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THE MOBKING TIMES, W JEDS DAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 189?
JIOXET WANTED AND TO LOA N.
-A NEW TLAN-
510 TO $1,000 TO LOAN
OX HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS.
HORSES. CARRIAGES. ETC..
Without removal from possession otowor.
You can have the money the day you
apply for It- Payments on the principal,
of any amount . will be received at ua y time.
which will lessen cost of loan.
LOWEST RATES. ,,
MOST DESIRABLE TERMS.
No cost to you If loan is not made.
Please call for furtlier Information.
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO..
anll-tr-em t02 F st. nw.
LOANS from S5 to $50 to reliable partl-i:
al money advanced ou hicvohs. Koom
8, Centra. Bfdg., opr. Dili and Pa.av. n.v.
LOANS own 30 lo $50 to reliable parties.
nito money advanced on bicycles, lioom
B. Ooutrat Bldg.,cor. 9th and Pa. ave. . iiw.
H. X. FULTON'. loan office. 1218 Pa. avc
nK., money lo... -don watches, diamonds
jeweiry, snvorware, cc.
.LOANS KA.DE OK APPROVED COLLAT
eral, men as Mre policies, stocks, bonds,
tmttcais assoeiaiion shares, syndicate cor-Hflc-alus.
etc Ho delay. SlERIvLS t
HAj.i;R, Llio F et. Take elevator. if
LOANS afAI)E ON FURNITURE,
Loans made on-Furnlture, Pianos, ITorsea,
Wagoae, etc.. at lowest rales and quickest
-possible lima. Strictly coufideutlal. Pleas')
call uetr securing loans elsewhere
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
610 F street northwest.
JiONES: TO LOAN at 5 and G per cent;
security, real statein District of Coluui
bin; no delay beyeitd an Insjwctien of prop
erty and xmnIiiU'n of title. WALTER
K. AUlt.ElC.7Ul HUi fct. nw. inb2S-tf
MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 upward, at 5
and 5 1-2 per cent on D. U. real estate;
$S50, $500, etc., at 6 per cent; alt
tr&xsatKAts uadueted with economical
consideration for borrowers,
WILLIAM. IL SAUNDERS & CO.,
epl6-tl 1407 F st. nw.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED i Cireoboy towork in lunch
rowtu; o-tpane-jce preferred; rets. 5K.
9th st. It
WANTED-WMte boy, 17 or IS years old.
t leaxa Lite eug business. BROWJs'S.
7th at. aad K. I. aye. It
WAKTBD-A god meat cutter, one who
HMderbUUMtK jwcette. preferred: briug
rate. JOHN W. KOQB.iie. corner Island
Hms. n w. se!5-3t
WANTKW-2 stair ImJldCM. Kcnyon St.,
oar. 13 St.. Moaat Pleasant. .slB-at
WA NTt - A soxJ xhrefl male uook . A t
SWAIN'S. SS Pa. are, se. It
WA ST E 1 A vi rpratr on t--tsMotu panU .
Apply W. W0LF.G21 H tt- nw. (all
at one.-. It
"WAKTEtt TwowalterswHe jsiibqU house
ntaa. :XC3lANvi.. liOKEACf. 721 l:tui
WANT'EU l'ottng inaa with bicycle:
aMMxeUC Awi imnliutg. Uj work on coui
rafeitoa; ua otter. Apply wl'NDIIAJtl &.
TAP PAN, Kaal Estate. 721 13th uw.
WAKTBD-A stay barber. 22G 7Ui t-
WANTED Fir:-ctaas salesman for lul-r -
caJUag oIIk, prcaaas and siRVjulUet-". sal-
,ao- .r caniiltMMi. BOU1TAULE HE
FiyiNG CO.. Cleveland. O- j-el3-eo't--'a
WAKTao Par general worfc in ii.arkft
8tor a troHc. wiMag wtiilo boy; most
har. good refa. DOilSEY MARKET,
lot ad I fetb. lt,cm
"WAKTEU -6eeral btn. 15 or 1G years
(W, lo coliet wid deliver aftrr k ImmiI
B4HM. AtWrewi COMMlbtalOK. office.
"WANTED -A white lMy to work in drtig
tture; experieuoe preferred. SALO. tins
oTfioe. 1 t.em
WANTED A boy with experience at
coach painting; Hone oibers need apply;
& good cnawoe to comirfeic trade. Address
HL'ULE & DAVIDSON. 41S falh St. nw.
WAKTE Several fcArong. healthy men
to join urgattized Co-uiHiraU ve Protpec tin g
Comftaay to Coftper River, Alaska, next
tpruiR. tuat have SoOO. ALASKA, this
WANTED - Prters, drivers, waiters, cooks,
butters, staMetnen, dt washers, boys,
firemen, laborer: places fununOtMl until
buHkA. CITY INTELLIGENCE OFFICE,
47 lim at. kw. se!4-3C
WANTED Blacksmi Ills tliat can she
fcorue. Awtty U II. A. JONES, Ken
tagUm, 34wt.flomen' county. M1.
WAXTKM -SeticHxa for Ista1al Fire
lasarstK-e. Apply in basement, l)l7 Gnw.
WANTEO-2 eoUt-cters and 10 solicitors:
Hberat term: asm make from $20 u $30
per week. Appty, bet. S aari 9 a. 111.. at
2G Pa. ave. se. elO-7t-Mn
HELP W ANTED MALE AND
WANTED Cooks, caterers, chambermaids,
general bouworkeri,, lauttKoe. wait
er, pirtTs. drivers. buUora. dish wah rs:
taMHtMt ntaoe to get work. EXCHANGE
lUKEAL. 721 13tbnw. It
WAITED Oyauer cook, man or woman.
Can 427 llih fit. nw. feel5-3t
i"H6T-CLASS help famished: cooks, cbam
beretaMs and nurses: good ref. fur.;
ilw aearuatretrs aud dish washers. Call
i20l 0th at. hw. sel4-3tem
I SUI'I'LY the rooet reliable white a ad
guoolored male and female help in the city
Re at charge. MRS. MOORE. 300
at. wv- scli-3t
WANTED -Singers, tenors aud bassos.
Car cborua. A tally immediately BIJOU
THEATER. Box Office. Eel3-tf,e
3TKLr - V.VNTED -FEMA LE.
WAKTBD A good cook and general house --worker;
stay nights and give refs. Ap
,pty HOB F st. nw. It
WANTED Naat white girl to a-ift aL
hraeta table. Apply C23 1-2 4th st.
TTANTED -WMte girl for housework;
Xamlty of two; a good imme for a good
girl. Apply 2ia 1st st. se. Belg-3t
WAirrED-Caok. Apply after 10 o'clock
vttBreferaacat2r2 Pst.nw. it
WANTED -A girl to do general liouec-
wrwfe, who can cook: most stay nights;
"tortus refa. 161 F ft. ne. it
WANTED -A lady of good ducation and
toruill capital to push aa cdaeationlinali
tnUou yifkuug iuuidaona; profits: most Imve
CBterfwIae and bosiew5 ability. Address
OPPORTUNITY, this offiee. it
WANTED Experienced maker for
Waary dept. Call 121S G st. uw.
It WANTED -A white girl for general house
work; await faiirtly. Call 1428 Md. ave.
WJLKTED -A white girl to do light gen
. oral hoawwark; Irish preferrml. Call
SS 0 Bt. aw. sel5-3t
WANTED-Yoong ceiorvd girl to uttrsc
it baby and assist in housework. 1 3SG
Wallace place. lt
WAKTED-A white girl to take care of
Tiwo ciittdrea: wages, $B. Apply before 3
p.aa- at 62ft Maas.ave.ae. M15-3t
WANTED -Wiiite chambermaid and wall
rase; also a oaolc, in a. family of two.
B14 13th at. nw. It
WASTED -Colored 000k; wages, $14;
three in raodiy; regwhir place- Gl-1
UMih st. aw. it
WANTED CteahriBa4d lovluredi: refs.
, EXCHANGE jiUKEAU, 721 13th st. uw.
WANTED-Ojok for CwnHy of six: also
Sir! nrteen years: liglit work. EX
CMA NGE BUREAU. 721 13th nw. It
WANTED -Immediately, four ladies: ex
Iierienced iMinLaJoou makers. Call at K29
7tti st. nw., room 22. It
WANTED -White aunse for yeuug baby;
one wiilltig to assist with light duties;
other help kept; two ia faorily. Apply
early at 17Sfc S st. nw. U
WANTED A firM-clas lady stenographer;
stau experience and salary tlesired.
P. 0. Box 472. sel5-3t
WANTED At aoce. cook, chambermaid,
wiHing to do the lnundrv. 702 19th
st- nw. Call a o'docK. sel4-3t.em
WANTED An educated lad y.nol too young,
for special work requiring close atten
tion; 6 boor dally: refs.: permanent posi
tion ad fair mlary to begin. Apply in
pewon WedncMiay, at 10 o'clock, HESS,
lOWSFfit. aw., upetalra. 1 t-em
WANTED-In small family, a neat white
girl for general housework. 1019 llili
- nw. lt.em
WANTED Good rclialile woman for gen
eral housawork. Photographic Studio,
"913 Pa. ave. se 1 4-3 1
WANTED - Chambermaids, general " lwuse
workcrs.laundreKsss.nurses.seiimsLreBses, cooks, room-cleaners: places furnished till
eaRed. SHACKXEFORD'S. 427 llth sc.
TTELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED -Experienced body workers In
our litilUncry work-rooms. THE BON
WANTED -A reliable woman as cook
and to do general housework- Call alter
9. 1123 llth fct. inr. sol3-3t,cm
WANTED V hue Rill as nt.re and assist
Willi chamber work; wages moderate;
refs. Apply 162S 11 st. iiw. feel 3 3t,em
"WANTED A spilled while wmmii to dp
general housework; 1 in family. Call
at store, l'G Pierce t. nw. a-I3-3t.eni
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTElTA lady wishes a lew more en
hancements to mend .and repair family
clothes, can repair and press gents' oiotnes
equal to any tailor; ladles skirts repaired,
reljuund, cleaned and pressed and made to
look equal to new. Will do work at your
own Ikiiiic or at her home- First-class
relerencas; moderate charges- Aildres8
for three days, ENERGY, this office.
WANTED A place to do general house
work hv n ntimfiplmiL rnlnrpil woman:
rcfa. M.. 427 11th st. nw. selo-3t
nAftitu -m coiorcu wonian situation an
first-class cook; beat of references. 219
Fut. nw-. lt
WANTED By a respectable colored girl,
place as general houseworker or oham-
lierHiaid or waitress. 1U03 12th st. nw.
WANTED A place as chambermaid or
nurse. Call No. G31 Pomeroy st., bet.
G and 7. sel.r-3t
WANTED- Situations by two women lo
cook; one as first-clans cook, the olhur
to cook or do chamberwopk. Call 1017 P
st. nw. sclo 3t
WANTED By respectable while woman.
situation as Cook or laundress; no oblec-
tion to country. 700 L st-nvv lt
WANTED -A situation as general house
Vurker; good rers. Call 1425 11th st.
WANTED By colored woman, washing
and ironing by day or weeU; reft, git-en,
409 Q st. nw. Sj-'lE.:3
WANTED By colored woman, situation
as cook, wash and iron; reference given.
2219 12th si. nw. It
WANTED -Situation as Tlrsl-class cook
by resjjectablecolorcd. woman. Call 1 .133
M t rear, nw. se!5-3t
WANTED -Young lady graduate of Wash
ington High School desires position as
teacher In private family; best references
as to Qualifications, family, etc. G. E
tills office. sely-3t-eod-em
WANTED -By respectable colored girl,
plate as chambermaid or nurse. Apply
20o4 fcth st. nw. lt.em
WANTED -By a respectable woman from
VaM a place: can do anything. Call or
address 2223 Lst- 11 w. .1t-cm
WANTED -By a respectable white girl, to
assist in general housework; no trash
ing; can assist with ironing; either 111 or
out the city. Address GIRL, this olficc.
WANTED By a respectable colored wom
an, a place us eoak in first-clas family;
small fatuity. Address 1507 L St., bet.
lotto aad 18th sts. sel4-3t-cm
WANTED - By a respectable colored girl,
place to do general housework or chnm
lieriuaid; make her home in the house;
eight years last rrface; $12 month. Address
Box 1 02. thisofriec. 1 t-em
WANTED By a respectable colored wom
an, a place a cook, or to do general
iKuiMfWork. good city refs. Address No
13 Purdyoonrtun lt-em
WANTED By a respectable colored w-jiu-
an, a place as cook InNi cafe or board-
Ing-houte; good refs. 207 O st. nw. lt-mi
WANTED A situation as general house
worker; good rets. Call 1425 14th t.
nw. It, em
WANTED -By a colored laundress, wash
ing at lKiine or out. Call 90V Gth st. nw.
WANTED By a first-class girl, place
as 000k or general houseworker. call
73210th at. nw . sel 4-3 1
WANTED By respectable colored Woman
boose eleaiting; laundress; by the day;
or place as cookr etc; city refs. 228
41-2 st. sw. sel4-3t
WANTED -Washing to take home and do
by the week, 440 G 1-2 et.sw. se!4-3t
WANTED - By colored woman, washingaud
ironing; or house-cleaning; first-claas
lauiidres; ref. given. 2130 Va. ave. UW-sel4-3t
WANTED-By respectable widow vIth
child, situation as working housekeeper;
moderate salary. Address G., this office.
WAMr.u Dy 2 colored girls, washing to
lake home, and to do general housework.
Address 1405 llth st. nw. hel3-3t-em
WA.vri -Situatiou as nurse, chnmlwr
maid or waitress, by neat, respectable
white girl. Address TIDY, this office,
sel 3-3 t-em
WANTED-By a settled colored woman,
a place aa nurse or cook in small family.
Call or address 1515 M st. nw. sel3-3t
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
WANTED By a rtrong white boy, aged
IS, place to Jcaru plumbing and gas fit
ting. Address G. G. L., this offiee. sel5-3t
WANTED By young colored man. situa
tion as waiter in private family, gen
eral houhework. porter in store or driver;
do anything. Address 1013 3d st. nw.
WANTED By colored roan situation as
coachman; reference given. 2219 ,2th
st. nw. It
WANTED-By graduate of high school
aud prominent business college, situation
as amanuensis; good penman, stenographer
and typewriter; excellent references. Ad
drss STENOGRAPHER B., this officce.
WANTED -Situation hy meat cutter and
grocery clerk with refs. 498 G sc. sw.
WANTED-By young man, place as house
servaat, to drive horse and make himself
generally useful. 450 I nw. sel4-3t-em
WANTED By colored boy. work around
bouse; attend horses; country or city.
Address 3047 M st. uw. lt.em
WANTED-By frtenographer with three
years' experience, position at once. Box
333 this office. sel4-3t,em
WANTED Experienced lawyer wants po
sition in loan or resil estate office:
salary no object. Address LAWYER,
thib office. sel 4-3 1
WANTED By young Gennan. 2G vears
or age, a position as orHor; reference.
Address DRIVER F. F., this office.
sel 4-3 1
WANTED-By young man, 25 years of
age, sober and very industrious, position
to drive wagon or carriage, and care for
horse; can give good refs. and not afraid
of work. Address R. P. THOMAS, -189
M Kt.jsw. sel4-3t
WANTED-By stenographer with 5 years'
I'X.Hirienee, position at once. Address
MISS IDA Lathis office. j,el4-3t
WANTED A situation in a store or place
as doctor's driver. Address J. G. G., this
WANTED -Situation, by reliable young
colored man, to workaround house or to
drive carriage: reference. Til OS. GANTT.
109 0 st. se. sel3-3t-ein
SITI'ATH NS WANTED -MALE
THE EXCHANGE BUREAU furnishes air
kinds of help free: leferences investi
gated. 721 13th st.nw. sel3-3t
I-OR RENT Flats of Iwo rooms fur
nished or unfurnished; fdr housekeep
ing in private family, convenient to car
Hues. Capitol and Library; reasonable
rales; 232 Del. ave. ne. sei4-3t
FOR RENT 3-roQ.rh flat: all modern im
provements. 112 12thst.se. sel2-3t
FOR RENT West End Flats. 2620 K st.
nw., 4 and 5 rooms; bath, gas meter, coal
vaults, evtra storage; references remiired:
$12, S17. Apply to janitor se!2-7t
FOR RENT -924 9th st. nw.. next Mt.
V ernon Flat . lirt audiecond flat: lanre;
light; modern: r.-fs. sel0-6t
WAyTKD-HOARD AND ItOOM.
WANTED A young man desires room and
board in a family or boarding house,
good locality, where there are young peo
ple. Address, giving rates ami particulars,
GOVERNMENT CLERK, this office.
FOR RENT -TwoG-room cottages, with an
acre of land each; barns and excellent
vater; at Pallston, 2 miles from city 011
electric railroad: or will sell on easy terms;
also, building lots for sale, $5 down aud
$1 per week. JAMES E. CLEMENTS.
1321 F st. nw. sel-0tr
FOH RENT- STABLES.
FOR RENT- Brick stable rear oFlloTTlOuT
st- nw.; "S4 per mouth
FOR RENT HOOMh.
POrTcENT 3Targe airy rooms, fur. with
imth nnri n. m. i.: front room has large
.porch ou 2d floor; mar Medical Museum,
National Muneum anu r isu ouiuM.imii ""
a than way from Bureau of hugraving and
Pruittng. Call or address 034 B st. sw.
FOR RENT-At 220 Ind. ave. nw., pleua-
ant rur. front and back rooms; board It
desired; reasonable rates. sclo-3t
FOR RENT- A large desirn5le from room.
2d floor; hent and gas; $10 per mu-itu.
940 L st. nw. t
FOR RBNT-Front haU room, furnished;
S:t nor innnr.h! (rentlemen only- 91" L
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room; heat,
gas and bath; private family; convenient
lo Llbrary;geatlemau, $G per month. 130
is st. no.
FOR RENT -Double parlor, unfur.; reas
onable. 1256 Sth st. nw. 6elD-3t
FOR RENT -Cheap; large, nicely fur.
rooms for light housekeeping. 31fi Mo.
ave. eel Q-3 1
FOR RENT-3 furnished rooms, with aras.
heat and bath, together or singly; low
rent. 444 1-2 H St. nw.,nexttostore.
FOR RENT On Capitol Hill, one block
from New Library, 3 fur. rooms; first
floor; batli same floor. Also 1 unfur.
room: first floor. Apply at 320 2d st.se.
FOR RENT A pleasant front room on
second floor, facing park, SG per month
or S4 each for two. G23 1-2 4th st. uw.
FOR RENT -Nicely furnished, 2d-storyf ront
room; $15; 3d-story front to gentleman,
$8 per mo. 821 13th st.nw. sel4-3t-em
BEAUTIFUL rooms, near Capitol; fur
nished or unrurnlsned; witn excellent
board; at very reasonable terms- 114 C
st. ne. M)14-3t-em
FOR RENT -Fur. rooms.
203 G st, nw.
FOR RENT By German family, two large
pleasant furnished rooms; excellent hoard:
price moderate. 1224 I st. nw. eel 4 3t
FOR RENT-4 rooms; $8.
FOR RENT 925 H st. nw.: large nicely
furnished front room, with bay window,
ou second floor: bath ou same floor; also
pleasant hall room on third floor. se!4-3t
FOR RENT -Fur. 2d-story front room;
every convenience: very reasonable; suit
able for one or two gentlemen . 1225 L
st. nw. scl4-?.c
FOR RENT Large, coin, parlors: bay
window; heat, bath; all conveniences.
together or separate; cheap. 215 9th
st. sw., near Smithsonian Park, sel 4-3 1
FOR RENT -One
F st. nw.
furnished room. :14
eel 4-7 1
FOR RENT-Large room; with or with
out board; very cheap. 418 2d st. uw.
FOR RENT Nice, large, furnished fiont
room; with balcony; no children; line
location: $11. 1131 llth at. uw.
FOR RENT Newly fuv. rooms in a first
class modern house: central location;
terma.low. 100G M st. nw. sel 4-3t
FOR RENT -Fur. rooms for light house
kecping; a. in. i.l2u C st.nw. seld-3t
FOR RENT-Fur., in elegant new south
front house.newly fur. rooms; .'ili.Slijati'l
$12; all m. i.; no housekeeping allowed:
refs. exchanged. OWNER, 221 E st. uw.
FuK Uiv.T-l large front room, furnished;
heat and gas. 621 11 st-nw. sel3-3t-cm
FOR RENT -turulshed looms; everything
strictly first-class: from $1 .50 per week
up. 502 10th st.nw. sel3-6t-em
FOR RENT -2d floor, 2 rooms, centrally
located: light housekeeping. If desired.
711 5th st. nw. sel 3-3t-em
FOR RENT-1 neatly furnished room: 2
or 3 unfurnished rooms; southern ex
posure. 416 B st. ne. scl3-3t-em
FOR RENT -Large, 2d-story front room,
southern exposure, overlooking park;
handsomely furnished; with board. 805
K st. nw. 1 3-3t-em
Full RENT -Nicely rur. room, 2d floor:
opens on a veranda; $1.50 a week: board
If desired. 12 Gth st. ne., near E. Capitol
sc. cars and Capitol. sc!2-7t
FOR RENT Desirable fur. front rooms;
lot- and 2d floors; single or en suite;
transient accommodated. 918 N- Y. ave.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms: uricc from
S5 to$ir; nelgbtorhoodrirat-class. 1013
lGtb st. uw. sell-7t
FOR RENT 3 nicely furnished rooms; 2
communicating; also parlor floor; con
venient to Metropolitan and Avenue cars,
Capitol and Library. 154 E.Cap. st.. cor
ner 2d st. se7-9t-em
F0RRENT Nicely rurnished back par
lor aud ballroom, with use of front parlor
and piano: heat, gas and bath; $10 per
month. 1720 Sth at. nw. se2-tf
FOR HI VT I'NFTTRNISHKD ROOMS
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, second
floor: heat and gas. 123 F st. ne.
FOR RENT Three large rooms in new
brick house; all clean aud Ire'sh; modern
style; unfur.; second rioor; bathroom same
floor; water, gas and heal; free. No.
812 6th st. nw.
FOR RENT Eight rooms of 12-room
house: 4 1st floor; 4 3u floor; 2nd floor
occupied by married couple; lovely neigh
borhood: very convenient; reasonable rent
to family furnishing good refs. 303 M st.
FOR RENT-Unfur. 2 rooms, $12, and 2
rooms, $10; delightful; communicating;
bath, gas and heat- 413 N. Y. ave.
sel 5-3 1
rooms on third
llth st. nw., 3 unfur.
FOR RENT -Unfurnished, 706 13th St.
nw., large, communicating, 2-floor
rooms, suitable fordoc-tor or dentist;location
FOR RENT Two large unfurnished rooms:
on second floor: with bath, heat, and
light: communicating with private hall.
729 Gth st. ne.
FOR RENT-517 2d
nw.; 3 unfur.
rooms, 3d floor; water on same floor; heat
and gas; furnished price, $15; 2 large
nicely furnished rooms on 2d floor; price
$10 and $12. el4-6t
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms on
2d floor; with private bath and heat;
liair-square from Patent Office. 720 Sell
st. mv. se!4-3t
FOR RENT -2 unfur. rooms: newly pn
pered; heat, gas and bath: suitable for
light housekeeping; rent reasonable. Call
G22 3d st. ne. Sell-3t
FOR .CENT 2 unfurnished rooms, $6.
3004 Schools:.. Mt.Pleasant. sel3-3t-o.ii
FOR RENT-Unfur. rooms: 2d-story com.
rooms, with bath, for light housekeeping.
No. 3 K st. ne. sel-Gl,em
FOR RE NT-2 large unfur. looms: 2d floor;
bain on same floor. No. 3 K st. ne.
Second floor of
bath, with privileges; $7.
FOR RENT-Unfur., lst or 3d floor; 3
rooms each; very desirable. Call after 4
p. in., 210 C st. nw. te!3-3t
WANTED By young man. room; west or
14lli bt.; state price. G. C. U., this
WANTED 3 rooms, unfurnished: gas, heat
and bath: with non-inquislttvepeop'e. state
particulars. Address EASTERN SECTION,
tins office. It
WANTED 4- rooms for light housekeep
ing, bet. 4th aud L4lh and G and M sts
or -.,iau house, with store, by October 1:
terms moderate. Address PERMANENT,
this office. it
WANTED -October 15 or November 1, ten
blocks Trom Patent Office, two commu
nicating first or second floor rooms, un
furuixhed or nicely carpeted: state lowest
terms, with or without Uonrd. Address
REASONABLE, this office. se 15-36
WANTED-By a young couple, S or 4
2d-floor, unfurnished rooms for light
housekeeping; Capitol Hill: northeast pre
ferred: must be reasonable. Address H
L . W., thisoffice. sel4-3t-em
WANTED -Four or five unfur. rooms: suita
ble for light housekeeping; light aud
heat- Address, stating terms, FAMILY
TU REE, thisoffice. se!4-3t ,em
WANTED -Fur. room, with privileges,
ne., where people attend to their own
affairs; must be first-clas.s and quiet.
Address, giving terms aud particulars,
REFINED, this office. se!4-3t;
WANTED Gentleman and wife desire
3 unfurnished rooms, with heat and
gas; cook by gas; stnto price; must le
reasonable. Address J. S. Z., this offic
WANTED -3 or 4 communicating rooms
for small Tamlly at once. Address M. this
WANTED -A tricycle suitable for a girl
fiyearsold. Address H.R.,tnisorf Ice. It
FOR SALE Cigars and stationery Btore
in- southeast sectjoji,,. For further par
ticulars Inquire of M.r,L.COLLARD,937 1-2
D st. nw. f iL'5t
FOR SALE-Half hterpk established pay
ing patent business?.- good chance for
youug man. PATENjJSB, this office.
WANTED -Young man with $75 to take
half interest in good, sound, legitimate,
paying business; reference required; over
$20 per week assufeilr Address LEGIT
IMATE, this office. It
WANTED -Partner; sober, active and re
liable; with $300 can find a very, very
rare chance Tor business. Address MONOP
OLY, this office; Eel 5 3t
FOR SALE -Cheap for cash, stock anil fix
turcs' of grocery, meat aud provision
6torc; ' monthly salcd $760; no reason
able' offer refused if sold at once; cor.
14th and F fits. n W. L. MANTZ.
FOR HALE Saloon, $1,250; near 7th st
and Pa. ave. nw.; leased. BUSINESS
EXCHANGE, 1321 F St. telB-3t
WANTEDSaloons, groceries, lunch rooms,
cigar stores, etc.. for cash buyers. FUL
TON R. GORDON, Business Exchange.
1321 F st. be 1 5-3 1
FOR SALE Grocery; se. cor. 8th and
Md. avc. ne.; $500; make offer. P.L'Sl-
NESS EXCHANGE. 1321F st. f.el5-3t
FOR SALE Bargain" In gasoline route:
horse, wngon and cans, complete: will
clear $75 every month: very cheap. COM
MERCIAL. 510 F fit, nw. sel4-3t
FOR SALE Bakery.iu good locatlon.oheap.
314 E. Cap, st. se!4-3t,cm
FOR SALE-Grand bargain in gro-.-ery,
confectionery and cigar store; rine lo
cation, nw.; fine showcases and fixtures,
rent $15, store and three rooms: must sill
at once: price $250; worth $5Q0. COM.
MERCIAL, 510 F st. nw. se!4-3t
$1,000 cash, balance on time, will buy
property worth S7.000: tenanted and
renting for $59 per month. Address
OWNER B. this office. sel-l-5t
FOR SALE Grocery and provision store
doing a first-class cash business; will s?ll
cheap: good reason given for selling.
Address PROVISION, this office, fcel-1-7 1
FOR SALE Suburban licensed house:
good business; only cash buyers need
answer. S. M. G., this office.
FOR SALE $200 will buy a paylng.cen-
trally located lunchroom; fixtures .worth
Sloo: act quick if you want bargain 015
F st- nw. felg-3t,cm
FOR SALE An old established millinery
and fancy goods store; rent cheap; reason
for selling, sickness. luqulre 027 Pa. ave.
se. sel 3 -3 t-em
FOR SALE-Grocery and provision store:
doing gMod business; must be sold; 16u
cash, if sold Immediately; store, dwelling
and stable rent for $15 per month. 1414
N. Cap, st. scl3-3t-em
WANTED Live man, with $1,500, to take
half interest in livery stable; paying.
II. II. If., this office- sel3-.it
FOR SALE-Cigar aud confectionery store
doing good business; suitable for lady
or geut. 319 4 1-2 St. sw. sel 3-3t
FOR SALE Grocery, stock and fixtures:
good cash traUe; living rooms; rent $10.
Sw. cor. D and 1M. at. sw. sclO-Ot
FOR SALE -Cheap; one of tee Dest cash
grocery, meat and provislou stores in
South WashinKUJU. No. 12C G st.. bet
lst and 2d sts. sw se8-7trem
FOR RENT Grocery and meat store; good
business corner, all Imps.; low rent. 40o
K st. ne. seS-Tt-em
NOW for a hot bunch; Just received 100
pairs of men's swell pants; -they must
go quick: your pick. $1.00; car fare free.
At SELBY. 1903 Pa-qave. selo-Gt
FROM the beginning of creation one
point at a lime has been the law of
nature. Boys' overalls, with suspenders,
25c; men's. 50c. -AfSELBY'S, 15(03 Pa.
ave. nw. Car fare' free. tel 5-6t
INCULCATE the tiu,tefi of the eagle into
tiie mtidturtle and hishappiness is ended.
He can neither reach-what he wants, nor
enjoy what he has. JMeu's Blue Flannel
Middlesex Suits, all-wool, were $10 and
$12, now $G.75; all- warned suits, wore $1 2
and $15, now $7.50: lo close out $e(.50 and
$10 suits, in broken frizes, at $-1 and $5.
All summer stock at'lialf price. SELBY 'S,
1903 Pa. ave. nw. sel5-0t
ONE point may penetrate the buying
vitals. Tliose 3cf Percale Shirts ut
SELBl'S willpenetrate your.; that were $1,
75c and 50c. 1903 Pa. ave. nw. Car
fare free. tel5-t
SMALL sizes Ladles. Hand-sewed Shoes:
sizes 2, 2 1-2, 3, 31-2 and 4: your
choice $1.0t): formarly sold at ,3.50 anu $! .
Matte by Evltt &. Bro, Baltimore. Md.. at
SELBY'S, 1903 Pa. ave. nw. Car fare
WANTED A farm to take charge of for
the winter; will also do carpenter's work
cheap by the month. Address CARPEN
TER, Takoma, D.C. u.l5-3t
WANTED -Lady will give $50 to anj oue
who will get her a permanent position
paying from $25 to $40 a month. Ad
dress BOX 335, this office. 16
WASHINGTON HAVANA SHORTS -2 for
5c, as good as any oceigar; or 50c a box.
NAT. CIGAR FACTORY, loll Pa. avc.
LET US GIVE YOU an estimate of the
cost of any Interior Decorating you
want done. We do finest work-ask very
small prices. Rooms papered with rich,
stylish paper, only $2 up. F. G. N'OLTE.
810 9th st. No branrh. sel4-tf
LACE CURTAINS laundered equal to new;
no lime; 3uc per pair. 711 Sth st- uw.
FIRST-class laundry: all kinds of house
work aud t leuntng done at nhort noiice-LAt-RA
RAMSEY, 1512 12th st. nw.
LACE CURTAINS laundered equal to
new, 40c per pair. D03 E nw.
KEEP TO THE RIGHT -Cyclists should
get our latest hit and use it for their
mutual protection Low-priced, high-grade
printing is my hobbv. PARK, 920 F.
WALL PAPERS -Latest styles; rooms pa
pered from $2 up. CHAS.S1LENCE.1341
I st. ne., or 237 11 ne. sel2-6t
LACE CURTAINS Send your lace cur
tains to the Capital Steam Laundry, 512
Sth st. nw.: all hand-work on curtains anil
blankets; blankets guaranteed not to bo
shrunken. MRS. M. A. WEAVER, Prop.
FOR ADOPTION A bright, healthy baby
boy. Address C... this office. Fel0-7t
OUR TRICES for interior decorating are
jvonderfully low; easily the lowest in
town, we think. Butour workis thefinest
that skill and good taste can fimsn. Rooms
papered, $2 up. F. G. NOLTE, 8lO fit Ji
st. No branch. se9-tf
WILL bELL your furniture; will store
your rumtture; will accommodate you
wun a loan on same; no interest charged;
liberal dealing; drop postal and will call
MARCUS NOTES, 037 La. ave. au20-lmo
FURNITURE moved; largest MiorseToa,
$2.50; l-hor&o loads, $1.25; pianos. 2:
rurniture packed and shipped; experienced
men only; storage. COLUMBIA TRANS
FER CO., 323 4 1-2 st. nw. rnone luoo
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
Printing 500 cards, 75c; 500 envelopes,
75c; boo note heads, 75c; 500 state
ments, 75c: binding mugazl-ies, 50o.,
miscellaneous books tebounO. G. E.
w iLLiAAia. 615 7tu st. nw. tea-tr
AT THIS Business Urnco of Tne Time"?
you wlB find Window Cards of all de
scriptions '"Table Board, ' "Furnished 01
Unfurnished Rooms.' Unfurnished Rooms,"
"Furnished Rooms. With or Withcu
Board.'' "Eurnisiied Booms, With Board,"
"Furnished Rooms." Flvo cents is tho
price of each card. ap21-tf
ROOMS AND BOARD.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms; good
board; price moderate; convenient to car
liti'-s: excellent neighborhood. 908 M
st. nw. It
FOR RENT-Second parlor, fur., with
board, for acoupluor two gentlemen; $35
a month; ricniy papered; cabinet mantel;
fc'M3(l m winter by furnace; private fam
ily. No. 3338 P st. nw. sel.vn
FOR RENT -Fur., large 2-story room,
with board, for 2 gentlemen. 457 M
st. nw. sel4-3t
ROOMS AND BOARD Excellent i-oard, 2
In room, $36 and $40 per month; private
family; cars pass door; home comroris-
136 C st. ne. el3-3t-eiu
THE TEMPLAR, 207 Pa. ave.. excellent
rooms aad board; from $-1 to $6 per
week. al C-7C
REDUCED RATES -Rooms nutl Loaru, $15
and $18 per month; 1 block rrotu City
Hall; 011 Metropolitan car line; table hoard.
S3 per week. INDIANA HOUSE, corner
3d and Ind. ave. nw. seS-7t-em
FOR SALE FARM.
FOR SALE Farm; 20 miles from Wash
ington: on Alexandria and Fredericks
burg Railroad. Address J. SPK1NUMAN.
Sprlngman, Va- ec5-2w
FOR 8ALK AND HEST.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN,
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN.017F-ST.NW.
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
.. .. .- Per foot.
16th st.bot P and Q nw $
sEa.n(i? l ave, near IowaCircIe..
R st, bet 19th and 20th hw 3 50
N J ave and 9th st nw - 2 50
0 st, bet 21st and 22d nw 2 00
4X.fct' 1t1' 21t and 2d nw. ...-..-....- -1 25
Wlllard st, bet 17th and 18th. T
and U 175
24th Bt, but Land M nw 1 50
Sumner alley, bet 16th and 17th,
L und M nw l 25
19th St. bet Band F nw 125
Va ave, bet 27th and 28th nw GO
D st, bet 18th and 19th nw 50
K st, bet 13th and 14th se 30
!8thandA stsse 30
Frame cottage, 10th and Providence
sis, urooKiunu .
Frame cottage, Piney Branch road.
2 rruiuc cottages, Uarewood road.
3 brick houses, Pleasant Plains-
Lots at Autroy Heights, Md.
Lots at Berwiu Heights, Md
Lots ut Charlton Heights, Md
Lots at Tenloytown
Lots at Tunlnw road
LotB at Rosslyn, Va
Lota at Trinidad
Lots at Takcma Park
Lots at Sligo, Md
nOUSES FOR RENT.
. 35 00
. 26 50
. 28 30
. 25 00
. 25 00
. 23 00
. 16 00
. 15 00
. 14 30
.. 15 00
. 14 00
.. 12 00
.. 12 00
. 10 30
. 10 00
2220 Paavs nw, 12 rms
810 NC avese (partly fur), 8 rms.
2209 13th st. tiw.O rms
1449 S st nw, 7 rms
Upper part 1G03 7th st nw, 7 rms.
1510 p st nw, 4 rms
1S31 Vt ave nw, 8 rrns
47 Defreesst nw, 6 rms
37 and 41 Myrtle st no, 7 rms...
59, 01, 63 and 05 L st nw, G nns.
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 nns ,
411 Sth st sw, 6 rms ,
2904 7th st nw,6 rms
603 Florence st ne, 6 rms ,
921 12th st se, 6 rms
703 L st se, 7 rms
1111 10th st se. 0 rms
The above Is only a portion or the prop
erty on my books. For full list call at
office for bulletin. Issued on the 1st and
15th. THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN.
017 F street northwest.
FOR RENT DOUSI23.
FOR RENT $30; No! 310 nTc. avc. se.,
7 rooms, a. m. 1.; 20 feet front, near new
$25 Store and dwelling, No. 1230 llth
st- se., 7 rooms, store and large stable, a.
111. 1. C T. YODER, G15 E st. nw . sel5-7t
FOR RENT Cheap and comfortable homes,
5 rooms and cellar; deep lot and stable.
2910 7th st. nw., SU3 : 2918. S12. J.
CHESTER, Room 19. G15 14th st. nw.
FOR RENT-'! hehandbome new house 325
Elmst., Le Droit Park; 6 rooms, bath, re
ception hall. concreted cellar, cahinct man
tels, etc.; all rooms and halls heated by
rurnace: open daily for Inspection; S20.30.
CHARLES E. BANES, 14th and G Ms. nw.
FOR RENT-404 1-2 and 40G lst st. nw..
three-story, 8 rooms; bath: cellar; regu
lar gems; $30. ROBERT COHEN, owner,
shoe store, 630 Pa. ave. seS-7t,em
FOR SALE New six room house; 4 1-2
acres; on high elevation; on public road;
good neighborhood; near to Takoma and
Silver Springs. Address OWNER R.,
Takoma Park Pp., D. G. It
FOR SALE Three frame dwellings on
Ctu St.. bet. N and O nw.; 40x100 to
alley; rent $39.90; price $6,000. JAS.
F. BROWN, 930 F st. nw. sel4-3t,em
! FOR SALE- Two bootblack chairs; al
most new; one black and white En
glish setter dog: Nmall puppy, black and
-tan. Apply NATIONAL THEATER BAR
BER SUOP. elo-3t
FOit tALc Two thoroughbred pointer
dogs; cheap: ready to break; good match.
Apply at 723 E. Cap, st. e!5-5t
FOR SALE- The f urnitureof an Army off 1
cer from Fort Myer; elegant bedroom
suite, cost tnh.t, toi SCi.T, siueu.ar.i, i...
cost $35; chiffonier, $15, cost $40; oak
folding bed and hair mattress, $12: hair
mattress, S3; 3 oak bedroom suits, $9.50,
$12 and $14; I walnut suite. $12; 3 other
sets, S7; dishes, curtains, what-not. bird
cages, bookshelves, matting, pretty and odd
shaped center tables, 2 folding beds at 53
each; 1 at $6; large wardrobe, S5; white
iron beds, springs and mattresses: very
handsome ottoman, clocks, lamps, bicycle,
wheelbarrow , commodes, letter files, toilet
sets, odd beds; must be sold this week. 1721
Pa- ave. nw. ; down stairs. sel4-3t-em
FOR SALE At reasonable price, white
enameled bras-trmimed single bed with
springs and n:attress: also Brussels stair
carpet." 1254 8th st. nw. lt.em
FOR SALE Horse, cart, and harness;
also portable oven, wagon, and bake
house fixtures. Apply 725 8th st. se.
FOR SALE 1 cut-under surrey. 2 side
bar buggies, 2 phaetons, 1 Gagger
wagon, 1 delivery wagou, 1 light set
double harness. We also have a new lot
of harness of all descriptions, new and
second-hand. 211 llth st. nw. sel4-7t
FOR SALE Second-hand Singer sew
ing maohiue; in first-class oruer. will
guarantee; suitable for tailor or shoe
maker; worth $15, will aell for $6 cash.
655 N. Y. ave. nw. se!4-3t
FOR SALE -Fixtures for 3-chair barber
shop at a bargain; no reasonable offer
rcfu.sed. 34 11st. nc. sel4-3t
FOR SALE Good second-hand wagon and
harness; cheap for cash. -113 O st. uw.
FOR SALE-Chickering piano, seven oc
taves; in fine condition; good tone. $90,
easy payments; piano at 1000 2-ith st.
nw. Address M.. 2729 Pst-sel3-3t-c.ni
FOR SALE Milk wagon, side door; new;
cost $125; hand-made, used one trip;
$65. 316 Pa. ave. nw. sel3-3t
FOR SALE A fine Emerson square grand
piano; cheap. Inquire at No. 1739 llth
st. nw. sel3-3t
FOR S A LE A self-playing orchestrone and
40 rolls of music: cost S250. will sell for
$75; a rare bargain. Call at 1315 7th
st. nw. : el 3-7 t-em
FOR SALE-10 Virginia horses; workers,
drivers and saddlers. Can be seeu at
72b wminey ave. nw.,FRED JOHNSON.
FOR SALL-Party breaking up house will
sell household elfects at auction prices;
call after 4 p. m.. 326 T st. nw.
FOR SALE Young Cuban and Mexican par
rots, monkeys, gold fishes, dogs, pigeona,
cana-ies. incubators, sprat ts and Austin's
dog bread; send for catalogue. SCHMID'S
BIRD STORE, 712 1 2th st. nw au4-tf
FOR SALE -$2.98 for a 6-ft. oak exten
sion table; lounges, $2.50; gasoline
stoves, DOcweek; parlor and bedroom suites,
$1 per week. REDMOND'S OnEAP CASH
AND CREDIT HOUSE, 313 7th st. nw.
SEWING MACHINES A few more 'left;
to be closed out at half urice; high irrade
makes only. NEWMAN'S, 611 7lb st.nw.
FOR SALE Fresh cows; always oa hand;
would also exchange for dry cows. JNO.
DENEKAS, 3510 Brightwood ave,
FOR SALE -Austin's and Spratt's fresh
dog cakes; also Glover's dojj medicines;
pamphlet on dogs' and birds diseases free;
birds 7ind animals mounted by expert tax
idermist. SCHMID'S BIRD STORE, 712
12th st. nw. au21-tf
FOR SALE- BICYCLES.
FOR SALE Good man's wheel; cheap,
$16. Call at 405 18th st. nw. &el5-3t
FOR SALE-0 ladies', 5 gents' and 1
comhiuu'ion lanueiu bicycles; Falcons;
all in perfect order; must be sold at once;
$20 to $25. G. B. VAN NEST, Adminis
trator, 1236 12th st. nw. sel4-7t-em
FOR SALE The greatest bicycle bargains
ever known; unredeemed Worlds. Kmn.
biers, Elgins. Dctons. and other high-grade"
wnceis. lor mines anu g;nts, at 1-3 value:
bicycles bone.htoutrii.ht. and exchanged and
taken on storage: sundries at unheard or
price. NEW YORK CYCLE CO.. 434 9tn
st. 11 w. sel0-7t
FOR SAI.K-nORSEM cfc CARRIAGE.
FOR SALE A sidebar Babcock bmrirv
and harness; -as good as new; will be.
sold cneap; aiso pony --nu cart; Kind and
gentle. In rear 612 G st.nw. sel-3t
FOR SALE 2 wagons, 2 buggies, 2 Bur
ries,l trap, 6 sleighs; also 2 cheap horses;
these goods urs lef t-to he sold; nothing In
reason refused. 927 D st., next Merchants'
Parcel Delivery Co Jy29-tf-em
VVA2TEr POSTAGE STAMPS.
"WANTED- For cash, all kinds orold United
States postage and department stumps;
collections also bought. H. F. DUNK
HOK8T, 100& 7th at. nw. nu9-tr
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13 1-2 St. & Pa. Ave.
In Effect May 9, 1897.
, For Alexandria (week days), 6.30. 7.05,
7.35. ex.; 8.00. 8.30, ex.; 9.00. 9:50,
10.05 ex.; 11.00, 11.45 a. m.; 12.05. ex.;
12.20, 1.15, 1.45, 2.05. ex.; 2.40, 3.00,
ex.; 3.30, 4.00. ex.; 4.15, ex.; 4.45. 5.05.
5.20, ex.; 5.40. 6.05, ex.; 6.25. 7.00, 8.00.
9.00, 10.00. 11.20. 11.50 p. in.
Por 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, 4.30. 5.00, 5.30. 6.00,
6.30,7.00, 8.00,9.00. 10.00, 11.20 p.m.
For Mount Veruoa.Dvke and WavStations
(week days), 6.30, 10.05. .11.00 a. in.
12.05, 1.15, 2.05. 3.00. 4.00. 4.15 p. m.
For Dyke and Riverside. 7.00. 8.00 o.m.
ror Mount Vernon and Wav Stations.
(Sunday only), 9.00, 11.00 a. m.. 2.00,
4.00 p. m. '
For Arlington aad Anueduct Bridge
(week days), 8.00. 8.30. 9-00. 10.05.1 1 .00,
11.45 a. m., 12.05, 12.20. 1.15.2.00.2.10,
3.00, 3.30, 4.00. 4.15. 5.20. 0.05. o.25:
7.00, 8.00 p. in.
lor Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge
(Sunday only, 8.00, 9.00, 10.00, 10.30,
11.00, 11.30, a. 111., 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
Baggage checked free for passengers
holding first-class tickets at Station. Bi
cycles, 25 cents each.
PROF. CLAY Oldest established medium
advertising in this city; consult him on
business, lawsuits, divorce, speculations,
separations, love or family troubles; can
ted i'oa anything you wish to know; brings
separated liusbaudand wife together; makes
sweetheart or lover true; causes marriages;
removes sp.lM or mysterious reelings; gives
luck; fee, 50 cents; hours. 10 to 10 dully.
489 II st. sw. sel 4-3t-em
of Providence, R. I., Test and Business
Medium, tells you just what you .Wish
to know without asking yu any ques
tions; gives you full names; satisfaction
guaranteed; after others have failed try
him; positively for a short time only;
sittings daily at 58 H st. nw. Ladies,
50 cents; gentlemen, $1. Hours, 10 a.
ui. to 8 p. in.
Test circle every Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Bracken will both give
tests and show spirit faces; 25 cents.
Mrs. Bracken, test and businpss medium:
also slate writing medium; sittings daily
at 08 H st. nw.; ladies, 50 cents.
If you wish to consult a medium, why
not see the best?
The Master Mind of
The Exponent of High-Grade
Will give you truthful and reliable infor
mation and auviee ou business affairs,
marriage, love, divorces, separations, pen
slon, ueeus. wills, lawsuits, travels, lost
or stolen property, etc.; namos given, no
matter what trouble 5"ou may have, call ou
this gifted woman; she can help you out of
all difficulties; absolute satisfaction guar-ante.-a:
'u'riiiiin aim English spoken. Kesi
dence. 1303 G st. nvv sel3-l.no
MADAME RETTA, clairvoyant, medium.
aud card reader, 25c and uOc. No. 510
E at. nw. sel4-7t
PORT RAITS -I will make and deliver a
free-hand crayon or pastel portrait, with
frame (8 different styles r on payment of
$1 per week; no charge unlesssaUsfactory:
best reference in Washington given. Send
postal and 1 will call' with specimen. ART
IST, this office. sel5-5t
TAKE a tumble to yourselC-a 'fall" suit
is now necessary. We have 'em; ele
gant ones, custom made aud only a' "trifle"
worn, at figures that'll please all hands.
Keep this in vour head. JUSTH'S OLD
STAND. 619 D St. nw. se!4-lw
IT IS wrong for any person who has been
given a bicycle racket "My Sweetheart"
Cigarettes to use the blackboard which ts
attached to advertise any cigarettes or
tobacco made by the "trust." who huve
been fighting for years all cigarettes not
made by the trust. We do not object foe
anyone to use it Tor any other merchandise
with My Sweetheart Cigarettes. E. GROS.
A gent; sel 4-3t
MISS SCHWAHN, magnetic treat-incut. 10
a. m. to 10 p. in. 319 1-2 Mo. ave. For
ladies and gentlemen. se!3-3t
GENTLEMEN, ATTENTION-Sults and
overcoats made to order; best custom
work: first-class fit guarauteed; credit if
you desire: easy weekly or monthly pay
ments; business strictly confidential. Ad
dress PHOENIX TAILORING CO., this of
MME. DAVIS, born Clairvoyatit :vid card
reader; tells about business; removes
spells and evil influences; reunites the
separated, and gives luck to all; cures
piles and drunkenness. 1228 25th st. nw.
Medium and card reader; Washington's
most famous clairvoyant and palmist; con
sult her on business, love and family af
fairs: reunites the separated: remove.- spells:
canses speedy marriages, and gives good
luck; open daily; German spoken; 23c and
50c. 929 H St. nw. se7-14t
THE "3 DAYS" CURE (for men) leads
all remedies in ibis city: a prompt and
pernjancnt cure or no che.rge", consultation
tree. DR. McKEEHAN, 716 12th st. nw.
IU2 p 512 13th St. N.W.
Treats and cures all private diseases.
Emissions. Varicocele, Hjdrocele, Strict
sire, I in potency, Blood Poison and Lost
Mauhood. Consultation free.
Hours 9 to 5, except Sunday.
In obstetrics; gold medal awarded for the
science of obstetrics from fhe University
of Munich, Bavaria; treats successfully
woman's complaints and irregularities; pri
vate sanitarium for ladies before and dur
ing confinement Office hours from 10 a.
m- to 5 p. m., No. 8 7th st. ne.
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
uuu street -Nortuwesr.
Gold fillings and bridgo work n spe
cialty, at the lowest puce; amalgam nll
lngs, 50c; full sets of teeth on plates, $5;
extracting, either by gas or local spray,
absolutely painless, 50c; without, 2ic; all
work dono by experts, and guaranteed the
best; open on Sundays from 10 to 3
EXZPEKT SPECIALIST in tha
cure of all private diseases. Hydrocele
Varicocele, Stricture, ImpotPncy, aud
Syphilitic Diseases positively cured. Ad
vice and Consultation ! ree. Both Sexes.
Hours, u to 12. 2 to 5; Tues.. Thurs , and
Bat. evenings, 7 to 8. No. 003 F st. nw.
(Closed Sunday.) jel5-l
WANT ED 5! ISCELLANEOT79.
WANTED At the Mg seer m d-h and
store, SINCLAIR'S, 626 La. ave., show
cases, store fixtures, cook stoves aud furni
ture of all kinds; money advanced on stor
age without interest-. Attend our Tues
day auction sale. &el5-0t
WANTED -To buy good second-hand Day
ton; give cash prict?; must be cheap. Ad
dress G. G. L. , this office. selo-3t
WANTED -Pool tabic; terms
Address POOL, thisoffice.
WANTED Upright piano in exchange for
my interest in building lot on electric
line, or as first payment on city house, 6
room.--, iiuuress ownc.it r ., tins office
WANTED-1 billiard and 3 pool table
cneap. Address u. if. v ., this office.
WANTED -Washing and ironing to do at
home; ladies or gentlemen's flnnnels.
1743 Oregon ave. nw. sel 4-3t-em
WANTED-Upright counter show case,
with glass shelves. 617 12th st. nw.
WANTED -Milk route, 10 to 15 gallons;
stat? price and nil particulars Ad
ders FEN, this office sel 4-3 1
WANTED Caligraph typewriter, state
lowest price. Address II. W. A., this
WANTED-Outfit for a dairy Inrtchroom.
Address J. S., this office. sell-3t
WANTED Seven hot-bed sash, glaz.d,
about 3x5 feet; must b.s In good eon-jl-tioa
aud cheap for cash. SASH, this of
fice, sel 3-3 t-em
W.vMED Hores toboard: $iooer month,
stable In rear of Meyer's Hotel., P.i
ave., bet. 4r 1-2 aud 6th sts. nw.
WANTED- 100 customeis to buy mire AI-
derney milk at 5c ner auart. delivcretl in
sealed glass jars. Address ALDERNEY,
this office. selO-Gt
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
7.50 A. M. week days -PITTSBURG EX
PRESS Parlor and Dining Cars, Harrla
burg to Pittsburg.
10.50 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED
Pullman Steeping. Dining, Smoking and
Observation Cars, Harrisburg to Chicago,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Cleve
land and Toledo. Buffet Parlor Car to
10-50 A. M. FAST LINE-Fullman Buffet
Tar lor Car to Harrisburg. Buffet Parlor
Car, Harrisburg to Pittsburg.
3.4U P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
Express Sleeping Car Washington
to at. Louis, and Sleeping and Dlninr
Cars Harrisburg to St. Louis, NashrlUa
(via Cincinnati) and Chicago.
..10 P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS-Pull-man
bleeping Car to Pittsburg, Chicago,
and Harrisburg to Cleveland. Dlmnir
Car to Chicago.
"I' ' -M-SOUTHWESTERN EXPEES8
i.H.. "an Steeping Cars Washington to
llttsburg and Harrisburg to St. Louis
, and Cincinnati. Dining Car.
10...0 1 M. PACIFIC EXPRESS-Pulli
inan bleeping Car to FKtburg.
i.iiti A. M. for Kane, Canaudaigua, Roches
ter and Niagara Falls dally, except
10.50 a. in . for Elmlrn, and Renovo dally.
except Sunday. For Wllliamsport daily.
3.4U p. m.
"' p. 10. for V.Jlllamsport, Rochester. Eric
Buffalo aud Niagara Falls dally, except
Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washington
10.40 p. m. for Erie and FJmlra dally;
for Canundaigua. Rochester. Buffalo and
Ninrra Falu. Sarordav night only.
PulPjan Sleeping Car Washington to
For Puiladelphlrt. New York and
4:00 p. m. "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
lTtiV' ually. all Parlor Cars, with tun
ing Car from Baltimore. Regular at 7:00
lUlnlng Cor). 8:0, 9:oO, 10:00 1 Dining:
Car), and 11:00 (Dining Car rrom Wil
mington) a. m., 12:46, 3:ir. 4:20.050,
10:00 and 11;35 p. in. On Sunday, 7:00
(Dining Car), 8:00. 9:00, 11:00 (DtuinfE
Car from Wilmington! a. n... 12:15,3:15.
4:20, 0:50, 10:00 and 11:35 p. m. For
Philadelphia only, Fast Express, 7:60 a.
nu.week -days. Express. 12:1 5 p. m-weeic
days, 2:01 and 5:40 p. in. daily. For
Boston, without change, 7:50 a. in weefc
days and 4:20 p. m. daily.
For Baltimore- 6.25, 7.0O, 7.5U, 8.C0,
9.00.10.00, 10.50,andll.00 a.m.. 12.10.
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.
Oa Sunday, 7.00. a.OO.9.00. 9.05. 10.50,
11.00 a.m., 12.15, 1.15, 2.01, 3.15, 3.40
14.00 Limited;, 4.20. 5.40, 6.15, 6.50.
7.10, 10.00, 10.40. and 11.35 p.m.
For Pope's Creek Lme, 7.50 a.n. and 4.36
S-m. dally, except Sunday. Sundays,
For Annapolis, 7.00. 9.00 a. m.. 12.15
and 4.20 p. m. daily, except Sunday.
Sundays. O.CO a. n and 4.2- 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.
10.57 a. in. week-days; Atlanta Special,
via Richmond and Seaboard Air Lias,
4.40 p. m. daily. Accommodation for
Quantico, 7.45 a. m. dally, and 4.25 p.
For Atlantic City fvla Delaware -Rler
Bridge, all-rail route). 11.00 a. m., 3-15
and 11.35 p. in. daily: via Market sticS
wharf, 10.U0 a.m. and 12.45 p.m. week
days, 11.35 p. m. dally.
For Cape May.10.00. 11 .ou a-m-weekdaj-H;
ll.3.- p. m. dailv..
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and Q
streets, and at the station, Slxtn and B
streets, where orders can hv left for tho
checking of baggage to destination fr-.ra
hotels and residences.
J. B. HUTCHINSON. General Manager.
J. R. WOOD. Genera. Passenger Agent.
Schedule in effect June 5.1897.
Leave Washington from station corner ot
New Jersey avenue aud C st.
For Chicago and Northwest. VeatttnUed
Limited trains. 10.00, 11.45 jn., 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
dally 10.00 a.m. and 8.50 p.m.
For Columbus. Tulcito aud -Detroit. 11 .30
Fo Winchester and way stations, aS.00,
all:45 a. m.. a5:30 p. m.
For New Orleans, Memphis, Birmingham,
Chattanooga. KiioxvxUe. Bristol aud Uoao
oke, 11:20 p. m. daily; Sleeping Cars
For Luray, 3:40 p. m. dally.
For Baltimore, week-days, 5:00, 6:30,
x7:05. x7:lo, x7:30, x8:00. 8:30, x9:30.
xl0:00, xl2:00 a. til, xl2:05. xl2:10,
xl2:40, x3:n0, 3:20. x4:30. 4:35. X5:5,
x5:10, X5:30, x6:20. 6:30. xS:00, 8115,
x9:20, 11:15, xll5U p. in., and 12:01
night. Sundays, x7:05.x7:10, x7:30,8:30.
xb:00 a. m., xi-.oo, xiz:u, t:uu, xii:uu,
3:20, 4:35, x5:l5: x5:10, 6:30, x8:00,
x9:20, 11:15, xll:50 p. m., xl2:01 night.
For Annapolis, 7:10 and S:30 a. in.. 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, 5.30, p. m. Sundays, O.tiO
a. 111., 1.15 p. m.
For llagerstown, a-10.00 a. m. and
a 5 JO p. iu.
For Boyd and way points, week days.
8.00 a. m. ,220.127.116.11.7.05 p. m- Sundays.
9.00 a. m., 1.15, 7.05,p. m.
i"or Uaithersburg and way points, weei
days, 8.00, 9.00 a. in., 12.o0. 3.00. 4:30,
4.33, 5.30, 5.35, 7.05, 11.40 p. m: Sun
days. 9.00 a. m., 1.15, 4.33, 7.05, 10:16
For Washington Junction and wnypolnts,
8.00 a- m., 4.30, 5.30 p. m.. week days,
9.00 a. m., 1.15 p. m. Sundays.
Royul Blue Lluo for New York aad
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,
t5.05 Dining Car). (12-Ul night, SleepiHg
Car. open at 10.00 o'clock). Sundays,
7.05,9.00 a. m.. (12.40 Dinhig Cars),3.00
(5.05 Dining Car), 12.01 night. Sleepin
Car, open at 10.00 o'clock). Additional
train 'or Philadelphia, week-days, daily,
8-00 p. m.
Buffer. Parlor Cars on all day trains.
For Atlantic City, 7.05, 10.00 a.m..
12.00 noon. 12.40 and 3.00 p.m., WeeU
days, 12.4a p.m., Sundays.
For Cape May, 12.00 noon.
aExcept Sunday. xExpress trains.
Baggage called for and checked from
hotels und residences by Union Transfer
Co., on orders left at ticket offices, U19
Pennsylvania avenue northwest, New York
avenue aud Fifteenth street. and at Depot.
WM. M. GREENE. D. B MARTIN,
Geu. Manager. Mcr Pass. Trufflo
(Schedule in effect July 4. 1897.) -
AH trains arrive and leave Pennsjlvanla
aud way stations, connects at Manas
ais Tor Strasburg. Harrisonburg, and
Stauuton. dally, except faomia v. and at
Lynchburg with the Norfolk anu Wetern,
daily and with the Chesapeake and Ohio,
daily! for the Natural Bridge and Lex-
laf a. m--Dally.theUNITEDST.VTE3
F VST MAIL, carries Pullman Iufre6
sleepers, New Yorkj and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury -.-rtth
Pullman Sleeper Tor Ashevtlle aud Hot
Snrtn-'s.N. C-.KnoxvlUe. ChaJt-utK-gaand
Nashville, Tenn.. andat Charlotte withl-ull-man
Sleepet for Augusta. Pullman Buifeft
Sleeper New Yorfcto NewOrle ans.conrteet
ing at Atlanta for Uirmtnch.-;-. ami Mem
phis Solid train, Washington to ?ew
Orleans without change. Sunset personally
conducted tourist exc urslon Uiruug.. sleeper
on this train every Wednesday to San I ran
clsco, without change.
4 01 p.m. -Local Tor Front Royal, Stras
burg and Harrisonburg, with connection for
Staunton, daily, except Sunday.
4.51 p. iu. -Dally, local Tor Charlottes-
Vl10 4S p.m. -Daily. WASHINGTON AND
SOUTH WESTERN VEST I RULED. LIM
itro mminsed ot PdllRtno estibuied
Charlotte. UoiuniDra.oa' ;"" '. ."
eoiiville: New YorK to Memphis, via Bir
mingham: New York to Nrw Orleans, via
Atlanta and Montgomery. Vt-sUbuled da-y
coach Washington to Atlanta. Soirthern
Railway dining car, Greensboro to Mont-
KTKfS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington 0.01 a. m.
daily, 1.00 p. m. and 4.4 5 p. m. daily, ex
cept Sunday, and 6.25 p. m. Sunday only
for RouniUIiU: 4-32 p. in. daily, exce.-tfjuu-Iay
for Leesburg, and 6.26 p in. daily lor
Herndon- Returning, arrive at Washing
ton 8.26 a- in. and 8.10 p. 111. daily, and
8 00 p. in. daily, except Sunday, from
T?nnni Hill, and 7.00 a. m. daily, exeunt
i similar, from Herndon, and .54 a m.
daily, except Sunday, from Leesburg.
Through trains from the South arrive a6
Washington 0.42 a. m., 2.20 i. in. and
9.25 p. in. dally. Harritsonburtr. 12.40 n.
m. and 9.25 p. in. daily, except Sunday,
aud 8.30 a. in. dally Trom GhariotiMivIilo.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation and In
formation furnished at office,, 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenue, and at Penn
sylvania Railroad Passenger blat ion.
W. II. GREEN, Gen- Stipt.
J. M. CrLP, Traffic Mummer.
W. A. TiriJK, Geo. Fuss. Aswit.
I S. BUOWN, Gen. Act. Ir-uss. Dopt