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THE TDniS,, WASHINGTON. TUESDAY, SEPTEiOBB 2, 1902,
HELP "WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED-Good cook; also elmmt-ermaid wait
tew. and JioiwanaW; good wage. 1- Nc
York w. mv.
VANTEl)-Nur--e-liou!cmaid. ; ,1 wa.,V
ress; good wages. 11)13 Now Jork avc. ml
ttANTED-Three white and, nine colored ,c"
males; five liomcs free. MHS. MOORL, .11 4th
t. mv. "" ,
WAXTED-i-Stcadr white girl to learn and I as
sist in l.atli l.uine-: good MW an.l Lome.
Address at' Mice UOX 52. tliis omcc. "-"'
WANTED A girl to assist
woman cook for short orders.
in bakery; also
!I30 l'cnnsi Ivania
WASTED A woman for central housework at
313 C st. se.
WASTED A nice white woman who really
needs a home to assist with work around house
like her own home. Address DON th,s mcc
JVANTED-Dining room cirl. liors HOTEL,
6th and D Ms. mv. lul
"WASTED Woman for general housework 111
WASTED Woman to clean by the day; refer
ences. MRS. THOMPSON, 12S Maryland ave.
"IVANTEDQood girl for peneral housework; no
washing; small flat; nice family; brim; ref
erences. 001 I' st. I1W. ml
WASTED Experienced helper and apprentice
lor dressmaking; at once. K1 lflth st. nw.
Call .C to 8 p. m. ml
"WANTED Cooks, chambermaids, nurses, gen
eral houscworkers; help of all kind; Rood
places. MS Acker st, ne. m2-2
WASTED Woman for general housework; three
in family; go home at night; must be experi
enced cook. 1813 12th St. nv. ml
"WASTED A. woman for general housework.
1143 21st rt. nw-. ml
WASTED Good laundress to take home a
family washing; must have references. 2140 1
t. nw. nil
WASTED Girl for general housework; small
family. Apply tonight at 1325 4th st. nw. ml
"WASTED White woman to work in green gro
cery store; good pay for right party. 1412 P
L tra. ml
WASTED Girl for general housework.
"WANTED- "White waitress, with experience, for
European cafe; best wages. Apply WA1.I.1S
CAFE, C17 12th st. nw. ml
WASTED One knowing their business to treat
my hair,oncc a week at home. Apply 18 L
"WASTED A good cook for lunch room; also
neat girl as. chambermaid. 1312 l'a., ave. el
WASTED White girl to do general housework
for one elderly lady. Call at 171S 7th st. nw.
WANTED A good cook. Apply at once, 150S
st. nw. el
WANTED Saleslady with experience for dry
goods store. Call 131G 7th st. nw. el
"WASTED Experienced milliner; apply at once.
1638 llth st. nw. el
"WANTED A halt grown colored girl to mind
-a baby. 515 11 st, nw. el
WASTED A girl to do
Call at 90S 7th st. ne.
"WASTED Colored woman to do light house
work. 3j0 Pa. ave. nw. el
WASTED Girls to wait on table; references.
BRESNAHAN'-S, 426 Bth st, nw. el
WANTED Reliable woman for general house
work; four in family. 30S M su"?. el -3
WANTED Girl for light housework; small
family. G17 E st. nw. mi-a
WASTED Girl, for general housework;
adults; bring references. 1440 V st. nw.
WANTED Cafe waitresses, hotel maids, cooks,
kitchen maids mangle hands, ironers, clean
ers, and storeroom girls, today. DICK'S HOTEL
AGENCY, 12th and Pa. ave. ml-3
WASTED Operators on vests; also an ap
prentice; paid while learning. 43. all st. sw.
WASTED Experienced white waitresses; none
other need apply; good pay. l-lTTSIIIJHu
CAFE. OHO l'a. ave. nw. ?"sh3
WASTED A neat white girl for general house
work in small family; home nights. Call 2900
Bnghtwood avc. nw. e30-3
WANTED White girl for housework, with ref
erence. 00S G st, ne. m30-3
"WASTED Experienced buttonhole makers; good
pay and steady employment, 11. n-.AItl.MA:,
4IS Oth st. nw., becond floor. m30-3
HELP WANTED MALE & FEMALE.
WASTED Lady or gentleman stenographer.
..11 Y7 1 ... .... .... 1 .. ,
S.ll HI V AS St. II.., (lllt'I i U. III. 1111
WASTED Help for all departments in hotels
today. BURGESS HOTEL AGi:CY, 003 30tli
St. nw. el
WASTED Three chefs. 3 good second. 4 female
cooks, 5 chambermaids, for hotel; C waiters.
Unpioyment given iree. Applv to the A.MKH1
CAN COOK'S ASSOCIATION and tie examined
at 422 5th t-t. nw., basement door. el
"WANTED Young man or lady familiar with
Vhoto printing. Apply iietwccn a and 0 o clock,
d floor front 1343 F st. el
WANTED Male and female help with good
reiercnces to can at 1309 lltn st. m31-3
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WASTED Young lady in need wishes employ
ment of some kind. Addrcsi E. S. II., 1120 G
it. ne. m2-2
WANTED Washing and ironing to take home
neatly done ct 448 scw York ave. nw. el
WANTED By,-a"-tfressmaker, sewing to do at
home or out by the day; understands her
business. 1152 21st St. mv. Call for 2 days.
WANTED By respectable colored woman, place
as cook or general liouscworker: stav at iiicht.
4 Bumsey's Court, bet. 1st and d C and D
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
WASTED Situation wanted by licensed en
gineer. Address POX 51, tills ofhec. in2-3
WANTED Hy a colored boy, place as belllwy
or light work of any kind. 27 Tierce st. mv.
WANTED By a colored man. place as bar por-
,1erj 5 years' experience, l'lease call or writt
16 llth st, nw.
7TED Work with paper hanger, by young
with cxixrience; understands tinting and
ting. Ill H st. ne. ci
..TED By engineer, solier, moral, industrial,
-ences, position. Address BOX 40, this of-
CTED By an exiicripnced horseman, jki-
to drive wagon, or work of anv kind;
of reference. Address BOX 35, this oltlc-c.
RATIONS WANTED MALE AND
TED Situations for all kinds flrst-clas
Call or drop postal, THE OLD HE
ILE, 120(1 Sew York ave. nw. ni2-5
SEED a man, woman, or girl? Send
1 to MILS. JlOOlti:. 711 1th st. nw. ml
TED Call or address EXCEI.SIOIt EM
fME.VT OFriCi: for recommended help;
s given prompt attention. C48 Acker t.
TED By'rliefs, 4 seeowl c-ooks, z female
;-KOO& reference; 3 hotel chamlK-nnaidi,
vste fmili, thanibcnnaids; 0 hotel wait
all have been examined; the American
s' Association 0i trj-ing to tend the help
i and private families need. Apply to 422
t. nw.. basement door. el
VE LOTS of good help on my li't, white
lored. Call at rIB l!Uh st. nw. ml-2
jiTED HORSES AND VEHICLES.
TED Horses to board; best of care and
feeding. 1)13 New Jersey ave. nw. m31-3
TED One lwrse wagon for use in coal
ess; capacity 2,500 lbs. Applv 511 A st.
mil First-class parties to occupy well
lied rooms; meals if desired. Apply 1210
L " H131-2
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED Ten Rood men to handle pick and
shovel, at once; office fee, 75 centR each. In
quire in store, 1132 1 It Ii st. nw. ml
WANTED Young man for live stock company;
good opening. Applv 1200 Sew York ave.
WASTED A man with horse and wacon to
deliver orders; hours, a a. m. to 3 p. m.; state
terms per week. Aildress BOX .VI, this ollicc.
WAXTE1 At or.ce, a young man for a position
in a butter and ceg stand" in one of the local
markets; state age. Address UOX 51, this of
WASTED Today, three oyster and restaurant
cooks, four dishwashers, three drivers and
stahlemen, six waiters, four liellmcn, city and
country people. SIIACKLEFORD'S, WO K st.
WANTED Young man of Rood habits; $12
week; bring references to Ml 10th St.. Room d.
WANTED Honest country youth can make $10
week. Call PHOENIX Ill'II.DI.NG, 524 10th St..
Kooni C. ml
clerk. 1005 M st nw.
WANTED Colored boy as porter and to run
errands; must have wheel and references. 1226
14th st. '"I
WANTED Young man can make $3 per day.
no canvassing. 021 r' st. nw., hceonu noor. mi
WASTED 1'aperhangers, at once; steady
CHAItl.ES EHNST a)., 1113 llth st. nw.
WANTED An expcrieneeil presser and cleaner.
Applv at once, J. M. STEIN & CO., 413 llth
St. niv. m2-2
WANTED Barber, at once; $7 per week guar
antee. !W Pennsylvania ave. nw. 1112-M
WANTEIr A good, reliable boy at soda foun
tain; must have pome experience. Apply !Oo
Htli st. nw. nil
WANTED Five plasterers; ?4.25 per day; bring
tools. 1st and ijuincy sts. ne. m2-3
WANTED Canvassers and solicitors. Call be
tween 5 and 0 p. in. today. 517 10th st. nw.
WANTED Hotel bookkeeper; steward; head bell
man; todav; oilier help. Hl'lttiKSS' HOTEL
AGI1VCY, 5 30th st. ml
WANTED Eight carpenters for inside finishing.
17th and Park sts. and North Capitol and M
WANTED Baker to work on bread and cakes
for.ret.iil trade only. 539 Stli st. se. el
WANTED Experienced bushelman at once. An
ply BLOCK & CO., C25 l'a. avc. el
AVANTED A young man as grocery clerk who
is a (rood solicitor: references. Address BOX
9, this office. el
WASTED Soda clerk; experience and reference.
CHRISTIAN! DRUG CO., 4S4 Pa. avc, nw. el
WANTED Expcrieneeil shop boy at once. G.
.MILLER 500 7th st, nw. el
WANTED Reliable young man. colored, as por
ter; bring references. Call 1S47 14th st. nw.
AVANTEIe Hotel clerk, steward, colored chef
and second cook, dishwasher and liar porter;
also white lunch bar men, for out of town.
DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY, I2lh and l'a. avc.
WANTED Thorough insurance agent: large
debit; good contract to right party. Addresi
11UA ;t. tin; omce. ml-3
WANTED White or colored 1kv to work
saloon. Apply at II. HABTEN'S, Brightwoyd
avc. nw. . nil -5
WASTED Hotel steward, head bartender, as
sistant steward, .'ead waiter, hotel carpenter,
head liellman, engineer, white waiters, for this
city. DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY. 12th and l'a.
WANTED A young man to learn the wall
paiwr business1. EASTERN WALL I'Al'EB CO.,
Uth and G sts. mv., basement. ml-2
WANTED l'aiwrhangers; S3 a day, or piece
work. EASTERN WALL l'AI'EB CO., IMi and
t; sts., basement. ml-2
WANTED Two first-class shoemakers; bring
tools. 512 K St. nw. m31-3
WANTED Bright young man who is well ac
quainted with the real estate trade to solicit
advertisements for a weekly puer. Addrs
BOX 29, this office. in31-3
WANTED Two first-class journeymen shoe
makers; one to do turned work; no drinking
men neej apply; good wages, I ward and lodg
ings for good men. Apply D. 11. MALLEBY,
Boot, Shoe and Harness Maker, Hyattsvillc, I1.
WANTED Two stair builders and 2 mill hands.
K.. A. THOMASSON k HBO., 421 N. .1. ave. nw.
WANTED Boy to work in dry goods store in
.Aortneast; rcierencc required; state age. Ad
dress BOX 16, this office. m30-3
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; new sys
tern; only eight weeks required; wages Sat
urdays while teaming; tools donated; diplo
mas awarded; steady position positively guar
anteed when through; catalogue mailed free.
MOLEBS' DAUBER SCHOOL, New York City.
WANTED House of S or 10 room, vicinity Sth
to llth, F to I sts. nw. Address BOX 32, this
WANTED ROOMS AND BOARD.
WANTED By married couple, loard with two
unfurnished rooms; state particulars. Address
BOX 23, this office. c30-3
WANTED COUNTRY PROPERTY.
WANTED To rent or lease country place near
car line; state full particulars. BOX 24, 'this
WANTED To buy second-hand footpowcr scrcw
cntting lathe; must be dieap. Address IIOX 13.
this office, slating condition and price. m2-2
WANTED Phonograph or graplioplionc; large
or small. Auuress BOX 47, this office. m2-3
CONTENTS OF HOUSES, flats and furniture
of all kinds bought. Big money paid. Address
I). NOTES, JC3 Fla. ave. nw. Prompt attention.
WANTED Furniture. Sec us if you have a stove
to sell. We buj store and office fixtures. FRIES
& HOI'WOOD. tth and K sts. mv. m31-3
WASTED Glass office imrtition and doors.
al-out 20 feet"; pine or oak. Address STEPHEN",
332 lnd. ave. in31-3
WASTED Typewriting, 100 words 10c. addi
tional 100 5c. 207 G st. nw. e30-3
TO DELIVER bread to private families: best
bread; moderate jirices. Box 400, this ollli.
WANTED Furniture and carpets; buying con
tents of houses a sin-cialty; highest s-pot cash
prices paid; drop imstal to A, 11. LEVY, 140s
E st, mv.; prompt attention. m2a-7
WASTED-HIGHEST cash pike paid for la
dies' and gentlemen's cast-off clothing. Ad
dress jwstal and I will call. II. TARSIIES,
1303 7th st. nw. c25-30
OLD GOLD, SILVER AND COINS bought, 615
G tt. nw. G. MARTIN. augl2-30t
WANTED Furniture ind carnets of every de-
icription; contents of houses, etc.; highest cash
prices paid. Drop postal and will call at once.
S. W. AUCBSSTEIS. 410 10th st. nw. j3-tt
WANTED Furniture and carpets; buying con
tents of houses a specialty; highest spot cas'i
prices paid. Drop postal to F. SELINGER.
1)27 Sitli st. mv.; prompt attention. m7-30
WANTED I'awn tickets for diamonds; cash
paid for old gold, silver, coins, etc. ABRA
HAMS. 433 Clh st. aui-tf
FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSE.
COFFEE will give small furnished house with
hot water heat for room and lioard at 2101
4th st. ne.; no children. r30-3
FOR RENT STORE.
FOR BENT Store and stable,
Apply at 436 New York ave.
'Hi st. nw.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
EOH KENT Boom in private flat; all modern
improvements. Call aflrr 4 p. in., 1220 (1 st.
FOII HEXT Clean, bright rooms; transients
accommodated; 2 per week. -IIS 2d st. nw.
FOB BEST Nicely furnished large and small
rooms. 1116 G st. nw. mi-3
FtlB KENT Desirable rooms, furnisheil or nil
funiisheil, with or without board; Pennsylvania
avenuecarsat door. 420 10th st. se. ' mS-S
FOB BEST Two large rooms, second floor; gas
and heat; suitable fo,- gentleman or lif-llit
housekeeping; ftiniislied or unfurnished. lt4 I'
st. nw. ni2-3
FOB BENT Two nicely furnished corner rooms
for housekeeping; all couveuitMci. 222 ( st.
nw. . in2-3
FOB BENT One furnished room second floor
front. 1S05 9th st. nw. el
FOB ItENT Booms. Cull 420 C st. lie. el
lYllt BENT Furnished rooms'; large front, sec
ond floor, $.') month. 004 II st. nw. ml-3
FOB BENT S2S 13th st. mv.;
rooms. $0 to $10; gents only.
FOB KENT Nicely furnished
family. 2135 K st. nw.
l)lt BENT Desirable furnished lodging rooms
for gents. C20 G st. mv. ml-3
I'OU BENT Beautiful furnisheil room, first
floor, heat, gas and tiled hath, $2 a week. 7U
5th st. nw. ml-3
I FOB BENT Central, small furnished rooms;
privaic noiw. ooi I2tli St. nw. mi-J
FOR RENT 1711 O st. mv.: large, nicely fur
nisheil front rooms, second and third floors,
southern exposure, suitable for married couple
ot two gentlemen; terms reasonalJe. ni31-3
FOR KENT Furnished second and third floor
front rooms; also furnished hall room, fill I
St. nw. m31-3
FOR RENT Three nicely furnished rooms; two
suitable for light housekeeping. 2117 G st.
FOR REST Nicely furnished second floor front
room, bay window, alone, closet, suitable for
two; lKunl if desired. 40 K St. mv. in31-3
FOR BEST To gentlemen, furnished looms.
(ill 1 st. mv. U131-3
FOR ItENT Furnished room, one person, $1.50
wceK". IDi u st. nw. 11131-3
FOR BEST Nicely furnished front room. 307
til st. nw., Uistalrs. niJl-J
FOR RENT Front r.-nim, opposite Congrcsdouai
Library, ?5 per month. 200 East Capitol st.
FOR" RENT 515 2d st. nw.; large, cheerful
rooms, well furnished; stationary washstand,
hot and cold water in each room; reasonable.
FOB RENT Three nice third-story rooms, gas.
bath. 12. 2313 M st. r..v. Pl3C3
FOR RENT Furnished front room, second
floor, C a month. 710 Rhode Island ave. mv.
FOR RENT Second-story room for gentleman,
heat, light, private family, $.50. 503 Spruce
st. nw., Le Droit l'ark. m31-3
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, double or
single, in modern flat; tiled bath; all modern
improvements, $10 and $12. Flat U, 217 F'st,
nw. . eSO'-S
FOR RENT Tumished back room to neat quiet
person. 112S Cth st. nw. eIiO-3
FOR REST Two furnisheil rooms for light
hou-ke-eping. Apply 320 2d st. se. c30-3
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms. 11& 1)
st. mv. c30 3
FOB RENT Two nic-ly furnished cojimuni
eating rooms, se-cond floor. 74S 3d st. nw.
FOR REST Comfortably furnished room, sec
ond flour. 003 1 st. mv. in30-3
FOR RENT Thiee nicely furnished rooms, two
front and one hall room; people In office pre
ferrcd. 42S& II st. mv. m2u-4
Beautifully famished rooms, with baths, at
summer prices. Jtll-U
FOR REITT UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
FOB RENT Unfurnished rooms for light house
keeping. 021 Maiyland ave. sw. nr2-3
FOB REST Three partly furnMicd rooms for
light housekeeping; 110 children; 12. 310 -11
st. nw. . el-3
FOR BEST For business purpose, tfto large
parlors; cential location. .23 llth st. nw.
FOR BENT Unfurnished rooms, newly painted
ami papereu; price mouerate. J20S II st. nw.
FOB BENT Four rooms on second floor, sitigle
or en suite, suieauie lor iigiie iiouseKceping,
re.ison.il ile. 1S47 yth st. nw. mJl-3
TOR REST Thre-c unfurnished rooms for light
iioiwehccping, second noor. :i3 uin st. sw,
FOB RENT Five bricht rooms, faclnir Smitl;
souian l'jrk centrally located; will rent singly
or.eu tune; uam on same i:oor. w 11 at. a
FOB RENT Three rooms, bath, heat anil gas,
light housekeeping, second floor. 510 21st st.
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms; fine lo-
e-ation. 10:11 bin st. nw. m31-3
VX)M RENT Two large, handsome second floor
rooms, sihgl or en suite; private family; hoard
next door. 010 1 st. nw. m31-3
FOB RENT Two pleasant rooms, front and
luck, bath, steam heat. 10O E st. mv., 1st
FOR RENT Unfurnished,
cove; 3d floor; 110 children,
large rooms, al
020 Maryland ave.
FOR BEST Two rooms, second floor. 313 G
st. nw. 1U30-3
FOB RENT 1011 10th st. mv.; four delish"
ful rooms in well kept house; porcelain butli;
near two car lim-i. iu30-3
FOR BENT L'nfuniished, first floor :indbase
Hunt; beautiful rooms; line range in kitchen;
references; married couple-. 1111 Corcoran st.
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms. 1U1U llth
st. nw. iu30-3
FOB BENT Tlire-e unfurnished rooms, light
housekeeping, 17; no children. 3ia II st. ne.
FOR RENT Pleasant and healthy unfurnished
rooms. 1425 gtii st. mv. in29-7
FOR RENT Six unfur. rooms tlie-an. 1117 7t'i
st. nw. Applv FRANKLIN, IZM llth s'.. sw.
FOR RENT FURNISHED OR
FOR RENT Two rooms, second floor; light
housekeeping. 125 C st. ne. m2-3
FtR RENT 916 12th st. nw.; desirable rooms,
furnished or unfurnished, reasonable tu good
ROOMS AND BOARD.
401 ITU ST. NW. For rent, with or without
board, brge thinl story turner 1I10111; teniu
ROOJIS and board; $1 per monlfiT early break
fast if desire!. 2212 1 st. nw. el-3
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, with or
without board, ?5 'and 7 month. KQl 7th st.
1MB RENT Booms, with board, $IS and $20.
517 2il st. mv. ml-3
713 K ST. N. W. Booms and lioard; beauti
ful parlor room; transient. iu31-3
ARNOLD HOUSE. IMS II ST. N. W. Good
board, clean moiiHiciisniiable prices. m.11-3
FOR REST Very large pleasant 2d floor rooms
with good tame uoarii. ihu 1. n. nw. i-ai-a
FURNISHED front rooms and board. 519 2d
st. nw. 1-30-3
1224 13TII ST. NW. Booms wKh lioard; south-
em expo-ure, steam heat, l-irge rlusets and
convenient to car lines; single rooms $20 and
25; dmihle rooms $10, ?I3 and $50. e-30-.'l
ROOMS with lioard near Capitol; reasonable
prices. 210 1st .-t. ne. e:i0-1
FOB RENT Two huge
board. 1O00 M st. mv.
FOR RENT FLATS.
FOR RENT At 3121 14th st.. five room and
bath, rear yard and porih, hot water heat. $20.
W. P. MirrCAI.F, lWfi F St. nw. m31-3
FOR RENT Flat of 3 rooms, $10; also other
rooms. 1131 7th st. nw. e30-3
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
roll SALE i'awii ticket for solitaire diamond
ring and stud, nine carats-. Address BOX 4!),
FOR SALE Handsome oak folding bed; looks
like new; only $S. 11. S. DICKINSON", 1731 to
1737 7th St. nw. m2-3
FOR SALE Folding bed, with wardrobe, only
10. B. S. DICKINSON", 1731 to 17S7 7th St.
FOR SALE Oak chamber suites, $S, $10. and
$12. 11. S. DICKINSON, 1731 to i377tli . mv.
FOR SALE Handsome Iron lmU. in Hide and
preen bronze. $G and ?$. I). S. DICKINSON,
l,M to l.:ii itn si. nw. IH2-3
FOR SALE Cheap, four sewing machines; one
drop bead Singer, good as new. It. S. DICKIN
SON, 1731 to 1737 7th St. nw. m2-3
FOB SALE Handsome parlor suite, $12. II. S.
DICKINSON", 17.11 to 1737 7th st. mv. ni2-3
FOR SALE Hue oak roll-top desk, good as
new, ?I5. 11. S. DICKINSON, 1731 to 1737 7tli
ft. mv. m2-3
FOB SALE Graphophone and outfit;' ued but
little; your price it quick. Address" BOX 43,
this office. in2-3
FOB SALE Two oak bedroom suites, sprlug",
and mattresses; three inarain s-arpets; one oak
sideboard. Call Wednesday, September 3," 1225
Clifton st. nw.
FOB SALE No. 0 Remington typewriter; alsj
other makes. 109 llth St. nw." m2-3
FOR SALE 0.il; beslroom suites. $10; sidc-iM-anl.
$10; large refrigerator, ?2; roll-top desk,
$12.50; iron and brnsi bed-t; solid mahogany
and bird's-eye maple suites; bookcases; library
tables; piano; folding bed, anil entire contents
of 22 rooms; must sell at once, party leaving
city; dealers and patties refurnishing, bring
.lour poeketliooks with you. HAIIItY SAY
MAX. 429 iitli st. mvT el-3
PURE .lerscv milk 0c por quart; give us a trial.
Addles, IIOX 3S. this office. el-3
FOR SALE New full sired white enameled bed
stead cheap. 1103 IStlitt. nw. el-3
FOR SALE 1.7MX0 old brick and lumber. Ap
ply Conn. avc. and L st. (ill -3
FOR SALE Pawn ticket for solltnlre diamond
ring, at once. Address BOX 36, this office.
FOR SAI.l Four good, fresh cows, cheap. 3510
Brightwood avc. m31-3
FOR SALE Fine old mahogany bureau, at
once. 315 1HI1 st. ir.v. m31-3
FOB SALE O'ood size iron safe, perfect order,
$30. 31.1 lith st. nw. 1H31-3
FOB SALE Handsome hand-made walnut hall
rack, cost $150, for $35. 315 fith st. nw. mSl-3
FOB SALE Rare bargains: fine five-piece parlor
suite, $20, cost $;W, used one week; $35 oak
ciuna 1'lo.set, 912.MI, good as new; quartered
ink leather-trimmed hall seat, :10.50, cost $45,
goenl as new. 315 fith st. nw. ui31-3
FDR SALE Remington typwriter. No. 2, goml
condition, $30. Address UOX 28, this office.
FOR SALE 26 ft. sloop rig sail boat, good
condition" and fast, $75. JAS. A. NICHOLSON
& SON, 1312 F st. nw. au31-tf
NO DEALER NEED AI'l'LY Have for sale at
312 Jackson St., Anacostin, one bedroom suite,
parlor furniture, parlor organ, tables, bedding-.
Will seil to private parties, l'lease call. ,m31-3
FOR SALE Printing press," Baltimore jobber.
No. 4, fl7. FBIES & HOI'WOOD, Sth and K
sts. nw. m.11-3
FOR SALE China slop jars, with covers, C3c;
regular price $1. HUES & HOI'WOOD. Sth and
1C sts. nw. II131-3
FOR SALE-Oak folding bed, with wardrobe,
cost $45, will sell for $16. FBIES k HOP
WOOD, 6th and K 6ts. nw. m31-3
FOR SALE Furniture, slightly used. See U3
if you want to save money. FRIES it HOI'
WOOD. Sth and K sts. nw. m31-3
IOB SALE 1 DOd slightly used stoves, hcaiers and
cook stoves; all kinds and sizes. Buy now; get
first pi-.'k. Stoves that look like new for little
money. FBIES & HOPWOOU, Sth and K sts.
nw. ' ui3l-J
FOB SALE Large Ice box, $15.
HOI'WOOD, Sth and IC sts. nw.
FOB SALE Dishes and toilet ware. Give your
order now for II. A. 11. dairy lunch mugs, 45c
per joren; china cuis without handles, $1.50
per gross, large hotel china plates, roll, edge,
ooc per dozerr. 'regular "price '$1.10. See us.
Look! Nine-piece toilet sets, $1.43; odd bowls
and pitchers, CSc for 2 pie-ces. Wake up. i00
covered slop jars, special oae, while tliey Ixst.
Buy now; sae inoiicj. FRIES k HOI'WOOD,
Mb and K sts. nw. m31-3
FOR SALE Well breel bull terrier; male; 14
months old. S31 1st St. ne. e30-3
FOR SALE A cheap lot of store fixtures, in-
liiire at HOTEL FHEDOSIA. i'SO-3
FOR SALE A pair of English Beagles thor
oughly broken. Applj to C. T. AUSTIN", Ken
sington, Sid., or the Bureau of Forestry. e30-3
FOB SALE $5 for .Morris chairs with hair
tuliion;i $0 for hair mattress in two parts;
bedroom ind parlor suites, $1 per week. Get
our price. REDMOND'S, 311-313 7th st. nw.
eO-tf ' '
FOR SAI.E Extension table, one cewk stove,
one laundry stove, one sideboard, at 2007 llth
St. nw. ni30-3
FOR SALE Cheap, lady's bicycle, $10; girl's
bicycle, $ij; U-st make. Apply 221 First st. se.
FOB' SALE Gent's Columbia, high frame, $5;
guaranteed. Addrnw BOX 20. this ollicc. H13U-3
FOR SALE Encyclopedia Britannira, Rebellion
Becord-i, with majH, all handsomely bound,
cheap. Address BOX 17. ibis office. in30-3
FOB SALE At 1011 Conn. ave. mv., a lot of
building material of a first-class house now
being taken ilowii. Call at once. in30-3
FOR SALE Cheap, one meat counter and two
racks. Apply 1S10 14th st. mv. iu30-:i
FOR SALE Lot ot second-hand type t iscs,
staiul-i, cabinets ami imposing stone; bargain.
GLOBE PRINTING CO., 311 l'.i. avc. mv. m30-3
FOR SAI.E Sewing mat nines on credit; 50
cents weekly; from $5 up. Our finely equipped
machine shop and high skilled machinists en
able us to guarantee every machine and ex
change machines not satisuctory. 425 4JJ st.
sw. Open until 9 p. in. iu2s-7
3 UPRIGHTS CHEAP!
Three second-.iand Upright Pianos of good
makes at $125, $140. and ?15, 011 $5 monthly
F. G. SMITH, 1225 Pa. Ave.
FINE slightly used Sticll piano, used only two
months; another piano of same make used sis.
mouths, at greatly reduced prices. One second
hand Upright $175; a line EMcy organ, $50. ant
many other bargains. KJsv monthly pji incut.
fcTlEFF PIANO WABEROOIIS. J." C. Cohliit,
manager, 521 llth st. mv. e22-tf
FOR SALE Good quality opaque shades, flttc4
io your windoui, only 25c; the best quilitT
oil opuque sUdt-e, 50e; hung free; wilt call with
stimpies. KLEEliL.VTC", llth and 11 its. ne.
'Fbcne. East 25-0. tlO-tf
FOR SALE-HORSES & VEHICLES.
ToU: SOLD TrHOUT BESI'.BVE Two young
horses and one mare, suitable for family or any
business; also ruhber-tirc iiuuliout and har
ness, nearly new. Call lear OIH 0 st. nw. m'i-3
1011 SAI.E Cheap, last gray pacing borst
(2:15); gentle, fearless; ruliber-tire runabout
and liannss. Address BOX 12, this office, mi-3
FOR SALE Wagon. Apply after 5 p.
12th st. ne.
FOB SALE Good work horse, $10; buggy burse,
$75; ginlle; also lot of good furniture elieap at
once. HARRY SA V.MAS, 129 lull st. nw. el-3
I "OR SAI.E One phaeton buggy and one D.iy
ton wagon cheap. Call utter 1, 120S N St. ne.
FOR SAI.E Drummer's runabout stationary top
biiguv and new harness cheap. 1212 .M St. ne.
CASH OR CREDIT For sale, cheap, for cash,
six runabouts, $40 lip; canopy top surrey.
$42.50; two standing top busini-HS phaetons, $00
ami $S0; al.sn fifty other stilish, new mid second-hand
buggies, phaetons, surreys, and all
st.iles vehicles. Lirge slnek of buggy, Sur
rey, and trap harness from $10 lip. A. J.
.STABLER, 211 llth st. nw. m.11-3
FOB SALE A line riding horse. Can be seen
at 3150 lit. 1'lcas.int .Market. Cheap for cash.
LEON" L. FREEMAN. nill-3
FOR SALE A fine driving mnre, 1! years old.
Apply at 1II5 O st. mv., after 1 p. 111. m31-,1
FOB SAI.E One driving
1110 Dst. se.
and one work Iiiirs?.
NORTH COLUMBIA HEIGHTS,
THE NEW ADDITION" TO THE GREAT
How to lie vour own landlord near Mount
Pleasant with $100 tasli and $20 monthly. For
full particulars drop postal, telephone or call
for new 16-:agc illustrated booklet, plat, etc..
of North Columbia Heights. Carriage free to
sec the property.
FULTON R. GORDON, 701 14th St. nw.
Telephone, Main 593.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE If von call to sec us we will sell
Jem the best newS-rnom and reception lull,
lit-. r bltrben. tiled bath, porcelain tub.
licit water heat. a. 111. l.t new house in the
best and most central section of the northwest-
large lot; for $0,250 c.n Very easy terms;
don't' delay. E. LODGE HILL, S02 F st. mv.
FOR SALE On 30th St., West Washington, D.
C, a house containing 11 rooms and bath,
large cellar and jard, small building in rear,
lot 25x120, convenient to two lilies of curs.
BOX 22, this office. "30-3
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOB RENT House No. 00-2 Callan st. ne., $9;
also large store and cellar e-orocr (Hit and Cal
lan, $12. GEORGE BURGESS, Attorney, 022 F.
St. nw. eSO-3
FOR RENT SUBURBAN.
FOR REST Herndon, Va.; 11-room house, 10
itc-iir. all in fruit; splendid shade; excellent
witter; trains stop in Iront of grounds. MRS.
E. S. MtTSSEY or E. C. DITTOS. Cth Hour,
Columbian Blilg., 416 5th St. ni31-3
AT BRIGHTWOOD, D. C,
Desirable residence fronting on Brightwood ave.,
containing 11 rooms and hath room. Wide
Lallwav, lurnace heat, gas and water; extensive
ground and plenty of nice shade trees. Elec
tric cars in front" of the premises. For price
mid permit to inspect applv to
m.11-3 J. V. X. Ill' YCK.' 1505 l'a. avc. nw.
LIVERY STABLE, clearing $300 month; price,
$2,000. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS, fill
F st. m-3
MHJIT AND CONFECTIONERY STAND, clear
ing $.1 day; snap. NEW YORK BUSINESS
BBOKEBS, UIl F st. m2-3
BUSINESS BROKERS, Oil F st.
IOR SALE Furnished Ii:irding house, com
plete; 12th st., above G; alwat-s full; ill health.
DR. il.. Agent, 516 12th st. nw. iii2-3
FOB SAI.E Grocer, cigar, and notion store.
301 D st. te. 1112-3
FOR SALE Meat market and grocery: good
location; good reasons for selling. 'Address at
once, BOX 41, this office. m2-3
FOR SALE Contents of small cigar store cheap;
nice show case. 102 II st. nw. el-3
BEST location in city for shoe shining parlor;
rent $25; key may be had for $50. Address BOX
il, this office. el
FOR SALE Cheap, stock and fixtures of smalt
grocery store doing good cash business; cheap
rent. 010 Sth st. e el-:!
FOB SALE Furnished-room house; S rooms;
tenanted; nice people; good location; paying
investment. Address 222 G st. nw. m31-3
FOR SALE 022 shares Consolidated Wireless
Telegraph Company stock, $175. Address BOX
27, this office. m31-3
FOR SALE Saloon and hotel, 50 rooms, cen
trally located, doing thriving business. W. J.
DUGAN, 017 Li. a've. mSl-3
FOR SALE Saloon, prominent corner. South
west, cheap rent, $2,000. W. J. DUGAN, 617
l-i. ave. m31-3
FOR SAI.E Or rent, contents" of bakery with
store, oven and equipments, harness and wagon;
route guaranteed. 718 13th st. nw. e30-3
GENTLEMAN with $500 to $1,000 wishes to en
gage in established business with Eerrices. BOX
25, this office. e30-3
$S50 will buy an established business paying $50
wceklv; short hours; will stand careful inves
tigation. Address BOX 7, tills office. e2'J-7
TRUTH ABOUT WATCHES nd mainsprings,
10c. BROWNE.' 00! F st. n. mll-tt
LOST On 7th st. car, lady's chatelaine bag,
ocntaiuiug keis and 50 cents. Reward at 1111
21st st. nw. in2-3
I.O.ST At or on car to Cabin John Bridge,
nurse's diploma. Please return to JEBOME A.
D'AUDKI.KT, tm K -t. se. am! rcecltc re
LOST Lirse Elk and K. of C. emblem charm,
either at American League l'ark or lietween
there and Georgetown. If finder will please
deliver same at the Jolly Fat Men's Club, 033
I) St., a liberal reward will be given. ml
LOST Gold link cufl button; letter
7th st. Bcward at 42S II st. nw.
LOST Sunday night, 11:30, on I.e Droit Park
car, cartlcasc, containing tickets, change, etc.
Bcward. E. A. CORBIN. Civil Service Commis-
LOST Tuo $10 bills on Columbia line. Reward
If returned to Rev. C. K. illl.l.ICAN, Dunkirk,
LOST lady's open-face silver watch, with green
hack, near Center -Market. Saturday. Liberal
reanl for return to C51 hth st. ne. m.11-3
FOUND I Dili's chatelaine purse at Cabin
John's Bridge. Owner can have same by iden
tifying property. J. A. DOI1SEY, 010 New
York uvc. nw. el-3
Owner can have same by
calling 1222 S st.
SICKNESS and death are in cellar-made lct
crcam; seucr gas causes It; do not eat that
kind; our lce-crcam is made IS feet above
the ground and is pure, delicious and health
ful; 70c and 50c per gallon. LACEY'S, 007
New York avc. u., and 113-115 Chicago St.
.MADAME BURNETT, celebrated palmist and
cl.1inov.111t. OIS (i st. n. iu2-3
SYLVIA (i OR DON,
The I'ojceui iker, give-s advice Ironi a source
that has no iqual. Is now at C12 llth st. mv.
LOOK out for tl.c workinginan is the cry from
fur and near, and we are alwajs on the watch
to oiler them the best suit of clothes that can
lie had in Washington, tailor-made, slightly
used, and lint little money tor you to pay for
tlieni. We sell uu a complete outfit in nun's
wear. The Outfitter;-. JISTII'S OLD STAND,
fclll D. el-7
-Mr. Terry, the .Mintig medium, will commence
Lis Wednesday tiiglit meetings at 131 C st. ne.
beginning Septe.nlier 3. Sittings daily. el
JIME. Til i:0.
Card Reader. Palmist, M ilium. Removes spells,
leunitcs the separated gives luck. German
sniki-n. IK II st. nw. 25c. 50c. ml-2
Clairvoyant, Card Header, Palmist, and Medium.
Permanent at Oil King st.. Alexandria, Va.
LADIES. 25c; GENTS, 50c.
Tells from cradle to grate, unites separated,
causes speedy, happy marriages; removes family
troubles, spell, inisterious feelings, eonjur-i-tions,
etc.; gives luck. Business confidential.
Office hours, 10 a. 111. to S p. 111. Electric cars
stop at door. ml-2
PHRENOLOGY 928 Pennsylvania ave.; honest
scientific: advice regarding business, success,
health, marriage, culture. I'ROF. .MoDONNKI.L,
35 ears' practice. Diploma. e30-3
CLAIRVOYANT Card reader.
1228 25th st. nw.
Expert Specialist in cure ot all scute snd
chronic ailments. Complaints ot the dig-estiva
organs, nervous and blood disorders ijuicklj
ComsultatlaB free. 6Q2 F St. N.W.
IF YOU ABE GOING TO PUT
money In a bank, rou look for tha
HI est institution: why not use tha
same care when vou denosit vour
valuables for s loan. We have a building and
safes made for that purpose. All business
sosolutely confidential. Jloney loaned on
watches, diamonds, jewelry, etc. Interest ai
three per cent Instead of ten.
II. K. FULTON'S LOAN OFFICE.
EsUblUlicd 1S70. Ul Ninth Street nw.
FOR MOUNT VERNON,
.ALEXANDRIA, AND ARLINGTON.
ELECTRIC TBAIX3. STATION 13 & P- Ave.
For Mt. Vernon, every hour, week days, from
10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
For Alexandria and Arlington every half hour.
Round trip to Alt. Vernon, 50c. Round trip
to Alexandria, 25c. Round trip to Arlington,
20c. Round trip fo ML Vernon, includic?
Arlington and Alexandria. 00c.
WASH., ALEXANDRIA & AIT. VERNON BY.
SEE TIME TABLES AT HOTELS. aultf
Schedule correctrd to August 2. 1502.
Trains leave from Pennsylvania Station.
8:01 a. in. IHtlly. I.ocal for Harrisonburg,
Warrenton, Charlotte, and way stations.
10:51 a. m. Daily. Washington, Richmond,
and Florida Limited. First-clas coaches and
drawing-room sleeper to Jacksonville, Fla. Din
ing car service.
11:15 2. 1.1. D.lllr United Rt-ites Fast allll.
First-class loaches and drawing-room sleeper
10 .ew uri-ans. liming car service.
11:37 a. m. Daily. Local for Warrenton and
4:01 p. m. Week Days. Lucal for Harrison
burg and way stations cm Manassas branch.
4:30 p. ni. Daily. Local for Warrenton and
8:15 p. m. Daily. New York and Atlanta Ex
press. First-class coaih and sleeper to Atlanta:
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, Sunset
Route. Tourist sleeper Washington to San
Francisco. Pullman bufTet service.
9:50 p. m. Daily. New York and Florid:
Express. First-class coach and sleeper to Sa
vannah, Jacksonville, and Port Tampa; sleeper
to Augusta, and connection for Alkcn. Dimn
10:01 p. m. Daily. New York and Memph's
Limited (via Lynchburg). Ft rut -class coach and
sleeping car to Roanoke, Knoxville, Chat
tanooga, and Memphis; sleeper to New Orleans.
Dining car service.
10:45 p. m. Dally. Washington and South
western Umited. All Pullman train, club and
oUicrvition cars to Atlanta and Macon; sleep
ers to Nashville, Atlanta, Macon, Memplii",
New Orlrans. Dining car service.
TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANCH.
Leave Washington, week days, 8:10 a. m.,
1:00 p, m., 1:35 p. m., 4:4!) p. m., and 8:25
p. m. Latter to Leesburg only. Sundays only,
9:01 and 11:10 a. au, and 0:25 p. rn. for
.Through trains from the South arrive Wash
ington 0:42 a. m., 0:52 a. m 7:40 a. 111., 0:15
a. m., 2:00 p. in., 3:15 p. m., and 9:30 p. m.
dally. Local trains from Harrisonburg, 11:55 a
m. week cbvs and 9:40 p. m. daily. From
Charlottesville, 8:2S a. in. and 0:10 p. m. daily.
Tickets, sleeping- car reservations, and de
tailed information can be had st ticket offices.
705 15th St.. 511 Pennsylvania Ave., and Penn
sylvania Station. Baggage checked through
Irom hotels and residences.
Phone two. P. R. R. Call Service.
C. II. ACKERT, General Alanager.
P. II, HARDWICK. General IWr Agent.
L. 3. BROWN, General Agent.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
"Capital City Route."
Leave Washington, Penna. B. B. Station.
10:41 a. m. seaboard fast auil-
UallV. Through Pullman Sleepers to
Jacksonville, connecting at
Hamlet with Pullman Sleeper to Atlanta.
7 D. IT1. T-A- -XD METBOPOI.ITAN
DailV. LIMITED Solid train to St.
Augustine, with Pullman, Drawing Room, Com
partment, Observation, and Dining Cars, also
Pullman Sleeper to Atlanta. Pullman Sleeper.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays to South
ern Pines (Pinehurst).
These trains offer excellent schedules and
service to Petersburg. Raleigh, Southern Pines
(Pinehurst), Camden. Columbia, Savannah,
Jacksonville, and all Florida point3. Charlotte.
Athens. Atlanta. New Orleans. Chattanooga.
Nashville, points West and Southwest.
4:30 a.m. LOCAL To Petersburg. Raleigh.
Dally. Southern Pines (Pinehurst).
Hamlet, and'lntermedlate points.
Office, 1421 Penna. Ave.
C. B. RYAN. W.JI.DOtL.
CHESAPEAKE BEACH RAILWAY
Effective July 23, 1902.
Trains leave District Line Station (reached
by Columbia electric trs) as follows:
THROUGH EXCURSION TRAINS.
Week dais, 10:30 a. m.. 1:00, 2:30, 3:13,
and 7 p. ml Sunda'3 and Holidays, V.15, 10:30.
11:30 a. m.. 1:30, 2:30, 3:30, 5:30. 7. and 8:30
"" "returning, XEAVE the beach.
Week days, 12:10, 2:30, 5, 7 and 10 p. m. Sun
days and Holidays, 12:40. 1:50, 3, l:M. t:5u. 9,
9:10. and 10-30 p. m.
1BAIXS FOR LOCAL POINTS LEAVE.
Week days. 0:15 a. m., 5:15 p. m. tjundays,
9:15 a. 111., 5:30 p. m.
A. U. LEWIS. G. P. A.. 1120 New Torlr .
St. Paul, Sert.3, 10a.in.t. LMiis.Sept.10.l0a.nl
Southwark, Sept. O.noonlF'clphta. Sept.l7,10a.iu
RED STAR LINE.
NEW YORK NTWERP-PAItIS.
Frlexland.Seot.C. inti.m.Kroo'l'd.Sept. ;0.10a.m.
Va'r'l'd. Sept.l3,10a.m.Zee!and, Sept.27,10a.m.
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY.
COMPANY'S WASHINGTON OFFICE. 1300 F St.
N. W.. or Geo. W. Alws. 1411 G St. N. W.
NORFOLK & WASHINGTON
Every day la the year from foot of 7th
rt. for Ft- Monroe, Norfolk, Newport
News, and all points south, by the su-
perb, powerful steel palace steamers
Newport News," "Norfolk," and
Lt. Wash" ton... 8:30 pm'Lr. Portsm'th..5:00 pra
l.v. Alexandria.7:00 pm
Lt. Norfolk.. ..0:00 Dm
Ar. Ft. Monroe.7:00 ami
Ar. Norfolk.. ..8:00 ami
Lv. Ft. ifonroe.7:00 pm
Ar. Alexandria..8:30 am
Ar. Washinirt'n.7:0O am
Ar. Portsm -ui..o:u am
fTTThrough connections mnde at Nor-
folk with rteamers of Old Dominion
Steamfhlp Co. for New York, and Mer-
chants and Miners' Steamships for Bos-
gJTFor further Information apply at
generat ticket office. Bond Buildiny, llth
and N. Y. ave., or 7th at. wharf. Wash-
ington, D. C.
Phone 2200. JNO. CALLAHAN. Cm. Mgr..
PRACTICE in District of Columbia and adjoin
ing States. II. 1). GORDON, Lawyer, Ula 14th
st. nw. ml-0
TRUNK rehiring at Jour residence 50c up.
Send postal, 750 (ith st. nw. eOQ-3
"WILLIAAIS' " BOOK EXCHANGE. Boos!
bought add raid; also bookbinding In all Its
Winches. 3 O st. am 30-tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
MONEY TO LOAN
ON REAL ESTATE IN D. C.
SO DELAY BEYOND EXAMINATION OF
WALTER H. ACKER,
704 llth St N. W.
MONEY TO LOAN
At 4K to 5 Por Cont.
On approved city real estate, at 4, 4',4, and 2
per cent interest. Special privileges with re
spect to prior payments. Large amounts a
TYLER & RUTHERFORD, INC,
is6i V SL Jf. w.
ROOMS PAPERED. 1.75 up; house painting,
lowest prices. CARLISLE BROS., 1105 Oth st.
ne. 'Phone, East 30C D. ml-3
KOLTE, S2I 9th it nw., Il consUitly recelv.
tug the latest and most attractive designs in
Wall Paperr. and papers rooms from $2.00 1.0.
Call and Investigate for yourself and lie roi..
STATION CORNER OU SIXTH AND B STS. ,
7:50 A. iL DA1LT. PITTSBURG EXPRESS
Parlor and Dining Cars UatrUurg to l'ltisbunjr.
10:00 A, M. DAILV. PLNNSYlAANIA L1M-iti-'iii
I'nllman siM.mn! lllninr. Smoklnf. and
Observation Lara Harrisburg lo Chicago. Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, . Louis, cievciana, an-i
loledo. Buftct Parlor Car to HarrUburg.
10:50 A. M. DAILY, FAST LINE fallmaa
Bullet Parlor Car to llatrilburg. Bullet Parlor
Car Harrisuurg to I-Jttsbur-r. ,,.,.. a
3:30 P. M. DAILY, CHICAGO AND ST. LOTjlS
EXPHESS Sleeping Car Washington to St.
Ixiuis, an"d Sleeping and Dining Cars lUrrlsbur;
to Indlanapolu, St. Ia5Uis, Louisville (via Cin
cinnati) and Chicago.
7:15 P. M. DAILj", ST. LOUIS EXPRESS
Pullman Sleeping Car Harrisburg to St Lsula.
7:45 P. II. DAILY, WESTERN EXPRESi-Pull-man
Slecpirg Car to PitUbun; and Chica-jo.
in.lr.T &'?. .tJIKr... ,v- -.
.M3 I. al, li.Ml.l. i-iiir.iM.iu .... W...S.. ajjK.iss
NAT! EXPRKSS-l'ullinan Sleeping Urs VJasli- (ngi
tngton to I'lttjinirg-. and iiatrisourg w unit ,
land and Cincinnati. Dining Car. 1)
10:40 P. JI. DAILY, PACIFIC EXPRES-PulI-
man Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
7;50 A. M. DAILY, BUFFALO DAY EXPRESS,
with through Broiler Bullet Parlor Car and
Coaches to BuOaio, via Emporium Jiinctlun.
7iO A. M. for Kane, Canandaigua, Rochester,
and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday.
10:50 A. M. for Elmira and ltenovo daily, ex
t,tpt Sunday. For U Eliamsport daily, 3:30 P. iL.
7:!5 P. M. DAILY, BUFFALO NIGHT EXPRESS,
with through BufTet Sleeping Car and Coache
to Buffalo, via Em'orium Junction.
7:15 P. if. DAILY for Erie; for Rochester, ,
Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily, except Satur
day, witfi Steepitug Car Washington to Bocbester.
10:10 P. M, for Erie, Canandaigua, Rochester,
Buffalo, and Niagara Falls dally. Pullman
Sleeping Car Wamington to Rochester Satuf
i-MO P. M.. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED" .
Daily for New York-, all Parlor Cars, witk
Dining Car from Baltimore. ,
For Philadelphia, New York, and the, $-2
East 1 'If
7:57 (Dining Car), S:10 (Dinin-r Cu), 9:00. I
10:00 (Dining Car), 10:25, and 110 (Dininit I
Car from Wilmington) A. M., 12:45. 315, s-JH !
Clllnfn. far trr,. Itilflmorel. it: JO. 10:00 P. M.. I
12:10 night. On Sundays, 5:30 (Dining Car;,!
7:00 (Dmin' Car), 7:57 (Dining Car). S:ia)
(Ulnini; Car), 3:00, 10:25, u:w luinii wu
from Wilmington) A. M., 12:15r 3:15. :Sa :
(Dining Car Irora Baltimore), 0:50, 10:00 P. IL.
For Philadelphia only, Exprcsi. ":a A. M-,
12:15 P. M. 'week Uajs, 2:01, 1:10. and 5:40 P.
For Boston, without change, 7:15 A. M. welt
clays and 4:50 P. It. daUy.
For Baltimore, 5:00, 5:30, 6:15, 7:00, 7:1a, 7:50.
7:57, '3:10, 9:00, lu:O0, 10:25, 10:50, 11:00 Ju
il., 12:15, 12:15. l:-0, 1:2, 2:01, 3:1a, 3:3C
(i:00 Limited), 4:10, 4:20. 433, 4:50, 5:40,'
B:15, 6:50, 7:15, 7-15, 10:00, 10:10, 11:35 P. IL.
and 12:10 night. On Sundays, 5:30, 7:00. X:50,
7:57 8:10, y:00, 9:05, 1025, 10-50. UX) A.
M 12:15, 1:15, 2:01, 3:15, 3:30 (4:00 Limited),
4:io, 4:20, 4:50, 5:10, 6:10. 6:50, 7:15. 7:
in -C.l 1O-10 T ! and 12:10 uitftlt.
for Pope's Creek Line, 7:15 A. it and 4:33 P."!
SU weet-davs. Sundars. 9:05 A. M. .
For Annapolis, 7:50 A. M., 12:15 and 4:20 P.
M. .veek-daj's. Sundays, 0:00 A.M. and 5:40 P.M.
Seashore Connections. i.
"ATLANTIC CITY SPECIAL," 1:20 P. IC
wetk-days. Solid vestibule train, Pullman Bui- ; j
fet Parlcr Cars and Coaches through to Atlaa t,
h Delaware River Bridge, os!7 all-rail route.
11:00 A. M., 4:10 P. JL, and 12:10 night,,
clailv, 12:45 P. M. week-days. -
Ma Maneet Street Wharf, 3:W (Saturday only),
10:00 and 11:00 At M.. 12:45 P. M. week-days,
12:10 night, daily. 12:15 P. JL Sundays only,
for Cape May, 10:01 A, IL, 12:15 and 12:45 P
M. we-days, 12ro night, dally
For Asbury l'ark, Ocean Grove, and LoM
Branch, 12:10 nient, daily, 8:10, .11:00 A. JC,
and '2:45 P. M. week-days.
Ticiet offices, corner Fifteenth and G Streets,
and at the station, Sixth and B Streets, whera
orders can be left for the checking of baff-raga
to-" destination from hotels and residences.
Telephone call "1640' for Pennsylvania Bail-
rB-'llCTCHINSON. J. B. WOOD,
General Manager. General Passenger Agent-
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RY.
Schedule Effective August 22, IfXC t
Trains Leave Pennsylvania Station.
M P. it. nHy CINCINNATI AND LOUIS
VILLE EXPRESS. Solid vestibule train for
Cincinnati. Beaches Mountain Resort Station
tame evening. Cincinnati and Louisville next
morning, St. Louis and Chicago that evening.
Pnllman Sleepers to Cincinnati and LouisvllU
Bailv. Dlnin-r Car.
65.) P. JL Daily-WASHIXGTON AND ST.
LOUIS SPECIAL. A new solid vestibulcd
electric-lighted train, arriving Cincinnati
11 Ma a. m., Indianapolis 3:25 p. m., St. LouU
9:45 p. m. daily, Chicago 8:40 p. m. week- ,
days, Pullman Sleepers to Cincinnati, Indian
apoUs. and St. larois without change- Parlor
car Cincinnati to Chicago. Diningcar.
1110 P M. Daily-F. F. V. LIMITED. Solid
train for Cincinnati. Pullman Sleepers to
Cincinnati. Lexington, and Louisville without
change. Compartment Sleeper to Virginia
Hot Springs daily except Sunday. Sleerer
Cincinnati to Chicago and St. Louis. Dining
Reservations and tickets at Chesapeake and
Ohio office, 513 Pennsylvania avenue; 009 Four
teenth street, near F, and at the station
Telephone call 1C40 for Pennsylvania R-R. Cab
Service i- FUXLEK,
General Passenger Agent. , f
Telephone Main 10T.6. -
BALTIMORE AND OHIO fl. R.
Schedule in effect Jlay 13. 1002,
Leave "Washington, New Jersey Ave. and C St,
Chicago and Northwest, 10.50 a. m., tJ20
Cincinnati. St. Louis, and Louisville, 10:05
a. in., 4:15 p. m., 1:10 nighU
Pittsburg anJ Cleveland, -10:50 a. m., 3:4
p. m., and 1:C0 night.
Columbus and Wheeling, 6:20 p. m.
Winchester, !S:35 a. m., i4:lj and a:3J
Luray, Riverton, Front Royal, Elkton, 4aS
P'Annnapolis, 7:r0, "S:C0, 1111:50 a. m., 11:30,
Frederick. !S:35, "9:00, 10:50 a. m., "1:15,
4:30. and iio:- p. m.
' Hagerstown. 10:05 a. m. and
Hir-,1 .-mil wav noints. t!C:35.
!5:30 p. m.
9:j a. m..
1:15. ;il:30, Iia:"0, "iu:ia, hij.:w p. ro.
Gaither.ibunr and ivay points, S:3j, "9:00 a.
m.. !'12:50. "1:15. 3:30. !4:30, 'a:!, 1530.
j7:0.-; "7:20, "10:15, 1(11:30 p. in.
Washirgton Junction and way points, HS:3a,
"9:00 a. m., "1:15, ,4:S0, 5!C0 p. m.
Baltiinorc, week days. x3:00, 5:00. 6:30.
X7-05 7:3, xS:30, 3:35 x0:S0. xl0:00. lSO a.
m" xl2:2 noon, xl:3.i, t3:00, x4:l, x4:30,
4:3.-1." x3:03. 3-i. xG:20, 0:30, xS:00. xlO:00.
xll-30 11:35 p. m. Sundays. x3:W. x7:05.
V-30 x3:.T0. x9:00 a. m., xl220, 1:13. x3:0).
x3:sb, x3:05, 6:30, xS:00, xl0:0o, xll:30, 11:35
P" '"' ROYAL BLUE LINE.
Ml trains illuminated with PinUch light.
italtimore, Philadelphia. New York, Boston,
and -the East.. 3:0p, T:05 (Diner). i!3:C0 (Buf
fet) "0:M (Diner), i 10:00 (Diner) a. m..
H.',t (Diner)," T3:00 ("Royal Limited."
I)fn"er), 1,400 . (Pliiladelphia only), MiOo
(Diner). S and-'11:30 p. m. (Sleeping Car
open at 10:00 -o'clock)-
Atlantic City. H7:05, ;;i0:00 a. m., 111220
noon. 1:W n. ra.
Dailv. Exccpt .sunelay. "Sunday only.
Bacgagc called for nnd checked from hotels
and' residi ncea by Union Transfer Co. on orders
ieft at ticket olllce-s. 619 Pennsylvania Vrenuti
cotthwot. New York Avenue and Fifteenth
Street, and at statiom
For Richmond, Va., and polnti South, tU
Alexandria and FrcdtricKsburg. Lcaie sutioa,
6th snd B streets, 4:30 a. m., 3:41 p. ffi., daily
(dmlng car) lor Richmond nnd points on At
lantic Coa.t Xinc acd Florida; 10:41 a-' m.,
7:00 p. m. daily (Florida and Metropolitan
Limited), for Richmond and points on Sea
board Air Line and Morida; 10:it a. m. train
connects at Richmond with C. t O. Ry. lor
Newport News, Old Point Commit, etc.; 10:31
. in. dail for Richmond and points on South
frn Railway and Florida dlrin; car); 7.40a. m.
rek dsvs, i:i5 p. m. dally, prej for Rich
uond oiily. Pullman or p.irlor cars on al
above trains Accommodation for Quantico, 7:40
a. m.. Sunday only; 4:25 p. m. weik days;
3;s) p. m., except Saturdav.
E. T. D. J1YERS. tr. V. DUKE. TV. P. TAYLOR,
President- General Mn.. Tratlli; Mgr.
BIRDS, DOGS, ETC.
FOR FLEA and lice destroyer, also medietas
for dogs, eats, and birds, go to SCHMID'S
BIRD STORE. 712 lith st. nw. airi-tt
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