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THE MORNINGr TIMES, Sa.TUK.DAY, APBIL 24, 1897.
ypXISY AVANTKD AM) TO LOAN.
ILK. FULTON' sloaa of fics, 121SPa, ave.
nw., money loawdo.i watcncs, diamonds,
jewelry, silver -ware, etc. aplO-Gin
LOANS 1IA1IK ON JjTjKNirUHR.
i HORSES. 12TC.
Loans maao on If urnlturc. Pianos. Horses.
Wagons, etc.. at lowest rales nna quickest
possible time. Strictly confidential. 1 lcnsc
call Uerore securing loans elsewhere-.
WASHINGTON MOlFrGAGE LOAN CO..
610 y street northwest.
LOANS ON tfEAL ESTATE.
5, 5 1-1!. and 6 per cent.
a,p20-lmj GASCti BROS, 1307 F st. nw.
MONEY TO LOAN, Trout 55 tu $50, to
reliable parties; no collateral required.
Room 8. Central bldg., 9th and Pa. ave.
MONEY TO LOAN Sl.ooO upward, at 5
and 5 1-2 per cent, on l. C. real estate.
S250, $."i00, etc.. at 0 per cent; nil
Iran suctions conducted -vvttli economical
consideration for bouoWeiH.
v 1LLLM 11. SALMH' Rj? ' f Y.-
aplO-tr 1407 !' ct. nw.
LOANS negotiated on stock bonds, old
nue me policies, nun- uu -...
MOSEI TO LOAN
in largo ana binall sums, at 5 per cent.
i . M. M. PARKER, 141S 1"' til- nw.
MONEY TO LOAN at 5 and 0 per cent;
n.curitv, real felaie In District or o
u..ibia; no delay beyond an inspection i or
irpeny and examination of title. Ab
Ti.R 11. ACKEU.70 14th st nw. niU-jtf
ilONEi. AX FIVE PER CENT-
To loan on WaMimfitou cuy ical estate
UEISKELL .V; AlcLERAN.
lOQSFst. nw. mb-Otr
WANTED -Barber for Saturday. " good
Kliop boy, steady. 1937 l-Uli t. nw. it
AVANTED 1 barber, wliitc 226 1-2 C ne.
AVANTED-Flrst-class white J.Mncr; im-
mcdiatolv; S3 for today. JIM s PLACL,
4)34.JL-2'bU. sw. "
AVANTED Good barber- 505Gst. nw. l.t
"WANTED -A white barber. Apply 41 IE.
Cap. st. lt
"WANTED 1'artner in show business, with
300. 22 7 l'a. ave. nw- up.i4.-J 6
"WANTED Good pay to five bright hus-
tiiugmen; call befoic 12 o'clock, room 10,
"Warder building, 9th and ! sts. nw.
"WANTED -Two young men for comedy
coiupaiii-; biiinn.er season: wiiue. wu
arter 7 p.m., E. TABER, 21S N. J. ave.
ii w. it, tin
"WANTED -A good barber Tor Saturday ;
219 11 st. ne. ll.ei
WANTED 2 colored solicitors to sellsub-
urban lots; big money to hustlers. 003
Oth stjiw ap-.it
AV ANTED -Good white barber for Satur
day: GO cents on the dollar. 1359 H st.
"WANTED 2 first-class white barbers.
JIMS PLACE, 403 -11-2 st. sw.
"WANTED -A first-class, ordinary life in
surance solicitor; lirst-class only; live
ontipiiuv and good terms. AJAv. this
"WANTED- 1'arty with about $500 to join
me in placing ia the market several medi
cines of merit; no triflers need auswer.
Aiklr-'ss PROPRIETARY, this ofllce.
WANTED Two energetic ex-department
clerks can earn $500 in thirty days. Call
at oc-. u. a. uiNSMOitE, o2t vtn nw.
'FOR RENT" cards. In plenty, at Busi
ness omce of The Times; 5 cents each.
J71-1-1 "" A yT ED-FKMALK
VNTED ilv MrB. Weeks, formerly Mrs.
Dunning, 700 13th st. nw., tollable white
-walking iiousekeeper: pay, 512; ten white
-women for liousework; good frages; -white
ciiambeiniald and waitress, pay, "14. It
"WANTEU -White general housekeeper. Tor
fanniy of two; wages $15. Gl-1 13th
Bt. nw. It
"WANTED A voung lady typewriter. Ad
dress, stating experience and waes,
T. 1... this offica. " It
WANTED -Reliable, neat colored girl; good
cook audlaundr-'ss;stay nights; family of
two. Call 1 508 Kenesawave. It
WANTED A white girl as cook and light
housework in a small faintly; no walt-
lng; Uernian preferred. Apply at 323
4 1-2 st. sw. ap23-3t-cin
WANTED -A reliable girl, for general
house work; refs. required, lit 17 Le
Droit ave. nw. ai23-3,ein
tVAKTE D First-class waist trimmers; non e
but experienced liandsneed apply. SEAL,
1C11 O st. nw. 1 t-ein
WANTED -Settled woman for general
housework in small family in suburbs,
near city. Apply 1115 G bt. nw.. 3d floor
front, from 10 to 4. ap22-3t,ein
"WANTED 4 cooks, chambermaids and
general houseworkers; gooil wages.
411 G St. up22-3t
WANTED A good hand to help on vesta.
Address VESTS, this office
W ANTED - A capable, neat girl as cook and
lauuuress ana a.sstsL wun general iioute--worjc
where secoad girl is kept; stay nimbus.
Call for two days, between 5 and 7, 1113
1 lth st. n w. ap21-3t-em
WANTED At Madame Mallison's Eclectic
Cutting School and Diessniaklng Acad
emy, G04 12th st. uw., ladles and misses
as pupils; posiUont. furnished those holding
diplomas; patterns cut to measure: diess
inukmg done reason abl. Send for cir
I1EL1 WANTKD IALE AND
'PUPILS wanted to learn telegraphy.
OPERATOR, this office It
WANTED -"My Visit to the Oldest House
in America." Pastor 13. Hez Swem x-
plains Sonday night It
WANTED First-class tailors and tall-
oresscs at J. PEKOFSKY'S, 1S46 7tli
Et n w. ap2.5-3t
"WANTED Cooks, general houseworkers,
waiters, drivers, porters, chambermaids,
nurses, boys, farm hands, gardeners, laun
dresses, janitors, watchmen, engiueers, fire
men; quickest place to get work. SHAC
KLEFORD"S,427 llthst. nw. apl7-7tcm
WANTED By young man, employment in
grocery or general store; s:na!l wages; ed
ucation and experience; best references.
3'. U. IL, 22G3dst. nw. ap21-;it
WANTED By a first-Jlass -tiamberiiald,
place; also a first-class iok; 'in give
good ref. Please call or address 2 Wylie
plaee nw., bet. 13th st. and Vt ove.
AVAKTED A settled gentleninn of abilitv
wislies a position of tiust or will travel
Tar ii dCKirHi; ermanent: salary no ob
ject: 101 reference.- B., 201 E st. nv.-.
"WANTED By a lesjiectable voung eol
oied man, place as coachman in private
family. Please call at No. 1"23 13th
WANTED Situation in coal or wood busi
ness: many years experience: can bring
Home trade. Address WEIGHER, this of-DA-e.
WANTED Place by a man cook; good
references; go anywhere. 913 11th st.
WANTED -A positioa of any kind by two
respectable young white men. who are
not urrnid of work. Address W. F. SI
this office. it "
WANTED Situation as valet or cook.
Address 142G D st- nw. it-cm
WANTED By young man, thoroughly un
derstanding care of hortes and private
waiting, situation; citv refs.; willing to
go away for the summer. S. M. D.. Ihis
A iOUNG man wishes a good station
and make himself generally usffnl, in
city: good reTerenccs, IT necessarv. call
or address G4 Dcfrecs sr, nw. an22-3trem
"WANTED Neat and industrious UeriiiarT
girl wishes Housework; would like to be
permanent. M. E. Ii., this orflce.
WANTED Washing to do at home. 400
Wilson st. nw., Howaidtown. It
WANTED -Situation by woman as cook
or chambermaid; lirst-class rcf. 1702 1-2
10th st nw. ap23-3C
WANTED-Places for 3 girls; chamber
maid, nurse, and cook; best city ref 6.
1009 10th st. flff. ap23-3t
renificatHs. Iiulldlinr and loan aw-""-':
Uon btoek, warehouse lcceipts. etc.. no
dtflay. Apply to YEiaCES , BAi-LR,
K.ont -12.-11X0 F -t. nw.
stvi-aTIi )"S V ANT 'm -1;' TOI AT. V
WANTED A cook's place; city refs.
HEKTIE MAHONEY, 461 K st. sw. lt
AVANTED Washing to do at home or by
the day. 431 Washington st. It-em
WANTED Washing to lake nome; clean
ing rcoms also. 1457 Samson st. nw.
WANTED By competent coloied woman
a situation as ceok; no objection to gen
eral housework in small family. Call or.
;-.' wjj CASSIEBEAZ LE Y . 1703 K St. nw.
'WANTED -By two colored women, places
to work bv the day or as cooks in the
city or to go a way. Call at 14.1 5 3d st. nw.
WANTED By colored girl, pluce as cham
beniuiid or nurse; private family. 40y
K st. se. it-n
WANTED-By white woman, place to coot
or Uuht housework. Please call M. i.,
724 lOtii st. nw. lt,cm
YANTED-By colored woman, place as
conk or second cook; best city reference.
1406 12th St. nw. np23-3fcm
WANTED -By 2 colored girls, situations
as chambermaids or general housework
ers. 411 G st. np23-3t
T Yl' EW!UTING-Law, correspondence;
cheap rates. Room 19, 1417 G sL uw.
WANTED -Hv colored girl, place as cham
bermaid. 1003 L st. nw. ap21-3t-cm
A FIRST-CLASS meat or pastry cook Tor
hotel or icstauraut, or first-clas.s private
family, can he nad by calling at 423 N. J.
ave. WL. D.B. ap22-3t,em
WANTED - Uv cook, situation in small fam
ily. 2143 9th sr. il w. up22-3t-eiu
WANTED Place bv a wliitc country girl
of good ciiaracter, as cook or house girl:
can give best of ref. Address MAGGIE
COSTELLO, Wellington, Va. np22-3t
WANTED-Horse and light rig "in coun
try for its keeping; will buy if suits;
best or care. GOOD ATTENTION, tins
WANTED -Pupils to learn
uiiu.ui,uiis oi i ice.
WANTED Bv first-clnss dressmaker; will
make dresses for $2. M this office;
WANTED A small water power cilst mill,
together with a few acres of good land;
must to low 7n price; Md. or Ya. MILLER,
this office, ll
WANTED Lad v wouldliko rellnblecouple,
or woman, to take small fur. house or
room (near E. Cap. St.) with her; cheap.
Addreas Box 81 , tills office. ap'4-dt
WANTED To rent horse and dayton or
light delivery wagon: state terms. Ad-
dress FRANK, this office.
WANTED Building suitable for first-tlass
drug store; must be well located and in
Kood neighborhood. Address B-RL'GGIST,
th is office. it-cm
WANTED Ladies', gents and family wash
ing to do at home. 1743 Oregonave.uw.
WANTED- Dining-room and kitchen, with
boarders already in house; in northwest.
124 llth st. se. ap22-3t-em
WANTED Horse for his feed; light work;
best of references. X., this office.
WANTED The public to know that WM.
EPPERSON & CO. have removed toGIG
D st nw.; fine tailoring as usual.
WANTED -Charcoal broiler; good condi
tion; for cash. W. H. 11ENSI1AW, Crown
Lunch Room, 510 llth st. nw. np22-3t
WANTED A horse Tor three days in the
week; will feed him. Call at 811 H st.
WANTED -TRY RUBBER ROOF PAINT.
Will stop all leaks free, ami charge only
lor painting: workguaranteed.
NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO.
ap9-lf 1023 8th st. nw
BOAHD AND ROOM.
FIRST-CLASS board and rronf room: well
rur. ror 2 persons, at $40 per mouth: also
single rooms and board. 1319 llth st.
WANTED To excliangeiady's gold watch,
in perfect order, carried only short time,
for gentleman's bicycle, standard make, late
pattern. In good condition; must be cheap.
Address GOLD WATCH . this office.
FO SALE MISCKLLANKOCS.
'OK SALB-We are showing a very large
assortment or Moxley's Improved Dry
Air Ice Boxes: the best and most econom
ical for hotels, butchers and jrrocers. THE
J.T. MOXLEYICE BOX AND FIXTURE
CO., factory rear or 2l, 21U. 218 8th
6t. no. iuh2-tf
FOR SALE -Newly-patented telephone de
vice; will show largo profit on small in
vestment of SI 00: exclusive control of
Washington. Call, DENNIS, 207 Pa. ave.
nw. ' It
GREAT BAltGAIN-A fine upright piano;
but little used; also a fine Estey organ;
suitable for church or lodge. SHOE
1AKER, 422 9thst.nw. ap24-3t
FOR SALE Cart and now cart harness:
S20. 401 X. J. ave. np24-2t
FOR SALE Youngs' best Elgin butter,
28cor4poundsforSl. It. BY0UNGS.
7G and 77 O street Market or 69 Biggs.
Postal orders promptly filled. R. B.
Youngs' butteris always the best. ap24-3 1
FOR SALE Sewing mucliinu; New Singer;
latest lnproved; all attachments; oak
frame; S28, today only; also large mirror
and several large upholstered chairs; cheap.
921 New York ave. It
FOR SALE A mahoganv upright piano;
nearly new; will sell low for cash or
on easy monthly payments. STEIFF
VIA NO WARER00MS, 521 Eleventh st
nw., near Fst. up2 l-3t
FOR SALE -Ice box, 6 1-2x5 ft. 7 ft. high;
poplar lined: used one season. Address
ICEBOX , this office. a p 24-3 1
FOR SALE Walnut bufret, suitable for
restaurant, cafe, eta 1035 7th st. nw.
FOR SALE 2 fine wall cases, show cases
and sale: good as new; cheap. Address
Box 34, Drightwood, D. C. ap23-3t
FOR SALE A rare chance to nuy fifty
pure bied white Leghorn chickens, which,
will lay you more eggs during the vcar
than any oilier lircod; also silver laced
Wyandotte and white Leghorn eggs for
hatching. Call on THEODORE BARNES,
000 Center .Market, on Tuesdays, Thurs
days or Saturdays. ap23-3t
FOR SALE A large chest of carpenter's
tools; cheap. Call 917 4 1-2 st. sw.,
roR SALE Cheap; an Estev organ in
good condition; also a rosewood square
piano; reasonable terms. Inquire of I. S.
IIOLLIDGE, llrookland. D. C. np23-3t
FOR SALE-Chcap, 1 top buggv, good as
iiow; 513J stnw. ap22-3t,em
FOR SALE-Two top buggies in good re-
run oAiii iwo top ouggies ll
pair, $35 and S25; 1 setgoodd
ness, $25; 1 side saddle, in goi
S7. At Dr. BARTON'S, 811 19
in in sc. mv.
FOR SALE Six-gallon corfee urii; H. &
Bros. Apply 801 D st. nw. ap22-3L
FOR SALE Cheap, 1 jump-seat surrey,
light daylon wagon, fine phaeton. 1210
Ohio ave. nw. ap22-3t
FOR SALE-A blind lady has for sale an
oil painting of the oldest house in the
United States, built at St Augustine, Fla.-,
by the French Huguenots, in 15G2, and
occupied by the Franciscan -Monks from
15G5 to 1580. The ladv is old and
feeble mid is anxious to sell this pictiire
in order to proem c. something she needs.
Anyone buying it will be doing an act of.
kindness. Her .address is Mrs STARR
1719 13th st nw. ap21-3t,'cm '
FOR SALE Good saddle mare: sound; bav
blnck points: saddle and bridle; complete
outfit, G. T. BOYD, constable, G23 FVw.
FOR SALE -Cheap: pair of tinner's rollers
30 inches. 802 12th st. nw. ap2i-;it-em
outrigger, $25 cash; periect condition.
Address Box 00, this.offlcc. ap20-7 1
FOR SALE-Pool Cable. G36 D St. nw! "
Woven wire Springs
Hair Mattresses remade.
o-xi.- oc iwuuiv, .Mirs
apl8-7t 1223 7th st. nw.
FOR SALE Just received, line lot rab
bits, guiuca pigs, dogs, cats, birds, gold
fishes, poultry, etc. SCHMID'S. BIRD
STORE. 1 12 12th st.nw. ap-7-lmo
FOR SALE Feed-water heater, smoke
stack (30 inches diameter, 70 feet high),
water-tube boiler (to horse power), und
two power transmitters; oil in flist-class
condition; no reasonable offer refused.
Apply to G. c. THOMPSON. Chief Engineer
Purity Ice Co., Armory i)lace, near 5th
and L ets. mv. ftSO-tf
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR KENT 3 1st floor com. rooais; corner
house; bay window front; wUtablo for
housekeeping; range in kit(hfn;gas; hath;
-ji4 ' c st.sw., near Smithsonian, it
F6R HENT-737 13th St. nw., 1 or 2
,.v .rV"L rooms; very leasouable; $1.50
ler i ick up. , j tj
F&.tltl3N"l A ,n'cely fur. bay window
o..n.,.DM.roo.m: M no01" Priv-ite family:
centuil; rcls.; gentleman preferred. 717
-th st nw. ap24-3t
FOR RENT 2d-floor rront room, suitable
iwr i "'i1; ,or tu' Kentlwi"-'". including
nw !1'1 l,er mo- eath. 1035 7th st
FOR RENT Furnished One large fiont
,mf'.!'' ,s,"H,blu .for tw Bt'nUeincu or
"''; j1"!. v'V.liiuk ar Uiotl hoard;
also liall room. ngo c st. mv. It
or w h.,.,mhrV,sheJl ,r u"f'"'dsi.ed; with
2,i LV ,Vlb uuari1: -' Ave. cars. 909
-u bt. iiw. ap24-2t
Krim,r-Unor;H. f,,r" ?r -rBr7.ooiiwt 3d
s-rn h, i,rw A'? 'Se; ?' "Bftt; batli on
8Jmerioor.01G l-jth st. mv. ap2l-3t
'fc.S,'.l0:.!,w'?,rf- '"" Tor house-
---.-,-....,. uv. ii. si. kv. ti'i.r.c.i.t
1HB- clR.,n7" "lir4lW??,llls for "oiuekeep-
i?mnilMImi'1i7f,loas'al,iP,' mrurf.rront room;
cool and quiet; on first, floor. G19 A st!
KVi!n u1v:i,Pr,4 J""1'"-, rooms, ;su Hoor:
Mil able ior light housekeeping. 234 N,
-. : p3-3t
rr).Lr'-TlVcatli.fur- l-tfloor; back
nnA.-i" ' mouth. 722 10th nw.
v;.rv?,L1 A,r 2 f,ir- or "fur. rooms;
TMmioiSon.ul,':.co,1V(:il,l,,lt for bicycle;
.uidti. 171 8 8th st. nw. ap2 l-3i-ein
1"?m:UN,T-A ?r- f"m. rrns.: niee'locn-nn-Ml-"
Cai'ltal mil. 308 n. C. ave. se.
FOR RENT Fur. room, with or without
board. GIG H st. inv. np2l-Gt
i'uit KENT May 1, entire 3u floor. 4
unfur. rooms, 2 large, 2 smaller, $9;
convenient to rour car lines. 15)39 9tli st.
.. ,. - ..
1-OR RENT 2 communicating 2d-fioor
rwims, with board. 121 llth st. ho.
FOR RENT Neatly fur. back room; pri
vate family; $4 mrnth. 1014 25th st.
n w. ap22-3t
FOR RENT Cheap to good tenant; six
large looms; bath, etc.; In extra good
repair. Itiiiuire bet. 12 in. and G p. in., at
1513 Columbia st. nw. ap22-3t
If tlioy are publlHlied In paptT like. JIE TIMES,
wlilcli renclios over 40.000 person veiy ' and
is prolmbly road by 00,000 more. Intrnices uro
evory day coin lng to our notice wlioro fifty and
one Hundred unsworn are received toorio Mingle want
iidvertlHenieut. It dotssn't cost n grcntdetil to try it.
Tin; Times oiilyelmrgon t cent n -wordrriiud enoli nd
verttsemeiit gov Into Tlio -fornlnUj ftnd Jiveuluj;
Times for tin one prloo. Tlio hiuiio nd.ln tlio Star
1 n ;-. .
-would cost from five to ten times'. m;;ihuu1i, and
would obtain" fo-wer answers. AVliutcvec.yoii -ivant
Unit is proper to mulct' public, try with n "AYiint
Ad." Ton need not even come to tlio offlco with it,
for it Is just ns easy for you to count tlio words und
sendtbe nd. und the money in mi envelope as to send
it by a messenger. You do that and lot
and its readers do
FOR RENT ROOMS.
cellar house: Just newly papered; o car
line: stable; 2912 7th st. nw. J. CHES
TER, Room 19, G15 14th st. ap-l-3t,em
FOR RENT-918 N. Y. ave.-Three nicely
fur. second floor rooms, with pnvate
family: bath; en suite or single; transients
FOR RENT- -Nicely fur. 2d-story front room ,
$10; transients accommodated. No. Hot
llthst. nw. ap-3t-cm
FOR-RENT Twouufurulsned rooms, for
light housekeeping; $10 per mouth. , 2
3d st. nw. ap2-3t-en
FOR RENT 3 or 4 rooms oa 2d floor", gna
and heat: water on same floor: fur. or
unfur.; as a flat Tor light housekeeping. 94.
O st. nw. np-3t
FOR RENT Fur.: desirable accommoda
tions in elegant new residence; prices
reasonable; no housekeeping; iefs ex.
OWNER, 221 E St. nw. ap22-3t
FOR RENT 1 or 2 large rooms on 2d
floor; unfur. or partly fur., forligt.'" house
keeping. 35 H st. nw. np2--t
t-CTJ TTVP 'J l.rl.rl.t-. llTlflir POll UPCl illC
rooms; 2d floor; use of gas and bath. Ap
nlv tn 418 N. J. ave. ap--4t
FOR RENT Fur. rooms, any size to suit,
aud reasonable price. 1005 9th st. nw.
FOR RENT 3 or 4 unfur. rooms; light
housekeeping. 100 Mass. ave. no.
FOR RENT Communicating rooms, 1st,
2d aud 3d floors, reasonable: with or
witnout txjard. 114 C st ne. ap21-3t,etn
FOR RENT Two communicating 'ur.
rooms, complete Tor housekeeping; 2d
floor. 613 N. J. ave. nw. aplO-ut
FOR RENT Nicely fur. front and back
rooms, completely furnished for light
housekeeping. 317 Fa. ave. nw.; second
t4V"r i:mi:hVP .n r-ot-. vniir WiiiflftW
Cards at the. Busiuess Office of The
PLACE a card in your window for room
ers or boarders; get them at The Times
counting-room, 5c. each.
FOR RENT Nicely fur. rooms at summer
prices; southern and eastern exposure;
heal, bath and gas; irom 5 up; near cars.
201 D st. uw. ap20-7t
FOR RENT-Capltol Hill, opposite Li
brary, 110 Second st. se., handsomely
furnished front rooms, single and in suits:
screened windows every side; cool and
clean; beautiful grounds; with the owner;
no children. - apl7-7t-cm
AVANTED A fur. room: nw.; terms mod
erate. Address ROOMER, this office.
AVANTED By gentleman, furnished room
for the summer; no attention paid to
replies unless terms are stated, which
must be low. --0 tills office. It
AVANTED Gentleman desires rconi in pil
vate family, near 13th and F sts. nw.
Address immediately, with terms, QUIET
GENTLEMAN, this office. It
AVANTED By young married couple 2 or
3 unfur. - rooms; light housekeeping; no
children; Address 100, this office." It
AVANTED -Three furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; city or suburbs. Address
Box 10, this office. vit
AVANTED 3 unfur. rooms, 1st or 2d floor;
state price by the year ana what it in
cludea. J. M., this office, ap23-2t
WAM'- or a unrur. rooms for light i
housekeeping; terms must be moderate. I
Address T. C, this offico. ap22-3t-em '
COAL YARD, nw.; S5.000; no charge for
good-will: yearly sales, $27,000 to $35,
000; brick buiiditigs, engines, wagons,
scales, horses, and full equipment; old
Ktnud; owner retlrliig. FULTON ,R. OOK
DONjJ3u.Exch.L918 F. ap'-;3t
SALOON for sale at 103 11 St. nw.
FOR SALE A bakcry-in suburbs; large
house, 10 rooms, and store and stabling;
splendid location for, atgood baker: steam
bake oven. Box 342, thisoffice. ap24-3t
A THOROUGHLY experienced hotel man
,., 1........4 t.n.,'(ri.u 'tirtifnut. nmilhll 1(1
WOIUU IllVt-nu .H""M h"" -"l"-- -
hotel or Honor business, or would nian
agasame. Addreto'E. CRAWFORD. 907 I
Bt. nw. ap4-c
WANTED rartner. silent or active, In
good-paying, established business; will
bear investigation; stock, etc., inventorying-
about 4,000; will sell one-hair in
terest ror $1,500 cash, all the money to be
nut rlghtlnto the business; rers. exchanged.
AfMri'HR K IL P.. tills office. It-cm
FOR SALE Coal yard; good location; Ion
..lease and low roiittjeyerything complete
Address COAL YARD, this office.
. ap23-i t,cm
FOR SALE-Can be bought direct from
owner; house and grocery store; o-room
brhk: unincumbered. CB Fenton st. ne.
FOR SALE Cigar store; established -0
years; $150; low rent: leaving city. l
8t1i st se. a ap-3-3t
FOR ItENT-Gcnnan private faniiiy has
a-ulco fur. room; excellent board; terms
reasonable. 1 224 I Bt. nw. ap-3-3t
FOR SALE-Stock and lixtuies or Bro-.M-vstor...
21011st. nw. ai)22-3t,em
FOR S ALE-Grocery store; oiuan rorcasj,
Kood suek; located sw; ask 8200; worth
$;;00. Address SOON, this office.
FOR SALE Neatlv fitted up dining and
lunch room; in good business location,
price low. inquire of DENT Y, cor. of Gth
and U. sta. nw. np--Jt
AVANTED-A partner with cash l)tal
Si, 500 to engage-in a well-esUblbhed
and profitable business. Address C.II..
this office. iin-'"'
WANTED Partner; a man witli nrst-class
business ability anil two to five thousand
dollars can double, his money in six."'0'"1!4
closest I nvestlgatiin ii nvited; no huinbut,.
Address .MONOPOLY, this office.
WANTED-l'artuer with small cnplial ; to
take charge or business out or A aslilnu-
ton; no brokers. Address H. A. L.. una
AViLL KXCHANGE 25 aeicsof land, unin
cumbered; 30 minutes' drive rrom the
citv. for small house. OWNER, filil JU
M IRCELT.A X KOT7S
BY TUEWAY7 if 'I'oii are going to New
York to attend the Grant Memorial, call
at WRIGHT" o TICKET AGENCY, and you
may save money. ap24-2t
WANTED Will take horse ror his feed;
in country. COUNTRY, this orflce.
THE IMPORTED English hacknev stallion.
Coastguard, will -stand Tuesdays and
Fridays at Keleher's stables, 425 ath st.;
two lirat prizes. ap'3-14t,em
GUITAR, maudolln, banjo, taught by
note, $3; 10 lessons. R. BHAILFORD,
722 10th st nw ap23-3t
AV1LL rent my beautiful rustic pavilion
for the season; also roor of same for ad
vertisements; situated near main entrance
of Zoo l'ark. Address E. PIER, this office.
APOLLO INCANDESCENT LAMP-Tha
highest candle-power or any incandescent
lamp in existence: the most durable man
tels; j-our gas bill reduced over 75 per
cent; special inducements for 10 davs;
agents wanted; big -commission. Call 802
E. st. nw. ap2i-7t,em
AT THE Business Office or The Times
you will find Window Cards or alt de
scriptions "Tabic Board," "Furnished or
Unfurnished Rooms, ""Unfurnished Rooms.'
"Furnishel Rooms, With or AVitl'out
Board," "Furnished Rooms, AVith Board."
"Furnished Rooms." Five cents is the
price ot each card. ap21-tc
TO my friends and the public: L. n. Hop
kins has removed to his new store, 6io
Oth st. nw. np20-7t
1,000 WHITE envelopes, printed, $1.50
LOW-PRICED PRINTING CO.. 631 Fnw.
TYPEWRITERS rented, with privilege of
purchase; reduce'd. rates; most all stand
ard makes; condition guaranteed; deliv
ery free. NEWMAN & SON. Gil 7th st
EXTRAVAGANCE Paying rent to a land
lord is extravagance; the money you
now pay for rent iu a few years will buy
you a home. If yoh wish to know now.
call on AV. C. CLARK, Room 36, 937 D
St. . - 3 aplG-lm
FOR SALE We5 are' not having a re
moval sale! Our "old stand proves a
eiltiliL'Ul'lll (ittlOi. 1A m, t.i,of,.rkf..i l...n..
we paper rooms for- from $2 and upward
and guarantee satisfaction. F. G. NoLTE,
810 Oth -st. No bra. ten. apl 2-om
ONE NICE SQUARE PIANO, CARVED
iujb uuu in e(jieuuiu iuuuiviuii, ;pu, go
casli and $3 per month.
One Square, RSitable for a beginner, nice
tone and action, $40; $3 cash and $3 per
mouth. - '
Pianos for rent and moved.
npB-amnw 924" 7TH ST.
GASOLINE. 10c.; lamp oils. 10. la and
15c. per gullon. Send postal, B. F.
DAVIS, 602 2nd st. sv., and wagon will
call. . apG-lm
li. L. HAYS, cheapest printer In AVash
lngton, removed to 441 G st. nw. See
him about your printing. "Work de
livered when promised." nih27-lino
PRINTING Business cards 7oc. per 1,000;
other printing equally as cheap; inaga
tines bound Tor 50c; miscellaneous books
rc-bound: paper rating, etc u. ;. WIL
LIAMS, G15 7th 8tuw. fc8-tf,em
FOR RENT FLATS.
FOR KENT-Flat of 3 rooms and bath; 1
exclusive floor; veranda back; in new
house: convenient to three lines of cars;
rent very cheap. 21 2 3d no. ap21-3t-em
FOR BENT 2G20 K st., 4 rooms; bath
gas meter; S12; refs. required.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE -The finest 6-rm. and cellar
nouse ever offered for $3,750; a location
northwest that will grow youlnto money;
ir you are busy during the day, can show
you the interior arrangement and liand-J-ome
decorations by gaslight; house en
tirely new and a bargain yon will be glad
to accept; call at 23 O Fla. ave. nw. at any
time; house about one square awav on
concreted avenue. OWNER. np23-2t
FOR SALE Paying rent is bad policy
when a home can be had reasonable In
an improving section ror $50 cash and
$10 per month. Newtwo-story frame houie,
with about 2,000 feet of ground, 30-rt.
alley, porch. 15 1-2 ft.; parking: hydrant
water at the kitchen noor, stable, etc.; in
few blocks of new electric car line and
their rine orrice building und car-house;
east or Lincoln Park. Don't miss this op
portunity, i'rice, $1,425; title perfect. O.
-l. Bit 1 ANT, Owner, Warder building.
FOR SALE Mt. Pleasant, north side of
l'ark fct.; 10-room house, a. m. I.; 13,500
ft. of ground; can be bought lotf' on easy
terms; owner wants to leave city. Apply
510 10th sc. ap23-36
FOR SALE 132 llth st. se. 8 rooms aud
bath; a. m. 1.; can be sold on easy terms.
Apply to D B. GOTTWALS, owner, 811
llth ii w. ap22-4t
i-Oic SALE A beautiful new nouse; 0
rooms and bath; south front: within one
squaro cable cars; price only $4,000; a
little cash and balance $10 monthly and In
terest, takes it this week. JOHN F.
I'AKET, 11 11 G t. mnl9-tr-cm
FOH JvALK OH HKNT.
ItEAL ESTATE BULLETIN,
THOMAS E. AVAGGAMAN.917 FST.NVv.
THREE-STORY BRlClvAND tRAML
HOUSES FO.R SALE.
1313 D st. nw., b. h., 12 rrns S2,5'0.?,?,
1309 20th st. nw., b. h 9 rrns .??'"
31(i and 318 14th st- nw., b. h r0'098
53 1 st. nw.,b. h., 14rms H'HSS
101 llth st. ne., b. h., 15 rrns 14,000
1707-9-11 8th st. uw. and 3 b. h.
1714 i:fthHt. nw,,b. ii., 1 Onus.... 1H1J
Frainccottage, Wesley Helghts.Ora. 9,0 0
117 llth st.ne.,1). h., 10 rrns 5,.;00
824 13th st. ne., b. h.. G rrns 'A"('0
48 and on Myrtle St., b. h., 6 rrns.. 2,000
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
1253 to 1259 F St-and 53U to 5 10
13111 St. lie Slu.l'OO
000 Md. ave. ne.. b. h., 9 rrns ir.'00,!;
1351 Aid- ave. ne., b. h., 0 rma '.V.',00.
1520 O st. nw., b. Ii., 7 rrns b,00
1519 P st. nw., b. ii.. G rrns O.tjOO
119 lo 147 N.C.ave.se., b.li.,Gand
7 rrns M'0
1 20 to 142 2d st. se., b. li., 6 mm.. o.uOO
1113 to 1117 M bt- se.,r. h., 10 and
G rrns o.OOO
17 17tli st-se.,b. li., mis i.dno
74 K st. ne., b. h., 6 rrns 3,000
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
N st., bet. 21st and22dsts. nw $1.25
Sumner alley, bet. 16th and 17th, o
19lh st , bet. E and F sts. nw 1 - ,
7th St., bet. V and W sts. nw 1 2i j
I'st., net. ;;wi auu;iicn sts. nw ;
D st., bet. 18th and 19th sts. nw.... 50
California st., bet. tst and 2d sts. ne.. HO
1 sr. , bet. N. Cap. aud 1st sts. ne.... 50
S st, bet. 33d and31th sts. nw 30
1224 17th st. hw., 10 rrns $66 G7
814 I st. nw., 9 mm 45 00
iu . j. ave. nw., u rrns uv ,
H.09 12th st. nw.. is tins 35 00
50S R st. nw., 6 rms 30 00
1 45B S st. uw., possession June 1, 6r30 00
913 C st. sw., 8 rms 25 50
1412 Pierce place nw., 6 rms 22 80
027 Fla. ave. nw., J rn.s IS 30
700 H st. ne., G rms 1735
711 1st st. nw.. 5 rms 15 50
629 C st. sw., 4- rms 13 30 ;
1217 35th st. nw., 6 rms 12 30 i
2904 7th st. nw.. 6 rms 1200
110 S. Cap. st. sw., G rrns 12 00 ,
l'M)rnar( l .Jt ltho. n w., 5rms. 10 50
423 Ridge st. nw., 5 rms 10 50
ii."l rear Hist, Rt. nw.. .t rnis - I) :tO
3 Cox alley nw., 4 rms 8 00
2d floor rear of 1316 9th st. nw.. 5 00
The above is only a portion or the proj
erty on my books. For full list call at
office for bulletin, issued oh the 1st and
l.'ith. THOS. E AVAGGAMAN,
np21-tf 917 F st. nw.
FOR SALE TOR-RENT At Forest Glcn
Md., 6 acres fertile laud, with one 6-room
and one 5-room house: vll fine water in
kitchen, with new rorce pump; choice Truit;
all necessary outbuildings, new henhouse
and chicken yard, fenced. This place
should be seen to be appreciated: terms
reasonable. Address or call on F. D. BY
RINGTON, Forest Glen, Md. ap24-3t
WE also have large "For Rent House"
and "For Sale House" cards; 10 cents
each; at Business Office of The Times.
Foit niCNT norsus
FOR RENT-Store and dwelling, S rooms,
3d and L sts. so., $18; Al place for
grocery business; former tenant's sales
,50 to $100 per day; cash. C. BOYER &
SON, 214 7th st. sw It
FOR RENT A 5-room brick iwcsc on
Bruce ave., Garfield City; viter conven
ient and stable for a cow and horse. In
quire of OWNER, rear 1212 19th st. nw.,
or agent, JOSEPH HOLLIE, at Garfield.
$7L50 per month. ap24-3c
FOR RENT 534 3d st.se.; $10.80 pernio.;
keys next door. iip2i-3t
FOR RENT $15.30; two beautiful 6-
room and bath houses; papered; brand
new: 13 and 17 15th st. se. M. 1.
CALDWE LL, 915 G St. nw. lt-em
rOR RENT 440 Q nw.; house open for In
spectloiiUmprovements goingou;6 rooms;
halls; hot wnter: range: bath; parking: gns;
house arranged for 2 families; rent $20.
FUR RENT 3."4 Del. ave., cor. of U st.
nw.; with or without storeroom: 7 rooms,
cellar, stable; a. m. 1. Key 300 N. . ave.
FOR RENT May l; 1449 Pierceplacenw..
2-story and basement, bay window, brick
and imps.: fine order; 7 rooms. Inquire
at 909 Mass. ave. uw. ap22-7t
FOR RENT 7-room cottage In Brookland,
1) . C-, two squares from electiic cars: mod
ern improvements: rent low to permanent
tenant. Inquiie I. S. HOLLIDGE, care
Saksje Co. apl$-7t
FOR RENT -405 and 407 3d St. sw.: slT
loom brick, water, in splendid condition;
to desirable colored tenants; $13.50 each.
Apply 942 K. 6t. nw. apl-tr,em
FO R S ALF LOTS.
FOR SALE 75o. a foot. one. two or three
lots; 20 feet front, on Howard ave., near
Brown st. M. I. CALDWELL, owjier,
915 G st. nw. lt-em
"CRESTON" End of Tenallvtown elec
tric cars: cheapest lots in the northwest;
$50 to $150. Not far rrom Chevy Chase.
Best territory forspecuiation. Applv Room
34, Loan and Trust Building. ap20-tf
foh .sat.e- srantuAN.
F'OR SALE Cheap, Brookland, 5-room cot
tage andstable. OWNER, 005 6th St. nw.
gOH. SALE FARMS.
FOR SALE A most desirable farm of 60
acres; 4 miles from Rockville, Md.; 8
room house and outbuildings: good wnter,
orcha rd ,etc. Apply to ABKUT a AV AltN ER,
482 La. ave. nw. ap23-3t
FOR SALE-Small Tarm, 20 miles rrom
Washington on Alexandria it Fredericks
burg It. R.; 5-room house and outer build
ing in first-class condition. Inquire of J.
M. SPRINGMAN.Springinan.Va. jy2l-14t
FOR SALE Lin wood tandem: standard,
$90: cost $150. Apply 434 9 St. uw.
FOR SALE Bicycles Healers and riders,
attention;1 unredeemed bicycles at one
third value; Columbias, Sjraeuses, I'acers,
Ramblers, Spaldings, Marches, "Worlds,
Flyers, Niagaras and other prominent
makes, for Indies, gentlemen ann children;
new and second-hand sundries and parts;
salesrooms open evenings; we also exchange
AVANTED -At 828 12th st., nw., boarders;
$3 per week; fruit, green vegetables, in
season; good cooking: neat, clean service.
Mr: and Mrs. BUTLER (colored.) lt
A FEW boarders accommodated In pri
vate residence in Laurel, convenient to
station; pleasant rooms; good. board; terms
moderate. Addres3Mra.CONNELL, Laurel,
FOUND Ice cream, A No. 1, 90c. per gaXT
absolutely pure; brick cream and water
ices. LACEY'S, 601 and 603 N. Y. ave.
FOUND Canvasser prospectus or Shakes
Speare's works. Call at Times building
auji identify sauic and pay reward to
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, lath St.&Pa. Ave.
r Alexandria. 0:40. 7;05, 7:tJ. ex.:
8:00, 8:jo, ex.; -D:0O. 0:50, t10:Q5. ex.;
;il:00, 11:45 a. m.. -12:05. ex.: 12:30.
1:15. 1:45, 2:0B. ex.: 2:40. "3:30, 4:00
ex.: "4:13, ex; 4:45, "5:00. 5:20. ex.;
5:40, 6:05. ex.: 0:20. "700. 800, e:00,
10:0C, -11:20. 11:56 p. m.
Daily, wo express Sundays.
For Mount Vernon. Riverside and war
stations. "B-.40, 10.05 u. in., 12:05, 2:03.
4:15 p. m.
"Daily, extra Sunday at 11 a. to.
For Arlington, hourly from 8 a. m. to
J P- m. Jae-tf.em
S team boat Co.
Every clay m the year for Kortrcsa
- .Monroe. Norfolk-, Newport News and
all points South by thy superb. ikw-
errul steel palace steamers "New-
port News." "Norfolk" and "Wash-
lngtou." on the rullowini; schedule:
Lv. Wasli'ston 7:01 pm
Lv. Alexandria"::! pm
Ar. Ft. Monroe 0:.0 am
Lv. Portsin'tli. :0 pm
Lv. Norrotk... C:lii pm
Lv. Ft.Moiirou 7: 0 pin
r. AloxamPa UiiO am
Ar. Wash'gtou 0: 0 aia
,r. Norfolk... 7;U:n.
Ar. Portsm'tii. 8-JW am
A'lsilors to Chambcrlln's new hotel.
"The Hygeia." nxjd Virginia Beach
will ;find tills tlt'tt. most attractive
route, insuring a comfortable night's
Largo nnd luxurious roo.ma heated
by steam nnd rttted throughout with
electric lights. Dining room service is
a la carte, and Is supplied from the
best that the ma rketa of Washington
and Norfolk arford.
Tickets on sale at U- S. Expesa
orflce, 817 Pennsylvania avenue; 513.
619, 1421 Pennsylvania avenue; B.
& O. ticket orflce. corner 15th street
and New York avenue, and on board
steamers, where time table, map, etc.,
can also by had.
Any other Information desired will
tie furnished on application to the un-
dersigned at the comnany's wharf,
foot of 7th St.. AVashington, D. a
Telephone No. 750.
JNO. CALLAHAN, General Manager.
"Quickest and Safest Route.5"'
Dally (except Sunday i, at 10 o. m.,
returning reach tne city at 2.30
p. m. FARE. ROUND TRIP, 50a
Admission tc giounda. 25c ELE
UANTCA FE ON THE STi-AM-.!:. Ticket-,
with Mount Vernon aumi-Mim coupon,
for sale at wharf and av hotel."
L. L. BLAKE. Captain.
GYPSY QUEEN-Fortune teller: ladles,
50c: gentlemen, $1 (no slgnu Removed
to 1212 H st- nw. ap24-7t
DR. ELLIS has removed to Oxford Hotel,
14th st. and X. Y. ave. nw. ap24-2t
CUTTING ACADEMY Prof. C.Lewebegs
leave to announce that lie will :esume
his lessons in practical and scientific
ladles" garment cutting to a limited nuni-
nerorpiipiiR. symmetrical system, nease
applj by letter or In perFon at No. 1210
G st. nw., second floor. np24-3t -
Clairvoyant, Tells your name, age and
just what you want to Know; also tells
about business deals, love afrnlrs, ramtly
troubles; reunites the ecparated; brings
quarrels all right; removes spells; causes
marriages aud gl es goodluck, etc.; always
at home; fee, 25c., 50c. and 51, i2riltnw.
PROF. CLAY tells business. lov afrairs.
losses, etc.; brings separated husbands,
ives, sweethearts or lovers together; re
moves spells: bad luck. 50 cts. 10 to 10
uauv. -iao it st. sw. ap23-3C
MME. FRANCIS reunites the separated:
removes spells, evil influences, and
changes luck; 25 and 50 cents; houraO to 9.
3Q2 l. Cap, st. ap21-7t
iJepailiiifut clerk, expettstenographer and
typewriter, desiies transfer to I'ostoffice
or "treasury Department at same talurr,
$1,C00; recommendations from present
chier: will work one day on trial. Addicts
TRANSFER, this office. ap21-3t
GOT 'EM? Well we should sayso. 'Twill
interest you financially to call ant get
au elegant spring suit the least bit worn
atau unprecedented low figure. JUSTH'S
OLD STAND, 019 D st. uw. ap20-7t
MASSAGE bath and magnetic treatments:
itiu) uss-Mum. o .xusc.nw. ap21-7t
REGENIA A'ALSCO-Snlnt medium; also
magnetic treatment. 607 F st uw
NO CURE, NO PAT.
O'lD lu. Ave. r. v., wu.Nniiigton, u u
Speciallstlu chronic and private diseases
Piles, Stricture, Hydrocele, Gout. Catarrh
Dyspepsia, Blood Poisoa cured, Vitality re-'
stored. Consultation tree and confidential
to both sexes. Daily, 9 to 12, 3 to 6
MME. RETTA, niediumfor spiritmessa'es
sltUugs. 25c and 50c. 523 13th st nw'
GYPSY QUEEN Fortune teller; ladies
. "iV.FHV1'.111011' $1 no SiU- Reinoved
to 1212 H st. nw. aplT-7t
Expert Speclalfst in tl e cure of all form of
private diseases. Stricture, Hj-drocele and
Varicocele quickly cured. Diseases of the
blood, skin, bladder, kidneys and svnh
ilitio diseases permanently cured A'ital
powers restored. Consultation free
Hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 5. Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday evenings, 7 to 8 A'o
602 F nw. Closed Sundays, mhl-i-tf
MME. THEO, MEDIUM.
Scientific palmist and card reader know
your fate aud fortune; open daily. Gvrmnn
spoken. 25c. and 50c 029 H st.
YOU can get them at The Times counting
room: window cardaror rooms and board
all kinds, 5c. -
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS"
906 F STREET NAV.
Gold fillings nnd bridge work a sp.
ciaity, at the lowest price: amalgam fill
ings, 50c; full sets or teeth oa plates $5
e-traenng, either by gas or local spray,
absolutely painless, 50c; without, 25c; all
work done by experts and guaranteed tae
best: open on bundaya rrom lo to 3
LADIES needing confidential treatment,
a sure and sare relicr in all woman's
complaints aud Irregularities. Gold medal
awarded for the science of obstetrics from
the University of Munich, Bavaria. Strict
ly confidential MRS. DR. REXNEE. No.
8 7th st. ne.. near East Capitol o, Wash-Ingto-.
LOST On Sth. bet. G and I nw.. a Dalr
of skeleton gold-framed spectacles. Re
ward ir retu rueu to 1 2 i st. nw. ap2 1-3 1
Silt. A. TltEGX-C.V
Instruction given at residence of pupil.
Convenient hours. Terms. $2 per lesson
Address A.TREGINA, 51- 8Sh st. se.
FOR iTlltAtprlces to suit the time.",
horses, carriages, and wagons; nil styles;
also board horses by the da v. week, or
AND HARNESS CO., D27 D Et-mv,
FOR HIRE To drummers and business
men. horse and buggy or Daytoa, $1.50
and $2 per day. Apply to the REN
STABLES, rear 615 E st. nw.; telephone
call, 109. ma26-tf.em
CT1 TT DCTT NO'nrFS.
SEVENTH DAY ADA'ENTISTo A t church
on8thst, ne.,bet. FandGsts., thismorn
Ing; Sabbath-school at 10 and preaching
at 11:15. Elder AT. H. Lucaa, the pastor,
will also speak tomorrow (Sunday) even
ing at 8 o clock. Publiclnvited to all ser
CENTRAL M. P. CHURCn.cor. 12th and
M sts. nw. Preaching by the new pas
tor, Rev- D. L. Greenricid; 11 a. in. and
H p. in.: soio by Mrs. Kulalie homer Rheem:
Sunday-school, 9:3U a. ui.; O. i, 7 p.m.:
all welcome. it-cm
STATION COKN1-1C OF SIXTH. AND B
7'!i?v1- .we-lc days i'lTTSBUUO K3
I Rbhs parlor and Dining Cars, Harrtv
..hurg to Pittsburg.
XO.1,0 A. M. i;t.NftYLVASI. LIMITED
Th!p-v.1,MI,lieiMnii Dlnife. Smoking and
Observation Cars, Harrisburg to Clue-ago.
i?nJ?,ina.ll,-H.ul?na"0"3' st- Louis, (. Iev
land and Toledo. Barret Parlor Car to
10i,",A- A1- AT LlNU-i'ulhnan Burreft
in Fi rtf 5 harrisburg. uurret Parlor
x VSri.1,aIrrls,rp to Pittsburg.
B.-.0 I. M. CliifAOO AND ?T I.OT'13
EFPJ?88, PeepInB Car Wa-shlngtoa
to St, Louis, and Sleepim; and limm
7.10 p i. WESTERN BXl'iUSSS Pull
' an Sleeping: Car to Pltteburg: CMw-ST
77il,ulll,an fc'c-jiinjc Cars WosliniEton to
Pittsburg and Harrisburg to St LnuS
and Louisville (via,. Cincinnati). Lining
1U,;,n ",il-, ''ACIKIU EXPRESS-1'uU.
nan Sleeping Car to Flttstyirg.
tf-r ,ni',J,5'an8' CanandHisua. Koclit-a-simday
Niagara taiu daily, excepe
XJ.5.Ar V, r?r '"'K1 andlienovo daily.
rtpnm?nlte tor iCK Haven week
p II WUhuxusporc Sundays. 3;40
7"MV.rr'i;, M- f.r WHUanisport, Uochester,
smm3.1? a Niagara Fails dadv. exr-pt
rat4,,,.ay' ,wiu S'eoplng Car Washington
io 0,1!?u?1,,c,ns'0" "rds?. via Burraio.
ar Krr"rI:'r'e,' """daiguu, ItociiO
Kii Z -r. .Vr Va"''"'!oa to Klmlra.
or -.-illutieipnin. New Xum, ana
"iim-tV:- A1-.. "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
T.7 D tMlr.all Parirr Cars, withl-in-
i'f- - rrJ" Ikiltimore. Regulaxat 7.00
. ,. ..., vun,uu, a.ub, iu.DU tinning
i Car) and 11.00 IDining Car from WiP
Vn ..?."'. ;..' A-iO. -.lO, l.-U, to 0",
JV.-.0? ani H-35 IV il. On bunday.7.otf
(Dining Car), 8.00, 9.00, 11.00 (Dinlna
Va,rrro.' Wilmington) A. il ., 12. 15, 3. 15.
.-VJ" ,b-.o0 1.00 and ll.u l. M. For
I hiladelptua only. Fast Express, 7.50 A.
M. week days. Express 12.15 P.
M. week days, 2.01 aud 6.40 1. AL
7 nr; l.or "swo. without change,
7.5f A M. Week days, and 3.15 P. ML
l'J , ,At,ant,!c City (via Delaware River
-iJr,.(J;:.(:' aI,"ra'l route), 3.15 p. m. dally.
ror Baltimore. ;.5.7.oJ.7.&o: 8 no. t ool
10.00, 10.50. H.'OO and 11.50 am.
12.15, 12.45, 2.01, 3.15. 3.40 (4.00 lim
ited), 4.0. -1.3, 5.40. tJ.15, 0.50. 7 10.
10.00, 10.40. 11.15 and il.35 p. m!
On Sunday. 7.00. S.OO, 9.00. 9.05. 10.50:
ll.OO a.m.. 12.15,1.15. 2.01.a.l5. 3.40.
(4.00 limited). 4.20, 5.40, 6.15, 0.50.
7.10. 10-00, 10.40 aud 11.35 p. in.
ior Pope s Creek Line, 7.50 a.m. and 4.36
p. in. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.00. 9.00 a. m., 12.15
and 4 20 p. m. daily, except Sunday.
Sundays, D.uo a. m. ad 4.20 p m
Atlantic Coast Line -Express for Flor
ida and points on Atlantic Coast
Line, 4.30 a. ir., 3.40 p. m. dally;
ltichmond only, 10.57 a.m. week uits;
Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Sea
board Air Line, 4.40 p. m dally. Ac
commodation for Quanttco, 7.45 a. in.
nnd 4.2D p. m. weekdays.
Ticket" otrices, corner Ftrteer.th and l
streets, and at the station. Sixth nnd B
streets, where orders can be lert Tor checlc-
'ng ot baggage to destination rrom hotels
J. B. HUTCHINSON. General Manager.
J. R. AVOOD, General Passenger Ageni
Schedule in eriect March 29, 1897.
Leavt w.-uihingtoti from .skuioi., duerof
New Jersey avenue and C street.
For Chic-ax. and Nortnwest, Aestibuled
Umlted train-, 10:00, 11:45 a, m., 8:03
Express, 11:45 a. m. VmibuJed Limited
3:40 p. m.t express 11:25 p. m.
For rittaburg and Cleveland, express
duiiy, 10:00 a. m. and 8:50 p. m.
ForTolwlo and Detroit, 11 25 p. m.
For Winchester and way stations, i'SAO
.md :o.30 p. m.
For New Orleans, Memphis, Birmingham,
Chattanooga, KnoxvHle, Bristol and
Roanoke. 9:00 p. in. dally; Sleeping Car
For Lnrav. 3:40 ii. m. dnltv
For Baltimore, week days. 5.00, 0.30,
XC.20. 6.30. xS.OO, 8.15. xft.20, 11 18.
xl 1.50 p. m.,and X12.01 night Sundays,
Z7.05, X7.10, S30, X9.00 a. m., :12.o3,
o. -v. i.i., x.-..oo, a.o. 4.au, x.oa;
X5.10, 6.30, xS.OO. X9.20. 11.15. xll.50.
p. m.. X12.01 night
For Annapolis. :10 and 3:30 a m.. 12:10
and .3o p. in.; Sundays, ami) a. m., 4.33
For Frederick, week days . t:35, 1143
a. in., 4.30, 5.30 p. in. Sundays, 1:15 p. m.
For Hagerstown, ;10.00 a. m. and :5.0
For Boyd and way points, week days,
7.35 a. in., 4.30, 5.30. 7.05 p. ex. Suu
Oays, 1.1 5. 7.05 p. m.
F'or Gatthersburg and wav points, week
days, 7.35. 0.00 a. ra.. 12.60, 3.15. 4.30,
4.33, 5.30. 7.05, 11.40 p. m. Sundays.
B.liO a. m., 1.15, 4.33, "i.05, 10.15 p. ni
For Washington Junction and way point-.
7.35 a. m.. 4.30. 5.30 p. m. week daya.
1.15 p. m. Sundays.
Royal Blue Line for New Torlt
All trains illuminated with Plntsch light
ForPhdadelphla.Now Tork, Boston, and
the East, week days, S.OO, (10.00 a. m.
Dining Can. 12.00, (12.4(1 Dining Car 1.3.00
i5.05 Dining Car), (12.01 night, Sleeplna
Car open at 10.00 o clock), Sund.-.ys, tfi.bu
a- nuDluiuKCar).(12.40 DlninsCar),3.U0
(5.05 Dining Car), 12.01 night; sleeping car
open 10 o'clock. Additional truins for
Philadelphia, week day.. 7.05 a. m.. daUr.
3.00 p. m. -
Burr etParior Cars on aU day trains.
For Atlantic City, 10.00 a. m.. 12.00
noon, and 12.40 p. m. week days, 12.40
p. in. Sundays.
For Cape May. 12 noon.
JExcept Sumlay. xExpress trains.
Baggage called for and checked froro
hotels und residences by Union Transfer
Co. on orders lert at ticket orfices, 019
Pennsylvania avenue nw.. New York
svenut- and Fifteenth street, and t depot
WM. M. GREEN, D. B. MARTIN.
Gen. Manger. Maa. of Pasa. Traffic.
I (Schedule In effect April 10, 1897.) '
All troll- arrive aoid leavo l'-niwyit au 1
a. m. Dally, local for Danville. Char
lotte and way Btatloiw. connects atM.-iuaa-pas
for Strasburg. Harrisonburg, and
Btaunton, dally, except Sunday, anJ
nt -.yiimDur;. with the -orfilt ,iim; West
ern daily, aud with the Cheapi-.i.. ind
Uhlb. dally, for tho Natural Bridge aad
11:15 a-m.Dafly. the UNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman lnrfeti
Sleepers. New York and Washington t0
Jacksonville, uniting ac Salisbury wi:h
Pullman Sleeper for Ashevllle and lid
tirima N. C, Knoxville and Cliatta:.-.- ga,
Tenn "and at Charlotte with Fi.il,- .aa
Sleeper ror Augusta; Pullman Buffet Sleep
er Aeff l'ork to New Orleans, ci.uiiu.ti!
Mr Atlanta ftr klrniinguam au .. i-
nhis. "11 1 train KaniuLirii n i. w
..... .iriiiir. phnnirp. 9
4 u'l p. m- Local ror Front Royal, stras
burir and Harrisonburg, with eennecsion ior
Btaunton, dally, except Sunday.
-. M p. n- -jaiO. local ior iharlqttes-
, i, tuiiiywuw - . . .v.....
.ii..inn. purl :itii ilnv r(n(.ti
Puimiun sleepers New loft to ash-
-rulUllU-l sicvirti'o -..- ---, - .o-
ville Tenn., via Asheville, Knoxvllla
and Chattanooga;New York to 'fanpa
day coach Washington toAtlanta. South
ern Rullwiy dining car, Greensboro to
MTK.ffiecS AVAuiNGTO.N AND OHIO
DIVISION leavu Maaiunston ;m u. in.
oaiiy and 4:45 p. m- dan except sun
day and 6:25 P- m. Sunday only ror
Round mil. -- P- J:, -i1"' Ml7 Sun
day Tor Leesburg, and 6: p. m. daily ror
lleriwiou. Returning, arrive at W asking,
ton S'-O a. in- and ;4:iw p. ax. dally, rrom,
Round Hill and 7:'6 t. in- dadv. excepc
Sunday, rrom Herndon, and HuS-i a. m.
daily except JaunU.vy. ir .i. l.t-.-vtmrg:
Through trains rrom the South arrive as
Washington 6:42 a. in., 2.20 p. in., and
:40 i. m. daily. Harrisonburg, 12.40 p.
m., and 9:40 p. m. daily, except Sunday,
andS:30 a. n... dally, rrom Chanottesviiie-
Tlckets, sleeping car reservation, aud in
formation mrnislied at offices, 511 and
130o Pennsylvania avenue aud at PenuyV,
vauia Railroad Passenger Station.
W. ii. uiti-i-, oeu. bniir.
f j. il. C--L1. raf-ic iiumiKer.
? V. A. 'X"UK1-, Gen. . Agent.
1 JL. S. Drown. (Jen. Act. 1'asK. jjept.
AVANTFJD FOSTAGT2 STAMPS.
AVANTED For cash. aU kinds of old Unltca
States postage and department ntaiupa;
coHcctlona also bought II. F. DUNS-
Jacksonville: New York to Augusta, via
Coium-ta.; New York to ileutpin, via
Birminghain; New York to New oneaiu,
-U--1. lOUu Ttn sc. nw. loO.-t