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tHJS -WASHIKGrTO TIMES, FRIDAY, MAT 10, 1S95. FREE EXCURSIONS. TO BEAUTIFUL TUXEDO! THE GEM OF WASHINGTON SUBURBS. Why pay S200 for lots when forS35you can buy a better lot at TUXEDO on EASY payments? Tuxedo Is situated on the Pennsylvania Railroad, H of a mile out side the District line; adjacent and overlooking Washington, and within af ew minutes' ride of the center of the city. Station on grounds Commutation fare, 6 cents. It has a fine mineral spring. Ground h,Bh YOUR CHOICE OF ANY LOT FOR lO DAYS, FOR Warranty Deed Free. $ 3 Tho best Investment In Washington to-day this chance of a lifetime. uuy buofb pure air and Miring water, ana your Only a lew iiuuareu .wis iuji. j. jmuumt jio3vu.hu nu aiojjj jou to bulla. Small Payment Down Lxcursions Dally, 4X1 p. m. Sundays, a a. in. and 430 p. in. Free Tickets and Circulars at Offlco Tuxedo t3T-Brlng this ad. to lU.. Ul 1.' ju oil your GEN. CASEY'S ItETIREStEXT. He "Will Bo No Lonsrer Chief of Engi neers A f ter To-dny. Gen. Casey, chief of engineers, will re tire to-day. It lias been generally sup posed that Col. Wni. P. Craighlll would be appointed his successor, but it is now be lieved that the President Is seriously con sidering the promotion of the next man in line. Col. George II. Mcndell, who is in chirge of all public works on the Pacilic coast. t 1 Mendcll will retire October 12,1895, C I Abbott August 13, 1890. and Col. Craighill July 1, 1897. Friends of Col. Mendell arc urging that, he should not be 1 iissed over, and that by long and meri torious service he lias earned the proino t.3ii to which his rank entitles lilni, and that the fact that he has only a hhort time to serve should not deprive him of the Jioi 'W and -emoluments of retirement vpon the iiay allowed a brigadier general. 'X hese arguments, it is 6aid, have had c ".siJrrable weight Willi the 1"! evident. The promotions that follow Gen. Cas ey s retirement abide from the promotion ti chief engineer, are us follows. Lieut. C)l John W. Barlow, to be colonel; Alaj. D.ivil I' Heap, to be lieutenant colonel; Opt "Wm 1m. Marshall, to be major; Finsc Liut Henry E. Waterman, to be cap ta n i?oiid Lieut. Edgar Jadwiu, to be first lieutenant. Xotos Yroni tlie Courts. J'jlge Cole yesterday made an order in the suit uf Rev. W. C. Gowens agaiual Hie trusieosof Campbell A M E. Church, Hills dale The defendants Are required toMinw t-ause l'j-morrow why a mandnmiiK should n t lssue.compelliugtliemtoopeuiliedoors cf the ihurch for Mr. Gowens to preach. Amilia B Gill, daughter of Arthur F. Wr.lmarth, wlio died at Mt Hope, near Ii,.?iin 're, on March 1. liy)5, applied yos tcrljy f'T letters of administration tipua l..s cs'.ite The property consists of $-3,-000 Lie insurance and 2,200 secunucs c.il 'her per&oually. Mrs. Gill Js the c '.'y Loir. 11: unas H McICee and O. V. Chandlers y irlay applied to have Mr. McKee s -p .Mod admiuJsirntor or the estate of -jm II Chambers, who died at E. Cars- j$ N -HSJiiXtli slreel uoitheu&l, oU llisvli 21 last. "W.niam C awl Mary B. Clabangh and Atust Burgdorf brought suit yesiord.iy a..'s Lillie W Clabangh aud otiiers for the sale of lots 21 U 24, square JO, east nlejf Monroe street, near M. Georgetown. TZje jr perty Is Inlierlted from William Clataugh, wlih whom Mr. Burgdorr had aa agreement to buy. All the parties ti w wish to sell to one Dctrich f-.r4,ooo. Ju 'g Cox has ordered the t- lie of part rf 1 t A, Mjuaro 344. southeast aoruer of n. vt'Uh and F streets uorthweat. F. T. Br w uitig and M. J Colbert are appointed t Stll, under bonds or .$10,00u each. The rlcr i.i in the suit of Rui-c E. "Wheeler vs. Llwri Ct afield and others. A L'.'lue of a niotioii for an appeal to tl.e . urt of appeals in beuah of Tliomas J Taylor, couvicted of wife murder, was gicn In Judge Cole's court yesterday. Aiuplilon Gleo Club Election. The annual election of officers of the Amphiou Glee Clnb was held last night and the following persons were elected lo serve during the year ending May 3, 189G Mr. Jacob B. Walker, president; Mr, Frank B. Williams, secretary; Air. James H. Washington, treasurer; Mr. Wihlam G. Hurley, librarian; Mr. J. Hei.ry Lewis, manager and musical di rector. The several reports showed that the organization is in a very prosjwrous condition, and it was voted to accept the Invitation extended by the manage ment or the congress of cducnlors to send a representation from this club to give concerts in London and other English cities during the sessions or the proposed congress which "will be held in Loudon beginning July 13 next Pol Ico Court Grist. SJlmr cases were disposed of In the pi tice court yesterday as follows: Eliaha R.Mlns, larceny, fifteen days; Patrick MtNanura, assault, fifteen days; Joseph Wisl.ni, larceny, thirty days; George M. 7-lttl, threats, personal bonds; Mary Jule, vagrancy, thirty days; Alice Clarke, ragratky, personal bonds; John O'Connor flisi rderly conduct, fifteen days; lUchard "" t.tee, disorderly conduct, fifteen days; Rise Warfield, larceny, sixty days; Cclta Rifd, larceny, thirty days; Michael Lau UaJj, vagraucy. thirty days. HOUSES AND "VEHICLES. TOR SALE Small buggy horse; a lady can drive him; also harness aud side-bar l)i:ggy. almost new; no n-asonablc offer xi rased- owner has no use for them. Call at 3 1 2 McLean ave. s w. m9-at TO BUY, SELL OH EXCHANGE A HORSE, CARRIAGE or HARNESS -CALL AT- S. BENSINGER'S Horse and Carriage Bazaar, 940 LOUISIANA AVENUE. The Largest Stock of CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, SPRING WAGONS, Carts and Harness in this city. AUCTION SAL.E OF Horses, Carriages and Harness EVERY Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 10 A. M. 5 l0 Per CBn!i off for cash' for a home or Investment. Don't miss jour iaiuuj-n m iui mo fcnoui c lavobunoui m iruuiu in a year. and SI Weekly. CL . ". office. It Trill cav purcnase. ASrUSEMENTS. IS1 lTEW national tiieateh-this week. N Every Evening, Wod. and Sat Matinees. WILSON BARRETT SMKISign of the Cross. NextWeek-NAT. C. GOODWIN. ACADEMY. GRAND OPERA. Popular Trices, 25c, SOc, 75c and S1.00. HINRICHS gr'cipanva avenfadgar,lThe Barber of Seville Van Cauteren, Synnoburg, Del Papa, Campa narl, ViTlauL , , , Sat. Mat, CARMEN'; Sat Eve., ERNANI. Noxt AVeeU Entlro changn of Oporas. Soats and repertoire cards now roady. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. EDWARD n. ALLEN, Managor. Ere. at 8 15. Saturday Matinee at 2. SECOND WEEK. THIRD COMEDY SEASON. FREDERIC BOND &COMPANY In the four-act comic drama. MONSEIGNEUR. Roservod seats. 75c, 50c and t3a Geuoral Admission. 25c. May 13 Third vreeU T11E IRISH AMBASSADOR teats now on sale. TUTLER'S BIJOU THEATER. Thic Uoalr Beau 15c, 23c and 50a llllS TfBBXi Mats. Tues.Thurs. Sat. Mark Twain's Great Farce Comody, TOM SAWYER, Orer which all Now York Is laughing Replete with songs dances aud funny selections. Next woek-ELLKN VOCHEY in 4 plays. pONVENTlON HALL Baseball by Electricity. The Compton Electric System. TO-DAY at 4:30 P. M.f WASHINGTON VS. CHICAGO. Admission, 10c and 25c KEHNAN'S LYCEUM Til EATER. ALL THIS WEEK. Watson Sisters Burlesque Company, Introducing New York's 1 atest Sensation, THE BRONZE STATUES. Next Week TUo Fay Foster Company. EXCURSIONS RIVPR Sunday. May 12. view. Arion Singing Society Elaborate Musical Trograinmo Prize Bowl ing Chris .Arth, Jr.'s Superb Hand. bam'I J. l'entz Sunday at 10:45 a. in., 3 and G p. in. Tickets 25c. E. a RANDALL, Solo Proprietor. Seasoa tickets Just issued. 13 trips, S2 50; 14 trips, 11. For sale throughout tho city and at RiTcr View office. myHWt MARSHALL HALL. May Schedule. RTEAMKR CHAttL.ES MACALE3TER leaves for Marshall Hall at 10 a. in. and 2.30 p. m.; returning, readies Washing ton at 2 and 5 30 p. m. STEAMER RIVER QUEEN leaves for all river landings at 9:30 a. in.; returning, n-aclies 'WuMitnj;tnii at 3 p. in. PLANK SHAD DINNER EVERT DAY. For charters, dinners, &c, apply at office, Seventh and M streets southwest. Telephone call. 825. tf "Colonial Jleacli." Palace steamer. "City of Richmond," Passenger capacity, 2,000. Now charter ing for this popular resort. Season be gins .May Will. Time rapidly filling. Special rates to Sunday-schools and lodges. Magnificent orchestra, aud all modern con veniences on boat. Hotel opens May 30th; new management. Call on or address RU33ELL COLEGROVE, General Man ager, 14 24. N. Y. avenuo. m-tf SUMMKIl ItESORTS. BOARDERS in country; sixminutes' walk from station; cool, healthy; near mountains; 4r minutes from "Washington. MISS MAY', V len nn, Ya. m9-2t Hotel Powhatan, CnARLESTOWN, W. VA Finest Summer Resort offered to Washington. Now bouse. Elegantly furnished. Only two hours by tho P. & O. R. R. Four trains daily. Undornew manngemont. Will bo opouodJune 5. Spanlal rates lor Juno. For terms and all information call nt tho Buckingham, V23 Fifteenth street northwest W. L. SHEI'ARD, 31anager. DEER PARK AHD OAKLAND, On the Crest of the Allcghcnics. (Main Line B. & O. tt. R.) SEASON OPENS JUNE 22nd, 1895. Bates $G0, $75 and 90 a month, accord ing to location. Furnished cottagfiB, with facilities for housekeeping, if desired, 4.50 lo G0O per season. Address GEORGE D. DeSHIELDS, Manager, Cumberland, Md. FOR EXCHANGE. EUGENE BOYENS & CO., Room 00, Washington Loan and Trust Buildtag, Cor. 9th and F Sts. N. W. "We neither pay nor receive commis sions as we handle and sell only our own property nnd guarantee all our trans actions. We have stocks of merchandise, nearly all kinds, consisting of popular brands or cigars, buggies, and carriages of the latest designs and make, Jewelry and patent medicines, all at manufac turers' prices, to exchauge for real estate. We also have some first marigage notes secured ou giltedge East ere real estate aud signed by responsible parties that we would exchange for stocks or merchan dise or any good business located in Washington. EUGENE BOYENS & CO. nil0-3t - WE nATE for exchange farms, house lots and improved city property located in all parts of the United States; if you have any real estate or personal properly that youvish to dispose of it would pay you to caw and see us; wo will have some thing t o offer you, as we are headquarters for trades of all kinds; if you can't call send for list of property. EUGENE BOY ENS & CO., Room G6, Washington Loan aud TniRt Building, cor. 9th. and J? sis. nw. myl0;3t PERSONALS. PERSONAL The fellow who was Eeeu last night picking up money in Qers tenberg's restaurant, shortly after 12 p. m. yesterday, Tuesday, please relurn to OTTO PRUEFER, waiter; no questions asked. ml0-3t I AH NOT A COUNTESS nor a Gypsy queen; am not a seventh daughter; was not bom with a caul; am not something now aud just arrived, but am MME. FRANCIS, one of .the oldest established mediums, and am here to stay. Am not indorsed by the clergy, but am Indorsed by some of the most learned nnd influential people of our city and many others; am here to help all those that aro in trouble. Life riven from cra dle to grave. Cards, 2c; trances, 50. Hours, 9 to 9. 406 Eabt Capitol street. Tho"e that aro in trouble call aud bo con vinced . my8-7t GEORGE 920 F-St. (Harry Park's), is where I got those 50 visiting cards for 25c. I couldn't believe they were bo iilco till I got mine. GETBOME. 31 WARM weather is almost here. You'll want a spring suit. Wo have elegant ones "slightly worn" and custom made that it will pay yoti to call and see. JUSTIl'S OLD STAND, 619 D 6t. nw. m7-7t DON'T PAY from 20 to 35 percent, more for your papering than it is worth by going to the uptown stores when it. can be doue much cheaper. Hou scs papered rroin $'M up. CHAS. N. EVANS, 222 13th st. aw. my-t - lit POWDERED BUTTERMILK Baking Powder is Bluegrass Kentucky cream re duced to a dry powder and mixed with finest cream tartar and soda. All grocers. my5-7t MME. GOFF, tho renowned clairvoyant, has arrived in the city, has taken rooms at 616 F st. nw.; can be consulted on the past, present, and future; advlco on all business matters; consulted from 9 a. m. st. nw. niy8-7t DC? HP C AV WONDERFULCLAIR iiWr. VL-.rt I 5 royant and medium, tells your llfo from cradloto grave; every hidden mystery revealed; tolls the business that will bring you greatest success; In love affairs ho never falls; unites separated; rccovors losses; causes speedy marriages; romoves ovll influ ences; foretells with a certainty all commercial and buslno'S transactions; twelve years estab lished. Ladles and gomlemon, DO cents each. Uours9to9; open Sunday. 4S9 llfiL, bet ii and Cth sts. sir. MME. BROOKE ells all tnc events of life; all business confidential; Indies and gentlemen, 50 cents each; hours, 9 a. in. lo 9 p. in. 605 New York ave. nw. near 6th st. ml-l-lt WHAT'S THE use of having a leaky or rusty roof when theELASTICROOFPAINT CO. will paint nny dwelling root for $3.50. LeakB patched free. Satisfaction or no pay. 615 E at. nw. ARISTOS, the best blood purifier. Will cure Syphilis, Scrofula. Eczema, and all bad blood disorders. All druggists Prico 50c and 1.00. f niayO-lmo Just opened. Scientific mas Ego,vapor,plaln, and sea-salt baths; magnetic treatment; restful and curative. 'J a.m. to 9p. m. MME. BUUNETJ, 512 Est. nw. Apr7-tf T A TVTPQ NEEDING CONFIDENTIAL JuJ:.UXj2jD treatment. A safe and sure relief in all female trouble; constipation, irregularities, tumor, cancer, cpium habit, fistula, etc. Separate rooms lor patients before and during confinement, and laid homes foi infants if required. Strictly con fidential. Mrs. Dr. Czarra Renner, 34 B street northeast, Washington, D. C. MME. ESTELLE tells nil the events of life in German and English; hours 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.; 25 and 50 cents; cures all cases of running or dry sores; 913 19th st. nw. apr24-lmo DR. LEON, ill Missouri Avenu Northwest OFFICE HOURS. 10 TO I, CTOJ. DR. TAYLOR, 900 F ST NW.. MAKES FULL eets of teeth for $2; satisfaction guaran teed; teeth extracted without paiu; gold fill ing, $1; amalgam, 50 cents. nir-3m J. T. WALKER SONS, 204 10th St. nw., carpet lining, felts., firo brick and clay, asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement, two and three-ply roofing matenul. apr21-lmo HUSENESS CHANCES. IF YOU are looking for a huMness op portunity and have some capital to invest jt would be for your interest 10 call and see us, as we handle only nuch business opportunities aa will stand the closest investigation; we guarantee all cur trans actions. EUGENE BOYENS "c CO., Room 66, WasUlngton Loan and Trust build ing, cor. F and 9th sts. nw. .nyl0-3t "NOW IS YOUR CHANCE" Must 6ell; two horses; take your choice; one for 25, the other for 50; sound and gentle; good workers. Call "at 234 7th Kt. sc. myiu-3c WE HAVE an elegant 12-room house nearly new, with two lots or land, located in Laugdon, D. C, with only small incum brance, we will exchange for a stock of merchandise, groceries, gents' furnishing goods or drug store; if you want a bargain call and see us. EUGENE BOYENS & CO., Room 66, Washington Loan and Trust Building, cor. 9th and F sts. nw. myl0-3t FOR SALE At a sacrifice, slock and fixtures of grocery store, to ls removed at once; horse and wagon included. 900 3d st. so. ray9-2t DORSEY CLAGETT, 612 14TH ST. NW., General broker in local stocks and bonds at best market prices, all dividend and in terest paying. my7 lm PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS FOR STEEL FRAME FOR FIRE-PROOF BUILDING Office Public Buildings aud Grounds, War Di-parunent, Washington, D. C, May 10, 1395. Scaled proposals In duplicate, will be leceived here until 2 p. m., Wednesday Mjy 29, 1895, for furnishing and recting:,'jinplele. in position, the steel frame for a firt-jiroof building, to be constructed a; tho I rittd Slates GovernmeutPrintingOff ice. Amount of steel required is 450 tons, more or less. Plans can be seen and specifications and forms for proposals obtained here. Right is reserved to reject any and all proposals. JOHN M. WILSON, Col. Eng'rs.. -ml0,ll,13,14t27,28 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, Washington, D. C, May 1, 1S95. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of tho Commissioner of Patents until 12 o'clock, noon, of Saturday, May 11, 1895, for producing copies or drawings of the weekly issues of patents and of trade murk certificates, for producing copies of draw ings on a reduced scale for the library edition of patents, for producing copies of exhausted patents, for producing copies of drawings of pending applications, of for eign patents and publications, reproducing by silver print photographs photographs of designs, and for producing the Otlk-iul Gazette, Including weekly, monthly, quar terly, and annual indexes of patents and trade-marks, by the lithographic, photo lithographic, or any other process, f6r tho fiscal year beginning July K, 1895J and ending Juno 30, 1806. All or said work will be contracted for and performed under the direction of the Commissioner of Pat ents, under such limitations and condi tions as the Joint Committee on Printing may from time to time prescribe. Specifi cations and specimens aud a form of pro posal will bo furnished upon application. All bids accepted and contracts awarded will be subject to the appropriation of 99,655, for the Official Gazette and in dexes, and 61,129 for the remainder of the work. Bonds with approved sureties for the faithful performance and execution of the work called for by coutract will be required. The Commissioner reserves the right to reject any and all bids received and to accept bids for tho production of the Official Gazette or of the illustrated pages thereof separate from all olher work, or any bid may be accepted entire. The process to be used in the performance of the work must be stated, and If other than the lithographic or photolithographic process, must bo accompanied with speci mens of the work. All proposals must be submitted in 'duplicate, addressed to tho Commissioner of Patents, sealed, and en dorsed on the envelope "Proposals for Photolithographic Work, Patent Oriice." Tho proposals will be opened at the lime and place above stated, and- bidders aro invited to bo present "at such opening. JOHN S. SEYMOUR, Commissloper. m.2-46-8-10 11 AUCTION SATiES. JOSEPH TJROTnERS &CO., AUCTIONEERS, C37 La. avo. BIG SALE TO-DAY. THURSDAY, Hay 9, at 10 a. in., we shall hold our regular somi-wookly sale of, Household Furnituro. Unusually good assortment C1IAS. WEEKS, SALESMAN. DUN0ANS0N BROS., AUCTIONEER'S. TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO BRICK DWELLINGS SITUATE ON N STREET, BETWEEN FIRST AND SECOND STREETS SOUTHEAST. By virtue of two deeds of tmstslo usbcar Ing date April 16, 190, and recorded in liber 1469, folios 451 et tea, aud 455 et fceq. or the land records of tho District of Columbia and at the retuest of the party secured thereby, wo I will sell at public auction in iront of the lurciniies on TUESDAY, the TWENTY-FIRST DAY OF MAY, A. D. Ifc95, beginning at 4:30 o'clock p. m., the following pieces or parcels of land situate in tho City of Washington, District or Columbia, aud being all of lots numbered 54 and 55, in CHARLES GESS FORD'S sub-divlsiou of lots lu squaro numbered 744 as per plat recorded 111 Book 17, page 80 , of the records of the surveyor's office of the District of Columbia, together with Improvements, etc. Property will bo sold separately. TERMS OF SALE: One-third cash .bal ance in one and two years, for which notesof the purchaf-er, secured by deed of trust on tho property sold, aud bearing interest at the rate of G por cent, per annum. Interest payable semi-annually, will to taken, or all cash at purchaser's option. A depositor 100 will be required at time or tale ou each house sold. All convoyanclug and recording at purchaser's cost. Tonus of sale to be complied with in fifteen days from date of tale, othorwisc trustees re servo tho right to resell tho property ab risk aud ost or defaulting purchaser or purchasers. CHARLES II. CRAGIN. Trustee. ROBERT E. BRADLEY, Trustee. m9-d&ds TRUSTEES SALE RATCLIFFE. DARR & CO., Auctioneers, 921 Pa. ave. nw. TRUSTEES SALE OF VALUABLE BUSI NESS PROPERTY, KNOWN AS 1802 AND 1S04 UTH STREET NORTII WEST. AT AUCTION, IMPROVED BY FRAME OFFICE, SHEDS AND STA BLES. By vlrtuo of a deed of trust given to us, and duly recorded In Liber No. 1676, at folio 331, et seq., one of (ho land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of tho parly secured thereby, we will sell at public auction, in front of tlie premises, on FRIDAY, the 17th day of May, A. D. 1895, at 5 o'clock p. m., the fol lowing described land and premises, situ ate in the city of Washington, District of Columbia, and designated as aud being the south forty (40) feet front on Eleventh Btreet, by depth of one hundred feet and one inch (100.1) of original lot numbered twelve (12), in square numbered three hun dred and six (306, with the improvements thereon. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid incash, the balance In one and two years from the day of sale, the de ferred payments to lxs secured by deed of trust 011 the premises sold, and to boar Interest from the day of sale at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum, pa j able semi annually, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of 200 required at the time of sale. Terms to be complied with In fifteen days from the day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of tho defaulting purchaser. .All convey ancing, recording, etc., at the. cost of the purchaser. JAS.R.WILnER.Trustec. ROBERT G. CALLUM .Trustee. m6-d&ds FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. LAWN GRASS SEED, fcrtfirzer, insecti cide, sprinklers' for 'plants anil, lawns, mon keys, parrots, canaries, niqukiug birds, gold fish, dogs, and fancy pigeons. SCHMIO'S, 712 12th st. nw.', brunch 1221 Pa. ave. " Viyl0-tt FOR SALE Lunch room, f frsttclass trade and profitable; owner obliged to go South; will sell to quick buvor; a bargain. Ap ply to R. P. EVANS, Attorney, 617 F st. nw. -mlO-lt FOR SALE Contents of confectionery and lunch room, consIsUirg of curiain," show case, counter, chairs, tables, caudy Jars, scales, gas stove, gasoline stove, range, etc.; cheap. 1905 7th st. nw. inl02tr FOR SALE Fresh stock of groceries, with fixtuies; will invoice about 50U; good cash trade; a bargain if sold soon; living rooms; rent low. 317 K st. nw. m9-4t FOR SALE 2-burner gasoline stove, 1.75; 6-foot extension table, 2.75; 5 gal. French drip corree urn, 8; street water hose and roof, 1.50. 410 N st. nw. FOR SALE Coupe in good order; or would exchange Tor good lop buggy: can be seen at 1246 M st. no. m8-3t FOR SALE Two sets of copper soda water apparatus, bottling ticuulics, a tlneo decker wagon, horse and harness. In quire of Win. N. H. Maack, No. 496 N st. sw. m8-7t A FINE grocery and provision stand with nil conveniences, horse, wagon, stock, etc., for 5600 cash. Apply early to J. D. SULLIVAN, 13th and G fct. nw. m7-7t MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY to loan in large or small sums. Monthl payments or straight 5 aud 6 per cent. Builders' loans a specialty. WM. M. YAGER & CO., room 17, Washington Loauand Trust BTdg. m9-7t MONEY TO LOAN All classes or real easlale loans made with promptness at cur rent rates. THE McLACHLEN REAL ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor uer 10th and G streets uw. mUtC MONEY anysuWdesired At 5 and C nor cent ap25-3m WALTER 1L ACKER, 701 14th st nw 1M ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. LIFE OF BORROWER INSURED For amount advanced; eftsy payments; about equal to rent. R. L. GOODMAN, np30-3mo C03 13 in st. nw. MONEY To loan. If you desire to borrow on real estate come direct lo my ofiice; interest 5 per cent. THOS.F.BARRETT&CO.,51912lhst.nw a30-3ra MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT lowest rates of interest; no delay in closing transactions. a C. GREEN, &p24-3in 303 7th st nw. MONEY TO LOAN FirsLtrjust on city property only, to bo paid back in small monthl payments. $, ' On $1,000. monthly payment.l S9.31 On $2,000, monthly payment 18.62 On $3,000, monthly payment... 27.03 Abovo payments Include -interest. JAMES G. JESTER. 639 F St. n.w. myl-3mo MONEY TO LOAN-11,000 TO 8100,000, AT 5 per cent, on real estato tdcurlty. No de lay. WJ1 H. SAUNDERS & CO., mi-15-3mos " 1407 F st nw. it CONCERNING LOANS ". AND INVEST V ments' Road this1 booklet carefully before borrowing or investlnj;. Call and get a copy froe, B. H. WARNER & CO., 91b F st. nw. fo22-dmo T7ASniNGTONMORTGAGE LOAN COJIP ANY it will lend you 9'iO and upward oh furnituro, pianos, horses, wngona, etc.; no publicity and property to remain in your undisturbed posses sion; loaus paid in nart or in full at auy timo to suit tho conTonience of the borrower, aud any pnrt paid reduces the coat of carrying tho loan In proportion to tho amount paid. WASHING TON MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY, 610 F at n. w. nsONEI TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURN'I- ture, pianos, horses, carriages, wagons, &&; the property will remain undteturped, In your pos session; terms easy; lowest rates; priTato offices; nil buHlness strictly confldential; you can haro tho money tho day you apply for It; payments can bo made on tho principal at any time; each payment made will lessen the cost of carrying tho loan. Please call on CAPITAL LOA1T GUARANTEE CO.. COS F st nw., -main floor. HK. FULTON'S LOAN OFFICE. 1218 PA are. n. w. Established in 1S70. Money loaned on watches, diamonds, Jewelry, silTer ware, oic. Special bargains In watches, jewelry, nnd silvorware. i eiW-biao SPECIAL NOTICES. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Tho Board of Officers of tho Graceland Cemetery Association of tho District of Columbia, will proceed on and after May 13,1895, to remove all bodies now buried in Graceland Cemetery in accordance V 1th an act of Congress, approved August 3, 1894. By o.-dor of the Board of Of ficers. B. N. MEEDS, m9-3t Treasurerand Secretary. WILL PAY REWARD to gentleman who occupied tent near door on Georgetown ca)lc car going cast, at about 1:30 a. m. DECEMBER 19, 1894, who saw a man fall iroiii car at P ni&yivunia avenuo and Third street nw. when getting off, it ho will send name and address to Preston Williamson, Warder Building, 9th and F. ina (t HELP WANTED FIS.UA LT3 WANTED Cooks, chambermaids, wait ressers, genoral houseworkers, white and colored; also butlers, porters, drivers, coachmen, bell boys and laborers. BROOKE INDUSTRIAL AGENCY, 730 11th fit. nw. ml0-2t WANTED A woman for genoral house work, in country, on electric car lino. Ap ,ply at HOUSE & HERRMANN, 9217 St. n w. ' ml0-2t WAKTED Young colored girl to attend to baby. my0-2t Call at 905 4 1-2 st. ht. WANTED Two girlstosewontairs. Ap ply this morning. NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE, 311 7th st. nw. m9-2t HANDS wanted on shirt waists ttnd reefers, to take work home. Call at 182-i 7 Ih st. n w. m8-3t TLELP "WANTED MALE. WANTED At once, two good bushel men; corne prepared to go to work. Apply to Mr. Latz, foreman, at ROBINSON, CHERY & CO.'S, 1200 F st. myl0-2t WAN7.ED A boy about 18 years old that understands something about waiting on a lunch counter iu a restaurant. Apply 943 B st. nw. ml0-2t WANTED Good journeyman barber, at ml0-2t 1011ECapitolst.no. BO Y WANTED One tosettypcand make himself useful In printing ofrice. Call at 213 41-2 St. nw. ml0-2t WE WANT nn active, temporatc man to act as collector aud make himself gen erally userul in business in tine city; posi tion permanent; talary 15 to 0 per week; must havoSuOO catih to invest, which amount will be tecured on real es tate. EUG ENE BOYENS & CO., Room 66, Washington Loan and Trust Building, cor. 9th and F fits. nw. iniu-3t' WANTED A limited number of expe rienced industrial insurance men; steady employment; salary and commission; en tile new nnd attractive feature on indus trial polities. Apply before 10 a. m. to H. 0. R1SDON, Thorn building, 12th nnd F sts. 11 w. my 10 -3 1 WANTED Young man, 18 years of age, inamilkdairy. Callat031Dst.uw. ni9-2t WANTED A reliable man for general work on a email place near the city. Must understuud gardening, the care of a horse and cow. etc. Wages to start with 12 oio. and board. Apply to M. V. T1ER NEY. Attorney, No. 604 and 606 5th st.nw. in'.-:it WANTED Experienced man to Miiicit advertisements, for country paper. Address HERALD, Hyattsville. Md. - ni9-2t WANTED Colored boy who understands cutting meat, and to make, himself usetul in green grocery; come well recommended. Apply 500 22d St. nw. my9-2t BARBER WANTED District Barber Shop, 5th aud D sts. uw. Jll9-2t P. BONAVIERS. WANTED An experienced canvasser on salary. Apply this ofiice, 8, this (Thurs day) 'morning. mu-2t WANTED Real estate salesmen to sell lots in College Tnrk; business good: ex cellent opportunity. Spe JOHNSON & AGNEW, Room 15, Washington Loan and Trust Co. building. ap27-tf EXPERIENCED MAN WANTED to so licit advertisements for newspaper. HER ALD, Hyattsville, Md. ap20 SITUATIONS "WANTED MALE. WANTED By young colored man, situ ation or position as porter; best refs. Address 631 A st. se. ml0-2t SITUATION WANTED A young man, 18, a position as btenogrnpher ana tpe writer. L. J.H., 212 1 1th st.se. ml0-2t WANTED Position as bar-tender, by white man; will work for small wages. A. M. S this office. uilu-2t WANTED A situation in a bakery by an experienced German baker. Address A. E. K., this office ml0-2t WANTDD Young man, 18 ycarsofagc, would like a place to run elevator or place inamilkualry. Call at 63 ID st.nw. my-2t WANTED Situation as driver or stable man, by a colored man; good reference; Call or address J. W. J., 1031 17th st. nw. mt)-2t A FIRST-CLASS machinist, toolmaker wants to take charge of tool room or ex perimental work, etc. Address TOOL MAKER, this orfice. ni9-2t WANTED Situation as coachmau; eco nomical feeder; with private family or doctor; night calls not objectionable. Ad dress BERNARD, 1400 28th St., George town, D. C. my9-2t WANTED By a young man, a place as butler or houseman in private fuunly, or porter in store; can give first-clius rers. Call or address B. V., 1130, rear of 20th et. nw. ni3--.it SITUATIONS TV ANTED FEMALE. NEAT rospectnble colored girl would like- place as nurse, chambennaid, or wait ress; no objection to leaving town; good reference. Apply 1441 L st.nw. mlu-2t WANTED If you have any washing to t. home., or laundry work, please glvs give me a call; good refs. if needed. Mr8.E.l).,625Pomeryst.iiw. m!0-2t TWO young ladies, writing plain busi ness hand, wantotflce wcrk, copying, mail ing circulars, or addressing envelopes; best of ref. M. M. Z . , this office. ml0-2t SITUATION WANTED Position as cook by colored woman; willing to do housework. Address 340 Maine av. m9-2t WANTED By a white widow, 25 years old, an ofrice to clean. M. E. this of fice. ' m0-2t . AN HONEST, respectablo colored girl would like place as uurte or chambermaid to go awav; uood city ref. Call or address 2-147 Sth et."" nw. ni9 t WANTED Position of trust by n lady; age, 29; cashier In dnig, grocery, or con fectionery store, eafo, or coal ofiice. Ad dress L. 0., this office. s my9-2t "WANTED By young lady suddenly thrown upon her own resources, position as store-room girl, or any position of trust. Call or address 1108 15tb st. nw. m9-2t YOUNG GIRL thrown on own resources, speaking German and English, wishes to attend child and teach German; will leave city. Apply 1210 9th St. nw. from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. my9-2t WANTED Situation bjr working house keeper; is a thorough cook and worker; couutry or city; with good family; good refs. A. B. C, this office. my9-2t WANTED Place to wash, iron, and do general housework. 310 Baptist court, iu rearF St., bet. 9th and 10th sts. nw. m9-2t WANTED By a respectable colored woman, washing and Ironing to do. Call or address 912 27th st. nw. my7-4t STORAGE. Store Your Furniture With us before you go to the country. Very low rates absolute safety Insurance. Money advanced on stored goods. JOSEPH BROS & CO., 637 LA. AVENUE Take Dinner Here. Anytime you like. Our 50c TABLE D'HOTE DINNER Is always up to the highest standard of perfection In cooklns variety of dishes and excellent service. A bottle of cool claret Included In the menu. Hotel Emrich, FOR RENT HOUSES. In the following list houses for rent are classified by price, thus enabling persons looking for houses to see at a glance whatthey 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 high or too low. 5.002 Scott st.. 2 r. brick honso (col). DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO. 6.301232 2d at. sw 4r. b.; water. I JAMES G. JESTER, 639 F fit. uw. 8.S0 3103Knw..4r. DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., MM Fnw. $8.50 Rear of 131 L st. nw., 4 moms. E. T. KAISER , 810 Fst. $9.00 010 Sheridan st. nw.: 5-rra brick. DAVID D. STO.NE, &06 F st. nw. S9.3 0320 L no 4rs wa. DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO.. 1319 Fst nw. $12.00418 M st. sc., 6r. b.; papered. JAMES G. JESTER, 639 F st.nw. $12.00420 M 8t so., 6r. b.; papered. JAMIiS G. JESTER, 639 F st.nw. $12.502716 Poplar nw.. Or. bk. (col). DEEBLE. DAVIS & CO.. 1319 P nw. tl 2.50-1123 7thst so.,5r brtclo C. T. VODER. 615 Est. nw. 612.5012 Patterson st ne , 5 rs. HEISK.ELL & .McLERAN. 100S F st nw. $14.502442 P st. nw., 0 rooms. E. T. KAISER, 810 F St. $15 1337 20th. 6r. and cellar. DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 F nw. $15.5012 E nw., 5r. frame. WALTER iL ACKER, 704 11th nw. $10.30-2123 and 2125 10th St. nw., G rooms . GRAHAM & A MPIJELL, G1714thst.uw. $16.3032 am 34 Lst. nw., 6 rooms. GRAHAM & CAMPBELL, 617 1 tlh st. $18 HC5-:il7-lU9 Harvard, ColHts .r. frame. DEEBLE, DAVIS &, CO., MM F nw. 818.50-227 and 229 10th no., Or. and bath. . DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., MM F nw. $19.30616 Lst. ne., 6 rooms and bath. E. T. KAISER, 810 F et. $20.40408 O et. nw.. 6 rooms and bath. THOS. F. BARRETT & CO. 525 13th at. nw. 20.50 Two squares from H Et. cable hew 10 room and basement; cheapest house in town;. 625 L St. ne. THOS. F. BAR RETT & CO., 519 12th st. nw. 20.50 Three squares from H St. cable; lOr. and b.; cheapest house in city; 623 L st. ne. THOS. F. BARRETT & CO., 51912thst-nw. $21.50 610 1st se..6r. and bath. DEEBLE. DAVlb H CO.. 1313 F nw. S25.00 9r. and bath. 702 F St. ne. TIIOS.F.BARRETT& CO.. 519 12th. $23.50 103 Ese., Sr., a. ml. till lst sa, 7r. and cath, a. m. L DEEBLE, DAVIS i: CO., 13M F nw. S25 12M32d st, 12rs Jt b. 1103 Meridian are. Mt P Srs. DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 F st. nw. $25.30710 N. C. av. se., 6r & b.; re duced from $30. THOS. F. BARRETT & CO. . 525 13th st. nw. S25.50 301 4th st sa.Cr brick, nil m. I C. T. YODER. CM E st. nw. 25.50516 lst se., 7r., bath, a. m. I. DEEBLE, DAVIS Sz CO., 1919 F nw. $27.50 120l U fai. mv.,7r. b.; recep. hall. JAMES G. JESTER, 03U F st. nw. 830.00310, 312 N. C. av. se., dr., both new. C. T. YODEH. 015 Est. nw. $30-24 3d St. cellar. ne.; all mod.; 8 rooms and C.T. YODER, 015Eat.uv. $30.5046 E nw.. 7r.. m. I ; 223 N. Cap. st WALTER IL ACKER, 704 14th nw. $31.00211 llthst se ,9r.b.;cel.fnr.,now JAMES G. JESTER, 639 F st.nw. $32.50 SWXJ N nw . lOr. and bath. DEEBLE, DAVIS i CO. 1319 F nw. $35.00 40 and52Rst, ne.:9rs. and b.; m. L DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO. $35.003313 Brown St., Mt. Pleasant, 7 r. and bath. fr. cottage, a. m. i. 1-2 acre. DEEBLE, DAYIS& CO. 535.00 39th &LyIes sts.. Tenl'n, 12-r br'kh WM. BRlTT.Tennallytown. D. C. $35.601244 5th st., cor. store and dwelling," ra. HEISKELL & McLERAN, 1003 Fst nw. $35.50113 E nw., 9.-.; 003 N. J. av., 9r. 1921 17th nw., 8r , m. L WALTER IL ACKER. 704 14th nw. $401401 Slst, 12r. frame, a. m. L DEEBLE, DAVIS & CO., 1319 F nw. $40.50653 Md. ave. ne., llr. b.; papered. JAMES G. JESTER, 639 F st.nw. $40.50651 Md.ave.ne.,llr, b.;papered. JAMES G. JESTER, 63U F st.nw. 540.50 1505-7-3 22d nw., 9r.. new. 1341 U nw, lln 125 E nw.. Sc WALTER U ACKER. 704 14th nw. 45.001521 Rlggs pt nw . 3-story. 12-r. buff n. A STRAUSS, 303 7th st nw. FOR RENT In Montrose Flats, 1115 9th st. nw., 7 rooms; bath, range, com plete; steam heat: elevator; posessslon May 1. J. II. GRAY & CO. my4-7t FOR RENT Drugstore and ice cream par lor; superior to v.ny thing in the city, located at intersection of Brightwood avenue and Rock Creek church road, Petworth addi tion; terms reasonable. For particulars ap ply to AUSTIN P. BROWN & CO., 1416 F st. nw., or at above building in Petworth. apl9-tf FOR RENT 721 6th st. ne., 6 rooms and bath; a.m.i.; $18.50 permo. J.H. GRAY & CO., m4-14t 637 F st. uw. FOR RENT a No. 1309 14tb st. nw., 11 roomsandbath. No. 121 1 Q st. nw., 10 rooms and bath No. 1611 13th st. nw., 10 rooms and bath. No. 1602 Vermont ave., 10 looms and bath. Above houses can be rented at reduced rates for tlie summer months. A. HEITMULLER& CO., nP-tf 1331 14th st FOR RENT House No. 2204 I St. nw.; 7 rooms, gas, water, hallway, large yard; $18.50 per month. Inquire at corner groc ery, 2200 I nw. my7-7t FOR RENT 1717. 1719 De Sale3 St. nw.; thee houses are ecw and very com plete; 10 rooms; beautiful outlook; all modern improvements; will not be rented Tor boarding-houses. O. C. GREEN, 303 7tb st. uw. a23 lm FOR RENT TYPEWRITER. WANTED Bargains In typewriters; rent ed at reduced rates, with privilege of pur chase; soldon Instalments; perfect machines; guaranteed. 611 7th st. nw. mar23-3m "WANTED FARMS. WANTED To buy small farm of good laud near Washington, on installment plan. Address this office, stating prico and location. my9-7t "WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED PAINTING HOUSE AND store rronts, graining, hard oil finishing, decorating; special designs submitted for ceilings. We use and sell Dixon's Graphite Paint; lasts on tin roofs Trom 8 to 15 years. In use 25 years. All leaks stopped free. -GUARANTEE PAINT CO., Basement No. 615 E st. nw. Wanted Try Rubber Roof Paint. WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE. And charce only for painting: work guaranteed. NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO , 1023 Sth nw. WANTED-ALLBEER DRINKERS TO CALL at Bush'a new place, 817 7th at nw., and get a nico cold bottle of beer for 3 cent. au21-lyr Bet. 4K and 6th Sts. on Pa. Ave. and 0pp. B. & 0- Depot- FOR SALE HODSES, FOR SALE A good nine-room house on G fctreet, near 12th ne.: pnee only $4,C00j terms easy. FOSTER & FOSTER, m7-eod-tt 611 F tt. $5,000 CoL H'chta, new.Sr.. bath, eel, furn. at PLANT & TURPIN, 1 123 N. Y. aT. - SALE OR EXCHANGE. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Fancy gro cery store, new stock and fixtures, ou 14th st. nw., doing good cash business; good, reason for selling. THOS. l BAICRETT &. CO., 519 12Ui st. nw. SEVEN-ROOM COTTAGE, lot 50x125, at Charlton Heights, Md.; clear of incum brance. THOS. F. BARRET & CO., 519 12th st. nw. - REAL ESTATE. HAVING SOLD MY OFFICE BUILD-ing-, I have this day removed my real es tato and insurance office to No. 1411 Q st. nw. (three doors west of American Security and Trust Company's building;, where I will be glad to see all my clients and patrons and the general public. WASHINGTON DANENHOWER. aucessorto Danenhower Son, ir.,iy4-lm 1411 G st. nw. MISCELLANEOUS. FIVE years bonded guarantee given on all work done by THE NATIONAL METALLIC CEMENT ROOF PAINT CO., 321 4 1-2 St. nw., Washington, D. C. Drop us a card. m7-7t npHERE ARE OTHERS" LN THE PRINTING X business, but few concerns like The Law Reporter Company, of 513 Fifth street north west. You'll fladit & positive relief to trad there. Do It. IL W. MOORE, Mgr. 1 FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Three nicelyfur.rooms, wltn or without board. myl0-2t 444 H st.nw. " ROOMS On line with Columbia car3 and herdlcs, an unfur. flat of 3 newly papered pretty rooms; rent reasonable. Apply 11 14 H st. ne. myb-2t FOR RENT 908 12th st. furnished rooms. aw. 2 nicely m8-3t FOR RENT Iu Montrose Flats, 1115 9tb st. uw., 7 rooms; bath, range, complete; steam heat; elevator; possession May 1 J. H. GRAY & CO. m4-7t THE MARBLE HALL, 002 PENN. AVE. FOR RENT by tho Day, Weoi, or Month. Inquire of the Janitor FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT;'centra!Iy located. Apply No. 722 Eleventh street northwest. NINE ROOMS and stable; lot 100x225; Charlton Heights. Md.; clear of Incum brance. THOS. F. BARRETT & CO. LOST. LOST Black Newfoundland male dog weighing 125 lb?.; 34 inches high, about 6 feetrrom tip to tip; name, Major"; liburul erward if returned to 21 12 M si. nw. mS-3t FOUND. FOUND The cash place to buy; Gold' Premium best mixed paints, also $1; gloss stain, only at YOLNG & CO.'S Paint Store. 714 K. fctreet uorthwest, SOLE AGENTS. Saving of 25 per cent. Brushes, oils, and. varnishes. mara-Smoa HOTEL DLRECTORY". HOTEL TAKOMA, North Takoma.D. C, Will reopen TUESDAY . MAY 7. ap29-lmo WALTER BURTON. ROOMS 50 ss"Jrf"sr IIUUIMW WW ,, .nil lull. nn, CENTS TO 31.50 -BY WEEK: water. heat, and bells and recall bells In every room. MOUNT VERNON HO TEL. i!13 4 st. nw. feiS-tf EBUITT HOUSE. Washington, D. C. H. C. BURCH. Manager. OCEAN STEAMERS. North German Lloyd Steamship Co. MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE. To Gibraltar, Genoa. Worra,MaylS, 10 a. m Genoa Ems, June 1,11 a. m. Genoa Werra, June si. 10 a. m...... Genua Kaiser W. II., July 13, 10 a. m. Genoa Werra, July27,10 a. m. Genoa Kaiser XV. lL.Aug. 1T.3 p. m ....... Genoa Return tickets available from Mediterranean or from Bremen, London, or Havre. OLLR1CHS &. tO.. 2 Bowting Green. X. Y E. F.DROOP.925 Pennsylvania Av&. Agent for Washington. D. C RAILROADS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND 3 STREETS. In Fffect April 21. I8T 10:30 A M. PENNSYLVANIA UMITED-Pnll. mau Sleeping. Dining. Smoking, and Obser vation Cars liarrlshurg to Chicago, Cincin nati, Indianapolis, tit. Loals, Cleveland, and Toledo. Bullet Parlor Car to Ilarrlsburg. 10-JOAiT. FAST LINE FnUraan Buffet Par lor Car to Harriaburg. Parlor and Dlnlaff Cars, Ilarrisburg to Pittsburg. S?10 P. M. CBICAGO ANDST LOUIS EXPRESS. Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Harrlabnrs. Sleeping and Dining Cars. UarrUburg to Si Louis, Cincinnati. Louisrille, and Chicago. 7:10 P. M. WEaTERN EXPRESS Pullman Sleeping Car to Chicago, and HarrUbarg to Cleveland Dining Car to Chicago. 7:10 P. M. SOUTH-WESTERN EXPKESS. Pull man Sleeping and Dining Cars to St Louis, and bleeping Car HarrlsDurg to Cincinnati. 10:40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPKEbS PuUman bleep, ing Car to Pittsburg. 750 A. M. for Kano, Canandalgua, Rochester, and Niagara Falla dally, except Sunday. 10:30 A M for Ebnlra and Renova, dally, eicept Sunday. For Williarasport dally. 3:40 P. aL 7d0 P. M. for Willlamsporr, Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls dally, oicept Saturdny, with sleeping car Washington to Suspension Bridge via Buffalo. 10:10 P. iL for Erie, Canandalgua. Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls dally; sleeping car Washington toElmlra. For Philadelphia. New York, and the Eas 4:00 P. il. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED." all. Farlor Cars, with Dining Car from Balti more, for-New Tort dally, for Philadelphia' week-days. Regular at .0j (Dining Carfc 7.-J0, 9.00, 10.00 (Dining Car), and ll.-Otf (Din ing Car) a m.. 12.13, 3.15. 420, G.40, 10.-00. and 11:33 p. in. On S-unday. 75 (Dining Carl, 7S.O, IfcOO, 11.00 (Dining Car) a. m., 12U5,3:3, 40, 6:10, 10.00. and 11:35 p. m. For Phlfa delpbia only. Fast Express 750 a. in. week days. Express, 01 and 3:40 p m. dally. For Boston, without change, 7:53 a. m. wee days, and 3:15 p m. daily. For Baltimore, 655, 7:03, 730, 730v 9S0, 10.00, 10:30, 11:00. and 1130 a. m., 12:13, 2:01, 3.13, 3:40, (4:00 Limited), 4r20, 4S6, 3. 6.03. 6:40, 7:10. 10:00, 10:10, 11-15. and IIS3 p. m. On Sunday, 75, 7sM, 9.00. 9:0V 10:30, 11:00 a. nu, 12:13. 1:15,2.01. 3:15.3it0 ftsttJ Limited), 4:20, 5:40, 63, 6:10, 7:10, 10S0, 10:13, and 11:33 p. m. For Pope's Creek Line. 730, a. m. and 4:35 p m. dally, except Sunday. For Anapolls, 7:20, 9.-07, and IL50 a. m., and 4r3 p. m. dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9:0J a. m. and 1:20 p. m. Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Richmond, Jacksonville, and Tampa, 4.30 a. m., 3:30 p. m. dally. Richmond and Atlanta. S.-10 p. m. dally. Richmond only, 1057 a. ra. weei days. Accommodation for QuantlcOi 7:45 a. m. dally, and 4:23 p. m. week-dajs. For Alexandria, 4:30, 633. 7:45, 8:10. 9:13. 1057 11:30 a, in., 12.50. 1:10, 3:20,4:23, 50, 537, 6:15 8.02, 10:10, and 11:39 p m. On Sun ay at L'K). 7:45. 9:43 a. m., 2:45. 6:1582; and 10:10 p. m. Leave Alexandria for Washington, 65.6:13, 73, 8.00,9:10. 10:13, 10.33 a. ni., 10.2:13, 3:00, 331. C:00, 530 6:13. 70, 730. 9:10. 10.52. and 116 pl m. On Sunday at 6:43, 9-J0, 103S a. ra., 13, 5:30, 70. 730, 9J0, and 1053 p. m. Ticket offices, northeast corner of 13thstraat and Pennsylvania Avenue, and atthn station Sixth and V Streets, whero orders can. bo left for tho checking of baggago to destination from hotels arid residences. b. U FREVOcr, J. R. "WOOD, General ilanagoc. General Passenger Ast ip3M2f Ss-xi, ." .;.