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TJ1E MUXiNUSGt TlJHJSSr KUisuJLr, JWUSUUARX 28, 1897
HELP WANTED MALE AND
BIX. MILLION PEOPLE voted Tor lion,
W. J. Urvan. His only book, "The Firt
Battle,' is uow ready. Agents making
5-5 to $151) iter week; the greatest Keller
or Hie age: send Tor outfit quick. Beware
of fraudulent books- W. B. GONKEY COM
PANY. Sole Publishers, inicago. '"--g".
TOnli'mlMi ..11 -I,..,. fr.i- Tf1Tlr.llV'S Bat-
tie for Protection and Sound Money
Contains biogiaphy and jtitinlts oi his
Oal.ir.et: introduction by Cliauncey liepeu,
financial cliaMor by John Sherman: only
51.50: big book, big tomn.lhsions, l:o
iianza for agent: credit fiu-i; f I c"gbM"v
outfits free. Address THE .DOMINION
CO.. Dept. 3. Chicago. "
WANTED 500 white and colored men and
women for the rush. Call quick at S. A.
COOMBS AGENCY. 519 10th ?L nw
WANTED 1,000 waiters, cooks, die-wishers,
laundresses, pantry women: 1..0 to
$4 ner dav; chambermaids and general
lmu-wiiUeTS. CITY INTELLIGEN" r, Or-
F1CE. 427 nth St- nw. fc2i-t
PROFITABLE EMPLOYMENT for teach
ers, students, and energetic . men or
women of good address on high-grade
epeciultv:good pay for good work- J H1L
Lir. 7il Ktli t.t. nw.. to 12.
WANTED 200 colored waiters- $1, $1.50
;uii s: iifr duv. DICK'S HOTEL
AGENCY, C13 7th St. fo2G-3t
ALL kinds of help furnished free of charge
uy mail or calling, from S a. in, until
11 p. in. No. 1717 11th st. nw. fe24-t
IIPI.P WANTKD MALE.
WANTEI)-A "good barber. Apply 727
7th st. nw.; residence, 473 1 st. nw.,
ti. MILLER. fc28-3t
"WANTED-Several experienced bundle
wrappers M. GOLDENBERG. 928 i Hi.
"WANTED 50 men or boys: the best in
augural novelty: big profits; no ri6K.
Call 9 a. in., d floor, 417 7th st. nw.
"WANTED -A voung man with some expe
rience in tutting butter as clerk in butter
etore. 1209 11 Kt. nw. It
"WANTED -Men and boys to sell inaug
ural programs on Marcli 4; call early,
big profits? G. E. WILLIAMS. Printer
and Bookbinder, Gl 5 7th st. nw. fc2S-4t
"WANTED -Three bright, active young men
as bicvcleinstructors. Address BICYCLE,
this olfice. ll
WANTED Al canvassers: liberal com
misMoii on leadv selling arUcleor merit:
no books: pennanent position to right man.
Address M. X. T.. this office. fe2H-.lt
WANTED An experienced boy to set type.
bOG E rt.. mv., third floor. fe2S-3C
WANTEU-Fiftv men; G. A. E- preferred.
A pill v at stage door Lafayette Opera
iii.nvK "smiibv. .-it 4 o'clock sharp. lt.em
WANTED -A n industrious man to sell
the Singer sewing machine. Appl 010
li .t. nw. Ie2-3t.cm
WANTED -A young colored man to v. ash
dishes and do general work. Apply -4.0
lsi st. nw. lci-3t
VA".'Tn An experienced grocery clerk:
must be settled and "well recommended.
Address GKOCER. this office. fe27-3t
. .. . j. ..,. ..,.... . U ..! M. s. !"
.'si V..uj ai'ii.ou pLZZle n laith. Apply
after 10 a. m. at Konn r4,"Vaic cr build
ing, oniheasi corner 9th and sts.
WANTED This is vour harvest wide
awake men can make big money by han
dling the bet article in the market during
Inauguration We will start you out to suc
cess. Call at one.;. Room 17, Warder Bond
ing. 9lh and F sts. nw. fe--3t
B-iwuii .ut-iineii can earn sly a clny
filing iuai'guiatioa novelty. (Jill 0b
Louisiana ave. fe-6-3t
AGENTS and street men make big money:
Uier t Co.'s "Living Photographs:' a
miniature kineto.-eope: speakers, boxers.
Little Egvpt: new i-celies, etc.. etc. NOV
ELTY EXPORT CO.. sole agiMs. Wash
ington Branch, Central Power Station.
Pennsylvania ave. Main office. 1270
Bioadwav. New York. fe26-7t.
wft'l.i-i oi i.m- -i ten C,J.-, itli iO;.S
witli j.ood Hcvcles for mp.-setgci ser
vice: 75' cents per day. AppH 142S F
WANTED -White barber for Saturday and
alluextweek. 9057thst. nw. fc2r.-3t-em
WANTED Men who want to make money
during inauguration to sell official Mc
Kiulev cane; call early. E. A. STTEBEL.
514 fitli st. nw. fc21-7t-cm
WANTED -Men cooks. 53 and 55 per day:
bakers, 53 and 54 day; carvers, $3 day;
bartenders. 53 and 55 day: waiters, 52
dav. DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY. 613 7th
WANTED 500 liovs to take civil bervice
examinations fur'nies-sangers in govern
ment departments: instruction terms mod
erate Address WASHINGTON CIVIL
SERVICE SCHOOL, Washington, D. C.
J IKLP W A NT Eli F EM ALK
WANTED Ladies -S100 in gold free.
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not appear again. Who can form the
greats.-.! number oi words from the letters
In "Endeavors?" You can make twenty or
more words, we feel sure, and if you do,
you will receive a good reward. Use no
letter unless found in the word. Lse no
language except English. Use any dic
tionary. Pronouns, nouns, verbs, adverbs,
prefixes, suffixes, adjectives, proper nouns,
plurals allowed. Anything that is a legiti
mate word. Work It out in this manner:
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dear, deer, ear, ears, and, or, ore, par,
oars. etc. Use these words in your list.
The publisher of Woman's World and
Jeuness Miller Monthly will pay 20.00
in gold ti tue person able to make the
largest list of words from the letters In
the word "Endeavors;" 510.00 Tor the sec
ond; S5.00 for the third; $5.00 for the
rourth.and S2.00 each for the thirty next
largest lists. The above rewards are giv
en free and without consideration for the
purpose of attracting attention to our hand
bome woman's magazine, thirty -iix pages,
one hundred and forty-four long columns,
finely illustrated, and all orginal matter,
long and short stones by the best authors;
&rice 51.00 per vear. It isnecessaryforyou.
) enter the contest, to send 1 2 two-cent
stamps for a three months' trial subscrip
tion with vour list of words. and every per
bon sending the 24 cents and a list of twenty
Avords ormoreisguaniuteedanextra pres
ent, b v return mail (in addition to the mag
azine)", or a 17G-page book, "Beyond Re
call," bv Adeline Sergeant a, powerful love
romance. Satisfaction guaranteed in ev
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be sent at once, and not later than Marcti
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ful contestants will be printed in April Is
fcue, published in March. Our publication
has been established nine years. We re
fer you to any mercantile agency for our
standing. Make your list now. Audress
J. II . PLUMMER. Publisher, 225-6-7 Tem
ple Court Building. Dept M. C..N. Y. City.
WANTED-Girl for oHice work. 921 F
st. MORAN. Room 1. It
WANTED -Willing, intelligent white "wo
man as general household help in small
filially: good home for right person: if liv
ing near, may go home nights. 1251 M st.
WANTED-Girl for general housework.
Apply 624 Pa. ave nw. it
WANTED House to house canvassers on
household necessity; good salary or lib
eral commission; experience unnecessary.
Address TURNER, this office. fe28-7t
CHAMBERMAIDS, waiters aud good cooks;.
Call sit 1717 11th st. nw. It-em
A ENERGETIC, trustworthy girl to do
general work; reference required. 122G
lnth st nw. l t-em
WANTED A nice, rerined housemaid;stay
at night. 30Cst.mv. Item
WANTED Experienced "waitress; also an
experienced man to assist in lunchroom.
Apply, Sunday afternoon, No. 309 7th ot.
WANTED Six reliable "Women for -waiters
and chambermaids. 306 G st. nw.
WANTED A white woman for general
housework at 635 A bt. ne.; call bet. 5
and t p. in. fe27-3t
WANTED Reliable colored woman to cook
Tor two in Tamily; good wages. 1026
21st fit .nw. fe27-3t
WANTED Apprentice in hair diessing at
13Q7 U nw - fc27-3t
WANTED By small family, young woman
. ... ....., . ... ........T. f , 4 f ,..... ,
"V Ai'i Eu Cookanu chaiiinermaiu in same
houe: also nurse. 1026 21st st. nw.
WANTED Tailoress; experienced coat
hand wanted; also apprentice on ladies
suits. VICTOR MYNSBRIJJGE, 1316 G
st nw. fe26-3t
WANTED While waitress, 51 a day;
store rooms, SI a day: chambermaids
and cleaners, 51 a. dav: colored dish-washers.
51 a day. DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY,
til 3 7th st. fe23-6t
.SITUATION'S WANT ED-FEMALE.
WANTED By Philadelphia woman not
afiaid of ivork, place as cook. 512 R
Bt. nw. fe27-2t
"WANTED Place as-waitress; best of refer
ences. Address C. B., this office. Ie27-3t
WANTED By a ccok, place in hotel or res
taurant. le!05 T st. mv. fe28-3t
WANTED Bv colored woman "place to
do general housework. 907 I) st. nw..
WANTED By settled woman, cleaning in
ofTlce or hotel, or dish washing. 1245
7lh st. nw. It
WANTED By a respectable colored girl,
a place as a cook, or chambermaid, or
general housework; a good reference. No.
1G27 lotii st. nw. Call 3 days.
A.nTLD- By colored woman, place to do
general housework. 339 Md. ave. sw.
M.-i i h,ij -i-iace as eiinmnerinaid. by col
ored woman. 1120 Conn. ave.
v iiA j'lij a termed wiuowdesiresposilion
as I ouiekceper for Widower or bachelor
apartments; references. Address IMMED
IATE, tins on ice. fe26-3t
WANTED Place bv colored woman, to
do general house'work. 1611 3d st.
WAN'lED A situation by a Christian
woman as nurse for sick or invalid; in-
s.inii lui'ni '"- ! t or 'itv ri'i's.
Apply A. M. THOMPSON, 512 R Bt. mv.
WANTED Young man will pay $50 on
stieet railway paving 540 or 550 per
month. Address J. W. B., this office.
1VAXT ED AG15NTS.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWIIERE-Big
money; brand new novcltv; patented
combination spectacle, pen and pencil; and
comb, pen and pencil holders; nothing like
il; locks to the pocket; can't loose it; sells
at sight; write quick for territory and
terms to agents and dealers: sample mailed.
50c. WM. A. JOHNSTON, Patentee and
Manufacturer, cor. 12th und Filbert sts.,
. . . oiri..ii ii.aui;ii.ii mix nag LJiiic.
Kor tale by L. "RUBEN, 202 East, Cap
itol st.. fe27-3t
WANTED Three rooms for light house
keeping, furnished or partly furnished,
by a caieful couple with two children (rive
and two): first prefened, or second floor;
U., 800 D st. ne. It
WANTED 2 large, unfurnished rooms;
housekeeping; by refined couple; 2 chil
dren; easy distance of Center Markef.clean;
not over S8. DIABLO, this office. It-em
TWO BOARDERS (young gentlemen pre
ferred); good table: nice mom; in nw;
520- Address PERRY, this office. fe2S-2t
WANTED Small farm, 5 to 8 miles from
city, suitable for poultry and trucking;
good outbuildings. FARM, this ofrice.
WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS.
WANTED For cash, all kinds of old United
States postage and department stamps;
collections also bought. H. F. DUNK
HORST. 10(5 7th st. nw. feh-tf
WANTED To buv 2 tickets to Chicago
or California. CHEAP TICKET, this of
WANTED' To hire horses; good care taken;
to use for thirty davs. W. II. DAWES.
22 U st. ne. fc27-3t-em
WANTED A typewriter, cheap for cash;
I'c worn-out machine considered. TYPE
WRITER, tills office. fe27-3t
WANTED Sl.oit, i ouiul counter, and show
case: must be eheaji. AddrehsC.H. P.,
tliis office. fe27-2t
WANTED To buy or rent v. small wood
and coal vard. Address II. G. C, this
WANTED To rent or lease, storeroom on
or near Peiiu. ave.. bet. 7th and 13th
sts.; by April 15; state location and price.
UNION. I liis office. fe2G-7t
WANTED A strong, second-hand, low
geared. 2-seatod buckboard wagon. Ad-
dress.T.T. 1). B.,800 II st.nw. Ic25-3t cm
WANTED To rent little rami wittiiu 2
miles rioui city; not over 5 acres; leuccd;
barn. stable for horse and 2 cows: good and
plenty wat-r; good dwelling house; no less
than 5 rooms Write, statins: location, pi ice
of rent and terms, to R. MENABONI, 112
1st st. Washington city. fe25-7t
WANTED Furniture moved: largest two
norse load in the city, 52.50: one-horse
loads, 51.25; pianos. $2; experienced
handlers. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO.,
323 -1 1-2 St. ii w. 'Phone 1566. no!7-tf
WANTED Old Uooks-To buy all kinds
oT old and miscellaneous books, for cash.
Address WILLIAMS OLD BOOK STORE,
FOR RENT ROOMS.
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING Two large
front rooms". 2d floor; fur. complete;
cooking utensils, dishes, sewing machine;
hot and cold water. 810 Gth st. sw. It
FOR RENT During the inaugural week
two lront, furnisiied rooms; sufficiently
large to accommodate 8 persons, comfort
ably. 611 Pa. ave. se. It
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms;
convenient for light housekeeping; rea
sonable rent. 1711 N. J. ave. nw. It
FOR RENT Two front rooms on 2d floor;
warm and comfortable; will rent them
to 3 persons for $15 dollars for the week.
Apply 20 2d st. ne. fe28-3t
FOR RENT For inauguration: 3 lnrge
floors; suitable for club or band; on prom
inent street, near depot; single beds if de
sired; also heat. 643 La. ave. nw.
FOR RENT 3 unrur. rooms, 2d floor; gas,
heat and bath; 510. 631 Acker st. ne.
FOR RENT 3 rooms, unrur.; 512 per mo.;
light housekeeping. 714 3d st. ne.
FOR BENT Elegantly furnished rooms;
permanently or to parties attending in
auguration; from 51 to 52 per dav. 720
11th st. nw. fc2S-3t
FOR RENT 45i Mass. ave. nw.; roomers;
three rooms; tur. or unrur. Call after 4
p. rn. It
FOU RENT Large, 2d floor, fur. room;
well heated; convenient to depts.; bath.
215 12th st. sw. it
FOR RENT 801 12th st. mv.. 1 large
front room, on corner; board If desired,
at 512 per month. fe28-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with heat;
accommodations Tor 20. No. 317 Pa.
ave. nw.. 2d floor. fe28-4t
FOR RENT Two suites of rooms, with
hot and cold water, on first and second
floors: suitable for Members or dectors;
a ho two rooms on third floor. At 1017
14th st. fe28-3t
FOR RENT 3 rooms on 1st floor. 24G
8lh ne. fc28-3C
FOR RENT Light, pleasant rooms; well
heated: lirst-class board; 516 per month.
416 H st. ne. fe2S-6b
l'Ok RENT Two unfurnished icoms.lirst
floor, 515 11th st. nw.; central: suit
able for olfice or business. A. E. H.
MI DDLETON, 603 14th st. nw. j:e2S-3t
FOR RENT Nice, warm room, for lodg
ing; can accommodate 50 to 70. 315
Missouri ave. fe28-3t
FOR RENT A large front room, facing
Pa. ave.; furnished or unfurnished; with
or without board; terms very reasonable.
1000 24th st. nw. Item
FOR RENT Three desirable, unfurnished,
front rooms; second floor; heat, gas,
bath; gas for cooking; rent reasonable:
convenient to Government Printing and
Pension OTfices; four car lines pass the
door. G8 C st. nw. fe27-3tem
FOR RENT-215 9th st. sw;, near SmtUv
sonian Park, a large, well-heated room;
comfortable beds and bedding; no cots;
for a party or six gentlemen; also nicely
rur. rooms for inauguration, or perma
nently; terms reasonable; furnace heat
bat li, etc.; location central and first class!
FOR RENT Two fur. rooms; very reason
able. 1718 8th st. nw. fo27-3t em
FOR- RENT Fur. bay-window parlor;
with or without board; one small room;
fur.; 2d floor. 628 I st. nw. it em
SIX OR EIGHT gentlemen will find com
fortable rooms; with good board; at low
rates; with Virginia people; at 1113 B
st. ne. fe27-3t.em
1' OR RENT 51 34 uufur. rooms and back
porch; gas for lighting; refs. 325 C
st. se. Call Sunday. It-em
FOR RENT Handsomely furnished, or un
furnlslied parlors; suitable for dentist.
716 Llth st. jw. fe27-3t-em
lOit RENT Large fur. front room, 2d
floor; also small oack room; a. rn. i.; rent
reasonable. C20 I st. nw Te27-3t
FOR RENT ROOMS.
lOR RENT During inauguration, largo
2d-story front room; private family. 22
Qutncy st. ne. feL'7-lt
I-OR RENT 21-1 A se. 3 fur. rooms: sepa
rately orsingly; entire 3d floor; hair block
east or Library. Je27-3t
TWO iinfur. rooms. 3d floor; nice locu
tion: east and west front; 58 month, good
tenant", ref. 1542 Columbia st. nw.. near
. st. fe26-3t,um
FOR RENT c'ur. rooms; board IT desired",
private fa mil v. 4203 lst..nw.fe2(J-7t-em
FOR RENT Large, well furnished rooms;
m. i.; southern exposure; reasonable. 16
Myrtle st. fe20-3t
OR RENT A nicely fur. ballroom; heat
and gas; for inauguration or permnncntlv.
207 G st. nw. fe2G-3t
1-OR RENT Rooms and hoard to perma
nent parties, at reasonable rates: 518,
520 and 525 per month; also 3 unfur.
roomson.tuiioor. --'Lasubc. re26-3t
FOR RENT 1 small ballroom, with large
closet: price 5l.no. 723 3d nw. fe26-3t
FOR RENT 3 lame unfur. rooms. 2d floor:
heat, gas, bath on same; rent 517: will
rent separately. 15'J G 11 w. fe26-3t
FOR RENT One large front room; fur.;
no housekeeping; meuls -across street.
709 8t.li st.nw. fe25-3t-em
FOR REN'l To discreet, quiet parlies,
2 unfur. rooms; centrally located: 512;
wltli heutandgas. AddressMANlCURlST,
tliis office. fc25-3t-em
FOR RENT Two unfur. rooms; 2d Hoor;
heat and gas; bath same floor; terms
reasonable. 220 3d M. nw. fe2r-3t-eui
FOR RENT 912 Va. ave. sw., a desirable
front parlor, bedroom, from now until
arter the 4th of March; suitable for two
persons; also a small back room.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
1'OR RENT 516.30 per month; new, 6
room, bath and cellar house: 1-06
Florida ave. ne.: key at 1204 Florida ave.
J). B. GOTTWALS, 811 llth st. nw.
FOR RENT To desirable parties, cottage;
6 rooms and bath; high and healthy
location; delightful view; excellent water;
convenient to street cars; government em
ployes preferred; 518. Address E. J II..
this ofrice. it
1-OR RENT 223 A st. se., half square
fiom Library, 10 rooms and bath: large
stable; 545 jier month; 1825 12th st.
nw., G looms, $22.81 per month. A. E.
H.MIDDLETON.G03 14th st.nw. fe28-3t
FOK ltKX'P nilnr..(l tiMiMiiic. 1 vir; r.,,
nw.; 5 rooms, 515.50: 1342 5th nw.,
6 rooms and store, 520.50. Applv 1316
8th nw. re2S-3t
OR RENT 4122 Conduit, G rooms,
porch, cellar, stable, water; grazing, etc.;
near Wash, and Great Falls R. R.; 510;
key at 1848 5th st. nw. fc23-3t
1-pR RENT 510.30; nice 5-room frame;
large yard; water, sewer; 1 109 D st. ne.;
cars pass; also 6-room, cellar, stable and
wagon shed; 511.30. Apply 819 Mnry
itind ave. ne. It-em
I-OK RENT 412 6 1-2 st. sw.-5 rooms;
painted and cleaned; only to small, clean
family; 511.30. fe2G-3t
FOR RENT Hot and cold water, new
range, latrobe, bath, gas, six rooms;
halls; back building; large yard; parking;
"'rraiigcd for two families; house open.
444 Q st. nw. 520. fe26-3t
One Cent a Word.
Want a Cook,
Want a Situation, - --;
Want a Servant Girl,
Want to Rent a House.
i . .
Want to Hire Any Help,
Want to Buy or Sell Anything,
Want an Agent or a Partner,
Want to Find Any Lost Thing,
Want to Lend or Borrow Money,
Want a Boarding House or Boarders.
Want to accomplish anything that's reasonable
You can do it easily through the Want columns of
P H P l 1 fill P
Which Has By Far the
for rent nor SES.
FOR RENT House 2025 32d St., 6 rooniSj
ccliar, large garden. Hue well water; i? 1
per month: brick stable and pasture, $7.
House 20G5 32d st., 14 rooms, cellar,
large garden, stable, and pasture, fine well
water, cistern; 520 per month; both houses
on line of electric cars. WILLIAM M.
DOUGAL, 3179 Ust. nw. fe2G-3t
FOR RENT 143 D st. se. Neat 6-TOom and
bath brick, in coed order; good yard;
18.50. 416 N. J. ave. se. fe26-3t
FOR RENT House No. 68 Mass. ave.
nw.; $15.30. fe24-Gt
FOR RENT FLATS.
FOR RENT A flat of four unfurnished
rooms, with use of gas and bath; $12
per month; no children; on 15th St.,
between P and Q sts.nw. Address FLAT,
this office. f e27-3t
FOR RENT To reliable colored tenants, 3
room flat, with water. 1643 6th st. nw.,
D. D. STONE, agent, F, near 8th st nw.
FOR RENT STARLES.
FOR RENT 2-story brick' stable in rear
or 1700 14th st. nw.; S12 per month. In
quire at LA FETRA'S HOTEL. fe26-3t
FOR RENT SUBURBAN.
AT BRIGHTWOOD. D. C; ELECTRIC
CARS PASS THE DOOR.
TWO-STORY AND BASEMENT HOUSE;
NEWLY FITTED UP; GAS, WATER,
CONTAINING ELEVEN LARGE ROOMS.
OVER HALF ACRE OF GROUND.
PRICE. 30 PER MO., BY THE YEAR.
Apply to J. V. N. HUYCK.
FOR SALE First-class drug-store fixtures
and soda fountain; cheap. Address B. M.
B., this office. 1 1
FOR RENT Corner grocery and fixtures; a
good stand for meats and provisions;
rent reasonable; a good location for bi
cycle business. Apply 1354 Md. ave. ne.
CASH BU XElts ror groceries, drug stores,
livery stables, cigar stores, barber shops,
lunchrooms, milk routes, coal vards;. quick
sales made by. BEADSHAWS, Room G,
494 La. ave. fo2G-3t
FOR SALE An old-established saloon in
a good location, doing a nice business.
Address M. J., this ofrice. fe2G-3t
FOR SALE Cheap, a cab and a coupe;
newly painted, and 111 Tirst-cJavs running
order. A poly to 2403 II st.nw. fe25-3t-em
10R SALE Lunch and dining-iooni; 0110
of the best stands in the city for the
inauguration; price 350. 1406 Penn
sylvania ave. fe2G-6t
FOR SALE Cheap; storeand fixtures. 433
4 1-2 st. sw. fe23-6t
TO EXCHANGE -Fine building lot, Copp'a
subdivision Rockville, for Lanston Mono
type stock. BRUSH, Room 30 Atlantic
FOR SjVLi: OR RENT.
' REAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS E WAGllAMAN. 017 F St. Nw.
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES jFOR SALE.
I2ty and 1222 Madison stuw. t n.
4 rms.. .. V. .' 52,600
3223 .t'rospocb ve nw, r h 2,000
345 and 353 22d.stnw, b h, G rms. 2,400
21 50 and 21521) st nw, bli.G rms. 2,400
303 and 305 0 'ist alley nw. b h.
4 rms.. ..'..:.: 2,200
3 321 N stjlV..r ti. Mild 1,000
21 1 3 and 2115 D 'BZ ,nv, b 11. 5 rraa. 1,500
4 alloy, bet 1 2th arid 13th and T
and U sts, bh..4irms 1,000
2735 Q stuw. f ti, 5 rms 1,000
0 alley, bet N Can and 1st, ard O
ur.dP sta.bh,4rmH goo
THREE-STORY 13RICK AKD FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
101 nth stne, b h. in rooms $14,000
1736 ;-nd 1742 F st nw, b n, 10
1833 and 1839 Corcoran ec, b h.
9 rooms , 8,500
1531 Mia at nw. u h. a mm 8,500
2321 and2323 7tiist nw.on 6,000
82412ttist ne, b'.i. 6 rum a,000
5U6 F SS ne, b I;. 6 rms 2,700
18 and50 -Myrtle st ne, b h. 6 rms.. 2,00o
82 and 84 Derrcea st. b h. 7 rum. . .. 3,250
Whitney close, r h, H rms 3.000
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Kalorama Heights 56,000
Soul'isideoi .M st. near JLltn 4,506
Autrey Heights .. 600
Lot3 111 square 877. so ...
Mass ave. bet l stand 2dne..
3d st.betK und L utBue....
, ,.5R 00
.... 2 00
.... 1 25
Lot U. 6quurc 506
Bel ave. bet Baud Cswsv...
Cor Gth and ll sta sw ..
713 12th st nw. 11 rms 5G0 50
220 I st nw, 12 rms 40 00
805 Gth st nw, 9 rms 27 00
!0i)4 Fla ave nw. 0 rms 23 50
021. 0 st sw. 0 rms 15 30
2261 Cleveland ave mv, 0 rms.... 14 00
808 and 810 N U ave nw, 6 rms.. 12 50
34.19 R Hi nw. G rms 12 50
21G 14th 31 sw. 4 rms 8 33
408 G 1-2 sc sw. IV rms 8 30
313 a 0 ave se. 4 rms 7 00
1210 Ulitgdeii'si alley nw. 4 riiu 0 30
80 G st ne, 5 rms 7 00
1H25 Temperance avenw, 4 rms.. .. G 00
1145 23d st nw, 3 rms u 00
STORES, OFFICES. ETC.
Slramldwg. 127525th stnw, Grins. .520 00
Strand dvg, 14 16 3d htnw,4 rms.. 14 00
Stable, rear 495 C stsw 10 00
Stable, rear 508 12th ht nw 9 00
1 1 14 G st mv, 3d-story front rm and
halirm 20 00
The above is only a portion of the property-on
mv books. For full libt call at of
fice for bulletin issued on tho 1st and'lOtn.
THOMAS E. WAGG AM AN. 9 17 F ST.NW.
FOR SALE LOTS.
SllAUCi-uRH'S HEAD, the charming
seashore resort; cottage lots, only 5200
each: beautiful scenery, fine climate; rapid
development; values increasing. For map
and terms, address A. D. McFAUL & CO.,
Eastport, Maine. JalO-su-lOt
TiuT XavFhencescmool or MUSIC
GEO. W. LAWRENCE, Director.
VOICE. (Specialty of Beginners.) PIANO.
Studios, 4 and 6, 934 F nw. REASON
ABLE TERMS. Natural Method. Voice
Trial Gratis. Pupils Recital, March 26.
One Cent a Word.
I'UH .SAL"-HOilSI'S tSo VEHICLES.
FOR SALE On account of storage and
repairs, 2 daytons, 2 grocery, 1 coal or
expresb wagon; also several carriages,
buggies, coupes, and wagonettes; no reason
able orrer refused. 927 D st.nw. 'Phone
FOR SALE HORSES AND VEHICLES
S. D. Houck, 301 10th st. nw.; large
assortment of new and second-hand double
and single harness, 100 sets of govern
ment wagon harness; also a large assort
ment or double, hack and coupe harness;
1QQ government saddles. fel3-lm,em
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE THAT BEAl'TIFUL NEW
PRESSED-BRICK HOUSE, 12 Heckman
6t. se., bet. 1st and 2d, E and F sts.: 2
stones: 6 large rooms and preltv bath; wido
HALLS, CLOSETS, HOT AND COLD
WATER, RANGE, OPEN STAIRWAY,
HANDSOMELY PAPERED. Price 52,100;
this is $1,000 less than cost or lot and ma
terials to build. MUST BE SOLD. SEE
IT AND MAKE OFFER AT ONCE. Keys
next door, No. 122. DAVID D. STONE &
CO., 804 F st. nw. fe28-3t
$2,66(1 on Jide Concrete St.
New two-story' bay-window bricks, six
rooms, bath andlpantry: cabinet mantels,
china closets, .electric bells and gas light
ing: concrete Vards. rear alley and front
parkings: select neighborhood, one square
irom Md. ave,. near cars, herdics and
public school. Terms made to suit pur
chasers. 1367-1377 Emerson st. ne.. bet.
E and F, 13tli and 14th sts.: inspection
invikHl. Apply GEO. P. NEWTON, Builder
and Owner, Room 23 I.e Droit building,
8tn and F sts.1 my. fe25-6t.em
FOR SA I.F Phonnt I lmvn l.wn nlof, t.w.u
Story houses, with concrete nell.ir nmlor
entire honsc; bay-Window, burr bricks, stone
trimmings, granolithic walks, oak cabi
nets, open plupiplng. steel-clad tubs, hand
somely papered, large yards to wide alley.
These houses Jari 709 and 711 Seventh
st. se.. and are open every day from 12 to
5:30. Take a look at them if you want to
get a house in that location, for I'll sell
them cheap andou accommodating terms,
andth.'v jiret!iu.l)('l, 110 lse.-uu thatsection.
B. F. SAUL. 508 1 1th st. n w.
1 OR SALE We have a large list of new
houses: we are offering below cost for
a short time. Call and get our list giving
location and prices. D. li. GOTTWALS &
CO.. -owners. 811 llth st. nw. le25-4 t.ein
1'OR SALE Small farm, 20 miles from
R. R.; 5-room house and outer bulld
VjS,!P..,irst"c,:,Ps condition. Inquire of J.
LOST On New Jersey ave., between New
York' ave. and 3d st. fee., ladv's slipper;
No. 5 1-2. Return to 203 Morgan st.
11 w. and receive reward. it
ItEWAED for velum. or petition, lost
Saturday, February 27, '97. CLIF.
A.. JOHNSON. t!09 F St. 11 w It
FOUND On Canal road, a calf. Owner
can have it by describing the color. 3805
Canal road. lt.em
ICE pREAM A 1; absolutely pure; 90c.
ner chilon. delivered. r.AT-RV'K Rm
and 003 N. X. ave. fe27-6t '
MONET WANTED AND TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Or. household rurnlture, pianos, organs,
horses, carriages, &c. All business strict
ly confidential. Lowest ratet, no public
ity, courteous treatment. The i-ectirity
will not be removed from your possession,
vv 0 make loans or any amount, from S10 to
51,000. Payments on principal received
at any time, which will lessen cost or car
rying the loan. You can have the money
the day you apply ror it.
CAPITAL LOAN UJ AKAA'TJSIS CO.,
ja2-lyr 602 F Street N. W.
Made on Furniture, Pianos, Horses. Wagons,
etc., at lowest rates and quickest pos
sible time. Strictly confidential. Please
call heroic securing loans elsewhere
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
610 F street northwest.
WE WANT 1,000 BORROWERS
Who desire from S50 lo $10,000 each
on utocks, bonds, trusts, loan association
certificates, warehouse receipts and lire
or tontine policies in old-line companies;
uo delay; no chattel mortgages taken.
YEKKES & BAKER,
4Q to 46 MetiTotCBIdg . 1 I 1 11 F st. nw.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Large sums at 5 and 5 1-2 per cent on
D. C. real estate; 5250, 5500, ?750,etc.
atQ per cci;t;uil transactions conduct edwitn
economical consideration ror borrowers.
WM. II. SAUNDERS & CO..
mra 1407 F sr. nw.
FARMS FOR SALE OR RENT.
SOUTH FLORIDA. SOL' Til FLOR
IDA. FOU SALE OR EXCHANGE
A beautiful, improved, unincumbered 700
acre. Lake Front, Residence Plantation,
on Lake Garfield, 6 miles from county
seat in South Florida; Oranges, Lemons,
and all descriptions of Semi-Tropical and
other Fruits. In heart of Phosphate,
Vegetable, Pineapple, and Tobacco Region;
now under cultivation, with all necessary
running implements; Immediate Possession
and Easy Terms. Apply to JOHN HAN
COCK, Attorney-at-Law, 2401 Pa. ave.,
Washington, 1). C. fe27-10t
FOR RENT Small farm; 7 1-2 miles rrom
city; 7 acres, very rich land; fruit or all
kinds in abundance; 6-room dwelling, and
outbuildings; fine water and health; the
piaco ror poultry. Auaress l'RiNCE
uiiOKUii, this office.
FOR SALE OR RENT Good rami of 71
acics: house, garden, etc.: a bargain.
T .1. WALLF.R. Wldewater. Va. fel9-9t
FOR S A LE BICYCLES.
FOR SALE '96 Victor; used very little:
S50. J. A., 927 N. Y. avej fe28-3t
FOR SALE Two 26-inch cushion tire bi
cycles: good condition: will stand rough
est usage; 9 choice, S17 for both. Apply
528 Spruce st. nw. It
FOR SALE Warwick bicycle; splendid
condition: cheap; sale quick. 1826
16th st. nw. fe26-3t
Should be read daily, by all interested,
as changes may occur at any time.
Foreign Mails for the week ending -March
6, 1897, close promptly at this office as
MONDAY (b)At 9:20 p. m. for Europe,
per s. s. Trave, from New York, via
Southampton and Bremen.
TUESDAY -h)At 9:20 p. in. for Europe,
per . s. New York. from New York.-via
Southampton. (c)At 10:55 p. m. for
Europe, per s. s. Britannic, irom New
York, via Qucenstown. (c)At 10:55 p.
in. lor Belgium direct, per s. s. Noordland,
from New York, via Antwerp. Letters
must be directed "per Noordland."
WEDNESDAY (c)At 10:55 p. m. for
Netherlands direct, per s. s. Edam, Irom
New York, via Amsterdam. Letters must
be directed "per Edam."
FRIDAY (bi At 6:10 p. m. Tor France,
Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Tur
key, Egypt and Britlsii India, per s. s. La
Gascogne, Trum New York, via Havre. Let
ters for other pa its or Europe must be dl
rested "per La Gascogne . (b) At 7:20 p.
111. Tor Europe, per s. s. Umbrla, from New
lork, via yueenstowu. (o) At 10:55 p.
m. for Netherlands direct, per s. s. Ain
tserdam. rrom New York, via Rotterdam.
Letters mustbedirccted"per Amsterdam."
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Werra, from New York. Letters must be
directed "per Werra. (c) At 10:55 p.
in. Tor Scotland direct, per s. a. Ethiopia,
rrom New York, via Glasgow- Letters
must be directed "per Ethiopia."
PRINTED MATTER, ETC. German
steamers sailing from New York on Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays take print)
ed matters. etc., for Germany, andsneclallv
addressed printed matter, etc., for other
part3 of Europe.
White Star steamers sailing from New
York on Wednesdays take specially ad
dressed printed matter, etc.. for Europe.
The American. Cuuard and French Line
steamers sailing from New York take print
ed matter, etc.. Tor all countries Tor which
they are advertised to carry mail.
Mails for South and Central Amer
ica, "West Indies, Etc.
SATURDAY (27th inst.). (b)At 7:20
p. m., ror Santiago de Cuba, per s. e. C.
ontlal, rrom New York. Letters for
Venezuela and Colombia must be directed
"per C condal."
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America (except Costa Rica) and South
Factric Ports, per s. s. Finance, rrom New
York, via Colon. Letters for Guatemala
must be directed "per Finance."
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N. p., per steamer rrom Miami, Fla.
(aAt 3:20 p. 111., for Jamaica, per steamer
from Boston. (c)At 10:05 p. m., for Belize,
Puerto tortez, ani Guatemala, per steamer
riom New Orleans. (b)At 10:55 p. m.,
rorinagua. Cape Haiti, Gonaives, St. Marc,
Petit Goave.and.Teremie, per s.s. Saginaw,
rrom Mw York.
TUESDAY (d)At 6:25 a. m., for Port
Antonio, per steamer from Baltimore.
(DAt 3.00 p. 111., tor Jamaica, per steamer
from Port Tampa, Fla. (c)At 10:05 p. m.,
for Costa Rica, per steamer from New
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per s. s. Trinidad, from New York.
WEDNESDAY (DAt 3:50 a. m., for
Nassau, N. P., per steamer from Miami,
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via Pcrnambuco, Bahia and Bio Janeiro.
Letters rrom North Brazil and La Plata
countries must be directed 'per Coleridge."
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Turks Island, pers. s. Cherokee, from New
lork. (c)At 10:55 p. in:, for North
Brazil, per s. s. Lisbonense, rrom New
York, via Para. Marauham and Ceara.
FRIDAY (c)At 10:55 p. in., for Ja
maica, Savanilla and Greytown, per s.
s. Adirondack, from New York. Letters
ror Costa Kica must be directed "j;er
Adirondack." (c)At 10:55 p. in., for
Cnmpcchc. Chiapas. Tabasco and Yucatan,
per s.s. Orizaba, rrom New York. Let
ters Tor other parts of Mexico must be di
rected "per Orizaba." (c)At 10:55 p. m.,
ror Venezuela and Curacao: also Savanilla
and Carthagcua, via Curacao; per s. s.
Caracas, rrom New Y'ork.
SATURDAY-(r)At 3:50 a. m.. for
Nassau, N. P., per steamer from Miami,
Fla. (d)At 11:35 a. 111., for St. Pierre
Miquelon, per steamer Irom Halifax.
Mails for Newfoundland, bv rail to Hall
lax, and thence via steamer, close here
daily at 11:35 a. m.(d)
Mails for Miquelon, by rail to Boston, and
thence via steamer, close heru dally at
3:20 p. m.(a)
Mails for Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa,
Fla., and thence via steamer, sailing
Mondays and Thursdays, close here daily
at 3:00 p. m.(c
Mails for Mexico, overland (except
those for Cainpechc, Chiapas! Tabasco, and
Yucatan, which will be forwarded via
New York, after Wednesday, overland,
close up to and including the 10:55 p.
111, closing Friday), close here dally at
7:10 a. m.(d)
Mails for Australia (except West Austra
lia), Hawaii and Fiji Islands (specially
addressed only), per s. s. Miowera. from
Vancouver, close here daily after Febru
ary 27, up to 6:30 p. m., March l.(d)
"Mails for China and Japan, per s. s. Brae
mer. from Tacoma, close here daily up to
March 13, at 6:30 p. m.(d)
Mails for China and Japan, per s. s. Peru,
from San Francisco, close here daily up to
6:30 p. m., Marcli 17.(d)
Mails for Hawaii, per s. s. Australia,
from San Francisco, close here daily up
to G-30 p. m., March 17.(d)
Mails for China and Japan (specially ad
dressed only), per s. s. Empress of India,
from Vancouver, close here daily up to
6:30 p.m., March 22.(d)
Maiis lor the Society Islands per ship
Tiopic Bird front San Francisco close
heic daily up lo 6:20 p. ni. Maich 25.(d)
Mails for Australia (except those for
west Austral'a, which aie forwarded via
Europe), New Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji and
Samoan Islands per s. s. Marh-csa from
San Francisco close here daily up to
6;30p. m. March 27.(d)
Transpaciiic maiis aie ioiwarded to the
I ort of sailing daily, and the schedule of
cosing is nnanged en the presumption of
their unintei ruined overland tiantlt.
(a)l'egistercd mails close at 10 a. m.
(b) Registered mails close at 1 p. m.
(c)llegistcred mails close at 6 p. ni.
(dil egistered mails close at 6 p. m.
(e) Registered mails close at 1 p. m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
(f)Uegistered mails co.$e at 1 p. m.
JAMES r. WlLLETT.rostmaster.
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13th St. & Pa. Ave.
No express Sundays.
For Mount Vernon, Riverside and way
1, 10:05 a. m., 12:05, 2:05,
4:10 p. m.
n?l1tr nvf-n ,.,.. n. 1 , m .v.
For Arlington, hourly trom 8 a. m. to
8 p. in. a6-tr.em
jSJorfolk & YVashnSton
Every day in the year for Fortress
Monroe. Norfolk, Newport News and
all points South by the superb, pow-
errul steel palace steamers "New-
port News," "Norfolk" and 'Aasli-
ington," on the following schedule:
Lv. Wash Kton 7:00 pin
Lv. AlexanUrla7iW pn
Ar. Ft .Monroe 1 :'Jam
Ar. Norfolk... 7:SUa.i
Ar. Portsiu'tu. 8:JJ ic
Lv. Portsiu'ih. : 0 pm
i.y. Noifolk... G:lu jm
Lv. FcMonroe : 0 pm
r. Aicxand'o. urn am
Vr. Waih'gton C: 0 am
Visitors to Chamberlin's new hotel,
"The Hygeia," and Virginia Beach
will find this the most attractive
route, insuring a coiuvrtable night's
Large and luxurious rooms heated
by steam and fitted throughout with
electric lights. Dining room service is
a la carte, and is supplied from the
best that the markets of Washington
and Norfolk afford.
Tickets on 6ale at U. S. Express
ofrice, 817 Pennsylvania avenue; 513,
610, 1421 Pennsylvania avenue; B.
& O. ticket office, corner 15th street
and New Y'ork avenue, and on board
steamers, where time table, map, etc.,
can also be had.
Any other information desired will
be furnished on application to the un-
dersigned at the company's wharf,
foot of 7th St., Washington, D. C.
Telephone No. 750.
JNO. CALLAHAN, General Manager.
Tomb of Washington.
Daily (except Sunday), at 10 a. m. and
2 p. ui., returning reach the city at
1.30 and 5 p. m. FARE, ROUND TRIP,
50c. Admission to grounds, 25c ELE
GANT CAFE ON THE STEAMER. Tickets,
with Mount Vernon admission coupon,
ror sale at wharr and at hotels, will
alto make river landings as Tar as Gly
mont, stopping for tieigntand passengers
loth ways. For charters, etc., applj at
offices of steamer Macalester.
L. L. BLAKE, Captain.
OLD POINT COMFORT
-, ..iv,tllo,'t Clinnce of Onrs.
5S HOURS FROM WASHINGTON.
VIA PENNSYLVANIA. R. F. &. P. AND
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAYS
Mco.'duie id errect FeOr ir . tr,
WABHINQTON & OLD POINT SPECIAL.
4:21 p. m. Tuesdays. Thursdays and Satur
days. Solid vestlbuled. electric-lighted, stcam
neated train, with combination coach parlor
car, dinnigcarandobservation car-through
Wltniinf: rh:.,lr& J .rffno r?irtirnon(l i:4o
p. m. Old Point, 0:50 p. m.
10:57 a. rn. dally exceat Sunday. Par
lor car Washington to itnnimoud and Rich
mond to Old Point; Arrive Richmond 2:4i
p. m.-01d Point, 6:30 p, m. Transfer at
Tickets' ana reservations at offices Penn
sylvania R. K., loth and O sts., and at sta
tion. Full information at C. & O. ticket
U. W,. FULLER, General PassengerAgent
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE-Walnut bedsteads, S2: bu
reau, ?2: wash stands, SI; tables, 50c;
woven wire cots. 50c: mattresses. 50c:
chairs, 25c; toilet sets, 75c; five-piece
parlor suits, walnut, large and masive.
S17: silk couch, S7.50; six high-back oak
chairs, $1.25: sofa, $1: two heating stoves,
75c; four pictures, $1; coal-oil heater,
verv large, $4.50. No dealers need call.
021" New York ave., down stairs; not
home Sunday. It
FOR SALE-Fox terrier pups; well-bred
and marked. 3225 O st. fe2S-3t
FOR SALE Dayton wagon, m geed ccn-dltio-i;
cheap. Ml 4 1-2 st. sw. It
FOR SALE Toilet soap, 20 cents doz. for
inauguration. TEXAS, this office
BEAUTIFUL lady's diamond ring: cost
$45: is pawned for s: will sen me iickcc
ir 55 BARGAIN, this office. It-em
FOR SALE A Remington typewriter. No.
2; almost as good as new; will sell very
cheap for cash: call at No. 810 H st. ne.
EDITn A. WELKER. No. 810 n st. ne.
FOR S ALE-A roll top oak desk for 58.50.
Inquire at S14 26th st. nw. It-em
FOR S ALE-A total adder cash register.
National: nearly new. CIGAR STORE.
406 1-2 Jth nw. fe27-3t-em
FOR SALE Nearly new dayton wagon;
cheap. S19 13th st. nw. Te27-3t
FOR SALE -Typewriter: food as new:
S20. AddressGOOD.thisoflice- fe27-3t
FOR SALE Best Elgin butter fresh from
the churn; the most delicious butter ever
made, and only 2Sc, or 4 pounds for SI.
It. B. YOUNGS, 76 and 77 O st. Market,
and 60 Biggs Market. Postal orders
promptly filled. fe27-3t
FOR SALE Set American Encyclopedia.
Appleton's; leather binding: 3u vols.,'83
edition: cost $210: will sell for 545; good
as new. Address BOOKS, this office.
FOR SALE Large mare, harness and ex
tension top family carriage: if not sold,
will exchange mare for lady's wheel or
entire fix for small horse, harness and
phaeton buggy. 808 I st. ne. fe27-3t
FOR SALE Horse, covered wagon and
harness suitable for grocer or huckster;
also a cow, cheap. WILLIAM HOWLETT.
3d and U sts. ne.. Eckington. D. C. fe27-3t
FOR SALE Horse, harness and buggv.
443 1 st. nw. fe26-3t,em
FOR SALE One five-glass landau: will
sell at purchaser's own price. Apply to
THOMAS E. TRAZZARE, 4 1-2 and Penn
sylvania ave. nw. fc26-3t
FOR SALE W oven wire cots, Gtc; woven
ties. SMITH & BACON, manufacturers.
ii:3 Tin st. nw. iczu-at
FOR SALE One coupe rockaway, very
little used, and one coupelctt: will
sell cheap. Applv 35 G st. nw. fc26-3t
FOR SALE Table, gas stove with oven,
kitchen utensils and dishes: aln ost new;
good bargain; no second-hand dealers need
apply. No. 0 N. Y. ave. nw. fe2C-3t
loR SALE Parlor sir.teand parlor lamp;
cheap, If bold this week. 215 9th st-
FOR SALE Three days only, sewed bunt
ing flags. 4x8 feet, $2.25 each; hou.ses
decorated from 55 up. HENRY F. REU,
320 12th st. nw. rc25-3r-eni
FOR SALE Show case. 1207 G st. nw.
FOR SALE One bacon bench in O Street
Market, doing good business. Apply
31) O St. Market. re25-3t-em
FOR SALE Feed-water heater, smoke
stack (30 inches diameter, 70 feet high),
water-tube boiler (to horse power), and
two power transmitters: all in lirst-class
c o ulition: no reasonable ofler refused.
Apply to G. C. THOMPSON, Chief Engiacer
Purity Ice Co., Aimory place, near 5th
and L sts. nw. fe25-tf
FOR SALE -Hardwood springs. 1; hair
mattrcsse3. $5; wire and upholstered
cots: hair mattresses made over. S2.
SMITH & BACON. 1223 7th st, nw.
FOR SALE At McLaughlin's stables, 12
2d st. ne., two good, stylish, second
hand vehicles: a diag and a tiup; very
thenp: cost. SI, 4E0, price 5175 fe24-7t
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, bcauliful oil
paintings. ART EMPORIUM. 1216 G st.
nw . Xe23-7t-em
FOR SALE 53 acres near Arlington.
500 acres on B. and P R. R.
City propeny for exchange.
Money loaned on mortgage.
Room 303. Fidelity Building,
fe27-tf Paltlmore. Md.
FOR SALE -A beautirul tract ot 25 acres,
surround -d by un t'ic um, and most fertile
farms iu Maryiaud; between Brooks' sta
tion and Hyattsviile: price. 1,500. Also,
at'ractire homes ia flnitviile ami ciokv
building lots. Houses for rent. Farms for
sale. ROGERS & ROGERS. 338 Iud. ave.
and Hyattsviile, Md. fe27-t
8:00,8:30, ex.; "9:00. 9:50. "10:05. ex.;
;il:00, 11:45 a. m.. :12.05. ex.: 12:30.
1:15, 1:45, '2:05, ex.; 2:40, "3:30. 4:00
ex.: "4:15, ex.; 4:45, "5:00. 6:20. ex.;
5:40, "6:05, ex.: 6:20, 700. "8:00, 9:00,
10:00. "11:20 n-r.fl n. Til
STATION COKNEK OF SIXTH AND SS
7"olI.7 M" 'V7eelc days PITTSBURG EX
PRESS Parlor and Dining Cars. Harris
burg to FUtatnirg.
10.50 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED
1 ii,',1.?1.?.11 Stoning. Dining, smoking and
in.?n.n,a,t,T-,n.tlIaaauo"s.st- Louis, tleve
llaruo Toledo.' Bufret Parlor Car to
'Sf-f fast LINE-Pnllman Burrei
car u itf arrlsburg. Uurres Parlor
h 2V,aIrnstJUri Co Pittoburg.
Exore- ,P,YCAUO AN1J T. LOCT3
ft ViMrl7h ulll,ian nurrct I'arlor tar
and CUcTgUrS t0 St- Loui8' "nclnna"
7minv 'TERN EXPRESS-PuII-
arfi? HSriiin.s Car to f,i"sburg. Chlrago.
Car1 $& to "eveianl liming
'iypJ.Vi.n1,1- TH WESTERN EXPRESS
Fith,,2? le.l'l",nS t:ara Wasuingtou to
Flttatmrg and llarrisburg to St. Loula
and Louisville tvia Cincinnati). LmmS
10nmn v-oM-, PACIFIC EXPKESS-PUU-
Sf D iy,eeP,nS ar to Pittsburgh
riv ",ro.tv,ue' Lanaiiuiuua, Roches
Sunday rlaSara J-'iRa daily, except
10. t:J?T -Kra and Renovo dally.
ti. Whhamsport Sundays. 3 40
7'lu,TT,',ini' fJ. Wllllamsport. Rochester.
Burralo and Niagara Fails dalty. except
to v;U,rBda'' wUli keeping far Wnstungton
into.o,.l?pii,aon "". via- Burralo.
tr V,.rr..r txle nandaigua. Roches
ter, Burralo. and Niagara Falls dady,
bleeping Car Washington to Elmira.
ror -Fnuatieipnia, .-sew XorK, ana
4T0a?4':- M- "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
ITED, daily, ad Parlor Cars, with Din
ing Car Trom Baltimore. Regular at 7.00
(Dining Car). 8.00, 9.00, lo.oo (Dining
Car), and 11.00 iDining Car from Wil
mington) A. M.. 12.45, 3.15, 4.20, B 60.
1O-0O and 11.3o P. M. On Sunday.7 VI
(Dining Oar), a.oo, 9.00, 11.00 (Dininfc
4.20. 0.0O. 10.00 and 11.36 P. M For
Philadelphia only. Fast Express, 7.50 A.
M. week days. Express 12.15 P.
M. week days. 2.01 and a 40 !. M
dakr; ror "swm. without change,
7.0. A. M. week day3, and 3.15 P. V.
For Atlantic City (via Delaware Rtver
u-1JriilJ':' al,-ral1 route), 3.15 p. m. daily.
t9r.aU,,ilore'b--5."-00. 7.50. 8.00. b.oo.
10.00. 10.50. 11.00 and li.iiii a m
12 15, 12.45.2.01. 3.15, 3.40 (4.00 11m-
ltedi. 4.20. -i'-.iii
', 5.40, 6.15. 6.50. 7 10,
lO.OO lO-.tO 11 IK V,rrt
On Sunday, 7.00, 8lo0.9.00. 9.05
7nn no n no a ir. f ., k.
1L00 a-m.. 12.15.1 15.2.01. 3.15. 3.40.'
7.10. 10.00. 10.4O and 11.35 p. fn
For Pope s Creek Line, 7.50 a.m. and 4 30
p. m. daily, except Sunday
For Annapolis. 7.00, 9.0O a. nx, 12 15
and 4 20 p.m. daily, except Sunday
Sundays 9.00 a.m. &-d 4.2Up. m.
Atlantic Coast Line "Florida Special
for Jacksonville and St. Augustine
10.48 p. in. week days. Express for
Florida and points on Atlantic CoasB
Line. 4.30 a. irt., 3.46 p. rn. daily
Richmond only 10.57 a.m. wees days
Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Sea
board Air Line. 4.40 p. m. daily Ac
commodation Tor Quantico, 7.45 a. m
nnd 4.25 p. m. week days.
Tk-kec otfices. corner Fifteenth and O
streets, and at the station, Sixth and B
streets, where orders can he lert rcrct eck
lng or baggage to destination from hotels
J. B. HUTCHINSON, General Manager
J. It. WOOD. General rav.erii.-er Ajrcr.t.
Schedule la effect February 21, 1P97
Leave Washington from station, corner of.
New Jersey avenue and C street.
For Chicairo aua .Northwest, VvstiDuletl
Limited tralni, 10:00, 11:45 a. m.. 8:05
Express, 11:45 a. m. Vestlbuled Limited
s:io p. m., express 11:25 p. m.
For Plttaburg and Cleveland, expreai
daily, 10:00 a. 111. and 8:50 p. m.
For Toledo and Detioit, 11J25 p. m.
For Winchester and way stations. 10 a.
m.t :30 p. m.
I or New Orleans. MemDhls, Birmingham,
Chattanooga. Knoxvllle. Bristol and
Roanoke, 9:00 p. m. dally; Sleeping Car
For Luray.3:40 p. m. dally.
For Baltimore, week days. 5.00. 6.30,
X7.05. X7.10. X800. S.30, X9.30. xIO.OO.
X12.00 a.m., X12.05, 12.10, xl2.-10,x3:00.
3.20. X4.30, 4.33. xo.05. X3.10. X5.30.
X6.20, 6.30. xS.OO. 8.15, X9.20. 11.151
xil.oO p. m.. and X12.01 night. Simdays;
X7.05, X7.10, 8.30, X9.00 a. m., X12.05,
X12.40. 1.00. XS.OO, 3.20. 4.35, X6 05
X5.10, 6.30, xS.OO. X9.20. 11.15. xll.50.
p. m., X12.01 night.
For Annapolis. 7:10 and 8:30 a. m., 12:10
and 4.30 p. m.; Sundays, 8:30 a. m.. 4.35
For Frederick, week davs, 7:35, 1145
a. m., 4.30 , 5.30 p. rn. Sundays, 1:15 p. m.
For Hagerstown. JI0.00 a m. and J5.30
For Boyd and way points, week c"ayb
7.35 a. m., 4.30, 5.30. 7.05 p. m. Sun
days, 1.15, 7.03 p. m.
For Galthersburg and wa7 points, weei
Cavs. 7.35. 9.00 a. m.. 12.50. 3.15. 4.30
4.33, 5.30. 7.05. 11.40 p. m. SundaTy!
9.00 a. m.. 1.15, 4.33. 7.05. ia.15 p. m
For Washington Junction and war points
7.35 a. m.. 4.30. 5.30 p. m. week days!
1.15 p. m. Sundays.
Itojal Blue Line for New Tbrli
All trains illuminated with Pintsch IlghC
For Philadelphia. New York. Boston, and
the East, week days. 8.00, ( 10.00 a. m
DlnlngCar), 12.00, H2.40 DmingCar). 3.00
open 10 o'clock. Additional trains for
Philadelphia, week days. 7.05 a. m.. dally.
O.UU p. iiJ.
BufretParlorCars on all day trains.
For Atlantic City. 1O.0O a. in., 12.00
noon, and 12.40 p. m. week days, 12.40
p. m. Sundays.
For Cape May, 12 noon.
tExcept Sunday. xExpress trains.
Baggage calieu for and checked from
hoteU and residences by Union Transfer
Co. on orders left at ticket offices, 619
Pennsylvania avenue nw.. New York
avenue and Fifteenth street, and at daoot.
WM M- GREEN. CUAS. O. SCULL.
Gon. Manager. Gen. Pass. AgL
(Schedule tn effect January 18. 1897 )
All trains arrive and leave Pennsylvania
8 a. m. Dally, local for Danville. Char
lotte and way stations. connects atManas
sas for Strasburg. Harrisonburg, and
way stations, dally, except Sunday, tcd
at Lynchburg with the Norfolk and West
ern, dailv. and with the Chesapeake and
Ohio, daily, for the Natural Bridge and
11:15 a.m. Dolly. the UNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman Burfet
Sleepurs. New lork and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with
Pullman Sleeper for Asheville and H08
Springs, N. C, KnoxvUle and Chattanooga.
Tenn.. and at Charlotte with Pullman
Sleeper Tor Augusta; Pullman Buffet Sleep
er New York to New Orleans, connecting
at Atlanta Tor Birmingham and Mem
phis. tolil irain Wasiicton to New
Orleans without change. Sunset personally
conducted tourist excursion tnrougn sleeper
on this train every Saturday to San Fran
cisco, without change.
4;01 p. m Local Tor Front Royal. Stras
burg and Harrisonburg, daily, except Sun
day. 4 51 p. m U ally, local for Charlcttcj
vlllo. 6:20 p. m. Dally, except Sunday. NEW
YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITED. Pullman
Vestlbuled Sleeping Cars. Dining Cars.
Observation and Compartment Cars. New
York to Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
Also Pullman sleeping Car New York to
Augusta with connection for Aiken.
lS:43 p. m Dally, WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN. VESTIBULE). LIM
ITED, composed or Pullman Vestlbuled
sleepers, dining cars and day coaches.
PiilUuan sleepers New York to Nash
ville, Tenn., via AshevlUe, KnoxviRu
and Chattanooga: New York to Tampa,
via Clvrotte, Columbia, Savannah and
Jacksonville, and New York to Mem
phis, via uirmlnsrnara. New York to New
Orleans, via Atlanta and Montgomery.
Vestlbuled day coach Washington to At
lanta. S outhemRail way dining car. Greens
boro to Montgomery.
TRAINS ON V ASH1NGT0N AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington U:Ol a. ul.
aaiiy and 4:45 p. m. dauy. except Sun
day, and 6:25 p. m. Sunday only ror
Round Hill; : .2 p. m. :ar. extent Sun
day, Tor Lcesburg, and 6:25 p. m. dally for
Berndon. Returning, arrive at Washing
ton s:26 a. 111. and 3:00 p. m. dally, rrom
Round Bill and 7:06 a. m. daily, axcepc
Sunday, rrom Berndon. and ti:3-i a. m.
dally except Sunday, rrom Leeshurg.
Through trains rrom the South arrive as
Washington 6:42 a. m.. 2:20 p. m., and
9:41) p m. daily, and 9.45 a. m. daBy ex
cept Monday. Harrisonburg. 12:40 p.
m., and 9:40 p. m. dally, except Sunday.
an18:30 a-n... daily, rrom Charlottesville.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation, and In
formation rurnished at offices. 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenue and at Penruyfc
vania Railroad Passenger Station.
W. li. tiKEKT. ben. snpr.
J. Ai. cJUP,xrarno .Manager..
w. a. TiJius.. Uen. Pass. Agen.
L. b". .Brown. Uen. Agt. Jl'kss. XXp