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THE MOKNINQ TIALE3, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1897.
MOXEr "tVAXTKD AT TO lOAK.
H. K. FULTON'S loan office. 1218 Pa. avo.
nw,, money loaned un watcnes, diamonds,
levrclry, silver ware, eta 5.Pi?I?5
MOKEYTO La AN From 50 to SpO, to
reliable pait.es. J. II. BURNS.l-ooin S,
Central blag., nth ana lanevjnyi7-7tem
LOANS MADE ON APPRO VED COLLAT
erat, such as lire policies, stocks, bonds,
building association shores, Rviidn at cer
tificates, etc No delay. ..ERKES &
B..K.1.R, 1U0 b' st Ta be elevator. tf
LUA.SS MADE ON FCli-MTtlW',
Losns made on Furniture, I lanoa, Horaos.
Wagons, etc.. at lowest rates and quickest
possible time. Strictly confidential, Plenss
call before securing loans elEewhera.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
010 if Ti-n northwest.
MONEY TO LOAN $1,01)0 upward, at 5
and 5 I- per cent, on l. C" rea' .'btutc;
52r.u,- 30.i. etc., at 0 per cent; all
iiansuctioas conducted wi.h economical
couhldelntlun Tor boiiowei-9.
VIL1.-M 11. BAUM), -. . fO..
nplu-tr 1-107 F st. nw.
MONEY TO LOAN "at 5 and G uisr cent;
security, real estate In District or Oo-"-inbia;
no" delay beyond an inspection of
propertv and examination of title. WAL
TER"!!. .ACKER. 704 14th 8t nw. mh2S-tf
help "wanted male.
"WANTED tailorTljuj.uelmcn. Apply
1811 14th st nw. lt
WANTED A live man with SI 50 cash;
a good place; $15 to S25 a week and
Interest in business;, rare chance. T. V.
u., tins office. my-O-ut
"WANTED-A good barber, to work Satur
daya. 1204 llth st. bo. my20-3t
city ouci ajd 'eso lor "no v teiepnone
ati-aonmeu-; large profits, rea'iy sale, n.iiall
capital required. DENNIS, 207 Pa. ave.
nw. myl u-.it-em
"WANTED G ennan
boy -with experience
to work la Lake-mop.
11 -it. II M. Illi
"WANTED A. bread baker at aid E. Cap.
WANTED First-class solicitor, to call on
physicians In Washington- Address, giv
ing age, salary, experience, etc, DOCTOR,
this office. lt,ein
WANTED Male; a firtt-dass cook; Amer
ican and Luiupeau; cayanle of cooking
for 100 people. Call at me GENOA. 8uS
12th st. nw., 3 p. in. myl9-3t
WAN1EO-A gooJ.sober.industnoss shoe
maker. Call 133 11 st. tie. myiy-3t
WANTED A loy who has a knowledge
or tjpebettmg, to learn stamp making.
Address TA MPS,tuisofftce. mylti-3t,eiu
WANTED -Barber, at once. 202 llth st
ne.; come lead y for work:, in yld-36
WANtTJ:D-2 white barbers; salary $t per
week. 319 Pa. ave. uw. 'iiyIfa3L
WANTED -Salesman for druggist sundries;
$100 pir mouUiauduxpiUu,tu, experience
unuecessarv Addtes3 J. U. AliilS'l uONU,
20 Bulling Slip, N. JC. myl3-tf
WANTED Canvassers to sell duunonds on
iustullments; must be able to furnish
bonds. Apply to JACOBS DUOS.. 1220
Pa. ave. my I l-10t
"FOK RENT" cards. In plenty, at Busi
ness Office of 'The IIiduj; 5 cent each.
KELP WANTED -FEMALE.
WANTED A girl between 15 and 16 to
keep shop. 1709 K st. nw. It
WANTED A neat white girl for general
housework; two in family. Apply 213
1st su. so. It
WANTED Settled, permanent woman lor
general housework; in village i.ear clty
Addrens L- II W-.thlsolHce. my20-3t
WANTED A Germaa girl, at 417 Oth st-w-
WANTED Cooks, ohambermaids and
nurses. 1020 21t c. nw. my2o-3t
WANTED Plain cookr, white or colored.
$15 per mouth. 1702 l-: 10th st. nw.
WANTED Six settled women at once;
tay nights. 306 G st. nw. mylQ-3t
WANTED- Two clerkb who understand
working on pension claims. Address, in
own lianuw riuug,statm;e.perience, wages
expected, etc., PENSION ATTOKN y,i his
WANTED Awhite girl to do general bouse
work. Call at 308 Monroe St., Anacoa-tla-yCars
rass door. myib-at.em
WANTED Rcriutd young lady with mii-
sical talent -to travel; private car; visiG-
lng bummer resorts. LELAND, 1311 n
bt- w- mylb-3S
WANTED A lady to work on Tine custom"
coals. 1408 E st. nw. m j l8-3t
WANTED Wiiite general houseworker for
private family. 014 13Ui nw. my!8-3t
WANTED Colored cook, washer and iron-
er,tuleavecity. 01413th nw. myl 8-3 1
WANTED A settled woman to do general
housework, no washing, must aiav at
night. Apply 500 E. Cap. st, myl7-3t-em
W ANTED At Madame ilalUson's Ecl-ctlo
Cutung School and Dreaamaklng Acad
emy, C01 12lh st. uw., ladles ami misses
as pupils; positions furnished tlioce holding
diplomab; patterns cut to measure: dress-
maiaug oone reasouablj- Send for cir-
FOR SAL- MISCELLANEOUS.
FOK SALE Wo are showing a icrv- larg.
assortment of Moxley s lmproveil Dry
Air Ice Boxes-the best and mobt econom
ical for hotels, butchers and grocers HIE
J. T. MOXLEY ICE BOX AND FIXTURE
UO factory rear or 2l, yio, 218 htn
it. ne. mh28-tr
FOR SALE A good as new trap; cheap.
Call at STRAUSS & CO., 424 Oth st. nw.
FOR BALE Camera; No- 5 folding kodak;
0x plates or lilms; 3 double plate-hold-;r
auu tnpod; cost, complete, $75; pi ice,
530- Address KODAK, this olfice.
r OR SALE- Household effects, consisting
of bedroom bets, carpets, piano, China
closets, sideboard, etc., etc. 226 2d st
EOK SALE-Oak bedroom furniture and
Household articles cheap. 5 st. uw.
FOR SALE-Cncap, if told at once, 2 oak
bedroom sets and I enmneled set, 4 fold
ing beds, 4 odd bedsteads, 2 wardrobes,
sideboard, hair mattresses, 6 washstands,
leather library suite, fine piano lamp, new
bed lounge, one Turkish couch, parlor suite
of odd pieces, moquette carpet, revolving
desk chair, oak easel, pictures, gasoline
stove and oven, oil cloth, rug, 100 yaids of
Hue matting la lurge pieces, window
screeus and doors, feather pillows, wash
tubs, lamp, kitchen table, dishes, flower
stand, colonial mahogany sofa, meat grind
er, clock, piauo stool, bird cage. 921 New
iork ave., down-stairs. niyl9-3t
FOR SALE A few more pure bred white
leghorn chickens, the best of all layers:
?" eggs for hatching. Apply to T1LEO
DOREBARNES, N0.C0O Center AfarketVoa
Tuesday.,. Thursdays or Saturdays:
F9R. SALE-Rcmington typewriter, $35;
-, en'n XlG?ir DicYcl. 15; butsh sfrvicr-able.
1S00N, J. ave. .myla-at
FOR SALE About 40 fontsof nearly new
job type; hand press, etc.; cheap. 1800
Ji. J. ave. m y Q.3t
"FORi,S,ALE-,Portable oven, second hand;
will do work equal to a brick oven; price
low: ti-ms easy. WILLAKD, this Uice.
ton SALL-iwo thoroughbred beagle
hound puppies. 104- K. st. nw
V0$ SlVi.VrJ.rl "J. $8: oal. wardrobe,
. 1 1 11 1-2 th st. nw. myia-3t
I7"kT? o r y...... . . . 1 "
..:. -"--v:ennB piano; 7i- oc-
1-OR SALE Ice cream freezers and re
cclvcEs complete; 20-gal)on. 805 Nortli
Capitol su myl7-3t-cm
L-'OK SALE Cheap, a stylish bar horse
Inquire of W. D.-SCUNFIDr:KVT207 F
YOU can get them at The Times counUne
100111: window cardsfor rooms n.n,-,.,i.
w cardsror rooms and board,
all kinds, Gc
FOR SALE Diamonds on easy terms; drop
postal; agent will call with saraplca. Ad
dress II. M. S.. thl3 offlcq myll-lfl
l-OK SALL- resn cows; always on hand;
would also exchange for dry cows. JNO
DENEKAS, 3510 BrigUtwood ave.
FOR BALE J)ach8und
i'u.'i ,.1:ri.co"",?ate' heater, smoke'
-tack (30 inches diameter, 70 feet high),
water-tube boiler 0 borbe power), and
tvoporrcr trannulttersr all in flitt-claei
condition; no reasonable orrer refused
Apply to O. C. THOMPSON. Chief Engineer
1 uf13ric Co- calory ciece. near ntii
and Li IU.BW. " fi25-t.
. collies, finnnl.il
V . -" ,"i'ij "o young came
squirrels and monkeys- SCH.MID'S Blirn
BTOKE, 712 12th st: nw. rny7-tf"m
nfl Tn-V T.nrTtM' ntin rtl.. , - --
1 KM AXE.
"WANTED 10,000 pci&ons wanted at Na
tional Park at 1 p. m. today. It
MI1S. L. C. MOORE,
Selects reliable help. 300 L? st. nw.
WANTED At once, experienced bushtl-
tnan; also woman Jieiper. M. DJfKEN-
FOltTIIJeO., '-'23 Pa, ave. nw. lt.cm
NEW EMPLOYMENT BUREAU Colored
and white hell) furnished fiom the South
and NowJersey.and rrom thecity. GEORGE
HARRISON -t CO., 402 R St nw.
my 1P-3 t-e .n
WANTED Cooks, general house workers,
waiters, drivers, porters, chamDeriuaids,
nurses, boys, farm hands, gardeners, laun
dresses, Jaaitorw, watchmen, engineers, fire
men, quickest place to get work. SHACK
LEFOilD'd,427 iltlisC. nw myl5-7t-em
WANTED-I furnish help to leave the city;
cooks, chambermaids or waiters. 829
7Ch st. uw. mylG-7t
FOKNiail nil kinds of help,
dress any 7th bt. nw.
Call or ad-myl0-9t
a respectable color eu
youth, a place
driver; good rei.
as porter, waiter or
Apply 131 Keeves st.
WANTED Place as Janitor, gardener or
"work mound the house- Acidicss 3010
Sherman ave, Mount Pleasant. It
A YOUNO man, colored, wishia a place as
waiter or general housework. Address J.
T. E.. this offlca. It
WAN 1 Mil) Place as rirst-clnss liotel baker
Tor tlie season; seusnore or mountains.
Addresi A B.B.. thlsoffice. inyl7-3t-em
WANTED By a young man, a situation
of any kiud; a locksmith and beiliianger
Dy trade.Address 1201 32d bt. lt.em
WANTED Situation as cook by colored
man; French and American; good icfs.
I3G1 B st. nc. niyl9-3C
"WVNXEIJ By machinist, work cr employ
ment of some kind. MACHINIST, tills
WANTED A position, by an experienced
man, lmvlutr 14 years' experience In
hardware, grocery and ship chandlery busi
ness; refs. as to ability strictly first-class
in all recpects Address L. S. QUACKEN
BUSH, loll Cameron st., Alexandria, Va.
WANTED By a- good boy, 17, a position
to mak Iiini.selr useful in a store, best
or refs. Address L. , this office. mylS-36
WANTED T will give S10 per month for
a 1 10. siu on paying noi less tiiau uu per
T., this office. myl8-3t
WANTED By respecUible colored lxy; Just
from country; placcto work around hoiiMi.
willing to work and apt to learn. Call or
address 820 loth st. nw. inyl8-3t
WANTED -By respectable colored man,
place to care for horses; willing to do
anything; ref. 1034 4th st. nw. myl8-3t
WANTED A gentleman "will pay $10 per
mouth while leUiined for n Government
position paying not less than 05 per
month. E. T. M., tltisofllcc. myl-3t
WAN1ED A place ns ste-nogiapher, type
writer, bookkeeper; experienced; best
reis. -uiuress BUSINESS, tliis orfice.
STTIT A T I ONS "WANT KO-VKMA LI-
WANTED By colored woman place as
cook In private ra'milv, or go out by the
da y. 1 2 14 1 et 11 w ' my 20-3C
WANTED By a reliable woman, a place to
do light work or to take care of a nouse
for summer. Apply to No. 1014 L st. uw.
WANTED By first-class colored laundress,
washing- to take home: piices reasonable
Call or addiess 2239 Cleveland ave-, city;
WAITED Position by 2 coloied girls to
go t Atlantic City. 1020 21st sU UW.
WANTED A German girl wishes place
I11 small rnmily to do general housework.
2027 14th hu nw. it
WANTED Sewing in families, by neat,
white seamstress. Address SEAM
STRESS, this ofTlce. my20-3t
WANTED -Situation by respectful woman;
win take small wages, laao 4- 1-2 st.
WANTED By colored girl, place as nurse
or assibt m Housework. i05 X st. nvr.
WANTED A settled white woman wishes
a situation la a. private family "to cook
and do plain washing; best city rers. Itox.
WANTED l'lace to do general" house
work. 1200 Quakers court nw.
WANTED By white woman, piaee to do
general housework; no wasning or Irou
mg. 1009 2d st. ne. niyl7-lt-em
A BRIGHT, capable woman will pay $10
in cash and $10 per month, as long as
she is employed, to any one who will
beture her a position at salary of $50
or i(!0 Address CAPABLE, this orfice.
WANTED Place by first-class white wo
man cook, who is willing to help with
any housework or washing. M. R., this
office. myl 9-3 1
"WANTED Situation as chambermaid,
nurse or waitiess; good refs. Call 1823
U st. myl9-3t
WANTED A place as cook: or to do houe
woik; quick- good rcr. 2113 12th st.
WANTED A horse for his keep for the
summer; light work and good care. Ad
dress P. A. D., this office. my20-4t
WANTED By paity neartityln country,
nono and fix to keep ror its ute, gcod
attention andcaregiven.- Addi ess KITTY;,
tills olfice- it
WAntuu Some one
girl baby, Address
to take care of a
K. i this olfice.
WANTED Dealers to purchase cream,
milk, buttermilk, creamery butter; can
rurnish 75 gallons cream dally, delivered
to jour doors by wagons; dailv, except
Sunday. "WALTEKDORSEiT&cb .Brook
ville, Aid. myl9-3t,em
WANTED "Washing to do at home or our,
first-class. No. 8 Decatur st.nc. myl9-3t
WANTED Partner to learn patent prac
tice and take charge- of office; refs.
exchanged; $500 required. Address PAT
"WANTED To rent small farm, improved
for poultry raising; near railroad. POFL-
TRY, this office. niyl8-3t
WANTED -TRY RUBBER ROOF PAIN T
Will 6top all leaks free, and charge only
for painting; work gua ran teeu.
NAT. KUBBEKROOF PAINT CO.
ap9-tf 1023 8th st. nw
FOH SALE HORSES VEHICLES.
Fine Pair of Horses
Daj .pie gray, perfectly matched, young,
sound, safe. Will be sold, because of going
away, at about one-third their cost. Ad
dress STILSON HUTCH INS,
niyl9-2t-cq Care Times.
4 p. in.
Standard bred bay mare. 5
Rear 822 3d st;. nw., nrtcr
FOR SALE-A sound, seven-year-old work
horse; city broke; clieap. Call STRAUSS
& CO., 424 9tli st.nw. it
FOR- JSALEt-1 good work horse; cheap.
2 1 11 Enw. it-em
FOR SALE -First-class side-bar buggy,
cheap. 819 13th st.nw. myia-at
FOK SALE A good laundry wagon; clieap.
FINNfc BLOUNT, 217 7th at. sw.
FOR SALE 2 traps, 1 dayton, 2 surries
and other, carriages and buggies on ac
count of storaga and charges; great bar
gain. 927I)st. nw. myl8-tf-em
FOR SALE 1 fine panel wagon, 2 side
bar buggies, 3 daytons, 2 phaetons, 2
canopy top cut-under surreys, 2 jump-seat
surreys, 1 set surrey harness, light set
double harness, 2 extension poles. 213
llth st nw. myl8-Gt
FOR SAXT- BICrSTCI-ES.
DEALERS AND RIDERS, ATTENTION
Unredeemed Bicycles Unredeemed bicy
cles at 1-3 value; Just received from the
storage warehouses of the Manhattan Loan
& Storage Co., Philadelphia, and now on
sale at our salesroom, 434 9tb at. nw.-;
450 unredeemed high-grade, brand-new
bicycles, such as 1890 Syracuse, 1897
Liberties, 1895 Ramblers and Victors;
also 1897 Debar'j World Sandow, for
ladies, gents and children; also high-grade
tandems, sundries and parts; we. exchange
and buy outright; salesrooms open every
night. NEW YORK CYCLE CO., 434
9th st. nw. myl8-0t
FOR SALE-Cheap, bicycle; weight 20
pounds; lunerrecc condition, for ?23.
Address MAC, tbier office. ylB-3t
F0U KENT Front and back parlor; fur.
or unfur.: front Iiall rooms, S3 ouuj4
nont.62 I st. nw. my20-tf
FOK KENT Largo unrur. parlor rooms,
clieap; albo, table boarders wanted. -J04
U st.nw. niy20-3jt
FOU KENT Unfur,; 2 nice communicating
looiiin. with kitchen and cellar; suitable
for orriceor business. Apply to A. WOLFE,
302 IS t. nw. my20-3t
FOK KENT Fur., 3 intercommunicating
south front looms; elegant new house;
newly fur.; no housekeeping; refs. ex.
UWftfcK, zj.1. r. st. iiav. niy2Q-3t
FOR RENT Two flats, 3 rooms each; 2d
and3dflur3. 1738 llthst. nw.my20-3t
FOR KENT Bmnil rurnlshcd room and
bath; lent, i?G per nioutlu 1810 btji st.
n w- my20-3t
FOR RENT -Unf urnlshPd: 2 large rooms;
!SU per month; in. 1.; 032 1 st- nw.; cull
after 5 p. m.; reference. . my20-3t
FOR RENT-82G Mth st. nw.; unfurnished
ro-itlis; also two hall rooms; furnished.
FOIL RENT Two large and one small
room, ror light housekeeping; will rent
cneap. Call at No. 3 K. str. ne.
FOK RENT 1015 L st. nw., bay-wludow
rront room, 1st floor, with board.
FOK KENT Entire second or third lloor,
cheap. 1010 7th bt nw. It-cm
FOR KENT Two comlortablc mis. on
second Uoor, each suitable lor two gen
tlemen; In pinato linniiv: b.catlon central;
510 and itti a month. "223 D bt. uw.
FOR RENT In small private lamily, nlce-
iy iiirn. mi., suuabitioi two gentlemen.
028 li st. nw. iuylli-3t,em
2018 1-2 H st. nw.; 3 squares from State
Dope.; 2 rooms; rurulshed; 2d floor fiont;
light housekeeping permitted; delight fully
cool; largo bay window house; rent, ?1G.
FOR RENT Two rooms, 2d floor, Tor house
keeping; newly nanered: S12. 735 1 Hti
st. nw. myl9-3t
FOR RENT Thre unriiriiished rooms,
second floor, ?12 per month. 232 F st.
FOR KENT For light hourekeeping, 2
fur. rooms; m. i.; 3d floor, $12 per
month. 310 10th st. aw. myl-3C
FOR KENT Largo parlor and bedroom on
1st floor; communicating; 2 bedrcoms
on 2d floor, communicating; low rent. 408
GtU st, 11 w. myl0-3t
FOR KENT Fur.,
week. 717 n st.
front room, $2.50 per
FOR RENT 810 12th st. nw., several rur
ulshed romnv.-ilKo two unf iirnlsh-(It'ionis.
at summer rates; rers. exchanged. myl9-3c
FOR RENT 3 unfur. rooms on 2d floor;
bath, hot and cold water, and gas; con
venient to all lines of care; centrally lo-
catetl. 019 La. ave. nw. inyl9-3t
FOR RENT-Threc nicely rurnished rooms,
becond floor, with bath and gas, In pri
vate lamily of adults. 223 First bt nw.
FOR RENT-Four rooms and bath, partly
rur or unrur., second floor; cars pass door.
OWNER, 042 C St. lie. my20-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for house
keeping; $16. 000 Pa. ave. se.
FOK KENT -940 L St. nw., nicely rur.
front room, sio ner mouth; ali-o hall
room, $-1 nermontH.
FOR KENT Two nicely furnished, com-
muniiatng rooms, on 2d flcor; or will
rent separately; private family; summer
rates; southern exposure. 021 1 st. nw,
FOR KENT Four unrur rooms on the 1st
uoor: a complete flat; everything Jirst-
class ror housekeeping; refs. 1410 8th st.
nw. Price, $1 i mylHt.ein
FOR RENT Fur. or unrur., onelarge Trent
room, 2d floor: convenient to all car
lines, 34a McLean St. bV, iiryl8-3t,em
FOR KENT In small private family, pleas
ant rurnlslwd back and froiitroomx. with
or wlthoutboard: terms reasonable. 210 D
st. nw., between 2d anil 3d sts myl8-3t
FOR RENT One fronior back room; unfur.
or fur.; terms reasonable. 1507 O se,
FOR RENT Newly rurnished rooms; large
second floor back and third front, $9 each;
cool and pleasant. 723 1.1th st. nw
FOR RENT Furnished room, with or wltp
out board. 15 5th st. ne. myl8-3t-
FOR RENT Large nicely furnished rront
room, second floor, with board for two
gentlemen, in private family of adults:
homo comforts: $5 per week each. 1005
North Carolina se. myl 8-3 1
FOR KENT-830 12th st. nw , parlor bed
room, furnished; bow window; corner;
reasonable. myl 8-31;
FOK KENT Fur. rooms, with or without
board, at 016 II st. nw. rnylS-3t
FOR RENT Furnished or unfnrnlshcd, two
or three large pleasant rooms at 2149
K sC nw Can see the owner between 5
and 0 p. rm myl 8-3 1
FOR KENT Large, nicely fur room on 2d
Hour, $10; also two on third flood . and
$8 per month; good location. 802 H sTTiw.
FOR RENT Unfur., suit parlors; suitable
doctor, dcntlsr or family: adults; 1 rur., 3d
rioor; summer rates. 9 08 N. X. ave.
FOR RENT Fur. rooms;clcan and cool. 014
G st. nw. ruyl8-3t
FOR KENT Three or four unfurnished
rooms; 2d rioor; light housekeeping,
100 Mass. ave. nc. mylb-3t
FOR BENT 1011 12th St. nw., fur or
unfur. rooms, sfnele or en. suite: uri-
FOK RENT A beautiful room, furnished
entirely in blue; suitable for 2; also back
parlor; tertns reasonable for bummer.
2141 Pa. ave. nw. myl7-3t-cm
FORTiENT No. 119 Pa. ave. nw., fur.
rooms for light housekeeping; all Improve
FOR KENT Furnished rooms, with or
without board; tiled bathrooms on each
floor; goodlocatlonjallmodern conveniences
1 0 12 13th st. nw. myl7-7t-em
FOR RENT Fur.; large front room, 1st
floor, SIO; one 2d-floor, SO; or two com.,
$10 a month; two unfur., 2d floor front;
water; private entrance; central. No. 429
llthsc. nw. my!7-3t-em
FOK RENT Furn. and unfum. ims. Call
at 207 G st. nw. myl7-3t,cm
FOR RENT Cool, pleasant rooms; first
class board; $16 per month. 725 Sth ne.
FOR KENT- At Forest Glen, Md., six-room
house, cellar, bath, range, hot water,
heated by furnace, and fire places; large
lot: near station; rent only $12.50. JOHN
T.KNOTT, 918 F st. my20-6t
FOR KENT Beautiful summer residence,
with. Ice, garden and fruit; one-half mile
railroad station, Leesburg, "Va. Ad
dicss I". O. Box 57, Lcesbrug, Va.
FOH RENT STORE A DWELLING.
FOK KENT S200; brick store and dwell
ing, cor. 2d and G sts. sw; 0 rooms and
stable on rear; key at 530 4 1-2 st. sw.
FOR RENT Store and dwelling. 719
7th st. nw.; cheap.
1734 14th st. nw.
Apply to owner,
FOR I.1-.ST FLATS.
OR RLNT Flat ot3 rooms. 1844 7th st
FOR RENT Flat of three unfur. rooms
on 1st floor; 225 E st. ne.; 515 per
mouth; mod. imps". myl8-3t,cm
ROOMS AT HOARD.
FOR RENT First-class board and 2 large
front rooms, good order; central, con
venient, home comforts; desirable chance;
board and rooms for two adults, $35; cool;
call and see; high ceilings. Addres3 W
A. H., this office. myl9-3C
WANTED A. largef urnlshed" room; "pri
vate family preferred; nw. Address
PERM.VNENT PARTY, this office.
"WANTED Furnished bedroom In exchange
this office. it
WANTED Unrur. room, se. section; state
price, is. K., thia office. lt.em
"WANTED Fur. bedroom; private family
preferred; in exchange would furnish
handsome uprlghtpiauo as rental: first-class
condition; best of refs. Address PIANO
WANTED By married couple, 2or 3 rooms,
nw., suitable light housekeeping; give
termsrno children. CALIFORNIA, 2his
oiuce. myl 8-3 1
GILT edged investment; limited number
or shares in one of the bebi- ousinewues iu
Washington; no better investment cn be
fouad;invebtigatenow and buyone, or fifty
snares; legitimate; don c iieMtate. BKAD
RIIAW&CO.,40i Louisiana ave. my20-3t
FOR SALE Confectionery; including all
tools ror manufacturing candles, cakes
and ice cream; low lent; good business.
Call 'J22 y in st. nw. ' it
i'ulf SALE First-class grocery andjiro
vision store, cheap; doing a good cash
buness; bplendld location; reusons for
selling, cannot give personal attention on
account or other business. Address D. L ,
this office. my20-3t
FOR SALE -Dining and lunch room; doing
good business; complete or fixtures sepa
rate; albo ice cream uteusil3; cheap. acI
dressM.S., thlsoffice. myiu-3t-em
FOK SLE-Cheap; atgrocery and meat
store; will sell lor $200 If sold at once;
horsratul wagon. -32 llth so.
It YOU want to buy a good paying busi
ness, call ouCOMMERClALEXOirANOE.
Room 2, 019 F at. u w. . mylU-at-em
for SALE A big bargain in hou.e and
store and stable; the best grocery stand
at Tnkonia Park, .wltlj houe or 7 rooms
ana bath; hot-water heat, bales, so 00 per
month; price, 0,500;' 2-00 cash, bal
ance on easy terms'; lot, 05 by 200. COM
MERCIAL EXCHANGE, Room 2, 019 F
yJi, inyl IKJt-em
FOR SALE An old-established giocery
and moat store; doing a good business;
cheap lor cash; good leason for belling.
Add i ess B.S., this ofllce. myiy-at.cm
FOR SALE- Dairy Juach room at a great
"I'tiiuj locauou opposite one of tiovt.
! uK tALJ Saloon in good location, near
. ,v., uuing iinr uusmess; nne fix
tures; good stock; long lease and cheap
rent; price, $1,800. Address Box 175,
tins ofilco. myl9-3t,em
FOR SALE Grocery store, doing good
business; good btaud; cheap rent; bar
gain. 004 3d st. sw. myiy-3t,em
WANTED The chance or a lifetime A
partnership can be lormed with an old
and established llrm ror a veiy tmall sum.
Address iv,. tins oince. lt-ein
FOR SALE A first-class dining-room, op
posite Govt, building, doing gcod busi
ness; a reasonable offer will be considered;
reason for selling, sickness; rent rcasona-
nnXw "J. , i.,u,a- ouress I,NINU-
"uuii una omce.
FOR SALE-Saioon a 103 H"st. nw.
FOK 8 ALE Lunchroom atagreatbargaln;
nice trade; reasonable rent and good rea
sons for selling. Address S. H,W., thlsor
FOR SALE-Cheap, if sold at once; corner
grocery anu meat market. Corner 10th
and Mass. ave. nw.
FOR SALE Small grocery and confectlon-e57-s,rc;
t-heap. 4th and D sts. se.
WANT AD5. PAY.
To the Editor of The Times:
Our business brings us into close
touch with the people of the District,
and long experience has taught us that
the quickest and most effective method
of catching the public attention and se
curjngvthe public's business is through
the Want Columns of "THE TIMES."
W.e.owe much of our own success to
"THE TIMES," which we consider'the
most valuable advertising medium in
; BRADSHAW & CO.,
494 Louisiana Ave.
INVI-NTORS Capital supplied for theex"
plolation of merlbarloub Inventions, pat
ented and unDaten ted. also na ten tsobtained.
Vrite immedlatelj-. INVENTIONS, this
FOR SALE 1 acre of land; short distance
outside of District line: with road house
and fine dwelling house; doing Tair business;
reason for selling, dissloving partnership;
price reasonable. Apply to JOHN COCH-1.ANE-1114N.
J. ave.se. myi9-3t-em
OPPORTUNITY Suburban home: price,
S425; beautiful location. INDEPEND
ENCE, this office. myl7-3t,cm
HOMES CHEAP On the new cleetricrall
road from "Washington to Falls Chinch. a
beautiful subdivision hab Just been opened,
with wide streets and avenues, known as
BALLSTON, about 2 miles from "Washing
ton: car fare 5 cents; 8 minutes' rioe
rrom the city bv electric cars, or 20 min
utes on a Jfccycle; splendid road.
Price or lots $125 and $100 each;
size, 25 feet wide by from 100 to 150 feet
Terms, S5 down; balance SI per week;
no Interest; lO per cent off for cash. A
large new station has Just been erected;
300 shade trees have been set out. Ball
ston has a fine graded school, 2 stores, 2
churches, aud already a population of 250
persons. Buy a lot for a home or for spec
ulation and buy quickly so you can pick
your choice. I have also"largc and small
rarins for sale. CaU for particulars and
plat. JAMES E. CLEMENTS, 1321 F
st. nw. myio-lra
FOURT EEN mileTfrom cityT TeaTstatIoni"
good board: plentr of fruit: fresh milk.
Address M. B Glenndale, Md. 1 1
CLAGGETT MANSION, delightful rooms
and first-class tabb hoard: Brirhtwood
electric cars pass gate. Apply on premises.
myl 9-7 1, em
FOR PLEASANT summer board apply to
. MRS.VEIRS, Rockville, Md. myl9-3t
"WOODLAWN-'Opea May 20: pleasant:
rooms: healthy location; lagc grounds;
electric bells;gasand artesian water. MRS.
M. J. COLLEY, Proprietress, Rockville.
Md. Address Tho Clarendon, Washington,
P. O. ap27-lm
FOR SAXE LOTS.
0'-''. aiV. ASv o
t AWAKE, ARISE, ACT-
Go to '
After you have seen ror yourself
do your own thinking, and then yon
will come to HOWARD F. JOHN
SON, "Washington Loan and Trust
Building, Room 34.
FOK SALE The bostinvestmen tad Joining
thecity; afincloton Rhodclslandavonue
in Northwest Ecklngton, 30x90 feet, to
alley, with 40 feet of parking; sewer and
water convenient; only SC75. DANIEL &
FOR SALE-One lot, at Falls Chut'ch and
one at Kensington; bait price. Address
C. B., this orfice. " myl7-3t-en.
FOK SALE 2 lots at-Columtia Tark.
Inquire 608 Tcnn. aye. ne. myl753tem
-rwn.p-., iiKuore.compieteiyiiii.cu 59 Kla avonw n n 7 i-,,.o c- nnn
tnlvcetc 20Q47thst. nw. my!8-9t feafe -nSoV'wrr 6 i..2.,8oS
FOR SALE Snap ror good barber with ?;i9iviug place ne, 0 mis 2,000
ramiiy; newlvrittedr2-chair barber shop; Y.r itsv"f on, ns 2,(i00
Increasing trade; rent free, including suite irrr lle 6t- ne. 0 rais 1,050
or rooms suitable for light housekeeping: i?, -' stnw.r h,iuis 1..V.0
owner about to enter other business. Ad- ..zh". . 6t se. r h. 5 rms 1.500
dress YOUNG, this of fice. mylS-3t i,,.;.I.V, ?.c 8vr f . 5 ims 1,400
i"n .,a.l,.tolst',-I,. 5"-'' 1.350
iT (it.1JbScotfnlleyne,Uht4injB. 1.200
-,! 3 -r .. i.mitTTli) l V 1 St SO. f ll I. rn . 1 1)11(1
J t-.i ---.l u JL- r ,i-,
FOH SALE HOUSES.
FOR 8. vLL Great bargain; new 6-room
and bath, bay window, press brick: hot
and cold water; Iatrobes; slate mantels; pa;
perod; lot 17x105 to 30-root alley; price,
only i,50; $erms to suit. Apply next
FOR SALE Own your own home By
paying $53 cash and $10 per month it
can be accomplished, and you won't miss
the money; nearly new and finely papered
--story rrame, with about 2,000 feet of
ground; fine parking; large porch; hydrant
water at kitchen door; stable; 30-ft. rear
alley; within 2 biiuares electric car Jine:
cast or Lincoln Park; In an Improving
section or city. Price, $1,425; title per
fw?1, .- "KYANT, Warder building,
9th and F sts. . myl8-3t-nirl
FOR SALE With $ 100 invested I can sell
you a Brookiand house less than cost.
Hl,a,iY,,.1net J'ou 1G i'52 l,or cent. 12. E
TLRKINS, 005 oth at. nw. my!8-3t
FOR SALE A well-built, brick house; all
uiuu. Hup, auujiewiy papereu aim rialnt
ed, with stable to public alley. Apply on
premises, No. 1009 8th st. nw. myl-tf
FOR SALE A bcautirut new nouse; 0
rooms and bath; touth front; within one
square cable cars; price only 54,000; a
little cash and balance $10 monthly and In
terest, takes It this woe!.. JOHN F
PAHET. 1411 O t. maiU-tr-ern
FOK KENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Special price; 1149 1st st.
uw.; 8 lronis; a. in. 1.; perfect order;
only $18.50. W.C. DUVALL, 925F bt.
FOR RENT $10.30; to (-mall Jamlly.new
C-room brick; all m. 1.; Just papered; con
crete st-, near thiee car lines; churcheb and
schools; line neighborhood. Emerbou .st.
ne. Inquire at 1300 myl0-3
FOR RENT $30.50 will rent 131 F st.
nw ; 9 rooms aud bath; house In first
class condition; suitable for two families.
JAMES RAOAN, Owner, 042 E ne.
FOR RENT -410 Q st. nw.; Improvements'
rinlshed: house open ror Inspection; 0
rooms, halls, hot water, range, bath, gas;
parking, large yard: house arranged ror
two ramilies; rent $20. myl 8-3t
FOR KENT -A nice 5-room house on Huron
st, near Columbia road: special lnduce-
menta H. W. COFFIN, Washington Loan
and Trust Eldg.
FOR RENT $32 per mo.; 1318 Corcoran
st.; 8 rooms and stable; kejrl324 Cor
coran. Inquire ot OWNER, 1410 P St.,
or 3304 13th st. nw. myl8-3t
FOK SALE A nice 2-story house; 8 rooms;
cellar, bay window, boric barn, carriage
house, woodhouse, chicken-house and yards;
rruit of all kinds; 2 acres land:, in village
ot Herudon, Fairfax county, Va. AMOS
FOU RENT 405 and 407 3d st. sir., six
room brick: water; In splendid condition;
to desirable colored tenants; :$13.50 each.
Apply 942 K st. nw. apl-tf,em
AVANTJED n O USES.
WANTIfP- modern brickousefTiay-
window; about 7 or 8 rooms; northwest;
rent alKjut $30; permanent tenant. LEE,
tliis office. inyl8-3t,e
FOR SALE AND RETT.
KKAL ESTATE BCLLETINi
THOMAS B WAGGAMAN',917 FST NW.
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
Store and dwg, iTtlr, betECai) and A
1 I,,""',' 1,000
-?-iley' 1JUl r'-nu 13'. '1 an" U sts
?m ..9 st nvr r 1. 5 rms 1,000
.,, lt.en stne. r h, 0 use 1,000
Alley bet 4 l- and oth.H and I sts
t sw ; 900
9 alley, bet N Cap and 1st, O and p'sts
nw ww i$vu
639 20th st ne",fb, 4 ims "..""..'.. 000
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
7th at, bet V and W nw $1 25
N st, bet 23d and 24th uw 1 25
V-AF b.el 3ad aud 34th nw 75
P., ,8ti,bet -S Cap aud A se 75
tsh, peti.th and 19th sts nw 50
Llnthlcum place, betaistand 32dsts. 40
h. st, bet 13th and 14th sts se 30
Nw cor 18th aud A sts se 30
B st, bet 3d and 34th sts nw 30
iiu-: v it ave nw, 9 rms, fur-, $55;
1003 7thstnw,7 rms....' ."
56 K stne.6 rms
. 22 00
. 15 30
ii llth st nw, 8 rms .....
1383 F st no,. 6 rms
1014 3d stnc, stable, 6 rms...
918 3d stnw, 5 rms
007 N stnw, 0 rms
1415 Sampson stnw, 5 rms
fin hpfrnn- ct- ..... i: ..-...
. 14 50
9l9and9.l Gaave sc, 0 rms 10 30
3409 K st nw, 0 rms ..
-no tn stnw, 0 rms
923 Ga ave se, 0 rms
410 S CapstSw, 0 rms
1610 and 1018 Covington stnw,
028 and 030 Md ave sw, 4 rms . .
1314and 1310 Union stsw, 0 rms.
208 BrooT-s court nw-, 5 rms
2112. reaf 2M I 7Hi KtrnV-
The above isonlv a nortYnii nr" .",. nrn.
erty on my books. For full list call ator
tlcefor bulletin, issued on the lsUnnd 15th.
THOS. E. WAGGAMAN,
917 F st. nw.
FOUND A oO trip family ticket belonging
to Mrs. W. J. Thompson, good between
Garrett Park and Washington, D. C. Call
at 451 M st. nw. it
FOUND 5 hogs strayed on my place
Sunday, May 16, Grinder's brick yard.
Owner can have them by proving prop
erty and paying charges. R. C. GRIND
ER, near Rosslyn, Va. myl8-3t
LOST On Saturday night, going rrom
School st. to Columbia st., Mount Pleas
ant, a gold dragon pin. Suitable reward
will be paid if returned to 528 12th st nw.
YOUR slow and doubtful accounts, unpaid
checks, notes, judgments and outlawed
claims collected everywhere. Call or ad
dress HANLON, Lawyer, 1114 U st. nw
FOR. EXCHANGE 40 acres or land In Mis-
sourt ror anything of value; give or take
difference. LAND thiB office. lt-em
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
?rom Station, 13 1-2 St. & Tu. Ave.
in errecc May 0, 1807.
For Alexandria (week days), 0:30, 7:05,
ex.; 7.35, :oo, ex.; 8:30, ex.; 9:00. 950,
10:05, ex.; 11:00, li:n, a. m. 12:05. ex.;
i.jo, i:io, 1:45, 2:05. ex.; 2:40, 3:00,
ex.; y.o, 4:00, ex.; 4:15, ex.; 4.45, 0:05,
6:2(i, ex., 5 40, 0:05, ex.: 0:25, 7:00, 8:00,
y:oo, 10:00, 11:20, 11:59 p. m.
-.w.r Alexandria, (Sunday only), 8:00,
9:00, lo:oo, 10:30, 11.00, 11:30, a. m.
v ,:... '.noon. 12:30,1:00,1:30, 2:oO, 2:30,
:00, a:3Ut 4;00 4'.30 0:00 530f o:00,
i: -JO, 7:00, 8-o. 9:00, 10:00. 11.20 p m
ror Mount Vernon and Way Stations
(week days), 0:30, 10:05, 11:00 a. m.
i.05, 1. 10, J.05, y:00, -l-.uO, 4.16 p. in.
-tor Mount Vernon and Way Stations,
(bunuay only). 0.30. 9:00. 11.00 a. m.
:uu, 4:00 p. m.
,,.. Arliugtou and Aqueduct Bridge
tveek days), 8:00, 8:30, 9:00. 10:05,
i ,:.U'11:46 a.m. 12:20, l:15, 2:05.2:40,
v mi 5:.7' -1:U0' 'l:15,5:20f O:05, C:25,
7:00, 8:00 p. m.
J;.or. Arl'gton and Aqueduct Bridge
(Sunday ouly, a.oo, 9:00, lo:00 10.30,
1 Vim0',11 30 a- " 12:00 noon. 12:30,
LOO, 1:30, 2:00, 2:30. 3:00, 3:30, 4:00,
4. JO, G:oo, 5:30, 0:00, 0:30, 7.00, 8:00
, "agRaj. checked Tree Tor passengers
holding rirst-class tickets at Station. Bi
cycles, 20 cents each. G. .. ABBOT,
HOMEOPATHIC DISPENSARY Freecon
sultatiou, 8 to 10 a. m.; 4 to 0 p m4
women and children's diseases a specialty.
2144 Pa. ave. aw. my20-7t
101! WON'T FIND HANDSOMER PAPER
than ours, lou can't mm adyone who
will do better work. And there are no
prices so low as ours. Think of $2 up for
papering rooms. F. G. NOLTE, 810 9rh st.
No branch. mylO-tr
FINE statues Tor month or May at H. C.
LANCASTER'S Catholic book s'o-e. 012
9tle sc. njw. rnyl8-3t-ern
A PROMINENT Washington business man
is the owner or a tractot land In the very
center of the new oil fields-In W. Va.: wells
have been and are being bored all around
this property; in every instance producing
oil in enormous quantities, it is proposed to
organize a nuall syndicate ror its develop
ment; fortunes are being made by hundreds,
and a few dollars invested In this syndicate
will briug you thousands. All interested ad
dress OIL, this office. myl8-3
TRUNKS REPAIRED If you have a trans:
that needs "llxing" up, mail postal and
we will call for it. First-class work and
reasonable prices. TRUNK FACTORY:.
723 7th st. nw. mylfc-Ot
I WONDER who pays the highest prices
lor gents' cast-off clothing; drop AtaL.
SAUL BROS.. 923 D st. nw. ruyl5-3mo
bLIGMTLX worn, ilrt ctass tador-madu
clothing at half price: better than some
new ones, rull-dresa suits to hire. only $1.
J". COHEN, 1104 7tU st nw.
AT Illi: BusinesB Orfice -ot The Timca
you will find Window Cards of all de
scriptions "Table Board," "Furnished or
Unfurnishel Rooms, '"Unfurnished Rooms,"
"Furnlsuel Rooms, With or "Without
Board. "Furnished Rooms, With Board,"
"Furnished Rooms." Five cents is the
price oC ech card. ap21-tr
1,000 WHITE ENVELOPES printed $1.25.
lOW-PKlCl P1UNT1NU CO., 0S1 F St.
WAISTS cut by S. T. Taylor system, 50a
Lessons given In this system. Repair
ing done. Main bell, 505 Mass. ave. nw.
myl 4-7 1, em
MAY S Furniture Stores, 2100 14tU and
1429 P st. nw.
XPERT upholsterers. Mattress making
and mattresses for all; remake with new
best tick:. r4.5o; cleaning-old net and hair
and remaking, S3.
OCR new reversible mattress, with best
tick, S3.50; cannot be equaled elsewhere
for S7 Chairs canetl rrom 50c; perfor
ated seats, 25c.
FURNITURE repaired and upholstered
Removing and packing: for shipment care
iKLNKS uxpressed promptly on shortest
CAKPET3 cleaned by our process, re
laid and taken up.
FURS and ruga stored In specially pre
PRICES are moderate and work equal to
the best. my7-tf
FL RNITURE moved; largest 2-horse load,
$2 50; 1-horse loads, $1.25; pianos, $2;
furniture packed and shipped; experienced
men orny. COLUMBIA TRANS FElt CO.,
323 4 1-2. Bt. nw. Phono 1960.
PMNTIJVrG 1,000 Business Cards, 65
cents. W. B. DAWSON, 807 Sth st. nw.
PRINTING Business cards 75a per 1,000;
other printing- equally as che-p; maga
zines bound for 0a; miscellaneous books
re-bound: paper ruling, etc. u. i. WIL
LIAMS, 615 7th senw. fcO-tf.ea
BiTof'CL-VY tells "business, love affairs,
ioes. etc. brings separated husbands,
wives, sweethearts or loveis together, re
moves spells, bad luck, 50 cents, 10 to 10
dally 4-"9 H bt sw. nyl'J-3t,en
Medical and Surgical Specialist,
Treats all Forms of Private Diseases.
Bladder Disease.-, Blood Disease-,
Kidney Diseases, Sklu Diseases,
Special Di-ea-es, Hydrocele,
Syphilitic Diseases. Varicocele,
Advico and Consultation Free. Both
Hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 5. Tues., Thtrra.
and Sat. evenings, 7 to 8. No. 602 F
nw. (Closed Sundays.)
FOR ADOPTION-A nice, healthy baby
girl -to responsible parties. Address A.
B, this office my!8-7t
WE WANT the attention of the working
man; we have a fine lot of suits (not
much worn) made by the best tailors,
that we ain sell for less money than new
cotton ones. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619
D st. nw. mylS-7c
Treats successfully all diseases of the
Brain and Nervous System, Diseases of tho
Blood, Skin. Stomach, Kidneys and Blad
der, Night Losses. Sexual Weakness, Strict
ure, Varicocele. Hydrocele, Syphilis, and
all Private Diseases of either ex. Con
sultation and Urinary Analysis free.
Hours 10 to 12 and 3 to 5. Closed Sun
days and evenings.
telegraphic medium, scientific palmist, and
card reader, tells your full name, re
veals yonr past, describes the present and
foretells your future life; also tells about
business deals, law suits, love affairs,
family troubles, reunites ifcc separated,
brings quarrels all right, removes spells,
causes marriages, and gives good luclc,
etc.; always at borne, 925 H st. nw.; fee
2oc, 50c, $1.; satisfaction guaranteed
or no charge. myl6-lmq
MME. FRANCIS gives life from cradle to
grave; sittings 25c and 50c; hours,
9 to 9. 302 E. Cap. st. my!8-St
GYPSY QUEEN Fortune teller; ladies!
50c; gentlemen, $1; (no sign). Removed
to 1212 II st.nw. myl6-7t
MME. RETTA, card reader; know your
rortune; 25c. and 50a 523 I3th st.nw.
MME. ESTELLE, Medium, tells past, pres
ent aud ruture; curesill diseases. Houts-,
9 to 10; no admittanee after. ji: 19th
st nw. myl l-14t-cm
NO CURE, NO PAY.
GlOX'n. Ave. . v., ..nsuiuijtoii, D, u,
Speclallstin chronic and private Olservqea,
Piles, Stricture, Hydrocele, Gout, Catarro,
Dyspepsia, Blood Poison cured, Vitality re
btored. Consultation free and confidential
to both 6e.es. Daily, 9 to 12, 3 to 0.
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
90G F Street Northwest.
Oold fillings end bridgo work a spe
cialty, at the lowest price: amalgam fill
ings, 00c; full sets of teth on plates 5;
e.rracting, cither by gas or local spray,
absolutely painless, 00c; without, 25c; all
work done by experts and guaranteed tho
best: open on Sundays from lo to 3
MME. THEO, JIEDIUM.
Sclcnti-lo palmist and card reader; know
your fate and fortuncropen daily; German
spokenr 25a, and 50a 929 H 6tr. nw.
LADIES needing confidential treatment,
a sure and safe relief in all v.oman'8
complaints aud Irregularities. Gold medal
awurded for the science of obstetricn from
the University of Munich, Bavaria. Strict
iy confidential MRS. DR. RENNER, No.
- 7th st. ne., near Euat Capitol at, Waa-
lngton, J). U.
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND D
iMjt.."- ,WC0K days PITTSBURG E-buKr?-1.lHa5gr,d
VlalaS Cara' UalTl-
10!.rn;U- JsJILVANIA LIMITED
ti!i.ri.S,t,f ep,nff' UinlnB. Smoking and
ClnclnmiM0ninCar8 "afrtsfe to Chicago,
lan.i nnail u ln,aJ,aaaIl19. C- Louts, Cleve
HamsburJ010 Uurfut PMlof to to
PnHA; f.r;AT LiND-Puiiman Burret
' Parlnr i.V ,, -""- uiiiun iui.
!vT I L Ulr .to Barrlsburg; Bufret Parlor
a VS V,rn3u,r. to nttsourg. W
rLL.? "LUO AMU KT. LOUIS
,-.-. -.--ciJiug uar Washington
ckrh' a,sU eePnK and iifitag
fa rJf."1;?, to S,4-,, Louis, Nashville
t .,?. Clutinnatl) and Chicago.
iiian Sleeping Car to Pittsburg, Chicago.
710..f"..JI- SOUTH WESTERN EXl'ItESS
"7.. IC,cl.,I.nK Cara Washlngtoii U
"," and liartisburg to St Loula
..and Cincinnati. Dining Car.
min K.n"1. 4C11,X'' LXPKESS-J'Ull-
- ri?a i3,ic''pln, Car to I'ittstxurg.
' ror , i-i10.Kane' Canandaigua. Rochea
Sunday JlaJara alls daiiy, except
10p.rni ;-r?r -fc:,.mra and "enovo dally.
w-ptSVnUyr- Kor Loc Haven week
P !. Wiihamsport Sundays, 3:40
7i.MrrrV' f.r. Willlamsport, Rochester."
tj!.!;.? and .'asara Falls daily, escape
K.f,Ht.r,.wU1.,.iS,e''uinS Car Washington
i ii to V?P?,n&r0n iP 'Jcu va Buffalo.
t'er H,JVrni!.rJi,1er '"llaigua. ICoChoS
iP..,,7J?."P.10' ,?.aa -N'asara Fall daily.
k..J? Hi-F.F aslilngton to Blmira.
-J-oi xuuadeiptiia, .New -turn, ana
a -, .. tno liaKt.
Itkt. - ,cONUIjSSIONAL LIM
in,rj?', rda,1j a'I Parlor Cars, with Din
nl.fr?r fF.oai IJa'tlmoi-e. Regular at 7.00
t-r inF-7a,r.'.?A00' -01" -''J IDlning
nun fa-,Dla,11,-P W'ning Car from WlP
ninV-,an!iJ. 11-3,1' l - M- On bunday,7.00;
Car KrSP,' f00' 9-00 "-00 (Dinlns
It'-,, I. I-7?.' aul aDU G-40 P. M.
rriiy ?r B,ston. without change,
dally "week days, and 4.20 P. M.
JrHri.ila?iicMfftT (VIa Dwawe Ktver
Bridge, all-rail route), 3.15 p. m. dal'r
?vS?' .I.P- i"nd I10 a- m., 12.15,
15.4-., 12.50, 2.01. 3.15. .. 1A i a. nn n-
-.. T. " " --- u.
IteUl, 4.20. 4.36. 6.40. M.lfi. H km t ii
in .in i ' .-. "
ior Pope sCreet Line. 7.00 a.nu and 4.38
3. m-dally except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.00, O.oo a. m . 12 15
aID.U,,'1 JU.p:,m- ''. except Sunday.
Sundays. 9.00 a. in. aMl 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line -Express for Flor
ida and points on Atlantic Coast
?.? 4". ? Ir-' 3"1U P- m. dallyr
Richmond only 10.57 a. m. week days:
Atlanta Special, via Richmond and. Sea
board A Line. 4.40 p. m daily. Ao
commodatlon Tor Quantico, 7.45 a. m.
and 4.25 p in. weetrdays.
Tlckcc officer, corner Fifteenth and O
streets, and at the station. Sixth and U
streets, where orders can be lert Tor cheek
ing or baggage to destination from hotels
J. B. HUTCHINSON, General Manager.
J. R. WOOD, General Passenger Ageat
Schedule in effect May 16, 1897.
Leave "VVashingtoa rrom station, oirner "
New Jersey avenue and C street.
For Chicago and .orthwest, VestiDuleo.
Umlted trains, 10:00, 11:45 a. m, 8:0-P-
For Cincinnati, St Loulsand Indianapolis.
Express, 11:45 a. m. Vestibu'ed Limited
3:40 p. m. express 11:30 p. in.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express
dully, 10:00 a. m. and 8.5o p. m.
For Columbus, Toledo and Detroit, 11:30
1 or Winchester and way stations, 3:40
ana ;.3U p. m.
For New Orleans, Memphis. Birmingham,
Chattanooga. Knoxvtlle Bristol and
Boanoke, 11:20 p. m. daily; Sleeping C
For Lurav.3:40 p. m. dally.
For Baltimore, week days, 5.00, 6.30,
X7.05, x7 10, X7 30, XS.OO, S.30. X9.30,
X3.00, 3.20, X4.30, 4 35, X5.05, X3.10,
x5 30, 6 20, 0.30, xb 00, S 15, x.20,
11.15, xll.50 p. m, and X12 01 night.
Sundays, X7.05,x7.10,x7 30, 8.30, x 00
a. m., X12.05, X12.40, 1.00, X3.00, 3.20,
4 35, X5.05, X5.10, 6 3). xS.OO. x90.
11.15, XJ.L50 p. m.. X12.01 night.
For Annapolis. 7l0and8 30a m.. 12:10
aad .3o p. m.; Sundays, tizso . m., 4.35
For Frederick, week days, 8.00. 11.42
a. m., 4.30, 5.30 p.m. Sundays, 9-00 a.m.,
1.15 p. m.
For Hagerstown. J10.00 a. m. and. :5.S0
For Boyd and way points, week: days.
8.00 a. ne, 4.30. 5.30,7.05 p- m. Sundays,
9.00 a. m., l.lo, 7.05 p. m-
For Gaithersburg and way potnt, week:
days, S.O0, 9.00 a m., 12.30, 3.00, 4-30,
4.33, 5.30. 7.05, 11.40 p. m. Sundays,
y.oo a. m., 1.15, -i.S, V uc, 10.16 p. m
For Washington Junction and way points,
8 00 a. m., 4 30, 5.30 p. m. week day3,
9.00 a. m., 1 15 p. m. Sundays.
Bluo .Line for "ew "York
AH trains Bluminated with Pintsch light
For Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and
the East, week days, 7.05. 8.00, 10.00 a.
in., 12.00, (12.40 afl Dining Cars), 3.00,
Car open at 10 0 o'clock), Sundays, 7 03,
9.00 a. m., (12.40 ail Dining Cars), 3.00
15.05 Dining Car), 12 ul night; sleeping car
open 10 o'clock Authttuital trains for
Philadelphia, week days, dally, 8.00 p. m.
BuffetParlor Cars ou alL day trains.
For Atlantic City, lO.Oo 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 orfices, 610
Pennsylvania avenue nw.. New York
avenue and Fifteenth street, and at depot.
WM. M. GREEN, D. B. MAKTIN,
Gen. Manger. Man- of Pass. Traffic-
(Schedule In effect May 2, 1S97.)
All trains arrive aiwi-inc j cutivanla
8 a m. Datlv. local for Danville. Char
lotte and way stations, connects at Manas
sas for Straaburg. Harrisonburg, and
Staunton, dally, except Sunday, am!
at Lynchburg with the Norfolk ana West
ern dally and with the Chesapeake and
Onto, daily, for tho Natural Bridgo nd
LlP15-.I-n.-Dally.thc UNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman BurfeE
Sleepers, New York and Washington to
JacksonvUle, uniting at Snllsbury with
Pullman Sleeper Tor Asheville aud Hos
Br.rin,Ts, N. C, Kuoxville. Chattonooga-and
Nashville, Tenn., and at Charlotte wit li Pull.
imn Sleeper for Augusta: Pullman Buffet
-l"CDer New York to Now Orleans, cennect
inir at Atlanta for Birmingham and Men
hi 7 ."'1 i a.iin ui .U-.H.U o cw
Orleans without change. Sunsecpersonnlly
m.luct?d tourist excursion thi ougn sleeper
mi this train every Saturday to San Fran--jsco
4 o'l P. m- Local ror Front Royal, Stras
bur" aud Harrisonburg, with connection for
Staunton, dally, except Sunday.
4 51 p. in D-.-.y. local i r Cbarlottes-
1043 P- m Daily, "WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN, VESTIBCLED Llif
ITED. composed of Pubinan Veitibuled
Bleeners, dining cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New York to Naoh
vllle, Tenn., via AshevUle, Knoxvlllo
nnd Chattanooga", New York to Tampa,
ChUritfT.-, V-.'il' '-....., "'niiiimi MLIIIS
TRAINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Wasbmcton 9:01 a. m.
daily. 1-00 P-ni. and i 45 p. in. dally, ex
cept Sunday, and 6.25 p. in. Sunday only
for I.oundHili;4.32 pC m. daily, exceptSun
day for Leesburg, and 0 25 p. m. daily foi
llerndon. Returning, arrive at Washing
ton 8:20 a m. and 8:40 p. m. daily and
B.oO p. m. daily, except Sunday, from
4untl Hill and Oo a. m uiwj, cxei-pt
Sunday, rrom Herndon, and 8:t a. m.
flaily except Sunday, rrom Leesburg.
Through trains rrom the South arrive ac
Washington 6 42 a. m.. 2 20 p. m.. and
1) 25 p. m. daily Harrisonburp, 12:40 p.
in., and 9-23 p. m. daily, except Sunday,
audS-30 a. iii., Jaily, iroia eu.inoUesvilie.
Tickets, sleeping car rtervalon, and In
formation ranilshed at offices, 511 and
1300 Penuayl.ania aveuue and at Pennsyl
tania Railroad Passenger Station.
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WANTKD rOSTAGli STAMPS.
"WANTEDt-Foc casb.all kinds ofoiauniteu.
States postage and department stamp;
collections also bought n. F. DUNS
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Btriuiugnain; New York U New Orieaiw.
via Atlanta and Montumt-rv Vestlbnloi
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