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THE l'lMES. WASHINGTON, Ifftl PAY, NOVEMBER 18, 189ft
9
IIELP WASfTED MALE.
Advertisements under this ueiid
will be Inserted for one cent a wjrd
for men Insertion.
WANTED Pcrlrrs, drivers, cooks, waiters, beys,
butlers, firemen, stablemen, dishwasher.
CITY INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. 127 11th St. nw.
na!7-3t
WANTED Galvanized iron cornice hands at J. J.
HARRINGTON'S. 3255 Mst nolg-St
WASTED Hood talker to exhibit specialty; no
caurassing. Apply, 9 to 11 a. m., 231 4 1-2
(t. nw. It
WANTED A first-class bushelman; $2 a day. Ap
ply, at once, C. W. -MAHGGKAF, G31 D st.
aw. It
WANTED A steady, married white man, Prot
estant, to he sexton of a small Episcopal
church; residence provided. Apply- 021 11 st.
It
WANTED Fire geed house painters; also good
fresco iiainter. Call 22 Q st nc, after S
p. m. - . It
WANTED Young man in bakerv; we furnish
clerical and domestic work. BUSINESS BU
BEAU. 1200 New York ave. mr. It
WANTED A boy to make himself useful in a
store. THE HUB, 11th and Pa. are. lfm
WANTED A colored butler; one willing to wait
on sick gentleman. Apply EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE, 913 O st.; other vacancies. - It
WANTED Experienced salesman Tor wholesale
grocery. 7th and E sts. sw. It
WANTED White roan to drire cab; must.be
sclm and industrious; none other need apply.
Address, in own handwriting, DRIVER, .this of
fice. It
WANTED Young white man lo drire wagon. Ap
ply to MR. CANIFF. cor. Ist'st. and Ind.'
are., between 12 and 2 o'clock. It
WANTED Dentist, with complete outfit, chair,
etc.; big opportunity for right man. Box
343, this WSce. nol-3l.tm
WANTEIV-Ten extra hands; usedto handling
tools, to assemble parlor kinetoscope; piece
work; also 2 boys. 3233 Water St. Item
WANTED Barber at" once; only solier man need
apply. JOHN M7 KRAUS, 1002 7th st.
nol7-2t
WANTED An experienced engineer who under
stands an electrical plant and who can make
himself generally useful about a hotel. Apply o
1420 Pa. are. nu!7-3t
WANTEI A tailor at once.
217 Indiana are.
nol7-2t
WANTED Farm land; send full particulars, eta
ANSON II. RUSSELL, Akron, O. nol7-7t
WANTED Carpet lajer and first-class heliicr.
Apply MAYER k PETTIT, 113 7th St. nw.
nol6-3t
WANTED-Ftr-t-class ladies' Uilors at SCIIUTZ,
opposite Arlington. nolfl-3t
WANTED Three first-class coat makers; at once.
J. 11. HARUAN. 1119 N. Y. are. no!6-3t
WANTED Experienced young man. for bushel-
irg, and make himself, useful about store.
811 r st. nw. nol5-3t,em
WANTPD Salesman to sell low-priced slot ma
chine; big money earner for purchasers. Ap
ply S19 Pi. ave, nw. no2-tf.Mn
HELP WANTED FEJI A I.E.
Adrertlscmeiits under tills bend
will be Insertcil for one cea.t n word
far each liiMertlon.
WANTED Ornrral houseworkers. cooks, cbam
liermaids, staraalresscs, loom cleaners, laun
dresses; places furnished till suited. SHACKLE
FORD'S, 127 11th st. nw. nol7-3t
WANTED White girl for general housework; '
in family; bring- ret 712 D st. nw. It
WANTED A girl for general housework; $0.50
per month. 007 N. Y. ae. It
WANTED A girl for general housework. Call at
513 II st, nw. It
WANTED White cook, $18; hou-emaid, $11;
mall family; also other places for white
help. LADIES' ESCHANCE. Gil 13th st. nw. It
WANTED Colored girl for general housework;
tne living in the southeast; go home nights;
$10 prr month. DICK'S AISEXCY, 013 7th st.
It
WASTED White dining-room girl at CLARK
HCrSE. 337 Pa. ave. " It
WANTED Salesladies for our corset. ho"iery. and
underwear departments. S. FRIEDLANDER
fi CO.. 311 Sth st, nw. It
WANTED Chambermaid. $15; cook and hou--workers;
at once. BUSINESS BUREAU, 1200
new lork ae. nw. it
WANTEDA neat girl, for housework. LACEVS,.
007 N. l. e. noli-3t,em
WANTED Middle-aged white or colored1- woman
lo help care fcr an infant and help with gen
eral Louewcrk. Apply 717 fith st, se. lt.em
WANTED Three single colored women;
$M. 1013 N. Y. are. nw.
wages,
It
WANTED Coloied girl, 17 to 13 icars, in small
family; ref. 2807 11th st. nw. It
WANTED Two girls; plain cook and chamber
maid; prirate family of 3; good wages.
1702 1-2 10th st, nw. It
WANTEJ) Settled white woman, for general
housework; family of three; must be good
cook. GOO G st. net noI7-3t.em
WANTED Woman to do general housework in
family of fire; in subuibs; house has mod.
imps.. Call at 710 Sth st. ne., bet 1 and 5 p. m.
Friday. lt,em
WANTED A competent girl, to do general house
work in a family of two. Apply Friday af
ternoon, bet. 2 and 4 o'clock. Room 12, Metzcr
ott nidg., 1110 F st. nw. lt.em
WANTED Women to do plain setting at home;
$1.50 a day; four months' work guaranteed;
send stamped addressed envelope for particulars.
R. W. IIUTTO:: k CO.. Philadelphia, Pa.
lt.em
WANTED A woman that understands bu-iieiing;
no ethers need apply. Apply, at once. S.
FRIEDLANDER b CO., 311 7th st. nw. nol7-3t
WANTED A settled colored woman to do general
l:ouenork; stay nights. 510 13th st. nw.
nol7-2t
WILL iay one securing me copying or address
ing envelopes at home. THOINIA, 1721 7th
St. nw. nol7-2t
WANTED Cook and general hou-eworker; good
ref. 1021 0th St. nw.; corot this ere. lt.em
WANTEI A lady who understands tailoring;
also pants maker. JOHN BURN'S, 1331 1 1-2
t- str. no!7-3t
WANTED Two girls; finishers on fine pants. Ap
ply M. HORN". 1000 Cth st. nw. nol6-3t,em
WANTED A girl for general housework; stay
nights; bring refs. 1117 O st. no!0-2t.cm
WANTED White woman to do chamberwork and
to see that house is kept in good order. Ap
ply at 32S Pa. ave., after 11 o'clock a. m.
noIG-2t.em
WANTED-First-tlass wai.thands.
nw.
tCO Ninth st.
nol6-2t,cm
WANTED A lady- who understands tailoring;
aho pants maker. JOHN BURN'S, 311 4 1-2
st- nw. nol6-3t
IIELI WANTED MALE AND FEMALE
Alls ertiseiiicntsi iiuelcr this lie-nil
is ill lie iiiNerteil fur one cent u ssurcl
for eneli Insertion.
WANTED Ten business men or women that are
good tolicilors. Call at 131 E st, ne., Thurj.
day, Nov. 17, 10 to 12 a. m. lt.rm
WANTED One hundred pupils to study Spanish
under a cultured teacher from Porto Rico.
J. FRAISE RICHARD, 810 5th st. nw.
no!7-St.em
WANTED White and colored, male and female.
MRS MOORE. 303 G st. nn: nol6-3t.em
SITUATIONS- WAHTED JIALE.
Advertisements under this lienil
will lie inserted for one cent a svord
for each Insertion.
WANTED By a responsible man, a position as
clerk or salesman. Address BON 099, this
office. nol$-2t
WANTED Situation as stableman; competent
and willing. MORGAN, 1110 13th st. nw.
nolS-at
WANTED By young white man. respectable
work of any kind. Address E. J., this office.
It
TO PROPERTY OWNERS, real estate agents, etc
Two first-class painters want work; cheap.
Address PAINTER, 167 G st, nw. nolS-3t
WANTED By a young colored man, situation
as waiter, general utility; prirate family;
ref. 709 L t. nw.. DUNDORE'S. lt.em
WANTED By colored man. place as firit-elass
waiter. Apply 46S Washington st, nw.. city.
noI7-2t,em
WANTED By active experienced man. situation
as janitor, or to clean up office rooms. Box
55, this office. nol7-2t,em
WANTED Situation 'as collector, by young man,
who has hcrse and buggy; good bond. COL-
LiXTOR, this office. nol6-3t.eni
WANTED By young man, employed during day,,
extra work at night; best refs. Address
. 8. B.. this office. nol(S-3t
kJfANTED By a good cook (male), work. Ad
dress lziz l sr, nw. noia-3,em
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Advertisements under this bead
svtll be Inserted for one cent n word
for each Insertion.
WANTED By respectable colored woman, sewing
by day; also general housework; ret. 1024
9th st. nw. Jt
WANTED By three colored- girls, places to do
nursing, chamber-.work.tor general housework
in small family. -Call 'or write postal, 312 E st..
sw. ; -11
WANTED Br ladr. nlace altering in "tore or
sewing of any kind. Address I. II. II.. this.
omce. - noi8-2i
WANTED Place as chambermaid, waitress, or
general houseworker; first-class; mall family.
Call 1710 K st. nw. . . . It
WANTED-Ily a highly' recommended white girl,
situation to do cooking and. housework with,
out washing or ironing. Address n. A. M...this
office. no!7-2t
WANTED Sewing by the day, week, or at home;
gcod ref. Address 10281.2 Pa. arc. nw.'-
' lt.em
WANTED Fashionable dressmaking lo do at
home. MRS. STILLWELU 718 th st. nw
, nolO-U.em"
WANTED By a nice white girl, a place in first
class .prirate family, as nurse. or chamber-
work; good "ret Please" adJress PRESENT EM
PLOYERS. 1024 6th stnw,. . . nol6-2t.em
WANTED By respectable colored "girl., 'place as
nurse, chambermaid, or to do plain cooking.
1253 Ward's Place, nw. nol.i-3t.em
WANTED By reliable colored girl, place In
small prirate family; best refs. 16 Liberty
& nw. nol5-3t.em
WANTED ACEXTS.
WANTE!;-Agcnts; I hare something new for
you; .it's a money-maker; car fares the only
expense. Address A. P. CItOTIIER, 122 Doyls
ton St., Boston,' Mass. it
WASTE I) II O US ES.
WANTED A lot on E. Capitol st. between 1st
and 3d sts.. or would buy a house and lot
if price, etc. would suit; same locality. C.
BOYER & SON, 211 7th st. sw. nol7-3t
WAXTEIJ-FI.ATS.
WANTED By man and wife, flat of four or fire
unfurnished rooms; gas and heat; first or sec
ond flocr; permanent tenants; must be reasonable.
Address lis F st. nw. no!7-3t
WANTED ROOMS.
ANTLO Northwest secfion, 2 or 3 unfur.
rooms for light housekeeping; must be rea
sonable and no objection to children. Address
B. U. II., this office. It
WANTED By an elderly lady, fur. room; rent
not ortr $5 per month. Address Z. O. H.,
this office. t
WANTED By cateicr a dining-room and kitchen.
1539 M st. nol7-3t.em
WANTED Three partly furnished resnis for lady
and daughter; for very light housekeeping,
and one small room for gentleman; rent must
not exceed $25 per month. Address O. B. N".. this
mcr- no!7-3t
VI ANTED Three large unfur. rtoms on 2d floor
for light housekeeping; heat and ga.1. Ad
dress. Hating terms, too 5th st. ne., 3d floor.
nolGJt
WANTED IHCYCi-ES
WANTED By a teacher of music, bicycle; will
give piano lessons in return. Address MUSIC,
this office. no!7-3t
WANTED COUNTRY l'ROI-ERTYV
tt ANTED Small farm inside District of Colom
bia; convenient to school. Addres' D. NT,
1151 O it re. nol5-t
WANTED HORSES AMI VEHICLES, t
WANTED A horse for his keep, with privilege
, .of buying if suited; ret given. GEOROE
W. ELLIOTT. 002 Acker sU n nols-St
WANTED A daytcm or light fix; must be rea
sonable. Call 121 10th st, nw. nolS-3t
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED To buy 20 second-hand brass band in
sttuments; also showcases. LACEY'S, COT
S. Y. arc. nol7-3t-em
WANTED-To rent bakery, with brick oven. Ad-
"-' " . w, uui uutc-v. noiiMi,nn
WANTED-lly.War Department derk, $1,000. to
exchange with Po'totflcc Department clerk.
Address L., this office. lt,em
WANTE1 Scales; will buy a second-band, 5-ton
platform scales; niitet he cheap and in good
order. Address SCALES, this office. ncl7-3t,em
HEALTH WITHOUT MEDICINE. Get circular of
HOME GYMNASIUM. 810 Sth St. nw.
nol7-3t.em
WANTED A set of cabinetmaker's tools: must
be cheap and in good condition. Address
CABINET, this office. nol0-3t,cm
WANTED Two or three unfur. rooms; heat and
gas; for light housekeeping: located central!
state rent. Address WILBUR, this office. nol6-3L
WANTED A 1-1 or 1-2-h.p. motor; must be in
good condition and cheap. Address E. II. E-,
this office nolC-3t
WANTED A first-class light running surrey;
must be cheap. N. A. REID, Dead Letter
Office. nol3-3t,tm
WANTED The public to know that broken arti
ficial teeth can lie mended strong as new, $1
ODANTUNDER DENTAL PARLOR-?, Dr. C. JI.
Tor.nsend, 1225 F st, nw. nol2-7t,em
WANTED-Books bought,
nol2-7t
2928 Brightnood are.
I WILL BUY for cash any store or stock of dry
goods, clothing, shoes, groceries, tobacco, etc
SALM BEIIREND. 717 10th St. nw. ocl9-lm
WANTEI-To buy or sell, machinery of all de
scriptions, such as steam engines, boilers, iron
girders, elevators, electric motors, platform
scales, leather beltings. rop?s, pulleys, gu lixturea,
old harness, steam, water and gas pipes; also old
iron, brats, cooper, lead, zinc, books and paper
stock, for which I pay highest market prices. H.
RERNHEIMER, 830 C it, nw. mh8-tf-em
FOR SALE HORSES AND VEHICLES.
FOR SAL!" Dayton wagon. $22.50; also no-top
buggy, side bar, $12. Rear 023 D st. nw. It
YOUR HORSES CLIPPED in superior manner by
electricity in 'alley betwetn'lOth and Ilth sts..
N. Y. are. and K st. nol8-3t
FOR SALE A leather-top buggy, in first-class
condition; price, $25. Call, after 3 o'clock,
at 1203 I st. sc It
FOR SALE Cheap, 3 wagons; suitable for ex
press, coal, feed, or furniture; 3 sets of
harness; 3 horses; 1 double set. In rear 423 N. Y.
arc nw. , nol7-3t,em
FOR SALE Three coupes, rockaway, two
broughams, ten sidebar buggies, eight phae
tons, three delirery wagons, one fire-glass lan
dau 213 lltK st, nw. nol5-7t,cm
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
STABLES in rear 322 C st. nw. nol3-7t
HORSES, BLANKETS,. HARNESS. ETC., at the
most reasonable Trices. S. BENSINGER'S
BAZAAR, 91C La. arc Oc20-lm3,em
FOR SALE SUIJL'RnAX.
FOR SALE One to forty jicres; impruTcd and
unimprored; low prices accommodating
terms. GEORGE L. SNIDER, Ardwick, Md.
no!2-7t
FOn RENT SUBURBAN.
FOR RENT An 8-room house; 2 latrobes; $12
per month; an 8-room house; heated by fur
nace: $15 per month. Call or address MRS. P.
W. FAVORITE, Carroll ave., Takoma Park, D.
C. no!7-3t
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE One of the best located lots in
Brookland; $500; easy terms; 7-room house;
water and sewer; $2,200; small cash payment;
balance monthly notes. GRACE M. THOMAS,
100 Corcoian Bldg. nol7-3t,cm
FOR SALE On the main road to (he new Alex
andria court iiouae; well located on the hill
overlooking Washington: in "Bean's addition to
Rosshin; size from ,25x114 to-50x200; terms, $10
down; $10 per month; or one-quarter down. halJ
ance 1, 2, 3 years'; prices from $400 to $1,000.
THE McLACHLEN REAL ESTATE AND LOAN
.CO., lOtli and G sts. nw. nol7-3t,m
FOR SALE East Hyattsville, less than 5 min
utes' walk to steam and electric depots, lots
1-1 arre each; low prices; easy terms; house to
suit you. Call to sec THOS. LATIMER k SON,
Hyattsville - noI5-4t,em
FOR REXT ROOMS.
FOR RENT 1102 N". Y. are.; lur. rooms; large
and small; $! to $12; light housekeeping; fine
location. no!8-3t
FOR RENT I'm. front room; heat, gas, and
bath; for 2 gentlemen. 104 10th st. se.
nol$-3t
FOR RENT Fur. or unlur. rooms; 2d and 3d
floors: for light housekeeping. "2V ot" si.
nw.
nol3-3t
FOR RENT 803 K st nw.; nicely-fur. rooms,
with good lioard; central; terms reasonable.
nol8-0t
FOR RENT Two beautiful rooms; 1st floor; sin
gle or en suite; with board; desirable loca
tion. Inquire 115 I st. nw. no!8-3t
FOR RENT Nice, large front room; on Metro
politan line; cheap to gentleman. 518 1 1-2
jt, sw. - no!8-3t
FOR RENT Fur. or unfur. rooms; heat, gas. and
bath; from $3; board if desired. 010 II st.
nw. nolS-St
FOR RENT 413 O st, nw.; fur. rooms for gen
tlemen, $1.25, $!., $l..o per ween, -noi-w
FOR RENT 12th St. nw., fur.- small room; $3
per month. no!7;-3t,cm
FOR' RENT Pleasant, ncrly-fur. rcoms; M story;
one open fire. 723 Ilth st. nw. ' nolT3t,cm
FOH""REXT To. particular people;, nice home, (
right party; pririieges; two in family; JniT
A st. se. nol7-3t;cni;
FOR RENT Two .large, well-furnUhed rooms;
suitable for gentlemen. 514 2d at. nw.
nel7-3t,em
FOR RENT Third story; bright front room; suit,
able for tuo, $10; nicely fumilhed bark par
lor for two, -$45; convenient to three lines of cars;
near Library and Capitol; first-class board; private
family, lro C st. ne. nol7-3t
FOR RENT Three light, airy rooms; fuinkhcd
or unfurnished. 532 20th st. nw. nol7-3l
e
FOR RENT Two large front rooms; second floor;
furnished or unfurni:hed, with privileges;
heat and gas. 1119 U St., corner of I2tb.
nol7-3t
FOR RENT Nice front luscment room; suitable
for oritcc- or ledrooni; als room tor gentle
man, $5 per month. 713 Sth st. nw. 'no!7-3t
FOR llEST One nicely mrni-hed front room; J
heat, light and bath: tenits reasonable. 1111
Sth ht. nw. no!7-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rocms; steam heat: $S per
month. 114 0th st. nw. nol7-3t
FOR RENT Fur. rooms; 1st, 2d, M floois: single
or en suite. 923 L st. nw. nol5-3f,.em
FOR RENT To quiet repectable parties; mar
ried couple preferred, pleasant ruoins; single
or en uite; with board; on P it., just eat
lupont Circle. Address PRIVATE FAMILY,
this oflice. nolt-3t,em
FOR RENT-312 II St. nw..
fur.; or folding bed.
mm,: nol02t,cm !
FOR RENT 018 X. Y. ave. nw.: nicely-fur.
rooms, en suite or single; well heated.
nOll!-3t ;
FOR RENT Pleasant newly-fur. rooms; heat,
gas, and bath; cheap. 72S 10th st. nw.
nol0-3t
FOR RENT Fur. 2d-story front room. 12 0th
st. nw. nol0-3t
FOR RENT Two rooms; suitable for a Unndri..
1008 I st. iw. nol8-3t
FOR RENT Fur. room at 90G M St. nw.; terms
moderate. nolG-3t
FOR RENT Large front rnrlor, fur. or unfur.:
3d story front; unfur., $7; other rooms, $1
and $150 week. 17 E st. nw. no!6-3t
FOR RENT Large parlors; nicely fur.; al-o
other desirable rooms; reascnabe rate. P12
N Y. are. nw. nol5-3t,em
MISCELLANEOUS.
DANCING Private; no clatse. MISS MARIE
LEONARDO, PREMIER DANSEFSE. 619 M
St. nw.; protect jourelf from incompetent dance
ball teachers; Miss Le, nardo teaches under di
ploma. "American Association, Masters of Danc
ing," which protects you. nplS-3t
YOUNG MAN in Government employ will teach
rapid system of shortband in exenange lor
piano lessons. Addre-s HARLEM, this office.
nolS-3t
NY ordinary clock cleaned, 30c; warranted 1
year; will call for and deliver free to any
part of city: send postal. CAPITAL CLOCK RE
PAIRING CO., 1134 7th St. sir. nol7-7t.em
FOR STUDY OF SPANISH get particulars from
M. N. C, 610 5th sUjiwi nol7-3t.em
REMODELING sealskins and furs cf esery de-
fcription at residence or home: ref.: sleeves
modernized, $1. 700 9th st.. Room 8. nol7-3t,em
NATIONAL DANCING COMPANY Academies:
Monday, Schuler's Hall. King St., Alexandria. Va.
Tuesday. Naval Lodge Hall, 1th and Pa. ave. se.
ieuneuay.
Thursday, Masonic Hall, 32d and M sis. nw.
Friday, St. Joseph's Hall, 5lh and 11 sts. nw.
Saturday. Odd Fellows' Hall. 123 7th St. nw.
Week beginning Nov. 11. Single le-sons. 50c.
At T o'clcck for beginners; reunion, S to 11 p.
m., 23c. PROF. J, II. CALDWELL. Instructor,
with a corps of comiK-tent and experienced male
and female aa-istants. JOHN P. KIEFER. Cen
eral Manager. no!7-7t
CHEAPEST first-class carpenter; expert jobbing.
MACKEN, 1213 New York aie. nw. no!7-0t
LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY, formerly of 711 5th
St. nw., has removed to 433 I st. nw., where
we will be pleased to see old customers; prices,
30c and 40c. ier pair; no lime; satisfaction guar
anteed; mail promptly attended to. ncltV3t.em
YOU NEED lie no bloatrd bondholder to hare
us paper your rooms. Our prices are low
enough for the slimmest purse. Only S2 up for
papering rooms with our rich, haiidaome. stylish
paper. Finest work. Painting at lowest prices.
F. C. XOLTF, 810 9th st. No branch. nolS-tf
LACE CURTAINS LAUNDERED at 35e a pair:
mail orders promptly attended to. No. 25
F st. nw. nolG-3t
BEST store pipe- ind elbows, 10c a joint, GRIF
FITH k BHO., 420 10th st. nw. nol5-3t,em
WANTED BEGINNERS' CLASS IN FRENCH.
Spanish conversation class now forming, at
COSMOPOLITAN SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND AND
LANGUAGES. 133 Corcoran Building. ADENE
WILLIAMS, Manager. nol-I5t-em
WANTED Mothers to call at O'Donnell's, 3d
st- and Pa. ave. se., and get sample Nutrico
Food; free; ask jour druggist for it; save the
baby. noI3-7t
$100 REWARD for a case of Dyspepsia or Indiges
tion that cannot be cured with Crump's
Tonic ol Fruit and Spices. 910 N. Y. are nw.
noll-7t,cm
SHORTHAND Dictation by an expert. Lessons
three hours each. Only One Dollar per
month. New- classes now forming. Address
COURT REPORTER, this omce. " noS-tf
BIG ROAST DINNFRS With the best in the
market and plenty of it. 15c, at MILLER'S,
025 La. are. nol-25t
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
Printing- 500 cards, 75c; 500 enrelopes, $1; 500
no'eheads, 75c; 500 statements 75c; binding maga
zines 50c; miscellaneous books rebound. G. tZ.
WILLIAMS. S15 7th St. nw. fe3-tf
3-3-3 A HEADAtniE powder that cures. Ask
your druggist for Walter's 3 powders, 3 doses,
3 cures; 10 cents. Make him get it for you.
oc20-lmo,cm
HIGUEST prices p.iid for old machinery, scrap
i.-on, metals, and book srock. S. BENSINGER
k CO., 7th and B; telephone 702. oc21-tf,em
A HEADACHE powder that cures. Ask your
druggist for Walter's 3-3-33 powders, 3
doses, 3 cures; 10 cents. Make him get it for you.
oc20-lmo.em
LOT OF custom-made overcoats, slightly worn;
also several shotguns; to be sold at a sacrifice;
don't miss it, JULIUS COHEN, 11M 7th st. nw.
oclO-mo.cm
SHELDON'S DANCING ACADEMY, naw cpra for
the season; call or tend for circulars; all the
latest dances. 1001 F st. sd7-tf-em
FOR EXCHANGE.
FOR EXCHANGE I have one of the most beau
tiful corner houses, with 2 bathrooms, most
costly hot-water heating and plumbing, small
trust, that I will exchange for unincumbered
country home or farm. Address PERFECT, this
office. nol8-3t
FOR EXCHANGE Lot on New Hampshire ave.
Apply 510 10th st. nw. nol7-3t
FOR EXCHANGE I make a specialty of trading
properties; send me full description of your
property for exchange. I handle city, suburban,
and country, improved and unimproved. ABRA
HAM FISHER. 512 E st nw. oc31-lmo
FOR SALE HICYCLES.
FOR- SALE Fouler. $13;. spcciaX $6; Kankakee,
,$13; new; $65; Cambridge, $27.50; tires. $1.50;
Sams, $2.83; repairing cheap.. KANKAKEE FAC-
7RY: R37 Mass. a'vt.. " - iei.
nolS-3t
FOR SALE A new Keystone bicycle; lSWpat-'
' tern; $25. At 000 lStlTst. nw., basement;
. , . hol7-31.em
TOR SALE A ,lady's biesele. Apply at 1113 U
st. nw.,"bet. 5 and 0 o'clock p. m.
nol7-3t.em
FOR SALE Ivei Johnson tandem, $30. S. C.
riHLPrrr; 923 Pa. ate. no!7-3t
FOR RENT UN'WciQnISIIED ROOMS.
FOR RENT Two unhtt feorhsr 3d floor. Apply
to T, II. HALL, 1117 r st. nw. nol8-7t
FOR RENT Two large unfur. rooms, 3d floor;
suitable for light housekeeping; with heat;
rent, $3. 1021 Cth Jlt'lny. no!8-3t
FOR RENT Second .floor 4 unfur. rooms; pri
vate bath; furnaHjIliat 012 C st. ne.
nolS-3t
FOR RENT Two second floor rooms; three
rooms attic; rent )ery low. 251 3d t sw.
no!7-3t (j
ITR RENT Four unfur. rooms, with private
bath, heat, and gas;' corner house; price, $15.
OWNER, 337 II st. ne. no!6-3t
FOR RENT Unfur. .rooms. 11 E at, nw. nol6-3t
ROOMS AMD nOAilTT.
IOMS AND BOARD-KVrniinunicatlhg front
rooms; southern exposure; table flrt class;
mi reasonable. 713 K st. (Mt. Vernon Place.)
nol7-3t,em
ONE large, sunny room; suitable for two; room
aiid board, 538. 1700 F stntr nol7-3t
WANTED Two boarders for nicely-fur. room,
with board; heat, gas, and bath; $3.50 per
week each. 2037 II stl nw. noU-St
THE TEMPLAH-One square from Capitol; 2C7
Pa. are.;rarm rooms and excellent board.
$1 to $S per week. noli-7t
FOR RENT Nicely-fur. rooms, with or without
board; convenient location; private family.
1102 0th at. nw. oc31-t!
FOR REXT OFFICES
FOR HENT-Otilce. 007 F
today, 5 o'clock.
$5 month. Apply
11
FOR REXT FLATS.-
FOR RENT Seion.1 story flat; four rooms; all
modern improreinenU; bet location; nw.;
reasonable to family without children. Addrcs
W. K. N., this office. nol7-3t
FOR REXT STORKS.
FOR RENT Store; can be used as grocery or
drug; price $13 month.
nol6-7t,em
FOR REXT STORE .VXD DWELLING.
FOR RENT With cr without stable for leven
horses, 2012 II st. nw.. the Desfosse French
Bakery, Etoie, duelling, with 0 bedrooms, bakery;
two how windows for confectionery cr groceries.
no3-lmo
FOR REXT TYPEWRITER.
TYPEWRITERS for rent, $3. $3.50 and 1 per
montn; come in anu iry one. -e.iji.. a.
011 "th st. noS-1 l-:mo.fcn
FOR RENT I'lAXOS.
FOR RENT Piaues' $1 pr month; square Hanos
$3 per menth. BRADBURY'S, 1223 Pa. ave.
no!5 3l,em
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT $lli;o: to small family, from Dec.
1. nearly nrw bay-window brick: a. m. L; ft"
rooms; concreted .street; flae neighlMsrhood; near
churchrs, rchooK and "twocar lines; 13T Emer
son St. ne. Inquire bt 13u), or 1343 F st. lie.
nolS-3t
FOR RENT Cheap; reeloctd from $12.30 to $430
per month; 13 K st. se. Call 170 C St. sw.
no!3-3t
FOR RENT Seven-room fur. house in fashion
able northwest; $15 per month; owner may
lioard. Addrrai CASA, this office. m lS-3t
FOR RENT Cheap, 5-rocm. brick house and cel
lar, 1VA Kirliy st. nw Apply to L. RICH
OLD, Room 31. Metrerott Tlldg., bet, 2 and I p.
m. '"' nol7-3t,em
FOR RENT To deslraUe colored tenant. 13?)
New Jersey ave. nw. 5 rooms; $11. W. C.
DUVALL. 925 F st. i no!7-3t
T
FOR REN'T-Briek: Ncs. 4009 and 4017 Sth st.
401
extended: o room-and hath: heated by la
snil.il. K mtmsrjl rmfh. h
trobes; have gas. Pofc'mac 'water, range, electric
bells, etc.; en line of llrightwood Electric Hall
way; near-Soldiers' JIomciand-Mount Plrasant;
15 Lilttutest' nde- 1rorafihe,.ritr; reduced to $14
per month for the Winter; also corner house in
same row, including large ground pace and
stable; reduced to $20 pT month for the Winter.
Apply to LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. ittO F St. nw.
nolS-tf
FOR RIiT No. 421 7th st. sw., brick; 12 roonu;
all m. L; rent reduced from $10 to $30. C.
BOYER k SON. 211 7th St. sw. rrolS-3t,em
FOR SALE IIOUSHS.
FOR SALE Nice brick house: a. ra. 1.; eight
rooms; near cars: splendid bargain. Call
and see me. POWELL, 800.5th tt. ne.
no!7-2t.em
FOR SALE Capitol Hill, 9 rooms, bath, concrete
cellar, at a bargain; few hundred cash.
OWNER. 132 Dst. ne. nol7-3t.em
FOR SALE An elegant little heme; new; two
stories; bay window; parlor dining-room;
splendid kitchen, and 3 large bedrooms; com
plete bathroom; beautifully papered through
out; hot and cold water; large range; ben la.
trobes; front and back yard; alley; only $2,100;
worth $300; has cue trust, $l,t00; in nw., fac
ing cars; nest Cth st. DAVID D. STONE i CO.,
601 F st. nw. n'olG-2t.em
FOR SAL!" In our addition to Rrookland, sev
eral bargains, from $100 to $300; size 50x135;
easy terms. THE McLACHLEN REAL ESTATE
AND LOAN CO., 10th and C tt. nw. nol7-3t.em
WANTEDCash offer for hou-e. No. 1317 Cth st.
nw. Apply at once to OWNER, at No. 717
Sth st, nw. noll-7t.em
FOR SALE COUNTRY- PROPERTY.
V'IIMa'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 exclung.
ed. C. L. CAMPBELL. 1329 F st, nw. oc21-lm
1USIXESS CHAXOES.
FOR SALE Dining-room; good location in the
northwest; doing an up-to-date business; will
te sold at a great bargain; great chance for
right party. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS,
1000 F St. nw. no!3-3t
FOR SALE Old-established agar and tobacco
store; on prominent street, near busy cornerr
owner has accepted Government position; ex.
penses only 27 cents per day; daily sales, $12
to $15; genuine bargain if sold at once; don't
miss this chance. NEW YORK BUSINESS
BROKERS, IOCS J' st. nw. no!3-3t
FOR SALE Cheap; a saloon; opposite Camden
station; with lease. 310 W. Camden st,,
Baltimore, Md. nol8-3t
WANTED Cenuino manufacturing, scientific
business, or cheap land. Address E. K., this
office. It
SHORTHAND-Pernin's, the best in the city.
Call at 810 5th St. nw. noI7-3t,era
WANTED Partner with $200 cash; business es
tablished and paying; can be made to pay
$200 per month within.eo days. Address RARE
CHANCE, this office. nn!7-St
FOR SALE Cigar stand.' r10( 5th St. nw.
nol7-3t - '
CONFECTIONERY STORr-Ner entrance to Zoo
logical park; price stock, fixtures, building,
and lease; $225; rent $101' DUNLAP, 900 F st.
nol7-3t '
I COLLECT old accounts. '.WALTER J. PROC
TER, 009 13th St. bw. nol7-Ct
FOR SALE Stock and fixtures of grocery; near
10th and 11 sts. nw,; price, $223. Address E.
F. T., this office " ',' nol5-3t,em
FOR SALE Crocery aTnd provision store; central
northwest; compelled -to sell; owner has
Government position;! rent," $22; price reduced;
$225. DUNLAP, 008, F ,st. noI6-3t.em
FOR SALE A well-located.'1 Al grocery: will in
ventor-; fine fixtures.? eheap rent; good busi- 3
ness. oiu r St. nw. -, ,, noio-tf.em
FOR SALE If you wafit a good thing here It is
oyster house well located; cheap rent; will
sell at a sacrifice; a good business. 510 r st. nw.
nol6-tf.em
TO BUY OR SELL your business quick, sec NEW
YORK BUSINEfeS BROKERS, 1003 F st. nw.
nolt3t
FOR SALE Crocery; practically no competi
tion; store, dwelling, and stable; rent. $18;
price sacrificed. DUNLAP, 900 F st. nol0-3t
FOR SALE Butter route and stand in Riggs
Market; paying business; owner leaving city;
price, $150. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS,
1000F st nolo-St
BARGAINS WORTH INVESTIOATING-Crocery
stores,- $200 up; 'cigar' store, prominent cor
ner, $160; lunchroom, near Patent Office, $700;
secure our list; no charge for information.
DUNLAP, 90S F st no!6-3t
FOR SALE Grocery store in northwest; estab
lished, paying' stand r sales, $1,800" month:
owner engaged in other business. NEW YORK.
BUSINESS. BROKERS, 1000 F st. nw. nolft-3t
FOR SALE To buy or sell a business see COM-.
MEHCIAL EXCHANGE, 510 F st- nw.
nol5-3t,cm
BAD nnXS COLLECTED or no charge. IL D.
CORDON, Attorney, J333 F st noH-6t
FOR BKXT OFFICE ROOMS. -
For Rent
Office rooms in the Hutchias Build
in cr, corner J 0th and D Sts. N. W4
heat and electric light. Apply to
Room 33.
FOR SALE OR RENT HOUSES.
Real Estate Broker and Acetloneer,
9 1 7 F Street N. W.
FOR SALE-NORTHEAST.
117 lltli st., brick, 10-r,, bath and a. m. i.. 56,000
720 6ih St., brick, S-r., bath and a. m. i.... 4.500
roo H st brick, 4-r
331 I tt., frame, 2 stories. 5-r
SOUTHEAST.
213 N. J. ave.. brick. U-r.. bath: a. m. i
. 3,0m
. WO)
,$7.C00
1227 B st,. brick. 8-r.. balh. and a. m. "...
3.000
333 K St.. brick, store St dwelling, 2 stories. 3. COO
303 10th St., frame, 2-storIcs, 5-r 1,500
SOUTHWEST.
Slii to C32 Maryland are., brier, 4 ami
o-r.; tail) .is tj
814 G it. brick, fl-r.. balh and a. m. i... 8.000
240 to 222 13 1-2 St.. frame, 2 sto'les, 5-r. 5.000
108 and 110 S. Capitol, -frame, 2 stories.
5-r.; both
119 Irt St., frame; lot 21.0x133 ft
1220 3d st.. frame, l-r.; lot 30x123 ft
359 D si., frame. 5-r.; lot 13x111 ft
1,0
WOO
1.500
1,100
UNlllPHOVED-XORTHEAST.
Per Sq. Ft.
Mass. are., bet. 1st ard 2d: 20x75 ft $1 83
aa st., bet. K ard L; 20x90 ft :
N. F, cor. II and Ilth; 53x100 ft....,
II rt., Iiel. 1th and 3th; 20x100 ft
Mass. at., bet. 1st and 2d; 20xS5'ft
Mass. arc, bet. 3d and 1th: 20x73 tt
N. E. cor. E and Sth: 25x93 ft
12th st., bet. A ami II; 20x90 ft
SOUTHEAST.
50
. 1 50
. 1 50
. 1 25
.offer
. 1 05
Sq. Ft.
..$2 (0
.. 1 10
.. I 00
Pennsylvania are., Iet. Cth and 7th....
Sth st., bet. E. Capilol and A; 25x125 ft
Pcnnsylrania ave.. bet. 12th and 13th....
FOR RENT.
1625 Q st. nw.: furnUhrd; 11-r $75 01
223 A st. re: furnished; 10-r. 45 00
21 N. J. are. nw.; 10-r 10 00
1015 P st. nw.; 10-r 40 00
1203 X. J. ave. nw.: 6-r S3 01
918 Vs. are. sw.; S-r. 23 40
1723 L st- nw.; C-r 20 01
li23 and 1S25 12th St. nw.; Or. IS ?1
72 D st. ne.; Or..- 19 10
207 13 1-2 St. sw.; 7-r 20 40
725 22d st. nw.; 7-r 13 3)
93J Va. are. sw.; l-r 15 33
1157 19th st. nw.; 5-r 1130
110 6 1-2 St. sw., 6-r 12 30
Va Ridge st, mr.; 4r 12 CO
-i Myrtle st. ne.; 7-r 13 50
a II t. nw.; o-r 12 0
1K0 and 1922 N st. nw.; l-r 12 50
1200 V st. nw.; 0-r 12 30
Lower part 503 It t. nw.; 3-r 12 0)
Call for serai-raaathly Bulletin.
STORAGE.
STORAGE. $1 per load, including insurance for
$100 on each lead; you do not have to pay
until you tale vour goods out. THOMAS CLIF
FORD, cor. i2th and II sts. ne. nol5-7t
CO.NSTArtLK'S SALE.
CONSTABLE'S SALE-On Nov. IS. 10 a. m., at
REX STABLES, near C13 E st. nw., of hcrse.
cart, and harness, levied upon as the property of
Anton Lehman, by virtue of a certain writ of
n. to., lsase-u out ci tne court ot A. a. layior, a.
P.. to satisfy judgment. No. 10.9S1. CII.VS. V.
MALLY, Constable. no!7-2t.em
POSTOKFICE, NOTICE.
WASHINGTON, D. C. POSTOFFICE NOTICE.
Should be read daily, as changes may occur at
any time.
FOREIGN MAILS are forwarded to the ports of
sailing daily, and the schedule of closings is ar
ranged on the presumption of their nninrerrupted
overland transit For the week ending November
19 the last connecting closes will be made from
this office as follows:
Trnnsatlnntle Alalia
FIUDAY-(h) At 7:10 p. m.. for FRANCE. SWIT
ZERLAND. ITALY, SPAIN, 1-ORTUGAL,
TURKEY, EGYPT, and BRITISH INDIA, per
s. s. La Champagne, from tw York, via
Havre. Letters for other parts of EUROPE
must be directed "Per La Champagne."
(b) At 7:20 p. m., for EUROPE, per s. ..
Urabria, from New York, via (iueenstowru
Letters for FRANCE. SWITZERLAND. ITA
LY. SPAIN. PORTUGAL. TURKEY. EGYPT.
and BRITISH INDIA must be directed "Per
Urabria."
(c) At 11:10 p. m., for NETHERLANDS di
rect per s. s. Statendam. frcm New York,
via Rotterdam. Letters must be directed "Per
Statendam."
(c) At 11:10 p. in., for ITALY, per s. s.
Bismarck, from New York, via Naples. Let
ters mut be directed "Per F. Bi'marck."
(c) At 11:10 p. m.. for SCOTLAND direct,
per s. s. Anchoria. from New York, via Glas
gow. Letters must be directed "Per Ancho
ria." PRINTED MATTER, ETC. German steamers
sailing on Tuesdays take Printed Matter, etc. for
Germany, and specially addressed Printed Matter,
etc., lor other parts of Europe American and
White Star steamers on Wednesdays. German
steamers on Thursdays, and Cunard, French and
German steamers on Saturdays, take Printed
Matter, etc., for all countries for which they
are advertised to carry mail.
Malls fur South, anil Central Amer
ica, West Indies. Etc.
FRIDAY" (c- At 11:10 p. m., for NEWFOUND
LAND, per s. s. sioenan, rrom rnuaaeipma.
(c) At 11:10 p. m.. for FORTUNE ISLAND,
JAMAICA. SA VANILLA, and CARTHAGENA,
per's. s. Allegheny, from New York. Letters
for COSTA RICA must be directed "Per Al
leghany." (c) At 11:10 p. m., for BRAZIL and LA
PLATA COUNTRIES, per s. s. Coleridge,
from New York, via Pernambuco, Bahia, and
Rio Janeiro. Letters for NORTH BRAZIL
must be directed "Per Coleridge."
(c) At 11:10 p. m., for CAMPECIIE, CHIA
PAS, TAUAStu, ana ili,ai.., per s. s.
Yucatan, from" New York. Letters for other
parts of MEXICO and CUBA must be directed
"Per Yucatan."
(c) At 11: 10 p. ra.. for HAITI, per s. s.
Prins Willem I, frcm New York. Letters for
VENEZUELA. CURACAO, TRINIDAD, BRIT..
ISII and DUTCH GUIANA, must be directed
"Per Prins Willem I."
(c) At 11:10 p. m., fcr BRAZIL, per s. .
Taormina, from .New York, via Pernambuco.
Letters for NORTH BRAZIL must be directed
"Per Taormina."
(c) At 11:10 p. m., for PONCE. VENE
ZUELA md CURACAO, also SAVANILLA
and CARTHAGENA, per s. s. Caracas from
New York, via Curacao.
SATURDAY (b) 1:23 p. m.. for NEWFOUND
LAND, per steamer from North Sydney.
Malls for NEWFOUNDLAND, by rail to Hali
fax, and thence via steamer, c!oe here daily
except Sunday at 12:05 p. m., and on Sundays
only at 11:35 a. m. (d)
Mails for MIQUELON, by rail to Boston, and
thence via steamer, close here daily at 3:20 p.
m. (a)
Mails for CUBA close here daily at 3:05 p.
m., for forwarding by steamers sailing from Port
Tampa, Florida, Mondays and Thursdays, (d)
Mails for MEXICO overland (except those for
CAMEECHE, CHIAPAS, TABASCO, and YUCA
TAN, which after the 7:10 a. m. closing Wed
nesday, will be forwarded to New York up to
and including the 11:10 p. m. closing Friday)
close here daily at 7:10 a. m. (d)
TrnnHpnclfio MnllN.
un.. for CHINA. JAPAN and HAWAII, per s.
s. Belgic from San Francisco, close here daily
at 6:10 p. m., up to November 13. (d)
Mails for CHINA and JAPAN, per s. c Olyropia,
from Tacoma, close here daily at 6:10 p. ra., up
to November 21. (d)
Mails for CHINA, JAPAN, and HAWAII, per
s. s Coptic, from San Francisco, close here
daily at 6:10 p. m.. up to November 23 (d)
Mails for the SOCIETY ISLANDS, per ship Call,
lee, from San Francisco, close here daily at 6:10
p m., up to November 25. (d)
Mails for AUSTRALIA (except thofe for West
Australia, which are forwarded via Europe), NEW
ZP.ALAND, HAWAII. FIJI, and SAMOAN ISL
ANDS,. per s. s. Moans, from San Francisco, close
here daily at 6:10 p. m., up to November 25. (d)
Mails, tor CHINA and JAPAN, per i. s. Em
press of China, from Vancouver, close here daily
at 6:40 p. m.. up to November 28. (d)
Mails for HAWAII, per a. s. Australia, from
San Francisco, close here daily at 6:40 p. m., up
to December 8. (d)
Mails for AUSTRALIA (except West Australia),
NEW ZEALAND, HAWAII. and. FIJI ISLANDS,
per s. s. Miowera, from Vancouver, close here"
daily at 6:40 p. m., after November 23, and trp
ln Deecmber.8. (d) .
(a). Registered .mails close at .10:00 a. m. same
rtsv
(b) icegisterea maris cuosc at i:w p. m. same
lav'' .. . ... . .-.;
(c) i(egl5T.erea mails close at o:uu p. rrr. same?
lav. .
(d) itegisterrtt rnairs close ar; o:w n. m. nrer-'
lus day.
jAaics f. niLLt.ii', postmaster.
RAILROADS.
Wasfciiftes & Great Falls Electric
Railway Co.
Cars will leave Georgetown (Union Station)
every 30 minutes from 3:50 to 8:20 a. m.. and
from 9 a. m. to 12 p. m. Returning, leave Cabin
John Bridge every 30 minutes from 6:20 to 8:20
a. m.. and from 9 a. m. to 12 p. m., or oftener
as traffic demands.
F. H. FOWLER, Superintendent.
nolS-t!
STEAMBOATS.
.orfol;, and Washington
Steam boat Co
Every day In the year for Fortress Mon-
roe. Norfolk, Newport News and all points
South, by the superb, powetful steel palace
steamers, "Newport News." "Norfolk,1' tad
Washington," on the following schedule:
r n. ., SOUTHBOUND.
Leave Washirgton .SO P-1L
Leaye Alexandria 7:00 P. M.
Arrive For: Monroe 7:00 A. M.
Arrive Norfolk ; 8:00 A. VL
Arrive Portsmouth., , 8:15 A. H.
r - NORTHBOUND.
Leave Portsmouth iron P. M.
Leave Norfolk 3:15 P. SL
Leave Fort Monroe ;.4 ......6:15 P. M.
Arrive Alexandria (1:33 A. M.
Arrive Wajhingtoo... .tv. .7:08 A. M.
Visitors to Chamberlin's new hotel. "The
Hygcia," and Virginia Beach wiU find this
" If' "lost attractive route, inrjrlng a com-
fortabh. niaht's test.
Large and luxurious rooms, heated by
steam and atted.. throughout with elec-
trie Ugh',. Dining-room service "Is a la
carte, and la supplied from the best that
- the markets of Washington and Norfolk
afford.
Ticleta en sale at U. S. Express Offlce.
S17 Pennsylvania Avenue; 513, Cl, 1411
Pennsylvania Avenue; II. & O. ticket office,
corner Fifteenth Street and New York Ave-
' nup. and -on board steamers where time
'able, map, etc.. can also be had.
Any other Information desired will he
furnished on application to the undersigned
at the company's wharf,' foot' of Seventh
Street, Washington, D. C. Telephone So.
JM- JOnN CALLAHAN,
General Manager.
LOST.
LOST Several days ago, from Victoria Flats.
14th st. and Wellington Place. large fox ter.
rier; answers to name of Sport. Return and rc
ceirc liberal reward. FLAT 13. nol8-3L
LOST Notice is hereby given that tax sale certi
ficates issued to me by the Commissioners of
the District of Columbia for purchase at tax
sales held respectively, April 7, 191. and April
tt. 1S92. of north half lot F and improvements, in
square 13B, Washington, D. C, have been lost or
mi-laid, and that I lure applied to said Com-raL-sioners
for duplicates of said certificates. J.
T. PETTY, 3331 O St. nw. nol7-3t.em
LOST Pocletbook containing money and papers;
owner's card inside. Reward il returned to
305 E. Capitol st. nol7-3t
LOST Half-grown white and black setter.. Re
ward if returned to No. 12 9th St. se.
nol7-3t
WILL gent who picked up eyeglasses and chain
on Columbia orchestra floor Monday night
kindly return them to 302 Md. ave. ne.
nol5-3t,era
FOUND.
OYSTERS. A NO. l-Wholesale and retail; aSeTper
qt.; 75c per gallon; extra selects, 25c per qt.;
delivered free. I.sCEY'S. 007 N Y- ave. se29tf
WALL PAPER.
FIRST CLASS naperhanging and painting; rooms
papered. $1.75 up; samples brought. W. F.
HUNT, 728 10th st. nw. noS-lm
ROOMS PAPERED, $2 up; the only paperhanger
in the city giving written guarantee with
all work; samples brought; lowest prices for best
painting: send pcstaL WM. V. MAHONEY, 1230
E st. se. Anacostia branch. 113 Pierce st.
no5-lmo-exSu
FOR SALE MISCELLAXEOCS.
FOR SALE No. 7 cooking range. $2.50; heating
stove. $1.25 up. 1131 13th st. nw. It
FOR SALE Furniture of large house, coruisting
of bedroom and dining-room suites, folding
lied, carpets, rugs, lady's and gent's bicycles,
etc. 113 Md. ave. nv. nolS-3t
FOR SALE Lafevre bammerles gun; latest pat
tern; will sell cheap. 1SI1 K st nw.
nol7-3t.em
FOR SALE At a acrifice huckster's .outfit, .con.
sisting of wagon, horse, harness, and li
cense; can be seen Friday and Saturday. S31
13th st. ne. nol7-3t,em
FOR SALE Bar fixtures; cheap; oneTlarge and
one smau Dunet; sseleton bar; elegant oak
ice box; three taps with coils; fine cak partition
set with mirrors. NEW YORK BUFFCT. 403
10th st. nw. nol7-!t
FOR SALE Young black and tan (female) dog
alo sorrel mare; cheap. 1211 S st. nw.
1 Item
FOR SALE One houseboat, one steam yacht,
boathouse, boats, and all appliances. YACHT.
this office. nol6-7t.era
FOR SALE Handsome walnut folding bed, with
large mirror and hair mattress. WALTERS,
933 E St. nw. noI6-3t,em
FOR SALE A nice awning: suitable for a store
front W. E. WRIGHT, 619 E st. nw.
nol6-3t
FOR SALE Sianure of all descriptions for graa
and flowers: horse and cow manure: well
rotted. W1LLIAJI CARTER, Prospect st. nc.
Please copyaddresa; nol0-7t
FOR SALE 2i4-galIon coffee urn. WILLIAMS'S
AUCTION ROOMS, lOthand D sts. nol6-3t
FOR SALE Household furniture; private sale;
walnut wardrobe, sideboard, parlor sets, bed
room sets, writing desk, tables, portieres, bed
lounge, etc.; house for sale. 132 D st ne.
nol6-3t
FOR SALE Remington sewing machine. $6; Do
mestic. $10; Household, $9; Automatic, $20;
all with side drawers and leaf; warranted for
3 years, at OPPENUEISIER'S NEW HOME
AGENCY, 511 9th st. nw. nol5-3t,em
ALL BLEJIISHES positirely removed from your
piano and furniture; tuning and regulating:
vamisiing and Bristling. ANDERSON k SHOE-
JIAKER, 464 Mass. ave. nw. nol3-6t-exSu
FOR SALE Clearing sale of square pianos and
organs. Stein square, $10; Chickering, $20;
Knabe, $25; Smith Am. organ, $20; on easy,
weekly or monthly payments. BRADBURY'S.
1223 Pa. avea nolt-tLem
A BUYING chance worth considering to repay
stoiage charges; $90 parlor suite fcr $30; 3
new fanev c-ouehes, 25 new bordered carpets, mat
ting, oilcloth, and edd furniture. NORTHWEST
STORAGE HOUSE. 31W1S Sth st nw. no!3-7t
FOR SALE 20 brown leghorn cockerels; $1 each;
prize stock. it, C. BOOTH, 10th and G.
Brookland Poultry Yards. noI3-7t
FOR SALE $2.8S for 6-foot extension table; $2J0
for lounge; $5 for cook stoves; heaters, $i50;
parlor and bedroom suite; $1 per week; ca"h and
credit REDJION'D, 313 7th st nw. oeiS-lf.em
FORjSALE Coed quality opaque shades, fitted
to jour windows, enly 25 cents, the best
quality oil opaque shades, 50 cents; good quality
floor oilcloth 20c and 25c square yard; laid frej
by experts; will call with samples. KLEE
BLATT'S, Ilth and H sts. ne. au21-tf
FOR SALE Books on poultry, pigeons, dogs, and
pet stock, etc; also parrots, canaries, dogs
and pets of all kinds; incubators and brooders.
SCHMID'S BIRD STORE, 712 12th st nw. au21-tf
FOR SALE Flower pots and tubs; all sizes; and
Fall bulbs; the best ot soil for planting; wire
flower stands and plant stakes. SCHMID'S BIRD
STORE, 712 12th St. nw. ocll-tf
TRUSTEES' SALES.
THOMAS J. OWEN, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF UNIMPROVED REAL ES
TATE .FRONTING 73 FEET ON KENTUCKY
AVENUE SOUTHEAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, recorded
in liber No. 2275, folio 204. et seq., ot the land
records of the District of Columbia, we will sell,
at public auction, in 'front of the premises, on
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1S93, AT 4.30
O'CLOCK P. JL, the following-described real es
tate, situate in the city of Wc-rhington, in said
District, and being original lot numbered eight
een (18), In square numbered ten hundred and
forty-one (1,011).
Terms of sale: The above- property will be
sold subject to deed ot trust amounting to $1,500.
with interest from January 31, 1S93, said deed
of trust being recorded io Liber 229S, folio 5; the
purchase money over and above said deed of trust
to be paid in cash. A deposit of $100 will be re
quired at time, ot sale All conveyancing and
siauiix a. yiu.uxi iw. .cm, io u: i-uiiipiicu
with within ten days, otherwise trustees reserve
-the right to resell at risk and cost of the default,
ing purchaser.
ROBERT Jt- MORRISON",
60Q F st. nw-
w. e. edmonston;
509 5th st. nw.,
nolS-didj Trustees.
RAILROAI3S.
Washington Alexandria
Mount Vernon Railway
From Station, 13 1-2 St. and I'a. Ave.
In Effect November 1, 1808.
For Alexandria, week days. 6:30. 7:04. x7:K.
8:00. 8:35, S:50. 9:23. 10:00; 11:09, 11:13.
A. M. 112:05, I2.-20. 1:14, 1:13. i2:04, t:(X 3:25.
x3:3, xl:15. 4:30. SrOo. x5S0, 5:10. I:04. 6:30,
7:0. 7:33, 8:00. 9:00, 10:00, 11:20. and 11:3!
P. 1L
Sundays, 7:13. 9:00, 9:43. 10:30. 11:15. A.
M.. 12:00 noon. 12:45. 1:30. 2:15, 3:00. 3:15, 4:30.
5:15, 6:00, 8:13, 7:30, 8:15. 9:00. 10:00. 11:20.
and 11:50 P. 3L
For Mount Vernon, week days, 6:30, 8:00. MrOT.
and 11:00 A. M. 12:05, 1:11, 2:01. 3:59. 7:00,
and 9:00 P. M.
8undays. 9:00 A. M., 120 noon. 2:15. 3:15,
6:15, and 9:00 P. M.
Fcr Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge, week dara.
8,00. 8:59, 10:00, 11:00 A. M. xl2:03. 12:20.'
1:11. 2:04, s3r2S, 4:15, 5:20. 6:04, 7:00, and 8:01
P. M.
Sundays, 7:45, 9:00. 9:45, 10:30, and 11:15 A.
M. 12:00 noos, 12:45, 1:50. 2:15. 3:00,. 3: 13. 1:30,
5:15. 6:00, 6:45, 7:30, and 8:13 P. M.
To' Payne Street only.
zTo Arlington only.
xExpresL, ,
Parcels carried on all trains. Baggage ch-cked.
C. E. ABBOT. J. COLVIN.
President, Soperitttnjenl.
nol-tf
Pennsylvania
RAILROAD.
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STREETS.
7:50 A, M. WEEK DAYS. PITTSBURG EX
PRESS. Parlor and Dining Cars Harrisburg Is
Pittsburg.
10:50 A. IL PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED. Pull
man Sleeping. Dining, Smoking, and Observa.
tion Cars Harrisbuig to Chicago, Cincinnati.
Indiana polix. St. Louis, Cleveland, and Toledo.
Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisburg-.
10:50 A. M. PAST LINE. Pullman Buffet Parlo
Car to narrisburg. Buffet Parlor Car Harrrs
burg to-Pittsburg.
3:30 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX
PRESS. Sleeping Car Washington to St Louis;
and Sleeping and liming Cars HarriJiurg t
St Louis, Nashville (via Cincinnati), and CM
earn. 7.-23 P M. WESTERN EXPRESS. Pullman Sle.-p-Ing
Car to Pittsburg. Chicago, and Harrisburg
to Cleveland. Dining Car to Chlcago-
7:20 P. M. SOUTH-WESTERN EXPRESS. Pull
nun Sleeping Cars Washington to Pittsburg and
Harrisburg; to St. Louis and Cincinnati. Din
ing Car.
10:10 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS. Pullman
Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
7:50 A IL, for Kane, Canandaigna. -Rochester,
and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday.
10:50 A. U. for Elmira and Reravo daily, ex
cept Sunday. For Williamsport, daily, aaa
P. L
7rH P. M. for Willlam-port. Rochester, Erie, B-,f.
falo. and Niagara Fails daily, except Saturday,
with Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester.
I0:l P. M. for Erie. Canandaigua. Rocteiter.
Buffalo, and Niagira Falls dally. Pullman
Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester Satur
days only.
For rlilliult-liihln. New York and
tbe East.
:CO P. M "CONGRESSIONAL, UM1TF.D."
daily; all Parlor Cars with Dining Car from
Baltimore. Regular at 7:00 (Dining Car). 8:00,
9:00. lUrCO (Dining Car), and liftI (Dining
Car from Wilmington. A. M.. 12:13. 3:15. 4:21
fDining Car from Baltimore), 0:50, 100. aa.1
11:50 P. M. On Sunday. 7:00 (Dining Car).
8:00. 9:f0. UrOO (Dining Car from Wilmington)
A M.. 12:15. 3:15. 4:20 (Dining Car from Balti
more), 6:50, 10:00, and 11:50 P. V. For
Philadelphia only. Fart Express. 7:50 A M.
week davs. Express 12:15 P. IL week-dajs,
2:01 and 5-40 P. M daily.
For Boston, without change. 7:50 A. M. week
days, and 4:20 P. M. daily.
Fcr B.ltimo-e. 6:20. 7:0ft. 7:50. 8:00, 9:00. 10:CO,
10:30. tl.-OO A. M 12:15. 12:43. 12:53. 2:01.
3:15. 3:30. (1:00 Limited). 4:20. 1:3H, 5:10. 6:13.
6:50. 7:20. 10:00, 19:40, 11:15. and 11:50 P. M.
On Sundas. 7:00. 8.-O0. 9:00. 9:05. 10:50. 11:00;
A. JI., 12:15. :.!5. 2:01, 3:15. 3:30. (4:00 lim
ited). 4:20. 5:10, 6:15. 6:50, 7:20, 10:00, 10:10,
and 11:50 P. M.
For Pope's Creek Line. 7:50 A. JL and 4:36 P. M-week-dars.
Sunars. 9:05 A. JL
For AnnapolK 7:00, 9:00 A. JL, 12:13 nd 5:13
P. M. daily, except Sunday. Sundays. 9:06
A. M. and 5-40 P. M.
Eirrcss for Florida and points em Atlantic Coast
Line. 1.S0 A. JL, 3:15 P. JL daily; Richmond
only. 10:57 A. JL week-days; Atlanta Special,
via Richmond and sVahcwrd Air Line. 4:40 P.
M. daily. Accommcdation for Quantico. 7:15
A. JL daily and 4:25 P. JL weet-dayj.
Seashore Connections.
For Atlantic Citv (ia Delaware Kirer Bridge,
all-rail route). 3:15 (1:00 "CoogresaJKa! lim
ited") P. JL daily, via Market Street Wharf.
10:00 and 11:00 A. JL, 12:t5 P. JL week-days.
11:50 P. JI. daily.
For Cape May. UrOO A. JL week-days, 11:50- P.
JL daily. N
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth ana G Strre..
and at the station. Sixth and B Streets, where
orders can be left for the checking of baggage
to destination f.-om hotels and residences.
Telephone call 1141 for Pennsylvania Railroad
Cab Service.
J. B. HUTCHINSON, J. R. WOOD.
Ceneral Manager. General Pass-nger Agtnt.
(tNSft Chesapeake
QUTEa a uillU UJ-
TLiroush the Grandest Scenery of
America, All Train Vestlliuled,
Electric Llcjlttcd, Steam llentc-il.
All Meals Served In Iilnluc Cars.
Station Sixth and It Streets.
Schedule in Effect May 1. 1893.
2r20 P. M. DAILY. Cincinnati and St Louis
SweiaL Solid trains lor Cincinnati- PnUmas
ci . n Cincinnati. Lexington. LouimUr. In-
dianapoUs and St. Louis, without change Con
nection for Virginia Hot Springs. Parlrt Cars,
Cincinnati to Chicago
U-10 P- M- DAILY.-F. F. V. Lhnitcd.-SoUd
train for Cincinnati. Pullman Sleepers to Cln
HnnatL Lexington, and Louisvnie. with-nt
change Pullman Sleeping Car to sirginia Hot
Springs, without change, daily, except Sunday.
Observation Car Ilinton tn CmcfonatL Sleepers
rSnrinnati to Chicago and St Lft-Is.
1037 M-. EXCEPT SUNOAY.-Parlcr Car.
W-shinzton to Richmond, and Richmond to Old
Point Only rafl line via Penn. R F. k P.. and
ti P M- DAILY For Cordnnsville. Chir
lottesvile." Staunton, and for Richmond, daily,
"RwrvSs'ttor!r'and tickets at Chesapeake and"
Ohio cfaces. SIS and 1121 Pennsylvania Avenu-.
.nd at tre statio
"Telephone call 1111 for Pennsylvania Railroad
cat, service." R w rcrxEIt.
noltVam-tj Ceneral Passenger Agent.
""Soutnern E,y.
(Schedule In effect October 18, L93.)
All trains arrive and leave Pennsylvania Pas-
KjS IL Daily, local for Danville, Char
lotte "and" way stations connects at Manassas daily
tar traburg and Harrisonburg, and at Lynch
wi" uith the Norfolk and Western daily.
U-15 A M -Dailr, the UNITED STATE:? FAST
lilL carries Pullman DuflVt Sl-epers, New York
arid Washington to Jacksonville, uniting at Salis
tmrir with Pullman Sleeper for AshevtUe and Hot
SSSn-. N a; Knoxville. Chattancoga and Mem
om! TenrL. and at Charlotte with Pullman
Sleeker lot Augusta. Pullman Buffet Sleeper,
New York to New Orleans, uniting at Charlotte
with Pullman Sleeper for Birmingham. Con
npets at Lynchburg with Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad lor Lexington daily except Sunday, and
Natural Bridge, daily; Solid train. Washington
to New Orleans without change. Sunset person
ally conducted tourist excursion, through Jeeper
on this train every Wednesday to San Francisco
W40UVhM l-ocal for Front Royal. Strashu-;
and Harrisonburg, daily, except Sunday
i.M P M Daily, local for Charlottesville.
in-ls p" JI.-Daily. WASHINGTON AND
COUTIIWESTERN, VESTIBULF.D LIMITED, com.
. j ,. Pullman Vetibuled Sleepers. Dininr
Sts and Day Coaches, Pullman Sleepers, New
York to Nashville, Tenn.. via .Uheville. Knox
ville and Chattanooga; New York and Tampa, via
Charlotte Columbia. Savannah and Jacksonville;
Vew York to Memphis, via Birmingham. New
York to New Orleans, via Atlanta and Jlont
iromcrr Vestibuled Day Coach. Washington to
Ulanta. Southern Railway Dining Car. Gretna
Wo to Montgomery.
TRAINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO DI.
VISION leave Washington 9:01 A. M. daily and
4-15 P M. daily except Sunday and 6:25 P. JL
Sunday only, for Roun3 Hill; 4:32 P. M. daily ex
cept Sunday for Leesburg. and 0:23 P. M. dally
for Uerndon. Returning, arrive at Washington
8-26 t. M. dally and 8:10 P. M. Sundays only,
and "-13 P. M. daily except Sunday from Round
HilL'and j;06 A M. dally except Sunday, from
Herndon. and 8:34 A. SL daily except Sunday
from Leesburg.
Through trains from the South arrive at Wash-
ingtoff 6:42 A. M.. 2:20 P. M. and 9:33 P. JL
Harriacnburg. 12 noon daily, except Sunday, and
9:33 Pv JL. daily,, and S:30 A, JL daily from
Charlottesville.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation, and informs,
ticjn furnished at offices,. 705 15th st nw., 311
Pennsylvan'a 'ave., and at 'Pennsylvania. Railroad'
Pasenger Station.
Telephone call 1141 for Pennsylvania Railroad
Cab Service.
'FltJNli SL CANNON, THIrd Vice President a4
General Jfanager.
J. JL CULP. Traffic JIarugtr.
W. A. TURK. General Passenger Agtnt
L. S. DROWN, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dent.

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