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THE EVENING TIMES. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, APEIL 17. 1900.
HEM WAXTEP-FE31AIX pirls for hotels, tea?- BLRG1.SS HOTEL AGENCY. 608 lOtli st. ; XANTEI Young whored woman to take chatgc and run a lunchroom and ice cmw paih. i?x 27-. this office. . t .em XVANTED At once a pood taitorar. t work on skirt. 15S7 Hth sL mf. lt.cm XVANTKD Good white general how-ewockpr; stay at nisht; good wagp-. to mttaWe parti. 1741 Itiggs Place. Item WANTim-Settled wwHe girl far general house work; good ptv; perMtKit. Knotti IS JVarder BHig.. Ptii and K 4s. Item X'ANTlil CUanHM-rmalds. dfwnets, waltrfln-c., pastrv cook. ami vogrtuWo cooks today. DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY, Gil 7th a. iw. a pl 7-1 tern . ' AVANTIiisCXdored cirl Renew! !wwrt; small f amity; wt; $; ref. ! T t- w. lt.em j WANTED Several ftrt-cl dressmaker.. Apply mi it ft.w. u.em XX'ANTED A Kiel to go to CmM.-ticut; !4 ir month; way paid f i t-c. Iw.ee 1635 11th st. nw. " lt,em X'ANTF0 Settled colore w.n to cook. wadi, and irn. Chtl niter 7 p. n, 43 1. t. nw. .t.em XVANTED XVTttu- a f st. m. girl for geeteral housework. Item WANTED A yiHe woman for k and hwe wnrk and to hoi.! with fMM; small family; ref. Call lwt 6 and 7 p. ... 18H loth M. ne. lt,lH WCXTKD I'or ilihwtn tmi Atbirtir fit.'. cixtrl KtHtowirlv4f; hall atrtl itKUe kelp. SHrtClfhHHO.'tD'S. W K M. nw. U WANTED IS wt- far out town rett; -fare jW. HASILMIIXT, H 12th st, nw. It M"ANTKD A potered wotai fr ctMimi hoM wWlc; wfweitets ltwL Hi II t. . a17-4tt WANTED ObIot! Rid lor Kwral lwworV; srtail faMily ; im tay night. 701 :2th .4. n It WANTED A cid to wdc with a Uilor. Apply IWt 4fe tt. w. U WANTED 1"m--oU w.wtalxur a4 tfcirt ha4s. U l'OEU. a ISth 84. It 'AVANTBfl A rfH lor horewk; trnt be a chh! ktmrwg. VW II st. nw. it WANTED DrawwAer' appraiHcc. 1221 11th tt. mv. li "WANTE1 Waift triwMers ami helpers. AH'y ISig K at. w. U WANTED White wHre mmk ta4otid. IIOTHL DELVKIMJKI 34 ami P. avc. nw. It lWANTrID-Chamhrmai4, coiiH)iioti, row, cA;. wattr, an4 term mmiaccr and it. DENEEIT SOCIKTY. 6I E U. aw. It V ANTED Youtur woman to work in illutiun ail traxl ith rtir Atom; no spiecc eci WV. AiMrm DON w. this ottkr. It "WAXTEW A cod woman cook, colored, for a )irtiai boitrdiRKhawe, Ajiply 1121 15th fct. w. lt WANTED-Ctd for rewewl l.ouwork at m C. t. nw.j TefereBcee. It 'WANTBD-Twn fkst-das skirt ha4.. E. HOHGAXS, S6 K it. w. lt WANTED Experience wafeS sfcfct hand for jtrwMtnwiiw; ate goA ajipt entice. 11W lh aA. aw. apl7-!t VANTKD-A coM:; ote willMK to atefet with Mtt Iwnsework. Aady, with wferenow;. 1721 1'a. are, lwv. apl7-2t tWAXVEI Three colored chatntwrtnaidi, and wait trews, $15. $14. Sit; ts tbrvc cook fMMentl hoKeworkers; private families. LADIEa' UYCilANXJE. SI 4 18th st. It 3VUVXTJ5D Three ?nls. fiain osok. chambermaid, ether wtannes; rood bauie and sod ?. Ewqairt 16S 11th n. nw. It 'WAXTED-A ?ood cook with hoardtBg-house ex perieMce. Apply at unor, Sl V st. aw. It WANTHU Eswrieoed hand; abo espericnot-d lHttHhoh: workers or reets. 125 9ili et. nw. Hf" WiVNTBD A cook'cj place. CaU 171 20th el. w., or geHa4 faoagBworte. It "W'AXTHD Apprentic for dtwanakiut;; one Jaiows awmt sewta? jreferred. AptJy 1303 UC st. w. It AVAXTJD A jxliabk- colored woman to cook, waA. cd iron. Apply at IWO It. arc. apK-St.em lV.VXrUD-(.'irl tor general hewework. 1229 I- -. facaaer are, twr. apift-St.em WAXTiaj Esperieacrd girl a eaetoMcoats. S lF -tt. w. pi-St iWANTiai-Bfifht, neat ywnp lady to asist as fatedady in ladiw tailoring ab!ialnaent. (SOHWAKTX, 113a Comi. ave. apl-3t -? WAXTED Five girls l-twsi IS sad 25 years M; big hk-.wj: no lahor; $S to $S per day. 2CATJOXAL ADYKKTlsSNU ACEXCY. ftootn 1. OeMtral Hide. 9th and P.. avc. nw. ai154t "VVAXTiriJ Keepectable nhitc wottum for Ifcfct woH;. SI7 12th st. nw. apl5-3t WAXTliD Twelve .rood workers; can earn f a -day c.v. .DOOM 8. 60! F et. nw. apll-7t 1IEI.I WANTED 3IAI.E t FE3IAI.E "WAXTED- A Rirl for tailoring; a1o boy; imit lie good prefer. 331 E a. nw. It ,rm 'WANTED- A yowiar lady and a yoaut; Maof i;ood addre. with cncixv and uh; gtni (ly lo twht itarty. THE WASHINGTON IAP- aTAL, 133t r fet. it WAXTED At occ. eteeo -anher and tvpem-riter. 3:OtM ti, 72 I. ave. ' it WAXTED Five Rood colored families that are willitur to have tlte tity and f.a wheie w rati make a rood living, (all at 2129 Va. ave. WW., between e aid 10 and 3 and 6 o'clock. XpiC-tt.etn "WANTED Kii(las butliri. white driv-; lady- caer and Ixxikkitix-i ; not doable ttrv. Box Mi, 1'iM mtx. apie-St.t-w SITUATION'S WAXTED 3IAE. 'WANTED Porition by young man, aged 25 yea re. can jrve IwhkI and btrt of n-t. as to "char acter mwl lmnies pmh'ien: have had experience it) ioliowinc lines: tfhier, clerk, aatotnoldie wmIc seven years in electrical lice, and manager oi several tchirfiutic exchange. Box 278. this Mot. "p!7 t,ctn YOFXG man recently hooWwe per and hcadclerk in real estate otiice. det-ireg Mtoation; refs.; wa aerate walary. Bi g71, thi-. oaicc. apl7-2t.em WANTED By iiintr ' and ceimrinhamV. emp1ojit; Itandy at avth4: references Addrehri BOX tftl. thfc o4k. . ai17-2t WANTED- He-pectaMc colored loy wants work in tailor More; reference. "lUW Half Kt. Court nw. It WANTED By a man, a plac to work in store or drive oi work of any kind. CaU or write, 0. A. T., -J$4 .Washington st. nw. It 'WANTED By r&spectalde ' jowt colored man, Iaee as ftrrt-daw cootx or any kind of work. aW 2 Pierce rt. im-. room 2. it WANTED By oue man of lHi-ino. exjierienee. ititiot); well actpiaintcd hi the city and with cwu nefr. ; will work foi small salarv. Address Box 24, thin office. SITUATION'S WAXTED FE3IALE. WANTED Bv whrvd woman, w-hine, to do at honte or out. YIHGINIA Wllin:, 1214 4th ly- lt.em WANTIM)-Kj- rcNctahh cored iri a place to tHt in hoMM-ork. fll or addr 741 Del. uve. w. it, em WAXT13D My rejhle colored gW, .,Uee as tone r helpi-c arowad Ihmm. Call or ad- bwaJ2, L . fw. itelM WAXTIJDBy ltrtair "cTied wonan71SSce M cook; o wrfwR. HCI Wth -t. w. 3t(m WAXTfil) y w Hpvrtahle white wo an. itce 11 (Ittmal l'-iork r rleaniiij. Hts 7th t. ''" lt.ew WAX7ra-H Ur wMu- ak and lanndr. Jioaition aa gcnet-l uouM-norkor . Addre 1K)X m, tte otce. n WAXTHD-By Iwlwh il. place to wait in Nre or eddee woV; jfod reference. Ad-- IWK 3B. thia okk-. it 'WAXTED-Br reUahlc colonil woman. lanndrT wot at home out, or any kind of dav's ork. SIC G . sw. it a J WANTEI-Iy rcapeetahtc colored woman, with a fortccM-rH--oM boy, a plac to cook; twenty ys estei4n; rdrrt . fail c- ad- iT". 1 (,'nander rt. tt. apl7"-8t WAXTKD-Wndrina; to do llww , J,v tl- day. HATTIE BFKKF.. t Jachon M. i. it AVANTED- By a lady. cmpluiiMentv te uTlight HnrewrK or as companion. S. thh; office. WANTED By respectable white wurmh, place as firsit-cJafcn cook; no wasWiig or housework. Address BOX 23S. this otliec. It WANTED Laundry work to do Iwmc or out, by oolered wonwn. 1109 lth t. mv. apir(-2t.rm WANTED Br girl very fond of children, a place as nutee in refined faiinh. Apply, in he store, 1000 Conn. ave. nw. aplO-it HEM WASTED- MA".!. WANTED A first-dies blacksmith and horse timer. 211 11th tt. nw. Item WANTED- Colored dishwasher at once. DICK'S HOTEL AGENCX", C13 7tht lt.cm WANTED Young man that has some experience of wall iraper business as clerk. F. G. Xi-LTE,S10 Sitli tt; apl7-3t,cm XVANTTID Young man from 15 to21 years of age. 1700 C! t. nw. It.rm WANTEliCompositors. ADVEItTISER CO.. 030 G kt. nw. ".em WANTED A boy at 1110th st. nw. lt.em XVANTED Young colored man, with experience, to attend to one driving horse. Apply at once. 217 12th tt. s,w. lt.cm XVANTED Young German, or white boy, to leani the baker's trade; ?'5 week, room and hoard. DICK'S JIOTEL AGENCX'-. 013 7th tt. lt.em XVANTED-Rov.-with experience, for soda foun tain; $2.50 per week and board; must be well iccomincndrd and an iarly ri-cr; no Sunday work.. Box 274, this office. jpl7-2t,cm i WANTKD-fen coat hands, two bushclmcn, im- tiKMlsately. GEO. T. KEEN, 1310 F tt. apl7-8t.eiii WANTED Two dishwashers at once. PREPS- LEU'S, 02fi E s-L nw. It WANTED -Store, office, and Government clerks desiring to add $2." to flO to their income monthlv to tall. KltEHE'S, 510 Sth .-t. nw. It WANTEJ-Clcrks, bookkeepers, office men, driv ers, collectors, Wiiiter; all kinds positions fiw-dilj secured; InvcstlRSte. HALL, 702 13th st. lt WANTED Coloied barber; guarantee to young, reliable man. 20014 7th t. mv. It WANTED Experienced barroom porter and wait .er. f5 per week and tip. Apply HAsJ-dENT, 515 12th s-t. nw. It WANTED A brifilit man of cood addrfhS and IWI talktT for city work anions; business am; big jay to the licht man; pernunont. Aiiii-i o. aa, this otliec. apliii WANTED-Experieneed farm hand. EDWAItD J. WOOD. JHadciifcliurp. Md. U WANTED-Cook, three dishwaihers. three waiters, two vouni; men' from country', hoibc bojv. drivers. SllACKl.EKOHD'S. UQS E tt. nw. lt WANTED Experienced man to drive baker's wapon; todv cuvpUnnK'iit; Kuarantee. Call S12 t!i -t. nw. " ap!7-2t WAXTED Colored cook, diirir. ami applicatiom oi file for summer :eoits. BENEFIT SO (TETY. f.l E t. nw. It WANTED KoKttercd drug clerk, -tldrcv. with referencta and ilaiv expecttd, DUX 25ti, thio ce. " ap!7-3t WANTL'D Aif active youns man. HOTEL UEL YEDEItE, Sd and Pa. ave. nw. It WANTED Shop bay; one who ii a Rood -hoe jtoHther. Apply 1715i 7th ft. nw. It WANTED- lUkcr, contemplate .starlint: a small Iwkery and would like interview with reliable bread and cake baker. ' 200 Fifth .-t. e. It WANTED Shoemaker on it'iwirin?. 181 J Seventh st. nw. ap!7-3t WANTED hite lrber. 700 7th St. nw.; Cf)c on ?L lt WANTED Man waiter ami lay to attend to hore ai:d drive. Erijniie 1CSS 11th at. nw. It WANTED A Rood white larber at once. CEO. MILLEIt. jifj 7th t,t. nw. It WANTED-A Wheel wricht. FLYN'N" UI.Ol'ST. 51 11th M. sw. It AVANTED Yewnp white man to drive ice waeon. 1S5 12th t. lie. apl6-.St.em WANTED His money. $8 to 6 per day; no laW, ml mre inom'v; Covemment cletk prtferred; all work after hours. NATIOXAL ADYEKT1S1NT. AGEXCY, Koom 10, Central Did?., Sth and Pa. vt- apl5-3t WANTED KI;ht younc men with push ami fn orcy to work from a uairen dclivrrine and -llin: Rood; salary, fW jer week. I). M. EEC AN', f'il 7th 4t. nw., ICoom 5, S to 0 a. in. daily. i15-3t WAXTED Mov with liicvfle. for messenger scrv- ice. Appfv 1401 F It., JlCTOL DISTItlCT MESSEXCElt COMPANY. apll-Tt.cm WAXTED Experienced crocery clerks to take orders for out-ide trade; liberal falarv. At JOHNSTON'S. 720 7th st. ap5tf WANTED Good Eolicitors for ir.dutrial Inur snee, rick, accident, and death benefits; a heme institution; incorporated 16S7; a gocd chance for tccrgetic man to make money. Ap ply to the old reliable CAPITAL CITY BENE. FIT SOCIETY. S La. ave. mh2 3mo VA XTED-AC ESTS. ANTED Ixiral and Jiawlin agents lo take orders and deliver Buckeye Vapor Bath t'abioetj; tliosc caaMe of carninir from iJ to' 5159 per month preferred; this cabinet has lecn urjr'ly advertied; it merits ale well under M'ntd lj the jtblic. and endorsed' by all Ieadim plii(iaiui; we futnt-h printed matter free; start oa riglit and pav liberal cun;mUious. MOI.LEN KOl'P A' McCKEEHY, 2J7 Dorr tt., Tolwlj, O. .17.l!t.21 AVAXTED IIOL'SES. WANTF.D II.itie of not hs tlian five room?; rent not to exiod S17; nw or sw. AddIes Box ?;5. this oflii-e apl6-3l.em ; W ANTED -Brick hou.-e. at leaM five room., bath and yard; ic-iKXtadlc lo-alit ; 'mall familv ; no little childnn; rent not over 22 ' I; t'apitol Hill or nw. Addrc. BOX 24. tliis ce. ai.l6-3 WAXTED- niCYCI.ES. WANTED Before fllinir vonr ser-ond-haml bi ! et or cash oiler. CYCLE EXCHANGE, 740 Pith t. nw. apl5-3t WANTED IIOAltDERS. WANTED-A t' Imaiders at White Oak.-, Lans- don. D. ( .: rhade. tennis court. Address MKS. V. A. MAltCil. Pathfinder, D. t'. apl6-3t WANTED HOAKD. A joune Aivrn. an ccntlcman. would like board with rcfimd Mcxn-an cr South American fam ily; lca' fbic teims. AddrecS Box 253, this ottk-e aplG-3t,cm WAXTED- ROOMS. WANTED-Two or three furnUhrd room.; a. m. i.; for 1. h. k.; nc. or nw. preferred. Address BOX 21S. this office. apl7-3t WANTED By man and wife, three unfuriiMicd looms on second lloor; Cpitol Hill preferred; state pi ice. Aihlrcs- W.. 19S:! 13th St. apl7-3i WANTED -By couple, two or three unfurni.-hed ro.w: l.i h. k., on second Huor; tntit be fa'-onable; reftreiicee; by 30th. P. O. BOX 14, tity. apl7-3t WAXTED By two ladies, two rcoms for 1. h. k. ; rent not to exceed 12. MIta. iiOKI.KK, 20 1 t. nw. apl5-5t "WAXTED STOKES. WANTED Store with bake oven; in s;ood lo cation. AddrtK 117 sVjuth St. AsJph st., Alexandria, a. apl7-3t WAXTED-1 ()l XTKY IKIAIID. W ANTED -( ountry loard for pcntlcman and wife; give partimlars. Address BOX 2C2, this -office. It WAXTED 3IISC-I.I,XEOt;s. WANTED Good siv-hole range; cheap; state price. Box 2SI. thi? office. It, em WANTED Ic-e cream freezers and packer.-. Ad-dres- Box 2S5. lid office. apl7-3t,em WANTED Old sold and -ilver of all descrip tions at the highest ca.'h prices; repairing of watches and jewelry; Inst workmaiuhip. LOUIS ABItAHAMS. ear.) 7th t., opiositc Patent Office. apl6-lmo,cm WANTED-nrarcoal waiter filters to repack; will call for and delivxr the sane; specialty of llcnham Biter. II. M. KIXGSI.EY, 817 D st. mv. aplC-lm.ein WANTED-To Ihiv, first-clate Xational cash teetstcr; good as nejv; drop jiojJal. S)0 11th st. mr. aplo WANTED To exchange, a pood horse which is too lai e for our lmsintys, for a iinalkr sir.c bor?o; Hmst be sound ami irentlc. C rFlf. ACII, 7 fc 11 ap-l WAXTED-A pas cooking 23W, this office. stove. Address BOX apl3-3t WANTED-5,000 live bait. HOUSE, 513 11th st. nw. IM1ILA. OYSTER apl3-3t OLD STAMPS Highest prices paid for old stamps, all kinds, used or unused, departments and proofs; also foreign; no common 2c. J. SI. B ARTELS. 725 11th A. nw. mU31-tl WANTED Highest cash .prices paid for ladies' and gent cast-off clothing; drop postal, I'll call. B. TABSHES. 1303 7th st. nw. mh27-lmj WAXTED For highest cash prices, metals, iron, rubber, paper stock, machinery, tools, etc. II. BEUN'HElilER, OJC-D2S C L nw., 'phone 2275. jl21-tf HIGHEST price paid for iccond-band bicyclca; also taken en storage. 424 Bth su nw. oc2fi-tf.em STORAGE. STOll GE. 75 cents per load. UNITED STATES blOitAGE CO., 420 10th St. ltv. apl0-3t j FOR REXT ROOMS. FOB HENTUfTt stTnw!, nicely-fur. first floor roomn, or partlv fur; 1. li. k. permitted; sincly or together. " apl7-3t.em FOB KENT 1107 New Hampshire ave., second lloor, furnished or uniurnisiiea; icnns reau able. ap!7-3t FOB BENT One furnished joom, .with board; suitable for two fjentlmieii or two ladies in office; delightful tummcr house; large porch. lt3. Corcoran st. apli-3l FOB BEXT-Fiirnished. second' story latk aml third storv front, large. liRht, airy rooms, hot ami cold 'water, bath, gas aLo two unfur nished basement room; nice for light housekeep ing; all reasonable. Call 72S 10th st. nw. It FOB BENT Furnished back room; second floor; $1.50. 207 G st. nw. api.-Jl FOB BENT-Two communicating second floor front rcom.5. 11(0 7th st. nw. apl7-3t FOB BENT Xice front rooms, with or without board. Call at 018 (J St. nw. aplC-Ct.tm Ft BN'ISHED rooms, withor without board. HIS X. Y. ave. aplli-3t,cin rrKKNT-Second-tonnM)infunTwJtl private bath; $15 month. 41 C St. nw. apl0-,3t.cm FOB BENT Hinibhed rooms, ?1 and $1.60 per week. 11 E st. nw. apl0-3t FOB BENT 121 D st. lie.. 3d floor, 3 rooms, small kitchen; heat, gas, bath on 2d floor; $12.50. apl5-3t FOB BENT-Furnishttl rooms; $1 and ?S; gentle men. 022 E st. nw. ap!5-3t FOB BENT Fiirniihed rooms, $1 to $2 per week. 17 E st. nw. apl5-3t FOB KENT 1015 I3th st. nw., three or four fur nished rooms for light housekeeping; refer ences exchanged. ap!5-3t FOB KENT Nicely furnished rooms. 1107 10th St. nw. ap!5-3t FOR KENT Entire floor, four rooms, with or without bacmcnt. 1125 4th st. nw. apl5-3t FOR RENT Two or three furnished or unfur- niglicd rooiiM. 1SU 0th st. nw. ap!5-3t FOR KENT lo large rooms, with water, tjs, and heal, for light hou.ckecpiiig; abo bath. 1330 0th j-t. nw. apl5-3t FOB BENT Front loom; bath, gas; 1.25 per week. 313 M st. nw. aplu-3t FOR RENT Large, newly furnUhed second floor front room, with lwth; tuitable for two young imn, ?12 per month; place for wheel. 1111 5th st. nw. ap!5-3t FOR RENT-43i II st. nw.. two nicely furnish cd rooms, light hou.-ekeeping. ap!5-3t FOR iTiTNTUnfuniifhed or partly furnintied. third floor room; southern exposure; $3 per month. 1122 Corcoran tt. ap!5-3t FOR RENT Large room;.lSxl0 feet; good storage room; suitable for most any kind of business. Apply at 411 0th st. nw. apl2-tf,em TOR RENT UXFUUXISIIER ROOSIS. ' TWO very laigc iilifnniL-licI rinn on 3d floor; $5. 70ii 4th st. ne. apl7-3t.em FOBRENT One or two unfur. room.-. 10 5th t. se. apl7-3t,em FOR RENT -I.arge unfur. front nxun; suitable for light hoivekeeping. 201 I) st. nw. apl7-3t,em FOR KENT-Tliree unfur. iooiik; ligiit hou-e- keeiiing; bath; gas fur Eghth; relueed from $15 to $10. S F t. nw. ' apl7-3t.cm THREE blight rooms, entire 2d-tloor, with heat, gas and ltath; in family of three; cheap to right parties. 1431 N. J. ave. nw. apl7-3t,em FOR RENT Two second floor room; unfurnish ed; light liou-ekecping. H31 I. st. nw. ap!6-3t FOR BENT Unfurnished flat, three large rooms; second floor; liousekceping; only $1S. 332 C St. nw. apl0-3t 1XIR RENT l'nfurniled front room, with gas; cheap. 215 (5 ft. ne. apl5-3t FOR RENT To adults, three. pr.fl, unfurnish ed second floor rooms, light housekeeping; reference-.. Ill C st. lie ap!5-3t FOR RENT Xi-e unfumislied sujte of rooms for light housekeeping. 1223 10th St. nw. apl5-3t FOR RENT Unfurnished, three communicating srond story roon; firet-claws; reaaiiahle. 1321 S st. nw. apl5-3t FOR RENT FLATS. FOR RENT Flat of 3 bright rooms on 2d floor; water ar.d sink; ref.; price, $7.50. 02 11 st. ne. ap!5-3t FOB RENT li .ur-room lljt; all modern: steam heat; rout hern t.io.-uic; .722.50. 30j M at. nw. apl3-3t TOR BENT Flats; 3122 14th st. nw., C roonu; a. ai. 1.; perfect condition; only $20. W. P. METCAI.F. 1305 F st. nw. mh27-tf FOR RENT COUNTRY", FOR RENT- Cheap, a furniched cottage at W'a.-u- ington Glove. Md:';"?p"(iudtd-nater, pure ar. Apply 515 L st. nw. apl3-3t- R003IS AXD HOARD. XEWLY-FUR. rooms; xIIent table; near Capi tol, Library, and ("en--us Olhce; rca-onable price ;". 210 Ut st. ne. spl7-3t.em FOR BENT-MI. K t. nw. with board, lacinc park. neatly fur. rooms apl7-3t.em FOR RENT- seci.nd-sory front room; suitable for two with board, $30. 1700 F st. nw. 9pl7-t.em FOI! BENT -Two rooms, vith or without bnaul. 006 3d st. nw. apl7-3t A FURNISHED loom; suitable for two gentle imn; liath adjoining; with or without board; near War Deiiartment. Applv 1721 Pa. ave. nw. apl7-3t WANTED Room ami lioanl. by a middle-aged gentleman, within short distance of Navy Department. Address stating term-, and full inrticulars, BOX 260, this office. It ROOM and fine board; two, $3.25 week; single, $4 1402 0th st. nw. apir,-3t,nn ROOM and lKard at the Gerard; $23 per month. Jt'3 Mo. ave. nw. apl-7t.em WANTED Two boarders, nicely furnished room; good beard; heat, gas, bath; $3.30 per wetk etch. 2037 11 st. nw. aplti-..t FOR RENT-Nicely furnished front and back looms, with board. 721 E. Capitol st. apl3-3t FURNISHED rooms with board, in good locality; Yirginra cooking; terms reasonable. Applv 1023 $th st. nw. ap!3-3i " I.OST. LOST April 17. on II -t., between 14th and 17th, or on 14th, bi. H and I or on 1 t. bet. 14tii and 10th, siher bag; M. .1. Taliaferro cngravid on inside of frame: reward. Rctiini RICHMOND HO TEL, corner 17th and II sts. lt.em LOST On Puma. ave.. $17. Liberal reward if returned to REV. J. P. CAREY, 2d and C sts. se. apl7-3t LOST Indies' open faced gold watch, in White Lot, April 10; monogram K. II. on back; picked up by colored girl about 11 vcars old. Re turn to WASH. COLLEGE, 3d and T ne.. and receive reward. a17-3t LOST Gold cameo ring, on F St., between oTii and 10th nw. Reward if returned to II C. CHANDLEE, WKS F st. it STRAYED From 143 C st. ne., fox terrier, white with black spot on right side, black head, answer name of Jack; no tag or collar; suitable reward. it LOST April 13. 1900, pair of gold-rimmed eye glasses in leather case, card attaclfcd, icinitv of 9th and F sts. nw. Return to BRIGIITWOOD HOTEL. Reward. apl7-3t LOST On Sunday, April 15, between 9th and P tts., Sth and II, goM wreath pin, 10 pearls. Reward if returned to 711 P st. nw. apl7-3t I.OST A white bull dog. with brown spots; re ward, if returned to 2920 llth st. nw. aplG-St.tm LOST On Saturday, a inink collarette, reward if returned to 1113 S st. nw. Liberal aplG-3t FOUND. TOUN'D Ice cream, pure ar.d delicious, 70o per gallon. LACEY CREAMERY CO., 007 N. Y. ave. nw. 'Phone 20S1. jc27-tf TOR SALE HORSES AXD VEHICLES. FOR SALE Pair of hordes carriage' and harness; price $133; after 4 p. m. 213 3th st, ne. apl7-4t,tm FOR SALE Small young gentle sound horse, $39. L. VAN K1SWICK, .US 1st st. nw. apl7-3t,cm . ' FOR SALE Light grocery wagon; cheap. 12th and C fits, ,-w. apl7-3t TOR SALE A good delivery wagon; second-hand; would takc"'OOd bicycle in part pavment. 200-.5th st sc. ap'l7-3t FOR SALE One surrey; order. 22 11 st tie. Hional)le; in good apl7-3t FOR SALE Cheap, two second-hand, double, platform spring, exprfsis wagons. i. A. KETTLER, 517 13th st. r.w. apic aplG-3t FOR SALE Great bargain, 2S head of horses and mans, ranging in age from 5 to 0 year,?, weight 900 to 1,400 pounds; suitable for any busi ness, ar.d no reasonable offer refused. Call 212 4 st. mr. aplo-7t UUSIXESS CIIAXCE5. FOB SALE Two pool table and all fixture and license cheap. Address Box 273, this office. apl7-3t,em FOR SALE $1S5 will buy full stock of groceries and fixtures; inventory value, 300. Call 1151 23d st. nw. apl7-3t,em WANTED House, store, and 'stable for grocery, or will buy out a email biuiness. Address BOX 230. this office." apl7-3t ROOMING house and lunch, clearing ?K0 m .nth; account of illnc, sacrifice 323. DUXLAP, 00il F st. ., . apl(i-3t,em FOR SALE Full stock and fixtures of lunchroom. 021 B st. n w. apl0-3t,em POOLROOM, clearing dailv; owner left city; no offer refused. DUXLAP, 'JOG F st. apl0-3t,em FOB SALE Stock of groceries and fixtures; gjod stand. GUY k GETTY'S, 4S5 X st. sw. aplC-3t,em FOB SALE Grocery store; will take invoice. 2113 G st. nw. ap!0-3t FOB SALE Baiber shop; two furnished rooms and kitchen; bu.-inct guaranteed; price. $300; leaving city. 172'J Pa. ave. mv. aplC-3t WANTED Assistant physician, registered in Dis trict of Columbia and .Maryland, to take charge of n office. Addresj BOX 242, this office. apl5-3t WANTED Partner In legitimate, money-making buincss enterprise; nionopoly; quick teturn. j Call C, 402 1st st. ne. apu-3l FOB SALE A first-class barroom, near the Soldier's Home gate; other business the cause of selling. Address Phoebus, Ya., P. O. BOX 07. ap!5-7t FOR SALE ROOM 1 -Drug store; good stand; $1,200. 7, Atlantic BIdg. apl5-3t GROCERY Monthly sales $3,000; will accept in voice. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. I lOtW F st. ...ICOi ' ap!5-3t CIGAR and news stand, paving $75 over ex- pensis; price $450. NEW YORK BUSINESS : BROKERS, 10.50 F St. apl5-3t FOR SALE-Job printing office; worth $75, fur $35, with self-inking hand pras; cha.-e 10xl. 350 Pa. ave. nw. apl5-3t DI.VIXG-ROOM-Penna. ave., clearing $2,000 vear; leaving city. XEW YORK BUSINESS BBOK EBS. 1000 F st. ap!5-3t HOW to be your own landlord on $10 a month. For particulars drop pottal for booklet, il lustrating Fort Mver Height!, FULTON K. GORDON, 1200 G st. nw. apll-7t THE finest rtoek syetcm in existence; large i surcd lacoma and guaranteed principaL "STOCK BROKERS,'' P. O. BOX 1S5I, K. Y. df3-tf 3:iscel.i.a.xi:oiis. ELECTRIC facial massage; removes wrinkle, clears the complexion; scalp treatment causes hair to irrow. MISS NICHOLSON', 010 New York avv. ap!7-3t STORE FRONTS, porche., and railirgs painted very cheap; for ten days only ; also liouie tainting. E. ELLIOTT, the Astoria Flats. 'Phone 2127-3. ap!7-3t FURXlTURi; moved; large 2-horse load $2.50; pianos moved. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO., 323 44 st. nw. "Phone 1060. apl7-5t 5-INCH gutttrs and 4-inch spout (galvanized iron) put up for l2Vte per foot; your repair ing proportionally low. 305 E. Capitol tt. aplG-3t BAD bills collected br noVharge. II. D. GORDON, Lawcr. 1335 1 rfl aplO-Ot MANICURING, facial, and scalp massage tauuht for $5. Addrewi B(.f 221), this office. apI3-3t WELL DIGGER and pump maker; firs-t-cla's work done. CHARLES M. DORSEY k BRO.. 022 12th st. ne. . apl3-7t NATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY, authorized 003 15th st. nw. ; openjday and night. ap!2-7t j GOOD quality floorToilcloth. 20c. and 25c. vard: sample brought;- KLEEBLATTS, 11th and 11 j sts. ne. aplO-tf.em LANDLORDS! How much has it cost you lately ' for repairs, that had to be made on account ! cf leaky i -? YdTf iafc all this if your roofs are painted with RigibCrilioof Paint. It prevents i leaks preserves the r5of. Roofs painted, $3 up. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO.. 411 C:h st. nw. mh31-tf CAPITAL CLOCK REPAIRING CO , 1134 7th st. j nw. Any ordinary clock cleaned, 50c; watches cleaned, C0c up; musical box repairing and all other work as low in proportion; satisfaction guaranteed; send postal, will call for and deliver free to any part of District. mhC-tf BOOKBINDING AND PBINTIXG-Binding n. ! oIume magazine, 75 cents; other binding ! equally a3 cheap; printing 500 cards. 75 cents; I other printinz equally ax cheap. WILLIAMS. CIS I 7th tt. nw.. Charles W". Dowden. Manager. fc2-tf FULL DRESS SUITS tor hire, 1. JULIUS COHEN. 1104 7th St. nw. t27-tf FOR SALE Sflll'H HAN". FOR SALE Hyatt-ville, Md.. 9-rcom house; acre of ground; tine cardtn land; 150 feet front age, iron-lies, shade, fruit, fine water, on elettric and B. o. R. R.; title char. Apply ROOM 101. Corcoran BIdg., or owner, BOX sr, H.tutts villc, Md. aplti 3t -! FOR SALE Large btiilding lots at Ballston. 130 feet long by 25 feet wide; terms, $5 down, balance $1 per week; price, $100 each: on eletric railroad: fare to Washington 5 cents; Ballston has a fine public school. 4 stores 2 churches', and is a splendid neighborhood. Call at Pu-totiice on the ground, or see JAMES E. CLEMENTS. 1321 F st. nw.. Washington, I). C. apl5-3t FOB SALE Brookland, s rooms; a. in. i.; $2,000: $100 down balance $20 month. Address BOX 1S7. this office. apll-7t FOR KENT sriH'KIIAX. FOR RENT By the year, fine brick residence, park, liarn, well. etc.. at Bright wood1. D. C. Enquire of G. II. KUIIN. ap!7 St FOR 11EXT STORE AXD DAVELLIXG. FOB RENT -Store, 313 A st e. FOR RENT- U Kenilworth, D.- C, large store and dwelling, 5 minutes' walk from Columbia cars. apl5-3t FOR SAI,E-511SCEI.LAXEOl'S. FOR SALE -Taj lot's Own Horo and Cattle Powd er; none better. CaU or write JOHN" It TAYLOR. 19 E st. nw. apl7-3t.em ICl" t"REAM paking cans, brick mold-, baking pans-, and tools in 'gmeral can be bought at JACOB MELN'ICOVE, .Manufactuitr of Tin Ware. 1311 7th st nw. apl7-3t FOR SALE One-horse poster motor, 110 volt. M. E. JOYCE, 41S llth st apl7-3t FOR SALE Three black rod iron. 10 light chan ik.iercs, combination gas and electric, com plete with Welsbach light, at a bargain. JOS EPH AUERBACH. C23 Pa. ave. nw. aplG-3t " FOR SALE A PIANO AXD ORGAN" "BARGAIN BOOM." We can't have a bargain counter or "remnant" sale of pianos, but we have de cided to have a "BARGAIN ROOM" located on 3d floor of our building-, and from time to time we shall place in this room second-hand pianos and organs taken in exchange, and other instni tnents which we desire" to close out, on which the prices and terms will be strikingly low.- If j on see a piano or organ advertised in our Bar gain Room you may know it is a very special value and on very, easy terms. Look in the Bargain Boom for these: Smith Am. Organ, $10. Innler sq. Piano, $25, $3 monthly. $500 Weber Upright. $200. $5 monthly! aplS-tf F. Gt SMITH, 1225 Pa. ave. FOR SALE Dios goods, silks, lace curtains, matting, blankets, comforts, men's clothing. capes, coats, skirts, etc., on weekly payments; drop postal, I call. JOSEPH CAI1N, 210 4 st. mv. . FOR SALE At auction, Wednesday, April IS, 10 a. m., entire cafe", dining-room, and kitchen outfit; chairs, tables, dishes, counters, coffee urn, cash register, sideboards', showcases, carpets ice hex, ranges, and a lot household goods. 0. G. CUMMINGS, Auctioneer. 422 10th st. ap!5 -St FOR SALE Smith American Organ, $13; $3 monthly; Estey Organ, $05, $4 monthly; op portunity of the icar to buy a good organ cheap. F. G.. SMITH 1223 Pa. ave. apll-tf,tm FOR SALE Lawn, grass... and (lower ar.d gaidm seeds, also bulbs, canary birds, panots, geld fishes, aquariums, incubator,, broadcis, etc. SCIIMID'S BIRD STORE, 712 .th tt. nw. apl0-tf,cm FOR SALE Upright piano for rent, $3 per months rent to apply on purchase if desired. F. G. SMITH. 1223 Pa. av. ap7-tf FOR SALE $G for hair mattresaes, in two parts;' lounges, $2.75; $0 cook and heating stoves $3; parlor and bedroom suite., $1 per week; w are alter furnishing jour house, cash or credit. RED MOND. 311 and 313 7th st. nw. - del-tf.cm FOR SALE Good quality opaque shades, fitted to your windows, only 25c; the best a quality oil cpaque shades, 50 Vents; hung free; will call with tamples. KLEEBLATTS. llth and 11 sts.sne. -u21-lf FOR SALE PIANOS. ONLY $150 foi a handsome Hardmau Upright Piano; must be sold. 222 N. J. Ave. sc. apl5-7t UAILHO'-DS. Battimore & Ohio SIAILROAD. SchetfOlc in effect December 24, 1S39. Leave Washington fron station corner of New Jersey Avenue and C Street. For Chicago and Northwest, Vcstibuled Limited trains 10:35 a. m.. 8:05 p. in., daily. For Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Indianapolis; Express, 10:55 a m. Yestibuled Limited 3:40 p. m., express 12:05 night, daily. For Pittsburg and Clereland, .10:35 a. m. and 8:30 and 11:55 p. m., daily. For Columbu?. Toledo ar.d Detroit, 12:05 night. For Winchester and way stations, a:33 a. at and 3:40 and 5:30 p. m. For Luray, 3:10 p. m. daflr. For Baltimore, week day's, x2:33, 5:00, 0:30, x7:05, x7:10, xS:30, 8:35, x0:30, xl0;O- a. m. xl2:03 n., 12:15, xl:15, x3:00, x3:30, xl:30, 4:35, x5:03, x5:10, x5:30, xC:20, 0:30, xS:00, xl0:(W xll:30, xll:35 p. in. Sundays, x2:35, x7.-03, x7:10, S:30, xB:00 a. m., xl2:03. 1:00, 1:15, x3:00, 4:35; x5:05, x5:10, 0:30, xS:00, xl0:00, xll:30. xll.33 p. in. For Annapolis, 7:10 and 8:35 a. m., 12:15 and 5:30 p. m. Sunday?. 8:30 a. m., 4:35 p. m. For Frederick, week days, 8:35, 10:55 a. m., 4:C0, 5:30 p. m. Sunday, :00 a. ., 1:15 p. m. For lhgerstown, 10:35 a. m. an" 5:30 p. m. For Boyd and way points, week days, 8:33 . in., 4:30, 5:30, 7:05 p. in. Sundays, 9:00 a. hi., 1:15, 7:05 p. m. For Gaitliersburg and wav point', -week day. 8:35 a. m., 12:50. 3:00, 4:30, 4:33. 5:30, 7:05, 11.25 p. m. Sundays, 0:00 a. in., 1.15, 4:33, 7:03, 10:15 p. m. For Washington Junction and way point3, week days, 8:35 a. m., 4:30, 5:30 p. in. Sunday. 9:00 a. ,m., 1:15 p. m. Itojul IIIiir Line. All frahs illuminsttd with Pintsch light. For Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and the East, week days, 7:03 (Diner), 8:30 (Buffet), 10:00 (Diner) a. m., 12:0 (Diner). 1:15 (Diner), 3:00 "Royal Limited." Ex clusively Pullman Train. Dining Car, 5:03 (Dining Car), &:, 11:20, (Sleeping Car open at 10:00 o'clock), and 2:35 night. Sund.irt 7:05, 0:00 a. m ., 12:05 noon, 1:15 Dining Cafj, 3:00, 5:03 Dining Cars, S:00, 11:3.0 (Sleeping Car open 10:00 o'clock), and 2:33 night. Parlor Cars -.n all day train? For Atlantic City, 10:00 a. a . 12:05 noon, and 1:15 and 3:00 p. m. week days. 12:03 noon Sun days. For Cape May, week days, 12:03 and 1:15 p. m. 'Except Sunday. xExpress trains. Baggage called for and checked from hotel and residences by Union Transfer Co. on order! left at ticket offics, C19 Pennylvanla Avenue N.W., New York Avenue and 15th Street, and ai Depot. F. D. LNDERWOOD, D. B MARTIN. 2d V. P. and Gen. Man. Mgr Pa3. Traffic FOR SALE OR RENT fior.SES. fHFTWAGGftinAN7' Real Eatnle Broker mid Aticlloncer. 917 F Street. W. FOR SALE NORTHWEST. 1100 to 1413 30th. 8 r, bath, and a m i (Each).$3,0T0 1423 Sth. f !i. Cr. lot 14x91 ft 2.700 SOI 25th, b h, 2 stories, Cr, a m i 2.250 2433 H, b h. 2 storh-s. Cr, a m i - 417, 419. 421 Hollidge Ct.. b lis. 3r (all).... 1.50-1 15 and 10 MtCullough, b h's, 4r; each 700 SOUTHWEST. 333 N. b 1., Cr'and hath S2.S09 41S 10th. b h. 4r and back building 2.700 342 and 311 M, f h's, 5r ach. stable (both). 2,500 NORTHEAST. 70S Sth st. f h, cellar, Sr. bath, a m I ?5.50Cf 1431 3d st, b h, 4r; lot 21x06 4,000 1127 12th, b h. Cr: bath and a m 1 3.S00 020 G st. b b. Cr, bath and a m i 3.500 301 K. f h, tr and dwelling, 5r 3,200 701 13th st. store and dwelling 2.380 1130 5th. b h, 2 stories. 2r. lot 18x103 ft.. 1.IW SOUTHEAST. 20S A, b h. llr. bath and a m 1 ?3.S01 2C2 A. b h. 12r. bath and a m 1 S.SW 21S N J aye. b h. llr. lath and a m i 7.003 Intersection of Va. ave. and I st, 3.574 sq ft. B.fXW 433 to 430 2d. b h's. 6r. a m L (Each).... 5.500 333 E, b h. f.r. bath and a m 1 3.2 21 ami 323 II. b h's. Cr each. (Each) 3,000 415 L. f h. Sr, lot 23x105 ft I.') 1112 K. f h, 5r. lot 20x102 ft 1.509 1134 N J ave. b h. Ir 1,509 411 K. f h, 5r, lot 14x111 70. FOB RENT. Ne.. S3 H st. Cr i2 50 Ne., 1X7 11 .t.. 4r 9 0) Ne.. 24 Jackson Allev, 3r 0 30 Ne.. 7fi G st.. 4r 5 Ne.. 323 A (rear building), 4r 7 tf Ne.. 150S Norris St.. 5r 7 2) N'e.. 120 G (rear building), 3r 7 3" Ne.. 1520 Norris st, 4r CM Ne., 1522 Norris st. Ir 0 f N'e., 1530 Lewis st. 4r 5 6. Se., S19 S. Capitol. lOr and bath 3J 0. Se.. 129 N. C. ave., 7r and bath 23 42 Se.. 133 N. C. ave., Cr and bath Se 42 Se.. HI X. C. ave.. Cr and bath 25 4 Se.. 11 E t. Or and hath 21 50 Se., 10U East Capitol st., 6r and hath 1 51 Se.. 219 10th rt.. lOr iS 00 SV.. 1000 12th st. Cr 12 30 se . :a."2 llth t.. fir 10 30 Se., P21 Ga. ave.. Cr 10 39 Sc, 1122 K St., 4r 9 30 Apply at office for We.il Buiietia FOR ItEXT HOUSES. FOR RKNT-S20 23d m. nw., JOHN T. KNOTT. 913 F st. rooms. $20 50. aP17-t FOR RENT-sll.ao. neat. O-roflm frame. 132 7th st ne.. large jard front and rear. Apply 911 Mil. ave. ne. apl6-3t,em FOR RENT Seven-room, ha -window bus! brick; s. m. t; 133 B st ew.. $20; abo flat. 3122 llth st. nw., 5 ro.ms, $20. W. P. METCAI.F. 1303 F st. nw. mh23-tf.e FOR SALE HOUSES. FOR SALE C-roont brick, between 13th and llth. on C st. se.. for $900; rare opportunity. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS, 1006 F St. aplG-St.cm FOR SALE Bargain, 203 E st. ne., 7-room brick. , i t :i l !,.:.: tt new ty pupereu, ova. i.iuim; autj i iiijuhk ori fice. apl5-7t FOR SALE House, G rooms and bath; a. m. i.; 12th st. ne.; sacrificed: $l,SO0. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKEBS, 1000 F st. apl3-3t FOR SALE Five-room brick, S. Capitol st. water and sewer; price only $1,000; easy terms. NEW YOBK BUSINESS BROKERS. 100. F st apI5-3t LEGAL X'OTICES. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA-CARRIE M. GIFFIN". Com plainant v-. HENRY R. GIFFIN", Defendant. Equity No. 21.173. On motion of the complaiant. bv Howard Bord. her attorn, it i- this 20TII DAY OF MARCH. A. D.. PJ00. ordered that the defendant cause his appraran, to lie entered htrein on or before the lirct lute &i.i occurring forty days after this day; otherwise the case will be proceeded with as in cae of default Prcvided that a copy of this order shall be published once a week for three consecutive weeks in the "Washington I.aw Re porter" and The Washington Times. The object of this proceeding is to procure a divorce a vin culo matrimonii on the ground of desertion. A True Copy: Tes-t: (Seal.) A. B. HAGNER. Associate Justice. J. II. YOUNG. Clerk. By R. J. .MEIGS, JR., Assistant Clerk, a pl7.'23,30-em A. B. DUVAI.L, Attorney. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT of Columbia, sitting as a District Court. No. 553. In re the extension of Eckington Place. Notice is hereby given that the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, pursuant to the provisions of an art of Congress approved March 3, 1S99, entitled "An act for the extension of Pcnsylvania Avenue southeast, and for other pur poses," have filed a petition in this court pray ing the condemnation of the land required for the extension of Eckington Place, between (J Street and Florida Avenue, to a full width of sixty (CO) feet, by acquiring the necessary land below Q Street on the wot side of said Eck ington Place, as shown on a plat or map pre pared by said Commis-ioners and annexed to their said petition and marked "Exhibit Xo. 1 " and also prajing that a jury bo summoned by the tnai.lial," in accordance with the provisions of chapter eleven (11) cf the Revised Statutes of the United States relating to the District of Columbia, to ascertain the damages for and in respect of the land proposed to be condemned for the wideninjr of aid Eckington Place, and .to assess one-half I thereof against those pieces or parcels of ground abutting that portion of the street to be opened and extending to a depth of two hundred (200) feet front the westerly building line of said Eckington Place. It is ordered this 10th day of April, A. D. 1CO0, that all persons interested in the proceed ings be, and they arc hereby required to appear in thi3 court on or before the 25TH DAY OF APRIL. 1000, to show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of the said petition should not be granted and why the proceedings directed in said act of Congress should not be taken. Provided a copj- of tlii3 order be published in the "Evening Star" and the Washington Times newspapers at least six times, and in" the "Wash ington Law Reporter" once before said 25th day of April, 1900. By the Court: A. B. HAGNER, Associate Justice. A True Copy. Test: J. It YOUNG. Clerk. By It. J. MEIGS, Jr., Assistant Clerk. apl3,15,17,19,21,23 STEA3IBOATS. Sforfolk & Washington Steamboat Co. Every day In the year for Norfolk, New- port News, and alt points South, by the superb, powerful steel "'palace steamers "Newport News," "Norfolk," and "Wb- ington," on the following schedule: Lv. Washinglon.6.30 pm Lv. Alexandria..7.00 pm Ar. Ft. SIonroe.7.00 am Ar. Norfolk 8.00 am At. Portsmouth.8.15 am Lv. Port3mouth.a.0O pm Lv. Norfolk 5.45 pm Lv. Ft Monroe..6.45 pm Ar. Alexandria. .8.30 am Ar. Washiiiton..7.00 am Titk.ta on sale at 817 Penn. ave., B, and O. ticket office, G19 Penn. ave., and corner 15th st. and N. Y. are., C. & O. ticket of- flees, at 513 Penn. ave., and 009 14th at.; 8. A. L. ticket office, 1431 N. Y. ave., and on board steamers. 0For further information apply at gen- eral offices. 7th st. wharf. Wash. D. C 'Phone. 750. no2S-tI JOHN CALLAHAN. General Manr- I'OSTOKFICE NOTICE. " WASHINGTON. D.'C. POSTOFFICE NOTICE. Should be read daily, as changes may occur at anv time FOREIGN MAILS are forwarded to the ports o. sailing daily, and the schedule ef closings is ar ranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted overhand transit. -For the week ending April 21, 1900, the last connecting closes will be made from this cliice as follows: TriuiN-Atlniitic Muilx. TUESDAY-(b) At 7:15 p. m. fr IRELAND, per s. s. Oceanic, from New York, via (jHeeras town. .Mail for other parts of EUROPE imtst be directed "Per s. s. Oceanic." (c) A: 9:13 p. nl. for EUROPE, per ' New ork, from N'ew York, via Southamp ton. (c) At 11:05 p. m. for BELGIUM direct. per s. s. Westeinland. from 'New York, via Antwerp. Mail must be directed "I'er !, s. Wcsternland." WEDNESDAY-0) At 7:15 p. m. far EUROPE, per s. s. Columbia, from N-ew York, via Ply mouth. Cherbourg, and Ilamburx. Man for FRANCE, SWITZERLAND. ITALY. SPAIN. PORTUGAL, TURKEY, EGYPT, and flRITI.H INDIA mu.t be directed "Per s. s. Cotembia." (b) At 7:15 p. ra. for FRANCE. SWITZER LAND. ITALY, SPAIN. PORTUGAL, TUR KEY, EGYPT, and BRITISH INDIA, per s. a. La Catcctne," from New York via Havre. Mail for other parts of Europe must be direct ed "lVr s. s. Gascogne." FRIDAY- (b) At 7:15 p. m. for EUROPE, per 3. s. Campania, from New York, via Queen. town. (c) At 11:05 p. m. for NETHERLANDS di rect, pr s. .. Amsterdam, from New York, via Rotterdam. MaH mutt be dir.t! "Per s. s. Amteram." ' (c) At 11:1.6 p. fn. ter ITALY, per s. 3. KaUer Wm. II, from New York, via Naples. Mail imat be directed "Per s. s. KaNr Vm. II." (e)r At 11:03 p. m. for SCOTLAND diraet. per s. g. Anrhoria, from New York, via Glas gow. Mail inufbe directed "Per t. s. A cborta." (c) At 11:0S p. m. for AZORES ISLANDS direct, per . s. Trojan Prince, from New York. PRINTED MATTER, ETC.-German steamers, sailing from New York on Tuesdays, take Printed Matter, etc.. for GERMANY, and srpecially ad dressed Printed Matter, etc., for other parts of EL ROPE. American and White S'ar steamer sailing from New .ork on Wednesday. German and French steamers from New York On TBiirsdjys, tad Cna jrtl and (Hi man st m s from New York on Sat urdays take Printed Matter, etc., for all coon trie, for which they are nKerti-ed to carry waits. .Mnil for south nitil Centra! America, Wo! I n ill ci. Etc. TUESDAY (b) At 2:30 p. m. f'-r JAJfAIPA. pr g. s. Admiral Farragnt. lion "toum. (d At 11 M . m. fur CENTHAL AMERI CA (except Costa Rkj and SOUTH PACIFIC ', PORTS, per .. s. A.Taiw e. from New York, i via Colr.n. Mai! for GUATEMALA isaet he I directed "Per . s- Advance." () At 11:5 p. m for PUERTO KICO. per i U. S. Transport from New ASork. , () A: Il:.i5 p. m. for YUCATAN. per Hat. update, tro New Ydrk. Malil most he ; direeted "Per s. s. Ravtasdale." (c) At 11:05 p. m. kr CAUPKniE. CHIA PAS. TABASCO, and YUCATAN, per s. s. ' Yigiiancia, from New "Yoik, via Prosreso. Mail for other parts of MEXICO wtt he di rected "Per s. s. igtlancia." WEDNESDAY (!) At 10:30 a. m. tor NASSAU, N. P.. per steamer from Miami, Fin. (c) At 11:05 p. tn. kr HAITI, per s. &. Prtr. Win. II, from New York. Jiail f.r CITKA- : CAO. VENEZUE1. TRINIDAD. FMtlTISn and D11CII GUIANA, must be directed "Per s. s. Prins Wm. II." (c) At 11:05 p. m. for PUERTO KICO, per s. s. San Joan, from New Yorh. (c) At 11:05 p. tn. for MAKTINKfi'E. GUA DELOUPE, and RAKKADtte, per a. s. Talis man, from New York. (c) At 11:05 p. m. for BRAZIL direct, per ( f. i. Baa -a. from New York, via Penuunburo , acd Rio dr Janeiro. Jiail for NOKTH MCAZtL must lie dircted "I'er s. s. Kacnsu." ; (c) At 11:05 p. m . lor MEXICO, per s. s. Ithaka, frcm New York, via Tampico. Mail -most be directed "Per s. .. lthnha." (.) At 11:05T. m. tftr NORTH BKA'tU per s. s. Dunstan, from New York, via Para and , RSl)AY-(b) At 2:30 p. at. for JAMAICA,' per s. s. Admiral Sampeon, from Huston. (c) At 11:05 p. m. for TURKS IsLAN'D and DOMINICAN REPl BLIC. per .. s. New York, . from New Ycrk. I (d) At 6P) a. m. for PEHNAMW.TO and SANTOS, per s. s. Katflr lrinie, htLW New York. FRIDAY (e) At 11:66 p. m. for HEHMUDA, pet s. s. Trinidad, from New York. (c) At 11:65 p. m. f.r JAMAICA. FORTUNE ' ISLAN'D, SAVAX1LL , and CARTHAGEN'A. per s. s. Adirondack, from New York. Mail ' for COSTA RICA most be directed "Per s. s. j Adirondack." j (c) At 11:06 p. m. for HAITI, per s. a. Andes, from New York. (c) At 11:06 p. m. for LA PLATA COCX- j TRIES direct, per s. s. BeUanra, ttiw. Sew j York. ' (c) At 11:06 p. ra. for PUERTO KICO. ' CI RACAO, VENEZUELA, SA VANILLA, and ; CARTHAGEN'A, per s. s. Philadelphia, from ! New Yerk. (c) At 11:05 p. m. for GRENADA and TRINIDAD, per s. s. Jlaraval. from New York. (e) At 11:66 p- m. lot ST. THOMAS, ST. CROLX. LEEWARD ami WINDWARD ISL ANDS, per s. s. Madia na. from New York. .Mail for GRENADA and TRINIDAD miitt be dirrcttd "Per Madiana. SATURDAY-(f) At 10:80 a. t tor NASSAU, N. P.. ter steamer frcm Jliami. Fta. Mail, for Ntwf.imdland, by rait to North Syd ney, and thence via steamer, clos- here daily, "ex cept Sundav. at 12:00 tn., and on Sundays only at i 11:30 a. m" (d) (h) j Mails for JUQUELON, by rail ta Boston, and . thence via steamer, chise here daily at 3:13 p. j m. (d) . ; CUBA JIAILS close here n Pert Tampa. FJa.. Wednesdavs. Friday, and. Sundays, at 2:26 p. m. (f) Via Jliamf. Fla., Tnesuays and Saturdays at 10:30 a. m. if) ! Jlails for MEXICO overland, unless specially d- dres-ed for desintch by steamer sailing from , Xew X'erk. close kite daily at 16:30 a. m. and 10:00 p. m. (k) j Mails for COSTA RICA. BELIZE, PUERTO CORTEZ, and GIA1UIALA. ly roil to New- Or leans, and thence via steamer, c!oe here daily at at 10-00 p. m., the connecting closes for which be L Sundays ami Tuesdays for COSTA RICA, and Jlondav for BELIZE, PUERTO CORTEZ, and GUATEMALA. Trnns-l'iic'llie Alitilr. Mails for CHINA. JAPAN", and PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. via Tacoma. close here daily at GS5 p. m., up to April 10, for despatch per s. s. Goodwin, (o) Mail- for CHINA. JAPAN, and PHILIPPINE ISLANDS." via Stattle. -close here daily at 0:35 p. "m"., up to Aprit 19. for despatch per s. s. Rio Jun Mam. Registered letters must be di rected "Via Seattle." (o) Jlails frr CHINA. JAPAN, HAWAII, am! PHIL IPPINE ISLANDS." via San Francisco, close here dailv at 0:35 p. ni.. up to April 20, incin-ive, for despatch per s. s. Nippon Marti, (o) .Mails for HAWAII, via San Fianciseo. close here daily at 0:35 p. in., up to April 27, inclusive, for dciiatch per s. s. Australia, (o) Mails fr CHINA. JAPAN. HAWAII, and PHIL IPPINE ISLANDS, via San Fraseico. eloe here dailv" at 0:35 p. m..up to April 2S. incht-ive, for dfj-patch. per s. s. City of Rie Janeiro, (o) Jlails for AUSTRALIA (except West Australia. which goc via Europe, and New .Zealand, wbh-h goes via San Francisco). HAWAII and FIJI ISL ANDS, via J'incouv.r, close here daily at 6:33 p. nC." up to April 23, inclusive, for despatch per i ' s. Jliowcra. (o) Jlails for CHINA and JAPAN, via Vancouver, close here daily at 6:35 p. m.. up t 3iay 2. in cli'Mve. for despatch per s. .. Empre cf Ch:n. Registered mail muct be directed "Via J'aneoo- ver." (o) Mails for AUSTRALIA (except West Aifir.lia). XEW ZEALAND. HAWAII, FIJI, and SAMOAN iLVNDS. via San Franciio, close here dnMy at G-& V m- afUr APri' 2S aml ''' to "' Xi indlitrive, 'or despatch, per s, t. Alamemt. () Jlails 'or COCHIN CHINA are forwarded to Xew York for connection with European .trame ra "PHILIPPINE ISLANDS (Military Mail), de spatched to San Francisco at all ehs lor that otliec- to connect with Government Transports, the sailings of which are Irregular. (b) Registered mails close at IiO. p. ra. same dav. (c) Registered mails elee at S:00 p. m. same day. , (d) Registered mail, close at 5:96 a. m. some day. (e)' Bfgistercd mails close at 1:00 p. m. pre vious Saturday. (f) Registered mails close at 1:00 p. m. pre vious day. (h.) Regii.cred mails close at 12:00 p. m. pre vious day. " 7 (k) Registered mails clcsc at S:00 p. m. prc vioui day. (ol Registered mails close at 0:00 p. m. pre vimu day. JOHN A. JIERRITT, Postmaster. RAILROADS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STS. T:55 A. M. WEEK DAYS, PITTSBURG EX PRESS Parlor and Dininz Cars HarrUburr to Pittsburj. I0.:3O A. if. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITEr-PuR-man Sleeping. Dining. Smokinc and Oberr tion Cars Harrishurg to Chicago, Cincinnati Indianapol;.. St Louis. Cleveland, and Ttrteds. Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisburg. 10:50 A. 31. FAST LINE- Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Ilarrisbur?. Buffet Parlor Car Ilatris burg to Pittsburg. 3:30 P. 31. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX PRESS Sleeping Car Warhingtan to St. Louis, and Sleeping aad Dinin? Ca HarrtjbHnr to Indianapolis, St Louis. Nahville (via Cincin nati and Louisville), and Chicago. 7:20 P. 31. WESTERN EXPRESS-Pmhwan Sleep ing Car to Pittsburg ami Chicago. Dinlag Car to Chieazo. 7:20 P. SI. SOLTHWKSTERX EXPRESS Pull man Sleeping Cars Washington to Pittsburg and Harris-bur? to S. Louis, ClevelQad, ' and Cincinnati. Dining Car 10:40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS Pullman Sleep- in? Car to Pittsburg. 7:5J3LA. 3L Tor Kane. Canandatgus. Requester, and N'lajara Falls, daily, except Sunday. 10:50 A. 31. -For Elmira and Benovo dally, ex cept Sutjday. For WHIiamspert daily, 3:33 P. 7:20 P. JL For WilHanuport. Rochester. Erie. Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily, except Sat urday, with Sleeping Car Washington to Roah ester. 10:40 P. M. For Erie. Canandalgua, RechMter. Buffalo, and Niagara Falls JaHy. Puhnn Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester Satar days only. For l'lillatlelphln. Xevr York, and the Enxt. :8 P. 3L "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITHD." i"lr. all Parlor Cars, with Dining Car Irons Haiti ore. Regular at 7:00 (Dining Car). 7., 7.56, .15. 8.00. 10.09 (Dining Car), and ll.OJ (Dining Car fnm Wilm inxton) A. M.. JS.4S. 3.15. 5.00 (Dining Car from Baltimore). .. 1P:0. and 11:50 P. M. On Sunday, 7:00 (Dteiffg Car). 7 20, S.15. .u, 11 GO (Dining Car f m Wilmington) A. JL. 12.13, 3.16, 5.8 (Dhviag Car from Baltimore). 6:90, 10:09, and 11:3 P. M. For Philadelphia only, Exp , W.15 P. 3L week-days, 2.01. and 5.48 P. M. dtitly. For Boston, without change, 7.35 A. II. woefc ttays and 5.00 P. M. daily. For Baltimore, .. 7.W, 7.20. 7.56, S.16, 9.60, 18.00, 10.50. 11.09 A. St. 12.13. 12.46. B.S8. SI. 3.15. 3.30. 4.9. (Limited). 4.30. 4,31. 5.0O. 5. Hi. 6.15. 6.5.1, 7.20, 10.08, M.49. 11.3. and 11.50 P. JL On S(fMJay, 7.B9, 7.H 8.M. 9.09, 9.65. mac, 11.09 A. JL. 12.13. 1.13, 1.61. i, a.30. 4 00. (Umlled). 4., 5.09, 5.4. A.16, 8,30. 7 20, 10.00. 10.40, and 11.50 P. M. For Pope's Creek Line, 7:36 A. JL and 4:31 P. M. week da vs. Sondnys 6:06 A. M. For Annapslia, 7:69 and 9:00 A. 3L. 12:16 and 5:10 P. M. week days. Sundays. . A. M. a.1 t:H P M. E.pr lor Florida and pMitt on Athmair (Taa4 Line. 4.30 A. M.. 3.8? P. M. d!jr; KM-mi only. 11.45 A. JL week-days; Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line. 1W P. Jf. daily. Accommodation for Quantico, 7.46 A. M. dairy and 4.S5 P. M. week-day Senshore Connections. For Atlantic City (via Delaware Mver Urnfe. jB tad route). 12:45 P. M. week dsya (tfctwK Pullman Iunet Parlor Car). 3:15 (1:6 "aw greionaI Limited"), and II:. P. . daily. Via Market Slre.t Wharf. JO Op and M:tO .. M., 12:15 P. M. week days, 11:50 P. M. daily. For Cape May, 11.0. A. M. weeh days, .5 P. M. daily. Tiehet offices, earner Fifteenth and ti S tti. and at the statk-n. Sixth and II Streets, wkere orders ean he left for tne cheeking of ftnggage to destination from k.tels and reidenes. TtP-nhoBe call "1111" for PMMHwinht JUrit- road Cab ?ervi. J. B. HITCIHN'SOV. J. K. WO).. Generu Jfaiager. General Passenger Agent. Southern Ry. Schdnie in eSeft Jacoary J6, n . All traiM arrive and leave from PnmaelTMls Paeeer Station. S:M a. .Daily Local fur BaneiuV. Chartnrtc, and way Nations. Conset ts t Ma sell tee SCsaa hsrg and 1 a isonburt: daily, and Stf nton wet days, and at Lynchhurv with the 5ortoB nd Western daily, and with C. . K. K. tor a6unl Hra daily, and Leiinrtoa weeh dnya. 11:15 a. -.Daily THK CNITEB STJtTIS FAST MAIL. Steeping Cars ' Jackaoa til, via Savannah, nnitinv at SalisburT with Sleeper Inr AshtviUe and Hot Sptiac. N. t . ; KaosUe. Ctmt lano . nd MeaspU. Teen., and at Chaaiere with sice p-r tor Atnen wta. Connecto to Cslumaii with sleeper lor Charleston. Strepim. Car J New Orleans, nait.ng at Charlotte with Sleeper lor Atlanta. soW twin Wjahi ton to ew Orlaa without chance. Dining Car .. Connects at Ljnehtxvz dailv tor Natural nwidn. and week days for Lin . 11:30 a. m. -Daily Local frr ChatfettesviEaL 4:01 p. m. Locti for Frcnt Royal. Stiaihe;r, sed Harnsonhn : dnily. c-ft ihy. 4:30 p. wu Daily LocjI Ibr t h-rlotre M. p. m.- Daily-NEH YORK AX0 FUMUBA EXPKKSS. Sleeping Car to Pttrt 1 n Pa Saanab and Jacksonville, -onaectimc with m w-isar-room Sleepimt tar for St. AuaMlne asnl Miami. Sleeping " to Auspista. vin Colossmin, with connettion for Aiken and Chaa-ltann. Through caawh Jacksonville. Diniaat ttr 3r vice. 56 p .-D-;ly-WASH1NGTON A5 Ctt.it TAXOOCA LIMITKf). VIA I. . NCnHTll6L Steep ing Can to Jieaaphis and New OrWuie. throh Pari-oL Iarlor and Ohaer ttton Car bet-ten K Jaid. Va., and AttaBia. Aa. Dinimc Car Sereie.'. 10:16 p. -.-Daflv-WASHlNCm AND SUtnit WrrKRN LIMITED, composed ol Steeper?. W-m-inar C-i. and Day Coaeh. tepe to ?6aa.V ille. Tenn.. via .Vsheville, KnoTVille. and Ch-i-tanona: Mt-mphU. via irnriagh : New OcImbK, via Atlanta and Mcntsomery. Cosnecls at Moth Point. N. C, ieavia Wldmton daily, e. pt Satnrday. for Pinehurst. N. C. Ot-erio -Car to Mcon. Ga.. via Atlanta. Evtn EWa htg room Slctper to New Orleans every Ttaeadny and Saturdav. connecting there with "Snaset Limited" lot San" Kran.iscrt. Vnrtibole Dny Caneh to A laot. Dinins Car Service. Soneet Personally comforted Tonri'ts E.xenrion Sleeper o this train every Mi r.day. Wedn iy. and Frntay to San Francisco witliout change. TOXINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO DfVI 10N kave Wahinston :61 a. m. daily and 4:46 a. ns. week ilavs. and 6:25 p. m. Snmfeps only for Ronnd Hill; 4 35 p. m. ;vek Oajrs, : p. a. Wedneadnys and Saturdays, and :S. -. Sajar-dav- lor Uesbnrg; 6:25 p. m. dwly Hsmdm. Retnrnimr. arrive at Wah:nton 331 . . and -45 p. m. week days and S:W p. m. &ndnynly from Round Hill; 7:06 a. m. week days tram lierndon; :3 m. week" days. 7:32 p. m. W'e nesdays ard Saturdays, ind 7:06 a. m . Moadnys from Leeebuig. Through tra-.ns from the South srrive a Wa incton 6:12 a. m.. 7:36 a. m.. 2:15 p. n.. and 3:5 p. ra. daily; Harri-unhurje. 12 noon week days Md 9:48 p. m. daily, and from (harlnteyiW ScM a. m. and D.tO p. ra. daily. Tickets, sleeping ear reservation, mmI otter ia fermatioa famished, and baegs$c called tor and cheeked from hotels and iftjidencts hy t,'a Transfer Company, on orders ieft at IJchet of fice. 705 Fifteenth St. nw.. 511 PennwtvumXl awe. nw.. and at Pennsylvania Passenger Station. Telephone call 1411 fur Pennsylvania Ruibuad Cab service. FRANK S. GANNON". 3d V. Pre?, and Cen. Jtr. J. 31. CI LP. Trafflc Manager. XV. A. TURK. General Pa&tncrr Agent. L. S. BROWN, General Arent OCIIAX STEA313I1IP3. CANADIAN l'ACIFl. ILVILXVAY. Irtecded Steamship Sailings frari Vancouver. JAPA.1 CHinX, A"l) PHl'JPPIMi IStADOl EJIPRESS OF CHINA. ...Jfay 7. Jtrty 9. Sept. 13 EJIPRESS OF INDIA May 23. July 36. Oet. 3. EMPRESS OF JAPAN.... June 13. Aug. 2Mov. a HAVYA!. . Jill A. : st AtA MIOWERA 31a 4 i AORANGE Jnl tor rales appir iszj lViu.-y.jma Avenue. -e!5-tu.th.sa-156t , AMEKfcAN I.XNE. FAST EXPRESS SERVICE. -CEVT TORIi SOUTHAMPTON LONDON. CAI.UNC, WEST-BOUND. AT CHERBGURU. Sailirg Wednesdays st 10 a. ra. KED STAH LINE. NEW YORK ANTWERP-PARIS. Every Wednesday at 12 noen. INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY. Piers It and 15. N R. Ofilee. 73 BrWay. N. J. Pbiladrlpkla OtBce. 306-307 Walcit St V.HINGTO.V OFFICE WOfl V ST. N. XV.. Or W. O. MOSS. Jjrpnt. at Ssndera & Starroaa'l. 1327 F 8t nw. FOR SALI RICTCI.KS. COMMENCING Monday, April W.we will saeri fki the balance o( the last shipaMBt ot wo men's and men's high grale bicycles; nrw and stixhtly used Cleveland.. Pwtnea'. Rcmyee. Colurnkv, Stern, Spnhhimm Clover?. ee.; all n-to-da,e bkvcles at your own prices.; the fMtoua f&OQ sterling mtea wim e marrow er and brake at 9-S.Ms: it, a steuMi sile tube tires put on, fl-: Goodrieh lire. .(S; Rananm tires. M.atJ, and oehet Mf6 Mrad then at 9L36 np. NEW YPWC CYCtK CX, 424 Mh st. mi; BALK IHf hm-tf: tan grad bicycles; row only aliffhai? used); o ?6 up. CYCLE KXCILVNr. T MIR at. nsv. aphVSt volt t,VLE- Hch imtJ hicyele, in good tion. -13. 157 F st. ne. apftt-St WATCH THIS SPACE for rare bargains ht bi cycles, tires, supplies of all kind.; far in stance, ne sell a guaranteed bieyele, Attn! wit Morrow coaster and brake, for $25; tires put on for 1.50; lamps at 90c; alt sundries at lowes'-. prices. NATIONAL CYCLE CO., 1421 Pa. ave. aplt-tf