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JosS'''1"'""' "? THE MOB3STlKtilVliQS;f7Dirr!KIL 3, 1896. HAILHOA.DS. Pennsylvania 1 RAILROAD. STATION COltv-'K U-' SIXTH AND B STREETS. , lu Effect January l, 1800. 3L0.30 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIM ITED. I'ui.iua.i Met plug. Dining, Kmok- i inc. and Oil. tiv.-tlioii tars. Harrisburg : to t Inci-jro, t .i mimti, inuianapoii.v. St. LouU, tlcxfi.iiHj, iiuu Toledo. Buffet Parlor Car to Harriburg. XO.30 a. a-i. , -i L.INE Pullman ii-.iiict l.i.... . . r io Harrisburg. Parlor ouu n;:img t ..r Harrisimrg to iiutburg. 3.40 I. 31. lnc.iuO a.D fcT.LOCu4 EXPKESa.-Pullman Burfet Parlor Car tu Hfliri-t.ur; . Mccpnig ami Dining Cars Ilormburg u M. Louis, Cincinnati, Louis ville, ami Chicago. T.-X.Q -P. 3ki. WESTERN EXPIIEKS. I'uiimau siit.iiig car to Chicago and Harrisburg io Cievelaud. Dining Car to Chicago. 7.10 i. M. SOUTHWESTERN EX-'Ki',s.-i ,. ..man Mecping .'Hid I tilling: Car to St. lmiis, itiM sleeping Car Hur riaburg lo Cincinnati. 10.40 i. JSdL. l'AHKIC EXPRESS. Pullman Sleeping Car to Pittkburg. T.tSO A. 2x. nr Kane, Cauruiuaigtia, KociicMcr ii.ii Niagara Falls, dailv, ex cept Sunday. 3L0.30 A- Al. foiEimiruand Kenovo, oaiiy, except .-mudny. For WilIiamport, Unity, 3.40 p. m. 7.XOP.il.:i dliam!.port, Rochester. iHiluiut. .!. Nugam. Fans, daily, except Saturday, Willi Mccpitig Car Wa.-lungion to Suspension Jiriugv, via Buffalo. 10.4U i". 30.. mi Erie, Cau.-tiniaigua, ilochcsicr, Buiialo aud Niagara Falls dully. Mlccpi.igv iirWaj-hingion loElimra. For I'liiludilplilu, .Vew York niid the East. 4.00 3E. 21. "CUMiRESSIOXAL L1M- iThiii. i..uy, Jill Parlor Car, with Dining Car itom Baltimore. Regular at T.or. ilJimug Carl. '.20, 0.U0, 10.00, i Dining can, lO.o.'i (Dining Carl, anu lUtO tinning Car from iuniuglon) A. M.. 12.15, 3.15. 4.0. G.40, 10.00 and 1 1.35 1. M. On Sunday, 7.05 tDlning Carl. 7.20, i.0O. 10.0o(lJiiiiiigtar, 11.00 (Dining Car Irani Wilmington) A. SI., llMfi. .-.Hi. J.ui. G.40. 1O.00 aud ll.cS I'. SI. lor Philadelphia only. F'as-t 33xpress, . .50 A. AI. weekdays. Express z .r.iri wees days, 2.01 and 5.40 P. M. dailv. I or ixi&ton wntiout change, T.0O A. M. wi-K days aud 3.15 P. M. daily. 1'OT liaitimore. G.25, 7.03, 7.20, 7.50, 0.00, 10.00. lti.o.i, 10.30. 11.00 and 11.50 A. At., 111.", l:..i5, 2.01, 3.15, h.40, 11.00 Limiliii, '.O, 1.30, 5.40, 6.05, 0.10, 7.10. 10.00. 1O.40. 11.15, and 11.35 i P.M. OH Miliday. 7.05, 7.20, ! .00, 5MI3, . 10.05. 10.30, 11.00 A. M.. 12.15. 1.00. 1.15. 2.01, 3.15. :5.io. 4.00 Limited 1. 4.20, 5.40, ii 05. G.4U, 7.10, 10.O0. 10.40 and t l.:J5 P. AI. I"or 1om- t rif, Line. 7.20 A. AI., and -l.t;C P. Al.. daily, except Sunduj'. For Aiiuatfi:t.s, ,.ju, 11.00 A. At.. J2.15 and 4.2o p. Al. aaily, except unday. Sundays. i.o0 A. M.and 4.20 P. it. Atlnntie i"o:n,t Line, "Flurida iiecial" or.lark.soiivsileand St. Auffustiiie, 10. 4S I'. M. week day.-. Express lor icietinioiiii, -litil.-ili ni:;u.!ii' oast Lttie. -1.30 A. .M.. :.40 p. M. daily. Uiehinond and At iaiua. S.lo P. .ii.naily. isieiiinoua onlv, 10.57 A. Al. week days. AeoiiinuiiKtati ii lor Cii.antico, 7.45 A. Al. daily.au 1 -J.zo r.M. weekdays. For .viex.nh.ru, i..io, u. .., .45. S.40, i. 15. lo.o",, 11.50 A. AI., lli.50, 1:4(1, S.20. I.- i-O. 5.a7, G.lo, .0, lo.lu, and Il.:i'.i P. Al. On Sunday at 4.to. ..45. o.4. A. Al., 2.45, 0.15, &.02, and 10.10 P. Al. wern- .n .-.,ilna for Washington. G.05, G.4;t. 7.ti5. .s.oo, 0.10, I0.15. lo.2s A. At.. UlH. 2.13. ;t.oo, .l.l':t, 5.O0, 5:;lt. ;.i:t. 7-Ou. ..-.o, '.1.10. 10.3,ard il.tife i P.M. Ui --utuiay at 6.43. y.10. 1U.2S A. At.. 2.15. :).;!o. 1.00, 7.20, y.io, and 10.52 p. III. Ticket oiiiicM corner Filleeiith and U fctreetN. aiHi ..1 me Nation, Sixili and B Ktreel.-i. ivi.cn- orders can lie lelt for tlie clicrkiiis; ol l gage to destination fmm liOTel.-. nnd lesioences. S. At. PUK T. J. R. WOOD, Oen. Al.11 ax-T. Gen. Passenger Agent. ALTiMORE BflP k AND OH RAILROAD. Schedule :; effect Alarch 15. 1896. Leave Washington lroni station corner of New .1cr.e .i.cmie aim C stieel. Fur Chicago .mil Northwest, Vcstibuled Limited trains 11.30 a. iu.. 8:05 p. 111. For Cincinnati, St. Louts, and Indianap olis. Vcstibuled Limited 3.45 p. 111., ex press 12:15 liigiit. For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express daily 11:30 a. 111. and 8:40 p. 111. For Lexington and Staunton. ll:30.a.m. For Winiiiesicr and waj stations. 05:30 p. 111. For Luray. Natural Bridge, Roanoke, Knoxville. Chattanooga, Aleniphis, and New Orleans, y.io p. 111. daily; sieepmg cars through. Fur Luray. 3.45 p. ni. daily. For Jtuitiiiiiiiv. week days, 5:00, G:30, X7.00. X7.10. .7:30, x8:0o, 8:30. x9:30; Xl0:00.xl2:00a.m.;xl2 05, 12:10, x3:00, :t:25. X4:28, 4.32, x5:05. x5:10, x5:30; 5:35. xG:20. G.30, x8:00. 8:15, x9:20; 11.13. xll.30, p. in.; and X12.01 night. Sundavs.x7 U5, x7:10, 8 30,x9:OOtxlo:0 a. m.; X12.05. xl2:3o. 1.00, x3:00. 3:25, 4:32. x5:05. x5:l0. 0:30. x8:00, x9:2o; 11 15. xll.oO. p. 111., X12.01 night. For Annapoas. 7.10 aud 8:30a. 111.; 12 10 and 1.2K p. 111. Sundays, 8:30 a. 111., 4,32 p. tu. ForFredenck,a9:001bll:30a.iu.,cl:15, bl:30. l5:30 p. in. For Hagerstovii. bll:30 a. ni., and b5:30 p. in. ForUoydand way points, weekdays, 9:00 a., in.. 4:20, 5:30, 7:05 J). 111. Sundays, 9:00 a. 111.. 1:15, 7.05 p. 111. For Galthersburg and way points, week days. 7:00. 9 oO a. ni., 12.50, 3:oo, 4:3u; 4:33. 5:30. 5 35, 7:05. 11:30 p. ni. Sun dav. 9:00 a. in.. 1:15, 5.35, 7:05, 10:25 p. 111. Fur Washington Junction and way points, a9:00 a. iu.. cl:15 p. m. Express trains stopping at principal stations only, b4:30, li5:30 p. m. HOl'AL BLUE LINE FOR NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA. All trains illuminated with Pim.sch light. For Philadelphia, New York. Boston and the East, wcpk days, 7:00. 8:00. (10 00 a. in. Dining Can, 12-.C0, 3:00, (5.05 Dining Cari,8:0op.m. (12:ul night. SleepingCar ojien ;it lo:0o o'clock). Sundays, (7:05 Dining Car , 9:00 a. m. Dining Car), U2:35 Dining Viri, 3:00. i5:o5 Dining Car), 8:00, tl2:ut night. Sleeping Car open for pas sengers lo:0O p. in.) Uurret i'.irior Cars on all trains. ForAllaii"1-city.lO:OOa.iii., 12:00 noon, Sundays, 12:35 p. in. bExcept Sunday. aDaily. cSundayonly. xlixpress train. Baggage i-allcd Tor aud checked from ho tels aim jfsiui'iii-ca oy Union Transier Com pany, 0:1 ord'is left at ticket olfices, G19 Pennsylvania avenue northwest. New York avenueaiid Fittcenih street, and at depot. "WAI.B. GREENE. CUAS. O. SCULL, Gen. -Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt. Southern Railway. (PIEDMONT AIR LINE.) (Schedule in erfect Jan. G.1696.) . All trains arrive and leave at Pennsylva nia passenger station. 8.1. m. Daily, local for Danville connects at Manassas lor Strasiiurg, daily, except Sunday, and ai Lynchburg with tin- Nor folk and Western, daily, and with IheChes apeake and olno, daily for the Natural Bridge and Clifton Forge. 11: 15 a. in -Daily, the UNITED STATES FAST AL1IL. carries Pullman Buffet Sleep ers. New York and Washington to Jackson ville, uniting at Charlotte with PuIImau Sleeper lor Augusta, also Pullman Sleeper New York lo New Orleans. via Alomgomcry, connecting .u Atlanta with Pullman Sleep ers Tor Biraiinghan .MemphisandSi . Louis. 4:01 p. in. Local for Frout Royal, River lou ana JMi.ts.nirg. daily, except rtuuaay. 4:51 p. in. Daily.localforCharlottesville. 10:05 p. tu. - Daily, NEW YORK AND FLORIDA SHORT LINE LIMITED. Pull man Con paniticn; andObseryaUOnsleeping cars New ioik to .-31 . Augusune. runmau drawing -room sleepers New York lo Tampa and Augusia . Vcstibuled day coach "Wash ington 10 St. Angus' ine, and Dining Car SaiisburvioSt . Augustine. 10:43 p. m. Daily, WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN VESTIBULE!), LIAI ITED. couipusel or Pullman vcstibuled sleepers, dining cars and day coaches. Pullman s!eciers New York lo A.heville ami not hjinngs, N. C, and New York to Memphis, xia Birmingham; New York to New Orleans via Atlanta, and Montgomery. Vcstibuled day coach. "Washington 10 Atlanta. Sou tit em Railway dining car, Greensboro to .Montgomery. TRAINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO DIVISION leave "Washington 9:01 a ni dailv and 415 p.m. dally, except Sun uav, ando:25p. in. Sindayt5only,for Round Hill. 4:32 p. in. daily, except Sunday, tor Leesburg, jal t.25 p. in. daily forllerndon. Returning, arrive at Washington 8:2Ga. ni. and iJ:00 p. m. daily, from Round Hill and 7:0Ga. m. daily, except Sunday, fromHern dou, and 8:34 a. in. daily, except Sunday, from Leesburg. Through trams from the South arrive at Washington 0:42 a. in.,. 9:45 a .111., 2:20 p. ni., and 9:40 p. in., dally.Mannssas divis ion. 10:00 a. ni., daily, except Sunday, and 8:40 a. tu., daily, from Charlottesville. Tickets, steeping car reservation-and in tormatlon furnishedatoffices.olland 13C0 Pennsylvania avenue and at Pennsylvania Railroad Passenger Station. IV. H. (iltEBS, Gen.Supt. J. Al. CCLl', Truffle ilaimjror. W. A. TU11K, Gen. Pans. Agent 1 1..S. HHOWN, Gen. AulTunm. Dent. :ion bales C. G. SLOAN & CO.. Auctioneers, 1407 U. street, northwest. TRUSTEES' SALE OF UNIMPROVED PROPERTY. ON LE HOi' TLAOE .NORTHWEST. . . Bv virtue or a certain deed of trust, dated the twenty-rifth day of October, 1800, -and duly recorded in liber 15.J0 rollo 101 ct seii., oue-tir ihe land records of the District or Columbia, ami at the request of the party secured thereby, wc will olfer for sale at public auction, in front or premises, on Monday. April sixth, ISUG.at 4 o'clock p. ni., this following de serilied real estate, situate in this county or Washington, District of Columbia, and known and described as the west twenty five (25) feet Tront, by the depth of .the lot. or lot .numbered scventy-ihree (73) of the ntidiviRio:i by L. R. Tuttle et al.,or a oart of the Widows Mite, as said subdi vision iR r-onled in the ofrice of the sur veyor or the District of Columbia, in liber county No, 6," folio 5. The piece of laud hereby conveyed containing 2.750 Miunre feet of irrnniiil more or less. Terms easy, and made known at time of sale. A deposit of $100 required- at time of sale. PERCY 15. CLARKE. LE ROY TUTTLE, JR.. mrSGfodtB Trustees. C. G. SLOAN -& CO., Auctioneers, 1407 G street northwest. TRUSTEES' SALE OF UNIMPROVED PROPERTY, ON LE ROY PLACE NORTHWEST. By virtue or a certain deed of trust, dated the twenty-rifth day of October, 1890, and duly recorded in liber 15110 folio 101, el. seq.. one of the land records or the District or Columbia, and at- the request or the party secured thereby, we will orfer for sale at public aucLion, in riont. of premises on Monday, April sixlh, 1S0G, at 4 o'clock p. m the following de scribed real estate, situate in the county of Washington, District, of Columbia, and known anil described as the west twenty five (251 feet front, by the depth or the lot, or lot. numbered seventy-three (73 or the subdivision by L. R. Tuttle et al., of a part of the Widows Mite, as said subdi vision is recorded in the office or the sur veyor or the District of Columbia, in liber "county No. G," rolio G5. The piece or land hereby conveyed containing 2,750 square rector ground more or less. Terms easy, and mane known at time or sale. A deposit of $100 required at, time of sale. PERCY E. CLARKE, LE ROY TUTTLE. JR.. mr2G-eodt-5 Irustees. DUNCANSON BROS.. Auctioneers -VALLA HL.E inv'liit.vu Hl l'.s WITH STORES. No. 1715 15LE VENTH STREET NOllTII W EST: ALSOTII 15 1- OUR-STOR Y IIRICK, 100H EIGHTH hTRLET SOUTH EAST, AT PUULIC AUCTION, ltv tbedirection or the wner we will orfer at public auction in from of the premises, on FRIDAY, April :i. 189(5, at 1 o'clock p. 111.. lot ten (10) in Wall's subdivision of square three hundred and thirty-five f.t:r. Lot 18x95 to 10 foot alley; thn-e story brick, store in basement, ami irame staoie in rear. Last rental was $35. 82.750. iirst trust, payable December 9, 1897, is now on the property. Also on ilie same day, in front of the premises, at 5 o'clock p. in., we will sell at public auction, part of original lot six tO), square nine hundred and six (90i), lacing twenty-nine (29) feet ten (10) inches on Eighth street southeast, witli an irregu lar depth; lour-itory bricK, store in base ment. J resent and past rental lor several year.. Sao. if2.iu, Mrst trust, payable uetober 10. 1900. is now on the property. Terms ol sale- Amount over first trust, in each case, hair Cash, balance 111 three nmnihs at G per cent per annum Irom day of sale, secured bvdeeu oft rust on thepropertvsoni, or all casn at the option 01 trie purcnaser. A deposit of $200 required at time of sale. All conveyancing, etc.. at purchaser's cost. Terms of sale to be compiled with in ten davs from day or sale. nui2U.27.28,.'10,31.niil.2l.,t On FRIDAY. April. 3, 1890, at 12 o'clock noon I will sell at myatiction rooms, 942 E st. nw., two (2) shares or tin- Pet worth Real Estate aud improvement Com pany stock to the highest bidder. Terras cash. R. S. DONALDSON, ap2-2t Auctioneer. LEGAL NOTICES. NO. 6571. Administrators' D.ocumeut, il 111 theSupreme Court of the District or Columbia, holding a special term for Orphans' Court Business, April 2, 1S9G. In ihecaseor Sally M. P. Brown and Fred erick E. Chapin. administrators of the es tate of Sevetion A. Brown, deceased, the administrators a foresaid have, with the approval or the court, api.olnted Friday, the 1st day of May, A. D. 1896, at 10 o'clock a. in. for making payment maldis tribution under the court's direction and control; when and where all creditors and persons entitled to distributive shares or legacies) or a residue, are hereby noti fied to attend io person or by agent or attorney duly authorized, with their claims against the estate properly vouched; other wise the administrators will take the benefit of the law against them: Provided, a copy of this order be published once a week for three weeks in (he Washington Law Reporter and V.a.shington Times pre vious lo the said day. Test: J. NOTA McGILL. Register of Wills J or the District of Columbia. FREDERICK E. CHAPIN, Proctor np3-oav-3vv 2VO. 7110. administrator's document, 22 'litis is lo give notice that the sub scriber, of the District of Columbia, haa obtained from' the supreme court of the 1 11 strict of 1 'olumbia, homing a Special Term for Orphans" Court Business, letters testa mentary on tne personal estate oriaenevieve T. Yager, late of the District ot' Columbia, deceased; all persons having claims against the said deceased are hereby warned lo exhibit the same with the vouchers thereor, to the subscriber, on or before the 25th day of March, uext; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of the said estate. Given undermvhandtbis25th day or Alarch. 1896. FREDERICK R. "WALLACE, National Metropolitan Bank. W. W. BIRNEY, Proctor. ATTENTION is allied to the sales of the valuaole dwelling houses with stores Xos. 1715 11th st. nw., and 1003 Sth st. se. , which takes place respect ivelv at 4 and 5 o'clock this afternoon. See adver tisement in auction column for particulars. It IN THE Supreme Court or the District of Columbia, holding a special term for orphans' court business, .March 27, 189(5. In 11; estate or Aloses Todes, de ceased. No. 0625, Docket 21. Solomon Todes, administrator, has. with the ap proval of the court, appointed Fridav, the 1st day of May, A. J).. 1890, at 10 o'clock, a. m.t as the time, and the s.aid orphans' court as the place, Tor making payment and distribution, under the court's direction and control; when and where all creditors and persons entitled to dis tributive shares, or legacies, or a resi due, are hereby notilied to at lend in person, or by agent or attorney dulv au thorized, with their claimsagainstt heestate properly vouched- Provided, this order be published once in cacli of three succes sive weeks in the "Washington Law Re porter" and "Washington Times," pre vious to said duy. Test. J. NOTA AIcGILL, mr27- oaw-3t Register of Wills. IN THEE Supreme Qourt of the District of Columbia Holding a special term for Orphans' Court business; So. 6573, Docket 2i. ilarch 19, 1S96 In the case cr Jesse 11. "Wilson, administrator c. t. a., of the estate of Thomas Knowle, deceased, the administrator, c, t. a. aforesaid has. with the approval Of the court, appointed Friday, the 24th day or April, A. D., 18S6, at 1 0 o'clock a. in.,' for making payment and distribution under the court's direction and control; -when and where all creditors and persons entitled to distributive shares lor legacies) or a residue, are hereby noti fied to attend in person or by agent or at torney duly authorized, with their claims against the estate property vouched; othcr "Wise the administrator c. t. a. will take the benefit of the law against them: Pro vided a copy of this order be published once a week tor three -weeks In the "Washington Law Reporter and "Washington Times pre vious to the said day. Test: J. NOTA McGILL Register of "Wills for the District of Co lumbia. mr20-3t-ltaw SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE The public is hereby notified that, through a misunderstanding, the deal between Carl Auerbach, nw. corner 7th and H sts., and Garner & Co., whereby C. Auerbach was to occupy store ne. corner 7tli and II fits', nw., has teen declared off by mutual content, and the said paTtiea will" remain at their present stores re spectively. Signed, C. AUERBACH, S00 7th st. 11 w. ap2-3t $20 ItEWARD A reward of i?20 is ofrered lor the arrest and convic tion, or information leading to the arrest and conviction. 01 any person found im properly in possession of any lanterns, tarpaulins, picks, bars, axes, hammers, hand axes, saws, shovels, barrows, tem porary track rails, switches or frogs, or, other tools, implements or appliances, or property or material or any kind used in the business of the undersigned. For marks or identification, etc.. address E. SVXT0N. street railway contractor. Of fice, Central power, station; yard. 123 G st. ne.; telephone, 1040, Washington, D. C. rnn28rl2t-cs9un THE annual electfon or directors for the "Washington Safe Deposit Com pany will be held on the 24th day of April. A." D., 1896. SAM CROSS. Sec retary. ma25-Tmo FOR RENT ROOMS. FOBRBNT-33 N. J. avc. 11 w., 3 jur. rooms; weekly or monthly: gentle- men only. apS-Ol FORRENT-4 unfurnished 2ir-fI6or rooms; also dlning-rontn and kitchen in basement, 2(51 N st. uw. Apply to Resident Physician Homeopathic Hospital, 2d and N sts. inv. np3-.lfc FOR KENT At 014 G st. uw., fur. moms with bath, gas and heat. ap3-3t FOK HiSNT 2uurur.ri)omson2iillooi; ivitii privilege or housekeeping or meals terveo in apartments. 1114 11th st. inv. ap3-5( . FORRENT-20C A M. se., 2 rooms; . 1 tie entire 2d floor, fur. or unfur. ap3-3t , FOR RENT- eoinir.unicaiing second--blocs romiu, front a ml back; suitable for light housekeeping; good location; reason able rent.4G5 II St.. nw. ap3-3t. FOR RENT Bay window? nTnt rooms; Mines with private bath; fur. or unltir. 103 2d st. 11 w. ap3-3t FOR RENT Large and pleasant 2d story iron 1 room, with beard for two persons; summer rates. 1G18 15th st. nw. It FOR RENT I ol 4 Corcoran M., fur. or um'ur. rooms; good board can be ob- lainedjnthe neighborhood. lt FOR RENT -2 or 3 unfur., also 1 fur. 100ms, at a09 4lh. also 3 or 4 rur. or unfur. roomsatStlljsintaoleforllglilhotise' keeping. Apply at, 911 4th st. nw. lb FOR RENT 1 unfur." rooms; 2d floor! gas, hum, not and cold water; suitable for housekeeping; rent cheap. 513 N et. nw. a p2-3 1 FOR RENT Pleasant fur. rooms;" heat and gas; 5; near Capitol, Library and two lines ears. 307 A st. se. ap2-7t FOR RENT Fur. or unfur. room. 355 Pa. ave. nw. mti31-3t,cni FOR RENT 910 II st. inv., two fur. rooms, r.asonuble; hall room. muSO-51 FOR RENT Rooms and board; 1341 Q st.; two nicely fur. rooms, single or en suite, second story iront and oncK, with lirst-claas table board; private family; terms very moderate. apl-3t.eiu FOR RENT -2 unfur. front rooms: heat gas and oatn. 415 2dst. ne. ap2-3t FOR RENT-Flrst-clnssboardandgood rooms, ifiii; a month. 725 8lh st. ne. ap2-l4t FOR RENT-Three unfur rooms for liouseKcepilig, 1412 9th st. nw. a til -31. em FOR RENT 322 4 1-2 st. nw., large incciy lurnished front, room, 2d floor, balcony; with or without board; terms mod erate; also other rooms; central location; references. apl-3t FOR RENT Room. ?2wi-ek,luriiished; gas, bain, heal; private family. 800 Hst.jiw. apl-3t FOR RENT For geuUc man, one large 2d slory iront room: lur, or uniiir; near Avenue cars. 923 20th st. nw. apl-3t FOR RENT Fur. room suitable for 1 or 2 gcnticmcn; terms moderate. 1429 X..JjLi' Yi HW- . !'Il-3t FOR BENT-717 II st. nw.. uiiv, com: lortaine lur. rooms; Avilh or without board; transients. apl-3i FOR RENT Rooms; lur.: "2d Hoor; spicuvito neighlmrhood; private family; terms very reasonable. 8O3 I st. nw. ' apl-3t FOR RENT Unfur.. 2 desirable com municating rooms; with board; good location; ail nie comiorts or home; terms moderajtv 638 E. Cap. st. apl-3t FOR RENT 1 large Iront room aud large nail room; fur. GIG 1st. uw. mr3l-3l-em FOR RENT 4 uiutir. rooms; suitable lor z small fan hies; newly papered; water and gas. Apply It. B. CHASE, Umbrella Maker, 11 in St., opposite Star off ice. mh31-7t WANTED ROOMS. WANTED Ry quiet, young couple, two or three rooms m Alexandria, Va., suitaiile lor light housekeeping. Aduress, stating lowest terms and location, Z. T., this ollice. ap3-3t Wa NTED Room"; alKitit $7.00; in a private lainiiy owning a piano, that I can use. TENOR, this office. ap3-3t WANTED 3 unfur. rooms;' 2d ricof iignt nnusekteiiing; for man nnd wile; slate price. Address J. K., 821 3d st. 11 w. ap2-3t FltoroSAhS PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES F.OIL and the Naval Proving Ground . Indian Head, Aid. March 27, i89C Sealed pro posals, indorsed "Proposals tor Supplies lor the Navy Yard. "Washington, 1). C., and the Naval Proving Grounu, Indian Heao, Sid., to be opened April 14, 1896," will be received at. the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts Navy Department, Washington, 1). C, until 12 0'ciuCiiioon, April 14, 1890, and publicly opened immediately thereafter, to furnish at the Navy Yard. "Washington, D. C, a quantity of hardware, copper, zinc, brass rod, and files, and at the Naval Proving Ground, Indian Head, Sid., a quantity or lumber. The articles must conform to the Navy standard and pass the usual naval insiiection. Blank pro posals "will be turnisued upon application to the Navy Yard, Washington, D, C. The attention of manufacturers and deal ers is invited. Tie bids, all other things being equal, decided by lot. The depart ment reserves the right to waive derccts or to reject any or all bids not deemed advantageous to the government. EDWIN STEWART, Paymaster General. IT. S. N. ap3.7.10.l4 FOR SALE-Granite paing blocks Proposals will be received by the undersigned lor the whole or any part or 350,00o second-hand granite blocks from a street railway track in Washington. D. C. The blocks are or good shape, and in good condition, and run about forty-two to the square yard. Address E. SAXTON. Street Ry. Contractor, ofllcc. Central Power Station; yard, 123 G st. tie.; telephone 1040, "Washington, D .C. inb25-14tcm LOST. LOST" AboutG:30,inwashroomNational t Hotel, silver ring, engagement ring, set out; and small wedding ring, gold, initials inside. Liberal reward if left at elevator. 1420 X. Y. aye. It LOST-White fox terrier, with blackface and ring ou tail. Reward 220 2d6t. se. It LOST On March 30, a gold locket con taining six small photographs, between Garfield Hospital and 7th and Florida ave. Return to 2345 Sherman ave. Llb cral reward. , It LOST on SaUirday, March 28, Beagle hound, female, brown; 55 reward. GEORGE W. HENDERSON, 1426 9thst.nw. It LOST On Thursday, a. ni.. bull terrier; black spot on his back and black ears; answers to name or Judge. Liberal reward If returned to C. BLAND PAYNE, corner. 17th and 1) 'Bis, nw. ap3-3t LOST Sky terrier gyp, iu vicinity ot Vol ave. and 14th st. Liberal reward will be paid ir returned to McCaully's Central Stables. ltem LOST Dog; $2 reward for small brown aim tan dog, 1 months old; leathercoilar: small bare spot 011 Mde. Return to 620 K st. ne. ap2-3tem LOST Male greyhound (mouse color); tail curls on back; nickel collar. Re ward, if returned to 126 JD st. nw. ap2-3t LOST-On Monday evening, 8 p. m., on either Columbia cable car or Oth st. electric oars or Pa. ave. nw., to 10th st., 2 $5 bills. Liberal reward. M. J.C., thia office. . apl-3t LOST Hank book containing ?50, with name Hoyle & Co. over it; $10 reward for any information leading to recovery and delivery 10 HOYLE & CO.. 4th and E. Cap. St., or Detective Lacy. mh31-3teni LOST Bet. 3d st. tie. and Moses' stor age warehouse, back to B. II. Warner & Co.'s, F st., one lndy's hand bag, con taining shell pocketbooK, sum of money, gold eyeglasses and bunch of keys. Re ward if left at0283dst. ne. LOST-iro-OOO i "Kis-Me Gum cash free by the Co. Save "Kis-Me" w rappers ma2!)-7t MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN. WANTED-Siiiallamouiit of money on good papers. Address MONEY, this office. It WaNTSD-To borrow $100. on chat tels; 15 per cent. EMERGENCY, this office. It MONEY to loan in large or small amounts on approved collateral. We take Slocks, Bonds. Trusts, Building aud Loan Association Shares, Syndicate Cer tificates. Life Insurance Policies iu old line companies, Warehouse Receipts, etc. ir you wish lo reserve your bank credit; if you deem it unwise or unprovable to ask a rrie'nd to Indorse; if you have no bank account; if in a hurry, call on us. No de lay. YERKES & BAKER, 40 to 46 Metz--erott Building, 1110 F st. MONEY TO LOAN-Large sums at 5 and 5 1-2 per cent on D. C. real estate; 250, $500, $750, etc.,. at 6 pKr. cent; all transactions conducted with eco nomical consideration for borrowers. TO.' II. SAUNDERS & CO., 1407Fst.nw. mr8 MONEY.to loan at 5 and 6 per cent on District of Columbia realty; no delay ir security is satisfactory. - "WALTER H. ACKER, 704 14th Tiwt jy31-tf I'ERSOJTAriS. "aMCME. FRANCIS. Card rentier aim .nc: medium; me iiuu irum i-rauic m flirat 25. and' 50 cents. 321 East Caji fini i.. TTonrs. ! to 9. an3-7t A laud office bill CSS? Wnj SrrOUKin I wc when we rfeil sjc suits and overcoatfeiii prices it will do ydU?Ug JUS'lll'S OLD S'KANSi mr31-7t . Jp !h elemint custom tritlt, wtfrh. at 3d to contemplate. 619 D sirhw. DANCING taughtrprlvately, $1; any hour daily to 9 p. in.; class, $3. fo.e- fieht lessons: Indv teachers: nrivate resi dence; refs. Address QUICK METHOD, this' of flee. mhSJ7:7U:ni BEST lOc. LUNCH!" city Jt"t monis.'s. t'isi j-,i-!-iiw. mrai-i,eni LJtDiES' dining parlor Connected wifli tne avails diiiliigrpoms is now aga.in thrchtn open wrlvr'ijeulg' renovated r tueals m.rvcii iii the best manner at reasonable prices; 6 ceiifsTT lr ceiiw,- iu ewiWhlto special orders, ua- aim 024 F st. nw. mr2l-14t-cm . SO CENTS x0"WN -New credit sys tem; lace curtains, Smyrna rugs, por tieres, table linen, clocks, silverware, ban quer lamps, blankets', quilts, de'c6rated ulniier and loiiwt sets, teacuers Bibles, etc. Send pbstal; will bring samples. NORTHEAS1 OilEOlT HOUSE, 12lO H ne.jtipen' till 9 p. ra. 'mh5-lmo lIOF. CIjA.Y-. clairvoyant, tells your (tisosiiioh, munitions, Hopes, leurs, wishes, love aiialrs, hu.sincss.dealj, Jost or sioif'n proptrty; causes speedi marriages; brings separated together; removes speils, ivirihlluuiccs; tells everything lor fiOc; hours, 10 to 9; open Sunday. 489 II st., bet. 4 1-2 and Oth sts. sw. nihlO-lm-em BLA-XiEii).. True medium, tells lire from craoie to grave; also business aud love a tialrs; losi or stolen property; Irieuds and enemies, and how to avoid trouble; removes evil inlluetices; gives good luck, etc.: 25 and 50 cents; hours, 9 to 9. 929 II st. 11 w. mhSjl mci DK TAYLOR. 900 F st. nw., makes lull sets 01 ttcih for $5; satisfaction guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain; gold filling. SI; amalgam. 50c. sel-tf LADIES needing couiiueutiai treat ment. A safe and sure relief in all female l rouble, constipation, irregulari ties, tumor,' cancer, opiuui habit, ilslula, etc. Separate rooms tor patients beiore and during conlineuietit, uud Jind homes for infant if required. Strictly conliden lial. MRS. DR. RENNER, 10 Fourth st. ne.. near E. Capiioi at., "Washington, D. C. je3-l J.T.WALK.ERSONS..204 10thst. nw., carpet lining, felt,' lire 'brick, and clay, asoestos, paints, orushes, lime, cement, two and three-ply roofing materkil. ap21-tf SCIENTIFIC PALMISTRY "A lbblo Sciei.cc." Highest ruleioncc. From 10 to :. 7J7 18th t. mr27--Jw FOB SA LE SI ISC'ELLAN'EOUS. FOR SALE I cash icgistcr, 3 milk cans, 1 pastry case, 1 cigar case. 1 cofice urn, 1 cane i,Ker, tame'," chairs, etc.; the mine outfit 01 much room: all clean nn in good order. FURMT1JUE EXCHANGE, 320 & M st. 11 w. It FOR SALE ?30.00;soniid,gen7ieand goo.i uin.nK nurse. Aooress 101 L st.iiw. it FOR SALE-At 0111-rourlh lalue.two Hci si-c.'ii.-..,iud oouoie Concord wagon harness; two sei. coupe; two set oi toacti. The HILL HAiyfESa FACTORY, 218 10th st. t H FOR SALETIiree-yearoid gelding; line miMu.ei , MS 1-2 hands high; sounu; cheap. At J. j. GAVINS Staii.e-5, i3o7 1-th SI-.UW. ap3-3t WANTED To sell an Interest In a patent 101' sonic 'ground down im the Pot.toi;.. iaer. Aiorusss. K., tlilsoflicc. up3-7f ' "' ' 1 FOR SALE Nation storey counter,.. siK-ivih'g, suu weaves', organ, stove. 1;)5 10th. st. nw. ap3-3t FOR Sja-Lifl ll.TlJ.in bees; 20 to.onies, in icn ii..y Lliu'gatrotlilJivcsatirom $5 to 7 j.er ioipn"y. ;,FAYETTE .101IN SQN.,214 A M..HC. ..,.,. . , ap3f4t . FOR SALE-Ltghli icliieiy wagon cheap, near Of .433 N.-Y. avo. uw. ap3-2t I . FOR SALE-Darrooin. in a' good in- canty; license guaraiiieeo; price mod erate. Address R, 1". Q., Hits orrlec. ap2-2t-em ?.?.,'..'' FOR SALE-One .jump-seat Surrey, exceucjii condition, $t5. AddressRomn 8, 612 F st. nw. i,; aj)2-3l.eui for s ALErrr; cnmiigt Jtno lotogniptfs'.foT, QO, cents. 1 im st. 11 w. afi2..u-eni FLYNN. 1914 FOR SALE-Georgia and Virginia.pine liimncr; one hoisting engine. NEW CORCORAN GALLERY OF ART. ap2-3l-em FOB SALE-Fiveorten gatlonsormilk daily; give reference. 11. BR1CKERD, Glcnndale, Aid. ' ' :ip-2l-em FOB S AIE-Fox marued and bred. terrier- nun.:. well 32115 0 st. nw. - - .ap2.3t FOB SALE Keyboard lKlBtftn'st. nw. ' organ, S10. tl2-atr FOR SALE 2 copper soda rountafns, holding about 2-1 gais. each: just tinned and as good as new; enclosed In iron frames. To be seen at A. BERGER'S store, 1108. E ,st. nw,, ap2-3t. FOR SALE News stand and cigar store nxtures for sale, cheap. Apply. W. MORRIS, Hotel Vendomc, 3a and Pa. ave. itp2-7t . FOR SALE -Cheap, a cart suitable tor mulling coal or dirt. Apply bcrore. 10 a. m. at No. 940 24th st. nw. ap2-3jt FOR SALE-Oak bar fixtures and ice box; 1 large safe. Apply W. u.. this of Hce. ap2-3 1 FOR SALE CHEAP HOUSES AND LOTft-i ial C st. ne., 5 rooms, $1,400; 153 N st.se.. Grooms, $75; 107 Quander .t. ,se., 5 rms., S650; E st. -ac.. 5 rms., $900. JOHN F. DONOHOE, 308 East "Capitol st. apl-3lem -FOR SALE Runabout buggy, sharts, iirewsicr pole, and double set harness, all nearly new. Address BUGGY, this office. apl-3t,em FOR SALE Cheap, nu I. K. L. wind mill, in perrect order; can De seen at 3210 Brightwood ave. mil 31 -It-em FOR S ALE Wood oil route, wagon, nurse ami Harness; good chance for a live man; for sale on account of leaving city. Address J. TIL, 1227 10th. st. uw. mh31-3t-em FOR SALE-Violin; Ilutr muke me after o o'clock. 016 I uw. mh31'3t-em See FOR SALE-Stylish square piano as owtieris aoout'to remove fromthe city; will sacrifice for 75; easy imyments; also a large;' gentle horse; only $50. 1S41 14th st. mr31-5t FOR SALE Stock and fixtures in grocery;, good trade .In fnj its,; "good laundry business. Call at 1 133 11th st. nw. mr3l-7t FOR SALE A Brewster buggy with 1 tinner tires -for sale: can be seen at- Tally Ho Stables, 9th aiitl O streets nw., where iulL particulars will- be furnished. mr21-tf FOR SALE Twenty-five or thirty case rrames for composing room; a mimberor type cases. Address FRAMES, this office. mri2-tf FOR SALE OR RENT-A variety of carnagesv buggies, wagons and horses: several Jobs !on storage 'that We are' ordered to sell. 927 D st.nw. ,mr7-lmo BUSINESS C if A'NCES. FORSALEOneoftlieflncs'teqilipped dtning-raoms in the city; rirst ciass In all its appointments; "rec-01pts$40 to 6 5ii per oa.y -and incFCiisipg; nest location; will sell low aiid'givc shflSfnct6r.y"reasons for selling. TOWSON & JONES, old 10th st. nw. 1 ..-... ftp3-3t; FOR SAXiE Must be sold. atonce liusiness property; former price, $13, 000; Will sell now ror 0,000; 1137 7th 'St: nw.;"large store and dwelling; 3-story, 15-room liripk; lot 23x110 feet, running back to wide alley; -stable 'in re.ir. A. S. CAMWOOD, 933 Otltst.nw. mli31-3t,em FOB SALE-Best payiug grocery slore in nw,; stpek, lixtures and license of first-class' salobii; cen'l rally locatetl and doing goqd.buslncss'valso:yjumlor of snvill stores, restaurant's, much counters, cigar stores, etc. T. O. JLNDERSON & CO.'S BUSINESS EXCHANGE," 911" G' st. nw. mr29-7t HOARDING. T3E-TE-M::p:L.A:R- one square from Capitol; excellent .ooard nnd rooms; from! $4 to 6 per week. 207 Pa. avc. . nir28-7t TSE'TAHPA. 733 9th st. nw.. near most of tjie- departments; good foonis; table'aud service ai lb wcstTates.-mr28-7t THE RA.NDOLPH. 221 and 223 E. Capitol St.; a first-class boarding house; good rooms; table aud service. ' '' "vY AN T EDBTO tr&E5." W'ANTED 2uiet couple would rent small house with responsible party. A. D'.. thisoffice. ap3-3t W , NTED A. 0 or 7 room cottage near " Washington, with good lot; must be cheap and convenient to railroad; state Tarlci. T. TJi-Vt;tfris-bfrfce'.-"'l-J rrpP-St- FOB RENT-HODSEfl. FOR RENT Mount Pleasant, one block from cars; new house, southern exposure; rooms and board. Address l'ni"i'iiBAF, this office. lt.ein tnuisw- ihren lilncl.- from street car House; three blocks from street car Jines; S6 per month. R. D. RUFFIN. 524 10th st., cor.F. aiil:3tjni FOR RENT 27 F st. nw., Htore'and uwcuiug; eiglrt rooms and stable. T. BROSSNAN, Cor. N. J. ave.. and G st. nw. up2-6t FOR RENT No. 444 Q Rt. nw., house arranged for two families; six rooms; back building, halls, water, gas, bath, lntrobe, large yards, front and back: rent, S18.50. Open for inspection. npl-3t r FOR RENT-Large hotel, 40 rooms, near railroad station; spienam oppor tunity ror summer boarders; Forest Ulen, Aid., on Metronblltaii branch: hour's drive (. frgm Washington; only S45O per season. A. 13. UA X WOOD, 5M3 UtU St. I1W. mli31-3t-etn FOR RENT House No. 221 F st. nw., near U. S. Pension Orrice; G rins.; mod. imps.: deep yard to alley. D. CONNELL, 223 A st. se. mli31-3t-em FOR RENT- Only $5.50; 5-rm. frame, with. Potomac water, on Turner st. ne. Apply 10 AUG.H. "WIENEKE. 1502 Turner st., near Bladensburg road ne. mhl 4-1 mo FOR RENT At Brooklaiid, 7-roora frame collage, with modern improve ments; 2 square., from electric cars. In quire 1. 6. HOLLIDGE, care Saks & Co., ci t y; mhl2-,f SITUATIONS WANTED FEAI ALU. WANTED -Cook and general house worKcr at 929 9th st. nw. It "VV ANTED By industrious girl, a place a cook., or general house servant, iu smad family; willing to travel. Apply 24.38 17th si. extended. It W.-NTED-A lady with Invalid hus band, would like plain sewing or mending gents' clothing. Address HEW ING, this ofilce.. It WANTED Dy young respectable col- uicifciii place as chambermaid or light housework or nurse. Call 1900 10th st. lor two nays. It WANTED- By experienced seamstress suvingiodo;niiklndsiieatly;25c.aday; rcfSj Aiiurcs Al. A..thIsoince. 11 WANTED-Colored girl wants a place us cnuttiocrmaid or to do plain cooKing. 911 lltii st. nw. it VV AN Till x 1'iace as cook or etiamber maiu; oest refs. Address LIZZIE T0LMER. loo. R. I. ave. lt.em W--.N'X'i By reliaoie colored girl, place as .o!k in small ramiiy. or gen eral housework. Address 5U0 O st. nw. lt.em WANTED-!))' color..-d girl, place as ciianiin.-iiu.iiii or nurse in small ratnilv. AddresU S1ARY LEWIS, 1706 E St. nw. lt.em WANTED-Place for laundry work aim noitscwork; good rer. Address 144S P st. inv. lt,cm Wj. NTED By respectable colored wo man, w.i.nlng to 00 at home, or gc out at day's worK. Address MRS.Pkau, U0U Q st. nw. It-em "WANTED I'osilion with dressm: naker'j ress Al. I Item lytyn? 1 to .-.ew on waist- orsKirts. Aonre E.Ii.,7 I 7 jiiio.te isian 1 ave. WANTSD-A11 expert young iaily type- rut-f, wi.o writes mptdty irom dicta tion, desnes position; oest rets, given. Ad dress TYPEWRITES'!", this ouiee. ap2-3t,etu WANTEO-Hy a colored gin.agetl 1 8. a place us chambermaid or iii;uu ciok; good refs. Address 101:1 U St. inv. ap2-3t WANTED-Wasliiiig todo by dayornt dome. Lall430-t 1-- si.sw. aiil-3t,em VANTED-Copying or clerical work jr any kind by middle-aged lady with unexeejiiionuoie rets.; small .salary. Ad dress RAPID WRITER, this office. inh-'b-7t,em MISCELLANEOUS. CAItl'ETS AND ItEGS CliEANKU tolorsrefctored; terms reason.i tile; satis faction guaranteed. W. L. ilU.VDA X, 635 G st. 11 w. ap3-3t GO to White Dros.. 300 Center .Market, for niarhellzeii Easter eggs. It .aEA.IiS by experienced caterer served in an jmrts 01 city; 10 per month. V. X.. this office It TRY RUBBER ROOF PAINT. VK .STOP ALL LEAKS FREE 'and charge onlv for panning; Mrk g tiara 11 teed. .NAT. itUHUER ttOOFPAIM' CO. ll'Si Sliest, nw. "WANTED- Collect ion of 1.000 foreign sisiinps or over; must be guaranteed genuine; state number and price. COL- LECTOR.this office It ST will buy a good set of cart har ness. 47o C m. nw. lt TV. D. GLENN watchmaker and jeweler, ot -io' yin st. nw., has moved to 1:21; jiihl across the street. upl-3t LESSONS in oil painting and elocution 0y two 01 the best artists m Washing ton; 35c per lesson. Address ARTIST. tlds ortice. api-3L J. O. RTJSSEL. teacher of guitar. 730 ltii st. nw., alter 4 p. in. inr31-7t 33. B. CHASE AND CO. 411 11th St.. opposite otar oiiuc. cover and re pair umbrellas; the only place in the city wnere you .au get a line parasol coveren. lined and made toorder: best workandnodis appointiuents. nir31-7t MRS. M. W. HARRINGTON .fashionable uressiiiaKing; uiiesi styles; perfect fit. 702 9th st. nw. nia30-7t RID your house of bedbugs, roaches, ants, lieas and flies by using Vermicide; con tains no gasoline, benzine, or deadly poisons. Others fail Vermicide never! For sale by C. C. Bryan. 14J.3 N. Y.ave. 11 w. N. "W. Hurciieli, 1325 F st. nw. John H. Magruder. 1122 Conn. avc. nw. John S. Cisscl. 1014 7th st.nw., and all reliable grocers. nih28-7t-ein 200.000 rolls of wall paper; all grades: wholesale and retail; rooms and houses papered at lowest prices. 733 9th st. ixvr. inrl9-lm L SPEINGMANN'S Express Office. ro. !)ji 11 si. nw.; hauling of all de scriptions; iron Kifes. boilers and ma chinery placed in position; general storage in separate spaces; furniture, pianos aud all kinds of goods packed ror shipment; telephone No. 263. nir5-lino PIANOS moved by experienced men. 2. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO.. 323 4 1-2 st. nw. 'Phone 1566. febl6-tr FURNITURE moved;" largest 2-horse load m the city, $2.50; experienced handlers. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO.." 323 4 1-2 st. nw. 'Phone 1506. fel6-tf "WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. "W NTED To borrow $50 on firt classcnaiiels. IMMEDIATE, thisoffice. It WANTED-To buy a butter route; or a Biumi in one of the markets; state all particulars; must be cheap. Address i'OUNG MAN, thia office. 1 1 WANTED To buy good bay horse, meuiuin Height, 6 or S years old; sound and gentle; also light wagon 8 feet long, with top; cash will ne paiu; must Ik- reaou able price. Address this orrice. ap3-3t "WANTED To buy one 30 or 40-quart ice cream freezer. 1905 7th st nw. ap2-3tem WANTED-A lady without children wouia like to take house with party; southwest; at once. Call 12114 1-2 st. aw. 1 tem WANTED-To-borrow $100 on chat tels. EMERGENCY, this office. It WANTED-Medium sized sofa: must oe cheap. Address P. M. C, Box 543, city postbftlcc. ap2-3 1 WANTED 2 pool tables. D., this office. Apply "W. ap2-3t WANTED Four shad nets and two boats. Aiircss FISH, this orfice. It W NTED Persons having spring painting to do will find it to their interest to call on or address the reliable, established painter, JAMES A. GLENN, 404 Mass. ave. n w. ma 29-1 at WANTED The "Kis-Me" Gnm Co. is going to give away $5,000 in cash; ask your dealer for circular. ma20-7t W NTED Private pupils; 40 cents per hour. WOOD'S COMMERCIAL COLLEG E, 311 E. Capitol i-t. mh2tr-lm-cm W " NTED Ladiesto have thcirdresses "made for 5.00, at Madam Hyatt's, 908 New York ave., perfect fit. Agent Baughman'sadjuslableoresssystcm,&.00. ma21-l mo WA- NTED Cut this out and get 1,000 neat business cards printed; only 51. B. L. HAYS, 1221 M st. ne. mh9-lm-em WAN'TED AGENTS. BIG mone- to seir Brnham Fountain Peris. Apply R. W. TOWNSEND, 1605 10th st.nw. It WANTED-Responsible dealer may make good terms ror the- agency of the Meteor bicycle in Washington; high grade, and is. not cquateu in oeauty. METEOR CYCLE CO., 297 "Wabash ave., Chicago. ap2-3t,em WANTED Agents wanted for the Bra ham Fountain Pen Company. R. "W. TOWENDSONv 1605 10th St.- nw. It HELP WANTED MAX7E. WaNTISD-Tw white barbers; one steuuy auo. one ror Saturday; apply at once. New National Theater Barber Snop. WaNTED-5 flrslrckiBs clothing sales men. Apply 1.1 a. m. 1003 Pa. ave. It WaNTKO-A good barber for -sat-iirua. Apply 503 G at. nw. It WjiNTJSD First-ciass Journeyman baror lor Saturday. .Apply, this, day 948 N. Y. n.ve. It W NT-tflO -First-class, white, burner. A'ppiy Washington Loan and Trust bar- ber shop. ... . It W i NTED Boy, with some experience in running job press;- 50 cents a lay. Call at 437llth st.nw. lt V" ANTED Single young man, German preferred, as grocery clerk; must under stand cutting mii aim have best reis. Address Y. X. B., tbU office. ll.eru WaNTD-A man who understands baking aim ice eicam making and to make lumseir generally usetul; one who is willing to -work for a totorcu firm. Ap ply arter 4 p. m., DEL.MO KOONtE. 190.. 7th st. nw. ap.l-3t-em WANTED- YoungraaiiwilhexFcrience to worK in dairy. Address CELY GROVE DAIRY, 138 Spring st. apl-2t-cm WaNTED-A good clothiijg salesman; must have lefereuees- 'Apply to TEN- NILLE. . apl-3t w - NTED A I once, first-class bushvl- meii. SNIDERY WOOD, lLliPa.ave. nw. apl-3l Wj NTED A couple of first-class bushelmeu. SNYDER & WOOD, 1111 Pa. ave. 11 w. apl-3t WNTjSDt A boy who has had ex perience in Ice cream making and for general work. 355 Pa. ave. nw. mh31-3t-em HELP WANTED-FEMALE. Wa NTED ICxperiehceiL "attractive young woman to attend soda rountniti. Appiy w.N MAuCBE, 314-316 7Hi st. ap3-3t WANTED- girl for light liouse ivuih, "vi.o can cook; muststay mgiits; city references. 712 3d si. nw. 1 1 Vs. NTED White girl or middle aged ' woman tor general Housework. 1311 F si. ue. It WANTED Immediately, mulatto ......1.... v. a'-si-ji wun ciiiiiuber work, and 10 wihIi and iron; references required; call evening omy 7 to b;3U p. in. 15-10 1 7th st. It - WaNTD- Coloreil cook, who is will ing 10 m with lainiiy to seasnore during summer. 61 4 13th st. nw. It W.NTD Colored cook, washer, and iroiier; a 111 lamny; also chambermaid. 614 13th st. nw. 1 1 W . NTED Experienced white nurse for one ciiiid; good wages. 61-t 13tb st. nw. It W NTED 5 women to stay nights. 1.Mr. A10RE, 3U0USt. It "WNTED--(drirrgeneral housework; no washing or ironing; call after y O'ClOCK. lf.-i-l t'tn.st. nw. It w jrsrx,tmj coiunino ior iai 01 ii:ir-ur ojiera; tenors an for ch'iru; u-e-sona grans. 03 room 2J. K-ailing part nu uatsed 31 F St., room -it. it, em V JN'x'iJD - oiorco .oy lor lii.ti.-ewf.rk an riiii:. 4;:. nth .-i.nw. lL-'m "W ISTjSf) Woman to cook, wash and Inm; ai-..t nea uiri in nursr; hoiti nwt jstay ai nigni and iirmgrirst-ciarf rers- At luy i.6 itsi hi. nw. Item WANTED-Colored gir: lor general nou-ieworic; bring ref. Addres.-. 33 C st. ne. lt.em WANTED -White girl over 1 years 01 use a.- cierK in iiostorrice; City ref. Call at Good Hoik: Postorfice, U. C. ap'U WANTED immediate!, white cuam ,r!i,i.,i,i who wot aiso wait at table; refs. required. 1737 Riggs place. ap2-3t WANTED - GeneraiUouse worivT;snaII iiimuy; ;tt once; bring reis.; donotcome unless you waintoifori.. 911Fla.ave.uw. ap2-3t WANTED-A young lady with knowl- cucf vi irClisiou c.;i mis, typewriter preferred; saiiiry S4 per week to begin. AddrtHS, staling age, CLAIMS, this otnee. ap2-3t W. NTiJD A woman cook in iesUiu rant; only those with restaurant ex perience neen appiy; state where last era ployed. Address RESTAURANT, this office apl-3i-cm Wa"TED-2 Birl, orphans, lor HRht Iiouj-cvh; gems hcme ami Kinu treat ment will be given. Aodress HOAIE, this offictN apl-3t-era WANTED-Tffo good tailori-sses; one on new work ami one on repairing. Apply, at once, E. HORGAN, oUti K st. nu.: south side Xsouut Yeruon Square. . apl-3t HELP WASTED-MALE fEMALE. AJN'D WANTED Cooks, chambermaids, bcli boys, general nonseworkers. drivers and heip or all kind, white and colored. NATURAL, EMPEOXMENTAuENC 1.512 lOtlt st. nw. ap3-2t ALL kinds of help furnished free of cnnrgcMrsMOORE, 306 G st.nw. It STALE and female help furnished-; iii'si-ciass refs. 1457 Saiuon at. It SITUATIONS WANTED-MALE "WANTED-By colored man place as uriver; good rets. Address JOHN COOPER, loo I st. nw. It WANTED-By young man. position to learn the undertaking business. Ad dress LEARN, this onice. It WANTED-Yoang German, speaks r.ugiksu. willing to work; sober and steady; desires position about saloon. Call or aduress E. WUKRFEL. 304 10th St.lW; 1 1 WANTED-By young white man place as driver or attend stock. Addresa 213 Ya. ave. sw. It WANTED Employment, byyoungman wno nab nad experience in real estate office, and as typewriter; is willing to make Iiimelf generally useiul. R. E. G., this office. It-cm WaNTBD-A young man, with Tire years" extierlence at soda fountain, de sires position of any kind; refs. lurnisned. Address SODA, thi office. Item WANTED-By young man. 24. a po sition of trust or eierWiip; -willing to accept small compensation to start; best rets. Address "W. A. M., this ottice. lt.em WANTED-Young man desires situa tion ou elevator or helper in -jewelry store; can fur. rets. Address C. K. M., this office ap2-3t WANTED-A young man with tirst ciass reis., would like a place in a wholesale house, or would drive light wagon. Address Box 50, this office. apl-3t-em WANTED-Expert bookkeeper and stenogrgpher desires permanent posi tion; highest references. Address II. It. A., this orrice. uih31-.-t-em WANTED-By an experienced meat cutter, position in store or market; good rer. Address MEAT CUTTER".' this office. . mh 30 -It-em FOB EXCHANGE. WANTED-To exchange a very de sirable -well-improved farm of 330 acres, in Virginia", tor a house in "Wash ington, or suburbs; the farm is convenient to two rallroaxis; churches, schools-, etc. Address PRINCE EDWARD, this office. ap3-4t FOR EXLCHANGE-Ueautiful resi dence at Takoma Park, D. ? unin cumbered; on steam cars and trolley; large grounds; line sh'ade; In exchauge for house nw. ; will assume some Incumbrance or pay difference. Address TAKOMA, this office. ap2-3t FOR EXCHANGE-A nice 5-room house in the best part of sw in ex change for a good lot in the se. Apply at 422 2d st. sw. mh2-7tem FOR DENT DICYCLE STOTtE. FOR KENT Bicycleshop with trooms; S15 only, fnqulre 501 11 st. nw. nih31-3t,em TY AXTED-BOAR DEHS. WANTED-Boarders wanted; com fortable home; $4 per week. 636 H st. sw. ap2-3t WANTBD-1 or V. gentlemen to boanl; pleasantly fur. 2d story room; small family; reasonable terms. 1S06 Kingman place nw. ap2-3t AMUSEMENTS. COLUMBIA ACADEMY. The cyclius craze. Ono of thes"ghts at YashinRton. Cycling taught on a 1.000 ft. floor. Competent instructors. Charges small. Music every eyeninff. 'lt and P streets. J. HartDrittain. Mgr. Take fc trect 1 cars. ASTUSESIENTS. ICE PALACE convex rio?r haxl. 1 1 - LAST WEEK BUT ONE OF THE SEASON'S Every afternoon at 2 o'clock. Everyeven ing except SInnday and Tuesday), at 7fKi o'clock, bpccial uioruliig" classes Irom 10 un til 1 o'clock daily. AD31ISIO, 35 CENTS. SPECIAL! Wednesday Evening, April 8th, GRAND MASKED CARNIVAL BENKflT OF THE Washington EbiI&wiiisiiI Foil ol Tin Home For Incrtles. AD3IISSION- 75 Cenla Keserved Seals ....SLOO Bo.xeis containing seats S1O.0O The Event of the Skating Season. NEW NATIONAL TH2ATES. Evening at SI Sa - .Mat. ari IvIXTH AKKUAL TOIJU CF MR. iE. H.SOTHERN (Under Management of Daniel Frohman.) In Dauie! Krol'iuan'j Greatest Lyceum Theater Success THE PRISONER OF ZENDA. Prices Si0. $U. $1.00, 50c. 23c. -I EXTRA-NEXT WEEK. JULIA MARLOWE-TA?ER ROBERTTABER. Thursday .Night.. AH YOU" LIKBrc Friday Msnr.KlMx iirK Tiisifuuiirii Saturday .Matince..TIIi; LADY OF LYOKH Saturday Kight TWELFTH .NIGHT Seats Now Selling. Regular Prices. A LLEN'S GRAKD OPERA HOUSE. WEEK OF JIAP.CH 30 -Matinee Saturday it (.1 m A (A P i3 at HUH OF KB I By GEN. FELIX AGmJS, M Lonia Malluy. The Greatest Casr and Best Staged AYar Drama Ever P esented. a Next ) THE H1.NRK H- GKANlSirEKA Week. $ CO. IN KKPEKTOllii. Lafayette SquareRl STEffi Me?frg. C. B. JEKKhRSoN, KL.VW.fc EIU LANGERliave the uouor to announce ;h appearance ol MISs ADA REHAN and Mr. aUGUSTI.n DALY'S Company. This (Friday) nighr. SCHOOL FOR SCAN DAL ; Saturday matir.ee. Countess Gueki; Saturday evening. Tm.nr of The Shrew. Production. und-.-r tke ucr-iial direetioa of Mr.AUUUSTlN DALY SPECIAL. THE SALE Ob SLATS FOB ROB ROY, to be given week or Ap- 1 8 by the Whitney Opera Company, IS NOW OPEN. ItEGFEAR PRICES. METZEROTT HALL. the STODDARD fpr raw LECTURES fm TONIGHTATS J, AND j Tomorrow Evening. j TINOPLE April6.7.S-NAPOLEON. RaserTed Seats. TSe. aud $1. at MetzerotL'3. ADMIdaiON bUc. ACADEMY Prices 2.1, .IO. 7."Ic and l-00u Wed. and Sat. Mats, -o anil ofe reserved. Mat. Sat 25 and 50c. HIS ABSENT BOY The Cojepaxv Frederic Pond. FrankTan neliil .jr.. Max Fijrmar. th.aro Barbary.l abclle t'oe. Kath- rine Gr.iy. Harriet S;ertiny, Louisa Eldrfdge Miss Willart and others. JOSEPH MTU "AGAYOLDBOr Kernan's Lyceum Theater. All Tbw Week. THE FAMOUS RENTZ-SANTLEY Novelty and Burlesque COMPANY. Up to dat and better than ever. Se- LIVING PICTURES -SSl NEXT EEK-Irwin Bro.' BIG SHOW -rjTJBl GLEE AND BJ.ZSTJ'O CLUBS. concert xJniversalist Church, Corner Kth and Lst. n. w. JIONT AY. APRIL tJ. at S-S i. m. PATRONESE3. Mrs. Henry B. Erowu, Mrs. "W. J. Koanlman, Mrs. Wm. H. Claset. Mrs. John Dalacil. Mr:. George Fraser, Mr, li 3t. llallaa det. Mrs. John Hay. Mrs. Arnold Hague, Mr3.Anua G- Hunt. Mrs. X. S. Lincoln Mra. David R. McICee. Mrs. G. W. Me Lanalian. Mrs. Jainc McMillan. Mrs. George Shiras. Mrs. Georgts Peabdy AYet more. Mr-". W. C. WUittcmore, Mrs. E O. AYoIcott. Seats on sale Monday. March 0. at Metzcr ott's Music Store. 1110 F at- "FROM GYPSY TEST TO PULPIT." A THRILLING LECTURE CY ax WSV mrai In the METROPOLITAN CHURCH. Four-and-a-half and C Street-. GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 3, at. 8 p. mi Tickets. PO cents. Reserved. 73 eenti. For sale at Purcell's. ith street, and a: the charcli each evening. Sale of Seats FOR HiNRICHS' BraiOpraCflffliiiy NOW IN PROGRESS at the liox office, Alloa's Grand OjicraH- use. Prices. St .CO. 51.00, 7Cc, 50c. and. -5c. Bosea fl2.COandS10.00; SKATING