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THE MOKlSTNGr TIMES, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1897
"AMEKKA, AMKEKA," IlOr, HOI.
3-One of the Sine omissions, in the
Mcnlnley inaugural. by Hio Gem within
l he .MYSTIC tie, wnich have so Ions re
mained, among the waste, and rublslt of
My Countrymen, when my mil was under
discussion 1n OmgrefS, Olu Sl.KrtHring
Uti, ranged between $15, ana i per
box. .Medium 1113 1-2, wasters riwlii
7.75. lo s-lOJii', Now a belter quallt
than then wtfd n Washington ror i-.
Is quoted in Hdtltnoro al S.o, out
KCvle Si 4, ana vttli millions of our peo
tilo in Unforced itlemKi. ana Husiness t ut
Mt Even pslnl.lt our manufacturers Could
not THEN Ciiictc with foreign trade,
without mii incn-ase of $2.08 duty per
box. who but a Tool, or rrnuit, would
now laiK au.ut protection, where almost
evcrvlhing is produced on the lowest Hid.
reci.ilessi i furnipUiip iiiili.eiices.atnl
Where Natuial rate or itilercst, is mil
3 1-3. with Usurj ruling from the oteuM
Hie u, to n per cent a month, ami l umic
on the annual volume of our produc
tion, to the extent or nearly 20 per cent
of its net Value, or Volume, lew i .alue
included in Utltir Values. Ifc-UoniieiiUj,
una additions to Stock, with Expendi
tures Increasing, rather than decreasing,
regardless or wliow Children t ry ror I i end
&o tncir turn, ami Kids are served, and
who but a fool, or rraud. would talk of
men's unpoinng Tor others bcncrit, Let
us think, "free"' Corfee . once retailed
Tor OalO per pound, and now bold Tor more
than uouoie those quotations. In the race
or the rtubuorn Tact, that uncorrupted by
Unscrupulous Comuinatioiih, all supplies
boon breasts with active demands, at rair
prices, particularly in Consignments, where
Us ptoduccrs Could Supply their own
wauls, rrom pins to palaces on a 10 per
cent margin, notwithstanding, the mount
miis or indebtedness, widen ignorance,
excess and corruption have plied on the
bounder thinking and more energetic por
tion or the people. The Tacts in the case
ure simply these, this Legislative, and
ISxceutivo'Corp or ourb, are the most In
hcrupulous Dody of men ever known to
Grand Goiiiiiiiiiu, and It it was not for
what aie realized out of Mich deals, by
I hose in authority, there is not a Shyster
at either end of the Avenue, who would
not tell tou as quick, Jis he could get It
out of his mouth, that it was not miMiiess
rora Lawyer, to get away rrom Just, and
.cmroriu Laws, and impartial administra
tion or the same, especially in n Upjeru
iiuent, rounded on, "the Equal Rights of
all men nerore the La w," and whose louiid
rs so eager m securing, "even-handed
fustice unto all." that they incorporated
in Article 1, Section viil. of their work.
A clause io plain, as to render it impos
sible, lor less than utter disregard, Tor
the solemnities or an oath, lltidgliig tlu'ir
straightforward Conclusions, to wit, Con
zres shall have power to lay, and collect
taxes etc.. "BIT (not a part) ALL 1)1
TIKS IMPOSTS. AN1 EXCISES SHALL
HE UNIFORM THROUGHOUT THE
UNITED STATES," I shall therefore in
sist, that a.i valuables hereafter brought
into thin country, other lh.ni National
Rill-of Credit. leturning for exchange, or
redemption, shall pay the same rate or
dulv. proportional to values, logardless
or "description, and "THUS" close one
or the widest, and dirtiest avenue; of
duplicity, ami swindle, ever used by (-ominous
ArinstMiig, Move man, and
scientist, 1214.-4 Northwest, written
uniler speei.il orders, to again file excep
tions, against class Legislation. the pen
sioning of parties, holding Public Office,
rroiiertv or llusiness yielding an income
exceeding th AVERAGE man's pay. and
Htrahist indorsements by the 1'iess, and
Pulpit, of wilful! fale swearing, and
common lorger among men in autliority
instead of urging on our grand juries, that
the fonrle-isjv discharge the duibs th-y
owe ttienv.elve, their feIhwK. Heaven,
and poMertU. nd the Sneaks of Lmpire.
Hisd tlteir owners taught to know, that
"the Lhw which Ik wortbj to govern
ene is nil." ARMSTRONG, Last or the
uroiMiets. see lainoiu ni.-l. Text, truth
Moxirr -vvAXTKn and to i.ovx.
SdtMKtO Cash in hand, to loan at u per
cent lntrst on first-class leal estate
sepwrrtv located In the Histrict r Co
tuiiiliiii' AiHtly immediately to J . N
HU1CK.. 1505 l'a. ave inh22-lt
LOANS MAHK ON KriiXlTUKi:.
Loans made on Furniture, l'ianos. Horses.
Wagons, etc , at lowest raten ami quickest
possible time. Strictly conbdeidial I'lease
call l?rore securing loans elscAvhere.
WASHINGTON MORTUAtiE LOAN LO.,
U1U !' street north WOST.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE.
to, 5 l-'J and 0 iier cent.
nUil'O-lm O ASCII Hit OS.. 1307 F St. nw.
WANTEU-S5.000 for 3 to r years at
r per cent, on valuable business proi
frtv: uroniid cost SG.CoO and building
S7.Y.00; no better Investment: in the
mitral pait of the city; will give small
bonus Addiess BORROWER, this office
LOANS negotiated on stockF, bonds, old
line lilc jwllcies, bank and byndicate
;eitilicnles, building and loan nfcsocm
:ion block, warehouse receipts, etc : no
Jelav. Applv to YERKE3 & B.VKER,
aooin 42, 1110 F st. iff. tf
MONEY to loan direct; charges, 1 per cent;
rate, 55 1-li and 0 per c-ent, in sums to
suit; no delav. Address M. A. X.. thisof
UONEY to loan to Government employes,
EChool teachers, policemen, and private
jarties, from 5 to S100. on indorsed
soles and other security; no delay when
lectirirv is satisfactory. Box 44, this office.
ATTENTION! BUILDERS Builders loans
in all parts of the city; no delay; also
BtraiKld loans uc 5 and d percent. W SI. C.
NORKIS, 007 13th st. nw. mhlS-7t
WE WANT 1.000 BORROWERS
Who desire rrom 50 to $10,000 each
en stocks, bonds, trusts, loan association
certificates, warehouse receipts and life
or tontine policies, in old-ltno roinpunles;
uo delay, no chattel morlaxe taken
YERKES & BAKER.
40 to 40 Met 'erottUldg.. 11 lo I st nw
MONEY TO LOAN.
Large sum-s at 5 and 5 1-2 per cent on
D. C. real eb.ate. s.50, S500, S"50, etc.
atG per cei., all transactions conducted wita
economical consideration for boiroweri
WA1. li. OilU.NBEIS i CO.,
nirti 1407 F sr. nw
iOK sale District Fruit Store, ror cash.
4t La. ave. nw. mh0-7t
PARTNER to help manage a paying office
business; requires 100. BRADSIIAV. ,
4l4 La. ave. nih21-3t
UIGAR and news store; nice business;
splendid location: so arranged one-hair
rem returned. BRAHSIIAW, 404 La.
TO SELL out your business quick, go to
BRADS HAW, 494 La. ave. inli21-3t
CIGAR and news stand, m Sit. Vernon
Electric R. R. JJepot; daily sties, S6 to
S10: owner leaving citv; make jrfer BUSl
NES EN-CHANGE, 91S F st. mii21-3t
WANTED A ladv or experience as part
ner in a large boarding-house at sea
shore. Address MRS. Sic, this office,
WANTED Buggv or trap in exchange for
building lot on electric R. 11. line, where
real estate is enhancing in value. OWNER,
Room '2, 9 IS F st. mli21-3t
FURNISHED house; SSOO; onc-Jinlf cash:
li) rooms: lullv furnished; nearly all
rented: rent of house, S7: ill-health. BUSI
NESS EXCHANGE, 91S F at. mli21-3t
SALOON; S1.000: $400 worth stock;
dadv sales, 14; o rooms: rent. 27.50.
BUSINESS EXCHANGE, 918 F bt.
FOR SALE Cheap: small notion .More,
block and fixtures SI 5 E. Cap. s,t.
WANTED A partnor (active preferred)
with 300: good, protitablc business; ref.
Address GOOD, this office mhZO-at.em
FOR SALE Must be sold at once, an old
established grocery storer no reasonable
oirer lelused. Apply 1710 Fla. ave.
WANTED In.exchangc for new dwelling;
rented, 25 per mo.; stock of merchan
dise. Slakeoffcrto EXCHANGE, tliisoffice.
WANTED For cash, all kinds of old United
States postage and department stamps;
collections also bought. H. F. DUUK
1IORST. 10u5 7th st. nw feO-tf
4The First Battle"
.or Sale at the
jTimes CouNTi-srG Roori.
Price . . $1.50.
WANTliD Porter on Sam Jack's bIiow
car at B. !e LU!jlcpot1 Ciilltiict!; It
wastI-D Reliable barkeeper; experience
in lunch room; references requited. Ad
dress Z t , tills Office nih22-dt
WANTED White aecond butler; must
have experience, mi i.m su a. m
WANTED -White farm hand; German pre-
jerreii. i-i i.mi n. . "
WANTHD-First-clas barber. 1102 7th
w. nw. it
WANTED-A young man about IS years
or age, to attend soda fountain and make
himself useful in drug store; must hae
reff. Address. N. E.. this ofriee. ill
' ma20 3tcm
WANTLD cooks, general housewoikers,
walteis, drivers, porteis, chaiubermnids
nuises, Imjv.s, rami hands, gardeners, laun
ircsses,jaiiitors. watchmen, engineer. I ire
men: quickest place to g-t work. SHAC
KLE Foil D .42jl U'LLi1 WjjiihjZO -7 teni
WANTLD-A man to repair patent process
gasoline stoves. Apply to B. B. CHASE,
.Ba rgaln House. b07 li st. ne inli2J-3t,ei
.ii ri a iirsi-ciassUiiloracForLAlyer.
Applv to JOHN B. POWERS, Ex Troop.
MoLeU'S BARBEIt SCHOOL, 97 Hudson
bt , New York City; only eight weeks
required lo learn bather trade; situations
guaranteed when through; tools counted
irce. Write lor fiee catalogue. mhl0-7t
WANTED-A good houseworker: White;
at Cottage Lunch Room, No. 1000 B st.
nw.; al once It
WANTED -Hair-grown white girl", with
references. Sll 5th st. nw. It
WANTED 3 first-class women cooks; 3
first-class waiters; at once. 1514 10th
St. n w. It
WANTED Four cooks; chambermaids, and
general houseworkers; good wages. 441
U St.. uih2-3t
WANTED Colored cook; two In family;
regular place. 014 i:tlh at. tiw. 1
WANTED-White kitchen maid; $15;'regu
lar place. 61 i 13th st. nw. It
WANTED A neat, clean woman, who has
no family or a nuall cue, to lake dining
looin and kiteheu: gcod chance for oae
who has washing to do; making lent
nominal. S- F. SI., thisofiice. inli21-3t
WANTLlt Young wiute woman as l.cuse
keepei ror wiuower. Addiess TAYLOR,
this office. "iiirJLrtj
WANTED A tailoress to help on vests.
412 7thst nw.. top floor nih2l-2t
vlATfii)-Two clerks ramiliar with the
pioseeiilion or pension claims. Addiess,
in own haiidwiiting, stating experience,
wages expected, etc., PENSIONS, this
on ice mli20-3tem
WANTED 2 girls general houscwoik,
chambermaid or muse. 1702 1-2 10th
si nw, nih0-3t-eui
UKtr WAI'KI SIALli A.X H
WANTED A burnisher, lady or gent, to
burnish silverware. Apply at DORE
Sll'S & JUST CO., 414 ilth bt. n w . Star
ALL KINDS or help furnished free by
SIRS. L. C. SIOORE, 30G G st. nw.
ftend postal. mh20-3c
WANTED Furnish help free of charge.
Send tlirougn mail or call at 171 1 ich
AGENTS WANTED-Gieat Invention.
1'iK-ket x-rays You can see skeletons
of people, animals, coins thiough pocket
Noks, etc Woiks the same a big. ex
peiisivepiwratus Samples flee one month
only. Semi 25 cents for packing and mail
ing. OCULAR ELECTRIC CO-, l.r4 Sec
ond ave., New Yoik. :iih2l-2t
AGENTS Job lot badges: American ring;
cheap. (.'all 913 G nw., Room 1.
S1TPA FIONS WANTED SI AT.K.
WANTED -Employment as snlesmau by a
jouug man wanting lo rmisli education.
Address A A . W , this office. It
WANTED A place of nnv kind; good refs.;
Call or addiess W. BROOKS, 1C0S 11th
ANTi:i)--Place as coachman by an Eng
lishman, or alet to gentleman ''HAS.
H. DAVIS, 514 11th sw. Iilli2l-3t
"WANTED -V.'riting to do at home by a
good penman. Address U. II., this olfiee.
WANTED Place as grocerv clerk; best or
ref. .1. IL.tliisofiic-e. inh2(j-3i-eni
ANTLD Position as hookkeoper and
tyiu'wuter: lust or reference':. Addiess
L.vi'KKT.tliisoirico. ini i2f3 torn
WAITED Emplovment as coachmen or
work in .stoie. Call at 1G36 Vermont
ave First-class i ers. mli20-3t
1 AVILL give 75 to any man that will
give mo situation as watchman in any of
Government departments Address J. J.
L., this ofilce. mhlfc-7t
WANTED -White lady's maid; willing to
leave city with ladv. 014 13th st. nw
WANTED By a seamstress a place; would
be willing to as-ist in housework. Ad
diess SEA A1STRESS, this office. 'iih21-2t
WANTED A middle-aged lady, accus
tomed to traveling, desires a position as
companion, governess or Iiousel;eper in
a summer hotel; speaks se.eral languages.
Address C. SI.. 1 131 llth st. nw. mli2l-:it
WANTED By a respectable woman, laun
dry work at nome, or would go -ut en
tile day. Address O.'.O T si. nw. inh21.it
WANTED Southern widow wnuldlikepohi
lion a.s housekeeper, nurse for invalid or
sick ladv or care for. children. Address
HOUSEKEEPER, 102 dill st. sW. -mhl'l-3t
WANTED Places by 3 girls, general
housework, chambermaid and nurse.
1020 21st st, nw. n:h20-3t-ein
WANTED To buy second-hand Singer sew
ing machine tor cash. Address CASH, this
ornce. 1111121 -3t
WANTED All bicycle ilders to step in
and see the new wheels at the East
Washington Branch of FOWLER CYCLE
CO., 339 Pa. ave. s. c. mb21-3t
WANTED To exchange; a new 'IiO, ingli
giade gent's or lady's bicvcle, never
used, foi a good horse and light dnyton.
.ti-" LIGHT DAYTON, this of lice.
nAftiivii-l'arty with 300 to assist in
building a small house; will divide profits.
BUILDER, thU office. mli21-3t
"WANTED High-class piano, in exchange
for large, desirable, unincumbered lot at
Falls Church, Va. Address G. "VV. R., this
WANTED A paitner with 150, in carpet
lenovating business. C, this otrice.
WANTED To buy a cigar and tobacco
business: price from 500 to $1,000.
II., this offica m!i20-3t
WANTED To exchange gold watch for
bicycle. F. S. TOPUASI, 1231 Pa. ave.
WANTED r-upils French dressmaking
thoroughly taughtat Vienna Ladies' Tail
oring School, G04 12th St. nw. (1st floor);
pupils can make dresses for themselves or
friends while learning; day and evening
lessons. Aline. DUFFIELD. nili2li-3t
WANTED Tobuy second-hand Wheel, ladj 's
or gent's; must be a bargain. Address 234
7th st. sc. mhl9-7t
YOn SALE BICYCLES.
FOR SALE 15 for n good serviceable
bicycle, bell and lamp. 33 II st. nw. It
FOR SALE Bicycle: cheapest wheel on
caith; B0; Uenshaw has It. 510 llth
st. nw. nili20-3c,cm
COLUMBIA Model,9G,201bs.; new frame,
tires and rims; low for cash;, owner leav
ing city. D. Q., this office. mh20-3t
LOST Small white terrier, with brown
spots, top ueaci, nncK, over car; chain
collar; name, Bonnie. Liberal reward If
returned to 401 II st. nw., or information
leadhig to its recovery. it
LOST Saturday; a mcdium-slzcd watch,
bearing a Masonic emblem set with dia
monds; also circled with diamonds; at
tached to this a brooch In form of an en
ameled beetle set with rubies, calseveand
smail pearls. Liberal reward if returned
to 1414 it St. It
LOST 25 reward for the return of black
Gordon setter; no questions asked; dog
has tun-colored hair on lower part or
head and legs; black curly hair on head,
and long cms: large brown eves. .Return
to No. 1723 K. I. ave. it
LOST .March 15. a Gordon .setter, black
. and tan; 5 reward ir returned to 1723
Khoac island ave. nih20-3t.
FOR SALE OR HUNT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS E. 1YAGGASIAN.917 F Bt-Nw.
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAS1E
HOUSES FOR SALE.
1219 and 1222SIadlson st.nw.,r li, j
4 rma i!'Hi!
3223 Prospect ave. nw.,r h "''V;:
345and 353 22d st.nw.,b h, 0 mis. 2,400
2150 and 2152D st.nw.,b h, 0 inis. 2,400
303 and 305 o bt. alley nw., b h,
4 nns 2,200
3421 N bt. nw.,r h, 4 ims 1,000
2113aud 2115Dst.nw.,U h, 5iniB. 1,500
4 allcv. bet 12th and 13th and T
andU sts..b h, 4icoms 1,000
2735 Q st. nw.,f h, 5 ims 1,000
9 alley, bet N. Cap. and lbt, and O
and P as., b h, 4 ims U
THREE -STORY BUI OK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
101 llth sine. bh. 15rcoms Sli.OOO
17 3U and 1742 ! bt nw, u n, ill
1S33 and 1839 Corcoran &t, b b,
1531 l-ith stuw, 0 li, a nns
2321 and2y237th stnw, b h
S24 13th sine, b h, 0 nils
500 F bt ne, b h, 0 mis
4!S and 50 Slyrtlestne, b h. U ims
S2 and 8-t Delrecs st, b h, 7 ims..
Whitney Clo.se, t h, 8 nns.
HNISIPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
So'.irn iiucoiii st, near llth.
Lots in square H77, so
Mass ave, net 1st and 2d ne.
3d bt, hct K and L bts ne
Lot U, square 500
Del ave, net 11 and O bts sw
Cor oth and H sts m
FOR KENT HOUSES.
713 12th sc nw, 11 nns...'.
220 I st nw, 12 nns
805 Gth st nw. 9 nns
1004 flu. ave nw,0 rms
021 (J st sw, 0 nns .
2201 Cleveland ave nw, 0 rms...
808 and St O K 11 ave 11 w, 0 rms...
3419 R st nw, G rms
210 14th st sw, 4 rms
1O8U 1-2 st bw.C nns
313 S O ave sc, 4 rms
1210 Hlagden's nilev nw, 4 rms...,
80 U st ne, 5 1111s
1925 Tcmpui ancccvu nw,4 rms...,
1145 23d st 11 w, 3 rms
STORES. OFFICES, ETO.
Strand dwg, 1275 25tliscnw,iinis..$20 00
oLraiui tiwg. i-uu tin sinWiMims... ii""
Stable, rear 405 0 st s W ,
sjtahli" rear 508 1 2th stnw
1114 li itnw,3d-storv riontrmand
Thu above Is only a norllon or the nron
erty on my books. For rull list call at or
flce ror bulletin issued on the lstand 15th.
TII0S1AR E. WAGGAMAM.917 F ST. NW.
730 7th st. nw.
FOR RUNT HOUSES.
1300 2lst st. nw., 12r, 2b ?u5.
915 G bt. nw., 14r, a. in. I Go
2110 N st. nw., tor, a. m 1 50.
1712 15th M nw., llr.m. 1 4C
5th and Tsts , 1 lr, 50x100 4C
12tli and Usls , 13r. a. 111. 1 40.
932 E St. nw., lOr, n. in- i 35
2415 Pa. ave. nw., 8r. 28,
315 N J ave. se., lOr, 111 1 27,
712 5th sc ue.,8r,n. m. 1 20,
421 4th st se., 9r.,a. in. 1 25.
320 Tst.nw., llr. 11. in. 1 25,
O-IO .Morris st. no.. Or a in i 19.
7th .ind Slorrissts.. Or. a. m 1 17,
521 llth St. ne.. Or. a. in 1 15
2 house Mt Pleasant withstaV. lira. 11
13357th st. iiw.,8toreanddweIling-S40.
It. S. DONALDSON,
inul'J-ir 520 10th St. nw
FOR RENT Call at 1300 U st. nw. and
see an excellent oppoitunity; shades
and carpet flee- mh22-3t
lr.Ui st., near Q nw., handsomely fur
10-rin. br SI 00
912 .Mass. ave. nw., fine brick dwell
ing, closets, elc.. every eoliv SG0
41 0 7th st. n w., 9-rm. and bath br 00
Neat 0-roout name, Anacosiia tcol.).. 8
JAS. SI. YOKK & SON,
mh20-3t 90S-914 G nw.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE Rare chance to get a home
ror what rent would cost; 5-room, frame
house in Blight wood Paik, lot 21x150 ft.;
Si .300 on ierv easy monthly payments.
JOHN T. KNOTT, 91 8 l" st mh20-l Wk-em
I'OK saue A icaunrul new house; 0
rooms ami bath; south front, within one
square cable cars; price only 54,000; a
little cash and balance 510 monthly 11 ml In
terest, takes it this week. JOHN F.
PAKET, 1411 G St. Ilial9-tf-Clil
Expert Spesinltst In the cure of all forms of
private diseases. Stiicturo, Hydrocele and
Varicocele (illicitly cured. Diseases or the
biood, skin, bladder, kidneys and syph
ilitic diseases permanently cureiL Vital
powers restored. Consultation tree.
Hours, 9 to 12, 2 toO. Tuesday, Thurs
c'ay and Saturday evenings, 7 to 8. No.
Goa JF nw. Closed Sundays. mlil4-lmo
AlANDOl7lN7banJo. guitar thoroughly
Liuglir R. BRAiLSFORD.722 10th nw
PROF. C L A. Y- Clairvoyant; tells
business, love arralrs, losses, etc.;
reunites separaatcd husband, wire, sweet
heart or menus; removes spells; Tee,
10 to 10 dally. 489 11 st. sw.
A1A1E. KETTA, medium ror spirit ir.es
bKues: sittings, 25c. 523 13lh st. nw.
GYPSY QUEEN Fortune teller; ladies,
otic; gentlemen, l
(no sign). Removed
to 1212 II st.nw.
SIME FRANCIS removes spells, evil Influ
ences; reunites separated; gives luck to
ah; 25c. and 50c; hours 9 to 9. 302 East
Capitol st. mhlC-7t
.JO NOT be discouraged because we
could not rix you last week, ror we
have received a large lot or fine 'iistom
uiacic suns, biightiy worn, at prices to
make you happy. J CSTli'S OLD STAN D,
019 D bt.inv. nihlG-7t
MSIE. DAVIS, clairvoyantand card reader,
removes spells, evil mriuence, reunites
the separated; gives luck to all: fee 50c.
2439 Snow's row nw. mh9-2w
Oorncmirvnyans and sclcntinc palmist.
Tells your name, occupation, mid Just what
you want to know: also tells about busi
ness deals, love arralrs, Tamily troubles,
rnends and enemies, reunites the separ
ated, brings quarrels all light, removes
spells, causes good luck, etc. Fee, 25, 50o
and $1. Hours, 9 to 9 daily, except
Sunday. Hours Sunday, 2 to 4. Pailorj,
925 V s nw. Sutibructiou guaranteed.
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
00G F STREET X. W.
Gold fillings and bridge work a spe
cialty, a l the lowest price: amalgam lin
ings, 50c: rull bets or teeth 011 plates 5;
extracting, either by gas or local spray,
absolutely painless, 50c; without, 25c: all
work done by experts and guaranteed the
best; open on Sundays from 10 to 3
o clock. nih22-tf
LADIES needing confidential treatment,
a fiuro and safe, relief in all woman's
complaints and irregularities. Gold medal
awarded for the science or obstetrics rrom
tho University of Munich, Bavaria. Strlct
lv confidential SIRS. DR. RENNEIt, No.
8 7th st. no., near East Capitol at., Wash
ington, D. O.
SO CUllli:, A'O I'AY.
No. 019 Pa. Ave. N V UKhlnglon, D. C.
Specialise in chronlo and private diseases,
Piles, Strlcturo, Hydrocele. Oout, Catarrh,
Dyspepsia, Blood l-'olslon oured. Vitality re
stored. Consultation rree and confidential to
hoih sexes. Daily. 9 to 1 2, H to 0.
OUR greatest-medium nnu spiritual moth
er, DR. MAUY UOllDON, tells you all
things and prescribes a proper remedy for
your troubles; consult this gifted lady be
fore it is too lata. Now ut 52H I3tu st nvr.
SISXE. TJIEO, A1EDIUM.
Scientific palmist and card reader: know
your fate and fortune; open dallv. German
spoken. 23e- and 50o. 929 H st.'n w
FOR RICNT MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT To steam filter, electrlcwork
er or bicycles, part or stoic and work
shop. No. 111G E st. nw.. Cheap rent.
WANT ED BO ARDERS.
! OUR young men can secure good room
and boardat G51C st. ne., at S4 per week.
021 II st. nw., Washington, D. Q
FOR itENT in n!IClirislIaii homo near
Capitol; 2 or 3 ropmsu newly rur.: all
lniproveiiients; at rethiewf rates. Address
O. P., th Is office. J r mll22-3t
FOR RENT Neatly furnished parlor, bed
room. 1st floor; a. K 731 llth nw.
R. RENT 2 neuyy, furnished rooms
44 1-2 H nw. ' ' lt
FOR RENT A large rurnlshed 2d story
mint room, with opwttAout board. 513
12th st. nw. It
FOR RENT 214"A'"Sc" se.,- 3 rooms; fur.
.or unfiir.; together or singly: entire y3d
flobr; hair block eiist OfTLibrafy. "
FOR RENT 2 larpcnlccly fur., communi
cating and small bnck rooms; 2d rioor: a.
III. i. 020 1 bt. nw.. 111 h 21 -3 1
FOR KENT 3 furnished or unfurnished
looms on tecoud tioor; bath No. 11 IC
Bt. 11 W. mil 21 -3 1
FOlt KENT Unrur.; 2 pleasant rooms in
corner house; with large yard; low lent.
1901 Vt. ave. n'. - )nh21-3t
FOR RENT A nice large parlor in a cmiet
home; lernis 'reasonable. 010 I bt. nw.
FOlt HUNT Nicely fur. or unrur. rooms;
terms reasonable. 720 llth bt. nw
FOR RENT-Largc nicely fur. bay-window
trout room, 2d story, with bath;
$12. 300 llth bt. bcs mh21-3t
FOR KENT-S13-3 large, elegant 2d-fIoor
unrur. 20 1 ne. mh2l-3t
tOll KENT Large front room; furnished
or uniurnished; fine locution ror summer.
003 Sluss. ave. ne. mli21-3t
FOR RENT Furnished room in first-
chtss house; private family. .No. 927
FOR ItENT -Hall room. 2 loor: S5; with
board $18 month. 17 E bt. nw.
FOR ItENT First and second floor front,
wiin oatu; cmict people. n.; u st.nw.
FOlt RENT 1 elegantly fur. room or par
lor; a. in. i.; low to a permanent tenant.
bO.l uth nw. mh2l-3t
F'OR RENT Large front room. fur., with
heat and gas: southern exposure; lacing
on two sts.: suitable for one or two gen
tlemen. 702 2d bt. n W. mh21-3t
FOR RENT Nicely furnished, eond-story
room: lo whlie woman lor easy services
during portion of day. Address COSI
l'ANtON, this office. nih21-3t
FOK ItENT A flat Of 3 unfiir 1001113;
hall, closets and packing room; 3d rioor;
?18. 1314 1-2 Utli st. nw. mli2l-3t
FOlt KENT 2 jileasaut uHiiiis on 2d floor.
fin. or unrur., single or communicating;
$Q and ss per month. 3t.Gt'a nve. nw.
FOR ItENT 722 Gth st nw , 2 2d-story
100ms, unfiir., heat and gas, Slo; also
3d-story fiont, fur, heat, gas, ss
Full RENT 5 unfiir. 1001ns In 2d story,
all fiontlng on stieet, in house No 50t
Stanton place ne ; Minuted on Stanton
Pa tk and surrounded by nice large yard;
looms light and airy; heroics ami U st.
cars pass the door. ii.n2l-3t
FOlt RENT-Three good-sized, HghTrooms;
fiirulbliud or unfiirnlshed; tout hern ex
posure; bath on same floor. 324 E. Cnpl-
toi bt. riililI0j-3t
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, for
IIl-Iii iHiiisekeejilng. 308 K bt. 11 w.
l'OK KKNT-s-io 3 nice rooms for light
housekeeping. 142 A ne. inh2l-3t
FOR ItENT -nil Olh st. 11 w.; two unfur
nished, commiinlciillag rooms; also fur
nLsherl rooms fro 11 SI jup. mh20-3t
FOR RENT Furnished looms: with gns
and steam heat; SG. per. month, up. 414
Gth st nw. mli20-3t
FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms with
furnace heat, with or wittout board; very
reasonable teims. 419 Slass. ave. nw.
FOlt RENT Nicely fur1, front looms to
gentleman; large bay window 100m on
first lloor: smaller 100ms 50, heat, bath,
and gas: neai cars 201 I) st nw mhls-7t
ruit KKNT 830 12th st., back parlor;
rur. or unrur.; reasonable; coiner house.
FOlt ItENT 1124 Oth st. nw., nlcelv fur.
front rooms; prices ijsy, $10 ami $15;
wii 1101 wiiuiiubuu.tro. . ,miiwU-ai-em
FOR RENT Unrunilshed looms, 1st, 2d
aim .111 nours. .izo .110. ave. nw.
FOR RENT-G15. Gth st. nw., iileasant
furnlsliod rooms, on 1st, 2d or 3d floor.
FOR RENT -Rooms to rent at 1425 P St.,
oppositlliggsSIarket. Applyon piemises.
FOR KliNT Two handhotiielv furnished
pailors, suitable for member of Con-
giess. ,il-o two tinrurnlshed rooms, at 027
Jjst nw . terms reasonable inh-'u- 7t-em
FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms, for
light housekeeping;- all improvements.
119 Pa. ave. nw. iual9-7t-eni
FOK KENT Nice rur. rooms at 213 Pa.
ave. nw.; with or without board; fine
dining-room, and every attention paid to
customers; near depot and Capitol.
iOR RE NT-Desk room: including desk
and chairs. Apply 1227 G bt. nw.
WANTED By ladv and grown daughter, a
couple ol' lur. 100ms ror light house
keeping, lit a nice house; state terms. N.
Y. '.., this offcie. mh2l-3t
SI ISCKLL A.-V ROUS
WANTED-H1GIIEST CASH PRICE PAID
FOK OLD GOLD AND SILVER
SSIAL4LEST AND LARGEST AMOUNT
bought; old and new Jewelry, watches,
spoons, dentist gold,
MU'J ILATED (JOINS. TEETH PLATES.
And PLATINUM FEKD.LOEWENSTEIN.
Cold and Silver Refiner, and Buyer of Old
Uolil and Silver. SIS G ST N V.. OPP.
PATENT OFFICE. fe-tf.lyr
NATIONAL PLANTATION; a long and
good smoke ror oc; made here. it
SIGNS ! SIGNS I paint tliem cheap. CHAS.
S. WILLIS, 70b 10th st nw mh22-3t
NO CHARGE for consultation. II. D.
GORDON, Attorney, 918 F st. nw.. Room
SIRS. al. LEWIS, massage treatment; as
sistant Irom New York. 030 G nw.
WALL PAl'ER If you want your rooms
papered cheap, all the paper will cost
is 15 cents piece, on the wall. O. C.
SILENCE, 217Gst. ne. mli21 7t
NEW FOWLER BICYCLES for sale and
lor unit; all kinds of repairing, etc. East
Washington Branch, FOWLER CYCLE
CO., 339 Pa. ave. se. mh21-3t
L. H. HOPKINS WJU remove trom 933
f bt. nw. to his new btore. 010 9th st.
PIANO TUNING, 51.60 First-class work;
selections made ror parties about to
purchase; charges very reasonable: drop
postal. JAB. K. DURITY, 305 12th st.
DR. SlcKEEHAN Diseases ot men- 716
12th st.nw. Consultation rree. mhl4-14t
THE PURE DAIRY LUNCH, 935 D St. nw.
The best lunches in the city. Corfee a
I WONDER who pays the highest prices
for gents' cast-otf clothing: diop pos
tal. SAUL BROS.. 923 1) st. nw. Jal5-3mo
PRINTING Business cards 75c. per 1,000;
other printing eauaUy as cheap; maga
zines bound Tor 5oc; miscellaneous' books
re-bound: paper ruling, etc. u. a. AVIL
L1AS1S, 015 7th Bt.lnw. feO-tf.em
Jilt. WILLI Ail WALJJLECICER
Will receive pupils in .piano playing, be
ginners as well as 'advanced pupils; also
in organ playing and- harmony. Eor
terms apply at music 1 room, No. 213 E
st. nw. nili22-Jm
A. V. HOLMES.
Mandolin, Banjo and Guitar.
instruction book, sheet music and 20 les
sons for 515. Sprlngtcrm. 20 Ic.ssoti'vSlO.
Studio, Room3,934F st. mli22-lm
Tilts LAWRENCE SCHOOL or S1USIC
GEO. W. LAWRENCE, Director.
VOICE. (Specialty of Beginners.) 1'IANO.
8tudio3, 4 and 6, 934 F nw. REASON
ABLE TERS1S. Natural Method. Voice
Trial Gratia Funds' Recital, March 20. .
FUlt SAL1S IIOHKICS & VJiliiCLES,
FOR SALE Gray mare, 7 years old, and
harness: will work anywhere. 1G45 Den
ning road; on Sunday at 710 20th St. ne.
rOlt SALE On account of stoiage and
repairs, 2 daytons, 2 grocery, 1 coal or
express wagon; also heveral carriages,
buggies, coupes, and wagonettes; no reason
able orrer refused. 927 D st.nw. 'Phone
201. fell tt
Norfolk & yasHington
Every day In the year for Fortress
Slonroe, Norfolk, Newport News and
nil points South by the superb, pow-
crful steel palace steamers "Ncw-
port News," "Norrolk" and "Wash-
ington," on the following schedule:
Lv. Wash'gton 7:00 pin
Lv. Alexandria 7:30 pin
Ar. Ft. Slonroo C::0 aiu
Lv. Portsm'th. ":0 pm
Lv. Norfolk... 0:10 pin
Lv. Ft.SIonroo 7: 0 pm
Ar. Aloxand'a MM am
-r. orroIlc,.. 7:10 am
Ar. Portsm'th. 8:00 sm
r. WasU'gton 0: u am
Visitors r.n niiuinhorllii's new hotel,
"The Hygeia," and Virginia Beach
will find this the most attractive
route, insuring a comfortable night's
Eargc and luxurious rooms heated
by steam and fitted throughout with
electiic lights, Dining room service is
a la carte, and is supplied from the
best that the markets of Washington
and Norrolk uHord.
Tickets on sale at U. S. Expess
ornce, 817 Pennsylvania, avenue; 513,
019, 1421 Pennsylvania avenue; B.
& O. ticket office, corner 15th street
and New York avenue, and onboard
steamers, where time table, map, etc.,
can also be had.
Anj other information desired will
be furnished on application to the un-
dersigned at the oonmnny'b Wharf,
foot of 7th Bt.. Washington, D. C-
Telephone No. 750.
JNO. CALLAHAN, General Slannger.
Tomb ot Washington
Dally (except Sunday), at 10 a. m-.
returning reach the city at -."
p. in. .FARE. ROUND TRIP, 00a
Admission tc .grounds, 2"?. .,5f
U A NT U A FE ON THE STEAM E R. Tlet"'
with Slount Vernon admission coupon.
ror sale at wharf and at hotels. VW"
also make river landings as far as uy
moiit, slopping for fieigntaiid iinepfc"?
I oth ways. For chatters, etc., appl at
offices of bteamer Macalester.
L. L. BLAKE, Captain.
FOH SALE -SIISCELLA.VEOtJS
'fon"s ALE -Thebest anil niost, eumomical
retilgerator Is Sloxley's lnl "'?.
Air Rcrngcrator: Jour Ice lasts Ion-tr.
your rood Is kept p'.re and rresli. THbJ.
T. SIOXLEY ICEBOX ANUtEVTUUB
CO., raetoiy rear of 21-1, 10, -ltt otii hu
FOR SALE-A very fine cxltt,a'0,nrIL1?vI!
surr.'v; also canopy-top turtahitd surrey,
also a good side-bar buggy: a good, II j, lit
Uaytonr 1U10 Ohio ave. nw. mh-l-Jt
rOK SALE-A very nice coupe "0b;1J
hands limn: cicv uroKL-; juui " --".
a lli Mtle-lmr buggy and cut-under Mirruy.
1105 llth St. nw. i""-L JL
DOC. I30TTLES fuintture polish !. week
Mc: hair mattresses made over at joiir
n-Mdcnce, i?1.7b, drop postal. J. J,v.:';1J
f st. sw. "2i!riJc
COICeTcOKEI COKEl-10 L'J8lic'fHrhLJ ;
50 bundles or resin wood, otic., 5 busliL is.
any kind, coal. 51; ; all deliverei and e iirr led
in free W FUEL ASS0CIA1ION, bd
1' st nw.; 401 New Jersey avenue nw.
FOR HALE-100,000 Palmetto Aspjr.iuis
Itoots; aoc. per 100, $2 per 1.000.
THOMAS UEALE, Hrlghtwood, U. O.
FOR HALE- Five Jersey O0W8. rresh. Ap
ply 7U4 Sheridan fat. Sit. Pleasant.
FOR SALE Show cases; wall and coun
ter cases II. H. HEMPLER, OpUcian
enrflthj.t.aiid Pa. ave.. nw. LhJU-Jt
BARBER SHOP. S50-Two chairs and
ood trade: change or ousint-s the cause
Ol scIUhk: m the r,e. section. Address BAK-
BEIt SHOP, this office. rnliliO-dt.cm
FOR SALE All kinds of fruit and orna
mental t reel,, vi.-getai.le l''""',.'
sale and retail; stand at Center Si irkU,
cor. Olli and B sts. nw.; Tuesdays, Thurs
dnv.s, and Saturdays; L. O. S1UN&ON.
FOP. SALE- Soda fountain in excellent
condition. Caubeseenat id-' .tlibt.nw.
FOR SALE-Woven-wire spihics, 1: hair
mattresses, o, nnir iiiimreoptr :,"""
S2 ! SMITH ic UACON, Slfrs., 121 J. b st.
n w .
FQK SALE-L0t.21xll.te pike
umi'RU raih.. v.in.ii- "i-i-j "",,,., or '
920 F St. nw. mh-O-JC
FOR SALE -Sound, gentle horse; lady can
drive: can go In 3 minutes; Tor sale cheap.
2111 E st. nw. inn-o-JC
l-'OR SALE-Callgraph typewriter No -,
with case; In first-class order; manuf.ic-
turVrs no. .dove 30.000; no further use;
win 'ell tor 525; can be seen attcr 11. m.
fVll &ALE-Toy terriers a iiitinilij, old;
weight, -i ounces; Mnai.-i. ",',70,n'.,V,-,.itr-
MI12 llth st. nw. mli20-3t
'FOR SALE-Cheap-Clgar store and liui
Der sliop: at inventory: investigate, good
stand Northwest cor Gth and K sts. nv. .
FOR" SALE-HORSES AND VEHICLES
8. J). Houck, 301 10th st. nw; large
assortment or new and second-hand double
and single harness. 100 sets or govern
ment wagon harness; also a large assort;
mentor double hack and coupe harness,
ion ,.,iv(rnmcnt saddles mhiy-lm
FOR SALE Lunch and dining-room; good
l.usiness: price S175. 1-100 Pn. ave.
Volt SALE 20 Hon reed troughs and 11
iron racks; a good outrit for a stable.
No. 1400 Pa. ave. mh 1 1 -1 1
FOR SALE Knabe piano; bargain; square;
7 1-3 octM e; exquisite tonejbutlittleused,
and rather than store It will sell ror $175,
including cover and stool: none better
rnr S500. Address PIANO, this office.
lu v mh7-6t
"s'ai.k-l'hvslclau's cublnet, sureical
table, surgical chair: reasonable terms.
. STOTT, 420 llth St. nw. inhl0-7t
Voic & ALL r ee.u-water heaiet, smoke
stack (HO inches diaiteler, 0 feet high),
water-tube boiler (bO horse power), and
two power iiansmltters; all in first-class
condition; no reasonable offer refused.
i iily to G. C. THOMPSON. Chief Engineer
Purity Ice Co., Armory place, near 5th
and L sis. nw. fe25-tf
ESTATE or RUTH JOHNSON, late of the
Distnct of Columbia. No. 7197. Doc. --.
Application having been made to the bit
prcmc Court of the District- of Columbia
l.Oiding Orphans' Court, ror probate of a
last will and for letters testamentary on
said estate, by George E. Johnson, executor
named therein, this is to give notice to all
concerned to appear in said court pn t M
BAY, the second day of April, A. D. 189 ,
at 10 o'clock- a. m., to slow cause why
such application should not be granted.
Issued Starch 5, 1897.
Attest: J. NOTA StcGILL,
Register of Wills, D. 0.
I'KOl'O&ALS FOR SUPPLIES FOR THE
NAVY YARD, WASHINGTON, U. C
-March 13, 197 Sealed proposals in
dorsed "Proposals for Suppllesfor the Navy
lard, Washington, D. C, to be opened
Slarch 30, 1897," will be received at, the
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, Navy
Department, Washington, u. C, until 12
o clock noon, SlARCll 30, 1897, and pub
liclv opened Immediately thereafter, to
furnish at I he Navy lard, Washington,
I). C, a quantity or steel castings; also
supplies for roundrv, consisting of ladlC3,
chain slings, turn tables, roller machine,
tumblers, steel rail and truck. The articles
must conform to the Navy standard and
pass the usual naval Inspection. Blank pro
posals wllfbe f urnlslied upon application to
tiie Navv lard, Washington. B. C. The
attention" or manufacturers and dealers is
invited. Tic bids, all other things being
equal, decided by lot. The department re
serves the light to waive defects or to re
lectanyor nil bids notdeemedadvantageous
to the Government. EDWIN STEWART,
Puvmasttr General, U. S. N.
WANTED STO RES.
WAN'lEU To rent or lease, store, with
hoitbc und stable; suitable for grocery
business; or will buy out same; must be
northwest section. Address, giving loca
tion and particulars, C. A. B11KA, 032
l'u. avo. nw. maiH-ot-cm
FOR HTRE-Only place on Capitol Hill
where high-grade wheels are for hire.
East Washington Branch, FOWLER CY
CLE CO., 339 Pa. ave. so. inb21-3t
1-Oit HIRE Full dress suits, $1 only.
JULIUS COHEN, 1104 7th et. nw. '
FOK SALE Pure bred B. 1' . Kock, S. L.
-Wvnudotte and White Leghorn eggs,
51 pe" -setting. E. A. WARDWELL.
Biancnville. Sid. n.chlt-,t.em
1.' 1 11
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13th St. & Pa. Ave
. rur Alexandria. 0:40, 7:05, t:jo. e..
8:00, 8:00. ex.: "9:00. 9.50. nOiOS, ex.;
1- 00. vj... j."-y
"v, 0:00, ex.; o:iiu, -cuu, .
10:n. "11 -an 1 1 -r.fi n. m
Daily. No express Suiiduya.
F'or srount "Vernon, Kiverslile and way
stations. "0.-10, 10.05 a. m., 12:05, 2.05,
"4U5 p. in.
'Dally, extra Sunday at 11 a. in.
For Arlington, hourly from d a. m. to
8 j). m. laO-tf.em
OLD POINT COMFORT
Without Clinime ol Cars.
5i HOURS FROM WASHINGTON
VrA PENNSTLYANTA, R. F. & V. AND
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO HALLWAiTs
sjelH'ilulo in c-rfect Fuhruarv ii. 1897.
WASHINGTON & OLD TOINT SPECIAL.
4:1 p. in. Tuesdays. Thursdays and Satur
feoliu vesimuled. elcctrlcrllKhted, steam
neated train, with combination coach parlor
witnout change. Arrives Rlcnmond iMS
p. m.-OId Point, 9:50 p. m
10:57 a. m. -dally except Sunday. rar
lor oir WaslmiKtou to Kiuamoud and lUcti
mond to Old Point Arrive Itichiuouil 2-45
n. m.-OId Point, 0:30 p. in. Transfer at
Tickets ana reservarions at offices Penn
sylvania R. R 15th and sts.. uml at sta
tion. Full Information at o. & O. ticket
II. W .FULLER, General PassengerAgeat
IRurKXCHVNGE For sood team, horses
and carriage, equity in new ilwHling;
rented: $25 per monin. Call WAL 1 Lit,
lyL f st. nw. mb20-3t
HsimluUberead dally bj all interested,
changes may occur at sins time.
Foielgn mails for the week ending Slarch
27 close piomptlj atthisorilct,asicIlows
SIONDAY-(b) At 9 20 p. m-, for Ger
many, BeiimarK. hweuen. N.rwa ti,hrMi
aua), and Russia, per s. s- Spree, from
New ioik, via Bremen. Letters for other
nam or Europe, via .Southampton, must
ne directed "per Spree. ' (ci At 10:5o p.
m., for Scotland direct, per s. s. Circasniu,
from New York via Glasguw. Letters must
be directed '"per Circa.lo.''
TLESl)AY-(b At l-2o ji m, for Eu
rope, per 3. s. St. Paul, from New orfc.
via Southampton Letters for Ireland
mu'-t be directed "Per St. Paid." (c At
10.55 p. m., for Europe, per s. 8- Teu
tonic, from New York, via Queenstown.
(c) At 10-55 p in., for Belgium direct,
per s. h. Wfsternland, rrom New- York,
via Antwerp Letters must be directed
WLliMhSUAl (b) At 7:20 p. in. for
Europe, per s. s. Columbia, from New York,
via riviiioutii. CucrtxmrK ana lianiourg.
(Cl At 10:55 p. m. for Netherlands direct,
per s. s. Schiedam, from New lork. via
AiiMcmnm. Letters must be directed "Per
FRIBAl-(b)At 6:10 p. m. for France,
Switzerland. Italy. Spam, Portugal. Tur
key, Egypt and Bnti.sn India, per m. s. La
Champagne", rrom New loik ia Havre.
Letters lor other part- of Europe must be
dnected "Per La Chani.agne " (C)At
10 55 p. in. ror Netherlands direct, per
h. s. Veendam. irom New lork via Rot
terdam. Letters must lie directed "Per
Veendam." (c)At lO 55 p.m. for Genoa,
per s. s. Kaiser Wclhelin II, from New
York. Letters must be directed "Per
Kaiser Wllhelm II." (c)At 10:55 p. m. for
Europe, per s. . Campania," rrom New
York via Queenstown. (c)At 10.55 p.m.
for Norway direct, per K..8. Hekla. rrom
New lork Letters must be directed "Per
-PKINTED MATTER. ETC. German
steamers sailing rrom New York on Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays take printed
matter. eU.. lor Germany, and specially
addressed printed matter, etc., for other
parts or Europe.
The White fctar Steamers, sailing from
New York on Wednesdays, take specially
addressed printed matter, etc., for Europe.
The American, Canard and French line
steamers take printed matter, etc., for
all coi.ntrles ror which they are advertised
to cairy mall.
Jlall Tor Soutti ana Central Amer
ica, v et lumes, Jtir.
.MONDAY Hi) At 3:50 a. ni. for Nas
sau, N. 1'., per steamer from Sliami, Fla.
ta) At 320 p. 111. ror Jamaica, perateamer
rrom Boston, tel At 10:05 p. m. for Be
lize, Puerto, Cortex and Guatemala, per
steamer rrom New Orleans. tc At 10 55
p. m rorUru.il and La 1 lata countries, per
s.. Grecian Prince, rrom New York, via
j'ci'nuiiiDULO ai r"o .laneiro. Leitrs
for North Brazil must be directed "Per
Grecian Pnnce. ' to At 10:55 p m. for
Brazil anJ La Tlata countries, per s. s.
Beliarden. from New York via liania and
Rio Janeiro. Letters for Pernambuco and
North Brazil must be directed -'per Eel
TUESDAY- (d) At 6:25 a. m. for Port
Antonio, per steamer rrom Baltimore, Sid.
(c) At 10 05 p. in., for Costa Rica, per
steamer from New Orleans, La.
(c) At 10:55 p. in. for Bermuda, per s. s.
Trinidad, from New York.
(c) At 10:55 p. in. for St. Thomas, St.
Croix, Leeward and Windward Islands, via
St. Tnoma.N. also Venezuela and ciiricao,
per s. a. Philadelphia, from New York.
Letters for Grenada. Trinidad and Tobago
must be directed Per Philadelphia."
tc) At 10:55 p. m for Be-uerara direct
per s. s. Tjomo, from Now York.
WEDNESDAY t) At 3:50 a. m. for Nas
sau, N. P , per steamer rrom Sliami, Fin.
(c) At 10:55 p. m., for Brazil, per s. s.
Astl, from New York, via Pernambuco and
Victoria Letters for North Brazil must be
directed "Per Astl.
( C At 1 (1:55 p. in., for Bermuda, per s. s.
Orinoco, Trom New York.
(c) At 10:55 p. in., ror Nassau. N. P,.
and Santiago de Cuba, per s. s. Niagara,
rrom New Vork.
ic At 10:55 p. in., for North Brazil, per
s. s. Horatio, rrom .New York, via Para,
JlnrRnlmm and (.Vara
THURSDAY (c) At 10:55 p. m., for
Jamaica, Port Au Prince. Savamlla and
Carthngenaj. per s. s. Altai. Irom New
York. Letters must be directed "er
Altai." . .
F'RIDAY (c) At 10:5o p. jn., for ...ee
ward and Windward Islands, per s. 3.
Pretoria, from New York. Letters for
Grenada, Trinidad and Tobago must be
directed "Per Pretoria." (c At 10:55
p. in., for Jeremie, Jacmel and Aux-Caycs,
per s. a, Athos, from New York. Letters
for Belize, Puerto Cortez and Guatemala
must be directed "Per Athos." (c) At
10.55 p. in., ror Campeche, Chlpas, Ta
basco and Yucatan, per s. s. Segunnca,
from New York Letters for other parts
of -Mexico must be directed "Per Segur
nnrei " (c) At 10:55 p. m., for Grenada,
Trinidad, and Tobago, per s. s. Irra
waddy, from New York.
SATURDAY (d At 1205 p. in., for
Newfoundland, per steamer from Halifax.
SUNDAY. 2Sth (0 At 350 a in., for
NnsMui, N- 1'., per steamer from Sliami,
Stalls for Newfoundland, by rail to Hali
fax and thence via steamer, close here
dallv, except Sunday, at 12:05 p. m., and
on Sundav only at 11:35 a. m. (d)
Slails for Sliquelon, by rail to Boston, and
thence via steamer, close here daily at
3:20 p. m. (a)
SlaiN for Cuba (except those rorSantiairo
de Cuba, which will be forwarded via New
York up to and including the 10:55 p. m.
closing Wednesday), clcses here daily at 3
p. in., for forwarding via steamers sailing
Mondavs and Thursdays Trom Port Tampa,
Slails for Mexico City, overland, unl'-is
specially addressed fordispatchvla steamer,
close heredaily at 7:10 a. m. Id)
Slails for China and Japan, specially ad
dressed onlv. per a. s. Empress or
India, rrom Vancouver, close here daily
up to 0:30 p. m.. Slarch 22. (d)
Slails for China and Jopau, per s. s.
Braemer, from Tncoma.cloe here daily up
to 6:30 p. m., March 25.(d)
Mads for the Society Islands, per ship
Tropic Bird, from San Francisco, close
here daily up to 6:30 p. m., March 25.(d)
Slails rr China, Japan, and Hawaii, per
8. s. Coptic, from San Francisco, cU-e
here dailv up to 0:30 p. in.. Slarch 20.01)
Stalls for Australia (except those for
West Austruha. wbicn ure n,rw:uuit Ma
Europe), New Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji and
Samoan Islands, per a. c Starirosa. from
San Francisco. close heredaily up to 6.30
p. m., Sfarch 27. (d)
Slails for Australia (except West Aus
tralia), Hawaii and Fiji iM.uids. (spe
cially addressed onlt), per . s. Wnnimoo,
from Vancouver close here dailv up to C:30
p. m-, April 1, attcr 0:30 p .m-I Slarch 27.
Slails for Hawaii, per s .3. Australia,
rrom Man Fmncisco. close here daily up
to 6-30 p. m., April 11.
1 4 lOS T
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS are forwarded
to the port or sailing dally, and the
schedule or closings is arranged on the
presumption of their uninterrupted over
(a) Registered mail closes at 10 a. m.
(b) Registered mail closes at 1 p. m.
(c) Registered mail closes at G p. m.
(d) Registered mail closes at 6 p. m.
(e) Registered mail closes at 1 p. m.
"Wednesdays and Saturtlavs.
(f) Registered mail closer! at 1 p. m.
(g) Kcgistcred mail closes at C p. m.
JASIES P. WILLETT. rostmaster.
STATION CORNE1C OF SIXTH AND B
7n1i,f.V.I-.TVeo!c dajs-piTTSBCKO J3X-
PREbS-Purlor and Dining Cars, Ilarris
burg to Pittsburg.
10.50 A M. i'LNAsJYLVAN'IA LIMITKD
m .l.7,,.7.n SIe,'I'ng. Dining, Smoking and
rin,H.non. "' "arnsburg to Chicago,
rimS ln"a'.ln.danapoIU. St. Lout-, Clove!
1H'iriA; m1 kAi$T tAK-l'ullman Kurrcs
rnr fiiitf f "arrisburp. UuffeD Parlor
VU ,i.1,a,rnalJFK t0 Pittsburg.
.xprc-js tuii,an urrit Parlor Car
to rnsburg. Sleeping Car Washington
(3i.i,fi!iui.s' uua Sleeping and Dining
au I'Jcago " K l St" 1'ou,s' UDt3nn""
,,.nn i- ."TERN EXPRESS-Pull-am?
Mf'V",11 Car tc Pittsburg. Chicago,
cSrouncago to UevIan&- w8
T'"i'niiMT.SS,;? WASTERS EXPRESS
Tr.f."1h"';n b,eeping Cars Washinstou to
l'lttsburg and liarrisburg to St. Louis
and Louisville (vlu Cincinnati). Bluing
I0,',fnU ;""-, PACIFIC KXPUKSS-Pull-
,aT hieeplns Car to Pittsburg.
tlr- ,xo lC,ne. Canaumugua, Roches
unday x,'aBura wm dally, except
10.50 a. SI. ror Eliuira and Renovo dally,
except bunday Kor Loct Haven weclc
days ana Wiihamsporc Sundays, 3MO
H?,,,1.'; u- IJ. Wllllaii aport. Rocl.-ester.
Burralo and Niagara falls daily, exc-pc
Saturday, with sleeping Car Washington
.lo,.S,.W.nslon "ncTge, via Burfalo.
f,.V n.-Vr or Krto- Canandaigua. Itoclina
ter. Burrulo, and Niagara Fails dally,
beeping Car Washington to Elmira.
JTor i'Uilaueipniu, ow Xorir, and
VJ?t.' a- "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
1T.LD. tlally, ail Parlor furs, with Bin
Ing Carfrom BrItlraore. Regular at 7.00
(Dining Can. 8.00. 0.00, 10 00 (Dining
Can. and ll.OO tDlnlng Car rrom WlP
nunmoni A il, 12.45, 3.15, 4.20.0 50,
10 uo and 11.35 P SI On Sunday.7 Ocf
(Dining fun. 8.00, B.00, ll.OO (Dinlntl
Car rrom Wilminjrton A . ii . , 1 2. 1 5. 3. 1 1.
4.J0. 0.50, 10.00 and 11.35 P. SI. For
Philadelphia only. Fast Express 7.50 A.
il. wvat days, tip rest 12.15 P.
Al. week days, 2.01 and &40 J' SL
datiy. For Huston, without change,
i.Zn A. M. west clays, and 3.15 P. AL
ior Atlantic City (via Deuiware River
Bridge, all rail route 1, 3.1 C p. m. dally.
ITor iluKiinorr.t.U5,7 Oo, 7 GO. a.UO. y.OO.
10.00, 10.GO, 11.00 and 11.50 a m.
12 15, 12.15.2.01. 3.15, 3.40 (4.00 lim
ited. 4.U. 4.30, 6 40. O 15, 0 SO. 7 10
10.00, 10.10, 11.15 and H JJ5 p. m!
On Sunday, 7.00, 8.00. Q 00. 9.05. 10.60:
ll.OO a. m.. 12. 15.1 15. 2.01,18.104.22.168.
14.00 limited, 4.20, 5.40, 0.15, 6.C0.
7.10. 1000. 10.40 and 11 JOpa
For Popes Creek Line, 7.50 a.m. and 4.30
?. m. daily except Sunday.
Eor Annopuils, 7.00, 0.00 a. m., 12 15
and 1 20 p m. dally, except Sunday,
fcundays b.00 a. m. &.d 4 20 p. m.
Atlantic Coa3S Llse 'Flortdii Special"
for Jacksonville and St. Augustine
10.48 p. m. week days. Express for
Florida and points on Atlantic Coast
Line, 4.30 a. ii, 3.40 p. m. dailv;
Richmond only, 10.57 a. m. week da vs:
Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Sea
board Air Ltue, 4.4U p. m. daily. Ac
commodation for Quantico, 7.45 a. m.
and 4.25 p. m. week days.
Ticket orricei. corner Fifteenth and U
streets, and at the station. Sixth and 11
streets, whre orders can be left Tor cheek
lug of baggage to destination rrom lioieU
S. SI. PREVOST, General Slanager.
J. It. WOOU. General I'assenjjer Agent.
' Bchedulc in effect February 21, 1S97.
Leave AV'ashlngton from station, corner ot
New Jersey avenue and C street.
For Chicago unci .Northwest. VestiOuIefl
Limited trains, 10:00, 11:45 a. m.. 8:0
Foe Cincinnati. St. Louis andlndlanapolls.
Express, 11:45 a m. A'estlbuled Limited
8M0 p. m., express 11:25 p. m.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland. expreM
flaiiy, 10:00 a. m. and S:50 p. si.
For Toledo and Detroit, 11.25 p. m.
For Winchester and way stations. 10a.
m. t0:3o p. m.
For New Orleans, Memphis. Birmingham,
Chattanooga. Knoxvllle. Bristol and
Roanoke. &.00 y. ui. daily; Sleeping Ca
For Lurav.3-40 p. m. dnll7.
For Baltimore, week days, 8.00, C.30,
X7.05, X7.I0, X8-0O, 8 30, x0.30, xlO.OO.
xl2 00 a. m ,xl.05,12 Io.xl2.l0,x3:00,
3.20. a.t.30, 4 35, x." 05, xB 10. X5.30,
X6.20. 6.30, X8.00. 8 15. X0.20, 11.15.
S11.50 p. m.,and X12.01 night. Sundays,
X7.05. X7.10. 8.30, xO.OO a. m., xl2:05.
2Ci:;.40. 100. XdOO, 3.20. 4.3o, X5.055
X5.10, 6.30,x8.00. X9.20. 11.15. xll.50.
p. m. , X12.01 night.
For Annapolis, 7 lOandS:30a. m.. 12:10
and t.30 p. in., Sundays, riuio a. m. , 4.35
F"or Frederick, week days, ran. 11.13
a. in.. 4.30, 5.30 p.m. Sundays, 1:15 p.m.
For Hngerstown. J 10.00 u. m. and :5.30
Tot Boyd and way points, week days,
7.35 a. in., 4.30, 5.30. 7.05 p. m. Sua-d03-s,
1 15. 7.05 p. rn.
For Gatthersburg and way pwlnts, week
da vs. 7.35. 9.00 a. m.. 12.50, 3.15. 4.80,
4.33, 5.30. 7.05, 11.40 p. m. Sundays.
U.OO a. in., 1.15, 4.3.J, 1 05, 10 15 p. in
ForWashinat'in Junction and war jwiints,
7.35 a. m., 4 30, 5.30 p. m. Tveek daya.
1.15 p. m. Sundaya
Itoyal Dltio Lino for S'ew Xorli
All trains illuminated wtth Pintsch light.
Tor Philadelphia, New York. Foiton. and
the East, week 'lays. S.OO, ( 10.00 a. in.
Dining Car). 12.00, (12. IO Dining Can. 3.0O
15.05 Dining Carl, (12.01 night, Sleenlug
Car open at 10.00 o clocki, Snd..ys, (0.0O
a. m. Dining Car ), (12.40 Dining Car , 3.00
(5.05 Dining Can. 12 01 night, sleeping car
Open 10 o'clock Additional trains, foi
Philadelphia, week days, 7.05 a. in., daily,
8.00 p. m.
Buf fetParlor Cars on all day trains.
For Atlantic City, l(0o a. m.. 12.00
noon, and 12 40 p. m. week days, 12. 40
p. m Sunday .
For Cape Slay, 12 noon.
JExcept Sunday. xExprcss trains.
BaRgase Lalleii for and checked from
hotels" and residences by Union Tranter
Co. on orders left at ticket offices, 819
Pennsylvania avenue nw.. N'ew XorSc
avenue and Fifteenth street, and at depot.
WM. M- GREEN. CHAS. O. SCULL.
Gen. Slanager. Gen. Pass. Agt;
(Schedule In effect January 18. 1897.)
All trains arrive and leavo Pennsylvania
8 a m. Daily. local Tor Dnnvllie. Char
lotte and way stations, connects at Manas
ias for S trasburg. Harrisonburg, and
way Stations, daily, except Sunday. .EH
at Lvnchburg with the Norfolk and West
ern dally and with the Cncapeakc and
Ohio! daily, for e Natural Rndge and
ljil1-15ta?m.-Dally.the UNITED STATES
itaCt SlAlL. carries Pullman Utirfefi
Slwitwrs New York and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with
Pullman Sleeper for Ashevllle and Ho
HunisSC.. Knoxvllle and Clialtauooga,
T.-nn and at Charlotte with Pullman
iupi.uer for Augusta; Pullman ttuxret Sleep
er New York to New Orleans, connecting
ii Atlanta Tor Birmingham and Slem
.misT Soil 1 "rain WasMnatr.n to New
Orleans without change. Bunscc personally
conducted tourirf. excursion througn sleeper
on this train every Saturday to San t ran
cisco without change.
40'i n ai Local ror Front Royal, Stras-
bufg anil Harrisonburg, dally, except Sun-
451 p. m- Dally, local ror Charlottca-
"O D m. Dallv, except Sunday. NEW
YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITKD. Pullman
Vcstibuled Sleeping Car-. Dining Cars.
Observation and Compartment Cars. New
Xork to Jacksonville and Stv Augustine.
Also Pullman sleeping Car New York to
Aiifriista with connection ror aikcii.
1043 nm -Dally, WASHINGTON ANT
BOUT1I WESTERN. VESTlRULliJ). Llif
1TLD composed of Pullman Voi.tibtdeU
eieeDers. dining cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New York to Nash-
vtilc. Tenn .via AsheviUe, KnoxviIIa
and Chattanooga: Now York to Tampa,
v"j Chirlotte, Columbia, Savannah and
Jacksonville, and New York to Mem
uhw. via iiirmingliam, New Sort to Xevr
Orleans, via Atlanta and Montgomery.
Vc&tlbuicd day coach V asbtngtou to AC
koro to Montgomery.
T AINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington otil a. m.
cany ana 4.45 p. m dally, except Sun
day, and 6:25 p. ta. aunday only ror
Kound Hill. 4 32 p m flail v. except Sun
day, for Leesburg. and 6:25 p. m. daily for
Herndon. lleturuing. arrive at ttasiuiig
ton 8:20 a. in and d.oo p. 111. daily, rroia
Kouna Hill and 7 G a. in. daily. cxcepC
Sunday, rrom Herndon, anu a-3-t a. ut.
daily except Sunday. Irom Leebiirg.
Through trains rrom tbe South arrive as
Washington 0 12 a. ni., 2-20 p. m., and
9:40 p in. datly, and 9:45" a. in. dally ex
cept .Monday Harrisonburg. 12:40 p.
in., and 9:40 p. m. dally, except Sunday,
end8 30 a. m , dally, from Charlottes villc.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation, and In
formation rarnlshed. at offices, 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenue .-mil at PennsyW
Taula Ruilroad Passenger station.
W. 1. UHKKN, beu. Sslipt.
J. Ji. I'CL.i'.'lratne iiunnjrer.
vv. A. Tuitii, Uen. iush. Ar" .
li.S. Drown, Gen. Agt. Vjlh jejfa