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THE MORNING TIME gUDAX, MAEGH 14, 1897
! MONET WANTED .AXD TO LOAN.
LOANS MADE ON FUKNITCTU:.
j H.UI15KS. 15 IU
Loans made on Furniture, Pianos, Horses,
Wagons, etc., at lowest rates and nuickesc
possible time. Strictly confidential. Please
call before securing loans elsewhere.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
t10 1'' street northwest ;
WE WANT 1.000 BORROWERS
Who desire rrom $50 to 10,000 each
on Mocks, bonds, trusts, loan association
certificates, warehouse receipts and life
or tontine policies in old-line companies;
bo delay, no chattel mort paces taken.
YERKES & BAKER.
40 to 40 M.-ly.erott max.. Ill" F st. liff.
1IONKY TO LOAN.
Large sums at 5 and D 1-2 per cent on
D. C real estate; S250, $500, $ 50 . eta.,
ntG per teu;:iil transactions conducted v. itn
economical consideration for horrowers.
WM. U- SAUNDERS it CO..
mrs 1-107 F st uw.
"MONET TO LOAN.
On household furniture, pianos, organs,
norths, carriages. &c. All business strict
ly confidential. Lowest rates, no public
ity, courteous treatment. J he M.-ouvity
will not he removed from your possession.
Wc make loans or any amount, from $10 to
51,000. Payments on principal received
at niiv lime, which will lessen cost of car
rying "the loan. You can havu the money
the day you apply for it
CA1MXAL LOA.N' GUARANTEE "0.,
JatMyr G02 F Street N- W.
: Tib LP WASTED-HALE.
VANTED Solicitors for"rTr. Talmnge's
"Earth Girdled, or his famous tour
around the world; a thrilling story of sav
age and barbarous lands; four million Tal
mage s books sold, and -'Earth Girdled"
is his latest and grandest; demand enor
mous; overvbody wants this ranious book;
only 3.C0; big book; big commissions; a
golu mine for workers; credit given; freight
paid; outfits free; drop all trash and sell
the king .r books and make $300 a mouth.
Address, for outfit and territory, THE
DOMINION COMPANY, Dept. 5, Chicago.
ft'ANTED A good bushelman. SIX LIT
TLE TAILORS. Oil Ta. ave. nw. It
WANTED A voung man who has a large
lauillv acquaintance can secure a good
Eaving'positiou if a hufatler. Address
:.and T, this office. it
WA NTED First-class white barber; steady
job. Call Sunday inomiug No. 1702 Fa.
xve. my. 16
WANTED A boy 1G or IS years old for
office: must; be jicat and have good
refemices. Address J. T. M., this of
WANTED A good colored boy, 10 or 18
years old Tor general housework; call to
inorruw; good home. 102a Est.se. It-em
IVAN T k o- a colored boy behind the coun
ter; 3'J a week. 340 Fa. ave. nw. It-em
WANTED -2 voung men that understand
waiting on table. 1026 21st. nw.
WANTED A German, good vegetable and
flower gardener, handy with tools, under
stands the care of horses, wishes situa
tion bv April 1; best city refs. Address
W. V.", Tenleytown, D. C. mh!3-3t
WANTED -Canvassers Tor fall nursery or
ders, weeklv salary. BROWN BROS. CO.,
Rochester, N. X. tu,th,sat-mh9-lma
WANTED- General agent for life In
surance companv; up-to-date plans; easy
to work: liberal terms to the right man;
Geriuau prelerred. Box X. L.. this office.
IJKLI ' WA.NTKD-FKMALK
WANTED -By Mrs. Weeks' Registry for
Servant's, 700 13th 6t. nw., good, re
liable white girl, capable cook, for gen
eral housework, two In family: pay S1G;
first-cl.iSs colored cook, with best refer
ences, to go to Fredericksburg, pay ?15;
Mured chambermaid and waitress, for
r redericksburg, pay SIO. It
WANTED Ladles-SlOO in gold free.
Dut this out and save it. This ad. may
pot appear again. Who can form the
created number or words from the letters
Jn "Endeavors?" You can make twenty or
more words, we feel sure, and if you do,
you win receive a good reward. Use no
fetter unless found in the word. Use no
language except English. Use any dic
tionary. lYi.nouns, nouns, verbs, adverbs
prefixes, suflixes, adjectives, proper nouns,
plurals allowed. Anvthing that is a legiti
mate word. Work it out in this manner:
Endeavors, en, end, ends, near, nod, nods,
dear, deir. ear, ears, and, or, ore, oar,
oar-,, etc. Use these words in your list.
Tiie publisher of Woman's WOrld and
Jeuness Miller Monthly will pay 20.00
In gold to the peron able to make the
largest list of words from the letters in
the word "Endeavors? $10.00 for the sec
ond; 5.00 for the third; 5.00 for the
fourth, and 2.00 each for the thirty next
largest lists. The above rewards are giv
en free and without consideration for the
purpose (ifattractlngattention to our hand
some woman's magazine, thirty-six pages,
one hundred and forty-four loug columns,
finely illustrated, and all orginal matter,
long and Miort stories bv the best authors;
price $1.00 per rear. It tsnecessary for you,
to enter the contest, to send 12 two-ceut
stamps for a three months trial subscrip
tion wit.i your list of words, and every per
son sending the 24 cents andallht of tw-nty
words or more is guaranteed anextra pres
ent, by return mail (in addition to the mag
azine), of a, 170-page book. "Beyond Re
call," by Adeline Sergeant a powerful love
romance. Satisfaction guaranteed in ev
ery case or money refunded. Lists should
be sent at once, and not. later than March
15. The names and addresses of success
ful contestant will be printed in April is
sue, 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. Address
J. II. PLFMMER, Publisher. 225-G-7 Tem
ple Court Building, Dept M. C..N. Y. City.
WANTED -Salesladies for the Great Drv
Goods Fire Sale at 912 7th st. nw. 1 1
WANTED Good white or colored girl for
general housework, in small family; must
be a good cook and laundress; references
required. Apply 1119 E. Capitol st. se.
WANTED An ambitious, neat sower to
learn dressmaking. 811 G st. nw.,
opp. Patent Office. Call Sundav. It
WANTED -A white girl to cook and do
general housework. 1001, cor 7th aud
h. sts. nw. jnlil-l-3t
WANTED 2 apprentices, at 1229 M bt.
nw.; binall pay to idart with; dress
WANTED- By a respectable girl, place as
nurse, chambermaid or plain cook. Ad
dress 1805 T nw. mhl4-3t
wantmj uirl, rrom 14 to 10, to asMst-
with children and make herself useful.
l";a o st- se. it-em
WASTE'!- a lady who is capable or assist-ii.-
.a demonstrating food at stores. Ad
dress FOOD, this ofllce. lt.cm
WANTED Young lady as piano accom
panist: good reader. Studio 4, 914 F st
WAMTiiD A white girl to do general
housewoik. Apply W. WOLF, 621 H
et. nw. rnli 1 3-3tom
WANTED Voung lady to invest 300 to
$500 inn good paying business. Address
C. A. It, this office. mhl3-3t
WANTED First-class waist hands. Ap
ply 1 70S M bt. uw., after G p. m.
WANTED Apprentice to learn dress
making: will give small -wages. 1022
14th st. nw. mhl2-3t
WANTED MALE AND
RELIABLE SERVANTS furnished free:
semi postal, UAJL'iTAL BUREAU. 441
G st inn 14-30
WANT ED Experienced laundry help of
.very description. Addiess LAUNDRY,
Mils office. lull 14-30
WANTED Several ladies and gentlemen
with large acquaintance in the depart
ments, to canvass for the Civil Service Ad
vocate: big pay; references. CIVIL SER
VICE ADVOCATE, SOGEst. uw. mhl 4-3C
WANTED -Cooks, general houscwoikers,
waiters, drivers, porters, chambermaid,
nurses, boys, rarni hands, gardeners, laun
dresses, Janitors, watchmen, engineers. Dre
men: quickest place to get work. SHAC
K.LEFORD, 427 11th st nw. mhl3-7t,em
WANTED 2 more young people to learn
business and the bookkeeping trade. Ad
flress, stating age: white or colored. RE
LIABLE, this office. inall-Tt-em
WANTED 1,000 men ana women to at
tend the Barbers ball March 15 at G. A.
K. iiaii, l'a. ave., between 14th and 15th
MJliSLS' Directory, akillful and reliable.
MRS. L. C. MOORE, 1002 1 st. ne.
WANTED Good bicycle, bv bricklayer;
will work it.outat any labor. C. C, this
FOR EIRE Full dress suits, 1 only.
JULIUS COHEN. 1104 7th st. nw.
SI 'TO ATI ONS WANTED MALE.
WANTED -High School graduate wants
clerical work; understands stenography,
typewriting and bookkeeping: icrs. given
and required. MISS K. A. S., this office,
WANTED By a sober, industrious man.
place asdriver, watchman or janitor; best
of refs. Addiess 95G Fla". ave. nw. It
WANTED By young man, with first-class
references, waiter in boarding-houBe.
private family; driver for doctor; or will
go to the country. 1026 21st. st. nw.
WANTED A yourig colored ,-aau iV'Slres a
situation as janitor, or can make him
self userul In almost any poiflon. FRANK
POWELL. 1-112 12th st. nw. It
WANTED An experienced grocery sales
man wants employment: references: small
wages. Address EXPERIENCE, this of
WANTED Bv a young man, a situation
in grocery or other uusiness; can keep
hooks; willing to make himself generally
userul. Address JOHN B. VANTERS,
Bright Wood, Madison Co., Va. It-em
WANTED A situation as traveling sales
man or cleik; three years experience in
queenswarc. Address E. M. P., 1724 7th
st. nw. mh 12-30
WANTED Intelligent, reliable country boy
or 15, wants work in oliice or with busi
ness firm; leference given. R. L-. this
"WANTED -Situation, by an experienced
bread baker. Please address F. O.. this
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED By thoroughly competent white
woman, situation as Urst-class cook; cap
able of taking entire charge; good ret Ad
dress M. A. D.. this office. It
WANTED A place for 2 to do laundry
work. IDA LEWIS, 209 13 1-2 St. SW.
WANTED By a colored woman, a placo
to go out by the day. Address 2128 Va.
WANTED By Southern woman, stranger
in city, aged 30, position with Jirbt-class
family; good home object; thorough house
keeper; expert seamstress; fond of chil
dren. VIRGINIA, this office. mhM-3t
WANTED -Washing to do at home by a
competent laundress; all work guaran
teed to give perfect satisfaction. MRS.
HOWARD, No. 200 N St. sw. lt-em
WANTED Place in a tniall family to do
general housework. 1208 4th st- nw.
WANTED A place to help or nurse. Call
160U 11th st, nw.; stay nights. Item
WANTED By a respectable colored girl,
situation as nurse or chambermaid, or
general housework, in small private fam
ily; stay nights; good ret Call or address
44H N 60. uw. It
WANTED By 2 girls, places; one for gen
eral housework, other as chambermaid
or laundress. 1026 21st St. uw.
WANTED Washing to take home: satis
faction guaranteed. Address 721 3d
st. sw. mhl 3-30
WANTED- Young girl wantB work in
confectionery store or good place with
private family; wages, $10; experience and
refs. W. W. D., tills office. mhl3-3t
WANTED By settled woman to care for
sick or invalid lady, or laKe charge of
infant; or would take place as housekeeper.
Address HOUSEKEEPER, Gil K st. nw.
WANTED Lady desires situation to teach
Eiiglihli, French, Latin or mathematics;
French conversation specialty; best refs.
E. E. E., this office. inhl3-3t
WANTED A white country girl wants to
sew with dressmuker. Audress 221 2d
st. nw. mhl3-3t
WANTED Dressmaking at home or one
bj da; expert modiste; 52 a day; or will
make tailor suit for S5,Mlk waists 2.50,
perfect-fitting skirts 2.50. Sll G st,
third floor, opp. Patent Office- mchl2-3t,eni
WANTED By girl, in small family, a
mace as rirbt-classcook. Address 1519
4th St. nw. mh 12-30
WANTED High school graduate wants
clerical work; understands stenography,
typewriting and bookkeeping; reference
given and required. MISS K. A S., this
office. mh 12-30
WANTED By an experienced cook, a situ
ation; while; settled; one who under
stands her business: private family pre
ferred. C. R., this office. mhl2-3t
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
WANTED Place for man and wife, city
or out of citv; good references. Please
crill at 468 Washington st. nw. It
WANTED By a respectable German
man and wire, situations, wife to cook,
man to work on farm. 1365 U. st. sw.
FOIt SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Thebestand most economical
rclrigerator Is Moxley's Improved Dry
Air Refrigerator; your ice lasts longer;
vour rood Is, kept pure and fresh. THE .T.
T. MOXLEY ICE BOX AND FIXTURE
CO., factory rear of 214, 216, 218 8th st
FOR SALE 50 bundles of rosin kindling
wood; delivered anywhere for 50c.; also
5 biHhels of coal for $1. W. FUEL ASSO
CIATION, 623 F st. nw.; 618 K st. sw.;
401 N. J. ave. nv. . mhll-3t
FOR SALE Kitchen Canopy range, No. 7;
first-class condition; very cheap. Ad
dress G. S. D,. this orricc. mhl4-3t
FOR SALE Rare old antique mahogany
sideboard; 100 vears old: in good order;
cheap. JANITOR. 1115 9th nw. It
FOR SALE Job loO of toilet soaps. W.
B. D., this office inhl4-3t
FOR SALE A Whitney baby carriage
in good condition. Call Monday, 936
N. Y. ave. uw. It
FOR SALE Fine Jersey cow; 2 gallons
per day; cheap. GIDDING'S FEED
STORE, Takoma Park. mhll-30
FOR SALE Contractor selling out 1 4 head
or good work horses; some Hne drivers
among them; no reasonable orrer will be
rcrused. 1223 M st. ne. mnl3-3tem
FOR SALE Limited amount of stock in
new industrial corporation; low price;
fine opportunity ror small investment.
Address INVESTMENT, this office. Item
FOR SALE Corner grocery, meat and
provision store in the nw.; stock, rixtures
and goodwill; to settle an estate. For fur
ther inrortnation apply to A. S. CAl'WOOD,
t33 you st. nw. mhi3-3t,em
FOR SALE One phaeton-top buggy, one
no-top buggy, one English trap and one
piattonn sprmg business wagon. Rear 424
lsc so. nw. mhl3-3t,em
FOR SALE A 21-pound second-hand bi
cycle: price, $10 cash. 1311 V st. nw.
FOR SALE A Remington typewriter. In
perfect condition; used very little; will
sell cheap for cash, or exchange for a'first
class lady's bicycle. Address MISS W.,
810 11 &t. ne. mhl3-3t
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Two sets
double harness, for ladles' phaeton or
cart. DR. BARTON, 811 19th st.
FOR SALE One small wagon; also one
boiler and engine, 8 horse-iwwcr boiler,
5 horse-power engine; cheap; 00. 1044
12th ne. mhl3-3t
FOR SALE -Best Elgin butter, worthy the
name and rrcsb from the churn. 28c, or
4 pounds ror 1. R. B. V.OUNGS, 76 and
77 O st. market, or 69 Riggs market: postal
orders promptly rilled. inhl2-3t,em
FOR SALE One nice ramily cow, cheap;
good milker. 3510 Brightwood ave.
FOR SALE Woven wire springs, 1;
uuii jiiiinnja.-M;o, ju, Hutu luatiresses re
made, $2. KMITII & BACON, Mfrs., 1223
7th so. nw.
FOR SALE Side-bar buggy, phaeton, and
rockaway. CARRIAGE WORKS, New
York ave., bet. 4th aud 5th sts. nw.
mhl 2 -30
FOR SALE A tailor Domestic sewing
machine; good as new; price, 10; also
a very handsome child's crib, with mat
tress; price, 5. 813 nth nw. mh!2-3t
FOR SALE Cheap; fox twrrier pups; well
bred and marked. 3225 O st. mhll-lt
FOR SALE Puro bred B. P. Rock, S. L.
Wyandotte, and White Leghorn eggs,
$1 per setting. E. A. WARDWELL,
Branchvillc, Md. mh8-7t
FOR SALE Feed-water heater, smoke
stack (30 inches diameter, 70 feethlgh),
water-tube boiler (80 horse power), and
two power transmitters; all in first-class
condition: no reasonable offer refused
Apply to G.C.THOMPSON, Chief Engineer
Purity Ice Co., Armory place, near 5th
and L sts. nw. re25-tf
WANTED Family driving horse; young,
gentle, speedy; low swung trap or buck
.board, very littlo used, and harness, at
low price for all. Call Sunday or Mon
day, 3026 13th at. nw. mhl3-3t
FOR SALE OR RENT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN. 017 F St. Nw.
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAMB
1IOUBES FOR SALE.
i"i; and 12UL Aladisou scuw, r h.
4 rms 2,600
3223 .frosneco ave nw, f h 2.500
U45 and 353 22d st nw. b h, 0 rms. 2,400
21 50 .and 21 52 D st nw, b h. 0 ms. 2,400
303 and 305 O st alley nw. b n.
4 rma 2,200
3421 N st nw. f h. 4 linB 1,500
2113 am 2115 D st nw. b h. 5 rms. 1.500
4 alley, bet 12th and 13th aud T
andU sts, bh. 4 rms 1,000
2735 Q etnw, fh, Drms 1,000
0 alloy, bet N Cap aud 1st, ard O
and P sts, b h, 4rniB 800
TUREE-STORY BRICK At'D FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALB-
101 ntn stno.h h.lOroomB 914,000
1 ' 36 and 1742 F st nw, b n, 10
1833 and 1839 Corcoran et, b h.
0 roonia , 8,500
?.f3l 14th so nw. b h. a rms 8,000
2d21 and2323 7thstnw,b 6,000
824l3thst no, bh.G rms a.OOO
506 F 6t ne, b h. 0 rms 2,700
48 am 50 Myrtle no ne, b li. G rms.. 2,000
82 and 84 Uefrees st, b h. 7 rms. . .. 3,250
Whitney close, f h, 8 hub 3.000
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOB SALE.
ftouth shfls or .M st. near lltn
Autrey Uoights .. .. ..
Lots in square tfn. ae
Mass ave, bet 1 stand 2due...
3d sc.betKandL stBun
Lot U. Gauaro 596
.. .. 600
.. ..0 00
.; 2 00
Del ave, bet Band Cstasw
Cor titu and 11 sts sw
FOR RENT HOUSES.
713 12th at nw. 11 rins
-20 I st uw. 12 rms
805 6th sOnw, 9 rms
1004 Fla avo nw. 0 rms
621 0 st sw. 6 nns
22G1 Cleveland ave nw, o rms...
808 and 810 N U ave nw, 6 rina.
3419 R st uw. 6 mm
216 14th Bt sw. 4 rms
408 6 1-2 st sw. 5 rms
313 a 0 ave so. 4 rms
1210 U!agden'8alloynw,4rms.. ..
80 G st ne, 6 rma
19iJ5 Temperance avonw, 4 rms....
1145 23d st nw, 3 rma
STORES, OFFICES. ETO.
Stranddwg, 127525th stn w,0 rms.
otranuowg, i4iu 3d stnw,rmo..
Btable, rear 405 C stsw
Stable, rear 508 12th st nw
1 114 G st uw, 8d-tory front rm and
halirm 20 00
The above is only a portion of the prop
erty on my books. For full Hbt call no of
fice for bulletin Issued on tho 1st und 16th.
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN. 9 17 F ST.NW.
FOR RENT By Barnes & Co., 0.
:9 F so.
172ii Corcoran st. nw.,9 rs., m. 1.
1244Keuesaw ave. nw., 8 rs., m. 1.
1326 Corcoran st. nw., 8 rs., m. i.
106 E st. uw.,8 looms, m. i
618 G st. nw.,8 rooms, in. i
510 2d st. ne., 7 rooms, in. i
124 D st. ne.,9 looms, m. i
806 2d st. nw., 8 rs. and bath, in. 1
1609 Marion st. nw., 7 is., in. 1...
512 2d st. ne., 7 looms, in. 1
1518 5th st. nw., 8 looms, ni. 1..
535 Spruce st. nw., 6 is., in. 1....
527 F st. ue.,6 looms, in. 1
24 Qulncy st. ne., 6 looms, in. I..
607 F St. lie., 8 looms, in. 1
625 14th St. ue.,6 rooms, m. i
516-24 Teun. ave. ne., 6 rooms,
528 Teun. ave. ne., 6 rooms,
in. 1., stable
1117 U st. ne-, 6 looms, in. 1
232 Floridaave. nw.,largeroom..
FOR COLORED TENANTS.
1427 Pierce st. nw., 5 rs., in. 1....
713 2d st. bw.,6 rooms, m. i....
124 Francis place se., 4 looms....
Capitol Bank Building.
FOR RENT HoO and cold water, new
range, lalrobe. bath, gas, six rooms;
halls; back building: large yard; parking;
arranged for two families; house open.
444 Q st. nw.; 20. mhl4-3t
FOR SALE Elegant furnished 12-room
house; always full; location central;
cheap rent. SACRIFICE, this office.
FOR RENT 10.30; nice 5-room rramc;
large yard; water aud sewer; 1109 D st.
uc.; cars puss; also 6-room, cellar, rtablo
ami wagou sued; 11.30. K-iy3 at 819
Md. ave. ne. jit
FOR SALE 2 2-story bay-window bricks:
6 rooms, latrohe, range, hoo and cold
water, gos. near Lincoln rarkne. Apply to
MRS. LAWRENCE, ciOy postofHce.
FOR SALE EasO Capitol st, 7-room and
bath brick, rinished in walnut and ash;
loc 25 reet rront. OWNER, 623 A st. tie
FOR RENT 143 D st. se., neat 6-room
and bath brick, in good order; good 3ard:
18.50. 416 N. J. ave. se. mh 13-30
FOR RENT Fur. 7-room house for 10
per mo. and board of owner. Address or
call after 4 p. m., 924 Aid. ave. ne.
FOR SALE -950 Six-room brick house,'
with cellar, water and sewer: 1st sc
rents at 9: some repairs needed. JOHN
F. DONOHUE, 308 EasO Cap. sO.
OR SALE No. 1 225 25th St., 3-story brick
house; price 1,000; running water and
closet; 15 monthly to colored people; also
No. 1227 25th st, rrnme and brick house,
6 rooms; price 1,300; 12 monthly install
ments: to colored people. W. It, this orfice.
FOR SALE-Corner house, 1200 Fla. ave.
lie.; price reduced to 3,300; 6 rooms,
bath aud cellar; two bay windows; a. in.t;
terms to suit purchaser. D. B. GOTT
WALS, Sll lllh st. nw. mhl2-3t
FOR SALE 432 11th st se., new 8
loom house; cor. llth and Pa. ave. se.;
only 2 blocks from Avenue cars; price re
duced to 3,250 Tor a few days; terms
easy. Apply to D. B. GOTTWALS, 811
llth st. uw. mh 10-50
WANTED MISCELLAN UUUS.
WANTED A small loan on furniture.
Address 60 DAYS, this office. mhl4-3t
WANTED Bookcase, with desk. Address
WANTED Hoisting engine, &c: must be
a bargain. J0UVENAL, KIRtiE Y & CO.,
40 O &0. nw. 3iihl4-3t
WANTED A good second-hand canopy-top
cul-undersurrey. Address 2403 H st. nw.
WANTED To buy grocery with dwelling
andstablerorcash. STERN',712 Kst.nw.
WANTED 5,000 worth of furniture at
SINCLAIR'S,'616 La. avo. nw.
WANTED 50 cash, 5 per month, for
government position paying 50 month;
new Library preferred. Miss M. R. A..
tins office. lt-em
WANTED To buy a light coupe, rocka
way or brougham: also suitable harness.
CARRIAGE, tills office. Illlll3-3t
WANTED A good road cart: must be
cheap and in good order. Address
CART, this prrice. rnhl3-3t
WANTED To buy a second-hand deliv
ery wagon; must be in good condition and
cheap for cash. Address W. J. H-, this
WANTED A few more scholais in child's
dancing class, 1 per month: private les
sons for adults, 50c. Address QUICK,
WANTED Second-hand copy "Parsons
On Contracts;" seventh or eighth edi
tion; good condition; state price. PUR
CHASER, this office. mhl 2-3t
WANTED A dark double wardrobe.
Address 1017 14th st. nw. mhl 2-30
WANTED Slip covers to cue and make,
rrom 3.50 up. By MftS. SCRUGGS,
805 M sO. nw. mh 12-30
LOST On SaOurdav afternoon, going from
939 Mass. ave. nw., up 10th st. to M,
a pocketbook containing a sum of money.
Suitable reward if returned to OWNER,
at above address. n
COLORED MAN who picked up card case
on 14th St.. grip car Friday can avoid
prosecution by returning to 2705 14th
St. nw. it
LOST A pair of boy's spectacles, be
tween 21st and 22d and 1 and Penn.
ave. Return to 907 21st so. nw.; reward,
LOST A Skye terrier, having unusually
long ears and tail. Return to ,815 6th
st. nw., and receive reward. mhl 4-30
LOST A black Newfoundland dog; white
nreasc; answers to name of Major. He
turn to Cincinnati Bwg. Co., rear or 811
2d st. se., and receive reward. mhl3-3fc
FOR SALE LOTS.
SHACKFOHD'S HEAD, the charming
seashore resort; cottage lots, only 200
each: beauttrul scenery; fine climate; rapid
development; values increasing. For map
and terms, address A. D. McFAUL & CO .
Eastport, Maine. JalO-au-lOt
FOB RENT ROOMS.
2d floor; suitable for gentleman or mar
ried couple; smaller room 4th floor. THE
Harrison, 3d and G uw. References.
FOR RENT-nAt .222 Ind. ave. nw., a
beautiful alcve(1 2d floor room; largo
ftnd airy; with very convenience and at
tention; suitable' idr Congressman; within
short walk ofutliLvCapitol; direct line of
cars pass the . door. It
FOR RENT-Only 14, four nice rooms for
light housekeeping; heat, bath, gas. 142
A no. mhl4-3t
FOR RENT Threet very desirable icoins,
furnished or unfurnished; suitable lor
light housekeeping; consisting or parlor
and two rooms;. ; on. second floor. Auply
1213JB6t. se- 1 c
FOR RENT 3 fur. fronc rooms; $5, 8,
and 9 per month. 427 G st. nw.
FOR RENT-509 2d st. nw., two 2d floor
rooms; everything complete for light
FOR RENT Rooms on second and third
floors in new hou.se; porcelain baths
hoo water, heat, etc.; table first-class;
terms very reasonable. 1126 8th st
mv. " mlil4-.lt
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms, for
gentlemen; center of city. 604 10th st
FOR RENT Elegant rooms, furnished or
unfurnished; rent reasonable. 608 East
Capitol st. it
FOR RENT Three communicating unfur
nished rooms,-with heat, gas and bath,
for light housekeeping. 1638 6th st.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished 2d and ,3d
story fronC rooms; also hall room; south
ern exposure; with firbt-class tabie board.
6 Grant place. mhl4-30
FOR RENT Nicely fur. front and back
rooms, completely furnished for light
housekeeping. 317 Pa. ave. nw.; second
FOR RENT Nicely furnished vooniB. 405
2d st. se., li ear, Capitol. mh 14-30
FOR RENT Newly fur. large. 3d store
front room; suitable for one or two gen
tlemen; right by Capitol. 222 New Jer
sey ave. uw. mhl4-3t
FOR RENT 3 unfur. rooms. 51 1 2d St.
FOR RENT Extra large front room, 2d
floor; southern exposure; cars pass door.
221 D st. nw. mhl4-3t
FOR RENT Desk room: including desk
and chairs. Apply 1227 G bt. nw.
FOR RENT 3 or 4 nicely fur. rooms,
with bath; on 2d floor. 1005 O nw.
FOR RENT 1014 10th st. nw., nicely fur
nished rooms; reasonable. mhl3-7t-em
FOR RENT One large 2d-storv front
room; furnished; new house; private
family. 1239 8th st. nw. it
OU rent Furnished rooms; splendid
location, convenient to street cars, Cap
itol and departments. No. 318 C st. nw.
for REivr a nice, large, well-rurnished
front room on tid floor; sulfible for two
gentlemen or couple; rent cheap. Call aC
200 Mass. ave. nw. item
FOR RENT Furnished hall room; 1.25
per week. 415Ust.nw. mhl3-3tem
rOK RENT Two nicely fur. rooms; south
front; for elderly gentlemen with refer
ences. Address. E. T., this office.
FOR RENT 22-4. Indiana ave. nw., opp.
1) and 3d sts., nicely furnished rooms,
With heat, gas and bath aud good table
ooard; reduced to18 month location de-
FOR RENT Newly rumished, with or
without board; southern exposure; fur
nace heat. 449 Mass. ave. nw.
FOR RENT Neatly furn. 1st floor bauk
room; 6 a .mouth. 722 10th it. nw.
FOR KENT Furn. rooms, with or without
board: alto stableXor rent. 007Est-nw.
.bOK RENT On Capitol Hill, 4 unfurn.
rooms, with heat' and gas; suitable ror
light housekeeplug; 1 n private family;
terms reasonable. Address C C, this of
fice, ic- em
FOit KENT Unfurnished, parlors, dining
room and kitchen on 1st floor. 710
llth st. nw. - mhl3-3tem
FOR RENT Nice, large, bright rooms.
422 1st st. no.- mh 13-30
FOR RENT Two communicating rooms
to refined couple; reut very moderate.
520 10th st. nw. mhi:t-30
FOR RENT-12; three, large, elegnnt.
2d floor, unrurnlshed. 26Ine. inhl3-3t
F'OR RENT Two desirable rooms, on 3d
rioor: unfurnished. 1402 6th st. nw.
FOR RENT Large, unfur. rooms; heat,
gas and bath. 204 G st nw. mhl 3-30
FOR RENT Large, nlcely-furuished rront
and small back room; 2d floor; a. m. 1.;
rent, moderate. 626 i st. nw. mhl3-3t
FOR RENT 908 12th st. nw; 2 large
rooms Tor light housekeeping or oHice;
also 2 on 3d floor; very reasonable.
toil RENT Fur.; IsO floor room; lavatory,
closet; also south rront hall room; ele
gant new house; new rur.-; rets, f-x.;
gentlemen prererred. OWNER, 221 E
st. nw. mh 13-30
FOR RENT 1453 Q st. nw., nicely fur
nished, comfortable room, on parlor floor;
suitable for a gentleman; table board con
FOR RENT 905 8th st.nw.; rooms, reason
able, on 1st and 2d floor; all conveniences;
centrally located; refS; mh!3-3t
lOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms, on
2d floor, for housekeeping; one on 3rd
floor, rront. 735 llth st. uw. mhl3-3t
FOR RENT 408 3d st. nw., rooms; nice
location;.furnlshed and unfurnished; cen
1'OR RENT 2 handsomely fur. suites of
rooms, 14 and 18 each; fine location.
1711 G uw. mhl 3-30
FOR RENT Rooms, en suite or single, fur
nished and unfurnished, with or without
uouiu. ojlu tj sc. nw. mn-LZ-ot-em
FOR RENT 1 nicely fur. room at 445 N.
J. ave. se- mhl2-3t
FOR RENT 215 9th st sw., near park,
large furnished or unfurnished rooms;
central and first-class. mhl 2-30
FOR RENT Rooms. Apply to 1017 14th
st. mm 2-30
FOR RENT Room and board, 16; also
back room, 5; meals sent out. 917
lv st. n w. mhl2-3t
FOR RENT-Two rurnished rooms, South
ern exposure: front; one front parlor,
partly furnished. 319 0 sO. nw. mill 2-30
FOR RENT 3 unfur. roomsforllghthou.se-
Keepmg. fi-iivnw. bhu-jl
FOR RENT 451 M st. nw., one nice, 2d
story room; price, 8. mh 12-30
FOR RENT 214 A st. se., three fur
nished rooms, singly or together; en
tire third floor; half square east of
Library. mhl 2-30
iOil RENT Communicating rooms; fur.
or unfur.; large bay window and closets:
first-class house- location central. 813
5th st. nw. mh 12-30
FOR RENT-No.423 4th st. nw., four un
furnished rooms, a. m. i., single or en
suite, 5 and 10. mhl2-3t
WANTED Fur. room by lady, between
N and F, au"d"12th and 18tn sts. nw.;
ret; state price. Address A. J., this office.
WANTED Night nurse wants a room
near Ave. for ;$3 per week. IMMEDI
ATE, this office: mhl4-3t
WANTED By .young married couple, three
unfurnished rooms, in northwest, lor light
housekeeping; AddressCB-.thisofiice. It
WANTED Will irCntpartof carpenter shop
in good location. Address cheap rent,
this office. mhl4-3t
Wanteu Hy gentleman and wire, room
and board with private rainily;near 14th
so. ana N. y. ave, nw.; terms must be
reasonable. Address Box P.P., this ofrice.
WANT ED BO ARDERS.
WANTED A few roomers and boarders
at No. 304 Ind, ave.; best accommoda
tions glveu in every respccC; board, 15
WANTED Two boarders for. a nicely fur.
front room that overlooks Pa. ave.; also
first-class board; terms moderate. Apply
2004 r st. nw. It
WANTED Boarders Tor 4 and 5 per
week; excellent table and good rooms.
205 Pa. ave. nw.; also basement room
cneap. , mhl -:. t
BOARDING Single or communicating
apartments.for gentlemen, with first-class
accommodation!!. 20 per month. MRS.
y,n.mtt.K.i,sduo ya.ave.nw. mtuz-3t-em
vi- ti bu uw., waauiugiou, u. u.
GROCERY, ?800 lltli and Md. ave. sw.
(nw. corj; stock 500; also safe, cash
register, ice box, scales, horse and wagon;
9 rooms and cellar; with or without house-
:XCH.,918F. l-ULTON R.GORDON, BUS. EX(
STEAM LAUNDRY 1817 14th nw.-AO
one-half cost to fit up; terms easv; fully
equipped;, horse and wagon. FULTON R.
GORDON, BUS. EXCII., 918 F. mhl4-3t
HAVE qash buyers for livery stables, coal
yards, lunchrooms, cigar stores', hotels,
saloons, drug stores, feed stores, groceries,
i'tc. FULTON R, GORDON, BUS. EXCH..
918 F. mhl4-3C
SALOON, 2,500 7th nw.; 500 stock;
good fixtures; 7-room house; cellar; rent
6ii: 3 vears' lease. BUS. EXCH., 918 F.
FOR SALE The best and most convenient
coal vard in the city; running three
teams; sales 1,500 per mouth; twenty
years established: will sell for 600 cash.
A.B. C. X., this office. mhll-30
FOR SALE Cheap:, showcases wallcases,
fixtures, etc., with 3 years' lease: best
location on F st. Address C, 1549 9th
WANTED Good opportunity for a gen
tleman of ability as salesman; one who
can make himself agreeable; to engage in
new business; must bring good refs. Sal
ary to begin, 15. Call Monday after 10.
C. E. PALMER, 1006 F; upstairs. It
WANTED Manager or partner; f uncharge
business. MO KAN, 921 F st. Open
1HAVR 4,000 cigars if you have anything
to trade. AddiessL.thlsofHce. mhl4-3t
A RELIABLE, experienced man wishes
to invest 500 in legitimate business.
Address, with particulars, B. B., thisottice.
FOR SALE Lunch-room, In the best busi
ness location; good reasons given foe
selling. Address A. B. C, this orfice.
LADY who was successful laso vnson at
Atlantic City in an 18-rooin cottage.
wishes partner to join her in renting "arger
house. Address ATLANTIC CITY, 919
llth st. nw. jnhl4-3t
FOR SALE 350: stock, fixtures, horse,
wagon, etc., or old established grocery,
meat and provision store, doing a good
business in thriving neighborhood; -room
hnncn n twI ol-.iV.1f,. nfiAan rpnf f.JIl 41 tl
st. nw. ' mhl3-3t
GUITAR ANT) BANJO Thorough and
rapid instructions; spring term; 110 'tioncy
fnn.il lntf f unf itno CiicinC I nmi It f !
..... ..i,..i i i ..!..- i f-titu Mir. f. I..
HMML4 iCv UVJHJic ui'itb ,.--) M.-y '"-- ,-
HOWES. 1314 1-2 9th st. nw. mhl3-3o
FOR SALE Grocery store; rare chance to
make money; good location and splendid
business; price, 550. HRADSHAW.Room
6, 494 La-ave. inhl2-Jt,em
FOR RENT or lease, a good business
stand, 334 Delaware ave., corner of D
st. sw., 7 rooms, cellar, btable and rix
tures: a. m.i. Apply to B. D1GG1NS. 300
N. C. ave. inblg-it
FOR hale no. 200 GoverumenGalley.o
storv brick house: running water; price,
1,500; 15 monthly, same as rent; also
rramc house, No. 2042 Government alley,
4 rooms, running water and closet; pnee,
1,000; 12 monthly, samo as rent. Y.
R.. this orfice. mhl-3t
FOR SALE -Splendid bargain in grocery
store, on K st; nice business; rare on-
nortunitv to make money. BRADSHAVS,
Room 6, 494 La. ave.
TO SELL OUT your business quick go
to BkaDSHaW. 494 La. ave. mhl 2-30
FOR SALE-Old-establishcd cigar store,
near depot; price cheap. BRADSHAV,
Room 6. 491 La. ave. mhl2-3t
PARTY in need of ready money will dis
pose or several pieces of diamond jewelry
ao a sacrifice; excellent opportunity lor
government employes; profitable invest
ment. Address HARD UP, this office,
ENGRA VINCFaND PRINTING SUPPLIES
Treasury Department, Bureau of En
graving and Printing, Washington, D U,
March 15, 1897. -Scaled proposals Avill be
received at this orfice until 2 p. m., Mon
day, April 12, 1897, to rurnish supplies
during the fiscal year beginning July 1,
1897 , of the following classes: Dry colors,
oils, etc., chemicals, etc., paper, etc., typo
graphic inks, engravers' supplies, binders
supplies, hardware, plumbers' supplies,
textiles, etc., rubber goods, grocers' sun
dries and lumber. Awards will be made
only to established manufacturers of or
dealers in the articles. Sealed proposals
will also be received until the saie time
for washing wetting cloths during the
same period, and the award will be made
onlv to a person or firm having established
facilities Tor doing the work. Sealed
proposals will also be received until the
same time for the purchase of pulp pro
duced by the maceration of notes, securi
ties, etc, and for the purchase of waste
paper and other refuse material during the
same period. The right is reserved to waive
defects and to reject any or all bids or
parts of bids. Blank forms with specifica
tions for propcs.tlsand rurtber information
desired by intending bidders will be fur
nished on application to CLAUDE Al.
JOHNSON, Director of Bureau.
MTSCELL A N EOGS
WANTED you to know that the 5 of
fered as a prize by the Cuban Puzzle Com
pany has been awarded to Mr. Gregory,
107 Pa. ave. Look out for the next
offer and be prepared for it. It
WANTED HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID
FOR OLD GOLD AND SILVER
SMALLEST AND LARGEST AMOUNT
bought; old and new Jewelry, watches,
spoons, dentist gold,
MUTILATED COINS. TEETH PLATES
And PLATINUM. FERD.LOEWENSTEIN.
Uold and Silver Refiner, and Buyer of Old
uoltl and Sliver. 815 G ST. NW.. OPP.
PATENT OFFICE- fe-tf.lyr
FREE lecture on Palestine and Jerusalem,
by l'rof. Stone, Tuesday, the 16th, at
K STREET Al. E. CHURCH, between 13th
and 14th se-, 8 p. m.
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE Write for
our Expose or uucsei ouoiis, iieuum.
tors Manual, etc., Free. Reference, sec
retary Chicago Board of Trade: members
since 1880. C. A. WHYLAND & CO.,
Grain and Provisions, 10 Pacific ave.,
Ohieaeo. mart 4-20
DR. McKEEUAN Diseases of men- 716
12th st.nw. Consultation Tree. mhl4-14t
WALL PAPER If vou want your rooms
papered cheap, all the paper will cost
is 15 cents piece, on the wall. C. C.
SILENCE, 217 G st. no mhl4-7t
SIX MILLION PEOPLE voted for Hon.
W. J. Brvan. His only book, "The First
Battle," is now ready. Agents making rrom
25 to 150 per week; the greatest seller
or the age; send for outfit quick. Beware
of fraudulent books. W. B. CONKEY COM
PANY', Sole Publishers, Chicago.
FIRST-CLASS caterers have opened at 423
i. ti . au. Jlt. iiiiii-oi-uui
ATTENTION, INVENTORS! Wanted, a
limited number or first-class inventions
ror dei-elopmcnt; ample capital prividcd.
Address INVENTIONS, this ortice. lt.cra
PRIVATE party will loan money on
diamond Jewelry, ror use of same: or
buy rew used artlceles. NEW RESIDENT,
this offlce. mhl 3-3c
MANDOLIN, banjo, guitar taught at pu
pil's residence. R. BRA1LSFORD, 722
10th st. nw. mhl3-30
SUNLIGHT Incandescent Lamp; the most
beautiful light; soft and pleasing to the
eyes; the mantles last twice as long as
any other in the market; for three days
you can have them at 1.70 complete,
Agency, 900 K st. nw. mhl3-3t
FOR SALE Large stack of good, caltcd
hay, for 12. 13th and Frankrort sts.,
South Brookland.D. C. .nh!3-3t
THE Vienna Ladies' Tailoring School, 604
12th st nw. (first floor). All the fine
points in French dressmaking thoroughly
taught, from taking the measure to final
finishing of garments. Pupils can make
dresses for themselves or take orders for
others while learning. Call or send for cir
cular. MME. DUFFIELD. nial2-3tem
MADAME DUFFIELD has just returned
rrom New 1'ork with all the latest spring
styles; dresses rrom 10 up; paper patterns
cut to measure. 604 12th st. uw.
EASTER suits made for $4 each, in latest
styles; silk lined skirts, $2.50. At G07
F so. nw. mhl2-3G
HIGHEST cash paid ror household effects
and gents' clothing. Call or send postal,
A. EIZNOE, 1235 llth st. se. mnll-70
THE PURE D AIRV. LUNCH, 935 1) St. nw.
The best lunches in the city. Corfee a
NO-CHARGE for consultation. H. D.
GORDON, Lawyer, 918 F, Room 2.
I WUiMJEit wno pays tiie nigiiest prices
for gents' cast-off clothing: diop poa-
Oall SAUL BROS.. 923 D et. nw. jal5-3mo
PRINTING Business cards 75a per 1,000;
other printing equally as cheap; maga
zines bound ror 50c.; misceUaneous books
re-bound; paper ruling, etc. G. e. WIL
LIAMS, 615 7th st. nw. fc6-ti,om
WANTED AO bargain; house, a. ra. l.;
abouc 3,000; all cash or satisfactory
arrangements. Addresj D. N. H., this of
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13th St. & Pa. Avo.
-.". a. -w, :uu, ex.; -:-lu, :au, -.jv
$X .'i:15- ex-. 4:45, 5:00. 5:20, ex.;
5i?0. 6:05. ex.; 6:20. "700. 8:00, 9:00,
10:00, -lf.iiO, 11:59- p. m.
Dally, tuo express Sundays,
or Mount Vernon, Riverside and way
stations, "6:40, 10.05 a. m., 12:05, 2:05,
4:15 p. m.
Dally, extra Sunday at 11 a. m.
ior Arlington, hourly from 8 a. m. to
OLD POINT COMFORT
, .,iY.,tho,,t Chnnce of Cars.
5 HOURS FROfrl WASHINGTON.
VIA PENNSYLVANIA. R. F. & V. AND
CHESAPFJAKE & OHIO RAILWAYS
Schedule in effect February 9. 1897.
WASHINGTON & OLD POINT SPECIAL.
4:i p. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Satur
days. Solid vestlbuled, electric-lighted, stearn
neated train, with combination coach parlor
car, dining carand observation car through
witnout change. Arrives Richmond 7:45
p. m.-OId Point. 9:50 p. ra.
10:57 a. m. dally except Sunday. Par
lor car Washington Co Kicnmond aud Idch
mond to Old Point. Arrive Richmond 2:45
p. m. Old Point, 6:30 p. m. Transfer at
Tickets ana reservations at orflces Penn
sylvania R. R., 15th and G sts.. and at sta
tion. Full information at O. & O. ticket
11. W .FULLER, General PassengerAgent
NJorfolk & Tyyashington
Every day in the year for Fortress
llonroc, Norfolk, Newport News and
all points South by the superb, pow-
erful steel palace steamers "New-
port News," "Norrblk" and "Wasa-
ington," on the following schedule:
Lv. Wash'gton 7:1)0 pm
Lv. Alexandria 7:30 pm
Ar. Ft. Monroe C:!0 aui
Ar. Norfolk... 7:10 am
Ar. Portsiu'th. SrfX) am
Lr. Portstn'th. 5n0 pm
Lv. Norfolk... 6:10 pm
Lv. Ft.Mouroo 7: 0 pm
Ar. Alexand'a 60 am
Ar. Wash'gton 6:.0 am
Visitors to Chamberlin's new hotel,
"The 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, Dining room service is
a la carte, and is supplied from the
best that the markets of Washington
and Norfolk afford.
Tickets on sale at U. S. Express
office, 817 Pennsylvania avenue; 513,
619, 1421 Pennsylvania avenue; B.
& O. ticket orfice, corner 15th street
and New York 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 "comnany'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-,
returning reach the city at 2 30
P. m. FARE, ROUND TRIP, 50c.
Admission tc grounds. 25c. ELE
GA NT L'AFE ON THE STEAMER. Tickets,
with Mount 'Vernon admission coupon.
Tor sale at wharf and ao hotels. Will
also make river landings as rar as Gly
mont, stopping Tor rieightand passengers
loth ways. For charters, etc, apply at
offices of steamer Macalcster.
L. L. HLAKE, Captain.
AUCTION SALE or unredeemed pledges.
1 win sell by public auction, at 437
llth st. nw., Monday, March 15, at
7:30 o'clock p. m., all goods on which
Interest remains unpaid, consisting of
gold, silver and metal watches, chains,
rings, jewelry or all kinds, diamonds,
clocks, clothing, books, musical instru
ments, etc. H. R. GRACE- J. Warren
Johnson, Auctioneer. mhl0-6t
Expert Specialist in the cure of all forms of
private diseases. StricturerHydroceleand
Varicocele quickly cured. Hiseasvs of the
blood, skin, bladder, kidneys and syph
ilitic diseases permanently cured. Vital
powers restored. Consultation Tree.
Hours, 9 to 12, 2 to5. Tuesdav, Thurs
day, and Saturday evenings, 7 to 8. No-
02Fnw. Closed Sundays. mhli-lra
Dear Sir: kindlv make known to the
readers or your valuable paper that I,
the undersigned, have been cured after
many years suffering rrom Nervous Weak
ness, night losses und weak, shrunken parts,
and again restored to complete manhood
by scientific treatment. To those afniet
ed as I have been, I will cheerrully mall a
sealed confidental letter, giving absolutely
Tree (something that cost me much trouble
and a good deal of money to learn) viz., the
proper course to pursue to recover Iot
manly vigor. 1 have nothing to offer for
sale, nor no C. O. D. packages to send
out Whatl send will be sent free. Ad
dress, 121 Fcarl St., WM. J. RUSSELL.
Rochester, N. V. re2S,mh5,7,l4,4t
RLUEN1A VALASCO, .Mexican medium,
tells all events of lire rrom the cradle to
the grave; satisfaction guaranteed: mag
netio treatments. 607 F st.nw. item
GIPSY QUEEN Fortune- teller: ladies
50c, gentlemen 1 (no sign). 137 B st
se., opposite new Library. nih!3-7t
MME. FRANCIS removes spells, evil influ
ences: reunites separated: gives luck to
all: 2oc. and 50c; hours 9 to 9. 302 East
Capitol st. mhl2-4t
MAbbAliK, vapor and hot sea salt baths;
lady operator. 702 9th st nw.
BEFORE seeking a government position
you should call and look at the ex
pense e, custom-made suits, slightly worn,
at figures that will surprise vou: will pay
SV, N.,to ..Investigate. JUSTU'S OLD
STAND, 619 D st. uw. mtl9-7t
MME. DAVIS, clairvoyantand card reader,
removes spell, evil inriuence. reunites
the separated: gives luck to all: fee 50c.
2439 Snow's row nw. mh9-2w
Born clairvoyant and sclcntinc patmist
Tells your name, occupatlun. and Just what
you want to know: also tells about busi
ness deals, love afralrs, ramily troubles,
rrtends and enemies, reunites the separ
ated, brings quarrels all right, removes
spells, causes good luck, etc Fee, 25, 50c
and 1. Hours. 9 to 9 dailv, except
Sunnay. Hours Sunday, 2 to 4. Parlor
025 U st nw. Satisfaction guaranteed.
LADIES needing confidential treatment,
a sure and safe reller in all woman's
complaints and irregularities. Gold medal
awarded for the science or obstetrics from
tho University or Munich, Bavaria. Strict
ly confidential MRS. DR. RENNER, No.
b 7th st. nc.near East Capitol Bt, Wash
ington, D. U.
DR. TAYLOR, 906 F st mr., makes
full sets of teeth for 55; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without
pain; gold Tilling, SI; amalgam, 50c;
extracting free when plates are made.
NO CURE. NO PAY.
No. 619 Pa. Ave. N. Y Wabhinston. D. C
Specialist in chronla and private diseases.
Piles, Stricture, Hydrocele, Oout. Catarrh.
Dyspepsia, iilood Polston cured, Vitality re
stored. Consultation free and confidential to
Doth sexes. Daily. U to 12. 1' to 6.
I'ROF. CLAY. Clairvoyant: greatest For
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STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
7"tmc?1- WeeJc "ays PITTSBURG KX-
.;, .l Tl0T and Dining Cars, Harria-
Durg to Pittsburg.
10.50 A M. P-KNNSXLVANIA LIMITED
tTnr-,.11M Sleeping. Dining. Smoking and
Cinei.M0' c?rH' "arnsburg to f hitago,
Hu?nabur,?0,ed0- UuXtB tor 'car
1 Parlor HA?,T EINK-Pullrnan Burre
Car k, ilaiaburg. Hu"et Parlor
a 4n i. a.rrt3,lj,V.r.K.to i'"tsburg.
t xm1 .F,,,.1CAGO aD ST. L0ri3
& irS.r1 u"'an Buffet Parlor tar
to Harrisburg. Bleeping Car Washington
carthi,1.3 anii peeping and Dining-
Cl.lcTgUrs to at- I-ouus' ""a"
7'u,uh v"ii:TEKN EXPRESS-Pull-
anc? liffiy Car to Pittsburg. Chicago.
cSr to tSgi? to Clevelaaa- s
PlttsburJ mtSi-'?13 Washington ta
in.i . e and Harrisburg to St. Louia
tr. oul3viI,a Wa UncinnaU) Limns
10iilUn KmoJ.-. PACIFIC EXPRESS-PuB-
-If? peeping car to Pittsburg.
' ter "an.i rT.-anB' Canai-'ua, Roches
Sunday ftlaSara Falls daily, except
1 extent s!?!1 ,ana Keiovo daily,
fipaVnd5iTr or Locic Haven weea
P L WUlianisporc Sundays. 3.40
Hnrr-,?,, ,ror. w""amsport. Rochester,
Burralo and Niagara Fails dally, excepc
baturday. with Sleeping Car Washington
iotn 7?p?,nsioa "ndge. via Burralo. Sm
l?.,BJurra.l0'.and w,agara Falls dadr.
bleeping Car Washington to lilmira.
or i'iiilaaelpnia. New rorlc, ana
t':. : "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
fatj?. dally ail Parlor Cars, with Din
rs Car from Baltimore. Regular at 7.00
(Dining Car), a.00, 9.00, 10.00 (Dining
Car) and 11.00 (Dining Car from WuV
nilngton) A. SI. 12.45, 3.15, 4.20. 6 50.
10.01) and 11.3d P. M. On Sunday .7.oJ
(Dining Car. H.00. 9.00, 11.00 (Dmlnft
Cat;,rroi2 Wilmington) A.il., 12.16.3 .15,
-3.50'10-00 aDd H-3 I--"' or
Philadelphia only. Fast Express, 7.50 A.
7c,eK. Gaya- KxPreas 12.15 P.
-M. week days, z.oi and 5.40 P. M.
?kT; Pr Boston, without change.
7.5f A. M. week days, and 3.15 P. M
dauy. f i Al,anc City (via Delaware River
.Bri.fK.?' al,-raU route), 3.16 p. m. daily.
For Baltimore,.25.7.00.7.50r 00 9 UO
10.00, 10.50. 11.00 and li.BO a Su
12 15, 12.45.2.01, 3.15. 3.40 (4.0O Ilrn-
ftedl 4.20. 4.36, 540. 6.15, 8 60, 7 10.
10.00. 10.40. 11.16 and il.35 p. m
On Sunday, 7 00. 8.00. 9.00. 9.05, io.50;
11.00 a.in.,12.l5,l.f5. 2.01,3.15.3 40
(4.00 limited), 4.20, 5.40, 6.15, 6 50
7.10. 10.00. Hl.40 and 11.35 p. fn
For Popes Creek Line.,7.50 a.m. and 4 38
?. m. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.00, 9.00 a. m., 12 15
and 4 20 p. m. dally, except ijunday.
Bundays 9.00 a.m. ad 4.20 p. m
Atlantic Coast Line -Florida Special"
for Jacksonville and St. Augustine
10.48 p. m. week days. Lxpress for
Florida and points on Atlantic CoasB
Line. 4.30 a. rr.. 3.46 p. m. daily
Richmond only 10.57 a.m. weekdays1
Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Sea
board Air Ltue, 4.40 p. m. daily. Ac
commodation for Quantlco. 7.45 a. m
and 4.25 p. m. week days.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and G
streets, and at the station. Sixth and H
streets, when-orders can be Ieroror cheek
ing or baggage to destination rrom hotels
S. M. PREVOST. General Manager.
J. R.WOOD, General Passenger Agent
, Schedule to effect February 21, 1597.
Leave Washington from station, corner ot
New Jersey avenue and O etreet.
For Chicauo ami Northwest. Yestihuletl
Limited trains, 10:00, 11:45 a. m., 8:05
For Cincinnati, St Louis andlndlanapolls.
Express, 11:45 a m. Vesttbuted Limited
8:40 p. va., express 11:25 p. m.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, expreaa
flaiiy, 10:00 a. m. and 8:50 p. ni.
For Toledo and Detroit, 11.25 p. m.
For Winchester and way stations. 10 a.
m 5:30 p. m.
For Lurar 3-40 n m. riallT-
For Baltimore, week days, B.00, 6.30
X8.20, 6.30, X8-00. S.I5. X9.20. 11.15,
X11.50 p. m..and X12.01 night. Sundays,
ST.05. X7.10, 8.30, X9.00 a. m.. X12.05,
X12.40. 1.0O. X3.00, 3.20. 4.35, xS.OOj
X5.10, 6.30, xS.OO. X9.20. 11.15. Xll.50.
p. m., X12.01 night.
For Annapolis. 7: 10 and S.30 a. m., 12:10
and 4.30 p. in.. Sundays 8:30 a.m., 4.33
For Frederick, week days, 7:35, II 43
a. in., 4.30 , 5.30 p. ra. Sundays, 1:15 p. m.
For Hagcrstown, J10.00 a. m, and J5.30
For Boyd and war points, week day a,
T.35 a. in., 4.30, 5.30. 7.05 p. m. Sun
days. 1.15. 705 p. m.
For Gatthersburg and way potnts, wee
flays. 7.35. 9.00 a. m.. 12.50, 3.15. 4.30,
4.33, 5.30, 7.05. 11.40 p. ra. Sundays;
D.oo a. m., 1.15, 4.3J, . .05. lff.15 p. m
For Washington Junction and wav points.
7.35 a. m., 4.30. 5.30 p. a. weet days!
1.15 p. m. Sundays.
Eoynl Blue Lino for New "Ybrlt
All trains Illuminated with Plntach lights.
For Philadelphia. New York, Boston, and
the East, week days. 8.00, (10.00 a. m
Dining Car), 12.00, 1 12.40 DiningCar),3.00
l5.05DiumgCan. 12.01 night; sleeping car
open 10 o'clock. Additional trains tai
Philadelphia. wect days, 7.05 a. m.. dally
6.00 p. m.
Burf etParlor Cars on all day trains.
For Atlantic City. 10.00 a. in., 12.00
noon, and 12-40 p. m. week days, 12.4a
p. m. Sundays.
For Cape May, 12 noon.
tExcept Sunday. xExpress trains.
Baggage called for and checked from
hotels and residences by Union Transfer
Co. on orders lert as ticket offices, 819
Pennsylvania ovenao nw.. New YorH
avenue and Fifteenth street, and at flapot.
WM. M- GP.EEN. CHAS. O. SCULL.
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt
(Schedule in effect January 18. 1897.1
All trains arrive and leava Pennsylvania
8 a. m. Daily, local for Danville. Char
lotte and way stations, connects at .lianas -sas
for Strasburg, Harrisonburg, and
way stations, daily, except Sunday. kcU
at Lynchburg with the Norfolk and West
ern daily, and with the Chesapeake and
Obfo. daily, for the Nut.iral Bridg9 and
11:15 a.m. Dally.the UNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman BnffeS
Bleeuors. New York and Washington to
Jacksonville, unltins at SaUsbury with
Pullman Sleeper for Aabeville and HoS
borings N. C.. Knoxville and Chattanooga.
Tenn and at Charlotte with Fnllmaa
Sleeiior for Augusta; Fullman Buffet Sleep
er New York to New Orleans, connecting
at -Vtlanta for Birmingham and Mem
ohis U I train Washlncton to New
Orleans without change. BunscspersonallT
conducted tourist excurslontnrougn sleeper
on this train every Saturday to San Fraa
cieco. without change.
401 p.tn Local ror Front Koyal. stras
burg and Harrisonburg, daily, except Sun
day. 4 51 p. m Daily, local ror Cnarlottc-
1110. . rr
G-20 d m. Dally, except Sunday, NEW
YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITED. Pullman
Vestlbuled Sleeping Cars. Dining Cars.
Observation and Compartment Cars, New
fcork to Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
Also Pullman bleeping Car New York: to
Auirusta with" connection Tor Aiken
10 43 lp.m -Daily, WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHvrESTERN, YESTIBCLED. Llil
ITED composed ot Pullman Vestlbuled
sleepers, dining cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New Yor to Nasa
ville. Tenn., via AshevrJe, Knoxvllla
and Chattanooga; New York to Tampa,
via Charlotte, Colombia, Savannah and
Jacksonville, and New York to Men
nhis, via Birmingham, New York to New
Orleans, via Atlanta and Montgomery
Vestlbuled day coach Washington to As
lanta. southernRallwaydiningcax, Green.
Soro to Montgomery.
TRAINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO
.DIVISION leave Washington 9:Ol a. in.
aauy ana 4:45 p. ni. daily, except Sun
day, and 0:25 p. ta. Sunday only ror
Round Hill: 4:32 p. ni- daily, except Sun
day, for Leesburg, and 6:25 p. ni. dally foj
Herndon. Returning. arriTu at Washing,
ton H:26 a. in. and 3.0O p. m. dally, rrouj
Round Hill and 7:U6 a. m. daUy. except
Sunday, rrom Herndon, and 8:34 a. n&
daily except Sunday, rrom Leesburg.
Through trains from ta South arrivo aS
Washington 0:42 a, m., 2:20 p. m., ana
9:40 p m. dally, and 9:45 a. ru. dally ex
cept Monday. Harrisonburg. 12:40 p.
ra., and S;40 p. ra. dally, except 8anday,
and S.30 a. n... dally, from. CharIottiYtli&.
Ticket, sleeplnc car reservation, and In
formation tarnished at offices, Sll ami
1300 Pennsylvania, avenue andat PsnasyU
Tania Railroad Passenger Btatloa.
VY. H. GHKii . Gen. bnpt.
d. jj. cuLi'.araroo Jdanacar.
vv. A. 'I'uitM., Gen. Pass. Aaent,
JL. S. UrowB, Uan. Ays. Jfaa2. jjejp