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THE WASHINGTON TIMES
UELP AVANTKlJ ilAXK ANU
81 X. MILLION PEOPLE voted Tor Hon.
W. J. Bryan. His only book, "The I-lrst
Battle.''s now ready. Ageatsiuitkingrrom
1T25 ro $150 per week; the greatest seller
or the -age: send Tor outfit quirk. Beware
nr fraudulent books. W. B. CONKEY COM
.OAZSY. Sole Publishers, Chicago. fc28-8t
WAITED 300 white .and colorwl men and
women for the rush: Call quick at S. A.
COOMBS' AGENCY, 519 10th St. nw.
WANTED 1,000 waiters, cooks, dis-washers,
laundresses, panlrv women: 1-50 to
i er dav; ctiauiberninids anil general
linuM-woHcers. CITY INTELLIGENCE OF
FICE, 427 11th st. nw. fo27-7o
ALL kindsof help furnished freeof charge
by mall or calling, rrom 8 a. in. until
11 p. in. No. 1717 11th st. nw. fe24-t
WANTED Three good white barters for
inauguration week. Caii Aionduy NE
NATIONAL. THEATER SHAVING PAR-
WANTED Thorougnlv competent coloied
butler, with private family reference.
614 i:uii st. nw. lt
WANTED -Waiters, cooks, and kitchen
help. 614 13th ht. nw. It
WANTED -One first-class barber. 501
D st. us-. PAUL UONAUERES. It
"WASTED -5 dining-room waiters: must
be hustlers; 1 order cook. 401 10th st.
"WANTED -First-class barber. At 705
12th t. nw. mal-3t
WANTED -100 men and hoys to sell the
luteal and best souvenirs during the
inniigrrnlton. Applv between the hours of
1 and 2, M. RUBENSTEIN, 523 7th st.nw.
"WANTED Ho vs. experienced, to feed
presses. HA'YWOUTH PUBLISHING
HOUSE. 015F st. It
"WANTED -Three first-class barbers. 711
14th st. nw. S. SCALIA. mal-3t
WANTED A first-class restaurant cook.
Call at 102 Indiana ave- mal-.Jt
WANTED Two waiters.
New York ave.
WANTED Third-class- engineer at night
in steam plant; n arrieu man with best
references. ENGINEEU, this office.
WANTED A good barber. Apply .-'.
7th st. nw.; residence, 173 1 st. nw.,
G. MILLER. fe2S-3t
WANTED -50 men or boys: the best in
augural noveltv: big profits; no risk.
Call 1 a. in., 2d lloor, 417 7th st. nw.
WANTED Men and boys to sell inaug
ural programs on March 4; call eaily;
big profits. G. E. WILLIAMS, Printer
and Bookbinder. 61 5 7th st. nw. fe2S-4t
WANTED Al canvassers: liberal com
mission on ready celling article or n-.eiit;
ro lKoks: permanent, position to right man.
Address M. X. T.. this office. fo28-3t
WANTED An experienced boy to set type.
bOU E st. nw., third floor. fe2ia-3t
WANTED An industrious man to sell
the Singer sewing machine. Apply 010
Hth st. nw. fc27-3t.em
WANTED -A voung colored man to wash
dishes and do general work. Applv 240
1st st. nw. iV2,-3t
V vtp - ti xp.TienciMl grocery clerk:
must be settled and well recommended.
Address GROCER, this office. fe27-3t
WANTED Lrw-iy agents io tell tlie great
est inauguration pi!.7ie n laitli. Apply
aft.r 10 a. in. at 1 o in r.4,W aider build
in, toiittieast coiner 9 th and 1 fets.
WANTED This is vour harvest -Wideawake
men can make big money by han
dling the best article in the market during
inauguration . We will start you out to suc
cess. Call at once. Room 17, Warder Build
ing. Itth and I-' sts nw. lc27-tt
AuENTS amfstieetmeii maKe big money;
Gier A Co.'s "Living Photographs;" a
miniature kinetoscope: speakers, boxers.
Little Egypt: rew scenes, etc., etc. NOV
ELTY EXPORT CO.. sole agents. Wash
ington Branch, Central Power Station,
I'ennsvlvauia ave. Mala office, 1270
Bioadwav. New York. fe26-7t
AM'th-1 or i.e .i ten days, ten boys
with tood bicycles for messenger ser
vire: 75 cents per day. Appl 1428 F
WANTED, Man who want to make money
dining inauguration to sell official AIc
Kinlcv cane; call early. E. A. STIEBEL.
514 itth st. nw. fe24-7t-em
WANTED A respectable colored girl to
do general housework and washing and
lroniug. Call 511 F st. nw. It
WANTED -A respectable colored girl as
waitress; light color prefeired. Call at
458 C st. nw., ready for work. It
WANTED AVoman to assist in cooking:
also a dish washer- 353 Pa. ave. nw.;
Inquire in store. It
"WANTED White general houseworker;
no washing; small familv. G14 13th
st. nw. It
WANTED White waitresses, chamber
maids, panlrvand kitchen help for hotels
614 13th st. nw. It
WANTED While cook. $23; waitress, $20;
small familv. 014 i:h st. nw. It
WANTED Colored cook. $15; also Cham
bermaid, 12; two in family. 614 13th
st- nw. It
WANTED Chambermaid; also a woman
to help in kitchen. 1502 H st. It
THIRTEEN women for housework: five
young girls and waiters. 306 G st- 1C
WANTED An educated German girl as
nurse- 1747 Oregon ave. nw. It
WANTED House to house canvassers on
household necessity; good salarv or lib
eral commission; experienre unnecessary.
Address TURNER, this office. . fc2S-7C
WANTED Six reliable women for wait
ers and chambermaids. 306 G st. nw.
WANTED A white woman for general
housework at 635 A st. ne.; call bet. 5
and p. m. fe27-3t
WANTED Reliable colored woman tocook
for two in family; good wages. 1026
21st st.nw. fe27-3t
WANTED Apprentice in hair dressing at
1207 G"nw. fc27-3t
STTTTATI ONS "WANTED MAI. E.
WANTED Young man will pay $50 on
stieet railwav paving $40 or $50 per
month. Address J. "W. B., this office.
SrrCATIONSTV ANTED FKMATJ3.
WANTED Place as waitress; best of refer
ences Address C. B.. this office. fe27-3t
WANTED By a ccok, piaceiu hotel or res
taurant. 1805 T st. n w. fe28-3t
WANTED By a, respectable colored girl,
a place as a cook, or chambermaid, or
general housework: a good reference. No.
102. loth st. nw. Call 3 days.
W ANTED- By colored woman, place to do
general housework. 339 MO. ave. sw
WANT ED -Place as chambermaid, by col
ored woman. 1120 Conn. ave.
WANTKD--M1SCELLAN KO US.
WANTED To buy 2 tickets to Chicago
or California. CHEAP TICKET, this of-
WANTED To hire horses; good aire taken;
to use for thirty days. W. H. DAWES.
22 It st. ne. fe27-3l-em
WANTED A typewriter, cheap for cash;
ic worn-out machine considered. TYPE
WRITER, this office. fe27-3b
WANTED To rent or lease, storeroom on
or near Peiin. ave.. bet. 7th and 13th
sts.; by April 15; state location and price.
UNION, this office. fc20-7t
WANTED To rent little farm wiUiln 2
miles rrom city; not over 5 acres; fenced;
bn rn. stable for horse and 2 cows; goodand
plenty water; good dwelling house; no less
than 5 rooms. Write, slatmir location, price
or rent and terms, to R. MENAB0NI. 112
1st, st, Washington city. fe25-7t
WANTED Furniture moved; largest two
nqrse load in the city, $2.50; one-horse
loads, $l-.5; pianos. S2; experienced
handlers. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO .
323 4 -J. st. nw. '1'hone 1366. no!7-tf
WANTED old Books-To buy all kinds
of old and miscellaneous books, for cash
Address WILLIAMS OLD BOOKSTORE
TWO BOARDERS (young gentlemen pre
IS"e.dT' Sod table: nice room; in nw.;
20. Address PERRY, this office. fe28-2t
THE original Inaugural silk flag cane.
For sale by L. RUBEN, 202 East Cap
itol st,. fc27-3t
WA NT ED POSXAG 15 STAMPS.
WANTED For cash, all kinds of old United
' States postage and department stamps;
collections also bought. n. F. DUNK
horst. ioi n-7th st. nw ie!-tr
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Rooms for the inauguration.
511 F st. nw. mal-2t
FURNISHED ROOMS for inaugural vis
itors. KU2 G st. nw. mhl3t
FOR RENT Elegantly furnished rooms,
Tor the inauguration or permanently;
terms reasonable: direct cable to ail rail-road-stations.
803'9th st. nw. iiial-3t
FOR RENT A furnished room, with all
conveniences. 908 9th st. nw. mal-3t
FOR RENT-707 5lh st. nw.; rurnished
rooms, with or wLnoiit board, dining in
auguration; convenient neighborhood: terms
nw.; ;5 minutes' watk from Wliite House;
large fiiriusheil rront nurns. with or witti
out board, at reasonable prices. mrl-7t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; private fam
ily; accommodations for 10 or 12 gen
tlemen. GUI N. J. ave. nw. mrl-3t
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. fc2S-3t
FOR RENT For, inauguration; 3 large
floors, suitable for club or band; on prom
inent street, near depot; single beds if de
hired; also heat. 643 La., ave. nw.
FOR RENT Elegantly furnished rooms;
permanently or to parties attending In
auguration; from $1 to $2 per day. 720
lltu st. nw. fe28-3t
FOR RENT 801 12th st. nw.. 1 large
front room, on corner; board if desired,
at $12 per month. fe28-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, Willi heat;
accommodations for 20. No. 317 1'a.
ave. n w. , 2d floor. fe28-4t
FOR RENT Two suites of icoms, with
l.o"- and cold water, on first and second
flo.-irs: suitable lor Members or dcctois:
alio two rooms on tliiid floor. At 1017
14th st. fe28-3t
full KENT 3 rooms on 1st floor. 246
8th ne. fe28-3b
FOR RENT Light, pleasant rooms; well
heated; tirsuclass board; $16 per mouth.
416 H st. lie. fe2S-6t
bo . RENT Two unfurnished noms.lirsC
floor 513 11 tb st. nw.; central: suit
able for olflce or business. A.- E. II.
MIDDLETON.603 14th st.nw. ie2f--3t
FOR RENT Nice, warm room, for lodg
ing; can accommodate 50 to 70. 315
Missouri ave. fe28-3t
FOR RENT Three desirable, unfurnished,
front rooms; second floor; heat, gas,
bath; gas tor cooking; rent reasonable;
convenient to Government Printing and
Pension Offices; four car lines pahs the
door. 68 C st. n w. fe27-3tem
FOR RENT-215 Otli st. sw., near Smith
sonian Park, a large, well-heated room;
comfortable beds and bedding; no cots:
for a party of six. gentlemen; also iiicelv
l'ur. rooms for inauguration, or perma
nently; terms reasonable; lurnace heat,
mm, eio., luuiinun uuuLiiii iiiiu iirnt vil'.SS
FOR RENT Two fur. rooms; very reason
able. 171Stith st. nw. fe27-3t,em
SIX OR EIGHT gentlemen will find com
fortable rooms; with good board: at low
rates; with Virginia people; .-it 1113 B
st. lie. fc27-3t,cm.
FOR RENT Handsomely furnished, or un
furnished parlors; suitable for dentist.
716 11th st. nw. fc27-3t-em
FOR RENT Large Tur. rront room, 2d
floor: also small back room; a. m. I.; rent
reasonable. 626 I st. nw. fe27-:H
FOR RENT During inauguration, large
2d-story rront cuoiu; private familv. 22
ijuiney st. ne. fe27-4c
FOR RENT 214 Asi'.-:i fur. rooms; sepa
rately or singly; entire 3d rioor; half block
east or Library. fe27-3t
TWO unfur. rooms, ;.d lloor: nice loca
tion; east and west front; $S month, good
tenant; ref. 1542 Columbia st. nw., near
P. st. fe26-3t,em
FOR RENT Fur. rooms; i-oar t li .cMred',
priv.itefaniilv. 42f:tlst.nw fp26-7t-cm
FOB RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT $16.30 per month; new 6
rooin, bath and cellar house; 1206
Florida ave. ne.: key at 1204 Florida ave.
D. B. GOTTWALS, 811 11th St. nw.
FOR RENT 223 A st. s.e., half square
fiom Library, 10 rooms and bath: laige
stable. $45 per month: ltSB 12th st.
nw., 6 rooms. $22. M per month. A. E.
R.M1DDLETOX.603 14th st.nw. fe28-3t
FOR RENT Colored tenants; 1335 nth
nw.; 5 rooms, $13.50; 1342 5th nw.,
6 rooms and store, $20.50. Applv 1316
Sth n w. fe"28-3t
F"OR RENT 4122 Conduit, 6 rooms,
porch, cellar, stable, water; grazing, etc.:
near Wash, and Great Falls R. R.; $10;
key at 1848 5th st. nw. fc23-3t
FOR RENT House No. 68 Mass. ave.
nw.; $15.30. fu24-6t
FO R R EXT FLATS.
FOR RENTA flat of four unfuinished
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. fe27-3t .
FOR RENT SrilURBAX.
AT BRIGHTWOOI). 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.
TRICE. $30 PER MO., BY THE YEAR.
Apply to J. V. N. KV YCK.
fe27-tf 1 505 Penn. ave. nw.
FOR SALE nOTJSHS.
FOR SALE--THAT BEAUTIFUL NE VT
et- se., bet. 1st and 2d, E and 1' sts.; 2
stories; 6 large rooms and prettv bath; wldo
HALLS. CLOSETS, HOT AND COLD
WATER, RANGE. OPEN STAIRWAY.
HANDSOMELY PAPERED. Price $2,100;
this is $1 .000 less than cost or lot and ma
terials to build. .MUST BE SOLD. SEE
IT AND MAKE OFFER AT ONCE. Keva
next door. No 122. DAVID D. STONE &
CO., 804 F st. nw. fe28-3t
$2,650 on Wide Concrete St.
Now two-slory bay-window bricks, six
rooms, bath and pantry: cabinet mantels,
china closets, electric bells and gas light
ing: concrete yards, rear allev and front
parkings: select neighborhood," one. square
from .Md. ave.. near cars. Iierdics and
public school. Terms made to suit pur
chasers. 1367-1377 Emerson st. ne., bet.
E and F, 3 3th and 14tli sts.: inspection
InviUKl. Apply GEO. P. NEWTON, Builder
and Owner. Room 23 I.e Droit, building,
Stn and F st-s. nw. fe25-Gt em
FOR SALE Cheap 1 I have two nice two
story bouses, with concrete cellar under
entire house; bay window, buff bricks, stone
trimmings, granolithic walks, oak cabi
nets, open plumbing, steel-clad tubs, hand
somely papered, large yards to wide alley
These houses are 70!) and 711 Seventh
5.t?.e-:.,uV'1 art-' "l"-"'1 ry tiny from 1 2 to
o:30. lake a look at them if you want to
get a house in that location, for I'll sell
them cheap and on accommodating term's.
B. F. SAUL. oOS lltll st. n w.
FOR SA!.KWn hnvi in.n n. - "
houses: we are offering below cost for
a fchort time. OU1 and get our list givlmr
location and prices. D. B. GOTTWAXS &
v.vj.. n--in.-t.. oi i inn bu nw. Ie25-4t.(iin
FOR SAI,T?-Smnl1 fnrm fn n
burg R R.: o-rooin house and outer build
lnf i" llr.f,r"cIass condition. Jnriuire of J
FUR SALE-JJOKSKS & VEHICLES.
FOR SALE On account of storage and
repairs, 2 day tons, 2 grocer v, 1 coal or
expresb wagon; also beveral carriages
Duggies. coupes, and wagonettes; no reason
able orrer refused. 027 D st.nw. 'Phone
FOR SALE-IIORSES AND VEHrCLES
B. 1). Houck, 301 10th st. nw.; largo
assortment of new and second-hand double
aud single harness; 100 sets or govern
ment wagon harness; also a large assort
ment of double, hack and coupiT harness:
ion government saddles. fel3-iru em
yOR SAJLE BICTCLTjS.
F?o 8AtLEa'9 JiS-toj;: used very little:
$50. J. A., 927 Nf. Y. aroi fe28-3t
!FORSALK OU JIKJiT-
REAL ESTATE' BULLETIN
TrrOMA3 E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F St. Nw.
TWO-STORYv BRICK AND FRAME
,.,,, HOUSES FOR SALE,
i-lli and 1222 Aladlsou stuw, r ft.
S7t I rospoct avo. nw, r h 2.D0O
jV r.V1"1 303 "2a stin w. b h, 6 rma. 2,400'
-150 and 2152 D stuw, b h. 6 rms. 2,400
303 nnd 305 o st alloy nw. b h,
4 rms 2.200
,ri iN sl ,nv r 1. 4 ims: l.noo
dl 13 and 2115 D sfcnw, b ft. 5 rma. 1,500
4r alley, bet 1 2th and 13th aud T
U sts.bh.4rms 1,000'
735 Q stnw, fh, 5rms 1,000'
0 alley, bet N Can and 1st, ard O
and P sts, bh, 4 rms soo
THREE-STORY BRICK AKD FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
J2f?ltn stne.b h. is rooms $14,000
1 1 30 and 1742 F 6t nw, b n, 10
,J58ms - 10,500
1833 and 1830 Corcoran he, b h,
v rooniB ..,.., t),500
1531 itth st nw, b n. 8 rms ........ 8,300
5?21 and 2323 7thst nw, b t: 6,000
oJ4ri3tlist no, bh. o rms y.OOO
uOO F st ne, b h. 6 rms 2,700
48 and50 .Myrtle st ne. b h. 6 rms.. 2,000
a-i and 84. Dufrecs st. b h, 7 nun. . .. 3,250
iioiiey ciose, r n, o rma 3,000
UN'.MPROVED PROPERTYFOR SALE
Miiitnsideoi' .M ht. near 11th ...
Aufcrey Heights ,
Lots in square T7. ae
Mass ave. bet 1 stand 2dne
3d sc, betK und L stsne
, .. 4,no(,
.... 1 25
Lot u. square 506
Del ave. bet Band Cstssw
Cor 6th and 11 sts sw
FOR RENT HOUSES.
713 12th at nw, 11 rms $50 50
220 1 stnw, 12 mis 40 00
800 6th sLnw. 0 rms 27 00
1004 Fia ave nw. 0 rms 23 50
621 C st sw. 6 rms 15 30
2261 Cleveland ave uw, o rms 14 00
808 and 810 N U avo nw, 0 rms.. 12 50
34-10 it st nw. 0 rms 12 50
210 l-iut st sw. 4 rms 8 33
408 6 1-2 st sw. tl rms 8 30
313 a o ave se, 4 rms 7 00
1210 Ulagdcn'H alley uw, -inns .. .. 6 30
80 G st ne, 5 rms 7 00
1025 Tempcranceavcnw,4.rms.... 6 00
1145 23d stnw, 3 rms oo
STORES. OFFICES. ETC.
Strnnddwg, 127525th stnw, 6 rms.. $20 00
Stranddwg, 1416 3d stnw, 4 rms.. 14 00
Stable, rear 405 C stsw 10 00
Stable, rear 508 12th st nw 0 00
1114 O st uw, 3d-siory front rm and
haiirm 20 00
The abou is only a poition of the prop
erty on mj books. For full lifat call at of
fice for bulletin issued on tlie 1st and 15th,
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN. 0 17 F ST.NW.
TO EXCHANGE -FlneliuUdlng lot, Copp's
subdivision Rockvllle. for Lansion Mono
type htock. BRUSH, Room 30 Atlantic
Tin' laSvr exce school or music
GEO. W. LAWRENCE. Director.
VOICE. (Specialty or Beginners.) PIANO.
Studios, 4 and 0, 03 F nw. REASON
ABLE TERMS. Natural Method. Voice
Trial Gratis. Pupils' Recitul, March 26.
KOSHER BOARDING HOUSE. W.
WOLF, No.621 II. st. nw fe26-6t
One Cent a Word.
Want a Cook,
Want a Situation, '", !,',
Want a Servant Girl, "' .
Want to Rent a House. ' -
d i -.
Want to Hire Any Help,- .- -a...-.
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 reasonahle
You can do it easily through the Want columns of
j Which Ha By Far the
FOR RENT Front rooms. With outlook on
inaugural parade, with (ward; $3 to $5
per day. 216 N. CapitoL st. It
FOR REXT Accommodations for two
or three persons; rooms 75c each per
day; meals 25c each. 723 1 1th st.
FOR RENT Two very fine furnished
rooms, near Capitol, for inauguration
week. J. II. M., this office. It
FOR RENT Windows Tor tlie inaugura
tion, on second and third floor; - all
aflordUig fine view and well heated: froia
S5 to 10. At 351 Pennsylvania ave.
FOR RENT Parlor, 20x25 feet, three
windows and balcony, that will seat
30 or 35; best view; above 15th St.;
price $."0. Address M. T. I'., this ofiicc.
GO TO 213 Pennsylvania ave. nw. for
tickets to view parade; heated rooms;
two large windows and balcony. fe28-3t
FOR RENT Large, nicely furnished iiont
room: nvar Pennsylvania ave. and
Wliite Hduse: three windows; heat and
gas. 720 17th st. nw. fe28-3t
FOR REM' During Inauguration, rur
nished rooms, with or without board.
1002 Florida ave. ne. fe28-3t
CAN accommodate a paity of six or eight
during tlie inauguration; private house.
710 H. st. ne. fe28-3t
ROOMS suitable for transients during in
auguration week. 2122 M st. nw. i'e28-3t
A LARGE, 2d-story front room, for two
people, with board, during inaugura
tion; at $5 each per day: private family;
every comfort; at 181 G st. nw.
1 AM equipped to accommodate 15 or 20
people; during inauguration; board if
necessary. 716 11th st. nw. fc27-3t,em
GOOD accommodations ror a few persons
can be had at 321 4 1-2 st. sw. fe27-3t
NICELY FUR. .ROOMS for inauguration
visitors; rooms btngle or double; bourd
ir desired; cheap, call at store, 66 Pierce
st. nw. fe27-3t
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 Best, seats. Low
est prices. Inauguialgrand stand, touth
side i'cnnsylvania ave., between 13th
and 1-lth sts. nw. The only public stand
in tlie city that affords a complete and
unobstructed view from the Capitol to
the Treasury. Don't buy anywhere until
joji have inspected it. for yourself. Sale
of seats now in progress. le27-3t
ROOM, board and viewer parade at rea
sonable rates, at 2136 Pa. ave. nw.
FOR HIRE OR SALE-The chen pest price
Tor cots or mattresses in town. Call or
address S. J. NOTES, 613 F st. nw.
FOR HIREA nice, stylish saddle horse;
mmLcte for Inauguration day; price,
$10; references. Apply 1917 14th st. nw
FOR HIRE Full dress suits, $1 only.
JULIUS COHEN, 1104 7th st. nw.
AIADAM RE NA Clairvoyant; card reader;
iiasr.. iil-i'iiir, nnd future rruHifiill v hilflT
fee 25 and 50c. 1102 New York ave.
HAVE vour dining-rooms, parlors, and
showwltidowHtlecorated byLEE ROSEN
FIELD, original crepe pa'per decorator.
Address L. R-, this oftlce. It
Fxpcrfc Specialist in tie cure of all forms of
private diseases Stricture, Hydrocele, and
Varicocele quickly cured. Diseases of the
blood, skin, bladder, kidneys, and syph
ilitic diseases permanently cured. Vital
Consultation free. Both sexes.
Hours, 0 to 12, 2 to 5. Tuesday, Thurs
day, and Saturday evenings, 7 to 8. No.
602 if nw.
U YPSY QUEEN I ortilne teller: iPdies 50c,
gentlemen $1 (no Sign). 137 B kt. te.,
opposite new Library. fc20-8t
Born clairvoyant and sclentino palmist.
Tells your name, occupation, and just what
you want to know: also tells about busi
ness deals, love affairs, family troubles,
friends and enemies, reunites the separ
ated, brings quarrels all rigid, removes
spells, causes good luck," etc. Fee, 25, 50o
and $1. Hours, 0 to' 0 daily, except
Sunday. Hours Sunday; 2 to 4. Parlors,
025 li st. nw. Sutnsruction guaranteed.
MME. FRANCIS removes spells, evil influ
ences; reunites separated, gives luck to
all; 25 and 50c; hours 0 to 0. 302 East
U.pitol st. fe24-7t
LADIES needing confidential treatment,
a sure and safe relief In all woman's
complaints and irregularities. Gold medal
awarded Tor the science or obstetrics rrom
tlie University of Munich, Bavaria. Strict
ly couridMitlal. MRS. DR. RENNER, No.
8 7th st. ne., near East Capitol ut., Wash
ington, D. C.
DR. TAYLOR. 006 F st. nw., makes
full sets of teeth for $5; uutibfactlon
guaranteed; teeth extracted without
pain; gold filling, $1; amalgam, 50c;
extracting free wheu plates are made.
NO GURU, SO PAY,
No. 01!) I'. Ave. N. Y., Washington. D. C.
Speciaiiscin chmiits and private diseases.
Piles, Stricture, Hydrocele. Uout, Catarrh.
Dyspepsia, Blood 1'oision cured, Vitality re
stored. Consultation free and confidential to
uoMi si'.es. Daily. U to 12. .1 to .
OUR greatest medium and spiritual moth
er, 1)11. MARX GORDON, tells you all
things and prescribes :u proper remedy Tor
vour troubles; consult this gifted lady be
lore ills too lulu. NuwU 52V 13th st.nw.
PROF. CLAY. Clairvoyant; greatest For
tune Teller: all events of life from cradle
to grave: business, iovu affairs, losses,
etc., Tor CO cents; reunites separated hus
band or wiTe; makes lover or sweetheart
true: causes speedy marriage: removes any
trouble: 10 to 10 daily. 480 U tt. sw.
.MME. THEO, MEDIUM,
Scicnlirio iialini.se ami card reader; know
vour rate and fortune; open dally. German
spoken. 25c and 50c. 020 II st.nw.
, 1 .
One Cent a Word.
Largest Circulation, f
10 LEARtN to economize is the Hrst step
to become a millionaire; you surely take
that step when you buy one of our ele
gant custom made suits or overcoats, lit
M.9..w,9.rn ;lt figures that will supris-e you.
JUSTUS OLD STAND. 610 D St. nw.
FOR S AT. E MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A fine Shetland ponv; 2-scat
trap and harness; safe ror children to
drive; also side-bar buggv; delivery wagon
and harness; and light day ton; will sell
cheap, 1105 uth st. nw. mal-3t
FOR SALE Bargains; 8x12, 10x15
Gordons; 6x10 Prouty job presses.
615 F st. nw. mal-3t
FOR SALE Horse,. harness and buggy.
443 l st. nw. mal-3t
1'OR SALE One Dangler gasoline stove;
three burners, and one oven; excellent
condition; $4. 100 E st. nw. mal-3t
FOR SALE Fox terrier pups; well-bred
and marked. 3225 O- st. fe28-3t
10R SALE Toilet soap, 20 cents doz. for
inauguration. TEXAS, this office
FOR SALEA total adder cash register.
National; nearly new. CIGAR STORE.
406 1-2 uth nw. fe27-:it-em
FOR SALE Nearly new dayton wagon;
cheap. 810 13th st. nw. fc27-3t
FOR SALE Typewriter; pood as new:
$20. Address GOOI), this ofiicc. fc27-3t
1-OR SALE Best Elgin butter fresh from
tlie churn; the most delicious butter ever
n:adc, and only 2Sc, or 4 pounds for $1.
It. 11. YOUNGS, 76 and 77 O st. Mniket,
and 60 Riggs Market. Postal orders
promptly filled. fe27-3t
i OR, SALE Set American Encyclopedia,
Appleton's: leather binding; 35 vols.,'83
edition: cost $210: will sell for $45; good
as new. Address BOOKS, this office.
1-OR 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
iOR SALE Horse, covered wagon ahd
harness suitable for grocer or huckster;
also a cow, cheap. WILLIAM HO WLETT,
3d and U sts. ne.,Ecl;ingtou, D. 0. fe27-3t
FOR SALE Horse, harness nnd buggy.
-443 1 st. nw. .. . fe26.3t.em
1-OR bALE lecd-water heater, smoke
stack (30 niches diameter, 70 feethigh),
water-tube boiler (0 horse power), and
two power transmitters; all in first-class
co-idition: no reasonable cfler refused.
Apply to G.C.THOMPSON, Chief Engineer
Purity Ice Co., Armory place, near 5th
and T. k(k. nw. . r..in
FOR SALE-liardwocid springs. $1; hair
cots: hair mattresses i made over. $2.
oiuiin x jjAuuiS. j.:::j;s Ten sc, nw.
fe24-0G T -
lOR SALE At McLaughlin's stables, 12
da st. ne., two 'good, stylish, second
hand vehicles: a diag; and a tiap: very
chenp: co.st $l,4ru,jtt!cc $175. fe24-7t
FOR SALE At a Kacniflce. beautiful oil
paintings. ART EMPORIUM. 1216 G st.
w. " Xe23-7t-em
MONEY WANTED ANI TO LOAN.
Made on Furniture, Pianos, H orscs, WagonB,
etc., at lowest rates and quickest pos
sible time. Strictly confidential. Please
Viul l)cf(,ro securing loans elsewhere
WVSI1?GT0N MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
610 F street northwest.
WE WANT 1.000 BORROWERS
Who desire from $50 to $10,000 each
on stocks, bonds, trusts, loan association
certificates, warehouse receipts and life
or tontine policies in old-line companies;
uo delay; no chattel mortgages taken.
YERKES & BAKER,
40 to 46 Meterott llldg.. 1110 F st. nw.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Large sums at 5 and 5 1-2 per cent on
D. C. real estate; $250, $500, $750, etc.,
at 6 per ceut;ali transactions conductedwith
economical consideration for borrowers.
WM. II. SAUNDERS Jt CO.,
nira 1407 F st. nw.
FARMS FOR SALE OR RENT.
SOUTH FLORIDA. SOLXU FLOR
IDA. FOR SALE OR. .EXCHANGE
A beautiful, improved, unincumbered700
acre, Lake Front, Residence Plantation,
on Lake Garrield, 6 miles from county
seat in Soutli Florida; Oranges, Lemons,
and all descriptions of Semi-Troplcal and
other Fruits. In heart or Phosphate,
Vegetable, Pineapple, and Tobacco Region;
now under cultivation, witli ail necessary
farming implements; Immediate Possession
and Easy Terms. Apply to JOHN HAN
COCK, Attorney-at-Law, 2401 Pa. ave.,
Washington, D. C. fe27-10t
FOR KENT Small farm; 7 1-2 miles from
city; 7 acres, very rich land; rrult of all
kinds in abundance; 6-room dwelling, and
outbuildings; fine water and health; the
place for poultry. Address PRINCE
GEORGE, this onfeo. fe27-3t
PENSION VOUCHERS can be legally ex
ecuted Thursday. March 4, at 4tu and F
sts. nw.. opposite Pension Agency; pen
sioners wilt nnd a notary here night and
day. and vouchers will buexecuted promptly
and reasonably, after which tney can be
personally placed in tlie voucher box at
the agency, thus saving postage and time
in transmission through the ufails; office
open at 1 2 o'clock, midnight, Wednesday.
FRANK D. BLACKISTONE. Notary Public.
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES FOR THE
NAVY YARD, WASHINGTON, D. C
February 12, 1807. Sealed proposals in
dorsed "Proposals for supplies lor the
Navy Yard, Washington, D. C, to be opened
March 2, 1807," will be received at the
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, Navy
Department, Washington, D. C, until 12
o'clock noon, March 2, 1897, and publicly
opened Immediately tlieiearter, to furnish
at the Navy Yard, Washington, D. C,
160,000 feet yellow pine sheet piling and
562 piles. The articles must conform to
the Navy standard and passthe usual Naval
inspection. Blank proposals will be fur
nished upon application to tlie Navy Yard,
Washington, D. C. The attention of manu
facturers and dealers is invited. Tie bids,
another tilings being equal, decided by lot,
The department reserves the right to waive
defects or to ic.iect any or all bids not
deemed advantageous to the Government
ED WIN STEWART, Paymaster General, U.
S. w. fel0.22.26-marl
Should be read daily, by all interested,
as changes may occur at any time.
Foreign Mails for the week ending March
6, lbi7, close promptly at this office aa
MONDAY (b)At 0:20 p. m. for Europe,
per s. s. Trave. rrom New York, via
Southampton and Bremen.
TUESDAY (bjAt 0:20 p. m. for Europe,
per . s. New York, rrom New York, via
Southampton. (c)At 10:55 p. m. for
Europe, per s. s. Britannic, rrom New
York, via Queenstown. (c)At 10:55 p.
rn ror Belgium direct, per s. s. Noordland,
irom New York, via Antwerp. Letters
must lie directed "per Noordland."
A EDNESDAY (c)At 10:55 p. m. for
NvUierlnuds direct, per s. s. Edam, from
New York, via Amsterdam. Letters must
be directed "per Edam."
FRIDAY lb") At 6:io p.m. for France,
Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Tur
key, Egypt and Iiritisn India, per s. s. La
Gascogne, from New York, via Havre. Let
ters for other parts or Europe must be dl
rested "per La Gascogne '. lb) At 7:20 p.
in. for Europe, per s. s. Umbria, rrom New
X'ork, via Queenstown. (c) At 10:35 p.
m. Tor Netherlands direct, per s. s. Am
tserdam, from New York, via Rotterdam.
Letters mustbedirected"per Amsterdam."
ic) At 10:55 p. m. for Genoa, per s. s.
Werru, rrom New York. Letters must be
directed "per Werra. (c) At 10:55 p.
in. Tor Scotland direct, per s. s. Ethiopia,
from 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, etu, for Germany, andspeclallv
addre.-ned printed matter, etc., for other
parts of Europe.
Wnite Star steamers sailing from New
Vork on Wednesdays take specially ad
dressed printed matter, etc.. for Europe.
The American, Cunard nnd French Line
steamers sailing rrom New York take print
ed matter, etc., tor all countries Tor which
they are advertised to carry mail.
Mails for South nnd Central Amer
ica, West Indies, Kto.
MONDAY (f)At 3:50 a. m.. for Nassau,
N. P., per steamer from Miami, FJa.
(a)At 3:20 p. in., ror Jamaica, per steamer
liom Boston, (c) At 10:05 p. in., for Belize,
Puerto Cortez, and Guatemala, per steamer
from New Orleans. (b)At 10:55 p. m.,
rorinagiyi. Cape Haiti, Gonaives, St. Marc,
Petit Goave.andJeremie, per s.s. Saginaw,
from New York.
TUESDAY. (d)At 0:25 a. m., for Port
Antonio, per steamer from Baltimore.
(DAt3.00 p. m., ror Jamaica, per steamer
from Port Tampa, Fla. (cAt 10:03 p. in.,
ror Costa Rica, per steamer from New
Orleans. (cAt 10:55 p. m., for Bermuda,
per s. s. Trinidad, rrom New York.
WEDNESDAY (f)At 3:50 a. m., for
Nassau, N. P., per steamer from Miami.
11ICRSDAY (c)At 10:55 p. m., for
Brazil, per s.s. Coleridge, from New York,
via Pernamhuco, Bahia and Rio Janeiro.
Letters rrom North Brazil una La Plata
countries must be directed "per Coleridge."
(c).t 10:5.". p.m., Tor St. Domingo and
Turks Island, pers. s. Cherokee, from New
lork. (c)At 10:55 p. in., for North
Brazil, pur s. s. Lisbonense, from New
York.-via Para. Marauhum and Ceara.
FRIDAY (c)At 10:55 p. m., for Ja
maica, Savanilla and Ureytown, per s.
s. Adirondack, rrom Now York. Letters
ror Costa Rica must be directed "per
Adirondack.'' (c)At 10:55 p. m., Tor
Caiupeclie, Chiapas. Tabasco and Yucatan,
per s.s. Orizaba, from New Y'ork. Let
ters Tor other parts of Mexico must be di
rected "per Orizaba." (c)At 10:55 p. in.,
for Venezuela and Curacao; also Savanilla
and Carthagena, via Curacao; per s. s.
Caracas, from New York.
SATURDAY-(OAt 3:50 a. in., for
Nassau, N. P., per steamer from Miami,
Fla. (d)At 11:35 a. in., for St. Pierre
Miquclon, per steamer from Halifax.
Mails lor Newfoundland, bv rail to Hall
rax, 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 here daily at
3:20 p. m.(a)
Mails for Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa,
Fla., and Mience via steamer, sailing
Mondays and Thursdays, close here daily
at 3:00 p. m.(e
. Mails for Mexico, overland (except
those for Campeche, Chiapas. Tabasco, and
Yucatan, which will be forwarded via
New York, after Wednesday, overland,
close up to and including the 10:50 p.
in. closing Friday), close here dally at
7:10 a. m.(d) J H
Mails for Australia (except West Austra
lia), Hawaii and Fiji Islands (specially
addressed only), per s. s. Miowera. from
Vancouver, close here dailv after Febru
ary 27. up to 6:30,p. in., March l.(d)
Mails forChina and Japan, per s. s. Brne
mer, from Tacoma, close heie daily up to
March 13, at 6:30 p. m.(d)
Malls ror China and Japan, per s. s. Peru,
Irom San Francisco, close here daily up to
6:30 p. in., March 17.(d)
Malls for Hawaii, per s. s. Australia,
from San Francisco, close here daily mi
to 6:30 p. in.. 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. til., March 22.(d)
.Mails j or the Society Islands per ship
Tiojilc Bird rrom San Francisco close
here daily up to 6:30 p. m. Match 25.(dl
Mails for Australia (except those for
west Australia, which aie forwarded via
Euiooe), New Zealand, Hawaii. Fiji and
Sainoan Islands per s. s. Mariposa from
San Francisco close hero daily up to
6: 30 p. in. March 27.(d)
Transpacific n.alis aie fonvarded to tlie
port of sailing daily, and the schedule of
closing is a Hanged in the presumption or
their unintemiptcd overland tiauf-it.
(a)IJegistered mails close at 10 a. m.
(b)i(cgistcrcu mans close at 1
(ciiieg.istereu mans close at 6
(dd egistercd mails close at
(e) Registered mails close at
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
(f)Registcied mails dose at
6 p. m.
1 p. m.
1 p. m.
JAMES P. .WILLETT, Postmaster.
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13th St. & Pa. Ave.
I ; .I15' cx" i:4D. "5:00, 5:20, ex.;
5:40,8:05, ex.; 6:20. 7-00. "8:00, 0:00,
X ., ai:i:u. ii:ou p. m.
Daily, wo express Sundays.
ior Mouut Vernon, Riverside and way
stations, 6:40, 10:05 a. rn.. 12:05, 2:0o,
4:15 p. m.
uuiiy, extra aunuay at li a. m.
I- or Arlington, hourly from 8 a.
o I', in.
SJorfolk & ashington
Every day In tlie year Tor Fortress
Monroe. Norrolk, Newport News and
all points South by the superb, pow-
erful steel palace steamers "Ncw-
port News," "Norfolk" and 'Wash-
ington," on tlie following schedule:
Lv. Wash gton 7.-00 pm
Lv. Alexandrla7:'l0 pii.
Ar. Ft Monroe CO am
Ar. Norfolk... 7:K1 an
Ar. Portsiu'ui. 8:!W sil
Lv. Portsiu'th. :-0 pm
L.v. Norfolk... 6:10 pin
Lv. FtMonroe 7: 0 pm
r. Alexandra. L:iluin
Vr. Wash'gton U: 0 am
Visitors to Chumberlin's new hotel,
"Tlie Hygeia," and Virginia Beach
will find this the most attractive
route, insuring a comfortable night's
Large and luxurious rooms heated
by steam and fitted throughout with
electric lights, Dlniug room service is
a la carte, and Is supplied from the
best that the markets of Washington
and Norfolk arfbrd.
Tickets on uale at U. S. Express
orfice, 817 Pennsylvania avenue: 513,
610, 14'iil Pennsylvania avenue; B.
& O. ticket office, corner 15th street
and New Y'ork avenue, and on board
steamers, wheretime table, map, etc.,
can also be haiL
Any other Information desired will
be rurnished on application to the uu-
dersigned at the company's wharf,
foot of 7th St., Washington, D. C.
Telephone No. 750.
JN'O. CALLAHAN, General Manager.
Tomb of Washington.
Daily (except Sunday), at 10 a.m. and
2 p. in returning reach the city at
1.30 and 5 p. m. FARE. ROUND TRIP,
50c. Admission to giounds, 23c ELE
GANTCAFEON THE.STEAMER. Tickets,
with Mount Vernon admission coupon,
lor sale at wharf and at hotels, will
al.'O make river landings as far as Gly
moat, stopping for iieigutand passengers
I oli ways. For charters, etc., applj at
offices of steamer Maca tester.
L. L. BL.AKE, Captain.
OLD POINT COMFORT
-, .."Without Clmime of Cars.
51 HOURS FROM WASHINGTON.
VIA PENNSYLVANIA. R. F. A J- -AND
CHESAFKAKK & OHIO KALLVv AYs
"cn.iin.. tn effect r-eiirn.-ir. .. '":"
WASHINGTON & OLD
L2l p. rn. Tuesdays. Tl
S & OLD 1'OliNT Sl'ti-iAu
sdays. Thursdays and tiatur
faolid vestibuled. electric-lighted, steam
neateu train, with combination coach parlor
car. diningoaraadnbservauon car-through
wittiout change. Arrives Richmond i:4o
p. m.-Oid Point. 0:50 p. m.
10:57 a. in. daily exccDt Sunday. Par
lor car Washington to icicnmond aud Idch
tnond to Old Point. Arrive Richmond 2:45
p. m.-Old Point, 6:30 p, m. Transfer at
Tickets ana reservations at offices Penn
sylvania R. R., 15th and G sis., and at sta
tion. Full information at C. & O. ticket
II. w . FULLER, General PassengerAgent
!: 1 liii Supreme Court. o the Uihtnct of
Columbia, the 21st day of November.
1SU5. Ida F. Bolseau vs. John Marbury
et al. No. 16.307. Equity, Docket 38.
Filed November 21, lttbo J. R. Young,
On motion of the plaintiff, bv Mr. Ed
ward M. Cleary. ner solicitor, it Is ordered
MMiiiitr ii-n-,. tilts, hu.. em Yc Cliano
loe. William D. Beall. Alexander II.
Beall. Ellen Brewer, Clellaud N- Brewer,
Hamilton Brewer, Somervell Brewer. Will
iam V. Craigliill, James N. Craighill,
Anna Craigluli, Naihumel t raigtilu. jnn
N. Nelson, Ella Nelson, Harry M. Fitz
iiiigu, Alice iiziiuirh .t.iiiu'"eth tiutcnin
son. Champ Hutchinson. Samuel Fitz
nugh, Minnie Fitziiugn, WibUni m. Mtz
liugh. Fannie Fitzhugh, Marv A. Fitzhugh,
Ellen Fitzhugh. Laura Fitzhugh. Saran
Slade. Cook Slade, Elizabeth Fitzhugh,
Elizabeth Davidson, Hunter Davidsou,
Ellen M. Perrv. Perrv, her husband,
William P. Craighill, Jr.; Craighill,
wite or sanl William P. Craishill, Man
Levitt, Levitt, her husband; Mary N.
Ofriey and Holmes E. Ofriey, cause their
appearance to be entered herein on or
before the first rule day, occurring forty
days after this day; otherwise the cause
will lie proceeded with as in case of
'lite object ot this suit is to remove
cloud from the title of complainant to
parts of a tract of land called "Chichester"
in the District of Columbia and tract ad
joining, being Fort Wagner.
By the Court E. F. BINGHAM.
A true copy. Test: J. R. Young. Clerk.
By M. A. Clancy, Asst. Clerk.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
.DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Io All Whom It May Concern:
The undeisigned, manufacturers and ven
dors or beer sold in bottles, hereby file
with the clerk of the supreme court of the
District of Columbia, a description of
such bottles and or the names aud marks
thereon, in compliance with sections ll.Sti
and 1180 or the revised statutes relating
to the District of Columbia, the said names
and marks being as follows:
first A green glass beer bottle upon
the side of which Is blown the following
circular inscription: National Capital Brew
ing Co., Washington, D. C, within the
inscription appears tlie Capitol ot the
United States, and at ttie top and bottom
respectively of the said Capitol appear the
words "Trade Mark."
Second An amber glass beer bottle, upon
the side or which is blowu the following
circular inscription: National Capital Brew
ing Co., Washington, D. C, within which
inscription appears the Capitol ot the
United States and at the top nutf bottom
respectively or said Capitol appear the
words "Trade Mark."
All persons are herebv forbidden to fill
any such bottles with any beverage for
sale or to traffic in any such bottles to
marked, either by way of purchase or
Notice Is also herehv given that ttie said
National Capital Brewing Company, ot the
city or Washington, D. C, has, bv par
chase, come into possession of all the
chattels formerly owned nnd oj.erated bv
the Gerhard Lang's Buffalo. N. Y., Park
Brewery Agency intheDistrictof Columbia,
and any such boxes, bottles, aud other
chattels included in said purchase or
branded with the said Gerhard Lang's
Butralo, N. Y., Park Brewery "Trade
Mark," description of which lias already
bcen riled with tlie clerk or tin.- supreme
court of the District of Columbia, are, by
tlie terms or tlie sale, tlie property of tlie
said National Capital Brewing Company.
NATIONAL CAPITAL BREWING CO.,
By Albert N. Carry, President.
A true copy, test: J. R.YOUNG, Clerk.
By L. P. WILLIAMS, Assistant Clerk.
fe24, 25,26,27, and mar. 1,2,3.4.5,6,8 & 9.
Em ATE or bpeiicer A. Uoe, deceased, late
or the District of Columbia, No. 4901;
Issued February 10, 1807. Application
having been made to the Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia, holding
Orphans' Court, for letters of administra
tion, tie boms, uow on said estate, by
Ernest G. Thompson, a creditor or said
estate, this is to give notice to all con
cerned to appear in said court. Fridav. the
10th day or March, A. D., 1897, at 10
o'clock p. in., to show cause wiiv such
application should not be granted. "
Attest: J. NOTA McGILL,
Begister of Wills, D. C.
J.CDePUTROU, Proctor for Applicant.
ESTATB of Ellen Sullivan, late of the
District ot Columbia, No. 7584, Doc. 23,
issued February 10, 1SU7. Application
having been made to tlie supreme court
or the Districtor Columbia, holdlngorplians
court, Tor probate or a last will and for
letters testamentary on said estate, by
.Mary Egan, named tn said will as ex
ecutrix, this is to give notice to alt con
cerned to appear in said court on Fridav.
the 10th day ot March A. D. 1807, at
10 o'clock a. m.. to show cause why such
application should not be granted.
Attest: J. NOTAAIcGILL,
Register or Wills, D. C.
OLIVER T. JOHNSON,
, ...Proctors for Applicant.
Te22-oa w,;i w
SPIHIT UALISM .
MRS.' Z O LLERTMcdium, 8lVti ! th stTn w. ;
interviews daily. - It
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND &
7.50 A. Al. tuoob- ,i..n t.,TT.-., ....... ...
h.., . .l ar,or and Dining: cars, Harrw
burs to Pittsburg.
10.50 A M. PENASrLVANIA LIMITED
Obse7tmmn,nI?epm' Dining. Smoking and
uS?nini Lnn' 'arrtfcbBrff to Chicago,
land nnaitl,T-V?.tll.a"aVoUs'St- Loals "
1 ParloV ?irKAli? LLNE-Pulhnan Burrct
Car H.tSf.ito D-arriaburg. BuflTet Parlor
alfp ii.1!!??.'0 Pittsburg.
Kxnr'ed1 ?.-A AND ST. LOUIS
to HnrrtTb,,"1, Uurret l'arlor Car
Car, ii?rf" Sleeping and Dining
andVnuSgtUrg t0 at" 1-ouis' "aomiuS
''n,K Car to Pittsburg. Chicago.
2?tocK?B to "ManS- Dining
7 -0PufhnnnS&'TT "TERN JEXP11ESS
PlttebI.rH1If.L,,Jns.ters Washington to
i-uisourg and ilarnsburg to St Loula
and Louisville tvta Uncmnatl). Dlliin J
10man s;p.-. PACIFIC EXPRESS-Pull-
t man pms.Car to Pittsburg.
t.&u A. JI. ior ivane. Canano.aiua Knri.M-
BeundaVy.d 'agara -S
1(excen snnV-'1 .and "enovo daily.
fi$P,Unvv.?r or Locic Haven week
ii llliauisport aundays, 3:40
7"H?,rrnFnn fvr, WllHamsport. Rochester.
S"?r ? and lagara Falls daily, excepc
to sii5&tV,?CD,BS Car Washington
ter M.rfMiS1" irte.' Vnandaigua. Rochea-
t?i ... fa.,0 .and w'agara Falls dailr.
bleeping car Washington toEitiiira.
ior i'liiiauelpnia, New iorir, ana
4vri'.-- -"CONURfcSSIONAL LIM
7TJ:,D. dally all Parlor Cara. with Din
ing Car from Baltimore. Regularat 7.00.
(Dlnmg Car). 8.U0, 9.00. 10.00 tDinin
Car) and 11.00 (Dining Car Irom Wi?
10.00 and ll.3if P.i: On bunday.7.u(f
(Dining Car). 8.00. 9.00, 11.00 (Dining
5a,fr?."2 J" ilmingtoni A. M .. 1 2.1 b. 3. 16
t'0' ,b',D? 10- anl 1L35 P. M. For
Philadelphia only. Fast Express, 7.50 A.
m JZfS, days- Express 12.15 P.
M week days, 2.01 and 5.40 V. M.
nrih ,or "ston. without change,
daily W lay9' ana 3'15 P
f'nrr.,waSi!c ?.lty vla De.aware River
u-JlSKH' allraU routei. 3.15 p. m. daUy.
f lilt,,i,S W- K'r5' 7-00' 7.50. . uo. bTuo.
T0?' .?-5i'' X1-00 and 11.50 a. m.
;..5,J1.fn45,'?;.uV 3k15t 3- 40 lim
ited), 4.20, 4.S6, 5.40, 6.15. 6 50. T IO
1O00 10.40. 11.15 'and it '15 pV m!
On Sunday. 7 00, 8.00. 9.00. 9.05. fo.50;
11.00 a.m.. 12. 15, 1.15. 2.01,3.15 3 40
(4.00 limited), 4.20. 5.40. 6.15. 6.50.
,7.10. 10.00,11.40 and 11.35 p m
For Pope s Creek Line, 7.50 a.m. and 4 36
p. m. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.00. 9.00 a. m . 1 13
and 4 20 p.m. daily, except Sunday.
Sundays 9.00 a. in. &.-d 4.20 p. rn
Atlantic Coast Line -Florida Speclal"
for Jacksonville and St. Augustine
10.48 p. m week days. Express for
Florida and pUnts on Atlantic CoasS
Line. 4.30 a. ir., 3.46 p. m. dnilv
Rlchmond only. 10.57 a.m. weekdays1
Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Sea
board Air Line. 4.40 p. m. daily Ac
commodation Tor Quantico, 7.45 a. m.
and 4.25 p. m. week days.
Ticket olfices. corner Fifteenth and O
streets, and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, wnereorUerrt can De Iert for check
ing ot baggage to destination, rrom hotet
J. B. HUTCHINSON, General Manager.
J- R- ml iMTtrrtit f.-osenmrr Agent.
Schedule in eflect Febniary 21, 1S&7.
Lei'e Washmiaou Cvnu .vaonn. .irnec ot
New Jersey avenue and C street.
For ('hn-uo an.l .or:.' . --st. Vestibuled
Limited trains, 10:00 , 11:45 a. m., 8:05
For Cincinnati, St. Loulsandlndianapolis.
Express, 11:45 a. m. Vestibuled Limited
8 MO p. m., express 11:25 p. m.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland. exprea3
daily, 10:00 a. m. and S.50 p. m.
For Toledo and Detroit. 11.25 p. m.
For Winchester and way stations. 10 a.
m.x s:30 p. m. 1
i-or New Orleans, Memphis. Birmingham,
Chattanooga. Knoxvilfe. Bristol and
Roanoke, 5:00 p. in. daily; Sleeplnc Car
For Luray.3:40 p. m. dally.
For Baltimore, week days, 5.00, 6.30.
X7.05, X7.10, xS.OO, S.30, X9.30. xlO.OO.
X12.00 a.m., xl 2.05, 12.1O.xl2.4O.x3:00.
3.20. X410, 4 35, x5.b5, X5.10, X5.30.
X0.20. 6.30, X8.00. 8.15. x9.20, 11.15.
xil.50 p. m..and X12.01 night. Sundays.
X7.05, X7.10. 80, X9.00 a. m., xl2:05.
Xli.40. l.UO. X3.00, 3.20. 4.3o. X5.05.
Xo.10, 6.30. xS.OO. X9.20. 11.15. Xll.50.
P- m., X12.01 night.
For Annapolis. 1. IO and S:30 a. m.. 12:10
and 4.30 p. in.; Sundays, SuJO a. m.. 4.33
For Frederick, week da vs. T35, 11.43
a. in.. 4.30, 5.30 p.m. Sundays, 1:15 p.m.
For Hagerstown, ;I0.00 a. m. and :5.30
For Boyd and war points, week days
7.35 a. m., 4.30, 5.30. 7.05 p. m. Sun
days, 1.15. 7.05 p. m.
For Galthersburg and way points, week
davs, Y.35, 9.00 a. m.. 12.50. 3.15. 4.30.
4.33. 5.30. 7.05, 11.40 p. m. Sundays!
9.00 a. m., 1.15, 4.33, 7.05. 10.15 p. m
For Washington Junction and war points.
7.35 a. m.. 4.30. 5.30 p. m. week daya.
x.15 D- m. Sundays.
Iloyal Blue Line for New "Xorli
All trains Illuminated with Plnrsch light.
For Philadelphia, New Xork, Boston, and
the East, week days. 8.00, ( 10.00 a. m.
DlnlugCar), 12.00, (12.40 Dining Car). 3.00
(5.05 Dining Carl. (12.01 night. Sleeping
Car open at 10.00 o'clock). Sundays, (9.00
a. in. Dining Car), (-12.40 Dining Car), 3.00
(5.05 Dining Can, 12.01 night; sleeping car
onen 10 o'clock. Additional trains for
Philadelphia, week days. 7.05 a. m.. dally.
S.00 p. m.
BuffetParlor Cars on all day trains.
For Atlantic City. lO.Oo a. m.. 12.00
noon, and 12.40 p. m. Week days, 12.4,0
p. m. Sundays.
For Cape May, 12 noon.
JExcept Sunday. xExpress trains.
BaggHge tahcii for and checked from
hotels and residences by Union Transfer
Co. on orders Iert at ticket offices. 619
Pennsylvania avenue nw.. New York
avenue and Fifteenth street, and at da not.
WM. Al. GREEN. CHAS. O. SCULL
Gen. Alanager- Gen. Pass. Act.
(Schedule In effect January 18. 1897.)
All trains arrive and leavo Pennsylvania
8 a. m. Dally, local for Danville. Char
lotte aud way stations, connects at Manas
gas for Strasburg. Harrisonburg, and
way .stations, dally, except Sunday, hed
at Lynchburg with the Norfolk and West
ern dally, and with the Chesapeake ana
Ohio, daily, for the Natural Bridge and
11:15 a.m. Dally.the UNITED STATE3
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman ButfeS
Sleepers. New York and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting at SaUsbury with
Pullman Sleeper for Asheville and HoB
Springs, N. C. Knoxville and Chattanooga,
Tenn.. and at Charlotte with Pullman
Sleeper for Augusta; Pullman Buffet Sleep
er New York to New Orleans, connecting
at Atlanta for Birmingham and Mem-pln-i.
Hfl r.u;i Washington to New
Orleans without change. Sunsocpersonally
conducted tourbt cxcurslonthrougn sleeper
on this train avery Saturday to San Fran
cisco, without change.
4-01 p. tn- Local for Front Royal, Stras
burg and Harrisonburg, daily, except Sun
day. 4 51 p. m Daily, local for Charlottes
ville. 6:20 p. 111. Daily, except Sunday. NEW
YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITED. Pullman
Vestlbuted Sleeping Cars. Dining Cars,
Observation nnd Compartment Curs, New
York to Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
Also Pullman sleeping Car New rork to
Augusta with connection for Aiken.
1&-43 p. m Dally. WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN. VESTIBULED, LIM
ITED, composed ot Pullman Yemtbuled
Bleepers, dlniug cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New York to Nash
ville. Tenn., via AshevIHe, KnoxviUo
and Chattanooga; New York to Tampa,
via Charlotte, Columbia, Savannah and
Jacksonville, and New, York to Mem
phis, via Birmingnara. New lork to New
Orleans, via Atlanta and Montgomery.
Vestibuled day; coach Washington to AS
boro to Montgomery.
TKAINS ON AVASHINGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington y:oi a. in.
cauv anu 4:45 p. m. dally, except Sun
day and 6:25 p. m- Sunday only ror
Round HuL 4-52 p. m dally, except Sun
day, for Leesburg, and 6:23 p. m. dally for
Hcrndoo. Returning, arrive at Washing
ton S:26 a. m. and 3:00 p. m. dally. rrora
Round Hill and 7:06 a. in. dally, except
Sunday, rrom llerndcn. and 8:34 a. m.
daily except Sunday, rrom Leesburg.
Through trains from the South arrive a) ,
Washington 6:42 a, m., 2:20 p. m., ana
9:40 p m. daily and 9:45 a, ni. dally ex
cept Monday. Harrisonburg. 12:40 p.
xn. and 9; 40 p. m. dally, except Sunday,
nnd S:30 a. in., dally, from Charlottesville.
Tickets, sleeplug car reservation, and in
formation rurnished at orricei, 511 and.
1300 Pennsylvania avenue and at Pennsyl
vania Railroad Passenger Station.
V. H. UHKK.N, USD. snpr.
J. Al. CULP, aratno Manager.
v. A. Tukk, Gen. Pass. Agent.
L. s, Brows, Uan. Agt. X'aas. vest