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THE TIMER. "A'gBMT6"gi DAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1897.
MONEY TO .LOAN Fwm $5 to $50 to re
llablo parties at legal rate of interest;
money advanced on bicycles. ROOM 8.
Central "Building, 9tu ana Pa. ave.
Without removal from possession or owner.
Yqu can have tUe money the day you
apply for it. Payments on the principal,
of anyarnount, wfllbc received at anytime,
which willlessen cost of loan.
No'cost to you if loan is not nuido.
Strictly confidential.
Please call Tor rurthcr Information
aull-tr-cin Cu2F st.nw.
LOANS, made on approved collateral, bucIi
as'llfe policies, blocks, bonds, building
association Miarcs. syndicate r-crtiricated.
etc. Ko delay. YERKES & BAKER, 11 10
F fet. Take elevator. tf
MONEY TO LOAN ajCtfGl&nd G per cent,
security, real estateTaWlatrict of Colum
bia, no uelay beyond an inspection r prop
erty, and examination or titie. WALTER
E. ACKER. 7u4 lath Ft nw. niU'JS-tf
Ldhns madcon Furniture, Pianos, Horses,
Wagons, etc., at lowest rate, and quickest
IKtKslble time, strictly ooiut.ientia'.. lien.-;
call before securing loan" elsewhere.
GlO F ELllW. .
"MONEY TO LOAN- S1.00O up wax .1, ax. G
and 5 I-2:per cent on D. C. real estate:
$250, $500, etc., uc 6 per cent; all
transactions conducted with economical
ecu&tferation tor borrower.
npIG-tf 1407 F si nw.
"WANTED Bv, seventeen, for clear store:
quickest place to gel work. EXCHANGE
BUREAU, 721 13tli St. nw. It
"WANTED -Boy for barber shop, to lather
and ootnb hair. Apply at once, BAR
BER, this office. It
"WANTED A -white barber for Saturday.
Apply GEORGE C. STARK, 1310 3-d
St. uw. It
WANTED -White second butler for small
faintly; $30; private family; ref. re
quired. Gl-l 13th nw. It
WANTED -Cooks, dishwashers and wait
ers, porter, driven,, clerks, laborers,
boys; places furnished till suiwd. CITY
xi w. XK-25-3t
"WANTED Eoy to rood press ami make
read?. Apply to GEO. P. KILL1AN X.,
12-11 7th fet. nw. no24-3t
WANTED S laHnrs and 3 lclrcis tn la
dle" coats- E. HORGAN, 806 K St. nw.
WANTED -Men to learn barber trade;
new system; only eight wrekb required;
Poettioas fumtstied -when through; tools
donated; -write for free catalocue. MO
WANTED-A good white girl, 14 years
old, la tuake Herself useful around iioitMi
and mind baby: small wagefc, but good
lionie. Apply at falO A St. te. It
"WANTED Two girls for oriental dcritrt
ment: white houeegirl and cook. EX
CHANGE BUREAU, 7-:l 13th fct. nw. It
WANTED A half-grown white girl for
ligtic uouseworK. wo olu hi. uw.
"WANTED White niirse for girl C years
old, and do plain sewing; rets. G14 l-itii
nw. It
"WANTED White general bouseworfcer for
S(uaiLXmily; $16 or M2 witnout wasli-lnK-
G14. 13Ui nw. It
"R'ANTED'-French maid for lady; plain
hawing. oxpocted also- 014 13th nw. It
WANTED Experienced buttoHliule mak
ers; well paid. Apply at once at 501
I'M K. nw., Room Iv. n25-3t-eiu
WANTED--01 women and 3 girls will
lie Xat-uTshed places with lots of turkey
and cranberry "sass" at SHACKLE
FORD'S, all this week. 427 11th st. nw
WANTED A nice white woman fur general-
jKMiscwork In a town near city; a
aod liome to right perton. Call or ad
dress, with terms. 432 N. J. ave. nw.
WANTED Two first-class lady canvasMjrs;
good selling article; liberal commission
and permanent position to right parties;
ladies mast be neat, attractive and good
talkers. Address PaULS, this office.
IKJ24-3C ;
"WANTED Will give good home with small
wage to respectable white girl to do
cliamberwork and help with children. Ad-
drefasGA'RKIERT.City Postofflce. no24-3t
"WANTED -Middle-aged, white woman,
German prel erred. Tor all worn in family
of 2; permanent, with good Lome, If sat
isfactory. Address, with terms, H. D.,
this office. nc23-3t-em
-Jiii. FEMALE.
WANTED Bright young man or young
lady, who live at home, aial somewhat
understands typewriting, to atiewl office;
Miiail pay; rers. required. THE GOVERN
MENT OFFICIAL, Room 24, 802 F st.
nw. - It, em
WANTED Reliable men and women to
solicit stock for building association; will
pay liberal commission; must bring refer
ences: apply between 10 and 12 o'clock.
Et. nw. no25-3t
WANTED -Help of all kind, male and fe
male. Call at Ho. 5 15th st. nw., ex
tended. uo25-3t
"WANTED -Old man, good penman, ac
countant's correspondent, wishes care
of oiiico. TRUSTY, thit office.
WANTED By intelligent young man. po
sition as stenographer, under bookkeeper,
or secretary. VIRGINIAN, this office.
WANTED By a young man, place ascood
cook; can give the best of ref. Call at
once, G4 Dcireeb st. uw. no25-bt
middle-asred laiiv. ninro
a uuioiihukiu lor luvaiui or taKe care
or liule girls. Box 24, East End. Alex
andria Co., Va. uo26-3t
WANTED-By a first-class washer 'and
ironer, work to do at home, or out, day
or week. Call or address 1524 26th bt
nw. no26-3t
WANTED A competent woman wants sit
uation as cook; good cltyrer. 1405 P st.
nw. no2G-3t
"WANTED By colored woman, situation as
Tirat-cla cook, in private family, or will
take wjuitotag at home. 340 Elm st. nw.
"WANTED Cook and general houseworker;
ateogfrlchambermHidor nurss;0. K.clty
references. 1 702 l-210thbt.nw. co25-at
WANTED- By a colored woman, place
tooo-k,waso andiron. 1525 12th bt.nw.
"WAKTEIl By country girl, place In private
rMni!yaoook or general housework. 107
Mxg aye, nw. no24-3t
"WANTED By respectablecolored glrl.placc
a cook; wash and iron; private ramily;
rets.; stay nights. 810M st.jaw1no24:at
WANTED By respectable white girl, place
as chambermaid or light ltouswork; no
washing aud ironing and will assist with
otMtdrtst- 1321 w tt. nw. no22-4t
HELP of all kind rurnlsbed free; make
your own selections at our office, or send
postal. Teleplwne 1206. EXCHANGE
BDREAm72l lath nw. uo2-lmo
EOUTIfSfRN AGENCY selects all help free
of Ciiarge. Send postal. 300 ii st. uw.
WAKTED Place by white man and wire
Trom Country, with girl. 8 years; wife
good cook; man generally ufcetul; good
drfver; city or country; both will take S3
and board. Address L., this office.
FREE help -furnished to rartJes clesiring
AGENCY. r04 E st- nw. iiolG-lruo
BBRVANTS, clerks, typewriters or any
one wishing a situation will be dealt
MENT GENCY , 504 E st. n w.
WANTED-SOto 15 "weekly "eauv7nade
working for us at your home; no can
vassing or experience required; permanent
employment the year round; write today,
and we will tend you full particlars to
begin work Jiuineuiately. Address CO
LOMBIAN MAtFAcrraixG t ompai-,
03 N. GthbLTPlaiaCelphia, Fa. lt-cin
BuraxEss aiAxag.
FORtfjfLE-Afeap,'' it sold at once, a first
class pool room; in a fine location; -1
tabic: owiht lias to leave town. Address
K-,, this office. It
FOR SALE -One of the finest grocery and
provision stores in Washington; invoice
SI, poo; no reasonable offer refused. Call
or address; arter'n p.hWiit202i ytn mv.
FOR SALE Grocery at a Largain, 4 1-2
it. bw ..'doing jicou hliblnebs; good reason
for selling. CREAMER & CO., jQlfi 14th bt.
FOR SALE-Storcs, groceries, cigar, pool
rooms, lunchrooms, saloons in test loca
lion in citv. Call and see us rurcbaFers,
before you "buy a- bu&Inesb. CREAMPR &
CO., 01 5l-ith st. t i no2G-3t
WANTED Partner, -who desires to invest
$500; snap. CREAMERS CO., G15 14th
st. no20-;it
FOlTsALE Aiiayinp xtiilk route. For
particulars address T-M., this office.
FOR SALEA7hiimll licensed hotel in
Maryland; lease, license, etc: cheap.
ALBERT, thl office. . , i.o24-3t-eiii
FOR SALE-Stock and fixtures; small
grocer y. - 017 Ma, avo. uw. nu24-3t-em
Jcvu tA.Lii., Drug btore: Rood corner; es
tablished ID years; price only $800.
COMMERCIAL, 510 F nt. nw. no24-3t-ein
STORES bold quick for cash by the OLD
Bro.,propUetqrs,510 Fmv. no24-3t-em
FbR LE-vliolesaTeand rctaif gro
cery business on 7ti st. nw.: old cstali
IWied stand- will seir at inventory. COM
AlEttCIAL , olO i' st.nw. no2-J-3t-em
IOR SALE Fine grocery store; doing
pood business, rem. cheap; must sell to
settle estate; price, SSSOO. COMMERCIAL,
510 F.st.uw,
FOR SALE Coal yard: Rood locatfcir.low
rent and lonpleahenn Rood runningorder.
Address COAL, tins oriice. l ol-i-Gt.em
GO'ftrD'DN'LAP, to buv or sell out a
business quick. Business Agency. HOG
Fst. no4.-3t
CIGAK STOKE, neaT busy corner: so ar
mhj'chI the reut only $7;. snap. DUNLA1',
00G F sD. ' " uo24-3t
GROCERY STORE, located In a thickly
fcettled neighborhood: establihiied, paying
stand: nrJce 53og.,,Di;iNLAP, HOG F st.
nu2-l-3t" J " '
LUNCIIROOM-Ccntral. attractive loca
tion: exceptional bargain: for small in
vewncnt; price !?200. DUNLAP, UoG F
st. no24-3t
FOR SALE-OId egtabllsiied saloon, on
7tiisj.nw.;doinjr big bu8iutts;i;ood reaKiu
for Hellins; bargain. CREAA1ER & CO.,
Glo 14th st. nw. no24-3t
tiitr -a t , . i
FIXTURES, buitable for grocery business,
iConiplete uud uttractive, i,ffercl at ex
ceptioud.1 bargain. DUNL.M', 00G F bt.
FOR KENT Seven sets or furniture com
plete, embracing- bedroom suites, dining
room and kitchen. Addresw 1'UKMTuHb,
this office. - uo24-3t
CONFECTIONERY and l;akery-Establish-lishcd
paying stand: owner retiring trom
buips;,i;plcudnlJoeatIou. DUNLAP, 000
Fst. ' no24-3t
FOR S'A LE-Come and get this dairy lunch
business; bst location in city; doing bi
lHMines-; good xvasnus for belling; bargain.
CREAMER & CO., 015 14th st.nw.
no24-3t .
FOR SALE -Old established grocery, meat
and provlsUnstore; riW.:prouiinentcorner;
po arrangeil rent only $7.50; large boube.
CREAMER & CO., GIG 14th st. aw.
FOR SALE -One of the best little meat
markets in Washington; on a corner and
cheap rent- Apply to No. 1G51 11th st.nw.
. ,110233611 , ..
FOR SALE Cheap; 50 buMness wagons,
suitable for grocers, luuntiry, bakers and
all trades. All kinds of wagons, with or
without top. Finest line of wagons In the
city, can ana sect hem. wm. WALTERS
SON. 44th andDtstsnw.
FOR SALE Drug Btorc", proprietor In ill
health, deslica to sell a drug btore. In
northwest", will sen cheap to proper party.
Apply to GEORGE W. DREW, Atfy at
LaWf.Mertz bids-, Uth and F bts. nw.
oc2ti-l mo-em
OLD CARPETS laid at 4c. yd- Fine
.-carpets a specialty. By expert layers.
GUARANTEE, 1102 O St. nw. no2G-3t
L.vCE curtains laundered equal to new;
no lime; 30c. per pair; mail attended to.
7115UiEt.nw. no25-3t
GO TO Creamer & Co. ir you want your
-busineas advertised, bustled, and -nUl
quiok; no delay. ;io2 5 3l
PAD BILLisxullected'or no charge. H. D.
GORDON, Attorney, 1321 F st.nw.
no24-3t,cmr --
gmm s ueieorateo puysiciau, saj j- -
have been rminllnr-witir the usage of the
Blue Ridge Spriugs water for twenty years
past, and have very often recommended
it in mv practice. For dyspepsia, espe
cially w'neu accompanied with ucid lndi
gestfbn, I know of no superior water, and
as a corrigent and regulator of secretion
it is' beneiicial in coiibtipation which Is
theresultof Indigestion. I have known of
tome remarkable cures which have resulted
from its use. The late Judge Joyncs, of
the Court of Appeals, died to say that he
never feared to dine when lie hud access
to it. For tale at HERDLISKA'S, 1309
G fct., and SHAFERS, 103 Pa. ave.
nw-. no24-3t
DANCTNG-Waltz and two-step taught In
a few lessons; no clashes; private lessons
as cheap as class lessons. MISS MARIE
LEONARDO, 619 M bt. nw. no24-Gt
I .WILL furnish any gentleman or lady
with information that will secure them a
very, lucrutiYctJiud-peniianent pobitiou at
once, who will enclose 10 cents and rers.
Box J.33,thHofflce. no23-3t,em
WE want you to think of us when you
want any painting done. We U
make prices low enough. Rooms
papered, $2 up.
F. G. uil'E, blO uth bt. Io branch.
THE KITCHEN Try Mrs. F. C. Chandler's
homemade bread. 182G 7th st. nw.
no23-Ot-em -v .
BOYS' odd vests, No.
them away lor 15c.
12 to 19: giving
SELBY, 1903 Pa.
TBE best $2 "men's bbbes In Washington;
500 pairs to belect from; all tne leaumg
bbares and btylcs; No. 6 to 11. SELBY
1903 Pa. ave. no23-4t
A SOLID all-wool pants can be bad at
SELBY'S ror-tne' sum of $2: every
color on the calendar. 1903 Pa. ave.
MEN'S box calf bulldog toe, S2.50; else-
wfcoro SS.fsn. SET.HY. 19fi:t Pa. ava
where S3.50
SELBY, 1903 To., ave
50c LADIES' house slippers, No. 3, to
be sold quick, 25c. At SELBY'S, 1903
Pa. ave.J no23-4t
MISSES-cloth warm slippers, No. 11 tc
2: must buy quick; 2Cc. SELBY. 1903
Fa. iave no23-4t
JOB lot of men's working pants, 78c
while they last. SELBY, 1903 Pa. ave.
BOYS' recrers, cut in the latest or fashion
S1.48; extra izcs 1.98. SELBY. 1903
Pa. 'ave. no23-4t
LOOK HERE Hvpcra will clear your
place or Toadies and water bugs In 10
days; no poison. Drop a postnlfo r informa
tion 'to thcHYPERA COMPANY, 930 Pa.
ave. no22-7t,em
SMITH, Premier, and Remington Type
writers Tor snle-or- rent; machines m
periect order. JOHN C. PARKER, 617
619 ,7th bt. nw. uo20-15t,em
WALL TAPERS; all the latest styles;
rooms papered from 2 up. CHARLES
C SILENCE, 1341 I bt. ne. no20-Gt-em
LADIES, learn to make your own dresses
and save, money; an eaby and perfect
system taught for a very low figure, at
2134 Pa. ave. no20-6t-em
TYPEWRITERS rented at reduced rates;
with privilege of nurchase: stammrd
makef. preliminary instruction free. NEW-
st. nw.
ROBERT M. HARROVEIt, Ranges. Stoves
and Furnao Renairiug; Tinning and
Beating; Aluminum "Cookmg Vessel.. 438
Ninth et. nw. oc28-lmo
WILL SELL your furntture; will store
your furniture: will accommodate you
with a loan on same; no Interest charged;
liberal dealing; drop postal and will call.
MARCUS NOTES. C37 La-ave. ec30-2iiio
SB0ES repaired while you wait; half soles
and heelfc, 40c. and 50c. 341 and 229
Pa. ave. nw.; best work guaranteed.
REMOVAL of aluminum store from 1435
to ,493 Pa. ave. - no2-lmo
Printing 500 cards, 75c; 50U envelopes.
75c; 500 note heads, 75c; 500 stato
meutB. 75c; binding magazines, 50c;
miscellaneous books rebound. G. E.
WILLIAMS. Gtr ?th st. nw fpfi-tf
FOR, RENT A large 2-story-brICk stable;
room for 8 horses, and carriage .house;
alley bet. H antl-i-and -3d and 4-1-2 sts.
fcTW. B. LEONARD, 530 4 1-2 St. rw.
FOli' RENT Furnisheiirono or tiyo rooms
on parlor floor; terms rcabonable. Apply
2l uth st. nw. uoEO-at.
FOR RENT Two front rooms on second
floor; unfur. or partly fur.; well Upland
and heated. 1304 R st. no 26-3 1
FOR RENT -800 12th st. nw,; entire 2d
floor; also bull and basement; location
central. no25-0t
FOR RENT 830 12th St. nw., nunny room;
3 windows; corner liouBe; fur.; $10.
FOR RENT Fur. rooms: heat, pas and
bath; very reasonable; board if dfhired.
Mrs. SALKELU, 821 4th Bt. ne. no25-3t
FOR KENT 3 communicating rooms, 2d
Uoor front; heat, pus and bath; Si 15. 700
G th nw. no2 E-3C
FOR RENT Nicely rur. rooms: first and
second floor; near Capitol and Library;
with or without Doaid. Inquire uzo dd
st. se. no25-3L
FOR RENT -101-1 10th it. nw., pleasant
fur. rooms, with board; also table board.
FOR RENT Room on the 1st floor and
Trout room on 3d floor; cheap. 1017
14th st. uw. i i:o24-3t,em
FOR KENT -1204 Mass. ave. nw., front
room; private inniUy; liuclccation; very
reasonable. no25-4t
FOR RENT-Fur. rooms, with cr without
board. 434 1 st. nw. no2D-3t
FOR KENT-Second floor, nicely furnished,
for light housekeeping; beat, gas; private
family; SI 5; to adults. 012 V a. ave. sw.
11024-3 1 .
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms;
with boaid; suitable ror four young men
or two couples: terms very icasonable.
No. 051 Mass. ave. no24-3t
WANTED -Two nicely furnished com
municating rooms with iKiurd, for tody
and two gentlemen; centrally located;
north wst preterm!; conveniences neces
sary. Address C, this office, no24-3t
FOR KENT- Most desirable rooms, in all
parts or city; come and get our list.
CREAMER & CO., G15 J -Mist. nw.
no21-3t .
FOR RENT -To two persons, eithersex, nice
front room and excellent board; moder-
ate terms. 1019 8th St. nw. no21-7 1
two lovely furnished rooms; bath on same
floor. 415 G st. nw. no24-3t
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, on 2d
rioor, light housekeeping; heat; gas for
cooking; all mod. imp. 231 1st st. nw.
FOR EENT-1131 11th st. nw.; pleasant
home, back parlor, S8; another nice room,
$8; neally furnished, first-clans fcituatlon.
no24-3 1
FOR ItENT Second-floor front room, $14;
also 4th-htory rront, $G. 423 4th st.
nw. no24-3t
FOR RENT 805 K tt. nw.; large, ivell-
furnlslied 2d-stvjry front room, boutii front;
with board; reduced rats. no24-3t
FOR KENT Three or Tour rooms; in. I.;
Tor housekeeping; furnished or unfur
nished; call any day after 0; Frl. and Sat.
from 1 0 to 4 also. 21Mst-nw. no24-Jt
FOR RENT Fur. parlors on 1st floor; also
2 nicely fur. rooms on 2d floor. 1201
1 1 th st. nw. no23-3t,em
FORRENT 3 roomsoti 3d floor, with use
of bath, and 4 rooms on 2d flour, with
private bath, unfur., for light housekeep
ing, l cad y Dec. 1; being newly painted and
papered; cor. housv, plenty of light.
OWNER, 337 n st. ne. no23-3t.em
FOR RENT Two nice rooms on 1st Uoor;
suttuble for light housekeeping, at
13235ih bt. nw. no23-3t,em
FOR RENT-3 beautiful fur. rooms; sult-
uble for gentleman and- wife or single
gentlemen; every convenience. 1110 5tn
st.nw. " ,' no23-7t
OR RENT Furnished rooms: cwitlem
only; 310 ISth bt. nw. " no23-7
FOR KENT In inOdern'bdUscTfsecoT.d-story
room, witii rirft-ciass liourd; tenns, -16"
innulhli- foi twoaddlt3f rereienc'es ev-
changed. 1G29 R st. no21-Ct
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front and
back rooms, completely liirttiiihedroD light
houspkeoiilug. 317 Pa. ae. uw., 2d Uoor.
no21-Gt - ... TM,t,.,ov,.
FOR RENT To gentlemen.. Jiiceljt rX ur.
Inrge second story Trout room; bay
window; southern exposure, also room on
patlor rioor, well fur.: latrolic Move In
room; very suitable Tor gentleman. 1453
Q stujiW; no20-tt
FOR BENT A nicely-furnished room, suit
able for two gentlemen, with good table
lward, $4 a week aplccn; a nice front room,
S2 a week; near E. Cap. st. cars, Library
and Capitol. l'Gtnst. ue. iioju- t-t-u.
FOR RENT-3 or 4 desirable rooms, with
bath; light houbrikeepingall 'mod'. Imps.;
car convenient. 1338 U st.nw. no2G-at
FOR RENT 2 unrur. rooms, suitable for
housekeeping; -heat, gas, private liath;
rent very reasonable. 717 Oth at. ne.
"FOR RENT Unfurnished; 1322 13th st
nw.; yd story; two adjoining front rooms;
lanr" 'osets; buy window; neut, gio, i;um.
FOR RENT 3 unfur.conimuulcatiug rooms;
light housekeeping; a. m.i. 85 K st.nw.
no25-3t . '
FoR RENT-A suite of 4 rocms-heat and
gas: best location In city. Call 621 Mass.
ave. ne. no25-3t
FOR RENT Three unfur. rooms on second
floor, heat and light; pi ice SI 5. 1521
12th st.nw. no25 .it
FOR RENT-3 unfurnished rooms; heat,
gas and bath; 2d floor; S13 per month.
219 Ninth st. sw. no24-3t-em
FOR RENT Unfur. basement for caterer;
lent taken In meals; near Palais Royal.
723 11th st. uw. no24-3t-em
FOR RENT 214 A st. se.; 3 rooms, un
furnished, 2d floor; hair-square east of
Library. U024-3C
FOR RENT Three uutur. rooms; 2d floor;
bath same floor. 1006 E St. sw.
FORRENT Sunftary "Flats for white"
tenants only; Bates st., between P and
Q, N. Capllol aud 1st bts. nw.; 3-4 rooms:
baths; cellar; separate entrance and yards;
modern improvements; price, $1 0 to $12.50;
IMPROVEMENT CO., ofrico 1819 Q St.
ii w. 8-9 a.m., 12-1.30.-1-7 p.m. no24-3tem
FOR RENT-Flat 1425 R. st.nw.; 3 unfiir.
rooms; light aud heat; 1 fur. room on 1st
floor. no23-7t
FOR RENT $7; unfur.;2 sub-bascmentand
1 2d-floor rooms. 420 Is". "Y. ave. nw.
FOR RENT A first-class, upright piano,
to private parties; SI monthly, 140S
10th st., near O st. no24-3t-em
"WANTED Young man would like to en
gage room and board where there are no
otner boarders; a hoube occupied by a lady
prer erred. Address EUGENE, thlb otflce.
unlurnlshed, and for light hou.se
keeplug; all prices; all locations. Get
our list. No ouarge for information. EX
CHANGE BUREAU, 721 13th nw.
WANTED Room and board in nw., by
young married couplp, at reasonable
rate. State terms. Address Box 25, this
office. It
WANTED Quiet unfurnished room, for
light housekeeping, by lady and daugh
ter; not th west; rent must be low. Address
M. U. C, this office. lb
WANTED By married couple, 1 or 2 fur.
rooms with private family; bet. E. Cap.
and C sts, 1st and 7th bts. ne.; state
terms, which must be reasonable. Address
RESIDENT, this office. lt-em
WANTED Furnished rooms, also board;
uR locations; for departmental people and
Congressmen; register now; no charge to
Room 24, 802 F st. nw. no25-3t-em
WANTED-By 4 adults, 3 or 4 unfurnished
rooms, light and heat; near Capitol or
Smithsonian preferred; price not exceeding
15. Address F. C, 113 5th st. se.
WANTED-By a j'oung couple, two unfur
nished rooms, with private family, in nw.
Address M. K., this office. no25-3t
WANTED-2 unfurnished, communicating
rooms by genteel married couple for
light housekeeping; 1 front; with heat and
light, or without.in privatefamllypref erred;
state lowest pilce. Address NORTHWEST,
this office. no24-3t-em
WANTED Unfurnished room; will do
work of any kind Tor whole or part rent.
Address SEWING.thlsofflce. no23-3t-em
WANTED -Flat; unfur., smallrKOod heat;
central; cheap; state price; two adults
and child. Addrets AGRlL.this office.
! OK RENT Desirable 8-room brick liouse,
003 1-2 4th tt.; opposite Pension Office;
m. I.; Key at 014 3d st. mv. no2G-3t
FOR RENT 5J-3 l'et.le., $14. OWNF.B.'I
lu uei. ave. ue.,? no25-3t
FOR RENT-432 Q rttnT.; house open;
G rooms, hall, range, bath, gas; new
papering; back buildlHg; parking? large
back yurd. arranged fur '- luiuiiles:im
pruveiimntt finished. ,&Lfci.50. mj2C-3c
FOR RKNT-$22.5u"n,he best for "the
money; nearly new three-story brick,
seven rooms and bath;-a. m. 1.; on wide
avenue", 20 yards from Metropolitan Elec
tric road, ne. Appjy B,EIHK.LL & Mc
LERAN, 1008 F st. nw. no24-4t
FOR RENT Six rooms" and bath, with
all modern lmprovcmen ts: newly paper
ed and painted, 1003 5th st. nw. Apply
1009 7tn st.nw. for the key. no25-Jt
FOR RENT-Cot'fage; 915 P st.nw.; five
rooms; latrobe.gas, batn.etc; largjyard;
cellar and stable. no25-3t
FOR RENT-EurnitiUed, new, 1 1-room Duff
briek; all modem improvements; clieerrul;
handhomcly det-orateu; very desirable. 42
M st. nw. no24-7t-cm
FOR KENT No. 1014 Oth ft. nw., 7 rooms
and bath; hot and cold wjiHr; reduced to
20.50. S. J. SPEAR, 450 Pa. ave.
FOR KENT-Tho best for tho money:
nearly new three-story brick, seven room
and bath; a. m.I.;on wide avenue; 20 yards
Jrom .Metropolitan Electric rood, ne. Apply
IIEISKELL & McLERAN, 100a F st. uw.
no24-l t
FOR KENT Two now 7-rcom bricks; re
duced to $16 pr month: 211 and 215 IC
st. ne. luciuira next door. no24-3t
FOR RENT By owner, on Columbia cable
line, Groom house; bath; concrete cellai;
a. m. I.: shed on .wide alley; reduced to
$17.50 to caieful, .permanent tenant. In
quire 902 II st. ne., or 138 1 st.se.
FOR RENT 2 elx-rpom houses, GE4 and
GSG 4th st. ne.; lent, $12.30. W. L,
AR.MIGER. 34 list. nw. llo23.ot.tni
Reward for the re
turn -.of Pug- Dog
named "Beacon." Strayed
November 16th, No ques
tions asked. - Return to
-1103 Pa. Ave.,
Next to "Star.''
LOS i -V ill lady who was seen picking up
lady's hand-made scarf on Sunday, Nov.
14, on 2d St., between C aud D sts. ne.,
return to 92o Md. ave.; receive lewaro.
LOST Thursday, Nov. 19, lamon and
white pointer; lemon head, blaze face,
lamon star: return 1031 O st. nw.: no
qucbtiuns; liberal reward, lt-em
LOST Sunday, November 14, a gold chain
and blue locket. Reward If returned ro
G28Fst.sw. no25-3c
LOST One large bay horse and top buggy;
strajed off or was stolen from lront
of 90b B bt. nw. Any information of frame
will be rewarded. SWEENEY & BR0.
LOST Monday evening, black chiffon Lea.
containing ostrich tips return to 307
C bt. nw. and receicv.e"ward. no23-3t,em
t t(!
Should be read daily., as changes may
occur at any time.- ,ir'1
FOREIGN MAILS nVii'Vorwarded to the
ports of sailing dalljf, and the schedule
of closings is arranged.on tue piesumptlon
of their uninterrupted overland transit.
For the week ending1 November 27, 1897,
the last connecting closes are made at
this oirlce as follows.
Transatlantic Mails.
FRIDAY -(b) At7r20ti. m.,ror Europe,
per s. 6. Lucanla, rrom New York, via
viueeiistowu. Letters tor" France, Switzer
land. Italy, Spain, Tottugal, Turkey, Egypt
and British India must be'directed "per Lu
cnula. ' ( b) At 9:20 p-id- for France, Switz
erland, Italy, Spain,-iFortuga!, Tnrkey,
lijrypt and British IncUa-.pr s. s. La Cham
pagne, 'from New York, via Havre- Let
ters for -other parts-of Europe 'must be
directed "per La Champagne.'' (c) At
10:55 p. m, for Netherlands direct, par s. s.
Obdam, from New York, via Rotterdam.
Lettc-rs must be directed "per Obdam."'
(c) At 10:53 n. m. for Genoa, per s. s.
Werrn, l'ror.i New York. Letters must be
directed "per Werra.' (c) At 10:55 p. m.
for Scotland direct, per h. s. Anchorlu, from
New York, via Glasgow. Letters must be
directed "per Anchorin.'' (c) At 10:55
F. in. for Norway'dlrect, per s. s. Norge,
rom New York. Letters must ba directed
"per Norte. '
steamers bailing from New York on Tues
days take prmtscl matter, etc., for Ger
many, and i-pec hilly addressed printed mat
ter, etc.. Tor other partb of Europe.
The American and White Star bteamers
sailing from New York on Wednesdays, the
German bteamers on Thursdays, and the
Cunard, German and French steamers on
Saturdays, take printed matter, etc., for
all countries for which they are advertised
to carry-malls.
3Ia:ls for Sou til and Central A trier
Icu, West Indies. Etc.
FRIDAY (c)At 10:55 p. m., for St.
Thomas, Bt. Croix. "Leeward and wind
ward Islands, per s. s. Carrlbbee, from
New York. Letters for Grenada, Trini
dad, and Tobago must oe directed "per
Carrlbbee. (c) At 10:55 p. in., for
Fortune Island, Jamaica, Savanillu, and
Caitlmgcna, per s. s. Alleghany, from New
xorK. inciters ior iosia itica must be
directed "per Alleghany." (c)A't 10:55
p. m., for Haiti, per s. b. Andes, from
New York, via Port au Prince, Petit Goave,
Gonalvcs, and Jeremie. (c)At 10.55p. m.,
for Campeche, Chiapas, Tabasco, and
Yucatan, per s. s. Snrutoga, rrom New
York. Letters for other parts of Mexico
must be directed "per Saratoga."
SATURDAY (d) At 6 25 a. in., for Ja
maica, per s. s. Ardandhu, from Nov.
York. id) At 12:05 p. m.t for
St. Pierre-Miquelon, per s. s. from North
Sydney. ( b) At 2:35p. m.for Newfoundland
per steamer from North Sydney.
Mails for Newfoundland, by rail to Hall
fax and thence via steamer, close here
daily, except Sunday, at 12:05 a. in.
and on Suudays only nt 11:35 a. m.(d)
Mails for Miquelon, by rail to Boston
and thence via steamer, close here daily
at 3:20 p. m.(a)
Mails ior Cuba, by rail to Pert Tampa,
Fla., and thence via steamer to Havana,
calling Mondays and Thursdays, close here
dally at 3:00 p. m.
Malls for Mexico, overland (except those
for Campeche, Chiapas, Tabaseo.and Yuca
tan, which, after the Wednesday over
land close, will be forwarded via New
York up to and including the 10:55 p. m.
closing Friday), close here daily at 7:10
a. m. (d)
Transpacific Afnils.
Srails for Hawaii, per . s. Australia, from
San Francibco, closi here daily up to 0:30
p. in. November 24.(d)
Mails ror the Society Islands, per ship
Galilee, from San Francisco, close here
daily up to 0.30 p. m., November 24.(d)
Mails for China and Japan, specially ad
drefc.se"d only, per s. $ Knipnbs of Chlnu,
from Vancouver, clobc here dally up to
0.30 n. in., November 29". (d)
Mails for China and Japan, per s. s.
Gaelic, from San Francisco, close here
dally up to December l, at 6:30 p. m.(d)
Mails for Australia (except those for
"West Australia, which ore forwarded via
Europe), Nov Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji and
Samoan IMands, per s. s. Mariposa, from
Ean Francisco, close hcTtrdaily up to 6.30
p. m. December 3.(d)
Mails for Australia, (except West Aus
tralia , New Zealand, Hawaii, and FIJI
Islands, per s . s. Aorangl.froin Vancouver,
close here daily alter December 3, up to
6:30 p.ni, December G.(d'
Mails for China and Japan, per s. s.
Tacoma, from Tacoma,. close here daily
up to December 12, at 6:30 p. m.(d)
(a Registered malls plojse at 10 a. m.
came day.
(b'Registered malls close at 1 p.m.
same day .
(c'Reglstered mails close here at G p.m.
same day.
(d Registered mails close at 6 p.m.
previous day.
(o'Registered mails close at 1 p.m.
Tuesdays and Saturday's.
J AME1 P. WILLLTT. Postmaster.
COZ Y , warm dming-room; best board: c u:
venieut departments; car lines; home
cooking. 1106 Gth st. nw. no25-3t
FOR RENT A good 2d-fIcor room and
board for 2. Inquire at 103Ky. ave. se.;
oposlte Lincoln Turk". no24-3t-em
ED, ne.
-Room and board.
527 1-2 3d
EXCELLENT TABLE A few more board
ers can be accommodated ut 1401 Mass.
ave nw.; only two beautiful suites left.
FOR RENT 230 A st. se., nicely fur.
rooms, with good tabic board: or the entire
house if .desired; on square from Capitol;
corner house. - no22-7t,em
FOR RENT "Warm, cheerful room, with
good board, for couple or two gentle
men, $35 per month. 3338 P fit. nw.
J 9
, (for men) leads- all remedies In this city;
a prompt anu permanent cure or no cnarge:
cousultatiou free. DR. McKEEIIAN, 710
12th st. nw. no23-lmo
Cor. 12th
! and P Sts.
j ireaus succcsiuuy auutscaseHoi mo
iu lufii. -i i rnai. ij'.inirn. tieart. it-3.
m Brain, Blood, Skju. .Stomach. Kid-
ne6, Bladder, Nigl.t Losses. Sexual
eaKiicss, Bynmiis anu an special
diseases of either sex. Stricture,
Varicocele and Hydrocele cured for
lite without operation. No palu.
No loss or time.
W Dr. Yomij; employs no sub
stitutes, but hogs ench patient
Covers treatment and Medicines.
Hours 10 to 12 and 3 to 5 c'ally;
Sunday, 11 to 12 no23-tf
The Great Clairvoyant and Palmist.
Why remain In doubt about the outcome
or important aTfnirs of your life? Consult;
this gifted woman. She can give you the
information you are seeking. All your
wishes and desires can be accomplished.
Pad and evil lirluenccs rprnoved. Full
names given. Charges, D0c and SI, 1303
U st. nw. bo 11-2 It-em
When Others Fail, Consult
TI13 most able and i-uccessful Specialist
in the treatment of all Nervous, Chronic,
COMPLETE outllt of modern appliance,
X-RAY; Static, Furaihc and tidlvitnlo Elec
tricity enables him to treat with success, es
pecially inCatarrh, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia,
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Sexual Weak
nebs', Stricture, Ilemorrnolos, Syphilis and
lusfeabt-s of Women, free consultation from
9 to b. 019 i'a. ave. nw., Washington,
V. 0. nolO-tl
IC you are ruptured, you thould have a
properly adjusted truss. One that will
retain the hernia, and yet be comfortable.
Our more than twenty years' experience in
fitting, enables us to glvo satisfaction.
All trusses guaranteed.
Abdominal Supyorters, Elastic
Hosiery, Suspensories lite.
WasMogton Surgical Instrument House.
11 OS F Street N. V,r.
Medium and card reader. Washington's
most ramous clairvoyant and palmist, con
sult her on business, love aud family af
fairs; reunites the lepatated; lemoves
spells; causes speedy marriages, and gives
good hick; open dally; German spoken; 25c.
and 50c. 929 H st. nw. no21-14t
DUESS bUITS lor birC at Gamer's. 7th
and H sts. nolO-tf
perlcnc e. AU private diseases quickly and
permanently cured. SYPHILIS poiltlvely
cured m any stage. Consultation free.
Hours, 51 to 12, 2 to 5. Tues.,
Tllurs. mid Sat. evenings, 7 to 8.
No. (102 V st. n w. C;Ioed Sunday.
In obstetrics, gold medal awarded for lbs
telence of obstetrics from he University
of Munich, fcavuria; treats successfully
woman's complaluts and lrreguldriUes; pri
vate sanitarium for ladies before and dur
ing confinement Orfiro hours from 9 a
m to 6 p. m.. No. 610 Pa. ave. nw. se.3-tf
uou xr sitreot jNortnwest.
Uoldi ruling and bridge work a eue-
ciaity. at tho lowest price; amalgam nil,
tuga, coc; full sets ot tceth.on plates. 5:
t-iirucuug, eitncr Dy gas or local Bpray,
iibsolutely painless, 50c; without, 23c; all
Work done uy expertb, aud guaranteed the
beet; open on Sundays rrom' 10 to a
o'clock. mb22-tf
1102 New York ave , tilth and 1 nw.j;
circles, Tuesday and Friday, evenings; In
terviews daily; Sunday evening meetings,
Typocr-tphical Hall, 425 G bt. uw.
PRIVATE "SNAP For men; sure cure; salo
by all druggists; 30 cents. nolO-lm-em
THEY'RE GOING like hot cakesryou'll
need a first-class custom-made suit, or
overcoat; Just a little worn; and we'll
fcell you one at a figure that will make
us friends forever. JUSTH'S OLD S TAND.
619 D St. nw. no23-7t
MME. LA RAU, medium; tells past and
present; gives luck. 1223 1-2 F st. nw.;
walk upstairs. noS-lra,em
FOR SALE-Cheap-Excelsior, 200-eggT
incubator. 1013 G st.se. no2G-3t
FOR SALE-Boarding house, with 12
rooms and 10 Uoarders.wish to sell fur
niture and rent house. 208 Ind.ave.
no20-3t -JS
FOR SALE SIS heating stove for S9: one
10, S5; one 40 No. 10 shotgun for SIS.
948 New York ave. uo25-3t
FOR SALE First-class electric horse clip
ping plant. Address C. D., this of rice.
FOR SALE New sideboard, S10; oak ward
robe, $10: desk, folding bed, 7; cham
ber suite, SO; Fowler springs, Si: china
closet, $9; book shelf, Si; dining table, $5;
hair mattress, $5; dining chairs, 5Cc; one
extra large black walnut chamber suite,
?20; brabs trimmed iron Led, $4; leather
rocker, S2.50; willow rocker, $2; chif
fonier, $7; whatnot, 9; pier mirror. 5-15.
1721 Pa ate, nw., down stairs. uo24-3t
W ANTED To buy grocery fixtures; from
owner only; for cash. LANE, 922 E
st-jiW; no2-l-3t
FOR SALE-8-horscpower engine, cheap;
only run about 0 months; perfect condi
CO., 11 Ob E st. n w. uo25-t-em
FOR SALE Giocery; clean, salable stock:
will sell outright or half interest. OP
PORTUNITY, this office. no24-3t
FOR SALE A lot of Christmas tree orna
ments nt hair price; Mieet mublc, 90c
per 100 sheets to cloje; gold, bilver, fancy,
tissue and brick paper; tin shingles for doll
house, 10c per 100; Christmas cards, 60c
per 100; wonders for children. J.JAY
GOULD, 421 Oth st. no24-0t
FOR' SALE A lot of inbide bhutter doors
and sash. Inquire or W. T. OGLE,
Meridian Hill, between 16th and 17th nw.
FOR SALE Three show cases, with table.
FOR SALE YoungCubanand Mexican par
rots, monkeys, gold fishes, dogs, pigeou9,
canaries, incubators, Spratts and Austin's
dog bread; send for catalogue. SCUMID'S
BIRD BTORE. 712 12th st. nw. oc8-tf
FOR BALE 2.98 for 6-ft extension
table; lounges, ?2.50; cook stoves, $5;
heater, S2.50; parlor and bedroom suites,
SI par week: Cheap cash and credit. RED
MOND, 3137th st. nw. oc30-tr,em
FOR SALE-Samplc lot or fine ebotgunB at
sacrifice: call early ana get a bargain.
JULIUS COHEN, 1104 7th st. nw.
SPECIAL SALE this week of building
lots' at Ballstou, on the electric car line,
about two miles west ot Washington, be
tween the city and Falls Church. Size of
lots, 25 by from 100 to 151 feet deep,
running buck to a 12-foot alley, and front
ing on streets 50 feet wide. Trice 100
per lot. Terms, 5 down, balance $1
per week; no taxes or interest until lot
is paid for; a perfect title given. The
electric road runs through Ballstou every
halt hour to uud from Washington; fare
5 cts each way. There are two churches,
three btores, U. S. postotfice, a large
graded School, hud the car houses, station
and repair shops ot the railroad company at
Ballstou, and otlly 8 minutes' ride to the;
citv on electric car. Call at mv ofrico
for irian aud "plats. J. E. CLEMENTS,
Si '
st. 11W.
FOR SALE A pretty little home;
cozy ononis; one acre fine ground; very
healthy location; best roads; excellent
neighborhood; near Schools and churches;
Livingston road, 2 miles from Anacostla;
a bargain; $1,100. Address the OWNER,
1322 12th sfc. ue. no23-3t
Your Destiny Foretold by
Washington, Alexandria
Biul . ...
Mount Vernon. Railway.
From Station 13 1-2 St. & Pa. Ave.
In Effect November 14, 1807.
For ,i
1.15, 1.45, 2.05. ex.: 2.40. 3.20. 3.59.
ex.: 4.15, ex.; 4.50, 5.05, 5.20, ex.;
G.40, 6.05. ex.; 6.30, 7.06, S.00, 9.00,
10.00. 11.20. .LU59 p. m.
For Alexandria (Sundays), 7.45, 8.45,
9.45, 10.30, 11.15a. m., 12.00 noon, 12.45
1-30, 2.15, 3.00, 3.45, 4.30, 5.15, G.C0,
0-45, 7.30, 8.15. 9.00, 10.C0. 11.20 p. m.
For Mount Vernon week daysi G.30, 8.0O,
10-05, 11.05, ll.UO a- in., 12.05, 1.15,
2.05, 3.59, 7.0G p. m.
For Mount Vernon (Sundays), 7.45, 9.45
a. m., 12.00 noon, 2.15, 3.45 aud 6.45
p. m.
For Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge (week
days), 8.fR),,8.59, 10.OB, and 11.00 a.m.,
12.05, 12.20. 1,15,2.05, 2.40, 3.20; 4.15;
5.20, 6.05, 7.06 and 8.00 p. m. "
For Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge
(Suudaysi, T;45, 8:45, 9MO. 10:30 11:10,
h. m., 12-nO noon, 12:45, 1:30, 2:15,
3: 00, 3:45, 4:30, 5:15, G:00, 6:45,
7:30, 815 p m.
B3ggag'; checked free for passengers
holun.g firbt-clas-s tickets at station. Bl-tycir-s,
25 tents eatn. Parcels carried.
& Ohio Ry-
Tluoujjli the Grandest Srenery of
America, All TraiiiK Vestlnuled,
Electric I. touted, Steam Healed.
All Meals Served in Dlninj; Cms.
Minion Sixth and B Streets.
Schedule In effect November 1 4. 1397.
2:20 P. M. DAILY Cincinnati and St.
Duns Special build-train for Cincinnati,
Pullman sleepers to Cincinnati. Lexington,
Louisville, Indianapolis, aud St. Louts
without change. Parlor Cars, Cincinnati
to Chicago. Connects at Covington, Va.,
for Virginia Hot Spriugs.
11 lu t. M. nAijji F F. V. Limited"--Solid
tram for Cincinnati. Pullman Sleep
ers to Cincinnati. Lexington, and LtJtois
li;c witlwut change, open for reception
of passengers at 9 p. in. Pullman Com
partment Car to Virginia Hot Spring, with
out change, Tuesdays, Thursdays. -hih! Sat
urdays. Sleepers, Cincinnati to Chicago
aud St. Louis.
10:07 A. M., EXCEPT SUNDAY Parlor
car, Wabhingtou to Riclunojuiand dtiohaioail
to Old Point. Only rail line, via Fenn.,
It., F. & P., and C. & O. Railways-
2:20 P. M. DAILY For Gordonsvllle,
l oanotcebviiie, stuuntoti, and for Rich
mond, daily, except Suuday.
Reservation and ticket at Chesapeake
and Ohio offices, 513 and 1421 Pennsyl
vania avenue, and at the station.
uolG-a.m-tf General Passenger Agent.
BY '
1401 16th st nw, b h, 25 rms....?S0,000
ois F st nw, b h 55.000
dlio Ostirw, bh, 17ims 20,000
1420 20th btnwbh.l2rma....... 16.000
1.33R htnw, bh, 12rms 15,000
1323 Vtavenw, hh.Orme 7,500
1114 Md ave. sw. b h. 1G rms 4.S00
uoo h. and 902 and 904 Mass ave
nw, bn ,...'-;
J,"J; 13tn bt nw, b"n,""o .ms'....
44 M bt nw, b h, 10 rms
,,Vi -&tn at nw, b h, 8 ims
222 2d st nw, b h.:.Y...?...7.r.
218 N-. J. ave.be.. b.li..Urins
112S Gth bt nw, b h, 9 ims
801 R bt nw, b h, G ims
82 and 84 Defrees st nw, b h, 7
rooms ...........'..-..-
515 (j stue, b b, 7 ims
10 N. C ave se, b h, 9ims
Gib U bt nw, o h, b im
402 12th suw, oh, 12jtos,
1218 I Etiie, b h, 6 imR
48 aud 50 Mryue st ne, b h, G
rms each
lzo 3d sinw, r h, 4 ims
209 to 2151 stne, b h, 4 is each..
827 to tt31 2d st ne, d h, 6 ims
each v.'.. ..-.. .-
359 o stsw, f b, Sims
N H ave, near R nw., 10,000
S st, betlBth andlSttinw 8,000
Ne cor Mass ave and 2d stnw.... 0,180
South side ot M st, near Uth nw.: -4,500-
l'cr root.
lGth st, bet O and l-stirnw..V.-. ?5 00
P bt and R I ave mv..
R ftt, bet 19tn and 20th mv..'..-....:. -8 50
1 bt, but 19th uud 20th nw 3 25
loth & loth, W ,5c Prospsctts uw 3 00
Cor H and 11th ne- 2 25
y st, bet 14th and loth iiwj....v...... .2.00-.
liiard bt, bet 17th & 1 Bth, T it U nw. 175
24th bt, let L and M nw 1 50
N tt, bet 21st and22dnw 1 25
Pa ave, bet 12th and-13the.... L0O
8th bt, bet A, E and C bts se 1 10
K. st, bet 3d and 4th ne 1 00
Ne cor Uth and E sw 1 25 '
I bt, bet 4 1-2 and Gthw 80
U tt, bet 12th and 13th nw 90
P bt, bet 33d and 34th nw 75
O st, bet N Cap and 1st 05
California st, bet 1st and 2d ne 5G
K st, bet 13th and 14th 30
S bt, bet 33d and 34th nw 30
Cor 1st and O 6ts se 25
1-4 acre, Tenleytown 25
7 acres, Tunlaw' Road "..V. 15
juhs in innidad 121-2
Lots in Takoma, Md .- 9
Lots in Takoma, Md 2
1521 R I ave nw (fur) 16 rms. $500 00
- .-v j ,. , x j xiio. -. ..
211 A st se.ll rms
423 2dbtne,7 rmi
40th st, Wesiey Heights, 8 rms
334 2oth st nw, 7 rms
Upper purtlU2U stnw, 6 rms
1002 8th st nw, 6 rms
2207 1 tt nw, 8 rms
1532 5th st nw, 5 rms,
919 4th tt nw, 7 rms
603 Archers: ne,6 rms
616 Md ave sw, 6 rms
1259 25th st nw, 6 rms
1013 U st nw, 6 rms
86 D st sw, 5 rms
1 022 and 1026 8 Cap bt sw, 5 rms.
1134 N J ave ic, 4nn
406 K st se, 5 rms
50 00
40 00
30 00
25 00
25 50
20 75
22 50
18 30
10 30
16 00
15 00
13 SO
12 SO
14 30
12 30
8 30
8 30
8 30
1325 I bt nc, 5 rnis
The above is only a portion or the prop
erty on my books. For full list call at
office for bulletiu Issued V.'n thirst 'tfnXl
15th. TH03
917 F tt. m
FOR S A LE-IIertf iSa bargain; brick house,
all moslern; on cor. 17th nw.: 22 large
rooms; large lot; reduced from S18,000-to
?.i Hv-5iP - 1CL Per cent investment. C.
BO 1ER SON , 214 7th sw. no25-3t-em
FOR SALE-Frani2 liouse, on 3d it. sw.,
11 rooms; lot, 24.3x75; will rent 25;
must be sold: price reduced to S2.000: near
U. S. Capital. C. BOYER & SON, 214 7th
. sw- no25-3t-em
FOR SALE One ot the finest homes In
South Washington, near Smithsonian: all
TY I firwirv. i.i...- nil in ,(. . ..,....- a
A -2"-4"1 4c4t, ,i lis xiiaii-t:tU2.a oitier,
S7.000 Avas ofrered 2 years ago; now, on
account or sickness, 85,750 will buy it:
terms to suit.
C. BOYER &.S0N.214 7th
St. MV
FOR SALE Cheap, as owner must have
money; nice G-room and bath brick, jjOOO
only 1-2 block from Columbia cars; will
take S200 cash, balance monthly. Annlv
to OWNER, 1151 5th St. lie. no25-3t
FOR SALE-Only$50 cashand Sl2munth
ly, including Interest, will buy a 6-room
press brick house on L t. be.: prKe onlv
SI. 500. For rurther particulara appl ib
ALLEN W. MALLERY & CO., 64 F st.
nw 11Q2G-7 1
FOR SALE Fine new house, No. 119 2d
st.nc; one square from Capitol grounds
and new library; English basement, stone
and burf brick, with copper trimmings;
hot water system of heating; electric and
gas lighting: suitable ror professional resi
dence. Apply to OWNER, No. 121 2d st.
-iH; no25-12C
BUY WHILE dwellings are cheap, andean
be purchabedtliroughour company upona
plan which requircsunly payments not more
than rent paid monthly; prices audrent will
go up. Address PURCHASING CO., this
office. no23-4t
FOR SALE $30 will buy 7-year-old horse; 4 32 p. m- dally, except . Sni'day. for Lees
guaranteed absolutely sure and sound: i lmrc. and G:2u p. m. dailr for Herndon.
without fault; trial given. Room 15, 602
j pu. nw. iio-5-ift,em
FOR SALE-FIrKt-claSS Coupelette; suita
ble for private usi; also phaeton buggy in
good condition. Call217 II st.nw.-no2'l-3t
FOR'SALK Fine saddleand drlvlnf hnrse,
harness nnd buggy for $40. Address
S A N LP UIS , JL)ils office. no24;3t ,e.m
FOR SALE At all times, horsesw'agons
and harness; horses to suit all purposes;
satisfaction guaranteed or no sale: at my
stables, In rear of,,212 41-2 st,aw,
no24-6t,cm " ' "' "'
FOR SALE Cheap for cabh. a phaeton.
KNOBLK & KID WELL, 41G 8 til bt.nw.
"-B0 A. M. week days -PITTS Bt7R(7 T3X ' "
PRESS -Parlor und Dinmj- Cars, Harris
burj; to Pittsburg. - ' '
-Pullman Sleeping. Dining. 8 moklDg.amr "
Observation Cars. Uarrisburg to Cafcaso
Cincinnati. IndianapoiisSt. Louis, CleTc-
land and Toledo- Buffet Parlor Car to
HarrlBburjr. .
Id 50 A. M.FASTLINE-PBtlroan Duffels
Fartor Car to Harrisbur- Buf f cc Parlcc
Car, llarrisbur'; to Plttsburtc.
Express -Sleeping Car Washington toSe.
Louis, and Sleeping and Dlnma Cars Ilac- -rlsburg
to St. Louis, NasftvUte" fSlaTCla-'
cinnatl) and Chicago.
7.1u P. M. WLSTfcKN EXrRESS-PulI-man
Sleeping Car to rittsnurg. Chicago,
and Uarriaburg to Cleveland Diaias car
to Chicago.
Pullman Sleeping Cara Washington to
Pittsburg and Harrlsburs. ta St. Louist - -aud
anclnuaU. Diain'r Car.
10.40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS PhU- -man
Sleeping Car to lMttsburfr.
7.50 a. m. for Kane. Cananddigua, Roches
ter and Niagara Falh. dally, except San
Cay. 10.50 a. m. for Elmlra ami Hcnovo dally,'"
except Sunday. For WUUauMport daily,
3.40 p.m. - -
7.10 p. m. for Willlamsport, Rochester.
Erie, Buffalo and Niagara Falls daily,
except Saturday, wita keeping Car,
Y-'asiiington to Buffalo.
10-40 p. m. for Erie, Canandaigua, Roches
ter, Buffalo and Niagara Ballj dall?.
l'uilman Sleeping Car Washington to
Rochester Saturdays only.
for I'liilutlelpUlu, Nev YorU and the
4:"9 P- m.. "CONGRESSIONAL LIM-. .
1TED," daily alt Parlor Cars, with Din
ing Car from Baltimore. Regular at 7:60
(inning Can, b:00, 9.oO. lo:wo tUlatac;
Car?, and 11:00 (Dining Car from "WH
iiiiiigton) a. in.. 12.45, 3:13. 4-20, 8:50.
1O.O0 and 11:35 p. in. On Suaday. 7:0
(Dining Car), 8:00, 9:00, 11:00 iDlnhH;
Car from Wilmington) a. m . 12:15, 3:10.
4:20. 0:50, 10:00 and 11:35 p. ih. Forr
I'lilladelpbia only. Fast Exnr&e. 7:50 a.
.1.. w eck-da ys. Ex press , 1 2. 1 6 p. iu. Te k
.layg. 201 and 5:40 p. in. daily. For
lVMton, witnout cbange, 7. SO a. hi. week.
uayn, and 4.20 p. iu. daily.
For iialUioore, 0:25, 7.ou, 7,50, S:QJ,
9:00, lO.OO. 10:50. and 11:00 a- m..
12:15, 12:45, 12:50. 2-.01. 3:15. 3:40
4:tK) Limited), 4:2y, 4:3, 5:40. 01",
0:50. 7:10, 10:00. 10:40. 11:16, and
11,35 p. in. Cia Sunday, 7 AMI. 8-0O,
9.UO. 9.05. 100. 11. 00 a. m.. 12,15.
115. 2.01. 3.15. 3,40, l-M-LlrulVedl.
4.20- 5.40. 0.15, 6.50, 7.10, 10.00,
10.40, and 11.35 p. in.
For Pope s Creek Line, 7.50 a. ra. and
4iti p. m. daily, except Sunoay-
For Annajwlls, 7.00, 9.00 a. m., 4.20
and 4.33 p. m. daily, except- Soaday
Sundays, 9.oo a. iu. and t-o -p. id.
Atlantio Coast Lint--Express Sot Florida..
and points on Atlantic Coast Line, 4 .30
a. m., 3.46 p. n:. daily; RtcbuioiMi obIb,
10-57 a. m. week-da yr. Atfanta Specfel,
via Licbmocd and toea board Air Ltae,
4tO p. m. daily. AccootinodafiDR c
Quantico. 7--t5 a. m. dally, and 4.2G p.
iu. week-days. -
beasuore Connections.
For Atlantic City (via Delaware River.
Bridge, all-rail route, 3:15 p. m. dally:
via .Market, btreet wharf. 10.01 and ll:ttO
a. in.. 12 45 p. ni.. wek days, awl 11.35
p. m. daily.
For Cape May. 11:00 a. ra. week days,
11-35 p. m. dally.
Ticket oiriees, corner FlCteent aaC O
streets, and at the station. Sixtto and B
streets, where orders can be hsf for to
checking ot baggage fo destination; from,
hotels and residences.
J. B. HUTCHINSON, OeneralMauagor.
J. R. WOOD. General Pi"eucer AgenC.
Schedule In effect Nov. 14. 1S97-
Leave Washington from station corner
or New Jersey avenue and C street.
For Chicago and Northwest. Vestlbuled
Limited trains 11.05, 11.25 a. m.. 8.05
p. m.
For Cincinnati. St. Louis and Indtunapo
lis, Express. 11.23 a. ra- Vestlbaled lim
ited 3.40 p. ni., express 11.55 p. m.
For Pittsburg and aevelaaci, express
dally 11.05 a. ih. and S.50 p. m.
For Columbus, Toted and Detroit, Ll-55
p. m.
Winchester and way stations, XXL&IB
a. m., t3.40 and t5.S0 p. m.
ti fev ononis. iiepui. BtnawsaaiH,
Chattanooga. Knoxvflle. BrjBtor an! Roa
noke. 10.45 p. in. daily; sieeplnsa cars
through. .
For Luray, 3:40 p. m. daily.
For Baltimore, week days. 5, G.30.
X7.05. X7.10, X7.30. s.3. &.30. x9.30
iu.uo a- - xi-." i-. xi-.it, i-.lS,
x 15, X3.00. 3.20. X.4.30, 4.35, Xo.OS.
X5.10, X5.30. xG.20. 0.3O. xS.UO, S-15,
x9 20, 11.15, X.11.50 p. m.. ana X12.QL
night. Sundays, x7.05, x7. 10, x7.30-S.4Q.,
x&OO a. in.. X12.1U, xl.15. 1.2U, X3.00,
3 20. 4.35, xo.05, 5.10, S .3.0. .53. OX).
X9.20, 11.16. xll-50 p. iu.. xl-i.l nS25-
For Anuapolia-, 7.10 and 3.30 a..M..4.90 .
and 5.30 p. iu. Sundays. &-3t a. m., 4.3C
For Frederick, week d&7s, 3. ll.05.Xl.25
a. m.f3.40. 4 JO. 5.30. p. n-, annaaya.
9 a. m, 1:13 p. ni. '
For llageratown, tll.Ooa. m. ami to.30
For Boyd and wav points, week days.
S.00 a. m., 4.30, 5.30. 7.05pi m. Son
days, 9.00 a. m.. 1.15, 7.0o i.. nt.
tor Gaitbersburs and way powtir, -weelc -
days, o, u, a. m.. iuu. o.i, --i
5735 7.05. 11.43. p. tn. buwtajs, 9-a.
mf, 1.15. 4.33. 7.05, 10.15 p. IB.
For Washiucua Junction anoway pointer.
8 a. m-, 4.30. 50 p. m- weefc days. 9
a. m., 1.15 P- m- Sundays.
All trains illuminated with Plntsch light.
For Pniladeluuia, New, lock. iJirtoBaml
tii P.nst wee, days. .0u. a, IH a.m.,
12?05; 1.15 tatlDlniiis Cars). 3. (35 ri-in-
Can. ll2-Ol nlsnt: Sieeplns Cr oou
iriO o'clock. Sundays, 7;05. a. m
U.15 Dining Carl, 3. (5.05 Diatas Cfcrt.
-: ol n.Ktii-. Sieepms Car open i u o'cieok.
AddiUonal nams lor PnBadelchfa, week-
d?arl4Ca-rsSona"'day traina.
For Atlantic City. 10 a. in.. 12.05 noon,
and 1.15 and 3 p. m. week days; 9 a. m.
S Fofcape May. 12.05 noon.
f5I.... cTTiV -.cRxnre- trains.
Kp-asD called Tor auacneckea from bp-
Tpfrancl rebhlences by Union TraHefer Co
on orders left at Ucket oftlces. 619 Peaa
.n.:"ri ;,-..n,. nurthwest. New York:
riu aGnRlErb &si8ft$Fu
MA. Manager." iter. Pass. Trartic.
Passenger StaMjn. M fm j,,,
Charlotte" aud way stat. eotuieew "',
Muwusu for strasborg.Hrtltnirg and
StaunUn, dally. X? weeru"
i ,-.,..hnnr.' witn tne Norton, una ectni,
dJll SSS" with the Chesapeake and Ohio,
dolly! for the Natural Bridge una wmdS
t0?i 15a rc -Dally.thPUNITEP 5TTEa
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman Buff e6
S Sg"& fXSvCVdUCh
tanJoga.' fenn.; and at CcaA-tte withPuU
manlleeper for AutUbta. PuUman Euf fe5
Sleener. New ioriitoNew onvaus,iinect
in(Tat Atlanta for Btnutngliain and Mem
phis. Solid tram, WasniKtop U. New
i-rleana witnout change. SuiwetperMi.a!ly
Sln.-LoTJ for V Royal. Stras
burs and Harrisonburg, dattyrett-Sdn-
45iy p. m.-Daily, local for Charlottea-
V1J.?43 n m -Daily. WASHINGTON AND
ITED rompoeed of Pullman Ve,Ultll
sleeners. dinin? cars
and day coaches.
l man bleepers New cik to est Mil,
in "ia AKl5-vllle.KiM.xrIe. and Crat
oosa. New York to Ian ra ia Clai-
lottb, Coi'vinbla, Savanaah, and Jaclw.nv.Re.
iiniLine: at Danville with Pullman Sleeper
...... r. TiBtiriile with Pullman Sleecer
from Klcnn.on.1 to Augusta, via Columbia.
Ith connection for Aiken. S. C. New
v.-c t Mi.mt.bis. via Eimdngl am; New
York to New Orleans, via Atlanta ami
Moilt-'OHier. VeeUbuletl day cueh Wash
ington to Atlanta- Southern rail wa dining:
onr Greensboro to Mont:oroery.
DIVISION leave Washington 9,01 a m.
dailv and 4.45 p. m. daily, except i?unSay,
2?.Vin "r n i. fcunda v tmly ror Uoun.t Hill;
"Returning, arrive at Wash.&gloii h 8
rt tr- f"r..TT I .lShtirCT.
'Through train from the South arrive .it
Washington G 42 iu in.. 2-20 p. rn. a...i
9-23 p m. dally. Harrisonburg, I J 4u r.
m" and 925 p. m. dally, except Sc x--v
drid 8 30 n. m. dally from Charlotte u .
Tickets. Bleeping car reservation, and in
formation furnished at offices. 705 l"li
st. nw., 511 Pennsylvania avenue, and at-.
Pennsylvania Railroad Passenger Statiaa.
"NV. H. GltEEN, Gen feui t
J. 3d. Cl'LI. Traffic Manager.
AY. A. TURK. (Jen. Pass. Agentt
1 S. BROWN. Geii. Ast.rass. Dept.

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