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THE HOBJTDra TIMES, FKIDAT, SEPTEMBER 10. 1897
MONEV WANTED AXD TO LOAN.
-A NEW FLAN.
510 TO 1.000 TO LOAN
ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS.
HORSES, CARRIAGES. ETC.,
Without removal from possession ofowntsr.
You can have the money tho ilay you
apply loi :i. Payments on the principal,
of any amount, will be received at any lime,
which will lessen cost ot loan.
MOST DESIRABLE TERMS.
No cost to you If loan is not made.
Pleas" call fur further Information.
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO..
aull-tr-em 002 F st. .
V" ANTED -S75 for 20 day large Itonus;
EBBd security. Address PROMPT. tblH
off tec is9-3teM
L0AN6 from S5 to 50 to reliable pa ft! --:
aiso Atone? advanced on lucvd-.. Room
8, eU-l Ws.. cor. ytli and Pa. ave- n w-
WANTED -3.250 for r. years: 5 per cent:
MTHiHy first-class: real estate iw.; no
floturaSiirtun. Address SECURlTl.this oN
LOAKB-troiu $5 to 5fF0 to reliable parties:
also ntoner advanced on bicycles. Room
K, Central Bidg.,cor. 9th and Pa. ave. nw.
H. iw. FULTON'S loan office. 1218 Pa. ave.
nw.,iuoiKyIoandon watches, diamonds,
Jewelry, rilverware. etc apll-6ra
LOANS MADE ON APPROVED GOLLAT
otal. Kiefi as lire policies, stocks, bonds,
buiiass: association shares, syndicate cer
tificates, etc No delay. YERKES &
JAJvR, 1110 F st. Take elevator. tf
LOANS "-UADM ON FURNITURE,
Loans made on Furniture. Pianos, norses.
Wagons, etc., at lowest rates and quickest
possible time. Strictly confidential. Pleasi
call befor. t-ccuriiig loans elsewhere.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
610 F street northwest.
ilOMSi TO LOANt"5 and 6 per cent;
security, real estateln Districtof Colum
bia; no delay beyond an inspection of prop
erty and examination or title. WALTER
IS-ACKER. 701 14th st. mv. mh28-tf
MONEY. TO LOAN 1.000 upward, at 5
and 5 1-2 per cent on D. C. real estate:
5-130, S5U0, etc., at 0 per cent; all
transaction conducted with economical
consldoraLiua for borrowers.
WILLIAM. H. SAUNDERS & CO.,
apl6-tr 1407 F st. uw.
HELP WANTHrs MALE.
WANTED -Two good men, salesmen: no
oapltol reauired: must be respectful. Ap
ply 318 C st. mr, from 9 to 10, Friday
and Saturday. It
WANTED Two cood barbers. 319 Pa.
ave. nw. Ai
WANTED Two exnetienced white wait
ers. A ppty at 630 Pa. ave. nw. It
WANTED - Three or four cood oyUer
slwckers at CRAMER & BLIGIFS. Call
Frftfa- moraine before 10 o'clock. 621
B HU It .
WANTED -An experienced white farm
bend to work n farm; near tliis city.
Aldty Room 6.700 14th ft. nw. scl0-3l
WANTED -Steady white barber. 705 12tli
St. nw. so!0-3t
WANTED- A wliitc men for home help.
3T0TEL HANOVER, 3d Et.and Pa. ave.
WANTED A tron c boy to work at plumb-
Ihc: iuu 1 brichl and intelligent. In
quire, after o p. m-. 345 11th st. se.
WANTED Malltorder cook, colored: must
OHue well reootiiuienaed. H. E. SANDS.
14.05 4 1-2 et. hW. lt-em
WANTED -A first-clsss barber: mtif-t
6ober:Bt-adywork. 303Gst.iiw. It .em
"WANTED -An exprrienced grocery clerk
and meat-cutter. Call at 603 7th ft. ne.,
between 7 and 8 p. m. e9-3t.em
WANTED 1 cx)d coatmaker, busbelman
&4 pant maker. A. GLANZMAN. 1844
7th t. nw. se9-3t
WANTED rirst-class cigar talesman;
to soil Uncle Jake clears. J F. DONA-
HOE. 912 Ta-ave nw. n-7-.nt-em
WANTED -A yomig man wltb some cx
perience with carpenter's tools. Apply
Tlwirsdny, K a. m., 21 a and F sts. nw.
WANTED -Respectable colored man to
work around restaurant; a good oyster
sliucker preferred: small wage. Address
SHUCK ER. Mils office. sc8-:it-em
"WANTED -2 boys wIk have worked at
palming, most have experienc-. (. all
after, 5 at 1703 T st. xiw. t-e3-3t
WANTED -6 white men to vrork in iewer
ppe works: Meady work ail winter. W-
H. SOMhRVILLE, Terra Cotta. B. & O.
R. It. Hi7-3l-em
WANTED Six carpenters: come preparpcl
to so to work: at Conuress Heijrhts: itrmjr
saws. luu-betK. etc. - te7-3t,em
WANTED Vju islrl or settled woman
to do KhL. iHMiseurork and can for
oMMrun. Aimly at 205 7th st. nw.:
gait Friday momhur. It
WAKTJ2D -A ood clri for ceneral bouse--vvork
ui itrivate ramiiv; sood hoiiii- to
rlgM part v. 925 L tA nw. It
WANTED-A neat younjr woman to leave
the city; two in family; wages $12.
MOORE. 806 G st. lt
WANTED Woman to conk, jreneral Itouso-
v.-ork; jnrl to nurse or cliamberiuaid.
1702 1-2 loth st. nw. sel0-3t
WANTED -A respectable colored srlrl as
Btirse and to do general housework. C.-tU
t 7S H Kt. i.w.. 2d floor. selO-3t
"WANTED- Clwrue Kirts for comic opera.
Apply immediately Box Office Bijou
Theater. 9tti and Pa. ave. telO-tf
WANTB1-A half Rrown colored pirl
Ui iwrti- a baby and assist iu the Ikhim;.
Call 1356 Walladi place. It
WANTED Immediately; white woman to
oook, wawli and iron ; refs. required. Ap
ply at 1765 It st. nw. se'.J-3t-em
WANTED Girl for general housework in
faintly of two; refs. reuuired. 018 9th
st. ne. f9-3tH;m
WANTED- At 1119 East Capitol otreel.
an active wMte woman. forceneral house-
work: ltiust be cood cook.neat. and reliable;
good home to right party. seO-lt-em
"WANTED A cirl fir ceneral housework:
small family. Inquire 625 N. J. ave.
WANTED -An orphan cirl, 12 or 14 years
(German preferred! to assist In Iiirlit
housekeeping, in family of three; ood
home for worthy child. Call or address
tOO 6th at. nw. se9-3t
WANTED-Cliaiobermakls. ceneral house
work ers. Iaunilresres,nuib. seamrtresvs
cooks, room-cleaners; places rurnlshed till
suited. SHACKLEFORD'S 427 llth st
WANTED - Women to mend sacks. Apply
429 N. J. ave. nw. se.S-3t
WANTED Lady canvassers for Blehl's
uicuiMti iivniiui; eiwtu &aiKs. jviiiuiieiiutru
"WANTED -A colored cirl forcenemlliouse
work: mnt j-tay at niclit; best refs.
xoauircd. Apply at once to 1418 6th st.
'WANTED By colored woman, nlaco to do
12 ?t. nw,
ereneral housework. Call or address 1 526
0i .. nil- inR-flt:
WANTED -A brlcht, intelligent younjr lady
fr office work: must write a cood hnim
and be a fair correspondent: suite salary
jxpectwl; must bemoderate. Address S A D,
this office. te7-3t-em
HELP "WANTED MAIE AND
WANTED -Cfcanibenna ids. cociks. wait-
ors, house cleaucre: places furnished for
11 Wndsof help. EXCHANGE BUREAU,
721 13lb at. nw. lc
WANTED -First-class cook, butler, coach
MiMi. waitress and chambermaid can be
seoorod at 1626 Madison sL nw.; call
after 4 p. m, se8-3t-em
"WANTED settled colored man and wife,
with cood refs., to do licht work in
pajiuent for well heated lied-room and
:lwlimi: opportunity to secure other "work.
Inquire at 519 lOth tt. nw. soS-3t
WANTED -Porters, drivers, waiters. cooks,
butlers, stablemen, disiiwiumcrs. boys,
firemen, laborers: placos rurnislied till cuit
od. CITY INTELLIGENCE OFFICII. 427
llth st. nw. - so8-3t
"WANTED - A GENTS.
WANTED -Acents for Draper's Convert
ing Tabhs: send 50c for sainplo copy
and terms. BOX S33, Colorado Springs.
VA"NTKD-HOAIfD AND ROOM.
WANTED Room and l)oard for lady and
4 children, 13, 10, 8 and 4- years; state
lowest price. Address, by mall, REIN
HARDT. Room , May Hldg.. ir 7th
sail E ets. aw. it
Inves, ecaems, bumps, pimples, cuts, dand
ruff, etc; belUT than salve or ointments.
722 Oth at. nw.. BLEHL. 9 a. m. and 7
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE,
WANTLD Situation as general noui-
workcr or chambermaid. Call 1015 P
t. nw. scl 0-3t
WANTED By colored woman, situation:
general housework in small famllj" refs
given. Call 732 10th st. nv It
WANTED By colored girl, situation as
cook, washing and ironing, in small
family; references given. 1008 Colum
bia st. It
WANTED Bv a respectable colored girl
situation asKcneral Home worker orcliam
ber-iaid; refs. given. 1514 10th st. nw.
WANTED By an experienced white cirl
general lKiunework in private family:
refs. AMERICAN, 425 llth it. nw.
. he9-3 1-em
WANTED By n neat colored woman gen-
eml housework; refs. COOK, 427 llth
sU itw. e9-3t-em
WANTED By an honest, tldv and re
spectable colored cirl situation as chant
barmaid and waitress iu private family:
city refs. Call or addros 9 D st. sell-em
WANTED By colored womau, washing
:o uo at home or by the day; also by a
man, place to tend to horj-es or work of
nuy kind. Pleasu call for 3 daya at 1212
R j-t. aw. lt-em
WANTED Place to cook or general house-
work in small family; good refs. 2020
7 th bt. nw. 1 1, em
WANTED By neat colored cirl place in
small family as nlaiu cook. 11.20 4th
fit. nw. se-3t-em
WANTED-A widow with 2-year-old child
would like place as cook in plain Tamily.
Call S15 22ci st. nw. lt-em
WANTED-Lady will give $50 to any one
who will get her a permanent position
paying Trom $25 to $40 a month. Address
BOX .TJ5, this orficc. se9-3t
WANTED-By a neat white girl, a fcitua-
(iuii to do housework in a small family;
good refs. 1303 3d st. trvvv. seD-3t
WANTED -By a reilned Virginia lady, a
position as housekeeper, nurse or com
panion. Address A. B., tins olfice.
WANTED -By an educated younglady sit
uation; fine nnd rapid penman; wages, $4;
references. QUALIFIED, this office.
WANTED A respectable girl wants a
place asceneral house worker or cook: with
refs. 1510 Kingman Place. se7-3t-em
WANTED-By a Swedibh woman, a place
as vorkiug lwusckecpcr; with l.oy 4
years: best refs. Call or address 128 C
at. nw. BCj-St-eiii
AVANTED By a white woman, offices to
clean, or book work. Call lit t oncrcss
st. ne. se7-3t-em
WANTED-Fosilion by slenographer and
typewriter, Willi rive years'expenenceand
good refs. MISS IDA L., this office.
WANTED By 2 resiiectable white girls,
situations at hnune.laundiy or chamber
work. Address 100 3d st. nw. se7-3l,em
SITKATIONS A VA NT ED 31 A I.E.
WANTED-By an honest colored" liny. sev
enteen years of ace. a home: can drive,
wait on tarle aoid do hous-work. Call at
1003 llth fct. nw. lt
WANTED -Young man with 2 years' ex
perience In elt-ctric plant desires posi
Hon in such during day to enable him
to complete studies at night. Address
ELECTRIC, this office feeln-3t
WANTED Young man. married, good
refs., will pay 25 to any one securing
him a place as driver or stand iu market
for baker. J. DRIVER, 101 F st. nw.
WANTED By younc colored man, work
of any kino: tcore or waiter, best ref
erences. 1030 18th st. nw. It
WANTED By young white man, com pa
tent and T.-liaDle, position or some kind;
experienced in mercantile. T. this olflce.
WANTED By younc man, 26 Tears old.
to drive baker wacon;can sscure family
trade. Address II., this ofllce. Item
WANTED By a respectable vounc col
ored man work In restaurant or store:
best city refs. Address 1109 R st nw.
WANTED Bv a good, all-round business
man, work of any klud. Address II.
S. P.. this office. lt-em
WANTED By first-class barber, cood job
in the couuirv. Address for 10 days,
L. JL. tills office. se-3t-em
WILL give 525 cash to any one securing
me a position on the Met. or Columbia R.
R., or any position paying ?45 per mintli
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 ot wagon; am
willing to do anything: cood references.
Call or address 2504 15th st. nw. .ie9-3t
WANTED-A young man, 22 yenrs. good
business qualities, character and fam-
ilv, desires a steady position out or town:
rererer.ee. Addrecs CAPABLE, this office.
WANTED-A neat, 16-year-old colored boy
waiits employment: willing to do any
thing. 1502 Mass. ave. fee. . seS-3t,em
SITUA'I IONS "WANTED MALE
WANTED -306 G st. nw (.elects the best
city and country help free of charge:
wages from S50 to $6 per mouth. Mrs.
PROPRIETORS, send postal for country
and city servants. VIRGINIA EM
PLOYMENT EXCHANGE, 728 13th st.
K.ELIABLE help of all kinds piomptly sup
plied. Call or address CAPITAL EM
FLOY.MENT BUREAU, 441 G st. nw.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
THE TEMPLAR. 207 Pa. ave.. excellent
rooms and board: from S4. to SO per
FOR RENT Second parlor, fur., with
board, for couple or two gentlemen, $35
a montti; richly papered, cabinet mantel:
heated in winter by rurnace; private fatn
ily. No. 3338 P St. nw. se9-3 1
FOR RENT Rooms and board: newly fur
nished rooms; front and back. 916 H
st. nw. se9 Ot
REDUCED RATES -Rooms and boaro. $15
aud $18 per month; 1 block from City
Hall; on Metropolitan car tine; table board,
$3 per week. INDIANA HOUSE, corner
3d aud Ind. ave. nw. Mj8-7t-em
FORRENT-Rooms.with board.$16 to $20
per month: good table board, $12 per
month. 1019 8th st. nw. se8-3t,em
FOR RENT A large alcove room, with
pood board; child no objection. 1412 N
El. nw. se7-3t,em
PLEASANT rooms: first-class board; $17
a month; 2 sauares from Congressional
Library. No. 16 4th st. ne. sel-7t
TYPEWRITERS rented at, reduced rates;
with privilege of purcnase; standard
makes; preliminary Instruction free. NEW
MAN'S TYPEWRITER AGENCY, 611 7th
st. nw. au'J8-3m,ern
FOR RENT--FLATS. ,
FOR RENT -924 9th st. nw.. next Mt.
Vernon Flat. Drst and second flats: larce;
light: modern; refs. sel0-6t
GOOD table board with private family;
rales reasonable: 2 nicely fur. rooms,
1.50 and $2 per week. 22S F St. nw.
FOR SAX.E FARM.
TOR SALE-137 acres; 15 miles from "ity;
will be (oId cheap: good land; two-thirds
cultivated. Address BARGAIN M., this
FOR SALE-At n bargain, a small farm
or95 acres in Montgomery Co., Md.:a!oHt
3 miles fromthe DIstrictlineon the George
town and Tenleytown Electrjc Railroad.
Address S. A. OWNER, this 6fflce.
FOR SALE Farm; 20 miles from Wash
ington.; on Alexandria and Fredericks
burg Railroad- Address J. 8PRINUMAN,
Springman, Ta. se5-2w
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE or" EXCHANGE -A "raluable
Canadian patent; big money in it. Ad-
dress TORONTO, this office. scS-3t
FLORIDA. FLORIDA. FLORIDA.
For sale, exchance. lease or on shares -A
model plantation of about 7(10 acres in
Polk county. South Florida, near county
sent; no better soil nor location for grow
ing tobacco, vegetables, fruits, etc. A
larwc portion now in semi-tropical fruits
and under cultivation. Three streams and
two large lakes on the premises. Apply to
rvt TnHV Hlsnnnr ojni to ..,
1 Washington, D. C. bc8-8D "
1VI AKE pOWTi
FOR RENT ROOMS.
F0RRENT A f urti Ish ed front room: bath
on the same floor: for cents only; near
Capitol and Library. 1214thst.se se!0-3t
WANTED-A desirable party, adults, to
take 3 or 4 xoouis, or part of house, by
Sept. 15. Address W. R., 114 4 th st.
FOR RENT Unrurnished; secomi floor of
good house; bay window; licht, heat, and
bath; $10. 1245 North Capilil -t- It
FOR RENT -Cheap: with or without board:
nice Troht room, overlooking Pn. ave.;
suitable for 2 gentlemen. 1028 25th st.
u w. sel0-3t
FOR RENT -2 fur. communicating rooms;
heat, gas and bath: also 2 unlur. on 2d
floor. 1305 9th St. nw. It
FOR RENT -Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; a. m. 1. 120 C st. nw.
FOR RENT -2 communicating room on
2d floor, 938 N. Y. ave.: also hall room;
fur, or unfur. lt
FOR RENT 1344 R ft. nv., neur Ctir. or
14lh. and convenient to cable cars, -1
large, pleasant, nicely-Tur. rooms: good
table lxiard: terms reasonable. se9-3t.em
.FOR RENT -827 5th st. nw.. one fur
nished 2d-rioor room. $6; for two wer-
sons. $8. se9-3t
FOR RENT 1315 M St., rooms, fur. and
jinftir.; en suite or sincle: a rarty of gen-
tlemeii can find rooms with fcoard: terms
FOR RENT-Two lovely 2d-noor rooms:
fur.: light housekeeping If desired. 023
2d st. nw. se9-3t.em
FOR RENT Fur. south-front room, $6 a
month; gentlemen only. 1233 N. 1 . ave
FOR RENT Two communicating rooms,
front; 2d floor; with bath. 16U0 loth
FOR RENT- 2 nicely furnished rooms, 2d
floor, single or en suite. 603 F st. nw.
FOR RENT -Part of a house to refined
tdults; rent taken in board, ir desiicd:
two in ramlly. 641 4th st. ne. ge9-3t
FOR RENT-Large, well- fur. rooms: bath
on same floor. Have large stable would
rent. 1517 R st. se8-3t,em
FOR RENT-Very desirable rooms, for
light housekeeping; furnished or unfur
nished; all conveniences; board if desired:
reasonable. 939 Va. ave. sw. seS-3t
FO?: RENT Newly furnished rooms: i th
adjoining; private family. 427 10th st.
nw. Ring bell nearest E st. fcc8-3t
FOR RENT -Cheap; large, nicely fur
nished room for licht housekeeping- 315
Mo. ave. nw. eeS3t
FOR RENT 3 nicely furnished rooms; 2
communicating; also parlor rioor; coti
vcuieni to Metropolitan ami Avenue cars.
Capitol and Library. 154 E.Cap. st.. cor
ner 2d st. sc7-9t-em
FOR RENT By German family, large
pleasant fur. rms.: excellent board;
pi-Vos moderate. 1224 I st. nw.
FOR RENT Two furn. rms. for gents;
convenient to car lines and Gov. Print.
Office; reasonable rates. No. 3 Mvrllest
FOR RENT 814 3d st. nw.; nicely furn.
front rm.: se. corner; all convenieces on
same floor, near cars and Departments.
FORRENT-1014 lOthst.nw. Nicclyfur
rooms; $6 to $10 per month. se5-6t
FOR RENT Nicely fur. room, 2d floor:
opens on a veranda: $1.50 a week: board
If desired. 12 6th st. ne., near E. Canitol
st. cars and Capitol. se5-7t
FOR RENT One large fur. front alcove
loom. 748 3d st. nw. 8e4-6t,em
FOR RENT-929 N. Y. ave. nw., nicely
fur. rooms. sc4-7t
FOR RENT Basement floor; 2 rooms front;
heated by steam; price, $10. Apply 208
F st. nw. se4-7t
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished
rooms, oa 2d and 3d floors; rent reason
able. 207 G st. nw. sel-7t
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 Nicely furnished back par
lor and ballroom, with use of front parlor
and piano: heat, gas and bath; $10 per
month. 1720 8th st. nw. se2-tf
FOR RENT- To gentleman; front room,
2d floor, with toilet-room adjoining;
private family. 1003 23d st. nw.
FOR RENT Fur. or unlur. rooms; terms
reasonable. Address DH. MASON, 711
12th Et. uw. au28-2w,era
FOR UI'T--UNFURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT Three larca unfurnished
rooms; 2d floor. 642 G st. ne. sel0-.lt
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooma and
kitchen, cor. 13th and U sts. nw.; singly
or en suite; a bargain if taken immedi
ately; scl 0-3 1
FOR RENT Lovely parlor and bedroom,
suitable for M. C: hallway handsomely
furnished; private family. 1252 10th
st. my. BfcO-St
WANTED By couple without children 2
or 3 unfur. rooms on 2d floor; heat and
light and bath on same floor. Address,
with lowest, terms, PROMPT PAY, this
FOR RENT 8 or 4 unfurnished rooms,
2d floor; light housekeeping. 100 Mass.
ave. ne. se9-3t
T.TIR ''WIT It --lln!rr niifiin. ri.c nn Jil
floor; bathroom on same floor; hot and
cold water; to first-class person; price
reasonable. Call at 812 6th st. nw: 3-story
iress brick and all In complete order; also
1 large furn rm. on 3d floor: this is a very
desirable room for one or two gentlemen;
can furnish hoard if desired. H. M. O.
FOR RENT Untum. back parlor; with
a porch; cheap. 237 14th st. sw.
FOR RENT -3 unfur. 3d-story rooms; light
anl heat: $15 per month. 404 E. Cap.
FOR RENT 3 very desirable rooms on 2d
floor: also 2 on3dfloor,or part of house.
1402 6 th st. nw. se8-3t
FOR RENT 2 rooms on 2d Hoor for $5;cars
pass the door. 482 L st- sw. se8-3t
FOR RENT Three rooms and bath, 2d
floor; $9. 1600 Marion si. nw. se8-3t
room adjoluinc; doctor, 'dentist, dress
maker, tailor, etc.; bath on same floor;
near Palais Royal. 723 11 tb st. nw..
FOR RENT-2 communicating, unfur
nished or partly furnished rooms. 1410
Oth st. nw. , se4-6t-cm
WANTED To trade a Davton wagon for
. a bicycle. Address BICYCLE, this of
fice; eel 0-36
Wr ANTED To exchange aflne moose head
for board. Address MOOSE, this office.
FOR EXCH ANGE-Old violin for chickens.
40 B st. ne., after 5 p. m. se8-3t
ONE CE.T k VIORD.
Way in Which to Reach the People
No ImpotltlonI -Nothing but facts given
Clairvoyant and Palmist
Uer predictions. Information, and advice on
business, marriage, divorces, separations,
l-entioiis, .Seeds, wills, lawsuits, traxels,
'ost or stolen property, etc., aro accurate
and truthrul. Names given. No matter
what trouble you may have, call on this
girted woman; she can help you out of all
difficulties. Absolute- satisfaction guar
anteed. Uorman and English spokou. Rest
dunce, laoa U si. nw. an 13-1 mo
MUS. McDONALD will hold meetings
every Friday and Sunday night. Hall
ne. cor. of H and llth sts. ne. 8 p. m.
Sittings daily. 230 7th st. se. It
MRS. imiGGS, clairvoyant: advice on all
(objects; chronic diseases cured; no
iu:iit.tiu. &21 llth st. nw. Maso i i colors
oil enlO; sel 0:3t
MAN i A MAN who isstroug enough at.road
to imella riot, is too weak at home to put
d'iwn even a carpet, neamiuarters mr i oys'
overalls: age. 5 to 10: the latest fad out;
our price, 25c; down town prices, 3r.c;
small size children's pants, 25c quality.
10 and 10c to clow out, at SELBY't. 1903
Pa. ave. nw. (e8-tt-em
OFFICES, 903 N. Y. AVE.
Complete electrical and urccul outfit
with COMPETENT FUYalCIANb in
Re.irrences iu every Government de
partment in the city.
Chronic Brlght's disease and diabetes
successfully treated by new methods.
Gov. Atkinson, Senators Bacon aud Clay
and twenty-five reputable physicians of
Georgia certify to numbers or cures wlthlu
'heir immediate knowledge.
Testimonials from physicians cured o(
stricture on file in our orrice. (No loss of
Hours 10:30 to 5 p. m. seS-5t
MASSAGE and hot sea salt bath, mani
cure and chiropodist; open till 9 p. m
U2 9th st. n w. se8-7t
MME. DAVIS, born Clairvoyant .'Jid card
reader; tells about business; r.'inoves
spells and evil influences; reunites the
separated, and gives luck to all; cures
piles anii drunkenness. 1228 25th st. nw.
PROr-. CLA Y -Oldest established medium
advertising In this city; consult htm on
business, lawsuits, divorce, speculations,
separations, love or family trouble: can
tell you auytning you wish to know; brines
separated liushandand wire together; makes
sweetfuart or lover true; causes marriages;
removes sp3il. or inyst-rlous feelincs; cives
-.HSK0-'' 50 cents; huur. 10 to 10 dnlly.
4&9 H st. aw. , se7-3t-em
r MME. THEO.
Medium aud card reader; Washington
most famous tlairvoyant'and palmist; con
sult her on business,- love- and family ar
fair: reunites the separated: remove.- spells:
ta-isea speedy marriages, and gives cood
luck; open daily; German spoken; J5c and
50c. 929 H st. irw-. se7-14t
MADAME RETTA, clairvoyant, medium,
and card reader, 25c and COc. No. 51 o
E st. uw. , se9-4t
MISS SCKWAHN, magnetic treatment. 10
a. in. to 10 p. m, 3192 Mo. ave. For
ladles and gentlemen. se9-3t
MR. BRACKEN, of Providence, R. T.. test
and business medium; sittings at 58 II
st. nw.. terms moderate; hours from 10
to 8 p. m. daily; developing circle, Thurs
day evening, 8 p. m. se4-7t
j 512 13lh SI. N.W.
Treats and cures all private diseases.
Emissions, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Strict
ure, Impoteney, Blood Poison and Lost
Manhood. Consultation free.
Hours 9 to 5, except Sunday.
Mrs, OR, REINER,
In obstetrics; gold medal awarded Tor the
science of obstetrics from fhe University
or Munich, Pavaria; treats successfully
woman's complaluts and irregularities; pri
vate sanitarium for ladies before and dur
ing confinement, orrice hours from 10 a.
m. to 5 p. ui.. No. b 7th st. ne.
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
uuu F Street Aortiiwest.
Gold fllllnga and brldgo work a spe
cialty, at the lowest price; amalgam idl
ings, sue; rull sets of teeth on plates, $5;
extracting, either by gas or local spray,
absolutely painless, 50c; without, 25c; all
work done by experts, and guaranteed the
best; open oa Sundays from 10 to 3
o'clock. " mh22-tf
EXPERT SPECIALIST la the
cure of all private diseases. Hydrocele
Varicocele, Stricture, ImnotRncy, and
Syphilitic Diseases positively cured. Ad
vice and Consultation free. Both Sexes,
iiours, 9 to 1, ; to 5; Tues.. Thurs , and
Sat. evenings, 7 to 8. No. 603 F st. nw.
(Closed Sunday.) 3el5-tf
WANTED Room," centrally located, of
non-inquisitive people. Address L. M
this office. sel0-3t
WANTED -Two unfurnished rooms, 2d
floor, for light housekeeping; heat and
fas; must be moderate. Address MRS. J.
I., 1208 6th st. ne. It
WANTED 2 large rooms, or 3 small
rooms; light housekeeping; mother and
son; permanent If suited; 4th and
9th, D and N. Y. ave.; reasonable us pos
sible. Address HOUSE, this office.
WAITED -By youtig man, unfurnished
room; moderate size, not over $5; within
ten blocks of Columbian University. Ad-
dress LAW, this office. lt-em
WANTED -Someone to takehouse that has
5 roomers In that want to stay by the
loth Sept. -or. would take part ofhousejln
a desirable place; nw. Address at once,
WILBER, this office. se8-3t-em
WANTED For business purposes, 2 nicely
furnished connecting roopis.with private
bath; situated In the central nw. Address
KEYS, this office. . , seQ-36
WANTED Unfurnished rooms; gentleman
and wife will take part of small House
la suburbs with private family; near Bright
wood car line; Petworth, Hphnead Manor,
preferred. RELIABLE, this Office.
WANTED-By couplo, witluSut children, i
nice communicating, unfurnished rooms,
on second f loor, with heat.Iight.and water;
rent must be reasonable. Address 5". E. P.,
this office. t,e7-3t-em
THE "3 DAYS' CURE tfor men) leads
all remedies In this city: a prompt and
permanent cure or no chnrce: consultation
free. DR. McKEEHAN, 716 12th st. nw.
IT S an opportunity of a lifetime. Wo
have now on hand anynumb-jr or elegant
custom-made suits ivory little worn), at
a Jigure that 11 not denlete vour purse.
Better get one now. ' JUSTH'S OLD
STAND. 610 I) st. nw. se7-7t
making your wants known la
The Times 1
Who Need Help.
FOR ''ALE AND RENT.
THOMAS E.WAGGAMAN. 917 F ST.NW.
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
, . , , Per foot.
16th st., bet. P and Q nw $
Put. nmll? r n,. ...... r ... jm i
; St., bet. 19th and 20th nw
N. J. ave. aud Oth st. nw
O st., bet. 2lst and 22d nw
m ".et- -l8t aal --d nw
VH lard st., bet. 17th and 18th,
1 and U
2 ith st., bet- L and M nw...'.""..
auinnec alley, bet. 16th .and 17th,
L and M nw
19th Hi... hoh V. nr.il C ...
a. ave., bet. 27th and 28th nw....
D st., bet. 18th aud 19th nw
ynthicum place, bet. 31st aud.!2dst
ist-. hot. 12th and 14th se
18th and A sts. se
trame cottage, 10th and Provi
dence sts., Jirookidnd $5,000
Framecottage, IMney Bratich Hoad.. 6,500
- name cottages, iiarewood Iload.
. brick houses, Pleasant Plains...
Lots at Autrey Heights.Md
Lota at Charlton Heights, Md
Lots at Ardwlck, Md
Lots at Tuulaw Road
Lots at Rosslyn, Va
Lots at Trinidad
Lots at Takoma Park
Lots at Sllgo, Md
HOUSES FOR RENT.
2220 Paavenw, 12 rms
P.i0' C avese (partly fur 1,8 rms..
2209 13th st nw. 6 rms...
1449 S st nw. 7 rms
Vp)erJ,artlC03 "th st nw,7 rms..
1519 P stnw,4 rms
1831 Vtavcnw.8 rms
4i Derrecs st nw, 6 rms
37 .-md 41 Myrtle st ne, 7 rms
o9, bl.63and05Lstnw,6 rms...
1123 20th st nw, 6 rms
1009 U st nw, 6 rms
606 and 624 L st ne, 6 rms
1249 I st ne, 6 rms...
411 8th st sw, 6 rms
2904 7th st nw, 6 rms
6ii3 Florence st ne, 6 rms
921 12th st se, 6 rms
1 03 L St KP. V rm
, 12 00
1111 10th st se, 6 rms"
The above Is only a"po7t"ion'of the
nrniinrtr .n m
---- - " J "Vfjvo. j. ui 1UI UESL Villi
at office for bulletin issued on the 1st
y books. For full list call
uuu iuiu. iilUililS . WAUUAMAN,
917 F street northwest
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT-No.1328 N. J..ivenw.,
corner house, dwelllnc and store com
blned; $10.30. it
fel.Lu0: 1230 yHest.ne.,;i rooms, with
use or bath, $0.50. Apply to 3042 Cam
l"OR RENT-Only $lg.r,0 per month V, a
responsible tenant, a nice corner brick
dwelling, Oth and F sts. ne.; 6 rooms and
ontli; bay window; side and front; a. m.i :
wide parking all around: inclosed by Iron
fence. Apply to I. W. BURKART, Jr., 605
FOR RENT-404 1-2 and 406 1st st. nw.,
three-story, 8 rooms; bath: cellar; recu
lar gems; 30. ROBERT COHEN, owner,
shoe store, 630 Pa. ave. BeS-7t.em
I'tt .KNT-o-rooni rrame; central sw.;
e o In'iuire or owner, 507 4 1-2 sw.
F?riEP12,03 w.-tnw.. lo responsible
colored people, nioe two-story brick
" lu K001 neighborhood: Sent. 15. at
seS-f moQtu- Inauire within.
F0,.R U1NT -Pleasant location: 6 rooms
water in house; only $12. 2016 2d st.
nw., Lo Droit Park. se8-3t
F9rUiil.XT18P G 8t- nw- complete
order; improved sanitary plumblnc: nine
wi?pnrQd-iSnJ-l,:oS3B-50- WESCOTT &
lLgp,X1907 Pa. ave. se8-6t
FOR RENT-No. 603 4 1-2 et. sw., newly
Aml'S?r' JL'? and Eets.jsw;ae7-3t-eiu
F fRS-NT,Tn.r?(;or' 9-ro,Jln brlct and
TrLsto5J ftU.'f.U120 Oth st. nw; S25.50.
JAb. F. BROWN. 1120 6tb st. nw
?,wiR? uTI.n .ROod neighborhood 5 room
aud cellar brick; newly papered and
n?tRd:cPS aud Avater: rent ' S13. Apply
-" st- nw se5-6t
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE-InMt. Pleasant and Holmead.
six nice homes, from $3,500 to $4,500
on easy terms; also monev to loan. TOW
SON & JONES. 510 lOthjt. nw. sel0-3t
FRotE-R,ed"ced t0 S2.750: refused
$3,-00 a short time aco: must sell
at once to settle a uartnershlp: that well
located 8-room house, 402 G st. Sw
nice bath; sanitary plumbing; elegant
ranee and latrobe: whole house in ex-
FiilPA;vaInrUat 0nce" STONE &
l-AHtFAX, 806 F st. nw. sel0-3t
FOR SALE-82.500 each: 2 nretty new
6-rqpm bricks, near 5th and Pa. ave.
se.; lot 10x95 to alley. STONE &
FAI RF AX, 800 F st. nw. selo-3t
FOR BALE -Ten-room brick house, on
Queen st., Alexandria, Va.; lot 18.6x80:
alley; water and gas; quick: $1,250 cash.
TOWSON & JONES, 51010th St. mvT
WANTED Houses to rent from $10 to $40
per month; can rent 20 a day. WYND-
IIAM & TAPPAN, Keal Estate, 721 13th
st nw. sel0-3t
WANTED-By Sept. 15; five or fix-room
house: $15 to $20; good neighborhood.
Address c. M. S., this office. it
WANTED-tEamllT of adults desire a
10 or 12-room house In nw.: rent mod
erate. Address, statlnc particulars. G.
VV. S., this office.. sel0-3t
AVANTED-To rent by Sept. 15 direct
from owner a 0 or 7-rm. house, with
cellar, yard, etc., by family of 3; not to
exceed $20. Address PERMANENT, this
WANTEDTo rent In Georgetown, direct
from owner, a 6-room house: a. m. I.; rent,
$16; bypermanenttenantot 2 adults. Ad
dress OWNER 8, this office. se7-3t-em
FOR SALE-HORSES cfc CARRIAGES.
FOR SALE A seven-year-old sound mare.
450 Q st. nw. lt.em
FOR SALE Pony carb and harness, suit
able for ladies or children; cheap. Rear
612 G st. nw. se9-3t
FOR SALE Little bay driving mare; price.
$30. Call or address 1822 12th st. nw.
FOR SALE Three cut-under surreys, 3
business buggies, 4, side bar buccies. 3
delivery wagons, 3 pha-jtons, 25 fine sets
of secoud-hand harness. 2 ooles.l. setdouble
wagon harness, $10a 213 llthst. nw.
FOR SALE 2 wagons, 2 buggies, 2 lur
ries ,1 trap, 6 sleighs; also 2 cheap horses;
these goods are left to be sold; nothing la
reasou refused. 927 D so., next Merchant
Parcel Delivery Co Jy29-tfia
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13 1-2 St. A rn. Ave.
In Effect May 9,1897,
...wt tjt JL.U .Ud, .UJV. , .'tUi O.VfU
n.20, ex.; 5.40. 0.05, ex; 6.25. 7.00. 8.00.
9.00, 10.00. 11.20, 11 .59 P. in. . '
lpr Alexandria (Sunday onlv). 8.00,
9.00, 10.00. 10.30, 11.00. 11.30 a. m.;
12 noon; 12.30, 1.00, 1.30, 2.00. 2.30,
3.00, 3.30, 4.00, 4.20. 5.00, 5.30, 6.00,
0rl0,7.00, 8.00,9.00.10.00, 11.20 p.m.
! or Mount Veruon.Uvku and WavStations
tAX '? days), 6.:i0. 10.05. 11.00 a. in.
12.05, 1.15, .05. 3.00. 4.00. 4.15 p. m.
I or Dyke ami Riverside. 7.00. 8.00 p.m.
I' or Mount Vernon and Way Stations.
Sunday only), 9.00. 11.00 a. m.. 2.00.
4.00 p. m.
For Arlington and Aaueduct Bridca
(week days), 8.00. 8.30. 9.00. 10.05.11.00.
11.45 a. m., 12.05, 12.20. 1.15.2.05.2.10.
3.00, 3.30, 4.00. 1.15. 5.20. 6.05. 0.25:
7.00, 8.00 p. m.
1-or Arlington and 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,
4.30, 5.00, 5.30, 6.00, 6.30. 7:00, 8:00
Bnggaee ciiecked free for passengers
holding first-class tickets at Station. Bi
cycles, 25 cents each.
AIJ CrilQN S ALES.
RATCLIFFE, SUTTON & CO., AUCTS.
TRUSTEES SALE OF FOUR VALUABLE
THREE-STORY AND BASEMENT
BUFF BRICK RESIDENCES. CON
TAINING NINE ROOMS AND BATH.
ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
BEING NOS. 1321. 1325. 1327 AND
1329 KENESAW AVENUE N. W.
Under and by virtue or a certain deed
of trust, dated June 22, 1896. and duly
recorded July 7, 1896, In Liber 2130 at
folio 459, one or the land records of tho
Dibtrlct of Columbia, default having oc
curred in the performance of the terms
and conditions of the bond mentioned and
referred to in the said deed of trust, and
at the written request of the secretary
or the body corporate, the obligee In and
the holder and owner of the tald bund,
the undersigned trustees will sell at publio
PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P. M., all those
pieces or parcels of laud and premises
Mtuate In the county ot Washington.
District of Columbia, and known as and
being so much of lots four (4) aud fivo
(5), in block thirty-six (36). iu John
oherman & (trustee) subdivision ot 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 the surveyor's
orrice of the District ot Columbia, as Is
?,9IU,led b" houses numbered 1321. 1325,
l.J-i and 1329 Kenesawavenue northwest.
Terms ot sale, all cash. Each house
and the parcel of ground occupied thereby
win be first offered separately aud a de
posit of $200 will be 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
MOO will be required at the time ot
sale. Terms ot sale td be complied witn
within teu days from the day of sale,
otherwise the lot or lots will be resold
at the risk and cost ot the defaultlnc pur
chaser or purchasers. All recordlnc. con
veyanclnc. etc.. at purchaser's cost.
STEPUEN VAN WYCK.
Washington Loan and Trust Bulldinc.
FREDERICK L. SIDDONS.
Washington Loan and Trust BiUldinc
FOR SALE -$250 will buy one of the
finest little grocery stores In city; rent
store and bouse $15; fine fixtures; large
stock. COMMERCIAL. 510 F st. nw.
FOR SALE We are selling stores every
day and can sell yours quick. COM
MERCIAL, 510 F st. nw. se10-3t
FOR SALE 2 crand barroom barcains;
one at $3,00u and the other $2,000;
either one worth $5,000. COMMERCIAL,
510 F st. nw. sel0-3t
FOR SALE-Dairy. 14-gaHon route: 7
cows, 2 heifers, 2 horses, wagon, cans
and bottles. Address F.DRE3LER. Bricht
wood P. P.. D. C. se!0-3t
FOR SALE Grocery, stock and fixtures:
good cash trade: living rooms; rent $10.
Sw. cor. D and 1st. st. sw. .-elO-0t
ATTJSttTtOA lis EMOks Wanted.a lim
ited number of first-class inventions for
development; ample capital provided.
Address, with description. CAPITAL,
this office. se!0-3t
FOR SALE-Saloon, $550; 7th ct.: 0 rooms:
rent. $25; oak fixtures: cood trade.
BUSINESS EXCHANGE. 1321 F st.
FOR SALE Grocery, ee. corner Md. ave.
and 8th st. ne., $500. BUSINESS EX
CHANGE, 1321 F st. te9-3t-sra
FOR SALE -Grocery store doing good
business: cheap: drily $200; rent of store
only $15 per month. 1414 North Capitol st.
WANTED - Partner, with $500; manufac
turing business: no competition: orders on
hand will net $700 profit. Address H. II..
this office. se9-3t
FOR SALE A rarechancc;aconfectionery.
cigar and grocery store; in Trout or Ab
bott School; no opposition; good reason
for selling. 600 N. Y. ave. nw. se9-3t
FOR SALE Hotel; Laurel. Md.; whole
square of ground; on electric road;
furnished; at great sacrifice if iold this
fall. J. S. SWORMSTEDT. 913 F st.
WANTED For cash, retail cigar store
or other business having a good trade",
full particulars or no notice taken. Ad
dress CASH CIGAR, this orrice. se9-3t
IT DOESN'T MAKE any difference how
many points you think you can make, but
it makes all the difrerence in the world
how many points you do make; Just re
ceived, all tlie latest Fall Styles or men's
and boys' Hats, ranging in price from 50c
to $2.50. J. W. SELBY'S, 1903 Pa. ave.
FOR SALE Cheap; one of the best cash
grocery, meat and provision stores in
South Washington. No. 126 G St.. bet.
1st and 2d sts. sw. seS-7t-em
FOR RENT -Grocery and meat store: good
business corner: all imps.; low rent. 400
K st. ne. seS-7t-em
HALF interest in a paying lunch-room;
splendid chance for party who is willing
to take active interest; $200 required.
LUNCH-ROOM, this office. se3-3t-em
FOR SALE-Cigar store in se.; doing good
business; good reasons for selling. Ad
dreas CIGARS, this office. seS-3t
PARTNER WANTED Rare chance for
young man. with small capital to get halt
interest, in fine grocery business; monev to
be used iu stock to increase business. Call
at 215 A st. se. seS-6t
PARTY with Invention; can be uwd as
steam, compressed air, or hydraulic
motor; "would identity interest with party
with means to patent, putin practicalstiape
and on market, or would sell interest out
rightwlthname of patentee. INVENTOR,
thiBjffice. ' se8-3t
A GENTLEMAN who owns several very
desirable lots desires to meet a builder
who will build and divide the property.
Address P. O. Box 285. se8-3t
FOR SALE One ot the finest saloons on
Pennsylvania ave. Apply at 327 Pa.
ave. nw. seS-3t
WANTED A lady partner with small
capital, in grocery and confectionery
store. Address J. K., this offlce. te-i-3't
THE FINEST job printing office in the
city for Its size for sale at eacrlfice; easy
terms; best location in city aud doing good
business. Address X. X. X., this office.
FOR SALE Lunch and dlnlnc room;
central location; exceptional opportunity
for right party: small Investment required.
EXCEPTIONAL CHANCE, this office.
FOR SALE-Good, paying patent busi
ness; fine location; party retiring. Ad
drcss PATENTS, this office. seS-36
FOR SALE-Saloon on Pa. ave. nw. do
ing good business; cheap ir sold before
Oct. 1. as owner has other business. Ad
dress SALOON, this office. seS-3t
CONSERVATIVE particshavingidle money
can rind a safe and prorita.ble investment
for small and large amounts. Address
KIBST TRUST ON REALESTATF.thf.sr.f
FOR SALE-The best-paying llttln cigar
store in the nw.; will sell cheap: owuer
must leave city. Apply to C. T. YODER,
615 E st. nw. se7-3t,em
FOR SALE BICYCLES.
FOR SALE The greatest bicycle bargains
ever known: unredeemed Worlds. Ram
blers, Elgins, Dctons. and other high-grade
wheels, Tor ladles and cents, at 1-3 value:
bicycles bouchtoutright and exchanged and
taken on storage: sundries at unheard of
prices. NEW YORK CYCLE CO.. 431 9tn
st. nw. sel0-7t
FOR SALE By a young man, compelled
to leave the city, one Wilhehn bicycle;
used but 3 weeks; will sell for $12 cash.
248 3d st. nw. It
For Alexandria (week days), 6.30. 7.05,
'.35. ex.; 8.00, 8.30. ex.; 9.00. 9:50.
lO.Ou ex.; 11.00, 11.45 a. m.; 12.05, ex.;
I f l 1 I r- 1 ,rr npr .... . o .. i ' AA
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
'-"O A- M. week days - PITTSBURG EX
PRESS Parlor and Dining Cars, Harris
burg to Pittsburg.
10.5(1 A. M. PENNSYLVANTA LIMITED
1 ullman Steeping. Dining, Smoking and
Observation Cars, Harrlsburg to Chicago.
Cincinnati. Indianapolis, St. LouU, Cleve
Vimd ,aJ,d Toledo. Burret Parlor Car to
10.50 A. M. FAST LINE-Pullman Buffet
Parlor Tar to Harrisburg. Buffet Parlor
.. -"", Harriaburg to Pittsburg.
3.40 p. si. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
impress Sleeping Car Washington
to St. Louis, and Sleeping and Dining
iT.? ra J-aisburg to St. Louis, Naslivilla
-inat.CIn.c.ilu,at- and Chicago.
' 'mni iM .WESTERN EXFRESS-Pult-nn,i
V.!eep.!ns Car to I'lttsbnrg, Chicago,
i-oi. . "-'V""-- io ueveiaau. inning
n. ,.iT VT -.own- w b. 4Jiua .
tii Tii V. -"-a. ummg Car.
. !; M- PACIFIC EXPRESS-PuU-
- V If n, b,-.eePaS Car to PltUburg.
..ou A.M. for Kane, Canaudalgua, Roches
ter and Niagara Falls daily, excep
10.50 a. m.for Elmlra and Renovo daily,
except Sunday. For WUlIamsport daily.
3.4U p. m.
' o P V - for Wllliamsport. Rochester .Erie.
Luiralo and Niagara Falls dally, except
Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washington
1040 p. m.'for Erie and Elmlra dally:
for Canandaigua, Rochester, Buffalo and
nlaeura Falls. Saturdav nights only.
Pullman Sleeping Car Washington to
For Philadelphia. New York and
S0.1. .. m "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
ITEU," dally, all Parlor Cars, with Dia
J?jf 9ar from Baltimore. Regular at 7:00
(Dining Car). 8:00. 9:oO, 10:00 (DininT
Car), and 11:00 (Dining Car rrom Wll
miiigtoni a. m.. 12:45, 3:15. 4:20, 6:50,
10:00 and 11:35 p. m. On Sunday, 7:00
(Dining Car), 8:00, 9:00, 11:00 (Dlnlnz
9a.r.,rrom Wilmington) a. m.. 12:15,3:15;
r". 0:50. 10:00 and 11:35 p. m. For
Philadelphia only. Fast Express, 7:50 a
iii., week -days. Express. 12;15p.m.wee
days, 2:01 and 5:4o p m. dally. For
toston. without change, 750 a. m. wee
days and 4:20 p. m. dally.
For Baltimore. 6.25, 7.00, 7.50, -8.00.
9.00, 10.00. 10.00,andll.00a.m.,12.10.
12.45,12.50.2.01. 18.104.22.168 (4.00 Llra
ltedj. 4.20. 4.36. 5.40, 6.15, 6.50, 70.0,
10.00, 10.40, 11.15. and 11.35 p.m.
Oa Sunday, 7.00. 8.00.9.00. 9.05, 10.50.
11.00 a.m., 12.15,1.15,2.01, 3.15, 8.40
(4.00 Limited), 4.20, 5.40, 6.15, 6.50,
1.10. 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. Bundaya,
For Annapolis, 7.00, 9.00 a. m., 12.15
and 4.20 p. m. daily, except Sunday.
Sundays, 9.00 a. m. and 4.2o p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Florida
and points on Atlantic Coast Line, 4.30
a. m., 3.46 p. m. daily; Richmond only, :
10.5 a. m. week-days; Atlanta Special,
via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line,
4.40 p. m. daily. Accommodation for
Quantico, 7.45 a. m. daily, and 4.25 is.
For Atlantic City (via Delaware River
Bridge, all-rail route), 11.00 a. m., 3.13
and 11.35 p. m. daily, via Market street
wharf, 10.00 a.m. and 12.45 p.m. week
days, 11.35 p. m. daily.
For Cajie May.l 0.00, 11 .00 a. m.weekdaya;
ll.3o p. m. dailv. .
Ticket ofrices, corner Fifteenth and G
streets, and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left for U19
checking of baggage to destination from
hotels and residences.
J. B. HUTCHINSON, General Manager.
J. R. WOOD. General Passenger Agent.
Schedule In effect June 5.18S7.
Leave Washington from station corner ot
New Jersey avenue and C st.
For Chicago and Northwest, Vestlbuledl
Limited trains, 10.00, 11.45 an., 8.05
For Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapo
lis, Express, 11.45 a.m. Vestlbuled Lim
ited, 3.40 p.m., express 11.30 pjn.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express
daily 10.00 a.m. and 8.50 pan.
For Columbus, Toledo aad Detroit, 1130
Fo" Winchester and way stations, a8:00,
all :-15 a. m., a5:30 p. m.
For New Orleans, Memphis, Birmingham,
Chattanooga, Knoxville. Bristol and Roan
oke, 11:20 p. m. daily; Sleeping- Cars
For Luray, 3:40 p. ra. daily.
For Baltimore, week-days, 5:00, 6:30,
x7:05, x7:10. x7:3u. x8:00. 8:30, x9:30,
xi0:00, xl2:00 a. m., xl2:05, xl2:10.
xl2:40, x3:00, 3:20, x4:30, 4:35, X5:05,
x5:10, X5:30, x6:20, 6:30, x8:00, 8:15,
x9:20, 11U5, xll:50 p. m., and 12:01
night. Sundays, x7:05.x7:10,x7:30,8:30,
x:00 a. m., xl2:05,xl2:40, l:00,x3:00,
3:20, 4:35, x5:05. x5:10, 0:30, x8:00,
x9:20, 11:15, xll:50 p. m., xl2:01 nlghs.
For Annapoiia,7:10andS:30 a. m.,12:10
and 4:30 p. m. Sundays, 8:30 a. m., 4:35
tor Frederick, week days, 8.00 a. m.,
11.45, 4.30, 5-iO, p. ui. Sundays, 9.00
a. iu., 1-16 p. m.
'or Hagerstown, a 10.00 a. va. and
a 5.30 p. ui.
For Boyd and way points, week days.
S.00 a. m.,22.214.171.124.7.05p. m. Sundays,
9.00 a. in., 1.15. 7.05 p. m.
For Gaithersburg and way points, weaX
days. S.oo, 9.00 a. m., 12.50,3.00, 4:30,
43, 5.30, 5.35, 7.05. 11.40 p. m: Sun
days. 9.00 a. in., 1.15, 4.33, 7.03, 10:it
For Washington Junction and way points,
8.00 a. in., 4.30. 5.30 p. m., 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, 9.35 a. m., 1.30
aad 3.15 p. m.
Royal Bine Line for New Y"ork and
For Philadelphia, New York, Boston aad
the East, week-days. 7.05, 8.00, 10.00
oi., 12.00, (12.40 Dining Cars), 3.00,
15.05 Dining Car), (12.01 night, Sleeping;
Car. open at 10.00 o'clock). Sundays.
7.05,9.00 a. m.. (12.40 Dining Cars), 3.00
(5.05 Dining Car), 12.01 night. Sleeping
Car, open at 10.00 o'clock). Additional
train for Philadelphia, week-days, daily,
8.00 p. m.
Bufiet Parlor Cars on all day trains.
For Atlantlo City, 7.05, 10.00 a.m.
12.O0 noou, 12.40 and 3.00 p.m., WeeS
days, 12.40 p.m., Sundays.
For Cape May, 12.00 noon.
aExcept Sunday. xExpress trains.
Baggage called for and checked frota
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. Manager. Mgr Pass. Tratfio
(Schedule. in effect July 4, 1897.)
All trains arrive and leave Pennsylvania
S:12 a.m. Dally, local for Danville.Char
lotte and way stations, connects at Manas
sas Tor Strasburc. Harrisonburg, and
Staunton, daily, except Sunday, ana as
Lyuchhurg with the Norfolk and Western,
daily, ana with the Chesapeake and Onio
daily, for the Natural Bridge and Lex-
ln?I:5 a. m.-Daily.the UNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman buffets
sleepers, New York and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury MtH
Pullman Sleeper for Asheviile and Hofc
Springs, N. C; Knoxville. Chattanooga and
NashvilIc,Teuii., and at Charlotte withPuII
man Sleeper for Augusta. Pullman BuffeB
Sleeper New Yorkto NewOriaans. connect
ing at Atlanta for Birmingham and Mem
phis. Solid train, Washington to Xiew
Orleans without cnange. Sunset personally
conducted tourist excursion through sleeper
on this train every Wednesday to San Fran
cisco, without change
4.01 p. m. Local for Front Royal. Stras
burg and Harrisonburg, with connection for
Staunton, daily, except Sunday.
4.51 p. m. Daily. local for Charlottw-
Vl10.43 p. m.-Dally. WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN. VESTIBULED. LIM
ITED, composed of Pullman Vestlbuled
sleepers, dining cars and day coaohea.
Pullman sleepers New York to Nash
ville, Tenn., via Asheviile, 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. Vestlbuled day
coach Washington to Atlanta. Southern
Railway dining car. Greensboro to Mont-
S TRAINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington 9.01 a. nn.
dally. 1.00 p. m. and 4.45 p. m. dally, ex
cept Sunday, and 6.25 p. ro. Sunday only
fnr Rmmii Hill: 4.32 o. m. dally. excantSun-
i iiav for Leesburc. and 6.25 n ra. daily for
i Hcrndon. Returning, arrive at Washing,
i ton 8.26 a. m. and 8.40 p. m. daily, and
' 8.00 p. m. daily, excopis Sunday, from
I Round Hill, and 7.06 a. m. dally, excepi
: Sunday, from Herndon, and 8.04 a. m.
'. dally, except Sunday, from Leesbursr.
i Through trains from the South arrive as
Washington 6.42 a. m.. 2.20 p. rn. and
9.25 P- m. dally. Harrlsonburc, 13.40 p.
! m. and 9.25 p. m. dally, except Sunday,
i and 8.30 a. m. daily from ChariottesYllla.
,. -" l-UU.
' -?J- M- SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS
x uiiiiian Sleeping Cars Washington
I ItlbDUrc nnil K:.rrlcl., .n e.
TlCKeiHi sieeoinE cur reservation ana ij
formation furnished at offices, 511 am
1300 Pennsylvania, avenue, andatPeniy.
sylvanla Railroad Passencet Station.
W. H. GREEN, Gen Sapt.
J. M. CTJLP, Tratfio Manajrer. ,
"VV. A. TURK, Gen. Pass. Aneiit.
I S. BROWN, Geu. At. Puss. Dep