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THE TIMES WASHINGTON", SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1897
The most reputable merchants in the leading cities of the United States are giving Trading Stamps (the green kind) to their cus
tomers. The customer need only save these until a sufficient number is accumulated in order to secure a really handsome and valuable
premium entirely free. A Green Trading Stamp is given with every ten cents expended. The books to be filled can be obtained at
our show rooms. 423 Seventh Street, where you can see the various articles given for stamps. The following few names of those who
have filled books and secured premiums are printed by permission : - .
Mrs. A. B. Eichorn, 87 K St. nw.
Mr. B. C. Hart, 107 Pa. Ave. nw.
Miss Baumgarten, 440 H St. nw.
N- G. Woodbury, 623 4th St nw.
Mrs. H. S. Harvey, 923 Mass. Ave.
The following are butaiewof the
Banjos and Violin.
i uenuine ijiiuier vjperu umshes.
: S3" "I 3" 4.
XV z2L2r ja-r jsinr . uEr . Jcrsr : &?rZ .
Iloarte-" "ffbfle playing an engagement
it a wM-kaown Inland Ohio town, that
pcMe iuwlt most particularly on the nuiu-Te-
sd OHHty of it, educational institu
tions iterated to tbe advancement of the
genu- jx. it occHrred to Mr. Iteid, after
a tap!ftt night, occasioned purely by the
Hafiiofttiag box-office returns, that It
o'lM t a capital Idea to visit the various
teacber. it tlie Mf f ere at colleges and enlist
their latere; In bis hipWy moral home
plav of 'Httown Ilearte,' and to persuade
Umhii of tbe pure, whoiosome lesson tbe
peptU'wotiid rt-celve from wltnusblng a per
formance. 'To gala the listeniag ear of one of the
toactfH'S la the higher brandies, and who.
br tbe way, was of uncertain age, witbnone
fa fllT-ivite? vlfiAfrn.ff. v&? nprnisMTr for
Mr Iteld to lutrude during the progress of '
preJtf faces apturned In quizzical aston
ishHteta. An Inquiring glance from the
steely eye of the rnaldeh teacher, together
wrth sappreaswl giggles from three little
maids la froet, suggested to M r. Reld a
oaWMJt) . at d this war; the first Intimation
be felt f poeeible failure for hl fascinat
ing, haMlwjuc person to Instantly conquer
aer scrupK?fJ the lady might mention
aar rv.iefe the lad) might
agabMt permitting hoi Innocent brood to
attend a theater.
"ApoVwIngfor the intrusion and making
Luowa ths? reason for It, be was somewhat
dazed. at the hearty welcome anil ready
aoqeaMoeacc to hiss invitation. A second
thought occurred to him in the fact that
be lww omitted to tlate that the prlca
waa 0 o-utfcper and to add to lussdibinay
the loacfear ooarteoudy invited him to
iHAks a fow remarks t the class and to
lr.btrucl ifee lu the day' lesson. Right
here ! vrhero Hal went down in a heap,
and hi apoldgicb and a correction of bis
pmrMtftfc.u. wrv inado in painful confoMon
and hf intrepid spirit received a cruel
ON THE STAGE
, iN GOTHAM TOWN.
Kctv York, Oct.30. The first new comic
opera for New York production this &eason
by a native organization of established
standing was "Tbe Idol's Eye," which
Prank Daniels brought to the Broadway
Tingle- on Monday. It seems that Mr.
Damns' maBagor, Klike La Shelle, as
tutely noted the ract that Hopper, Wilson,
the Bostontauf. and the Russell-Fox-Dc An
gclis cor.,Wimtion were content with last
year's rects, and Immediately arranged to
corner to tempting a field. A nyway. Dan
Ids is the only one of the comic onera folk
namedwiKihasmHde a new production, and '
as The Idol's Eye" is a distinct success,
greatTrtil Ik his rewaid. I
The f"orj' makes Mr. Daniels an adventu-
rous Antorican aeronaut in India, where he
rescued a tramp Scotchman from drowning
Tlie -Scotchman has stolen a native ruby
from a magic rajah, its magic quality being
that it renders Its po,essor Irresistible in
love. The aeronaut, for having saved the
Seotehuian's life, is declared responsible
for his misdeeds undei a Hindoo law,
which holds the would be aniclde as having
ceased u exist. This, in connection with
the fact that the Scotchman conceals thu
ruby lp the pocket of tlie aeronaut's coat,
provides the thread upou whiclithe author
strings the cornlc situations In the piece
One or the scenps Is the interior of a
Hindoo teaipJe, where a dreadful idol is
worshiped This idol has an eye the du
plicate of the stolen ruby,, but this Is th.j
eyo ot hate, while the other Is the 'eye of
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Mrs. Goodman, 5 1 5 H St.nw.
Mr. J. C. Churchill, 1322 10th St. nw. Jv
Mr. N. G. Heitinger, 608 E St. nw. "1
Mrs. Peck, 1521 Corcoran St. nw.
Mr. E. Mertzler, 412 3rd St. nw.
Mrs. A. K. Estes, 629 E St. nw.
Mrs. Chas. G. Heitinger, 608 E St. nw.
handsome articles which you may
Elcaant Hocking: Chain.
love The pniuiliiies ot a theme of this
sort will be seen to be vat.
In point of f-ctnic aud costume feature
the production is well calculated to com
mand admiration, and -with a compnay In
wblch pretty guhare usually numerous and
a cast which Includes good singerb 'ind
actors tbc ent"itainnientls good. Tbe prin
cipal player- aiouudMr. Daniels are Alf C.
Wlielan, Will Danforth, Maurice Dnrev.
Belle Bupklen, Norma Kopp, Hatn R"d
mond and f laudia Carlstedt. Trank Pad
nia is tbe musical dlreotoi, and Julian
Mitchell has Arranged the -stage pictures.
The only other novelty of the week w-;s
the maUnee given at the Fifth Avenue j
Theater on Thursday afternoon for the
benefit of tbe Professional Woman's League,
rt presented Sol Smith Russell to us hi a
sketch new to us, "Mr. Vaient'ne'a
Christina,"' hut given by him two
seasons aj,o ou the road. It proed
a charming forty minutes, and showed
tho comedian up us a better actor
even than his David Holmes in "A
Kclor's Ilomauc," which is -till pio
tne Elliott. It Is a hard task for both
players and they acquitted themselves
i caarmitig.v. The only time we have sein
; it hero before ii as when Coquelin and Agnes
1 Booth appeared in It. The balance of tlie
bill was maou up o t well-known people play
iug In Xcw York at present,
j 3-edcrer and McLellan'a big extraui
! ganza,'"Ihe Belle ul New York." continues
' of: t Vita On Lint. Tnn'Al m iro nr ilrl m.1,1
"" " -" x.v-i ..a., ut U1U ijwui.
Dn.nze ana silver designs -will distinguish
the tiftielh performance on Wednesday
night, November 3. On Wednesday, Kov
cu.ber 17, the goll clubs of New York und
vicinity, will take possession of the audi
torium for a bocial union, over a thousand
members part.c pating. OnThursdaynignt
Novembci 4, ever 300 members or Munn
Lodge of Masons will sisit the theater in
a hody. The Casino firm on Thursday
Flgned a two jears' contract for theserv
ices ot Ldna May the joung singer vho
bounded Irorn obscurity to renown witlj
her realisation ot tlie Salvation Army girl
of the piece. There are negotiations for
the presentation of the comedy in London
late next spring.
Invitatioas have been sent out to thu
4,000 Joi.vwk inhabiting this town, luring
them to a family reunion at the Bijou Thea
ter on Monday ovening. Nothing of espe
cial moment will happen to Jonej on that
erenlng buyond what ha- happened to him
on any other night, but tho large and grovr
imi family, from Aaron to Zacliarlah, and
from Abagail to Zoo, have indicated that 'a
roaring Jones night, when all tho Joneoea
could be tht're, would be a good thing. As
one Jones nlwa; s en jo js a joke on another,
the management have decided to make thi?
a gala occasion. Each lady prctent will be
tbe recipient of a handsome souenir sofa
cubhion, .with " Jjnes ' conspicuously em
broidered upon it. These cushions., besides
provingpieasing keepsakes, should be found
-very uselul duiing the performance by any
of thu Joneses Avho mav be nvprorma'frnm
overexereUc and extravnrmnt r,,ninv,nnr.
of their i bible faeulties.
liio llieair.ta.1 performance given under
tho auspices of tl.o Actors' Fund will take
piace Llils car, earlier than usual, ou
Derembtr 3, at tho Broadway Theater
Nat 0 Goodwin, whoso purpose of reviv
ing "The Merchant or Venice," with him
s-'lt as ShyJ.,tk and Mnxine Elliott as For
tia, was announced several weeks ago, will
nob present that play at theKniekerbocker,
at- "An American Citizen" is drawing large
enough audiences to bail&fy every one con
cerned Mi. Goodwin will probably pre
sent at least one act of "The Merchant of
"Venlco" In the Actors Fund benefit. It
will be very Interesting, of course, to see
him play the part. I hear he intends to
cut away from tradition. For Instance, In
the scene where Shylock 15 mightily im
pressed with the fact that he Is to get his
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pound ot flesh Goodwin will not strop h!s j
knife over the sole of his slice Nor will he
move an Inch throughout the trial scene,
unless, of i-oure-e, he should get a cramp
In his leg.
Rosabel Morrin is a remarkable actress,
as Tar a versatility goes. Shu is lending
woman with Joseph Joiferton. OnTriday
night of last week she appeared in an ,
enierj.'iicy as Marguerite in her father's
(Lewis MoT'son) production of "Faust"
in Springfield, Mass. On Monday night
she appeared as Claire m her father's pn
duition of "The Master of Ceremonies" at
Lowed Both of these performances ere
without any rehearsals, and were occa
stoned by the s-udden illness of Mr. Morrl
sou'b leading woman. On Tuclny night
bhe appeard as Dot, in support of Mr.
Jefferxm. at Providence. This being the
only part she play with Mr. Jefferson ac
counts for his ability to spare her on nighes
that he doeb not play "The Cricket on the
Lizzie ilacnichol's wedding day is fixed
for -Vprilnext. A Ualtimorean la to be the
J W- A lbaugb, jr., reappeared at hi sown
theater, the Lyceum in Baltimore last
week in ''Trenton," which scored a hitlist
lo Yvolt" Hopper has accepted Kline and
Sousa'b ''The Charlatan" for next season.
He is still making barrels ot money with
Ac the St. Louis exposition recently
Victor Herbert was presented with a floral
ceIlo, the strings of which were solid
silver, and they cost $150.
'The Sign of the Cross" is to play for
two weeks in Baltimore! Sol Smith Rus
sell, the Bostonians and other attractions
cannot play there with dignified profits for
Eleanora Buso'a health will compel her
to remain in Italy during the winter, it is
said. She is reported to Contemplate an
appearance in Berlin in the spring in the
"Antigone of Sophocles.''
In New York last week Nat C. Goodwin
was served with papers in a suit projected
by one Stanisluus C. He Soissons, of Boston,
who wants $15,000 for a play ma-iuscript,
saldto have beentubmitted to the comedian
On Wednesday at thcLafayette tho mat
inee performance will mark the fiftieth pre
sentation or "A Coat o? Maiy Colors,"
uid the event will be celebrated by (he gift
to theladiesinthe audience of photographs
properly autogiaphed of Mr.HcrbertKelcey
and Miss Effie Shannon.
Johnstone Rennett has made up her mind
toleavo the stage, for a while at leaht. Sho
will fill oitgngementsmnde for her, for a few
mo-e weeks, and will then return to New
York and go into business. S, Miller
Kent, who has been with her since her
debutin vaudeville, will go back to the Ie
gitinnre. having been engaged for "The
The engagement of ' 'Courted Into Court."
which Is announced to begin at tho Co
lubmia Theater on Monday night, Novem
ber 8, will serve to reintroduce to the
theatoigoprs of Washington that versatila
atd magnetic woman, Mario Dressier, In
a comedy ile. The principal members o
the company are John C. Rice, John Q.
Sparls, Jacques Kruger, Billy Clifford,
and Maud Uutn.
The C'intruf't of Henry E. Dixey to star as
amagiclan under the exclusive management
of Edward L. Bloom is for five years. The
idea, however, isnotno-n . When Mr. Bloom
managed the lato Alexander Herriuainthev
tried for thiee years to prevail upon Mr.
Dixey to join and practice magic, Mr.
Herrmann regarding Mr. Dixey as the man
of oil men most fitted to succeed him, and
evenofferlng the actor a large balary and a
promlso to abdleate hi his faior when he
H ' i
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Jlandnoine rnrblelzed and Gilt
should lave perfected himseir In the myallo
The Vnuchft Class give their annual con
cert next Friday evening at Calvary Bap
tist Sunday schoolhouse and have a good
list of entertainers on. their program, among:
whom are tiie following: Mrs. II C.Brown
ing, soprano; Mrs. William Boag, reader;
Miss CLiddLi Moore, contralto. Mlba I.Sidney
Nesmltn, reader; Miss Jessica Cowling,
violinist; Mr. Hairy Wheaton Howard,
piantbt Mr. Jamt Henry Moser, reader;
Mr. James Watson, basso; Dr Frank A
Swartwout, Cornettlst; Mr. Dou-ass G
Miller, tenor, and' thu Madrid Mandolfu
C'uo, coir pos.cd bf Messrs. Yundt, 15olme3,
GfiKalier and Holcer
Otis Skinneris playing-to crowded houses
everywhere in ."Prince Rudolph." Every
one will be glad to hear tins, for It means
justice to an attist who has no superior on
the stage Strangely enough, "Prince
Rudolph" is a drama of his own writing.
The Skiiner rumily ib a prominent one in.
American letters. His rather was a New
England clergyman, vvhobe sermons wer
re.il gems. His own pen has furnished
two successful plays and many rare maga
zine articles His brother, Charles M Skin
ner, is one of tho editors of the Brooklyn
Eag'e. and besides writing several plays
ias written fortheLippincotts "Mvthsand
Legeuds of Our Own Land" and 'With
Feet to the Earth "
I'a a i. address made to the Yale student
ai New flaxen recently, Joseph Jefferson
dwelt iijion the question of a subsidized
theater m America suuh as the Comedie
Fniucaise in Paris Mi . Jefferson said 'it
would be an impossibility in this country,
ow ing to the location ot the house."- V iien
qvcfrtiuned he said. ''That is Impossible m
tb:s country. Where could such a theater
be located? In New York? No, Boston
would net have that. In Boston? No,
Chicago would not have tlut. In Chicago?
No. &au Francisco-would wanHt. In Wash
ingwii' No, there would lie too much poli
tics there- If any city did not get ic there
would have to be a Democratic tragediau
and a ucub(v.au tragedian No, we can
never have, such a theater. Tlie Republic
changed everything in. France except the
thpater -md Xn npem. They remained, for
art must always, be consistent.'1
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10.40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS-ruli-man
Sleeping Oar to Pittsburg.
7.BO a, m. for Kane, Canaudaigua. Rocbea
ter and Niagara Falls, dally, except Sun
day. 10.50 a. m. for Eimlra and Eenovo dally,
except Sunday. For Wiiliamspoct daUy,
3.40 p. m.
T'i. prm.- for TVlillamsport, Rochester,
Lrie, Buffalo and Niagara Falls daUy,
except Saturday, with Sleeping Car,
10 Mi p iu. ror Eric, Lanandaigua. Roche
fi. Buralo. and Niagara Falls dally.
I ullrnan bleeping Car Washington to
Rochester Saturdays only.
1'or l'hiladelpluH, Nev York and
4:rnJ?' T1". "CONGRESSIONAL LIM
ITLD, dally, all Parlor Cars, with Din
ing Car Iram Baltimore. Regular at 7.00
UJtmng Can, S 00. i) OO, 10-00 iDlninjc
Car), and 11 .00 (Dining Car from Wil
miugtoni a. m, 12 45, 3 15. 4 20. 6.50,
f. 0& and J I 33 p. m. On Sunday, 7.00
(Diuing Can, 8 uo, 0 CO, 11 00 iDinlng
tar rrqm Wliraingtonia-m , 12.15,3:15,
v-0. 0 CO, lu ut and 11 d5 p. in. For
I hiladelphla only, Fast Express, 7:5o a.
m., week days Expreas.12.l5p.ni.weeK
days. 2 01. and 5 40 p. m daily. For
Coston, without c hange.7 50 a. m. weelc
dajs, and 4 2o p m daily.
For Baltimore, 6 25, 7.00, 7.50. 8.00,
9-00 lo.oo, 10.50. and 11.00 a. m
fri?,12-40' 1--50, 2.01, 3.15, 3.40
00 Limited). 4.20, 4.30, 5.40. P 15,
6.50. 7A0. 10.00. 10.40, 11.15, and
ll-3o p. m. On Sunday, 7.00, 8.00,
9.00, 0.05. 10.50, 11.00 a. m.. 12:15.
lio. 2.01, 3.15. 3.10 (4.00 Limited;.
4.20, 5.40. 6.15. 6.50, 7.10. 10.00,
i 10.40. and 11.35 p. m.
For Pope's Creek Line. 7.50 a. m. and
4 36 p. m. daily, except Sunday. Sun
days, 9.05 a.m.
For Annapolis, 7.00, 0.00 a. m., 12.50
and 4.20 p. m. daily, except Sunday.
Sundays, 9.00 a. in. and 4 20 p. m.
Atlantic. Coast Line -Express for Florida,
and points on Atlantic Coast Line. 4.30
a. in., 3.46 p. in. daily; Richmond only,
10.i7 a. m. week-days. Atlanta. Special,
via Richmond and .Seaboard Air Lin.
4-40 p. m. daUy Accommodation tor
Quantico. 7.45 a. m. daUy, and 4 23 p.
Seus.hu ru Connections.
For Atlantic City ivla Delaware River
Bridge, ait-rail route), 3.15 p. in dally.
via Market street wharf. lO.Oo and 11.00
a. iu.. l: 45 p. m..week days. and 1135
p- in. dally.
For Cape May. 11.00 a-m week days, 11:35
V- m dally
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and G
streets, and at the station. Sixth and g
streets, where orders can be left for th
checking ot i.a2gaga to destination from
hotels and residences.
J. B-HUTCaiNSON.Geneial Manager.
J. R. WOOD, General Passenger Agent
Schedule la Effecc June 5. 1897.
Leave W asbingr ju rroni Station corner ot
New- Jersey avenue and G Ss
For Chicago and Iorttrw est, Vestibulea
Limited trains, lo.Oo. 11.45 a. m.; a 05
For Cincinnati, St. Loul3 and Indian
apolis, Express, 11.45 a. m. Vestibuled
Limited, 3.40 p. m., express 11.30 p. m.
ior Pittsburg and Ueeiad, expres
daily 10.0U a. iu and S. 50 p. to.
lor Columbus, Toledo and Detroit, 1L30
For Winchester and way ,cations, aS.OO,
all 45 a. m., a5.30 p. m.
For New Orleans. Memphis, Tilrmlnghom
Chattanooga. Kaoxville. Bnstol and lioan
oke, 1L20 p in- daily; Sleeping Cars
For Luray, 3.40 p m. daily.
For Baltimore, week-days, 5.00, 6.30.
x7 05. x7 10, x7 30. xS.OO. 8 SO, X9.H0,
xlO 00. xl2 00 a. m, xl2 05. X12.10.
Xl2 40, X3.00, 3 20, x4 30, 4.35, X5.05,
X5 10, X5 30, X6 20, 6.30, X8.00, 8 15,
x9 20, 11 15, xll 50 p. m and I2.C1
night Sundavs,x7 OS.x7 10, x7 30.8 30.
XO 00 a m ,X12 05, X12 10, 1.00, X3 00.
3 20, 4 35, Xo 05. Xo.10. 6 30, X&00,
x9 20, 11 15, xll 50 p. in- X12.01 night.
For Annapolis, 7 lOand S 30a. m.t 12.10
and 4 30 p-m Sundays, S-30 a. ru., 4.35
I-or Frederick, week days. 8.00 a. m
11.45, 4.30, 3.30 p. m. Sundays, 9.0U
a. in , 1.15 p. m.
For Hagerstowa, a 10.00 a. m. and
a5.30 p. ai. .
For Hoyd and way polats, week dys,
S.UOa ui.,4.3U.o.3u.7.dGp. m. Sun-iays.
9.00 a. m.. 1 J.5, 7.05 p. m.
For Gaithersburg anu -way points, week
davs. S.OO. 9 OO a. m , 12 5o. r 00,4.30.
4T33, 5UJ0, 5.35, 7.05. 11.40 p. m.: Sun
days! 9.00 a. ru... 1.15, 4.33. 7.Q5. 10.15
For Washington Junction and way points,
8,00 a uu, 4.30. 5.30 p, ra week days,
9.00 a in., 1.15 p m. Sundays
Royal Ulae Line for New York: and
For Philadelphia, New iork, Boston and
the East. weeK days, 7.05, 8 00. 10.0U a.
m.. 12.00, (12.40 Dining Carul, 3.00.
15.05 Dining Car). (12,01 night. Sleeping
Car. open at 10.00 o'clock) Sanaays,
7!05, 9 00 a. in.. ( 12 40 Uiniag Cars). 3.0O,
Butfet Parlor Cars on all day trains.
For Atlantic City, 7.03, 10.00 a. nx,
12 00 noon, 12 40 and 3.00 p. m., weelc
days, 12 40 p w.. Sundays.
For Cape May, 12.00 noon.
aExcept Sunday. xExpress trains.
Bacuage called for and checked frora
hotels and residences by Union Transfer
Co on orders left at ticket offices, 619
Pennsylvania avenue northwest. New York
avenue and Fifteenth street, and at uepot.
WM- M. ClK-CiEM, "' "J'aiH.Mi,
Mgr. Pass. Traffic.
(Schedule in effect October 10, 1S97.
AH trains arrive and leave Pennsylvania
Passenger Station. mj ,..r..
S.12 a. in. -Daily, local for DanvluaChar
lolte and way stations, veoinwxs at Mauos
sas for Strasburg, Harnonburg, and
Staunton, daily, except ouuuay, an.l at
Ljnthburg with the NortiU tmi i fjon.
daiiJ. auu w(th the Chesapeake and "'lut
daiij! for the Natural brulj and I.ex-
Vii a. nu Daily, tle UNITEDSTATE3
FAST MAIL, carries Pulliuar. buffet
sleepers, New York and Washington to
Jacksonville, uniting at fcn Ubuiy vvith
PuUman Sleeper ror Aaheyille and Hot
bpringh, N. C . Knoxville. uhattanooa and
NaslxviUe, Tea a , and at Ciiark,as w ith HuU
mau Sleeper for Augusta. PiiHman Butxet
Sleeper Now York to New Orleans, conuect
luir at Atlanta for Birmlncharti ahd JlOlrt
Plflv SoUd train, Washington to Jevv
Orleans without change. Sunset perMiuailr
couuueted tourist excursion through sleeper
on this train every Wednesday tu Saa
Fraucisco, without change.
4:01 p. m.-Local for i runt Royal, btraa
burg auu liamsouburg, daily, e.uupu auu
day. 4 51 p m. -Dally, local Tor Charlottes
ville 1U43 p. m.-Dally, WASHINGTON AND
SULlllVvEaTEK.N , VESTIBULEi). LIM
ITED, composed of Pullman estiblUed
sleepers, dining cars and duy coaches.
Puniuan sleeper New, orHtQ asnvllle,
Teun., via Abbeville, KnoxvUle, and Chat
tanooga; "New York to Tampa, via Uiar
lotte.Colunibia.isavauuah.anuJackumvtUe; New York to Memphis, vuv btruniigram,
New York to evv Orie ins. via Aiiuuuiatid
Montgomery Vestibuled da etiacn Wash
mgtou to Atlanta. Soutneturauwui uinuitf
ear, Ureeusboro to Montgomeii
TRAINS ON WAhHlftoiOw AM) OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington 9.01 a. m.
daily and 4 15 p. m. dall. except auiulay
aud G.25 p.m. Sundaj only for Round lUUT
4.32 p. m. dailj , except buuday fot Livs
burg, and (i-25 p. m. daiij tor Uerudon.
Returning, arrive at Washington b.Jb a.
m. and 3 00 p. in daily, from Round Hill,
and 7.06 a m. daily, except bunday, Irum
Herndon,and S34a m.daily, exce-ptauu-day.rroiu
Tnrough trains from the south arrive at
Wasiiington 6 42 a. tu . 2 20 p. m. and
9.25 p. iu dally. Harrisonburg, 12:40 p.
m. and 9:25 p m. daily, except Sunday,
and 8:30 a. m daily from Ciiutloitcsvuie.
" Tickets, sleeping car reservation and In
formation furtiisued at officesT 311 'and
lauu a-eiiusyiviuu.. ax-uuu, uuu ai, icub
sylvnnla Railroad Paaienger fjtatlQu.
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