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THE EVENING TIMES,, FRIDAY," JTJNE5, 1896.
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York. Letters must be directed "Per
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(ai. Hcgtstereu man cmsrs at io u. m.
same day (b)Itegistcred mail closes at
1 n. m. same daj. (c)Reclstercd mall
closes at 6 p. m: same day. (d)Regis
tcrcd mall closes at G p. m. previous
day. (cillcglstered mall closes at rp
m Tuesdays and Saturdays. (flUegis
tered mail closes at G p. m. Saturday.
JAMES P WTT.T.FTT. ToEUnaster.
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MB. iCHESOITS SCHEME
He Wants ths Republican Stales
to Rule the Party.
JEAL0U3 OF THE SOUTH
An Attempt "Will He MuilontSt.Lotils
tu Huvotlio Delegates Apportioned
According to the Proiortlonute Be
pabllcuii Vote In Congressional Dln
trlcts l'lau Fuvored by Mr. Quay.
It is probable that the Fcnnsjlvanla dele
gation at St. Louis will take the Initiative
incrrcclinga reform in the representatlonln
future national Republican conventions. It
Is proposed to have the delegates appor
tioned according to the proportionate Re
publican vote in Congressional districts.
Thispropoaitionlsnotancwone. butbiccc
the last contention, at Minneapolis, where
the rcnomination of Presidentllarrison was
accomplished by the delegates fromtlie
States winch did notcast an electoral otc
for the Republican candidate, the matter
has been more earnestly advocated.
Representative Acheson, of Pennsjlvania,
who was one or the prime muers to have
the Stale conventions composed or dele
gates based upon the Republican ote in
the var.ous dUtrlcts. is taking a deep In
terest in having the same system estended
to national conventions.
He has been In consultation with Senator.
Quay, whoi8 thoroughly in accard with the
proposition made by National Committee
man N. 11. Scott, or West Virginia, and sub
mitted to the national committee three
3 cars ago, to have delegates elected upon
the basibof 7.000 Republican votes for each
delegate, and additional delegates for "a
fraction exceeding halt that number.
A JUST SCHEME.
Afler consulting -with Senator Quay Mr.
Acheson has prepared a statement and ta
ble showing tLc clianges that would' be
made by the adoption of the new basis
of representation. It is proposed, ivlicn
the delegation reaches St. Louis, to haie
a caucus and act upon the new scheme.
If it is Indorsed, then Gov. Hayings, as
spokesman for the delegation, will jrcscnt
itto I lie convention. The matter will conic
before that in regular shape, and can be
acted upon.
The Justice of the scheme appeals to all
if the Republican leaders. Representa
tive Acheson, who has given this subject
much thought, sajs in explanation of the
new proposition:
"This subject was brought before the
contention of 1S84, by Judge Evving, of
Uuiontown, who proposed that representa
tion thereafter In natiinal contentions
should be based upon the Republican vole
cast in each district.
"It was bitterly opposed by the dele
gates from the Southern States, who
claimed that It was not fair, because the
Republican vote in the South was sup
pressed. Ex-Congres.sman John R. Ljncb,
of MlssUslppi, wlio was temporary chair
man ot that convention, made the prin
cipal speech against the measure.
JEALOUS OF THE SOUTH.
"However, the subject has attracted the
attention of leading editorial writers of
the country at times ever since, and es
pecially since the national convention of
16fi2, in which tlic delegates from South
ern States wcres"Jch a potent factor In de
termining the result. It was alleged at
Minneapolis fiat the rcnomination of Presi
dent Harrison was effectedby Undelegates
from Southern States, which could not give
blii an electoral vole.
"At t lie meeting of the Republican nation
al committee, held during the succeeding
summer, N. B. Scott ot Wheeling, the mem
oer or Uie national committee from IVest
Virginia, offered a resolution providing that
representation or the various Congression
al districts in future national conventions
be based upon the Republican vote polled
therein, one delegate being allotted to
cacli district for each 7,000 votes, with an
additional delegate ror a fraction exceed
ing hair tlierenr, each dis--lct to have at
least one delegate.
"This resolution was favorably consid
ered, but action thereon was postponed.
It was favorably received by the press of
the country generally.
"It is understood that Mr. Scott will
bring the matter up again at the meeting
of the national committee, preceding the
opening or Ihe convention at St. Louis,
and will ask that his proposition be tuvor
ably recommended by the committee.
PREVAILS IN SOME STATES.
"The same principle prevails in nearly
everj State. Indeed, representation In
almost every State and county convention
'.n the country Is based upon the Repub
lican vote. This is as It should lie. No
good reason can be given why the same
principle should not apply to the supreme
council of (lie Republican party, the na
tional convention.
"K Mr. Scott's proposition be adopted
the representation or all but three Stales
would be arfected. The representation or
firteen States would be decreased, the
representation of twenty-six would be
Increased, and that or Kentucky, Missouri
and Rhode Island would remain as It is.
This estimate is made upon the basis of
the vote cast Tor Congress In each district
In 1894. That Is taken because the vote
ot 1800 Is more likely (o approximate
the vote ot 1891 than tliatof 1892.
"In many districts, doubtless, the vote
In 189G will exceed that polled In 1894,
TO
It Is Ail Wrong and llan Is the
Only Creature That Does It.
The complete emptiness of the stomach
during sleep, adds greatly to the amount or
emaciation, sleeplessness and general weak
ness so often met with. There is perpetual
change or tissues in the body, sleeping or
waking, and the supply ot nourishment
ojgut to be somewhat continuous and food
taken Just before retiring, a Ids more tissue
than Is destroyed and increased weight and
vigor is the result. Dr. W. T. Cat hell sas
"All animals etcept man cat before sleep
and there is no reason in nature why man
should rorm the exception to the rule."
ir people who arc thin, nervous and sleep
less would take a ilghtluncli or bread and
milkoroatinealau 1 cream andat same time
take a Bare, harmless stomach remedy like
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets in order to aid
tlic Stomach in digesting it, the result will
be a surprising increase in weight, strength
and general vigor. Tiie only drawback lias
been that thin, nervous, dyspeptic people
cannot digest and assimilate wholesome rood
at night or any other time. For such it Is
absolutely necessary to use Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets, because they will digest the
rood no matter how weak the stomach may
be, nourishing the body aud resting the
stomach at the same time.
Dr. Stevenson sajs: "I depend almost
entirely upon Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets lu
treating indigestion, because it is not a
quack nostrum, an-l I know just what they
contaln.acomblnatlonorvegtftableeEsences,
pure pepsin and fruit salts, and they cure
Dyspepsia and stomach troubles, because
they can't help but cure." Stuart's Dys
opnsln Tablets are'soU b'v "druggists; everv-
f where at 50 cents per package. They are
in loKeuge form, pleasant to take and con
tain nothing but pure pepsin, vegetable es
sences, rrn it salts and bismuth, scientifically;
compounded. "They Jite made by the Stuart
Co., of Marshall, Mich.', and your droggustr
wui ten you mey-give universal (atitfacuou.
. - - ... s ,-agfra
and the representation of these districts
will be Increased (hereby.
"On the basis of the vote of 1894 the
convention or 1S00 would contain 120
more delegates than the convention of
this year providing that the representation,
or Ulali and the territories remain as at
present. The gain In delegates In 26
Stales is 199, and the loss In 15 States is
79. -
MR. ACHESON PREPARES A TABLE.
"The membership of tbc St. Louis con
vention will be 918. If the Republican
vote In the several districts this year
nvcrjges the same as in 1894. the reprc-'
scutation in the next convention will,
thererore.be 1,038.
"In the following table the figures in
tlic first column show the present repre
sentation ot the States which were rep
resented In the last electoral college in
the St. Louis convention. The second
column shows what their representation
would be If Mr. Scott's resolution had
bcenadoptcd four yearsngonnd the present
convention were made up on that basis,
taking the vote of 1894 to ascertain the
ratio of represcntatltn. The third column
shows the gala made in certain States. li
the objection be made that the increase of
the total number of delegates is tco large,
thutcaneasilybo remedied hylneronsingtho
ratloofrepreseiitaticnto8.000or 10,000."
The following Is Mr. Achcscn's table:
Present New
Basis. Bast.. Gain. Loss
States.
Alabama.......
Arkansas
C.i iruriiia
Cn'orado
Connecticut...
Dtlawaro
F ntlda
Georgia
Idiho
Illlnn's
Indiana
Iowa
Kan.as
Ktuttleky
I,nui!ana
Maine.....
Marvland
13
10
20
18
16
7
C
15
5
CO
46
38
2G
26
1J
14
18
28
0
2(5
11
31
7
IS
5
10
20
US
17
7
CI
10
87
8
11
10
20
21
10
16
18
16
33
5
IS
18
8
12
(I
8
28
ll
11
SO
16
20
16
16
12
16
31
2
10
4
1
21
16
12
M.ieaclu?ett...
Michigan 18
Minnesota..
lb
MUsi-bippL.
Mlssuuri
Montana
Nebraska
"Nevadi
New llaiup hire....
Now Jersey.
Nevv York
North Carolina
North Dakota
OUI ,
Ori-gou.
lN!uisiiania
ithitde Island
buuth Carolina.
South Dakota
Tennessee
Tixas
Vermont
IS
34
6
16
8
20
1
2
2
0
26
'i
17
6
46
8
CI
8
18
8
24
3d
8
21
8
11
24
6
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin.....
Wjoiulng
Total
10
4
II
MAINE l'OI'ULlhTS MEET.
Mlvprnndtlii'Ihsnaucfiofiinreeiiliuck
Currency lli-celvo Attention.
Levvlstou, Me., June 5. The Maine Pop
ulist convention was held in Auburn jester
day. Isaac R.Clark of Uangorrejiortcd for
the committee on credentials 425 delegates,
some on the way.
O. D. Chapman made remarks censuring
Senator Allen of Nebraska lor his speecu
lu Congress advocating paper currency on
a silver and gold basis. Mr. Chapman in
ttoducrd a resolution against trusts and
monopolies and demanding free coinage of
silver and gold at a ratio of 1G to 1.
James E. Champion ot Portland led oH
in the derensc of hi-uator Allen and in oi
positioii to the adoption of the resolution.
The ri solution was tabled.
Tlic resolutions Tcported reafrirm devo
tion to the principles or the Omaha plat
form; demand the coinage of both silver
and gold in a ratio of 10 to 1 without.
aHkiug the consent of any other nation;'
demand the pa.vrocnt of our bonded debt,
and that hereafter no .bonds shall be
issued uudcr any circumstances; that
Congress shall assume its evn6tltutloo'il
light to issue a greenback currency which
Khali be a full legal tender ror all debts,
public and private, until the sum total
cr money lu circulation shall reach 550
per a pita.
The resolutions also favor government
possesion of all railroad, telegraph and
telephone systems, that all undesirable
foreign immigration lie prohibited audtliat
all trusts and combinations founded ror the
purpose ot speculation shall be forever
prohibitive and their promoters treated as
public outlaws.
Prof. Luther C.Batcman, of Auburn, was
nominated for governor by acclamation,
llatei'ian liastvvice before been the nominee.
I'rof llateman accepted the nomination
and addressed the convention.
CHAMTIE CONVENTION MEF.TS.
Dlstlntrulshed Educators! Address tho
Opi'iUuu .Meeting at Grand IlapliN.
Orand Itapids, "Mich., June 5. The
twenty-third annual convention ofCliaritli-s
and Corrections opened last evening with
600 of the 800 delegatesin attendance.
Henry J.Hollistcr, president of the Grand
Ilapidf. charity organization, presidi-d.
The address of welcome on behalf of the
Stato was made by Gov. John T. Rich.
He was followed by Ma) or Stow for Orand
Itapiels and J. B. Angell, president of Ihe
University of Michigan on behalf of the
educational institutions of the State.
Tho nsponse was made by Andrew E.
Elmnii- of Green Bay. Wis., and after he
was heartily applauded. The annual
nddies!" was then read by President A. 0
Wright of Madison, Wis.
President -Wright, in his" annual address
ou the "New Philanthrophy," spoke of the
progression from age to age in the methods
or handling and improving the dependent
classes. Hestatcdthatlheiiewpljilanthiopliy
or the dawn or the twentieth century was
distinguished on Its philosophic side by
studying causes as well as s)raptoms and
considering classes as well as individuals.
On Its practical side it seeks to change
environment and build up character as well
as to relieve distres-s. He emphasized the
need or checking bad heredity through the
State institutions and the necessity for at
tacking pauperism and crime In the slums.
Toelnj- the work of the conference will
begin and the sections on Juvenile re
formatories, charity organization, chronic
insane poor and soldiers' homes will hold
meetings.
SrANISU CHIMES IN CUHA.
"Women and Children Ravished by
Soldiers und Thru Ilurned.
Havana, June 4, via Key West, June 5.
Information or a horrible crime committed
on a Cuban woman and two girls or eight
v ears bj Spanish soldiers near tlic town or
Arroyn, Ouerra, province of Santiago de
Cuba, has Just lecn received in this city.
The woman and children were ravished.
by tile soldiers, then killed, and the Lodies
burned to hide their crime.
Near the same village a company of
Spanish soldiers met five negroes witli -i
cartload of fruit. They were crdcrcd to
dismount. and wercimmedlatcl bajonetted
aud left In the road.
At Minas de Firmcza a party of ten men
and boys were held up by Spanish soldiers,
aud after subjecting them to all sorts of
indignities they were strung up, some by
the waist, others by the arms, and shot.
After several hours they were discovered.
Borne time later they were cutdown.
On the 25th of May Col. Rodriguez, atthe
head cf 2,000 insurgent cavalry, was within
twenty-four miles of Havana.
It Is reported on what is considered re
liable nuthonty that Gen. Bermudez has
crossed the Trocha with a large body ot
insurgents,- having met with scarcely any
icsistancc from Spanish troops. It is
rumored among nuv.il authorities here that
the steamer Laurada sunk a coast guard
launch at the time or the landing of her ex
pedition. Excursion TlketH to tho Sea Stioro
Tin II. & O. B. It.
Commencing June 5 and G, and continu
ing each Fndav and Saturday until August
20. the B. & O. R. R. will sell' excursion
tickets to Atlantic- City, Cape May and
Sea Isle City for 10 a. m. and 12' noon
trains, good to return until Tuesday fol
lowing, at rate ot ?D tor the round trip.
w,f,je-jy-aa.
Dr. Walker,
The Great .Sp3cialisl, injhe Traat-
rof of Ail Nervous anil
Chronic Diseases,
CAN BE CONSULTED FREE
Illi Extraordinary Low Charge of
'$5.00 a Month
For all medicines, treatment, and necessary
appliances ror the cure ot all manner und
klud or diseases Uie'subject ot cougratula
tloa among hundreds of paUents who can
not afford to pay the excessive fees charged
by other doctors. No matter what disease
or how many you ate surrering from, not
one penny more than $5.00 a month will
be accepted in payment ot treatment. Dr.
Walker's well-known sanitarium Is at 1411
Pennsylvania avenue. Office hours daily
from 10 to 5. Monday, Wednesday. Thurs
day and Saturday, evenings from 7 to 8;
Sunday, 10 to 12. Strictest privacy ob
served in all cases.
ii r
MARTYRS FOR THEIR FAITH
.cr
Philadelphia fein'gle-Taxsrs Beady
to Fill Delaware Jails.
Fifty of the
Defy the
l'reaclt
Reformers "Willing to
Dover Justices and
Their Doctrines.
Philadelphia, June' 0. The Philadel
phia meniberb ot the Single Tax Society
who are interested In the Delaware cam
paign promise lo fill Uie Dover Jail to over
flowing tomorrow night, if the authorities
there hold to their expressed Intention ot
arresting every man who attempts to talk
on the public streets of that city. The in
tentions or the Fhlladelphijns were made
apparent at a meeting or the Single Tax.
Society, held in Mercantile Library Hall
last evening.
The meeting waa called to permit the
members to listen to an address on the
money question, but the arrest and im
prisonment ot G. Frank Stephens. In Dover,
last Saturday, was the topic upjicrmost in
Ihe minds of the single-taxers, and the
money question was forgotten.
As soou as the meeting was called to
order a resolution was presented, in which
the society advised the abandonment of
the public meetings in Dover except on
the square In front or the State house,
where the authorities agree thatlhey can
meet and talk unmolested.
About the only man whor.ivored tbc reso
lution was Mr. Stephens. He said he did
not want to go to the Dover Jail again, and
from his short experience there was in a
position to advise against any other be
liever in the cause sacrificing himself.
A i-IT. Stephenson opposed the resolution.
He suld lie believed Gov. Watson would
pardon the men us fast as tlic Dover
justices could send them to prlscn, and
lie. was In favor or derying the Dover op
ponents or single tax. Asked if he wculd
be willing to be one of those to go to Jail
and run the risk of a pardon frcm tho
governor, he said he would not, but ex
plained that the only reason why he would
not was because, he couldnot neglect his
business. -, .
This brought II. V. netzcll to his feet,
and he dcnSunoedJ Mr. lye phenson foVhis
alleged weakness In the' cause, lie said he
was ready to go toj3ll'fyr It. and had so
arranged, his business that, tu would licufila
to go to Duvcmiid to 'Jail. If necessary1, on
Saturday. Hc'sard'be'fcnew fifty men vVho
would go with huO una folldw hhn to Jail.
If speaking for single tax should result in
their arrest. . u
A half dozen other enthusiasts expressed
their willingness to fcn to Dover on Satur
day and speak for Jingle tax. They held
that the abandonment of the flghtln Dover
would mean dcredtMn the whole State.
When the resolution Was voted on there was
one vote in its ryoYjmd a storm of nays
abojusb il. nrt
"Was -Miirrlod to-J'Lord Itcresford," a
Notorious Imposter.
Nevv York, June 5. Jiu'gc Beckman, in
supreme court jestcrilay, handed down a
decree of divorce In the case of Mrs. Maud
Lascelles against her husband, Sidney
Lasccllc-s, alias "Lord Beresford." T.'ic
action was begun several months ago and
was undefended.
Sidney Lascc'li-s cut a wide swath in
social circles in New York some years ago.
He managed to obtain entrance to some
of the most exclusive households and
ins society was courted bythe social lights
ortlK-Fourllundred. The man wasan Im
poster but it was a long time before
lie was found out, and not until he had
swindled many New Yorkers to the
extent or thousands.
In 1800 while he was making a tour of
continental Europe, Lascelles met Miss
Maud Lillientlial. an heiress to an estate
wortii $3,000,000. She became infatu
ated with him and on February 2, 1891,
they were married in Beaver, Pa. But
Ids spirit of adventure was not eradicated
and gradually, although not in need of
money he relapsed into his old practices of
swindling.
In Rome, Ga., he gave a draft for 250
on the Bank ot London, to a victim. It
was cashed -without question but was later
returned stamped "No good."
In the meantime he fled to New York,
where he wns arrested and cxlradltpd.
He was sentenced to six years Imprison
ment and farmed out; with a number of con
victs to a lumber company. After a month
lie managed to escape and ried to Amcricus,
(ia. There he found shelter in a disorderly
house where he was finally captured.
This escapade caused his wife to sue for
divorce, although she had forgiven all his
other misdeeds.
Greeks "Will Help the Cretans.
Athens, June 5. A national committee
has been formed here ror the purposeof as
sisting the Cretans, who are In rebellion
against the rule of the Turks.
Natural Fat
Getting Fat is Only a Question
of Eating Proper Food.
Thia people who to get fat should cat
proper food and digest it.
That Is the only natural way.
The trouble witb-most thin peoplclsthat
they suffer from Indigestion.
They don't digest their food. They don't
get enough nourishment. They are slowly
being starved. .They arc poisoned by the
products of fermented and putrid fod.
SliakcrDigestiveCordial.a gentle, natural,
vegetable digestive, attacks the food in
your stomach Juit like the digestive Juices,
and turns it into healthful nourishment. It
lielpsyour stomaclrnaturally. II makes thin
dyspeptics (at. TLt,rrakcs rolscncus blood
pure. It tones up and cures the stomach.
Nothing will cure indigestion like Shaker
Digestive Cordial, .because nothing else
goes so nnturalir'aoViUtlf.
This is why it tfas'Jbpcn so successful in re
lieving nausea, vchijing, dizzlrcss, weak
ness, bad taste, fivr, flatulence, constipa
tion, loss cf arreHfrSM headache, neuralgia,
rheumatism, etc.pbv curing the disorder,
which causes theisl'mptoms.
A fe w'doses raid pove Us valnc, but you
won't get fat orEriripl bottle.
All druggists. SenVenls for a trial bottle.
Write for book" oiTFood and Fat to The
Shakers, SO Beade street, New York.
EXCURSIONS.
lOc. 10c. 10c.
BEAUTIFUL 85?lyi,ay.
RIVER VIEW. J gog.
f SATURDAY, JUNK QTIlr-
Bring ont the chlldren'and see the great
sensational amusement, ,
Shooting the Chute."
Tor the benefit ot tho little ones tickets for
aridenn tho "Chntc" will be sold, between
the hours or 1 and 7:30 p. in. at Be
Take the Steamer Samuel J. Pcntz. at 10 a.
ni.. S or 0:40 p. m.. returning leave River
View at 12:1S, B. 8 and 10:30 p. in.
For the 10 a. m. and 2:45 p. m. trips tickets
are 10c, on the 0:41 p. in. trip 23c.
K. K. KANUAIX, Bole Proprietor.
"Have You Shot tho Chute?"
it wot
"Go Shoot the Chute"
At RIVER VIEW,
fcUNUAT, JUXE 7TU.
Take Steamer Samuel J. Pentz. at 11 a. m.,
2:45 and O n. in , returning leave River View
at 1. 5, 7:30 and 0:30 p. m. Best dinner on
tho Potomac Biver. 50c European Plan also.
E. K. RANDALL, Hot Proprietor.
Be ready to go on tho next Wednesday ex
cursion. J mi 5-3t
MARSHALL HALL
Steamer "MACALE8TER" leaves 7th St.
wharf dallv (except Hundav)at 10 a. m. and
2JU) ji. m. Returning, leaves Marshall Ha'.l at
12:4a ana 4:4 p. in.
INDIAN HEAD TRIPS
Every Friday and Saturday Evening In June
and every Thursday. Friday ana Saturday In
July, August and ieptcmber at 6:'0 p. in.,
landing at Marshall Ilall both ways, and leav
ing Marshall Hall on return trip at ":1U p. m.
Parties at "the Hall" can avail themselves of
the Macalester's Indian Head trip without
extra charge.
Steamer "RIVER QUEEN" leaves 7ih and
O St. wharf daily (Sundays excepted) at 6: !U
a. in. for Indian Head and all intermediate
landings, and at 5:0 p. m. for Marshall Mali
only. Returning, leaves Marshall Hall, at 1:SU
and TtTOp. m.
Music by Trot. Schroder's Band.
Dancint Day and Evening.
. FARE (Round Trip) - - 25 Cts.
9-An excellent Course Dinner on arrival
of uoat8,5Uc Good CaTe on steamers.
L. L. ULAKK, Captain.
COLONIAL BEACH,
Fastest Excursion Steamer on the Potomac
The John Sylvester.
Swift, Spacious. Clean, Respectable.
NO STATE ROOJI.
Special sab on for ladies and children, par
lors for family parties. Fare. oO cents; chli
drcd, 2 cents.
LOWEST EXCURSION" RATF.S forocl
etles. Esputa'a Orchestra. Unexcelled tab'e.
Clyde Dock, foot of 7th st., 1) a. nu, except
Mon av. 6p. m. Saturdays.
QRAND EXCURSION
COLONIALBEACH
Saturday and Sunday, June 6ttt and 7ttL
. Palace Steamer Jane Mo3eley.
Only steaiuer with state rooms, two forward
decks and large hurricane deck on the Poto
mac Leave hixth-street whirf Saturday, 6
p. hi. and Sunday morning, 9 o'clock. Tickets
and state rooms on sa'e at 619 lennsylanl
aucnue up tu noon Saturday after that time
at wharf.
Lare rebates allowed organizations A few
select dates open. je-Ht
AMUSEMENTS.
BASEBALL.
NATIONAL PARK.
TODAY.
Washington vs. Louisville.
Admission, 25 and 50 cents.
Game called iCO. Ladies' day, with music
Allen's Grand Opera House.
Sunday Evening;, June 7. "
Prof. H. A. GRAHAM.
Introducing his woudcrf u! second sight and
cabinet manifestations.
A most wonderful performance. N. Y.
World.
Prices, 25 and 50 Cents.
jo!-3t
KESHAN'S LYCEDM THEATER
AUD SUMMER GARDEH.
ALL THIS WEEK
THE LYCEUM BURLESQUE
AND VAUDEVILLE CO.
The Original Sew Burlesque,
Belles of Washington.
00 People on the Mage 01)
30 Charming Girls 30
Summer Prices 10, 21 and o"c.
A LLEH'S GRAJTD OPERA E0D3E.
Week rommenciu I - I
Monday June !
Opening of the Regular Summer Season.
Matinees Wednesday and fe-vturday.
BUCKLEH'S STOCK CO.
In 1 oin Tj tor's Popular Comedy.
STILL WATERS RUN DEEP.
Preceded by a Kenned, llUh-class Vaudeville
Olio, inc.uuing
CKXMMIXS AND OOUE,
George Graham, X-Ray II xlev.
lirilliant Quartette, Dupont and Middleton,
F. fa. 113)18, Bellman and Moore,
and a host of others.
Two entertainments rolled into one.
Prices 13, 25. 33 and oOc. Matinees, J5c rc
scrt ed scat any part of house.
"ext week rilE TWO ORPHANS.
COLUMBIA ACADEH7.
The cyclln
craze. One
ot the sights
ot Washington. Cj cling taught on a 12,030
ft. floor. Competent instructors. Charges
small. Music every evening. 22d and P
streets. J. Hart lirittain. Mgr. Take F street
cars.
SUMMER HESOHTS.
Chevy Chase.
Chevy Chase Lake and the beautiful
grove bordering Its banks la the Ideal
place to spend a few hours each day dur
ing the summer months. The grounds are
kept clean, and perfect order i maintain
ed. A delightful place to take your chil
dren for a day's outing to roam In tha
woods surrounding the lake shore. Ac
commodations are made for plcnlo parties,
and no better place can bo found for the
purpose. Doncli's band will play every
evening during the summer from 8 until
10 o'clock. Pleasure boats for hire on the
lake at all times. Take can ot the Capi
tal Traction Company.
)EER PARK,
On the Crest of th 9 Alleg;bani33.
(Main Line B. 0. R. R.)
SeasonOpens June 22, 1896
For rates, rooms, and other information
apply to D. C. JONTS, Manager. B. & O. Cen
tral Building, Baltimore, Md.. up to June loth;
after that date. Deer Park. ML
WANTED rOSTAGE STAMPS.
W J- NTED For cash, all kinds ot old
United Mates jiostage and department
stamps: collections also bought. B. F.
UUJKHORST. 1003 Ttb st.nw. apS-tf.em
Election of Rechublte Officers.
At tiie meeting of Cammack Tent, No.
5G. I. O. R., Tuesday evening last Mr. J.
S. B. Harltock was elected chief ruler in
place of Azro Goff, resigned. Richard
Polly wasehosen deputy ruler. Both officers
were Installed by Deputy Grand Ruler
Boyd. Brother W. S. Haley was created
a knight ot Temperance and the initiatory
service was conferred on one candidate.
Messrs. GoTf. Rue and Eoyd wcrciippcinted
a committee to arrange ror a public service
In June. Under good cf the order Messrs.
Mahoney, Boyd, Kirby, Haley. Goff.Rue,
Allen, Poliy and H.irtfock made s.hort ad
dresses. Sunday evening at 7:S0 o'clock a
public meeting will beheld atthe'tent room.
No. 310 Pennsylvania avenue southeast.
&iliyiiSiM;
FOB RENT BOPSEK
FOBBENT-M Colonial -Bcacb, new
u-rooin cottage, with well and shade;
cool, central location; unfur.; rent, $76.
For terms address CHA8. BARRACK,
Oak Grove. Va. ' Ju5-3t-em
H-rnrim iiouser in. 1., in
fine firrinr" Prlntlno- Offtr.f Hnnarff.lSt
... -j -vr""r..;r. .-- z--r ..'..-...
oti. i,w., ucar n. xxo. (Otf: Key uejev iwwn
terms, $15.J0. Owner, D. CONNELL, 22&
a sc se. ju4-ai-eni
FOR BENT Adjacent, 25x80-foot
brick building; two apartments; part
stable; well ventilated; five stalls; every
convenience: has hcen n. milk ileoot: $12.
Apply 900 HUi st. se. iu-i-7t-em
FOB BENT 8-rffom brick nouse, 317
Delaware uvc. ue.; mouern Improve
ments; rent, $20.50; key at 13 C at. ue.
Apply 1704 Oregon ave. nw. Je4-3t
FORBENT-a corner store and a
rooms un stair.
at 816 12th st. nw;
no children.
Je3-at
FOB KENT Topermancnttenant.only
SL0.60 per month; nice 3-story brick
dwelling. 0th and F sis. ne.; 6 looms and
bath: bay windows side and front; a. m. I.;
wide parking all around, enclosed by
strougiron fence.Apply to I. W.BURKART,
Jr.. B05 Pa. uve. nw. Jn3-3t
FOR KENTHouse. 2200 I st. nw., 7
rooms, side alley, and large lot; water,
gas. and running water closet outside:
atu.no per mo. Apply to P. o'CALLAO
IIAN'W. cor. g"il and 1 stsnw. Jn2-t
FOR RENT The larger part of a
I4r. house, In perfect repair, conslstl'ig
of parlor, dining-room, kitctit-u. six bed
room 8, and bath. Inquire at6uS 11th St.
nw., between 10 and 3. my30-7t,em
COK ukn r
leSI 16th.tr 30.00
1112 Seaton ne. hr. HUO
r 1717 Hth. !&-.... V)
KDT.llr.
. 3a,03
, 35.00
. XalO
710 II ne. 7r S.M
SI IT. r.....
1811 18th, 9r.
lua otn se, iur..,.. iuto
1(08 E se.lir lioO
lt Ky. ave se. 6r 1O.0J
877 T, Dr.
saw
FRANK L UBEGOllY. 817 F st nw.
mvH linein
FOR RENT-Very fine residence In best
location in the city; 1021 Vermont
ave., terms. $12B month. J. C. 8PRIOO.
Jr.. agent. 1424 N. Y. ave my22-Jm
RAILROADS.
Pennsylvania
RAILROAD.
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B
STREETS.
Ja Effect 7:35 P.M.. May 17, 1800.
.all A.M. weok-duyM, 7.2U A-. M.snudisya
P1TTSBUKU EXPKESS.-Buflet Parlor
Car. Harrlsburg to Pittsburg.
1O.30 A.. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIM
ITED. Pullman Sleeping, Dining, Smok
ing, and Observation Cars Harrlsburg to
Chicago, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St.
Louis. Cleveland, and Toledo. ButretPar
lor Car to Harrlsburg.
10.30A. M. FAtT LINE.-Pullman
Uutret Parlor Car to Harrlsburg. Par
lor aud Dining Cars, Harrlsburg to Pitts
burg. 3Qe. 3. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
XPRXS8T-Puilmau Burfet Parlor Car
to Harrlsburg. bleeping and Dining Cars,
Harrlsburg to St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louhi
vllle, and Chicago.
7.1p P. M. WE8TERN EXPRE8S.
Pulhnan Sleeping Car to Chicago, and
Harrlsburg lo Cleveland Dining Car to
Chicago.
TrSrP.JP. M. SOUTHWESTERN EX
I'KfcbST Puihnau bleeping and Dining
Cars to 8t- Louis, and Sleeping Car, Har
rlsburg to Cincinnati.
10.40 J. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS.
Pullman bleeping Car to Pittsburg.
7.BO A. SI. for Kane. Canaudalgua,
Rochester, ana Niagara Falls daUy, ex
cept Sunday.
10.30 A. M. tor Elmlra and Renovo.
daily, except buuday For Lock Haven
week dajs and Williamsport Sundays,
3.40 p. m.
T JLO F. M.for Williamsport, Rochester.
Buffalo uiid Niagara Falls daily, except
Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washing
ton to Suspension Bridge via Buffalo.
10,40 P. M. for Erie, Caiiandalgua.
Rochester, Buffalo aud Niagara Falls
dally. Sleeping Car Washington to Er
xnlra.
For l'titludelpliln.NovT Yorlt and tho
Euat.
4.QQ P. M. "CO.NGUESSIONAL LIM
ITED." daily, all Parior Cars, with
Dining Car from Baltirrore. Regular
at 7.00 (Dining Car), 7.20, 9 00, 10 00
iDlnlng Carl, and 11.00 (Dining. Cm rrom
Wilmington) a. in., 12.45, 3.16, 4.20.
6.40. 10 00. aud 11.35 p.m. On Sunday,
7 00 (Dining Car). 7.20. 9.00, 11.00
(Dining Car rrom Wllmlugtonia.m., 12.15
3.15, 4.20, G.40, 10.00. ana 11.35 p.m.
For Philadelphia only. Fast Express, 7.50
a.m. week days. Express. 12.15-week
days. 2.01 and 5.40 p. m. daily. For
Boston without change-, 7 60 a.m. week
days, and 3.15 p.m. dally.
Atlantic City (v'n Delaware River "Bridge,
all rail route;, 3:15 j, m. dally; (via
Market Street Ferry). 10.00. 11.00 a. in.
and 12-45 p. m. wick-das. 11.35 p. in.
d-ii'r. find 9.0O n. n 8 ifr-ivs only.
For Baltimore. G 25. 7.00. 7.20. 7 50.9.00;
10 00, 10 30; 11 00, and 11 CO u. m .
12.15, 12 45, 2 01. 3 15, 3 40. (4.00
Limited). 4-20. 4 3G, 5 40, 6 05, 6 40;
7.10, 10 00, 10 40, 1115. and 113d
p. m. On Sunday, 7 00, 7:20, 9 00.
ft 05, 10.30, 11 00 n. m , 12.15, 1.16.
2 01, 3 10, 3 40 (4 00 Limited), 4.20,
5 40. 6 05, G 40, 7.10. 10.00. 10.40.
and 11 35 p. m.
For Pope's Creek Line. 7 20 a. m. and 4 36
p. in., oaiiy. cxccpL tsuuuay. Sundays.
9.05 a. m.
For Annanolls. 7.20. 9 00 a. m.. 12 15
and 4.20 p. in., dallv. excrnt Sund.iv.
Sundays. 9.00 a. m. and 4 20 n. m
Atlantic Coast Line. Express -for Rich-
mond. noints on Atlantic Coast Line.
4 30 a. m.. 3 46 p m., dally. Richmond
and Atlanta, 8.40 p. m.. dally. Rich
mond onlj. 10.57 a. in., week days
Accommodation for Quantlco, 7:15 a.
m., daily, and 425 p. m . week days
ForAlPxaudrla. 4.3l. 6.35.7 45.6.40.9.46.
1U.57. 1.1.0(1 A. M.. 12 50. 1.40. 3 20l
4 25. r. on. 5.37, 6.18, 8 02. 10 10. and
11 42 P. M. On Sundays at 4 30. 7,45.
11.45 A. M., 2.45, 0.16. 8.02, an 10.10
P M.
Leave Alexandria- for Washington 6 05,
6.43. 7.05. 8 00. 9.10. lO.lcr 10.28 A
M.. 1.00, 2.15, 3.00, 3.23. 5.00. 5 30.
6.13. 7.00. 7.20. 9.10, 10 52. and 1 1.08
P. M On Sunday at 6.43. 9.10, 10 28
A. M.. 2.15, 5 30. 7.00, 7.20. 9.io. and
10.62 P. M.
Ticket ofilces. corner Fifteenth and O
streets, and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left ror the
checking of baggage to destination from
hotels and residences.
B. M. PREVOST. J. R. WOOD.
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
Southern Railway.
(PIEDMONT AIR LINE.)
(Schedule in efrcct 10 p.m. May 17. 1896.)
All trains arrive and leave at Pennsylva
nia passenger station. .
8 a. m. Daily, local for Danville connects
at Manassas lor Strasburg. daily, except
Sunday, and at Lynchburg with the Nor
folk and Western, daily, and wltb.the Ches
apeake and Ohio, d uij-for the Natural
Bridge and Clifton Foige.
11:16a.m. Daily, the UNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman Butrct Sleep
ers. New York and Washington to Jackson
ville, uniting nt Charlotte with Pullman
Blecpc-r lor Augusta, also Pullman Sleeper
Ne w York to New Orleans, v ia Montgomery,
connecting at Atlanta with Pullman Sleep
er ror Ulrmlngham. Memphis and St. Louis.
4:01 n. m. Local for Front Royal. River.
ton and Strasburg, dally, except Sunday.
4-61 p.m. Dally, local for Charlottesville.
10:4 p.m. Dally. WASHINGTON AND
SOUTHWESTERN VESTIBULED. LIM
ITED, composed of Pullman vestlbulod
sleepers, dining cars and day coaches.
Pullman sleepers New .York to Ashevlllo
and HolSpriiigi,N.C.;eworkloTainpa.
via. Charlotte. Columbia, Savannah, ana
Jacksonville, and Nevv York to Memphis
via Birmingham; New York to New Orleans,
via Atlanta and Montgomery. Vestibuled
day coach Washington iu A tlauta. Southern
Ra ll way "dining car, Greensboro to Mouu
B! kaTis-R ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington 9.01 a. in.
dally. 1:00 p. in. and 4 45 p. m. dally,
except Sundiy.andbMo p. in.Bundaysonly.
for Round Hill. 4:32 p. in.; daily, Except
Sunday, for Leesburg, and 6-25 p. hi.
dalii lor llemupn. heturning. arrive at
Washington 8 26 a. in. and 7.00 p. m.
dally, and 3 00 p. in. daily, except Sun
day from Round Hill and 7.06 a. m.
daily, except Sunday, from Herndon, and
8:34 n. in. dally, except Sunday, from
Leesburg.
Tnrougn trains from the South arrive at
Washington 6:42 a. m.. 2:20 p m. and
WO P. ni., dally, Manassas division;
10 00 a. m.. daily, except Sunday, and
8:40 a. m.. daily, from Charlottesville.
Tickets, sleeping car reservation aud In
formation ruriiisped at offices 611 and
18O0 Pennsylvania avenue, and at Penn
sylvania Railroad Passenger Station.
W. U. GREEN. Gen. Supt.
J. M. CULF. Trufflo Mnuajror.
W. A. TURK, Gen. Vast. Agent.
I..S.IinOtVX, Gen. Ajrt. Pas. Sept.
FOR SALE LOTS
FOR SALE Beautifully located lot on
Mass. uve.; small cash payment; bal.
1 lo 3 years. Address "CITY," this of
fice It
FOR SALE -Lot IOOxILO in beaut irm
suburban village near this city: oi.ly
S2."0:H.luirgnln. A.J,WH'TAKER. Kom
4. 91H F st. Ju3-3t
LADIES' GOODS.
the eltt:
12th sh nw.:
P ARLORiS-6 1 8
ientifiu Facial Treat
ment; Hyglenlo Steaming; De Armond
Skin Food: Oxygen Balm; Summer Rates.
myiz-imo-eia
gl&lllljSjA-y? s .fate
rEnSOSAL.1
FTJH, DRESS Suits to hire Special
prices to graduates; fine, tnllor-niacrs
suits, 91. JULIUS COD EN. 1104 7th.
St. nw. JcB-Gt
MME. THEO. medium and card
reader, can be consulted on business
and love affairs of life; communications
strictly confidential; German spoken; all
hours; 25c. to 50c 929 II at.nw. Je5-3t
MRS. ZOLIiER- medium, can be con
sulted on all alfuirs ot lire; COC and
SI. 813 0tnst.nw..bet.H audi. Je5-3t
NO FEE UNTIL CURED.
Specialist in all forms of private ulueases.
Hydrocele. Variocele and stricture cured.
Consultation free. Hours. 9 tu 12, 2 to 6.
2 acJ?,T!mra-nn1 Saturdays; evening, 7 to
8. 002 F st. nw. myirtf
A. blessing, and that's a fact; we are
selling splendid custom-made suits, the
least bit worn, at figures that you'll dream
alio.it: look this up. JLSTH'S OLD
STAN-D. B19D st.nw. Je2-7t
DETECTIVE agency and bureau ot
iutormatlon; detective work in all Its
nranche In the United States and Canada:
all business strictly confidential: ten
years' experience In Washington. D. C;
persons desiring rirst-class detective serr-
? h.0.u!rt,.r?U nn 11S- R- L- 1EAN. JOHN
TKAMMELL. orflce 612 F St. nw.. Wash.
Ington. D. C. Je2-2w
MME. FRANCIS-Card reader and
medium; lire given from cradle to
grave; 2o and B0 cents. 324 Enst Cap
Itol St.; noura 0 to 9. jel-7t
H-A-LEE-MEDlUM-lells your lire, bus
iness, lore affairs, lost or stolen prop
erty, friends, enemies, removes spells,
causes speedy marriages, unites the sep
arated and gives good luck; hours 9 to 0:
dally; 20 and BOc. 928 H st. nw. mylO-lmo
PROF.
events
CJL)A.ir Clairvoyant, teila all
I nie; business,
love affairs.
lost property: dally,
60 cents. 480 H st-,
its.iw.
10
lo 0; fee.
4 1-2 and 6th
myl2-lm-em
bet
G ET estimate on brass signs; physicians'
and rienrbtt.' slcn. nmv Sj. T11RTT
MAN, Engraver. 1 Minnesota ave . Ana
costla. myl2-lmi
KNOW TnrSELP
blOOD ABOVE THE TEMPLE OF THB
DELPniC GODS.
The great opportunity ol your life 1
now to know what the future hits In store
for you.
DR. MAItY GORDOK.
THE GREATEST SECONii-KlGHT-SEER
AND FORECASTER
Of coming event. Acknowledged y press
and people without a peer in her profession.
Can be consulted on all arralrs of life.
I would Invite nil who are in trouble or
wish to know what the rates of fortune
bold In store for them to give me a call.
Each caller will be granted a private Inter
view, and all business strictly confidential.
"A word to the wise is sufficient." Office
and resilience, 529 IJthst.mv., Washington.
mylO-lmo
LEI" us ei.d a rase of Kumcr Brewing
Company'ecelebratcd beertoyourbouse
One dollar a rase. Drop postal, Washing
ton agency, 421 lothst nw.
ap!7-tf.em
DR. LEON 2
Office Hours 10 to 2-6 to 8.
1K. TAYLOR. f"0 ' l- nw..makrt
run sets of teeth for 5; satisfaction
piaranteed;
teeth extracted wltnuut pain;
gum riuin:
$1 : amalgam, mic. se4-rr
LADIES mt-iimg cuuiuicuuai treat
ment. A safe, and sure relief In all
female trouble, constipation, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium tabtt. fistula.
tc. Separate rooms for patients before
and during confinement, und find homes
Tcr infants If required. Strictly confiden
tial. MRS. DR. RENNEU. 10 Fourth t
oe.. near E. Capitol st . Washington. D. (X
Je3-tf
J.T.WALEERSONS.i'0tlnt.
nw.. cnrpe-tTinlnx. felt, fire brick, and
clay.asbestos. paints, brushes, lime, cement.
iwiinnd three-ply roofing material. ap21-tf
FOR SALE HICYCLES.
WANTED-Bicylea enameled" any col
or; rirst class work. Leave your order
1211 11th nw. Jc5-3t
FOR SALE-A '95 Rambler: model.
14; with new '9G tires; in good condi
tion: :50 cash. Address JOS. LEIGUTON.
1621 21st. nw. Je4-3t
HIGH GRADE BICYCLES
Muuger's la r die bpeuul and Boyd
Special; simple, strong, durable, and fully
guaranteed. VVOI:CEsTEK CYCLE MFO.
C.O.. agency. 1G30 14th St. nw. niy30-ln
MONEY talks; Light T-G bicycles at
a pni-es: guaranteed 2 years: come see
sanuilr.it KAISEIt.the watchmakers. 1022
14th st. nw. Je2-6t
BT "r'n '.1J lM"--.iis 2tt-ln. wheels,
ladles' or gents', 'SG make, listed at $65,
SS0, wc wilt sell Tor a rew days at $44. $58
cash; all guaranteed. A. B. CARPENTER.
14th and Park sta-.Mt-Pleasant. my30-lm
LEGAL NOTICES;
Filed" 3une 4, f8!i6rJ. It.Young, Clerk.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Robert Bankelt, Pltr., vs. Sarah Crump
Baukett, Deft.
In Equity. No. 17407.
It appearing to the court that the sum
mons issued In the above cause has been
returned not found, aud it also appear
ing rrom the affidavit filed, herein that
the defendant Is a non-resident, upon the
motion of the nlaintirf. bv Critcher &
1 Critcher, his solicitors, it is ordered, this
) -till day of June, lfi'.iti, that the defendant
. cause ner annearance to be entered herein
1 on or before the first rul dav occurring
forty davs after this day; otherwise the
cause will be proceeded with as In case
of default: Provided, a copy of this order
be published once a w-ek for three suc
cessive weeks in the Washington Law
RetKKter and The Washington Times.
The object of this suit Is to secure an
absolute divorce from the defendant, oa
the ground of desertion
W. S. CoX, J.
A true copy. Test:
J. R. YOUNG. Clerk.
By B. J. MEIGS, Jr., Assu Clerk.
jua-iawaw.em
RAILROADS.
HAIL ituUl'h IO
Mount Vernon.
li-nlu Kierj Hour.
The route clvhic; an oniMirtuiiity of seeing
all points for the tourl-t. in Alexandria, and
takfn but tuo and one half hours for tha
round trip.
TaKe train Pcnn. R. R. station, 0:i lOsST.
llftoa. in.; 1":), I:IU, : 0 p. m. AUo Alexan
dria Ferry, foot of 7ih..r:, :, lC:CMI;0a
m.; I2:. l:-0. ":" - Kare. Wasbitij-iou to
Mount Vermn and return. .f0 c yi.
B
ALTIMOftE
o
AND OHI
-railroad.
Schedule m eiiecl iiaj oo. 196.
Leave Washington from station corner ox
Nevv Jersey avenue and C street
For Chicago ami Northwest, Vestibuled
Limited trains 1 1:30 am., b-05 p. m.
For Cincinnati, bt. Louts and Indianap
olis. Vestibuled. Limited, a: is p. m., ex
ii ress, 12:15 uight.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express
daily J.l:30 a. in. and 8:io p m.
For Lexington and Staunton. 1 1:30 a. m.
For Wuichcster aud way stations. 05:30
p. m.
ror Luray, Natural Bridge. Roanoke.
Kuoxvllle, Chattanooga. Memphis and
New Orleans, 10:00 p. in. daily; sleeping
cars through.
For Luray, S:45 p. m. dally.
For luiltimorc. week days, 5.00, 6:30,
x7:i", x7:i5, x7'10. x7uiu, x8:00, 8:30,
xu-tn. xlo.uo.xl2:iiO a.m.: XI2-03. 12:10,
Xl2:33. Xlf.OO. 3.23. X4.2S, 4.32, X5.U5.
3,5.111. X5..I0. 5 33. X.20, UJ10.x8.oO, 8.10.
j.9.20, 11.15. xll-50. p. m.: and xl2.ul
uight. Sundays, X7.03, x7.1U. 8.30, XO.00.
xio.uo. a. m.. X1--.H3, xl'.t3. i.uo, xd.oo,
3 "3 J.tJ.sS ll". .-!3.1il.i:-li.x'4.OO,xU.20,
lf.lo.xll.SO p. ra.,xl2.01 night.
lor .Minapoiis. i.Haut.s..:n,a.m.:12.10
and 1.2b P iu bundajs, b 30 ,u m , 4.32
P'i of Frederick, a9.00.bll SO a.m..cl.lB.
b4.;tn. hn 30 p. in
Fur lMicrstoHU. bll.HOa.m , andb5.30.
P"to'r Bojd and way points, wcrkdays 9.00
a in. 4 30. r, 30. 705 p. m. Sundays,
u.Ou a. in . 1.15. 7 05 u. ni
For lialtmrsinirg .inn way points, week
days, T.00, 9 1,0 v. in . 12.C0, 3.00, 4.30,
i A.. 5 30. o Sr, 7tG, 11.30 ii. m. Sun
days, u uo u m, lib, a 3, 7 05.10.25
1 or Washington Junctionand waypolnts.
a9 tdi a. in., fl.16 P m. Express trains
slopping at principal stations unly, b4.30.
b5 30 p. m .
For Bay Ridge, week days. 9:15 a. m.
and 4'2 p- in- Hernials. 9. ts a. m.. 1 30
mid 3.1 5 p. m.
l'OYAL BLUE LINE TOR NEW YORK
u ANDPniL.MlEI.rUIA.
Alt trnlt.sitluiuinaU-.i with I'uitsch lig'it.
For Philadelphia. ew York. IWston and
the Fast, week days, 7 oil, 7.05, 8 oo.
110 til) a- mlilnitig C-r). 12 00. 12 35.
im'( 15 05 liming din, 8.00 p. m. 1 12 oi
uight. blcep'ng Uiropeii at 10 i o o'clt ck).
SuiuMy. I llt' I""'"? c-ir'- -' m.
Dlni- Cnr). 112.35 Dining Car), 3 00.
IB or, Dining Can. S.oo, ilfc.oi night!
hiteplDK c"r l"n Ior P-1!c"gcrs 1O.U0
"'Buffet Parlor Carson all trains.
For Atlantic City. 10 Ooa. in., 12 00 noon.
Sundays, 12 35 p. m,
bExrept biindaj aDaily. cSunday only
xExprcss train i
Baggage called for and checked from ho
tels and residences by Union Transfer Com
pany, on orders left nt ticket offices, 619
Pennsylvania avenue northwest. New Yori.
avenue aud Fifteenth street, ahd atdepot.
WM. It. GREENE, CHAS. O.BCULL.
Gen Manager. Gcn.Pa&s.AgeoA
ay-y, tyfj.Wrarly, - jjaga&iaHB

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