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THE MORNING: TIMEjS; gTINDAY, APEIL 11, 1897.
- 1TKTJ? WAyrED-MAU.
WANTED -Salesman to meat anil grocery
trade; mut have experience, acquaint
ance and team or bicycle. Address in,
Mi in nTfini. 1
WANTED-Young men to lcain the tarhcr
- trade in 8 -weeks, at National Barber
College, 315 Otli St.; full set 01 itolb li co,
coufitant practice; position when through,
circular free. apll-t
WANTED A trimmer at 111 i st. nw.,
Kill Monday before 1 1 a. m. lt
"WANTEDA reliable man to take charge
of dining-room in boarding-house: hamiy
at all kind of "work necessary about house.
11 Md. ave- lie. It
WANTED -2 men to work on ladies
coats. Call Sunday between 3 and 4,
1324 G bt. 1t
WANTED First-class salesman Tor lubri
cating oils, greases and specialties; salary
or com Mission. EQUITABLE REFINING
Co., Cleveland. Oliio. ap8-cod3t
WANTED An experienced man cook at
at once Apply 033 II bt. nw.
WANTED An experienced news-paper man
on ndverUi-ing and subbcriptionb; must
come well recommended; big offer to
right man. Annly 624 15th bt. nc. Item
WANTED Immediately, ladies tailor, to
make somecoats fora dressmaking estab
lisnment; tall before 5 p. in. Room 4u,
1125 N. Y. ave. lt
WANTED Young man in grocery tore;
musL understand handling meat. Call
at 54 K st. ne. apl0-Jt
WANTED-First-class clothing pi";
others need not apply. L0EB& H1RSH.
apl 0-2 1
WANTED A boy. wlio ifl willing to learn
tailoring business. Apply GOl LD, umi
or, 740 15th st. mv. iml0.-.t
-Ice cream maker; btate wages
Address S. 11., this office.
"WANTED An experienced solicitor, mu
sically inclined, on oubscription models
In Washington and vicinity. S. uRANT
STUART, 2KE. 23dst.,Ncw York. aplt)-6t
WANTED- A man capableoftaKingcnarge
or Miiall printing office in this city;
state Tull epjrieiicc, age, salary exi eted
and references. PRINTING, this office.
1 i:i A WTKD-FKMAT.H
WAITED 3 girls; fini.shcrK on fine pants.
Applv M. HORN, 1017 7th st. nw., up
WANTED Immediately, a girl, between
1 2 and 16 years of age, white or colored,
to nurse baby and help do light work:
one to go home at nights. Call at 621 B
bt. lie. apl l-3t
WANTED One skirt hand ana one ap
prentice; small pay to apprentice to
start with. Call before 8 a. in. or after
6 p. m.. 1229 M st. nw. lt
WANTED - Lady capable of assuming some
respousihihtv; must be educated ana ener
getU; ron. ier 'experience not essential, if
otherwise suitable: $8 weekly salary. Ap
ply Monday at 10 o'clock, LIPSCOMB
1006 F st nw., upstairs. lt
WANTED White girl lor general house
work, four in fa mil v; stay at night. Call
.Monday 720 H bt. iie. lt
WANTED Young girl to work on skirts;
answer after 5 o'clock, 1118 11th st.
WANTED -Girl for general housework; no
washing; 1.50 per week 111 fa 11th
et. nw. Item
WATD-A young white girl, to assist
in housework aim care of iniant Call
at 630 A street se It-cm
WANTED Experienced milliners; apply at
once. HEOHT & CO., 515 7th at. nw.
WANTED Lady agents; Blehl s German 1
egetaoie Healing Soap anu iianururr
Cure; sold by lady canvassers only; soaps
guaranteed or money refunded Call 722
6th st nw , E. BLEHL, Manufacturer.
WANTED An apprentice for milliner; one
that has had some experience preferred.
Call at 1S32 14th st. apS-3t-em
HELP "WANTED MALE AND
RELIABLE country and city servants fur
nished free by MRS. MOORE, 306 G st.
WANTED For specialty companv en route
to Nashville, Tean., first-class vaudeville
-.people to do single and double turns; sala-
'. riebaccordlngto ihetiinus,buture", answer
quick. ORGANIZER, this office. apll-3t
RELIABLE servants furnished free: send
postal. CAPITAL BUREAU, 441 G st
WANTED To go on the road, 25 show
people Call Monday at big teat, cor 3d
and K bts.sw . J. B. WESLEY. apll-3t
WANTED Cooks, general houseworkers,
waiters, drivers, pollers, chambermaids,
nurses, boys, farm hands, gardeners, lauii
dicsses, janitors, watchmen, engincers.tjre
incu; quickest place to get work. SHAC
KLEFQRD'S, 427 11th bt. nw. aplp-7t
WANTED- Furnish help free of charge.
Send through mail or call at 1717 11th
Bt. nw. ap9-7t
WANTED Cooks, general hoascworkers,
waiters, driven,, porters, chambermaids
nurses, boys, f.nm hands, gardeners, laun
dresses, janitors, watchmen, engineers, fire
men: quicke-t place to set vort. S1IACK
LEFORD, 1-7 -11th st. nw. ap3-7t-em
"WANT ED AG KXTS.
WANTED Agents (men or women) having
financial and commercial relations.
GONELL, 1716 F st. nw., Sunday and
Monday, from 10 to 12. It
WANTED Agent, to sell lots in a sub
division within theDistriet; iermseasy;
good chance for an experienced canvusing
agent; salary to a live man. Address
AGENT, this office. mn30-i4te
lrir."i IONS WANTED MAI.E.
WANTED By a sober young man a posi
tion as cleik or drummer; first-class
refs. 1. O. M., box 91, Hyattsvllle. Md.
ap 1 l-3t
WANTED By male stenographer and type
writer; 5 years' experience; owning ma
chine; very rapid, a position; salary $7
per week. S. W. A., this office. It
WANTED By young white man, place as
driver; best reference. Address R., this
office. . It
WANTED By sober, and 'reliable young
man, a position; thoroughly understands
the care of horses. Address 521 II st. ue.
WANTED By a first-class barber, a good
position. Address KIECU, care Wieser,
705 H st. nw. ap9-3t
WANTED A sober, reliable man, wishes
.permanent cmplovment: can invest S200.
Address Box 52, tliis office. ap-3t-ein
ji.v'A"-!' I)- i'lQIAU'
WANTED By a first-class laundress,
washing to do at home. Callor address
1344 Madison bt. It
WANTED By a coloied woman, place ns
cook, chambermaid, or nurse. 1747
Oregon ave. nw. It
WANTED -By colored girl, situation:
chambermaid, general housework. 4 11 G
WANTED Situation bv general house
worker; reliable woman; also by 2 Vir
ginia girls: good laundress, nurse, or
chambermaid; city refs. 1026 21st st.
A RESPECTABLE colored woman will at
tend and board a, white child. Address
J. M., this office. it
A FIRST-CLASS modiste wishes engage
ments In private ramil'cs; understands
Tavlor system, TAYLOR SYSTEM, this
WANTED A position ly lady, as type
writer Addre&s Box DO, this office.
WANTED By a firet-classlaundress, wash
ing to do at home. 145S Madison St.,
let. 14th and 15th sts. nw. apll-3t
WANTED By a young, respectable ad
ored girl, place as chambermaid or gen
eral housework in small family. Call
214 9th st. nw. it-cm
WANTED -By an Intelligent colored girl,
a place as nurse or to do light house
work. Apply 211 G st.nw. It-em
WANTED-A place to take care or chil
dren and stay at night. P. X. T., this
WANTED By refined lady, position as
companion; rer. exchanged. MISS G.,
this office. apl0-3t
'WANTED Place by whito girl ( with rcfer
encosfromlastplaceltodochamberwork, cook, or general housework. yi4 C st.
WANTED By woman, general housework;
also by girl, to assist In housework.
3702 1-2 10th st. nw. aplO-.'Jt
A LAD Y wants bindery workvwill pay $10
per month for a government situation.
Address EXPERIENCE, thlsolfice. ap!0-3t
MILLINER, late or New Tork; trimming,
25c. and up. 1204 1 6t. nw. ap8-3t,em
XV ANTEIJ ROOMS.
WANTED-Board and room, or eitlicr, in
exchnncc for tea arid coffee. Address
176, this office.
A GENTLEMAN will pay 52 per week
for nice rur, room; a- m. i-; near in
terior Department. Addiess W. Wv this
WANTED Furnished room and board in
nw. bection by a student; not to exceed
S10 a moutli. Address, STUDENT, this
office. ' ' apir-3t
WANTED 2 or 3 fur. rooms suitable for
light housekeeping; btate lowest summer
piice. Address J. II., tills officii. It
WANTED By lady, a large sunny room,
with privilege of yard for small dog. Ad
die.Sh. with terms, E. E. FISllEK, 1 1 uJ l'a.
ave. nw. It
WANTED-Furnished room: location nw.
preferred, by 15th. Address A. I., this
WANTED Fur room, where people are
not too innulMUrc. Anbwer, stating
terms, WILLiE, this office. up-3t-em
WANTED -Gentlemen to take table board
at 232 2d st. lie. It
WANTED-Uy a respectable white fam
ily, middle aged and lopohslblo gen
tleman to board with us: board, washing
and mm!ing, and home comloits guar
anteed for $5 per week. Address S.. this
oflice. 1 t-cin
621 11 st. nw., Washington, D. a
WANTED For cash buyers, saloons, limch
loonib, cigar btores, drug htores, livery
stables, milk routes, barber shops, gro
ceries, coal yards, poolrooms, etc. FUL
TON R. GORDON, Bus. Exch., 918- F bt.
WOULD like to select house in nw., in
compauy with party who would take
- or y rooms. ORIGINAL, 613 3d bt. ue.
WANTED-To purchase an
"OLD VIOLIN," this office.
WANTED To buy a wardrobe, folding
bed: good: cheap; also parlor suit. MOS
SONEY, this office. It
WANT EO A second-hand set of wheels.
suitable Tor dayton wagon; state lowest
price and condition. II. F. G., this office.
WANTED Camera, 5x7 or larger; must
have good lens and be cheap. Address
E. B., this office. apl0-3t
WANTED To buy several mounted birds
and small animals to place in museum;
nuibt be cheap anil in good condition. Ad
dress MUSEUM, this office. ap9-3tem
WANTED -I have $500; will buy a business
or invest money and service in a good
business. ROBERT, this office ap9-3t
WANTED -TRY RUBBER ROOF PAINT.
Will stop all leaks Tree, ami charge only
for painting: work guaranteed.
NAT. RUBBER ROOF PA INT CO.
ap3-tf 1023 8th st.uw
WANTED-Several cases of fair grade
teas: green or black, spot cash for the
right thing; but it must come cheap. Ad
dress T A C , this office. apS-3t-em
WANTED To buy half interest or whole
of a dairy lunch busincbs. Address
EARNEST, this office. ap8-3t-cm
WANTED Dresses to make, $5 up; Easter
gowns at snort notice; bicycle suits
specialty: pcifect fit guaranteed: Baugli
man'b dreSb cutter, $5. MADAM HYATT,
908 N. i. ave. ap3-15t
WANT ED FARMS.
WANTED -To buy or rent a small farm
near city. Address, with particulais,
BART, this office. apS-3t
WANTED Bicycle; not over 25 pounds;
state make, condition, price, etc.; must
be ery cneap ; cash paid. W. R. Q., this
WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS.
WANTED For cash, allkimls of old United
States postage and department stamps;
collections also bought. H. F. DUNK
HOiyJI. 10U5 Tth st nw feOtf
LOST Black pocketbook, on Saturday
nicht, on K bt. between 7th and Otli or
on 7th between K and I sts.; contenlb,
monej, keys, car tickets, etc; . Reward if
returned to Dr. Prentiss Drug Store, 9th
and N. Y. ave. It
WILL party who took pocketbook from
Hahn' blioe store return same, to save
further trouble, as they nre known. It
LOST April 6, one white hound puppy,
with few brown spots. Please return to
1321 Kenyon st., Columbia Heights, and
receive reward. apll-3t
LOST On Bladensburg road, Saturday, 3d,
a red purse, with about $5 75. reward of
fered. Return to 190, Loan and Trust Build
ing, apl 0-2t
LOST More than a year ago, pearl rosary
with gold medal. Return to 93 2 I st.
nw. and receive reward. apl0-3t
LOST Red leather book: $73 in bills; re
ward if left at tliis office. ap9-7t-em
MLSCELL AN EOT7fc
MLLE. DECRE, 427 10th st. nw.; lady
barber, massage, chiropody; liourn 10 a.
m. till 9 p. m. apll-2t
BUY your safes before they go up; new
and second-hand. TItlPPE, 935 J) st.
nw. apl l-7t
1,000 WHITE envelopes, printed, ?1.50.
LOW-PRICE PRINTING CO., 631 F nw.
TO MY" FRIENDS and the public, L. II.
HOPKINS has removed to his new store,
610 9th st. nw. apll-3t
.tOK oALE A corner grocery and pro
vision store; splendid location; "can be
bought at a bargain; cheap rent. BRAD
SHAW, 494 La. ave. apll-3t
BARGAINS in sewing machines; 1 New
Home, $12; Domestic, $15; Household,
915; 1 Singer, $7; 1 Automatic, J10; l
Wheeier .t Wilson, S7: 1 St- John, 53; 5
year.-,' guarantee. FUNK'S SEWING MA
CHINE EXCHANGE, 327 C bt. se. It-em
ONE NICE SQUARE PIANO, CARVED
legs and in splendid condition, S140; $5
cash and S3 per month.
One Square, suitable for a beginner, nice
tone and action, S40; $3 cash and ?3 per
Pianos for rent and moved.
apS-3mos 924 7TH ST.
MODISTE-PerfecC fit; SI.
DISTE, this office.
15 a day. MO-lt-em
JPIANO TUNING S1.50-, work first-class;
drop postal. JAS. R. DURITY, 305 12th
st. se. apl0-3t-em
REMOVED-S. RACCOSIN, Merchant
Tailor, to 8L7 11th st. nw.; formerlv
1236 9th st.; Flease call for work at my
MANDOLIN, Banjo and Guitar thoroughly
taught. R. BRAILSFORD, 722 10th st.
HATS trimmed for 25c,;
taken, at 1312 G-st. nw.
ARTIST, professional, will give lessons at
pupils' residences; terms moderate. PRO-
FESSIONAL. this office. ap8-3t,em
STONE BROS., practical carpet renovators
and paperhangers. Address 614 G st. nw.
GASOLINE, 10c; lamp oils. Id. 12 and
15c. per gallon. Send postal, B. F.
DAVIS , 602 2nd st. sw., and wagon will
U. L. HAYS, cheapest printer In Wash
ington, lcmoved to 441 G et. nw. See
mm about? your printing. "Work de
livered when promised." mh27-lmo
THE PURE DAIRY. LUNCH. 935 jw st. nw.
The best lunches in the city. Corfee a
I WONDER who pays the highest prices
for gents' cast-off clothing; diop pos
tal. SAUL BROS., 923 J) st. nw. Jal5-3mo
PRINTING Business cards 70c per 1,000;
other printing equally as cheap; maga
zines bound tor 50c; miscellaneous boolca
re-bound; paper ruling, etc u. n. WIL
LIAMS, 015 7th ec nw. fe6-tf,em
FOR HIRE At prices to suit the times,
horses, carriages, and wagons; all styles;
also boaid horses by the day, week, or
AND HARNESS CO.,927 D st-nw.
FOR HIRE To drummers and nuslncss
men, horse and buggy or Dayton, $1.50
and $2 per day. Apply to the REX
STABLES, rear 615 E st. nw.; telephone
call, 109. ma26-tf.em
FOR RENT-Parlor and bedroom in fi'rflt
class residence portion of city; owner will
furnish to suit good tenant; refs. exchanged.
OWNER, this office. It
FOR RENT 2 or 3 nice, 2d floor rooms;
fur. or unfur.; a. m. i. 023 2d bt. nw.
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, with or
without board. 932Est.iiw apll-3t
FOR RENT-Two large communicating un
furnished rooms, 2d floor, ecry con
veiiience. 215 9th st. bav., near park, it
FOR RENT CI 1 6th fit. nw.; unfur. com
municating rooms; fur. from $4 up.
FOR RENT Large front parloi; fur. bed
room; one block fiom Capitol. 4 6 C st.
FOR RENT Rooms and board, $18 per
month; furnished rooms reasonable. 232
F st. nw. apll-3t
FOR RENT 2 communicating lui. moms,
one block from Capitol. 46 C fct. nw.
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished 'rooms; in base
ment; 3 furnished looms on 2d floor;
rent cheap: one bn.ua re fiom Pension Of
nce. 424. 5 th at. nw. ap 1 1 -3t
FQP RENT Uright, second-story room,
$6 per month. J221stbt.nc. apl L-4t
FOR RENT 1126 13th st. nw., furnished
loom cheap to a quiet boy or gentleman;
private family. apll-3t
i-OR RENT 101 E st. so., fur. or unfur.,
4 lovely rooms, corner house, fronting
a park; beautiful location; near Capitol
and Library; cars pass the door; board, if
-A flat of 4 rooms, 5 closets,
1314 W st. nv. npll-3t
1-OR RENT 4 unfur. rooms, with bath, nt
451 Aid. ave. sw., ciosu to 3d st. rail
way. a p 1 1-3 1
1 OR RENT 2 haudsomcly fur. rooms, com-
nlete for housekeeping. $20; unfur.,
5 ndtiRsonlyJ.12GGlh bt. nw. apll-3t
FOR RENT 117 New York ave. nw., 3
unfurnished rooms, 3d floor; suitable for
light housekeeping; bath same rioor.
FOR RENT 2 nice rooms; 2d floor; partly
lur. or unfur.; Mutuotu for light nouse-
kecpiag; cars near; convenient to all de-
partments. No. ION st. nw. ap 1 0-3 t-em
A LADX can secure room and board for
$12 at 110111 st.nc. Call after 4 p. in.
FOR RENT Kuril, rins., 1212 New York
"" nw.. excellent neighboiliood.
lOR RENT Fur., two second-floor front
rooms; with board if desired. 26 Grant
FOR RENT- To gentlemen, fur. south front
and back rooms; $5 and $6 303 F st. nw.
apl 0-3 fc
Whatever it is, you will rloriie nearer
, t .... K-
getting it by putting a Want Ack in The
Times than any other way.
.And it won't cost a smajl.-fortune,
either. ONE CENT a word is. all that is
asked for theni in any of the want" columns.
You need not even come to theJ oflice. . JDn
close in an envelope the advertisement,
plainly written, with the price of one cent
per word,' arid we and the people you are
hunting for will do the rest.
You may send postage stamps if it
will accommodate you.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. 1633Lst.nw. apl l-3t
FOR RENT With a family or two adults;
two or thice rooms; with allcoaveniences;
plenty or closets; SO for two, or Sll for
three. 520 4th st. ne. lt.em
FOR RENT 2 unftirn. rms-. 3d Moor:
summer rates; call after 4 p. in. 416
Mass. ave. nw. lt-em
FOR RENT Large unrur. 2d-story rooms;
heat, gas and bath. 511 3d at nw.
FOR RENT Furnished or unfur. rooms,
all Trout, with board, in pleasant corner
house, near all car lines; large attlo rcom
for rent. 941 II St. nw. npi-3tem
FOR RENT Third-story front room to 2
ladies Tor the keep of 2 small rooms. Ad-
dress B. A. Z., this office. ap9-3tcrn
FOR RENT A Jewish young man can get
excellent room and board in a piivate
Jewish family at a moderate price. Apply
605 O st. nw ap9-3tem
FOR" RENT Two'furnished or unfurnished
front rooms, private family; new house.
914 11 th st. nw. apl0-3t
FOR RENT looI, bright, 2d-story mis.,
with boaidat!220N st.nw. apl0-3t,em
FOR RENT Com. rms., 2d floor; south
ern exposure; single or cr suite; flist
class table board: terms reasonable: de
lightful neighborhood; refs. exchanged.
2000 F st.uw. It-cm
FOR RENT A nicely fur. front room ;south
ern exposure; 5 minutes' wall; Trom any
department; cheap; also a gentleman to
share a room, 5. 604 10th st. nw.
FOR RENT Large front parlor; fur. bed
room; one block from Capitol. 46 C st.
FOR RENT A lovely second-floor front
room, with best table board, for gent
and wife, at summer rates: other rooms on
second and third floors; everything first
class. 1311 14th st. nw! ap8-3t,cm
FOR RENT 2 unfur. rooms, with bath and
water closet, in a quiet, private family of
two. J 41 2 Ohio ave. ap9-3t
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms."2d
floor, 1216 G st. nw.; suitable for light
housekeeping; also one room, 3d floor. 612
9th SK nw. ap9-3t
FOR RENT Two large unfurnished rooms;
2d floor: gas and bath. 26 I st. nw.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, with
board, S4.50 per week, near the Capitol.
227 1st st. n w. ap9-3t
FOR RENT 3 nice rooms, at No. 223-lsfc
st. nw.; with bath on 2d floor; furnished
or unfurnished; no children. ap9-4t
FOR RENT 2 or 3 unfur. rooms buitable
for light, housekeeping; very reasonable.
215 1st st. nw. ap8-3tem
FOR RENT Well-rumlshed back room;
2d floor; S1.75 week. 415 G st. nw.
FOR RENT Four pleasant rooms in cot
age: 2d floor: $10 per month. Address
IIOWLETT. 3d and u sts. ne., Eckington.
FOR RENT 2 or 3 unfur. rooms. 89 P
st. nw. ap8-3tem
FOR RENT Lnrge front rooms, nicely
fur.; southern and eastern exposure;
heat bath and gas; from 5 up; near cars.
201 D st. nw. ap7-5t
FURNISHED ROOMS and first-class board;
S16 per month. 725 Gth Bt. ne. ap6-7t
FOR RENT Front room; suitable for of
eS09 9th nw. ap6-6t-em
T nlr1 vuttn Innhtflfnni r1s1
mU 14-1 mo
Apply 1227 G bt. nw.
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING Handsome back
parlor, bedroom and front basement din-
ing-ioom. and use or kitchen; in private
family;?l2. 012 Va.ave. sw. apl0-3t
FORRENT-3 unfurn. rins.; $10. DO.
110 1-2 hit atomy. npl0-3t.em
FOR RENT-'Threo unfurnished rooms; light
housekeeping. 100 Mass. ave. ue.
ap!0-3t . .
912 1 st. nWir-Royms and board in hand-
bome house ;centrallocation; from $1 6 up;
pleasant plnce Tor transients. apl 0-3 1
FOR RENT Three or four rooms; second
floor; terms moderate. 121 F st. ue.
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING Nicely fur
nished rooms. . vuo G st. nw. apl0-3t
FOR RENT 1102 N. Y. ave.;, fur. roomy;
light housekeeping; summer 'rates.
npl0-36 ... . '
FOR RENT 2 or 3 unrur. rooms for light
housekeeping; a. rn.i.; fcouth fiont: reas
onable price. 301 E nt. ne. ap!0-3t
FOR RENT Unfurnished; three first-floor
bay-window front communicating rooms;
heat, gas. and bath, 15. 917 C st. sw.;
near Smithsonian. apl0-3t
FOR RENT 3 looms'. No 39 .Myrtle St.;
newly papered; for light housekeeping;
cheap . nplO-3t
I'ORRENT 2 unfurnished rooms ror house
keeping: second rioor; newly papered:
cheap. 735 11 th st. nw. uplO-3C
FORRENT 1225 N. Y. ave ; comfortably
rurnlshed rooms; southern exposure;
single or en suite; unfurnished rooms for
housekeeping; terms moderate. apl0-3t
FOR RENT 2d story hall mom. 51.25;
board S3. 50 week. 17 E bt. nw.
apl 0-31, em
FOR RENT Fur., two double anyone
single room in handsome new house; all
m. 1.: new fur.: private family: refs. ex.
OWNER,221 E bt. mv. apl0-3t,em
FOR RENT -Large front room; bath and
gas: $6. 1404.aid.avc.ne. lt.em
FOIl RENT-1014 10th st. nw., rurnished
room, fourth story; ulso otiiers.
FOR RENT Handsomely furnished rooms
on 1st, 2d and :jdrioors: room and bonrd
Tor gentleman and wire $10 and $45 per
month. 131114th st. nw. apl0-3t-em
FOR SALE BICYCLliS.
FOR SALE Bicycles Dealers and riders,
attention; unredeemed bicycles at one
third value; Columbins, Syracuses, Pacers,
Ramblers. Spaldmgs, Marches, Worlds,
Flyers, Niagaras, and -other prominent
makes, for ladies, gentlemen, nnd children:
new and second-hand sundries and part;
balesrooms open evenings: wc also exchange
or buy outright; taken on storage. NEW
JTORK CYCLE CO., 431 9th bt. nw.
FOR SALE Second-hand bicycle, in good
order; cheap. 437 11th st. nw. ap-3t
THE ELMORE BICYCLE, $45 and S60;
the Ferris, $38.50. guaranteed ror one
vear. G.F.CRANE, ugcut, 506 10th St. nw.
KVHF'IA VALASCO, Test .Medium: also
oiirJ.A'." "lid magnetic treatment;
5:"1riisI'ranteed; rheumatism a snccialty'
UU x st- ""' apl0-7t-cm
''I'P.'n.1"1 !ells business, love affairs,
K,?.Vi J'-'tv reunites husbands, wives
MV??rrts- 10 t0 10 dal,y- 'JS9 B st. sw.
im,,1.LI.:'T.A mL:ju for spirit messages;
iS'IH3- 2oc antl GOc 523 13th st. mv.
QUEEN Fortune tpllnr- "i.nii
tn?l;nntlcnica $1 (no 6ln- Removed
to 121.. II st. nw. ap9-7t-em
MME. THEO, MEDIUM,
irVnnp?Jni,.st,and card reader: know
?Uvfateoar-naiorlune: open daily. German
bpoken. 25c. and 50c. 929 H st. nw.
Clairvoyant. Tells your name, age and
Just what you want to icnow; also tells
about, business deals, love affairs, fnmtly
troubles; reunites tho separated; brings
quarrels alt right; removes spells; causes
marriages and gives good luck, etc.; always
at home; fee, 25c, 50c, and 51, 25 H nw.
DID you ever get left; well -we'll see that
a n??ui V1" nfc-thiB Tveck; as we have
f.,0' custom made suits, almost
.. . vuuw t iit- KMiiiiiir nr nrlnrto -. i-
surjirlse you; you are welcome to
JUSTUS' OLD STAND, 619 D st
Expert SpeclaypUln the cure of all forms of
private diseased ..Stricture, Hydrocele and
Varicocele quickly cured. Diseases of the
Ki?,00-,.211111' btaUder, kidneys and syph
ilitic diseases, permanently cured. Vital
powers resixired-Consuitatlon free
Hours, 9 to 12H to 5. Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday evenings, 7 to i No
602 Fnw. Csedfundays. mhl4-imo '
90(J F(feTHEET N. W.
Gold fdllng3,aapd bridge work a spe
cialty, nt the lowest price; amalgam fill
ings, GOc; full sets of teeth on plates S5:
best; open qb Sundays from lv to 3
LADIES needing confidential treatment,
a sure and safe relief In all woman's
complaints and irregularities. Gold medal
awarded for the science or obstetrics from
the University of Munich, Bavaria. Strict
ly confidential .MRS. DR. RENNER. No.
8 7th Bt. ne., near East Capitol st, Wash
ingtoc, D.' U.
GLEN "MANOR, Forest Glen, Ma., open
May 1; 9 1-2 miles on Met. Branch B. &
O. "R. , commutation fare 6 1-2 eta.;
splendid table and excellent rooms; -large
grounds and "shade; healthy -location; $5
per week; special rates to large families.
Address GLEN .MANOR, Forest Glen, Md.
FOR SALE Desirable building lot, $750;
Just half the price asked for adjoining
lots; size, IS by 100 feet, to alley; on
4th et. ne. Apply 510 10th st. nw.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE A conifortablehome; six rooms;
all papered; In good order; gas and water;
nearly new; $1,800; or would exchange
for other property. Address Box 9 M.
FURNISHED HOUSE, 19 rooms, for sale;
no reasonable off erj-ef used: No. 523 13th
st. mv.: rent $76; nearly all rooms now
rented: ninkeorfer. BUS. EXCH., 918 F st.
FOR SALE Columbia Heights. Will be
sold at once for $1,500 less limn its
value, new 3-story and basement brick residence-
only 56,500. DANIEL & ARMAT,
1313 F Bt. nw. apl 0-3 6
FOR SALE The thing for a AEWLI
MARRIED couple. A perrectlittle home
on concreted avenue. NORTHWEST, at
$.1,1 SO. An imposing buff brick front
uud handsomely decorated interior. This
iiuu Handsomely decorated interior
li ulue bargain: cheap at S4,7
sen at $3,750 provided a payment
is made. Nothing less as I n
it of S500
money. Address QUICK SALE.thisoffice
i our letter will receive a prompt answer.
lOR SALE Six-room brick nouse: water
and gas. Inquire 331 10th st. so.
FOR SALE One 5-room rrame cottage,
$i,75u; 7-room dwelling, sJ,.t50. on
Lincoln st., Anacostlu. Inquire T. E.
RLAUUON, 3U7 Momoe 6t. ap6-2w-em
FOR SALE A bcatitirul new nouse; 6
rooms and bath; south front, within one
square cable cars; price only $4,000; a
little casli and balance $10 monthly and in
terest, takes it this week. JOHN F.
PARET, 1411 G st. malO-tf-era
FOR SALE OR RENT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN,
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F st.nw.
FOUR-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
2110 O st. nw, 17 rms
1420 20tn rftnw, b n, lrms..
1733 R st nw, b h, 12 rms...
1731 R bt nw, b h, 12 rms..
407 Mo ave nw, b n, 13rms...
TWO-STORY BRICK AND
. .. 15,000
HOUSES FOR SALE.
1520 O stnw. b h, 7 mis $6,200
1519 P stnw, b h, 6 rms 6,600
505 P st nw, b h, 8 rms 6,600
611 19th btnw.bh, 12 rms 6,000
824 l.ith st ne, b h, 6 rms .1,000
506 F bt ue, b h, 6 rms 2,700
413 7th st sw, f h, 7 rms 2,500
361 O st sw, b h, 6 rms 2,000
419 1st st sw 1,500
1026 S Cap st, b h. 5 mis 1,350
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
M st, bet 1-2 and 1st sts sw.
. !trn 00
... $6 00
... 5 25
... 5 00
... 3 50
... 3 25
... 2 50
... 2 50
... 1 25
... 1 25
... 1 25
3d st, bet K and L bts ne
Lot M, sq 596, sw
14th st, bet C and D nw
16th st, bee O and P nw
R st, bet 19th and 20th nw..
I st, bet l'.ith anu 20th nw
21st and M bts nw
N J ave and I st nw
7th st, bet V and W nw
N st. bet 23d ami 24th nw
Cor 6th and H bts sw
I bt, bet 4 1-2 aud 6th sts sw...
D st, bet 13th and 19th sts nw...
Linthicum place. Georgetown....
FOR RENT HOUSES.
4183d st uw,9 rms
224 N J ave nw,9 rms
1418 11th stnw, 10 rms
117 11th stae. 10 rim
1904 Fin avene, 6 rms
1612 8th stnw, 6 rms
2207 1 stnw, 7 nils
2011 L stnw. 5 rms
. 30 55
32K Spruce stnw. 6 rms.
58 Myrtle bt ne. 6 rms.. .
2013 E st nw, 6 rms...
121 1 1 st ne. Srnin
2904 7th st aw, 6 rms 12 00
iMcnois ave, Anacostia, 5 rms 10 00
45, rear 40 B st sw, 6 rms 8 30
16CapitoI alley sw, 4 rms 6 30
2 south rms, 1st floor, 1523 26th
8b mv 600
2 north rms, 1st floor, 1523 20th
st nw 6 00
2 outh rms, 2d floor, 1523 26th
stnw ,. 5 00
2448 F stnw, 5 rms 6 00
The above is only a portion of the prop
erty on my books. For full list call at
orfice for bulletin. Issued on 1st and 15th.
THOS. E. WAGGAMAN,
917 F st. nw.
FORSALE or Rent 7-room housc;summer
kitchen, cellar, attic, large barn, orchard:
half acre: line electric road; water in
kikhen"; $2,600; easy terms. DUCKETT,
DENT & CO., 635 F. apll-3t
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Cheap to good colored ten
ants; I have five good houses on lettered
stieets, 6 to 0 rooms. B. F. SAUL, 508
For rent cheap.
15iu 30tu s., & rs,b, furnace $28
65 R St.. rs, b, furnace $27.50
2415 Pa. ave., 8 rs. b $25
600 B, ne..7 r., stable, back yard fc25
NE. cor. 3d and R, large store $25
3005 P. 11 rs . b furnace $30
223 A st. se., 10 rs. and b $45
1410 Corcoran&t .8 rs. b., furnace. .$32.50
1823 12th st.. 6 rs. and b $18.31
612 8 St., 6 rs. and b $15
1127N. J.ave. se.,6rs.andb $12.50
724 iHhist.be.. 6 rs. and b $18.50
1522 10th st.se., 6 rs, and b $27.50
1710 lst.st.se., 6 rs. and b $20
S E cor. 12th and G ne.. 8 rs.and b, make
apll-2t 508 11th st.nw.
FOR RENT-HOUSES -
1300 G st. ne., 6 rooms....'. $22.50
815 C st. ue., 6 rooms 21.00
618 7th st. ue.. 6 rooms 18.50
61 L st. uw., 6 rooms 17.00
342 Elmst , L. D. P., 6 rooms 16.50
2006Greeii'sct.nw.,4nns., water.. 10.00
608 BreweTsct. ne., 4rms., water.. 8.00
COLLINS & GADDIS,
npll-3t 511 llth st. nw.
FOR RENT-Only 20 minutes rhle f rom
house to Capitol; new house; all mod.
imps.; owner will furnish 4 rooms, en suites
of parlor anil bedronum for 2 or 4 gentlc
111011. Address OWNER, this office. It
FOR RENT 4122 Conduit, 6tooiii, porch,
cellar, water, stable, grazing, eta, near
Electric railroad; key 134S.5th st. nw.
apl 1-3 1
FOR RENT Furnished, for six months,
six rooms, press-brick houtc, in south
west. $22 per month: can take charge im
mediately. Address 0. B, K.t this office.
FOR RENT $10.50; 6-rm. frame; large
cellar, water nnd sewer; stalilc and
wagon shed: on car line: 1105 D st. ne.
'or keys apply to 819 Maryland ave. ne-lt-em
FOR RENT No. 60215th st.ne.;6 rooms,
pressed brick front; bay window; newly
papered and painted; $15.20. F. J.
UlEUDONNE, Ohio Bank building. apl0-3t
FOR RENT 1530 Huron st.. a 5-room cot
tage, with large yard; key at 1924 14th;
no objection to colored. np!0-3t
FOlt KENT Baker v, large house, store aud
stable: nt Tor any business: cheap rent
1810 5th st. nw. Inquire of I. OTTEN-
BEKG, :243 7th st. nw. ap9-3t-em
FOR RENT On reasonable terms, three
story modern brick house, 212 North
Capitol St.; 10 rooms and bath; convenient
to every line of street cars. Apply
OWNER, 21 4 N. Capitol st. nw. ap9-3t
FOR RENT-422 6 1-2 St. sw., 2-story 5
room brick; water in kitchen; running
closet: will rent to a good colored family:
only $12.50 per month. R. E. BRADLEY,
1303 F st. ap7-4t-em
FOR RENT -405 and 407 3d 8t. 6W.. six
room brick, water, in splendid condition;
to deblrable colored tenants; $13.50 each.
Apply 942 K. st. nw. apl-tf,em
WANTED House; rent to go to the pay
ments; will purchase if house suits; a. m.
I.; not very far nw.;inuatbe nw. .ALLEN
TOWN, this office. apS-3tem
FOR SALE STUUKUAN.
1 3-4 ACRES of prime land; 18 miles from
Washington; 1 mile from railroad station;
dwelling, 4 rooms and kitchen; store
20x46 ft., and outbuildings. Price, $600.
25 acres, all under cultivation; 1 mile
from railroad station: in Maryland; small
dwelling and barn; chicken houses, etc.:
Aounsr orchard; running water. Price,
fc6 acres and Improvements near same
station. Price, $1,600; $600 cash, bal
ance to suit.
5 acres and 4-room house; 10 minutes
walk to railroad stnMon; well at door; Jand
ull fenced. Price, $500.
E. E. PERKINS,
apll-3t 605 6th st. nw.
FOR SALE One acie of ground iuAiiacos
tia, 3 squares from car line; splendid
truck garden; improved by a cottage; will
i-ellfor $1,200: $100 cash, balance on easy
tonus: a bargain. Address GARDEN, this
FOR RENT SUBtnULYN.
FOR RENT A desirable country place,
convenient to railroad; house furnished.
Apply 918 N'. Y. ave. ltem
FOR KENT 9-room cottage at Woodslde,
on Met. Branch B. & 0. K. 11.; furnace;
hot and cold water; large lot; 1 mile fiom
electric card; $20 per mo. DULANY,
FLEMING & LEE, 1320 F at. mh27-tf
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13th St. & Pa. Ave.
o?I Alexandria, 6:40, 7:05, 7:30, ex.;
8:00. 8:30, ex.; 'D;00. 9:50, ''10:05, ex.;
11:00, U.-45 a. m.. la.otj. ex.: 12:30,
l:lo. 1:45, 2:05, ex.; 2:40, '3 30, 4:00
ex.: 4:15. ex.: 4:45, 5:00, 5:20. ex.;
?,:iA 6:0G c.; 6:20. 7-00. "3:00, '9:00,
10:00, 11:20, 11:55 p. m.
Dally. No express Sundays.
lor itount Ternon, Kiverside and way
stations, "6.40, 10.05 a. m., 12:05, 2:05,
4:1C p. in.
"Dally, extra Sunday at 11 a. in.
For Arlington, hourly from 8 a. m. to
g !' m. Ja6-tf.em
OLD POINT COMFORT
Without Clinnce o Cars.
& HOURS FROM WASHINGTON
VLV PENNSYLVANIA. K. F. ft P. AND
CHESAPEAKE & OETJO RAILWAYS
Srli-il hi. 1 n t-rrecc FeDru.irv St. IS97
WASHING TON & OLD POINT SPECIAL.
4 .it p. m. Tuebdays, Thursdays and Hatur
Solid vesilbuicd, elcctrle-lJgnted, steam
aeated train, with comlvnation coach parlor
car, timing car auaobservatmn car through
without change Arrives Richmond 7:43
p. m.-Old Point. 0:50 p. m
10:57 a. m. dally except Sunday. Par
lor car Washington to iiiuamond and Rich
mond to Old Point Arrive Richmond 2-45
p. m. Old Potnu 6:30 p. m. Transfer as
Tickets ana reservations nt offices Penn
sylvania R. 14 . ISlh and O bts.. aol at sta
tion. Full information at 0. & O. ticket
II. v ..FULLER. General TasscngerAgent
iiuu. Miiruer buuij, t wi &.- u -. v"",
lunchroom, F st. nw.; $400, milk route
Hi st. nw.; $1,000, saloon, 1200 llth
barber shop, 7th st. nw.:
st. se.: 51.400. feed store, nw.; $2,500,
saloon, 7th st. nw.: $5,500, hotel and bar.
Pa. aVe. FULTON R. GORDON, Bus.
Exch., 918 F St. apll-3t
FOR SALE Cigar store; established 25
iO; low rent; leaving city. 717
bin be. se.
FOR SALE Butter route, horse, wagon,
scales, boxes, etc. For particulars ad
dress BUTTER, this office. It
WANTED Lumber man Who -will purchase
0 minions reet timber; ouk, nenuocK,
white plae; will sell land and timber; $3.50 1
per acre. P. O. iiox 315, Washington, j
D. U. It ,
DR AD SHAW can sell your business quick.
tan -i-j-t Louisiana ave.
TO BUY a paying grocery Btore on Fa.
ave. nw. bee BRADSHAW, 491 Louis
iana ave. apll-3t
FOR SALE Long lease, license, stock, fix
tures, and furniture of a paying hotel
Close to lapicoi, lor -?-i,uoi casn; or win
exchange for unincumbered city property;
satisfactory reasons for telling. Apply
WALSH E &. SCHWARTZ, 606 F St. nw.
PEitKON havmp cash can leain of a lare
and very profitable investment by ad
dieting j. u., this olilce. apl0-3t,em
HAVE XOV a store or fixtures, pianos,
bicycles, watches. Jewelry, anything to
sell? Place it in our hands: we can sell it
COJIMERCIAL EXCHANGE, Room 2, 610
F st. nw. apl0-3t-em
i FOR SALE- Corner grocery: Georgetown;
! excellent iieighlwrhood: rent cheap; of-
' lercd at a bargain. Address ldlo 3uth
t. nw. lt.em
FOR SALE The oldest and best paying
grocery stand in 5th and K St Market;
owner leaving city. RARE CHANCE, this
office. ap l0-3t
IF "F. E. W.," who advertised In Mon
day's Times for first-class grocery, will
address "STORE," this ofrice, he will
find it to his advantage. apl0-3t
FOR SALE -Cheap Saloon on Pa. ave.,
doing a good business: good reasons for
seiliug. Address CHEAP, this office.
WANTED Partner, lauy or gentleman.
with $150. in letritlmate, profitable busi
ness. PHOTOGRAPHER, this office.
FOR SALE Cigar store, near Pa. ave.;
one or the bebt locations in the city; bar
gain. HRADSUAW, 494 Louisiana ave.
FOR SALE Lunch room: Pa. ave.; paying
biisine.-w; location central; rent reason
able; bargain. BRADS BAW, 494 La.
ave. ap9 -3t
FOR SALE-Cheap; the best bakery, con-
recuonery anu ice 1
Hill: everything com
on account of ill health. Apply
ATWELL. 204 E. Cap. st ap0-3t
FOR SALE Rare opportunity for grocery
man to buy a corner grocery store; nw.;
excellent neighborhood; freh cltwn stock
offered at a bargain. BRADSHAW. 494
La. ave. nw. ap9-3t
FOR SALE A cake bakery, with horse.
wniron. rruitu and stand in nmrkpf-rhonn
Address M. N., this office. ap9-3t
FOR SALE Combined confectionery, cigar,
fruit and light stock of fancy groceries;
best corner In the city; first-class trade
established: will sell cheap: to settle an
estat. Address TRUSTEE, this office.
FOR SALE 3IISCELLATEOUS.
FOit SALE We are showing a very large
assortment of 3ioxlcys Improved Dry
Air Ice Botes' the besand most econom
ical for hotels, butchers and grocers. -THE
J. T. MOXLEY ICE BOX AND FrXTCRE
CO., ractory rear or 214, 216, 218 Sth
6t. ne. mh2S-tr
FOR SALE Folding bed, upright, $3; one
mantel folding bed. $5; oak bedroom set.
$12; walnut maroie-top bedroom set, $9;
2 odd bureaus, .$3; solid mahogany desk,
cabinet, $2.75: large barber's mirror, wal
nut frame, $3; oak table, 75c.: drop-lear
table, $1.50; walnut flower stands. 50c:
.walnut cane-eat chair. nearly new, 50c:
9 odd unholstered chairs, from Si. 25 to
$4.50 each; they are all beauties; hand
some silk divan, $6. 921 New York ave.;
down stairs; not home Sunday; call after
9 a. m., Monday and Tuesday. It
Woven wire Springs SI 00
Hair Mattresses S5.00
Folding Beds - $6.50
Hair Mattresses remade ....$2.00
SMITH & BACON. Mfrs.,
apll-7t 1223 7th nw.
FOR SALE Am compelled to leave city;
will sell my elegant square Piano at a
sacrifice. Address -Box 100, this office.
FOR SALE-Cheap, 7 electric fans with
belting. 625 La. ave. apll-3t
FOR SALE-Handsome folding bed, with
PAlrJ.or: strong woven spring; price S15.
900 K st. nw. ap 1 1-3 1
FOR SALE An upright piano, $95; a
a chiffonier, $12. 131 F st. nw.
FOR SALE A No. 2 Caligraph, durable ma
chine; does good work; price $20 cash.
J. F T this office. apl0-3t
FOR SALE Leather, extension-top, cut
under surrey, In good condition: cheap
for cash, or would exchange In fart pay
ment for good Dayton. Apply 3004 M
FOR SALE Anew $60 antiqueoak domes
tic sewing machine, with all latest im
provements, and five years' guarantee
will oell at k very low figure for cash if
sold at once. Address Box 50, this office
FOR SALE-SI 00 Remington typewriter,
in good condition, $45. Call JONES &
BURR. 513 9th st. nvr. ap0-3t
FOR SALE 1 mantel folding bed, 1 kitch
Xii Jlal,itf' " rockers and 1 heating stove.
22 1 II st,nw. apb-3t,em
OR SALE Full leather-top surrey;
bargain A-WILKIN. 421 X. Y. av r,
FOR SALE Ice box and show case; cheaD
817 12th st. ne. . au8-3t..m
FOR SALE Orsran: in nerfiwt rr,n,utt..r..
$25; a bargain: CAPITAL LOAN AND
GUARANTEE CO., 602 F st. mv apfa-Qt
FOR SALE Feed-water heater, smoke
slack (SO inches diameter. 70 feet high),
water-tube boiler (eo horse power), and
two power transmitters; all Jn first-clas3
condition, no reasonable offer refused.
Apply to U.C.THOMPSON. Chief Engineer
Purity Ice Co.. Armory place, near 5th
and L sts nw. fe25-tf
FOR BALE UOKSES AND VEHICLES
s. 1). Houck, 301 10th sc. 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 and coupe harness;
1U0 government saddles mhlO-lm
bl'IRITUALIST-Wonn's Hall, 721 6th
bt. nw. Mrs. Zoller will hold her usual
Sunday evening meetings; psychometric
leadings, tests, etc.; seance, Wednesday
evening at residence, 813 6th at. uw., bet
11 and I; interviews daily, it
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND X
f'uSsJ?1- ,week days-PITTSBURG EX
PRESS Parlor and Dining Cars, Harri
- burg to Plttamirg. ' l
1U"Ji .' M- 'iNrtaLVANIA LIMITED
l uliman Sleeping, Dining, Smoking and
0,Ds.Srvat,m Care.llarrisbure to Chicago
Cincinnati. Indianapolis, St. Louis, CleveJ
land and Toledo. Barret Parlor Car w
?rwi" A1- KAt? WK-rnlhnan nxre(
i.oI,0Ltar .to Hamburg. Burret Parloi
3.40 ! M r HIT" AGO AND ikr LOPIS
SCJlffeS3r7;SaIecp,D", Car ashingtoa
. 7.L. Louis, ana toleepmg and -Dinlns
nn"ui,iacaTurt'to at" Uflanu"-
KlO P M. ESTERN EXPltESSpmi
ai?,? n,;p,!'1t trar to "Meburij. Chicago?
f.JJL1 ,?S1?s,,l,rK to Wereicjia. Dinulff
car to Liiicairv a
mVrah rD .?JC,PJJ nsL,c?ra Washington t
Pittsburg and Harmburg to SL Loula
ana Louisville (via Cincinnati). JjtauTa
10.40 P. 31. PACIFIC EXPRESS Puli
r r1!?? eeplnsUar to 1'lttoirg. 1
.50 A. 31 lor Kane, Canandaigua, RochcgJ
; ytjfntnd Waara Falls daily, except
JHJ .50 A- 31. ror Ehnlra and Renovo daily,
except Sunday, tor Lock Haven wceK
l M.a Wiiliamsporc 3unday8, 3 4t
7Hrri3I fr. W"UMPort. KocLester.'
Buffalo and Niasrara. tails limit-. fif-rr.
baturday, with Sie-ping car Wnslungtoa
iitlu?p?.nsion ""Cf. a'uurraio
HAU ; -y.- rrErie. Caiiannaigua,
ter. Buffalo, nn.l Nm.oo Vi'J
SieeUimr Car Wnal.ln..rn r L'l......
'iJ-or i'Uiiadoipniu, aw Xuric, ana.
tne irast. ,
T-'-- .'CONGRESSIONAL LIM
, i? daDy, all l'aricr Cars, wltn Din
ing Car from Baltimore. Itegular at 70Q
J5iDK Ca,rl'.so- 9-t" 10.00 (Dining
tar), and li.oo iMimm. , r, umP
0. H.50. IfMlflnnrl li -li 1.' f 5iS
I biladelphia only. last Express, 7 50 Ai
S. 0ay- txp.-ess 12.15 P.
M. week days, 2.01 and 5.40 P. Mj
4 Ko.iyi PTutoa' thout change?,
dally e (taTS' and 3'15 P'-.
,?i,a2?iclP.16y ,T,a Deaware River
Vi.u'a 4-'.i-3"' 5 4. 6.10, 6.50, 7.10.
,...; ". .T.. .. . v- w.iu. .
pnSum'kiyr 70. 8:60, 13b. "bs" fo.ot;
i UM IZ-lJh H-oi..?-.ib. S
7.10. 10.00, 1040 and 11.36 "p. m
xor Popes Creek Line, 7.50 a.m. and'
ior Annapolis, 7.00, 9.00 a. m 12 15
and 4 20 p. m. daily, except Sunday.
Sundays, 9.00 a. in. aSd 4.20p a1tuajf
Atlantlc Coast Line --Florida Special"'
for Jacksonville and St Augustlno.
Mi-4?, P- u week dayo. Express for
Florida and points on Atlantic Coast
Line. 4.30 a. m., 3.46 p. m. daily:
Richmond only 10.37 a. m. -zeek days;
Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Sea
board Air Line, 4.40 p. in da'ly Ac
commodation for Quaattco, 7.45 a. m.
1 and 4.25 j). m. weekdays. ,
, Ticket offices, corner Fiftepnth and O
streets, and at the station, Sixtu And B
streets, where orders can ne iert Tur cfaeci
jng of baggage to destination rrsm hotea
I ' J B. HUTCHINSON. General Manager.
J- R. ".VOOD, Oeneral Passenger Agent
Schedule In effect March 2d, 1897- ',
1 laje Washing-oii 11 ... -. n. n.u. '..nerof
I New Jersey avenue and C street.
For Chicago and rtormweit, estibuleil
) Limited trains, 10:00, 11:45 a. m.. 8:03
i For Cincinnati, St Loulsandlndlanapolla,
, Express, 11:45 a m. Yestibuled LlmlteJ
a.u p. m., express 11:25 p. ru.
For Plttaburg and Cleveland, express
daily, 10:00 a. m. and 8 50 p. ni.
ForToledo and Detioit. 11 25 p. w.
For Winchester and way stations, J3.4:
and ts.30 p. m.
For New Orleans, Memphis, Birmingham
Chattanooga, Knoxvllle, Brlsto' anu
Roanoke, 9:00 y. m. daily; Sleeping C t
For Tioray, 3:40 p. m dally. ;
For Baltimore, week days, B.00, C.8Q
JC7-05, 3C7.10. xS.OO, 8.30, x9.30, rlO.OO:
l:.20. x4.30, 4 35. x5 05, x5 10, x5.3d"
h6.20, 6.30. X8.00. 8.15. xfl.20. 11 15.
uw p. iu-.uuu Aii.ui ingot, aanoays.
p. m.. X12.01 night.
For Annapolis. 7.10 and 8 30 s. tr..1210
and -t.3o p. in.; Sundays, 8:30 a-, m., 4.35
p. m. t
1 For Frederick, week days, 7:3r, 11 4J
1 . ni., 4.30, 5.30 p. m. Sundays, 1:15 p in.
i I For Hagerstown, J10.00 a. m. and :5.30
1 2). m.
! For Boyd and way polntn, week dav
; "' a. m., 4.dU, O.JU
7.35 a. m., 4.30, 6.30, 7.05 p. m. Sun-
aas- l-1,', 7V,5 p- J
' days, 7.35, 9.00 a. m., 12.50, 3.15. 4.807
' ,4.33, 5.30. 7.05, 11.40 p. m. SundaysT
I a.oo a. in., 1.15, 4.3J, f.OB. lff.15 p m
rui tuuiuuiu uuiicwon anu way points
f?.35 a, m 4 30, 5.30 p. m. -week dava!
'1.15 d. m. Sundays.
p. m. aundaya.
Boyal Blue Line for New York
and Philadelphia. (
l All tralnjritlamlnated with Plntach Rent
For Philadelphia, New York, Boston, an
the East, week daya, 8.00, ( 10.00 a. rn)
"Dlnlu-gCar), 12.00, (rL40 Dining Ca- ),3,0 1
H5.05 Dining Car), (12.01 night, Sleeplug
Car open at 10.00 o'clock), Sundays. 16 08
a.m. Billing car), (12.40 Dining Car) ,3.00
(5.05 DiningCar), 12.01 night; sleeping car
open 10 o'clock. Additional train J rot
Philadelphia, week days, 7.05 a. m., dally
.8.00 p. m. ""j
I Buf f etParlor Cars on all day trains. 1
For Atlantic City, 10.00 a. in.. 12 001
noon, and 42.40 p. m. week days. 12 40'
p. nt Sundays. ' 1
I For Cape May 12 noon. 1
:Except "Sunday. xExpress trains.
1 Baggage called for and checked from'
hotels and residences by Union Transfer
,Co. on orders left at ticker offices 619
.Pennsylvania, avenue nw.. New York:
avenue and Fifteenth street, and aC denot.i
il. M. GREEN, CHAS. 0. SCULL.
uen. Paaa. Act.,
(Schedule in effect April 10, 1897.) J
All trains arrive and leave I'emuylvunla
8 a. m. Dally, local for Dan-rtlle, Char
lotte and way stations, connects atilanaa
sas for Strasburg, Harrisonburg, and
Staunton, daily, except Sunday, and
at L.vnctiDurg with the .Norfolk and West
ern, daily, and with the Lhesapeuke and
Ohio, daily, for the Natural Bridge and
11:15 a.m. Dally, the UNITED STATE3
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman BuMeS
Sleepers. New York and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting ac Salisbury with
Pullman Sleeper for Ashevllle and Hob
Springs, H- C, JKnoxviHe and Chattanooga,
Tenn., and at Charlotte with Pullman
Sleeper for Augusta; Pullman Buffet Sleep
er rsew York to New Orleans, connecting
at Atlanta ror Birmingham and Mem
phis. MoIUl train Washington to New
Orleans without change. Sunsecpersonaliy
conducted tourist excursion througn sleeper
on this train every Saturday to San Fran
cisco, without change.
4. 01 p. m. Local ror Front Royal, straa
burg and Harrisonburg, with connection for
Staunton, dally, except Sunday.
4.51 y. m -uaii, meal lor UiarIotte3-
V 1043 p. m Dally. WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN, VEST1BULLD, LIM
ITED, composed of Pullman Vei.tibuled
sleepers, dlulng cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New York to Nash
ville, Tenn., via Asheyule, iCnoxvillo
and Chattanooga; New York to Tampa,
via Charlotte, Columbia, Savannah and
Jacksonville; New York to Augusta, via
Columbia; New York to Memphis, via
Birmingham; New York to New Orleans,
via Atlanta and Montgomery. Yestibuled
day coach Washington toAtlantu South
ern Railway dining car, Greensboro to
TKAlNt.N WA&mNGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION Ieae Washington 9:ui u, m.
auiiy anu 4.15 p. m. daily, except Sun
day, and 6:23 p. m. bunday only ror
lvounu mil, - 1- I"- daily, except Sun
day, for Leesburg, and6:2o p. m. dally for
llerndou. ICeturntng, arrive at Wasmnr-
ton a:26 a. in. and 3:00 p. ni. dally, rroih
Kouno BUI and 7:"6 a. in. daily, except
Sunday, rrom Herndon, and d.j-i a. m.
daily except Sunday, rrom Leesburg.
Through trains rrom the South, arrivo an
Washington O 42 a. m., 2 20 p. m., and
9:40 p- m. dally. Harrisonburg, 12.40 d
in., and 9.40 p. m. dany, except Sunday
and S-30 a. n... daily, rrom Charlottesville
Tickets, sleepiug car reservation, and in
formation rurnlshed at offices, 51 1 and
130O i'ennsylvunia avenue and at Pennjyi.
vmiia Railroad Passenger Station.
Y. 1. UKKEN, oen. supt.
d. it. C-1-1, X rattle .Munngor.
v. A. xukk., Gen. 1'ass. Agent
L. S. JBrown, Uen. Act. i'aas. Uepa
Morning: ana Sunday Times,
35 Cents a JTlonth.
-,.' " " rouwi, 0.10 p. m. daily."
or Baltimore, 6.25, 7.00, 7. 50:ir.OO 9 00
1000, jp.po. 11.00 and li.EO a m.'
u irt uu iiin-