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THE JIOEKING TJJOJS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBJEK 1, 1897.
MONEY WAXTED AM) TO LOA.V.
WANTED To borrow $1X0 for G months;
mortgage on furniture anrt lunch room
rr security, will board party for use of
money. Address N., this office. 1 1
LOANS fro.ii $5 lo SjIiO to reliable parties!
also money advanced on bicycles Room
t, Central Blag.. cor. Otti and Pa. ave. n'v.
-A NEW PLAN.
$10 TO $1,000 TO LOAN
ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. riANOS,
HOUSES, CARRIAGES, ETC.,
Without nnuoval from possession of ovi-.
You oau have Uie money the day you
apply fr it Payment on t" principal,
or any amount . will be received at any time,
whioh "will lessen cost of loan.
MOST DESIRABLE TERMS
No cost to you if loan is not made.
lMcat tall for further information,
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO..
ll-tf-em C02 F bt. nw.
H. K FULTON'S loan office, 121S Pa. ave.
nw., mont loauedon watches, diamonds,
jewelry, hllverware, eta aplo-oin
LOANS. MAUI. ON APPROVED COLLAT
eral. Mich as lire policies, blocks, bonds,
bullds nidation shares, byii olcatc cer
unctttas, etc No delay. 1LRRES &
BARER, lllO F et. Take elevator. tf
LOAN MADE ON FURNITURE,
Loans made on Furniture, rianos, Horses,
Wagons, etc, at lowest rates and quickest
possible time. Strictly confidential. Please
call bcior curing loans elsewheie.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
610 i etrei-t northwest.
MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 upward, at 5
and 5 1-2 per cent,on D. C. real estate;
$200, $600, etc., at 0 per cent; all
Lmusactm..s conducted v.ith economical
consider.it Iju for borrowers.
WILLIAM IL SAUNDERS &CO.,
apio-tr 1407 F fit, mv.
-MO Mil TO LOAN at 5 and G per cent,
security, real estate in DlKirictuf Coluin
bla; no delay beyond an Inspection of prop
erty and pxamlnatlon of Title. WALTER
E. AUli.bR, 7114 14th bt. nw. mhL'b-tf
WANTED -Young man of gocd address.
to travel, capable of delivering printed
lecture: must be a good talker; one with
nnall capital. Address GOLD FIELDS,
this office. bel-3t
WANTED A cake liaker at once. BER-
NAKD'S BAK.31C Mht. nw. It
WANTED A cood aulck blioeuiaker- 3-11
Pa. ave. nw. ll
"WANTED A neat whlto experienced
young iwhu as clerk in confectionery;
ref. required. Addiess 1. S. U., thU u
WANTED Clerk lo run my fruit and
produce bUKiness one mouth while 1 cm
away. Call at 253-4-3 Center Market.
WANTED Four young, respectable col-
oied men- Call at 29 Clevelantl ave.
nw., bet. 9 andGoclock. It
A GOOD salesman can secure a profitable
arraneeMisnt with a well-known bouse.
437 TtTi c. Room 3. sel-t
WANTED Experienced citocolate coaters.
S. A. REEVES, 1209 F bt. nw.
WANTED A reliable while boy. about IS,
who a workea soiue at the tinner's
trade. Address WORKER, this office.
WANTED -15 fine c-ontmnkers; work in
side. TttL STANDARD TAILo US, 11th
WANTED -2 first-class cutters; none lmt
those accustomed Lo fine trade audhaving
a reputation need apply. THE STANDARD
TAILORS. 11 tn and F bts. nw.
WANTED - 5 experienced salesmen in the
JiierelHtnUiiortnjiba5,in!s. Til .STAND
ARD TAILORS, 11th and F t. nw.
VA.TliL Slioemakor to work on repair
ing. 1742 i'a. ave. mv. au30-3t-em
WANTED A partner, m grocery, meat
and ptoMsion -tore. Call 201- I fct. nw.
"AfsUh.u inimedlntely; fir-t-clabs fore
man on bread. OTTENBEEG S BAK-
BR, 1243 7th bt. nw. au30-3t
lir.Li' W NTKD-FEM ALE.
WANTED -White clrl or tvoman as cook
ud itut worker, small faintly, no wash-
lng;$l .G14t 13th Et. mv. It
WANTED Settled colored woman to do
oooking and homework, -without wash
ing; private family- CI 4 13th tl. uw. It
WANTED Colored. General houseworker
for lHmu of two; wages, $15. Apply
sit 014 13th st. mv. It
WANTED -Six girls as finishers on pants.
Apply at once at M. HoKN,lol7 "Jthst-,
WANTED White cirl-for general hout-e-vroi-
at 112 Quincy st. ne. It
WANTED -A white girl for general house
work. Call 529 3d St. ne. It
WANTED A uood colored laundress. 230
C fat. nw. It
WANTED A lady who can retouch, to as
sibl in leeeptiou-room. FABER, 905 Pa.
WANTED -A girl to do general house
work, who understands all about cook-
lng; rer. fe0 Hthbtnw. It
WANTED A ung colored woman for
general hewor in lamily of tluee,
rers. required. Apply at 1 -bEbt.nw. 1 1
WANTED At 505 13th st. nw.,a woman
tor puucookiuganduamberwor, bring
WANTED A young white girl, to care
lor Children. Apply 209 13tnst. w. It
WANTED A gnl Tor light general house
work, stt per month, wing lefs. Apply
BJter 5 o'ciuck, l0b 3o st- nw. bel-3t
WANTED White woman for general nou&e-
work. except washing, $8 month. W. L.
GORDON. FaaSCburen, Va. au31-3t-cni
WANTED A girl, to do cooking, washing
andironing; must go homeat night; bring
good references. 1219 13th tnw. lt-em
WANTED A good colored, laundress.
lau UKfcss, tuis omce. a i-em
WANTED-White Infant nurse; city ref.;
salary $15. Address L. B., this office.
WANTED White girl for
work; German preferred.
E bt. uw.
Call at 1310
a few more customers; $1.50 per day.
Address EXPERIENCE, this of lice, lt.em
WANTED A Ihrht-colored woman for cen
eral iioueework. country woman ure
ferred. 34 B L ne. lt-em
WANTED -Girl for general housework;
references, required; stay nights. 712 5th
Bt. uw. au31-3t
WANTED A German or Irish woman;
must be a rirst-class cooc and do general
housework. 129 4th st. se. au31-3t
WANTED -Women to do general house
work; girl to assist; good wages; city
ref. 1702 1-2 loth su uw. au31-3t
WANTED- A nice middle-aged white wom
an lor general housework and assist in
the care or 2 girls, subject to epileptic
ipells, in a town near city; good home to
right person. Call at 432 i. J. ave. uw.
WAft'J 1,1) A wliit girl as cook; German.
Call 15QH 14th nw. a u3 l-3t
WANTED -A tettled woman for general
housework In Mnidl family; must be gtMid
plain cook; go home nights; references.
tall at 726 1 2th st. ne. au3 l-3t
WANTED-Reliable white gill for general
houpe'w 01 ; small family. ood hoiiwrSOS
Md. ave. ne. au31-3t
WANTED Settled woman, white or black,
to do geaeral housework; most be recom
mended. 132 ML ave. sw. au31-3t
WANTED -A rir-class white cook and
ohaiiRtenimtd; ttay at nlghL Call 901
M fitaw. au31-3t
WANTED -A white gul to take care of
two children; wages, SG monthly. Apply
B25 llass. ave. lie., after 5 o'clock-au30-3t-em
AN JLS'l ED six wlilte and colored chamber
maids, 000 ire and general houbcworkera;
good wages. 441 G st. nw. au30-3t
WANTED Every woman in the city to
know that Dr. Hciser, 512 13th st- nw.,
juecessfully treata all dibeases peculiar to
women; consultation free. au28-tf
IIKLt1 WANTXD-MALE AND
WANTED -Girl to work in kitchen and
oi?yn no uiiuersLaucu, waiung on table.
355 Pa. ave. uw.
WANTED -At once, 50 generaf houiework
prs, cooks, chambermaids. laundresses,
-waiters, drivers, porters, laborers. CITY
INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. 4.27 11th bt.
FITE good liorccs free of cliargc to re
liable females. Call carly.Mrt. AlOoRE,
306 Gst it
WANTED Employers who need help bend
postal to Va. Intelligence Exchange; refs.
728 13th st. nw. au30 3t-em
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED -By two competent women,
places to do general houbework; cook,
nurse or do laundry Work; good rer.
1702 l2lHhst.nW. scl-3t
HELP, with country and city rets., fur
nished fice. 306 u bi, nw. Seud posiiil
WANTED By a reliable colored ulrl, a
place as a chambermaid or nurse. Call
at 142G 10th Ft. aw. It
WANTED -By experienced nurse a place
fco take care of an iuraat or a sick lady;
best city refs. Addruob li. E. A., this
WANTED A young lady typewriter nnd
stenographer desires pobitiun as assist
ant to secretary. Address J. is.., tins
WANTED By respectable girl, some wash
ing. MAMIE JOHNSON, 527 24tll bt.
WANTED -A bituation as first-class cook
or general houseworker. Call 1408 12lh
WANTED Byarespectahlecolored woman,
bituation as cook or general houtcwork;
for si nalirainil y. 41 Fentun st. ne. sel-3t
WANTED -By n respectable young colored
man, a situation in private family; do
anything in house, porter in btore, or
driver. Address 1013 :UlM.nw. It-em
WANTED -Uv a reliable woman, a place
as took, wash and ironing in a tmall
private family; can give reicrence; please
call or address at 1.932 12th bt. nw.
WANTED Drebsmaker would like sew
ing by day or at house; best of refs.
Adores DKESbMAKER, this office!
WANTED By 2 rcbpectable country girls,
biluatious as houscworker or chamber-
maids; letter perfect. Call or arid res- 106
3d fct. nw. au31-3t,era
WANTED A lady wishes emulovmi'iit:
writing or sewing, or as a conu.anlon
for an invalid. Addres INVALID, UUS of
WANTED By a rebpectable rolored wom
an a place as cook; good lefs. given.
Apply 1334 I5th.sl. lt-e:n
WANTED By bright girl, a place lo do
light housework or cnaiuber work, or
mini ciiiloren. vtllliig to tHi.,i wiut any
thing. Call or address 1321 W bt. nw.
WANTED - By colored girl; place as general
houseworker or chambermaid. AddreoS
1U32 4th sU nw. au31-3t
WANTED By a settled white woman, a
place as working houbekepper in a wid
ower's family. Address ECONOMIST, this
WANTED-By widow- (30), In need of
work, place at once to clean oTfice and
wasli low ds, or to go morning and evening
anil wait on a lady. B. M. J., this office.
WANTED By respectable woman, place to
do general Housework; chamber work or
lauuurebs. 1131 20 th st. nw.
UAMiiu-iiy a ret-pectaUe colored girl
situation ab nurse or yeueral iMiUbe
worK, references guen. Call at luoa
10th bt. nw. au30-3t
SITU AT It XS WANTED MALE
WANTED By com net cut woman house
work to do. also by young mun pl.ice as
butler or waiter. 1131 20th sL nw.
WANTED-By man and wife, a place on
farm or taking careof countryplare: refs.
FARM HAND, thib ofliee. au31-3t-em
iti t.Ji ys vv.yyr; ed- ali:.
WANTED-By two young colored men
situations or any kind; thoroughly reliable
and Honest; good refs. 441 u at. el-3t
WANTED By a sober attentive white
man a situation filing a stationary boiler,
two jeais' experience, can luruish the iH'nt
cityiefsG30 I bt. nw. fecl-3t
WANTED Junior pharmacist, with three
years' practical experience, wishes posi
tion. DOC, 423 N. J. ave. nw. hel-3t
WANTED By lespectalile colored man
situation ab butler, housework, cooking,
elc; iels. given. C. J. SMITH, 3U Pom-
eroy st. nw. It
WANTED By a respectable white man,
place to drive delivery wagon; 5 years
in grocery uusinesv, best of rers. given.
AdaressN., this office. lt-em
WANTED -Colored man Wants position as
porter, or driver of delivery w.ikuii; lirsl-
class reference. J AS. T. WHITLEY, 1429
WANTED-By first-class packer, with 10
years' exiienence, a permanent portion.
Adr PACKER, this office. au31-3t,em
WANTED Two or three nights' relief
work, by competent drug clerk; Al refs.
Address OPTI10S,thioftlce. au30-3t-em
WANTED Situation as cook ui dairy
lunch loom. Apply or address 120 1
9th st. uw. au30-3t,om
WANTED Second-hand counter, Ice box,
rjat top dek. 526 12th bt. nw. tcl-3t
WANTED Asecond-handbread baker. 809
Gth st. sw. lt,em
WANTED At once, .a complete set of
Patent Orrice Gazettes. HAYDKN'sS
BOOK STORE, 1212 F st.nw. sel-3t
FOR SALE -A fine drug store; well es-
tablibhed, fine location; will inventory
$4,500; price, $3,500. COiMh.iU.lAL,
510 F bt. uw. au31-3t,em
WANTED lO TRA DE-Ladies' boHU gold
watch, Elgin movement, Tor ladies or
gents high-grade wheel. Address N. M.,
this office. au31-7t-em
WANTED A private party, having $1,000
lo $3, out) idle money to loau oh indorsed
notes, will receive a commission of 5 per
cent on the dollar a montn and 0 per cent
per annum, makers and indorsee lirst
class; will .share half of all losses;
none but tho-se meaning strictly business
answer; this is strictly confidential, giving
name and address. PLEASANT
WEATHER, this olfice. au31Gt-em
WANTED A cood surrey; cash Tor a bar
gain. Address SURREY, this ofliee.
A .N TE D ash in g and Ironing to do at
PETERSON, 114 Harn&
WANTED -A horse for his keeping, lo be
Address CtiiMnB, this ofliee.
WANTED To purrhase coupe Rockaway;
pole; single and double coupe harness
aud livery; also black horse. Addres 505
O bt. nw. au30-7t
WANTED National Capital Bank stockT
Address N. C S., this office. aul5-30t
FOR SALE -Fruit and confectionery store:
cheap if sold atonce. 460 La. ave. nw.
FOR SALE Corner grocery store; ood
cash trade: rent $lts; must be bold iu
the next ten days. Addrebs GROCER,
this office. fc3c
FOR SALE One of the best drug stores"
In the city; centrally located; doing good
business, will sell cheap. COMMERCIAL,
51 U F bt. nw. ?el-3t
FOR SALE Oyster and lunch room; near
Government department; cheap; doinc
good butmess; other business. Address
U YSTEK, this ofliee. bel-3t
WANTED -A person with 6tnall capital to
be used only as opportunity of lei s; ex
.peneiicc unnecessary. Address BCSl.M.fcS,
this office. lt-em
WILL sell for cash; good chance for hust
ling man, $75; to travel. Addrebs G. W.
C, this office. au31-3l.cm
FOR SALL-$350 will buy a stock of gro
ceries wortli $350; fine lixiures woitn
$2oO;horeacd wagon worth $loo;iocation
worth Sl.ooo. COMMERCIAL., 510 nw.
FOR SALE-S150 will buy a fine corner
grocery; will inventory $300; rent only
S10: big bargain. COMMERCIAL, 510
F nw. au31-3t-em
FOR SALE-Saloon, 9th st. nw., $1,-00;
rent, $50; cash register; good fixtures.
BTISIN KSS EXi HANGE, 1321 F. au31-3t
FOR SALE Lunch room, $250; Pa. ave.
nw.; rent, $20, daily receipts, $10 to $20.
BUSINESS EN.CHANGE, 1321 F. au31-3t
FOR SALE Grocery and dry goods store,
S175; corner, nw.; rooms; rent $10;
cable line. BUSINESS EXCHANGE. 1321
FOR SALE-The neatest little dgar'store
in the city; going a good business; owner
obliged to leave the city. C. T. Y0DER,
615 E bt. nw. au30-3t-em
FOR SALE-$250 will huy te Crescent
Dining Room, 615 F st. iiw.;must be sold
at once; well furnished; good trade; es
tablished. Call' at J. R. MARSHALL'S
TOOLROOM, 6057thst.nw. au30-3t-cm
FOR SALE $325 buys a well-Btocked gro
cerj, corner L and Oth bt. se.; rent, store
and 5 rooms, $12 month; fine organ and
furniture for sale. au30-7t
FOR SALE-Cheap, one of the best cash,
grocery, meat and provision stores in
South Washington. No. 126 G St., bet.
1st and 2d sts. sw. au28-6t
1-OR SALE Cor. grocery store; good cash
tTade: rent. TS10: Uvuic rms.: a bar rain
1 if sold soon. 1-0 D t. w." au26-0t-em"
FOR UICNT ROOMS.
FOR RENT-2 rooms on the 3d floor front;
fur. for light housekeeping; water on
the floor. 120 0 St. nV. "
FOR RENT -Neatly fur. room: heat, gas
JUL ilay; lojvrcnt44jtJ2liiw. it.
FOR RENT Furnished, second Hoor front
,n,.m. niA..., ., inv ivfiwinw: nleasanc
I location; $10 per month tor one, $1 for
two: iMiaru it desired, iouo o ou. ...
FOR RENT 3 rooms; 1st floor; uptown,
bath and every convenience; $15. Ad-
drcs3H0USEICEEPING, this office. lt
FOR RENT To gentleman, hall room, $5
per montn: larger, as e yci ."'""i"
1003 O st. nw.
FOR RENT Beautiful rooms
FOR RENT -Furnished front room; pri
vate family; heat and gas; $7 per month.
015 0th st. nw- bel-3t
FOR RENT -Gentleman and wifp. occupy
ing second lloor of large brick house,
nw., central location, wish relined family
of adults to rent remaining portion. Ad
drcbSPARTICULAE, thib olfice. lt
FOR RENT Nicely furnished back parlor;
large front and liall rcom, necoud lloor:
n ,n I ivltll nr ivitlloilt board. 2-0 C
bt. mv. .
FOR RENT Fur. rooms: 403 G st. nw.,
trout and communicating rooms; also
front basement room. faci-.it
FOR RENT Fur., lovely rooms in elegant
new house; bouth front; $3 to S12; board
if desired; refs. exchanged. OWISLK.. 1
U st. nw. au31-3t,cm
FOR itLNT -Comfortable rut. roonb, G
and $8. 423 4th st.nw. au31-3t-ein
FOR RENT Fur. rooms-, -With first-class
board. 1112 10 th bt. nw.
FOR RENT Pleasant fur. rooms at rea
sonable rates; with gas and bath; smaller
rooms, $5; near cars. 201 D st, nw.
FOR RENT 2d floor front ballroom, with
ga&; $1 week. 42 1 Mass. avTJ. nw.lt.em
FOR RENT Cheap, large, nicely furnibhed
rooms for light Housekeeping. 315 Mo
FOR RENT Two second-floor, party rur.
rooms, would rent unfurnished, terms
reBaonauJe. 419 2d bt. ne. au-l-3t
FOR llliNT-1131 11th st. nw.; pleasant
home; large, fur. rront room, with bal
cony; fine, convenient locality; gentleman;
references; $11. au31-3t
FOR RL.NT-Onc nice furnished room, 2d
floor; S8 per month. 717 H St. nw.
FOR RENT 1006 M fct. nw.; in first
class house: rooms; furnished or unfur
nished; adult -family: modem house; central
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with or
without board, half square from Patent
Office. 720 8th st. nw. au3l-3t
FOR RENT -2d floor of 3 rooms and bath,
w nil privileges, $7. G27 Acker fet.ne.
FOR RENT S14 3rd st. nw., a nicely fur.
Iront room; south aim east exposurea. all
conveniences on sume floor, near cars and
FOR RENT-For light housekeeping, two
lovely 2d floor rooms; furnished. 023
2d st. nw. au30-3t
FOR RENT Second-story, fur. room; $5
223 D st.nw. au30-3t-eni
FOR RENT -Two rooms on third floor,
suitable for light housekeeping, fur
nished or unfurnished; reobouable. 015
N. J. ave. nw. au30-3t
FOR RENT Fur. or unfur. rooms; terms
reasonable. Address DR. MASON, 711
12th bt. uw. uu28-2w,em
('OH HI VI I NFritNlMJKli mx)
FOR RENT Light housekeeping, two sec
ond tloor bay-window front rooms, uu
furiiished: two third floor rooms, furnished
complete, heat, gas, Lath. 947 C st. sw.,
near Smithsonian. It
FOR RENT Three or four unfurnished
looms, second tloor, light housekeeping.
100 Mass. ave. ne. sel-3r.
FOR RENT 718 Gth St. nw.; 2 or 3
unfurnished rooms for housekeeping:
near the Pension Office: rent low to rannry
without children. sel-3t
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms at 1409
R. I ave.; at moderate price; also one
small one furnished. bel-3t
FOR RENT Two large rooms, on 3d Tloor.
for housekeeping; $7 per month. 735
1st st. uw. au31-3t
FOR RENT Unfur., large parlors and
small room adjoining; puysiciau, demist,
dress-maker, etc.; bath same floor; near
Palais Royal. 723 11th at. nw. au31-3t
FOR RENT 3 uufur. rooms ou the 1st
floor. 933 1st. bt. ne.; rent i-8.
FOR RENT Two unfur. rooms, suitable
for light housekeeping; very cheap. 403
4th st. ne. au30-8t-em
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms Tor
light housekeeping. 511 F bt. nw.
FOR RENT Second floor, desirable rooms,
private bath, heat, all conveniences; $b
per mouth; other largj com. rooms, cheap.
215 9th st. sw , near Smithsonlau park, 2
blocks south of Pa. ave au30-3t
FOR RENT 1420 Corcoran St., 2 unfur.
communicating 2d-fIoor rooms; he.it and
gas; bath on same floor. au20-Gt,em
ROOMS AND HOARD.
FOR RENT -2 communicating 2d-story
rooms, fur.; gentlemen prelcrrtd; wjtn
board, 3G; single, $18. 1111 'Othst.nw.
PLEASANT rooms: first-class board; 2
squares rrom Congressional Elbrary. 517
a month. .No. 10 4tnst. ne. au30-3t
opens on a veranda; $1.50 a week, board
if desired 12 Gth st. ne., near E. Cap.st.
cars and Capitol. au29-7t
i ut REST Furnished rooms, with board,
for c-otipleor two gentlemen; $30 and $35
per month; private family. No. 8338 P
st. uw. au30-3t
FOR RENT Front rooms, with board In
cluded, $15 and $18 per month; con
venient location; two squares from Pen
Fion Orficc; on Met. car line. INDIANA
HOUSE, cor. 3d and Ind.a ve. au26-7t
FIRST-CLASS board;large, checrfulrooms",
all conveniences; with home comforts;
fine location: convenient to departments
and cars.951Mass. ave nw. sel-3C
GO TO 228 F st. nw. for first-class table
board; $3.75 per week; satisfaction guar
UOOD country board, one mile rrom springs,
on 200-acre frm; piano In house; $5
per wlek; $16 per motnh; children under
ten, half price. MR. and MHB.O. J. ZER-
LK, Fauquier Springs, Va.
WANTED Three or four portly furnished
becond floor rooms for light housek;ep.
ing, Sept. 15; state price. KALAMUS,
133 lltbst. nw. el-3t
WANTED For three adults, two fur
nished or unfurnished rooms, wlthbath;
privilege of board: private family pre
ferred; ADULTS.jthis office. lt
WANTED Sept. 15 $18 per month 'will
be paid for four unrurnished rooms; one
on first, or all on second rioor: heat and
gas; within three blocks or North Capitol
aud I sts; no children. Address BOX 15,
this orrice. au31-3 1
WANTED Party to take part of house;
11 bt. nw.; car line. Address CABLE,
this office. au31-3t
WANTED -Married couple and small boy
desire board in country near Washing
ton; give terms. Address HASTE, thisofi
WANTED A irentheman wishes board and
room with a French family to learn the "
language. Address 8. I. J., this office.
WANTED To rent, house with a few acres
of land; convenient to city. Address E.
G. M., this office. au31-3fc
WANTED Small houses and lots In East
Washington; all cash If the price Is cor
rect; ucfdelay: $1,000 to $2,000. JOHN F.
DONOHOE. 308 E. Cap, st. au20-6t-em
WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS,
WANTED For cash, all kinds orold United
States postage and department stamps;
collections also bought. H. F. DNK
HOKST, 1005 7tb st. nw. au9-tf
WANTED-Lady's blcyclg, 1898-07: not
to exceed $18 oash; send full description.
ROBERT U. BIDWELL.ByatUvilleTMd.;
Box 63. au29-3t
I IUV1U1 ana i-bis.
Has been called ou of city account lllneba
or family Patients will bo notified piouiptly
ou ula return.
I 512 13th St. N.W.
Treats and cures all private diseases,
Emissions, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Strict
ure, Impotency, Blood Poison and Lodt
Manhood. Consultation free.
Hours 9 to 5, except Sunday.
MADAME RETTA, clairvoyant, medium
and card reader, 25c and 50c. No. filO
-? I?W . sel-4t
OU WANT a suit of clothes; now listen;
"we can sell you oue (Just a trifle worn);
made by merchant tailors; practically as
nonil uh inw: for ab6ut half the cost of
a cheap new oile; catch on7 JUSTU'S
OLD STAND, 019 D St. nw. au31-7t
NO CHARGE for consultation. II. D.
GORDON. Atty., 1321 Fst.nw. au313C
NO ClIARhti for consultation. H.D.Gor
don, Lawyer, 1321 F st. nw.
I'KOF. OLA X Oldest established medium
advertising in this city; consult him on
business, lawsuits, divorce, speculations,
sepaiatlons, love or family troubles: can
tell you anything you wish to know, tilings
separated husbanuandwifctogether; makes
bwectheart or lover trie. causen marriages;
removes spells or mybterlous feellngsi gives
luck: fee. r0 cents; hours, 10 to 10 daily.
489 H -st. sw. i au3l'-.t-eiii
or Providence, R I., is a spiritual medium
or a national reputation; can be seen on all
bumness of every decriptlbn, all, In double
or doubt sliould give him a trial! gives Hill
names and genuine spirit, tests; sittings
daily at 08 11 st nw.; hours, rrom lo a.m.
lo b p. m.; rirst class refs. given: terms
moderate. , au27-7t
THE "3 DAYS" CURE (ror men) leads
all icmedles in this city: anromnt and
permanent cure or no charge: consultation
fiec. DK. McKEEL.AN,71G,12thbt. nw.
ho Imposition! -Nothing Out facts given
Clairvoyant and Palmist
Her predictions, luforimitlon, and advice on
business, murrlage, divorces, separations,
petitions, deeds, willb, lawsuits, irueis,
'ost or stolen property, etc., aro accurate
und truthful. Names given. No matter
wiior. trouble you may have, call, on this
gtttfd woman: she can' help youi out of all
difficult ieb. Absoluts batisf act jpn guar
anteed. German and English spoken. Resi
dence. 13U3 U st nw, aulU-lmo
Mrs. OR, REfTOEf.,
In ob.tetrlcs; gold iiiedal awarded for the
science of obstetrics from the Unh'erslty
of Munich, Havana; treats successfully
woman's complaints and Irregularities; pri
vate winitarlum for ladies before and dur
ing confinement. Office hours from 10 a.
in. to 6 p. m.,No. 8 7th st. ne.
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
uuu " street rsortliwest.
Gold fillings and bridge work a spe
cialty, at the lowest pilce, amalgam nll
tugs, 50c; rull sets of teeth ou plates, $5;
extracting, elthor by gas or local bpray,
absolutely painless, 50c; without, 2c; all
work done oy experts, and guaranteed the
Debt; open on Sundays from 10 to 3
o'clock. -4- n,u---tf
EXPERT SPECIALIST In the
cure of all private di6easns. Hydrocele
Varicocele, btricture, lmpotncy, and
Syphilitic Diseases positively cured. Ad-vit-e
and LonsuKatloii V ree. Boili Sexes.
Hours, U to l, 2 to 5;Tues.. Thurs , and
Bat. evenings, 7 to S. No. 002 F st. uw.
tciosed tsunduy.) Jein-tf
IF THEY don'tsuit; money refunded:that
50c. box Of ciKarsi. .NATIONAL CIGAR
FACTORY 1011 Pa. ave. It
ALL special contract tickets and
cards issued fiom my former i
1223 1-2 F at- will Me accented ;
days lonr at uw new studio, 905 Pa.
ave. FABER, Pmtoraoher. ael-7t
WE DO ALL KINDS OF INTERIOR DE
CORATING. Do the finest work. Butour
prices are the lowest you'll find aiiywncro.
Let us give you an estimate. Booms paper
edrich paper $2 up. F-. G. NOLT, 810
9th ht.i no branch. r sel-tf
ON ACCOUNT of small sale of tickets,
therarrie for II12 b-nefltor Mrs. Soldberg
and children Is postponed until September
22. 1 , sel-3t
OFFICES. 903 N. Y. AVE.
Complete Electrical and Surgical Outfit
with, EXPERIENCED PHYSICIANS In
charge. References Un every Government
Department in the city.
BIUGHT'S DISEASE nnd DIABETES a
specialty. No charge ror comultation-
Hpurs, 10:30 to 4 pi m. au30-7t-em
LACE curtains laundered equal to new,
40 cents per pair. 503 E at. nw.
PRINTING 1.000 circulars, G5cts.; tj-pe-wnter
circulars, 52.00 per 1,000; other
kinds or printing cheap in proportion
-'EULEK. 816 F st. nw. au 3U-3t
SHiET MUSIC Just out, Klondike two
fstep; all the rage; onlv25e.; send for cata
logues. BKCKKKS,9ll G nw. au29-0t
EVERY Hoys' Wash Suits that were 59c.
60c, 79c and $1, now 39c; 25c bmall
size pants, how lOc; latest fad, boys'
overalls, suspenders attached, age 3, 15,
25C. At SELUY'S, 1903 Pa. ave. nw.
Wale PAPERS Rooms papered rrom $2
up; latest style or papers. CHAS. C.
SILENCE, 217 G st. ne. au28-6t-ein
1,000 circulars or billheads, 75c.
500 envelopes or noteheads, 75c.
W. B. DAWSON, E07 9th nw.
W1EL SELL your furniture; will store
your rurniture; will accommodate you
witn a loan on same; no Interest charged;
nueral dealing; drop postal and will call.
MARCUS NOTES637 La. ave. au26-lmo
FURNITURE moved; largest 2-horse load,
$2.50; 1-horse loads, $1.25; pianos, $2:
rurniture packed and bhlpped; experienced
men oniy; storage. COLUMBIA TRANS
FER CO., 323 4.1-2 st. nw. -r none ivUO
1 will hereafter extract teeth with
nitrous oxide gas for 60c per tooth.
Best teeth S per sdt. Gold crowns, 4fr.
Amalgam fillings. 51. Have filled forty
thousand teesu iu tills ucj; extracted
twenty thousand teeth, and made ovei six
thousand petr Dr. S. T.MASON, 711 Uth
st. 11 w., formerly cor. lth and I' a. avr.
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
Printing 500 cards, 75c.; 500 envelopes,
75c; 500 note heads, 75c; 500 state
meats, 75c: binding magazl.ies, 50a.
miscellaneous books rebound. G. E.
WILLIAMS. 615 -7th at. nw. te6-tr
AT THE .business omce of Tne Tlmos
you will rind Window Cards of all de
rciiptlons "Table Hoard," "Furnished 01
Unfurnisned Rooms,'"" Unfurnished Rooms,"
"Furnished Rooms, With or Without
Board," "Furnished Rooms. With Board,"
"Furnished Rooms." Five cents in to
price of each card. ap'-l-tf
FOR SALE Eclipse bicycle: fine con
dition; very cheap. Address F. AL, this
office. ' au31-3t-em
FOR SALE Brand-new $75 Indys wheel
ror $40 cash. 1201 hlthst.nw. au31-3t
FOR SALE The greatest bicycle bargains
ever known; unredeemed Worlds, Ram
blerb, Elglns, Uetons and other high-grade
wheels, ror ladles and gents, at 1-3 value;
Mcycies bougnt outright and exchanged and
taken on storage; sundries at unheard of
prices. NEW YORK CYCLE CO., 434 8th
bt. nw. - au27-7t
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE OREXCHANGE One tent, 42x
30; one 10x10; pair handsome grays,
covered wagons, etc. 403 G st. nw.
FOR SALE Or exchange for horse, buggy
or wheel, electric cabinet; a new Macin
tosh 27 cell Salamoni battery; also one opeu
table or wall battery, J.8 cell. Address
PHYSICIAN, this ojffce. au31-7t,em
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A farm of 41
acres, with all Improvements in fjrst
clasB condition; andystock, consisting of 4
horses, 5 cowB,20heaj of hogs, 300 chick
ens and 200 ducks;and.all fanning uten
sils; would exchange for District property.
Address J. G. AI., this office.
FOR SALK AND RENT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETLN,
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F ST.NW.
UNIMPROVED PE0PERTY FOR SALE.
lGth st, bet. P and Q nw $
P st. and R. I. ave., near Iowa Circle..
R St., bet. 19th and 20th nw 3 50
N. J. ave. and 9th st.nw 2 50
O st., bet. 21st and 22d nw 2 00
N st., bet. 21st and 22d nw 1 25
Willard St., bet. 17th and 18th, T nnd
24th St., bet. L andM nw 1 50
Sumner alley, bet. lGth and 17th, L
and M nw
19th st., bet. E and F nw
Va. ave., bet. 27th and 28th nw...,.
D st., bet. 18th and 19th nw
Liuthlcum place, bet. 31st und32dst
K st., bet. 13th and 14th se
18th and A fits, an
Frame cottnge, 10th and Providence
Frame cottage, Piney Branch road
2 fiame cottages, Harewood road
3 brick houses, Pleasant Plains ..
Lots at Autrey Heights, Md
Lots at Berwln Heights, Md
Lots at Charlton Heights, Aid
ots at ArawicK, Md
Lots at Tennally toAvn
Lots al Tunlaw road
Lots at Hosslyn.Va
Lots at Trinidad
Lots at Takoma Park
Lots at Sllgo, Aid
HOUSES FOR RENT.
2220 Pa. ave. nw.,12 rooms $63 00
aio jn.u. ave. se.ipartty rur.),a rms. 3.- oo
2209 13th st. uw., G rooms
1449 S st. nw.,7 rooms
Upper part 1G03 7th st. nw.,7 rms.
1519 P bt. nw.,4 rooms
1831 Vt. ave. nw.,8 rooms ,
47 Defrees st. nw.,G rooms
37 and 41 Myrtle st.ne.,7 moms. .,
59,01. G3 and G5 L st.nw., Grins..
1123 20th bt. nW.,G rooms
1009 U bt. nw., G rooms
GOG and 024 L st. ne., G rooms
1249 I bt. ne., G rooms
411 8th st. sw.,G rooms
2904 7th bt. nw.,6 rooms
GU3 Florence Ht.ne.,6 rooms
921 12th st. se.,6 rooms
703 L st. se., 7 rooms
llll 10th st. se.,G rooms
!" nn i
iz Y.Y. '
-O UO ,
The above is only a portion of the prop
erty on my books. For rull list call at
ofrico for bulletin issued on the 1st and
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN,
917 F street northwest.
FOH HUNT IIOUSES.
WANTED-Couple to take 6-room fur. cot
tage tn suburbs and board owner. Ad
dress SUBURBS, this office. sel-3t
FOR RENT-6-room houte, Crescent St.,
Meridian Hill, between 10th and 1 7thsti.,
One square above Fla. ave., 9 per month.
Inquire of W'. F. OGLE. sel-3t
1015 17th st. nw., li rooms and
uatn; in. l 35 50
1702 Corcoran at. nw., 10 rooms
and uatn; m.i 50 GO
1704 Corcoran bt. uw., 11 roonib
and batbjm.1 50 GO
Hardwood mantels, with beveled glass
mirrors; tile hearths and facings. Applj to
J AS. 0. Sl'RIGG, JR., 1424 New York
WEST END FLATS. 2620, K st. nw.. 3,
4 and G rooms, with bath; all modern
improvements; storage room in attic,
quiet house; -refs. required, rents, $9,"
$12 and $17. Apply to JANITOR.
FOR RENT Garden rami of 31 acres at
Henntng, U. C; 8-rootu houte, stable and
tne necetsury outbuildings. Inquire of J.
il. FOWLER, near the premises. au31-6t
TO RENT For term of years, near Hern
don, Va., 11 room house; healthfully lo
cated; 29 acres laud; ten in fruit: balance
under cullhation, and cleared up woods;
never-failing spring, largo well, pump In
kitchen; good chicken hoube and yard;
wood stieu, new barn; excellent garden; in
perfect order; trains stop rront of house.
Apply to E. S. MUSSEY, attorney, 470
La. ave. uw. au28-14t
"i'YPEWRI'lERS rented at reduced rates;
with privilege of purcnase. standard
makes, preliminary Instruction free. NEW-
i W Kl lilt l ,. Ul.Ull 1 m
FOH RENT- STABLES.
FOR RLV1 Cheap, stable for one horse
and wagon. Inquire rear 637 L sU
FOR SALE The contents of 16-room flat.
Handsome unricnt roldlug bed, $20,
cobt. &7o: etierry upnciit roiuiug bed, $0;
mantel roldlug Ded, $3; 2 bedroom states,
5; 1 0.1k bedroom suite, $9.50; 1 $12
large wardrobe, $, handbome stdeooard,
$15, cost $40, splendid parlor suite, $35,
cost $80; odd chairs, beds, tables, cook
ing utensils, dishes, bird cages, couches,
coffee mill, clocks, rus, pretty shaped
center tables,, Fowler springs, water
filterer, what not, large mirror, couuter
and showcase, letter rile, wheelbarrow,
ice chest, bedding, curtains: to be sold at
one at any price. 1721 Pa. ave. mv.
FOR SALE -At a bargain, oil tank, coffee
mill, scales and other grocery store
fixtures. Apply, after 4 p. m., 1333 U
st. nw. bel-3t
FINE shot guns to close out at half price;
also guns to hire. JULIUS COHEN',
1104 7th st. nw. sei-7t
FOR SALE 1 bedroom set: 2 single beds:
1 dining-room bet; very cheap. 49 II
bt. ne. lt-em
FOR S ALE Blickensderfer typewriter, No.
4; new; complete with accessories and
ofnee case; $20. NEWMAN'S TYPE
WRITER AGENCY, 611 7th St. nw.
FOR SALK-1 No. U Howe. Co. platform
scales. Inquire stand 130, N. L. Market.
FOR SALE-Cheap; a single-barrel breech
loading gun; only used twice. Apply
at 218 6thst.se. auSl-St
FOR SALE Singer sewing machine, $8;
Remington, $7; Victor, $11; Household,
$15; New btandard, :?2.oO; all with drop
leaf aud drawers, and warranted for three
years at OPPENH KIMEK'S 'NEW HOME
AGENCY, 514 9th st. nw.; plaiting and
pinking 2c. per yard. au31-3t
FOR SALE $1,000 cash, balance on long
time, will purchase property worth $7 .000;
renting and tenanted for $59 per month.
Address OWNER B, this office.
SEWING MACHINE- A few nioie left;
to be closed out at half price, high grade
makes only. NEWMAN'S, 611 7th st.nw.
FOR SALE Large ssir-playlngorgan,
with 40 rolls of music, in good condition.
Uail 1315 7 th et. uw. au28-7tem
FOR SALE -Fresh cows; always on hand;
would also exchange for dry cows. JN'O.
DENEKAS, 3510 Brightwood ave,
FOR SALE Austin's and Spratt's tresh
dog cakes; also Glover's dog medicines;
pamphlet on dogs' and birds' diseases free;
birds and animals mounted by expert tax
idermist. SUHMID'S BIRD STORE. 712
12th st. nw. au21-tf
FOR SALE TWO FIRST-CLASS WHITS'
tier boilers, llio horsepower each, in ex-
ceuenc condition, with a 100 borse-
f tower Atlas engine; Tor sale cheap
r removed soon. Apply to STILSON
HUTCHINS.Hutrhlns -Uilding, where boil
ers and engine can be seen iy2-tf
FOR SALE YoungCubanaudMexIcanprnr
rots, monkeys, gold fishes, dogs, pigeona,
canaries, incubators, sprat ts and Austin's
dog bread; send for catalogue. SCHMID'S
BIRD STORE, 712 12th st nw. au4-tf
FOH SAT K lYORSES fc CA RRI AGE.
JUST arrived from Augusta county, Va.,
one car load of horses: good worsers and
fine drivers; strictly guaranteed Virginia
horses or no sale; can bo seen and for sale
at P. DOUGHERTY'S SALE AND EX
CHANGE STABLE, 208 11th st. nw.
FOR SALE Pony, cart and harness; kind
and gentle for children; two delivery
horses. In rear G12 G bt. sel-3t
FOR SALE Bay horse, straight and sound;
9 years old; $35. Call 336 22d st. nw.
FOR SALE Two-seat drag; very styllsk;
cost $225; for $75; nearly new. 2513
7th st. nw. 31-3t-em
FOR SALE A fine mare, 7 years old; kind
and gentle; suitable for family horse. In
quire in store, 1113 G st. nw. au30-3t,em
FOR SALE 2 bide-bar buggies, 3 phaetons,
1 carpenter's wagon, 2 surrics, l busi
ness buggy, 1 fine bet coupe harness, 1
set double harness, 2 poles; all kinds of
narness Dought, bold and exchanged.
213 11th st. nw. au29-6t
FOR SALE 2 wagons, 2 buggies, 2 uit
ries ,1 trap, 6 sleighs; also 2 cheapborses;
these goods are left to bo bold; nothing U
reason refused. 927 D at., next Merchant'
Parcel Deliver? Co j. 29-tr,em ,
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
Froiu Station, 13 1-2 St. & Pa. Am
in errect mt u. 1807.
For Alexandria (week daysi.G 30, 7:05.
7:3B. ex.; 8:00, 8:?0, ex.; 9:00. :50,
lO:U3,ex.; ll:oo. 11:45. a. u 12:05.ex4
i2.u, i:io, i:45, 2:05. ex.; 2:40, :oo,
ex.; 3.30, 4:00, ex.; 4:16, ex.; 4:45. 5:05,
B (, ex.; 5-40. 0:05, ex : 6:25. 7i00, 8:00,
9:00, 10:00, 11:20, 11:50 . m.
For Alexandria (Sunday only), 8:00.
-9:00. io:oo, 10:30, 1100, 11.30. a. m.
12:00. noon. 12:30.1:00.1.30. 2:00, 2:30.
U:00, 3:K0, 4:00. 4:30. 5:00, 5.30, G:00,
t$.:iui)u. s-uit. :mio. 10 ou. ii 20 p. m.
(wee. days), 6:30, 10:05, 11:00 a. m.
12:05, i:i.i. .o5. 3 00. 4:wo. 4:15 p. m.
For i7c nnd Riverside, 7. 8 p. in.
For Mount Vernon and Way Btatlc-D9.
(Sunday only), 9:00, 11:00 a. m., 2:00.
4:00 p. ui.
For Arlington nnd Anued'ict Brldg
(wepk days), 8.00, 8:30. 9:00 10:05, 11:00,
11:45 a. in., 12.05,12:20,1:15, 2:05, 2:40,
JJ:U0, :ao, 4:00. 4.15. 5:20, G.o5, G.-5,
:uw, a:ou p.
:ow, o:uo p. m.
For Arlington and Aqueduct Brldgo
Sunday only;. 8 00, 9:00. lo:00 10:30,
1:00, ii:ao a. m. 12:00 noon. 12:30,
l.-oo. i:hii mhi. i-hii ii-nn. a:HO. 4:00.
4:30, 5:00, 5:30. G:0(). G:30, 7.00, a.00
Baggage checked Tree Tor passengers
holding rirbt-class UckeU ut Station. P
cycles, 25 cent each.
(Schedule in effect July 4. 1807.
All trains arrive and leave renaayiva-la
8:12 a.m. Dally, local for Danville. Char
lotte and way ntatious. connects as Manas
sas for Strnsburg, Harrisonburg, and
I Staunton, daily, except Sunday, and at
1 Lynchburg with the Norfol- and Western,
' daily, and with the Chesapeake and Ohio,
j daliy. for the Natural Bridge and Lex
I log too.
Ii:i5 a. in. Dally.the UNITE!) STATES
i FAST MAIL, carries Pullman buffes
sleepers. New ork and Washington to
Jacksonville, unltini: at Salisbury with
Pullman Sleeper ror Ashe-l!le and Ho5
KnrlniM N 1 K nnvvllll. t 'llflt.tntlnf..'-i nntl
NaHhville.Tena., andat Charlotte with Pull
man Dieeper iut iiuojsi-a. j uumun uues
Sleeper flew XorktoNew Orleans, connect
ing at Atlanta ror Birmingham and Mem
Bins. SoUd train. Washington to New
rleans without change. Sunset 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, dtra
burg and Hurnsouburg. with connection for
Staunton, dally, except Sunday.
4.01 p. ai. Dally, local for Charlotte
10:43 p. m. Dally, WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN. VESTIBULED. LIM
ITED, composed of Pullman Vestibule
sleepers, dining cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New York to Nash
ville. Tenn., via Asheville, Knox'dlla
and Chattanooga, New York to Tampa,
via Cliarlotte. Columbia, Savannan and
Jacksonville: New lork to Memphis, via
ern Railway dtaing cai-. Ureensboro to
TRAINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington 0:01 a. m.
dally, 1:00 p. in. aud 4.4o p. in. dally, ex
cept Uunday. and 6:25 p. in. Sunday only
for Rcund Hill; 4:32 p. m daily, except Sun
day for Lcceuurg, aud U.2B p. m. daily ror
Hernoon. Returning, arrive at Wasbln
toa 8 26 a. m. and 3-40 p. m. daily, and
8:00 p. ui. daily, except Sunday, from
Hound Hill, and 7:06 a. in. daily, except
Sunday, rrom Uerndon, and 8:64 a. m.
dally, except Suuday, fiom Leesburg.
'inrough trains from tne South arrive as
Washington 6:42 a. m.. 2.20 p. m. and
9:25 p. in. daily. Harrhoubnrg, 12:10 p.
m. and 9:25 p in. daily, except Suuday,
and 8:30 a. in. daily from Charlottesville.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation and in
formation furnished at offices, 511 and
lauu Pennsylvania avenue, and at Pen a
eylvaula Railroad Passenger Station.
w. l. OrltEEN, Gen. Supt.
d. M. U-J.1-. lrafiio Munuger.
W . A. T li HE, Gen. ni48. Agent.
JU B. mtUW.N, Geo. Agt. 1'uaa. Uepa
Should be 'read dally, as cnanges may
occur at any ume.
FOREIGN A1A1ES ror the week ending
September 1, close promptly at thh, office
WEDNESDAY lb) At 7.20 p. m. for
Europe, per s. a. Columbia", rrom New
iork, via Plymouth, Cherbourg and Ham
burg. itlUA l -(b) At7:20 p.m. for France,
Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Tur
key, E;iypt and British Imua, per b. b. La
Cbampa4ue, from New lork, via Havre.
(0) At 7.20 p. m. for Germany, per s. s.
Alter, from rsew ork,via Bremen. Let
ters ror other parts or Europe, via Cher
bourg, must be directed "Per Aller."' (c) At
10:65 p. m. for Europe, per s. s. Lucama,
from New York, via Queenstown. (t) At
10:55 p. m. for Netherlands, iUr, ct, per a. b.
Rotterdam, from Now lork.via Rottenlam
Eetters must be directed "Per Rotter
dam." f c) At 10:55 p. iu. for Genoa, per
s. s. Kaiser Wilhelm II. from Nw York.
Letters must be directed "Per Kaiser Wil
helm 11." (c) At 10 o5 p.m. ror Scotiund
direct, per s. s. Ethiopia, from New York,
via Glasgow. Eetter must be directed
"Printed Matter, etc. German steamers
sailing from New lork on Tuesdays take
printed matter, etc., for Germany, and
specially addret-ed printed iiiatter, etc.,
ror other parts or Europe.
The American and White Star bteamers
bailing IromNew York oa W etin.-Mlajs, Hie
German steamers on Thurtdajb. and the
Cunard, French and German steamers on
Saturdays, take printed matter, etc., for
all countries Tor which they are adt ertised
to carry mall.
Mitiib lor uiitn and Central Amer
ica, est .ndieis, Jtc.
WEDNESDAY to At 10:35 p.m., for
Fort Antonio, rer steamer from Philadel
THURSDAY -(C) At 10:55 p.m., for
New rouudland, per s. S. Assyrian, from ,
Philadelphia, to At 10.00 p. m. ror at.
1 nomas, St. Croix. Eeeward aud Windward
lslauds, per s. s. Pretoria, from New lork.
Letters for Grenada, Trinidad and Tobago
must be directed "Per Pretoria."
FRIDAY (b) At 7 20 p in. Tor Brazd,
per s. s. juerveilus, rrom New York, via Per
nambuco, Bahia and Rio Janeiro. Letters
lurNorch Uracil and EaPlatacouutriesmust
be directed "Per Heveliue"' (b) At
:20 p 111. ror a Plata countries direct,
per s. s. Bellaura, rrom New York, (c) At
10:55 p. m. ror Fortune Island, Jamaica,
bavanuia and Greytown, per s. Alle
ghany, from New York, (ci At 10:33 p. in.
ror Campeche, Chiapas, labasco and Yu
catan, per s. s. Vigilancia.rroni New York.
Eetters ror otner pares 01 .Mexico must ue
directed "Per Vlgllaucia " (c) At 10.55
p. m. for Venezuela and Curacao; also Sa
vanilla anu Carihagena, via Luracao. per
s s. Caracas, rrom New York, (c) At 10:55
p. m. for Grenada, Trinidad and Tobago,
per s. s. Grenada, from New York, (c) At
10:55 p. in. ror North Brazil, per s. s. Hil
ary, rrom New York, via Para, Marauham
SATURDAY -Id) At 12:05 p. 111., ror
St. Pierre-Miquelon, per s. s. fromNorth
Mails for Newfoundland, by rail to Hali
rax and thence via steamer, close nere
daily, except Sunday, at 12:05 p. 111., and
on Sundays only at 11:35 a- iu.t.d)
Malls ror Aliquelon.by rail to boston and
thence via steamer, close here dally nt
3:20 p. m.la)
Mans lor Cuba I except thoss ror Santiago
de Cuba, which will be forwarded via
New xoric up to io:55 p. 111., closing Sun
day, the 29tn), by rati to Port Tampa. Fla.,
and thence via steamers sailing Mondays
and Thursdays to Havana, close here daily
at 3 p. m.(e)
Mails for Mexico , overland (except those
rnr uanmeehe. Chianas. Tabasco and Yuca
tan, whiih. after the Wednesday overland
close, will be forwarded via New York up
CO unu iuuuuiu .u xv.oo j. iu. ursv
Friday) close here daily at 7.10 a. m. (d)
j. rau.sjmoii.io -Mull?-.
Mails for Australia (except West Austra
11a), New Zealand, Hawaii and FIJI lsl
auds, per s. s. Aorangi, from Vancouver,
close here daily up to 6:30 p.m., Sep
Mails foi China and Japan, per s. s. Aztec,
from San Francisco, close here daily up
to 6:30 p. m., September 5.(d)
Mnils for China and Japan, specially ad
dressed only, per s. s. Empress of Japan,
from Vancouver, close here daily up to
6:30 p. 111., September 6.(d)
Alalia ror Australia (except tnose for
West Australia, which are forwarded via
Euiopc), New Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji and
Samoan Islands, rer s. s. Mariposa, from
San Francisco, close here daily up to
6:30 p. in., September 10.(d)
Alalia for the Suciety Islands, per ship
Tropic Bird, from San Francisco, tlo-e
here daily up to 6:30 p. m., September
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS are forwarded
to the ports of sailing daily, and the sched
ule of closing la arranged on the presump
tion of thi'ii uninterrupted overland tran
sit. (a) Registered mails close at 10 a. m.
(b) Registered mails close at 1 p. m.
(c) Registered mails close at 6 p. rn.
(d) Registered malls close at G p. m.
(e) Registered malls close at 1 p. m.
Tuesdays and Saturdays.
JAMES P. WILLETT. rostmaster.
FOR SALE-Or Trade, 7-rooni and bath
frame cottage, with large lot, at Mount
Pleasant; will be sold cheap. Address H.
). V., this omce. au29-5t
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
7.50 A. M. week days -PITTSBURG EX
PRESS Parlor and Dining Cars, Harrta
burg to Pittsburg.
10.50 A. M. PENNS Y LVANIA LIMITED
Pullman Sleeping, Dining, Smoking and
Observation Cars, Harriaburg to Chicago,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Cleve
land and Toledo. Burfet Parlor Car to
10.50 A. M. FAST LINE-Pullman Bufrefi
Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Burfet Parlor
1 V2r,na.r.rtsbur. to Pittsburg.
3.40 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
Express - Sleeping Car Washington
to st. Louis, and Sleeping and Pining
tars Harrisburg to St. Louis, Nashvilfa
- iyia Lincinnatl) and Chicago.
7.10 I'. M. WESTERN EXPRESS-PuU-man
Sleeping Car to Pittsburg, Chicago,
and Harrisburg to Cleveland. Dicing
Car to Chicago.
7.lO P. AI. SOUTH WESTERN EXPRESS
i uilnian Sleeping Cars Washington to
Ilttsburg and Harrisburg to St. LouU
and Cincinnati. Dining Car.
10.40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS-Pufl-
man Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
.r0 A . AI. for Kane, Canandaigtia, Roches
ter and Niagara Fails daily, except:
10.50 a. m. for Elmira and Renovo daily,
except Sundays. For Willlamsport daily,
3.40 p. m.
7.1 Op. m. for Willfainsport. Rochester.Erie,
Buffalo and Niagara Falls daily, except
aalurday. with Sleeping Car Washington
10.40 p. m. for Erie and Eimlra dally;
for Canaudaigua, Rochester, Buffalo and
"'Jiairari -'ail Saturdav nights only.
Pullman Sleeping Car Washington to
For Phlludcljihin. New York and
4:00 p m. "CONGRESSIONAL !
ITEu," oally, all Parlor Care, with Dha
lng Car from Baltimore Regular at 7:00
t Dining Car), 8:00. 9 00. 10:00 tDinhnr
Car), and 11:00 (Dining Car rrom Wil
mington) a. m.. 12:45, 3:15. 4-20, 6:50.
10:00 and 11.35 p. in On Sunday. 7:00
(Dining Car), 8:00, 9.00. 11:00 (Dlnlns
Car from Wilmington) a in., 12:15, 3:15,
4:20, 6:50, 10:00 and 11:35 p. m. For
Philadelphia only, Fast Express, 7:50 a.
in., week -days. Express. 12:15p.m. weelt
days, 2:01 and 5 40 p m. daily. For
Boston, without change 7:50 a. m. wee
days and 4:20 p m. dally.
Saratoga Express (Parlor Car), 9.00 a.m.
For Baltimore. G.25, 7.00, 7.50, S.00,
9.00. 10.00. 10.50, andll.oOa.m.,12.10,
12.45,12.50,2.01,3.13,3.40 (4.00 Lira
Red,. 4.20, 4.36. 5.40, 6 13, 6.50, 7.10.
10.00, 10.40, 11.15, and 11.35 p.nw
On Sunday, 7.00. S.00.9.00. 9.05, 10.50J
11 00 a.m., 12.15, 1.13,2.01, 3.15, 3.4D
14.00 Limited;, 4.20. 5.40. 6.15, 6.30
7.10, 10.00, 10.40, and 11.35 p.m.
lor Pope's Creek Line, 7 50 a-m. and -1.38
p.m. daily, except Sunday. Sunday B,
For Annapolis, 7.00, 9.00 a. m., 12.13
and 4.20 p. m. daily, except Sundayg
Sunday, 9.00 a. m. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Florida
and points on Atlantic Coast Line, 4.30
a. m., 3.4G p. m. dally: Richmond onlv.
10-57 a. m. week-days; Atlanta Special,
via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line,
4.40 p. m. daily. Accommodation for
- Quantico, 7.45 a. m. daRy. and 4.25 p.
For Atlantic City (via Delaware Elve?
Bridge, all-rail route), 11.00 a. m. 3.15
and 11.35 p. in. dally: via Market street!
wharf. 9.00 a. ra. ( Saturdays only),
10.00,11.00 a. m.,and 12.45 p.m. week
days, 11.35 p. m. dally. Sundays only,
12.15 p. m.
For Cape May. 10.00. 11.00 a. m.. 12.43
p. m. week-days, 11.35 p. m. dally.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and G
streets, and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left for ths
checking of baggage to destination from
hotels and residences
J. B. HUTCHINSON, General Manager.
J. R. WOOD, General Passenger Agent,
Schedule in effect Jnne 5,1897.
Leave Washington from station comer o
New Jersey aenue aud C st.
For Chicago and Northwest, Vestlbuletl
Limited trains, 10.00, 11.45 au.. 3.05
For Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapo
lis, Express, 11.45 a.m. Vestibuled Lim
ited, 3.40 p.m., express 11.30 p.m.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express
dally 10.00 a.m- and b.50 p.m.
- or Coiu.ubua, loicdo and .Detroit, 11:30
For Winchester and way stations, a8:00,
all. 45 a. m., a5:30 p. m.
For New Orleans, Memphis, Birmingham,
Chattanooga, Knoxville, Bristol aud Roan
oke. 11.20 p. m. daily; Sleeping Cara
For Luray, 3.40 p. m. daily.
For Baltimore, week-days, 5:00, 6:30,
v7:05, x7 lo, x7-3u, xh.OO. S:30, x8:30,
xl0:00, xl2:00 a m., x!2:05, xl2:10.
xl2:40, x3:oo, 3:20. x4:30, 4:35, x5:05,
x5:10, X5-30, x6:20. 6:30, xS:00, 8:15,
.9.20, 11:15, xll.SU p in., and 12:01
night. Sundays, x7:03.x7:10, x7:30, 8:30,
.it:U0 a. m., xl2:05,xl 2:40, l:00.x3:00,
3:20, 4:35, x3:05, x5:10, G:30, xS:00.
x9:20, 11:15, xll.50 p in., xl2:01 night.
For Annapolis, 710 andS:30 a, m.,12:10
and 4.30 p m. Sundaye, S:30 a. rn., 4:33
tor Frederick, week days, 8.00 a. m
11.45, 4.30, 5.30. p. in. Sundays, 9.00
a. m., 1.15 p. m.
For Bagerstown, a 10.00 a. m. and
a 5-50 p. m.
For oyd and way points, week days,
suio a. tn.,4.30,5 30.7.03 p. m. Sundays,
9.00 a. 111., 1.15, 7 05 p. m.
For Uaithersburg and way points, week
days. S.oo, 9.00 a. m., 12.30, 3.00, 4:30,
4.33, 5.30. 5-15, 7.05. 11.40 p. m: Sunday-.,
0.00 a. ui., 1.15, 4.33. 7.03. 10:15
For Washington Junction and 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 daya. 9.15 a. ra.
and 4.30 p. m. Sundays, 9.35 a. rn., 1.30
and 3.15 p. m.
Royal Bine Line Xqr Nevr ork and
For Philadelphia, New York, Boston and
the East, week-days. 7.05, 8.00. 10.00 a.
m., 12.00. (12.40 Dining Cars), 3.00,
15.03 Dinlnjr Car), (12.01 nfcrbt. Sleemnff
Car, open at 10.00 o'clock). Sundays.
7.05,9.00 a. m.. (12.40 Dining Cars), 3.00
15.05 Dining Cart, 12.01 night. Sleeping
Car, open at 10.00 o'clock). Additional
train 'or Philadelphia, 'Week-days. daUy,
S.OO p. m.
Buliet Parlor Cars on aR day trains.
For Atlantic City, 7.05, 10.00 a.m..
12 00 noon. 12.40 and 3.00 p.m., WeeS
days, 12.40 p.m., Sundays.
For Cape May. 12.00 noon. j
aExcept Sunday xExpress trains. k
Baggage called for aud checked from
hotelb aud residences by Union Transfer
Co-, on orders left at ticket offices, 619
Pennsylvania avenue northwest. New Yor.
avenue and Fifteenth street. and at Depot.
WM. M. GREENE, D. B MARTIN.
Gen. Manager. Mgr Pass. Traffic.
LOST Small crescent scarf pin, with sev
eral half pearls, on 11th st.nw. Return
1012 11th st. nw. ic
LUST Diamond stone, weighing about 2
carats: liberal reward 1 r returned to
this- omce. ao31-3t-etu
LOST Blue female skye terrier Liberal
rewardir returned to SCUMID. 712 12tu'
st. nw. au31-3t,eni .
LOST About Aug, 12, a pared contain
ing a large number or keys and soma
tools. Reward if returned to 1403 Gth st.
nw.,or629 F st. nw. lt.em
LOST A driver's badge: No. 175. WDX
give a reasonable reward. 1023 I8ta
LOST An English pug answering to the
name of "Harry." Liberal reward for
return to 1005 E. Capitol st. au3o-3t-em
FOUND Horse and harness; came to my
stable Saturday; owner please call and
prove property, pay for kcupiug the samo
and ror this advertisement. JOHN COCH
RANE, 1114 N. J. ave. se. au30-3t
FORT-ALE Cheap, fine farm; near Fair
fax Court House. Va.; splendid bottom
lund; abuudaut timber, sawmill; house and
burn, including farming machinery, stock,
etc Address TUOS. W. COMSTOCK,
Burke's Station, Fairfax co., Va.
OR SALE-$1,000 will buy farm; 165
acres; .situated in Southern Maryland.
Address F. G. C, this office. lt.en
IF YOU have a good team of horses, and
carriage wortli about $1,000, to exchange
for personal property that you can carry
In your pocket, and worth to the rlgaB
party $10,000, address TRADE, tbUofllce.
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