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THE MOBSTESTG TIMES, 3TBIDAY, JTAUAHY 8, 1897.
AUCTION SALES. M. B. LATIMER & 00., AUCTIONEERS. Xtogul.-ir Sale Jit oar AUCTION' BOOMS G14 1STIX ST., Saturday, Jan. 9th, 1897, Coimucuciug at 1) o'clock. FINE FURNITURE And a large lot of GROCERIES. JiO LIMIT.. Jar. f. 9-m WANTEDMISCELLANEOUS. WANTKI. Large cabine miaker's or Car penter 8 tOOl CllCSt. W- 11., this olftcc. JaS-:tt WANTED Small Job J'rliiuns pnvsK; must be cheap for cash; give description. LARK1N. ttils office. jJb-dt ' WANTED Desks and office rurmtiirc. Address HENRY HAMILTON, 618 3d st. t, 3aS-3t " WANTED A largo sccouu-liouo lange. 1428 N. X- avc niv. lt-eni "WANTED A dairy lunch griddle Tor baking cakes with gas. Address A. B., tins olfice. jai-Jt, VNTU At a bargain, one Lcmoire fir ilarJou field glass, uot less tliull 7 diameters. Give price to HAEDOU. this oltlec. Jn0-2t nlfu-e. HAAJiiU- a eoiseo urn una mute can suitable lor luncn room COFFEE URN, JaO-31-eill iri VyyriKO, iniuemig ana MX'Uiing. W. i .. ..... 1.--.2 i!lw L' tt lilt tlfiM.t f "if lot want iirst-clUAti furnace, latrobe, stove and ramie work done go to W. U. G. BIMMONS, 018 K St. nw. r.o3-tf WANTED Dressmaking, cheap and per reci iUsfacUou guaranteed id tilting and prices. At 227 E si uc. n-..3-tr FO R S ALE S UB DJRB AN. FOR SALE Country place, 14.icres.on Bock Creek; convenient, const: and Mable; a bargain; also, 6-room brick on D st. nw.. 20x108, only $700 cash. A. J. WHITAKER, 918 F St. Jn7-3t NO MORE LOVE LOST. Two Applications for Divorce Filed in the District. Mrs. Elizabeth Dee, by Campbell Carring tou, lier attorney, "Wednesday Hied a liill for divorce from William Dee, to whom she was married December 4, 1895, in ttiis city. The defendant is charged -with being an habitual drunkard and having cruelly assaulted his wire. She says tiiat while liviiiK at No. 32.1 Missouri avenue northwest, last February! he whipped her with a whip, and that later he attempted to assault her while walking one day on Pennsylvania a venue, for which he was convicted in the police court and cntcnccd to fifteen days in Jail. A suit for divorce was filed yesterday by Amelia Markward against George C. Markward. Messrs. Williamson and Smith appear for the plaintiff- The par tics were married February 25, 1891, and the petitioner charges that her husband began to Heather cruelly six iiionthsaftcr ward. She says he has ortcn come into her presence armed with a razor, hatchet and ax. and has threatened to take her life. It is alleged that in May, 1894, the de fendant attempted to throw the plaintiff's little daughter, Daisy Odenwald, a child Vy a former husband, out of a second ary doorway. The opportune intervention of the mother raved the life or the child, which is a cripple, and only eleven years old. Mrs. Markward says she lias two children, whom she supports herself. The court is asked to enjoin the husband from visiting the home of his wire, at 121J H street north east. INSPECTORS OF STEEL. Naval Constructor Dasliiellltules as to Eligible Civilians. Naval Constructor Dashiell has been charged with the examination or can in flates for the new civilian inspectorships of steel for the ships under construction, md his first act was to rule that the list of eligibles may include men who have been in the employ or the contractors fur nishing steel to the navy. About seventy-five applications for these positions have been received, and the men will he examined from day to day, as they present themselves, until about twenty have qualified. These will be employed immediately, and those who subsequently pass the examination will be carried on u reserve list for future employment. The special steel board returned from Philadelphia today with samples which they took from the plating or the battleship Ala bama, which they will test at Norfolk. MAY BE BAD FOR DEG&E. Defanltinj; Postmaster Liliely to lie Summarily Dealt With. Postmaster General "Wilson has not yet received the report or the inspector con cerning the shortage of Postmaster W. W. Dcgge, at Norfolk, Va.;his only information about the matter is what he hasread in the newspapers. The case, however, is similar in every detail to that of the late Postmaster Ar mour, of Memphis, who was recently found short in Ids accounts, but made good the shortage and his bondsmen took charge of the office pending another appoint ment. At the time this occurred Postmaster General Wilson said that any postmaster found delinquent would be summarily dealt with. TAMXNOSIAN LOST HIS CASE. Sued n I.ady for Payment for Ser vices its II en tins a House. Ezekiel Tamir.osian, who will be remem Ijered on account of the notoriety he gained In the jolice court some time ago when charged with the larceny of a gold crown fiom the office of an uptown dentist, brought suit yesterday lefore Justice or the Peace Scott against Miss Grace J'oUerfirld for 25 for alleged services performed in connection with the renting or the house, No. 1014 Massachusetts avenue. Tamlnosian says that Miss rotterficld, who then lived in Frederick, Md., wanted to move to this city. Being unable herself to rind a suitable house she asked him to come here and look around for her. Tam-lno.-ian, who was then in Philadelphia, was promised his expenses, which were not to exceed $10. Tiiese were shown to have been paid bya receiptprodiiccdbythe defcndant.butTamlnosian.lahis complaint, claimed an additional $25. Witnesses for the defense testified that the plaintiff had persuaded Miss Potter field to move to this city, promising if Bhe would do so that he would rent an apartment from her for the term of three years. He stayed there only thirty days and then for some reason, not shown in thetestimou y, left. This suit was the out come. A verdict for the defendant was given, Judge Scott holding that no evidence had been produced to show that- any considera tion other than expenses was involved. Counsel for the defense promised some In teresting revelations in regard to some pre vious dealings and acts of the plaintiff, but these were ruled out by Judge Scott. Money to Loan. "We give this branch of our business special attention. C per cent money al ways on hand for security that Justifies that rate. Herroa & Haincy, Ohio National Bonk Building. jaG-lnio HELP WAKTKD-MALE WANTKD Boy to wait on table and do general housework; must unueroiand his nurlncss; wages, $2 per week and board. 401 4th st. nw. It WANTED A country boy co help ou a dairv farm: good home. Apply to CLAUA ROlllNSON. Brlghtwood. D. C. It wanted A man or intelligence, grit and nerve to make a thirty-foot leap from the buck of a horse in midair, whose im petus carries him into a tixty-foot chasm, from over which a biidge has been de stroyed: must be an acroliat; apply by letter only. STAGE MANAGER, Bunion's Suporba, New National Theater. Jilt.- 1 1 W't-fUIS WANTED Canvassers Tor article; sells at .sfgi.t: SI. 50 per day. Address MANU- j.-vv. a mnj. una oince. jao-oc AA'I h II I lit !.. ... i., - i r..M tki Kition ortrust; must furnish $7Gand be will ing to travel; good .salary and interest pail; monev Mjcured. Address Box9G,thlsoffiee. W A Ml ED Colored boy to drive horse e,AiitiiifeJJL",,seir "Refill: S2 per week. SCHROT BROS., 113 4-12 St. nw. lt.em t a. riiu A man or youth to introduce a new match; selling them trom house to itoUM: a di.llar a day can be made with :UCOc-. Investment AMERICAN MATCH" V"- '-i Mi st. nw. Ja-:t WainTIv'U uiiiiu ;i tenia ioi uoou-i.iii.jr i-usiliess. 627 D st. nw. Ja0-3t yA:n.,u ;i good men, at once. Apply bet. fi .and 7 p. m., or by 8 n. m. . a. jjj.r,&, jjib u m. nw. ic-em HELP WASTED-KEMALE. WANTED 2 white girls; good home. G31 F nw. It WANTED A neat, clean girl to do general housework. Apply oet. lo and 1Z o'clock. 143a L. st. nw. it "WANTED A lady pension clerk. Ad dress. suiting experience and wages, l'EN- i vj , tins oincc. it- W A 1VI !l.a uill lit o.tlri.il tfitittiii fif general housework; must stay at night; with good recomiijeudution. 1945 Vermont avc. u w. It WAATJiu loung lauy ior orricc work: one wlio can leave citv; state age and experience. Address S. n., tian ollice. It WAATlili A nice.cliergeiit. ..iii-ijjiiov-maid. Call alter 1 o clock, 2:10 c st. nw. It ain iM-.ti uennuu giriior generaUiouse work: two in fumily; $15. U14 i:uii st, nw. it u ATsiD uoioreu cnamiieriuaia ami waitress; also competent cook. 014 13th St. nw. it WANTED Wiute cook, $20; also com lwtent white chambermaid. 014 13th st. nw. it WAMiin-baaj' for a position requir ing close attention 0 hour.s daily; no for mer experience necessary ir industrious; salary. 8 weekly. Apply 10 a. in. FINLEX CO., GOG k' st. nw. Take elevator. ' Jt-i.-m WANTED Colored girl to nurse a child" . ears 010. loai) 11m sl. nw. it.eni W A JV"l,l' M A 'VX7..iifl. rr rir li'ituli unil iron; must ha e rer.; stay nights. Inquire 509 E st. nw. lt.em WANTED A young lady with" soiiie knowiedgi? of bookeeping. Address, stat ing salary and experience, Box 100, this ollice. lt.em WANTED Immediately. 3 first-cla&s waist hands. Call 1114 U st. nw. Ja7ni RELIABLE SERVANTS furnisiied free; send iioMal. CAPITAL BUREAU, 441 u M. ja7-3t WANTKD A reliable while woman for general housework in a family oi two; must lie a good cook and laundress and stay nights. Apply to 1335 Columbia St.. Columbia Heights, after 1 P- Q- ja0-3t WANTED A re.-neeiable colored vo- nian to do general housework: must havu goml ref. Apply at 1400 N, Cap. st. jaC -3 1 u.t: niii z nnisiiers on line pants. Ap plv :itonee;teaiIy woik. 1109 7th st.inv. ja5-3tcm SrrUATIONS W.VNTBD-3LVLE WANTED A good, respectable white boy, aged seventeen, would like employ ment: prerers driving milk wagon or driving ror doctor; any kind of work will suit. 923 9th st. nw. It W ANTED Dy young married man. Work of any kind; had live years experience in the grocerv business; wages no objei-t; best of references. Address W. A. BAR ROW, 315 V st. ne. it AN'i ED By man, place to assistaround the house; good references. Address 1719 Vermont, ave- jati-2t WANTED 1 will give 5?10 per month to any person securing ine iwsition as bar keeper, or any oilier position, paving from $40 up per month. SINCERE," this office. iaK-3t WANTED A man 38 years obi, large experience in traveling, wants to get with a good house; at once. Address M., care Belvidere Hotel. It WAN'i !.! By ropectable colored bov, place in hou.se or store; good refs. 1423 l' nw. lt-ei i)A.irM i'o-.uioii as housekeeper or child.-, nurse. Apply to MRS. A., No. 1719 13th st. nw. ja7-3t WANlEb uy young man, work or any kind: city reis. 1702 1-2 10th st. nw. ja0-3t-em WAN'lliD By a respectable colored man. place as porter or driver. 1239 9th st. nw. JV5-3t SITT'ATIONS WAXTKIl -FEMALE. WANTKD A sarty would like engage ments to play piano' at dancing tcliool. flubs or private dances. MUSICIAN, 1719 13th St. nw. ja-3t WANTED By a respectful colored girl, a place as chambermaid and waitress, or general housework in a .small familv with out washing or ironing; can furnish good reference.. t-alioraddress5U4Gsi.se. it W A NTT-MI R- linri.xr w.-ntiiiiii u'tichinfrtn take home, or work out bv the dav. 3 West Alexandria court, bet. 20th and 21st, K and L sts. it WANTED By a white girl, a place in aprivalefamily; general housework; wages, $12. Address-900 20th st. nw. It WANTED Situation in small familv as nurse or for general houseworK. 1507 Conn. ave. It-em W AN'i ED By a white woman, place as cook and assist in housework and wash ing, s. B., this orrice. It-cm WANTED Washing and ironing to do at home. 307 H st. sw. ;fa7-3t-ein AiNTiiij situation as working house keeper in small ramily Uy white settled woman; no washing; gojd home andmoder ate wages required. A. W. B., this orrice. .ia7-3t-em p WANTKD By colored woman, place to cook: first-class refs. 1410 Samson st. nw. ja7-3t-cin WANTED By settled white woman, place as housekeeper for invalid lady or elderly man. it. C, this office. Ja7-3t-em WANTED By col. woman, plaeein muuII family to cook; or chambermaid. 1413 N Jn7-Jt-em WAN'TKH Mrs. TiMirirr. nf A'AU 11 Mi ut. ne., wishes place as cook and house keeper in small family. lt.em WANTKD By honest col. girl, place as cook; washing and ironing also. Rear 409 Q st. 11 w. ja7-3t-em WAN'i KU By two gins places, onu as cook, other chambermaid: first-class city rers. from last, place. 1702 1-2 lOthst. nw. jaG-3t-em WANTED Place as chambermaid and nurse. 227 D. st. sw. jaG-3t WANTED By Southern woman, colored, place as seamstress, maid or nurse. Address SEAMSTRESS, 1129 23d st. ja5-3t-em WAN'i KD A place in ofnee or wash ing. 2uoi K st. n w. JaG-3t-em SITUATIONS WANTED XSI) FEMALE. 5LVLE WAN JED By white man and wire, work in hotel or boarding house: small wages expected. G. W. P., this orfice. jaa- 3t "WANTED BUILDING. WANTED Building for storace or car riages, etc.; also stable Tor 20 or 50 horses; long lease; cheap rent. Address RAI'MOND. this office. ja7-3t FOR SALE BICYCLES. FOR SALE A boy's wheel in good re pair, for $15 if sold in three daya: can be seen at 311 G st, ne. ja7-3t FOR SALE New lady's 1896 wheel; good aB new; $30 cash. G43 G st. ne Ja7-3t FOH SALE FA1U1S. FOK SALE Several small farms 20 miles from Washington on Alexandria and Fredericksburg R. It.; 5-room house and out buildings; in good condition. Inquire of J. M. SPBINGMAN, Springmaniva. ;fa3-7t FOR RENT SUBURBAN. FOR RENT Twelve acres: eight rooms: fruit; near Boundary; S10-50. 28 I st. ne. JaB-St HELP WANTED MALE AND FEMALE. WANTED Cooks; three chambermaids; nurses; general houseworkers; good homes. 441 u st. ja7-3t s-ikvkk and gold have 1 none; hue 1 -i r,uu bi'so help in tue city. MRS. MOORE. 306 G st. nw. - Ja6-3t if you want good servanw go to D. 0. LADIES' EXCHANGE, Room 4, 631 F st. nw. ja5-3t,em n anted At City Intelligence Orrice, cooks, general houseworkers, waiters, drivers, laundicsses, nurses, chambermaids, ltoys: places furnished till suited. Estab lished 1885. SHACKELFORD'S, 427 11th st. nw. Ja2-7t SPECLVL. NOTICE. OFFICE OF THE MUTUAL EIRE INSUR; ANCE COMPANY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Wasniiigton, 1). C. January 1. 1807. TheiiniiiialmeeUngoftheMUTUALFIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF '1HE D1S 'I'RICT OF COLUMIUA.-will he held on the THIRD MONDAY OF JANUARY, 1897. THE 18TH INSTANT, at tho ofllceor the company, corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Ninth street northwest, commencing at 9 o'cloak a. in. By t:ie churter or the company the election ar seven managers, to conduce the affairs of the coinpanv, is required to be held at tho above muetfng. By the sixtn article or the by-laws of the compauyitisprovided: Ac the annual meet ing or the company the llrst business in or der shall be the appointment or a chairman, who shah conduct the meeting and election in accordance with the act or incorporation, between the hours or 9 o'clock a. in. aim G o'clock ij. 111. Amount of premium notes heldbythecompany $2.5.".942 00 Amount ofcash on hand .... 5,098 66 Securities 280,648 98 Real estate 70,000 00 orrice furniture and fixtures. 600 00 Losses, by Tire Tor the year 1 896 aujustedaud paid 6.75G 74 The unnual statement wtlr be r:ady for distribution at the office or tho company aoout January Litis instant. ja5-lt SAMUEL C. WILSON. Secretary. DETaUTMENT Or THE EEUlSTEAROt PATENTS, SOUTH AFRICAN RE PUBLIC. Application lor apparatus ror leacntiig ores, registered No.-1249 (olticinl Dutch title, "A ppans.it voor het uitloogeu van Ettsen "). Notice is hereby gten ior gen eral Inlorinatioii that Story Butler Ladd, residing at Washington, District or Colum bia, deposited on the 1 llh day or November, 1896, at my orrice, an application. Tor let ters patent for the invention above-named, with specification relating l hereto. Now, whereas the said S. B. Laud has given me written notice that he wishes to proceed with his application, 1 have decided that all objections thereto shall be riled at my oriice before 3 o'clock p. m., on Friday, the 26th day of February. 1697, alter wnicn Uinu the'Attoiney General willllx the date or hearing. 1, therefore, summon all per sons interested inobjectlng to a patent being granted tor the above-named mveniioii 10 the above-mentioned S. B. Ladd, to deposit with me a document, cleat Iy setting lorth their objections before the aforesaid date, as they will otherwise be excluded from submitting the same. Done this 11th day or November, A. D., 1896, at Pretoria, Soma Arricau Republic. (Signed) CARL VECKERMA XN, Sr., ja7-2t Registraror Patents. I ill'. ii.Ihi'iI in.uiim ii. Ilia K.t.i il'LTlHlItl- ers of tut- Georgetown and Tenleyiown Railwav Comiiuiiy, for the election of nine directors, to serve for the ensuing year, will be held at the orfice or the company, 1417 G street northwest, Washington. D. C, on Wednesday, the 13th day or Jan uary, 1897, at 12 o'clock 111. HENRY T. PUKDY. Ja5-7t,ein Becretary. SPECIAL NOTICE All parties having rooms, hahs or vacant buddings which they wish to rent during the inaugural ceremonies. March 4. 1897, will pleise call at the Glover building, 1419 I" st. .iw.. room 14. and have them registered by the committee on public comfort. L. I. WRIGHT, Chairman. JaO-lm-m-w-f SPECIAL NOTICE The annual meeting or the stockholders or the Belt Railway Company for the election or seven directors to serve for the ensuing year will be held at ine company's oflice, 13th and O t's. ne., Washington. D. C. on Saturday, Jan uary 9, 1897. between the hours or 12 m. and 2 p.m. D. M. NEWBOLU, President. Ja4-5t THE A.N.MAL. MEETING of the stock holders or the Capital Trust Company, for the election of a board or twelve directors for the ensuing year, will be held at the company s orfice. No. Ill South Fairfox street, Alexandria, Va., Wednesday, Jan uary 13, 1897; polls open at 2 p. in., and close at a p. m. ; books for transfer of slock close January b, and remain closed untiUanuary 13,mclusive;ir you are unable to attend this meeting, please execute and return proxy. Very res., HENRY K. SIMPSON. Secretary. Ja2-llt-em " THE ANNUAL meeting ofi. stock holders of the Eckmgton and Soldiers' Home Railway Company, ror the election or nine directors, to serve for the ensuing vear, will be held at the office or tho companv, 13th and J) sts. ne., Washington, D. C, oh Wednesday, January 13, 1S97. between tho hours or 12 noon and 2 o'clockp, 111. D.M.NEWBOLD, President. dc30-15t BUSINESS CHANCES. A PAYING, well established grocery More is orfered for sale on account of owner leaving the city; the best location in the District to make money on small capital. Call 210 3d st. nw. ja8-3t i-uK sale EsiaU.snea ooannug nuu&e, o5 rooms, well rur.; full of hoarder?.: excel lent location; reason for selling, ill-health. Address BOARDING HOUSE, tills orrice. ja7-3t-em FOR SALE Oyster house, luiicnand din ing room. 1406 Pa. ave. ja7-4t $1,000 .Millinery anu fancy store; will inventory about price asked; located on cable line; u-room house and stable; rent, $30: owner retiring. BUSINESS EX CHANGE, 918 F. Ja7-3t Sfeou Meat and provision store. Pa. ave. nw.; daily cash cales average $50: rent, $25; good fixtures; part cash from good partv. BUSINESS EXCHANGE, 918 F ja7-3t $600 Coal yard, nw.;2 horses and Carts; 1 wagon, 1 buggy; sheds, scales, etc.: daily cash sales $30 to $60: net monthly profits. $100. BUSINESS EXCHANGE, 918 F. ja7-3t FOR BALE Coal yaru ; centrally lo omed; low run ana long lease, in perfect running order; full stock. Applv COAL VARD. this office. jaG-7t-em FOR bale orocery, wnh part of the fixtures and all the stock; good reason for selling. Address C. E., this office. Ja0-3t-etn FOR SALE Grocery, meat and provi sion atore; will sell ciie.ip; no reasonable 01 fer refused; must sell this week; on 7th st. sw. Address QUICK SALE, this office. 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. Applv to C. F. YODER.01 5 E st. nw. ja5-3t-em FOR RENT A grocery and meat store. Apply to 1 354 Md. ave. ne. ja5-3tem WALL PAPERS We are papering rooms during this season at great reduction; be low our popular price. CHARLES N. EVANS, 222 13th 80. sw. Janl-7t LAUiKS ucsinng to make investments or speculate without publicity: where there Is protection from absolute loss; can se cure tho address of a lady broker by ad dressing f. O. Box 472. del 0-306 job i'KiNTLNO, newspaper and book composition at lowest cash rates; new ma terial. ROBT. F. SIMMS, Job Printer. 305 7th st. sw. co26-tf EDUCATIONAL. SPECIAL OFFER In order to secure a large iKitronage at once and become more extensively introduced to lovers or good music and good performance, a proTessorot pronounced ability oirers vocal, violin and piano lessons at only 25c. Address C0N CERTO, this orfice. ja 7-3tem SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION, No. 155 D st. se. Elocution, rneionc, pnvsioal cul ture. ja6-i t-em TilORALD JERICilAU, I'll. B., Royal University or Copenhagen, will receive pu pils on piano, organ, theory and composi tion; studio, Droop's Music Store. Apply Droop's or Ellis' Music Houses, 925 and 937 l'a. ave. se28-tf AT TtlK MINIMUM COST! PIANO, GUITAR, PAINTING and DRAW ING lessons by a suecessrul teacher of 12 years experience. MISS DABNEY-, 1012 13th st. nw. de21-lmem .. LOST. CoS"T::L"ifei nsurance paper on the Mlltlinl f.lfo TnSllrnnfn IVlmnnnr rt TtT.tif t York; a reward will be paid if left at oince or company, 1333 F 6t. nw. It 1 .1 IS'I h,.rfiti iiMii. r.iL- .1.. .ti...t t.,-.. ..i w-. .. ...uvj.a t ..is urnft IJW.flL;i.UtAJIl VLL or counter at Baum's this morning, Jan. 7, 1897, was seen and rollo wed. Please return and save arrest. Return to Baum's. It-em LOST On Tlprwiritvr IR "IK lie n..o. mi. st. passenger station, a small, package (wooden box) containing two large emer- AlflK JITllI fiv rkfinrlc nil unm mtnrtwl -m. j liberal reward will be paid for an'yinfor- M'DEVITT'S DETECTIVE AGENCY, G37 F st. nw. . janl-7t MISLAID or lost Irom the editorial of fice of this nauer. an old hvmn hnnk r-nllrr1 1 the 'Lyre," with one leaf off; anyone that nas sne same piense return to this office. de9-tf,om FOR RENT BOOM3. FOR RENl Fur. looms torlifihthousc keeping; a. m. i. 120 c tt. nw . Jafr-3t FOR RENT One fur. hall room. 1718 8th st. nw. It FOR RENT Newly-papered, nicely fur n.slicd, 2d rioor room; convenient to din ing parlors, or could have meals sent; near cars and herdics, etc.; rent, $6. 230 2d st. ne. Ja8-3t FOR RI-JnTT One large rur. room; lava tory, two closets, latrobe heat: $12; rnev cosy, south rront, hall room; $5; elegant new house; no- Ii3."5teepinrw'nVHJwidr.' rers. exchanged. OWNER, 221 E st. nw. jua-3t FOR RENT Comfortable furnished roorp; near heroics; rC-asdnu ble. 530 2lst. st. nw. lnH.nr. Ja8-3t OR RENT A comfortable furnished front ropin, third .floor, with good family board will be given'for $10o for eiglit montlis to party who will advance the same and hold good collateral security. Address SUDDEN DEMAND, this office. It ' FOR RENT 3 or 4 unrurirished or partly rurinshod rooms, with back porch ; suitable for housekeeping; southern exposure; only, two adults In house;' also owner; lovely iocation;ncar all cars and herdics. 812 N. Carolina avc. se.. Capitol Hill. lb FOR KENT Furnished, room; front or buck ; for one or two ptrsons. 415 G st. nw. Ja8-3t FOR RENT Furnished rooms, front and back, $1, $1.25 and $2 per week;unfur- "wiicu, tni-.ij). j. ju 111. uw. Jao-.ic Phil IIIWT.Miil r.. T-? T .,.. "'i " 1001110 inn, -ii and 3d floors at greatly, reduced pnres. tzu 8tu st. nw. it-cm FOR RENT Lower" floor, 1230 Wylie "t. ne.. 3 rooms, S7. ,, tu7-3t.eiii FOR RENT Six large handsome rooms, with all modem improvejiients; rent $18: near Printing Office. 300 E st. ne.; apply nnly on premises. a-i:c ji. iiiinT-fwo unrurnlshed rouins 011 second floor, for housekeeping, with hot and cold water: bath adjoining; rent rea-sonable.- 1709 15th st. nw. Ja6-2t "TOR RKNTi-Newly furnished 'rooms, front or rear, .'inconveniences; very central: very reasonable. At6271)at. nw. Ja7-3t i" OK KENT Ttuee uuiurmsueucouimutii-r-itt'i!." nKnis, with bath;'referehcf-- ' 55' E. st. ne. Ia7-3t FOR RENT. -59 2d st. nw., 4 unrur. rooms ftir iiouscueeiiiiig; heat and Hunt. Ja0-3t-etn j-tj'OK ivKN'i a lovely .unrjir. parlors; rirst rioor, with heat and gas; other rooms on second rioyr, rur. 509 N. J. ave. nw. Ja6-3t-em . FORREMi To 1 or gentlemen, ueatly fiirniaiied room; heat, ligtit, use or bath; boaid if desired; refs. exehunged. 824 1st st. 11 w. ; s'6 per month. in0-4tem JjUK REM Eurgc 2dstory birt:k room-,' -windows; morning sun; nicely furnished; Shi:''- caterer in house; meals served out. 723 11 ih st. nw. Jad-3t t'Oll KKlt'l' licit r.'.-Mtiliiifr 1 mill, iinfni- nislied rooms; also 0110 back rouin; light housekeeping; rent low: second floor; all conveniences; light and heal. 1608 7tti st. nw- i.i;-:tr. . I OR RENT-One nicely fur. front room; suitable -for two; heut and g:is. Apply 1731 9th st. nw. Ja-3t FOR RENT-One fur. hall room: rent $4. Apply 116 D st. nw. Ja6-3t FOR RENT Second-story iront room; heal, gas, wmi beat laoie i.oaul; &ft. 99 9lh st. 11 w. Ja5-3tcm FOR RENT Single rront room to-gentle-1 man. with board- 42H '!d n w. j;ur-3t-etii FOR REN'i A room, furnished or un funilxlied; overlooking R St.; two large windows. 20 Quincy st. ne. JaT-7t FOR RENT-101-l 10th st. nw., nicely furniMieii rooms, with futnace heat. de29-7tem . "WANTED ROOMS. YOUNG man wants room and board near loth and L sts. nw.; terms must be reasonable. EDWARDS, this office. jaa- 3t WANTED Large room, with lirst-eluss board, for man. wife ami child. Address i. N. P., this orfice. ja8-2t WAN TED-To rent three lurnished rooms, sulthble for a binall finally; near Px. ave. Address M., care Belvidcre Hotel. It WANU.ED An uurur. loom, or rooms; also a Miiall iiouse for small fumily. Ad dress or call H. J. IBACH, No. 948 N. Y. avctnw Ja6-3t-em WANTED Bv new dramatic company Tor rehearsals, "partly furnished, medium size room; centrally located. Address, stating terms and particulars, DRAMATIC, this oriice. Ja6-3t IIOOMS AND BOA RD. room and lioaru, $3.60 uweek; boys, $-.75; no other boarders, 1711 1-2 7th st. nw Ja5-3t-em A CHANCE FOB A GOOD HOME Apply nt 012 Fifteenth St., Me riierson sjiiuarc: uidstuosirabie part of the city; second nnd third floors, Hingie or en suite; table uud- nil nii poiiittiients first cUiss. no2l-tf MISCELLANEOUS. GENTLEMAN thaf called 631 F for Swede girl, call again. Room 4. It RELIABLE party will, care lor child. 631 F nw., loam 4. It WRINKLES, they arc produced through a shrinkage in tissues, and no sooner will science rullv acquire the Vast dit Terence which exist between, electricity, a dis bursing power, represented in material farts', by copper and 111c, and magnetism, a collecting agencv consisting in the main or iron and oxygen, than their removal will become a slow but easv task. ARM STRONG, stove man and scientist, 1214 4th st. nw. And before the wrinkles around the eyes, like the scars which once so terubly marred my .forehead, dis appeared men and women of science come to the Evan House at lunch and see the cheeks, the furrows left in the sixty-sixth year oi one age. It i'i-.n&ion oi- i" 11. L uerK, class 1, War Dept., wuuldtrunsfer with clerk, same class, in Pension orrice. Address M. C, this or fice. 1 1 MRS. M. LEWIS Massage and mag netic treatment- 518 9th st. nw. ja6-3t 1 TAKE it lor grunted you are 111 love with good butter, and I will sell vou four pounds Tor $1 or the best butter that 1 ver graced anv table. R. B. YOUNGS, 76 and. 77 O St. market and 69 Riggs market, I'ostai orders prompt! v Tilled- ,1aG-7t DAVE your uptiolsieriug, mattress mak ing done at vour home; first-class work: drop postal. 11. R. RIESEBERG, 1 107 4tli st. nw. Ja5-7tcm Jimc. .1. u. .iEa liti., irom i'niiaueiplna, chiropodist. Corns, bunions ami ingrowing nails removed without- pain; charges rea sonable. '120 11 th st. nw. ja5-4t FURNITURE moved: $1 a load; drop postal, ROLLINS' EXFRESS, 434 13th st. se. ja3-7t MASSAGE vapor bam; magnetic and electric treatment; competent fadv assis tant. 702 9th st. nw. de31-7t EAl'iiER b'iRil'S ior uoors and win dows: drop us postal. DEARUS .t CO., 900 i) st. ne. do27-14t CHEAPEST printer on earth. Compe tition defied. PARK, 920 F St. pe del9-lmo HERE'S A TIP -For thirty days 1 will bind your magazines in cloth for 50c, just to advertise my work; business cards, 75c. per 1.000. G. E. WILLIAMS. 615 7th St. nv.-. del8-tr,em WANTED Furniture moved; largest 2 horsu load in the city, S2.60: 1 -horse loads, $1.25; ni.inos. $U; experienced handlers. COLUMBIA TRANSFER v - ifii.iiio r zj CO., 323 4i st. nw. 'Phone, 156GT nol7-tr TXI'EWRITTKN circulars push business; $2.50 per $1,000 up. ZEIGLER-, printer, 816 F st. nw. oc25-tf TEETH extracted tree -NATIONAL UNI VERSITY DENTAL INFIRMARY, 1328 1 st. nw. Teeth filled, plates made, and all kinds of crown and bridge work at small charge to cover cost or material. No charge for examination. Inrirmary open from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. aul8-tf MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN. $300 TO LOAN' oh approved collateral or real estate securitv. S. F. .MARSHALL, Attoiney-at-Law,6lY 7th st. 11 w. ja7-3l-etn 320,uou At 5 per cent, to loan on im proved property; promptattention given to applications. TIMES REAL ESTATE BU REAU, 10th and l'a. ave. nw. WE want 1,000 borrowers who desire from $50 to $10,000 each, on stocks, bonds, trusts, loan association certificates, ware house receipts and life or tcntinc policies In old-line companies; no delay: no chattel mortgages taken. YERKES & BAKER, 40 to 46 Metzerott Bldg.,1110 F st. nw. MONEY TO LO AN Large sums ac 5and 1-2 per cent on D. C. real estate: $250, 00. $750. "etc.. at 6 per cent; all trans actions conducted with economical con sideration for borrowers., WM. II. SAUN DERS & CO.. 1407 F sCnw. ' mr8 WAN'lHI)-IHSSTAOK STAMPS. WANTED For cash,, all kinds of old United States ppstagel(.und .department stamps; collections also 'bought. H. F. DUNK.HORST, 1005 7Ul.it. UW. Ee9-tf FOR' SA-LOT'S." FOR SALE Tyor large- lots In center or Woodside Park, beldw cost. C. H. 8., 2012 Fa. ave. nw. JaC-7t FOR SALE OR RENT. REAL ESTATE BULLETIN ax THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN. 917 F ST. NW. UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE. Lots 20,21. and 22,8quaro 877, se., $1,500. icr foot. Lot U, sqimrn 590, sw ?. .H Lot 19, square 036, bw !? Cor. nth nnd H sib. ne - Del. ave., jb and O sts. sw f 0 Md.-nvo., bet. '-"'a and loth sts. ne.. 1 &o North side 01 H st., bet, 4th and 5th- ne 150 JJor. 6th and li sts. sw J 25 12th sc, bet; a and li ete. ne 100 South side or it, bet. 3rd ahd'ltf. - . . sts. no .-. 1 00 1 st., bet. 41- and 6th sis. sw 80 17th St., bet. E Cap. and A sts. se.. 76 Patterson st., bet. N. Cap. and 1st.. 50 i'art lots 3 and 5, square 959 ne.. 45 Fairview, ivy City 25 FOUR-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. 1113 Mass. ave. nw.,b.h., 10 nns.. $35,000 1420 20thsi.nw.,b.TT. 12rms.... 10,000 1733 R st. nw., b. Is., 12 nns 15,000 1731 R uc. nw.,b. h.,12 nns 10,000 407 Missouri ave. nw.,b.h.,l 3 mis. 10,000 TUREE-STOR'x BRICK. AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. 413 Wisconsin avo. nw., 17 nus.... $29,700 1313 D st. nw., b. h., 12 nns 25,000 mop 'jottt si. nw., o. 11., si nns Ii2,500 1319 Vt. ave. nw.,D.h.,13 rms 15,500 1319 L st. nw., b. h., 13 mis. ...... 12,000 53 i at. nw., b. h., 14 rms 11,000 1707-9 and 11 8th st. nw.. and 3 houses rear 10,500 1714 13th si. uw., b. 11., 10 rms 10,000 1 133 1 1th si. nw.. b. h.. 8 nm 9,000 44M Bt. nw., b. h 10 rms 8,500 FOR RENT. HOUSES. 609 14th St. nw., 14 rms $200 00 101 nth st. ne. (for.), 15 rms. ...1,500 00 906 K St. uw., 10 rms 85 00 Ido, 174 and 174H i?' Bt. nw., IO ruts 211 A Et. se., 11 rms 317 13th st. sw., 11 rms 206 D st. nw., 9 rms 401 E st. ue.t 7 rms 680 -ith st. no., 6 rms 726 2d st. sw., 3 rms 60 00 40 OO 30 00 :J0 50 20 00 13 30 8 80 STORES, AC. Store. 1 room and cellar, 433 11th St. nw $75 00 Store and dwg., 1924 E St. and 439 20th st.'nw., IO rms SO 00 Stable rear 3U4 C st. nw 00 00 2d Boor, 90s F st. nw 30 00 Store and 1 room, 1st rioor; 2 rms. 2d rioor, us La. avc as 00 Store and dwg., 937 Fla. ave. nw., 8 rms 7. 26 00 Stable rear 1417 K st. nw 16 00 Store and dwg., 1301 1st sw -O 00 Stable, reur 495 c st. sw 10 00 Shop, rear 1 233 Blagden's alley 3 15 The above is ouly a. oriion or the property on my books. For full list call at orrhe Tor bulletin issued on tho 1st and 15th. THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN. 917 F ST. NW. .. , de2:i-tf eur SAL.E mv home on capiioi nut, wit lil n a square oi Capitol grounu.s; has 11 rooms and bath; wide rront; only $8,000. Address YOU KNOW, this orfice. ja7-3t-etu FOR RENT MOUSES. 'io me t -Litiii. 01 i.ne "1 sines neul Instate IJureuti: The real estate firm of Herron & Harney, Ohio National Hunk BuIId iiij;, liuviiig purchased the interest of the reul estate renting and sales business heretofore conducted under the style of The Times Heal Estate Bureau, will be Kind to meet nil persons interested, nnd will col lect and aeeoiint for all rents up to the date of daiiunry 1, 1S07. The business will be continued by them with Disproved facilities and very much wider connections. HERRON & RAMEV. FOR RENT 12-room furnished house on East Capitol st., near Capitol; 5 boarders in house; will rent cheap if taken at once. R. M. .1. ATWELL, 204 East Capitol st. ja8-3t ;Ofi RENT JOHN L. WEAVER, Cor. F and 8:h sts. 11. w. Telcphono 11W. 1GIIR. cor. 17th, now, llr S100 00 larJN st. nw.llr 63 CO 17! 14th mv.si'ro S'25 00 tt'3 Jtlinw. lJr.. -SO 00 loll anw, 10r.... 40 CO KMlQnw.lOr.... 4U 00 Vl'Essw. 10r.... 41 CO GX) to 047 lith ne, 7r 25 0 Jan. 7 tf 1(39 R. llr, new. 1-4.0-11 Htli. llr. ICOJ Vt. av., lOr. ltl: 15th st. Sr.. trj 00 5 j OJ 35 bO iOLQ FOR RENT To nice, colored family. 2 story and cellar house; mod. imp.; in per iod order: two squares from colored high school; $21. Address OWNER, care of letter carrier 98. ja7-4t FOR RENT House 1145 lstst. nw., 3 squares nw. of Government Printing Orfice; 7 rooms and cellar: hot and rclu water; all mod. imp. OWNER, 1115 S St. nw. ja7-4t FOR RENT No. 1010 7t list, ne.; corner Callan St.. G-room brick, with bathroom, hail, hot and cold water: nousein good con dition; SI 5 per month; key at grocery op posite. C. T. YODER, 61 5 E st. nw. jao-iuen FOR RENT Seven-room frame cottage In Brookland: two blocks from cars: mod ern improvements; terms low. Inquire I. S. HOLLIDGE. care Saks & Co. tf PERSONAL. PROF. HALEE, Clairvoyant. Tells vout name, age, occupation and your very thoughts, and just what you want to know; tells about business deals, law suits, love arfairs, courtship, marriage, lost or stolen propertv, family troubles, friends and enemies, reunites separated hus bands and wives, sweethearts, etc.; brings troublesand quarrels all right, causesspeedy marriage with the one you love, removes spells, causes good luck, cures drunkenness and other raults. Pror. Halee is acknowl edged by press and people as the greatest In t!:a profession. lie has hundreds of let ters testifying to his great and marvelous power. So call at once and be 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 9p. ni. daily. Fees: Card reading, 25 cents; palm istry, 50 cents; clairvoyant, $1. Satis faction guaranteed. Parlors, 925 H at nw. de22-lm Dr. Leatherman, Medical and Surgical Specialist, Treats all Forms of Private Diseases. Blond Discuses, Stricture, Skin Diseases, Hydrocele, Bladder Diseases, Varicocele, Kidney Diseases, Impotency, fcpt-ciul Disease, Syphilitic Diseases. Advice nnd Consultation Free. Both Sexes. Hours. 0 to 12, 2 to a. Tugs.. Thiirs. and Sat. evening:?. 7 to 8. No. 603 Fnw. (Closo J Sun days.) N'AItClSSUS, Baltimore's talented spirit ual medium, lor a short period at 638 East Capitol st. :a7-2t,em xOU MAY have seen the oiu year out, but vou will find us always in, and never out or a Tine lot or custom-made suits and coats, nearly new, at prices to suit you. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 D st. nw. ,-z ja5-7t MME. TllF-V .MEDIUM . Scientific palmjjg?v d card reader; know vour Tate and forCi-' . open daily. German spoken. 25c. and tdc. 929 li st. nw. jaB-i mo MME. FRANCIS will not tax you with a long lingo or impossibilitics-that cannot be done, jiit all In trouble call and be helped at once by oue that cau guarantee tatis f action; life from cradle to grave; cards. 25 cents: trance, 50 cents; hours, 10 to 9. 302 East Capitol su ja5-lwk PROF. OLA!, Medium, tells business, love arrairs, losses, etc., cradle to grave, ror 50c; reunites separated husbands, wives, sweethearts or rriends; causes speedy marriages; removes spells: bad luck; all trouble; io to 10 daily. 489 H st. sw. del 2-1 mo DR. CZARRA'S. NO CURE, NO PAY. No. C19 Pa. Ave. N. W., Washington. D. C. Speciallstln chronic and private diseases, Files, Stricture. Hydrocele. Gout, Catarrh. Dyspepsia, Blood Foiston cured. Vitality re stored. Consultation free and coufidentialto both sexes. Doily, 9 to 1 2, 3 to 0. OUR greatest medium and spiritual-mother, UH. MARX GORDON, tells you all ttungs and prescribes a proper remedy for your troubles; consult this girted lady be fore it is too late. Now at 029 13th st .nw. no7 tf DR. TAYLOR, 900 F st. nw.. makes Tull sets of teeth for $5; satisfaction guar anteed; teeth extracted without pain; gold filling, Si;-amalgam. 50c; extracting free wncn piaies are iuuue. jeib-tf jliajjieio ueeuniK coiiiiucimai Lrcaxme.lt, a 6ure and 'safe relief in all woman's com plaints and irregularities. Gold medal awarded-for the science of obstetrics from the University or Munich, Bavaria. Strict ay confidential. MRS. DR. ItENNER, No'. 8 Seventh st. ne., near E. Cap. st., WasH lngton, D. 0. RAILROADS. WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY. From Station, 13th St. & Pa. Avc. For Alexandria. 6:40, 7:05. 7:35, ex.; "8:00, 8:30, ex.; 9:00, 9:50, '10:05, ex.; "11:00, 11:45 a. sis., M2:05, ex.: 12:30, "1:15, 1:45, "2:05, ex.; 2:40, "3:30, 4:00 ex.; "4:15, ex.; 4:45, "5:00, 5:20. ex.; 5:40, "6:05, ex.; 6:20, "7:00, 8:00, 9:00, "10:oO, "11:20, 11:59 p. m. "Daily. No express Sundays. For Mount Vernon. Riverside and way EliUar?t.rH;40, 10:05 a. m.. 12:05, :o&, 4:10 p. in. - "Dailv. extra Sund.iv at 11 a., m. For Arlington, hourly from 8 a. m. to 8 p. in. Ja6-tf,em FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. THE CARRLVGE that parties are having repaired at 712 6th st. sw., will be sold ir not culled ror in seven days, and also good light wagon to sell. It FOK sALE-Fixtures for sule, cheap, and store for rent, $30 month; suitable for pool, cigar, or any business. Call at 905 7th sc. nw. Ja8-3t IOR SALE A fine delivery wagon and harness, used about three nines; uiso a good business buggy. 1105 11th st. nw. Ja8-3t FOR SALE A large size double door Mosler Safe and Lock Company's safe Apply to J. T. DYER, Room 8, Ames Buiid- '"K- jao-Jt l-'Olt KALF-llllrniHiu ivur VIS will U-.ll reasonable. No. 1013 'd st. ne. ' ja8-3t FOR SALE Two benches in O street market. Apply 460 CenterMarket. Ja8-3t run hale l'ortable oven, good con dition, $20; also 19 $l-tickets for electric tmuis (Reid's massage), $5. X. R.. this ofrice. ia7-3t FOR SaLB Cheap; horse, buggy and harness; good .driver; no further use for same: can trotin threeandone-half minnf ea. A .ii- Q-ii r .. ...... ... . o.- t't'-J . uit. uc. utt, ji-Ob Ju7-3t FOR SALE A good large corfee grinder; suitable for grocery store. At 460 Ridge st. nw. Ja0-3t-cm foe oale Leruto uc mu ctieup; first class trap, pnauton and rockaway. CAR RIAGE WORKS, New XotK ave., bet. 4th and btn sts. nw. Ja6-3t F'OR SALE Hack, horses uud harness at a sacrifice; hacks Cunningham make: no reasonable offer refused. H. A. M.. this office. Ja0-3t FOR SALE Horse, coal cart and nar ness: cheap. 443 I st. nw. . Ja6-3t FAMiLX bread oaKiug; corner 6tn lUid K. sts. sw. Ja0-4t FOR SALE A bargain to immediate pur chaser, a Toctave Ctiickeriug Piano, in first-class condition; can be seen at 218 N st.nw.beforel 1 orafterO. ja5-3t-em FOR SALE Cheap, a small, second hand safe. Apply 805 II ne. ja5-3t-em FOR SALE All the U. S. Government Pupiicicions at lowest prices. HAYDEN'S BOOK STORE, 1 212 F st. nw. Ja 5-7 tens toil SALE A good, sound work hone. 623 23d st. nw. Ja4-6tcm FOK SALE OR HIRE Horses, wagons, buggies, carriages, 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 orrer rerused. 927 D st. uw. 'Phono 261. de22-tr-ein PROPOSALS. SKALEU proposals will be received by me, to be opened at 1 o'clock on Thursday. January 14, 1897. at mv orrice in the Kel logg building, for the privilege or printing and of the sale of the official program of Inauguration day. Specifications or the proportions and character oT the publications, duly approv ed and thus to be published under the auspices oT this committee, as well as the conditions upon which the award will be made, will be Tarnished upon applica tion to me. The right to reject any and aU bids and to waive defects is reserved. HEN'R V A. WILLARD, Chairman or Committee on Parks and Reservations. Washington, D. C, Jan. 4, 1897. ja7-tft-em WANTED UOl.SKS. WANTED For grocery business, house and store, with stable: nw. only; give foil particulars bv letter, as I mean business. Itox 34, Kensington. Md. Ja7-6t V AN lr.li- To buy a small noase in South Washington ror cash. GUSDORF HENNING. 13H6 4 1- st- sw ja4-l w c tiuie u uuiuwer ul applicants for nouses renting from $20 to $35 per month; Fend us description of your vacant house, and you will be surprised how quick we will remit. liAlKs KEAL ESTA'lE BUREAU. tf POSTOFFICE NOTICE. Should be read daily by all interested, as changes may occur at anytime. Foreign mails for the weet ending January 9, 1897, close promptly at this orrice as follows: Trans-Atlantic Mails. FRIDAY (b)At 7:20 p. m. for France. Switzerland. Italy, Spain. Portugal, Tur kev. Egvpt and Brltisli India, per s. s. La Normandie," from New York, via Havre. Letters for other parts or Europe must be directed "per La Normandie." b)At9:20 p. ni. for Europe, per s. s. Aurania," from New York, via Queenstown. (c)At 10:55 p. m. Tor Genoa, per s. s. Kaiser Wilhelm II, from New York. Letters must be di rected "per Kaiser Wilhelm II." (c)At iu:aa p. m- ior .icuiniauusiiiieu, per s. o. Obdam, from New York, via Rotterdam. Letters must be directed "per Obdam." lc)At 10-55 p. m. for Scotland direct, per s. s. Furnessiu,rrom New York, via Glasgow. Letters must be directed "per Furnessia." (cAtlO:55p.m. for Nor way direct, per s.s. Island, from New York. Letters must be directed "per Island." "PRINTED MATTER. ETC. The German steamers sailing from New Y'ork on Tues davs, Thursdays and Saturdays take print ed "matter, etc., for Germany, nnd specially addressed printed matter, etc., Tor other parts ot Europe. White Star steamers sailing from New York on Wednesdays take specially ad dressed printed matter, etc., for Europe. American Cunard and French Line steam ers 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. FRIDAY (clAt 10:53 p. m., for Ber muda, per s. s. Trinidad, from New York. (c)At 10:55 p. in., for Jamaica, Cartha gena and Savanilla. per s. s. Athos. Trom New lork. Letters Tor Costa Rica must be directed "per Athos." (c)At 10:55 p. m.. Tor Campeche, Chiapas, Tabasco and xucatan, per s. s. Scguranca, Trom New i-'ork. Letters Tor other parts or Mexico must be directed "per Seguranca." (clAt 10:55 p. m. Tor Haiti, Cumana and Canpana per s. s. Prince Willem III. Trom New iork. Letters for other parts oT Venezuela, Curacao. Trinidad. British and Dutch Guiana must be directed "per Prince Willem III." (c)At 10:55 p. 111., for Newfoundland, per s. 3. Portia, from New Xork. SATURDAY. f)At 7:20 p. m.. for Pro gresso, per s. s. Habana, from New York. Letters for other parts or Mexico must be directed "per Habana.'' SUNDAi (d)At 3:20 p. m., for St. Plfcrre-MIquelon, per steamer Trom Hali fax. Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to Hall fax, and ihenct! via steamer, close at tins orfice dally at 12:05 p. m.(d) Malls for Miquelon, by rail to Boston, and l hence via stvamer, close here uatiy ac 3:20 p. m-(a) Malls for Cuba close here dally at 3 p. in. for forwarding via steamers sailing .Mondays aim Thursdays Trom Fort Tampa, Fla. Mails Tor Mexico overland (except those for Campeche, Chiapas, Tabasco, and Yuca tan, and Progresso, which will be held from the overland dispatch after 7:10 a. m. Wednesday. Tor dispa'ca by steamers sailing from New York, as above indicated), dose here dally at 7:1 o a. m.(d) Trnns-I'acific Malls. Mails for China nnd Japan, per s. f. Ta coma. from Tacoma. Close here dailv up to 0:30 p. m January 9.(tl) Mails ior China, Julian and Hawaii, per s. 8. Coptic, from San Francisco, dose hr.- daily up to 6:30 p. m., January 10.d) Mails for Hawaii, pers. s. Australia. from Ban Francisco, close Lhere daily up to 6:30 p. m., Jauuary20.(d) Mans lor liiiim and Japan, specially nd dressed only, per 8. s. Empress of Japan, from "Vancouver, close here iUJly up to G:30 p. m., January 25.(d) Mail for the Society islands, fx-r ship City of Pnpciti, from San F'ran 4sco, close here dailv un to6:3U p. :n.. lanuarv 5.idi Trans-Pacific mails aref jrwarded to tho port or -ailing daily, and the schedule of closing Is arranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted overland transit. (a)Rcgistered mail closed at 10:00 a. m. same day. (b)Reglstcrcd mall closes at 1:00 p. rn. same day. (c)Registcred mall closes, at 0:00 p. m. same day. (d)Regtstcred mail closes nt 6:00 p. m. previous day. (.elRcgistered mall closes e.t 1:00 p. m. Tuesdays and Saturdava. JAMES P. WILLETT, Postmaster. RAILROADS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B BTREETS. In Effect November IS, 1800. 7:G,UJ,A- -M. weekduy3. PITTaBbRu EX 1 kess Furlor and Dining Cars, Harri3 burg to Pittsburg. 10-t A. M PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED Fullmun Sleeping, Dining, Smoking and Observation Cars, Harrisburg to Chicago. Tanrt anu '-rolSuoT "BfffrrHrrVocrrTiTj' -tjmnauurg. 10t? .A- - FAST LINE rullman Buffe I arior Lar to Harrisburg. Buffet Panor A,tr'n lr?friRlurg to Pittsburg. 3'4" PI- CHICAGO AND ST. L0UI3 X,,,W Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Hatrisburg. Sleeping and Dining -ars Hurrisburg to St. Louis. Clncmnatl, Louisville and Chicago. -lO 1 . l WESTERN EXPRESS Pull man bleeping Car to Pittsburg. Chicago ?" ,Hai?,sburK to Cleveland. DUiin t J"Jr to Chicago. i.,,ii M" SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS ToVman SIeeping Cars Washington to in.i V irL anu liarrlsburg to Su Louia in jo $-.,nt7J,natL Dinlnjr Car. Tn V-. PACIFIC EXfRESS PuU- 7-Sn5 ,ceiang' Car to Pittsburg. ?!!. .-.f!,r -Juie, Cauantiaiguu, Rochea day NlaSar dally, except Sun- 1(i.A'5I- for Elmlra and Renovo daily, except Sunday. For Lock Uavea weet P ML namsport Sundays, 3:40 7'rb,rZ; M- r. WUlIamsport. Rochester. K?f,,a , ' anl Niagara Foils daily, except Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washington in?Ui5p?Paiou BriOge. via Buffalo. t? V f Erie, Canaxidaiguu. Roches mf Yufra.lo anU Niagara Falls daily. PftM??)?r WashiHRtSii to Elmira. OR I'HILADELPHIA. NEV YORK AND THE EAST. 4:?5C,I1P,- M- "CONGRESSIONAL LIM T.' . "A"?, all Parlor Cars, with Dm 1 7":i r tlom Baltimore. Regular at 7.0O luining Car), a. 00, 9.00, 10.00 (Dining; t-ir, and 11.00 (Dining Car Trom Wll w 7r,nn) .A- M" 12.45,3.15. 4.20. 6:50. 1 ni . and 21-35 P- na. On Sunday. 7.00 DInjns CaD a.0b, 9.00. 11.00 (Dining Va.fll,ro!n iv"rnington) A.M.. 12.15,3.15. tt 5?! 10-8 ana il-SS P. M. For 1 hll.idehihla only. Fast Express. 7.50 A. "- .""eek-dava. Express. 12.15 P. M. week-days. 2.01 and 5.40 P. M. daily. J-or Boston, without cliange. 7.50 A. M. f.'W.eeiF.Jlay?' ani 3-l5 P-M- u-y-ifr,,A.UanP.tc PS? vla Delaware River i.w VnT"' a,,"ral1 route). 3:15 p m. dally. 1 it M.'.Umore- 6--5 7.00.7.50. 8.00. 9.00; 10 0(1, 10.50. 11.00. and 1L50 a. m. itZ;,5,Ar.45' 2.01.3.15. 3.40 f 4.(10 iW Vf,1.!;.4',1-0' 4'36' 5-4. 6.15. 6.o();T.10; lO.Ois, 10.40. 11.15. and 11.35 p. ml " Sunday. 7.00. 8.00.9.00, 9.05. 10.50; .u? ?. m- x 3-15' 1-13. 2.(11, 3.15. 3.40; -4; I'miteU), 4.'J(i, 5.40. 6.15, 6.50. i.lO. 10.110. 10.40. and 11.35 p.' m- or Pope's Creek Line. 7 50 a.m. and 4.3S p. m. dolly, except Sunday, ror Annapolis, 7.00. 9.00 A. M . 12.15 and 4.0 F. m. daily, except 3anday. Sundays, 9.00 A. M. and 4.20 P. M. Atlantic Coast Line Express. 4.30 A. M-. " a .. iJ- daily. Richsnond only. 10.57 A. M. week- days: Atlanta Spicial. via Richmond and Sentoard Air Line. 8.40 I . M.daIIy. Accomn.odatinn ror Quan- tico. ..45 A. M. daily, and 4.25 P.M. week days. Ticket orrtces, corner Fifteenth and O streets, ana at the station. Sixth and B streets, where orders can he left for check ing of r-jiggnge to destination from hotels and residences. o' 'f-,0 General Passenger Agent. S. M. PREVOST. General Manager. ALTIMORE AND O H.O o RAILROAD. Schedule in effect December 7. 1596. Leave Washington Trom station corner oC - ew Jersey avenue and C street. t. .. .ca ana Northwest. VestlbulaJ Limited trains. 10.00 a. m.. 8.05 p. m. t- 7f, '"ctnnatl. St. Louis and Indianapolis. 11 30 Limited. 3.40 p. m.; expreas, wr -.Vkurg and Cleveland, exprea Caily. 10:00 a. m. and 8:50 p. nr. -. .. U'lticEester and way stations. 10 a. m. tb.30 p. m. For New Orleans, Memphis, Birmingham. Chattauorra, KnoxviUe. Bristol ami iLoanoke, 0.C0 p. as. daily; Sleeping Car through. or Lurar. 3.40 p. m. daUy. For Baltimore, week days. 5.00. 30. X i 05, X7.10, xiJ.OO, 8.30. X9.30.' j.00, XljJ.OO a. JII..XI2.05. 12.16. Xl2.3o.x3.00i 3uJo, X4.36. 4.40, X5.05. X5.15. X5.30. X6.20. 0.30. X8.00. .15l sU.20, 11 1 5! xl1x5 P m- anti X12.01 nignt. Sundays, X7 0otx7.10, 8.30, X9.00 a- m.,Xl2.05. X12.35, 1.00, X3.00. 3.25. 440. 5 06 S5.15, 6 30, xh.OO. X&.20. 11.15, X11.6U p. nu, X12.01 night. For Annapolis, 7.10 and8.30 a.m., 12.10 and 4.36 p. m, Sundays, 8.30 a. m.. 4.4Q p. m. For Frederlct. week days, 7.35 a. m, 12.00 noon, 4:30, 5.30 p. in. Sundaja 1:16 p. ns. For hagerstown, 110:00 a. m. and :5:30 p. m. For Boyd and way points, week days 7.35 a. ns., 4.30, 5.30, 7.03 p. m. bd days, 1.15. 7.05 p. in. For Gaithersburg and way points, wee! flays, 7.35. 9.00 a. m.. 12.60, 3.15, 4:301 4.33. 550. 7.05. 11.40 p. m. Sundays. 9.00 a. m.. 15, 4.50, 7.0o, 10.15 p. m. For Washington Junction and way point 7-35 a. m.. 4.30. 5.30 p. in. Week dayS 1.15 p. ns. Sundaya. For Cape May, 10 a. m.. 12nn.in. ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA. All trains lliuiniu-Ued wilts 1 luiiiCTi light. For i'hlludelphla. New Yrk. Boston, and the East, week day3, S.OO, tlO.OO a. m. v-fc r i t i wi 1 to !; ii..it.np.,i j iik O.VIU l. III. liurieC l'arlor Cars on all day trains. For AtlanUo City, 10-00 a. no., 12.01 noon, and 12-35 p. m. week days. 12.31 u. m. uuua;o tExcept Sunday. "Dally. xExpreas iruiua. Boggase called for and checked from notcis and residences by Union Transfor Co- on orders leTt at ticket officeg. 61Q Pennsylvania avenue n- w.. New Yora avenue and Fifteenth street, and at depoC WM- M. GREEN. CHAS. O. SCULL, Gen- Manager. Gen. Pass. Agfc. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. (Piedmont Air Line.) (Schedulelnerrcct December 1.1890.) All trains arrive and leave l'ennsylvanla Passenger Station. b a. m. Dally. local for Danville. Char lotte and way stations, connects at Manas has for Struaburg. Harrisonburg and way stations, daily, except Sunday, and at Lvnchburg with the Norfolk and West ern, dailv. and with the Chesapeake and Ohio, daily. Tor the Natuial Bridge, and Lexington. li-15 a.m. Dally.the UNITED STATES FAST MAlL.carrlesPullman Buf ret Sleep ers. New York and Washington to Jackson ville, uniting at Salisbury; with Pullman Kleeper for Ashevllle and Hot Springs. N. V. Knoxville and Chattanooga. Tenn.. and at Charlotte with Pullman Sleeper for . . .-- I..llr..M TlllfrotSl....roT. TCooV.! Sleeper. .e jw .i" .ii..ii.. ouuu iraia Washington to New Orleans without change- Sunset personally conducted tour ist excursion through aiceper on this train every Saturday to San Francisco, wlthcu C4-0iep-m-Loca,for Front Royal. Stras Lurg and Harrisonburg, dasly, except Sun- a4?51 p- m. Dally. local for Charlottes ville 10:43 p. m.-Dally. WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN. VEST1RULED, LIM ITED composed or I ullman Vestibuled Bleepera. dining cars and day coaches. Pullman Sleepers New lork to Ashevillo and Hot Springs, N. C; New York to Timpa via Charlotte. Columbia. Savannah and Jacksonville, and New Xork to Mem phis via Birmingham. New York to N'tiw Orleans via Atlanta andMcntgomery. Ves tibuled d:v roach Washington to Atlanta, Southern Railway dining car, Greensboro toTU0UrS WASHINGTON AND OHIO DIVISION leave Washington 9:01 a. m. dally and 4.45 p. in. daily except Sun day, and 6.25 p. in... Sunday only, for Round Hill: 4 32 p. m. daily, except Sua day. for Leesburg, and 6 ..; p. m. daily for Herndon. Returning, arrive at Washing ton 8 26 a. m. and 3:00 p. m. daily. from Round Hill, and 7:06 a. m. daily, excepc Sunday, from Herndon, and 8 34 a. m. daily, except Sunday, from Leesburg. Through trains rrom the South arrivu aC Washington 6:42 a.m.,2:20 p.m.. and 9:40 p.m. daily, Manassas division; 12:40 p. m. daily, oxcept Sunday, and 8:30 a. us., dally. Irom Charlottesville. Tickets, sleeping car reservation and In formation furnished at offices. 511 and 1300 Pennsylvania avenue nnd at Pcnijsyl--vania Railroad Passenger Station. VY.U. UltEKN, lien. Siupt. d. M. CULP, XrafXic Manager. Y. A. TURK,. Gen. Pass. Ajjen. L.S. Drown. Pen. Agt. I'nsw. Depfc1 FOKJU1HE. FOR HIRE Full dress suits, $1 only. JtLlCSOussEN. ilO-'.Uist. nw. i!e4-tt run m let io urummers una business men, horse and buggy or Dayton, $1.60 ana $2pcrrtay. Apply to the REX JiTABLES, rear 615 K st. nw.; telephone call. 109. myiu-tt &.05 Uintn: Curl, (1-t.Ol nitit; Sleeping Car open at 10.U0 oclock, Suntlaya, ti.0U a. m. Dlnms Uir, ( 1 -.35 Dmin; Car), 3.00, (5.U5DinlnicCar, 1-.01 nisht.sleepiujr car A-.n tan !? !!- A 1illTlnn:il trilni fnt Philadelphia, week days. 7.05 a, m., daily.