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v,v?-4g-rJ - r- ? " 1 THE TJMES. WASHINGTON, ffftlDAY, NOVEMjBER 11, l&mi IIBU' WA.VTKD-UAI.il .ldvor!..ri!irn(H timlcr this lleml will be fiiNt-rlc-el fop me cent n word for cocli liiMcrllon. WANTED Men, triable, to tick S"'gns; $12.10 per urek and expenses; stcadr work; s-nd 10c lor p t (if. sample, etc. YOUNG MEDICINE CO., 24:9 N. (Ylorado it., Philadelphia, Pa. noB-ll-Ct : H ANTED Y.uii nun In grtctry; onr with somi experience. Apply, alter 5 p. m., North Caphrl and (I tts. iw. It WANTED A go.d baibcr; a settled man pre fcrrrd. Apply at 717 Mh St. se. It WANTED Firti-class papcrhanger, Willi toVs. Alply 712 I tt. nw. It WANTED St rcng white lor tor baker's shop. W. KU:iN, 2510 Center Et. nw. It WANTED Two boj-s; experienced press f-cdjrs. HAYWORTU I'LIJLISIHXU HOUSE, 510 cth St. nw. It WANTED Ul'KCEsS'S AGENCY, 503 10 h ft. nw.; manager for lunchroom, 3 white waiters, vegetable cook; today. It WANTED Painters and decorators; fir-t-c!a only; those who are familiar with uater-color work preferred. ItlCIIAltD W. HESDEHSEN, 1113 Est. nw. noll-3l WANTED lrrigrt young inan; about 18, and of fair size, with bicycle; traall salary to Ug'n; come well recommended. 53 LeDroit Building. It WANTED First-class butler and assistant for first-clais family; apply early. EMPLOY MENT office, 315 c st. it WANTED Youth about IS; one with knowledge cf jewelry work preferred; at encj. KAUN-S. 545 iith St. bo. lt WAXT:D A bor for general store work. WHITE t REDDING. 611 Pa. ave. lUro WANTED A bright, intelligent young boy, to stand in market and work around yard; mu,t stay nights ard lure tils. 1333 1-2 t. sw. It. cm WANTED Young man to keep books in bakery: easy hours; state salary and rets.; Business High School graduate preferred. Address A. D. X, this office. It.cm WANTED Porters, drivers, cooks, waiters, Iwys, butWf, firemen, stablemen. dishwashers. CITY INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. 127 11th t. nw. nol0-3t WANTED Experienced milk wagon driver; middle-aged, and must come well recommended. Addrfss NEW FlUM. this office. nol0-3t WANTED Eerybody to uc our GSc-per-1,000 business cards. CUT-PRICE I'niNTEltY, 010 th st. nolO-Ot WANTED An asitant bartender; middle-aged man preferred. 1135 II St. ne. nol0 3t WANTED Everjbcdy to use my 75-cent per 1,000 business cards billhead, and circulars; s;e them. W. II. DAWSON, Printer. $07 sth st. no0-7t,em WANTED A boy, under 15, with good character, to make himself generally useful in a stole. Addtesi A. E. n.. this office. noI-3t WANTED Window drcsocr, who writes his own cards. E1SEMAN BROS., cor 7lh and E. noS-3t,em WANTED- Salesman to sell low-priced slot ma chine: biff money earner for purchasers. Ap ply 919 Pji. flTe, ttw. no2-tf.era HELP WASTED-KEJIA1.E. AdicrttHcnients under this head will Ik- Inserted for oue cent n word for ench Insertion. WANTED Tliree thoroughly competent women to line fur capes and coals; good, neat sew ing necesiry. Apply SAKS FUR, CO., corner 13th and G su. nw. It WANTED A colored girl for general housework. '1747 Orrgcn ave. nw. It WANTED A reliable white girl to do general "housework. Apply TSI6 7th st. nw. noll-St W.VNTED Five energetic ladies; good pay. 328 -Pa. ave. te. It WANTED Woman to cook, wash, and iron: must stay nights; bring satisfactory refs. 1325 2Itt sL It WANTEI Woman to do general housework far 2. Call, before: 2 o'clock, at 1103 X. IL ave. It WANTED Girl for general housework. 100 G st. nw. lt WANTED Young white girl or middle-aged woman for light housework. 1350 C st. sw. It WANTED White Cerman girl for housework. 1714 7th St. nw. It.cm WANTED Young girl to work in confectionery store. ATLANTIC CUT CANDY CO., 402 S.h st. nw. lt.em WANTED Female agents to sell Zanborcm Antl--M-ptic Tablets, the well-known remedy for fe male complaints. HENRY A. JOHNSTON, 1221 i. J. ave nw. lt.em WANTED Girl to assist cook and clean up. 1701 r. St.; basement; o p. m. lt.cm WANTED Girl for general housework; no wash ing or Ironing; wages ?S month. Apply 1531 8th st. nw. lt.cra WANTED White girl as nurse. Apply at 1205 10th St. nw. noI0-2t WANTED General houseworkcrs, cooks, cham bermaids, scamstrcstts, room cleaners. laun dresses; places furnished till suited. SHACKLE FOIID'S. 427 11th st. nw. nolOSt WANTED White girl or woman to do general housework. Apply to S21 3d st. se. no9-2t.em WANTED Reliable wenan, as cook and laun dress; rets, required. 2100 18th st. nw. noS-3t,em WANTED A girl for general housework. Apply 1512 Grant St.. Jit. Pleasant. no8-3t.em IIELP WANTED MALE AND FE3IALE. WANTED At 1013 X. Y. ave. nw.; 30 colored men and women for housework; fair wages. Call at 8 a. m. It SITUATIONS WANTED PE3IAI.I5. AtlvcrtlKCiueittm under tliiM Iieuil will be Inserted for one cent n. srord far each Insertion. WANTED By respectable colored girl, place as nurse, chambermaid, or houseworker; refs. 1317 5th st. nw. noll-2t WANTED By respectable colored girl, place to do general housework or ccok in small f'mi'y; reit. 107 Mass. ave. nw. noll-2t WANTED By expexiencsd seamstress, sowing in families; machine furnished if required; reL given. Address SEAMSTRESS, this otflie. noll-3t WANTED By respectable colored girl, place as nurse or chambermaid; refs. Old L st. nw. noll-2t WANTED- By reliable colored woman, place as cookcr laundrcfg. I0O5 U st. nw. noll-2t WANTED Sewing in private family; Taylor sys tem: good cutter and fitter. Address FOH EIGNEIi. this office. noll-3t WANTED lly respectable colored girl, place to do general housework. 25 Delrces st- nw. lt.em WANTED By respectable colored girl, piece to do general housework in private family. 101 F st. nw. lt.em WANTEP lly a respectable young woman, place as nurse, general houseworker, or chamber maid. Address 410 Richaidscn St., bet, 4th and 5th, It and S. lt.tm WANTED By respectable colored woman, place as cook in private family. 1127 11th st. nw. Item WANTED By colored woman, washing to d at borne cr go out half day washing. 3 Shad Ilow nw. nol0-2t WANTED By Swtdi-h girl, place as nu-se. Ad dress BOX 52, this idlce. nol0-2t WANTED Washing to do at home or out by day. 322 O st. se. no9-3t SITUATIONS WANTED MALB Advertisements nnder tltis licnd Trill be Inserted for oue cent a word for encb Insertion. WANTED By stror.g young white man. . work in 'bread or cake bakery. Address BI1EAD, 'this cOce. It "VVaNTED By compositor, steady situation; fa- tnHiar with tailroad work; all-round rule and figure worker. Address TABLE, this office. It WANTED By steady ycung colored roan, place in private family -or restaurant cook. Apply (B7 Madison st. nw. . . . nofl-2t.em WANTED By joung colored man, place to work around house or drive for -doctor, Address- JOHNSON. 1137 9th St. nw. no9-3t WANTED AGENTS. LVTEST, largest, cheapest and best "History of Spanish-American War" now ready for de livery; ten live, energetic ladies and gentlemen wanted to take orders for it:- 825 per week easily earned; no experience necessary, at the book almost sells IttelL DINSMORE TUB. CO.. 821 5th at. nw. nolu-3t t'A.Tl!:0 BOOHS. WANTED-Niicly-fur. rocms' In northwet, with out lioard: centrally located: state terms. Address PAT, this office. It WANTED 2 or 3 unfur. rooms for light" house kteping. Addrtai C C. this oflitC; noll-3t WANTED By young womsn, the use of room of an cvtning end on Sundays. Address PHI- YATE, this oSee. lt,em WANTED One cr two fur. or party fur. rooms in small family, witii no other roomers or boarders. Y. W this office. lt.em WANTED Fur. room for light housekeeping; about $5. Address U. S., this offlce. no0 3t WANTED Three cr four unlur. rooms for light housekeeping; northeast; by Nov. 15. Add.'ess HASTE, this office. no9-3t WANTED Two orthrrc unfur. rocms; 2d floor; in vicinity of Pension Office. F. SI. W.. this office. nc3-3t,em WANTED HOUSES AND VEHICLES. WANTED To buy dayton. horee. andUumsss; good condition. 727 1st st. nw. null-3t WANTED Horse for his keep; light work; refmncts. Address HOUSE, this office. nolOSt "WANTED rLATS. WANTED Flat of 3 or i rooms in northwest fr light housekeeping; terms must be reas mb'e. Address E FLAT, this office. no!l-3t WANTED niCYCi -ES. WANTED Lady's '93 whceL Address ENID, this (.nice. noll-5t WANTED Bus for hotel use; seating 10 or 12. Address It. W. B this offiee. It WANTED Either an articulated human skeleton or all the bones welt cleaned: state price, which must be reasonable. Z. Y. X., this office. nol0-2t,em WANTED A four-foot showcase: mut be in good condition and cheap. 1023 7th St. nw. lt.em WANTED Learncis ol telegraph; you will find it to ycur advantage by callicg at No. 712 2d St. nw.. before 9 a. m.f or alter 0 p. m. lt.em WANTED To buy, cheap, a wardrobe and licok cae. 719 Sth St. nw. nol0-3t WANTED Customer for fresh alderney milk at 5c per quart. Address ALDERNEY, this of fice. D0l0-3t WANTED Four-foot walnut desk; roll top or bookcase; give price. Address'DISK, this of fice. no9-3t WANTED Fifty dresses to make for ladies during November and December, for $3 to $5; waists, J1.50 and $3; skirts, ?1.50 to $3. At SIRS. BEARD'S. 110 F st. nw. noS-7t.em I WILL BUY for cash any store or stock of dry goods, clothing, shoes, groceries, tobacco, etc. SALM BEIIREND. 717 10th St. nw. oclB-lm WANTED To buy or tell, machinery of all d scriptiins, snch as steam engines, buileis, iron girders, elevators, electric motors, platform scales, leather beltings, rcpzs. pullers, gas futures, old harness, steam, water and gas pipes; alsa old iron, brass, copper, lesd, sine, books and paper flock, for which I piy highest market prices. . BERNHEIMER. 930 C st. nw. mhS-tf-em FOR KENT 1'AnSIS. TOR KENT A farm of 100 acres in Yirginia; 3 miles from Washington; suitable for dairy and gardening; brick dwelling and all necessary out buildings. Address J. E. SICKLES, St. Elmo, Alexandria County,. Va. no3-llt yOIl SALE FAIUIS. FOR SALE 87 1-2 acres, 10 miles from Midland Station. Fauquier County, Va.; CO acres clover grass, balance wood and pasture; all fenced; roll ing loam soil; good 6-room house and porch; poultry house; all outbuildings; pure spring water; large old shade trees; faces county road; has paches. apples, pears, plums, cherries, grapes, etc.; 1 1-2 miles to church, school, store, postoffice. saw and grist mill; spring water at house and every field; co-t owner, with repairs, tl.100 three years 'ago; will sell at $G00. ABRA HAM FISHER. 512 E St. nw. notWt FOUND. OYSTERS, A NO. 1 Wholesale and retail; 20c per qc; .ac per gauon; extra selects, zx per qc; delivered free. I.ACEY'S. 607 N. Y. are. seiDtf FOR SALE HOUSES. FOR SALE Cheaper than rent; only ?2,500; $100 ctuTt; balance monthly; new bay window brick; G rooms and bath; modern improvements; No. 2421 7th St. nw. IL W. WALKER t SON, 1008 F St. nolO-3t FOR SALE This is a bargain; reduced to S3.000; easy terms; neat bay window brick; 6 rooms and bath; modem improvements; 0th st. ne., half square from cable cars. It. W. WALKER & SON, 1006 F St. nol0-3t FOB SALE Business property. 909 II st. ne.; easy terms. Apply OWNER, 1313 C st. nw. noS-6t FOR SALE OR RENT-BARGAINS. White stone front; 10 rooms and bath; a. m. L; fine for a home or investment. 1704 st. nw. Brown stone and brick, on Capitol Hill; ten rooms; hath; steam beat; a. m. I. Also comfortable six-room house. 7th st. ne. See owner, D. S. HENDRICK; oclS-lm 715 14th St. nw. FOR SALE HORSES AND VEHICLES. FOR SALE Good sound mare. 5th and Albany sts. ne. lt.em FOU SALE Delivery wagon, horse, buggy, and harness. Rear 422 M st. nw. no9-3t,em FOR SALE Cheap; 1 heavy two-horse wagon. Corner Del. and Va. aves. sw' noO-St FOR SALE Horse, harness, and delivery wagon; cat $225; owner will sell for 5100. Call HARPER'S LIVERY STABLE, 1305 G st. nw. n60-3t FOR SALE One gray mare; quick and handy; cheap. 1843 7th st. nw. nono8-3t,e"m FOR SALE Cheap, one platform 'express or fur. niture wagon. 473 N. Y. ave. nw. no8-4t,em FOR SALE Brown Kentucky mare. 6 years old, 15 1-2 hands high; can pace a mile in 2:50 or no sale; and buggy and harness; also 3 business horses; will be sold at a sacrifice. Inquire at STAUt-t-s in rear azz u si. nw nexwt HORSES, BLANKETS, HARNESS, ETC.. at the most reasonable prices. 'S. BENSINCER'S BAZAAR. 940 La. ave. oc20-lmo,cm FOB. RENT STORE AND DWELLING. FOR RENT With or without stable for seven horses, 2012 H st. nw., the Desfosse French Bakery, store, dwelling, with 9 bedrooms, bakery; two show windows for confectionery or groceries- no3-lmo FOR RENT 04 n et. ne., store, cellar and stable; reduced rent. -Key at 1848 5th st. nw. FOR RENT STABLES. FOR RENT Four-stall stable and good room for carriages; dry. 1206 K St. nw. noll-3t FOR REST-TYPEWRITER. TYPEWRITERS for rent, 53, ?3.50 and ?4 per month; come In and try one. NEWSIAN'S. Gil 7th st. no5-l l-2rao.em FOR SALE LOTS. FOR SALE Tliree lots for $1,000; 16x50; three squares from electric cars; n?. section; easy terms. Address LOTS, this office no!0-5t FOR SALE Lots, it the high, healthy, tnd scenic section on Conduit Road and Great Falls Electric Railway; $10 cash and $1 per week; no interest; money loaned to build; 30 minutes from posteffice; reduced coupon car tickets. CLARK RROS GC5 l.'lh st. nw. ocl2-lmo.era FOR SALE COUNTRY PROPERTY". VIRGINIA REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE Farms and farm lands; from 5 to 1,000 acres; villa sites from 1-2 acre up; mining and mineral properties; real estate bought, sold and exchang. ed. C. L. CAMPBELL. 1339 F st. nw. tw21-lra FOR EXCHANGE. WANTED To exchange an Eagle bicycle and boy's or girl's small one for first-class lady's wheel. Address EX, this office. noll-3t FOR EXCHANGE I make a SDecialtv of-lrrfi.w properties; send me- full description of your proriy lor cai-uange. i nanoic city, suburban, and country. Improved and unimproved. ABRA. HAM FISHER. 512 E st. nw. ocSl-lnu FOR RENT 1031 8th St. nw.; handsomely-fur. front room, 2d lloor; suitable for gentlemen; heat, gat, and lath. . . noll-3t FOR RENTt-621 12th st,; fur. hall room, $3; also other rooms; cheap; light housekeeping permitted. noll-3t FOR HENT-Fur. rooms; 2d floor; well heated and lighted; f7 and $S per month. 205 0th st, ne. noll-3t FOR RENT Nice front room; on Metropolitan line; cheap to )OUr.g man. 513 1 1-2 st. sw. noll-3t FOR RENT Nicely-fur. front room; heat and gas; all (tnicnienccs; ?8 per month. 012 C st. nw. noll-2t roil RENT Three nicely-fur. or unfur. rooms for light housekeeping 125 C St. ne. noll-3t FOR RENT Nicely-fur. rooms; cheap; fVathcr beds; new furniture; ladies preferred. RKV. L. I). HALS l- I'-. 1 5th tt. ne. It FOR RENT For $3 per month; beautifully-fur. front room; 3 windows; heat and gas; near Capitol, .Library, and Geodetic Survey. Apply, alter 4 p. m to 458 N. J. ave. se. lt FOR RENT' Two nicely-fur. rooms for light housekeeping at KO I st. nw. njll-3t FOR RENT Fur. or unfur. rooms, with or with, out board. Ill K st. nw. noll-3t TOR RENT (34 1-2 L st. nw.; 1 front room; furnished; ccntril; rent reasonable. noll-3t FOR RENT Nice fur. or unfur. rooms; cheap; all conveniences. 407 0th st. nw. noll-3t FOR RENT One nicely-fur. nwm; heat and gas; on 1st floor; 1 square from Library. 115 Oar- roll St. se. noll-3t TOR RENT Nicely-fur. front room, with or without board, tor gentlemen. 510 18th St. nw. noll-3t FOR RENT 1009 E st. nw.; large and small front rooms; southern exposure; heal, gas, hot and cold water; tub and shower bath; gen tlemen only. nuU-3t FOR RENT Fiont and back parlor rooms; with all comforts. 218 3d st. se. n3l0-7t,cm FOR RENT Large, well-fur. and heated 2d-floor room; also ballroom. 114 E st. nw. nol0-3t,cm FOR RENT Bright sunny, Sd-etory back room; newly furnished; very comfortable. 723 11th St. nw. nol0-3t.em FOR RENT Nicely-fur. rooms; moderate rates. 1013 O t. nw: njl0-3t,em FOR RENT Three rooms, heat and gas; for light housekeeping; $12. 2131 L tU nw. nolo 3t FOR RENT Fur. 2dstory rooms. 422 1st st ne. nolO 3t FOR RENT Large second and third floor front rooms; thoroughly heated; $1.50 to $3 per week; also unfurnished rooms. 622 E st. nw. nol0-3t TOR RENT Pleasant furnished rooms, with or without board: Columbia Heights; rates reasonable. No. 1407 Chapin st. no!0-3t FOR RENT Two or tliree 2d-story rooms; also prettv parlor: all unlur. or partly: adults only; housekeeping. 1123 0th st. nw. no9 3t,em FOR RENT 807 Sth st. nw.. fur. rooms, from $5 to $10 per month. . no9 St.em FOR HENT-COmfcrtablc furnished room. 912 Sth st. nw.; reasonable. no9-3t.em FOR IIKNT Desirable; 2d Boor: 4 rooms; sep arate or together. 211 A st. se. no9-3t FOR RENT One nicely-fur. room; heat and gas; on 2d floor front; $9 per month. 718 6th st. nw. noS-3i,em FOR RENT Fur. 2d-story room. 1122 1st St. ne. no-3t FOR RENT 702 13th st. nw.; nicely-fur. rooms; a!o suite ol 3 rooms; very light housekeeping permitted. no9-3t FOR RENT Two lur. or unfur. rooms. 410 7th st. sw. no9-3t FOR RENT Elegantly-fur., 2d-tory room; well heated; all conveniences. G21 4th st. nw. no8-3t,em FOR RENT 022 Mass ave. nw., large newly pa pered, sunny room; southern exp sure; in pri vate family; excellent boa;d; for gentlemen. no8-3t.em FOR RENT Handsomely-fur. reception room and office for phssician; N. Y. ave., near 10th st. CENTRAL, this office. noS-St.ero FOR RENT Nicely-fur., 3d -story front room; heat, gas, bath; $6. 1602 X. J. ave. nw. noS-3t,em TOR RENT Large, well-heated, lighted room; 2d floor; lur.; good location; rels. 905 Si st. nw. noS-7t,em FOR RENT Fur. or unfur. rocms. 813 5thst. nw. no3-7t FOR RENT Large and small rooms; ?l to $2.50 week: transients, 50c day. 17 E nw. noS-7t FOR RENT Fur. rooms for gentlemen, $6, with heat; all front; corner house. (33 N. J. ave. nw. noS-7t ROOMS ASD HOARD. FOR RENT With board, 017 I st. nw-., an agree able, central house, convenient to car lints; for transient boarders; $1 per day. noll-3t FOR RENT 456 Pierce st. nw.. fur. rooms and hoard, for one or two gentlemen, in small private familv; $12 a month; c;mfortabIe home. lt.em ROOMS AND BOARD First-class rooms and board. 213 3d si. se. . nolO 7t,em WANTED 25 roomers, with first-class board. At GOWAN HOUSE, 119 Pa. ave. nw. no!0-3t,em WANTED Two boarders for nicely-fur. front rcom, with board, heat, ga, and bath; $4 per week apiece. 2037 11 st. nw. no9-3t FOR RENT Nicely-fur. rooms, with or without beard; convenient location; pris-ate family. 1402 6th St. nw. oc31-tf BUSINESS CHANCES TOR SALE Store fixtures; counters, showcases, etc; cheap. S3 Myrtle st. ne. noll-3t FOR SALE Butter stand and route In Riggs Market; clearing $35 week; price, $150; owner leaving city: must be sold by Monday. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS, 1000 F st. nw. noll-3t FOR SALE Cigar store; central location; doing business of $10 day: party leaving city; chiap for cash. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS, 1000 F st. nw. noll-3t FOR SALE Grocery, well located doing good business; will sell cheap; clean stock. Ap- ply 510 F st. nw. nol0-3t,em FOR SALE A bargain; everything complete for a first-class cafe or dining-room; near the Treasury; store for rent. 1413 O st nol0-3t.em FOR SALE A new Invention; chesp. if sold be fore Monday noon. Address INVENTOR. 413 10th st. nw. It, em FOR SALE Cigar and tobacco store. Ml 4 1-2 St. sv. nol0-3t FOR SALE Wholesale wood and coal yard; old established place. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 1006 F st nol0-3t FOR SALE Grocery store in nw.; old establish ed stand; reason for selling owner has large wholesale business. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 1C06 F st nw. nol0-3t TOR SALE Dining-rocm; paying stand; owner leaving city; bargain. NEW YORK BUSI NESS BROKERS. 1006 F st. nw. nol0-3t FOR SALE Butter stand In Illggs Slarktt; ch-ap if told at once. Address ROUTE, this office. EXCEPTIONALBUSINESSOPPORTUNTnsS: Cro eery store, dwelling attached, prominsnt cor ner; price, $1,000; daily sales, $50; rent, $27; lunchroom, attractive fixtures; near new post office; price, $1,000; low rent; cigar store; liv.'ng rooms connected: clearing $3 day; price, $250; rent reduced: list furnished upon application. DUNLAP, 900 F St. nn9-3t TOR SALE A first-class stand for commission and produce bu-iness on La. ave.; or will take partner. Address W. J. L., this office. no9-3t WANTED A working partner in a handsome lunchroom; not yet open; near new poatoffice; little money; to take charge day or night. C. F O., this office. no8-3t,cni FOR SALE A good grocery store; pays well; good trade; cheap. 13S6 C st se. no8-3t,etn WANTED To buy paying business; not particu lar what kind; have $400 to invest Address LIGHTNING, this office. noS-2t,cm FOR SALE Lur.chrocm; cheap; bargain lor qu'ck buyer; clearing $25 week; prominent location. BUYER, this office. noS-3t,em FOR' SALE Small market store in sw.; good stock; cash trade; will sell cheap if sold at once; rent of store and 6 rooms, $15. Address O. K.. this office. noS-3t,em WALL PAPER. FIRST-.CLASS paperhanging and "painting; rooms papered, $1.75 up; samples brought: J T. SMITH, 723 10th st. nw. noS-lm ROOMS PAPERED. $2 up; .the' only paperhanger in the city giving written guarantee witrf all work; samples brought; lowest-prices for best painting; send postal. WM., V. JIAHONEY...1230 E st. se. Anaccstia branch, 113 Pierce st . noS-lmo-exSu JVOH HK.T tlAFURNISUED ROOMS. FOR RENT Two" largj nfur. rooms, with prl.j vate'lutft and steal I cat; $20. 421 Cth St. nw. noil-31 BSi FOR RENT 015 N st. nw.; large, sunny rooms;. housekeeping permitted;' ,:r noll-3t FOR RENT Unfur.; 2ef Hd&T; S rooms; heat, gas, and hot; water. 127 IrH:,oe. aoll-3t FOR RENT Unfur.; (Clitic, pleasant rooms on 2d I floor for IiousrWvpfng. 1127 St rkjvpfi Sth st nw. noll-3t FOR RENT Four unfiuy rooms for lig'at house keeping; gas and bath; ref. exchangtd. 1902 7th St. nw. ' noil -Lit FOR RENT Lovely communicating 2d-fioor rooms; bay-window brick; cential. G30 I st. nw. noll-3t TOR RENT Large 2d-stcry room; all conveni ences; heat and .gas; $7. 1213 N. J. ave. nw. noll-3t FOR RENT Two unfurnished or furnished rooms 743 3d st. nw. no'.O 3t FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms for l!git housekeeping, $8 and $10. 159 California st. ne. nol0-3t FOR RENT Two Teems on second floor, $1 per month; three rooms,' attic, $4 jer month. 251 3d st sw. nolO 3t FOR RENT Unfurnished rocms on first and sec. nnd floors; gas; heat and bath; near Patent Office. 72) Sth st. nw. nol0-3t TOR RENT Three or four yery nice unfumis'ied rooms; water, gas; furnace heat. No. 9 4th st. ne. nolO-lt TOR RENT Two beautiful large rooms on third floor; unfurnished; cheap; no children. 0J I st. nw. nolS-4t FOR RENT Three bright, unlur., 2d-story rooms; $9. 425 Mass. ave. nw. no0-3t,cm FOR RENT Four bright, cheerful unfur. Moras; 2d floor; heat, gas, bath, closets, fresh papar and paint; 3 adults in house. 22 D st nw. no9-3t,em FOR RENT Three rooms, heat and gas; for liht housekeeping; $12. 2131 L st nw. noS-3t.em FOR RENT Two unfur. rooms; heat, gas, and bath; $8; no children. 1513 N. Cap. st. ne. noS-3t,cm FOR RENT FLATS. FOR RENT Flat: 5 rooms and bath; second floor, 1205 G st. nw., adjoining the Ohio Ban'j Bldg.; suitable for housekeeping, dentistry, physician, or dressmaking. L. M. SAUNDERS & CO., Ohio Bank Bldg., 12th and G sts, nw. nol0-3t FOR RENTHOUSES. TOR RENT CcntlemariTrVrentr9-?ora house, unfur., a. m. I., U st, to acceptable family for his boarcL Addres, describing family, (L, care of Carrier SO, P. O. noll-3t FOR RENT $15.30 1 imrovemints going on; house open; water; gas: five rocms; new papering; large yard; healthy, quiet neighlmr hood. 1225 4th st nw. noll-3t FOR KENT $ 15. 6-rocm brick house. 811 1-2 7th st sw. nolOiSt.eai FOR KENT To colored parties, 474 Wa.h'ngton st; brick; 6 rooms, water, and gas; $16 psr month. 703 WaJiIngton ourt; 3-rooin fiat; $9 per month. Key at 412 Hst. nw. nolO-7t.em FOR RENT To colored tenant, best 7-revom brick; with modern improvements In fishion- able location. 1903 Kit. nw., $25 mc-nth. STONE a: FAIRFAX. 806 F it 'nw. ni.9-3t.em FOR RENT Reduced; No. 1806 and 1812 16th st nw.; 8 rooms; good cordition; 30 feet of parking; fine neighborhood; $25.53 each; also No. 1310 U st nw.; new 10-toom brick; a. m. i.; $40. H. 11. IIOWENSTEIN: CIO E st. nw. no9-3t FOR RENT IIS 13th '. ne., adjoining Lincoln Park, new 6-room brick. $20; 521 9th st ne., 8 rooms, $14. W. E. WRIGHT, 619 E St. nw. no9-3t FOR RENT , 2010 P st nw., store, dwg stable $75 DO IB Lit. nw., 7r 21 00 1922 3d st nw.. 7r, i..'m, 1 20 50 1957 3d St. nw., Cr, a. in. 1 20 50 Call at office for full list- TrL 1666. COLLINS it CADDK, ce26-tf,tm '' 511 11th st nw. FOR RENT-Only $18. per month; 8-roora brick house; a. m. L; near Sit. Pleasant and Soldiers Home, on Brightwood ave. car line. Apply S. P. SHOEMAKER, 920 P at. nw. ap2S-tf MISCELLANEOUS. SIGNS SIGNS First-class sign work at reason able prices. WILLIS, 517 10th st nw. nolI-3t PIANO LESSONS given; 15c. an hour. Box 53. this office. no!0-3t,em NATIONAL DANCING COJIPANY Academies: Slonday, Schiller's Hall. King st, Alexandria, Va. Tuesday. Naval Lodge Hall, 4th and Pa. ave. se. Wednesday, Thursday, Masonic Hall, 32d and SI sts. nw. Friday, St. Joseph's Hali, 5th and H sts. nw. Saturday. Odd Fellows' Hall, 423 7th st nw. Week beginning Nor. 14. Single lessons, 50c. At 7 o'clock for beginners: reunion, 8 to 11 p. m.. 25c. PROF. J. B. CALDWELL. Instructor, with a corps of competent and experienced male and female assistants. JOHN P. KIEFER. Gen eral Stanager. no9-7t THE BARGAIN SHOE STORE. 441 7th st. sw., is the agency of ROSCOE CALF SHOE CO.; every pair warranted for 6 months; give us a triaL nc0-3t THE CREATEST BARGAINS you'll ever have of fered you are the bargains we are naming just now. Rooms papered with our new, rich, handsome, stylish paper finest work only $2 up. Sloney-eaving prices fcr fine Painting. F. G. NOLTE, 610 9th st. NO BRANCH. no9-tf CALL AT 417 9th st nw., for pianos, organs, or sewing machines; have the purchasing power of your dollar developed to the fullest extent. no9-3t TO WIIOSI IT SIAY CONCERN All goods stored in the name of Sirs. Rose Diggs, will be sold at C. G. Sloan's auction rooms, 1407 G st. nw. For storage, to enforce lien for storage charges unpaid. NOVESIBER 12. 1893. WM. F. RE.UIER, No. 905 N. Y. ave. November 7, 1893. no7-6t,em BAD BILLS COLLECTED or no charge. H. D. GORDON, Attorney, 1335 F st. na7-6t SHORTHAND Dictation by an expert. Lessons three hours each. Only One Dollar per month. New classes now forming. Address COURT REPORTER, this office. no5-tf BIO ROAST DINNERS With the best "in the market and plenty pi it, 15c, at MILLER'S, 025 La. ave. nol-25t PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING. Printing 500 cards, 75c; 500 envelopes, $1; 500 noteheads, 75c; 500 stiements 75c; binding maga zines 50c; miscellanecns books rebound. 'G. E. WILLIAMS. S15 7th St. nw. fe3-tf 3-3-3 A HEADACHE powder that cures. Ask your druggist for Walter's 3 powders, 3 doses, 3 cures; 10 rents. Make him get it for you. oc20-lmo,tm HIGHEST prices paid for old machinery, scrap i.-on. metals, and book" Hock. S. BENSINGEll & CO.. 7th and B; telephone 702. y oc21-tf,em A HEADACHE powder .that cures! A3k your druggist for Walter's 3-3-33 powdsrs, 3 doses, 3 cures; 10 cents. Hake him getvit for you. Gc20-lmo,em LOT OF custom-made overcoats, slightly worn; also several shotguns;Jo be sold at a sacrifice; den't miss it. JULIUS OOHEN, 1104 7th st nw. ocl9-mo,em OYSTER BOXESI OYSTER BOXES furnished promptly, $!) per 1.000; drop a postal and i will do the rest II. V. LAKE, 706 9th st ne. ccl2-lni SHELDON'S DANCING ;ACADESIY, naw open tor the season; caH'or bend for circultrs; ail the latest dances. 1001 F, st. se!7-'.f-em LAUIKS' GOODS. WANTED-Ladies to know that SIRS. LIVINGS TON, of rew lork, owner and patentee of "The Self-Adjusting CamKnt-cutting Slachine," lias taken ptrliTs st CCS 12ih st nw., and desires the pleasure of al.owing this wonderful invention f r cutlir.g ladies' and children's garments with out paper patterns, pencils, weights, screws, or pins. A garment can be cut In five minutes, and perfect fit guaranteed. In order to CONVINCE the skeptical, she will without charge, teach any one to cut a garment. $25 course, offered, $12 this week, which includes machine, instructions in cutting waists, single or double under arm; French and tailor bodices, sleeves, skirts, prin cess gowns, Louis Jackets, box coats, copying fashion-plates; also matching plaids and stripes. oc27.1mo OUR TEN DOLLAR SEWING SIACIIINES are warranted to do as .good work as ih; $50 machine?. They come w'ith complete set of at tachments and a five years' guarantee. Instruc tion free at your residence. C AUERBACn, -7 k H, Gen'I Agt, Domestic S it. Co., & McCall Pattern Co. no3-tf,em ODR TEN DOLLAR SEWEJO MACHINES comeN with a 5-year guarantee and complete set of. attachments. Instruction- free at- vour residence. C. AUERBACH, 4 H. gen'I agt. Domestic Sew-, ing Machine O. and McCall Pattern Co.. est. S4 years. Send postal for catalogue. oc27-tf.em FOB IALB AHD KENT HOUSES. Heal Estate Broiler and Auctioneer, 917 F Street N. W. vnn cirrvnn-T,ii!.ri7c-r 3B5 O, b h, 8 r.bath and i m 1 (new).... $4,000 .r! " u, r. Dam and ami (eacni.. o,aou 1109 to 1413 3Cth, 8 r, balh and a n 1 (eaih). S.003 anu as llelrecs st, 1,. h., 7r, a. m. I. 1125 sth, t h, aYYYv'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 3.vx 2016 2d. f h, O.r, large porch WOO S39 N, b'h. rt r and bath P.SX) a jutn, a h. 4 r and back building 2..OT 342 and 344 M, f h, 5 r each, stable (both). 2.500 ., NORTHEAST. 2J K- ' . tti1 and dwB. 5 r i" If'h ft, I b, 6 rooms i .. " - lories. 2 rooms.. 26 t,, f h, 4 r.... ....... GOO 16th. f h, 0 r , t3,5W , 1,801 , 1.400' 1.00a LWH CS A ht, ii - i..L . . tiniYvi arii fritt? iyi 13 J, J av., b h. 11 r bath and & m 1 7,V lntertt-clion of VirBinfa ave and I t. 5,571 bu. Willi llilctoriirei. lenting- for $J2 per month M sS-1?, 'J9,2"1' b '' ', m i (each) 5.W0 S-3 J- b h. 6 r and a m 1 3W Ml and 222 D. b h's. 6 r aeh. a m I I each) 3.000 415 L, f h. 6 r WOO 1112 K, f h. 5 r ' 1 1.50C 1134 N J a I. t. a . . I 503 Slasa. ave. ne. (fur.), 11 rms $60 00 i A' -lur-- " rms ui iu l st. nw., 0 rms 35 04 i7n - 'A' "' nvr- 6 "" 0:) old . O. 3V ... n e rm 313 h. Capitol st. 10 rms 30 00 ISiawinif (Tu am.!, aaa iA..r ""' aw t nw., 4 rras 21 ou JoLLa Slflnon at n. tt . 4 ft1 lint "1., ' " " ... - -, 1433 Ohio ave. nw., 8 rms 25 00 ;"" ,!or nat, 208 D st nw., 4 rm 22 50 ill S St. nL- n mm - sn ?2L13 ''2 t' sw- 7 rmsV.V.""'."."'."".'." 20 40 " anu iai 12th St. nw., 6 rms 18 81 1241 and 1243 31st t. nw., 5 rms 13 SO 1219 25th tt. nw., 8 rms 16 50 322 K st. sw.. 6 rms 10 50 241 13 1-2 st sw., 5 rms 10 25 1020. 22. ami ?l K n,n;.i ., .... .-. ft "m 62 F st sw., 6 mis "....'.'. '.'.'.'. 8 W Call for semi'monthly Bulletin. POSTOFFHTJ S'OTICE. WASHINGTON, D. C., POSTOFFICE NOTICE. Should be read daily, as changes may occur at any time. FOREIGN JIAILS are forwarded to the ports of sailing daily, and the schedule of closings Is arranged on the presumption of their uninter rupted overland transit. For the week ending Nos ember 12. the last connecting clones will be mede frcra this office as fallows: Traimntlnnllc SlalU. FRIDAY (b) At 9:20 p. m.. for FRANCE. SWIT. ZERLAND, ITALY, SPAIN. PORTUCAL. TURKEY, EGYPT, and BRITISH INDIA, per s. s. La Gascogne, from New York, vli Havre. Letters for other parts of EUROPE must be directed "Per La Gascogne." (c) At 11:10 p. m., for NETHERLANDS di rect, per s. f. Werkcndam, from New York, via Rctterdsm. Letters must be directed "Per Werkendam." (c) At 11:10 p. m.. for ITALY, per s. t. Kaiser -Wilhelm II. from New York, via Na plea. Letters must be directed "Per Kaiser Wilhelm II." (c) At 11:10 p. m., far EUROPE, per s. s. Campania, from New York, via Quern-town, (c) At 11:10 p. m., for NORWAY direct, per s. s. Hekla. from New York. Letters must be directed "Per Hekla." PRINTED SUTTER, ETC. German steamers sailing on Tuetdiys take Printed Matter, etc, for Cerraany, and sprcially :ddrrsed Printed Mat ter, etc., for other parts of Europe. American and White Star steamers on Wednesdays, Cer man steamers on Tlranalays. and Cunard. French, and German steamers un Saturdays take Printed Matter, etc., lor all countries for which they are advertised to carry maiL 3Ia!ai fesr South mill Central Amer ica, West Inillen. Etc. FRIDAY (c) At 11:10 p. m.. for FORTUNE ISL AND. JAMAICA, SAVANILLA, and GREY. TOWN, per a. a. Alcne, from New York. Utters for COSTA RICA must be directed "Per Alene." (c) At 11:10 p. m.. for JEREMIE, per . s. Athos from New York. (c) At 11:10 p. m., far C.UIPECIIE. CHIA PAS. TABASCO, and YUCATAN, per ' -Vigilancia, from New York. Letters for other parts cf MEXICO and CUBA must be directed "Per Vigilancia." SATURDAY (d) At 12:05 p. m.. for NEW. FOUNDLAND, per steamer from North Syd ney. (d) - At 12:05- p. ra., for ST PIERRE-MI-QUELON. per steamer from North Sydney. Mails for NEWFOUNDLAND, by rail to Halifax, and thence via .steamer, close here daily except Sunday at 12:05 p. m., and on Sundays only at 11:35 a. m. (d) Stalls for 5IIQUELON, by rail to Boston, anl thence via steamer, close here daily at 3:20 p. m. (a) Stalls for CUBA, c!oe here daily at 3:05 p. m., for forwarding by steamers sailing from Port Tampa, Florida, Slondays and Tnursdays. (d) Stails for SIEXICO overland (except these for CASirECHE. CHIAP .?, TOBASCO, and YUCA TAN, which alter the 7:10 a. m. closing Wednes day, will be forwarded to New York up tr and including the 11:10 p. m. closing Friday) cIoe here daily at 7:10 a. m. (d) Trnrmpaclflc 3Ia!lii. Mails for 1IAWAIL per s. s. Australia, from San Francisco, close here daily at 6:10 p. m., up to November 10. (d) Stalls for AUSTRALU (exceptWest An tralia). NEW ZEALAND. HAWAII, and FIJI ISLANDS, per 3. s. Aorangi, from Vancouver, close at 6:40 p. m. daily up to November 10. (d) Slails lor CHINA, JAPAN, and IUWA1I. per s. s. Belgic, from San Francisco, cloee here daily at 6:40 p. m.t up to November 13. (d) Stalls for CHINA and JAPAN, per s. 1. Olyro pia. from Tacjma, close here daily at 6:40 p. m., up to November 21. (d) Mails for the SOCIETY ISLANDS, per ship Gall lee, from San Francisco, close here daily at 6:40 p. ro., up to November 25. (d) JIails fcr AUSTRALIA (except those for West Australia, which are forwarded via Europe). NEW ZEALAND. HAWAII, FIJI, and SAMOAN ISL ANDS, per s. t. Mosna. from San Francisco, dose here" daily at-6:40,p. m., up to November 25. (d) Mails for CHINA "and JAPAN, per a. s. Em press of China, from Vancouver; close here daily at 6:40 p. m., up. to November 28. (d) (a) Registered mails close at 10:00 a. m. same day. (b) Registered mails close at 1:00 p. m. same day. (c) Registered mails close at G:00 p. m. same day. (d) Registered msils close at 6:00 p. m. prev ious day. JA5IES W. WILLETT. Postmaster. FOR SALE SIISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Showcase; cheap for cash. 513 4 1-2 st sw. " It FOR SALE Oil heating stove; first-class; also Iwiby carriage; as good as new; very cheap. G51 Pa. are. se., upstairs. noll-3t ALL BLE5HSHES positively removed from your piano and furniture; tuning and regulating; varnishing and firishing. ANDERSON & SHOE MAKER, 464 Slass. ave. nw. noll-6t-exSu FOR SALE Clearing fate of balance of boots and shoes at half price to retire from business; stcre for rent A. RIESECKER, corner 6th and II sts. nw. noll-3t FOR SALE Thoroughbred English mastiff, IS months old." 921 II st. nw. nol0-3t TOR SALE Slanure at 1212 Ohio ave. nw. nol0-3t FOR SALE Lot ol slightly-damaged straw. 519 K st. ne. no9-3t FINEST MAKES of square pianos and organs; $23 up; terms, $1 weekly or $3 monthly; or you can make your own terms; we're making rocm for faU stock. BRADBURY'S, 1225 Pa. ave. nol-tf.em KNABE PIANO (square), $20; dickering (square). $25; small upright, $45; Estey organ, $20; suitable for beginners; term? $5 down and $3 month. BRADBURY, 1225 Pa. ave. oc21-tf.em FOR1 SALE $2.9S for G-foot extension table; $2.50 for lounge; $5 for cook stoves; heaters. $2.50; parlor and bedroom suite; $1 per week; cash and credit REDMOND, 313 7th st nw. ocl5-tf,em FOR. SALE Coed quality opaque shades, fitted to jour svindows, enly 25 cents, the best quality oil opaque shades, 60 cents; good quality floor oilcloth 20c. and 25c square yaid; laid frej by experts; will call with samples. KLEE BLATT'S, Hth and IL stX ne. au21-tf FOR' SACEa-Books on poultry, pigeons, dogs,.'nd pet stock, etc; also parrots; canaries, dogs and pets"6f 411 -kinds; Incubators, and brooders. SCnMID'S-BIRD STORE, 71212th St"nwi 'au24-ti FOR SALE Flower pots And' tubs; air sizes; and Fait buibsr'the" best-c-f soil fur pliating: wire flower stands and plant 'stakes. SCIIMID'S BIRD STORE;fl712'12th "st. nw. . ocll-tf FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE," FOR "SALE? OR '-EXCHAXGB-Two welMocated- joti in nw;;( will sell ,ot a big sacrifice; er will exchange lor improved real estate.- Address SACRIFICE, this office. nolOSt.etn RAILROADS. Washington & Great Falls Electric Railway River Road. Only Direct Route to (Hen Echo and Historic Cabin John Bridge. On and after August 24 cars will leave Union elation, 86th and Prospect are.. West Waehtogtcii. (terminus of the Metropolitan and Capital Trac tion Company lines), as follows: Kvtr 30 minutes, from i-M A. SI. to 8:20 A- M. Every 20 minutes, from 8:20 A. SL to t P. It fcvery 15 minut.i, from 2 P. SI. to J:30 P. M. p Every so minutes, from 9:30 P. M. to 11:30 Echorn'nS 'lm CMa John Bride 1Bd Clea Every 30 minutes, from 6:20 A. M. to 8:50 A. M. Etery. 20 minutes, from 8:50 A. SL to 2:30 P. M. trery 15 minutes, from 2:30 P, M. to 10 P. U Every 30 minutes, from 10 P. SI. to 12 P. M. Or oftener, u tratflo demands. lnr2Mf F. II. FOWLER. Supt STEA3IHOATS. Steam boat Co Every day In the year for Fortress Mon- roe, Norfolk, .Newport News and all points South, by the superb, powerful steel palace steamers, "Newport News," "Norfolk,'' tod "Hashington," on the following schedule: . . SOUTHBOUND. Leave Washington 6:33 P. M. Leave Alexandria . 7:00 P. M, Arrive Fort Monroe 7:00 A. M. Arrive Norfolk.. .,.... 8:00 A. M. Arrive Portsmouth 8:15 A. M. , NORTHBOUND. Leave Portijnouth 5:00 P. M. Leave Xorfolk 5:45 P. SL Leave I-ort Monroe 6:45 P. SI. Arrive Alexandria 6:30 A. IL Arrive Washington 7:00 A. SL Msitors to Chamberlln's new hotel. The Hygcia," and Virginia Beach will find thii - the most attractive route, insuring a com- fortable night's rest - Large and luxuriors rooms, heated by steam and fitted throughout with elec- trie lights. Dining-room service It 1 li carte, and Is supplied from the best that the markets of Washington and Norfolk afford. Tickets en sale at U. S. Express Office. 817 Pennsylvania Avenue; 513, 619. 1421 Pennsylvania Avenue; B. & O. ticket office, corner Fifteenth Street and New York Ave- nue, and en board steamers where time table, map, etc.. can also be had. Any other information desired will be furnished on application to the undersigned at the company's wharf, foot of Seventh Street, Washington, D. C. Telephone No. "M. JOHN CALLAHAN, General Manager. FOR It EXT OFFICE ROOMS. For Rent Office rooms mtneHutchiris Build ing; corner 0th and D Sts. N.V.: heat and electri: light. Apply to' Room 33. FOR SALE I1ICYCLES. FOR SALE A '93 Eclip-e bicycle, with Morrow brake ard coaster; Kangsroo tires; Brown saddle, and Miller lamp; little used; good as new; cost $75; will sell cheap for cioh. Apply 411 15th st nw. noll-3t FOR SALE Man's Sterling wheel: excellent con dition; new tires; price $2jyCaIl 19C3 Q st. nol0-3t FOR SALE New Crawford bicycle; $35 cash; must selL Apply in rear 649 MeL are. ne., bet 1 and 6 p. m. GILL. no9-3t.em FOR SALE World, Fowler. Kankakee. $17; Craw. ford, boy's, $15; new, $05; Cambridge, $27.30; great bargains; tires, $150; repairing. ini'meLng. nickel-plating: cheap. KANKAKEE BICYCLE FACTORY, 637 Slass. ave. " ro9-3t PEHSOXAL. The "3 Days" Cure (for men) Icadj all remedies In thb city; a prompt and permanent cure or no chaxfrc. Con iultation free. DR. McKEEIIAN. 516 12th rt. nw. OfGce hours, 0 a. m. to 8 p. m. Closed Sunday. noS-lmo Dr. Leatherman, EXPERT SPECIALIST in the core of all private diseases. Hydrocele. Varicocele, Stricture, Im potency, and Syphilitic Diseases positively cored. Advice and Consultation free. Both Sexes. Hours, 9 to li : to 5; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evenings, 7 to 8. OOS F Street Xorthwcat. (Closed Sunday.) mhSO-tf REMOVED To I2I2N. Y.Ave. SIR RUSSELLQEQUI, Phychic Palmist Readings, SI. Satisfaction Guaranteed1. REDUCEDt REDUCED! His Readings to Ladies, 25c Gents, SOe PROF. CLAY, Oldest established ClafrrCYant, telU ycu business, loTe affairs, family troubles: about lawsuits, di vorces, or any thine ?ou wtih to know; brings sep arated togetner; causes speed marriages; re moves fa mi I j troubles; bad luck spells, or mys terious feelings; 10 to 10 daily. 1) II st. sw. nc33t,cm MftSE. THEO, Medium and Card Reader. VasMnstfns roost famous Clairrorant and Palmist. Consult her on business, lore, and farailr affairs; reunites the separated; removes spells; causes speed mar riages and gives good lues, upen dally, tiermin spoken; 25c and 50c. 929 II st. nw. no7-7t IT'S the working man and mechanic that w wish to speak a word to; we can save you all kind of money on a tailor-made suit cr an overcoat, very little worn, at prices Ihat will prove we are telling the truth. Jl'STII'S OLD STAND. 619 D st. nw. noS-Tt MME. PERItlN", .Scientific Talmist, Card Header, and Clairvoyant- Your destiny revealed with wonderful accuracy. GOG Cth sL nw. no3-7t MME. DAVIS, born clairvoyant and card reader, tells about business; removes spells and evil influences; reunites the separated, and gUes luck to all; cures piles and drunkenness. 1223 25th st. nw. nog-lmo NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS, SMJG P st. y. w. Gold fillings and bridge work a specialty, at the lowest price; amalgam fillings, 50e; full sets ot teeth on plates, ?S; extracting, either by gas or local spray, absolutely painless, JO-.; arith out, 25c; all work done by experts arl guar anteed the best; open on Sundays from 10 to 3 o'clock. mh21-tl-cra Mrs. DR. RENNER, SPECIALIST In obstetrics, gold medal awarded for the science of obstetrics from the University of Munich, Ha vana,, treats successfully woman's cumpHcjtfons and irregularities; private sanitarium for ladirt, before and during confinement. Infanti adopted. Office hours. 3 to 0 p. m. 619 Pa. ave. nw.. Mel rcpolitan Block, Washington. D. C. ,eX0-tf PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS for wharf at Naval Magatine, Belle vue. D. C. Proposals for erection of a wood ,cn nharf at Naval JIagizine, Bellevue (near Wash ington), D. C. will be received at the Bureau of Ordnance, Navy Department, until NOON, SATURDAY, NOVEJIBER 10, when they will be 'publlcly opened. Forms of proposals and all in iormation " must be obtained from CHARLES O'NEIL, Chief of Bureau of Ordnance." October 23, 1S93. no-1,11 2t RAILROADS. Washington; Alexandria Mat Mount Vernon Railway From Station, 13 1-2 St. send P. Are. In Effect .Yorcember 1, 1808. For Alexandria. weIr ifa Rr2H 7-tU. -7!l3- 8.-00. S-JS. 8:53, 9.-2S, 10:09, 11:00, 11:13. A. M. xlJ.-OS, 12i. l:M, 1:15, ai:04, 2:43, 3-3. X2-JO. x4:15. 4:50, 5:05, x5:20. 5:40. 18:04, 60. T:0cl. Vdo, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 11:20. and 11 P. IL Sundays, 7:15, 0r00. 9:45. 10:20, 11:13, A. IL, 12:00 noon, 12:45, 1:30. 2:15, 3-JM, 3:t3, -1:30. 5:13, 8:00. 8:45, 7:30, 8:15, 9:00. 10:00, 11:20, and 11:50 P. IL For Mount Vernon, week days, 8:30, 8:00. 10:01. and 11:00 A. M. 12.-05, 1:14, 2:04, 3:59. 7:0is, and 0:00 P. M. Sundays. 9:00 A. If.. l'-fYl m .it i-a 8:45, and 9:00 P. IL Fcr Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge, week days. 8.00. S:i!, 10:00, 11:00 A. JL Il2:05, 120. i:i4, zxt, 13:25. 1:15, 5S0, 6:M, 7aT8, and 8:txl P. M. Sundays. 7:45; 9:00, 9:45, 100. and 11:15 A. SI. 12:00 noon. 12:45. 120. 2:15. 1:00. 3:15. 4:K 5:15. 8:00, 8:45, 7:30, and 3:15 P. JL 'Jo rayne street only. tTo Arlington only. xEipresa. Parcels carried on all trains. BagTire checlced. O. E. ABBOT, J. COLVDf, President. Saperitlendent. nol-H Pennsylvania n.ULIlOAD. STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STREETS. 7:50 A. M. WEEK DAYS. PmSBURO EI- riiESS. Paalor and Diaiox Cars Harriaburg tct Pittsburg. 10:50 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED. Pull- man Sleeping.. Dining, Smoking, and Observa tion Cars ilarrlsburg to Chicago. Cincinnati. Indianapolis, St. Louis, Cleveland, and Toledo. Buffet Parlor Car to Ilarrisburz. 10:50 A. IL FAST LINE. Pullman Buffet Parlor" ur to Ilarrisburs;. Buffet Parlor Car Ilams burx to Pittabura-. 3:30 P. JL CHICAGO AND ST. LOCI3 EX- FKK53. Bleeplnar Car Washington to St. Louis, and Sleeping and Dining Cars Ilarrisburg to St. Louis, Nashville (via Cincinnati), and CM cazo. 70 P. M. WESTERS EXPRESS. Pllmaa S!ep- ang car to FIttsburg, Chicago, and Uarruburj to Cleveland. Dining Car to Chicago. 7:20 P. JL SOUTH-WESTERS EXPRESS. Pull man bleeping Cars Washington to Pittsburg and Harriaburg to SL Louis and Cincinnati. Din ing Car. 10:40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRES3. Pullman bleepirg Car to Pittsburg. :50 A. U., for Kane, Canandalgua. Rochester, and Niagara Falls dally, except Sunday. 10:50 A. M. for Elmira and Renovo daily, ex cept Sunday. For Williamsport, daily, 8:33 7:20 P. JL for Wllliimsport. Rochester, Erie. Bul falo, and Niagara Falls daily, except Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester. 10:40 P. JL for Erie. Canandaigua, Rochester. Bnffalo. and Niagara Falls daily. Pullman Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester Satur days only. For Philadelphia, Xevr 1'orlc and the Eat. Iffl f. 1L "COS'OBESSIOS.U. LlallTED." daily; all Parlor Cars with Dining Car from Baltimore. Regular at 7:00 (Dining Car), 8:00. 9:00, 10:00 (Dining Car), and 11:09 (Dininj Car from Wilmington. A. JL. 12:15, 3:1S. 1:23 (Dining Car from Baltimore), 8:50. 100, and 11:50 P. JL On Sunday. 7:O0 (Dining Car). 8:00, 9:CO, 11:00 (Dining Car from wnmiiigton) A. JL. 12:15, 3:15. 40 (Dtnlrg Car from Baiti. mere), 60, 10:00, and 110 P. JL For Philadelphia only. Fast Express. 7:50 A. U. week days. Express 12:15 P. JL week-days, 2:01 and 5:40 P. JL daily. For Boston, without change, 7:50 A. JL week days, and 4:20 P. J!, daily. For Baltimore, 8:20. 7:00, 7:50. 8:00, 9:00. 10:09. 10:50. 11:00 A. JL. 12:15. 12:45. 12:53, 2:01. 3:13, 3-.M. (4:00 Limited). 4:20, 1:34. 3:40. 8:15. 8:50, 7:20. 10:00. 10:10, Iia5, and 11:50 P. SL On Sundays. 7:00. 8:00. 9:00, 9:05. 10:50. 11:00,' A. JL, 12:15. 1:15. 2:01, 3:15. 3:30. (4:00 Lim ited). 4:20. 5:40, 8:13. 8:30, 7:20, lOnTO, 10:40, and 11:50 P. JI. For Pope's Creek Line, 7:50 A. JL and 4:35 P. JL week-days. Sundays, 915 A. JL. For Annapolis, 7:00, 0:00 A. JL, 12:15 and 5:1) P. JL daily, except Sunday. Sundays, 9:00 A. JI. and 5:10 P. JL Express for Florida and points on Atlantic Coast Line, 4:30 A. JL. 3:18 P. JL daily; Richmond only. 10:57 A. JL week-days; Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line. 4:40 P. JL daily. Accommodation for ljuantico, 7:45 A. JL dally and 4:25 P. JL week-days. Seahore Connections. For Atlantic City (U Delaware River Bridge, all-rail route), 3:15 (4:00 "CocgreM:onaI Lim ited") P. JL daily, via Market Street Wharf. 10:00 and 11:00 A. IL, 12:45 P. JL week-dayj, , 11 -JO P. JL daily. For Cape Uay, 11:00 A. JL week-days, 11:50 P. JL daily. Ticket offices, comer Fifteenth and C Streets, and at the station. Sixth and B Streets, whers- orders can be left for the checking of baggage to destination from hotels and residences. Telephone call 1441 for Pennsylvania Railroad Cab Service. J. a HUTCHINSON, J. R. WOOD, General Manager. General Pass:nger Agent Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Thrcfiicrla the Grandest Scenery ot America, All Trains Vestlbuled, Electric LIulited, Steam Heated. All Menlit Served in Dlnlngr Corn. Station Sixth nnd D Streets. Schedule In Effect May L 1KB. 2:20 P. JL DAILY. Cincinnati and St. Lou! SpeciaL Solid trains for CincinnatL Pullman Sleeperc to Cincinnati, Lexington, Louisville, In dianapolis and St. Louis, without change. Con nection for Virginia Hot Springs. Parlor Car. Cincinnati to Chicago 11:10 P. M. DAILY. F. F. V. Limited. Solid train for CincinnatL Pullman Sleepers to Cin cinnati. Lexington, and Louisville, wrlth-tit change Pullman Sleeping Car to Virginia Hot Springs, without change, daily, except Sunday. Observation Car ninton in CincinnatL Sleepers Cincinnati to Chicago and St. Louis. 10-57 A. SL. EXCEPT SUNDAY. Parlor Car, Washington to Hichmond. and Richmond to old Point. Only rail line via Penn. B F. ? and C & O railways. jj-tj p. JL DAILY For Gordcmsvllle. Chat lottesvile. Staunton, and tor Richmond, daily, except Sunday. Reservation and tickets at Chesapeake ana Ohio offices. 513 and 1121 Pennsylvania Avenue, tnd at the station. H. W. sTJIXEIt, aoiS-tnt-tt General Passenger Agent. Southern Ry. (Schedule In effect October 18. 1S9S.) All trains arrive and leave Pennsylvania Pas- KJ:J; "i JL Daily, local for Danville. Char lotte and way stations connects at Manassas daily for Strasburg and Harrisonburg, and at Lynch burg with the Norfolk and Western daily. 11-15 A. JL-Daily, the UNITED STATES FAST M-.lL. carries Pullman Buffet Sleepers, Sew York and Washington to Jacksonville, unitieg at Salii- burg with rulimxn aiert js juuntue aiua no. Drin" V. C.; Knoxville. Chattancoga and llera rhis.'Tenn., and at CharlotU with Pullnuri sleeper for Avurusta. Pullman Buffet Sleeper, ew Yerk to New Orleans, uniting at Charlotte with Pullman Sleeper for Birmingham. Con nects at Lynchburg; with Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad for Lexington dally except Sunday, and Natural Bridge, daily; Solid train, Washington to New Orleans without change. Sunset person ally conducted tourist excursion, through sleeper en this train every Wednesday to San Francisco without change. 1-01 P. M. Loral for Front Royal, Strasbui-r and" Harrisonburg, daily, except Sunday. a -51 P XL Daily, local for Charlottesville. 10-43 " P M.-Daily, WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTF.RN, VESTIBULED LIMITED, com posed ol Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers, Dininj Cars and Day Coaches. Pullman Sleepers, New J'ork to Nashville, Tenn., via Aaheville. Knox ville and Chattanooga; New York and Tampa, via . Charlotte, Columbia, Savannah and Jacksonville; New York to Memphis, via. Birmingham, New York to New Orleans, via Atlanta and Mont gomery. Vestibuled Day Coach, Washington to Atlanta. Southern Railway Dining Car, Creens boro to Montgomery. TRAINS ON. WASHINGTON AND OHIO DI VISION leave Washington 9:01 A. JL dally and 4-4S P M. dally except Sunday and 8-2S P. JL Sunday only, for Round Hill; -1-32 P. JL dally ex cept Sunday for Leesburg. and 8"2S P.M. daily for Herndon. Returning, arrive at Washington S-""6 A. M. daily and 8:10 P. JL Sundays only, and 2:15 P. JL daily except Sunday from Round Hill, and 7:08 A. M. daily except Sunday, from Herndon, and 8:31 A. JL dally except Sunday Irom Leesburg. Through trains from the South arrive at Wash ington 6:42 A. JL, 2:20 P. JL and 9:25 P. JL. Harrisonburg. 12 noon dally, except Sunday, and 9:35 P. JL daily, and 8:30 A. JL daily from Charlottesville. . Tickets: sleeping ear reservation and Informa tion furnished at offices. 7C5 15th it. nw., 611. Pennsylvania ave., and at Pennsylvania Railroad Passenger Station. FRANK S- GANNON, Third Vice President anj General Manager. J. M. CITEP, Traffic Manager. W. A. TURK, General Paaseceer Agent. L. S. BROWS. Cen. Aft.. Fats. Kept. r t . .-j;" w