THE LIMES, WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 189a
F n i
WANTEDA good coloicd tnrbfr; a settled man
prtfend. Applv at MARINE BARRACKS, or
717 Sth st. se. y; It
WANTED A lwy, about 16 or 17 years of age, lor
" cigar store; must briny references. COl 1-2.
10th st. nvc. It
WANTED Good white barber. G03 4 1-2 t. tw.
"WANTED Coorcd boy to push sd. cart. 712 D
St. nw. It
WANTED 2 first-class coat makers. Apply 41S
11th st. nw. It
WANTED White boy, 11 to 16 years of age. to
go to country. Apply to L. I. B., CIS Nf J.
kve.. after 5 p. m., until Friday. It
WANTED Rov for dycimr-'-and cleaning- estab.
- lishment; Vce us for work. BUSINESS BUR
EAU. 71S 12ih mv. It
WANTED Hoi el night clerk; ycung nisn of gjod
address; neat penman; references. Address
HOTEL, this office. - It
WANTEI G white waiters; 20 per mo.; iojm
and lard; at once; todav. DICK'S HOTEL
ApENLY, 613 7th st. It
WIANTED Colored oyrtcr ttabbtr and shuc&cr;
26 aivl beard; for hotel; at once; todaj.
DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY, C13 7th St. It
WANTED At or.ee, whits boy to lea n barber
trade. 010 13th nw. It-cm
WANTED First-class wrrkmsn; stoves, etc
ARMSTRONG. 1S0G tOlh nw. lt-;ra
WANTED Oyster shucker and cook; mm; whiter
sober; reference. ODELL, 11th St. uhaif.
WANTED Half-groun colored boy for housework.
1 1015 L st. nw. l.-tni
WANTED-3 carpenters at I45S Columbia road.
Mt. Pira-ant. It-em
WANTED Man as first-class oyttcr cook; no ether
," need apply. Call 300 4 1-2 st- sw. It-em
WANTED A RO.1 furnace and stove hand. Aivly
W. L. GAUY, 1910 14th tU nw. It-cm
WANTED FiVman; fell to grocery trade. Ad-
d rs MANILLA, Uiis office. sc20 3t-cm
WANTED Young man, well acquainted, to join
- me in sale of mineral waters; mut have som;
experience; no capital required. MINERAL, tiis
WANTED Reliable men to tack advertising
. signs; $15 weakly and expenses; snd 10c f.r
postage; samples, etc. KOLA CHEMICAL CO..
24S9 N. Colorado st-. Philadelphia, Pa. It-em
WANTED If vou want work of any kind, call at
EXCHANGE BUREAU, 700 13th st. sc20 3t
WANTED A first-class juperhanger; at once.
, Apply to 1103 Park Place ne. seiOSt
WANTED Boy; experienced at polishing and
platirg; also machinist. KANKAKEE BICY
CLE FACTORY, CS7 Mas;, ave. se20-3t
WANTED Young man to do housepainting and
one to do papcrhanging. 512 13th st. n.
WANTED COO colcred laborers for railroad at $1
e- jer day; regular wcrk for one car. Apply
DICK'S AGENCY. 013 7th st. ' se20-3t
WANTED Cooks, waiters, boys, drivers, lalwr
m ers, porters, stablemen, watchmen, dhh
wasiiers, CITY INTELUGENCE OFFICE, 427
11th st. nw. sel9-3t
WANTED 2 good canvassers in an established
paint business. Call on J. BROOKS, 42C 5th
st. n-; basement eel7-7t-cm
HELP WAXTED FEMALE.
WANTED A well recommended white girl to
do general hout-ettork, in tinall family cf 4;
must I a good cook. Call at 1303 B st. sw.
WANTED 3 fint-clas cxperienc d pants makers.
Room 12, 410 7th st. nw. It
WANTED 12 white paint cleaners and scrultbers,
m for hotels; at once; todav. DICK'S HOTEL
AGENCY. 613 7th st, ' It
WANTED 2 hand-; must have workid on ladis'
or gents' coats lefore. Apply F. FAUST, S27
14th st. se21-3t
WANTED Immediately; a girl, about 15, to take
care nf infant; one with experience and ref
erence desired. Call at 816 C fit. nw. It
WANTED Coir red womsn, one with no ftm ly,
5 wishes to wcrk in a grocery store; om with
fair education prefened. Call 237 3d it. tw. It
WANTED Housekeeper, cook, nurse, and clnm-
bcrmaid; hotels and private families; at
once. Ul'SINESS BUREAU. 71S 12th nw. It
tJANTED Cvk. wages $15; chambermaid. $10;
lialf frrown girl to assUt. 108G 19th St. nw.
WANTED A German girl to cook, wa-Ji and
iron. Apply 021 E st, nw. af21-3t
WANTED Colored chambermaid and seamstress;
' $14; also a competent cook; small family. 014
18th st. nw. " It
WANTED Whit"' girl or woman for general
hoHewo'k. $14; no laundrv; private familv.
014 18th st. nw. " It"
WANTED W cite girl; German preferred; to
w nurse infant and assist in light housework.
Apply 411 15th st. nw. It-cm
WkNTED White girl in small family for house-
work, and to assist with 2 children; no wash
ing. 211 Delaware ave. ne. It-cm
WANTED A neat girl to do light chambjr work
and nurse 1-aby. 125 Ind. ave. nw. It-em
WANTED A young ldy to learn the manicure
business; one speakisg trench preferred; ief
erences. MME. PAYX, 703 15th it, nw.
VANTED A good reliable woman to cook, wash
and iron; go nome nights; bring reference.
1113 0th nw. se20-3t-cm
WANTED Expert skirt hand. 1325 l2(i st. nw.
- AIRS. DURPHEY. It-cm
WANTED White girl for
gocd cook; no washing.
22 Q st. ne. se20-3t
WANTED White and colored cooks, chamber
maids, nurses, waitresses, etc; new places
daily. EXCHANGE BUREAU, 703 13th st.
WANTED At once, experienced white nurse for
child year old; give full particulars and ref
erences; t'.ue age, and wages wanted. Address
A. Z. S.. this otfice. el9-3t-cm
WANTED A white girl tJ curse child one year
old; reference required. Apply at 140 Co
lumbia Road, Columbia Heights. s:19-3t-em
WANTED A girl who understand? cooking. Ad-
dress 1164 20th st. nw. sel9-3t-em
WANTED 2 women; cook and laundress; also
girl to nurse a large child. 1702 1-2 10th st.
WANTED White girl to do cooking and "washing
. in small family; references required. Applv
1024 Sth nw. se!9-3t-em
WANTED At City Intelligence Office. genral
houseworkers, cooks, chambermaids, room
cleaners, laundresses seamstresses, and girls.
SHACKLEFORD'S, 427 11th st. nw. s;19-3t
WANTED Settled colored woman as cook in
, small boarding-house; bring city ref?. 940
N. Y. ave. nw. " sel9-3t
WANTED A white woman to cook, wash, and
iron. Call at 1S20 9th st. nw., after 5 p. m.
WANTED A white girl to assist in wa-hing and
ironing and general housework. Apply at
1S27 14th st. nw. "jse9-3t
WANTED Young white woman for general
lioufeworkcr; wages 1S; small family. 611
13th sU nw. sel9-3t
WANTED Colored nurse for child. $14; colored
cook, ?15; colored chambermaid, 35; family
of 3. 014 13th st. nw. -vl!-3t
WANTED Colored general houseworkcr; ?15
wages; 2 in family; must be good plain cook:
614 13th st. nw. se!9-3t
WANTED White cook. SIS; chamlwrmaid and
seamstress, $16; waitress, $1S; private family.
CI4 13th st. nw. scl9-3t"
WANTED Gentleman desires lessons in Spanish
from native of Spain. Address ESPANOL,
this office. st21-3t
SOUTHERN AGENCY Cooks, chambermaids
clerks, waiters, bartenders; all help furnished
free 306 G st. nw. sc20-3t
WANTED I have Iiad the handling of horses aU
- my life, as superintendent and my own;
would like to have charge of stable as superin
tendent or foreman; best of references. Address
G. D. R., 832 E st. ne. sc21-3t
WANTED Respectable white man wants work of
anv kind for his board and lodging. Ad
dress CUMBERLAND,, this office. It
WANTED Situation by a young man who has
had 10 years experience in the meat and
provision business. Address II. B. 2, this office.
"WANTED Patent Office dra-vings to make at
1.50 per sheet. Address DRAUGHTSMAN,
this office. lt-:m
EXTRA WAITING We are always awaiting your
call to help out, either for one meal, day,
or week; fullv experienced in all kinds of wait
ing. Address THE EXTRA WAITERS, 1504 L st.
nw. or 1002 I st. nw. sc20-3t
WANTED By colored man, place as nrst-claa
coachman; ref. 122 4th nw. sel9-3t-cm
WANTED Situation in drug store, by youth 16
years of age; to learn the business; salary
immaterial. Address DRUG, this office.
'WANTED By young man, position as stenogra
"pher snd typewriter; ref. given. Addresj
730 10th st. nw. sel9-3t
WANTED-sByo'oung colored girl, place aa nurse
or for light housework. 1113 8th st. nw. It
WANTED By a readable colored woman, a
place as cook and laundress. 1113 15th st. mv.
WANTED Dy elderly woman, a good heme; will
ing to make herself ueful; 5 per mo. 171'J
13th st. nw. It
WANTED A situation paying from ?40 to $50
per month; will give $50 to any one sicur.
ing it for me. Address A. J. 2, this office. It
WANTED By en expeiicnccd young lady, a sit-
lf!ifirin i mftTc in !tiiifli rnim nr nlnr A3
chamlwnr.aid;" good references. 17 Sth it, se.
WANTED By young lady, work in printing of
fice; experienced folder, stitcher, etc.; can
feed press- AddrcssA. L.. this office. se21-3t,
WANTED By lady, Europe, would like posi
tion as ciitter and fitter, 'head in establish
ment; suits, coats,' furs. Address BOX 51, this
WANTED By young lady, position as assistant
Iwokkecper; knowledge cf stenography and
typcuriting; best ref. K. S., this office.
WANTED By colored lady, place to do general
housework. 423 N. J. ave. nw. It-cm
WANTED By 2 girl', places to do general house
work, or chamber work. 909 12th st. nw.
WANTED Place to do day work by the day or
cook; small family. Please call 232 R st. nw.
WANTED By excellent white girl, situation in
private family "to cook and do general house
work, without washing or ironing; refs. Addre b
INDUSTRY, ihis office. ' se20-3t
WANTED Southern lady xwould take charge of
household; children; companion; refs. Ad
dress MOTHER Q. D.. this office. sc20-3t
WANTED By 2 colored girls, places to work
morning and evening; waiters, chambermaids.
620 10th nw. sel9-3t-em
WANTED Young lady would like any kind of
respectable employment; has had experience
in office. Address BOX 81, this office. s!l9-3t-cm
WANTED 2 gocd milliners would like situations.
TEBO, 92S K st nw. sel9-3t-cm
WANTED Washing to do at home. 1C39 New
Jersey ave. nw. se!9 3t-cm
WANTED By intelligent colored girl, place as
chamliermaid, nurse, or to work around
house: ref. 1712 10th nw. icl9-3t-cm
V ANTED A CEXTS,
"THE CONFLICT WITH SPAIN." by Henry F.
Keenan; the only genuine historj' of the war;
over COO pages; over 150 illustrations; authentic,
accurate, official, complete; of thrilling interest;
outfit now ready; agents wanted; liberal terms.
P. W. ZIEGLER & CO., 21 Locust st. Philadel
phia, Pa. sell,14,lS,21.25,2S,oc2 5
WANTED Agents; an article that can be sold in
every home and a gord profit realized. Call
at 937 La. ave. It-em
WANTED Furnished rocm near Aqueduct Brid c;
heat, gas, and bath; very light housekeep na
preferred. Address, with price, ARMY, this of
WANTED By young lady, room, with hc-at and
gasr state whether furnished or unfurnisheJ;
terms, $5 per nunth. Address MISS G., this of
WANTED Furnished room, with privileges; no
questions asked; will pay $10 per month. Ad
dress R. E. C. this office. It
WANTED 3 or 4 rooms; light hciiitkeeping; for
3 adults; terms moderate. Address J. II. IC,
this office. se21-3t
WANTED-iThrce or four rooms, unfurnished, 2
squares E. Capitol; must lie reasonable. Ad
dress D. B. M., th:s office. It
WANTED 3 nice unfurnished rooms on second
floor for I. h. k.; must be reasonable. Ad
dress II. O. F., this office. s;20-3t-em
WANTED Comfortable home for own ue; with
improvements; about S or 10 rooms; north
west preferred; state location and particulars
fully. Addres I. II. L.. this office. ?e20-3t
WANTED By single gentleman, a fur. room In
refined private family ia northwest section;
Mount Pleasant preferred. Address BOX 33, this
WANTED Three rooms for light housekeeping;
with heat; not over $15; for 3 adults; north
west preferred. Address A. M. D., this office.
WANTED Three or four rooms for light house
keeping by man and wife; rent not to ex
ceed "15 per month; to include heat light and
gas for cooking. Address N. V;, this office.
WAXTED ROOMS AXD HOARD.
WANTED Room and board in private family;
all conveniences and modern house reply
must state terms for one or two. Address BOX
93, this office. lt
FOR EXCHANGE High-class dental work for
board and room; highest refs. given; north
west preferred. Address DENTIST, this office.
WANTED A modem, 6 or 7-room brick house,
with bath; in good location; price not to ex
ceed $1,500. Address M, Second Auditor's Of
WANTED By Oct 15, in nw., house of S or 9
rooms; in gocd repair; modern improve
ments; no basement; rent not over $25.50. Ad
dress ADULTS, this office. It
WANTED Strictly modern S-room house, in good
location; betwei-fl 9th and 15th and L and S
sts.; rent about $30; family of adults. Address
PROMPT PAY. this office. sf20 3t
WANTED Store and dwelling suitable for whole
sale liquor; Cattle goods); corner preferred.
S. S., this office. sel9-3t-em
WANTED A modern 0-room brick house, with
bath; must abut a public alley; send par
ticulars; name lowest cash price. 1009 Sth nw.
WANTED COr XTRY .PROPERTY.
WANTED-To'rcnt or leasemall farm of from
five to ten acres, with dwelling, etc, within
eight miles of city, on electric or steam road; or
will exchange fine residence and large lot, near
Mount Pleasant, for same"; Address W. K. W.,
t'nis office. C21-Gt
WANTED 2 -ladies or gents, room and board,
$3.50 per week. 1G37 Marion St. nw. sc21-3t
WANTED A bargain in a second-hand bicycle.
Apply, after 7 p. m., HENRY KNOCH, 6G0 E
st. nc. se20-3t
WANTED Show cases and wall cases, for small
store. Address SHOW CASES, this office.
WANTED 3 per cent war bond, allotments.
FULTON It GORDON, Atlantic Bldg. sc21 3t
WANTED Standard sewing machine; state price
and condition. Address X. T. W.. this office.
WANTED Second-hand show window; cheap;
give particulars. Address A. M. 2., this of
WAXTED By an experienced teacher, piano pu
pils; terms, $1 per .month. Address TEACH
ER, this office. au20-3t-em
WANTED At SINCLAIR'S. 620 La. ave., 50
wardrobes, furniture of all kinds, groceries,
coffee mils, scales, showcases, for spot cash;
regular sales every Tuesday; consignment re
ceived to hour of sale. se20-3t
WANTED Gocd. light second-hand trap; cheap
for cash. Call 1533 North Capitol st se20-3t
WANTED A second-hand ircn safe; medium size;
must bo cheap. Address R. M. C, this office.
WANTED Desk room in patent attorney's of
fice, by young man. Address, slating price
and particulars. PRE. EX., this office.
WANTED Customers for pure Alderney milk at
5c per qt. Address ALDERNEY, this office.
PRINTING Best work for least money; cards,
envelopes, noteheads, statements, 500, 75c;
"Work delivered when promised." HAYS, 216 F
HIGHEST CASH PRICES paid for second-hand
clothing, firearms and musical instruments.
905 D sf. nw.; call or drop postal. Jy2S-tf-em
WANTED To buy or sell, machinery of all de
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; also old
Iron, brass, copper, lead, zinc, books and paper
stock, for ihich I par highest market prices. H.
BERNHEIMER. 930 C st nw. mi 8 tf-em
FOR. RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT A quiet couple, willing to pay $20
or 25 fcr nice accommodations, 2 or 3 pret
tily fur. or unfur. rooms; housekeeping allowed.
Call at 1128 6th st. nw. j;e21-3t
FOR RENT 3 large, newly papired communicat
ing rooms, on first or second floor, with mod
ern improvements; very cheap to neat couple.
720 4 th st. ne. se21-3t
FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms; may housekeip.
1417 T st. nw. sc21-3t
FOR RENT One large front 2d floor room; luw
oak furniture; two bay windows; corner
house; price $12. 1119 U st nw. sc21-3t
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms, with
board. Apply to 511 L st nw. It
FOR RENT Two com. 2d story rooms; bath,
heat, gas; 'suitable for gentlemen. 1109 13th
st. nw. se21-3t
FOR KENT In elegant new house: newly fur.;
2d floor, south front, $15; rear, ?10; one
good 1st floor room, 12; references. 221 E st
FOR RENT Four rooms and bath, partly fur
nished; use of cellar and yard; heated by fur
nace; one square from cars. Call, after 0 p. m.,
21 M st. nw. ae21-3t
FOR RENT 2 fur. or unfur. rooms: a. m. i.; ?3
per week; one, $2. 1C37 Marion st. nw.
FOR RENT 3 rooms on 2d floor for housekeeping.
64 C st. nw.; call at once. se21-3t
FOR RENT 2 nicely fur. rooms, with bath, a.
in. i.; home comfort. Ill 7th st se. se21-3t
FOR RENT 40t M st. nw., small private fam
ily having fine modern house, 1st and 2d
floor rooms with board, $40 per month, for two;
single, $20. sc21-3t
FOR RENT 2 large rooms, 2d floor; heat and
bath; rent $10; no children. 49 K st. ne.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, with a
small family. Apply 922 N st. nw.
FOR RENT Furnished, large, newly-furnished
and papered; 2d floor; south front; bay-window
room; excellent table boaid. 1015 L st. nw.
FOR RENT Nicely fnruished or unfurnished
rooms, from $4 to $S per month. Ill D st.
FOR RUNT 2 neatly fur. rooms; bay window;
front; for 3 gentlemen; board and washing;
$17 a mo. 505 E st. sw. It-em
FOR RENT Men will find nicely furnished front
rooms at 221 D st. nw.; $5 per mo.
FOR RENT To a gentleman; neatly-fur. back
room, 3d floor, for $5 per month. 1223 S:h
st nw. s;20-3t
FOR RENT Parlor floor, three roams; furnished';
two rooms second floor; three rooms thirst
floor. 323 East Capitol st. se20-3t
FOR RENT Three unfur. rooms on 2d floor;
wiUi bath and heat; ?8. COl L St. ne. se20-3t
FOR RENT Three communicating rooms; fur.
or unfur. 1231 E st nw. sc20St
FOR RENT Nicely-fur. large rooms, $5, $6, and
$7 per month; bath; gas. 301 C st nw.
FOR RENT Three unfur rooms on 3d floor for
light housekeeping; heat and light; $3. 927
L st. nw. se20-3t
FOR RENT Nicely-fur. or unfur. rooir on 2d
floor. 203 G st. nw. se20-3t
FOR RENT Three roc.m for light houekccp;ng;
fur. or unfur. NATIONAL ROOM-RENTING
AGENCY, 1200 G st. nw. W0-3t
FOR RENT 503 L nw., 2 newly-fur., roams; pan
try; closet room; mod. conveniences.
FOR RENT 91S N. Y. ave. nw., nicely-fur.
rooms; from $5 up. scl9-3t-em
FOR RENT 1211 13th st;' newly-and" nicely-fur.'
rooms, with or without board; moderate
rates: gentlemen cnly. sel9-7t
FOR RENT Choice of two roims; fur. or unfur.;
2d floor; in private family; "ctrnvenieiit to -2
lines of cars; very cheap to desirable tenants.
COl 3d st ne. sel9-3t
FOR RENT Two front rooms; fur. complete for
housekeeping; water same floor; a. m. i.
120C st nw. ' "' sel9-3t
FOR RENT 803 0th rt nw.; fine fur. rooms, by
the dav, week, or month; charges reasonable.
selU-3t " -,,.-,
FOIt RENT Furnished rooms; $1.50, $2V $2.50
per week; modern conveniences; for gentle
men onlv. 502 10th st. nw. scl6-7t
FOR RENT Large, well ventilated rooms; bath;
heat; all conveniences; new furniture; brass
bed; central location. 410 6th st nw. au29-lroo
FOR RENT FLATS.
FOR RENT A flat of foHrVroon, -wiHf 1ath,
sink, gas meter; references required. Apply
to JANITOR, 2G20 K st nw.; rent $12.
sc20-3t-em -- h , ..-
FOR IlEjXT STOREAXD DWELLIXfi.
FOR RENT Store and dwelling at 1134 7th st.
nw.; $25 per mo. Inquire at TAILOR'S,
STORE, next dcor. se20-3t-cm
FOR RENT STORES.
FOR RENT French plate show window, store
and dwelling of 8 rooms; bath; in a first,
class business locality; on the corner of a street
car junction, running back to a 10-fcot alley;
rent reasonable to a responsible tenant. 409 G
st. nw. i , . It -
FOR RENT Store, with fixtures; first-class
stand for grocery or oyster business. Address
M. A. M.. this office. . s.e20-3t
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
iiren lun.iia run mutr at special prices,
with privilege of purchase; call and try one.
NEWMAN'S, 611 7th. se8-lmo-cm
5-cent cigar on the market; advantage to the
consumer, our packing them 25 in a box at 75c
NATIONAL CIGAR FACTORY, 1011 Pa. ave.
FIRST-CLASS CATERING ESTABLISHMENT;
meals served at residences; price reasonable.
1113 15th st. nw. se20-3t
FURNACES CLEANED OUT, $1; latrobes, $1;
ranges, 75c; repairs furnished at lowest
prices; repairing and painting roofs, galvanized
gutters and spouts, 10c per foot; 35 years' ex
perience; orders by postal. W. B. MARCHE,
305 E Capitol st se20-3t
LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY, formerly of 711
5th st. nw., has removed to 435 I st. nw.,
where we will be pleased to see old customers;
prices, 30c and 40c per pair; no lime; satisfac
tion guaranteed; mail promptly attended to.
NOTICE TO PARENTS Mothers can have their
children nursed, lest food provided, called
for and returned in evening; price $5 per month
HOME NURSERY, this office. sel9-3r-cm
PIANO AND ORGAN LESSONS. 25 cents a lesson
MISS TENLON, 722 5th ne. sel9-7t-em
BAD BILLS and claims collected or no charge.
H. D. GORDON, Attorney, 1335 F st nw.;
SHORTHAND Improved method; experienced
teachers; day and evening; $3 per month;
private instruction also given. 80S 17th st nw.
SHELDON'S DANCING ACADEMY, naw optn for
the season; call cr send for circulirs; all the
latest dances. 1004 F st. si-17-l f-em
DETECTIVE SERVICE Object accomplished or
no charge; watching, shadowing, evidence es
pecially; consultation free; confidential. 119 2d
WANTED All kinds of upholstering done St resi
dence in exchange for all kinds of second-hand
goods. Address UPHOLSTERER, 612 E st nw.;
nocash required. au27-27t
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
Printing 500 cards, 75c; 500 envelopes, 75c; GOO
noteheads, 75c, 500 statements, 75c; binding mag
azines, 50c; miscellaneous books rebound. G. E.
WILLIAMS. 015 7th st nw. fe3-tf
ICE CREAM Special; pure and delicious; 70c
per gallon. LACEY'S, 607 N. Y. ave. nw.
FOR SALE PIANOS.
FOR SALE A good square piano, $30 cash; $40
on time, is 3d st se. sc20-3t
FOR SALE A suburban family, about to break
up housekeeping, will sell stylish 7 l-3-oclav&
square piano, overstrung, that originally cost
$350, for a sacrifice, viz: $85; free delivered
in city; easy payments if desired, and nearly new
stool thrown in; piano is in good order, Address
P. O. BOX 11, Linden, Md. seCD-3t
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR' SALE 2 lots at Bon Air, Va., 3 miles from
Washington; will sell cheap, or would ex
change for small grocery or other small business.
Address BON AIR, this office. 8el9-3t-em
LOST AXD FOUND.
LOST On the 19th inst, a Pa. R. R'. ticket to
Wilmington, Del.; reward if returned to 120
C st. nw. -It-em
FOUND Ice Cream A No. 1; absolutely pure; none
better; 90c per gallon; bricks, $1." LACEY'S,
607 N. Y. ave. iy23-U-em
FOR RENT UX FURNISHED ROOMS.
FOR RENT Large unfurnished parlors and
small room adjoining; suitable for light busi
ness; near. Palais Royal. 73 llth st. Se21-3l
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rotms, for l'ght hoiue.
keeping; heat, gas, and lath. 18.1. 9th st.
iw. v 6u21-3t
FOR RENT 133 F st? iw., unfur., 3 large 1st or
2d floor rooms; hot and cold water in same.
WANTED To rent 2 unfur. roonu, in nw.; rent
about $8. Addresj 'YOUNG COUPLE, this
office -. s.21-3t
FOR RENT 2 or 3 beautiful unfur. rooms. 1 t
and gas for cooking, light; private bath. 234
G st. ne. ' be21-3t
FOR RENT Unfurishcd rooms in a private fam
ily; convenient neighborhood. 13)2 ltiggi it
nw. ' . s:2I-3t
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, suitable for
light housekeeping; heat, gas and bath, at
1314 Uth st. n w. 20-3t-cm
FOR RENT 2 nice unfurnished rooms and hall
room, 2d floor, suituble light housekeeping;
heat, gas and bath, $12. 103 Sth ne. It tin
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms, :M Hoar; suit
able for light housekeeping. 711 ith st. n
FOR RENT Three room.; 2d floor; gas, balh,
and heat; $15; 2 rooms and hall room, heat
and gas, $10. 121 D st ne. se20-3t
FOR RENT Three large unfur. communicating
rooms; newly papered and desirable; 2d floor;
bath, heat, and gas. lift K st nw. se20-3t
FOR RENT Two communicating rooms on 2d
floor; light and aiiy; very ftasonablc rent
322 4 1-2 St. nw. se20-3t
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms for housekecp.
ing; references. 407 N. Y. ave. sel9-3t-cm
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms; gas and
heat; hot and cold water. 17 4th st. se.
ROOMS AXD BOARD.
FOR RENT Large front parlor, $3 week; 2d
st. front, $2.50; other rooms, $1, $1.50; board.
$3.50 week. THE HAYDEN, 15 and 17 E s,t
ROOMS AND BOARD SCO K st.-nw., neatly" fur.
rooms; large and small; with good Iraard;
central; terms moderate. se20-3i-em
ROOMS AND BOARD-713 K st nw., fur" or un
fur. rcoms; back or front; with board; gen
tlemen prefe.Ted. se20-3t-era
FOR, RENT Do you 'want elegant rooms, steam
,. heated, single or en suite; with good board.
Call at 1017 12th st nw. sel9-3t-era
PENSION FRANCA1SE Room and board. 1804 H
st. nw. se!9-3t-cm
TOR RENT Beautiful second story front room;
furnished; balcony and bay window; also
other desirable rooms and home comfort 951
Mass. ave. nw. sel9-3t
ROOMS AND BOARD Plea-ant, bright, 2d-story
room for 2 gents; home cooking. 805 Mt. Ver
non Place. sel7-0t-em
FOR RENT Two beautiful front and back com
municating third story rooms; furnished or
unfurnished; with or without board; in a private
family of three adults; with bath, heat and gas;
lovely location. 1533 10th st nw. sel7-7t
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms with table
board. 912 I st. nw. sell-7t-tm
FOR RENT At Takoma Park, store and dwell
ing; concreted cellar; shelves, and counters;
stable; population. 1,500, and only one grocery;
fine chance. M. B. MILLER, Takoma, D. C.
se21-0t f 1
FOR SALE A good paying small photo gallery
in this city; vervUlap for cadi; no agmts
wanted. Address GALLERY, this office. ic21-3t
FOR SALE Home-made bread business; 150
loaves per day guaranteed; price, $150. Ad'
dress BAKER, this Qfflcc. It
FOR SALE Co-al yard, saw mill, cng-.ne, boiler,
splitter, scales, shed; office, etc. cost $2,50J;
price, $1,200. FULTON lit GORDON, Atlantic
Hide. ' s:21-3t
WANTED Pool tables for spot cash. FULTON
R. GORDON. Atlantic Bldg. se21-3t
FOR SALE BlackRenilh1-shop; fully equipped:
monthly receipts, $100 to $150; price, $175.
FULTON II. GORDON; Atlantic Bldg. sJ!l-3t
FOR SALE Milk route, horse, and wagon; IS
gallon, trade. FIXTQN It GORDON, Atlan
tic Bldg. -""- ;t3 --' se21-3t
FOR SALE Wholesale liquor license.
R. GORDON, Atlantic Bldg.
FOR SALE Oroeery"toresn nw.;i.ne.-jind se-;
ranging from $150 to $1.500;'our choice of
anv of them at great fergains; secure our list.
NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS, 100J F st.
nw. , se21-3t
FOR SALE Qigir andpews stand; will be sold
at a sac-ifice. if sold this week; rent only
$10; clearing $2.50 per dan. NEW YORK BUSI
NESS BROKERS, 1000 F st nw. sc21-3t
FOR SALE Dining room; old, established pay
ing business; completely equipped, doing a
large business; will sell at a sacrifice, as ownr
retiring; price, $350. NEW YORK BUSINESS
BROKERS, 1006 F st nw. se21-3t
rOR SALE Pool room outfit; two Brunswick
Balkc tables; in good condition; ca c, counters,
chairs, etc.; license, insurance on tables; all c m
nlete. $200. 1703 Pa. ave. se21-3t
FOR SALE VERY FINE GROCERY One of the
best; average business, $1,500 month; will sell
cheap. COMMERCIAL, 510 F st. nw. s;21-3t
FOR SALE The cheapest grocery store in the
citv; the finest store room on the best street.
Address B. QUICK, this clfiec. se21-3t
TOR SALE Corner grocery at your price; my
husband having position away; fine cash
business; I (a woman) 'cannot attend to bunness.
200 C St. nw. se21-3t
WANTED To buy milk route, wagon, horse, fix
tures. BOX 92, this office. se20-3t-cm
FOR SALE Established oyster business; good
trade; gocd reasons for selling. BOX 90, this
office. se20 3t-cm
WANTED If you want to sell your business
without publicity, call and see us. EX
CHANGE STATION, Room 3, Pacific Building.
FOR SALE Saloons In .all parts of the citr.
EXCHANGE STATION, Room 3, Pacific
WANTED We have cash customers for drug
stores, grocery stores, cigar storps, etc. Call
and see us. Room 3, Pacific Building. se20-3t
FOR SALE Cigars, confectionery, etc.; fur.
room; fine location; lady or gent; rent $S;
price $200; no agents. ' 319 4 1-2 St. sw. se20-7t
FOR SALE Grocery; ' northwest; dwelling at
tached; clean stock; low rent; price $3S5;
clearing $80 month. DUNLAP, 906 F st. se20-3t
FOR SALE Dairy lunchroom; down town; busi
ness section; price $175; low rent; sales $22
day. DUNLAP, 900 F st. se20-3t
FOR SALE Well-located corner grocery; profit
able trade; bargain if sold at once; fine brick
house: rent low; retiring from business. Address
GROCERY, this office. scl9-3t-em
WANTED Young marrwill invest few hundred
dollars in paying, legitimate business; state
business and capital required; no attention to
agents. S. J. R., this office. sel9-3t-cm
GENTLEMEN can get the up-to-date hair cut for
15c, or 12 shaves for $1; first-class work guaran
teed. Tonsorial Parlor, 13th and G sts. nw.;
SAMUEL V. LEECH, Proprietor. sel9-3t
FOR SALE Dining rocm, neat and clean, doing
a business of $33 per day; will sell for less
than cost; one month's rent paid in advance. Ad
dress EXTRA, this office. se!9-3t-em
WANTED Caterer to take nice dining-room and
kitchen in exchange for board; also two nice
office rooms. 1st floor, 703 13th st nw. sel9-3t
FOR. SALE A first-class saloon, doing good busi
ness, on Pa. ave. nw.; cheap for cash; no
agents. Address A. S.. this office. sel8-7t
FOU SALE Well-equipped coal yard; line of
guoa cusiuiners; owner uannui uueuu iu it.
22S 3d st. sw. scl7-Ct
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE My beautiful new home in the north
west; near the departments; 11 very large
rooms; suitable for entertaining; large tile bath;
best plumbing; hot and cold water in bedrooms;
25 feet front; over 32,000 sq. ft. in lot; large, at
tractive back yard; only ?12,S0O. Address X. Y-,
Z., this office. 1 sel9-3t-em
FOR SALE Three elegant bargains; northwest;
one corner, $1,500; one $5,750; one $4,300.
Applv at once. JUNIUS J. PITTMAN, Atlantic
FOR SALE HORSES AND VEHICLES
FOR SxVLE Buggy and harness; cheap for cab.
J. WELLS, Cth and A sts. se. se21-3t
FOR SALE OR RENT Hotel buss, at your own
reasonable price. MEYERS, 815 llth st. nw.
FOR SALE 5 horses and mares; from $20 up;
good workers; one Hamblctonian, 15 1-2
hands high; kind and gentle to harness; no
reasonable offer refused. 1009 10th st nw.
FOR SALE One black horse, young and sound.
85 R st nw. se21-3t
FOR SALE Family surrey; reasonable. Apply 41
' G st. nw. ' se20-3t-em
FOR SALE Pony, cart, and harness. 725 Va.
ave. se. se20-3t
FOR SALE A quiet, gentle lady's driving horse
and phaeton buggy; no reasonable offer re
fused. Call at 1417 12th st. ne. se20-3t
FOR SALE Rear of 1518 L st. nw.; 1 coupelet
2 canopy-top surreys, 1 phaeton, 3 good
horses; coupe, surrey, and buggy harness. scl9-7t
FOR KALE AND REXT HOUSES.
Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer,
917 F Street N. W.
PfiTr BJ TV VADTIIUrPCT
3rl5 n f "h Q. It.tl. --l : A, 61 AAA
., Wf , . W4 Mrflll 4I1U U. ilia ia IHWJ-piWW
3127 to 3033 O, Sr, bath and a. m. i. (each). 3,500
"w io aiu isum, er, uatn ana a m t icaenj. ,
1425 fth, fh, Or 3,000
:uiu l, i h, 6r, large porch 1,700
339 N, b h. G rand bath $2,800
624 L, b. h., 6 r.. bath, a. m. i.. for 2,500
18 10th. b h. 4r and back building 2,700
S42 and 344 M, f h. 5r each, stable (both).. 2,500
301 K, f h. store and dwelling, 5r $3,500
727 16th st.. f h. n r -i.fim
113G 5th st, b h, 2 storic3, 2 rooms 1,400
20 O st, t li. 4 r. 1,000
ww lutn st, lb, C r 1,000
criTTTTiir i cr
208 A, b h. llr, bath and a m I $10,000
io . j. ave., once, n-r. Data; a. m. l. Y.uuu
Intersection of Virginia ave. and I sts.,
5,574 sq. ft. of ground, with improve-
mrnll. rnnflnc frr ftJO n mnntli A fWVl
119 to 147 N. O. ave., b". h's, Cr, a. "m.'Y.i
(pinM r. Km
433to 139 2d," b "h's." 0 r,'a"m"V'(Vach)!!!! 5500
jsu ii, i n, or, oain anu a m l... 4,zou
335 P cf lli-tV ctn-n t- ti-Illn O ilnrlu " (Wl
321 and 323 D. b h's. Cr naeh. n m' WrarhV HMIKl
415 L, f h, 0 r 1,600
111 Jl st, f h, 5 r. 1,500
ii34 r. j ave. r h, 4r 1,500
FOR RENT STORES
Str, 013 Pa. ave $175 00
Str. and dug, 2012 14th st. nw.. llr 50 00
Str. and dwg., 1921 E st. and 439 20th st
nw.. 10 rooms dfi rm
Str. and dwg., 810 12th st. nw., 8 r 40 00
nan, m noor, u luin at nw. 35 00
Str. and dwg., 1529 7th st nw., 5 room!.. 33 Oo
Stn and dwiT.- ftftS T.q nv O rnnma Qn m
Str. and dwg., 401 K st ne.,'open, 7 rooms! 25 00
oir. unu wg., 1H2 ,tn st. nw., 4 r.... 20 30
Str. and dug., 5th and K sts. ne., 4 r 20 00
Storeroom anrt T mnm r.na r . ,.a ni. on nn
Str. and dwg., 201 M st sw., 4 rooms..."" 20 00
oir. ym cig.. sni 7th st nw 18 00
Str. and dwtr.. 1200 nl iw k mnm.. i on
Storeroom, 224 H nw. 18 00
IKU 4th st nw., 0 rooms 18 50
Store and cellar, 227 G st. nw. 15 00
1013 lOtll Kt. nw. T l-me Kl JS
619 I ne., 7 raw ""'"""."""""". 16 SO
"' 'in nw., o rms... lo an
Call for semi-monthly Bulletins.
FOR RE.NT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Well located dwellings; brick. No.
1112 9th st. nw., 9 rooms and bath, $35; and
brick. No. 714 llth st. nw., 8 rooms and bath,
$35; and brick. No. 723 10th st. nw., 11 rooms
and bath, $35; also brick. No. 114 3d st. nw., 7
rooms and bath. $23; and brick. No. 1241 6th st.
nw., 0 rooms and bath, $20; and brick. No. 940
Florida ave. nw., 6 rooms and bath, $16; others
from $75 per month down. ALBERT F- FOX,
920 F" st nw. se21-7t
FOR RENT Small dwellings, ne. and se.; bay
window, brick. No. S09 3d sU se., 7 rooma.
liath and cellar, $25; bay window brick, No. 703
12th st. ne., 6 rooms and bath, $20; and store
and duelling. No. 1200 ild. ave. ne., 6 rooms,
$25? also frame. No. 31S 1st st. se., 6 rooms.
lath, and stable, $18.50; and frame, No. 503 C
ft ne., 0 rooms, $15; and brick. No. 121S Linden
place.-ne. 6 rooms and bath, $13; and brick. No.
28 Fenton place ne., 6 rooms, $11. ALBERT F.
FOX, 020 F st nw. se21-7t
FOIL. RENT Brookland; S-rocm cottage, bath,
all conveniences; large lot, shade, porches,
etc.. $18. -
0-room cottage, fine corner lot; all convene.
lences, $15. ROLAND C. BOOTH, 10th and G
sts. nw. se21-3t
FOR RENT Four new bricks, 6 rooni3, all con
veniences; three squares from Librarv, $17.10.
ROLAND C. BOOTH. 10th and G nw. se21-7t
FOR RENT No. 15 L nw., 9 rooms and cellar;
wide hall; hct water and range on each floor;
for 2 families.; $27. W. F. NASH, 122 M.
qiVJJENT Premise No. 1010 6th st nw.; S
rooms; large yard; centrally located: rent
$20.' --1. r se20-3t
FOR RENT Home, store and stable; cheap; in
the nw. Inquire at KERN'S, 329 7th st. ne.
FOR RENT No. 003 C st sw., two-story presi
brick; 6 rooms; water and gas; $13.30 per
month. J. T. WEST, 713 15th st. nw. sel6-3t
Cll Md. ave., ne., 14 rms.; hot water
heat $45 75
5221 F st. nv., 7 rms.; bath; a. m. i.... 27 50
1922 3d st. nw.; 7 rms.; bath; a. m. i.. 22 50
1019 6th st ne.; 6 rms.; bath; a. m. i.. 16 50
Brookland, S rms.; cellar; stable IS 00
Call at office for full list.
COLLINS & G ADDIS,
?el3-tf 511 llth st nw. Telephone 1666.
FOR RENT Only $18 per month; 8-rosm brick
house; a. m. i.; near Mt Pleasant and
Soldier's Home, on Brightwood ave. car line.
Apply S. P. SHOEMAKER, 920 F st nw.
FOR SALE If you want 1 to 5 acres for country
home, convenient to town, on B. & O., and
on monthly payments, call to see me. GEORGE
X. WALKER. Owner. Hyattsville, Md. se20-3l
FOR SALE SUPURIJAX.
FOR SALE 500 acres of valuable land in North
Carolina; 200 acres; suitable for stock
farming and growing fine hay and grain; 300
nprM nf vnlnlili tlmlMr nalr notnr- nnti !.;?-
ory. tr further particulars address N. M. 1 HI L,
administrator. Pittsboro. N. C. sel7-6l
FOR SALE 26 3-4 acres of land on the south side
of Conduit Road, adjoining the Cabin John
Bridge property; has a beautiful view of the
PotomacJtivcr and is a very desirable site for a
first-class roadhouse or hotel; will sell at a low
figure and on easy terms. WALTER H. ACKER.
704 llth st nw. sel5-7t
FOR SALE Washington Heights, Conn. ave. car
line, overlooking city; built for a home by
one of our best contractors; 10 rooms; large, light
cellar, with laundry; roorra beautifully decorated;
tile bath, porcelain tub, Roman brick tile roof;
stone base, and wide parking in front; only
$7,900; part cash; this is $1,100 below prce. Ad
dress W. A., this office. sel9-3f-em
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE First-class huckster's outfit, con ist
ing of horse, wagon, harness, license, and
measures; or will sell horse separate. 1231 O
st. ne. , se21-3t
FOR SALE Patent fence; something new; for
town and city yards; will sell the patent right
for the United States for $300. NEW YORK
BUSINESS BROKERS, 1006 F St. nw. se21-3t
FOR SALE Splendid thoroughbred English mas
tiff pup; 5 months old. " Address BOX 135,
Falls Church, Va. sel-3t
FOR SALE Dentist's lathe, engine, vulcanizir;
tools. 607 F nw., front room, 1st floor, Wed
nesday. 5 o'clock. It-em
FOR SALE A bunch-leg beagle hound; also a
50-cgg incubator; both $12. 510 Sth st. se.
FOR SALE Antique furniture; rugs, bric-a-brac,
lace curtains, etc. Address ANTIQUE,
this office. se20-3t
FOR SALE Second-hand clothing; shot guns; re
volvers; musical instruments; watches and
jewclrv; bought, sold, and exchanged. JULIUS
COHEN. 1104 th st. nw. sezu-ut
SALE K. of P. uniform; new; cheap,
FOR SALE Magnificent-shape rubber plant; 8
vears old: or will exchange for a piece of fur-
nitu're. RUBBER- PLANT, this office. sel9-3t-em
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, 1 bedroom suite, ex
tension table, marble-top sideboard. 6 chairs,
and folding bed;, must be sold by Wednesday.
501 N. J. ave. nw. sel9 3t
FOR SALE A 25c bor of MILBURN'S MALARIA
Capsules will cure any case of malaria, chills,
and fever; trial size, 10c; at druggists. N. B.
The trial size alone will convince you of thcii
FOR SALE Books on poultry, pigeons, dog3, and
pet stock, etc.; also parrots, canaries, dogs
and pets of all kinds; incubators and brooders.
SCHMID'S BIRD STORE, 712J2th st nw. au21-tf
OLD CCOUNTSOF LONG STANDING Bad bills,
claims of all kinds collected or NO CUARCE.
LAW COLLECTING CO., Room 5. 0C6 F st.
FOR SALE Good quality opaque shades, fitted
to vour windows, only 25 cents, the best
quality "oil opaqce shades, 50 cents; good quality
floor oilcloth 20c and 25c square yard; laid free
by experts; will call with samples. KLEE
BLATT'S. llth and II sts. ne. au21-tf
AUSTIN'S AND SPRATT'S DOG CAKES; Glover's
dog medicines; pamphlet on dog and bird
diseases free; birds mounted by expert taxider
mists. SCHMID'S BIRD STORE, 712 12ih st. mr.
FOR SALE 2.03 for 6-ft. extension table:
lounges,. $2.50; refrigerators and gasoline
stoves, parlor and bedroom suites; $1 per week;
cheap; cash and credit REDMOND, 313 7th st.
FOR SALE BICYCLES.
RIDERS, ATTENTION! We arc closing out our
entire stpek below cost; new and slightly
used wheels; Columbia, Eclipse, Sterling, Rjm
bler, Keating, Crescent, Eagle, Keystone, and
the World. Wo arc also offering bargains in
high-grade lamps; single-tube tires, mechanically
put on, $1.50 apiece; bicycles bought outright
NEW YORK--CYCLE CO., 434 0th st. nw.
Washington & Great Falls
Only Direct Route to Glen Echo
and Historic Cabin John
On and after August 24 cars will leave Union
Station. 30th and Prospect ave.. West Washington,
(terminus of the Metropolitan and Capital Trac-
" company lines), as follows:
.,, oj iiuuuics, irom a:ou a. m. io o- "-.
EjMy 2P minutes, from 8:20 A. M. to 2 P. M.
Every J5 minutes, from S P. M. to 9:30 P. "
fcvery 30 minutes, from 9:30 P. M. to 11:50
Returning leave Cabin John Bridge and Glen
Ever? 30 minutes, from 6:20 A. M. to 8:50 A.M.
Every 20 minutes, from 8:50 A. M. to 2:30 P.M.
Every 15 minutes, from 2:30 P. M. to 10 P. M.
Ever? 30 minutes, from 10 P. M. to 12 P. M.
Or oftener. as traffij demand.
mr 21-tf p. n. FOWLER. Supt
Korfoiji and Washington
Steam boat Co
Every day in the year for Fortress Mon-
TO Jm.rJV V. . T 1 lt !..
South, by the superb, powerful steel palace
Reamers. "Newport News," "Norfolk," and
"aamiigion," en the following schedule:
Leave Washington .. 6:30 P. M.
LcayS Alexandria 7:00 P. M.
Arrive Fort Monroe 7:00 A. M.
Arrive Norfolk ....8:00 A- H.
Arrive Portsmouth 8:15 A. M.
T n NORTHBOUND.
Leave Portsmouth 5:00 P. M.
Leave Norfolk ...5:15 P. M.
Leave Fort Monroe "" '. 6:45 P. M.
Arrive Alexandria 6:30 A. M.
Arrive Washington 7:00 A. M.
Visitor to Charaberlln'g new hotel, "The
Hygeia," and Virginia Beach will find this
the most attractive route, insuring a com-
fortable night's reBt
' Large and luxurious rooms, heated by
"earn and fitted throughout with elec
' We lights. Dining-room senrice is a la
" carte, and is supplied from the best that
the markets of Washington and Norfolk
Tickets on rale it U. S. Express Office.
817 Pennsylvania avenue; 513. 619, 1421
Pennsylvania avenue; B. & O. ticket office,
corner Fifteenth street and New York ave-
Hue. and on board steamers, where time
" table, map, etc., can also be had.
Any other information desired will bt
furnished en application to the undersigned
" at the co.npany's wharf, foot of Seventh
" street, Washington. D. C. Telephone No.
' 7. JOHN CALLAHAN.
Queen of Sum mer Trips.
Boston by Sea. Providenca by Sei
Merchants and Miners'
Steamer Baltimore to Boston every TUESDAY,
THURSDAY AND SUNDAY at 4 p. m.
Steamer Baltimore to Providence, every MON
DAY and SATURDAY, at 4 p. m.
For tour books and further infDrmation address
C. R. CILLINCHAM. Agent, Long Dock, Baltn..
Md., or 619. Sr. 1J21 Pa. ave.; N. Y. ave. and
15th st: 15th and C sts.; 6th and B sit. Wash..
D. C. .
J. C. WHITNEY. W. P. TURNER.
Traffic Manager. Gen'I Pass. Agent
M ami r c-s.
0desi In age ; longest located:
Regular graduate two schools ;
Authorised by the District Government to treat
Ail diseases of the Nose. Throat, and Lungs, Hearr,
erves, Brain, BloJd, Skin. Slomach, Kidneys, and
Bladder. Night Losses, Ecual Weakness, and all
Special Diseases or either sex. Stricture, Varicocele
and Hydrocele cured without cutting o- operation.
:No pain- No loss of time. A prompt and per
manent cure guaranteed. Syphilis (any stage) cured
for life w itliout mercury or po'ish. J o espouire.
M ED I C I NESFU R WISHED.
Daily Office Hours-10 to 1 anA 3 to 6. Sunday
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 8
p. m.; Sunday, 2 to 4 p. m. seS-lm
HEDUCEDI REDUCED t
His Rcviings to
Ladies. 25c. Gents. 50c
Oldest established Clairvoyant, tells you business,
love affairs, family troubles; about lawsuits, di
vorres or anything you wish to know; brings sep
arated together: causes speedy marriages; re
moves family troubles; bad luck spells, or mys
terious feelings; 10 to 10 daily. 4S3 U st. iw.
MME. PERRIN, Scientific Palmist. Card Reader,
and Clairvoyant. Y"ur destiny revealsd with
wonderful accuracy. 506 5th st. nw. sell-Ht
DIVORCES and alimony obtained; no charge to
ladies. Address LAWYER, this office.
I KNOW a simple, infallible prevention of female
irregularity; no medicines; no instruments;
1 tested years; proven sure; harmless; costless;
strictest commence; no numuuggerv; bant refer
ences. MRS. G. W. M., BOX 305, City P. O.
Medium and card reader. Washington's most
famous Clairvoyant and Palmist Consult her on
business, love and family affairs; reunites the
separated; removes spells; causes speedy mar
riages and gives good luck. Open dally. German
spoken; 25c and 50c 929 II st. nw. se20-7t
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS,
you v st. n. "v.
Gold fillings and bridge wcrk a rpeclalty, at
the lowest price; amalgam fillings, 50c; full sett
of teeth on plates. $5; extracting, either by gal
nr local spray, absolutely painless, 50c; with
out, 25c; all work done by experts and guar
anteed the best; open on Sundays from 10 to 3
ARE YOU GOING to Winter here? One of the
features of the city is our splendid suits
and overcoats, tailor made, worn a little, at a
price that will make your hair grow. JUSTH'S
OLD STAND, 619 D st. nw. se20-7t
Mrs. DR. RENNEB.,
In obstetrics, gold medal awarded for the eclenc
of obstetrics f'om the University of Munich, Ba
varia, treats succesfully woman's complication!
and irregularities; private sanitarium for ladies,
before and during confinement. Infants adopted.
Office hours, 3 to 6 p. m. 619 Pa. e. nw.. Metro
polltan Block. Washington. D. C lel0-tf
MME. DAYI5, 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.
EXPERT SPECIALIST fn the cure of all prfvata
diseases. Hydrocele, Varicocele, Stricture. Ira
potency and Syphilitic Diseases positively cured.
Advice and Consultation Free. Both Sexes.
Hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 0; Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday Evenings, 7 to S.
ill2 H" Street Nortlivvest.
(Clored Sunday.) mh30-tt
FOR SALE TYPEWRITER.
FOR SALE A new $100 Barlock typewriter fir
35. NEWMAN'S TYPEWRITER OFFICE,
Gil 7th st. nw. se20-3t
FOR SALE Yost typewriter for $25; worth 50.
NEWMAN'S AGENCY, 611 7th st. s:20-3c
FOR HIRE Fine saddle and driving horses, bug
'gies, surreys, traps, and daytons, at reason
able rates; cheapest rates in city to drummers.
PRESTON'S STABLES, 8th and I st3. nw.; phone
Mount Vernon Railway.
From Station, ia 1-2 St. nrnl Fa. Ave.
In Effect 3Iay 1, 1808.
Pa. lUvanil. W..V .. A.Wl T.flC 7.'4
ex.; 8:00, 8:35, 8:59. 10:00, 11:00, 11:45 A. M.;
;uj; ex.; jz:zu, juo, i:4D, z:vo, ex.; j:uj ex..
:25, 3:59. ex.; 4:15 ex.; 4:50, 5:05. 5:20. ex.;"
HO, 6:05, ex.; 6:30, 7:06; 7:30, 3:00, 9:00. 10:0c.
1:20, 11:59 P. M.
For Alexandria (Sundays). 7:4. C.45, 0:45.
):30, 11:15 A. M.; 12:00 noon. 12:45, 1:30, 2:13,
:00. 3:45, 4:30. 5:15, 0:00, 6:45, 7:30, 8:15. 9:00,
):00, 11-20 P. M.
For Mount Vernon (week days). 8:30, 8:08.
1:00, 11:00 A. M., 12:05, 1:15, 2:05, 3:00, 39,
:06. 9:00 P. M.
For Mount Vrmnn ritnilml T-JS O-IK A M
12:00 noon, 2:15, 3:45, C:45 and" 9 P. M."
cur Arlington-ana Aqueduct Bridge (weeK
days). 8:C0. 8:50. in-on iml ii-m x t u.fVL
12:20. 1:15. 2:05. 3:00. 3:23. 4:15. 5:20. Srttf.
:0ff and 8:00 P. M.
For Arlington and AnitMfupf TlrMr fSunfT-iv
7:45. 8:45. 9:45, 10:30. 11:15 A. M., 12:00 noon,
12:45, 1:30. 2:15, 3:00, 3:45, 4:20. 5:05. 6:C0.
6:45, 7:30. 8:15 P. M.
Runs to Payne Station only.
Parcels carried on all trains. Baggage checked.
STATION CORNER OF SLXTH AND B STREETS.
7:50 A. M. WEEK DAYS. PITTSBURG EX
PRESS. Parlor and Dining Cars Harriaburg to
10:50 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED. Pull-
mtn Sleeping, Dining, Smoking, and Observa
tion Cars Harrisburg to Chicago, Cincinnati.
Indianapolis, St. Louis, Cleveland, and. Toledo
Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisburg.
1050 A. M. FAST LINE. Pullman Buffet Parlor
i-ar to Harrisburg. Buffet Parlor Car Harria
hurg to Pittsburg.
3:30 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX-
ricub. Sleeping Car Washington to St- Louis,
and Sleeping and Dining Cars Harrisburg to
St. Louis, Nashville (via Cincinnati), and Chi
cago. 20 P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS. Pullman Sleep
ing Car to Pittsburg. Chicago, and Haniaburs
to Cleveland. Dining Car to Chicago.
7:20 P. M. SOUTH-1VESTERN EXPRESS. Pull-
man Sleeping Cars Washington to Piltaburi
and Harrisburg to St. Louis and Cincinnati.
10:40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS. Pullman
3iciJing v,ar to fittsburg.
7:50 A. M. for Kane, Canandaigua. Rochester,
and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday.
10:50 A. M. for Elmira and Renovo daily, ex
cept Sunday. For Williamspcrt, daUy, 3:33 f
7:20 P. M. for Wniiamsport, Rochester. Erie. Bo!-
law. ana nugnra Falls tiaily, except Saturday,
with Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester.
10:40 P. M. for Erie, Canandaigua, Rochester.
Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily. Pullman
Bleeping Car Washington to Rochester Satur
For Philadelphia, NeTT- York, and
4:00 P. M. "CONGRESSIONAL LBmED,"
daily; all Parlor Cars, with Dining Cur from
Baltimore. Regular at 7:00 (Dining Car), 8:00.
9.00. 10:00 (Dining Car), and 11:0V (Dining
Car from Wilmington) A. M., 12:45, 3:15, 4r2tl
(Dining Car from Baltimore), 6:50. 10:00. asd
11:50 P. M. On Sundav, 7:C0 (Dining Car),
8:00. 9:00. 11:00 (Dining Car from WflmiLgton)
A. M., 12:15. 3:15. 4:20 (Dining Car from Balti
more). 6:50. 10:00, and 11:50 P. M. Far
Philadelphia only. Fast Express 7:50 A. M.
week-days. Express. 12:13 P. M- week-days,
2:01 and 5:40 P. M. daily.
Fcr Boston, without change. 7:50 A. M. week
days, and 4:20 P. M. daily.
For Baltimore. 6:20. 7:00, 7:50, 8:00. 9:00. 10:00.
10:50. 11.00 A. JL. 12:15, 12:45. 12:53. 2:01,
3:15, 3:30. (4:00 Limited). 4:20, 4:39, 5:40. 6:13,
6:50. 7:20, 10-CO. 10:40, 11:15, and 11:50 P. M.
On Sundav. 7:00. 8.00. 0:00. 9:05, 10:50. lT-.OO
. M., 12-15. 1:13. 2:01. 3:15. 3:30. (4a-Lira--
ited). 4:20. 5:40. 6:15, 6:50, 7:20, 10:00, 10:40,
and 11:50 P. M.
For Pope's Creek Line, 7:50 A. iL and 4:33 P. M.
week-d2ys. Sundays. 9:05 A. M.
For Aiyiaro'K 7:00, 9:00 A. M., 12:15 and 5:Jtl
P. ji. dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9:03
A. M. and 5:40 V. XL
Express for Florida and points en Atlantic Ceast
Line. 4-30 A M.. 3:46 P. M. daily; Richmond
only. 10-57 A. M. week-days; Atlanta Special,
via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line, 4;40 P.
M. daily Accommodation for Quantico, 7:43
A. M. dailr and 4:25 P. M. week-days.
For Atlantic City (via Delaware River Bridge,
all-rail route), 3:15 (4:00 "Congressional Lim
ited") P. 31. daily, 12:45 P. M. week-days
(through Pullman Buffalo Parlor Car); 11:00 A.
M. Sundavs only. Via Market Street Wharf.
10:00 and 11:00 A. M., 12:15 P. M. week-days,
11:50 P. M. daily.
For Cape May. 10:00. 11:00 A. M. wtek-dayr,
11:50 P. M. daily.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and O Streets.
and at the station. Sixth and B Streets.- where- -
orders can be left for the checking of baggaga
to destination from hotels and residences.
J. . HUTCHINSON. J. R. WOOD.
General Manager. General Passenger Agent-
& Ohio By.
Throngh the Grandest Scenery of
America, All Train Ventibnled,
Electric Lljruted, Stenm Heated,
All MealH Served In Dlnlnjr Cora.
Station Sixth and B Streets.
Schedule In Effect May 1, 1S93.
2:20 P. M. DAILY". Cincinnati and Su Lauil
SileciaL Solid trains for Cincinnati- Pullman
Sleeper to Cincinnati. Lexington, Louisville, In
dianapolis and St. Louis, without change. Con
nection for Virginia Hot Springs- Pailcr Cars,
Cincinnati to Chicago- .... .
11:10 P. M. DAILY. F. F. V. Limited. Solid
train for Cincinnati Pullman Sleepera to Cin
cinnati, Lexington, and Louisville, without
change Pullman Sleeping Car to Virginia Hot
Springs, without change, daily, except Sunday.
Observation Car Hinton to Cincinnati. Sleepers
Cincinnati to Chicago and St. Louis.
10:57 A. M.. EXCEPT SUNDAY.-Parlor Car.
Washington to Ilichmond. and Richmond to Old
Point. Only rail line via Penn. B-, F. & I., and
2:20 P. M. DAILY For Gordonsnlle. Char
lottesvile," Staunton, and for Richmond, daily,
Reservation and tickets at Chesapeake and
Ohio offices, 513 and 1421 Pennsylvania Avemi?,
and at the station.
H- W. FULLER.
nolG-am-tt General Passenger Agent.
(Schedule in effect May 1, 1S9S.)
All trams arrive and leave Pennsylvania Pav
MS AM--Dally. local for Danville. Char
lotte and way stations connects at Manassas diily
for strasbunr and Harrisonburg, and at Lynch
i.. ."! the Norfolk and Western daily.
11-13 A M--Daily. the UNITED STATES FAST
M UL. carries Pullman Buffet Sleepers, New York
,nil Washington to Jacksonville, uniting at Silis-
7,!rr with Pullman Sleeper for Ashe-nlle and Hot
f N C; Knoxville. Chattanooga and Mem-
S-. Tenn. and at Charlotte with Pullman
iwpcr for' Augusta. Pullman Buffet Sleeper.
vLVYoric to New Orleans, muting at Charlotta
im, Pullman Sleeper for Birmingham. Con-
m at Lynchburg with Chesapeake and Ohio
Eiiroad for Lexington daily except Sunday, and
S3 Bridge, daily; Solid train Washingtoa
r Xp Orleans without change. Sunset person-
,nv conducted tourist excursion, through sleeper
this train every Wednesday to San Francisco
W!PAU P CbSL-Local for Front Royal. Strasbarg
a itarri'onburg. daily, except Sunday. .
aldo p M?-D.iily, local for Charlottesville.
.l P M -Daily. WASHINGTON AND
cnimVESTKRN. VESTIBULED LIMITED, com
S0LT Pulta-sn Vcstibuled Sleepers, Dining
li ,nH Day Coaches. Pullman Sleepers, New
Sa" tn Nashville. Tenn., via AsheviUe, Knox
viluTand Chattanooga; New York to Tampa, 'via
Slntte Columbia. Savannah and Jacksonville;
York to Memphis, via Birmingham, New
$e 1, ta New Orleans, via Atlanta and Mont-,-l-
Vcstibuled Day Coach. Washington to
uSnta' Southern Railway Dining Car, Greens-
HAs0ONQ1CWAiinNGTON AND OHIO DI
VISION leave Washington 9:01 A. M. daily, 1
p v and 4:45 P. M. daily except Sunday, and
.-oMi M Sunday only, for Round Hill; 4:32 P.
M daily except Sunday for Leesburg, and 6:23
M "dailr for Herndon. Returning, arrive at
ua5hin4on S:2fl A. M. and 8:40 P. M. daily, and
"4- P M Uaily except Sunday, from Round
tfm and 7:06 A. M. daily except Sunday from
HerotaS; and 8:34 A. M. daily except Sunday
frThroMhb trains frm the South arrive at Wash
ington 6:42 A. M., 2:20 P. M. and 9:35 P. M.
Harrisonburg. 12 noon daily, except Sunday, and
9:33 P. 1L daily, and 8:30 A. M. doily from
Charlottesville. . -
Tickets, sleeping car reservation and informa
tion furnished at offices. 703 15th st- nw.. SIX
Pennsylvania ave., and at Pennsylvania Railroad
FRANK S. GANNON, Third Vice President and
J. M. GULP. Traffic Manager.
W. A. TURK. General Passenger Agent.
L. S. BROWN. Gen. Act- Pass. Dept.
VALUABLE STOCK: will exchange for good pi
ano. Address STOCK, this office. " aelMa
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