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THE MOKSUNG- TIMES, M&DAY, MARCH 2f 1897.
LOANS MA mi ON FirKNlTURK.
: no its ks. KTC.
Loans maao on Furniture, Pianos, Horses,
Wagons, etc, at lowest rates and Q"C?
possible time. Strictly conlidcntal. 1 lease
call before securing loans elsewhere.
"WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
oiu ' street, uuilm ituiu
5,000 to loan at G per cent; nw. proputj
first trust; give location, etc Address
NO AtfENTS, mis office. nih25-.Il-em
MO.NKi AT FIVE J'iiU Uiiirti -
To loan on Washington City ical estate.
HKISKKLL fc McLERAN.
1008 P st.nw. mh26tt
MONEY to Iiui lo policemen, letter car
riers and l.rivate parties; from 5 to
i?50. Call Room S. Central Building, 9th
and l"a. ave.; office open until p. m.
AiorLV to loan to Government employes,
school teachers. Mliceincn, letter-carriers
and private parties, from So to frioo,
on indorsed notes and other security, no
del:iv when security is satisfactory. Box
41. tins office. ii"i--i-c. ,
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE.
b, 5 1-2 and 0 per cent.
mh20-lm G ASCII BROS., l30fn w.
LOANS negotiated on stocks, bonds, old
line life policies, bank and syndicate
certificates, building and loan a&socia
tiou stock, warehouse receipts, etc.: no
delav. Apply to YERKES & BAKER.
Koom 42, 1110 F st. nw. tf
WE WANT 1.000 BORROWERS
Who desire Trom 50 t) 10,000 each
tn stocks, bonds, trusts, loan association
certificates, warehouse receipts and life
or tontine policies In old-line companies;
no delay; no chattel mortgage lakea
YERKES & BAKER.
40 to 40 Mclzerott lllilg.. 11 lu F at. nw.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Large kuiiuj at G anil 5 1-2 per cent on
D. C. real esuite: ?250, 5U0, 750, etc..
alC pi ceiA;nlltraiisacUous conduct edwitu
tcouumical consideration for noi-rowera
WM 11. taAl.'NUEKS & CO.,
nira 1-1 c7 F st. nw.
11 USES" ESS CHANCES.
A CHANCE of a lifetime; I have a
large, 30-room house, beautifully lur
nislied; every room Utkcn and many out
side table "boarders; responsibility too
great for me: will sell an Interest to an
active partner Tor 300. Address WINK,
this office. niliLG-J t
FOR SALE Finely located coal yard and
saw null; will be sold at one hair actual
cost; good reasons for selling. COAL, this
FOR SALE The New P. 0- Lunch Ibom:
ill liealtli and leaving city tame tf tell
ing: will ,ell cheap if solu at once; long
lejise. 121 G la. ave. uw. mh2G-3t
jfOlt SALE Furniture In a rooming-house;
exceneii. condition, iucuuuu v.:ni.,
everv iwiii occupied; rent only 40; bar
gain". BRADSUAW, 494 Louisiana ave.
FOR RENT-lG-rom house: lur.; rent,
45 a month: public dining room doing a
good business; price, 275; near II. & 0.
depot; at a sacrilice. 220 N. J. ave.
EXCEPTIONAL bargain in a grocery
store; good neighborhood, and Hue busi
ness lor amount invested, very best of.
reasons why orfered. BRADSUAW, 404
Louisiana ave. mli-o-jt.
SALOON, S2.S00 7th st. nw.; 0 rooms;
furnished: excellent fixtures; SoOO
Block: last year's sales, 10.700; lease cau
be had. BUSINESS EXCHANGE, 91o F.
GROCERY -732 Md. ave. nc., corner Sth,
000; rent, 25: including stable; old
stand; monthlv sales, 000: make offer.
.FULTON R. GORDON, Business Exchange,
BIS F. st. mh23-3t
EAM LAUNDRY, 1817 14th st. nw ; no
ca suitable olfer refused; terms easy;
iy oil tupped: could be moved. I'LL! ON
Ttli I v- mi!iitwi
It. GORDON, Business Exchange, 9 IS F.
"WANTED lor casli purchasers, gioceries.
saloons, livery stables, cigar stores,
barbershops, drugstores, feed stores, etc.;
no publicity. FULTON R. GORDON, Business
Exchange, 1) IS F. st. inli25-3t
350 cash Avill purchase select lunch
room; average business about 12; full
opportunity to Investigate; no triilers,
please. Apply to RICHARD I EVANS,
Attorncy-at-Law, 402 Gth st. nw.
"WANTED -Partner with from 500 to
1,000' lo invest in good reliable pay
ing business. Address KORItECT, this
FOR SALE Groccrv and meat rtore in
nw.. doing a cash business: average
sales, 450 a week. Address l. R-- tins
FOR SALE 100, cigar and newspaper
btore ou Pa. ave. liniuire 537 loth
Bt. nw. mh24-3t,em
POR SALE At auction. Saturday, March
27, at 10 o'clock. 237 Pa. ave. uw., 20,
000 cigar, tobaccos, pipes, eta; no re
FOR SALE Small hotel and bar; located
near Capitol; price, 4,000, cash; low
rem and long lease. Address J. A. lv.,this
"Jok sale Urocerv and provision store,
including stock and lixtures; doing cash
business; S200 will buy all. 300 G ht. sw.
FOR SALE Cigar, candy and news btore;
hiiie.i..n. lucaiiiiii. su anaiii-eu. out-half
rent returned. BRADSUAW, 494 La.
LUNCH RuOM Splcndhllocation:goodhusl-
ness; satisfactory reason given vjjiy '
reivd: rare chance" to right party. BRAD
SUAW, 404 La. ave. mli24-3t
FOR SALE-A milk route, cheap. For
particulars address C. C. F., this office.
FOR SALE Pool room outfit, coiibi&ting
of 2 taldes, chairs, cigar case, counter,
etc.; will sell all or any part of same; very
reasonable. Call 170S Pa. ave. nili24-3t
FOR SALE District Fruit Store, for cash.
4G0 La. ave. nw. inti20-7C
FOR SALE Cheap; small notion store,
block and fixtures 815 E. Cap. st.
LOST Small white fox terrier, with brown
spots top head; black spotover ear; chain
collar: name Bonnie. Liberal reward if re
turned to 401 Ii st. nw., or information
leading to its recovery. It-cm
LOST 25 reward for the return of black
Gordon setter: no questions asked; dog
ups tan-colored hair on lower part of
bead and lens: black curly hair on head,
out! long ears: large brown eyes. Return
to No. 1723 R. I. ave. mli24-3t,em
FOUND Chatelaine bag with small amount
or money; owner can have same by prov
ing pro perl v and paying for this notice.
1121 B st. tic. It-em
SITUATIONS AVAXT ED- FEMALE
WANTED By two girls, general house
work and chambermaid; city references.
102G 21st st. nw. mli2G-3t
"WANTED By white woman, placeas cook
or to do general work. 11128 X. H. Ave.
WANTED Washing and ironing done at
home for hotels, boarding-houses and
cafes. 721 3d st. sw. mh2G-3t
WANTED Place by young white girl as
child's nurse. Addiess MARY. 124
B ne. iii'lHL.
"WANTED Bv first-class while cook, place;
citv refs.; city or country. Call at 910
Dela'warc ave. nc. It-em
WANTED Place to do general housework
in small famtly by colored girl; go home
nights;gooa refs. 101 S O st. uw. It-em
WANTED-A place as chambermaid by
a colored girl from the country. 309 L
st. sw. 1 1
WANTED -By colored girl, place as cham
bermaid or to assist with housework;
or nursing. 1750 IC st. nw. It
"WANTED Book-sewing or folding. Ad
dress EXPERIENCED HAND.tlnsoffice.
"WANTED A voung lady desires a position
as companion to lady of refinement;
references exchanged. Addtess iliss F. T.
WANTED Situations by 2 girls; gen
eral housework and chambermaid; city
refs. 1702 1-2 10th st. nw. mli24-3tem
"WANTED A position by lady bookkeeper;
rers. Address MISS H., this office.
"WANTED Situation by experienced lady
stenographer and typewriter; refs. fur
nished. Address Box oG, this office.
DRESSMAKER would like a few more
engagements by the day; satisfaction
gimrunieeil. TAILOR, this orfice.
WANTED A. place as housemaid; willing
to leave city; best ref. 1241 oih st. nw.
SvANTE'D-AMdte"'boy Jo work in drug.
n store; good wages. 1 . 0- jjg
WANTED V voting man, experienced in
V4t cultinB. Call at IMG lOlli st. nw.
WANTED -2 experienced men to drum
Vo wholesale grocery; references , re-
qulrsrt. Call between 9:0 and 10:30 a.
I,", atS2G 7th st. uw., Room i. lt
ANTED-AVhite, single man, who can
milk and work around r'VlG
Quired. Apply to C. J. CUSACK-dlb
Ulianiplaln ave. nw. inht
WANTED-Boy for office; S2 per week.
Applvinownliaudwritiug. Address BOX,
tills office. J t'cm -
WANTED -A gootl man at tho KaUoiinl
Cigar Factor?. 1011 Pa. ave.; ?'?'
has trade. it-cm
"WA NTED An energetic man of education.
nbout B, with New York ""Sji'
salary 15 weekly; call Hiday at 10.30.
C. B. LIPSCOMB.JOOG F St. nw lt-em
WANTED-Aie you profftalily wjiployt-a?
If not and von are energetic and capable
call Room 3, 437 7th st. nw. iiiU-
WANTED-A large New York house il
ipiircs a coniiietcnt repiscntatijO; .Mate
experience. Address MANUl' AC nJRER.
WANTED Will rent part of shop to paint
er, plumber or tinner; good "lf;.
dress CARPENTER SHOP, tins olilce.
"WANTED-A settled old colored man to
work in barber shop and restaurant.
102 lnd. ave. nw. "'"r0--.'lL-
ami coatmaker at lb 14 ith at. n.
WANTED-A young "n to fcam frwco
and house painting: one with expertutco
preleired. Apply 1 308 OtU 8t.jijxiiiliJ4-.it
V7NTED Cooks, general iiouseworkcrs,
waltets, drivers, jwrters, cliainberu.alda
nurses, bo vs. rami hands, gardeners, laun
dresses, jaiiitors, watchmen, cngineers.rire
inen: quickest place to get work. tHAC
KLEFORD, 427 11th st. nw. mil 20-item
waiting; also laundress; refs. 150- H st.
WANTED -An elderly white woman, to
take care of two Mck children: wages J
per vcek.Apply625 Massjave. nc. it
WANTED White girl, 10 or 12; wages
small; good home with lanuly ou,
state pit v expected. 11. C. M., this office.
WANTED-Wliitc woman r housework,
colored chambermaid. 1 0- 1-- loth
St. uw. "i'Jr.0
WANTED-Two first-class waitresses.
Apply 1312 Pa. ave- nw. -..l'.v.T
VERNON LUNCH lUj, '"'---it
WANTED-Girl to liuish learning tailor
in g,jul03Qst. ... lc
WANTED Lady Canvassers for Hlehl's
New German High-Grade egetable Heal
ing Skin Soaps and Dandruff Cure -noli a n -btig;
purity guaranteed. E. BLEU U M.init-fac-lurer,
473 Mo. ave. mlu-G-3t
WANTED-White girl as nurse. Apply
021 Fla. ave. nw. inli20-3t
WANTED A competent yaisi and skirl.
hand: also an errand girl. Apply at
once, 1017 Conn, ave. i
NURSES DIRECTORY Skillful airl re-
lt.tble. Send postal to 1002 I st. nc,
MRS . MOORE. El!10'31-
WANTED An experienced waistband at
919 V St. ll .
WANTED A good tailoress on coats. E.
linRGANOO K. t.nv.,hOiittiside)fMt.
Vernon Square. mhJG-3t-cm
WANTED A while girl to t.tieml 1-year
clilll and assist in housework; German
jin-remed. Apply In first instance Room
35.500 7 til st.nw. iiia2-.lt-cm
WANTED Girl who undeisiands dtess-
lii.ikttnr; no cutting r ntiing; ."sG a week.
Aimiv i""'j 1 st.nw. lt-em
,v IMM.-M .i .nrL-mi- luiasokeener. Wliitc.
iiiiiiiediuiely; competent. Call between
12 nii'i 1 aud 4 and Gut 933 H st nw.
WANTED Six cooks, chambermaids and
general houscworkers; good lomt'- '.41
G st. i mlt25-.lt
WANTED A white girl as nurse and
chambermaid. Apply at 913 R. I. ave.;
call alter 1 o'clock. nrtiL4-3t
WANTED White woman Tor pie '?$'".
puddings, etc. Apply DICK'S AGENCl,
013 th" mli24-3t
WANTED A competent woman to assist
witii dressmaking: only first-class hands
need apply. Call 1100 ISth st. nw.
WANTED White cook, 18; housemaid
ami waltress,15;nurse for 4-year-old, and
sewing, S1G: German preferred: for family
or 3 Applv at DICK'S AGENCY. 013
7th st. Lj:3t
WANTED Woman to go to New Jersey;
fair pay. 1020 21 st st. nw. nih24-3t
SEND postal, get your servants. THE
LADIES" D. C. EXCHANGE. Room 4.
G31 F st. nw. mli23-Gt
HELP WANTED -MALE AND
WANTED A reliable, competent person,
man or woman, as ccok for honrding-
ltotisc. 114 Md- ave. ne. It
I SELECT vour help free or charge. Send
postal to "MRS. MOORE, 30G G st. nw.
WANTED Several good canvassers for
crayon and pastel portraits; liberal tenffy.
COSMOPOLITAN ART CO., 913 G st.nw.
SITUATIONS "WANTED "MALH.
WANTED Situation by first-class bar
ber. 402 C st- nw. it
WANTED -Position by first-class electrical
engineer; first-class license; thoroughly
understands dynamos; a thorough all-around
mechanic; can do any repairs in a building;
a goml machinist, steam fitter; best of
reference. Address ELECTRICAL EN
GINEER, this office. niH2u-3C
WANTED By a voungman fiom theccun
try, a place to" work; any kind. Call
401 A st. ne- mh2G-3t
WANTED Young man, aged 25, desires
position; was iccently in the ieal estate
aud insurance business for himself. Ad
dress A. C-, this oflice! It
WANTED Colored student will wait for
board in private family; good reference.
JOHN, this office. lt.
A FIRST-CLASS comet player wants a
siltintio'i to play in either a chinch cr an
orchestra; has 15 years' cxpeiicnre. Ad
dress W. P-. this oflicc. mh2G-3t
WANTED -Will give 100 to anyone
getting me a permanent position under
the Gov., paving 60 a month or more.
11. H., this office. It
WANTED A lirst-class jot) as waiter.
coachman or butler; can furnish rers.
2123 12th st.nw. iua25-3t-em
WANTED Place or any kind. Call or ad
dress U. BROOKS, 1G0S 11th st nw.
WANTED By 2 young men, places; ele
vator conductor, janitor, laborer In gro
cery store, waiter In hotel; first-class city
refs. 17021-2 10th st. nw. mli24-7t-em
WAKTiil) Situation as nurse to an lii-
alld gentleman, or valet; higher refs.
Address" J. A., this office. mli24-3t
WANTED Place as second baker by a
young white man. J. N., this office.
WANTED Place as waiter, butler or
coachman. Call at 1514 10th st. nw.
WANTED, By a young colored man, place
to clean and care for offices; city refeis
dices. 2128 10th st. nw. mh23-3t
JMH. A. TREGINJL.
Instruction given at residence of pupil.
Convenient hours. Terms, 2 per lesson.
Address A. TREGINA, 510 Sth St. se.
Mil. WILLIAM. WALJDECICEU
Will receive pupils in piano playing, be
ginners as well as advanced pupils; also
in organ playing and harmony. For
terms apply at music room, No. 213 E
st. nw. mh22-lm
A. V. HOLMES.
Mandolin, Banjo and Guitar. Special
instruction book, sheet music and 20 les
sons forSlu. Spring term, 20 lessons, 10.
Studio, Room3,934 F st. mh22-lm
FOR HIRE Full dress suits. 1 only.
JULIUS COHEN. 1104 7tU Bt. nw.
FOIt SALE OB HEST.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN.917 F St. Nw.,
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
1219 and 1222 Madison St. nw.,f h,
4 rms 'rii..
323 Piospect ave. nw., r Ii .T'.'.V..
345 and 353 22d st.nw. ,b h, una .400
2150 and 2152 D st. nw.,b It. Gihis'. 2,400
303 and 305 O st. alley nw., b h,
4 rms 2,200
3421 n st. nw.,r h, 4 mis " 10.u.
2113 and 2115D st.nw. ,b ii, BimF. 1,500
4 alley, bet 12th and 13th and T
andU sts..b h, 4 icoms -. 1,000
735 Q st. nw.,f h, 5inis 1,000
9 alley, bet N. Cap. and 1st, and 0
and P sts.,b h. 4 inis 800
THREE-STORV BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR 8ALE.
101 llthstne, b li, 1 5 rooms. 14,000
173G nuil 1742 F st nw, b h, it
1833 and 1839 Corcoran st, b h,
1531 l-ith stnw, b li, 8 nns
23U1 and23237th stnw. b li
824 13th stne, b h. G rms
GOG F stne, b ii, G nns
4t and 50 Mvrtle stne, b b. nns
and S4 Delrecii st, b h, 7 mis..
Whitney Close, f h. 8 nns
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY. FOR SALE
lvaioranta Heights O'l'JJH
South sideol M st. near lltli 4'9-Vw.
Alltrev HhIi-IiIk ot'll
Lots in scptare H77, se.
.... 2 00
... 1 25
Mjlss ave,, bet 1st aud 2d ne.
3d st, bet K a:
and L. sis no.
Lot u. square 590
Del ave, net B and (J sts sw...
Cor Gth ami H sts sw
713 12th st nw, 11 rms 550 50
220 1 St nw, 12 litis 40 O0
805 Gth stnw, 9 rms 25 G5
1004 Flanvenw.G rms 23 50
(521 C st sw, 0 rms 1530
22G1 Cleveland ave nw, G rms 14 00
SOS and SI O N 11 ave nw, G rms.... 12 50
3419 R st nw, G rms 12 50
21G lltli si s-.v, 4 rms 8 33
liisin-L' MMv,r nns s:u)
313 s C ave se, 4 rms 7 00
1210 Hlagdens alley nw, 4 rms 0 30
S0G si ne, 5 rms 7 00
1925 Temperance ave nw, 4 rms.... G 00
1145 23d st nw.3 rms G 00
STORES. OFFICES, ETO.
Str and divg, 1275 25H1 sen w, Grins.. 20 00
Strand lg,141G3d stnw, 4 rms... 14 00
Stable, reav 405 Cstsw 10 00
Stable, rear 508 121H stnw 9 00
1114 G stnw,3d-story front rm and
hall rrn 20 00
The above Is only a portion or the prop
erty on my books. For full list call at of
fice I'or bulletin issued ou the Island 15th.
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN.917 F ST. NW.
FOB IlKNT HOUSES.
FOR RENT o.,,,-
130G 21st st. nw., 12r, 2b $05.00
915 G st.nw., llr, a. m. 1 5R-00
2119 N st.nw., 1 Or, a. ml 50.00
1712 l Gili st. nw.. llr.m. i 4D-0
Gth and Tsts.. llr. 50x100 45.00
12th and Usls., I3r, a. in. i 40.00
U32 E st. nw., lOr, a. in. 1 35.50
2415 Pa. ave. nw., Sr 28.50
315 N. J. ave. se.. lOr, in. i 27.50
712 5th se.ne.,Sr,a. in. i 20.50
421 4th St. 83., Or., a. in. 1 25.00
32G T st.nw., llr. a. in. i 25.00
G40 .Morris 81. ne.. Or. a- in. 1 10.00
7th and Morris s.s.. Or. a. in. i 17.50
521 14th st. ne.. Gr. a in. 1 15.50
2 houses Mt. Pleasant withslaV. 1 lr a.m. J.
13357th st. nw.,storeanddvclling.40.00
R. S. DONALDSON,
mhlO-tt 520 loth st. nw.
FOR RUNT All or part or handsome fur.
9-room house; 5 bediooms; piano; large
yard; stable: good condition. H2i Gth
FOR RENT-SI 5.50, GOG lolh st. ne.. G
room press brick, bay window front, con
crete cellar; a. in. I.; one square from
lierdic car and school. F. J. D1EU
DONNE, Ohio Nat. Bank bldg. nili25-4t
FOR RENT-2504 Pa. ave.: 10-roo-n
modern Iious-. not and toid ivnu-i t.n
three rioors; rurnace, sneaking tubes, bay
window, etc.; rent reduced to good ten
FOR RENT Seven-room cottage, at Brook
laud; 2 Miourcs from cars; with bath,
cellar, and attic; lntrobe, runge; hot and
colli water. Inquire, J. I. H0LLIDGE,
care Saks A. Co. mli24-3t
FOR RENT-G rooms aud bath. !Go Gth
st. sw. IUh24-7t
FOR RENT 223 A st. se-, 10 rms. and
bath: large yard and stable; half square
frtmi Library: 45 per month; 1825 12th
st.nv..G nns. and bath; cellar, etc.; 22.81,
A. E. II. MIDDLETON, G03 l-ltn fcl. nw.
FOiTrEXT-Xo. 605 0 st. sw.,G rooms,
water and gas; newly papered; near 3
car lines; rent reduced to 15.30. J.
TI10S. WEST, 7 18 loth St. uw. :nh23-7t
FOR SALE- 7-roQin nnd attic house; largo
lot; 3314 17th st.; cheap. Apply .it above
number, Mt. Pleasant. mh25 Gt
FOR SALE 132 11th St. se., facing Pa.
ave., 8 rooms and bath; a. in. i.;
price reduced to 3.-50; worth 4,000;
only 2 blocks to Avenue cable cars; terms
easy. D. B. Gottwals, SU lltli st.. nw.
FOR SALE A beautiful new house; G
rooms and bath: south front; within one
square cable cars; price only 4,000; a
little casli and balance 10 tno.itlilv and In
terest, takes it tills week. JOHN F.
PARET, 1411 G st. nmlO-tf-cm
"WANTED Two looms, with board, on or
near E. Cap. st. or Md. ave. Address
M-US. S-, this office. It
WANTED By a young lady, one or two
furnished rooms, in nw., with privileges.
Address SENSIBLE, this office, mh2G-3t
WAN'l Ell By vomit; gentleman, room and
Hoard in nw.; private family preferred.
Address Box 30, this office. lt-em
WANTED By steady single gentleman, a
neatly fur. room in nw.; permanent if
suited; terms not to exceed 56. NORTH
WEST, this office. lt-em
WANTED-Young lady wouid like 1 or 2
fur. rooms, with privileges. Address IN
DEPENDENT, this office. mh24-3t
WANTED M1SCELLAN KU US.
WANTED Someoneto take lG-room house
on Capitol Hill; lent, 525"; party paying
12 Tor two rr.onis, desire to leinaiu. Box
S. E-, this office. It
WANTED Two sound horses; must be
cheap. Room 3,633 F st-nw. It
WANTED First-class amusement attrac
rtons for opera house in near-by city for
spring season: all letters anwsered. .MAN
AGER, this officii. nih25-3t
WANTED Carpets and mattings altered
aim lam uj ur&i-eiuas worKiiiaii. .nuuiuss
CARPETS, this office. nili24-3t-em
WANT Eli Second-hand wagon and har
ness; gtn;d condition and cheap. Address,
stating whew can be seen, FARMER, this
WANTED By responsible gentleman and
lady, the care of a house during the sum
mer, with privilege of using two or three
rooms. Address CARETAKER, this olfice.
WANTED Small house in nw.; must be
above 19th st. Address T. E. U.,this
WANTED Second-hand wheel in good con
dition, for casli. which must be cheap.
Box 100, tills office. nih24-3t
G21 II st. nw., Washington, D. a
WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS.
WANTED For cash, all kinds of old United
States postage nnd department stamps;
collections also bought. H. F. DUUK
HORST. 1005 7th st nw feO-tf
WANT ED FARMS.
WANTED To rent, not over 20 miles
from city, not less than 5 acres: not
over 2 miles from railroad. Address
FARMER, this office. mh25-3t
i'AiRFlELD, on Chevy Chaso Road A
delightrul cool place for the summer.; is
ncing enlarged and thoroughly renovated;
every convenience; accommodations first
class; one car rare; will open May 1.
For particulars apply W. W. WARFIELD,
Dalnes' Washington store, .corner Sth and
D and Pa. ave. se. mh24-3b
I'UH SALE 1IOHSKS & VKhUCLES.
FOU SALE On account or storage and
repairs, 2 daytons, 2 grocery, 1 coal or
express wagonr also several carriages,
buggies, coupes, and wagonettes; no reason
able orrer rerused. 927 D st. nw. 'Phone
TOB KENT BOOMS.
FOR RENT 905-Sth.sfc. nw., front rooms,
ou 1st and 2d lleofsjaall conveniences;
terms rcasouablo;'eir,fcars and Patent
Office. !?LL& !
t'OR RENT Furnished? rooms, with or
without board;, jrLJMt. Vernon .Lunch
loom, P312 Pa. aveiijw. mh2G-3t
FOR ItliNT 4
for 'Ri'lNTrarloxtbetlroom: heat, gas
up.l bath; cheapu.e,yeryiung lirst-class.
1G33 L stfnwr M ' M mlf26-3t
FOR, RENT -or Wlaxgc, unfur. rooms, on
2d and 3d floorsj fc light housekeeping;
4 2 and 10: 35 foi sjt. nw, It
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms; first-
cliiss board, 10 ilntl 18 per month."
725 ath8t.iie. ; mli2G-7t
FOR RENT 3 fur. rooms; 3d floor", light
housekeeping; 10. 125 C st. ne.
FOR RENT 1311 II Rt. nw., rooms, with
board; 1 per day; special rates to fami
lies and permanent guests. ma25-7teui
FOR RENT 3 large, unfur. rooms:
floor; suitable lor light housekeeping,
ipplratoace, GIG Est. nw. mh25-3t-em
floor: suitable lor light ik
AiinlvaLoivcB. GLO Est. nw. mh25-3t-em
FOR RENT 1 room', fur. or unfur.; ren
reasonable. lG12 8uiist.nw. mii25-3t-ei
...... .. ....... ., i,.,..wi - 777 J, r
FOR RENT Furnished rooms at 1.25,
1.50 and .?-'.50 per week. (511 D
st. nw. mli25-3t
FOR RENT 830 12th st. nw., parlor
bedroom for Si o; comer house. inh25-3t
FOR RENT Fur, large bay window fiont
room; batli on same floor; tenns 8 lier
month. 223 R st. ne. mh25-3t
FOR RENT-214 A st. se., three rooms,
furnished or unfurnished, singly or
together; hair square eust of Library.
I'-ou ka l Nicely furnished bay window
room on 1st rioor; one on 2d rioor front;
smaller rooms, 5; heat, bath and gas;
near cars. 201 D st. nw. inli25-7t
FOR RENT 018 N. 1. ave., nicely fur.
rooms. 1.50 and 2.50 per week.
FOR RENT Three tmrurnislied rooms, to
a family wittiout children. No. 1G00
Hth st. nw. mh25-3t
FOR RENT 517 E. Capitol -U 2d floor
uu . ui modern impioeme:its-mh25-3t
FOR RENT Furnished; .nice size room,
second Boor; soutli window; central:
private family; 0 month. 429 11th st.
FOR RENT Threelarceroom.s lorstorage,
at 3 each. 1011 E st., cor. Pa. ave.
and E st. se. mli24-3t,em
FOR RENT-Large ba'qk parlor and asmall
room, nicely lur., for light housekeeping;
water on the floor, iftiin. i.; 15; F st. cars
passthedoor. 1 20 C sl nw. '.-J5t
! orIient 908 12th st. nw.-Two beauti-
I til large rooms on 3d floor and 2 on 1st
ilnor, ror light housekeeping; very reason
LiolIT HOUSEKEIiPING-Two Juniished
rooms; heat, gas, hath; reasonable. 908
Va. ave. sw inii24-3D
FOR RENT-Three large rooms: second
floor, 12.50 per mo.ilh, at 300 loth
st. nw nih24-3t
FOR RENT 3 large roomsin pnvatehousc
in suburbs; mar electric cars; rent low
to desirable tenant. Box 80, this office
l'OR rent Nicely lur. or unrur. rooms;
terms icasonable. 720 lltli st. nw.
FOR RENT Nicely fqr. front rooms; south
ern exposure; cars uassuoor. 221 D st.
nw. Ml - I,iU'--i-:il -
FOR RENT 3 or-;4 tidyins, second floor;
terms moderate. i.i;.c st. ne. hiii-k
i.-nif kmnt ii fur. ru&ius: 1 double. 1
single, with or nviwwjiw i.oani. pnvuie
fiitntlv; gentlemen preferred. 1819 G st.
inv. " ' mti23-i c
FOR RENT Two handsomely furnished
parlors, suitable ror memoer oi ton
kicks, a!s,o two HiUuriiiBlied rooms, at 627
ji st. nw.; terms reasoiiable. iiiii2n-7t-fcm
FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms, for
light housekeeping; nil improvements.
119 Pa. ave. nw. innl9-7t-eni
FOR RENT Dusk room; including desk
and cnairs. Apply 1227 G bt. nw.
mh 14-1 mo
FOB Hi XT -FLATS.
FOR RENT A flat obthice rooms; mode
improvements; housekeeping. 14G U
st. se. r n.hLG-at
FOR 'RENT-At ttiobilii)s,'2lst and L
sts. nw., 3 rooms" 'and bath; newly pa
pered and decorated. Apply CIIARLEfa C.
i'RBSCOTT, 506 lltli St. nw.
FOR RENT-2-room flat; a. in. i.: 12.50;
2122 M st. mh25-3t-em
FOR RENT-At the Rollins, large store
Toom; cheap to good party. CHARLES
C. PRESCOTT, 50S llth St. nw.
FOR SALE-Just arrived one car load of
horses rrom Rappahannock county, va..
good workers and Hue drivers, and among
them are some fine saddlers; guaranteed
Virginia horses or money refunded; can ho
seen and Tor sale at P. DOUGHERTY'S
SALE STABLES, 208 lltli St. nw
ANY person living easu of 1st st. uw. who
sends a stamp to us will receive a beau
tiful souvenir march rree; arranged for the
piano; selling price was title. East ash
iugton Agency Fowler Bicycles, 339 Pa.
ave. se. -Expert repairing and Fowler
wheels for hire. mii25-2i-eni
DANCING Pupils desired by lady teach
ers; terms Si; any hour; G lessons o;
evening class 3; refs. Address QUICJv
METHOJD , tills orrice; meh25-7t,em
MMeTrETTA, medium for spirit messages;
siltings. 25c. 523 13th St. nw.
Expert Specialist In the cure of all forms of
private diseases. Stricture, Hydrocele and
Varicocele quickly cured. Diseases of the
blood, skin, bladder, kidneys and syph
ilitic diseases permanently cured. Mtal
powers restored. Consultation Iree.
Hours. 9 to 12, 2 to 5. Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday evenings. 7 to 8. No.
G02 F nw. Closed Sundays. mhl4-lmo
Clairvoyant. Tells your name, age and
just what you want to know; also tells
about business deals, love nffairs, family
troubles; reunites the separated; brings
quarrels all right; removes spells; causes
marriages anil gives good luck, etc.; always
at home; fee, 20c., 50c. andl, 925 11 nw.
i!ME. FRANCIS removes spells, evil influ
ences; reunites separated; gives luck to
all; 25c aud 50c; hours 9 too. 302 East
Capitol st. mli23-7t
NOW that the warm weather is coming
and you will want a new suit, you
would be greatly pleased and surprised
to see the fine custom made suits, slightly
worn, at very low figures. JUSTII'S OLD
STAND, G19 D St. nw. mh23-7t
GYPSY QUEEN Fortune teller; ladies,
50c; gentlemen, 1 (no sign). Removed
to 1212 II st.nw. mhl9-7t-em
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
906 F STREET S". W.
Gold fillings and bridge work a spe
cialty, at the lowest price; amalgam idl
ings, 50c; lull sets or,, teeth on plates i?5;
extracting;, either by gas or local spray,
absolutely painless, 50c; without, 25c; all
work done by experts and guaranteed tho
best; open ou Sundays from 10 to 3
o'clock. ' mh22-tf
LADIES needing confidential treatment,
a sure and safe relief in all woman's
complaints and Irregularities. Gold medal
awarded for the science of obstetrics from
tho University of Munich. Bavaria. Strict
ly confidential MRS. DR. HENNER, No.
8 7th st, no., near East Capitol at, Wash
ingtoc, D. u.
NO CUBE, NO FAY.
No. 019 Pa. Avo. N W., Washington, D. C,
Speciallstm chronlb and private diseases.
Piles, Stricture, Hydrocele. Oout, Catarrh.
Dyspepsia, Blood Poision oured, vitality.re
ctored. Consultation free and confidential to
Doth sexes. Daily, u to 12, J' to 0.
OUR greatest medium and spiritual moth
er, JDR. MAE GORDON, tells you Oil
things and prescribes a proper remedy for
your troubles; consult thts Kitted lady be
roraitis too late. Now at 62t 13th st .ntr.
MME. THEOi MEDIUM.
Scientific palmist and card reader: know
your fate and fortune; open dally. German
cpokon. 20c and 500. 929 H st. nw
Every day in the year for Fortress
Monroe. Norfolk, Newport News and
all points South by the superb, w-
crrul steel' palace steamers "New-
port News," "Norfolk" and "Wash
ington," oa the following schedule.
Lv. l'ortsin'th. "t'O pm
Lr. Wasu'gton 7:09 pin
Lv. Alexandria 7:30 pin
Ar. Ft. Monroe OiWani
Ev. Norfolk... u:iu inn
Lv. Ft-Muiiruo 7: 0 pm
. 4 inn.i., iMril mil
-r. -Norfolk... 7:10 am
.... iiuijuik,,, ,;)u .uu l.t. AlOiuu .. - ;
Ar. ForUiu'tU. 8:00 sin Ar. Wash'gton 0: 0 am
visllors U) Chatnberlln's new nowsi,
"The Hygeia." and Virginia Reach
will find this the most attractive
route, insuring a comfortable night's
Enrgo 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 arrord.
Tickets on sale at U. S. Expesa
orfice, 817 PenusylvaiilisftveniielBlH,
019, 1421 Pennsylvania avenue; B.
H. O. ticket orfice, coiner 15th street
anil Now York avenue, and on board
6teamers, where time table, map, etc,
can also be had.
Any other information desired will
be furnished ou apnlication to the un-
dersigned at the crjiimany's wlrarf.
root of 7th St.. Washington, D. C.
Telephone No. 750.
JNO. CALLAHAN, General Manager.
Tomb of "Washington.
Dally (except Sunday), at 10 i
rnriit-nliu. witl link fItV fit
.xuiiiiiif, uiv.ll en. ''' -V r:nr
p. in. FARE, ROUND TRir. BOo.
Admission tc grounds, 2oC. t
OA'l CAKE ON THE STJSAaili".. t-1"'
v.Mth iMount Vernon admission couV".i
for sale at wiiarf and at hotels vw
also make river landings as far ar'y
mout, slopping for Height and l'n-ss.enei.ra
loth ways. For chatters, etc., apply at
offices of steamer Macalester.
E. E. JiLAKE. Captain.
FOR SALE The bestunu mosceconomical
reingerator is Moxley's iniproywl Dry
erator is Moxley's improved ury
.iiigerator; your ice lasts io"ger;
od Is kept p'.re and fresh. 1HE J.
xleyW box and fixture
your food Is k
CO., factory rear of
il-1. iilO, .10 OIU ou.
l'OR SALE Show cases, wall and counter
cases. II. U HEMl'LliR, Opthian, cpr.
Oth at. and Fa. ave. nw. mhJO-bt
FOR SALE -Presses; 8x12 Gordon, 6x10
Prouty. HAY WORTH PUBLISHING
HOUSE, 615 F. st. it
FOR SALE- 515 casli will liny nu organ;
in good condition. Fiease call at UI l-
TAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO., 602 F
St. nw it
FOR SALE A good strong delivery wagon;
suitable for a grocery or bread wagon;
in rirsl-class condition; will sell cheap or
cash. Apply FRANK DE LANE, Del
Ray .Ya.Alexajidriii Cik lt
FOR SALE-A very handsome Victoria,
made bv Kllllam & Co.; latest style Can
be seen n't B. F. McCAULLY'H Tally-Ho
Stables, O st., bet. Oth aud 10th sts. nw.
FOR SALK-Cheap; circling counter and
case. 218 4 1-2 st.nw. mh25-3t-em
FOR SALE One iceman's scales, 400
lbs.; one Iceman's scales, oO lbs.; one
pick; four steel tongs; the entire utile
for SO. 018 It st- sw. inh2o-bt
FOR HALE Cheap Combination safe;
price. Si 5. Apply Boom 456. Central
Power Station. mh25-3t
FOB SALE-2 safes; one large, one small;
good as uew.cheap; or trade. J. H.COX,
s. w. cor. llth and T sts. nw. mb25-3t
FOR SALE-Splendid organ: S25 cash.
1433 P st. n w. inh24-3t,eiu
FOKbALt, I' -ii vmall UlliK cm lor wagnll.
Inquire at 2207I Etjjiw. ina2t-.3t.ern
Y0T3. SALE Hair-bred hunterT splendid"
driver and saddle mare; a years old;
sound and gentle. Address S. W T-,
this office. inh-'4-3t
FOR SALE -Cheap; counter, shelves and
an 8-rt. showcase. Apply 404 Sth st. ne.
FOR SALE Fainilv and transient hotel,
near B. Ac O. depot; a bargain if told at
once. 220 N.J.nvo. nili23-3t-ern
FOR SALE One boiler aiat enrine for
hoistiug; will sell cheap. 1044 12th st-
FOR SAL !: 2 shepherd dogs; cheap. 1304
L st. nw. nia23-3t-cm
FOR SALE -Three or four heavy draft
horses; coal yard. 500 C st. ne.
FOR BALB-Ulieup. a. No. Remmcton
typewriter, in excellent condition, a. E.
M.. this office. mh23-3t
FOR SALli-Stelnway piano; Due lone,
etc.: also a handsome walnutfolding-bed,
with French plate mirror Trent: great bar
gains. 1200 U st. nw. mh23-3t
FOR SALK-100.000 Palmetto Asparagus
noocs; ouu. wi -yy- v .-. !V
THOMAS BEALE, Brightwood, D. C.
FOR SALE -All kinds o'f fruit and orna
mental trees, vegetable plants; whole
sale and retail", stand at Center Market,
cor Oth nnd B sts. nw.; Tuesdays, Thurs
days, and Saturdays; L. 0. MUfsSON.
FOB SALK-Woven-wire springs, SI ; hair
mattresses, ?5: hair mattresses remade,
S" SMITH A BACON, Mrrs.. 1223 7th St.
FOR HALE-HORSES AND VEHICLES
a J) Uouck, 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
ment or double hack aud coupe harness;
100 government saddles. mhlO-lm
FOR SALE Pure bred B. P. Kock, S. L.
"Wvandotte and "White Leghorn eggs,
SI tier setting. E- A. "WARDWELL,
urnnchvllle , Md. nichlb-7t,em
FOR SALE Feed-water heater, smoke
stack (30 inches diameter, i0 feet high),
water-tube boiler (80 horse power), and
two power tianKmltters; all in.first.-clas3
condition", no reasonable offer refused.
Ai) ly to G. C. THOMPSON. Chief Engineer
Purity Ice Co., Armory place, near 5th
andL sts. nw. fe25-tf
FORRE7lT"cmSALE 123-acrefarm and
all implements; 10-iocm house; plenty of
fruit and grape vineyard", 10 miles from
city. Inquire of OWNER. 1231 Md. ave.
FOR RENT At II erndon, Va., within 60
rods of station, new 10-room house, with
0 acres of land, or less; fruit; spring; run
ning stream through place: a bargain;
terms to suit. TOM, this office. It
FOR RENT At Kensington, ild., beautiful
7-room cottage, with an acre of ground;
shade and fruit; in perfect condition. Ad
dress Mrs. J. C. DAVIS, Box 13, Kensing
ton. Md. nill25-t-eni
FOR RENT or sale, desirable suburban
houses, on Met. Branch B. & O.: bath,
range, furnace, stable; convenient to sta
tion. JOHN T. KNOTT. 818 F St.
FOR SAt.E SUBTJKBAX.
FOR SALE A five-room cottage, at
Brooklatid: near the station; only $1,200;
terms to suit the purchaser. GRACE M.
THOMAS, 100 Corcoran Building.
FOR SALE At Brookland.a well-located
lot, only 5650: 7-rcom house. 52,500;
easy terms. GRACE M. THOMAS, 100
Corcoran Building. mh26-3t
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE Sacrifice for casli: lot on oth
st. nw., bet. P and Q sts., 20.6x100 to
wide alley; price, SI, 500. GASCii JJR0S.,'
1307 F st. mh2r.-:;t-em'
FOIt SALE OR EXCHANGE.
WILL EXCHANGE a magic lantern and
outrit, consisting of screen 18x20 feet;
a series of Bible scenes, a set of the prin
cipal battles of the civil war, a set of tho
World's Fair, a set of the Johnstown flood,
and about 1 dozen and a half of movable
comics, suitable for exhibiting in churches,
halls, etc., for a first-class bicycle, in
No. 1 condition. Call after 5 p. m. at
111 Harrison st., Anacostia. ma2I-3t,em
FOR SALE BICTCLES.
FOR SALE Cheap, for cash, 1 lady's and
1 gent's bicycle: excellent condition. Ad
dress 575, tulsoffico. mh24-3t
FOR SALE Brand new high-grade wheel;
Avin sell for 505 cash; party leaving city.
Call 246 Del. ave. ne. mch23-3t,cm
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13th St.&Pa. Ave.
ror Alexandria, 0:40, 7:00, 7:30, ex.:
"8:00. 8:30, ex.; "0:00, 0:50, ''10:05, ex.;
'11:00, 11:45 a. in.. 12;00, ex.; 12:30.
'1:15. 1:45, 2:05. ex.; 2:40. 'o.O, 4:00
ex.: ".1:15, ex.: 4:40, "5:00. 5:20. ex.:
5:40, "6:05, ex.; 0:20, 700. '3.00, 9:00,
10:00, wll:20, 11:59 p. m.
"Dally. Ho express Sundays.
For Mount Vernon, Riverside and war
stations. "0:40, 10. Ou a. in., 12:05, 2:05,
"4:15 p. in.
"Dally, extra Sunday ac 11 a. in.
For Arlington, hourly from 8 a. m. to
8 p. m. JaG-tf.em
OLD POINT COMFORT
"Without Chnime of Cars.
SI HOURS FROM WASHINGTON.
VIA PENNSYLVANIA. R. F. & V. AND
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAYS
Schedule in effect Febrnarv Si. 1807
WASHINGTON & OLD POINT SPECIAL.
4 at p. in. Tuesday. Thursdays and Satur
Solid res! Ibulctf. electric-lighted, steanv
neated train, with combination conch parlor
car, dinmgcaraiidobservationear t hrough
withuut change. Arrives Richmond 7:45
p. m. Old Point. 9:50 p. tn.
10:57 a. m. dally except Sunday. Par
lor air "Washington to Kicnnioml and Rich
mond to Old Point. Arrive Richmond 2-45
p. m. Old Point. 0:30 p. m. Transfer at
Tickets ana reservations at offices Penn
sylvania R. R., 15th and O sts.. und at sta
tion. Full information at u. & O. ticteS
II. w .FULLER. General PassengerAgent
DEPbT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,
"Washington, D. C, March 6, 1807.
Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be
received here until 12 o'clock M., MON
DAY, APRIL 20, 1807, and then opened,
ror furnishing during fiscal year ending
June 30, 1808, such ruel and mineral lamp
oil as may be required, information fur
nished on application. United States re
serves right to accept or reject any or all
pioposals, or any part ttiereor. Envelopes
containing proposals should be marked
"Proposals ror Fuel (or Oil),' and ad
dressed MAJOR U. F. HUMPHREY, Depot
Q. M. mli26-6t
M ISCELL AN'EOTJS
WANTED HIGHEST CASE PRIC1S PAID
FOR OLD OOLD AND SILVER
SMALLEST AND LARGES1 AMOUNT
bought; old and new jewelry, watches,
epoons, dentist gold,
MU1 1 LATE D COINS. TEETH PLATES.
And PLAT IN I'M FERD. LOE WENSTE1.V.
Uold and Silver Refiner, and Buyer of Old
uoll and Silver. 1 U ss'f. Nfl".. OPP.
PATENT OFFICE. fe-tf.lyr
THE HERNDON CAFE, 1235 N. Y. ave.
nw., turnishes first-class board, at S12
ami SID per month; also desiranie rooms at
reasonable rates. mh26-7t
BUST 10c and 15c meals in city. MONK,
031 E st. nw. mh25-7t
WANTED Lady desii in g position in Ccn
gresiunal Library; will pay S100 cash
to anyone securing her emplovment there
in, and one-third of each month's salary
as long as letalned. Address CONGRES
SIONAL," this office. iiil.25-3t
OR SALE $15 will buy a large ice
box. Apply 1715 Fla. ave. ma2n.-3t-em
TO SELL OUT your business quick go
to BRADSHA W. in I La. ave. nili-4-..i.
WALL PAPERS Rooms papered in blank
paper. S2; in gold. S2.5U: work satis
factory. C. WILSON SPEAKE, No. 500
bth st. se.
1 HAVE 4,000 cigars If you have unj tiling
totrade. AddressL-.thisoflice. mh23-0t
NO CHARGE Tor consultation. II. V.
GORDON, Attorney, 918 F st. nw.. Room
WALL PAPER If you want your rooms
papered cheap, all the paper will cost
is 15 cents piece, on the wall. 0. C.
SILENCE, 217 G st. ne. inh21 7t
L. H.llOPKINS will remove rrom 33
F st. nw. to his new store. 610 9th st.
nw. mh 20 Ot.em
"Hit. McKEEH AN Diseases 01 men. 71C
12tust.nw. Consultation free. 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' cnst-oir clothing: diop pos
tal. SAUL BROS.. 023 D st. nw. Jal5-3mo
PRINTING Busines cards 75a per 1,000;
otlier printing equally as cheap; maga
zines bound for 50c; miscellaneous books
re-Uiimd". paper ruling, etc. u. r.. WIL
LIAMS, G15 7th 6t. nw. fe6-tf.em
Should be read daily by all Interested,
changes may occur at any time.
Foreign mails for the week ending March
27 close p'omptlj at this ofiice.as loiiows:
FRIDAY -(d) At 0: 20 a. m.for Cape Col
ony and Natal, per s. s. Caspian, fromNew
York. Letters must be directed "Per
Caspian." (b) At 6:10 p. in. for France.
Switzerland. Italy. Spain, Portugal. Tur
key, Egypt and British India, per s. s. La
Champagne, rrom New York via Havre.
Letters for other parts of Europe must be
oriected "Per La Champagne." (c)At
10:55 p. m. for Netherlands direct, per
s. s. Veendam. from New York via Rot
terdam. Letters must be directed "Per
Veendam." ic.At 10:55 p.m. for Genoa,
per s. s. Kaiser Welhelm II. from New
York. Letters must be directed "Per
Kaiser Wllhelm II." (c)At 10:55 p. m. for
Europe, per s. s. Campania. from New
York via QtieenHtown. (c)At 10.55 p.m.
for Norway direct, per h. s. Hekla, from
New York. Letters nitist be directed "Per
-PRINTED MATTER, ETC. German
steamers sailing from icv,' York on Tues
days, Th ursdays and Saturdays take printed
matter, etc., ror Germany, and specially
addressed printed matter, etc., for other
parts or Lurope.
The White star Steamers, sailing from
New York on Wednesdays, take specially
addressed printed matter, etc., for iSurope.
The American, Canard and French line
steamers take printed .matter, etc., for
all countries ror which they are advertised
to carry mall.
Mulls for Sotitn nnd Central Amer
ica, west mates, ate.
FRIDAY (c) At 10:55 p. m., for Lee
ward and wmuwaru lstanus. per s. s. '
Tretoria, from New York. Letters for
Grenada, Trjnidad and Tobago must be
directed "Per Pretoria." (ci At 10:55
p. in., for Jeremie, Jacmel and Aux-Caycs,
per s. s. Atho3, from New York. Letters
for Belize, Puerto Cnrtez anil Guatemala
must be directed "Per Athos." (c) At
10.55 p. m., for Campeche, Chlpas, Ta
basco and Yucatan, per s. s. Segiirancn,
from New York. Letters for other parts
of Mexico must be directed "Per Segur
anca." SATURP-A Y-(d) At 12:05 p. m., for
Newfoundland, pur steamer from Halifax.
SUNDAY, "Sth (f) At 3:50 a. in., for
Nnsstiu, N. P-. per steamer from Miami,
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to Hall
fax and thence via steamer, close here
dallv, except Sunday, at 12:05 p. m., and
on Sunday only at 11:35 a. m. (d)
Aiails for Mlquelon, by rail to Boston, and
thence via steamer, close here daily at
3:U0 p. m. (a)
Mails for Cuba (except those for Santiago
de Cuba, which will be forwarded via New
York up to and including the 10:55 p. m.
closing Wednesday), closes here dally at 3
p. in., for forwarding via steamers sailing
Mondavs and Thursdays from Port Tampa,
Mails for Mexico City, overland, unless
specially addressed Tordispatch via steamer,
close here dally at 7:10 a. m. Id).
Malls for China, Japan, ana Hawaii, per
s. s. Coptic, from San Francisco, close
here dailv up to 0:30 p. m.. March 20.fd)
Malls for Australia (except those for
West Aiistifii'u, vl mi ai' lorivuMi.ni ia
Europe), New Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji and
Samoan Islands, per s. s. Mariposa, trom
San Francisco, close here daily up to 6:30
p. m.. March 27. (d)
Mails for Australia (except West Aus
tralia), Hawaii and Fiji islands (spe
cially addressed only), per s. s. Warrimoo,
from Vancouver close here daily up to G:30
p. 111., April 1, after 0 30 p .in., March 27.
Mails ror Hawaii, per s .s- Australia,
from San Francisco, ilnse, here daily up
to 6:30 p. m., April 1-1.
x 4 row T
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS are forwarded
to the port or sailing daily, and tho
schedule ot closings is arranged ou the
presumption of their uninterrupted over
(a) Itcgistcred mall closes at 10 a. m.
(b) Registered mail closes at 1 p. m.
(c) Registered mall closes at S p. m.
(l Registered mail closes at G p. m.
(r) Registered mall closes at 1 d. m.
Wednesdays aiyl Saturdays.
(f) Registered mail closes at 1 p. m.
(g) registered mail closes at 0 p. m.
1 JAMES 1' WILLETT. Postmaster.
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
7'n,ifi1' WeelC luy8-l'lTTSBURO EX
PRLSS Parlor and Dining Cars, Harris,
burg to Pittsburg.
10.50 A M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED
f7bserm,Mn SIeel)lnS' Dining, Smoking and
10iVi' A1- KAiiT LINE-Puihnan Burrcl
tl fioiiT J 1'arrlsburg. Buffet Parlor
Vrlr,..J?rrtsUure to Pittsburg.
t ' ' M t'HICAGO AND ST. LOUI3
Express-Pullman Bnrret Parlor car
i rrlsburg. Sleeping Car "Washington
I?..-?1:.1'0013' ana Sleeping and Dining
nn,rV.,.arr,,"')ur to st- ouis, Cincinnati
mnn'i:- TERN EXPRESS-Puli-in.?
h'W Car te fittsbtirg. Chicago,
f'nl. i7,?bur to Cleveland. Dining
Car to Chicago.
i.f,Vi,;V S"1'HWESTERN EXPRESS
17,,,UV n 'et-plng Cars Washington to
1 Utatjurg ana Harrlsburg to St." Louia
and Louisville (via Cincinnati). Dining
10mV., 'M-. ''ACIKIC EXPRESS-PuU--L"l?.i,-,1tecP,nS'Or
t'Lj' -" 'c-rune. Cananuaiirua, Knchei
ter, and Niagara rails uaiiy, except
10.50 A. M. ror Elmlra and Kenovo daily,
except Sunday. For Lock Haven weeK
i'lJ'ii Una wll,ia,lwPrJ Sundays. 3:40
7J, P; it- ror Wllliamsport. iucl:ester,
Buiralo and Niagara Falls dallr, except
Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washington
,.F,;?V;sl,.e.nsion Bn-, via uurraio. "
io.io l . M for Erie. Canandaigua, Roches
ter. Burralo, and Niagara FalU daily,
b.veplng Car Washington to KImtra.
Jfor 1'Hiiadeipniu, New YorX, ana
4.00 l'. ju. "CO.NURLSSIONAL. LIM
ITED,' daily, all Parlor Cars, with Din
ing Car from Baltimore. Regular at 7.00
(Dining Car), 8.00, 0.00, 10.00 (Dining
, Car), and 11.00 (Dining Car from Wil
mington. A. M., 12.45, 3.15, 4.20, tf 60,
10.00 and 11.35 v.M. On Sunday. 7.00
(Dining Car). S.00, 0.00, 11.00 (Dinina
Car from "Wilmlngtoui A.M., 12.15,3.16.
4.o, o.oO.io.oo and n.:i5 i. m. For
Philadelphia only. Fast Express, 7.50 A.
M. week days. Express 12.15 P.
Al. week days, JJ.Ol and G.40 J'. M.
daliy. For Boston, without change,
7.5P A. M. week days, and 3.15 P. M.
For Atlantic City (via Delaware River
Bridge, all-rail route), 3.15 p. m. dally.
For Baltimore. 0.25. 7.00. 7.50. 8.00. U.OU.
lo.oo, 10.50, il.oo and 11.50 a m.
12.15, 12.45,2.01.3.15.3.40 (4.00 lim
ited). 4.20, 4.30. 5 40, 0.15, 0.50, 7.10,
1J.'J, J.1.'. ll.iO illHl ll.'IO p. m.
1. m. dallr. exrent Sun.ln.v
For Annapolis, 7.00, 0.00 a. m., 12.15
and 4 20 p. m. dally, except Sunday.
Sundays 9.00 a. uu fc-d 4 20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line Florida Special'
for Jacksonville and St. Augustine,
10.48 p. m. week days. Lr press for
Florida and points on Atlantic Coast
Line. 4.30 a. rr., 3.46 p. rn. dallv;
.Richmond" only, 10.57 a. m. week days;
Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Sea
board Air Line, 4.40 p. in. daily. Ac
comni'Klation for Quantico, 7.45 a. m.
nnd 4.25 p. in. weekday.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and O
streets, and at the station. Sixch and B
streets, where orders cau be lert for check
ing or baggage to destination rrom hotels
S. M. PREVOST, General Manager.
J. R. WOOD. General I'assengt-r Agent.
j l RAIUIOAIX
Bchedule in errect February 21, 1897.
Leave Washington from station, corner or
New Jersey avenue and 0 Bttcet.
For Chicago ami Nort'iwest, vestibuled
Limited trains, 10:00, 11:45 . na.. 8:08
t Express, 11:45 a. m. Vestlfauled Lirultei
8:40 p. m., express 11:25 p. m.
For Pittsburg und Cleveland, expresa
aily, 10:00 a. m. and 8:50 p. m.
1 For Toledo and Detroit, 11.25 p. m.,
1 For Winchester and way statiuna. i0 a.
o. 15:30 p. ru.
For New Orleans. Memphis, Birmingham,
Chattanooga. Knoxvlllo, Bristol and
Eoanoke, 5:00 p. in. dally; Sleeping Car
1 For Liiray. 3:40 p. m. dally.
For Baltimore, week days, 5.00, 6.30i,
7.05. X7.10. X8-00, 8.30, X9.30, xlO.OO.
3.20. X4.30, 4.35, X5.U5, Xu.lO, X5.30,
2C8.20, 6.30, xS.OO, 8.15, X9.20, 11.15,
Xll.no p.m.. and X12.01 night. Sundays,
XT.03. X7.10, S.30. xO.OO a. m., Xl2:08,
X12.40. l.OO, X3.00, 3.20. 4.30, X5.0o!
X5.10, 6.30, xS.OO. X9.20. 11.15. xll.50,
p. m.. X12.01 night.
For Annapolis. .10 and S30 a. m.. 1 2:10
(uid 4.30 p. m.; Sundays. 8:30 a. m.. 4'.33
For Frederick, week days, 7:35, 11.43
a. m., 4.30, 5.30 p.m. Sundays, 1:15 p.m.
For Hagerstown. 110.00 a. m. and :5.30
For Boyd and war points, week days.
T.35 a. in.. 4.30. 5.30. 7.0o p. m. Sun
days, 1.15. 7.05 p. m.
For Galthersburg and way points, week
davs, 7.35. 9.00 a. m.. 12.50, 3.15. 4.S0,
4 33, 5.30. 7.05, 11.40 p. m. Sundays.
U.OO a. tn., 1.15, 4.33, 1.05. 1C.15 p. 111
For Washmgt. injunction and wav points,
7.35 a. m.. 4.30. 5.30 p. m. week days.
1.15 p. m. Sundays.
Boyal Blue Line for New York
i anil rhllndelphla.
I AH trains Illuminated with Plntsch light.
For Philadelphia. New York. Boston, and
the East, week daj9. 8.00. ( 10.00 a. m.
1 Dining Car). 12.00, (12.40 DinlngCnr ).3.00
(5.05 Diuing Car 1.12.01 night: sleeping car
Open 10 o'clock. Additional train tot
Philadelphia. week days, 7.05 a. m., daily,
8.00 p. m-
Buf f etParlor Cars on all day trains.
For Atlantic City, 10.00 a. in., 12.00
noon, and 12.40 p. m. week days, 12.40
n. nu Sundays.
For Cape May. 12 noon.
JExcept Sunday. xExpress trains.
Bacgage cnlleii for and checked from
hotels" and residences by Union Transfer
Co. on ore'ers left at ticket offices. 619
Pennsylvania avenue nw.. New York:
avenue and Fifteenth street, and at depots
Wil M. GREEN. CHAS. 0. SCULL,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt
(Schedule In errect January 18. 1897.)
All trains arrive and leavo Pennsylvania
8 a m. Dally, local ror Danville. Char
lotte and way sUitlcns connects at Manas
,ai for Strasburg. Harrisonburg, and
wav htations daily, except Sunday, i.nd
Tt Lynchmirg with the Norfolk and WesC
5rn Sally and with the Chesapeake nnd
Ohio! daffy. for tne uturul brl,,e aiia
''iwrlm.-Dany.tho UNITED STATE3
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman Buffet
KhVeuers New l'ork and Washington to
jBdSoSraie. unlUng at Salisbury wlttf
ViiHrnan Sleeper ror Asheville and Hos
Hurimra N. C, Knoxville and Chattanooga,
Term and at Charlotte with Pullman
Sleeper Tor Augusta; Pullman Buffet Sleep
er New York to New Orleans, connecting
lit. Atlanta for Birmingham and Mem
Jilus Soil I wain WaMUnstnn to New-
Orleans without cliange. SunsccpersonaHj
conducted tourist excursion througn sleeper
on this train every Saturday to San run
riKrn without change.
4-01 Din Local ror Front Royal, Stras
hurg aud Harrisonburg, dally, except Sur
461 p- m Dally, local Tor Ctarlottcs-
"b d m. Dallv, except Sunday. NEW
TfORK AND FLORIDA LIMITED. Pullman
Vestibuled Sleeping Cars. Dining Cars.
Observation and Compartment Cars, New
lork to Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
Ao i-ulli..an sleeping Car New York to
Aiieusta Willi connection Tor Aiken.
lS 43 P m-Dally, WASHINT.TOH AND
SOLTUVVESTERN. VESTIBULE). LIMr
1TED. composed of Pullman Vc;tibuled
sleepers, dining cars and day coaches,
viitiman sleepers New lork to Nash
illlD Tenn, via Asheviae. Knoxvllla
nnd Chattanooga; New York to Tampa,
vf c.,"?r("eV Columbia, Savannah and
JneksonvUle, and New York to Mem
nhwfrjwrnineh.in. New York to New
Orleans, via Atlanta and Montgomery,
vestibuled dav coach Washington to At
lanta. Southern Railway dinlngcar. Ureens-
INOASiNGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION leavo Washington U:U1. a. in.
cany ano 4:45 p. - ""ally, except Sun
day and 6:25 p. rn. Sunday only ror
Round Hill: 4-J2 p. m. daily, exct-pt Sun
day, for Lccsburg, and6:2o p. 111. dally for
Herndon. Returning, anive at Wasning
ton S:2G a. in. and 3;0O p. u. dally, rrom
Round Hill and 7:06 a. 111. daily, except
Bunday, trom Herndon. and S:34 a. rn.
daily except Sunday, rrom Leesburg.
Through trains from the South arrive all
Washington 6:42 a, m., 2:20 p. m., and
0:4O i m. dally, and 9:45 a. 111. daily ex
cept Monday. Harrisonburg. 12.4t p.
m., and 9:40 p. m. daily, except Sunday,
and 8 30 a. n.., laily. rrom Charlottesville.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation, and in
formation infuishcd at offices, 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenue andatl'enosyl
Yania Railroad Passenger Station.
W. 11. GHEE, uen. sapt.
' J. M. C'.ULl. "irainc lunnser.
' vv. A. TutUi, Gen. Pass. Aj;ent.
' JL. S. Hrowii. Uen. Act. 1'ass. Leps
J Momlug and Sunday Times 35e. a mouth.
uoun.tay, i .uu, n.uu, u.oo, 0.05, 10.50;
11.00 a.m., 12. 16,1.15. 2.01,3.15, 3.40,
14.00 limited;, 4.i!0, 5.40, 6.15, 0.50.
7.10. 10.0(1 111 .1(1 .iml 11 :ir, n rr.
s i r.i.If l.tnt. T Till arti A iCl