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THE MOKSTESTG TIMES, SATUJRDAY, APBIL 17, 1897.
MONEY WANTED AND TO X.OAN.
H . K. FULTON'S loan orricz, 1218 Ta, ave.
uw., money loancdon watcnes, diamonds,
Jewelry, silver ware, etc. apl6-6m
WANTED -$2,000; first mortage on un
incumbered real estate, for a term or
years; no percentage- Address ;.,h-"-
this office. anl6-2t,cm
LOANS MAJUi ON FURNITURE.
I HOHSKS. HTC.
Loans made on .furniture, Pianos. or?os.
Wapons, etc., at lowest rates and quickest
possible time. Strictly undenUnL J case
call berore eccurlug loans elsewhere.
"WASHINGTON MOIlTGAGE LOAN CO..
CIO 1'" street northwest.
MOXeFtO LOAN-S1.000 upward, at 5
and 5 1-2 per cent, on D. C. real estni.e.
5250, $500, etc., at .0 per cent, al
transactions conducted with economical
consideration lor g-8 IU
apio-tr 1407 F st. mv.
WANTED-Loau of $110; good fcciiiity.
Audi ess J 11., this office. ap!5-3t
IDLE MONEY will Dud a tare G per cent
rel ettatc investment at LNIILU
STATES HOLDING AND LOAN ASSO
C1ATION, No. 1S13 F fct. nw. apl4-3t-cm
.MONEY "WANTED Will sell to pay S per
cent semi-annually, several first trnsc
mortgages $500. and upwards. Address,
TRcST, tills office- apl3l
MONEY TO LOAN, from S5 , to $50. to
reliable parties. J. 11. IJCKNS, Room S.
Central bldg., 9th and Pa. ave. apll-t
LOANS' negotiated on clocks, bonds, old
line life policies, bank aud Bjudicuu.
certificates, building and loan u,?,B?cia:
tinn stock, warehouse recelpta. ec.. no
dclnv. Apply to YERKES & BAKER,
Room -12, 1110 F st. nw. "
MONEI TO LOAN
in largo and small sums, at 5 par cent,
; no delay.
M. M. FAKK.EK.4.1S F Et. nw.
HONEY TO LOAN at 5 and 6 per cent;
socuntv, real estate In District of Co
lumbia; no delay beyond " VI.Hv1,?
jiropertv and examination at title. .AL
TER U. ACKER. 704 1 -1th st. mr. mh2S-tf
MUMSl AT FIVE 1'ER CENT.
To loan on V.ashmgtou City leal estate
.. No delay.
11E1BKKLL & McLERAN.
"LOANS ONREAL ESTATE.
b, 5 1-2 aud 6 per cent.
mb20-liu GASCU DUOS., 1307 F st. nw.
H1T.P WANTED MALE
WANTED-Young men to learn tciccrapiij ,
duv or night
light fcCItOOl. Ui Jiiwi j. v .;
"WANTED Coat maker; come prepared to
worn.. ia.-i u et. --
-Barber, at 220 1-2 C st. ne
WANTED-A first-class barber, at 1217
Ft. iff. a -
"WANTED -Partner, with small capital;
one willing to 0o clerical work icf
required ana Riven: no bioker. Aihlrcss
i a t. mis office. apl-3t
- White barber. 330 Pa. ave. uw.
"WANTED-A suitable man to attend bar.
iMjurdund room: ratr wages. Applj -All
ad G sts. sw., Jet. 1 1 and JL. it
WANTED-A colored barber for Saturday.
200 Tin st. sw- It
WVNTED-l'liotographlc printer. S. A.
T v' "IC. cor. 15th and G sts. nw.
apl-3C .. .
WANTED 2 solicitors to sell suburban
lots; big money to hustlers. OUo oth st.
WANTED --In Washington, a responsible
IMRU with small capiUU, to represent a
Biwtou house. W. J. CALDLR, Room
11, American I louse. fc
WANTED Man for general work on place
in suburbs: must understand cajr,?,1
Horses and cows. Call on 1 . R- M0-"-311CK,
cor. 10th anil Providence sts.,
Bro.klana. D. C. kcJi
WANTED White union barber, to help out
Saturday. 710 7th st. sw. lt-em
WANTED A good barber for Saturday.
210 U st. ne. lt-cl"
WANTED Young man for grocery store:
must know how to cut meat. 0J8 Jd
Kt. ne. -'"
W A NTE D A f I rst-cl ass mechanic In bi-
cvclc shop", no other need apply. Call at
11 56 Conn, ave., bet. 7 and 9 p. in. :
II. COLEMAN. lt.era
WANTED-Pupils in telegraphy: Cay and
night school: typewrilhig. l.-ff Ad
dress OPERATOR, uiis lfice. ap!5-3t
WANTED-A young man, "with 2 or 3
vears' experience in settins type and
mailing job press. Address, stating wages
WANTED Young man to cooutuoor work.
1). A C. this of lice. aplu-3t
"WANTED .lewisli "youns man. wltli about
$25 capital: good proQts guaranteed.
Call 002 20 sw. .after 4 p. m. apl 4-3t-cm
WANTED V Kins men to lcain tlie barber
trade in 8 weeks, at National Barber
Coiiuge, 315 Gtli St.. lull set ol tcoir. nee:
cmistant piuctice; position when through;
circular free. apll-7t
ITl-T.'t' -Y W TED FEMALE
WANTED General houseworkcr; small
familv; no wasluug; S14. G14 13th st.
WANTED White hands to hem handker
chief; work also at home. Call at
LEWIS KERRESON'S, G18 4 1-2 st. It
WANTED Cook: no washing or Ironing;
Sir, per month. 1702 1-2 10th st- nw.
WANTED At ouce. a neat ami fastsewcr.
1L" f st. ne. it
WHITE and colored help furnished; situa
tions procured; new orders daily.
BROOKE. 420 5th st. nw. lt
WANTED-A reliable white woman, to
cook, ivasii, a-idiron for a .small family
near Philadelphia. appji to xo-.i -n
8t. uw., citj".
NTE D Experienced salesladies; r
ce STERNS 004: 7th st. nw. lt-ei
"WANTED A good pirl to do laundry and
chamber work; call after 8 o'clock.
70iytn st. n w. lt-em
"WANTED White cook; light work: no
washiug; good wages. 1702 1-2 10th
. my. aplG-3t
FIVE good homes: reasonable w;.ges; free
or charge. MRS. M00KE, 306 G st. a w.
WANTED Pupils in telegraphy; day and
night school; typewriting free. Ad-
drc:s OPERATOR, this office. apl5-3t
A.iN'l i-ii rout fuoK, Uiitiubcrmaiuriaml
general houseworters; good wagps. 441
O st. apio-3t
11 ELI "WANTED 11 ALE AND
"'WHY he left thenotei blc"ex
plaine-1 by Pastor E. Hez Swem. Sonday
night. Free pews. Fourth st. and Va. ave.
CITY and country servants furnished; send
postal. AIRS. MOORE'S SELECT
AGENCY, 306 G St. nw. apl7-3t
'GOVERNMENT employes desiring to in
crease their income can do no after hours;
119 samples or canvassing; excellent oppor
tunity. Address S. E. C, this office.
S1TI-A TIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED Situation bv a colored girl just
fi-om Virginia; willing to do work of
any kind. Call or address 131-1 llth st.
ju wROSA JACKSON. It
WANTED By colored girl, place as nurse.
i 11023d st. uv. lt
WANTED By a young whitalady.a place
to do light housework in a small family
or iu the country. Call 1343 6th st. nw.
WANTED Washing to do at home or
by the day. 1 10 Reeves fct, nw. It
WANTED Colored woman wants place to
do general housework, or laundry work;
go home at uight. 77 M st. sw. It
WANTED Place as chambermaid or
wrd rtK, by colored girl. 413 21st nw.
a p 1 -at
WANTED By a first-class white woman,
place to cook, in private family, citv or
country: references; will assist with wash
ing and ironing. No. 910 Bel. ave. ne. It
WANTED rositiou by competent lady
compositor; references given. Address
COMPOSITOB. this office. apl 7-3 1
WANTED Place as purse or maid bv col
ored girl from Virginia; no objection to
leaving city. 1816 Kiggs place. It
WANTED By reliable girl, general house
work; also good laundress. 1702 1-2
10th st. nw. npl G-3t-em
WANTED-By a Virginia girl, a place to
do general housework; plain cooking.
A ppl y at 136 Pierce st. nw. lt.ein
WANTED Sltuatiou to do general house--work,
or chambermaid; not afraid of
Work. 1026 21st st. nw. oplG-3t,era
WANTED Br colored girl, place to do
general housework; rer.s. Ill" am ru
nw. ' lt,em
WANTED-A good combination saw table.
turning lathe, aud jig saw. Til E.S Mil H
FLEXIBLE CHAIR CO., Central Power
WANTED riace as chambcrmaidor nurse,
liv reliable colored girl. 942 It st. nw.
WANTED- By a colored girl, place as cham
bermaid or assist with geaeral housework;
best city refs. 1406 12th st. nw.
ap 1 5-3t-cm I
"WANTED-By first-class colored woman,
place to do general housework: reis.
013 llth st. nw. apl4-3lem
SIT17A I iOXSAVAN'I'KD-?IAi!?i-WANTED-By
voting man, good habits,
position as'butchcr; several years ex
penence; good reierenees; leason-aiiie
vr-ip--tJdres BUTCHER, this office- It
WANTED By colored man, place as jani
tor or anv kind of work. 51 II tst. ne.
WANTED-A place to wait, drive, or in
store, by colored youth. Address J 31
Reeves st. nw. apli-JC
"WANTED To rcut. five acres or less;
wltli dwelling and outbuildings; within
five miles of citv aud convenient Ui elec
tric ears; will puicluise if suited. IMME
DIATE, this office.
WANTED-Oty real estate in exchange
lor building lots on Boulevard Elec 11. K.
FULTON R. GORDON, 91SF. Jipl7-3t
"WANTED -Set of double wagon harness,
second-hand. 2333 Bright-wood ave.
WANTED Remington typewritcrata bar
gain, for cabli; state if No. or No. G:
nm.st be cheap. Address WRITING MA
CIII NE , this office. aplC-3t-em
WANTED A trustworthv woman, with
lier son. would like to care for a house
during the summer. Address M. W . this
WANTED To buy, a second-hand cash
register. Address, statiug lowest cash
price, box G5. this office. apl5-3t,em
WANTED -rTRY KUBBER KOOF PAINT.
Will stop all leaks free, and charge only
for painting: work guaranteed.
NAT. RUBBER KOOF PAINT CO.
op'J-tf 1023 Stn st. nw
WANTED -Dresses to make, 55 up: Easter
gowns at suort notice: bicycle suita
specialty: perfect lit guaranteed: Baugh-nian-s
dresi cutter. $G. MADAM HYATT,
V08 N. i. ave. ap3-10t
W A NT El) rOSTAG E STAMPS.
WANTED For cash, all kinds of old United
iSintcs postage and department stamps;
collections also Iwught. H- F. DUNK
HOltSl. 1005 7th sc. nw fe'j-tf
WANTED For cash.gent'sbicyclcin good
condition: must be cheap. Address
WORTH, this orncc. apl7-3t
WANTED To buy old tricycles: must be
clian. Address- J. W. THOMAS, this
WANTED For cash, 2 or 3 bicycles. 3d
WANTED To purchase second-hand '07
Rambler bicvcle; also, second-hand No.
8 Rambler frame, 01 make. 124 llthst,
WANTED -Suburban house suitable for
grocery store; not over 5 miles from city;
with one-naif acre or laud; 9-1 Ui euan; bal
auco monthly pnvnienta. TO 51 Sfl.LI
VAN. CIS K st. sw. aplG-7t-em
WANTED A small house; low rent; in
country, close to city. MRS. FOSTER,
this office. ll
PASTEUR PINE LOTION-Tlle greatest
modern discovery; a powerful dihimect
ant; with pleasant odor; a sure destroyer
of insects, .such as bed bugs, fleas, etc.;
should be in everv household at tills sea
hon of the vear to prevent sickness anil
vermin. Call or send for circular, E. M.
SHIRLEY, 1413 New York ave. apli-3t
MANDOLIN, guitar, banjo, taught: S3. 10
lessons K. BKAlLSFOKD,72- lOthnw.
FENDALL, 510 0th or S30 12th r.t. nw.
WILL trade new Domestic sewing ma
chine for gentleman s bicycle in good
condition. Address BIKE, this office.
TYPEWRITERS rented, with privilege of
purchase; reduced rates; most all stand
ard makes; condition guaranteed; deliv
ery free. NEWMAN & SON. Gil 7th St.
apl 6-1 m, cm
EXTRA VAGA NCE- Paying rent to a land
lord is? extravagance; the money you
now pay for rent iu a few years will buy
you n, home- If you wish to know now5
call on W. C. CLARK, Room 30, 037 D
su lip 1 6-1 in
PIANO tuning, SI .50; good work; drop
Ihistal. 305 12th St. se. JAMES It.
ONLY two more -weeks of reduced rates;
Iwst cabinet photos,, SI per dozen; until
April 30. at CASTLE'S STUDIO. 728
7th st. uw. apl5-3t
FOR SALE Wc arc not having a re
moval sale! Our old stand proves a
successful place for our business, because
we paper rooms for from 2 and upward
aud guarantee satisfaction. F. G. NOLTE,
S10 Hth st. No branch. npl2-Gm
NO CHARGE for consultation. II. D.
GORDON, Attorney, 918 F, Itoom 2.
BUY your safes before they go up; new
and second-hand. TRIPPE, 935 D st
uvr. apl l-7t
1.000 WHITE envelopes, printed, S1.50.
LOW-PRICE PRINTING CO., 631 F nw.
apl 1-7 1
ONE NICE SQUARE PIANO, CARVED
legs and in splendid condition, $1-10; $5
cash and 3 per month.
One Square, suitable for a beginner, nice
tone aud action, S40; S3 cash and $3 per
Pianos for rent and moved.
an8-3rans 924. 7TH ST.
GASOLINE, 10c; lamp oils, 10. is and
loc. per gallon. Send postal. B. F.
DAVIS , 002 2nd st. sw., and wagon will
a. Li. HAYS, cheapest printer In Wash
ington, removed to 441 G st. nw. See
mm about your printing. "Work de
Uvcred when promised." mh27-lmo
THE PURE DAIRY LUNCH, UHS u st. nw.
The best lunches In the city. Corfee a
PRINTING Business cards 70c. per 1,000;
other printing equally as cheap; niaga
sincs bound Tor D0c; miscellaneous books
re-bound: paper ruling, etc. u. ti. WIL
LI A MS, G15 7th st-nw. feO-tf.em
STOLEN April 10; Envoy bicycle, 1896
model, No. 1S.7S1; a ruward for return
of wtieel or information leading to de
tection of thief. JONES & BURR, 513 9th
st. nw. apl6-3t
LADY to rconTand board; full use of par
lor: cheap. Address ROOMER, this office.
THE HERNDON CAFE, 1235 N. Y. ave.
nw.. furnishes first-class board at $12
and S15 per month; also desirable rooms at
reasonable rates. apl3-7t-em
WANTED An unfurnished front room;
second or third floor: by young lady;
sta tc terms. Z EKDA, this office. ap!7-3 1
WANTED A student wishing to learn Ger
man, desires room and board in educated
German, famuy. Address GERMAN, this
HOAIID AND ROOM.
WANTED 3 unfur. rooms on 2d floor;
suitable for" light housekeeping: state
localitv and price. Address UNFUR
NISHED Box 20, this office. 1 1
THE TEMrLAR One squarefrom CapItoF,
207 Pa. ave.; excellent board and room
from 51 to SO per week. apl 4-7t
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT 727 4th st. nw., second and
third story front and back rooms; fur.
FOR RENT--Large, front roo:o.:s!iitablefor
two gentlemen; private family; central
location. 42y llth st. nw.; price $10.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT 3 large unfurnished rooms; 2d
floor; $10; ludies' cushion tire wheel,
So. Call after 5 p. in., 409 Mass. ave.nw,
1-OR RENT 2 large communicating rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping: heat and
gas: S10 per month. Call 443 7th st. sw.
FOR RENT 1711 G st. nw. Fur. rooms,
en suite or single; best location in tlie
city: near all the departments; rent reason
bale to permanenLtenants. apl7-3t
FOR RENT-Rooms. UK St. uc.
apl 7-3 1
FOR KENT Fine front room; $12.50; 2
unfur. rooms; $10; fronting new Library.
134 E Cap. st. 2 apl7-3t
"THE DEAN" Handsome front room for
two; fine location; terms reasonable. 107
Pa. ave. uw. It
FOR KENT-Furnished or unfurnished
rooms, with or without board; nice loca
tiou. 2111 Pa. ave. nw. apl7-3t
FOR KENT Fur. front rooms; southern
exposure; private family; a. in. i.; also
storage room ground floor. 221 D st. nw.
FOR KENT-Chcap; small, 2d floor, back
room; nice house. 1 120 Gth st. nw. It
1-OR RENT Three large second-story
rooms; will rent together or separately.
422lst Lst. no. apl7-3t
FOR RENT-Two nice, unfur. rooms, suit
able for light housekeeping; ?10 month.
One large fur. room, $0 per month. 225
3d st. ii w. apl6-3t,cm
FOR RENT Large, newly-furnished moms:
1st, 2d, and 3d lloors: suitable for 2
gen tleinen 4 la Uth st. nw. ap 1 G-7 1
FOR RENT -One large fur. loom: conven
ient to bath: suitable for two gentlemen;
with board. 1715 Dc Sales st. lt,em
FOR RENT-72 M st. nw.. 2 large, bright
rooms; 2d story front; pleasantly situat
ed; vit.ti urivate family; fur. or not; cheap.
COOL, didlghtful rooms Tor rent for thn
Rurnmerac Pleasant View on Chevy Chose
railroad, 2 1-2 miles from city; Hotel Fair-
llehl IllKt .'loroN rnnd Annlv IIHa A IT
MORGAN, on premises or Teniieilytowii
FOR RENT -3 unfurnished rooms, for light
iiouseKeepmg; newiy papered; bain same
floor; rent, $10 mouth. 421 .Mass ave.
FOR KENT Unfur., $152 large com.
rooms; small store room and back poich;
second floor: light housekeeping: a. in. I.
148 A st. ne. apl-l-3t
FOR RENT-Two fur. rooms; closets; lst
aud 3d lloors; $12 and $10; south hall
room $5; house and furniture new; refs.
OWNER, 221 E st. mr. a p 1 5-3 1
FOR RENT Nicelv Tur. rooms rrom $7 up;
single or communicating. 1131 llthst.
" w. apl 5-3 1
I " I
Whatever it is, you will come nearer
getting it b-- putting a Want Ad. in The
TIMES than any other way.
And it won't cost a small fortune,
either. ONE CENT a word is all that is
asked for them in any of the want columns.
You need not even come to the office. En
close in an envelope the advertisement,
plainly written, with the price of orieceut
per word, and we and the people -ydu'are
hunting for will do the rest.
You may send postage stamps if it
will accommodate rou.
FOR RENT Communicating rooms; lst,
2d, and 3d floors; terms moderate; with
or without board. 114 C St. ne apl6-3t
FOR RENT Furnished "rooms. 203 G st.
FOR RENT 3 or 4 unfur. rooms, with back
porch; suitable for housekeeping; south
ern exposure: only 2 adults in house; also
owner; lovely location; near all cars. 812
N. C. ave. se., Capitol Hill. aplG-3i-em
FOR RENT2 unfur. rooms, with bath and
water closet, iu a quiet private family of
two. Ml 2 Ohio ave. apl 0-3t,em
"FOR RENT Large, cool front room; suit
able Tor two ; good table board. 737
13th st. nw. lt-em
FOR RENT 415 G st. nw.-Furnished
rooms, $1.25 to $1.75 per week.
FOR RENT One or two large front and
back rooms, unfur. or fur. 435 Mass.
ave. nw. apl 6-3t,em
FOR RENT Oucor two unfur. rooms; with
gas; cheap. 1130al.st. ne. upl6-3t,em
FOR RENT Fine large parlor: suitable
for office; rent reasonable. 420 10th st.
PLACE a card in your window for room
ers or boarders; get them at The Times
counting-room, 5c. each.
FOR RENT lst of May, 1 large corner
room, with board; suitable for 2 gen
tlemen: facing park; terms reasonable.
40 1 -1th st. uw. apl5-3t,em
FOR RENT 507 10th St. nw., 4 unfur."
rooms; 2d floor; $14 per month.
FOR RENT Nicely fur. room and board,
$4.50 per week. 227 lst st. nw., near
Capitol. apl 5-3 1
FOR KENT 004 3rd st. nw.; two ad
story rooms; newly furnished und pa
pered; all conveniences; near Pension Of
fice; private family. ap!5-3t
FOR RENT 2 fur. rooms, 1 block from
. Capitol, No. 46 C st. nw., near B. & O.
station. a p 15-3t
FOR RENT 2 fur. or unfur. front rooms;
'"private family. 014 llth st. nw.
FOR RENT 3 unfur.rooms;nlcelypapcred;
housekeeping; $7 per mouth. 21 Myrtle
bt. ne. apl5-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, $4 and $5;
convenient to cars. 420 Mass. ave. nw.
FOR RENT 2 or 3 2d floor rooms, fur.
or unrur.;a. m. 1.; housekeeping allowed.
G23 2d st. nv. ap!4-3t-em
FOR RENT Unfurnished; three lst-rioor
communicating rooms: two front; newly
papered; bay window iu each; range in
kitchen; heat; bath; gas; terms reasonable.
047 C st. sw.. near Smithsonian. aplo-3t
FOR RENT German private familyhas"a
nice fin nishedf rontroom; excellentboard;
price reasonable. 1224 I st. nw. aplG-3t
FOR RENT 1 large fur. front room close
to Tension Building. 708 5th st. nw.
FOR RENT Largo furnished rooms; steam
heat ami gas. -114: Gth st. av aplG-3t
FOk RENT 2 fur. or uufur. second story
rooms; bath on same floor. 1718 8th
st. uw. apl6-3t
FOR RENT 2 uufur. front rooms; heat,
gas and bath; $S; use piano. 1720 8th
st. nV. apl6-tf
FOR RENT Front and back room, suit
able tor light housekeeping; no children.
202 Delaware ave. ne. apl 6-3t
"FOR KENT 2 large com. uirfur. rooms;
second floor; every convenience: also
oilier rooms. 215 9th fit. sw., near park.
YOU caii get them at The Times countlng
rooin: window cardsfor rooms and board;
all kinds, 5a
FOR SALE The oldest and best paying
grocery stand In nth and K sts. market.
B. W. U., this oirico. apu-ou
$1.250 Easy terms -r-Fromc store and
stable at Laurel, near B. & O. and Boule
vard Electric R. R.jjeuitablo for grocery
and postoffice. FULTON R. GORDON,
Business Exchange, 918 F. np!7-3t
POOLROOM, with cigar and news stand;
Pa. ave. nw.; 2 good pool tables; rent
S23.75: price $300. BUSINESS EX
CHANGE, 918 F. ap!7-3t
FOR SALE-Cigar store; established 25
years: $150; low rent; leaving city.
717 Hth st. sc. apl6-3t,em
FOR SALE-Good will and furniture of
boarding and rooming house, running
successfully for 2 0 years; 20 rooms, well
furnished: proprietor retiring; will be sold
cheap. Address SUMMER, this office.
WANTED Saloon, for cash, In 'good lo
calitv. Address 'BROWN," this office.
PARTNER wanted1 'vitli capital, for a
specialty unknown tn America, mid of
which the New York Herai.l and World
made a report full 'if pr lise af:.-i the ex
periments; (no special knowledge.) D. A.,
this office. r -, npl 6-3t
FOR SALE Stock and rixturo-i t a gro
cery, meat and provision slore; cheap ir
sold at once. 82 K-.stjnc. ap!6-3t
A CONFECTIONERY and ice cream btore
for sale cheap. XXX, this office.
BRADSHAW can 3Cll your business fpiick.
Call, 491 Louisiana arc? ap!5-Gt
FOR SALE-Lunch. -and dining-room; lo
cation one of the finest iu the city;
monthly business $700; reasonable rent;
BRADSHAW, 404 .La. ave- aplG-3t
AUCTION -K you desire to dispose of your
stock of merchandise, household effects
or real estate quickly at a small cost, con
sult THOS. J. OWEN. General Auctioneer,
iu: F st. nw. 'PiioneUia. apii-it
FOR SALE Cigar slore and news stand;
owner leaving city. 405 10th st.nw.
FOR SALE-Groccry, meat ar.d provision
store: located sw. Address COLUMBIA.
this office. upl-l-Gt-em
FOR SALE Cigar store: location, nw.;
sjllCUilill uusmunn ii"i tiiuiMi itui-. i.-u
a barber shoj) lu connection. BRA DSH AW,
iu-i i-a. ave. . . ujn-i-ui.
FOR SALE $300 will buy a good located
Jewelrv store and fixtures; also stock,
which consists or watches, clocks, Jewelry,
muslcallnstruiiicntsaiidu.il kinds of strings:
repair work tools, etc, go; must be sold at
ouce; going out of business; do not delay
if you want a grand opening. Address
JEWELRY, this office. apl5-;it-em
KOIt RENT SUBURBAN.
FOR RENT Nice summer residence at
Falls Church, Va. Inquire for particu
irs, after 4 p. in., 1126 Gth st.nw. aplG-3t
STRAYED White male cat; grav spots
near cars; gray tail. Will finder please
ret urn to 92u New York ave. 1 1
LOST Young black and .vhite dog; had
on leather collar. Reward. E. H.
STRAYED -Small black and tan dog; even
ing of the 15th, from 932 O st. nw.;
answers by name of Mac; liberal reward if
LOST Shrine badge marked Almiis. Re
turn to L. B. CUTLER, 312 12th st. nw.
LOST Morning 16th large canary bird;
few dark feathers about wings; $2 re
ward if returned. 912 S. Cave.se. lt-em
LOST-Small Yorkshire terrier; flaxen
hair on head, yellowish body, long tail
and ears; name, Tweeny. Reward if re
turned in Mrs. REDBl'NGTON, 1534 I st.
LOST At the Heptasbph smoker a dark
blue kersey overcoat. Finder will please
return to 714 5th8.n 1 t.em
LOST Black steel watch, with monogram,
uiuire Elevator Boy, Mount Vernon Flats;
reward. . opl5-3t
FOR SALE HORSES .fc VEHICLES.
FOR SALE -A Tight delivery WagonT
cheap, and very prettv; have no use for
same. Call 1224 Pa. ave. ap!7-3t
FOR SALE $20 will buy good horse;
good driver. 1122 181 h st. uw.
apl 7-3 1
FOR SALE-A bargain; very fine, cut
under surrey, made to order, cost $300;
party leaving city;. will sell for $100. Ap
ply 2403 H st. nw. apl7-3t
FOR Sall Cheap Horse, dnyton, aud
harness. 529 7th st so apI6-3t
FOR SALE A surrey and harness-m good'
condition: cheap it sold at once. Apply
1237 I st. ne. apl5-3t
FOR SALE-3 fine horses, cheap. Apply
4431 st. uw. apl 5-3 1
CARRIAGES AND HARNESS Thomas S.
Birch, representing James II. Birch, man
tiracturer of the celebrated Bircli Carriages
and Harness, Burlington, N. J., will be at
the National Hotel for this week, with a
full line of samplo harness; also a sample
of the "Birch Runabout,' positively the
most popular single trap of the season; per
sons anticipating the purchase of either
Carriages or Harness will find it to their
advantage to call and examine this line of
samples; sample-room open from 8 a. m.
to S p. m. apl2-7t-cm
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, 2 siirrles, 2
grocery wagons, 2 day tons, 1 light panel,
and other carriages aud buggies at great
bargains: also horse, trap, and harness.
927 D St. nw. relO-tf
FOR SALE BICYCLES.
Mum vuiue; uoiumotas, svracuses, racers,
Ramblers, Spaldings, Marches, Worlds,
Flyers, Niagaras and other prominent
makes, for ladies, gentlemen and children;
new and second-hand sundries and parts;
salesrooms open evenings; we also exchange
or buy outright; taken on storage. Bicycle
suits, $2.75; root pumps, 39c: also bicycle
shoes. NEW YORK CYCLE CO. , 434 9th
st. n w. a pi 7-8 1
FOR SALE Nearly new lady's bicycle; 21
pounds; standard make;, very cheap. 51S
Uth st. se. apl-3t
FOR SALE-HIgh-grade wheel, second
hand. In good condition. Apply 1329
F st. nw.; call bet. 4:30 and 6 p. in.
FOR SALE $100 standard make gent's
bicycle, good as jiew,clicapfor cash. No.
8 Q st. ne., West Ecklngton. apl6-3t
Mornlnj and Sunday Thnen, 35 centH
FOR SALE DOUSES.
FOR SALE-An offer that will tempt you.
A large, handsome, roomy house, north
west, for $3,750; 0 rooms, bath, pantry
aud cellar; entirely new; concreted ji venue
aud clean neighborhood; imposing buff
brick rront aud handsome interior decora
tions; look at thla if you are In the market
for u homo or an Investment. Terms:
Not less than $500 cash; balance to suit.
Call for key at any time and as often aa
you like at 2.10 Fla. ave. nw. Houses
ubout ono square away. OWNER.
FOR SALE Paying rent Is bad policy
when a home can be had reasonable in
an Improving section for $50 cash and
$1 0 per month. New 2-story frame house,
with about 2,000 feet of ground, 30-rt.
alley, porch, 15 1-2 ft. parking; hydrant
water at the kitchen door; stable, etc; in
few blocks of new electric carline and their
fine office building and cur house; east of
Lincoln Park. Don't miss tills oppor
tunity. Price, $1,425. Title perfect. O.
M. BRYANT. Owner, Warder Building.
FOR SALE-A nice little investment 6
room brick: near the 14th st. nw. cars:
renting at $15.30 mo.; for $1,750; all
cash or small payments. WM. II. 8AUN
DER3 & CO., 1407 F st. apl6-3t
FOR SALE 119 Kentucky are. se., price
$3,500: 6 rooms, bath aud cellar: a. in. i.J
on easy terms. D. B. GOTTWALS, owner,
811 llth st. nw. ap!6-3t
FOR SALE Six-room Tramo house; lot
24x130; built by day work; cost$2,20o;
will sell for $1 ,300; Jackson sL , Anacostia,
D. C. Apply to owner, 1253 K St. se.
I'OR SALE One 5-room frame cottage,
$1,750; 7-room dwelling, &J.30O. on
Lincoln St., Anacostia. Inquire T. E.
REARDON, 3U7 Monroe St. ap-2w-em
FOR a ALE A beautirul new nouse; O
rooms und bath; south front: within one
square cable cars; price only $4,000; a
little cash und balance $10 monthly und In
terest, takes It this week. JOHN F.
1'ARlST, lill G st. mal9-tf-em
FOR SALE OR RENT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETBM,
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F st.nw.
THREE-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
1313 D st nw. lih. 12 rms $2.0C0
1309 20th stnw. bh. 9 rms 22,oUU
JIG and ;U8 1-ltlt stnw, bh
I st nw, bh 14 rms
101 lltn hi ne. bh. 15 rms-- ,-
1 1(-9 and 11 8th st nw, and 3 bh,
1714 13l.lt st nw, bh, 10 rms-- -.
! rame eottuge, Wesley lieignts, 9
117 llth st ne, bh, H. rms '.'''
HW;l l.'itii sc he, bli. G.rnu !..!
48nndoo.MypUes6,bh. vins rliii
TH'O-STfiiiv -rmir-K- AND 1-UAiit.
HOUSES FOR SALE.
1253 to 1259 F bt and 53G to
540 13th st ne """"
90o iid ave ne, bh, 9 rms
1354 Md ave ntf, bh. 6 rms
1520 O stnw, bh, 7 rms
1519 l st nw. bh. 6 rms
1 19 to 147N C ave se, bh. 6 &7 r.
120 to 142 2d stue. bh, 6 rms....
1113tolll7Mstse, fh. 10 &6rs
17 17th st se, bh. 6 rms
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
1 cr it.
1 m n. su iie, on, o rms...
N st, bet 21st and 2 2d sts nw.. ......
Kuiiiuit alley, net 16th uud 1 1 tit.
19th st, bet Eaml F stsnw
7th st. bet V and W stsnw
Pst, bet3ldaud34th stsnw
D st, but 18th and I9h uts nw....
California st. bet lst aud 2d sts ne
P st, betN Cap and lststsue
S st, bet.i,!daad3lth stsnw
FOR RENT HOUSES.
117 llthstne, 10 rms
210 N J ave nw, 7 rms
1418 1 llhktnw. 10 rms
1004 Flaavene, G rms (Stable)
1011 E Cap bine, 6 rms
2011 L stnw, 5 rms
328 Spruce st nw. 6 rms
2904 7th stnw. 6 rms
82.S 23d stnw. 5 rms
1014 Valley stnw, 5 rms
STORES, OFFICES, &c.
. $1 25
. 1 25
. 1 25
Str rm and 1 rm lst floor. 2 rms
.'til I'lrmr. ROH f.n avi
Sir and dwg, -108 llth st sw, 10
1 5 00
Str and dwg, 1275 20th St nw, 6
Str and dwg, 1301 lst st sw, 5
030 D ' sli 'i ' rnV '.... 7.".".". ".".".'.'. .'......
628 D st ,
Str and dwg, 62 F st nw, ft rms..
Stable, rear 716 Gth st ny
Stable, rear 508 12th stnr
Shop, rear 1233 Blagdei's alley..
The above is only a portion or the prop
erty 011 my books. For full list call at
orflce Tor bulletin, issued on 1st and 15th.
THOS. E- WAGGAMAN,
917 F St. nw.
FOR RENT nOUSES.
FOR RENT 7-room cottage in Hrookland,
1) C.two squares from elect ilr cars: mod
em Improvements: rent low to permanent
tenant. Inquire I. S. HALLIllGK. care
Saks & Co. ap!7-7t
FOR RENT 423 lst st. ne.; 3-story: a.
m. 1.; brick residence. Apply J. D. ML'R-
DAUG11, 617 14th st. nw. apl6-3t
FOR RENT-Store and dwelling: a large
Store room aud fixtures complete, ice box,
etc.; separate or dwelling if necessary; for
merly and successfully managed by D. Con
nell for tut last 3i years a a wholesale
and retail grocery store: se. cor. of II and
1st sts. nw.. Printing Office square. In
quire of D. CONNELL, 514 2d st. uw.
FOR KENT 203S 7th st. nw. , store: G
rooms a nil bath; all modern improvements:
rent, $21.50. NAUCK & NAUCK, 1825
7th st. nw. ap!4-3t-em
FOR RENT 6-room house; mini. Imps; GS
Mass. ave nw. ; rent S1G.30, apl4-6t
FOR RENT -40 5 and 407 3d St. sw.: six
room brick, water, in splendid condition;
to desirable colored tenants; $13.50 each.
Apply 942 K. at. nw. apl-tf,em
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR BALE We are showing a very large
assortment of Mox ley's Improved Dry
Air Ice Boxes: the best and most econom
ical Tor hotels, butchers and grocers. THE
J. T. MOXLEY ICE BOX AN1 FIXTURE
CO., factory rear or 214, 216, 218 8th
st. tie. mh28-tt
FOR SALE-Exquisitc cream brocade
satin waist at sacrifice; owner in mourn
ing. Seen at 908N. Y. ave. apl7-3t
FOR SALE House boat, 16x46; galvan
ized iron roof cabin, 14x36; suitable
for gun club or camping party. Address
FOR SALE Just received, fine lot rab
bits, guinea pigs, dogs, cats, biids. gold
fishes, poultry, "etc. SCHMID'S BIRD
aTOKE,712 lath st.nw. apl7-lmo
FOR SALE-SI 3 for $45 sewing machines;
slightly used, and iu excellent condition;
If you want a machine at a lower price,
Ave have them for $7; 5 years' guarantee.
FUNK'S SEWING .MACHINE OFFICE, (at
residence), 327 C st. se-; open evenings till
9 o'clock. apl 7-3t
FOR SALE Attention! Real estate agents!
set Hopkins plat and assessment books.
Address INSURANCE, tWs office. It
FOR SALE Ice box. good as new. very
cheap. L. H. CARTER & SON. 341 N
Bt. sw. . apl6-3t,em
FOR SALE -Best butter ever churned aud
fresh from the churn twice a week; price.
28c . or 4 pounde for $1. Remember, If
its R. B. YOUNG'S butter it is the best.
76 and 77 O st. market, or 60 Riggs mar
ket I'os'tal orders promptly filled.
FOR SALE TIres-$5 pair; best 97's: full
guarantee. MINERALIZED RUBBER
CO. , Saw York. Agents wanted. apl 6-7 1
FOR SALE New Kieea mandolin and can;
$9. 420 Mass. ave. nw. apl5-3t
FOR SALE Nice large rug; dining tabic;
cheap. 233 9th st. ne. ap!4-3t-cm
FOR SALE I will sell my beautiful up-
riuliL (iiuiio. wuicn is nearly new, at a
sacrifice, as I am greatly in need of money.
Address PIANO, this office. apll-3t-em
FOR SALE Two canopy-top cut-under
surrles; 2 2-seat traps, 1 runabout, 3 de
livery wagons, 1 rme panel wagon. L
phaeton, 2 dayton wagons, 1 buggy; ail
kinds of second-hand vehicles bought, sold
and taken iu exchange. 213 llth st. nw.
apl 4-7 1
Woven wire Springs.
Hair Mattresses remade...
SMITH & BACON, aifraT,
apl 7 1223 7th nw.
FOR SALE Feed-water neater, smoke
stack (30 inches diameter, 70 feet high),
water-tube boiler tiO horse power), und
two power transmitters; all in first-class
condition: no reasonable offer refused.
Apply to G. C. THOMPSON. Chief Engineer
Purity Ice Co., Armory place, near 5th
and L sts. nw. fe25-tf
FOR SALE HORSES A til) VEHICLES
H. V. Bouck, 301 loth at. bw.; larga
assortment or ucw and second-hand doiilHo
and single harness, 100 sets of govern
ment wagon haruess; also u large assort
ment or double hack and coupe harness;
100 government saddles. mhlU-lm
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
Prom Station, 13tliSt.&Pa. Ave.
5:40, 6:05, ex.; 6:20, 7-00. 3:00, "9:00,
"10:0C, 11:20. 11:59 p. m.
uauy. .no express Sundays.
For Mount Vernon, Itiversldc and vgf
stations, 6:40, 10.05 u. m., 12:05, 2:05,
"4:15 p. m.
"Daily, extra Snnday at 11 a. m.
For Arlington, hourly from 8 a. m. to
8 1. m. Ja6-tf.em
OLD POINT COMFORT
Without Clmnco nl Cars.
te HOURS FROM WASHINGTON.
VIA PENNSYLVANIA. K. F. & V. AND
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAYS
Hctiedule in erred; Feliniarv . 1897.
WASHINGTON & OLD POINT SPECIAL.
4:lil p. in. Tuesdays. Thursdays and Satur
Solid veeilbuicd. clcctrlc-llghtcfl, steam
neatedtrain. with comlvnation coach parlor
car, dlnmgcarand observation car through
without change. Arrives Richmond 7:40
p. m.-Old Point. 9:50 p. m
10:57 a. m. daily exceot Sunday. rar
icr car Washington to menmond and Iclch"
mond to Old Point Arrive Richmond 2:45
p. m. Old L'olnU G:30 p. m. Transfer as
Tickets ann renovations at offices Penn
sylvania R. 11.. ISlli aud O sts.. and at sta
tion. Full information at u. & O. ticket
H. w . FULLER. GcnerairassengerAgent
PROF. CLAY tells business, love affairs,
losses, etc.: brings separated huHtiands,
wives, sweethearts, or lovers together; re
moves spells, bad luck. 50 cts. 10 to 10
dally. 489 H st. sw. ap!7-2t
GYrSY QUEEN Fortune teller: ladies,
50c: gentlemen, $1 (no sign)- Removed
to 1212 II st. nw. ap!7-7t
THE person riding Envoy bicycle No.
18,781 will hear of something to his ad
vantage by calling on JONES & BURR,
5i;i hth st. nw. aplG-3t
Expert Specialist in Decureof all.forms of
private tnseascs. Stricture. Hydrocele and
Varicocele quickly cured. Diseases of the
blood, skin, Madder, kidneys and svph
ilitic diseases permanently cured. Vital
powers restored. Consultation Tree.
Hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 5. Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday evenings, 7 to 8. No
602 F nw. Closed Sunduys- mhl4-tf
NO matter what you have heard others
say you will be surprised when you Ioc4c
through our rine lot of custom-made suits;
little worn; at prices that will make your
heart beat with Joy. Call and see us.
JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 D St. uw.
REGEN'IA VALASC0. Test Medium; also
racial massage and magnetic treatment:
cures guaranteed; rheumatism a sreolalty
607 F st. nw. apl0-7t-em"
MME. THEC. MEDIUM.
Scientific palmist and card reader know
your rate and fortune: open daily. German
spoken. 25c. uud 50c. 929 H st. nw.
Clairvoyant. Tells your name, age and
311st what you want to Know; also tella
about business deals, love affairs, family
troubles; reunites the separated; brings
quarrels all right; removes spells; causes
marriages aud gti es good luck, eta; always
at home; fee, 25c, 50c. and $1, 925 li nw.
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
900 F STREET X. W.
Gold ridings and brldgo work a spe
cialty, at the lowest price; amalgam lin
ings, 5t)c; full sets or teeth on plates $5;
extracting, either by gas or local spray,
absolutely painless, 50c; without, 25c: all
work done by experts and guaranteed the
best: open ou Sundays from 10 to 3
LADIES needing confidential treatment,
a sure and safe relier in all woman's
complaints and irregulurities. Gold medal
awarded for the science of obstetrics from
the University or Munich. Havaria Strict
ly confidential MRS. DR. RENNER. No,
b 7th st. no., near East Capitol ot, Wash
ington. D. o.
COUNTRY BOARD-Fuirfleld. on Chevy
Chase road; L" street cars puss the door;
every comeriieticc: terms r-aM-nable. one
carfare: shade abundant: highest and mast
healthy location that can be obtained; will
open for reception or guests May 1. Ap
piy on premise after April 20. Will be
out on Sunday from 2 to 5 p. m. W W.
FOR SALK SITJURUAN.
FOR SALE $2,500 will buy a large house
it Brooklanti; near cars; easv terms.
GRACE M THOMAS, 100 Corcoran BIdg.
FOR S A LE-Brooklaud-$1 ,406-wllfbuy
a 2-story, baywiudow cottage; porches,
shade, well and 2-story stable; a bargain.
OWNER. G05 6th st. 11 v.'. apll-3t
FOR HIRE At prices to suit the times,
horses, carriages, and wagons; all styles;
also board horses by the day. week, or
month. WASHINGTON LIV ERY.WAGON
AND HARNESS CO., 927 D fct-nw.
FOR HIRE-To drummers and Dusincss
men. horse and buggy or Dayton, $1.50
and $2 per day. Apply to the REX
STABLES, rear 015 E at- nw.; telephone
call, 109. ma20-tf,em
Should be read daily by all interested, aa
changes may occur at any time.
FOREIGN MAILS for the week ending
April 17, 1897. close promptly at this
ofDce as follows:
"Printed matter, etc. German steamers
sailing from New YorkonTuesdoys, Thurs
days and Saturaays take printed matter,
etc., for Germany, aud specially addressed
printed matter, etc., for other parts of
White Star steamers sailing from New
York on Wednesdays take specially ad
dressed printed matter, etc.. for Europe
The American, Cunard and French Line
steamers take printed matter, etc., for
all couutrles for which they are advertised
lo carry malls.
Mulls for Soiiui nnd Central Amer
ica, west lunies, &e.
SATURDAY (d) At 6:25 a. m., for
Jamaica, per s. s. Silvia, from .New York.
Letters for Belize, Puerto Cortez and Gua-
te ' lit lilllsl be UireeilMI "orr Jll'"l;i."
(d) At 12:00 p. m., for St. Pierre-Mique-lon,
per steamer fiom Halifax.
.Mails for Newfoundland, by rail to Hall
fax, and thence via steamer, close here
dailv, except Similar, at 12:05 p. m., and
on Sundays only at 11:35 a. m.(d)
Mads for Miquelon, by rail to Boston and
thence via steamer, close here dally at
3:2U p. m.(a)
Mails for Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa,
Fla and thence via steamers sailing
Mondays and Thursdays to Havana, close
here dally at 3:00 p. m.(e)
Mads Tor Mexico, overland (except those
for Campcche. Chiapas, Tabasco and Y'u
catan, which will be forwarded via New
York, atter the Wednesday overland clos
ing up to the 10-55 p. m.. close Friday),
close here daily at 7:10 a. m.(d)
Malls for Australia (oxcept those for
West Australia, which are rorwarded via
Europe), New Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji and
Samonn Islands, per s. s. Monowni, from
San Francisco, close here dally up to 0:30
p. m.. April 24.(d)
Mails for China and Japan, per s. s.
Victoria, from Tacoma, close hero dally
up to 6:30 p. m.. April 2t.(d)
Mails Tor the Society Islands, per ship
City of Papeitl, from San Francisco, close
here dally up to 6:30 p. m., April 24.(d)
Mails 'for Australia (except West xns
tralla), Hawaii aud Fiji Islands, specially
addressed only, per s. a. Miowera, from
Vancouver, close nere daily arter April 24,
up to 6:30 p. m., May l.(d)
TRANSl'ACIFH, MAILS arc forwarded
to the port of sailing dailv, and the
schedule of closing Is arranged on the
presumption of their uninterrupted over
(a) Registered mail closes at 10 a. m.
(b) Registered mall closes at 1 p, m.
(c Registered mall closer at 6 p. m.
td) Registered mail closes, at 6 p. m.
(e) Registered taall closes at 1 p. in.
Tuesdays and Saturdays. .
JAMES P. W1LLETT, Postinatoc
,P' Alexandria. 0:40. 7:05, 7:33. ex.;
-,,2' 8:30, ex.; '9:00, 0:50. ,-10:05. ex.;
li:oo, 11:45 a. m., 12:05. ex.: 12:30.
1:15, 1:45, '2:05, ex.; 2:40. "3:30, 4:00
ei.r -4:1 r.. A.-A.K r..nn k-ii r- -
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND 0
7"5m,c?L weeJC daya PITTSBURO EX-
Kfc,ss Parlor and Dining Cars, Ilaxrts
..urg to Pittsburg.
A. M- PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED
o"Dserr.m5,.e.CD,nit; D,1JnP. Smoking and
' .$ rrj"on Cars, llarrlsburg to Chicago,
lan.Ti" D.u,aanP"8' st Loai8' t,eye:
ilamsbur0 eUa "urfet 1,arlor Car to
.rlolncirjo Harrlsburg. UurreC Parlor
Vfir',.ilT.rn30urS to Pittsburg.
3.40 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. L0UI3
-8lecptae Car Wakilngtoa
',,"-. koula. and Sleeping and DiSlnff
7.10 V. 11. VVESTEKiN KXt'KESS-Pnll
Sf-PWR Car to IMttebur?, cWSg":
pitr-n ?,!? ,bWnB ,cara Washington to
ii. , 7urK and Harrisburg to St. L011I3
and Louisville (via Unctnnatl). Dlninr
10-,1H, K,-1', FACTFIC EXPKESS-FulI-7
ril ? "-eP'agCar to rittstyirg.
iw nn'tf"116, Canandaigua, Eoche3-
tr.fA , inu asara j?ail3 dally, except;
'v; r?r Ji""r-1 andlienoro dally,
except Sunday. For Lock Haven week
! yLa w"amsporc Sundays, a-40
7'lu,rK'x, fJ. Wll'iamsport. Rochester,
Hurralp and Magara Fails dally, excepc
Saturday, wltli Sleeping Car Washington
iiftn V?,nsOT "nu-gk via Burralo. S
rir n.SVr Krie.' canandaigua. Rochea
SiuiiYn."r!.0r' ta? ,1Niaera Fails dally,
--.. '-LlH"7 Wttslngton to Elmira.
iur A'tiiladeipiiiu. ew XorK, antt
4ii,?l.1i':. -V-,, "CONGRESSIONAL LIM-
,.. ? ,Ja,-y. a Parle r Cars, with Din-
,wh SarrJotn lialtimore. Kegularat 7.O0
' aT,)Van,u.11.-00 IfJlaiag Car from Wl&
Iiltngton) A. U 12.45, 3.15, 4.20. 6.00,
7,," and, ! L3rj p. m. On Bunday.-.orf
(Dining Car), 8.00, 9.00, 11.00 (Dlnlnfc
ra,r..fro.,n. Wilmington) A.M., 12.15, a.15.
, f-M. 0.50, lo.ou and li.ad p.m. For
. I hiladeiphia only. Fast Express, 7.50 A.
? wo.ek. days. Express 12.15 P.
M. week days, z.ui and 6.40 J'. M.
9Ly; Fpr Boston, without change,
7.of A M. week days, and 3.15 P. M.
For Atlantic City (via Dciawaro Rtrcr
Hrldge, all-rail route), 3.15 p. m. daUr.
i-or UaJtur.ore, 0.25,7.00, 7.50IH.00. U.OO.
10.00, 10.50, 11.00 and 11.00 a. m.
J."-,15'.1.?,-45201' V-1 34 (4.00 lim
ited , 4.20, 4.3. G.40, if.lu, O.BO, 7.10.
10.00, 10.40, 11.10 and ii.'AQ p. m!
On Sumkiy, 7.00, 8.00. 0.00. 9.05, 10.50;
ll.Oo a.m., 12.10,1.15. 2.01, 3.15, 3.40.
(4.00 limited), 4.20, 5.40, tt.15, ti.50.
7.10. 10.00. 10.40 and 11.35 p. m.
For Pope's Creek Lice, 7.50 a.m. and 4.38
. m. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.00, 9.00 a. m., 12.15
and 4 20 p. m. daily, except Sunday.
Sundays l.00 a. m. -d 4.2Up. m.
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Flor
ida and points on Atlantic Coas(
.Line. 4.3U a. m.. 3.4B p. m. dolly;
Richmond only 10.57 a. m. week ddys;
, Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Sea
boar o Air Line. 4.40 p. m dally. Ac
commodation Tor Quantico, 7.45 a. m.
and 4.25 n. m. week days.
Ticket orrices. corner Fifteenth and U
streets, and at the station, Slxtn and H
street", where orders can be left Tor checi
ug of baggage to destination rrom hotels
J. B. HUTCHINSON, General Manager.
J. R. WOOli, General Fas-senger Agena.
Schedule In efrect March Zd, 1897.
Leaie vvi!iiiigion iic-ii . H.iott. tj.ner of
Aew Jersey avenue and C street.
For ( hicigri and .orti v,sr, V3ilbnlptt
Limited trains, 10:00, 11:45 a. m.. 8:03
i For Cincinnati, St. Louisandlndlanapons,
Express, 11:45 a. m. Vestibuied LlmiteJ
8.40 p. m., express 11:25 p. m. t
I-or Pittsburg and Cleveland, express
daily, 10:00 a. in. and 8:50 p. m.
For Toledo and Detroit, 11.25 p. n.
for Winchester and way stations. J3.4
ana jo.30 p. in.
For New Orleans, Jlcmphls. Blrminrtam)
Chattanooga. KnoxviHe. Brlsto anj
Roanoke, 9:00 p. m. dally; Sleeping C. t
For Lurav.3:40 p. m. daily. 1
. For Baltimore, week days, 5.00, C.30
C7.05, X7.10, xS.00. 8.30, x9.30, rlO.OOJ
!.20, xt.30, 4.35. X5.05, XB.IO. 3C5.30.
0.20, 6.30, XS.00, 8.15, x.0.20, 11 u
isllO p. m.. and X12.01 nighC bundo7.
X7.05, X7.10, 8.30, x&.OO u. ta., xl2:05.
X12.40, l.UO, X3.00, 3.20, 4.3b, 3CO05i
X5.10, 60, x8 (10. X9.20. 21.13. Xll.50.J
p. m.. X12.01 night. ,
For Annapoiia, : 10 and 8:30 a. n, 12:10:
and t.3o p. in.; Sundays, 8:30 a. in., 4.35
For Frederick, week davs , 7:3?. 11 4
a. in., 4.30 , 5.30 p. in. Sundays, 1:15 p. m.
I For Hatrerstown. 110.00 a. m nnti rk an
For Boyd and war points, week day
! 7.35 a. in., 4.30, 5.30. 7.05 p. m. Sun
. slays, 1.15. 7.05 p. m. ,
1-or UaitnersDurg and way po.nts. week.
4-30. 5.30 n m. -n-OLlr rn'
'1.15 n. tn
Jlojal Hlue Liuo for New York
and Philadelphia. I
All trains Illuminated with Pintsch Heat,
Vnr Thl1mItflnhlA S'W T,V RncMn Sn7
the East, week days. 8.00, (10.00 a. m.
Tiinlug Car). 12.00, (12.40 DlnlngCa 3.0-1
j 5.05 Dining Car), (12.01 night. Bleeplns
. par open at 10.00 o clock), Sundays, tw.00
I a. m. Dining car ), ( 12.40 Dining Car), 3.00
iiu.uu kiuiui j.h ;, a .u j. uiut, aieeumir car
(open 10 o'clock. Additional trulns ro
Philadelphia, week days, 7.05 a. m.. CallrZ
.u.w i. ....
Eurret Parlor Cars on all day trains. 1
For Atlantic City, lO.OO a. m., 12.00
noou, and 12.40 p. m. week days, 1240
p. m. Sundays.
I For Cape May, 12 noon.
(Except Sunday xExpress trains. I
I Baggage cahed for and checked from
'hotels and residences by Union Transfer
;Co. on orders lert at ticket offices, G19
IPcnnsyiracla avenue nw.. New York
avenue and Fifteenth street, and nt deoot..
TfM. M. GREEN, CHAS. O. SCULL.
Gen. Manager- Gen. Pass. Agfc.
(Schedule In effect April 10, 1897.)
Alt trains arrive and leave Pennsylvania
y a. in. Dally, local for Danville, Char-;
lotte and way stations, connects atMnnos
...c Tnr K traKhurir. Harrisonburir. find
Staunton, daily, except Sunday, and
. .......... ...i.,, ,K.. .N...ir.ill- ,...1 Tnu,
auuton, oauy, excepo ouuuujr, unn
Lvncnburg with the Norfolk and West.,
i daily, and with the Chesapeake and
lib dailv, for tho Natural Bridge and'
ll:15.a.m. DaUy. the UNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman HurteB
Sleepers, w York and Washington tcr
Jacksonville, uniting at SaUsbury with
Pullman Sleeper Tor Asherjile and Dol
Springs, N. C.KuoxvIIle und Chattanooga,
Tenu. and at Charlotte with Pullman
sleeper Tor Augusta; rullmon Dufrct Sleep
er Avw York to New Orleans, connecting:
at Atlanta for Birmingham and Mem
jjhi.. fcolid train Washington to New
Orleans without change. SunsccpersonaHy
conducteil tourist eXCTU-slonthrougn sleeper'
on tiiia train every Saturday to San Fraa
"ciBCo, wltliout change.
4 01 p. m Local for Front Royal, straa
burg and Harrisonburg, with connection for
Staunton, dally, except Sunday.
4 51 p. ni taiiy, local ror Charlottea-
VloVl3 p. m Dally, WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN. VESTIBULED, LIM
1TED, composed of Pullman Vci.tibuleU
sleepers, dining cars and day coacnea.
Pullman sleepers New York to Nash
ville. Tenn., via Asheville, EnoxviUo
and Chattanooga; New York to Tampa,
via Charlotte, Columbia, Savannah and
Jacksonville: New York to Augusta, via
Columbia; New York to Memphis, via
Bitininghani; New York to New Orleans,
via Atlanta and Montgomery. V catlbuled
day coach Washington to Atlanta. South
ern Railway dining car, Greensboro to
IIUNON WASHINGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Y-aslilngton U;oi u. m.
tiaiiy aim 4:15 p. m. daily, except Bun
day, and 6:25 p. m- Sunday only ror
Kuund HiU:4:32 p. m. daily, except Sun
day for Lccsburg, and 0:-5 p. in. dally ror
lierndua, Returuing, arrive at Waanuig.
ton S.26 a. m. and 3:00 p. m. dally, rrom
Round HUl and 7:06 a. in. daily, excepc
Sunday, irom Herndon, and 8:31 a. iu.
daily except Sunday, rrom Lccsburg.
Through tratus from the South arrive afi
Washington 6:42 a. in., 2:20 p. m., and
"d:lo p. m. dally. Harrisonburg, 12:40 p.
m., and 0:40 p. m. daily, except Sunday,
and 8:30 a. n., dally, rrom Charlottesville.
Tlckets.-eleeping car reservation, and in
formation iurulshed at offices, 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenue and at Pennsyl
vania Railroad Passenger Station.
Y. li. Uittas , Gen. ttnpt.
r J. M. CUL.r, 'lrnlllo Manojrer.
1 v. A. xuiiK, Uen. Pass. Aeenr.
j. S. Drown, Uen. Ajrt. 1'aos. xept
FOR SAXS IX)TS.
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1313 F st. av 4&-3fc ,
I uai3, i.ju, u.uu u. ra., i.uu, o.JO 4 SO.
! 4.33. 5.30. 7.05, 11.40 p. m. SundaysJ
, y.OO . in., 1.15. 4.33. f.05, 1O.10 p. i
For Washln;;tin Junction .infl-rrn-r nnino