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THE MORHTNG , TIMESMONDAT, MAT 10, 1897.
MONEY" WANTED AXD TO LOAN.
IT. K FULTON'S loan omco.l 218 Pa. ave.
n,w., money ioanudou watches. diamonds,
jewelry, silver warejjetc- aplU-6m
LOANS MADE ON APPROVED C0LLAT-
:ral, such ns life policies, blocks, bonds,
building association shares, syndicate cer
tiricates, eta No delay. YERKES &
BAKER, 1 110 F St. Take elevator. tf
MONEY TO LOAN From $5 to 500, to
reliable parties: no collateral required.
Room 8, Central Bldg, tu aud l'a. ave.
LOANS MADE OX FUKNTmRK.
Loans made on furniture. 1'ianos, Horses,
Wagons, etc., at lowest rates and quickest
possible time. Strictly confidential, Please
call before securing loans elsewhere.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
610 F street northwest
MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 upward, at 5
ana 5 1-2 per cent, ou U. O. real estate:
5250, 500, etc., at a per cent; all
transactions conducted with economical
consideration for borrowers.
WILLLYM H. SAUNDKRS & CO..
aplQ-tf 1407 F Et. nw.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE.
5 and G Tor Cent.
ap20-lmo GABCH BROS, 1307 F st. uwv
LOANS negotiated on stocks, bonds, old
line life policies, bank nud byndlcate
certificates, building and loan associa
tion 6took, warehouse receipts, etc.; no
delay. Apply to YERKES & BAKER,
Room -12, 1110 F st. nw. Cf
MONEY TO LOAN
in largo and small sums, ut 5 per cent;
M. M. PARKER, 1418 F st. nw.
MONEY TO LOAN at 0 and 6 per cent;
security, real estate in .District of Oo
'sxnbia; no delay beyond an inspection or
property and examination of title. 'WAL
TER II. ACKER, 704 14th st. nw. mh28-tf
HELP WANTED MALE.
ViNTl2Denoroioist for voiunteer
cliurcn cnoir. Call from 0 to 7 p. m..
1507 Oth st. nw. myl0-3t
WANTED Permanently, a
white barber; good wages,
1). W. C,
"WANTED First-class butler; with private
family; ref 014 13tli st. nw. lt
TWELVE homes nw.: seven ne.; five ec.,
and seveuoutof the city: good wages.
MRS. MOORE, 306 G st. nw. myl)-3t
WANTED An'expcrienced man to tike
agency for goOa fire Insurance company
for D. C. Aadress FIRE INSURANCE,
this office. jny9-3t
wanted Young men; lenrn tne barber
trade in 8 weeKs; constant practice; rull
Eel or tools tree: position when through;
, circulars rrec. NATIONAL UARHLR COL
LEGE, 310 Otb sr iNight class about to
VANTED Solicitors for Industiial Fire
Insurance. Apply in basement 007 G
st. nw. niy3-7t,em
'FOR RENT" cards, In plenty, at Bust
uess Office of The Times; 5 cents each.
HELP WANTED -FEMALE.
"WANTED Girl for general housework;
must be good washer and lroner and
willing to help with care of two children.
700 B st. sw. It
nurse; age about 40.
014 13th bt. nw.
"WANTED Sisters with musical talent; in
struction free and engagement secured;
no experience required, but industry. WM.
11. LELAND, 1311 H nw. It
"WANTED White general house-worker:
no washing, private family. 014 1 3th st.
"WANTED Three chambermaids, cooksand
general houteworkera", good wages. 441
G st. nw. niyiq-3t
"WANTED Young lady toasslstin massage
business; experience not necessary; good
wages; call after 11 o'clock. 1314 Pa.
ave. n w. it
WANTED Several first-class waist
makers and several apprentices, at 1015
K-at. nw. my0-3t
WANTED By girl of twenty, position as
millinery apprentice. MILLINERY, this
WANTED White girl for housework. Call
or address A. J. WILLIAMS, Frankfort,
bet. 13th and 1 1th sts., Brookland. my9-2t
WANTED First-class starcher at Parisian
Hand Laundry, Oil uth st. nw.
- ' iny-3t,em
A good waist hand, ting' and
1401 II st. nw. iuyb-3t
"WANTED -A young white gill to take
care of 2 children; wages 0. Call be
tween 4 andU p. m., 620 Mass. ave. ne.
WANTED -Lady agents for Eletn's New
German Vegetable Healing Soaps aud
Daudrurr Cure, bold by lady canvassers
only; recommended by surgeons and doe
tors everywhere introduced; disinfectant
and antiseptic; guaranteed or money re
funded. E. BLEHL, Manufacturer, No.
722 Gth st. nw., 0 a. rn. and 3 p. m my8-3t
WANTED -A reliable girl Tor general house
work; rers. required. 1017 Le Droit
ave. nw. my7-3t,em
WANTED At Madame Malllion's Eclectic
Cutting School and Dressmaking Acad
emy, G04 lth St. nw., ladies umi imsses
as pupils; positions furnished those holding
diplomas; patterns cut to measure: diesa
maklng done reasonably. Send for cir
HELP WANTED 3IALE AND
WANTED Cooks, general houseworkcrs,
waiters, drivers, porters, chambermaids,
nur&es, boys, farm lianas, gardeners, laun
dresses, Janitors, watchmen, engineers, fire
inen: quickest place: to get work. . SHACK
LEF0RD,S,427 llthst.nw. iny6-7t-cm
WANTED-We furnisli all kinds of iielp.
win or auurussuiisonicc, Aisniic; juau;
on -?,i. t- ..... . .
829 7th st. nw
SITUATIONS WANTF.D MALE.
WANTED A situation by a graduate in
pharmacy: can givethe bestot references;
futeenyear&'experienco. Address L.D. .this
WANTED By cigarmaker or packer, sit
uation. Address piGARMAKER, this of
WANTED Young man vndeistanding
French, German and English, would like
position. Address ANXiOUS, this office.
WANTED A position as stenographer.
Address L. M. C. BROWN, Anacostia,
WANTED Position in drug store; three
years' experience. 423 N. J. ave. nw.
WANTED Position as hardwood-finisher;
ref. if lequired. Addresb G. R., this of
WANTED Place as cook, by competent
white man; hotel, restaurant, or boarding-house;
rers. W. C. STONEBURNER,
Ktrasburg, Ta. Jiiy8-3t,em
STTT7ATIONS WAN TED FEMALE.
WANTED -By young lady with experience
as bookkeeper, cashier, and clerk, work
of any kind. Address MISS F., this of
WANTED By a respectable white woman
a place as good cook or laundress;
city refs. Box LN.T.., this office. It
WANTED- Washing and ironing bv com
petent colored woman; cau furnis'h refs.
ANNIE HOOK, G21 3 1-2 st ne. iiiyS-St
WANTED Position, by young lady type
writer owning machine, with knowledge
oT btcnogiaphy. Aridrcss "POSITION,"
this office. my9-3t
WANTED A young lady.college graduate,
desires position as stenographer and type
ynuji r-n.1 I nrnish own machine; ref. Ad
dress BOX Jl, StatlonB. my9-3t
WANTED SituaUon by competent giil;
general house worlc: in nr mil. rrit.,. i-or
X1UI QW ii
my 9-3 1
WANTED -By a respectable white wo-
I,ili.u, 1a.l",sh:lon as cook in a bmailfamily;
no gashing, or vould take care of a house
rtlLtJ'Vlr-,m.,:.1 Uf:str city references. Ad
flressA. K., tills office rny9-2L
WANTED SituaUon as housekeeper" irT
hotel or store room or linen room: North
ern lady: in city or out; highest refn Ad-
nS13".-81" and Zoning to do at
Al'L'-Jdrl jiordpu ave. ne. myS-3t,em
".r1..1"-1 white woman, a niacc as
., "" or assise hout-ework; no objec-'
won go ng to country; no -washing. Ad
ores a, ., this ortice. my7-3t-em
WANTED By experienced woman, gen
erat nousework in city, or go away; ana
A'l'r-frovvu girl, chambermaid or nurse?
lOiJO 2lst st. nw. my7-3tm
W,ANTED-By a competent colored girl,
nplaceasS general luwscworkcr hi stTmii
ii'ii ,nJ?",y,'H clut'i.liermaia and sew-"
Please zM H05 R st, 8. WARD.
SITrjATTONS' WANTED MALE
WANTED Two persons, a man and lady,
ivill pay liberally to obtain pos-ltions of
any Mud paying $00 per month or mote;
thoroughly competent; highest references
Address DISCREET, this office. Jiiy8-3t
WANTED Horse or buggy, or both, for
surburban lot or lots. WM. REED, 623
F st. my9-3t
WANTED Horse for his feed and care for
about 2 months; to drive in buggy. Ad
dressF. J. P., this orrice niyU-3t
WANTED Good English pug, six or eight
weeks olPUGDOG, this office. niy0-2t
WANTED Snuill ro?v boat. 2126tli st
TLAIN and fine sewing; adults or infanta;,
including hemstitching and hand sewing.
MRS. S., this offics. niy8-3t
W'ANTED Casli register, secourl-hand. Ad
dress A. 11., tills office. my8-3t
WANTED Two sisters, refined, reliable,
and witli no objectionable appendages,
would like care of home for summer
BUSINESS WOMEN, this orficc.
WANTED A small showcase, to accom
modate a typewriter; cheap. ARNOLD,
this office my8-3t
WANTED Lady to share comfortable
home, $10; three unfurnished rooms, 2d
floor, $10. 409 Mass. ave. nw. my8-3t
WANTED Ladies to have summer dresses
made, S4 up; perfect fit; agent liaugli
man s Adjustable Dress Cutter, SO. 008
N. X. ave. nw. up30-l4t
WANTED -TRY RUBBER ROOF PAINT.
Will stop all leaks free, and charge only
lot palming, work guaranteed.
NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO.
opO-tt 1023 8th 6t.nw
FOR SALE Cigar store, in central loca
tion; doing good business; offered at
bargain. BRADSHAW, 494 La. ave.
FOR SAL.E--Clgar, confectionery and no
tion store: well stocke-i; doing a good
business. 1605 10th st. nw. myl0-3t
FOR SALE $200 will buy comer gro
cery; nw.; sales. Si 8 a day; rent cheap;
big bargain. COMMERCIAL EXCHANGE,
619 F st. nw.: basement.
BO YOU desire to make money? Splendid
opportunity to a party witlismall capital.
Addiess M. A. L., this olfice. niyu-at
FOR SALE Paying cigar store near 14th
and F bts. nw., monthly Sides, &KJ0 to
$400: rent, reasonable; bargain BRAD
SHAW, 491 La. ave. my9-3t
FOR SALE -Lunch room; old established
tand;promlnentlocat!on;pri i, a o ..iMe;
rent low. BRADSHAW, 494 La ae.
in y9-3 1
FOR RENT Cheap; bakery, doing good
business; horHj, wagon nmi tmking iitt-n-Mls
for sale. Inquire, THEO. SONNEd
BERG, Hyatsville, Md. iny0-3t
EXCEPTIONAL bargain in grocery and
provision store: rare opportunity for
riclit partv: satisfactory reasons given why
offered. BRADSHAW, 494 Lu. ave.
in y9-3 1
FOR S"ALE-Grocery; will inventory and
sell at actual cost, rent, $18; hales, $16
a day: if you want a good thing, here It
is. COMMERCIAL EXCHANGE, Room 2,
619 F bt. nw.; basement. Ll,J'?t
FOR SALE Meat and provision si ore; do
ing a cash husinehs: cheap rent; good
reason for selling out. N. W. Cor. 4th and
K. bts. nw. my8-ot
ANbpPORTUNITY ofrered you to make
extra money evenings or any lime; rep
resentlnira reliable comnanv: no books.ciiit
vassmg or samples. Address MANAGER,
this otfice. my7-3t-em
rOU SALK-Coal yard; centrally locatctl:
everything iu good running order; will
sell cheap on account of other business.
Address COAL 1ARD, this orficc.
IF you want your store sold quick, see
COMMERCIAL EXCHANGE, Room 2.
619 F Ft. nw my4-0t-em
Li feiLiL, siures and give sattstacclon to
buyer and seller, without any publicity.
COMMERCIAL EXCHANGE, Room 2. 619
V st; nw. niy4-6t-cm
FOR SALE 1383 H st. no., cigar storer
aiid fixtuies: cheap: good trade. Address
A. DONOVANT. my 4-1 w
SL.MMEK HOARDKRS wanted at Flint
Hill; highly situated; large, airy rooms;
shady lawns; special attention to table;
adults piereired, $10 per month Address
Airs. FRALH Y. , oiney, Md my0-7tem
WOODLAWN-Opcn May 20: pleasant
rooms: healthy location; large grounds;
electric bells;gasandartesiau water. MRS.
M. J. COLL.fc.Y. Proprietress, Rockville.
Md. Address The Clarendon, Washington,
D. 0. ap27-lm
WANTED Board; nice country place; con
venient to city so trip can be made morn
ing and afternoon: party of five; plenty of
shade: good country table; price moderatc.
"5,"' tills office. niy9-3t
HOARD AND ItOOM.
WANTED One or two gentlemen to loom
and boa id. laige room; place for wheels.
1129 0th St. nw. my9-2t
WANTED Boarders; large rooms; all home
comforts; particularly desirable Tor fami
lies or gentlemen employed in city; conven
ient to station; $20 per mouth. MRS. B.
W. BROWN, West End, Va. inj8-3t
WANTED Eoarders; large well furnislwd
rooms; two lines of cars pass; reduction
to two or more in rooms. 31b Indiana ave.
TABLE BOARD, $10 per month. 810 12tli
st- nw. :ny3-7t-em
THE TEMPLAR One square from Capitol;
207 Pa. ave.; excellent board and room
from $4 to $6 per week. my0-7t
LOST Sunday afternoon, a lady's gold
watch, between Washington and Cabin
John; initials on watch, M. E. B, A liberal
reward paid ir returned to Mrs. MAGGIE
COLLINS, Shoreham Hotel. myl0-3t
LOST Sunday, 2:30 o'clock, Macalester
wharf, white setter dog, named Flash;
black spots on ears and' liody; reward.
CHAS. E. BARBER, 701 7th st. 5w.
LOST Saturday night, gold heart locket;
diamond in face and monogram on back.
Reward ir left at 626 14th bt. nw my9-3t
LOST Leather card case; 2 advertising
plates. Return to A. B. C, this office.
OST May 0; fox terrier pupny, male;
months old. white with dark spots aroun
eyes. Liberal reward if returned to 1738
P st. nw. my7-3t-em
FOUND Ice cream, A No. l, 90c per gal.;
ab'solutely pure; brick cream and water
Ices LACEY S, 601 and 0U3 N. Y. ave.
FOH SALE HORSES & VEHICLES.
OR SALE Two good horses; $15 and
$25 each. 1122 18th st. nw. mylO-3t
FOR bALE Bay mare, rive years' old;
fine driver: standard bred, and quiet
OSBURN'S STABLE, 485 1-2 C st. nw
m y 9-3 1
FOR SALE-AT A GREAT SACRIFICE
Victoria, cost new, $1,150; l Chester road
cart, 4 seats, cost nw, $600; 1 pair fino
black, 16 1-2 hands, coach horses, cost
new, $800; 1 pair double stiver-mounted
harness, cost new, $350; l pair single silver-mounted
harness, cost new. S100
Total cost, new, $3,000. No reasonable
, nun, w,um. nu reasonable
sed. For particulars, apply to
& SON. 611 7th st. .iTy2-tf
FOR SALE-HORSES AND VEHICLE8
B. D. Houck, 301 10th st. nw.; large as
sortment of new and second-hand double
and 8ingIo harness, 100 sets of govern
ment wagon harness; also a large assort
ment or double hack and coupe harness 100
government saddles. apio-lm.em
i-OR SALE At a sacrifice, 2 surnes, 2
grocery wagons, 2 da j tons, 1 light panel,
nnd other carriages and buggies at great
bargains: also horse, trap, una harness.
027 D st. nw relV-tz
I will have on exhibition and at private
sale ror a period of 10 days only, com
mencing TUESDAY, May 11, 30 head of
horses, consisting or 5 pairs or Cobb atid
5 pairs of coach horses; also single horses
ror family carriage, traps, roundabouts,
TV " .... " . ou" iioroee. AU Horses
sold on a- 80 days guarantee. 1IENEY
d.jlUUAO, XUJLU W. IV
, North ava.. nnltlmnro
M'nlnnhrtrm rwll vm J ..u u '
BB'&WSBBWW 8$ $ lliM
One Cent a Word.
Want a Cook,
Want a Situation,
Want a Servant Girl,
Want to Rent a Housa.
Want to Hire Any Help,
Want to Buy or Sell Anything,
Want an Agent
' Want to Find
Want to Lend or Borrow Money,
Want a Boarding House or Boarders!
Want to accomplish anything that' b reasonabb
You oan do it easily through the Want oolumna of
Which Has By Far the Largest Circulation,
FOH HENT ROOMS.
FOR KENT Three nice, cool rooms; nn-
rurnished; with closets, gas, and bath:
ou 2d floor of 1236 7th 6U nw., with front
FOR RENT 808 6th nw.,nlce, comforta
ble fur. rooms; transients accommodat
ed. . myl0-3t
FOR RENT 737 13th st. nw., large fur.
iront rodm; reasonable; front hull room,
$1.75 per week. It
FOR KENT-706 13th st. nw., two large,
communicating rooms; terms moderate.
FOR RENT-$2 per week; beautl mi, clean,
furnished rooms, centrally located. 419
II st. nw. myl0-3t
FOR RENT No questions asked; nicely fur
niolied rooms; location centra). QUIET,
tins office. myl0-3t
FOR RENT Two elegant rooms, fur., for
light housekeeping or otherwise: alcove;
bay window; summer prices. 421 U St. nw.
FOR RENT Unfurnished 2d-ory Hat; 3
communicating rooms; bath, closets;
$16; 3d-r(oor, ii communicating, $8; 1st
floor. lloO Oth nw. m-3t
FOR RENT-Fur. attic room;
week. 722 otu st. nw.
FOR RENT One large front room on 2d
flour;3 windows. I3ul H st. nw. upo-at
FOR RENT Nicely fur. room, $8; also
parlor, $12. 1233 N. Y. ave. my'.KJt
FOR RENT 2 fur. communicating rooms,
2d floor; bav window. 610 3d st. nw.
FOR RENT Large furnished room, third
floor, with gas; $5 per month. 923 12th
Bt. nw. ' iny9-3t
FOR RENT Three unfurnished looms;
second or third flooi; a. in. i. 722 1-2
11th st. nw. my9-3t
FOR RENT With or vitlout board; neat
ly furnished front loom; 3d floor; cen
tral location: convenient to cars; all home
comforts. 6J6 Mass. ave. my9-3t
FOR RENT Nicely rurnished large front
room, second story, and one smaller room;
light housekeeping if desired. 132 10th t,
FOR RENT Nice rooms; half price; for
housekeeping If desired. C. S. T., this
FOR RENT Beautiful rooms, furnished or
unrurnished; all front; with board; in
pleasant corner hoU'se. 941 H fit. nw.
FOR RENT 1 fiont bedroom; also ball
room; both fur. 301 L st. se. my9-3t
SUMMER PRICES -Large, airy rooms;
good home table. 717 12thbt. nw.
FOR RENT First floor and basement; 6
rooms. 1125 1th st. nw. my 9-3 1
FOR RENT Rooms, with board. 4-10 7th
st. sw my0-3t
FOR RENT 225 3rd st. nw.; unfurnished
rooms, 2d floor; convenient for light
housekeeping; also furnished rooms: suiu
mer rates. mv9-3t
FOR RENT Opposite Library, 110 2d st.
e., Iiaadsomeiy fur. parlor aud bedroom;
also single rooms; cool and clean; with the
FOR KENT Pleasant rur. rooms; $6 per
mouth, 2 unfur. rooms ror housekeeping,
$y. HUWLETT, 30 and U sts. ne.. Eck-
FOR RENT 2 rurnlslied rooms; beautirul
location; price very moderate, at No.
till 1 st. nw. my-3i-cm
FOR RENT Nice, fiont loom; overlook
ing Pa. ave.; with or without hoard; also
hall room; cheap for summer. 1028 25th
FOR RENT 615 Oth St. nw.; fur. rooms;
$1 er month. mya-3t-em
FOR RENT Rooms at summerprices. No.
1131 11th st. nw my-3t,eiii
FOR RENT Largesccoud-storyfrontroom,
suitable for two; single man, $25 room
and board; No. 2 1 st.nw. my8-3t-em
FOR RENT-Fur. ro:m3; 60 1H st.nw.:2d
story front, $9;3d-staryfront, $4.50;high
celling and cool my8-0t-em
FOR RENT-1 cheerful room; 1st floorT
unfur.: with sink, not and cold water; also
dliec rooms fur.; delightful location: one
square from Franklin Park. 1229 N Y
1WO large fur. rooms, communicating;
front and back; 2d floor; terms very
reasonable. Address 405 G bt. nw.
FOR RENT Fur.: tluee communicating
100ms: fronting south; elcgantnew house;
a. in. i.: new furniture: no housekeeping;
references exchanged. OWNER, 221 E st.
FOR RENT -Bright, cheerful front room.
803 Oth st. nw. myS-3t
IOR RENT 905 8th st. nw.; one large
and some smaller rooms; fur. or unfur.
FOR KENT Fur. rooms, with or without
board. At 616 H st. nw. my8-3t
FOR RENT Fur. rooms for light house
keeping. 120 C st. nw. myf-3t
FOR KENT Furnished rooms: with gas;
$0 per month and up. 414 6th st. nw.
FOR KENT Three untarnished rooms; $11
per month. 232 F st nw. niy8-7t
FOR RENT Fur. rooms for light house
keeplng. 119Pa.ave.nw. my7-7t,cm
FOR RENT 3 non-communlnatlnir. un
tarnished rront rooms; suitable for light
housekeeping; very cheap to party l'ur
"nibhing satisfactory rers. Inquire cigar
store, I3tn and G bts. nw. iuy,7-3t-em
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, 922 N. Y
aye.; light housekeeping allowed, or room
and board. rny8-3t
FOR RENT 2 large, unfurnished rooms;
Kua-unu oaiu; suitaDiu ror light house
keeping; $10. 1610 th st. nw. mys-3t
tvii, hjb.t-3 beautirul rooms and bath,
on 2d lioor: rur. or untar.; for light house-
KcepingrM-ent low. 1500 Corcoran st.
FOR RENT One front, 2d-floor unfur..
yo, iui. jailor, $ao; oasement, $5V 453
Q st. nw. - - 'nv8-3t
FOR RENT Two cool communicating
untarnished rooms, 2d floor; gas, bath:
$0; no children. 18 54--8th stnw.
ton REN-T Two desirable second-storr
tarnished or unfurnished rooms. 914
llth st.nw. my7-3tem
FOR RENT Two large communieatlntr
rooms; heat, gas, bath; light house- J
ci"ij io Vu.va uib uoor; only $. ,249
8th sc ne. my7-3t,em
RENT Ntcelv fur. rnnmr 'nnlot
wnffi01 ?2 questions;, northwest.
WIDOW, this .office- mytt-7t
One Cent; g Ford.
or a Partner,
Any Lost Thing,;
FOR RENT 2 communicating rooms, 2d
lioor; one 3d floor front, all furnished.
0 li st. nw. my8-3t-em
FOR RENT Single room on 2d flcor; $5
per month. 17 Est. nw. my7-3t-em
IJON'T FORGET to get your Window
Cards at the Business urflcs of The
limes. - ap21-tf
WANTED By gent, small fur. room for
about $3. Address PERMANENT, this
WANTED One large, unfur. front room;
2d floor; with alcove; near cafe; state
lowest terms. M- E M., this oflice.
WANTED To rent, three rooms; nw. ; home
keeping; privileges; iw children CALI
FORNIA, this office. myS-3t
WANTED -Furnished room, with large
closet and running water; southern or
eastern exposure: .within one mile of
Patent Office. AdUreoS MECHANIC, this
office. I- myS-3t
WANTED Furnished and unfurnished
rooms or flatsj for Wight housekeeping;
we have constant demands for these; if
you have either toTdilt. It would pay to
rail on us. COLUMBIA ROOM RENTING
AGENCY, Room 00, Vasb.Loan and Trust
liidg. - ' my7-3t-em
COTTAGES for rent a. Atlantic City; rent
reasonable. AodreS M A. L., this or
fice :''' ' my9-3t
for rent for the
lage; desirably locat.'l
season. Apply 815 ,4
1-2 st. sw.
FUR KENT At Falls. ,churcb, Va., hand
some s-room brickhouse; In every way
desirable; large groh'hds. Inquire at
1120 Oth st. nw. a -yi , mya-3t-cm
FOR RENT -At Colonial Beach, one five
room cottage: fur.; with artesian water;
close by the lower wnatf; reat, 975 for tne
season, and 3 fur; robras, $50 for the sea
son. Apply at No..3ULLL' st. nw., Washing
ton. D i' , or at the beach next week. L.
FUlt KENT STALLS.
FOR RENT Stable, rcir 716 12th et. In
quire, C. S- KENFIELD, 1416 N V.
HALEE. telegraphic medium, scientific
palmist, and card readei, tells your full
name, reveals vour past, descfibes ttie
present and foretells vour future life;
also tells about business dealb, law suit,
love afralrs, family troubles, reunites the
separated, brings quarrels all ri;ht, re
move spells, causes marriages, aud uives
good luck, etc.- alwavs at home, 925 n st.
nw.; fee, 25c., 50c , $1; satisfaction guar
anteed or no charge. ntyl0-3t
FROF. CLAY tells business, love affairs,
losses, etc ; brings separated husbands,
wives, sweethearts, or lovers together; re
moves spells, bad luck; 50 cents; 10 to 10
daily. 4S9Hst.sw. myl0-3t
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 Urlnarv Analysis free.
Hours 10 to 12 and 3 to 5. Closed Sun
days and evenings.
"ZOLO," scientific palmist;
from infancy to old age.
UML. RETTA, medium for spirit mes
sages; sitting-, 25c and 50e. 523 13th
st. nw. my9-7t
MME. THEO, MEDIUM.
Sclentirio palmist and card reader; know
your fate and rortune; open daily; German
spoken; 25c, and 50c 929 EL st. nw.
my 8-1 mo
GYPSY QUEEX-Fortune teller; ladies,
50c; gentlemen, $1 (uo sign) Removed
to 1212 II st. nw. myS-7t
MME. FRANCIS leaves tne city June 2;
gives life from cradle to grave; sittings
25 aud 50 cents; home 9 to 9. 302 East
Capitol st. my7 7t
NO CURE. NO PAY.
010 i'ii. Ave. .rs. v., wu.smiigtou, i), l
Spcclallstln chronic and private di.se?ea,
Piles, Stricture, "Hydrocele, Gout, Catarrn,
Dyspepsia, Blood Poison cured, Vitality re
stored. Consultation free and confidential
to both sexes. Dally' 9 to 12, 3 to 6.
i.OU can get them' at The Times counting
room: window cardsfor rooms and board;
all kinds, 5c -
"A HOT time in. the. old town tonight."
That's what you can have, as we'll fit
you out in an elegant spring suit, the
least bit" worn, atia figure that'll make
you happy. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619
U st. nw. my4-7t
OFFICE "removed to No. 1309 H'et. nw."
Hours, until tarthernbtlce, 3 to 5:30 p. rn.
DR. LONEASE NORTON LENMAN.
Medical and S'urfeical Specialist,
Treats all Formjs of'Private Diseases
Bladder Disease, Blood Diseu.scs,
Kidney Diseases, Skin Disoase.s,
Siieciul Diseases, Hydrocele,
Syphilitic Diseases. Varicocele,
Advice and Consultation Free. Both
Hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 5. Tucb., Thnrs.
and Sat evenings, 7 to 8. No. 602 F
nw. (Closed Sundays.)
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
906 F Street Northwest.
Opld nillngs and' bridge work a 6p
aalty, at the lowest price: atnalgam fill
ings, 6O0; full sets of teeth oh plates $5;
extracting, either by gas or local spray,
absolutely painless, C0c; without, 25c; all
work done by experts and guaranteed tfco
best: open ou Sundays Trom 10 to 3
o ctocic. - xnh22-tf
LADIES needing confidential treatment,
a sure and safe relief In aU woman's
complaints and Irregularities. Gold medal
awarded for the Bleqcc of obstetric! from
the University of Munich, Bavaria. Strict-
i H 7th at, ae., near Euab Capitol it, Waah-
FOR SALE HOrSES.
1 Oic aAiiE Terms no heavier than rent;
new houses; brick; six rooms; bath;
northeast; $2,40u. noom 2, 611 7th nw
my 9-2 6
iOR SALE Will sell my house at an7
price to prevent Its loss; one of the cosiest
houses northwest; 0 rooms, witti pantry
and cellar; first-class neighborhood; good
lot, to public alley; handsome interior
decorations; high ceilings; am willing to
sell at $3,300, with $150 cash, to pay
back interest, and balance small monthly
payments. This house has been built
about one year and cost me $4,500. Ad
dress for full particulars and an Immediate
answer, NORTHWEST, this orficc.
OR SALE $2,050; on wide concrete
street; pretty, new 2-story, bay-window
brick; 0 rooms, bath and pantry; cabinet
mantels; china closets; electric uells and
K.in ugiiMiig; rear alley and rront parkings;
select neighborhood; 1 square trom Md
near cars and nubile schools: terms
'.'i'-l? V su,c Purchasers; 1371, 1373 and
1.170 Emerson et. ne., bet. E and F, 13th
J.1H1 bis inspection invited. Apply
NEWTON, owner, Room 23. 802
' st. nw
I OR SALE Valuable 3-story brick and
stone residence 2020 15th st. nw., 10
rooms buth and large yard, furnace heat.
J?i V fno(J-l"ips.; near conches, cable ami
electric cars. Address OWNER, 1333 F
J?w-'J$t', fIoor. or InspecthouseyourbelC
FOR s a L E One of the handsomest houses'
in Alexandria: 10 rooms, all mod. Ima-".:
i n.?.i?eu l0 appreciated. GRACE
M. THOMAS, 100 Corcoran building.
'n.wi ?ALE-Only $2,950 tor a 2-story
r7,Vu J'iWBjnent house in excellent -repair;
rents for $1S per month; U st , near Oth
ne- Address OWNER X., this office.
FOR SILE 0-room brick; gas; batli; 53
Ivy ht. he., bet. N. J. ave. aud S. Capitol
' "e. "coupled. OWNER, this oflice.
. f.ALE A well-built brick house; all
,,mou' '"IP", and newly papered and paint
,,.TUh Btaljle to public alley. Apply on
premises, No. 1009 sth 8t. uw myl-tr.
1-99 SALE Desirable houses In all parts
of the city on
MONTULY PAYMENT PLAN,
t 11 ,1Ji' "ht have new 6-room and bath
oncKa, as low as $3,000; choice ia every
way Investment properties. Exchanges
"S.tlatetl- Money ,to loan on real estate.
Gl,0.'..J- EASTERDAY, 1410 G St. nw.
iOK BALE A beautirul now nouse; 0
rooms and bath; south front; within one
square cablo cars; price only 54,000; a
littiocash and balauce $10 monthly and in
terest, takes it this weeU. JC)HN F.
l'AKET. 1411 i Kt. malS-tf-em
FOH SALE OB KENT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN,
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN.917 EST.NW.
THREE-STORl' BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE
1313 D St. nw., b. tl., 12 mis. $25,000
1309 20th st. nw , b. h.. 9 rms 22,500
316 and 318 14th st. nw., b. h..... 20,000
53 1 st. nw., b. b., 14 rms 11,000
101 11th st. ne , b. h., 15 rms.... 14,000
liu.-y-n ath st. nw. and 3 b. n.
1714 131I1 st. aw ,b h.. 10 rms
Frame cottage, Wesley Heights, 9rs-
ii 11 m su lit."., u, u.,iu iuia.. .
824 13th bt. ne.. b h.. 0 rms.
a" j. i MMi it ....
48 and 50 Myrtle st , b h., 6 rms.
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
125T to 1259 F st- and 530 to 540
13lhst. ne $15,000
900 Md. ave. ne , b. li., 9 rms 12,000
13j4 Md. ave. ne., b h., U rms..-.
1020 O bt- uw., b. fi., 7 rms
1519 P st. nw , b. h., 6 rms
119 lo 147 N. C. ave. sc,b.h.,6aud
126 lo 142 2d st. se., b. h., 6 rms..
1113 to 1117 Mst. se.,f. h.,10and
17 17th st. se.,b. h., 6 rms
74 K et. ne., b. h., 6 rms
N f-t., bet. 21st and22dsts. nw $l.-i5
Sumner alley, bet- 10th and 17tb,
L and M sts. nw 1 25
19th st , bet. E and F sts. nw 1 25
7lh St., bet. V and W sts. nw 1 25
1 ht., bet. 33d andttltu sts. n 75
D bt., bet. lath and 19th sts. nw 50
Caliroinla st. , bet 1st and 2d sts. ne. 80
P St., bet. N. Cap. and 1st sts- ne..-. 50
B St., bet. 33d aud 34th sts. nw 30
117 llth st. ne, 10 rms. $35 00
2126 14th stnw. llrms 35 00
1455 S stnw. 6 rms 30 00
1009 12th stnw, 8 rms 35 00
508 R ftt nw, 6 rms 30 00
725 22d stnw, 7 rms 18 50
51 K. st ne, 6 rms 17 00
65 L stnw. 6 rms 17 00
110119th stnw, 5rms 1430
431 Dclavesw, 5 rms 1230
STORES, OFFICES, &c
Stablc. rear 1314 Mass ave nw $125 00
Store, 626 La ave.: llu 00
1 Store. 1 1 in unu cellar, 433 llth
i 8t nw 75 00
' Store and dwelling, 1924 E st and
j 439 20th stnw 50 00
Store and dwg, 1402 Pa ave nw.. 45 00
' Stableandshoi), rear 1417 Kstnw. 16 00
Stable, bet M and N, 20th and
21st sts nw 1500
004 F stnw 1500
Store and dwg, 1416 3d st nw 14 00
Store and dwg, 62 F st sw 1100
The above is only a portion of the prop
erty on my books. For full list call at
office for bulletin, issued on the 1st aud
13th. TUOS. E WAGGAMAN,
ap24-tf 917 F Bt. nw.
WE albo have large "For Rent House"
and "For Sale House" cards; 10 cenw
each: at Buwuess Office of The Times.
FOH RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT 440 Q nw.; house open for
inspection; improvements going on, 6
rooms, halls, hot water, range, bath; park
ing: gas; house arranged ror 2 families;
rent $2 0 . niy9-3t
FOR RENT Furnished house, 7 rooms and
bath: terms moderate to small family;
references exchanged. 1818 16th St.
FOR RENT Desirable houses, at 514
and 51b E st. se., at $18. and $15 a
month; 24th st. nw.. at $12.50 a month.
Apply to room 24, Hotel Fredonla. H at,
near llth. niy7-7t,em
FOR RENT 116 Pierce St.; 2 stories and
basement; -room brick house; $15 per
month, formerly $1S. Apply at 111 Othst.
niT. " my7-6t-em
FOR RENT 405 and 407 3d St. sw.. six
room brick: water; in splendid condition;
to desirable colored tenants; $13.50 each.
Apply 942 K st. nw. apl-tf,em
FOH HUNT FtJHNISHED HOUSES.
SEVEN 700ms: comolete. fur. house: with
conveniences: nw.; lady and daughter
will board with party. Addrebs 36 R st.
FOR RENT Five large tarnished rooms:
In fine location; house nw.; iu exchange
for first-class board for owner and dog
for the summer: to neat, careful couple.
Address M. A. F , this office. my9-3t
FOR EXCHANGE-$1,000 equity in fine
nw. property; renteu as s-hj per mo ; ror
small property. X. X. X.. this office.
FOR EXCIIANGE-Two diamond rings for
bicycle. EXCHANGE, this office.
EXCHANGE-160 acres, Gar field, Co., Kan
sas, farm; rich sou, house, bara, well; 40
acres in wheat; want property here or
business. Address FARM, this ofrice.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE'oRXClf ANGE 5-acre poul
try farm, at railroad station; conven
ient to city; good dwelling; fine outbuild
ings, shade and fruit; price, $3,000; only
$500 cash and $30 per month; also lo
acres near the above; fenced; 6-room cot
tage, shade, spring; price, $2,500; only
$300 cash and $25 per month. Apply
to RICHARD P. EVANS, attorney at
law, 402 Oth st. nw. my8-3trem
FOR SALE SUBURBAN.
FOR SALE A new, well-built, pretty cot
tage; No. 110 Jefferson sfc, Anacostia:
7 rooms, bath; modern conveniences: lot
24x130; with room for stable; rents at
iP.'J?,arEaln at S2'2o0; terqis easy, L
STARGAKDTER, Room 2, 013 15tb at
$100 DOWN and your note for $1,200 will
buy a 7-room dwelling in Tenlei town.D.
yAN. 13th and G.
FOR RENT STORES.
FOR KliNT-Store and cellar In Stan
ton Flats. 1150 to 1154 19th st. nw.;
Hats welt filled with respectable colored
tenants; a first-class stand for groceries,
coal, etc.; rent, $20. OWNER, 1442 k!
l. ave. xny7-7t
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13 1-2 St. & Pa. Ave.
Jn crrect May 9, 1897.
For Alexandria (week days), 6; 30, 7:05,
ex.; 7:35, a:oo, ex.; 8:30, ex.; 9:00. 9:50,
10:03. ex.; ll:00. 11:45. a. in. 12:05. ex.;
lii.o, i:io, 1:45, 2:05. ex.; 2:40, 3:00,
ex.; 3:30, 4:00, ex.; 4:15, eec; 4:45, 5:05,
5:20, ex.; 5:40, 0:05, ex.: 6:25. 7:00, 8:00,
9:00, 10:00, 11:20, 11:59 p. 111.
For Alexandria (Sunday only), 8:00,
9.00, 10:00, lo:30, ll.OO, 11:30, a. 111.
12. 00, noon. 12:80, 1:00. 1:30, 2:00, 2:30,
3:00, 3:30. 4:00. 4:30. 5:00. 5:30. 6:00.
6:30, 7:00. 8:ou, y;oo. 10:00. 11:20 p. m.
For Mount Vernon and Way Stations
(week days), 6:30, 10:05, 11:00 a. m.
12:00, 1.10, 2:00, a:00. 4:00, 4.15 p. in.
For Mount Vernon and Way Stations,
(Sunday only), u.30, 9:00, 11:00 a. in.
2:00, 4:00 p. m.
For Arlington and Aqueduct Hridge
(week days), a: 00, 8:30, 9:00, 10:05,
i1.;00 -HMO a. 111. 12:20, 1:15,2:05,2:40,
J:00, 3:30, 4:00, 4:15. 5:20, 6:05, 6:25,
7:00, a:oo p. m.
, "or. Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge
iu"Va" on'iO.:Ob,.y:00, 10:00 10:30,
1 m?.N1J.::,U a- "'- 12:00 noon. 12:30,
4 vm' t ... -"" s:au, 3:00, 3:30, 4:00
4 JO, 5:oo, 5:30, o.oo, 6:30, 7.00, 8:0C
.wPi" checked free for passengers
holding rirst-class tickets at Station. Bi
cycles, jb cents each. G E.ABBOT,
CLTTINGS, fittings, dresses or linings
any kind or misfits corrected at lady's
ffoi'm'V'; ;rACl;nt, "er hour- write. mme.
PRATI, 1204 E at. nw. royl0-7t
LESSONS in china painting; 3-hour lessons,
50c, including use or paints, oils and
br.ishos; china firing free ror pupils. THE
ART ROOMS, 1003 G st. nw , near Palais
WALL PAPER, 15c piece, on the wall.
CHARLES C. SILENCE, 217 G st. ne.
KOUSECLEANING-TIME is Just the time
to have us paper ihe rooms; we'll do
them quickly; give our best work; let you
belect paper from our new spring stock;
and we'll charge you only $2--up; drop
postal. F. G. NOLTE, 810 Oth st. No
FURNITURE moved; largest 2-horse load.
52.50; 1-horse loads, $1.25; pianos, $2;
furniture packed and shipped; experienced
men omy COLUMBIA iRANSfEK CO.,
323 4 1-2 st. nw. Phone 1960.
BARGAINS at 010 Oth st. nw. Screen
doors, 65c: window bcreens, 20c each.
L. 11. HOPKINS. my-7t.cm
MAY S Furniture Stores, 2100 14th and
1420 p st. nw.
EXPERT upholsterers. Mattress making
aud mattresses for all; remake with new
best tick, 4.5o; cleaning old tick and hair
and remaking, $3.
OUR new leveraible mattress, with best
tick, $3.50; cannot be equaled elsewhere
Tor $7 Chairs caned rrom 50c; perfor
ated seats, 25c.
FUR.MTUKt repaired and upholstered.
Removing and pacKiiig for shipment care
irtti.Mva expressed promptly on shortest
CARPETS cleaned by our process, re
laid and taken up.
FURS and rugs stored In specially pre
PRICES are moderate and work equal to
the beat. my7-tf
FOR SALE 60 shares ot stock in promis
ing company, noin 52 to 33 j.er shaie.
par $100, must answer at once, owing to
necessity. Addreas INVESTMENT, this
SLIGHTLY, worn, first class tailor-made
clothing at half price: better than some
new ones: rull-tlrexs suits to hire, only $1.
J- COHEN, 1104 7th fit. nw.
HIGHEST prices paid for all klndsofhouse-
hold etrects; gents clothing bought; ve-
huies. harness, eta; call or send postal. A.
EIZNOR, 1235 llth st. se. my0-7t-em
AN INVESTMENT A rour-room house,
renting for $7 per month; near cor. 27th
and P sts., Georgetown. By J. D SULLT
VAN, 13th and G sts. nw. my5-6t
NOTICE Prof. Johnson has removed his
office to 829 7th st nw. my4-96
PRINTING -1,000 Business 'Cards, 65
cents. W. B. DAWSON, 807 Oth st. nw.
THE IMPORTED English hackney stallion.
Coastguard, will 6tand Tuesdays and
Fridays at Keleher's stables, 425 8th St.;
two first prizes. ap23-14t,em
AT THE Business Office of The Times
you will rind Window Cards or all de
scriptions -Table BoarJ,"' "Furnished or
Unfurnished Rooms, '"Unfurnished Rooms,"
"Farnishei Rooms, With or Without
Board, ' "Furnished Rooms, With Board,'
"Furn-shed Rooms." Five cents is the
price o: ech card. ap2l-tf
TYPEWRITERS rented, with privilege of
purchase; reduced rates; most all stand
ard makes; condition guaranteed; deliv
ery free. NEWMAN & SON. 611 7th st
EXTRAVAGANCE-Paylng rent to a land
lord is extravagance; the money ou
now pay for rent in a few years will buy
you a home. If you wish to know now,
call on W. a CLARK, Room 36, 937 D
et. j apl6-lm
ONE NICE SQUARE PIANO. CARVED
legs aud in tplendid condition. $140; $5
cash and $3 per month.
One Square, suitable for a becinner. nice
tone and action, $40; $3 cash and $3 per
Pianos for rent ana moved.
apS-3mn 924 7TH ST.
PRINTING Business cards 75c. per 1,000;
other printing equally as cheep; maga
zines bound ror 50c; miscellaneous books
re-bound: paper ruling, etc. u. &. WIL
LIAMS. 615 7th st-nw. feO-tf.eia
. FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE A very desirable corner
alley lot, containing over 5,700 feet of
ground, and very suitable for livery stables,
storage warehouse, or alley houses; nas a
frontage of about 85 feetoa a 15-foot, and
S3 feet on a 1 0-foot alley (both paved and
partly severed); located between 3d and
4th and G and H sts ne.; will sell for less
than ta.K assessment valuation. Address
451 P st. nw. my8-3t
FOR HIRE To drummers and business
men, horse and buggy or Dayton, $2
per day, aud special prices for pleasure
driving. Apply to the REX STABLES,
rear 615 E ht. nw.; telephone call, 109.
FOR HIRE At prices to suit the Uraca,
horses, carnages, and wagons, all styles;
also board horses by the day, week, or
month. WASHINGTON LIVERY. WAGON
AND HARNESS CO., 027 D St. nw.
FOR SALE BICYCLES.
THE BEST TLACE in the city to get a
bicycle; the finest wheels ever offered
for the money; $100 wheel for $60: $73
wheels for $50; all new; Just from the
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ow, oiiMii iiiuum .iuu i-jitK saicsour mono.
uS?3tSAM CYCLE co" 61 F Et-nw-
FOR SALE Three bicycles at 3d and K
PIANO lessons during summer season, 25
cents; painting lessons In classes of
three, same terms. A. N. L., this office.
.M.H. A. TREGLNA
Instruction given at residence of pupil.
Convenient hours. Terms, $2 per lesson.
Address A. TREGINA, 519 tilli at. so.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGFJ3.
SUMMER LAW LECTURES.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
July 1 to August 31, 1897. Cours in
cludes 36 lectures by Mr. Justice Harlan,
of U.S. Supreme Court. For catalogue ad
dress R. C. MINOR, Secretary,
myl0-3t-eod Charlottesville, Va.
"WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS.
WANTED For cash, all kinds of old United
States postage and department stamps;
collections also bought. H. F. DUNK
HORST, 10057th st. nw. mv5-tr
WANTED "FA RMS.
WANTED A small fann, near the city
suitable for raising poultry, truck farm
ing, etc.; must have fair buildings and
improvements; give full description and
state price. .Address G. L. C, 436 1-2 H
6- aw. wyl0-3t
.TATZOM CORNER OF SIXTH AND
1 BTKEETH. j
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and Chicago ouis, Undunaa
7'v l'-u- Western .ex i :....
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"r ami'MSae CanaiidnTgua, Roches
aunday. r,lasara tfUls " except
1"xrcnt s,;nln,Ur:v.an,llicnov a"7.
1 p L. WUiiamsport Sundays, 3:40
I ?Iri ? ani1 'agara Kails dallv. excoc
1 Saturday, with bleeping Car WashinSoo
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Jer BuVAfS V "dalJjUa, Koches
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ff; week days, 2.01 aud 5.40 J. M.
7 rftJi t r "osion, without change,
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Bridge, all-rail route), 3.15 p. m. daPy.
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, (4.00 limited), 4.20, 5.40, 6.15, 6.50.
'7.10. 10.00, id 40 and 11.35 p. in.
ror Popes Creek Line, 7.50 a.m. and 4.30
p. m. dally exceDt Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.00, O.OO a. m., 12 15
u. 4 20 p. m. dally, except Sunday.
Sundays 0.00 a. m. a-d 4 20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Flor-
. ida and points on Atlantic Coast
I. Line. 4.30 a. rn.. 3.46 p. m. dailv;
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1 Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Sea
board Air Line, 4.4U p. m lally Ac
commodation Tor Quauttco, 7.40 a. m.
ami 4.25 p. rn. weekdays.
Ticket offices, ccrner Fifteenth and O
'ireete, and at the station. Sixth and B
Wreets, where orders can be lert for check
ing ot baggage to destination rrom hotels
. J. B. HUTCHINSON, General Manager.
J J. R. WOOD, General Passenger Agenn.
Schedule in effect May 2, 1897.
Leave "VV.i-'im;toii fioni t. ..ilou, (uuier ot
New Jersey avenue and C street.
For I'himta ami .orthwt-st. i-Mtiouleil
Ltmited trains, 10:0O, 11:45 a. m., 8:05
For Cincinnati, St. Louisand Indianapolis.
Express, 11:45 a. m. vestlijuied Limited
3:40 p. m., express 11:25 p. m.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express
daiiy. 1 nnio a. m and r -ji
For Columbus, Toledo and Detroit, 11 23
ror Winchester and way stations, J3.40
and :5.30 p. m.
For New Orleans, Memphis, Birmingham.
Chattanooga. Knotvi'i" Bristol :in
Roanoke, 11:20 p. m. dailv; Sleeping Cai
For Luray.3:40 p. m. dally.
For Baltimore, week days, 5.00. 6.30,
X7.05. X7.10. xS-00, S"30, X9.30. XlO.OO.
X12.00 a. m.,xl2.u5, 12.10, xl2. 10, X3:00,
3.20. X4JO. 4 35, X5.05, X5.1U, x5.30,
X6.20, 6.30, X8.00, 8 15.. xO.20. 11 15.
xil.50 p. m.. and X12.01 night. Simdaya,
S7.05, X7.10, 80, X9.00 a. m., X12.05.
xii iO, 1 00, xa.oo. o.-u. 4.ao, xO-05;
X3.10, 6.30, xS.OO. X9.20. 11.15. xll 50,
p. m., X12.01 night.
For Annapolis, 7.10 and 8.30 a- m.. 12:10
and -t.3u p. 111., Sundays, dJO a. in. , 4.33
For Frederick, week da vs. 7:35, 11 45
a. m 4.30, 3.30 p. m. Sundays, 1:15 p. m.
For Hagerstown. J10.00 a. m. and :5.30
For Eoyd and way points, week days,
7.35 a, in., 4.30, 5.30. 7.05 p. m. Sun
days, 1.15, 7.05 p. m.
For GaUherbburg and way points, week
days, 7.35. 9.00 a. m.. 12.50, 3.15. 4.30.
4.33, 5.30. 7.05, 11.40 p. m. Sundays,
y.no u. in., 1.15, 4.33, i 05, lff.15 p. m
For Washington Junction aud way points,
7.35 a. m., 4.30. 5.30 p. m. week daya.
1.15 p. m. Sundays.
Royal Bine Lino for New Tbrls
All trains Illuminated with Plntsch light
For Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and
the East, week days, 3.00, 10.00 a. m.
DlniugCar), 12.00, 1 12.40 Dining Car j, 3.00
15.05 Dining Car), (12.01 night. Sleeping
Car open at 10.00 o'clock), Sundays, i-J 00
a. in. Dining Car), (12.40 Dining Car),3.00
(5.03 Dining Car). 12.01 night; sleeping tar
open 10 o'clock. Additional trains foi
Philadelphia, week days, 7.05 a. m.. daiiy.
8.00 p. m.
BuffetParlor Car3 on all day trains.
For Atlantic City, 10.0O a. in., 12.00
noon, and 12.40 p. m. week days, 12.40
p. m. Sundays.
For Capo May, 12 noon.
tExcept 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 Tork
avenue and Kirteeutb street, and nt depot.
WM. M. GREEN, D. 1L MARTIN,
Gen. Manger. Man. ot Pass. Traffic.
(Schedule in effect May 2, 1S97.)
All train arrive aiu leave i-cuuajivanla
y a m. Dally, local for Danville, Char
lotte and way stations, connects atilanns
tas for Strasburg. Harrisonburg, and
Staunton, dally, except Sunday, and
at Lynchburg with the Norrolk ana West
ern dally and with the Chesapeake and
Ohio, daily, for the Natural Bridge and
L liVllfalm. paay.the UNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries "Pullman BurfeS
Sleepers, New York and Washington, to
JacksonViUe, uniting at Salisbury with
1'ulltuan Sleeper Tor Ashcville and Hcs
Enrfngs. N C, Knoxville. Chattanooga and
Nashville, Tcnn-.andatCbarlotte with Pull
IllKn hiecpw IUI a.urio. 1 uumau .BUI IV I
Sleeper NewlorktoNew Orleans, connect
?n" at Atlanta for Birmingham and 3Iem-
1 'a.mvi wn nut inue
; Tv, 1 m-iilfur Front Rnrni ri-n-
K,.,?,rnn. daily, except Sunday.
4.51 P- m Daily. jocuI for Charlottes-
10:43 p. m Dally. WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN. VESTIBULE!), LIM
ITED, composed or Pullman Vn.tibuleil
sleepers, dlulng cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New York to Nasli
vllle. Tenn., "via Ashevllle, Knoxillu
nnd Chattanooga: New York to Tampa,
via Ui-irlntle. Colli"' bin. Sw'Vniumi, am
aay coach Washington to Atlanta. South
ern Railway dining car, Greeniboro to
STRAnSserON WASHINGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington 9:01 a. in.
daily. 1:00 p. in. and 4:45 p. in. daily, ex
cept Sunday, and 6:25 p. m. Sunday ouly
for RoundHlll:4;32 p. 111. daily, exceptSuu
clay for Leesburg, and 6:25 p. m. daily foi
flerndon. Returning, arrive at Washing
ton 8:20 a m. and 8:40 n. m. daily and
3:00 p. m. dallyi except Sunday, from
Round Hill anu :'t a. 111 daily, wnp.
feunday, rrom Herndon, and b.34 a. iu.
Sally except Sunday, rrom Leesburg.
1 Through trains from the South arrive a;
Washington 6-42 a. m.. 2:20 p m , and
9.25 p. m. daily. Harrisonburg, 12:40 p.
in., nnd 9:25 p. m daily, except Sunday,
aud 5:30 a- n... daily, irom cnariottesvilie.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation, and in
formation rurnished at offices, 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenue and at Pennsyl
Tflnia Railroad Passenger Station.
W. n. UKisii, oeu. snpr.
j. M. CULl', 'lraffio Alanoger.
v. A. 'Xuum, Gen. pans. Agent
L. S. Brown, Gen. Agt. i.aa. xiopt
THE MOBIIIG USD SUNDAY TIMES
35 CENT5 PER MONTH.
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