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THE MOB KING TIMES, THP.KSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1897.
'MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN.
A LAUX desires to borrow from another
lady $&oo; will deposit stocus worth
ten times the amount; par liberal Interest
ana give information for a profitable : in
vestment if desired. Address KELiABLE,
this offlcc. It-em
WAMti) -S3.D00 to complete one or the
best real estate Investments in the -Uis-triet;
subscriptions received in iumb ci
not lets tlian 5500; sate and certain to
pay. For information address BOX 150,
tins office. au!7-3t
LOANS from $5 to $50 to reliable parties;
also inoaey advanced on bicycles, Hoom
8, Central iildg., cor. 9la and Pa. ave. nw.
A NEW PLAN.
510 TO 51,000 T3ULOAN
ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS,
HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC,
Without rcaovaifrom possession of owner.
1'ou can nave tlie monej' the day you
apply for t Pavments on the principal,
of any amount . will be received at an y time,
which will lewea cost of loan.
LOWEST KATES. mltc,
MOST DESIRABLE TERMS.
No cost to you if loan is not made.
Please call for further information.
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO..
. aull-tf-eni COSftt-nw.
B. K. FULTON'S loan office, 121S Pa. ave.
nw.,inone loaneaou waicbes, uiaiiionds.
3 ewelry, silverware, etc. ap 1 G-6i u
LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT
eral, such as lire policies, stocks, bonds,
building association shares, syuulcate cer
tiricates, etc No delay. 1'ERKES it
BAKER. 111Q F St. Take elevator. if
LOANS MADE ON FURNTTUItE,
Loans made on Furniture, Pianos, Ilorses,
Wagons, etc, at lowest Tates and quickest
possible time. Strictly confidential. Please
call bclore teeming loans elsewhere.
"WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
U10 F street northwest.
MONEx TO LOAN 51,000 upward, at 5
and 5 1-2 per cent on D. C. real estate;
5250, 55U0, eic, at 6 per cent; all
transactions conducted wltli economical
consideration for borrowers.
WILLIAM H. SAUNDERS & CO.,
aplG-tt 1 4 07 F st. mv.
MONEi TO LOAN at 5 and G per cent;
security, real estate in District oi' Colum
bia; no delay beyond an inspection of prop
orty and examination or title. WALTER
E. ACKER. 704 14th st. nw. mh-'b-tf
niiLP "WANTE'n MALE.
SvANTEDCarp enter, at once, in HUnling
ton place,et14tiijiud15Ui st. njv1it
WANTED Pour young men ; good pay; for
information call at 200 3d st. swt, be-
tween 9 and 4 o'clock.
WANTED An energetic man for ilty sales;
man; big pay Tor the right man 43 1
"7j.n st. nw.,ro3in 3. -iu u-.it
1VA.VIE.1J-A young man in grocery More;
must be a first-class meat cutter. Call
at 4tn and ai bts. nw. it
WANTED A boy 17 or id years or age
XMvt nas houieespenenceincutnng meat
and attending to store. Address &IOKE
A1U.AT. this offloa. if
"WANTED -54 to 55 per day earily made
by good canvassers Call at 41- 3d
st uw., from i to 12. Nobutnoug; none but
good men wanted; 5L75 cash deposit re
"WANTED Six painters. Apply at G lv
t ne ieRdy for work. C. THOMAS.
WANTED T wo carriage renters at WM.
WALTER'S SONS, 14th and D sts. nw.
WAATKD-A stable roreman Tor a stable
ot 4U Horses; must bs a man orexperieuce,
and iwusi liavenrst-class reconimenuatlonh",
good Avuses. Address, stating where for
merly employed, K A. K., this office.
WANTED -A barber, furnishing his own
tools: a good position lor an industrious
man. Gall at 408 K. st.nw by 7 p. in. E.
11. u, aulb-3t-em
HELP "WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED A respectable, capable colored
woman with good references, wants fam
ily washing to do, either out or at home;
-will try to please. Address LOUISA L.,
this office. au!9-3 t
WANTED Respectable woman to do gen
eral antusewrK. Call 1131 20th st.nw.
WANTED Lady collectors. Apply 915 N.
x. ave.nw. It
WANTED A German girl for general
housework for ramlly or two; must bring
reference. Call between 10 and 2. 30,
2dst. n e . P
WANTED White or colored cook and
houspworker; two in family; no wash
ing; -wages 512. 014 13th st. nw. It
WANTifiD First-class cook to go a way;
wages'Sl-O per month: Tor general house
work, Avages"512. 17021-2 10th st.
WANTKD-IO white and colored country
giris lor chambermaids, cooks, general
bouvJworKers; good wages. 411 G st.
lYAATfcU-A No- 1 cook; also general
no use worker; good wages; out or city. Ap
ply itooin 4. 031 F nw. It
WANTED First-class waist hand; none
other nee d apply. 497 M sr,aw. au!9-3t
WAMhU-A good settled white woman
lor work in small family; 5 miles in the
country Apply at 329 orant st., Aiia
cosaa. or u., at this office. auI8-3t
WANTED Cashier; experienced; must "be
quick and correct at figures; neat pen
man. Apply at THE BON MARCHE.314
andSlO 7th st.nw. aul7-3t,em
WANTED Afirst-classchambermaid. Ap
ply 123B D st. nw., arter 12. aul7-3t
WANTED Neat "While girl for general
housework; a good home; two in ramily;
mint be bright. Apply 213 1st st. se.
WANTED Girl for light houbework; cook
plain meals; stay nights. Addros, to-
day.ivMPL.OYER. P.O. BoxlG 4 . au 17-3 1
WANTED A competent woman, to cook,
wi and iron; noiieotherneedapply;also
a small girl to make herself generally ue-
ful. At 500 E. Capitol st. aulG-3t,em
WANTED A neat woman, for general
housework. Take Chey Cnase cars ami
get off at Albemarle st.. and apply at the
house up on the hill. aulG-3t,em
WANTED Ten colored women for Penna.
and New York; faie advanced. DL'N
POUE'S. 709 L st. nw. lt.em
WANTED -A white gill for general house
work; must stay at nights. Apply fe21
ad &t.se. aulfc-3t-em
"WANTED Y'oung lady cashier. Address
in own htadwntiug, GENOA, this oflice.
niiLP WANTED MALE AND
WANTED -A rirstrclass -white cook; also
a -while boy. 901 M t. nw. au!9-3t
"WANTED-At City Intelligence Office,
cooks, waiters, general houscworkers,
portwrs, drivers, nurses, laundresses, cham
bermaids, cleaners, boys, laborers, dish
washers; quickest place to get wcrk.
BHAOKLEFOKD'S, 427 13thst.nw.
SITl'ATIONS "WANTED MALE.
"WANTED Efficient bookkeeper, stenog
rapher and typewriter desires a posi
tion; five years5 experience; willing to
accept moderate salary. Address S . F.,
this office . au!S-3t
WANTED By competent young white
man. position to take care of horses, or
driving groceiy wagon. Address II. B.,
512 1-2 7th st. svr. aul3-3t
WANTED By a boy 1 years or age, who
good home A. W.. this office. au!7-3t
"WANTJiU Reliable, 6o!er man, Uennan,
,"'"- i". aa uiivtr or wors oi any
kind, not ie-R tnan SK a week, jimiv io
. . .. . w, ,v i- i U1 st- s.r aui7-3r
"t?-?,,.?1.. Palter wort
"WANlt.D-bituaUon, by track and fruit
grower; also general farming; fruit grow
InsanifttaUy; 20 years' experiencel in
-be fully trusted; competent to takechanre
very best or re fs. Address A.DuPlMNTY
1121Gst.ne. nuic-3t-em '
WANTED Graduate ot Business High
tecnool desires jiositioa as stenogranlfer
hSsVxJkUT; ,flin-VA saIar d?es
Hub IN Ebb, this office. aul9-Gt
SITUATIONS WA NXED-FL'MALE.
WANTED By colored woman, wahiiigto
lal!e in ly the -week; reference. 1120
Union Court, between L and II and 15th
and lfatti sts. it
ViAttxt.yHy rirstinss iannaress. wash"
. oan lauo y - p nw. auig-3t-cra
vi1J''""B3' mce colored girl, place as
coow or do general housework in small
family. 4ua Warner st. nw. x
JSTTITATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED As cook or general housework,.
Chambermaid or nurse. 1702 1-2 lOtli
st. nw. It
WANTED -By white (seille.l) wom.tn, sit
uacun as cook and do housewoik; good
home; wages moderate. Address E. A. B.,
this office. aul9-3t
WANTED By middle-aged whltr woman,
pldce to wait on invalid or do general
housework; reference. M. K., 1212 Pa.
ave. nw. It
WANTED By a genteel white gill, place
to nurr-e children; not under one year old:,
references. Call or address NURSE, 117
California st. ne. aul7-3t
WANTED A position by young lady
stenographer auu typewriter; G yours' ux
petienco: aceuraie anu rapid; thorough Eng
iion scholar, nas also nileaa'isractwrilypo
uon or business correspondent, without
d'-intionb; rer.s. (alary rca-'-onaMe. Ad
dress, slating salary, ENGLISH, this office.
WANTED By a respectable woman, place
as nurse, chambermaid, or general house
worker. Call 1131 20th st. au!7-3t
WANTED By a lespectable white girl
place as houseworker in small family.
Address K. A., this office. It-em
lUNTlSu-A place lor work by day.
Week or month bv first-class colored
woman. 1041) N. J. ave. nw. It-em
WANTED By a respectable woman sit
uation as chambermaid or muse. Ad
dress fc04 E st. sw. aul8-3t-em
WAN'l fc,D By a settled while woman, gen
eral housework in private family. 707
mil st. nw. - aulS-3tem
wan Thai Place as rirat-class cook in
private ramily; alto general housework.
AouresR 1UU3 ii st. nw. It-em
WANTED A position as cook or general
houbework In small family; rets, fur
nished. Apply 2010 N. J. ave. nw.
WANT ED M ISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED Two Prairie State incubators;
also two brooders; must be cheap. Ad
dress U. J., this orilce. au!9-3t
HAVE your rooms papered by the Stone
Bros., :2 up. 711 5Ui st. nw. aulfc-3t
WANTED An ice box to keep meat; must
be cheap. Call or addiess 200 4 1-2 st.
sw . aulS-3t
WANTED Hordes to Loard at $15 per
month; first-class attention paid to
boarders. (Jail or address rear of 910
1st st. nw. aul7-3t
WANTED A quantity of Eecond-haud or
damaged awning or tent canvas. Ad
dtesa CANVAS, this office. au!7-3t
I WILL pay $25 to any one securing me
a position driving a rakery wagon. Ad
dressM. G. II., this oflice. au!7-3t
WANTED By experienced caterer, dining-room
ui large lxiardiug-iiou.se, where
rent would be taken for board. Address A.
L. S., this office. aul6-3t-em
WILL 'JAKE CAR3 or pair or good work
horn's on my rami, iigm usage, lor their
board; good pastu'agu and grain fed.
Apply 16 GEORGE E. CALVERT. U. S.
Court or Claims, icou Pa ave. aulG-3t-eiu
WANTED-rNational Capital Bank stock.
Address N. C. S., this off ice. aulo-30t
"WANTED Desks.showcn.sos.slirefi'vl, uns
and funilture at SINCLAIR'S, GIG La-.
liVX your winter coal at the dump, 3d
,. and K sts. se and save money. L. -T.
FO 1 1 It ENT KOOllN
FOIt RENT Unfur., largej parlors and
fcmall room adjoining; physician, dent
ist, dressmaker, etc.; bath same tloor;
near fulals Royal. 723 11th st. nw.
FOu RENT Pleasant, laigu, well-furnished
rooms and first-class ijoard, 10 to 20 a
nibiith. No. 10 4tliM. ne. aul9 0s
FOR KENT-1 fur. room for gentleman,
in small private family; opposite Wnnh
ington Circle; price mederate. 1003 23d
st. nw. aulO-ht
LIGHT HOU.SEKEEPING-Sulte of two
lovely furnished rooms; entire floor; re
frigerator and water on same lloor; and a
hall room. 415 G st. nw. au!9-3t
FOR RENT Furnished front room. 711
20th st. nw-; for lady only. au!0-3t
l'UR rent 3 large unfur. rooms; :.'d floor;
all iront; with bays; corner house; no
children; piivate ramily; very reasonable.
301 Mass. ave. ne. aul9-3t
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms,
-with heat, 9. 3068 School St., Mt.
FOR RENT Two rooms on 1st floor and
one 2d floor; unfurnished: rem mod
erate; water and sewer. 1G27 Gtli st. nw.
FOIt KENT Three large rooms, near all
car lines; 513 per mouth. lOOfc Gth st.
FOR RENT- Two ' communicating rooms,
ail Conveniences, 2 blocks fiom n st.
cars and ne. market; 510. Address H. R.
i'., this office. au!9-3t
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms; also
hall room. 429 0th st.nw. au!8-3t
POR KENT Fur. rooms, 1435 L St.; by
the day, week or month; house cool and
comioruiule, location central. aulS-7t
FOR BENT For light housekeeping; two
nicely furnished rooms; fiont; water on
the Door; 512. 120 C st. nw. aul8-3t
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished
rooms; near three car lines. 94G N. Y.
ave. nw. aulS-Ot
FOR RENT Fur. and unfur. rooms; rea-
knnnlili. (!ill a'fl 1 fit I. .. m,-
I OR KENT Furnished front room; third
floor; terms reasonable. 715 U st. nw.
FOR RENT 830 12th St. nw.; desirable
rront rooms; fur.; leasonable; corner
.tOR RENT Two large, fur., corn, rooms;
2d rioor; with bath; one hail room; 2d
rioor; rent reasonable; no children. S13
blh St. nw. aut7-3t
iOR RENT To gentlemen: rooms; S8 and
55; open on balcony. 019 La. ave. nw.
FOR RENT Three unfur. rooms;, 2d floor.
G4 G st. ne. aul0-3t,em
FOR 'KENT Nicely rur. room, 2d floor,
opens oa a -vcanda: 51.50 a-veek; board
if iitfiird. '2 4ih 8t. ne.. near E. Can
st. cars and Capitol.
I'OH 1C1.NT -Furnished rooms; with or
vithoiit beard. 1528 15th nw.
FOR KENT -Fur. or unTur., 1 or 2 rooms:
bay window; brick; with privilege. 81G
23(1 St. nw. It-em
FOR RENT -Fur. or unfur., rooms; reason
able. 2Ui t Kfc. nw. mil uoi
FOIt Itl i INT- - UNFURNISHED ROOjIS
FOR KENT -lmfu7rrii"0G8tn st. nis,
basement, dining loom and kitchen and
2 rooms 2d floor together, for housekeep-iaS-
FOR RENT Three or rour unfurnished
room. 2d floor; light, housekeeping. 100
Mass. ave. ne. aul8-3t
! OK REM iwo large rooms; iwrch; Lith,
gas; all private; housekeeping; new
house; leasouable. 1104 N. Capitol st.
l'OK itiiNT-3 unrnr. rooms, on 2d floor,
for light housekeeping. 230 2d st. ne.
FOR RENT 2 unfur. rooms on 2d floor;
water and gas; cheap. 403 4th st. ne.
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms, on
second floor; for light housekeeping;
gas and bath on same. G25 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. " au!7-3t
FOR KENT Two unfurnished rooms; light
housekeeping; cheap. 43G 1-2 H st. uw.
FOR RENT Unjur. back parlor; first floor;
reasonable rent. 237 14th st. sw.
ROOMS AND BOABD.
KOUM& and board, 513 and 518 per iiionthT
i block rrom City Hall, on Metropolitan
-ar line. INDIANA HOUSE, 318 3d st.
5 A WEEK Tor good room and board:
splcudid location. 716 12th st. uw.
FOR KENT Furnished rooms, with board,
In a private family, $20 per mouth. 720
8th st. uw. aul5-6t
B101CLISTS To all bicyclists, I will
give a map showing the country roads
for 0 miles around Washington who will
c ,SS ii' Sr ,MDa stamps for postage.
WANTED Xoung lady would like a fur
nished room wltu privileges: 52 per week;
in northwest. Address BOX 66, this of
fice. ' It
WANTED At once, fur. parlor or 2d
storj front room; nw.; rent pot to ex
ceed 512 per month; with moderate priv
ileges. Address JACKSON, this office.
WANTED Quiet couple wants one or two
rooms with hath, rur. or unfur.; with or
without iKiard; in house where there are
lew other roomers, and where they are not
too mcpjisitlve; prompt pay. Address
ELMWOOD, thlB office. aulS-3t
WANTED 1 large and small communicat
ing room; couple traveling; no questions;
reasonable terms. H. B. M., this orrice.
WANTED Unfur.; 3 or 4 rooms In walk
ing distance of Pension Office. Address
ECONOMICAL, this office aul7-3t-um
WANTED Room in good locality with all
privileges: slate terms. Address CON-
FI DENT1AL, this office. au!7-3t
WANTSD-Near Iowa Circle, by gentle
man and wife, 2 connecting, luruUhed
rooms; second story; .light housekeeping;
don't rail to state price. GOOD PAY,
this office. aul0-3t,em
WANTED To buy small farm, not more
than six miles Troth" the Dlhtrict, in Md.:
give particulars as to price, situation, size
and how lo reach It. Address K. M.. this
W'ANTLD liy man and wire from coun
try, truck or stock farm to work on
Minres or to take care or EXPERIENCE,
this orrice. aul7-3t
WANTfcu Will buy small farm, near city,
at or near station; must bo cheap. Send
full description and price to FARM, this
! and F Sts.
Treats successfully all Diseases of the
Brain and Nervous System, Dlsenses of the
iiiood, Skin.Stomach.Kldneysand Bladder,
Night Losses, Sexual Weakness, Stricture,
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Syphilis and all
Private Diseases or either sex. Consulta
tion and Urinary Analysis free.
The highest ree charged, whether you
have one or more diseases, Ib
85.00 A Mi
Wlnnli Inplmlinll medicines
Hours, 10 to 12 and 3 to 5, daily; Sun
day, 11 to 12. Jyl3-tf
THE "3 DAYS" CURE (for men) leads
all remedies in this city; a prompt anu
permanent euro or no charge; consultation
free. DR. McKEEEAN, 710 12th St. nw.
LADY acquaintance desired. Address RE
SPECTABLE, this oflice. aul7-2t
No Imposition! -Nothing but facts given
Clairvoyant and Palmist
Her predictions, Information, and advice on
business, marriage, divorces, separations,
pensions, deeds. Willi, l.tw-Mius, traeis,
'ost or .stolen property, etc., are. accurate
and truthful. Numes given. No matter
what trouble you may have, call on this
girted woman: she can help you out of all
difficulties. Absolute satisfaction guar
anteed. Gorman and English spoken. Resi
dence, 1303 U st. uw. aul3-Imo
MAStoAGE aud bath; manicure and chir
opodist. 702 Oth st. nw.; open till 0
p. ni. aulG-7t
MADAME RETTA, clairvoyant, medium
und card reader, 25c and 50c. No. 510
B st. nw. aulO-it.em
CALL to see fortune teller. He will tell
anything you want to know. 315 Vir
ginia avenue 6e. aul5-6t
Or Providence, R. L, is a genuine spir
itual medium of the best class; can be
seen on ah business of every description;
ah in trouble or doubt should see hlta
at once; gives full names and perfect
spirit tests; sittings daily at 58 n st.
nw.r from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.; terms
moderate: refers you to National Associa
tion of Spiritualists. au!9-7t
Medium and card reader; Washington's
most famous clairvoyant and palmist, con
sult her ou business, love, and family af
fairs; reunites the separated; removes spells:
causes speedy marriages, and gives good
luck; open dailv; German spoken; 25c. and
50c.; 029 U st. nw. aul0-14t
A POIN'lER Tor you men that appreciate
the value or a dollar. We now oifer for
sale the nuest custom-made suits "just
worn a little" at prices that -will make
you call again. JUSTH'S OLD STAND.
019 u st. nw. aul7-7t
Mrs. OR. RENNER,
In obstetrics, gold medal awarded for the
science of obstetrics from the University
ot Munich, Bavaria; treats successfully
woman's complaiuts and Irregularities; pri
vate sanitarium for ladies betore and dur
ing confinement. Office hours from 10 ft.
in. to 5 p. m., No. 8 7th st. ne.
F.H ALEE, Medium
Scientific palmist and card reader; tells
your full name, reveals your past, describes
the present, aud foretells your future life;
also tells about business deals, Iawsulte,
love affairs, family troubles, reunites the
separated, brings quarrels all right, re
moves spells, causes marriages, and gives
good luck, etc. Address P. O., care
Gen. Del., Atlantic City, N. J. Will re
turn here in Beps. Satisfaction guaran
teed. WANTED Ladles' dresses made, 53 up;
perfect fit; Baughman's dress-cutter, 55.
MME. HYATT. 908 N. ST. ave. jy24-lmo
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
ouu F Street xsortnwest.
Gold fillings and bridge work a spe
cialty, at the lowest piice; amalgam idl
ings, GOc; mil sets ot teeth on plates, S5;
extracting, either by gas or local spray,
absolutely painless, 50c; without, 2oc, all
work done by experts, and guaranteed the
best; open on Sundays rrom 10 to 3
oi'j JL'n. Ave. jn.w., usstilngton, jj. O.
Treat all chronic and private diseases,
Tiles, Stricture, Hydrocele, Gout, Catarrh,
Dyspepsia, lHood Poison cured; vitality re
stored. Consultation Tree aud confidential
to both sexes. Dally, 9 to 12, 3 to 6.
EXPERT SPECIALIST In the
cure of all private diseases. Hydrocele
Varicocele, Stricture, Impotency, and
Syphilitic Diseases positively cured. Ad
vice and Consultation l- ree. Both Sexes,
iiours, 0 to 1, 2 to 5; Tues., Thurs , and
Sal. evenings, 7 to 8. No. G02 F st. nw.
(Closed Sunday.) jel5-tf
FOR SALE LOTS.
i-OK HA LE UeautiruiljundTn'g" lot8and
villa sites in the village ofBallstoii.onthe
electno road; n miles from Washington;
price of lots SlOO each; $5 down; balance
$1 per week; no taxes or interest until lot
is paid- for; railrtiad fare 5 cents; also
large aud small farms and suburban places
ror sale. JAMES E. CLEMENTS, 1321 F
st. nw. aul8-6t,em
fok saijE-a. great sacrifice, a of the
best located lots In suburbau town. Ad
dress SACRIFICE, this office. aul7-3t
FOR SAT.K-itOBSES & CARRIAGE .
FOR SALE Horse, trap and harness for
i135. Apply at 501 12th st. nw.
ioit SALb-Buggy; good as new; finely
made: stylish ana handsome; cost 5185:
will sell reasonable. 1013 2d st. ne
I OK SALE Pony and phaeton: kind and
gentle; also one large delivery horse.
In rear 012 G sfc. nw. aul7-3fc
IOR SALE 2 wagons, 2 buggies, 2 Bur
ries.l trap, 6 sleighs; also 2 cueaphorses;
these goods are left to be sold: nothing In
reason refused. 927 D st., next Merchants'
Parcel Delivery Co Jy29-tf,em
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-A heavy,
open-faced silver watch (Elgin National
;Vli9,D Lo8.: make), in good order; valued
ai.pLwiy.fiel,..?.r trade cheap. Address
WAiCH, tnla office. aulC-3t-em
FOR SAL!-' MISCELLANEOUS.
i'OK SALE Will belt cheap several thor
oughbred sattcr Bluebelton puppies: best
stocliintheclty. 1220 13tht.nw. aul-3t
FOR SALE Complete 18 volumes wcll
botind copies or u. S. Patents, comprising
vuluabte discoveries for making artificial
paving and building stone, marble and tiles;
complete record from the beginning of the
U S. patent system to,j uly l , 1 807: com
piled at a cost or 400; will sell ror $150;
party leaving tlie-city; jvortn many times
the cost ror patent attorneys, paving and
building contractor EAHTEKDAV: &
li ALDEMAN, 1424 n:y: .ave.nw. nu!9-3t
FOR SALE - Young's best butter, 25 cents,
or 5 pounds for SI, and the mia'ifcy can
not be excelled. R. B- YOUNG. 76 and 77
O Street Market and 09 Kiggs Market: pos
tal orders promptly filled. au!8-7t-em
1 tt I iv 'r,r.Ut f nn hrPYlov: kfill nti v n mmmr.'
stitching machine, etc.: cheap. UA3T
WOKT1I PUBLISHING HOU&E, 020 E..
run SALE To builders boo rt. or lium
meistown brownstone; small pieces ready
lor the wall; very low price. -Address BAR
GAIN, this orilos. aul8-3t
FOR BALE One roll-top desk; good
as new: one bedroom set; a pieces. H4U
4th st. nw. aulis-3t
FOR SALE 52.98 for a S5.00 C-foofc solid
ouk extension table; over-stocked; call at
once. 313 7th si. nw., REDMOND'S
FOR SALE Cheap, 1 la igc platform scale:
1 ten-loot counter. Inquire 1209 5lh
st. nw. atil7-3t,em
FOR SALE As 1 am very much In need
or money I will sell ail the furniture In
an a-room house; no reasonable offer will
oe reruied; a goodchance. AddresxN'EED,
this office. aul7-3t-em
FOR SALE Indian figure cigar slgn;-a!so
milk shake machine. Address LNDfAN,
I'lflVA'l K HA l.H On and nri.r Aiiinint 1H.
rurnlture or an 8-room house, including
a unabe piano in excellent condition, at
No. 58 1 st. ne.; house tor sale or rent.
FOR HALE Mason Hamlin organ, S10;
ileywurd baby carriage, S3; ladies'
Christy saddle, $2; new. Address Box
38, this orrice. nul7-3t-em
FOR SALE A flno oak ice box; $30.
1002 Pa. ave. nw. aul7-3t
FOR SALE A patent cork sealer Tor bot
tling beer, com- 4; good as new; puce,
S20. Apply 802 Bthst.sw. aul8-3teni
FOR SALE-At a bargain, two larire hotl
ranges; in splendid condition; also fur
niture aud accessories of a fiist-class
dining-room; must be disposed or immedi
ately. Apply to II. ROSENBERG, sw. cor.
8th and D sts. nw. aul7-3t
FOR BALE -Almost now, tent, 10x24;
suitable for ref rcshmentor camping tent;
reasonable. Apply ne. cor. Howard ave.
and Center st., Mount Pleasant.
i'Oit sALKi-Have paid all out 146 oa a
S375 Grand Upright "Mathushek" piano;
bought 1 year ago of 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 SALE Cheap; 40-egg incubator and
brooder. 217 G st. ne. aulG-3t-em
FOR SALE Job printing office, doing
good business; good locution; cheap ror
cash. Address PRINTING, this oflice.
FOR SALE l New Home, S10; 1 Singer,
improved, S12; 1 Singer, N. P., $7: 1
White, S7; 1 improved Domestic, 513.
FUNK'S SEWING MACHINE EXCHANGE,
327 u st. se. auio-at-ein
I YOU'LL NEVER KNOW I
UNLESS YOU TRY
Would you buy
Would you sell
Would you rent-
Would you loan
Would you exchange
$Kt $$ j-4s8 2S&S0425StJJJ$sSHS)M
Try an ad In tho Want Columns
of the Times and
FOR SALE- MISCELLANEOUS.
FOKS ALE Full-blood maltese kittens;
a mouths old. Address MALTESE, thU
FOR SALE Young Cuban and Mexican par-
rots, monkeys, gold fishes, dogs, pigeons,
canaries, Incubators, spratts aad Austin's
dog bread; send for catalogue. SCHMID 8
BIRD STOKE, 712 12th st. nw.J au4-tt
FOR SALE TWO FIRST-CLASS WHIT-
tier boilers. 100 Horsepower each, m ex
ccucnt condition, with a 100 horse
power Atlas engine; Tor sale cheap
ir removed soon. Apply to STILbON
HUTCHINS.Hutchins Building, where boll
erb and engine can be seen Jy2-tf
FOR SALE Handsome oak mirror fold
ing bed, $20; cost $75; cherry folding
bed, $10; large oak" bedroom suito, $1-1;
1 oak bedroom suite, i9: bedroom suite,
o; extension table, oak, Jj3; portable
oak wardrobe, $9; lnrge water rilterer,
$-3; oak Mueboard, S15, cost $3; mantel
roldlng bed, S3; leather chairs, 75a, largo
showcase and counter, marble-top tables,
uaudtome, oad-shaped center-tables, rugs,
dishes, tools, clocks, bird cages, mattresses,
white iron beds, odd bureaus and wash
stands, what-not, kitchen table, and a
choice lot or housefuruishings; the above
lp out or the White House; a rare chance
ror nne goods. 1721 Pa. ave. uw.
FOR SALE-St. Bernard pup; 8 mouths
old; well trained; carries heavy baskets;
cheap at once. 1721 Fa. ave. nw.
FOR RENT- MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR KENT-Briek stable "in rear of 230
1st st. ne. aul8-3t-em
FOR KENT-Corner store and dwelling in
nw.; 5 rooms, bath and stove; rent re
duced from S30.50 to $20.50 per month.
UKAHAM & CAMPBELL, 017 14th St.
iaJST A pocketbook in the park near 9th
and is sts., containing a prescription rrom
Heller and $4.05. Return to 1002 B sw.
and receive reward." It
LOST Gold and pearl watch charm: re
volver on pink ribbon; at Capitol, Library
or F st. cars. Please return to 1024 17th
st. nw. It
LOST Aug. 16th, at Glea Echo or on cars
going or coming, gne gold link bracelet
with padlock; S5 reward for return to
120G Md. ave. ne. It
tAhai FookC'.booK, containing a turn of
money, nnaer regarded. JOS. PER-
'K.INS, 1216 N. Y. jjuy.e. nw. aulS-3t-em
REWARD For "return of set of plans,
blue prints and specifications; lost on
liue of Washington Traction or Glen Echo
cars, via Chevy Chase; Saturday. Return
to ir. G. BREWER, ilydroguiphic untce,
nw. cor. I7tn and N. Y. ave. aul8-3t-etn
LOST Female Tox ,terrier pup, about 6
months old, with collar and tag. Re
ward it returned toSCUMID'S, 712 12th
st. n-.v. aul7-3t-em
LOST Sunday evening, lady's gold pin:
ivy wreath and pearls. Reward on return
to 910 B St. sw. aul7-3t-em
iiuux On the loth, a sum of money ($55),
bet. 7th and G sts. ne. and 4th and G
sts. nw. Reward if returned to 603 4th
st. n"W. , aul7-3t
FOUND A souvenir cane, elaborately carv
ed, with these words entwinlngit: "Thos.
Jefferson, of Va., born April 13, 1743; was
President U. S. A. 1801 to 1809; wrote
Declaration of Independence; founded the
University of Va.; died July 4, 1820.
Jefferson's dying words: 'I resign my spirit
to God; my daughter to my country." This
enne was cnt near Jefferson's tomb." The
owner can recover the cane by calling at
WANTED POSTAGE STAMP.-'.
WANTED For cash.all WndBof olf.Unlted
States postage and department stamps;
collections also bought: H. F. DUNK
llOHBT. iOOB 7tu gt?nw. " rayO-tf
FOR SALE AND RENT.
v REAL ESTATE BULLETIN,
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN.-917 F ST.NW.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
2209 13th st. nw., 0 rms S20 50
?i" v.a-ave. sv., 7 rms 25 00
1319 L st. nw., 10 rms 35 00
519 11 st. nw., 7 rms 25 50
1J1 Vt.ave.nw.,8 rms 23 00
530 21st st. nw., 6 rms 22 50
7,' ri.tl1 bt. so., 8 rms .... 1350
330 1 O st. sw., c rms 9 30
7,n,. fit- 'iOt 4 rms COO
2904 7thst.nw.,0 rms 12 00
STORES, OFFICES, ETC.
Stable, rear 1314 Mass. ave. nW..S125 00
store, 020 La. ave. nw 115 00
Central Building, Roomsll and 12.. 30 00
Hall, 3d floor, 419 10th st 35 00
Store and dwg., 1101 4th ot.ne.,
7 rooms 30 00
Store and dwg., 937 Fla. ave.nw.,
8 rooms , 25 00
030 D St.. Room 1 15 00
Stable, rear 1417 K st. nw 10 00
Stable, rear 1029 O St. nw 15 30
Store, 937 Fla. ave 10 00
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Lota Aubrey Heights SG00
Lots Bcrwln Heights GOO
Lots Kensington Heights 500
Lots Charlton Heights 250
Lots 3d st, bet K and L ne 950
Lots Mst, bet 1-2 and 1st sts sw 800
Lots Cleveland Heights 32 1-2
Lots Cleveland Heights 30
Lots Fairvlew, ivy City 25
Lots Va ave, bet 27th and 28th sts. . .GO
Lots Hligo, Md 02
Lots Takoma Park 09
TWO-STORY. BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE
909 and 911 11th stnw.fb, 7ims.$l 2,500
914 B st ew, b h, 9 rms 12,000
917 8th stnw.b h, G mis -. 8,000
Cottage. Wesley Heights, 9 rms.. 7,500
012 Q st nw, b h, 7 rms 7,000
1520 O st nw, b h, 7 tms 0,200
1100 21st nw, f h, 5 rms C.150
1940 11th Htnw, b h, 8 rms 5,500
82 L st nw, b h, 6 rms 3,500
3338 and 3340 T stnw.f h.both. 2,600
1603 19th st nw, b h. 0 rms 4,270
59 Fla ave nw, b h, 7 rms 5,000
Store and dwg, 13th st, bet E and-
F. 7 rms. 5,600
310 1-2 and 318 Istse.b h,4 im 2.400
361 O st sw, b"h, 6 Tms 2,000
1112 K st se, f h, 5 lms 1,500
The above is only a portion of the prop
erty on ray bookB. For full list call at of
uvc iui uuiicuu i.N.suuu on sue iss uuu ioiu.
MUMVlrlll o.iut.u JU. UUU lOb UUU A ..
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN,
-tr-em 917 F St. N . W.
WA NTED HOUSES.
WAN'l ED 8 or 9-room house; a. m. I.;
vicinity upper 14thst.,soutnor Boundary;
about $6,000: all cash; prerer to deal with
owner; run de&criptlon. with street and
number, or no attention. Address NO
TKIFLKKS, this office. aul8-Gt-em
WANTED To buy a small houses ne. or
se.; stat price and exact location. Ad
dress MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, this
WANTED A 7 or 8 room house in good
locality, at a cost of 54,000 to S5.000, in
exchange for stock in manufacturing con
cern with paid-up capital of SSO.000. Ad
dress BOX 57, this office. aul7-3t
WANTED To rent small house and some
ground on line of steam or elpctric road.
Address PERMANENT, this office.
WANTED To rentjln" tho'suburbsTsmall
house or flat; with modern improvementa.
Address RESPONSIBLE, this ofHce.
How sure are the returns
from a Timea adleft.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
i''2,K1CIfc; TT HrleThonre, 330 lsTiTHe7
i,ni?,-lJl2p- Infl""cat230 lstst. ne. '
FOR SALK-Owner has tivo-storv bav.
tar une, worth $4,000: noreasonniifnfrr
Iei3tnlreSS HOUSE' f'
n-1 -Two-story brick store and
dwelling; a. m. i.; g00d location near
FUR SALE Two-story 6-room dwelline-
nicely papered; lot 10x78 to ln-rt nn$
price only .?i,iu; siiiall cash payment-'
th.soruco,."0ntmj'- Addres3 WNEit!eB.:
TtiKe Steamer M. xiyutt
J,?rS,unclay morning, 8:30, from Grace
and Potomac sts., Georgetown, for Glen
Echo, Cabin John, Great Falls- dHi.-htfrn
all. beautiful scenery, cool fees'. "Char
tered day or evening by private nartfes
or clubs. Apply at "boat or J08 N. I
. ..,. UJ?A1'EST PRINTER.
1,'V,00 ciroulars or billheads. 75c.
500 envelopes or noteheads, 75e.
auio-aw 1AWSUiN- b07 uth nw.
THAT 50c box of 25 cigars better linn
THE latest fad out; ho-a' overalls; ages 3
t,IJ?; nic" Vle nrlcu' with suspenders at
tached. Headquarters for plate printers'
overalls, all sizes; price, 50c. J? w IeS
BY'S, 1903 Pa. ave. nw. aulfi ir.pfIr
lOU'D belter see us about any Interior
Decorating you want done. We do the
very finest work. Charge extrenielv small
wees. Rooms papeied with rich, stvlisii
paper only sa : up. F. G. NOLTE, 810 9th
st. No branch. auia-tf
IF 10U HATEdone business with us you
know us. Why not know us better"
555 Ibr :6o:5lSo and 'S
rncii's shoes from 98c. up. At 1903 Pa.
...... ...... o. ,,. k.cux a. aul7-6t
WE DO NOT run our business for the fun
of the thing, nor for the benefit of ou?
health; but we do it for profit and "o
do you. Ladies' $1.50 and S3.00 button
$ V.1H!?J ?e"".ac:i"ant.ed. Men's
A iXiu..,'h.S a"" yesr. hair
FS?'rF?TE mo7caJ larsest a-horse load7
J.00; 1-horse loads, S1.2D; pianos S,J-
furniture packed and snipped; experienced
FR roaaW CUMBIA4 TRANS
kli CO., 3d j 4 l-j st. uw. -mono iub0
1 will hereafter extract teeth with
nitrous oxide gas for 50c per tooth.
Best teeth S7 per set. Gold crowns, S8
Amalgam fillings. $1. Have filled forty
tnoiisuiiu teecu in this city; extracted
twenty tho'usand teeth, and made over six
thousand set- Dr. S. T.MASON, 711 1 rfi
st. nw., ronnerly c-or. lath and Pa ave
mv- , au9-imo-em
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
Printing 500 cards, 75a; 500 envelopea,
75c; 500 note heads, 75c; 500 state
meats, 75c; blading magaLics, 50o.
mtscellancoUB books rebound. o a
WILLIAMS, 015 7th at. nw. feO-tr
"WALL FAFERS Rooms papered from
$2 up; latest styles of papers. CHAS.
siiit;Eii.'X7G st. ne. aul5-66
AT THE Business Office of Tne Times
you wiU find Window Cards of all de
ecilptlons "Table Board," "Furnished oi
Unfurnished Rooms,'"Unfurnl6hed Rooms,"
"Furnished Rooms, With or Without
Board,:' -"FurnlSued Rooms, With Board,"
"Furnished Rooms." Five cents Is thi
price ofeach card. ap21-tt
I WONDER who pays the highest prices
for gents' cast-orr clothing; drop poutal.
BAULUP.03..623D ut.JXTvT ciylo-anio
..uv, v....ui '.iuut, i,uu, soia lor st Rn
an all Worsted S10 suit, S7.2C- nlVelv
made. At SELBYi'S, 1903 I'a. ave. nw.
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Stntlou, 13 1-2 St. & Pa. Ave,
in errect Hay 9. 1807.
For Aicxananu iweek daysi. 0. 30, 7:00.
7:35. ex.; 8:00. 8:30. ex: 9:00. R:50.
I0:u5,ex.; li:uu. ll:4o. a. in. 12:05. ex.;
id: 20, inc. 1:45, 2:05. ex.: 2:40. 3:00,
ex.; :30, 4;ou ex; 4.-15, ex.; 4:45. 5:05,
5-21', ex.; o: -10. c:U5, ex : 6:25. 7:00, 8:00,
9:00. 10:00. li:ao, 11:B9 d. m.
.. ,..r Alexandria tSuuday oniy). 8.00.
9:00. 10:00. 10:30, 11.00, 11:30. a. m.
1:00. noon. ia:30. 1:00. 1.30. 2:00, 2.20,
:op, 3:30, 4:00. 4:30. O:00, n:30, 0.00.
:NO. 7-0O. S-l)u.U:iM. 1U.00. ll.2 p in.
tweek days). fl:30, 10:05, 11:00 a. m.
12:05, 1 is. a:05. 300. .1:00. 4.15 p. m.
or DyKe and lUversida, 7. S p. 111
Por Mount Vernon and Way Station!.
(Sunday only), 9:00, 11:00 a. m., 2:00.
4;00 p. m.
For Arlington and AGUedi. Brtdso
(week days), 8.00. 8:30.9:00 10:05. 11:00,
ll:4oa. m 12 05.12:20,1:15, 2:05, 2:40,
:0U, 3:30. 4:00. 4:10. 5:20, U.oo, 0.25.
7:00, s:00 p. ra.
Foi Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge
Isuuday only;. 8 ou. !i:oo. lu-00 10 30.
11:00. ii:so a. m. 12:00 nooa 12:30.
1:00, 1:30, 2:00, 2:30. 3:00. 3:30. 4:00.
4:0. 5:00, 5:30. 0:00. 0:30, 7:00, 8 00
Baggago checked Tree ror passengers
holding rirst-clasa tlcketH at Station. Bi
cycles, as cents each.
(Schedule In effect July 4. 1U97.I
All tralus arrive uuu leave Pennsylvania
B:12 a.m. Dally, local for Danville, Char
lotte aud way stations. Connects ai Alauaa
sas for Strasburg, Harrisonburg, and
Staunton, dally, except Sunday, and at
Lynchburg with the Norfolk and Westcra.
deUJy, and with the Chesapeake and Ohio,
daily, ror the .Natural Bridge and Lex
ington. 11:15 a. m Dolly.tbe UNITED STATES
FAST ilAIL, curries Pullman buffet
sleepers, New York and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with
Pullman Sleeper for Ashevilla and Hos
Springs. N. C.; itnoxville, Chattanooga and
Nufihvllle.Teuu., andatCbarlolte with Pull
man Sleeper for Augusta. Pullman Buffet
bleeper New lorktoN'ew Orleans, connect
ing at Atlanta Tor birmlngham and ifem
6Uis. Sohd trala, Washington to New
rleans without change. Suuset personally
conducted tourist excursion through sleeper
on this train every Wednesday to San Fran
cisco, without change.
4.01 p. ni. Local for Front Royal, Stra
burg and Harrisonburg, with connection for
Staunton, daily, except Sunday.
4.51 p. m. Dally, local for Charlotte.
10:43 p. m Dally, WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN. VFSTIBULED. LIAI
1TED, composed ot Pullman Vestlbuled
aleepers, dining cars and day coacnei
Pullmaa sleepers New lork to Nash
ville. Tenn., via Asheville, Knoxviiia
aud Chattanooga. New York to Tampa,
via Charlotte. Columbia, Savannah and
Jacksonville; New York to Memphis, via
ElriniDgham. New York to New OrleanB,
via Atlanta and Montgomery. Vestlbuled
day coach Washington to Atlanta. South
ern Railway during cav, Greensboro to
TRAINS ON WASHINGTON dXD OHIO
DIV1I5ION leave Washington 9:01 a. nx
dally, 1:00 p. m- aud 4.45 p. in. dally, ex
cept Sunday, and 0:25 p. in. Sunday only
for Re uud Hill; 4.32 p. in. daily, except Sun
day ror Leesburg, uud 0:25 p. m. daily ror
Uerncon. Returning, arrive ac Washing
ton ii 20 a. m. and o-40 p. m. daily, and
3:00 p. in. dally, except Sunday, from
Round 11111, and 7:00 a. m. daily, except
Buuduy, rrom Herndon, and 8:54 a. m.
daily, except Sunday, from Lcesburg,
Uhroush trains rrom the South arrive at
Washington 0:42 a. m.. 2.20 p. m. and
9:25 p. m. dally. Harrisonburg, 12.10 p.
m. aud 9.20 p. m. dally, except Sunday,
and S:30 a. in. dally from Charlottesville.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation and in
formatloa furnished at offices, 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenue, and at Pean
tylvaula Railroad Passenger Station.
W. 1L UllEEN, Uen. Supt.
J. Al. ULi.i. 'lraiilc Alnnacer.
V. A. 'iUHli, Gen. -Fqism. Agent.
4. 8. HltUWN, UcD. AU i-ass. UepU
i.i:gal NOTICE. .
EXTENSION OFHIGinVAIS IN THE
DISTRICT OK C0LIMBL1 Waamngton,
July 1, 1897. To whom it may concern:
The commission created by section 2 of
the act or Congrtss approved March 2,
lfe93, entitled "An act to provide a per
manent system of highways in that part
ot the District of Columbia lying outside cf
cities," has received from the Commis
sioners of the District of Columbia a lertl
fled copy of a map showing a proposed
permanent system of hlshwavs in he
District o t Columbia within the area
bounded by North Capitol street, Florida
avenue, Eastern Hramh, and the District
line. This map and plats showing in de
tail how each :ot aud tract Is aKected bj
the proposed system of highways, are now
on exhlbitHm In Room 9, 4th floor, of the
District Building. All persons interested
are invited to examine the map and plata.
The omnu&slon will consider any sugges
tion or protest concerning the locat.cn ot
any highway or portion of a highway as
shown on the map. The suggestions and
protests must be In writing- and musr set
forth clearly the reasons for the changes
and show the property owned or controlled
by the objector. All protests, etc.. must
be submitted on or before the FIRST OF
OCTOBER, 1897. and be addressed to the
Chief on Engineers, U- S. Army. War De
partment, Washington. D. C. The com
mission will meet October 15, lb97. at 9
o'clock a. m., In the office of the Secre
taiy of War, to dispose ot all objections,
and will then hear orally from thoso who de
Eire to thus support their written objec
tions. R. A. ALGER, Secretary of War;
C. N. BLISS, Secretary of the Interim-;
JOHN M. WILSON, Chief of Engineers. U.
H. Army. jyl2-15t,au9-15t
FOR SALE-Drug store, SI, 000; S350
cash; balance monthly; owner has other
business; don't answer unless you mean
business. TANNIN, this office. aulO-Jt
FOR SALE -New Postoffice restaurant
cor. lath and D sts. nw. Iwtuire with
FOR SALE-Stock and fixtures of first
class millinery and fancy goods; estab
lished 16 years. Apply MRS. P. EMR1CH,
3110 M st. nw. aulS-3 t-ein
FOR SALE Grocery and provision store
in northwest; a splendid stand. Address
ALASKA, this office. aula-3t,em
FORS ALE Grocery and notion storeTwitu
fixtures; rent cheap. No- 11 Fenton st.
PRINTING Special 15 days 1.000
good business envelopes, i. II AX
WORTH PUBLISHING HOUSE, 020 E.
foil SAL.E aoo will buy a fine lunch
room; electric ran and afine trade; orth
SI ,000 to party wanting a good business.
COMMERCIAL, 510 F mv. aulS-3t
FOR SALE A Hrst-class Loarding-bou.se
of 15 roomslfinelyf urnisbed; best location;
established a years; making handsome
pront. COMMERCIAL, 510 F st. uw.
EOK SALE Great bargain ir sold at once,
cigar and tobacco fctore. No. 719 D at.
i'OK SALE-Milk route; entire outnt.
Address DAIRY., this off ice. aul7-3t-em
tffii? u T v r;ri, L,n. .i,.(.. ntw ,.....,
- ". M.,J i.ll. DIUIC IIUIU Idll UUI-
nesa; good reasons for selling. 507 D
st. nw. au!7-3t
i Jt. S3.l- OUZUOU I.U.ll lie,, pO-.iVll4.-e.
north of Pa. ave , rent, 57; leased; cheap
for cash. BUSINESS EXCHANGE. 1321 F
i'OK SALK-One of-the best road houses;
full license, etc. Address B. 0 ..this office.
FOK SALE-iV saloon in county; D. c.; a
good place for a bicycle track, etc.; lo
cated on electric line. Apply u. D. c,
this office. aul6-3t-em
i-OK sale Cheap, ir boiijiht beroiesept.
1, as owner wants to retire; s.Uoon. on
Pa. ave. nw ; doing good business-. Ad
dress CHEAP, this orrice. au!7-3 t-em
i'OK SALE Big prolit from small in
vestment if puichased by tomorrow, a
quarter interest In patent covering neces
sary and desirable bicvele device, will be
sold for 2, 500; will net purchaser from
55,000 to S10.0C0 in three months. Apply
at rooms, 5 aud 0, No. 014 F st.mv.
FOR SALE-Grocery, meat aud provision
store; best location in the cltv; doing a
good business; going out or businos reason
rorselllng. S.C.H., thlsoffice. aul0-3t-cm
FOK SALE Saloon, cheap; best location
in southwest; low rem; cabinet fixtures;
doing a good business; best ot ic.i.-ons for
elling. It you mean business call at 015
7th st. sw. au!2-7t
FOR SALK BICYCLES.
"X'OR SALE-Gent.s"96 bicycle; newtires:lis
good order; 530 ensh. Call 12 p. m. to
day, 917 st. nw. it
FOK SALE Gent's '95 Rambler bicycle:
bell, lamp, kit and foot pump: all in good
condition; $20. Apply 30 I st. ne.
FOR SALE A gent's wheel, nearly new
searchlight lamp: no reasonable offer re
fused; 4 to 7 p. m., 1907 N. H. ave. nw.
fun. oiiLc- Boy's zti-innh Crenualla wheel;
pneumatic tire; $4. Address BARGAIN
x, una office. aulo-3t-eta
FOR SALE-Market grocery stand, ?200;
rent, S10; weekly proceeds, about SIS;
good reason for selling. BUSINESS EN-
LUdAur.. i.s-L r ,
STATIOS CORNER OF SIXTH AND
7BwtAaM..we8fc daya-riTTSBrrRU EX
,,, .arlor auu -Dining Cars. Harrhv
m..iT" -.NSYLV.VNrA LIMITED
oiTjHiiu?a 81i-ping. Dlnln-. nmoking and
?w,ati?a. Cars' Harrujo'tr to r.htcago
Uncinnatl. iDOJanapolis. Sc Louts, ClelS
Hariiebu 0led0- BurreC 1'arlor Car to
10iinli.rA- ,1-iCAiF LrNE-Pullman BufreJ
i?TlC Cai IlarriRburg. Biifret Parlor
v Va,r,wHa.r.rlbur8' Fittsbnrg.
H"- CUitAUO AND ST. LOUIS
txprets-sleeping Car Waablagton
J?,at-Lonls, and Sleeping and Dlnlnj
il "arrt,bnr? to Sc. Louis, Nashvula
1 iV.s J-'ncinnatlT and Chicago.
r, U WJTfcKN EXPRESS -Pull-S?.?
?ilee?,m.s Car ritteburg, Chicago.
?? rars,tjurS Cleveland. DlnFaj.
tar to Chicago.
M.m- U' SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS
T7,,,uymaa Sleep'ng Cars Washington a
Pittsburg and Harrteburg to 3tT LouU
n?5?. CtaciunatL Dlnlc Car.
10.40 1'. M. FACtFlC EXPRESS PuU-
- MiaQA J'-'P'ng Car to Pittsburg.
' ? " ir-for Kane. Canandalgua, Roche
Buiidf0 K,aoaxa Folia daily, except
1ilc ain.for Elmlra andKencvo, dally,
except Sundays. For VilHamport,duUy,
3.4b p. in.
7:"Ji 1" rorU,l"an,srKrt.ioc-,tpr.l-:rf...
aurralo and Niagara Fens aaliy. excepi
Haturday. with sleeping Cat Wahlnstoa
i?..p' "' ror t'r,e anu Elmlra. daUy:
ror Canandalgua. Rochester, Buffalo and
Niagara i alls, Saturday nights only. Pull
terD Sleeping Car Washington toKocheiK
Fur JPniludeipnia,. New lurk and
-'0T,P., m. "CONGKESSIQNAL LI1I
11 ED, dally, all Parlor Cars, with Dta
ViS .ar rix,m Haltlmore. Regular at 7:00
(Dining Car). 8.00. 9.00. 10:00 (Dl&msj
Car), and 11:00 (Dining Car from Wil
mington) a. m.. 12.45, 3.15, 4:20, G:50,
iim . anU 1135 p. m. On Sunday. 7:00
(Dining Car), 8.00, 9.00. 11:00 (Dinln
SaJrrg"n WHmlngtonl a, m..l2:15,3:lo.
& ,6:.50' 10:0 aQd 11;35 p. m. For
Philadelphia only. Fast Express, 7:50 a.
m. weekdays. Express, 12:15p.m. week
tiara r-in n r-tn r ..!:.. . tT
-, -.. auu u-rxw y. iu. utuijr. iui
. m. wee
F9,rBalc'iraore. 6 25, 7.00, 7J50, 8.0O,
12.45. 12. 00.8.01. 3. 15,3.40, 4.00Llm
'Srtl 4.20, 4.36, 6.40, 6.15. 6.50. 7a0,
lo.oo, 10.40, 11.15, and ll.3t p. in.
On Sunday, 7 00.8 00. 9.00 9.05,10.50,
11.00 a. m.. 12.15, 1.15, 2.01 ,3.15, 8:40.
14.00 Limited), 4-20, 5.40. 0.15,0.50,
7.10, 10.00, 10.40, and 11.35 p. m.
tor Pupe'a Creek Llue, 1 5o a. m. and 4.38
P- m- daUy, except Sunday. Sundayi,
v.Uo a m.
For Annapolis, 7.00. 9.00 a. m., 12.15
and 4.ao p. m. dally, except Sunday.
Sundays. 9.00 a. m.and 420 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Florida
and points on Atlantic Coast Une, 4,30
a. m 3.40 p. m. daily, Richmond only.
10.57 a. m. week-days; Atlanta Special.
Tla Richmond and beaboard Air Llna.
4.40 p. m. dally. Accommodation for
Quantlco. 7.45 a. m- dally, and 4-23
p. m. week-daya.
For Atlantic City jvia Delawate River
Bridge, all-rail route), 11.00 a. m 3.15
aud 11.35 p. ni. dally; via MarKet street
wharf, u.tiu a. m. (Saturdvs only).
10.00, 11.00 a. m., and 12.45 p. m. weeic
days, 11.35 p.m. dally. Sundays only.
For Cape May. 10. 00, 11.00 a.m.. 12.43
p. m. week days, 11.35 p. m. daily.
Ticket otflces. corner F'fteenth and G
streets, and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left for tht
checking of baggage to destination from
uotels and resulences.
J B. HUTCHINSON, General Manager.
J R. WOOD. General Paawnger Agent.
Schedule in effect June o. 1S9T
Leave Washington rrom titaUun corner ot
new jersey avenue and 0 at-
For Chicago and Nortuwest, Vestlbuled
Limited trains. 10:00. 11 45 a. m., 8.03
For Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapo
lis, Express, 11:45 a- m. Vestlbuled Lim
ited, 3:40 p. m., express 11:30 p. m.
lor Fittsburg anu Cleveland. expre
daily 10:00 a. m. and 8.50 p. in.
For Columbus, Toledo anrt Detroit. 11:30
For Winchester ana way stations, aa:C
all:45 a. m., a5:30 p.m.
For New Orleans. .Memphis, Birmingham.
Chattanooga, Knoxville. Bristol and Roan
oke, 11:20 p. m. uady; Sleeping fars
Fur Luray, 3:40 p. n daily.
For Baltimore, wesic-uays, 5 00, 6:30,
X7.05, X7.10, X7.3U, X8.00. H.30, X930.
xlO:00, rl2:00 a. m., X12.05. 12:10,
X12.40, X3 00, 3 20. X4:30, 433, X5:03,
X5 10. x5:30, X6.2U. 6:30, Xd 00, 8:15,
X0.-20, lld.6, xll.50 p. m., und 12:01
night. Sundays, x7 .03, x7 10.x7.30. 8:30,
X9.00 a. m.. X12.05, X12.40, 1:00, X3:00,
3:20, 4.35, X5:05. Xo:10, 6.30, X8.00,
x.2o, 11:1 5. xl l.-ho p. m.. xl2:01 night.
lor Annapolis, 7.10 and fc.30 a.m.. 12.10
and 4.3U p. m. Sundays, s.30 a.m., 4.33
For Frederick, week days, .00 a. m,
11.45. 4.30, 5.30 p. m. Sunday, 9.00
a. ni., 1.16 p. m.
For Uagerstowc, alO 00 a. rn.anda5.S0
For Koya and way points, week daya.
K.00 a. m., 4 30, 5.30, t.05p. m. Sunday
0.00 a. m.. 1.15, 7.05 d jn
For Galtheraburg and way points, wee
days, s.uo, 9.0O a. m., m.co, 3.00; 4.30;
4.33, 5.30. 5.35, 7.05. 11.40 p.m. Sun
days, 9.00 a. m., 1.15, 4.33, 7.00; 10.13
For Washington Junction ar-d way points,
8.00 a. m., 4.30, 5.30 p. m., week days,
9.00 a. m., 1.15 p. m., Sundays.
For Bay Ridge, week da vs. 6 A3 a. m.
and 4.30 p. m. Sundays, 9.'35 a.m.. 1.30
aud 3.15 p. m.
itoyal liiue .Line lor ow i.ori and
All trains lUumina ted with t'lnfsch light.
For l'hiladelyhto.N'ew York.Boaton and
tipj Jiasv. wr.ek days, 7.05, 8.00. 10.00 a.
m., 12.00, (12.40 Dining Cars). 3.00.
(5.05 Dining Car), (12.0i night, sleeping
car, open at 10.00 o'clock ). buudays, 7 .05,
9.00 a. m., (12.4U Dining Cars), 3.00,
(5.05 Dining Car). 12.01 night, sleeping
car, open 10.00 o'clock. Additional train
for PhUadelphla, week days, daUy, 8.00
Butfet Parlor Cars on all day trains.
.for Atlantic City, 7.uo, 10.00 a.nx,
il-.uu noon, lw.40 and a.ou p.m., wee
cays, 1-.4U p.m., Sundays.
For Capo May, 12 noon.
aExcept Si.uday. xExjiress trains.
Baggage caned :or and checked from
hotels and residences by Union Transfer
Co., on orders left at ticket offices. 619
Pennsylvania avenue northwest. New Yorlc
avenue and Fifteenth street, and at Depot.
WM. M. GREENE, D.li. MAKTIN.
Gen. Atanager. Mgr. Pass. Traf fla
Three scholarships, awarded each year to
successful competitors, are open tor the
year i97- Oh. Examinations on Septem
ber l , 2 and 3.
The examination for entrance will em
brace the rudiments or Knglinh grammar,
arithmetic, United States history, and
United Slates geography. The examina
tion tor any particular class wdl embraea
the matter or the precelingcla--s. Student3
rrom the city and vicinity are eligible, anil
the successful candidates will receive a,
Tree scholarship in the classical depart
ment or the college. ThHIs anorrer wmoli
young men should appreciate, as the op
portunity is arrorded to secure a rirst-chisj
education Tree ot all expense.
Any boy receiving a scholarship must
have a monthly average or ruty marks; It
he fall below this two months In succes
sion the scholarship will ba withdrawn.
iJlIOin.il ANU 1NSTKUCTION
Given to ladies and gentlemeu In the
northwest; classes now forming; compet
ent Instructor. Call 151G S st- between
G and 7 p. m. aul3-3t
bl. AlAKX'S AfAOKAlL
Boarding and day school for yoangMadlea
and children, will reopen Monday. Sept
6. For particulars address 3ISTER SU
FKIOR! aiUO Imo
EMERSON INSTITUTE I roung'stutl
eu.yJ Select classical and iuauie:iiaiteal
scluxil for young men and hoys. 914 14th
st.. opposite Franklin Sipiare. Will re
open Jseptember 27. Circulars can he ob
tained at the school building or by ad
dressing CHAS. B. YOUNG, Principal.
WANTED To exchange young horse,"
weight 1 ,000 lbs., forone weighing 1 ,200
or more; suitable Tor farm work. Address
F'AKAIEK, this orrice. aulS-3t
FOR HIKE To drummers and business
men, horse and buggy or Dayton. $2 per
day, and special iiric . ror pleasure tlrivtat;.
Apply to the REX STABLES, rear 615 31
St. nvr.; telephone call, 103. ap30-tt