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TILE HOKJSniNe TIMES, TBT1E&DAY SEPTEMBER 9. 1897
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN.
LOANSTroni $5 to S50 to reliable partiem
also money advanced on bicvcles. Rociu
8, Central Bldg., cor. Oth and Fa. ave. uw.
WANTED -$5,250 for 5 Tears: 5 per cent;
security Urst-class; real estate iiff.; no
commission. AddrebS SECURITY, this of
LOANS rrom 55 to 50 to reliable parties;
alto money advanced on bicycles. Room
8, Central Bldg., cor. Slh and Pa. ave. nv.
-A NEW PLAN.
$10 TO 51, 000 TO LOAN
CNHOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS.
HORSES. CARRIAGES, ETC.,
Without removal rrom posseMiifra ofow".r.
You can Uave tUc money the day you
apply lui it Payments on tue principal.
Of any amount, will be received at an y time,
which win lessen cost or loan.
MOST DESIRABLE 1ERMS
, No cost to you If loan is not made.
Please call fr further Information.
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO..
S7 OLtON'loan ofrice. 1218 Pa. aye.
nw, money loanedon watches, aiati.ouds,
jewelry, silverware, etc. aplO-Cm
LOANS MA UK OK APPROVED COLLAT
eral. Rich as lire policies, siockfc-, bonds,
buildups association shares, syndicate cer
tificates, etc No delay. YERKES &
BAER, 1110 F st. Takoe.lcvator. tf
loans jiadk on furniture,"
Loans made on Furniture, Pianos, ITorsce,
Wagons, etc., at lowest rates and quickest
possible lime. Strictly confidential. Pleasi
call belor. Fecuriiig loans elsewhere.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
610 F fetreet northwest.
MUSLTTO LOAN at 5 and G per centr.
security, leal estate in District of Colimi
bta; no delay beyond an inspection of pnp
erty anil examination or Utle. WALTER
E. ACKER. 704 14th st. nw. mhL'S-tr
MONEY TO LOAN 51,000 upward, at 5
and 5 1-2 per cent on D. C. real estate;
5250. 5500, etc., at G per cent; all
ii usactions conducted with, economical
consideration for borrowers.
WILLIAM II. SAUNDERS & CO.,
aplG-tf 1407 F St. nw.
WANTED 1 good coat maker, bushelman
and pant maker. A. GLANZMAN. 1841
Till at. nw. te9-3t
WAKTED Two first-class tailors to work
on ladies' garments. DELANY.722 1-2
31 ft st. nw. It-cm
WANTED - Musicians; apply, with instru
ment.s, Bijou Theater, 10 a, m. Thursday.
WANTED Flrf -class cigar salesman,
to soil Uncle Jane clears. J F. DONA
HOE. 012 Pa. ave. nw. Ft7-3t-ein
WANTED -A young man with home ex
perience with carpenter's tools. Apply
TfctM-Hby. fe a. in., 21bt and F fits. nw.
"WANTED -2 young men. Call at 1335
F St. nw., between 10 and -1 o'clock,
bateau ant. lteui
WANTED -Bospoctable colored man to
work arouart restaurant: a good oyster
sbuflker preferred: small .wages. Address
JSIEPCKRR. this office. e8-3l-cm
WANTED 2 l)oyb who have worked at
iwrfnttag: must hnve experience. Call
after 5 at 1703 T fit, nw. te3-3t
WANTED 6 white iiren to work in fcewer
pipe works, steady work all winter. W.
II. SOMEkVlLLE, Terra Cotta, B. & O.
It. R. M.7-3t-ein
WANTED Six carpenters, come prepared
to go to wtik. at Cou cress Height: brine
suwk, hau-hets, etc. fcc7-3t.em
WANTED -A boy to drive wacon and as
sist in dairy; good home to right party.
Address G. F. IL.JIiis orfice. TrL.
WANTED Married white man whounder
atands fanning and selling In market.
Address, stating wages, rels.. and where
can be seen, R. 11., this oflice-
WANTED Experienced driver on milk
"waewa t solicit trade. Address SO
LIOIT. this office. se-3t-um
HRI.r WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED-A white girl to do general
IwtKcwork. Apply to 114. Qulncy bt. ne..
WANTED -A girl for general housework;
MUSH family, inquire C25 N. J. ave.
WANTJ5D -White Avoman lo cotik, wash
anfl Jhh: must be neat and oblisinjr.
Apply, wftw 10, at 175S S st. nw. It
WANTED -Girf for general houew ork;
famfly of two. Apply bet- 10 and 11,
111S G Ht. iiff, 2d lloor It
WAKTED A Fettled colored woman for
Merat lKHiewrk. 1747 OreRot: ave.
WANTED -An orpnan clrl, 12 or 14 years
(GoritaB irelerred to a.sniat in lieht
liousekceptng, in family of three; eootl
hwoe for worthy child. Call or address
406 Gtti at. nw. fcei)-3t
VANTED 20 white and colored ronntrj
Klrl for cliajitbcrmalds, cooks, and een
ena hooteworkeri, good wukcs. 44.1 G ht.
IVANTED Colored cook for private family;
bo washlag; regular place. 614 1 3th nw-
WAKTED Neat colored girl about 17 for
mnall fawlly in flat. 014 l.'ttli nw. it
WANTED Whit cook and hout-eworker
fpr ladies; wages 15 t-$lS. G14 13th
WANTED-A oolored girl to do general
iKMtfewor k. Call at store, 1324 14 th n w.
"WANTED -Colored girl not under 15 to
a&iiatlH gneral houcework; family of :.
'C?all.wU rrts., 133 Md-ave. ne. It
"WAKTED -Competent white cook: small
wnlly: w c $20 to 525; no other work.
G14 UStti nw. It-em
WANTED -A wbite eirlfor kitchen work;
AfcO HlUe girl to mind baby. 1907 7th
&. nw. It-em
WANTED-A while woman for general
Iwtifrework, widow lauy. 1005 D st. ue.
WAKTED-A reliable woman for general
ltu.set:eepsr. Call, -after 6, 1412 12th ne.
WANTED -A brigia white girl, as cham
lermaid ainl waitress, with reference;
oallfl. m.,702 mtliwt. nw. It-cm
WANTED-Chambermaids, guneral liouse
wrtrs, laaedresrfcs, nur. j-eaiubtressfn.
ooaks, room-clean erb: places furnished till
raited. SHACK LEFOUS'S 427 lltti it.
WANTED -Women to mend sacks. Apply
424 N. J. ave. nw. so8-3t
WANTED Iady canvat&ers for Blelil's
inediaal IwUiug fekiu soaps: ivcommeiided
jl" tfectorK for running tores, hcratchos,
ilnvefi, eccetua, bumps, pimple, cuts, dand
Mff, etc.; letter than salve or ointments.
T22 Gtlt at. nw., I1LEHL. 0 a. m and 7
P. in. 6eB-3t
WANTED -A colored girl rorecneral 1mju.
work; muni tay at night: best refs.
required. Apjilj- at once lo 1418 Gth st.
WANTED By oolored woman, olace to do
general Uouiwwork. Call or address 1526
,12tu Jjt. iiyx. ocS-3t
WANTED -A bright, intelligent younglady
fr oCTice work; must write a good hautt
and toe fair correspondent; btatetalarv
cxp -ted; must bemoderate. Address SAD',
intK iHiia-. tin-ai-ixa
WANl'ED At 1119 East Capitol St., a
timst be good ccok, neat and lellabk.
WANTED A fcettled white "Wcjuian lo do
cooking, wauhineandlronliurfora fainilr
of tWB ; good Jtome and od waeeH for the
riglR party. 723 20th t. nw. se7-3t
WANTED-A girl lo assist in care of
young chfidrcn: gootl rers. required. Ad
dress MKS. A. E. PU1LUPS, Takoma
Tark, D. C. 6e7-3t
WANTED -A white girt for Fmall family
at SoiaterB' Home, Eagle Gate. seG-3trem
'HELP "WANT13D MALE AND
WANTED- 1'irst-clas.s cook, butler, coach-
an, waitress and chambermaid can be
lecurod at 1026 Madison st. nw.; call
Mtcr p. m. se8-3t-cm
WANTED Settled colored man and wife,
with good rere.. to do light work in
naymont for well beatod Ited-room and
kitchen; opportumty to secure other work.
Inquire at 519 10th rt. nw. seS-3t
WANTED -Portera, drivers, waiters, cooks,
butlers, btablemen, dishwashcra. boyb,
firemen, lalwrers; placebfu2nihedull suit
C1. OITY INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. 427
lltll Mt.. nw. KCS-3t
ESTAHLiMiED 1 2, and sent is the uext
city and country help; send postal to
Mrs. MOORE, 30G G H. nw. seG-3t,eta
WANTED-Agcnts for Draper's Convert
ing Tables; send 50c for sample copy
and terms. BOX S33, Colorado Springs,
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
WANTED By a colored woman. washing
and Ironing to do at home: reference
given. 1-4 Madlsonjstnw,; lt
WANTED - Lady will give $50 to anj one
who win gee ner a .permanent position
525 to 540 a month. Address
BOX ;uo, this office.
WANTED-By a neat white girl, a eittia-
lion tj do housework in a binall family;
good refB. 1303 3d fit. nw. be9-3t
WANTED By a c'oloied girl, a place to
unrse or do housework. Call or address
1907 12th st. nw. It-em
WANTED-By colored girl, situation as
chambermaid or general houseworker.
Call No. 1737 11 th st. nw. It-em
WANTED By a young gill, place as a
plain ordinary cook ora nur.-e. M&ynlghts;
SS t 510 a month. 2122 Florida ave.
WANTED -By a rellned Virginia lady, a
Ksitioii ;s housekeeper, nurse or txtn-
paniou. Address A. B., this olfice.
WANTED Hy a lespectable colored wom
an, a place to cook. icfs. 1'lease call at
2006 Sill st. It-cm
WANTED -By a good, honest colored girl,
a placeto do general housework In private
family. 1020 N.. I. ave. lt-em
WANTED -By an educated younglady, sit
uation: fineand rapid penman; wages, 5-J;
references. QUALIFIED, this office.
WANTED -A rcspetUiblecolored girl wants
a place to do general housework: wllllngto
be useful around house: go liotne at night.
Call at 19U3 12lhst. nw. lt-ein
WANTED-By a respectable oolored girl,
situation as cook or general houscwork1n
small family; can give references. Call
1119 2uth st. nw. It-cm
WANTED A respectable girl wants a
place aegeneral house worker or cook: with
refs. 1510 Kiugman Place. se7-3t-em
WANTED By a SwedlMi woman, a place
as working housekeeper; with boy 4
years; liest refs. Call or address 128 (J
sU nw. se73t-ein
WANTED By a white woman, offices to
clean, or book work. Call 111 Congress
st. ue. 6e7-3t-cin
WANTED-Fobltlon by stenographer and
type writer, witnfiveyears'expericnce and
good refs. MISS BOA L., this office.
WANTED uy 2 respectatde white girls,
situations al house, laundiy or chamber
work. Address 100 3dst.nw. se7-3t,em
WANTED By a while woman, situation to
do work In a private family: no washing
or ironing: references. 1244 U st. ne..
WANTED-By two colored girls from Vir
ginia, a place to do general housework
In small family. Call at 2112 Va.avc.nw.
WANTED -A place by a good, experienced
took; ref. given. Call 1215 6th bt.
W ANTED -By young lady with some ex
perience, to learn tailoring; wages no ob--ject.
B. E. U., this office. seG-3t-eru
WANTED Situation as cook or washing
to take home. Cull 1104 Shepard's vurt
SITTA1 It-N.S WANTED- a-ALK.
WATE'lJpTace as Janitor in office buml
mg: will work for rent. Address 1721
10th st. nw. It
WILL give 525 ensh to any one securing
me a position on the Met. or C'olumbiaR.
E., or any iiosttiou paying 545 per month
or more. Address CONFIDENCE, this of
WANTED -By a respectable colored man. a
place as coachman or to work for a
doctor, or drive any kind of wagon; am
willing to do anything; good references.
Call or address 2504 1 5th V. nw. sc0-3t
WANTED -A young man, 22 years, good
business qualities, character and fam
ily, desireb a steady ikmUiu out of town:
relereme. Address CAPABLE, this office.
WANTED -Voung man wishci position at
any kind of work. C. D. E., this orfice.
WANTED -Young man will give 510 lo
anyone giving a position a clerk or iu
electrical place. D. H. It., this office.
WANTED-A neat, lG-ycar-old colored boy
wants employment; willing to do any
thing. 1502 Mass. ave. be. ' seS-3t,em
WANTED-By young white man. work of
any kind; will Work for small wages;
rets. Address WORK, thlsofflce. pe7-3t
WANTED A situation as fina-class male
cook; good refs. Call 1128 20th st. nw.
YOI'NG man wants a steady position,
salesman preferred. Address PROFI
WANTED Work of any kind by Loy of
19. Call 1528 8lh st. nw. fie&-3t-ein
SITUA7 IONS WANTED MALE
RELIABLE help of all kinds promptly sup
plied. CaU or address CAPITAL EM
PLOYMENT BUREAU. 441 G st. nw.
WANTED -Couple without children wants
With heat, light and water, on 2d fh-or;
rent must be reasonable. Address J. E. P.,
this office. fce6-3t-em
"WANTED -By expert stenographer and
typewriter in Government service, writ
ing in real estate olfice, from 4 to 5
o'clock, to learn business. Address
WRITER, this office. lt
W ANTED -Pai ties desiring to join belect
party with private coach and special
hotel arrangements for trip to Atlantic
City, Saturday, Sept. 11, should address
"CORDOVA," this office se9-:it
WANTED -To buy white and black rats,
black and tan dogs. large rabbits, pigeons.
ring doves. SCHMID'S BIRD STORE.
No. 712 12th at. nw. se9-3fc
WANTED -At the Dig Second Hand Store
Sinclair, 626 La. ave., show cases and
fctoi e fixtures, pianos, furniture of all
land'!. Attend our auction sales e ery
WANTED -Someone to takehouse that has
5 roomers in that want to stay -by the
15th Sept. -or would take part of house; in
a desirable place: nw. Address at once,
WILDER, this office. seS-3t-cm
WANTED -To buy a good tecond-haud-
grocery wagon and harness. 138 7ih st.
WANTED To purchase, a good platform
scale-, for casD; must be a bargain. Ad
dress P. O. Box 285. bt-S-3t
WANTED -Incubator and brooder: state
make and price. CHICKEN'S, this of
fice . seR-3t
WANTED-Single or light double covered
ivagon: state whether high or low body;
fihort or long coupled and price. Address
S. G., this office. se8-3t
WANTED- 2 extension ladders; alsu falls
for swinging stage: must be found and
cheap for each. Address BROWN, Chevy
Clia Palater, t hevy Chase, Md. se7-3t-em
WANTED To buy a road cartin goodcon
dltlon: must be cheap for cash. Ad
dress M. U. PRICE, corner 13th and U
WANTED -A few good lustomcrs for
siricUy pure milk; delivered dally in
scaled jars: 6c per quart: satisfaction guar
anteed or no pay. AddrebS C. H. F. D.,
this office. 557 '
WANTED-An ice box; suitable for a meat
store. Address J. N. 11., this office.
OLD BOOKS Wanted to purchase for
cash all kinds of old and miscellaneous
books, mlarge orsmallquantitles. Address
postal to JAMES O'NEIL, 216 2d St. ne.
WANTED lamily washing, or any kind
of washing; well and promptly done.
FANNY MORRIS, 1061 lbth st. nw.
WANTED A flrst-cla&s dining room and
kitchen by a fint-class caterer. Call
1826 K st. nw. b0-3t-em
WANTED -Orders for Boston baked beans,
10c and 20c a pot; send orders Tuesdays
and Fridays for ednesdayo and Saturday.
MRS- F.C CHANDLER.1826 7thst. nw.
WANTED National Capital Bank stock.
Address N. C 8., this off ice. au!5-30c
STOLEN -525 reward; Fitchbure bicvele:
25-inch black frame. No. 3S285: rented
Sept. 3. 1897, by a white man. 21 or 22
years old. about 5 Xoct 6 inches tall; light
complexion; dark hair aud small light
mustache, wearing blue cap and dark
full of clothes, giving the name of J 8.
Wilson, Little Falls, who said he intended
to visit the Rockvllle fair. Ue had two
umbrellas strapped to the top tube of the
frame. A reward or S25 will be paid for
the arrest and conviction of the thief. F.
S. CAHILL & CO., 1800 Pa. ave. nw.
LOST On Saturday. Sept. -1. one satchel,
on B bt- and N. J. ave. Finder return
aud receive rewards 252 r st. nw, it
FOB RENT KOOMl.
FOR RENT-S27 5th bt. nw., one fur
nished 2d.fIoor room, 6; for two ijit-
B0I18. 58. BeSL-3t
FOR RENT -Fur. south-front ropni, $ a
month: gentlemen only. 1233 N. x. ave
FOR RENT-Sccond parlor, fur., "with
board, for couple or two geutlemetii .
a mouth; richly papered, cabinet mantel;
heated in winter by rurnncu: private lam
ily. No, 33 38 P St. uw. ne9-.it
FOR RENT -Pleasant 2d-floor room, suit
able for two persons, 58. 407 1st st.
ne. . XD
FOR RENT Lovely parlor nnd bedroom,
suitable for M. C: hallway handsomely
furnished: private family. 1252 10th
st. nw. ' l:3 .
FOR RENT Two communicating rwmis,
fiont; 2d floor; -with bath. 1600 10th
st. nw. fce9-at
FOR RENT-4 rooms for light housekeep
ing; 3d floor; heat and gas. 709 I st.
FOR RENT -2 nicely lurnished rooms, 2d
floor, single or en biiite. 0l)3 F bt. nw.
FOR RENT -2 nice front rooms; 50. 31fi
4 1-2 fit. sw. It-em
FOR RENT -Part or a house to refined
adults; rent taken in board, iroesiied.
two in fJl2yV!l tli st. ne. se9-3t
FOR RENT-Largc, well- fdr. rooms; bath
on same floor. Bave large stable would
rent. 1517 it Bt. bea-;st,uni
FOR RENT-Very desirable roonm. Tor
light housekeeping; furnished or unfur
nished; all conveniences; board if desired;
reasonable. 939 Va. ave sw. seS-3t
FO: RENT Newly furnished rooms: 1-ath
adjoining; private latnuv. -uii luiu m.
nw. Ring bell nearest E st. se8-3t
FOR RENT-Cheap; large, nfcely fur-
uiHlieil room for light housekeeping. 315
Mo. ave. nw. beS-3t
FOR RENT 3 nicely furnished rooms: 2
communicating; also parlor rioor; con
venient to Metropolitan and Avenue cars,
Capitol and Library. 154 E. Cap. st., cor
ner 2d at. se7-9t-eni
FOR RENT By German Tamlly. large
pleasant fur. rms.; excellent board;
prlens moderate. 1224 T bt. nw.
FOR RENT Two furn. rms. for gents;
convenient to car lines and Gov. Print.
Ofrice, leasouable rates. No. 3 Mvrtle st
FOR RENT 814 3d st. uw.: nfcely furn.
front rin.; se. corner; all convenleces on
Kame floor, near cars and DcDartinetits.
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms in fine, new
bay window brick; south front; a. in. i.;
adults; no housekeeping; refs. exchanged;
.o, 510. 512. Apply OWNER, 221 E st.
FOR RENT-Two front rooms: furnished
complete for housekeeping; heat, gas,
bath; M2 per month 947 C st. sw.. near
FOR RENT-318 3d st. nw.. front rooms,
with board, 515 and $18 a month.
FOR RENT -2 large, com. rooms: bath on
same floor: will rent cluan. Call at 3 K
st. ne. soG-.'Jt-cm
FOR RENT- 1014 1 Oth st. nw. Nicely rur
rooms; 56 to 510 per month. scrH)t
FOR RENT Nicely fur. room, 2d floor:
opens ou a veranda: 51.50 a week: board
ir desiied. 12 Gtli st. ue., near E. Canitol
at. cars and Canitol. seP-7t
FOR RENT -One large rur. front alcove
room. 748 3d bt. nw. eel-Ot.em
FOR RENT -929 N. Y. ave. nw., nicely
fur. rooin3. se4-7t
FOR RENT-Biseiiicnt floor; 2 rooms front;
heated by steam; price, 510. Apply 2(18
F Ft. nw. se4-7t
FOR RENT-Furnlshed or unfurnished
rooms, on 2d and 3d floors; rent reasonable-
207 G st. nw. sui-7t
FOR RENT-Two furnished or unfurnished
rooms, oil 2d floor; bath ou same floor;
couveni'-ut to departments and Avenue
cars. 532 20th st. nw. se3-7t,Cm
FOR RENT Four beautiful fur. roomB,
buitablefor gentleman and wife or single
gentleman; all mod. imps. 11 10 5th st. uw.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished back par
lor aud hall room, with use of front parlor
and piano: heat, gas and bath; $10 per
month. 1720 8th st. nw. Ee2-tf
FOR RENT-To gentleman; front room,
2d floor, with tuilet-rooin nd joining;
private family. 1003 23d st. nw.
FOR RENT Fur. or nnfur. rooms; terms
reasonable. Address HR. MASON. 711
12th tt. uw. au28-2w,e
FOB KENT --UNI-fRNISHED ItOOMS
FOR RENT 3 or 4 unfurnished rooms,
2d floor; light housekeeping. 100 Mass.
ave. ne. se9-3t
FOR RENT Part or the whole of 8-room
house, Bltuatcd Wilson Heights, 5 miles
from Capitol, to right party, small family;
electric car service. Tare 6 1-4 (vats to
and from city: a delightful home. Ad
dress OWNER, this office. It
FOR RENT 3 choice uurum. rms. on 2d
floor, tmthroom on same floor; hot and
cold water: to first-class person; price
reasonable. Call at 812 Gth bt inv: 3-story
iresfi brick aud all In complete order, also
1 largo furn rm. on 3d floor; this is a A'ery
desirable room for one or tvo gpntlenfii,
can furnibh board If desired. H. M. O.
FOR KENT Unfurn. back parlor; with
a porch, cheap. 237 14th st. sw.
FOR RENT 3 unfur. 3d-story rooms: light
and heat: 515 per month. 404 E. Cap.
FOR RENT-3 very desirable rooms on 2d
floor; also 2 on 3d floor, or partof house.
1402 Gth fit. nw. teS-3t
FOR RENT 2 rooms on 2d floor for $5; carb
pass the door. 482Lst.sw. se8-3t
FOR RENT Three rooms and bath. 2d
floor; $9. 1606 Marlon st. nw. sc8-3t
FORRENT Unfur.: large parlorsandsmall
ropm adjoining: doctor, dentist, dress
maker, tailor, etc.: bath op same fjoor;
near Palais Royal. 723 11th st. nw..
FOR RENT Second floor all complete:
suitable for light housekeeping. 1633
L st. nw. be7-3t
FOR RENT Unfur.: 4 com. 2d-floor rooms:
large closets; heat, gas, hot and cold
water; suitable for light housekeeping; pri
vate family; no children. No. 3 F st. nw
FOR KENT -2 communlcaiUig, unfur-
th st. nw. e4-6-eH)
KCOMS AND DOAItp.
FOR RENT Roomfi abd board; newly fur
nished rooms, front and back. 916 II
st. nw. fco9 Gt
REDUCED RATES -Rooms and boara, 515
aud 518 per month; 1 block frbm City
Hall; on Metropolitan car line, table hoard,
S3 per week. INDIANA HOUSE, corner
3d and I nd. ave. nw. Po8-7t-efii
FORRENT- Rooms, -with board. 516 to 520
per month; good table board, 512 per
month. 1019 8th at.nw. se8-3t,em
FOR RENT-A large alcove room, with
good board; child no objection. 1412 N
st. nw. se7-3t,em
PLEASANT rooms: first-class board; 517
a month: 2 squares from Congressional
Library. No. 16 4th at. ne. sol-7t
WANTED Small room: carpeted; in house
oi spiritualist; state lowest terms, au
dress SPIRITUALIST, this office.
WANTED For business purposes, 2 nicely
furnished connecting rooms, witli private
bath; situated Iu the central nw. Address
KEYS, this office. se9-3t
WANTED Unfurnished rooms: gentleman
and wife will take part or Finall house
in suburbs with private family; near Bright
wood car lino; Petworth, Ilolmead Manor,
preferred. RELIABLE, thlp office.
WANTED-By couple, without children, 1
nice communicating, unfurnished rooms,
on becond floor, with lieat.light.and water,
rent must be reasonable. Address J. E. P.,
this olfice. be7-3t-em
WANTED One large or two small rooms:
cheap; state rent. Address C. II.., this
FOR RENT FARMS.
TO RENT For term of years, near Hern
don, Va., 11-rooni house; healthfully lo
cated; 29 acres land; ten in fruit; balance
under cultivation, and cleared up woods;
never-failing spring, large well, pump In
kitchen good chicken Louse and yard,
wood bhedjnew bam; excellent garden; in
perfect order; trains stop front of house.
Apply to E. S. MUSSEY, attorney, 470
La. ave. nw. au28-14t
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
TXPEWKITERS rented at reduced rates;
with privilege or purcnase; standard
makes; preliminary instruction free. NEW
MAN'S TYIE WRITER AGENCY. 611 7th
t. nw. au2a-3in,ein
MANY A MAN wbois-rittongcnough abroad
to quell a riot, is too weak at home to put
down ey.en a carpet; headquarters for toys'
overalls; age, 5 to 10: the latest fad out;
our price, 25c; dowi town prices, 3"c;
small size children's pants, 25c quality,
10 nnd 15c to close out, "afSELBy'R, 1903
Pa. ave. nw. M)8-6t-em
OFFICES, 903 N.Y. AVE.
Complete electrical and surgical outfit
with COMPETENT- PHYSICIANS in
charge. t ,
ICHierenccs In every Government de
partment In the city.
Chronic Brlght's disease and diabetes
successfully treated by new methods.
Gov. Atkinson, Senators Bacon and Clay
and twenty-five reputable physicians of
Georgia certiry to numbers of cures within
their immediate knowledge.
Testimonials rrom physicians cured ot
stricture on flic In our office. (No loss of
Houtb10:30 to 5 p. m. se8-5t
I IUgiyt nntlFSls.
IlflM lltWITl rt I lfwl Allf stf nlf"t nflAAilnl lllnnta
it i "W vuu,u WUU V uibj UVOUIIl' l(lit,CV3
or family Patients will be notified piomptly
on his return.
aii2b,23.25,27,30,sel. 3, 5,7.9,1:
MAbSAGE and hot hcii salt bath, mani
cure and chiropodist; open till 9 p. m.
7029th st. nw. be-7t
MME. DAVIS, born Clalrvoyaut and card
render; tells about business; r 'moves
spells and evil influences; reunites the
separated, and gives luck to all; cures
piles and drunkenness. 1228 25tlt st. uw.
PROF. CLAY-Oldest established medium
advertising In this city; consult him on
huslncrtrf, lawsuits, divorce, speculailonn.
separations, love or family troubles,; can
tell you anytulng you wish to know: brings
separated husbandand wife together: makes
sweetheart or lovor true; caused marriages;
removes spells or mysterious reelings; givos
luck; fee, 50 cents; hours, 10 to 10 daily.
489 H st. sw. HeTlStrCn
Medium and ard reaaer; Washington'!)
most famous clairvoyant and palmist; con
sult her on business, lo-o and ramily af
fairs: reunites the separated; removes spells:
causes speedy marriages, and gives good
luck; open daily; German apoken; 23c and
50c. 929 H St. nW. se7 14t
II Anybody and
n to Ai!Read Them.
MADAME RETTA. clairvoyant, medium,
and card reader, 25c and 30c. No. 510
E st. nw. se9-4t
MISS SCHWAHN, magnetic treatment. 10
a. in. to 10 p. in. 319 1-2 Mo. ave. For
ladles and gentlemen,' se0-3t
THE "3 DAYS" Cl2REt,(ror men leads
all remedies In this city. a. prompt and
lertnancnt cure or no charge; consultation
rec. DR. McKEEHANr71 12th at. aw.
IT S an opportunity of a lifetime. We
have now on nanduny number or elegant
custom-made suits (very little worn), at
a figure that'll not deplete vour purst.
Better get one now. JUSTH'S OLD
STAND. G19 D Bt. nvr. se7-7t
MR. BRACKEN, of Providence, R. I., test
and business medium, sittings at 58 H
st. uw., terms moderate; hours from 10
to 8 p. m. daily; developing circle, Thurs
day evening, 8 p. in. se4-7t
I 512 13th St. N.W.
Treats and cures all private diseases,
Emissions, Varicocele. Hydrocele, Strict
ure, Impotcncy, Blood Poison and Lost
Mauhood. Consultation free.
Hours 9 to 5, except Sunday.
In obstetrics: gold medal awarded Tor the
bclence of obstetrics from fhe University
of Munich, Havana; treats successfully
womau's complaints and irregularities; pri
vate sanitarium for ladies belore and dur
ing confinement. Office hours from 10 ft.
m. to 5 p. in., No. a 7th Et. ne.
No Imposition! Nothing but facts given
Ciairvoyant and Palmist
Her predictions, Information, and advice on
business, marriage, divorces, separations,
pensions, deeds, wills, lawsuits, travels,
'est or stolen property, etc., are acourate
and truthful. Names given, No matter
what trouble -you may have, call ou this
ited wornau; die can help you out of all
IfficulMes. Absolute satisfaction guar
anteed. Gorman aud English spokon. Resi
dence, 13U3 ti Bt. nw.- aul3-lino
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
uuo j? street rsortliwest.
Gold fillings and bridge work a spe
cialty, at the lowest pilce; amalgam Mil
lugs?, 00c; full sets of teeth on plates, $5;
cxtiact(ng, clthqr by gas or local spray,
absolutely painless, 50c; without, 25c; all
Work done by experts, and guaranteed the
oust; open uu ouaaaya xroai iu to
OX-A-IilST in tno
cure qi ap private diseases, iiyoi
Varicocele, Stricture, Jttfpotpncy.
Syphilitic Diseases "positively dtitfld
vice and Consultation Free. Uoth Soxes,
iiours, u to 12, 2 fp 6; Tue&., Thurs , and
Bat. evenlags, 7 to 8. No. (JOS F at. nw.
IClosed BunuayOj, jel5-tf
FOB SALE-HORSES & CARRIAGE-
FOR SALE Pony cart and harness, suit
able Tor ladies or children; cheap. Rear
612 G st. nw. . be9-3t
FOR SALE-S75 will buy a 4-vcar-old
marc; can trot in 2:50 or no sale. Can
be seen in front of 940 E st. nw. any
FOR SALE-Littlebay drivingmnre; price,
$30. Call or address 1822 12th st. nw.
FOR SALE Three cut-under surreys, 3
business buggies, 4 side bar bucties. .'!
delivery wagons, 3 phaetons, 25 fine sets
of second-hand harness. 2 poles. 1 setdouble
wagon harness, $15. 213 lllhst. nw.
FOR SALE 2 wagons, 2 buggies, 2 sur
rie3 ,1 trap, 0 sleighs; also 2 cheapborses;
tbase goods arc left to be sold: nothing In
reason refused. 927 D st., next Merchants
Parcel Delivery Co Jy29-tf ,em
WANTED To exchange a fine moose head
for lxard. Address MOOSE, this office.
FOR EXCHANGE-Old violin for chickens.
404 B st. ne.. after 5 p. m. sc8-3t
WANTED-To trade horse, buggy and
harness for '97 Sterling bicycle: call be
fore 5 p. m. 529 nth st. se. s7-3fc
WANTED-To trade a Dayton wagon for
a bicycle. Address BICYCLE, this office.
FOB SALE BICTCLES.
FOR SALE-The greatest bicycle bargains
ever known; unredeemed Worlds, Ram
blers, Elgins, Delons, and other high-grade
vheclB.for ladles and gents, at 1-3 value:
bicycles boughtoutrightand exchanged and
taken on storage; sundries at unheard of
prices. NEW YORK CYCLE CO., 434 9th
l. nw. BC3-75
FOR SALE AND RENT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN,
THOMAS E.WAGGAMAN, 917 F ST.NW.
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
LGth st., bet. P and Q nw 5
P st. and R. I. ave., near Iowa Circle.
R sb., bet. 19th and 20th uw 3 50
N. J. ave. and Oth st. nw 2 50
O st., bet. 2lst aifd 22d nw--.. ..... 2 00
N st., bet. 2lst and 22d nw 125
VVIIlard St., bet. 17th and lljtli.
T aud U 175
2lth St.. bet. I. noil M nw 1 50
Sumner alley, bet. 10th and 17th,
L and M nw
19th Bt., bet E aud F nw
Va. ave., bet. 27th and 28th n.v....
D st., bet. 18th and lOtli nw.. ......
Liuthtcum place, bet. 31st and .5 2d st
K st , bet. 13tli and 14th ne
loth and A sts. se
Frame cottage, loth and Provi
dence sts., urookland $5,000
Framecottage, Pinoy Branch Road.. 0,500
2 frame cottages, llurowood Road.. 3,000
3 brick houses, Pleasant Plains.... 9,000
Lots at Autroy Heights. Md 600
LotsatBerwln Ilelgnts. Md 000
Lots at Charlton Heights. Md 250
Lots at Ardwick, Md
Lots Teuleytowu 25
Lots at Tunlaw Road 15
Lots tit Rosslyn. Va 10
Lots at Trinidad 12 1-2
Lots at Takoma Paik 09
Lots at Sllgo, Md 02
HOUSES FOR RENT.
2220 Pa aveuw,12 rms ,..$05 00
810 N C uve so (partly fur), 8 rms.. 35 00
2209 13th st nw, 6 rms 20 50
1449 S st nw, 7 rms 28 30
Upper part 1003 7th bt nw, 7 rms.. 25 00
1519 P Btw,4 mis 25 00
1831 Vtavenw,8 rms 23 00
47 Defrees st nw, 0 rms 16 40
37 and 41 Myrtle st tie, 7 rms 16 00
59,01.63and65Lstnw,6rniS1'.... 16 00
1123 20th st nw, 6 rms 15 00
1009 U st nw, 6 rms 14 30
606 and 624 L st ne, 6 rms 15 30
1249 I st ne, 6 rms 15 00
411 8th st sw, 6 rms 14 tit)
2904 7th st nw, 0 rms 12 00
603 Florence fit ne, 0 rms 12 00
921 12th st be, 0 rms 10 30
703 L st sq. 7 rms 10 00
1111 10th st se, 6 rms 9 30
The above is only a portion of the
property on my books. For full list call
at orfice for bulletin Issued on the 1st
und 15th. THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN,
917 F street northwest.
; a aW. tf - a'4gi J w
anything will find what they
want if they read The Times
FOR BENT HOUSES.
0R RENT-Only $18.50 per month to a
responsible tenant, a nice comer brick
dwelling, Cth and F bts. ne.; 6 rooms and
bath; bay window; side and front; a. m-i ;
wide parking all around; inclosed by Iron
fence. Apply to I. W. OURKART, Jr., 005
1 ave- se9-3t
I-OS RENT 104 1-2 and 40G 1st st. nw.,
three-story, 8 rooms; bath: cellar; regu
lar gums; $30. ROBERT COHEN, owner,
shoe store. 630 Pa. ave. bS-7t.em
tlW KENT,"':room rratne; central sw.;
s Tt tlulre ot owner, 507 4 1-2 sw.
FOR RENT--1203 W st.nw.. to responsible
colored people, nice two-ntory brick
house, in good neighborhood: Sent. 1 5, at
?o ?r nioatu- Inquire within.
?..U.RI:;'NT"PICasant 'oration: 0 rooms;
water in house: only $12. 2ol6 2d ot.
nw.. Le Droit Park. se8-3t
tOK RENT-1815 G et. nw.: completo
!! ri'roved unitary plumbing; nine
wi if vi v-"1 Siy : S30- WESCOTT &
V, ILCOX. 1907 Pa. ave. be8-0 1
FOR RENT-No. 003 4 1-2 st. sw.. newly
j.'SKtJS? ?"S- APPlJ' to PARKER.
Ajenujcor.JJnd b. ns. tw. be7-3t-em
T,etoP S'Ale:. llZ0 Bhst. nw; $25.50.
JAb. F. BROWN. 1120 Gth 6t. nw
FOR RENT-House. 1010 Gth nw.. Brooms,
large yard, allmoderniiiiprovements:rent.
FOR RLNT-In good neighborhood 5 room
and cellar brick; newly papered and
Smq f.d; KUS and water; rent. $13. Apply
208 F st. uw. fce5.6t
Ax.. order from AtIanta7a7rmTToOOO
ush. Havana Shorts; show vou how
they are going: thev retail 2 for 5c. 1011
Pa. ave. nw. t
VI? RlCES ,for lnterlor decorating are
wonderfully low; easily the lowest in
.u,iVIP tm,nlf' B"tourworkls the finest
that skill and good taste can finish. Rooms
papered. $2 up. F. G. N0LTE, 810 9th
st. No branch. se9-tf
XrnpmwGrE for sultation. H. D.
GORDON, Lawyer, 1321 F st uw. se3-3t
HATE your rooms papered in all new
nnna5','!?1"-.-5.0 "' b tue STONE
BROS., 711 oth st. nw. be9-6t
HE WHO CAN do more than one thing well
le a Jackass or all trades: ladies', misses'
&. creS 8 0-roXa'T1 and SJIppent,
ft-ere mo, $1 and $1.25, to close out at
50c; worth duuole: boys', inlsses9 and chU
dren'fifccboolShojs. 50c, 75c and $1; men's
M-bt-eiu l 1903 Pll-"e'w-
DRESSMKTNG-Fall suits, from $4 up-SC8-I
t.em : Sklna' U' 8l2 3d ' ' '
LEPREUX, 493.Md. ave., will paper your
rooms with combination gold papers
PRINTING-1,000 circulars. G5 cts.- tyne
willer circulars, $2.50 per 1,000: other
lt"j.cll(?an "l Proportion. ZIEGLER.
ib t at. nw. be7-3c
FOR SALE -A handsome square piano;
diamonds or groceries taken in paymen"
Addresa TEXAS, this ofrice. eeT-'it
50 JESTEDwlll bring you ?5 a
. .wio rf7 . "uu" au liome alter 4 p
i. 002 2d bt. sw. te4-6t-em
WALL PAPERS -Rooms papered from $2
biLENLE, I7Gst.ne1 fiejt-6b
WILL, SELL your rurntture; will store
...h U ionXr. oo. . "ommouate you
FURNITURE .moved; largest 2-horse load.
$2.50; 1-horse loads, $1.25; pianos l
fuinituio packed aud shipped; experienced
men only; storage. COLUMBIA TRANS.
FER CO., 323 4 1-2 st. nw. -rnono iwu
l will hereafter extract teeth, with
nitrous oxldo gas for 50c per tooth
Best teeth $7 per set. Gold crowns, SB
Amalgam fillings, $i. Have filled forty
thousand toetn ip tuts city; extracted
twenty thousand teeth, and made Over six
thousand eet Dr. S. T.M:AS0N, 711 1 th
st. nw., rormerly cor. 12th aim Pa avr
PRTNTING AND BOOKBINDING.
Printing 500 cards, 75o.; 500, envelopes.
75c; 500 note beads, 75c; 500 etata
nieuts, 75a; binding mngazl.ies, 50o..
miscellaneous books rebound. o. K.
WILLlAAia. 015 7tn st. nw. xett-u
AT TUE Business Office of Tbe Times
you wlU find Window Cards of all de
scriptions "Table Board," "Furnished ov
UnlumibUedRooms, ""Unfurnished Roooib,"
"Furnished Rooms, With or WiUaoot
Board," "Furnished Rooms, With Board,"
"Furnished Booms.' Flv cents Is to
price of each card. p21-tf
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY,
From Station, 13 1-2 St. & In. Ave.
In Erfect May 9, 1S97.
For Alexandria (week days), 6.30. 7.03,
7.35, ex.; 8.00, 8.30, ex.;' 9.00. 9:50,
10.05 ex.; 11.00, 11.45 a. in.: 12.05, ex.;
12.20, 1.15, 1.15, 2.05. ex.; 2.40. 3.00,
ex.; 3.30, 4.00, ex.; 4.15, ex.; 4.45, 5.05,
5.20, ex.; 5.40. 6.05, ex.; 6.25. 7.00, 8.00.
9.00,10.00, 11.20, 11J59 p. in.
i-m t.ie.-ianuria tsuiinav onivi. e.uo.
F'ir Mount Vernon.Dvknain! W.-ivStatlons
(week days), 0.30, 10.05. 1 1.00 a. m.
1205, 1.15, 2.05. 3.00. 4.00. 4.15 n. m.
For Dyke and Riverside. 7.00. 8.00 u. in.
,'jr Mount Vernon and Way Station.",
(Sunday only), 9.00. 11.00 a. m.. 2.00.
4.00 p. m.
For Arlington and Aaueduct Bridge
(week days), 8.00.8.30. 9.00. 10.05.1 1.00.
11.45 a. m., 12.05, 12.20. 1.15.2.05.2.10.
3.00, 3.30, 4.00, 4.15. 5.20. G.05. 0.25:
7.00, 8.00 p. m.
, or .vrjiugton aud Aqueduct Bridge
(Sunday only), 8.00, 9.00. 10.00, 10.30,
11.00, 11.30, a. in., 12.00 noon. 12:30,
1.00, 1-30, 2.00, 2.30, 3.00, 3:30, 4:00.
1.30, 5.00, 5.30, 6.00, 6.30, 7:00, 8:00
Baggage checked free for passengers
holding iirt-clasK tickets at Station. Hi
cycles, 25 rents each.
WANTED -Partner, with $500; manurac
, luring business: no competition; orders on
haud will net $700 profit. Addrc-w H. II..
this office. se9-3t
WANTED Owner ot dairy rarm. 8 1-2
milen north of city, who has had x
perience In the business, would like to
meet party with small capital Tor the
purpose of engaging iu the business: or
would rent the place to good tenant:
reri-rences given and n quired. Addiess
FARM, Takoma Park P. O., D. 0 It
FOR SALE Grocery, doing good cash
business (colored trade); good chance
for hustler; must sell immediately; stock
and fixtures go for almost nothing. Ail
drs CHANCE, this office. It
FOR SALE A rare chance; aconfectionery,
cigar and grocery store; In Trout of Ab
bott School; no opposition; good reason
for selling. 600 N. Y. ave. nw. sc0-3t
FOR SALE Hotel; Laurel, Md.; whole
square or ground; on electric road;
furnished; at great sacrifice if bold this
rail. J. S. SvV'ORMSTEDT, 913 F he.
WANTED For cash, retail cigar store
or other business having a good trade;
lull particulars or no notice taken. Ad-
dress CASH CIGAR, this office. fce9-3t
IT DOESN'T MAKE any difference how
many points you think you can make, but
it makes all the difference in the world
how many points you Co make; Just re
ceived, all tne latent Fall Styles of men's
and boys' Hats, ranging in price from 50c
to $2.00. J. W. SELB1"S, 1903 Pa. ave.
FOR SALE-Cigar aud confectionery store;
suitable for lady or gent; low rent. 310
4 1-2 st. aw. It, cm
FOR SALE-Cheap; one or the best cash
grocery, meat and provl-lon stores in
South Washington. No. 126 G st.. bi't
1st and 2d sts. sw. so8-7eui
FOR RENT -Grocery and meat store; good
business corner; all Imps.; low renr. 40(1
K st. ne. ?ea-7t;:rn
HALF interest in a paying lumh-room.
splendid chance for party who is willing
to take active Interest; $200 required.
LUNCH-ROOM, this offlcp. seiv3t-em
FOR SALE -Cigar storein se.: doing good
business: good reasons for selling Ad
dress CIGARS, this office. se8-3t
PARTNER WANTED Rare chance for
young man wilh small capital to get half
hiieres. in fine grocery business, money to
be used in stock to increase business. Call
at 215 A st. se seS-6t
PARTY: -with invention: can be usvd as
steam, compressed air, or hydraulic
motor: would identify interest with oartv
wlth means to patent, putiupracticalsl'aDtf
and on market, or would sell interest out
right wjth name of patentee. INVENTOR,
this office. se8-3t
A GENTLEMAN who own? several very
desirable lots desires to meet a builder
wuo will build and divide the property.
Address P. O. Box 2S5. se8-3t
FOR SALE One of the finest saloons on
Pennsylvania ave. Applj at 327 Pa.
ave aw: seS-3 1
WANTED-A lady partner with small
capital, in grocery and confectionery
Kore. Address J. IC, this office. s&j-3t
THE FINEST job printing office in the
city for l ts size Tor sals at aacrlf Ire; eas v
ternis; best location in city and doing gootl
business. Address X. X. X., this ofrice.
FOR SALE Lunch and dining room;
central location; exceptional opportunity
Tor righr party: btiiall investment required.
EXCEPTIONAL CHANCE, this oKice.
FOR SALE-Good, paying patent busi
ness; fine location; party retiring. Ad
dress PATENTS, this orfice. st8-3t
FOR SALE -Saloon on Ta. ave- nw. do
ing good business: cheap if sold before
Oct. 1, as owner has other busiuos. Ad
dress SALOON, this olfice. seS-3t
CONSERVATIVE part ieshavingidlemoney
can find a safe and profitablemvestment
for small and large amounts. Address
FIRST TRUST ON KEALESTATF trn.snr
flce. . se7-3t.cm
FOR SALE-The best-paying little cigar
storein the nw.; will sell cheap; owner
must leave city. Apply to C. T. YODER,
615 E at- nw. ej3t,em
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.
nej 6C7-3 1
FOR SALE-Cheap; cigar store doing good
business; good reason for selling. 507 D
Bt. nw. 6e7-3t
FOR SALE Barber shop doing good busi
ness; established three years: centrallv
located; will sll for $350: $200 cash,
balance iu notes. Address R. S. C, this
FOR SALE A corner grocery doing a
good business: reason for selling, other
business. Address J. U. M., tills oface.
FOR SALE The long-established restau
rant and conrcctionery, with lease, on
Quarry road, at the main entrance or the
Zoo Park: best of reason for selling. Ap
ply to EWALD PIER, 113 B st.se.
FOR EENT-334 Del. ave, cor. of D st.
sw., 7 rooms; storeroom, cellar, stable;
a. m. 1.; a good business stand. JOHN F.
D0N0H0E, 308 East Capitol st. &e4-6c
WANTED To rent In Georgetowndirect
Irom owner, aG-rootn houses; a. in. 1.; rent,
$10; by permanent tenant of 2 adults. Ad
dress OWNER 8, this office. bc7-3t-etn
WANTED TO RENT HOUSES.
From 50 to 100 CALLS DAILY.
$10 to $30 per month.
CAN KENT WITHOUT DELAY
R. S. DONALDSON.
Be4r6b 520 10th st. ne.
FOR SxVLE HOUSES.
FOR SALE Cozy 6-rui. brick, northeast:
for $1,500; excellent repair: only $100
cash aud S15 a mouth: all told. Addicss
EXCELLENCE:, this orfice. Box 500.
FOH SALE OB. EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE or EXCHANGE A valuable
Canadian patent; big money iu it. Ail-
dresa TORONTO, tlila orfice. scS-3S
FLOHLDA. FLORIDA. FLO KID A.
For sale, exchange, lease or on shares -A
model plantation of about 700 acres in
Polk county, South Florida, near county
seat; no better soil nor location for grow
ing tobacco, vegetables, frulth, etc. A
large portion now in semi-tropical fruits
and under cultivation. Three streams unit
two large lakes, on tho premises. Apply to
Col. JOHN HANCOCK, 2401 Pa. ave,
Washlngton.'D. C. scP-St
x FOR HIRE.
FOR HIRE To drummers and "business
men, horse and buggy or Dayton. $2 per
day, and special prices ror pleasure driving.
Apply to tho REX STABLES, rear 015 E
st. nw.; telephone call. 109. ap30-tf
W A NT ED - I'OSTAG E STAMPS.
Wanted For cash, allklnds orold United
Slates postage and department stamps;
collections also bought. H. F. DUNK
BORST, 1005 7th st. nw. au9-U
WANTED-To buy lady's bicvele for cash;
must be cheap; state price and make.
Address M. H. F this orfice. 6CS-3S
u.uo, j-u.oo, io.ao, li.oo. ii.au a. m.;
12 noon; 12.30, 1.00, 1.30. 2.00. 2.30,
3.00, 3U10. 4.00, 4.30. 5.00, 5.30. 6.00,
6.30.7.00. 8.00 l.fl(). lfi.OO. 11.211 o. rn.
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
7-50 A. M. week days-PITTS BURG EX-t'RESS-Parlor
and Dining Cars, Harria
burg to Pittsburg.
10.50 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED
Pullman Sleeping, Dining, Smoking and
Observation Cars, Hnrrisburg to Chicago,
Cincinnati. Indianapolis. Su Louis, Cleve
land and Toledo. Burfet Farlor Car to
10.50 A. M. FAST LINE-rulIman Buffet
Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Buffet Parlor
., V?.r.."arrl3burg to Pittsburg.
3.40 V. M. CHICAGO AflD ST. L0UI3
Express - Sleeping Car Washington
to bt. Louis, and Sleeping and Dining
.t-ars Harrisburg to St. Louis. Nashville
- JYla. i-incinnati) and Chicago.
7-M' 1L..M- WESTERN EXPRESS -Pult-inan
bleeping Car to Pittsburg, Chicaifo.
nnd Harrisburg to Cleveland. Dining
ci hj viucago.
aUd CillCilin.-lH III., I...- for
10.40 1'. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS-Pull-.
- y!an b,,eeP1:e Car to Pittsburg.
t -j') jx. M. lor Kane. Canaudaigua, Roches
ter aud Niagara FalU dally, except
10.50 a. m.for Elmlra and Rcnovo daily."
except Sunday. For Willianisport daUy,
3.40 p. in.
7.1 U p. in. for Williams-port, Kochester.Erie.
Luifalo and Niagara Falls dally, except
Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washington
10.40 p. ni. for Erie and Elmlra daily:
for Canandalgua. Rochester, Buffalo and
Niagara FalU. Saturdav nlghn only
Pullman Sleeping Car Washington So
For Philadelphfii. New York and
4:,H!LP ,n- "CONGRESSIONAL LIM-,
II ED." daUy. all Parlor Cars, with Din
ing Car rrom Baltimore. Regular at 7:0O
(Dining Car). 8:00.9.00, 10:00 (Dining
Car), and 11:00 (Dining Car from WlP
mtngton) a. m.. 12:45, 3 in. 4-20. ;-50."
10:00 and 11:35 p. m. On Sunday. 7:00
(Dining Car), 8:00, 9:00, 11:00 (Dining
Car rrom Wilmington) a. in.. 1215,3:t5,
4: JO, 0:50, 10:00 and 11:35 p. hl For
Philadelphia only. Fast Expnwa, 7:50 a.
in , week -days. Express, 12:15 p. in. week
dayo, 2:01 and 5:40 p. m. daily. For
Eoaton, without change, 7:50 a. in. week
daye and 4:20 p m. dally.
For Baltimore, 6.25, 7.0U, 7.50, 8.00,
9.00. 10.00. 10.50, and 11. 00 a.m.,12.lo.
12.45,12.50,2.01.3.15,3.40 (4.00 Lim
ited,. 4.20 4.36. 5.40, 6.15, 6.50. 7.10,
10.00, 10.40, 11.15, and 11.35 p.m.
On Sunday. 7.00.8.00,9.00, &.05. 10.50.
11.00 a.m 12.1C. 1.15.2.01. 3.15, 3.40
(4.00 Lin.itedj. 4.20, 5.40, 6.15, 6.50,
7.10, 10.00, 10.40, and 11.35 p.m.
For Pope's Creek Line, 7.50 a.m. and 4.36
p.m. dally, except Sunday. Sundays.
For Annapolis, 7.00. 9.00 a. m., 12.15
and 4.20 p. m. daily, exrept Sunday.
A KundayR, 9.00 a.m. and 4.2o p. n.
Atlantic Coast Line Express ror Florida
and points ou Atlantic Coos? Line, 4.30
a. m., 3.46 p. m. daily; Richmond only.
10.5i a. in. week-days; Atlanta Special,
via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line,
4.40 p. m. daily. Accommodation Tor .
Quantico, 7.45 a. m. daily, and 4.25 p.
For Atlantic City (via Delaware Rlvtr
Bridge, all-rail route), 11.00 a. m., 3.15
and 11.35 i. in. daily; via Market stre-t
wharf. It-.oO a.m. and 12.4a p.m. week
days, 11.35 p. m. daily.
For Cape May. 10.00. 11.00 a. in weekday:
'1.35 p. ti dailv .
Ticket orrices, corner Fifteenth and O
ttreets, and at lh- station. Sixth and H
streets, where orders can be left Tor tiu
diet-king of baggage to destination fpm
hotels and residences.
J. B. HUTiHINSON, General Manager.
J. H. WOOD. General Passenger Agent.
Schedule in erfect June 5.1897.
Leave Washington from station corner of
New Jersey avenue aud C st-
For Chicago and Northwest, Vestibuled
Litrited trains, 10.00, 11.45 aju., 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 8.50 p.m.
For loiuiubiis, Toieuo aad uetroit, 11:30
Tor Winchester and way stations, a8:00,
all. 45 a. m.. a5:30 p. in.
For New Orleans, Meaipnis, Birmingham,
Chattanooga, Knoxville. Bristol aud Roan
oke. 11 20 p. m. dally; Sleeping Carj,
For Luray, 3:40 p. m dally.
For Baltimore, week-days, 5:00, 6:30,
x7:05, x7:lo. x7:3o, xb:00. 8:30, x9;0.
xi0:00. xl2:00 a. in., xl2:l5. x!2:10,
xl2:40, x3:oo, 3:20, x-:30. 4:S5, x&05,
x5:10, x5:3t, x6:20. 6:30. xts:00, 8:10.
X9.20, 11:15, xll:5U p u.. HU 12;. il
uight. Sundays, x7.05.x7.lw, xj:3O.a:30,
x:00 a. m.,xl2:05,xl2:40. 1:00. xU:()i.
3:20, 4:35, x5:05. XD:10, :30, X&Q0,
x9:20, 11:15, xllu'O p. in.. x!2:tl night.
For Annapolis, 7:10 ana 8:3 a. in.. 12:111
and 4:30 p. in. Sundays, S.30 a.m., 4:33
Jtor Frederick, week days, 8.00 a. m.,
11.45, 4.30, 510, p. in. Sundays, 9.00
a. in., 1.15 p. rn.
For Bagerbtown, a 10.00 a. in. and
a 5-10 p. m.
For Hoyd and way points, week days
S.oo a. iu. ,4.30. 5.30. 7.05 p. m- Sundays,
9.00 a. in-, 1.15, 7.05 p. in.
For Gaithersburg and way points, week
days, 8.00, 9.00 a. in., 12.50, 3.00, 4:30,
4.33, 5.30, 5-15, 7.05, 11.40 p. in: Sua
days. 9.UO a. in., 1.15, 4.33, 7.05. lOtli
For Washington Junction and way points,
8.00 a. m., 4.30, 5.30 p. m.. week dayd,
9.00 a. m., 1.1 S p. m. Sundays.
For Bay Ridge, week days. 9.15 a. ra,
and 4.30 p. m. Sundays, 915 a. in., 1.3d
and 3.15 p. m.
itoynl Blue Line for Neiv York 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,
(5.05 Dining Car), (12.U1 night, Sleeng
Car, open at 10.00 o'clock). Sundays.
7.05,9.00 a. m.. (12.40 Dining Cars,3.0C
(5.05 Dining Car), 12.01 night. Slcepini
Car, open at 10.00 o'clock). Additioua;
train for Philadelphia, week-days, daily,
8.00 p. m.
Buriet Parlor Cars on all dav trains.
For Atlantic City. 7.05, 10.00 a.m.
12.00 noon, 12.40 and 3.00 p.m., weeH
days, 12.40 p.m., Sundays.
For Cape May. 12.00 noou.
aExcept Sunday. Express trains.
Baggage called for and checked front
hotels and residence;! by Union Transf:i
Co-, on orders left at tioket offices, 619
Pennsylvania avenue northwest. New York
avenue and Fifteenth street. and at Depot.
WM. M. GREENE, D. B MARTIN.
Gen. Managers Mgr Pass. Trafflo
(Schedule in effect July 4, 1897.1
All trains arrive and leave Pennsylvania
b: 12 a. in- Dally. Iocalfor Dan vlllcCbar
lotte and way stations, connects at Manas
sas for Strasburg, Harrisonburg, and
Staunton, daily, except Snndav, and at
Lynchburg wttn the Norfolk auu Western,
flail v. and with the Chesapeake and Ohio.
j dally, for the Natural Bridge and Lox-
xi:i5 a. m.-Daily.theUNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman burfet
sleepers. New York and Washington to
Jacksonville, uulting at Salisbury -wliii
Pullman Sleeper for Asheville and Hoc
Springs. N. C; KnoxviUe. Chattanooga and
Nashville, Tenn.. and at Charlotte wit Is Pull
man Sleeper ror Augusta. Pullman Buffet
Sleeper New Yorkto NewOrleans. connect
ing at Atlanta fot Birmingham anil Mem
phis. Solid train, Washington to J.ew
Orleans without cnange. Sunset personally
conducted tourist excursiou through sleeper
on this train every Wednesday tJ San Fr u
clsco, without change.
4.01 p.m. Local for Front Royal, Stras
burg and Harrisonburg, with connection for
Staunton, dally, except Sunday.
4.51 p. in. Daily, local for Charlottes
ville. 10.43 p. in. -Daily. WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN. VESTIBULED- LIM
ITED, Composed ot Pullmun Vestituleil
sleepers, dining cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New York to Nash
ville. Trim., ia Ashevllle, KiifiX1H and
Chattanooga: New York to Tamta. via
Charlotte. Columbia, Savannah and .Jack
sonville; New York to Memphis, via Bir
mingham; New York to -w Orleans, via
Atlanta and Montgomery. Vestibuled day
coach Washington to Atlanta. Southern
Railway dining car, Greensboro to Mont
TRAINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington 9.01 a. nw
daily.,1.00 p. m. and 4.15 p. m. daily, ex
cept Sunday, and 6.25 n m. Sundav only
fnr rtniimlHill: 4.32 n. m. dailv. exct'iitStiii.
, day for Leesburg. nndG.25p in. Uaitv lor
Herndon. Returning, arrive at Washing
ton 8.20 a. ro. anct n.iv p. m. uany, and
8.00 p m. dally, except Sundav. from
Round Hill, and 7.06 a. m. dally, cxceni
Sunday, from Herndon, and 8.54 ia
dally, except Sundav, from Leesbmg.
Through trains from the South arrive at
Washinglou 6.42 a.) m., 2.20 p. m. and
9.25 p. in. daily. Harrisonburg. 12.40 p.
ui. anil 9.25 p. m. dally, except Sunday,
and S.30 a. in. dally from Charlottesville.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation and in
formation furnished at offices, 511 und
1300 Pennsylvania, avenue, and at Penn
sylvania Railroad Passenger Statiou.
W. H. GHEEN, Gen Snrit. -
,7. M. CULV, Traff ia Muouccr.
W. A. TURK, Gen. Puss. Airent.
j i. S. BROWN, Gen. At. !-. Dwptt