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THE MOBKINQ TEMJg8 SUNDAY, MAT lf. 1897.
WANTED Firty men as supers by . the
Marlowe -Taber Company. Apply at
stage door of National Theater, Monday,
May 17, at 10 o'clock a. m. myl6-2t
WANTED Flrstolass wholesale grocery
salesman; muse have experience. Ad
Ureas K. C, this office. mylG-at
WANTED 2 papcrhangers; at once, J.
WALTER RYNIX, 808 D fit. RW. lt
WANTED Reliable men to -work for fire
insurance company on commission. Ad
dress COMMISSION, thlsotf ice. mylC-3C
SALESMEN bchoolsupplies: country "ivork;
si no sni.irv monthly: with liberal addi
tional commissions. It. O. EVANS ic CO.,,
WANTED A young man; a biend uuker,
at 4:17 0th st. nw. lt-em
WANTED- Dustier to sell an article used
lu every saloon. Address SALOON, this
erf ice. myl4-3t,em
WANTED I'upHs to learn
201 D st. nw.
WANTED- Two clerks, who understand
working on pension claims. Address, in
own lianuwritniK,siatlnir experience, wages
expected, etc, PENSION ATTORNEY, this
ofrice. myl 4-6 1
WANTED 3 good men to Bell tlie best
f article in the installment line, salary or
commission. Room 14, 41)4 La. ave.
WaKTEU- A white union barber. Apply
to 1310 3a st. nw. myl3-3t-em
WANTED Salesman for druggist sundries;
5100 per month and expense; experience
unnecessary. Address J. L. ARMS'l KONG,
IIP Burling Slip, N. Y. my 13-tf.
WANTED Canvassers to sell diamonds on
installments; must be able to furnish
bonds. Apply to JACOBS BROS., 1220
l'a. avc. rnyll-10t
"FOR RENT" cards. In plenty, at Busl-
ness Office of The limes; 5 cents each.
HELP WANTED -FEMALE.
WANTED A nIce,IndustrIousgirlcan have
a good permanent home. Address In own
handwriting, MRS. THOMAS H. LAW
RENCE, this office. It
WANTED A help girl; wages,
month. 1340 1 st. nw.
WANTED Lady singer of good appear
ance; must travel: good position. TUB
ATRICAL, this office my!0-3t
WANTED Cooks and chambermaids. Call
at once. 829 7th st. aw, mylG-3t
WANTED Lady agents for Blehl's German
Medical Skin boaps; call 9 a. ui. and 3
p. m., 722 Oth su nw. E. BLEHL.manu
WANTED -A dressmaker. Apply to CAR
TER, 2010 G nw. It
WANTED At'jnce, girl to take care of
" baby and do general Housework; to go to
Drookland; bring references. 1324 G bt.
WANTED An experienced waist hand.
Call after 7 o'clock this evening, 230
N. Cap. Bt. lt-em
WANTED Settled woman Tor
housework. 1412 12th ue.
WANTED Young; white or light colored
girl to atsint with child and make her-
kjir generally useful; refs. required; apply
between 8 and 0 p. m., at 1207 Conn. ave.
WANTED An educatedlady to prescntour
special Inuodiieiory otrer: eu.sy work;
pood pay. W. C. SEVERN'S, 437 7th St.,
Room 3. myl4-3t
201 D st.nw.
WANTED -Two white girls, for waiting
in dining-room; rers. Address MRS. K.,
The Auburn, l'a. ave. and 22d st.nw.
WANTED At Madame Mallison's Eclectic
- Cutting School and Dressmaking Acad
emy, 004 12th stL nw., ladles ami misses
us pupils; posicions furnished those holding
diplomas; patterns cut to measure: dress
making done leasouably. bend for cir
HELP WANTED MALE AND
.WANTED-I furnish help to leave the city;
r4 cooks, chambermaids or waiters. 829
i7thst. nw. myl 6-7t
'.s .WANTED All persons In need of good
-" help, apply to Mission Office, 1228 N st.
FURNISH alfklnds'of help. Call or ad-
dress 829 7th st. nv. myl 0-9 1
I FURNISH leliablc city ana country nelp
fiee of charge. Mrs- MOORE, 300 G
WANTED Cooks, general houseworkers,
waiters, drivers, porters, chambermaids,
'nurses, boys, farm hands, gardeners, laun
- dresses, Janitors, watchmen, engineers, fire
.men; quickest place to get work. SHACK
LEFOKD'S, 4"7 11th c. nw. myl5-7t-em
STriTATlONS V ANTED FEMALE.
WANTED By three colored girls, cham-
berwork or general houstwork; refs.
441 G st. mylG-4t
-WANTED -By a rci-pectable colored girl, a
place to do chamber work, uurtc, or
general housework, in small family. 450
Rfggs place nw. It
WANTED Place as wet nurse by com
petent colored woman. Address MOTH
Ell, this ofHce. It
WANTED By girl of 20, position as mil
this office. It
WANTED Place by lirbt-class laundress.
Call 451 O st. nw. mylG-3t
WANTED By white woman, place to do
gen. housework; no washing or Ironing.
. 910 2d st. ue. lt-em
- WANTisu Chiiarens plain ana rancy
f-ewmg at reasonable rates, lnrants waro
robes a specialty. Address MRS. .J . this
WANTED Situation In family to teach
English, music and i-'rench; a a week.
Address TEACHER, this office. lt-em
"WANTED By a respectable woman, a
place to do housework- Call No. 2000
v tn fit, nw. ' 52J"ic"3,;
WANTED By competent general house
worker, bituallon; best of refs. 1026
WANTED By competent woman, with
twelve-year-old child, position as house
keeper. HOUSEKEEPER, this orrice.
-WANTED By respectable colored woman
place to work half day; willing to wash.
1034 4th st. nw. myl4.-3t
, WANTED Middle-aged lady desires place
as housekeeper for widower; children no
'objection. Address 031 F st. nw.. Room
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
WANTED Work by house painter; steady
workman; for property owners; city or
country; work cheap. Address I C,
this office. it
TWANTED By young man position that
pays fair salaiy; willing to pay well for
same; assistant in hotel orrice preferred.
Address HOTEL, this office. It
WANTED First-class hotel kitchen man"
wishes pukiiion. in city oi foi-ntry. AU
drcss FIRST CLASS, this office. It
WANTED Place as plain cook or vsilcfc.
WANTED By young man with a years'
experience in country store employment
or some kind; best refs. Address BUSI
nkss, this orrice. it-cm
WANTED Young colored man wishes po
sition in a law or lcnl estate orilce Art-
dress D. p., this office. lt-em
WAA'fuo-By a young colored man place
to woik as handy man around a house:
understands wniiing and can gic excel
lent rers. Address U. J., this otnec.
WANTED By young man, position with a
business firm; collector or as-assistant
bookkeeper: can give cash security .and giro
flrst-cliiss refs. Address Box 27, D? 0
TVANTLD A place as becond baker on
bread and cakes by a young vhit man.
.Address T. W., this office. myl4-3t
WANTED By young man of 22, position
as assistant bookkeeper or collector; ids.
Address G. L. a., t.'Ua office. rr.yl3-3t-em
WANTED Fpsitfoa to drive for doctor;
-good references. 423 N. J. ave. nw.
WANTED Position as foreman vr lob
compositor In boob and Job pnniing
- orrice; 16 yeais' experience: moderate
salary. Address Box 97. this vf flco.
WILL exciumgo a fine rubber-tire buggy
for hlgh-CTadfi bicycle. Call, after 5
p. in., 73 P it aw. myl6-3t
CREDfT! CRED1T1 CREDIT!
LADIES' GOODS, DRESS PATTERNS,
SILKS, SKIRTS, SUITS, WAISTS,
-ETC.. MEN'S SUITS and TROU
SERS, Custom and Ready-
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, CLOCKS, Etc.
All the credit you want. At the "very
Send postal and will call with samples.
PEOPLE'S CREDIT CO., 611 7th st. liw.
WANTED 2 or 3 fur. or unfur. rooms for
light housekeeping in north or southwest.
u. l.. r, this office. Invl6lc
WANTED 1 laige or 2 email looms for
very light housekeeping, terms must be
moderate. F- A., this office. myl0-3t
WANTED Unfurnished room for storage,
or party to take partially furnished
house; O,, near Cairo; low rent. G., this
WANTED By two young married couples,
2 furnished rooms, with unfuruislied hail
room on 3d ncor;rent not to exceed $17.
Address YOUNG COUPLE, this office.
WANTED For light housekeeping. 2 or
3 rooms, beU 15th and 22d sis. in v.
Address L. AL.thtsorrice. myl3-2t-em
WANT ! .MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED Second-hand push cart; must
be reasonable. Addiess PUSH CART,
tills office. It
WANTED A teacher m perspective draw
ing; must be cheap. Address S. C.,125
11th st. no. It
WANTED To buy, a good man's sadale.
Address C. B. FINCH, 140 I N st. nw. It
WAM'KU- Single oak beoroom buite;
cheap. 1120 och hi,, nw. Item
WANTED Folding bed; also boolc case;
give dcscilplioii and price Address
FOLDING, thlsoMce. lt-em
WANTED Small incubator and brooder in
working order; cheap. INCUBATOR, this
GENTLEMAN desires loan of $100: se
curity and high Interest given. Address
L- K., this olfice. myl4-3t,em
WANTED To buy 2-wheel road cart;
ciieap. Address J . J. B., this office.
myl 4 3t
WANTED One rat or decisions of Com
missloner of Patents and one set of Pat
ent Gazettes, in good order. Address R, F.,
this office. myl4-3t
WANTED -To find the owner or property
on the corner or 18th and E. Cap. ne. Ad
dress FRANKLIN JONES , No. 19 C st. ne.
WANTED -TRY RUBBER ROOF, PAINT.
Will stop all leaky fret.-, and charge only
fur painting: workguaranteed.
NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO.
WANTED By young married couple and
2 children, 2 rooms and board; will al
low use or furniture sufficient for small
house and will pay $50 per mouth addi
tional. B. S. J., this office. myl 0-3t
VISITING governess wouldc.xchangctultion
m English branches ami French for good
Unle board. Address INSTITUTRICE.'t his
WANT ED AGENTS.
AGENTS Gold glass signs, name plates,
numbers: readable darkest nights: write
for free samples. THOMAS & CO., Engic
wood. 111. It
WANTED BOARDERS & ROOMERS.
FOR RENT Two well furnished rooms, 3d
floor, with or without board; all m 1.;
summer rates; location high; cars pass the
dooi. 1319 11th st. nw. my!6-3t
FIRST-CLASS board at Eldreah, Grant
road, between Chevy Chase and Teuluy-
ton-a cars; modern house; occupied by
owner; with large porches and lawns; terms
MELBOURNE'S attractions are cool shady
lawns, fruit, ice, dally mails, moun
tain scenery and periect health; 15 min
utes irom station. Address S. V. AUD,
GainesvUMe, Va. lt.em
FAIRVIEW FARM, Langdon, D. C, B
& O.; open for summer June l; close, con
venient, attractive: the inot charmlngspot
for summer stay; large, shady lawns; me
water and the best or rare; terms very rea
FOR comfortable rooms and good tabic
board, at verv moderate rates, apply to
TnOMAS WATERS, near B. & O. depot.
Magnolia ave., TakomaPark.D. C. myl3-4t
CLAGGETT MANSION -Delightrul rooms
and first-class tablfe board; Brightwood
electric c-irs pass gate. Apply on premises.
WOODLAWN-Opcn May 20: pleasant
rooms: healthy location; large grounds;
electric bells: gas and artesian water. MRS.
M. J. COLULY. Proprietress, Rockvilie.
Md. Address The Clarendon, Washington,
D. 0. ap27-lm
FOB RENT STABLES.
FRENTCheap, large newbrick stable;
also storage room. 1120 Oth bt. nw.
FOR RENT Brick stable, in the rear Of
230 1st st. ne. Apply et residence.
rOK RENT Takonla Park, one minute
from eiectric, five from Met. branch R.R.,
3 or 4.runiibhed roomsfor gentlemen: board
If desued: reasonable; garden, shade. fruit,
and excellent water. Address RANWOLD,
3 B st. be- myl0-3t
AT BRIGHTWOOD, D. C; ELECTRIC
CAR3 PASS THE DOOR.
TWO-STORY AND BASEMENT HOUSE:
NEWLY FITTED UP; GAS, WATER.
CONTAINING ELEVEN LARGE ROOMS.
OVER HALF ACRE OF GROUND.
TRICE, ?30 PER MO.. BY THE YEAR.
Apply to J. V. N.HUYCK,
nylS-at.cm 1505 l'a. ave. nw.
FOR REN'E COTTAGE.
FOR RENT 2 cottages on river front
near lower wharf; furnished; and 5
small 3-ruom cottages; unfurnished; with
artesian well. Apply JOHN A. PAIS ON,
Colonial 33ench, Va. myl0-3t
FOR RENT 5-room cottage; large yard;
at Lauicr Heights; convenient to U st.
and 14th st. cars: rent, $12.50. Apply C.
BRITTINGHAM, Lanier Heights, D. C.
FOR RENT F ARMS.
FOR SALE OR RENT A beautiful prop
erty; suitable for summer boarding-house;
convenient to two railroad stations; 30
minutes' ride on cars: cheap fare; 15-room
and basement dwelling, and all necessary
outbuildings. E. E. PERKINS, 605 Oth
bt. nw. m lt,eni
FOR"hENT 31 1-2 acres of land; half
hour's drive from Capitol; house and
stable; rentiowto reliable party. Apply to
OPPENHEIMER'S New Home Agency, 5M
Oth st nw myl3-3t
LOST Night of May 14, pray sllk-halr
hkye tenter dog, "Tatters," aged; had
ou leather collar with nunieious tags; lib
eral reward if returned to Gen. DUNCAN
S. WALKER, 202 A St. FC. lt-em
LOST A large St. Bernard dog. Re
turn to LE DROICT L. BARBER, "Bel
mont," 14th and Clifton sts. Reward.
FOUND Brown water spaniel; dog; owner
can have same by calling, proving piop-
erty, and paying charges. 831 20th st.
FOR SALE BICYCLES.
FOR SALE Five bicycles; in gcod con
dition; cheap. 3rd and K sts, se.
PRICES CUT IN HALF 1897 Arlimrtons.
$31; Triumphs, $31; WIndies, $31; Eries,"
fc.-t i ; .Barclays, a, .oearenngnts, i.zy;
Colunihias, 99c; single tube- tires, $2.05;
bells, 5c. up. CUT-RATE CYCLE CO.,
920 Pa. ave.nw. , myl0-3b
DEALERS AND RIDERS, ATTENTION
Unredeemed bicycles at one-third T.'Uue;
Columblas, Syracuse, Pacers, Ramblers,
Spaldings, March. Worlds, Flyers, Niaga
ras, Shirk, Liberty and Victors, and other
prominent makes ror ladies, gentlemen and
children; now and second-band: sundries
and parts. Salesrooms open oveniugs. Wo
nlso exchange or buy outright and taken on
storage. NEW YORK CYCLE CO., 434 9tn
tit, nw. myl2-7t,cm
DON'T FORUET to get your Window
Curds at tto Kuctaew Ufxtcs of Tin
'limes: tpXl-tt '
FOR KENT ROOMS.
.FOR RENT 509 2d St. nm, three fur
nished or unfurnished second floor con
necting: rooms; ,water in kitchen? every
jwuvenience for housekeeping. lt
FOR RENT First-class, clean, newly fur
nished rooms; for nice people; elegant
location. 1220 13th st. nw., near Thomas
FOR RENT Unfurnished, 706 13th st. nw.,
large airy commuuicuting rooms; summer
FOR RENT Four nicely furnished rooms;
summer prices; convenient to cars. 1 343
Corcoran st. n w. myl6-3t
FOR RENT On second floor; nicely fur
nished large ball room; a. m. J.; bath
on same floor.; 803 Oth st. nw. iaylG-3t
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms suit
able for housekeeping; $0 to 10 per
month. 227 1st-, st. nw. mylG-3t
FOR RENT Unfur. or fur., 2 saloon par
lors, one or both: high ceilings: cool; cen
tral. 1100 Ji th bw. nsylo-3t
FOR RENT Unfurnished, 3 nice large
rooms: buth, closets. gas,etc.;Iight house
keeping: second floor or a two-story bay
wmdow brick: cars jjass the door; terms
reasonable. 021 New Jersey ave. nw. it
FOR RENT 123 A st. ne , newly fur-
nished iooiuh; alio one desirable chance
for light housekeeping. myl0-3t
FOR RENT Nicely fur. front and back
rooms, complete furnished ror light
housekeeping. 317 Pa. ave. nw.; second
FOR RENT Fur. room; $1.25 per week;
convenient for bicycle. 1718 8th st. nw.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms on scc-
ond ftoor.72U 13thst.nw. inyl6-3t
FOR RENT Three nice, large unfurnished
rooms, at 1009 7th st. nw.; at reason
able price. myl0-3t
FOR RENT Two furnished front rooms!
first and hccond floors. 701 Oth st. nw.
FOR RENT-With nrstdass board: fur
nished room Tor two; refined fumlly.
111J 10th st. nw. mylG-3t
FOR RENT -Handsomely furnished, Za
ktoyTrontrcom; with first-class hoard.
.MRSPETER, 1002 M st. nw. It
FOR RENT Fur. rooms: board it de
sired: reasonable terms. 710 6th st. nw.
Fi?.1- RENT Newly furnished rooms on
2d and 3d floors; near Capitol and B. 4
O. depot. 222 New Jersey av. nw.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room with
lwirlr. or ,!, IT,. - I.. r.t ri
--...., uii L, u J.U., Ill UlUUIIk i'lUUS-
nnL; to desirable parties; cheap. iuyl6-3t
FOR RENT 2 nicely run rront rooms;
southern exposure; with good board; 2d
ami 3d floors; location rirst-class; table
boarders taken at reasonable rates. Apply
2319 l'a. ave. nw. ic
FOR RENT -Nicely rur. room; private ram
Hy; suitable for 2; no other loarders;
Kiard S4(l: beniltlfnl iiInfN. Tnr uiiitmor
iriO. Meridian ave , ML Pleasant. It
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, at 711 Mass?
ave- ue.; no children; rers.; no hotisekeeih
jug- myl 0-3t
i'OR RENT Two nice, fur. rooiiih, one
parlor; with lioard; $4 per week. 124
lltn st. se. lt.em
FOR RENT Two rooms on .second floor;
:8 per month; nice location. 1235
12th st. nw. It, cm
FOR RENT rieasant furnished room,
morning sun, clean and cool; cne-half
block new Library and Ave. cars; rers.
exchanged; price $. Address 220 1st
6t. se. myl5-3t-em
FOR RENT Two nlce,alry,2d-story rooms;
fur.; for couple, or two gentlemen; near
Capitol; rent reasonable. 405 2d st. se.
FOR RENT Nice rooms, for light house
keeping, or other use. 1223 luch st. nw
FOR RENT Furnished, three communicat
ing fcouth front rooms; also two, singly;
cli'wiil i.e v l,o..ho, !. ii niiiiiC. At i,oi-
keeping: refs. exchanged. OWNER, 221
E st. nw. myl5-3t
JfcOR RENT Cheerful, cool rooms; rur. aud
uurur.; lht and 2d lioor.s; I square rrom
Franklin J'urk; locaUon high. 1229 N. Y.
FOR RENT Takoma Park, Maple ave.. 4
rooms, 2d floor, $12 per mo- J. J.
BNODGRASS, 520 21st st. nw. mylo-3t
FOR RENT Two nice fumlsin-d rooms,
$1.50 to 52.00 per week. 717 II bt.
FOR RENT One rurnlshcd room; suitr.t la
Tor lady or gentleman, rent moderate.
812 .v c. ave. se., Capitol Hill.
FOR RENT One newly rurnithed front
loom. $8; and Trout parlor. 1233 N. Y.
ave. nw. myl5-3t
FOR RENT-918 N. Y. nve.; large, cool,
sj cowl-story, front room; also two
connecting, fur. or unrur., rooms; running
water; transient. myl5-4t
FOR KENT 2153 L bt. nw77 furnished
room on 2d rioor, and loard; $ia per
FOR RENT Two or ttiree unrurnished
rooms; all conveniences; very cheap to
adesirable party. 7204th st. ne. my!5-3C
IF YOU have unrurnished rooms or flats
ror light housekeeping, register with
us; we have a constant demand for them.
COLUMBIA ROOM RENTING AGENCY,
Room 00, Washington Loan aud Trust
iOR RENT Entire 2d floor, 4 rooms of
house No. lfcOO 7th st. nw., newly pa
pered and painted: also 3d floor, 5 rooms;
water In ioth; rented for light house
kceplngjkeysinstore below. myl4-3t,em
FOR RENT Furnished, front room, suit
able for two; large closets; also hall
room: with or without board. 220 Cat nw.
m y 14-2t-en
FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms, suitable
for housekeeping, on 1st and 2d floors;
very cheap. 717 1st nw. m yl4-3t-em
FOR RENT Cool, pleasant rooms; first
class board; $16 per month. 725 Sth ue.
FOR RENT Three nice, cool rooms; un
furnished; with closets, gas, and bath;
on 2d floor of 1230 7th bt. nw.; with front
FOR RENT 2d floor of 1407 6th st. nw.
myl 4-3 1
FOR RENT Large, unrur. second floor
room; southern; $H; other rooms. 453
u st. n w. my l"4-3t
FOR RENT NIcley fur. front and back
rooms.Call at6186th st. nw.myl4-3t
FOR RENT Two nice comm.inlcatlng
rooms; unfurnished; on 2d iloor; with
bath; alsooneslngie room; $G. 20SIndiana
FOR RENT 1 fur. and 2 umur rooms; gas
and water on same rioor; suitable ror
light housekeeping. Inquire 750 3d st.
FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms; largo
second-rioor bark and third front, $9 each;
cool and pleasant. 723 11th st. nw.
1QR RENT- 2 or 3 rooms, furnished or
unfurnished; bath and gas; rent moderate.
634 Acker st. ne. myl4-yt
FOR RENT The 1st. 2d and 3d floors,
unrur., 4 aud 5 rooms each, for house
keeping; very reasonable; every conveni
ence; newly papered and painted. 1311
14th st. nw. myl3-3t,em
FOR RENT Front room, for two; good
board; $4.50 each; meals sent out. 917
K- s6- w. myl3-3t,em
Sm?,?'"1 room, 2d floor, fur. or unfur.
uo R- I.ave. , cor, ath st. tiiyl3Jt-em
FOR RENT -2 large, unfur. rooms, 2d floor:
only $11; and I fur. room, $5. 225 3d
FOR RENT 2d-flcor suite of rooms, with
private bath: also 4 ou parlor roor, private
bath; elegant table in house: other rooms
$5 ana up. uaa and 9a4 14th st. nw.
FOR RENT Fur. rooms; 004 U st. HW.; 2d
storyfront; $9; 3d-story front; $4.50; high.
celling and cool. mvl3-4t
FOR RENT-Large, nicely furnished front
rooms: heat, bath and gas; at "summer
rates; smaller rooms, $5. 201 D st.
FOR RENT The upper part of. 1350 Wal
lach place", 3 rooms and bathroom; pri
vate entrance; $10 per month. inyll-7t
FOR RENT 2 Iargerooms;nicelyfur.; with
board; reasonable rates. 906 I st. nw.
FOR RENT Two rooms; rurnlshed or un
furnished; beautiful location; price, very
moderate. 1111 I street nw. myl5-3t-em
FOR RENT Nicely fur. room; opens on
to a veranda; 2d floor; $1.50 a week:
board if desired. 12 otb Bt, ne., near
E. Cap, st. cars and Capitol. myl5-3t,em
FOR RENT Unfurnished; Iargefront room,
closet and storeroom, gas bath; 3d floor.
327 Oth at. Be. iuyl5-3t-em
FOR RENT Front and back rms. on 3d
floor: one on 2d; light housekeeping; fine
locality. 1118 M at. rnyl0-3t,em
Z fur., fresh D&pered front
rooms; refs. required.
Yzt ism su.
w i ,-VmUrA P?r,cr with from 300 to
1,000 to proinoXe a new business en
terprise already started; from 25 to SO
Per cent guaranteed: a drairnhio imama
opportunity. Address U. H. W., this of-
fice- v. myl6-3t
ATTENTIONf-fFivcs rare bargains in groo
ery and provisionores; prices rangerrom
yi50 to U.QOOleaih. BUADSHAVV, 494;
Louisiana ave: inylC-3t
W ILL exchango nice building lot in nw.
fjr good paying business; value of lot,
SJ.-0O; no tr.usi. Address LOT, this
office. X. mvic-.'tfc
WA!XSEDrtSS5? a. man of business
ability, with $C00, lu a good, paying
J"??1" 1B.yi!syB0 t,ils; yu wl "oc
regret it. 921 N.Y. ave. myl0-3r
BUADSHAW can sell out your business
quick. 494 Louisiana ae. myl0-3t.
IN A VERST genteel business, lady or gen
Uetnan with Sf.o capital can be Inter
ested. Address A. 11.. tills office. u
II YOU want a good corner paying gro
eery store at a big bargain call at 1100
4 1-2 st. sw. myl0-3t
$175 will buy cigar and conrcctiouery store:
low r-nt. GOYEUNML-NT, tnlsotilce.
THIS will stand Investigation: cigar store;
nw.; paying business and exceptional bar
gain, lilt a DSHAW, 494 Louisianaave.
,.o will buy pne or the best groceries
'"''If clt.yrlfa.I..?7 u' s a uuy: rt-'ut
J2K.50. COMMERCIAL KXCDANOE,
Room 2, oi F. bU nw., basement.
Ki'.V?AL',f""uJ5'c.cry' will inventory about
A FEW hundred dollars will buy paying
iika iii'ii w i?I?,uliilat '"Jslnesslocaliij-:
FOR SALE-5175 will huy a good dining
room; 13 regular boarders, rent, -u;
Vmm'J'J'5 SS,Jll!j?ttf in inures. VoM-
MLRU1AL EXCHANGE, Kooii) a, 019 F
FOR HALii A corner grocery, on Georgia
avenue southeast; $150; HUri and Mx-
IIW.1!?. nmu ror W- a 'K bargain.
COMMERCIAL EXCHANGE, Ho7mi2, 019
t su nw., basement myl5-3Wm
FOR SALE -Grocery business, and proper-p.L-C"naVj
Addre!aP' O. Boxl20,Takoma
i ark, D. o. myl5-3t
i0J?,8ALET,,eaKenc-v'ror a fine wheel
and a number or giod hiring wheels
good money In It for an active young man
who understands the bicycle business;
terms easy. AddressOWNER OF WnEELS.
this office. myl5-3t
F?il8L,BSman Wocery and confection
. fr.re; t,,euP- 4th and D sts. se.
0R SALE Bicycle business; good hlr
.m.7nH.rei!a,r trad". one ofStbe Inist
stand In thscJtjr. with stnallespenses; and
,3Vi4?7,,n qaAh,' or a security re
niylMt SNAP, this office.
WE CAN SELL your business quick: with
otViV.i" P,uWcR COMMERCIAL EX
CHANGE, Room a, 019 F st nw., ia.se
'.'.WANT ADS. PAY.
""'"Our business brings us into close
touch with the people of the District,
ancHongr experience has taught us that
the quickest and most effective method
of catching the public attention and se
curing the public's business is through
the Want Columns of "THE TIMES."
We owe much of our own success to
"THE TIMES," which we consider the
most valuable advertising medium in
BRADSHAW & CO.,
4.94 Louisiana Ave.
BUSES' KSS CHANCES.
FOR SALE Two of the best grocery sto,es
in the nw.. sales from $35 to $40 a day;
will sell at inventory. COMMERCIAL EX
CHANGE, Room a, 019 F bt. nw., base
FOR SALE One or the best paying comer
groceries lu sw.: big bargain tor cash
buyer. COMMERCIAL EXCHANUE.Ruom
a, 019 F st. nw., basement. myX3-3t,em
IF YOU WANT to buy a nice paying gro
ceiy.storeseeCOMMERCIALEXX'IlANUE Room a, 019 F st. nw., babcment.
UOOD paxing business chances in all
bections or the city lor sale bv COMMER
CIAL EXCHANGE, Room a, 010 F. st.nw ,
basement. rnTl3-3t, em
roil SALE Grocery, meat and provision
store, horse, wagon, eta; price, $200.
HARD UP. myl3-3t-em
FOR SALE Stores and husiness chances.
NEWBOLD & CO., 425 G bt. nw.
FOR SALE Grucerv and provision store;
one or the best paying In the city. Ad
dress VERNON, this office. myll-6t
FOR SALE SUBURBAN.
HOMES CHEAP On the new electricrail
road from Washington to F'allsCliuich.a
beautiful subdivision lias just been opened,
with wide streets and avenues, known as
BALLSTON, about 2 miles.from Washing
ton, caie fare' 0 cents; S minutes' Hue
from the city by cleclric cm s, or 20 min
utes on a bicycle; splendid road.
Prlco of lots $125 and $100 each;
size, 25 feet wide by Horn 100 to 150 feet
lerms, $5 down: balance $1 per week:
no interest; 10 per? cent orf roi cash. A
large new station has just been erected;
30O shade trees have been set out. Hall
ston has a fine-giaded rehool, 2 stores, a
churches, and already a population or 250
persons. Buy a' lot lor a home or for spec
ulation and buy-'tiulckly so jou can pick
your choice. I (have also large nnd small
farms for salq.,Call for particulars and
plat. JAMES .E "CLEMENTS, 1321 F
sr. nw. !li myio-lm
FOR SALE &n'ef the prettiest G-rooms
and cellar cottages in Hyattsville; 15,500
square feet of ground; nicely fenced and
bet to fruit trees; barn; chicken and cow
house; excellent location; splendid water;
5 mfnutes from steam and electric E. R.:
easy terms. QW.NER, this office it
FOR SAL.E Tlje greatest oargain adjoin
ing the city; lot 30x90 to alley; on
H.l. ave.nw., jicklngton; 40 reet of park
ing In rront or lot; convenient to water and
sewer; only $025. DANIEL & ARMAT,
1313 F st.nw. myl5-3t-cm
FOR SALE OR EXOHANGE-For city
property, 271 acres ot fertilo land; well
watered, 9-room dwelling; 3 large barns,
4 tenement houses', good stock farm; one
half mile to railroad station; 12 milos from
Washington. E. E. PERKINS, 605 Oth
at. nw. lt.ein
ANT ONE who would like to buy a nice
new cottage, with grounds, on the rail
road to Baltimore, close to station and con
venient to the city, may obtain a bargain.
Address CAMDEN, this of Hop. my!4-5t
$100 DOWN and your note for $1,200 win
uuy a v-room uwemngin xeniej rown.u.
u.; 10c 20XJ.OU; caueariy. j. jj.
van, mth ana G.t
BPIRITUALISM-tWonn Hall. 721 6th
St.. nw., Mrs. .Zoller will hold her usual
b una ay evening meeting. Psychornetrlo
readlnjr, teats, etc;; seance, Wednesday
evenlnKatresldnceteia 6tU at. nw.; In
terview; daily. em
FOR SALE AND RENT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN,
THOMAS E, WAGGAMAN.917 F ST. NW
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAMB
HOUSES FOR SALE.
59FIa. ave.nw., b. h.,7rms ?5,000
Jao aim 3340 T st. nw. f.h.,orras.
1609 King Place ne., 0 rms
301 o st. sw., b. n., 0 rms
1222 Wylie st. ne., 6 rms
1U4 26th st, nw., f. h 4 rms...
1112 K st. se., f. h.,5rms
359 O st. sw., f. h., 5 rms
1020 8. Cap. st., b. h., 5 rms...
120 to 126 Scott's alley ne.. b. h
414 K St. se.. f. h. I rms
Store and dwg., 17th, bet. E. Cap.
aud A sts
4 alley, lath and 13th, T and U
2735 q st. nw., f. n., 5 rms
000 10th st. ue., f. h., 0 rms
Alloy, bet. 4 1-2 and Oth, H and I
9 alley, bet. N. Cap. and 1st, 6"and
P sts. nw
039 20thst.ne..f. h..4rms
. 1 25
7th Bt. bet. V and W sts nw.
N bt., bet. 23d and 21th sts.nw
1' bt-, bet. 33d and34tu sts. nw
17th st., bet. E. Cap. aud Ast.se.. ..
D st., bet. 18th and 19th sts. nw
Luithicum place, bet. 31 stand 32dsU.
K St., bet. 13th and 14th sts. ec
B St., bet. 33d aud3tth sts, nw
1023 22d st. nw. 11 rms
1122 22d bt. nw., 9 rms-
530 Spruce st.nw., 0 rms
709 a st. nw., a rms
59, 01 and 03 L st.nw., 6 rms...
1309 I) st. sw., 0 mis
710 L hfc. nc.O-rms
2901 7th st uw.,0 rms
1921 Est. nw.. Onus
Nichols ave., Anacostla, 5 rrns.
.. 35 00
.. 25 40
.. aa 50
.. 17 00
.- 15 00
.. 12 50
.. 12 00
.. 11 00
.. 10 00
STORES, OFFICES, Ac.
Stable, rear 1314 Mass ave nw....$125 00
Store, ao La. ave. nw 115 00
Store, 1 nn and cellar, 433 lltti
Btnw 75 00
Btorc and dwelUng, 1024 E st and
439 20th st nw 50 00
Store and dwg, 1402 Pa ave nw- 45 00
Stable, rear 334 C st. nw 50 00
Warehouse, 913 Md. ave. sw 35 00
Hull, 3d floor 419 loth st.nw. .... 35 00
Lincoln Hall Bldg.. Room 2 30 00
Store and dwg, 1410 3d st nw 14 00
The above is only a portion or the prop
erty on my books. For full list call at
orrice ror oulletm, issued on the 1st aud
10th. THOS. E. WAGGAMAN.
ap24-tf 917 F se nw.
FOR RENT, SALE OR EXCHANGE 12
rooms: Loughbororoad;shade: lOmlnutes'
walk to Chevy Chase cais; 10 minutes'
walk tuTeuieyiown electriccars.BROOKE.
this olfice. myl0-3t
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE-Nicc little rrame house; pays
13 per cent; tJJOO cash; balance, your
own terms take It; white or colored; un
heard or bargain. REX, this orfice. It
FOR SALE Homes built to order in
northwest Eckingtoi. adjoining the city;
guaraateed to be an 8 per cent investment
on putchase price when rented; little cash
required to own your own home and stop
paying rent. Call ror particulars. DANIEL
tk, ARilAT, 1313 F st. nw. inyl5-3t-em
FOR SALE HOUSES.
tOR SALE Price, $l,soo cash; a two
J"10. rra,e house, no motl. imps.; lot
xlOO to 30-fU aUey, title perrect. See
OWNER, 039 lo.th st. ne. lt-em
OK b ale The best bargain in city;
only to colored persons; have reasons lor
doing-so; handsome press-brick rront; large
Day window; S large rooms and bath;latest
""I' i,,nn,WnS: a-story stable; in select
neighborhood. Address 800, this orilce.
?K ,aAEE-A well-built brick house; aR
mod. imps, and newly papered and paint
ed, with btable to public alley. Apply on
premises. No. 1009 ath st. nw; myl-tf
FOK SALE A. beautirut new no use; 0
rooniB and bath;bouth rront; within one
square cabio cars; price only $4,000; a
IRtJo cash and balance $10 monthly and In
terest, takes It this weuS- JOHN F.
PARKT, 1411 G at. malu-tf-em
FPU RENT HOUSES.
FOR .RENT No. 600 lothst. ne.; 6 rooms;
concreted cellar; pressed bnck front;
bay window; and all ni. 1; only $15.20
per month. F. J. DIEUDONNE, Ohio Na
tional Bank Builduig. myl0-3t
FOR RENT No. 2010 2d st. nw., a six
room bouse, with water; $12 per mouth.
FORRENT Furnished; 9-rooinbrlckJAjusO.
No. 1933 15th st. nw.,for the scunner;
modern convenience; awnings and'-sdroenfj;
FOR RENT No. 532 5th st seTTtf-Faom
bay-window brick; cellar. Oath and all
m.lmps; key at 530; $20; also No. 727 4th
st. nw., store, 0 rooms and bath; all m.
tin.; key at 729 4th st,; $25. Inquire by
T. L. SCHMIDT, 1310 E St. nw.
FOR RENT 128 D st. ne. A 9-room house;
a. 111. 1.; llo-footlot; southern exposure;
3 rooms rented If satisfactory; very rea
sonable terms' to right parties. OWNER.
Key on premises. mylo-3t
FOR RENT 1 16 Pierce st. nw.; two'stbrles
and basement; six rooms; brick.
FOR RENT, LEASE OR SALE Elegant
14-rm. 3-story brick dwelling', with good
garden and acres In lawn, fruit, ever
greens and flowers; a delightful home; over
looks town, country, mountain and plain;
clean, thriving village; H churches; excel
lent schools; gcod water; house nicely furn
ished; high, cool, shady: healthy; 3 min
utes to depot; l hour to Wasington by rail;
fare 1-2 cent a mile; rent, $70 a month;
""- "-". i;cuk u 1111 ic, icuii, cio a nn
lease, $50 a month for 3 or 5 years,
dress REPOSE, thlsorflce. myl 4-J
3t,em F OR RENT 709 5th st. nw., 9 rooms; hall:
back stairway; porcelain-lined bath: hot
and cold water; rent reduced to $28.50;
house openrrom 9:30 to 4:3Q. myll-4t-em
FOR RENT $13.30; 0-room. brick; 686
FOR RENT 405 and 407 3d Bt. BW alx
room brick; water; in splendid condition;
to deslrablo colored tenants; $13.50 each.
Apply 942 K st. nw. apl-tf,em
WANTED In South Washington, a home
about 7 or 8 rooms: 20-rt front, m
alley; cost. $2,800. A. J. WHITAKEE,
auey; cost, $u,S0l
Room 4, 918 F at.
FOR RENT STORE & DWELLING.
FOR RENT Store and dwelling. 719
7th lit;, nxtr rfioAfo Annlvi tv. n-mrtay
1731 14th st. air. sayl6-7t
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13 1-2 St. A Pa. Ave.
m crrect May 9, 1897.
For Alexandria (week days), 0:30,7:05,
ex.; 7.30, a:oo. ex.; s:30, ex.; o:oo. 0:50,
10:03, ex.; ll:oo, 11:45, a. in. ia:05,ex
la. ao, i:io, 1:45, a:oo. ex.; 2:40, a:oo,
ex.; 3;ao, 4:00, ex.; 4:15, ex.; 4:45, 5:05,
o:ao, ex.; 5:40, 0:05, ex.: 0:25, 7:00, 8:00,
0:oo io:oo, ii:ao, n:o p. in.
For Alexandria (Sunday only), 8:00,
9:00, lo:oo, 10:30, 11 00, 11:30, a. m.
la.oo, noon. 12:30,1:00, 1:30, 2:00, 2:30,
3:00, 3:30, 4:00, 4:30. 5:00, 5:30, 0:00,
0:3u, 7:00, a:0O, y;oo. 10:00. 11:20 p. m.
rur Jiount Vernon and way Biauuia
(week days), 0-30, 10:05, 11:00 a. m.
12:05, las, a:05, 3:00, 4:u0, 4:16 p. in.
F'or Mount Vernon and Way Stations,
Sunday only), 0.30. 9:00, 11:00 a. in.
a:oo, 4:oo p. m.
For Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge
iweek days), B:00. 8:30, 9:00, 10:05,
11:00, 11:45 a. hi. ia:20. 1:15.2:05.2:40,
3:00, 3:30, 4:00, 4:15, 5:20, 0:05, 0:25,
7:00, H-.UU p. in.
F"or Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge
(Sunday oniyj, .0o. 9:00, lo:00 10:30,
li.oo, ii:ao a. in. I2:0i noon. 12:30,
l.oo, i;30, 2:00, 2:30, 3:tt0, 3:30, 4:00,
4-30, 5.oo, 5:30, 0:00. 0:30, 7:00, 8:00
ixiggagj! checked Tree Tor passengers
holding rirst-class Uckets at Station. Bi
cycles, as cents each. G. E. ABBOT,
FOR SALE anscEUANEorr.s.
on SALE Wo are snowing a Cery largs
absortmeiit of Aloxley's improed Dry
Air ice Boxes; the best aud must econom
ical for hotel, butchers and grocers. THE
J.T. MOXLE5C ICE BOX AND FIXTURE
co., factory rear or ai, am, am bin
bt. ne. mh2-tr
FOR SALE 4 handsome oak folding beds,
50, SH and $10 each; 2 handsome oak
bedroom suites, Just like new, $14 and $16
eacn; elegant oaK warurooe, $12, used one
month; Handsome enamel bedroom set,
$12.00; 1 solid black walnut set, marble
top, 510; a Handsome bronze piano lamp,
out of the White House, $12, cost $40;
3-plece cherry parlor set, silk, 512; one
fin IraMinr llfirnrv Kiilte. nw. $40! 1
handso.neoak bed lounge, $10;coucn, $10;
ic or dishes, ic eacn; wanirooe, sa; nair
mattresses, $4 each; gasoline stove, with
oven, $3; and a lot of fine house furnlsn
iugs; can be seen Monday and Tuesday
only. 921 N. Y. arc., down stairs. It
FOR SALE -Good, second-hand meat ice
box. MOXLEY REFRIGERATOR CO.,
214, 210, 21 8th st. ne. myl6-3t
WANTED Lumber man to purchase 30,
000.000 feet choice White Pine stump
age, $1.80 per 1,000; poplar and white
oak trees. P. O. BOX 315, Washington,
D. C. It
FOR SALE 2d trust notes, at an inter
esting discount; solid values lu property
Address PROFIT, this orrice mylO-Jt
FOR SALE Baby carriage, in excellent
conditlou. Apply 1215 R. I ave. nw.
FOR SALE On account or moving, will
sell my household rnrniture, iron rorce
pump, lawn mower, etc., very cheap. 10H
Arthur st., Anacobtia, myl-3t,em
FOR SALE -Hamlsewlngmachlne; In good
order;only $1. 46 Fst. nw. myl5-3t-em
FOR SALEFme black Nejvroundland
mother, one year old, und - male pups;
together or singly. G. D. W.. this office.
NEW high-arm sewing machines, $10;
light-ruuning, slightly used machines,
$10: Singer machines, In good order, $7.
At FUNK'S, 327 C st.se. lt,era
FOR SALE One White sewing machlner
$10: 1 Domestic, $10; 1 Household, $13;
all in perfect order; 5 years' guarantee.
FUNK'S SEWING MACHINE OfcFJCE, 327
C st. se. lt.em
F.ORSALE-One six-foot dining-'tahle, $2;
1 range, first class, $s; 1 gas stove. 2
burners, $1.50; 1 organ, first class, $30.
1013 10th st. nw. lt.em
hound dogs. Apply 517 E st. nw.
FOR SALE A large-sized Ice box, sult
able ror grocery or restaurant. Apply
30 32 M st, , J3 eorgetown. Jiiyl3-3tiem
FOR SALE -Cheap. oda Tountain In good
condition. Can be seen at 1146 7th st
n w. myl 4-3t
FOR 8ALE 3 large blue print boards with
trestles; also blue print board with zinc
pan, etc. Were made to order and are
very strong. Will sell for cash chedp.
Address Box 87, this orfice. myl4-3t
FOR SALti A grandfather's dock; in
good order. 1335 14th st. nw.
FOR SALE Portable oven, second-hand;
will do work equal to a brick oven; pnee
tow, terms easy. W1LLARD, this office.
my 13-4C, em
YOU can get them at The Times counting
room: window cardsfor rooms and board;
all kinds, 5c ,
FOR SALE DIamondson easy terms; drop
postal; agent will call with samples. Ad
dress II. M. 3., this orfice. myl 1-1 Ot
FOR SALE-Fresn cows: always on hand;
would alao exchange ror dry cows. JNO.
DENEKAS, 3310 Brightwood ave.
FOR SALE Dachshund, collies, spanlals
and rox terrier puppies; also joun;j tame
Sfjuirrels and monkeys- SCU.M1D'S BIRD
STORE, 712 12th st nw. my7-tf,em
FOR SALE Ferd-water heater. smoke
stack (30 inches diameter. 70 feet high.
water-tube boiler (fcO horse power), anil
two power transmitters; all in fit st class
rmifhrfnn! Tin r,nsonnlil nffpr i-Mfii:l
Apply to G.C. THOMPSON. Chief Engineer
Purity Ice Co.. Armorj place, near rah
and L sts. nw.
FOR SALE HORSES VEHICLES.
FOR SALE Cheap, 1
Cor. Oth and K
wagon, 1 top buggy.
FOR SALE 2 good horses, harness and
2 delivery wagons; good condition: $50
and $75 for each, team or separate. 1122
lfcthst. nW; mylO-Ot
FOR SALE Bay horse; sound and gentle;
suitable Tor ramily use or business pur
poses; arraid or nothing; stands without
hitching; price. $30. to immediate pur
chafer. 110 1L st.nw. myl5-2t
FOR SALE Fast pony, phaeton, and har
ness; also dayton. 1-00 Va. ave. sw.
FOR SALE 1 new wagon, suitable for
products or feed dealer: also good econd
band buggy: will be sold cheap if sold at
once. THOS. E. FRAZZARE, rear of se.
cor. 4 1-2 st. and Pa. ave. myl4-3t
FOR SALE S1113II panel cut under wagon;
rirst-class condition. 1225 10th st. nw.
t'va SALE Two side bar buggies, 2
daytons, 1 Tine panel wagon, a phae-
FOIt SALE-HORSES AND VEHICLES
S. D. Houck, 301 10th st. nw.; large as
sortment of new and second-band double
and single harness, 100 sets or govern
ment wagon harness; also a large assort
ment ot dooble hack and coupe harness; 100
government saddles. aplli-lm.em
FOR SALE At u i-ucmice, tunica, j
grocery wagons, 2 dajtons, 1 light panel,
and other carriages and buggies at great
bargains; also horse, trap, and harness.
927"D st.nw. relO-tf
TOUR slow and doubtful accounts, unpaid
checks, notes. Judgments and outlawed
claims collected everywhere. Call or ad
dress IIANLON, Lawyer, 1114 G st. nw.
SENOR VALDEZ, teacher ot French and
Spanish: 24 1-hour lessons or 12 2-hour
lessons for $6. STDDIO, oil 6th st, nw.
FRENCH lessons to children or adults, at
moderate rates; best references, to former
pupils. Address FRANCAISE, this of-
fice; myl 6-3 1
MANDOLIN, banjo, guitar, taught at pu7
iiu a iu3iuku;, ieasuiiBUlc icriits. It.
BRAILSFORD, 722 lOthst. nw. iuyl5-3t
JillC. A. TREGLNA
Instruction given at residence or puplL
Convenient hours. Terms, $2 per lesson.
Addrfss A.TREGLNA. 519 Htfa at-so.
FOR HIRE To drummers nnd buslnesa
men. !inrjti nnd hnccv nr tinirmn
.per day, and special pnecafor pleasure
unviug. Jipiny uo ine udjk. riXAULilia.
rear 615 E st. nw,; telephone call, 109.
FOR HIRE At prices to suit the umca,
horses-, carriages,- and wagons; all styles;
also board horses by the day, week, or
AND-HARNESS C0.r27 frit-av.
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
7"?.CL&'..fl- wcek days PITTSBURG EX
,. . b3 Farlor and Dining Cars, Harrb
burg to Pittsburg.
10.50 A. M. PENftjjyLVANIA LIMITED
77hi?'?n Sleejilng; Dining, Smoking and
Observation Cars,llarrisbuVg-to Chicago,
in?n,na,tl'Jn,u,anaP1,s. S6- Louis, Cleve
V?.nda5a ToleUo. Burret Parlor Car to
10inHA; A1" KAiiT LINE-Puliman Burret
J'ExDresi,-"0 AN" - ifi5!5
rSrfc. "8JllePlnK. i M"S
nmi un-So,:?,-.. - ,.."r"y"j' -:-sur
Car to Chi catri i to
M. SOlJTFIWKftTUmisr i.'rturua
7TP.n.,KI"an s,e,eplug Cars Washington to
Plttjmurg and Harrisburc to St. Louis
uuu. Cincinnati. Dining Car.
,;?' A1-. ACH-iU Li-1'RESS-i'Ull--f?
b'eeplnsr Car to Plttstvurg.
' "Sr, "",. ,l0Aane' Canandaigua, Rochev
Sunda Wlasara Fans oany, except
1(i."9.Ai: iU r?r E,mIra and Llenovo dally.
f-pt?unay Kor oc Haven week
P m. WUiiamspore Sundays, 3:40
7MVtr!rJU' fJ WiUIamaport, Rochester,
"ff ? ana ,wasara Fails dally, exepe
Saturday, witli Sleeping Vat Washington
nftf???1?,11011 "ndge, via Burraio. fc
tir n,.rr,M0ri:,rte naiulaigua, KochPa
ter. Burraio, and Niagara Palls daily,
peeping Car Washington to Elmira.
or 1'xiiladeipiiiu. .e xorK, ana
vvv-K- '.'ONURisasiONAL LIM
in.r?' ,danyj al1 Parlor Cars, with Din
fTii,r Uc?u Itlmore. Regularat 7.00
tr in?,r J'.?A00a 'u" 1-', (Dining
D,d,ll.0,(ilniD -'ar 'ran WiF
l n n7T?,niiK .y 1--40, 3J.5 4.20. 6 50,
Car rZrJJ 800 '00' 1Lu0 IDlnlnK
4" k1? iTPiSK0"' A-"-j 12.15,3.157
i.hit ,e,.C?' 100 acU H-l P. M. For
J i hiladelphia only. Fast Express, 7.50 A.
m JZ?Sk. days- Express 12.16 P.
rtAiT. Ua72' 2S'01 anU -40 J, ill
7 rn'rl K?r Boston, without change,
oaliy wee days' and 4-20 p-
For Atlantic. CAtV Ivtn noi.K... r,.
Bridge, all-rail routej, 3.15 n, m. dilJy.
iAltl-7lore-H--5-7-)-7 SO??) od.tMm:
in.Rft nni 11 tn
'ih: 201- 3-i5 3740 (ioo ifiS
iuo' TM-?,-. ?-,1jV ,a. 7-iu.
?iSiU,Ddy 79a 800v 9-o. 90. fo.50;
-V,0 AHJJi 4--U D"40' -l. -50
i.lll 10.00. 10.40 and 11.35 p. fn
l?or Popes Creek Line, 7.50 a.m. and 4.30
y. tn. dally except Sunday.
0r ,A?Oa?oUs, 7.00. 9.0O a. m, 12 15
anu 4 0 p. in. daily, except Sunday
Sundays, lf.0O a. in. ad 4.ao n auay-
.uauuc uonsc L,ine Express for Flor
Ida and points on Atlantic rv
Richmond only, 10.57 a. m. week days1
Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Sea-
wiu .o.ir iiue, 4.4U p. in iially Ac
commodation ror Quantlco, 7.46 a. m
and 4.25 p. m. week days,
licket ofnees. corner Firtecnth and O
streets, and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left Tor check
ing of baggage to destination rrom hotels
and reside ncea.
J. B. HUTCHINSON. General Manager.
J. R. WOOli. General Fa&wonger Agent.
Schedule In effect May 16, 1897.
Leave Washington rrom aiarion, uruer of
New Jersey avenue and C street.
For Chicago and iiirttiwest, v t:.tiouleil
Limited trains. 10:00, 11:46 a. m.. 8:05
For Cincinnati. St. Lonlsandlndlanapolls,
Express,, 11:45 a. m. Vestlbuled Limited
3:40 p. m., express 11:30 p. m.
For Pittsburg; und Cleveland, expresa
daily, 10:00 a. m and &.n v. m
For Columbus, Toledo and Detroit, 11:30
.fcor Winchester and way stations, 3:40
and :s.30 p. m.
For New Orleans, Memphis, Birmingham,
CJ'iUUinoofra. Knoxvin- Brmti .,na
Roanoke, 11:20 p. m. dally; Sleeping Car
For Lumy. 3:40 p. m. dally.
For Baltimore, week, days, 5.00, 60,
X7.05. X7.10. x.7.30, x8.00, 8.30, x9.30.
X3.00, 3.20, X4.30, 4 35, XG.05, xo.10,
X5.30, X6.20. 6.30, x&.OO. b 15. X9.20,
nio, xn.iw p. m, anu XLiioi nignt.
For AnnanoIIs, 7:10 aiidS:3u . m..i5-in
mid -t.3o p. in.; Sundays, dau a. m. . 4.J3
For Frederick, week days, 8.00, 11 45
a. m., 4.30, 5.30 p.m. Sundays, 9.00 a.m.,
1.15 p. m.
For Hagerstown. J10.00 a. rn. and :5.30
For Boyd and way points, week days
8.00 a.m., 4.30, Xi.30, 7.05 p. m. Sundays,
9.00 a. m., 1.15, 7 05 p. m.
For GaitnerbDurg and way points, week
davs, 8.00, 9 00 a. m , 12.C0, 3.00, 4 30,
4.33, 5.30. 7.05, 11.40 p. m. Sundays.
0.110 'A- lit., 1.15,4.33. 7.05, 10-15 p. m
For Washington Junction and way points.
$ 00 a. m., 4 30, 5 30 p. m. week days,
9.00 a. m., 1.15 p. m. Sundays.
Royal Hluo Line for New Xorfe
Jill trains Illuminated with Piutsch light
For Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and
the East, week, days. 7.05.8.00, 10.00 a.
n.., 12.00, (12.40 all Dining Cars, 3 Co,
Car open at 10 00 o'clock), Sundays, 7 05,
9.00 a. m., (12.40 ail Dining Cars), 3.00
(5.05 Dining Car), 12.01 night; sleeping car
open 10 o'clock. Additional trams for
Philadelphia, week days, dally, 8.00 p. m.
BuffetParlor Cars ouall day trains.
For Atlantic City, 10.00 a. m., 12.00
noon, and 12.40 p. m. week days, 12.40
p. m. Sundays,
For Cape May, 12 noon.
JExcept Sunday. xExpress trains.
Baggage called for and checked from
hotels and residences by Union Transfer
Co. on orders left at ticket oKices, 619
Pennsylvania avenue nw.. New Tort
avenue and Fifteenth street, and .it depot.
W M. M. GREEN, D. B. MARTIN,
Gen. Manger. Man. of Pass. Traffic
(Schedidc In effect May 2, 1897.)
AH trains arrive una icato icuitojminla
8 a m. Dally, local for Danville. Char
lotte and way stations, connects atAlanas
eas for Strasburg, Harrisonburg, and
Btaunton, dally, except Sunday, and
c Lynchburg with the orrolk and West
ern dally and with the Chesapeake and
Ohio, daily. Tor the Natural Bridge and
Il1-I5ta!m. Dall7.the UNITED STATE3
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman Burrc
Kleeuers. New 1'ork and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with
Pullman Sleeper Tor Ashevllle and Hos
Knrin"S. N- C, Knoxville. Chattanooga and
NasuyUle.Tcnn .andat Charlotte with P.ill.
iwtsi Sleeper ror Augusta: PuUman Buffet
l"eDer New York to New Orleans, connect
In"- at Atlanta for Birmingham and Mem-u7i?-
ssini train . uaiwi to rc,.v
Orleans without change. Sunscc personally
-nn.iuctcd tourist excprslon througu sieeiier
nn this train every Saturday to San Fran
cisco, without change.
4 01 P- m- Local tor t ront Royal, stras
burir aud Harrisonburg, with connection for
Btaunton, daily, except Sunday.
4 51 p m- iuiiv, local ror Charlottea-
10-43 P. m Dally, WASHINGTON AND
BObTU WESTERN, VESTIBULED, LIM
ITED composed ot Pullman VcKtibuIet!
Blecuers, dining cars and day coaches.
J'ulliuan sleepers New York to Nash
TUle, Tenn , via Ashevule, KnoxvlBo
nnd Chattanooga; New lork to Tampa,
vi 1 ChiirlntU, Columbia. Saunnan ait
JocksonvlUe; New York to Memphis, via
Birmmstiaui; At:w lork to New orieaiia.
via Atlanta and Montgomery eRniu-U
nay coach Wastlngton to Atlanta- Southern-
Railway dining car, Greensboro to
WTRAINSeON WASHINGTON AND OHIQ
DIVISION leave Washington 9:01 a. tn.
dally, 1:00 p. m. nnd 4. 15 p. in. dally, ex
cent Sunday, and 6:23 p. ra. Sunday ouly
for RoundHiH:4-32 p. m. dally, except Sun
day for Leesburg, and 6:23 p. m. uaily Tol
llerndon. Returning, arrive at Washing
ton 8:20 a m. aud 8:40 p. m. dally and
300 p. m. dally, except Sunday, from
Kound Hill ami 1 ot a. m. uaui, u.u(ik
Bunday, rrom Herndon. and 8j4 a. iu.
flatly except Sun-lay, rrom Lecburg.
Through trains from the Soulh arilve as
Washington O 42 .a. m.. 2 20 p. m.. and
9.25 p. m. daily. Harrisonburg, 12:40 p.
tn., and 9:25 p. m daily, except Sunday,
and S. 30 a. n., daily, irom Lnariuttajue.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation, and In
formation iur nished at orf ices, 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenue andat Pennsyl
vania Railroad Passenger Station.
W. 11. UK1SK, Gen. bupr.
' j. M. cuep, 'irarric MannfrcT.
t w. A. TUlUt, Gen. Pass. Agent.
L& JBrown, tien. Agt. 1'aaa. Uepr
WANTED FOSTAGE STAMPS.
"WANTED For cash.all kinds of oldUulted
-States rostage and department Btamp;
collections also boueht. H. F. DUNK
HORST, 1005 7tb 6t. nw. myO-tt
7. "-""uuis mj ou looms', ruasnvuis
(via Cincinnati) and Chicago.
jiiun ibieenmir far tn I'ltt.i,.,
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