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TTfE MOEMNG TIJV1ES, TUESDAY, STSPTEMBEH 7. 1897.
WONKY WANTED AND TO LOAN.
WANTED -To borrow $250 from party
who would be willing to board out part
or all of loair; will pay reasonable interest;
furniture as security. Address MRS.
EMILY Jt.. this office. 1
LOANS from $5 10 i50 lo reliable putties;
also money advanced on bicycles Itooni
...Central Blag,, cor. 9th and la. ave. nw.
A NEW PLAN-
$10 TO 51,000 TO LOAN
ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS.
HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC.,
Without nnov.il from possession of ovrur.
You can have the money the day you
apply fi t. Payment on the principal,
of any aaionnt. wlllbe received at any time,
which will lessen cost or loan
MOST DES1RASLE TERMS
No cost to you if ioaa :3 not made.
Please call for farther Information.
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO..
E. K. FULTON.? loan otfice, 1218 Pa. aye.
nw money loaned on waasties, olamonds.
jewelry, silverware, eta apio-Gm
LOANM MAUii ON APPROVED COLLAT- I
oral, micft as lire policies, siK.s, uuuua.
bultS aociaton hares, Kvnuicate cor
urioalofc. etc No delay. -LUKES A
BAKER, 1110 F-fct Take elevator. tf
WADE ON FLUMlUlit,
Loaus made un FurniUiTe. Pianos, norses.
Wagons, ic., at lowe&t ratea and quickest
pos-lbleUme. StrictlycoHfidential. Pleasi
call before seourlug Iohhs elsewhere.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
CIO F street northwest.
HONE- TO LOAN 1,000 upward, at 5
and S 1-2 per cent on D. C. real estate:
5250, $iu, etc.. at 0 per cent; alt
Lruus-ctioas conducted Willi economical
consider) 1 jii for borrowers.
WILLIAM. U. SAUNDERS CO.,
aplG-tt 1 407 F st. nw.
MUfE TO LOAN at 5 and G per cent",
eourlj. iel estate in lMxtnctoi" Coltitn
bia; 110 delay beyond an insf. awnot Ijrop
artr and examination or title. WALTER
. ACKER. 7 ot x-ith st.nw. mh2S-tf
HELT WASTED- WALE.
WANTED A busbelman at once.
& MEKT-, HOC F st. aw.
"RT a VTPl lTwn -CTrtlnfr rnn.
Call at 1335
' F at. aw.; bet. 10 and 4 o'clock: base
"WANTED -Boy 1G to IS years old, white,
swong and active, with bicycle. CsL at
noon.;H--vUi S. 221 Pa. ave-se. If
"WANTED -A boy lo drive-xaisin ?ml as
slst in dairy: good home lo right narty.
Address G. F. H ., this office. se -3t
WANTED Married while man who uuder
Ktatuls farming and selling in market.
A.dresh. sutUim wages, n-ifc.. and wiiere
can Je seen, U- M., Uiis ofliee..
WANTED-Experienced driver on milk
AwaeH U woit trade. Address SO-
1AC4T, Ulis iftice. seG-3t-em
""WAJKTED-A good colored man-to work
In-n rortaiirsnt. CHARLES DIETZ, .th
and F fits. nw. se5-3t
nfvTHMi -umiTi. th ns collector for
an iiMWUuietit bouse; must furnish $100 j
oash secariiy. Address lv-mam. i.
UMs office. Etf-J-3t
vl'Ti:i) -Hnr in mdk waoatmust c-oine
rewwnntewiedauebclSyenrsold; Address j
Z this mce- scfov-aiu
WASTED -A hoy to work in bakery who
wrtlenAAiKib Miu-Uilug of the biiMness.
142G N. Cap. st- nw, Ee4-3t,em
HKLI' WANTED-1'EW ALE.
"WANTED-Girl to do Wtchen work.
Pa. ave. nw.
"WANTED -A young lady as cashier and
ttyjiewriMr: must have the very best or
roferenoe. Apply at G21 Pa. ave. nw.
"WATBD-At 1119 East Capitol sL. a
voaar wonma tor gcueral housework
mm,l lie sod cook, neat and relialde.
WANTED A settled white woman to do
oeolmig. wastoiigandironincfora family
tif Civ : ciHl svorne and uood wages lor l be
right party. 723 20t st- nw. se-3t
"WANTED -A girl to assist in care of
uiir4it'flre: iod refs. reouired. Ad-
vm MRS. A. E. PHILLIPS, Takoma
"WANTEiJ -Coljrd woman for genera
ilisewM"k; Ui go short distance from
oliiy, 17A7 Oregon ave- nw. It
"VYAKTEII-A nat oolared wmnan tocook.
Apply GS5 N st. nw. lt
WANTBD-LiuSy to lake charge of the
0ktL l9MXtMient: must w tnorouglUy
e&,leneiiBd; fr ore aTout to open. Ad-
dre CLOAXS. tills office. U
"WANTED -Colored general house worker to
to New York with family of two.
614. 18th st. nw. xx
"WANTED-Colored nurse to go to St. Louis
"Witt family; child of three. 614 13tii st.
"WANTED A strong restaurant kitchen
wouMHi. wtitte; also a young girl to mind
twooto-Mren. IP 37 7Ui st. it?
"WANTED A wbite girl for small family
at Soldiers" Home, Eagle Gate. se0-3t-em
1VANTED A woman forsencral housework
in fiuuttv of 3. inus stay nights; tiring
refs. Apply to No- 3 F st. nw. lt-em
WANTED -A ttHored chambermaid; must
atu4st WfusMng; good ref. necessary. Ap-
iplv in morning, 607 1 Et.nw. lt-em
"WANTED Young white girl for general
heuhewwk in private family. 925 L
st. nw. heu-Ai
"WANTED A white woman to cook and
take charge of iKHise: good home. Apply
317 Pa- ave. nw., 2d floor. se5-3t
"WAKT1-.U-Working housekeeper by wld
wer wiUi 3 children; ages S to 13; one
who would do the entire work and be
content with moderate salary for the pres
ent preferred. Address H. K. WILSON.
1302 F St. nw. i?e5-3t
HELP WANTED-MALE AND
-- tn,D i cy.aud -eiecU the uesi
city and country help; send postal to
Mrs. MOORE. 300 U st.nw. w--i,ein
WANTED -Cooks, caterers, chambermaids,
gonerat House workers.laundresses.wallers,
porters, drivers, butlers, daj -workers, room
dcaners, dish-washers, boys; places fur
nished Ullsuited. SHACKLLFORD'S,427
XlUi t- nw. se4-4t-em
WANTED 100 more boys and cirts to
make $5 per week eay: to know how
call on HARRY PARK. Printer, 920 F.
Nuf Oed. ee0-3t
"SyaNTED Situation as cook or general
ho-seworker. rers. Call 1S10 Kingman
WANTED By a white woman, situation to
do work in a private family: no washing
or ironing; references. 1241 1L st. ne..
s-7 -3 1
WANTED- By first-class cook place in first
dlasa J&arfly. Call 736 10th st. nw.
Also situation by a boy to attend to horse
and carriage or similar work. It
WANTED -By two colored girls iron. Vir
ginia, a place to do general housework
in small ramlly. Call at2112 Va.ave.nw
WANTED A situation as chambermaid or
nurse; ref. Call425 llth st. nw. It
"WANTED -A place bya good, experienced
conk: ref- given. Call 1245 6th st.
WANTED By young ladv with some cc
porienoe. to leant tailoring; wages no ob
3 eat. B- E. U., this office. se6-3t-em
"WAINTED Situation as cook or washing
to taUe home. Call 1104 Shepard s tviurt
w . -eG-3t-em
WANTED By respectable woman. Place to
do general Rousework; cook, nurse, or
landr-. 1702 1-2 10th st. nw. se5-3t
WANTED By lady, position with pension
attorney; five years experience; refer
ence, fiiniished. Address A. T. S. C.
this office. tc5-3t
WANTED Washing and ironing to take
home Call 1743 Oregon ave. nw.
"WANTED A situation; have had 10
years' experience as examiner In the
Feiisieu Office; first-class refs. Address
PENSION , Wits office. se4-3i-em
WANTED - Agents for Draper's Convert
ing Tables; send 50c for sample copy
nnd terms. BOX 833, Colorado Springs.
$100 IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY.
WANTED One person In every family to
send in a list of words from the letters
In the word -Klondike. First prize, tfm:
second prize, $25: thltd prize, $15; five
S2 prizes aud rive $1 prizes. Fot paiticu
lars address E. CROSS, Eox 242. EalU-
roore, Md. e-3t,em
W'ANTKD -Experienced. hu;tliaK agents
for the famous Klondike pulisu. 5iju in
gold given in prizes, wu tiner i. 1
SITU ATI .S WAITED-3.' ALE.
WANTED-By acoIorcd man, 28 years
of age, place to care for x or 2 norses j
and drive in private family; good ref. .
Address 2258th fit. 8W. lt;
WANTED-By young "while man. work of I
any kind; "will work for small wages; 1
rets. Address WORK, thl8oirice.se7-3t I
WANTED -A situation as firt-cla? male
wik: good refs. Call 1128 20th si. nw.
YOUNG man want.s
l steady position.
WASTED Work, or any kind by boy or
13. Call 1526 8th st. uv . bcl-St-riti
WANTED-By druggist, registered gradu
ate, situation: 8 years experience re
liable and smelly temperate. T. M.,ihls
WANTED -A respectable colored man
wants idr.ee as bell boy, dlsnwasner,
waiter Tu private family, work in sture or
driver for doctor. 145 G st." se. tet-3t
WANTED-Al Uokkeepcr with good ref
erences desires position: or will asso
ciate services and few Uiousand dollars
in au esuiblislieu commission, insuiance,
eal estate. Coal, accounting, typewriting
or otlier legitimate' business. ORLANDO,
tilts office. tc5"l
SITUATIONS WANTED WALE
WANTED Couple without eliildreii wants
1 nice communicating, unfurnished rooms,
wjtli lieat, light and water, on 2d floor;
rent must be reasonable. Audres-s J . E. 1
tliis office. stC-:it-em
WANTED Situation bv man and wife in
private family. Call 020 L st. uw.
W A NT KD 1 J 5CKLL ANEOl :s.
WANTED To buy a road carcin uod con
dition: must be cheat) for cash. Ad
dress M. 1L PRICE, corner I3tn and 11
WANTED -A few jrood cuBtomero for
strictly pure .milk; delivered daily in
sealed jars; Ge pur uunn: satisfaction guar
anteed or no pay. Address C. H. F. D.,
this office. 607-Gt
WANTi;i) - To tiny, cash renter. Addresd
(7SH REGISTER, this efice.
WANTED-An ico box; suitable for a meat
store. Address J. N. 11., this ofliee.
OLD ROOKS Wanted to purchase lor
cah all kinds of old and miscellaneous
books; inlargeorMiiallquantities. Address
poxfcii to JAMES O'NEIL, 21G 2d at. nc.
WANTED Family washing, or any kind
of wa-lung: well and promptly done.
FANNY MORRIS, 1CG1 lfalh St. nw.
WANTED A first-class dining room and
kitchen by a lirst-class caterer. Call
1K2( K st. nAV. se-3t-eiu
AYANTED -Pupils m Spanish, Prelum or
Italian by an experienced educator of
youth. Address OIGA, 213 10th st. sw.
WANTED -Orders for Bostoifbaked beans,
10c and 20c a pot; send orders Tuesdays
and Frniavufor ViMesiays.i!uiHt i.iia.
MRS. F. C. CHANDLER, 1826 7th St. nw.
WASTED Stylish ill esses n.ade for S3 at
MRS. M. E. HAYDN'S, No. 507 8U1 st.
se.. for month of September. s(G-3t
WANTED Shocbeuehes; must be cheap.
1100 II su ne. It
WANTLD To buy horse, harness and de
livery wagon; must be good and cheap;
niao store fixtures. Call or aodress W- V.,
312 Gill st. ne. JLt
WANTED A gentleman of good character
and means oesires to m;et a lady even
ings for pastime. Aduress "11 V RON."
tins orrice. se5-2t
WANTED To buy, blaok and tan dogs
and puppies. Si ll.Mlli's luitD .-.l'OliE,
712 12th st. nw. sca-4t
WANTED At J. G. Sinclair's, G2G La,
ave., show cases, counters, scales, desks,
bed rooin,(Mrlir,ui!iiim-roomrurn!j ure ;alro
pianos, organs, or any oilier merchandise in
that lme; we have the largest second-hand
furniture a .ore in tnj District: luruestorace
warerooms: storaue 75 cents tier month
per wagon load; attend our auction sales
on Tuesdays. se5-3t
WANTED -An Eastman's cartridge kodak
camera for glass and film; must be in
Al condition. Address KODAK, this of
"WANTED -Small Northern family to join
advertiser in co-operative housekeeping.
NEW YORKER, tins office. se4-3t
WANTED A Tew good customers for
strictly pure milk, delivered dailv in
sealed jars; Gc per quart: satisfaction icuar
anteed or no pay. Address C. H. F. D.,
this office. se2-7 1
WANTED TO TRADE Ladles' solidTgoTd
watch, Elgin movement, for ladles or
gents' high-srads wheel. Address N. M
thiB office. au31-7t-em
WANTED National Capital Dank stock.
Address . s .tuisoffice. uul5-30t
PRINTING 1.000 circulars. G5 cts.: type
writer circulars, $2.50 ner l 000: other
printing cheap iu proportion. ZIEGLER,
81G F st. nw. se7-3t
FOR SALE -A handsome square piano;
diamonds or groceries taken in payment.
Address TEXAS, this office. se7-3t
A MACHINIST who has access to limited
UK Is can do some work after hours to
be paid for In groceries. GROCERIES,
this office. It
SONG of the Klondike: Just out: written
and composed by Nellie V.'. Millar. All
orders filled directly Irom address, 227
1st bt. nw. It
HAVE your rooms papered in cilt paper,
$1.50 up, by the STONE BROS.. 711
5th st. nw. se5-3t
$250 INVESTED will bring you $5 a
day, the year round; at home after 4 p
in. 002 2d st. sw. c4-Gt-em
WALL PAPERS -Rooms papered from $2
up: latest style of papers. CIIAS. C.
SILENCE, 217 G st. nc he-Gt
TUNING and repairing pianos aud organs
promptly attended to by WILD BROS.,
1315 7th sU nw. Satisfactory work
IF YOU intend having any Interior Deco
rating done let ue start 011 the worknow.
Finer work than ours isn't done in this
citv. Low pnceE, too. Rooms papered
handsome paper-$2 up. F. G. NOLTE.
810 9th t. NoJ-rancb. ?4-tf
IANY a one who thinks hi mself "loo old a
bird to be caught by charf" Is ready to
glide Into a snare coated with moonshine.
SecSELB S f.1.25 and $2 hats he is off er
ing for $1 and $1.25. Ien's working
pants, 50c;, worth 75c and $1, upwards.
1903 Pa. ave. nw. elGt,eni
ALL special contract tickets and punch
cards issued from my former studio,
1223 1-2 F St., will be accented -for 90
daj-s longer at my new studio, 905 Pa.
ave. FABER, Photographer. sei -7 1
WILL feLLiL your furniture; will store
your furniture, will accommodate you
witn a loan on same; no interest charged;
liberal dealing; drop postal and wiu call.
MARCUS NOTES, 037 La. ave. au2G-lmo
FURNITURE moved; largest 2-horse load,
$2.50; 1-horse loads. $1.25; pianos, $2:
rurmturo packed and shipped; experience
men only; storage. COLUMBIA TRANS
FER CO., 323 -1 1-2 Bt. nw. 'mono iwoo
1 win hercarter extract teeth with
nitrous oxldo gas for 50c per tooth.
Best teeth S7 per set. Gold crowns, $8.
Amalgam fillings, $. Have filled Torty
tiiousund tietu in this eicy; extracteu
twenty thousand teeth, and made over six
thousand feto Dr. S. T.MASON, 711 12th
st. nw., lonnerly cor. 12th and Pa. aye.
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
Fruiting 500 cards, 75c; 500 envelopea,
75c; 500 note heads, 75c; 500 state
meats. 75c: binding magal.jee, 50o.,
miscellaneous books rebound. G. ;.
WILLIAMS. GIB 7tn st. aw. feB-tr
AT THE Kuslness Office of Tne Times
you will find Window Cards or all de
scriptions '"Table Board,"' "Furnished 01
Unfurmsiied Rooms. '"Unrurnished Rooms,"
"Furnlhbcd Rooms. With or Withcut
Board. ' "Furnished Rooms, With Board,"
"Furnished Rooms." Five cents Is th
price of each card. ap21-tf
A VA NTED -POSTAGE STA 3 1 P..
AM u For cash, all kinds orold United
Stales postage and department stamps;
collections also bought. H. ". J1UNE
uoitST, won 7th t. nw. au9-tr
CAMPBELL CARRINGTON, nttomey-at-law,
Webster Law building, 505 D st.
nw., Washington, D. C. Residence. No. 3
Mount Vernon Flats, New York nve. and
9 th st. uw. se2-6t
FOR HIRE To drummers and nuslncsa
men. horse nnd buggy or Da yton. S2 per
day, and peclal prices for pleasure driving. I
Apply to the REX STABLES, rear 615 B j
si nw; leiepuouu van xuv
F n J R KNT ROOMS-FoXRENT-Lady
will rent'two furnisheil
rooms: gentlemen only; breakfast. Ad
dress BREAKFAST, this office. "
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms in fine, nPW
-FOR" KENT-Two front rooms: furnished
complete for housekeeping; heat, xas.
bath: 12 per month. 017 C st. sw.ncar
FOR RENT -318 3d st. 11 w., front moms,
with board, $15 and $18 a month.
"WANTED -Furnished room, on Cajnt j '.
iiv twn irptiLiAinnii: state terms. 1.-
ENT 2 large, com. rooms: bath on
floor: will rent clisap. Call at 3 K t
FOR RENT -Comfortable furnished rcomm
a private family, with or without hoard.
4.75 Ist. nw. scG-.lt
FOR RENT-S30 12th st. nw.; desirable
front rooms; furnished: corner house;
oppo&tle park; reasonable; hall room.
WANTED Roomers, With or without
board, by lady who anticipates tnking
a house Sept. 15; central location; good
house. Mrs. T. T., this office. seQ-3t
FOR RENT Nicelvf urnished rooms; ?4and
S5 per mo.; will rent by week. Apply
G12 O st. nw. sc0-3t
FOE RENT-1014 1 Oth si. nw. Nicely fur
rooms; ?G to $10 ner month. seG-ot
FOR RENT -Large, nicely fur. front par
lor bedroom: a. 111, i.; Quiet, woll-kopt
home; no children. 803 9th st. nw.
FOR RENT Nicely fur. room. 2d floor:
opens on a veranda: $1.50 a week; loard
if desired. 12 Oth st. ue., near E. Capitol
sU cars and Capitol. se5-7t
FOR RENT Very desiralile. nicely lur-
nlhhed rooms, en suite or single: modern
impioventt-nts: central location; southern
exposure. A71 H st. nw. seG-3t
FOR RENT Two large, communicating
looms; furnished for light housekeeping;
second tlooi. with use of parlor; pijte,l-
310 I st. nw. seu-3t
FOR RENT-Fur. front room;
month. 221 D st. nw.
FOR RENT -Will rent my entire parlor
floor, nicely furnished, lor $35; excel
lent location; halls fully furnished; board
if desired, other rooms encup. 511 oth
st. nw. 8c4-3t-cm
FOR RENT -One lare fur.
room. 748 3d st. nw.
FOR RENT -Two fur. or untur. rooms
and bath on 2d floor, with private family.
72 M st. nw. Rent reduced. se-t-.tc-ein
FOR RENT-Rooms; $8 to $10 a month.
907 1 st. nw. ge-i-3t,em
FOR RENT 1 nicely furnished room and
3 unfurnished rooms; southern exposure.
410 B st. ne. sel-3t-em
FOR RENT Cheap, comfortably furnished
room, 2d floor; toutneru exposure. 455
P st. nw. fi"4-3t-em
FOR RENT -Second-story front room, fur.,
heat and gas; bath on same floor; pri
vate familv; rent reasonable. 208 G St..
FOR RENT-Nicely fur. front bay-window
room, to one or two gentlemen. 219 3d
st. se. MJl-3t,em
FOR RENT 3d story front room; furnished;
convenient to B. O. depot. Fish Com
mission and Museum. 028 B st. sw.
FOR RENT -929 N. Y. ave. nw., nicely
fur. rooms. 7
FOR-RENT -Basement floor; 2 rooms front;
heated bv steam; price, $10. Apply 208
F st- nw. se4- tj,
FOR JIENT Furnished or unfurnished
rooms, on 2d and 3d floors; rent reason
able 207 G st. nw. se4-7t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with Loard,
gas, heat, bath; all conveniences; rea-
jomibletermsp0J' hth st. ae. te-i-ot
FOR RENT Two furnished or unfurnished
rooms, on 2d floor; bath on same floor;
convenient to departments and Avenue
cars. 532 20th st. nw. se3-7t,em
FOR RENT-Four beautiful fur. rooms,
suitablefor gentleman and wire or single
gentleman; allmod.imps. 1110 5th st.nw.
FOR RENT- 918 N. Y. ave, desirable fur.
rooms; 1st and 2d floors; with private
FOR RENT Nicely furnished back par
lor and ballroom, with use or Trontparlor
aud piano; lieai. gas and bath, $10 pec
month. 1720 8th st. nw. se2-tf.
FOR RENT-To gentleman; front room,
2d rioor, with toilet-room adjoining,
private family. 1003 23d bt. nw.
FOR RENT 809 12th st., 3 communicating
rooms on 3d floor; also rooms on 2d;
central location; call after 4p. m. sel-Ct-em
FOR RENT 1006 M fct. nw.; iu first
class house: rooms; furnished or unfur
nished; adult family; modem house; central
FOR KENT Fur. or unfur. rooms; terms
reasonable. Address DR. MASON, 711
12th st. uw. - au2b-2w,em
FOR KK.VT-l'NTu'RMSHED HOOMa
FOlTRENT Second floor all comnlete:
suitable for light housekeeping. 1033
I st. nw. be7-3t
FOR KENT-Unfur.; 4 com. 2d-floor rooms:
large closets; heat, gas, hot aud cold
water; suitable for light housekeeping; pri
vate family; no children. No. 3 F st. nw.
FOR RENT Two large rooms: porch: new
house; housekeeping; near Government
Printing Office. 1104 N. Capitol St.
WANTED Party to take first and third
floors of 303 M st. nw., consisting of 4
rooms on each floor, with every con
venience; reasonable rent to desirable
party with good references; call between
5 and 7 o'clock Monday or Tuesday.
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms; tjecond
lloor. heat and gas. 123 F st. ne.
FOR RENT Two or three unfur, rooms,
2d floor. 1114 list. nw. se5-3t
FOR KENT Three unfurnished, 2d-story
rooms; light housekeeping permitted;
$17, including heat and gas. 129 3d st.
FOR RENT-3 or 4 unfur. rooms: second
floor; light housekeeping. 100 Mass.
ave. ne. se5-3t
FOR RENT -1235 12th st. nw., 2 par
lors, unfur. or partly fur.; light house
keeping; or 2 rooms 2d floor. se4-3t-em
FOR RENT-2 communicating, unfur
nished or partly Iuruished rooms. 1410
Oth st. nw. s6tem
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms, on 2d
floor; bath next; facing south; heat and
gas, $13. 2409 M st. nw, se4-3t-em
EOOMS AND BOARD.
FOR RENT House 718 12th st. nw.;
newly painted and papered: rooms nice
ly f uniistied; first-class table board; home
eookmg:-central location: table hoard $16
per month; terms reasonable- se 5-3 C
PLEASANT rooms: first-class board; $17
a month; 2 sauares from Congressional
Library. No. 16 4th st. ne. 8e4-7t
WANTED One large or two small rooms:
cheap; state rent. Address C. M.., this
WANTED Four unfurnished rooms; heat,
gas and bath, in the nw., or on Capitol
Hill; not over $12. Address E. L., this
WANTED Would like to get a few children
to board; healthy location. Address
PRIVATE FAMILY, this olficc se7-3 1
TRY our table: first-class home cooking;
$10 per mouth. 718 12th st. nw.
WANTED 2 or 3 lady boarders; no ques
tions asked. Address Mrs. E BARRET,
General Delivery. se5-3t
WANTED -Boarders at the E. A. Best
House, near Round Hill; good, airy rooms;
plenty of shade, fruit, milk and pure
water; piano; dancing pavilion; meet board
ers nt depot free of charge. Mrs. A. G.
FOR SALE FARM.
FOR SALE Farm; 20 miles from Wash
ington; on Alexandria and Fredericks
burg Railroad. Address J. SPIUNGMAN,
Sprlugman. Va. se5-2w
WANTED To trade horse, buggy and
harness for '97 Sterling bicycle; call be-
forc 5 p. m. 529 lithst.se. sc7-3t
WANTED-To trade a Dayton wagon for
a bicycle. Address BICYCLE, this office.
TO EXCHANGE New set AmericaCy
nlopaedia, full leather, 17 volumes; cost
PAEDIA, Moore'e, 509 F st.nw. be4-3t-eiu
Lor. 12 th
I i Ijuetiyi ana tsts.
Ila, been called out of city account illnesa
of family. Patients will be notified piomplly
on his return.
uu2s,23,2fi,27,30,SBl .3.5.7 ,'.,12
ITS an opportunity of a lifetime. Ve
have now on hand anymiiubjr of elcsant
custom-made suits (very little worn), at
a fiKuro that'll not deplete your pn.s.
Better get one now. JUSTH'S OLD
STAND. Gift I) st. nw. t-e7-7t
MjME. xeceo , .
Medium and card reuuer; Wnslnngton'fl
most famous clairvoyant and palmist; con-
Milt hi.r fin InitiitiPhM. lnvf nurl ffiiTillv itf-
faiifc: retinites the sejiarated; reiiiovo-s spells:
causes speedy marriages, and gives good
luck; open daily; German spoken; J"e and
50C; 02 I St. nw. dc7 14t
A GENTLEMAN, between 30 and 40,
would like to torresjMind with s-nme
kindly und entertaining lady of the same
age, widow preferred Address BACH
ELOR, this office. It
NO CHARGE for consultation. II. D. GOR
DON. La wyer. 1 321 Est, nw. se6-3t
MISS KCnWAHN, mnglietic treatment. 10
a. m. to 10 p. m. 310 1-2 Mik ave. For
ladles ami gentlemen. seG-3t
THE "3 DAYS" CURE "(for men) leads
all remedies in this city: a prompt and
Peimoiicnt cure or no dliarge". consultation
free. DR. McKEEltAN, 71G 12th st. nw.
MR7 BRACKEN, of Providence, R. I., test
and business medium; sittings at 58 II
st. nw. teinis moderate: hours from 10
to 8 p. in. dally; developing circle, Thurs
day evening, 8 p. 111. se4-7t
OFFICES, 90S N. Y. AVE.
Complete Electrical and Surgical Outfit
with EXPERIENCED PHYSICIANS in
charge. References in every Government
Department iu the city.
BRIGHT'S DISEASE and DIABETES a
specialty. No charge ror consultation.
Hours, 10:30 to 4 p. m. nu30-7t-cm
MADAME RETT A, clairvoyant, medium
Tin rl i 11 rnofJnr vFlr anrl Flfl . "V, t1 f
E et. nw.
ONE word inside or a man is worth thou
sands outside or him. SELBY is selling
a $1.25 man's shoe for 98c; woman's,
misses and children's Oxford ties and slip
pers, sold for $1, $1.25 and $1.50; your
pick 50c, to close out. Everything In pro
portion. 1903 Pa. ave. nw. sel-6t,em
I 512 om St. N.W.
Treats and cures all private diseases,
Emissions, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Strict
ure, Impotency, Blood Poison aud Lost
Manhood. Consultation free.
Hours 9 to 5, except Sunday.
In obstetrics; gold ancdal awarded for the
tcience of obstetrics from )he University
of Munich, Bavaria; treats successfully
woman's complaints and irregularities; pri
vate sanitarium for ladies before and dur
ing confinement. Office hours from 10 a.
in. to 5 p. in.. No. ti 7th st. ne.
Nothing but facts given
Clairvoyant and Palmist
Her predictions, information, and advice on
business, marriage, divorces, separations,
petitions, iJceds, wills, lawsuits, lra els,
'ost or stolen property, etc, are accurate
aud truthful. Names given. No matter
what trouble you may have, call on this
gifted woman: shs can help you out of all
difficulties. Absolute satisfaction guar
anteed. German and Eugllsn spoken. Resi
dence, 13U3 u st nw. aul3-lmo
THE "3 DAYS" CURE (for men) leads
all remedies In this city; a prompt and
permanent cure or no charge; conbultat'on
flee. DR. A1cKEEEAN,71G 12chst. nw.
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
UUU " street iSorUiwest.
Uold fillings and bridge work n spe
cialty, at the lowest price; amalgam nil
lugs, 50c; roll sets of teeth on plates, $5;
extracting, either by gas or local spray,
absolutely painless, 50c; without, 25c; all
work doue by experts, and guaranteed the
hest; open on Sundays rrom 10 to 3
EXPERT SPECIALIST in the
cure of all private diseasoa. Hydrocele
Varicocele, Stricture, Imnotnncy, and
Byptilhtlo Diseases positively cured. Ad
vice miu Consultation Free. Both Sexea.
nours, 9 to 12. 2 to 5; Tucs., Thurs , and
Sat. evenings, 7 to 8. No. 602 F st. nw.
tCtosed Sunday.) ,jel5-tf
LOST On Sept. 6, a fox terrier gyp;
white, with tan spots on back; black
and white head. Li tie ml reward if re-
turned to 1903 9th st.uw. It
LOST-Liberal reward for the return of
one black horse; white front feet. PAY
TEN WASHINGTON, Owner. Alberma St.,
Brightwood Park. ' It
LOST -Liberal reward for the return of
one black horser White frout feet.
PAYTON WASHINGTON, Owner. Alber-
ma st.. Brightwood Park. lt
LOST A small black dog, on Friday, Sep.
3; tag No. 6537. If round please re
turn to 331 13th st. sw., and receive
LOST Fox terrier dog; tan and whitehead;
answers to name or "Jack".' tag No.
7084; reward. Return to 4G H st. nw.
STRAYED OR STOLEN-On the 21st of
August, a bay horse; scar on the breast;
right hind Toot while, from 17th and B sts.
$10 KEWARD Stolen from 7th st. and
Fla. ave. nw.. 5 p.m. Saturday, 4th
Inst., bay mare: 6 years, 16 hands, white
star on forehead, white stripe down face,
right hind Toot white; attached to black
top and bprlng buggy, black gear with
fine red stripes: harness, with initial S
on bridle, with fly net. $10 reward for
return and information leading to ar
rest of thieves. H. F. SCHEGEL, 403 Sth
st. nw. seG.era
FOR SALE COTTAGES.
FOR SALE-Three fine cottages on the
Heights, one Well situated in Holmead's
Sub. of Mt. Pleasant, with lot 50 ft. front.
The house is nicely built, has four rooms
on a floor, aud the property, as a wbole,
Is now w'orth much more than the price
asked, and will continue to increase in
The other cottages arc situated in the
southern section or the subdivision of
Pel worth; one is a corner and the front
age of thelotis 54 feet by 130 deep; the
other lot is 40 feet by 90 to a 15-foot
alley; both can secure adjoining ground.
The bouses have towers, bay windows,
large port-lies and rooms, tiled bath, pan
try, large cellar (furnace heat) and attics,
and are nicely linished and beautifully
papered. They are $6,500 and $5,200,
respectively. Can be paid for in monthly
notes. Are all wc represent them to be.
Call for keys to inspect at office of WM.
II. SAUNDERS & CO.,1407 F St. nw. It
FOR SALE Cozy G-ini. brick; northeast:
for Sl500; excellent repair; only $100
cash and $15 a month", all told. Address
EXCELLENCE, this office. Box GG0.
F0RS ALE-Sl.200 for 157N st.se., neatG
room brick; $300 cash, bal. $1U per month:
own your own house: perfect title. JOHN
F. DONOHOE, 308 East Capitol St.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE Or exchange for horse, buggy
or wheel, electric cabinet: anew Macin
tosh 27 cell Salamoni battery; also one open
table or wall battery, 18 cell. Address
PHYSICIAN, this ofliee. au31-7t,em
FORSALE OR EXCHANGE A farmof 41
acres, with all improvements In first
class condition; and stock, consisting of 4
horses, 5 cows. 20 head of hogs, 300 chick
ens aud 200 ducks; and all farming uten
sils; would exchange for District property.
Address J. G. M., this office.
FOR S.VLE BICYCLES.
NEW '97 high-grade Fowlers, $33; Wiu
fields, $27.5o; Emcrsons. $23; fully
guaranteed. MYERS, 1711 N. Cap. st.
FOR SALE-The greatest bicycle bargains
ever known; unredeemed Worlds, Ram
blers, Elgips. Deions, and other high-grade
wheels, for ladies-awl gents, at 1-3 lalue:
bicyclesbougJi: r-.i, ji u.tdt'NCliatiged-iid
taken on storage; sundries at tsm.card of
prices. NEW YORK CLL CO., KM flth
Bt. nw. sc3-7S
FOR PALK AND RENT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN,
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN, 917 FST.NW.
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
16th st., bet. P and Q nw $
1 fit. and R. I. nve., near Iowa Circle.. -R
St., bet. 10th and 20tlwnw. ....... 3 50
N. J. ave. and Dthet.nw 2 50
O st., bet. 21st and 22d nw 2 00
$..&' bct- L'lst nd 22d nw 1 25
WHiard st., bet, 17th and 18th, T and
U '. 175
24th st bet. L and M nw 1 50
buinncr alloy, bet. 16th and 17th, L
and M nw.
10th st., bet. E and F nw.
Va. ave., bet. 27th-and 28th nw
D st.. bet. 18th and 19th nw
Linthicum place, bet. 31st aud 32dst.
L st., bet. 13th and 14th se
; 18th and A Bis. se
Frame cottage, 10th and Providence
StS. Blfiokmnrt .... S5.000
Frame coltuge, Piney .Branch road.. G.500
2 frame cottages, Harewood road
j oncK nouses, Pleasant l'lains
Lots at Agtrey Heights, Md. .
Lots at Beiwiu Heights, Md. .
Lots at Charlton Heignw, Md. .
Lots at Ardwick, Md
Lots at Tennallytown
Lots at Tunlnw road
Lots at Rosslyn.Va
Lots at Trinidad
Lots at Takoma Park
Lots at BliKO, Jid
HOUSES FOR RENT.
2220Pa. ave. nw.,12 rooms SG5 00
bio in.c. ave. se.(partly fur.), 8 rms. 35 00
1440 S st. nw.,7 rooms
Upper part 1603 7th st. nw.,7 rms
1519 P st. nw., 4 rooms
1831 Vt. ave. nw.,8 rooms
47 Defrees st. nw.,6 rooms
37 and 41 .Myrtle st.ne.,7 rooms...
59,01, G3 and 65 L st. nw.,6 rms.
1123 20tb st. nw.,6 rooms
1009 U St. nw.. G rooms
606 and 624 L at. uc., 6 rooms....
! 1249 I st. je., G rooms
411 8th at. sw.,6 rooms
i 290-1 7th st. nw.,6 rodms
G03 Florence st. ne.,6 rooms
1 921 12th st. se., 6 rooms
t Till T. at- .. T -,......
1111 10th st. se.,6 rooms 9 30
The abovo is only a portion of the prop-
nrtv nn m t, lvAl.ti lfri Villi Hat- .. II nt:
-f Ob. OL.. . 1UUU1Q
orrice for bulletin issued on the 1st and
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN,
917 F street northwest.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT House, 1010 6th uw., 8 rooms,
large yard, aliinodernimprovements:rent.
FOR RENT-1523 Caroline st.. bet. T
and U, and 15th and 16th sts.. 6 rooms,
bath, cellar and furnace; in good order.
FOR KENT 9 rooms, fur. or partlyrlovely
rooms; party would rent one room from
tenant. Address BARGAIN, this office.
FOR RENT -432 Q st. nw., house open: 6
rooms: hall, range, bath, gas, new paper
ing; back building; parking; large back
yard; arranged for two families: improve
inents rinished; $20. se5-3t
FOR RENTOnly $25: 9 rooms and hath;
408 N. J. ave. se.; large yard to alley.
W. P. METCALF. 1331 F st. nw. se5-3t
FOR RENT In good neighborhood 5 room
and cellar brick; newly papered and
painted; gas and water; rent, $13. Apply
208 F st. uw. se5-6t
FOR RENT -Cheap, new brick stable for
two horses and vehicle. 1126 6th st.nw.
FOR RENT FARMS.
TO RENT For terra of years, near Hern
don, Va., 11-rooin house; healthfully lo
cated; 29 acres laud; ten iu fruit: balance
under cultivation, and cleared up woods;
never-failing spring, large well, pump in
kitchen; good chicken bouse and yard;
wood shed; new barn, excellent garden; in
perfect order; trains stop front of house.
Apply to E. S. MUSSEY, attorney. 470
La. ave. nw. au28-14t
FOR RENT STOKE & DWELLING.
FOR RENT-132S N. J. ave. nw.. dwell
ing house and store combined; $10.30;
corner house. se5-3t
FOR RENT Store and 7-room houEe;
water and gas, for $25. 400 IC st. ne.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
TYPEWRITERS rented at reduced rates;
with privilege of purcnase; standard
makes", preliminary instruction free. NEW
MAN'S TYPEWRITER AGENCY, 611 7th
st. nw. au28-3m,em
WANTED -To rent, lease or buy, small
property in Washington or suburbs; must
be cheap; good location; with long time
and easy payments; must have before Sept.
15. HERBERT C. SMITH, care Bureau
of American Republics seG-3t
WANTED-A small dwelling, with privi
lege of using front room for small store:
rent not to exceed $14. Address W.S .this
WANTED TO RENT HOUSES.
From 50 to 100 CALLS DAILY.
$10 to S30 per month.
CAN RENT WllUOliT DELAY.
R. S. DONALDSON,
Be-4-6t 520 10th st. ne.
FOR SALL MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE One fine upright piano; used
only 6 mouths; price very low; bargains
in squares; sheet music, 1-2 off; piano
tuniug. SHOEMAKER'S. 1107 G st.
FOR SALE -A pawn ticket for a pair
of diamond earrings in pawn for $40;
cheap if sold at once. Address L. Q.,thls
FOR SALE Double-barrel, breech-loading,
Farkcr, 12-bore gun, nearly new; cheap
for cash. 200 5th st. se6-3t
FOR SALE-The contents of 16-room flat.
Hair mattress, $5; cherry upright fold
ing bed, $6; mantel folding bed, $3; 2
bedroom suites, $5; 1 oak bedroom suite,
$.9.50; 1 $12Jarge wardrobe, $0; handsome
sideboard, $15, cost $40; splendid parlor
suite, $35, cost $80; odd chairs, beds, tables,
cooking utensils, dishes, bird cages, couches,
corfee mill, clocks, rugs, pretty shaped
center tables, bowler springs, water Hl
terer, whatnot, large mirror, counter and
showcase, letter rile, wheelbarrow, ico
chest, bedding, curtains;, to be sold at
once at any price. 1721 Pa. ave. nw.
FOR SALE Cheap, a set or stock and
dies, vise, cutters, rorce pump, and
rurnace; have only been slightly used; call
between 5 aud 7. 227 G st. nw. se5-3t
FOR SALE Brand new $75 wheel for
$25; need money worse than wbeel.
Address CABLE, this orfice se5-3t
FOR SALE-Cheap, first-class English set
ter puppies. 940 E st. sw. se-t-3t-em
712 12th st. nw. se4-3t-cm
FOR SALE-S2.93 for a 6-ft. oak exten
sion table; lounges, $2.50; gasoline
stoves, SOcweelrc parlorand bedroom suites,
$1 per weelc. REDMOND'S CHEAP CASH
AND CREDIT HOUSE, 313 7th st. nw.
FOR SALE-Best Elgin butter, 2Cc, or
5 pounds for $1.10; quality the best.
K. B. YOUNGS, 7G and 77 o st. market,
69 Riggs Market; postal orders promptly
THEREare two things needed in thcsedays:
First, for rich men to find out how poor
menlive; and, second, for poor men to know
bow rich men work. $10 all worsted suit
now $6.75; $12 blue Midulesex rianuelsuit,
all wool, stylish cut, for $7.25: broken suits
in $8.50 and $10 suits, $3. At SF.LBY'S,
1903 Pa. ave. nw. sel-6t,eni
FINE shot guns to close out at ha'f price;
also guns to hire JULIUS COHEN,
1104 7th st. nw. sel-7t
SEWINU MACHINES A few moie left;
to be closed out at hairpnce; high grade
makes only. NEWMAN'S, Gil 7th si.nw.
FOlt SALE Fresh cows; always on hand;
woum aiso exciiaugu lor urycowa. jrsu.
DENEKAS, 3510 Brightwood ave,
birds and animals mounted by expert tax
idermist. SCHMID'S BIRD STORE, 712
12th stnj- au21-tf
FOR MU-TWO FIRST-CLASS WHIT
Oer boilers, loo norsepower each, in ex
ccuent condition, with a 100 horse
power Atlas engine; for sale cheap
it removed soon. Apply to BTILSON
HUTCHINS. Hutihins Building, whereboli-
trs and engine can be seen Jy-JC
FOR SALE Young Cuban and Mexican par
rots, monkeys, gold fishes, dogs, pigeons,
canaries, incubdtors, spratts and Austin's
dog bieadrsendtor catalogue. SCHMID'S
BIRD STORE, 712 12th St. aw. au-Cf
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA ANDj
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13 1-2 St. & Pft. Ave.
In Effect Hay 9,1597.
For Alexandria (week days), G.30, 7.05,
7.35, ex.; 8.00, 8.30, ex.; 9.00. 9:50,
10.05 ex.; ll.00rll.15 a. in.; 12.05. ex.;
12.20, 1.15. 1.45, 2.05. ex.: 2.40. 3.00.
ex.; 3.30, 4.00. ex.; 4.15, ex.; 4.45. 5.05,
O.20, ex.; 5.40. 6.05, ex.; G.25. 7.00, 8.00.
9.00, 10.00, 11.20, 11.59 p. in.
Fnr A l.-vrtnlrln (Rimilnv nnltr ftflfl.
0.00, 10.00. 10.30, 11.00. 11.30 a. m.;
it noon; 12.30, 1.00. 1.30, 2.00. 2.3U,
3.00, 3.30. 4.00, 4.30. 5.00, 5.30. 6.00,
6.30,7.00, 8.00,9.00.10.00, 11.20 p.m.
ForMount Vernon.Dvkeand WavStatlons
(week days), 0.30. 10.05. 11.00 a. in.
12.05, 1.15, 2.05. 3.00. 4.00. 4.15 p. m.
For Dyke and Riverside, 7.00. 8.00 11. m.
I-or Mount Vernon and Way Stations,
(bimday only), 9.00, 11.00 a. m.. 2.00,
4.00 p. m.
For Arlington and Amieduct Brldgo
(weekdays), s.00. 8.30. 9.00. 10.05.11.00.
11.45 a. m 12.05, 12.20. 1.15. 2.05. 2. JO.
3.00, 3.30, 4.00. 4.15. 5.20. 6.05. G.25:
7.00, 8.00 p. m.
For Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge
(Sunday only), 8.00, 9.00, 10.00, 10.30,
11.00. 11.30, a. in.. 12.00 noon. 12r30,
1-00, 14)0, 2.00, 2.30, 3.00, 3:30, 4:00.
4.30, 5.00, 5.30, G.00, 6.30, 7:00, 8:00
Baggage checked free for passengers
holding rirst-class tickets at Station. Bi
cycles, 25 cents each.
RATCLIFFE, SUTTON & CO., AUCTS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF FOUR VALUABLE
TIIREE-STORY AND BASEMENT
BUFF BRICK RESIDENCES. CON
TAINING NINE ROOMS AND BATU.
ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
BEING NOS. 1321. 1325. 1327 AND
1329 KENESAW -AVENUE N.W.
Under aud by virtue of a certain deed
of trust, dated June 22, 1896, and duly
recorded July 7, 1896, in Liber 2130 at
folio 459, one of the land records of the
District of Columbia, default having oc
curred in the performance of the terma
and conditions of the bond mentioned and
rererred to in the said deed of trust, and
at the written request of the secretarv
01 me ooay corporate, the obligee In and
the holder and owner of the said bund,
the undersigned trustees will sell at public
auction, in front of the premises, on
FRIDAY, THE SEVENTEENTH DAY OF
SEPTEMBER. A. D. 1897. AT HALF
PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P. M.. all those
pieces or parcels of land and premises
situate in the county of Washington.
District of Columbia, and known as and
being so much of lots four (4) and fite
(o), in block thlrty-Eix (36), In John
Sherman's (trustee) subdivision or part of
Mount Pleasant and Pleasant Plains, now
called Columbia Heights, as per plat
recorded in Liber Gov. Shepherd at folio
13 , one of the records of thf snrvpxnr's
office of the District of Columbia, as Is
99,9.uJ'ied l)y houses numbered 1321, 1325,
1 32 1 and 1329 Xenesaw avenue northwest.
Term6 or. sale, all cash. Each house
and the parcel or ground occupied thereby
will be rirst offered separately and a de
posit of S200 will bo required at the
time or sale on each house and parcel of
land sold. If not sold the property will
be offered in block, and a deposit of
5400 will be required at the time of
sale. Terms of sale to be complied with
within ten days Irom the day of sale,
otherwise the lot or lots will be resold
at the risk and cost of the defaulting pur
chaser or purchasers. All recording, con
veyancing, etc. at purchaser's cost.
STEPHEN VAN WYCK.
Washington Loan and Trust Building.
FREDERICK L. SID DONS.
Washington Loan and Trust Building,
WANTED -To buy a milk route, of about
10 gallons, in nw.. or se- or ne., cash.
Address E. W. SMITH , 1521 Oth st. nw
FOR SALE Corner grocery: stock and fix
tures; cheap; rent only $10. 421 E st.
I: OR SALE-Cheap; cigar store doing good
business; good reason ror selling. 507 D
st.- nw se7-3t
FOR SALE Barber shop doing goodbusl
ness; established three years; centrally
located; will sell for $350; $200 cash,
balance in notes. Address R. S. C, this
FOR SALE A comer grocery doing a
good business: reason tor selling, otDer
business. Address J. H. M., this oKice.
FOR SALE The long-established restau
rant and confectionery, with lease, on
Quarry road, ac the mam entrance of the
zoo Park; best of reahon for selling. Ap
ply to EWALD PIER, 113 B st.se.
FOR SALE Ararechance;a confectionery,
cigar and grocery store; in front of Ab
bott School; no opposition; good reason
for selling. 600 N. Y. ave. nw. e6-36
10R SALE-Cheap. for cash, grocery,
meat and provision store; stock, fixtures
and delivery wagon. Corner of 14tb and
F sts. ne. Only those meaning business
need apply. Address OWNER, 1401 F st.
FOR SALE Saloon. $350: 7th St.; 0 rooms;
rent $25. BUSINESS EXCHANGE.
1321 F st. se5-3t
FOR SALE Grocery stores; we have them
for $60, $150, S350: some of the best
location In city; cheap rent. COMMER
CIAL, 510 F nw. se5-3t
FOR SALE Lunchrooms and grocery
stores. This i s the time or year to buy
and C WMfcRCIAL Is the pUio5iO F nw.
FOR SALE Boarding house, filled with
roomers; 15 rooms completely furnished.
piano, folding beds, fine carpets; location
best part nw. COMMERCIAL, 310 F nw.
FOR SALE Confectionery store, candy
and ice cream tools; also milk shake
machine. 317 Pa. ave. nw. se5-3t
FOR SALE A corner grocery doing a
good business; reason for selling, other
business. Address J. H. M.,this office,
FOR SALE Grocery and dry goods store:
$150: corner nw.; rent S10; 4 rooms.
BUS. EXCIL. 1321 F. Ee"3t
FOR SALE Grocery, ne. corner 3d and F
nw.; 6 rooms: $800; make offer. BUS.
EXCH., 1321 F. se5-3t
FOR SALE-Milk route; 25 gallons; 2
horses; fine milk wagon. Address Y,
this office. se4-3t-ein
1 AM in a position to give valuable inror
mationin the movementof several stocks:
trial order filled. Address B.t this orrice.
FOR SALE A party going to the gold
fields will sell a lirst-class grocery or
will take partner who can take charge
and run the business: inusus.II by the l Oth.
call cor. Gth and E nw. se4-3t-em
FOR SALE-$400 will buy a first-class
grocery and provision store; good loca
tion; in northwest. Address R., this of
FOE RENT-334 Del. ave., cor. of D st.
sw., 7 rooms; storeroom, cellar, stable;
a. m. i.; a good business stand. JOHN F.
DONOHOE, 308 East Capitol st. sel-6t
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-Lot20ft. fronton Mass.aveTI
bet. 1st and 2d sts. ne.; cheap. Apply to
1210 E. Capitol st. e4-3t,ei
SALE OF LOTS ON LABOR DAY.
SPECIAL SALE AT BALLST0N,
The beautiful village on the electric rail
road, about 2 miles w'est of Washington,
of building lots and villa site on Mon
day, September G. Trice or lots, $100;
terms, $5 down, balance $1 per week;
or $90 cash. Call for map, description
and particulars. Fare 5 cents on a week
ly cofnnvutatio."' ticket. Now is the time
to buy a convenient home. Farms also for
sale. , JAMES E. CLEMENTS,
se3-3fc 1321 F st. nw.
FO ! i S ALE- DORSES & C A RRI AGE -.
FOR SALE Three cut-under surreys, 3
business buggies, 4 side bar buggies. 3
delivery wagous, 3 phaetons, 25 fine sets
of second-hand harness. 2 poles. 1 setdouMe
wagon harness, $15. 213 llth st.nw.
FOR SALE Two cut-nnder surreys, two
buggies, two phaetons, one panel wagon,
one light delivery wagon; ail kinds of
hnrnefti bought, sold and exchanged. 211
llth st. pw. -Se7-GC
FOR SALE Dayton wagon; $15 342
I st. sw. lt-em
FOR SALE-Cheap, first-class trap nnd
bilverrinounted harness; also ruiialiout
buggy. Address BUGGY, this office.
FOR SALE Family horse; lady oi gent
can drive; can be seen at 1430 Florida
gve. nw. se4-3t-em
"FOR SALE -Fine Shetland pony. 510
Gth st. sw. e4-3t-?n
POR SALE 2 wagons, 2 buggies, 2 sa
rles ,1 trap, a stcigns; also - cueapnorsea:
these goods are left to be o!d: nothing In
reason refused. 927 D et. next Merchants'
i-i i j.nn .
Parcel Delivery Co
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
o0 A. M. week days -PITTSBURG EX-PRESS-Parlor
and Dining Cars, Harris
burg to Pittsburg.
10.50 A. M. PENNS YLVANIA LIMITED
Pullman Sleeping. Dining. Smoking and
Observation Cars, Harris burg to Chicago,
Cincinnati, Indianapolte, St- Louis, Cleve
land and Toledo. Buffet Parlor Car to
10.50 A. M. FAST LLVE-Pullman Bufret
Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Buffet Parlor
u Vr.Har.rl3DurS to Pittsburg".
3.40 P. Al. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
Express - Sleeping Car Washington
to bt. Louis, and Sleeptng and Dinlns
,Cars Harrisburg to St. Louis. Nosh villa
-iy'aT,u-clunatl) and Chicago.
7.10 P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS-Pull-man
fck-cping Car to Pittsburg, Chicago,
and Harrisburg to Cleveland. Dining
Car to Chicago. "
1" A" M-SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS
i.H.ll,a'1 Sleeping Cars Washington to
I Ittbburg and Harrisburg to St. Louis
i ,??$ "-lacinnati. Dining Car.
10-f" ; M. PACIFIC EXPRESS-Pull-
- -,an. b,leePlaS Oar to Flttsbar.
-ob A.M. ror Kane, Canaudaig.ia, Roches
ter and Niagara Falls dally, excepa
10.50 a. m. for Eimlra and Renovo daily,
except Sunday. For Williamsport daily,
3.4U p. ni.
' UJ!- v'-for Williamsport, Rochester .Erie,
Luf falo and Niagara Falls dally, excep
Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washington
10.40 p. m. for Erie and Eimlra dally;
for Canandaigua. Rochester.Bufralo aud
Niagara Falls. Saturday night only.
Pullman Sleeping Car Washington to
Eor Philadelphia, New York ana
4:,9,.p m- "CONGREbSIONAL LIM
ITbu," dally, all Parlor Cars, with Din
ing Car rrom Baltimore Regular at 7:00
J Dining Car), 8:00. 9.00, 10:00 tDlnlns
Car), and ll;00 ( Dining Car from 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 (Drains
Car rrom Wilmington) a. in.. 12:15,3:15,
-VO f:-nn 1 ri.nr. 11.0 .
Philadelphia only, Fast Express, 7:50 a.
m., week -days. Express. 12-.15p.m.weeJc
days, 2:01 and 540 p. m. daily. Foe
Boston, without change, 7:50 a. ra. weelc
days and 4:20 p. m. dally.
For Baltimore, 6.25, 7.00, 7.50, 8.C0
9.00.10.00, 10.50, andll 00 a.ra.,12.15,
12.45 , 12.50, 2.01 , 3.15, 3.40 ( 4.00 Urn
ited, 4.20. 4.36, 5.40, 6.15, 6.50, 7J.0,
10.00, 10.40, 11.15, and ll.3o p.m.'
On Sunday, 7.00, 8.00,9.00, 9.05, 10.50,
11.00 a.m., 12.15,1.15,2.01, 3.15, 3.0
(4.00 Limited!, 4.20, 5.40. 6.15, 6.50i
7.10, 10.00, 10.40, and 11.35 p.m.
For Pope's Creek Line, 7.50 a.m. and4.3S
p.m. daily, except Sunday. Sundays,
For Annapolis, 7.00, 9.00 a. m.. 12.13
and 4.20 p. m. daily, except Sunday.
. Sundays, 9.00 a. m. and 4.20 p.m.
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Florida
and points on Atlantic Coast Line, 4.30t
a. m., 3.46 p. m. dally; Richmond only,
10.57 a. m. week-days; Atlanta Special,
via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line,
4.40 p. m. daily. Accommodation Tor
Quantico, 7.45 a. m. dally, and 4.25 p,
For Atlantic City (via Delaware Elve?
Bridge, all-rail route), 11.00 a. m., 3.15
and 11.35 p. ra. daily; via Market street!
wharr, 10.00 a.m. and 12.43 p.m. week
days, 11.35 p. m. daily.
For Cape May, 10.00, 11.00 a. m. and
11-35 p. m. daily..
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and Q
ttreets, and at the station. Sixth, and B
streets, where orders can be left for tha
checking of baggage to destination from
hotels and residences.
J. B. HUTCHINSON, General Manager.
J. R. WOOD. General Passenger Agent.
Schedule in effect June 5.1S9i.
Leave Washington from station corner oi
New Jersey avenue and C st.
For Chicago and Northwest, VeatlbalecJ
Limited trains. 10.00, 11.45 aan., 8.05
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
daily 10.00 a.m. and 8.30 pan.
For Coiuuious, foieuo aud Detroit, 1130
Fo- Winchester anil way stations, aS:00,
all .45 a. m., a5:30 p. m.
For New Orleans, Memphis, Birmingham
Chattanooga, Knoxville Bristol and Koan
ofce 11:20 p. m. daily; Sleeping Cars
For Luray, 3:40 p. m. daily. i
For Baltimore, week-days, 5:00, 6:30,
x7:05, x7:l. x7:3t, xS:00, 8:30, x9:30,
x!0:00, xl2:00 a. m.. xl2:05, xl2:10,
xl2:40, X3:00, 3:20, x4:30, 4:35, x3:05,
x5:10, x5:30, x6:20, 6:30, xS:00, 8:15,
x9:20, 11:15, xll30 p in., and 12:01
night. Sundays, x7:05,x7:10,x7:30,8:3Q,
xb:00 a. m., xl2-05,xl2:40, l:00,x3:00,
3:20, 4:35, x5:05. x5;10, G:30, X&00,
x9:20, 11:15, xlimo p. m., xl2:01 night.
For Annapolis, 7:10 and 3:30 a. m.,12:10
and 4:30 p. in. Sundays, 8:30 a.m., 35
i-or Frederick, week days, S.00 a. m,
11.45, 4.30, 5.30, p. in. Sundays, 9.00 -a.
m., 1.15 p. m.
For Hagerstown, a 10.00 a. m. and
a 5.30 p. in.
For Boyd and way point3, week day3.
8.00 a- m.,4.30, 5.30, 7.05 p. m. Sundays,
9.00 a. m., 1.15, 7.03 p. m.
For Gaithersburs and way points, weeX
dav:,, .0l, 9.0& a. m., 12.50, 3.00. 4:30,
4Ji3, 5.30, 5.35, 7.05, 11.40 p. m: Sun
days. 9.00 a. Ui., 1.15, 4.33, 7.03. 10:1b
For Washington Junction andwaypointa,
8.00 a. m ... 4.30, 5.30 p. m.t week days,
9.00 a. m., 1.15 p. m. Sundays.
For Bay Ridge, week days, 9.15 a. m,
and 4.30 p m. Sundays, 9.33 a. m., 1.3(1
and 3.15 p. m.
Rovul Blue Line lor New York and
For Philadelphia, New York, Boston and
the East, week-days. 7.03, S.00, 10.00 a
m., 12.00. (12.40 Dining Cars), 3.00.
n.OR l)inln-Car). (12.01 night. SIeein
Car, open at 10.00 o'clock. Sundays,
7.03, 9.00 a. xn., (12.40 Dining Cars). 3.0tT .
(3.03 Dining Car), 12.01 night. Sleeping
Car, open at 10.00 o'clock). Additional
tram for Philadelphia, week-days, daily,
8.00 p. m.
Buffet Parlor Cars on all day trains.
For Atlantic City, 7.05. 10.00 a.m.
12.00 noon, 12.40 and 3.00 pjn., WeeX
days, 12.40 p.m., Sundays.
For Cape May, 12.00 noon. ,
aExcept Sunday. -Express trains.
Baggage called for and checked from
hotels and residences by Union Transfer
Co., on orders left at ticket offices, 619
Pennsylvania avenue northwest. New York
avenue and Fifteenth street. and at Depot.
WM. M.GREENE, D. B MARTIN.
Gen. Managers Mgr Pass. Traffio
(Schedule in efrect July 4, 1887.)
All trains arrive and leave Pennsylvania
8:12 a- m. Dally. Iocairor DanvilIe.Cnar
lotte and way stations, connects at Manas
sas Tor Strasburg, Harrisonburg, and
Staunton, daily, except Sunday, and al
Lynchburg with the Norfolk and Western,
daily, and with the Chesapeake and Ohio,
daily, tor the Natural Bridge and Lex
!nl:i5 a. in.-Daily,theUNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman buffea
sleepers. New York and Washington tox
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with
Pullman Sleeper ror Ashevtlle and Hoi
Springs, N. C; Knoxville, Chattanooga and
Nashville, Tenn., and at Charlotte with Pull
man Sleeper for Augusta. Pullman Buffet
Sleeper New Yorkto New Orleans, connect
ing at Atlanta for Birmingham and Mem
phis. Solid train, Washington to New
Orleans without cnange. Sunset personally
conducted tourist excursion through sleeper
on this tralnevery Wednesday to tianiraa
cisco, without change.
4.01 p.m. -Local ror Front Royal, Etras
hurg and Harrisonburg, with connection for
Staunton, daily, except Sunday.
4.51 p. in. -Daily, local ror Charlottes
ville. 10.43 p. m.-Daily. WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESfERN. VESTIBULED. LIM
ITED, composed or Pullman estibuled
sleepers, dining cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New lork to Nash
ville, Tenn., via Asheville, Knoxville and
Chattanooga: New York to Tampa, via
Charlotte. Columbia, Savannah and Jack
sonville; New York to Memphis, via Bir
mingham: New York to New Orleans, via
Atlanta and Montgomery. Vestibuled day
coach Washington to Atlanta. Southern
Railway dining car. Greensboro to Mont-
g0neciNS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington 9.01 a. m.
daily, 1.00 p. xn. and 4.15 p. m. daily, ex
cept Sunday, and 0.25 p. m. Sunday only
ror Round Hill: 4.32 P. m. daily, exceptSun
day ror Leosburg, and 6.25 p m. daily for
Herndon. Returning, arrive at Washlng-ton-S-26
a. m. and 8.40 p. m. daily. and
8.00 p m. dally, except Sunday, from
Round lull, anu i.uo a. m. uauy, etcepa
Sunday, from Herndon, and .EJ4 a. m.
dally, etcept Sunday, Irom Leesbmx. -
Througb trains from the South arrive ad
Washington u.42 a. m., 2.20 p. in. aud
9.25 p. m. daily. Harrisonburg, 12.40 p.
m. and 9.25 p. m. daily, except Sunday,
aud 8.30 a. in. daily from Charlottesville.
Tickets, sleepmsr car reservation and in
formation furnished at offices. 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenue, and at Penn
sylvania Railroad Passenger blation.
"V. H. GREEN, Gen Snpt.
J . i VrnV nPn Pi.T rpiit
M . A. TURK. Gen. i'liss. Aceut.
I. -r C? llrYW Han Atrf T'tiy: T V
J. I CTJLP, Trnizic -lunacer.
T S. BllOTO, Geu. Agt, Puas. Dopt