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THE MORNING TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1897
monkt wantjsd -"..ZgJ-H:
LOANS MADE OX ITittttTCRK,
Loans tniidc on Furniture. Warms, Horses,
Wagons, etc., at lowest rates and niilckc&t
tMwlttlt fi..... Klriotlv confidential. 1 lease
call lei'ore securing loans else where. ,:
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
610 F street uorthwcsfc
MONEY to loan to Government employes,
school teachers, policemen, anil private.
parties, rrom 55 to 5100. on indorsed
note ami other security; no delay "w'nen
secuniv satisfactory iJos 44, this office.
WE WANT 1.000 BORROWERS
Who lesire rrom SCO to 510,000 each
on Mocks, bonus, trusts. Joan association
certificates, -warehouse receipts and no
or tontine policies In old-line companies,
-uo detiy; no chattel mortgages taken.
YEIUvES & MAKER,
4.0 to 4G Metv.eruttBldg., 1110 F fit. nw.
UO.MiY TO LOAN.
Largs sums at 5 ami 5 1-2 Percent on
D. O. real estate; 250, scoo, S.50. etc.
ato per teU:ailirauh-nctiou., conducted wito
economical consideration for borrowers
WM. li. SACNDEKS Jt CO..
mr3 14 0T F Bt UW.
"WANTED live good scrapers; with good
rcicrcnces. F. G. NOLTE, bio 9lh t. it
'WANTED Cher for hotel; nlsoa competent
man cook. 014 i;li st. nw. It
WANTED Experienced while 2d I butler,
wiui nrrvnie reiercnev-s. va "
"WANTED Three menwhouiidertaandtax
Uig orders lor carpet cleaning. Call rrom
li a. in. to 2 p. m., or 5 p. m:, JU
A a. ave. nv. " It
"WANTED A young man to woik in ccal
yard. 401 New .ler.-e are- nw. It
WANTED A -white boy; aged 10 to 1;
tmnt have knowledge ot" horse. Ad
dress AGE, tills office. mhl-Jt
"WANTED A white boy to work in a sa
loon. Apply at 1115 E st. nw. It
WANTED Two clerks laminar with the
prosecution or pension claims Address,
in own handwriting, stating experience,
wages expected, etc. ATTORNEY, this
WANTED A sober, active man to do
rough work around new buildings; to
right party, steady employment Box 45,
this ori'icc. item
WANTED t.wiul man. with small fam
ily, ror a place short dlM.-mce In cotmtr
Address, witli particulars, Box 215, lalrfax
WANTED A good, bright. acUve boy,
about 10 years of age; notarraidof work;
to maice himself generaltv useful in a store;
wage $2.50 per week. Address F., this
employment; good wages. o. 310 I'enn.
ave. xi w. mhl-G2t-cm
MOLER'S BARBER SCHOOL. U7 Hudson
st., New York city; ouly eight weeks
required to learn barber trade; situations
guaranteed when through; tools umated
free. Write for free catalogue. mhlG-7t
WAITED-In law orriee, a boy knowing
shorthand and typewiitmg: wasrs mod
erate; state age. Address Box 824, this
Office Inlil 5-2l-em
WANTED A good cook, woman: mustbo-
"Gcnnan: also to do waging, Ironing and
general housework. :t2t I ndiana avc.n w.lt
WANTED A good white girl to ilo cham
lerwurk and wait on table: iiiust bring
rers. Appiviuunediateiv at;.J3 1 bt. nw.
WA.NTED White girl to do housework.
135 st. nw.; at once- it
WANTED Three white and two colored
women; housework- 3UC G &t. nw. it
WANTEirTored gener.-d hotiseworkcr;
small family; no washing. 014 13th
Bt. n w. It
n- v,'ii, flr: l , .-
i take care
assist light housework: Ucl)
baby; wages 52 per month.
WANTED Nice neat colored girl to tend
liabv 2 1-2 veart- old; Uarv 6 per
lnontfi. Applv 401 3d st. nw. It
dressmaker, helpers; ring
and come up stairs.
1401 H st. nw. it
WANTED A firrt-elafcs tailorcss en coats.
rn K st. nw. ml!l-3t
"WANTED An appitsntiee t" learn flii'!
niaking'. nnall talarj-. Address fc02 7th
st. nw. It
WANTED A nice, refined white woman
as liouKcmukl. 230 C t-t. nw. It-em
WANTED A woman as eok and assist
witn lioiibework: one having experience
in restaurant cooKlng preferred. Apply
iTi: ia. ave. nw. it-cm
WANTED-Lady cashier. Apply lltli and
x. j-jv i I' uiivr?. -viii
WANTED 2 rirM-clai-s wab-ttri-iiniers;
noue but experienced help need apply.
Call afater 5 p. in. SEAL, 1011 O tt.
WANTED Immediately, 5 col. women
Tor general housework; references re
quired. 1514 1 Oth st nw. lt-em
WANTED Girl, colored prererrcd: must
stay nights: one from the country pre
ferred. 124 llthse. lcm
WANTED At cnee, colored woman, to
cook, wash and iron. 724 12th nw.
WANTED A respectable young colored girl
to assist in gcueial liousework: no wash
ing, ironing or cooking; wages, 5. 922
Sth ht. nw. lt-em
Ki: ('. B.GILLETTEtKhavingiiiarvelous
Mircess tu cure of htaminering. Studio,
1300 V nw., city. nihl5-3t
WANTED Six color"d girls for cooks,
elm i al icnnaids, and general houscworkerB
441 G st. mlilo-3t
WANTKU MALK AN 1
RELIABLE SERVANTS furnished free:
Send postal. CAPITAL BUREAU, 441
U st. nw. nihl7-3t
WANTED immediately, soprano, alto,
tenor and lxu-s singers for a olunteer
clnucii choir; only thfji-e who read music
need appH. Address CHOIR, this of
ALL kinds or help furnished free, by MRS.
L. C. MOORE. 30G G st. nw.; tend
po.stal; ertat). 1SH2. mhl6-3t
WANTED -Confidential assistant in of-
iiee; state age and salarv expected: set
tled lady or widow pret erred. CONFI
DENTIAL, this offiee. mhl5-3t
WANTED Cooks, general hou.scworkers.
waiters, drivers, porters, chambermaids,
nurses, boys, rami hands, gardeners, laun
ilrvsbo. janitor, watchmen, engineer, rire
meii: ipuckcst place To get work. SHAC
K.LEFOR1). 427 llth 6 1. nw. mhl3-7t,em
WANTED 2 more young people to learn
business and the bookkeeping trade. Ad
aress, stating age: white or c.Joieil. RE
U.1ABLE. this office. mall-7t-em
WANTED To rent a stable for two horses,
in northeast, Itctwoen E;ist Capitol, II,
3d anil ltlh us. AddreVh XVo Center
ANTED Screw-cutting engine Jathe.
P. W.KE1 8, Brl gilt wo Hi. D;C. mill 7 -3t
WAITED Leather drcfs-suit c-isc and
licavv telescope valli-e; tate prjre- Ad
dress DRUMMER, tills oflice. mh 17 3t
SVANTED A seoond-liand singio-liorse ve
hicle, with harness; must be in good or
leruiul cheap Tor cash. Address EDWARD
rt'AELEIi, Garrison ville, Stafford countv,
A'ANTED A sky terrier puppy. Call or
address, No. 240 Ihtst. nw. mhlC-3t
U'ANTED -A good surrey; i.mst be a bar-
gKti., for casii. Ci. W. i!, tins orriee.
mhl 0-3 1
WANTED To buy a dining-room license;
ulso cash l-egistcr. Address LICENSE,
jhis olfice. inhl5-3i,em
WANTED if 0,000 worth of furniture at
SINCLAIR'S, GIG La. ave. inr.
on the inside
f st. ne.
Cold ring, with D. K. to A. S.
Reward if returned to 335
LOST -March IB, a Go) don setter, black
and tan: answers to the name of Rex.
ijiiieral reward U" returned to 1723 Rhode
island ave. It
LOST Diamond rinsTnitialK A. D.; re
ward if returned to 1331 7th st. nw. It
LOST T st.. bet. 7th and 9th, fur neck
piece: marten; reward if leturned to
1831 Utli st. nw. inhl7-3t
LOST Lady's lver watch, on March
Hi; reward ir returned. 420 3d st-aw-
LOSTBuU terrier; "Hector;" white, with
briudle Iiatcu over right eye: spiked
collar: tag 1S10, $u reward If returned
to 08 Q st- ne.
FOUND -A black English setter; two
imillMis old: "white Insrs nnil linviKt-.- ..n-
bears name or Frank and owner, J. w. Me- FC
fo, r.-diat WM MISKELL'S. 30l4 1th J
Bt. nw. lt-em soi
SITU A TI Oys WANTKD -MAL B.
WANTED By a respectable colored man
a. place as gardner in the country, or in
a stable. 1 144 21st st. nw. J-t
WANTED -By a country boy, one "who
knows all about the city, a situation to
dnve delivery r grocery wagon: good
rers. Address LAWRENCE JUDGE, Good
Bope, 1J. U. xt
WANTED A position or any kind by a
voung man rrom the country; best refer
ences. Address E. ROSE, 036 10th St
WANTED Bv respectable -white boy , aged
17, work and not wages: can give tcsfc
references. II- F., this olfice. It
"WANTED V lace, by good cook, in cafe
or restaurant; rers. Address GOOD
COOK, 120 2d st. sw. It
WANTED Situation by an experienced
farcing under elans, etc.: first-class ref
erence. Address j. D., 030 G ht. nw-.
WANTED By colored man, housework, or
driver on grocery wagon. 024 rear
Masn. are. nw.
WA.M'KU- By a young colored man, place
as cook or valet, or to do Hiiyttitng.
Address 1420 D st. nw. It-em
WA NTED Place In private rnmilyas driver
and do general work; give good refer ence.
W. TAGGETT, 10 Alass. ave. nw.
WANTED By 3 col. men, places as head
cooks in hotel, club or restaurant; with
references. 1514 10th st. nw. It-cm
WANTED By 2 col. men, places as port
er, driver for doctor; coachman private
raraily; with references. 1514 10th st.nw.
WANTED By an experienced driver, a
position: good refs. J, Jl. WRIGHT, 310
13th st. sv. mhl5-3t
WAM'Jiu-An experienced grocery sales
man wants emplo vmeut;relerences: small
wages. Address EXPERIENCE, tiiis or
SITUATI ONS WANT Ell VMM ALE.
WANTED IMacc to do day's work or
washing to take home- 2219 12th st.
WANTED 1'lace to cook and do general
housework: go home at night; city rets.
2210 12th st. nw.; call two days- It
WANTED-an, place as cook or general
work; city or country; Hrst-dnss refer
ences. Address 027 12th St. It
WANTED By a colored woman, a place
as cook In private family.. 1333 10th
st n w. It
cook's or chambermaid's
I3tu st nw. it
WANTED Southern widow would like po
sition as housekeeper with nice people;
best refs. Address SOUTHERN, this or
WANTED riace by colored girl as cham
bermaid. 14 3d st. kw. it
WTANTED 1'lacc bv coloied woman:
ernl liousework. 1 1 08 3d st. n w.
WANTED A widow would like a situa
tion as housekeeper in a widower's ram
ilv. Address Mrs. II. MARLOWE, Gen
Dei., city l. o. It-cm
WANTED By a white lady, a baby to
mind at her home; a goodhomeand small
pay. Call at 1343 Oth st. nw. right away.
WANTED A young lady wants a situa
tion to leurn dressmaking with fash
ionable modiste. No. 712 A st. se.
WANTED -By colored girl, place as cham
bermald or cook. 1521 L st.nw. It-em
"WANTED By neat colored girl of 15,
Place as nuue or housework; btay nights.
1119 1st sUuw. It-em
WANTED riace as good cook in cafe
or rotanrax t.refs. AddrossGOOlK'OOK,
120 2d st. sw. lt-em
WANTED Bv colored girl, place as plain
cook in small ramily. 2120 9th st. nw.
WANTED By seamstress. Indies' under
garments, wrappers and tea gowns to
make at home, in ramily or in store. . Ad
dress Miss DUNBAR, this orfice.
WANTED By good colored girl, place
ror general Housework; would leave city;
goodrcr.s. 5113 llth st. nw. mal0-3t-eni
WANTED By respectable colored girl,
nlace ao chambermaid aud waitress.
11 10 4th' st. nw. " lt-em
WANTKO-By a. colored woman, a place
as cooli or general housework; stay at
night. Address 84 Logan Place, lt-em
WANTED By a setttled white woman, a
place as cook or housekeeper: no washing
or ironing: country or city. Address
HOUSEKEEPER, this office. mhlG-3t
WANTED By settled white woman of re
finement, place as housekeeper In Kmall
l'amilv or as nurse and companion to in
valid or oldcily lady: also handy with
needle. Address SETTLED, this office,
WANTED-By a respectable girl, place as
nun-e, cliambermaid or plain cook. Ad
dress 1805 T nw. mhl0-3t
WANTED Place as cook or chambermaid;
can give good reference. 129 D st. sw.
WANTED By two respectable women,
chambermaid or general liousework in
fttnall ramily. Call or address 1512 12th
st. xiw. mal5-3tcm
WANTED By white woman, a place as
cuatulfcrmaid or to do general house
work. 1144 23d st. my. mhl5-3t,em
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
WANTED By colored man and his wife,
pmce as caterers; refs. A! AN AND
WIFE, this office- nihlG-3t
MTSCKLX. AN EOUS
WANTED HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID
FOR OLD GOLD AND SILVER
SMALLEST AND LARGEST AMOUNT
bought; old and new Jewelry, watches,
spoons, dentist gold,
MUTILATED COINS. TEETH PLATES.
And PLATINUM. FERD.LOEWENSTEIN.
Gold and Silver Refiner, and Buyer ot Old
i2. .1.1 .....1 CMror UMl : M'P rST Ill'P
uoM and Silver. 15 G
SEVERAL good bargains in upright pianos
tiut slightlv nbed; piano tuning. SHOE
MAKER'S, "42a Oth nw. it
WANTED To borrow S100 on furniture
worth upwards or S500, insured for
S400; terms one year interest a. 10 per
cent per annum: will answer and interview
at place designated. Address II. II., this
olfice. ' mlil7-3t
MANDOLIN, banjo, guitar taught at pu
pil's residence. R. BRA1LSF0RD, 722
1 Oth st mv. mlil7-3t
SIX. MILLION PEOPLE voted Tor Hon.
W. J. Bryan. His only book, "The First
Battle,"' is now read v. Agents making from
$25 to 150 per week; the greatest seller
or the age: send for outfit quick. Beware
or fraudulent books. W. B. CONKEY COAI
I'ANY, Sole Publishers, Chicago.
WANT you to know that the CUBAN
PUZZLE is a puzzle of teal merit. It
DOGS of all kinds wanted at once at
DJLLAHAITS, 801 D st. nw. lt-em
NO CHARGE for consultation. II.
GORDON, Attorney, 91S F, Room 2.
GUITAR AND BANJO- Thorough and
rapid instructions; spring term; no -noney
required in advance; cud this out. E. L.
HOWES, 1314 1-2 Uth st. nw. mlil0-2t
DR. McKEEHAN Diseases of men. 71G
12th sUuw. Consultation free. mhl4-14t
WALL TAPER If you want your rooms
papered cheap, all the paper will cost
is 15 centB piece, on the wall. C. C.
SILENCE, 217 G St. ne mhl4-7t
FIRST-CLASS caterers have opened at 423
IN. J. ave. nw. mnl4-3t-eni
HIGHEST cash paid ror household effects
and gents' clothing. Call or send postal,
A. EIZNOR, 1235 llth ?t. se. mhll-7t
THE PURE DAIRX LUNCH, 935 D St. nw.
The Desfi lunches In the city. Corfee a
I WONDhiR wno pays the highest prices
for gents' cnst-olf clothing: drop pos
tal. SAUL BROS.. 923 D st. nw. Jal5-3mo
ntlNTIKG Business cards 75c, per 1,000;
other printing equally as cheap; maga
zines bound ror 50c.; miscellaneous bookB
re-bound: paper ruling, etc tr. ti WIL
LIAMS, G15 7th ec-nw. feO-tf,em
WANT ED-BO AHDERS.
KOSHER BOARDING-HOUSE W.W-OLF,
021 II st. nw., Washington, D. C.
mn 11-1 mo
WANTED To buy second-hand ladiei'
bicycle In good condition, cheap for casti.
Address 2029 7th st- nw. umlB-St
FOR RENT STORES.
OR RENT rart or store, 911 G fct.nw.;
alwt rear room: steam heat: rent rea
FOR SAtE OR RENT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS E. WAGCaMAK,917 P St-Nw.
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
H0DSES FOR SALE.
1219 and 1222 Madison 6t.nw.,l" li,
4 nns ?2,000
3223 Prospect ave. nw.,r li.-. 2.500
345 and 353 22dst.nw.,b li, 0 inis. 2,400
aiGOand U152D st.nw.,b h. 6 ims. 2,400
303 and 305 O st. alley nw., b h,
4 rms 2,200
3-iai N st. nw.,r h, 4. mis 1,500
113and2115Dst.nw.,bli, 5ims. 1,500
4 alley, bet 12th and 13th and T
andU sts.,b h, 4ricoms 1,000
2735 Q st. nw.,f li, 5 i ins .. 1,000
9 alley, bet N. Cap. aiid 1st, and 0
and 1 sts., b h, 4 ims 800
THREE -ST0R1- BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
101 llthstne, bh, 15 rooms $14,000
1730 anil 1742 !' st nw, b h, 10
ld33 and 1839 Corcoran st, b h,
1531 l-lth staw, b h, 8 nns 8,500
2321 and 2323 7th Hi nw, b h 0,000
"824 13th stne, b li, 0 nns 3,000
500 V stne. b li, 6 rms 2,700
48 and 50 Myrtle st ne, uti.i! ims 2,000
82 aud 84Del'rees st, b li, 7 ims.. 3,250
Whitney CTo.sc.fh, 8 rms 3,000
BNIMI'ROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
K.aiorania Heights $0,000
South side of al st, near llth 4,500
Atitrey Heights 000
Lots m square 877, se L500
Alass ave, bet 1st and .2d ne 2,500
3d st, bet K and L sts ne 050
Lot U, square 580 50 00
Del ave, uet.D and O sts sw. 2 00
Cor uth and li sts sw 1 25
FOR RENT HOUSES.
713 12tix bt nw, 11 rms ifnOGO
220 I st nw, 12 rms 40 00
805 6th st nw, u nns 27 00
lOOlFIaavenw.O nns 23 50
021 C st sw, 0 rms 1530
2201 Cleveland ave nw, 0 rms.... 14 00
808 and 810 N H ave nw, G rms.... 12 50
3410Rstnw,G rms 1250
21 G 14th st sw,4 rms 8 33
408 0 1-2 6CSW,5 rms 8 30
313 S u ave so, 4 rms 7 00
1210 Ulagden's alley nw, 4 rms.... 0 30
80O st ne,5 rms 7 00
1925 Tenperanceavenw,4 rms.... C 00
1140 23d stnw,3 ruis 6 00
STORES, OFFICES, ETC.
Strand dwg,127525thstnw.0rms.. 520 00
Strand dwg, 1410 3d stnw,4rms... 14 00
Stable, rear 495 Cstsw 10 00
Stable, rear 508 I2thstnw 9 00
1 114 G st nw, 3d-atory front rm and
halt rm 20 00
The abovo is only a portion of the prop
erty on my books. For TuU list call at of
ficii for bulletin issued on the 1st and 15th.
THOMAS E.WAGGAMAN.917 F ST.NW.
i; OR RENT 507 3d st. nw., a fine 9-rm.
dwg.; a. m. i.: In excellent condition;
furnished at 545.50 or unfurnished at
540.50 per month. Apply to WALSH E
& SCHWARTZ, GOO F st. nV mh!7-3t
F9lt: "ALIS Now. 9-room cottage, a t Co
, l,l,!1? Brcncli. A piily at Steamer -Wake-field.
BAILEY REED, Propr. mhlO-5t
FOR RENT-Store. 730 7th St. nw.
mh 1 G-7l-crn
IOR RENT-Hot and cold water, new
range, latrobe. bath, gas, six rooms;
halls; back building; large xird; parking;
arranged for two families; house open.
444 Q st. nw.; 20. ' mhl4-3t
!'tH "l. UdtSI'S & VKUHJLUS.
lOlt SALE On account of stoiage aud
repairs. 2 daytons, 2 grocery, 1 coal or
cxpreso wagon; also several carriages,
buggies, coupes, and wagouettesiiio reason
able orrer refused. 927 D sc nw. 'Phono
One Cent a -Word.
Want a Cook, ' :'",
Want a Situation, ....,.
Want a Servant Girl,
Want to Rent a House. t.' ,.
Want to Hiro Any Help, -J,
Want to Buy or Sell Anything,
Want an Agent or a Partner,
Want to Find Any Lost Thing,
Want to Lend or Borrow Money,
Want a Boarding House or Boarders,
Want to accomplish anything that's reasonable
You oan do it easily through the Want oolumna of
H L I 1 Sw! tSl
Has By Far the
FOR SALE Cigar and news store; nice
business: splendid location; so arranged
one-halt rent returned. BRADSHAW, 494
Louisiana ave. miii7-3t
FOR SALE Centrally located lunchroom:
a rare opportunity to make money; long
lease and good business. BRADSHAW,
494 La. ave. mhl7-3t
FOR SALE Grocery and meat -store, stock
and fixtures In good order: about 5250
will buy it. "Address C E., this office.
FOR SALE Fine large ice box, horse 9
years old, harness, wagon, m pcrfeco
condition; full stocked giocery store; fix
tures complete: large field to work in; jent
S12 per month; all for S350: bad health
compels me to sell. Address Box 28, this
FOR SALE-Grocery, stock and fixtures;
near Lincoln Park; b-room dwelling; bath
aud cellar; cheap rent. 230 llth st. se.
FOR SALE Cigarstoreaudlaundry agency;
about pays rent. 735 9th st. nw.
FOR SALE A good, paying, well-established
business; horse, wagon, harness,
rixtures and route. Address PATCHLE,
this ofrice. mhlG-3t
5200 will buy my stock of grocerlesT with
fixtures; good house; cheap rent; cash
trade. 80 P st. nw. mhl6-7t
.FOR SALE Legitimate business, cen
trally located, no competition; well es
tablished; with unquestionable opportuni
ties for continued growth; satisfactory
reason furnished wny ofrered. DRAD
SIIAW, 494 La. avo. mhlG-3t
TO SELL out your business quick, go to
BRADSHAW, 494 La. ave. mill 0-3t
WILL exchange two desirable lots, beau
tirully located, for established paying
business. BRADSHAW, 494 La. uve.
"WANTED A partner, active or silent, to
engage with advertiser in a strictly
first-class legitimate business: established
reputation: highest references; a small
amount o money invested will insure
steady income within tix months; lids is
not a life insurance, patent light, or real
estate scheme; would prefer working
partner, young man who is a hustler.
Address BUSINESS, this office. mhl5-3t
FOR SALE A bread bakerv, baking 500
loaves daily; a good horse and wagon:
will sell cheap for cash. Address JOHN
GROSS, 411 6 1-2 et. sw. mhl5-3t
0R SALE Lunch room, at half cost", on
a fine business street, 523-525 -10th
st- nw.; two enterprising young ladies
could make money. mhl5-3t
FOR RENT or lease, a good business
stand, 334 Delaware ave., corner or D
St. sw., 7 rooms, cellar, stable and fix
tures; a. m. i. Apply to B. DiGOINS. 300
N. C. ave. mhl2-7b
FOR SAL E BICYCLES.
FOR SALE 535 for gent's '96 high grade
bicycle; used five months; zimmy ni3ke,
J. A. M., tills office. rnlil7-3t
POR SALE Warwick bicycle; good as
new; cheap; cost 5100. 182G ldtn st. n w.
FOR RENT Two nicely located furnished
rooms; light housekeeping; heat and light;
reasonable. 908 Virginia ave. sw. it
FOR RENT 1 largesffoiitroom.suitablofor
Congressman; 1 front hall room; 1 large
back room, 2d floor. 717 11 st. nw.
rnhl7-3t -1 '.
FOR RENT Fur, room Torrent, with board,
for two young men, In private family ;no
other boarders. Call 2-12 8th st. ne.
1C , i
FOR RENT 510; 3 unfur. rooms, 2d floor;
newly painted and papered. 714 3d st.
FOR RENT Two' rooms, 2d floor front;
light housekeeping allowed, 825 21st
st. nw. xnlU7-3t
FOR RENT Nicely fur. back room, 2d
floor; 57 per mo. in. advance. 121 G st.
FOR KENT S! or 3 rooms, unfur. Jiglrt?
housekeeping allowed; on Capitol iilll.
114 4thsU ne- mhl7-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with or
without board; convenient to cable
cars and heroics. 719 19th st. nw.
FOR RENT Handsomely fur. back par
lor; nice ror two gentlemen or gentleman
and wife. 040 Va. ave. sw. mhl3-3t
toil RENT Single ttir. room for gentle
man; only 54 per ma Address 032 L
st. nw. it
FOR RENT Fur. or unfur; bath on same
Door. 11 is. st. nw. it
FOR llENT-Nicely furnished, 2d story
ttont room, toonc or two ladies engaged
during the day. 1223 E st. ne. it
FOR RENT No. 42.1 4th st.nw., 5 rooms;
part of a 12-rooin house; a. m. J.; $25;
opposite Judiciary Park. xnhlG-3trcm
At 700 13th st nw.,plca&anC
FOR RENT 43G XL, st. nw,; two rooms;
single or for light housekeeping; cheap.
FOR RENT Furnished rooma. front; 1st
and 2d floor, with, bath: quiet people.
1033 L st. nw. mhlG3t
FOR RENT Nice, unfurnished and. fur
nished rooms, reasonable 355 Pa. ave.
FORRKNT Rooms forhousekeeptng. 1G33
L st- nw. ni!UG-3C
FOR RENT 2 front rooms: 2d and 3d
floors, partly fur., for light housekeeping.
445 N. Y. ave. nw. nihlG-3t.
FOR RENT 1110 II st. nw. Nicely rur.
dotibln iiarlors on 1st floor; suitable for
mislness purposes or lodgingrconveiiiont to
bath, with all mod. imps.; rjnt icasoo'iblo.
FOR RENT 215 9th St., near park; fur
nished or unrurntshed rooms; terms
reasonable; central and first-class.
FOR RENT Three very large nice rooms:
cheap. 30G 10th st. nw. m!ii0-Gt
FOR RENT 517 E. Cap. St., a suite of
3 unfurnished rooms, 2d floor: heat and
gas; Alet. cars pass; light housekeeping.
FOR RENT 2 largo, nicely rurnished, com
municating, and small back rooniK; 2d
floor; a. m. 1. 020 I st. nw. mlil0-3t
FOR KENT one or 2 nicely furnished
rooms; a in. 1. 55 C st. se. mlil0-3t
FOR RENT 000 11 st. nw., 2 nicely fur.
rooms, with board; good service: terms
reasonable. inlil fi-at-em
FOR RENT -3
rooms. 1423 Md.
One Cent a Word.
FOR HENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnished, 2d-story, front
room; light housekeeping permitted:
58 a month; gentleman $C 1334 7th
st- nw. mhlo-3t
i-Oit RENT Large, bright, 2d-story back
room; handsomely fur.; $12; 1 person
51 o; transients accommodated. 723 llth
FOR RENT At 307 E st. nw., very de
sirable nicely furnished rooms; with
or without boaidr in private family; south
ern exposure. mhlD-3t
FOR RENT Two rooms, thiid floor, front;
furnished complete forlight housekeeping;
water on the floor; $10 per month. 120
C 6t. nw.
FOR RENT 214 A 6t e-, three furnished
rooms; singly or together; the entire
third floor; half block east of Library.
FOR RENT Thtep furnished rooms, for
gentlemen; center of city. 004 lOtii st
FOR RENT Nicely fur. front and back
rooms, completely" . furnished for light
housekeeping. 317Po. ave. nw.: second
I-OR RENT-Desklroom: including desk
and I chain. Apply 1227 G"st. nw.
FOR RENT 1014 tOfti st. nw., hicely fur
nished rooms; reasonable. mhl3-7t-cm
WANTED By young couple, 2 or 3 bright
sunny rooms ror.aight housekeeping tno
hall rooms); must Hie clean, with use of
bath; hot water, gamete; between F and
ti sts., 2d and lOthTsts.; "will not pay
over 510 per month:, state mil particulars;
rererences exchanged:. J. A., Oils office.
WANTE D Four ttnfiirnishcd rooms, in
northeast?, between'iEast Capitol. II, 1st
and 10th sts. AddrcES II. L., 17 Grant
place nw. , mhl7-3t
WANTED Two unfurnished rooms for
light housekeepings rent moderate. Ad
dress J. B. C. , this, office. It
WANTED By a lady with girl 15 and
boy 10 years, a rial: or 2 or 3 rooms near
Oth and F nw.: rent; must? be reasonable.
MRS. It., this officef lt-em '
WANTED -Fur. room ror young man, with
in ten iDlnutt3' walk- of 7th st- and Pa.
V-.vS- if required. PENNSYLVANIA
AVENUE, this office. lt-em
WANTED A respectable married couple
desire two unfurnished rooms near 5th
and H sts. uv. Address M. R. M., this
WANTED Five unfurnished rooms, with
bath: centrril location; no children. Ad
dress W. P. L., this office, mhl6-3t
WANTED Three unfurnished rooms. 2d
floor, ror light housekeeping, within ten
squares or Smithsonian; rent must be mod
crate. L. W. W , this office, inhlG-3t
WANTED To rent, house witii about nine
rooms, .tor 530 or $35: give roll descrip
tion. CASH, this office. It
Norfolk & Washington
- Every day in the year for Fortress
Monroe, Norrolk, Newport News and
all points South by the superb, pow-
crful steel palace steamers "New-
port News," "Norfolk" and "Wash-
ington," on tho following schedule:
IjV. Wash'gton 7:00 pui
Lv. Alexandria 7:30 pm
Ar. Ft. Monroo U:I0 ant
Ar, Norfolk... 7:)Q am
Ar. Portsni'th. 800 am,
Lv. Portsin'th. S:iO pm
Lv.Norfolk... 6:10 pm
Lv- Ft.Monroo 7: 0 pm
Ar. Aloxand'a two am
Ar. Wasa'gtoa 0:.0 am
Visitors to Chambcrlln's new hotel,
"The Hygeia," and Virginia- Beach
will rind this the most attractive
route, Insuring a comfortable night's
Large and luxurious rooms heated
by steam and fitted throughout with
electric lights.. Dining room service is
a la carte, and is supplied rrom the
best tha t the ma rkets of Washington
and Norrolk arford.
Tickets on sale at U- S. Express
office, S17 Pennsylvaiiis.aveuue;ol3,
619, 1421 Pennsylvania avenue; B.
& O. ticket office, corner 15th street
: and New York avenue, and on board
steamers, where time table, map, etc.,
can also bo had.
Any other information desired will
be furnished on application to the un-
deraigned at the comiiany's. wharf,
foot of 7th St., Washington, D. C.
Telephone No- 750.
.7NO. CALLAHAN. General Manager.
Tomb ot Washington.
Daily (except Sunday), "at 10 a. m;.
returning reaoit the city at 2:du
P- ta. FARE, ROUND TRIP, BOc.
Admission tc grounds, 25c. ELE
GANT CAFE ON THESTEAMEU. Tickets,
with Mount Vernon admission coupon,
lor ealo at wharf and at hotels, will
also make river landings as far as Gly
mout, stopping for fieigTitnnd passengers
loth ways. For charters, etc, apply at
offices of steamer Macalestcr.
L. L- BLAKE, Captain.
Expert Sneclallstin the cure oC all forms of
private diseases. Stricture, Hydrocele and
Varicocele quickly cured. Diseases of the
blood, ekm, bladder, kidneys and syph
ilitic diseases permanently cure'L Vital
powers restored. Consultation free.
Hours, 9 to 12, 2 toB. Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday evenings, 7 to 8. No.
002 Fnw. Closed Sundays. mnl4-lmo
SPIRITUALISM Mrs. Zoller, medium:
seances Wednesday evening: interviews
daily. H 13 Oth st. nw., bet. H and I. It
JOHN LONGWORTH; call at 17 E st- nw.;
an important letter fOr you. 1 t-eni
DR, REGE.VIE VALASCOtellsalleventa of
lire, rrom cradle to grave: gives magnetic
treatment; also facial treatment; removes
all blemishes and wrinkles; secret or youth,
and beauty. 007 F St. nw. Item
ME. RETTA, medium far spirit messages:
sittings, 2oo. 02313thsLnw. inhlG-3t
MME. FRANCIS removes spells, evil Influ
ences; reunites separated; gives luck to
all; 25c and 50c; hours 9 to 9- 302 East
Capitol st. mhl0-7t
no NOT be discouraged becaii.e we
could not rix you laht week, ror we
have received a large lot of fine intom
made suits, slightly worn, at prices to
make you happy. J USTH'S OLU STAN O,
ia D st.nw. mhlC-7t
GYPSY QUEEN Fortune teller", ladies.
50c-, gentlemen, 31 (no sign). Removed
to 1212 H st. nw. mli!3-7t
.MASSAGK, vapor and Hot sea salt baths;
lady oiieratore. 702 oth st nw.
MME. DAVIS, cialrvoyantand card reader,
removes spells, evil Influence, reunites
the separated: gives luck to all: fee 50c
2439 Snow's row nw. mh9-2w
Born clairvoyant and scientlTlo palmist-.
Tells .your. name, occupation, and Just what
you want to know: also tells about buel
ness deals, love arfalrs, family trouble
friends and enemies, reunites the separ
ated, brings quarrels all right, removes
6pella, causes good luck, cto. Fee, 25, 50o
and $1. Hours, 9 to 9 daily, except
Sunday. Hours Sunday, 2 to 4. Pnriora,
U25 H at nw. Satisfaction guaranteed.
LADIES needing confidential treatment,
a sure aud safe roller in all woman's
complaluta and irregularities. Gold mednl
awarded for the science or obstetrics from
the University of iluuich, Bavaria. Strict
ly confidential MRS. DR. RENNER, No.
8 7tb St. ne., near East Capitol Ht., Wash
ington, D. U.
DR. TAYLOR. D00 F Ht. nvr., makes
full seta of teeth for $5; aatlsfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without
pain; gold fliliug, $1; amalgam, 50c;
extracting free when plates are made,
NO UUHJJ, .NO PAX.
.No. G19 Pa. Ave. N. W.. Hxhlnglon, 1. C.
Specialist In chronic and prtvato disease.
Piles, Stricture, Hydrocele. Oout, Catarrh.
Dyspepsia, Blood Foision cured, Vitality ro
gLored. Consultation free and confidential to
Doth sexes. Daily, u to 12. to U.
OUR greatest medium ana spiritual moth
er, UK. MARX GURDUN. tells you all
things anu proscribes a proper remedy for
your troubles: consult this gifted lady be
lor.: ilis too latu. Now ut Ov lath be .n.
MME. TIIEO, MEDIUM.
Se:intific ualmlst and card reader: know
our rate and fortune: open dally. German
iiokon. 25c- and 50c. 929 H st.nw
FOR SALE Gray mare, 7 years old. and
harness; will work anywhere. 1(545 Den
ning road. inhl7-3t
FOR SALE Lunch and dining-room: good
business; price S175. 1406 Pa. ave.
FOR SALE 20 iron reed troughs and 11
iron racks; a good outfit for a stable.
No. 1400 Pa. ave. mhl7-7t
FOR BALE Thebcstand most economical
refrigerator Is Moxley's improved Dry
Air Refrigerator: your lee lasts longer;
your rood is kept pure and fresh. THE J.
T. MOXLEY ICE BOX AND FIXTURE
CO.. factory rear of 214, 216. 218 8th st
FOR S ALE Knabe pla no: ba rgain; square;
7 1-3 octave; exquisite tone; butlittleuscd,
and rathei than store it will sell far $175,
including cover and stool: none better
for SCOO. Address T1AN0, this orriee.
FOR SALE Barber's chair, pole, glass
and bracket shelf; all for $10; one nearly
new $15 gas range, SO; one student's lamp,
SI. 25. 94S N. X. ave. mhl7-3t
FOR SALE All kinds or household fiirnl
ture, bedroom sets, carpets, rugs, toilet
sets, cooking utensils, etc. 73G 3d st.
nw.; house filled with roomers. 1 tern
FOR SALE Pure bred B. P. Rock, S. L.
Wyandotte and Wnite Leghorn eggs,
51 per setting. E. A. "WARD WELL,
Branchville, Md. mchlt-7t,cni
FOR SALE Solid mahogany colonial bed
stead aud bureau.. Address liox -i.Cul-pejier,
FOR SALE I'liysicinn's cabinet, surgical
tabic, surgical chairr reasonable terms.
W. STOTT, 429 llth st.nw. mhlG-7t
FOR SALE Four cheap
1210 Ohio ave. nw.
FOR SALE One Butchers' bench. Apply
No. iH Itiggs .Market. ma!5-3tem
FOR SALE A very fine driving horse,
dapple gray, white tall and mane; weighs
about 1,000 pounds: youngand sound; also
a Hue canopy top surrey, day ton wugon;
2 sidebar buggies. 1105 nth st. mr.
FOR SALE One nice ramily cow. cheap;
good milker. 3510 Hrightwood ave.
FOR SALE Woven wire springs, 51;
hair mattresses, S5J hair mattresses re
made, S2. SMITH & BACON, Mfrs.. 1223
Yth st. nw. mhla-7t
l'tit bA Lb Feed-water heater, smoke
stack (30 inches diameter, 70 feet high),
water-tube boiler (80 horse power), and
two power transmitters; all iu first-class
t oiulttlon: no reasonable offer refused.
Apply to G.C. THOMPSON. Chief Engineer
Purity Ice Co., Armory place, near 5tb
and L sts. nw. fe25-tf
WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS.
WANTED For cash, all kinds or old United
ci,eut:u uobiugu turn uepanmenc niamns; i
collections also bought H. F. DUNK- I
H0RS1 1005 TtH st. nw.
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILWAY.
From Station, 13th St. & Pa. Ave.
wfot Alexandria. 6:40, 7:05, 7:30, ex.?
8:00, 8:30, ex.; 9:00, 9:50, n0:05, ex.;
-11:00. 11:45 a. m.. xl2:or, ex.: 12:30.
1:15, 1:45, 2:0C. ex.; 2:40. WS:30, 4:00
ex.; -4:15, ex.: 4:45, C:00, 5:20, ex.;
5:40, -6:05. ex.; 6:20. 700. J8:00, 9:00,
"10:00, "11:20, 11:59 p. m.
Dally, rvo express Sundays.
ior Mount Vernon, Iuvcralde and war
stations, R:40, lO.Oo a. m., 12:05, 2:05,
4:15 p. in.
uauy, extra Sunday at 11 a. m.
For Arlington, hourly from 8 a. m. ta
S p. in. jaG-tf.em
OLD POINT COMFORT
Wl thrift!- flllnfirrr tt Cs TH
51 HOURS FROM WASHINGTON.
VTA PENNSTLVANIA, IX. F. ft P. AND
CHESAP.EAICE & OHIO RAXLWAl'S
Schedule in effect February 9. 1897.
WASHINGTON & OLD POINT SPECIAL.
4:1 p. m. Tuesday, Thursdays and Satur
days. Solid vcsiibulcd. electric-lighted, steam
neated train, wicn combination coach parlor
witnout change. Arrives Richmond 7:45
p. m. Old Point. 0:50 p. m.
10:57 a. m. dally except Snurtay. Par
lor car Washington to lticnmomlaud Rich
mond to Old Point. Arrive Richmond 2:45
p, m. Old Point, 6:30 p. m. Transfer at
TIckcta ana reservations at offices Penn
sylvania R. R., iRlh and G sts., and nt sta
tion. Full information at V. & O. ticket
H. w .FLLLER, General FasscngerAgenc
RATCLIFFE, SUTTON & CO.r Aucfa.
Successors to RatcIIffe, Darr & Co.
Assignee's Sale of Gro
ceries, etc. continued
in store No. 1 736 1 4th
St. N. W.
By virtue of a deed of assignment, given
to me and duly recorded, i win sell by
miotic auction, nt the above store, on
WEDNESDAY, ,17th day of March, A-D.
1H0Y, at iu o"cock a. in., assorted stock-
or groceries, large ice oox anu ooncu iuiu.
to which the attention of tho trade and
private buyers is called.
FREUK. G. STUTZ, Assignee.
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTON. Washing
ton, D. C, March 13,187.-Sealed pro
posals "win be received at this oriice until
12 o'clock noon. MARCH 20, and opened
at 1 o'clock p. m., same day, iu the pres
ence or bidders, for furnishing, delivering
and erecting in the National Museum, iu
this city, the steel and iron work required
lor stairs and balustrades in one or more
ot the courts in thell- S-National Museum,
t'lans. specifications, general instructions
and other inloniiation may be obtained on
application to J.Eirreth Watkiiis. Chief or
the Division or Buildings and Superintend
ence, National Museum. S. p. langlev.
WANTED A rami or suburban property
in exchange for improved city property.
Adaress NEW HOUSES, this orfice.
I ok HiRL run dress suits, $1 only.
JULIUS COHEN, 1104 7th st. nw.
Should be rend daily by all interested, as
changes may occurat anytime.
Forign mails Tor the wcks ending March
20, close promptly at this office as fal
lows: Trfiit'tll!t:f MllHS.
"WEDNESDAY. (d) At G:25 a. m. tor
Belgium direct, per a. s. Kensington, from
New York, via Antwerp. Letters must be
directed "Per Kensington."
FkinAT ni At. r,:in n. m. for France,
Switzerland, Italy. Spain, Portugal. Tut-
key, Egypt, and British India, per s. s.
La Normandle' from New York, via Havre.
be directed "Per La Normandle." fb) At
l-it-'LLCia iUl OLI1UI 1JUII.S Ui ajiiivjw .i.wwv
6:10 p. in. ror Europe, per s. s. litruna-
from New York, via Queonstown. (c At
10:55 p. m. for Netherlands direct, per
s. Obdam rrom New York, via Rotterdam
Letters must be directed "Per Obdan
p. ml tor Scotland direct
is!li from New York via
r? mr b,. dlrectMl ''Per
(c) At 10:35
ner . r flrens
Glasgow. Letters must be directed 'Ter
PRINTED MATTER, ETC. German
steamers sailing rrom New Tcrk on Tues
days. Tlmtxlays and Saturdays take print
ed matter, etc., far Germany, and specially
add re W nrinted matrer, etc., for otlier
parts of Europe.
wmio otar sieamers Railing ura ic
ers sailing rrom New York take printed
matter, etc. Tor all countries far winch
they are advertised -to- carry- mail.
.Malls for Sinitlx and Central Aniei"
l'i. West Indies. Etc.
WEDNESDAY-(f)At 3:50 a. in., far
Nassau. N. P.. per steamer from Miami,
Fla. (f)At 3:00 p. m.. Tor Jamaica, per
steamer rrom Port Tampa, Fla. (c) At
10:55 p. m. far Cape Haiti, St. Domingo
ami Turks Island, per s. s. New York, from
THURSDAY (d)At6:25 a. m.,"far Porto
Rico direct, per s. s. Arkadla, from New
FRIDAY (c) At 10:55 p. m. far St.
Thomas, St Croix. Lceward-and WlndwatO
Islands, Martinique, and Barbadocs, per
h. s. Caribee, from New York. Letters
Tor Urtnmln. Trinidad and Tobago inus-t
be directed "per Caribee-"
(c) At 10:55 p. m. far Jamaica. Savanllla
and Grevtown, per s- s. Alene, from New
York. Letters far Costa Rica mnst be di
rected "Per Alene.
(c; At 10:5.") p. in., for Cape Haiti. Go
natves. Petit Goave. Carthngna and Santa
Martha", per s. s. Kitty, from New Totk.
(c) At 10:55 p. m., for Central America
(except Costa Rica) and South Paciric
ports, per s. s. Valencia, from New York,
via Colon. Letters for Guatemala must be
directed "Per Valencia."
(c) At 1 o:5j p. m.. far Cam pec lie, Cluaoas,
Tabasco and Yucatan, per s. s. Yuca
tan, from New York. Letters far other
parts of Mexico must be directed "Per
Citv of Washington."
(cL At 10:55 p. m., Tor Mexico, per s. s.
Santo Domingo, from New York, via Pro
grcso and Vera Cruz. Letters must be
directed "Per Santo Dominco."
(d) At 12:05 p. m. far St Pierre-Mique-lon,
per steimcr from Halifax.
SATURDAY -(0 At 3:50 a.m. far Nas
sau. N. P.. per steamer from Miami. Fla.
SUNDAY (d)At 11:35 a.m. for St.
Pierre, Miquelon, per steamer from Halifax.
Malls far Newfoundland, by rail to Hali
rax and thence via steamer, close here
daily except Sunday at 12:05" p.m. and
Sunday only at 11:35 a. m.fd)
Malls far Miquelon. by rail to Boston
and tlicncc via steamer, close here daily
at 3:20 p. m.(a)
Mails for Cuba close here dailv- at :t:00
p. hi. for forwarding va steamers sailing
Mondavi and Thursdays from Tampa.
Mails for Mexico, overland (except those
those far Caiupcche. Chiapas, Tabasco and
Yucatan, which will be forwarded -via New
York up to the 10:55 p. m. close Frldav,
after the Wednesday overland close), clos"
here dally at 7:10 a. m. (d)
Mails for China and Japan, par s. s.Pcru,
from San Francisco, close here dally up
to :30 n. m. March 17. (d)
Mails for Hawaii, pers. s. Australia, from
Sail Francisco, close here dally up to 6:30
p. m. March 17. (d)
'Mails Tor China and Japan, specially ad
dressed only, per s. s. Empress of India,
from Vancouver, close here daily up to
6:.10 n. in. March 22. (d)
Malls far China and Japan, per s. s. Brae
mer, from Tacorna. close hero dally up
to 0:30 p. m .March 25. (d
Malls far the Society Islands, per ship
Tropic Bird, from San Francisco, close
here dailv up to 0:30 p.m.. March 25. (d)
Malls far Australia (except those for
West Australia, which arc forwarded via
Europe), New Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji and
Samoan Islands, per s. s. Mariposa., rrom
Han Francisco, close here daily up to 0:30
I p. m.. iiarcn ai.
tralia), Hawaii and Fiji Islands (specially
addressed only), per s. s. Warrimoo, from
from Vancouver, close here rinltv after
March 27, up to 0:30 p.m.,AprilI.' (d)
Transpacific mails are forwarded to the
port Of sailing dairy, and the schcdulu of
closing Is arranged on the presumption of
their uninterrupted overland transit.
(a) Registered mall closes at 10 a- m-
same aay. , t .
(b) Registered mail closes at
Knirin da v.
1 P- m.
(c) Registered mail closes at 6 p. m
same uay. a
(d) Registered mail closes at
G p. m.
(e) Registered mail closeir at 1 p. m.
Wednesdays and Saturdavs.
(f) Registered mail closes it 1
(g) Registered mail closes at 1
(h) Registered mail, closes at G
JAMES P WILLETT, Postmaster.
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH" AND O
7JmtvU1' .rie!C Ja-flTTSBUKG Ei-
SSto"prb0uriDa DlnIn Cara-
10ip,Y ," "-VANIA LIMITED
Ote?r7Mta?IfSJln DlVaJ!' Poking and
Cincinnati ? i5re arrlsburg to Chicago,
land am "2',anap,olls' st- O"18. Cleve
H5rr,?h,7, J0,eda u"et Parlor 'Car to
ParloV rLKAF y WK-Puiiman Hurrej
car H5f f arrlsburg. Bufret Parlor
s 4Jt V.UV,rri3Hu. to Pittsburg.
f-ViM- UICAUO AND ST. LOUIS
toSf.71 a,,Ian "urret Parlor ci?
to Harrisburg. Sleeping Car Washington
CaraiV' an.a let-ping and Dining
anChfca U'S to BU Wia' C
7mii'm:. rt"KHTJiK XPRESS-PnU-an.?
Mf?f.s Car to ptteburg, Chicago,
cS?t?tffi to eveian&. DInu1K'
7-lnlim nSS!? F WSTERN EXPRESS
i.ittsourg and Harrlsburg to StT Louis
and Louisvuie (via Qncinnatl) Dining
1 nfn Hl I'ACI1'IC KXPRESS-I'UII-
f r a? b'eeP,n-',Car to PltUburg.
ter ni;.'0Mivane' Canauoaigua, Roclies
aunday ''sara Falls claliy.' except
1 '$,; i1" r?r "'Ira and Renovo daily,
towPlmin?v.Tr- Kor ljOCk aaren weei
V Ix. Wlihauisporc Bunduya, 3:40
7.10 1". JX. for U'llllnttiannrt- M.l...,.
Burraio and Niagara Fails doily, except
Saturday, with Sleeping Or Washington
rir H'rrf2rKriV Vanandalgua. Roches
ter. Burraio, and Niagara Fails dailr.
bieeping Car Washington to Elmira.
iror iriiiaaeipnxa, Sievr Xork, ano
"-J&-ii:- ' "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
ITED, daily. aU Parlor Care, with Din
ing Car from BalHmore. Regular at 7.00
(pining Car). 8.00, 8.00, 10.0O (Dining
Car), and 11.00 (Dining Car rrorn WiP
mlngton) A. M., 12.45, 3.15, 4.20, B.60,
7.-.V an xl-33 p- M- On Sunday. 7.00
(Dining Carj, 8.00, 9.00, 11.00 (Dlnina
Caj"oiri TVi IinlriKton A. U... 12.1 G, 3.1&,
StS' ,tS".3? 10'00 aDd i-ao P. Ml Foi
Philadelphia only. Fast Express, 7.50 A.
M. week days. Exprea 12.15 P.
. week days.' 2.U1 and 5.40 P. iL
n KnTl or i00. without change,
7.6f A. M. week days, and 3.15 P. iL
For Atlantic City (via Delaware Rtvei
Bridge, aU-raU route . 3.15 p. m. daUr.
For Baltimore G.as, 7.00, 7.5o; tf.OO, 9.00
ir.V: au-o". ii.uu ana 11. ou & m.
?rZ-,15'A?.Vi5'2-V 3-15i 310 (4-0 1
i7?JA 4?'A-3t'A- -16. 6.50.7.
xu.ww. lu.itf, xx.xo ana xi.ao n.
un oumxay, Y.oo a.oo, 9.00. 9.05. lo.5ft
?f".V rm- 188.8.131.52. 2.01, 2.15. 3.40.
(4.00 Utnlted) 4.20, 5.40, 6.15. 6.50,
.10. 10.00. ll.4() nn,l 'l :ir, n
For Pope's Creek Line. 7.50 a.m: and
. ni- dailv. expent Kunilav
ior Annapolis, 7.00. 8.00 a. m., 12.11
and 4 20 p. m. dally, except Sunday;
Sundays, 0.00 a-ni. a"Ml 4 20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line -Florida Special"
far Jacksonville and Bt Augustine.
10.48 p. ni week days. Express fo
Florida and points on Atlantic Coast
Line, 4.30 a. rr., 3.46 p. m. daily;
Richmond only. 10.57 a. ni. week days!
Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Bea.
board Air Line, 4.40 p. m. dally. Ac
commodation for Quantico, 7.45 a. m
and 4w25 p. m. week dava.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and U
streets, and at tho station. Sixth and U
streets, where orders can be Iertfor cheek
ing of baggage to destination from hotel
S. M. PREVOST. General Manager.
J. R. WOOD. General I'assenger As
Schedule in effect February 21, 189 1.
IJeave Washington rrom station, corner ot
New Jersey avenue and O street.
For Chicago and Aurthwest, Vesiiouled
Limited trains, 10:00 , 11:45 a. m., 8:04
1-or Cincinnati, St Loulsandlndlanapoua,
Express, 11:45 a. m. Vesttbuled Limited
8:40 p. m., express 11:25 p. m.
i For nttsburg and Cleveland, express
aily. 10:00 a. in. and 8:50 p. m.
, or Toledo and Detroit 11.25 p. in.
For Winchester and way stations. HO a.
eo.. iq:jv p. m.
For New Orleans, Memphis, Birmingham,
Chattanooga. Knoxvllle. Bristol and
i Roanoke. 0:00 p. m. dally; bleeping Cai
For Luray. 3:40 p. m. dally.
uaitiraore. wecic aays, o.ou, o.au,
J 3-20. S4.30. 4 35. X5 05. x5 10 X5.30,
' X6.20, b.30. X8.00, 8. lo. X9.20, 11.15,
i ! .-. and xl2.0 1 night :.day8
X7.05, X7.10, 8.30, X9.00 a. m., xl2:05,
XI2 4U. l.UO. X3.00. 3.20. 4.3JJ. X5.05!
J X5.10, 6.30, xS.OO. X9.20. 11.15. xll.50,
i p. m., X12.01 night
i'or Aoiupoiis, T:iuana:30 a. m..ii::iti
and 4.30 p. m.; Sundays, SutO a. m., 4.33
For Frederick, week days. 7:S5. 11.41
a. m., 4.30 , 5.30 p. ra. Sundays. 1:15 p. ra.
For Hagerstown, UO.OO a. m. and J5.30
For Boyd nnd war points, week Cays,
7.35 a. in., 4.30, 5.30. 7.05 p. ra. Sun
days, 1.15. 7.06 p. m.
For Galthersburg aad war points, weoJ
days, 7.35. 9.00 a. m., 12.o0, 3.15, 4.S0.
4.33, 5.30. 7.05. 11.40 p. m. 8unday3
U.OO a- in., 1.15. 4.33. i.OB. ia.15 p. ot
For Washington Junction and war points,
7.35 a. m 4.30. C.30 p. m. wect daya.
1.15 p. m. Sundays.
Blue Lino for New Xork
f All trains Illuminated with Pintsch light
ForFhiiadeipnia. rew iorK. foston. ana
the East, week dayst 8.00 ( 10.00 a- m.
DlniugCar), 12.00, (12.40 DiningCar),3.oa
15.05 Dining Car), (12.01 night. Sleeping
Car open at 10.00 o clock), Sundays. (9.0O
a. m. DUiiug Car ), (12.40 Dining Car), 3.00
15.05 Dining Can, 12.0 1 night; sleeping car
open 10 o'clock. Additional trains foi
Philadelphia, week days, 7.05 a. m., daily,
B.OO p. m.
BurretParlor Cars on all day trains.
For Atlanttc City, 10.00 a. m.. l2.or
noon, and 12.40 p. m. week days, 12.40
p. ru. Sundays.
For Cape May, 12 noon.
Except Sunday. xExprcsa trains.
Baggage eaileii far and checked from
hotels and residences by Union Transrer
Co. on orders left at ticket oXflcca, 619
Pennsylvania avenue nw.. New York
avenue and Firteenth street, and at depot
WM. M. GREEN, CHAS. O. SCULL.
Gen. Manager- Gen. Pass. Agt.
(Schedule In effect January 18. 1S97.)
All trains arrive and leave Pennsylvania
8 a m.Daiir. local far Danville. Char
lotte aud way htations, connects atilanas
sas far Strasburg, Harrisonburg, and
way stations, dally, except Sunday, i.nd
at Lynchburg with the Norrolk and West
ern dally and with the Chesapeake and
Ohio, daily, for the Natural Bridge and
h liasm.-Dally.the UNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman Buffet
KlL-eiiors. New York and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with
Pullman Sleeper far Asheville and Hot
Borings N. C.. Knoxvllle and Chattanooga,
Tenn and at Charlotte with Pullman
Sleeper far Augusta; Pullman Buffet Sleep
er Now York to New Orleans, connecting
Ht Atlanta Tor Birmingham and Hera
Minx Soill tram Washmcton to New
Orleans without change. SunsccpersonaHy
conducted tourist excursion througn sleeper
on this train every Saturday to San rran
Cisco, without change.
4-ni p. m Local tor Front Royal. Stras
burg and Harrisonburg, daily, except Sun
cay. 4:51 p. m- Dally, local for Charlottes
G-2o p. m. Dally, except Sunday. NEW
YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITED. Pullman
Vestlbuled Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars.
Observation and Compartment Cars. New
xork to Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
Also Pullman bleeping Car New York to
Augusta with connection ior Aiken
Rniii I'l'l'n inmnnsod
BleeoeYs. dining cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New iprj. wftan
ville. Tenn.. via AsheviHe, h.noxviIIe
and Chattanooga: Now York to Tampa,
via Charlotte, Columbia, Savannah and
Jacksonville, and New York to Mem-tilu-s.
via Jiirminghara. New York to New
Orleans, via Atlanta and Montgomery.
Vestlbuled day coach Washington to AC
locta. SontlieriiRallwayilluingcar. Greens-
DIVISION Icava Washington 0:Ol a. in.
aaiiy ami 4:45 p. " dally, except sun
day, and G;25 p. m. Sunday only ror
i:ound nuL4:.t2 p. in. dally, excep.t Sun
day, far Leesburg. and 6:25 p. m. dally Tor
Herndon. Returning, arrive at Wasiuug
ton 8:2G a. in. and 3:00 p. m. dally, from
iCound Bill and 7.0G a. ni. dally, except
Sunday, rrom Herndon, and 8:34 a. m.
daily except Sunday, rrom Leesburg.
Through trains from the South arrive at
Washington 6:42 a, m., 2:20 p. m., and
9:40 p iu. daily, and 9;45 a. ni. dally ex
cept Jtonday. Harrisonburg. lJ:-4i p.
m., and 9:40 p. m. dally, except Sunday,
and 8:30 a. n,. dally, from Charlottesville.
Tickets, sleeping sar reservation, and In
formation iurni3hed at offices, 511 and
1300 Pennsylvania uvenue and at Pennsyl
vania Railroad Passenger Station.
VY. H. UllliiiN, uen. snpt.
J. At. culp, Trairio iiaunjccr.
w. A. 'X'UKit. Uen. I'nss, Aijent.
&,. S. Ucqwb, Ueu. Age. Pass. Uep