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In th rrMm of tllcaito tho fftcts of Itv
hirltonco mo mot numerom and nrotiall
fccumutatlnir Here nlan they becomo tcr
rtho fateful And overwhelming No fact of
rmturo h moro pregnant with nTful mean
I n 3 than tlio fnit of tho Inheritance of
Utrnfc It Meets tho physician on hit da 11
roumlt pnraljxlng hli art and filling Mm
with dismay Tho legend of tho undent
llrccks Ileturcfl thi lurlca ns pursuing
fnmlllei from generation to Generation
rendering them cU aoIatp Tho Furled et lit
rly their work of tenor nmt death but they
nrc not now clothed In tho curb of KuporMl
tlon but appear tn tho morolntelllptblo but
no less awful form of hereditary dlicncc
Modern Klencp which hi illuminated to
many dark corner of lint lire hns filicvt n
nw Ucht on tlis omlnnut vordi of tho
ficrlpturos The Mna of thofttliTS MiMl bo
Nltcd upon ho children untotltd third and
fourth Generation IiiMmicc Kf hereditary
Ohcato abound Fifty p r cent of ciwe of
consumption that fearful riestrojeref fnmN
lie of cancer nnd scrofitlt run hi fatnlllei
through Inheritance Xntintty Ii hercdltnry
in n marlccd degree but fortunately llko
many other hereditary dhenaci tends to
wear itself out tho etoelc becomlnj extinct
A distinguished scientist truly tani No
organ or tcxturo of tho lwdy li exempt from
tho chance of being tho tibjcct of hereditary
dhcasc Probably moro chronic disease
which permanently motllfy tho At nurture
And functions of tho bodyaro moro or less
llablo to bo Inherited Tho Important nml
far reaching practical Ooductlons froinftticli
tV
fl i
Directing bo powerfully tho hcnrlneflj
dh dual and families and ho collrcth a
nclfaroof tho nation aro obvious tn icflco
tins mtnili find tho beat means for present
Inn cr curing these discarci h n rubject of
Inlenco Interest to nil Furtunatcly nature
has provided n remedy which expertenco
liAtnttc trd ns Infallible nnd tho remedy Is
tho world famous Rwtfts RpecUle n pure
cnaba compound natures nntldoto for
nil blood poisons To tho omiclcd It Ii a
blessing of lncttlmablo value An Interest
ing treat I to on Blood and Bkln Diseases
will bu mailed freo by addressing
Tun Stvirr Srccina Co
Drawer 3 Atlanta Ga
2875 ROLLS CHINA
A2U
JAPAN MATTINGS
Must be Sold Within
the Next 30 Days
Having imported largely
tills season and owing to tho
backwardness of tho soason
wo find ourselvos over
stocked and cannot and will
not carry thom ovor In order
to closo them out as rapidly
as possiblo wo have mado
tho following reductions In
prices for ONE WEEK com
mencing MONDAY and con
tinuing through tho wook
WO rolls SOo matting now
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MOSQUITO CANOPIES
MOSQUITO CANOPIES
Largo size white complete
Largo size pink complete
31 50
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WIRE WINDOW SCREENS
AND DOORS
Now Is tho timo to placo
your orclers
PRICES GUARANTEED
WOKMANSHIP THE BEST
Estimates furnished when
desired
REMEMBER THE ABOVE
PRICES FOR MATTING
HOLD GOOD ONE WEEK
ONLY JUNE 4th 5th 6th
7th 8th and Gth
Julius Lansburgh
315 7th Stroot N W
JIothts itC
TTAIUUS HOUSE
AMEItlOAN PLAN
Pennsylvania Aventio Washington D O
Near 14th Street
SMANDl3IUltUAY
Special Hates to Parties and Permanent Guests
PASSENQZll ELKVATOnS
JOHN 11 HAI1KI3 Proprietor
OT JAMES HOTEL
ON TnE EimorEAN TLAN
Corner Slxlh Street and Pennsylvania Avcnne
niHE EBBITT
WAsnmoion D O
ABMY AND NAVY HEADQUARTERS
1oun Iiion Fins EscAns
tJITTEnMS E3 AND Si PEIt DAY
Owino to tho Inclination of
many proplo to bo humbugged In
tliopmchasoof articles of neces
sity In tho household wo feel It
Vl rlt vnilur duty to sound a note of warn
w lu I uuK I0 thoso whu seek lemodlos for
tho relief of tho aches nnd pains
le rru incident to this season of tho year
Lliltri TlioRrcnt nnd growing popularity
of Unisons Pisteii has uinitcd
unscrupulous maiinfaeturcrs to
TO offer many worthless substitutions
nnd Imitations of that aluablo
I emedy heneo wo would ndvlsu
tflllNn those who wish to socurojnompt
ouuuu Kllef from Coughs Colds Hoarse
ness Pleurisy Chest Pains
nuinr o ntlea lihcumatlsm Lumbago and
ADVICE 7 llnckacbo tn carefully nvold
worthless plasters by always ask
ing for Hessons nnd let no per
Hiuislonby tho dealer Induce ou
to accept any other plaster
OlPIUM
Wk of rartlculars
AND WniSKY
cured at homo iwltboutpaln
eent froo
Uii ja i auuiio uu
HADlTa
P MYfCoL
An
miam salt ju mix
Anlmiitcil Discussion In Clio II W
nn Sullno Products
Mr Ulngcy o Maine ftoui tlio commit
ttu on merchant marine nml fisheries re
ported back hi resolution culling upon tlio
Secretory of tlio Ticatmry or Information as
to whether any order Is now In forco by
which vessels from United States ports aro
required to pay less tolls In passing through
tho Wclland and other Canadian canals
when they pursuo their voyago by way of
tho St Lawrence nnd Monticnl than when
they pursuo their voyogo by way of Iaho
Ontario to American ports and whether
additional legislation Is necessary to author
lie tho Secretary of tho Treasury to Impose
additional tollsupon vessels passing through
the Snult fcle Mnilo and St Clair Mats canal
Lomid to Canadian ports iu caso tho Domin
ion authorities continue discrimination
against vessels bound to American ports
Adopted
The Inrirr bill was then Ja1cn up In com
inltteo of the w hole tho salt paragraph be
lnp under consideration
Mr Oiosunor of Ohio 6ald that bis was
agieat salt producing district The tax on
tho people on account of salt amounted to
alout six cents per capita and If that small
prolcetlon was removed snltconld uotbo pro
duced In the United States nnd to n cer
tainty tho works In his oun district and In
that of Jlr Hogg of West Virginia would
bo closed and the employes driven to other
business or to starvation Tlio profits on
the capital Invested In his district did not
exceed one fourth of 1 per cent annually
Tho liTect of tho passngo of tho bill would
not 1 c to cheapen salt but would bo to
crush tho Industry here
Mr Cox of Now York pleaded for choip
salt In tho Interest of tbo dairymen and tba
fanners They wcro now subject to a direct
lax lor incv nccucn mo ucst crauo oi silt
and that could not bo produced In this
country Why should Congiess discrim
inate against tho dairymen and In favor of
the llsh packer of New Huglandf
Mr llcldcn denied that such was tho case
and added thajt Mr Cox did not know what
ho was talking about
Mr Cox replied that ho bad good authoi I ty
for his statements Ho wanted to rcduco
tbo surplus and to icduce tho cost of tho
breakfast table
Mr Adnms of Illinois wanted to know
whether bo w wlllluc to cut oft tho sugar
duty
Mr Cox replied that bo could not bo
caught bysucli uucsllons Yes ho would
fiuor a reduction of tho sugar duties
Mr Buirows supposed tba It bad been
deteunlned In caucus by tho Democrats to
pass tho bill just as It stood and naturally
they wcio ludllTcrentto any facts that might
be presented Ho declared that tho Na
tional Butter ami Chccso Association had
awarded tho malorlty of prizes tn users of
American salt which seemed to meet tho
churgc that tbo United States could not
pioduco tho best grades of salt ospeclally
when taken In connection with tho fact that
tho great western meat packers used Ameri
can Kilt To put salt on tho freo list would
be to surrender u poll Ion ot our market to
foreign produccre In Louisiana was tho
purest salt mine on tho globe Three com
panies had becomo bankrupt trying to do
vclop tbo mine because ovciytlmc they
tiled It Kngltsh capitalists cut tho lates on
salt only to put them up again when they
had comrosEcd their object of destroying
com etltlou
Mr Whiting of Mlthlgan although n
cal manufacturer did not feel Justified In
opposing tlio movement to rcduco taxation
lie asserted that largo quantities of English
salt wcro sold iu Michigan for 33 per
barrel although tho natlvo product could bo
had for CO cents Tho dairy pcoplo wanted
Mr Harrows asked If thogeutlcmaussalt
wos not lit to pack butter
Mr Wilting replied that It was and ho
shipped half of his product to tho Atlantic
ecacoastln competition with English salt
aud held his ow n If American salt niakcru
chooso to make good salt they could retain
their market
Mr McKcnna of California asked why
prunes and plums should bo protected at
the expense of wool
Mr Uliurs of California defended tho
bill nnd thanked tho commlttco on ways
and means for putting sacks on tho ficollst
Mr Tarsncy of Mickleau charged that
tho ltcpiibllcaus struck tho first blow which
brought down thesalt Industry In Michigan
In support of which ho quoted utterances
and votes of former nnd present Itcpubll
ean members of tho House Hale Hlscock
llurrows and Heed lufnvor of freo salt for
packing meat and llsh
Mr Brewer of Michigan said Ills col
Icoguo Mr Tarsncy had forgotten to tell
the House and bis constituents whether ho
was Iu favor or opposed to freo salt He
defended the gentlemen named for voting
lor ireo sail to uo uscu lorcuriug ineius ami
fish declaring that It was In accord with ex
isting statutes at tlio tlmo which admitted
cverj thing else freo which was to bo used In
preparing articles for export Ho do
clarcd that protectionist as ha was If bo had
been In Congress then ho would have voted
with them
1 he peopleof bis stato had an Interest In
building up this great industry and ho pro
posed to defend It against those who camo
here to attack It
Mr Breckinridge ot Arkansas said that
tho salt oTutv was class legislation pure and
simple and wanted to know why tho tau
nlrs of ig novL should bo deprived of tlio
cheap suvich lioU raiiecbS WT J ri
nsho incn Wlndcld Kan Sat
Mr Itaj ncii u railroad
courso of his r
pllco of Bait In JirctVTMK
iho Mlchlcau Salt A
lilt uifif
cury c
inc of Mlchlcan
man was wrong that uls statement was
not true
3Ir ltfljncr with nil duo deference to tlio
gentleman preferred to take Id answer
from some one who was not a member of
the trust
-Mr Whltlnp instanced a largo salt manu
factory In Michigan which was not n mem
bf of tho association
Mr Hnyncr replied that his authority was
tho Michigan Salt Association Ho Insisted
that tlio salt trust existed nnd asked If It
had been tho prnctlco of tiusts to rcduco
prices
Mr Whiting said that tho association did
not control prices Hy union it got lowor
freights anil etorngo and prevented loss
sometimes by tho collection of bad debts
it would bo glad to rnlso prices but it
could not because New York stato was not
In tho trust
Mr Kclloy declared that fico salt would
bo the death blow to tho salt manufacture
In this country
Mr i cicrs oi ivausas uicmicu in iuvui
of tho promising Industry Iu Knnsas
XIr Jay of Louisiana was willing and
anxious to rcduco taxation oven if It should
operate against tho Louisiana salt mines
Mr White of Indiana pointed out tho
enormous reduction In tho pilco of salt that
had ensued solely thiougu domestic com
petition
Messrs Sawyer and Iieldeu of New York
as leprcscntatlves of gicat salt pioduclug
districts maintained that tho present duty
just supplied tho necessary iiiaiglu to keep
alivo tlio industry
Mr Hooker of Mississippi cited ticasury
repoits to show 00000001 peoplo wcio pay
ing tiibtttoto 4000 peoplo eugaged In salt
production
A voto was then taken ou a motion mado
by Mr llurrows to strlko out tho paragraph
and It was rejected
An amendment offered by Mr liosvenor
of Ohio to exclude bulk salt from tho freo
list admlttlngonly dairy aiut table 6nlt met
with n similar fate This concluded tbo
consideration of tho salt paragiupli
Mr llayne of Pennsylvania offered an
amendment to Inscitilce cleaned und uii
elenned In tho fieo Hat licjected
Tho four lines 30 111 8J and ail relating
to llnx wcio read and Mr lirowne of Indi
ana moved to stilko them out of tho freo
list Pending debato tho commlttco rose
On motion of Mr Davidson of Alabama
a bill was nasscd authorlzlmr tho
jinm Sclma and Northern llallroad Com
pany to construct n brldgo across tho Tom-
ilebco river Alabama
ui
ino Housemen at o ocioeu iook are
cess until 8 oclock tho evening bCssion to
bo for tho consideration of privuto pension
bills
At Iho evening session tho House passed
thlity thrco pilvato pension bills und itt
1030 oclock adjourned
Virginia ltcpiiblleiill Assorlilllon
Tho Virginia Itepubllcnn Association at
their meeting last night elected tho following
delegates to tho convention of clubs to bo
held to night ILL Singleton W H Nolson
li 1 Mioltim T II Harris ltlohard Edwards
and A Weaver alternate
THE NATIONAL EEPUBLICAN SATURDAY MORNING JUNE 9 1888
ALEXANHltIA MATTKK3
WTtciii of Interest authored for
JO
tho
colled by
ir uii
tlio
ltenubllcnnV Headers
Indir n rctjnt decreo of tho Lnltcd Stntcs
circuit court tin Alexandria and flcorgctown
rnnnl was yeslfjOoV sold That portion
known as ltossliil2iYmel 10 A0
nndrla Ileal Kstiii V for J8XX Tho
rest was sold in sccOnpS UJTcrent parties
Tho cntlro property betenjlnir totho comtuiy
only brmutlit nboul f 37OU0
Another mlcldo Is added tn tho list tf trairlo
deaths of this city Yesterday Mrs Siiopli
smith i ommllted suicide by Jumping fromVio
Duko street dock Into tho rh er and ilrownlna
herself The only causo given for tlio rasli act
Is despondency
Tlio lcsular monthly meeting of tho city
school board was held last nlwlit
Tho coupon nRltatlon Instead of diminishing
Is crow lnit moro nnd moro nRsravatlnit as It
becomes known thatotecutlonwlll bomucil
at nnco nenlnt all parlies who tendered cou
pon ad liimpii 1 hoo who made Individual
tinders nio not to bo disturbed until a decis
ion etui ho had III tho appeal cases Thoso to
bu pioceeded ngalnt nt unco number about
SCO
AndrcwJackson nnd Washington Iolnos of
MiiHimof this city inado it internal visit to
bafaj ctto Lodge of Washington last oven
Irir
Mr JiihnrT Hill who was recently clectod
by tho city council tax collector of tho north
ern district will not bo sworn In until his
bond which has been filed has been passed
uron by tho llnnnco committee
Tho bandnua handkerchief craio has
reached hcio and been iKinularbod by tlio In
tiodiiitlonof them by tho bachelors Clhb
enck member of which cnnlos onn In his coat
xicket exposed to l low
Tlio nubile schools of this city will closo oi
tho until Instant
Tim ncsnr bonkn for tho nrnsent vear
will In nil protmblllty show n hirer Increii o
In real property during tho past twelvemonths
than they liuvo In tho same leiiKth of tlmo
since tho war
Tho commlttco recently nppolntcdhy tho
Mtiiut Vernon Acnuo Association to look
after tho Interest of tlio nvcnuo before tho
pi csont conKrrss navo uetennmeii to pnsn mat
icis immediately uixm the return of Henntnr
Daniel who ln member of tho committee to
whom their bill has been referred
TlIKIlt rvut jiosky uoni
Hard Ittclc fur tlio Mnrloli llllles to
Strike
The Jbulon Itlfles by hard work nt their ic
cent fair nt the Mnsonlo Templo cleared SC00
which was placed In tho hands of Mr 1 K
L Watson ono of thp members of tho com
mand nnd wh6 was expected to deposit tho
money to tho credit of tlio company In ono
of tho locnl banks Efforts to get n satisfac
tory statement from Mr Watson failed nnd
on imcstlgatlnn It was discovered that Mr
Watson has disappeared from the city and
tho money Is missing Tho facts wcro mndo
known to tho police nnd they nro diligently
scnichlng for tho party Tho loss Is keenly
felt by tho new compnnv as Its uso would
h o uvnctUcd thorn very much
Just Tlilrty NIno Short
If tholiesldcnt Is nt all superstitious ho
might sco n sign of llloincn tn tho snluto fired
Thursday in tho Monument grounds It was
Intended to flro ono hundred rounds but nt
the sixty first round tho gun refused to work
kin lie thlrty nlno lacking of tho proposed
hundred Should Mr Chnelaml bo fortunate
enough to carry Now Jersey in November nnd
loo New York Connecticut nnd Indiana as
from present prospects ho Is likely to do Just
thlrty nlno iotci will bo wanting to elect film
Omen number one
flono to Join tlio Auirels
Sadness tills tho homo of lludlcy and Mrs
Mary JoicphlnoDojlc nnd soimw burJons
their hearts Death mndo Its first visit to
their hnppy homo yestctdny nnd laid bis
hand on their boloed diiughter Mario
Ceiilo agod u ycais nnd T months and tho
now dwells with tho uugels Tho funeral will
tako placo fiom tho tnmily roldcuce No
3010 O sticct noithwcst to morrow afternoon
at Ii oclock Mr and Mis Uojle hnvo tho
sjmpathy of their many fi lends In their be
lenictncnt
ItetHilillciiii LeiiRiio f tho District of
Coluiiihlii
Tho several Itepubllcnn clubs In tlio District
of Columbia tliathao been organized perma
nently under the Inspiration of tho Itepubll
cnn Lcaguo of tho United Stntos with an
adopted constitution In conformity therewith
and with an absolute membership of not loss
than twenty nro requested to send flvo dele
gates each to a convention to ho held at tho
headquarters Otf tho National Itepubllcnn
Club of tho District of Columbia room Ko It
No 1010 1 street noithwcst on Saturday
evening Juno 0 at 8 oclock for tho purposo
of fonnlngiiltepnbllcnn Lcaguo of tho Dis
trict of Columbia under tho Itepubllcnn
Lcaguo of thu United Mates
A M Clait VIco President
D W 1ov
Executho Committee of Itepubllcnn League
United Mates
Wasiiinoiom D C Juno 1 1SS3
THE COURT nECOHD
Circuit Court Division No l Justlco nag
ner Meyers vs Hamlin Jury to bilnglnn
scaled verdict Davis vs Wlso Judgment by
default ricldslhos vs Paitello Judgment
by default Small vs Tlchenor Judgment hy
default Mitchell vs Hollander Judgment by
default Capitol Not th O street and South
Washington Hallway Company vs Cook mo
tion tor anew trial lied wxilety llydrenlque
vs Taulelle Judgment by default
Circuit Court Division Wo 2 Justice
Neltzy vs II P It Co veidlct
fcr plaintiff for SMO llasslcrvsDP It 11
Co veidlct for plaintiff for SVH Hennery
I k P It It Co verdict for plaintiff for 8YK
Knight vs U A P It It Co verdict for plain
tiff for SW
Equity Court Chief Justlco lllngham ami
Justices Cox nnd James Smoot vs Pulton
proconfesso vs certain defendants ordered
Pranklnnd vs Frnnkland dUorcoa vln mat
diluted Drown vs Denn hearing flxod for
Juno 15 lbsft Xurliorst vs Zurhorst testi
mony oidcred taken hcfoio Wm Herbert
Smith examiner Matthews vs Matt hows
sale decreed and Julius A Mnedcl appointed
trustco to sell Orccn vs Kcnnody sale de
creed mid Tlios M Plclds appointed trustcoto
sell In re guaullanshlpof AnnlcoSammons
Joseph S Summons appointed guardian
Wlmsntt vs Wlmsattet ul sale decreed and
W A 11 Church nppdlntciftriistco to sell
Criminal Court Justlco Montgomery
John V Sullivan manslaughter verdict
guilty defendant committed lnuiklln Cook
alias Otis P limn motion to strlko out for
fcltuioof recogniznnco wanted Arraign
ments nnd sentences to day
Probata Court Justice Cox Estato of
Ceorgo W bhockey and Illchnrd A idmon
hton final accounts nasscd In ro Mary II
Ctilllnaii minor final account of guardian
pascd Iu ro Ituchel Coleman minor Jlorils
iolcmaii appointed guardian bond S uoo
Estate of Thomas A Newman letters testa
mcutary toThomas A Newman bond 10000
Estato of Lucy L Hunter namo of commis
sioner corrected letters testamentary tollary
Ann McClaln bond S OOO Estato of Haldol
E homes letters of administration to Prank
C Somes bond 8 ViO Estate of Susan Kengla
Inventory of personal estato tiled value
89S5J77 Estato of Michael NIhlll letters
testamentary to Ann NIhlll bond SlOu Estato
of Jackson Lackey notice of publication
Issued Estato of Charles Rogers Laura L
Morgan appointed guardian bond JW Es
tato of Henry llocgeholz letters of adminis
tration to Charlotto llocgeholz bond S30O0
Estntoof John II Thompson will admitted to
piobnto Estato of Nathan Itlehardson let
ters of administration to Howard U Clagctt
hondSSOO Into Eliza 11 and Charlotto Iter
Infants Job Ilaruard appolntod glial dlnn
bond 10000 Estato of Henry llurrlll will
admitted toprohnto
Absolutely Pure
This powder novcr vaucs A marvol of
purify strenctb end vholoomcnoss Moio
economical than tha ordinary kinds and can
not bo told In competition with the multitude
of low test ehort weight alum or phoiphata
powder AoM only In rain ItOYAIj HAIC
1KCJ JOWHtlt CO ICtf Wall Bt N V
A bTAONANT JfAUKHT
Tlio Depression In tlio 1rlces of Stocks
Continues
New YonK Juno 8 Tho stock market again
broko tho record for dullness during tho pros
cnt depression In buslncs tho total number
of hars sold being only 00051 Tlio Inn tono
of tho past two days also was lacking anl
prices this oonlng nro fractionally lower for
tho majority of tho list though tho transac
tions of tho day with tho llnni rcsnltsaroof
very llttlo moment Tho iino isyfeelhig Iu tho
london market oier tho rumor of npissago
by tho Dcmcr nnd lllo luiiulo of tho dlildend
on Its preferred stock mndo tho early figures
Vein that center lower than our Inst evenings
cicslng prices and tho traders thinking they
saw in oprHirtunlty to mko a tuni Jumped
on tho narkct In order to old In tho work of
depressing trices a story was circulated that
tho 2llssrlpriclflo director had met yes
tcrilay and Uccldet io pass tho next dividend
lint tho fact Is that tw mcctlngof dlnjctor
n 111 not up held until net w cck nnd tlicro Is
as yet nothing to Indicate imt ndUldondof
nt Icnst I per cent will notVnnld
1 he animation In tho tnnrkelviS oon over
nnd for tho remainder of tho ty up to
delivery hour tlio most Inlcnso Bt gnatlon
innrked tho trnnsnctlnns and tlio nuriuitlons
wcro con II nod except h tho stocks aovo
mentioned to less than I for cent Tho it
tendancant tho board was vcty slim nnd the
losses mado Induced pomo covkiIiik by tho
trnders towanl tho close which whs tlull hut
film nt small fractions below tint iroh oj ns a
rulo v
Moncyoncnll has been easy ranging tisin
1 to II last loan nt 11 and cloilng otfeicdn
1 Sterling exchango Is dull and steady
Actual business nt for CO day bills pud
4Wt for demand lostcd rntct -Is to ni
Oo eminent bonds hnvo been dull and steady
btntobondsbavobecn dull and featureless
Treasury balances Coin SlWCOJSWj cur
rency 15lb131
AVIilto llouso Iround
Tho list of tho open nlr rromenndo concerts
nttho whtto houso grounds will tako placo
this afternoon nt 610 oclock Tho following
programme of muslo will bo tendered by tho
Marino band Prof John Philip Sousit con
ductor
1 March Semper Udells Sousa
2 Irand lnntnsln Tnnnhausei Wngncr
3 Among tho Hungarian Shepherds Apltz
1 hounds from tho Purest Tlio
Shepherds Pipe 3 Song of tho
sic hj on in iiiu lianvo wi iiiu
Hungarian national dance Tho Czardas
I Vulic Iu Ultima
5 A Tripoli thu Limited Express Don
0 ricms from lloccncclo Hunno
7 Selection Tho Ulack HussarMIllockcr
The I list Ilxcurslon Ilown tlio liny
Tho passenger department of tho 11 nnd O
It It Co announce tha last oUhoso delightful
rail nnd boat excursions down tho bay for
Snndny Iuno 10 This will bo poltlvcly tho
last one of tho scries as tho boat will bo
used for tho Uiltlmorc lliyltldgo excursions
thu halanco of tho senson
Tho special train w 111 leave II nnd O depot
at 10 ii m Hound trip Sit children 50c
Tho menls on tho boat liavo been reduced
tn sua nnd the sumo standard1 ot excellenco
obserud
Prof ltrcls Oichestrn will accompany tho
exclusion and furnish music during tho day
AiVJiiTisifj liirrnnts
The followlngls a list of admttBetlleuns remain
ing In the WashlDBton city poatoffice Uatubdat
Juno I 188H
jjrTo obtain any of these letteri the applicant
must caU for AnvrKTisrn letterd
jIfnotcalledforwUliIntwoJffeekitherwlll
be fcent to the dead letter offlce
JUUN w ROSS roittnoster
Aiulerton MrsKdlllt
AtklnMrM
Asltmen Mrs J It
Ames MrsJolmlJ
Allen Lucy
llcrry Mrs A H
llergrann Mr CD
ilurns Mlsn Mile
rnrton Mrs Etnlly
Hootli Km ma
II rond Emily
Drown Mis Harriet
lodMlrsH T
CurfordMrsll M
Holnmt Henrietta
ItonhltaMn J
Jlntclielor Mrs J
itnlley Mrs Julia
lliownLncy
DlesfilDfr Lizzie
Hreton Mrs L
Lroun Margie
Eomnrdf Man
Ilurrell MisMollle
Ilrndford Mrs Mary D
liowen Mnbel
liureniES Mary A
ZiocmonJIary
llroxton Mrs Mary
Hercly Mrs Mary
IiencliMrs
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Unaetl Sarah
Itanlsler MrsSuun
lioosclillle
Clfpg AnutcD
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CohertMrsIt H
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Crnlfr fiamn
Carter Pram Is
Cooper Fannlo
Carter Otorcia
Cooper Mrs Jen
anon Mrs II W
Carnnon Mrs llelleu
Connolly Ll2te
sunamuer ttuvy
CnrinlclinelMrs
Lee
Chuie Liue
turrati JIny
Calduell Mrs Marfit
Crump Mia Mildred
Clarke Mrs M J
Carter Mabel O
Carpel le Mary B
Coleman Olhe V
liamberlln MImOM
Carter rauliue J
Calvin Mrs It 8
Church Mrs tifillle H
Coventon Mrs Sarah
lalUrt Bophy
Carpenter Mrs Tllday
unie iirs m jl
chllce MrsWI
Dabiiev Aniauda
He Ynllssn MlssAddah i
Done Carrlo
IftlsKmnia
Ialdson Emma
Divldlvva
Uftls TonnleS
Delaplane Katie
Davis Mrs Kate
DaubyJlamle
atcs Mary O
Drlscoll Miss
lassoy Mabel
Dlckenon Mrs Martha
Hal Is Mis Matilda
DeAttley Miss Sue K
Kills Kacnle
Kills Mary busan
Kills ri title
loidMrs Alice
lordsMrs Catharine
IUlitr Mrs Jennie
rieatcherMlBS
ilbson Annie
ilUonCelestluc
Cray Inly M
leiiuli Eliru
Iratou Kllzza
luest Mr George
OreiioryMrsI A
Gore Mrs John It
iraef Llna
Golden Mai la
CrlmMra Mary A
ClbUMrtMartliaA
Joulden Maria
Ciccn Mrs ITlst Ilia
Garnet Koro
ciront Kebecca C
Herrle Mrs Aaron
Helllnger Mrs Albert
Jleafer Misllell
Horrlday Mrs Chas
Jllllllatlle
Hot Mrs Jane C
Hullon Mrs Lata
llcoc Lucv F
Howard Lula
Honser Lizzie
Hodgson Lizzie
Hunt Mrs MtC
Houston Mrs M J
Harper Maita
Hounrd May
Hoot cr Mrs
Hill Mary
HerMleld Mrs Mary
Hawkins Mary J ono
Hawkins Mrs Nellie
Hllo hmlB
Hawkins Helecca
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LADIE3 LIST
llillHallle J
lluoir Vireinla
Johnton Annte
Jacoli 3iU A K
JoucOlr H
Jolltr Ultta
Joliusoa UllaN
Johiifion Mr Kiniaa
Jnrtioc1 Alls U
Joluifltoii Lucy Mary
JnckFon ttxzlil
Jnikion Mmla
Jones Mary V
Joliiiion All M K
Aiuleiion Hon J A
Alien Ned
Armstrong llobert
Amies 1 nomas
Atkinson William W
Alderman A
liroun Anton
Doiielllu Antonio
liyrue 1
Pronn Hondas
Uom en 1 red 1
Piaudel Gen
lirnlen Henry
Piirch Humphrle A Co
Poker Ira
Polton James
llrooks Jnmr
Pom man J 11
Hell Judge Joints II
Him J L
lirianib V
1WM Mr
iiui
Uracil M B
liurgerOllur I
lllakelvlhoiQa
llutcurkIlioianjll
needier 1 hornton J
iiartn j ii
Jackson
Mr Mary K
tiuiiimiin luijsill
Johnson Rosa
Jackson Willis
Kendall Mrs Llszle A
Irfvy Mrs AC
Lonell Ml AC
Irfe Mrs Asnes
Lyons Miss 11
1coolr Corn
Lnnfiton Killtll
Lee Ellen W
Llljerly Ilnitle
Llvlngood Mr II P
Urn Is Miss I
Iaiuax Mntllfl
Lucn Mary M
Lee Mary
Lollom Victoria
MAiknll Addlue
Miller Mrs Ada I
Muriliy Mrs Ada
Madden Mrs U K
Morndy Miss Dnral
titles 111a
Mechanic India A
Mount Mrs Lucy
Maycnilds Mrsl
Mason Mill M II
Mookr Mis
Moore Mrs MAry
Mntthews Mrs Mary
Moreon Mrs
MnckMarraret
Maitheivs Mary 2
McfJhee MisiM J
Mont Marthn
MuipliyjMaryd
Mclniyre Mrs M J
Mnou Mhs M ti
McCoy Mls MI
MllclialNora
Maillton MrsHusan J
McCaddon ijarali H
Merrick Mrs W A
Mesueury Mrs Wm
Neuhy Ellz1
New Ion Krnnces
Noire Kato
Newtiern Mary Prances
UDoniicll AdaM
reck Annie
Parker Mrs Anna
Porter Alice
Pi Ice lleulnli
Prler Mrs Kullne
Plokney Mrs itlen
Plerant MIS Kllcn
Pollard Mrs Jane
Piottman Mrs Mary
Parmcs Mrs Molly
lcrklnson Mrs It
IJuluu Mrs S
PoiiS Miss Abbey
Itolieru Allie
llohron Anule
Itlclianlsnu Ueoralu
lllrliraond MIS It I
Hideout tlrs Lena
Itcdiuan Mr Martha A
iiowi mm
Hoy Mrs Mary L
ItlcrlMrs Wm
Smith Annie
Hhoemnker Ahhlo
Seymour Alice
Sndle Miss Areny L
Shaw Cora J
Mules Kmllr
SinllliMIisEU
Spates Kmma
Squires Mrs Frances
Smith Mrs Henrietta
Sparks MrsJa 11
Snowden Laura
Small Mary
benniUe Mn Mnrlo
hiiencer Mr Malta
Hmltll Miss
Smith Hie Misses
Smith Mary J
smith Mr M
Hprtuss Nancy
Itiiilili Mrs K II
Knnrlipr rinrAli
hlauijhter Sallle
Tread ell Mrs A E
lerrell Uelle
Todhunter CIam E
Tliomiis KmmA
Teaman Einiua
Thomson Kmma
T homes Kmtna
Taylor Mary Eliza
lalnor Kloienco
Taylor Harriet
Traltcli Lena
Taylor Lucy
IaIIow Miss
Thomas Miss S J
Taylor Mrs Terry
Turner Slary
Triiimel Mrs
lilckett Mrs Mary
Tolsou suslo
Van Patten Mr John
Wood roe Annie
WestfAll Alice It
Wlet Mil Animer
Wood Jlurnta
WAiitter Ilettlo
White Mrs O
Wtllel Fllzaheth
Wyihe Fannlo
Wayland Mr II I
Wren Ilatllo
Well Mr J II
Wllln Liza
WuushMrs Lucia
West Mrs Lucy
Wans Mrs
Webster Mrs Marie I
Wlte Mmy It
WnlshMlssM V
Waller Mrs Maurice
Wade Mrs Mntulo 1
Wrlchtllne Mrs Hobecca
Wlifilnmon Mrsltochel
Wood Mrs sushi Ii
WldtlockMrs wr
Vouns Lottto
Ylnilcy Miss M Annie
joiiiifou Marie
FoniilON Ll TTKItt
Bnlcy MnW I Hluart Jlnry
Helby Mlt Vtllllini Air Lucy
IIISNTIISMISHH M3T
Klllcser John
Kemp James W
Key Master tinondrn
Kirk IMenu H
Kelly Can Win
Knuscr W M
Leaet A Purettcli
Lynch 11
lnuyuor II J
Lcniunu Jacob M
Imous Wllllnm II
Lone W II IS
Lawrence W J
McMullen Alesandei
Mullen 11
Mcluilel CS
McniktnCliares
Mar Dr
Miller 11
Mctnn I
Myrrs 1C M
McCanipbell Prank
McKhIIhU Pi die
McCampbell Frank
Mttsger V V
Utrkward lea 0
NcllenrylG T
McKlunou Harry CJ
nilicslthosfl 21
lironn spt Wllllati
I row n W II
Ilattc Wnt 11
CliritIsAir
lilrllll Ancrlo
Clsre Andrew
tntfrKJI
tlmkuroreeW
lIsrlcFrAnk W
Ccrltttllon Henry
tntrJnmes
CnljJno
tnlmrd J II
CnrMny Jolmlt
Cutilnn J H
Cook tiQnuifl
Clitilb fled man I
Inirrns Alfrert
Dcilec 1 V
IllCklDfOll P P
Iiurlism Ml
Hon rtuic James
Iiariiv J i
DlllilcliJosJ
Ilcejr Jtuliert
IMirdrn W SI
Ilcatll Clmillo
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1 rtdeitck Hon IIP
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Pole K
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Ktrrell Join P
ftrcenwood AO
Onrtult tlms
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tfton Clus
lrltj Henry
clnenvin
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OrlshamJlilbV
Conlou Itkliiira
liters itovertliji
Allen Mlis I
Adams air
ilenedlct Mrs E U
llroun Mrs Jane
lirjni Mrs L V
Purke Lizzie
I urhnnan Mrs
rrlFcs Maltle
Hanks Mrs
Drirtn Mis
Hronn Nannie
Cnniteld Mrs K
Loomls Mr Jos L
Cox Mr Thos c
DunAn MIbbI
JloiUls Mrs
Daniels Mrs
Kriklne Mrs
rrneerMlrnrfla
Poriesl Mary
Fountain Mfiics
drey Mrs HI
Hamilton Mis r s
Hnrriion Airs Mary A
Hnrrtnctou Mrs
lloulz M1U T
Johnson Mrs Ada
Johnson IintCllaB
Anderson Hon Clins
AshtyCliaslI
AcbesonN II
Perhtud A
Harbour sr A
Hrernan H Ii
HucklerO WI
uroniie Hr a It
liroun JI A
Hanks John
Urine John
Hryqu L II
Hurneit W I
Hiooki DrW T
Hsrth Win
CAilIn Hamilton
abot Louts
Ciimmlligs Mr
barnirii w II
De shsy Mr
Diane Hr
DADeerllcld WT
rcrmieon wm II CJ
ilbbous A 1
GArdener Fred 2
ireen ThosEJr
Howard Andrew
Harlan Mr M V
Harris Moses
Hill J C
Helm Mrs J A
Jett LIias I
JscktonOeo
James Harry
Jackson Mr
Jackson 1 11
Krauic 11
Klmliifpr I
Kelly s PAS Doing
Atlnins Mnry
Allrn Jlrswussn
lirow n Gertrude
Putter Jlnry
Uutler Sophia AC
Gains Mnry
Henderson Anna
Jsckoiii Annie
Murry Henry
McKnryJoFin
JtlclitlJotiny
MiCormlcK JADie
Minors R SI
MrKcmniitiSlin
Miller Samuel II
MurrliyTlioi
Mslie Willie
MtiynAril Wnlter
Mcltcnnpy William
MiKprdipl W1I
Mcnrhle W II
Newman Itro
Netmltli 1 h
Nonunn JAmet
Xelpcle M A
INill JoerliA
Omen Clinrlrs
jhai J
liion A J
Ililllll Key OH
IAlmrr UK
Irnuiiroot David
rrlmes Ell
riilllri Kdivln Tonn
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Peters 1reil 8
Ilielre II I
Pryor Johnny
Price Nntlifln 1
Price Uoliert
1nikrr WltllAin
Icmi Wllllnm
IArncIl Win I
Pierce lion Wl
Itone Pen
Iteacli O O
lire Charles O
Itotllns Henry
ItlctsIlotiHA
Ilnmllp Til
Jtoprrs W O A Co
Hultlvnn Andrew
Hloott Cnsrley
Huumler J A
Kmtlh IMmsfl
Klinnct Iianlel
lace Stirhen T 2k HtiTiler Il II
liMircutt A A fctuiuler II L
IlAlrUon A 11
IllllfOj cliosD
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llummett CIias K
erioi iioncjco Ull
flntbin I Ann
Dhipbyd Judge A Mrs
JAmet
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HhfArer Lei
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Ilenen I HalltN Hhaclleforcl 8 S
IloltoyJno Xv Blniw Bnml V
HAllJnoK sntll Thomas Kl
lllrlft Jnn W shllHlfP w1 1
lerron J 11
Hunt J II
JlAxMlon JM
Hick John Mi O
IltArlJnincsO
Harris JohnW
llartsroot lc II
Hairls Mnlor
llAiceiMlcliail
Hamilton Iialnh
Hutth Ilonlluhis
Harcll ltoLert
llumrliiMHU
HIltOenTW
llanell Wm
Hunt Wllllnm
llnmllnnWO
Hill William CI
Hooker W II
HArllEnn W I
Inide Chris
Jncoh It
Jaims Henry
Jones James II
Johmon Itev J l
Joltnfton John W
KcnaitA II P
Kemen el N
Klein Hi nry
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Tll Arthur
Tollicv frank
ThorntoK John I
Thomas LViy
Tlionins IT w
Taylor 10
IhoniAS SO
Thornlonlucksr
TAylor Alaylor
ThuiuAA Wm
YnnwAclnAn Ilrotlieis
VAlller PrAiik
Willis Aaron
Williams A 1
Wnrncr Hud
WAllieClinrley
WIlllAins HouCA
VlriirirlilOha
Walt Date
Williams IW
WM HlrAin
Wharton jAraes A
Walter Jnines 15
Wadoii J II
Wrlchl 11 II
Wewler H H
WlielnnT
Widlnce Hon W 1
rOIlElQN LBTTEIH
IhiihJC Levy Mark
linrllett Sidney MurnhyMlcliael
couBldnnJ Neulakllmlerlck
Hitch JaiucsJ lomeroy William II
LlileuHnns KeliiMlnK Noibcrl
MUCKLLANUOl
nonnl of Ite stock Commlifloners
PnrineiSiV McchAiilcs Xlre Ins Co
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411 tthst
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Kennedy Mrs
I epreuxMrs A
Lnmor filtcn
Monelle Mrs John D
Miles Miss Kstlo
Monrow MArthA
Moreon Mnsste
MAtlory Nellie
MasIUMIssU
Ill ire Miss
Illonnell MrsjAS
Pond Mrs Lucy
Knssell Mrs A
Itussell Mrs Lucy
ltpynotils Mis
HtuNo SuAn I
htcphens Mrs EC
stAly Mrs FI
Tucker Mr
Vnss Maria
Welsh Mrs Annte J
Williams Mr nil Jr
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WaIIacc IlAtttO
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Lnsnlle Chas A
l4iudvolit F
levy Mark
Madpn Kdjar
Martin i li
MarkardGeoUJ
Mueller J 1
McLanahau Mr and Mrs
MorroiY M
Mallliens IIS
Parsons A J
roplmm John N
Pulllns W J
llVfl A It
Llrlinrds Mr anil Mrsll
T
Roster It
Ittilneillinrt Oils It
polllns II T
llsinolil Ir I A
Kcnnlnutoo M
Hyan W K
tJulslil Ircilk
rJllifstnusli I
Hmttbt Leoanm
Htitlicrloiul M
bpats llobl W
Hinlth Wm
riiornioii Utiylor
llioinns Ctiflucy
Toiiilns V A
Van Lew Mr Annie
Williams A
Whllnker U
Webb It 11
WaldrliliOH
Werner Jas 1
Walker l iclmrlaU II U
list or MTTTiins iiiiTUitNiin most
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Ue Sally
March Sarah
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Hmlili Mrs II II
lliotupion mi
Tneedy MrsTlios II
Stalker Allie
Williams Minnie
OENXLKMKNS LIST
Pikfnlllo w II Mornn Prank 11
Colmon Henry Nevlns J I
CurtlSfJns A Koblnsou I red A
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Hall John Vance 10
Jones Hr Thos Warn M 1
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Lewis Miss Peiidletou Mrs C 13
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llaiiQOii Han
JlKILBNKI
Oileil Mftck
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Wliltlug James
rilOM DIAD LETlKIt OFFICE
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All tho Ladles
Vho hato given Ajcr llnlr Vigor tt trial
are enthusiastic In its praise
Mrs J 1 llui ton ot Iiingor Maine says i
I have been using Ayers Hair Vigor with
man clous success It restores the original
color tn pray hair promotes n fresh groutli
nnd keeps It strong nnd healthy As a toilet
nrtlclo 1 h ivo nou r found Its equal
Ayers Hair Vigor
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tend tlio fuiieial on Miiiduv ultcruiii at a
oclock from tho lesldenco of lur knuil
pnients Si0 O tieet West Waslngton
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CELEBRATED
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Estimatos f ur n Ishocl to
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Ownors
Tlnworlc in all its branchos
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MESHOES
DALTON STRICKLAND
030 Ioim Ave
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NATUIIAL MlNKltAL WATElt
is ft superior table water end an absoluto kid
sty regulator JAMKH L UAHBOUlt A bONl
AKCBtg bold by all druEKleU and dealers
IJtorostrN
IH010iS roll WAblUNO towii
senlcd juopoials In dutilleite will bo re
rehidat IhlKotllio until 1J OCLOCK NOON
1 1KSDAY IVNi 19 Its for wihlng towels
fortiMOf the Wnr Department and Its bit
leans dining tho Ilscnl eur ending lime M
IfMi Proposals should state the pilc o per
doen Didders au notified that no award or
foiinulncccptiinceof any bid under this
will ho mndo until Congress
makCHnnnppropilutlon fiom whirls the ser
vices called for ran be paid Illiink forms of
propofnls nnd lnfoimatlon will bo furnished
mi application to this ofili o The government
leMitct the right to reject nny and nil bids
C II norr
Afltant uartennntcr I b Army
invlli 151WliStiit
liitoiosAis roii uopi
J May SO lhsS Sealed pioikkuIs Indorsed
Propo als for ltopo heels Ac will bo ro
reived trnm manufacturers und regular
deal is only nt thcliitrcau of lrosloiisand
Clothing Nny Hepaitnient Washington I
C until II oiloik n in 11 Ni IK hn uul
oiKtitil lintueitlatelv therealter In the
cncoofblddeis for tho supply nt lh navy
md Wnslilngtou of It rnisj wheels i Itli tlio
netcssary inuehlncry which must pass tho
iMiulnnul lii i cctlon nml u re eruitlonof
SO jier cent will be withheld fiom the amount
of enchdelli cry until the completion of tho
continct Tie bids decided by lot Didders
nro iifened to tho eoinmnnlluut nt tho Wush
liiuton nasy sunt for speeltlcatlons forms of
ofli r and nil liiforSnallon relatKo to the ar
ticles icquhed I ho propouls must bo mado
In duplicate nn tho piopc r blank forms mul
Jlltttt out iiiilttattil bu the Maul Tho Do
paitment resenes he rflit to reject any pm
losal not advantageous tn the
Rouinimnt IAMi llITON
Paymaster ticneriil V S Nuy
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PATI1ICK r stt eet northwest ltesldeneo
1811 V street noithwcst oe51y
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ATT011NEYAT LAW
U COItCOllAN UUILDINQ
WASIHNTTON P C
I1UNTON JEFF CHANDLER
EllA Of VIiRlnln OfJllssourl
UUNTON cnANDLEIt
ATTOUNE3
WAblllNUTON 1 C
Wlllpi uclholn tho Supremo Court Tof the
lnltcd Mutes tho Court of Claims tho Courts
of tho District of Columbia before tho Com
mitts es of Congress nnd tho Departments
ODlce Nus37 33 aud 39 LOlttOltAN 1JUILD
1NI
PATENT ATTOIINEY CIIAS 1 CiOOCn
J M Cloud bnlhllng Oth nnd V streets
years uxiwrleuiu 1IIOMIT FAITHFUL nor
vice
Liebig Companys
EXTRACT of MEAT
nncst and chenpet
MEAT FLAVORING STOC K
SOVIS JIMli DISHES nnd SAUCES
Annual sale 8O000 J trs
liiiillno ii n I y jrt
ultliriu sliiillenr y yj A
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ultinuturt In lllurb J
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ti in of tn atlm lit m Mill Is as ubwlutt ly UDfatUUfr us uy
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SCTIEnULI IN EFFECT JUNK 3 16SS
l0aTO U V fatatlon and U
trcct
80 A M Eat Tcnneea Mall dallv for
iiiiiuii imruunsviiio cnariottns
Irnmerv nml rcnur riplnnn iiiMn
fP Wnshlnrflpn i to Now Orleans
1131 A JI 1
ast mall dally for Warronton
t harlottrsvlllo Oortfoiwllle tatlon3
licaiyako and Ohio route Lynch-
Ki1111 V IMVlllo and
etntlon hetween
MnehlHim nnd Dan
VII e irecnshoro llnleluh chnrlsttc
ColumMn Aninnta Atlanta lllrmlniri
hamMontrotncryNowOrlransToTa
nnd California Pullman sleeper New
V Jlontjioincrf In connection
with Pullman
slceiieri Munteomory to
New Orleans nnd JIann limlolr Mlccn
trs for lllrmlnKhnin Vlcksbtinr nnd
Shroveport llillmnn Sleeper Danvlllo
iSITilf aa tluHeston Holla
train Washington to Atlanta Uoei
not connect for C o routo pointj on
riinIIlJT
S3SPJI lally except Sunday forXfanni
ra htrashurtf and Intermediate sta
tions
650 rM Woslcm cxpresidallr for Warren
ville Cincinnati and at Louis Inll
man blcepen nml solid trains Washlnij
ton to LoiilsMllei also for LynchburS
1 rlstol chattanoojra Jlcraphls uttUi
Hock and all southwestern points
Throiuh Pullman 8 cepcrs WashinRton
V -Memphis without chanKo
llaTOPM fcouthern Lxprcss dally for Lynch
lVrirt IJmlllo ItalelBh AshevIIlo
Charlotte Columbia Aiken Augusta
Atlanta Montcnmcry New Orleans
Texas ami California Iiillman Slccpi
cri Vt aslilnston to Now Orleans via
Atlanta nml Montgomery Pullman
hleepert W aslilnston toAugmtaua
without change
TIUINH ON WASIIINGTON AND A
VISION
Lcavo Vi oshlnjrton ow n m dally
l1Knnt5l dal1 arrlvln
Hill 1148 n m nnd 721 p tn V
Hound IIIU RM am dally an
except Sunday arrlvHiu
andsiMp m at onco
1 lirongh trains from t1 ho wu
Damllle nnd dn
tonSUUn mTH p J i1
Urlstoland Iynchbu1 n I11
n in via Clicsaica1 ot tllu
LlmrlottesMlIe at Oltlo ever S
at u 47 am jjroorsJi
Ticket bleeping Car rc ratlon and infor
rfS011 nd saKo checked nt
onite 1300 lcniiiylvanla atenuo and at
station IliiusyUanla railroad xtu
and II Etreets jas L TAYLOU
e nerql Iqsaenger Agent
rnun iHRATpnNNSTLVANr iioutpto
Ji1L1i I1ACUSPLI INDIDSCUNUItYi
bTllllf WtNl HAILS ILUJNII IUIINT JJQUII
IN TIFFICT JUr 3 ISM
TItAINS LEAVE Washington Irom station
corner 6th nnd 1 streets us Yellows
i uw iiijuuiK mm mo w cstcn cago Limited
JKVoflml Vestibule Cars at 9 job m
lally last Line 0 10 nm dully to Cincinnati
7 ft ni Meciiimj Cure from Harris
hurg to Cincinnati and lluffet Car to bt Louis
dallr except batnrday to Chicaco wlthWecm
h a WllWvVstera eE
llHA 40 11 m ii V With Kmnn nn
III to Clilcngo and btIxiafHiuiiiM
rannct urgwv llnrr sburg to Cleveland
Mic Hr8 fur Lvnt Ilarrisburg with tliroi g i
vJ tBwi hPitil0a1i MemphU S iWi
WCl IW1 ttirollgti
0p Plttshlim nml Ihrt
1lttsbiirgtiKlilcigo Vrto PltSbSr7 uSm
Kl01uburgund
IIA1TIVIOHU AMI r0
lor Erie Canaiidalgua Ihr rtAILTtOATl
Niagara low p In ifally exci ijuffkli
Willi Ialaeo Curs Washington to tWnVSS J
ror ttiiiiamiport IM Haven and
in i iiiiiiy exi epi nuiuiay mtrn
For New York nml thii nit m onira
mill 1110 n Tn it IS Jlil loon nniii
On Sunday 00c 1 1 10 n in si oo 410 10 ivKff
lisop m Limited Lxiiressnf lultrrnn iiri7
xCurs V 40 a tn dally uiccpt buuday an 1 3n
pvui uaiiy with Dining Car
KJ Dostuu without iibango 2 00 p m every
1 orDnVdyn N Y all through trains con
nect nt JiT cj City Willi boatsof Umoklyn
Annex afJorMK direct transfer to Fulton
strict avoldlni ouhlu fcrrlago across New
York city
For Philadelphia 0 00 1100 and 1110
n m200 Pioooo luW nnd llunp m on
buntlny 00 1110 a 10 00
and lfJ0 p m Limited Llpress all Parlor
Cars 0 40 a m week days and 115 P m dally
with Dining Car
For llaltimore CT5 T S0 0 00 040 030 1100
1110 nm1 03 SXi ai 410 4rso V IC ti 00
r40 10 JO and 11S0 p m On SunilnjJ00
0O50S0 Ht0a in USO 315 410 a OoTIO
10W nndlDsnp m -v
For Popes Creek Line 50a m and 110 uT
m dally except S iinduy
For Annapolis 7S0and 0 00 a m 1J 05 400
and Civ p m dally except bunday Sundays
0O am 410 pm
AILXANDItlA AND FItKDEIHCKsHUItH
HA1IWAY AND AIKXANDHIA AN1J
WAMI1NOTON ItAUKOAD
On 1057 am
1S04 noon SU3 4S 1 51J0 STS C 03 MO 10 03
nnd 11 17 p m On bunday at cm 043 10S u
m sl oSi b 05 and 1U05 p m
Aecoinmodatlon for CJuantico 5KX p m
weekdays
For Klchmond and tlio South C 00 1057 am
dally and c03 p m dully except Sunday
Itnlns loute Alexandria for Washington
0 03705800010 1015 Il07ami lux ii
oi iv iu ii ii UIHL iiuj p ra III
bunday nt 010 and llf7 a aZ
v mm ivs p in
Tickets und lnrnrmatlon at tho oiace north
cast corner of 11th street and Pennsylvania
n c line and at t ho station where orders can
Iw left for the cheeking of baggage to destina
tion from hotels and residences
j n wood
General ra enger Agent
CIIAS E rUflll lencral ilanager
JJALTIMOllE Jt OHIO IUILKOAD
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT APIt t 1S3S
LEAVE WASHINGTON ITtOM
NEK OF NEW JKItbEY AVE AND f sr
For Chicago Northwest Exp Dally 1053
A M 015 P M
For Cinrlmiatl bt Louis Exp Dally 300
and 015 P M
For Pittsburg Jt Cleveland Exp Dally 1035
A M 015 1 M
lor Lexington and local stations 1010 A JI
For Philadelphia Newark und Wilmington
7S10 A M S05 P JI 5V3 1- M dally Express
liirlntenncillutu points between llaltlmoia
hCl Philadelphia -I A M uvl ttl15 P M
For fclngerlynml lutermedlato bolnts 1710
AM and 4301 JI
For llaltimore 5 C 10 C 40 710 8- 9 11
is i iiiiiiuiu iriniii a ii i io -co jia 43 mln
uto trulnl SIO 410413 SJ5 510 CI3 B33
nml 10 801 Jl Sundays CIO 7J0 013
A JI 113 SOS 310 l JO 133 53 013 813
and iosio p ji
For ANNAPOLIS C 40 and 830 A JL 1J10
and 410 P JI on Sunday 810 A JI 4131
JI Lease Annapolis IU 837 A JI 103
3 ro CS0 P JI Sundays b10 A JL 410 1 JI
lor Way stations between Washington nnd
llaltimore 610 C10 8 10 A M 1S10 110 413
C 13 1 JI on bundays b30 A JI 113 300
4 33 045 P JI
For htntlons on Jfetrnnnlltnn Iti omli
tC13
A Jl I13 1 JI for principal stations only
1010 A JI S4 13 tsili nml p m
For tiallliershurg nnd Intermodlato points
tOCOA JLUSW f440 s3 13 til SO I At
For Uoyds and lutermeillate stations t0O
and HO oo 1 SI
hurch trnlu leaves Washington on Sunday
piilyatl13IJI stopping ut ull statlous on
Slctrorsilltnn llrnnch
lirI iEliEHILitlO10 A JL t300 tlJ3
t5l JI Sundnsl 131 JI
For IIAOrlfsTOWN tIO A JL 1 JI
For IfHAY and isjhits on tho MienunJoali
Vulky linlliond to Ibunoku ami all point
soiitlnla Norfolk and Western Itillroad 3KM
Tiuins arrive frnm r hli ago dally 7S0 A JI
nnd 5 15 P JI from Cincinnati and St Lonls
dally C A A JI and I 1 JI j from Pittsburg
dully 7JO A JI and 513 P JI
Horn Philadelphia Chester nnd Wilming
ton 1013 A Jl VI T 10 and 0113 1 JL dally
Fiom Mngiiiynnd intermcdlatopolntsuortli
of llaltimore luw Jl daily and l jlj A JI
biindny only
11uIiisiiim lliiltltnoro for Washington nt
CSU uno i3 oSs 0 03 10 00 ilVinlnuta
train 1IC0 ii5mlniitu train A M 1M3
SW 3 Csl 4 10 61SJ CtW 030 81 SilO
and 1100 I JI On bundii OK 90O 003
10 00 A JI 1 13 CO 110 iuo 30815 b30
anil 11CSJ 1 JI
tExceUSuudiT Dully Sundays only
lincgago called for and cheeked at hotels
nnd rcMdcni v on ordci s left ut Tbkel olllces
Cli in d 1AM PENNSYLVANIA AMINLE
W JI CILMLYls CIIAS OSCULL
Ccncrul Jlanagtr Cien Pass Agent
pilESAIEAEE AND OHIO ItOUTE
Newport News and Mississippi Valley Com
pany
Schedulo In edect Nor 13 15S7
Trains lcuu Inlun Depot tit It and II sts
1057 A JI Fur Newport News OM lotut
Comfort und Norfolk Dally except
siiiidiiy AiiIno In Norfolk at 7 1 JI
1151 A JI -1 or stations on tho chesapeako
nud Ohio lu Virginia West Virginia
and Kentm ky Dally ctcept Sunday
blccihgcuu Cllltou Forgo to limit
Inton
5JO T M lust wesfeni express dally Solid
tiitlu with 1ulliain buffet slceplni
ens to LoulsWlle Pullmnn sen lea to
Cluilniiall bt Louis Jleuiphls unit
New Orleans
OfflcoSISIenn nvo
11 W FULLKIt
OVneral Passenger Agout
TrEYES Jt CO
AV 1
M llUAliy a IIU1CIJ 01 AUUL3
Corccr Fourteenth and D Strocta Northwest
lirascbomcc at the Atllscton

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