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-THE MOBlSTCifQ TIME SATURDAY, MAY i; 1897.
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MONEY WANTED AND TO IAN.
WAJiTEU-A loan of 52,000 tar abort
6 or 0 years: not over 5 per ccntinterest.
on a piece of property in tbc W.noOeoi
on it utali: location of the property, lot ..
square 277; House 1028 Vt. ave. S. J.
FOREMAN, 1707 Vt. ave. ap30-t
ILK. FULTON'S loan offio3,1218Pa. ave.
nw., money loanedon watciies. dianumds.
Jewelry. silver ware, etc. apljm
IDLE MONEY lu sums of ?700 $M2
will find a safe 0 perceiit Investment at
UNITED STATEB BUILDING AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION. No. 1313 F at.: nw., and
can Do withdrawn on 30 dajs notice.
Ail money secured toy flrrt urtiht . n real
MADE ON" FUKNTTUHK,
Loans made on .Furniture, l'lanos. Horses.
Wagons, ere., at lowest rateB and quickest
possible time. Strictly confidential. Please
call before securing loans elsewhere.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
310 F tercet northwest.
MONEY TO LOAN, irom 55 to iO, to
reliable parties,: no collateral required,
iiomii s, Ceatral bldg., Dili and Fa. ave.
MONEY TO LOAN 1,000 upward, at C
and 5 1-2 per cent, oa D. O. real estate.
S250. $300, elc., at J per cent; all
tiansactions conducted witli ceonomlcai
consideration for bonowers.
WILLLIM II. BAUKDKRS Jfe CO.,
nplO-tf 1407 F et. nw.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE.
5 and 0 Per Cent.
ap20-l mo G AS CH. BjUJa.J307I fit. nw.
LOANS negotiated on stocks, bonds, old
line lire policies, bant nud tyndlcate
certificates, building and loan abBC-cia-tion
stock, warehouse leceipts, etc., no
delay. Apply to YERICES & BAKER,
Room 42, 1110 F st. nw. cr
MONEX TO LOAN
in largo and email sums, at C per cent,
M. M. TAKKEK, 1118 F st.nw.
HONEY; to LOAN at B and 6 per cent;
fiecuritv, real estate In District of Lo
mbta; no delay boyond an inspection of
property and examination of title. AL
TER, II. ACKER ,701 11th st. nw. mli-6-tf
WANTED A barber for Saturday. 1317
E st. nw. - it
'WANTED -In retail More, a clerk, who
can make himself generally useful. Ap-
ply Box 100, this office. lt
"WANTED A first-class barber at once
711 11th st. nw. lt
WANTED a expert barbera at once.
013 15th st. nw. It
WANTED -A refined and honest boy to
learu the mublc business: small salary to
start. Call, with refs., 911 O nw. It
WANTED -Barber at 705 12th nw. It
WANTED First-class barber. Knight of
Labor, for Saturday. Call 41 2 10th et.
nw.; come ready for work. It
WANTED -Young men desirious of learn
ing telegraphy, and qualifying for posi
tions as railroad and commercial telegraph
operators; terms, students entering by
May 5, $5 per month. Call 201 D st. nw.
WANTE D Fapcrhangers
Uth st. mv
at once. 733
WANTED Good white barber immedi
ately. 103 4 1-2 st. iff. It-em
urday. -A white union barber for Saf
710 7 th st. sw. lt-om
-A bar be r. Call at a 1 8 G st. s e.
WANTED- A. good barber;
2ii li st. ne.
WANTED Experienced carriage -worker.
Apply HEX STABLES, 015 E st. my.
WANTED Firstrclasa -white barber. 1702
1'a. ave. nw. ap30-3t
WANTED Experienced pension clerk;
good pay to good worker; state experi
ence; reference. Address PROMPT PAY,
this office. ap30-3t
WANTED Clerk, to do bookkeeping, type
writing nud general orrice work. i lite
to A. P. NEWTON, 1832 K et. nw., btating
qualifications, references and lowest terras.
se. -Good barber, at 723 Sth bt.
.WANTED Young man; good reader; loud,
clear voice; one with small capital pre
Ireircd; to travel. Address TRAVEL, this
' WANTED Waits barber, GOc, Sl71359
11 at. ne. ap-7-0t
"FOR RENT" cards, in plenty, at Busi
ness Office of The Times; C cent each.
WANTED Several experienced salebladies.
WANTED Competent colored cook; small
family; wages $1 a. Gl4I3thst.nw. It
WANTED- Agood woman rorgeneralhouse-
worlc:in a small private family; good home
for suitable party. Call at PHOTOGRAPH
STUDIO, 013 Ta. ave. myl-2t
WANTED Irish or German girl to do gen
eral housework; must bung reference.
.Apply United States Hotel, 311 Pa. ave.
WANTED A nurse; must bring city rcf.
can at 1111 M nw. " It
WANTED Yonng ladies desirous of learn
ing telegraphy; individual instruction;
terms, $5 monthly. Call 201 D st. nw.
WANTED A -white girl for general house
workin a family of 3. 2110 Pa. ave. It
WANTED May 1, settled woman, to
cook, wash, and Iron; prompt pay. 724
12th bt. nw. lt.em
80. II w.
good chambermaid. 230 C
WANTED A girl to cook and do house
work in a email family; no washing or
Ironing; must stay nights; refs. lequlrcd.
Apply 908 7th st. nw.,blde door. lt-em
WANTED A colored girl or .woman to
assist lu a paying business already es
tablished; a little money is needed. Call
or write 101 8th st sw. It-cm
WANTED 1 chambermaid and 1 cook;
bring refs. Call at 8 p. in., 702 19th it.
WANTED -4 experienced seamstresses on
- costumes, at once. OARL E. GUND
L.AC1I, 927 J3 st. nw. ap30-3t
VANT.LD Woman to take c.iargc of
mangle; one familiar with the Hagen
machine preferred. Apply 1108 Fj st.
nw., upstairs. ap30-3t
ANj.ED A colored woman for general
housework; small family; must bring
references. No. 15 9th st. ne. ap30-3t
WANTED Girl for general housework.
Apply 100G East Capitol st.
WANTED Two cooks, chambermaids and
general houseworkers; good fiomes. 441
st- ". ap29-3t
J"1011111?. sorne one to as
sist with dressmaking. Call 1100 18th
WANTED A Protestant white girl for
general housework; washing and iron
ing; muftgohome nights. Apply lOlMats.
vc- "P- ap28-3t-cm
WAN.l LD:rAt Aladame Mallison'a Eclectic
Lulxitp. S0.1.1?01 njuJ lic3smaking Acad
emy, G04 12th bt. nw., ladies amf misses
at, pupils; poiitions furnished those holding
diplomas; patterns cot to measure; dress-
makltlir tlnnn m.ivirifiht,- u.. r -
HELP WANTED MALE AND
"SOMEBODY SMILES" Pastor E. II ez
bwcm explains Sonday night. Free
Pews. 4th Bt. and Va. ave. se. it
WANTED A Tew morcpupllsiu the French
i.Mai1HH!ii;.ci.,leI?1,.w moderate. Address
IKA-nCAlbE, this office. mvl-3t
Vi ANTED Cooks, general bouscworkers,
M-aitcrs, drivers, porters, chambermaids,
nurses, boys, farm hands, gardeners, laun-
WANTED By colored wonrnli71pTace"as
nui to children: will go away ror bum-
mci; good refa. 1728 T bt. nw. myi-3t
WANTED A neat colored -woman, to do
general liousework. Apply 908 L st.
TfANTED-By a young white lady, a place
to do very light housework, r.nii i x&:i nth
cry light housework. Call 1313 Gth
TV ANTED -15y white, settled woman, a
iwace id private famUy as flrst-claka
cook; wiU assist with washing- and iroa
teg; d ty or country. 935 K st. ne. 1 1. em
WANTED-A Southern ladv of rood fnm.
Jly and refinement wants a home as a
ay s compantoa oirn attendant to aa
" rutinoriBi. Ai:nnss ii a yv
offioe. myl-36 "'
SrTTTATJON$ WASTED- FKMAT.K.
WANTED Position by attractive young
lady, neat appearance, in ice cream par
lor, confectionery-or candv store: an inter
view solicited Address SOUTHERN, this
WANTED Young German woman wants
situation as working liousekeeper for a
bachelor, or light liousework in pi irate
familv. Address Mrs., this office.
WANTED Place as nurse for children by
young girl. No. 237 13 1-2 St. sw.
A situation in laundry by a
Address 390, this office.
WANTED Situation by experienced girl;
chambermaid or waitress; thoroughly un
derstands. 1702 1-2 10th St. nw.
WANTED By a colored woman, a place
for general housework; bet of refer
ences given. Address 1003 11th &t. nw.
WANTED By colored woman, plact ts
cook or general housework. Addiess
84 Logan place nw. lt-em
WANTED Place as chambermaid or gen
eral liousework In small family. Flense
call Tor 3 days or address 031, N st. nw.
F'nda , after 3 p. m. S.E. P. apH)-3t
WANTED By young lady, position as
typewriter or caHlilor. Audres FLOR A
BOWIE. 914 1-2 1) St. SW. p30-3t
WANTJiD-By a widow, with no encum
brance, a poaitioaas managing housekeep
er; understands caring Tor the sick: no ob
jection to leaving city; ref. given. Addtv&s
50, thi3 offiog. up29Xit-ein
general houw:woiker or cliambermaid.
1020 2ibt i.t. nw. ap29-3t,cm
WANTED By two colored girls, general
housework or nurte. Ill G fct. nw.
WANTED A lady of experience desires
position in charge of gentleman' home;
country prefcried; lels. given. Address 0.
1'. M., this office. ap29-3t
SITTTATJONS WANTED 31 ALB.
WANTED Will pay $10 to any one se
curing me a poi-ltlou at $7 a week or
over. Address CHARLIE B., this office.
WANTED Place as driver; good hostler;
liavo Kood refs. SOllOthst. uw. 1 t.cin
WANTED Position in printing orfJce by
young man; had four years' experience
as compositor; wages no object. PRINTER,
this office. lt-em
WANTED-Position to drive milk wagon;
ref. and experience. Address ED
WARDS, Y. M. C. A. p30-3t
WANTED Youug white nan will do any
thing for board and loom. C. RICU
ABDS, Y. M. O. A ap29-3t
WANTED By white waiter, position in
hotel or private family. WAITER, this
WANTED-SiluaUon by respectable col
ored man, as butler, hostler, or to do
general worn, with family going to springs
or away for summer. THOMAS, thieoffice.
SITUATIONS WANTED MAI.E
WANTED By man nnd wife, a house to
care for the summer: liest of refs. given.
Address D. D., this office. ap30-3t
WANTED Small pug dog;gyp; purebreed;
smaiiesD kint. DOu, tins orrice. myl-3t
WANTED Hoi ses to paBture, at 2?2 par
mouth, blue grass sod and running water;
horses called for and returned if desired.
Address S. B. BYRNE, Alexandria, Va.
WANTED Typewriter, who has machine,
wants office loom in exchange for work
done, with privilege of doing outside work.
E. C. , this office. myl-3t
A VISITING governess would give lessons
to children or adults in exchange for
good table board. Address MUTUAL AD
VANTAGE, this office. myl-3t
WANTED About 10,000 second-hand
brick; near 5th and O sis. nw. Address
JOS, S. JiOSS, 810 1 fct. ne. It
WANTED Light surrey; cheap. KING &
KiEFER, Horseshoers, rear 1418 U st.
WANTED Ladles to have summer dress.es
made, 54 up; perfect fit; agent Baugh
mans Adjustable .Dress Cutter, 5. 908
N. Y. ave. nw. ap30-ldt
WANTED A coffee urn and cash register
at once Address .REGISTER, thisotficc.
WANTED Second-hand awning, about
12x15 feet. 1609 12tU st. nw.
WANTED -TRY RUBBER ROOF PAINT.
Will stop all leaks free, and charge only
for painting: work guaranteed.
NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO.
op9- 1023 8th st.nw
WANTED ROOMS .
WANTED 2 rooms for light housekeep
ing; bet. 4th and 9th, E andIC nw. Ad
dress W. G. R.. G18 9th nw. It
WANTED Cool room; 5 minutes from Pat
ent Office; not over SG. COOL, this of
WANTED Room in nw , with privileges.
JAMES HILL, this Office. - myl-3t
IF you arc in queBt of a room, call in to
sec EVANS, at Room Renting Agency,
202 B. Cap. St. a 30-3t
WANTED 3 fur. rooms for light house
keeping: no children; state terms. Ad
dress S. R this office. ap30-3t
WANTED 3 or 4 unfurnished rooms; 2d
floor; central; by man and wire; perma
nent if suited. Apply B. E., thisonice.
WANTED From owner, a moderate-priced
G-room house: ne.; on good street. E. E.
PERKINS, 005 Gth St. uw. . ap30-3t
BOARD AND nOOM.
THE HERND0N CAFE, 1235 New York
ave. nw., furnishes first-class board at
512 and $15 per month; also desirable
rooms at reasonable rates. ap30-7t,em
FOR RENT With or without board.'a very
desirable front 3d-floor room; also one
on 1st floor back; terms very reasonable.
U3G Mass. ave. nw. ap30-3t,em
WANTED By gentleman and wife and
two children, 2 and G years, room and
board by the month; state price. Addiess
E. W.,thisoffico. ap29-3t-em
WANTED A few children to board at
xarmuouse ror thesummermonths; plenty
of milk, shade, eta
WOODLAWN Open May 20; pleasant
rooms: healthy location; large grounds;
electric bells;gasandartesian water. MRS.
M. J. COLLBY, Proprietress, RockvIUe.
Md. Address The Clarendon, Washington,
D- 0- . ap27-lm
FOR KENT MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT Typewriters, perfect order,
S3.00 per month; also desk. W., this
office.. ' myl-3t ,
FOR RENT OFFICE ROOMS.
FOR RENT Of flee room, first floor fiont.
320 4 1-2 nw.,opp. Chancery building.
FOR RENT CO'rrAGE.
FOR KENT 5-room cottage; large yard;
convenient to U st. and 14th st. cars.
Apply to F. JBROTHINGHAM, Lanier
COLONIAL BEACH COTTAGE for rent; 7
large rooms: central location, between
the Xwo wnarves. Apply 1327 G st. nw.,
after 4 p. m. lt.em
FOB RENT STORES.
FOK KENT Vfcry cheap to druggist, large
new store: steam heat; ne. cor. of 3d and
K bts. riw., 51G. U. F. BAUL, 50811th St.
FOR RENT Very cheap to druggist,
large, new store; steam heat: ne. cor. of
?uaiyK eV3' mv 1B- " 8AUL,
508 llth st nw. ap29-3t
FOK KENT Corner store and fixtures;
small rent; a good stand for a branch
store. Applyi3qlMd.ave.ne. 29-3tem
FOR RENT BOOMS.
lovely rurulshea rooms. 415 G st. nw
DON'T FORGET to set your taeW
uurua b iaa isuEinesi irrir. ,r Th.
FOB RENT KOOMS.
FOR KENT 2 nice rront roomn, fur. or
unfur. HI 0 Va. ave. sw. myl-3t
FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms; beau
tiful location; price very reasonable. 1111
1 st. nw. my l-3t
FOR KENT Unfur. parlor floor; 3 new
rooms, lucluding pantry; hot and cold
water; beautifully papered and shades.
35 1 st. ne. myl-3t
FOR RENT Nicely fur. rooms, arith privl-
legea; centrally located; S2 per week up.
Adorer CENTRAL, this office. myl-3t
FOR RENT Furnished; 2 rooms on 2d
floor; others nt Si. 25 and $2.50 per
WPfk; near B, & P. depot. 412 Gth st. nw.
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms on
2d nnd 3d floors; also stable. 1738
11th st. nw. myl-3C
FOR RENT-Oue fur. hall room; S7. 319
fa st. aw, myl-3C
1-Oic Kfaij Nicelv fur. front room; suit
able for 2 gentlemen; 512 permonth. Ap
ply 3d floor, 111G G bL uw myl-3t
FOR RENT Two furnished Beeond-htory
rooms, with bath. 312 S. Cap, fct.
FOR RENT Nice fur. room ror J gentle
men, with board in a piiate ramily;
southern exposure; convenient to cars;
ieiboiia!e rates. Apply at 015 Q Bt. nw.
l'OK itENT Two communicating rooms;
lunurticd ror light houbckceptng; also
rront room, nicely furnished, with or with
out board; central location. 101 3d bt. nw.
l'OK KENT Unfur. nrst-class flat und
basement; six rooms in all; S15 per
month. No. 1125 4th stjiw;ftp30:3t-em
FOR RENT 1801 13th St.. bcautirulbecond-
iloor room in new apartment house nw.;
near three car lines; good neighborhood;
private family of adults; ladies preferred;
cafe; refs. ltem
FOR RENT A nice corner More, be., for
grocery business; stoic and dwelling;
foimer tenant did large cash business;
rent. $18. C. 130 YER & SON, 214 7th
fit, sw. np30-3t,em
FO K KENT Fur. room , two large v.-indo ws;
sultablefor two. 213 Ne w Jersey ave. nw.
FOK RENT Two nice front, unfurnished
rooms; $0. 31 91i-2st. s v. a p30-3t-em
FOR RENT 908 N. Y. ave. Two nice,
unfurnished second-story rooms; one fur
nished; bummer rates; cars to all parts of
the city. op30-3t
FOR RENT Upper part of 11th and Wal
lach place, 3 rooms and bath: separate
entrance; 10 per month. 1350 Wnllach
l'OK RENT Furnished rooms, $4.00 per
month. 1014 5th st. nW; ap30-3t
FOR RENT 1 large, fur. or unfur. room;
with veranda; gas; bath. 511 3d 6t. nw.
WANT ADS. PAY !
SIf tliey are pubUnlied in a pnper like THE TIMES,
-tvhlcli reaches over 40,000 porfions every day and
Is probably rend by 00,000 more. -Iastancea nro
every day coining to our notice wliere fifty and
jt. one hundred answers are received toone-Blngle want
S. advertisement, it doesn't cost b trfceojt'aeal to try it.
The Times only charges 1 cent a wtprd-rund each ud
tTcrtlsemout gos into Tho Morning and Evening;
.Times for tho ono price. Tho nnio nd." in tho Star
tvould coHt from five to ton tinica us much, nnd
would obtain fowcr answer. Whatever you want
that is proper to in nice publlo, try with a "Want
Ad." "You need not oven conic to tho office with it,
for it la Justus easy for you to count tho words aud
send tho ad. and tho money in nu envelope o.h to send
it by a mcKKenser. You do that and let
and Its reudors do tho rest.
FOR RENT ItOOMS.
i OR RENT One small room; 2 windows;
stationary waMistand; 55 per month;
also other rooms. 807 9th st. nw.
FOR RENT Fine front office, ground floor,
5i5. 010 10th st. nw., near F.
FOR RENT Two large unfurnished rooms;
new house; near G. P. O. 1101 North
Capitol st. ap30-3t
F'OR RENT Furnished rooms, very low
prices. 415 G st. nw. ap30-3t,em
FOR RENT Desirable room und board, in
private ramily; without children; loca
tion good; healthy: cool, and clean; buit
ablc for one or two gentlemen; on reason
able terms. 3227 N st. uw. ap30-3t
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front and
back rooms. 429 Gth st. nw. ap30-3t
FOR RENT To gentleman, neatly fur
nished, second-storv, bay-window front
room; SO per month. 303 F st. nw.
FOR RENT A nicely fur. room; G. 2122
M st. ap30-3t
FOR RENT Four large rooms; single or
en suite; large closets; a. in. 1.; with or
without board. 511 3d st. nw. ap30-3t
FOR RENT Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; no children. No. 15 9th st. ne.
FOR RENT Unfur. rooms; 3 on 2d flcor;
811. 1939 9th n w. a p29-3t-em
FOR KENT Nicely fur. or unfur. rooms.
72 0 llth st. nw. ap29-3t
Jb OK RENT Back parlor bcdr.vm; nicely
fur.; in private lamily; for gentleman.
912 Va. ave, sw.; 80. ap2'J-3t
FOK KENT Two nice unfurnished rooms;
rent cheap if taken at once. 225 3d st.
nw. ' cp29-3t;m
FOK KENT Large, unfur. 2d floor room,
soutuern.'SO: hall room, fur., 4: another
for $7. 453 G st. nw.' np29-3tem
FOR KENT Two large unfur. rooms, op
posite parks; near car lines. 034 B Hi sw.
FUR KENT Bright, cool, 2d floor rooms
with good board at reasonable rates; pri-
vate family, loiliathst.nw. ap29-3tera
FOR RENT One beautiful, neat, clean
room, elegantly furnished, with all con
veniences and comrortsothome; for gentle
mauonly;$10. 73U 3d st.nw. ap28-3t-em
FOK KENT 408 3dnw.,3 front rooms.f ur-
nibhed or unfurnished; 1st, 2d aud 3d
FOKKENT Unfurnished Twofrontrooms,
3d rioor; clofcts, large storeroom, gas,
bath, large house, nice grounds; near cable
cars; rent io. 327 Gth st. se.
FOR RENT-fl02 L st. nw., nicely for.
3d-story bay window front room, with
table board; summer prices. an3tem
FOR KENT 815 llth st. nw.; hall room;
m u iiuur, xroiib. ap2y-3C
FOR RENT Five and six-room houses;
stables. G10l2thst.ne. np28-3t,em
FOK RENT Large front and back room:
fur. or unfur.; cheap. 435 Mass. ave.
XQV. KENT 2 unfur. com. rooms, with
vater and bath; $8; without children;
in a private family. 1412 Ohio ave. aw
FOK RENT Cozy front room, with or
-.i.tI??u VSard; t0LuP or ntlemaa:
Bear G. P. O.; no othr boardcts. 417 ii
FOR RENT Fur., house; 7 rooms and bath;
HS5 tomlly of adults' until Deal:
$27.50. Address E
A. M., this office.
WE CAN sell your business for you. COM-
Bt. nw., basenieati
Ir. nw . lin.i(iilplb' i mvl.St
FOR SALE QonfecUonery, including all
tools for rnatfufaefbring candies, cakes,
and ice creams gtKiq business; low rent;
reason for selilMg,M:ofag in other business:
.good chanca Jfoi trjght party. Call 922
9 1 u st. nw. t - it
TO SELL your business quick call on COM
MERCIAL EXCHANGE .Room 2, CIS F
st. nw., basement-, j myl-3t
,,,.,. . - -i. , 4
i'uu a a
SALE The bestrpaying little cigar
1 I ltAiiri'' rf-tlrvnnw aMain- ,-n.lt r.
city: owner must sell, to
leave the elty'jpn nmportant business.
Apply to C TyodER, G15 E st. nw.
mvl-.'lfc Ji t
i"0R SALE Less than cost; stock and
fixtures of good grocery. Apply 817
12th st. ne. myl-2C
F'OR BALE Jsaloon.
103 H st. nw.
WANTED Partner, active and reliable,
with 5500, to help open my businesain
someothercity; business payinghandsomely
here; give full name, address and one ref
erence, or no attention will be paid. Ad
dress MONOPOLY, this office.
W E CAN hELL your store; we are having
callsforcigarstorcs, lunch rooms, giocery
stores, and all kinds of btores; could sell
ten a day if wehrid them. COMMERCIAL
EXCHANGE, Room 2, G19 F st. nw., base
ment. . ap30-3tcm
l"OR SALE A bargain A well-established
corner grocery; good locality:
good reabou for selling. Inquire 151G 5th
t. nw. ap30-3C
FRUIT STAND PRIVILEGE, with cellar;
Iv-t location in city. Inquire Cigar Store
3 3th and G sts. nw. ap30-3t
WANTED -Partner with S75, to open
store show; something new; big money.
SHOW, this office. ap30-2t
DRUGGISTS -Everybody uscsLacey'sA 1
lec cream (none better), 90c. per gallon;
special rates to druggists. Factory, G01
and 003 N. 1. ave. an2y-3t,em
WANTED A partner with cash capital of
81,000 to engage in a well-established
nud profitable business. Address "A. E.,"
this office. np29-3t-em
WANTED A partner with $500 to pro
mote a new business enterprise already
started; a remunerative and desirable busi
ness opportunity Address DOUGLASS,
this office. ap29-3t
UKADSHAW can sell your business quick.
Cali 4 jut x.a. ave. ap29-3 1
HAVE $300 to 51,000 cash to Duya gro
cery and provision store. Address SPOT
CASH, this of flee. ap2u-3t
SALOON 7th st. n w.; 1 2 rooms, n-.it S75:
cash register: fine oak fixtiirei; block
about 500: daily bales $25; price $2,000.
BUS. BXCH.. 918 F St. ap29-3t
FINE bhow cases ror sale cheap; suitable
for millinery and cigar stores. 735 9th
et- nw. ap28-3t-em
FOR SALE-5200 will buy, if Eold at
once, a well stocked corner grocery do
ing a good bu&inobs; other business requires
my attention. COMMERCIAL EXCHANGE
Room 2 619 F st nw.; basement.
SURE iJAKGAIN-.Finc paying grocery and
provi.Mon More; price reasonable; rent
low: attractive corner (splendid show); for
investment. UKADSHAW, 494 La. ave.
CORNER cigar store with barbershop at-
located lu nw.; business street. FULTON
R. GORDON, Bus.Exch., 918 F tt. ap29-3t
XS'EAT anu l.ttriieuve lunchroom on promi
nent thorcuRhfarc; rare opportunity to.
secure paying business at bargain. 1JRAD
SHAW, 49 1 La. ave np29-3t
COAL yard:nw.; 55,000: no charge for good
will; yearly bales 527,000 to 535,000;
owner retiring. FULTON R. GORDON, Bus.
Exch., 918 F Bt. ap29-3t
FOK SALE Cheap; small grocery stora
FOR RENT 334. Del. ave , cor. or D st.
sw.; with or without storeroom: 7 rooms,
cellar, stable; a. m: i.; key, 300 N. C ave.
FOR SALE-Small hotel and bar com
plete; located near Capitol; low rent;
long lease; price, 51,000 cash, or will
exchange for unincumbered property. Ad
dress WAL8CU & SCHWARTZ, 606 F
St. nw. ap26-7t
LOST Cloth folder, with R. R. mileage
books on roads west of Chicago. Leave
at 127 Indiana ave. and get reward. It
LOST Uetween SU Dominic's Church and
M st., lady's gold, glasses. Return to
1 J2l Union at. aw. arid receive re ward. It
LOST ?35 reward will be paid for the
return, or information leading to the re
turn, of a lady's plain hunting-case gold
watch and neck drain; case set with small
horseshoe of diainonds; lost or stolen.
Jave at this office" and claim reward.
LOST on Pa. aveV and 22d st. , or in
going rroni there to uth st. on the cable
cars, a pocketbo'ok Containing a pair of
gold eyeglasses and a small sum of monev;
the money can be retained as a reward.
Please return to JJ139 Pa. ave. It-cm
L08T-April29,lri Soldiers' Home Grounds
or vicinity, buffimastifr dog; name Bruno
on collar; tag No.. 7289. Liberal reward
if returned to 2024 l'lth fit. nw. ap30-3t
LOST-Sunday, Aiiirii 25,1897, skye-terrier,
white head, yellow ears; tag, 545; lamed
Keurliss; 2 reward if returned to 1329
Corcoran st. nw.
LOST-Threc-fourths shepherd dog, black
and white curly hair: 1 white feet;
a.?s,'Ye.rs nams of "Don;" reward. C. W.
raj.fc.iiKa, Agricultural Dent., 8 a. m. to
up. mi., or w E MCNULTX, 1330 llth
8t. nw. ap29-3t
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A black belt with silver buckle;
initials D. E. P. Return to 417 7th st.
bw. and receive reward. lt.em
FOUND icecream, A No. 1, 90c. per gal.;
absolutely pure: brick cream and water
ices. LACBY'S, 601 and 803 N. Y, ave.
FOR SALE SUBURBAN.
ORSALE One of the most baauUfuland
re.iraurc suDurnun nomes, witn 10 or 2u
tti for many miles.
te?"1 AS,Ti-u 8?unF'";
WABWNOXOM DBNTAL PARLORS, htf
TOR, SALE HorrsEs.
FOK BALE A well-built brlok house; all
mod. imps, and newly papered and paint
ed, with stable to public alley. Apply on
premises, No. 1G09 8th st. nw. myl-tf
FOR SALE G-room house on 6th st. sw.;
lOt 2()lf 1 nft- rnriiouil f ,vir,i o KAH tn
52,100; it must be sold; any offer will be
koV-,1.1. 2U " the balance of this square. C.
BO YJbtt & SON, 211 7th8t. sw. ap30-3t-em
FOR SALE A handsome new 6-room and
cellar house, northwest; on good con
creiea street; for 3,725: large and roomy;
high celllngb; must sell. For full particu
lars address owner, Al:M.BROWN.437 llth
6t- nw. ap30-Gt-cm
FOR SA"Cti a very valuable business cor
ner property; on 4 1-2 st. sw.; will sell
encap to Immediate purchaser, small cash
S.'lirVL Address CHEAP, this office.
9.1 !AL,E-1210 F st. ne.; brick house;
i-m,?' window; water; sewer; price, 51,500;
J.-ILx.311811' balauce monthly. Apply above
ALE-Desirable houses In all parts
t'1" cty oa
Tn MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN.
t.,.ni my ,l8C I have new G-room nud bath
iv ' ,as lovr u S3.000; choice in every
AXVi investment properties. Exchanges
negotiatech Money to loan on real estate.
,W;; EASTERDAY, 1110 G st. nw.
FOK MALE A beautiful new nouse; 0
rooms and bath; bouth rront: within one
square cable cars; price only 51.000; a
ittle cuah and balance 510 monthly and in
terest, takes lc this week. JOHN F.
PAUET. 1411 G Kt. mal9-tf-em
FOR SALE OR RKNT
REAL ESTATE UULLETIN,
TOMAS E WAGGAMAN 917 F ST.NW.
THREE-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE
n?,9. D Bt- nw-. b. h., 12 riiis..'.
liIUU JOth sf: ,, I, 'I rum
JIG and 31814thst.nw.,b. h.....
oJI et. nw., b. h., 14 mis
i0 : llth bt. ne., b. h., 15 nns....
1707-9-11 8th st. nw. and 3 b. b.
1714 13th st. nw.,b. h., Tonus....
1 ram e cottage, Wesley Hcl ghts, 9rs.
it.7. II"1 8t- ne-. b. h., 10 nns
8-4 13th st. ne., b. u., G mis
48 and GO Mvrll., hi-, h h S nns..
HOUSES FOR SALE.
1253 to 1259 F bt- and 530 to 540
13lhst- ne. 515,000
900 Md. ave. ne., b. h., 9 nns 12,000
1354 Md. ave. ne., b. h.. G mis 0,500
1520 o st. nw., b. ft., 7 rms 0,200
1519 P et. nw., b. h., G rms U.GOO
x la 10 147 N. C. ave. se., b- h.,6 and
12G to 142 2d bt. se., b. h., 6 rms..
1113 to 1U7 Mat-se.,f. h.,10and
17 17th at. se.,b.ih., G nns
74 K. et ne., b. h., 6 rms
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
N ft; bet. 21st and 22d sts. nw 1.25
aiimner alley, bet. 16th and 17th,
L and M sts. nw
19th st , bet. E aud F sts. uw
7th ec, bet. V and W sts. nw
P at., bet. 33d and34tn sts. nw
D st., bet. 18th and 19th sts. nw....
California bt-, bet. 1st and 2d sts. ne..
P 6t., bet. N. Cap. and 1st bts. ne....
S st., bet. 33d and31th sts. nw
117 llth st. ne, 10 rms
2126 14th stnw, llrms
1455 B stnw, 6 rms
1009 12th stnw, 8rms
508 it stnw, 6 rms
1 25 22d stnw, 7 rms ,
51 K. stne, 0 rms
G5 L stnw, 6 rms
116119th stnw, 5rms
STORES, OFFICES, &C-
Stable, rear 1314 Mass ave nw
utore, U26 La ave
Store, 1 i in and cellar, 433 llth
Store and dwelling, 1921 E st and
439 20th stnw
Store and dwg, 1402 Pa ave nw..
Stable and shop, rear 1 117 K stnw.
Stable, bet M and N, 20th and
21bt sts nw
901 F st nw.
Store and dwe. 1416 3d st nw....
bioreano uwg, U2 r st sw xi ou
The above Is only a portion of the prop
erty ou jny books. For full list call at
office for bulletin, isbucd on the 1st aud
15th. THOS. E. WAGGAMAM,
ap24-tf 917 F st. nw.
WE also have large "For Rent House"
and "For Sale House" cards; 10 cents
each; at Business Office of The Times.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT 410 Q nw ; house open rorin-bpectlon-.lmprovcmeuts
halls; hot water; range; bath; parking; gas;
house arranged for 2 families; rent 520.
FOR RENT 5-room brick; corner Gth
and M sts.'ne.; rent, 13. M. FITZ
GERALD, 512 4 1-2 st sw. ap30-3t
FOR RENT 510 per month, a nice five
room house: large front and back yard;
water at kitchen door: everything in per
fect order. 1624 Huron St., one block and
a half from corner of Biuney and 14th sts.
FOR KENT No. 1318 Corcoran bt. 8
rooms, bath and stable; modern con
veniences; low rent. Inquire of owner on
FOR RENT 802 llth st. nw., 13 rms., 1G
closets; 500 per month; keys at corner.
FOK KENT For the summer at a small
rent, house No. 1517 Corcoran St.; rur.
or unfur. I"or particulars call at 20
Grant Place. ap29-3tem
FOK RENT 1X11 5th St., bet. L and
M nw., 9 rooms; pantry; concrete cellar;
furnace heating; all m. i. Also 210 7th
st. sw., store, dwelling and cellar. Apply
to OWNER, 603 H St. nw. ap29-3t
FOR RENT Very cheap, 6-room and bath
house in nw. section; central location;
S18.81; good condiUon. B. F. SAUL,
508 llth st nw. ap29-3t
F'OR RENT 110 N st. nw., cheapest rent
in city, 2 story -and cellar; mod. imp.;
brick; in elegant repair, and conveniently
arranged reduced to 525.50: look at it.
FOR RENT-405 and 407 3d st. sw.: six
room brick, water, in splendid condition;
to desirable colored tenants; 513.50 each.
Apply 012 b st. nw. apl-tf.em
FOR SALE HORSES & VEHICLES.
FOR SALE 525 buys young, light mare;
perfectly broken: suitable for lady; guar
anteed sound.., 1810 O st. nw. it
F'OR SALE Grey wagon, horse and set
harness; cheap; as have no ube for same.
Apply KEX STABLES, rear G19 E st.nw.
FOR SALE A widow selling out 11 head
of good work horses, some fine drivers
among them; no reasonable offer will be
refused; the horses can be seen any time
after330 pm. 1223 M st. ne. ap30-3t
FOR SALE -First-class sidebar buggy;
cheap. 819 13th st. nw. ap30-3t
"FOR" SALE 2 good horses, for bilslne'ss
use; good drtvers; sound; $20 and 530
each. 1122 18th st. np30-3t
E st. nw.
-1 good working-horbes.
FOR SALE-HORSES AND VEHICLES
S. D. Houck, 301 10th st. nw.; large as
sortment of new and becdnd-hand double
and single harness, 100 sets of govern
ment wagon harness; also a large assort
ment of double hack and coupe harness; 100
government saddles. opl9-lm,em
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, 2 surries, 2
grocery wagons, 2 daytons, 1 light panel,
and other carriages and buggieb at great
bargains: also horse, trap, und harness.
927" D st. nw roi-tr
WILL TAKE a few boarders for the sum
mer in pm-ato ramuy; good milk;
shade; pure well and Miring water,
ply or address Mm. J. A. WHITE, Four
uers P. O., Sligo, Md. ap30
mer m prt-alo family; good milk; nice
WANTED Bomders: laige well furnished
rooms, two lines or cars pass; i eduction
to two or more in rooms. 318 Indiana ave.
THE TEJIPLAR; one square Tram Capitol.
207 Pennsylvania ave.; excellent board
and room, from $1 to 56 per week.
A FEW boarders accommodated In pri
vate residence in Laurel, convenient to
station; pleasant rooms; good board; terms
FOR SALE BICYCLES.
FOR SALE-S150 wheel, $i8, Eagllsh
r mafeei built for racer; '95 Waverly,'
Splendid condition, fcrunk and hell, S23.
1901 Vermont ave. ' rnrl-BU
OR SALE Cheap; combliiatlpn boy's or
,.Kirls blOjQle;. pneumatic Jlres; in per
ffHf JL-ectlifet. with Jo.lamp: bell
Ihcludfed: jritej 15. 80 gth Bfc. tie.
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
mm VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13th St. & pa. Ay
. Alexandria. e:40, 7:00, 7:8B. ex.
?i 2l,8:80 ex" 9:00, 9:50. ''10:05, ex.;
-i.V2i li:45 - ra-. 12:o ex.; 12:30
Jt:BJ tity 2:05, ex.; 2:40. -3:30, 1:00
It"" 1:15. ex.: 4:45, 5:00. 5:20, ex.;
'iiP6:9?j ex 6:20,-7:00. -8:00, 9:00,
10:00, 11:20. 11:59 p. m.
Dally, wo express Sundays.
For Mount Ternon, Riverside and war
stations. -H:40, 10.05 a. m., 12:05. 2:05,
4:15 p. m.
Daily, extra Sunday at 11 a. m.
For Arlington, hourly from 8 a. m. S
8 p. in. ja6-tf.em
Medical and Surgical Specialist,
Treats all F'orms of Private Diseases
Hladder JilHeuwCH, Blood Diseases,
Kidney DlHeuHeM, Skin DiHeasea,
Special DiseaHes, Hydrocele,
Syphilitic Disunites. Varicocele,
Advice und Conmiltution Free. Both
Hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 5. Tues., Thnrs.
and Sat. evenings, 7 to 8. No. 602 F
nw. (Closed BundayaJ
GYPSY QUEEN Fortune teller, ladles.
50a: gentlemen, SI (no sign). Removed
to 1212 H Et. nw. myl-7t
REGENIA VALASCO Spirit medium: also
magnetic treatment. 607 F bt. nw
MRS. ZOLLER. Medium, 813 Gth St.. bet.
H and I nw. Interviews dally. myl,3
WILL Mr. M. E. Sabin come and get his
umbrella, left in F. W. Polle's Gunsmith
Shop, 418 10th st. nw. ap29-2t,em
. Cor. 12th
I and F Sts.
Treats successfully all diseases of the
Brain and Nervous System, Diseases of the
Blood, Skin. Stomach, Kidneys and Blad
der, Night Losses. Sexual Weakness, Strict
ure, Varicocele. Hydrocele, Syphilis, and
all Private Diseases of either sex. Con
sultation and Urinary Analysis free.
Hours 10 to 12 and 3 to 5. Closed Sun
days and evenings.
Clairvoyant. Tells your name, age and
just what you want to know; albo tell3
about business deals, love affairs, family
troubles; reunites the separated; brings
quarrels all right; removes spells; causes
marriages, and gives good luck, etc.; al
ways at home; fee, 23c., 50c. and $1. 925
H nw. ap29-5t
MME. FRANCIS reunites the separated;
removes spells, evil influences, and
changes luck: 25 and 50 cents; hours 9
to 9 302 E Cap. st. ap29-7t
PROF. CLAY tells business, love affairs,
losses, etc ; brings separated husbands,
wives, sweethearts or lovers together; re
moves bpelis; bad luck; 50 cents: 10 to 10
dally. 489 11 st. sw. ap28-3t-em
LET US PUT a "bug" in your ear We
now have a splendid lot of spring suits,
"the least bit" worn, at figures that defy
competition. Belter look this up. JUSTH'S
OLD STAND, 619 D St. nw. ap27-7t
MME. RETTA, medium for spirit messages;
sittings, 25c and 50c 523 13th st.
GYPSY QUEEN Fortune teller: ladles.
50c: gentlemen, 51 (no sign). Removed
to 1212 H st. nw. ap24-7t
NO CURE. NO PAY.
010 l'n. Ave. r. v.t va.suiugton, u, C,
Spcciallstln chronic and private dlsees.
Piles, Stricture, Hydrocele, Gout, Catarru.
Dyspepsia, Blood Poison cured, Vitality re
stored. Consultation free and confidential
to both sexes. Dally, 9 to 12, 3 to 6.
MME. THEO, MEDIUM,
Sclent' fie palmist and card reader; know
your fate and fortune: open dally. German
spoken. 25a. and 50c. 929 H st. nw.
YOU can get them at The Times counting
room, window cardaroT rooms and board;
all kinds, 5c. ,
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS,
90G F STREET NW.
Gold fillings and brldgo work a Fps
aalty, at. the lowest price: amalgam riH
lngb, 50c; full sets of teeth on plates 55;
extracting, either by gas or local spray,
absolutely painless, 50c; without, 25c: all
work done by experts and guaranteed the
best; open on Sundays from 10 to 3
o clock. mh22-tf
LADIES needing confidential treatment,
a sure and safe relief in aU woman's
complaints and irregularities. Gold medal
awarded for the science of obstetrics from
the University of Munich, Bavaria Strict
ly confidential MR3. DR. RENNER, No.
8 7th st. ne., near tast vapuoi or.. Wash-
FOK SALE We are showing a very large
assortment of Moxlcy's Improved Dry
Air Ice lioxns:the best and most econom
ical for hotels, butchers and grocers. THE
J.T. MOXLEYICE BOX AND FIXTURE
CO., ractory rear or 214, 210, 218 bth
et. ne. mh28-tf
FOR SALE Ice chest, 6: range, $8; gas
stove, S1.50; dining table, $2; organ,
530; ladles' wheel, 510; all in good con
dition. 1013 16th st. nw. It
FOR SALE Ice box, suitable for grocery
store. Cor. of 1st and B sts. nw. It
FOK SALE Furniture; bedroom suites,
dining chairs, mattresses, pillows, and
dishes. 936 E st. nw. myl-3t
FOR BALE Alwut 50 fonts Job type;
nearly new; hand press, etc.; Reming
ton typewriter, No. 2, and two Victor bi
cycles; all cheap. 1800 New Jersey ave.
FOR SALE Set Hopkins' Plats and Atla3
of Washington; World typewriter, $7.50.
ATLAS, this office. lt-em
F'OR SALE Grocery and provision store,
cheap for cash, wicu fixtuie; corner 10th
and Mass. ave.; on account of leaving city;
good location for business. ap30-3t-cm
F'OR SALE Grocery, meat and provision
store, having good trade; location south-
est.QUlCK, this orflce. ap30-3t-em
FOR S ALE Boathouse and boats. Apply
1010 M st. so. ap30-3t-em
F'OK SALE Cheap, two-seat dayton In
good condition. 9o7 9thnwJ ap3o-3t-em
FOR SALE Cheap, a type writer, orwould
exchange for a good bicycle. G.R.LEE,
this office ap30-3t-em
FOR SALE-1 Wilcox & Gibbs Automatic,
520: 1 New High-arm, $15: 1 Household,
513; 1 improved Slnccr, 513: 1 Domestic,
510; 1 No. 8 W. & W., 55; 1 Singer. 55:
perfect satisfaction guaranteed. FUNK'S
SEWING MACHINE OFFICE, at residence,
337 U st. se. ap30-3t
FOR SALE-A fine sidebar buggy and
harness; also a light Dayton wagon.
1105 llth st nw. ap.'J0-3t
FOR SALE -An Eastman No. lkodak;lx5;
in perfect condition; scarcely used, com;
55(: will sellcheap. Address KODAK, this
office. ap30-3 1
FOK SALE 20-gnl. ice cream rrcezers nnd
receiver, complete. 805 N. Cap, an.' 0-3 1
FOK SALE Soda fountain; will deilfor
cash atlowprice; 12-lS Pa. ave. mi
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred collie anil fox
terrier pups; cheap.117 H st. ne. ap29-3t
F'OR SALE one two-burner gas range; In
good condition; 53.50. Apply 4U7 M
st. nw., after 4 p, m. op29-3t
FOK SALE 530 cash It sold at onccT
3 copper kettles, 2 drop machines, 2
marbles, l buttercuii-ciiUer, and candy
hook, shears, candy-heater, Icnire for cara
iiials, caramel rollers, etc Call at No 621
11 at. sw. op20-36
FOR SALE-A Crawford bicycle in good
conditioa for $25 cam Anjrti'to 1IARKY.
Editorial Room, Times Building.
F'OR SALE Best KOat in Wnsl.lnjrtnn:
broke to harness. Inquire at No. 41G
L st. so.
bOR SALE Cheap; four thorough pointer
puppies; eeven months old: well matched
perfect beauties. Inquire, 723 E. Capitol
FOR SALE Just received, fina lot rab
bits, guinea pigs, dogs, cats, biida, gold
fishes, pouVry, etc. SCHUID'S BIRD
STORE. 71212tli bunw. npl7-imo
FOR SALE-Feid-tVater hfe-uor, smak9.
tack (30 incises diameter, 70 fcethleh)
water-tube boiler (80 horse power), and
two power transmitters: aM in first-class
condition: no reasonable offer refu&ed.
Apply.to U. C-.TEOMPSpN. Chief Engineer
I B A II !-. jt r.
.STATTOK COKNEK OF SIXTH AND S
fr" HXKEETB. . J
phJj -J8,04 days P1TTSBUKO JSX-
X0.5p A. M. 'kEXSkyt.VA ntn , rurun,'
Ohs.,?iIP.epJn-?' DJn'be. Smoking and
anrtnnlH0ntr3,arr,abur? to L'liKago,
vincmnat!, Indianapolis, at. Lcute cioval
'i?na2.a ,J0,e Sarret PafloMr
, ?,.. .".-"' ---"Ai
. uinmc. sniuttn, on
larrisburg to Clilcago,
IOparloV cdrK? "M5-nlliD-a Uarret
XOman;J?'t J'ACI"0 EXPKESS-Pall-i
r! ?n b,ifetP,n5-Csr Flttsbiirg.
' Sunday. NlaSa 1-aUs daily, excape
1 e'xreoc Snm?-f:in2,ra.andeQOV0 t
' " It. WOJiamsuorc Sundays, 3.40
7i0r,"r for Wullamsport, KocLester
t Burralo and Niagara Fails dally, excerfc
' ?aturdaj wl' Sleeping Car VVaahmSoa
cer BuKaK i,ne,'!U"lal?Ia! Koclies
1 tr- t uira. and Niagara Falls dailv
if or l-Hiiaaeipnia. .ew xorzrT ana
'l'Vi.-At'- .'CONGRESSIONAL LIM-l
--. ruii y iiii i-rir i:nra nirh iii-a
r Sin7TWHA-,J41S!-4Ba-1'5l 4.20,.00w
1O.00 and 1 1 .Mr; i xt J...,Ji .,r
t'hiVi tU-,50.' 10-. anO H.3fi P. M. For
m teipl?ia ,nly' rast Express, 7-o0 A
m JZJrS da's- Express 12.15 P.
h i ZCe)i. day.3.- L-01 auu 6-10 P. M.
7KnyS or Boston, without change,,
daily k Uays and 315 P J-
,Hr,i.Ai,a"-P.0 SPr vla Delaware Rives
---', w.rl, .A.XU ailU XL. Ol a.
vu ounoay, voo. 8.00, 9.00. 9.05, 10.50;
7i',Vr a.;Sn,V 12-i5. 1-16. 2.01, 3.15, 3.40.
I i.4y. Hnlted, 4.20, 5.40, 6.15. 6.50.
i 7.10, 10.00, 1040 and 11.35 p. m.
For Pope's Creek Line, 7.50 a.m. and 4.33
p. m. daily except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.00. 9.00 a. m., 12.15
I ?,Dd ,4 Zi P- m- dally, except Sunday.
m Sundays, if 00 a. m. sSd 4.2t)p. m
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Flor
. Ida and points on Atlantic Coast
Line. 4.30- a. m., 3.46 p. m. dailj;
Richmond only, 10.57 a. m. week darsr
! Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Sea
board Air Line. 4.40 p. m daily. Ac
commodation for Quanttco, 7.45 a. m.
and 4.25 p. m. week days.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and O
treets, and at the station. Sixth and B
fxtreets, where orders can be lert Tor check
Uag of baggage to destination rrom hoteU
I J. B. HUTCHINSON, General Manager.'
r J. R. WOOD, General Passenger Agent
Schedule in errr. Mwh 2n irbt.
Leave Wa,hins:ton from station, corner o
I New Jersey avenue and C 6treet.
' For Chicjijo and Northwest, Vestibuled
Limited trains, 10:00. 11:15 a. m.. 8:0S
For Cindnnatl, St Louis andlndlanapoUs,
Express, 11:45 a m. Vestibuled Limited
B:40 p. m., express 11:25 p. m.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express
flaiiy. 10:00 a. m. and 8:50 p. m.
l"or Toleh and Detroit, 11.25 p. m.
For Winchester and way stations. J3.1S
and $5.30 p. ta.
For New Orleans, Memplas, Birmingham,
Chattanooga. Knoxvllle. Bristol and
Roanoke, 9:00 p. m. dally; Sleeping Cai
For Luray. 3:40 p. m. daily.
ior uaiumore, weeic aays, o.oo, 6.30,
XG.20, 6.30. XS.OO. 8.15. xft.20. 11.15.
X11.C0 p. m.. and X12.01 night. Sundays.
X7.05, X7.10, 80r X9.00 a. m., xl2:06
X12.40, 1.00, X3.00, 3.20. 4.3o, Xi5.05;
X5.10, G.30, x8.00. X9.20. 11.15. xll.50.
p. m., X12.01 night.
For Annapolis, 7:10 and 8:30 a. m., 12:10
and 4.3o p. in.; Sundays, 830 a. m.. 4.35
For Frederick, week days, 7:35, 1143
a. m., 4.30, 5.30 p. m. Sundays, 1:15 p.m.
For Hagerstown, 110.00 a. m. and :5.30
F"or Boyd and way points, week days,
7.35 a. m., 4.30, 5.30, 7.05 p. m. Sun
Cays, 1.15, 7.05 p. m.
F"or Galthersburg and way points, week
days, 7.35, 9.00 a. m., 12.50, S.15. 4 SO
.on, u.uu, ,.uu, n.iu u. m. ounuavs..
U.OO a. m., 1.15, 4.33. f.03, 1CT.15 pin
For Washington Junction and way points
7.35 a. m., 4.30, 5.30 p. . week daya.
1.15 p. m. Sundays.
Boyal Dine Line foe Xew XorU
f. nnd Philadelphia.
All trains illuminated with Pintsch light.
For Philadelphia, New York, Boston, an
the East, week days, 8.00, ( 10.00 a. m.
Dining Car), 12.00, (12.40 Dining Car), 3.00
1 5.05 Dining Car), (12.01 night. Sleeping
Car open at 10.00 o clock), Sundays, i 00
n. in. Dining Car), (12.40 Dining Car), 3.00
(5.05 Dining Car), 12.0 1 night; sleeping ear
open 10 o'clock. Additional trains foi
Philadelphia, week days, 7.05 o m.. daily.
6.00 p. m. Jm
Buff etParlor Cars on all day trains.
For Atlantic City, 10.00 a. m., 12.00
noon, nnd 12.40 p. m. week days, 12.40
p. m. Sundays.
For Cape May, 12 noon.
J JExcept Sunday. xExpress trains.
' Baggage called for and checked from
hotels and residences by Union Transfer
Co. on orders lert at ticket offices 619
Pennsylvania avenue nw.. New York
evenue and Fifteenth street, and nt denot.
WM. M. GREEN, D. B MARTIN,
Gen. Manger. Man. of Pass. Traf fie.
" (Schedule In effect April 10, 1S97.)
AU trains arrive and leave Pennsylvania
1 o a. in. Xfiiiij, iutu iui xrnuvuji:, uaort
lotto and way btatlons, connects atMnaas-
nas for atrasDurg. narrisonourg, ana
etaunton, daily, except Sunday, anq
Bt Eyiienburjj with the Norfolk and West
ern dally, and with the Che-sapejvke acdi
Ohio, daily, for the Natural Bridge and
11:15 a.m. Dally. the UNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pnliman Buffet)
leieepers. New York and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury wills
(Pullman Sleeper for Aahevilla and Hoi
ifcpringa, N. O., Knoxville and Chattanooga,
5'enn., and at Charlotte with Pullmaa
'tilecper for Augmta; Pullmaa Buffet Sleep
'r New York to New Orleaas, connectuaa
lac Atlanta for Birmingham and Mem-
pnis. Bond train waanington to Hfivr
Orleans without change. Sunscs personally
conducted tourist excursion cnrouim sleeper
on this train every Saturday Co San Fraa-
Cisco, wlinoui cuangc.
4.01 p. m Local tor F'ront Royal, Stras
ibursr anO Harrisonburg, with connection for
iBtdunton, daUy, except Sunday.
4 51 p.- m iiaiij, local ror Charlotte-
1 10 13 p. m- Dally, WASHINGTON AND
6 OLTUWESTEKN. VESTIBULED. LIAS
1TED, composed of Pullman VcntlbuleU
isleepera, dinlne cars and day conches.
(Pullman sleepers New York to Naso.
villc. Tenn.. via Asherule, IvnoxvilK
jand Chattanooga: New York to Tampa
'via Charlotte. Columbia, bavnnnah an;
. JacksonvUle; Ncw,York to Augusta, via
.Columbia; New York to Memphis, via
BtrmliiRham; New York to New Orleans,
via Atlanta and Montgomery Vestibuled
day coach Washington to Atlanta. South
ern Railway dining car, Greensboro to
WTKAKiNSCC& WA&nlNGTON AND OHIO
.DIVISION leave Washington y;oi a, in.
'emir ana 4:45 p. xu. Cany, except aun-
day. and 6:25 p. no. bun day only ror
Round mil. 4 J2 p ni dally, except Sun
cay, ror Leeaburg. and 0:25 p. ni. dally tot
jueraduu. Keturmng, arrive a: Washing
ton 8-.20 a. m. and 3.00 p. ni. daily, rrou
.. ... t..i, M.i 7.)(X a ni rialtv AMa..
ittunday, from Hcrndcn. and b:34 a. uu
itfaily exctpt Snnday. rrom Leesourg.
Through trains from the South arrive at
I Washington 6 42 a, m
i9.4d p. m. dally. Bar
Harrisonburg, 12:40 a.
" 1. a., an
!n.. and 9.40 u. in. uauy. excen
m., aud 9.40 p. m. daily, except Sunday,
Iiid8:30 u. n... daily, from UirarloUeaville.
) Tickets, sleeping oar reservation, and hi,
I lor mat Ion turnished at offices, fill aas
2300 Pennsylvania avenue and at Penagyi
(vania Railroad Passenger 8 tat ten.
w. ii. liitKKri, uen. supt.
W. XL. t
Jt U. M. C
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(juia, iramo ojannjror. '
Drawn. Uen. Aire. Pas?. 1&-J
ror,tt.,t,?lorivu--57-0d. 7.co: 8.od. 9.odr
h'-. uii'iou rouiei. ;-i 1 r t m inii-
WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS.
fANTED For cash, aUkinusof oldUnH
Bta&m postas and departme -nm
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