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V TELE EVENING TTWEfc, IQiDKESDgr, APRIL 29, 1898. y BAILBOAEtS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. TATTON CORNER OP SIXTH AND B t 6TREZTH. In Effect April 24, 1808. X0.30A..M.I,ENNSYLVAN1ALIU1T Eu 1'ui.nun alecping. Inntug, Smoking und Observation Car Hurrlsburg to Chicago, Cincinnati. Indianapolis. BL Louis. Ce eland nnd Toledo. Bufrct Parlor Car to Harrisburg. 10.30 .A.. M. FAST LINE Pullman Hull el Parlor car to Harrisburg. Parlor and Dining Cars Hsrifoburs-toPtttsburir. B.40 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST, LOUIS LAi-Ui.oo-i'ultmaii linnet Parlor Car tu Harrisburg. Sleeping and Dining Cars Harrisburg to 8t. Louis, Cincinnati, Louis vill and Chicago. "X.XO P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS Pullman Bleeping- Car to Chicago, and Harrishurg to Cle eland. Dining Car to Chicago. T.IO P. BT. SOUTHWESTERN EX PKEdi Pullman Sleeping and Dining Cars to St. Louis, and Sleeping Car Harrisburg to Cincinnati. 10.40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRE8S. Pullman Slot pine Car to Pittsburg. T.SO A. BX. tot Kane, Jauaudaigua. KoUicMn, :uid Niagara Palls daily, ex cept Sunday. X0.30 A. BT, forElnilra nnd Rcnovo. daily, exctpt Sunday. For WUllams port, daily. .1.-S0 P. M. T.IO P. Bl. for Wllliamsport.Rochcster, luirr.iio.aiid Niagara Falls, dailv. except Eaturdar, with Sleeping Car Washing tou to Suspension Bridge via Buffalo. 0.40 I. M. for trie, Cauandalgua, Rochester. Ilurfalo and Niagara Talis, ditly. Sleeping Car Washington to El mi ra. For Philadelphia. New "Yorlt and the Bust. .00 I. BT. "CONGRESSIONAL LIM ITED," oaily, ail Parlor Cars, with Dining Car rrom Baltimore. Regular at 7 05 lOmlng Car), 7.20, 9.C0. 10 00 (Dining Car), and 11.00 (Dining Car from Wilmington) A. SI., 12.48. 3 m 4 20, C.40, Id. (JO and 11.35 P. SI. On Sunday. 7.05 (Dining Car). 7.20, 9.00. 11.00 (Dining Car from Wilmington) A. II . 12.15, 3.10, 4.20. 6.4U. -10.00 and 11.35 P if. For Philadelphia only. Vast Express. 7.50 A. II. week days. Express, 12.10 week days. 2.01 and B.40 P.M. dail v. For Button , wil hout chance. I no A. il. week dajs. and 3.15 P. M. flally. Atlantic City. 3:15 P. M. daily ('la Market Street Ferry), 10.00 A. il. and 12:15 P. SI. week-days. 11:35 P. SI. daily, and 11 A. SI. Satunlays only. For Italtimore. C.23, 7.03.7.20, 7.50, 9.00, 1O.O0, liuu, 11.00, aud 11.50 A. SL. 12.15- 12.4.-). 2.01. 3.15. 3.40. (4.00 Llmlted.4.20,410.5.40.G 03.0.40,7.10, 10.00. 10.40. 11.15. and 11J15 P. SL On Sundav, 7:05, 7.20, 9.00. 9.03, 10.30, 11.00 A.M.. 12.15, 1.13. 2.01. 3.15, 3.4(1, '4.00 Limited). 4.20. 5.40, 6.05, 6.40. 7 10. IO.00. HMO, and 11.33 P.M. For Pope's Creek Line. 7.20 A.SI. and 4.36 P. SI., dallv, except Sunday. For Annapolis, r.20, 9.00 A. M.. 12.15 acd 4.20P.M ilaily.evceprSuiiday. bundajs, 9 00 A. M and 1 20 P. SI. Atlantic Co 1st Line. Express for Richmond. Soints on Atlantic Coast Line. 4 JO A.SI.. .4ci P. it. daily Richmond and Atlanta. 8.40 P M daily. Richmond only, 10.57 A. SI. week dars. Accmnmodilton for Quantlco. 7.-15 A. M. daily, and 43 P. SI. week clays For Alexandria. 4.30. U.33. 7.13, 8.40. 9.45, 10.57. 11.50 A. Si.. 12.50, 1.40. 3.20, 4.25. 5.00, 5 37, 0.15. b.12. 10.10 and 11.39 P.M. On Sunday at 126.96.36.199. 9.45 A. M., 2.45, CIO, 8.02, and 10.10 P.M. Leave Alexandria for Washington, 0.05, C.43,7 05 8.00.9.1O. 10.15. 10.2SA.M.. '.00. 2.15. 3.00, 3 23, 5.00. 0.30. 0.13. 7 00, 7.20. 9.10, 10.52, and ll.ixj I', M. On Sunday nt G.43. 9.10. 10.28 A M- 2.15. 0 30, 7.00, 7.20. 9.10, and 10.52 ?. SI. Ticket offices, corner rifternth and O streets, and at tl station. Sixth and II streets, where orders can bo left for the checking or baggage to destination from hotels and residences. B.M. PREVOST, J.R WOOD. Gen. Manager. Gen. Passenger Agent. ALTIMORE AND O HlU BAILBOAD. Schedule In effect April 10, 189(5. Leave Washington from station corner of sew Jersey avenue and C street. For Chicago and Northwest, Vcstibuled Limited trains 11 30 a. m.. 8 06p. m. For Cincinnati. St. Louis, and Indianap olis. Vestibulcd Limited 3 45 p. tu.. ex press 12 10 night. For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express Cally 1 1 30 a. m. and 8 40 p. in. For Lexington and Stauuton. 11 30 a. m. For Winchester and way stations. b5 30 V m. For Lurny. Natural Bridge. Roanoke, Enoxville. Chattanooga. Memphis, arid .New Orltnns. 10 50 p. m djilj: sleeping bail, iuiuuiii. 3 25. X4 23. 4 32, X5 05, 16:10, X5-30: t 35. X6 20. 0 30, XB.OO, S'15, 29-20-11 15. xll 50, p m.; and xl2 01 night Sundays. x7 05.X7-10, 8 30 x9.00,xlo 00 B m.; Xl2 05.x 12 35. 1 00, x3 00, 3.25. 4 32. X5 05. X5 10, 0:30. x8.00, x9:20: 11 15. xll 50. p. ni., xl2 01 night For Annapolis, 7 10 and b 30 a.m.; 12 10 snd 4 2a p in. Sundays, a 30 a. ni- 4 32 p. m. For Frederick. a9 00. b 1 1.30 a. m., cl 1 5. t4 30. 1)5.30 p. m. For Hugerotown. bll 30 a. ra.. and bO.30 p. m. ForBoydand waypnlnts. wcckdays.9 00 a m.. 4 30, 5 30, 7 05 p ru. Sundays. 00 a m.. 1 10. 7 00 p ni. For (lalthersburg and way points, wee oays. 7 00. 9 CO a. ru., 12.50, 3 no. 4 30 4 33. 0 30. o 30, 7:05, 11:30 p. ru. bun dajs. a 00 a m.. 1 10, 5 36, 7:05, 10.25 P. m. For Washington Junction and wavrmlntu 9 00 a m.. cl 10 p. ru. Express trains stopping at principal stations ouly, b4 30, B will. DLUE LINE FOR NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA. "" ah iraiusiiiuiiiiuaiui with Piutsch light. For Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East, week days. 7-00, d:uo. CO 00 a tu. Dining Car), 12:00, S.oo. (B 05 Dining Car),.0u p.m. (12:U1 night. SleeplugCar open at lO.Uo o'clock). Snndaja, t7 05 Dining Car I, (9.00 a.m. Dining Car), 112-35 Dining Car). 3 00, (0:05 Dining Car). S 00. 12.01 night. Sleeping Car open lor not se.igers lu.oo p. m.) Buffet Parlor Cars ou all trains. For Atlantic City. 10.00 a. ni-12:00 noon. Sundays, 12:35 p. in. bExcepl Sunday. aDaiiy. cSundayoalr XKxpresi train. Baggage called for and checked from ho tels awl residences by Unloa Transfer Coiu pauy, on ordeis left at ticket offices, 019 Pennsylvania avenue northwest. New York sveuueami Fifteenth street, and at denot. V.M.U.UUEENE. CHAS.O. SCULL Gen. ilauager. Uen. Pass. Agt. Southern Railway. (PIEDMONT AIR LIKE.) (Schedule In effect April 19. 1890.) All trains arrive and leave at Pennsylva nia passenger station. 8 k. in. -Daily, local for Danville connects t Mauassjs lor Blnsburg, dally excent Buuday. and at LynUiburg with the Nor folk and Western, daily, and with the Cues epeake and Ohio, duly ior the Natural Bridge and Clifton Forge. "uuirai 11:15a. m. Dally, the UNITED STATra FAbT MAIL carries Pullman BuffetSiee'n trs. New Vork and Washington to Jackson. Ville. uultmg at CiiarioUe with Pulldian Sleeper ror Aogusta. also Pullman HleeneF New York to New Orleans, via Slonigomerv connecting at Atlauta with Pullman Slcei tr forBirmiiighaiu.MemplilsandSt Louii 4 01 p. m. Local for Front Royal, River ton aiiif btrasiiurg, daily, except aunday 4 51 p. m.-Dailv.IocalforCharlottesvuia. 10.4.1 p. m. Dally, WASHIMJiov ANn BOUTUWESTERN VESTIBULE!) LlSf. 1TED. compimil of Pullman estlbulcd lecpers, dining cars and day conch... Pullman sleciwrs New York to AshmlUs and Hot Si.nu.N. C.;Nw YorktorSmA , vu Charlotte. Columbia, Savannah and Jacksonville, and New York to Memniiis ia Birmingham; Ne ;w York to Scvi 0rte,r2" ia Atlonui and Sloutgomery. Southern Railway estibuled day coal, ?Vnsn? luttou to Atlanta. Dining car. Orecnsboro to Montgomery. "etusooro TRAINS ON WASH1NCTOV iwn OHIO DIVISION leave nShuTgtSn 9"oi m. daily and 4:15 p m. dailyT Sre,S sirS day,andij:25p.in. Sundays oniy,roritn,,T Bill, 4:32 p. m. dally, exeeat annda 2 Leesburg. and 6.25 p. ni. dally for IlerndnS' Uetarnhig. arrireat Washington M-luJ? m and 3.00 p. m. daily, from Kound'mif and 7:00 a. m. daily. exc-cptSutty.rromHiS: doo. and bJ4 a. in.aaUy, except SuSaS. fjom Leesburg. -ur. Through trains from the South arrive at Washington 0:42 n. m., 2-20 o. m., and 9:40 p. ra., danyjuanassas divis ion. 10.00 a. ni . daily, except Sunday, arid :40 a. ui., dally, from Charlottesville . Titkets. slcipiug car reservation and In formation fnniisnedatofriecs.511 and 1300 Pennsylvania avenue and at PennsylTaalm Railroad l'acngcr Station. J. M. CCL1', Traffic SJunacar. W. A. TTjnK. Gon. rnsM. Auent XUHa. TUkidu AuctionSales HORSES and MULES Big Sale! Tomorrow, Tharstlay, Aiiril 3010:30 . rm. CO Hand at oar NEW AUCTION STABLE5, 303 Hill JT. w. Magrath & Kennelly, AUCT10KKKR8. SALE of Pabllc Property War Depart menu April 23, 1890. Ttiere will be sold at public auction, at 10 o'clock a. m., MAY 1.189a.attheAnnyMedicalMuseum, 7th and B sts. aw., a miscellaneous collec tion or property, consisting of Air Pump, tuckets. Camera, Cases. Chairs. Desks, Gas Generating Apparatus. Grate Bars. Lounges, Rugs, Window Shades, Water Coolers, and other articles. Terms of -sale: highest bidder for cash. Articles to be re moved without delay, at risk and expense or purchaser. E. J. W1I1TT0N. Chler of Supply Dlv. ap28-3t SALE OF PUBLIC PROPEBTY.-W AR department, April 15, 1890. There will be sold at public nuctiou at 10 o'clock a. m.. APRIL 30, 1890, within the courtjard State. War, aud Navy Department Building, a miscellaneous collection of property con sisting of Carpets. Cases, Chairs, Slats. Matting, Pitchers, Shelving, Tables, Type writers, a large quantity of blank books, nnd other articles. Term of sale, highest bidder for cash. Articles to be removed without delay, at risk and expense of purchaser. B.J. WHITTON. Chief of Sup ply Division. ap188.8.131.52 THOMASDOWLINGA CO.. AUCTS., C12 E St. N. W. ADSIUJIBTRATOR'S SALE OP CARRI AGES. DAYTON8, WAGON8. BUG GIES; BUSINESS WAGONS. ETC.. WITH A NUMBER OF UNFINISHED VEHICLES. ON TUESDAY, ArRIL 28. 1896. AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M., I will seUat reposi tory. No. 2508 L St. nw. faciug Pa. ave., 3 Da J ton Wagons, 2 Grocer's Wagons. 1 Jump Seat carriage, 1 Business Rock away, 2 Small No-top Wagons, 1 Laundry Cart, 1 Second-hand Buggy, unfinished work in 2 gears for Grocer's Wagnn.Day ton and Buggy Gear, 9 Seta of Wheels; also Lamps. Trucks. 2 Paint Mills, Office Stove, Tools, Frames, Whipsnckets, etc. Terms cash r C. T. YODEE. 4t,em .tin Administrator. TO all wnom'lt may concern: Will be sold at auctiflrttty' 8loan Co.. May 2. 1890, all goodsorMissSI.Tripltt. WM.F.REAM- F.T? 'W1S..N- Y. nve. ER. 905.N. Y. ave. April 7. ltsyo. ap27-3t-cm FOB SAT,E MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SA.IjE Bay mare: sired by Prince urloxr. her dam by Kentucky Prince; also 1 colt out of her by Monocacy; record. 2:10 l-l; she 1ms suckhing colt now by Col. Hey wood, a few dajs old; can be i-een Highland Slock rami. Forest Glen, SId. Inquire at 53 P St. nw. after 3 p. m. for particulars. a p2it-2t.fi 11 FOR SALE-Ladles' Columbia bicjcle. pneumatic, in good order; $35. 1330 7th st. nw. ap29-3fm FOR SA.LE Sule-barEeu. buggy Rear iJJ .u SI. uw. Uli-tr-oiriu FOR SAIjE-Soda rountaln in good running order. ir3 ulll buy, call tiultk. Cor. Columbia and Quarry roads. ap29-3tem FOR SALE Stock, fixtuns, gooilwill. cigar store and fruit stand; 3 show windows, marble -oumers, show-cases. Welsbach lights, ttc; great bargain If sold before -May 1; other busineis. Ap plv at once nw cor. 7lh aud M sts. nw It-era FOB SALE-Side-bar buggy in good couuitlon. Address 1001 4 1-2 st. sir. ap29-3lem FOR SALE Toy, Fox, Bull, Leather Im ami Pug pups; 2 bpauiels,all fine 415 Ttti st. se. item FOR SALE Clearing-out sale of wall laper 900 puces gooil papers. 5c, 6c and 7c. per pitce; OUO pieces gilt pa Iiers, 7c, 8c anu 10c. ix.r piece.; Borders lu nutch. 2e. and 3c. wr j a nl. Three days only. TUBSIAN. 170 1 Pa. ae. 1 tern FOR SALE By private party, ata sac rifice, dining-room, bedroom sets aud odd pieces. Apply at 929 K. D. ae. lt.em FOR SALE" 3,000 oatmeal bowls at 2 and 4c, cost 5 and IOC 2,000 one halt and one gallon milk crocks nt 3 1-2 and Oc. cost 10 and 2ic. not over one dozen to a purchaser, "cheapest store on earth;" furniture carpets, fouserur m&hiiig&. etc. 200 and 20t8 7th st. nw , L. GESCHICKT A CO. npl6-lm FOR SALE French platcouLsideshow cai-, wiiu line copper trimmings, for sale at a very great sacrifice. Apply THE FA S10US. 803 I'euiia.ato. apJO lwk FOR SALE Nearly new phaeton, a bargain. Rear of 432 M St. nw. ap29-3t FOKSALE-A rirtproof combination bale; original cost, 9-110; will be fold at less than oue-half price. Apply 31 12 M st; a p29-3 1 FOR SALE A horse; a bargain; sound and geime; a lady can drive; prke. $25. 226 14tn st. sw. a j)29 3t FOR SALE-Cheai Sleat and gto irry siore; must sell; going to leave cii). Apply to 910 La. at e. aji29-3t FOR SALE-Very line surrey-phaeton buggy and single harness; perfect condition, and (heap ror cash. II LAND LIVERY STABLE, bet. 6U1 and 7th. N and O sts. aI'ril 4t FOR SALE-A Keating sarety pnea nunc tire bicjcle; in perfect order; weight. 22 1 2 lbs,; light running and Iai; S37.50 cash. 825 4th st. nw., beiore 5 p. ra. U FOR SALE 2 new cabinet mantels; cost 150;wlll sell for one-hair, for cash. Address Box 28, this office. ap29 Jt FOR SALE Pool table; cheap, at .309 Mar land ave, sw. Call It FOR SALE-Roll top desk and book case combined, and chair; surgical chair and instruments; medical books, nnd other furniture; cheap.; Apply 1015 K fit. nw. ap29-3t FOR SALE Horse harness and a slx sprmg wagon; very cheap; wilt suit wholesale trade; owner has uo rurther use. Call 2827 Piirohartnnate. ap28-.it-em FOR SALE-Threegoodbuggies;clieap ic soiu .11 uure. 1100 lllli st. nw. ap2a-3tem FOR SALE Good business horse, suit aoie fur h doctor or a business man; also a good buggy harness. 1113 M st.nw. ap28-3t-cni FOR SALE-Cheap Side-bar buggy and good set harness, or will exchange for a lady's bicycle. 750 3d st. nw. ap2-ot,em FOR SALE Car load or joung, sound iiorsesJOJgQ and small, some speedy; also very-lHUiusomc Shetlana pony, suit able for children. TUYSON HOUSE. 7th and P eW.rrtr.., ap28-3t,em T7,-W ? A ,. IT1 ...11.... . n.An...i calcium lignt. with oil attachment: half price; no use for it. 93G B st. sw. ap28-3t-em FOR SALE Flnestiocatcd photograph studio lu Washington, D. C; golden opportunity for young mail to secure a good business. Address PHOTOGRAPH uALLERY, this office. ap28-7t-em FOR SALE Bicycle, cushion tire; saiei); good condition: 58 cash. CAREY, after 6 p. 111.. 909 E st. nw. ap28-3t FOR SALE -Upright piano, cost S3D0 will sell for $150 cash. Address.X. B, X.. this office. - ap26-3t FOR SALE"-Cheap. a nicebutcier busi ness; good reasons for sdllng. R. BRITT. 319 A L. Slarket. ao2S-3t FOR SALE-Bottlrng mahlishmpnt. running 5 wagons: doing good business. AddressBtTTLEH.tlil-ofricc. ap27-7l.ein FOR SALE A light delivery wagon; 15. 111! 1 st.se. ap27-3t-cm FOR SALE A heavydraughthorsc.at 3d and K sts. se. ap27-3t-cm FOR SALE Gray mare. 7 years old, soundund gentle; lady can drive; phaeton and harness Uieap. Apply 128 3d st. se. ap27-3t.em FOR SALE Prior to removal will sell household furniture of eery descrip tion at prices next to nothing. 605 H st. nw. ap27-3t FOR SALE To curiosity dealers; an original program; used the night of the assassination of President Lineoln, Ford's Thcnter; the play, "Our American Cousin." Inmilrc, of R..A. WHITEHAND, Old Curiosity Shop, 604 D st.nw. apo-5t-cm FOR SALE To quick buyers, bargains in restaurants,- grocery stores, luncn ooms. cigar stands, etc. T. O ANDER SON CO.., Business- Exchange, 911 G st. nw. , ap?3-7r.m FOR SALE-Barroouiuoing j.u.,1, u ar tless: goooLren.son for selling. Address BARROOM, this office. ,ap25-7t FOR SALE A Brewster buggy with rubber tires for sale; can be seen" at Tally Ho Stables.. .9Ui and" O ttrcets'nw where foil parttcnlar will be- fnrnlshea. mr21-tt FOR SALE Twenty-five or thlrxr case frames far composing roomr a number of type cases. Address FRAMES, this office. c . 2-tf . FOR MOtT-BOOSa. VOX KEIWT Four lur, nrwlr Wpered ruouis, sunabie lor llgut housekeepuig; front and. dock uuxtor. Cmi ur auufM:iA lOtn st-sw.; nearamlthsomVtn.arij7:atein. FOB BENT Fur., 429"SIass. ave. uw.t m i,ovr uaclc room; 3 wiuoows; bade parlor; $6; a for two". apatt-Jt-em FOR RENT With board, I large 2d awry irout room, suitable ror t or 3 gentlemen; terms reasonable; table board u specialty. 401 4m st. aw. ap2-at-eni FOR RENT uufur. rooms, 1st floor; loui o at. uw.: rent low. It-em FOR RENT 1 2d floor front room, uu- lur.Tauii 2 4lh fioor unfur. rcoius; rent low. 1012Fst.uw. ap-a-Jt-em J OK iCi!Jr4"A cicely ior. iu, iui 6,it uousesvei'iiig; all cunveolencvs; pthale family; terms reasonable toresiwctauiepeo- rile. 824 9th St. sw. ap29;3t,eiii FOR RENT-Fur. rms.; a large front room on 2Q Iloor and one on -ui floor; gas una natu; terms very moaerute. Apply St 811 11th st. nw. lt.em FOR RENT-Two unfurnished rooms ou eccuuu floor; suitable fur light housekeeping; one furnished room ou par lor floor; summer rates; call artcr 4. 018 New Jersey ave uw. It FOR RENT 225Est.nw.,unfurnlshcd, two ..u-noor trout xouius; rcaiuuuun-. ap20-3t FOR RENT 313 D st. nw.. two coni inuuicatiug second story front and back rooms; uiso third story large room; southern exposure; well furnished; with board; table boarders wanted, at reason able rates. up29-Jt FOR RENT Three furnished rooms. 112s must. uw. ap28-3t FOR RENT Fur..a froutakoveroom on sceuuu noor; cool ana bright; rent reasonable; other rooms, Blngic or en suite. 1124 Gth st.nw. ap29-3t FOR RENT 202 Del. ave. nc Front aud duck communicating rooms; suit able for number of gentlemen; also other rooms; table board; convenient 3 car lines and herdica. ap29-3t FOR RENT Four rooms; hot and cold wulcr; at 8. 317 A st. no. np28-3t FOR RENT Furnished room, 2d-floor iruiu; nice locution; private ramlly; no children. 1331 9tli st. nw. up20-4t FOR RENT C13New Jersey ave. nw.; furnished front room; chcup ap20-3t FOR RENT Thrcc'roomsr a. m. L: x.ou per mouth. 408 R. I.uvr .nw. ap29-3t FOR BBNT-170 1 L st. n w., first-class IIX.1U3, wan or without bourd; Conn. ae. car at corner up29-3t FOR RENT Twolargcchccrfulrooms; cucap: suitable for gentleman with his own furniture. 66 K. st. nw. It FOR RENT Twouiirurulshcd 2d-story n.oiiis: .tiuealcnt to bath; prUaleram- llv: want uo children: rent reasonable. Cud at 0J7 L st. nw. ap29-3t POR RENT La'rge unfurnished room; OU 1IUUI , CU Vi UJVUbU.MM A WW, .. UI, . lt FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms; 2d noor; uatu-.all touv.808 N. U. ave. 7. It FOR RENT Beautiful room to ac irpuime person; one-half jirltc; ex amine. 909 L St. It FOR RENT Comfortable rooms; Just newi turiilslied; with use or b.uh; from $4 per mouth and upward. 414 6th st. nw. It FOR RENT Three rooms on second tioor; unturiilshed; lor light house keeping; convenient to both lines of cars; leimsjuioderate. 2913 O st. lt FOB RENT-2U9 2d st. se. 2 fur. rooms on -u flour, with ara aud shade; rent reasoiuble, near cable cars. ap28-Jt-em FOR RENT At The A von, cor. N. Cap. and O sts. nw. Handsomely fur 2d floor front roum. with board, ior gentle man and wire; 45 per month. aii2B-4t-em FOR RENT 5-rm. Hat.. a.m. 1., front ing hr.iuklm Park. 912 14tli st. uw. apja-uT.i'iu FOR RENT lur. or unfur., 2 ery iiretty rooms, sinle or en suite, hot aud colu water, southern exjiosure, also 1 small room, suitable for single iieraon. 821 M st.nw. ui-a-qi.ein FOR RENT Large parlor; will rent tueap u taken at once. 1-1 v i. "". ap2B 3t FOR RENT Two fur. rooms. 1200 Mass. ae. nw.; bath; front; terms reasonable. ap283t FOR RENT Unfur.; two communi cating rooms, with private family; good location, terms moderate. 638 E. Cap. St. ap28 3t FOR RENT Two unfur. front rooms on 2d noor; heat, gas and bath; $8 a month. 4152d6t.ue.,nearMass.ave. up28 3t FOR RENTfurec unfurnished rooms, .ecoiiii riour. 821 5th st. nw.: refer ences required. ap28-tf FOR RENT Fumlshed. splendid oack room, second noor; summer pru-e. 415 G st. 11 w. ap2t-Gt FOR RENT A large ballroom. 616 I st. uw. ap2S-3t FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms, couei'.iLiit to cars and hcrdlcs: uci store. Cor. 6th and A sts. sc. ap2a-3t FOR RENT 1014 11th nw., nicely rur rooms, Ugnt housekeeping; n.olerate rates. np28-3t FOR-RENT Large andsmaliruralshcd rooms; single or en suite; a. m. t. 026 I st. nw. a p28-3t FOR RENT Unfurnlshed.3or 4 rooms. 2n floor, for light housekeeping; handy to car lines; 1 15 C st. nc; no children; good tenn. turlghtiurty. ap2fr-3t FOR RENT Unfurnished, 4 rooms. 2d floor; newii liapered; gas and bath; rent $12. 125 F st. nc. op28-3t FORRENT-Entire flat. 3 unfurnished rooms, large closets; square from Capi tol; a. in. i.; reduced tu $11. 135 Carroll st. se. ap2b-3t FOR RENT 1435 L St. nw., rur"isii iil rooms; en suite or single: without board, private ramlly. ap273tem FOR RENT-Three unrur. rooms; eu tire 2d rioor; batli same floor; light housekeeping; nearcarsaud herdlcs;; terms reasonable; newly iupcred. 304 C st. ne. ap27-3tem FOR RENT For light housekeeping. i. large 2d floor, fur. or unTur rooms. COS New Jersey ave. 11 w. ap27-3t-em FOR RENT Two or three unfurLish ed 2d floor rooms; southeast front; modern iirprovemeuts; no children;; light housekeeping permitted. 1008 N. C. ave. se. ap27-3tem FOR RENT One fnrtlshed room; bay window; goodlocatio n;; suitable for one or two gentlemen or a lady; near Washing ton Circle. 904 23d st. nw. ap27-3tem FOR RENT Two communicating 2d siory rooms. Irout. fur light housekeep ing or wlllboanl; rent reasonable. 465 H st. nw. op27-3tem FOR RENT Rooms: Inruished aud un ruruished. large, light, and airy; loca tion splendid. 312 Indiana ave, near City Hail and Pension Office. ap27-3t FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms and liain. 4313dst.sw. np27-3t FOR RENT Three uufurnished rooms on second floor; suitable for light housekeeping; liath ou same floor; near three Hues of curs and market; to quiet, neat couple; will rent for $12; no children. 1642 titn st. nw. ap27-3t FOR RENT Four- unfurnished rooms aiu. lan qi-ii.ii 5ui ai.nw. apzo-7t "WANTED Roomers andTboarders, at oda 1 sun w- home comrorts; first-class table; use of piano-and parlor; reoms fur nlshcil or uniurnlshed- - au26-4t FOR RENT Large, elegant rooms, south rront, with good table board; 1015 L nw. . 1 np27-3t.em FOR RENT One nice, large room tor 2 gentlemen and flrst-claes board; $16 aninnil'. 725 8tlist.ne. ap24-14t;m FOR RENT Two large unfurnished rooms; bath; Bccond-ftoorr 510 month. 33 K st. ne.. near N. tapltol- p24-7t pnn RF.NT-Two furnished roomsr 0J3 N. J. ae. uw.; $0 and $6: newly papered. ap23-7t W ANTED B OOSB. WANTED-Two or three rooms, light housekeeping-, by respectable colored couple; licst rets.; by 1st instant. Address K. B. Z., this office. ap29-3t WANTED-Board aud fur. rooms for gentleman und wife und two grown children in private fjmlly in nw. Address R. L. n this offlcc. tp2g-3t WANTED-Br hnshnnd and wire, no children, two or three furnished com municating rooms for light hdrTsekcepmg; nw., ne., or Eeklngton. Address IL D-B., tnlT office. v . np28-3t WANTED-By. young gentleman. room and hoard in private family ;statc terms. Address G. C. this office. - up27-4trm IIOABDKG. $1 PER DAJtV-The Templar 207 Ia. ave.. one square from Capitol: excellent board. and room; from 54 to $8 per week. np29-7t FOR EXCHANGED FOR EXCHAKGE-Boim good real estate for horse and carriages suitable for livery. 311 6th bL nw. ap28-7f,cm FEBSONAXS. 1f4 A ,4 rw. Tanchton scientific prln uoiea ana regular graduate oparatoro suppued. 2017 N st.nw. ap29-3t SCIENTIFIC .axj!;stk.t-. MADAM ZtKllKA, . p29 tw 737 13tu St. MME. FRANCIS- Card reaorrond medium; mo gten rrom eradte to crave; 25 and 60 cents. 324 East Cap itol st. Hours, 0 to . p28-7t TOCXL feel like a "rose bush alter a blizzard'Mf you don't obtain one of these splendid custom-made sulU. '"the least lilt worn." that are now going like hot cakes. JUSTH'S OLD STAML oil D st. nw. np28-lwk SPIRITTJALISM- A test seance at Wnnn'i Hull. 721 6th St. UW., On i's llali, 1-1 u WprinfMrt.i wpceniiiff. bv Mrs.Zoller.medium: lnu-rvicws dally. 523 13tb St., bet. E and F sts. nw. ap28-2t DR. MARY GORDON. Onr Great Healipg Slodlnni aud Spiritusl Mother, S29 lStli St. nw. '' .. SFIRrTUALlSMiSIRS.MASSETT. Buslni-ss and test medium; IiourB 10 to . idi u si. n. . ifc - LET us send a case of Banner Hrewlug Compauy'scelebratcdbecrtoyourhouse. One dollar a cuse. Drop postal. Washing ton agency, 421 lOttrsf.-uw. . . HALESl Medium,, clairvoyant and earn reader, tells ,liro from cradle to " grave; also business nnd love ar fairs; friends and enemies; lost or stolen property; unites the separated: causes ipeedy marriages; removes spells, and rau help you la your most difficult trembles; 28c and 80c. 020 II st. nw ; always at homo. i npO-lmo NO FEE UNTIL CURED. DR. LEATHEKMAN. Specialist lu all forms 'of private diseases. Hydrocele, Varlocele aud Stricture cured. Consultation free: hours, ii'.-'" " Tue.Triur.&Bat.:even.7 to8.802F.nw. PROF. CLAY, clairvoyant, tells all eventa of life: business, love affairs. lost or stolen property; daily. 10 to 9. fee, 00c 489 H St.. bet. 4 1-2 and 6tS BIS. BW. J -"-' MME. ESTELL, medium and card reader; u-Us past and future; gives rood luck: cures all diseases. 013 19th st. nw. ap7-lmo Uiv LfEiV'lN 41MlssonrlA At. Office Hours 10 to 2-6 to 8 DR. TAYLOR. 900 F st. nw., makes fulfsVis or teeth for SS; satlsfacUon guaranteed: teeth extracted without pala. gowi Illllllg. a; mmqifcum. ov. o.-.. LADIES needing confidential treat ment A safe and sure relief In all female trouble, constipation, irrcgujarl tlcs, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula, etc. Separate rooms for patients before and duriug confinement, and find homes ror infants if required. Btrlctly confiden tial. MR8. DR. RENNER. 10 Fourth st. ne.. near E. Capllol St.. Washington, D. C je3-tf. J.T.WALKERSONS.04 lOtbst. nw., carpet lining, felt, "re brick, and clay.hsbeslos.painis.brushes.llme.cemeut, two and three-ply roofiog material. apLl-tf SPECIAL XOTICKS SOTICE-"Value ot Applied Statistics to Biugie Tax" address, by Dr. Mary E. Slorrlsou. WEIlNKSDAY.April 29 7.30 p. m.. Tyiwgraphlcal Temiile. 423 O st. nw. All inMted. It ORDER or ttie Eastern Star-All mem i"rsui the order are Invited to be present at the institution of the Grand Chapter, ou Thursday, April 30, at , oMocw p. in . at the hcoulsb Rite Cathe- dral. 1007 O st. nw. ap28-3t DR. SHADE. 12.12 14tli St.. is the only i-tijMLiuu In Uils city who has proven hi. ability to cure consumption and all complh.iud lung, throat acd i-atarrhal diseases, hours, 9 to 12 and 2 to 0 on Slouda). Witlncsday and Friday; fcucduy. from 1 to 2;tiisullatloufree;iallor writo ror booklet; sjmpton blank for tliose who desire treatment uy mall. dp27-10l.em PERFECTION Uurnerand G;,s Huld - T. ....n l.h. ..h.-n,t ft. oil tirlf,t n. 1 IJC JJt llf,Ult (uuit uo w.., ..n... gas: won't explode. Perfection cleaner cleans "any old thing." Maxallne mrnl ture polish. See these novelties at CO LUMI1IA CO., 303 10th uw., W. Si PUGH, Manager ap27-6t-em MISCELLANEOUS. BICYCLE lesions given by white gen tleman, will tall with, wheel up to 9 o'clock at night. Address BICYCLE, this orrice. r a ap29-Jt,eta A GENTLEMAN of 20 jears' busi ness will place. joo ot 5300 dollars as partner In good paying rfcMni--:-., with ser vices. Address JOHN, tins office. tAJu.,-..' xvTjtfvjOV awnings hung at reason ameraus. Address W. s. CI.l FIO R D. 1208 H st. nw. ,. up29-3t I RESPECTFULLY notify the public- mat 1 nave; msuttated for the rojally bred stallion' TJproar. No 12435. for-the years 1896 aud 1697. This stallion -will nuke the two seasons at the Sevm Oak Stock Farm, siiuaitil in Star land, six miles from Washington, at 525 a season. Horses pastured and w.lntered at rea sonable rates. Forlnformauoa call or address E. UUKiiiiUKt ,,410 em st. nw. r qp-o-im S1.98-REDUCED FROM: S3. For a few days 1 J lst Cabinet l'hotos for $1.98. ESTA BROOK. 1227 Pa. ave ap28 7t,em GASOLINE STOVES teiwired and workuunship guaranteed. ti.isollne, oils, palnLs. glass, etc., at lowest prices. JOS. 11. BROOKE, Snccrssor to Poole i Brooke, 937 La. ave.. north side ap28-71,em HOT rolls or murflns. eggs, ai-d coffee, 10c. MONlI'S.iqi Est.nw.ap28.7t WAHPETS AND HUGS CLEANED Colors restored; terms reasonable; sat isfaction guarantied. CAPITAL CARPET WORKS. 633 ; St. nw. ap25-5t HOOF PAINTING We guarantee tu do cneapcr Uiau anybody in tae city; all work guarantetsl; leaks stopped free of charge. W. H. BARKER. & CO.. 409 Warner st. nw. ap23-7t CABIN JOHN. GREAT FALLS. A.M UPPER 1'OIOMAC-For charter the stejm ttnuch Florence; capacity 40; Tor day and evening par'les. Enquiru JOHN MARCONNIER, 1073 32d St. nw. or engliw,T at J Odd & Detweiler's. 420 11th st. uw. " aD22 lmo A. BERGER SONS, copiiersmlths and manufacturers of French ranges and cooking utensils, nave removed to 912 E St. nw.; our specialty, returning copper saucepans. np21,13t SEND your carpets to us to be thoroughly Lieaueti uy our puteni sieaui process All work tlH)nuifhly done and guaranteed by us. We allow no moths to exist. Terms the very lowest. A. U. CHASE & BRO.. 619 La. avenue. bend postaL npl9-3mos. B. L. BAYS is the cheapest printer; go to him; neat business cards, $1 per I. ooo. i-i m st ne. apa-imo SO CENTS DOWN-- credit sys tem, lace cunaius, ouijiua rugs, por tieres, table linen, clocks, silverware, ban quet lamps, quilts, decorated dinner and toilet sets, teachers Bibles, albums, etc. Send postal: will bring samples. NORTH EAST CREDIT HOUSE. 1210 H St. ne; open till 9 p. m. apS-lmo TRY RUBBER ROOF PAINT. WE STOP ALL I.EKS FREE andebargo only for raiiilia?; work cuars-v teed. NAT. HUBBElt ROOFPALST CO. C23Sih st.nw. PIANOS moved by experienced m?n 2. COLUSIBIA TRANSFER CO.. 323 4 1-2 st. n w. 'Phone 15B6. feblp-tt FTIRNITTJRE moved; largest 2-horse load in the city. $2.60: experienced handlers. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO.. 323 4 1-2 st.nw. 'Phone 1566. felG-tf MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN". WANTED-$3,000 on good real estate securjty atG per cent; no commission. Address n.. this office. np29-4t MONEY to man In large or small amounts on approved collateral. We take Stocks, Bonds, Trusts, Building and Loan Association Shares, Syndicate Cer tificates. Life Insurance Policiei In old line companies. Warehouse Receipts, etc. ir you wish to reserve your bank credit; If "yon deem It unwise ot unprofitable, to . ask a friend to Indorset 'f have no bank account; ir In a hurry call onus. No de lay. YERKE3 A. BAKER, 40 to 40 Mctz erott Building. 1110 E st. MONEY TO LOAN-Large rnms ,at 5 anil 5 1-2 pec cent on D, C. real estate; $250. $500, '5750. etc.. at 8 per cent: all trnnsactionsreonaucted with eco nomical consideration fur; borrowers i WM. H: SAIHCDER3CO?.1407Fst.nw. mr8 MONEY to loan at. 5. and G per cent on District of Colnmbia realty; no delay if security Is satisfactory .1. i WALTER. U. ACKfili. ,704 14th nw Jy31-tr " . BTTSIN ES aCITNCES. FOB S.ALE CIgig s't'orc. 1 333 Hoc. LOT923J front ;nnlrnw'ln rear7Pacave. andLst. nw. Lotili3fisqnare IB. coach factory, at chancery auction sole. Slay 8. D p. ni. See Star. Qp29-10t SITUATIONS WAKTBD-MALK. WANTED-Position Uy youug. white uiau us cicrk is dry gooos store; best ot reiercnces. Adress Wis. naYLUR. 30U Duke street. Alexandria, Ya. apJ39-3t WAKTEB-By a colored man, steady nut, ot uny uma. Aaaresa a. . u., this office. llenr WANTED -Position in real estate of riccor cunector snip; best rets. P. U. this office. ap29-3t-em WANTED-Bjr a boy 14 ears ol age. who is active and bright, u situation; satisfaction given or no pay asked. Ad dress B. B.. this ofilce. lt-em WANTED-hy stenographer and tj pe wnur; state salary; rets. Box 27, mis office lt WANTED-A first-class white bar ber nuiiia a good Job. AddressCAItL, this orrice. it WANTED-By a respectable man a piace as uigbt watchman; best; reference furnished. Anuresj W. P. F,,tuls office. apr29-7t WANTED-lly o- young colored man, piace us coaciiuian; thoioughly exiH-rt-enced; town or co antry; good dm er; strictly sober; best-ot ref. Please call or address 1456 Q. St. ap8-3t-cm WANTED -Oenuan butler and vulet, generally userul man, wants situation; best refs. Address E. DITTICICH, 1013 E St. nw. an28-3t SITUATIONS WANTED-TEMALE. WANTED-lly a neat and respectable luiorco. girl, place, as chambermaid or general houxeworit lu small private family. Uuod rers. Apply 408 o st. nw. ap2'j-.u WANTED-Uy a. ucut reliable colored j gin rrom country, a place as cliamber mald and waitress, or nurse, or to as sist in general housework; wining to make herself useful; can give. refs. Please call or address 700 SZd. ave. nc. It-cm WANTED By colored girl, place to no general housework. Aduress L. C. W., 1031 2d aw. lt-em WANTED-lly German girl, place to no general housework; good ref. Ad dress 619 N nw. lt-em WANTED-Dy a. neat, respectable girl, situation as nurse or Uminber- mald. Coll 1614 loth st. nw. lt.em WANTED By a young colored girl, irom Virginia, situation as nurse or chambermaid. Call 1153 20th st. nw. ap29-3t WANTED By while woman, place to uo general bouse wcrk In private family. Address M. R this office. It WANTED-A colored woman would like washing to do at home or day's work. Please address 117 lbthst.ne.lt WANTED -A neat, experienced white female cook for first-class lunch and dlnlug-room; refs. Apply nt 514 8th st, nw., pclyccii 9 and 12. It WANTED-General housework by col ored woman, with references. No- 213 Ya. ave. It WANTED -First-class washing and Honing at home or out. .uakx kuu- IN'SON, 1028 3d st. sw. It WANTED By n colored woman a place as nrst-class cook; best of refer ences. Call or address 1753 S st. nw. It WANTED-By colored woman place as iou; good reference. 15 Va. avo-AW. It WANTED-Uy colored woman, placo as inaraoermald or nurse; good ref. 3220 Sherman ave. nw. ap28-3t WANTED-Uy a refpectable colored gin.piace as ibamtiermaldor nurse; can funi h rets. Call or address M T.. 3220 Shcnnan ave. apa-3t WANTED Washing and Ironing to do at liome or by the day. 139 B St. sw. WANTED-lly, voung girl. aucnd eon icctloucry and Ice cream parlor or store. Address N. H. I., this otfke. ap27-3t-em WANTED-Bl' a white girl. 14, place as nurse and make herself useful. Ad dress R. B.T.. thisofflce. ap27-3tem FOB BENT ROUSES. FOR RENT 5-room bricks; also stnb llug. OWNEB. 610 12th st. ne. lt-em FOR RENT Oneorthei.eatestandbest six-room house In the northeast: Linden Place, near Tweirtli street; half squiwe rrom cable cars: electric appliances; cabinet mantels; open grates; reception ball: $17.35 per month: just vacated; look at It. ALLEN W. MALLERY A CO.. 624 F st. nw. ap29-3t FOR RENT No. 70 D. tt. ne.; 7 rooms, bath; a. ni. i ; $22. ap29-3t FOR RENT 2016 2d st. nw., Le uroiil'ark; i rooms;city water;pleasant location: only $12. ap29-3t FOR RENT 7-room 1 ouse, furnished: ucugiuiul ioratlon; convenient to 14th st. cable line: $25 per mo., owner retain room. Call 1 132 1-2 Q st. nw It FOR RENT 1633 Marion st.nw., near R; b-roum house, cellar and bath; $25.50. Key at C02 R St. nw. Inqulru nt 324 4 1-2 st. sw. ap28-3t,em FOR RENT 222 llthsl.se. 7 rooms: all Improvements; In fine condition: rent reduced to S20.50. Apply owner, D. M. C0ODACRE. 1443 U st. ap28-3t FOR RENT-Crescent st.. Meridian Hill, one square above Florida ave 2, 5 and 6-room houses; $a and $9 per month. Inquire WM. OGLE, this office. np27-.Uem FOR RENT Houses No. 330 aud 332 1st st. nt-.; 6 rooms and bath: keys at 230 1st st. ne. ap27-3t-em FOR RENT ts-30, 143 N st. se., 6- room brick house; water aud running closet. JOHN F. DONOHOE. S08 E. Cap st ap24-7t-em FOR RENT 1240 Duncan st. ne.. 7 rooms: all mod. imps.: nearly new; $13.30. JOnN W. MORRIS, 614 F St. ap24-7t FOR RENT First-class, nearly new. Orm. houses nc-, within 2 squares of H St. cable cars: to gcod pejin.-iner.t tenants. $10 and $11 per mo. OWNER. Room 104, Corcoran Building, 533 lain st. nw. ap22-7t.em FOR RENT 107 3d st. sw. Nice 6. room bricic Louse, to gixxl colored ten. ant: rent reduced to $13.30 per month. Apply at 942 K st. nw ap4-tf-em FOB SALE DOUSES. FOR SALE A great bargain. Two story, six rooms, with stable in rear; lot 20x95 to large alley; located 1427 9th sr. nw.r price tor a lew days. $4,200. The lot is worth the price. For terms, etc.. call on BAKER A-LAMPTON, 1301 F st. nw. ap28 3t,em FOR SALE AtBrookland.6-rra. house, ouly 42.00o; very easy terms: near the cars, school and churches. GRACE M. TUOSL1S, 100 Corcoran Bunding. a p, lt.em FOR SALE-Pretty 6-room and bath, bay-wuiuow brick; large concrete cel lar; cost $3,250; will sell for $2,250; as sume trust of $1,600; pay $160 cash, and $300 in monthly lnstalmcnts;and you may havelttlookatlttoday. JOHN F.I'AREf. 1 4 11 G it. m r29-tf FOR SALE LOTS. FOR SALE 2choiceIotsloWoodmont; big sacrifice. Address NIX. 2021 14th st.nw. ap29-2tera I MUST have money; $60 u cash will purchase 15 building lots, 25x100, in the D. C: clear or all incumbrance; title guaranteed by Washington Title Co. CASH, this office. ap24-7t-em Foa BENT-suiiunnAN. FOR RENT Fine double bouse. 11 rms., a. m. I., Whenton. Montgomery Co.. Md . 7th st. pike; 10 miles from city, 1 1-4 miles from Kensington station B. O. R. R. and Chevy Chase electric cars: plenty of shade, dairy, windmill, stahli room for horses, garden, Ac. Inquire A. BEHREND. 617 E st. nw. ap2o-lor.cm LOST. LOST Eve-glasses. Return to this or rice for reward apZ0-3t LOST Stolen rrom hallway of 430 7tii st. nw.. Liberty bicycle, No. 15701. A liberal reward will be paid for its return to lUe owner. 8. E. WARNER. 430 7th st. nw ap28-3t,em LOST Li'iy's black pocketbook, con- taiuing $5 and some ihange; address, 011 piece postal card. 8ultable reward If left at this oflce. ap28-3t LOST Small white fox terrier, with light tan about ears; short tall; tag No 7087. Return to 516 21st st. nw. and receive suitable reward. ap27-3t CCUNTBY BOARD. COUNTRY BOARD-Near City; on B. ,(c O.; modern conveniences: shade; pure water: table first-class. Address MRS, A. SCOTT, Rlverdale. lid. ap23-7t FOR 11 EST- FLATS. FOR RENT Now Is the time to se cure me most comrortahle housekeep ing flat in the city; sooth front, modern and complete in every respect; fourandfive rooms: bath and closets; price moderate" to careful tenant; no children: reference. TROTWOOD. SI St., between 9tb and 10th nw. ap2!Klt FOR-RENT Four rooms and bath. 1611 New Jersey avenue. It TIELP WA&TBD MALE. WAltTBD-Experienced tailor. B. iiuu, (J u. uw. np2tf-ot.etn WANTED-A yount man-not over 35 jiur ot uge to take third interest iu one ot the best paying businesses In this city; must understand bookkeeping; i,ouu cash required. Address K, this office, lt-em WANTED-Uuy to iced printing press iiuuicuiateiy. HAYWOiaU, Publisher, 815 F street. Item WANTED A white boy in paint shop. uo 101.11 st. nw. lt.em WANTED-Uoy experienced In dry goods business; none other need apply. 1 328 7th t. nw. ap29-3 1 ,em WANTED -A barber at 818 u st. se.; cuil at once. lt-em .WANTED -A man ot thirty-live; years wishes a position as nurse or any pcsl- tlonor trust. Aduress A. B.a.. this oince.lt WANTED Ten experienced clothing suiesiiK.11. Apply at 927 and 99 7tu st. nw.. today from & tu 7 p. m. It WANTED-Expert watchmaker. Ad- uress EXPERT, this offlcc. It WANTED Two or three good, lndus tiiui insurance men. can learn of some thing to their advantage by aduressmg B.. Lock Box 4b. PiioeuixviUc. Pa. lt WANTED-A1 blacksmith helper. Ap PO n. 1. JONES. 2300 14tn st. nw. It "WANTED Boy whounderstandsRem- ingiou typewriter to address circulurs; $1.50 per week. Address 11. W.-J.. this office. ap29-3t lVA-NTED-roungmauassaleMiiauior lypcH ruer ia eu paiiers and typewrxer ribbons, iiiieraluiraneinent. AduressLIB ERAL. this ofilce. It "WANTED Eight carpenters; good workmen. Appl) at ForiMjer. Vs. ap-t WANTED A boy to do chores In a rvsiauram. Apply 1115E st.niv. It WANTED-Ttro good, reliable men to sen bouss-nold articles on the Install ment plau; experience not necessary. Ap ply Room 2, a03 th st. nw. ap29-3t WANTED A boy to carry bundles: one wno tan ride a bicycle preferred; must come wed recommended. Apply at Room 3, Warder Bidg.. 9th and F sis. nw., between 3 and 4 p. m. It WANTED -A good buslielman. THE OIA.MJAKU TAILORS, 7th aud Va. ave. sw. apr2tt-3t WANTED-A good coat-tailor, THE BlAMJAlU) TAILORS, ,7th and Va. ave. sw. , apr29-3t WANTED-Uy a flrst-closs mechanic work 111 metal or wood, any work on vise, drill-press, soldering or brassing at home or lu shop. Address F. W.l'OLLE, 41 10th st- nw. ap29-7t WANTED Feeder ror-Campoell oscil laiorpicso. Apply at once to BECKURT, printer. 605 1-2 E nw. ap2t-3t WANTED icecream maker and cake baker. Address P. W., this office. op28-2t WAWTED-Belgian bloik pavers on line 01 aiet. R. H. Co.. ill Georgetown: -apply to foreman on Hue of work. E. 6AA1U.V, contractor, 1-J u st. ne. ap27-7t-em WANTED Colored boy Ui grocery store and to bo generaly useful. In quire 622 H St. ne. ap27 2t,em HELP WANTED FESIALE. WANTED Waist or skirt hands at uuie. -ui6 G st. nw. Item WANTED-A jouug lady as book ucu.1. address UAilUU JLiEh.tr, 633 E St. se. lt-em T U.S A .CU -. " '-" . njntatu. us 10 ne laicily trace of the city, ou commission. At. mess COFFKK. this 01 llcc. op29-3t-em mxr . --,,-,7.-, T-, Ifl.Hfic tr n..n, WANTED-lult: girl Xor general tioutcworK. Calll309Dst.sw. lt-em WANTED-A gltl who lias had some eApettciicc lu dressmaking. Apply 00J 7th st- nw. 11, em WANTED-A woman to do general i.uum: woi-k; must be a gocd conk and bring refs. 230 A st. se. lt-em WANTED-First-class tailoress. good pay. Apply 60b L 11 w. ap29-3t WANTED Fiv e cxi.er.eaccd sa.ei iauiesinciilnaandhoust.furuishmgstorc; none other need apply. T.AL'GENS rEIN. 439 7th St. nw. it WANTED Threo girls pants makers at once. Room 17. May lluiul ina, 7tu and E ets. nw. It WANTED A good cook; one that un dtrstanus order cooklug und general kitchen work; cau stay nights. Apply 211 Pa. ave. nw. - It WANTED Colored, general house worker ror 2; near city. 614 13th uw. it WUbcNTED Cook: small family; good wases. -Apply at once 614 13th nw. WANTED-At once 100 colored wo men to cook, wash and iron, and cham bermaids. In city, and to go out or town; must have recommends. SAMUEL A. C00SIBS A CO.. 527 10th st. uw. It WANTED-Fast finishers on vests; noue mil 1 vpenenccd bands need a ppl v. 510-lllh st. uw. cp27-3t W ANTHD-Three girls finishers on pauis. Apply M. HORN, 68 L st. nw. ap27-3t-em HELP TVANTED MALE AND FEMALE. ALLkt 11 dsof help furnished freecf charge 111 oroutcr city, by SIRS. L. C.MOORE, 306 G st. uw. It WANTED-Persons without servants can be supplied In or out the city free. 441 G St. It WANTED-Agents immediately; big money: good seller. LEAGUE, cor. 13th and E sts. nw. ap20,30my2 WANTED-A re w type wrltcr.ind short hand ojicrators; employed cr not. Send address, age, Ac, at once. Address TYPE WRIT ERjthls oWlcc. It W ANTED-Slan and wire for countrv. near Washington: house free; work light. Address 1'.. this oftiee. ap28-3t "WANTED S1I3CELLANEOCS. WANTED-To buy half Interest in express or livery business; nw. pre ferred. Address EXPRESS . this ofilce. ap29 -3t-cra WANTED-To purchase a sccond- nanti amun i-remier typewriter; casn. I. T.. this ofilce. np20-3t-cm WANTED-A showcase; tultable for back of cigar stand; must be cheap. Address SHOWCASE, thisofflce. lt-em WANTED A second-hand. '95 or '96 mo'iei. Columbia bicycle. Address CO LUM BIA. this office. ap29-3t W ANTED Partner wltfi $200 or $300 to invest in fruit and lunch stand at prominent resort. Address SEASIDE, this office s a it WANTED-Uy ayoune gentleman, pri vate instruction In dancing. Address with terms, j. 1. u. , tnisoince. n-is-:it WANTED Ladies to have their dresses maae for $5.00 up, at .Madam Hyatt's 9 08 New York ave.; perfect fit guaranteed; sells Baughman's adjustable dress svsteiu. $5.00. ap25-Imo "WANTED-nOUSES- WANTED-A small house of 5 or 6 mum Autl Klore: rent not over $20. Address A. B-. this office. ap2s-3t WANTED-Uy careful tenant, 7 or 8 room house; gcod condition; nw.; rent not to exceed $25; owner preferred. Ad- dress PFItMAXENT. this oftlcr. np2K-3t "WANTED HOARDERS. WANTED 5 or 6 gentlemen board ers; pieasant rooms: 2d floor; excellent tioard. Address 3145 1' st.nw. lt-em TVANTED POSTAGE STASirs. W v NTED-Fot cash, all llnds of old "United Mates postage and department stamps; collections also bought. H. F. DUNknORST. 10057th st.nw. ap8-tf.cm FOR SALE SUBURBAN. FOR SALE-Summer cottage, with garden. ? 1 11, beaut i fully local t-u Teulev town lot, $365; 54,000 square feet, nigh, level land. 453; splendldlocatiou.OWNER. this orrice. It FOR SALE-$5,000 residence for-j .ouu on uattacre lot, an lenci-ti, Rood water, and beautifully located In a popular subdivision 8 mile out on IL O. and electric railroad to Riltimorc: house 9 rooms, bath. and. large porches. NEWMAN A SON, 611 7th St. nw. ' np28.ini. em FOR SALE-At Berkeley Springs, W. va.. two beautiful five-room frame cot tages, fine location: Tine well of water: great bargain at SI .750. For full particulars ad dress P. O. Eox 104 Berkeley Springs. W. Va. ap27-3t.em OAK.6BOTi:.B.l P-.R.Bacrelots. SOD up; houses built to suit purchaser. Room 7. Atlantic Bids- np23:7t FOR SALE-New 6 room and cellar honne. until acre ffrDund. S1.000: easv terms; B. 4 P. B. B. Owner, Room 7. At lantic Bids. apr23 7t EXCURSIONS. THE Chesapeake & Potomac Steamboat TioVs COLONIAL BEACH LINE (dally), operating the fas testa teamboat on the river; capacity 3.000; superb orchestra and thea ter with continuous performance: ona en tire deck ror dancing; ONLY VESSEL PER MITTED TO LAND- AT THE HOTEL DOCK. NOTICE!!! Owing to the Im mense carrying capacity ot our steamer our rates of fare arc one-half those of. fered by any other line. Bame offer to societies wishing to charter. Dates rilling rapWIy- THE C A P. .STEAM BOAT COSIPANY. Offices Kellogg Bund ing. 1416 F st. np26-tf AMUSEMENTS. BASEBALL. Columbian University vs. Georgetown University At Georgetown Field, WEDNESDAY. April 13, ISM. Qame railed at 4 p. m. Admission, 25a. ALLEN'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE Evenings at 8.15. Saturday Mitlnee at 2. The eftst and largest Summer Production ever offered Washington. CHARLES A. SHAW'S COHEDIAHS Presenting the New Two-act Musical Comedy, DOCTOR FLAM 20 People In the Cast. , "ThoKlndofSirelMean." I -The Hornpipe Comique." ,rr 1 "OnlyYouandL" NrH " "I'retty Miss Prim." , OLL J -The Original Parodist." " I "Attend .My Tea Party." 'Tho Grand Meilley.''&o. KESEBVED SE VI rt. c and 2Vs. GENERAL ADMISSON, 2Sa. ocwku newt, 1 iui.nruitlinu ilayl. BAKUISTEH. JsJEW NATIONAL, THEATER. rp.i t n MATINEE J as ) T m STRANGE ) Two (.75 Adrentures of MISS BROWN A farcical play with astory one that makes intelligent people laugh. ILLUSTRATED BY JNO.R. ROGERS' COMEDIANS Next Week Hoyt's "A Midnight Bell." LAFAYETTE SQUARE iiSfcSg- () TONIGHT and SATURDAY MATIXEE. The hit of tnro continents, GEORGE EinVAKDEV 70 LONDON BURLESQUERS 70 AN ARTTST'ST MODEL, Presented with the same London Cast aj mado the Great New YorV Success atthe Mroadway Tueater. Management AL. HAYMAN and CUA1H.K') FKOIIMAN. Jlay G-I'AI.NT A.ND I'OtVDER CLCn. Sluy U Grrat Star Cast In T1IEKIVALS. nPaHFHi'e,,ce3 a. S". T5c aiI S'-W. ttliiiLhai I TVed. and hat. Mate. Si & 50c, res'd. 31 AT. TODAY. 23 and 50. JACOB LITTS Splendid Production of H. G. DONNcLLY'S A TAMHANY TIGER! 43-8100.00 FOB A TITLE.- Tho management-trill pay the above sum for a new and original titlefor this pla; one most apyropriate f. r the urama and most suejest ive ot its rowerful and roxaantio plot. Ad NEXT I The Bomance WEEK, of COON E0LLO7 KERNAN'S LYCEUM THEATER. ALL THIS WEEK FIELDS & HAKSOX'S Drauing Cards Headed by FIELDS & HANSON, the true eunterursuf Musical Comed; JOE FLYNNf author and singer of popular parodies. NEXT I Clif T TArlT'Q Extravaganza dim. I. JHU0, U Company. WEEK METZEHOTT HALL. THURS DAY .Mulir. APRIL 30.UltANDC0.N CEUT by the celebrated MADRID MANDOLIN QUARTET. A. V. HOLMES, A. M. DUF0UK. B. F. JUDS0N. ARTHUR E. TUNDT. assisted by Miss Alice Judson. Mrs. Kittle Thompson-Berry, Miss Eieanoro Siinouds. Miss Antoinette Warlltz. Mr. George O'Connor. Mr. A. Stem. Mr. James Vtatcon. Mr. W. H. Counellv, Mr. Dave C. BatiKs- Apollo Quartet, the IJand Quartet. 1 he LA Rll EST Si A NDOLIN , BA NJ O. AND GUITAR ORCHESTRA IN THE WORLD. ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY PER FORMERS. Popular prices. ap-0-lt COLOMBIA ACADEMY. The cycling craze, Ona oftheaizhtt of Washington. Cyclln- tansht on a liUJU ft. Hoor. Competent instructors. Charges smalL Muic every evenm;. S2d and P streets. J. Hart Bnttalo, Mgr. TILo F street STEASISniP LINES. AMERICAN LINE. New York Southampton (London-Parli) T ic-scrcw U. S. Mail Stcamshipj. Sallins every Wednesday, St. Paul. Apr23. 10 am 1 St. Louis. Juni loam New Y'k, Mayti. 10 ami Berlin.SatJnn6.10am Paris.. . Miy i 10 am j Kt.PauIJun 10. 10 am St-Paul. MayM. 10am I Parls,bat Jun 13.1Uam New Y'k. May27,10am I New York.",VetL Juna 1710 am. RED STAR LINE. NEW YORK TO ANTWERP. WESTERNLAND, Wednesday, Apr 23. Noon SOUTH WAICK Wednesday. May fi, Noon NOOItDLAND .:.. Wednesday. May It, Noon FKIESL.VND Weduesday, MayM. Noon Iiiternntional NJvletloa Company. Tiers 11 and 15, NorUi River. Office 6, Bovr lmcGteen, N. Y. GEO. W. MOSS. Agent. tril Penna. Ave. nr Europe. USt to tU3. Alles- I Ol 1 fs peuses paid. Fba-NK IUkeh, VUI J &;, street New York. ap i; 242729 TBOPOSALA PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES.-pt-fiee Public luudingsaDtl urounds, ar Deiiartment. Washlugton. D. C, April 29, lbUU. Sealed proposals, in duplicate, wUl be received here until 2 o'clock p. in., MAY 28. 1890. for furnishing supplies required from time to time during fiscal year ending June 30, 1S97. as follows: Class 1, fiorNts" supplies; class 2, flower pots: class 3, painu. oils &CA- class 4, hardware: class 5, agricultural implements Ac: class li, electric battery supplies; class 7, drain pipe and plumbers' supplies; clas-i S, stationery; class 9, manure; class 10, sand and gravel; class 11, soil; class 12, ice: class 13. lime and cement: cUs-s 14, brick; class 10, sod: class 10, fuel: class 17, lumber, sash and doors: class 18, use of teams. No bids will be ac cepted until Congress shall have made the nece-Kiry appropriations. Separate pro posal for each class Is desired. Each ciivt'Ioiw should be indorsed to Indicate class for which the Inclosed proposal v.is made. Preference will bo given to articles of domestic manufacture, con dition) or quality and price (including In tlm price of foreign productions or injnii facture the duty thereon) being equal. Attention Is invited to acts ot Congress approveil Februarv 2G. Ie85. and Feb ruary 23. 1887. Vol. 23, page 332, and Vol. 24,page414. Statutes-at-Large. Right Is reserve 1 to reject any and all proposals. Information can be obtained here. JOHN M. WILSON. Colonel Engineers. apr2U,30.mayl,2,20,27 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, WASH melon, D. C, April 10, 1S9C Scaled proposals will be received at the office ol the chler clerk. Department of Justice, until 2 o'clock p. n.. THURSDAY, MAY 7, 169C, for supplying the Department of Justice with the following articles nnd ervices for the fiscal jear ending Juna 30. 1897: Stationery, fuel. Ice, miscel laneous supplies and washing towels. Blank forms and other In formation will l runilstietl by the chief clerk on application. The Department reserves the rlstt to waive, defects, and to reject any or all bids os-parts of bids. apll,15,18,22,25,29,my2.8. FOB SALE OR EXCHANGE. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Ear gains la carriages, buggies and wagons: different styles: also 3 Job on account of storage: no reasonable oftei. refused. 927 O it. nif. ,fej-,?isi-r-- S?tfer'taag'-vJ-fcfe y.fi-tj-Jc.. y.fcv - -- -----i .. - r .