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THE EVENING TIMES; WASHiyGTQyj-MONPAYi SEPTEMBER 28; ISM.?
AdvcrtinemcntB untler- tliln liead
win be Iimerted for one cent a word
lor each Insertion. -
WANTED Milliners, salesladies, and apprentices.
Apply 1109 F L nv -cm
WANi"EDYoungladyto do body work on hate.
SOUTH WASHINGTON PALACE, 324 4 ft
WANTED A country girl for general housework;
no washing'. Apply at once, 131C L st nv.
WANTED 2 neat white girls as nurses. 1S13 K
st. mr. -em
WANTED Extiericnced sewers on ladies' coats,
skirts, and lurs. MARTIN WOLF. CI7 11th
Ft nw. it-em
WANTED 2 voung ladies to work in-storeroom
show; pood wages; girls that can ring and
ilance preferred. Address I. 2, this office.
WANTED A pood hand to ew with dressmaker,
"at once. 122 F st. ne lt-em
WANTED Young lady a? clerk in confectionery
store. Address 1. 15, this office. lt-em
WANTED Lady cashier. G04 Louisiana ave nw.
WANTED A woman for general housework; roust
'be neat and a good cook and laundress; ?10
per month; go home at nights; refs. required.
2134 I yt. nw. lt-em
WANTED A smart girl for general housework;
two in family. 5 Tcnn. ave. ne. lt-em
WANTED A woman to cook and do plain wash
ing and ironing; must rtay nights. 912 I st.
WANTED First-class tailored and vestmakcrs.
TUE EAGLE TAILQHS. S21 I4th st. nw. lt-em
WANTED Colored chambermaid with refs.; must
stay nights. Apply at 13 12th st. nw. lt-em
WANTED Honest young white girl for general
housework. Call after 10 o'clock, 1314 Pa.
ivc. nw., and walk upsta irs. lt-em
WANTED A neat girl for general housework;
small family. Call 303S 13th nw. It-cm
WANTED A good, strong woman for general
housework; good washer and ironer. Call
C K ft. nw. lt-em
WANTED Giri for general housework in small
family; good home; wages, $12. 241 Del. ave.
WANTED Today; general houseworkcrs, S wait
resses, experienced dressmaker, room cleaners,
2 lauiiresscs, nutse, chambermaids. SHACKLE
FORD'S, 427 11th nw. It
WANTED Young lady for store and office work,
$7 week; .8 stenographers and typewriters;
experienced pension clerk. NATIONAL INFOR
MATION BUREAU, till G st. It
WANTED Chambermaid and waitress. 505 12th
WANTED A cook and dining room girl. Call
1701 7tht.nw. lt
WANTED A colored girl for general housework,
in rustaurant, at (SO 1) t. nw. It
WANTED Idy's companion, housekeeper, gov
erness, cooks, and chambermaids; two busi
ness women. BASEMENT. C1C E st. It
WANTED General lioucworkcr, seamstress, two
waitress., and iihwaler: at once BUSI
NESS BUREAU. 12IMJ New York ave. w. It
WANTED Two neat colored women, one as cook,
other as general woiker; wages $12 and $15.
1S13 K L nw. It
WANTED Intelligent white girl to care for
dentin's office. Address G. G. 12, this of
WANTED Fijt-class skirt hand on tailor-made,
and tailotess. Apply at ZALESAK, 1022 Conn,
WANTED Colored cooks. $15 to $25; several leave
city; fares paid; private families. LADIES'
EXCHANGE, 014 13tl
WANTED Coioied general hou.-eworkcr, 1R; col
ored general housrworker, $15; colored gen
eral houseworktr, $12; small families. LADIES
.CXCHANGE. 014 18th. It
WANTED White cook, $1S to $25; also house
maid and child's nurse; three in family.
LADIES' EXCHANGE. C14 13th. It
WANTED Hotel eliambcnnaids waitresses, clean
ore. kituhcii, pantrv, and laundry help. LA
DIES' EXCHANGE, 01 4 13th. lt
WANTi:D A lady to do plain sewing. Call at
1332 7th St. nw. It
WANTED Good girl, white, for light house
work; assist in etore; no washing. 1214 7th
t. nw. It
WANTED White giri, three in family; no wash
ing or ironing; bring references. 442 Mass.
sve nw. It
WANTED At once; experienced girl to help on
v.ts. 413 11th nw. se24-3t
WANTED Two experienced tailorrsscs; must
work lwtJonholes. BuBYS LEllOX. 440
ttii t. nw. se24-2t
WANTED Good white woman for general house
woffc; references requiicd. 1015 Conn. a-e
WANTED Girls from 14 to 10 years of age to
learn to make souvenirs. Apply, between S
nn 10 a. in.. S07 ISth st. nw. se24-2t
WANTED A good white cook; a good home
Apply 220 7th rt. nc se24-3t
WANTED Woman or girl for general housework;
three in family; nay nights; state age and
rotor. Address I. IB. this office se23-3t
HELP WANTED MALE AND FE3I.YLE
Advertisements under this hend
will be Inserted "for one cent n word
for encli Insertion.
WANTED A good waiter, and a young girl to
take care of baity. Apply at C2C E U nw. It
WANTED All sorts oF help; orders for help
IKOinptlv filed. Apply anj- time, EMPLOY
MENT OFFICE. 30S 4 eu nw. it
WANTED Five tfudenu to complete a class for
advanced dictation, prepaintory for ch-il ser
vice and census examinations, and rapid work.
Call at STELLMAN SCHOOL, 311 G st. nw. Re
duced rates. cu4-tf
WANT. ED I'upils in telegraphy, by expert teleg
rapher; (hortband and typewriting taught
t-v m'-oSalllsU. THE DUILLERY. 504 11th st.
' if -"-f
WANTED Agents to tell Dewey touvenirs; great
sellers. 1123 Utih tt. lw. se24-2t
DEWEY oelebrotion; the only official emblem; re
mit iostage for hamplc. Address GEORGE
COOPER, 220 Centre St., X. Y. City.
AdvertiKciucnts under thin Iicatl
1vlll be Inncrted for oc cent a word
lor encli insertion.
WANTED By colored girl from country, place
as iiun-c or to help in private family. 01
Defines st. nw. lt-em
WANTED By respectable colored girl, place to
do general Iwusework; small family; 1644
4t st. nw. It-cm
WANTED By colored woman, place as cook or
general houscworker. 1018 N. J. ave nw.
WANTED By coioied woman, place as chamber
maid or general houscworkcr; small family.
4016 Handover st. nw. It-cm
WANTED By good seamstress, sewing of any de
scription in private family. DRESSMAKER,
1 Myrtle rt. ne. se2t-em
WANTED By colored girl, place to do general
housework. 832 N st. nw. lt-em
WANTED By colored girl, place to do general
houM'work; no washing. 40 Brooks Court,
between O and 1'; 2d and 3d sts. nw. lt-em
WANTED By colored woman, place as cook,
chambermaid, or jimc. 1415 3d st. nw. It
WANTED By a respectable colored woman, place
as general housewoikcr; stay nights. Cail or
tnJdress 1723 Vermont ave. it
WANTED IVtfition to read or write bv the hour
at Ic jkt hour. MRS. B., Station B.
WANTED By dressmaker to go out by day or
week, $1 per day. M. SMITH, 1012 Sth s-L
SITUATIONS WANTED 3L1LE AND
MRS. MOORE, 30C G t. nw.; reliable male help
on hand; females wanted at once It
WANTED By lady with infant boardTinstricn
ly private family; state price Address G. 11,
this office se23-3t
WANTED Flat of 4 or 5 rooms; 2d floor; cen-
trai ana encap. u. s, tins office se25-3t-cm
WANTED A well heated flat of three or four
rooms and bath by gentleman, wife, and in
lant; will pay $25 month. Address A A. S. this
WANTED House C or 7 rooms, within 5 or 0
blocks of Gov. Printing Office; not over $25.
C. J. IUNB0EK, C12 F st. nw.. Room i.
nELP WANTED 3IALE.
AdvertlMementH under this hend
will be inncrted Tor one cent a word
for each insertion.
WANTED i experienced insurance men as col
lectors; must come well recommended, and
give bond; salary and commission. Apply A. D.
UATEMAN, Supt., Rooms 25 and 20, Wash. Loan
and Trust building. It-cm
WANTED At once, 2 first-class lmshelmen; steady
work; good pay. Apply e32 D st. nw. lt-em
WANTED 9 good waiters for hotel at once; other
places. BUSINESS BUREAU, 1200 N. Y. ave.
nw. ' lt-em
WANTED 25 experienced colored teamsters. S.
S. DA1SH & SONS, 2d st. and Fla. ave. ne.
WANTED Doy with bicycle; refs. HAYWORTH
PUB. HOUSE. 312 Sth st. nw. It-cm
WANTED 20 waiters for Suitland Park tourna
ment. Enquire SCHNEIDER'S, 1100 Sth st.
WANTED Apprentice in printing office; state
experience, if any. Address G. G. 2, tilis
WANTED Paper hangers; ?3 per day. Call at
houses on "Princeton St., between 12th and
13th sts. nw.. or 1103 Park Place nc., after 0:30
p. m. L. WEAVER. lt-em
WANTED Boy to paste for paper hanger; one
with experience preferred. JOHN W. Mc-
JIAHON, 1710 14th st nw. lt-em
WANTED Tailor to repair and press old work.
.MERTZ & J1ERTZ, SK)G F st. It-cm
WANTED-A bushclmatu. MERTZ MERTZ, JKW
F st. "-em
WANTED 30 laboring men; $1.03 per day; guar
anteed work- for one year. Call at 31S 14th
st sw. sc25-2t-em
WANTED Bright vouth to carry newspapers east
of 7th st. Address G. G. 14, this office.
WANTED Young colored boy to wash dUhes in
lunchroom and be generally useful. 010 11th
st nw. lt-em
WANTED Young man for house and stable work,
3 waiters, bell bov, store porter, 2 dishwash
ers. SHACKLEFORD'S, 427 11th fct. nw. It
WANTED Janitor for apaitment house. $05
month; permanent. NATIONAL INFORMA
TION bureau, mi c st. it
WANTED Experienced collector for furniture
installment house. $15 week. NATIONAL IN
FORMATION BUREAU, 311 (5 st It
WANTED Two voting men, of good address, for
good salaried positions. NATIONAL INFORMA
TION BUREAU, 911 G st. It
WANTED Bright, active bojs, with wheels; per
manent; $1S to $30 month. NATIONAL IN
FORMATION BUREAU, 011 G St.
WANTED Two bright young men for office work;
also baker. NATIONAL INFORMATION BU
REAU, Oil G st. it
WANTED First-class bartender for large hotel;
citv; $00. NATIONAL INFORMATION BU
REAU." Oil G st. It
WANTED Hotel baker, boy for cigar stand,
hotel, hell) for all departments. BURGESS'
HOTEL AGENCY, 503 10th St. It
WANTED Sign painter., collector, dishwasher,
carriage washer, at once. BUSINESS BU
REAU, 1200 New York ave. nw. It
WANTED Experienced tailor on bushcling. Ap
ply at once, 413 11th ntv se25-3t
WANTED Business manager for office, barroom
jwrter, butler, coachman, driver; other posi
tions. BASEMENT, 010 E -t. It
WANTED Boy for bicycle icpair stop. 1919 14th
WANTED White boy to learn the trade Apply
to C. A. MAHORNEY, Engraver and Jeweler,
1000 F st.. nw. It
WANTED Bright colored boy to be useful in of
fice; wages $2; references. ROOM G, 915
Pa. ave nw. It
WANTED Bright, intelligent boy, to leant hi
cycle repairing. Call, with references, at 717
9th t. nw. It
WlANTED A good barlter, at once. 505 G st.
WANTED A neat, active, intelligent, and re
spectable colored boy, from 10 to 20, to work
in houie. J31 G st. nw. It
WANTED Two union house painters. Call at
11C4 5th st. ne, before S a. m., or alter 4
p. m. it
WANTED B6V; porno experience in hardware;
reference. C15 7th St. It
WANTED Young white man to attend horses;
wages $10 per month; board and lodging. Ad
dress F. F. 6, this office sc24-3t
WANTED Agents of good address to sell goods
from wagnn; commifMOiis paid weekly; refer
ences required. GATELY. ELBERSON & CO.,
019 F st. nw. sc2l-3t
WANTED Carpenters; gocd hands for trimming
out. Apply at buildings .Morgan St., near
Lydecker ave., Ilolmend Manor. se2l-2t
WANTED Three white waiters at PITTSBURG
CAFE, GOO Pa. ave. nw., applv after 3 o'clock.
WANTED Two good milk wagon driveis; must lw
reliable Address A. 11, this office. se21-3t
WANTED For the 45th infantry, able-lwdied re
cruits of goud character; leave immediately.
A pply at 510 F t nw. -: -5t
AVANTED Boy; good size; with bicycle. Box
A. S. this office sel9-tf-cm
WANTED RECRUITS U. a MARINE CORPS
Able-bodied, unmarried men between the ages
cf 21 and 35 years, not lcsa than 5 feet 4 inches,
nor over C feet 1 inch in height. Not addicted
to the use cf liquor, and cf good moral character.
Must be native-born or naturalized citizens of the
United States, or "declared intention." Must be
able to read and write The term of sen-ice U
for five years, three cf which are supposed to be
served on board "seagoing" shins of war, giv
ing opportunity to visit all parts of the world.
The pay is from $13 to $41 per month, according
to rank and service For further information ap
ply to commanding officer Marine Barracks, Wash
ington. D. a jy2-3mo3
S1TUATI ONS AVANTED 3IALE.
Advertisements tinder this hend
will be inserted for one cent a word
for encli Insertion. ,
WANTED By colored man. first-clas? stableman,
work of any kind. Address 302 12th t. nw.
WANTED By capable, energetic man, position
to do office work, clerk, watchman, or other
employment where integrity and attention to bus
iness will be appreciated. Address D., G10 3d st.
WANTED By German youth, work of anv kind..
Addres H. H. 7. this office. se25 t-cm'
WANTED By a respectable young colored man.
position to drive grocery wagon or work in
store Mr. I THOMAS, 1414 12th st, nw. lt-em
WANTED By a young colored man, a position
as coachman or driver of any kind; best un
written refs furuislvl. Address F. F. 4, Hub
WANTED By a respectable colored loy, a place
to wash dishes. Call at 54 Pierce st. nw.
WANTED Clerical or other work to do even
ings; employed during day; best of refer
ences. Addiess E. E. 12, this office s?23,23
WANTED 1 large or 2 small unfurnished 'rooms;
rent moderate; state price G. G. 5, this
WANTED By physician, room in private family
at most liberal inducements. Address I. S,
this office. It-cm
WANTED By first-class caterer, dining-room and
kitchen. 1511 I st. nw. It-cm
WANTED By man and wife, 3 or 4 unfurnished
rooms; light housekeeping; privilege 8f yard
for dog; between Gth, 13th, L, and G sts. nw.;
state terms. G. G. C, this office sc25-3t-cm
WANTED By mother and daughter, October 1,
2 unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping;
price not to exceed $10. Address E. E. 15, this
WANTED Two adults, two or three unfurnished
rooms, for light housekeeping, $10. Address
H. II. 11, this office. it
WANTED Three unfurnished rooms or flat; give
particulars. Address II. 7, this office se25-3t
WANTED By couple with two children desire
two unfurnished rooms; gas for cooking; slate
price Address F. F. 11, this office se24-3t
GENTLEMAN would like room and board in
t northwest"; moderate price. Address I. 10, this
WANTED By two steady young men, suite of
rooms or small flat; furnished preferred;
describe fully. Address G. G. 13, this office
WANTED A nice furnished room in northwest
Address L 3, this office. cc21-3t
WANTED Three rooms for 1. h. k.; must be
cheap; ne preferred. Addrcscs F. 10, this of
WANTED Four or five unfurnished rooms for 1.
h. k., with heat and gas; rent not over $20;
near Pcabody School preferred. Address G. G.
12, this office sc21-3t
WANTnD Three unfurnished xooms on second
floor for housekeeping by October L Address
A. A C, this office se23-3t
FOR RENT ROOMS;
FOR RENT Front furnished- room, $7. 020 E'
st. nw. se25-3t-em
FOR RENT 815 14th st. nw., front hall room.
FOR RENT To parties with no children, three
rooms; private bath; excellent location. 130
10th st ne. lt-em
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, $5 to $7 per
month. 707 I st. nw. '' 225-3t-em
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished rooms,
with or without board. Apply 2313 M st. nw.
FOR RENT S08 0th st. nw., furnished rooms;
day, week, or month; charges reasonable
FOR RENT Furnished room, with private bath,
$14; steam heat; also other rooms, cheap. 421
Olh st. nw. sc25-3t
FOR RENT Rooms; gas and hath; -gentlemen.
2415 Pa. ave nw. sc24-3t
FOR RENT Part of house, furnished; rent taken
in board if desired. 725 3d st. nw. se24-3t
FOR RENT Rooms, $4, $0, and $S; very conven
ient .022 E st. nw. se24-3t
FOR RENT Furnished, one large parlor, newly
papered and furnished; one large room, sec
ond floor, with or without board. 1437 Corcoran
st. nw. se24-0t
FOR RENT Handsomely furnished rooms with
breakfast if desired; transients accommodated.
THE SHEARIN, 800 11th st. nw. se24-3t
FOR RENT Second floor, three rooms, heat, gas,
and bath. 1315 S st. nw. se24-3t
FOR RENT 1311 14th st. nw., two large, pleas
ant, communicating rooms at reasonable price;
large closets. se24-3t
FOR RENT Two large furnished rooms at 217
4b st. nw. ; references exchanged. sc24-3t
FOR RENT 720 10th St., front basement room;
suitable for housekeeping or business.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; second and third
floors. 010 II st. nw. se24-3t
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished front room;
refs. 1532 14 th st nw. Be23-3t-em
FOR RENT Furnished room, 2d floor. 000 Sth
st. nw. Ec23-3t-em
FOR RENT To quiet gentlemen, rooms; $5 and
?7. 719 Sth st. nw. se23-3t-era
FOR RENT ASTORIA FLATS, 3d and G sts. nw.,
most central location in Washington; tingle
rooms or en suite; with or without private bath;
$5 TO $12 .MONTH. se23-lmo-em
FOR RENT Large furnished room; conu-nient
to ave cars. SOS 20th st. nw. se23-3t-cm
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; en suite or sin
gle; $0 per month up; 1212 N. Y. ave nw.
S10 12th st nw. sc23-3t-em
FOR RENT Souih front room, nicely furnished.
1207 G it. nw. se23-3t-cra
FOR RENT Furnished parlor, 1st floor front;
also other large rooms: 1120 9th st nw.
FOR RENT 1 large front hall room. 3d floor;
nlso first-cla: New Eugland table board.
Mrs. IvENFIEI.D, 14 Grant Place. g23-3t-em
FOR RENT 3 furnished room for light house
keeping at 117 F st. ne; no children.
FORRENT 2 2d-floor rooms for light housekeep
ing; elderly couple 70 Mass. ave. nw.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room, with
or without board, in private family. 20 N
st. nw. ae23-3t-tm
FOR RENT 2 pleasant rooms; 2d floor. 122S 13th
st. nw. sc23-3t-em
FOR RENT 1015 13th st. nw., two large, lovely
rooms on second floor. se23-3t
FOR RENT A nicely furnished hack parlor on
first floor; private family. 133G 11th st nw.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; single or en suite;
I. h. k permitted. 42SVs II si. nw. se23-3t
FOR RENT Fine furnished second floor front
room. 420 3d st. nw. sc23-3t
FOR RENT Furnished second floor front; also
third floor front; central and well kept- 907
II st. nw. se23-3t
FOR RENT Three nicely furnished rooms to
gentlemen singly or unfurnished for light
housekeeping to couple; southern exposure; two
sijuaics south of Library. 120 C st. se. sc23-3t
FOR RENT Three nicely furnished rooms, with
or without board; reasonable. 1315 22d st.
FOR RENT FnrnWied rooms, complete for house
keeping. 351 Pa. ave. nw. sc23-3t
FOR RENT 2d-story front and back room; con
venient tu cars and cafes. 731 12th st. nw.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; first and second
floor; heat, gas, and bath. 620 Sth St. nw.
FOR RENT 1031 Sth st. nw., one large second
storv well furnished front room: suitable for
j gentleman and wife or two gentlemen; heat, gas.
and luth. st-22-4t
FOR RENT Three handsomely furnished rooms,
with or without board; central location. 513
11th st. nw. se20Ct
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room?, with or
without loard; convenient location; houe
newly papered and painted throughout; private
family. 414 Gth st. nw. apG-tf-em
ROOMS AND BOARD.
WANTED I will give good table board in ex-
cliange for piano lessons by first-class teacher.
A. A. I, this office se25-3t-em
FOR RENT To Catholic gentleman, room and
board near Immaculate Conception. Address
F. F. 3, this office. se25-3t-em
FOR RENT Handrome looms, 'with board, for 2
or 3 adults; near Capitol, Librarj-, navy yard.
G31 East Capitol st. sc25-3t
FOR RENT Free, 2 pleasant, unfurnished rooms,
In private family, to widow or single, re
fined lady, who will do light work in pay for
same Address E. E. S, this office sc25-3t
FOR RENT Willi table board, furnished room;
t-outhcrn exposure; $30. 919 Westminister st.
nw.. between 9th and 10th, S and T sts. se24-3t
LARGE second f-tory front; also other roans for
rent. 1017 12th st. nw. se21-3t
2153 L ST. N.W. Nicely furnished second story
rooms and good board; $35 for two in a room;
$1S for one se24-3t
BEAUTIFUL large, clean rooms, near Library
and Capitol; best table board; home cooking.
120 4 th pt. se se24-7t
TWO nice second floor rooms and board in pri
vate family. Call 513 M st. nw. se23-3t
FOR RENT 907 13th st. nw., two handsomely
furnished rooms; good board. sc23-3t
LARGE rooms, furnished, with board, $35 to $40
per month for two. 333S 1' st. nw. 6t23-3t
ROOMS AND BOARD Large, bright front rooms;
good board; reasonable rates, at 2313 Wash
ington Circle. se22-7t-em
ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished, with good
board. 444 II st. nw., MRS. STONE.
THE GENOA S0G-S 12th st, nw.; you can keep
cool while partaking of those delicious meals
at the Genoa; only $4 week; largest dining-room
in Washington; kept nice and cool by large elec
tric fans; beautiful rooms with electric lights
and private bath; very central and convenient to
all street car lines; reasonable rates to trans
ients; 'phone, 12S7. 1'. 11. MOORE, Prop.
WANTED The address of every person suffering
with chills and malaria; Gilbert's remedy is
guaranteed to cure in one day, or no pay; price,
50 cents, after the cure Address G. 14, this of
WANTED Second-hand furniture, gas ranges,
store fixtures, coflo mills, show cases, scales.
FRIES & HOPWOOD, Sth and K sts. nw. se25-3t
WANTED At SINCLAIR'S, G20 La. ave, fund
ture, showcases, coffee mills, scales, stock of
groceries; roll-top desk for spot cash. sc24-3t
WANTED Student readers in the new Philosoph
ical Education of the Consciousness, by expe
rienced school teacher; now taught in fccular
institutions' of learning throughout Europe and
America, and is positively the basis of all intcl
lcctual occupation. 912 1st st. nw. Pc23-lmo-cm
WANTED To buy rug 10x12 or larger; must be
good and cheap. Address F. IS, this office
WANTED To buy a salcon; state price and lo
cation. Address G. G. 10, this office
WANTED To buy a trunk; must be cheapo
F. 14. this office' se23:3t-cm
WANTED Highest cash prices paid for iron,
brass, copper, zinc, lead, rubber, and paper
stock; also all kinds of machinery, tools, plat
form scales, boilers, elevators, electric motors,
gas fixtures, etc., bought and sold. Address
or call II. BERNHEIMER, 028-930 C st nw.
WANTED BAUM BROS. PAY THE BEST
prices in the city for metals, such as brass,
copper, lead, iron, rubber, bottles, and all kinds
of paper stock, ete Address or call 200C 7th
nw. v jj-28-tf-cm.
WANTED Furniture of all kinds, antique in
particular; will buy stocks of merchandise;
cash prices paid; drop a postal, stating what
is for sale, and I'll call. H. ROSENBERG, sw.
corner ,$fh and D sts. nw. jv23 tf-em
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, 3d floor; light
housekeeping; well heated; near car lines;
reasonable rent. 941 M st nw. se25-3t:em
FOR RENT Unfurnished. Jovely communicating-
rooms, single or enpujtc; bay window:-brick;
business centre ,J530.jfsU.fiW- ,s223-3t-cm
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms for housekeep
ing. 1309 V st. nw. se25-3t-eni
FOR RENT 233 12thSsi'. sw., 2 unfurnished
rooms, water, hall, 0; will rent one, $4. It
FOR RENT Two unfuriinlifbd 2d floor rooms. 1537
9th nw. se25-3t
FOR RENT Unfurnishetl'rooms, at 022 H st.
FOR RENT Unfurnished, second floor, three
rooms; heat, gas, hot water. 127 Indiana ave.
FOR RENT Within half square Congressional
Library, 4-room flat; gas, heat, and bath;. for
light housekeeping; only $15. 223 A st se.
FOR RENT 2d and 3d flo'org for' light housekeep
ing; 3 rooms each. Call after i p. m., 1129
5th st. nw. se23-3t-em
FOR RENT 3 rooms, on 1st floor, including
heat and gas, $12. '3110 14th st, Mt. Pleas
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms, 2d floor; heat,
bath, and gas; light housekeeping; $12. 819
4th st ne. 'e23-3t-em
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms; heat, gas, and
bath; adults. 234 G st. ne sc'23-3t-cm
FOR RENT Three basement rooms to a caterer;
large range. 1123 10th st nw. de23-3t
FOR RENT Two or three unfurnished rooms on
second floor; also one furnished room; front;
private family. 1125 Gth St. nw. se23-3t
FOR RENT 1S21 G st. nw., large second story
front room, unfurnished, north and south ex
posure; choice rooms and location; reasonable.
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished rooms; cen
tral location; good neighborhood; reasonable
terms. 1020 Sth st. nw. sc23-3t
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms for light
housekeeping; rent $8; no children. 1730 7th
St. nw. . se23-3t
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms; ?heap.
C04 H st nw. se23-3t
FOR RENT ROUSES.
FOR RENT 400 K st. ne, 5-room house, $14.50.
FOR RENT Five-room house on Grant Road,
Tenleytown; large lot, stable, porches, cellar.
$10 per month; near cars. Apply ANDREW
PAYNE, Tenlevtown. se24-3t
FOR RENT Half price, small furnished house,
whole or part. AiTdrcss H. B. 1, this office.
FOR RENT 339 D rt. sw., 8 rooms; bath; newly
javi.u riliu l'4iuii-u, Illll, fit. IU .. J
FOR RENT 31th and Q sts. nw., new brick
houses, six rooms -and all improvements; fine
porches; wood shed, and good yard; concrete
rtreet; good neighborhood; price; $15.30 per
month; also store and C-room dwelling; same lo
cation, $20.50 per month. Apply to OWNER, 32d
and It slg., northwest corner. se2l-3t
FOR RENT 1000 Mas: ave. ne, 8 rooms and
bath; perfect condition; $37.50; 5-room flat,
3122 14th it., only $20. W. I METCALF. 1410
FOR RENT t: ,
1531 22d St., 12 rooms.. 2 B $50 00
1720 I St., 10 rooms.-'bath, GO 00
1701 q at., 10 rooms, bath' 65 00
409 1st st. se, 10 rooms, hath 30 50
119 Heckman St., G rooms, Tjath 17 SO
1248 Linden Place. 0 roomsv bath 15 30
1102 G st. ne, 6 rooms, bath 15 30
1742 Q st., 10 rooms, bath 65 00
937 R St., 10 rooms, bath 40 GO.
1G17 19th St., 12 rooms, bath SO 50
431 7th St. se, G rooms,- bath ..... 13 50
127 Heckman St., G room?, bath 17 30
239 St James Court ue., 4 rooms 8 00
Full list at office
so23-3t-cm WM. A.. EASTERDAY, 715 14th st.
FOR RENT 13:room house, part or whole, fur
nished or unfurnished. Sll I st. nw.
FOR RENT To desirable colored tenant. No. 302
P st. nw.. G-room, .bfick; water, gas, and
latrobe; near schools;' economical heater; only
$1G.50 per month. It BRADLEY, 1303 F st.
FOR RENTG-room corner.. house; a. m. L; $1S;
2 bay window?. ' Enquire S19 4th St. ne.
FOR RENT S13 and S15 N st nw., brick houses,
G looms; all modern improvements; suitable
for small families; onlv $15. By CHAS. S.
SHREVE, 1009 7th st. nw. sc23-3t
FOR RENT 1G09 7th St. nw., brick house in per
fect urdcr and condition; 9 rooms; all modern
improvements; only $33. rBv CHAS. S. SHREVE,
1009 7th st. nw. se23-3t
FOR RENT 1201 Q st. nw.; 0 rooms and bath;
elegant suite ot rooms on each floor; comer
house; side veranda; rent reduced to $45.63. V.
BALDWIN JOHNSON. aul9-tf
FOR RENT FLATS.
FOR RENT 5-room flat, including heat, gas, and
use of bath. G13 Pa. ave. se. se25-3t-em
FOR HENT Lovely second story flat of four
rooms. 719 Stli st. nw. se24-3t
FOR RENT ASTORIA FLATS, $5 to $12 month;
single rooms or en suite; with or without pri
vate bath; location, 3d and G sts. nw; most con
venient section of city. se23-lmo-em
FOR RENT Flat of four rooms, second floor.
211 3d st. ne., convenient to Capitol, between
C and Mass. ave. sc23-3t
FOR RENT STABLES.
FOR RENT-Stable; 3 stalls and water. Rear
1232 20th st. nw. se25-3t-cm
FOR RENT Splendid brick stable, in first-class
condition, $5 per month. 1411 Q st. nw.
FOR RENT STORES.
FOR RENT Grocery, meat, and provision store;
G-room -house; good business. 400 K st. ne.
BAD BILLS collected or no charge II. D. GOR
DON, Lawyer, 1335 F nw. sc25-Gt
LADIES' electric face massage fills out the face
and neck, removes wrinkles, blackheads, moth
patches; call this month and get ten days' treat
ment free. PROF. McKAY, of New York, 720
10th nw. se25-3t
LACE CURTAINS laundered for 35 cents. TENTH
STREET LAUNDRY, 721 10th st. nw.
DANCING MISS LEONARDO. Premiere Danseuse,
private academy, 1213 12th st. nw.; "advice,"
learn from those that are capable of teaching
LACE CURTAINS laundered at 35 cents per pair;
mail orders receive prompt attention. 25 F
st. nw. se21-3t
MISS BALCH'S INSTITUTE 1311 11th st. nw.;
thousands prepared for examinations; civil
service, census, Latin.e,ss3ns, etc. se24-lmo
FOR ladies' nurse consult MRS. OWENS, 4G
Myrtle st. ne 1 x ' se24-3t
1,000 CARDS, circulars; billheads, or tags, 75e
DAWSON, Cheapest "First-class Printer, 807
9th st. ' ' " sc23-3t-em
RETOUCHING LESSONS, by experienced teacher.
Address F. 19, this office se23-3t-em
CHAIR CANING Reasonable rates; send postal.
MRS. L. JOHNSON, .419. K st. nw. sc23-3t
CRUMP'S celebrated 'Tpiiie of Fruits and Spices,
sure cure for dysrVeffeia, indigestion, and all
stomach troubles. ORUMP MFG. CO., removed
to 1331 and 1330 9th st! nw. Send for circular.
se20-lmo-em r x
MADAME M. FUAL SMifh has returned and is
located at 515 12th sl. nw., ready to reno
vate furs, cloaks, wraps, etc. se22-7t
NATIONAL DANCING. COMPANY'S ACADEMY
Odd Fellows' Hallj 421 7th st. nw.; regular
class evenings, Tuesday; Thursday, Saturday; pri
vate class for beginners each evening at 7 o'clock.
PROF. JOS. B. CALDWELL, Instructor. JOHN
P. K1EFER, General Manager. se22-7t
SHELDON'S DANCING ACADEMY 1004 F st
nw., now open for the season. Call or send
for circulars. ,n . el9-7t
CAPITAL CLOCK REPAIRING CO., 1131 7th st
nw.; any ordinary clock cleaned, 50c; satis
faction guaranteed; send postal; will call for
and deliver free to any part of District.
PRINTING -AND BOOKBINDING Printing 500
cards, 75c; binding one volume ot maga
zine, 50c; other work-equally as. cheap. G. E.
WILLIAMS. G15 7th st. mv. aul5-3mos
FOR SALE Best dog cakes, flea coap, and medi
cines; tend for free pamphlets on the dog.
SCHMID'S BIRD STORE. 712 l?.tb st nw. yl3.
FOR SALE SUBURBAN.
FOR SALE 55 acres on railroad; nice improve
ments; $8,000; 38 acres, improved, $5,000;
both north of city; 15 acres,- 12-room house in
D. C, $G,500. W. PARKER SMITH, 1105 F st.
FOR SALE OR RENT HOUSES.
THOS. E WAGGAMAN,
Real Earnte Broker an A-etloacer.
.. 917 F Street N. W-
FOR SALE NORTHEAST.
17 3d st, b. h., 4r., lot 21x90 ft $3,800 01
1233 ,M, bakerv, 2 story, Or, a. m. i.... 3,100 01
1051) Bladensburg Road, f. h., Gr.. ....... 1.500 09
1151 and 1153 A; frames, Or offer wanted
1001 B st, b. h., 8r., bath and a. m. i.. $3,000 01
533 0th st, b. h., Gr., bath, and a. m. I.. 3,200 03
New Hampshire ave, near R; 25x93 ft.. $10,000 00
S, between 18th and 10th, 22&X100 ft.... 0,000 CO
M St., near 11th, 20x50 ft 4,500 03
Nw. corner 10th and Caroline sts., bet T and
U, 25x80 ft , $t 25
Sw. corner R. I. ave.'and 11th, 79x100 ft.... 3 5(1
R St., bet. 19th and 20th, 45x90 It 3 50
1915 Tst., lot 34x115 ft 3 00
14th St., between Clifton and Roanoke, 1CG.83
xlGO.43 ft 2.50
1200 21st St., lot 35 foot front 2 25
021 -N. J. ave, lot 22x123 ft 2 00
O, between 21st and 22d, 40xlW ft 2 IW
Huntington Place, bet 14th and 15th, 50x
145 ft 150
24th, bet. L and M, 52x122 ft 1 50
19th, bet. E and F, 60x155 ft L25
11th, bet. T and U, 22x93 ft 1 25
N, bet. 21st and 22d, 25x100 ft 1 25
P, bet 33d and 3tth, 47x150 ft 75
Va. ave, bet. 27th and 28th, 110x122 ft GO
Wisconsin ave, near St. Alban's Church,
60x200 ft 40
S St., bet 33d and 31th. 70x150 ft 40
210 N. J. ave nw., 7r $35 GO
921 9th st. nw., 7r 30 50
912 Va. ave. sw., Sr 4 ; 25 40
1235 Oth st nw., 7r . 25 33
118 E st. nw, Gr ; .' 22 50
943 C st sw., Sr 22 90
70 D st. ne, Gr 21 00
Sll 12th st. ne, Or 20 50
Third floor, GIG 9th st. nw'., 2r 15 00
Second floor, 010 Oth st. nw., 2r 20 00
East flat, second floor, 207 R st 14 00
1U0.K st, ne, Gr : ;. 12 W
503 Oth st. se, 5r 10. 50
503, 513, and 515 21st st. nw., 4r 10 30
1325 I s-t. ne, Gr 10 00
First floor, 1839 L st. nw., 3r 10 00
1721 5th st. nw., 4r.-. 9 00
1030 12th t. se, Gr 8 30
Rear 623 M st. nw., 4r 8 00
Call for semi-monthly .Bulletin.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE Wiley st. ne, brick, 5 rooms and
bath, $1,800; $25 cash and $15 per month;
G st ne, 6 rooms; a. m. i.; $2,000; $25 cash,
$25 per month. Address OWNER, 512 10th st. nw.
FOR SALE At a bargain, a choice residence;
10 rooms; corner 15th and Corcoran sts. nw. ;
in first-class, condition. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER,
920 F st. nw. se25-3t-em
FOR SALE 9-room cottage, Anacostia, to color
ed; little cash, balance $10 per month, $2,
500. W. M. YAGER & CO., 50S llth st. nw.
FOR SALE A gem on Oth St. sw., press brick;
G rooms and bath; a. m. i. ; nice lot; rent
$20; price only $2,750. C. BOYER & SON. 211
7th st. sw. ie2tti
FOR SALE K st. nw., G-room brick; pric?, ?,-
700; terms', $500 or less cash, balance $20
monthly. W. C. HALDEMAN, 717 14th st. sc24-3t
FOR SALE At once, nearly S per cent net in-
vestment; brick; G rooms and bath; good
tenant; price, $1,500, and litHe cash required
now; insurance F. 2, this office. se23-3t-cm
FOR SALE $1,000 cash, balance on time, will
buy property worth $7,000; tenanted, and
renting for $51 per month. Address A. 12, this
FOR SALE Two 10-room, stone and press brick
houses; a. m. i., to colored people, on 19th
st nw., at $5,250 each; only $1,150 cash re
quired on each. S. M. JONES, 1000 F st., Room 3.
FOR SALE Having purchased two houses at pub
lic auction, will sell same at $500 less than
they actually cost to build; will sell on most any
terms desired; $250 cash and $20 per month until
paid; G rooms and bath; electric bells and nice
range; press brick front; situated in the north
west; cars in front of door; this Is an opportu
nity of a lifetime for anvone wishing to pur
chase a small home. T. W. STUBBLEF1ELD, own
er, Room 2, Merts building. se22-7t-em
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Yacht, Ethel May; one-fourth value;
all appurtenances new. Fcot 13th st, sw.
FOR SALE At a sacrifice. 1 oak and 1 cherry
bedroom set; 1 iron and brass bedstead; chif
fonier; oak hall rack; odd chairs and tables. 91S
II st nw. se25-3t-em
FOR SALE Ticket for diamond ring; in for $25;
sell ticket cheap. Address E. 14, this office
FOR SALE $700 worth of furniture for one-third
value; any quantity desired; must sell at
once. CAVE, 1015 11 st. nw. sc25-3t-cm
FOR SALE $2.50 buvs the best mattress in the
city. FRIES & HOPWOOD, Sth and K sts.
FOR SALE 50 ft. wood picket fence, $2. Call
131 Maryland ave ne It
FOR SALE Handsome double baby carriage;
good as new; cost $35; will take $10. 227 In
diana ave. nw. fc24-3t
FOR SALE Dress goods, silks, lace curtains, por
tieres, blankets, comforts, men's and boys'
clothing, etc., on weekly payments. Drop postal,
I call. JOSEPH CAHN. 210 4 st. nw. se24-3t
FOR SALE First-class sewing machines; "all
makes, at $3, $7, and $10; satisfaction guaran
teed; machines repaired for $1. SINCLAIR fc
CO., G2G La. ave. nw. e24-3t
FOR SALE Safe, vaults, desks; easy terms; safes
repaired. 1343 F st. nw. " sc24-3t
FOR SALEPawn ticket for diamond ring in for
$2G. Address E. 1G, this office. sc23-3t
FOR SALE New $50 folding bed for $23; mirror
front. Address E. 15, this office sc23-3t
FOR SALE Pawn ticket for diamond ring in for
$20. Address E. 19, this office. se23-3t
FOR SALE Folding bed, plate mirror front, near
ly new; bargain; also ladies' new bicvele,
used only two weeks. 224 C st nw., 9 to J2 a.
FOR SALEPawn ticket for diamond ring, in
for $13. Address E. IS, this office se23-3t
FOR SALE One S-foot show case, nickel frame;
also one 12-drawer cabinet letter file; walnut
Applv CIGAR STORE, 13th and G stst nw.
FOR SALE Schooner Anna Marts. C. N. HAM
METT, 2255 10th st. nw. se22-7t
FOR SALE A new $60 Domestic Sewing Machine,
one of the company's finest makes; will sell
at very great sacrifice to an immediate cash pur
chaser. Address C 8, this office se21-Gt-cm
FOR SALE Second-hand safes and repairing, and
keys made. 1100 E st. nw. sel9-7t
FOR SALE Furniture for 9-room house; in good
condition; rent low; central location; call
after i p. m. E. M. STOCKTON, 932 Pa. ave
FOR SALE Best milk in sealed jars; 5c per quart
Address C. 15. this office. au31-30t
OILCLOTH for table, lie yard; Dlaok oilcloth,
suitable for covering wagons, cte, 15c and
25c yard; oilcloth for the floor, 20c and 25e
square yard; laid free. KLEBLATT'S, llth and H
sts. ne jy25-tf
FOR SALE Good quality opaque shades, fitted to
your windows, only 25c; the best quality
oil opaque chades, 60 cents; hung free; will call
with samples. KLEEBLATT'S, llth and H sts.
FOR SALE $2.98 for 6-foot extension table; $2.50
for lounge; $5 for cook and gasoline stoves
nd refrigetators, $2.50; parlor and bedroom suite,
$1 per week, cash cr credit. REDMOND. 313 7th
st. nw. ap26-tf
FOR SALE BICYCLES.
WE HAVE just received 29 bicycles from Roach &
Barnes, of Philadelphia, with positive orders
to sell; no reasonable offer will b3 refused; these
bicycles are 1S99 $50 Clovers, manufactured by
the famous Barnes Mfg. Co., and arc the strong
est and most beautiful bicycle constructed today;
tires from $1.39 up, mechanically put on. NEW
YORK CYCLE CO., 424 9th st. nw. sa24-3t
HIGHEST cash "prices paid for old bicycles, type-
-writers, cash registers, and sewing 'machines.
740 10th st. nw. se23-3t-cm
FOR SALE Must sell my high-grade gents wheel;
sacrificed to a quick buyer; in excellent condi
tion. 1015 L st. nw. se22-6t-cm
FOR SALE Sec our line of second-hand wheels.
PENSION CYCLE CO., 445 G st "nw.
WANTEI-To exchange, in part payment for a
UUUSt UH WUlUlUUld 41CilllS, u. well UUllt O-
room unincumbered dwelling, located in S, near
9th st nw. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 920 F st. nw.
Baltimore & Ohio
Schedule in effect June 12, 1539.
Leave Washington from station corner of Nsw
Jersuy Avenue and O Strest
For Chicago and Northwest, Vcstibulcd Limited
trains 10:35 a. rn., 8:05 p. m daily.
For Cincinnati, St Louis, and Indianapolis,
Express, 10:53 a. m. Vestibulcd Limited 3:40 p.
m., express 12:03 night, daily.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, 10:33 a. m. and
8:30 and 11:53 p. va., daily.
For Columbus, Toledo and Detroit, 12:05 night.
For Winchester and way stations, 9:00, 10:55
a. m. and 5:.i0 p. ui.
For Luray, 3:40 p. m. daily.
For Baltimore, week days, x2:33, 5:00, 6:30.
x7:05, x7:10, x8:00. x3:30, 8:33, :v3:30, xl0:00 a.
m:, xl2:05, n, 12:15, xl:15, x3:00, x3:30, 3:35..
x4:30, -4:33, x5:05, x5:10. xo:30, x6:20, 0:30, xS:O0.
8:30, cl0:CO, 11:30, xll:50 p. m. Sundays, x2l
x7:05, X7-10, x3:00. 8:30, x9:00 a. in., xl2:05.
1:00. xl:15, x3:CO, 3:33, 4:33, x5:05, x3:10, 0:30.
xS:0O, xl0:CO. 11:30. xll:50 p. m.
For Annapolis. 7:10 a. m.; 12:15. and 5:30 p.
m. Sundays. 8:30 a. m.; 4:35 p. m.
For Frederick, week days, 9:00, 10:55 a. m..
4:30, 5:30 p. m. Sundays, 0:00 a. m., 1:13 p. rn.
For Hagerstown, 10. :33 a. m. and 5:30 p. m.
For Boyd and way points, week day. 9 a, m.
(stopping at principal points only): i:30, 5:30,
7:03 p. m. Sundays, 9:00 a. m., 1:13, 7:03 p. m.
For Gaithcrsburg and way points, week days,
8:30 a. m.. 12:50, 3:00, 4:33, 5:33, 7:05. 11:25
p. m. Sundays, 9:00 a. m., 1:15, 4:33, 7:05, 10:13
For Washington Junction and way points, 9:00
a. m., 4:30, 5:30 p. in. week days, 9:00 a. m ,
1:15 p. m. Sundays.
Royal Bine Line.
All trains illuminated with Pintsch light
For Baltimore, Philadelphia, New- Yorlc, Bos
ton, and the East week days, 7:03, 3:30, 10:00
a. m., 12:05. 1:15 p. m. (Dining Cars). 3:00
"Royal Limited," Exclusively Pullman Train.
Dining Car, 5:03 (Dining Car), 8:00, 11:50, and
2:33 night; (Sleeping Car open 10:00 o'clock).
Sundays. 7:03, 0-00 a. ro., 12:03 noon, 1:13 Dining
Car, 3:00, 5:05 Dining Cars. 8:00. 11:50 (Sleeping
Car open 10:00 o'clock) and 2:35 night.
Parlor Cars on all day trains.
For Atlantic City, 10:00 a. m 12:05 noon, and
1:15 and 3:00 p. m. week days. 12:03 noon Sun
days. For Cape May, 12:03 neon.
"Except Sunday. xExpress train.
Baggage called for and checked from hotel!
and residences by Union Transfer Co. on orders
lpft at ticket offices. G1D Pennsylvania Avenue
N.W., New York Avenue and 15th Street, and at
F. D. UNDERWOOD. D. B. MARTIN.
2d V. P. and Gen. Man. Mgr. Pas3. Traffic.
Norfolk & Washington
- Every day in the year for Norfolk, New-
port News, and all points South, by tht
superb, powerful steel palace steamers
"Newport News," "Norfolk," and "Wash
ington, en the following schedule:
Lv. Washington.G.30 pm
Lv. Alexandria..7.09 pm
Ar. Ft. Monroe.7.00 ant
Ar. Norfolk 8.00 am
Ar. Portsmouth.8.15 am
Lv. Portsmouth.5.00 pm
Lv. Norfolk 5.15 ;..
Lv. Ft. Monroe..fl.45 .-.
Ar. Alexandria.. 6.3.0 an.
Ar. WasliiGgton..OU an.
Tickets on sale ut 817 Pcnn. ave, B, alio
u. ticket office, 619 Penn. ave, ana cornet
15th st. and N. Y. ave, C. & O. ticket of
Acts, at 513 Penn. ave., and UX) llth St..
S. A. L. ticket office, 1434 N. Y. ave, am.'
on board steamers.
3For further information apply at gen
eral offices, 7th st, wharf. Wash. D. C
n2StL- JOHN CALLAHAN. General Manager.
"Ericsson Line Excursions."
iTTKACTlVE WATER ROUTE FROM
To Philadelphia (day boat) every day (ex.
cept Sunday) at 7:30 a. ra ...$1
To Philadelphia (night steamers) $2 00
To Philadelphia and return by rail $3 W
To Cape May (from Philadelphia by rail)... $3 25
To Cape May and return (ten days) $4 00
To Cape May and return (season) $ 25
To Atlantic City (trom Philadelphia by rail) .$2 73
To Atlantic City and return (ten dais) $3 75
To Atlantic City and return (season) $4 W
To Asbury Park, Ocean Grove, Long Branch.$4 00
To Asbury Park, Ocean Grove, Long Branch
and return, season (trom Philadelphia by
rail) $9 GO
To New York (from Philadelphia by rail)....$l 03
To New York and return (eleven days) $6 00
Night steamers (except Sundays) from wharf.
Light and Pratt Streets, at 5 p. m. Write for
descriptive pamphlet and fishing grounds at Bet
tcrton. Tickets for sale at OFFICE ONLY. Also
tickets for Chester. Pa., Newcastle, DeL, Albany.
Troy, Saratoga Springs, Newport, R. L; Fall
River, Boston, New Haven, Bridgeport, Conn.;
Portland, Me, and points notth. Tickets to
Philadelphia en sale in Washington at B. fc
O. Ticket Office, Pennsylvania Avenue and B.
& O. depot.
CLARENCE SHRIVER, Agent. 204 Light St..
FAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
NEW YORK SOUTHAMPTON LONDON.
CALLING, WEST-BOUND, AT CHERBOURG.
Sailing Wednesdays at 10 a. m.
St. Paul.. .September 27 t New York.. ..October 25
New York October 4 ! St, Louis. ..November 1
St Loui3 October 11 f St. Paul November S
St Paul October IS 1 New York-November 15
PHILADELPHIA. QUEENSTOWN, LIVERPOOL.
Belgenland Sept. 30, 6:00 a. m.
KED STAB LINE.
NEW YORK ANTWERP PARIS.
Every Wednesday at 12 noon.
Noordland Sept. 27 I Southwark Oct. 11
Friesland Oct. 4 Westernland Oct. 13
Thrsc steamers carry only cabin and third-class
passengers, at low rates.
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY.
Piers 14 and 15, N. R. Office. 73 Broadway, N. Y.
Philadelphia Office. 305-307 Walnut St.
WASHINGTON OFFICE 1303 F ST. N. W
Or W. G. MOSS. Agent. 921 Pa. Ave.
WANTED $2,000 for extension oi" cstabihed busi
ness; large returns. Address G. G. 3, this
FOR SALE Dining and lunchroom having nice
trade Apply ARCHITECT OFFICE. G23 E
st. nw. se23-3t-cra
FOR SALE One of the most centrally located
livery and boarding stables, on prominent
business street; 20 boarders; horses, carriages, and
harness; lease and fixtures; must be sold at once;
rricc, $1,500. Address G. G. S, this office..
DINING-ROOM Cash receipts. $10 daily; price,
$500; leaving city. NEW YORK BUSINESS
BROKERS, 1006 F st. se2l-3t
GROCERY Established 20 years; clearing $100
monthlv; owner retiring. NEW YORK BUSI
NESS BROKERS, I0OG F st. se24-3t
25-ROOM boarding and rooming house, clearing
$150 monthly;, price, $400. NEW YORK
BUSINESS BROKERS. 1006 F st se24-3t
CONFECTIONERY and ovster house; fine trade;
retiring. "NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS,
1000 F st. se21-3t
FOR SALE Cigar, confectionery, and stationery
store. 029 Pa. ave se. se2f-3t
WANTED A bright, active man, well and favor
ably known in Washington to sell mining
stock; this is a legitimate enterprise and will
show the right partv several thousand dollars.
Address E. A. GODDING, 32 Broadwav. New
York. City. sc24-3t
HALF INTEREST in business netting monthly
from $150 to $500; price $250. Address F. 12,
this office ' se2l-3t
FOR SALE Good grocery store; cheap. Address
G. 13, this office sc2-3t
WANTED Amateurs and art students who wish
to learn quickly to make a good deal of
money, are urged to address A. A. 5, this office.
FOR SALE $400 will buy stock and fixtures of
grocery store; oldest and best located in sw.;
doing good business. Address A. 9, this office
WANTED To buy, interest i.n small hotel by ex
perienced man and wife Address F. 17, this
FOR SALE Confectionery and grocery store;
cash trade; rent $11.50; can be bought cheap.
Apply 33G 22d st. nw. se22-5t
FOR SALE Grocer", meat, and provision store;
doing strictly cash business; good neighbor
hood; cheap; good chance; large G-room house
and store; rent only $12 per month; will give
lease; good reasons for selling. Enquire on prem
ises. FRANK JUNGHAUS & BRO., Nickolson
ave, Twining City, D. C. sc21-7t-cm
FOR RENT In West End Market, cor. 22d and
P sts., 2 butcher's stands, 2 vegetable stands,
2 ham and bacon stands, 2 floristVstands, 2 mis
cellaneous stands: market heated by steam.
CHAS. E. BANES, llth and G sts. sel2-llt
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE;
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for real estate, the
best located- and. paying fancy grocery and
fruit corner in the nw.; no store within two
squares; strictly cash trade. Address I. .17. thU
1 office. sc25-3t-eni
STATION CORNER. O? SUTH AND B STS.
7:55 A. M. WEEK DAYS, PITTSBURG EX
PRESS Parlor and Dining Cars Harrfjburg- lo
10:50 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED PulK
man Sleeping, Dining, Smoking, and Obsirrai
tion Cars Harrisburg to Chicago, Ciacinatl,
Indianapolis, St Louis, Cleveland, and Toledo.
Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisbcrg.
10:50 A. M. FAST LINE Pullman Bufl-t Parlor
C3r to Harrisburg. Buffet Parlor Car H-rris-burg
3:30 P. JL CHICACO AND ST. LOUIS EX
PRESS Sleeping Car Washington to Sr, Louis;
and Sleeping ad Dining Cars Harrtsburg to
Indianapolis, St. Louis, Louisville- (via .Cincin
nati), and Chicago.
7:20 P. M. WESTERN E-TPRESS-Punrcaa Sleepi
ing Car to Pitt-burff and Caicago. Ditg Cat
7:20 P. M. -SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS PuRi
man Sleeping- Cars Washington to Pittsbura
and Harriiburg to St Louis, Cleveland, aiq
Nashville, via Cincinnati. Dining Car. Ccr
nects for Louisville via Cincinnati.
10:40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS Pullman Sleep:
ins Car to Pittsburg.
7:55 A M. For Kane, Cacandaigua, Rochester,
and Niagara FalU. daily, except Sunday.
10:50 A. M. For Elmlra aad Henovo daily, ex
cept Sunday. Fcr Williamsport daily. 3:30 P.
7:20 P. M. For Williamsport. Rochester. Eri
Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily, except Sii
-rday, with Sleeping Car Washingtcn to Roclv
10:40 P. JL For Erie, Canarsdaigua, Rochester.
Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily. Pullmaa
Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester Satur
For Philadelphia, New York, and the
4:00 P. M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED."
daily, all Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from
Baltimore Regular at 7:00 (Dining Car). 7.20.
7.55, S.15, 9.00, 10.00 (Dining Car), and 11.00
(Dining Car from Wilmington) A M., 12.45,
3.15, 5.0O (Dining Car from Baltimore). 6.50.
. 10:00, and 11:50 P. M. On Sunday, 7:00 (Dining
Car), 7.20. S.15, 9.00, 11.00 (Dining Car frrai
Wilmington) A. M.. 12.15, 3.15. 5.00 (Dining
Car from Baltimore), 0:50. 10:00. 3rd 11:50 P.
M. For Philadelphia only. Express. 12.15 P. K.
wcek-day3, 2.01. and 5.40 P. M. daily.
For Boston, without change, 7.55 A M. week.
day3 and 5.00 P. M. daily.
For Baltimore, 0.20, 7.00. 7.20. 7.53. 8.15, 9.G0.
10.00, 10.50. 11.00 A M.. 12.15. 12.45. 12.58.
2.01. 3.15. 3.30 (4.00. Limited). 4.20, 4.31. 5.00.
5.40. 6.15, G.50. 7.20, 10.00, 10.40. 11.15, and
1L50 P. M. On Sunday. 7.0O. 7.20. 3.15. 9.00,
S.35. 10.50, ILOO A M.. 12.15. 1.15. 2.01. 3.15.
3.30 (4.00. Limited), 4.20, 5.00, 5.40, fl.15, 6.50,
7.20. 10.00. 10.40. and 11.50 P. M.
For Pope'3 Creek Line, 7:55 A M. and 4 ill P. M.
week days. Sundays 9:05 A M.
For Annapolis, 7:00 and 0:G0 A M., 12:15 and
5:40 P. M. dailr. etcent Sunday. Sunday;,
9:00 A M. and 4:20 P. M.
Express fcr Florida and pciats on Atlantic Coast
Line 4:30 A M.. 3:46 P. JL daily; Richmcnd
only. 11:45 A. M. week days; Atlanta Special,
via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line. 6:00' P.
Jf. daily. Accommodation for Qstico, T:U
A. M. daily and 4:25 P. JL week days.
For Atlantic City (via Delaware Rlrtr Bridg.
all-rail route), 11:00 A M. daily, 12:43 P. 1L
week days (through Pullman Buffet Parlor Car,
3:15 (4:00 "Congressional Limited") P. JL
daily, via Market Street Wharf. 10:00 and ll:fr
A. JL, 12:15 P. JL week days, 1150 daily.
Saturdays cr.ly. 9:00 A M.
For Capo May. 10:00. 11:00 A M., 12:15 P. M.
week days. 11:50 P. M. dally.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and G Streets.
and st the staticn, Sixth and B Streets, whert
orders can be left for the checking cf baggags
to destination from hotels and residence.
Telephone call "1441" for Pennsylvania Rail
road Cab Service.
J. B. HUTCHINSON, J. R. WOOD.
General Jfanager. General Passenger Aee-fc.
Southern Ey. .'-
(Schedule in effect Jfay 7, 1529.)
AH trains arrive and leave Pennsylvania Pas
b:01 A M.. Daily, local for Danville, Char
lotte, and way stations connects at Manassas daily "
for Strasburg and Harrisonburg, aad at Lvncli
burg with the Norfolk and Western daily," nd
with C. & O. R. R. for Natural Bridge dai.y. and
Lexington daily, except Sunday; also eoncec.U
at Catverton for Warrenton and Fauquier White
11:15 A. JL Daily, the UNITED STATES FAST
MAIL, Pullman Sleepers New York aad Wash
ington to Jacksonville, uniting at Salijbury wiji
Pullman Sleeper for Asheville and Hot Springs.
N. C; Knoxville, Chattanooga, and Memphis.
Term., and at Charlotte with Pcl.'man -slteper Us
Augusta. Pullman Sleeper. New York to New Or
leans, uniting at Charlotte with Pullman Sleeper
or Atlanta and Birmingham. Solid train, Vih
mgtcn to New Orleans without change. Dining
Car service Sunset personaRy conducted touruc
excursion, sleeper on this train, every Tuesday, and
Friday, to San Francisco without change. ." "
4:01 P. M. Local for Frcnt Roral, Strasburg
and Harrisonburg, daily, except Sunday.
4:S9 P. JL Daily, local for Charlottesville;
connects at Calverton for Warrenton and Fau
quier White Sulphur Springs.
9:20 P. JL Daily. NEW YORK AND FLORIDA
EXPRESS, carries Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars.
New York and Washington to Tampa, via Savan
nah and Jacksonville, and to Augusta, via Co
lumbia. ith connection fcr Aiken.
9:20 P. M. Daily. "WASHINGTON" AND CHAT
TANOOGA LIMITED," via Lynchburg, with
through Sleepers from New York and Washington
to Jlemphis and New Orleans, through. BrbteL
Through coach Washington to Memphis. Cafe.
Parlor, and Observation Car between Kadford,
Va., and Attalla, Ala., serving- all meals.-
10:45 P. JL Dailv. ASHLN'UTuX AND
SOUTHWESTERN VESTIBULED LIMITED, com
posed if Iullman vestibuled Sleepers. Dining
Cars, and Day Coaches, Pullman sleepers, New
York to Nashville, Tenn.. via Asheville. Kncx
villc, and Chattanooga; New York to Jlemphis.
via Birmingham; New York to New Orleans, xix
Atlanta and Montgomery. Punnun, Library, ami
Observation Car between New York and Wash
ington and Atlanta. Vestibuled Day Coach.
Washington to Atlanta. Southern Railway Dining
Car. Greensboro to Jlontomerv-.
TRAINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO DI
VISION leave Washington 9:01 A. JL daily, apd
1:00 P. M. and 4:43 P. JL daily, except StHKhy,.
and G:25 P. JL Sunday only, for Round Hilt; (:.
P. JL daily, except Sunday, for Leesbtwg. and
0:23 P. JL daily for Herndon. Returning, arrive
at Washington 3:2G A. JL and S:10 P. JL ihHy.
and 2:45 P. JL daily, except Sunday, front Rend
Hill, and 7:0(J A. JL daily, except Sunday, ftam
Herndcn. and S:3l A M." daily, except Sunday,
Through trains from the South arrive at Wash
ington 6:12 and 7:40 A- JL; 2:15 and 9:03 P. JL
daily. Harrisonburg. 12 noon daily, etccpt Sun
tiiv, and 9:03 P. JL daily; from Charlottesville,
S:30 A. JL daily.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation?, and other in
formation furnished, and baggage called for and
checked from hotel and residences by Unin
Transfer Company, on orders left at Tiefcet Of
fice, 7C5 Fifteenth Street northwest; 311 Penn
sylvania Avenue northwest, and at Pennsylvania
Telephone call, 1441 for Pennsylvania Railroad
FRANK S. GANNON. Third Vice President and
J. Jf. CULP. Traffic Jfanager.
W. A. TURK. General Passenger Agent
LS. BROWN, General Agent.
FOR SALE HORSES AND VEHICLES.
FOR SALE Family marc; suitable for ladies to
drive; also 2 general business horses. 4S3 Pa.
ave. nw. se25-7t-em
FOR SALE A good sound IiOKe; price, ?60. Ad
dress 912 llth st. nw. se2t-3t
FOR SALE Be quick; 2 light delivery wagoiu
and 2 horses. Rear 1012 llth st. nw.
FOR SALE A fine Stanhope doctor's phaeton;
nearly new; cost 100; will sell at JJOQ; one
canopytop surrey, but little used; cost ?273;
will sell at $130; one ball-beuring, rubber' tire
runabout. Call REX STABLES, 613 E st. nw.
FOR SALE Stylish saddle horse. Lumber Yard,
corner South Capitol and G sts. sw. se23-3f
LOST On Saturday evening; September 23; os
12tlw near B st. sw.. a child's turquoise brace-,
let Reward if returned to 1201 Virginia ave.
LOST Setter pup, female, white, with black head.
Reward if returned to 2203 JIass. ave. -sc25-3t-em
LOST Bunch of keys. Retutn to 26 Sth nw.;
LOST Fox terrier dog; orange and white; lami
right hind leg; stump tail; tag number 5S12J '
name Tim. Reward for return to 3231 N st.
LOST Diamond ring Friday afternoon. Returz
to Box Office 'Grand Opera House; reward.
LOST Thursday night, watch fob with go!
medal attached, dated Estcr, 1891. Reward
if returned to 1336 nth st. nw. se23-3t
FOUND Ice cream, pure and delicious, 70c p4
gallon. LACEY CREAMERY CO.. C07 X. "f,
eve. nw. 'Phone. 2081. Jc27-tt
FOR RENT TYPEWRITERS.
FOi: RENT Typewriters at special prices. wttT
privilege of purchase; standard makes, unit
rcrsal key beard; best grade ribbor-i ?ii per
dozen; roicc in and do your typewriting; temy
-ncclttatc. NEWMAN'S, fill 7th it. ijS-Smat
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