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TEE EVENING TIMES, WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, MARCK 2L 1900.
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IIELl WASTED-FEMALE.
Advcrtlaementii tinilcr tlifa Item!
will lie Inserted for one cent n rroril
for encli tiixcrtlon.
WANTED- Girl for light bKiewML; gt G
ier month. 1S41 Columbia st. mv. It. cm
YVANTKB Kxieriefleed woman to cook, wasfe, and
iron for small private family ; id. Apjdv
am q ft. mv, n,
YVANTKI1 Girl, who tmdomtanek running ma
chine, to aosfet dreaeHMker. ( II M. mv.
lt,'IH
WANTED-Twe fhat-elMs vfet, ami two skirt
In,. Ant-. 1K1 M et. wn., list, No. 6. v
lt,
WANTED Woman for genera howcework; ;?ood
cook. t'aU at 5115 P st. hw. lt,em
WANTCD-tSood ctMiMfecrmaM bMwUi booee;
me sot afraid It wort. Apply 305 12ti t
f. Jt
WiYMTBD
HLfS, It
An CKperieneed waiti- at FUSS
1427 New lotfc :w. Ajtply st twice
VANTlil'-CoWwTd dMHohemiaW and waitir,
U; cook. SIS; MaH fan!. LADIES' EX-
Quam:. cu in t. u
WANTKD White wie, for dstmtc roe. $1
w-akly; no SftmUs i;. 1JMHKS' EA
CWANOE, 4 lttti at. It
WANTBD-C-oloaed ctambmaaM. GIT H t. n.
it
nVAlsTtCD Colored sM for nenl faouork.
vm E et. i. it
VANTKO Keliabte vMt wotaon. (.nirral Iirh
work; foinH' of two. 37 t'Otli !-t. ww. It
WANTKD IleMaiile colored wowm f.ir peoerol
tieoewrk. Apjiiy at 70J Jlifc st. mv., tlt
iKo. . It
WA.VTHD Dmtoi; loom gM, while.
LUNC1I IKKJAl. 4tX Wit rt. mv.
ACADEMY
It
WANTHD WWtr wan to cook. w--5!. d iron,
in fmih til 2; oidr twe vriih liet refer
toioes need fiply. At 1H9L li mv., bet. b a4 S
p. s. It
WANTBD A white woman to euuk. waMi. iron.
ami asriiit iti penecal wrork. for miuII
prfwt (amilv : Ma niprhtt. Coll at 145 Cliicao
bt., Wet. F and (i, and let adid sis. ne. It
WANTKlKina-flai iKkt komfc. KEEK, 1M
K st. mv. jli-5t,i'
WANTBD First-cias moeMne omrBtor. KEEN",
W10 F st. mv. mhSO St.em
VANTBD Wohwb to work en lodkV oaU; most
Hodernand working lottoulio4i. KEEN, 1810
V tt. nw. tnhS03t,em
WANTED Two pirk, plain cook, cl'.iei chamber-
iHaii; J10. Hi; afco giri to norse. Enquire
IMS 11th tt. nw. mhiO-St.em
WAXTUD N'oat white ciii; aboot 1 i or 15 yeara
to make heteif senerelty meful in a small
family; to stay at night irfeired. Address
llax 86S, thi oftiee mU30tt,em
AVANTBD White Ctrl, 14 or 10 years oW. to do
geiieral lHHjtcwork and take care of children;
no wasMnc and ironing; pood home to lisht
Kd. Awly 6w. cor. 11th and T tie. sw.
n8e-2t,em
WANTED An cxiwrienced Airt hand at 717 Hth
st. mli20-8t,era
WANTED Lady tCIopraphe (reading notes read
ily), owning machine, for eonftdentia! ttooition
in cMablLslted office; not over $20 month to hcEJn; J
-rrrrtv- n urn mmi.mob IS IranK-tL AWrtM iJ. ilW,
ihfe ofltce. mh20 3t
WANTED First-class skirt hands and one com
petent skirt fitter; let iwy, bat nmst be
ItigMy teoommended. WM. SUIIWAKTZ. 113
trw. ave. inhae-St
WANTED Tailored wiio underrtamU boltonholei,
to hrtfi en iHxt-dm-s catft. bO0 J" st, nw.
J)di96-K
WANTBD-Fiwt-clg tailored, at oree. 174S L
st. w mht-J(t
WANTBD Settled woman or girl to teed children.
188 ltt st. nw. mh90-St
"WANTED IjkI.v feeder on cylinder press; one who
fokh preferred; state experience. Address
Bo; MS, this office. mhlO-St.tm
"WANTED -Finishers on pante and learners. Ap
ply iSH th st. nw.. third floor, Boom 10.
HthlS-lt
SITUATIONS WAITED- FEMALE.
'WANTED I'iaoe as order cook; good bread mak
er; pood lef. 305 O bt. nw. it.e m
'AYANTIJD- Hy colored girl, place to do general
Iwwseuork or cook; ref. IMS Riegs Place nw.
It, em
"WANTHD-By repoetWe colored cirl. wUre as
CiMHibennaid oi waitress. Call 100S 2JW St. ,
' It 1
WANTED Yaohwg or plain cennier to do at I
jionie. call lbtlS'fe M t. nw. it j
truvr-fit u . i T . i
'"'l'""1 " ji.i. raw rrvmmiL, itace as iav ;
'muse: liosiiital ewterx
exfteiierwe, l 3d a. ee.
"u-!t
WiCKTED-Wathiac to do at home r work out
hy tiw day. 194 L st. nw. It
'AV AXTKD Wadiing to do at homo or out 1- the
My. ai 1 st, nw. it
'WANTED By ex-trrienced woman, good ref..
pkee as lioosekoeper; widir or lochelor
.pwftjrrod. Address Bos StM. this oiSee.
mfaW-St.em
WANTBD By colored w man, place as meat or
pastry cook, in httrt-claes imvate lamily. ho- j
Tf. or restaurant. TOU 4t nw. mhM-4t
MTLATIOXS AV ANTED MALE.
WANTED By two eolcH-ed hib, places as driver.
or attend horse; good ret. W Aekei st. ne"
lt.etn '
WANTBD-Portion as meat cwtur or grocerv
elerk; married; lef. Addrcas Box 538, thi-
J8 It.em
WANTED By .viig man. wII aeqmitrtod in
out. a ioMifMi as oofseetor for lifctaBmeHt
liwa. Box S5. this oilice, lt.cm
WANTED By yownff white man, 36. jOace as
mier or wtitchmau; has uoginocrV lictm-e.
Bx 671, this rlhco. j , it, em
WANTED Uy Iwf of 17, witF rielVnee. -:
sition in sroceiy store. Adv.-s U" 1.TEB W
W'HITl. RoekWHe. -Md. ih!1.2t,ei
WANTED By colored man. plt: as third-cis
engineer or fireman. 1288 IM -i. sw. it
YVANTL'D By a light colored man, work of anr
Kind; irnst ol refcrences. RANDOLPH, 1SJ
Cedor m. nw. jj
"WANTED-A jdaee a a firM-ckss greom-man or
horsier cleamng. 8007 E t. aw. mh21-2t
"WANTED Employment by a settled roan as Row-
walker, collector, or any kind of respectable
employment; can furniHi very best ref. and lwiid
if rewiulred; salary rw el.ject. Addles Box 53).
01hw- mhao.3t.em
WANTED By middle-aged white man (married)
idoec as driver for doctor or general work
in private family; good rsfereiK-cb given. Ad
ehesllON 612, this clrice. mh20-3t
YVANTED By white married man, w ith"oxpcri
ence. place as driver or hostler; good refer
ences. Address W. F.. Takoma. D. C. mh20-2l
JTUATIO.S WAITED M-1X.E AND
FEMALE.
MRS. MOORE'. SOITHERN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE-
-Fen lM-lp in and out of the citv. 212
II st. im. it
WANTED II O US ES.
"WANTED To lent P-room or larger house; cen
tral nw.. not ovei $40; bring ketvs. CLARK
BROS.. 8W5 13th. mhl-2t
WANTED-HOHSES AND VEHICLES.
YVANTED One or more second-hand baker's
'"i". .timress iiua on. tills ofii.i-
mhaot
W AXTKD BICYCLES.
WANTED Before sellinc h- bicvcle. secure our
eaA offer. CYCLE EXCHANGE, 740 10th
w- mh20-8t
WE WANT 1,000 cecond-hand bicycles for cash.
HUSTLER BICYCLE REPAIR CO.. 414 and
' a- g. ia3-3mo
"WANTED ROOMS AND ROAUD.
t ANTED -By gentleman, fur. room and board;
heat. Kf. and bath; April 1. within four
Wooks of Patent Ottie-c; $17 jht month; p.rmanent
mafl promjit iat . A4dre Box 557, this oAk.
ill. em
WANTED UIIOMS.
U ANTED Two lasement rooms, bv man and wile
twiored. Addri-ss BOX 5J0. 'this otlice. '
inv03t
WANTBD Two or three nnfiirnWicd rooms, with
bath; or small Ihmisc. Address BOX 54S.
tWs office. mli20-?t
YVANTED Two or three furnished rooms, for I.
li. k.; not over 15 rainutcV from G. P. O.
AUdrrsN. stating terms and particulars, ROOM 6
Be.'lvrdcre Hotel. mli20-3t
WANTED By young: man, nicely-fur. small front
room. bet. 3d and 7th. and Pa aw. onH V
( tr. nw.; fciate terms,
'.office.
Address Box 532, thU I
mhl9-3r,em
......y-wviu
mlilfl.se An. I
HELT" WANTED MAT.E.
AtlvcrtlKC-Micnts under thin Iicnd
will be Inserted for one cent n iroril
for each Insertion.
WANTED- At once, two dishwasher. lion.-cboy,
white driver, porter; city and countrv people.
SHACKLEFORD, 90S B st. mv. Item
ANTED Fry cook, houseman, help for all de
partments in liotel. BURGESS' HOTEL
AGIXCY,5QS 10th tt. II, tin
WANTED A fiist-clav fresco and decorator to
take riutrge of shop. Box 572, this office.
Mb21-at,em
WANTED First -class liutlcr for private boarding-
hocec. Calj at once, 1502 11 st mv. lt.em
WANTED Boy on dairy farm. let. 15 and 1
years. old; white preferred. Address -M. K.
MORRIS. ISth and Btnning Boad. lt,rm
WANTED A German waiter; must also a-si,t in
1 at m I) t.t. mv. It,""
WANTED Energetic salesman; school supplies;
eeuntrv woik; $103 salary uid extras. It. O.
EVANS & CO., Chicago, 111.
mhll,17,lS.il.21,?6f2S,31-apl
WANTED Colored youth, light in color, for gen
oral work a Knit dining-room. PMLADKL
IMIIA OYSTER HOCSl 1U13 7th It
WANTED Two lov, pleasant work, colored
drive, man for faun. KOOM 17, 033 V tt. U
AVANTED l'irst-elaw white lwiber balanc-e of the
week, and permanent if satisfactory. Apjdy. at
omre, JKtt Mh st. te. . It
WANTED Experienced bookkeei)er. 75; bread ami
ctrj' IwiKer, coloied house bov, fmnacc man.
IXVCIIANGE. 702 13th st. It
WANTED Stenographer; good pay and perman
ent; farm manager and wife; also one for
summer tesert. 1200 New York ave. nw. It
WANTED Good tailor to run sliop or will sell
feiiop. SEATON", 1220 tlA tt. sw.' It
WANTED Two Ikivs to strip tobacco; $1.60 per
week to start. KOOM 4, 083 C. tt. mv. It
WANTED-Farm land. V. II. HORN, Cedar Gleim
Farm Dairy, Bladeibuig Road and Mickey
ljinc. u
WANTED Boy to draw wda and do geneial work
in dn:g .torc. Address BOX 303, this of
fice. It
WANTED A blight, intelligent 1kv, willing to
learn ladW tailoting. Apply 1230 Hth St.,
belore 1 a. m., alter 5 p. m. It
WANTED A first-class, up-to-date custom cutter.
-M'Ib. in writing.- to .1. . DRKEDI.OVE,
4Su IaolM.t Baltimore, Md. isih2l-3t
J WANTED 1'tinter; rapid man; at once. HAY-
MOIJ1U rtBLIsiilNC llOl&E, 012 5th &t.
nw. it
WANTED Brfiable man, $ wetk; xUo voung
man clerk, $0 week. BASEMENT, 513 12th
nw. it
WANTED Middle-aged white man. who undcr-
stand farming ami gardening; single and ol
temperate habits; tttady employment to right
man. Apply 401 Sth at. t-e. ni!i20-St,cm
WANTED Two men; butler, ether teamster; also
boy work about the houc. Inquire 1C35 11th
st. nw. mhS0-2t,em
WANTED Gmtletnan.a well aKpiainled in de-
parttnents, to solicit; good terms to right
party. Box 551, this otlice. mh20-3t,eni
WANTED A stout white boy to drive horse and
cart; S liours woik per dav; steadv job for
right bo;. Apply BL'BGDOBF STARLES. 410 Sth
it. nw. mh20-2t,em
WANTED Y'oung man who iitiderMands camlv
making. Aify at CR0.-WELLS, 431 7th
st. sw. mh20-2t
WANTED AVhite experienced window cleaners.
BOOM 21, Stewart blchj., 6(h and D st.
mlriO-3-t
WANTED Bread and cake baker,
nw.
152 7lh
mh20-3
WANTED Good cam-as,'er; salary, $S per week
and 10 per cent conmiUsiorL Applv MAY
BROTHERS. S39t Hth. mli20-3t
YYANTED-Route agent for milk business; mu.-t
Lae three ytara' cxpcaitiice. Box 534, this
office. mhl'J-Ct.cm
WANTED - Good solicitors for industrial Insur
ance, rick, accident, and death benefits; a
home institution; incorporated 1SS7; a good
chance for nergctlc man to make money. Ap
ply to the old reliable CAPITAL CITY BENE
FIT SOCIETY, 45S La. avc. mli2 3rno
II ELI' WA.YTED-MALE & FEMALE.
"A WTED ( apable ladies ard genthmen to '..in
vhke siieH company I play ccmmonuealili
neaiht dat. thi spring. Call 1327 Tth 't. nt.
li'
it, -m
WANTED Man ai.d wife on d-iit faim; aUo bov
to wait in titt. Enoiiirc 1633 11th t. nw. It
WANTED-Cook, cliarmetmaid, waiters, di-h-
wa$hets: jeference. INTELLIGENCE OFFICE.
W'ayland S4n. 14dg.. 13th and Cliapin st.. nw. It
. .
IIKI.P of all kind. fniv-heil hotel, private ami
ojIkt places. INTELLIGENtE OFFIClj. 13th
and ChMpiu ft. nw. . . it
AVANTE11 UNIT UNIMIE!) ItOOMS.
WANTTU) AlKtut Apnl 15. by mother and son. 3
unfurnished looms 2ti floor; heat, light, and
gap; for 1. h. k.; now. section; not over $15. Ad-drf-s
BOX 33s, this oilkt'. mh21-:'l
WAITED- MISCELLANEOUS.
DENTAL wor
for meal in a popular Dining-
ddri 571. thi otlice. lt.em
LOT .f m'w blankets, quilt., spreads. lace cur
tains, al auetion, ThurHlay, March 22, 10 a.
IN. 422 10th 't. nw. lt.em
WANTED f Grocery store, with dwelling; will buy
out buinof; Kate full particulat and lo
cution. Addres BOX 5fl2, this ortice. mh21-3t
WANTED To relieve and ciire your neuralgia,
headache, rheumatUm. jwin. and swelling;
free a days. Call or drop postal to REID, Moun
taineer, 4t8 E st. sw. mli20-3t
YVANTED Double sHufJleluard; state pric-e and
where it can be seen. KIEFER. 1910 Hth
St. iuli20-3t
WANTED A well established tailotsliop. for cash;
please give location and price. Address BOX
517. this office. inh20-3t
WANTED Furniture; contents of entire houe-s
bought; also 4oeks and fixtures of all kinds.
FRIES & HOP WOOD, Sth and K st.. nw.
mhlS-St.em
BAD wlis collee ted or no cliarge. II. D. GORDON,
Lawter. 1333 F st. nw. mhlD-Ct
CLAIMS and bills of all kinds collected. WRIGHT,
BOX 401. Station G. mhlS-6t
WANTED-Old gold and silver of all descrip.
tions at the highest cjsh prices. LOUIS
ABRAHAMS. 000 7th St., opposite Patent Office,
formerly of Maiden I.atie, Xcw Yoik.
mhl3-Im,em
WANTED Claims collected, or no charge. G.
BEES. 1001 G st. nw. rahl3-Gt
WANTED Highest cash prie paid for ladies'
and gent's cast-off clothing; drop postal, 111
call. II. TARSHE3. 1S0S 7th at, cw. fc27-lmo
WANTED Office and household furniture, stoic
fixtures, large refrigerators, meat and pro
vision boxes. THE ARK, 313 Cth st. nw.
rohl3-lmo.
WANTED To buy thousand live pigeons, rabbits
and xacoons. SCUM1DS BIRD STORE. 712
12th st. r.w. mhl2-7t,em
WANTED Highest cash price paid for ladies'
and gents' cast-off clothing; drop postal, I'll
call. S. KEBKSKY. 1300 Tth st". nw. fe21-lmo
WANTED For highest cash prices, metals, iron,
rubber, paper stock, machincrv, tools, etc-.
II. BERNHEIMER, 926-923 C st. nw., 'phone 2273.
ja21-tf
HIGHEST price paid for second-hand bicycles;
also taken en storage. 424 9th st. nw.
cc25-tf.cm
I'OIt SALE HOUSES AND VEHICLES.
FOR SALE Horse, wagon, and harness, cheap.
103 Centre Maikrt. mli21-3t,em
FOR SALE A laige woik horse; if sold thiswcck
S20. 2111 F.st. nw. mh20-3t,cm
FOR SALE Bay horse; weight 1,230 lb.; cheap
1700 1st st. nw. mhl7-3t,cm
FOR SALE From Va.. beautiful combination bav
mare; 1,100 lb., without fault or blemish- see
and try oeirsolf. 1. A. PAYNE, IsSJ.'. C tt nw
mli20-t,rm
FOR SALE A small platform spring top wagon
HIS 7th st. nw. mh20-3t "
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Second-hand, blur,
rcjs C buggies, 2 phaetons, 2 trap, depot
wagon, C iiassengcr Dayton runabout, 50 sets of
single and double buggy, surrey, and wagon
harness; I platform, heavy contractor's wagon;
big bargain. COGSWELL'S, 2ui 11th nw.
mliSO-3:
FOR SALE A good woiking horse, cheap. 170
C st. sw. mh20-3t
FOR SALE Six honcs; woikers and drivers. CIS
G st. nw. mhl!i-7t,em
FOR SALE Grrat bargain. 24 head of horses and
mares, ranging in age from 5 to 9 j'eara,
weight 900 to 1,100 pounds; suitable for any" busi
ness, and no reasonable offer refused. Call 212
4l st. nw. mhl9-7t,era
FOR SALE COUNTRY I'ROrERTV.
FOR SALE At Colonial Beach, five room cottage
anu corner inrs 9 en vain. n.. 11. i.,i.
SZ?Ti!,: lVh
UNI lit CI
nAA. Kt, .,.. ,- . ,...n h. F
. . t . iv
FOR ItENT ROOMS.
l"OK BENT Largo front and hallrooni, 3d floor;
1. h. k. 207 Sd st. nc. . mh21-3t,em
I'OK RENT Rooms; fur. or unfur.; Southern ex
posure; 1. h. k. 1033 X. J. avc. nw.
nihil -St, e in ' '
FOB BENT -Three lovely rooms, including kitch
en, water, pas, for light; bath; 2d Door. 3 F
st. nw. inli21-3t,em
FOB KENT Beatilimrfurnlslicd room; ?1.50 per
week; lirst floor.-!3t II st. mv. mli21-3t
FOB KENT Second floor, south front, bay win
dow room, $13; adjoining, rear, 10; refer
ence?. 221 E nw. It
FOK KENT Checiful, Sd-ttory front room; fur.;
all tonvejiienecs; $-' C37 L 6t. nw'.
nih20-St,cm
FOB KENT 110 C i-t. nw.. large 2d and Sd-story
fur. rooms; with or without hoard or 1. li. k.
mh20-3t,em .
I.AB(;E 2dstoryfront iMin, wflh ifdove'filfaUy
fur.; suitable for two gentlenun or murried
couple. 1333 Corcoran t. inli20-3t,cm
FOB KENT Furniihed rooi.tf "heat, gas, bath;
-private faintly. 31 E nw. mh20 3t
FOK KENT Tliomas Circle, plca'ant roms, $15
up for two; traniimts, $1.25 per day; single
rooms. 1332 Ma. Jvc. nw. mli20-3t
FOK RENT-One vcrv desirable large front room,
2d Hoor. 127 C it. nc. mli20-3t
FOK BENT One fumu-hed front room, at tOd N.
Y. ave. mv.; gentlemen only; terms leason
ahle. Call at any hour to sec MBS. W. C.
STEWART. mh20-3t
FOR RENT-Largc fiont and hall loom, 3d floor;
Lh. k. 207 3d it. nc. mli20-3l
FOR RENT Xicclv-fun room; ?2 per week. 720
10th st. nw. mhlD-St.em
FOR RENT To gentleman front room; $5 month.
1003 0 st. mv. m!ilU-3t,cm
FRONT room, fur.; a. m. i.
mhl9-St,em
205 C st. nw.
FOR RENT Cheerful front room; private family;
iic-i, gas, anu iain; reasonable, zii aa si.
mhl'J-Ct
FOR RLNT Elegant rooms; newly fur. 72S 10th
st, n.. nihlG-7t,cm
Toil IIIJXT U.Ki:ii.MSIlEO KOOIIS.
TWO fuimminicJting, unfur. Sd-floor room; lie.it,
gas bath: 1. h. k. ; no children; t?8 in ad
vance. Addu-ss Box C73, this otlice. lt.cm
FOR RKNT Tl.n... tlrcirsliln frnnt .r.n...a iinf.ir.
iih-hed; heat, light, hot and cold water. 10J7
New Jersey ave. nw. mh21-3t
FOR BENT Room, 3 unfurnished.
732 3d st.
mh21-3t
FOR KENT Unfur., one large, one small 2d-lloor
fiont rooms; heat; ue of bath, $& 4'J K st.
nc. mh20-3t,em
VOll RENT Unfur. three nice rooms; 2d floor;
bath on same; near two car lines; $13.50 per
month. 1113 U st. ne. n:h20-3t,em
FOB KENT Three nice unfuinishrd room for 1.
h. k. 710 4 th s(. nw. mh20-3t
FOK BENT Two unfurnished front rooms. 2d
floor; tiled lath, with orct!ain tub adjoin
ing; electric lighting attaihmeiiU; modern
throughout; furnace. 13 Quiucy ne. mhls-7t
FOR RENT Th:cc unfur. mania. COMPTOX. 1S33
Oreson avc. mhl7-7t,cni
HOU3IS AND UO.VItl).
FOR .--ALE- New incubator from 0 upwards,
fancy chickens, pigeons-, pheasants, rabbits,
mice, ca(5, doc, goldrl'hea, singing canaries, etc.
SCUM ID'S BIRD STOKE, 712 12th st. nw.
nih2l-lf,(in
FOR SALE Cheap, iicvdoors, saihT blinds lUOt
t-lii st. nw. - uih2I-3t.eiu
DESIRABLE room, wiUl, board; 2d floor. flOl
iras. ave. tie. ' " mh21-3l,em
TWO fuicihed rooms and boatd; roouw fur 1. It.
k. li tth st. se. . It
A LADY' would like to lme ere or two refined
geiitlenien iKwrders, where thi v would have a
nU-e home; $12 a nMttitti?' OJIf-nr r titirt t.
nw.. at stoic. It
Tr'ZT.WTir, "- T- ",T7"i
ON CAITIOI. BILL, convenient to Navy Yard ard
cars, god board and reom; sif, Jij fejo; home
cookiug. S2iJ 2d st. se. mhPJ-St.rm
ROOM and lioard for two; $3.30 per week; single,
$4. 1102 0th st. nw. nihl3-3t
" " "
FOR RENT Nicely-fur.. rguirt-. with board; con-
vement location; hot water heat; private fam-
ilv. 411 Cth st. nw. mhlS-tf t-n
Kr'iif Kw-r-vi...... ,..,.. . ..,.u' ..
"I(T"v ..":v ,r:":v;.r- '."rrs. "".t
OB-
BO
LEANS. 1203 K tt. nw. fa2!-lmo
10LLOU Tilt CROWD and you will certainly j LOOK! LOOK.'? LOOK!:: Goodrich tires $0 per
"hnng up" at the Genoa. tOC and 603 12th j pair, put on; Hartford tue-. No. 77. $0.31 pe.
.; satisfy jour appetib; only $'. table board, pair, put on. HUSTLER BICYCLE REPAIR CO.
equal .to any $C a week in the United States: i'-. .ir.! i-.ir,. .-.. i-.-i
l.... : . , .... , 1
fiiruij nun, jii.iv Lieai.1, a:iu ouiicr; sicaKS ana I
chops all broiled: Uautilul toomr:. a. 'm. i.-:
rcaocable rates to trarients. P. II. MOOKE,
Mgr.; 'phone 12S7. ' ' 'oclS'-tf
BUSINESS CHANCES.
CARPL1S. nig;., fcallier bed. ni3ttns, and jii!-'
b'tts. at am lion. 422 Wth si. nw.. Thirdav.
Mm ii 22. 10 a. m. - - -lneiii
FOR SALE Crocciy and.; iirrj:i-im Ktore,' W4F1
sto kcil awl in good l.iiat'ioii; elwap. Addre..
.. eare Canicr !?. - . iiih21-;'.l,esii
W.YNTED Party to taTe half mt7retiirmail
older bu-inesr; investigate. ROOM 12, (CKi
F st. li w. it
CORNER drag slorc, on 14th st.; cheap lent; large
trade; inventory $2,300; price $1,300; atis'ac-
tory tenik.. DUNLAP, )d F et. mh20-3t,em
FOR SAI.E-$l,oriO interest inloeaTTuisinei en
tcrpikc, for $200; thi. week; splendid pros-
lccts: raie opiwrtunity for patirg investment.
BoxJiGS, this olliet': mh2C-7t,em
FOR SALE On account of scfcms crocerv and
provision store-, at gic-.it Mciificc to "quick
buyer. For insinuation, call 1151 2S1 st. nw.
mh20-3t,em
POOLROOM, luting $T, dat ; owner compelled to
leave euy; rare eiiauec. .M.u 1UUK III M-NES-S
BROKER. 10.K) F st. iiili2f-3t,em
BARBER SHOP, paying $130 month: ill-health
cause. NEW YORK BUSIN"I BROKER. 10i
F t. mh20-ot,'ui
WANTED -A man with small capital, $200, to
learn a good paying inu-iniss; from $5 to sin
per elay; clean, easy work; no opposition and no
c.iciisc. Adelress BOX S-'tO, this office. mh20 ;;t
FOR SALE $33, stock and llvture. countei.
e-aev, etc.. of e-onfectioneiy and tobacco atoie;
lent $10; near school. 012 Y'a. avc. sw. mli20-::t
FOR SALE Gtocery, notions, and tohatvo; cheap;
owner going into larger business. Applv 1th
and I) sts. se. mliSO-ut
AVANTED By a regitereel phtjieian, a partner
to join, him and advertise; small capital re
quired, and big returns guaranteed; all corre
spondence strictly confidential. Address BOX 5 In
this otlice. mli20-3t
FOB SALE $75 will buy groe-ciie.. fixtures, etc.,
if sold this week. Applv al 320 C St. sw.
mli20-3t
FOR SALE A confectioner;', adjoining t-chool. at
a sacrifice. 319 1 sw. mh20-3t
FOR SALE Stock and fixtpna ef grocerv and
meat store. 1C31 Corcoran st. nw.
mhl9-3t .cm
A BARGAIN A profitable, flnely-IocaTeel bicvcle
business, with large, well-paying repair shop;
a rare opportunity for some one to pick up an es
tablished, paying business. J. D. ARNOLD, 1707
21st st mldi-tf.em
SPRING OPENING-For a starter we will paint
50 roofs free of charge: make no mistako
in address, 012 F nw., ASPHALT RUBBER PAINT
CO; inh7-I mo
HAVE CLIENTS who have frcm $1,000 to $30,000
to invest in different lii.es of business, such
as groceries, dry goods, clothing, notions, shoos,
cigar stores, hardware, furniture, ic; peisons
meaning business and wishing to sell can dispose
of their stocks to a good advantage; all business
strictly confidential. NEW YORK BUSINESS
BROKERS, Room 2, 1006 F nw. mhl-lmo
THE finest stock system in existence; large as
sured income and guaranteed principil.
"STOCK BROKERS," P. O. BOX 1351, N. Y".
de3-tf
FOR SALE LOTS.
ATTENTION BUILDERS For sale, 3 lot, each 21
x!o. at corcnr of :Mth ami Cainbiielge st,. West
Washington; can be sub-divided into (J lots; leims
eay; location very desirable for buildings. LOUIS
P. SHOEMAKER. 920 V st. iiw- .. ..mligO-'U.cm
FOR RENT ROUSES.
FOK KENT Five-room brick' cottage;' fine" loca
tion and order; large yatd; near Columbia
car. CSS 9th st. nc. . u
FOR RENT Complelely fur. hou.e; mv.; eight
rooms; modern imps.; southern exposure; rent
reasonable to small family. Address 510, this
oflicc- mlilO-St.cm
FOR REXT-STAI1LES.
FOR RENT-Half of stable.
nili20-St
Rear 210 D st. se.
FOR RENT SUnURRAN.
FOK KENT A 5-room cottage, with cellar, a
good stable, and outbuildings; land if desired;
i mile from Columbia cars. Address or call on
W. II. SHAW. Kcnilwortli. 11. C. mh2i-3t
FOR RENT-FLATS.
0E 'I'- 22" -.-
s,lu.v,v.i. in. ., si. uh.j zo. miua-itt
dit
ItEXT HOUSES.
THOS. E "WAGGAMAN.
Rcnl Estate lircltcr nnd Atietloncer.
917 F sfrpetN. W.
FOR SAI.f?-&ORTHWEST.
KM to 1113 SCth, 8 r, bath, and a ml (Eich) $3 0V)
-' y"i, i ii, w, lot uxoj ft
frll 25th, b h, 2 fctoriej, Cr, a m i....
,-OJ
2,230
2,iK)
1,7(W
700
"j ii, u n, 2 stones, Cr, ami.
2010 2d, f h. Cr. large porch
15 and 10 McCulIough, b h's, 4r; each.
SOUTHWEST.
39 X, b h, Cr and bath 2."M
41S 10th. b h, 4r nnd back building 2.700
312 and 3JI li, f h's, Cr each, stable (both).. 2,5'jO
NORTHEAST.
703 9th st, f h, cellar, Sr, bath, a m i $3,500
U31 3d st, b h, 4r; lot 21x0li 4.W
1127 12th. b h. Cr; bath and a m i S.y
C20 G st. b h, Cr, bath and a m i V'
301 K, f h, Mr and dwelling, 5r 3.200
701 lCth st. store and dwelling 2,830
113(3 Sth, b h, 2 stories, 2r, lot 18x103 ft.. l.tOO
SOUTHE.ST.
EOS A, b h, llr. bath and a in 1 $3.50.1
202 A. b h, 12r, bath and a m i S.S
21S X J ave,' b h, llr, bath and a m i ".WJ
Intersection of Virginia ave and I st. 5.571
sq. ft., i ;:ting $42 per month...
. t,"'"J
. 5,500
. 3,200
. 3,050
. 1,000
. 1,503
. 1,503
. 700
433 to 43J d. b h'n. Cr. ami. (EacM
233 E, b h. Or, bath and a m i
321 and 323 D, b h's. Cr each. (Each)..
415 L. f h, Cr, lot 23x103 ft
1112 K, f h. Cr. lot 20x102 ft
1134 N' .1 ave, b h, 4r
411 K, f h, 5r, lot Hxlll
FOR RENT.
Xw, 1012 fith st., "r and bath
N'w., 122ii Madion, icar bldg., 4r...
Xw., 122S Madron, rear hldg., 4r.
NV., 3 Snow's Row, 4r
NV., 5 Snow's Row, 4r
N'w.. 1147 22d . .. 4r
$30 01
COO
f 00
4 00
4 00
COO
....... 20 31
13 30
22 50
U 00
CO)
ao in
Sw., 023 C Ft., Gr and bath
sw., rsi Va. ave. 4r
Nc., C32 Till st.. Cr and l.atl
Nc., 137 II ot.. 4r
N'e., 1520 N'orris st., Ir
Se.. 300 A tt., 8r and bath
Sc. 1011 Est.. Cr and bath
Sc, 1232 Hth St.. Cr
Se., 1105 10th st., Ir
Se., 1032 12th St., Cr
10 50 I
10 30 I
" ;"
"'
"
30
5 00
Sc., I01S 12th st., Cr.
Se., 313 S. C. ave., Ir
I " 1,t" "' 4T
Call at office for senil-iiiontlily Culistiu
nriscELi-ANi.ocs.
WOULD you suffer for 50 cenU? With iheu
matiii cr ncuia!ia, whtn Mexican Eureka
' jou. jia maiureu uy j. i. u.w ms.
Ideal LuiKhroom, 120o Pa. a., or 43, O st. nw.
,"11-1"'-
WARDIIOIIE, hall racks, large mirror, showcase..
will cute you. Manufactured by J. L. HA ENS
t auction. 422 10th st. nw., Thuisdav, .March
oo m .. t.i i. u.rt I
FURNITURE MOVED-Largc, 2-ho"rse load, $2.50;
pnnos moved; expericnceel motcrs. COLUM
BIA TRANSFER CO., 323 4'A st. nw.; telephone
1&C0. ' mh20-7t
STYLISHLY made
aits, $1. 1)17
drcsftv, $
II st. nw.
5.30;
lined shir
mli20-3t
DID the snow start your root's to leaking? Let
us get right to work on them, ami paint them
with our 111 HIIER ROOF PAINT. It stop the
leaks preserves the material. Roofs painted, $3
up. Fine Rooting and4puuting. RUBBER ItUOF
PAINT CO., 411 Ctb.st.riiv. mhl7-ti
DOCTOR COLLIER, specialist in curing all leaky
roofs and smokV ehimneis. SHOP, 023 U
st. svr. mhl7-7t
COAL' AND WOOD-Buy at the dump. 3d and
K sts. se. mhl7-Ct
WATCH repairing, main siirings, $1; cleaning
$1. at) 7th st, .opposite Patent Ofllce.
mhl5 lni.cin
I WITH windy March here, and rainy April com-
. ing juu'd better hate us paint tour roof with
j our BUBDEB ROOF PAINT. It riot only stops
i the leaks, but also preserves the roif. ?3 up.
! Hoofing and tpouting. Low prices. RUBBER
uooF PAINT CO.. !: Clh st. nw. mh4-t(
! r--
CAPITAL CLOCK REPAIRING CO.. 1131 Tth st.
i nw. Any ordinary clock cleaned, 30c; watches
cloned, k. up; nuisie-al box repairing and ail
other worn as low ir. proportion; satisfaction
I nuranlff-H- ml f.ncltl will rill fi.r nrl .Infl.'A
j r:TC tu a,'lV part of "District. " mhG-tf
! '- --
' BOOKBINDING AND. PRIXTING-Bindir.g one
i ?5u,ne "'Marine. 75 cents; other binding
-Huall m.imp; pnmmg Wj w. &&
other printing rqually M chesp. WILLIAMS. 613
7th st. nw.. Charles W. Dowden. Manager. fe2-tf
'- -m-...a.
FULL DRESS SUITS for hire, $1.
COHEN. HOI 7th :t. nw.
JULIUS
se27-tf
AY'ALL 1'Al'EIt.
FREE trade for Porto Rio mat b? a rea.it v after
all. It's a tery "lhe" proposition we offer.
Rooms papend ttith oeir new. stylih paper the
spring season's hanefefmest design' for only ;2
up. Finest work taiaranteed. Set us. V. ;.
NOLTE. S10 Mh st. "NO BRANCH. , mh2l-tf
Rl)MS pattered, $1.75 up; guarantee d. RICH
ARD S. RYNEY. 5th and II ss. no. mi,21-lm.
ROOMS papered.
STUNE BRO.n.
$1.50 up; work
412 10th t. nw.
gua ran tcrtl.
nihl-3(,cm
AUCTION SALES.
JAMES W. RATCL1FFE, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES SALE OF A TWO-STORY BRICK
HOUSE, NO. 21C D STREET SOUTHWEST.
Bv virtue of a deed of trust duiy recorded in
l.ibcr No. 22:1, fol. 110, et see-., of the Land
Records of the District of Columbia, and at the
request of the party secured thereby, the under
signed surviving trustee will offer for sale, bv
nublic auction, in fiont of the prcmbes, on HON
DAY. THE 1UTH DAY OF MARCH. A. D., lyCD,
AT 1:80 O'CLOCK P. M.. the following described
ical estate, situate in the City of Washington, in
the District of Columbia, to wit: Part of original
lot four (4). in square numbered five hundred and
eighty-one (0S1), beginning for the same at a point
fiftv feet east from the northwest corner cf said
Iot and running thence cast on D Street twenty
feet, thence touth one bundled ar.-I ten feet, thence
west twenty ic.-t. and thence north one hundred
and ten Icet to the place of beginning, together
with all the improtements, rights, etc.
Tctms One-third cash, the balance in one and
two tears, with interest from the day of sale at
0 per cent per annum, seemed by deed of trust on
the property sold, or all cash at thc-option of the
purchaser. A deposit of $200 required upon "ac
ceptance of bid. If the terms. of sale are not com
plied with In 15 days from the day of rale, the
trustee reserves the 'right to ic&ell the property at
the risk and cost ot the defaulting purchaser,
alter lite days' advertisement of such resale in
some newspaper published in Washington, I). C.
All tonvryancmg, stamps, etc., at the purchaser's
HENRY II. RERGMANN.
mli7-e!&d.cxS Surviving Trustee.
The shove sale is iKistpotied until FRIDAY", THE
231) DAY OF MARCH, 1!0, at same hour ar.d
place. ,"
HENRY II. RERGMANN".
mli20-di:ds . Surviving Trustee.
THOMAS BOWLING k CO., Auctioneers.
IN" THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT
OF COLUMBIA. Burgees K. Gladmon et al..
complainants, vs. Mattic ,K. Slater ct al., defend
ants. Equity No. 20S20.
By virtue of authority vested in the undersigned
as trustee, by the order-.of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, b'.aring date the 1st day
of February, 1900, we will offer for ptiMic sale
premises known and designated at lot sixtv-eight
(CS), in equate 122S, of the City of Washington
and District of Columbia, being- numbered iriio
on Tliirtt -fourth Street horthwcst, of said city,
said sale to take place before the said premises at
the hour of3 O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON OF
THE 231) DAY OF MARCH, 1X). Terms of sale,
one-third cash, balance payable in equal install
ments of one and two ycare from the date of said
tale, secured by a note of the puxjliaser and a
deed of trust on said i-cmiscs. All conveyancing,
internal revenue stamps, etc. at cost 01 purchaser.
lai reteuuc siauips, etc. ai cost. 01 nurcuasci
iEPII J. DARLINGTON, 410 5th st. nw.,
S. DOUGLASS, ndall Building.
I2-d&Is,cm " Trustees.
JOSh
E. S
mhl
I'ROrOSALS.
PROPOSAL for the illection and dipcsal of
garbage, dead animal, night soil, miscel
laneous refue, and ashe, in the District of Co
lumbia. Office of the Commissionerr" of the Dis
trict of Columbia. Washington, D. C. March 20,
1 G00. Sealed proposals will be received at this of
fice until 12 O'CLOCK NOON" ON" THE 20TH
DAY OF APRIL. 1900, for the collection and dis
posal of garbage, dead animals, night soil, mis
cellaneous refuse, and ashes, in the District of
Columbia, (hiring a period of five years, com
mencing 011 the lt day of July, WOO, or as soon
thereafter as practicable. Specifications ami blanl;
forms for proposals, and other information on the
subject, can lie obtained on application therefor
to the Health Officer of the District of Columbia.
Only bids on such forms will be considered. Tli
Commissioners of the District of Columbia will
examine all bids which may be submitted, ami
will ask authority fiom Congres to enter inlo a
contract or contracts for a period of five yean; for
the performance of such work, if any, specified in
ftuch bids as may be, in their judgment advan
tageous to the District of Columbia. The Com
missioners reserve, however, the right to reject
any and all bid. Bids must lie enclosed in a
sealed envelope, on the outside 0 which nwt be
endorsed "Proposals for the collection and disposal
HN-iT'ROSS, LANSING It BEACH? 60
.. n. .!.. T 1 : 1, It -.. IOIIV 11 It'Tf.tIT
sioners, D. C. mh20-6t-cxS
Foil SALE
Better than Medicine .
will be a Trip
via the Magnificent
"Sunset Limited."
The Journey from New Orleans over thU Route I? the most Pleasurable Experience that mo
be crouded Into an equal space ot time. Scenic Magnificence. Train Elegance. Epicurean Cci'lns
in llort. the Mirapiuousae.j of living haj never been so well Illustrated as upon that "Fineit
Thing on Wheels,"
THE "SUNSET I.I3IITED."
Special Tlirimgli Tram?, consisting ol Stepping and Dining CaM will leaTe New York every
Eatnrday aid TVcsday, cmnectiug directly with t he "SlesoI Limited" at New Orleans.
For full iuio-mation. free Illustrated I'amnhl ts. Map, and Tjie Tables, ahio lowest rates,
f'eeping car tickfrts. anil baggage checked, apply to southern Pacrne Co.. 511 Pt-nnsrlvania Ave..
Wa;Iiii!gtoii. D, f. A sample copy of the 'Sunset' Mjgjzine, a monthly publication devoted to
the develi pmcni cf the IVeiflc Coa-t, will he sent on application on receipt of 5 cenU In tamp.
delO vu.Wed-321
I'OSTOI-'KICE NOTICE.
VAMIINCTOX I). C, POSTOFFICE NOTICk,
Should bentad daily, as changes may occur at
any time.
FOREIGN MAILS are forwarded io the ports
of sailing daily, and the schedules of clodngi
are airaugc-d em the presumption 'of their unin
terrupted overland truiu.lt. l'nr the week endinz
March 21, 1UO0, the last connect ing cities will
i be made from this offlce as follows:
TrniiN-AOinitlc Hulls.
WEDNESDAY -(c) At 3:15 p. m. for FRANCE,
.SWIT.EHLAMI. ITALY. .-.PAIN. POKTl'GAL.
TLBKEY. EGYPT, and BBITIall INDIA, per
s. s. La Gascogne, frum New York, via
Ha; re. Lcttcis lor other parts of EUROPE
mut be dir. cted "Per . 8. La Gascogne."
FRIDAY (c) At 11 :03 p. m. for EUROPE, per
s. s. Campania from New Y'ork, ua ("ueens
tou n.
,(c) At 11:05 p. in. for NETHERLANDS
direct, per . s. erkendam, from New York,
via Rottcidam. Letter must be diltctid
"Per s. s Wrrkendam."
(t) At 11:05 p. ni. for ITALY, per s. s.
Trave, :oiu New York, ia Naples. Letters
must be dire-ted "Pt s. s. Trave."
(c) At 11:05 p. in. for SCOTLAND diiect
per s. s. Atoia, from New York, via Glas
gow, l.cttc-j must be directed "Per h. s.
Astoria."
PRINTED MATTER. ITC.-Gerinan steamers
sailing from New York on Tuesdays take 1'rint-
wl Matter, etc., for GERMANY, and sj.ecially
addressed Printed Matter, etc., for other parts of
, kuropi:.
' .Anefican and White Star steamers sailing from
I ..t.. iuin oa it cuncMiaj y, oerinan ucamers irom
! New York en Thursdays, and Cunard. French,
) and German steamers from New York on Sat-
uruavs, iaKe rnntHi itatter, etc., for all e-oun-tries
for which they aie advertised to carry
mails.
.Mull.s for S'ontli nml Central Am er
ica, West InilieH. Etc.
WEDNESDAY-(t) At 10:30 a. m. for NASSAU
N. ,, Marr from MfalIl ,!,
I (c) At li:05 p. in. for JAMAICA, per s. j.
Admiral Sampson, from Philadelphia.
(c) At 11:03 p. m. for ST. KlTfS. GU DE
LOLPE, MAlfllNB'UK, AND DEMEKARA,
Jer s. s. i. mi, Hunt ,.fw lUrK.
(c) At 11:05 p. in. lor PORTO RICO (via
San Juan), VENEZUELA AND CI RACAO,
ptr s. .. Philadelphia, from New Y'ork. Let
ters for SAYAN1LLA AND t ARTHAGENA.
via Curacao, must In- directed "Per g.
Phiiade!hia."
(c) At 11:03 p. in. for SANTOS direct, per
s. s. Catania, Irom New York.
THURSDAY e, At 11.03 p. m. for JAMAICA
BELIZE, PUERTO COKTEZ. AND GAUTE
MALA. per s. s. Origen, from New Y'ork.
Letters must be directed "Per s. s. Origen "
(c) At ll:o5 p. m. for MEXICO, per s. 's.
Ilhaka, fr.ni New lork, via Tampico. Let
ters .Jiust le directed "Per s s. IlhaLa ''
FRIDAY (c) At 11:05 p. in. lor FOBTUAT
ISLAND. JAMAICA, SA VANILLA, AND CB
THAOEN'A. jar s. s. Adirondack, from New
York. Lclters for tUSTA RICA must be di
reeted "Per . s. Adiiondack."
(c) At l':05 ii. in. fur HAITI, per s. s.
Andes, trom New York.
(e) At 11:05 p. m. for GRENADA AND
TRINIDAD, per . s. Grenada, from New Y'ork.
(c) At ll;03 p. in. for GUANTA.V H(i
AND MANZANILLO, s. s. Cienfuego., fioin
New Y'ork (ordinary mail only).
SATL RDAY (d) At 0:20 a. m. for LA PLATV
COUNTRlliSj'dirrct, jier s. s. Hippomerici
trom New Y'ork.
(f) At 10:30 a. m. for NASSAU, X. P.
per steamer irem Miami. Fla. " "'
Mails fix XKWTOt NDLA.M). by rail to North
Svdner. and thence tia steamer. cks, l,r. .u:.
except Sunday at 12:W m., and on Sunday oult-
a'. 11:30 a. m. (d) (li)
Mails for Mlt'll'LON, by rail to Boston, and
thfnee via steamer, close 'vm. daily at 3:15 1
m. (d)
CLBA MAILS close here via Port Tampa, Fla.
Wcdm-adati, Fridays, and Sundays at 2-20 ii'
m. (0
ia Miami. Fla., TnesJavs and Saturdays at
10:30 p. in. (I)
Mails f'Ji MEXICO overland, unless specially ad
dressed for dispatch by steamers sailing fiuin'Xrtr
lortt, cipsc i,irc uaiiy- at, io:jo a. in., and 10-u)
p. in. (k)
Mails fcr COSY RICA. BELIZE. PUERTO
CORTEZ, AND ATEMALA, by rail to New
0lesiiJ, and thec-rf via teamer, clo-e here daily
-it 10:00 t. m., the connecting cloes for which
being butitUrs and Tuesdays for COSTA RIC
ami Mondajs lor BELIZE, PUERTO CORTEZ
AND GUATEMALA, (c)
Trniis-I'nviliu 3Iu1I.h.
Malls for CHINA. JAPAN, AND PHILIPPINE
P-LA.NDS." Ma Seattle, close liere daily at 0:83
p. m., up to March 22. for despatch "per s. s.
Idzumi Maru. Regi.tertd letters mu:t be directed
"Vw Seiittle." (o)
M-Es for ( 1I1NA. JAPAN", HAWAII. AND
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. via San Francisco, close
here daily at 0 35 p. in., up to March 2e5, inclusive-,
for despatch per s. s. Hong Kong
Maru. (o)
.Mails for the SOCIETY INLANDS, via San Fran
cisco, clo-i" here daily at 0:35 p. 13., up to March
20, ineluite, f'-r despatch by ship Tropic Biid.(o) 1
Mails for HAWAII, via San Francisco, clc Ii-th !
dailv at C:35 p. m., up to Marci 3J, inclusive, for I
despatch per s. s. Australia, (o)
Mails tor .msiihua -.except cst Au?traiia,
which goes tia Europe and New Zealand, which
coes via San Francisco). HAWAII. AND FIJI
ISLANDS, via Vancouver, close here daily at
G:33 p. ra.. up to March 51, inclusive, -for de
spatch per s. s. Warrimoo. (o)
Mails for AUSTRALIA (except West Australia)
NEW ZEALAND. HAWAII, FIJI. AND SAMOAV
ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close here dailv at
0:35 p. m.. after March 31, and up to April" 14
inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Mariosa. (o)
Mails for COCHIN CHINA ire forwarded to
New York fcr connection with European steamers
"PHILIPPINE ISLANDS (Military Mail), el
snatched to San Francisco at all closes, for that
otlice to connect with Government transports, the
sailings of which are irregular.
(h) Degisteied mails close at 1:00 p. m. same
day.
(c) Registered mails clow at 3:00 p. in. same
day.
(d) Registered mails close at 5:00 a. in. same
day.
(e) Registered mails close at 1:00 p. ra. ,ircvious
Saturday. '
(f) Registered! mails close at 1:00 p. m. previous
day.
(h) Registered mails close at 12:00 p. m pre
vioiu day.
(k) Registered mails close at S:00 p. in. previous
day.
(o) Registered mails clojc at 6:00 p. m. prcriou3
day.
JOHN A. MKRRITT. Postmaster.
LEGAL NOTICES.
(Filed March fi. 1900, J. K. Y'oung. Clerk.)
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT
OF COLUMBIA. EVVA MAGNUS vs. FRANK
1). MAGNUS. Equity Xo. 21,170.
On motion of the complainant by Charles S.
Wilson, her attorney, it is, this CTH DAY" OF
MARCH, A. D. 1900. ordered that the defendant
eaii- his appearance to be entered herein on or
before; the first rule day occurring forty days after
thus day, otherwise the cause will be proceeded
with as in case of default Provided Hut a copy
of this order shall be published once a week for
three consecutitc weeks in the "Washington Law
Reporter" and The Times. The object of this
piocteding is to procuri- a divorce a vinculo
matnmonii on the ground of desertion.
(Seal.) JOB BARNARD, Justice.
A True Copy: Test:
J. K. YOUNG. Clerk.
Bv U P. WILLIAMS, Assistant Clerk.
iiili7,ll,21
ESTATE ot Israel W. Sibley, deceased. No. S770.
Docket 25, Charles II. Burgees, administrator
of said estate, has, with the approval of the
S.ipreme Court of the District of Columbia, hold
ing a special tcrnj for Orphans' Court business,
appointed .MARCH 27, 1900, AT 10 O'CLOCK A.
M as the time, -and .-aid court room as the place
for passing of claims and making payment and
distribution under the court's direction and con
t.tl; when and where all creditors and persons
entitled to distributive shares cr legacies or a
residue, are notified to attend in person or by
agent or attorney duly authorized, with their
claim against the estate properly vouched: Pro
vided this order be published once in each of three
successive Weeks before said day in the "Wash
ington Law Reporter" and ths Washington Times
Signed March 5, IMO.
Approved:
CIIAS. C. COLE. Justice.
LOUIS A. DENT,
GEO. BURGESS, Attorney.
Register of Wills.
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FOR SALE I1ICYCLES.
FOR SALE Genuine bargains; large assortment
of high-grade bicycles; some only slightly
used; from $5 up. CYCLE EXCHANGE, 740 10th
vv rnh20-3t
BICY'C'LES Xewly remodeled Sterlings, Cleve
lands. Ramblers, Columbhs, and others; $15,
$10 and less; tires, special prices; (quality con
sidered), $1.50, $1.75, $2.25, $2.50; Goodrich and
Hartford $3; bicycle repairing, mechanical over
hauling, $1; enameling. $2; vulcanizing 40c. LA
BOFISH, Bicycle Machinist, 717 9th st. nw.
mJrU-lmo.cm
AND A WINTER
SOJOURN IN
Delightful
California.
EAILIiO.'.DS.
Lmore csz; Onio
RAH.ROAU.
Stl-.!-lle in effect December 21, 11V3.
Leave Washington from station corner ot New
Jersey Avenue and C Street.
For Chicago and No.thwest, Y'wtilmled Limited
trains 10:35 a. m., S:l5 p. in., dally.
For Cincinnati, St. Louis, ami IndianapoM.
BxprrtH, 10:i a in. Y'rstibiilcd Liarfled 3:10 p.
m., express 12:05 nisht, eiaily.
For Pittsburg and ("Jevcand, 10-35 a. m. and
S:30 and 11:55 p. m., daily.
For Columbia. Tolida and Dftroit. 12:"5 night.
For Winchester ami nav stations, dS5 a. ih.
ard 3:'0 ami 5:S p. m.
Fcr Luray. r,:10 p. m. eiaily.
For Baltimore, week days, x2:33. 5:fl0, &-,
x7:03, x7;10, .8-30, 8:35, x0:30, 5l9:0 a. m..
X12.0.3 ii., U-.lj, al:15, 3:W, x:5:3, i:M, 1:33,
x5:05, xo.10. x5::'. xfi:20, 6::M, xS:0. xW:U9
xll:30, xll:35 p. in. Sundars, x2:35, x7:tlo,
x7:lo, K, xU:V a. m., xl2:0C 1 :, 1:15.
x3:C0. 4:3.i, i:06, x5:10, 60, x3:t. xl0:0l,
Jt 11:30, xll I"! p. in.
For Annapolis, 7:10 ami S:23 a. m.. 12:15 aad
b::Vi p. m. Sunday?, S:30 a. ih.. 4 !. p. m.
For Frederick, week days, S:35, W:35 a. in..
:.', o.m p. m. sand);, !: a. m., l:l . m.
For Hagirstown, 10:i a. ra. and 'aiin p. m
For Boyd snd vey pernio, week ifaya, S::t5
a. in., 4:30, 5:30. 7:00 p. m. Suaday;, 'Js0 a. w.,
1:15, 7:03 p. m.
For Gaitherbtirg ami war iiats, week dan,
8:33 a. m., l:!Ht. Z-.ff. i':M. 4:23. 3:3W. 7:Vi,
11.25 p. rn. Sundai 9:00 a. in., 1.15. 4:38, 7:86.
10:13 p. in.
For Washington Junction and war poiaU.
week days, 8:35 a. m., 1:30. 5:39 p. m. Suitebvs,
6:00 a. m., 1:15 p. m.
Itoyii! Dine Line,
All trains illuminated with Pint-ch Beat.
For Baltimore. Pslfedelpnia, New Y'ofk, 1'Orton,
ami' the East, week dav, 7:05 (Diner), S.-
(Buffet), 10:f (Diner) a. ., 12r (Diner).
1:15 (Diner). 3:00 "Royal Limited." Ex
elusively Pullman TraiH. DiniBT Car. 5:05
(Dining Car). SJp. 11:30, tlf-piB5 Cr open al
10:00 o'clock), and 2:33 niht. Sttadav 7:
f:00 a. m., 12:05 noon. 1:15 Dining Caf-. 3:00.
5:'KJ Biting Car. 3:tJ, 11:30 (Sltepirg Car upwi
W:f o'clock), and 2:35 eight.
Parlor 'ar n all dsy train'.
For Atlar.tie City. I0:( a. m., 12:5 noon, and
1:15 and 3:00 p. m. week days. 12:5 noon Saa
da t .
Vo: Caf May, weri dj, 12:03 and 1:15 p. m.
'Except Snwlay. xKxpresj trains.
Baggage called for and cheeked from Iwfelt
and reiid-nces by Union Transfer Co. on orders
Icf at ticket Sice?, 19 lvnnylrania Avenus
X.W'., Xcw Y'cik Avenue and 15th Street, and at
Depot.
F. D. UNDERWOOD, I. B. MARTIN.
l v -s n - m. " i3 Trailie.
ran sale miscellaneous.
FOK SALE WNl'U. hl'RIVG CLEARING SALE1
OF ALL QURE PIANOS AT ONEFOUKTH
AND ONE THIRD REAL ALUE. Antbo.lv can I
afford a t.d piano at t)K-e prices ami on tinse I
(tm. Why no get a piano before Ea;r?i
Irinler. rclmeil i 23. tenn $2 monthlv; FtHh'T, 1
i!ihm! to 9Xi. t.im.. ?3 nt. nthly; Hullet &. Davis, '
reihieed to StO. nrm ft monthly; t:ehh & fj., :
reduced t.. ?li). i.-mis-3 monthly; Light & Bra J- '
lmrt. rehie-l to $H. terms $3 monthly; HaBet X
D-vw, redmid n $45. terms $3 monthly; Halbt
& Cimiton. rrd-ic-ed to 50. terma $3 "monthly:
itaven .v liaitii. ietlue to ?t5,
terms $3 monthlv
! "i"n-li S fuller. re-Uueeel to s.a. term
. "n,V'.' ' '"dsrt. reduced to .-70,
terms $3 montii-
lt ; Kronaeh fc Bae-h. rrdneeel to $75. tcrm SI
monthly; Haines Brv.. le-tluce-d to $as), terms ?4
iiumthlt;- GrttteRMrw .k Fuller, reeiuced. to $S,
terms '54 monthh ; Haines Bre.,. rethiceti to $s.
trrcr $1 monthlj; Ihlseng. reduced to $00. te:m-.
?l iiwtrrthly; Hardman. retHHtil to S6. terms t
monthly; Meinwav. re-dneed to $200, teintj $5
montlilt ; ( hukernss. redieed to fsiO, terms
monthly. F. G. SMITH, 1223 Pa. are.
mh21-tf.em
IF YOU have an old S.xvjnc Maehin? of any
Adehcs- Itox 575. ee. . .
O. G. CUMMIN'G. auctioneer; wiH seii tx Tinr.
day. March 22. W 3. m.. entite stock. Ss
ture'. counter. shnHea..es. desks, cash rexUter.
20 suits ffBitnrp. slow. earpti,.mgs. mattte .e.,
feather IkiW. pillows; lot of new rniiR., spreadf,
blankets, lace curtain, etc 4S, Mtlt st. jtw.
Item
FOR SALE- No. 4 Kotiet camera; cheap. Can be
fore noon. 1717 1 -t," nw. rahI-3t
I
ir refffeeralor. nearly new. anil
FOR SALE. -Dry
stove fixtures. Apply 131 K st. nw.
mh2l3t .
FOR SALE Male therooh!rd coach pupny, 7
im.nths old. Aklrer 181S 7th st. nw., J." W.
IIIGHTOWEK. It
FOR SALE Two white bed, sarins, pillow.,
mat tit-, while btrrean. vashtami. sewine
machine; good s new; extewion oak tah'e. new.
.'" !?
' "
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FOR SALE B1ar.1I new beef ke box, at 1W1 2fith WtSTERN LIMITED, composed of Sleepers, Din-.-t.
nw., apply any time. H2I-3t j i Car., and Dav Coache. Sleepers to ah
I OR MI.t-Lntire stek of furniture, carpet.
etc.. to be ohI at auetion. 422 Kb M. nw., 1
Thursday, Match 22. 10 a. m. mh-l-2t j
,,,IT..ir7 " T , 1
IMITATION typewriter letter pay; the kind we .
"''1 "I1 aic the best; send out 5j0 and yon !
wil1 " onvincel of their effectivenes.; only j
'-''' f'f) P"1''" lsine cards. ?I.5; 501 Sn-
rutrjupta. .i..j. . leeir ae-aiis. ?z.w; we print i
everything. IIAYWOlrTH PUBLISHING HOUSE. J
512 ?th st. nw. u
FOR SALE Safe.-; all sizes; half priee; S10 up.
1313 F st. nw. mh2-3t,enr
FOR SALE White 3nd barred Plymouth Rock
eggs, trom nealtliy, farm-raiseel, prize-win
ning stock; ." matmgs of barred rocks cess. $1.j0 1
for 15; $5 for lot). E. E. PERKINS, Springfi-hl, J
Md.. or 707 G st nw. mli20-7t,en .
I
FOR SALE Piano. $11; fine tone, roiewcod; sacii- '
fice. 921 0th st. nw. mb20-3:.em I
FOR SALE Frame liousc window frame, blind,
sash, complete; doors and jams. Call at S"3
E. Capitol st. mhfO-St
j FOR SALE Paneled glass front book case, with
-.bout - choice lound books; a
library. Address BOX 53S, this office.
ibout 25.1 choice lound books; an excellent
mh20-3t
FOR SALE 100-egg hot air incubator, with full
instructions; latest improved; can be seen
at 75 Myrtle st. mhl0-3t
FOR SALE Pawn ticket for diamond ring in for
$40; ticket cheap. Address BOX 523, this of
fice. mhl9-3t
FERREL'S Patent Wagon Brake, thoroughly test
rd; no noise; neat in appearance; powerful;
quick in action; it has no ceuial; easily ejperated;
locks as well loaded as unloaded; most powerful
brake on the market. HENRY T. RIES, sole
agent for District of Columbia, 633 and C37 X.
Y". ave. mhl7-7t,era
FOR SALE - Mounted buffalo head, decrs, elks,
moose, and othor animals and birds.
SCHMID'S, Tasidcimiit, 712 12th st. nw.
ja2i-tf,em
FOB SALE $0 for hair mattress??, in two part';
lounges, $2.75; $6 cook and heating stoves $3;
parlor and bedroom suites, $1 per week; we are
after furnishing your house, cash or credit. RED
MOND. 311 and 313 7th st. nw. del-tf.cm
FOR SALE Coke; oven coke, better than gas
coke, $2.50 per load; ne. and se.. $.'.75 per
load; northwest and southwest orders booked at
t09 F st. nw.; each with order. de7-tf
FOR SALE Good quality oparwc shades, fitted to
your windows, only 25c; the best quality oil
opaque shades, 50 cents; hung free; will call with
tamplcv. KLEEBLATTS. 11th and 11 sts. ne.
au21-tf
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE 151 Pierce st nw.. 0 rooms; rent
$12; has water and sewer; hallway. $1,500.
533 5th st ne.. 6-room modern brick hou-e;
rented at $15, $2,100.
652 C st ne., S rooms, water ami Iatrobe; lot
20x85, $1,900.
lGth st nc. C-room modern frame nousc, with
stable; lot lSxlOO. $1,500.
JOHN F. DONOHOE & SON.
mh21-3t 30S East Capitol st
FOR SALE SUBURRAA.
FOR SALE At Hyattsville, 5 minutes walk from
eteam and electric cars; cheap commutation
on either; new $-robm house; lot 50x20l; $1,500;
also 5-room house, 1-acre lot finely adapted to
chicken raising; 5'Trfanitss' walk from cars; $1,200;
terms easy; anvcver-Howing artesian mineral well;
also separate wells on each place; a'so lot 50x200;
$150. ROGERS & KDGEBS, HyattsviUc.
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IlAlLItOAXJS.
Pennsylvania
RAILROAD.
KTATIOIT CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STS.
4-.ST A. M. WEEK DAYS, PITT3DURO EX
PRESS Parlor and Dining Cars UarrUburg; to
PRtsbury.
10-50 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED Pull
man Sleeping; Dining. Smokin-, and Ohaerra
tlon Cars Harrtsburg to Chicajo. Cincinnati
Indianarwlis. St Loui. Cleveland, and Told'j
Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisburg.
10:50 A. M. FAST UNE-lulIman Buffet Parlor
Car to H.irlsbBTgr. Buffet Parlor Car Ilarris
wirg to Pittsburg.
3:30 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUW EX
PRESS- Sleepi ig (ar Washington to S. Loans.
and SlrrHBg a ad Dininr Cars IlarrWmfK to
IndfanapolU, St. Lernls, Nashville (via Cincin
nati and Louhrrille), and Chicago.
7:20 P M. WKsrEKN EXPREvs -fuilroan Sleep
ing Car to P;t.sLurg and Cliicago. DmiEZ Car
to Chicago.
",:20 P. S!. SOITHWESTERN ENPKK3S Pull
roan Sleeping Cars Washington to PBbbarg
and Harrisbur? to St. Louis, Cleveland, and
Cincinnati. Dining Ca-
18:40 P. M. PAfHii EXPRESS Pullman Sfeep-
m Itig Car to Pitt-Imrg. t
:-5 A- M. For Kane. Cinandaigua. BoelMter.
and Niagara FaHs. daily, except Sunday.
10:.) A. M.--For Elmira and Renoro daily, ex
otpt Sunday. For Williamaport daOy, 3-30 P.
7-2p P. M.-For WmUrrjport. Rachester. Brie.
Buffalo, and Niagara FatN dailr. exeept Sat
urday, with Sleeping Car Washington to Roch
ester. 10:40 P. M. For Erie. Canandalgua. Roehaster,
Buffalo, and Niagara Falls dally. Ptrff-nwn
Sleeplnc Car Washington to Rochester Satur
days only.
For l'hllatleZiiltln, A'evr York, aud the
En st.
1:00 P. U. "CONGRESSIONAL LnilTED."
daily, all Parlor Car, with Dining Car from
Baltimore. Regular at 7:00 (Dining Car). 7.10.
7.SS. 8.13. 9.00, 10.00 (Dining Car), and 11.00
(Dining Car from Wilmington) A M., 12.4.
3.15. 5.00 (Dining Car frcm Baltimore). 9.3.
10:00, and 11:50 P. M. On Sunday. 7:0) (Dinina;
Car;. 7.20, 8.15, 9.00, 11.60 (Dining Car fnwi
Wilmington) A. 1L. 12.15. 3.15. 5.09 (Itln
Car from Baltimore), 6:50, 19:00. and J 1:98 P.
If. For Philadelphia onlr. ExprrM, 12.15 P. M.
week-days, 2.01. and 5.40 P. II. eiaily.
For Boston, without change, 7.55 A. 1L week
days and 5.00 P. M. daily.
For Baltimore, 6.20. 7.f. 7.20. 7.55, 8.15, 9M.
10.00, 10.50. 1L00 A. M.. 12.15. 1145. 13JW.
.81. 3.15. 3.3. 4.08. (Limited). 4.S0, 4.31, 5.00.
5.40. 8.15. C.50. 7.20, 10.80. 10.40. 11.38. and
11.60 P. M. On Sunday, 7.IW. 7.28, g.15. 0.89,
9.85, 10.50, 11.00 A. M., 12.15. 1.15, 2.81. 3.1S.
3.38, 4.00. (Limited). 4.?, 5.00, 5.40, 8.15, 6.30,
7.20. 10.00. 10.40. and 11 50 P. M.
For Pope's Creek Line. 7:55 A. JI. and 4 -SI P. 1L
week days.
For Annapolis. 7:00 and 9:00 A. M.. 18:16 and
5:48 P. M. week daya. Sundays, :88 A. If.
and 4:20 P. M.
For Old Po.nt Comfort, ti Dosweli and Chesa
peake and Ohio Railway, 11:45 A. M. teeelc
day, with through Pullman BHffet Parlor Car.
"Florida Speclsi" for Jacksonville and St. AugB
tine. 6:20 P. M. week days. Express for Flori
da and points on Atlantic Coast Line. 4:38 A.
M., 3:t,7 P. M. daily; Richmond only, 11:13 A.
JI. week days; Atlanta Special, via Richmond
and Seaboard Air Line. 5:00 P. M. daily. Ac
commodation for Quantico, 7:45 A. M. dally
and 4:23 P. If. week days.
Seashore Connections.
For Atlantic City (ria Delaware River Bridge, all
rail route). 12:45 P. M. week days (tfeMMgh
Pullman Buffet Parlor Car), 3:15 (4:00 "Con
gressional Limited"), and 11:30 P. JL daily.
Via Market Street Wharf. 18:88 and 11:03 A. M.,
12:45 P. M. week days. 11:50 P. M. daily.
For Cape May, 11.00 A it week daya, 11.50 P. M.
daily.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth asd O Streets.
and at the statim. Sixth and B Streets, whrra
orders can be left for the checking of hagga;i
to destination from hotels and residence.
Telephone call "ltll" for Penhslvania I".a
road Cab Servli-.
3. B. HUTCHINSON", J. It. WOOD.
General Maiagfr. Central Passeagcr Aieat.
Southern Ry.
Sihedule in effect January M, ItttO.
All trains arrive and Uave trvm I'enc-i i vaaia
Passenger Station.
S:01 a. m. - Dat.;. -Local Ut Danville. CT.ar!o,tf,
and way raeiom. ( onneets at Manaatwi fcr 3rait
Ixirg and HariisiiEhurg daily, and Staamtca ana
dav?, and at Lynchburg with the NvrioBt aawi
Western daily, and with C. A O. R. K. far (4tnKal
Bridge dully, aed Lraisgton ? eiaj.s.
11:13 a. m.-Dilv-THK UNITBD STiYTat?
FAST MAIL. S"eep:ac Vara to JaeteoawBlr aanl
Miami. unitiKg at Slwtvur with iitninai tor
AshiTtlle and He : Spisrg. N.C. ; Xacsvilte. (Ekmt
taaoora. acd Jkatphii'. Taar... and at Uhaaiot-o
I with S!erp.r for Augusta. C ..ruK-.ti o f'ahiiTiii
with t-Teeper fi.r Chariret'ta. s-Jcepira; t"a t
I New Orleans, nc.it.ag al thar'.otte h Sfwjft r
,nt( WaiaTcir nZ
j a"J ,' I? ' .
li.V ! . 4L'B-aij uw mi irm yJaaaaT,-nai ,'1W8
4:01 p. ra.-I.ocal tor Float Soya, gt: nilgai a:
and Harriconbcrg daily, cx.-epe Snadrj.
4:38 p. ra, Laily- Ix-al for ChartKcMriBr.
8:35 p. m. Week day XRH" YOKn? .VN
FLORIDA LIMITED. Fisent Irain in the taotfcfc
Drawintr-rnom, Ijbra.y. StjUr-jona, and Otnvr
varion sleeping tar n it. Ananstine. ida JaraV
sonvslle: also Drat. ing-r m seeami Caw fa
Aiken and Aosxvta. lining Car Srohr?.
8:50 p. m. Dailt-NEW YORK ASI KUmiPA
EXPKhSS. Sk-eping ( r to Peit Tjaa. teat
Savannoh and Jaeksonv',!. r.Hiiiertin- with Ihtrm-
mar-recm sleeping I r tr r st. Angtcsttme aaM
Miami. Sleepwtj Car to Augnca. v C
tenth connection fur AiMen and
Tpttoegk coach to Jacksonville. Dining til Sr
viee.
:50 p. m.-DailT-WASHINUTOX AND CH.T
TANOOGA LIMITED. VI LYNCHBURG. Sew
inie Car to Memph'3 and New OrkMa. Uiiainit
Ikitol. Parltr and Observation Cr hetwei Kh8
fnrd. Va.. and Attallia. Ala
Dimns! Car Seivtee.
M):43 o. rn.-DaiIv W ASliINGTfN AND SOUTH.
ville. Tenn.. via Ysheville. haoxvilre. anel CfcaJ-
tsm0:: M.mp..i. vin Birminsham; New Orleons.
via At:,Rta awi Montgnmerv. Conneat at HS
T.oh,t :.. C. leavirc Washington dally, except
Saturday, for Pinehurst. N. C. Ohsen-atios Car
ii-,. r:, . ,i. Atlanta. Extra Drawhur-
room steeper to New Orleans every Tuesday and
Saturday connect: there with "Sunset Limited"
for t Francisco. Veetibole Dav Coaeh to Al-
ianta. 3iniag Car Servic. Snset rersonawy
inducted TowrUts Exeursion Sleeper on thai
t.aia everr iiondje, Wednesday, and Friday to
San Francisco with-mt change.
TRAINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO DIVI
SION leave Washington 9:81 a. m. dally and 4:'5
p. m. week dais, and 8:25 p. m. Sundays only
for Round Hill:" 4:35 p. m. week days, 11:20 p. m.
WYdnevdavs and Saturdays, and 8:25 B. m. Sattt-
days for Lcesburg; 6:25 p. m. doily for Herndon.
Beturning. arrive at Washington S:2i a. m. and
:45 p. m. week days and S:40 p. ra. Sundays anlf
from Round Hill;" 7:Cd a m. week days from
Herndon; 8:34 a. m. week days. 7:32 p. ra. Wed-
cesdujs and Saturdays, and 7:06 a. m. Mondays
from I.eelmrg.
Through train from the South arrive at Waf
I ington 6:42 a. m.. 7:35 a. m.. 2:fc p. m.. and 3W9
p. m. daily, and 10:15 a. m. daily except Mon
day; Harrisonburg. 12 noon wek days and Jh40
.. . .lollv or frnnt fWilnttcuvflti- S--J 3. ra.
iLi g.ia n m dailv
Tickets, sleemne car reservatieri?. and other Jn
formation furnished, and baggage eaMed for ami
checked from hotels and residences by Untatt
Transfer Company, on orders left at ticket of.
flee, 705 Fifteenth st. cw.. 511 Pennsylvania ar.
nw.. am) at Pennsylvania Pa.enger Station.
Telephone call 1411 for Pennsylvania RaHroad
Cab service.
FRANK S. GANNON. 3d V. Tres. and Gen. Mut
J. If. CULP. Traffic Manager.
W. A. TURK. General Pa.snger Agent
L. S. BROWN. General Agent.
STEAMBOATS.
fforfoli & Washington
Steamboat Co.
Every day in the year for Norfolk. Nj-
port New, and all points South, by te
superb, powerful steel palace sleiMnets
"Newport New," "Norfolk," and "Wash-
irgton," on the following schedule:
Lv, Washmgton.6.30 pm ' Lv. Portsmomh.3.88 pm
Lv. Alexandria..?.) pm Lv. Norfolk 3.4 pm
Ar. Ft. Monroe.7.00 am Lv. Ft. Munree..f.!S pm
Ar. Norfolk 8.00 am Ar. Alexandria.. 6.38 am
Ar. Portsmouth.S.15araj Ar. Wshingt8n..7.00 am
Tickets on sale at S17 Penn. ave.. B, and
O. ticket offlte, 19 Penn. ave.. and eorner
15th st. and X. Y. ave., C. & O. tiehet of-
flees, at 513 Penn. ave.. and 688 Hth at;
S. A. L. ticket offlce. 1431 X. Y. ave., and
on board steamers.
42TFor further information apply at gan-
eral offices. 7th st what I, Wash. D. (..
'Phone. 750.
no2S-tt JOHN CALLAHAN. General Mamgai
OCEAN STKA31S1III-S.
aOTEEICAN LINE.
FAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
NET7 YORK SOUTHAMPTON LONDON.
CALLING. YVEST-COUXD. AT CHERBOURG.
Sallirg Wednesday at 10 a. m.
KED STAR LUTE.
NEW YORK ANTWERP PARIS.
Every Wednesday at 12 noon.
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY-
Piers It and 15, N R. Offlce. 73 Broadway. K. T.
Philadtlptia Office. 305-307 Walnut St
WASHINGTON OFFICE-13M F ST. N. W..
Or W. G. MOSS, Agent, at Sanders & Stayraaa'a,
1327 F St. nw.

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