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THE "WASHISTGTOISf TIMES, "MXXNDAY, APRIL 22, 1S95.
AMUSEMENTS. A CADEMY OP MUSIC. rirtt Presentation of CORONET AND COIN Oomk Opera, Hi Three Acts by Messrs. 1 on. Hub Smtth and MacLeod. FOR THE BENEFIT OF Tiis Children's Country Home, APRIL 25 AND 26. Ti.derthe auspices of the folio wing named M i',d Bricc, Mrs.RaudolphMcKim V " .. Lilhngs. Hw. Prefi'li McGuiro J' - j ..Mi'uun, Mrs.EdwardMeCnuley Mrr i ' i t adwick, Mre. Richd Mulligan i;s L, ; t Davis, tors.FrauccsNasu, Mr' u . iMianey. Mrs.CarUhlePatterson Mrs aW Fo&tor, Mrs. J G Parke, il r. . ; Glover, Mrs. Josiali Pierce, 1. " I r.i Gray, Mrs. FcHew, ?. s T ' Hearst, Mra.J D.ralton, 3-rs Kf -...'dsHitt, Mrs.R S Pbenfx, JI - T I .pkiiK, Mrs.T.NotWKiPage, Mr? M II ;i . cltifie, Mis-John P. Rogers, JHr b'rf, Mxs.R G. Rutherford, II" 2 ' -.;- Laroont.Mrs. J.M Scholield. M-f "W s L.i' coin, The Mimes Schenek, Ms I '. ir Lee, Mrs. Wrn Winthrop, 2"- A' i Legare,Mrfi. WeMinghouse, II v L Z Lfiler, The Mifcdes Wilkea. Mi Richard C. Fellows. TI lots n- be obteittod f rom Uo lady pa-ts.- So s it a at MetseroU e Musk- Store, 1110 F b r.n rii -st Zt-r na ers, eBCWiraged by the large sale of ' c , Miiouoco a twcoml performance on V-e " -b X'ri'-es for this night, ITifc, &c..76.i a 1 ..." ' 1 1 -kctfi for sale at box oalce of Acad cy o. Mi.b.-. "BOifT YOU HEAB DEH BELLS?" OME and hear, grll 92. s OME and see p OLUMBIA Athletic Club ANNUAL Music and THLETIC Entertainment, CAD EM Y OF MUSIC, PRIL22, 1 895. COME and see Strength OMB1NED with Science. OME and hear Good Music OME Enjoy Yourself. Reserved Seals now on sale at the Theater, 75c and SI. Cienl Admission 50c Gallery Admission 25c fRH! HO Curtain rises 8 Hi El.L. . carriage call 10:30. BASEBALL TO-DAY AT 4:30 P. M, BOSTON vs. WASHINGTON, ADMISSION 25 AND S3 GENTS. KLLNANS LI CEPSC THEATHE, All Tins H'Mt SAM T. JACK'S Extravaganza Company A Sensational t'ories of LIVING PICTURES. Next Week x'cier Manor's Athletic and aud?Itle Company. Ct BAND f-FFRA BOUSE 3T LC-aaTd 11. Alien, Manager. Etc at s Wed. and bat. Mats, at 2. STUART ROBSON. Ilea :ay. T s-1 ay. Wednesday, and Thursday gLte an J Wednesday Matinee, "leap 1 car I ndy night and Saturday raa'.iuee. "She Stoops to Conquer." Saturday night, "The H-n.ictta " N'S ci k Third Comedy Season of Fredoric X-l ai.l C'o'apaay, prasonting "'Sir Simon Sitp"c." Seavs now ou sala K lTW N VTIONAL THEATER. Every Evening and Saturday Matinee. Miss ADA REHAN rr'LOVE OH CRUTCHES. Jlczfttcck VJl. andIia KESDAL SUBSCRIPTION SALE Tor the Fir&t "tt cck of the HINRICH GRAND OPERA CO MP AN V V !11 r,p.'n at the bos office cf the ACADEMY OF MUSIC iO-morrou morning. -3f ' s t i gl-operas opens Wednosday - -iJ Saturday CARMEN -- ....THE MASKED BALL . .aulbatHat..ROMEO& JULIET 7 FAUST y LA GIOCONDA Ilcgular Acadctnv Prices. - . ' o . arde now ready. r -i -v i lii . iGADEMY ITSZ APRIL 23. .HI'L rn ' Opf r by (iarland and Grhnei - anafioee 3A1Y CHAIK GUILD ' o itagioa6 Hospital Fund- , S1.50. il.dO.Kc andSBc. -. .NOW AT Jti.TZtKCprr& The Capital Glee Ciub Concert, AS8ISTKD BY "UK KmBN5TOK CLUB, T"C -Y SVEKfSUi. APKIL21, 1S93, JT iZfcBOTT MVbiC HALL, IN C AT - C NTATA, TilK CRUSADEUS, -, ' v.isctita&oi6 Program. T" '-" " I ri--tionrfStr. K. DtttSianeCloa'ard. f 3 - . il 30c, on saJe at Het&erott's T-c i.Aj.rUir. Y ."" .HSIS KITCHEN AND DINING l.'J 'M UXIUIST. 1 I St N. W., ineirad Thursday, April 2S, ' r "ii 1 a. m. to 10 p. m. Admieeioa, n i iet, wito cook book, 25c. a21-U pT Z TiiKATKK Seats S5 and 59c is?: . 'at Tuea , Thurs. & Sat. It. 25 35. IA Of I r THE JHG hhr suksic hsI M.K-A 490.000 PfiODDCLION OF 10L Tt34'S CABIN. EXCURSIONS. PLANKED SHAD AT MARSHALL HALL H M)AY. APRIL21. 78S5. Alii c.;ry bujiday and week day during April aad Mar. ill .rn i SLcALusrmj lkaates daily at ISAM Li" are especially lnritod on those os- c-r .-s. C a -.ilay Steamor Chaa jnacalasor will lea' " t vn th-Etrst Wharf at 31 a. ni and SG j : me Marshall Hall 1:10 and 5:80 ji. jn. 1 " . . i ND TRIP 23c 3 V S5c AUCTION SALES. CcntinuafioB Annus! Sprlr.g Sale Of CARRIAGES AT- L - S. J. WEEKS', - - G22 G St. N. AV. Until Wednesday, April 24, Pcs.tivcand Peromptory Sale by Cat alcrirue, by public auction, Of a Large Assortment of over 300 and Second-liaad Carriages Harness, Robes, Blankets, Whips, Etc. Sale on Monday, Tues day, and Wednesday at 10 a. m. TERMS CASH. THOMAS BOWLING & CO., Auctioneers. TOE KENT TYFEWMTER. W.WTrn Bargains m typewriters: rent ed rt wluned rates, Willi privilege of pur chase, sold n instalments; perfect machines: Cdaranteed. G1X 7th et. vvr. mar23-3m SPECIAL, NOTICES. THE PUBLIC are hereby notified that my private wharf on "the Potomac at Beep Point, Md., will noVbc open to public travel on and after Slay 1, 1895, no freight nor passengers being permitted to land after tliattdate and no wharfage received therefor.V. T, OKIE, Owner, Beep Point, Chailes Co., Md. April 19. 189D, op20-3t ItOCUBALE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY. Members who have-faJled to take out the current card are hereby notified that unless they renew on or before April 30 inst. they will be liable to payment of the full fee of $1. Cost of renewal, 25 cents. Cards can be procured at the sec retary's office and from all agents. TImj cnids for 1S95-'9G are now ready and can be procured at the secretary's office and from all authorized agents. The trade year begins May 1. 1895. L. S. EMERY, Secretary of the Society, np21-3t 811 G st. nxr. T WILL GUARANTEE TO CURE ANY case of tulxrculols (consumption) catarrh, or bronchitis tiiat I undertake. No cure; no pay. Consultation free. Address HUMANITY, this office. m30-lm EEMOYAL SALE. Wntchrs, Diamonds, Clo-ks, Silverware, &C at Frwitly rt-dueod prices at TAPPAN'S Jewelry and i pti-al Store, GO J t'lh st. n. w. V. fli remoi e to HE OUrsL aw.. May L nir27-lm BUSINESS CHANCE3. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOlt A Busi ness and have some capital to invent, it all be to your luterest to call and see us as we haudle only such business opportu nities that v.'ill stand the closest investi gation, and we guarantee all our transac uons. EUGENE BO YENS & CO., Room GG, Wahhiugum Lean and Tiust Building, 9th and F sis. nw. ap21-H FOR SALE CHEAP Bar rmirn, llcciiee, fixtures, bottlliur machine, everything to bar. R. P. S., this oSflca cp21-2t PORSALE OwnerretjrinR;lHiKliv-isprorits $4r,000:a store netting SG a day; trade Tor farm; otlMrs clearing S10 to $3 a day. Call and inrvstlgate. J. T. II. HALL, 721 13Ui st. a21-7t "WANTED Second trust on improved leased choice property northwest. Ad drosB apl6-7t AT ONCE OWNER, thlsoffice. LEGAL NOTICES. Filed April 10, 1895. J. R.Young, Clerk. In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia the 16Ui day of April, 1895. Henrietta BJackslon vs. Charles Blackston. In Equity, No. 1G.27G. Oumutiouof the complainant, by Mr. J. W. Cromwell, her solicitor, it is ordered that the defendant cause his appearance to be heroin on or liefore the first nile day occur nng forty days after this day; otherwise the cause will be proceeded "with as in case of derault. The object of this suit is for divorce on the grounds of desertion aud habitual dnink onuess. W. S. COX, J. A true copy. Test: J- It. YOUNG, Clerk, a22-3t By M.A. Clancy, Asst. Clerk. SITUATIONS -WANTED FEMALE WANTED By young lady, typewriting to do at home. Address Miss C 713 F stsw. a21-2t WANTED By a settled white woman, a situation as cook or laundress, or would go out by the dey. Address M. G., this of fice ap21-2 1 POSITION housekeeper by a widow; is neat with the needle; competent to take full charge. Address M., this office.a21-2 WANTED By a respectable colored girl, a place as chambermaid or nurse. Apply 438 Washington fet. nw. a20-2t I WOULD like a place nschamberninidor light housework; city refs. Address 1040 Jefferson t. V,. W. S. T. a20-2t WANTED By a young colored woman a place as nurse or chambenn.iid, or gen eral housework in small private family; felay nights. Call or send card to 81-i Grant ave, nw. apl9-4t HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTED A settled German woman as nurse and for light housework; good -wages to right party. Apply to 1917 14th st. nw. n22-2t WANTED A respectable white girl for general housework in a tmall family. Call with references at 93G Ya. ave. ew. Sunday between 1 and 8 p. ni. a20-2t WANTED A tidy little girl, white or colored, age from 11 to 13, can find a good home and small wages by calling at 720 6th sL nw. a20-2t SITUATIONS WANTED MALE WANTED Any responsible occupation by a well-lired man; competent In English education, hand-wriUug and aritionetJc; 50 years of age aud of temperate and reli able character. Call or address BLACK STONE, 724 12th stnw. 21 A RESPECTABLE colored boy, willing to go away; can care for horses aud cow; wilHin; and obliging. Address or call 110 D sL so. a21-2t INVENTORS in want of an experienced modelm&ker for their private chop call 423 P s. nw. a20-4t TWO imlttstrJ5us young men, black smith helpers; anvjgnjp'.oynient accepteablc; wages low; willjbomnieucs on trial. Ad dress 34K Poll: srj, Anacottia. a20-2L WANTED Position as clerk in store or office, or as traveling; can furnish the best of refs. L., UffTqftice. a20-2L HELP AYANTED-MALE. WANTED A -young man to learn car pentering; one who lias worked at the trade preferred. Apply at GRAHAM'S REPAIR SHOP, 1407 Q st. 'aw. ap22-2t BOY WANTED One somewhat experi enced at tjTMjftetUng' and helping in print ing office. Call Monday morning at 213 4 1-2 st. n w. ap21-2t MAN about 28 orSOvBalary andcommis oiou; steady employment; no triflcrs need applv; refs. required. NATIONAL POR TRAIT COMPANY, 931 N.H. ave.uw. a21-2t WANTED 4 good men for good paying outdoor work; must be of good address. Call 000 G st. mv., Kentucky Lunch Room. a21-2t WANTED Real estate salesman to sell lots in College Park. Business brisk. A good ehaice for two or three wide awake active men with JOHNSON & AGNEW, Washington Loan aud Trust Building, 9th and F blreets nw. a20-3t A GOOD boy wanted to take care of horse and lelp around the house; one about 13 to 17 yeais old, and notafraid of work. Call at No. 404 New Jersey ave. nw. JOHN B. HUNT. a20-2t WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED Scholars in Shorthand, at 20c per hour. Address E. J., this office. a21-2t WANTED Information as to the where abouts of Josephine Simpson, a colored girl, about seventeen years of age, a former inmate of the Girl's Reform School, who absconded from her home, near Harper's Ferry. W.Va.,on April 18th. She wore a blue striped ginghamtlress and dark bluejacket. Address Board Of Children's Guardians, Room21.472Louisanaave.nw. a20-2t TIMES ARE HARD, so don't wait until your roof rusts, leaks, and you'll need a tinner. Have your roof painted with Dixon Graphito Paint; it lasts from eight to fifteen years We use and sell It. All leaks kept stopped free; "work guaranteed. Guarantee Paint Company, office, G15 E eL uw. House painting and decorating. Wanted Try Rubber Roof Paint. WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE. And chargo onlyfor painting: work guaranteed. NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO., 1023 6th nw. X17AKTED-ALLBEER DRINKERS TO CALL Yt at Bush's new place, 817 7th et aw., and get a nice cold bottlo of beer for 5 cents. au21-lyr IF YOU wish perfect comfort use Bailey's truss; satisfaction given or money refunded. Room 15, G09 F. Price, $3. References, all the leading physicians. mSO-lm 7 Ctbsertisem Situations T? ATTTQ. J Help Wanted, 20 Words Jvp.J.XVP. "J Boarders, Houses, Rooms or Apartments to LET, .ri& 2U f Mt? t Writo your advertisement on abovo blank and send to The Times onice, cor Pennsylvania ave. and Tenth st. IT WILL BE INSERTED TWO TIMES lN-iTHE WASHINGTON TIMES. PERSONALS I AM NOT A COUNTESS nor a Gypsy queen; am not a seventh daughter: was not born with a caul; am not something new and just arrived, but am MME. FRANCIS, one of the eldest established mediums, and am here to stay. Am not indorsed by tho clergy, but am indorsed by feonie of tho most learned and influential people of our city and many others; am here to help all thoso that nro in trouble. Lire given, from cra dle to grave Cards, 25; trances, 50. Hours, 9 to 9. 4QG East Capitol Mrcet. Those that are in trouble call and bo con vinced. aplG-7t DENTIST Professor of music would like to exchange Icfsous on piano for den tal Avork In lamilj. Address GRADU ATE, this office. uL0-3t MME. CASTELLA, Clairvoyant, who will shortly leavo for San Francisco, desires to sell her eutiro business and lurmshcd house to clairvoyant; guarantee $100 a month can be made. Call 1723 7th st. nw. apl9-7t MRS. E.McNEIL, Spiritual-Medium, 1914 Pa. ave. nw. .has noequal inclairvoyantand spiritual tests. Will be at Lome daily for private consultations from 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. Business examinations a specialty; satisfaction guaranteed. a!9-7t PURITY, Beauty, and Economy; every every family can set it now; powdered but ter milk Baking Powder. Bend for a can now. All fine grocers. al7-7t $20 WILL do what? It will paper your house with first-class paper: work guar anteed. Send postal and will call and give estimate and designs. CHAS. N. EVANS. 222 13th bt. ew. al7-7t PfS R E 5P ira Successfully treated by hy S B I B. PJ podorraic medication. EBSiiia'! C IL ENGLISH, M. D., ial3,60d-3mcs WIIAT'3 THE uee of having a leaky or rusty roof when theELASTIC ROOF PAINT CO. will paint any dwelling roof for $3.50. Leaks patched free. Satislaction or no pay 015 E St. nw. nnnr T ny V.'ONDERFULCLMU II rv J t . L i-iril I , voyaut aud medium, tells your life from cradle to grave; ovory hidden mystery levealed; tollri tho business that will bring you greatest success; in lovo alltira he never falls; unites beparated; recovers losai-a; causes spoody marriages; lemoves evil influ ences; foretells with a certainty all commercial aud businc-s transactions; twolvo years estab lished. Ladles and gen'leinen, CO cents each. Hours 9 to 9; open Sunday. 4S9 list, hot. 4H and Cth sta sw. MME. BROOKE tells all the events of lite; all business confidential; ladies and gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. 605 New York ave. nw.,near Gth st. a 17-14 1 ARIST0S, the liest blood purifier. Will cure Syphilis, Scrofula, Eczcnia.and all bad blood disorders. All druggists. Price 50c and $1.00. n9-lmo NOW is the time you'll want a now suit. What's the matter with getting a good one, tailor made, but very "slightly" worn, at figures half their original cost. Call nnd save money. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, G19 D st. u w. ?l,1Gl7t GLACE A French remedy; will posi tively cure chills, malaria nnd rheu matism; for sale by all druggists; price 25 cents. aG-lm B Just opened. Sciontiao mns K. Kfiae.inimr.Tilnin. nnd utm-snlt Ear r .. :r: . "rr it:::: EB3UrlfIS" B ualu3; Ji:tbue.iu ireuiiueui; SJHU'Jfiv; Ea restful and curative. "J a.m. to p. ia M.ME BUKNETI. 512 Est. nw. Apr7-tf House Painting and OcGoraiing. Drop postalfor low estimate. Dixon Graphito paint on tin roofs lasts fromS to 33 years. ALL LEAKS SIOI'PED i-KLi".. GUARANTEE PAINT C J., Ofllce, G15 E st nw. T A TfeTTTQ NEEDING CONFIDENTIAL JLJXxX JL J2C5i treatment Asafoaiuloure relief in all female trouble; constipation, irregularities, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula, etc. Separate rooms lor patients before and during confinement, and fun.' homes foi inrants if required. Strictlv con fidential. Address P. O. Box 316. Wash ington. D. C. MME. ESTELLE tells all the events of life in German and English; Iiours 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.; 25 and 50 cents; cures all cases of running or dry sores; 913 19th st. nw. m24-lmo DR. LEON, C1 Missouri Avenue Northwest OFFICE HOURS. 30TO1, GTOl HARRY PARK, PRINTER, 920 F ST. 50 Vis iting cards, equal to engraving:, 23 cents. Other work iu proportion. Mail orders, with cash, filled. Nut ccd. nirlO-d&slrao DR. TAYLOR, 'JOG FST. NW., MAKES FULL sets of teeth for 50; satisfaction guaran teed; teeth cxtiacted without pain; gold fill ing, 51; amalgam, 50 cents. nir7-3m DR. JOHNSON TREATS ALL CHRONIC, NER VOUS, and blood diseases, alcoholism and opium habit; specialty: Kidnoy and bladder troublo, piles, fistula, etricture, etc.: private dis eases positively aud permanently cured; loat manhood restored; consultation free; office houra, 9 to 1 a. m.; J to 8 p. m. 1C03 Marion st nw. fS-3m MRS. R. E. BLAIR has ro moved to 1113 Gst. nw. (ovor Mrs. C. Stioblo'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. mar2l -lm J. T. WALKER SONS, 204 10th St. nw., carpet lining, felts, Tire brick and clay, asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement, trwo quo- thraa-piy roofing material. mar21-lm HOTEL DIRECTORY BnOE30 Cfl CENTS TO $1.60 -BY WEEK. fflN nil 52-50 to $10. Hot water, UU"U uu heat, and bolls and recall bells in every room. MOUNT VERNON HO TEL, 218 AM st nw fcgo-tf EBBITT HOUSE, Washington, D. C. H. C. BURCH. Manager. OCEAN STEAMERS. North German Lloyd Steamship Co. MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE. To Gibraltar, Genoa. Kaiser W. IL, May 4,2 p. m Genoa Werra, May 18, 10 a. m Genoa Ems, Juno 1, 11 a. in.... Genoa Werra, Juno 22, 10 a, m Genoa Kaiser W. n., July 33. 30 a. m Genoa Werra, July 27, 10 a, m. Genoa Roturn tickots available from Mediterranean or from Bremen, London, or Havre. OELRICUS &. CO., 2 Bowling Green, N. Y. E. F.DROOP.925 Pennsylvania Ave, Agent for Washington, D. C. B3 fi ft i 6 ET31 H t 4 H Wanted, 20 Words woras I ' " - .-!-- Mil ,.. , fc, .,, , . .. ...... 'i V"" '" ""-'" "-" ""--.v,"--; .-!-v : r"l :'T " : f". "; r"v:': J'""" ?"' Tl f SALE OR EXCHANGE. 9 rooms and stable, lot 100 by 225. THOS. F. BARRETT &CO. .J51012th srv 7 rooms at Charlton Heights. Md.; clear of incumbrance. TII0S. F.BARRETT & CO.. 519 12th St. Will trado or soil 7-rooin house and store, opposite Jlabono sito. ro-aoimule. J. I). bULLlVAN, 13tU and G sts. nw. FOR ItENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS UNFURNISHED 2 nice largo rooms and kitchen, etc., on 1st floor. 129 A st. ne.; a in. i.;good locality; cars and herdics. ap22-2t FOR RENT Three large convenient un fur. rooms on second floor, onu square from i Eastern P. O.; aleo stablo in rear. AtllO 4thsLne. apsi-2t Ts)R RENT STORES. ' FOR RENT STORE Half of stoic on F st. nw. near 7th st., with bay window; very cheap. Enquire at 631 G bt. nw., Capitol Stained Olass Works. u20-3t HORSES AND VEHICLES. FOR SALE CHEAP Horse, Carriage and harness. Apply G18 3d bt. nw. 21 FOR SALE One Brewstertrottlng biiRgy nl SETLEGEL'S SALE STABLE, 403 8th st. nw., price $100. ap21-3t MONEY TO LOAN. "ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. LIFE OF BORROWER INSURED For amount advanced; easy pay meats; about equal to rent R. L GOODMAN, JaS0-3mo . tfti 13ih st. uw. MONEY TO LOAN, 5 and G percent., on District property. J. B. WIMER, Real Estate. 608 1 3th bt. ja23-3m $1,000 TO S1C0.C00, at 5 mid 6 per cent.; no delay on firbt-clnss security. BAKER & LAMPTON. mr31-lm 13th and F sts. MONEY TO LOAN First Inist on city piopirty only, to l.e paid back in small monthly payments. g On $1,0011. monthly payment. $9.31 On $2,000, monthly paymept..: 18.62 On $3,G00. monthly payment 27.03 Above payments include interest. JAMES G. JESTER, G3 F bt. n.w. Ja27-3mo MONEY TO LOAN S1.003 TO $100,000. AT 5 per cent, on real ouiato rocurity. No do lay. W'M U. SAUNDERS A; CO., mr!3-3mos IWFstnw. fONEVTO LOAN ALL CLASSES OP REAL iri cstato loans made with promptness at cur rent rates. TILK"McLAOilLE. REAL EbTATE AND LOAN COMP.VNV, corner, lpth andG ati uw.' - fo27-tf M ONEY TO LOAN m auy suaiG do3ired at 5 and C per cent n HILL & JOHNSON 1503, Ponn. Ava 5 AND 5 1-2 PER CENT. Money to loan on real estate In any sum? from $1,000 to' $50,X300.' WESCOTT, WILCOX &. HIESTON, 1907Pa. ave. n.w. apG-lm ' . . pONCSRNING LOANS AND INVEST J nieutb.' Read this booklot carefully Doforo borrowing or invstiaK. Call and got a copy fie o. 11. 11, WARNER & CO., Qlb P stnw. T ' -I foS2-Jmo ft;PNEY TO LOAN AT.10WEST-3i.VTES Off 1V intorestou Washlnston real edtate. . . -J. V. N. UU YCK, fe23-t 3S93 I'a. ave. " 7 ASHINGTON M ORTG AG E LO.VN COMPANY V will lend you $20 and upward oa furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, etc; no publicity aud pioperiy to remain in your undisturbed posses sion; loans paid in oarrSrin full at auy time to suit tho convenience of tho Borrower, and any part paid l educes the cost of carrying the loan in proportion to tho amount paid. WASHING TON MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY, U10 F st it w. MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY SUMS DESIRED . At 5 and.0 per cent WALTER B. ACKER, JaSl-lmo 701 1 1th st uw. jyONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FUBNI- ture, pianos, horses, carriages, wagons, Ac.; tho property will romain undisturbed, inyourpos. scrsion; terms easy; lowest rates; private offices; all bublnoss strictb" confidential; you can liars the money tho day you apply for it; payments can ho made on tho principal at any time; each paymons mado will lesson the. cost of carrying the loan. Please call on CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO., G03 F st nw., main floor. MONEY To loan. If you desire to borrow on real estato coino direct to my office; Intorest 5 per cont. a20-3m TROS. F. BARRETT, 519 12th St. nw. HK. FULTON'S LOAN OFFICE, 1218 PA ava n. w. Established m 1S70. Monoy loaned on watches, diamonds, Jewelry, silver ware, otc. Special bargains in watches, jewelry, and silvorwaro. i o0-6mo RjONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT ,v lowest rates of intorest; no dolay In closing transactions. O. C. GREEN, Ja23-3m 803 7th st nw. M ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT ando per cent Loans made without delay. CUAULES W. HAJSDl, fe24-tf 610 13th st. nw. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE At a, sacrifice, 1 oak fold ing bed and hair mattress, 1 Antique bureau, 1 oak bed complete, 100 pounds fine live goese feathers. Apply 202 E. Capitol st. ; .. ap21-3t FOR SALE Trailing arbutus and other wild flowers; natural plants artistically mounted; cabinet size for albums; a great liovcity; sent by mail on receipt of 25 cents each. Address FRED J. BRAENDLE, "The Roses," Falls Church, Va. J np21-3t FOR SALE 1 Eugliah trap, 1 Dayton and 2 phaeton buggies, 'all' in complete order, cheap. Inquire rear 424 1st st. uw. a21-3t FOUND. FOUND The cash plate to buy. Best .Ochre, 2 1 -2c lb., Olive, 2 l-2c", Pure Putty, 2 l-2c, Prince Metallic, 2 l-2c Saving o25 prct. YOUNG & CO.'S Paint Store, 714K Bt. nw. Brushes, Oils, Varnishes. Also mixed paints, gloss stains. mS0-3mos lOc 25c. : Good Week Days : : andSuudays. : 30c. : : -t FOR SALE HOUSES. 53,51(05500 csah halanco in SO years will pur chase 3I.fi feu: fiout, improted by 8-room brick, nw. J. D. SULLIVAN, 33th and Gsts.u.w. $3,500 Seven-room Irickand ttoro; rents for 2C50. J. D. SULLIVAN, 13th and G sis. n.w. $1,000 Oth nr. B st no., C ra, b.: m. I. JAMES G. JBaTEK, laOFst nw. $4,0C0 Ovor l5,fX feet of cround nw ; iraprovou; renting at 30 per month J. 1). bULLlVAN. 13th and G sts. n.w. $-1,200 Five small frames and large side lot nw. J. 1. SLLUVAN, 13tU and G eta. nw. JCOOCl'oL IPehts. "new. 8r , bath, cel.7furn. ht PIANT A TURPIN, 1 12J N. Y. av. JG.7U0 (i near ltfu JOHN B. WIGHT, 1410 G st 47,000 R at. West Eckington JOHN PL WIGHT. 1110 G st S10.500-Q, just west of 11th. JOHN IJ. WIGHT, 1110 Gst S11,C00 (i. near Mth, with stablo: JOHN 15. WIGHT, 1110 Gst $15,500 Lst lioar Hill. It rs. 2 b. L. S. WIITH, 41 Ohio . . IJldg 50,C00 Residence Iowa circlo for 433.000. L S. &MITU..-H Ohio N. 15. Bldg. 7-P.OOM HOUSE, butt brick and "white stone front; furnace heat; tiled bath; cabinet mantels; a. m. i.; easy terms. FOSTER & FOSTER, Real Estate Deal ers, 611 F st. nw. ni3!-eod-lm 5-ROOM COTTAGE at Langston, D. C; good lot, well and outbuildings; $1,300; easy -terms. FOSTER & FOSTER, Real Estate Dealers, 611 F St. nw. ni31-ecd-lm FOR SALE House: 10 per cent, invest ment; price $1,400; yearly lease at $144. FOSTER & FOSTER. 611 F St nw. m31-eod-lm FOR SALE 1723 P st. nw., in the handsume marble row. The owner has vacated, left the keys with us, and author ized us to sell at $10,000. un terms to suit. V.'M. H SAUNDERS & CO., al4-eod-Gt 1407 F st 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 menth. 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., nl4-cod-Gt 1-107 F st FOR SALE Comfortable frame house. 6 rooms, water ai.d sewer; lot 12 1-2x90; 33G Wilson St., north of LeDroitPark; title perfect; no incumbrance; price $1,300; terms to suit; monthly payments if desired. W. F.NASH. 122 M nw. np20-lm T?0R SALE i1 DECIDED BARGAINS IN N. W. INSTALLMENT PLAN. $50-CASIL $20 payment each month will buy the desiratls now-brick and r.toni dwelling on Elm st, i.9 Droit Park. Price only S5,200 WESTCOTi', WILCOX & niESTON, 1S07 Pa. avo and Cth and La. ave. aj.b-lm FOR SALE LOTS. Cor. 10th and D ne.. lots 15 by 75; will sell low for cash. JOHN B. WIGHT. 1410 G st. nw. Very desirable lot on 18tu st. nearDupont Circle, at a special fisure. JOHN B. WIGHT, 1410 G st. nw. FOR EXCHANGE. We have for exchange farms, house lots, and improved city property located in all parts of the United States; we also have stocks of meichandise that will invoice from $1,000 to $10,000 that we will ex change Tor reai estate. If you have auy real estate or personal property to exchange it will pay you to call and 6ee us; we will have something to offer you, as we are headquarters for trades of ail kinds. We neither pay nor receive commissions, as we handle only ourown property, and we guar antee all our transactions. EUGENE BOY ENS & CO., Room 66, Washington Loan and Trust Building, 9th and F stirets north west. ap21-4t FOR EXCHANGE We have some first mortgage notes, secured by gilt-edge real estate and signed by responsible parties, and also some free and clear imp roved real estate that we will exchange for stocks of merchandise of all kinds, or for any good business that will stand investigation. EUGENE BO YENS & CO., Room 66, Wash ington Loan and Trust Building, F and 9tb streets northwest. a21-4t WE HAVE for exchange for Washington city property, free and clear, or honest equities, a business that has been established for years and located in Washington, that the stock and fixturos will invoice $15, 000 and the business paid for tho last three years on an average of $4,000 net per year. EUGENE B0YEN3 & CO., Room 66, Washington Loan and Trust Building, 9th aud F streets northwest. a21-4t WT3 HAVE a number of fruit farms lo cated in southern Callornia, all under cul tivation and with all necessary improve ments, with a pcrect title, to exchange for Eastern farms or equities in city prop erty. EUGENE BO YENS & CO., Room 66, Washington Loan and Trust Building, 9th and F streets northwest. a21-4t FOR RENT OR SALE. FOR SALE OR RENT 2016 2d St. nw., by owner; 1827 6th St. nw., rent $11; safe $1,800. ap21-3t FOR SALE OR RENT 2016 2d st. nw 6-room house; water; rent, $11; price, $1,800. OWNER, 1827 6tU St. nw. np20-3t FOR SALE SUBURBAN FOR SALE At Capital View, thirty minutes' ride from city on Metropolitan branch B. & O. Road, a nearly new frame house containing nine rooms, with stable and poultry house; 30,000 feet of land; fine shade trees, etc.; $5,000. ROBT. I. FLEMING, 1018 12th st. nw. ap20-116 FOR SALE Choice building lots at Brookland; terms very easy. Also a num ber of houses for sale aud rent. GRACE M. THOMAS,. Room 100, Corcoran bldg. ap20-7t FOR SALE Ideal 5-acre country-seat, near 3 stations, Met. Br., B. & O. Shady lawns, gravel walks, fine water, choice fruits, new dwelling and barn. $4,500. ap20-7t COOKE D. LUOKE'j T, Rockville. MISCELLANEOUS. eCrTMIERE ARE OTHERS" IN THE PRINTING JL business, but few concerns like Tho Law Reporter Company, of 518 Fifth etreot north west. You'll find it positive relief to trad there. Do it M. w. MOORE, Mgr. A J A Meal That's Enjoyable Is one that's well cooked, tompJtlng!y served, and consisting of a pleasing variety of.food. Our 50-CENT TABLE D'HOTE DINNER possesses all thoso characteristics and many othors Price includes a pint of good claret s mmric. FOR RENT HOUSES; In the following list houses for rent are classified by price, thusenabling persons looking for houses to see at a glance what they can obtain suitable to their means, savlngthem time and the annoyance of havlngto read ad vertisements of houses, the rents of which are either too hish or too low. $5.002 Scott St.. 2 r. brick housa (col). DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO. 58.50 Fourth at. extended ne , cSra. HEIisKELL is McLERAN, 1003 Fst nw J8-50 57 M st. sw.; 5 room's, water. F. J. DIEUDONNE, C8.50 3103 IC nw., 4r DEEBLE, DAVIS A CO., 1310 F nw. $9.00 CIS Sheridan or. nw.: 5-rra bricli. DAVID D. STOtfK.feeCFsfcnw: S9.30 320 L no 4ra wa. DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1313 F at nw. S10 1201 Ward Court nw., Gr.. water (col.). $100 523 Snow's Court, bat. 21th aud 23th and 1 and K sis, nw ; Gr. brick; good ordor. LATIMER & NEisBIT, 1211 G st Si 1210, 212 Parker ne., 5r. B T. KAISER. SlOFnw. S11.S0 310 McLean ave. sw.. 5 ra. HEISKELL & McLERAN, 1C03 Fstnw. Si 2.00 IIS M st. so.; Gra, bnth. JAMES G. JESTER. 639 Fst nw. $12.50271(5 Poplar nw.. Br. bk. (cub. DEEISLB. DAVIS & CO.. 1319 F nw. 512.50 1120 Vthst. se .5r brick. C. T YODElt G15 E st. nw. 412.50 32 Patterson st no , 5 rs. " HKSSKELL & McLEItAN, 1008 F st- nw. $15 1337 SOlh. Gr. and cellar. DEERLE, DAVIS & CO.. 1310 P nw. $15.50 12E nw., 5r. frame. WALTER II. ACKER, 701 11th n $18-31C5-1117-3113 Haivard. Col Hts .Cr. frame. DEE1JLE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 Faw. S1&50 13-CO 13th st. nw., G ra., water. HEISKELL fc MCLERAN, 1003 F st. nw $18.50-227 and 220 10th no., Gr. and bath. DEEBLE. DAVIS & CO., 1319 V nw. 18.50 1032 aad 1C01 25th Bt, Gr. and bath GRAHAM & CAMPBELL, G17 14th st $20.00 1237 Pa. ave. nw., 2d floor: 3rs.;nico order. LATIMER & NLSI51T, 1201 G st. S20 1133 21th. Gr., bath, colored tenant I51UCE & LIPSCOMB. 612 14th at 20 1223 S, 6r., hot aad cold water. K. T. KAISER, S10 F nw. $20.50 lOr. nnd bath. G21 L et. ne. THOS.F.BARRETT&CO.. 519 12th. S20.50 East Capitol st , Gr. frame. JAS. M. YORK. & SON, 903 G st nw. S20.50-1435 W, 6r., bath, colored tenant I5P.ICE & LIPSCOMB, G1J 14;hat $21.50510 1st se , Gr. and bath. DEEI5LE. DAVIS & CO.. 331D F nw. $25.00 9r. nnd bath. 702 F st. no. THOS.F.BARRETT& C0..519 12th. J22.50-G15 East Capitol st:Sr. frame. JAS M. YORK & SON, 003 G at nw. S22.50 Fourth, near C ne., Sr. brick. JAS. M. YORK ,fc SON, 9GS G at nw. 22.50 100S Oth st nw.; 9r.. bath: m I. JAMES G. JESTER. GS0 Fst nw. $231221 H ne., 8 rooms aud bath; 3 story. C. G. RINGWALT, Room 8, Atlantic BuildiDg. S23.50 1123N. J. ave., 7rs. and bath, brick, a. in. t .LATIMER &NESBIT, 11-04 Gst S23.00 7 rs. and bath, a. m. i., Fst nwr W. L WILKERSON, G33 Fst nir $23.50108 E so., Sr., a. ml 511 lstsc, 7r. and catb, a. m. i. DEEDLE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 F nw. $25.00213 E st. ne.: Sis ,bath; m. L (April 23.) JAMES G. JESTER, 639 Fst uw. 5Sl00 A st se.; 8r. orick. JAS. M. YORK A- SON, 908 G st nw. S25 3219 Sid st, 12rs & h. 1C03 Meridian ave. Mi P Srs. DEEI5LE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 F st nw. S25.50 30l4thst se-,6r brick, all m. L C. T. YODER, G15 E st nw. 25.50 51G lstsa.7r., bath, a. m. t DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO.. 1919 F nw. $27.50 1117 Sst nw.; Sr., bath; m. L 527.50 3a U st nw.; 6rs. aad bath; rescp tioa hail: in. I. JAMES G JESTER, 689 Fst nw. $30423 Gth st sw., 9r brick, all mod; stable. C. T. YODEK, 613 Est nw. $30-00 310, 312 N. C. av. se.. Or., both new. C. T. YODEK. G15 Est nw. $C0.S0 3313 N st nw., 9 rs. and 1. HEISKELL & McLERAN, 1G03 F st nw. S30.50 140 R no.. Sr.. hath, kitchen on gr ft JOHN B. WIGHT. 3130 O SL $30.5046 E nw.. 7r.. m. i.: 223 N. Cap. st WALTER IL ACKER, 701 14th nw. S31.50 132H II st no., 3-story and cellar; 7 rs. and line store; key at 1330 II si ne. C. G. RINGWALT. Room 8. Atlantic Bldg. $32.50 2SOGNnw..30r. nnd bath. DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO. 3319 F nw. S35.00 46 and 52 R st. no.: 9 rs. and b.; m. L DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO. $35 003318. Brown St., Mt. Pleasant, 7 r. and bath, fr. cottage, a. u. i. 1-2 acre. DEEBLE, DAVIS& CO. S35.00 39th and Lyles sts., Tennallytown, 32- room brick house. WM. BP.IT1', Tonnallytown.D. C. 533.501214 5th st, cor. store and dwelling,? rs. HEISKELL & McLERAN, 1003 V st nw. $35.50133 E nw., 9,-.; 503 N. J. av 9r. 1921 17th nw., Sr , m. L WALTER IL ACKER, 701 llthaw. $35.502720 P, Dr., now. B1UCE & LIPSCOMB, 612 th st S39 9rs. and bath, furnace, a. m I., G stnw. W. L WILKERSON. C33 F at nw. $401101 31st, 12r. frame, a. m. I. DULBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 F nw. $101337 7th st nw , storo and cellar. HEISKELL & McLERAN, 1003 Fst nw. 840.50 1505-7-9 22d nw., 9r., now. 1S41 U nw, fir: 123 E nw.. Sr. WALTER H ACKER 701 11th nw. f 10.75 204 Indiana avo. nw.: Sr. brick. JAS. M. YORK & SONS, 903 G 8t nw. $42.50631 Md. avo. no ; llr.; m. L $42.50 053 Md. ava' no,; llr.; m. L JAMES G. JESThR, 639 Fst nw. $45.00 1821 Riggsplaco nxr., 8-3tory, 12-room bull brick. A STRAUSS, S03 7th st nw. S45.00 1427 N st. nw., 6 rooms. JOHN B. WIGHT. 1410 G. st nw. $50704 20th et., 10 rooms, brick, will be put in fine ordor. LATIMER & NESBIT, 1204 G St. $50.00430 M st. nw.. 10 rooms. JOHN B. WIGHT, 1410 G st. nw. 2501330 Corcoran St., 10r.; bath, a.m.t; stdo lot GRAHAM & CAMPBELL, 61711th st S50 3346 Princeton, Cot Heights, 32r., new. BIUCE & LIPSCOMB, 2 14th st- S52.50 llr. brlcfcE. Cap. st: brickstable. JAS M. YORK & SON, SOS G st nw. SCO G21 E Cap., 12 rs. and b., steam heat HEISKELL & MCLERAN, KXBFsL nw. $60-l53 P, 10r., otc.. E, T. KAISER, 810 F nw. $00 DoL av. & Cstne.,h'ntls'mebr.sti.tbr..l2r JAS. IL YORK & SON, 903 G st nw $65.002119 O st. nw., 12 rooms. JOHN B. WIGHT, 1410 G st. nw. $752516 13tU st nw.,131 rs. and h. HEISKELL & MCLERAN, 1003 F st. nw. 100-1112 1 st nw., IS rs , 2 b. HEISKELL & MCLERAN, 1008 F st nw. FOR RENT In Montrose Flats, 1115 9th st. nw., 7 rooms; bath, range, com plete; steam beat; elevator; possession Mayl. J.H.GRAY&CO. al9-2w FORRENT Drugstoreand ice cream par lor; superior toUnything In the city, located at intersection of Brightwood avenue aud Rock Creek church road, Petworth addi tion; terms reasonable. For particulars ap ply to AUSTIN r. BROWN & CO., 1416 F st. nw., or at above building in Petworth.. apl9-tf Bet. 4K and 6th Sts;, on Pa.. A v. 9 and Opposite B. and O. Depot. FOR REST HOUSES." 1234 Mass. ave. nw.. large dweMag on cor. 13th st. and Mass. ave.; ail mod. imps. 16 rooms, $101.04. 1747 18th st. nw., near Dupont Circle; large dwelling; all mod. imps.; 15 rooms; $75. 1761 P at. nw.. 13-room briek dwell ing; all mod. imp.; a good condition; $67.60. 1708 Lst. nw., near Conn, ave.; 12 rooms, 2 baths, all mod. imps.; rent, $50.53. 2030 G st. nw., large brick dwelling; alL mod. imps., 12 rooms and bath, permv., 35. 1120 9th st. nw., 4-story and celiac bnck dwelling; 13 rooms and. batb; all mod. imps.; $60.80. 410 Mass. ave. nw., 3-story and eeliar dwelling; central location; all mod. Imiis.r 10 rooms; $30.50. Call at office for fun list. ap21-3lA. S. CAYWOOD, 933 9thst.nw. FOR RENT 1511 20th et. nw.; 12r. and bath; ifi first-class condition; at $70. ROBT. I. FLEMING. 1018 12th sr. nw. ap20-llt 8-ROOM BRICK HOUSE, 1420 9a St. nw.; m. i.; .perfect ordn cars, schools, market; large yard. OWNER, on preinfeesj ap21-2t FOR RENT For the summer, a beautiful country house in the most, elegant neighbor hood id Virginia, on line or railroad. 3 1-2 hours from Washington; completely fur nished; library, linen, stiver, dairy, etc; very cheap. B. L. BLACKFORD, 1410 G St. artl9-7t for rent No. 1309 14th st nw., 11 rooms awl bath No. 121 1 Q st. nw., 10 rooms and batft. No.lGll 13th st. nw., 10 rooms and bnth. No. 1GC2 Vermont ave., 10 rooms and bath. Above houes can be rented at reduced rates for Uie summer months. A. HEITMULLER A CO.. a5-tf 1331 14th St. FOR RENT OR SALE Number o su burban homes, 5 to 17 rooms; low pcico to good, parties; also Colton Point Hotel. M. A. BALLINGER. 1422 Fst. nw. m31 -tf FOR RENT ROOMS. FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT; centrally located. Apply No. 722 Eleventh street northwest. FOR RENT Delightfully cool room In private family. With good board, smiat! for two jreiKleiwn; terms moderate: i!& required. No 200 New York ave. a21-2t A NICE FUR. ROOM, bath and all cn veaienees. $5 per month. 15 I ae near Government Printing Office. ap21-2t FOR RENT Second-floor front reoaa, "with alcove; also commnnieatiHg room; summer rates: all m. i.; home comforts; with board. 1206 5th st. nw., oearr. of M. ap21-2t FOR RENT 5 rooms, unfur.; 1 large room, fur.: at summer prices; 2 baths; good neighborhood; no children. No. 225 Est. w. ap21-2t FOR RENT Several nicely faraisiwd rooms, with excellent board, from $25 to $35 per month, aceorfiicg to room. 1710 G st. nw. al8-8t FOR RENT Two or three pleasant fur nished or unturnisbetf rooms: 2d floor. ligaC hmiRekeepiag; rent reasonable. 225 IL st ne. ap2l-3t TWO LARGE. light, handsomely iHr. rooms, suitable 2 or 3 gentlemen. 3 N. Y. ave. nw.. cor. N. Cap. ap21-2t NINB ROOMS ami stable; !os 100:s226; Charlton Heights, Md.; clear of tocam bWBce. THOS. F. BARRETT & CO. FOR RENT la private family, two bright, pleasant rooms; southern exposure. Willi good board; house overlooking New Hainpahhe avenue. 1752 Corcoran s. ap21-3S FOR RENT Two or three furnished er unfurnished rooms for light hout.ekeepiQe.if desired; near. G. P. office. Apply 501 1st st. ne. al-2t F OR RENT T wo second floor front rooesa, one unusually large with two closets is, tks other a single room, also other rooms with good table board. 1017 9th st aw. al8-7ttl WANTED HOUSES. WANTED Small bouse for cash custom ersin the northwest from $1,000 to $5,900. GRACE M. THOMAS, Room 100 Corcoran Building. a20-7t RAILROADS. RAILROAD. STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B SjTUHETS. In rffect April 21. lS 10.30 A M. PENNSYLVAN'LV LLM1T8P Fs. man Sleolag j:n:ng,Snto∈r. and. Obser vation Cars Hairisbur? to Chicago, Cincin nati, Indianapolis, ht Louis, Cleveland, and Toledo. Bullet Parlor Car to Harristmrg. 10:30 A. M. FAST LINK. Pullman Buna Par lor Car to Barrisbure: Parlor and Diniag Cars, Harrisburc to Pittsburc SS0 P M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOPIS EXPRESS. Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Harriaborg. Sleeping and Dining' Cars. Uarrisburg to St Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville, and Chicago. 7:10 P. M. WESTERN jSXI'RESS Pulhnaa Sleeping Car to Chicaco, and Harrisburg to Cleveland. Dininc Car to Chtcaso. 7:10 P. M. SOUTH-V.JbSTEKN EXPRESS. PaU lnan Sleeping aad Dining Cars to St Louis, ami Sleeping Car Harriaburg to Cincinnati. 10:10 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS PaUman Sleep ing Car to Pittsburg. 7:30 A. M. for Kane, anandatgua, Rochester, ' and Niagara Falls daily, oxcept Sunday. 10:30 A. M. lor Elciira and Renovs, daily, except Sunday. For Williamsport dally, 3:10 P. M. 7:10 P. M. for Williamsport, Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily, except Saturday, with sleeping car Washington to Suspension Bridge via Buffalo. 10:40 P. M. for Erie, Canandalgua. Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily; sleeping car Washington to Elmlra. For Philadelphia. New York, nnd the East. 4:00 P. Ml "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED," all Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Balti more, for Now York dally, for Philadelphia week-days Regular at 7.03 (Dining Car), 7:20, 9.C0, WHO (Dining Car), and 11:00 pin ing Car) a m., 12:33, 3:13, 4:20, 6.40, 100, and 11:33 p. ni. On Sunday. 73 (Dining Car), 7:20, 9.C0, 11.00 tDining Car) a. m.. 12U3. 3:15, 4:20,0.40. 10.C0. and 11:35 p. m. For Phila delphia only. Fast Express 750 a. m. week days. Express, 2.01 and 5:40 p. m. daily. For Boston, without chance, 753 a. m. week days, and 3:15 p m. daily. For Baltimore, 6.-25, 7:05, 7:20r 750, 9:00, 10.00, 1030, 310. and 3150 a. m., 32:15, 2:01, 3:15. 3:40. (43 Limited), 4:20, 4:36, 5tt, 6.03, 6:40, 7:10. 10:00, 10:10, 11-15, and 11:35 p m. On Sunday, 7.-05, 7:20, 80, 9.05, 10:30, 33:00 a in., 32:15. 1:13, 23, 3:35,3.40 tUQQ Limited), 4:20, 5:40, 63, 6:10, 7:10, 10:00, 10:40, and 31:85 p. m. For Pope's Creek Lino, 750, a. m. and 453 p m, daily, except Sunday. For Anapohs, 7:20, 90, and 1150 a. m., and 433 p. m. dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9.0J a. m. and 4:20 p. in. Atlantic Coast Line, Express for Richmond, Jacksonville, and Tampa, 4:30 a. m.,S30p.m. daily. Richmond and Atlanta. 8fl0 p. m daily. Richmond only, 1057 a. m. week days. Accommodation for Qnantico, 7:15 a. m. dally, and 4:25 p. m. week-dajs. For Alexandria, 4:30. 6:33, 7:45, 8:10. 9:13. 1057 1150 a. ra., 32:50. 1:10, 30,4J25, 50, 5:37, 6:13 82, 10:10, and 11.30 p ro. On Sun ay at 4.30 , 7:45. 9:45 a. m., 2:45, 6:35, 8.02, and 30:10 n. m. Leave Alexandria for Washington, 65, 6:13. 73, 80,9:10. 10:15, 10.23 a. m., 10, 233, 3.00, 35. 5:00, 50 6.13, 70, 7s, 9:10, 1052, and 313 p. m. On Sunday at 6:43, 9-JO, 1033 a. m.,8,15, 5i. 70, 70, 9:10, and 1052 p. m. Ticket offices, northeast corner of 13thstreet and Pennsylvania Avenuo, and at the station Sixth and B Streets, where orders can bo left for tha checking of haggago to destination from, hotels and residences. S. M. PREVOST, J. R. WOOD, General Manager: General Passenger AgS