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THE TIMES WASHINGTON, FRIDAY', AUGUST 1 189a 'EAST SIDE STBIKES. Ladit Who Work Fourteen Hour iv Day Quit. New York, Aup. IL The strike rever on Ji,o East, Side spread todaj when two more strikes were ordered. The first of the new btrikes ;was that of a body of buttonhole workers who want an increase In wages from 27 cents to 32 cents per hundred buttonholes. The second body of strikers are known as the junior mechanics, and their ages range from ten to fifteen years. They are employed to do the minor work in tailor shops. They went on strike this morning, seventy-five strong. They were headed by David Weinstein, fourteen years old, who declared that, at present, his followers were obliged to work four teen hours a day at wages of from f3 to 15 per week. He wanted the scale changed, so that the wages would be $5 or $fi a week, with ten hours worlc - A union was duly organized, with Wein stein as president. The pants workers opened new head quarters today. The situation among the cloakmakers Is -unchanged. About 50t) of them are now out on strike. A WALL PAPEB TRUST. GlKJiutic Combination I Kormed to ' Control Iriee. Cincinnati, Aug. 11. Word lias reached this city of the formation in the East of a gigantic wallpaper combination that will practically control tho prices of tho whole output of wallpaper. The tru&t is known as the Continental Wallpaper Company, and include the manufactories of wallpaper machinery, of which thero are but three in thte country. The directors of the new trust ar George W. Bell. New York; Julius Jackson, of Sandy HIU. X. Y.; Rofeert 3. Iyatx. New York; Samuel J. FlgB. Frederick Heath, George Haibort, and Jehu Williamson, Brooklyn. The factories arc all situated in the East. In New York. Philadelphia. BostM. Buffalo. New Brunswick, and Newark, N. J., while two small owes aie In opera tion in Chicago. HELP WAXTKD-MALK, WANTED Bfcsrie tntmAv aad fruiter or cttca painter. TAYLOR, SS7 Mml ave. nw It WAjCTKO-Cood waiter. AppJr MM M st. It WANTED TiHatwotlky yourcr man; white or catered; to solicit ordetS for sjxrtdl jitick seWnc attieto: sitll salary and oetiimiggfen. Ad dress PAY this office. It WAXTHD-A fireman at " the DRXTKR STKAJI LAUNDRY. 811 Pa. aie. nw. It WANTED An experienced colored di-fcwasber; must be quick. Apply at once, SOB 7th t- jrw. It WANTTHD At once, four rMpeilangers. 7 0th St. nw. aul2-8t WE FURNISH vwrk of all kinds; driving, wait- ing, dishwashing, and liotel work. BUSINESS BUREAU, 71S 12th st. nw. It W5.VNTED Piist-elass barber. aul2-3t 502 2Ut st- nw. WANTED A barber. Call at or.ee, SIS G st. se. '-It WANTED Boy in printing office; state exper ience in tyiw-ottirjg and wages expected. Ad dries 5. this office. It WANTED Oolmed waiter for general work out " of town; must be polite and neat. Apply Fri day morning, bet. 10 and 11 a. m., 1312 Q t. nw. It-em WANTED A god meat cutter for market store; nHMt be good salesman, honest and sober. Ad dress E. 7.., this office. It-em WANTED Quick; hustling salemin. ROOM " , 1216 F st. nw. It-em WANTED An engineer; must do his own firins; small wages. Applv PALACE STEAM LAUN DRY, 118 4 1-2 st. sw. aull-3t-em WANTED A first-class clothing salesman; also an exiterienccd gents' furnishings salesmin. Addrefs X. X. B., this office aull-3t WANTED Five white waiters. Apply, todav at 2 p. m.. BASEBALL PARK. aull-3t WANTED Clerical positions, as well as domtic places, can le secured at EXCHANGE BU REAU. 70G ISth st aull-St WANTED Cooks, waiters, boys, drivers, laborers, porters, stablemen, watchmen, dishwashers. CITY INTELLIGENCE OFFICE, 427 11th st. nw. aull-St WANTED Young man; one who understand cutting meats. Apply North Cap. and 0 sts. It-em WANTED A first-daes carriage and wa;on paint er. J. E, "MINNIX, 101-105 Harrison tt.. An acia, D. C. aulO-St-em WANTED Wliite lwy to learn horseshceing. S. S. GAIN, rear 144S P st. nw. au!Q-3t WAITED Two barlcrs; steady job. 205 4 1-2 st.; 1 door from Pa. ave. aulO-St WANTED Boy for dining-room work and to inAe himself generally useful. Apply, at ortee. at 1817 Kalerama are. nw. aul0-3t WAITED Rdiablc, soler. registered drug clerk .jfor relief. .Nw. cor. 10th and Pa. ave. au9i3t-em WANTBD A Sd-clas engineer for nicht work; best references from last place of employment regairc'd. X. X. X., this office. au0-3i-em WANTED Young man with 3 or 4 yeara expari coceas grocery clerk- 400 II st. ne. au9-ct-em WANTED X young man who has some knowl edge t the provision business; brins refer ences to BUFFALO MARKET, 1503 14th st. au9-St-cm " HEM "VAXTED-FE31AI,E. WANTED Young ladv to work in lunch room. Address G. IL, tliis office. It WANTED A white woman to cook and take charge of bouse. Apply 317 Pa. ave. nw.; 2d floor. Gall .i p. m. aul2-3t WANTED Girl for housekeeper l.y mechanic; oa place; give age; small pay. BOX 100 this office it WANTED Neat colored girl 1G); general housc wrk; good references. 1520 Cth st. nw. It WE FURNISH work of all kinds; chambermaid, waiting, dishwashing, and hotel work. BUSI NESS BUREAU. 71S 12th st. nw. It WANTED Cook and houseworker; $12 to $15; two" in iamily; no washing. G14 13th st. nw. It WANTED A colored woman to do housework. Call at STORE, 1324 14th st, mv. It WANTED: A capable girl to do chambcrwork; willing and obliging to assist in anvthing else. Call at No. G 3d st, se. It WANTED A woman to cook; must be polite and good worker; few miles out of town. Apply Friday morning, bet. 10 and 11, 1342 Q st. nw. ll-em WANTED A girl to wait on table. 171G F st nw. It-cm i WANTED Young white girl, about 1G, to take care of bsby. 210 Sd st. nw. aull-3t WANTED We have many good places far cooks, chambermaids, nurses, waitresses, laundresses. Call and get one. EXCHANGE BUREAU. 70S ISih st. aull-3t WANTED-At City Intelligence Office, general houscworkers, cooks, chambermaids, room cleaners, laundresses, seamstresses and airls. SUACKLEFORIVS, 427llthjt, nw. aull-3t WANTED White woman or girl to clcan-office; 3 times weekly; state price. Address H. S., this office. aul0-3t WANTED A reliable white woman to do fun eral housework in a very small familv. Applv with reference at 1030 12th st. nw. au9-3t-em HEW WANTED 31 ALE AND 1"E3IALE. WANTED Two men for raw bar; three women, three girls and two boys. 300 G st. nw. It "WANTED V O LUNTEERS. WANTED Recruits; 4th U. S. VoL Inf.; Tred cricksburg, Va. Apply to LIEUT. PEACOCK, after 9 a. m., Friday and Saturday, at 904 Penn. ave. nw. aul2-3t WANTED HOUSES. WANTED By lady of experience, to rent house 12 or more rooms, with boarders; nice neigh borhood; central. Apply $05 K st. nw. aul0-3t-cm WANTED BICYCLES. WANTED To Imy '97 or '93 Second-hand lady's wheel. 707 7th st se. aull-3t SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALK. WANTED By respectable white woman, placp to do general housework; no washing or ir-n-ing. 42a 9th st. nw. It WANTED By a respectable colored woman', plgos as cliamliermaid or waitress; city references. Address 32 Defrees st. nw. It WANTED By colored woman, place any kind of housework; references. -133 C 1-2 Ft. sw. It WANTED By respectable girl, a good home and small salary in exchange for general house work. 700 B t. sw. It work. 703 B St. sw. It WANTED By first-class colored cook, place in boarding house cr hotel; will go out by the day to cook for parties and receptions. Apply 515 1-2 3d st. sw. It WANTED By a middle-aged, capable German woman, a position as housekeeper in wid ower's or gentleman's household; perfectly trust worthy, and willing to work. 455 C st. nw. aull-3t WANTED Elderly lady wants home in Protc tant family; will sew and assist in housework. F. S. W.f this office. lt-cm WANTED Place as cook, by respectable co'o.ed woman. NANNIE TIBBS, 427 Delaware ave. bit. It-em WANTED By first-class laundress, washing by day or take home. J. BROWN, 153 L st. se. aull-3t-em WANTED By respectable colored woman, gen eral houecuork to do. 322 G st. se. anll-3t WANTEl-B3-dn intelligent lady, position to care for several children; would not object to leaving city; refs, exchanged. Addiess Box 127, this office. aul0-3t-em WANTED Anyone wanting a good lady clerk in grocery store will add:e3i J. LEVENSON. 30tli and O sU. nw. nul0-3t-cm WANTED By two women, places to do general housework; also chambermaid. 1702 1-2 10th Bt, nw. au!0-3t WANTED By two young ladies, places a wait ress and "cook in lunchroom. Address IL B., this office. aul0-3t WANTED Waihing and ironing to do at home. LOi;SE ADAMS, 112 31 St. sw. aulO 3t WANTED By a good woman and girl, pljces as general lieuseworkcr or laundry work. GjII 3000 Slh st, nw. auO-St-cm SITUATIONS WASTED-MAbC. WAITED By a white man; thirty years old; work of any kind; sober and good habit"; speak-! German ami English; beat references. Ad dress C. A. ., this tBcc. lt WANTED By colored man; 23; situation; good waiter; al etovater runner experience. Ad dress PATRICK, S2 0th U. nw. au!2-3t WANTED Hy fitat-lss custom thitt cutter, itosi tfcwi with reliable firm. Address CUTTER, this office. It WANTED By young colored man, work of any kind. Address JOHN MANLY, this office. anlJ-Jt WANTED Situation as thiid-cltss engineer; licst refa. Address THIRD CLASS, this office. It-cm WANTED Em jilovment; b3 all-round black'tuith; A o. l.rofcrenoe. JAMES-H. TAI'E, 335 N st. off, auO 3t-cm WAATED IIOO.MS. WANTED Two furnishrd rooms for two adults; private Southern family preferred. Addrrss BASIL, this office. f."iL. WANTED At once. 3 or 4 rooms; complete for. light liousekeeping . Address E. G. P., this office. aull-3t WANTED Two or three fur. rooms for house keeping; cither in northwest or northeast. Address T. J. A.. thi iffice. aull-St WANTED To rent dining-room and kitchen to serve first-class meals; good reference 1012 Hth nw. au9-3t-cm WANTKD IIOO.MS AM IiOAItn. WANTED By a young lady, room and l04.rd; must be respectably and centrally located anj about 3.50 per week. Address E. W., this office. It IVAXTEIJ ailSCELIANEOUS. WANTED To lease, a respectable hotel, doing a fair all-vear business; city or country; g.vo full particulars to W. A. LIVINGSTON, No. 4 Lafayette Place, City. aul2-Ct GENTLEMAN will hire his jrentle, stjluli hots; and ladies phaeton to elderly couple several evenings in each wek at moderate rate. Addrcs PLEASURi:, this office. aul2-3t WANTED By dressmaker, any kind of sewing; satisfaction guaranteed. Call or address DRESSMAKER, 1127 10th St. nw. aul2-3t WANTED Vocal, piano and violin pupils at hall pr.ee vntil September 15; mandolin ..nd Ku-ta . 1127 10th st. nw. aul2-3t WANTED Old Climax barber chair in good oider. cheap. 502 U st. nw. It-cm WANTED To buy for cash, C5 old Domestic sewing machines; suitable for light manu facturing. Address MANUFACTURER, this of fice. aull-Gt WANTED A party with S300; we can place ab solutely safe, short loans at good rates; no publicity to partj- furnishing money. Address BOX 31, this office. aull-3t WANTED Parties wanting money on household furniture, etc., at low rates per year, address CHATTELS, this office. aull-3t WANTED Large tent; 5 or G ft. wall; give par ticulars. Address R. IL, this office. aul0-3t-em WANTED Customers for 100 quarts of pure ice cream at 22c per quart; iced, 25c per quart; SOe per gallon; order one day ahead by postal. GEORGE NIEMANN. 021 II st. ne. aul0-3t-eru WANTED Typewriting at very reasonable rates; special estimates on large orders. MRS. B., C12 9th st. nw. aul0-3t WANTED At SINCLA IR'S, 62GLa. aveTf furnT ture, groceries, showcases, scales, coffee mills, for spot cash; auction sales every Tues day; consignments received until hour of sale; outside sales attended to. aul0-3t WANTED Medium-size safe; combination lock; fireproof; cheap for cash. 3004 M st. nw. aul0-7t niGHEST CASH PRICES paid for second-hand clothing, firearms and musical instruments. 905 D st. nw.; call or drop postal. jy2S-tf-em WANTED To buy or sell, machinery of alld scriptions, such as steam engines, boilers, iron girders, elevators, electric motors, platform scales, leather belting, ropes, pulleys, gas fixtures; old harness, steam, water and gas pipes; aso old iron, brass, copper, lead, zinc, books and paper stock, for winch I pay highest market prices. II. BERNHEIMER. 930 C st. nw. mh S tf-em FOIl EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE Roll-top desk for same with attachment for typewriter; will pay differ tnce. A. B. GLEASQN, 702 F ne. au9-3t-cm WILL exchange a suburban lot, clear of incum berance; valued at 200. for a ho:se and trap. Apply TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, Gil 7th st. nw. au7-tf TFOH SALE LOTS. FOR SALE A fine building lot and small houses at great sacrifice; a good opportunity for investment; submit offer. Address BOX GG, this office. aul0-3t FOR SALE Valuable lots on B. & O. R. R.; in center of the city; railroad tracks on the property; suitable for warehouses, stoneyards brewer", coalvards, etc.; offer wanted. Address M. W. JOHNSON, 010 13th st. . aul0-3t "WALL PAPER. YOU MAY be able to get rooms papered for SI or even 50c. But you'll be sorry you paid the money when you see the work. Our prices start at 2. And we paper the rooms with rich, stylish paper, and do finest work. F. G. NOLTE, S10 9th st. No branch. aulO-tf LATEST EFFECTS in wall paper; rooms papered, $1.50 up. LEPREUX & PORT, G27 Va. ave. aul0-3t BOOMS PAPEREdT$L75 up; the only paper hanger in the city giving written guarantee with each job; samples brousht; send postal; lowest prices for best painting. W. V. MAHONEY, 1230 E st. se. auS-Gt-cm FOR RENT FLATS. TOR RENT Elegant apartments of 3, 4 or 5 rooms; with or without heat; rents from $9 to S20.50; gas and baths. Applv NORMENT & SMITH, Boom 7, 491 La. ave. nw. au7-7t FOR RENT Four rooms; 2d floor; bath and gas, together or single. C22 I st nw. aul0-3t FOR TtENT SUDURHAN. FOR RENT Seven-room cottage at Brookland; 2 blocks from depot; hall, cellar, bath, attic, latrobe. and range, with hot and cold water; reni cheap to a permanent tenant. Inquire MRS. I. S. HOLLIDGE. " aul2-3t SU.M31LR BOARD. COUNTRY BOARD A few boarders on a farm about 1 mile from station; shady; Ice; vege tables in abundance. Address BOX 65, Kensing ton, Md. lt-OT FOIl KENT H003I9. FOR HUNT 215 1st st. nw., one large second story, bay window front room; suitable for two gentlemen or couple; also three large, unfur nished rooms, third floor, suitable, for housekeep ing ' au!2-3t FLIGHT HOUSEKEEPING Entire floors two large, deniable, Tommunicaling rooms; southern ex posure; furnished or unfurnished;" water same floor. 415 G st. nw. aul2-3t FOR RENT1212 New York ave, vnw., comfor.ta- able and cool furnished rcoms; ?0 up; en Buite or single; Summer rates. au!2-3t FOR RENT 310 E st. nw.; furnished; one large, cheerful room; suitable for one or two gentle men; low rent. aul2-3t FOR RENT Large, newly furnished, pleasant third-story front room; central; 0. 723 11th st. nw. It FOR RENT Pleasant furnished rooWn house with small family; heat, pas and-'mbdV n Im provements; moderate rent; to reliable -parties. 443 II st. nw. jau!2-3t FOR RENT 1435 L st. nw.; furnished; cotrifort able ioo.ni; house clean and .cool; iiicpeloJjts; transients taken. laul2-3t FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room; bay window; suitable for two; also hall room, south front; corner 11th and Pa- .ave., and E sts. se.; moderate price. aul2-3t FOR RENT Large furnthcd bay window front room; corner house; refined family; well heated; centrally located. 700 B st. aw It FOR RENT Two nice corner communicating rooms for light housekeeping; furnished or unfurnished; abo two more pleasant- rooms, with or without board. 401 3d St. nw. It FOR RENT One or two furnUhed or unfurnished rooms; second floor; new house; private fam ily; Capitol Hill. No. 320 8th st. ne.; price $5 and $8 per month. It FOR RENT Airy, cheerful, entire parlor rtoor of 3 rcoms, in order; tenns reajonable to suit able tenant; abo front communicating rooms; bath on same floor; from ?S up. 512 E st. nw. au2-Gt-eod FOR KENT Furnished, second-story corner loom; reaMmable. 022 10th st. nw lt-em FOR RENT 1023 Veniicnt a-c.; corner house; grounds all around; cool, bright tocms; ex cellent table; summer rated. aull-3t-em FOR RENT 1702 L st. nw., fur. tojuh; no liglit housekeeping; gentleiifen preferred. aull-3t-ein FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnL-hed rooms on second floor; suitable for light Iteunkeep ing. S27 5th st. nw. aull-3t-eni FOR RENT 714 11th st. nw.; largTfront room, $10; large icar room, ?C, ,2iJ floor; jnll ar range for housekeeping if 'desired. aull-3t FOR RENT ?3.50 per week; pleasant-room for 2; good board; single person, ?4; private family; central location. 721 12th st. riV. aull-3E FOR RENT Tlircc rooms; fur. or unfur; for light housekeeping; no children; large alcove in front room. Apply at C45 2d st. ne. aull-3t FOR RENT Nicely-fur. front and lack rvonu; centrally located; with privileges. Addic-j K. B.. this office. J1"!31 FOR RENT Fur.; large 2d-slory. front roinr, heat, gas and bath; $S per mouth; njar iier dic. 530 21st st. nw. aull-3t FOR RENT 707 II st. nw.; good-sized furnished room; cheap to a. gentleman; vacant August 15. aull-3t FOR RENT SOS Cth st. nw., fine for. rooms hy the day, week or month; chanajroasxinaljle. aul0-3t-em FOR RENT Second-floor frpnt .itjoms; communi cating; southern exKure; , all coneiiicnet?3; privileges, etc. 1213 N. Y. ave. nw. au!0-3t-em FOR RENT l.arge 2d-slo-y front room, suitable for two or three gentfenicn; 10. 221 D st. nw. aut0-3t FOR RENT Entire 2d floor; 3 roims; 2 cloa-ts; bath; hot water; gas; heat; half-block from electric cars. OWNER, C29 T st. nw. aul0-3t FOR RENT Large, pleasant, 2d-floo sout!i-f-on" room; Summer rates. 1015 L st. nw. . aul0-3t FOR RENT 503 L 't. nw.; pleasant room?, fur. or unfur.; 3d floor; also 2 on 1st floor; suit able for a physician. aul0-3t FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished, one hi story back room; very lisht and cheerful; with stationary vash.ctand; price 5 per month. 700 20th nw. au9-3t-em FOR RENT Furnished, 1 nice, large, well-furnished room, -with 4 windows; cor. house; for gentleman. 1000 B ft. ne. au9-3t-em FOR RENT 91S New York ave. nw., nicely-fur. tooms in newly-fitted rouse; one with private bath; transients accommodated. au9-3t-em TOR RENT 3 rooms, furnished for"bWsel(er'p'.ng; $15 a month; cars pass door. 1S03 11th st. nw. au9-3t-em .. " . . FOR RENT 2 front rooms; furnished cimpbtc for light housekeeping; water on floor. 120 C st. nw. au9-3t-em FOIl KENT UNFURNISHED IlOOjI't. FOR RENT Two rooms; second floor; $2 per week; three rooms, attfe, ?1 per week. 251 3d st. sw. ' an!2-3f FOR RENT Two large, unfurnished rooms; sec ond floor; privileges; cheap. 2525 L st. nw, au!2-3t FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms on -second llopr; with kitchen; light housekeeping; S13 a month. 932 L st. nw. aul2-3t FOR RENT 2 or 3 nice unfurnished room3; heat, bath, gas; second floor; cheap. CO P sL nw."" aull-3t-cm FOR RENT Unfur.; kitchen and dining-room; 2d floor; large rrom; take board for lady for rent; cheap for cash. 453 "G st. nw. aull-3t FOR RENT Two large unfur. rooms on 2d floor; large closets; southern exposure. 027 L nw. aul0-3t-em FOR RENT Three beautiful. unfur. grooms ' on 2d floor; light housekeeping; no other room ers. 1121 5th st. nw. a;n-3t-em FOR RENT Three large unfur. rooms. Call, after 4 p. m., 709 Sth st. nw.- aul0-3t FOR ' RENT Three nice rooms; 1st floor; bath same floor; heat and gas; cheap to good tenant. 712 Ast. nc. au!0-3t FOR-RENT Unfurnished, 4 rooms on 3d floor; with bath, hot and cold water; these are fine; wen't be vacant long; cool and nice; light housekeeping. 1000 B st. ne. au9-3t-em FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms, ?5.50. 122 Car roll st. se. au9-3t-em ROOMS AND BOARD. FOR RENT Second-story front room, with board. G22 3th St. nw. aul2-3t ROOMS AND BOARD S03 fc st nw., with board, neatly furnMied hall room, with large closet; terms reasonable. au!2-3t ROOMS AND BOARD 112 A st rooms; with or without board. furnished It ROOMS AND BOARD Elegint, fumi-hed lODins, with board. 21S 2d st. se., near Library. aull-7t-cm ROOMS AND BOARD Large, cool rooms; very cheap; table board, ?3 per week; home cook ing. 311 13th st. nw. - aull-3t FOR RENT Pleasant rooms and good home ta ble; opp. Mt Vernon Park; very cheap rates, with two in loom. S05 K St. nw. aul0-3t-em WEARE FEEDING more people than any liousa in Washington. Why? Because we feed them right. 3,000 square feet cf dining-room, kept nice and cool by large electric fans. Best Elgin huttpr. Pure cream. French drip coffee. Home made pastry. Steaks and chops all broiled. Plenty fruit. No charge for duplicate or special orders. Meals at nearly all hours. Only $-1 a week; equal to any $0 a week in this city. We also have beautiful rooms, with private bath and electric lights. THE GENOA, 603 and 80S 12th st. nw. ' au4-2wks-em FOR HIRE. FOR HIRE Fine saddle arid driving horses and buggies, surreys or daytons; cheapest rates in city to drummers and business men. PRES TON'S STABLES. Sth and I sts. nw.; 'phone 0-7.0. au9-lmo LOST AND FOUND. LOST Young fox terrier; black 'Bpbt- around right eye; -answers to name of. Bob, Re tum to 71G 11th st nw. ' ' 'It LOST Ticket book B. & O. R. It., issued to W. I. SMITH, Hyattsville, Md. Finder, will please mail to above address for reward. It LOST Pair , gold glasses, with chain, between Lansburgh's and 7th and D sts. nw. ."Reward if returned to The Times Office. au!2-3t STRAYED from 511 1st st. tic., Collie dog named Don; had on license tax 2,730; reward if re turned. au!2-3t LOST An alligator-skin pocketbook. A liberal reward if returned to II. R. HUTCHINS, G05 S. C. ave. se. - aull-t LOST A small spotted fox terrier (female) Re- ward if returned to 2j 2i. J. ave. nw. aut0-3t-em STRAYED From 157G Howard ave.. Mount Pleas ant, a dark Jersey cow; had on halter. Re ward for information. au!0-3t-cm LOST A bicycle; maroon frame; Yim tires; n:w saddle. Reward if returned to JANITOR of, Mertz Building, 11th and F sts. aiil0-'3t POUND Ice Cream A No. 1; absolutely pure;, none better; 90c per gallon; bricks. L LACEY'S, t7 N. Y. ave. - ' jy23-tf-ein FOR RENT notJSES. FOR RENT HOUSES 1823 16th St. N.W. Beautiful new modern residence; stone front; 15 rooms; $125 per month to good tenant (very cheap). 1327 Princeton St. N.W. Fino home, overlooking -city and river; house 33 feet front; lot 50 feet front; about 17 rooms; modern throughout ; splendid barn and stable; reduced to $100 per month. The above properties can also be pur chased at bargain counter prices direct from owner. W. E. LEWIS, Room 32, Hutchins Building'. Cor. 10th and D Sts. &wl, "Washington, D. O. au9-7t-em FOR RENT. W. II. BARNES & CO., '027 E ST. NW. COO Md. ave. ne., 12 rms. 2 baths, steam heat j $C0 0Q 301 T st. nw.. 10 rms., iru L 15 00 020 0th st. nw., 8 rms., mj If 40 50 zses Htn rt. nw., 0 rms., m. i 40 ou Ml T st. nw., 7 rms., m. i 40 50 225 E st. nw.. 11 rms., m. i.'. 40 50 1202 North Capitol st., 0 rms.. m. 1 32.50 135.141 Mass. ave. ne., 9 rms.j in. i 35 03 121-125-127 T st. nw., 8mm., m. i 30 50 022 22d fit. nw., 8 rms., .tn. i 30 50 410 Spruce st. nw 0 rmi, m. i 25 50 Petworth, D. C, several cottages, 7 rms., m. i , .'i.V....?25 00 to S0O0 47 Quincy st. nw., 0 rmj, m. i 30 00 1512-14-1S 5th st. nw., 8-nns.. m. 1 23 50 507 Spruce st. nw., 7 rms., m. i 22 M 1D2S 5th st. nw. 0 rnvC m. i C2 50 20 Quincy st. ne., G rmi., in. i 20 50 1535 Cth nw., 0 rms ,... IS U 237 Elm st. nw., 0 rms., in i 10 00 520 Tcnn. nve. ne.. C rms., ni. i 15 61 42fi Elm et. nw.. G rms.. ni. i 15 33 1119 C st. ne., 0 rms., m. i 15 30 STORES. 30 7th St. nw , storeroom and cellar C5 00 711 7th s nw., storeroom and cellar $50 00 1303 7th nw., str. and dwg., 0 rms., m. i.. 35 50 FLATS. 739 7th st. aw., second floor; 4 rms,; rn. I.. SO 50 FOR COLORED TENANTS. M P st. nw.. 0 nns SIS 50 1533 5th nw.. C rms 17 50 713 2d st. sw.. 0 rms.. m. i 15 33 37. 43. 45 Fenton st. r.e., 0 rms 12 53 E1-S3 Fenton st. ne., 5 rms 10 33 U02-1-G-S-10-U Shepard alley nw., 4 .rms... 8 50 mvl5-tf FOR KENT S20 lOUi ne., new; G rooms, Inth, cellar, and all modern improvements; $1S.C0. Inquire at S31 10th ne. ' aull-7t-cin FOR RENT $20.50; 1330 13th st. nw.; 3 d ors from Iowa Circle; 0 rooms. Apply 133S 13th St.; OWNER. aull-3t FOR RENT 2C04 13th st. nw., " rooms, bath, eel., shed; also 509 N," J. ave. nw., 7 r., ha., pantry, eel.; both have large yards. auS-Ct .MISCEI,L.VXEOUv DETECTIVE SERVICE I'rhSinvesUiaroriX personal, criminal or c,fvil; expsrt evpirienced operatives; roughe't or rndst delicate work; ab solutely confidential; consultation and advice free. 1009 K st, nw. aul2-3t JUST OUT, FOR PIANO "Interment" march, by B. J. Wrightsman; a splendid march; kej cf F; 25 cents. Pul.li lied by II. ERERBACH, an I for sale at other music-stores. aul2-3t YOU WILL save money by lming your shoes repaired at 229 Paave. nw.; white oik leather rnlv used; totes and heels, 40c. Between 2d and 3d sts. aull-14t No 1431 PA. AVE. XV.". .is occupied as a first class shoe shep; work at the lowest rates. aull-Tt GOLD PLATING on watches, $1; silver. 75c; all kinds of jewelry replated and repiired. SriO 1-2 9th st. nw. -aulOt-em PRINTING 100 cards, 100 letter heads, 1C0 envel opes, 1; finest stoek. superior work. "We print even thing." HAYWORTH PUBLISHING HOUSE. 516 Sth st. -ul0-7t-em BAD bills nnd claims collected or no charge. II. D. GORDON, Lawyer, 1335 F -St.. basemnt. auS-Gt ICE CREAM Special; pure and delicious; 70c per gallon. LACEY'S, C07 N. Y. ave. nw. jvlOtf PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING. Printing 500 cards. 75"; 500 envelopes, 75e; ICO notc-headj. 75c; 00 statements, 5c; bind ing inacazines. 5Uc; mLsccllaneo.u books re tiov.nd. G E. WILLIAMS. 015 7th it. nw. fe3-tl FOR S1AX.E HORSES S.VND VEHIOLK5. FOR SALE Side bar trap, and ha-n-ss; jrice $40. Call at 409 M st. ne.; 'af tcV i p. in. aul2-3t FOR S VLE Furniture wagon; $25 cash, st. .e. ' ' ' 023 Sth It FOR SALE Six-room "and bath frame house; $1,200. Apply on premises? 1029 Roicdalc st. ne.; for colored people. , ,. aul2-3t FOR SALE Several top- buggies and 1 Davtoa; complete. REAR 42jl5t st nw. aull-3t-cm FOR SALE Dandy Jim; sorrel gelding; grand sen of Nutwood and -Tom Bowling; good road-tor and saddler for lady or gentleman. HOPKINS'S STABLE, between S and R st?,, west of 9th st. ' ' J aull-3t GREAT Rebuilding Salej-New and second-liand vehicles and harness," of every description re gardless of cost for next.SO'dlys. 203-211-213 1.1th st. nw. ' " aul0-7t-em FOR SALE Fine horse; dipple gray; 1,200 lb?.; 8 years old; works double. 1101 II st. ne. au!0"-3t FOR SALE Bay mare; G years old; cheap. Call 2G l St. nw. au!0-3t FOR SALE One platform spring wagon, with, top; also 1 3-spring top wjgon; 1 top buggy; 3 work horses, and 1 driving marc; 3 sets harness; no reasonable offer refused. In rear of 814 7th st. sw. aulO-lt FOR SALE Gentleman's drivinc marc; 5 yeara old; bav; out of Princess Orloff, bv Iroquois. Inquire B. F. SHAW'S LIVERY STABLE, 1st and C sts. se. au!0-7t FOR SALE A bargain; good horse and wagon, 50. 1030 North Capitol st. aul0-3t J'OIt hALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE A walnut bed, mattrc?s and bolster; cheap; $4. 50 Myrtle Vt nc. au!2-3t FOR SALE Cheap, horse, buggy and ha-ness; al o 'boy's saddle; must be sold, as owner is leav ing city. Can be s-een at 42 t st. nw. ajil2-3t FOR SALE Household goods; cheap; lot maga zincs, two gas stoves, one parlor stove, par lor suite, flower wire stand, single cak bed and bedding; shades, screens, carpets, toilet sets, dining-ioom table, stands, 'awning. 1017 14th st. 10 to 1 Friday only. It FOR SALE New "Prairie State" incubator; 200 or 400 capacity; cheap for cash. Addrcs PRAIRIE STATE, this office. lt TOR SALE Cheap; Hth'st, near G st. nw.; 9 room fur. house; all rooms rented; pays well; rent, ?33; kitchen and dining-rom 1st floor; fur nished for public dining-room; price, ?150; leav ing city. Address B. O., this office. aull-3t TOR SALE Machine "motor fans; cheap. HEMP LER, Optician, Gth st. and Pa. ave. auH,-St FOR SALE Cheap: handsbme Irish setter dcg. Inquire 1209 5th st. nw. aull-3t FOR SALE National Cash Register; good as new; cheap. C22 Pa. ave. se. aull-3t FOR SALE Portable oven; cheap; McDowell No. 3. No. S15 It st. nw aul0-3t-em FOR SALE Emerson grand square piano; cheap if sold at once. Audre'Ss E. G. S. P., this 'of fice. aul0-3t-em FOR SALE New show window; ize, 5x9; will fit any square front building. 2012 7th st. nw. aul0-3t-cm FOR SALE A pair of thoroughbred fox terrier pups. Call, after 4 p. m., 107 2d st. ne. aul0-3t FOR SALE Meat-rack ice box; corn beef ice box. 1G41 12th st. ne. aul0-3t FOR SALE 50 cords of pine wood, delivered nw. or sw. Address J. K., this office. au9-3t-em TOR SALE 1 large icebox, too large for owners' use; a bargain for someone. EAST ECKING TON MARKET, 3d and R st ne. au9-3t-em FOR SALE 3 hoisting enjrincs; a bargain. Ad dress ENGINE, this office. auS-7t-cm FOR SALE 23 single-comb Brown Leghorn Hens, $1 each; 50 cockerclsVSl.EO up. BROOKLAND POULTRY' YARDS, R. e. iBooth, Manager, cor. 10th and G. t, auS-lwk-cm FOR SALE Safes; second". harid and new; leiair ing, and kcjs made to order. 110(3 E n.v. JyCO-lmo-ein FOR SALE Fresh COW3;; .always On hand; would also exchange for dry -cows. JNO. DENE KAS. 3510 Brigiitwood ave. v jylO-lmo-em FOR SALE A 25e box of Milburn's Malaria Cap sules will cure any caofimalaria, chills and fever; trial size 10c at 'druggists. jy24-lmo AUSTIN'S AND SPRATTt'S DOG CAKES; Glover'a dog medicines; pamphletjjon dog3 and bird diseases free; birdk modntcd Mv expert tatider mists. SCHMID'S BIRD? STORE, 712 12th st. nw. 1 n mh25-tf-ein lOlt SALE ?2.l lor Hf-tt.J extension table; lounges. 52.50; refKjjeWrtors and gasoline rtoves. parlor and fccd-iooln'' rni'.esj iSL.per week; cheap cash and .reditu jitEDMOND. 313 7th Et. nw. oc30-t-eni FOR SALE AND RENT HOUSES, THOS. E. WAGGAM, Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer, 917 F Street N.W. FOR SALE SOUTHWEST. G13, G15, G17 Burk's alley, t. b., 4r (each) $900 00 423 Limerick alley, f. b., 4r ,. GOO 00 NORTHEAST. G24 It st b.! h., Gr.; a. m. i $3,500 00 G14 L, b. h Cr.; a. in. i 3,500 00 SOUTHEAST. 17 17th st., store and dwelling Sl.OOO 00 UNIMPROVED, NORTHWEST. New Hampshire ave., near R; 25x93 ft..10,000 00 S. between, lEth.andaOth, 22 1-2x100 ft. 8,000 00 Ne. corner Mass. ave. and 2d, 3,401 sauarl-'Iecf. .'...',' 0.1S0 00 M.s.t, nca,r,lth.20x50 feet 4,503 00 Sq. Ft. 10th st. bet P and Q, 48x100 ft $5 00 South side R. I. ave.,v near Conn, ave., GOx 100 ft ..... 4 50 It St.. bet 19th and 20th., 45x90 ft 3 50 1915 1 st, lot.3Ixl5 fU 3 00 Entire block Bo'uh'ded by 15th. 10th, W and Y ..,....; ,...2 03 1200 21st, lot 35 foot rront 2 21 921 N. J. ave., lot 22x120 ft 2 00 O, bet. 21st and 22d, 40x100 ft 2 0 Corner 21st and L, 45x03 ft 2 00 V, bet. 11th and 15th, lots 20x145 ft 1 73 Huntington Place, bet. 14th and 15th, Mx 145 ft 1M 21th, bet. L and M, 52x122 ft 1 00 10th, bet. E and P. 60x155 ft ....-1 25 Hth, bet Tund U, 22x93 ft 1 25 N, bet. 21st and 22d, 25x100 ft 1 23 I. bet. 33d and 34th, 47x150 ft 75 Va. ave., bet 27th and 2Sth, 110x122 ft GO Wisconsin ave., near St. Allan's Church, M200 ft... .; 40 FOR JtENT NORTHEAST. 101 tlth st; fmv.'peryear; 15r 1,500 00 20a Delaware avc.v 10r....v 45 0) 1014 3d.gr,; stable; Gr 15 33 G2I-3 1-2st., lr j 8 30 110 Schott's Alley, 4r 7 00 1513 Norris it, 4r : GOO 1125 Q st, 5r GOO 1520 Turner st,.-5r -. 5 50 SOUTHWEST. 00G Va. ave., Sr". S23 42 ail O st.t Sr ;. 25 00 930 C st. Sr..... ..;; 22 50 929 C St., Gr 20 30 420 Sth St., Gr..J :: 1G30 1211 1) St., 7r 15 30 331 13th st, Gr.-.' C.t. 1130 439 Del ave., 5r, 13 30 320 N St. 0r.... :.' 12 50 1309 D St., Gr..,.. 12 33 G30 Md. ave.. 4r , II 80 1329 .Union et,. Gr 11 00 G17 1-2 Del. ave., 4r V 9 20 1020 S. Capitol st. Or... 8 30 Call at 917 F St. "for semi-maatlily Bulletins. FdlFSALE Oil RENT No.719 Cth st. nwT, known as t!e Business Men's Club Hou-e. auS-lwk-em FOR REST-STOKES. FOR RENT Cheap; one of the best meat and provision store) in Solrth Washington; 120 G st. sw. Inquire .at P SULLIVAN'S, 211 E st. sw. aull-7t FOR RENT-.- Store and sfablc'GCO d nw $20 00 Store and cellar.jSlS Jid. ave. ne IS 00 Store and cellar, 442 N nw is 00 Store, 2020 7th nw 10 00 Shop, 14G9 Ji nver:. ..;., g 53 Also a .number, of .stables and several other stores anJdwelfihgs.'Call at office for full list. COLLINS & GADD1S; 511 11th st. nw. au4-tf-em FOR SALE SUIJURPAN. 23 MONTHLY will buy 9-room brick, at Rive dale; porcelain bath, stationary washstand, hot and cold water; one acre good land; privilege of mo-r; poultry houses; ?2,S00. W. R. WILSON, Rherdale, Md. aul2-3t FOR SALR-Tract3 of from 1 tc 5 acres ofland. beautifully located for suburban homes; loca tion high and healthy, with fine large oak sr.d hickory trees for shade; public Potomac water supply, and within 5 minutes' walk of Chevy Chase electric road on Connecticut ave.; terms easy. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 920 F nw. jy20-tf-rn FOR SALE HOUSES. FOR SALE Store .and dwcllimr. 909 HrneT; cjv terms. Apply OWNER, 1313 G st, aul2-7t - FOR SALE 51)50 cash for G-rcom brick house; has water and sewer. N st. se., near 1st st. $1,500 for 7-room frame house; lot 23x115. N. J. ave. sc., near L. $1,300 for two frame houses on 2d st. se; lot SOxSIl " - - JOHN F. DONOHOE. aul2s3t . 303 E. Capitol st FOR S VLE Kictit-rocm brick, near Capitol; modern; $4,100; $200 cash; $23 and interest monthly. AddrcssFqUNp,thLs office. aul2-3t FOR SALE Rare chance to get a nice new home fn Mount "Pleasant for $3,250; 9 rooms; beau tifully finished; a. m. i.; cost $4,S50 to build; peremptory .sale. S. M. JONES, 310 10th st. au!0-3t FOR SALE Big sacrifice for cash or mall month ly payments, without cach. 3 G-room and bath bricks in. Trinidad. OWNER, C3G 7th st ne. aul0-3 Ul'SINESS CHANCES. PART Interest for sale in cafe to experienced . man with small amount; (mainly to injure attention): no agents need apply- Address J V. E., this office- aul2-3t BAKERY AND-CONFECTIONERY-Completely equipped; established route; clearing SI0 week; terms and price reasonable. DUNLAP. 900 F st. nw. aul2-3t 113 WILL buv cigar- store clearing 2.50 per day; low xent .DUNLAP, Business Broker, 903 F st T" aul2-3t GO TO Dunlap fc Co. to buy or sell out a busi ness quick.', BJJSINESS BROKERS, 93G F st. au!2-3t " ' . BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY An opportunity offer ed active party with about 5.000 capital; object, to enlarge the manufacture of articles for which there is enormous demand; already in usa by Government and public; franchise secured by 7 new patents; large profits assured; full investi gation courted; no asrents and only parties with needid capital and business reference need ap ply. BOX 07,JJu3 office. aull-3t-om FOR SALE A 5-year established boarding house doing a first-class business in good location; house elegantly furnished. Address M. G., thU office - aull-7t-em WANTED Partner; a man with business experi ence, with a few hundred dollars, in a good paving, well-established business. Address, at on'ce, J. C. C, this office. aull-3t EOR SALE Barber shop; established, paying stand; owner selling on account of ill-health; a bargain: price. $150; weekly trade $25. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS, 100G F st. nw. aull-3t - FOR SALE Patent electric lisht; will sell the District richts cheap; requires no capital to have it manufactured. NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS, 100G F st. nw. aull-3t WANTED Partner in- manufacturing bu-iness; capital .required about $2,500; ref. necrsiary. Address X. Y. X., this office. aull-3t FOR SALE ?500, will buy an Al ci?ar store on the best part and best side of Pa. ave. nw.; good income; write at once. Address l A., this office. aull-3t FOR SALE Dining room; sales, $37 per diy. A. M., this oflice. aulO 3t-em WILL sell half interest .in office business; last 12 days, receipts yearly $100; price to suitib'e party," $250; want .ictive man to increase busi ness; no other need apply. Address BUSINESS 100, this office. aul0-3t-em FOR SALE First-clasS'Lakcry and ice cream par lor; $150 per month net profits; owner proim; in wholesale business. WHITE'S HOME BAK ERY, 922 9th st. nw. aul0-3t-em FOR SALE- Grocery stores; prices ranging from 200 to $1,500.; cigar store, $130; lunch rooms, from $200 to $700; before buvinsrsecure our list of bargains. DUNLOP, 90S F st. aul0-3t-em FOR SALE Fine grocery and provision store; cheap rent; daily sales, $35 to $10; good clean stock; at a bargain. NEW YORK B. BROKERS, 1000 F 'st. -' " I " ' jiul0-3t-em TOR SALE--A fcreat patent; money maker; ready sales all over the country; a patent fence snap. :NEW YORK B. BROKERS, 10OG F st. -,f - aul0-3t-em FOR1 SALE Dininp room;-daily sales, $40 to $50; bargain. NEW YORK B. BROKERS, 10OT, F st. rA -. - aul0-3t-em FOR SALE Cigar store, news stand; rent cheap; dealing $300 per dav; good business snap. NEW YORK B. BROKERS, 100G F st. aul0-3t-cm TOR SALE Grocery; doing gcod business; well located; cheap rent, and' exceptional chance. COMMERCIAL EXCHANGE, 510 F St. nw. au!0-3t FOR- "SALE Good drug store; well located; cheap; easy terms; or will trad-. COMMER CIAL EXCHANGE, 510 F st. nw. aul0-3t WILL PAY $100 cash,and portion of monthly sal ary for position under Government or else where paying not less than $75 per month; am experienced accountant; gcod penman. Address CONFIDENTIAL, thisjjfnce. au!0-3t FOR SALE Cheap; fruit and confectionery store, a bargain; good reasons for selling. 307 4 1-2 st. sw: . aul0-3t FOR SALE $125"; grocery; new stock; old stand: near; 2 publiei schools; rent $6. 11th arid vG sc. au9-5t-era RAILROADS. Washington & Great Falls Electric R. R. Only Direct Route to Glen Echo and Historic Cabin John Bridge, On and after May 21 cars will leave Un'.oa ttatton, 36th and Prospect ave. (terEiimu of the Metropolitan and Capital Traction Corapaty lines), as follows: Every 30 mirutes. from 8 a. in. to 0 a. rn. Efery 20 minutes, from 9 a. m, 10 J 11. m. Every 15 minutes, from 2 p. in. to 8:'1 P- ro. Every 30 minutes, from 0:33 p. m. to H:i3 D m. Beturnlng leave Cabin John Bridge and GUa Echo Evtry 30 mbiute. frcm 6:30 a. m. to 9:30 a. ra. Every 20 minutes, from 0:80 ra. to t:30 P- Every 15 minute, frora 2:30 p. m. to 10 p. ra. Every 30 minutes, from 10 p in. to 12 P- . Or oftecer, as traffic demands. F. IL FOWIJiR. Superintctdrct. my21-tf . STEAM DO ATS. , Norfolk anil Washington Steam boat Co Every day In the jeir tor Fortress Mon- roe, Norfolk, Newport News and all point! - South, by the surwrb, powerful Eteel palace ttcameri, "Newport New.t "Norfolk. ' nd "Washington." en the following schedule: SOUTHBOUND: Leave Washington 6:30 P.M. Leave Alexandria .7:00 P. M. Arrive Fort Mcnroe 7:00 A.M. Arrive Norfolk 8:00 A-.M- Arrive Portsmouth 8:15 A.M. NORTHBOUND? Leave Portsmouth Leave Norfolk Leave Fort Monroe Arrive lUr.n'. 5-.W P. M. 5:15 1. M. ...6:45 P.M. " ...0:20 A. M. ""....7:00 A-M. ll,v Vntpl. "The Arrive Washington"."l".,."I! Visitors to Chamberlin's Hygeia," and Virginia Beach will find lo ...... !. . .. . 1 :.. t, com. .mc must, aiiraciive route, iiuiuuta fort-hie night's rest- , . . Large and luxurious rpoma, h3 a D7 steam and fitted throughout with elec- trie lights. Dinins-room service i a " carte, and is supplied from the best that the markets of Washington arid Ncrfois afford. Tickets on sale at U. S. Express office. 817 Pennsylvania Avenue; 513, G19, 14- Pennsylvania Avenue. B. & O. ticket office. corner Fifteenth Street and New' York Ave- nue. and on board; steamers, where umi table, map, etc.. can also be had. Any other information desired win oe furnished en application to the unders.ga at the company's wharf, foot of Scveniu Street. Washington. D. C. Telephone o- ' 750. JOHN CALL.U1AN. General Manaser. Queen of SufnmQ'Trips. Boston by Se3. Providsnca by Sei Merchants and Miners Transportation Company. Steamer Baltimore to Boston every TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SUNDAY, at 4 p, ra. Steamer Baltimore to Providence, "every MON DAY and SATURDAY at 4 p. ra. For tour books and further information addrtsj C. R. GILLINOHAM, Aeent, Lorn; Dock, Bilto. Md.. or G19, 817, 1121 Pa. ave.; N. Y. avp. and 15th st.; 15th end G sts.; Cth and B sts , Wash.. D. C. J. C. WHITNEY. W. P. TURNER. Traffic Manager. Gcn'l Pass. Agent. jy2-3mos FOR SALE I1ICVCL,13S. 1XR SALE Hisrhcst-jrrade man's bicycle; almost new; cheap if sold todav. Call between 4:30 and S p. m., 1S2C lGth it. nw. It FOR SAUv-A good '97 WeycleT-721 2d st. ne. aul2-3t FOR SALE Crescent bicycle, in nood repjir; new enamel; good tirts; $10. 2217 M st. nw. It RIDERS. ATTENTION' Th clian?e in the weather means a chance in our already low prices on hi(;h-p;rade wheel?, new and slishtl u-ed; '97 and '95; wheels must be .sold at a sacrifice; loot the field over, take notes of other crades and quote prices of other dealers; then come to us. Sincle-tubc tires, mechanically put 011, 1.50: bicycles boupht outright. NEW YORK CYCLE CO.. 434 9th St. aull-7t LADIES' GOODS. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT The Domestic S?w injr Machine C'o.'s ltet production. ?45 Re liable sewinjr machine to be sold at 22.50 dur ing the month of August only; this includes com plete outfit. latest improved attachments and Domestic S. M. Co. '5 5-vear fruarantee. C. At'ERBACH, 7 and II, Otneral Agent, luht run ning Domestic S. M. Best known, known a? the be?t. aul2-tf PKRSOrfAX.3. Cnfi."isTicf 1 11110(1 cr-i2ti1 V Oldest in age; longest located; Regular graduate two schools; Authorized by the District Government to treat All diseases of the Nbs Throat, and Luaga, Heart, N'ervfS, Brain, Blood, Skin, Stomach, Kidneys, and Bladder. Night Losses, Sexual "Weakness, and all Special lbnvs-s of either sex Stricture, varicocele and Hydrocele cured without cutting o- operation. o palo. .No lass of time. A prompt and per manent cure guaranteed, i-yphllls (any stage) cureo .for life without mercury or potash. o exposure. CHARCES LOW. MEDICINES FURNISHED. Dally ORico Hour&-10 to 1 and 3 to 6. Suiidiy. . toPi FREE CONSULTATION. Iel5-tf The "3 Days" Cure (for men) leads all remedies in this city; a prompt and permanent cure or no charge; con sultation free. DR. McKEEHAN, 716 12th st. nw. Office hours, 10 a. m. to 1 p. m 5 to S p. m.; Sunday, 2 to 4 p. m. auS-lmo REDUCED I REDUCED! His Readings to Ladies, 25c. Gents, 50c. - PlflGP, CLAY, Oldest established Clairvoyant, tells yau business, love affairs, family troubles; about lawsuits, di vorces or an thing you wish to know; bring3 sep arated together; causes speedy marriages; re moves family troubles; bad luck spells, or mys terious feelings: 10 to 10 daily. 4S9 II st. sw au9-3t-em MME. PERRIN, Scientific Palmist, Card Reader and Clairvoyant; your destiny revealed with wonderful accuracy. 500 5th st. nw. au!2-2w PROF. BERNARD, CLAIRVOYANT AND PALMIST. Advice and Help on All Affairs of Life. Readings reduced to 25c to all. 9 to 9 daily 917 G Street Northwest. au!0-3t GLEETINE, for men; 50e. Y Nothing bc'tcr. CAPITAL JIED. CO., Cth and D; en trance 6th st. au5-2w MME. LA ROY, Medium, tells past, present and future sittings, 50c. 1223 1-2 F st- ao9-14t nEWASX DISTRESSED MAX when he was convinced of the money he had thrown away in buying a new suit and his friend was wearing such an elegant custom-made suit, slightly worn, that cost only a trifle; -nc have lot's more. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, C19 D. auS-lwk-em MME. DAVIS, born clairvoyant and card reader, tells about business; removes spells and evil influences; reunites the separated and gives luck to all;cures piles and drunkenness. 1223 25th st. mv. au7-lmo Dr. Leafcherman, EXPERT SPECIALIST In the cure of all private diseases. Hydrocele, Varicocele, Stricture, Ira potency and Syphilitic Diseases positively cured. Advice and Consultation Free, Both Sexes. Hours. 9 to 12, 2 to 5; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evenings, 7 to 8. (JOii F ijtrcct Xorthvrest. (Closed Sunday.) mb30-tl Mrs. DR. RENNER., SPECIALIST In obstetrics, gold medal awarded for the science oi obstetrics from the University, of Munich. Ba varia, treats successfully woman's complioitionj and irregularities; private sanitarium for ladies, before and during conSnement. Infants adopted. Office hours. 3 to 6 p. m. C19 Pa. ave. nw., Jletro politan Block. Washit.gton. D. C. lelO-ti NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS, OOO V St. IV. w. Ckild filling and bridge work a specialty, at the lowest price; amalgam fillings, 50c; full ti of teeth on plates. $5; estracting.either bj sa or local spray, absolutely bainlrss, SOe; with out, 25c: all work done bjr experts and guar ariteed the best; open on5uhdayarircni 10 to J o'clock. mh22-t-cm 9 .7 M. RAILROADII. Washington, Alexandria - and Mount Vernon Railway. Frcm Station. 13 1-2 st. and 1'a. Ave. In Kffect 3Inr 1. liOS. Ffromex2niria fwek tejtt, 6A5. 7:05. 7:33. ex. .8-00, S:3o. 939. 10:00. WOO, 11:43 A. M : &'lf& U:2- 1-'13. 1:13. 2:05. ex.; 3:00 .: i'-7n r ' "' 4:l5 -: 3:03. 5:20. e.; nob. mb'p.: m30' 7:C0- '7:30- 3:W- 8:00, 10:f' 10FM iVe"?tU (Sun.bys). 7:13. 8:45. 9:& 8-o?'Ji15Lir-: 12:00 noon. 12:13. 1:30. 2:15. A3&J:?-15- :. 7:50. 8:15. 9:00. ioFwf S5t,Ve,:non f y- s-30- 3:0 S'bVp.' 12:0S. - 2:(- 3:C0- 3--S3' lm 5Iount Vernon (Sundiys). 7:45. 0:43 A. SL. FW Ti7' r13- 3: "Bd BslS. 9:00 P. M- , j"; n fsLc!? n'1 Aqduct Bridge weJt mS' 1 -' 10:D0 a"d n'Vt M- 12:' T-rw i o'?:C5- 3:M 3-. :15. 50. o;05. : Ml"?"" and Aqueduct Bridge (Sendars). li-iK ,.9:W 10:3- ":15 A. M. 12:00 noon. g'ii'-L215- 3 3:15. 40. 5:05. 6:00. 6.4.. :qo. g.js p ic -r.. "" m. Km to Payne Station only. 1 arcrls carried on at! f. carried on all trains." Daggise checked. apl3-tf Pennsylvania RAILItOAn. 70TIAOKiFOIWU 0P S,rrlr AND B STREETS. Pi. ?':,-dar3--PnTSBURC EATRESS, bmv! aD1 Dlail,s Cars Harrisburs t- PitU- IOnSn !..JIr pESYLVAIA I IMITED.-?uU. J?f" eeP,s?. Dinin?-. Smoking atd Observation iSSf. Tjah,VT? ' Chicago. Cincinnati. Indiair i!!f' r?L Lou"' Cleveland and Toledo. Bullet mrJ Car to Karrisbunr. rA- M. FAST LINE. Pullmat Buffet Parlor h?,l rrisburg. Buffet Parlor Car aarrfa burg to Pittsburg. Ja.--11100 AN1 ST. LOUIS EXPRESS - eepirr Car Washington o St. Louis, and jJecnuigr and Dining Cars Uarrisbur?: tn St. 7 'ni NashriIIe Ca Cincina-'U). and Chicago, si. i1'- WESTERN EXPRESS. Pullman h." Cr to -p"t3burg. Chicago, and Harria- 1 Cleveland. Dining Car to Chicago. ,!" 5L-SOCTU-WESTEHK EXPEESS.-P0II. man sleeping Cars Wishington to Pittsburg aaa Hamsourg to St. Loua and CincinaaU. Uininsr Car. 104l .p- il- PACIFIC EXPRESS. Pullraaa Sleeping Car to Pittsburg. ' :50 A. M. for Kane. Canandaigua, Rochsster and n rla?ara Falh "Ir. eicept Sunday c ' 3I- or E,m: and Itenovo daily, except Sunday. For Willtamort daily. 3:30 P. U. t M-,for Williiinsport, Rochester. Erie. But 'o and Niagara Falls, daily, except Satur day, with Sleeping Car Washington to Roch ester, i 10n? M- for Eri(?. Canandaigua. Bochesttr. Buffalo and Niagara Falls daily Pulfcnaa Sleep- n? sCar 'ashhistoc tq Rochester Saturdaj cxi. - Tor Phlladeliihia. .Yevr York, aad the East. :0?,p- 1- "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED," dall7. alt Parlor Cara. with Dining Car from Balti more. Regular at 7:00 (Dining Car), 8:00. 9:00. 10:00 (Dining Car), and 11.00 (Dining Car from Wilmington) A. M.: 12:45 3:15, 4:20 (Dining Car frora Baltimore). 6:50. 10.00 and 1US0 P. M. On Sunday. 7:C0 (Dming Carj. S:00. 9:00. 11:00 (Dining Car from Wilming ton) A. M.; 12:15 3-15. 4:20 vDiniru: Car frora Baltimore). 0:30. lO.ftl and 11:50 P M. For Philadelphia only. Fast Express. 7:51? A. M. wee-days. Express, 12:13 P. M. wrek-dayi 2:01 and 5:40 P. M. dily For Boston without change. 7:50 A. JL week days, and 4:20 P. M. daily. For Baltimore. 8:20. 7:O0, 70. S:00. 9:X. 10:00. " iu:io. ll:0O A. M.; 12:15. 12:45, 12:53. 2:01. 3:13. 3:30, (4:00 Limited). 4:20, 4.38. 5:40."" 6:15. 0:50, 7:20. 10:00. 10:40. 11:15 and 11:53 P. M. Qc Scr-day. 7:00. S:CO. 9:00. 9:05. 10-J0r ' ll:CO AT M.; 12:15. 1:15. 2:01. 3:15, 3:30. (1:03 Limited). 4-20. 5:10. 6:15. 6-50. 7:20. 10:00.' 10:40 and 11 30 P M. For Pope's Creek Line. 7:50 A. M. arai 4:35 P. M. week-days. Sundays, 9:05 A. M. For Annapolis. 7:00 A. M. and 5:40 P. M. daily. except Sunday. Sundays. 9:C0 A- M. aad 4:29 P. M. Express for Florida and points en Atlantic Coast Line. 4:30 A. M . 3:48 P. 11. daily; Richiaand only. 10:57 A. M. wex-day3; Atlanta Special. via Richmon-l and Seaboard Air Line. 4:40 P. M. daTy. Accommodation for Quantico, 7: J J A. M. daily and 4-25 P. M. week-days. Scasliore Connections. For Atlantic City (via Delaware River Bridge, all ril route). 11:00 a. m.. 3:15. (4:00 -Coagres-sional Limited") and 11:50 P. M. daily, 12:45 P. M. week days (through Pull man Buffet Parlor Car); via Market Street Wharf. 10:00 and 11:00 A. M.; 12:45 P. M. week-days, 11:30 P. M. daily, and 12:15 P. M. Sundays only. Saturdays only. 9:C0 A. M. For Cape May. 10:00. 11:03 A. 11.. 12-45 P. M. week-days. 11-50 P. JL daily. Saturdays only. 9:00 A. M. Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and G Streets, and at the Station, Sixth and B Streets, whers orders can be left for the checking of baggage to destination from hotels and residences. J. B. HUTCHINSON. J. R. WOOD, General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent. Chesapeake & Ohio By. TlirouprU tlie Grainiest Scenery of America, All Trains Vestll.uled. lilectrlc Lighted. Steam Heated. All Ulcals Served In Dining Cars. Station Sixth anil B Streets. Schedule in Effect May 1, 1S3S. 2:20 P. SI. DAILY. Cincinnati snd St. IVmis SpcciaL Solid trains for Cincinnati. Pullman, Sleepers to Cincinnati. Lexington. Lauisville, In- dianapolis and St. Iouis, without change. Con nection for Virginia Uot Springs. Parlor Cars, Cincinnati to Chicago. 11:10 P. M. DAILY. F. F. V. Limited. Solid train for Cincinnati. Pullman Sleepers to Cin cinnati, Lexington and Louisville, without ehnge Pullman Compartment Car to Virginia Hot Springs, without change, Tuesdays. Tho-sdays and Saturdays. Observation Car Hintcn to Cincinnati. Sleepers. Cincinnati to Chicago and St. Louis. 10:57 A. JL. EXCEPT SUNDAY. Parlor Car. Washington to Richmond and Richmond to Old Point. Only rail line via Penn. IL. F. & P., and C. & O. Railways. -20 P- JL DAILY. For Gordonsville. Char lottesville, Staunton and for Richmond, daily, except Sunday. Reservation and ticket? at Chesapeake and, Ohio offices, 513 and 1121 Pennsylvania Avenuer ,.r,ri -if the station. 71. W. FULLER. nolG-am-tf General Passenzer Agent. Southern By, (Schedule in effect May 1. 1S3S.) All trams arrive and leave Pennsylvania Pas sender Station S12 A. JL Daily, local for Danville. Char lotte and way stations at Manassas daily for Strasbur" and Harrisonburg and at Lynchburg with the" Norfolk and Westerndaily. 11-15 V. M.-Daily, the UNITED STATES FAST MIL calries Pullman Buffet Sleepera. New Yoik nnd Washington to Jacksonville, uniting at Salis bury with Pullman Sleeper for Ashevile snd Hot w,nrt N C; Knoxville, Chattanooga and Mem ,,?.?! Tcnn.. and at Charlotte with Pullmin llMoer for Augusta. Pullman Buffet Sleeper, v w York to New Orleans, uniting at Charlotte with Pullman Sleeper for Birmingham. Coa Wir!V at Lvnchburg with Chesapeake and Ohio Jlfoad fof Lexington daily except Sunday, and -vSSrS Bridge, daily: Solid train. Washing ?D nTw Orleans without change. Sunset .iillv conducted tourist excursion, through SEES? en ttS tram every Wednesday to Sos K P Uep -yhange. h .- P M.-Daily. WASHINGTON AND York to Nashville. Term., via Ashevillr. Knox .nir and ChatUnooga; w.)k totaam Phirlotte. Columbia. Mvanmnn.a jwuuu.iii:. bw York to Memphis, via Birmingham. New vSk to New Orleans, via Atlanta and Mont-Lr- Vestibuled Day Coach. Washington to vHal sSthea Bailway Dining Car. Greens- trunonvaVhington AND OHIO dk- YISION leave Vashlnston 9:01 A. JL daily . 1 :o;.pM Sunday only, for Round Hill; 4:3Z u daily except Sunday for Leesburg. and. oosp I daily for Herndon. Returning, arrive ?;"visliinKton 8:26 A. JL and 8:40 P. JL daily. AriSV JI- daily except Sunday, from Round lHU "and 7:08 A. M. daily except Sunday froth Herndon. and 8:34 A. M. daily except Sunday frin addltion'to above trains, all of whUh step at Dunn Loring (Army station), following trainj leave Washington for Dunn Loring proper: 3:01 leave ".- M 3nd 3:2o p. JI. daily, and vao i M Sundays only. Returning, arrive at Washington 10:20 A. JL. 12:45 P. M. and 6:35 v M daily and S:C0 P. JL Sundays only. Through trains from the South arrive at Wash- -ington 6:42 A. M.. 2:20 P. M. and 9:35 P. JL Harrisonburg, 12 noon daily except Sunday, and 9:35 P- M. daily, and 8-30 A. M. daily frora Charlottesville .... Tickets, sleeping car reservation ana informa tion luroished at offices. 705 15th st. ow., 511 Pennsylvania ave.. and at Pcnnsylvaria RailroaJ Passenger Statio". FRANK S. G NNON, Third Vice Pr'sldent aaa General Manager. 3. M CFLP. Traffic Jlanagtr. W. A? TITtK. Cenciat Pis'enger Agent. L. 8. BROWN. Gen. Agt.. Pass. Depot. SaErSuTE5 5V--Sfij taJar tnjs.