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THE arOKOTNG TIMES; IIOXJDAY, MAY 4, 1307.
5IOXEI vV ANTED AND TO LOAN.
H K. FULTON'S loan office. I -18 Va. ave.
uw,, ituney loanedon watcnes. diamonds.
Jewelry, silver ware, etc. aplG-6m
MONEY TO LOAN-From 55 to 550, to
reliable - artle: no coj atcral recjuijed.
Central bldg.,iioom 8, Oth and Fa. ave.
LOANS MADE ONAlTUOVEl) COLLAT
:ral, such as life policies, storks, bonds,
helloing association Miaics, syndn ate cer
tificates, eta No delay. YEREES &
i5Alvfc.it, 1110 F bt. TaKc clavator. tf
LOANS MADE ON EUltNlTUlti:.
Loans maao on furniture, l'tanos, Unrsc.
tVaguus, eta. at lowest rales and pjickes
possible time. Strictly confidential. 1'lease
call beroro securing loans elsewhere.
washing ton mortgage loakuo.
CIO J?" etro--t nortbweat,
MONEY; TO LOAN-?1,000 upward, at 5
mt 5 l- per cent, on D. C. reiU estate;
230, 50;, etc . nt 0 per cent: all
transactions cuiiducted with economical
consideration for boirowers.
W1LU.J-M 11. UAUNlir.RS & CO..
cpio-tr, 1-1U7 y st. py.
MONEY TO LOAN at 5 and U per cent;
security, real estate In District or Co
'cmbia; ho delay beyond an inspection of
iiroperry and examination of title. WAL
TER H. ACKER, 70414thBt nw. mh-3-tf
TT1 T-T WANTED MALE.
WNTED-Clcau neat txy, for general
. worn. 305 I'a. ave. nw. it
WANTED -An active man to bell a spe
cialty. NATIONAL ClUAR FACTORY,
10 11' i'a. ave. uw. It
"WANTED Artist; an experienced man
for finishing soiar piins. Call Monday
morning, bet. 8 and d a. in., or bet. 1
and 1 p. m.,at Corcoran Bldg.,rconi 85
WANTED -A young man with 2 or3 years"
experience in the drug busbies.-,; must
have goud rvfs. Address FiLLS, this office
WANTED industrial Insurance agents;
a giand chance to make money at a Mdj
Issue. Call at Room 3, !(.2 Pa. ave. uw.,
NATIONAL, 1MPROVEMEN1 ..MJ IN
VESTMENT association: my22-3t
"WANTED Good barber for Saturday. No.
803 D st. nw, iny21-3t-em
WANTED-A white truck gardener; Ger
man preTerredron Brent wornl road MRS.
FEDERWISH, Winewood Hill.
"WANTED -Salesman for druggist sundries;
$100 par month and expenses; experience
unnecessary. Address J. l. ARMo'iRONG,
20 Burliug Slip, N. Y. my 1 3-tr
i"OU RENT" cards, In plenty, at Busl
UebB Office of The Times; 5 cents each.
HELP WANTEP -FEMALE.
"WASHED -A white loy can find" a good
home to ausver the bell and make Him
self generally useful. Call 001 M bt. uw.
WANTED -A good tailoress: highebt wages
and Heady work. E. HORGAN, 800 K
6t. nw., south bide Mount Vernon Square.
"WANTED Neat young white girl, for gen-
ort Wnclr UTtTi Pn a vi nw. It
WANTED -Settled white woman, with
good references, to do general house
work for two adults. Call after 10 at
1758 S bt. uw. my23-3t
WANTED-Cooks: S12; no washing or
ironing. 1702 1-2 10th tt. nw. It
WANTED A smart girl over 20 years old
to do general Housework for one m ram
fly, also to assist at lunch stand part of
the time. Call after 3 o dock at 900
20th bt. with ref. It
"WANTED Lady with small capital for
theatrical enterprise; piano player pre
ferred; state full particulars. Address
"ItOilAKt:," this office. It
WANTED Head laundress; also irouers
and bundle washers Tor summer resort.
61-1 13th uw. IS
WANTED Colored general house worker;
no washing; leave city. 614 13th nw.
WANTED Colored cook; wages 15; two
injamlly. 014 13th uw. It
WANTED Three chambermaids; cooks,
and general house workers; good wages.
44lG6t: in y 2 4-3t
WANTED A good, honest colored girl,
for housework. Call at M. DE ORES,
427 10th bC nw., upstairs my23-3t
"TCAKTED At 1143 Coiin. ave ; first-class
bRirl and sleeve nanus, uoue oilier m;ed
WANTED A woman for general house
work in family of 7; must be good plain
cook and laundress and give satisfactory
ref.; go home nights. Apply after S o'clock
a. in. Monday, 1 102 E. Cap. sc. my23-3t
WANTED A reliable rook in private
laiuiiy; bilug rers. 2720 P Et.. ucoige
WANTED At once, woman who has ex
perience at busliehnir work M. DYREN
FuitTH ic Co , 023 Fa. ave. my2"l-tf
WANTED At Madame Mallison's Eclectlo
Cutting School and Dressmaking Acad
emy, GO 4. 12th bt. uw., ladies and mi-Sbcs
as pupils; positions furnished thouc holding
diplomas; patterns cut to measure; diess
inakiug done ieabouabl Send for cir
HELP WANTED MALE AND
IF YOU need country or city bervants
scud postal. LADIES' EXCHANU E, 031
F et., Room 4, established 1S77. my22-3t
WANTED Two married couples; no in
cumbrance, garden work; big wages.
Room 4, G31 F Et. ntv. my22-3t
WANTED Cooks, general houscworkers,
-atters, drlvcis, porters, chambermaids,
nurses, boys, farm hancb, gaidcners, laun
dresses, janltois, 'watchmen, engineers,
firemen; quickest place to get work.
SHACKLEFOUD'S, 427 11th sL nw-.
FURNISH all kinds of help. Call or ad
dress S20 7th bt. nw. mylO-ot
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
WANTED By bober colored man, place as
iwrter In store; drive for doctor; best of
city ref. 1752 I bt. nw. my23-3t
WANTED- By u registered pharmacist or
long experience, a position to manage
Btore. Address M. M., this ofHce.
WANTED By a young man, position of
any kind, in or out of city; will pay any
nae ror ms trouble. Address Box 2U, this
WANTED Employment as a bicycle re
pairer. L. H., thlh office. iny22-3c
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED Places for two young Ger
man girls; one for chambermaid, and the
ether to uuise a child. 400 4 1-2 bt. aw.
WANTED By two colored girls, chamber
work, general housework; rets. 441
G bt. in y23-3t
"WANTED General housework, In city or
out; city ids. 1702 1-2 10th st. nw.
WANTED Immediately, home for young
girl as chamoerniaid or liguc housework;
can fur. ref. Address by mall D. T., 81G H
et. ue uiy22-3t-em
"WANTED A place by ccunpetentwaltrcss;
best refs. Apply 1423 Cliapin st.nw.
WANTED ashing to ao at home or out;
satlsi action given. No. 2723 Dambarton
ave. nw: mv22-3t-em
"WANTED By a white glil, a place to Co
light housework. Adaress L.. 322 Pa.
ave. se. my-3t.em
V ANTED By colored woman, place to do
gem-mi iiouNework. 1011 3d be. nw.
WANTED Place by first-class white wom
an cuolc, who Is willing to help with
any housework except wasnlng. R. M. M.,
this office. my22-3t
WANTED Housekeepers What Is homo
without competent and reliable servants?
you can always find them with rets, at
SHACKELFORD'S, 427 11th st. nw.;
orders filled with alspatch. my21-7t
A. BRIGHT, capable woman will pay $10
in cash and S10 per month, as long as
she Is employed, to any one who will
secure her a position at salary of S50
or $00. Address CAPABLE, this office.
WANTED HO USES.
WANTED House of G to 8 rooms, in nw.;
must have m. i., be in good condition and
be cheap. Address G. O., this office, it
WANTED To buy a house with not less
than 0 rooms, on monthly pavmentsrnot
exceeding $15. Address S. 0."L., General
Delivery, City Postoffice. my2i.3t,eni
WANTED M1SCKLLAN EUU3.
WANTED Young man with $25 toassfst
at nearby summer resort; 95 per week:
steady; age 17 to 20. Call at 2101 Fa. ave.
WANTED -Acconlcon.slde, and sun plaiting
doneatOppenhclmer'HNew Home igoncy,
51 Olh it. uw.; pinking done while you
wait. ' iny22-3c
WANTED -To rent stalls at the U. & O.
market, N. J. ave. aaUD at, nw.
WANTED To exchange bicycle for light
phaeton or tlaycoa. Address II. T. W., Ar-
WANTED -THY RUBBER ROOF FAINT.
Will Mop all leaks free, and charge only
lor painting; workgtiarunteed.
NAT. RUBBER RCOF PA INT CO.
apOlf 1023 8th st.nw
FOR SALE SUBURBAN.
FOR SALE 7-ioom frame dwelling in
Bilghtwood Park; lot fcoxiao. .IAS- R.
SANDS, Flint St., near 7lh, iiJghtwood
I'a ik. niy2S-3t
FOlt SALE 50 acres of land lying illtectly
on the W., A. & Mt. Vernon Electiic
R. It.; 1 uiJu lroni Mt. Veinon; beautirul
groe for buila.ug.' Addrev. 11. F. 1IUNTV
EH, EUerbide Park, Fairfax Co., Va.
AT 2JKIGKTWOOD. D. C; ELECTHIO
OAKS I'ASS THE DOOR.
TWO-STOUV AND DASE.MENT HOUSE;
.VEWLY FITTED UF; GAS, WATER,
CONLUMjnu ELEVEN LARGE ROOMS.
OVER HALF-ACRE OF GROUND. GAR
DEN PLANTED. PRICE, $30 PER MO.,
BY THE YEAR. Apply to
J. V. N. HUYCK,
iny22-3t,em 1505 Pa. ave. im.
FOR SALE-Lease or Exchange A nice
double lioust of 1 n roolns; cellar and
summer kitcuwi; water lit kitchen; nice
stable room tor 2 liorses, 2 vehicles and
hay loir; over an acre of ground planted
wllh Uirferont kinds of rruits; about 4
miles from fi.yicU, depot; right at station;
mut-t be iseen. to be appreciated. Address
oi apply, 'M. MILLER. Terra Cotta, 1). O.,
next station to lirookland. my22-3t
FOR SALE At Lignum, Va., a four-rooni
rranie n.iuse and tiiree acres of land, for
9200cas!i. Apply 710 OtU st.uw. ni21-0t
CALl at 023 y St. uw. and bee mc about
lots at Somerset Beach, on the Potomac,
45 miles from the city; the best bathing
Leach, the healthiest location, best fishing,
best crabbing, and.tlie prettiest spot on the
river: lots cheap: terms easy. WM REED.
J?"OR SALE AtLlgunum, Va., afour-room
fiame house and three acres of laud, for
5200 cash. Apply 710 Oth st. nw.my21-0t
HOilES ilKAP On the uc-RTccti ic rall
iijd lrom Washington to Falls Chuich.a
beautiful subdivision has Just been opened,
with wide stieets and avenues, known as
DALLSTON, about 2 miles ficm Washing
ton: car fare 5 cents; 8 minutes' rido
fiom the city by electric cai&.or 20 min
utes on a bicycle: splendid load.
Pnco of lots $125 and $100 each;
size, 25 feet wide by Horn 100 to 150 leet
'lerms, 55 down; balance 91 per week;
no lntei eu lo per cent oil for cahh. A
large new station lias Just been erected;
300 bhade tiees have been tet out. Ball
btuu has a fine ginded school, 2 stores, 2
churches, and already u population of 250
pcrsous. Buy n lot for a t.omeoi lor spec
ulation and buy quickly so jou can pick
your choice 1 have alto large and small
raniis for sale Call for particulars and
plat. JAMES E, CLEMENTS, 1321 F
bt. uw. mylO-lm
DIED -Suddenly, John Doe. famous for be
ing the heaviest iuaured man in the world.
When found bitting In his library, was sup
posed to be asleep. A broad, happy smile
adorned his countenance. He died know
ing that he had placed his widowed wire
and children beyond want when he could"
uo longer provide for them. Hence the
peacefuihappy above-stated smile If you
wautto do as this famous man did, die with
a smile of much note, stop In and see us.
At age 30 It only costs 31 05 per month
for SI, 000 Insurance. Good old-ilne com
pany. No assessments No cobt for ex
amination Wnl send ugentlf desired. Lib
eral contract to agents. EASTERN MU
TUAL LIFE, Chas.E. Shoemaker. .Manager,
1305 F bt. nw niy24-3t
MAY'S F'urnlture Stores, 2100 14th and
1420 P bt, nw.
EXPERT upnolsterers. Mattress making,
and mattresses for all; remake with new
best tick, 4 So; cleaning old uck and hair
and remaking, $3.
OUR new reversible mattress, with best
tick, $3.50; cannot bo equaled elsewhero
for $7. Chain caned rrom 60c; perfor
ated seats, 25a
FURNITURE repaired and upholstered.
Removing and paining for snipiueni care
I'KUXNivJs expressed promptly on shortest
CARPETS cleaned toy our process, re
laid and taken up.
FURS and rugs stored in specially pre
PRICES are moderate and work equal to
STORAGE first class.
TELEPHONE 202. Fostal orders have
I WlLLBUi your household effects, how
ever large or small. my7-tr
WALL PAPER, 13c piece, on the wall
CHARLES C. SILENCE, 217 G Et. ne.
WANTED The public to know we handle
standard typewriters or all makes; will
sell your old one for you; repair machines
at low price; do you want a National
cash register? see us. TYPRWRLTER
HEADQUARTERS AND MANUFACTUR
ERS' AGENCY, 1307 F st. nw.
PI AN'O tuning, $1 .50-Droppostal. JAMES
K.DUR1TV. 305 1 2th bt.se. my22-3t-enr
TRUNKS REPAIRED -If yon have a trunk
that needs fixing up, mail postal and
I repair it at your house or calflor It: firbt-
clabs work and. reasonable price. Atjdicss
J. r. v.., Ow oiu SC. be., or 11!
19 Pierce st.
Anacostla, D. C.
4,000 WHITE ENVELOPES printed $1.25.
LOW-PRICE PRINTING CO., G31 F bt.
ELECTRIC BELLS should be on every
frout dooraud throughout the house. Drop
pobtal to me. The expense is small. All
Clnds or electric work. I'. WADE. 21S B
st. nw niy21-7t,cm
WHO will exchangeorgan, horse, or wagon
for my nice carpet, bedroom, and parlor
furniture? Address FARMER, Occaquan,
SELBY is offering an all-worsted $10
suit ror $7.50; come qalckly If you
need one. 1003 Va. ave. nw.
HOMEOPATHIC DISPENSARY Free con
sultation, 8 to 10 a. m.; 4 to 6 p m.;
women anil children's diseases a specialty.
2144 Fa. ave. nw. my20-7t
I WONDER who pays the highest prices
for gents cast-ort clothing; drop postal.
SAUL BROS., 023 D st. nw. niyl 5-3mo
SLIGHTLY worn, Jlrst ciass tailor-mado
clothing at hair price; better than some
new ones; rull-dress suits to hire, only $1.
J. COHEN, 1104 7th st. nw.
AT THE Business Office of The Times
you will rind Window Cards of all de-scnpUons'-Table
Board," "Furnished or
"Furnished, Rooms, With or Without
Board," "Furnished Rooms, With Board,''
"Furnished Rooms." Five cents is the
price of each card. ap21-tf
FURNITURE moved; largest 2-horse load,
$2.50; 1-horse loads, $1.25; pianos, $2;
furniture packed and shipped; experienced
men only. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO.,
323 4 1-2 st. nw. 'Phone 1060.
PRINTING-1,000 Business Cards, 05
cents. W. B. DAWSON, 807 Oth st. nw.
PRINTING Business cards 75a per 1,000;
other printing equally as cheap; majja
tines bound for 50c.; miscellaneous books
re-bound: paper ruling, eta G. E. WIL
LIAMS, 015 7th et. nw. fcG-tf.om
FOR RENT SUBURBAN.
FOR RENT Modern suburban home; bath,
stable, and waterworks. 11. D. GOR-
DON, 018 F St. my24-3t
TPHU nP.VT Van,- TTnnHnryfn oT-nt-t..
large, new house, outbuildings, garden
and ten acres. MRS. LUCY A. BROWN,
Gaithersburg P. Q. iny24-3ti
FOR RENT 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, 018 F st. my20-GC
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
F'OR EXCHANGE If you bavo any sub
urban'orcountryproperty to exchange for
equity in several fine G-room houses.
Address MOD. IMPS., this office.
FOR HIRE To drummers and tousineai
men, horse and buggy or Dayton, 52
er day, and special prices for pleasure
riving Apply to too REX STABLES,
rear 015 E bt. my.; telephone con, 109.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms on lbt
nuor, suitable ror olflccu or houxekcep
Ingyalso other unfurnished nnd rurnlshed
rooms. 511 6th st. nw. iny23-3t
FOR RENT Nicely furnished back parlor;
also unfurnished large front icom and
hair room. 3d flcor, with water on suine.
931 N. Y. ave. uw.
FOR RENT Unfur.; 3 nice rooms; gas
and bath; on 2d floor ot 1236 7th st.nw.
FOR RENT Nice comfortable fur. rooms;
transients accommodated. 80S Oth si.nw.
FOR RENT-Nlccly fur. rooms; $2 up. 523
13lht. uw. niy23-3t
FOR RENT-254 Del. ave. na 2d floor
inmtnKiinandhnll room, communicating.
FOR RENT 4 nicely rur. rooms, conven
i"nt to cars; bumuier prices. 1313 Cor-
FOR RENT 2d floor front; aiso several
smaller rooms; run; central. au n
st nil rnv25t-!5t
St. 11 W.
J'OR RENT 1 fur. rooms, 3d flooi, together
or sepaiately, teims leasouable; ielb. ic
quiicd. 900 1 st nw. my2-3t
FOR RENT-815 14th st. nw., front hall
room, cheap. niy23-6t
FOR RENT With or without lward, rur.
frono 3d-rioov ioom;'rine location; con
Aenlenttocurs; allconyi-nleilcesof a home;
terms reabonable. 030 Mass. ave. nw.
FOR RENT A nice, 2-roonr flat: a. m.
i.; ?10.50.2122 M St. iny23-3t
FOR RENT Flat oi -3 rooms, by June 1;
(,uiet family; uo children. Io08 lltn
st. uw. my23-3t
FOR RENT Unlur., 2 or 3 nice rooms
on 2d floor; bath on same floor; con
venient to electric cars; no children In the
house. 22 8tli st. ne. my23-3t
UNFURNISHED Three large rooms; entire
third rioor; $15 per month", with gas.
315 N. J. ave. se. my23-3t
FOR RENT Fur. rront room, $0. 004 II
bt. nw. iny23-3t
IrbirRENT-Nicclyrumfshea rooms; rca
bonalile. 105 H st. nw. iiiy22-.lt-rm
yi)ll RENT VeryIeslrablc unrur. rooms
m entire floor at 1851 Oth sc nw.: terms
for RiasT Front room, fur. or unlur.,
with gas and I ath: Miitablc for gent's
lodging or light housekeeping. Gil K bt.
FOR RENT FunTshedor unfurnished, t vo
or three communicaUng rooms; 2d Hour;
bay wuidow; southern exposure; $S ana $0
each. 1005O st.nw. my22-3t-ein
FOR-RENT ThreiTrooiiiB, ull completely
ruruished. for housekeeping; 2d floor;
bath adjoining, cool and airy; nay window;
southern exposure; cneap lor the summer.
NEAT AND COMFOR'l ABLE, this oHice.
FOR RENT Two uufur. rooms; water and
bath; hall-square rrom White LoC 1412
Ohio ave. my22-3t,eni
FOR RENT Three nicely rur. rooms, 2d
floor, with bath and as, in rauuiy of
adults. 223 lscst. uw. niy22-3t,em
FOR RENT Rooms, rur. or unrur.; nice
location. 151 7 Corcoran nt. niy22-3t-cni
-OR icr'i'i Eight housskcepuig.back par
lor bedroom; handsomely rurmshed; riont
hasemeat aining-room; use or kitchen;
private family; 13. 012 Va. ave. sw.
'(Hi RE vr-Threw rumiehed rooms on 2d
floor. 720 13th st.nw. my22-3t
FOR IC E.N T Nicely fnrnlMied 2d nnd 3d
storj- moms, with or without board;
lernib ron'ioiiabla 1418 tj st. nw.
FOR RENT 830 12th st. nw., bright front
rooms, fur.; very reasonable. my22-3t
FOR RENT Newly papered nnd painted
2d-floor rooms; all conveniences; house
keeping. 1815 8th st. mv. m y22-3t
FOR KENT Laige fur or unlur. looiim:
opening on veranda, delightful loca
tion, fill 3d st. nw. my22-3t
FOR RENT Furnished attic room; $1
per week. 722 Gth bt. nw. iuy22-3t
FOR-RENT Cool, newly rurnlshetl front
room; neatly kept. 1110 G bt. nw.
FOR RENT Furnished room; bath and
gas; $5 per month. 338 8th st, se.
FOR RENT 2 vcrylargcrooms; newhoiioe;
conveniences. 1 104 N. Cap, at. my22-3t
F'OR RENT Three nice cool communlcat
mg looms, suitable lor light housekeep
ing. 012 A bt. nc. my22-3t
FOR RENT Fur. rooms, In a private fam
ily; gentlemen preferred; nt 711 Mass.
ava ne my22-3t
FOR RENT-1114 Gth ue. Pretty front
room, well fur ; ror gent ; nice for sum-
iner; 10 per month. my22-3t
FOlt RENT Fur. room, with or without
Kurd. Address 317 N st.sw. my21-3t-em
FOR RENT Second and third Boons 1702
Pa. ave. nw. my22-3t
FOR RENT 2 2d btory rooms; terms mod
erate. 813 A bi na my21-3t-em
FOR RENT Two unrurnlbhed. 2d rioor,
communicating, large, bright rooms,
closets ni each; bath, and all conveniences;
no children: near Treasury and nark. 319
13th st. nw. my21-3t-em
FOR RENT Nicely rur. front and back
rooms, completely rurniblied Tor light
housekeeping. 317 Pa. ae. nw : second
FOR RENT 2 beautiful, cool rooms, fur
nished, with prl-atc batns, for gentlemen
only, on Connecticut ave., near K bt.
S UMMER RATE, thlsoffica. my21-7t
FOR RENTCIean, cool, newly fur. rooms;
Northern people. 122G 13th bt. nw.
FOR RENT Rooms on 3d floor, 939 P,a.
ave. Apply to CROCKER, the shoe man,
on premises my20-tf-em
FOR RENT 1011 12th Bt. nw., fur. or
unfur. rooms, sincle or en suite: uri-
F'OR RENT No. 110, Pa. ave. nw., fur.
rooms Tor light housekeeping; all improve
ments. . my!7-7c-em
FOR lt.rvi; urnisned rooms, with or
without board; tiled bathrooms on each
floor; goodlocation;ailmodern conveniences.
1012 13th st. nw. myl7-7t-em
WANTED By gentleman, pleasant fur
nished room In a tmall private family;
state price and particulars. Address S.
T., this office. ' It
WANTED In the northwest, a neat Hat
ot 3 unrurnished rooms, ror light house
keeping; rent low. Address BANCROFT,
thlb omce iny23-3t
WANTED 3 unfur. 1st or 2d-floor rooms
.n nw. for $12 or $14. YOUNG, this
office. 1 1
WANTED Unfurnished rooms and flats
for light housekeeping: centrally located
and reasonably rent: we have several appli
cants waiting to fill them. Apply COLUM
BIA ROOM RENTING AGENCY, Room 66,
L. and T. Building, 9th and F sts. my23-3 1
WANTEDCouple with child (3 years) de-
bire pleasant room and board; shady
grounds on suburban car lino or m nw. part
of city; price, 50. Addrebs A. B. C, this
WANTED A neat, pleasant room: lur.
or unrur.; llcht housekeeping; good ten
ant; $4. Address LADY, this office.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
FOR RENT-With -Jirst-class board, fur
nished rooms. 1112 llth st. nw.
FOR RENT With board, large 2d-story
rront room, at summer rates: corner lo
cation: south rront; convenient to cars.
401 G st. nw. iny22-3t,cm
WANTED Boarders on top of Blue Eidgc
Mountains; pure air; good water; fine
view. Apply to J. T. PHILLIPS, Linden,
Warren Co., Va. my 23 -3 1
MOUNTAIN BOARD, pleasant rooms, fresh
vegetables, cream, etc.: particular atten
tion to cldldren. MISS . EWELL, ih-k-
ory urove, va- myzi-zjt.em
CLAGGETT MANSION, delightful rooms
unu tiio uiias muif uuurui ungntWOOd
electric cars pass gate. Apply on premises.
my 19-7 1, em
"WOODL AWN Open May 20; pleasant
rooms; healthy location; largo grounds;
electric bells; gas and artesian water. MRS.
M. J. COLLEY, Proprietress, Rockville.
Md. Adaress The Clarendon, Washington,
D. 0. ap27-Im
LOST In going fromDr. Talmage's Church
to 1st and B sts. ne., chatcloln eyeglaBs
case; sliver mounted. Reword if returned
to No. 212 1st st. ne. It
EUsT Black leather card case, with cards
of Mr. J. M. Metcair Inside, between 8th
and 9th sts. and New York avenue, about
tl?u??PSJfrlay,Mar?1' lbD7- Return
10 S1J Mtn st. nw., and receive reward,
CENTRAL and prominent locality; lunch
loom doing paying business: exceptional
bargain. BRADSHAW, 494 La. ave.
WANTED Party with 500 cash, to take
an interest in a weekly paper published
here; journalist preferred, but not essen
tial. Address PATENTS, this orfice.
WANTED White or colored gentleman to
take charge of a small store, with a
little capital. Call or write Mibs YOUNG,
8th and D sts. sw. it
FOlt SALE A clean stocked corner gro
cery at a big bargain. AddiessD W. E.,
this office. my23-3t
RARE opiKjrtimlty; secure paying active
Interest mauutaCLuriug nuMiiess; this
cltj; operating now; pay 20 per cent;
money to enlarge lant; will Maud investi
gation. BRADSHAW. 494 La. ave.
FOR SALE A well-established coal and
wood yard, on account of other business.
Address COAL AND WOOD, this orflqc.
my23-7t i , t
THINK of it; numheHs of raying grocery
tores; prices ranging from $150 to
$1,000. BRADSHAW. 491 La. ave.
i'OR SALE Con feconery and :cc cream
parlor, Including tools ror making
candles, cakes arid ice cream; good loca
tion; low rent; chcad if sold at onte. Call
922 ntn st. nw my23-2t
AVA NT EI' Fartner iwjth S500 In tbtaL-
llsned second-hand .furniture buslnesr,
$15 per week to cacm must have buMncss
nlilllty; investigate this. 921 N. Y. ave.
my23-2t - i
WANTED Partner with $200 to $500, In
established manufacturing busings; wood
workman preferred:, good prorits and no
risk. Address PARTNER, this office.
FOR SALE-Two fine 15-rt. wall cases,
4 elegant mahogany shy v .cases; suitable
for millinery or Jewelry: also 10 vry fine
oil paintings; now in storage; can be Iwught
flieap. Address PAINTINGS, this I
rice. - my23-3t
FOR SALE -Cigar, confectionery, gro
cery and notion store combined; doing a
good business; house of 4 rooms nnd store;
rent $20.50; price, $325; a rare oppor
tunity; Investigate. COMMERCIAL EX
CHANGE, Room 2, 019 F st. nw.
FOR SALE Dairy lunch and dining
loom, with 7 fur, rooms; $400; pioflts,
$75 a month clear. 407 G st. uw.
CIGAR STORE, nw.". doing business $350
per month: owner engaged other busi
ness. BRADSHAW, 404 La. ave. iny23-3t
! WANT ADS. PAY I
If tbey are pub Islied In a paper Hko THE TLMES,
which rt'Uclios over 40,000 pcrMonu every day aud
1h prolmbly rend toy 00,000 more. Instances uro
every day coin Ins to our notice where fifty arid
one ton n d red unsworn are received to one Hlnglo v.-ant
advertisement. It doesn't cost n great deal to try It.
The Times onlyotonrges 1 cent a word and eneh ad
vert iKuitiunt, goH Into Tlio Morning and Evening
Tlineh for tlio ono price. Tlio tamo ad. lu tlio Star
-would cost ?rom five to ten times us mueli, aud
-would ototnln fower uiwworfe. Wlintever yon -want
ttoat in proper to in nice putollo, try ivltb a "Want
Ad." "Yon jmhmI not even come to tbo ofrice -with It,
for it Is jiiMtiiH fiisy Xor you to count Hie words und
Bndtlio ml. and tile money In on envelope an to neiid
"' It "by a mesf-oii-riT. "You do tbiitnudlet
nnd its random do tlie rest.
FO"RS A Lli Ata "bargatnVgrocery a'nd"
provision store: selling on account ot
other business, 42GKst,ne. my22-3t-em
FOR SALE Coal yard, with rinesaw mill
and i-table; gcKiloo.iioa, very cheap. Ad
dress COAL, this office my22-3t
FOR SALE A china, glassware and
housefurnlshlug store, a chance of a lilc
ttmc; will sacrifice owing to other business
COMMERCIAL EXCHANGE, Room 2, G19
F uw. my23-3t
WANTED Partner In paying dairy busi
ness: already established; must have $200
cash to enlarge same. BRADSHAW. 494
Louisiana ave. my22-3t
FOR SALE Good-paying cigar store and
news stand, in the Mount Vernon Elec
tric Depot; good reason for selling. Ap
ply at stand between 9:30 a. in. and 1
p. m. niy22-3t
WILL SACRIFICE A first-class liincliroom
on y st., near four Govt, buildings:
S225: reason, sickness. COMMERCIAL
EXCHANGE, Room 2, 619 F st. nw.
hi j i-i)n,yiu
i'OR SALE Saloon at 103 H st. nw.
UJj u- I u
FOR SALE Markctstore; completely fitted
up In every appointment, Including large
meatlox; also scales, meatblock, saws,
knives, etc. 2004 Tth st. nw. mylS-9t
FOR SALE BICYCLES.
DEALERS AND RIDERS, ATTENTION
Unredeemed Bicycles Unredeemed bicy
cycles at 1-3 value; Just received lrom the
storage warehouses of the Manhattan Loan
and Storage Co., Philadelphia, aud now on
sale at our salesroom, 434 9th st. nw.;
450 unredeemed, high-grade, brand-new
bicycles, such as 189G Syracuse, $46.85;
1897 Liberties, 1895Jtamblers and Victors;
also 1897 Debar's World Sandow, for
ladies, gents and children; also high-grade
tandems, sundries and parts; we exchange
and bu3 outright; salesrooms open every
night. NEW YORK CYCLE CO., 434
9th st. nw. my24-6t
FOR RALE 97 Crescent bicycle, cheap
for cash. Address, R. E. H., B. & P.
R. R. Station, U. N. Co- my 23-3 1;
FOR SALE Gent's second-hand bicycle;
in first-class condition; $20. 919 Oth
st. n w. ., my23-3t;
FOR SALE DORSES & VEHICLES.
FOR SALE-Cheap, stylish lady's trap,
seats two or four; also side-bar top buggy;
trap and buggy harness; no reasonable
offer ref used. 1329 II st.nw. my23-6t
FOR SALE 3 side bar buggies, 2 phaetons,
1 flue delivery wagon, 2 cut-under
sunies, 2 extension poles, 1 line set turry
harness, 1 fine bulldcis' wagon, 1 extra
laige phaeton, suitable for doctor. 213
1 1th St. uw. my23-Gt
FOR SALE Bay mare, 8 years old; nearly
new harness; small cut-under wagon;
pri ce, $75. 1225 10th st. nw. my23-3t
F'OR SALE Justarrived from Shenandoah
Valley, Va., one carload of fine horses;
good workers and fine drivers; strictly
guaranteed all Va. horses or money refund
ed. Can be seen and for sale atl). DOUGH
ERTY'S Bale and Exchange Stable, 208
ntn sr. nw. ; my22-7t-em
ntn st. nw. rnyzz-Tt-em
FOR SALE A good horse and wagon; suit
ableTor bakery or;groccry. Apply atyio
FOR SALE 'A tmrta 1 fin-pr,
FOR SALE 2 traps, 1 dayton, 2 surries
and other carriages and buggies on ac
count of storage and charges; great bar
gaia. 927 D st. nw. myl8-tf-em
YOU can get thcin.at Tba Times counting
room: window cardsfor rooms and board:
all kinds, 5a ,
TOR RENT STORE & DWELLING.
FOR RENT 700, corner of 7th and G sts.
sw.; store and dwelling! 6 rooms: good
business stand. B.3iEONARD, 530 4 1-2
st. sw . " iny22-3t,em
FOR SALE AND RENT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN,
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN,917FST NW.
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE
50FIa avenw.oh.7 rms $5,000
147 andl49Plercestnw,rh, Grins.. 5,000
82 st nw, b h, o rms 3,500
3338 and 33-0 T st nw, t h, 0 rms. .2,600
1009 King place nc, G mis 2,000
301 O stsw.hh, Grins 2,000
1222 Wyilc st nc, 0 rms 1,630
1114 20th stnw.r h,4rms 1,530
1112 ic st ae. r h, 5 rms 1,500
359 O st BW.f h, 5 ims 1,400
102GS Oapitolst,bh, 5rms '1,350
120tol2GScott'salleyue,bh, 4ims, 1,200
414 K. at se, I h, 5 mis 1,000
Btore and dwg, 17th, betECap and A
bis : 1,000
4 alley, 12th and 13th, T and U sts
. nw 1,000
2735 Q st nw, r h, 5 ims 1,000
000 loth stne. f h, 0 mis 1,000
Alley bet 4 1-2 and Gth.H and I sts
sw r 900
0 alley, betN Cap and lst.O andl sts
630 20th at nc, t h, 4 ims GOO
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
7th st, bLfc V and W nw $1 25
N st, bet 23d and 24th nw 1 25
V st, bet 33d and 34th nw 75
17th st, bet E Cap and A fo 75
D st, bet lath and 10th Ms nw 50
Lluthlcuiu place, betaist and 32d sts. 40
K st, bet 13th and 14th sts se 30
Nw cor lathand A stsse 30
5 bt, bet 33d and 34th sts nw 80
1102 N ri'ave nw, 9 rms, fur., $55;
unrurntshed, $35 00
1003 7th stnw.'i rms 40 00
56 K. st.no, 0 rms.... 17 00
oil llthstnw.S rms 22 00
1383 Fstne,.0Tms 1G 35
1014 3dstne,stable, Grmb 15 30
918 3d stir.v, 5 rms 1G 30
607 N st nw, 0 rms 15 40
1415 Sampson st mv ,.5 rms 15 00
55 Defreesst nw, G rms 14 50
910 and 921 Ga ave sc.Grms 10 30
3409 R st nw, 0 rms 12 50
2904 7th stnw, G rms 1200
923 Gaavesu, 6 rms 10 00
410 S Cap st sw, G rms 12 00
1016 and 1018 Covington st nw,
4 rms 10 00
628 and G30 Md ave sw, 4 rms ... 11 80
131 4 and 1316 Union stsw", G rms.. 10 30
208 Brooks court nw, 5 rms 9 30
2112, rear 211 7lh stnw 7 00
The above Is only a portion or the prop
erty oa my books. For full list call at or
tlcefor builetl-i.l"nuedon the 1st and 15th.
TIIOS. E. WAGGAMAN,
017 F bt. nw.
A. mTCH AU.'C EfenclTTa7iTsirrPo1rtuT
guese; lessons and translations. 933 N.
Y. ave. nw, my23-Gt
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT $10; 1329 C st se., nice 6
room brick dwelling; In splendid condi
tion. ROLAND C. BOOTH, 10th and Gnw.
FOR RENT At nominal rent, a com
pletely fur. house until Oct, to carorul
party. Address, with rers., SURE, this
FOR RENT- G-room house, newly papered.
1104 Park place; keys at 1102; $12.30.
FOR RENT 9-room brick: -bath, stable
and a. m. 1.; No. 425 Gth st. sw.; $25
pei month. Apply to OWNER, No. 405
Gth st. sw. my23-3t
FOR RENT 440 Q st. nw.; improvements
finished: house open for inspection; G
rooms, halls, hot water, range, bath, gas;
parking, large yard: house arrangvil for
twofamilles; ra$2L my23-j t
FOR RENT $15 per month; 421 N st. uw.:
4 rooms, in good condition; large yard;
stable. Inquire C. T. XODER, 615 E. nw.
m y22-3 t-eni
F'OR RENT Cheap near navy yard, 724
Gth st. be.. 6 i coins and bath; buir brick;
house open; rent reduced. B. F. SAUL,
508 llth St. nw. my22-3C
FOR SENT 406 and 407 3d st. sw.. elx
room brick; water; in splendid condition;
to desirable colored tenants; $13.50 each.
Apply 942 K st. nw. apl-tf,em
FOR SALE FARMS.
EOR SALE A very desirable form of
225 acres, In Charles county, on Pope's
Creek Line, B. & P. It. R., near Lothair
Station; a new 5-room house, with cellar
with all necessary outbuildings; two young
orchards, and has also an abundant supply
of water; convenient to churches, schools,
and postofricc, and within a mile or salt
water; price, $3,500. F"or further par
ticulars apply to Mrs. C. M. JAMESON,
73 L bt. nw., Washington, D. O. my22-3t
?OR SALE Farm; 143 acres; good house;
13 rooms; hot and cold water; bam and
aU necessary buildings; orchard; plenty of
shade; land in high state of fertility;
location, 15 miles noith of city. GEO. L.
STABLER, G08 14th St. nw. niy21-9t
FOR SAI.-E Lot containing 11,000 sq. ft.
oup. .L'juu university. Auurcss w.
L. S., this ojfico.
A BEAUTIFUL lotin thenw.; south rront:
20 by 100 reec to public alley; will trade
equity in a lot ne. or se., or a small
house; will pay dirrerence In cash. EX
CHANGE, this ofrice. my22-Gt-em
OFFICE OF BUILDING FOR LIBRARY
OF CONGRESS, Washington, D. C,
May 24, 1897. Sealed proposals Tor man
ufacturing, furnishing and delivering the
specially designed exhibition cases, rail
ings, tables, chairs, etc., for the Building
for the Library of Congress, will be received
at this office until 2 o clock p. m., on Mon
day, the 5th day of June, 1897, antlopencd
immediately thereafter. Specifications,
general instructions, conditions, and blank
forms of proposal may be obtained upou ap
plication to this office. BERNARD R.
WANTED POSTAGE STAiLPS.
WANTED For cash, all kinds of old United
States postage and department stamps;
collections also bought. H. P. DUNK
RORST, 1005 7th st. nw. myO-tf
Jiefore leaving Washington for the Summer
subscribe for TEE TIMES. The Morning
and Sunday Editions will be mailed to you
for thirty-five cents a month the Morning,
Evening and Sunday Editions for fifty. Ad
dresses changed as often as desired.
WMNGrfC ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13 1-2 St. & Pa. Ave.
in errcct May o, 1807.
For Alexandria (week days), 6- 30, 7:05,
7:35. ex.; 8:00, 8:30, ex.; 9:00, 9:50,
10: 05 , ex.; 11:00. 11.45, a. m, llB, ex.;
i2.L'o, i:io, i:45. 2:05. ex.; 2:40, k:00,
ex.; 3-30, 4:oo. exj 4:15, ex.; 4:45. 5:05,.,.
5: 20, ex.; 5:40, G:05, ex.; 6:25.7:00, S:00,
U:oo, io:oo, 11:20, ll:59 p. m.
For Alexandria (Sunday only), 8:00,
0:00. 10:00, 10:30, 11.00, 11:30, a. m.
12:00, noon. 12:30.1:00,1:30, 2:00, 2:30,
3:00, 3:30, 4:00, 4:30, 5:00, 5:30, 6:00,
0:30, 7:uo, 8:oo. u:oo. 10:00, ll"-20 p. in.
For Mount Vernon aud Way Stations
(week days), 6:30, 10:05, 11:00 a. m.
12 OS, 1 iu, J:05, 3:00, 4:o0, 4:15 P. m.
For Mount Vernon and Way Stations,
(Sunday only), 9:00, 11:00 a. m., 2:00,
4:00 p. m.
-foi Aiu.,ptoq and Aqueduct Bridge
(week daya), 8:00, 8:30. 9:00 10:05, 11:00,
11:45a, in., 12:05,12:20,1:15, 2:05, 2:10,
J.-oo, 3:30, 4:00, 4:15, 5:20, 0:05, 6:25,
7.oo, a:oo p. m.
F'or Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge
(Sunday only), 8.00. 9:00, lu:00 10:30,
ll.oo, ii. ao a. nf. 12:oo noon. 12:30,
l.-oo, 1.30, 2:oo, 2:30, 3:00, 3:3Q, 4:00,
4.30, 0.00, S.30, G.00, 6:30, 7.00, 8:00
Uaggair.2 checked Tree Tor passengers
holding rirst-clasa tickets at Station. Bi
cycles, 26 cents each.
FOIl SALE HOUSES.
FOR BALE On wldfTconcrete St.; $100
cash; balance, small monthly payments;
new, 2-story, hay window brick, 6 looms;
bath and pantry, all moderulmpiovements:
very select neighborhood; 1375 Emerson
st. ne., between E and F, 13th and I4tn
btb.; open dally. GEO.- P. NEWTON,
Owner, 802 F st. nw. my23-Gt
FOR SALE Much undervalue, pretty.new
2-story, bay window. JuiWeis: bulf and
red press buck lronts, stone trimming.
G rooms, bath and pautry; well built and
complete in all modem improvements", lot
17x75, wide parking, street to be con
creted next year; very easy terms; 1319
to 1329 F st. ne.; open dally- GEO. P.
NEWTON, Ownerf02 F st. nw. my23-Gt
FOR SALE Corner house, with large cel
lar; G rooms and bath; suitable for a
store; 1200 Fla. ave. ne.;, price, $3,300;
On easy terras. D. B. GOTTWALS. owner,
ail ntn st. nw. iny32-3t,em
i'OR SALE Own your own home-- By pay
tug $55 cash aud $10 per month, it can
be accomplished, and you won't miss the
money; nearly new and finely papered 2
story frame, with about 2,000 feet of
ground; fine parking; large porch; hydrant
water at kitchen door: stable; 30-It. rear
alley; within 2 squares electric car line;
east of Lincoln Park; in an Improving sec
tion or city; price, $1,425; title perfect.
O. M BRYANT, Warder Building, Oth and
y sts my2L'-3t,em
F'OR SALE $3,250; a handsome new
house, central location; northwest; on
concreted street: hard times compels me
to sell this house, which cost $4,500, at
such a sacrifice; would sell to good colored
party; must realize $300 cash; take ad
vantage of this, and address W H.
GRIMES, this office. iny22-3t
FOR SALE irave you $300 cash? Buy
nice 2-story Irame. balance can be paid
$5 monthly, rented to pay 13 per cent on
investment, colored or white. E. A. HEL
SKEN. 1210 G st nw iny22-3t
FOR SALE A well-built brick house; aU
mod. imps, and newly papered and paint
ed, with stable to public alley. Apply on
premises, No. 1G09 8th st. nw. myl-tf
FOR SALi-.. MISCELLANEOUS.
fUK SAL.K Wo are showing a very larg
assortment ot iloxley's improved Dry
Atr tee Botis: the best and most econom
ical for hotels, butchers and grocers. THE
J.T. MOXLEY ICE BOX AND FIXTURE
CO.. ractory rear or 214, 216, Zlti bt
it. ne. mh28-tf
FOR SALE 3 rine showcases, with large.
fcirong tables; price. $25; will sell sep
arately. Call at once, 1911 7th st.
FOR SALE Doctor's buggy, cheap. 625
N. . ave- my22-0t,em
i'OR SALE Soda water fountain in good
order; cheap, OOl 3dst.se. my2-3c-em
For SALE-Wlll sell my upright piano,
which 1 have only had four months; mis
fortune the cause of selling. Address 25,
this otfice. my22-3t
FOR SALE 2-chair barber shop; reason
for selinn;, ownet has other bu.siuess; do
ing good business. 910 E st. nw.
FOR SALE Fresn cows; always on hand;
would also exchange for dry cows. J NO.
DENEH.AS, 3510 Bnghtwood ave.
FOR SALE-Dachshund, collies, spanials
and rox terrier puppies; also young tamo
squirrels and monkeys- SCUitiD'a BIRD
bTORE, 712 12th ct nw. my7-tr,em
I-," (C A T 1 ? iilwl.M"irir tav cii.Afo.
stack (3o inches diameter. 70 reethigni.
watei-tuue boiler (to horse power), und
two power transmitters; all in flm-clas
condition, no reasonable orier refused.
Apply to G. C THOMPSON. Chief Engineer
Purity Ice Co.. Armory place, near 5th
and L sts, nw rt25-tf
Medical nnd Surgical Specialist,
Treats all Forms of Private Diseases.
Biuddcr Disease, Blood Diseased,
Kidney Diseases, Skin Diseases,
Special Diseases, Hydrocele,
SypLilitlc Diseases. Varicocele,
Advice aud Consultation Free. Both
Hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 0. Tues., Thurs.
and Sat. evenings, 7 to 8. Na 602 F
nw. (Closed Sundays.)
Bh, Cor. 12ih
nul and FSts.
Treats successfully all diseases ot taa
Brain and Nervous System, Diseases of the
Blood, Skin, Stomach, Kidneys and Blad
der, Night Losses. Sexual Weakness, Strict
ure, Varicocele. Hydrocele. SyphUIs, and
all Private Diseases ot either sex. Con
sultation and Urinary Analysis free.
Hours 10 to 12 and 3 to 5. Closed Sun
days and evenings.
GYPSY QUEEN Fortune teller: ladies,
50c: gentlemen, $1; (uo sign). Removed
to 1212 H et. nw. my23-7t
WANTED By two young men, Southern
ers, the acquaintance of 2 or 3 refined
young ladles; rers. fur. Address STRAN
uER, this orrice, rny22-3t-em
FOR ADOPTION A nice, healthy baby
girl to responsible parties. Addres3 A.
B, this office. mylfc-7t
WE WANT the attention of the working
man; we have a line lot of suits (not
much worn) made by the best tailors,
that we can sell for less money than new
cotton ones. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619
D st. nw. myl8-7C
telegraphic medium, scientific palmist, and
cara reader, teUs your full name, re
veals your past, describes the present and
foretells your future life; also tells about
business deals, law suits, love affairs,
family troubles, reunites the separated,
brlngb quarrels all right, removes spells,
causes marriages, aud gives good luck,
etc.; always at Some, 925 H st. nw.; fee
25c, 50c, $1.; satisfaction guarintc-d
or no charge. myl6-lmu
MME. ESTELLE, Medium, tell3 past, pres
ent and future; cures all diseases. Hours,
9 to 10; uo admittance after. 913 19th
st. nw. niyll-14t-em
l bCA S
NO CURE, NO PAT.
010 xn. Ave. .?. iv., i'. nsiuuirton, D, C,
Sprciallstln chronic and private diseases,
Piles, Stricture, Hydrocele, Gout. Catarru.
Dyspepsia, Blood Poison cured, Vitality re
stored. Consultation free and confidential
to both scxea. Dally, 9 to 12, 3 to G.
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
900 F Street Nortliwost.
Gold fillings and brldgo work a spe
cialty, at the lowest price: amalgam rul
ings, 60c; full sets or te;th on plates $5;
extracting, cither by gas or local spray,
absolutely painless, 50c; without, 25c; all
work dono by experts and guaranteed the
best; open on Sundays from lo to 3
MME. THEO, MEDIUM,
Ecientiflt: palmist and card reader; know
your fate and fortune; open daily; German
spoken; 25a, and 50c 929 B. st. nw.
LADIES needing confidential treatment.
a fciiro and safe relief in all woman's
complaint? and Irregularities. Geld medal
awarded for the science of obstetrics from
tbo University of Munich, Bavaria Strict
ly conGdentiol MRS. DE. SENKEIt. Na
8 7th st. ne.. near t Cltol Bt. Wash
ington, D. U
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND U
T',J,a.1- week daya PITTSBURG EX.
riibbS Parlor and Dining Cars, Harria-
, ,PlrS lo Pittsburg.
IO.oO A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED
fThBoJSi?? SIeeplng. Dining, Smoking and
Observation Cars.llarrisburg to Chicago,
Cincinnati. Indianapolis. St. Louis, Cleve
llurnsbur ToJeaa liurr-'t I'arlor Car to
10iAriAr riKAH? A-iNJS-i'uinaan Runes
rnr i.Htf f Uarrlsburg. Uurret Parlor
jft ,i.iJa.rna.b,?.rS to Pittsburg.
Jj"l'L JCAUl AND tJT. LOUJ3
rT. PTr BSr 7;,.Slecp,?s . Car Washington
to St, Louis, and Sleeping anil Dinlnc
7 f iV7. ""nnati) and Cbicag
7.10 1 M. W-CSrEKiN ,..t jjs pull,
man Sleeping Car to Pittsburg Chicago.
??? 17.7?sburS to Cleveland Hilling
car to Chicago.
T,10Pnrim5,' S9PTIt WESTERN EXPRESS
pin-oil: Sleeping Cars Washington to
llttsburg and Harrisburg to St. Louis
nian.d V.1110.1,11-111- Dining Car.
VnUn k.J"-. 1'40lGtEjPRESS-FulI-
- " an "H.-Ping Car to Pittsburg.
?l. T-,t0S.ane- Canandnigna.Roches
tP,f ,and Niagara tails dauy, except
1(J.'9.. il J?T "'"ra and Itenovo dally.
H?1 oVn?.a- Kor LoCk Haven week
V ' 11. Vi llhamsport Sundays, 3.40
7'u,tTninM fJ. Wliamsport. itochester.
SS?n and Niagara Falls UaUy, exepe
Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washington
i.,WtnWon Knfigv, via Bnrralo.
tor Mrr.,0-t'rte, 'aandalgua.lir)ches-
ttr. Burralo, and Niagara Fal daily.
,.em"KL,ar WashlngtoiTto KImira.
i-'oi x iiilauc-ipiiiu, .o- lure, una
. .. tno nai,t.
wwA- -"-,1',(;tKLSSIONAL LIM-
Jn.r?.: da' 1 J, all Parlor Cars, with Din-
J Til T,7.r f r.om aUimore. Regular at 7.00
i'A,r?o&,Ca,rJ'.8-00 9-0t" 10-00 (fining
anTJ.11;?0 (Dining Car rrom WlP
allJ 11- P. M. On Sunday. 7.0J
4 ai KV,Am,I??ton A.M., 12.15,3.15.
?"hiV ' ,b-,5?' 10-00 and 11.3d P. M. Fof
i hiludelphia only. Fast Fjcpreas, 7.50 A.
m JZ?. tia-ys. Express 12.15 P.
7 5ny; K?T ton. without change,
dally """ days' antl 1-20 p- iL
'mi!0 9,lty vTla C'aware River
Kr 5i?' a,,-ra" .J2uie'. 3-15 p. in. daUy.
KoJvitlm,re-,i-5-7-00.7 SOI 8.00. a.ini.
i9'9?' JiP'P J?aa "-00 a m., 12.15,
,f ' x?-30. 2.01, 3.15, 3.40 liJOO lin
V-V. 4'r 4aB' 5-4. 1 0.50, 7.lo
nH.:00-. -10-40- "-15 an il 35 p. ra.
On Sunday. 7 00. 8.00. 9.00. 9.05. 10.50;
fln an m." ? i6' 1 15' "01' y-15, 3.40.
(4.00 limited;, 4.20, 5.40, 6.16, G.50.
-10. 10.00, 1O.40 and 11 35 p. m
or Pope s Creek Line, 7.50 a, m. and 4.33
p. m. dally except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.00, O.Oo a. m., 1215
and 4 20 p. m. daily, except Sunday,
bundays 9.00 a. m. ad 4.20 p. m
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Flor
ida and points on Atlantic Ccas
Line. 4.30 a. rr, 3.46 p. m. daily;
Richmond only.io.57 a, m. week days:
Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Sea
board Air Line, 4.40 p. m dally. Ac
commodation for Quantlco, 7.45 a. ru,
and 4.25 p. in. weekdays,
llctet offices, corner Fifteenth and G
streets, and at the station. Sixth and H
streets, where orders can he left for check
ing of baggage to destination from hotels
J. B. HUTCHINSON, General Manager.
J. R. WOOU. General l'osem:er .Agent.
Schedule in effect May 16, 1S97.
Leave Washington from siathMi, turner "C
New Jersey avenue and C street.
For Chicago aud Northwest. Vestibule!
Limited trains, 10:00, 11:45 a. m., 8:05
Express, 11:45 a. m. Vestlbuled Limited
3:40 p. m., express 11:30 p. m.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express
daily, 10:00 a. 111 and -5i v
For Columbus, Toledo and Detroit, 11:30
For Winchester aud way stations, 3:40
ana ;5.30 p. m.
For New Orleans, Memphis, Birmingham,
Chattanooga. Knoxvihe Bristol and
Roanoke. 11:20 p. m. dally; Sleeping Cu
For Lurav. 3:40 p m. dally.
For Baltimore, week days, 5.00, 6.30,
X7 05, x7 10, X7.30. xS 00, 8.30. x9.30.
xlO 0O,xl2.00a m ,xl2 05,12.10, xl2 40,
X3.00, 3-20, X4J30, 4 35. Xo.05, X5.10,
X5.30, X6.20, 6.30, xb 00, 8 15, x9.20,
11.15, xll.50 p. m., and xl2 01 night.
o...i.i..,o -r nTL r-r 1 n --rr Jn 9n o en
,. , -! r.T nlnhf
Vnr tnn.mr.liu 7-1 (1 iml K Mil m.19-in
aud i..3u p. lu., Sundays, oU a. u, 4.35
For Frederick, week days, 8.00, 11.45
a. m-, 184.108.40.206 p.m. Sundays, 9.00 a.m.,
1.15 p. m.
1'or Hagerstown. J10.00 a. m. and :5.30
For Boyd and way points, week day
8 uo a. m.. 4.30. 5.30.7.05 p. m. Sundays,
O.oo a- m., 1.15. 7.03 p. m-
For GaitUerbDurg and way points, week
da vs. 8.00, 9.00 a. m., 12.50, 3.00, 4.30,
4 33, 5.30. 7.05, 11.40 p. m. Sunday
bioo a. m.. 1.15, 4.33, V )o, 10.1t p. m
For Washington Junction and way pointd.
8 00 a- m., 4.30, 5 30 p. m- week day3,
9.00 a- m., 1.15 p. m. Sundays.
Royal Blue Line lor New York
All trains illuminated with Pintsch light.
ForPhiladelphla, New York, Boston, and
the East, week days. 7.05, 8.00, 10.00 a.
n, 12.00, (12.40 oil Dining Cars), 3.00.
5 05 (Dining Can, 12.01 night; sleeping
, . ,., c..i-c t r,-
pnnaaeipma, cenuaio.utui,o.uu p. m.
BarretParlor Cars on all day trains.
For Atlantic City, 10.0O 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 offices, 619
Pennsylvania avenae nw.. New Tork
&Tenue and Fifteenth street, and at depot.
WM. M. GREEN. B. B. MAETIN,
Gen- Manger. Mao- or Pass. Traffic
(Schedule in effect May 2, 1897.)
AU traiii-arrive aii-ieuo enusjuanla
8 a m. DallT. local for D on vule. Char
lotte and way stations, connects atManas
b ror Strasburg. Harrisonburg, and
Staunton, dally, except Sunday, and
Lynchburg with the Norfolk .ind est
n iaily and with the Chesapeake una
Ohio, dally, for the Nutural Bridge ud
t-ast MAIL, carries Pullman Buffet
Sleeiiera. New York and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with
l'ullman Sleeper Tor Asheville and Ho
Krirrir-s. N. C. Knoxvl'de. Cliattanooga and
nin Sleeper for Augusta. Pullman Buffet
iKioner New York to New Orleans, connect
S?at Atlanta for Birmingham and Mere-iiii.-
mu . ir.un .- - n io ,ni-w
Orleans without cUange. Sunsccpersonally
conducted tourUt excursion tl.iouwi sleeper
mi this train every Saturday to San Iran
ojsco without change.
4 01 P ra- Local ror Front Royal, stroa
fo'ir" and Harrisonburg, with timnectluc Tor
Staunton, daUy, except Sunday.
,.51 p. m iatly, iocl Tor Charlotte-
10-43 D. rn Dally. WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN, VESTLBULKD. LIM
1TED composed ot Pullman Vcutlbuled
Bieeoe'ra, dining cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New Tork to Nash
viUn TennT, via Asheville, EnoxMUd
and Cnattanooga; New York to Tampa,
vii t.h.irlotte, ttiuti3. Sivyannah .ui
Jacksonville; New York to Memphis, vli
Tiirmiti-iiani; New lork to New Orleans.
Atlanta and Montgomery. Vestlbuled
nay coach Wastlngton to Atlanta. South
ern RaUway dining car, Greensboro ta
TRAINS FON WASHINGTON AND OHH
DIVISION leave Washington 9:01 a. in
dnllv. 1:00 p- m. aud 4.45 p. in. daily, ex
ceDt Sunday, and 6:25 p. m. Sunday oulj
for RoundHIU. 4:32 p. m, dally, exceptSuu
day for Leesburg, and 625 p. m, aaiiy foi
iierndon. Returning, arrive at aslung
ton 820 a m. and S:40 p. m. dally on!
3-00 p. m. daily, except Sunday, Iron
Kouna Hill and .."i a- '" "aj'i. e.viPt
Sunday rrom Herndon, and 8:34 a, lu.
flatly except Sunday, rrom LeesDnrg.
Throu-h trains from the South arrive at
Washington 6 42 n.-m.. 2 20 p m . and
0 25 p. m. dally Harrisonburg, 12:40 p.
xn., and 9:25 p. m dally, except Sunday,
And S.30 a. iu., daily, rom CiiaricUesvlllt;,
Tickets, sleeping car reservation, and in
formation rurnlshed at orrices, 511 anij
1300 Pennsylvania aveuue and at Pennsyl
TBnla Rallrcad Passenger Station.
VV. 11. UHEKN , wen. supt.
O. M. CJJLl, 1 rattle Mana-er.
v. A. "HJitE., Ueu. i'ass. Ajrent.
1 L. s. Brown, Uen. Agt. i'a as. Xlspt-
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