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THE MOEN1N& TIMES, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1896. BATE.IIO ADS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. STATION" CORK' It K- SIXTH AND B STREETS. In Effrct Jimuury O.J800. X0.30 -A.. HI. PENNSYLVANIA LIM ITED. ruiitttuu Sleeping, Dinhi:, Smok ing, ami Oh.ervnison cars, Harnsburg lo rhliJiEo, Cincinnati. imnanupoiis, St. Louis, Uct eland, and Toledo. Uurfel Parlor Car to HarrUburg. 10.30 .&. ii. . i-Afci iJNE Pullman buim l titr v.r lo liurrisburg. Parlor ami ln.mg ur HarriM.urg iu I'jtlfchurg. 3.40 X. JM. - HICAUO AftlJ feT.LOUiS ICAl'lti-jo rullniai IJunci Parlor Car xo HJJn-..trg. nei ping ami Dinmg Cars Hurriri.ur;; u St. Luui, Cincinnati, Louis ville, ana lldcngo. 7.10 . 11. "WESTERN EXPRESS. l'uiiiiiaii . .v-,ing Car to chica.eo ami Harnsburg n Cleveland. Uinmg Car lo Chicago. T.10 f. M. SOUTHWESTERN EX i'li.i . . - H.maii ijiecimig ami Dining Cars to St. Louis, ami bleeping Car Har nsburg to Cincinnati. 10.40 JL-. J3rX. PACIFIC EXPRESS. Pullman .stepping Car to Pittsburg. 7,50 A. Jii. ior Kane, nuaiicaigua, Loti-c . r -! Niagara Palls, uaily, ex cept sJuaoay. lO.ao A- 2il. TorEIniira and Rcnovo, naiij, iXwi.i n.r.oay. 1 or i iiliainiorl, daily, 3.4u p. m. 7.10 r- ct.-ui HJiamsport, Rochester, l.uiiii.o. . i,x. Niagara ta.it, daily, extent Katuruay. wnli Mcipitig tar t&.-iimgiun to iujeiisioii Biluge, via liullalo. 10.40 if. 111., lor Lne, tananiraigua, Rochester, Buffalo and Niagara Falls dally. Mt'cplugc a r Washington iMEImira. For l'lilludelptihi, New York uiid tlie EuuL. 4.00 P. IB!:. "CONGRESSIONAL LIM iiLi. aiy, all Parlor Cars, lyitii Dimug Car rtom isutlmort. RegutSt at 7-ti.- iUu.uik Can, v.-'o. y.oo. lu.oo, (Dining Car), and 11.00 (Dining Car irom Wlinimgion) A. M. 12.45, 3.15, 4.20, G.40. 10.00 an.t 11.3a P. At. On nunday, .05 (Dining Car), -uo.v.CO, 10.o. turning can.li.ou 4Dining tttt Irani Ytiimiuguin) A. M., 12.i;. .i.io, -i.o, 6.40. lO.uo and 110 , 1'. AI. 1-or l'l;ilaaililua onlv. Fast Express, 7.00 A. AI. weekday. Express i2.i."i wivk days, r.oi and 0.4O 1. AI. daily. 1-or ixtcion without change, 7.00 -. M. week days and 3.15 P. AI. daily. - Tor iutimore. G.2."i, 7.00,7-20, 7.50, 0.00, 10.00, 10.30, 11.00. and 11.50 A. At.. il.. i.iC, 1.U1, a. 15, "s.io, (4.00 LltlilUdl. -t.LO, 4-3G, 0.4U, COO, G.10. 7.10. lo.oo. iu.40. li.io, and ll.:iB r. AI. On Sunday. 7.00, 7.20. y.oO, l.u0, 10.05, 10-30, 11.00 A. AI.. 12.10. 1.15. 2.01, 3.10. 3.40. 14.00 Limited). 4.1I0, 0.40, O 00. G.40. 7.10. lO.UO. 10.40 anil 1 1.35 i'. AL For roit" b .ii-e; Line. 7.20 A. AL, and 4.30 1. AL, daily, except 5Ullday. For Anna 1 ote, i.-u, Ji.OO A. AL. U.lo iud 4.2ti 1'. AI. uaily, cxcejil Sunday. Sunday!-, 0.00 A. AI. and 4.20 P. AI. Atlantic toast Line, -l'londa Sia-cJ;.!" .or Jaclonviileand 81. Auiuilut', 10.48 P. M. woeli d;iys. Exprub) Jur kicaiiHinil, jKjiiiliiin -T.u.i..lir to:w L.1111, i.:so A. AL. 3.40 P. AI daily. kictiinoiid and At lanta. b.40 i. xi. uaily. luumiouu only, 10.57 A. AI. week davs. For OM I't-uii coimori with Parlor Car, 10.57 A. AI . week nays.- Accoinniodatii) for tiuantico, 7.45 A. AI. daisy, an 1 4.-5 P. AI. weekdays. For .i,iXii,grw, -j.jU, 0...., ..10. S.-iO. it.40. 10.0., 11.00 A. AI., 1-JS.O, 1:40, 3.20, - .:., . .U. G.o7. G.lo, t.V, In. til, and 11.3. P. M. Ou Sunday at 4.ou, ..40. Wi - . AL, .40, G.IO, fe.U uiid , 10.10 P. AI. Ustvv As. -.jiSria for IVa&liingioii, G.00, C.43. 7.0.7. a.oo, y.10, 10.10, 10.U& A. AL. I.00, 2.10. 3.O0. j:j, 0.00, 0:30, G.13, .".lit., ..0. y.10. 10.5, ai:d ll.Oft -P. Al. On .-umiay at G.43, y.10. 10.2b A. AL. .10, OJU, 7.00, 7.0, 0.10, and ltl.Oi: p. in. Ticket oflui's corner Fifteenth and G irevii, aim ji me .-aation, sixth and 11 ttreett, where order can he lelt for the checking or hHKase lo destination from hotels and rcsiueuc.es. S. AL 1'UEVOaT. J. E. WOOD, uei;. Ak.iiger. Gen. Passenger AgenL BALTIMORE AND OH1 RAILROAD. Schedule m effect Alarcli 10. 1896. Leave W.isnington Irom station corner of New Jersey r. venue and C siieel. For Chicago and Northwest. Vcstlouled Limited trams 11.30 a. ni., S:05it. m. For Cincinnati. St. Louis, aud Indianap olis. Vesnhulcd Limiled 3.40 p. 111., ex press 12 10 night. For rittshurg and Cleveland, express daily 11-30 a. ni. and S:40 p. iu. For Ljxington and Staunton. 11-30 a. iu. For Wineiiester and way stations. h5. 80 p. 111. For Luray. Natural Bridge, Roanoke, Knoxville, I'tiaitanooga, Alcruphis, and New Orleans, y 10 p. m. daily; bleepmg cars tii rough. Foi Luray. 3 40 p. ni. dally. -IU 1.UUI,) , !! p. III. UUIIJ. "or Dailiiuoie. week days, 5:00, G:30, 00. x7 lo. X7.30, x8:0u, 8:30, x&:30: 0.0u.xl2-00a.m.;xl2 05, 12:10, x3:00. i-or jsauuuoie, x7 xlO 3.20. X428, 4.32. x5:00. x5:10. x0:30: 5:30. xG.0, G 30, x8:00, 8:10, x9:20; 11:10. xll:00. p. m.; and xl2:01 night. Sundays. x7 00.x7.10, & 30,x9:00,xlo:00 a. m.; xl.05. xl2:35, 1 00, x3:00, 3:20, 4:32. x0:00. xO 10, G:30, xb:00, x9.20: 11:15. xll 50, p. iu., xl2 01 night. ForAuapoiis.7.10andS.30a.in.; 12 10 aud 4 3 p. 111. Sundays. 8.30 a. m., 4 32 p. 111. For Frederick. a!'.00,ull:30 a. m.,el. 10. b4:30. 00:30 p. m. F.ir Jlagerslo wn. bll 30 a. in., and bO-30 p- iu. For IJoyd and way points, weekdays, 9.00 a. 111.. J.30, O:20, 7 05 p. m. Suudajs, y.-OO a. 111.. 1:10, 7:00 p. in. For t'aitnershurg and way points, week days. 7 00, 9:00 a. m., 12 00, 3:00, 4:30; 4.33. 0.30, 0.30. 7:00, 11:30 p. 111. Sun days. y-00 a. 111., 1:10, 0 30, 7:05. 10 20 p. m. For Washington Junction and way noints. !:00 a.. 111.. cl;10 p. iu. Express trains 1 slopping a 1 principal -stations oaij.ojao, b0:0 p. in. ROYAL ISLLE LINE FOR NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA. All Ira 11. s i!iiiminaud witti Piniscii light. For Phiia.lcipiiia.New York. L0M011 and the liist. h-k hijs, 7:00, i-:o0. HO 00 a. in. Dining Can, 12:00. 3:00, (0 00 Dining Carj,-:oup.iii. (12:oi night. SleejnugCar open at lo: o o'clock 1. Sumlaja, (7:00 DiunigC;iri,(!:Oa.in.DiningCar),i 12:30 Dining rar,.3:00. I0:o0 Dining Carl, b.LO. (12:01 niglii. Sleeping Car open for pab bengers 10:00 p. in.) Bullet l'nrlor Cars on all trains. For AtljniifCiij, 10:00a. m., 12:00 noon. Sundays, 12:30 p. 111. " bExeepi Sunday. aDaily. cSuudayonly. xExprchi (nun. Baggage called for aud checked from ho telsimii n-i,.-nw by Union Tniiisier Com pany, on orders left at ticket oirices, Gl'J I'cnnsvivania avenue northwest, New Y'ork avenueand Filteenth otreet.nnd at depou WAI. B. GREENE. CH AS. O. SCULL. Gen. Alanager. Gen. Pass. Agt. Southern Railway. (PIEDMONT AIR LINE.) (Schedule 111 effect Jan. G, 189G.) All trains arrive hnd leave at Pennsylva nia passenger station. ba. m.- Daily.locatforDanvilleconnects al AIn missus lor Strasburg, daily, except. Sunday, and at Lynchburg tvitti the Nor folk .ind WVsUtii. daily, an J with the Ches apeake and Ohio, daily tor the Natural Bridge and Clifton Fore. 11:10a. in.- Daily, Uie UNITED STATES FAST MAIL, carries Pullman Buffet Sleep ers, New iorkand Washington to Jackson ville, uniting at Charlotte with Pullman Sleeper Jor Augusta, also Pullman Sleeper New Vork to New Orleans, via Montgomery, conneciing at Ailaut.i With Pullmau Sleep er.srorlhroiingliaiii.AlempiiisaudSt . Louis 4:01 p. 111. Local for FroutJtoval, River' ton ana i.asimrg. daily, except .-suiioay. 4:01 p.ic. -Daily.loealforCharlottosvilic. lo:0. p. in Daily, NEW YORK AND FLORIDA SHORT LINE LIMITED, Pull mar. Co:i.partm!i; and Observation sleeping curs New l'ork to m Aiigusline. Pullman drsiw.-ig room sleepers New York to Tan 1111 and Augusta . Vcstibuled day ccicli Wash ington 10 Si. August me, and Dining Car Salisbury to St . Augustine 10:43 p. m. Daily. WASHINGTON AND SOUTH WESTERN VESTIBULED, LIM ITED. composed of Pullman vestibuled sleepers, dining cars and day coaches. Pullmau sleepers. New York to AMieville anu not springs, N. C.,and New York to Memphis, A'ia Birmingham; New York to New urie-aiis, via Atlanta mid Mom gomerv. Vcstibiited day coach. Washington to Atlanta. Soulhorn Railway dining car, Greensboro to Montgomery. TRAINS ON WASHINGTON A"ND OHIO DIVISION leave Washington 9:01 a m daily aud 4 10 p. iu. daily, except Sun day, and ..20 p. m.Smdaj'sonly.for Round Hill, 4:32 p in. daily,. except Sunday, lor Leesburg. and 6 23 p. m. dally for Herndon. Returning, arrive at Washington S:2Ga. m. and 3:00 p. in. daily, rrom Round Hill and 7:0G a. in. daily, except Sunday, from Ilern doo, and 8.34 a. in. daily, exccpuSunday, from Leesburg. Through trams from the South arrive at Washington G:42a. m., 9:40 a .m., 2:20 p. ni., and 9:40 p. m.. daily.Manassas divis I03. 10:00 a. iu., daily, except Suudaj. and 6.40 a. m., daily, rronrCharloltesvllie. Tickets, sleeping car ri'servatlon andJn fornialionfurnlshedatorrices. 011 and 1300 l'fcimsyivam.i avenue and at Pennsylvania Raihoad Passenger Station. W. H.GH KEN , G n. .Ku pt . s J. M. CCLP. Traffic Mutineer. AV. A. TrilK, Gen. Puss. Aent L.S. IIBOW.N.Gen.Agt.riiKs. Deot. Auction Sales UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE-Hy vlrlfte or a writ of fieri facias issued out or the clerk's office of Hie Supreme Court or !he District or Coiiunh.a.aml to me directed, I will oircr at puWicsale. lor cash, In rrum of the- courthouse, door. Wauliing ton, D. C. on TPESDAY, April 28, A. 1. 18y, at 1 1 o'cioo-k u. 111., the following de-seriln-d real estate, lo wn: All or Ellanore A. H. Alncruder's and George C. V . M.v .grader's iiuerf.r in lot 1C ol j antes Cruich ctfs Ruhdivision or lots in Miuare 750, aa per piat reeorued in liner 15, foi.o 51. one of tiin uini! n'MiuXi ni nit surveyor's office of the District 01 Column a. seized ai.d levied uiKin as iheptopertyofsiiid Ellanore A. H. Iklaprudcr. and sold io allsry rvt'cuiion No. 30058, in favor of Geo. A. Amies. ALBERT A. WILSON, U. is. Alnrshal. DUNC ANSON HROS., Aueiiunecrs. mh2S-lu,sat-ils . IMIOI'OSAIJ 'i'STcs a.nj-i :! uc l.i.viug mocks 1-rupus.iis will he received hy the unilerMKUi il lor the whole or any part 01 3&0,(.0u second-hand granite ojcck.s irotn a siret-t railway track 111 Aust.mt,Uin, D. C '1 m ti.oeKs are of ,00a sti.ipe, ami in good toiiuii:oii. aad n.ti at ill ion v-uvo to the square janl. Address E. SAXTON, Street Ky. Contractor, ofiivc, Central Power Station; yard, 123 U st- n.; telephone 1040. "Washington, D .C. mh20-Mleni PROPOSALS FOR MIBCELLA NEULM sul't'LIES FOR THE 10bl OFFiCE DKl'AK'l.MENT Posiotfice I't partineiiU, Wiislihigion. D. C. Alarch 2o. iMiti. Sealed propo.,;. will he received at this Department until Tnurs.tay, the m renin day of May, ia96, at 2 o'clock p. in., at which tune and place they will heoiieiied in the presence or didders or their nuuiow.'-d ugenis or attorneys, roroolng the necisa re painting in tlie Department, and Tor furnish ing such coal, woou, iee. out pets. ctinin, coitou cloth ifor map mounting), soap, closet paper, dusters, corn broom, and forage, a. mar lie ordcron during (lie fiscal year beginning July 1, 1&9G, and ending June 3l, 1&97. bids are also invited lor the purchase of Hit waste pajier from the Department; and old Jute rrom the Alail Equipment Division, as well afor washing towels. Blanks ror proposals, with speci fications giving uetailea statement 01 the reqiilreiiiciiis to be met in icspcet to each arueje, an 1 also the estimated quant ily probably to lie required of each, aim giving rullnisiniclionnasto the manner of bidding and the conditions to he observed by bidder's, will be furnished on application to the Dis bursing Clerk and Superintendent, Post office Depart meiir, Washington, D. C. The Postmaster Genera! reserves the right to re ject any or all bids, to waive technical de leel.s, it ill to accept any part of any bin and reject the other part. WAI. L. W11.SON, Pom master General. apl-ltw-H PROPOSALS FOR ANNUAL .SUP PLIES tuts. THE UNITED STATES AIAR1NE CyitFS Headquarters bulled Stab's -Ma ran- Corps, Quartermaster s of fice. Washington, l). t.. April I. 1690. Sealed pinpoints in diijiueale. will! be re ceived at tins ollite uiiin l oviotk 111. 011 the lLUi day ol Afa next, lor tin lush ing ItilioiLs, Fuel, 1-or.tge and 1-iundry Aork lo Hit Limed buti-j Ai. trine Corps, at one or more of the loi owing stations, rrom Juij 1 , 1MIG, to June 3u, 1V.17, mz.: Portsmouth, N. IL. Charlestuwu, .Mass., Coa.sters ll.trboi isiaim, R. 1., LrooKivn, N. Y., Philadelphia aud League Island, Pa.. Aiiu.tpoiis. AM., Wiishiiigiou. I C, NorioiU, a.. Port Icoj.il, s. C. Alure Island, Cal., and Sitka, Alaska. Sealed proposals will also t.e recened at this oll.te uaiil 1 Of-iotk m.011 the same day, for luriiishing suiphcs, loitsisting ol Com, Kersey,. Flannels, Blankets, Hthn.-t.s, AIill tary Stores. Ihooum. iirusnes, etc.. to be delivered at the olfiee of the Assistant Qunrteimasicrs, Philadelphia, Pa., or Wash ington, I). C. Sealed proiHisals will al.so be received at this olfiee iiulii IU o'clock m. on the same daj , lor liiriiislung .sia tionery , to be delierei to the Assistant Quartermaster, United Stales -Murine Corps. Washington, D. C. Sealed proiiosuis iu duplicate will also be received at unnoillcc until 1J o'clock m. 011 ihe .-ante da , lor furnishing the quantities of Ice M..11" maj be rispjired durmg the riseal jear eniuiig June 30, 1897. at the lonowing named places, to be delivered daily (Sumiays aud holidays excepted 1: llfadquarters Alarine Corps, 70 pounds; Marine Barracks. Wash ington, D.C.. 100 pounds, and .Marine Bar racks, Navy Yard, Washington, D.C., 100 pounds. All supplies to he delivered at the places named free of expense to the United Slates. Specifications, blauk lorm.s of proposals, and all information can be obtained upon application at any or the stations named above, or at the office of the Quartermaster, Washington. D. C, and at the Assistant Quartermaster's olfiee, 1100 South Braid street, Philadelphia, Pa. This office reserves the right to reject any and all bids, and 10 waive de fects, and bids from nianuiacturers of, or regular dealers in supplies only will be considered. Bide accepted and contracts awarded subject to an appropriation by congrets to meet the txpen.-e. Proposals may be made for one or more ailie.es deliverable at one or more stations, and will be considered separate ly forcach article and place or delivery. They should be indorsed, Fioposais for Rations, Fuel, Forage, Laundry Work or Supplies." as the case may be, and addressed 10 .MAJOR 11. B. LOWRY, Quartermaster United Stales Alarine Corps, Washington, D. C. up 1,4,8, 11 PROPOSALS FOR LAYING CE AlENT A.n -GRANITO" OR "TER RA7.ZO" FLOORING IN THE NATIONAL AIUSEL'M. Smithsonian Institution, Wash ington City. April 1, lfc9G. Sealed pro posals will be received until 1 2 in.. We ines day, April 1 0, 1890. at which hour they will be opened m the office of the Chief Cleik, Naiioual Museum, for laying 3,0o0 square feet, more or less, of Grauito" or Ter razzo" flooring, and 1,000 square feet, more or less, or Cement rioormg in the Uni ted States National Museum, specif icat urns for which and a sample of me style de sired may be seen and all partichlars ob tained at the office or the Chief Clerk. A certified cheek, made hi lavor of the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, tion for a sum not less than 0 per centum of the amount of the proposal must accom pany each bid. 111c right is reserved to re ject any or all bids, or lo waive any defect or informality in any bid, should it be deemed to the mteiest of the government to do f,o. Proposal should be addressed to the National Museum, and marked, "Propos als for laying "grunuo and Cement floor ing." S.P. LANG LEY. ap2.4.G.9.11 Secretary. HFSINESS CHANCES. FOR SALE -urocery store doing easli business; cause lor selling, must give all attention to wholesale business. E. II. GORDON. 917 E st. nw. ap4-2t A f-ober. reliable man wdl invest SC00 and sen ices in some established busi ness. Address H. AL W., this office. apl-3t FOR SALE- Oucor the finest equipped dining-rooms in the city; first class in all its appointments: receipts S40 to ioti per day and inereasing: best location; will sell low and give satisfactory reasons for selling. T0WS0N & JONES, 010 10th st. nw. ap3-3t FOR SALE-Best paying grocery store in uw,; stock, fixtures and license of first-class saloon: centrally located and doing good business; also a number of small stores, restaurants, lunch counters, cigar stores, etc. T. 0. ANDERSON & CO.'S BUSINESS EXCHANGE, 911 G St. nw. mr29-7t BOARDING. THE RANDOLPH. 221 and 223 E. Cnpittii st.; a lirst-class boarding house; good -rooms; .table and service. mrO-lmo STEAMSniP LINES. A Iha Oems of the Troulw. & CThe new Artl-powereaS. y steel steamers or theXfc y WARD LINE sail as follows: yjr Havana. Cuba, and Tampico.iy Alex'co. every Wednesday and Saturday, rrogreso. vera Cruz and Ales" ican Ports every Saturday. Nassau. N. P Santiago and Cienfuegos. every otlierTliurs- day. These tours and their combinations orfer unrivaled attractions. Steamers have electric lights and bells, all imirovementa, with nn muvxcelled cuisine. NaRsau has ihe best hotel in the "West Indies, and coblo . communication with tlie United V States. Excursion tickets $G0s A and ujiwards. Beautiful de- ? X 6cnplive books FREE. Op Jams r, WarJ &. Co . I1 & 118 Wall &t., New YorK. AMERICAN LINE. "New York Southampton (London-Paris) TwiiLscrew U. S. Alail St eauiships. Sailing every Wednesday, St.Paul...Apr S. 10 am I Paris- .May 13, 10 am INcw Y'K. Apr lS.10ain J St.Paul. May 20, lOaui Paris. ..Apr 22, 10 ami New Y'k.Mny 27,10 am St. Paul. Apr 29, If) am St Louis. JunS. 10 am New Y'lr, Alay C, 10 am I Berlin.Sat .Tun-C.10 am RED STARLINE. NEW YORK TO ANTWERP, NGORDL AND.. ..Wednesday. April 8. Noou FRIESLAND... Wednesday; Apiii 15, 12 Noon KENSINGTON... Wednesday, April 22. Nnon WESTERNLAN1T, Wcdhefed.iy, Apr 29. Noon Jiitern'HtioiiaTNavIgatioii Cninpany. Piers 14 and J9 North River. Oflica C. Bow HngGrtcnTlB. Y. ?E0. Wi AIOSS; Agent, ' - Sl'l Poiinfe. Atc SPECIAL. NOTICES. It O'. O. F. NOTICE ThechcYallera or Grand and Potomac Cantousare re quesLeJl to be present at I. O.O.F.hall, ou 7th st. nw., iu mil uniform 'at 1:30 sharp. Saturday, April A, t attend the fun eral or our lute deceased chevalier, A J. Donaldson. By order or Cupt. C. H.Cauip bell. H NOTICE The public is hereby jioliried that, through a mitundersUindlng, the deal between Carl Auerbach, nw. corner 7lh and H sts-, and Garner & Co.., whereby C. Auerbach was lo occupy blcrciie. corner 7lh and II sis. uw., has Lcen declared orr by mutual consent, and the said panics will icmaiti at their present stores re spectively. Signed, C. AUERBAC1T. 00 7tb n. "vv. , 2.P2".3t tliU ixJUW A.IV A rewaru 01 -u is oirered lor the arrest and con vie. tiyii, or information leading to the arrest ami conviction, or any person lound im oroperly 111 posM-h-ion ol any lantenw, iarpa.mns. pic-cs. bars, axes, luimmers. liand axes saws, shovels, barrows, tem porary track rails, switches or fiogs. or oilier too::;. Implements or appliances, or property or material of any kind used iu Hie business i.f the uudersiKiied. For marks of idciitlfictitloii. .etc... address E. SAXTc'N. street railway contractor. Or rice. Central power station: yard, 123 G st. no., telephone. 1010, Washington, D. C. tJlil.ii!lJi,lll2L5iJJi THE annual election or directors ror i nc Washington Safe Deposit Com pany will be held on the 24th -day Of April. A. D., 1890. SAM CROSS. Sec retary ma 20-1 mo lOU 11ENT ItOOMS. FOR RENT Out large furnished room, satiable ror 1 or 2 gentlemen; and also I hail loom, yuiel; terms reasonable. GIG I si. nw. apl-3t FOR RENT Newly-fur. hall room: 2u noor; large closet; halls all newly carpeted; no chilnren. 823 ad sLnw. It FOllKlSNT- Unluriiislied stcond story 1 looms; heat gas, and bath; would sep arate' housekeeping permitted. 709 bth s' . n w. apt- 3 1 KOil RENT - bcauiirui light rooms, luriusueti: second Ucor; reasonable; gen Uenienoiily. 1111 H st. nw. It t'OK IvIiil'J'X' .Met'o itil'lilshed rooms, second noor; also unfurnished, with bo.'irv. .hi omciiit-.i.i-cs; reasonable raics. 120 C st. ne. ai4-3t FOjtt jttii.NT Dniuruished, Oil ,ni st. nw., 3 beautiful rooms ou first and fouitu Ucors, newlj paprred and painted. liiquireai ..03 !. st. 01 at house, ou utollcs- ilay. 1 lie 8th. apl-2t FOR RENT-Large pleasant rooms, uiui good ' irgmia board, 94 per Wiek. 1310 lOtn st. nw. lt FOR isJilWi - tiiiiuiiiisi.ed rooms ifr genticmiu; second floor. 2000 lllh st. nw.. at g4 and SO each. It I'OKitiii'l 4 uiiiur. rooms ou 2d 1.001. with bath; single or en suite; $5 t.'icn, housekeeping permuted. 1248 9ili st. n w. It-em FOR RENT 4 very pleasant rooms, nml.uiie 101 iwhl hou.seketpiiig;Mimiiier ratc-ft. Apply lo9 lSnh st. iiw.ap8-3i-em FOR RENT Two iur. rooms, suitable tor ugiii 1 ousekcepihg, with htal and gas. 1 id 1) .st. nw ap3-3t-.m 3b OR RlilNT 4iB tiHt.nw., light bouse- Kiepuig,.! i.ewlj -papered, unrur.od and - th lioor looms; .14.00; wunout gas, 5.1 .00 less; a p:. -31-1111 U OR REIsT " niitiir. rooms; ad f.oor, 1111.11. iiiim ; $8 )er mouth 111 t an fornia st. ne. ap3-3t-eni FOR RENT 033 N. J. ave. nw.. 3 iur. toonis, weekly or monthly, .tulle men only. ap3-iu FOR RENT-4 unlurnished 2d-l.'oor rooms; also dining-room and kitchen in basement. 2dl N st. nw. Appl lo Resident Physician Homeopathic Uo-it.u, 2d and N sts. nw. np3-Ht HORRENT At G14 G sL 11 v., fur. ioora with bath, gas and heat. ap3-3t FOR RENT 2uiifur.ioom.sOn2i.ilo. r; with privilege of housekeeping or meals served 111 apartments. 1114 11th st.nw. upaWH FOR RENT 200 A bt. bt., 2 looms; the euuie d floor, fur. or unfur. ap3-3t FOR RENT- 2 communicating second .sior rooms, front and back; suitable for light housekeeping; good location, reason able rent. 4G0Hstnw. ap3-3l FOR RENT Bay window front rooms; r-uitt-s with private bath; fur. or utilur. 103 2d st. uw. ap3-3t FOR SENT 1 iintur. rooms, id lii.or; gas, bain, hot and cold water: suitable Jor housekeeping; rent cheap. 013 N st. nw. ' ap2-3t FOR RENT Pleasant fiir. rooms; heat and gas, ?0; near Capitol, Library and two lines ears. 307 A st. se. ap2-7t FOR RENT Rooms and boardf 1341 Q st.; two nicely Iur. rooms, single or en suite, second story front and back, with first-class table board; private family; terms very moderate. apl-3t.em FOR RENT-2unrur. rront rooms, heat gas and oath. 410 2d si .ne. n p2-3t FOR RENT" First-rlassboardandgood moms, s.j.1, a month. 720 8th st. lie. ap2-14t FOR RENT Three unfiir rooms ror housekeeping. 1412 9th st. nw. apl -3t.em FOR RENT-4 unrur. rooms; suitable lor j. smalt families; newly papered; water and gas. Apply B. B. CHASE, Umbrella Aiaker, llin si., opposite Star office. mli31-7t WANTED- KOOA13. WANTED-Tkh ladies wish two 1.11- iiiriiisotd rooms, convenient to G. P. 0.-. reiereiicts exchanged; terms must be low. L. AL, this ol'lice. lt "WANTED Two iur. rooms ror light noiist h.ei ping; suburlis prelerred. ROO.MS. this 01 rice. lt.em WaNTJSD By quiet, young eoiipieT two or tiiree rooms m Alexandria, Va.. suitable for light housekeeping. Address, slating lowest terms and location, Z. T., this oiiice. ap3-3 1 W NTED Room; about $7.00; 111 a private family owning a piano, that I canii8e TENOR, this of f lce.j ap3-3t WANTED-:! unfur. rooms; 2d llco; ught housekeeping; for mau and wife; state price. Address J. K., 821 3d st. nw. ap2-3( FOB EXCHANGE. WANTED To exchange. a very de snabie well-iinproved farm of 330 acres. 111 Virginia, ror a house in Wash ington, or suburbs; the farm is convenient to two railroads; churches, schools, etc. Address PRINCE EDWARD, this: office. - ap3-4t FOR EXCHANGE-Beautiful resi dence at Takonia Park, JJ. C, unin cumbered; on steam cars and trolley; large grounds; line shade; in exchange for house nw. ; will assume some incumbrance or pay difference. Address TAKOMA. this office. ap2-3t FOR EXCHANGE-A niceO-room house in the best part of sw.,- in ex change for a good lot m the se. Apply at 422 2d st. sw. mh28-7tera POSTOFFICE NOTICE. Should be read daily by all interc&ted-as changes may occur at any time. Foreign mails lor the week ending April 4th wiiiclosetpromptlyin all cases' at this office as follows Mails for South and Central America, West Indies, Etc. SATURDAY At G:20 a. m., for-Newfoundland, per steamer from llalirax. MailB for Newfoundland, by rail to Hali fax, and thence by steamer, close at, this of fice dally at 0:20 a.m. Alaila forMiquelou, by rail to Boston , and thence by steamer, close at tliis, orfice daily tit 6:20 a. in. Alails for Cuba close at this otfice daily at 2:00 p. m., for forwarding by steamers sailing (Mondays and Thursdays) from Port Tampa, Fia. Alails lor Mexico, overland, unless specially addressed for despatch by steamer, close at this orfice daily at 9:30 a. m. Trans-Pacific Mails. Mails for Hawaii, per s. s. Australia (from San Francisco), close here daily up to April 1 at 6:00 p. in. Mails for China and Japan, per s. s. Coptic (from Sail Francisco), close here daily up to April 2d at 6:00 p. m. Mails for China and japan, per s. s. Hankow (from Tacoma), close here daily up to April 12th at 6:00 p. m. Mails for China and Japan, (specially addressed only), per s. 3. Empress of Japan (from Vancouver), close here daily up lo April 13th at 6:00 p. m. Mails for Australia (except West Australia), Hawaii and Fiji Islands, per s. s. Miowern (rrom Vancouver), eio-e here daily after March 28th and up to April 23d at G:30 p. in. Mails for the Society Islands, per ihip City of Papelti (from San Francisco), close here daily up to April 24th at 0:00 p. in. Mails for Australia (ex cept those for West Australia, which are forwarded via Europe), New Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji and Sainoan Islands, per s. b. Mariposa (Irom San Francisco), close here daily up lo April 25tu at G:00 p. m. Trans-Pacific mails are forwarded to port of sailiug dally and the schedule of closing is arranged on Uie presumption or their uninterrupted overland trausii.. Registered mail closes I p.mrsaineday. J jAAiiia r. wil.ijcx 1, 1'ostmaster. PouoMce Washington, D. C, March "28. .1896. PERSON AL.S. MRS. ZOLIjER business and test luidluiu. nzn c.ttu st, t.w. ap4-2t STICJJfcC FAST FOLKS." Pastor E. Utz bwcm ueserlbc-s tonday night. It SPXRITtJALlSar Mrs. Alabsett, pi-isoiial anu buaiiiess medium; hours 10 to 6. 461 U st. nw. It MME. FRANCIS, Card reader and meiiiiuirr uie gnen from cradle to grave; 25 and 50 cents. 324 East Cap- 1 tol st. Hours. O'ln 9. . ap3-7 c A hmd orfice busiiie.vs? Why shouldn't we when we sell such elegant custom suits and overcoJLs, a triiie" worn, at prices it -will do you good 10 contemplate. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, CIS) D St. nw. mr31-7t BlSSTlOc. LUNCH i" city at A10NK.-S, 1 L st.nw. mr31-7t,em LADIES' uining parlor crounected with uie Evans dining-room is now again thrown open art cr being renovated; meais served iu the best maimer at reasonable prices; 26 cents , lb; ceius, 10 1 cuts and special orders. 023and 924 F st. nw. mr3 1 -14t-em u SO UEhTS lOTVVSiNew credit sys tem; nice euMuiiitu, Smyrna rugs, por tieres, table liiicuvc'f'Kb, siierware, ban quet lamps, blankets, quilts, decorated dinner and loiitt si'rs, itaciiers' Bibles, etc. Send postn); will bung samples. NORTH EST UicEllIU' HOUSK, 1210 H lie.; open till 9 p. in. mhO-lmo -t-ROF. CLAY'. Clairvoyant, tells your disftosiiion. munitions, hopes, leurs, wishes, love nriaijrs.tbusines.- deals, lost or stolen property; c:aib.eb speed marriages; brings separated tige,lher; removes spells, cvu inilueuees; tens every ti.iiig ior 50c.; hours, 10 to 9; ojlen ijunoay. 489 H St., bet. 4 1-2 and 6UiiSb.sw. mhlO-lm-em HALEE. TrutiiWdium, tells life from eradie lo grw;'uiso business aud loveaiiairs; lost oi'iioltn pn iierty; rric-nds and enemies, and how lo avoid trouble; removes evil inilueuees; gives good luck, etc.; 20 and 00 ceuts; hours, 9"to 9. 929 H fit, nw. niliSjOLaio XR. TAYLOR. HOC F st. nw., makes full sets r teeth Tor SB; satisfaction guarantedd; teotn extracted without pain; gold lining, $1; amalgam. 00c. se4-lf LADIES necdiiig confidential treat men r. A safe aud sure roller in all female trouble, constipation, irregulari ties, tumor, cancer, opium Labit, Hstuia, elc. Separate looms lor patients bciore and during coiiiiueuunt, ami imd homes lor mrants if required. Strictly confiden tial. MRS. DR. RENNER. 10 Fourth st. ne.. near E. Capiloi ht., wtsl.uiL,toiv D. C. je3-tf J. T. WALKBRSONS.-"'! loth st. nw., carpet lining, felt, lire buck, and clay . uMifsion. puiiita, orusnes. Hint , t ement, 1 wo and three-pi rcoliug material. ap21-tr SCIENTIFIC PALMISTRY "All. hie Science.' Uiwiigwuiiderfid results. Kiom 10 to '. 737 loth st. uirCT-Zw KOlt SALE 31 I8CELLANEOUS. FOR SAL33-Cheap, an t.cgaul plat, 1 onivipniiri feed siore wagon, call euriy iTyou wish a bargain. 1' iA'.. . uLUU.N'l, -1 7ll St. SW; ll FOR SALiS-L'liwiu to quick btiyerT hJ K.v.s.-iy, iiinit.uKi prutLsion store; cor. ituu .01.1 x sis., gooa rea-on lor sell ing, inquire 1G05N. j ave. apl-2t FOR SALE--;urniT meat and pro .iou 1,1.., s.. titap; koou leaio.is rorjseiiiug. MA u Is ointv. 11 FOR SALE-l-irsi-ciai-s iTittttou afa SjiCi.ili 1 . iJl lSlh bt.JiW. It X'JjA iAuj 1 ..i i-i,.w t-i.c up; iuii suiau ior i.ies.iit owner. ' l: K. cap.st. ap4-3t if .. aXjs.- -several sceoiiii-i.i.uu tug- gies, in good order. 723 E. Cap. st. apl-3t FOR SjjfVLii: -tfood latiiiiy horse; gen i.i.uo.... .... wn. re; ,-..;. Gas 1. ip., bet. 0th and Gth. ap-l-3t FOit ia.iij1 .tfiiiim e to save 5.40; "sft wnen, fcuod as uvw; high grade; 21 pounds; ti...ij. lit cash, .mi.u.s-. v.it)0D llll.Nt. 1 Ul..tl'. this office. ap4-at l'OJtC "jAbd i-.siaoiisiifd narror rcsil- Miuif, uUMii s, iiiciiiddig an necessary appa rams; lormuiae and piactiral nisirtie tn,.s, great i argalii. lllAaiO.M) MikkUB CO.. 722 H tn e 1 1 FOR HJi-iXl ..preiiy.nnitcpuotiieoog. cad an ttdli st. ii w. ap4-3t POK SAiiK-i'ui; typ and : pupsr$) iun urn, o lor tne 3. 'ilo Tin st.se. It -em FOR SALE 11 st . ne. -Nice baby carriage. 324 , ap3-3t-em FOR SALE-Three-year-old gelding; line saouier, 1( 1-- hands lilgli; sounu; clieap. At J. J. GAVIN'S Staotes, J.3u7e itnt.jiw. ap3-:it WANTED-T.o ,sell an interest lii'T li.-neiit ioi soiu, g,rouud down on the Potomac River. AtlurcssS. it., thisofliee. ap3-7j 'J FOR SALENtition store, counter, sneiving, suoWfases, organ, stove. 1G00 UlUi st. nw. ai3-;it FOR S ALE-tanaTT 1 ee.s; 1.0 colonies, in 11-11 iii.mc Liing,stroth hives, at irom $0 to &7 per loictii1? l-Al'ETTE JOHN- SON. 214 E st. n. ' apa -4t FOR SALE-'Light t cliverj wagoti ciitap. ive.ir'of-'433 N. Y. ave. nw. ap3-2t u - FOR S A.LE-Bitrroom . in a good lo tauiv, neeuse1 ghalraiiiet'd; price mod erate. Address R. rp ., this oincc. ap2-2t-em , - FOR SALE-0"'1 Jump-seat Surrey, exceuein toiidliiun-,$G5. Address-Room 8. 612F suiiw. , ap2-3l.em FOR SALE-Two weeks longer, tiiree cabinet 1'iiotographs rr 00 eents. FLNN. l'.'lt 1 Up, st.nw. np2-3t-eni FOR SALE-Ueoigta ami Virginia pine lumoer; one hoisting tngine. NEW CORCORAN CALLER!' OF ART. ap2-3t-em FOR SALS- Five or ten gallonsofmilk iail;gne rererente. M. BRICKERD. Gleundaie, Aid. ap2-2t-cm FOR SALE-Fox marked ami bred. terrier puns well 3220 0 bt. nw. ap2-3t FOR S ALE Re. board organ, $10. ir35 0tti st. nw. ap2-3t FOR SALE 2 copper soda fountains, holding about 21 gais. each: ust tinned and as good as new; eh closed in iron frame;. To be seen at A. BERGER'S store, 1108 E st. uw. ap2-3t FOR SALE News btand and cigar store nxiures for sale, cheap. Apply W. AlORRIS, Hotel Vendoine, 3d and Pa. ave. ap2-7t FOR SALE Cheap, a. cart suitable for hauling coal or dirt. Apply before 10 a. m. at No 040 2 lib st. nw. ap2-3t FOR SALE-Oak bar fixtures and iee box; 1 large sare. Apply W. B this office. ai2-3t FOR SALE-CHEAP HOUSES AND Lu'io-i lai C si. ne., 5 rooms, $1,400; 103 N st.se., 6 rooms, $70; 107 Quander st. fie., 0 mis., $650; E st. se.. 0 mis., $5)00. JOHN P.' DUN0I10E, 308 East Capitol st. apL-Stem FOR SALE Runabout buggy, shafts, Biewstcr pole, and double set hamess, all nearly new. Address BUGGY, thisoffice. apl-3t,em FOR SALE Cheap, an I. X. L wind mill, 111 perfect oroer; can be seen at 3219 Brjghtwood ave. mh31-4t-em FOR SALE-Stylish square piano as owner is about to xemovafrom the city; will sacririce for $70; easy payments; also a large, gentle horse; only $50. 1841 14th st. mr31-5t FOR SALE Stock and fixtures in grocery; good trade in fruits; good laundry business. Call at 1133 11th st.nw. mr3l-7t FOR SALE-A Brewster buggy Tvitii rubber tires for sale; can be -seen at Tally Ho Stables,. 9th and O streets nw., where lull particulars will be lurnished. mr21-tf i FOR SALE Twenty-five or thirty case, names for composing room; a number of type cases. Address FRAMES, this office. mrl2-tf FOR SALE OR RENT A Variety of carnages,- buggies, wagons and horses: several obs on storage that we are ordcredtosell. 927 D st.nw. mr7-lmo FOB SALE HOUSES. FOR SALE -To settle estate, will sell No. 126 11th st. se. at a sacriiice; 3 storv, 9-room" press brick, with cellar; lot 18x121; coal and chicken shed and grapes; a great bargain; litne mouey required. OWNER. 126 lLtft db se. np4-3t FOR SALE-pBftick house, 1336 Sth st. nw.; & rooms and.bath; furnace: cellar; range; excellent location- lot 1G 2-3x66. R.F". RIEGEL.71U Orbr W. F.NASH, 000 Center Alarket. d- . ap3-3t-em FOR S ALE ilotXfcc in Brooktanfl, $2, 200; T.GtU feel grouud. Address HOUSE, thlsoffico. a ?.n?:3t FOR SALE Lirigdonj-A new 6 -room frame house; must be sold. SURBAN, this office. apl-et FOR SALE-HSildsome cottage at Langdon, D. C.fsacriflced; on monthly paymeut8. C. A.iB-Jthte office. mr31-6t FOR SALE Pretly 6-room and bath, bay-window bjick; large concrete cel lar; cost 3,250; jwihsell lor. $2,250; as sume trust ot $l,,Q0ipay $100 cash, aud S300 iu monthly instalments-.and you may haye If.look alittdaay.1 JOHN'F.PARET. 1A11 G st. & ' inr29-t FOn KENT ROUSES. FOR RENT-New frame houses; Ivy City; corner Cupital und Central aves.; G rooms; papered; water In kitchen; hail; yard. For keys. E, R. JACKSON. McGlil Building. 608 Q st. a np4-3t FOR RENT Lnrge rour-room frame house; three blocks from street car lines: 50 per month. It. D. RUFFIN. 024 10th st., cor. F . apl-3t-em FOR RENT 27 F st. nw., store and uweoiug; eight rooms and stable. T. BROSSNAN, Cor. N. J. ave. and G st. nw. up2-Ct FOR RENT Only $0.50; 0-rm. frame, with l'oiomue water, on Turner- st. np. Apply to AUG. H. WIENEKE, 1502 Turner st., uear BJadenshurg road ne. mhl4-lmo FOR RENT At Brookland, 7-roono frame cottage, with modern improve ments; 2 snuartK from electric ears. In quire I. S. HOLLIDUE, care Saks &. Co., city. mhl2-tf MISCELLANEOUS. $5,000 S IN CASH FREE. Tiie Kis-ilc tium Co. w going to gie way me atio.e amoiint to their patron, nn Novumber 3 occurs the Pre.suennai election, aiiu you arc invited to guess what will be the popular vote of the successful cauuhiatc. 1'ne nearest guess secures iirt pn.t or $500, and there will be a iiumoer or liantiaome. smaller jiries. Ask your dealer Tor explanatory circular. ap4-tt BANJO, guitar, mandolin taught; thor ough music lessons, Ode., 7&c.: concerts attended to. PROF. R. BRAIlSFoRD. 731 11 th st. nw. ap.-.it MEALS served at residenci'S. S1G per iiioutu. V. X.. this ol'lice. It $100 rewanl for a case of dyspepsia cr .. oigtsliou that cannot be 1 ured with Crump's Tonic or Fruit and Spices. En dorsed by the lollowmg: AL M. Parker, ex-Senator Charles t . Manderson. W. C. Tildeii, M. D. Ph. D.: Capt. N.J. Guenther, Charles Deltz, J. il. Uammoud, D. W. Glas sle, Charles G. Simons, L. S. iiiown, J. R. Kemp, and many others. Delivered to any prlor Ihe city. Drop a postal. CRUMP AIFG. CO., G03 F St. nw. , Jcfi-Stw.tu.th.sa CAHPETS AND HTTGS CLEANED Colors restored; terms rea.son.-inle: satis faction guaranteed. W. D. A1UNDA Y, G30 G st. nw. ap3-3t TRY RUBBER ROOF PAINT. WE STOP ALL I.E vKS FREE and chargu only for painting; uork guarnn teed. NAT. RUBBElt kuoFPAIM' CO. 1023 8th st.nw. "W. D. GLENN- watchmaker and jeweler. 01 40- nth st. nw., has moved to 421; Just across the street. apl-3t LESSONS in oil painting aud elocution oy two of the best artists m Washing ton; 30c ier lessou. Address ARTIST, tills otfice. apl-3t J". O. RTJSSEL. teacher of guitar. 730 via si. 11 s., inter 4 p. ni. mr3l-7t B. B. CEASE AND CO.- 411 11th si.. oi4rfMikc oiai oiiue. cover and re pair umbrellas; the only place In the city wnere 'ii inn gel a line juiaMii cmcieu. lined aiiiimauetooroer. nest ui.rkati'.t nodis appaiutmeuis. iur31-7t MRS. 3ML". TV. ECARRINCTON riis.ii jnabie an..":iiiiKiiic, iaiesi mnics; perfect fit.7ij2tthi. nw. maL0-7t RXD your iou.se of bedbugs, roachcs.aiits, neas .inn ttieu by using ermuuie; ci n- taiusiiogasohhe, beuziut. ordtadl i.cii-ontt. Others i.ii . ermuuie never! For sale by C.C.Bryan. 1413N. "i.ate. nw. N. W. Burviieil, lS'iO F ct. 11 w. John 11. Alagruder. 112i Conn. ate. nw. John s. tibxel. 1014 7th st.nw.. and all reliable grocers. u.h8-7t-eni 200.000 rolls or wallpaper; all grades; Miiiesaic and retail; looms ami nouses papered at lowest prices. 7o3 9th st. nw. iurl9-lin SPRINGMANN'S Express Office. iu. .--. j. st. ii.; hauuiig of all de scriptiuiis; iron safes, boilers and ma Viiinery placed in fKibition; genenil btoragc iu seihirate bpaces; funiiture. pianos aud all kinds of goods packed for shipment; telephone No. -03. mrO-lmo PIANOS moved by experienced men. . CUL.LMB1A TRANSFER CO.. 323 4 1-2 st.nw. Phone 10G6. feblG-JT FURNITURE moved: largest 2-liorsc load in the city. Sf2.00; experienced handlers. C0LUA1B1A TRANSFER CO.. 323 4 1-2 st. nw. 'Phone 156G. felG-tf TV ANTED AIISCELLAXEOU?. W r- NTED Second-hand linen, such as towels, sheets, blankets, etc.; state price, etc.: also second-hand Pullman uni- L.r'i- l(L(,i?:55yEN--Uls orfice. It WANTED- Graphoplione;statefulli)ar- luiiiais; must be cnt'ap and in good ordei. URAPII0P1I0NE. this office. It WANTED A gentleman's second-hand bpaioiug oicvele; state c;isli price. Ad dress K. S. B . UiN office. It WANTED Every lady in Washington lui-Aiiuiiiii: tlie world'scliainpion French tailor svstem at our academy. l'ROF.AND AIME.U UNDBLAGK.927 Est. nv.a p4-3t W NTED 0 gal. tee i-rcam freezer; most bt cheap; in good order. Address CASH, this ofi ice. np3-2t-tm W.A NTED- Icecream cabinet; In good order, im.st be cheap. Address blTR- R0 W8 , j hib of nee. aIrt-em WANTED-A barber chair; must ie cheap. Address CHAIR, this orfice. It, em WANTED- Light delivery wagon aud horse. Address G. F. K., this office. ap3-3t WaNTED-To buy good bay horse, medium height, G or b years old; sound and gentle; also light wagon 8 Teet long, with top; cash will be pant, must be reaon ahle price. Adi Iress this orfice. a p3 -3 1 WANTED-To buy one 30 or 40-quart ice cream freezer. 1900 7th st. nw. up2-3tem WANTED Medium sized sofa: must ne cheap. Address P. M. C, Box 043, city postotiice. ap2-3t W NTED-- I'ool tables. B., tins orfice. Apply W. ap2-3t XV j NTED Persons having spring painting to do will Hnd it to their interest to call on or address the reliable, established painter, JAMES A. GLENN, 404 Mass. ave. nw. ma29-lDt TV v NTED The "KIs-AIe" Gum Co. "is going to give away $3,000 in cash; ask your ocaler for circular. ma29-7t -vv NTED Private pupils; 40 cents "per hour. WOOD'S COAIMERCIAL COLLEG 10.31 lE.Capllolst. mhlir-lm-em 'W NTED Ladiesto havcthcirclresses made for $0.00, at Madam Hyatt's. 90S New l'ork ave., perfect lit. Agent Baughmnn'sadjustablcuresssystem, $0,00. ma21-lmo W NTED Cut this out and get 1,000 "neat business cards printed; only 51. B.L.HAYS, 1221 AI st. ne. inhu-lm-em LOST. LOST-The person who took the um brella rrom National Theater, Wednes day evening, will leave the same at 628 Peim. ave. and receive liberal reward. MRS. JASPER, I. H. BECKWITH. It LOST Black leather pocket-book, con taining money and pn iters Valuable to.owner only. Return to AIKS. K. G. AIc CONCUIE. 1217 9th st. nw and receive liberal reward. It LOST Saturday morning, Alarch 2L, in a G st. herdic, a gold watch. Re ward and no questions asked ir returned to Mrs. SAUNDERS. 2109 F st.nw. It-em LOST On Thursday, a. m., bull terrier; black spot on his back and nlnct ears; answers to name ot Judge. Liberal reward if returned to C. BLAND PAYNE, corner 17th and D sts. nw. ap3-3t LOST Dog; $2 reward for small brown ana tan dog, G months old; leather collar; s-mail bare spot on side- Return to G20 K st. 'ne. ap2-3tem LOST Male greyhound (mouse color); tail curls on back: nickel collar. Re ward, if returned to 12G D st. nw. ap"2-3t LOST $0,000 in . cash free k'n.MR" Gum Co. Save '-$ by the Kis-Me' "Kis-Mc" ma29-7t wrappers FOB SALE T.OTS. FOR SALE -A sacrifice; two lots, 17x90, on 11th st. se., 100 feet from Lincoln Park: paved street; water, gas, and seyver; only- $1.10 per foot; adjoining lot held at $2.20 per foot. OWNER, 120 11th st. se. . , ap4-3t - FOUND. FOUND-April 1, in Washington, D. C, a purse, containing money. Owner can get the baiue by calling on Jl L. BURNS. Washington Grove. Md. It SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. Summer Law Lectures UNIVERSITY OF TIBaiMA. 'ap4-13t-eod R. C. MINOR, Secretary: RELF WANTED-MAL1B WANTiiD-An experienced clothing stocic ooy, capable of waiting on cus tomers. Apnly at HECHT'8, 516 7th St., this morning. It W N'XViO A boy (white) to do chorea abuiii a icsiaurant; not over 18 years of uftc. aiiu Li ni . m. . It WANTED- A good coloredbarber.1000 0111 si. 11 W. It W ANTED- Agentstvanted; big money. DUiij.iili s rdunuiig Pell Co., lbOb 10 ill st.nw.. R W. TOWNS END. It WANTED-First-class barber. SI. lie. 201 H It WANTED Co.omi barber. Saturday omy. Uli Kst. 11 w. 11 -1 WANTED-White boy under 18 years .i. ;i. .11 .earn the ciectiieal business; rererente-s us to honesty icquired. Address "ELECTRICAL." tills educe. It "VV. . NTjdO -fiHwavi colored barber ror buiuroay; must be hustier. 40 1 ti st. ne. It-era WANTED A rirst-ciats mc-at cutter ana giueery clerk; thoroughly expe rtenee.i; r i. rc-tjutreo. Anuria u..viCr.itY CLEkK. ihl oirice. njiff-SLeni W.-.NTlfl-A mun wno uucerstancU baking ami Ice cream making and to make hunseir generally utoiui; one who is willing 10 ivoik ior u colt.reu lirtn. Ap ply after 4 p. m., DELAiu KuONt 1-., lhoO 7lh st. n w. apl-3t-em 11 ELI' WANTED FEAI ALE. WS-JN'X'iiD Aii assistant cashier, must tunc uuu cxpeneiicc. Apply Hits cveu- jngat uoi.i.t.Ntih.iiu!s, bio 7111st; it WANTED-CiKik and general house ,.. ii,.,, .wo in luiimy; uo wash; ilJ. 614 loin si.inv. lt WANTED-Ciiok, $10; cliaulbenuaid, s'i-, i,..uui s uuise, so; iuuy's ma'tu, 2U. UH liitn st.nw. It W j.s'jcau .cut- and capable servant iur general housework in small raindy; wliite gir prcierred. Call wan reierenees, IS towa c-ircie it WANTUiD-A girlior iighthouework; li.usi. pup Highly. ' li U St. UV. It WANTED-Lttly lor our musical de- i.mi.... 11,. one uot tow youug pie- ferred; city ref. required. Appiy. 10 a. m., offices G and 7, 037 F Bt. uw., upstairs. It WANTED-Experienced salesladies wanio: .0 hen ludic garments. Ap ply with ref. LACiLE MAabFALTUKiNiJ CO., lizv 7thst. uw. lt-em WANTfifl-A good, steady wulte girl, tit-rmaii or Ireu preierred, for general housework and to assist iu cooking. Call at. 72G N. J. ave. nw. ap3-3t,em "Wj., NTED Experienced, attractive young woman to attend kOsIu louutaiu. Appiy bjN AlAnCuL, jl-i-316 7ui ot. ap3-3t V a NTBO -White girl over IB years of age as cierk in puAioriiee; city ref. Call at Good Hope Postornee, t. C. ap--3t WANTED Immediate.-, white eham t.cini.ou who wni aiso wan at table; refs. required. 1737 RiggS place. ap2-3r WAN TED General house work.- r;small laimiy; at once; bring rela.; donotcome unless you warn to worn. yliFia.ave.aw. ,ap2-3t WANTED-A joungfady with knowl- etifec 01 xi-'iisioii cuiib, typewriter preferred; eaur $4 per week to begin. Address, stating age, C.LAIA1S, tins onice- ap2-3t W NTED A woinuh took 111 leTtau rant; only tho.-e with rt'eiaurant ex jicrifiKt i.eei. ..ppiv; :i.,ie wr.-rc .-t tm pIoed. Addit.-s REM'ALiCAN'l. this oflite. apl-3t-em W.NTED-2 gins, orphans, for iijJit nou . wi.iiv.gc (Hihen.t'bat.n Kind treat ment will Le given. .n:uie--s HOAIE. this oflice. apl-3l-em HELP WANTED- ALVLE AND FEMALE. W ANTED - Cooks, nu res. e hamber- ma.t:, general housewor:ers. tjoys; Aionday moriimg. 420llth st. nw. it STICK FAST FOLKS, described ooiiuu iiir.ii. oy Pastor i.nezS wem. It W. NTIl) -vjuii, cuaitiireritu.(i. 'ril boys, general houseworhers. dntcrs and help of aa kuid, white and voloreit NATIONAL Lall-L.UlAtENT AuENCl.012 10th st. nw. ap3-2t SITUATIONSJWANTED-MALE WANTED A thorough accountant and n.iiKMliff desires an engagement for afternoons and evenings. Address "AC- COUNTA NT." this office. ap4-2t WANTED A youth or seventeen wisn c an upcuing with reliable firm, or business man. unexceptional reitrenees. A. G-. this office. It W-. NTiSD- By respectable colored wo man, p.ace as cook; good rers. Ad- dreRs 1727 13th st. uw. 1 t-em WANTED-l'oung niaa desires" situa tion ou elevator or helper iu jewelry store; can rur. reis. Address C. K. AL, this office. ap2-3t WANTED-A young man with Hrst ciass rets., would like a place in a wholesale house, or would drive light wagon. Address Box 50, this office. apl-3t-em WANTED-Expwt bookkeeper and stenogrgpher desires permanent posi tion; highest references. Address II. R. A., this olitct. mh31-0t-em WANTED By an experienced meat cuiier, position in store or market; good ref. Aduress MEAT CUTTER, this office. mh30-4l-em SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE- WANTED Sewintrin families. Call or auuress i j AIISS JOHNSON, southeast corner :i-d am' O sts. nw. It WAKTED-An expert youug lady type writer, wno -writes rapidly irom dicta tion, desires position; best refs. given. Ad dress TYPEWRITEST, this orfitt. ap2-3t,em WANTED-By a colored girl, aged 13, a place a chambermaid or plain cook; good refs. Address 1013 U st. nw. np2-3t WAKTED-WashiuR todo by day ornt nome. Call 430 G 1-2 st.sw. apl-3t,em "WANTED Copying or clerical work or any kind by middle-aged lady with unexceptionable rets.; small salary. Ad dress RAPID WRITER, this ofrice. mh2ff-7t,ein WANTED AGENTS. WANTED-Responsible clculer tnay make good terms for tlie agency of tlie Aleteor bicycle in Washington; high grade, and is not equaletl in beauty. METEOR CYCLE CO., 297 Wabash ave., Chicago. ap2-3t,em TV ANTED HOUSES. W AN TED To rrtit or buy house with lnrge lot m suburb or country, near Wash ington; must be cheap and In walking dis tance to cars. Address THAD." this or fice. It WA NTED Quiet couple would rent small house with responsible party. A. P.. thisoffice. ap3-3t WANTED BO ABDEB5. V NTiifl A Tew .boarders and rQom "ers who know when in tin right pew; where its pleasure to please. 71t 6th. nw. lt-em - FIRST-class board and "good rooms; islG ;i month. 720 8th st. ne. - np3-2w-era "vv j.rsxj!iiJ Hoarders wanted; eom fortable home;-$4 per week. 636 H st. sw. ap2-3t yV ANTED 1 or 2 gentlemen to board; pleasantly fur. 2d story room; small family; reasonable terms, loob lungmaa place nw. ap2-3t MONEY WAITED AND TO LOAN. MONEY to loan in large" or small" amounts on approved collateral. We take Stocks. Bouds, Trusts. Building and Loan Association Shares, Syudictite Cer tificates. Life Insurance Policies in old line companies. Warehouse Receipt-, etc. ir you wish to reserve your bank credit; ir you deem it unwise or unprovable to ask a friend to indorse;If you have' no bank account: ir lira hurry, call onus. No de lay. YERKES & BAKER, 40 to 4G Metz erott Building, 1110 F St.. , , MONEY TO LOAN Large sums at 0 and 5 1-2 per cent on D. C. real estate; $200, $G00t $700. etc.. at G per cent; alL transactions conducted with eco nomical consideration for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS CO ..1407Fst.nw.mr8 MONEY to loan at 0 and G per cent on District or Columbia realty; no delay ir security is satisfactory. WALTER H. ACKER, 70414th nw. Jy31-tf . FOR 1ENT-PESK "ROOM. FOR RlfilsT JUt'sk' room Terms mod erate: central locdtiod; with elevator, steam heat, electric light and water. Ad dress J. ,S.. this -office. lt-em , FOI" rREyTSITBU,RB AN . FOR RENT sTakoraa. Park.--v.flat of a. rooiTia .! ": hlRn I-rvm hnis. S7. I -Attdresa J. J. S., 620 21st st. nw. api-3t AMUSEMENTS. ICE PALACE COSVESnON HALL. LAST WEEK BUT ONE OF THE SEASON'S RATING Every afternoon at 2 o'clock. Every even ing (except Monday and Tuesday), at 7:SJ o'clock Special morning cas03 Irom 10 un til 1 i,'c.o!t daily. AD.1II.tSIO, 23 CENTS. rw- SPECIAL! Wednesday Evening, April 8th.. GRUND MASKED CUSKH' ' BENEFIT OF THK WasWflgloa Mowmenl Fond ol T&3 fioi2 Ior iQSnralilsi ADML5SION .73 Cfnrt Kt-Xf-rTediieata 8LOO Bozpn, coutalniug G at S10.00 The Event of the Skating: Season. . Saturday from 9 to 13 A. 31. Children ua. der 16. TEN CENTS. A LLEN'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE. WEEK OF 3IARCH 30 Matinee Saturday S A I a id eBffl OF ffAB By GEN. FELIX AGNUS, aud AI. Louisa jl alloy. Next Week. THE JIINRICHS GRAND OTERA CO. KEI'EUTOIKK. monday j LBS HOGUEKOTS TCKhDAV NIGHT I DillQ? and SAT. AIATINEE. lAUDI CWALLKRIA WEDNESDAY UUSTICANA and PAGGLIACCI THURSDAY MI8H0H friday j WILLIAM TfcLL SATURDAY j IL 1R0YAIQRE NEW TTATIOUAL THEATER. AFTKKNOOK AT . EVKXIXO AT 8. NINTH ANNUAL TOL It O? AIR- E. H.SOTHERN Under -Mar.agcm nt of Daniel FrohmanJ In Daniel I rot roan's Greatest Succesa THE PRISONER OF ZEN DA. Prices 52.00. SL50, SLOO, 3)c, 25c EXTRA-NEXT WEEK. JULIA MARLOWE-TABER AND ROBERT TABER. Mondar Nieht ROMEO AND JULTET. Tueda"r Night.SHESTOOPSTO I ONO.UER Wednesday Niht .THE HUNCHBACK Thur-day Night AS YOU LIKEIT Friday Nighr.KINGHENRYTHE FOURTH Saturday AIatineeTHE LAD OF LYONS Saturday Night .TWELFTH NIGHT Seats Now Selling:. Regular Prices. ACADEAI1 Price 25, CO, 75e and SLOO. Wed. and Sat Mats. 25 and 50c reserved. Mat Today-25 and 50c. HIS ABSENT BOY The Compaxv Frederic Bond. Frank Tan nehil . jr., Alax Fismar, Charles Harbury. Is abclle Coe. Katherine Gray. Harriet Sterling; Louis.t Eldridge. Miss Wiliard and others. W?el 1 JOSEPH HART in "A GAY OLD BOY." Lafayetia Square OPERA rAbsoluteljT UOCaK. LFiruProofJ Aiessrs. C B. JEFFERSON. KLAW & F.R LANGER have the honor to announce taa appearance ot AII& ADA REHAN and Air. ADGCSTIN DALY'S Company. AIAT1NEK TODAY AT 2 COUNTESS GUCKI. TONIGHT AT S TAMING OF THE SHREW. SPECIAL. THE SALE OF SEATS FOB ROB ROY, to be given week of Apr.l 6 by tha Whitney Opera Company, IS NOW OPEN. REGULAR. PRICES. METZEROTT HALL. STODDARD .y LECTURES TRiSi THE MEW TONIGHT AT S Last Time of the Nsw Lecture Od (CONSTAN TINOPLE April 6. 7. S NAPOLEON. Reserved Seats. 75c. and 51. at Aleteerott's. ADAIISBI0N50C. Kernan's Lyceum Theater. All This W-::k. THE FAMOUS RENT2-SANTLEY Novelty and Burlesque COMPANT. Up to data and better than ever. .83- LIVING PICTURES Sa NEXT WEEK Irwin Bros.' BIG SHOW yjLJliE O-IESEIE AND IBnSTJ-O CHiTTjBS- concert Tjniyersalist cimrch, Comer Ktb and Lst..n.w.. AIONITAY, APRIL C, at 3-15 p. ta. PATRONESSES. Airs. Henry B. Brown, Mrs. W. J.Boardman, Air?. Wm. H. Claget, Mrs. John Dalzell. Airs. Geortze Fraser, Mrs. E. Af.GaHan det. Airs. John Hay. Airs. Arnold Hague. Airs. Anna O.Hunt. Airs. N. S. Lincoln, Airs. David R. McKTee. Airs. G. W. Mc Lanahan. Mrs. James AIcAIilhin. Airs. George Shiras. Mrs. George Peabdy Wet lr.ore. Air?. W. C. Whitteinorc, Mrs. E. O. Wolcotc Soats now on sale at Aletzerott's Music Store-, 1110 F street. ELKS' Sacred Concert Sunday Evening April 5, . .. NEW NATIONAL THEATER, BENEFIT OF CHARITY FUND. BRILLIANT ARTISTS. PrIces,S1.0P, 75c, 50c and 25c. No extra charge fur. reserved satto. ap3-2t COLUMBIA ACADEMY. SB or Washington. Cyclinj taujcht on a l"i.CC0 ft. floor. Conrpetent Instrnctors. Charges small. Alusic every Teninj. 22d and. P streets. J: Hart Brittain, Mer. Taka F street cars.