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THE MORNING TIMES, MONDAY, APIUX. 5; 189T.
MOyiCT WANTED AND TO LO.Vy.
LOANS negotiated on stocks, bonds, old
line lire policies, bank and syndicate
certificates, building and loan assocla
tlon Block, warehouse receipts, etc.: no
delay. Apply -to YERKES & BAKER,
Room 42, 11 10 F Bt. uw. CT
MONEY TO LOAN from 55 to $50, to
reliauie parties. J. H. BURNS, ltootn 8
Central bldg., 9th and Pa. ave. np4-7t
loaxs made ox vunxmritH.
I houses, etc.
Loans made on Furniture, Pianos, Horses.
Wagons, etc., at lowest rates and quickest
possible rime. Strictly confidential. Please
call before securing loans clBewhere.
"WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
lilU F street northwest.
AIONEY. TO LOAN
la large and small sums, at 5 per cent;
M. M. l'AUK.EU.41 S F st. nw.
MONET TO LOAN at 5 and G per cent;
security, real estate In District or Co
lumbia; no delay beyond an inspection of
property and examination or title. WAL
TER 11. ACKER, 704 14th St. iny. mh28-tf
MOMii. AT FIVE PEK CENT.
To loan on Washington City leal ebtatc
No del a j'.
HKIBKELL .t AlcLERAN.
; 1098 F st.nw. nih2Gtf
LOANS ON HEAL ESTATE.
- t), 5 1-1! aud li per cent.
mb20-lm GaSCH BROS., 1307 F st. aw.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Large minis at 5 and C 1-2 per cent on
D. C. rviil vh ate; K250, JfOOO, 750. etc..
at 6 per eei,t;aJlt.iansactions conducted wita
tcouomica: consideration for borrowers
Wil U- ciAUNDEKS & CO..
runs 14irr F st. inr.
WANT EDA rstciasswa iter ( colored)
at Swum's Dining Rooms, 149 B t. se.
WANTED -Two carpanters, white or col
ored: also gardener; call early. 1 1 U- w
10th bt. nw. apo-dt
"WANTED A first-class union barber at
J.T. SIMMS, 211G Ta. av. It
WANTED to know the address of a young
colored man named Robert Dorsey, who
ouce worked for Gutckunst, confectioner,
14th st. uw., and at another time for the
MarUnud Biscuit Company. Address
lMPUvTAXTJ ins office. apJt
7f ANTED Cigar salesman, -well acquaint
ed iu city, for box trade. Address n-
GARS. this office. JIP1,,
"WANTED 5 coat makers, first-class; 3
buslielmen; 2 boys, experienced on coats
prerenal. J. FRED GATC11EL. 004 Ltth
WANTED A bov, 15 to 17, with .some
knowledge or photography: one tlesirous
or 'learning the busluchs. call at -101
WANTED Pn rt ner in printing office; good
solicitor; not afraid of work; must be
sober and reliable, B. L. 1IAS. 441 G
WANTED Solicitors for Industrial Fire
insurance. Apply in basement, 90.G
Bt. nw. mhJl-it
TI IV. -I ' VTA T ED FEMALE
WANTED A neat.rcfined, white children'
nurse. 230 0 st. nw. It
"WANTED -Two ladies of genteel appear
ance, fur collectors: best or reis. re
quired. CUBAN COMMITTEE, 9 10 Fa, ave,
WANTED Neat colored girl about 16.
Call at 243 3d fit, sw. It
WANTED -Immediately, experienced skirt
hand. Apply before 10 or after 5
o'clock, VICTOR MYNSBRIDUE, Ladies'
Tailor. 1316 G st. nw. ap5-3t
WANTED A good kitchen hand,
from 9 t 11. at 417 6th si. nw.
WANTED Six cooks; chambermaids, and
general houseworkcrs; steady work. 441
G Bt. apo-3t
WANTED Two German or English girls;
one as cook .other as chambermaid; two
in family. 614 13th scn. It
WANTED Expericncctl white nurse for
child: English or German preferred.
614 13th St. nw. It
"WANTED Wnite girl with some exjte-
rience as nurse for child. 614 13th st.
WANTED Colored woman as nurse for
infant; must have experience. 614 13th
St. ,nw.- It
RELIABLE servants furnished Tree; send
postal. CAPITAL BUREtVU, 441 G st.
"WANTED Young girls, neat sewers, for
dressmaking: apply before 10 or after
5 only. 1316 G st. nw. ap4-2t
WANTED -Young man to solicit milk
trade: experienced one only. G. W. J.,
this ofnee. api-3t
WANTED A young white girl, to take
care of two children. Call l.-etween 4 and
7 p. m.. 625 Mass. ave. ne. np4-3t
WANTED Settled woman tor general
housework In suburban home: small
ramtlv. Apply at 610 11th st. nw., 2d
lloor.'rrom i to 4. ap3-3t
IIELP AVANTED-MALE AND
"WANTED Partv, either sex. with snoo
to Invest in a new, profitable business:
no evjic-riMce necessary. Address GOOD
THING, tills office. ap5-3t
WANTED Cooks, general house wortcrs,
waiters, drivers, porters, chambermaids
nurses, bovs, faim hands, gardeners, laun
dresses, janitors, watchmen, engineers, fire
men; quickest place to get work. SIIACK
LEFOliD, 427 11th st,nw. ap3-7t-em
SrTCA TIONS VTAXTED MALE.
WANTED A place as driver for doctor.or
am- other work; 1 am willing to work.
1130 16th st. nw. ap4-3t
"WANTED Place by colored man, aged
22, as"pfarter iu store. L. A. M., this
AVANTED Situation as city salesman,
collector or assistant bookkeeper; can
deposit S50 cash as security. Address
HUSTLER, this office. ap3-3tem
WANTED Position by a first-class bar
tender; single; 5 yeare experience; no
objection to country. Address G. B. P.,
tins office. ap3-3t
WANTED Bycolored man, place as trucker
or larmer; or good hostler; jeferences.
V. GAINES, this office. np3-3t
WANTED By young man, 26 years old,
white, place as dnver: Trull acquainted
"With city. x.,io. ao ss st. nw.
"WAN'l ED By a coloied man, situation as
butler in private family; refs. Call No.
1023 L st. ap3-3t
AVANTED Competent pension clerk de
ires permanent engagement: references
furnished as to character and abilttv.
SENTOSIN, this office. aplMit
SITI 'A T IONS XVTKI) F 12I ALE.
WANTED -By . two colored girls, cham-
berwork or general housework. 441
G st. apl-3t
Wr ANTED By a respectable widow, a po
sition as cashier or some liglit work in
a btore. Address A. E. L. KEESE, Colum
bia Law building, 5th st. uw. ap4-3t
WAITED Laundry work at home, by a
first-class washer aud ironeiv Call, 234
O st. nw. ap4-3t
WANTED Respectable young white girl
wishes place as child's nurse; good refs.
Address E. L . L. , this office. aji3-3t-em
WANTED Washing and ironing to take
homo; can give good refs. Call at No. 2
Milligc place mv., bet- 13th and 14th, M
und N sts. ap3-3tcm
WANTED Place in small family to do
general housework. 1011 3d st. nw.
WANTED By a reliable -woman, general
liousework or chamber work: city refer
ences. 2300 14th st. nw. ap3-3t
WANTED By two colored sisters, places
as cook and chambermaid; first-class
rers. 1321 L St. nw. ap3-3t
WANTED By respectable colored "woman,
place uh chambermaid, or to do boiise-
work: without -washing. 1526 3d st.
"'ANTED By a colored woman, liouse-
".n, uchiuk,ui orKorany Kind, away
rom lioiiip Sn. tt -ut c rW: -j .j J
from home. No. 77 M st. sw.
WANTED BltuaUon by colored woman:
JK;!lerul..,,iiJI,t?,w,rU: K00d washer ana
ironer. mat, 'ist st. nw. ap2-3t-em
WAN'I'ED Colored woman wants General
,4l?Yf'lF,ij; rers. rrom last place.
170J 1-2 loth Et. nw. an2-Ht-oin
WANTED Agent, to sell lots ln a sub
division within tie District; terms easy;
good chance for an experienced canvassing
assiira.' &z "' .-sssEr i
"-"v, ou.a.iy hi u iivu man. .tiuurcss
WANTED Furnished room, I'd floor, and
board, iu strictly private family; north
ern part or city preierred; young folks no
objection. Address, stating location and
terms; must be moderate. SINGLE GEN
TL EM AN. tilts office np4r3t
WANTED Two unfurnished rooms: not
over 5510 i:er mouth: E to P, Gth to Oth
8ts. UW. PERMANENT, this oflice.
- y;ia--MJSCKLLAA EOUS.
WANTED Two cultured women desire
care of furnished home; can give proofs
as to social standing and reliability. "OLD
WAS1IINGTONIANS,' this office. ap4-3t
WANTED Uptight piano in exchange for
building lot on electtic line, where lots
are enhancing in value. OWNER, Room 2,
918 F st. api-3t
WANTED-Bv lady with lilghest rcrs.,
charge of house for summer months where
servant is retained: will take charge of.
correspondence or business if desired. Ad
dress it. G. It., this office. npl-3C
WANTED -To buy cigar store for cash;
centrally located. Apply 1339 "W tt. nw.
WANTED Dresses to make, S5 up: Easter
gown at. snort notice: bicycle suits
specialty; perfect Jit guaranteed; Paugh
inan's dress cutler, $B. MADAM HYATT,
908 N. V. ave. ap3-15t
WANTED To buy a first-class grocery; no
objection to size or stock. Address F. E.
W., this ofnee. ap3-3t
WANTED To buy a milk route: state size
aud price. VALLEY., this olflce.
WANT ED rOSTAG E STAMFS.
WANTED For cash, all kinds or old United
Suites postage and department stamps;
collections also bought. H. F. DUNK
HORS'l. 1005 7th j,t nw . leb-tf
021 II st. nw., Washington. D. Cv
"WANT KD- LOT.
WANTED -One or two lots at Colonial
Beach: cheap forcash. COLONIAL, this
$50.00 REWARD wiirbe paid for a pet
Gordon setter: black and tan color, if
it-turned to 1723 Rhode Island ave., or
for information that will lead to his ;
covery; no arrests or complaints will be
made or questions asked. apS-3t,em
LOST Wednesday night, gold seal ring:
double seal; bloodstone; inscription '.-i.
M. O. Ann Cottle" and date of death: S5
reward. Return to T. B. HUYCK, 1505
Pa. ave. uw.
FOR RENT SUUT7RBAN-.
FOR RENT Pleasantly situated cottage.
or part oi cottage; low rent. Aooresr
WLETT, 3d and U sts. ue., Eckingtou,
FOR RENT-'9-room cottage at Woodslde,
on Met. Branch B. &. O. It. It.; furnace;
hot and cold Water; large lot; l mile rrom
electric caw; S20 per mo. Dl'LANY,
.FLEMING & LEE, 1320 F st. mh27-tr
HOARD AXD ROOM.
WAITED Room and board, Tor two, Coii-
dutt Hoad, near race tract. Address C.
BATEMAN, 1304- L st. nw. aj)2-3t-em
FOR SALE Lunch room. Pa. ave.; splendid
location; price $200; cheap rciit. HRAD
SIIAW, 494 La. avo. apl-3t
FOIt SALE Confectionery store, with com
plete set or tools; only those meaning
business need answer. Call or "address
1312 7th fit. uw. ap4-3t
FOK SALE Feed store; 51,400; central
nw. location; stand 10 years old: low
rent; monthly sales, S1.000 to S2.000:
owner leaving cilj-. FULTON R. GOHDON,
Business Exchange, 918 F st. nw. ap-l-3t
FOK SALE Steam yacht; S1.500; one
third cash; 50 feet loug: speed, 10 miles
an liour;fullv equipped. FULTON It. GOR
DON. Business Exchange, 918 F st. nw.
FOK SALE Saloon; S1.000; No. 1250
11th st. se.; 8 rooms; rent. 27.50;
daily sales aiiout S14: make offer. BUSI
NESS EXCHANGE, 91S F st.nw. au4-3t
FOIt RALE -Grocerv; old-established staud.
Apply 17 12th st. ne. ap4-3t
FOIt SALE-At sacrifice, grocery and fix
tures; also large ice box; near school; have
other business. 426 K st. ne. ap3-3t-em
I WILL pav $30 cash and So per month as
long as retained to anv one Who will
procure me a situation that will pav S60
per mouth. Address EXPERIENCE', this
F'Gll SALE Grocery at inventory; near
Lincoln I'ark. 230 lltli st. se.
FOR SALE Entire contents or lunch
room; Nos. 523 and 525 10th st. nw.;
will be sold at auction Tuesday. April
o, av j. ociocK a. m. apa-3t
corner property; S3, 000 cash required.
100 Mass. ave. ne. ap3-3t
F"t)K SALE Clicap: confectionery, bakerv,
and ice cream saloon; good location.
BAKERY, this office. ap3-3t
FOR SALE Half Interest in centrally lo
cated grocery; price S300: or will sell
entire store owing to aisagreement between
partners. GROCERY this orfice.
FOR SALE Cheap, a bakery and confec
tionery. ADAM WENZEL, 314 East Cap
itol st. op2-3t-em
WANTED HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID
FOR OLD GOLD AND SILVER
SMALLEST AND LARGEST AMOUNT
bouglit; old aud new Jewelry, watches,
spoous, dentist gold,
MUTILATED COINS. TEETU PLATES.
Gold and Silver Eefiner, and Buyer of Old
Gold and Silver, S15 G ST. NW., OPP.
PATENT OFFICE. fe-tf,lyr
SPOT CASH paid at once for any store or
stock of merchandise. Call or address
B. FOIIS, Howard House. ap3-Gt,ei
COAL AND COKE-Reduced, at dump, 3d
aud K. sts. se, Send postal. GOD
ririlOLSTERING Mattress making done
at your residence; rirst-class work done;
drop wstal. H . RIENBERG , 1000 23d st.
PIANO TUNING, SLDO-They all need it
in the spring. Drop postal. JAMES
R. DURITi, 305 12th st- se. mli31-Gt
is. L. HAYS, cheapest printer in Wash
ington, removed to 441 G st. uw. See
him about your printing. "Work de
livered wlien promised." nih27-lmo
THE PURE DAIR1 LUNCH, 036 u st. n w.
The best lunches In tho city. Cofree a
1 WONDER who pays tne lilglicM. prices
for gents', cast-off clothing; diop pos-
tal. SAUL BROS.. 923 list, nw. Jal5-3rao
PItlNTING Business cards 75c per 1,000;
other printing equally as cheap; maga
ziuus bound Tor 50c; miscellaneous booKs
re-bound; paper ruling, etc G. is. WIL
L1AMS. G15 7th st-nw. feO-tf.em
FOR SALTS LOTS.
FOR SALE 2 lots on Tenleytown electric
road, near Bethesda. Address M. B. 0
this office. ap3-3t-era
VUH SAJK liOItSES SS VJiAUCLES.
FOR SALE One spring platform wagon,
almost new; S20. one coal orand cart,
$15; one new cart harness, $5. 401 N. J.
av. nw. ao4-3t
FOR SALE Sash door rockaway, canopy
top surrey; second-hand phaeton; side-bar
buggy; light wagon; English dog cart.
WJ.uin.rt-vi.rj HU1UI.U, .1. jl. utc, net. ritn
aud 5th sts. nw.
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, 2 surries, 2
grocery "wagons, 2 daytons, X light panel,
and other carriages and buggies at gieat
bargains; also horse, trap, and harness
927 H st. nw. reia-tr
FOR HIRE At prices to suit the times,
horses, carriages, and wagons; all styles;
also board horses by the day, week, or
month. WASIUNGTONLIVERY, WAGON
AND HARNESS CO., 927 D Et-nw.
FOR HIKE To drummers and business
men, horse and buggy or Dayton, $1.50
arae - " g15 jffiSa
.' J111 uu.i. Appiy to tne Jtiiji.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
lOR KENT-808 Gth st. nw. Nice, com
fortabie fur. rooms; with or without
bonru; transients accommodated. ap5-3t
FOR KENT Furnished rooms, with gas
."""Steam, heat; $6 per month and up.
414 Gth st. nw. it
0 LET 3 fur. rooms; 1 block from Cap
itol; S15. 157 Carroll st. se. npl-3t
1-0 It ItENT Fur. or tinfur., parlors suit
able for business purposes; terms mod
crate. 714r 11th st. nw. apO-3C
1 OR KENT Second-story frontroom, nicely
furnished; suitable Tor l or 2 gentlemen;
with or without board; references: no other
roomers. 1818 4th St., LeDrolt Park.
i OR RENT Large and small rooms, f ur-
inched or unfurnlslied; all fr.-jnt; with
board, iu pleasant corner house. Sill H
st- tiw. ap4.-3t,
FOR KENT-3 unfiirn. nns. on 2d floor;
light housekeeping; all mod. imps.: on
car line. 225 D st. nw. ap4-3t
10R ItENT Two nice rooms, on parlor
floor; partly furnished; suitable for
"Raj-, housekeeping ; very reasonable. No.
10 N st. nw. apl-3fc
F9?oU,-N"1'Two InrK rooms, parlor flat,
S12; or 3 for 915. G13 3d ne.ap4-3t
FOR RENT-Unfurnished, on 2d floor, 2
cheerful front rooms; u. in. i.; each room
'J?i '-.WF luIS closets, liglit housekeeping.
803 9tli st. my. ap4-3t
JUV RENT First and second fleers; near
14th st. cars; bath, light, and heat. 1343
Corcoran st. ap4-3t
I'OR RENT One or two nlcclv fur. rcouis
vv-itli heat. gas. and bntli. Call or ad-
di ess. 19 14 Pa . ave. nw.: 2d flat. ap4-3t
FOR KENT-Thrce furnished rooms; light
housekeeping; $10. 125C st. ne. ap4-3t
FOR RENT-Fur. or unfur.
325 Mo. ave. uw.
FOR KENT naiulsomelv fur. -or unfur.
riKjins; cheap; light housekeeping; also
sutble and storage room. 1 126 Gth st. nw.
FOR ItENT Three unfurnished-rooms on
-it iioor. with oath; suitable for light
housekeeping. Apply j"o. 7 K t. mv.
FOR RENT-Three furnished rooms: sei
arate; cheap. 604 lOthst. mr. mh30-7t
FOR RENT Fur. room, with closet-"luva-lory;
1st floor; fine new house; a. tn. I.;
funiistiings new; private family; references
CKrtiaiiipI OWNER, 221 E st. nw.
housekeeping; corner house; 100 Mass.
$12.50: :i rooms
rooms first floor.
2d iioor sio. No.
1003 N. Carolina aye. se.
F'OK RENT Kooms, lur. or unfur., single
or en suite, with or Witiiouviioard: iialf
Kijunre irom i'a. ave..
Libtary. 220 3d.st. sc
one square from
people would like to really knoivwliere they
can get the best results for the money they
spend in what are known as "WANT" ad
vertisements. "YVe think avo can. prove to
the in that
is twice as good as the STAJR for the inpiiey
spent and three times as good as THE l?OST.
Here is one case: A lady put a "Want" ul. iu
the "Star" and paid $1.C0 lor it. She did
not receive a single answer. She put tho
same ad. in THE TIMES and got nine an
swerSt The cost was 3o cents. In fins, case
each answer cost her cents. In thenar's
case she paid $1.50 and got nothing.
FOIt H 1-yT ROOMS.
FOlTltENT-Fur. rooms; , 2d floor: two
large aud one small; with or without
board; modern improvements. 220 C
FOR KENT Two rooms, with sink, 1st
floor ; single or en suite; moderate. 2140
i'a. ave. nw. ap3-3C
FOR RENT Large frontroom, with board;
2or 3: near Pension Orfice. 521 3dst. uw.
FOR ItENT 2 or 3 urtfur. rooms for light
housekeeping. 421 Muss. ave. nw.
F'OR ItENT Three unrtiru. rooms: house
keeping; S7 in advance. 21 Myrtle st.
FOR KENT Two nicely rurnlshed front
rooms, with rirst-class board; second and
third rioors; southern exposure: locatioris
A-ery desirable; rates reasonable. Apply
23 10 Pa. ave. nw. apr2-3tem
FOR ItENT Fur. or unrur. rooms: modern
improvements: en suite or single; 2d
and 3d floors. 800 Oth st.nw. mh31-6t,em
FOR ItENT Furnished or unfurnished
rooms, with or without board, at very
reasonable rates. 2207 L st. nw.
-Desk room; including desk
Apply 1227 G st. nw.
FOR KENT Single rooms; rurnlshed; SI,
SI. 25 week; board, S3.50. 17 E st. uw.
F-UltNlSllED or unfurnished rooms, for
li"ht housekeeping; all improvements.
11a Pa. ave. nw. pllLiC?ai
FOR-R'ENT Back parlor, one room"oii
second floor: choice location; near parh.s.
FOR KENT-Cnpitol Hill, opposite Library,
single and together: coot and clean; witu
the owner; uo children. ap3-4t-em
FOR RENT-At 930 K St. nw, 3 very
pleasant, rooms; nicely lur.; 1 a ball
room; all modern conveniences. apd-3t,em
F-dR"KENT-72 M 6t. nw., 2 or 3 fur.
or tinliir. rooms, on 2d floor; heat, gas,
and bath; cheap. ap3-3t,em
FOR KENT Large oflice rooms 911 main"
G17 E st. uw. ap3-Jt,em
F'OR JtENT Delightful summer rooms;
every convenience for housekeeping; use
of piano. 1320 Rlggs Bt. ap3-3t-em
F'OR RENT 2 large Tooms over store;
suitable for light housekeeping. Cor.
Gth and A sts, se. ap3-3t-cm
FOR RENT 3 fur. or unfur. rooms on 2d
floor; a. m. i. Apply No. S17 N. Cap.
st.; light housekeeping allowed. ap3-3t-cm
FOlt KENT 2 rurnlshed rooms, with board;
second iioor; board S4. per week. 124
11th st. se. pr3-3tem
FOR RENT iWell-furnlshcd back room;
2d floor; 1.75 week. 415 G st. uw.
FOR RENT 3. nice rooms at 223 lstnw.;
furnished or unfurnished; no children; on
2d floor; in a family of 2. ap3-3t-em
FOR KENT Large unfur. front room and
two smaller rooms; very pleasant. 61D
A st. ne. it p 3-3 1, em
FOR RENT Pleasant front rooms; prices
reasonable. Apply to 821 otii st. nw.
FOR RENT 1014 10th st. nw., furnished
room, fourth story; also others.
FOR SxVLE FARMS.
F'OR BALE 5-room house, "and barn; fruit
well; outbuildings; 8 acres of land; 1 1-2
miles from licrndon, Va; ror SB00. at once
E. G. FHOCTOH, Herndon, Va.
FOR SAX.lt MlSCELTiAIv'EOTJS;
FOR SALE We arc showing a very large
assortment of Moxley's improved Dry
Air ice Boxes; the best aud most econom
ical for hotels, butchers and erocers. THE
J.T. MOXLEYJICJB BOX AND FIXTURE,
uo., ractory rear oiaii, aio, zia hcu
st. ne. mhSB-tr
"Woven Wire Springs $1.00
Hair Mattresses $5.00
Folding Beds $0.50
Hair Muttresses remade . . . .- $L00
SMITH & BACON, Mfrs.,
ap4-7t 123 7th nw.
FOR SALE Hloyclo, In good condition;
cheap. 001 N. Y. ave. nw. It
FOR SALE One 20-fcot counter, one 10
foot counter, 4r oak tables, 1 1-ii doz.
chairs, G stools, 1 cigar case, 1 ice box,
dishes and cooking utensils, 1 gas stove,
No. 140G Pa-, ave. mv. ap4-3t
FOR HALE Finn China crepe shawl.
Inciuire 1320 14th , St. nw. apl-3t
FOR SALE Fine) delivery wagon, I
and harness; cheap. G05 K. I. ave.
FOIt SALE 1-V.X tcrricta; cheap; well bred
and marked; all ages.1 3225 O st apl-3t
FOR SALE Flat top orfice desk, S5.
1245 7th st. nw. apl-3t
FOR SALE Hammond typewriter; In use
six months; 3 type-wheels; $50. Ad
dress M. B. O., this office. ap3-3t-em
FOR SALE 1 large Icebox for sale cheap:
S2G ir sold at once. ICan bo seen at 3d
and M sts. sw. a p33t
FOR SALE Handsome walnut folding bed
with French pla"t,e mrror; bargain. 101
Carroll Bt. se. ap3-3t
FOR SALE Cheap; a new soda fountain:
latest Improvements. FOUNTAIN, this
FOR SALE Remington typewriter, $40;
fine condition: would lent lor Stt.ftO per
month. F. W. G., this orfice. ap3-at
FOR SALE Pawn ticket for diamond
rmg..)awneu ror 310l. Address D. It.,
tins orhec. ap3-3t
FOR HALE One boiler and eTiglne; up
right; all combined; have no use for It;
sell cheap. No. 1644 12th st. ne.
FOR SALE Fresh milk goat and kids.
Call 819 13th st. ilcj ap2-3tem
FOR SALE-Eggs for hatching, B. P. Rocks
(Orrocco Ktratii):' S. C. W. Leghoius
(Wvekort strain), 91 per setting; $5 per
100". E. A. WARD WELL, BranchvJlIe,
FOR SALE Two good milch cows; one
Durham; one Jersey. 3510 Brightwood
Poll SALE UOHSEH AND VEHICLES
S. 1). Uouck, 301 10th st. nw.; large
assortment of new and secoud-huud double
and single harness, .100 bets or govern
ment wagon Harness: also a large assort
ment or double hack and coupe harness;
100 government saddles. inhlU-lm
FOIt SAL E MTSCKLL ANEOFS.
FOR SALE rhe fixtures of a drug store;
white and gold; also a first-rate soda
rountam, in good order: for sale very
cheap. Apply DRUG FIXTURES , this of
I-OK SALE teed-water heater, smoke
black (30 inches diameter. 70 feet high),
water-tube boiler (bo horse power), and
two power transmitters: all in first-clasa
condition; no reaeouublu offer reused.
Apply to G. C. THOMPSON. Chief Engineer
Purity Ice Co., Armory place, near 5th
aud L sts. nw. fe2o-tr
SOMERSET BEACH for summer homes
and investment; bathing, fishing, crab
bing, Salt water; free from malaria and
typhoid; to be well improved: 45 miles
irom Washington; S5 per month; Colonial
Leach property for sale and rent. G23 F
st. nw. apri-7t
FOR SALE BICYCLES.
FOR SALE Bicycles Dealers and riders,
attention; unredeemed bicycles at one
thira value; Columbias, Syracuses, Pacers,
i-i J? cr5. SpaWInjrs, .Marches, World's.
,.?' 'WFa8' "'' other prominent
.!?..' for ladies, gentlemen and children;
new and second-hand sundries and parts;
salesrooms open evenings; wealso exchange
?-r, bli-yiKllt- NBW Y0RK CYCLE
CO., 433 Oth st. nw. opi-3t
1c,L, $ u,Sh- ade bicycle: origiual
5100; In use six months: 540. Ad
. E. C, this office. ap3-3t-em
MR. WILLIAM! WALDECKER,
(Graduate ot the Leipzig Itoyal Conserva
tory of. ilusic.)
S7.ncc,ve n,uI,lls In Piano playing, be
ff; "SSL08 YcX as advanced pupils; also
fii organ playing and harmony. ' For
terms apply at uauslo room, No. 213 E
st- "" mil 22-1 m
sT,BIi9P.8A1PH- dictation. PROF. E
X. .U.ViMNA. WlmrtilmiP-hRlu 1.1PK tt
1. . . -o , '" CIY
Mlt. A. TREGLN'A
Inth.n,. , INSTRUMENTATION.
r.i?.?trVct,.on Klvcn ftfc residence of pupil.
EM e?L !&!&& Tcrins. S2 per lessSn.'
i5ZC """i U1U ol" st. so.
A. V. HOLMES.
nw'l1?1 .n nntl Guitar. Special
ISn rf.Vc9rJ02k',all!et muMc anl ko les
sons ror S15. Spring term, 20 lessons, SIO
1004 E, Or., m. I
925 1-2 F, Or., in.-1...'
1320 Union, Or ...C"...i.....
308 M, 4r
004 h, 4r v..; :..
454 Locust. 9ii!isK!31 "iJb'Jrty st t?
white or colored; S7.50 to $9.00 mo : ot'iii-r
lPMirnlili iminerr.tr Enn'r.hii'-t- rJ Y "rl
uj.i ist, or.
IIAK tr I lift ,,v. .niifr . r.n..-l. ... ,...- .
J. HARRISON JOHNSON & SON, 30(5 7th
BC- sY- ap3-3t
FOR RENT -40 5 and 407 3dst7sw Ri-
room brick, water; in splendid coiid'rirm-
to desirable colored tenants; $13.50 .ni,'
Apply 942 K. St., nw, apl-trem
I tnuutuu luiivivt ftu llljll w l-Nli inr i.,...-
nuu KENT Sevep-rcom cottage, at BrookT
land; 2 squares -front' cars; with bath
cellar, and attic:. 1 at robe, ranjre: hat. an A
liliiu uiei. iiiiiiuiv . i. tlULiLiTnCi-V. I
care Saks & Co.
"" 1 u
FOR SALE HOUSES.
A Rare Chance.
Pretty, new, two-story, bay-window
houses, buff and red press-brick ftonta,
stone trimmings, six rooms, bath and pan
try, china closets, tiled hearths, electric
bells and gas lighting attachments, best
Wide Concrete Street,
one square from Md. ave., select neigh
borhood, near cars and public school,
$150 cash; balanco in small monthly
notes. 137 u 1373 Emerson st. ne.,
bet. E and F, 13th and 14th sts: open ror
inspection. Apply GEORGE P. NEW
TON, Owner, Room 23, 802 F st. nw.
FOIt SALE-320 8th st. ne.,ncw, 6-room
brick; side alley and all improvements:
very desirable for a home: easy terms and
balance in five years. W. E. WRIGHT,
owner, CIO E at. nw. ap4-3t
FOR SALE 627, 629 and 631 14th st.ne.;
new 6-room bathand cellar houses;a.m.l.;
deepy yard to 10-ft. alley; price, $2,800.
D. B. G0TTWALS.811 11th nw. ap-i-3t
l'OR SALE A beautiful new house; 0
rooms and bath; south front; within one
square cable cars; price only S4.000; a
little cash and balance SIO monthly and in
terest, takes It this week. JOHN F.
PAHET, 1411 G st.. malO-tf-em
FOR SALE OH ItENT.
HEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN.017 F St- Nw.
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
1210 and 1222 Madison st. nw.,fh.
4 rms ?2,600
W'A P'OKuect ave. uw.,r h 2,500
345 and 353 22d st.nw., b h, Orma 2,400
i1?:H0.aa(1 "152Dst.nv.-.,b b. 61ms. H2,400
JOa and 305 o st. alley nw., b h,
4 rmti 2,200
3421 N Bt. nw., r h, 4 inia 1,000
21 13 and 2liolbt.nw.,b li, Dims. 1,500
4 alley, bet 12th and 13th and T
andU stfi.,b h, 4 rcoms 1,000
.235 Q st. nw.,r h, 5 ims l.ooo
0 alley, bet N. Cap. and Ut, and O
and P sts., b h, 4 ims uo
THREE -STORY. BRICK AND FItAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
101 lltlistne, b t, 15 rooms $14,000
173U anil 1742 F st nw, b h, 10
133 and 1830 Corcoran st. b b.
w rooms H.500
1531 14th stnw. b h, ti rms
.2321 and23237th stuw, b h
B24 13th Gtne,. b h. 6 rms
000 F' st ne. b b, 6 nns
ib and CO Alyrtie stne, b li. o rms
oc ,mu o-iueireea st, o h, 7 ims..
Whitney Close, f li. 8 rms
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE-
Kalnramn Hclr-hru Stillllll
Souru side or n st, near'lith.V.V.- 4.506
.... 2 00
Lots in square 877, se
Mass ave, but 1st and 2d ue...
3d st, bee K and L sts ue
Lot U, square cyo
JJei ave, bet H and C sts sw
Lor 6th and H sts sw
FOR KENT HOUSES.
"13 12th st nw, li rms $50 50
220 1 Kt nw, 12 rms 40 00
805 6tii 8t nw, 9 nns 25 65
1001 Fiaavenw.6 rms 23 50
b21 U st uw, O rms 15 30
2261 Cleveland ave nw, 6 rms.... 14 00
,808 and 81 0 N H ave nw, 0 rms.. .. 12 SO
3410 It stnw, 6 rms 12 50
216 14th st sw, 4 rms 8 33
408 6 1-2 .st Ktv.n rms 8 30
313 S O ave se, 4 rms 7 00
1210 Blagden's alley nw, 4 rms.... 6 30
80 G st ne,5 rms 7 00
1925 Temperance nve nw, 4. rms 6 00
1145 23d st nw,3 rms 6 00
STORES. OFFICES, ETO.
fctran(llwg,1270 25ltiscnw,6rm..20 00
btr and dwg, 1416 3d stnw, 4 rms... 14 00
Stable, rear 495 Cstsw 10 00
Stable, rear 508 I2ttistnw 0 00
1114 G tt nw,3d-story front rm and
hall im 20 00
The above Is only a portion or the prop
erty on my books. For full list call at of
fice ror bulletin Issued on the 1st and 15th.
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN.017 F HT. NW.
FOR SALE Paying rent 13 bad policy
when a home can be bad reasonable In
an improving section for 50 cash and
sio per month. New 2-story frame house,
with about 2,000 feet or ground, 30-rt.
alley, porch, 15 1-2 ft. parking; hvdrant
water at kitchen door: stable, &c; in few
blocks or new electric car line and their
fine office building and car house; east of
Lincoln Park. Don't miss this oppor
tunity. Trice, $1,425. Title perfect, o.
M. Hit v ANT, Owner, Warder Huildlnir.
wanted n orsrs.
WANTED -For six months, a fur. house in
the country on railroad: will exchange
handsomely fur. city home. Address KX
CHANGE.JhiS office. ap4-3t
ANTED To rent, or 10-room house
must have stable atbtched. Address G.
W. S., tins- orrice. ap2-3t-etn
WANTED Five small 5 or ti-room houses
In East Washington; all cash ir price
is correct JOHN F. HONOHOE. 308
East Capitol st.
FOR KENT Flat, 4 rooms, 2d floor;" water,
gas anu Dath; SIS. 419 K st. nw.
h -I'll KENT A flat. 3d floor. 3 rooms and
packing room. 1314 1-2 9th nw.
uyFSY QUEEN Fortune teller: ladles.
oOc.;genUemenI$l (no sign). Kemovcd
to 1212 H st. nw. ap3-7t
10LNG LADIES Learn to dance for the
excursions-?, waltz taught In four les
sons; special summer rates. Address
YOUNG LAD Y. , this office.
Clairvoyant. Tells your name, age and
just what you want to know; also tells
about business deals, love affairs, family
troubles; reunites the separated; brings
auarrels all right; removes spells; causes
marriages and Rives good luck, etc.; always
at home; fee, 25c, 50c. and SI, 925 H nw.
L. H. WARD, requesting copy of Times,
has neglected twice to send his post
olficc address. np2-3t,em
MME. RETTA, medium ror spirit messages;
sittings, 25 and 50c. 523 13th St. uw.
NO CURE, NO PAT.
UlUl'n.Avc.'s. V., Wiistuiiijtou, JJ, U,
Specialistin chronic and private diseases,
Piles, Stricture, Ilydroccle, Gout, Catarrh
Dyspepsia, Blood Poison cured, Vitality re
stored. Consultation rree and confidential
to both sexes. Daily, 9 to 12, 3 to 6
OUR greatest medium and spiritual mother.
DR. MARY GORDON', tells you all
things and prescribes a proper remedy for
your troubles; consult this girted lady be
fore it is too late. Now at 529 13th st nw
MME. FRANCIS removes spells, evil influ
ences: reunites separated: gives luck to
all: 25c. and 50c; hours, 9 to 9. 302 East
Capitol st. :nli 3 0-7 6
NEVER GIVE UP the ship; we are always
rull stocked with the nicest ults. just
a tririe worn, ac rigures that will tio
you heart good: look us up. Jt'STII'S
OLD STAND, 019 D st. nw. .nh30-7t
Expert Specialist ln the cure of all forms ot
private diseases. Stricture, H ydrocele and
varicocele quickly cured. Diseases of the
blood, skin, bladder, kidneys and syph
ilitic diseases permanently cured. Vital
powers restored. Consultation free
Hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 5. Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday evenings, 7 to 8 No
(502 F nw. Closed Sundays. mbl4-lmo
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
906 P STREET X. W.
Gold fillings and brldgo
absolutely painless, 50c; without, 25c; ail
work done by experts and guaranteed the
best; open on Sundays from 10 to 3
LADIES needing confidential treatment,
a sure and safe relief ln all -woman's
complaints and irregularities. Gold medal
awarded for the science or obstetricB from
tho University of Munich, Bavaria. Strict
ly confidential MRS. DR. HENNER, No.
8 7th St. ne., near East Capitol ot, Wash
ingtoc D. O.
MME. THEO, MEDIUM,
Scientific palmist and card reader: know
your rate and fortune: open dallv. German
.spoken. 2Cc aud 50o. 929 H st. nw.
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13thSt.&Pa. Ave.
? A,Sanar'tt. 0:40, 7:05, 7:30. ex .j
,:,0. :80, ex.; 9:00, 9:50, no.-OO. ex.;
11:00, n:45 a. m.. iss:05 ex.: 12:30,
1:15, 1:45, 2:05, ex.; 2:40, 3:30, 4:00
x" .i;lD. ex.:. 4:45, '5:00, 5:20. ex;
540 6:05, ex.; 6:20, "OO.'s-.OO, 40:00,
10:00, 11:20, 11:56 p. m.
Dally. No express Sundays.
or Mount Vernon, IitverBide and way
stations, "6:40, 10.05 a. in., 12:05. 2:00,
4:15 p. in.
"Dally, extra Sumhiy at 11 a. a.
For Arlington, hourly from 8 a. m. to
9 V- '" JaC-tf.era
OLD POINT COMFORT
Without Clmitce ttt Cam.
hi HOURS FROM WASHINGTON,
"IJ -BNNS-L-AKIA, K. F. & P. AND
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO HAlLIVAi'd
:sl'.1,lu,e ln ". February 0. 1897
WA8IIINGTON & OLD POINT SPECIAL
4:it p. m. luesdays. Thursdays and Satur
bond veatlbuied. clcctrlt-llKnted. steam -neated
train, with combrnacion coach parlor
car. dinniR car andobseryaUDn car through
wicauut chanjre. Arrives Richmond 7:43
p. in. -Old Point, 0:50 p. ta.
10:57 a. m. daily exceDt Simday. Par
lor car Washington to Jiicnmuad and Rich
mond to Old Point. Arrive Richmond 2-45
p. m. Old Point. 6:30 p. m. Transfer as
Tickets ana reservations at of flcea Penn
sylvania It. it.. 15th and U sts.. aud at sta
tion. Full information at v. & O. ticket
H. w .FULLER. General PassengerAgent
Every- day In the year Tor Fortress
Monroe. Norfolk, Newport News and
all points South by the superb, pow-
erful ateel palace steamers "New-
port News." "Norfolk" and "Wash-
ington," on the following schedule:
Ly. WasU'ston 7rfK) pm
Lv. Alexandria 7iiQ piu
At Ft. Monroe t'::u am
Ar. Norfolk... 7:Wau.
Ar. Portsiu'th. 8.1W am
Lr. Fortsm'tb. :-0 pm
Lv. Norfolk... 0:10 pin
Lv. Ft.M6nroo 7: 0 pm
r. Alexand'a CSJOam
r.. Wash'gton : 0 ain
Visitors to chamberUn's new hotel.
"The Ilygeia," and Virginia Beach
will find tills the most attractive
route, Insuring a comfortable night's
Large and luxurious rooms heated
by steam and fitted throughout with
electric lights. Dining room service Is
a la-carte," and la supplied rrom the
best that the markets of Washington
and Norfolk arford.
Tickets on sale at U. S. Express
office, 817 Pennsylvania avenue; 513.
610, 1421 Pennsylvania avenue; B.
& 0. ticket oflice, corner 15th street
and New York avenue, and on board
steamers, where time table, map, etc.,
can also be had.
Any other Information, desired will
be rurnlshed on application to the un-
derslgned at tlie eomunny'a wharf.
foot of 7th St., Washington, D. 0.
Telephone No. 750-
JNO. CALLAHAN, General Manager.
"Quickest and Safest Route."
Dally (except Sunday), at 10 a. -,
returning reacli tne city at 2:30
p. m. FARE. P.0UND TRIP, 50c
Admlsslon tc grounds, 26c ELE
GANT CAFE ON THE STEAMER. Tickets,
with Mount Vernon aumisslon cougon,
for 6ale at wimrr and a hotelfl-
L. L. BLAKE, Captain.
ESTATE OF JOHN M. FAY, late of
the District of Columbia. No. 7743, Doc.
23, Issued April 1. 1&97. Application
having been made to the Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia, holding Or
phans' Court, for probate of a last will
and for letters of administration, eta, on
said estate, by Henrietta J. Fay, th
widow, tiiis is to give notice to all con
cerned to appear in said court on Friday,
the 30th day of April. A. D.. 1S07. at
loo'clocKa.m.,toshow cause wbysucbap
plication should not be granted. Attest:
J. NOTA McGILL. Register of Wills, D.
C, JAMES F. SCAGGS, proctor for ap
irM this Supreme Court or the District or
Columbia Daniel Sheahan vs. Sarah Jane
Sheahan et al. No. 17892 Equity. Doc.
41. Tins cause being referred to me to
report distribution of the fund In the hands
or the trustees arising rrom the saleof the
real estate, notice is hereby given to all
persons having claims against the estate
of .Mary sheauan, deceased, or otherwise
interested in the said distribution, u pre
sent their claims with the proors to me
on or berore Thursday, the 8th day or
April, 1807, at 10 o clock a. m. at my
ornce in the United States courthouse in
this city. JA.MES G. 1'J.l'A'E, Auditor.
D. to. Baker, Solicitor for Complainant
DEPARTMENT OF TuSTICeI "SvasTdDgP
ington, D. C, April 5, 1897. Sealed
proposals will be received at this depart
ment until 2 o'clock p. m., Mondav. Mav
3, 1S97, aud opened immediately there
after, for furnishing stationery and sup
plies for the United States courts and
F'ederal court officers, fiscal year 189S.
The right Is reserved to reject any and
all bids aud to waive defects. iBlank
forms of proposals and all necessary linoi
mution will be furnished upon application
to the Chief of the Division of Accounts,
Department of Justice. JOSEPH Mc
KENNAt Attorney General. ap5,7,9-3t
PROPOSALS FOR WINDOW SHADES
OH ice or the superintendent, building
for the Library of Congress,. Washington,
D. O. , ilarch 30, 1897,. Scaled proposals
for furnishing, delivering and putting In
place complete, the 511 window shades
lor the building for the Library of Con
gress in this cityrwlU be received at this
office until 2 o'clock p. in-, Tuesday, the
13th day of April,. J.H97,. and then pub
licly opened. Specifications, general in
structions and blank forms or proposal
may be obtained on application to this of
fice. BERNARD K. GREEN, Superintend
THOMAS DOWLING & CO., Auctioneers,
(J 12 E street northwest.
TRUSTEES SALE OF VALUABLE UN
IMPROVED PROPERTY, SITUATED
ON SOUTH SIDE OF L ST., BETWEEN
3D AND 4T11 STS., NE.
By virtue of a certain deed of trustdated
December 3. 1895, and duly recorded in
liber No. 2079, rolio 149, et acq., one
01 f ne land records of the District of Co
lumbia, and at the written request of
the party secured thereby, we will sell
at public auction, iu rrout of the premises,
on Thursday, April 15, at 5 o'clock p. m .,
the following described property; All of
lots numbered twenty-rive (25), twenty-six
(20), twentv-seven (27), twenty-eight (28),
twenty-nine (29), thirty (30), and thirty
one (31), or the subdivision by K. M. Hall,
(agent for Hiram N. Wadsworth), of square
numbered seven hundred and seveiity-rour
(774), as per plat recorded in liber W. F.,
folio. 100, or the records of the office
or the surveyor of the Dlstrlctof Columbia.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance
in one and two years, at 0 per cent per
annum interest rrom tlay of sale payable i
semi-annually, to be secured by deed of j
trust on property sold, or all cash, at option 1
or the purchaser. A deposit of S200 re- '
quiicd at the time or sale, conveyancing
and recording at purchasers' cost. Terms !
01 saie to ne coinpneu with In ten days !
frniii rlnt n C anlt nMirtt'lcd rar..r.
serve the right to resell the property at 1 ' Vestlbult-d day coach Washington to At
the risk and cost or defaulting purchaser. 1 . auta. SotithernRallwaj dining car, Greens-
alter nve aays adveruscment of such
resale In some newspaper published in
Washington, D. O.
JESSE Y. N. UUl'CK,
1505 Pa. ave., nw., Trustee.
JESSE H. VAN ALSTYNE,
le05 Pa. ave. nw., Trustee.
ap3,5,0,7 ,8,9,10,1 1,12,13
SAL1S ' OF" 1'LBLIC "PKOPEKTi WAR
DEPARTMENT, April 1, 1897. There
will be sold at public auction at 10
O'CLOCK A. M., APRIL 8, 1897, within
the courtyard or this building, a lot ot
Baskets, Buckets, Carpets, Chairs, Clocks,
File-boxes, Furniture, .Matting, Kugs, etc.
Terms or sale: hignest bidder for cash.
Articles to be removed without delay at
risk and expense or purchaser. K. J.
WillTTON, Chief or Supply Division.
F'OIt SALE OR 13XCHA"GE.
FOK EXCHANGE-Bullding lots on Balto.
j bouses. FULTON It; GORDON, 918 F st.
STATION COUNEll OF SIXTH AND C
7Jiy..i "5veek days PITTSBURG EX
PRESS Parlor and Dining Cars, Harm
burg to Pittsburg.
lO.ulJ A. M. PEIVXSS3CLVANIA LIMITED
Pullman Sleeping, Pining, Smoking and
Observation Cars, Harnsburg to Chicago.
Cincinnati. Indianapolis, St. Louis, Cleve
land and Toledo, tfurrec Parlor Car to
10-5".A- M. FAST line Pullman Hurret
"rlof. Var l Harnsburg. Durfec Parlor
.. rfr'..1,a.rn90urP to Pittsburg.
J.40 I'. M. CHICAUO AM) ST. J.OII3
Express Sleeping Car Washington
tp st. Louis, and Sleeping and Pining
and3cV.icrargoUrrt0 bt" UiS' Unu
Hm-I'T1- 'STISKM EXPRESS-PulI-
H ySffn,K Car to Pittsburg. Cblcago.
?.n rt 'arrsburg to Cleveland. Dimng
7-10.P.iM- SOUTHWESTERN EXPKE3S
m,.",,.'.,.,itn bIHt''i!nK Cara Washington to
Pittsburg ami Harrisburg to St. Loula
and Louisville (via Cincinnati). Lmmg
10,dUo 'vl;-, ''ACIFIU EXPRESS-l'ulI-
- man Sleeping Car to FUtsryirg.
.oO A. il.ior Kane. Canandajgua, Rochea
ter. and Niagara Fam dally, except
lo.so A. m. ror Eimira and lienovo dally,
except Sunday. For Lock Haven week
! it a Wllhamsport Sundays, 3.40
7Knrr.!? iu f.r. Wllllamsport. Rochester.
Kt ? and Wlasaraails dally. ext-pc
lur. iiurraio. ami renin-'.?-!. i.-niio .io.i.-
J.-fcj,,,?cyJLn,K,ta.r Wellington to Elmira.
For irmiadeipnia. a- xon,-, ana
tno . uaKt.
4'ivrn- -.. "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
Kr.?' t'a'ly.all Parlor Cars, with Din
ing Car from llalttmore. Kegularat 7.00
Jl?n!f9a.rJ'.?AU0 -0''. 1000 (Hining
Car), and 1 1 tin irtinir, .., r.. n-if
uuuzwni a. jj.
muigton) A My12.45,3.15, 4.20,6 BO,
minVn?nn 11"3i.?'- ! n "nday.7.00
(Dining C-ar). 8.00, 0.00, 11.0O (Oinlne
(lailV. ror Knsr.nn irlfhiMir .
7.5 A. M. week days, and 3.15 P.AL
?.J-.loiAr.-'i5. 2-UIj 315, 3.40 (4.0Olim-
lieoj. l.-u, 1.3t, 5.40, .15, 0.50. 7 10
10.00 10.40, 11.15 and il35 p m
On Sunday, 7 00. 8.00, 9.00. 9.05, 10.50;
11.00 a.m.. 12.15, 1.15. 2.U1, 3.15. 3 40.
(4.00 limited, 4.20, 5.40, 0.15. 6 DO
7.1U. 10.00. 10.40 and 11.35 p. frr
For Popes Creek Line. 7.50 a.m. and 4.3G
;. w. uunj . eiuepc aunuay.
ror jacKsonville and St Aujrustine
1U.4B p. m week days. Express for
Florida and points on Atlantic Coast
Line. 4.30 a. ir., 3.40 p. m. daily;
ltlchmond only, I0.u7 a. m. weekdays
Atlanta Special, via Richmond aud Sea
board Air Line, 4.40 p. m dally. Ac
commodation ror Quanttco, 7.45 a. m.
and 4.25 p. m. -weekdays.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and O
streets, and at the station, Sixth and H
streets, where orders can be Jertfor check
ing of baggage to destination from hotela
J. B. HUTCHINSON. General Manager.
J. It. WOOD. General 1'assenger Agent.
Schedule in effect March 29, 1897.
Leave Wjisii i u .. tr'.,u . j. k.h. i..uier o
New Jersey avenue and C street.
Foi Chie.-iuK and Xorthwesr. Vestibuleit
Umited trains, 10:00, 11:45 a. m., 8:05
For Cincinnati, St Louiaand Indianapolis,
35Rress 11;4B a. m. Vestlbuied Limited
3.40 p. m., express 11:25 p. ru.
, r Fittsburff and Cleveland, express
daily, lO-.OOa. in. and S:50 p. in.
For Toledo and Dettoit, 11.25 p. m
For Winchester and way stations. J3.40
and J5.3U p. m.
For New Orleans, Memphis, Birmingham,
Chattanooga. Knoxville. Bristol and
lioanoke, !:UO p. iu. dally; Sleepins Car
X7.05, X7.10, 8-30, xO.OO a. m., xl2:65:
X12.4U. I.bb. X.J.OO. H.ZO. iH.', -rwir.?
X5.10, G.30, xS.OO. xO.20. 11.15. Xll.'co'
p. m., X12.01 night. 1W'
For Annapolis. 7: 10 and 8:30 a. m.. 12-10
and u p. in.; Sundays, 8:30 a. in., 4.35
For Frederick, week davs, 7:35, 11 45
a-v?1-4-,-30 5-30 P-'". Sundays, 1:15 p. m
For Hagerstown, 110.00 a. m. and ;C 30
For Boyd and way points, week daysw
7.35 a. m., 4.30, 5.30, 7.05 p. m. Sun
days, 1.15, 7.05 p. m.
For Gaithersburji and war points weelr
days, 7.35, 9.00 a. m., 12.00, 3.15.' 4 30
4.33. 5.30. 7.05. 11.40 p. m Sundays.'
y.tiO u. in., 1.15, 4.33, f.Oo. lff.15 p ill
For Washington Junction and way points
7.35 a. m., 430. 5.30 D. m. wei' dayi'
1.15 p- m. Sundays.
Royal Hlue Line for New Torlr.
All trains Illuminated with Plntsch light.
For Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and
the East, week days, 8.00, ( 10.00 a. ra
Dlulug Car), 12.00 , (1 2.40 Dining Car ), 3.00
15.05 Dininc Car), (12.01 night. Sleeping
Car open at 10.00 o clock), Sundays, 18 00
a. m. Dining Car), (12.40 Dining Car), 3 00
(5.05 Dinlnjr Car). 12.01 night; sleeping car
open 10 o'clock. Additional trains ror
Philadelphia, week days, 7.05 a. m.. dailr
S.00 p. m. Jt
Buff etParlor Cara on all day trains.
ior Atlantic city, 10.00 a. m., 12 00
noon, and 12.40 p. . week days. i40
p. in. Sundays.
For Cape May, 12 noon.
JExcept Sunday. xExpress trains.
Baggage called fdr and checked from
hotels and residences by Union Transfer
Co. on orders lert at ticket oKicea 619
Pennsylvania avenue nw.. New York
avenue and Fifteenth street, and at denot:
WM. M. GREEN. CHAS. O. SCTruSr
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt.
(Schedule Inerrect January 18. 18971
All trains arrive and leave Pennsylvania
. I'assenger Station. '
8 a. m. Dally, local for Danville, Char
lotte and way stations, connects atitana.
eas for Strasburg. Harrlsonbnrg. and
way stations, daily, except Sunday, .nd
at Lynchburg with the Norfolk and West
ern, da-Iy. and with the Chesapeake ana
Ohio, daily, for tho Natural Bridge ano
11:15 a.m. Dotty, the UNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman Buffec
Sleepers, avr Sork and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with
Pullman Sleeper for Asheville and Hoi
Suring3. JN. C. Knoxville and Chattanooga.
Tenn.. and at Charlotte with Pullman
Sleeper Tor Augusta; Pullman Buffet Sleep
er hevf York to Nevr Orleans, connecting
ut Atlanta ror Birmingham and Mem
pins. Solid train Washington to Now
Orleans without change. Sunset personally
conducted tourist excursion througn sleeper
on this train every Saturday to San Fran
cisco, without change.
401 p. m Local for Front Royal, stras
burg and Harrisonburg, dally, except Sun
day. 4.51 p. m- Daily, local for Charlottes-,
0:20 p. m. Pally, except- Sunday, NEW
YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITED. Pullman
Vestibuled Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars.
Observation and Compartment Curs, New
Xorfc to Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
Also full luan sleeping Car New York to
Au"iista Willi connection ror Atkcn.
lu:43 p. mDally,. WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN. "VESTIBULED, LIM
ITED, composed of Pullman Yeiitibuled
sleepers, dining cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New J-ork to Nash
ville. Tenu., via AsheviUe, Unoxvilie
and Chattanooga: New York to Tampa,
vi. 1 Cti.trlotte, Columbia, Savannah und
l Jacksonville, and New. TLork to Mem-
Orleans, via Atlanta and Montgomery.
r r.o Montcemerjr.
TRAINS ON W'AoillNGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Nasiungtou 0:01 a. m.
Uiany anu 4:45 p. m. daily, except Sun
Iday. and 0:25 p- m. Sunday only ror
itound Dili; 4.32 p. m. daily, except Sun
day, ror Leesburg, and 6:25 p. ni. dally ror
llerudou. Returning, arrive at Waawng.
ton s:iit a. m- and 3:00 p. ni. daily, rrom
Kouaa Hill and 7:06 a. in. dally, except
Sunday, rrom Herndon, and 8:34 a. .
daily except Sunday, rrom Leesburg.
Thrntitrh trains Irom the South, arrive ns
Washington 0:42 a, m., :20 p. in., and
9:io u iu. dally, and 9:45 a. m. dally ex
cept Monday. Harrisonburg, 12:40 p.
m., and 9:40 p. m. dally, ezcept Sunday,
and 8:30 a. n... dally, from Ciiarlottesville.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation, and In
formation rurnlshed at offices, 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenuu and at Pennsyl
vania Railroad Passenger Station.
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W. A. tuhk, Gen. Jf ass. Agent
It, 3. Drown. Uen. Agt. 1'aas. ueptt
iloralng and Sunday Times. SCo. a monto.
Jiiii ,." """"Kiun a.Ji.Jli.IU,d.lD,
- - v-uy, iu.uu uuu 11.00 r. su. jror
I tiiladelpiiia only, Fast Express, 7.50 A
m' c,ek. da's- Express 12.15 P.
al. week flavs ?.lll nnii r. ah i i
For Lurav.3:40 n. m. rialtr
For Baltimore, week days, G.00. 6.30.
Si.05, X7.10, X8-00, 8.30, X9.30, xlO.OO.
S12.00 a. ni.,xl2.05, 12.1u. xl2.40,x3:00.
Vr X-L30, 4.35, X5.05, X5.10, X5.30.
XG.20 G.30. X8.00, 8.15. x9.2o' 11.15;
Aixufu u. iu.. txuiA A.1.111 nif-nr.