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THE TIMES, WASHINGTON.- StJNDAY. DECEMBER 30. !90().
THEY SAW NAPOLEON.
Twa Men Now I.lx Iinr AVlm Ilcmcm.
- tier Hie Einpcror.
(From the London Chronicle.)
There are livinfr at least two English
moa who saw Napoleon on board the
Belleropbon, off Plymouth. One Is Mr.
James Doel. our oldest living actor; the
other. Mr, Joseph May. contributes to the
"Westminster Razettc" a most interest
ing account of his experience. It was un
derstood that the captive Emperor would
show alraself at definite times on deck.
"Long before the time arrixed great
crowds of pcopo of all ranks had gath
ered round the ship, but were not al
lowed to come quite near. I
have a distinct recollection of the scene
at the moment Xapolcon presented him
self at the gangway and received the
respectful homage of the thousands men,
women, and children that stood up in
their boats and gaxe expression to their
feelings by a subdued roar, not approach
ing a huzza nor partaking in the least of
reproach. I fi.ncy I see him now short
in person, stiff, upright, rather stout."
This supplies J further proof of the re
pulsion of fe-jllng in England in favor of
N'apolcon as soon as he was beaten and
Mr. Joseph May Is probably the only
living man who has seen all four Napol
eons. It was at Vienna, in the theatre,
that he saw the second Napoleon, who
was boru King of Rome, died as the Duke
of Iteichstadl, and has been revived in
public memory as "L'Alglon." Mr. May
at the time was returning from Poland,
where ho had been serving the country in
its straggle for independence. He saw
Napoleon III and the Prince Imperial
when they were guests of the Earl of
Mount-Edgecumbc, after Sedan.
HELP WANTEIJ FEJ'AI.B.
WANTED -Oiflc-e girl: 2.50 ac-ek; m increas
ed. Cult Jlonda. 10 a. in., POsT EX
CHANGE. 515 12th ft. nw. It
"WANTED White woman for pantry work. Ap
ply at once, with references, THE UK! AX,
Iowa Cirele. It
WANTEU-Girl who writes a good hend; ?3 a
week. Address BOX 392. tills office It
WANTED A chocolate dip-wr. MIKETZ. WOO
K t. dc30-3t
WANTED Cook io go home nights must be well
recommended. 3330 Pro-pest ave. It
WANTED Reliable colored woman for general
housework: stay at night; rcferenct-s required.
i:09.!2d t. nw. It
WANTED Girl for general liou-ework; family of
three; -Mar nights. S210 I tt. nw. It
WANTED A settled woman; must w tidy and
willing to do cooking; city references. Call
sw, corner IMli and U sts. nw. It
W.VXTEDr-Woman, for general housework; must
giic satisfactory ref., and go heme nights.
1102 IVCap. st- de29-2t,c-n
WANTED-Cirl for general housework. Call alter
C p. m. 1538 17th rt. nw. de29-3t,cni
WAXTE1I White girl at once. Call 1009 N. J.
are, nw. de29-St.em
WANTi:i A white girl to do general housework;
nnv-l understand cooking; ro washing; satis
factory rets, required. Apply ;t S2 1 St. ne.
WANTED- Girl for general housework; plain cook
and good laundress; bring reft. 1KB T it.
TYANTEI)-Skirt hand to take charge; also head
waist hand and experienced helpers; give
reference and price wanted. Address BOX 302,
tliit office. de29-2t
WANTED An apprentice girl; one who is wilting
f nm ciTsnds; paid while learning. VIItTS,
750 lltli sL nw. de23-!t
WANTED Girl for general housework and take
care of two children. 29 JI st. nw. dc29-3t
HEW WAXTED-MALI" AND FEJIALH
.VAXTKII First-cia3 rtarchi-r at once; no others
need applv. WEST END STEAM LAUNDRY,
173J Pa. are.' lt
WAXTED-Eiperienced marker and assorter. An-'
ply ;EM STEAM LAUNDRY, 314 Stli st. nw.
WANTED PupiLi. thottl-and and typewriting; cx-
cellent facilities; expert test-here. VENABLE
SHORTHAND SCHOOL. WO F st. nw. lt.em
WANTED Waitress: alto half-grown boy. Call,
after & p. in.. 1015 L at. nw. de2S-3t
WANTED Student, to learn telegraphy, tautht
bi an expert. THE DRILLERY, 01 11th it.
i ANTED AGKNTS.
ACENTS Specialty backed by absolute guarantee
to straighten kinky negro hair: nearly all
profit and sell, on tight. Write BOSTON CHEMI
CM. C.. Richmond, Va., for territory and ar
WANTED t;eneral and local agents; name plates,
signs, numbers; readable darkest nights;
samples free. RIGHT SUPPLY CO., Englewood,
Ills. . It
WANTED-Kalesmen io sell imported and domes
tie liquors, principally fine Kentucky whisk
ies and blends; cage and barrel good, to jobbers
and saloon trade; good chance to the right man;
-alary or commission. R. S. STRADER J: SON,
l E Main tt., Lexington, Ky. It
IITUATIONB WANTED FEMALE.
WAXTElt Envelopes addressed at lion-e; .'-O cents
per thousand. Address BOX 39G, this office.
WANTED 11 a teacher, position as governess or
clerk. Addm BOX 393, thU office. deDOSt
WANTED Ry experienced uhite woman, place as
di-haa-her or work in laundry. LAURA. 1011
E st. nw. lt.em
WANTED Woman to cook, wtuh, and iron; also
half-groun girl; refs. required. 3313 Cor
coran t. lt.em
WASTED-WaJiIng to do at home by reliable-
stmcan. J.tM ilzee. ave. nw. ll.eni
ANTED Br white woman, nlace as child's
tiule; good reL Address Box 374, this on"ice
WANTED By a renacd young lady, a position
as plain copyist cr to teach and care for small
children. Address BOX 353, this office. de23-2t
SITUATIONS WANTED MA LIS.
WANTED B respectable young colored man,
piaee in private family, dishwasher, or porter
ia tore; tan come well re-ommended. 205 L st.
WANTED Situation driving delhery wagon, or
work of any kind, by steady, nt-edv voung
man. FHANK. 1011 E nw. - de2S-2t,em
WANTED Position as housekeeper for nidoer.
Addrea BOX 219. this office. dr2S-3t
V ANTED BOOMS.
tt AN1 W"-By raan anTwIfe Turnfiiied roon7 with
or without board; convenient to F and lutli
sti.; private fjunii and moderate. Address Box
371. this office. lt,eu
WANTED Two unfur. rooms, with gas and bath;
priiate family; Georgetown preferred, state
lowest terms. Box 333. this offices. dc3S-3t,eis
WANTED By. two adults, two unfur. rooms; 1.
h. k.; state price. Box 252, this office.
WAXTED Room, bath ami trunk storage; on
or near car line. Address BOX 326, this of
"WANTED By very careful couple, neat furnisli-
ed rojuis for Hint housekeeping; Capitol Hill
preferred. Address BOX 3t. this place. de2S-3t
WAXTED One or tun unfur rooms; light house
keeping. Box 337, this office. de27-3t,cm
WANTED ItOOMS AND HOARD.
WASTED Room and board, by a young man In
private family; good location, mar Treasury
Deusrtiuent; terms V. Address BOX Z'M, this
WANTED Room and loard for man and wife;
rrfined. private family preferred; $10; per
manent. Address BOX S. this office. dcSS-St
"WANTEI)-To purchase house in nortIiel lmJ
ne section; suitable for dressmaker; ttate
casn-fice. Address Box 370, this cfilcc,
WANTED-To rent or buy, house, suitable for
,., room, renting. Address 511 13th st. nw.
IVAXTED HOUSES AND VEHICLES.
W INTED -Ta liar one-horse cancpy-lop surrey.
tii 311. this office. de27-it,tm
HELP WANTED MALE.
1ANTi:D-i:xperlenced pre feeler; a'.w type
setter Monday morning. OFFICE JANITOR,
034 F St., Room 13. "
WANTED White hoy to do errand lt!i a nlicel;
begiiu nilh ?2 Ier week. Apply 1230 lltli
St.. R. PI.UYM.
WANTED-First-cfao cahinetmaler. Apply C10
inn n. nw. -
WANTED Youth with knouleJse cf liookkecping
ill (i.rieiiier unu iuiiiiri ,,ti.v, ." ..
and qualifications. Address BOX SS, this otfee.
i'ANTED-2. Iron erectors for Willard's Hotel.
Aliplr CEtlltOE A. FULLER CO., Sl lltli
St. nw.. dc30-tf
WAXTE1 A while lurlKT at the RALEIGH
HOI ' BARBERSHOP. dc30-3t -
WANTED A joung colored cook at once. Apply
1707 fj st. n. lt.em
ANY person vho ill distribute circulars for ?3
dailv lwuld address STANDARD CO.. i
We!l, Chicajo. lt.cm
WANTED Slioemaker and repairer; work on
sliarci. C. A. COLLINS, Cennanton, Md.
WANTED-First-class lfbcr. W. A. JENKINS,
CSO O st. nw. de-2S-3t
WANTED Colorcil louth; experienced in tailor
shop. Address BOX 347, this office. de2S-3t
WANTED Sixteen colored laiiorers; apply at
once. S. S. DA13II i SONS. 2d and Fla. ave,
WANTED Two young Catholics. 51 to S3 years
cf age; good pay and steady work. Room 5,
621 71 h nw. dc27 3t.em
WAXTEIi fiood barber at once; $5 per week
guarantee 424 10th ft, nw. de27t,em
WANTED Stiong. softer colored men to work on
iLiiry farm. C. ROBINSON, Brightwood arc,
B. & dc27-3t,em
WANTED DESK nOO.11.
WANTED Desk room on F st. nw.; not over ?3
per month. Address BOX 350, this office.
FOR IJ! Millinery and art store; good lo
cation: reasonable rent: excellent trade: rea
son for sc.'ling oner wishes to retire. Address
BOX .191, this office, dc30 3t
FOR SALE Cigar and confectionery; doing good
business: nrice flOO. CAPITAL BUSINESS
EXCHANGE. Atlantic Bide. de30-3t
"WAXTED Sonic one to invest H000 in real es
tate cnternri,?' !ruarantr-el 13 iter cent on
investment. Addre BOX 3S4, this office. It
WANTED-Reprccntathe with $300. to tarry
ladies goods; monopoly, indispensatilc;
monthly safari iM ami commission; references.
HYGIENIC FIBRE CO.. 43 ',conard st,. New
WANTED- Ijdy or gent to furnish $130; new
liithinisMxt nr-1 i'f jir .nTXi- lililrrscs Fill Y f?R7
ZAMBESI GE3I; discovery of the age; only riral
ot genuine diamond at l-iutn cost; solid gold
raountinr! catalogues free. G. ROWE k CO..
S3S Dearborn. Chicago. del6.23,30,ianC
FOR SAU: Best grocery stand in northwest;
good living rooms attached: chean. Box 375.
,this oSce. de29-3t,cm
FOR SALE Baigaiu; stock of groceries; cash
trade; fc day. 10th and Q sis, nw. .Ie23-at
FOR SALE Miscellaneous stand in good market;
doing good business; stock at invoice. Ad-
drew BOX 339, this office. de29-3t
ELECTRICAL engineer desires as associate gen
tleman of business ability with capital: val
uable contract and large amount of business as
sured. Address BOX 336. this office. de29-3t
FOR FALE-Crocery; ca.li trade. 411 4',i st sw.
POOL ROOM Clearing flOO month; price 5323;
good reason. DfNLAP. 900 T st. de23-3t
WE 1IAYE cash bujer for large grocer-; also
small store; cheap rent. IJUXLAP. 806 F
st. - deS-St
WE II AYE cash bujer for cigar store. DUNLAP,
yu r BU UCO-Ol
SMALL lunchroom, paying bukiness; account 111-
nc-ss .accept any oner. jjl.m..xi-, w j- st.
COFFEE "and peanut roasting plant, including
wagensr paying business; ill-health cause.
NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS, MM F st.
DEPARTJIENT HOUSE CAFE Paying well; sell
reawnal.Ie. DUNLAP. M F st. . de2g-3t
FOR SALE Bakery and confectionery; good lo
cation. Address BOX 311. this otSce. dc2S-3t
FOR AIJC An oyster house doing a good buil
ness; a rare chance for party xrith small, cap
ital. Cor. 3d and Mass. ave. nw. de27-3t.em
BARGAIN, $100. cigar, confectionery, stationery,
store. 319 4 1-2 st. aw. dc2i-3t,em
WANTED "A partner witli $100 In a paying busi
ness; single man preferred. Call on O. A. P.,
117 Pa. ave. nw. de27-3t,em
FOR SALE Cigar and newsstand; cheap at ?130.
On 3th st. nw. de27-St,em
WANTED Furniture, carpets, and stores; high
et pri.-es paid; wliy send gooda to auction,
and be sorryf Cali prices.iuid at 315 Cth tt, nw.
WANTED Large ice cream freezer and tubs.
ri!ir.3 4: IIOPWOOD, 8th and K nw. drt0-3t
WANTED Turrdture of all kind; abo stocks -and
fixtures. FRIES b IIOPWOOD, Sth an.l K
WANTED A culinary dictlonarv. Address BOX
391, this office, ' It
WANTED A ortable bakeoven; must be in good
condition. Address" BOX 3;3, this office.
WANTED An office counter with wire screen
above same; also office chairs and tabic Ad-
dreirt Box 373, this office. de23-3t,cm
WANTED At MNCLAllt'S.JX! Ij. ave. nw., 30
bedroom suites, roller top desks, cook stoves,
stocks of groceries for spot cash. - dc20-3t
WANTKD-Registered black cocker sprriel or
i black and tan terrier; small size; cheap tor
cash; state pedigree, sex, and price. Address
BOX 343. this office. dr2S-3t
DRESSMAKING Good work, low prices; remodel
ingr 703 fith st. nw. clc2?-3t.em
WANTED-To buy tld feaUier beds. E. MAHKsi
75 Myrtle st. de2S-10t,em
WANTED Cash and hbjhest prices paid for dia
monds, gold watches, old gold and silver;
Fawn tickets bought. LOUIS ABRAHAM. U
Itli. tpposite Patent Office. deU-tf
WANTED-IIigliest cash price paid for ladles
and gent's cast-off clothing; drop postal, I'll
call. S. KEBESKY. 1393 Jth st. nw.
WANTI!D To rent, a store in a nice suburban
town, about .V) miles from city: suitable for
bakery and confectionery. Address BOX S5, this
ulfW. de.'iO 3t
I-'Oll 11EXT OFFICE nOOMS.
FOR RENT Rooms In building 032 F st. nw.,
cheap rent. Apply to W. J. DANTE. Hutcliins
Building. 10th and D ats. delS-tf
FOR REST Rooms in building 032 P st. nw.;
clicap rent. Apply to W. J. DANTE, Hutcbint
Building. 10th and D ats. ap22-tf
nnosis AND nOAUD.
Full lil.NT -Desirable rooms, with Imard; amall
adult family. 725 3d st. nw. cl-W-3t
FOR UENT-Scond story Iwck room; two gentle
men, ff4o, witli board; convenient to Pension
Office' 611 3d tt. nw. de3j-3t
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, with cr
wilbnul board; reasonable. Till: KBO, CM
D 1. nw. de30 7t
FOR RENT -Furnished room, with board, con
vcnlnit tu navy yard. C17 A st. w, d e30 3 1
FOR RENT 713 K st. iiw., connecting or single
rooms, uith Itoard and transients. ' de30-2t
FOR RENT Iairge furnished room, bay window
front, on second IWir, near Library, Census
Otlce, and car lines; prefer ttso in a room; rea
sonable tenus. Address BOX 383, this office.
FOR REXT-Xear Capitol and Library, larse,
iiiceli-fur. flr.t floor front room, with ex
cellent board for iwo; 3o er month. Address
Box K77, tins office. lt.em
IliiT RENT Mcel)fur. room iu private family.
4.13 1st st. im. de23-3t.em
FOR ItENT-'FloTit room, southern exposure,
liberal and tirst-thta table; ner all car lines.
1117 I st. nW. de23-3t
LARGE fruit i-iifiir, room. 2d Boor, fl2; table
board, t'10 N. Y. ave. nw, dc23-3t,em
-WAVTED- Tbx boarders; nicely funiisiusl front
mom; ("Oc-d Iward; heat, gas, Tpath; s.1.50 per
neek each, 2037 II .U nw. af2j-3t
jfor rtENT noosis.
FOR RENT I.'oom, suitable for gentlemen: 7;
heat, gas, and bath. 51S 10th st. nw. de30-3t
FOR RENT Near Stanton Square, one elegantly
furnished front room; heat and gas; only s
per month. C37 Md. ave. ne. de.TJ St
FOR RENT Sl 5th ft. nw.. warm, pleasant
rooms, furnished or unfurnished. dc30-3t
FOR RENT Near Capitol. Library ,and to car
lines, neatly furnWifd rooul; first or second
fl'jor; priratc family. 212 A st. r.e. lt
FOR RENT Rooms. 723 lltli st. nw. deSOSt
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front rooms. 917
11 st. nw. de30-3t
FOR RENT-016 3d st. nw., nicely furnished,
well heated front third story room; gocd
lsoard; terms moderate. de30-3t
FOR RENT To refined couple, two large bright
rooms, furnMird con-p!ete for I. h. k.. K5
per month; heat and gas for cooking; adults.
131 3d st. ne. de30 3t
FOR RENT 1112 6th st. nw., nice, fur. hallroora
to xocng man; ?4 a month in advance.
FOR RENT-Ijirge. comfortable rooms; $2.30 per
neek. upivards. 320 Cth st. nw, deO-3t.em
FOR RENT Fur. or unfur. rooms; first or second
floor. 1734 F st. nw. dc29-3t,em
FOR RENT Three-room, nicely-fur. flat; lt
flool"; tenns rrasoualilc. Call any time, 1501
Clll St. nw. cle2!-3t,em
FOR REXT-Onc large fur, room; 2jl ficir. 1227
11th st. de2!)-3t,em
FOR RENT Two conimunicaliug roonu; Iiotisc
keeping. 703 I st. nw. deSKSt
FOR RENT Two unfurnUusl rooms; bat and
gas. 1132 Corcoran st. nw. de29-3t
FOR RENT Two very desirable rooms on second
floor; newly furnished, bright, and sunny.
307 It st. se. dc29-3t
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for 1. h. k.;
a. m, I.; one square from Metropolitan cars.
1303 B St. se. dc3)-3t
FOR RENT Fur., large room, 2d floor, with heat,
$3 montlL 17 E nw. de28-3t.em
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. 213 3d st, se.
FOR RENT 1004 lltli st. mv-. nicely furnished
well heated room on second floor. de28-3t
FOR RENT Large second floor front nom; suit
able for two; also back room. 107 E st, nw.
FOR RENT One second story front room, fur
nished, $7 per month. 1112 7th St. nw.
TOR RENT Two rooms, furnished, en suite or
single; clean and comfortable; $7 and $8. 1113
Cth sL nw. de23-3t
TOR RENT Rooms, with or without board. 705
Stli st. nw. de27-3t,em
FOR RENT Fur., front cr back parlor; also un
fur. rooms, 2d floor. 1731 F st. nw.
TOR RENT Two fur. rooms, 1st floor. 1133 9th
st. nw. de27-3t,em
FOR RENT Two M-floor rooms. 1157 S nw.
FOR RENT Two or three partly fur. rooms; heat
and gas. 029 1-2 Md. ave. sw. de27-3t,em
TOR RENT Fur. rooms; second floor; heat, gas,
and bath. 620 5lh st. nw. de27-ot,em
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
1011 RENT Large unfurnished second floor front
room. 927 L st. nw. de30-3t
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms; suitable for
1. h. k. (KO E st. nw. de.T0-3t
TOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms; second
floor; heat, light, batlu 2221 0 st. nw.
TOR RENT-FlJt of sLx rooms, $13. 1022 7th st,
nw Apply 1037 7th St. de30-3t
FOR RI'NT Two large, communicating, unfur
nished rooms; reasonable. 1441 S st. nw.
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms. 119 10th
st. nw. dc30-3t-
TOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms, heat and
gas; reasonable. 122ft G st. ne. d30-3t
FOR REXT Large back second-floor unfur. room;
$7, gaa included; closets; southern exposure;
near 9th and N. Y. ave. transfer. Address Box
37S. this office. lt.em
FOR RENT Two large uniur. rooms; 2d floor;
large fur. room, ?. 40 II st. nw.
FOR RENT Two unfur. second-floor rooms; south
front; alcove; beat, gas, bath; I. h. k.; $15.
130 Mass. ave. ne. lt,em
FOR REXT Two unfurnished rooms; light, heat,
and bath, 10; no children. 1 F st. nw.
TOR REXT Three unfurnished rooms on second
floor, with bath, beat, and gas; closets; very
reasonable. 916 Cth st. nw. de23 3t
FOR RENT Unfur.. two rooms in basement, one
on 3d floor, 413. 930 N. Y, ave. nw.
FOR RENT Three unfur. rooms; adults. Call
after .6 p. m. on Sunday, 1009 eth St. nw.
FOR RENT Unfurnished, three rooms and loth
on second floor. 1707 New Jersey ave. nw.
FOR REXT Three unfurnished rooms; second
floor; reasonable. 118 D st. ne. de2S-3t
FOR RENT One or two large unfurnished rooms;
heat and light. 501 New Jersey axe. nw.
FOR RENT Part of house, unfurnished, with
every convenience for housekeeping; small
family preferred; use' of piaw if desired to care
ful person. Ill K st. nw. je23-3t
FOR RENT Two unfur. rooms; lieat and tjas. 715
Cth s. ne. dr27-3t.em
LOST Between Tcnleytown and Georg-town on
IH-cember 29, a black gun metal cigarette case
containing money and two railroad passes. Suit
able reward if returned to 1736 N st. It
LO-T Buncli oi keys on a ring. Reward if re
turned to r)3 D St. nw.. Room 11, third floor.
LOST On Friday, December 28, a new Mket
liook, with initial S. on, containing $25 in
$3 bills and watch charm; liberal reward. Com
municate -ltli O. S. SMITH, 113 South Front st.,
Philadelphia. Pa. de29 3t.cm
LOST Wednesday or Thursday, a gold seal, ame
thyst stone. Reward if delivered at 212 12th
st. nw. de28-3t,em
LOST A :1ng of 5 keis; reward. Address Box
351. this oftke. de28-3t,em
LOST Wednesday, diamond ring, on Pa. axe.,
between litis and 20th sta. Reward if re
turned to owner. 1733 I'a. ave. nw. iie?8-3t
FOUND Bicycle in front of confectionery, MS
7th st. nw., Sunday, Dee. 10. tt ill be return
ed to rightful oxnier tor cost uf ad. de29 3t.em
HOOD'S Baking Poxvder. World's Bes.. 5, 10 tc 15c.
ICE CREAM, 70c gallon, not made in a cellar,
but above ground, for sewer gas abounds
In cellars and breeds tphofd, diphtheria, etc.;
moral, don't eat that kind. LACEl'S Is pure and
delicious. ,697 N. Y. ave. 'Phons 2081.
FOR nENT HOUSES.
FOR REXT A 7-rootn house, with a beautiful lot
in the-prettielt section uoltlieast; owner will
rent for. f 22 a month; will trade for a lot or a
large piece of ground In the suburbs. But 3G0,
this office. lt.em
FOR RENT -Attention is called to t he large and
spacious building, 310 st. nw., juU lieing
completid; this building lias a frontage of 54
feet on C st. and same on the alley leading in
from Pa. ave., C t.. Sd St., ard I1,. t. ; it lias
about 3fl,(.xi feet of floor space; the front portion
Is being divided into US large, light, airy rooms;
heated by hut water, and lias a Mali dry cellar
under them; a splendid place for offices, fiats, or
public hotue; the rear can le used for otflces.
storage, or carriage rooms, which contains an
elevator. For particulars enquire of CAPT. C. M.
FORREST, 612 1 st. nw., or I). A. SxNFORD. 110
In., axe. de29-3t
FOR RENT STOKES.
FOR RENT Tuo rooms and cellar, for store and
workshop. 502 K st., near market. Key 614
3d st. nw. ds30 3t
I'Oll REXT FLATS.
FOR RENT -Fumlslied fiat; two large looms and
lath; atejiu heat. 924 i'a. ave. nw. deil-31
von SALE I1ICVCI.ES.
IOR SALE Gent's 22-inch bicycle. ?7. Addrcsj
BOX 323. ibis office. de2S-3t
FOR gALE Iltm&fC.H AMI VI.SI1CI.ES.
FOR S'.lj: At lalt (lie xalue. fuli leather top
bugirx"; hand trade; ... &, n Apply
1647 Florida aic. ne. de2i-3t
FOR SALE OR KENT HOUSES.
TKOS. ., WAGGAPMN,
Real Estnte Broker unit Auctioneer.
917 F Street N. W.
1C24 7th, b b. lot 20x100 ft, to alley
1323 Vermont ave. bib. 9r. bath. ami.
311 N Y ave and 113tand'llS3 3d st (all)
1 II. b h. bath, a m i.,
40 S. b h. bath, a.ra I
1325 5th, b h, Sr, bath, a m I
aia i. I Ii, 7r. bath, a m.I
1S31 Vermont ave, b h. Si, a m 1.....
1615 S, b h, 2 stofles, 4r, lot 15x100
233 P, f h, 7r. 2,957 eq. ft
930 L. f h, 7r, bath and a m I
I CM loth, b h. bath, ami. Or
1213 W. b h. Cr, bath, a m I
1425 9th. f h. Cr. lot 14x94 ft
iiius to 3419 R, b hs, Cr (each)
1708 and 170S 34th. b hs, Cr (each)
418 Franklin, b b. Or. hail, a in i
2033 L. f h, Cr, lot 12x100 ft
2001 32d, f h. Cr. 20 ft front
2127 9lh, f b, 4r, lot 10x111 it
S17 E, brick building, lot 50x100.... Offer
17 3d st, b h, 4r, lot 21x96 ft
515 G, b h. Cr, cellar, a m i
24 Jackson Alley, b h, and stable
1153 0, f h, Sr. bath; a m 1
C39 SOth st, f h, 4r
Ne.. 1119 12th, Cr and bath
No. GTSO L, 6r and bath
Ne., 920 East Capitol, Sr and bath..!-.....
Ne., 1108 Stb, Or and bath
Ne.. Part ot lot 7, square 882
Ne., 83 II st r
Ne., 42 Myrtle. Cr
Ne., 137 II. 3r
Ne., 76 Jackson Alley, Cr
Ne., C20 35it.. 4r
Ne., rear 323 A. 4r. ,
.. 13 30
.. 17 40
.. 15 30
.. 1 M
.. 7 40
.. 7 30
Ie.. C19 Blair's t"oirrt. 4r
No., square 677, 3 lots x. Offer
.. 14 30
.. 9 SO
.. 8 30
s-e., 133 II. o. ave., 6r and bath.
Se., 200 5th at, 5r
Se., 1102 Sth st., 12r :
Se., 1101 8th, 7r..
Se.. 825 Ga. ave. Cr
Se:, 1032 12th, 4r
Apply at Office for Weekly Bulletin.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SAL! f'X); only three left of the Kramer
st. houses and lots, icnted at $5.50; in perfect
order; only 5 minutes to the cars; water and
sewer. JOHN F. DOXOIIOE & SON, 303 East
Capitol st. dc30-3t
TOR RENT Boarding house of 21 rooms. 1120
Sth st.; a. m. L de2S-3t
A. S. CAYW.OOD,
933 9th St. N. W.
Real Estate. Loans, and Insurance.
Rei'llntr Promptly to Good Tennnt at
THREE BARGAINS IN BRICK HOUSES!
Cth st. nw., bet. M and N, S-room brick (frame
back); modern impioxements; large lot. 30 lect
front, running back to wide alley, f 4,500.
E st. ne., bet. 3d and tth. 10-room and bath bay
window brick; south front; parking; rear alley;
modern improx-eincnta; occupied by owner. $i500-
K st. nw., nea- X. Cap. st. and Government
Printing Office, 10 rooms jind bath; bxy window;
modern improvements; wide rear paved alley;
south front; wide parking. $3,200 ($1,300 less
than cost owner). Good' offer considered.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
foiT "sMxiS'otu.idUeo7, TiojoTonTlS
oak mirror front? folding bed, f22.30. -.315 Cth
st. nw. de30-St
FOR SALE The entfre contents of a large board
ing house; such as oak snd enamel bedroom
furniture, pillows, fojdiug lstd, chairs, mattrefues,
springs, stoves, organ. cts, trunks, diningroom
tables, -iron beds, rockcrsi, mirrors, ice box, oil
heater, gas heaters, students' lamp; also five iron
beds tliat have nevs liec-n ued; the ahov has
been moved to our place of business and must be
sold cruick. FRIES &. IIOPWOOD, Sth and K ats.
nw. . deSO-St
FOR SALE Caligraph. u'niversjl kexboard; first
rate condition, ' ,Ad.'Jres BOX "380. Ibis office.
FOR SALE Cheap hound; good rabbit dog; set
ter; good bird dog. tf3 Nst. sw. dc30 3t
YOL'NO lady out of employment, will sacrifice
her marquise ring for $03; cost $125. Address
Box 379, this office. de29-3t,em
LOOK 35 for a newly-painted side-door milk
wagon. 3.J Md. ave, ne. d29-3t,em
FOR SALE Three fine show rates; cheap. GLOBE
CL. CO., S03 Pa. ave. nw. de23t
FOR SALE Ladies" diamond ring, 2i50; cot
j40. Address BOX 363. this office. de20-3t
TOR SALE High bred handsome St, Bernard
dog; Cromwell stock; registered; New York
kennel; age 20 month.. Apply DR. FREEDMAN,
707 5th st. nw. de2S-3t
Organs, $5 up.
Square pianos 25 up. Upright pianos as low
as $93 and all other pianos, organs, and small
musical goods at 23 per cent to 50 ir cent
reduction. Open late Monday night. New Year's
Eve. BRADBURY'S. 1225 Pa. ave. deSO-tf
FOR SALE Standard Grand sewing machine;
used 3 weeks. 25; cost 05; lesving city. Ad
dress BOX 32"., this cSUe. de27-6t
FOR SALE Six oval photo mezzotint for 35c.
ACME PIIOTOGRAl'II CO., 834 F st, nw.
po'eci evt-ry dealraLle ImproTfment invented In
the put 50 jean ti tpperteltu to pianos.
HUGO WORCH, 923 F.
FOR SALE Picture frair.e made to order 23c
up; largest and most complete line oi pic
tures, frames and medallions in the city. SEW
ARD'S, 730 7th st. nw. ocl0-3mos
FOR SALE Good quality opaqui shades, fitted to
your windows, only 25c; the beat quality ell
opaque shades, 50 cents; hung fret; will call
with aimplea. KLEEDLATTS, 11th and II sta.
ne. ' my6tt
FOR SALE $C for hair mattress, in two parta;
lounges, $2.75; gasoline 6toves and refrig
erators; parlor and bedroom suites. $1 per week;
will move and store your goods; cash or credit,
REDMOND. Sll and 313 7th si. nw. det-tt.cm
LACE CURTAIN'S laundeird with care; no lime.
221 D st. nw. dc30-3t
DANCING -Private academy, 1213 12lh sU nw.
Mb-S LEONARDO. Premiere Danseuse; pro
tect yourself br learning to dance properly.
UPHOLSTERING- Chair caning a specialty. F.
V. NEIDFEI.lrr, 1515 9th st. nw branch 2d
and G sta. nw. de3Q-3t
WANTED-To rent jou a No. 2 Remington ti re
writer hi good condition, at fcf per momli.
BOX 273. City I'. O. dc30-3t
FRESH Ahleriicy mill!, 6c per quart. Address
BOX 3S1. this office. de30-3t
LADY manlcuie wishes ,calis to go out. MRS.
MOURE. 621 i:ith " st. nw. ?c??"3i
ANY ORDINARY clock jcleancd. 30c. Watches,
Jewelry, music boxes according! chargrd; sat
isfaction guaranteed; .'lid imstal; will call for
and deliver free to 'all parts of District. CAPI
TAL CLOCK REPAIRING COMPANY. 1134 7th
it. nw. ' de28-tf
OH, WHAT FUN thruwiug confetti. GUNDLACII,
the costumer, 927 K st. nw. de2t-7t,ein
FULL DRESS suits Xij- hire,
costumer, 927 E si. nw.
BOOKBINDING FOR THE HOLIDxYS-Books of
all kind bound in short notice; magazines,
etc.; pocketbooks and all'Ieather goods lettered in
gold or silver; we' bind anything. WILLIAMS'
BINDERY. 613-015 Jth st. nw., C1IAS. W. DOW.
DEN. Manager. de!3-tf,em
C. PECK, practical lurrlfr; ityliah collarettes
made from worn furs; uiuffa relined; plush
gauncnts steamed and made lika new; remodel
fng to present styles at low prices. 9i F rt. nw.,
tecond floor. nols tt
rULL DRESS SUITS. II.
for hire. l. JULIUS
COHEN. 1101 7th st. nw.
ATTENTION BUSINESS MEN For 15 days. 83
cents will purcliase, printed, 500 buxinesj
cards, 500 noteheads, 500 billheads, 500 envelopes,
cr binding one volume magazine; other work as
reasonable. WILLIAMS BOOK BINDERY AND
PRINTING OFFICE, C15 7th st. nw., Cliarlrs W.
flonden. Superintendent. sdO-tf.em
SEWING llAciriNESrepaircdand warranted. $1:
machines for rent liy week or month at OP
1'EMIEIMER'S NEW HOME AGENCY. 311 tth t.
ROOMS" iw-in-csl Iiom 2 up. I. BOND. 1M3 II
st. ne. de29-7t,em
LET YOUR ItESblTuTIONS be for the new year
that Nolle shall paper the rooms ot your
linUM-; ycu will have friends visiting jou during
iuausuraUon cck and l-svc the home papered
in a nice way Boon" papcied, $2 tip. F "G
N0LTE, SI0 sth st. nw. d:21tf
Norfolk & aslington
Every clay io the year for Norfolk, New-
port News, and all pointa South, by the
superb, powetfnl ateel palaca steams
"Newport News," 'No.-fofk, and Wash
ington, en the following schedule:
Lv. Washington.6.3) pm
Lr. Alexandria..7.00 pm
Ar. Ft. Monroe.7.09am
Ar. Norfolk 8.00 am
Lv. PorOmouth.5.00 pra
Lt. Norfolk 5.43 pm
Lv. Ft Muliroe..G.s5 pm
Ar. Alexandria. .8.30 an.
Ar. Washiiigton7,00 am
Tickets on tale at 817 Perm, ave., B, and
O. ticket ofSce, 619 Fenn. ave.. and lomvi
- 15th st. and N. T. ave., C & O. ticket of-
Sees, at 512 renn, st., and C09 11th at,;
8. A L. ticket office, 1434 N. Y. ave., and
- on board steamers.
- tSTot further information apply at gen
eral officer, 7th It. wharf, Wash. D. C
so28-tf JOHN CALLAHAN. Ceneral Manater.
New York Jan. 2,10 a.m.
Kensington Jan. 9, noon
Noordland Jan. 10. noon
Friesland..... Jan. 23. noon
Vadcrland Jan. 30, 10 a. m.
BED STAB LIHE.
NEW YORK ANTWERP-PARIS.
Westerniand Jan. 2, noon
Kensington Jan. 9, noon
Noordland Jan. IS. noon
Friesland .1... ...Jan. 23, noon
NEW TWIN-SCREW S. S. VADERLAND,
12,000 Tons. 6s0 Ft. Long. CO Ft. Beam.
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY.
Piers 14 ar.d 15 N. R. Office. 73 Broadway.
WASHINGTON OFFICE. 1300 F ST. NW.,
or O. W. MOSS. AGENT. 1411 O SL nw.;
G. COLTON Ic CO.. 913 Ta. Ave, nw.
WASHINGTON. I). O. POSTOFFIC'E NOTICE.
Should be -ittd daily, as changes may occur at
FOREIGN MAILS arc forwarded to tlie ports pt
sailing daily, and .the schedule of closing is ar
ranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted
overland transit. For the xcek ending January
5. 1901, the last connecting closes will be made
from this office as follows:
TUESDAY (b) At 7?13 p. m. for EUROPE, per
s. s. New York, from New York, via South
ampton. Mail for GERMANY and IRELAND
must be directed "Per s. .s. New York."
(c) At 11:05 p. m. for EUROPE, per . s.
Teutonic, from New York, via Queenstown.
Mail for GERMANY must be directed "Per a.
(c) At 11:03 p. m. for AZORES ISIAXDS,
per s. a. Peninsular, from New York.
WEDNESDAY-(b) At 7:15 p. m. for FRANCE,
SWITZERLAND. ITALY, SPAIN, GREECE.
PORTUGAL, TURKEY. EGilT. BRITISH
INDIA, and LORENZO MARQUEZ. per s. s.
La Oascogne, from New York, via Havre, Mail
for other parts of EUROPE must be directed
"Per 3. s. La Gascogne."
(b) At 7:13 p. m. for EUROPE, per s. a.
Kaiser Wm. tier Gro.se, from New York, via
Soutlumpton ami Bremen. Mail for FRANCE,
SWITZERLAND. ITALY. SPAIN, PORTUGAL,
TURKEY, TGYIT. GREECE, BRITISH IN
DIA, and LORENZO MAHQl'EZ. via Cher
liourg, must be directed "Per s. s. Kaiser Wm.
FRIDxY (b) At C-03 p. m. for EUROPE, per s.
8. Etruria, from New York, via Queenstown.
(e) At 11-03 p. in. for NETHERLANDS di
rect, ier s, a. Staatcndam, from New York.
Mail must be directed "Per s. a. Staaten
dam. (c) At 11:03 p. m. for ITALY, per s. s. F.
Bl?marck, from New York, via Naples. Mail
must be directed "Per a. s. F. Bismarck."
(c) At 11:03 p. m. for SCOTLAND direct
per s. s. Astoria, from New York. .Mail must
be directed "Per a. a. Astoria.
rillNTEIi MATTER, I7TO. Tills steamer takes
Printeil Matter, Commercial Papers, and Samples
for GERMANY only. The same class of mail
matter for other parts of EUROPE will not be
sent by this ship, unless s'lccially directed by
Mall for South ami Central Amer
ica, "Went IitilleN, Etc?.
SUNDAY-fh) At 11-03 p. m. for ST. KITiS and
BARBADOS, per s. s. Ulimer, from New York.
MONDAY (b) At :Oj n, m. for NORTHERN
nitAZIb, per s. s. Jatla, from New Ycrk.
TUKSDAY-Hk) At 12:0f ra. for JAMAICA, per s.
a. Admiral Sampson, from Boston.
(c) At 11:03 c m. forCKNTRU. AMERICA
(except Costa Rica) and SOUTH PACIFIC
PORTS, per . s. Allianca. from New York,
via Colon. Mail tor GUATEMALA must be
directed ''Per s. s, Allianca.
(c) At 11:05 p. m. for IXAGUA and HAITI,
per a.... Mt- ernon, from New York.
(c) At 11:03 p. m. for CAMPECHE, CHIA
PAS, TABASCO, and YUCATAN", per s. s.
Scguranca. from New York, via I'rogreso.
Mail for other parts of MEXICO must be di
rected "Per s. a. Seguranca."
WEDNESDAY (c) At 11:03 p. m. for JAM MCA
and the PROVINCE OF SANTIAGO, CUBA,
per steamer from Philadelphia.
(e) At 11:03 p. m. for HAITI, per s. s.
Prim. Wm. III. from XewYork. Mail for
CURACAO, TRINIDAD. VEXEZUEI.A. BRIT
ISH, and DUTCH GUIANA must lie diiected
"Per a. s. Prins. Win. III."
(c) At 11:05 p. in. for ARGENTINE REPUB
LIC, URUGUAY, and PARAGUAY, lr k. e.
Pliidias. from New Yolk.
FRIDAY-(0 At 10:30 a. m. for NASSAU. N. P.,
per steamer from Miami, Fla.
(c) At 11:05 p. m. for BERMUDA, per e.
s. Trinidad, from New York.
(c) At 11:03 p. m. for BRAZIL, per s. .
Buflon. from New York. Mail tor NORTHERX
BRAZIL, ARGEXTIXE REPUBLIC, URU
GUAY, and PARAGUAY must be directed
"Per s. s. Ruffon,"
(c) At 11-03 u. m. fpr PORTO RICO, per i.
s. San Juan, from New York, via Sau Juan.
(c) At 11:05 p. in. for ARGENTINE RE
PUBLIC, URUGUAY, and PARAGUAY, pr
a. d. Noruian Prince, from New York.
(c) At 11:H', p. m. for CURACAO and VEN
EZUELA, per s. s. llildur, from New York.
Mail for S.xVAMLLA ami CAItTIIARKNA
must be directed "Per a. . llildur."
(e) At 11:03 p. m. for FORTUNE 1SI.AND.
JAMAICA. SWANII.Ek. CARTIIAGENA. and
GRKiTOWN. per s. s, Alene. from New York.
Mail for Costa Rica must be directed "Per
s. s. Alene."
SUNDAY (i) At 10:30 a. ro. tor NASSAU, ". P.,
TH-r steamer from Miami. Fla.
Mails for NEWFOUXDI.xND. by rail to North
Svduev. aud thence via steamer, clo-e here daily.
except Siuiday. at 12:fX) in., and on Sundays only
at 11:30 a. in. oil n '
Mails for .M1QUEI.ON, by rail to Boston, and
thence via steamer, close nerc daily at 3:13 p.
Cl'II MAIlJ1 close here xla Port Tampa. Fla.,
Wednfsdajs, lYidais, and Mindajs at 2:20 p.
Mails for MEXICO oxerlnnd, unless specialty
addressed for despatch by sl'Jilier sailing from
New York, doso here daily at 10:30 a. in. and
10:09 p. m. (k)
Mails for BELIZE. PUERTO CORTEZ. and
GL'ATKM M-A, by rail to New Orleans, and thence
vUi steamer, dose here lail at 10:00 p. in., the
collecting closes for which being Momlays.
Slails for COTA RICA, by rail to New Orleans,
and thence vU eleaimr, close here daily at 10:00
i ni the connecting closes lor wlticli being
Mails for AUSTRALIA (except West Australia),
NEW ZEALAND. HAWAII, FIJI, and KAMOAN
ISLANDS, xia San lrancisc.o. clos here 'daily at
7:00 p. in., up t Dec-ember 29, iucludrc, for de
stiatrli ner a. s. Sonoma, (o)
Mails for CHINA,- JAPAN, anil. PHILIPPINE
ISLANDS," via Taeoina. dole here .daily at 7:00
p. m., up to December 31, inclusive, for despatch
per s. n. Glentiirret. (o)
Mails for PAl'EKI, xia San Francisco, close here
daily at 7:00 p. in., up to January l, ii,'iusivr,
for de&patcli per a. s. Australia, (o)
Mails fur CHINA. JAPAN, and I'iilLIW'INE
ISLANDS. via Seattle, close here dally at 7:n0
p. m., up to January 1. inclusive, per a. 8. Riojun
Maru.' Registered mail must le directed "Via
Malls for tlllXA. JxPAX", IUWAII, and PIIIL-
IPPIXE 1IXDS," via san Iranc-isco, close here
dailv at 7:l p. m., up to January 3, inclusive,
for ciestutcli ier e. ic I'rking. (o)
Malls for AUSTRALIA (eicent West Australia.
which goes via Europe, and New- Zealand, which
toes via San Francisco) and FIJI ISLANDS, via
Vancouver, close here daily at 7:00 p. ni.. up to
January 3. inclu-ne, for despatch iter s. s. ar'
Vails for CHINA." JAPAN. HAWAII, and PHIL-
IPI'IXE INLANDS," via San Francisco, chwe here
ilally at 7:00 p. ui., up to January II, inclusive,
foi despatch per 8. s. Gaelic, (o)
Mails for CHINA and JAPAN, xia Vancouver,
. ln.e lisre dailv at 7.-OT p. in.. UP to January 22.
inclusive, for dcsjiatcli icr s, s. Empress of Ja
pan, Registeveil mail must be directed "Via
Malls f.w tOt'HIN CHINA are forwarded f
New Yolk for connection with European steamers.
PIIILI1T1NE ISLANDS (Military Mail), de
nutilieil tu Sau Francisco at all closes for that
office to louiuct with (invriiime'it tirn.ix.rts, the
railings of wlilcH ire irrcg'l -.
(b) Registered mails ibisc at 1 . m. same
(c) Rcslstereil mail- do-c at S:) I', in. same
(d) Roj:itered mails close at S:0tl a. ni. same
(e) Registi-nsl mails dose at l:(sl p. m. pre
vious Salurcliy. .
(t) Registered mails do-e at 1:00 p. ill. pre.
(h) Regi-lereil luail iloe at 12:00 p. m. pre
(I) Itegislrrnl irai'-- clo-e at SM p. m. pre
x' ms dar
(1 !! i'-red nail ciic ot 0:1X1 p. ni. pre
t -s uarf,
JOHN A. MERRUT, Postmaster.
Mount Vernon Railway
"Trota Station, Pennsylvania Ave. ani 111-t St.
In effect November 1, 1500,
Tor Alexandria Week days, 0:30, 7:04, 7:30.
8:00. 8.35. 8:39, 9:25, 10:00, 11:00. 11:30 a. a..
X12.-05, 12-20, 12:15, xl:05. 1:25, 3:00, 1:30. xi:5,
3:30, 3:59, xl-.lS, 4:35, 4:50, 5:10. x3:24, 5:40,
0:04. 8:30, 7:06, 7:30, 8:00, 8:45. 9:30. 10:U,
11:20, and 11:59 p. m. Sundays, 7:43, 9:00, 9:45.
10:30, 11:00, 11:30 a. m., 12:00 noon. 12:30, 1-00.
1:30, 2:00. 2:30. 35. 3:30, 4 -00. 4:30. 5:09, S-.S0.
CM). :30, 7:00. 7:30. 8:00. 8:45, 9)30, 10:13,
11:20. and 11:50 ?'. m.
For Mount Vernon Week dare, 6:30, B-OO, 10:00,
11-00 a. m., 112:05, xl:., 2:00. x2:59, 3:59, xt:15.
x5:24, 7:0(1, and 9:30 p. m. Sondays, 9:00 a. m.,
1M noon, 2:00, 4:00. 7:00, and 9:39 p. m.
For Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge Week
Uys, :30, 7l, 7:30. 8:00, S:35. 8:5?, 9:25. 10:00.
and 11:00 a. m.. 12K3. ItSO. 12:45. 1-05, 1:25.
2:00. 2:S0. 1:59, 3:30, 3:59, 4:S3, 4:50, 5:24.
S:04, 8:30, 7:00, and 8:00 p. n. Sundajs, 7:45.
0:09. 9:45, 'IO:. 11K. and "11:30 a. m., 12:00
noon, "12:30. 1:00, 1:30, 2:00, 2J0, 3:00, 3:30.
4.-00. U-JO, 3:00, 5:S0, K, S:, 7:09, 7-30,
scd 8:00 p. m.
Parcela carried. Baggage cheeked.
xExpreas. To Arlington only.
O. E. ABBOT, President.
J. C0LVIN, Superintendent,
Cor. 1 2th
Treats with skill
Born of Experience
All diseases of the Nose,
Throat, and Lungs, Heart,
Nerves, Brain, Blood,
Skin, Stomach. Kidneys.
and Bladder. Night Loss
es. Sexual Weakness, and
all Special Diseases ot
either sex. stricture.
Varicocele, and lfvdro-
"ccle cured without cut
ting or operation. No
pain. No loss of time. A
prompt and permanent
cure guaranteed. S-philli
lany stage) cured for life
without mercury or pot
ash. No exposure.
Daily Office Hours 10 to 1 and 3 to 6. Sunday
10 to 12.
EXPERT SPECIALIST In the core of. all private
diseases, Hydrocele, Varicocele. Stricture. Iu
cotency, and Syphiliila Disaues positively cured.
Advice and consultation free: Both sexes. Daily.
9 to 12, 2 to 5. also on Tuesday, Thursdsr, and
Saturday evenings. 7 to i
002 F Street Northwest.
(Closed Sunday.) mh30-tf
I Iiavc a positive cure for enlarged prostate,
stricture, or difficult urination from any cause.
No cutting, no mercury, no pain.
Dr. Reed's "Hlpocket Tonic" makes old men
young, and young men frisky never fails.
Dr. Reed's "Over Night Cure" for gonorrhoea
cures while you sieep get it today.
Office hours. 10 U 1. 3 to 6. Sunday. 10 to 12.
The 3 Days" Cure
(fcr meo) Idj -t!l remedies la this city; t
prompt and pcrminent cure or no charse. Cot
luIUtlon free. DB. UcKEEIIAX, BIS 12th it. nw.
Office hours, D to 12 . m., 8 to 8 p. tn. San
days. 2 to p. m. de7lrao
317 6thSt. Nw.
Oldest German Specialist.
XQ -iFor Examination., Diitg.
"KSyCnosIa and Treatment la
IIUJUskn and Biood Dlseaies.
Cancer, Itheuraatism. Piles, Stricture, etc
Private Diseases and" Vitality of Loth sexes in
eld and so-called incurable cases cured. Static.
Faradie, Calvanie Electricity, and Cautery in
use. Urine examined. Daily, from 10 to G; Tues
days and Saturdays till 8 p. m.
His Readings to
Ladies, !3c - Cents, 50c.
Oldest established Clairvoyant, tells your susineu.
love affaire, family troubles, about lawsuits, di
vorces, or anytidag you wish to know; brings
separated together: causes speedy marriages; re
trieves family troubler. bad luck spells, or mf
terious feelings, 10 to la daily.' 48V if at. tsr.
DR. EVANS, Specialist
In nose, throat, blood, skin, stomach, intestinal,
snd genito-ulinary (private) diseases. 10 a. ro.,
1 p. m., 4 to 7 p. n. 1250 N. J. ave. nw.
LADIES NEEDING ADVICE AND TREATMENT
MRS. M. RENNER.
PRIVATE SANITATJUM to treat woman's ills,
complaints, and irregularities. Home comforti
for cases before and during cenTinement. Trained
nurse and expert "physician In attendance. OfSee
hours from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. 621 Pennsylvania
Avenue northwest. Washington, D. a c9-tf
rr H. K. FULTON'S
W Loan Offlco,
314 Ninth Street N. W.
Hooey Loaned on Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry.
OLD COLD AND SILVER BOUGHT.
Business strictly confidential. No connect!)
srith any other Lois Office ia the city.
Medium nd Card Header. Wuh.nston's jnott '--nou3
Clairroyant and Palmbt. C-onstUt her on
lmiln3, love, and familjr affairs; reunites the
leparated; remote spells; eauae epeedj- nur
riages and gUca luck. Open Uailj", German
ipoVeiu 2Jc. and 0c. WJ? H st. nw.
ECLECTIC (Painless) TREATMENT.
Chief specialist to the Eclectic II. II. Co., guar
antees a cure in all private diseases undertaken.
Enlarged prostate, difficult Urination, stricture,
all discharges, etc., without operation, mercury,
pain, or caustic. Hours 0 to 3 week days; 7 to S
evenings. 62S 13th St. nw. deO lro.em
ATTRACTIVE. rerlnsd lady. independently
xvealthy. sieet disposition, fonii -cf licrrne. will
devote life to kind lituliaiuL MXCKRK. 771 North
Park ave.. Chicago. III. lt
WILL children of William B. Lorcnzen please ad-
" dress BOX 3t. this oitice. ?ir!it
IxDV of means desires to correiiond with gentle
man: view matrimony: give correct name
and address. P. t. BOX llrt. Washington, 1. C.
GENTLEMAN of wealth desires to marry as soon
"as issihle; ladies please write. BOX 434.
station tl. Washington. I. -. lt
1 IIAVB FOCND a positive cure for itrunkenness;
can be given secretly; will gladly tell jou
what It is; don't rend money. .MKS. MAY HAW
KINS. Lock Box. J. 11., 1SI Crand Iiaplds. Jllch.
RE-VDIXIIS, 20e and 23c: palmistry is true; call
and prove it; l' a. in. to 0:SO p. m. .M1IK.
JONES. Palmist and Card Reader, CIO l st. nw.
Massage sapor Uxtia aud magnetic treatment. 824
12th i-t. nw. Ck.sc 9 p. m. de27-7t.em
THIS l CHKL-iTMAS WEEK. BOVS: you have
our best wishes. If jou have a little "mon"
come up and get a fine warm overcoat or suit
of clothes (used tome) of good stuff to ui work
ing people. The Maine JCSTH'S OLD STAND.
819 1 st. d''a-'t
LADIES Vour bust enlarged 6 inches; failure
imnowible: harmless; rlOJ cadi guarantee;
proof free. LEONARD MEDICINE CO., Kansas
City. Kan. lt
U0RP11INE cnlum, lnudanui?;, cocaine habit;
rnvself cured; will lafonn you of harmless.
perlSnent home cure. UHS. BALDWIN. Ro.
1S12. Cfcaeo- oe.-tt
nniDs. n gs. nTtr.
yoUNtl PARROTS, singing canaries, mocklns
blrile. dogs, cats, rabbits, gold fish, etc:
catalogue free. bCIWID'S BIRD STORK. 712 12th
it. nw. au!2-tt
i-'tnt s.vLi: dicv('i.s:s.
roil SALE :ent" bicycle. 0; ladies bicycle.
$7 50; both fine condition, t!t3 Cth st nw
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STsk
7:45 A. M. WEEK DAYS, PITTSBURO EX-PRESS-Parlor
and Dining Cart HarrUbutT t
10:M A. M. PENN3TLVANIA LIMITED Pull
man .tlcrping. Dining, Smoking, and Observa
tion Cars Ilarriiburg to Chicago, Cincinnati.
IrdianapolU. St. Loull. Oevcland, and Toledo.
Buffet Parlor Car to Harrtsburg.
'0:SO A. It. PAST LINE Pullman BnSet Parlor
Car to Ifarrlaburg. Buffet Parlor Car" Harris
burg to Pittsburg.
"SO P.M. CHIOACO AND ST. L0C1S EXPRESS
Sleeplng Car Washington to St. Louis, and
Washington to Toledo, and .Sleeping and Din
Ing Cars Hsrrisburg to Indianapolis. St. Ivuia,
Nashville (via Cincinnati snd Louisville), .and
7:4J P. L WESTERN EXPRESS Pullman Sleep
irg Car to Pittsburg and Chicago. Dining Car
:43 P. M. CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI EX
PRESS. Pull.nsn Sleeping Cars Washington U
Pittsburg, and Harrlsburs; to Cleveland and
Cincinnati. !! Car.
10:40 P. M. PACIFIC E.YFRESS-Pull-nan Sleep
ing Car to PPtaburg.
7:4S A. SL Eor Kane, Canandalgna, Rochester.
ard Niagara Falls, dally, except Sutdsy.
10:50 A M. For Elmlra and Renoro daily, except
Sunday. Fcr Willlamsporr. dally, S: P. U.
7:45 P. SL Daily tor Wllllamspsrt and Bulla!.
(via Emporium Junction), with throurh Buffet
Sleeping Car; for Rochester. Erie. Buffalo, and
Niagara Fall daily, except Saturday, with
Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester,
t0:40 P. M.-For Erie. Canaadalaua. Rochester.
Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily. FiiUria.
Slseping Car Washington to Rochester Satur
4:00 P. Jf. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED," dally
for New York, all Parlor Cars, with Dinlrsf
Car from Baltimore.
For rhllndelpliln. New "fork, and ths
Express. 1:00 (Dining Car), Tt37. 3:15. 0:00.
8:00 (Dininc Car). 10:O-(Dining Cir). and
11:00 (Dining Car from Wilmington) A. L,
12:45. 3:15. 4t" (Dining Car from Baltimore),
0:50, 10:00. and 11:50 P. M- On Sundays, 7-W
(Dining Car). 7:37, 8:15. 0:C0. 9:0 (Uinmg
Cat). 11:00 (Dining Car from Wilmington) A.
i!., 12:15. 3:13, ':S (Dining Car from Balti
more). 00. 10:00, and 11:50 P. M. For Pfilla
delphia onlv. lirt.ress, 7:4J A. 1L, 12:15 P.
JL week diss. 2:01, 4:10 (Dining Car), and
6:40 P. V. daily. ,
For Boston without changr. 7:13 A. M. week-
davs and 4:30 P. II. dally.
For Baltimore, 6:20. 7:00. 7:43. 7-37, 3:15, 9-00,
10:t, 10:30. 11:09 A. M.. 12:15. 12:43. Ir20.
2rf(l 3:15, 3:20 (4) Limited), 4:10. -4:20.
4:JI. 4:50. 5:40, 0:15. 6:). 7:43, J0:0O. 10:40,
11-K, and HwO P. M. On Sundiya, 7:00, 7:57,
8:13. 9:00. 9:05. 100. 11:09 A. M.. 12:U.
1:15, iAl. 3:13, 3:30 (4-00 Limited), 4:10.
4:20 4:30 3:10. 0:13, 6:50, 7:43, .10-00, 10:40.
and'll:30 P. M. .,..,,
For Pope's Creek Line. 7.4J A. M. and 4.31 P. W.
FoT'Annaptls, 7.-00, 9:00 A. M.. 12:13 and 3:4"
P. JL week-days. Sundays, 0:00 A. M. and
540 P M.
Expres. for Flcrida and point on Atlantic Coast
Une. 4.S0 A. JL, S.12 P- M. daily: lUchrooad
cnly, 11.11 A. M.. week-day. 3.00 P. M. dally
Expreas for Utrrida and pointa on Seaboard Air
Line. 10:33 A. JL and 6:53 P. JL dai'r-
cemmodatis-: fcrQuantico, 7.16 A. M. daily and
425 P. M. week-da a.
For Atlantic City (via Delaware River Bridge, all
rail route). 3:15 (4-00 "Congteaional Lim
ited"), and U:30 P. JL daily. Via Market
Street wharf, 10r00 and 11-00 A. JL, li:
P. M. week days. U: P. M. daily.
For Cape Jlay, 11:00 A. JI- vreek days. ll-S
P 1L dailv
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and O Street.,
and at the station. Sixth and B Street.
orders can be left for the checking- of bsggag.
to destination from hotels" and residences.
Telephone call "14U" lor Pennsylvania. Rail
road Cab Service. xrnvn
J. It. HUTCHINSON. J-.11- WOODV
Central Manager. Ceneral Pasaergtr Agent.
Schedule in effect November 25, 1100.
Trains leave from Penna. Station.
8:01 a. m. Daily. Local for Harrisonburg an.
for Charlotte and way stations.
11:13 a. in. Daily. U. S. Fast Main Sleeping
cars to New Orleanj, Columbia, Savannah, and
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with sleeper foe
Ashexille. Chattanooga, and Memphis, and at
Danville with sleeper for Birmingham and at
Charlotte, with sleeper for Arcusta. - Solid train
Wisldngtoa to New Orleans. Dlnic-J ear service.
11:37 a. m. Daily. Local Icr CtiartottesvlUc
4:0t p. in. Week Daya. Local for Front noyal,
Stusburg, acd Harrisonburg.
4:30 p. ni. Daily. Local for Charlottesville.
9.55 p. m. Daily. N. V. & Fla. Express. Sleep
ing cars to Augusta with connections for Aikea"
and Charleston, and to Savannah. Jacksonville.
and Port Tampa. Through coach to Jacksonville.
Dining car service.
8:53 p. m. Daily. Washington and Chattanooga
Limited (Via Lynchburg). Sleeping cars to Roan
oke, Knoxville, Chattanooga, Jteraphia, and New
Orleans. Through coach to Memphis. Dining car
10:45 p. an. Daily. Washington and Southwest
ern Limited, Sleeping cars to Ashevilie, Kao
vle, Chattanooga, acd Nashville, and to Atlanta,
Macon. Birminaha-rj, Memphis, Montgomery, Mo
bile, and New Orleans; connects at New Orleans
with Sunset Limited for California. Dining car
Service. Touri-t sleeper Washington to San-Fra-r-cL-co
Mondays, Wedn. daysK and Fridays-
TRAINS ON BLL'ENONT BRANCH.
Leave Washington 0:01 a. nu daily, 4:43 p. m
week days and 0:23 p. m. Sundays for Bine
mor.t. 6:23 p. m. Saturdays and 435 p. m. week
c!a)3 a&d 11-20 p. m. Wednesdays and Satur
days only for Leeburg. 0:23 p. m. week days t.
Through trains from the South arrive Washing
ton G:t2 a. m., 7:35 a. m., 2:15 p. m., and 350
p. n. daily. Froni Ilarrisonburg 11:37 a. m. week
dara and 0:10 p. m. daily. From CtJirlottcsvlIle
S2j a. a. and 9:40 p. m. daily.
Tickets, sleeping car reservations, and other In
formation furnished and baggage called for and
checked from ietrij and residences by Union
Transfer Co.. on orders left at Ticket Office, 70S
13th St. N.W.; 511 Penna. Ave. N.W., and at
Plione 1441 for P. IL R. Cab Service.
FRANK S. OANSON.
3d V. P. and den. Mgr.
J. JI. CULP. Traffic Manager.
W. A. TURK. General Pass'r Agent.
L. S. BROWN. General Agent.
Thro null the; Grandest Scenery In
America. All Train. Ve.tlbnleil,
lilectrte Ll-jhted, Steam UeateL
DlnlnK Car. on Throigh Train..
Station Sixth and B Street-.
Schedule In effect December 3, 1900.
S:00 P. M. DAILY Cincinnati and St. Louia
Special Solid train for ClncinnatL Pullman
Sleepers to ClncinxaU. Lexington, Louisville, In
dianapolis, and St. Louis, without change. Par
lor Car Covington, Va., to Virginia Hot Spring.
Parlor Care Cincinnati to Chicago.
11:10 P. M. DAILY F. F. V. limited Solid
train for Cincinnati. PuUman Sleepers to Cincin
nati -Lexington, and Louisville, without change;
Connection t r Viiginia Hot Springs dally. Pull
man compartment car to Virginia Hot Springs,
without change, Tuesdays. Thursdays, and Satur
days. Sleepers Cincinnati to Chicago and St.
1111 M. DAILY EXCEPT dusuaT-For
Newport News, Ncrfolk. and Old Point Comfort
(via Prnn. R. R-. R- F. 4: P., and Richmond).
3-00 P. JL DAILY For Gordonaville, Char
lottesville, Slauntcn. Zally, and for Richmond,
dally, except Sunday.
Reservation and tickets at Chesapeake and Ohla
offices. 513 Pennsylvania Avenue; 000 Itth Street,
near V. and at' the Station. Telephone call, 1111.
tor Pennsylvania Railroad Cab i'vlce.
II. W. rULXt.lt.
Teleohone 1CC3. Ceneral Paasenzer AffenU
Seaboard Air Line Railway
"PLOniDA AND AVEST INDIA SHOUT
LEAVE WASHINGTON. PENNA. R. Jt. STATIOS.
10:53 A. JL daily. Florida Express for Peters
burg, Raleigh. Sonttrern Pines. Pinehurst. Cam
den, Columbia. Savannah. Ja:ksonvlll, Talla
hassee aud Tampa. Through sleeping cars to
C:S3 P. JI. dally. Florida Limited for Camden.
Columbia. Savannah. Jacksonville, and Tstupa.
Through sleeping cara to Jkaonvlll aid
Tampa. Dining Car-Service.
0:33 P. M. dall,. Atlanta Special for Ralels,
Southern -Pines, Pinehurst. Charlotte, Athtna.
Atlanta, New Orleans, and all palnU in tn.
Southwest. Through sleeping cats to Atlanta.
For faitker iniormatlon apply to W. M. McCOX
NELL. Ceneral Agent, 1434 New York .
P1CFORM CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CUCRCH-Scrr.
Ices at 3;- o'clock Sundav afternoon and 7:30
o'clock Wednesday, evenings, in Confederate Vet.
erans' Hall. 431 lltli st. nw. At the Sunday serv
ice. December SO. 1900, COL. OLIVER C. B1N
wilt deliver the thirteenth of a series of licture-l
cu Christian Science and how 'o heal ths sixk.
The hall is large and comfortably seated with
rhairs. Jtusic by .Mr. Horatio Perch. Prof. Arthur
K. Yumlt; pianist. Prof. Leo Wheat. All ar.
cordially invited. lt.em
KDCC'.TIONAL AND RELIGIOUS SOCIETY O?
SPIRITI AI.1STS- Every Sunday at 7:il p. m.,
3t51tt?thst. la-cture by Jirs.-A. M. Jaqnts. Test
by Mrs. Warnckc. Scats free. Good music H,en