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THE TIMES,- WASHINGTON, STOBAY, JANUARY 16, 1898.
15 i r HELP WA.ViliU-MAL;. WANTED An electrician; rirstclas8 work- inan; Room 11, Builders' Exchange. 13th, bet. O and 1 ?. nvr. It "WANTED A pood al'-arourd blac;sr.!ltr! aud tool sharpener want. Job. Address TOOLS, this office. jal 0 -"36 WA""tlD Man l-o travel and appoint agents? old-established House; rcrniancnt; $40 per month anil expenses. Address 1. W.,car tnlsoTlce. j.iHJ,a,3oris; WANTED A neat lady as waitress. Call at once at 017 E et. nw. it WANTED Assbilan6 treasurer Tor le gltiiii&U: comedy comoany: $15 salary and expenses paid: willing to take interest for $100 as part owner. PROFESSIONAL, ttds orrice. at "WANTED-Boy who can read lnanuscrfot andsttype. Com:Monday moriiiug,213 4 1-2 st. nw. it "WANTED A man with $1,000 to take hair Interest m good paiug business, established; more capital required; gilt- odtre. Address NO TRiFLERS, this oltn.e. lt-3tn ' 1 ANTED- Competent; man to repicsent rirst-clabs lire insurance company; good commission. Address INDIANA, tills of fice. jal5-3t WANTED Wheelwright and blacksmith; mu-t be handy man. Away 041 B st. nw- jam at "WANTED -A young man to work in bar room. Inquire Ooc D st. nw. jal4-3r.-em WANTED A good boy who understands. reeding job presses; at once. 30& totli Bt. nw. ."al4.3t,cm WANTED Cooks, hostlers, waiters, lj. lwiters, Olivers, laborers, dishwuhQ.-8, farn. hands, januor-s watchmen, clerks, hutljrs, engineers, firemen. SIIACKLE- IlOKD'S , 427 11th Kfciiw. Jal J-7t "V ANTED Three experienced solicitors. COLUMBIA PDBLlfelllMi CO ,:0s loin st. uw. - jal-i-3t WANTED A shoemaker for repairing. Ap ply 1742 Pa. avc. nw, .nl3-.t-em WANTED A registered drug clerk: state saHry expected. Address GENUINE, this office. jal3-3t-eni WANTbD A joung man as partner in an established paint business; must be a Rood camasser; no capital required. Aduress C, this office. al'-3l-em WANTED A TiiM-clasH white tiarber. at UEKHOED !5,ie2214Uist. a!3-Jt-cm ' HELlMVArrED-yKMALK. WANTED-By TiRS."llUNNlNG, 035 G st. iiw.; uood -white cook. S10; two white nurses Tor same family; pay. Si? each: six wnite uins for ueueral notle work; juy, $15. Call aiomlay. Office f ee,$ I. lt "WANTED -A youn girl, white or col ored, to help anil nure a baby; wage, S4 a month. Call at 009 J)ih st. nS. 1 1 FREE TEA SET-Lautes, send us voiir full address, plainly written, and we will e.-.V-?.1! '5 ot our aquMe ARABIAN J '?k l -MO fCKBrSto&ell amoiiK menus, at. io cents each; when sola, remit us the money (less express charces) aurt we will hsiui you a beautitul decoraieu china tea set or 5(j pieces Tor your trouble, lull size Tor family use. Name nearest express oirice ami aduress, ARABIAN PERtLMO ''J Drawer 21, Djiuirewater. Conn. lt WANTED-WhiteclrloflS or 10 vears.to help In office aim do plain newilnr. Ap ply -Monuuy afternoon, Room , 3! " et. nw . lh WANTED By dressmaker, apprentices: must be srood sewers. 700 mn st. nw. LADIES, PIN MONEY -Make patches on our Darning Machine: we nav 70c per hundred; make 1,200 weekly. Stamped ?.".?b,"tid envelope for nample. isOAi MtRS. Dept. 247, American Tract Blue:.. ew ork. 1 1 WANTED Lady leaders to tell us what is the longest Versj in the BiDle. If you can tell us iu what clnvptcr it is, we will five you a prize of $100; if more than one jiersun answers correctly, we will olvloe wish equally, with your answer send 10 . L.VDIEP make good pay doing light needle work for us in their own homes; three months' notk guaranteed: whole or part time devoted; inclose stamp for particulars and sample ot work. hPECiAHi. co-, J27 Third ave., New York. lt WANTED At once, young woman (white preferred) for general housework in ram- Jly of 3; must go home at merit; bring refb. -'I'Piy auer o p. m., mis evening, 240 am sc. ne. " ---- . it-em j vvamld louna white woman, cx- le:ipuccd with children, as nurse ror one child; -.must be n Protestant and able to give goju references. Address F. I. w., it this orrice. .Tal5-3t LADi with tact and etierpy to travel ror old established firm; permanent; MU per month and expense. Z.. this orrice. Jal5-bt-sat,sun AVVNTED A white girl or woman, to do general bousewoik m family or inree: must stay mgnis fct. ne. Apply 1345 Emerson jaio-:tt AN l'ED Cooks, chainberiuahis. wait i esses; help of all kind; witli references; belp rurnibhed Tree. BURGESS, 50"! 1 il,LLl- Jlu , a l'3 - W ANTED A liealthy, settled whit e lvom an Tor plain cook and general house- work; refs. ApplyfQi, hthgt.ue. ial4-3t "WANTED Nurs for confinement case; I ?al4-3t " "0' " "" ,,,a "ll1- j vixrl i ,:,T1 .-: r-! ATED A girl to do general housework. t-H'S "vv,Ul rercreBC. lo?:j?-0 lt I et. mv , jal3-3t-etu j WANTLD-At City Intelligence Orfice. chambciiiiaia-. cooks, laundress."., seam Ktrc.s"es, general tiouseworkers, girls, room cleaners, places furnished till suited. SHACKLLi'OKD'5, 427 lllh st. nw. jal0-7t hTTUA TIONN WA.NTKD-FKilALE. WANTED An experienced tailoress de .,hres a povition. Address TAILORESS. this office. ja 16-36 WANTED- By lady stenographer and type writer; position at once, salary no oojeci. Addresss A. B. L., this office. It GOOD laundry work done at home; good ier.; work done with satisfaction. 204 Seaton court. It WANTED A first -class mvuiim-pss Will sew in laiinlies at 50 cents a daj". Ad- ! dress SEAMSTRESS, this office. jal6-3C ... r.r: - "-VV. " "J" K,rI ll- P'ace to nurse for child, or chambermaid. Address 1 025 Jerf. ave. lt-em WANTED L;idy in nee J wants office to cleanineveuing.or writing to doat home; -would accept collecting ot bills. LADY, this office. i t-em W ANTLD A place to do general house work; no xvasli, chambermaid, or nurse, tall at No. 1300 4tn Bt. nw.; good rets.. M'feS JJ A I'TIE W1UT E ja 14-at,eiu "iV.TTED By j-oung colored girl, place as chambermaid or geneial housework in pilvale ramily. Call or address -121 Washington st. nw. jal4;3t3ni WANTED By an experienced young lady, a position as cashier. Address 421 10th st. sw. jal4-3t AV A NT ED Colored woman wants place iis cook aim iiouseworker; go nonie nights. 125 G sL se. Jal3-3t-en ja!3-3t-eni ' - "VA NT15D AGENTS. TVAN'TEn-Jii!fnrnrnm : ..... cents tor our naw library or 12 complete J Tr:.. " iKok6: a grand prize in themselves. Ad-1 AN1LD A j;ood work horse for cash; dreas KElTONE BOOK CO., 1111 ICU ' statu price and where itcan be seen. Ad-i-t., Philadelphia, Pa. lt uYessP. O. BOX 285. JalG-3t light burner: fits "ail kerosene lamps and WANTED-Gentleman and wife would produces brilliant gaslight; nd cfi Smney. L ,lkj " r"t 3 rooins for light house wlck, or smoke; lightning seller ,WtJ JJSenli,'; "e- state Particulars- BOX 80. ouUiL fr,e; fereKofnprtfcTadeAfSb Je. 3al5-3t-em. NAT10tLBRSSrnIeiifcann -VVANTED-Marri2d couple desires two Kew York BRAbb cO-.ll0 Broadway. furniMied coinmunicatinc rooms, for light - 16 , hpuN-Kef ping, uu 2d floor, in ramily where ","i,i ;"" oubituuKU ror Webster's In- lernariounl Dictionary; F. Honklnn SiiiUh's great art iniok, "Venice of. To- udafd outho ow arrange for a personal ffiSXiTran" ' ,. ington with satisfactory applicants. Ad- I licss THE THOMPSON PUBLISHlNu CO., 225 South Gth st., Philadelphia. jnio-L I HAVE exclusive control or territory and all of the best and leading subscrintion books known; will pay best of commission i '."."rJl'Partj-; apply ..t once, SOLICITOR, , luijoiiire. jal 0-21 WANTED 6 A Xo. 1 competent men to act as agents lor a,u established in surance company; sood pay; prompt .et Uemciits; none but hustlers for business Jiced apply. Call Monday and Tuesday, at 10 a. in-, Room No. 10. Warder Building. cot,9th anu F bt.s. jalb-:it WANTED-Agents7$20 to S3 0 per week, handling Improved gas-light burner." iiiakes kerosene lamps give beautiful gas Jlglit; no chimney, smoke t.r mhpII: Kr,in- ruing new; sample free. CASTLE MAX- urjiu-i-c-KiNU CO.. Ciuciiiuati, 0. it AVIiTE1AJ't8ror'LItor Gen. G'orge OJ.Q .rfcu nw. lt-em WANTED Agent to sell lots on easv terms of payment; active man can nuke big porilu Atldress rROFlTABLL'. this orfice! Jal4-3t-em WAXTLD Lady agonts to sell a new art souvenir or the Congressional Libj-arv: beautifully illustrated. Call 1. D. BOl'CE, 1325 r st.; audio upstairs. jal2-0t,em .. ., ,- . w, uu uvuao. VUIII XI,. siTU.yriONS wa.vtki-.male WANTED A place by a rirBt-clnss cw York cher; rets. Al; oin at present em ployed: city or country. Address CHEF, this uTtii. ?al-3t WANTED Bymiddle-aged Freel"3:,,"i.slt. uai;ju . wawiiiHiu ur uuuer, eiiriit ycT3 good lets. Address V. ll., 57 My.-tlc st. no. - jal0-3t WANTED By Rood business, man, position or trust with rirM-2lass House; well and favorably known among business people; good 1-ookkccper; rerh. and security. Ad dress 1'USINh.SS, this oitice. jnJ5-3l-am WANTED -Place as lireman by a oung Ccnuin. Address 320 12th st.'nw. 3 t-eiu "WANTED By ayoung white tnan.a situa tion an valet; refs. Address H. II., this office. Jal5-3t WAITED Position for neat, intelligent col ored man; faithrul in any capacity. 1 . Z., Uilsjufnce. Jai4;:Jt-eni WANTED A young colcicd gentleman would like situation as companion to imnlid gentleman, with privilege of learn ing books. 02S C st. nw. Jo. 14-36 WANTED Place by young; man n.s coach man or boiler: regular habits; stay home litems: refs. Call 1010 V hi. nw. Jal-atom WANTLD- Work by rough caipenter. CAR PKATEK, this office. Jal3-3t-em HELP WANTED-MALE AND JE- MALE. ANTLn-Alen and women to work at tnelr honie3. Si to $5 per da v Tor hustlers: if jou mean business, write. AMTJlUCAN Cfti:OLOL CO.. Ltitrobe, Pn. Ja 10,23, 30 fe, J WAXTD Zither playeis m-edine; emnlov nitfnl call today or tomoriow. (lO.i jb' st- inv. Jal 0-3 1 aiONEV WANTED AND TO LOAN. HAVE $5,000 clients' money to loan in small amounts on Ist and 2u" trust. Call or acurcss ROOM 1, Mcrtz bldg.. 2d floor, lll'LiL11 ' ts- jalo-bt-ei-i WANTED -Widow with no incumbrance T,f,fsJi.S!5 'i0. nKih''" loa" ou ",ano "t once. PIANO, this office. jalO 2t $25 TO $500 to loan on stocks, bondsT bldg. asvj- shares, or any tunnl cc!lateial. Fl L-0' K. uORuON, AUantic bldg. 1n l.i.Mr. " t..c-, : f J,,U4V''1i aiieu in sums irom $5 to 550 w iviiixuiv jjunie, no collateral required: pen evviilngs. ROOM , Central Bld'ir.. 9th and Pa. -avc. ot-t i-niio-ciii YOU CANlniirow money on oiirfurnituro7 ..S'V--' jjjuiios, suusc., etc. NOICTJI- U Kt-i rOtt.vuE HOUSb.aiu-lS ath nw. de7-3ino -v A NEW PLAN. $10 TO $1,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC. Vithout removal from possession of owner, lou can have the iikhicv tin iinv v.-m . apply ror it. Payments on the principal, I or Hiiyamouut, win be recHvedat any time. imou win lessen cost oi loan. LOWEST RATES, MOST DESIRABLE TERMS. No cost to jou ir loan is not made. Strictly confidential. Please call for further information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO. aJll-U-siu '002Fst.nw. LOANS made on approved collateral, such as life policies, stocks, bonds, building association shares, syndicate certificates, etc No dplay. Y LAKES Is. BAKER. 1110 F t,u Take elevator. tf. MONEY TO- LOAN at 5 andf percent security, real estate in District of Colum bia; no dlay beyond an Inspection of prop erty and evamtuation of title. WAETER E. ACKER, 704 14th st. nw. mh2b-tr MONEY TO LOAN- $1,000 upward, at B and5 1-2 per -rent on D. C. real estate; $250, $500, otc.. at G per cent: all transactions conducted witii economical consideration for borrowers. Wl LLIAM H. SAUNDERS A. CO., oplG-ir. 1107 Est. nw. W ANTED At once; to hire horse and de livery wagon. Call between 2 and 5 P- '. b2i Bst.ne. Jali31 WANTED -To rent a private letter box; state prise, location, etc.; no questions asKe,,l; 'Address BOX 7, this oirice. JalC-3t OLD BOOKS 1 pay cash Tor all kinds of old, miscellaneous books will call, ex amine and make offer at residence: drop UIIJIUC uu postal to WASHINGTON BOOK SHOl Jin.,e-r,, s,ccond National Bank; JAMES O NKIJ.. Prop., 5097llist. nw. jalC-lm ,VVN?.'SDToJ,,u' a "atteau boat in good condition and cheap. Address 343 Pa. avc. nw. Jal5-3t-cm WANTED Will pay $20 ror good second ,ii'f.,,1,,l..UCI1'"'K'n typewriter. Address j j iJ-i-itrrjiK,thisoffice. Jal5-3tem ' WANTED-Cheap; Smith Premier orKem , inguin typewrner; j.i.. descriptlou; low est cash price: and where can be seen. i A,'W AVPbWKITEK, this orflce. I Jalu-3t WANTED- Tobuyaletter-iie mlineograph oheaji. Address, with price and descrip tion, p. O. Box 175, Rockville, Md. jal5-3t ANTLD Old jiostage stamps depart ments especially desired. J. M. BAR TELS &. CO.. 702 14th st. nw. jal4-imo,em WANTED-60 feams, to work on the .-Washington and Chesapeake Eeach It. R.; weekly pay; steady work: call at ROOM 15, Atlantic Building. Washington, jD. C-, Saturday, at 10 a. in. It-em ANILD-Inforiualion regarding the pres ent addresof William Du.nie Wilson, who was employed in Agricultural Department in 1S08. Address E. J. GRESIIAM, 1213 F st. nw. lt-em WANTED Pupils in English and matlie matics: class or private iiiMrucriou; even ings. Address A TEACHER, this orrice. J a 1 46 1 WANTED To buy fet of watchmaker's toIs: also optician's trial case. 003 Gth st-ne. Jal3-3t-em WANTED-A No. 10 lore double-barrelled .shotgun. Apply 1742 Pa. avc. nw. WANTED-Furniture of eery description: counie.-b. show case's, wtorf fixtnr.. .in.i goods of ail kind; storage, $1 per month' Per loatl: auction sale Tuesdays. SINCL,IR, Auctioneer. 626 La. :i ioi'.R. J. G. L. JVUCLionepr. i.i; i.n. .wo ja!2-6t HIGHEST cash prices paid for second hand furniture. Carpets, pianos; entire houvs: stocks of all kinds. Address .IONLS 12"ias" aT5i ayZm de7-3mo WANTED Highest cash prices paid for liouschold rurnlltire. orrice and store fixtures, etc.: consult me first: drop postal or call. W. H. ROSENBERG. 8th and D sts. nw. 3a4-lmo,em J"iN'riiPr1i0iiMJ' - WANTED-Two small furnished rooms for light housekeeping, with heat, gas and bath. Slate price to REED.tnisoifice. ja!0-3t AN1LD Lady with experience desires dming-roomiuiargeboardiiig-nouse where board would be taken Tor j-ent. Address Tx - 'tt - a. l. s., this oirice. lalG-3c WANTED First-class stenoirranher and typewrner will teach iii exchange for furnislicd room. Address BUSINESb WO MAN, this office. 3al6-3t ' there are no other tenants; we use g.is stove ror ooking: rent must be low. Address O. lv., this office. lt-em and daughter 3 M."?- f."m?. wit'' i1?36 ana gas. for '"AiatMfti dQaress MODERATE TERMS, this office. j.114-3t,em WANTED Two or three finnishwi m,.mc suitable for light housekeeping; give full paulculars and terms: will be permanent. Addiess BOX 187, this ofDce. jallt vrrvorin ri! vn -,,,.1" ,-,. "77 SlhNffir'fnr 1H1ian.trp,te teach Tor rurnisheil rnnni. A.i.irno diw INESS WOMAN, this office. jal4"6 3TOII HIRE. Jn,i?icV. 11Jl u,re aL "A'tXER'S. 7tb anu ii sts. nol6-tf FOR HIRE rull dress sultsr$i only" JULIUS COHEN, 1104 7th St. nw. nol0-tf-etn FOR HIRE To drummers nmi imcinora WAXTEn i! lSi;KT.i.VKrHr 1-OR HIRE-To business men: nice horses. TON's felABLbb, felh and 1 sts. nw. Phone, 91 i -2. ja!4-7t I men, horse and buggy or dayton, $2 per 1 day, and special prices for pleasure driv- , ing. Apply to the REX STABLLS, rear 015 E st. uw.; telephone call, 109. ap30-tr j PRINTING AXD BOOKBINDING. . Printing 500 cards, 75c; 500 envelopes, . 5c.; jOO note beads, 75c; 500 state ments, 75c. , binding magazines, 50c; ' miscellanous books rebound. G. E. . "WILLIAMS. 615 7th t.t. mv. reO-tf for rent nooaia. FOR RENT Two nicely fur. rooms; single or en suite; heat, gas, and bath; terms reasonable. - 231 let. st. iiw. jal6-.0t FOR KENT-By ist; ft rooms; lie; - on, Ith: ?12 in advance; refp. o22 2lsFsc. ; heati Bas tfiveh. JaH3-3C FOR RENT-B09 2d St. nw.; 3 2d-foor cotiimunloitiiiK rooms, for housekeeping; most desirable m city. JalU-3t FOR RENT Nlcelv furnished front room. 183ol4thst. nw. It FOR r"eNT Furnished hall room, with out; heat, $1.25 per week. dl5 G st. mv. JalG-3t tOit ItENT Half house; three be 0-rooms. sitting-roum, and kitchen; unfurnished; $15. b05 0th st- nw.; call at 5 o'clock. JalG-3t TOR RENT Veiy reasonable; one large" third-flojr roonf; would rurnish Uo liedf; within square of all lines clears; for gentlemen only. 722 IJStlust. mv. It FOR RENT Delightful, warm, "well-furnished loom Tor two refined gentlemen; miKht Kive breakfasts; small privatj famiiv: not a Iwarding house. 2412 1 tth st. uw. jalG-3t FOR RENT-91S N. Y. ave nicely fur. u-floor trout and back rooms; one with pijvate bath. JnlC-3t FOR RENT Fur. or unfur.; largp second story Trout room; suitable for one or two gentlemen. 1225 Lst. nw. jalG-3t FOR RENT 700 13th st. nw7; rooms; furnished or unfurnished; location dc hlrableand(cntral;termamoderate. jal0-3t FOR RENT $4 per month; furnished 2d- story front room; gas; bath same rioor. 231 2d st. nw. JalG-3t FOR RENT Large, handsome 2d story lront io6m; steam heat; soutli exposuie; fur or unfur. 1 101 ir st. nw. 1 1 J OR RENT- Best rooms In the city; from $5 to $12; nicely tur.; furnace heat; in candescent lights central location. 511 0th st. nw. JalG-3t FOR RENT Thrift ii1p.ir.iiiI . stmnv .'til floor looms, furnished, for hfiimotPimln.- or win ill rent to gentlemen taking meals S15 per month; near Dupont circle. I 10th St. nw. .1.1 10-36 out: S 1013 FOR RENT-512 E st. uw.; nicely-furnished hall mom; SO. 1al6-.J6 FOR RENT Large lian room and largeT bright back room on third floor; newly furnished: convenient location; to gentle men only; references exchanged. Si 2 Gth i nw. jal 5 3t FOR RENT-1 nice 2d-fIoor front loom; bath and heat. 807 Qth st. nw. It-em F'Ml RENT Furnished rooms to gentle men; with board.irdesired: or tinfornisHcd; geiitlt'mau and wife. 2003 K. st. nw. Jalo-3t-eni 10R RENT One nice furnished room on second rioor, in private ramily. No. 000 1 -tli st. nw. jal5-3t FOR RENT-310 E st. nw.: rurnislicd for light housekeeping; 1 large, 1 small rojHiijlow reL 3al5-3t FOR RENT 3 large, unfurnished rooms, on 2n rioor; heat, gas and bath. Apply No. 110 D st. nw. 'alo-3t-ein FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms uitable for light housekeeping. Apply 209 1-2 13th st. s Jalo-Jt FOR RENT Two fur. or unfur. rooms; reasonable. 030 I st. uw. jal5-3t,em 1-OR RENT Two nicely papered rooms on the second riooc: heat and gas. 1541 Columbia St., bet. 9tn and lotn, P and Q sis. Jal5-3t FOR RENT-Ne.it furnished 2d-storv rront hall bedroom; all conveniences. 012 2d st .mv., bet.F a nd G. ja 1 5-36 FOR RENT Nicely-furnished front and" tuck rooms: 2tl and 3d rioors; no hoiibe- keeping: $0 to S15. 813 5th st. nw. jaio-Lsc FOR RENT-Fur. 2d-story front room: board If desired. 610 3dt. nw. 3al4-3l-em FOR RENT-Pur. front room; 3d floor; southern exposure; $5 per mo. 221 D Bt. nw. jal4-3t-ein FOR RENT Flat or 5 rooms; $20. 017 E t-JtW; J?Jil3t FOR KENT Large, nicely furnished room. suitable for 3 single gentlemeu: table board. 222 E. Cap, st. jal4-3t-2in FOR KENT 126 F si. nw.; elegant large rooms; singly or eu suite; tur. or unfur. . Jal4-3t-em FOR RENT Two rooms; second rioor; furnished or unfurnished. 1217 34th st. aaii-at FOR RENT 102 G st. nw.; 3 front rooms on 2d flooi; one with piano; rjoardiCdesIred. ja 14-36 TOR RENT-Two rooms; nicely furnished or unfurnished; for light housekeeping; board if desired; verv reasonable: near Smithsonian, 939 Virginia ave. jal4-3t FOR RENT Large, elegant, newly-rur- nisheil 2d-floor room, with excellent tableboard. 1015 Lst.nw. jal t-3t rOlt RENT Nice cheerful rooms, with good board, for $16 per month. 025 1 st. iiw. jal3-3t-em FOR RENT Two newly-furni'-hed pnrlors; bay window; bath; suitable as bedroom and parlor, or will furnish as two bed- rcwiins. 1201 11 ill si. nw. jal3-3t-em FOR RENT Finn. board. 70 Sth rms.; with or without st. nw. jal3-3t.em FOR RENT-A 2d-story front rm.; with board; suitable for man and wife or two gentlemen; all conveniences; terms for winter, $38: summer, $35, for two. 003 Mass. ave. nw. Jal3-3t,em FOR RENT-Furnished, back parlor, 8; or choice of 2 2d-4ory rooms, :" and $10; no huiiEekeepliig. 946 L st. nw. ja 1 3-3t-iii FOR RENT-To uulet lady, two rooms; home privileges: $5; or will bonrd with right party. 030 I st. nw. Jal3-4t FOIt IlEN'T UXFlTIlNTSnED HOO.A1S FOR RENT Unfur. parlor; S57arlo7 and back parlor; SS; new house. 11 N st. ne- ja 10-36 FOR RENT 217 G st. nw.. 3 unfur. room; neat and gns; private family; $10 in advance', call after 6 p. in. ja 15-36, oni FOR RENT Two fur. rooms, with heat, light, privileges kitchen, and parlor; $9. No. 211 Q st. nw. jaI5-3t, em FOR RENT Unfur., lovely com. rooms 2d floor, new brick; near departments. C30 I st nw. jalo-3Lem FOR RENT Thiee or four unfur. rooms. 8U0 R. I. ave., cor. 8th st. ja!5-3t FOR RENT Unrurnished, three rooms on third floor; light housekeeping; heat and jnis: reasonable. 124 D st. nw. ja!5-3t FOR RENT-Two Unfur. rooms; first floor; one fur. front room third floor. 1 10 3d st. "' Jal 5-3t FOR RENT In rear ot store, 702 14th St., a fine light office- Jal4-3t-em FOiI RENT 3 or 4 unrurnished or partly- rumislieu rooms; single or en suite; heat, ?L "i"'1. haln' lor Hgnt housekeening. 1205 M st. nw. - .1al4-3t-ciii fOKRENT Unfnr.2-story,rrontrf)om:heat and gas; board, it desired. 313 Mass. ave.no- Jal4-3t FOR RENT Cheap; 3 unfurnished rooms; liousekeeping; no other roomers. 011 K st. nw. jal3-4t,em TOR RENT A laige iinfiirnlehcil room, with board, in private ramily; for two adults and child; in se. section. Address IIASTE, this office. jal4-3t FOR RENT At 31 K ft. ne-, 2d floor, un furnished, $10; 1st floor, unfurnished, $15. Inquire at No. '33, next door. jal3-3t-em FOR RENT Unfurnished, 1st, 2d and 3d floors, single or en suite; gas, heat, hot and cold water; cars convenient; light housekeeping. 127 Ind. ave. Jal3-3t-am FOR RENT-70S X. Cap. St.; 3 unfurnlsh- c:. 2d-rioor rooms; heat gas and bath on a-ime rioor; bay window front, with shades; rent $13. jal 3-46 FOR RENT Cheap Unfur. suite of par lors; suitable for doctor, dentist, or famllv; most central point. 908 N- Y.ave. jall-6t IIUUMS AND BOARD. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, on 2d and 3d floors: with first-class board; corner house. 133 E st. nw. Jul6-3t FOR RENT $-1 per week for nice rooms and good board; splendid locality. 716 12th st. 11 w- jal6-3t FOR RENT Chambers on ?d floor: with board: teitss reasonable. 1017 14th st. jai6-36 FOR RENT Excellent board and room; two parties; $4 week; table board, $3; private family; central location. 736 6th st. nw. ja!6.3t FO"rt RENT Desirable front rooms, good boaid and home comrorts; location cen tral; tprtnsrcasonable. 612 3dst. nw. jal5 3t FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, with board, 5-1 per week. 227 1 st st- nw. Jn,14-3t HOM1- comfort", with riirtpin iH.nr.i- two in aioom,$10 each; furnished rooms', with or without board. 10 4th st. ne. jal3-4t BUSIXESS eilACES. LUNQ1I HQOAI-ent?ai; nw.; dally sales average $17, $37g;Jre it, &2. Bim- NESS EXCHANGE. Affml,'i UV!& LuLux. oreaking up housekeenlnir will sn ui a saennce, rum ture, cfockerv etc for a .-rnrtni hOue. Address Box is tins office, Jal0-3t ' FOR SALE-GrJcerynnd provision store; on account or sicknbss. Call or address 201 h st. ne. ii jalO-Gt MILK DAIRY 35 irallmm: tmnrtv nil m. ruyl-c-r7?1! S?V BUSINESS EX CHA.M3AauilcBjclg. JalG-3t I n -i.ii xivjj rarnier with si iiaM capital in enlarge same: an esiamisiien business to imig iv iiu n VIIUUir IO fin Plorlrol vnrlr preferred; books sliown; no brokers, He oiews or fakes. Address BOX 150, this -PI"'-'-!; it PSS,5AL7Dar,,er SJ10); loiiiKKoodbi7sl" ness, good reason for wanting to sell. JalB-3t iI01'FMAN -'23 C at. ne. FOR SALE-Cigar store: large department mid neighborhood trade; price. S140 rent only $15. -DUNLAP, 900 F st. jal5-3t 10R SALE Grocery store; sw.; large river raoe; oliVcMabllslied, paying stnnn; price only $450; extraordinary bargain. Jal5-3t DUNLAJP,00 Pjt. FOR SALE Rooming houses; completely r,iJ."",o nuL i)foflt? B5 per mouth; J)r!ve,.25; Kcnuine bargain. Jal C-jit iiUNLU' .00GFbt. SI1,. SALE-Lunch room; "near Patent Office; owner engaged in other busi ness obliged to sell; price. $175. Jal 5-3t JjJSLAP. 90u F st. WANTED Business man with tome cash i join me in punning an established pa j--ing enterprise; investigation invited; iels. excliangcd. Address IN VESTHiATlON, this otiice. .tal4.3t-ein $300 WILL buy ery desirable grocery In nw.; rent of store and hou-e only 525; good business,. COMMERCIAL, 510 F st- jal l-31-em ii. m:JtrT5,caMI r,.M uuy r'Jt stand Iii.m nawt,iil,i'n';,.K'KMl "'""'now. Ad diess O. ., Ddsjoffjce. .'814-31-0111 i'H,!tA.V'n -Groccry and provision" sTore", fl.Uures, owner must leave town; cash tra.l..: must sell at once. 41 G st. nw. Jal4-Jt-eni FOR SALE Small ob liiliitTngOfrToe: raijj WwiUrude. K k! U., this off ice. FOR SALE Butter stand. Address B. W-, this office. 1 oyLL. exchange an established lunch and lestaurant busln-ss for a small bar room business ami license or Jicen-e an- plied for, rVcttlrcss L. F. )., this offlr,. with name, location and termc jall-3t FOR SAL! -The best paying dining-room Si. 3110. HMMII-riP HT r, J ii".' .V "' "' on j-n. avK.r m 9 sjii ., .....-...i 3a 13-3 1- e i n FOR SALE An old-established oyster i.cVV,!e amI (JI;'u!?-r"0"'s; 12 years Ubtab ',c ,;.at JVncUon or ' car n"cs: can be na t,tSniMi'"a', ir "wiiBla this week. Call at 1 907 7th st. nw. ja 1 3-3t-em FOI 5.EIj JfeStillir.ntlt.. r.I. limhi cfro,.,- line of cars pass the door: Inn? I...isr imv r.ttt- PllMtn ttr nncli A riflk.nM ft-3-f- - RANT, this office. Jal3-3t-em nLf iSffi &W-V5 portajit business out of city. J. A. RIDGE- KiitV",b7E.htaU,,s,.V:U nu,e"t oimlneis; on account of ill-health. Address C. P., Jall-Gt-em tins orrice. AVAT CUES CLEANED1,' 75c; lnainsprings! .o.r.,,a, 10c: aTI ,Vork warranted. gg-SWpRTH, 433 9th st. nw. Jal-7t "'A..l.UkL!s collected, or no charge. H.D. jalO-3? Lawyer,lU35 Fst.; basement. D?T 'iGiuiTAR-Tho7ough a7u7 rapid Instruction: no money required in advance; cut this out. AIR. AND .MRS. E. J HOWES .936KfiMi'w. jal M t MO LER'S BARBER SCHOOL. 333 Bowery, New 1 ork Clfcyj barber trade taught in ,..,. ..,-n.-,. ne.. sjteni; anyone can lenrn DKLSSAIAKER; good cutter nnd ritter; will sew in private ramily. Address C. F.,j.IiIh office. jal4-0t-em Thone 1574. ., Ii y?,u !'ave al! or l,art oC ronr house hold effects for sale jou can avoid all an noyance and secure good prices-quick re-turns-aiid fiir dealing by diopplng postal or telephoning No. J 574. 00 large, clean rooms for storage. Rates very low. Handled by expert help. MARCUS NOTES. Auctioneer, 637 LA. AVE. Money advanced on goods left in storage without interest. ja!4-tf HAIRCUTTING Uy experienced, first-class wliile barbers I 5c: shaving, with hot. dry towel, 10c: this is the only place you cun get It. Cor. 10th st. and N. Y. ave. ja 14-36 MR. SC11EEL, teacher of Piano, onran. singing; particular attention to begin ners, as to those turthei advanced. 1210 U St. nw, Jal 4-7 C 'THE MATRIMONIAL BUREAU. 012 Fst. nw.; room 20. 3d floor: interviews at office. Si: pin-ale residence, SJL jal 4-36 PIANO TUNING, $1.50: when all faiTtry this Tactory expert. JAMES DTJRITY, ''lit-i'L? b:. ' J.U4-36 I DON'T GIVE PRESENTS to introduce my work; Mmply quote you prices tha6 have never been equalled for quality and quantity: 1,000 cards. 30 cents; 1,000 bill iieads,70cents. DAWSON, Cheapest First das'. Printer, 807 ilth st. nw.; 15 vears' experience. Jal3-3t-em 25C PACKAGE, fine stationery free; paper, envelopes, pen, holder, pencil, blotter; to introduce my printing: 500 cards, billheads, note heads, or em elopes, 75c. II AlS,ci)eapest printer in Waslung ton, 210 F st. ne. J.tl3-I0t CHEAPEST first-class carpenter: weather strips furnished and applied, 2 1-2 cents send postal. MACKE.V, 1811 6th St. uw. " Jnl2-0t IP THERE'S ANY PAINTING to be done at your house, lt' money in j-our pocket to let us do the work. We'll do it right and charge very small prices. Rooms paper ed rinest work $2 up. F. G. NO LTE. S10 3th st- No branch. Jal2-tf CLIPPED by G03 G st. nw. electric power, del6-l mo-em HIGHEST cash prices paid for second hand furniture, carpets, pianos: entire houses: stocks or all kinds. Address JONES, 1004 Mass. ave. nw. de7-3mo WATCHES CLEANED. 75c; mainsprings, 5c; crystals, 10c; all work warranted. COATS WORTH, 433 9th t. nw. JnG-7t TV ANTED FARMS. A ANTED A place of from 2 to 10 acres within easy driving distance of the city. Address, with lowest cash price. J. B.. this office. J t jal0-3t ANTLD -Would Hke to ren6 small place or. 5 acres or mqre, not over 10 miles from city; must have house and stable; must be cheap; may buy. Address W. L. M., this office. .ia 15-36 FOB RENT STORES. FOR RENT Large store, with use of cellar: corner Taylor apd Jefferson sts., Ana costla, P. C. Apply on premises. It FOR RENT Corner grocery and provision store; three stories; cellar; furnace: no old stock; no good will to pay for; two floors above may be rented as Hats; bring ing the rent of the'-store, cellar and stable to almost nothing; locality rapidly improv ing with new dwellings and new tenants; a good opening or a hustler: corner of R and First Pts. nw stable free ot cost; rent reduced from 5550 to $30 per month. Apply at 506 11 tb st. nw. ja3-tf LOST. LOST Part link cuff button; aluminum and gold. Reward., 1743 L st. lt LOST-Bunch or keys; 4 flat ones and 3 round ones. Return to 720 Ilth st. nw., and receive reward. jal5-3t-em LOST While hound, with 3 brown spots and brown ears. Reward ir returned to 1 254 Bladensbiirg road. Jal4.-3t-em LOST Small white poodle; male. Re Ward if returned to 1925 F st. nw. Jal 4-36 FOR RENT-STABLES . FOR RE.VT-Brick stable, rear 212 E st. ne.". Tirst-class condition: ren6. $4 ner month. Applyabove number. jal0-3t ''OR RENT Stable in rear Hotel Cham berlln; 4 stalls: living r.juins abuvc in j-ood lenair. Inquire at HOTEL CHAM BLRLIN, 15th and I fits- jal3-6t .,r prnct,?"1 fWl tlaJ" Pert In- (;. "Upar Pension nfflK'l'iliU and 8:30 a. m-, daily rrom ClwrlottesvinV- structors; position guaranteed; recom- a,l)- -'1 f"sloh" 25"""-" Tickets, sleemug car resenation, and in- '!iLa.',o,,i,'l5jn:tc;0lH,ao,,att-l,"'l,lus'rat'l near rrln ncn -'r rL-t!,,t;na'V: foniiatiou Turnished at orfices. 705 15th catalogue mailed free'. Jal5-7t Ui4 AnSli "fl rnxkv f ri'i fii BVn;, tt" . nw. 5il Pennsylvania avenue, and at AT STUD-CARLO"sT(rr633) 1 vr Jal'J--lV : I C0LLL """ ' -t" nw. Pennsylvania Railroad Passenger Station. old., 8. c. St. Bernard; , -winner Ut J- - J-'enl- F. S. GANXOX, 3rd Vice Pre-sideat prize, Washington Dog Show. Address "" OR RENT-No. 712 12th st. .; 5-rm. "' 9TtV'rrt ai?.,,a'c'-'"- F. S., Gth and Pa. ave. uw Auuress brick; water in kitcheu; large front and J- "- Ci'LP, Trnffie Malinger. lo'.w-Viita. nm back vnril: ffnnil Ir.r.-illhv- fimii noit..irt- 'W. A. TlTItlv. Gell. Pfth.. Ainnf. mwvi.m - e-t rt .- -..! n: t i: i.,..vx- -.. a., ,,.. , . FOR 'SA f.E AND HENT. REAL ESTATE BULLETIN, TIT0MA8 E. WAOgAWAy, 017 F ST. XW. UNOIPROYETT PROPERTY FOR SALE. .,...... . . Per foot. r pVMueJ a' ai,a 22d n- $-00 Cor 21 fit and T. sfc Scl,aye, het B andc'sts'sw.'.'.'.'.'.'.': H and nth sts ne , H st, bet 4th and 5th ne , -4lh st, bee L and M nw Sumner 'alley, bet 16th and 17th, L and M nw Ne car 1 lth n.f.ri v. ,. " z uu 3 50 2 25 ,150 150 1 25 1 25 90 75 56 50 30 30 25 30 'i st, bet 12th and ISth nw".".". '.','.'." f "J1; b&t 3.'W and 34th nw -iiiiwmiu, st, uec ist and d ne I st, bet N Cap and 1st ne K st, bet 13th and 14th se Nw cor 18th and A se Lor 1st and 0 se O st, bet 33d and 34th u ve nw F0UR.ST0RY BRICK AND FRAME iiousiSS FOB BALE luaaiaaveiiw.bh, 16 rms 4,800 THREE-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. 005 K st and 002 and 004 Massave lt'in isth Vt nV.biiVo rms..'! ,iv .$35,000 . 0.000 . 8.500 . 0.B00 tji hi, nw, on. iu rms 1515 8tn st nw bh, u ims 114j 21st nw, bhf 0 i;ns FOR RENT HOUSES. 430 2d fit k i; imc 5,500 $25 00 ?.?oSpfHCe st mv . "lis..., 2d 00 .,'.,, w Ht nw '.. 18 10 1 1 al st ne, 7 ims 1290 lllVi .10 St I1W. 5 trim. 12 00 h(IK N I :ivh fi-w- i! iro Upper pc 100 F st sw, 5 nils. .... .. 12 30 . U 00 . 12 80 . 12 42 . 12 00 ' 110 1 an 0 Myrt d 110(5 8th st ne, o ims. 00 Myrtle st ne. 7 rms 1207 K st ne, 0 ims STORES, OFFICES. ETC. Str 1114 G st nw SCO 00 Sir and dwg. 1001 and 1003 P st nw- r 40 00 Str 1402 Pa ave mv 4000 Hall, 3d floor. 410 lOthst nw 35 Oo ou. .tun iivvjj, outs Liii ave mv, i) ims Stj and dwg, 1213 N Y av'e'nwV u nns Str and dwg,.000 2d st sw, 4 rms.. Stable rear 1029 O&tnw..-. Stable, tt Buy bet M und N, 20tn and 21st UW '.. Stable rear 1229 and 122'j 1-2 7th st nw Sir and dwg, 1301 1st sw. 5 rms.. Sttirroom. 'Dili: T. it ,.,,- 30 00 5 c0 2138 15 30 15 00 10 00 12 00 The above is only a portion" o'rth'e nrnn- 8 30 eiv on my books. For full list call at office Tor bulletin Issued on the 1st and 15th. THOS. E. WAG GAM AN, 1)17 F st. nw. FOB RKXT-HOUSES. FOR RENT Large hall; 7th st.sw. by the I infill. i ','HH ir.1'1 8t.fi,v.,0 rooms; m. i $22.50 429 8tll St. SW .: 9 rooms.. lunn i r-ii.i ,. . ' ;. .......... aw.wv. "") a. ave. se.; o rooms 9J50 J..J i. st. se.: o t 118 1-2 M st. se.; 0 rooms io.r.0 950 :S3raV.JS"o mi:::: 4SS ia to' it ' 'l tm e"'' FOR RENT-$10.30, 0-rooiu, rrame; large , ,c,?""a aiia yard: stal le aiJd wagon shed; 1105 D st. ne.; cars pass. Apply to S19 Md. ave. ne. i t.em FOR RENT 507 E st. ne., 0 rooms, bath; side and rear alley; new paper all oven low rent. Inquire S12 Md. ave. ne. lt-em FOR RENT- Rentreduced to refined colored tenant. No. 452 and 454 Franklin st.; '. . r"P,ms: modern improvements; large "r,':.$1.r;30' a"o -No. J321 New Jersey Jersey ave.; $8.30 Jal5-3t i-OK kent-1147 1st st. nw.;S rooms; In ..P.'v'S order; only $18.50. W. C. 1HJVALU 925 F t. Jal 4-36 rOR RENT No. 428 1-2 U stT nw.. it- room bay-winoow brick iiouve: modern imps.; in excellent condition. 432. Keys at No. Jill-l-Ol FOR RENT Two 6-rm. new frame houses. In Twining City; pump in yard; $7 each; one 6-rm 1 26 Q st. sw.: 5; one 3-rm., Annrostia; $5. Apply to owner, B. B. EARNSHAW. - ja9-146 FOB SALE HOUSES. 1-OR SALE A bargain -Nice 8-rooni brick; all iiiodern and in complete condition; ' large yurd and stable: rent, $25; price. ' S2.U00. It in worth SI, 000. C. BOVEIt I A SON, 214 7th St. BW. Jal5 3t FOR SALE A nice 1 0-room house: p.i- j pered throughout; 25 acres or land: barn; cornhouse: stable for 7 horses, and other outbuildings: 1 2 miles from Washington; 8 i inin. walk rrom B. & O. R. R. Station. SS. MLLLy,.Beitfaville. Md. Jal4-3t-eiii FOR SALE Frame house; 6 rooms and bath; iu perfect condition; two squares rrom Columbia car line; ne.; Si, 250. FRAME HOUSE, this orfice. jal3-3t-em FOR SALE-Cheap: a good business prop erty, on 7th st. nw.; near O st. market. Address PROPERTY, this office- jall-Gt FOR SALE Some ot the most attractive houses on ISth st., and at tbo most reasonable prices. JOHN SHERMAN. 010 146b ct- nw. delO-tr Foit s.vLt:-:.! isci:l:.a.vkous. Tn T 1 litPD T.-...1.. .., SI .25 up. STYLE, this orrice. JalV"36 skirts mnile; 1-OR SALE Leaving city, will sell "30 root oil steam launch; cheap. Address B., ibis office- it --r-p -; FOR SALE Pawn tickets for fine watch and gold ring for sale cheap. Address uunu, tins omce. it FOR SALE -Special bargain; one Singer sewing machine, $10; an the attachments; five year guarantee. FUNK'S SEWING MACHINE .EXCHANGE. 327 C st. se. jalO-36 FOR SALE An old Italian violin. 205 th st. ne., call morning or after 5 p. in. Jal6-3t FOR SALE Elegant square piano, cost S400; will Sll for $L00; $5 cash and S3 per month; 1 S130 organ for 68.50; Jb3 e.ish and S3 ner month rmnn ?3 per month. nUGO WOltCH, 023 F, jalu-tt-etii FOR SALE Fine thoroughbred 3etter (dog) pup, 5 months old; also good beadle hound; cheap. 1220 13tn st. mv. j.il5-3t,em FOR SALE-One set of De Molay Com. horse equipments; good as new; owner leaing the cltv. Address HOUSE EQUIP MENT, this office. jalo-3t,em FOR SALE Best Elgin butter: fresh rrom the churn; it's the quality that draws the trade: tnere is none can compete with Youngs's best butter, and only $1.40 for 5 pounds, sent right to your door. Send postal to R. B. YOUNGS, 70 and 77 O st. market, or 09 Riggs Market. . jnlB-St FOR SALE-Large sloop; 35 ft. b yl3 ft.; No. 212 jal5-3t ill carry 250 bu: oysters. Otil St. UW. FOR SALE English bull terrier: pure white; $25; aged 8 months. 1114 Vermont court. jal5-3t FOR SALE -Cow; $12. bt. ne. 1124- Congress jal4-3t-ein FOR SALE Fine St. Bernard pup; 11 months old; trained; cheap. 1721 Pa- a ve. nw- jal4-3t-em FOR SALE Full set of Encyclopedia Bn 6- annica books; 25 vols.; 18U5 issue, piice, S25. AddresJ. A. C.tnisoffice. ja 14-36 FOR SALE Piano, Emerson grand up right; rine tone; in rirst-class condition; cost $100; will sell Tor $ibo casn. ai- dress 515 K st. ne- jal4-3t FOR SALE Setter pups: 3 dogs and 4 bifches. Address SETTER, this office-ja!3-3t-em FOR SALE A square piano. In good con- dition,-for $30 cash. 408 7th st- se. jal3-36-em FOR SALE 1 nw$701atest Improved Au tomatic sewing machine, with all at tachments and 5 years' guarantee, Tor S30. At -'. UERBACH'b DOMliaTlC ROOMS. 7th and n. jal0-6t-em FORSALE Xoung'CdbanandMexicanpar rots, monkeys, gold fishes, dogs, pigeons, canaries, lncunalors, Spratts ami Austin's dog brend; send for catalogue. SCHMID'S BlRDSTORE,71212th st. nw. oc8-tf FOR. SALE $2.98 for 0-rt. extension table; lounges, $2.50; cook stoves, $5; heater, $2.50; parlor and bedroom suites, $1 per week; cheap cash and credit. RED MOND, 313 7th st. nw. oc30-tr-em DANCING. DANCING Waltsr nnd two-step guaran teed in a Tew lessons; no classes; strictlv "i'y?,?: nncy dances also taugnt. MLSS MARIL LKUNakuo. illy M st.'nw., tne oiily lady teacher In Washington who teaches under diploma of national asso ciation or masters of dancing; protect voiirselt rrom incompetent teachers. jall-Ob riin ?fi'nlv,b"',17 r,'ns $20,000 H? i0UI st '"V- bn- 1- r"S 16,000 17Q1 o w, bh, J2 rms 15,000 ii? r bt ,m" l.,n' ia r'n 10.000 woU?0 mv' "!' i ms 10.000 l.iJ.J V t ILVR Till- 1)1, l r..w. V.. .. . I .uuu 1 T,n I.num n .... .. III. illlll IT. .! II III Ilil.ll l-.Vll-Ill, 3IIIIIU.V- ; i ,. lit. . ,,,,-.11, ,n,t-:r a,,, .. j. -l.,if , , , . ucr.s . -al. j- ,,;s- ,,,, z ltAlLitOAVS. Washington, Alexandria and Mount Vernon Railway. From Station 13 1-2 St. & Pa. Are. In Effect November 14. 185J7. For Alexandria fweek days), 0.30. 7.05, 5. ox.: 8.0O. 85. 8.59. 9.50. 10.05. ex.; 11.00. 11.45 a. m.; 12.05, ex.; 12:20. 1.15, 1.45, 2.05, ex.; 2.40, 3.20. 3.69. x:: 4i15 cx" 4.C0. B.05. 6.20. ex.; 5;10. G.05. ex.; G.30. 7.06, 8 00. 0.00. u.uu, jli.u. ii.oy p. m. 5or. Alexandrli tSundajs), 745, 8.45. V'sli' 1J?-30 U.lOa in., 12.00 noon. 12.45 1-30. 2.15. 3.00. 3.45. 4.30, 5.16, 6.00, 0.45, 7.30, 8.15. 0.OO. 10.CO, 11. 20 p. m. , Jf2l -llountYcrnon (weekdays) 6.30,8.00. 10-05. 11.05. 11.00 a. in., 12.05. 1.15, 2-05, 3 50. 7.00 p. ,. For Mount Vernon (Sundays), 7.45, 9.48 n. m., 1.00 noon, 2.15, 3.45 and 0.45 P. m. For Arlington and AqueductBrldge (week Cays). 8.00. 8.59,10.05, ind 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 (Sundays;. 7:45.8:45, 9:45. 10:30 11:16. n in., la-.oo noon. 12:45, 1:30. 2:15. 3: 00, "3:45. 4:30, 5:15, 6:00, 6:45, 7-30, 8:15 p. m. Baggage checked frae for passenger holding first-clasa tickets at station. Bi cycles. 25 cents each. Parcel carrled. uol3-ct -ror Southern Railway, (Schedule in effect Jan. 17, l-UA) All trains arrive and leave Pennsylvania Passenger Sution. 8:01 a. m. Dally, local for Danville. Charlotte and way stations, connects at Mnna"as ror Strusburg, Harrisonburg and Staunton, daily, extent Sunday, and at Lynchburg with the Norfolk and tVeateni. dally. t 11.15 a. in. Dally. I he UNITED STATES ' FAST MAIL, carrtes Pullman Buffet Sleepers, New York and Washington to Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with Pullman aleeper ror AsheMlle ami Hot j Springs, N". 0.; Kno-.ville and Uiatt.t- i nooga, Tenn.: and at Charlotte with Pull- I ,nan Sleeper for Augusta. Pullman Burret ! Sljepdr,New Xorkto .sew Orleans, connect- ) nig at -tiant.i ror iiirmingnam and iitm- inn-. voiiiieus ut Ljnitiiuui vviiii Ljjesa- peako and Ohio Railway for Lexington and i Natural Bridge, daily. Solid train, Wash ington toNuw Orleans withoutciiange. Hun j set personally-conducted totirit excursion ' through sleeper on this train.every Weoues- id,y aim auturuay to oau rraucitco, wun out change. 4:01 p. m. Local Tor Front Royal, Stras burg and Harrisonburg, da iiy, except Sun day. 4:19 n. m. Dailv. local for CharlottpR- ville. 6:00 p. m. Dally. exc;ot Sunday, NEW I YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITED: com posed or Pullman's- latest Drawing-room, Compartment, Observation, Library, and ' Dining Cars, ror Jacksonville and St. Augustine, and drawing-room car for Augusta, with connection ror Aiken. ! lo:43 p. m Daily, WArim.xu t o.x AN'D , SOETHWESTEKN, VESTIBULED, LIM- ! ITED. composed of Pullman Vestibuled I sleepers, dining cars and day coaches, j Pullman Sleepers New York to NahvjHe, , Tenn., via Ashevilie, Knosvllle and Chat- tanooga; New York to Tampa, via Cliar loixe, Columbia, Savannah.andJackionMlIe, uniting at Danville -with Pullman Sleeper ' from iticlimond to Augusta, via Columbia, with connection for Aiken, S. C-; New York to Memphis, via fiirmingharn; N'ew ' York to New Orleans, via Atlanta and Montgomery. Vestibuled day coach Wash ington to Atlanta, Southern Railway dining car, Greensboro to Montgomery. TRAINS ON WASHINuTON AND OHIO DIVISION leave Washington 9-01 a. in. dally and 1:15 p. in- daily, except Sunday, aud 0:lO p. in. bundayoniy foutound Hill 4:32 p. in. daily, except Sunday, for Lees- burg, and 6:10 P. in. dally for Herndon. jioiorning. arrive at wasningion, a:t in. and 3:00 p. in. dally, from Round Hill, j and 7:06 a. m. daily, except Sunday from ' Hemdon, and 8:31a. m- daily, exceptSun i day, from Leesburg. i Through trains from the South arrive at , Washington 6:42 a. m-, 2:20 p. in. and 9:25 p. in- dally. Harrisonburg, 12-40 p STEAMBOAT. Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Co Every day in the year for Fortress Monroe, Norfolk. Newport News and all points South by the superb, pow- erful steel pslace steamers, "Sew- port News," "Norfolk" and "Wash- ington," on the following schedule. Snuthtuimii. Leave Washington j Leave Alexandria i Arrive Fort Monroe Arrive Norfolk ....7:00 p.m. ....7:30 p.m. :ooa. m. i9y "'" ....8.10a.m. Arrive Portsmouth NorthLound. Leave Portsmouth Leave Norfolk Leave Fort Monroe Arrive Alexandria Arrive Washington 5:30 p.m. ....6:10 p.m. 7:0 p. in. 0:30 a. m ....7:oo a. m. visitors lo unnmijeriin s new hotel. "The Hygeia," and Virginia Beach will find this the most attractive route, insuring a comfortable night's rest. Large and luxurious rooms, heated by .vteam and fitted throughout witli eieciric lights. Dining-room service is ? la carte- and '! sPPe! tom the I "est tiiab me nmrkcib ui wasuington , auu .to.iuiK .uiuiu. t ilCKeisou sais uu. n. express office. 817 Pennsylvania avenue, 513 oiy, 1-4 -ii rennsynauia avenue; ts. ,-c 0. ticket office, corner 15th street and New York avenue, and on board steamers, where tune table, map, etc., can also be had. Any other information desired will he furnished on application to the 1111- dersigned at the company's wharf, foot of Seventh St., Washington, D- C- Telephone No. 750. JNO. CALLAHAN. General Manager. fe23 CncilCH NOTICES. Fy?T .Association of Spiritualists. Temple 513 9th t. nw. Services Suiiduv at lO a. 111. and 7:30 p. m. Dloursas ry Mrs. Cora L. V. Richmond, the pa-tor. Moraine subject, "The Relatijn ot the Adepts to tt.' Phenomena of Modern SpirittialiMn." Even ing subject. '-The King's Palace. Masonic and Oriental." Questions answered before and poems improvised after conclusion of lecture. Children's lyceiim and Sundav school andadultclas-s at 10 a. 111. All seats are free to all services. It TOMORROW, Sunday, evening, the Rev. Mgr. Conaty, rector of the Catholic Uni versity, will preach a charity sermon for the benefit or the noor. nc Sr. Peter's Church, corner or Second and C sts. se- espers win dq at . o ciocK, aud extra preparations have been made to have the music on this occasion particu larly fine. The well-known eloquence of the reverend monsignor. combined with 1 he fine music and the very worthy ob- toft it. VirTV- Will Tin .Iritflit: n,,ui. t.w. --- - ' -" "- w..,.- ... i handsoine church of St. Peter to be filled ' with a large audience. lt-em SriRITUALISM-Typograpbicnl Hall, 425 G st. nw.. Sunday evening, 8 o'clock. Mrs. Zoiler assisted by another medium; spirit tests; automatic writing, etc.: M'i"i Tiirwln; ini Fridav evenings at residence, 1102 N. 1. ave. (cor. Ilth and I nw.) Jal5-2t-2in SPIRITUALISM-Conrederate Veterans' Hall, cor. E and Ilth sts. nw., Sunday services at 7:30 p. m.: Mrs. Etiitii B. it. Nhkless. pastor- uiscoursc and spirit mes- ' sages; suver collection; ffonn's Hall, lues- nav. 8 p. 111., psychometric rendincR nnd ts.sts.- 1 t-em FOR EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE ir you cannot sell your property let me traoe It for jou; large for small: improved for unimproved; clty for country, anrr vice versa: I hnve-parties who will pay cash at prevent market val ues for small houses in all sections of the city; ownjrs, let me hear from you. ABRAHAM FISHER, 512 E st. nw. jal0-3t EXCHANGE Splendid rich soil Kansas farn., 160 acres, clear; want first-class j riirnltiire, upright piano. andca,-h:or what have you? Addr&ss PAXTON, this office, jal 0-3 1 FOR SALE-Or exchange for a gentle man's wheel, a new laules wheel, ridden 40 -miles. 000 Md. ave. ne. Jal J-3i-em EDUCATIONAL. LUSSONS in Ungllsh, French. Latin. music mathematics French conversation; best refs.: will visit. Address TEACH KR, 040 N. 5. ave.; or call between 7 and 8 p. m. jalo-3C J. O. RUSSELL. Teacher o? Guitar. 02 list, nw-; terms reduced after -i p. m. jall-7t RAILROADS. PENNSYLVANIA m KAILltOAD. ISTATICN CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STREETS. 7:50 A. Af. week days PITTSBCRG EX PRESS Parlor auo Dining Cars, Harris-' burg to Pittsburg. 10:o A. m. r6n..dTLTANIA LIMITED Pullmau Sleeping, Dining, Smoking and Observation Cu, iiarr.ooufK to ciutaso, Cincinnati, Inuianapolis, bt. Louis, Cleve land and Toledo. Bnffet Parlor Car tn f j f ( Harrlsburg. 10:oo a. ai-.t'AST LINE-Pullman BuffeC i Parlor Car to Burriaourg- Bullet Parlor Car, Harrsiburg to PittsDurp. 3:40 P. M. Chicago and ST. LOUIS Express Sleeping Car Washington to bt. Louis, and Sloping and inning Cars Har rlsburg to St. Louis, NaflUvijle (via Cin cinnati) and Chicago. 7:jo p. m. wnaljcxtrf EXPRUSS-Pullman Sleeping Car to Pittsuurg, thicugo, and Harrisourg to Cleveland. Dining car to Chicago. 7.20 p. 4a- SOETHWESTERN EXPRESS Pullman feleeptiiK Cars Washington to Pittsburg and Harrlsburg to &t. Loula and Cincinnati. Dining Car. 10:40 l'. M. PAUF1C EXPRESS -Pull man Sleeping Car to Pittsuurg. 7:6i A. M. lor iCaue.CanauuaigLa, Itoches ter and Niagara Falls daJy, except Sun day. 10:ou A- M. for Elmlra and Renovo dally, ,xcKPt Sunday. Jfor Wililamsport daily, 3:40 p. in. 7:2u x . ..i. for Williainsport, Rochester, Eri', Butfalo and Nhigara fails daily, except Shtiiruay, wan bleeping Car, Washington to Bjffalo. 10MO P. .-u.ior fcri-,Caiiandaigca, Roches ter, Buffalo and Niagara i-ad' daily, Pullman sleeping Car Wasniij,tou to Rochester Saturdays only. For Philadelphia, New York and tbo Labc- 1.00 p. in., "CONGRESSIONAL LIM ITEl," uaiiy. all Parlor Cars, with lin ing Oar from Baltimore. Regular nt 7.00 (Dining Car),a-00, &.00, 10.00 tDIuiug Car, unn ll.OO (Dining tur irom "Vn iplngton, a. in., 12.45, a 15, 4.u. 0:60, 10:o0anail 50 p. m. Onbunday,7:00, (Dining fan, :uU, U 00, 11 oo xliuiug Car rrom iimiugtoni,a. m., 12.15, 3:15. 4:20, 0.50. 10:0u and 11.50 p. m. For Phlladelpnta ouly,i!a6t Kxpres. 7:50 a iii., weekdays. t.xpres, 12: 1 6 p.m. week days, 2:01, and 0:40 p. m. daily. For Boston, without change, 7.50 a. in. week days, and 4:20 p. m. dally. For Baltimore, o 2o, t CO. 7 50, 8:00, 9:00, 10-00, 10-GO, and ll.CO a. in-: 12:15, 12:46, 12.50, 2.01, 3.15, 3:40, (4:00 Limited), 4:20, 4:30, 5-tu, 0-lft, 6:5U, 7:2o, 10 00, 10.4O, II i& and. 11:50 p. in. On Sunday, 7:o, 8:o0. 9:00, 9.05, 10.50.. 11 00 a. m., 12:15, 1-15, 2:01, 3:15. 3 40, U 00 Limited, 4:20, 5:40, 6 15. 6 50, 7.20, 10:00, 10:40 and 11:60 p. in- For .rope s CreeK i-ine. 7 50 a. in- and 4:36 p. m., daily, except Sunday. For Annapolis, 1 w, 9 oo a. in., 4 20. and 6'4o p. in., dally, except bunciay. Sundays, 9:00 a. in-and 4 2u p.m. AtLviitlo .-oast Line -i.proi io. norida. and points on Atlantic Coast Line, 4:20 a in., 3:46 p. m. daily; Richinonu only, 10:57 a. m- week-cays, Atlanta topecial. via Richmond, and Seaboard Air Line, 4:40 p. in. daily. Accommodation for wuantico, f m& a. in-, daily, and 5 p. 1 m. week-days-! Seasbore Connect lons. For Atlantic City U-u Delaware Knee Bridge, all-rail route). 3.15 p. in., dally? via imrKei street wharl, lo CO and ll:uO a. in., 12 45 p m., week-days, and 11:50 p. m., dally. , For cape jja.y, 11-00 a. m., week-days, 1150 p. m.t daily. iicket unices i-j.ner Fifteenth and G streets and at the station. Sixth and B Streets, where orders can be left for the checking or baggage to destination frora hotels aud residences. J.E.IIFTCHINaON.GeneralManager. J. R- WUuii, General Passenger Agent. Baltimore & Ohio, Schedule in effect Uov. H. U07. Leave Washington from Station corner or New Jersey avenue and c" st. For Chicago hi.u i.oniivwi, V -m.. I1 Limited trains, 11:05, 11.25 a. m-, 8.05 p. m- ruf Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapo lis Express, 11:25 a. m- Vestibuled Lim ited, 3:40 p. m., express 11 5& p.m. For Piitoutirg and Ueveianu, express daily 11:05 a. m- and 8.50 p.m. i of columcus, loteoo and-Koit, 11:55 p. m- Winchester and wav stations, .8 a. m-, 13:40 and T5.-30 p. m. ror ,fW Ofltftt,..-.. jiemnhi. Birmingham. j Chattanooga. Knoxvjlle. Bristol and Kai noke, 0:ou p. rn-, daily; sleeping c ts mrougu. For r.uray, 3:40 p. :n., daily. For Baltimore, week days, 5, 6.30, X7.U5. X7.10. X7.30, xb, c-JO, xy.iO. X1V.00 a. in., X12.05 m., xl2 lo, 12.T,j Xl.15, X3.00. 3.20, X4.30, 4-i5, if...;, X5.10, 50, X6.20, J-iO, xS.OO, b.15. X0.20, 11.15, xll.50 p. in., and X12.01 night. Sundays. x7.05, x7.10, X7.30, 8 JO, xb.OO a. m., X12.10. xl,lB. 1.20, x3.00. 3.20, 4.35, X5.05, X5.1U, 6.3U. xa.OO, X9.20, 11.15. Xll.50 p. m., xl2.ol nlgni. For Anuaitoll-1, 7.10 andBJOa. m...il( and 5.3b p. in. Sundays, 8J10 a. iu., 4.35 p. in. For Frederick, week days. S. 11.25 a.m.. 1.30, 50 p. in. Sundays, 0 a. m., 1.16 p. in. Por Hngerstown, Til. 05 a.m. and toJO p. in. !..,- rtf.t-fl ami TOf.- ,,-ifnftf vnuL ln f u I S.00 a. in., 4.30. 5.30. 7 05 p. m. Sun- days,9.00 a.m., 1.15,7.03 p.m. lor uaitnersDurg and way points, weec days, 8. t), a. m., 12.50, 3.i5, 4J, 5.J5; 7.05, 11.13, p. in. Sundays, u a. m.r 1.15. 43, 7.05, 10.15 p. m. ror Wasfilngton Junction and way points. 8 a. m., 4.3o, 5.30 p. m , week days. 0 a. in.. 1.15 p. m., Sunday ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW VORK AND PHILADELPHIA. All train illuminated w"ith Pintebllpht- For l'niiadeljihia. New lork, Boston ai.il the East, week days. 7.05. 8. 10 a. .. 12.05. 1.15 (all liitung Ursj.j. 5.o5 Diu- Ing Car J, (12.01 night; Sleeping Car open at iu ociocki. isunday., 7.05. V a. in. ii.ij, ijiiunir care .t. lo.oo diiiu: curk 12.01 night; Sleeping Car open 10 u 'cluck. Aiiuiuomi! trams ror J'nitadeipiita, weeK days, daily, S p. m. , Parlor Cars on all day trains. For Atlantic City, 10 a. in.; 12.05 noon, nnd 1-15 and 3 p. m. week nays, 5 a. in. Sundays. For Cape May, 12.05 noon. 'Except Sunday, x Express trains. Baggage called for and cecketTiom ho tels and resldem.es by Union Transfer Co. on orders left at ticket officev..G10 Penn sylvania avenue nort.v.vest. New fork neuue and Firieentn street, u mint depot. VM. M. GREENE, I. B. MARTIN Gen. Manager. Mgr.l'um- lraffii-. Chesapeake & Ohio By. Tliroupli the Grandest scener o Amerlcn, All Trulns "Vewtifculed, Electric T.lhteil, Stcnm Heatod All McaH Served in Dining; Car. Station Slxtli nnd B bt recta. Schedule in effect Januarv 5, IbOS. 2.20 1'. M. DAIL1 Cincinnati and St. Louis Sppciai Solid train for Cincinnati, Pullman Sleepers to Cincinnati. Lexington, Louisville, Indianapolis, and Se. LoubJ Without change. Parlor Cars, Cincinnati to Cnicago- 11-10 P. M. DAILY F. F V. Limited Solid tralu for Cincinnati. Pullman Sleep ,.- fcvr v.ti..iiiiiLbl. LCAinClUD. UI1U LiUllU- rra to Cincinnati. Lexington, and Lotils- "He without change, open for reception I or passengers at 0 n. m. Pullman Com- I parlment Car to Virginia Hot Springs, with- uuueuauge, xuesuays, Ttiursdays, and eatr urdajs. Connection daily. Sleepers, Cin cinnati to Chicago and bt. L-.uis. 10:57 A. M.. EXCEPT SUNDAY-Parlor car. ashingtott toRichmondand Richmond to Old Point. Only rail line, via Penn.. R.. F- & P.. anil C. & 0. Railways. 2:20 P. M. DAILY For GordonsvlIIe. Charlottesville, Staunton, and Tor Rich mond, dally, except Sunday. and Ohio offices, 513 and 1421 Pennsyi ARuvauun anu iiciceiH at creoapeaice vama avenue, and at the station. H. W. FULLER. Bol6-a.m-tf General Passenger Agent. FOIt SALE HORSES & CARRIAGES FOR SALE OR TRADE- Horse, harness, and wagon, covered, will trade for piano, organ, or cigar store", pav diff erence, ir any. Address 1-. tnis t.rfice. 16, em FOR K ALL Horses. wacons.h.irne. safe, push cart, gas ranee, coal range, gas Stoves. etc.. cueap. A6 512 Mh st. UW. 16, em FOR SALE One good coupelette and phaeton: nearly new. Applv In rear oc 909 list. mv. j.115-76 FOR SALE "Driving horse, cheap: five years old. 2115 Et.nw. jal4-3t TOR SALE 30 sidebar and liusmess bug gies, 8 surreys, 12 phaetons. 6 express wagons, 6 dayton wagons, and a full line of -'d-tiund harness: now is the hauce- to buy cheap, or trade. A. J. STAPLER, 200, 211. 213 Ilth nw. jall-Ot-em I P."L IEyT MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT Typewriters, 52 and $3 .1 month; double mattress for ale. $1. Address Sfci 1 LE, UarTiaon r'ata. jalo-3t-eia