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tfe""0r'?i sess. RATLItOADS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. 'STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B . STREETS. . - In Effect April 24., 180G. 10.3 O A..PNEXLVANIALrMTT iSU l'utiuiau Sleeping. Dlniug, Smoking nnd Observation Cars Harrlsburg to Chicago. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis. C'e eland and Toledo, Butret Varlor Car to Harribburg. - 10.30 .-. 2JL FAST LINE Pullman liuiic; Tariur Car to Harntburg. Parlor and Dining Cars HarrUburc to Pittsburg. 8.40 2?. JiT. CHICAGO AND ST. LOTJ18 L2kt liLrsB Pullman Bullet Parlor Oar to Harrlbbarg. Sleeping and Dinlug Cars Uarrinburt: to St, Louis, Cincinnati, Louhr vllle and Chicago. 7.10 r. M. WESTERN EXPRESS Puliuuii alanine Car to Chicago, and Harrlsburg to Cleveland. Dining Car to Chicago. T.IO "P. 2M. SOUTHWESTERN EX PKESS Puhnian Sleeping d Blnnig Cars to St. Louis, and Sleeping Car Harnsburg to Cincinnati. 10.40 i. AT. PACIFIC EXPRESS. Pullniau Sleeping Car to Pittsburg. 7.50 A. 3M. tor Kane, Jauandalgua. HochcMt-r, itud Niagara Falh dally t ex cept Sunday. 10.30 A. ivr. for Elmira and ltecovo. daily, except Sunday. For Williams port, dailv, 3 40 P. M. .lO I. 3VE. JorWJUiamsport, Rochester. Builalo, and Niagara Falls, dallv. except Saturday, -with Sleeping Car Washing ton to Suspension Bridge via Buffalo. X0.40 I. . for Erie. Canandaigua, Rochester, liutralo and Niagara Falls, daily. Sleeping Car Washington to El mira. "For PuiIudeipb.la.JJew York: and tlio East. 4i.OO I. M. -CONGRESSIONAL LIM ITJBD." daily, all Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Baltimore. Regular nt7.H)5 (Dining Car), 7J20.T). 00, 10.00 (Dining Car), and 11.00 TDlning Car from Wilmii'gton) A- M.. 12.45. 8.1& 4 20, G.40. lo.OO and 11 35 P. M. On Sunday, T.05 (Dining Car). 7.20. 9.00. 11.00 ( Dining Car rrom Wilmington) A. M . 12.15. 3.15. 4 20. C.40. -10.00 and T.1.35 P M. For Philadelphia only. Fast Express, 7.50 A, id. week -days Express. 12.15 week days. 2.01 and 5.40 P M. dailv. For Boston, wlih'jutchauge. .G0 A. M. week days, aud 3 15 P. M. Sally. Atlantic Citv (via Market Street rbrry). 1000 A. M. and 12 45 P. M. week-days. 11 35 P. M. daily, and 1L A.M. Saturdays only. For Baltimore. 6.23, 7.0o, 7.20. 7.50, 9.00, 1O.00. 10.30. 11.00. and 11.50 A. M.. 12.15. 12.45, 2.01, 3.15, 3.40. (4.00 Liinlted4.20,4JlG.5.10.G.05.G.40.7.in. 30.00, 10.40, 11.15. and 11.35 P. "M. On Sunday, 7.05, 7l20. 9.00. 9.05, 10.30, 11.00 A.M.. 12 15,1.15.2.01,3.15,3.40, '4.00 Limited). 4.20, 5.40. G.05. 6.40, 7.10. lG.un, 1O.40. and 11.35 P.M. Tor Pope's Creek Line. 7.20 A. M. aud 4.36 P. II.. dailr, except Sunday. For AnuapolKT.20. 9.00 A. M.. 12.15 and -4.20 P. M ilHilv.ovti'nt Sunday Sundays, 9.00 A M and 4 20 P.M. Atlanta Coast Line. Express for Itichmond, points on Atkinuc Coast Line, 4 .30 A. M.. H.4G P M daily Richmond and Atlanta, 8.40 P M dailv Richmond only, 10.57 A. M. week days. Accommodatoii for Quantico. 7.45 A. M. daily, and 4.25 P. M. week days For Alesandria. 4.30. G.35. 7.43. 8.40, 9.45. 10. lUfl A M.. 12.50. 1.40. 3.20, 4.25. 5.00, 5-37, G.15. 8.02. 10.10 and 11.311 P.M. On Sunday at 4 JO, 7.45. 9.43 A- M., 2 45, G.15, 8.02, and 10.10 P.M. On Sunday at G.43, y.10. 10.28 A. M- 2.15. 5.30. 7.U0, 7.20, 9.10, and 10.52 M. Ticket orrjecs. corner Fifteenth and Q itrcets, and as ttic station. Sixth and B streets, where orders can be loft for the checking or baggage to destination from hotels and residences. 6. M. PREVOFT, J.R. WOOD. Gen. Manager. Gen. Passenger Agent. ALTIMORE AND OHI I BATLHOAD. Schedule In effect April 19, 1590. Leave Washington from station corner of Kew Jersey avenue and C street For Chicago and North went. Vestlbuled Limited trains 11 30 a. m.. 6 05 p in For Cincinnati. St. Louis, nnd Indianap olis. Vestlbuled Limited 3 45 p. ni.. -ex-press 12 15 night. For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express oeily 11 30 a. m. and 8 40 p m. For Lexington and Staunton. 11.30 a.m. For AViueiiebtcr and way stations. b5-30 fi m. For Luray Natural Bridge. Roanoke, Enoxvllte. Cbattauouga. Memphis, and New (triians. 10 50 p. in d ail : sleeDine cars through. w For Luraj. 3 45 p. m. dally For Baltimore, week days, 5 00. 6-30 7 00. x7 lO. x7.30, x8:0D. 8:30. x9-30-rlO 00.X12 00a m.;xl2 05,12 10.x3:o0 8.25. X4 28. 4 32. x5:05. -sO.10. x5-30 5 35. x6 20. 6 30. xb:U0. is 15, x9:20 11 15. xll 50. p. m.; and xl2 01 night Bundays.x7 05, x7 10,8 30,s9:00.xlo:00 a. m.; xl2 03. xl2.3B. l 00. x3:00. 3:25 4-32. x5 05. x5 10, 6:30. x8:00. x0:20: 11.15. xll 50. p. ni., xl2:01 night For Annapolis, 7 10 and 8 30 a.m.; 12 10 and 4-8 p. m. Sundays. 8.30 a. ni 4:32 p. m. For Frederick. a9 00. bll-30a.m..cl 15 b4:30.b5:30 p. ni. ' For Hagerstowu. b 11:30 a. m..aud b5-80 p. tn. For Boyd and way points, week daTs, 9.00 a. ni.. 4.30. 5:30. 7:05 v m. Sundays. 800 a. ni.. 1:15, 7-05 p. m. For Gaitnersburg and way points, week flays. 7:00. 9:00 a. ni.. 12.50. 3:00. 430 :33. 5-30. 5 35. 7:05. 11:30 p. ni. Sun Cays. 9.00 a. in.. 1:15, 5.35. 7:05. 10:25 p. m. . For Washbigton Junction and way Dolnto tBjOO a. ni.. cl:15 p. -m. Express trabis stopping at principal stations only. b4:30. b6-30 p. m. ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW IOEK aiiu -it xi i L,n u Jll'ilXA. the East, week dav: m. Dining Car), 12:00, S:o0, (5 05 DininE CarL 8:0u p. m. (12:01 uight. Bl'eepingCar open at 10:00 o'clock). Sundays. t7-05 Dining Car ),(9:00 a.m. Dining Car;, Il2:35 Dining Car. 3:00, (5:05 Dimng Car). 800 (12:01 uight. Sleeping Car open for iaa eengers lo:00 p. m.) Buiret Parlor Cars on all trains. For AtlanttcCity. 10:00a.m.. 12:00 noon. Euuday8, 12-35 p. m. bExcept Sunday. aDally. cSunday otdr SExprebs train. " Baggage called for and checked from ho tels and residences by Ucioa lTansrer Ooiu pauy, on orders left at ticket orrices, 619 Pennsylvania avenuenorthwest. New Ynrk ttveuueand Fifteenth sueet.aud at denot WM.B. GREENE. CHAS . O SCULLY oeu. Manager. Gen. Pasa. Ajx Southern Railway. (PIEDMONT AIR LIKE.) (Schedule in effect April 19. 1896.1 All trains arrive and leave at Pennsyiva Bla passenger elation. . 6 a. m.DiilU, local forJDanviHe connects Et Manassas lor Strsburg, daily exeunt Sunday, and at Lynchburg "Wjin iheNor! Jolk and estern, daily, and witn heChea epeake and Oldo, dully Tor the Natural Bridge and Clifton Forgo. natural 1 1: 15 a . m. Daily, the UNITED STA tp FAST MAIL, carries Pullman BufretsS jts. New York and Washington to JnclX ville, uniting at Charlotte with l'S; Sleeper for Augusta, also Pullman Sleeper New i ork U New Orleans, via MoutsromerV coniiecliug at Allauta with Pullman SleeVi tr forBirmingham.MernjiliisandSt Louw 4.01 p.ni. Local for Front Royal", IUvei ton and toirastiurg, daily, except aundav ?;,.t;. ... r.AlK. STh'iiS"syiue. :i..v- ?, r; '-, ;,",". ."-:auu'ea k.jnio, U.IUUJ, uiw uuu uuj coaches. Pullman sleepers New "Fork to Asheville ana Hot Spring, N. C.;New York to Taniin via Cliartotte. Columbia. Savannah and Jacksonville, aid New York to Memphis via Birmingham; New York to New Orleans' Via Atlanta and Montgomery. Southern Railway vestlbuled day coach Washi lngtou to Atlanta. Dining car, Greensboro lo Montgomery. TRAINS ON "WASHINGTON ANn OHIO DIVISION leavo Washington O- a rn. dally and 4 45 p. m. aany. .xcept'bun- inZ ' j"4S I V,,in-, ,Sund;,y- only, ror Jlound Hill, 4:32 p. ni. daily, except ounday, for Leesburg, and 6 25 p. m. dally for Herndonf Reljurniiisr. arrive at Washington 8:26 a m and 3:00 p. ..,. daily, from Round Hilf and 7:06 a. m-daily, except Suajy.Trom Hem- Sn ?li"nn-.4 p' JPr "y.Manassas dlvb o n,'n10:0 a-.nlv dal,y except Sunday, and '$? ,a m-,,5al '' om Charlottesville. Tickets, slcniing car reservatioa and In- formation furnibhedatoffices, 511 and 1300 Pennsylvania avenue and at Pennsylvania Railroad Passenger Station: W- H. GBEES, Gen.Snnt , a. M. CULT-. Tmffio M,?narrer. W. A. TTJHK. Gen. T?n". Ajreat l Auction Sales HORSES. HORSES' Tomorrow Thursday), May 7, 103 a, ju at our now auction stables, 11th st. nw SO head oriiorrcs, Csaddlcra. one pony, lOilnc drlveis, all gua a Uced and sold without limit. MAGRATH & KENNELLY, Auctioneers. PBOrOSALS. PROPOSALS J"or constructing coal Bhcd. AVashington Barracks. D. C, April 15, 1896 Sealed proposals in trip licate will be .received here until 12 noon .MAY ID, 1896, and then opened, for con struction or a coal shed. Information can be had on application to IRAA. HAINES, First Lieut. 4th Artillery. Q. M. apl7.18.20,21-maj6.7 TREASURY DT2PAKTMENT.-WASH-iugtSh, 1). C, April 6, 1896 Sealed proposals will be "received at this Depart ment until 2 o'elockp.-m., THURSDAY. Mav 7, 1890. for furnishing to the Treasury building and its dependencies in the city of :Vashington, D. C. during the filial year ending June 30, 1897. the following described service and supplies: For re moving ashes, sewing, laying and cleaning carpets .and washing toweU; for purchase of waste paper; Tor supplying stationery, forage, ruel, ice, lumber, tiles, boxes: eta Proposals for stationery, lorage. tuel. ir-p. lumber, furniture, ualnteri' and plumbers' material, hurdware and miscel laneous supplies will include the quanti ties reqiiiruu uy inu iuuaii uuu ucuuuui; Sun-ey, and those for stationery, forage, fuel nnd ice will Include the quantities required by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Blank forms of proposals, with instructions to bidders, can be obtained upon application -to the"crfice jof the Su perintendent, Treasury building. The Department reserves the right to reject any and all bids, jor any part of a bid. and to waive defects. S. WlKE. Acting Secretary- apll,12.2G.rny6 NATVTT DEPARTMENT. WASHINGTON, April 20, 1890. Scaled proposals are invited and wul lie received until 2 o'clock p. in., MAY 7, 189B, -for the purchase of all waste paper of the Navy Department and Its several bureaus and offices, except canceled charts aud books of the Hydro graphic Office, during the fiscal year end ing Junc30, 1897. Tney should be indorsed "Proposals for "Waste Paper," and ad dressed to the Secretary of the Navy, and be accompanied by a written guarantee, signed by one or more responsible persons, to the effect that the bidder will, if bis proposal be accepted, at once enter into contract and give bond with satlsfactory secunty, in the penal sum or S100, for the faithful performance thereof. The con tractor will be notified when to remove the paper, and must remove it immediately when so notified, in order to prevent undue accumulation; mustluruish necessary sacks, place the paper therein for weighing, and pay for the paper before removal, w. Mc ADOO. Acting Secretary of tiic Navy. ip-u.myb jde:p-ajrtj&Eni OF THE INTER IOR ueneriu Lniui urnec. Washington, D. C, April 11. 1896. Sealed proposals will be leceivert at this office until 2 o'clock p. 111.. THURSDAY. MAY 7, 1890. for photo-lithographing and printing 15,000 copies, more or less of Hie maps of the United Stales, and 20,000 copies, more or less, of the maps of the land. States and Territories prepared in the General Laud omce, in the .fiscal year ending June 30, 1897. Specifications as to the character of the work, size of map. quality of paper, may be procured at tins office, where speci mens will be exhibited to bidders, who iiust sati'-rv themselves as to all require ments. At the same time and place pro posals will alio be opened for photo-lit lio graphing una printing biicli copies of town ship pints anil other official plats consti tuting part of the offlci.tl records of tiie office a- shall be required during theri-cal year ending June 30, 1P97. Each pro joal must b accompanied by a certrTied ehecktor 0 per cent i:f the amount hid. De tails and samples of the work to be done will be exhibited to Judders on application. All bids accepted and contract awarded subject to an appropriation by Congress to meet the expense. Bonds with approved sureties forfairhf u! performance of the work will be required. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. Proposals must be made In duplicatcnnd addressed to theCom missinner of the General Land Office, in dorsed on the envelcqie, "Proposals for United States. Maps,'" or. "Proposals for reproducing Township Plats," as the c.iFe may be. All proposals will be opened at the time and place above stated, and bidders are Invited to be present at biieh opening. S. W. LAMOUEUX, Commissioner. apl2,19.25.26.my2.0 I'OSTOFFICE NOTICE Should be read dally by all interested as changes may occur at any time. Foreign mails for the week, ending May 9, close promptly at this office as fol lows: TriniK-Atlantlc Mulls. WEDNESDAY At 7:20 p. m., for Eu rope, per s. s. 'Columbia, from New York, via. Plymouth, Cherbourgand Hamburg. THURSDAY At 10 bo p. in . for New foundland pers.s Carthaginian, from Phila delphia. Pa, FRIDAY At 9:20 p. m.. for France, Switzerland, Italv. Spain, Portugal, Tur kev, Egypt, and Hriiibh India, per s. s. La Bourgogne, from New York, via. navre; letters for other parts of Europe must be directed "Per La Bourgogne;" at 9.20 p. m., for Net Perln nds. direct, per s. b. Werkendam, from New York, via. Hotter dam; letters musl be directed "Per Werk indnm;" at 10:50 p. m., for Scotland di feet, per 8. s. Circassia, from New York, via. Glasgow; letters must be directed "Per Circassia;" at 10:50 p. m., for Europe, per b. s. "Lucania, from New York, via. Queenstown; at 10:50 p. m., ibr Norway direct, per s s. Norge, from New York; letters must be directed "Per Norge." -PRINTED MATTER. ETC.-Qerman steamers sailing on Tuesdays, Thursdays nnd Saturdays, take printed matter, ere. for Germany, and specially addressed print id matter, etc., ror other parts of Europe White Star steamers sailing on Wednes day take specially addressed printed mat ter, etc.. for Europe. Cunard steamers siiiline on Saturdays take printed matter, etc. for Great Britain and Ireland, and specially addressed print ed matter, etc for other parts ofEurope. ilulls for South nnd Central America, Yet IndleH, etc. WEDNESDAY At 6:25 a. m. for La Plata countries direct, per s. s. Manitoba, irom New York. At 2:35 p. in. for Port Antonio. Jamiaca, per steamer fromBoston. At 10:50 p. m. for "Bermuda, per s. a. Trinidad, from New York. AC 10.50 p. m. for Costa Rica, per s. s. Albert Dumols, from New York, via Limon. THURSDAY At 6 25 a. m. for Brazil and La Plata countries, via Pcrnambuco. Jlio Janeiro and Santos, per s. s. Capua, from Baltimore (letters for North Brazil must bedlrected("per Capua.") At 6:25 a.m. for Port Antonio. Jamaica, per steamer from Baltimore. At 6:25 a. m. for Nassau. N. P., and Santiago de Cuba, per s. s. Santiago, from New York. FRIDAY At 6:25 a. m. for Porto Rico direct, per s. a. South Cambria, from New York. At 01:50 p. in. for Fortune Ibland, Jamaica andGreytown. per s.s.Adirondack, from New York (letters for Costa Rica must lie directed "per Adirondack.") SATURDAY At 6:25 a. m. for Brazil and La Plata countries, per s. s. Bea Bellido, from New York, via Pcrnambuco, Bohla, Rio Janeiro and Santos (letters for North Brazil must be directed "per Bea Bellido.") At 7:20 p. m. tor "Progre.sso. per s. s. Habana. from New York (letters for other parts of Mexico must be directed "per Habana.") Registered mail closes at 6 p. m. same day. Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to Hali fax and thence by steamer, close at this office daily at 12:05 p. m. .Malls for Miqnelon. ny rail to Boston and thence bv steamer, close at this office daily at 12:05 p. m. Matlsfor Cuba, except Santiago de Cuba, which are forwarded via Ne w York, close at this office daily at 3 p. m. for fprward ing b v steamers sailingMondays and Thurs davs'trom Port Tampa, Fla. MallslorMexlcD.overiand.unlcssspeclally addressed for dispatch by steamer, close at this office dally at 9;50 a. m. Truns-P-aclflo Malls. ' Malls-for China and Japan, specially ad dressed only, per a. s. Empress of China, from Vancouver, close here daily up to Jday 4. at 6:30 p. m. "Mails Tor China, Japan, and Hawaii, per steamer Doric, from San Francisco, close here dally up ty May 6, -at 6.30 p.m. Mails Tor China and Japan, per s. a. Ta enma. from Tacoma, clnse here daily up to May 11, at 6:30 p. m. Mallsfor Ha waii, per b.-k .Australia, from Son Jranclsco, close here daily up to May 17, at 6:30 p. m. Mails for Australia, except those for Wc6t Australia, which are forwarded via Europe, New Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji and Samoan Islands, per s. s. Monowal, .from San Francisco, close here daily up to May 23, at 6:30 p. m. Mails tor Australia, except West Austra lia, Hawaii and Fiji Islands, speciallv ad dressed only, per s. s. Warrimoo, from'Van couver. close here daily up to May 23, at 6:30 p.m. Minis lor the Society Islands, per ship Gal ilee, tf rom San Francisco, close here daily -up to May 25, at 6:30 p. m. Trans-Pacific mails are Torwarded to the port of sailing daily, and the schedule of closing Is arranged upon, the presumption of their uninterrupted overland transit. Registered maihrtoses at 1 p. m. same day. Postoffice, Washington, JJ. C, May 2, 1896. ,. S2LMEBT. T7ILLETT. rostmaQfr. TiliS MOBSima FOIl TtENT ROOMS. LIGHT HCOTDSBlCliJJUMNG x-vo lomus; second rioor; lurniaucu. complete; cooking uteusils, dishes, gas, bath, sewing macnine; Sll. 301 10th si. sw., .near fcsmjtnsouian. It FOR RENT Parlor floor, suitable for o.i(.e,iuinishcd aud unturuisiied rooms; centrally located. 9071Lst..nw. my6.9,l0 FOR RENT Oue fur. room ou2dlloor. 2234 X2th iiit. It FORRENX-Large, nicely-fur. front room, suituole lor one or two gentle men. 66 K st.nw. It FOR RENT turuished iront rooms; nicely pupered; S5 and SO. 633 N.J. avc.uw. mj6-7t FOR RENT The hundsomestorc room, 2UU i-eiiusyivaniaave.se.; best location on Capitol Uiu for wry goods or merchant tailor. Apply to JOHN H. 01J0NNELL, 3z0 Pa. ae.,CapitolHiU. jny5-3tum FOR RjUNT rsiteiy lunnsheu, lid noor front; atbo 3d iloor back, at summer prices. 720 10th st. iiff. my5-3t-em FOR RENT Complete furnished room, aoaJiioutii. 43gj.at.nw. iny5-3terii FOR RENT Tlireenice houses in T win ing ciuy; neautirul location; 6 rooms; hull and wuter; newly papereu; only &10 per .month. Apply to JOHN H. O'DON j iaLL,3a0Pn.ae.,CiipitolHill. m y5-3tem FOR RENT-One or more rooms, fur nishea or unfurnished; modern conven iences; moderate price. 709 8th at. uw. my5-3tem . FOR RENT 1 neatly fur. .room on 2d floor, with oath and gas, $7. 417 H nw. royo-at-em FOR RENT 1017 14thst. nw. Large, tomiortauic rooms; rent reasonable. It-era FOR RENT Fur. or unrur. rooms at loaaiuth iiff. lt-em FOR RENT 1 123 11th at. nw.; two mceij rurinshed rront rooms, single or en suite, with or without board; ever jibing first-class. myD-3t FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms; newiy papered; bath..gas; lady in of lice preferred. 9u9 3rd st. nw. iny5-3t FOR RENT No. 10 Grant place, very . large aa-biory front room; nicely fur nished; also hall room; at ery inouerute rates iuy5-3t FOR RENT 717 H st. nw.. nice, com- tortaoie rur. rooms, with or without board; transient. niy5-3t FOR RENT 1322 13th st. nw, near lowa Circie; beautiful location; un furnished; 2d rioor; 3 roonib and bath; in. i. my5-3t FOR RENT -lob li bt. uw., fcu biory rooms aim good board, !10 per mouth; 1 square to came cars. m5-3t FOR RENT Newly papeied lid biory riiuiu. uiu st. ii w.. bet. ki and R; boutu aud east txposuies; a. ni.i., auriiibhed, -U; uuruniibhcii, Jr4. AUurt&al'itiY A'lhil'.iM lLY, this ol'ilce. my5-3t FOR RENT Entire Hat, 3 untLrnislicd looms, iait,e eiosets; si,uarc iroiii Capi tol; a. m. i., luiuccd to ipil. 130 Carrol' bl. bC. my5-3t FOR RENT Two nice lur. rooms; with oi without uoard. 308 K nw. my5-3t FOR RENT Lurur., Z large front rooms, in Jioor; 3 rooms 3d itoor; light housekeeping; gas lor cooking, bummer pneei. 915 E bt. nw. inj5-0t FOR RENT Fur. lrout room, parlor, near u. 1'. O.; excellent neighborhood; $S. 1102 N. Capitol si. my5-2t FOR RENT Large iiiiasmalliuruiblied rooms; single or en suite, a. m. i. 626 I bt. u w. my0-3t FOR RENT Cool iront rooms, large airy house, well kept, good board; two In a room, $40. 11211 bi.nw. my4-3t-em FOR RENT Rooms, furnished or un- luniibhcd, ior rent, with board; home comfortb; use of parlur and piuuo; first- elass table bourn given lor 3.00 per week. 633 I bt. uw. my-l-3t-em FOR RENT Pur., dt-sirab'.e rooms; low irlce. 4lt G st. nw. my4-7t,em FOR RENT t-drge, cool, neatly lur. rooma, 8 and 6. 1D20 Gth st. nw. my4-3t,em LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING Fur and uufur.roiuiis; room auu board, SIB and $20; table board, S13. 471 C st. nWj my3-7t FOR RENT For light housekeeping; lour uiuur. rooms; an fiont; cool, pleas ant; accession to four lines of can,; for rem, single oi en buue;buiumer.nuca 902 0 st. uw. my 3-7 1 FOR RENT An elegant large second story rront room, -with extra large alcove; also connecting room, if desired; haiidsomel furnished; a. in. I.; everything first cl.iss, and near three car lines; table unsurpassed; regular "Uier;"uiinimer prices to acceptable purmaiiriit p.iriie&.refcrtm-es reqnired 215 E I'apiloist. mj3-tt FOR RENT Rooms in the northwest, luniisiicd or uiiluniibhed. at bummer prices, first, second and third floors, witti or without board;, references exchanged. Address TA.Nyl'A. this office. myl-7t-em FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished rooms, biiigie or en suite. 18t7 14th st. n w . m yi-7t-em FOR RENT Nice bultc of rooms for t-umiiirr on lbt llcior; other fui. loonis; wltli or witliout board; cars; transients. 230 A st. he nivi-ot FOR RENT 2 or 3 unfur. rooms Tor light housekeeping; heat and light. 325 a st. ne. rnj 1-6 1 FOR RENT Three unruruished rooms, second rioor. 821 5th st. nw.; refer encea required. ap28-tf FOR RENT One ulce, large room for 2 gentlemen and first-elass board; S1G a month. 725 8tlist. ne. ap24-J.4t-em FOB RENT STORES. FOR RENT A space in store; a good stand ior an optician; in one of the best thoroughfares. Address SPACE B.. this office. my5-3t HOARDING. DESIRABLE board furnished to a jtew gentlemen; terras reasonable; spe cial .rates to two gentlemen occupying one room; railroad Jare 6 ceuts. P. 0. Box 24, Forest Glen, Md. my5-3t,em WANTED BOOMS. WANTED- gentleman wants anicely furnibhed room in northwest with peo ple who attend to their own affairs. Ad dress C C. this office. It W ANTED-Hiisband, wife, and one child, seven years old, desire four large unfurnished rooms lor housekeeping; six blocks from B. & O.; btate price, in cluding heat and gas. Address L. H., this office. It WANTED-Room andboa rdin payment ror suburban lot situated on B. & 0. It. R.; 16 minutes' ude; near electric cars and railroad station. Address SUBURBAN, this office: It "WANTED-Furnishcdroorn;staleprice. Address V. II., this of fice. It MOyjETT TTAN'TED AND TO XOAJT. SS.GOb. ""51,500, .31,000, and other sums to loan on real estate at lowest rates; prompt attention to applications. HALPH W. LEE. 1331 F st. my8-lw SSO.OOO to loan on real estate in sums of $100 to $10,000; no delay. JOHN H. O'DONNELL, 326 Pa. ave. ee. my2-lAv,em MONEY to loan in large or Email amounts on approved collateral. "We take Stocks, Bonds, Trusts, Building and Loan Association Shares, Syndicate Cer tificates. Lire Insurance Policie.3 in old line companies, "Warehouse Receipts, etc. jr you wish to reserve your bank credit; ir you deem It unwise or unprofitable to ask a friend to Indorse; it you have no bank account; jf In a hurry, call on us. No de lay. TERKES & BAKER, 40 to 46 Met erott Building, 1110 F st. MONEY TO LOAN Large suma at 5 and 5 1-2 per cent on D. 0. real estate; ?250, S500, $750, eto., at 6 per cent; all transactions conducted with eco nomical consideration for borrowers. "WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO .,1407Fst.uw. rnr8 MONEY to loan at 5 and 6 per cent on District of Columbia realty; no delay If security is satisfactory. "WALTER H. ACKER. 704 14th nw. JySl-tf STEAMSHIP LINES. AMERICAN- LINE. New York Southampton (London-Paris) Twin-screw U. S. MailStDauiship3.. Sailing every "Wednesday, NewY'k, May6. 10am Bcrlin.SatJunC.IOam Paris.... May 13, 10 am 1 St.PauL.Jnn 10. 10 am St.Paul, May 20, 10 am j Paris.Sat Jnn 13.10 am NewY'k. May7,10am New Y'k, Jun 17,10 am -St. Louis. Jun3, 10 am I St. Louis, Jun 24,10 am RED STAR LINE. NEW YORK TO ANTWERP. SOUTHWARK.....Wcduesuay. MayO, Noon NOORDLAND ... .Wednesday May 13,Uoon FRIESLANH..:.. ."Wednesday. May20. Noou KENSINGTON Wed. May 27, 10:30 a. in International Navigation Company, piers 14 and 15, Uortli Rlvor. Oflioa 0, How ling Green, JN. Y GEO. "W. MORS. Agent, G21Penua. Ave. . TOTES, WEDSTESPAT, PERSONALS. MME. B'EANCi! Card reauer and from cradle to 324 East Cap- mj6-7t ini'iiiiini- rue iriveh grave; 25 and 50 'cents. Itol st.; hours. 9 to 9 .BUSINESS Medium 15 days only. MRbTtobiN, 4Tlf bt.ne. Iteni T-inW aijuui. utess . ciotnes Are you aware of the fact-'that we areselli'; splendid custom-made suits"a trifle" worn at rigures that it will pay you to know about. JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 619 D st. nw. ," r my5-lwk SiIRITU-A.IiISI!i!l V test seance "Wednesday eveuins at WTonnB Hall, 721 6th -st. nw.. by Mrs. Zoller, medium. Interviews daily 523 13th, between E and Fnw. V ray5-2t. SPIRITUALISM.MU8.MASSETT. Busmcbs and test medium; hours 10 to 6. 401 II st. nw. irny3-4t DANCING taught privately, Si; any hour daily to 9 p. in.; class, S3 for 8 lessons; lady teachers: private residence; refs. Address QUICK METHOD, this office. my3-7t DR. MARY GORDON, Our Gieat Healing Medium and Spiritual Mother, 520 lath st, nw. LET us .send a case of Banner Hrewlug Company'scelebratedbeortoyourhoiise. One dollar a case. Drop postal. Washing ton agency, 421 lOthst. uw. npi 7-tr.em HALE3. Medium, clairvoyant and card reader, tells life from cradle to grave; ako business and love af fairs; rrleuds and enemies; lost or btolen property; unites the separated: causes speedy marriages; removes spells, aud can help you iu your most difficu it troubles: 20c and 50c 929 U st. uw ; nlways at home. ap9-lmo NO FEE UNTIL CURED. DR. IiEJi.TSER2VlA.N- Specialist iu all forms of private diseases. Hydrocele, Variooeleaud Stricture cured. Consultation iree; .hours, 9 to 12. 2 to 6, TucB.Thurs.fcBat.;even.7 to 8. 002 F nw. IdROF. CliA-x".. Clairvoyant, tells all events of lire; business, love afrnlrs, lost or stolen property; dally, 10 to 9; Tee, 50c 489 H at?, -bet. 4 1-2 and 6th sts. sw. apll-lni.em TWiyiTi. JSSTELL. uieuium and card reuder; tells pust and future; gives good luck; cures all diseases. 913 19th st. uw. np7-luio Specialist, 461 Missouri Av. Office Hours I Q to 2-6 to 8. DR. TAYLOR. no6 F M. nw.. makes full bets or teeth Tor 55; satisfaction guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain; gold fHUng. $1; amalgam. 50c. se4-tf L.JVlXJKis iiet'tiiug votiiiuentiul treat ment. A enfe aud sure relief In all iemale trouble, constipaiiou, irregulari ties, tumor, cancer, opium nublt, iletula, etc. Separate rooms for patients berore and duriug confinement, and find homes lor mraiits if required. Strictly confiden tial. MRS. DR. RENNER, 16 Fourth st. ne.. near L Capiiol St., Washington, D. O. e3-tf 3". T. WALKERSOft H. -'l Ibth st. nw., carpet nning, it'lt, lire brick, and clay, Ubbe.si os, pain ts.nrushes, lime, cement. two nnd three-ply roofing material. ap21-tf FOB SATE MISCELLANEOUS. i'oiTsAXiE fa wii "ticket lor gentle man oumuire oialiiond ring uy xADi IN Nfce.u, tnis office. lt FOR SALE Three burner oil btove , .in .ji.oo ianj, t, lurce burner gas btove, 1.-0; three bnruer gasoline stove, $d. 5u.au new and perfect goous, "OliLAP jiiaT toi'ORE Ow iiili'lrii, l urtiiturc, car-l)v-is, hoiibi' iurmsiiiug', At. Looo anu 2uvti Vth st. nw. . apl6-lm Aim we were jiuKi enougu 10 get their whole stoci; of enfeioijes.u.u cardsat a great reduction; we ifowiircpose to show itiu oubinesb ineti wnut a baigatn we've got ror them, as long as the siock holds uiic we'll innt l,uw ime eiieiopeb lor S1.7D; 1,000 rine tuHlnes carus, vl.&0; our reguiur prices aiu n and i2.60. Hl M, OR?i'U- PUB. liOLSE, my6-7t lt a bl5 F st. nw. FOR SALE-$5 Hiittan baby coach; 'tool qu. -2 13 t- bl. sw. It TO hotels, grocers utifl buichers Do you want to it am no"lo save iveV If jou Jo, come ana exuimpgiiie uucsu iiuproed iioxlty Dry-Air leu buxj.allbnies iu stock; best makes of butebivs, and grocers' loom ami scan..- always mstdek. Tul'aiuXLls: MANUFACTURING. CU.. 731 .9th 'sC' uw. m6-tr FOB SALE-wi or tinnero' tools and uiucimico, alto slate niaulle and lutrone stove. I'UKM'lURh iA.CUAiNl.Ji, 3206 M st. u w. . It FOR SALE-Square piauo", t:hcap, at-l a i'i -i i- bl. bw. in j i2 t FOR SALE One lmproed fceamen's ice Lrvani Machine, iron frame and copper kettle, 40 ijuuTts, an nxtuieo cvim pleie, 60 gallons in luo and ireezer; IrOm nntr gailou lo gallon, soid cheap. 619 a 1-2 bt. sw. mj6-3t FOR SALS Slock aud fixtures of niuuu b'uecry aud meat biore; good cnauce ior meat man, firei-cUsa locauon; will bell cheap, owner hub otuer business. Audress X. li. '., tiiibomce. tlem FORSALE-Oiie '95 high-grade Cres cent wheel, one '94A"icioi ,boiu as good as new. J. 1. BROWN, Engineer, Gaits Mill. 1st and D sib, nw. myG-ti,em FOR Si4.LE 20-foot pleasure yacht, s0, or exchange ror a wneel. J. B. HURU, 704 10th st. nw. niyo-3t.mn FOR SALK-A Pair of tiay norseb, 16 hands, prompt drivers, rcliuble in every way; a very rme carnage team, douule hur jiess and Rrewster T-cart, original cost of outfit 31,S00. Can be seen at the HEX STAULEb. E St., bet. 6th and7tb uw. my5-3t-cm FOR SALE-Serviceable Victor bicy cle, io. Apply 62t "W tutuey ave. nw. myj-at-ein IOH SALtE A very fine young, bound nurse, xo nuuas nigii, weigos i,iu n., also delivery wagon and harness; will sell cheap. 1105 llui st. nw. rnyr.3t POK SALE-Al Tsycho bicycle; bar gain 10 quick buyer. 1102 N. Cap. st. niy6-a FOR SALE W properly conducted, oue or me best leeu ilorc siuuda m Washington, Nos. 323 and 320 7th st. se.; the owner, wnoiBinuieniiuisirj and unable to give personal utieiiiiou, wul bell stock auu fixtures, -with or wlthoul the horse and -ivagou, cheap. H. P. P1LLSBURY, 3d and New YorK ave. nw. my5-3t FOR S ALE Anihlereat in a good busi ness; income Jarge; expenses light; email capital required. Addiess i)06 llth st. se. niy5-3t FOR SALE Cheap; leather, shlftnig lop surrci, liarncbs aud sotrei marc; also top buggy. Call at 1153 23d xl. nw. myS-3t FOSl SALE-Old established duiing room, utigc regular run irade; prominent Ihoroughrare; low .rent; excellent equip meiils; a snap. Address ROLAND, this office. niy5-6t FOR SALE Boys' .pneumatic bicycle; u..eciienu cuudiuou; lo. 416 G st nw. my4-3tem FOR SALE Meat and provision store; aiocK anu Jixiureb. 1519 bth nw. mya-3tem FOR SALE One-quarter lione C. & C. eiccuic motor, with wires, switch board, shaft and pulleys. Apply to 1208 E st. nw lV my4-"3tem POK S ALE Cheap, a fine dairy" lunch room; uet locationr Apply to HAYES Kautfman, 617 -E htr nw. my 4-4 1- FOR SALE Coal and wou juiu, in north westbectlou; central location. Ad dress COAL ANU WOOD, this office, and I will call. my3-7t FOR "SALE OR EXCHANGE Bar gains In carriages, buggies and wagons; different styles; nisso 3 jobs on account of storage: no reasonable offer refused. 927 I) st. nwl ap29-lmo FOR S ALE CheaprDougiasgas range; used only hhort time; lour holes and large oven. Apply 1206 G st. nw., top flat. - 45: mj2-if FOR SALE-TTJonitng pigeons; 50c. pairs, Aouress' 812 0 si. nw. my 1-7 t-em i FOR SALE Cheap, 500 large govern ment 'blank boots. "-221 10th nw. myl-tf. FOR SALE Twenty-five or thirty case frames for composing room; u number of type cases. Address F RAMES, this office. mrl2-tf FOR RENT STJBURBAy. FOR RENT-On ilicRi Bt. road, near Silver Springs, a 20-room dwelling and 4 cottages; all iu good condition; llright "wood avenue electric cars pass in front of the property; beautiful grounds; good water, and the highesfpoint in the District; well known as the "Clagett Mansion;'' an excellent opportunity Jor the right party to rent a first-class summer boardingplace. For terms, etc.. apply lo WALTER H. ACKER, 704 T.4th Bt. nw. niy3-lwk SPECIAL NOTICES. DR. SHADE. 1232 14th St.. is the only nhvslcian In this city who has proven his .ability to cure consumption and J an complicated lung.-throat ann catarrnai diseases,; hours, 9 to 12 and 2 to 6 -on Monday. Wednesday -and Friday: -Sunday, froml to 2; consultation free: can or write tor booklet: svmnton Tdanfafor those wbo I desire treatment by mall. ap27-10t,em- MAT ff, 1&96. FOB KENT TIO USES. COR RENT 7-roora brick house; m.i.; H mi Delaware ave. ne.; l i-z squares from Capitol; rent $20.50. Apply 1704 Oregon ave. nw. roy5-3t FOR RENT 2 rooms. 15th near. 8, ' small brick houses nrlvate family; no children; with or without meals; virtu--j any ar, your own price, j.u.jm. roy-.it-cm FOR RENT 407 3d et. sw, Nice 3 room brick house, to good colored ten ant; rent very low. Apply at 942 K st. nw ap4-tf FOB SALE HOUSES. FOR SAIjE OR TRADE PIney Point, Aid.; six-room cottage, mansard roof; three-room storehouse; live ucres; on salt water; bplendid jilace for clubhouse or business stand; rare chance. FRANK HUME. 454 Pa. ave. mal-7t FOR SAIE Pretty 6-room and oath, buy -window brick; large concrete cel lar; cost $3,250; will sell ror 2,250; as sume trust of $1,800; pay $150 cash, aud $300 In monthly instalments; and you may have lt:lookaut today. JOHN F.PAREr. 1411 G at. Tnr2i9-tf W AN TED- HOUSES. WANTED-A messenger in one of the ucpiirtnients would hue to huvc the care of a houhe during the summer; good references. AddreasrvMESSENGER. Xhia office. my5-3t MISCELLANEOUS. LOOK aim read uiib Tne x'hiladciiitna Curpet Cleaning Co. will clean with all the new processes; renovate! on tne floors; steam or machine; cold storage and in surance. Ofrice, 909 12th st. nw. No estra charge for taking up. It FLASH light your ramily group and p-irlor; one large photograph $1. FLVrNN'S. 1914 14th st. nw. my6-3t $400 was the price or u fine upright piano; will sell it now for $185: it was used but little; piano tuuiug. SHOE MAKER'S, 422 9th st. uw. It LIGHTNING RODS-New and re paired; order oy teicpuono 138-2, or postal. J. H. KUEHLING, 1200 Penn. a ve. m y4-m. w-2t TYPEWRITERS for rent (standard makes) ut reduced rates, with priv ilege of purchase. Machines "furnished at ,our office, 25 cents per day. NEWMAN'S, 611 Seventh st. mj5-7t-em LADIES and children's dresses made; goou nttang; correct style; neat finish. No. 709 8th bt. nw. niy5-3t-em $1.98-REDUCED FROM: $3. For a lew days 12 he-it Cabinet Photos for $1.98. ESTABROOK, 1227 Pa. ave. iny5-7t,em ONE Hundred dollars will buy cigar and newspaper btand, with btock aud fix tures complete: a bargain: rent paid until June 1. HOTEL LAWRENCE. lt.em AWNINGS $2 up per window; work unci material guaranteed. DIMIIICK'S, 1122 K st. ne. iuyG-Sr. FOR hire to drummers and business men. horseandbuggyor Dayton. $1.50and$2 per day. Apply to the REX STABLES, rear of 615 E st. uw. Telephone call 109. my4-7t IF YOU want to buy a encap house or lot as an Investment, an agent to collect your rents, the services of an at-torney-at-law, your will made, your house insured, the services of a notary public who is alwavs in ids office from 7.a. m. to 6 p. m. Call and see JOHN II. O'DON NELL, 326 Pa. ave.. Capitol Hill, 'near National Capital Bank. my2-lw-em ROACHES must go. VERMICIDE is the exterminator. You do not catch your roach. VERMICIDE catches It for jou. "Why buy ufeeless Temedies? Uuy VERMICIDE, the infallible remedy. For sale by Burehell, 1325 F st. nw.; Magruder & Co.. 1222 Conn, avc.uw.; C. C. Brvan, 1413 N. Y. ave, n. w.; John S. Cisscll. 1014 7th st. nw. myl-lm USE TI1E WATER PitOOF ATI ELASTIC HOOF TAINT. Befct in use. AH work guaranteed. Ieaka htopped free of charge, and charge only for pain ing;beitorreiereuce. "WM. il.BARK KR -V CO- 409 "Warner 8t. nw. myl-7t "WE1TSWASEING aud poinUng up done by C. WRIUUT, 46a N. Y. ave. nw. ap30-6 t-em CAM PETS AND RUGS CLEANED Crtabe removed; coiorb restortd; satis faction guaranteed. CAPITOL CARPET WORKS. Giir, G. Bt. uw. np30-7t I RESPECTFULLY notify the pub lic mat 1 have negotiated for the rovally bred stalhou Uproar, .No. 12435, for the years 1896 and 1&97 This stallion -will make thotwo seasons at the Seven Oak Stock Farm, situated in Maryland, tbc miles from Washington, at S1.5 a season, llorfifs iiastured and wintered at rea sonable rates. .For information call or address E. BURGDORF, 41b Sth et. nw. np-0-lm CABIN JOEK. GREAT FALLS. AM) UPPER POTOMAC For charter the steam launch Florence; capacity 40; for day and evening parties. JEnouire JOUS MARCON.NIER, 1073 32d st. nw. or engineer at Judd Jr Uetweilcr's, 420 11th st. nw. ao22 lmo SEND J our carpets to us to be thoroughly cleaned by our patent steam process All work thorouehly done and guaranteed by us. We allow no moths to exist. Terms the very lowest. A. II. CHASE & 15R0.. 619 La. avenue. Send pot.taL a pi a.-3mos. B. L. HATS lo the cheapest printer; go to him; neat business cards, 1 per 1,000. 1221 M Bt. ne. ap9-lmo SO CEiNTS DOWWew credit sys tem: lace curtains. Bmvrna rues. nnr. tlrres. table linen, clocks, silverware, ban quet lamps, quilts, decorated dinner and toilet sets, teachers' Bibles, albums, etc. Send postal: will bring samples. NORTH EAST CREDIT HOUSE, 1210 H St. ne; open till 9 p. m. ap8-lmo TRY RUBBER ROOF PAINT. WE STOlCwVLL LEAKS FREE and charge only Ior painting; work guaran teed. NAT. RUBBER UOOFPAINT CO. 1023 8th st. nw. PIANOS moved by experienced men. 2. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO.. 323 4 1-2 st. nw. Thone 1566. febl6-tf FURNITURE moved: largest 2-borse load In the city, 52.50; experienced handlers. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO.. 323 4 1-2 et. nw. 'Phono 1566. fel6-tf FOR SALE SrjBtritBA2f. OFFERS solicited for beautiful lot in 'leiiie.Mown; for truck farm or resi dence plat; 2 1-2 miles out, (Virginia); great bargain to immediate purchuser. OWNER, this office. It FOR SALE Reduced from $1,500 to $1,250, two and oue-half acres near Silver Springs and North Takoma Hotel; four-room house; fruit trees aud shrubs. T.M.. this office. wy5-3t OAK GROVE. B. & P. R. R-. acre lots, !ou up; houses built to subpur chaser. Room 7, Atlantic Building. my2-7t FOR SALE-55,000 residence for $2,500, on halt-acre lot, all fenced, good "water, and beautifully located in a popular subdivision 8 miles out on B. & O. and electric railroad to Baltimore; house 9 rooms, bath, and large porches. NEWMAN & SX)N, 611 7th st. nw. np28-lm,era TOR SALE STORES. 3TOR SAXjE Old established dining loom, targe regular run trade; nromiuent thoroughfare; low Tent; excellent equip ments; a snup. Address ROLAND, this of fice. my4-7t FOR SALE Cigar store. 1383 H jie-myl-7c FOR SALE FARMS. FOR SALE Small rarm; crops and block, U0 miles from Washington, on Washington Southern Railroad. Audress J. M. SPKINGMAN, Spriugman, Ta. mj-4-lBt TOB SALE LOTS. FOE SALE-Choice lot in Holmead Manor; 1UXI35; easy terms. D. Jtf. DALLTNGEK. 218 lOtlmw. my5-7tem LOST. LOST orforgotat postoffice nickel-plated pocket Inkstand Bring to OWNER, this office. It LOST-Dropped from a 7th St. car be tween R and N sts., a valued -umbrella; finder please notify 121 2 14th st. nw. It LOST Tuesday afternoon, a small, open face gold watch, with fob chain, and pencil attached, hctween Scott Circle and Museum. A suitable reward if returned to 412 10th st. sw. it LOST Monday evening, a green Para quete bird ,ln ne.; suitable regard ir re tnrnedJ.o 219 fell st.ne. lt-em LOST Monday afternoon, on T st., bc tweenj 14th and 15th, a shell hair pin; filagree gold top; yberal reward by leaving same at 1842 15th st. my5-3fem LOST On "Monday, April 27, a dark blue -Skje terrier dog. $5 reward it returned to QIC E Bt. nw. lt-em EDUCATIONAL. A. V. HOLMES Mandolin, Banjo, and Guitar. Special summer rates. Classes now forming. Jtoom 3, 934 F Bt.nwr nyC-ima HELP TV ANTED MALE WANTEDAii t)fricer'fboy "Ti7attcnd ucuiai ouice. Apply N E. cor. 7tti and E sts. nw.,"MuVtuildldg, r&cnf 3-. my6-4t WANTED-A good white barber at iewrtuionai Tneater Barber Shop. It WANTED-A boy to set type; one wiiu experience. GETTJNGtR, Cen tral Power fatution. 1 1 W ANTED--VVliUe -nnlon -barber; good wages ior good workman. Apply 4HG 7th st. sw. It WANTED- Boy ror general work and ut? fremii malriiif- Jifi3 Pa. ave. nw. 365 Pa.ave. nw. it WANTED-Energetic young roan or neat appearance; cult vvmi rers. 9 o'clock a. m. Room 17, Warner Building, It WANTED-A white boy who under biauua now to cut ice; must be able to read and write. Apply betore "9 o'clock. 633 F st. ii w ' It WANTED An assistant bookkeeper; must be good penman and of correct habits. Address J. 11. U., this office. It WANTED-Steady experienced can vasser; guaranteed Si per day. Call between 8 aud 9 a. in., basement 907 G Bt. nw. my0-3t WANTED-A. young white man to work m a grocery store, about 18, with experience und ret. Call at 227 Q st. nw. lt.em WANTED--Boy to do chores in res taurani. 1115 E 8t. nyv. It.ern WANTED A good while barber. EM RICH HOTEL, cor. N. J. ave. and C st. nw. my5-3t WANTED-Boy to run press; rer. and experience required. W. U. DAWSON, Printer. 807 9th st. nw. ray4-3t-eni WANTED-A first-class white barber; steauy jou and good wages. Address box 15, this orflce. py4-3t WANTED-By a first-clas3 mechanic work in metal or wood, any work on vise, drill-press, soldering or brassing at home or in shop. Address F- W.POLLE, 418 10th st. nw. .myl-7t HELP WANTED-FEiULB. WANTED xouog colored girl as'nurse auu to ueoiat witn general iiouseworlc; smalt family. Apply at 715 K bt. nw., third floor. lt VST ANTED Ten colored plaincooks and lauuutcaoea. CAPITAL BCREAU, 441 G St. It WANTED Jmmealateiy, a comietent look., itiuat come well recommenned. 1502 U St. UW. It WANTED-Colored girl or woman to bo to L,ac Part, N. x., at once. 1455 Madison st. It WANTED-Half grown white girl; general Housework. 811 5th st.nw- It WANTED Colored general house vori.cr, leave city; two In ramily. 614 13th st. uw. It WANTED-Uoieral houscworker, $14, lamiiy oi two; near city; no waahing. 614 lJuiALnw. it WANTED -Cook and chambermaid; ica.se iiiy for summer. 614 13tb bt. nw. it WANTED-Energetic lady canvassers ior uew aud CiUick selling toilet prepara tion; fcoou uainrui teem requircu. Ad dress liUlTOR, this oftice. roj6-2t WANTED-lmuitUiuteiy. at 1403 II bt. nw., an experienced, first-class AVorker need uppl It WANTBD-one good tailoress. At 727 -itn st. uw. It WANTED-First-clabS bread and pas try co Oh. ior Hotel Takoma, North l.i- koni;i, D. C. Apply at once at hotel- It WANTED-iwu lanoressea on coaus and vebi; good -wages and steady work. Apply at owe to E. HORGAN. 806 1C St. uw., south Mde of Mount Vernon fequare. myo- 3t,em WANTED-Ultl rorgc-neraiuousework; ref. Address 33 C st. ne. lt.em WANTED-A white girl between 14 auu J.t years old to make herself geiu erally useful m small family. Apply 638 6th st. ne. s iL,e.m WANT3D--A white woman to coot, un, iiuii, and general housework., family or two. Call at 1510 30th st. m y5-3t HELP TVATED MALE AM) FUS1ALE. HOTELS aiui Jamilies can be snpiUied with help. 441 G St. It WANTisli)-x'tircv lames or gentlemen. experienced in liook canvassing; ex cellent publication- Address fcLtei.iJlB- ER. tlu-i office. 1 1 AVAKTBD-Ai ci'y Intelligence Office, cooks, tnambennalds, drivers, "boys, nurses, porters, laborers, waiters, laun drctes, outiers; piai k-5 furmsueu tilisniteil, and quickest psaes to get work. tollACKXfc. FORD'S, 427 llth st. nw. It WANTED-l: ive solicitors; heavy co:n mibiuii. Call bet. 4 and 7 p in.. 1716 14th st. nw. in y 5-3 1 SITUATIONS "WANTEp MALE. WANTED-Situation "as pharmacist; fcdiary moderate; first-class reier- ence. PH. G. my6-3t WANTED-I'oung lady of refinement wouiu iih.e position as bookkeeper, cashier or ror any kind or clerical work. Can turnish good refb.; small salary. Ad dress A. S., this office. rny6-3t WANTED Uy a colored man, a pace as waiter or butler; willing to leave city; or driver in private famiij. Call iiG E&t. sw. It WANTED-A position as clerk or to a rive a light wagon. JUKIVE, tins of fice; It WANTED-By fim-class meat cut ler, grocery clerk and salesman; email wages; single; good references. Address T. Q.. this office. my4-3t WANTED-A competent coloretl, ir.an wetits a place as cook In cafe or res taurant; first-class recommendations; NEWMAN, 29 Defrces st. ne. Item EMPLOYMENT wanted by a rirst cia&s liietiiauic; iiroficieut in metal or wood work; any work on vise, drill press, soldering or brassing at borne or in shop. Address F. W.rOLLE, 418 10th st.nw. niyl-7t SITUATIONS WAXTD-FESIALE. WANTED-Washing, at 1647 llth st. uw. uii from b a. m. nil 5 p m.; refs. It WANTED Uy colored woman, wash ing lo take home. Jll4 13th st.nw. It WANTED-By colored woman, place to cook, wash, and iron. Addrtaa 1633 llth st. nw. It "WANTED By a respectable German gin, piute- as chambermaid or general housework. Apply 743 4th st. nw. my-3t YTANTEDSituatlou by a settled col ored woman, to do work by the month; good strong woman from the country; must go home at night. 1)49 Hughes alley, between I and K. it W ANTED Uy colored woman, place to coijtc, wash and iron. Address. 707 Fenton place ne., rear X. it WANTED-By colored woman, placeas cook; god reference. Address CARRIE PAGE. 466 Casey's alley, bet. I aud K and 4 1-2 and 6th sw. lt.em WANTED-By a white woman.placeas nurse; good ref. Address 1242 19th st nw. lt.em WANTED-o sew in pn-ate family by day or week, by first-class dress maker; xef. given. Address A. C. ROSS, Station A. city. lt.em WANTED-By a neat, middle-aged col ored lady, a place as cook in small family. Call at 448 O st. nw. lt.em WANTED-By colored girl, place to do general housework. Address CORA ASHTOX. 1031 2d sw. lt-em WANTED-Uy a first-class laundress. washinp and ironing to do at home or out. Call at 459 X st. nw. lt-em WANTED-By respectable white wo man, any work around the house but washing or ironing. M. D., this oKice. Item WANTED-")' a colored seamstress; onethat understands dressmaking, work with a dressmaker on skirts; can give refer ence. Address 1618 L St. nw my5-3t WANTED By colored gin place as nurse or chambermaid. Address 2100 16th st. nw. . my4-3t-em WANTED A middle-aged lady de sires a position of trust, -where the servicesand interest or a competent and up right woman are required; xefs. given. AddressHOBARTS. thisoffice. my4-3t-em WAyTEp-DOA RDE RS. WANTED Boarders: nicely fur. front rooms lor 2 gents; $8 per week for (two. 1207 0th st. nw. rfl6-3t WANTED-Bonders Cool, quiet vil lage in tne mountains of Va. Address Miss H. H. FERGUSON, Paris, Kup,uler Co.. Va. my2-6t-em COUXTJRX BOAKD. THE beautiful, well-known place, Fair field, -will, open llay 15, tor summer boarders; near Chevy Chase: electric cars pass door; fare, C cents: large porches; abundance of fruit and shade; baths and city conveniences; table first-class; terms reasonable. Apply on jiremises or address TVARFIELD , 2127 Pa. ave. my4-3t AMUSEMENTS. JOCKEY CLUB i ELECTRIC PARK BALTIMORE, MD. TMTY DAYS KETH&, Beginning Saturday May 2. NIGHT AND DAY. 6 RACES EACH AFTERNOON Beginning- at 2 p. m. I 5 RACES EACH NIGHT, T Beginning at 830 p. m, -v SPECIAL TMIN Will lea; . WaslUngton, Penna. Railway, Each Night at 6.40 P. fl., Arriving- at Track at 7.45 P.M. i E. J. BARRETT, General Manager. JyJEW NATIONAL THEATER. MATINEEPlvaS-7S5o Tonight Bicycle Night. HOYT'S GREATEST COMEDY, A MIDNIGHT BELL, Digby Bell, Laura Joyce Bell. Saturday Night, Play 9ti, ) t olid T50th Performance, ouraiRs. Next Week DELLA FOX OPERA CO. A 1 1 A J K M 51? rJ0 7ocandSt.0(L Wed. and Sat. Mats. 25 &50L HAT, TODAY 25 and CO. A Romance of Coon 2 Quartettes, 10 Plantation Dan cers, And the Charming Comedienne. Hollow. A Love Story of taa South. Lizzie Iraq, Next Week "A HAPPY LITTLE H03IE." Lafayette Square Opera House, Saturday &. THE RIUHLS. Icvenii -tlav Cat includes Wra H. Crane. Robert Taber. Joseph Holland. Joenh Jetferso-i. Nar. C. Goodwin E. M. Holland. Fran-i3 Wilson, 3Irs. John Drew. Jnlia 3larIowe Taber, Fanay K ce. AentA nonr on sale prices, S5.0O, S3.50, S2.30, SI 50. Uroehurcs contaiaiog pfetares and biog raphies of players now ou sale at Box Office price 50 cent?. May 6-j5 fERNAN'S LYCEUM THEATER. iV ALL THIS WEEK THE CROWDING CLIMAX. SAM TRACK'S BULL FIGHTER CO. BASEBALL TODAY. WASHING i ON AT CLEVELAND. The Game in Detail on the Stag Ss&Ithe LONDON GAIETY GIRLS. ST. PAUL'S FAIR i to be the fairest affair ever held in the way of a fair! May 4lh to 16th Inclusive. -No soliciting "allowed" mostly In whispers. Cor. 15IU and V Sts. SEASOIT TICKETS. 25 CEHTS. Gra.rici Oporiirig From 7 to 11 P. M. THURSDAY, MAY 7th, I896. Von and your friends are cordially invited to attend an openlnon Thursday next at Mrs. S. Lurig's restaurant, 132b toixth Street S. W. Maj5-3 COLUMBIA ACADEMY. Tho cycling craze. Ona of the sights of Washington. Cycling tauj-ht on a 1-2.000 ft. door. Competent instructors. Charges small. Music every evenms. d and P streets. J. Hare Brittam, Mjpr. Take Fstrees cars. EXCUBSIONS. Chevy Chase Lake and the beautiful grove bordering its banks is the ideal place to spend a few hours each day dur ing the summer months. The grounds ara kept clean, and perfect order is maintain ed. A. delightful place to take your chil dren Ior a day's outing to mam in the woods surrounding the lake shore. Ac commodations are made for picnic parties, and no better place can be found for the purpose. Couch's band will play every eveninsr during the summer from 8 until 10 o'clock. Pleasure boats for hire on tha lake at all times. Take cars of the Capi tal Traction Comnany- COLONIAL BEACH -(dally) EXCTJKSION3. COMMENCIXG MAX 30. Largest and fastestexcursiou boat on the river capacity 3,000. The otily Tessel permitted to land at the hotel dock. Owing to the largo carrying capacity of our steamer, we can offer LOWER PRICES to societies deslrlnc to charter than any other line. Chesapeake & Potomac Steamboat Com pany, office Kellogg Building, 1216 F street. WANTED MISCELLATEOTJS. "WANTED-To purchase a secbncPftnnd pneumatic wheel. Address O.A. H.. 217 7th st.sw. my6-3t WANTED-Sewing to do at hornet best, rers.; work guaranteed. Address SI Defrees st. nw. my6-3t WANTED A. light delivery wagen. Address DELIVERY:. thiB office It "WANTED An oa51 roll-top desk; good order and cheap. BOTCE, 1323 F nw- lt-em i WANTED Lady's pneumatic bicycle; Address E- P C. care Gamer Xo. 1. City r. Q 011,B:3J WANTED-Ladles to have their dresps made for $5.00 up. at Madam Hyatt's 908 New York ave; perfect fit guaranteed; sells Baushman's adjustable dress svstera. S5 00. ap2u-lmo TVANTBD POSTAGE STAMP3. WjA NTED For cash, all kinds ot old United atatc3 postage and departmenj stamps: collections also bought. TL F DONKHORST. 10057th st. nw. apS-K.eEa. Chevy Chase. -v"" -JS?JV . T.fcS !