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THE HOKBIQnOS, SATtfRDAY, AUGUST 14, IS9T.
atONEY WAXTED AM) TO LOAN".
LOANS from $5 to $30 to reliable parlies:
also jnonej advanced ou bicycles. Room
8, Ceoirui uaig.cor. yth andxa. ave.nw.
aul 27 1
WANTED -Te borrow $65 for 60 dayb'.will
bcoure Ute saw by chattel mortgage, will
pay weH for the aocoiumtxlatMa. Address
PROMPT. U s office aul2-3t
A NEW PLAN.
10 TO'Sl.OOOTO LOAN
OX HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS,
HORSES, CARRIAGES. ETC.,
Without icaiovalfrom possession of owner
You caa -have the money the day you
apply jwi it payments on tne principal,
of any juun jnt . will be received at an y time,
whlck "win leisea cost of loan.
MOST DESIRABLE TERMS.
No cost to you if loan is not made.
1'ioBM call frr furtlier Information.
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO..
aull-tf-eai C02 Fst-nw.
H. K F'ULTON'Sloan office, 1218 Pa. ave.
nw.-mouey loaned on waicles, tlluiwiuds,
Jewelry, sHrerware, etc nplO-Gm
LOANto UiDL ON APPROVED COLLAT
eral. sucn as lire policies, stocks. Lends,
budding Association shares, syndicate cer
uricatoj,, etc No delay YERKES &
JiA-h-na. 1110 F bL lake elevator. tf
LOANS. MADE ON FURNITURE,
Loans made on Furniture. Pianos. Horses,
Wagons. tc at lowest rates and quickest
poible bints. Strictlj confidential. Please
call bcuire Fecuniig loans elsewhere.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
(HO F street northwest.
MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 upward, at 5
and 5 1-2 per cent on. D. C. real estate;
250, S6W0, etc., at 6 per cent; all
trauHiCfeo.'fc conducted witu economical
consJrfeniuja for borrowers.
WILLIAM H. SAUNDERS & CO.
uplG-if 1407 F St. uw.
HUMvi "io LOAN at 5 and G per cent;
etitmi y , rptU estate in Iiit-trictoJ- Colum
1Mb; no dflay beyond an impaction or prop
erty ttl wvaniisiuuon or title. WALTER
E. ACKKlt, 704 14tb it. nw. inh2b-tf
"WANTED Barber; steady Job
"WANTED -Experienced white waiter for
Ulnlriff-ro-Mii Call Saturday morning, 6.16
Pa. ave. nw. It
"WANTED -First-class barber atonce G13
15th . nw. it
n ajnTED -A canvasser on a new and
gTeiit bulling article; one with wagGU.
Tj-pewnter Headquarters and MauuLac
turor,' Agency, 13o7 F st. nw "Washing
ton. IK I . 1U.11K.L1 -Sc IiJLW LIT. Agents.
WANTED Fti e in surauce canvassers a pply
betfwtsea 10 and 11 a. .; NEWTON
NEWTO . Room 23. Su2 Fst nw. It
"WANTED Numerous boys to do light
wrtr. Apply 620 Est. nw. aul4-3t
WANTED A voung man with one ir
two years' eKpeneuCtf in drug store.
Apply 2200 P St. nw. It
WANTED Boy not tinder 1G years of age
te Ittara eigar making. Apply 239 4 1-2
st. sw. aul3-3t-em
VIA XTFD -Ceod white barber; at "noe.
34 Ii iZ ne- au!3-2t
"WANTED-A white boy to help around
sUr. muNt furnish rcf. Addre BOY',
"WANTED Bitde repairer, thoroughly m-deisdrjairlng-.ioug
hours, mi all pay,
rofs. required. Address b. S. J.. this ol rice.
aul 2 3t,em
NOTICE $100 reward for the arreat and
conviction of an j second-liand dealer who
ficlls second-Land fnrnltjre cheaper than
H. SAi'MAN. 1721 Pa, ave. nw. Furni
ture Lougut.bold. exchanged. repaired and
upholstered. Tiaitors welcome. aul2-3t.ern
"WANTED -Young men to learn barber
trade; l ight weks required, new
eystem. lndo d by leading barbers,
guaranteed capable ot working anywhere.
Job ruru-liei whntliroiiga, toolh donated
upon entering, write for free catalogue.
MOLER'S BARBER SCHOOL. 333 Uow
ery. New- York city. au!2-4t
HELP AVANTEO FEMALE.
"WANTED Young white girl, about 16, to
wait at table and help about house;
sman private lamily Apply 1758 S
st. nw. It
WANTED -White girl tc cook, wash and
lien; n ther work; must be neat 'iud
olngm ; prmttc family. Apply 1758 8
Bt. uw. au 14-2t
WANTED Respectable, neat girl; 14 or
15 yours old, lor light housework. 1303
G St. BW. It
"WANTEI' Two competent white women.
one to col,one ror general hou-ework.
Call bt-rwean 1 and5 p m.,111 lithht ae.
"WANTED In fire insurance office, lady
cerk to keep books, do typewriting and
general clerical worfcj salary -mouerate;
write oi piy between 11 and 12. NEW
TON . NLWTON, fc02 F St. aw. It
WANTED -A good girl for general work;
ta rets. Apply 1324 G st. nw. lt
WANTED For cooking and chamber;
ass! iu general housework: good wages.
1702 1-qtH.a. nw. it
WANTED Numerous girls to do light
work aroand their neighborhood. Apply
C2G E at. nw. au!4-3t
WAM'LD -Oood lady canvasser for an
4, 3l 1- bt. it
WAA"li.i-cive"Hlgh School graduates,
class of 'SVT, as correNPondents for u bi
iiMMtUMy orn.i. Auun-M . jKitisiONu
ErT. Ui office. It em
WANTED 2 ladies to pose on stage: must
be god form and figure. Room 4, G31
F st. lt-em
"WANTED White girl as nurse for one
child at 603 Q bt. nw. lt-em
WANTED Neat, respectable colored girl
lor general housework; stay at nights,
country one preferred. 124 11th st se.
"WANTED At once, colored girl to cook
and wash, for fanulj or 3, wages sS per
month; nice room and meals; family re
turns to city October or November. Ad
dress Box 74, Uaithersburg, Md. lt-em
WAM'JiU-Woman ror general housework
in small family; must stay at night. 1720
3d st ne., Eckington. au!3-3t
W4NTED- A white girl for general house
?erk 71ft 21ht nt. nw. au!3-3t
WAM'JLD -Girl, for light hctn-eworij;small
lamlly; Mngle; stay nights: prefer bright
color. Address PERMANENT HUME, tins
WANTED A good cook; no washing or
ironing. Mrs. LAMB, Drooklaud, D. C.
"WANTED Ten country gills for chamber
maids, general housev.orkers, cooks and
nurt-es; good wages, and bomes. 441 G
"WANTED -An accurate lady stenographer
and rapid Remington tspewriter, state
rate ot speed in each; general education,
mid wages required. Address MILO, this
AAN1LD Womati to do general houNe
woik. Call at once, 1131 20th st nw.
HELP WANTED MALE AND
"WANTED -A first class white cook; -ilso
t wlrtte loy 901 M st. nw. it
"TREY Ate the Best ot Their Neighbor's
Dinner-How Did They Get It?" Pastor
E. Uez Swem explains Sondav night; free
pews; Second Baptist Church, 4.tli st. and
Va. ave. so. it
WANTED -At City IntelUgence Office,
cooks, waiters, general houFeworkers.
porters, drivers, nurses, laundresses, ch.tro
bennaldfi, cleaners, fcojs, lalwrers, dlfh
washei-s: quickest place to get work
SHACJCLETQUD'S, 427 11th st. nw. It
"WANTED-Canvasser to sell the best sell
.v:ng.Jl0Ci,,0,ll specialty ever offered In
the city 445 G st. nw. au!2-3t
RELIABLJ c-ooks, chambermaids, nurses
ror sick and inrante, houekcepers, coach
men and waiters, with refs., rurnished free
of charge by MRS. MOORE, 30G aft" nw!
E.ELIABLE cookf, chambermaids, nurses
tor rtclc and infants, housekeepers, coach
men ana waiters, with refs, furnished
t rec of charge, by lift MO0RB7308 GstSw?
"WANTi:D Agents; ?20 to 525 a week sura
to workers, no capital aeededi new goodsr
sew plan, sells at sight; every family needa
It HOUSEHOLD SPEC. CO.. Box. 4"4
CtocinDatl, Ohio. my29-sat26t
FOR SALE BOPSEsT
FOR BALE-A great Bargain itiioid."at
once; -roorn house, K.e.; good home.
Apply to OWNER, tttfstffic. aul4-3t
SITUATIONS "WANTED 3IALF.
WANTED -By a Virginian, to attend
horre; or stable; nr any honest work.
AddressBOS: 92, this office. 1C
A QUIET, uiber man, good refs., wants n
piaiv asHoreroom man or iwrter, hutelor
store, city. 3(6 G st. nw. 1 1
WANTED Br intelligent young man sit
uation as stenographer and typewriter or
bojkkeeber. Address STEXUURAPnEit,
this office lt-eni
V.ANTfcJJ-By settled colored man, place
to work; tend liorse or any kind or
work around lton-e; Iwarding or private
farmlv in or cut of the city. Address
HEXRY. this office- uul3-3t
WANTED -A young man ot 20 will pay
to any one securing him Government
position paying S50 per month, 20 per
cent of salary each rncnth as long a he
keeps it. Address W. K. D , this olflce
WANTED -Employment at moderate sal
ary by a young mau of good habits; is an
experienced meat cntter and general
grocery clerk, has been in the business
about H years. Address SALARY, this
WANTED lirst-class cigannaker wants
position, willing to attend store. Address
G E., this office. aul2-3t
WANTED -Will give So for employment as
lircinau, drlvei, wor m groCer ttore,
good reference. Address J. W. S., 1G30
11th st. nw. atil2-3t
WANTED Place to drive milk, wagon;
highest refs F. SICKLES, Iso. 140 N.
1 ave- aull-3t-cm
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
AMhU-liy young ladr or education
and experience situation "in orflce; copy
ing, private corresiiondeuce, or other posi
tion of trust. Address J)14 lUh bt. ne.
WANTED-Situation by competent wo
man to cook, or general nousework,
chambermaid. 1702 1-2 10th tt. uw.
WANTED By white woman, a place to
cook, wash aad iron. Address L. M.,
this olfJce. aul-l-3 1
WANTED By a competent girl place as
cook or chambermaid; small family b21
23d st. nw. aul4-3t
AVANTED-By thoroughly competent white
woman, situation as first-cUbo cook; ca
pable or taking entiie cliar; good ref.
Please call at 42.1 lthst. nw. au!3-3t-em
WATi:D A place as chambermaid or
to assist with housework, by an ftonest
white girl. Address ANNIE, this office.
WA NTED Situation as housekeeper In
hotel, or wtdowei'sfamilv, or Iliien-room,
by young widow of experience. Call Box
245, this office. aul3-3t-em
WANTED- Young lady wishes to pose for
anart.st. MRS. E. ANDREWS, ueneral
Debvciy. Wasnington. D. C. aul3-.it
WANTED Hlgb soprano and alto to
s.ndy at hair rates, terms cash. FAMOUS
PROt caSOU. this office. aul2-3t
WANTED By colored woman, place to
cook or iron: or place to cleau by the
week; good reft. 010 27th st. nw.
FOR KENT -1102 N. Y. ave., large, cool
room; light housekeeping; S12. aul2-3t
WANTED -Ladies to canvass a novel busi
ness scheme; nothing to sell. Address
QUICK, this office. aul2-3t
WANTElT-To rentiT Remington type
w rlter. No 2, for 3 or 4 months; must
b cheap: responsible for same Address
W G GLTNN. Box 400, City. auJL3
WANTED-Would like to exchange fine
fllTl mlirit H YC 1 -. ll1 ftty l.,fli,'c iil
- , iiiui w j cuio vU lui ion; s uuu
geufs high grade bicycles. Address W.
B. V., this office. au!4-2t
WANTED A Fmall carpenter's bench
Address R. A. CARPEN'lER, this ortice.
BUI' your winter coal at the dump, 3d
and,K its. se,anl save money. L -T.
NOTICE -SlOO reward for the arrest and
conviction of any second-hand dealer who
sells second-nand furniture cltcaper than
II SAYMAN. 1721 Pa ave nw. Furni
ture bought, sold, exchanged, repaired and
upholstered. Visitors welcome. aul3-.5t
WANTED Store rixtures, highest cash
prices paid for all kinds; drop postal.
313 Pa ave. nw. aul3-3t
WANTED A man with 52C0 to put chase
an interest in a bai. legitimate busi
ness, full information given. Address
BOX 3. thu office. an!2-3t
WANTED l pair ot nice bay horses, har
ness and carriage; will trade an un
incumbered house or bricks for same. Ad-dress-
C. C this office. aul2-3t
WANTED- To buy" a good secon unhand
upright pano; wilt pay cash. Address
Box 84, Lincoln. Ta. aul I -1 t-cm
AVANTED Horses to graze on 'Auburn"
farm;" 1,500 acres, 30 miles lrom Wash
ington; $2 per mouth; greatest care taken
of horses; not responsible for accidents;
called for and delivered; best refs. S. A.
BUCKNER, Lunette P. 0.. Loudoun county,
Va. aul 1-3 1
"WANTED Would like some typewriting to
do at leisure time; good ref.; Remington
ma' bine. ACCURATE, this office.
aul 1-3 1
A PROFESSOR of dermatology will re
move superfluous growths of hair pain
lesslj .'d permanently in SO minutes ueat
u.ent ut tiie homes of patients. Address,
naming hour for treatment, immediate at-fct-ntion"
unquestioned ref.; moderate ch.irge.
PROFESSOR, this office. au-t
W A.MED September I, to rent a house
or 0 to in rooms; new one with all modern
improvements and stable preferred; lo
cated between 12th and 20th, Pa. ave.
and K sis nw.; rent not to exceed 5-40
per month; will lease Tor a term or years.
Address H. G.. this office. It
WANTED -To buy a smaH place in or
near the city, on Installment plan. Ad
dress J. B. INGLEDUE, 221 K st. ne,
WANTED-To rent house with large lot,
near city; convenient to cars; state par
ticulars Address E. G. M., tills office.
"WANTED FA RMS.
WANTED To rent, within or adjacent to
tne D. or c, small farm suitable for
dairy and trucking purposes, possession
wanted by Jan. 1, 1805. For further par
Ticnlarb address DAIRYMAN, Cabin John,
FOH SALE-HORSES & CARRIAGE.
WANTED A good driving horse; medium
size; between 5 and 8 years old; mubt be
cheap for cash: give price. Address DRIV-
ING HORSE, this office. item
FOR SALE 1 young buggy borse, 5 years
old, will sell at a sacrifice If taken at
once, price, $40. No. 1237 0 st. ne.
FOR SALE-Horse, tank wagon and har
ness, complete for oil business. CalLafter
6 p. mM 131G 11th st. nw. aul3-3t-em
FOR SALE Three horses; one good de
livery horse; two saddle, and drivers.
In rear of 612 G st- nw. aul2-3C
FOR SALE A Columbus buggy; good as
new; also a line set of light douole har
ness 1105 llth bt. nw. aull-3t-em
FOR SALE-A doctor's phaeton; nothing
finer made, no reasonable offer refused
also very stylish horse, suitable for couoe
or surrey. 1327 H st.nW. aull-3fc
FOR SALE 2 wagons, 2 buggies, 2 flur
ries, 1 trap, G sleighs; also 2 cheaphorses;
these goods are left to be sold: nothing In
reason refused. 927 D St., next Merchants'
Parcel Delivery Co Jy20-tf,em
FOR RENT OR LEASE.
FOR RENT OR LEASE-In Laurel, Md.,
cor- store. 10x48; good shelving and
counters; large cellar and electric lights.
Address C. W.BOND.Laurel, Md.
FOH EKNT STORE & DWELLING.
FOR SALE Two-stcry brick store and
dwelling; a. m. I.; good location, near
Columbia cars; brick stable; price, only
3,200; 2ofJ cash, and balance $20 tier
mouth. Address OWNER, L., this office.
lOR HIRE To drummers and business
men, horse and buggy or Dayton, $2 per
day, and special prices for pleasure driving.
Apply to the REX STABLES, rear GI5E
st. nw.: telephone call. 10U. an30-rf
S4 PER WEEK, for best country board;
ice, fruit, good milk ami butter; high, am!
dfy, wlta good ehade; 2 1-2 mile from
a?oa- Address Miss Lv S MOSLEY,
Gainesville, Va, aal43.
FOR RENT- ROOMS.
FOR KENT-Nicely furnished second story
front room and back parior;eorner house.
1101 II st. nw. It
FOR BENT Nicely fur pnrlor bedroom;
first floor; alsu two rooms; 56 and SI')
a month: gentlomeaonly-. 1233 N. 1. ave.
aul-l-3 1 -
FOR RENT Fur. front room. $5 per
month ,04 II st. nw. aul-t-3i
FOR RENT 515 L st. nw.; beautiful 2d
floor, south front, bay-window, commu
nicating rooms; smgle or en buite; hull
room, i5 per mouth. aul4-3t
FOR RENT Comfortable fur. rooms; op
posite Judiciary Squaie; ?8, $10 per
month; transients accommodated. 423
4th st. nw. uul4-3C
FOR RENT-Furnislied; two front rooms;
on parlor floor; together or separate;
terms reasonable. Apply 821 Oth st. uw.
FOR KENT-Two newly rur. communicat
ing 2d floor rooms, suitable Tor four
young men: at SG a month each. Call
oi uudrcss -j04 li:th st. nw. aul4-3t
FOR RENT 3 large, beautiful front rooms;
each suitable lor two gentlemen; fur
nished or unfurnished: at bummei prices;
fine location. 1 203 13th st. nw. 1 1
FOR RENT-Rooms, riirnished; large, cool
house;, from 4 to 10. 1121 1 st. nw.
FOR RENT-814 3d st nw.: 2 adjoining
front rooms on 2d rioor; nicely fur.; nil
'xmvenleuce? on same floor; light house
keeping if desired, near cars and depts ;
south and east exposure. aul3 3t
FOR RENT 1131 11th st. nw.; pleasant,
convenient location; whole flat; 2 nice
rooms, fur. complete; housekeeping; $14;
another laige front room, for gentleman,
Sil; no cniiuren: Indiana family. aut:-2t
FOR RENT Ile.sat.ble rooms, at Fairfield,
on Chevy Chase road: highest and most
desirable location ill District, terms rea
suitable; on piemlses. W. W. WARFIELD.
FOR RENT Nice front room, with closet,
ou car line; $5 per month. 221 D st.
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING -Suite of two
lovely rumtshed looms; entire rioor; re-
rugeiator and water ou sanid rioor; terms,
reasonable. 415 G bt. nw. aul2-.IC-em
FOR KENT Furnished, 2 front rooms;
buitnble for light housekeeping. 1225
L st. u w. au!2-2t
FOR RENT Entire 2d floor lumished
complete: light housekeeping; ouiet
people. J.G33 U st. n w. aul2-3t
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room, 2d
floor; mod. Imp., private lamily, suit
able for gentleman; price G per month.
217 11 st. nw. au!2-3t
FOR RENT 1 large front rm.. on 1st lloor;
will lent cheap. No. 3 K. bt. ne.
FOR RENT -3 rooms fur. for housekeep
ing; pantry, closets, yard and shed; ilO.
717 1st st. nw. aull-3t-eru
hOlt ItLAT-i omfortable, fur. room, 2d
floor; also parlors for professional use;
transients accommodated. 918 N. Y.
ave. nw. auO-Gt-em
FOR KENT 025 U bt. nw., nicely fur
nished rront room, with bay window, on
Httond rioor; also two good-sized hall
rooms, bath on same floor, summer rates.
FO irREN T Nlcply rur. room, 2d floor;
opens on a veiauda. 1.50 a week, board
if oesired. 12 Gth st. ue., near E. Cap.
St., cais and Capitol. aut-7t
FOH KENT- UNFURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT Two elegant unfurnished
rooms; 2d floor; light Housekeeping- $12
436 1-2 H st. nw. aul4-2t
FOR KENT -215 1st st. nw., 3 nice
unfur. rooms on 3d floor, with gas;
two car lines pass the door; rent 10.
aul 1-3 1
FOR RENT 1102 N. Y. ave,; large, cool
rooms; light housekeeping; 2 for $12.
au 1 4-3C
i-Oli RENT Three or lour unfurnished
looms, secoud floor, light housekeep
ing. 100 Ma.ss. ave. ne aul3-3t
FOR RENT Unfurnished, two large, feU
ligided parlors and small room adjoining,
physician, dentist, dressmaker, etc, tiath
on wme floor, near Palais Royal. 723
llth st nw. au!3 3t
FOR RENT Two unfurnished front rooms
for light housekeeping. 511 F st. nw.
FOR RENT G37 Md. ave.ne., 2 oi 3 unfur.
FOR RENT 3 or 4 unfor rooms. 2d floor,
light housekeeping; $20 and $25; in
cluding heat, desiraole. 01b O bt. nw.
FOR RENT Three unfur. rooms, on 2d
floor, for light house keepiug. 230
2d st. ne. aul 2-3t,em
rUK KENT Lnrur.,2 very desirable rooms
ou the :id rioor; every convenience 1402
Oth st. nw. aul2-2t
FOR RENT Two rine rooms, unfurnished,
2d rioor, for light housekeeping. 1784
Sth Bt. nw. au!2-3t
FOR BENT 3 unfur. rooms for lighthouse
keeping; $15 per mouth. 1114 llth st.
FOR RENT 3 unfurn- nits., suitable for
light housekeeping, newly painted and
papeied. fine location. 941 M st. nw.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
FOR KENT-Largc 2d-story front room,
with board; also other pleasant rooms;
reduced rates for two in room. 210 D st.
FOR RENT A neatly fur. front room with
board and laundry, $1G per month Ad
dress 455 H bt. nw. aul4-3t
FOR ULNT Nico neat fur. room, 2d
rioor, near bath; including board, $4
per week; good table board $3 per week.
2 2b F st. nw. aul 3-3t
FOR RENT Large, bay-window, 2d-story
room, with board, for two, $36. 206 D
Bt. nw. au!3-3t
FOR RENT Rooms: fur.; with or without
board; near Capitol; terms moderate.
114 O St. ne. aul2-3t,em
PLEASANT rooms and first-class board,
from $17 to $20 a month- 16 4th 6t. ne.
WANTED Two unfurnished rooms; $9.
Address CENTRAL, this office. lt
WANTED Bv small family, 2 or 3 fur.
rooms for light housekeeping; must be
reasonable. Address A. R., this office,
stating terms and location. It
WANTED Gentleman and wife will givo
lessons in acting tor use ot room. Address
INSTRUCTION, this office. It
WANTED By a quiet young couple, 2 or
3 large fur. rooms, withor without board,
ne. or se. preferred; give size of rooms and
price; ref- exchanged. Addresi BOX 70,
this office. aul3-3t
WANTED Board in private family, con
venient to City Hall; dinner at 2 or 3
p. m. Address E. 'W., this office.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
FUR KENT-New brick stable; 4 btalls;
room lor 2 wagons; largelort. Apply to
705 11 St. ne. aul4-3t
FOR RENT-Dining-room and kitchen, to
caterer, jn lodgmg-hou.se on 10th st.,
near Mass. ave., nw.;ln exchange tor beard.
Address DINING-ROOM, this office.
FOR RENT -No. 2 Remington Typewriter;
$3 a month- REMINixTON, Springman
Express Office. lt-em
IF ROBERT JACKSON or anyone else.
will return the little Yorkshire dog lost
April 14, to 1534 I st., no questions wIU
be asked and a liberal reward will be given.
LOST-On Aug. 13, going from 133&
Wallach place to-tbe WJhitcLot or on the
road m the White Lot, one 3-set opal ring,
old gold. Liberal reward if Teturned to
805 11 st. nw. au 14-36
EUSX- Aug. 11, 1807, bet. 8th anili, bts.
se. ana Congress Freights,, or at the
Heights, a roll or bills containing $125,
bet. the honrsor7:30andll p.m. Allftcral
rcwaid IX returned to owner at 527 8th st.
LOST Plant gold giape leaf pin, on 13tb,
iSt.4Ias3- ave- ard electric station, on
13 1-2- st., or on F, bet llth- and 13th
nw.; bet. 9 and 10:30 a. m A liberal
ieward.it returned to 1112.13th st. nw.
.bOUND-On. Tuesday night, altjet storm, 2
bay Horses; owner-can have same by pay
?.,.toLa,ivertlfcCillsnt aQd their feed. Call
IdOrfi H et. nev aal2-31?
No tmposltioul Nothing but facts given
Clairvoyant and Palmist
Her predictions, information, and advice on
business, marriage, divorces, separations,
peiiiioii.-, liueds, wills, lawsuits, trae.s,
'osb or stolen property, etc., are accurate
and truthful. -Names given. No matter
what trouble you may have, call on. this
gifted woman; stio can help you out of all
difficulties. Absolute satisfaction guar
aul eed. Gorman and English spoken. Resi
dence, 1303 u st. nw. aul3-lmo
of Providence, R. I., Is a genuine spir
itual medium of the best class; can be
seen on all business or every description;
all in trouble or doubt should see him at
once; gives full numes and perfect b pi rit
tests; sittings dally at 58 H st. nw.,
from 10 a. in. to 8 p. m.; terms mod
erate; refers you toNo'ilonul Association of
PROF. CLAY-Oldesti established medium
advertising In tills city; consult him en
bu.-iness, lawsuits, divorce, speculations,
separations, love or family troubles, can
tell you unythlngyoii wish to know; brings
beparated luisbandnnd wire together; makes
sweetheartor lover trqc; causes marringeb;
removes spells or mysterious feeling.':
gives luck; fee, 50 cents; hours, 10 to 10
dally. 480 II si, sw. aul 4-3t
THE NEW TARIFF lias not affected "My
Sweetheart cigarettes,"' the best and
only hand made du" the market; $1.75 per
box, at I!rliikmuir,fi22 Pa.ave.; Wallace's,
030 Oth St.; Manlou's, 41-2, near Md.
ave.; Steveiib', 32 and Psts., Georgetown;
and Lauuoit,. tho tip top num. 5c per puck
from all dealers. X aul2-4t
MADAM 13 RETTA, clairvoyant, medium
and card reader, 25c and 50c. No. 510
E bt. nw. aull-7l,em
Medium and card reader, Washington's
most ram oiis clairvoyaut and palmist, con
sult her on business, love, and family af
fairs; reunlies the separated; remo es spells;
causes speedy marriages, and gives good
luck; open dally; German spoken; 25c. and
50c; 920 11 st. nw. uul0-14t
MADAM NOLAN, the celebrated clairvoy
ant and trance medium, has removed
from G02 II st. ne. to 90G 7th t. uw.,
second lloor; sittings daily; 50c. and $1;
names given, seances Monday and Thurs-
day nights, 25 cents. aul0-5t
WE'LL, iiowl and howl and howl, until you
come down here- for an elegant ctibloin
made suit, "a little worn," for a figure
that will make you come agalu. We tell;
orhers talk. JUSTU'S OLD STAND, 619
D st. nw. - au9-7t,em
"Mrs. OR, HI
In obv.etrlcs. gold medal awarded for tho
science of obstetrics from trie University
of Munich, Bavuria; treats successfully
woman'h complaints and Irregularities; pri
vate sanitarium for ladies berore and dar
ing confinement. Office hours from 10 a.
m. to 5 p. m., No. 8 7th st.ne. '
Scientific palmist and card reader; tello
your full name, reveals vour past, describes
the present, uud foretells your future life;
also tells about business deals, lawsuits,
love nffalrs, family troubles, reunites the
beparated, brmga quarrels all right, re
moves opells, causes mairiages, and gives
good iuck, etc. Addiess P. O., care
den. Del.. Atlantic City, N. J. Will le
turn hero in Sept. Satisfaction guaran
. Cor. 12th
J and F Sts.
Treats successfully all Diseases of the
Brain and Nervous riystar.i, Diseases of the
Blood, Sbin,Stomuch,Kldiieybnud Bladder,
Night Losses, Sexual Weakness, Stricture,
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Syphilis and all
Private Diseases ot either bex. Consulta
tion and Ununry Analysis free.
The highest lee charged, whether you
have one or more diseases, Is
Which includes all medicines.
Hours. 10 to 12 and 3 to 5, dally; Sun
WANTED Ladies' dresses made, $3 up;
pel feet fit: Baughman's dress-cutter, $5.
MME. H YATT, 908 N. Y. ave. Jy24-lmo
THE "3 DATS" CURE (for men) leads
all remedies In this city; a prompt and
permanent cure or no charge; consultat.on
free DK. McKEEEAN, 716 12th st. uw.
NATIONAL DENTAL PAKLORS
uuo if street Ortliwesr.
Gold fillings and bridge work a spe
cialty, at the lowest price; amalgam ull
iugx, 00c; toll setsot teeth on plates, $5;
extracting, either by ga or local spray,
absolutely painless, 50o; without, 2Cc; all
work done oy experts, and guaranteed the
Debt; open on Sundays from 10 to 3
pjclock. j rnh22 -tf
MME. E3TELLE, Medium Tells past,
piesent and future, temoveB evil Influ
ences, takes off spells, hqurs from 9 a. m.
to 9 p. m., cures of female diwuses. 146
uiu ya. Ave. N.u.tutixastoii,D. o.
Treat all chronio and private diseases,
Piles, Stricture, Hydrocele, Gout, Catarrh,
Dyspepsia, Blood Poison cured; vitality re
stored. Consultation free and confidential
to both bcxes. Dally, 9 to 12, 3 to 6.
EXPERT SPECIALIST in the
euro of all private diseases. Hydrocele
Varicocele, Stricture, Impotency, and
Syphilitic Diseases positively cured. Ad
vice and Consultatluu i-ree. both Sexes,
uours, 9 to 12, 'J to 5; Tues., Thurs , and
Sat. evenings, 7 to 8. No. 002 F st. nw.
(Closed Sunday.) jel5-tf
IN Justice's court, ot the District ot
Columbia. Before Samuel C. Mills, esq.,
Justice or the peace, 617 La. ave- nw.
Emauuel C. Peach vs. The Interstate Vitii
fied Brick, and PaIug Company, a cor
poration. A summons Jn due form having
been issued out of this court to a lawful
constable or this District for the said
delendant, and the same having been bv
sald constable returned "Not to be found,1'
tt is hereby ordeied that said defendant
cause his appearance to be entered herein
ou or before the first Tuesday iaSeptember,
1897, otherwise the cause will be proceeded
with as m case or default.
(Seal.) SAMUEL C. MILLS,
aul4,21,28. Justice or the Peace.
EXTENSION OF HIGHWAYS IN THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Washington,
July 1, 1897. To whom it may concern:
The commission created by section 2 of
the act of Congress approved March 2,
1893, entitled ''An act to provide a per
manent system of highways in that part
ot the Districtof Columbia lying outside cf
cities, has received from" the Commis
sioners of the Districtof Columbia a certi
fied copy or a map showing a proposed
permanent system of highways in the
District o f Columbia within the area
bounded by North Capitol street, Florida
avenue. Eastern Branch, and the District
line- This map and plats showing in de
tail how each lot and tract is aWected by
the proposed system ot highways, are now
on exhibition In Room 9, 4th floor, of the
District Building. All persons interested
ore invited to examine the map and plats.
The .ommisslon will consider any sugges
tion or protest concerning the location ot
any highway or portion of a highway as
shown on the map. The suggestions and
protests must bo in writing and must set
forth clearly the reasons for the changes
nnd show the property owned or controlled
by tho objector. All protests, etc.. must
bs submitted on or- before the FIRST OF
OCTOBER. 1S97. and be addressed to the
Chief on Engineers, U- S. Army. War De
partment, Washington, D. C. Tlie com
mission will meet October 15, 1897. at 9
o.'clock a. m.. In the office of the Secre
tary ot War, to dispose or all objections,
andwiu then bear orally from those who de
sire tq thus support their written objec
tions. R. A. ALGER, Secretary ot War;
C. N. BLISS, Secretary of tho Interior;
JOHN M. WILSON, Chief of Engineers. U.
B. Army. Jyl2-15t,au9-15i
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Two fine
brick cottages; rent for $21; first-class
neighborhood In ue., one square from cars;
between 3,000 and 4,000 feet of ground;
good yard to 6ft. alloy; or trade tor a largo
house with stable south of II St., north of
Md. ave., east of Oth St. ne. Apply I.
W. SITLER, 022 E st. ne It.em
WANTED Would exchange for gent'B high
grade bicycles one ot the finest one-borso
turnout In the city; coBt, when new, $800:
will take bicvelea at market price. Address
770, this office. anI2-3t
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
PROPERTY-A,farm of 51 acres aliout
1-a mile from Latiham "Station on B. & P.
R-R.; good buildings. good water, orchard
ing, etc. Inquire W. W. STAN0LIFF,
Lauham, Md, aulO-Gt
FOR KALE AND RENT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN,
THOMAS E.WAGGAMAN.917F ST.NW.
HOUSES FOR KENT.
2209 13th st. nw., 6 rms $20 CO
yi.iV.a- ''lve-liW- " "" 2B00
r.1.0,1-' t. nw., io rms 35 00
l!i, li. &t- w- 7 rms 25 50
i?,1.yt-avo.nw.,8 rms 23 00
530 21stst. nw., 6 rms 22 50
i 30 5th bt. se., 8 rms 13 50
?JG,.0 ht. sw., 5 rms 9 30
72 G bt. ne.r4 rms GOO
29047thst.nw.,0 rms 12 00
STORES, OFFICES, ETC.
Stable, rear 1314 Mass. ave. nw..$125 00
Store, G2G La. ave. nw 115 00
CentraIflulldiHg,Roornsllandl2.. 3o 00
Hall, 3d floor, 410 10th st 35 00
Store and dwg., 1101 4th st.ne.,
7 rooms 30 00
Store and dwg., 937 Fla.ave.nw.,
8 looms 25 00
630 D St.. Room 1 15 00
Stable, rear 1417 K bt. nw 16 00
Stable, rear 1G29 O bt. nw 15 30
Store, 937 Fla. ave 10 00
IJNIMPIfntri'ii nimMPDivv pni a.ur
I Lots Aubrey Heights $000
i-"i.n ocrwm neiguis ouu
Lots Kensington Heights 500
Lots Charlton Heights 250
Lois 3d st, bet K. anu L ne -... 950
Lots Cleveland Heights 32 1-2
Lots Cleveland Heights 30
Lots Falrvlcw, Ivy City 25
LotuVn ave, bet 27th and 28th sts.. .GO
Lots Sllgo, Md 02
Lots Takoma Park CO
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
009 and 911 llth slnw.f h,7 ims.$l 2,500
fit a 11 Eft CW ll I, Q Imo
917 8th stnw.b li. 6 ruisll "....".'.'.
Cottage, Wesley Heights, 9 rms..
812(1 8tnw. h h. 7 Tm
612 O st nw. h li. 7 tm..
1520 O stnw.b h, 7 rms
1106 21st nw, f h, 5 rms
1940 llth st nw, b h, 8 rms
82 L st uw, b h, 6 ims
3338 and 3340 T stnw.f h.both.
1603 19th stnw, b h. 6 ruin
59 Fla ave nw,b h, 7 rms.
Store and dWer. 13th st. het E and
F, 7 rms. 5,600
316 1-2 and 318 I stse.b h,4 ims 2,400
361 O st sw, b h, G ims 2,000
1112 K st se, f h, 5 ims 1,500
The above Is only a portion of the prop
erty on in y books. For full list call at of
fice for bulletin issued on the 1st and 15th.
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN,
917 F St. N.W.
FOH RENT HOUSES.
FOR SALE Two-story" 6-rooTn dwelling;
nicely papered: lot 10x78 to 15-rt.uliey;
price, only $1,600; small cash pavment;
balance monthly. Address OWNER, B.,
this office. anl3-3t,eiu
FOR RENT At greatly reduced rates,
739 lbt st. nw., 6 rooms and bath, in
excellent repair; large yard; only $15.50;
also 1142 N J. ae.: 4 rooms and water;
$12.30. B. F. SAUL, se. cor, 7th and L
sts. nw. aul2-3t-em
10K RENT Corner storo and dwelling
In northwest; 5 rooms, bath and stove;
rent reduced from $30 50 to $20.50 per
month. GRAHAM & CAMPBELL. G17
14th st. aul2-3tem
FOR RENT Excellent G-room houhe with
bath, centrally located on 7th st. nw.;
suitable for business or dwelling. Address
DWELLING, thisoffice. aul2-3t em
FOR RENT-S35.50; 1815 G bt. nw.; banl
tary plumbing, large yard; newly papered
and painted; cool, pleasant rooms; every
thing iu complete ordr Apply to WES
COTT A WILCOX, 1907 Pa. ave. nw.
1 will horcatter extract teeth with
nitrous oxide gas for 50c per tooth.
Best teeth fe7 per set. Gold crowns, $a.
Amalgam fillings, SI. Have filled forty
lum.srtno teetu In this nt; extracted
twenty thousand teeth, and made ovei six
thousand set-- Dr. S. T.MASON, 711 12th
st. nw., formerly cor. lath and Pa. ave.
WEYLER TO BE REPLACED-But a new
captain general won't interfere with our
business. We do the be6t wall papering
and interior decorating in the ;lty at the
lowest prices. Rooms papered, $2 up.
F. G. N0LTE, 810 Oth st. No branch.
LATEST FAD Boys overalls, sizes from
3-8 and 8-15, with suspenders attached,
price, 25a; headquarters tor plate print
ers' overalls; all sizes, price, 50c, at
SELHY.'S.l003Fenn ave. nw. aul0-6t-em
$1 00, $1 25 ANU SI 50 Ladles , Misses'
and cnildrcn's Oxtord Ties and Slippers;
all go tor 50c a pair; not more thau one
pair to each purchaser; Ihvs single pants,
small sizes, 25c , go tor 10c J. W
SELBY'S, 1903 Penn. ave. nw. aulO-ot-em
XOV couldn't do better than to invest
your burplus ftinda Into clothing; they
are bound io go up, while you can buv a
$10, all-worsted suit at SELBY'S, "for
0.75; d.n all wool, blue flannel (Middle
icx) indigo blue, $12 suit for $7, $5, and
$7 broken sizes tor $2.50 and $3, men's
working pants, 50c and upwards, at
lU3 Penn. ave. nw. aulO-Ot-em
MONK'S DINING ROOM, formerly 931 E
bt. nw., now at 608 llth st. nw. aul0-dt
TRINTING -1,000 cards, 65c; 1,000 bill
hcads, 75c. S07 9thnw. Jy31-l4t-em
ROUGH DRY LAUNDRY; 5 cents per lb.:
strictly hand work. 1533 14th bt aw.
We propose through this medium to obviate
at the homes of our patrons 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
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
Printing 500 card3, 75c; 500 envelopes,
75c; 500 note heads, 75c; 500 state
meats, 75c: binding mugazl.ies, 50o.;
mtscellaneouB books rebound. G. E.
WILLlAMb, B16 7th bt. nw. teo-tr
I WONDER who pays the highest prlcei
ror gents' cast-oft clothing; drop postal
BAUL BROS.. 923 D Bt. nw. myl5-amo
AT THE Business orrico ot The Timet
you will find Window Cards of all de
EUiptions "Table Board," "Furnished or
Untornibned Rooms,""Unf urnished Rooms,"
"Fui nibbed Rooms, With oi Without
Board, ' "Furnished Rooms, With Board,"
"Furnished Rooms." Five cents la tot
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; storage. COLUMBIA TRANS
FER CO., 323 4 1-2 st. nw. 'mono iuuo
FOH SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A brand new No. 6 Reming
ton typewriter. Typewriter Headquar
ters and Manufactuiers' Agency, 1307 F
st. nw., Washington, D. C, BURKET &
HE WETT, Agents. aul4-3t
FOR SALE Cheap, fixtures ot a grocery
store, in good condition, consisting of
shelves, counters, bins, 2 desks. Call or
addr8 JOHN S. CISSEL, N. Cap. and E
as. nw. aul3-3t-ern
FOR SALE Bargain; handsome village
cart; good as new; canopy-top; no horse
motion; cost $123. 1826 16th st. nw. "
uuu bALfc. High-bred Kentucky noise, 6
years old; can pace in 2:30; also good
saddler: cheap tor cash. Address H. T.,
this orrice. aui3-3t
FOR SALE Furniture of six-room flat;
handsome sideboard, $15; 3 bedroom
suites, $3, $5 and $8; parlor suite, couch,
6 odd chairs, large rug: large water filter,
$2; 2 folding beds, $3; iron beds, $4;
rubles, oil cloth, curtains: leather dining
chairs, 75c,and a lot or fine housefurnish
lngs. 1721 Pa. ave. nw. aul2-8t,em
FOR SALE Singer -t-wine machine. S8;
Remington, $7; Domestic, $12.50; White,
$10; all with drop leaf and side drawers
and warranted, at Oppenheimer'S New
Home Agencj. 514 Ota st. nw.; plaiting
and pinking while ..ou watt, 2c per yard;
machines i epalred; prices low. aul2-3t-em
toil SALE Tinners" tools and machinery;
any reasonable orfer not refused. 911
4 12 st. sw. aull-3t-em
FOR SALE YoungCubanandMexIcan par
rots, monkeys, gold fishes, dogs, pigeons,
canaries, incubators, spratts and Austin's
dog bread; send for catalogue. SCHMID'S
BIRD STORE, 712 12th st. nw. au4-tf
FOR SALE Two young, fresh Jersey
cows, with calves. Dr. CZARRA'S farm,
HyattsvUle, or 619 Pa. ave. nw.; upstairs.
FOR SALE Fresh cows; always on. band;
would also exchange for dry cows- JNO.
DENEKAS, 3510 Brlghtwood avenue.
FOR SALE TWO FIRST-CLASS WHIT4
tler boilers, 10O horsepower each, in ex
cellent condition, with a 100 horse
power Atlas engine; ror sale cheap
ir removed soon. Apply to STILSON
HUTCHINS, Hutchlns Building, where boil
ers and engine can be seen. Jy2-C
JgOn .SALE SUBITRBAN
FOR SALE iTacres of fine land:' well
Improved; G minutes' walk from Land
over station; 8 miles from city: only
$2,000; easy terms. T. J. 8TALEY, 623
at. nw, aul4r3t
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13 1-2 St. & Pu. Ave.
in crrcce May o. 1807.
Aioxaiiuna iweek days). 0.30, 7:05,
7:35. ex.; 8:00. 8:30, ex.; 8:00. 9:50,
,Y,:Z?' ex-' Il.oo. 11:45. a. in. 12:05.0X4
it.M, 1:10, ;, :00i cx ; :1, :oo,
ex ; a.ao. :uu, ex.; 4:16, ex.; 4:45. 5:05,
5: ., ex.; 5:40. g:05, ex.: 6:25. 7:00, 8:00,
:00. io:oo. 11:20, limw o. m.
.. ..?.r ,A,exandrla (Sunday only). 8:00,
V;"0' i:oy. 10:30, 11.00, 11.30. a. m.
12:00 .noon. 12:30. i:00, 1:30. 2:00, 2:30.
3:00, 3:o, 4:00, 4:30. 5:00, 5:30, 0:00.
b-oU.7-00. K oh. U Oil. 10:00. 11 iO p. 111.
iwe days). 0:30. 10:05. 11:00 a. m.
a:05, 1.15. a us. yoo. 4:oo. 4.15 p. m-
For Dyke and lUvcrslda, 7.8 p. m
, For Mount Vernon and Way Statloni,
(Sunday only). 0:00, 11:00 u. m., 2:00,
4:00 . m.
For ArlinpoT and Aqueduct Bridge
(week days), 8 00, 8:30.0:00 10:05. 11:00,
11:45 a. in., 12 05,12:20,1:15, 2:05, 2:40.
a 00, 3'HO. 4:00. 4.1B. 0:20, u.o5, 0:25,
7.oo, a:oo p. iu.
For Arlington ond Aqueduct Bridge
Sunday only), b 00, 0-00. I0.0O 10:30.
11:00, ii:ao a. m. 12:01; noon. 12:30.
1.00, l;30, 2:00, 2:30, 3:00, 3.30. 4:00.
4:30, 0.00, 5:30, G:00. 6:30. 7.00. 8.00
. luggage checked Tree Tor passengers
hoiciuiK- nrbt-class tickets at Station. Bi
cycles, 25 cents each.
(Schedule in effect July 4. 1807.1
All trains arrive and leave Pennsylvania
8:12 a.m. Dally, local ror Danville. Char
lotte una way cations, connects asiiauas
6as ror btrasburg, Harrisonburg, and
Staunton, dally, except Sunday, and al
Lynchburg with the Norfolk and Western,
daily, and with the Chesapeake and Ohio,
duiiy, ror the Natural Bridge and Lex
ington. 11:15 a. m. Dally.the UNITED STATES
rAST MAIL, carries Pullman burret
bleepers. New xort and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with
Pullman. Klecper ror Asheville and HoS
Springs. N. U, Knoxvilie, Chattanooga and
Nashville, Tenu., andat Charlotte with Pull
man Sleeper Tor Augusta. Pullman Buffet
(Sleeper Ne .v York to New Orleans, connect
ing at Atlanta for Birmingham and .Mem
phis. Sohd train, Washington to New
Orleans without change. Sunsec personally
conducted tourist excursion tnrough sleeper
on this train every Wednesday to San Frua.
Cisco, without change.
4.01 p. m Local tor Front Royal, dtra
burg and Harrisonburg., with connection ror
Blaunlou, dail.v, except Sunday.
4.51 p. in. DaKy, local lor Cbarlotte
vlUe. 10.-4J p. m. Dally, WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN, VESTIBULED, LIM
ITED, composed or Pullman Vestlbuled
sleepers, dining cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New y.ork to Nash
ville, Teno... via Ashevllle, Knoxvilie
and Chattanooga. New Yoik to Tampa,
via Charlotte, Columbia, Savannah and
JackscuvUIe, New York to Memphis, via
Birmingham, New York to New Oileans,
via Atlanta and Montgomery. Vestlbuled
day ccach Washington to Atlanta. South
ern Railway dining car, Ureensboro to
'1KA1NS ON WASHINGTON .-US'D OHIO
DIV1H10N leave Washington 3:01 a. m.
dally, l:oo p. m- and 4.45 p. in. daily, ex
cept Ounday. and 0:25 p. in. Sunday only
for Rcuud Hill; 4:32 p. m. dally, except Sun
Cay ror Leesburg, aud G 25 p. in. duilv ror
Horncion. Returning, arrive at Washing
ton 8 2G a, in. and b.40 p. m. dally, and
3:00 p. in. dally, except Sunday, rrora
Round Hill, and 7.06 a. m. daily, except
Suuduy, from Herndon, and 8.54 a. m.
daily, except Sunday, from Leesburg.
'through trains from the South arrive at
Washington G:42 a. m.. 2.20 p. m and
0:25 p. m. dally. Harrisonburg, 12 40 p.
m. aud 0.25 p. m. daily, except Sunday,
and 8:30 a. m daily from Charlottesville.
Tickets, bleeping car reservation and In
formation ruruisiied at offices, 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenue, and at Fenn
eylvaula Railroad Passenger btatlon.
. iE UHlSliN, Ueu. Sjupt.
0. M. OliLi', irnrtic Aiunager.
W. A. 'l tiuiv, oen. X'ass. Agent.
L. 8. UK.UWN. Geo. Agt. Pass. Depti
FOR SALE Fruit and confectionery store,
cheap. 460 La. ave. nw. au!4 3t
FOR SALE Mus'sellclgar store and other
bufclncss- $00 profit ii month, inetigate
Addreft, QUICK, tills office aul4-3t
I'OK S.VLh-Ueat corner grocery store
on 7th st. sw.; cheap; also billiard
pailors, 4 tables and cigar stand; cheap
S. M. JONES,51010tlist. nw. aul4 3t
FOR SALE Bicvcle store and repair shop;
wheels, tools, sundries, aud fixtures;
good business bland; with storage wheels,
cheap rent. Address WHEELS, this office.
WANTED - Merchants having Ice boxes
holding 500 to 700 pounds ot Ice, can
learn ot a saving of 75 per cent of ice
billb. Typewriter tieadquarters anil Manu
facturers Agency, 1307 F st. nw., Wash
ington, D. C, BURKET A HEWETT,
VALUABLE PATENT Austria, pop'l 40,
000,000; 13-year pat, $10; Japan, 15
year pat., $125; if pat. Is rejected your
mouey refunded; party can make about
$3,000 in 6 mo. Address AUSTRIA AND
JAPAN , this office. aul 4-3t
FOR SALE A bargain; long established
oyster, dining and lunch saloon, on Pa
ave., doing good business; good reasons for
selling. Address E.S., thisoffice. aull-3t
FOR SALE Corner grocery: cash trade.
7 rooms and stable; good buslnes-.: a
bargain J sold at once. E. H. GARDEN,
917 E st. nw. aull-3t
FOR SALE -Counter, shelving and small
lot otuer fixtures; also small stock gro
ceries it desired: store for rent cheap; good
stand, best chance to get in business ever
offered; horse, wagon and harness; also
dayton cheap. 700 7th st. sw.
WANTED-Stock of groceries: cheap for
cash. Address A. W., this office, lt-em
NOTICE-$100 reward for the arrest and
conviction of any second-hand dealer who
sells second-hand furniture cheaper than
H. SAYMAN, 1721 Pa. ave. nw. Furni
ture bought, sold, exchanged, repaired and
upholstered. Visitors welcome. au!3-3t
WANTED Store fixtures: highest cash
prices paid for ail kinds; drop postal.
31 5 Pa. ave. nw. aul3-3t
FOR SALE Cheap, dining saloon aud
Ice cream parlor doing a good business,
good reasons for seHing. 41-2 N sw.
FOR SALE -Cheap, a 2-chair barber shop
for cash; owner leaving town. Address
A P., this office. au!3-3t
FOR SALE -Cheap; $150 will buy a
good grocery, with house of 7 rooms;
cheup rent; good fixtures; fine location, nw.
COMMERCIAL, 510 F nw. aul2-3t-em
$2 FOREVERY$lINVESTED-Money se
cured; am forming a syndicate to pur
chase block of lots in the District; lets
now selling for 15c and 25cper foot; have
option at 10c; will guarantee to sell these
lots insido ot 1 year for 20c; syndicate lim
ited to 20 at $10 per month each; investi
gation solicited. Address ATHENS, this
FOR SALE Drug store; doing good cash
business; satisfactory reasons given for
selling: no triflers ned answer. Address
SALOPUEN, this office. anl2-3t
FOR SALE The neatest and best paying
lunch room in town. Address NEAT
KST. this ornce. aui2-3c
10R SALE S toot and flxtuies ot a
grocery and provision store, including
a good horse and wagon, doing a splendid
business and located on one ot the bebt
comers in the northwest: no one need
apply unless they mean business. Ad
dress SNAP, this office. au!2-3t
LUNCHROOM, Pa. ave.nw.: rent$20; dally
receipts $10 to $20. BUSINESS EX
CHANGE, 1321 F. au!2-3t
FOR SALE Barber shop; three chairs, and
furniture; good business; sell at once;
icu-ve cn.y. -.ypiy ou.s a sc. nw. aul2-3t
FOR SALE Saloon, cheap; best location
In outhwest; low rent; cabinet fixtuies:
doing a good business; best of leisons for
celling. If you mean business call at 615
7th st. sw. aul2-7t
UKOCEKX, $325j near 3d and M nw.; rent
$12: 3 rooms. BUSINESS EXCHANGE.
1321 F. aui2-:tt
s'ale liquor license; at!nventory;4 rooms:
rent 33. BUSINESS EXCHANGE, 1321 F.
FOR SALE Great bargain; $275 Tor gro
cery with 6 rooms and stable; rent, $25;
will inventory $300. COMMERCIAL, 510
F nw. aull-3t-em
WANTED To buy milk route; cheap.
MILK, this office. au 1 1-3t-ern
FOR SALE-$250willbuya $300 stock of
groceries; rent only Slo; good business;
is worth $500. COMMERCIAL, 510 F nw.
FOR SALE A three-chair barber shop;
price, $150; in good order. Address
SHOP, thia offico. aull-3tcm
FOR BALL-Book, newspaper nnd job
office; full of work; must sell; our olflce
work will more than p rent. Address
rKIN'TE B, this office. aul0-7t
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND S
T,5,tA.-u weet days-PITTSBriRG EX-f.-5t-fc,i,S
Parlor auu Dining Cuts. Harri-
infe to -t'Rtoburg.
u .V- -I'L'NNSYLV.VNr.V LUIITED
gunman Sleeping. Dinlnx. Smoking and
Observation Cars.llarr'sO'ir to l.icago,
Cincinnati, Inoianapolle. St. Louts, Cleve
Harriabur To,edo- Battt I'artor Car to
10p'J-"-t,AI!T LINE-Pnllman Bcrfea
rnr CaiT tto Harrtsburg. Burtet Parlor
'8 4U,1'HaMl!,te' to ""abuts.
Ixnre'J"' SU1SAUO AND ST- LOUIS
xpress -bleeping car Washington
cnr ij.T1!' anu Sleeping and Dining
(via ?,rtfm.r to st- -"la. NasnvIllS
1 1 ii J Fn,r,mijatlT and Chicago,
man Hi WKSlJSlcN' EPKESS-PuII-Sf,?
Wetpln,ff Car FRtsbarg.Cblcazo.
8a? ttecago5 Cle-& i-
pitiiifJVi? ,e.ep?B .c5ra Vashingtou to
Fittsburg and Harrlaburg to HtT Lo-j
and CicclunatL DinlcsCar
lv, & M. CIFIC Wpkess-puu-n
Si? b'eePlng Car to Pittsburg.
fr ; or K.aae, Canandalcua, Roche
bu da" saxa Fail daily, excepi
1;P a .Tor Elmlra andRenovo, dally,
S'pc Sundays- For WiUlamsport. dally,
d.40 p m. '
7:iii I,,irorW"Iamsport Rochester. Erie.
Hurralo and Niagara Fans daliy. excepl
Saturday, with Sleeping Ctir Wahiugtoa
10,-f P- i. for Erie and Elmlra. dally:
ror Canandalgua. Rochester. Burfaiu and
Niagara Falls, Saturday nights only-PuU-man
Sleeping Car Washington toRoche-
iror irijJudeJpnia evv JCortt ana
'?,,?.. ,m- 'CONGRESSIONAL LIH
fi. ,V' daUyt sdl Parior Cars, with Dla
Vin Sar fi?m iSaltlmore. Regular at 7:00
(Dining Car). 8 00. 0.00. 10:00 DlntnS
?n"'nl li:00 (Dining Car from Wil
.nl a m.. 12.45, 315, 4:20, 6:50,
Tnl2? &a$ 113,5 P- m- a Sunday. 7:00
(Dining Car) 8.00. 9.00, 11:00 (Dining
a.FI1ny.ra Wilmington) a. ra..l2A5,3.15.
wTi?' J-,50.', 10:0, aad 11:35 P- m- F
Philadelphia only. Fast Express, 7-50 a.
weekdays. Express, 12:1 5 p m-weelc
days. 2.01 and 5.40 p. m. dally. For
Boston, without change. 7 50 a.m. week
days, and 4.-20 p. m. dally.
Saratoga Express (Parlor Car J. 0.00 ajn.
Fof n,?1,6.:Pore' 6 25 7-0r 7J30, 8.00,
12.4o, 12.50.2.01. 3. 15,3.40, (4.00 Llm-
il,'..4-?0' 4-36 5-40 6-15 6.50, 7A0,
10 00, 10.40. 11.15. and ll.3b p. ra.
On Sunday. 7 00.8.00.9.00 9.05.10.50,
1L00 a. m., 12.15. 1.15. 2.01, 3.15. 3:40,
(4.00 Limited), 4.20, 5.40, 18.104.22.168,
7.10, 10.00, 10.40, and 11.35 p. m.
For Pope's Creek Line, 7 5o a. m. and 4.38
p. ra. dally, except Sunday. Sundayi,
v Ou a m.
For Annapolis, 7.00. 9 00 a. m.. 12.15
and 4 20 p. m. dally, except Sunday.
Sundays, 9.00 a. m.and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Lice-Express for Florida
and points on Atlantic Coast Line. 4.30
arai- 3'46 P- m- daily; Richmond only,
P-BZ,a . week-days; Atlanta Special,
via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line,
4.40 p. m. daUy. AccommodaUon foe
Quantico, 7.45 a. m. dairy, aiul 4.25
p m. week-days.
For Atlantic City ivia Delaware River
Bridge, all-rail route), 11.00 a, m 3.15
and 11.35 p. m. daUy; via MarKetstreeff
wharr, y.iio a. m. (Saturd3 only),
10.00, 11.00 a.m., and 12 45 p m. weelt
days, 11.35 p.m. daUy. bunuaya only,
For Cape May. 10 00. 11.00 a.m,. 12.45
p. m. week days, 11.35 p. m. dally.
Ticket ortlces, corner Fifteenth and Q
streets, and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left for th
checking of baggage to destination froca
notels and reshlences
J. B. HUTCHINSON. General Manager.
J. R. WOOD. General Passenger Agent-
Bchednio in effect June 5. 1897
Leava Washington rrom station corner o
new jersey avenue and O st.
For Chicago and Nortcwest. Vestlbuled
Limited trains, 10.00. 11.45 a. m,, 8.03
For Cincinnati, Bt Louis and Indianapo
lis, Express, 11.45 a. m. Vestlbuled Ena
cted, 3 40 p. in., express ll 30 p. m
ior Pittsburg and Cleveland, express
daUy 10.00 a. m. and 8 50 p. in.
For Columbus, loledo and Detroit, 11:30
For Winchester ana way stations, a8:00,
all. 45 a. m. aS:30 p. m.
For New Orleans, Memphis, Birmingham,
Chattanooga, Knoxvilie. Bristol and Roanr
oke, 11.0 p. m. dally; Bleeping Can
For Luray, 3:40 p. n daily.
For Baltimore. we-iK-uaya, 5 00, 6.30,
X7 05. X7 IO, X7 30, xa.OO. 8.30, X&.30,
XlO.OO, 212.00 a. m., X12.05. 12:10,
X12.40, X3 00, 3 20. X4:30, 4.35, X5.05,
X5 10, x5 30, x6 20. 6.30. x8 00, 8:15,
xu.20, 11-A5, xli.50 p. in., and 12:01
nignt Sundays, X7.05, x7.10,x7.30, 8:30,
X0.00 a. m., xl2 05, X12 40, 1:00, X3.00.
3:20. 4.35, X5 00, x5:10, 6.30, X8.00,
xo.iio. 11.15, xll:fto p m., xl2:01 night.
ior Annapolis, 7.10 and b.30 a.m., 12.10
and 4.30 p. si. Sundays, 8.30 a.m., 4.35
For Frederick, week daya. a.00 a. ra,
11.45, 4.30, 5.30 p. m. Sundays, 9.00
a. m., 1.16 p. in.
For Hagerstown, alO 00 a. m.anda5.30
For Boyd and way points, week days.
8.00 a. m., 4 30, 5.30, f ,05p.m. Sunday
8.00 a. m.. 1.15, 7.06 d jn
For Galtheraburg and way points, weeS
days, o.OO, 9.00 a.m., 12.50, 3.00; 4.30;
4.33, 5.30. 5.35, 7.05. 11.40 p. m. Sun
days, B.00 a. ra., 1.10, 4.33, ..05; 10.15
For Washington. Junction ard waypot
8.00 a. m., 4.30. 5.30 p. m.. week day
9.00 a, m., 1.15 p. m.. Sundays.
Tor Bay Ridge, week davs, 9A5 a. m.
and 4.30 p. m. Sundays, 9.35 a.m., 1.30
and 3.15 p. m.
Royal ttlue Eine lor .ow xorK ana
All trains illuminated with I'lnisch light.
For Phlladelphlv,New York, Boston and
tha iiaat. rrek days, 7.05, 8.00, 10.00 a.
m.. 12.00, 12.40 Dining Cars). 3.00.
(5.05 Dining Car), (12.0x night, sleeping
car. open at 10.00 o'clock). Sundays, 7.05,
9.00 a. m., (12.40 Dining Cars). 3.00,
(5.05 Dining Car). 12.01 night, sleeping
car, open 10.00 o'clock. Additional trains
tor PhUadelphia, week days, daily, 8.00
Buffet Parlor Cars on all day trains.
For Atlantic City, 7.uo, 10.00 a.m.,
12.00 noon, 12.40 and 3.00 p.m., wee2
days, iz.40 p.m., Sundays.
For Cape May, 12 noon. J
aExrcpt Sunday. xExpreSs tralns.
Baggago called ror and checked from
hotels and residences by Union Transfer
Co., on orders left at ticket offices, 610
Pennsylvania avenue northwest. New York
avenue and Fifteenth street, and at Depot.
WM. M. GREENE, D. B. MARTIN,
Uen. Manager. Mgr. Pass. Traffic.
FOR SALE BICYCLES.
FOR SALE Gent's bicycle? lamp; bell;
price. $18: light weight. Address "GEN-
U1NE BARGAIN," thia office. It
FOR SALE Riders, attention! By order
or the different storage houses wo rep
resent, I am offering all high-grade bicy
cles and tandems for ladies and gents at
the greatest attractive slaughtering prices
ot the year Advances made on these goods
must be collected, and, therefore, above
.sacrifices will be made. Such high-grade
bicycles as Syracuse, Rambler, Columbia,
Worlds, etc , etc., new and slightly used,
will be offered a- this, the greatest bar
gain sale of the year Sundries and parta
will be sold also, and no reasonable offer
will be refused. Bicycles bought outright
and exchanged, and taken on storage.
NEW YORK BICYCLE CO.. 431 9tb e&
DENTISTRY done on weekly and monthly
payments; crown nnd bridge wort a
specialtv. DR. T W. STUBBLEFIELD,
llth and F sts., over Mert2'3 Drug Store.
WASHINGTON, D. 0., August 10, 1897
Sealed propoal3 will be leceived at tho
office of tliepiesidentof the coaTd of trus
tees of the Reform School. D. C , Depart
ment of Justice building, until 12 o'clock
noon ot FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1S97, for
supplying the Reform Schol. D. C, with,
coal for the fiscal year ending June 30,
1898. Specifications and instrnctions to
bidder" can he obtained on appUcatiou to
the secretary ot the board, Mr.S W. Cur
nden. No. 1423 F street northwest. Right;
to waive detects and to reject any or all
bids is reserved- CECIL CLA Y, President!
Board of Trustees, Herorm School, D- 0.
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING A3-
PHALT PAVING BLOCKS.-Offlce ot
the Commissioners D. 0. Washington, D.
C, August 9, 1897. Sealed proposals will
be received at thisoffice until 12 O'CLOCK
II., AUGUST 19, 1897, forXuralshlng as
phalt paving blocks to the Diatilct or
Columbia. Specification., blank: rorma oi
proposal, and all necessary lnformatioa
may be obtained at this office. JOHN W
ROSS, JOHN B. WIGHT, WSi.M. BLACK.
Commission era. H C , auli-6tf