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THE MOHmiZQ TIMES, SATUBOA.Y. S-GFTEMBEI? 18, 189T
MONET WANTED AM) TO X.OAN
UNITED STATES BUILDING
AND TJ3AN ASSOCIATION.
1813 F St. N. W.
MONTHLY -VV'INGSdeposited with this
Associat-un win earn COMPOUND IN
TEREST. S, 6 and 7 per cent, and toe
eoured b FIRST MORTGAGE on Heal
"Estate. $31,200 of the Capital Stock
of the AvociaUon h&s been subscribed
for urbig the lust ninety days. All pay
ments afaw Interest from date of de
A NEW FLAN
S10 TO 51,000 TO LOAN
ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS.
HORSES. CARRIAGES. ETC.,
Without so vai from possession towr.
You can have the money the day you
apply 1ii Payments on the principal,
of any Huut. will be received at any time,
wbtoh will lessen cost or loan.
iiOST DESIRABLE TEEMS.
Ko cost fee you it loan 1b not made
Pleaae call for further information.
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO..
aull-tt-em 602 Fst-nw.
LOANS frotn SO to 50 to reliable U
also mouey advanced on bievdes. Room
8, Ceulr-1 Bidg.. cor- 9th and Pa. are. nor.
LOfiMS croM $0 to Z&O to rete parlies.
also liKH.ev advanced on bicycles. Boom
8, Central Uids cor- 9th and Pa. ave. nw.
H. i. FULTON'S loan office, 1218 Pa. ave.
nw.,iiwneylunaon watches, oiios,
jewelry, iverware, etc. ap 1 G-6m
.LOAiS- AiAUE ON APPROVED COLLAT
eral, such as hie policies, stocks, ixuuis,
buCics association shares, syndicate ccr
tiricates. etc. No delay. I'ERKES &
BAKISU, 11 IO F st Tai-c elevator. tl
LOAN MADE ON FIJItNJTU.BE,
LoaHsittude on Furniture. Pianos, Horse.
Wagons, etc.. at lowest rates and quickest
possible iun. Strictly coiiudential. Fleaso
can lMjfr; tecuring loans elsewhere.
"WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
610 ' .street northwest:.
MONE1 TO LOAN at 5 and C per cent;
cunty. teal estate In District or Colutn
Ka; no deir beyond an inspection or prop
erty Hi atnarton of title. WALTER
.15. ACis.iiAC.70l l-lin S.S- dw. nih26-tr
JNKY TO LOAN $1,000 -upward, at 5
and 5 i-2 per cent on D. C. real estate:
5S50, $600, etc at 6 per cent; all
txatteacttwiis conducted witn ent:cl
couslderaclim for borrowers.
WILLIAM H. SAUNDERS & CO.,
Epl6-tr 1407 r St. nw.
WANTED AOolored boy' to lelu make
joe cream. Can" 1324. 14th at. juw. IE
MAN with p-h and god habits to wike
Ha. i4e- in old established business;
S200 feai-U. GOOD INVESTMENT,
this uftloe. It
WANTED -A barber, at 63G O St. nvr.
W. A. JENKINS. lt
WANTED Goo barber to bain out ;t4ady
-verfc to right won. D. W. POOLE, 010
13 bit t. w. lt
WAATED A barber; white preferred.
1100 7Ui-.nw. lt-em
WASTED Experienced bundle -wrappers-
Apply to M. GOLDENBERG. 928
7th St. 1 t-cm
"WAjntO Parmrc, arlven?, w.HlifT, cjok",
butSerti. HtHbleinen, aisbvabr.s, lxs.
rtrOMrse. teiwrtire: places fornibbed twill
HjttM. CITY INTELLIGISKE OFFICU.
VAKTSD Clean bej ivlw i.dersianti to
wwk & tbe table. 30s Pa. ave. mv.
WANTED -A cake 1al:er and Icb cream
tHaker. WEYMAN, 1G34 1-llb st. nw.
"BaNTE -Two experioacefi waiters at
Ubc T1BNNA DES-IKG-ROOMS, S14 F
st. w. gel7-3t
"tt'jVNTED-2 good buffers; 1 industrious
U9f u "WtK-k iai platlug shop- ELMER H .
CATLtN &. CO., Central Power Station
WANTED - Experienced raruUure salesman
wtoo can loan tauployer 2o0; must be
a buutter imx) capable of ruunin a ,tori.
1721 Pa. are, nw. eel7-3t
WANTE1 - Fow aReats: best tiiinc out;
pay rery rtgitt. BELMONT PORTRAIT
CO.. ISt Mtswurl ave. nw. EelG-3t-ei
TVAKTED 10 sood coat makers at once.
1417 Pa. are. niv. iel0-3t
WANTED A yew;;, energetic man as
oulitc saJesaKHi; uiaH tiary to bein;
jmhm. ltawe bicj-cie. Address G. A. C,
tihlB office el6-3t
WANTED -Hf -with not less fiaa one
year's expenuiKt; ia ibst-claH jjrintaiiK
afftce, bw liwsii learuia the trails. Apply
HAmiiAN tc CADICK. .IIU i . Iiw.
"WANTED - Cabinet-makerb; f irctrclaBs men
only. AtX2t6G st. nw. belo-3t,em
nKL' tVANTBP FEMAIX
"WANTEII -A colored rl to do general
bMijerortc; caa ge oibc nights. Apply
11 4h at. e- It
"WANTED -A colored cirllor nurse wort.
810 N. Lee L. Alexandria. It
"WANTED- Wean ook,ehambenoidauU
jHre; people jubt bacfe in the city; Kod
-wat. 172 i lt st. nw. it
WAKTSSD -Am eKpexienced aiiluuery fiales-iladg-.
CaM on A. F1SHEL, 7fi 7th
St. 3TW. 6ltf-3t
EMPLOyMBNT OFFICE st cook,
Judrei, nurwjs and chatubertuaids;
1 (jt a iwu to wait on UWc twioe for
Me fcwu-o. 1021 KAh .nirM bet. Q ad
J3. t-iii. It
"WANTED -Chambermaids, cooks, "waitera,
bOBbe-cJeaers; places furnished for all
18Ch St. nw. seiy-St
W AJWEli A. neat. clMUBbexmald and wait
xtMss. Apfk? with refereaoes t i:tl(i B
st. sw. t17-at-em
WAKTED A cwok, at 2729 P St.; refcr-
otwea. A)pty leamediatel V; i.t?m
VA-NTfiD-A good -woman to coot, wash
and irm: 5erman prelerrcd. Address L.
!T, Utls btfiee. 1 t.em
"WAXTEl-A respectable white woihuh,
for general hwusework; bring references;
Irottt I u 3 o clock. 1311 R. I. ave. aw,
WANTED -A good -white girl as general
buw.'worker; jwd home and kind treat
ment. CaH JONES' PALACE GROCERY,
latb HHd tK sts.nw sel7-3t,ein
WANTED General houeeworners, cooks,
chambermaids, eearastrehes, aaywork-
era; eafteresses; the only guarantee office
la the city. -SHACKLEFORD'S, 427 11th
K. nw. sel7-3t
WANTi-A wiiite woman to cook and
late charge of honse: cood home. Aiiply
317 Pa- ave. nw.,2dfloor. se!7-3t
WANTED Chambermaids, general house
worker, laas dresses, nurses, seamsiTis,
ono'ks, room cleaners, etc. Apply CEN
TRAL EM PL0 YMENT AGENC Y, 1421 Stb
et. n"W. se!7-3t
WANTED - Wotaaa for general housework;
must stay nights. 1412 12th ne.
WANTED -A settled woman or girl Tor
cook or housework. 1357 H st- nc
WTANTED A talloress .on coats; good
-wages. E. H0RGAN, 06 K. st. nw.
"WANTED A -wbitc girl as marker, etc.,
in lnuudry. Address iaown handwriting
LAWNDR1. this office- selC-3t
WANTED Wlute woman to take care or
house and oolored woman as cook; good
wages. 17021-2 10th st. nw. Sul0-3t
HJSL1 WAN1ED-ilALE AND
'fl 6 W'he u a -wife without asking
heir" Pastor E. Hez Swem explains
Senduy nigbt. 7:45 o'clock; free ptrws.
Beooea Baptist Churon Auditorlnm, -1th
st. and Va. ave. se. It
WAKTED -CawvaKserstoseH the Barthsldi
iauanAeseaMt gas lamp: similar to the
TOfifeback buraer. Address BARTH0LDI,
tMs ornce. sel6-3t-em
WANTED -Crayon portrait artirt; lady
r M.leiuan BELMONT P0BTBAIT
OQ.. 4Sl M4tri ave. nw. selC-Ht
WAITTED -Singers, tenors and bassos.
for otHmie. Apply immediately BIJOU
THEATER, Box Office. Eel3f.enj
WANTED - By arespuctable colored won- an
a place in ftrt-cia?s family as cook or
igcautfflllMHJee'work; cJfy referfna;s. Iieae
.qcH ir address 4C2 N si. uw. it
WANTED By a fbai'classTautidresK work
4 d at home; or general housedeauing.
Apply 1020 19th st. nw. 1 1
WANTED By a respectable Colored woman
-wasWg to tke home or go out by the
day; or clausing. Address 1714 Marlon
1VATED Widow wishes housework and
jare of chuaren under thirteen yeara, in
-widower's family. WIDOW Z., this office.
W ANTED- J3y colored r.jnau, lUJtition
Addre&i 4&0 Wash. St. uvr. lt.em
WANTED By colored woman, a place to
do gi-aeral housework; alio washing; ref.
201G FlZL.-a.re. sel7-3t
WANTED -By fietUed woman and young
girl, general nouoe wort, and clinHiherwork
or nursing; ref. 1702 1-2 10th st. aw.
WANTED Situation as cook: small fam
ily; g;od reference. Call 102.-t utht.
WANTED A situation by a German girl
as seamstress in family (C&tuolicj. R.
B.. this office. sel7-3t
WANTED -Young Woman, place cook or
nurse iu plain family. Call or send Word,
815 22d st. nw. eeiy-at-cm.
WANTED Situation by neat colored
woman, as general bouscworker. Cull
2230 1 i-nw. sel0-3t
WANTED Situation as chambermaid or
general houseworker. Call 2047 8ih st.
WANTED By settled Germau girl plain
conking or ciianiberwork, no cards- l00
Sth st.. cor. Q nw. selG-3t
DRESSMAKING, plain and fancy, -very
reasonable; children's, a specialty. 908
Ta. ave. aw.. be!6-3t
WANTED -Bv rcfipettable colored girl, sit
uation as plain cook., nurse, chamber
maid. 1U12 14th suiiw. - selD-3t-eiu
WANTED -A young girl wishes position
as copyist. AdUress MibS V0LLAND,
136 F . nw. tel 5-3t-em
srrr VTD NS VA NTED Jl ALIO.
IVANTED Position "l'byboyr'lnla'"bf
putpnt ofrtctti willing to learn;" good
refs. L this office. belb-3t
"WILL puy 25 to anyone securing me a
place as bread wagoa driver; can furnish
refereno-s and have experience. Address
G. 11. M.. this office. seia-3t
WANTED By a colored Loy, placelo work
and go to school. Audi-ess SCHOUL,
WANTED -By a boy. work with a crayon
artist: will work to nav for ivliat lie
learns. Address FRANK SMITH. 4G2
N st. nw.
A RELIABLE white man will give $50
to one securing him a portion on a
street raiboad: good lefcrences. Address
V - P., thisoffice- el-3t
WANTED Pfjitftiou or trust -where integ
rity and close attention to duty will be
appreciated: bond gfrcu if necessary. W.
M. T.. this office. sel7-3t-em
"WANTED-Fyr a boy 15, a place witti
an electrician, to learn trade; willing,
apt, and reliable. Address APPRENTICE,
this office. sel7-3t-em
WANTED- ioung white 1uan wants place
as first-class cook; can make breud anl
all kinds of pastry. Address G. M. , this
WANTED -By a young colored "nian,placc
as ovster Ktjibhfrr! imt .nfrnid nf Wcirl;.
Adoress SITUATION WANTED, tills of
WANTED - Work as general farm hand:
3 years experience in dairy; good ref
erences. Adnre&s J. T. P., Chcirydule,
Alexandria co., Ta. te!7-3t
WANTED -Small truck or stock farm to
work on share, or take care of. bv man
and wife from country. FARM, thh; or
WANTED -By respectable eoL man, place
as waiter, ivorker in store, luuch-room,
2d cook. Address P. B., 710 1st se.
WANTED Situation to work around store
or in private laurtly; rer. 33i L st. &w.
WANTED By a firtt-class jster opener
n place, behind ra-w Ijar: can guarantee
satisfaction. Wil. HALLBACK. 1625
11th st. nw. ielG-3t
WANTED-By young man "With 20 yeara
experience among stock, u position in
a stable or work of any kind: city or
country; bent of refs. Address EXPERI
ENCE, tabs office. selC-3t
WANTED A firrt -class meat cuttt-r and
grocery clerk wishes position: best ref
erences. Address CUTTER, this office.
WA N TED - Registered druggist -wants
eituution 270e! K sU nw. jsel6-3t
WANTED -By young German, place as
bread or cake-wagun driver; has experi
ence and good recommendation; can also as
sist in bakery. BOX. 19, thisofficc.
SITUATIONS AVANTED -HALE
THE EXCHANGE BUREAU furnishes all
kinds of help free; relerenees in vest t
gated. 721 13th st.uw sel8-3t
HELP FURNISHED -Male and female:
cooks, waiters, drivers, seamstresses, but
lers; all kind of help at short notice.
CENTRAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
1421 8th st. uw. eI7-3t
WANTED An agent to sell cigars. NA
TIONAL CIGAR FACTORY, 1011 Pa.
ave. nw. It
WANTED Agents; $Z0 to $25a-wcei:aurc
to workers, no capital needed; new goods;
new plan; sells at sight: every family needs
it. HOUSEHOLD SPEC. CO.. Box 424.
Cincinnati. Ohio. my2u-sat26t
WANT KJ ) 51 ISCELLATEOTTS.
WANTED A seeond-hand Dayton wagon;
2 or 3 seats. Address T. M. L., liibs
WANTED -Portable oven; second-hand.
Address SEtJUND-HAND. thisofficc It
WANTED Saloons, groceries, lunch rooms,
cigar stores, etc., for cash buyers. FUL
TON R. GORDON, Business Exchange.
1321 F et. scl5-3t
WANTED -All ladles suffering with pimp
ly und Wowuy faces, to address 15c to
REX, this olfice.for Bex FioipleExtermiu
WANTED Men vbo shave to address 15c
to REX, this of fleer for Bex Pirn pie Ex
"WANTED Gentleman havuig horse and
carriage would like position to use the
same; real estate office preferred; best refs.
Address F. W., this office. se!7-3 t,em
WANTED AVashingto doby day or week;
will take it home or go out. 1623 lltu
st. nw. It-em
WANTED Roller-top desk; must be cheap
for cash. DAWSON, Printer, 807 9th
WANTED -A milk route; iSoraogaL. .td
drcss W. J. SELF, Lewinsville, Va.
WANT El) Desirable party to share ex
nensa of G or 8-room house. In nnv trnmi
locality. Address TBEASURY EMP.,
WANTED -Orders for Boston baked beans,
10c and 20c a pot; send orders Tuesdays
andFrldaysforW ednesdnysaud Saturdays.
MRS. F. C. CIIANDLER.1S26 7th st. nw.
WANTED A cash register; cheap; also
a few good secoud-liand carpets. Ad
dress REGISTER, this office. sel6-3t
WANTED -A 12-rt. counter suitable for
drygoods store, with shelves; must be
cheap. Address 1824 7th st. nw. sel G-3t
WANTED At the big second-hand
store, SINCLAIR'S, 620 La. ave., show
cases, store fixtures, cook stoves and furni
ture of all kinds; money advanced on stor
age without interest- Attend our Tues
day auction sale. Mjl5-6t
TtQOMS AND BOARD.
A LADY of refinement will open a
private boarding-house by Oct. 1, on M
., near 4th; excellent table and all home
PLEASANT rooms and first-class board,
$1G and S17 a month; two blocks from
Congressional Library. No. 1G 4th st.
BOOM AND BOARD, $1D & $18 MONTH.
INDIANA HOUSE, COB. 3D AND IND.
AVE. NAV. sel6-3t
FOR BENT-1512 13th st. nw.: iroorn
flat. 3d floor; also some 2d-floor rooms:
FOR BENT-A flat of 3 rooms, fur., on
2d floor; also 2 large parlors on 1st floor:
light housekeeping; rent reasonable. 2106 G
st. nw. sel7-3t,em
FOR RENT -4 rooms and bath: 2d floor.
642 C fit- ne.; by owner. sel 7-3 1
FOR RENT -924 9th st. nw., next Mt
Vernon Flat, 1st and 2d flats; large-
light: modern: refs. elGem
FOR RENT Flat; 4 rooms and bath; 2d
floor; gas range; with heat and gas;
fur.; SIS per mo. Apply, after 5 p. m..
904 22d fit, nw. bel6-3tnim V
FOB BENT West End Flats, 2620 K st
nw., 4 and fi rooms: bath, gas meter, coal
vaults, extra storage: references retnnred-
$12, $17. Apply to Janitor se!2-7t '
WANTED -POSTAGE STAMPS.
WAN Tti U -For caEh, all kinds orold United
States postage and department stamps:
collections also bought B. F. DUNK
BORSX, 1U05 7th et. aw. aua-rr
FOB REST- HOOMs.
"FOR RENT Three rooms; fur. for house
keeping: suitable for married couple.
Annlv at, 1R0G llthst. nw. selb-.tt
FOR RENT Fur. and unfur. rootns: $7
unu-ard. )2a N Y. ave. n w. said-1 1
pnrt dpvt VurniaiiPfi lin.ll room: $1.25
per week- 415 G st. uw. 1
FOR RENT Large, newly furnished second-story
back room; jieaU Comfortable:
vv. wliiifuws. T'l.'A 1 1 til St. 11 W. It
FOR BENT Basement; for caterer; un
fur. or wo-ld fuinisn uining-iuom lor
well-recommended tenant; rent taltei in
meals; near Palais BoyuL 723 nth at.
FOR BENT Southern corner house, -3
rurnished 2d-tory rooms, batli on same
floor; $3 per month up; 2 parlors 1st floor;
2 wmui)v h eacn; furmslieu and organ; -per
week. 231 2d st.nw. sel o-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, wJUi or
without board. 709 Sth bt. uw.
FOR BENT-A very large front room; uu-
rurnlfched; 2d floor; heat and gas; $8 per
iiionlh. 94G L t. nw. lt
FOB BENT-732 4lh st. ne.; 2 or 3 roouis;
. . I... -. .. T, .- ... hln Ifrii,'
light housekeeping; terms very reawmitlile
Upright party; no smal children. scla-3t
FOR RENT Nicely fur. and unfur. rooms;
terma reasonable. 720 lltnst. uw..lt
FOR RENT Nicely fur. front room: terms
reas-juuble. 444 Ht. nw. sel8-ot
FOR RENT 1 large fr0nL furnished room;
heat and gas; rent reasonable. G51
Pa. ave. se- Bel8-.lt
FOR RENT -Nicely furnished 2d story
room; also 3d floor communicating rooms;
southern exposure; convenient to street
cars ami nomus. j?gi?-i. ot' "--".:"".
FOBBENT-Fur..In elegant, new bay-window
brick, lid floor hullroom; south; fold
lng bed and closet, $5; 3d floor, 3 intercom
munlcating rooms, $12, $10 und ir5; 1st
Door, one room;, lavatory, closets; private
family; no housekeeping; refs. ex. 221 L
st. nw. sel7-3t,cm
FOR RENT 3 rooms seeoud iloor; heat,
gas and bath. Incniiro 109 F st. ne.
FOR RENT -To one or two gentlemen, a
rurnlsJii'd rxjm, iroiitlug on I8tu St.;
terms reasonable. Apply at 1008 18th st.
uw. se!7 3trem
FOR RENT -Couple Would let 2d Boor, 3
rooms and bath, to couple forllght house
keeping; very convenient; rent reasonable.
22 8th st. ne. sel7-3t-em
FOR RENT-Three rooms; heat and gas
423 2d st- uw. it-.Mii
FOR RENT 3 large rooms; new brick
house; all clean and fresh; unfur; 2d
floor, biuui'oom same riour, water, gas and
heat free" "o one but first-class people
take"; no babies. 812 6th st.nw. It-em
FOR RENT -rieaant room: nomelike
cooking; terms to suit you. 21 11 Pa.
avc. nw. fel(-ot
FOR' RENT Veryreasonni)le; to adults
only; 5 large rooms; 1st floor; diulng
rooniK kitchen and cellar; 2d floor, parlors
and large bedroom; will rent partly fur-or
unfur-; nice house and neighborhood. 1124
0th st.nw. clG-3t-em
FOR RENT-Basement floor; large front
room; heated by steam; rent, $10. Ap
ply 208 F st. nw. selG-Gt.em
FOR RENT-Three rooms; heat and gas.
4-3 ti St. nw. lt.em
FOR RENT Large, bright roouis; gas and
heatr, table twurd excellent; use or par
Jar; home comforts; convenient to cars and
departments. 951 Alans a-e. se!G-3t-em
FOR RENT -Nicely furnished, cheerful,
newly-pupered rooms; $8. .19 and $14 a
iuou.Ji. 1 oard, ir desired. 1H2 Gtn t. nw.
FOR RENT Front parlor; first floor: un
furnished; with heat and gas; $10; also
other rooms furnished: will rent cheap;
fft-st-clasK neighborhood. 207 G st. nw.
FOR RENT 2 medium aud hall t.Kms,
on 3a floor; light, heat; cooking gas;
$15 peniuni,h. -jl04 E. Cap, si.. Dj-3t-cm
FOR RENT 2145 K st. nw.; lower half of
house; parlor, bedroom, dining-room,"
kitchen. large yard; fine location; rent $20
per month. Apply to owner on premises
after4 o'clock. selG-3t-em
FOR RENT 507 2d st. nw.; fun-.lsbed
suite. 1st floor; handsome unfurnished
rooms. 2d floor; large haB room. 3d floor;
furnished if desired. sel6-3t
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms; with
light and heat; at moderate prices; board
nearby; no housekeeping allowed. Apply
to 10 15 P st. nw. itilG-lt
FDR RENT Roomson 2d or 3d floor, fur.
or unrur.: suitable for housekeeping-
or Mngle parties. S17 12th st. uw.
FOR RENT -Furnished rooms In private
family; convenient to cars; good neigli
borhood. 906 M st. nw. se!G-3t
FOR RENT One furnished room, with
board. In private family; for gentleman.
706 Q st. u w. se IGt
FOR .::;ST-2 nice, neat fur. rooms; $1.50
and per Week.. 228 F bt. nw.
FOR RENT Two communicating fur
nished rooms, complete for housekeepings
613 New Jcr.-ey ave. nw. hel6-3t
FOR BENT B30 12th st. nw.; desirable
front and other rooms; furnished; corner
house, opposite Park; reasonable; hall room.
FOB BENT -Large, nicely fur. front room;
' bay window; furnace heat: suitable for
one or two gentlemen. 33 I t-t. ne. sel 6-3t
FOB BENT Furnished rooms, with or
without board. 223 13th Et. sw.
FOB BENT-645 2d st. -ne., two nice
second-story rooms, fur. or unfur., for
light housekeeping; large alcove in frjnt
room; newly papered and painted; a. m. i.;
rent moderate. tel6-3t
FOR RENT -2 large, fur. rooms; all mod
ern improvements; central location. 809
12th st.nw. selo-Gt-em
FOB BENT Boomson second floor, fur. or
unfur.; half block from new Library.
206 Pa. ave. se. se!5-3t,em
FOB BENT Large back parlor with two
windows: will rent to one or two gentle
men: one square from U st. cars. 1718
Fla. ave. nw. Eel5-3t,em
FOB BENT 1344 B st. nw., 4 large com
municating rooms, on 2d and 3d floors:
a. 111. i.; excellent table board; terms moderate-
FOB BENT Furnished rooms; with or
without housekeeping. 123 A st. ne.
FOB BENT Booms, fur. or unfur.. to re
fined adults; two in family. 641 4th
st. ne. sel5-3t.em
FOR BENT -Four beautiint fur. rooms,
suitable for gentleman and wire or single
gentleman: all mod. Imps. 1110 othst. nw.
FOR BENT Three nicely papered and
painted rooms on second-floor; iight and
heat; rent $1G, in advance; 1401 5th st.
FOB RENT -One furnished room. 34
F st. nw. sel4-7t
FOB EENT-NTcely fur. room, 2d floor;
opens on a veranda: $1.50 a week; board
If desired. 12 6th st. ncnear E. Capitol
st. cars and Capitol. sel2-7t
WANTED A.T or 5-room "flat, for $20 or
$25; must not be more than ten blocks
from new postoince building; in good
WANTED By Oct. 1, 3 or 4 rooms.
completely fur., for housekeeping; light
and heat; give full particulars. A. G. B.,
this office. i.tietn
WANTED By Oct. 1 , three -unrur. rooms
for light housekeeping; heat, gas and
bath; second story; conveniently near 22d
st. and Pa. ave. Address L. M., thif of
"WANTED By young couple, two large
and one small unfurnished rooms, with
board; must be near car line and rea souable.
Audreiw YOUNG COUPLE, this office.
"WANTED Three medium and 1 small
unfurnished rooms, by young couple; near
car line; rent mufct be reasonable. Address
BOX 880, thisofficc sel6-3t
WANTED -A flat of four (4) roomB In
Georgetown, with heat, gas and bath,
for light housekeeping; refs. Address Z.
Y. X., this office. sel6-3t
WANTED-3 or 4 communicating rooms
for small family at once. Address al.tliia
JTOn SALE FAItM.
sel 7-3 1
FOR SALE Cheap; fifty-two acre farm;
8 niUes from city on Temple roadj five
room house; stable, well, fruit, and out
houses. Particulars at 722 7th st. se.
FOR SALE-Cheap, euiaU farm, house,
rout, well, ;ood water; Congress Heights,
near electric cara. Apply 1112 K st. se.
FOR SALE Farm: 20 miles rrom Waah
ington; on Alexandria and Fredericks
burg Railroad. Address J. BFRrNGMAN,
Springman, Va. se5-2w
FOD ' N" t VFrRNJSnKD BOOMS
FOR RENT fJnfimii shed moms; five on
second floor and three on third. No.
704 L St. nw." sel-3t
FOR RENT To n married couple, two un
furnished communicating rooms, with
board; no children; refs. exchanged. 1709
N. Cap. as
FOR RENT Throe unfur. rooms; second
floor; heat and gas. 1 112 O st. nw. It
FOR RENT 2 or 3 rooms; unfur.; 2d
floor; gas, bath'.sultablefor housekeeping.
209 D st. rrw. sel7-3t-em
FOR RENT 103 G et. uw., fur. second
floor front and coimnunlcatiug rooms:
dining-room and kitchen on first ileor.
FOR RENT 3 nice unfur. rooms: suitable
for light housekeeping; with heat, gas
and bath. 2LG 1st nw. r,el7-3t
FOR RENT -3 unfur;, rooms and bath; $10.
321 Spruce St., LejDrolt Park. sol7-3t
FOR RENT Twounfurnished 2d story
front rooms; private family. 914 ilth
st. nw. fe sel7-3t
FOR RENT -Light Housekeeping; 2 lovely
2d-story front rooms, fur., in a private
family. 912 Va avc sw. sel7-3t
FOR RENT-Unfur., at 1314 T st. nw.,
3 large, newly-papered rooms on parlor
floor, with heat andgas;$18. sel6-3t,em
FOR RENT Large room; tinfurn, $6.50:
furn., $9; aluy hall room cheap. Call
after 5 p. m., 1405 6th st. uw.
FOR RENT -Three unfur. 2d story rooms;
iuitahlc forlight housekeeping: also bail
ment for business purposes. 1426 N. Y,
avc. 11 w. . sel6-3t
FOB RENT- Two- large rooms; porch;
bath same floor; housekeeping; private;
new house: reasonable. 1104 N.Cap. st.
FOR RENT -3 newly-papered, unfurnished,
com. rooms, private bath, every con
venience for housekeeping; reis. 1326 Riggs
s t . teir.-3t- cm
FOB BENT -Unfur., $6.50 in advance,
one front and ballroom, third floor: heat
and gas; light housekeeping. 148 A st.
FOR RENT-1412 11th st.nw., H unrur.
rooms on third floor. sel5-6t
FOR RENT-517 2d st. uw.; 3 unfur.
rooms, 3d floor; water on same floor: heat
and gas; furnished pr,'ce, $15; 2 large
nicely furnished rooms on 2d floor; price
$10 and $12. sel4-6t
FOR BENT-2 large unfur. 100ms; 2d rioor;
bain on same floor. No. 3 K st. ne.
FOR SALE -Complete amateur photo
graphic outfit: 5x7 Rochester Optical
Company's Ideal camera, with 7 plate
holders; 5x8 Bausch it Loml) lens and
shutter; 6 l-2x 1-2 Uuudlttch lens and
shutter; reducing camera for making
lantern elides, and all necessary aeees
torles; the two lenses alone cost over
$100; make me an offer. HYPO, this
orflec U'l 8-6t
WANTED -Partner, lady or gentleman,
who will invert Sciuu to ."5(iu 111 uu es
tablished theatrical enterprise; play has
special scenery and pictorlul printings;
1 will invett bame amount; Investigate.
AttireivS STRICTLY BUSLESS. this of
WALT. PAPERS Latest .styles; rooms pa
pered from $2 up. CHAS. SILENCE.
1341 I st. nc. or 237 H ne. st-18-Gt
IF YOU want any Interior decorating
done, you'd belter let us start on the
work now. We do the very finest work.
Ask very small prices for It. Booms
papered- new paper $2 up. F.G.NOLTE,
810 9h ft. No branch. j-i-18-tf
i-iljE. . Uh'l AINS laundered equal to new;
no Hine; 30o per pair. 711 5th st. nw.
EVERY MAN who shaves should make
friends with Rex Pimple Exterminator;
mukes the face smooth. Address 15 cents
to RitX. this oriiee. for a bottle,
A GOOD chance for bustling man to make
big money; will sell all rights lor $50
cash. Call 202 First st. se. 'el 7- it-em
FURNITURE moved; largest 2-hotse load.
$2.50; 1-horse loads, $1.25; pianos, $2;
furniture packed and shipped; experienced
men only; storage. COLUMBIA TRANS
FER CO., 323 4 1-2 St. uw. 'Phone 1 960.
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
Printing 500 cards, 750.; 50O envelopes,
75c; 500 note heads, 75c; 500 state
ments. 75cr.; binding -magazines, 50c:
miscellaneous books rebound- G. E.
WILLIAMS. 615 7th st. nw. fe6-tf
STEAMER M. HYATT leaves Georgetown
fit S'fO Kimna , uuirnti.ifL T..r fii!,. la-thr...
.V u.a.f -.Ul.VldJ JUV.MUIfl U. IJCIA'..1 IIUUUO-
or private parties; any distance. e!7-3t
BILLHEADS 1 .'qOu'T hSTtablet form for
. 75c at DAW SON , 807 9th; tee them.
el7-3t rl 'JT
HAVE your rooms papered bv the STONE
BROb.t $1.50 up. 711 5th St. nw.
WHAT'S THIS! 1,000- cards. 05c; 1.000
billheads, 7 5c; 1.000 circulars, 50o
at DAWSON'S, b07 9th st.. always the
cheapest. 1 sel73t
PIANO TUNING,! $1.50; expert repairing
and tuning; drop postal. JAMES R.
PURITY, 30512thst.se. sel6-3t-em
WJMODAUGHsis classes, 1425 N. X.
ave., telegraphy, typewriting, journal
ism, stenography, etc ANNA S. HAM-
ILTON, President . solG-2 w?m
HAVE your rooms papered In all new
styles, from $1.50..upirby the SI ONE
BROS., 711 5th sMnwiiJ eelG-Gt
PORTRAITS -I will mate and deliver a
tree-hand crayon or pastel portrait, with
frame (8 different styjesi on payment of
$1 per week; 110 charge unless satisfactory;
best reference in Washington given. Ad
drcsi A RTIST. this office. se!3-7t-em
WE HAVE 1,000 25c. second-hand novels
which we will sell for 5o. ipiecc 2L53
Pa. avc. sel6-3t
TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS. $2.50 per
1.000; clrcularn, 65 cents: other printing
cheap In proportion. ZIEGLER, Printer,
NOW for a hot bunch: just received 100
pairs or men's swell pants; they must
go ouick; your pick. $l.0(; car fare free.
At BELBY, 1903 Pa. ave. sel5-6t
FROM the beginning of creation one
point at a time has been the law of
nature. Boys' overalls, with suspeudors,
25c; men's, 50c At SELBY'S, 1903 Pa.
ave. nw. Car fare free. tel5-8t
INCULCATE the tastes or tne eagle into
the mudturtleand his happiness is ended.
He can neither reach what he want's, nor
enjoy what he has. Alen's Blue Flannel
Middlesex Suits, all-wool, were $10 and
$12, now $0.75; all-worsted suits, were $12
and $15, now $7.50; to close out $8.50 and
SIO suits, in broken sizes, at $4 and $5.
All summer stock at.half price. SELBY'S,
1903 Pa. ave. nw. sel5-6t
ONE point may penetrate the buying
vitals. Those 39c Percale Shirts at
SELBY'S wUlpenetrnteyour-j: that were$l,
75o and 50c. 1903 Pa. avc nw. Car
fare free. Fe 15-66
SAIALL dzes Ladies' Hand-sewed Shoes:
sizes 2, 2 1-2, 3, 3 1-2 and 4; your
choice $1.00; rormarly sold at S3.50 ana $4.
Made by Evltt & B.-o, Baltimore, Aid., at
SELBY'S, 1903 Pa. ave. nw. Car fare
LACE CURTAINS -Send your lace cur
tains to the Capital Steam Laundry, 512
Sth st- nw.: all hand-work on curtains and
blankets; blankets guaranteed not to bo
shrunken. MBS. Iu. A. WEAVER, Prop.
OUR PRICES ror Interior decorating are
wonderfully low; easily the lowest in
town, we think. Butour workis theHnest
that skill and good taste can finish. Rooms
papered, $2 up. F. G. NOLTE, 810 9th
st. Io branch. toO-tr
WIL.li SlSLL your furniture; will storo
your rurnlture; will accommodate you
with a loan on same; no interest charged;
liberal dealing; drop postal and will call.
MARCUS NOTES. 637 La. ave. au26-ltno
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE Buildings lots at Ballston, on
the Arlington and Ballstoa Electric car
line; 5c fare from Washington"-to Balls
ton; prlccof lot, $100; terms, $5 cash; bal
ance, $1 per week: no luteresfc and no
taxes until lot iB-paid for; also farms for
salo and rent. JAMES E. CLEMENTS,
1321 F at. nAT. sel8-3t
FOBSALE-On O st.betllth andl2th
sts ne, size of lot 50x150 ft, price
perfc - .30
On Bismarck st, bet Sherman ave and
7th st nw, size of lot 50x150 ftr
price per fc .50
A. S. CAYWOOD, 933 9th st. nw.
WANTED-STORE, AND DWELLING.
"WANTED Small store and dwelling; sta
ble If possible; state rent. J. E. a., this
WILL exchange .carpenter's work or
brick, work for horse and day ton or cab.
Address BUILDER, this office. sel7-3t
FOR RENT STORE & DWELLING.
FOR BENT -Store and 7 rooms: grocery
and provision store; good corner nnd
good business. 400 Kst. ne. sel3-7t-era
FOB SAT.K AND RENT.
BEAL ESTATE BULLETIN,
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN.917F ST.NW.
UNIMPROVED nioPERTY FOR SALE.
1 fthll Eh itt T 1 -.
fSa,ntaI ave. near Iowa Circle. .
Ret, bet I9tn and 20th nw.. ......
O. st, bet 2lt and 22dnw
N sc,bt 21st and 22d uw
Uillard st, bet 17th and 18th, T
24th st.bet Laiid M nw.... ...!..!
Sumner alley, bet. lGtb and 17th,
Land Jd nw
10th st, bet E and F uw
Va ave, bet 27th and 28th uw
J) st.bet 18th and J 9th nw
K. st, bet 13th and 14tli se
18th and A stsse
Frame cottage, 10th andProvidence
fits, Brookland ..$5,000
Irame cottage, PI ncy Branch rtjad.. 6,500
,- frame cottages, ilnrcwood road-. 3,000
uncK nouses, Pleasant Plains
Lots at Autrcy Heights, Md
Lots at Berwin Heights, Aid
Lots atCharlton Heights, Md
Lots at Tenley town
Lots at Tunlaw road
Lots at Rosslyn, Va
Lots at Trinidad ,
Lots at Tnkoma Park
Lots at Sllgo, Mo" .;
. .12 1-2
HOUSES FOR RENT.
Q?t.pnve "W.12 rms $65 00
OlO IS C IIVPU ImrtlirCiirl Q r,r.i 9R nfl
rJr'9"' 13th st. nw.G rms.....
1449 s st nv, 7 rms
VL",1" fart 160 3 7th st nw.7 rms
Van, lr.st nw 4 rraa
iS'U Vtave nw, 8 rms
47 Dofreesst nw, 6 rms
ko Vla 41 Myrtle at ne, 7 rms..
VIjo1'.3 a,ld GD L Bt w, G rms
ilii3 20th st nw, 6 rms
1009 U st nw, 6 rms
COG and 624 L st ne,G rms
1249 I st ne, 6 rms
411 8th st sw, G rms
'IS?4JrthKt mv-c ris
003 Florence st ne, 6 rms
921 12th st se, 0 rms
703 L st se, 7 rms
1111 inni if t. t ....u
The above is only a portion of the prop
erty on my books. For full list, call at
offlco for bulletin Issued on the 1st and
15th. THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN.
917 F street northwest.
FOR SALE OR RENT At Herndon, Va..
ll-room house and outbuildings: 12
acres of land; apples, pears, grapes, etc;
- minutes from railroad station. For
furUier particulars call at room 11 3d
floor Treasury Dept., or address OWNER,
box 27, Herndon. Va. sal5-7t-em
FOR RENT DOUSES.
FOR BENT-A nice home only $20 a
montu; 402 u st.; a nice rooms and
bath; large bath; sanitary plumbing; splen
did latrobe and range. STONE & FAIR
FAX. 806 F st. nw. sel 8-3 1
FOR RENT Only $25 for 9room house:
1037 N.J. ave. nw.: newly palntcdand
papered; bath, cellar and a. m. i. OWNER.
808 N. C. ave.se. sel8-3 1
FOR RENT -7 18 S st. nw.. 6-room brick;
nnd bath, to desirable colored tenant.
CLARFNCE THOMAS, 53 Kellogg tldg.
RENT reduced on following houses:
No. 319 C st. nw., 12 rooms $56.13
No. 2030 G st. nw., 13 rooms $40.67
No. 481 st.nw., lOrooms 37.50
No. 1510 Columbia st. nw., 8rooms.. 25.30
These houses Jiave all mod- Imps, and are
being put in thorough repair.
A. S. CAYW00D,
fiel6-3t,em No. 933 9thst. nw.
FOR RENT Reduced -from $20.30 to
$18.30; these houses are on T st., bet.
14th and L5th sts.uw.; they are two-story
bricks. 6 rooms aud bath, hot and cold
water, hall and cellar; in good order;
parking in front inclosed by iron fence.
A. si. GAIWyoD. 93i5 9tb t. nw
FOB BENT-Beduced to $18.50; nice cor
ner brick dwelling. Gth and F sIb. ne.;
6 rooms and bath; bay-window side and
front; a. in. i.; yard and wide parking
all around; inclosed by Iron fence. Apply
to I. W. BUBKABT Jr., 605 Pa. avc
FOR RENT -Only $15 per month, new 6
room house; reception hall, porches, Po
tomac water, near station. Applv M. E.
FISHER, Owner, 10th St.. Brookland, D.C.
FOR RENT Eight rooms of 12-room
houre; 4 1st floor; 4 3a floor; 2nd rioor
occupied by married couple; lovely neigh
borhood; very Convenient; reaioniitile rent
to family furnishing good refs. 303 M st.
'FOR RENT -608 1 3th st. ne.: nice brick.
o rooms uuu cam: newiy panned, var
nished and papered: good as new; $12.50.
Inquire 124.1 Aid. ave. ne. se!5-3t.em
FOR RENT-$30; No. 310 N. C. ave. sc,
7 rooms, a--m. i.; 20 feet front, nearnew
$25-Store and dwelling. No. 1230 11th
at- sc, 7 rooms, store and large stable, a.
m. I. C. T. YODER, G15 E st.nw. sel5-7t
FOR SALE A rare chance to secure a
home by paying every month $15, which
includes interest; only $200 cash pay
ment required; pries. $2,600; just $1,000
less than exist; a very pretty, new, 6-room
bay window brick, nicely papered, elegant
plumbing; 2 squares from two car lines; a
chance to make $500 in a short time; see
us at once; you will neveragaln have such
an opportunity. STONE & FAIRFAX,
806 F st. nw. Eel8-3t"
FOR SALE A RARE CHANCE-SPLENDID
INVESTMENT-Elegnnt homes; 3
pretty, new, bay window bricks, within
walking distance of Ponsion Office; prices,
$2,700 each; always rented to select ten
ants at $18.50; well built; 6 large rooms
and bath; sanitary plumbing; nicely pa
pered; wide parking; Iron fences; wood
sheds. STONE & FAIRFAX, 806 F st.
nw. sel 8-3 1
Fts ne, 4-room frame, size of lot
20x85ft, price $1,400
Sixth Bt, bet N and O sts nw,
S-room frame, in good repair,
mod imps, large brick stable in
rear, lot 15 1-2x110 to 25 ft
alley, price - 4,000
A. S. CAYW0OD. 933 9th st. nw.
FOR SALE -To whites only Own your
own home -By paying $55 cash and $10
per month It can be accomplished, and you
Won't mlSB the money: nearly new and
finely papered 2-story frame, with about
2,000 feet of ground; fine parking; large
porch; hydrant water in kitchen; sta
ble: 30-foot rear alley; within 2 squares
electric car line; east of Lincoln Park, lu
an improving section or city; price 51 ,425;
title perfect. 0. M. BRYANT, Owner,
Warder Building. 9th and F sts. sel7-3t
FOR SALE -Or exchange; to good colored
party, 2-story and cellar, mod. Imp., bay
window, brick residenca; good furnace;open
fireplace; cabinet mantels, etc.; good and
central location, nw.; close to schools and
markets; price right, and easy terms. O.
M. BRYANT, Warder Bldg., 9th and F sts.
sel 7-3 6
FOR SALE-Three-story, mansard Toot
frame; 10 rooms and bath; all mod. imps.
Only $500 cash needed: price $3,850.
Apply after 5 p. m., at 904 22d st. uw.
sel 6 -3t, em
FOR SALE Columbia Heights, an at
tractive, well-built home; 10 rooms: a.
m. 1.; will be sold for 20 per cent less than
Its actual value, within the next 30 days.
DANIEL & ARMAT, 1313 F st. nw.
WA 2CTKD nOTJSES .
WANTED A house with about 6 rooms,
modern improvements, within walking
distance of B. & O. Market; with stable
preferred. M. A. MISLOW, B. & O.
WANTED -A small house, not over $13,
with mod. Imps. Address RENTER, this
FOR SALE BICYCLES.
FOR SALE-Ridcrs, attention! By order
of the different storage houses we repre
sent, I am offering all high-grade bicycles
and tandems for ladies and gents at the
greatest attractive slaughtering prices of
the year. Advances niad on these goods
must be collected, and, therefore, above
sacrifices will be made. Such high-grade
bicycles as Syracuse, Rambler, Columbia,
Worlds, etc., etc, new and slightly used,
will be orfcred at this, the greatest bar
gain sale of the year. Sundries and parts
will be sold also, and no reasonable offer
will be refused. Bicycles bought outright
and exchanged, and taken on storage.
NEW YORK BICYCLE CO., 434- 9th St.
FOR SALE -Ladles" 96 Crawford In good
condition, for $15 cash, if sold at once.
1201 11th st. nw. se!7-3b
FOR SALE -Twohidlcs' high-grade wheels;
call and see them: at your own price; In
rirst-class condition and guaranteed. 802
K st. nw. se!7-3t
FOR SALE Good man's wheel; cheap,
$16. Call at 405 10th st.nw. se!7-3t
FOR SALE-6 ladles', 5 gents' and 1
combination tandem bicycles: Falcons;
all in perrect order; must be sold at once;
$20 to $25. G. B. VAN NEST. Adminis
trator, 1230 12th st. nw. sel47t-em
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13 1-2 St. & Pn. Ave.
In Erf ect May 9, 1S97.
Jfor Alexandria (week days). 6.30. 7.05,
,'.3o, ex.; 8.00, 8.30. ex.; 9.00. 9:50,
10.05 ex.; 11.00, 11.45 a. in.; 12.05, ex.;
12.20, 1.15. 1.45, 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, 119 p. m.
n j-or Alexandria (Sunday only). 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,
0.30, 7.00, 8.00, 9.00. 10.00. 11.20 p. m.
c'ii.uouni vernou.DvKeauu wa vacations
-oi juounc v eruou anu way oiuwonu.
(Klinr nv ,.,.l..i n nn 11 nn n m ' nil
." '"J "Jill J ,, U.UU, li.UU 4. !.. .WW,
4.00 p. m.
For Arlington and Aaueduct Bridge
(weekdays), 8.00.8.30. 9.00.10.05.11.00.
11.45 a. m., 12.05. 12.20. 1.15.2.05.2.40.
3.00, 3.30, 4.00. 4.15. 5.20. 6.05. 6.25:
7.00, 8.00 p. m.
. 'or Arlington and Aqueduct Bridge
(Sunday only). 8.00, 9.00, 10.00, 10.30,
j-x.uo, iiju, a. in., iz.vu noon, ia'i,
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
Baggpge checked free for passengers
holding Jirst-ciass tickets at Station. Bi
cycles, 25 cents each.
and F Sts.
Treats successfully all Diseases of the
Brain and Nervous System, Diseases of
the Blood, Skin, Stomach, Kidneys and
Bladder, Night Losses, Sexual Weakness,
Stricture, Varicocele, Hydrocele. SyphUls,
and all Private Diseases of either sex.
Consultation and Urinary Aua lysis Free.
The highest fee charged, whether you
have one or more diseases, la
-Wtlf, r.itlllrljia A II rmltftl-aa
Hours-10 to 12 and 3 to 5, dally: Sun
day, 11 to 12. sel7-tf
PROF. CLAY Oldest established medium
advertising in this city; consult him on
business, lawsuits, divorce, speculations,
HeparailonH, love or family troubles: can
tell you anything you wish to know;brinj
separated husbandand wire together;makes
swee theart or lover true : causes mairiaues:
removes spells or mysterious reelings; jdvea
luck; feu, 50 cents; hours, 10 to 10 daily.
489 H st. sw. sel8-3t
AIRS. BRIUGS, clairvoyant: advice on aU
subjects; chronic diseases cumi: no
medicine. 821 lltb st. nw. Alascot colors
on sale. selS-3t
MR. BRACKEN will hold a test circle at
Wonn s Hall, 721 6th st. nw.. Sunday
evu. at 7:30; his wife and daughter will
assist; no lecture; but all tests will be
given; silver offering. lt-em
of Providence. R. I., Test and Business
Medium, tells you just what you wish
to know without asking you any ques
tions; gives you full names; satisfaction
guaranteed; after others ha'e failed try
him; positively for a short time only;
sittings daily at 53 H st. nw. Ladles,
50 cents; gentlemen, $1. Hours. 10 n.
in. to 8 p. m.
Teit circle every Wednesday evening.
Air. and Mrs. Bracken will both give
tests and show spirit faces; 25 cents.
Sirs. Bracken, test and business medium:
also slate writing medium; sittings daily
at 58 H st. nw.; ladles. 50 cents
If you wish to consult a medium, why
not see the best?
The Master Mind ot
CliAlJRVO YAS CY,
The Exponent otHlgh-Grade
WIU give you truthful aud reliable infor
mation ana advice on business affairs,
marriage, love, divorces, separations, pen
flon, deeds, wills, lawsuits, travels, lost
or stolen property, etc.; names given, no
matter what trouble you may have, call on
this girted woman; Khe can help you out of
all difficulties: absolute satisfaction guar
aineed; Senium and English spoken- Resi
dence, 1303 G st. nw. sel3-lmo
AIISS SCHWAHN, magnetic treatment, 10
a. m., to 10 p. m. 319 1-2 Mo. ave. For
ladles and gentlemen. selG 3t
MADAAIE RETTA. clairvoyant, medium,
and card reader, 25c and 50c No. 510
E st. nw. sel-7t
PORTRAITS-! will make and deliver a
free-hand crayon or pastel portrait, with
frame (8 different styles on payment of
$1 per week; no charge unless satisfactory:
best reference in Washington given. Send
postal and I will call with specimen. ART
IST, this office. se!5-5t
TAKE a tumble to yourself a "fall" suit
is now necessary. We have eu; ele
gant ones, custom made and only a-'trifle"
worn, at figures that'll please all hands.
Keep this In i-our head. JUSTH'S OLD
STAND, 619 D st. nw. sel4-lw
GENTLEMEN, ATTENTION-Sults and
overcoats made to order; best custom
work; first-class fit guaranteed; credit If
you desire; easy weekly or monthlv pay
ments; business strictly confidential. Ad
dress PHOENIX TAILORING CO., this of
AIAIE. DAVIS, born Clairvoyant jid card
rcider; tells about business; removes
spells and evU influences; reunites the
separated, and gives luck to all: cures
piles and drunkenness. 1228 25th st. nw.
,, , riE. Tno.
Medium and card reader; Washington a
most famous clairvoyant and palmist: con
sult her on business, love and Tamily af
fairs; reunites the separated; removes spells;
causes speedy marriages, and gives irood
luck; open daily; German spoken; -c and
COc 929 H st. nw. se7-14t
THE "3 DAYS" CURE (ror men) leads
all remedies in this city: a prompt and
permanent cure or no clip.rce: consultation
free DR. McKEEHAN, 71 fi 12th st. nw.
512 13th SI. N.W.
Treats and cures all private diseases.
Emissions, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Strict
ure, Ini potency, Blood Poison and Lost
Manhood. Consultation free.
Hours 9 to 5, except Sunday.
In obstetrics; gold medal awarded for the
science of obstetrics from ihe University
of Munich, Bavaria; treats success fully
woman's complaints and irregularities; pri
vate sanitarium for ladies before and dur
ing confinement. Orrice hours from y a.
ui. to 6 p. rn.,Xo. 619 Pa. ave.nw.
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
uuu sr street rsortnweat,
Gold fillings and bridge work a spe
cialty, at the lowest piicc; amalgam idl
ings, 50c; full sets of teeth on plates, $5;
extracting, either by gas or local spray,
absolutely painless, 50c; without, 2r, all
work done by experts, and guaranteed the
best; open on Sundays from 10 to 3
EXPERT SPECIALIST In the
cure of all private disease Hydrocele
Varicocele, Stricture, Impotnncy, and
Byphllltio Diseases positively cured. Ad
vice ana Consultation Free. Both Sexes,
nours, a to 1, 2 to 5; Tues., Thurs , and
Bat. evenings, 7 to 8. No. 002 F st. nw.
(Closed Sunday.) je!5-tf
NINTH STREET CHRISTIAN CHIItCil.
corner 9th and D sts. no., Pastor E. B.
Bagby; W. II. Book at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. 111.; Evangelistic services overy aay at
10 a. m. nnd 7:30 p. m. Corner-stone of
new church to be laid at 5 p.m., Saturday,
September 18. it
SPIRITUALISM Sunday .-erviccs at the
Temple, 513 9th 5t. at 3 and 7:30;
lecture, followed by test seance: circles
Tuesday and Thursday nights, 1021 Ver
mont ave. Dr. Alatthews, medium in charge:
private interviews daily. it
MRS. McDON'ALD will hold meetings
every Friday und Sunday night, northeast
corner ot llth und U sts. ne. Readings,
tests, and questions answered. Residence,
230 7th st. se. lt,em
TYPEWRITERS rented at reduced rates;
wltn privilege of purchase; standard
makes; preliminary Instruction free. NEW
MAN'S TYPEWRITER AGENOY, 611 7th
st. nw. ttuH-3m,eta,
Vo ? uysj. i.30. lU.Oo. 1J.-UU a. in.
12.05, 1.15, 2.05. ,3.00. 4.00. 4.15 p. m.
. I" or Dyke and Riverside. 7.00. 8.00 p.m.
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
7.50 A. M. week days -PITTSBURG EX-PRESS-Parlorand
Dining Cars, Harrls
burg to Pittsburg.
10.50 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED
t'uilman Sleeping, Dmmg, Smofcing-'ancJ
Observation Cars, Harnborg to Chicago,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis. St. Louts, Cleve
'"h'1 and Toledo. Buffet Parlor Car ta
10.50 A. M. FAST UNE-PuIIman BttS7!
I arlor Car to Harrisburg. Iktlfet IVrfor
1 IorV.na.r,rislJHr to Pittsburg.
J.40 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. L0UI3
express - Sleeping Car Vu.t;iMa
to St. Louis, and Sleeping an.; PlntH!.
.Vnrs.larrl8DurB to St. Louis. NashviUa
- iyja .Cincinnati) and Chicago.
.. 1 . AL WESTERN EXPRESS-Pullman
Sleeping Car to Pittsburg, Chicago,
and Harrlsburg to Cleveland. Diaina
Car to Chicago.
' -. M.SUUTH WESTERN EXPRESS
"""'an bleeping Cars Washington to
littsburg and Harriiiburg to Sc LouU
-1 am? V,11",?3.--"- Uialng Car.
10.;f ; M- pacific express-puh-
- '"an Sleeping Car to Pittsburg,
i.oo A.M. ror Kane, Can;indaigua,Rocne
er and Niagara Falls daily, excep
10.50 a- m. for Elmlra and Renovo dally,
except Sunday. For WiUlamsport dally,
3.4U p. in.
7'l?Ps '.lr-for "IVnliamsporl. Rochester.Erte,
Buffalo and Niagara Falls dally, except
Saturday. -with Sleeping Car Washingtoa
10.40 p. m. for Erie and Elmlra dallyi
for Canandaigua. Rochester, Buffalo and
Niagara Fall. Saturday nights only.
Pullr.an Sleeping Car "Washington to
For Philadelphia. New York ana
:ii9.P ro- "CONGRESSIONAL LI1-.
ITbu," aally. all Parior Cars, with Dln
.R 9ar from Baltimore. Regular at 7:00
joining Can, 8:0O. 9:00. 10:00 tDlnlnsj
Car), and 11:00 (Dining Car from Wlp
nilugtoni a m., 12:45, 3:15, 4:20, 6:50s
10:0O and 11:35 p. m. On Sunday. 7:00
(Dining Car), 8:00. 9:00, 11:00 iDlnlni;
Car from Wilmington) a. m.. 12:15,3:13,
&20. 6:50, 10:00 and 11:33 p. m. Foe
Philadelphia onlv. Fast Express, 7:50 aw
m..week -days. Express. 12:15 p. m-weei:
days, 2:01 and 5:40 p. m. dally. For
Eoeton, without change. 7:50 a in. weelc
days and 4:20 p. m da'ly.
Fr Baltimore. 6.25, 7.00, 7J3U, 8.00,
9.00. 10.00, 10.50. andll. OO a.m12.1,
12 45,12.50. 2.01. 3.15,3.40 (4.00 Linr
Itetl'. 4.20. 4.36. 5.40, 6.15. 6.D0, 7.10,
10.00, 10.40. 11.15. and 11.35 p.m.
On Sunday, 7.00. S.00.9.U0. 9.05. lu.504
11.00 own., 12.15, 1.15, 2.01, 3.15, 3.40
(4.00 Limited. 4.20. 3.40, 6.15. 6.50.
7.10. 10.00, 10.40, and 11.35 p.m.
For Pope's Creek Line. 7.50 a.m . and 4.34
p.m. daily, except Sunday. Sundays,
or Annapolis, 7.00. 9.00 a. m., 12.15
and 4.20 p. m. daily, except Sunday;
a uniJav. 9- a- ' nd 4.2o p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line Expres3 for Florid,
and points on Atlantic Coast Line, 430
a-m., 3.46 p. m. daily; Richmond only;
10.5; a. in. week-days; Atlanta SpeeiaU
via Richmond and Seaboard Air Lino,
4.40 p. m. daily. Accommodation fot
Quanticn, 7.45 a. m. daily, and 45 p;
For Atlantic City (via Delaware Rivet
Bridge, all-rail route), 11.00 a. m., 3.15
aud 11.35 p. m. dally, via Market atre
wharf. IOjjO a. at and 12.45 p.m. week
days, 11.35 p. m. daily.
For Cape May.10.00, 11.00 a. m. weekdays;
1 1.35 p. m. daily..
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and Q
ttreets. and at the station, Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left for tbg
checking ot baggage to destination from.
hotels and residences.
J. B. HUTCHINSON. General Manager.
J. R. WOOD. General Passenger Agent.
Schedule in effect June 5.1897.
Leave Washington from station corner of
New Jerbey avenue and C at.
For Chicago and Northwest, Veatlbulwl
Limited trains, 10.00, 11.45 an., 8.03
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 tt.50 p.m.
For Coluiubud, Toledo and Detroit, 1120
Fo- Winchester and way station-. aa:00,
all:45 a. m., a5:3Q p. m.
For New Orleans, Memphis, Birmingham
Chattanooga, KnoxvUIe. Bristol and Roaa
oke. 11:20 p. m. dally; Sleeping Cars
For Luray, 3:40 p. ra. dally.
For Baltimore, week-days. 6:00, 6:30,
x7:05, X7:10, x7:30, xS:00. 8:30, x9:30,
xl0:00, xl2:00 a m.. xl2:05. xl2a0,
xl2:40. x3:00, 3:20. x4:30. 4:35. x5:05,
x5:10, x5;3u, x6:20. 6:30. x8:00, 8:15,
x:20, 11:15, xll:50 p. m., and 12:01
night. Sundays, x7:05,x7:10,x7:30,8:30
x9:00 a m., xl2:05,xl2:40, 1:00, x3:00,
3:20, 4:35, x5:05. x5:I0, 6:30, x8:00
x9:20, 11:15. xll:50 p. in., xl2:01 nlgh
For Annapolis, 7:10 and 3:30 a n,0
and 4:30 p. m. Sundays, 8:30 a.m., 4:35
For Frederick, week days, 8.00 a. m
11.45, 4.30, 5.30, p. in. Sundays, 9.00
a. m., 1.15 p. n
For Hagerstown, a 10.00 a. m. aal
a 510 p. m.
For Boyd and way points, week days.
8.00 a. ui., 4.30, 5-30, 7.05 p. m. Sundays,
9.00 a. m., 1.15, 7.05 p. m-
r'or Uaithersburg and way points, weeX
days, 8.00, 9.00 a- in., 12.50, 3.00, 4230,
4.33, 50, 5-15. 7.05. 11.40 p. m: Sun
days. 9.00 a. ra., 1.15. 4.33, 7.05, lo:ir
For Washington Junction and way points,
8.00 a. m., 4.30, 5.30 p. m., week daya,
9.00 a. m., 1.15'p. m. SundayB.
Hoynl Blue Liue lor New Yorlc and
For Philadelphia, New York, Boston and
the East, week-days. 7.05, 8.00, 10.00 a
m., 12.00. (12.40 Dining Cars), 3.00,
(5.05 Dining Car), 12.01 night. Sleeping
Car, open at 10.00 o'clock). Additional
train for Philadelphia, week-days, dally,
8.00 p. m.
Butr- irlor Cars on all day trat3.
For Atlantic City, 7.05, 10.00 aa.,'
12.00 noon. 12.40 and 3.00 p.m., WeeJC
dajB, 12.40 p.m., Sundays.
For Cape May, 12.00 noon. j
aExcep- Sunday. xExpre3 trains.
Baggage called for and checked from
hotels and residences by Union Transt
Co., on orders left at ticket orfices. 619
Pennsylvania avenue northwest. New Yorlt
avenue and Fifteenth street. and at Depot.
WM. M. GREENE, D. B MARTIN,
Gen. Manager. Mgr Pass. Traffio
(Schedule In effect July 4, 1897.) ,
All trains arrive and leave Pennsylvania
812 u. m. Daily, local for DanvlIle.Ohar
lotte and way stations, connects at Manas
sas for Strasburg. Harrisonburg, and
Staunton, dally, except Sunday, and afl
Lynchburg with the NorfoU- and Western,
aally, and with the Chesapeake and. Ohio,
daily, for the Natural Bridge and Lex.-
tai:i5 a. m.-Daily.the UNITED STATES
FA.ST MAIL, carries Pullman buffet
sleepers. New York and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with
Pullman Sleeper for Ashevilla and Bo6
Snrlngs. N. C; Knoxvllle, Chattanooga and
Nashville, Tenn., and at Charlotte with PuU-i
man Sleeper for Augusta- Pullman Buffet
Sleeper Now Yorkto NewOrleans, connect-,
lng at Atlanta lor Birmingham and Alem-'
iihis. Solid train, Washingtoa to New
Orleans without change. Sunset personally
conducted murlst excursion through sleeper
on this train every Wednesday to San Fran- ,
clsco, without change.
4 01 n. m. -Locul for Front Boyal. Stras-
bur-' and Harrisonburg, with connection for
Staunton, dally, except Sunday.
4.51 p. in. -Daily, local for Charlottes
ville. 10. 4S p.m. -Dally. WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN. VESTIBULED. 11&
ITED. composed ot Pullman Vestibuled
sleepers, dining cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New York to Nash
ville. Tenn.. via Ashcville, Knoxvllle and
Chattanooga; New -ork to Tampa, via
Charlotte. Columbia. Savannah and Jack
sonville; New York to Memphis, via Blr
minghum: New York to New Orleans, via
Atlanta and Montgomery. Vestibuled day
couch Washington to Atlanta. Southern
Railway dining car. Greensboro to Mont-
TRAINS ON WASHINGTON AND 0HIO
DIVISI0N leave Washington 9.01 a. ra
cially. 1-00 p. m. and 4.45 p. m. dally, ex-
-i r (.,,. , -twI fi 5S n. m. Snnrftiv nnlir
I for Round Hill: 4.32 p. m. dally, cxcentSun
I day Tor Leesburg. and 6.25 n m. dally ror
. Hernddn. Beturnlng, arrivo at Washing
ton 8.26 a. ro. and 8.40 p. m. daUy, and
! a n M - ilnitr avffknf. PtlTTrlMV f rtrrt
i Bound nilU and 7.00 a. m. dally, except
suiuiay, iroi tuuuu, .u- .
dally, except Sunday, from Leesbnrg.
Through trains from the South arrive as
Washington 0.42 a. m., 2.20 d. m. and
9.25 p. m. daily. Harriaonburir. 12.40 o.
m. and 9.25 p. m. dally, except Sunday,
and 8.30 a. ra. dally from Charlottesvill..
Tickets, sleepinc car reservation and In
formation furnished at offices. 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenue, andatPean
sylvanla Railroad Passenger Station.
"W. IT. GREEN, Gen Snpt. g
J. M. CTJX.P', Traffic -oncer. .
W. A. TURK. Gen. ?as8. Agent. 1
,$, UROW, Gea, At. as. Dep