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THE MOB KING TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1897.
3IONEY WANTED AND TO 1X3 AX.
WANTED -$3,500 to complete one at the
best real estate investments in the Dis
trict; subscriptions received lu sums or
not less than 5500; bare and Certain to
pay. For information address BOX 150,
tins ornce. aul -3c
I.OANS from 5 to 550 to reliable parties.
also monev advanced on blpyclas. Room.
8, Central lildg.,cor. 9th aud.Pa.ave.uw.
A NEW PLAN.
tio TO SI ,000 TOLOAN
ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS,
HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC ,
Without removal from possession of owner.
You can have the money the day you
apply for it. l'avuientb on the principal.
of any amount, -will be received atauy tune,
which will lessen cost of loau.
MOST DESIRABLE 1ERMS.
..No cost to you if loan is not made
Please caU for further information.
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO .
H K. FULTON'S loan orrice. 1218 Pa. ave.
nw. , money loaned on watches, aiuiiionds,
jewelry. silverware, etc- apIO-Om
LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COL.LAT
eial, such ab lire policies. slocks, bonds,
budding association shares, uymiicate cer
tificates, etc No delay 1LRHES &
HA-h-KK, mo if bt Take elevator. tt
LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE,
Loausrnade on Furniture. Pianps, Horses,
Wagons, etc., at lowest rates and quickest
possible tunc. Strictlvconfldentlal. Please
call before securiug loans elsewhere.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
010 F street northwest.
MONEY TO LOAN 51,000 upward, at 5
and 5 1-2 per ent on D. C. real estate;
5250. 500, etc.. at 6 per cent: ail
transactions conducted with economical
conbider.il ion for borrowers.
WILLIAM H. SAUNDERS & CO ..
aplO-tr 1 407 F St. nw.
MONEX TO LOAN at 5 and G per cent,
security, reul estate in District of Colum
bia; no delay beyond an inspoctioi; or ijrop
erty and exmniiiutlon or Utle. WALTER
E. ACilEK, 704 14UI bt. nW. mhJb-tf
WANTED To borrow from a private party
$100 for 3 wos.; good interest and good
EUMirttv. Addiess PRIVATE, this otlicc.
WANTED -A smart colored-boy to Work
aroeud lunch room. Apply 635 N st.nw.
WANTED A married man a Janitor In a
fiut occupied liy resjwcUi ble colored ten
ants must be honest, sober and a good
caretaker. Address stating rers., age, etc.,
A. B. C. this office. Lc
WANTED Two carriage painters at WM.
WALTER'S SONS, 14th and D st. nw.
WANTED Expcrlenccdeoupsalesnien Ap
ply rrom 10 to 12 and 3 to 5, Room 19,
Warder Building It,
WAN'Pkd- A stable rorcman ror a stable
dt 40 bun; must be a man of experience,
oud must harenrst-class recommendations'.
good wages. Address, stating where for-
nwziy employed, &. A. i:., this orrice.
WANTED -A barber, furnishing his own
UkUsT& good position Toi an industrious
man. Call at 408 K. st-uw by 7 p.m. E.
31. B. ault-3t-ern
WANTED A sober, lndubtnous young man
with some experience as waiter; must
tM polite and obliging. Address E. C, this
WANTED -A No. 1 salesman to sell to
the retail grocery trade; must be ac
quainted with the trade. Address, giving
experience, reference and salary expectd.
FRANKLIN, this office. aul4-3t-em
UK-LI 1VANTED FEMAL.T3.
WANTED Afirst-clanschambenuaid. Ap
ply 1233 D st. nw., after 12. aul7-3t
"WANTED A respectable woman for gen
eral Housework: bring ref. DRUG
STORE, 7 til and B sts. sw. It
WANTED A colored girl to take care of
a child and do light work; mubt bring
ref. Apply 354 Pa. ave. nw., J. a.
WANTED Neat white girl for general
housework; a good borne; two in ramily;
must be bright. Apply 213 1st st. se.
WANTED Girl for light housework; cook
plain meals; slay uignts. Adurs, to-
Box 164. aul7-3t
MRS. MOORE wants reliable females at
once; bring references. 300 G st. nw.
"WANTED -White girl to assist with chil
dren, no experience required; good home
and wages. 014 13th st. nw. It
WANTED A young German girl (German
born preferred) for general-housework in
small ramily- 2504 14th st. nw.
WAls'ltJD-Active lady canvassers, Tor
light, pleasant and profitable employ
ment i5HOOh.ES' INDUSTRIAL AUEN
VX, ew corner Oth and fc. sus. nw. it-em
WANTED A lady cashier at S. S. DAISH
Ac SON. Hour, leed and fuel, 2d bt. and
iia. ave. ne. lt.ein
WANTED A competent woman, to cook,
wash andiron; noneotherneed apply; also
a bmalt girl to make herseir generally use
ful. At 500 E. Capitol st. aul0-3t,em
WANTED A stylish widow to take full
charge of widower's home. Apply 4 to
5.-30, Room 4. 031 F St. It-em
WANTED Neat girl to cook and do light
housework; home nights. CaU at once,
410 lst.st- nc l t-em
WANTED A neat woman, for general
Housework. Take Chevy Chase cars aud
get off at Albemarle bt., and apply at the
House up on the hill. aulG-3t,em
WANTED A girl for general housework;
washing and ironing; ref. required. 515
11 st. nw. l t-ein
WA"lfcD Ten country girls for general
Housework, chamber work and cooking;
good wages and homes. 441 G st. nw.
WANTED Pension clerk, expert, stale
.salary wanted and experience. PEN
SION CLERK, this office. aul0-3t
WANTED For cooking and chamber;
KAlst In general housewoik, good wages.
1712 1-2 loth st nw. aul0-2t
WANTED An ambitious lady or fair edu
cation as saleslady and collector; se
curity required. Address A. E-. M.. this
WANTED A woman as cook and assist
at housework, except laundry, for small
family at their suburban home. Call bet.
11 and 4 at Room 5, 700 14th st.nw.,
K .A. THILLIPS. aul4-3t-em
WANTED Ladies to canvass a novel busi
ness scheme; nothing to sell. Address
QUICK, this ornce. aul4-3t-em
HELP WANTED MALE AND .
"WANTED -At City Intelligence Of rice,
Oooks, waiters, general house-workers,
prters, drivers, nurses, laundresses, cham
bermaids, cleaners, boys, laborers, dish
washers; quickest place to get work.
EHACKLEFOKD'S, 427 Tlth St. nw.
SITUATIONS "WANTED MAT,E.
WAN'i ed By a boy i years of "age, who
understands driving aud care of horse,
good home A, W., tlile office. aul7-3t
wanted By respectable young colored
man, situation as porter in &tor.e or waiter
in private family, good rers. Address 1013
JJd st. nw. it
WANTJ3D Reliable, sober man, German,
-wishes place as driver or work or any
kind, not less than ! a week. Apply to
E. F. MUTn. 200 1-2 7th st. sw. aul7-3t
WANILD-By rirst-class painter work
by day or job. 2523 Q, bt. nw.
WANTED -Situation, by truck and fruit
grower; also general farming: fruit grow
1J1K,a..1,clalt5; ao ycars' experience; can
be fully trusted; competent to takeclihtce
very best or refs. Address A. Du PLANT l
U'lUsLno. aulG-3t-em '
SITUATIONS "WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED By first-class laundress, wash
mg can los V 1-2 gt, nw. aulU-swmi
WANTED By colored wman, bituation
to do general housework, in private
family; references. 732 10th st. uw. it
WANTED By a genteel wbito girl, place
to nurse children, not underone year old:
references. Call or address NURSE, 117
California st. ne. au P7-3 1
WAN TED -Colored womaa would like
place to cook; has a girl aged 13 to help
around the House. Address COOK, this of
WANTED A situation by a colored woman
as csrok in a first-olaes family Call for
3 days, X104 4th St. nw. it
WANTED By respectable colored girl, a
place to do Hcht housework or attend
to children. 1L19 let st. nw. It
SITU A TIONS WANTKD-FBSrALE.
WANTED A position by young lady
nomographer aud typewriter; 0 years' ex
perience; accurate anu rapid, thorough Eng
lish scholar; lias also rilled satisfactorily po
sition of business correspondent, without
dictations; rers : salary reasonable. Ad
dress, stating salary, ENGLISH, this oKiee.
WANTisu Situation as oook and laundress
tn pnvate ramily Call or address Io,
22 itsth- st. nw-. ltein
WANTED By a respectable woman, place
as nurse, chambermaid, or general house
worker. Call 1131 20tubU uul7-3t
WANTED 13y colored woman, washing at
home oi out. Address 409 K at. bw.
WANTED Situation uy competent wo
man to cook or general housework,
chambermaid. 1702 1-2 10th st. nw.
WANTED -By respectable white girl, place
as chambeimaid. Address H. R-, 1385
H st. ue. aul 5-3 1
WANTED Situation as housekeeper by
lady with little daughter. Address Mrs.
L. M., this office. aul5-3t
WAMLU-HorMg to board nt 515 per
month; first-class attention paid to
boarders. Call or address rear of 910
lj st nw. aul7-3t
WANTED A quantity of second-baud or
damaged awulng or tent canvus. Ad
dress CANVAS, this office. au!7-3t
1 WILL pay $25 to any one securing me
a position driving a Jxikery wagon. Ad
dies M. G. II., this ofiice. aul7-3t
WANTED -By experienced caterer, dining-room
in large boarding-house, where
rent would be taken for board. Address A.
L. ti., thib office. aul0-3t-ein
WILL TAKE CARE or pair or gpod work
hows on my rarm, MgnS usage, for their
board, good pauturage and grain fed
Apply to UEORUK E CALVL11T, U. S.
Cuurt or claims, 150U Pa ave. aulG-3t-ein
WANTED -National Capital Bank stock.
Address N. C.S., this otf ice. au!5-30t
WANTED Desks, showcascs.stoieilxtuies
and furniture at SINCLAIR'S. 016 La.
WANTED -Pupils to take dictation; terms
easy. Address STENOGRAPHER, this
office. . nuL5-3t
WANTED An Eddy refrigerator; medium
size; must be good aud cheap. Address
A. B. C. D. E. F., this office. aul5-3t
BU your winter coal at the dump, 3d
and.K. sts.se-aud save money. L -T.
floor: terms reasonable. 715 U st. nw.
FOR RENT 830 12th st. nw.; desirable
front rooms; fur.; reasonable; corner
J? OR RENT -Two large, fur., com. rooms,
2d rioor, with bath, one hall room; 3d
floor; rent reasonable; no -children. 813
tth st. uwr aul7-3t
FOR RENT To gentlemen; rooms; 58 and
SO: open on balcony. 019 La. ave. nw.
FOR RENT Three unf ur. rooms, 2d floor.
042 G st. ne. aulti-3t,em
FOR RENT-403 G st. nw .rumlshed front
aud communicating looms, also front
basement room; opposite Pension Park.
FOli RENT Nicely rur- room, 2d floor;
opens oa a veranda, $1-50 a week; board
irA'lesired. 12 Oth st. ne.. near E. Cap.
suf cars and Capitol. au!5-7t
i OR RENT Choicest, clean, cool rooms iu
city; cheap to nice people appreciating
sucn; no children. 1220 13th st. nw.
aul 5-3 1
FOR RENT Two unfurnished: two fur
nished; first and second floors; reason
able; coot. 717 II st.iiw. au!5-3t
FOR BENT -Nicely fur., large, comforta
ble rooms; very central; halls well fur.;,
terms very reasonable. 511 Oth st. trw.
VERT desirable cool rooms on first aud
second floor; single or ensuite, centrally
located; board optional, reasonable terma.
018. U st. nw. aul 5-3 1
FOR RENT Unexcelled accommodations
for a few persons of refinement in an
elegant new residence; Single or eu suite;
bay window; south: all m. i.; refs. ex.;
terms reasonable. OWNER, 221 B nw.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping; complete
ly Tur ; gas, bath, refrigerator; 2d rioor:
to respectable people: very reasonable. 524
9th st. sw. aul4-3t-em
FOR RENT Three nicely iur. rrcs. on
2d floor; with bath and gas. 223 1st
st- nw. aul4-3t-em
FOR RENT Opp. Cong. Library; 4 rooms
on 1st floor, 2 on 2d floor; fur orunrur.;
housekeeping; all con ; terms reasonable.
138 h,. Cap, st. au!4-3t-ein
FOR RENT Nicely fur parlor bedroom;
first floor, also two rooms; ?6 and ?1 0
a month: gentlemen only 1233 N. 3f. ave.
FOR KENT "UNFURNISHED- nOOMS
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms, on
second floor; for light housekeeping;
gas and bath on same. 025 4th st- nw.
FOR RENT Three large front rooms on
third floor, suitable for light housekeep
ing, and two on second floor. 120 E st.
nw. JAMES THOMAS. aul7-3t
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms; light
housekeeping; cheap. 436 1-2 H st. nw.
FOR RENT Unrur. back parlor, firsrtloor;
reasonable rent. 237 14th sc. sw.
FOR RENT 701 R. l. ave.; 3 cheerful,
cool, unrur. rooms; bathroom, no other
roomeis or children, convenient to market
and car lines; rent low; rets, required.
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms; light
housekeeping; 512. Paiticulars at 520
2istst. nw. aul5-3t
ROOMS AND HOARD.
54 A WEEK for good room and board:
splendid location. 716 12th st. nw.
FOR KENT Furnished rooms, with board,
in a pnvate ramily, 520 per month. 720
8th st. nw. aul5-0t
FOR RENT Fur. rooms, with or without
board. 1413 N st. nw. aul4-3t-em
WANTED 2 small rooms, unrur., 2d floor;
between 17th and 26th. sts.: must be
cheap; state price. Address BOX 17, this
office. j, It
WANTED Two unfurnished rooms: will
do houseworkor sewing ror rent. Address
"WORK, this ornce. It
WANTED Large front room by married
couple for light housekeeping: nice loca
tion; state terms. R. C, this office. It
WANTE.D Room in good locality with all
privileges: state terms. Address CON
FIDENTIAL, this office. aul7-3t
WANTSD Near Iowa Circle, by gentle
man and wife, 2 connecting, riirnished
rooms; second story; light housekeeping;
don't rail to state pricoi GOOD PAY,
this ornce. aul6-3t,em
WANTED By a refined lady with North
ern Republicans, a neat room; price 55
per month. Address BOX 5, this office.
WANTED Can accommodate a few more
boarders, at summer prices, which 1 will
make permanent to permanent parties; 516
per month; good table: nice location; con
venient to street and steam railroads.
MRS. POLLARD, 038 B fit, BW. It
WANTED By man and wire from coun
try, truck or stock rarm to work on
Ftiares or to tako care or. EXPERIENCE,
this of Dec. aul7-3t
WAN"! t.u Will buy small farm, near city,
at or near station: muse be cheap. Send
run description and price to FARM, tins
ornce. aul7-3 1
Xi-OR SALE-HORSES & CARRIAGE;:.
FOR SALE Pony end phaeton: kind and
gentle; also one large delivery horse.
In rear 612 G st. nw. au!7-3t
FOR SALE Good horse, buggy and har
ness, will sell ror 5115; must be sold im
mediately. Address HORSE, this office.
FOR SALE 2 wagons, 2 buggies, 2 sur
rics.l trap, 6 sleighs; also 2 cneap horses;
thebe goods ore left to bo sold: nothing ia
reason j-efuserL 927 D st., next Merchant'
Parcel Delivery Co jy29-tf,em
THE "3 DAYS" CURE (for men) leads
ail remedies ia this city; a prompt and
?ermanent euro or no charge; consultation
ree. DR. MciCEEKAN, 716 12th St. O.W.
LAD Y acquaintance desired. Address RE
SPECTABLE, this office. au!7-2t
No Imposition! Nothing but facts given
Clairvoyant and Palmist
Her predictions. information, and advice on
business, marriage, divorces, separations,
pensions, deeds, wills, lawsuits, traeis,
ost or stolen property, etc., are accurate
and truchrul. Names given. No matter
what trouble you may have, call on this
Sirted woman: she can help you out or alt
irricnlties. Absolute satisfaction guar
ant eed. German and EnglUh spoken. Resi
dence, 1303 u st nw. auia-imo
of Providence, R. I., Is a genuine sph
ilual medium ot the best class; can do
seen on ull business o every description,
all in trouble or doubt should see Urn at
once; gives full names ami perfect spirit
tests; sittings dally at 5S U st. n;,
from 10 a. m. to 8 p m.; terms mod
erate; refers you to National AbMieUtloilor
J and F Sts.
Treats successfully all Diseases of -he
Drain luid Nervous Systam, Diseiises of the
Bii)d, akin, Stomach, Kidneys and .Bladder,
Night Losses, Sexual Weakness, Stricture,
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Syphilis and all
Private Diseases ot either sex. Consulta
tion and Urinary Analysis free.
The highest ree churged, whether you
have one or more dibeases, is
Which includes all medicines.
Hours, 10 to 12 and 3 to 5, dally; Sun
day, 11 to 12. Jyi-t
MAS&AGE aud bath; manicuic and clilr-
nnoilisr.. 7(12 9th St. I1W.. open till U
PROF. CLAY-Oldest established medium
advertising in this city; consult hnn on
business, lawsuits, divorce, speculations,
separations, love or family troubles, can
tell you anything you wish to know; brings
separated husbandand wife together; makes
sweetheaitor lover truo;caues marriages;
removes spells or mysterious reelings,
gives luck: fee, 50 cents; hours, 10 to lti
daily. 489 II St. sw. atiM-3t
MADAME RETTA, clairvoyant, medium
and card reader, 25c and 50c. No. 510
E st. nw. aull-7t,em
CALL to see fortune teller. He will tell
anything you want to know. 315 Vir-
gmia avenue se. aul5-6t
Medium and card reader; Washington's
most ruinous clairvoyuut and palmist, con
sult her on business, love, and family af
fairs; reunites the snparated; removes spellB;
causes speedy marriages, and gives good
luck; open dally; Gerniau spoken", 2Dc.uud
50c; 929 11 st. nw. aul0-14t
A POIMfcR Tor you men that appreciate
tue value ot a dollar We uuw orrer ior
sue the rinest cubtom mode suits -Just
worn a little" at prices that will mae
you call again. JUSTH'S OLD STAND.
019 D uLnsv. aul-t
Mrs. DR. U
In obstetrics, gold medal awarded for the
science or obstetrics rrom the University
or Munich, Bavaria; treats succesarully
woman's complaints and irregularities; pri
vate sanitarium Tor ladies before aud dar
ing confinement. Orrice hours from 10 a.
m. to 5 p. m . No. H 7th st. ne.
F.H ALEE, Medium
Sclentirio palmist and card reader; tells
your Tull name, reveals your past, describes
the present, and foretells your future life;
also fells about business deals, lawsuit!,
love arralrs, family troubles, reunites the
separated, brings quarrels all right, re
moves apells, causes marriages, and gives
good luck, etc. Address P. O., care
Uen. Del., Atlantic City, N. J. Will re
turn hero lu Sept. Satisfaction guaran
teed. WANTED Ladles dresses made, 53 up;
perfect fit; Baughman's dresN-cutter, 5.
MME. HYATT, 908 N. "t-ave. Jy34-lmo
NAIIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
you ir street northwest.
Gold rilllngs and bridge work a spe
cialty, at the lowest pilce; amalgam idl
ings, 50c; full sets of teeth on plates, 55;
extracting, either by gas or local spraj-,
absolutely painless, OOo; without, 25c; all
work done by experts, and guaranteed the
best; open on Sundays rrom 10 to 3
MME. ESTELLE, Medium Tells paat,
present and future, icmoves evil Influ
ences: takers off spells, hours rrom 9 a. m.
to 9 p- in., cuies of femulu diseases. 146
East Capltolbt. au2-2wks-em
uiu in. Ave. .w., u-,nington, ). C
Treat all chronic and private diseases,
Piles, Stricture, Hydrocele, Gouc, Catarrh,
Dyspepsia, Blood Poison cured; vitality re
stored. Consultation Tree and confidential
to both sexes.- Dally, 9 to 12, 3 to 6.
EXPERT SPECIALIST In the
cure of all private diseases. Hydrocele
Varicocele, Stricture, Impotoncy, and
Syphilitic Diseases positively cured. Ad
vice and Consultation Free, lioth Sexes,
riours. y to 12, 2 to 5; Tues., Thurs , aud
Sat. evenings, 7 to 8. No. 002 F st. nw.
(Closed Sunday.) jelo-tf
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A flue oak ice
1002 Pa. ave. nw.
FOR SALE A patent cork healer for bot
tling beer, tost 40", good ab new: price,
520. Apply 802 8th st. sw. au!7-3t
FOR SALE AC a bargain, two large hotel
ranges; in splendid condition; also fur
niture and accessories or a first-class
dinlng-rooin; must be disposed of immedi
ately. Apply to H. ROSENBERG, sw. cor.
Bib and 1) sts. uw. au!7-3t
FOR SALE-Almost new, tent, 10x24;
suitable for re fresh mentor camping tent;
reasonable. Apply ne. cor. Howard ave.
and Center St., Mount Pleasant.
FOR SALE Job printing orrice, doing
good business: good location, cheap ror
casti. Address PRINTING, this oKice.
FOR SALE 5100 will buy "Grand Up
right" piano; almost new. HARD UP,
this orrice it-era
FOR SALE Have paid all but 5145 on a
5370 Grand Upright "Mathuslick" piano;
bought l year ago or the largest dealer In
the city; not a blemish on it; would like to
trade ror a diamond ring or diamond ear
rings. Address MATHUSHEK, this office.
FOR BALE Full-blood maltose kittens;
2 months old. Address MALTESE, this
f orrice. aul6-3t-em
FOR SALE Cheap; 40-egg incubator and
brooder. 217 G st. ne. aulG-3tem
FOR SALE 1 New Home, 510; 1 Singer,
improved, 512; 1 Singer, N. F., 57; 1
While. 57; 1 improved Domestic, 513.
FUNK'S SEWING MACHINE EXCHANGE,
327 C bt. se. aul0-3t-em
FOR SALE 52.98 for a 55.00 6-foot solid
oak extension table; over-stocked; call at
once. 313 7tU St. HW., REDMOND'S,
aul 5-3 1
FOR SALE Frame building on lot adjoin
iug Providence Hospital. Call at Provi
dence Hospital. aul4-3t-em
FOR SALE A fine Shetland pony. 510
Oth st. bw. aul4-3t,ein
FOR SALE Good oak bedstead, springs
and mattress; also stationary platform
rocking cradle, cheap.; Call at 004 E u.
FOR SALE National Cash Register at
half-price; used one year. Address CASH
REGISTER, this orfice. aul4-3t-em
FOR SALE Your choice of several thor
oughbred Bluebelton setter pnppies;
finest stock in city; will sell cheap: i220
13th st. nw. iul4-3t,cm
FOR SALE Young Cuban and Mexican par
rots, monkeys, gold fishes, dogs, pigeons,
canaries, incubators, bpratts and Austin's
dog bread; send ror catalogue. BCHMID'S
BIliD STORE, 712 12th st. nw. au4-tf
FOR.8ALE TWO FIRST-CLASS WH1T-
Uer boilers. lOu horsepower each, in ex-
ceueat condition, with a 100 horse-
fower Atlas engine; for sale cheap
r removed soon. Apply to STILSON
ItUTCUINS. Hutching Bulldiae, where boil
ers ana engine can be seen. jy2-tf
"FOR SALE The five-year' lease and im
provements or a nne uoaroiug stame.in
Bnlto- city; paying 25 percent; will ex
change Tor a oubiirbah place of this city.
Address STABLE. thW-'Offlcot -It
FOR SALE-Cigar btore doing fair busi
ness; good reasons for selling. 507 D
st. nw. aul7-3t
ppu SALE A saloon-in county; D. 0.; a
good place ror a bicycle track, etc.; lo
cated on electric line. Apply H.j). C,
this office. aul6-3t-em
FOR SALE One of the best load houses;
rull license, etc. AddresaB. 0.,thlb office.
FOR BALK- Grocery, meau and provision
store; best location iu the, city; doing a
good business; going out of business reason
ror selling S.C. B-.thlfioffloe. aul0-3t-cm
FOR SALE 5150 will buy stocn and
rixtures of a grocory store; house of 7
rooms in nw rent $25.00 a bargain. COM
MLRC1AL, 510 F St. n W aui5-3t
FOR SALE Ono of the finest hotels and
bar lu the city; ouly those with money
need apply, COMMERCIAL, 510 F st.nw.
FOR SALE 5350 will buy acornergrocery
btore, Willi horse and wagon; will in
ventory 5380; good business stand; rent
518. COMMERCIAL, 510 F st. uw.
FOR faALE We now have a bargain to
orier you in a corner conrectionery store;
rine location. COMMERCIAL, 510 F st,
FORSALE If youwant your store sold
quick, see COMMERCIAL, 510 F st. uw.
FOR SALE We can sell the best bargain
ever orrered in a cigar, notion aud con
fectionery store;rine business chance; cheap.
COMMlSH0iAL,510 F St. nw. UUl5-3t
FOR SALE Bar. with hotel. We nai'e 2
or the bet barrooms in the city with
hotels attached; electric rans aud every-
nunc complete. COMMERCIAL, 510 F nw.
foil is Am We have one or the b.st puy
lug groceiy stores in this city, doing a
business of 505 n day; 5150 on Saturdayrt.
COMMhltCiAL, 510 F nw. auI5-3t
JiOK HALE After trying in vain to bell
your store lor 0 months, see Commercial
and havo it sold at once. COMMERCIAL,
510 F nw. aulu-3t
FOR SALE 5000 will buy a rirst-ciass
grocery on Pa ave.; rent only $24; good
niisiness and Hue location COMMLRi IAL,
WANTED A lady partner with capital of
5100. Address CAPITAL, this office.
UNLESS YOU TRY
Would you buy
Would you sell
Would you rent
Would vou loan-
Would you exchange
xi 8SS$ &S& 45J 6JS"$ J8
Try an ad In the, Want Columns
of ttao Timea nd
FOR SALE 5225 will buy a grocery that
will inventory 5300, old established
slaud; rent $10. COMMERCIAL, 51o F
85. nw. t pul5-3t
FOR SALE A fine grocery store on
7th st : price, $l,2Uo:- doing a large
business;, the stock will Inventory yhat we
ask COMMERCIAL, 510 F 'fit. iiY.
mil 5-3 G -r
FOR SALE-Job printing ofrice; flrt
cla&s outnt; dolug good business; every
thing new; best ot reasons ror selling;
will sell reasonable. Address XXX. this
ACTIVE MAN cau secure hair inteiest
in legitimate wholesale business ror
small amount, profits large; money secure.
Aqdre3i SECURE, this office- a ulo-3t
FOR SALK-Great bargain ir told'atonce,
cigar and tobacco store. No. 719 D bt.
StiO WILL buy nice little grocery store ir
sold at once. xVddress D. C, this orrice.
FOR SALE Saloon, cheap; best location
In south wost; low rent: cabinet flxtuies.
doing a good business, best or leasons ror
selling, ir you mean business call at 615
7th st. sw. au3 2-7t
FOR SALE Stock and rixtures or meat
and provision store, corner 8th and O
sts. uw.; rine location; will be sold cheap
ror cash. Address BARGAIN, tins office.
IF lOU HAVE done business with us you
know us. Why not know us better?
Ladies', misses' and child's oxfonl ties,
sold ror 51.00, 51.25 and 51.50, now 50c;
men's shoes from 98c. "up. At lt-03 Pa.
ave. nw., J. w. SELBY-'S. aul7-0t
WE DO NOT run our business for the fun
or the thing, nor for the benefit of our
heuitu; hut we do it ror profit, and so
do you. Ladleb 51.50 and 52.00 button
shoes now 98c. to close them out. At
SELBV-'S, 1903 Pa. ave. nw. au!7-6t
LET US GET better acquainted. Men's
an worsted serge coat and vest, hair
lined, tailor made, 54.50, sold for $7.60:
an all Worsted 510 suit, 57.25; nicely
made. At SELBY'S, 1903 Pa. ave. uw.
1 Will hereafter extract teeth with
nitrous oxide gas for 50o per tooth.
Best teeth S7 per set. Gold crowns, 58.
Amalgam fillings, $1. Have filled forty
thousand teetn in this city; extracted
twenty thousand teeth, and made over six
thousand Eet Dr. S. T.MASON, 711 12th
st. uw., rormerly cor. 12th and Pa. ave.
PRINTING 1,000 Circulars, 51; 500 good
envelopes, 51; typewriter circulars, $2.50
per 1,000. ZIEGLER, 810 F st. uw.
THAT 50c box of 25 cigars better than
any 5c cigars. NATIONAL CIGAR
FACTORY, 1011 Pa. ave It
WALL PAPERS Rooms papered" from
52 up; latest styles of papers. CHAS.
SILENCE, .217 O st. ne. ' aul5-Gt
WEYLER TO BE REPLACED-But a new
captain general won't iuterfero with our
business. We do the best wall papering
and Interior decorating 'in the city at the
lowest prices. Rooms papered, 52 up.
F. G. NOLTE, 810 9th st. No branch.
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
Printing 500 cards, 75a; 500 envelopes,
75af 500 note heads, 70c; 500 state
meats, 75c: binding magazi.ies, 50o.;
miscellaneous books rebound. G. E.
WILLIAMS, 615 7th st. nw. leO-tr
I WONDER who pays the highest pricet
ror gents' cast-ofr clothing; drop postal.
BAUL BROS., 923 D Bt.nw. roylo-anio
AT THE Huslness Ofrice of The Times
you will find Window Cards of all de
6Cilt)tlons "Table Hoard," "Furnished or
Unfurnished Rooms,""Unr.urni8hed Rooms,"
"Furnished Rooms, With or Without
Board,' "Furnished Rooms, With Board,"
"Furnished Rooms." Five cents 1b the
price ot each card- ap21-tr
FURNITURE moved; largest 2-horse load,
52.50; 1-horse loads, $1.25; pianos, $2:
rurniture packed and shipped; experienced
men only; storage. COLUMBIA TRANS
FER CO., 323 4 1-2 st. nw. -mono j.vuO
LOST On the 15th, a sum of money $55),
nee. 1 tn ana u sts. ne. anu -iim anu u
sts. nw. Reword ir returned to 603 4th
LOST Left on a bench in Mount Vernon
Park, a black pocketbook containing
over 55. Return to 1506 lstst.sw.and re
ceive reward. It
LOST White and lernon colored tetter
dog; answers to name of Paul. Return
to63i P st. sw., and receive reward. It-em
LOST Gentleman's scarr pin with locomo
tive engraved on it; lost on going from
8th and T sts. to 6th, bet. I and G sts.
se."" Suitable reward paid ir leit at 453
l8t.st.se. - aul4-3t-era
for sale Aypaprr. "
THOMAS E.WAGGAMAN,917F ST.NW.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
2209 13th st.nw., 6 rms...
... 25 00
... 35 00
... 25 60
... 23 00
... 22 50
... 0 30
... 0 00
... 12 00
iu va. ave. sw., 7 rms
1310 L st. nw., io rms.
619 it st. nw., 7 rms....
1831 Vt.ave.nw.,8 rms
530 2ist st. nw., 0 rms
730 5th st. so., 8 rms
335 O st. sw., 5 rms
72 O st. ne., 4 rms .-.
2904 7thst.nw.,0 rms
STORES, OFFICES, ETC.
Stable, rear 1314 Mass. ave. nw..5125 00
Store, 020 La. ave. nw 115 00
CentralBuiIdlug,Roomsllandl2.. 30 00
Hall, 3d floor, 410 loth st 35 00
Store and dwg., 1101 4th st. ne.,
7 rooms 30 00
Store and dwg., 037 Fla. ave. uw.,
8 rooms 2500
30 D st.. Room 1 15 00
Stable, lenr 1417 K bt. nw lb 00
Stable, rear 1029 O st. nw Io 30
Store, 937 Fla. ave .. 10 00
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Lots Aubrey Heights 5600
Lots Berwin Heights 000
Lotf Kensington Heights BOO
Lots Charlton Heights 250
Lots 3d st, bet K aud L ne 950
Lots Cleveland Heights 32 1-2
Lota Cleveland Heights . .30
Lote Falrview. Ivy City 25
Lots Va ave, bet 27th and 28th sts.. .60
Lots Hllgo. Md 02
Lots Takoma Park 09
TWOSTOR1 BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE
909 aud 911 llthstnw,rb,7inib.512,500
914 B st sw, b h, 9 rms l2'992
917 8thstnw,b h, 6 rms ti'9
Cottage, Wesley Heights, 9 rms.. 7500
012 Q st nw, b h, 7 rms 7,000
1520 O st nw, b h, 7 mis 6,200
1100 21st uw, r h. 5 rms 6,150
1940 11th st nw, b h, 8 rms 5,500
82 L st nw, b h, 6 rms H'000
3338 and 3340 T st nw. f h. both. 2,600
1003 19th st nw. b h. 6 rm 4,270
59 Fla ave inv, b h, 7 rms 6,000
Store uud dwg, 13th st, bet E and
F. 7 rms 5,600
316 1-2 and 318 I stse.b h, 4 rms 2,400
301 O st sw, b h, 6 rms 2,000
1112 K st se, r h, 5 mis 1,500
The above is only a portion ot the prop
erty on my books. For rull list call at or
rice ror bulletin issued on the 1st aud 16th.
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN,
917 F St. N.W.
FOR SALE or rent-424 11th sL se
near Pa. ave., 6-room house; bath, large
yard, in good condition, pleasant location.
OWNER, 600 A st. ne. aul4r3t-am
How sure are trie returns
from a Tim 03 adlet.
4xiSs3$3'$ $& $
QxP&Q e-& & $48SSx5(3
FOR RENT HOUSES.
358 Vant st. sw., bet. M and N
sts., l n., 2 rms 53 30
2001 faeatou st. nc., bet. F and G
Mts.,trrns.., 5 00
15 Blugden a alley nw, bstM: and N
sts,4rs 6 80
237 Wilson st. nw., near Howard
Univ.,. 5 rooms 7 00
10m Rover s alley nw, bet K and L
2010 Columbia terrace nw., bet.
-IS and Fsts.,4 rms - 7 30
28 Gordon's ave. ne., bet. F and
G sts., 4 rms 7 30
836 l-arragut St., near7th st.ext.,
5 rms 8 00
3-44 brace st.nw., south orM bt.,
915 Golden stsv,4
VILAS Frisco otnw.het V and W..ra.
1731 Hayes ct. nw., bet. D and E
sts., 5 rms
7 tJeott ave. nw., near Whitney ave,
5 Scott ave. nw., near electriccars,
1636 Superior st. nw., Meridian
Hill, 8 rooms
1510 Columbia st.nw., bet. P and Q
sts, Srs 7.
Mount Vernon Hall, cor.N. Y. ave.
and 7th st.nw
OOOOthstnw.Jdand.ld rioors,5rs.. 18 00
222830 7th bt. nw., 2 floors, 5
rooms ID 00
For full list or houses, call at orfice.
A. S. CAYWOOD, 933 Oth bt. nw.
FOR KENT 432 Q street nw..houseopen, 6
rooms: ball, range, bath, gas, new paper
ing; bacK building; parking; large back yard:
ananged for two families; improvements
finished; 520. aul5-3t
FOR KENT 1328 New Jersey ave. and O
st. nw.; corner house; rent reduced to
FOR RENT-515, 110 Jefferson St., Ana
costia, 0 rooms; hall room; bath; now;
large lot; 520.50, 1109 B st. se., G rooms
and bath; $23, 113 7th st. so., 6 rooms and
bath; 530, 1616 Vermont ave. nw.. 8 rooms
and bath. L.STARGARDTER,Room2,613
lOthjs nyr. au 15-36
FOR RENT In good neighborhood'. 5-room
nhrl cellar bnck; newly papered and
painted: rent, 513. Apply 208 F st. nw.
FOR RENT-53o750TlS15 G st. nw.; sanl
tary plumbing; large yard: newly paperea
and palmed; cool, pleaaut rooms; every
thing! n complete order Apply to WES
COTT & WILCOX, 1907 Pa. ave. nw.
FOR RENT OR LEASE.
FOR RENT OR LEASE In Laurel. Md.,
cor. store; 10x48; good bhelving and
counters; large cellar and electric lights.
Address CW.BOND.Laurel, Md.
JJ'OK SALE Two-story brick store and
dwelling; a. tn. I.; good location, near
Columbia cars; brick stable; price, -only
3,2(io; $200 cash and balance 520 per
month. Address owner, L., this orrice.
FOU SALE Two-story 6-room .dwelling;
nicely papered. lot 16x7b to irr-rt. alley;
price, only $1,600; small cash payment:
oalance monthlr- Address OWNER, B ,
.this ornco. aul6-3t-em
OR SALE Ten acres garden land: 20
minutes' walk rrom HlL-hinnrt stntfnn. a a.
dresg GEORGE TURNER, Bladensburg-P. O.
FOlt SALE In the suburbs of Washing
ton, a residence with 2 to 6 acres of
giound; cheap; on a line or steam rail
road. Address w. J. L., Uiia orfice.
FOR SALE BICYCXES.
FOR SAX.E A gent's wheel, nearly now;
searchlight lamp; no reasonable orrer re
rused; 4 to 7 p. m., 1907 N. II. ave. nw.
FOR SALE Boy's 26-inch Crendella wheel:
pneumatic tire; 54. Address BARGAIN
X, this orrice. aulQ.3t-em
FOR SALE OR BXCHAJfGE.
FOR SA'LB OR EXCHANGE A heavy,
open-raced silver watch (Elgin National
Watch Co's. make), In good order; valued
at $25? will sell or trade cheap. Address
WATCH, this orfice. aulo-3t-em
FOR JBENI-Stora and dwelling, Nos.
131)1-3 1.1th st. sfe., newly papered aud
painted; 7 rooms; large stable; will rent
together or separate; rent reasonable.
POH SATJE TATS.
i'Ult SALis A great- sacrifice, 2 of the
best located lots in suburban town.Ad
' dress SACRIFICE, this office. au!7-3t
WASHINGTON, AUXANDHIA ANU
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13 1-2 St. A Fu. Avow
in erreoc Alar v. X8U7.
For Alexandria iweek days). 0.30, 7:0B,
7:36. ex.; 8:00, 8:30, ex.: R. :0.
lO:oa, ex.; 11:00, ii:45. a. m. 12:05. ex
12:20, 1:10, 1:40, 2:05. ex.; 2:40, 3:00,
ex.; a: 30, 4:00, ex.: 4:15, ex.; 4:45. 5:05,
0:20, ex.; 5:40, 6:00, ex.: 6:25. 7:00, 8;00,
tt:0U, 10:00, li:20, ll:BU d. m.
For Alexandria (Buuday ouiy). 8:00,
:oo, 10:00, 10:30, 11.00, 11.30. a. ra.
12:00, noon. 12:30. 1:00. 1:30. 2:00, 2:30,
8:00, 3:30, 4:00, 4:00. 5:00, 5:30. 6.00,
6:30, 7:uo. 8-00. u:0. 10:00. 11 -20 p. rn.
For MountVernou.Dykeana Way Stations
(week days), 6:30, 10:05, 11:00 a. ra.
12:05, l:in. 2:05. 3-00. 4:ti0. 4:15 p. m-
For Dyko and Kiversido, 7. 8 p. m.
For Mount Vernon ana Way Statioai.
(Buuday only), 9:00, 11:00 a. m., 2:00.
4:00 p, rn.
For Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge
(weekdays), 8:00. 8:30.9:00 10:05.11:00,
11:45 a. rn., 12.05.12:20,1:15, 2:05, 2:40,
H.OU, 3:30, 4:OU, 4:16. 6:20, U.o5, 6.25,
7 00. a:oo p. m.
For Arliugton ond Aqueduct Brldas
Uuuday only), b-oo, 0:00. 10:00 10:30,
11:00, ii;ao a. m. 12:00 noon. 12:30,
1:00, 1:30. 2:00. 2:30. 3:00. 3:30. 4:00.
4::m. o:UO. 6:30, 6:00. 6:30, 7.00. 8.00
Baggage checked Tree Tor passengers
holding rirst-class Uckcta at Htation. Bi
cycles. 26 cents each.
(Schedule In elfcct July 4. 18U7.I
All trains arrive uuuieavu .Pennsylvania
8:12 a.m. Daily, local for Danville, Char
lotte aud way stations, connects as Manas
sas for Strasburg, Harrisonburg, and
Staunton, dally, except Buuday, and at
Lynchburg with the Norfolk and Western.,
dally, aid with the Chesapeake and Ohio,
daliy, fur the Natural Bridge and Lex
ington. J.1US a. m. Dally.the UNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, curries Pullman buffet
sleepers. New york and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with
Pullman Sleeper for Asbevllle and Hot
Hprlugi. N. C, Knoxvllle, Chattanooga and
Nashville, Tenn,, audat Charlotte with Pull
man Sleeper for Augusta. Pullman BuffeS
Sleeper New iTorkto Wew Orleans, connect
ing at Atlanta ror Birmingham and Mem
nhis. Solid train. Washington to New
Orleans without change. Sunset personally
conducted tourist excursion through sleeper
on this train every Wednesday to San Fran
Cisco, without change,
4 .01 n. m Local ror Front Royal, dtra
burg and Harrisonburg, with connection ror
Utaunton, daily, except Sunday.
4.51 p. in. Daily, local for Charlottes
vlllo. 10:43 p. rn. Daily, WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN, VESTIBULED, LIM
ITED, composed or Pullman Vestibuled
sleepers, dining cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New Xork to Nash
ville. Tenn., via Asheville, Knox villa
and Chattanooga, New Jork to Tainpa,
via Charlotte. Columbia, Savunnuu and
Jackscnvllle, New y.ork to Memphis, via
BiimiDgham, New York to New Orleans,
via Altauta and Montgomery. Vestibuled
day coach Washington to Atlanta. South
ern Railway dining car, Greensboro to
TRAINS ON WASHINGTON A.VD OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington 9:01 a. m.
daUy, 1:00 pvm- ana 4 45 p. m. daily, ex
cept Uuuday.and 0:25 p. m. Suuday only
rorRcundUUl;4:32p. in. daily, except Sun
day ior Lecsuurg, aud 0:25 p. m. daily ror
Hernoon. Returning, arrive at Washing
ton 8 26 a. ni and 8:40 p. m. dally, and
8:00 p. in. doily, except Suuday, rrom
Round Hill, and 7-06 a. m. daily, except
Sunduy, from Uerndon, and 8.54 a. m.
Cuily, except Sunday, from Leesburg.
Through trains rrom the South arrive at
Wasbiugtoa 6:42 a. m.. 2.20 p. m. and
9:25 p. m. daily. Harrisonburg, 12:40 p.
111. and 9.25 p. m. dally, except Sunday,
and 8:30 a. m. daily from Charlottesville.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation and in
rormatlou rurutslied at offices, 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenue, and at Pean
eylvauia Railroad Passenger Station.
W. 11. UiusEN. uen. supt.
j. At. OUU, a-ruftic Aluunger.
W. A. TUHK, lien. I'usb. Agent.
1 ti. BROWN.'. Geo. Agt. X'ax. Ueptt
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF
THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Wash
ington, D. C, August 13. Ifc97. Notice is
heieby given that the Commissioners ot the
District or Columbia intend to make the
following improvements, whiob. are. in their
judgment?, necessury Tor the public health,
safety and comrort. Assessments ror oue
hair the cost or the same will be made a
pmvlded ror in pubho act No 171, ap
proved August 7, 1804. Parties who are
mteiested in the proposed work are hereby
notlHed that the Commissioners of the
District nr Columbia will give a hearing at
the District building on the 1st day or
September, 1897, at 11 o'clock a. tn., to
any aud ail persons who may desire to
object to said improvements being made
SetNew uranite Curbing: On botlisides
or 13th st., between F and G sts.'nw ,
float or squareo 253 and 289; estimated
bet New Curbing and Lay Cement Side
walk, on the north side -or li street, be
tween 17th and lbtn sts., nw., rront
of square No. 168; estimated cost, $1,797.
on tne east side of 13th st. 11W.. between
K andS sts., rroat r square 276; estimated
cost, 51,370. on both sides or Spruce st-,
between 3d and L.arcn sts., Le Droit 1'arir,
rront ot blocks 4, 8, 13, and 14, Le Droit
Park; estimated cost, 52,700. On both
side or A st. se., between 2d and 3d sts ,
Trout or squares 760 and 761; estimated
cost, 51,890. On both sides of- 13th st..
rrom Clirton to Harvard sts.", front or
blOOkS 27, 26, 25, 24, 30, 31, 32, and 33,
Columbia. Heights; estimated cost, $5,200.
Reset Curbs and Lay Cement Sidewalk.
On the south side of I St., between 11th
and 12th St. ne., rront ot square 981";
estimated cost, $545. On the north aide or
Pennsylvania avenue, between 14th and
15th "sts. nw, Tront or lots D, K. and E,
square 226; estimated cost, $125.
Lay Cement sidewalk lu rront or lot
A, square 23b; estimated cost, 53S.30.
On north side or Yale street, between
12tn and 13th streets, lu rront or lots
y, 10. 11 and 12, block 25, 'Columbia
Ueigius; estimated cost, $50. On north
side or Princeton street, between 13th and
14th streets, in rront or block 33, Columbia
ileignis; estimated cost, 5760. .
Lay Vltriricd or Asphalt Block Pave
ment: in alley in square 881; estimated
cost, 51.448. In alley in square St2; esti
mated cost, 51.030. In all alleys in square
393; estimated cost, 51.290. In all alleys In
square 1039? estimated cost, $1,000. In
the cobble portion or alley in square 491;
estimated cost, $3,312. In alley In rear
or JHott school building, block 3, part or
Howard University; estimated cost, 5$30.
in the west alley or square 1244, leading
south from P street; estimated cost. $735.
JOHN W. BOSS, JOHN B. WIGHT,
WILLIAM M. BLACK, Commissioners, D.
C. aul6,.17 .27,28
EXTENSION OF HIGHWAY8 IN THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBL Washington,
July 1, 1897. To whom it may concern:
The commission created by section 2 or
the act or Congrtss approved March 2,
1893, entitled "An act to provide a per
manent system or highways iu that part
ot the District or Columbia lying outside cf
cities," has received rrom the Commis
sioners of the District of Columbia a terti
Tied copy or a map showing- a proposed
permanent system of highways iu the
District o f Columbia within the area
bounded by North Capitol street, Florida
avenue, Eastern Bransh. and the District
line. This map and plats showiujr In de-
taiL how each lot and tract is affected by
the proposed system or highways, are now
on exhibition in Room 9, 4th floor, of the
District Building. All persons interested
are invited to examine the map and plats.
The .ommission will consider any sugges
tion or protest concerning the location of
anvhicrhwav or nortion of a hluhwar as
shown on the map. The suggestions and
protests must be in writing and must 5
forth clearly the reasons ror the changes
and show the property owned or controlled
by tho objector. AH protests, etc.. must
be submitted on or bcrore the FIRST OF
OCTOBER, 1897, and be addressed to tho
Chicr on Engineers, U. S. Army. War De
partment, Washington. D. C. The com
mission will meet October 15, 1897. at 9
o'clock a. m.. In the orrice or the Secre
taiy or War, to dispose of all objections,
and will then hearoraUy from those who de
sire to thus support their written objec
tions. R. A. ALGER, Secretary or War;
C. N BLISS, Secretary or the Interior;
JOHN M. WILSON, Chier or Engineers, U.
S. Army. jyl2-15t,au9-15k
Three scholarships, awarded each year to
successful competitors, are open lor the
year 1897- 98. .Examinations on Septem
ber 1, 2 and 3.
The examination ror entrance will em
brace tiie rudiments or English grammar ,
arithmetic, United States history, and
United states geography. The examina
tion lor any particular class will embrace
the matter or the preceding class Students
rrom the city and vicinity are eligible, and
the successful candidates will receive a
free scholarship in the classical depart
ment or the college. This is an orrer which
young- men should appreciate, as the op
portunity Is afforded to secure a rirst class
education rree ot all expense.
Any boy receiving a scholarship must
have a monthly aveiage ornrty marks; ir
he fall below this two months in succes
sion the scholarship will be withdrawn.
aul 5-2 w
&L. AlAR'S AUAinSM..,
Boarding: and day school for young-ladies
and children, will reopen Monday. Sept
6. For particulars addresu SISTER S0
PERIOK, - aalO-Imo
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND M
7pVvb-aMweelc days PITTS BnRQ EX
hniS StES?0 aad -Diaing Cars. Horn
iiPrf? ? JRtoburg.
Hi?r -iNSYLVANIA LIMITED
niTs."0?!11 fa,eePlnR. Dinlns. dmoklnsrand
rinLatJ?a.Cars' Barrrj.s to t-hfrago,
lanrt JV-ahiimpolls. StAouls. Clel
Uamabuts ' 'BUtret 1arkr 0a to
1 PRHnVfvilST LINE-Pullman Buffet
1," ,0LL&S 5 Barrisburg. Buffet Parlor
BiuVte toPittiburg. iUfcarwr
"f..- CHft,AUO ANO 6ST Loui3
Express -sleeping Car Waaninrtoa
PnroTT101!' ana Sleeping and Dfiiin
PS? ,?Ib',JS- ! P. L&uto. NashviSf
, .: .."" 1 auu i;nicatro
Car taTh;;D " """-""- iu
P,m3 SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS .
7;, Sleeping Cars Washington to
Jtsburg and Harriaburg to St. Loida .
'-40 P if. PACIF10 EXPRES3-Pru
t ? peeping Car to Pittsburg.
?Jr- ir-for iane. Canandahrua. Roche
tcr ana Niagara Fails aoily, except
1;P l' m-for FJmira and Rencvo. dally,
except bundays- Por Wlliiamsport, daily.
3.40 p. m.
7:i"il l,"-ror WJHlams)ort. Rochester. Erie.
oUifaIP fiaa Niagara Fans daily, except
7tlLruiyr. wlth Sleeping Car Washington'
10?..p m- ror Erl and Elmlra. daUr.
ior Lanandalgua. Rochester. Bufralo and
Niagara Fans, Saturday nlghta only. Pull
man Seeping Car Washington to Rocbea-. -
"or iniladeiprjia. Aew xoru aoa
4'"P-..ni. "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
I1ED," dally, ail Parlor Cars, with Dia.
ItS Sar rrom Baltimore. Regular at 7:00
(Dining Carl, 8:00, 9.00, 10:00 ( Dining
Car), and 11.0a Dining Car rrom Wil
mington) a. in.. 12 45, 3 15, 4:20, 6:50,
.? aa 11:35 ? m- b 8uaday.7:00
(Dining Car). 8:00, 9.00, 11:00 (Dlnlnir
S&.Urti.m Wilmington) a. ra.. 12.15,3:15,
!' 6:0, 10:00 and 1135 p. m. For
Philadelphia only. Fast Express. 7:60 a.
ra. weekdays. Express. 12:l5p m.weei
days. 2:01 and 5 40 p. m. dolly. For
Boston, without change. 7 50 a. m. week
days, and 4.20 p. m. dally.
Saratoga Express iParlor Car), 9.00 a.m.
For Baltimore. 6.25, 7.00, 7.50. 8.00,
6 -OO. 10.00. 10.50.andll.00 a.m.,12.13,
12.45.12 50-3.01. 3.15,3.40,(4.00 Lim
ited) 4.20. 4.36, 5.40, 6.15, 6.50, 7J.0,"
10 00, 10.40, 11.15. and 11.3t p.m.
On Sunday, 7 00.8 00. 9.00 9.05,10.50,
11-00 a. m., 12.15. 1.16, 2.01 ,3.15, 8:40,
14.00 Limited), 4.20. 5.40, 6.15,6.60,
7.10, 10.00, 10.40, and 11.35 p. m.
or Pope's Creek JUine. 7 50 a. m.and 4.38
p. m. dally, except Sunday. Sunday.
9.05 a m.
For Annapolis. 7.00. 9.00 a. m., 12.15 ,
and 4.20 p. m. dally, except Sunday.
Sundava. 9 00 a. m. and 4.20 n. m.
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Florid
aud points on Atlantic Coast Line. 4.30
a m.. 3.46 p. ra. daily; Richmond only.
10 57 a. m. week-days; Atlanta Special,
via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line,
4.40 p. m. dally. Accommodation for
Quantico, 7.45 &. m. daliy, and 4.23
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 Market s trees
wharr, O.tlO a. m. tBatura?vs only).
10.00, 11,00 a. m., and 12.45 p ra. week
days, 11.35 p.m. daUy- Sunday only,
For Cape May. 10.00. 11.00 a.m.. 12.45
p. m. week days, 11.35 p. m. dally.
Ticket orriccs, corner Firteenth and O
streets, and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left for tha
checking of baggage to destination rroxa
notels and residences.
J. B. HUTCHINSON, General Manager.
X R. WOOD. Ceneral Passenger Agenk.
Schedule in effect June 5. 1897.
Leave Washington rrom station corner of
ftew jersey avenue and 0 st.
For Chicago and Nurtnwest. VcsUbuled
Limited trains, 1O.00, 11 45 &. m.. 8.05
For Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapo
lis. Express. 11.45 a. m. Vesttbuled-Lim- .
Ited, 3.40 p. in., express 11 30 p. is.
For Pittsburg anu Cleveland, expreaa
daily 10:00 a m. and 8:50 p. m.
Far Columbus, Toledo aud Detroit, 11:30
For Winchester ana wav station?. aS:00.
all:45 a. m.. a5:30 p. in.
For New Orleans. Memphis, Birmingham.
Chattanooga, Knoxvule. Bristol and Roan
oke, 11.20 p. m. daily; Sleeping Oast
For Luray, 3.40 p. n daily.
For Baltimore, wesit-uayi,, 500, 6:30,
X7.05. X7J.O. X7 30. 5.8.00. 8.30. x9:30,
xlO:00, 212:00 a. m X12.05. 12:10,
X12 40, X3 00, 3 20, X4:30, 4.33, x5:05,
X5 10. X5:30. X6.20. 6:30. Kj 00. 8:15.
X9.20, 11:15, xll.50 p. m., and 12:0L
nignt. Sundays, x7.05, x7 10, x7 30, 8:30,
xu.uo a. m., X1Z.U&, xlz 4U, i:uu, xs.uu,
3:20. 4.35, X5.05, x5:I0, 6.30, X8.00,
X9.20, 11.1 5, xll no p. m., X12.U1 night
For Annapclis. 7.10 and b.30 a.m.. 12.10
and 4.30 p. m. Sundays, s.30 a.m., 4.35
For Frederick, week days, h.oo a. m-,
11.45, 4.30, 5.30 p. m. Sundays, 8.00
a. in., 1.15 p. m.
For Hagcrsto.vc, alO 00 a. m.anda5.30
For Boya and way points, week day3.
8.00 a. m., 4 30, 5.30, 7.05 p m. Sunday
9.00 a. m., 1.15, 7.05 o jn
For Galtheraburg aud way points, weei
days, s.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, 9.00 a. ra., 1.15, 4.33, 7.05; 10.13
For Washington Junction ar-d way points,
8.00 a. ra., 4.30. 5.30 p. m., week days,
9.00 a. m., 1.15 p. m., Sundays.
For Bay Ridge, week aavp, 9 J. 5 a. ra.
and 4.30 p. in. Bundays, 9.35 a.m., 1.30
and 3.15 p. m.
Royal Blue Lino for isew xorK ana
All trains illuminated with PinXsch light.
For Philadelphia. New York. Boston and
the .tast, wr.ek days, 7.05, b.00, 10.00 a.
m 12.00, (12.40 Dining Cars). 3.00.
(5.05 Dining Car), (12.0a night, sleeping
car, open at 10.00 o'clock). Sundays, 7.0o,
9.00 a. m. 112.40 Dining Cars). 3.00.
(5.05 Dining Car). 12.01 night, sleeping
car, open 10.00 o'clock. Additional train
for PhUadelphia, week days, daily, 8.00
Buffet Parlor Cars on all day trains,
ior Atlantic city, l.vo. 10.00 a.cin
12.U0 noon. 12.40 and 3.00 p. m., weeU
aavs, i--iu p.m., Sundays.
For Cape May, 12 noon,
atxeept Sunday xLxpress trains.
Baggage caned ror and checked from
hotels and residences by Union Transfer
Co., on orders lert at ticket offices, 019
Pennsylvania avenue northwest. New York
avenue and Fifteenth strefct, and at Depot.
WM. M. GREENE, D. B." MARTIN,
Uen. Manager. Mgr. Pass.Trarnc.
PKOPOSAL3 will be received at the Bu
reau of Supplies and Accounts, Navy De
partment, Washington, D. C. until 12
oMock noon, AUGUST 31.1897, and pub
licly opened immediately thereafter to fur
nish at the Navy 1'ard, Washington. D.C.
a quantity or xtatiGuery and steelcastlngs.
Blank proposals will be furnished upon ap
plication to the Navy Yard, "Washington.
D. C, or to the bureau. EDWIN STEW
ART. Paymaster General, U. S.N.
WASHINGTON, D- C. August 10, 1897.
Sealed proposals will be leteived at tho
office or tne president or the Loaid or trus
tees of the Heform School, D. C, Depart
ment of Justice building, until 12 o'clock
noon ot FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1697, for
supplying the Reform Schol, D. C, with,
coal ror the riseal year ending June 30.
1898. Specifications and instructions to
bidders can be obtained on application to
the secretary of the hoard, Mr.S. W. Cur
riden. No-1423 F street northwest. Right
to waive defects and to reject any or all
bids is reserved. CECIL CLA Y, President
Board of Trustees, Reform School. D. C.
salu or old material atthe Naval Proving
uround, Indian Head, Md.- There willbe
sold at the Naval Proving Ground, Indian
Head, Md , material belonging to the Navy, -condemned
as unrit ior use therein, consist
ing or scrap steel andiron. The sale will
be lor cash to the-highest biddor, by sealed
proposals, to beopened at.t p. m. AUGUST
30, 1897. Schedules containing- Torm of
proposal and terms or sale will be fur
nished on application "fo the Inspector or
Ordnanceiu chargeof station. Indian Head.
Md. T- KOOSKVELT.ActlnSecretaryor
the Navy. aul3,17,20,24-4t
WANTED A 7 or S room house In good
locality, at a costotS4,000 to55.000rln-
exchange for stock in iuu uufacturiflg con
cern with paid-up capital of 550,000- Ad
dress BOX 57, this orrice. aul7-3t
WANTED To rent small house and aom,
ground on-line or steam orelpctrlc road;
Address PERMANENT, thb office.
WANTED To rent. In the suburbs: small
house or flat; with mudern improvements.
Address RESPONSIBLE, this office.