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THE 3IORKIKG TIMES, HQKDAT, AUGUST 9t .1897.
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ONE! OF AHGIENT DATE
Valuable Collection iii the Posses
sion of Eiias Matter.
One of Them Is a Moorish Syrncnsau
Cola of 480 B. C "Wishes
to Sell Them.
EUnsInttex, formerly a banker at Cairo,
Egjrnu, i stopping at 1651 Math street
uotthwost, and he has with him a wonder
ful colleotion of rare coins and antique
Jewelry, which be "wants to sell to the
Government for exhibition at the Sniith
Twelve or fifteen sears ago wben Arab
Pasiiaand his Moslem followers massacred
nearly all theChristians in bit. territory, Mr.
Jtnttor was compelled to desert his bank
and flee for his life. He took with liim
bis valuable collection, the work of a
lifetime, and arter many adventures
succeeded in escaping. He went to Europe
and finally came to this city. He has
a number of letters of Introduction from
prominent archaeologists in New York and
other cities, and i6 accompanied by Dr.
A. J- Arbeely, t-dltor of the Kawab ot
America, issued in Kew Yoik. and which
isbhc only Arabic paper published in this
WIhju een by a Times reporter yester
day Mr. Mattel was very enthusiastic over
his otiieetton of coins, and if they are
-what he represents them to be he has a
right to 1 enthusiastic. In the collection
is a. Aleonsh coin. It has on one side a
head of Arethusa. The. hair on the head
16 inetted. Around the head are dolphins
twlming and they mept at the noe ot the
profile, winch Mr. Matter says means that
ivhea the cohi was minted the island ot
Syracuse was connected with the main
land by a causeway. The lower dolphin
boars the name. Timor' from which fact
tfcealftte t,f the coin is pluoedat -ISO B.C.
Tlie wrd 'Syrakoafon," meaning Syra
cuse, is also on the coin.
Ottier. coins possessed by Mr- Matter, he
cifcims, re Phoenician. Greek, Roman and
Knlian. A gem is a Roman coin of the
titMfe of Pope Antonlus Pius. AnoUier val
nble Roman coin represents a victory over
tie "Moors? A Greek coin with the head ot
mhingou it is very rare, and Mr. Matter
fjB Wiat it is. the only one in this coun
try. An attractive coin is a Hebrew one of
ttae reign of Herod Agripja. On it are three
ears, of wfeott, -which stand for three years
of 'ttte reign of Herod the Great, about
37 A. D.
Mr. Mater has many other coins of leaser
antlqutoy, hut of an Interesting character.
He bald that he obtained them while
pursuing hte business as banker and pawn
broker, or money lender, at Cairo. He
-will submit his letters and curios to the
EmiUisonUn people for examination and
Investigation, with a view to selling them
to the Government- He needs money,
having lst Ins fortune when he fled from
MONEY WANTKD AM) TO LOAN.
HONEY TO LOAN-
-A NEW PLAN
XO TO 1,0U0 TO LOAN.
ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, 1'IANOS,
, iOUGANS, HORSES, CARRIAGES,
, WAGONS, ETC.,
wtitbout removal from possession of owner.
"We can offer you the LOWEST RATES
and EASIEST TERMS.
.No delay, you will receive the money
within a tew hours after making applica
tion for it. Payments on the principal, of
any amount, win be received at any time,
wnlch will lessen cost of loan.
Ploase call Tor further information.
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.,
au7-tf ooi: F st. nw.
WANTED -S15 for CO days; gilt-edge se
curity and large bonus given to party
responding immediately. Address IMME
DIATELY, this office. au5-3t-em
LOANS from 5 to 550 to reliable parties;
also money advanced on bicycles. Room
, Central Bldg., cor. 9tb .and Pa. ave. uw.
U. K. FULTON'S loanofflce, 1218 Pa. ave.
nw., money loaned on watches, diamonds,
Jewelry, bUver ware, etc apl6-tim
LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT
eral, euch ae lire policies, stocks, bonds,
building association shares, syndicate cer
tificates, etc No delay YERKES &
BAKER, 1110 F et. Take elevator. tf
LOANS ilADE ON FURNITURE,
Lo&ne mafleon Furniture, Planoa. Horse,
Wagons, etc . at lowest rates and quickest
possible time. Strictly confidential. Please
call befoTe Fecurlnp loans elsewhere.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
tSlt F etieet northwest.
MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 upwaid, at 5
and & 1-2 per cent, on D. C. leal estate,
250, 5500. etc., at G per cent; all
transactions conducted with economical
consideration Tor borrowers.
"WILLIAM H. SAUNDERS i CO.,
pl6-tf 1407 F et. nw.
MONEY TO LOAN at 5 and o pr cent;
tecurity. real estate in District ot Co
lumbia, no delay beyond an inspection of
propeity and examination ot title. 'WAL
TER fc.. ACKER, 7U 14th t- uw. mb2S-tf
HELP "WANTED MALE,
WANTED Ten Colored
Waiters for resort; fares
paid. At once; today. Ap
ply Dick's Hotel; agency,
613 7th. lt
WANTED -White barber. 1921 7th st.
n w. It
WANTED Fireman, white. with third-class
"license; single man; wages, $13 per
month, board and room; 8 hours per uay.
Address ENGINEER, this office. It "
"WANTED Young white fireman; chance
of iuciease for good man; no drinkers
need answer. Audress FIREMAN, this
WAlVTED An industrious white boy to
assist baker. Apply at 317 C su so.,
"between 9 and lu a. m. and 2 and 3
p. ni. twday. it
WANTED By an experienced stenogra
pher, several young men to study short
band and typewrltluc: a complete couise
fctu; day or evening lessons. Address C.
C, this ortice. auS-'Jt
"WANTED G young men; good pay. Call
at 1330 F st.nw.. back loom, ba-enienl,
between 9 and 4 o'clock. aub-3t
WANTED -loo men at the Colonial Heath
iie-tel; boarding t5 per week. COLON
IAL UbAtu, va. aub-ot
"WANTED An experienced caterer, with
rurniture, to run a nice dining-room;
centrally located; favorable terms are
Offered. Address OWNER, this otifce;
w'wcAiiciicmiuauu references. au-li,em
WANTED Colored, third-class engineer, for
,I.J;v?J-,' :TllAn rererences. today. DICK'S
HOTEL AGENCY. 613 7th. it
"VVv?:rIpTTwo, experienced shoemakers.
Call at once. 125 Pa. ave. nw.
HEADQUARTERS Tor plate "printers"
Overalls, all sizes, at ID 03 Pa. ave nw
WANTED White union barber. 905 7th
L nw.; steady Job; German preferred.
UNPRECEDENTED bargains at SELBY'S.
1903 Pa. ave. nw. 5?i men's workln"
pants, 50c Every article proportionately
WANTED Solicitors for insurance; a good
chance for pushing men to make nionev
THE CAPITAL CITY BENEFIT HO
CIETY. 45b" La. ave.nw.; Roomsllandl.
n l-J.V WANTED-FEMALE. '
WANTED White girl or woman for gen
eral housework, willing to assist with
washing. 014 13th st. nw. It
WANTED Intelligent white woman as in
valid aitenilnnt. do some sewimrand at-
tendtocorrespon dence. G1413thst.nw.lt
WANTED Woman cook; no washing or
at 1702 1-2 10th Bt.iiy. au9-3t
WANTED Six country girls for chamber
maids, cooks and general housework; good
wagea and good homes. 4-11 G ht. a u9-3 fc
WANTED immediately, good reliable girl
Tor general housework; one not afraid
of work. 813 K st. It
WANTED -A smart colored woman to
cook. Apply 035Nst. n It
WANTED -SLady clerk, experienced in of
nce work; rapid writer: bestiels given.
Address F. P. H., this of lice. aub-3t
WANTED A wlilte girl to do general
housework; stnv nights. Call at 1117
B bt. no., between 4 and 7 p. m. au7-3t
WANTED -A white woman to do general
.housework in private ramlly. Call 425
4Ui st. ne. nuii-3t,em
U1JLP WANTKD-MALB ANIi
WANTED At City Intelligence Office,
cookb, waiters, general iiouseworkeis,
poners, drivers, nurses, lauudresses, cham
iterniaids, cleaners, boys, laborers, dish
wasners; quickest place to get -work.
SliAt'KLlit'OltD'S, 427 llttl bt. UW.
WANTED Employment by a young man
having an honorable dlscliate from the
Army, with "character excellent, nonest
and faithful:" no canvassing. Address SEN
TINEL, this of lice. au9-3t
WAN1ED By an honest, intelligent and
hatd-working man, a position as collcc
toi for an niM.'illiiieiit houi-e oi any place
of tiust, liave had yir of expoiieuce:
can furniIl the bet or lefeience and any
amount ot bond. COLLECTOR, this ot-nce.-
WANTED Young man wishes a jiosUlon in
real estate omen. Address B. II. JI.,
this ofiice. auj-3t,etn
SIT LTAT1QNS WA.VTED-FKMA LE
WAN! ED A respectable white girl wants
place as cashier, waitress or chamber
maid Address WILLING, this ofiice.
WANTED By settled white woman, sit na
tion to cook and light liou-sework; good
home; wages moderate. Address A. B. W ,
this office. au8-2t
WANTED -Sewing todo; geiitleiiieii'slnim
dered clothes to repair; collarbands a
specialty. 711 5th st. nw. auS-3t
WAMiiO-uy lady out or oriice, tj-pe-wnimg
to do; own muchine; good pen
man. Address uoss, this office. au7-3t
WANTED By a young colored woman of
respectable family place to clean; dust
in store; office", or "any kind ot establish
ment; willing. 125 G St. nw. au7-3t
WANTED By gentleman and wife, 2 or i
a ruriiiMieu or uniuurni-.neu rooms ior
liglit housekeepiue. Addiess, giving ltica
tion and price, K. R. L., this ofrice.
WANTED A spiritual medium gent wants
on 1st or 2d rioor, 2 cOtiimlnlcating, fur
nished rooms at once, with a spiritualist
intuiiy or others; the highest reis. can bo
given by htm. Address, stating lowest
pnee, G. B., this office. au7-3t-em
WANTED Comfortable room for couple; 5
minulca walk or Treasury; state piice;
no questions Address S. L. N. this oi rice.
ba.mlu-1 nicely lur. room with priv
ilege; price must oc reasonable. Address
t;. i. J., this office. au7-3t
WANTED By man and wife, two or three
rooms; secona rioor; for light house
keeping; terms must be moderate; Capitol
Bill preferred. Address S. M. G., this office.
serve your hair by using Pulliuger's Ejy
ternal Cocktail Tonic: cures bcalp diseases,
prevents hair rrom l ailing off. every appli
cation is worth 25c. when the hair is tail
ing: reduced to COc. per bottle; free appli
cation with hair-cut or Cc.with shave. W.
F.PULLINGER.lOth and New York ave.
FOR SALE $.'150 will buy a fine grocery
store worth 8000, with hor-e and wagon.
COMMERCIAL, 510 F st. uw. .i'..$-3t
FOR SALE One of the be.t located con
fectionery stores In the oity; ."en. $25;
store and two rooms; fine biHin ;is r-ince;
once, complete, S200. COMMERCIAL, 510
F st. nw . t.u8-3t
FOR SALE -Millinery and notion -.tor.-on
14th st. nw.: a bargain for Immediate
purchaser: easy terms. Address EASY
TERMS, this office. au8-3t
FOR SALE-Bar, with hotel. doing a rine
ouslness; all the fixtures and furniture;
price 54,000; is cheap at $10,000. COM
MERCIAL, 510 F nw. uu8-3t
FOR SALE-Chcap, a cigar, notion and
confectionery store, witn house of four
moms; rent. S20.50; stock and fixtures in
ventory $250; price, $150. COMMER
CIAL, 510 F st. nw. uu8-3t
FOR SALE-The best business chances
ever offered for tale by COMMERCIAL
EXCHANGE, 510 F bt. nw.; lead their
advertisements. - auS 3t
FOR SALE Grand bargain; hotel and bar
Willi o jumisneu rooms; on in. ave.;
ost $13,000 to fit up; price $2,500. COM
MERCIAL, 510 F st. uw.
FOR SALE If you want your store sold
and sold quick, without publicity see
COMMERCIAL, 510 F st. :iw. - rt 3t
FOR SALE-We have 10 of the best pay
ing and best located grocery stores m
the city, for sale. COMMERCIAL, 510 F
st. nw. au8-3t
FOR SALE Book, newspaper and Job
office, full of v.oik; must sell: office
work will more than pay rent. PRINTER,
tins ofiice. aub-Ot
FOR SALE -A giocery store that will in
ventory $35o;aciUK a fine business; price
$225. COMMERCIAL, 510 F nw.
WANTED -A first-class grocery and meat
btore In nw. or ne.; must be cheap Tor
cash. Address M. K this office.
WANTED-Partuer in established whole
sule business, with $500 to $1,000;
profits 25 to 50 per cent every 90 days;
money secure; honest, legitimate; best
references. Address SINCERE, this of
WANTED Paitner, with $50o, with busi
ness ability m established business; cleais
$20 per week. 1721 Pa. ave. nw.
HAVE you $300? Rare chance for an old
established business; better than a Gov
ernment position. Call arter 4 p. in., 602
d st. sw. au7-3t-em
FOR SALE-Satoon, near new postoffice;
daily sales, 5,35; rent $57; sell at inven
tory; living rooms; 3 years' lease; north of
Pa. ave. BUSLN'ESS JEX.CHANGE.1321 F.
a VU. SALiE bakery and store; dolnff good
uusincss; cueap rent; reason for selling,
retiring rrom business. 327 loth bt. se.
FOR RENT Stall in BT & O. Market;
N. J. ave. and D st. Inquire in grocers'
$25,000 IN 6 MONTHS by investlug$85
in securing Russian patent; most valua
ble in Europe and endures 15 years; former
price $350; laws were changed last yean
it Russian patent Is rejected your $85 is
refunded by reliable company; this is
straight Roods; no time to lose. Address
SECURIT Y GUA RANTEED, thisoffice.
FOR SALE Lunchroom, Pa. ave. nw.,
$250; rent, $20; daily bales, $10 to
$15. BUSINESS EXCHANGE, 1321 F st.
FOR SALE-A three-chair barber bhop;
,W' .?fC0Un 0od oruer' Address
SHOP, this office. au6-3t,em
FOR SALEGrocery, O. NW0 at in-
ventory, $3..; rent $10 BUSINESS
EXCHANGE, 1321 F st. nw. au6-3tem
FOR SALE Grocery and liquor store, 7th.
st. nw., at Inventory; 4 rooms; rent, $35.
BUSINESS EXCHANGE, 1321 F st.
FOR SALE $500 cash will buy stock, fix
tures and good will of grocery, meat
and provision store; ne; doing good buol
ness; ot $750 worth; only those meantou
business need appljv Address GROCER
this office. au5-0t,em"
FOR SALE Confectionery and fruit ntoro;
good .opportunity ror right party. 824
FOR KENT ROOMS.
FTTRETOSlHirst. nw.; nIcely,.com
fortable, furnished rooms; transients ac
FOR RENT Furnished liall room; $5; with
or without board. No. 945 K Bt. nw
FUR RENT Furnished jooms, with ase
of bath, S4 per month and up. 414 Gth
fit. uw. at
FOR RENT-714 11th St., one large front
room, second floor, to one or two gentle
men, $10; if two, S12; board 63 per WK-
FOR ItENT-Rooms papered from $2 up;
latest stvlcs ot uaners. uuna.oi-
LENCE, 2i7 G bt. ne.
FOR RENT-Large rur. room, suitable for
1 or 2 gentlemen. 1225 L st.nw.
FOR RENT -At 711 5th bt. nw., rooms
with or without board; 2 m room, 4.o0
per week. auS-t
FOR RENT-Nlcely fur. 2d-story flat; 5
rooms and bath; with use of new piano;
terms reasonable. 807 7th st. uw.
FOR RENT Fur. rooms; 1st and 2d floors;
SO to S8; board, S3; 2 large 2d-floor
rooms; unfur.; 12. 15 E st. uw. aub-3t
FOR UENT-Large front loom; 3 win
dows; back room on 2d, 2 on 3d floor; fur.
or unfur. 720 11th bt. nw. aiV3-Jt
FOR RENT Large front ioom; furnished,
on line or cars. 1812 14th st. uw.
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING-Suite o two
lovely, looms; eutire' floor lumisheu,
tefrleiator and water on same floor. 415
u st. uw. auo-Ji
FOR RENT Four fine rooms. G12 9th bt.
FOR RENT Nicely fur. room, 2d lloor;
opens on a vcianda; $1.50 a week; board
if desired. 12 Gth st. ne., near L. Cap.
bt., carb and Capitol. nubt
FOlt RENT Nicely furnished room, d
rioor; mod. imp,; private lamily; suitable
Tor genUeman", pilce, 0 per ino. 217 11
st. u w. uub-Jt
FOR RENT 717 12th bt. nw., large,
nicely rur. rooms", good home table; house
is centrally located; summer prices.
FolfitENT Newly fur. joorn large, cool
and comfortable; small mom, $1; choice
location; reduced rates .530 3d bt. nw
FOR RENT-Pour front room, southern ex
posure; $7 a month; gentlemen only.
1233 N. Y. ave- nw. au7-3t-em
FOR RENT-FurTTooms; with or "wlth
out board; gas and bath; homelike; terms
very reasonable. 710 Gth.bt. uw
FOR RENT-Comfortable fur. rooms; op
posite Judiciary Square; $4, $6, $b,
$10 per mouth; transients accommodated.
423 4th St. nw. uu7-3t,em
FOR RENT l-'or 1. h., 4 unfur. rooms on
2d floor; with water, heat and kos; $20.
942 O st. uw. nu7-3t-em
l-UK Rt,NT 2 rur. rront communlcuUng
rooms, 2d rioor, with or without board;
moderate terms. 220 C bt. nw. nu7-3t
FOR RENT Takoma Park, Maple avenue,
4 rooms, 2d floor, $10 per month. Par-
;uiars at 520 21st st. uw. au7-3t
FOR RENT-Nice, neat, furnished room, for
2; including good board, $3.75 per week;
good table board, $3 per week. 228 F
tt. uw. au7-3t
FOlt RENT Two or three rooms and
bath, 2d floor. Particulars at 520 21st
st. nw. au7-3t
Fort iCKivr At 210 D st. nw.; neatly fur-
nisiicu rront and .back rooms; with or
wituout board; terms reasonable. au7-3t
tun iCJti.M-i.arge trout and back bed
room. 2a lloor; also one 011 1st floor;
nicely rur.; privileges or bath; one square
or uty nan. 223 v st.nw. nuT-Gt
Jrou ictNT Three rurnished rooms; 1st
and 2U rioor; trout rooms. b05 Gth st.
FUR RENT Newly furnished; large, cool
rooms; 2U and -3d rioor. 'SiTJ. N. J. ave.
FOR RENT Large furnished room, front,
second tioor, $ per mouth. 1273 N. J.
ave. fie. au7-3t
FOR RENT German family haslargecool
lur. rooms; verv good toard; price cheap.
1221 1 st. nw. au7-3t
FOR RENT Large front alcove room and
hallroom at 457 G st. uw. au6-3t,em
FOR RENT Rooms on second and third
floors, single or en suite; furnished or
unfurnished; reasonable. 207 G bt. nw.
FOR RENT-925 11 st. nw., nicely fur
nished front room with bay window; on
second rioor; also two good-sied hall
looms; bath on same floor; summer rates.
FOK RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT 701 R. I. ave., 3 cool, cheer
ful unlur. rooms: bathroom; no 1 comers
nor children; near market; 3 car lines; lent
low; refs. nu9-3t
FOR RENT 2or 3 unfur. rooms Tor house
keeping, on becond floor: new, fine house;
excellent neighborhood; splendid nathr xmi;
private family. 35 I bt. ne. au8-3t
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms; heatand
as, also fuinistied naliioom, cheap, biio
14th st. nw. acb-3t
FOR RENT Three or four unfurnished
rooms; 2d floor; housekeeping. 100
Mass. ave. ne. au8-3t
FOR RENT Floor or 3 rooms and bath;
over store; with gas; heat in winter;
ipi; a bargain. G31 Acker bt. ne. au7-3t
FOR KENT At lb21 G rt. nw., desirable
unfur. parlor; good location and reason-
able rent. au7-3t,em
FOR RENT-Three unfur. rooms; $8 a
month 33 K. st. ne. auG-St,em
FOR RENT 3 unfur. rooms; 3d floor;
gas for coooking; $9 a montu; 2 rooms,
2d floor, same price. 118 D st. ne.
FOR RENT Unfur., suite of 3 rcoms, 3d
floor front. 939 Pa. ave., apply CROCK
ERS BUOE STORE. au3-tf
WANTED 5 or 6-room house in good re
jpair; conveniently near 18th and Pa.
ave. nw.; for family ot 2 adults; rent not
td exceed 520. Address F. C , this office.
WANTED- To exchange farm of 1G0 acres
In Alaryland.x miles from Washington,
for house In Washington. FA.RMER, this
WANTED POSTAGE STAIK'S.
WANTED For cash, all kitidsof oU'. United
States postage and department btumps;
collections also bought. U. F. DUNK
BORBT. 1005 7tU Bt. UW. lay-
"WANTED SUBUKBAX LOTS.
WANTED Suburban lot, or acreage, with
or without house; near car line; must be
cheap; ror cash. Address J. P. V this
WANT ED 51 1 5CELX, AN1SO US.
A PROFESSOR of dermatology will re
move superfluous growths of tiair pain
lessly and permaueutiym 30 mlnuces' treat
ment at the homes of patients. Address,
naming hour for treatment; immediate at-tc-ntlon;
unquestioned ref.; moderate charge;
PROFESSOR, this office. auS-Gt
K10NE BROS., artistic paper-hangers;
rooms papered from $2 up. Address
711 5th st. nw. auS-3t
WANTED -An Eddy refrigerator", medium
size", must be good and cheap. Addresss
A. B. C, this office. au7-3t,em
WANTED A satisfactory cafe or confec
tionery combined. Address CRANDALL,
with information and location, thisoffice.
WANTED At Colonial Beach; small fur
uistied cottage; or part; two weeks, or
longer. Address A. B. C, this orrico.
au 1 -ac
WANTED Second-hand square piano; must
be in good condition and cheap for cash.
Address 400 South Capitol st. au7-3t
BOOKS designed, opened, closed, audited,
and systematized; don't trust to luck;
have your book audited. Address EX
PERT. P. 0. Box 175, Washington, D. C,
PROF. CLAY Oldest established medium
advertising in this city; consult him ou
business, lawsuits, divorce, speculations,
separations, love or family troubles; can
U-l you anything yon wish to kuov; brings
separated husband aud wife together, makes
sweetheart or lover true; causes marriages;
removes spells or mysterious feelings:
gives luck; fee, 50 cents; hour?, 10 to 10
dally. 489 II St.. sw au7-3t,em
In obstetrics: gold medal awarded for the
science of obstetrics from the University
of Munich, Bavaria; treats successfully
woman's complaints and irregularities; pri
vate sanltatluni for ladies belore and dar
ing confinement. Office hours f 10m 10 a.
in. to 5 p, 111., No. 8 7th st. ne.
Scientific palmist and card reader; tells
your full name, reveals your past, describes
the present, aud forateiIts your future life;
also tells about business deals, lawsuits,
love affairs, family troubles, reunites the
beparated, brings quarrels all ritdit, re
moves spellB, causes.marnages, and gives
good luck, etc. Address P. O., care
Geu. Del., Atlantic City, N. J. Will re
turn hero lu Sept. Satisfaction guaran
teed. , ,
11 fnr I7rh
Ml and F Sts.
Treats successrullynll 'Diseases ot the
Diuui and Nervous System, Diseases of the
BiocHl, Skin, Stomacli-Klihieysniid Bladder,
Night Losses, Sexual Weakness, Stricture,
Varicocele, llydiocelc, 'Syphilis and all
Private Diseases or either sex. Consulta
tion and UrlnnryAualysls free.
The highest lee charged, whether you
have one or more diseases, is
S5.00 A gySOffCTH,
Which includes all medicines.
Hours, 10 to 12 and 3 to 5, dally; Sun
duy, 11 to 12. JyJ3-tf
WANTED Lndles' dresses made, $3 up;
perfect fit; Baughmon's dresi-cutter, $5.
M M E. H YATT . 908 N. Y. ave. j y 24-lmo
NO IMPOSITION Nothing but facts given
i?B id n
the world's most famous c.airvojaat
and palmist; her piedlctions are ac
curate and reliable; her information
and advice on business, marriage, di
voices, separations, ienslons, deeds, wills,
lawsuits, etc, are truthful: names given;
ubsolute satisfaction guaranteed. Hours,
:t u. m. to 8 p.m. Residence, 1303 G Bt.
nw.; German aud English spoken.
MRS. M. BROWNING, 802 7th st. nw.,
becond floor; chiropodist. au8-6t
THE "3 DAYS" CURE (for menj leads
all remedies In this city; a prompt and
permanent cure or no charge; consultation
free. DR. McKEEUAN , 71G 12th st. nw.
SELLING them? Why, sure. - uecln the
push and come down here ror a splendid
custom-made suit (a trifle worn) for a
price that you caunot beat; note the name.
JUSTH'S OLD STAND, G19 D st. nw.
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
yuu F Street rsortiivvet.
Gold fillings and bridge work a spe
cialty, nt the lowest puce; amalgam lin
ings, 50c; full sets of teeth 011 plates, $5;
extracting, either by gas or local spray,
absolutely painless, 50c; without, 2c; all
Work done uy experts, and guaranteed the
best; open on Sundays from 10 to 3
CALL to see the proiessor in business mat
ters; road to success. 229 12th st. se.
MME. ES TELLE. Medium Tells past,
piesent and future, lemoves evil inilu-
ti, pjj: Hikes ntr snells: iiouis from 9 a. m.
to i) 11. in.: tuics of tcmale diseases. 14G
MME. THEO, MEDIUM.
SclentiUc palmist and card reuder; know
your rate and fortune; open daily; German
bpoken; 25c and 50c. 929 II st. uw.
uiu i'n. A-ve. .'"., Vv u.Ntiinxtoti, i). u.
Treat ah chronic and private diseases,
PHes, btrlcture, Hydrocele, Gout. Catarrh,
Dyhpepsia, Blood Poison cued; vitality re
stored tonsuitatlon free and conrideimal
to both sexes. Dally, 9 to 12, 3 to 6.
EXPERT SPECIALIST i the
cure of all private diseases. Ilydrocelo
Varicocele, Stricture, Impotency, and
Syphilitic Diseases positively cured. Ad
vice aud Lousiiliatiun free- Uoih Se.ves.
nours, y to 12, 2 to 5; Tucs., Thurs , and
Sat. evening?, 7 to B. No. G02 F st. nw.
iwio&ed bunuuy.) - jel5-tf
BX AUGUST 15, desirable rooms, with
hoard, at Fairneld, Chevy Lhase roud;
desigiuful and hitthec point In D C; terms
reasonable; apply on premises. W. W.
LITIUA SPRlXGa RESORT One of tho
most ncaith-giving waters known in the
World. Beautirul scenery. Excelleut ta
ble; ijoauug, hunting, fishing, horseback rid
ing, driving, it Water almost sure euro
Tor all kidney troubles, dyspepsia and ner
vousness. Quarter mile rrom city. Teima
20, 25 and $30 per month Special
rates to ramihes. Address PROPRIETOR
LtTiUA JsPRiNUB, Faniiville, Va.
SEND 25 cents addressed MUSIC, Times
Ofiice, and receive by mall the follow
ing sheet music, vocal. "For Thee Alone,"
"Some Day You'll Remember:" instru
mental, 'vanity fair Waltz,'" Nevada
March," "Alive Gavotte." au7-3t,em
INTERIOR DECORATING IS AN ART
We are. artists; let us estimate the cost
on ttie work you require; our low prices
are au inducement that's Well nim Ir
resistible; rooms papered in best style, $2
uo. F. G. NOLl'E, bio 9th St.: no branch,
au 1 -tt
It, now located at 923 F at. Sohuier
Piano Agency. J3'22-19t
heads, 75c. 807 9th nw. jy31-14t-em
ROUGH DRY LAUNDRY- 5 cents per lb -
btiictly hand work. 1533 14tn st- nw.
We propose through this medium to obviato
at the homes or our patroas the unwelcome
wash day; we use only the purest soapsand
filtered water; drop postal; we will call for
and deliver. Each person's wash done
separately. Jyl 5-lmo
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
1'rlntlng 500 cards, 75c; 500 envelopes,
75c.; 500 note heads, 75c; 500 state
ments, 75c; binding mngal.tes, 50o.-,
miscellaneous books rebound. u. jj.
WILLIAMS, G15 7tn st. nw. teO-tr
I WONDER who payB tho highest prices
for gears' cast-orf clothing; drop pustaL
jAUL BROS., 923 D st.nw. myl5-3mo
AT THE Business Office of Tho Tiroes
you vtU find Window Cards of all de
scilptlons "Table Hoard," "Furnished 01
Unfurnisned Rooms, ""Unfurnished Rooms,"
"Furnished Rooms, With or Without
Board, ' "Furnished Rcoms, With Board,"
"Furnished Rooms." Five cents is tht
price o f each card. ap21-tf
FURNITURE moved; largest 2-horso load,
i2.50; 1-horse loads, $1.25; pianos, $2:
furniture packed and shipped; experienced
men only; storage. COLUMBIA TRANS
FER CO., 323 4 1-2 at. nw. -I'none xuuo
LOST Return the small skye terrier pup
found at llth and T sts., Friday morn
ing, to 1917 Vt. ave.. and be "well re
warded. t lc
LOST Pocketbook, containing $27, near
Government Printing Office. Liberal
reward if returned to 739 N. Cap. st.
LOST-On 7th st. nw., a necklace and
iuukci.; u uutuui rewuru 11 remrneu TO
u5 btn st. nw. at 3-3t-em
LOST Bet. pavilion or on, steamer Pentz
at River View, Wednesday, Aug. 4, a
boy's dark-blue sergercoat: a reward will
be given If left at MRS. ONLE Y'S, 234 9th
st. se. "' au6-3t-em
FOR RENT-The Rollins, 21st and L nw.,
10; large swre ana riac. A.ppiy uuas.
C. PRESCOTT, 508 l'lth rlw. au7-3t-em
FOR PALE AND nENT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN.
THOMAS E. WAGG AiLVN , 917 F BT. NW.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
lOaiiGjn stnw,8 rms $35 00
12U1 lltii stuw, 7rins 25 G5
43 2dstse, o rniB 25 00
oiy h stnw, 7 rms 25 50
1831 vtavenw,7rms 23 00
032 and 634 D stse.G rms Id 35
011 l, stnw, D rms IG50
927 4th stne, G rms 1650
2J047th stnw, Onus 12 00
335 0stsw,5rms 9 30
ui wi STORES, OFFICES, &c. nn
btable rear 1314 Mass avenw.... $125 00
store G2G Laavenw 115 00
Stable rear 334 u Htuw 50 00
Wurehouse913AIdavesw..... 35 00
Hail.thirdfloor, 419 lOthsttiw.... 35 00
Store and dw, 1520 7th st mv.... 35 00
stabIercarG23 Wstnw 20 00
Stable and shop rear 1417 Kst nw. 16 00
btore and dwir, 500 Rstnw 25 00
ouuoth stnw, room 10 18 00
liMMl'KONbLW'KOPEKTY FOR SALE.
wo vutrey xieiglltS w
LotsUerwyn Heights G0
Eots ii.eiisington Heights 500
Eots L'harltou iielghts 250
Lots 3d st.bet K uud L ne 950
Lots M st.betl-2 andlststssw 800
Lots Cleveland Heights 32 1-2
Lots Cleveland Heights 30
Lots Fmrview, ivy City 25
Lots Va av, bet 27th & 28th st3.. .GO
Lots Sllgo, .Ma 02
Lots, Takoma Park 09
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
909 and 911 11th stnw.f h,7 in.s.$12,500
914 B st sw, b h, 9 in.8 1"'00?
917 8th stnw, b h, G rms 8,000
Cottage Wesley Heights, 9 rms.... 7,500
G12 Q st nw, b h, 7 mis 7,000
1520 O st nw. b h, 7 mis G,200
HOG 2lststnw(t h, 5 rms 6,150
1940 llth stnw.b h, 8 rms 5,500
82 L st nw, b h, G ims 3,500
333b and 3340 T st nw.f h(both).. 2,600
1G03 19th stnw, b 11, 6 rms 4,270
59 Fla ave nw, b h, 7 rms 5,000
SLoie and dwg, 13th it, bet E and
F, 7 una 5,600
31G 1-2 uud318 I stse.b h, 4 ims 2,400
3G1 O st sw, b h, G 11118 2,000
1112 K st sc.f h, 5 ims 3,500
The above Is only a portion of the prop
erty on my books. For full list call at
office for bulletin issued on the 1st and
15th. THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN,
917 F street northwest.
FOR SALE OR KENT.
5-ioom cosy fr h, E and 9th sts se.. 51,500
5-room cosybr h.Cand 12th btsse.. $1,050
6-ioom cosy br h, N and lststs be. .$1,000
S-room br house, N. J. ave se $1,200
6-room modern brick, 7th st.se $2,100
6-room modern brick, I stne $2,100
JOHN F. DONOHOE,
au9-3t 308 East Capitol st.
FOR RENT -1204 and 120G 2d.orCurby,
bt. nw.; 5 rooms and cellar; newly pa
pered and painted: rent $13, including
water rent. Apply 208 F st. nw. au8-3c
FOR KENT HOUSES.
b'OR RENT Reduced to $35 until October
1; these houses have a. in. I., and for
merly rented ror from $40 to $60; after
October 1, No. 1708 L st. nw., 12 rooms
and 2 bath rooms, will be $40 53
ro. 20J0 G st. nw., 13 rooms 40 G7
No. 4b I st. nw., 10 rooms 37 50
A. S. CA1 WOOD, 933 9th st.nw.
FOR RENT-509 Sth st.eT7rooms: large
yard; $14. EUGENE ARNOLD , 4 58 La.
ave. , au7-6 t-em
FOR RENT 432 and 440 Q street nw..
House open; G rooms; hall, range, bath,
gas, new papering; back building; park
ing; large back yard; arranged for two
ramilies; improvements finished; $20
Morfolk & "yyashington
Every day in the year Tor F -rtrcs
Monroe. Norfolk, Newport News antl
all points South by the superb, pow-
erfui steel palaco steamers "New-
port News," "Norfolk" and "Wah-
lngton," on the following schedule:
Lv.V; asln'gtoii :3 pu.
Lv. Alexandria: 0 pu
Ar. Ft- Monroe C:T0 an
Ar. Norfolk....":0 a:i
Ar. Portsui'tli.. Srf.0 an
Lv. Portsm'th . ;jOpia
Lv. Norrolk... b: Opia
Lv. F. Monroe 7:) pm
Ar. Alexandria IHO am
vr. Washi'ston Gi3 am
Visitors to Chamberltn s now hotel.
"Thu Hygela," nnd Virginia Ueaca
will find thi3 the most attractive
route, insuring a comfortable night 1
Largo nnd luxurious rooms heated
by steam nnd fitted throughout wlta
electric lights. Dining room service la
1 la carte, and is supplied from the
best that the markets of Washington
ami Norfolk urrord.
Tickets on sale at U 8. Expes)
office, 817 Pennsylvania avenue; 513,
619, 1421 Pennsylvania nvenne; B.
& O. ticket office, comer 15th s'jeet
and New York avenue, and on board
steamers, wheretime table, map, etc
can also be had.
Any other information desired win
be furnished oc application to the un-
Cersigncd at the conmany's wharf,
foot of 7th st.. Washington. D. O.
Telephone No. 750.
JNO CALLAHAN, General Manager.
FOR KENT FLATS.
t'LA'l of 4 unfur. rooms on 2d floor, with
bath and gas; $12.50. Cor. 7th and
Mass. ave. ne. au8-3t
FOR RENT The Rollins, 21st and L nw.;
$15; fiat of 4 rooms; light and nicely .'co-
ratcd. Apply CHARLES C. PRESCOTT,
508 llth st. au7-3t-em
FOR RENT -Flat, 5 rooms, bath, pantry,
2 closets, rear porch, steam heat, and hot
water; rur. Apply at the BELMONT
DAIRY, 201G 14th St. uuG-3tcm
FOR RENT-3-room flat, cheap; brick;
with all conveniences; rent, 8 per mouth;
in rear or 222 G nw., where apply.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.-
FOR SALE-Dlamond ring: cost $65; will
sell for $25. Address DIAMOND, this
FOR SALE Several good bargains In
sccoiid-nand upright pianos; sheet music,
3 pieces for 20 c; popular music, at popular
prices. SHOEMAKER'S, 422 9th st. nw.
TO BUILDERS -For Sale-A lot of Ham
melstowii brown stone, ready tor the
wall, very cheap. Address BUILDER, this
FOR SALE-Monday, Aug. 9, 1SB7, 4
showcases, cnairs, tables, refrigerator,
candy jars, Ice cream dishes, Indian, etc.,
and remaining slock cf a cigar and con
fectionery store. Call at 433 1 1-2 st.sw.
FOR SALE Contents or 6-room Hat; oak
bedroom suit, $8; walnut bedioom suit,
$8 and $12, six handsome oakdmmgchairs,
mirror front oak loldmg bed, $20; solid
cherry folding bed, $11; mantel bed, $3;
oak extension table, $3.50; cherry table,
$2.50; portable jearbonized Avardrobe.oak,
SU; largo show case and counter, cueap;
handf-omc French mirror, water cooler,
stver pitcher, linen portieres, Fowler
springs, $1.50; wire spring, $1; odd rock
era. 1721 Pa. ave. nw. au7-3t.em
FOR SALE Large show case, cheap.
2153 Pa.avo. au7-3t,em
FOR SALE Oak bedroom suit, complete:
chairs, rockers, pictures and portieres.
1218 G st. nw., upstairs. an7-3i,em
FOR SALE St. Bernard pup; 8-months i!uT
traiued; used to children. 1721 Penn.
ave. nw. au7-3t
FOR SALE Youngs' best butter, 25 cents,
or 5 pounds ror $1; and you know the
quality cannot be equaled ju Washington.
It. B. YOUNGS, 76 and 77 O st. Market'
or 69 Riggs Market. Postal orders
promptly iilled. au7-3t
FOR SALE Young Cubau aud Mexican par
rots, monkeys, sold fishes, doirs. mirenns.
canaries, incubators, spratts aud Austin's
dog bread: send for catalogue. SCHMID'S
BIRD STORE, 712 12th st. nw. au4-tf
FOR SALE 12-horse power engine in
perfect order. Apply 5 K st. ne. au4-6t
.run dawi-iwo young, iresn Jersey
cows, with calves. Dr. UZARRA'S farm,
Hyattsville, or 619 Pa. ave. nw.; upstairs.
FOR SALE Fresh cows; always on hand;
would also exchange for dry cows. JNO.
DENEKAS, 3510 BrightWcod avenue.
FOE BALE Cuban poodles, black and
tans, pugs, fox terriers, spaniel pup
pies; also young Cuban parrots and cauar
es, etc. SCHMID'S BIRD STORE, 712
12th st. nw. Je2-tf-em
FOR SALE TWO FIRST-CLA88 WHlT-
Uer bollcra, 100 horsepower eaob, in ex-
ccnenc condition, with a 100 horse-
f lower Atlas engine; for sale cheap
r removed soon. Apply to STILSUN
HUTCHINS.Hutchlns Building, where boil
ers ana engine can be seen. 3y2-tt
Schedule in effect June 5. 18B7.
Leave Washington rrom station corner of
riew jursey avenue and 0 at.
For Chicago and Northwest, Vcstlbuled
Limited trains, 10.00, 11.45 a. m., 8:05
For Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapo
lis, Express, 11.45 a. m. Yestibuled Lim
ited, 3:40 p. m., express 11:30 p. ra.
For Plttsourg and Cleveluud, expres
daily 10:00 am and 8:50 p. in.
For Columbus, Toledo uud Detroit, 11:80
For Winchester and wayBtatlons, ab-.OO,
nll:45 a. m., u5:30 p.m.
For New Orleans. Memphis, Birmingham.
Chattanooga, KuoxvlUe, Bristol and Roan
oke, 11:20 p. m. dally; Sleeping t-'ars
For Euray, 3:40 p- n dally.
For Baltimore, WeuK-uays, 500, 6:30,
X7.05, X7.1.0, X7.30, X8:00, 8.30, x9:S0,
xlO:00, xl2:00 a- m., xl2;05. 12:10,
Xl2:40, X3.00, 3.20, X4:30, 4.35, X5:05,
X5-10, x5:30, xG:20. U;30, X800, 8.15,
x9:20, 11:15, xll.50 p. m., aud 12:01
rilgnt. Sundays, x7.05, x7.10,xT.30, 8:30.
X9.00 a. m., X12.05, X12.40, L-.'JO, X3:00,
3:20, 4:35, x5:05, x5:10, G.30, X8.00,
xb.20, 11 J5, xll:ho p. m.,xl2:01 night.
For Aunapolls, 7.10 and b.30 a.m., 12.10
aud 4.20 p. m. Sundays, b.30 u.ni., 4.33
For Frederick, week days, .oo a. m.,
11.45, 4.30, 5.30 p. m. 8unday, 9.00
u. iu., 1. 10 p. m.
For Hagerstowu, alO 00 a. ni.anda5.30
For Boyd and way iioinw, week days.
b.00 a.m., 4 30,G.ao, 7.05p.m. Sunday,
0.00 a. in., 1.15, 7.05 o Jn
For Gaithersburg and Way polnta, week
days, S.00, 9.00 a. m., 12.50, 3.00", 4.30;
4.33, 5.30, 5.35, 7.05, 11.40 p. in. Sun
days, 9.00 a. m.. 1.15, 4.33, 7.06", 10.13
For Washington Junction and way points,
8.00 a. 111., 4.30, 5.30 p. 11:., week days,
9.00 a. nt., 1.15 p. m., Sundays.
For Bay Ridge, week days, 9.15 a. m
aad 4.30 p. m. Sundays, 9 35 a.m., 1.30
and 3.15 p. in.
Royal DJiiu Liuc lor .New XorK and
All trains UluiGluated with Plntsch light.
For Phllade)phi:'New York, Boston and
luja .taut, rt-..ek days. 7.05, 8.00, IO.OO a.
m., 12.00, (12.40 Dining Cars), 3.90,
15.05 Dining Cur), (15;.ol night, bleeping
car. open at 10.00 o'clock). Sundays, iM
9.00 a. in., (12.40 Dining Cars). 3.00,
(5.05 Dining Car), 12.01 night, bleeping
car, open lo.OO o'clock. Additional trains
for l'bUddcJphia, Week days, dally, 0.00
Bufret Parlor Cars on all day trains.
iror Atlantic City, 7.05, IO.OO a.m.,
12.OU noon, 12.40 and 3.00 p.m., wee.
auvs, 12.40 p.m., Sundays.
For Capo May, 12 noon.
aExceut Sunday. xExpress train-.
Baggage called for and checked from
hotels and residences by Union Transfer
Co., on orders lert at ticket offices, 619
Pennsylvania avenue northwest. New lor
avenue and Fifteenth btrect.and atDepot.
WM. M. GREENE, D. B. MARTIN.
Gen. Manager. Mgr. Pas3.Trafflc.
hlmuTbeTead doily, as changes may oc
cur at any time.
FOREIGN MxVlLS for the week ending
August 14 ciose promptly at this- office
TUESDAX-(b) At 9:20 p. 111., for
Europc.per s.s.St. Louis', irom New York,
via boutnampton. (C) At lo:55 p. m.. ror
Eiiiope.per s.s.uermauiC.fromNew lork,
via ciucenstown. (c) At lo:55 p. in., lor
Oeisiuiii direct, per s. s. Ken&mgiuu. irom
Nuw iork. via Antwerp. Letters must be
directed "Per Kensington.
iiciuxti ibi Au y.20 p. m. ror i ranee,
tfwiiienaua. Italy, pam, 1'ortusal, iur
kev, Egypt and Lrltlsh India, per s. s. La
Nbrmanaie," rrom New York, via Havre.
L.eki.ets ior otner puru or turope must Le
directed "Per La NoriuaucUe." (ci At
ni:Fr, n. m. Tor Netherlands direct, per s. s.
Obdam, from New lork, via Hoiterdam.-
Leuers muse oe airecieu rur uuuum.
to At 10:55 p. m ror Genoa, per s. s.
Wcrra, from New York. Lotters must bo
directed "Per Werra." lei At 10:55 p.
111. ror Scotland direct, per a. s. Anchorla,
rrouiNew lork, via Glasgow. Letters must
be directed "Per Anchona." (O At 10:55
p. m. ror Norway direct, per e. s. Hekla,
rrom New lork. Letters must be directed
"Per Hekla," to At 10:55 p. m. Tor Eu
rope, per s. s. Etruna," rrom New York, via
Printed matter, etc. German steamers
sailing from New York 011 Tuesdays take
printed matter, etc., for Germany and
specially addressed printed matter, etc.,
ror other parts of Europe.
The American and White Star steamers
sailing from New York on Wednesdays, thr
German steamers on Thursdays and the
L'unard, French and German steamers oi.
Suturduys take printed matter, etc., for all
countries for which they are advertised to
Aiuibs tor isoittn nnd Central Amer
lcn, est Indies, &c.
TUESDAY-(a) At 3:20 p. m. for Ja
maica, per bteamer from Boston, (c) At
10:05 p. m. ror Costa Rica, per steamer
from New Orleans. (oAt in. 55 p. in. Tor
Newfoundland, per s. s. Portia, from New
York, (c) At 10:55 p. m. for Santiago de
Culia, per s- s.Cienruegos, rrom New iork.
Letters must be directed "Per Clenfue
KOS." (o At 10:35 p. 111. for Nassau. N. P.,
per s. s. Antilia, from New York. Letters
must be directed "Per Antilia,"
WEDNESDAY-(c) At 10:55 p. m., Tor
Port Antonio, per steamer from Phila
delphia, (c) At 10 55 p. m., for Bermuda,
per s. s. Madiaua, from New York, (c) At
10:55 p.m., for Nassau, N.P. andSantiugo
oe uuoa, per s.s. oantiaRo.tromNewXork.
FRIDAY (d) At 0:25 a. m., for Porto
Rico direct, per s. . Arkadla, rrom New
York. (O At 10:55 p on., for Fortune
IMand, Jamaica and Savamlla, per s. s.
Alune, from New York. Letters lor Costa
Rica must be directed "Per Alene." (c)
At 10:55 p. m., for Haiti, via Port Au
Prince, Petit Ooave and Jeremle; aNo Car-
ler s. s.. feeguranca, rrom New York.
.Letters for otner parts of Mexico must be
directed "Fer Seguranca.'' c) At 10:55
p. m.. for Venezuela and Curacao: also
Savamlla and Carthagena. via Curacao;
per s. s. Venezuela, from New York.
SATUKDAY (b) At 0:20 p. ni., for
North Brazil, per s. s. Lisbonense from
New York, via Para, Maranbam and
Mails for Newfoundland, by rail to
lUlirax and thence via steamer, closuhere
daily, except Sundays, at 1:05 p. m.;
and on Sundays only at 11:35 a. m. (dl
Mails for MKpielon, by rail toRostou and
thence via steamer, close here dally at
3.20 p. m. taj
Mails ror Cuba (except those Tor Santi
ago de Cuba, which will be forwarded via
steamer sailing rrom New lork up to and
including the 10.55 p. m. closing Wednes
duy), close here daily at 3 p. m. Tor for
warding via steamers sailing Mondays and
Thursdays from Port Tampa. Fla.(e)
Mails ror Mexico, overland (except those
ror campeche, Chiapas, Tabasco and Yu
catan, wnicu, alter tne Wednesday over
land close, will be forwarded via New
Yoik up to and including the 10:55 p. m.
cloMiig Friday), close here daily at 7:10
a. m. (d)
Malls for China and Japan, per s. 3.
lielgtc, from San Francisco, close here
dally up to G.30 p. m., August S.(d)
Malls for China and Japan, per s. s
Olympic, from Tacoiua, close hero dally
up to G:30 p. 111. August S.(d)
Malls ror Australia (except those for
West Australia, which will be forwarded
via Europe), New Zealand, Uuwall, Fiji,
aud Samoan Ifclands, per s. s. AlemeUa,
rrom San Francisco, close here daily up
0:30 p. in. August I4.(d)
' Mails ror China and Japan (specially ad
dressed only), per s. s. Empress or Japan,
rrom ancouvor, close here daily up to
G:30 p. in., August lG.dj
Mans ror the society islands, per ship
Galilee, rrom San .Francisco, close here
daily up to o:30 p. 111., August 23.td)
Mails for Hawaii, per s. s. Australia,
fiom San Francisco, cicv-e here dally uo to
0:30 p. m September uu)
Mails for Australia (except West Aus
tralia), Hawaii and Fiji Islnds, per s. s.
Aorungi, rrom ancouvor, close here dally
arter August 14, up to 0:30 p. m., Septem
iKARbi'AClFiC MAILS are forwar.lcd
to the ports or sailing daily, and the
schedulu or closings is arranged on the
presumption or their uninterrupted over
(a) Registered mail closes at 10 a. m.
(b) Registered mall closes at 1 p, ju.
(c) Registered mall closes at G p. m.
(d) Registered mail crbses at G p. m.
(e) Registered mail closes at 1 p. m.
Tuesdays and Saturdavs.
FOR SAXE LOTS.
FoirSALE Wlif sacrifice 2 or "the "'best
located lots In St. Elmo at less than one
hair value. SACRIFICE, tills office.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE oTaTRAXiE-O acres filmland
4 miles from city; 5-room house and barn;
young orchard; good water; $2,000; part
cash. Addresa VIRGINIA, this office.
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From StatIoD,.13 1-2 St. fc Iiw Ave.
la errect iLy a. 1897. '
For Alexandria iweek daysi.o. 30. 7:05,
??. ex.; 8.00 8:?9. ex.: 9:00. B:50.
I0;05,ex.; ll.ou. li:4o. a la 12:i)5.ex
ls..iU. 1:10, 1.-45, 2:06. ex.; 2:40. ;-KOU.
ex.; d.ao, 4:00, ex . 4.15, ex; 4:45. 5:03,
?. .. e,x ; a'A0 95, ex . G.25. 7:00, 8;00,
:00, io:oo. 11:20, 11 :r.u d. m.
.. ,,,r ,A1exaudrla tsunday oniyr. 8.00.
0:00. io;oo, 1030, 1100. 11.30. a. m.
.".., '..Uoon- 12:30.1:00. 1:30. 2:00, 2:20.
?:vH,::.10 4:0y- 4-:,b. 5:ii0. 5-30. C:00.
S " Luu s "- 9 Ot. 10-00. U2'l p m.
? fir ?ays. 6:30. 10:05, 11:00 a. ra-
K.Vf , t1" a:u5- a - 4-''- "lo P- tn-
f.or V.rVe ana Riverside. 7. 8 p. in.
c,.r. A,ount Vernon and Way Station.
1 rHn.aay ouly)' 0:0. H:99 a. m., 2:00,
n.uo p. m
, ,A"liiiStoti r.n'l Annednct Bridge
(week daya).B:00. S.30. 0:00 10:05. 11:00.
nf. a;ra- 12'5. 12:20, 1:15, 2:05. 2:40.
v-HK' t:V- 4:UO- 4:io- 5.20. G.U5. e:23.
.oo, a:00 p. m.
,0,,Arll"gton ond Aqueduct Brldg
i i wma? ,.my. b-uo. 11:00. 10:00 10-30.
1 u,lJiVi0,a- ra- la: hoon. 12:30.
1 V?0' 2:0U :J:B. U:9. 3UJ0. 4:00.
4 JO, B.OO. 5:30. G.00. G:30. 7:00, 8.00
HaggagD checked rreo for passengers
holding rirst-class tickeU at Station. Bi
cycles, ao cents each.
oXATION CORNER OS" SIXTH AND M
.., , aTREETS.
Bin.al..weeK daya-PITTSRiTRG EI
i parlor aud Dining Cars. Harru
burg to Plttcburg.
..,?- U- -M'SYLV.YNIA IUMITED
r7i;J!;U"?,a ble-'Ping. Dining. Smokmc and
Observation Caw, UarrisoTtrg to rj.ago,
Jv,n?,mua"l .Indianapolis, St. Louis, Cleve-IlarriaburoIea-
IJurreC 1,urtor Car w
1(T'hV V-'-ABT LINE-Pullman Buffe
car 11 ai Jo HarrisbiirK- Bufret Parlor
ixnipw.41' SHAUO ANL ST. L0UI3
express - bleeping Car Waabington
rnrwSiLoJ?1l' aua Sleeping and Drnini;
fa,ri,blS to st- . NasbvuH
- i.ia..UIn.t'lQnaC1 and Chicago.
' . 31- w'ES'l LRN EXPRESS -Pnll-
S!w? y-'PlhS Car to Pittsburg, Chicago,
aua Harnsourg to Cleveland. DlnTng
tar to Chicago.
P.iii M- fatCTHWESTERN EXPRESS
M,r,m,"naa sleep-nK Care Washington to
Jt'iWekurg and Harriaburg to St. Loubl
and Cincinnati, -Dlnlc Car.
H.40 1. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS PuU-
- m,?"i b.leePn Car to Piitaburg.
' SJl . r. ne. Canandalgxia, Roche-
sii da" i,laara all3 daily, excepl
10:50 a. ra.for iOmira and Renovo. daUy,
except, Sundays. For YiIliamsport, dally.
3.40 p. m. 4
7:xiUii' ',"-ror WUIlamsport Ro "iter, Erie.
Barralp and Niagara Fans Catiy, except
Stttnrday. with Sleeping Car Washington
1(VJ5,.P-Ul- for Erie and Elmlra. daUy:
ror Lauandaigua. Rochester, Buffalo and
Niagara Falls, Saturday nlgntson! v. Pull
man aleepingCar Washington to Rochea-
Vvr i'Uliudeipnia,. .cw York and
-?,H..P-..m- "CONGRESSIONAL LIM-
11 ED, uaUy, all Parlor Cars, with Dla-
o -" "uuj iiiuiiiuore. i;eKuiarai 1:00
(Dining Car), S do, 900, 11:00 (Dining
. .i,?"A'" "iiaunsiooi a m..i:a,a.io.
&V?' G:oJ 1:00 and 11.33 p. in. For
Philadelphia only. Fast Express. 7:50 a.
m. weekilaya Exprcs3,12:l5p m.weelc
days. 2 01 and 5 40 p. m. dally. Fox
Boston, without cnange. 7 30 a.m. wee's
days, and 4.20 p. m. dally.
Saratoga Express 1 Parlor Car), 0.00 a.m.
For Baltimore. 6.25, 7.00, 7.50. H.00.
12 45. 12.60.2.01. 3.15,3.40,(4.00 Lim
ited! 4.20, 4 36, 5.40, 6.15. 6.50, 7J.0,
1000, 10.40, 11.15, aud 11.35 p. m.
On Sunday, 7 00.8 00, 9.00 9.05.10.50,
11.00 a. ra.. 12.15. 1.15, 2.01, 3.13. 3:40.
(4.00 Limited), 4.20, 5.40. G.15. 6.50,
7.10, 10.00, 10.40, and 11.35 p. m.
ror lone'Ki:rlr l.tni. 1 Ri tf, aniu rtn
11. in. daily, except Sunday. Sunday
0 Oo a m.
For Annapolis, 7.00, 9.00 a. in., 12.13
and 4 20 p. m. daily, except Sunday.
SundayB. 9.00 a. m.and 4.20 p.m.
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Florida
and points on Atlantic Coast Line, 4.30
a nty 3.4G p. m. dally; Richmond only.
10.5 1 a. m. week-days; Atlanta Special,
via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line.
4.40 p. m. daily. Accommodation for
Quantico. 7.45 a. m. daily, and 4.25
p m. week-days.
For Atlantic Uty cv:a Delaware River
Bridge, all-rall route), 11.00 a. m., 3.15
and 11 35 p. m. dailj; via Market strees
wharr, U 00 a. m. (Saturdv3 onlyi,
10.00, 11.00 a.m., and 12 45 p m. week
days. 1 1.35 p. m. dally. Sundays only,
For Cape May. 10 00. 11.00 a.m.. 12.45
p. m. week days. 11.33 p. m. dally.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and O
streets, and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left for tin
checking of baggage to destination from
hotels and residence
J. B. HUTCHINSON, General Manager.
J. R WOOD. C-eneral Passenger Agens.
Schedule in effect July 4. 1SU7.I
A ll trams arrive and leave Pennsylvania
S;12 a.m. Dolly, local for DanviUe, Char
lotte and way stations, connects as Manas
sas ror Strasburg, Harrison bur jr. and
Staunton, daily, except Sunday, and as
Lymuiburg with the Norfolk and western,
daily, and witn the Chesapeake and Ohio,
daliy. for the Natural Bridge and Lex
ington, 11:15 a. m. Daily.tne UNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman bufret
sleepers, New ilork and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with
Pullman Sleeper for Asbeville and Hot
Springs, N. C, Knoxville, Chattanooga and
Nashville, Tenn., andat Charlotte with Pull
man Sleeper for Augusta. Pullman Burfet
Sleeper New York to New Orleans, connect
ing at Atlanta Tor Birmingham and Mem
phis. Solid train. Washington to New
Orleans without change. Sunset personally
conducted tourist excursion through sleeper
on this tralnevery Wednesday to San Fran
cisco, without change.
4.01 p. m. Local for Front Royal, dtra
burg aud Harrisonburg, with connection ror
Staunton, daUy, except Sunday.
4.51 p. m. Daily, local for Charlottea
Yillo. 10:43 p. m. DaUy, WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN, VESTIBULED. LIM
ITED, composed of Pullman Yestibuled
sleepers, dining cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New York to Nash
ville, Tenn., via Ashevltle, Knoxvilla
and Chattanooga. New York to Tampa,
via Charlotte. Columbia.. Savannah and
Jacksonville; New iork to Memphis, via
eru Kail way dining car, Greensboro to
TRAINS ON WASHINGTON .iND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington 3:01 a. m.
dally, 1:00 p. m. and 445 p. in. dally, ex
cept Sunday, and G.25 p. m. Sunday only
for Rcund U111.4:32 p. m. daily, except Sun
day ror Leeaburg, uud U.!i5 p. in. dolly Tor
Hernoon. Returning, arrive at Washing
ton 8 2G a. m. and e.40 p. m. dally, and
3:00 p. in- daily, except Sunday, from
Round Hill, and 7:06 a. m. daily, except
Sunday, from Herudon, and S:54 a. m.
dady, except Suuday, rrom Leeaburg.
'inrough trains rrom the South arrive at
Waabington 6:42 a m.. 3.20 p. m. and
9:25 p. m. dally. Harrisonburg, 12.40 p.
m. aud 9:25 p n. dady, except Sunday,
and fct:30 a. m. da.ly from Charlottesville.
Tickets, bleeping tar reservation and in
formation rurutsiod at offices, 511 and
1300 I'ennavlvai-.a avenue, and at Penn
sylvania Raiboad Passenger Station.
w. 11. uiiE, uen. yupt.
J. ai. ULLf, irnrtlc ilannger.
. A. X c HJ., Geu. fass. Agent.
L. S. DROWN, Geo. A;t. Puss. Depu
RCOMS AND HO AHB.
EXCELLENT table boanl In private Tam-
lly: S3 per week. S02 llth st.nw.
wanted One or two gentlemen to room
una ooard on 11 st. ne., near Gth st.;
convenient to G. P. O.; reasonable ratod.
Address G. 1". O., tms ofrice. au-3t
FOR HIRE -Tv.-oorthreehoursdaily,hore.
buggy a-nrt driver, $14 per month.
.CHaCE, this office. aLf-3t
SOU. HIRE To drummers and buslneM
men, horse hnd buggy or Dayton, $J
per day, and special prices for pleasura
driving. Applv to the REX STABLES,
leur U15 bt. tm : tclcphoua call. 109.
ap30-M ' 1
FOR SALE TIORSICS vt VEHICLES.
WANTED -fiieuse Vth o tse and "buggy
or dayton, ror their keep; or win buy if
low enough. Address J . A. P., this onlcc
FORSALE:A"fine dayton; perfect order;
curtains and top; $30. Apply, Gl N.
Y. ave. au7-3t,em
FOR SALE 2 wagons, 2 buggies. 2 sur
riea , 1 trap, 6 sleighs; also 2 cneap horses;
these goods are left to bo sold: nothing la
reason refused. 927 D St., next Merchant'
Parcel Delivery Co jy29-tf,em
ming can. a:uo, u.oo, 10:00 (Dining
tar), and 11.00 (Dining Car from Y.'U
?iiagton) a. in.. 12 45, 3-15, 4:20, 6:50.
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