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THE MOKflTNQ TIMES, SATUllDAT, AUGUST 21, T897.
MONKT WANTED AND TO LOAN.
WB will pay spot cash for well rented
smalt houses; must pay i;ood percentage;
money to loan at -4 1-2 to o -per eu(.
WILSON & CORYELL, E08 F ht. nw.
3.000 to loan: no delav. J. B. JONES,
Third floor. X216 F H. au20-3t
WANTED -53,500 to complete one or the
Debt real estate Investments in Hie DIs
trict; subncnptlons received in sums or
not less tliau $500; saie and certain to
pay. For information address BOX 150,
tins oriice- . au20-3t
LOANS from 55 to $50 to r6Uable parties;
also mouey adrauced on bicycles. Room
8. Central lildg., cor. 9tb and Pa. ave. nw.
A NEW PLAN.
510 TO S1.O00TO LOAN
ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS,
HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC,
Without removal from possession of owner.
You can have the money the day you
apply for it- Payments n tue principal,
or any amount, will be received at any time,
avlilcli will lessen cost or loan.
LOWEST RATES. ,
MOST DESIRABLE TERMS.
No cost to you if loan is not made.
Please call tor further Information.
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO..
aull-tf-em 602 t st-av.
H. ix. FULTON'Sloan orrice, 1218 Pa. ave.
nw., money loaned on "watches, diamonds.
Jewelry, silrerware, etc. aplG-tlm
.LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT
erai. such as lire policies, suksUs, tonus,
building association shares, tivuulcate cer
tificates, eta No delay. 1'ERKES &
BAR.KR. 11 IP F at. Take elevator. tf
LOANS MADE ON FUHNTTUKE,
Loans made on Furniture. Pianos, norees,
Wagons, etc., at lowest rates and quickest
possible time. Strictlycoiindential. Please
call berore t-ecuriitg louus elewheie.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
010 F street northwest.
MONEY TO LOAN 1,000 upward,-at 5
and S 1-2 per cent on D. C. real estate;
$200, 5500, etc, at 6 per cent; all
transactions conducted "with economical
consideration Tor borrowers.
apl6-tf 1407 F fit, nw.
MONK TO LOAN at 5 and 6 per cent;
security, real estate in District oi Ooluiu
blu; no delay beyond an inspection of prop
erty and examination or title. WALTER
E. ACKER. 704 14th St. nw. Illb28-U"
IIKL1 WANTED MALE.
WANTED -Good wiiite barber wanted to
help out on -Saturday. 610 13th nw. It
WANTED Two good barbers. Apply 319
pa. ave. nw. It
VAVl"fc.u A isarbcr; steady employment
aa ana a his. nw. it
WANTED Bright boy (about 14 ) foroffice
work; chance to work lit a way up in
established business concern; duties light;
Hours easy; $1 a week at start; steady in
crease to right boy. "GOOD CHANCE,"
this ofiice. au21-3t
WANTS l First-class ladies' tailor, at
once. 1324 G et. nw. lt-em
A MAN that understands double-entry book
keeping, -with small capital, can secure
a good position, -with salary and part
prom oi a clean and piof liable business,
or become a iiartner; refs. given ami re
quired; only those wbo liave cash answer
31. H. CASH, tins office. au20:3t,em
""WAAttbD -Agents for enlarged portraits,
S15 week, Jsaturday, between 9 and 12.
oil 6tn st nw. lum
AN3.fc.iJ -a. good white baiber. 928 itn
Vt'ANTSD Several men of ability andpuFh
to solicit and collect. ood positions to
men orability- Apply to Room No. 5, Fne
riien's Insurance building, cor- 7th and
La. ave. nw au20-3 1 ,em
.-xvm-i A young man who nav bad
some experience In n f-hoe store. Apply
712 7xn st. nw. It-em
WANTED -lO bright men "Who bave had
experience cnrrvasshig to advertise the
famous "D- C." compound; 512 per veelc.
Call 5 p. m., N. M. D OL1N, 1627 N. J. ave,
WANJT.ED An euergerlcjuan for sity wiles
man; big par for the right man. 437
7Ttb st. nw., room 3. aul9-3t
HKLr "WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED -Experienced girl to "wait on
tabic and do chamber work; none other
need apply. Call 1015 L. It
WANTED Woman to do general house
work; also coot to goaway; small family;
$15 and 512 per month. 1702 1-2 10th
st, nw. It
WANTliD A girl for store; one to nelp
in housework. 2153 Pa. ave. It
WANTED Young lady (with typewriter)
$3 a week to begin; more "when pro
fiCcnt; chance lor piomotiou; work easy
and agreeable. ESTAULltoHEDUU-.''this
WANTEB-Ualf-grown girl to do general
liuvfework. for ramlly of two; white
preferred. 1321 S El nw. lt
WAKTh I ) W hlte girl for nurse. A pply in
store. 1132 7th st. nw. auo-3t
WANTED -A white gnl to assist In gen
eral iwusework; suiall ramilv. 445 H
St. nw. aul8-3t,em
WAATJiD in white and colored country
girls for chambermaids, cooks, general
Do use workers; good wages. 441 G st.
WANTED First-class waist hand; none
otherneed apply. 497M-it.fiw. au!9-3t
WANTED -A white girl tor general house
work; must stay ax nights. Apply 821
3d st.se. a u 18-3t-em
WANTED Young lady cashier. Address
in own Handwriting, GENOA, this orrice.
I3KLP WANTED MALE AND
"UOff a man and "woman siwileda man's
half-holiday in a Wasiiingtou street
our," Pastor E. Hez Swem explains Son
day night. Cool auditorium. Free ihw.
Secono liaptit. Church Auditorium, 4th .u
and ya. ave. so. It
WANTED -Good vaudeville actonsactresses
and musicians waiting for engagements
can fceonre a week's rest and recreation at
n nearby summer resort by applying at
206 Dei. ave.ne. au21-3t
WANTED -At City Intelligence Orfice,
cooks, waltez, general liousuworkers,
porters, drivers, nurses, laundresses, cham
bunnalds, cleaners, boys, laborers, dish
washers; quickest place to get work.
SHACKLEFORD'S, -427 11th st- nw.
"VVANl'ED A first-claps white cook; also
a while boy. 901 M st. nw. aul9-3t
.SIT1 " ATI ( 'XS "WANTED-LVLE.
WANTED Uy a young man with 3 years'
experience, clerical position requiring
Btenograptty and typcwriUng; best or rets.
Address STENOGRAPHER, this office. It
WANTED Dy a respectable colored man
fcltuatiou as chef, cook or second cook;
best of references. Address 1327 Cedar
Et. nw.. bet. 13th and 14th and S and T
Bts. nw- it
WANTED-Graduate of Business High
Hoiiool desires position as stenographer
and typewriter; small salary. Address
BUSINESS, this office. aul9-Ct
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTfaU-By competent woman, as gen
eral bousewoiker, chambermaid or nurse;
good refb. 1702 1-2 10th st. nw.
WAMivU-By white woman, position as
general houseworker in btnall family: no
cards answered. Call DOS 5lh st. a. w. It
WANTfcD -A refined ladvof good ref.,38,
wishes a. iosltion as housekeeper for a
conucinnn; is willing to do auyhousework
but laundry; wages uot less thansiu. Ad
dress il. S-, 706 4tli st. se. It-era
WANTED A icspectable, capable colored
woman with good references, wants fam
ily washing to do, either out or at home:
will try to please. Address LOUISA L.,
WANTED-By white (settled) vomnn, sit
uation as cook and do housework; rrood
home; wages moderate. Address E. A. B..
this office. aul9-3t
WA NTED By a Tcspectable woman sit
uation as chambermaid or nurse. Ad-
drcss fc04 E it. sw. nul8-3t-cm
WANTtu-Dy a settled white woman, gen
eral houeeworu in. private family. 707
l2iii st nw. aul6-3t-cw
WANTED A position, as cook or geu.-ral
Housework in small family; jets, fur-
Blshed. Apply 2010 N. J. ave. nw.
W ANTED AGENTS.
"WANTED Ageets; 520 to $25 weettaure
to wc-rkers: no capital needed; new goods;
sew plan: scHs at flight: even family needs
JjL HOUSEHOLD SPEC. CO.. Box 424,
Ctadanati, Ohio. my29-sat2Qt
THE "3 DAYS" CURE (for men leada
all remedies i this city; a prompt and
permanent cure or no charge; consultation
free DR. McXEEEAN, 716 12thst. nw.
lilt. SHADE, 1232 14th St., is the only
consumption and bright s diseuss special
itt In Washington. Consultation Tree on
Monday, Wednesday and rnday. Refer
ence: Or. Patterson, 52 H st. ne.; Dr. Mc
ium. 25 5th .st. he.; Mrs. Render, 1232 Utli
PROF. CLAi! Oldest established medium
alertisii,g m lbs city, consult liim on
business, law suits, divorce, speculations,
separations, love or family troubles; can
teil you anything you wisn to .know; brings
separated husbandandwlf etogethcr; makes
sweetheart or loer trt e, causes marriages;
removes spells or mysterious feelings,
gives luck fee f.O cenis; houis 10 to 10
daily. 4b9 H st. sw. au20-3t
No Impositlonl -Nothing but facts given
Clairvoyant and Palmist
Her predictions. Information, and advice on
buMness, marriage, divorces, separations,
peiibioi..s, ct-eils, wills, lawsuits, towels,
'ost or stolen liropcrLy. etc., arc accurate
mill f rnlhtnl K-..trtc ..i.'-.i, Vrt mnltr
"what trouble you may have,call on this
girted woman: she cail help you out ot all
difficulties. Absolute satisfaction gunr
anlsd. German and Engllbh spoken. Resi
dence, 1303 ta st. nw. aul3-lmo
MASSAGE aud bath, manicure and chir
opodist. 702 Uth hi. nw.T open till 9
p. in. au!6-7t
MADAME RETTA. clairvoyant, medium
and card reader, 25c and 50c. No. 510
s st. nw. aul9-7t,eiu
Of Providence, B. I., is n-'genuine spir
itual medium or the best class; can be
swii on all business or every description;
all in trouble or doubt should see him
at once; gives rull names and perlect;
spirit tests; sittings dally at 58 B. st.
nw.; from 10 a. m. to S p. m.; terms
moderate; rerers you to National Assoi ia
tlou or Spiritualists. au!9-7C
Medium and card reader; Washington's
most famous clairvoyant aud palmist; con
sult her on business, love, aud family af
fairs; rcunilesXae separated; removes spells;
causes speedy marriages, und gives good
luck; open -dauv; German spoken; 25c. and
50c; 929 H st. nw. uul0-14t
A POINTER Tor you men that appreciate
the value or a dollar We now ojfor ior
KUe ttie nnest cuKtoiu-muUe suits "just
worn a little" at prices that will make
you call again. JUSTH'S OLD STAND,
619 D si nw. aul7-7t
In obstetrics; gold medal awarded for the
bcience of obstetrics Tram the University
of Munich, Bavaria; treats bucccssrully
woman's complaints and irregularities; pri
vate sanitarium for ladies beiore and dur
ing confinement. Ofriee hours from 10 a.
in. to 5 p. m. . No. a 7th st.nu.
F. H&LEE, 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, lawsuit?,
love affairs, family troubles, reunites the
separated, brings quarrels all right, re
moves pells, causes mairinges, and gives
good luck, etc. Addiess P. O., care
Gen. Del., Atlantic City, N. J. Will re
turn here in Sept. Satisfaction guaran
teed; WANTED Ladles' dresses made, S3 up;
peifect fit; Baughman's drescuiter, 55.
MME. HYATT. 908 N. Y. ave. jy24-lmo
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
uuu if street Aortliwest.
Gold nillngs and bridgo work a spe
cialty, at the lowest pilce; amalgam idl
ings, 50c; rull sets of teeth ou plates, ?5;
extracting, either by gas or local spray,
absolutely painless, 50c; without, Etc; all
work done by experts, and guaranteed the
best; open on Sundays from 10 to 3
EXPEBT SEEC3LA.I.ISX In the
cure of all private diseases. Hydrocele
Varicocele, fatricture, Impotency, antr
BypUilitlc Diseases positively cured. Ad
vice and Consultation t ree. lioih Sexes,
iiours, 9 to 12, 2 to 5; Tucs., Thurs , and
Bat. evenings, 7 to 8. No. 602 F st. nw.
(Closed Sunday.) Jcin-tf
TOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Fumished2d-floor front?
56; 3d-floor front, 55; commodious liouse;
modern improvements; central. 604 H st.
FOR liENT-Comfortable fur. ruunis, S8
and $10; transients accommodated. 423
4th st. nw. au21-3t
FUR BENT Two pleasant comniimlcating
furnished rooms: privilege of ligtit house
keeping, $14; or one large front room, fur
nished, $10; private family. 222 F st.
FOR RENT Two elegant parlors; cabinet
mantels; furnished or unfurnished. 422
1st st. ne. au21-3t
FOR RENT Three rooms, furnished, for
housekeeping: suitable for married couple.
Apply 1806 11th st. nw, au20-3t
FOR RENT 609 9th st. ne.; 2 lovely
rooms on 2d floor; fur. or unfur; suita
ble for light liousekeeping: bath room on
same floor, private family, aud terms
FOR RENT Three nicelv fur. rms. on
2d floor; with bath and gas. 223 1st
st. nw. au20-3t
IOR RENT Fur., to persons of refine
ment, beautiful rooms, newly f ur.; prices,
S5, $7, 510 and $12; no housekeeping;
board if desired; refs. exchanged. OWNER,
221 E st. nw. uiil9-3t,Tn
FOR RENT Unfur.. large parlors and
6mnll room adjoining; physician, dent
ist, dressmaker, etc.: bath same lloor;
near Palais Royal. 723 11th st. nw.
FOR RENT Pleasant, large, well-furnished
rooms and first-cla t-oard, 510 to Jr20 a
mnth. No. 16 4th.sl.nc. an 19 tit
FOR itENT 1 fur. room for gentleman,
in small private family; opposite Wash
ington Circle; price mederate. 1003 23d
st. nw. aul9-9t
LIGHT HOLHEKEEPING-Sulte of two
lovely furnished rooms; entire floor; re
frigerator and water on same floor; und a
hall room. 41 5 G st. nw. aul9-3t
FOR RENT Furnished front room. 711
.vim i. my.; ioi iuu,y uniy. uuj..j-.ic
l'UR KiNT 3 large unrur. rooms; 2d rioor:
all front; with bays; corner House, nt
children; private family; verv reasonable.
301 Alass. ave. ne. aul9-3t
FOR BENT Three unfurnished rooms,
with heat, 9. 30G8 School St., ait.
ficasan t au!9-3 1
FOR RILN'T Three large rooms, near all
car lines; $13 ner month. 1008 6th st.
nw. 19-3 1
FOR RENT Two communicating rooms,
all conveniences, 2 blocks from H st.
cars and ne. market; S10. Address H. R.
1'., this office. aul9-3t
FOR i:iSNT- Fur.. roouiB, 1435 L St.; by
the day, wceli or month; liouse cool and
coiutonaoie; location central. aulS-7t
FOR ItENT Furnished or unrurnished
rooms; near ihree car lines. 946 N. Y.
ave. nw. aul8-6t
FOR RENT Nicely rur. room, 2d floor;
opens ou a veianda; si. GO a week; board
ir oeslred. 12 Gill 6t. ne., near E. Cap.
st. cars and Capitol. au!5-7t
FOR 1CKNT Furnished rooms; with or
without board. 1528 15th nw.
FOR RENT Fur. or unfur., rooms; reason
able. 207 G st.nw. aul8-3t-cm
FOR KENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS
FOR i:ENT Two or four unfurnished
rooms, second floor; light housekeeping.
100 Alass.a-ve. ne. nu2i-3t
FOR BENT 3 nice unfur. rooms, with
heat, gas and bath; two car lines pass
the door; $12. 215 lstst. nw. au21-3t
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms on
third floor; price $8. 134 F bt. ne.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
FOK illiXST Two or three gentlemen can
find pleasant rooms and board in new
House with private ramlly; room Tor wjieels.
Address Lu, Mt. Pleasant Postof flee. Ref
WAJS'lJiD Two young men to room and
board in private family; near Llbrarv.
310 3a bt. ne. au20-3t-etn
JiOOilS and board,$15 andJSIS per month;
l block rrom City Hall, on Metropolitan
(ur line. INDIANA HOUSE, 31K 3d fit.
Jf4 A WEEK for good room and board;
splendid location. 716 12th st. nw.
Speed and Drivers.
50 Head Today,
At Our Auction, 205 Eleventh St.
One rast Pacer, Buggy and Harness;
two DuMiiess Wagons'.ouei-'unilture wagon;
A1AGRATH !e JUSNNELLY.
RATCLIFFE, SUTTON & CO. .AUCTION
EERS, 920 PA. AVE. N. W TRUS
TEE'S SALE OF ONE THREE
STORY, NINE-ROOM AND CELLAR
.ROMAN BRICK DWELLING, "V 11 H
ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS,.
RUING NO. 1242 PRINCETON
Under and by virtue or a certain deed
Of trust, dated March 5, 1S9G, and duty
recorded, March 11, 1896, In liber 2101.
folio 35J, et seq.. of the lund records
or the District of Columbia, default hav
ing occurred in the peiiormance of the
terms and conditions of the bond men
tioned and referred to in Uie buid deed of
trust, and at the written request of the
secretary of the body corporate, the
obligee in and the holder aud owner of
baid bond, the undersigned tnibtees will
sell at pulpit auction, in front of the
premises, ou MONDAY, the 12th DAY OP
JUL, A. D. 1897, AT 5.30 O'CLOCK
P. M tbat pli-e or parcel of laud sit
uated in the county of Washington, Dis
trict, or Columbia, and known und desig
nated as so much of lot 15, block 25. in
John Sherman, trustee's. subdivision or part
or Mount Pleasant and Pleasant I'lains,
now called "Columbia Heights," as lies
witntn the exterior lines of lot 32, in
Charles D. Church's subdivision of said lot
15, a plat of whicli is recorded In book
"County," 11, page 30, one or the records
or the surveyor's office of the District ot
Columbia, said lot being improved by a
new 9-room and cellur dwelling, with all
modern hnpiovements, the same being
premises numbered 1242 Princeton street
Terms or Sale: All cash. A depositor
5150 will be required at time or Hale.
Terms or bale must be compiled with
witnin leu days from date of bale; other
wise, the lot will be resold at risk and
jcostof aelaultlng purchaser or purchasers.
All conveyancing, recording, etc., at pur
STEPHEN VAN WYCK, Trustee.
Washington Loan and Trust Hldg.
FREDERICK L. S1DDONS. Trustee.
Washington Loan and Trust Bldg.
Tbe above sale is postponed on account
or the ruin until FRIDAY, JULY 16.
1897, at same hour and place.
STEPHEN VAN WYCK, Trustee.
Washington Loan and Trust tildg.
FREDERICK L. SIDDONS, Trustee.
Washington Loan and Trust Bldg.
The purchaser at the above sale having
Tailed to comply, the property will be re
sold at his risk and Cost on WEDNESDAY,
the 1st DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D.
1897, AT 5:30 O'CLOCK P. M.
STEPHEN VAN WYCK. Trustee.
Washington Loan and Trust Bldg.
FREDERICK L. SrDDONS, Trustee.
Washington Loan nnd Trust Bldg.
C. u. SIjOAN ii CO., Auctioneers, 1407 G st.
DWELLINGS KNOWN AS NOS.100S
-AM) 1010 NEW JER.SEY AVENUE
By virtue of a certain deed of trust,
dated the twenty-fourth day or Decemer,
1890, and duly recorded in Liber No. 21S5,
folio 124 et seq., one yf the land records
of the District of Columbia, and at the re
quest of the party secured thereby, we
wilt sell at public auction In front of the
premises on SATURDAY, the 28th (lay
of August, at 4 n. m.. the lollowing de
scribed land and premises situate In the
city ot wasuington, District oi Colum
bia, known and distinguished as and
being all of lots numbered twenty-three
(231 and twenty-four (24) in James G.
Pai'neV subdivision ot lots in square num
bered five hundred and lifty-eiglit lor.Sb
as per plat recorded in book 14,rolio 95,
of tue records of the office of the aur eyor
of the District of Columbia.
Terms of Sale Sold subject to a prior
deed of trust for 2,000, and interest and
taxes; ualance cash; S100 deposit nt
tiuie of sale. Terms of sale to' be com
plied with within fifteen days from day of
sale, otlierwisa the propertv will be reold
at the ribk and cost ot tlu "defaulting pur
chaser. ABRAM P. FARDON,
LEONARD O. WOOD,
RATCLIFFE, SUTTON Ac CO., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES SALE OF NINE VALUABLE
THREE-STORY AND BASEMENT
BUFF BRICK RESIDENCES. CON
TAINING NINE ROOMS AND BATH.
BEING NOS. 1315 TO 1331 KENE
SAW AVE. NW.
Under and by virtue of a certain deed
ot trust, dated June 22, 1S96, and duly
recorded Jiuy 7lb90, in Liber 2130, at
folio 459, one of the land lecords of the
District or Columbia, default having oc
curred intheperrormunceof the terms and
conditions of the bond mentioned anil re
ferred to in the said deedot trust, and ut
the written request of the secretaryof the
body corporate, the obligee in ana the
holder and owner ot the said bond, the
undersigned trustees will sell at public
auction, in front of the premises, on
MONDAY, TIIE30TH DAY OF AUGUST
A. D. 1897, AT 4:30 O'CLOCK P. M.,
all those pieces or parcels ot land and
premises, situate In the city ot Wash
ington, District ot Columbia, and known
as and called lots thice (3), four (4) and
five (5), in block thirty-six (36), in John
Sherman's, trustee, subdivision of part of
Mount Pleasant and Pleasant Plains, now
called Columbia Heights, as per plat re
corded in Liber "Gov. Shepherd," at folio
137, one of the records or the Surveyor's
Office of the District of Columbia.
Terms or sale: AH cash. Each house
and parcel of land occupied thereby will be
flrot offered separately, and a depof.lt of
S200 will be required at the time of sale
on each house and parcel of laud bold. If
not sold the property will be offered in
block, and a deposit or 51,000 will be re
quired at the time ot sale. Terms of sale
to be complied with within ten days from
the date ot sale, otherwise the lot or lots
will be resold at the risk and cost of the
defaulting purchaser or purchasers. All
conveyancing, recording, etc., at purchas
FREDERICKL. SIDDONS, Trustee.
Washington Loan & Trust Building.
STEPHEN VAN WYCK, Trustee,
Washington Loan & Trust Building.
THO.-5. DOWLNG Ja CO., Auctioneers
AUCTION SALE OF VALUABLE STOCK
On FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1S97, AT 12
o'clock noon, we will sell at our auction
rooms, 612 E st. nw., Washington, D. C,
the following securities:
One hundred (100) shares capital stock
ot tlie Wilmington and New Castle Electric
Hallway Company (incorporated under the
luws ot the State of Delaware), and ten
UO) Slot) 6 per cent rirst mortgage coupon
bonds tdue in 1899) or the .Tournul Print
ing Company (a corporation under the laws
or the State or Delaware).,
To be sold to tne highest bidder for cash.
Til OS. UOWLNG Ac CO., Auctioneers
IF YOU HAVE furnished or unfurnished
rooms to rent, register them with us;
no ciiarge nnless we secure vou a tenant;
drop postal and agent will call. DIS
TRICT ROOM RENTING AGENCY, 19
Warder Building. au2l-3t
YOUNG manwantssmall roorncheap;state
terms. ROOM, this office. au21-3t
WANTED By three adults, four 2d-story
rooms; unrurnished; in northwest; rent,
g!2. Address ILK., this orfice. It
WANTED -By man and wife, nw., 2
or 3 rooms, suitable light housekeeping;
strictly first-class locality; answer terms.
D. s., this office. Item
WANTED Gentleman desires board and
rooms for. himself and two children,
aged 7 and 10; can furnish rooms; must
be cheap and near school; suburbs pre
ferred. Address, stating terms, B. B.
B., this office. au20-3t
WANTED 3 desirable toouis: 2d floor;
suitable for light housekeeping; terms
must bo moderate. Address A. B. R.,thls
WANTED 3 or 4 unfurnished rooms; 59
to $12; with quiet, non-inquisitive peo-
ple. GEORGETOWN, thlsoffice. au20-3t
WANTED By gentleman, a large, quiet,
unfur. room, with breakfast and evening
dinner: refs. exchanged; state terms, whicn
must be moderate. Address X. B., this
ANTED 2 or 3 unfur. rooms in good
locality, within walking distance of Pat
ent Ofriee; $10 or Slu. c. II. P., mis
WANTED 8 or 9-room house; a. m. I.;
vicinity upperl4thst.,southor Boundary;
about $6,000; all cash; prefer to deal with
owner; lull description, with street aud
number, or no attention. Address NO
TK1FLEKS, this office. auia-Ot-em
FOR SALE MISCKLLANEOU8.
FOR SALE-Austiti'b and Spratt's fresh
dog cakes; also Glover's dog medicines;
pamphlet on dogs' and birds' dlsea&es free;
birds and animals mounted by expert tax
idermist. SCHMID'S BIRD STORE, 712
12th bt. nw. au21-tf
FOR SALE St. Bernard dog; two years
old; well marked, and a great favorite
wlthchililrea-.weight 135 pounds. Address
1, this office. " It
FOR SALE Mahogauy pool table; Bruns-wick-Balke
Collendei Co.; with Monarch
cushions; In excellent condition; 4x8:
every thing complete; will racrifite if bold
at once. Address CUB, this office.
FOR SALE -Will soil cheap beveral thor
oughbred setter Bluebelton puppies: best
stock mthecity 1220 13th st.nw. uul9-3t
FOR SALE -Complete 18 volumes well
bound copies of U.S. Patents, comprising
vuluublo discoveries for making artificial
paring and budding stone, marble und tiles;
complete recoid Kom the beginning of the
t S. patent system to July t, lt"7; i
ptled at a cost or 400; will sell Tor $150;
party leaving the city; woitn many t. es
the cost Tor patent attorneys, paving und
building contractors. EASTKRDAY 4
UAL1)EMAN,1434 N. Y.ave.nw. mil 9-3t
FOR SALE Young'H best butter, 25 cents,
or 5 pounds for $1. and the quality can
not be excelled. R. 11.. YOUNG, 76 and 77
O Street Market and 69 Riggs Market: pos
tai orders promptly filled. aul8-7t-em
FOR SALE A patent cork sealer for bot
tling beCi. coat -, good as tu-, pilce,
$20. Apply 802 8t)i st. aw. aulH-.ttH'in .
FOR KALE TWO FIRST-CLASS WHIT
tier boilers, lu Horsepower each, m ex
cellent condition, with a 100 horse
power Atlas engine; Tor sale cheap
ir removed soon. Apply to STILSON
HUTCHINS. Hulehlns- Building, where boil
ers uud en gin p. can be been jy2-tr
FOR SALE-IIandsome oak mirror fold
ing tied, $20; cost 75; cherry folding
bed, $lo; large oak bedroom suite, 14;
1 oak bedroom suite, $9; bedroom suite,
o; extension table, oak, JJ3; portable
oak wardrobe, $9; large water rilterer,
;?, o.ik MueLoaru, $15; cost $30; uiuntel
lotdiug bed, $3; leather chairs, 70t , largo
showcase aud counter, marl.li'-top tables,
lmiwivome, odd shaped center-tables, rugs,
oisncs, iojIh, clocks, nird cages, mattresses,
while iron beds, odd bureaus and wash
stands, what-not, kitchen table, und a
ctioice lot or rousQrurmshlngs; the atove
is- out or the White House; a rpre chunce
lor line goods. 1721 Pa. ave. nw.
FOR SALE- Young Cuban and Mexican par
rots, monkeys, gold fished, dogs, pigeons,
canaries, incubatois, spiutts and Austin's
dog bread; send ror catalogue. SCH MllVS
BIRD STORE, 713 ,12th st. nw au4-tf
FOR SALE-St. Bernard pup; S months
old; well trained, carries heavy baskets;
cheap at ouce. 1721 Pa. ave. nw.
FOIi im r- i-OJr-vs & rRRTA.
FOR SALE Pony; Icind and gentle", only
4 years old; for lady or children; chenp.
Appiv 612 G st. nw., rear. ou20-3t
FOR SALE -Sound, 'stvhsh loan mare;
will suit coupe or delivery; also Gregg
Sr Bowe doctoi'8 phaeton, good as new;
both cheap to quirk buyer. 1327 H bt.
FOR SALE 2 wagons, 2 buggies, 2 sur-
ries.l trap, 6 sleighs; also 2 cneaphorses:
these goods are left to l! told; nothing in
rca&on rerused. 927 D St., next Merchants'
Purcel Delivery Co iy29-tf.em
1- - U . : ,
want if they read The Times
en to AllRead Them.
m. --53B, j$8& 55,
W ffi? & W
FOR SALE Cigar store doing fair busi
ness; good reason for selling. 507 D st.
FOR SALE A rare chance for nice grocery
in se.; will sell at inventory: good reason
for selling. Address C. E., this oifice.
FOR SALE Grocery; corner Q st. nw.;
near cable; at inventory: rent, $18.
BUM NESS EXCHANGE, 1321 F St. IlW.
FOR SAL.E Confectionery store; on cor
ner; good point for drugglbt. Call at
1030 rv. Capitol bt. today or Sunday.
FOR SALE Store fixtures and bedroom
furniture. Apply 55 C st. se
FOR SALE Corner grocery ond provision
store In nw.; good location and good busi
ness; will sell at inventory; reuson for seUing
sickness. Call at 919 G st. nw., between
8 to 11 a. m. aud 4 to 6 n.m.HAFTNER.
WANT ED -Saloons and stores for cash
buyers. BUS. EXUH., 1321 Fbt. an21-3t
FOR SALE-Saloon, $1,400: near trans
ler, corner 7 th and Pa. ave. BUS.EXCU.,
1 321 F st. au21-3t
WANTED -Partner, with small amount
of cash; one that understands lunch and
bakery. WANTED, thlsoffice. lt-em
FOR SALE-225 for a grocery btore,
worth $600; this is vour chance if you
want a good business". COMMERCIAL,
5L0 F st. n w. au20-3t,em
FOR SALE $150will buy thebest bargain
ever onereu in grocery score, ue quius.
COMMERCIAL, 510 F St. nw. au20-3t,em
OR SALE An animated picture machine,
witn iitteen views; pcrrect conuuiou.
1305 T st. nw. lt-em
IV IVM'.1. I, I'urtiw.i .,h H.1 7K 1l mill V-
perienced paity with equal amount to
open dairy luncn; references exchanged.
WANTED By Sept. 1, a partner with
$200 to extend an already established
poultry business. Address W. E. A. F.,
FOR SALE Comer grocery store, doing
a business or $l,50ti per month; can be
doubled; a great bargain it sold at once.
Address W. F. G., this office. aul9-3t-em
FOR BALE-A parly having a number of
Hygienic Ice Co. bonds will sell at a
saennce, rrom $1 to $5. Address BON DS,
tnts orrice. nul9-3t-em
FOR SALE-Drug store, $1,000; $350
cash; balance monthly; owner has otlwr
business; don't answer unless you mean
business. TANNIN, thli office. au!9-3t
FOR SALE New Fostoffice restuurunb
cor. .tain and 1 sts. nw. inquire witn
FOR SALE-Stock. and fixtures of flrst
ctass millinery and fancy goods; estab
lished 16 years. Apply MRS. P. EMRICH,
3116 11 st. nw. uul8-3t-em
FOR SALE Grocery and provision store
in northwest; a splendid stand. Address
ALASKA, this otfiqe. aul8-3t,em
FOR SALT! BICYCLES.
FOR SALE Gent's '96 bicycle; new tires;
in good order; with lamp, toolbag and
toe clips; $30 cash. 917 E st. nw.lt
FOR SALE The greatest bicycle bargains
ever known; unredeemed Worlds, Knia
blers, , Elgins, Detons and other high-grade
wiieels, for lacUes and gents, at 1-3 value;
bicycles Iwiglit ohtright and exchanged
and taken on btorage: sundries at un
heard of prices. NEW YORK CYCLE CO.,
434 9th st. nw. au20-7t
FOR SALE Gent's '96 bicycle: new tires;
in good order; with lamp, tool bag and
toe clips; $30 cash. Call 12 m. today, 917
E st. nw." au20-2t
FOR SALE $20 will buy a '94 Colum
bia bicycle In good condition. Apply to
LESLIE BARCLAY, 927 La. ave. nw.
WA NTKD POSXAG-R STAiMTVt.
WANTED For cash .all kinds of olc. United
States postage and department stamps;
oourouons aiso oouguc. u. X. xiuxjar
UORST, 1005 7th t7nw- my9-tf
xvlftx dOb. jSQZx x$, xS&k
FOR SALE AND RENT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN,
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F ST.NW.
HOUSES FOR KENT.
2209 13th st.nw., 6 rms ?26 50
.iV.u' uvc.sw., t rms
r,h.u t. nw., 10 rms
H-llr 6t" n,v- 7 rms
530 Jistst. nw., 6 rms
730 5th st. se., 8 rms
?"15,,0 st. sw., 5 rms
ift Jg- ne-. 4 rms
2904 ithst.nw.,0 rms
ot STORES, OFFICES, ETC.
Stable, rear 1314 Mass. ave. nw..$125 00
Store, 626 La. ave. nw 115 00
-oiitralBuiIdlui:.Roomsllandl2.. 30 00
au, 3d floor, 410 10th st
Stoie and dwg., lioi 4th bt.ne.,
Store and clw., 937 Fla. ave.uw.,
030 D bt.. Room 1
Stable, rear 1417 K st. nw
Stable, rear 1629 0 st. nw
Store, 937 Fla. ave
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Lots Aubrev TTolirlit
Lots Berwin Heights
Lots .Kensington Heights
Lots Charlton Heights
Lots 3d st, bet K. and L no
Lots Cleveland Heights ,
Lots Cleveland Heights
Lots Fulrview, Ivy City
Lo's Va ave, bet 27th and 28th sts.
Lots Sllgo. Md
Lots Takoma Park
TWO-STORY BRICK AND
. .30 .
HOUSES FOR SALE
909 and 911 11th stuw.f h,7in)s.l2, 500
914 B st sw, b h, 9 ims 12,000
917 Sthstuw.b h, 6 mis '. 8,000
Cottacre. Wu-siev Holirhts. 9 rms.. 7.500
012 Q st nw, b h, 7 hub.
iuu u st nw, b n, 7 ims
1100 21st nw, f h. 5 rms
1940 Uth Btnw, b h, 8 rms
82 L st nw. b h, 6 ims
3338 and 3340 T stnw.f h.both.
1603 19th stnw.b h. 0 im
59 Flu ave nw, b h. 7 mis.
Stoic Und ilwsr. llth at. bur. 15 nnd
F. 7 rms. 5,600
316 1-2 aud 318 Istse.b h, 4 rm 2,400
301 O st sw, b h, 6 ims...- 2,000
1112 K st se, f h. 5 ims 1.500
The above is only n porttoiror me prop
erty on my books. For full list call at of
fice for bulletin issued on the 1st ami 15th
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN.
uul7-tr-em 917 F St. N . Y
FOR RENT IIOUSES.
FOR RENT-1468 R. I. ave. nw.,14roorns
all mod imp
1325 m st. nw,. 15 mi., u. m. 1
1520 L bt. nw., 10 rnr., a.m.l
-155 c st. nw.. 10 rms., a. in. 1....
1309 1 fit. ne., 7 rms., a. in 1
632 D st. nw., large storage room
1321 F ct.nw.
FOR RENT To a colored tenant, a nice
home, 1027 V bt., near two car lines;
very cheap rent, only $10.50: key at cut tier.
j STONE k FAIRFAX, 806 F bt. nw.
j FOR RENT Three-story brick; 10 rooms,
cellar; cars; market; schools; $23.50; open
Jsuuaay; owner next uoor. yutsii. i. ave.
nw. , au21-3t
FOR RENT-In good neighborhood; 5
room and cellar brick; newiy pane red
and painted; rent, $13. Apply 208 F
st. nw. au20-3t
will find what they
FO nlENT DOUSES .
FOR RENT ?35-j0; 1815 G st. nw.; sani
tary plumbing ;large yard; newly pa pered
and painted; cool, pleasant rooms; every
thing in complete order. Apply to WES
COTT & WILCOX, 1907 Pa.ave.nw.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT-Brick stable in rear of 23o
1st st. ne. aulS-3t-em
FOR RENT-Comer store and dwelling in
nw.; 5 rooms, bath and stove; rent re
duced from $30.50 to $20.50 per month.
GRAHAM & CAMPBELL, 617 14th St.
FOR RENT FLATS.
FOITrENT S-rooinflatrbathTdnd range;
$20; 4 rooms and bath, 2d floor, $15;
4 rooms, 3d floor, $10. Apply T. E, AL-
TEMUS. 1410 P st.nw. au20-3t
IN Justice's court, of the District of
Columbia. Berore Samuel C. Mills, esq.,
justice or the peace, 617 La. ave. nw.
Emanuel C. Peach vs. The Interstate Vitri
fied Brick and Paving Companv, a cor
poration. A summons in due form having
been issued out of this court to a lawful
constable of this District for the said
defendant, and the same having been bv
sald constable returned "Not to be found,''
it Is hereby ordered that said defendant
cause his appearance to be entered herein
on "or berore the rirst Tuesday in September,
1S97, otherwise the cause will be proceeded
witli as in case or default.
(Seal.) SAMUEL C. MILLS,
uul4,21,28. Justice of the Peace.
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OV
THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Wash
ington, D. C., August 9, 1897. Notice Is
heieby givea that the Commissioners of
the District of Columbia Intend to make the
following improvements, which is, in their
Judgment, necessary for the public health,
safety and comfort: Assessments for one
half of tiie costof the same will be made as
provided for in public actNo. 171 .approved
August 7, 1894. Parties who are interested
in the proposed work are hereby notified
that the Commissioners of the District of
Columbia will give a hearing at the Dis
trict Building on August 25, 1897, at 11
o'clock a. m. , to any and nil persons who
may desire to object u said improvements
being made: SETTING NEW GRANITE
CURBING on 16th street northwest, be
tween Kenesaw avenue and Park street:
estimated cost, S300. JOHN W. ROSS
JOHN B. WIGHT, W. M. BLACK, Com
missloners, D. C. au9,10,20t21
EXTENSION OF HIGHWAYS IN THE
DISTRICT OF C0LTJMBIx Washington,
July 1, 1897. To Whom it may concern:
The commission created by section 2 of
the act of Congrtss approved March 2,
1893, entitled ''An act to provide a per
manent system of highways hi that part
of the District of Columbia lying outside cf
Cities," has received from the Commis
sioners of the District of Columbia a certi
fied copy of a map showing a proposed
permanent system of hlghwavs la the
District o f Columbia within the ares
bounded by North Capitol street, Florida
avenue. Eastern Bramh. and the District
line. This map and plats showing in de
tail how each lot and trace is affected bj
the proposed system of highways, are now
on exhibition in Room 9, 4th floor, ot 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
any highway or portion of a highway us
shown on the map. The suggestions and
protests must be in writing and must; set
forth clearly the reasons for the changes
nnd 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. ATmy, War De
partment, Washington, D. O. The com
mlbsioc. will meet October 15, 1897. at 9
o'clock a. m., in thfe office of the Secre
tary of War, to dispose or all objections,
and will then hear orally from those who de
sire to thus support their written objec
tions. K. A. ALGER, Secretary of War
C. N. BLISS, Secretary of the Interior
JOHN M. WILSON, Chief of Engineers. U.
B. Army. 3yl2-15t,au9-15t
EXCHANGE A six-room house in nw.,
all in. 1., for house in ne. Apply 609 F
st. nw- Gu20-3t,em
WASHINGTON, AUEXANURJA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13 1-2 St. A Ta. Ave.
in errect May o, 1897.
i"r Aiexauuna iweelc days). 0:30, 7:05,
7:36. ex.; 8:00, 8:30, ex.; 9:00. 8:50,
10:05, ex.; ii:oo, li:4o. o. m. 12:05. ex.;
i.20, i:io, i:45, 2:05. ex.; 2:40, 3:00,
ex.; 3:30. 4:uo. ex.; 4:15, ex.; 4:45. 5:05,
5: H. ex.: g:40. G:0G, ex.: 6:25. 7:00, 8:00,
:00, 10:00, ll:20, 11:59 d. m.
.. ...r Alexandria tSuuday oniy), 8:00,
:00. lo:oo. io:30, 11.00, 11:30. a. m.
8:00, 3:30, 4:00, 4:30. 5:00. 5:30, 6:00,
o:Ati,?-uo. hm)o. u:oo. lo-OO. li:20 p. m.
tweek days), 6:30, 10:05, li:00 a. xb.
12:05. 1:1, 2:05. 3.oo. 4:110. 4:15 p. m-
l-or Dyke and Riverside, 7. 8 p. 111.
For Mount Vernou and Way Station.
(Sunday only), 9:00, 11:00 a. m., 2:00,
" V' J.
7-IIII k-iiii , .
For Arlington ond Aqueduct Bridge
Sunday only). 8: 00. 9:00. lo:00 10:30.
11:00. ii:ao a. in. 12:00 noon. 12:30.
1:00, i:30. 2:00, 2:30. 3:00. 3:30. 4:00.
4:30, tv.oo, 0:30. 0:00. 6:30. 7:00. 8.00
Baggage checked Tree for passcngera
holding rirst-class tickets at Station. Bi
cycles. 5 cents each.
(Schedule In effect July 4. 1897.
All trains arrive und leave J'exunylvonla
8:12 a.m. Doily, local Tor Danville, Char
lotte and way scutlous. connects at Manas
sas for Strasburg, Harrisonburg, and
Staunton, dally, except Sunday, and at
Lynchburg with the Norfolk and Westcra.
daily, and with the Chesapeake and Ohio,
daliy. ror the Natural Bridge and Lex
ington. j.1'15 a. in Dally.the UNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman burfet
sleepers, New York and Wasiiingtou to
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with
Pullman Sleeper Tor Asheville and Hot
Spnugo.N. C, Kuoxvlllc, Chattanooga and
Nashville, Tean., andat Charlotte with Pull
man Sleeper for Augusta. Pullman Buffet
Sleeper New York to New Orleans, connect
ing at Atlanta for Birmingham apt! Mem
phis. Solid train, Washington to New
Orleans without change. Sunset tersonally
conducted tourist excursion through sleeper
on this train every Wednesday to San Fran
cisco, without change.
4.01 p. m Local for Front Royal, dtra
burg aud Harrisonburg, with connection for
Staunton, daily, except Sunday.
4.51 p. m-DaRy, local for Charlotte
10:43 p. m. Daily, WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN. VESTIBULED. LIM
ITED, composed ot Pullman Vestibuled
eleepers, timing cars and day coacaes.
Pullman sletpers New York to Nash
ville. Tenu., via Asheville, iuioxviua
aud Chattanooga, New 1'ork to Tampa,
via Chailotte. Columbia, Savannah and
Jacksonville, New 1'ork to Memphis, via
Birmingham. New york to New Orleans,
via Atlauta and Montgomery. Vestibuled
day teach Washington to Atlanta. South
ern Railway Cluing cav. Greensboro to
Tll-tUNS ON WASHINGTON -iND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington o:dl &. m.
dally, 1:00 p. m. and 4.45 p. m. daily, ex
cept Sunday, end 6:25 p. m. Sunday only
for Rcund Hill; 4:32 p. in. daily, except Sun
Cay roi" Ueetburg, uud 0:25 p. in. dally for
Hernoon. Returning, arrive at Washing
ton 8 26 a. in- and a. 40 p. m. daily, and
8:00 p. m. dally, except Sunday, from
Round Hill, and 7:00 a. m. doily, except
BundVy, from Herndon, and 8.54 a. nx
dally, except Suuday, from Leesburc.
Through trains rrom the South arrive at
Washington 6:42 a. nx. 2:20 p. m. and
9:25 p. 111. dally. Harrisonburg, 12.40 p.
m. aud 9:25 p. in. dally, except Suuday,
and 8:30 a. 111. dally from Charlottesville.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation and in
tormatloc. furnished at offices, 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenue, and at Peun
eylvauia Railroad Passenger Station.
W. JtL UHKKN, Uen. Supt.
J. -M. CU1.1', Irufllo Manager.
W. A. XUitii., Gen. push. Agent.
L. H. BllOlV.N, Geo. Aj;t. X'ass. UepU
FOR CONGRESSIONAL CEMETERY, a
carriage, 8th and Pa. ave. se.. every
Sunday, 10 a. m. to 6 p. m.; fare 5c.
THAT 50c box or 25 cigars better than
any 5c cigars. NATIONAL CIGAR
FACTOR x. 1011 Pa. aye. 1 1
GENTLEMAN who took Slater's addre3
on tne road near Glen Echo, Thursday
nigJt. will oblige by tending his name
and address tu LEVINSON,30tuaiwi Ost8.
nw. It, em
MONK'S dlulng-room. Best 15c. muils.
.Lunches. lUc. 608 llthst.nw. au2t-4t
PRLN'TING 500 linen noteheads printed,
75a; 500 Tine envelopes printed, 75c.
631 F st. nw. aul9-6t,em
"lake steamer M. jiyuit
livery Sunday morning, S:30,rrom Grace
and Potomac sts., Georgetown, for Glen
Echo, Cabin John, Great Falls; delightful
sail, beautiful scenery, cool breezes. Char
tered day or evening by private parties
or clubs. Apply at boat or 90S N. Y.
1,000 circulars or billheads. 75c.
500 envelopes or noteheads, 75c
W. B. DAWSON, 807 9th nw.
THE latest fad out; boys' overalls; ages 3
to 15; 25c, the price, with suspenders at
tached. Headquarters for plate printers
overalls, all sizes: price, 50c. J- w. SEL
Bil'S, 1903 Pa.ave.nw. aul8-0t,era
XOU'D Ijetler see us about any Interior
Decorating you want done. We do the
very f ine.st work. Charge extremely small
irices. Rooms papered with rich, stvlish
paper only 52 up. F. G. NOLTE, 8ll) 9'h
st. No brauch. aulS-tf
IF you HAVE done business with us you
know us. Why not know us better?
Ladies', misses and child's oxford ties,
sold ror 1.00, $1.25 and SI .50, now 50c;
men's shoes rrom 98c. up. At 1903 Pa.
ave. nw., J. W. SELBY.'S. aul7-6t
WE DO NOT run our business lor the fun
or the thing, nor for the benefit of our
health; but we do it for profit, and so
do you. Ladles' $1.50 and $2.00 button
shoes now 9fec. to close them out. At
SEL,Sx'S, 1903 Pa. ave. nw. aul7-6t
LET US GET better acquainted. Men's
all worsted serge coat and vest, half
lined, tailor made. $4.50, sold for $7.50"
an all worsted $10 suit, $7.25; nKely
made. At SELUil'S, 1903 Pa. ave. nw.
FURNITURE moved; largest 2-horse loau"7
$2.50; 1-horso loads, $1.25; pianos, $2:
rurniture packed aud shipped; experienced
men only; storage. COLUMBIA TRANS
FER CO., 323 41-2 st. nw. i-none moo
1 will hereafter extract teeth witn
nitrous oxide gas for 50c per tooth.
Rest teeth $7 per set. Gold crowns, $8.
Amalgam fillings, 51. , Have filled forty
thousand teem in tills city; exnacieu
twenty thousand teeth, and made over six
thousand sefc- Dr. S. T.MASON, 711 lth
st. nw., formerly cor. 12th and Pa. ave.
nw. a u 9-1 mo-cm
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
Printing 500 cards, 75c; 500 envelopes,
75c; 500 note heads, 75c; 500 state
ments, 75c; binding magazl.ies, 50c.
miscellaneous books lebound. G. E.
WILLIAMS. 615 7th st. nw. leO-lt
AT TH13 JJuslnesa OIIlco or Tne Time
you will find Window Curds of all de
scriptions "Table Hoard,"' "Furnished oi
Unfuruisned Rooms. "'Unrurnished Rooms,"
"Furnished Rooms. With or Without
Hoard, ' "Furnished Rooms, With Board,"
"Furnished Rooms." Five cents is the
price ul-each card. ap21-tf
FOR SALE A 23-room house, With 10
acres of ground, about nine miles from
Washington, near station, on the B. & O.
R. 14.; fine shade; excellent water; splendid
place for a school or a summer boarding
place: will lie sold cheap to an Immediate
purchaser. B. H. WARNER & CO.. 916 F
st. nw. au21-3t
FOR SALE A rare chance; $200 cash;
balance only $15 a month, including in
terest; $2,500 will buy it; $100 below
cash value; a new 7-room brick on one
or the best squares on F st. ne.; see us
at once; sucn opportunities to make money
seldom occur. STONE & FAIRFAX, 806
F st. nw. au21-3t
FOR SALE-One or more houses, 51 ,500
each; easy terms; paying 7 1-2 per cent
Interest. J. S. BLANKMAN, Attorney
at Law, 1420 N. Y. ave. nw. au20-6t,em
FOR RENT Srick house, 330 1st st. ne.;
mud. Imp. Inquire at 230 lstst. ne.
FOR SALE Owner has two-story bay
window brick liouse in nc.,near Columbia
car line; worth -$4,000; no reasonable offer
rerused. Address HOUSE, this office.
FOR HIRE To drummers and business
men, horse and buggy or Dayton. $2 per
day, and special prices for pleasure driving.
Apply to the REX STABLES, rear 6t5 E
et. nw.; telephone call, 109. ap30-tX
ror Arlington nnd -Aouefl'ict imuca
(week dava). 8:00. 8-w. b-00 10:05. 11:00.
11:45 a. m.ipns von -1.1 a o.nri. 2:40.
B.Oo. HrMli .fi'ii, a-i'k Vi-vu ii.r,n. ti:2S.
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND M
T'Ei&oM.,weelt days PiTTdBiraG EX
h,tV?.arlor aaa Rdng Curs, Harrf
burs to Plttcburg.
p..iT- M-,-H-LV.vNlA. LIMITED
n"iTiL"i!?'a,a bI-'PiQK. Dining. Smoking and
Observation Cars.llaxruiD':: to Chicago.
Cincinnati. Indianapolis, St. Louis, Clev
Hm!urjTOled0- BU"et V&tSot Cv
1UviT,: P'KSJ "NE-Pullman BuMrt
? tx LaI . Barrlsburg. But ret Parlor
"f-H- CHitAGO AND ST. LOUI8
Exprebs - bleeping Car Wasbingtoa
rL?J rrLola.' aaU Sleeping and Dlnlnz
(via Cincinnati and Chicago.
ki". WTK-N ENPRESS-PnU-S?,U
yetpIn,s Car.to Pittsburg. Chicago.
Ca? 5trgai5? Cte",- wSJS
710M.m" M" SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS
Pullmaa Sleeping Cars Waflbington to
Pittsburg and Barrlsburg to HtT LouiS
iun ctlacHa&tl- Dlnicg Car.
i0 ,- M.- ACIFiu JXPKE3S-Pa-
n JKnM a, et'Ping.Car to Pittsburg.
7.50 A. M. for Kane. Canandalgua. Rochet
ter and Niagara Falls daily, excepi
J0J? a-ra-tor Elmira and Renovo, dally,
f?Zpt but"iays- For Williamsport. daily.
3:41 p. m.
7:rj"Jl ,,''-for WIIIlamsport.Rocester.Ert-.
iiurralo and Niagara Fans aaUy. except
to Burrri cplcs Cr Wasnlnl'tca
10--4i,,.r-"- for Erie and Elmlra. dally,
for Cannndalgua. Itochester. Butralo and
Niagara Falls, Saturday nlghta on J v. Pull
aa Sleeping Car Washington to Roche-
"ur ituiadeipnia er xom aca
:0",,P-.,n. -CONGRESSIONAL U
,h.X' ' laliy. all Parior Cars, with Dm
viS Sar flom Baltimore. Regular at 7:00
(Dining Car), 8.00, 9.00. 10:00 (DRvins
tar), and 11:00 (Dining Car from WU
FsHfit0"' a- m- 125, 3:15. 4:20, 6:50,
7i . and 11:35 P- - Ou Sunday. 7:00
(Dining Car), 8:00, 9:00. 11:00 (DIMES
VaJ..rr",a Wilmington) a. in.. 12:15,3:15.
? ?:,50 1 0:0 11:35 P- m- for
PhlladelptUa only. Fast Express. 7:50 a.
m. weekdays. Express. 12:15p.m-week
Cays, 2:01 and 5.40 p. m. daUy. For
Boston, without change. 7.50 a. nx. week
days, and 4:20 p. nx. daliy.
Saratoga Express (Parlor Car), 9.00 a.m.
For.Ba:more' 6-23 T-00, 7J50. 8.00,
9 00,10.00. 10.50,and 11.00 a.m.,12.15,
1.45, 12.60-8.01. 3.15,3.40,(4.00Llm
Ited) 4.20. 4.36. 5.40. 6.15. 6.50. 7.10,
10.00, 1O.40, 11.15. and 11.3J. p. m.
On Bunday, 7.00.8.00. 9.00 9.05.10.50,
11-00 a. m 12.15. 1.15, 2.01 ,3.15, 3:40,
(4.00 Limited), 4.20, 5.40. 6.15,6.50,
7.10, 10.00. 10.40, and 11.35 p. m.
tor Pope's Creek Liue. 1 5t u. m.and 4.38
P- m. dally, except Sunday. Sundays,
For Annapolis, 7.00, 9.00 a. m., 12.15
and 4.2o p. m. dally, except Sunday
Sunday, 9 00 a. m.and 420 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Florida
and points oa Atlantic Cnstst Line, 4.39
a. m, 3.46 p. m. dally; Richmond only.
10.57 a. m. week-days; Atlanta Special.
T.a Blchmond and seaboard Air Line,
4.40 p. m. dally. Accommodation foe
Quantlco, 7 45 a. m. daUy, and 4.25
p. m. week-dajrs.
For Atlantic city jvia Uelaware River
Bridge, all-rail route). 11.00 a. in., 3.15
and H.35 jx ni. daily; viaMarcet street
wharr, 9.00 a. m. (Saturd-y3 oalyi
10.00, 11.00 a-m., and 12 45 p.m. wee
days. 11.35 p.m. doily. Sundays only.
For Capo May. 10.00, 11.00 a. nx. 12.45
p. m. week days. 11.35 p. m. dally.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and G
streets, and at the station. Sixth and B
btreets. where orders can be left for ta
checking of baggage to dcstlnutlos froa
Hotels and reajdences
J. B. BUTCHINSON, General Manager.
J. R. WOOD. Cenera! Passenger Agena.
Schedule in effecs Juna 0. 1897.
Leave WashUigton from station corner at
ew jersey avenue and O at.
For Chicago and Nortnwest. Vcbtibuled
Limited trains, 10:00, 11.45 a. nx. 6:05
For Cincinnati, St. LuuU and Indianapo
lis, Express, 11.45 a. nx Vestibuled Lica
Xed, 3:40 p. in., express 11.30 p. m.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, expreaa
daily 10:00 a. in. and 8.50 p. in-
For Columbus, Toledo and Detroit, 11:30
For Wlncnesterana war stations, a8:00.
all:45 a. m a5:30 p. in.
For New Orleans. Memphis, Birmingham.
Chattanooga, .KnoxvlRe. Bristol and Roan
oke, 11:20 p. m. dally; Sleepius t'ara
iiuray. 3:40 p- n? daily.
F'or Daltimore. we-n-tiays, 5 00, 6:39,
X7.05. X7 10, X7-30, xh:00, 8.30, x9:30,
xlO:00, 212:00 a- m.. X12.05- 12:10,
X12:40, 23 00, 3 20. X4:30, 435, Xf3:05,
X510. x5 30, xe.29. 6:30, X8 00, 8:15,
x0:20, Iia5, xll;50 p. m and 12:01
night. Sundays, X7.05, X7.10,x7.30, 8:30,
X9.00 a. m., xl2 05, X12.40. 1:00, X3.00,
3:20. 4:35, X5.05, x5:10, 6:30, xS.OO,
X9:20, 11.15,xll:bo p. nx. x!2:01 uight.
For Annapolis, 7.10 and fc.30 a.m., 12.10
and 4.30 p. m. Sundays, b.30 a.m., 4.31
For Frederick, week days, ajoo a. in,
11.45, 4.30. 5.20 p. m. Sundayo, 9.00
a. m., I. ID p. m.
For UagerstowcalO 00 a. m.and a 5. 30
F'or Boyd and way points, week dayi.
8.00 a. in., 4 30. 5.30, t.UBp. m. Sunday
9.00 a. m 1.15. 7.05 o an
For Galtherhburg and way points, weet
days. 8.00. 9.00 a. ru., 12.50. 30)0; 4.30:
4.33, 5.30. 5.35, 7.05. 11.40 p. nx Sua
days, 9.00 a. o., 1.15. 4.33. 7.05; 10.13
For Washington Junction aiI way point.
8.00 a- m., 4.30, 5.30 p. nx, week day
9.00 a. m., 1.15 p. in., Sundays.
For Bay Ridge, week days, 9.1 5 a. 12
aad 4.30 p. m. Sundays, 9.36 a.m., L30
and 3.15 p. m.
ttoyal Diuo x.mo lor evr lors ana
All trains :;:uroinated with PlnXsch light.
For PhUade)phL,,New York. Boston aud
trie East, wr.ek days, 7.05, 8.00, 10.00 a.
m., 12.00, (12.40 Dining Cars), 3.00.
(5.05 Dining Car), (12.0x night, sleeping
car, open at 10.00 o'clock). Sundays, 7.05,
9.00 a. m.. (12.40 Dining Cars), 3.00,
(5.05 Dining Car). 12.01 night, sleeping
car, open 10.00 o'clock. Additional .rains
for Philadelphia, week days, dolly. 8.00
Buftet Parlor Cars on all day trains.
For Atlantic City, "l.uo, 10.00 a.nx,
12.UO noon. 12.40 and 3.00 p.m., weeU
days, 12.40 p.m., Sundays.
For Capo May, 12 noon
aExcept Sunday. xExpress trams.
.Baggage coned lor and checked from
hotels and residences by Union Transfer
Co., on orders left at ticket offices, 619
Pennsylvania ovenuenorthwest-Ncw Yorlc
avenue nnd Fifteenth street, aad at Depot.
WM. M.GREENE. D.B.MARTIN.
Gen. Manager. Mgr. Pass. Traffic
Three scholarships, awarded each year to
successful competitors, are open tor tno
year 1&97- 98. examinations on Septem
ber l , 2 and 3.
The examination for entrance will em
brace tf.e rudiments or English grammar,
arithmetic. United States history, and
Lnited States geography. The examina
tion ror any particular class will embraca
the mutter or the precedingclass. Students
rrom the city and vicinity are eligible.and
the successrul candidates wilt receive a
Tree scholarship in tne classical depart
ment or the college. This Is anorrer wnieh
young men should appreciate, as the op
portunity Is arrorded to secure a rirst-class
education Tree or all expense.
Any boy receiving a scholarship must
have a monthlv aveiage of rirty marks; if
he rail below this two months In succes
sion the scholarship wilt be withdrawn.
bl. AlAItx'S ACAOIOIY,
Eoardlng and day school for young ladles
and children, will reopen Monday. Sept
6. For particulars address SISTER SU
PERIOR. aul 0 1 mo
EMERSON INSTITUTE (Young's Acad
emy Select classical and mathematical
schnol for young men and t-oys. 914 14th
st., opposite Franklin Square. Will re
open September 27. Circulars can be ol
talned at the school building or by ad
dressing CHAS. B. YOUNG, Principal
FOR SALK LOTS.
FOR SALE-Ueautlful building lots and
villa sites in the village or BalLstonron tha
electric road; 2 miles from Washington;
price or lots $100 each; $5 down; bulauco
$1 pec week; no taxes or interest until lot
is paid Tor; railroad fare 5 cents; also
large and small rarms anil suburban places
ror sale. JAMES E. CLEMENTS, 1321 F
fit. uw. au!8-6t,em
FOR SALE Terms to suit, 7 acres or
more. Improved by a new 7-room house.
Situated in Montgomery county, Md.. I 1-2
miles from steam or electric roads. Ad
dress H . NICHOLS. Oil S si. aw., or ill
from 7 to 8 p. m- it