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THE WASimFGPrOl 'TIMES, OTKDAX, r&JPEIL lU, lS'9'5.
IS WOR&H VICT1HIZED. Mm & Wheeler JSJcs a Suit -Acalnst the "Wire of Her Grandson. Mrs H3ln 8 Wbcelor, of No. 28 Grant Iiaoe Morlbwcst, says lier -grandEon's wlf', Caroline Wheeler, has wrongfully cot a sfl to berjiroparty "where Uiey live, 1 aua filie wants the Jecd the made to thtm . reformed, so as to show the true intent with which he made It. For that pur pose hue brought suit yesterday. In the toil she states that come time ago su allowed her grandson, JohuH. Wheeler, a printer, and family, to move Into lior house at No. 104 Firth street aiortbeast, upon n agreement that Uiey were to pay $20 a raotrth Tent, and to put the house in gnod repair Afterward his wife Caroline ask'-d her to make them a deed of the plaoe, but ahe refused. Mr? Winkler, liovwrv-er, continued very aTf"cUoii8te and very attentive to her frraitdoMHHT's waiR, and finally induced ht-T to sjgrtt i paper which rtie -was told was roeftdy an oasomrat allowing the famflv to Twins 'ooaft in ovct an adjoining VJ(mt lot belonging to Mrs. Wheeler. Bt ng old and acsroely able to read and wnt ele yielded to her .grand-daughter's importunities without understanding ex actly "What: "she was -doing. The instru ment was sigBed en March 2 Jafit. On March 27 the discovered .that It was a deed in Twt hergrand-asng'htereeroin the oiftrol of her ImsTmnd. TOh tasked with tin deceit the younger have gwrar.toed to lier irrandmother the 1 rent A $20 & month, "hat sbe could "never J be iuductd to pat this statement In "writing, TESTIHGTiTE TUNNEL. Major Knight Will -Soon Commence to In vestigate Its Usefulness. The $25,000 available Tor the expenses of testing The bennel from the 'distributing reservoir to the new reservoir will be com menced to be expended very-s'beTtly. MaJ. Knight, who has charge df the work on tho tunnel siHoe -the 1st, siayalJintjinia rations are now being mado to begin operations. In brief , "be aeecifbaa tiie Jiroeess thus It is Dron-osed to diubp oat the tunnel, then close the -rtrafts, lilt the-rann(3l "with water, tb ii empty it and make air examinationi At pwsetgt it is doubt Jul wiistber ;any' part of te 3$aoe of the uiunel Is linden a presatise oZ more than 21 or 22 pounds to Uk Mionre ioto. When ifille with water, after dosing the shafts, the maxi mum pressure to wbiob It wHl b subjected will be 76 potnids bailie tms re Inch. The n suits noted after the -experiments ab ve an to be Tepefied to Congress. It is verv liiwly that what is now reported will -j De iinai, mat earner wie pregeci win ue abandmiodorthe UinHeLnmde todothe work for which it was intended." There have been several adverse reports onthe question bat a practical tost such as that outlined 1 Maj EHigbt wBl be wortfc ton thousand tin1 ri"s la taw meanwhfle the raising of tle flam is the omergeBcy werk whidi will. it is claimed, give ail the relief needed untilH C ngtaG tabes aaotber baadlntlie water- j sui)lly agitation. q e & BiiMer Hornlnc Chimes. The joy bells wiHriHg-ot.at Metropolitan M E. Church, corner of C and Tour and a Half tres -northwest, and an ap pn.prie inagnme will lioJpaj'ed upon tin flntneb this mornirg by 1'iof. Jamos E. Gibson, cbimer. v Vwosity for twobotties in erne, 'food as s liilatins, respectuig xasrves-suid. brain. Clir Xaiider'B tliree Tlrglifia cUareth. not bradv, iMvtcc Sflutable, blood sonriching. His owa Tltinia port, 1891. "Wholesale st re, S09 Seveath street. AUCTION SALES. "Will Be Sold at Our Auction Stables 2 Ilth St. N. W. Saturday, April 13 10 o'clock. This stock is shipped direct from Maryland, Pennsylvania, andVIrcinia, ami -every one of j them "wtU bo soid for oho high dollar. "Don't 1 fail to attend this sale, as you wilhget good Etock, suitable for all business, and every bone Will be guarantood asTepresentod. Some ood DRAUGHT 31ULES will bo In tho lot MACRATH & KEN NELLY, Auctioneers. M. B. LATIMER & CO., General Auctioneers and Appraisers, SELL EVERYTHING. SEAL ESTATE, LEGAL AND GOVERNMENT SALES, AXD SALES AT PRIVATE EESI DEKCES. HOTELS, AC, A SPECIALTT. ANY -COMMUNICATION ADDRESSED TO 1419 GSTJtBET WILLEECBIVE rROMPT AT TENT10N. 3UB; lATTMER & CO., Auctioneers, Xte of Latimer & Sloan. M. B. LATIMER, IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT IN T53E FIELD AGAIN. The uodarslgnea would respectfully la form Ills friends and the citizens of "Wash ington general'y tliat be is again in the fir id, and proposes to conduct a general am ion business, make appraisements and ltttcntones of personal yffectsrpf every description, and for the present any com munication addressed to him at No. 1410 G e.ret wilt receive prompt attention Itespecttuily, H B LATIMER, Late of Latimer & Sloan. PROP OS AXS. PEOrOSALSFOEICE.rUEL.POEAGE and for Washing Towels War Depart ment, Supply Division. Washington, D. C , April 18, 1895. Sealed proposals, In du plicate, subject to usual conditions, will be received here until 2 o'clock p m , THURS DAY, iiAY0.1895.at which time Uiey will be opened, for furnishing Ice, reel, and rorag'. and for Washing Towels, for the War Department, its Bureaus and Offices, during fiscal year ending Juno 30, 189G. Blank forms of proposals, showing items and csUowU'd quantity of ice, fuel and f rage required, also estimated number of t wele to be washed, will be furnisheil on application The ice, fuel (coal and wood), and forage to be delivered at the War De partment, Bureaus or Offices, in "Washing t a, for which required, in such quantities and at Mioh times as the convenience of the Department may require Proposals for wasuiug towels should state price per en zen Proposals must be on blank forms f urnlsbod by the Department, and securely inclosed in sealed envelopes indorsed on outside, Proposals for lee," "Proposals f r Fuel," "Proposals for Forage," "Pro p sals for Washing Towel6," respectively, and aOdiesecd to M K THOBP, Chief of 6upp: Division al3,14,20,21,27,mG-Ct PROPOSALS TOR STATIONERY AND mi8ceSaneou8 supplies. War Depart mnt. Supply Division, Washington, D. ( . April 13. 1695 Sealed proposals, in djnlicate. subject to usual conditions, will be received here until 2 o'clock p. nx, THURSDAY. MAY 9. 1695, at which time thy will be opeued. for furnishing sta tiuiu-ry and miscellaneous supplies (con Eistiug of Brooms. Brushes. Soaps, Towels, etc t. for the WTar Departemnt and its bu reaus and offices during fiscal year end iug June 30. 1896. Blank forms ofpropos ais showing items and -estimated quantities of stationery and miscellaneous supplies required will be furnished on application. Proposals must bo on blank forms fur nished by the department, and securely en closed in sealed envelopes, indorsed on out 6lfle of envelopes. "'Proposals for stattdn ery." and "Proposals for miscellaneous supplies." respectively, and addressed to M R. THORP. Chief of Supply Division. al3.14.20,21.27.&m0 FOR BENT HOUSES, In the following list houses for rent are classified by price, thus enabling personslooklngforhousesto see at a glance what they can obtain suitable to their means, savlncthem time and the annoyance of havingrto read ad- Vertlsements of houses, the rents of 1 1 "which are either too hlch or too low 57- 310 K st. aa; 5-rm. frama -E. It. HA1G1IT, 1M0P at. nif. ES.S0 Tout (ist.-estoni3edae,Crs. TIElbKELL S: McLEItAN,1003 P sfnw. S8.S0 57 31 st. sir.; 5 rooms, water. F. J. D1EUDOXNE, 8.50-5103 K nw . 7e DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 Fan S9.00 CIS Sheridan st. nw.; 5-rm brick. DAVID D. -STOAE.E0C1' st aw. 59.30329 l no 4ra tra. DEEBLE, DAVIS &'CO 13191" st nw. 'B.50 2223 Pomeroy court, 4 rs ; -nntor. Jl.L.HDST,C03l4that $101204 Ward Court nw.. Cr., water (coL). 510 30-OS Snow's Court, hot 24th ana 23th and IandKsts. nwrSr brick; good order. lATlUEE & Ki&BlT, 1204 G St . 510.50 1310 3d st.te, Btablo, lareyard. H0ADLEY3K0Sl, CX93Paw Tl 1240, 512 Tarker na, rr. E T.XAISEK,-8lOTuw. ni.30 319 JlcZean ava-sw.,5 rs. EEISlCELTi & MohEKAK, 1C03 V st nw. 512.00 418Mst-co.iCrs., bath. JAilES 'G. JESTER, "C39 P st nw. 512 502716 Poplar nw., flr. bfc. (cob. DEEBCE, DAVto -A-ca, 1319 Pnw. T12.50-11297thstso.5r brick. a T. YODE1L CI5 Est.nw. 12.50 -12 Pattprson sl im . R IffilSKELL '&A10LE1EAN, lOOSEst UTT. I 513.30 231. st -sw.,-flr. TiIGGESwb FAIKFATOnSthBtuw. iil 3407 Sherman ava nw , nr. Whitney. Ji. iu i.tE & box, 1S31 ir nw. fl 5 :837.30th, Cr nnd-cellat FEEBLE, DAVIS Jt'CO., 1313 T nw. f 15.50 12 Enw., 5r. frame. WALTElt 11. ACKER, 704 14th nw. 510.30 1S00 Thirteenth ot nwCr DIDGES Jt TaMUf AX, 701 32th st nw. tl 7.50-53 3Iyrtlnnc.,nr Gov. Pr. Oil , 6r. bth. A II. LKE A SOX, 1331 F nw. $18 llC5-1117-in9Haimrd, Colllts .Or. frame. DEEBLE DAVIS & COt, 1319 F nw. SIS H P st ne; 0 rs.: bath; i. m l. E It UAIGi.r, 1210 F st nw. 518.30 707 18th st n 3S0 tlndent na A II LEE & SON, l&ll F nw. gia&O 10 13th st uw.,5 rs., water. 11E1SEELL-& .MCLERA5T, 1003 T st nw S18.50 227 and 29 10th ne., 6r. and bath. DEBBIE, DAVIS &tX)., 3319 V nw. 1S 501032 and 1001 CSthst, Gr.-anO.Vith. GRAHAM & CAMPBELL, 017 14th st 518.50-4521 and 1231 1 st no ; C rs.: a. in. L OOLLESS ii GADUIs,l 11th st nw. Si 8-50-3512 2forth Cap. st,C rms. and bath. E. "R. 1IAIG1TT, 12101' st nw. 520 1237 Pa. ovo nw.; 2d floor, 3rs. LATIMElt A, NEsBIT, 1201 G st 5201129 ilth, 6r liaut, colored tenant BRICE LTPSCOMB, HU I4th st $20 1223 S, Cr.,bot and fold wator. E. T. EA1SEB, 10 E nw. 520.50 14S5 W,tr bath, colored tenant BUICE & LIPSCOMB, C12 14th at S21.50 SlOlstso , Cr. and bath. DEEBLE. DAVIs i CO., 1310E nw. $22.50615 East Capitol st.:Sr. Tramo. JAS. JL YORK A&ON, 90S G st nw. 522.50 ! Ma. ave. aw., llr. D1GGES & FAIRFAX, 701 12th sfnw. 22.50 1905 9th st uvr.; 9r , bath: to. L JAMES G. JESTElt, K9 Fat nw. S23.50 142UN. J. av., 7ts Bnd bath, brick, a. m. t LATIMER Jt NESBIX", 1201 G st S23.00 rs. and bath, a. m. i , F st nw. W. L WILKERSON, C33Fst nw f 23.50 103 E se , 8r., a. ml 514 1st so , 7r. and cath, a m. L DEEBLE, DAVLS & CO., 1319 F nw. $25.00 213E st ne.: Hra ,bath; m. I (April 23.) JAMES G. JESTER, G39 Pet nw. $25.00 Ast so.; 8r. nrick. JAs. 3L YORK fc SON, 90S G st nw. t2S-2 now Sr. "bricks, no., nr. Cap. &cars; a.m.L J-ilUS. wf. ilAKliiil-i.', 513 iUth nTT. 525 S-r. frame, Largo .grounds: suburban. BENJAMIN, 61251 525 Brick honso 171G Gth st nw.; 10 rs. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 920 F St nw. 525-218-215 s.na3iaVst ne ; cottages; Brs, nan try, cellar, and garret E It HAIGIIT, 1210 Fst nw. 525- -1219 S2d st 12rs & b. 1503 Meridian avo MtPSrs. DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 F st nw. 525.50301 4th st se., 8r. brick, allrn. L a T. YODER, 610 E st nw. $25.50 N. C. ave.: 9r. brown ctone. JAS. M. YORK & SON, 903 G st aw. 25.50516 1st ec, 7c, bath, a. m. L ufcjiij ws, ui v is as uu., 1B19 e nw. S25.50 303 Mass. avcae. COLLINS & GADDIS.511 II th fit nw. S27 1S31 Bth st nw., 2-story and basement brick, S rs , a. in. L C. G. BINGWALT.Room S, Atlantic Bldg. 527.50 1117 S st nw.; 8r., bath; m. L 527.50 1209 Ust nw.; Crs. and bath; recep tion balk m. 1. JAMES G JESTER, C39 Est nw. S30 425 Gth st sw., 9r brlclc, all mod; stablo. C T. YODER, G15 E Bt nw. 53 0 Brick house 203 1 2th st nw.; 8 rs. Brick house, part 803 10th st nw.; B ra. iiricK storo iai a st. nw. LOUIS P. SUOEMAKER, 920 F st nw. $3a00 310, 312 N. C. av. sa, br., both now. C. T. YODER, C15 E st nw. 530.00 Two floors. SOxCO. corner 32d aud M sts., OTer O'Donnol's drug store; flno location for pool room. J. D. SULLIVAN, 13th and G sts. nw. 130 616 N. C. ave so., 9r. frame. JAS. M. YORK & SON, 903 G st nw. $50.503313 N st nw., 9 rs. and b HEISKELL & MCLERAN, 1003 T st nw. S30.50 140 R ne., 8r., bath, kitchen on gt fl. JOHNB. WIGHT, 1110 G St $30.50-46 E nw., 7r., m. I.; 225 N. Cap. st WALTER H. ACKER, 704 ttSh nw. S3O.7O-30S 12th st nw.. Br and b. H. L. RUST, 603 14th at nw. 31.50 13S7 H st no., 3-story and collar; T rs. and fine storej toy at 1330 H st as. C. G. 1UNGWALT, Room 8, Atlantic Bldg. $32-50 2906Nnw.. lOr. nnd bath. DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 F nw. S32.50 1606 Q st nw., 7r and b.; large yards. A. H. LEE & SON, 1331 F nw. 535.00 16 and 53 Est ne; 9 ra. nndb: m. L DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO. $35.00-2 E st ne. and 140R st nw., 10 rooms A. H.LEE& SON, 1331 F nw. S35.OO-30thandLyles sts., TonnaHytowriTlS. room brick house. WM. BR1TT, Tennallytown,D. 0. $85.50-1214 .Sth i8t, con store and I dwelling. 7 rs. HEISKELL &, McLERAN, 1003 Pot nw, $35.50113 E nw., Bi; 503 N. J. aT., s, 1921 17th nw., 6r.. m. i. " WALTER H. ACKER, 704 UlhnBj $35.502729 P. 9r.,now. BIUCE J5 LLP3COMB, Sl Hta at S39-Sra. and bath, furnace, a-nxL,Gtnw, W. L WILKERSON, 633 E st nw! IpO 1337 7th st nw., storo and ceHar. , HEISKFT.Ti & ilcLERAN, 1003 F at aw, FOR RENT HOUSES. $10.00-1227 10th nw., 8 r. and stable H L. RUST, 60S 14th 8t I40-1W1 31st, 12c. frame, a. m. I. DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1SW Fjiw. '$40.50 1505-7-9J22aiiw,9r., now. 3341 U hw, llr: 125 E nw.,r. WALTER H. ACKER, TOilUhaw. fi0.75 201 Indiana avo. nw.; 8r brick. JAS. M. YORK & SONS, 008 G st nw. S12.a0 651 Md.AVo.nojllr.; m. L S42.50 653 Md. nva no.: llr.: m. 1. rCS3 JAMES G. JESTuR, 039 F st nw. 545.701707 18th nw., 9r. and bath II. L RUST, WH 14tq Bt aeft5.00 1E21 Riggs placo nw., 3-story, 12-room buu brick. A. STRAUSS.503 7th st nw. $45 1-Story brick, op. park, ceutor of city. BENJAMIN. 012 F. 501330 Corcordn st , TOr.; bath, a m.L; aldo lot GRAHAM & CAMPBELL, 017 11th st. 5501316 Princeton, CoL Heights. 12r , now. BIUCE & LU'feCOMH, C12 14tU at- S 5 2. 50 llr. brick; E. Cap nt: brick stablo. JAS M. YORK & SON, BOS G st. nw. 560 621 E Cap , 12 rs. and b , stoam boat IIEISKELL & McLERAN, 1008 F st nw. 60 3-st,llr.,n.pap &i)ta,h.w.ht,E Cap nr.Llb. EENJAMLN, CU F. f 00-1753 P, 10r., otc. E. T. KAISER, 810 F nw. f60 DeLav. & Cstne ,h'naB'mem8t.fcbr.,12r, JAS JkL YORK &S0N, 9tt G st nw. $00.75 1221 N. Y. avo, llr., bath nnd collar. II. J ItUST, UM 11th st -2310 13th st nw., 11 rs. and b IIEISKELL & MCLERAN, 100SE st nw. $75 1747 Ibth.lOr., Jb U: now: form Tent , $100. 2B0S. F, BAEUETT, 51912tU nw. 8100-1412 1 st. nw., 18 rs , 2 h. IIEISKELL & MCLERAN, 1003 F Bt nw. STORES. '$35 Storo and 9r.. a m.l., now, cor. 13th & G na UOADLEY BROS., 1)19 Fnw. S55 Brick store 91'1 D st nw. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 920 T st nw. TOR SALE HOUSES. $5091007 and 163-1 Kiamerst ne.; C-nn. frame. -AUGUST DONATE, Oil 7th nw. H.K0- -732 Sheridan st-nw.; 5-rm. brick. AUGUST DONATE, Oil 7th st nw. 2,200-20SF-8t ne;; C rs. and bath. AUGUST DONATH, 011 7th st nw. 83,5001500 cash halanco in 20 yoars will pur chase JJl.Cfeot frout, unnroed by b-room brick, nw. J. D. SULLIVAN, 13th and G sts. n,w. J3.5C0 Soven-room trick and ttoro; Tents for $20.50. J. D. SULLI VAN. 13th nnd G sts. n.w. $4,000 9th nr. R st no , G rs , b : m. I JAMES G. JEsTElt, 639 F st nw. $4, CC0 OverB,0O3 feot-of pround nw ; Improved; Tontine at SS03or jnontti. J. D. SULLIVAN, lSthandTTsts. n.w. $4,200 Five small frames and larco sido lot nw. J.D. SULLIVAN, 13th and G sts. nw. $5,000 2-story "br , lot JQxlOO r Gth and Fla. av. BENJAMLN.612F. $5,000 UoL H'chts, new.Sr., bath, ceL, turn, ht PLANT & TURPIN, 1429 N. Y. av. $6,000-2.8t br., lolSOslOO, S bt 14SJ15, easy U. BENJASnN. 615 i SB,500-9r. brick, 1000 Va avo. sw. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, !W0 F st nw. "$6,700 Q near 16th. JOHN B. WIGHT, 1 110 G st $7,000 Est. West Ecklngton. JOHN 3. WIGHT, 1110 G St $10,500 Q, Just west ofl4th. JOHNB WIGHT, 1410 Gst $11,000 Q, near 14th, with stable: JOHN B. WIGHT, 1110 Gat $15,509 Lst near 14th. It rs 2 h. L. a SMITH, 44 Ohio N. B. Bldg. 15,000 3-stl2r.brk lot 50x110, 50-Tt aL, ILLaV. BENJAMLN. 612 P. $30,000 Residence Iowa circle for 530.001 L. S. SMITE, 44 Ohio N. B. Bldg. EXCHANGE Will trade or soil 7-room houso and store, Opposlto Motions aita. raitsonablo. J. D. SULIJYAN,13th and Gsta nw. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Desirable brick dwelling; bay window; -eight rooms; bath and cellar; convenient; in the very "best condition and desirable; beautiful shade; fine yard; paved alley; best of neighborhood, noar Mass. ave. Permanont tenant wanted. Apply at 241 8th Bt. ne. al-l-2t FOR RENT Several G-room modern houses in northeast at reduced rates; sta bles and cellars. W. J. TEIZZELL. 912 7th ot. ne. al4-3t FOR RENT Corner 4th and F sts. nw., opposite Pension Office, 9-room house; m. i. Inquire G14 3d st. nw. a!4-3t TOR KENT $1850 per month; No. 721 Gth st. ne.; G rooms and bath J. n. GRAY & CO., 637 F st. nw. apl0-6t FOR RENT House No. 2204 1st. nw; 7 rooms; latrobe, irns and water. $18.50 per mo. No bath. Inquire at store cor. 22d and Inw. Good yard. a9-7td FOR RENT 7 rooms and bath mod. imp., physician to retain remalndor othouee; very desirable-location in nw.; telephone in. bouse. Call at 1715 14lh st. nw. FOR RENT No. 1335 N st. nw., 11 rooms and bath. No. 1309 14th st. nw 11 roomsandbatn. No. 1211 Q st. nw., 10 rooms and bath. No. 1G11 13th st. nw., lOtooms and bath. No. 1002 Vermont ave., 10, rooms and bath. Above bouses can bo rented at Teduced rates for tho cummf-r months. A. HEITMULLER & CO., n5-tf 1331 14th st. FOR RENT OR SALE Number of su burban homes, 5 to 17 rooms; low prico to good parties; also Colton Point Hotel. M. A. BALLINGER. 1422 Fst. nw.m31-tf FOR SALE HOUSES. FOR SALE Nos. 33, 35, 37, 39 and 41 Patterson street, half square south of cor ner of N. Capitol street and New York avenue; five new bricks, with brownstone columns and other attractive finishings. Rented $18.30 per month. Price, $2,750. $100 cash; balance $20 to $30 per month. Call or write for our map of Washington and bulletin, sent free. WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO. al4-eod-Gt 1407 F st FOR BALE 1723 P St. nw., in tlie handsome marble row. The owner has vacated, left the keys with us, and author ized us to sell at $16,000, on terms to suit WM. H. 8 AUNDERS & CO. , al4-eod-Gt 1407 F. st. 7-ROOM HOUSE, buff brick and white stone front; furnace beat; tiled bath; cabinet mantels; a. m. 1.; easy terms. FOSTER & FOSTER, Real Estate Deal ers, 611 P st. nw. rn31-cod-lm C-ROOM COTTAGE at Laugston, D. C; good lot, well and outbuildings; $1,300; easy terms. FOSTER & FOSTER, Real Estato Dealers, 611 F Bt. nw. m31-eod-lm FOR SALE House; 10 per cent, invest ment; price $1,400; yearly lease at $144. FOSTER & FOSTER, Gil F st. nw. m31-eod-lm FOR SALE DECIDED BARGAINS E? N. W. DNSTALLMENT PLAN. $50 CASH. $20 payment each month will buy tho deslrabla new brick and stone dwelling on Elm st, La DroitPark. Prico only $3,200. WESTCOTT, WH.COX & HIESTON, 1907 Pa. ave. and 6th and La. ava a p6-lm BUSLNEBS CHANCED. WANTED A competent cook or caterer to rent and run a first-class dining-room and kitchen for transient or regular boarders. The Como, 15 Grant place. al3-3 His Reason J&. Jones Why are ypur wife's Trilby feet -like 'Times want ads? Brown Give it up. , Jones They attract everybody' attention. MONEY TO LOAN. M ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE LIFE OF BORROWER INSURED For amount advanced; easy payments; about etnial to rout IX. L. GOODMAN, Ja30-3mo 003 13 h st nvr. MONEY TO LOAN, 15 and 6 percent., on District proporty. J. B. TYTMEU, Heal Estate, G08 13th St. a23-3m Money TO LOAN on city and country property, at "5 and C -per cent. DAVIDSON & DAVPDSON, ja21-3m il 18880? st. nw $1,000 TO $100,000, abi&jand G per cent.; no delay on first-clnFB'f-ccuritj. BAKER & LAMPTQJT, mr31-lm 13th and F sts. TT "MONEY TO LOAN First, trust on city property only, to be paid back in small monthly paymonts. J On $1,000, monthly paymcit... $9.31 On $2,000 monthly payment. .T 18.62 On $3,000; monthly payment,.'-. 27.93 Above payments include Interest. JAMES G. JESTER, 039 T St. n.w. Ja27-3rao OQKAA AT FIVE PER CENT. Want to tJpJ)Uvv place Immediately. BILL & JOHNSON, 1503 Penn. Avenue. MONEY TO LOAN-$1,000 TO .gipO.OOO. AT 5 "per cent, on roal estato r eenrity. No de lay. '31 B. SAUNDERS & CO., mrl5-3mos 1407 F st nr. TITO-NET TO LOAN ALT. CLASSES OF BEAL ItJL estato loans made with promptness at cur rent ratos THEMcIACHLEN 11, EsTATE AND LOAN COMPANl, corner 10th and G sts. nw. Io27-tf 5 AND 5 1-2 PER CENT. Money to loan on real estate In any sums from $1,000 to $150,000. WESCOTT, WILCOX &. HIESTON, 1907 Pa. ave. n.w. apG-lm tCr-ipNQERNINO LOANS AND INVEST KJ ments '' Read this booklet carefully before borrowing or Investing. Call nnd got a copy free. B. IL WARNER & CO , 91b V 8t nw. fc22-dmo M ONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES OF Interest on W ashlngun roal estate. J. V. . JIUiUK, fe23-tf 4505 Pa. ava. IY1 ONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNI- turo, plinos, horses, carriages, wagons, &c; ths property will romntn undkturbad, la your pos session; terms Sy; lowost rates; private oflloos, all bus!aos3 strictly -confidential; you can hav tho money tho day you apply for it; payments can bo made on the principal at any time; each payment mado will lessen tha cost of carrying the loan. Pleaso call on CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO , 602 F st nw., main floor. MOM! To loan. If you desire to borrow on roal estato como direct to my office; lntorost 5 por cent a59-3m TnoS. F. BARRETT, 519 12th St. nw. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY willlend you 920 and upward oa furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, etc; no publicity and property to roisain In your undisturbed posses sion; loaus paid in part or la full at any timo to suit tho convenience of tho borrower, and any part paid reduces tho cost of carr jlng tho loan m proportion to tho amonnt paid. , WASHING. TON MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY, 610 F st n. W. HK. FULTON'S LOAN OFFICE. 1218 PA avo. n. w. Established in 1870. Money loaned on watches, diamonds, lowelry, silvor waro, ota Special bargains in watchea, Jowclry, and silverware. f eS0-6mo MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT lowest rates of lntorost; no delay in closing transactions. O. C. GREEN, Ja25-3in TJ03 7th st nw. MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY SUMS DESIRED At 5 and 6 percent t WALTER H. ACKER, Ja24-3mo -.TOllithst nw. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL 'ESTATE AT 5 and6 per cent Loans made without delay. CHARLES. AVjHAND Y, fe24-tf .flOr73th st. nw. W.f STORAGE. c' STORAGE WITH INSURANCE. Cash advanced on gooaystore d with us. Wo sell all kinds of goous a public auc- tlon. GoodB received for storage or salo nt any timo. JOSEPH BROTHERS & CO., AUCTIONEERS, 637 LA. AVE , WHY PAY FANCY PRICES For storage to the tony uptown warehouses when you can get Just as safe storage with ub so much cheaper? Money advanced on atored goods. JOSEPH BROS., G37 LA. AVE. Wo charge for best quality MAESSPRBXG Only 75c. CRYSTALS, 10a All work guaranteed for 1 year. Specialist In Swiss and English Watches. mrl-3m A. KAHN, Watchmaker, 935 F st nw. My Offer: All customers for Watch or Clock Repair e amounting to 81 and up during the noxt thirty days shall receive ono pair of steel-framo specs wortb from 50a to $1, the same being carefully fitted to their eyes. Watch and optical depart ments of D. N. WALFORD, watch inspector B. & O. R R Co., 477 Pa. av. nw. Cloanlng, il; main spring, $1. Bring copyof this ad. SPECIAL NOTICES. ANCIENT AND ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITE: Columbia Chapter of ItoFe Groix will met at 08 1-2 Pcnnsjivaina avenue northwest Easter Sunday at G 0 p. m., and proceed "to the Chuich of Our Father for the puipofe of attending a tervice of E.ister Thanksgiving, the Ee'. Bto. A. G. Rogers, orator of this Chapter, officiating. Special fekreopt con fchdis la"e 1 een pio curcd, and Ticcmasons of all degrees are cordially invited. ROBERTCOOK.MostWiseMaster. r aprl3-2t THE ROCHDALE CO-OPERATIVE SO CIETY. Tlie "regular quarterly meeting ot tho Rochdale Co-operative Society oT the District of Columbia will be held TUES DAY EVENING, April 1G, 1895, 7 30 o'clock, at Euena Vista Hall, 719 Gth st. nw., 2d 'floor. Proposed amendments to the constitu tion will bo considered. Members will present their trade cauls at the door. By order of the executive committee. L. S. EMERY, apll-3t Secretary of the Society. NOTICE I will remove on or about the 15th Inst, from my present location tomore commodious Quarters, No. 308 10th st. nw., next to Times building, where I will be glad to rcc my mends and the public generally. W. A. PATE, hardware and harness. -flOHN C. FAY, trustee. al3-3t FOR SALE Reed's Dry Air Refriger ators for bu tellers, grocers, hotels, etc. Factory, 13th and C nw. Belt & Dver's Mill. GEO. D. REED al3-3t I WILL GUARANTEE TO CURE ANY case of tuberculosis (consumption) catarrh, or bronchitis that I undertake. No cure; no pay. Consul I. it Ion Tree. Address HUMANITY, this office. m30-lm EEMOVAL SALE. Watches, Diamonds, Clouts, Silvorwaro, &C at greatly reduced prices at TAPPAN'S Jowolry nnd Optical Store, 604 9th st n. w. Will remoe to 602 9th st nw.. May 1. mr27-lm FOR RENT ROOMS. FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT; centrally located. Apply No. 722 Eleventh street northwest. LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING Two large front rooms, second floor, furnished com plete; cooking utensils, dishes, stove, organ, gas, heat, bath; $16 par mo. SlOGthst.sw. 14 FOR RENT Two elegatit unfur. com municating rooms, second floor front, facing Judiciary Park; one square from Pension Office; large, airy, and cool; sum mer rates. 509 4th st. nw. apl4-3t FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Nicely furnished front rooms, 1st, 2d aud 3dfloors. All modern Improvements; southern eX-i posure; with or without board; terms very reasonable. 53 Mass. av. nw. al4-3t FOR RENT Unfur. Or partly fur., three very pleasant third floor rooms; attic above; new house; south front; adults only. 37 M st. nw. al4-lt FOR RENT Two or threo furnished or unfurnished roomsonsccondfloor. Suitable for light housekeeping. No children. Call evenings. 404 1st St. ne. a!4-lt FOR RENT Very desirahlerooms, ne wly furnished, pipered and painted; convenient to cars and herdics. Opposite to Ju diciary square. 50S5tli8tnw, al2-3t FOR RENT To careful, permanent man aud wife preferred, 3 unfurnished rooms; southern exposure; Scloseta, bath.Iurnace, heat; gas; range; near cable, $15. Apply 146 F ne., till Monday; then G52 L ne. al2-3t $20.001237 Pa. ave. nw. 2d floor, 3 rooms; nice order. LATIMER & NESBIT, 1204 G st. LOTS FOR SALE. A DESIRABLE corner m East Washing ton; will sell at a bargain if sold this month. Easy terms. Call or address DEAN SWIFT, 214 D Bt. nw. al2-7t MISCELLANEOUS. 35c. rLANK SHAD DINNER, 35c, at "The Genoa Cafo," No. 808 12th st. nw., Sunday, April 14, 1895, from 3 to G p. m. a!3-3t CtrpiEERE ARE OTHERS" IN THE PRINTING JL business, but f ow concerns llko Tho Law Reporter Company, of 518 Tilth street north west. You'll And it a positive rellof to trade thoro. Doit M. W. MOORE. Mgr. WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS. TIMES ARE HARD, so don't wait until your roof rusts, leaks, and you'll need a tinner. Have your roof painted with Dixon Graphite Paint; it lasts from eight to fifteen years. Wo use and sell it. All leaks kept stopped free; work guaranteed. Guarantee Pamt Company, ortice, 615 E st. nw. House painting and decorating. Wanfcedf ry Rubber Roof Paint. . WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE And charge only for painting; work guaranteed. NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO , 103 8th nw. WANTED-ALLBEER DRINKERS TO CALL at Bush's now place, 817 7th st nw., and got a nico cold bottle ot beer for 5 cents. au21-lyr IF YOU wish perfect comfottiiReBailey's truss; satisfaction given or money refunded. Room 15, 609 F. Erce, $8. References, all the leading physicians. m30-lm FOUND. FOUND The best paint mixers and Btain fixers at 7 14 K st. nw. There you can get the best gloss stains at $1 per gallon. Tho best English oxide roof paints. YOUNG & CO. m 30 3mos tHE MNTfiS FAST "s over, and a. roally -gcod dinner Li aow aot only admlagib, but commondabla. Tho Emrlch Dinner will mora than meot your ospectatlona. 'Superh" describes it exactly. 60a la tho charge, Including a pint of our famous .Hotel Emricli. l PERSONALS I Ail NOT A COUNTESS nor a Gypsy queen; am not a seventh daugh ten was not born with a caul; am not something new and just arrived, tut am MME. FRANCI3. ono of the oldest established mediums, and am here to stay. -Am notludorsed by the clergy, but am Indorsed by some of the most learned and influential people of our city and many others; am bere to help all Chose that -are in trouble. Life given, from cra dle to grave Cards, 25; trances, t0. Sours, 9 to 9 4CG East Capitol street. Those that are In trouble call and be con vinced. "POWDERED BUTTERMILK BAKING POWDER,"" is blnegras8 Kentucky cream reduced to dry powder and 'mixed with purest oda and cream tartar. All fine grooers. ap!4-3t HAVE YOU a lunch room, cigar store or other good business for sale? No charge unlois sale is made. "E. -A. H,," Room 3. 918 P st. apl2-3t SPIRITUALISM -Wonn's Ball, 721 Gth St., every Sunday evening, at 8 o'clock. Dime Collection. MRS. E. McNEIL, me dium. al,H-2t WILL the person pleasa return umbrella taken by mistake Monday evening from 1L15 E nw. marked F. P. B., and oblige J. E.7 apl2 3t Sncccssfully treated byhy poaormic medication. C. U. ENGLISH, W D . 1107 G t nw. Jal3, eod-3mos 1IRS. E.McNEIL.fiplrltual Medium, 1914 Pa.ave.nw.,hasno equal in clairvoyant and spiritual tests. Will be at home daily for private consultations from 9 a. ni. to 7 p. m. Business examinations a specialty; satisfaction guaranteed. apl0-7t WILL PAPER your houses from $20 up; first-class paper and first-class work. Send postal and will call and give esti mates. CBAS N. EVANS, 222 13th st sw. al0-7 "Look Papa." THE ELASTIC PROOF PAINT CO will paint the roof of any dwelling in the city for $3 50; leaks patched free; sure remedy for damp walls; guaranteed G13 E nw. alO-tf BESSIE Same time and place this Sun day evening. New Jersey avenue. Called middenly out of town Thursday. BER NARD. It nnAp n7 wonderful clair rfiUr, v-L-rl 11 , -voyant and medium, tells your life -from cradleto grave; every hidden mj story revealed; tolls tho business that will bring you greatest success; in love affairs ho never tails; unites eoparated; recovers losses; causes speedy marriages; removes evil influ ences; foretells with a cortalnty all commercial ard buslnom transactions: twelve years estab lished. Ladies and gen lemen, tO cents each. Hour 9 to 9; open Sunday. 4S0 BBt, bet 4J and 6th sta. sw WANTED The address of every person who has been trying to make crayon por traits for Northern artists who advertised for assistant. Address ARTIST, this office. apl4-7t ARISTOS, the liest "blood purifier. Will cure Syphilis, Scrorula. Eczenia,and all bad blood disorders. All druggists. Price 50c and $1.00 a9-lmo YOU don't buy nails in a drug store, but yon can get elegant suits and overcoats, tailor made (slightly worn), at figures you never dreamed ot at JUSTHS' OLD STAND. 619 1) St. nw. a9-7t GLACE A French remedy; will posi tively cure chills, malaria and rheu matism; for sale by all druggists; price 25 ct'nts. a6-lm Just -opened. -Scientific mas ea;o,vapor,pl&In, and sna-salt baths; maimetie treatment? BlfeyUK3& restful and curative, a am. to 5 p.m. JI.VX BLRNETT. 512 E st. nw. Apr7-tf House Fainting and Decorating, Drop postalfor lowasllmate. DIron Graphite paint on tin roofs lass fromS to 13 years. ALL IXAkS STOPPED I RLE. GUARANTEE PAINT Co , Office, 615 E st nw. T A TlTTTQ needeg confidential jLaJ.JlJ X JQO treatment Asafcandsuro Teller in all female trouble; constipation, irregularities, tumor, cancer, cpium habit, fistula, etc. Separate rooms for patients beforo and during confinement, and Hud homes for in.'ants if required. Stncllv con fidential. Address P. O. Box 316. Wash ington. D. C. MME. ESTELLE tells all the event3 of life in German and English; hours 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.; 25 hud GO cents; cures all cases of running or dry sores; 913 19th st. nw. rn24-lmo MME. BROOKE tells all the events of life. All business confidential. Ladies nnd gen tlemen, 50c. each. Hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p m. 605 New York ave. nw .aearGthst. a3 l4t DR. LEON, 61 Mlsssurl A-renuo Northwest orncExouiw. iptoi, ctol HARRY PARK, PIUNTER, 020 F ST.-00 Vis iting cards, equal to engraving, 25 cents. Othtr work in proportion. Mall orders, with cash, flllsd. Nuf ctd. mrlO-tf&sliuo DR. TAYLOR, 906 FST. ?iW., MAKES FULL sets ot teeth for 5; satisfaction feuaran teed; teeth extracted without pain; gold fill ing, $1; amalgam, 50 -cants. mr7-3m DR JOHNSON TREATS ALL CnRONIC, NER vous, and blood diseases, alcoholism and opium habit; specialty: Kidney and bladder trouble, piles, fistula, stricture, ota: private dis eases poHlvoly and permanently cured; lost manhood restored; consultation treo; office hours, 9 to 1i a. m.; 3 to 8 p. m. 1503 MarioD st. nw. feS-3m MRS. R. E BLAIR has re moved to 1113 Gat. nw. (over Mrs. C. Stieblo's) Tho latest modes of artistic dress making at shortest notice. PRIVATE DETECTIVE Strictly con fidential; highest reference; honest work guaranteed (shadowing). MORGAN BRADFORD, Jr., Office and Residence, 1212 New York ave. nw. mar2t -lm J. T. WALKER SONS, 204 10th st. nw., carpet lining, felts, fire brick and clay, asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement, two atad three-ply roofing material. mar21-lm BLANCHE Have you got-50 of those visiting cards for 25 cents from Harry Park, 929 F street, yet? Thoj'ro lovely. mchlO-lmo "IDID " FOR RENT TYPEWRITER. WANTED Bargains in typewriters; rent ed at reduced rates, with privilege or pur chase; sold on instalments; perfect machines; guaranteed. Gil 7th st. nw. mar23 Sm FOR EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE Wish to trade G-room house, a. m. i., good yard, 2-story stable, for country place of 25 to 50 acres; good water; also fruit and near school. Addroa No. 711 16th st. ne. It HELP WANTED WANTED Two gentlemen and lady can vasers for building and loan association; to tho right parties pay better tlmn a Gov po sition. Apply la'o "clock, Room 2, 130 IF st. nw. aprll Gtd FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. ONE CARLOAD of guaranteed Virginia horses from Woodstock, Va.r workers and drivers; guaranteed for Virginia hordes. DOUGHERTY & LASKEY , 1109 B Bt. nw. ap!4-7t FOR SALE Steam launch; finest on tlie Potomac; just the thing for a club of 20, or -private parties. Address R. R., this office. al4-3t OLD PAVING MATERIAL-Granite and trap blocks, cobble and rubble from the 9th street horse railway, now being re constructed. Apply to E. SAXTON, con tractor, or to C. J. ORTLIP. at yard, 123 G st. ne. ap7-14t Claret C. M. EM RICH, Proprietor, tset. tY ana tstn tts., r"a. v. nw. SrrUATIONS WANTED-MALE DRIVER. Address 71 4 23d. al3-3td WANTED Position in a job printing orfice by young man of 20; having 3 years experience at ease and presses. Address apl4-3t H. C. this office. A BOY. al3-3td J. R Bailey, 224 K sw. BOOK-KEEPER AND OFFICE CLERK. al3-3td Competent, this office BARTENDER. al3-3td G. M.. this office HORSE-SHOER. al3-3td -P H. this office. CLERK PLACE IN STORE. al3-3td Reliable, this office. A BOY. al3-3td Send to90G lltbnw. WANTED By young man. a situation with palntei to finish trade; has liad two years experience at house painting. Ad dress J. BETTS . S10 12th Bt. Tiw. It BARTENDER, good dnrffcTOtxoT. aprl2-3td G.M., this office. EXPERIENCED AMANUENSIS. aprl2-3td EXPERIENCE, this office. IN OFFICE orstore by colored boy. aprl2-3td R. E. B. . 922 Flo'rida av. PLUMBER HELPER: 2 ytw expunoae. aprL2-3td J 8.C..th1gofflec. WORK OF ANY KIND. opr!2-3td P. H.. this office. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE COOK ORWASHERANDLRONER, ap!2-3td "723 Del, avo. en HOUSEWORK in Email family. apr!2-3td 2r2810lhBt.nw. NURSE OR CHAMBERMAID. apr!2-3td 7 15 4th st. nw. SKIRT HAND or ASST DRESSMAKER. apr!2-Std E A.L..755fihenrtanst.nw. SEWING. CUTTING, AND FITTING. apr!2-3td MISS W.. this ofOcg. WASHING AND IRONING'. apr!2-3td 2128 10thst.nw. HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTBD Cook at a!3-3td 907 M nw. WANTED White woman cook. al3-3td MRS. JACKSON, this of He. WANTED Canvassers at al3-3td ROOM XL. CI 5 7th nw. WANTED A woman for general house work; mustta at her own heme. al2-3t 3IG 2d st. se. HELP WANTED MALE. WANTBD 2 men about 30 yeara ef age can find easy employment by apptyhtsj Monday from 8 to 10 a. m. NATIONAL PORTRAIT COMPANY, 931 N. HampsWra ave.. 3 doors south Wash. Cir. al4lt WANTED Dyer and cleaner; steady work for first-class man. Call 195T 4th st.bw., LeDroitPark. R. A. REEVES al4-lt WANTBD Boy to 6ell candy on steamer Macalester. Salary and comrolreion. It Apply at boat. "W ANTED Active male or female agents to handle household articfc;sewlng macbl na aud other agent can handle as a side Use. Call 510 E st. uw. al4-lt MIS COLUMN WANTED Canvassers at a!3-3td ROOMll,6157thnw. WANTED Young colored man to shuok olams. HOTEL DIRECTORY ROOMS 50 iF CENTS TO S1.E0 -BT WEBIx 10. Hot water. heat, and bells and recall belts in every room. MOUNT VERNON HO TEL, aib 4 st nw fefis-tl EBBITT HOUSE. Washington, D. C. II. C BURCH. Manager. OCEAN STEAMERS. North German Lloyd Steamship Co. MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE. To Gibraltar, Genoa. KalscrW TL, May4,2p.ra Genoa Werra.MaylS, 10 a. m Geava Ems, Juile 1, 11 a. m GUtiea Werra, Junta 22. 10 a. m Genoa Kaiser W II.. July 13. 10 a. m. Genoa Wcrra, July 27, 10 a.m. Genoa Return tickets available from Mediterraceaa or from Bremen, London, or Havre. OELRICUS StlO.2 Bowlin; Green, N- V. E. F.UR0Ol,925 Pennsvlvanla Ave., Agent for Washington, D C RAILROADS. RAILROAD. STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STREETS. In Effect 12:01 A. M.. March IS. IS95- 10.30 A. M PENNSYLVANIA LLMlTgD-Puli. mau Sleeping:, Ihnmg, bmoklng, and Obser vation Cars Uarrlsbuxz to Chicago, Cincin nati, Indianapolis, St Loais, Cleveland, ami Toledo. Bullet Parlor Cor to Harrlsburg. 10.30 A M. FAST LINE Pullman Buffet Efcr lor Car to Unrrisburc Parlor and Dinla J Cars, Harrisburg to Pittsburg 3:40 P M. CHICAGO AND bT. LOUIS EXPRESS. Pullman Bnffet Parlor Car to Hamsburg: Sleeping nnd Dining Cars. Harrisburs to St Louis, Cincinnati, Lomsvute, and Chicago. 7:10 P 31. WESTERN KS.PRK&S PuUuiaa Sleeping Car to Chicago, and Harrlsburg to Cle oland Din'nc Car to Chicago. 7:10 P.M. SOUTII-WBSTERN EXPRESS. Pall man bleeping and Dining I ars to St Laub, nnd Sleeping Car Harrlsburg to Cincinnati. 10:40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS PuBman Steep ing Car to Pittsburg. TiO A. M. for Kano. . nnandaigua, Rochester, and Niagara Fahs dally, excebt Sunday. 100 A. M. lor Elmlra and Recovn, dally, eopt Sunday For WUliamsport daily. 8:40 P. L 7:10 P. M for V ilbnmsport, Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls dally, except Saturday, with sleeping car ashlngton to Suspension Bridge via Buffalo. 10:40 P. JL for Erie, Canandaigna, RochMter, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls dally; sleeping car Washington to Elmlra. Tor Philadelphia. New York, andTthe East 4:00 P M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED," all Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Balti more, for Now York daily, for Philadelphia week-days. Regular at 705 (Dining Car), 7s, 90, 10d (Dlntng Carj, and IbOO (Din ing Car) a. m., 12.15,3.15, 4i, 6.40.1fcCt. ami 11:85 p m. On Sunday, 7-05 (Dining Car), 70. 9.00,1000 (Dining Car, 1100 (pining Car) a. m., b!:15, 3.13, 40. 6:10, lttOO, and 11:35 p. m For Philadelphia only. Fast ftc press 730 a. m weok-daya. Express, 2M and 5:40 p. m. daily. For Boston, without change, 750 a. ra. week days, and 3.13 p m. daily. For Baltimore, 6:25, 75. 7s, 70, WW, 10:00, 1030, 11-00. and 11:53 a. ra., 18:1 , 2:01, 3 15, 3:10, (4K Limited), 40, 4BK5, 50, 6.03. 6.40, 7:10. 10.DO, 10.W, 11-16, and 1135 p. m. On Sunday, 7:05, 70, 8.-D3. 9 00, 9.037 Iftfio, 10:30, 11.-00 a. m., lfi-13, 1:15, 2 01, 3:15,&l&ffi j Limited, lsi), 5:10, 6:05, 6110, 7U0, lO'vO, lOW, and 11 J55 p. m. For Pope's Creek Lino, 7:3), a. ra. and 4-3 p m. daily, except Sunday. For Anapohs, 750, 9 00, and 11.50 a. m., and JtD p. m. daily, except Sunday. Sundays, 9.-01 a. m. and 40 p. m. Atlantic Coast Lino "Florida Special" for Jacksonville and St Augustine, 10.48 p. m. week-days. Express for Richmond, Jak vllle, and Tampa, 430 a. m , 30 p. m. dally Richmond and Atlanta, 8rf0 p. m. daily. Richmond only, 1057 a. m. weuk-daya. Accommodation for Quaatlco, 7:45 a. ra. daBy, and4J13p m. week-da js. For Alosaadria, 4.80, 613, 7:43, S:40, 9:43. 10S7 IliO a. m , 120. 1.-40, 3J20,4db. 5.-C0, 5S17. S13 8rfH, 10:10, and 11.29 p m. On Sun ay at 1.30 7:15, 9:43 a. m., 2:45. 6:15, S frt, and 10:10 p. m, leavo Alexandria forWaahington, 6;05, 613,7 S.00, 9.10. 10.15, 10.23 a. m.. 10, 2:15, 3 00. 3:23. 5rf)0, 550 6.13, 7:00, 7, 9d0, 1052, and 11:03 p. m. On Sunday at 6:43, 9:10, 10i3 a. m i.13. 50, 7iT0. 720, 9:10, and 1032 p. m. Ticket offices, uorthcast corner of 13thstreet and Pennsylvania Avenue, and at the station Sixth, and B Streets, where orders cna bo loft for tho checking ot baggaga to destination from hotols and residences. & M- PREVOST, J". R. WOOD, Geueralilauasstf'. General Passenger 4g Pennsylvania