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ffijS EViBNIBG TIMES, THtfBSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1S97.
TKn- -ond canvasser, "with a
wagon, to handle 6plendld article.
NOT1CE-S100 reward for the arrest and
conviction or any second-hand dealer who
Fells M'cond-hand furniture cheaper than
II. SAYMAN, 1721 Pa. ave. mr. Furni
ture iiought, soiu. exciiaiigi"i."vii .
upholstered. Visitors welcome. aul2-3t.em
. .-fk riwwi mnti irk tnnkn llltlCtl
iu bur aud Tor general utility. "i"1 be
good soup cook, wages, 3 i er veck. 94
La. ave. aw.
"WANTED -Young men to learn "arber
trade; oulv eignt "Weeks required, new
eystom; Indorsed by lending barbers,
cuarantoed capable ot working auywlirre
jobh furnished when through; tools donated
uihiii entering; write for free catalogue.
MOLER'S BARBER SCHOOL. S3 lkiw-
ery. New York city. aul 2-4
WANTED 6 lirst-class papcrhangers. Ap-
ply at 1115 O. 1L-
VtAisT.D-&alesinau to bell cigars, to
bacco, etc.. one who has had experience
pioierred. Address CIGARS, this, office.
AVANTED-Errand boys; must have bicy
cles; wages $2.50 per week. C"ROT
BROS., 113 4 1-2 bt. uw. aul3t
WANTED By an ex-union soldier a posi
tion as overseer on a market rarm;in
the United faiates or Canada; or -work
lu a lloral greenhoube. Address OLD
bOLDlEE. 423 Mass. ave.nw nu!0-3t
AVANTED-Fanner with family to work
farm In Virginia on shares. Address
RHP'i'KMilElt. this office. aul0-3t
WANTED-100 men at the Colonial Beach
Hotel; boarding $o per week, wlu.'
ial. BEACH. A a. auS-bt
"WANTED -An experieuced caterer, with
lurutture, to run a nice dming-room;
centrally located; favorable terms are
offered. Address OWNER, this Otltcei
WANTEDTwo experienced shoemakers,
call at once. 1-3 Pa. ave. uw.
UF.LF AVANTED -FEMALE.
AVANTED -Girl, Tor light housework; small
lumily; single; stay nights; prefer bright
lor. Address l-,KA.M "OWE, lids
AVANTED-A good cook; no washing or
ironing Mr. LAMB, Brooklaud, D. C
AVANTED-A pood colored girl for general
housework. Apply at 44.: 11 bt. uw. it
BUS CHANCES .
AMliD-Girl or young woiiuin to as
hiht with children una houeo.voi. no
washing. 014 13th nw. it
AVANTED Ten countiy pills for chamber
maids, general house workers, cooks and
nurses, good wages and homes. 441 G
WANTED A good, competent cook; refer
once reenrireu. Call aner 0.30 p. in, to
ri ...w v.. i -r. i:t ii ht . nw. it
AV,AThD- Faunrul. competent woman Tor
cttuorai housework, small family; on the
outskirts of the city Call 132S Corcoran bt.
rrom 1 to 4 o'clock, l iiurtday auu Friday
AVANTED-A young girl to take inrcol
children. Apply 2011-2 13th st. sw.
AVANTED -An accurate lady stenographer
and rapid Remington typewriter. Mate
rut of speed in each; general education,
jtw wages required. Address M1LO, 'his
w.aJs'1 F.D AVoman to do gcneial house-
woik. Call at once, 1131 2tth st. nw.
II1SLV- AAV.VTED- MALE AND
F EM A LIS.
"vGTKlTAt" City Intelligence OHice,
vuoktN, waiters, general houseworker,
nortuis, driwrs, nurses, Inundrejs-s, c-liam
Herman's, cleaners, loys, laborers, dish
wastacis; quickest place to d,tfwor,tf.
bUACKLlORD S.4J7 lUhsl nw. It
AVANTED - Canvasser to sell the best sell
ing household specialty ever offered in
the city. 445 G st. nw. aul2-3t
WANIED-Hlgh soprano and alto to"
mudyatbauiuU!, terms cash. iAMOU
PltOr f.SSOK, this- office aul"
1IRS. MOORE, the Southern Select Agency,
rsrnishes all help lit-e of cliarp. i6 i
feU nw. aulO-.t
SITFATICNS- WANTKDj- i -l-,!
WANTED Employment at moderate Kil-
nrv by a young man of pond habits, Wan
eximrieuced meat cutter and general
grocery clerk; lias been in ; the business
btK)ut a J ears. Address SALARY , this
WAN1ED-Avoung man would like to
have iMjsliion in Lakery wall vi" to
learning the busineas tlwrouglily. has sight
KuifWleuctf or ttie bunesb. Aadress UAk
litti, this office It
AVANTLD Firct-clnss cigariiiakcr wants
iwsillon. willing to attend store. Aadrcv.
U. . this office. au!2-3t
WANTED-AVlll give $5 for employment as
lireniHii, drnei, work in gnoer Mure:
giHid refereuce- Address J. AA. fc., 1G30
UUi st. nw. aul2-3t
WANTED Place to drive milk wagon;
liiplieet rgfh. F. SICKLES, No. 140 N.
1 . nve.
WANTED Plaoe by a young colored man
to learn cooking. Call 2214 SHU st. UW.
AVILL gvo one veek'j, salary for em-
(ilftviucni as waicunmn oi urnui- .iu
ew'or call. 7' -2il st. nw. ulO-3Uem
AvANT'BD By a voung colored n an. place
m poller or uaitc-r. Address B.. this
AVANTED Bv a younp colored woman or
iepeotttlile family, place to clean: dust
in store, office, or any kind of estabtf-h-ntHiit;
willing. MAY BARNES, 1411 L st.
AViVNTED By a young man of good ad
dress, a iH)sltlou of sroe kiwi, salary
no object. Address L. A. AV., tins orriee.
AVANl'KD-Bv a nice colored girl, a place
m etiok and do general housework in
wnall family. 1613 10th st. nw. It-em
AVANTED Situation In homekeeper's,
lituiidry. or hotel linen room, by young
wMvr of experience. Call Box 245, this
WANTED By colored woman, jitace to
Cwok or iron; or jilaco to clean by the
vkek; good refs. 110 27tli st. nw.
WANTED A neat -whitcglrldeslies place
In private lamilj, waitress, nurse,
fha-tttbermaid. naudr witli needle. Call
r iirtdre1 J. L. S ., feCO R . I. ave. n w. It
FOR RENT-1102 N. X. ave large, cool
iToom; light housekeeping; $12. au!2-3t
AVANTED By a woman, a place as nurse
or houscworkcr. Apply b04 E bt. sw.
AVANTLD Ladles to canvass a novel busi
ness scheme; nothing to bell. Addiess
QUICK, this office. au!2-3t
WANTED By colored girl, situation to do
general housework: relcrcnces given. Call
at 1000 ICth bt. nw. It
WANTED By" German girl, situation as
chambermaid, will sew. Address II. 1.,
this office. aull-3t
WANTED By respectable Woman, general
housework; not af laid to work; c-iryrcf.
1131 20th st. uw. aul0-3t
IVANTED A situatiou as plain cook or
nurse, references. Call 2512 Cth st.nw.
WANTED -By lady giaduate.anj iH.Mtlon
ot tiust; understands liousekeepiiu.tea-h-tng,
orriee woi k, and has sotnc knowledge
tr caring Tor sick; kind home main object:
refs. Address OFFICE A 0UK, this of
WANTED Bv experienced dressmaker,
ork at home or bv the day. Address
DUESSMAKER, this office. aul0-3t
WANTED- By colored girl, situation to
ilo general houaaworl:; refs. given. 2504
15th bt. aul0-3t
WANTED -By settled woman and young
gill; will work for bmall wages: city
refs. 1702 1-2 10th st. nw. aul0-3t
LOTh AST) FARMS.
FUR SALE-Lots -and villa site in the
town ot Ballstou, between AVashlugton
and Falls Church, on the AVashiugtcn and
Falls Church Electric Railroad, within a
minutes' ride of the city on a 5-cent fare;
only $100 per lot, terms, $5 down, rwil-HiK-e
$1 per Week, or ?00 cash; call quickly
and get a choice lot; over 20 lots were sold
lat week; now Isthc Umelo get a nk-ehoine
In the nearest suburlw to AVasliiugton.
Also small and large farms, around the
city and on the Potomac River, for sale
cheap; also 47 acres adjoining Falls
Church, for $25 per acre; terms, 2u0 cash,
U-Uance ?200 per year until paid; also 20
.ic res ndjoiruBg Arlington, in full view of
tws city, cheap; a map showing roads for
25 miles around city given away: send
tump or call for one. JAMES E. CLEM
FOR RENT- ROOM8.
FOR RENT Desirable rooms at Fairfield,
on Chew Chanc road: highest and most
desirable location In District: terms rea
sonable; on premises. AV. AV. WARFIELD.
FOR RENT Nice front room, with closet;
on car line; $5 per month. 221 D st.
AVANTED -By small family. 2 or 3 fur.
rooms for light housekeeping: must be
reasonable. Address A. K., this ofriee,
Mating terms and location. It.em
LIGHT ilOUSEKEEl'lNG-SllllO i two
lovely furnished rooms; entire floor; re-
rngemtor anil wator on same floor; terms,
reasonable. 415 l st. nw. aul2-3.-ciii
FOR RENT Furnished, 2 front rooms:
suitable for light housekeeping. 1225
L st.nw. ault.2t
iOK It LNT -Parlor floor. Tor doctor or
dentist. In good locatlou, at moderate
rates; also 3a story back room. G1C II
st. nw. It
FOR RENT En tire 2d floor furnished
complete: ..light housekeeping: .gniet
people, j.033 U st. nw. ?
FOli ItENT Nicely furnished room, 2d
floor; mod. imp.; private family: suit
able for gentleman, price $G per month.
217 H st. nw. aul 2-3t
FOR RENT Two large, bright rooms;
good house, second floor; housekeeping;
itol st. It
FOR RENT 1 large front rm., on 1st floor;
will rent cheap. No. 3 K st. ne.
FOR RENT 3 rooms fur Tor housekeep
ing: panto, closets, yard and shed: J--1U.
717 1st bt. uw. aull-3t-em
WAA TED Party without btnall children
to take rur. house in ne.; owners will
Donrd id house and jiy dlffcience. Ad-
diess A. t. L.. this ofllce. nulo-3t-ein
PUR KLNT Handsomely ,ur. rooms for
ligiit housekeeping; a. iu.i.; 120 Cst.nw.
run KhNT-South front, fur. rooms; f5
and ;. 813 1 st. nw. aull-lt
FOR RENT Two rooms, 1st floor: 2 on
-'d floor; lurnisiied or uururuisheu; cool.
717 II 6L uw.
PLLASANT rooms, first-class board, $10
to $20 per mouth. 1G 4tU st. ne.
FOR RENT -Fur. or unfur. rooms, com
municating: suitable for light housekeep
ing; rent reasonable. U23 18th st. nw.
TOR JlENT To gentlemen, rooms. $8 and
ts5. 1003 O st. nw. aul0-3t,em
FOR RENT Three nicely fura, mis. on
2d rioor, with bath aud gas. 223 1st
sU nw. aul0-3t,cm
toll RENT-Pleasant looms; slugle or en
suite or tor light housekeeping. 020 A
st. ne.; southern exitosuic. aul0-3t
IOK RENT 2 uicc comi.iunicatiug tuoiu-i.
suitable for light Lousekeep.cig", a. m. i.
Ho K. st.nw. au!0-3t
FOR RENT-1131 11th st. nw., pleasant,
convenient location. 2 nice I ms.,1 ur.. light
housekeeping, $14; also large upper par
Ito, with balcony, SI 1; no children. Indiana
FOR RENT 814 3d st. nw.; two adjoin
ing front roomb on 2d floor; nicely fur
nished; all conveniences on same floor;
light housekeeping if desired; near cars
aud dents- south and east exposure,
roil RENT -Comfortable, fur. room, 2d
lluor; alx parlors for professirmal ue;
traiiMients accommodated. 918 N. Y.
ave. nw. au'-6t-em
FOR RENT-U25 U st nw., nicely fur
nuiied rront room, with lay window, on
second floor, also two good-sized hall
rooms; bach on same floor; bummer rates.
FO RItEN T Nicely rut. room, 2"dH iloorT
pens on a tcanda, I.50a Meek, tio.ird
if nesired. 12 6th st. uc., near E. Cap.
st.. cars- and Capitol. aut-7t
rim JtLi-L.argc iront and back bed
room. i-'l Moor; also one on 1st floor;
nicely lur.; privileges of bath; one square
ol i uy Mall. 223 D st. nw. au7-Ut
FOH HS'-Vr- INK17KN1SHED HOO.Si.S
AVANTED -2 unfur. rooms; SI). Address
CENTRAL, this office. It-cm
FOU RENT-637 Md are.ne., 2 or 3 mf ur.
nms, 2d or 2d floor;rcasouab!e.
FOR RENT 3 or 4 uulor. room. 2d lioor;
light housekeeping. $20 and S25; In
cluding heat, desirable. Ulfe O st. u w.
FOR RENT Three unfur. rooms, on 2d
floor, for light Housekeeping. 230
2d st. ne. aui:-3t,em
rou rent Lnrur.,2 very desirable rooms
on the 2d floor; every convenience. 1402
lh st. nw. aul2-2t
FlR RENT Two fine rooms, uniuruihcd,
2tl floor, for light housekeeping. 1731
Sth st. nw. au!2-3t
ir 'JK lll"NT-3 unlur. roomsfor lighthouse
keepaig; S15 per month. 111 I lth st.
FOR RENT 2 immense rooms; new house:
near G. P.O.; housekeeping, conveniences;
reasonable. 1104 North Cap. bt.
1 OR RKrT 3 unfurn. rms., suitable for
light Housekeeping, newly painted and
paiM-rcHl. flue location. 941 M st. nw.
1'ull RENT 700 13lh st. nw.: laige and
mi. all unfurn. rms . location dci:ahle and
central, summer prices. aul0-3t,em
FOIt RENT Unfurnished; two large, well
lighted parlors and small room adjoining;
physician, dentist, dressmaker, etc.; bath
on same floor; near Palais Royal. 723
11th st. ii w. au!0-3t
FOR RENT Two elegant unfurnished
rooms: 2d floor; light Housekeeping; 12.
430 1-2 II st. nw. aulO-ot
FOR RENT 4 unfur. rooms on 1st floor;
or 2 on 2d floor; cars convenient to all
parts of city and Capitol grounds. 138
East Capitol st. aul0-3t
VVANTED Neat, colored woman to oc
cup. large light room, water accommoda
tions; yard; and pay rent in work for
lady; AAORKZ., this ofriee lt.em
AVANTED Bicycle repairer, thoroughly -in-derstands
repairing:long hours, small pay;
refs. required. Address b. S. J., this clfice.
AVANTED Experienced teacher will give
lessons In exchange either on the guitar,
banjo, mandolin or piano, for a set or bed
riiont furuiture. Address TEACHER, this
AVANTED A man with 2C0 to purchase
an Interest in a bar: legitimate busi
ness: full Information given. Address
BOX 3. tills office. au!2-3t
AVANTED -1 pair of nice bay hcrtcs, har-
iictu iiuu ciiniuKe; ma iraue jih "i
lnmmbeml lioui-e or bricks for same- Ad
drcss C. C- this ofriee. aul2-3t
AVANTED -To buy a good bccond-hand
upright piano; will pay cash. Address
Box 84. Lincoln. Va. aull-4t-em
"AVANTED Horses to graze on "Auburn"
farm; 1,500 acres; 30 miles rrom AVash
lugton; S2 per mouth; greatest care taken
or horses; not responsible for accidents;
called for and delivered; best rers. S. A.
BUCKNER, Lunette P. O., Loudoun county,
AA'ANTED AVould like some typewriiing to
do at leisure time; good ref.; Remington
machine. ACCURATE, this orfice.
aul 3 1
WANTED 15 gallons gtjad milk daily.
Addr.-ss DAIRY, this ot lice. aul0-3t,cm
AA'ANTED -AVould buy a good rcond-hand
wheel, If a bargain. Address G. H. M.,
this office. auI0-3t
AVANTED -A parrot; must be cheap. Ad
dress, slating price, W. F. C, this office.
AVANTED To exchange a nlcegold watch,
good timekeeper, for either a neat large
oak hatrackor a good large-sized parlor rug.
Address PARTICULAR, this office.
A PROFESSOR of dermatology will re
move superfluous growths of hair pain
lessly and permanently in 30 minutes' treat
ment at the homes of patients. Address,
naming hour ror treatment; immediate attention-
unquestioned rer.; moderate charge:
P RO PESSOR. this ofriee. auS-'.t
ETH ElTjIILITART ACADEMr, VIB-G1NIA-
Value, S100.000; locates 58
miles from AVashlngton in Northern Vir
ginia: prepares for advanced btudy aud
fur business: charges extremely low;
Satrouagc from 22 States- Address for
iustrated catalogue, R. A. MclNTYRE,
near AVarrenton, Va. Je2E-26t-eod
iT. 'iAIU'S AUAUJSM.,
Hoarding and day school for young ladles
and children, will reopen Monday. Sept
0. For particulars acldress SISTER SU
FOR RENT Oit LEASE.
FOR RENT OR LEASE In Laurel, Md.,
cor. store; 16x48; good shelving end
counters: large cellar and electric lightft.
Address C. W. BON D.Laurel, Md.
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN.
LOANS from S5 to $50 to reliable parties,
also money advanced on bicycles. Room
a, cit,- ludg.,cor. 9tu aud Pa. ave. nw.
AVANTED-To borrow 65 for 60 days; will
su. mo tue sauu by chute -i inorii,a,e; will
pay well for the accomiiiadaUou. Acldress
PROMPT, this office. au!2-3t
-A "NEW PLAN.
510 TO SI ,000 TO LOAN
ON IIOUSEnOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS,
HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC., .
AVittaout removal from possession of owner.
Yoli can have the money the day you
apply for it. Payments on the principal,
or any amount, will be received at any time,
which will lessen cost ot loan.
MOST DESIRABLE TERMS.
No cost to you If loan is not made.
Please call for further Information,
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO..
aull-tr-cm 602 F st.nw.
U FULTON'S loanofflco, 1218 Ta. ave.
nw., money loaned on watches, diamonds,
jewelry, silver ware, eto. aplU-Gm
LOANo MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT
eral, tuch ns llfu policies, stocks, bonds,
building awoclatloa shaies, syndicate cer
tiricatea, etc. NO delay YERKES &
BAKER. 1110 F tt. Take elevator. U
U04.Ad jiADb COI FUltNITUltE,
Loan i madeon Furniture. Pianos. Ilorses,
fVagoua, etc., at lowest rates and quickest
possible time. Strictly confidential. P.Mosa
call before securing loans elsewhere
WASHINOTON MORTGAGB LOAN 00.,
ttl( p rtiect northwest.
MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 upwaid. at B
and 5 1-2 per cent, ou-D. C. ical estate;
1250, 5500. etc., at 6 per cent; all
transactions conducted with economical
consideration, for borrowers.
WILLIAM U.SAUNDERS & CO..
pl6-W 107 F t. a.
MONEY TO LOAN at 5 and o per cent;
security, real estate In District of Co
luuibln. uo delay Insyond an Inspection oT
prupeity aud examination ot title. AVAL
TEK H.a.ClCER.704 14th B.uff. mh2S-tf
No Imposttloul-Nothing but facts given
Clairvoyant and Palmist
Her predictions, information, aud advice on
business, marriage, divorces, separations,
pensions, 2eeis, wills, lawsuits, tra'eis,
lost or stolen property, etc., are accurate
and truthtiil. Names given. No matter
w hat trouble you may nave, call nu this
gifted woman; ehe can help you out of au
difficulties. Absolute sutisracllon giar
anteed. German and English spoken. Real
d'Mice 1303 G bt. nw. . .
of Providence, It. I., Is a genuine spir
itual medium ot the best class; can be
seen on all business of every description;
all in trouble or doubt should see ul','I,t
once; gives full names and perfect Miric
tests; sittings dally at 58 ll st. uw.,
from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.; terms mod
erate: refers you to National Association of
THE NEW TARIFF na not affected Mj
Sweetheart cigarettes,'' tlw best and
only hand made on the market; 51. Per
box, atBriukman's,022 Pa. ave.; Wallace s,
P30 9th st.; Manlon's, 4 1-2, near ild.
ave.; Stevens', 32 and P sis., Georgetown;
and Lannon,. the Up top mail. 5c per pack
from all dealer - aul--4t
PROF. CLAY-Oldest establiMied medium
advertising in this city; consult him en
business, lawsuits, divorce, speculations,
sepaiatlons, love or taintly troubles-can
tell you anvthing you wish to know; brings
sepa rated husband .ami wiretogcther;makes
sweetheart orlover true; causes marriages;
removes spells or mysterious feelings;
gives luck; fee, 50 cents; hours. 10 to 10
daily. 489 11 st.sw. aull-3t-em
MR. BRACKEN, or Providence. It. I.. I" a
genuine spiritual medium of the ieu
das, can Ik; seen on all busluets of every
description, all in tioubleor doubt should
see him at once; gives full names ami per
fect spirit tots; sittings dally at tbll it.
nw. , from 10 a m. to 8 p. in ; teim mod
enite, refers you to National Association of
MADAME RETTA, clairvoyant, medium
and card reader, 25o and 50c. No. 510
E bt. nw. aull-7t,etn
.Afedium and card reader; AVnehlngton's
most famous clairvoyant and palmist; con
sult her on business, love, and family ar
Tilrs; reuuite-J ths s.parated; removes spells:
caufes speedy marriages, aud gives good
luck; open dally; German spoken; 25c. and
50c; 929 U bt. nw. mil 0-146
MADAM NOLAN, the celebrated clairvoy
ant and trance medium, has removed
from 002 II st. ne. to 900 7th st. nw..
second floor; sittings daily". 50c. and i;
named given, seances Monda and Thurs
day nights. 25 cents. au 10-5t
AVE'LL howl and howl ana howl, until you
come down here for au elegant custom
made Buit, "a little worn," Tor a figure
that will make you com" again. We sell:
o'liers talk. JUSTU'S OLD STAND, 619
D st. uw. au9-it,cm
Mrs. DR. RENNER,
In obstetrics: gold medal awarded for the
science of obstetrics from the University
of Munich, Bavaria; treats successfully
woman's complaints aud irregularities; pri
vate banltarium for ladies before and dur
ing confinement. Office hours from 10 a.
iu. to 5 p. m.. No. 8 7th st. nu.
F.H ALEE. Medium
Scientific palmist and card reader; tells
your full name, reveals your past, describes
tin present, aud foretells jour future me;
also Tells about business deals, lawsuits,
love affairs, family troubles, reuultes the
separated, brings quarrels all right, re
moves spells, causes marriages, and gives
good luck, etc. Addic&s P. O., care
Gen. Del., Atlantic City, N. J. AVI11 re
turn here lu Sept. Satisfaction guaran
! and F Sts.
Treats successfully all Diseases of the
Brain and Nervous System, Diseases of the
Blood, Skln.Stomach.Kidueysand Bladder,
Night Losses, Sexual Aeakness, Stricture,
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Syphilis and all
Private Diseases or either sex. Consulta
tion and Urinary Analysis free.
The highest fee charged, whether you
have one or more diseases, Is
Wluch Includes all medicines.
Hours, 10 to 12 and 3 to 5, daily; Sun
day, 11 to 12. Jyl3-tC
AVANTED Ladles' diesscs made, S3 up;
perfect fit; Baughman's drest-cutter, S5-
MME. 11 YATT, 908 N. Y. ave. Jy24-lmo
MRS. M. BROWNING, 802 7th St. uw.
second lioor; cmropocusii. uuo-ou
THE "3 DAYS" CURE (ror men) leads
all remedies iu this city; a prompt and
permanent cure or no charge; consultation
free. DR. McKEEH AN , 71 6 12th st. nw.
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
Dun Jb' btrcot rsortuwest.
Gold fillings and bridge work a spe
cialty, at the lowest pilce; amalgam nil
lugs, 50c; rull sets ot teeth on plates, $5;
extracting, cither by gas or local spray,
absolutely painless, 50c; without, 2Ec; all
work done by experts, and guaranteed the
best: open on Sundays from 10 to 3
MME. ES TELLE, Medium Tells past,
piesent and future; lemoves evil influ
ences; takes off spells; hours from 9 a. m.
to 9 p.m.; cuies of female diseases. 146
East Capitol st. au2-2wks-em
MME. THEO, MEDIUM.
Scientific palmist and card reader; know
your fate and fortune; opea daily; German
spoken; 25c and 50c. 929 H st. nw.
uiu if a. Ave. iN.Y.,AA iiMlilngtun, v. U.
Treat all chronic and private diseases,
Piles, Stricture, Hydrocele, Gout, Catarrh,
Dyspepsia, Blood Poison cured; vitality re
stored. Consultation rree and confidential
to both sexes. Dally, 9 to 12, 3 to 6.
EXPERT SPECIALIST In the
cure ot all private dlseaws. Hydrocele
Varicocele, Stricture, Impotpncy, and
Syphilitic Diseases positively curpd. Ad
vice ana Consultation r'rec. Both Sexes.
Hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 5; Tucs., Thurs , aud
Sat. evenings. 7 to 8. No. 602 F st. aw.
iCkMed Sunday.) Jel5-tf
LOST Plain gold-gfape l?nt pin, on 13th,
bet. Mass. ave. anil electric station, m
13 1-2 st., or on lfsbetfllth and 13th
nw.; beu 9 ami lU'.Hir-a? m. A liberal
icward if returned to 11T2 L'Jth st. uw.
LOST-Aug. 10, 1897, in Hllbdale, n No.
5 1-2 soled shoe, patent tip, pointed
toe, button. Reward lo the finder If re
turned to 1230 2d st. se. it
FOUND-On Tuesday night, after storm, 2
bay horses; owner can have same by pay
ing lor advertisement and their feed. Call
1402 H st. no. aul2-3t
FOUND -At River View,-a basket, which
the owner can have by applying at
Steamer Pentz's Wharf and proving prop
FOn It EXT FLATS.
FOR RENT Desirable flat: 3 rooms; un
furnished; privileges. 210 C st. nw.
FOlf"lllRE-To drummers aniiliuslnesH
men, horse and buggy or Dayton, $2 per
day, and specialprices-ror pleasure driving.
Apply to the RE STABLES, rear 615 E
st. uw.; telephone call, 109. ap30-tf
"WANTED For castaU kfndsot olt. United
fvllii.flnna nlfin tlnnf-tlt
UtWB (nJOiiAH1- um uvJUl .UIVUV OUIIUIMf
UORST. 1005 7tb st.ow
L. X . XIU.1J-
FOR SALE SUBURBAN.
FOR SALE -It acres of fina land: well
luip iovcd; 6 minutes' walk from Land
over station; S miles from city; only
$2,000; ensy terms. T. J. STALEY, 623
F st. nw. . aul 1-3 1
AA'ANTED 1 large or 2 small unfur. rms.,
2d rioor; must be cheap; state price. Ad
diess M., this office. It
AVANTED Mechanic, wife and child want
two small furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Iu mecr'aiile's family pre
fened. niiisr be moderate. Price and par
ticulars to E. F., this office. aul0-3t
UNLESS YOU TRY
$45 W&Q Sh&&4
Would you buy
Wrmlrl vnn sfII
Would you rent
WT rA wirtt Inqn
TTUUIU VUU IU""
would you exenange
Try an ad In tho Want Columns
of tho Tlme3 and
0R SALE -Cheap; S150 WIH
good grocery, with house of
cheap reut;good fixtures: nne location; nw.
COMMERCIAL, 510 F nw. aul2-dt-em
FOR SALE-A nice meat, grocery aud pro
vision store, cheap rent and no opposi
tion; wiU take a good horse and wagon iu
trade. Atiure8-Ui a.ave.sw. x i,cm
S2 FOU EVER YS1 INVESTED -Money se
cured; am forming a syndicate to pur
chase block of lots lu the District; lots
now selling Tor 15c and 25c per foot; have
option at 10c; will guarantee to sell these
bits inside or 1 year ror 20c; syndicate Urn
It'd to 20 atSlO per month each; investi
gation solicited. Address ATHENS, this
TOi: SALE Hotel cigar stand: icasoii for
selling, retiring from buslnes. Address
i n. ti . this nfnre. It-cm
FOR SALE-Drug 6torc; doing gocnl cash
business; satisfactory reasons given for
selling' no IrlHers ned answer. Address
SAL0PHEN, this office. aul2-3t
FOR SALE-The neatest and best paying
lunch loom In town. Address NEAT
EST, this office. au!2-3t
FOR SALE Stock and flxtmes or a
grocery and provision store, including
a good horse and wagon, doing a splendid
basinet and located on one or the best
comets In the northwest, no one need
apply unless Ihev mean business. Ad
drevs SNAP, this office. au!2-3t
Ll NCHRO0M, l'a. ave.nw.; rent 520; dallj
receipts $10 to $20. BUSINESS EX
CHANGE. 1321 F. au!2 3t
FOR SALE -Barber shop; three chairs, and
furniture; good business; sell at once;
leave city. Apply &03 1) st.nw. aul2-3t
jiCOl'Ktli, $325: near 3d and M uw.; rent
12: 3 rooms. BUSINESS EXCHANGE,
1321 P. aul2 3t
GROCElt 1,7th nw.;withorwittioutwhole
salellquorlicen.se; at Inventory; t rooms;
rent $V. BUSINESS EXCHANGE, 1321 h .
FOIt SALE Saloon, cheap, best location
lu southwest: low rent; cabinet rixtines:
doing a good business, best or lea sons ror
selllDg. ir you mean business nil at Olo
7th fit. sw. aul-,t
FOR S ALE -Great bargain; 2.o Tor gro
cery with 6 rooms and stable; rent, $25:
will inventory $300. COMMERCIAL, 510
.' nw. aull-3t-em
AVANTED To buy milk route; cheap.
MILK, this office aull-3tem
FOR SALE-S250 will buya $300 stock cr
groceries; rent only $10: good business;
is worth S500. COMMERCIAL, 510 1 nw.
FOR SALE A three-chair barber shop;
price, $150; In good order. Address
SHOP, this ofriee. anll-3t-cm
FOR SALE -A rine little coal, wood, milk,
bread and Ice store: good uprigliticebox;
2 rur. rooms: all tor $50; party leaving
city. 1015 11th st. nw. aull-3t
FOR SALE At a bargain, grocery store;
cheap rent; other business reason for
selling. Apply 1109 7th st.nw. aull-3t
FOR SALE-Grcat bargain ir told at once,
cigar and tobacco store. No. 1 19 D st.
FOR SALE-141212th st. ne.. grocery and
notion store; show case, fixtures, etc.;
nn reasonable offer refused. aut0-3t-em
FOR SALE -A suiull confectionery, news
stand, and cigar store; good business;
cheap rent: good reasons Tor selling. Ad
dress KEWS STAND, this oftice. au!0-3t
FOR SALE-Book, ncwsiKiper and Job
..f-ffrwl. full nt VBnrlr' mllvt SI'll HUT OlflCe
work will more than pay rent. Address
PRINTER, this office. aul0-t
AVANTED -Partner with a few dollars, to
help push a wcll-estabiisneu, sman misi
ness; no trlflcrs need apply. AaJ5?sa
AVHITTAKER. this office. aul0-3t
FOR SALE Stock or first-class paying
grocery and meat store; laige room:
fixtures furnished free; cheap rent if sold
at once. Call 103 O st. nw. au!0-3t
j-ui: MAiau nook, newspaper and Job
office: full or work; must sell: office
work win more than pay rent. PIJIN 1 bit,
this of nee. aua-bt
i ok. iSALit; bakery and store; Going good
business; cneap rent; reason for belling,
retiring from Dusluess. 327 10th st. se.
FOR SALE OR BXCBANGE.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Two fine
brick cottages; rent for $21; first-class
neighborhood in nc.,one square from cars;
between 3,000 and 4,000 feet of ground;
good yard to Oft. alley; or trade for a large
house with stable south of II st., north ot
Md. ave., east of 9th Bt. nw. Apply I.
W. SITLER, 922 E st.nW; lt,em
AVANTED AVould exchange for gent's high
grade bicycles one of the finest one-horse
turnout In the city; cost, when new, $800;
will take biovclcsat market price. Address
770, this otfice. au!2-3t
AVANTED AVould like to exchange fine
sorrel mare, 8 years old, for lady's and
gent'.'" high grade bicycles. Address W. B.V.,
this orriee, it
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY"
.PROPERTY A farm of CI adrcs about
1-2 mile from La n ham. Station ou B. & P.
R- R.; good buildings, good watr. orchard
ing, etc. Inquire if. W. STANCLIFF,
Lanham, ild. aulO-Ot
FOR SALE AND HRKT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN,
THOMAS E.AVAGGAMAN.917F ST.NW.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
2209 13th st.nw.,6 rms $26 50
9lo Va. ave. sw., 7 rms 25 00
1319 L st.nw., io rms 35 oo
519 11 st. nw., T rms 2560
1831 Vt.ave.nw.,8 rms 23 o)
530 21st st. uw 0 rms 22 o0
73o5th st. se., 8 rms 1i,
335 0 st.sw., 5 rms 9 30
72 O st. ne., 4 rms ,00
2901 7thst.nw.,0 rms 12 00
STORES , OFFICES ,' ETC.
Stable, rear 1314 Mass. ave. nw..S125 00
Stoie, 626 La. ave. nw.. 1J5S.(?
CfiitnilBulIdliig,Room8llandl2'.. 30 00
Hall, 3d floor, 419 10th st 35 00
Store and dwg., 1101 4th st.ne;, nn
7 rooms 30 00
Store and d wg., 937 Fla. ave. uv.,
8 rooms ?!?.
630 D st.. Room 1 I"0"
Stable, rear 1417 K st. nw 16 00
Stable, rear 1629 O st. nw Sxit
Store, 937 Fla. ave 100
PNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Lots Aubrey Heights ?''0)
Lota Berwla Heights 600
Lots Kensington Heights 50O
Lots Charlton Heights 250
Lots 3d st, bet K. anil L ne gq
Lots Mst, bet l-2andlHtstssw 800
Lot Cleveland Heights 32 i-2
LoU Cleveland Heights 30
Lots Falrvlew. Ivy City 25
Loss Va ave, bet 27th and 28th sts.. ,00
LoU Sllgo, Md .?2
Lots Takoma Part 09
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
009 and 911 11th stnw,rh,7inis.$l 2,500
914 B 6t sw, b li, rms 1S'S?R
9L7 8th stnw.b li,6 rms '.9,0,
Cottage, AVeslcy Heights, 9 rms.. 7,500
612 Q st nw, b li, 7 rms .00
1520 O st nw, b h, 7 rms 5220
1106 2lst uw, f h, 5 rms !?!
1940 11th stnw, b li, 8 rms 5'"?0
82 L st nw, b h, 6 rms.......... 3,500
3338 and 3340 T stnw, h.both. 2,600
1603 19th stnw.b li. 6 rms 4,270
59 Fla ave aw, b h, 7 rms. 5,000
Store and dwg, 13th st, bet E and
F, 7 rms 5,600
316 1-2 and 318 I stse.b h,4 rms 2,400
361 0 st sw, b li, 0 rms 2,000
1112 K st bc, f h. C mis J.oOO
The above Is only a portion ot the prop
erty on my books. For full list call at of
riee for bulletin issued on the 1st and 1 5th.
THOMAS E. AVAGGAMAN.
917 F St. N.AV.
How sure are the returns
from a Tlmos adlet.
BE CONVINCED! jj
FOR REXT- HOUSES.
FOR RENT At greatly reduced rates,
79 1st st. uw.; 6 rooms and bath; lu
excellent repair; large yard; only $15.50:
alto 1142 N. J. ave.: 4 rooms and water;
12.30. B. F. SAUL, ec. cor, 7th and L
sts. nw. aul2-3t-em
10R RENT Corner 6tore and dwelling
in northwest; 5 rooms, bath and stove;
rent reduced rrom S30.50 to $20.50 per
month. GRAHAM & CAMPBELL. 017
14th st. aul2-3t-em
FOR RENT Excellent 6-room hoase with
Imh; centrally located ou 7th st. nw.;
Milluhlc for business or dwelling. Address
DWELLING, thisofllcc. aul2-3t-eiu
r OR RENT $35.30; 1S15 G sr. nw.; sani
tary plumbing; large yard: newly paperca
and painted: cool, pleasant rooms; every
thing In complete order Apply to AVES
COl 1' & WILCOX, 1907 Pa. ave.nw.
FOR RENT Houses Tor rent Trom $5 up,
3 to b rooms; also rooms Tor rent rrom
S3 up: in dirrerent partsof city. Applv920
AVhitney ave. nw., Mt. Pleasant. Inquire
at CAY WOOD'S, 9th and K sts. nw.
stable, at $14.30 per month. Applv to
OAVNER, No. 14 G st. nw. au!0-3t
FOR RENT-For $10, aa 8-room house; 6
acresor cultivated land, pleiitr orfruit:at
Linden station, Met. branch B. & O. Ap
ply to OWNER, 2000 S st.nw. auI0-3t
I . wi. ...&...- jia.v ii..-.x-.-.iv
imi? c T u lircnnT T . -T-rT-c,
FOR SALE Furniture of six-room flat:
handsome sideboard, $15; 3 bedroom
suites, $3, $5 and $S; parlor suite, couch,
6 odd chairs, large rug: large water filter,
$2: 2 folding beds, $3; Iron beds, $4;
tables, oil cloth, curtains: leather dining
chairs, 75c,and a lot of fine houserurnlsh
Ings. 1721 Pa. ave. nw. aul2-3t,era
HHt S.LE is'nger se mg Machine. Sb,
Remington, 57; Domestic, 512.50; White,
$10; ah with drop leaf and side drawers
auu warranted, at Oppenhelmcr's New
Home Agent). 514 9tn st. nw.. platting
and pinking while .o'j wait, 2c. per vard;
machines impaired: prices-low. anl2-3t-em
0R SALE-Full rigged, 20 foot sloop,
"Undine," $50, at itttter'a boathouae.
FOR SALE- Cheap, Tor cash, handsomcoll
paintings with heavy gold frames. Ad
dress HARD UP, this office. It
PRINTERS Ton modern brevier; cases;
any amount; ssichlng machine, etc.:
very reasonable. HAYWORTH. 026 E
FOR SALE A handsome parlor suite: also
piano cheap. Call at 482 I st. sw.
FOR SALE-Tlnners" tools and maclilni-nr.
anv reasonable otter not refused. 911
4 12 st. sw. aull-3t-em
FOR SALE A new hlgn-arm sewing ma
chine; drop lear: 4 drawers; rully guar
anteed; Tor $13: slightly used; sewing ma
chines, $7, $8, 510, $12; five years' guar
antee. FUNK'S Sewing Machine Exchange,
32 C st se. aul0-3t-em
FOR SALE Patent Of flee, reports, 1847
to 1880; index 1790 to 1847; 80 vol
umes. Room 4, No. G13 7ttist. uul0-3t-em
rOR SALE-Lady's wheel; '96 Valiant;
lamp, bell, and tools; very little used;
cost $65: will sell for $30. Address
VALIANT, this office. aul0-3t
FOR SALE-Good side-door milk wagon.
Apply 615 2d Bt. ne. aul0-3t
FOR SALE Circling" counter and case;
cheap. 218 4 1-2 st. uw. auT0-3t
FOR S ALE YoungCuban and Mcxlcanpar
rots, monkeys, gold fishes, dogs, pigeons,
canaries, incubators, spratts and Austin's
dog bread; send for catalogue. SCIIMID'S
BIRD STORE, 712 12th st. nw. au4-tt
FOR BALE Two young, fresh Jersey
cows, with calves. Dr. CZARRA'S farm,
Hyattsville, or 619 Pa. ave. nw.; upstairs.
FOR SALE Fresh cows; always on hand;
would also exchange fordrycows. JNO.
DENEKAS, 3510 BrlghtWcod avenue.
FOR SALE-TWO FIRST-CLASS AYHIT
tler boilers, loo horsepower each, in ex
cellent condition, with a 100 horse
power Atlas engine; for sale cheap
If removed soon. Apply to STILSON
HUTCHINS.Hutchlns Building, where boil
ers and engine can be seen jy2-tf
AVANTED To exchange with owner, 8-rm-bay.
press-bnek house, 3 blocks' from
Capitol; also suburban lot; price, $7,250;
for one house unincumbered. Addiess EX
CHANGE, this office. auI0.3t.em
WANTED To exchange farm of 100 acres
iu Maryland, six miles from Washington,
for house la Washington. FARMER, this
BOOJwS designed, opened, dosed.- audited,
and systematized; don't trust to luck;
have your book audited. Address EX
PERT, P. O. Box L75, Washington. D. C
(Bcbedule la effect July 4, 1897.1
All trains arrive and leave Peuoyivaala
8:12 a.m. Dally, local for Danville, Char
lotte aud wayoCatlous.connecu as Alauas
as for Strasuufg. Harrisonburg, and
Staunton, dally, except Sunday, and at
Lynchburg with the Norfolk and Wcstera,
daily, and with tho Chesapeake and Ohio,
didiy, rur the Natural Bxldgo and Lex
ington. 11U5 a. m.--Dally.thj iNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carrier Pullman buffet
sleepers. New York and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with
Pullmaa Sleeper fur .A sue villa and Hot
Springs. N. C, Knoxville, Chattanooga and
Nashville, Tenn,, audatCbarloitewltU Pull
maa Sleeper for A ugnsta. Pullman Buffet
Sleeper New York to New Orleans, connect
ing at Atlanta for Birmingham and Mem
phis. Solid train. Washington to New
Orleans without change. Sauset personally
conducted tourist excursion through sleeper
on this train every AVedne-Uay to Sua Fraa
cisco, without change.
4.01 p. in Local for Front Royal, dtra
burg and Harrisonburg, with connection for
Staunton, daily, except Suudar.
4.51 p. in. Daily, focal lor Charlotte-
10:43 p. m.-Danr. AVASHINGTON AND
BOUTHAVESTERN, VE3TIBULED, LIM
ITED, composed of Pullman Vestlbuled
.sleepers, dining cars and. day coaches,
Pullman sleepers New York to Nash
Tlllo, Tenn., via AshevlUe, Knoxvllia
and Chattanooga, New York to Tamps,
Tla Charlotte, Columbia, Savannah and
Jacksonville; New York to Memphis, via
Birmingham; New Yorlc to New Orleans,
via Atlanta and Montgomery. Vestlbuled
day ccncli AVashlngton to Atlanta. South
ern Railway dining car, Greensboro, to
TRAINS ON WASHINGTON ANT OHIO
DIVISION leave Waahuigtoa 9:01 a. m.
dally, 1:00 p. m. and 4:45 p. m. daily, ex
cept Sunday, and 6:25 p. in. Sunday only
ror Rcund UUI; 4:32 p. m. dally, except Sua
day ror Lcusburg, aud u:25 p. m. dally ror
Hernton. Returning, arrive ac Washing
ton 8'2U a. m. and 8:40 p. m. dally, and
3:00 p. in. dally, except Sunday, from
Round HUI, aud 7:06 a. m. daily, except
Handx;., rrom Uerndon, and 8:64 a. m.
daily, except Sunday, from Lceaburg.
Through trains from the South arrive at
Washington 6:42 a. m... 2:20 p. m. and
9:25 p. iu. dally. Harrisonburg, 12:40 p.
ni. aud 9:23 p. m. dally, except Sunday,
and 8:30 a. m. dally from Charlottesville.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation and in
formattua furnlalicd at offices, 511 and
X30U Pennsvlvanla avenue, and at Pena
cylvauia Railroad Passenger Station.
V. 1L UHEEN, Ueo. Hupt.
d. ax. cjtU', 'irunio ilunaf-pr.
v. A. 'ALHJv, Ueo. ifann. Agent.
ju a. is uuwt, ut-o. A:t. xua. jjenti
EXTENSION OF HIGHAVAYB Us THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA --Washington,
July 1, 1897. To whom It may concern:
The commission created by section 2 of
the act or Congress approved March 2.
1893, enUtled "An act to provide a per
mnneut system or highways In that part
of the Difitrictof Columbia lying outside cr
cities," has received from the Commis
sioners of the District of Columbia a certi
fied copy of a map showing a proposed
permanent system of highways in tho
District o t Columbia within the area
bounded by North Capitol street, Florida
avenue. Eastern Bramh. and the District
line. This map and plats showing In de
tail how each :ot and tract is affected bj
the proposed system or highways, are now
on exhibition in Room 9, 4th floor, ot the
District Building-. All persons interested
nre invited to examine the map and plats.
The .ommission will consider any sugges
tion or protest concerning the locat.on of
any highway or portion or a highway as
shown on the map. The suggestions and
protests must be in wrnlnp and musr tet
forth clearly the reasons for the changes
nndahow the property owned or controlled
by the objector. All protests, etc . must
be submitted on or before the FIRST OF
OCTOBER. 1897. nnd be addressed to the
Chief on Engineers, U.S. Army. AVar De
partment, Washington. D. C. The com
mission will meet October 15, 1897. at 9
o'clock a. m.. in the ofriee of the Secre
tary of War, to dispose of all objections,
nnd will then hear orally from chos who de
Bire to thus support their written objec
tions. It. A. ALGER, Secretary of AVar;
C N. BLISS. Secretary of the Interior;
JOHN M. AVILS0N, Chierof Engineers. U.
S. Army. Jyl2-15t,au9-15t
n A pRin' hrims n.-inerwl from S2
up; latest styles of papers. CTIAS. SI
LLNCE. 217 G st. tie auS 6t
AVEYLER TO BE REPLACED -But a new
captain general won't interfere with our
buMnet-s. AVe do the best wall papering
and interior decorating In the ;tty at the
lowest prices. Rooms papered, s- up.
F. G. NOLTE, 810 9th st. No branch.
LATEST PAD Boys overalls, sizes from
3-8 and 8-15, with suspenucrs attached,
price, 25c headquarters for plate print
ers' orcralL-r. ail sixes; price. 50c , at?
SbLltl'S. 1903 Penn. ave. nw. aulO-Ot-ciu
WANTED -1 Intend going to Klondike
ronntry: I am well known here and
will give No. 1 city lereieuce'?, banks and
bu-iness men. I want parties to ehae
expenses and divide proceeds; clost in
vestigation invited, communications jnfl
dernial. address ror two weeks BOX 125,
this orfice. au It
$1 00. $1.25 AND 51. 50 Ladies', .ADsscs
and Children's Oxford Ties and Slippers,
all go Tor 50c a pair, not more than one
p.ur to each purcbas-cr. lns Mngle pant,
small size-, 23c., go for 10c J. AV
S E L ft Y 'S, 1903 Penn. ave. nw. aulO-Ot-etu
IOC couldu't do Letter than to Invest
your surplus Tunds into clothing; they
are bound io go up, while you can buy a
$10. all-worsted suit at SELBY'S, for
Sij.75; an all-wool. LIup flannel tiliuule
ce.v indigo blue, $12 suit tor $7. $5. nnd
$7 broken sizes Tor $2.50 and $3; inert'
working pants, 50c and upwards, at
1903 Penn ave. nw. anin or em
MONK'S DINING ROOM, formerly 931 E
st. nw.,now at 608 11th st. nw.aulO-lt
DENTISTRY I will hcrearter extract
teeth with nitrous oxide gas for 50c.
per tooth. Best teeth $7 per set. Gold
crowns. $8. Amalgam rulings. $1. Have
tilled rorty thousand teeth in this city,
extracted twenty thousand teeth, and inad
over six thousandsets. DR. S. T.MASON,
711 12th fit. nw., formerly cor. 12th and
Pa. ave. nw. au9-lir.o,em
FOR RENT -Rooms papered from S2 up;
latest styles of papers. CHAS. SI
LENCE, 217 G st. ne. au8-6t
WORGH'S MUSIC STORE
I now located nt 023 F r. Sohuier
Piano Agency. Jy22-10t
PRINTING -1,000 cards, G5c; 1,000 bill
heads, 75cv807 9th nw. Jy31-14t-em
ROUGH DRY LAUNDRY- 0 cents per lb.;
strictly hand work. 1533 1 lth st. nw.
AVe propose through this medium to obviate
at the homes of our patrons the unwelcome
wash day; we useoalythepurestsoapsand
filtered water; drop postal; we will call for
and deliver. Each person's wash done
separately. Jy 15-1 mo
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDINO.
Fruiting 500 cards, 75c.; 500 envelope,
75a; 50U note heads, 75c.; 500 state
ments, 75&: binding mnga-1 les, 50c.,
miscellaneous books rebound. G. E.
WILLIAMS, 615 7th ec nw. leti-tr
I WONDER who pays tho blnest prices
for gentfc' cast-off clothing: drop postal.
SAUL BROS.. 923 D Bt. nw. rayl 5-3mo
AT Tilt; JJuslnesa Office of Tne Times
you wiU find AVlndow Curds or all de
ccrlntlons '"Table Board, " Furnl3hed or
"Furnished Rooms, AVith or AVI t bout
Board, ' "Furnished Kcorns, With Board,"
"Furnished Rooma." Five cents is tut
price o reach card. ap21-tf
FURNITURE moved:" largest --"horse load,
$2.50; 1-borse loads. $1.25; pianos, $2:
rurolture pucked and shipped; experienced
men only; storage. COLUMBIA TRANS
FER CO., 323 4 1-2 st. nw. -rnone tuuo
rnirAT- WORSES .ft CARRI.ViR-.
AVANTED -To buy a horse, or horse and
buggy. STALL 12, B.& O.Markct..N.J.
ave. and D. It-em
FOR SALE Three horses; one good de
livery horse; two saddle, and drivers.
Iu rear of 612 G st. nw. aul2-3t
FOIt SALE A Columbus buggy; good as
new; alto a tine set ot light aounle har
ness. 1105 1 lth st. nw. null-3t-cm
FOR SALE-A doctor's phaeton; nothing
finer made; no reaionaUcofrer rerused:
also very stylish horse, suitable ror coupe
or surrey. 1327 II st.nw. aull-3t
FOR SALE One good work mare; $12;
also one buggy., 10- 2030 35th st. nw.
FOR SALE 2 wagons, 2 buggies, 2 flur
ries ,1 trap, 6 sleighs; also 2 cueaphorses;
these goods are left to be sold: nothing in
reason refused. 927 D St., next Merchants'
Parcel Delivery Co jy29-tLen
ROOMS AND BOARD.
POU RENT Rooms: Tur.; with or without
board; near Capitol; terms moderate.
114r U st. ue aul2-3t,em
PLUASANT rooms and fiist-ctex beard
froni 17 to $20 a moeth. 10 4th st. ne
STATION COKNER OF SLXTH AND M
T?.,tAJJ- weeJc days-PITTSllUUtl JBX-
itESS Parlor auu Dining Cars, Harm
burg to PltUburg.
.V iV- -FENNSYLV-VNTA LIMITED
TifJ"""11?.1- Sleeping. Dinlar. rimokbig and
ObsBrvatioa Car9,Tlarr'o-:-y to 7;ca),
uucianatl. iyuianapoUs, St. Louur, CJeve
Harrlsbur Tola 1Ju-r-6 I'urior Car to
1t.,i.-V ,7-FAS.T LINE-Pullman Buffet
i'nr irr CaI to UarHsbiirp. Buffet Parlor
Kvnil M- CHICAGO AND ST. L0UI3
&-ertess,- Sleeping Car Washlngtoa
JLr- iiL'u?' aaa Sleeping and Dusia
t n ,.t n.7nnatl and Chicago.
inlR,iU, Wt'ERN EXl-KE3S-Pul
maa Sleeping Car to Pittsburg. Chicago,
and Harnsburg to Cleveland. DlaZsg
iar to Chicago.
Ztt..1M- M- SOUTHWESTERN EXPRES3
-Pullinan SteepiaK Cars WasBlagtoa ra
Pittsburg- and Harrlflborg to St Loute
and Cincinnati. Dinlcg Car.
10.40 4. i. PACIFfU EXPRESS PuU-
- 2. tJI?-'P-ag. fat to Pittsburg.
T ou a. id. for Kane. Canandalgua, Rorae
ter ana Niagara Falls daily, except
10:50 a. m.for idmira and Ecncvo, dally,
except Sunctays. "or Wlhlamsport, dally,
3.40 p. m. l
7:1 o in. for WHliainsport.Rocl'cstpr. Erl.
Burralo and Niagara Fans daily, except
Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washlngtca
10:40 p. uj for .Erie and Elmlra. daUr.
for CanaDdalgua. Rochester, Bufralu and
Niagara Falls, Saturday nlgntsonly. Pull
man Sleeping Car AVashlngton toRoches-
"or X'niiadeipnia-. Aevr xurit aa3
:ilHP. a- "CONGEESSION'AL LTM
ITED,'' dally, all Paiior Cars, with Dia
log Car rrom Baltimore. Regularat7:0
pining Car), 8.00, 9.00. 10:00 (Dlnlas
tar), and 11.00 Diulng Car rrom AVtt
mlngton) a. to., 12 45. 3.15. 4:20, 6:00.
10:0O and 11415 p. m. On Sunday. 7:00
(Dining Car), 8.00. 9 00, 11;00 (Diatag
. .,r,.fro.m Wilmington! a m.. 12-15, 3: 15.
4.20, b.60. 10:00 and 11.33 p. ia. For
Philadelphia only. Fast Express, 7-50 a.
m. weelcilayB. Express, 12: 15 p. rnvvreelc
days. 2.01 and 5 40 p. m. daily. For
Boston, without cnange. 7 50 a. in. week
days, and 4.20 p. m. daily.
Saratoga Express tParior Car), 9.00 a.m.
For Baltimore, 6 25, 7 00, T.50, 8.00,
12.45,12 50, 2.01. 3.15, 3.40, J4.00 Lun
ltl) 4.20, 4 36, 5.40, 6.15, 6.50. 7A0,
10 00, 10 40, 11.1 5. and 11.3b p. m.
On Sunday, 7 00.8 00, 9.00 9.03. 10.50,
11.00 a.m., 12.15. 1.15.2.01,3.15.3:40.
(4.00 Limited), 4 20. 5.40. 188.8.131.52.
7.10, lO.OO, 10.40. and 1L35- p. m,
or Pope's Creek Line. 7 5o a. iu. and 4. 3B
p. ra dally, except Sunday. Sundays,
b.05 a m.
For Annapolis, 7 00. 9 00 a. m., 12.13
and 4 20 p in. daily, except Sunday.
Bundays, 9 00 a m. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Florid
and points on Atlantic Coast Line. 4.30
a m , 3.46 p. m. daily; Richmond only.
10 57 a. m. week-days; Atlanta Special,
via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line.
4.40 p. m. dally. Accommodation for
Quantlco, 7 45 a. m. daily, and 4.25
p. m- week-days.
For Atlantic City v,a Delaware River
Bridge, all-rail route j, 11.00 a. m., 3.15
and 11 35 p. lu. dally, via MarKet street
wharr, UUU a. ru, tSuturua only),
10.00, 11.00 a. m., and 12 45 p m. week
c!uy-. 11.35 p.m. daily. Sundays only,
For Cape May. 10 oo. 11.00 a.m., 12.45
p.m. weekday:!. 11.35 p.m. daily.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and O
streets, and at the 6tatlon. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left for ths
checking of baggage to destination from
not els aud residences.
J B. HUTCHINSON, General Manager.
J. R. WOOD. General Passenger Ageas.
(Schedule in effect June 0. 1897.
Leave Washington rrom st.vtlon corner ot
new jersey aveuue and U st.
For Chicago and Northwest. Vestlbuled
Limited trains, 10. UO, 11 45 a- m., 8.03
For Cincinnati. St. LouIT and Indianapo
lis. Express, 11 45 a. m. VestibHl-jd Um
'Aed, 3 40 p. in., express 11 30 p. m
For Pittrfburg acu Cleveland, exprvsa
dady 10 00 a m. aud 8.50 p. in
to r Columbus, Toledo aud Detroit. 11:30
tor Winchester ana way stations, a3:00.
all 45 a in.. a5:3( p.m.
For New Orleans. Memphis, Birmingham.
Chattanooga, Knoxvule. Bristol aud Roaa
oke. 11 20 p. ru daily; Sleeping I'ars
Por i-jray. 3.40 p- n? daily.
Por iialtuuore, wc-:tuays, 5 00, 6.30,
X7 05, x7 10, X" 3b, A.8.90, 8 30, x9:30,
xlO 00, rl2.00 a. m., X12.05. 12:10,
X12 40, x3 OC, 3 20, x4:30, 4 35, X5 05,
X5 10, X5 30, x6 2U. 6:30. Xd 00. 8.15,
x9 20, 1115, xll 50 p. m.. nnd 12:01
night. Sundays, X7.05, X7 10, x7 30, 8:30,
X9.00 a. m., X12 0C-, X12.4U. 1:00, X3 00,
3:20, 4 35, ZSUS, x5:10, 6 30. X8.00,
xs.2i), ll 15, xll f.o p. in., xl2:ul night.
For Annapolis, 7.10 and b.30 a.m.. 12.10
and 4SU p. iu. BuaCays. a.ao a.ltu, 4.33
For Krcdcrlcl-', week doys. .00 a. m,
11.45, 4.30, 5.30 p. iu. Sunuayv, 9.00
a. iu., i.15 p. m.
For HagerstownraI0 00 a. m.anda5.30
Por BoyC and way romrs, week days.
fc.0U a.ui.,4 3J.6.JO, T.U5p. m. Sunday.
9.00 a. m., 1.15, 7.05 o jn
For Galthersburg and wy points, wees
days, o.OO, 9.00 a. m , 12.50, 2.00, 4.30;
4.33, 5.30, 5.35, 7.C5. 11.40 p. m. Sun
days, 9.00 a. ta., 1.15, 4.33, 7.05; 10.13
For AVashlngton Junction ara waypolnts,
8.00 a. m., 4.30, 5.30 p. m.. Week days,
9.00 a ni., 1.15 p. m.. Sundays
For Bay Ridge, Week Cays, 9.16 a. m.
and 4.30 p. ni. Sundays, 9 35 a.m., 1.30
and 3.15 p. in.
Hoyal lilt:e Line for ev lorK and
Alt train Illuminated with l'intsch light
For Puiladelhi.-.,New York, boston and
tiitr liaai. -ret days. 7.05, S.OO. IU.oO a.
m., 12.00, 1 12.40 Dining Cars), 3.0O.
(5.05 Dining Car), (12-Ox night, sleeping
car, open at 1 o.oo o'clock), bundays, i.Wj,
9.00 u. m., (12.40 Dmmg Cars;, 3.00,
(5.05 Dining Car). 12.ul night, sleeping
car, open 10 -0O o clock. Additional tiains
ror PuUdelphta, week days, daily, S.oO
Burret Parlor Cars on all day trains.
ror Atlantic city, 1.uo, lO.uo a.m
12.00 noun. 12.4U and 3.00 p.m., wee
ciavs. 12.40 p.m Sundays.
ior t ape May, 12 noon.
atxrept Sunday xt.cpre tralru
Bagg.ge called ror and checked, from
hotels and iesldeucfes- by Union Tronsrer
Co.. on orders left at ticket otr.cea, 619
Pennsylvania avenue northwest. New Yorlf
avenue nud Fifteenth street, anil at Depot
AVM. M. GREENE. D.B. MARTIN.
Ueu.Muuuger. Mgr. Pass-Traffla,
FOR SALH BICYCLES.
FOR SALE-A gent's wheel, lu gwed ton
(utton: cneap lor cash; call atoll L st.
nw., between 10 a.m. and 6:30 p. m.
POR SALE-Ridera, aiteutlont By order
or the utrfereut storage houses we rep
resent, I am oKerlng. all high-grade bicy
cler and tundem. for ladies and genfc at
the greatest attractive slaughtering pricei
ot the year. Advances made on these goodi
mus; n collec-ced. ami, ihererore. ubove
acrifices will be ma.de'. such high-grade
bicycles as Syracuse. Rambler, Columbia
AVorlcW, etc. etc. new auu slighuy used,
will be orrered at this, the greatest bar
gain sale or the year sundries and purti
will be sold also, aud nu leauahle off el
wdl be refused. Bicycles bought outright
and exchanged, and taken ou storugtt.
Nr.W XORK BICYCLE CO., 434 9th at.
publicly opened Immediately thereafter, to
rurnlsh at the Naval Observatory,- AVash
lngton, D. C. a quantity of spyglasses and
binoculars. Blank proposals will be fur
nished upon application to the Naval Ob
servatory. Washington, . I). C., or to the
Mureau. EDAVIN STEWART, Paymasti-i
General. U. S. N. au5,l2
PROPOSALS FOR FURXISULXG AS
PHALT PAVING BLOCKS.-Ornce ol
tin; Commissioners D. C. AVashlngUn, D
C, August 9, 1897. Sealed proposals wiL
bc received at thUoffic- until 1 2 O'CLOCK
M.. AUGUST t9, 1897. Tor furnishing as
plialt paving blocks to the District ol
Coinmbia. Specification, blank: forms ol
proposal, aatl all necessary informatioc
may be obtained at this orfice. JOHN AV.
ROSS, JOHN B. WIGHT. WM. X. KLU'lf,
Comnilssioaera D. C. aull-6t
AVANTED-Board In private family, coat
veniCHt to city Haw; dinner nt 2 or 1
re. Address. K. AA.. tUa office.
PROPOSALS will be received at tbt
Bureau ot Supplies and Accounts, Navy
Department, AVashlngton. D.C .until 1J
n'i'T.nrK NOON. AUGUST 17.1897, aud