. Curacao, Trinidad. Bntish and Dutch Guiana must he directed "per Prince Willeni III." (OAt 10.55 p. 111 , ror Newfoundland, per s. s. Portia, from New York. SATLBDAY nut 7 20 p. ni , for Pro gresso, per s. s. Habana, from New York. Letters ror other Darts of Mexico must be directed "per Habana. SUNDAY (d)At 3:20 p. m., for St. J'ierre-Aliquelou, per steamer from Hall Tax. Mails for Newfoundland, by rail to Hali fax, and -neiic- -ih steamer, close at tuts orfice dally at 12:05 p- m.(d) Alallsfor Miquelon, by rail to Boston, and t Hence via .steamer, close here daily at 3:20 p. m-(a) Alails for Cuba close here dally at 3 p. in- for forwarding via steamers sailing iondays auu Thursdays from Fort Tampa. F'la. Mails ror Mexico overland (except those ror Campeche, Chiapas, Tabasco. and Yuca tan, and Progresso, whici will be held rrom the overland dispatch after 7:10 a. m. Wedneday-for disna'c i bv steamers sailing from New York, as above indicated), close Here daily at 7:10 a. m.(d) Trnn.s-1'acifle Mails. Mails- for China and Japan, per s. ?. Ta coina. from Tncoma. Nose here daily up to 6:30 p. m., January 9.(1) Alails lor Oiutirt, Janan and Haw til. per s. e. Coptic, from San Francisco, close Hen- datiy up to 6:30 p ie., January 10.(d) Mails Tor Hawaii, pers. 3. Australia, from Son Francisco, dose here daily up to 6:30 p. m., January 20.(d) Alans ror emu and Japan, p.viniiy nt. dressed only, per s. s. Empress t,r Japan, .rrom Vancouer, close here lUily jp to 6:30 p. m., January 25.(d) Malls for the Society island, ,.tr ship City of I'apciti, from San F'r.ia 'isco, close here dailv up to6:.5) p. -n.. Tauu.try i:5.(D Trans-racific mall3 are f jrwarded to the port of sailing daily, and the schedule of closing Is arranged on the iiresiimptlou of their -uninterrupted overland transit. (a)Reglstered mall closes-at 10:00 a. m. same day. . (b)Registcred mall cIosvtJ aP 100 p. m. same day. . . (c)Regfstered mall closes Ut" 6:00 p. m. sameday. .,- , , (dJReglstercd mall closesit 6:00 p. m. previous day. lelRegistered mall closes at 1:00 p. m. Tuesdays and Saturdays. JAMES F, WILLKTT, Postmasters o.uu.o.ou. e&., y;uw, u.oy xu.uu, u., "11:00, 11:45 a. m., -12:t)3, ex.". 12:30, "1:15. 1:45, 205, ex.; 2:40, "3:30, 4:00 ex.; "4:15, ex.; 4:45, "5:00, 5:20. ex.; ri:40"fi:nn. R-?n 'v-nii --nn o-nn. ( BATLROADS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STREETS. In Effect November 15, 1800. '?.(i'lV' ' week days. PI1 latltKu X 1 KESS Parlor and Dining Cars, Harria burg to Pittsburg-. 10.50 A. Al PENNS YLVANIA LIMITED i ullmait Sleeping. Dining, a mokliig and Observation Curs, Ilarrisburg to Chicago, Cincinnati, IndiaiiapoUs, St. Louis, Lleve i.ind aim 'loledo. Bufret Parlor Car to Harris burg. 10.50 A. Jl. FAST LINE Pullman Buffel! I arlor Car to Ilarrisburg Buf let Parior r,iI5fF1-sburK to Pittsburg. 3.40 p. 3j. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS tn 1'IrI"S3-rI'uIIman Buffet Parlor Car .,i?rnJ,lmr- Sleeping and Dming v-ars Harrisburg to St. Louis. Clncumati, Louisville ?nd Chicago. "nToi t,,- .WESTERN EXPRESS Pull .? ?,'wI?nK Car to Pittsburg. Chicago t-s? tours' to Clve,a,u-VimDs 7"pM,:.AS9.a'i'?uWESTERN EXPRESS PltVom?.. blccnf5 -rs WaaMiiglon to in.i ril& aml Jrrisborg to au Louis IO 40 V.10?11?"- D'nlng Car. nmn V, M". PACIFIC EXPRESS-PuII- 7 5? JccI'i"S t.ar to PIttaburg. 'tuL ,.V r-J''rR-ane,Cauanuaigua. Roches day? msara Falls daily, except Suo- 1 "s?,H..A.ur- rPr Elmira and Renovo daily, except Sunday. For Locfc Haven week P. M?" ""amsport Sundays, 3:40 'rh.tK; - rr Wllliamsport. Rochester. ?.. anU MaKara Falls Uily. except iaturdH,with Bleeping Car Washington iri jUoPVt,8k,u Bridge, via Buffalo. tit 0 for Ere. Canaudaigua.Roches . Bufralo, and Niagara Falls daily, pWJK Car Washington to Ehnlra. FOR PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK AND THE EAST. 4'?5pI,P,-"- "CONGRESSIONAL LIAI 1 JED, daily all Parlor Cars, with Din ing tar from Baltimore. Regular at 7.00 JDming Car), a.00, 9.00, 10.00 (Dining X?,r,l.ana 1L.00 (Dining Car from WU njington) A. M.. 12.45,3.15, 4.20, 6:50, 10 00 ami 11.35 p. 0n Sun,iay, 7.00 JDJnlng Car) 8.00. 9.00.11.00 (Dining ,.."?."! Wilmington! A M.. 1 2.15, 3.1 5, i.-.V' K50? 10-00 ami 11 35 P M. For J hlladclnhUi only. Fast Expresn.7.50 A. M week-days. Express, 12.15 P. M. iveek-days, 2.01 and 5.40 P. M. ilady. tor Boston, without change. 7 5U A. M. ..eek;Jlays. and 3.15 P. it. dady. Jf Atlantic City (via Delaware River l- zjn."Htf all-ran route). 3.15 p m dally. orlfdltmore.O 25. 7 00.7 50.8 00.9.00; 10 Oil, 10.0O. 11 00. and 11.50 a. m., A"".1.5'.1--45' -01' 3-15 3-40 4-00 "ra ited). 4 20. 4.36. 5.40, 6 15. 6.5(1; 7.10. lO.OO, 10.40. 11.15. and 11 35 p. m. On Sunday, 7 00, 8.00.9.00, 9.05. 10.50; I,1,0,0 a.m.. 126.96.36.199.2.01,188.8.131.52; . (;1.00 limited), 4.20, 5.40. 6.15, 6.50. ..IO, 10.no. 10.40. and 11 35 p. m r orPope's Creek Line. 7.50 a ra. and 4.36 p. m. daily, except Sunday. For AnnapyUs. 7.U0. 9.HO A. AL. 12.15 and 4.20 p ii daily, except Snnday. Sundays, 9.00 A. M. and 4.20 p. M. Aya"t!V. Ciiast Line Express, 4.30 A. M., 3.46 P. M da'ly: Richmond on!, 10. 5 A. AI. week days: Atlanta SprciaL via Richmond and Sealoard Air Line-. 8.40 l - 1-daily. Accoron-odation forQuan tlco. 4 4u A M. dady, and 4 25 P. M. week days. Ticket orrices. corner Fifteenth and G streets, and at the station. Sixth and B streets, where orders can be left for check ing or t-stggnge to destination from hotels and residences. a IhVRiiS.J?J2.eraI Passenger Agent. 8. AL PREVOST. General Jfanager. ALTIMORE o AND OHi RAILROAD. Schedule in effec: December 7. I?nR Leave Washington rrorr. stctlon corner ot t.- VZ, JerseJ" avenue and U street. t. .r. Shjcago and Northwest. Vcstibuled Umtted trains. 10 00 a. m.. 8.05 p. m. -r-,"F,Cl,nc,lDJ,ati'St Louis and Indianapolis. VesUbuIed Limited. 310 p m.; express. 11 30 p m. - rtnnVr in Aburc ana. Cleveland, expreaa nallj. 10.00 a, m and 8 50 p. in. .FoJ Winchester and way stations. 10 a. in. to. 30 p. m. For New Orleans, Aremphls. Birmingham. chattano.g-a. KnoxvUie. Bristol and J.oain..e, 0 CO p. xu daily, bieepmg CarJ throiig.1 For Luray. 3 40 p. m. dally. xli.50pm andxl2.01 nignr."" Snndaya, x. u, xi.io, 30. X9 00 a. m .xl2.t5. X1.3o, 1 00. X3 00, 3.25, 4 40. X5.05. X5 15. 6 30, Xb Oil. x& 20. 11.15. X11.BU p. m.. X12.01 night. For AnuaiKhs,7.I0 and8 30 a. m.. 12.10 and 4-36 p. in, Sundays, 8 30 11.n1. 4.40 p. m. .For Frederick, week days. 7.35 a, m.. 12.00 noon, 4.30, 5.30 p. in. Sundaya! i:15 p. m- Forliaserstown, tlO 00 a m and :5:30 p. m. For Boyu and way points, week days. 7.35 a. m., 4 30, CdO. 7.03 p. in. aual days, 1.15. 7.05 p. m. For Gaithersburg and way polnta, wee? llaya, 7.35. 9.00 a. ra.. 12.50. 3.15, 4:31? 4.XJ. 5.30, 7.05, 11.40 n ru. Sundays. 9.00 a. ru., 1A5, 4.50. 7 Oo, 10 15 p. m. For Washington Junction and way points. 7.35 a. m.. 4.30. 5 30 p. m. vcek dasa. 1.15 p. m. Sundays. For Cape May. IO a. m.. 12 nn-sir v ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW YC X AND PHILAHELPHLA.: All trains liiuiiiiuteu ,vun 1 uikstn Ug&t. For 1'hiiadelpnla. New Yurk. Puston. and the East, week days. 8.00, 110.00 a. m. Dining Car). 12.00.1 12.35 Dining Carj.3.00. 15.05 Dining Car), (12.01 night; Sleeping Car open at 10 00 o'clock), Sundays, l&.OU a. m. Dining Car), (1 2.33 Dining Car). 3.00. i5 05 Dining car', 12 01 night, deeping car open ten o'clock. Additional trains roc 1 hiladeiplua. week days. 7 05 a. w., daily. 8.00 p. in. Buftet Parlor Cars on all day trains. For Atlantic City, 10-00 a. m., 12.09 coon, and 12-33 p. m. week days. 12.33 p. m. Sundays. Except a utiday "Dally. xExpres3 trains. Baggage called for and checked from, noteis and residences by Union Transfer en. on orders left at ticket offices. 619 I Pennsylvania avenue n- w.. New Yorlc avenue anil ruiecm-u .street, ana at uepoc-WM-M. GREEN. CHAS.O SCULL. Gen- Manager. Gen. Paas. Agfc SOUTHERN RAILWAY. (Piedmont Air Line.) (Scncduleln effect December 1.1896.) All tratus arrive and leave Pennsylvania Passenger Station. a. m. Daily, local ror Danville. Char lotte and way stations, connects at Manas sas for Strasburg, Harrisonburg and way stations, daily, except Sunday, and at L.ynchburg wun the Norfolk and AVest prn flail v. and with the Chesaoeake ami ! Ohio, daily, for the Natuial Bridge, and Lexington. 11 13 a.m. Dally, the UNITED STATES FST MAIL.carrIesPullman Burret Siem ens. New Yorkar.d Washington to Jackson ville. unlUng at Salisbury with Pmiman Sleeper tor Asheville and Hot Springs, N. L.. Knoxville and Chattanooga. Tenn., and at Charlotte with Pullman Sleeper for Augusta: Pullman Buffet Sleeper. Washing ton to Galveston. Tex., via Alontgomery. New Orleans and Houston, and Pullman Sleeper. New York to Atlanta. Solid train Wasnlcgton to New Orleans wltbooc ennnge- Sunset personally conducted tour ist excursion through slcaper on this train evcrj Saturday to San 1 rancisco, wit&cus 4 01 p .m. Local Tor Front Royal, stras Lufg and Harrisonburg, daily, except Sun day. 4:51 p. m- Dally, local Tor Charlottea- 10-A3 n. m. Dally. WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN. VESTIBULED. LIM ITED, composed of Pullman VesUbuIed sleepers, dining cars and day coaches. Pullman Sleepers New York to AshevUle and Hot Springs, Nr C; New York to Tampa, via Hiariotte. Columbia. Savannah and Jacksonville, and New York to Mem phis via Birmingham. New York to New Orleans.vla Atlanta andMontgomery. Ves UbuIed d.iv coach Washington to Atlanta, Southern Railway dining car, Greensboro to Montgomery. TK.ll s ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO DIVISION leave Washington 9 01 a. m- Herndon. Returning, arrive at Washing . ton 8 26 a. m. an j.C'O p- ni oauy.rrora ; Rocnd Hill, and 7 06 a. m. dady, exceps buuuay. irom uciuuuu, unn c- o a, xa. daily, except Sunday, from Leesburg. Through trams from the houth arrive at Washington 6:42 a m ,- Oji m .and 9:40 p.m. daily. Alanassas division. 12:40 p. m. daily, except Sunday, and j.3u a m., dally, rrom Charlottesville. Tickets, sleeping car reservation and In formation furnished at offices, 511 rnd 1300 Pennsylvania avenne and at Pennsyl vania Railroad Passenger Station. W.U. UKEKN, Gen. upt. J. M. CLL.i,'lrafUc Alauaer. w. A. TLHK,, Gen. 1'asM. Agent. L- S. Ufouti, Gen. Act. Pass. Depc. FOK HUtEV FOR HIRE Full dress suits, $1 only. J. LuiISc'iibN.ny-i itiisi.nw ite2j-tC . run uut. lo urummers aud business men, horse and Iniggy or Dayton. $1.50 and $2 per day. Apply to the KiiX. STA BLES, rear .Oitv E st. nw.; telephone call, 10. myio-tr fui iMiiimor, v. eeK ciays. & 00. 6.30. ,'.. .f'.x'-10' ? 0' b 30, x9 30.xl0.00. Xl2 0ua m ,xl2 05.1.1 0,xl.3o.x3.00. 3J?.' X-3B. 40, X5.05, x5 15. X5.30. daily and 4wp m. uaiij. except Hun day, and 6 23 p m-, fc-tlnday only, for Round Hill. 4 32 p m daily, except Sun day, for Leesburg,and 6 2. p. m. daily lor . '?WV- n4j,) - T "