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THE WASFXN&TOIN TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1894.
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AYASHDK3TON.D. C, SEPTEMBER 2C, 1894.
Strong Tnonds for The Tiracs-
"HlUBQUABTBMS DlBTBICT AS6EMBIA, No. 6G,
KXHHfTC OF liABOK
Win)wm', D. C, September 21, 1894.
"Me. A- Matibioe Iow, Business ilanagor
"Dbab Sib: At the last regular moating of
District Assembly 6G, Knights of Labor, The
Washixoto, Times was heartily indorsed
and the support of tho Assembly was pledged
to advertisers in The Times.
"C. T. Walpobt,
GIVEK OJJIGEXY IS TWICE GIVEN.
The Tcxsb' Juad lor the fire sufferers grow
a little yesterday, notwithstanding the fact
that dumb contribution boxes of Sunday
had just drawn out the dollars of tho char
Several letters have been received in which
tne writers expressed compliments for the
work of The Tnucs ia attempting the relief
of these distressed ones but no money was
inclosed. Xow, a cheek, or a bill, or a bit of
silver, or even a copper would emphasize sueh
correspondence very materially, and we re
6pectfUy ask. for more money for the Are suf
lerers and tess oompumeats for The Times.
The EvealeR Star of yesterday kindly called
attention to the fund in the following editorial
' The ASHisoiw. Times calls upon the chari
tably inclined to oontrf bute, according to their
mans. tt a fund which Tmk Timus proposes to
r i ise lor tiie relief of several -persons rendered
destitute by tfee Ore -wMeto took place a -week
a"o aadt-Urouh which -seven perwoasloftt their
J t ws. Wacbi-af-tonlans are, ae a rule, ready in
tl ir respoMes to MtggestkHis of well-doing,
I he Timks offers them an opportunity deserv
ing of prompt attention."
BfJLLYING, BEAWLING ACT0H3.
Slugger John L. Sullivan, in a published
interview, expresses dissatisfaction because
tne Actors' Union of New York city objects to
admission to the Baton of Pollard actresses
Faaey Mrs. Kendal in social converse with
Madeline Pollard or Joseph Jefferson lioD
nobbing with wife-beater Sullivan, and the
action of the Actors1 Union will need no ex
planation. Sueh persons as Sullivan, Oorbett, Jackson,
Brodie, and others who aspire to histrionic
lame, and who advertise themselves as actors,
will never realise their ambitions. The pub
lic may patronise their shows jut as they
would a menagerie of wild beasts or a mu
seum of wax figures to gratify a morbid
t unosity, but when it oomes to classing priee
i! girting brutes or scandal-reeking women
with talented, reputable representatnes of the
stage, the public will draw the line.
THAT STEIEE COMMISSION.
The Debs-Pullman strike commission ap
pointed by President Cleveland to investigate
the late unpleasantness at Chicago will meet
in this city September 26 to "receive suggestions-
and prepare a report. Meantime
Labor Commissioner Carroll will probably
mso make public explanation why he accepted
a Pullman pass.
It ma be possible that the report of the
commission will throw some light on the
causes of strikes and offer suggestions as to
a means of avoiding labor troubles generally,
but it is more than likely that its report will
I e disappointing to both labor organisations
and employers of labor.
Prosperous times will do more to prevent
labor troubles than any other agenc , except
h uinaae and liberal treatment of wage-earners.
Loss tariff tinkering and a better financial
cstem are absolutely noeeesarv to undis
turbed prosperity, and if the powers that bo
T.Jld reeommead a permanent tariff com--"ndsioa
to revise our tariff laws on business
j rinciples, and if Congress would deal with
"he monetary problem like sane men instead
of maldtiK it a jtolitieal issue there would be
no hard times in this country of plenty.
The Wilmington Morning Star has just
celebrated its twenty-seven years of service
in the ranks of Korlh Carolina journalism.
It is tiie oldest paper in the State, and has
never had a change in its name, proprietor,
or editorial management. The Morning Star
says Me look, "gratefully on the past and
liopehfjy to the future.'"
Trc suoeess of Japanese naval officers is
now explained. Thej learned their trade at
BotntKE Cocra has gone back into the
Tammasy wigwam. While the lamp holds
out to burn even the most honest man maj
Portions of Kansas are sinking. Some
darn fool farmer is trying one of J. J. lug-alls'
It is very evident that the Mikado is capa
ble of other things than having a oomie opera
named after him.
It looks as though that German editorial
duel in Chicago had compromised on "zwei
HOW ABOUT IT, MR. EKTWISLE?
Architect Gecnncr Recounts a Decision
That Reflects or "A our Judgment.
Building Inspector But wlsle's statement to the
coroner e Jury tb&t bad he "known that tho
fiumpti building was to be need as a factory he
-vrould not have allowed Mich thin party -walls," at
tracted the attention of Architect A. Goenner,
and he catne into Thf Times office last night to
throw a little wide-light on the question.
In 1H9I 1 was putting up a live-story build
ing for George J Mueller at 896 Pennsylvania,"
li said, "aud Mr Mueller asked that the nine
inch narty wall of the adjoining building it No
"1 Le condemned so that a new wall, eighteen
inches to the second story and thirteen inches
above thut could be put up
Mr ttniwisle condemned the Trail, which
was in bad repair and out of plumb, but after
w ard revoked bis first decision, saying that the
old wall nt (rood enough.
Mr. Mueller then appealed to tho District
Com mission ert- who appointed an architect and
two practical builders to examine tbe wall. Mr.
"Mueller hired a local expert and a I nited States
A r ny eturlueer officer, and these five men con
d rnned the structure
Mr Mueller was then granted permit to
build iu accordance with his original plans, but
wae afterwards aued by the owner of the other
building Judge Bingham decided in his favor,
1 ui Mr Entwurie s decision oost him much delay
and larce expea-e, and shows that his statement
with regard to the Stumph -walls is not borne
out by the facts for he knew that our building
vta1 u l used as i facto-y. but tried to compel
tn 1 use a niric in hwa'l -vhilo tho btuinph
Kali Y,as,lur.eeniii Ucs thick."
AS THE CROWDS COME OUT.
One of the brightest twinklers in tho theatri
cal firmament opened a -week's engagement nt
Albugh's Opera House last ovenlug 3Iiss
Fanny Kico, in "illsa Inuoceuco Abroad," is tho
luminary in question, and hor Jolly waj sand
oorfloiving mirth made a most pleasing im
pression upon a big audlonco
Hiss Kico for a long time reigned ns one of tho
queens of the New York Casino, and after an
absence of two yoais from abhlngton returns
in n play that was especially vritton for hor
The scones of "Miss Inuoconco Abroad ' aio laid
iu London, and the storj deals with the ndont
ures of a bright, young rtommi iu a uiatriinouial
agejicy, furnishing a solid foundation for two
hours and a half of solid fun.
Mn ltlce Is gU on an opportunity to introduce
her cabinet or portable theator UianUer
aVolches, uhich alonu hare niateriall) assisted
in gHining her an enviable reputation. As Molly
Flower she is as lltly and frolicsome as of yore.
George It i.di-nm Is in Irrosistlbl) funny come
dian. Charios Cooto as Hoginald Fobter, of tho
Guards, was a typical Englishman, his charactor
vork, if possible, being super or to that seen
here during the summer comnd season -Miss
UecMo llaight in tho role of itoso Sunburywas
erj elevtr Iho same may be saiu or Miss Koso
Deaudet ns lira C)l. bt. llirim In fact, the
whole company was up to tho mark in every re
epoct Lewis Morrison's production of Goethe's
"Faust" at tho Academy of Music last night gao
genuine pleasure to the large audience gathered
to s,ee It. It Is not 4 Faust" ns Goothe wrote it.
Tho philosophical and metaphysical element his
been verv successfully eliminated 2oris Air
Morrisons impersonation of Mejihlstopholcs
what the great German poet intended it to be,
but none the less this very capable actor evolves
a charactor that Is altogether entertainlng,helug
a mixture of the comedian and the gentlemanly
villain of tho melo-dramo.
Aithm these limitations ilr Morrison's crea
tion is thoroughly nrtistlc because it keeps
stri-tly to the lines upon which It is built. The
audlonco is mado acquainted with n decidedly
pleasant and rollicking de It who turns his dia
bolical foatui es to the light onl when it be
comes necessary for the business upon which ho
is Inteut the ensnaring of tho souls of Fnust
and Marguerite One thing is quite certain,
hower. the audience liked this particular reji
reseulative of the lotvor rt gion cxtremoly well
and let no opportunity go by to demonstrate it
to him bj heaity and liberal applause
MIssFlcrenco Kobrrls -nasas pleasing a Mar
guerite as could be wl-hed for nnd wrs especl
allv oflectlvc in the loecono In the third net
and at "N alentine s death. d ward EUwer t as n
graceful and seductive Faust L. .1. Hall w as
quite acceptable as S iebel, and Mrs. el'0l
Kneass equally so as Martha.
The scenic offecttTwore admirnblo, the rovels
of the demons on nlpingor s night being a ory
triumph of stage art, and the Incidental music
was will selected.
The erstwhile champion of the fistic world,
John Lawrence Sullivan, inaugurated .i weeks
Migngement at Uutlers New Bijou last liUht
Notwithstanding the fact thatCrrbett has I -oft
Sullhan of the privilege of afllxiug tho title of
"Champion' to his name ho still occupns a
warm spot in tho hearts of tho public, asAvI
deuced by the multitude that thronged to the
Bijou last night to welcome their fallen IdoL
Ihw season he appears in a nen plav writton
especially fo' him, and In the charicter of John
Desmond, which was cut to his measure he was
seen at his best.
Like others, his opportunities In tho new
piece are limited, probably through intention,
but whateerhelaekb from a dniuatlc stand
point his powerful physique, commanding pres
ence and stentorian tolce makes up Ihe sec
ond and third acts are devoted" .almost entirely
to vaudeville Booby Mack in song and dinces,
the king sisters in refluod duetts MlssNellle
Lawrence, dance artist, nud tho Barrows chil
dren were all clexer iu their respective aits
The last acts afforded much injojment to the
devotees of pugilism present as Sullivan di
vested himself of his drtss suit and entered tho
imaginary ring with Dan Dwyer for three
Harry Morris, the well known Dutch come
dian and his band of burlesquors, began a
week's engagement last evening at Keruans
Lyceum 1 heater The attendance was big and
me entertainment inucn enjoyed the curtain
raiser was s conucal reprntntionof a theatri
cal rehearsal of a new drama, entitled "Dutch
Crook." w Ith Harry Morris as tho Gerniauauthor
The usual olio followed, with Fd Lntl qJ, a clever
musical comedian; Flvnn and Walker, sketch
artistb, and a number of other vaudeUllo delin
eators. As a finale 1 rank Duino.it s burlesque,
"A Tempting l,wn. or, icked New rk, ' was
preseuted and well ueeivod The same per
formance will be ghen every evening during tho
w eak and matinees to-day,! hursdav, and fcatur
day. "The best plav this eason" was the verdict of
a number of eteran theater-goers after hearing
Seabrooke s comic opora, 1 nbasco," a; tho New
National last night, "labasco' is not unlike
the 'isle of Lhanipgne"iu piofiudon and m
genuitv of attraction, constant flow of wit, and
s-enic extravueance On tho whole It is better
As to Seabrooke, ho is urauf stionably the fun
niest man on the tinerkan stago to-day nnd In
more variety of wavs than any two others com
bined. He singfc a comi-song well, dances the
most intricate and novel step without apparent
effort, and can be really humorous without try
ing for effect. He was rewarded laht night b
the largest audience in any Washington theater
for five months.
"Tabasco has practicallv no pint. The in
satiate taste ol Hot-Hem Uain-l'nsba.Iiey of Tnn
giers, for excessively hot and pepper decoc
tions and the inability of his chief cook tos jpply
it makes tho potentate a persistent and danger
ous tyrant No one can satisfy that taste until
Dennis 0 Grady is shipwrecked on tho Pasha
shores, where hoisinlted to Jon a conspiracy
against the Fi'-ha s life, fermented by tho
King s chef, soon to fall a victim to his master a
wrath because cf a failure to provide peppery
sauces and Hos-Bun-a, soon to bo deposed is a
favorite of the harem Dennis who is repre
sented by Seabrooke, Is rotnincd as a French
chef by the doomed chef, vho hopes t o flory
Irishman will dispose ot the Pasha or meet his
satisfaction by supplving him with some "1 o
basco." '1 he siicce- of Demits, who is speedily
rewarded by being named a bey, is tho central
point of the comedy
In this comedy the wholo company did well,
including the chorus. Miss Catherine Llngnrd,
as Falina sang oxiellentlv, especially at tho
end of the lirst act, in which she had a good
chorus accompaniment and was loudly en
cored Mi6"j Flvia Cro, as Marco's sister, was
lery sp-igntly and winning ho too wis
warmly applauded, especially la her dancing
Seabrooke s comic soug, Swim Out, O'Grady,"
was a telling success and was repeatodlj en
cored Needless to say tho audience was thoroughlv
pleased, and It may safely bo predicted that
"Tabasco" will have a full house every night
Resolutions Passed IicgarJing the Trac
tion and Operation of Steam Llcv ators.
At a recent meeting of tho Association of to
centric Engineers the foUOtvIng preamble and
resolutions were passed:
Whereas the late flro of tho Messrs. Stumph's
factor has b-ought to view three f j.cts Ffrst,
that the building inspectors oflco is terribly
outofrepah and that the regulation pertain
ing to the erection of elevaiorn should be so
amended that no elevator should be erectod
whose mom o power is a belt, second that while
the press of this cltj whitewashed the caso, wo
firmly believe that if the building inspector is a
bonded officer there is sufllciout eaue for dam
age against him for the mali ious ncglectful
ness of the said nije"to-; third, thru Mr K. B
btumph is the licensed engineer for that plaut,
and frequently bofore the fir he could liao
been seen almost any time many squared away
from the sal I rteam plant: and
W hereas if there is not n stop put to the prac
tice of the employer getting out licences frooi
cheap book knowledgo and then hiring som in
competent m tn to operate the steam plant,
wheu the, the employers, aro miles nwny, wo
maj look for lecurrenco of what did happen at
Lamou s a few years ago, and
Whereas we, the Lccontnc Association of
Steam Lnpineers. fullj believing that if the ele
vator could have been seen there Vould not have
been a life lost, therefore, bo it
Ilesolt ea That this association humbly sug
gest to tho honorable Commissioners to so
amend the regulations pertaining to the erec
tion of elo ators that no blt, band, or chain bo
used as a motl e pow er; that hj draulic pow or or
steam direct lie applied.
Kesoh od further. That we as engineers who
had to ser o an apprenticeship, in many in
stances, of four orflvoyears, most humbly re
quest thehouorablo Commissioners to issue such
orders to Major Moore as will cause tho arrest of
a v one -violating the engineer s license law
Finally be it resolved, That these resolutions
be given to tho nress and a copy be foi warded
to me Commissioners of the District of Colum
bia, also that they be recorded on tho minutes
of the association.
Hop fr a Pleasure Cltih Tho Bed Carna
tion Pleasure Club, composed of ladies and gen
tlemen residing on the Bladonsburg road, gave
a very enjoyable hop at tho club rooms last
evening Music was furnished by mombors of
the club, which has been recont'y organizod.
Danciug was indulged in until a Into hour, and
the occasion will long bo remembered by those
who took part Among those present were tho
Messrs. Long, Goeble, Murphv, Lauxman. Auth,
Dayhoff. bhurbert, and W hitting, and tho MIs-es
Long, Berry, Lawless, Shurbert, Bohuke, and
Promoted the Right Man Henry W.
Hodges who has been ono of tho assistant
clerks of tho Supreme Court since December
JSSl, was yesterday appointed to tho rocently
created iios.tlon of assistant clerk of the court
of appeals The place pays 8i,000 a year It Is
understood that W illlnm E. Williams, now in
tho supremo court clerSt's office, will takoMr
, Hodges pla e and no other appointment will be
1 made at s resent
IN A VORTHY CAUSE.
Help Asked for the People Left Destitute
bj the Stumph Tire.
The terrible calamity at tho mattress factory
of Stumph L Brother, wheroby seven persons
lost their lhcs, has rendered utterly destitute
nnd without means of support savcrnl women,
some of whom hao aged parents nnd minor
children dependent upon tnem. Unable to
enre for themselves, they nro still loss able to
provide for those most doir to thorn, and their
condition is such as to appeal to overjono
who feels for tho poor, tho sick, and tho un
fortunate. The Times undertakes the raising
of a sum sufficient to meet tho mo3t pressing
wants of these women so suddenly robbed of
all most dear to thorn, and it trusts that tho
appeal will be responded to in that manner
which lias so often before this mado tho peo
ple of JVnshington famous for their noblo nnd
Let cveri ono contribute his or her share,
let no one hesitate about ghing because tho
amount is small. The widow's mito will bo
as accoptablo as tho banker's check, and all
that is given will bo contributed In the best
ana noblest cause.
All contributions sont to The Tisils will bo
GIe, but gho quickly.
TnE "W AsnrsGTOs 'Iimes J25 00
Stumph X Brother 25 00
n S Martin 10 00
D Knowlton 10 00
M &Co 10 03
Aug Schwa rz 1 00
Master Clarenco Loefflor 0 10
LOCAL HEWS OF ALL SORTS
The Weather To da,
lair; probably slightly cooler; northwest
Marriage I Iccnscs TIconscs to marry wero
Issued jesterday to tho following Joseph A
liau.ou and Maud I lopping, both o Washing
ton .iddlson A i ij,ht, ot Cambridge, Md . nnd
Sadie Last, of W ashlngton ltichard I God
son aud Hertio L Liesa, both of liichmoml,
Vjv Dai id zanders and 1- lizaboth King, both of
W ash inc. ten. Charles L. Bliss, of West bprinc,
fleld, Mass , and Edith M Little of Washington
John W. Washington, of Culpepor, n, nnd
GjjyJnotte E. Dudley, of ashington. GeCT-gp It
Smlthor and -arah A. Blankiusbip, both of Hkh
moud, Va Richard A Davis and Bessie L. Boyd,
both of Richmond, a
Llsic McOmber's Guardian Miss Hsle
McOmber, of No, 1135 Ninth street northwest,
does not reallv nerd a guardian, but she had one
appointed jesterday nevertheless. Miss Mc-
0 nbor is the boneflclarj named iu hor fnthoi s
JSO0U insurance policy with th Mutunl LIfo
Insurance Company of Now ork, and when he
wanted to borrow ?1 000 on it the other day her
nuthorltv was necess irv But Miss Llslo is a
minor in tho eyos of the law md could make no
legal transfer, so It was necessary tLat sho
should have a guardian, md Mr John l Gool
rick, of No T07 Mnssaihusotts avenue northeast,
was yestordnj appointed to that omlablo posi
tion by Judge MeComns. The appointment was
mado upon Miss Elsies application, and bond
was fixed at $500
Record of the Courts I quitj Court, Part
1 JisriCE Cox Orme vs. Allen, priorities flxed
nnd sale in case of default decreed Ormo vs.
Cnrter; priorit es flxed nnd salo in enso of de
fault decreed Cobb vs'Cobb, nppenranco of
absent defendant decreed. Ln Felra s, Danou
hower; injunction devolved Gibson vs. Amies,
retraining order continued and time to answer
extended lowlervs Mater; time to tnko testi
monj limited to fifty days In re Kerott S.
Mitchell, alleged lunatic, writ de lunatico or
dered to issue Dunn vs McKlmball, clerk or
dored to pay costs of record on appeal Smith
vs. Smith, salo decreed, James F Smith and T
Thomas Sothoran trustoes to solL Assignment
Criminal Court, Part 1 Jlstcf Coie
TJplted States vs. John Monroo, rnpo, bail with
returned "dpi," defendant arraigned, plea not
Circuit Court Justices Coli" and McComas
T. Lewis vs William J Nolle et l , Judgment
by confession against defendnnt Nolte V
1 owis vs. William G Nolto et aL; Judgment by
confession against defendant Noltc T I D
1 uller vs. J W Ross et al , order and nilo to show
cause whj writ of mandamus should not Issue,
returnable October Z Swopo is. Briitnmell,
order grnntlng new trial unless plaintiff flies
remltliur of 216 on or beforo Uctobor 1 1MM
Otp'ians' Court, 'Probato Division Jr-T1CF
MiCoMAb In tho estate of John Hietz, will fllod
for probite Jn tho estnto of Mary Ball, peti
tion of Ellen Bayne for instnu tions Iu the es
tate of Mary F Drlnkard, final account of ex
ecutrix In the estate of Mary Ball, admin
istrator bonded and quallflod In re guardian
ship of Flsle A McOmber, John T Goolrlck ap
pointed. (. ourt Assignments Criminal court assign
ments for to-daj are tho cases of Frederick Bur
liugnme. Robert Carro'l, Joseph Washington,
lhomns Ring, hobert Carter, and Geoigelrank
lin, fo- cdneda, Henrj Muso George Carter,
James Brown, Lmma Randolph nnd James L.
Court Jottings Ihomas J McCullough yes
terday suo I tdu ard 1 Benton, Jr , and others,
including tho M ddle States Loan, Building and
Construction Company to enfeco n mechanics
lien for Sol against lots Nos 7 to 1J, block -I, sec
tion J in BurrviUe D C McCullough did car
penter wurk on a house erected on the propcrti
Tho will of John Rietz, who d'ed September?,
was filed yesterday It gives his entiro cstato
to Lis wife, Jtistma, nnd makes her executrix
IhoShultzGasrixture and Art Metal Com
pany yestciday asked leaie to intorieno in tho
suit of the HydrnuPc Press Brick Company
nsainst W I inloj Basim Tho Shult7 Company
wants 150 on a Judgment creditors' bilL
I nited urates Strike Commission Tho
Fnited States Commission appointed bj tho
President to lui estiga'e the recent Chicago la
bor troubles, ndjoiirued its hearings from Chi
cago to this city and tt e Commission will meet
at the Bure in of I ator to-rau'row at 11 o'clock
a m , nt which tune, ns announced at the close
of the socsions in Chicago the Commiss on will
bo in readiness to receive in writing any surges
tions whit h mny bo made relnlii e to the solution
of questions miolied in the late control ersics
It will at that time also hear any parties who
may desire to bo he ird relatno to tho facts in
olcd, and tho commission maj after i care
ful examination of the testimony which has al
readj been taken conclude to cpll further wit
ness' s to supplement that which has been tiveu
Real 1 state Transfers Deeds of real estate
wore filed yesterday for record ns follows John
C WeedontoJ Walter Ho Jees lot 10 in square
974, subject to -51,500 tn et for $10 dolf Cluss
toMmuol Polkiuhorn, lot 15, Iu sub of squire 71,
for JS COO Bornnrd Btirnstmo aud w ife to I ettio
F Mdntire lotsGl and 61, in sub of square -74,
for Jl J00 Robert H Stouo to Marj M Hutch
Ins, part of lot 157, In Frnlher's sub of Mount
Pleasant, subject to $1,400 trust, for $2,500 Allen
B Clark to Clark Brothers' Lime and Cement
Companv, lot 200 in square in5, for 610 T J d-va-d
Clark and wife and George B Clark and
wife to tho Clerk Brothers' Lime md Cemeat
Company, lots ISO nntt 1H7, in sub of lots in square
SoG, for S10 Richard Coombs and wife to 1 red
crick D Sprague, lots 31 and 15 in sub of square
10"3 for iSX) William E H Mcrntt to Charles
W Handj.lot 8, in sub of siuare lJ, ftrSlO,
subject to SJX) trust Oella Chappol nnd hus
bnnd to Ellen M Nelson, lot 4S In sub of sqi are
011, subject to $0,441 trust, for S10 Thomas 1
Iuckctt and wile to IhaddeusC Do Ljous, lot 3,
in sub of lots m saunro 5a, in Derkin s addition to
Gcorgotorn, for J1,'00 Charles II RuolT
and James W RatcliiTe as trustees to
District of Columbm, lots 17, 33, and
31, in 8ub-dliIsion of sTuaro 1028, for S",440
Mahlon Ashfoid and Aldro B Brow no, trustees,
to William H Campbell nnd Bnlls Warren, lot
47,in sub-dh Islon of sauai e ')30, for $3,200 Lmma
S Stone and husband to George Y Worthington,
lot 5.) in sub-dh lfiion of square 520, for $1 'CO
John T Tohnson, trustee, to W illlam C Cal ett
nnd John R W right, part of lot 15, In square 111,
for 517,500 MnryE. Donahue and husband to
Lli7ab-th R Rhodes, lot bl and part lot SO, in
block 2, long Meadows, forfS.i-O George
W orihington and wifo to Rlgiiial W Benll, lot
51, in square 1021, and part of lot 14, in block 'l),
Columbia Heights, for $10 Columbi in L nlier
slty to John Morrifon,lot 49, of sub-division of
south grounds of tho university foi S3 Unties
W Simpson and wifo to Trim Y Worthington,
lots 57 and , in square 743, for S10 Jacob G
Hutihms and wife to Robert H Stone, lot 5, iu
b!oJx4, Aialon nolghts, forf 1,100
Wants Real Tstatc in I ieu of It Thomas
J D Fuller, of Fuller & Garrett, architects, who
hare their office at No 1509 U street northwest,
wants somo real estate on $185 In tax lien cer
tificates which he bought some time ago from
Harry "W Blunt, ownor of the property near
Pennsylvania aienue nnd ''Kth streots north
wist .He made his demand last w ek foi tho
enforcement of the Hen by tho Commissioners
and Y, as refused in accoidanco irith an opinion
We proclaim it I
and it's irrefutable-
wohavo the highest grades of menhandlso the
world produces and no house Iu America does
or can niiino low or prices than w o do.
A "corner" In quality.
If tho average S10 Suit suits
you let us show you a couple of
styles of Double-breasted Sacks
we've got at $7.50. You'll find
you can save two-and-a-half.
There's no more cotton in 'em
than there is on a sheep's backh
and they're cut--made--trimmed
--fitted and fashioned just as
well as anybody's $10 Suits
and better than some.
You never bought so much
value for the money. Indeed,
we're proud of 'em.
If you think it's too soon for a
Suithere are some Worsted
Trousers at $3 50 that we think
are equal to S5 custom-making.
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know whereof we speak All wo
ask is to t,io us a call beforo
m ak ing you r purchases w e leai o
the rest to jour own judgment.
tHTThoso Elack Cheviot Suits
for fall nnd winter at 810 reach
' hiRh-water mark" in point of
eloijancc and as for WEAR
nothing excels them.
Geo. Spransy, i
"The Reliable Clothier,"
434 7th St. N. W.
by Attomej Thomas 1 estorday ho was granted
by Judfco Cox a rule returnable October 2 citing
the Commissioners to show cause why a man
damus should not i"sue compelling them to en
force the lit u
I one the Subject of 1 itigation By two
orders of ludgo CoT jesterdaj Marj i Ormo Is
enabled to collect ?ii07J on trust deeds which
haio been long the subjoct of litigation I nless
hor claims are satisfled by October 15 not
JnmesSi Edwards as trustee appointed ycstor
diy, will sell lot No 27, in square No 3fi, at
Twenty-fourth and 31 streots and lot No 10, In
block No 3 of lodds sub-dliision of Mount
Pleasant Iho titles of the suits aro Ormo
against Allen and Orme against Cutter Among
the parties to the Hist against whom absoluto
judgment was entered i estorday are Hnrrj C
Borden I L. Calhoun, John O Tohnson. L.
I)a id, Charles A McFuen and William Mnye
In the other cases J-mes P Howes and William
1 Geig r aro aw lrdod ?730 each and othors
siualh r sums to come from proceeds of tho salo
Mr Ldw ird s bond is fixed .it $7,000
I ri cr-.it Club Sued Reginald Icndall
sued tlioUnnersitj Club yesterdaj onnnotefor
ifl M) givou Jul j 20, 1894 for sixtj days at C per
cent It is signed by h. S McCalniont, as treas
urer of the club
Kept Open Bar on Snndn j Reuben Taylor
was arrested yesterday bj Policeman hllngor,
of the ou'th precinct, on a warrant issued by
Justice Hewlett, charging him with keeping hi3
bar, on M street between 1 our-nnd a-half and
Th rd streets open m Sundaj The complain
ant was ChB-lcs Brawnor, who was sont to tho
workho ise somo time since for koeplng n speak
easv, nnd who has as he says himself, reformed
so thoroughly that ho wants eierj ono to obey
tholiTuorlnw b this was tho first caso sineo
tbe now law went into effect Acting Special
Distr'ct Attorney Richardson had tbe caso con
t nued until Ihursdny Meanwhile ho will ex
amine tho law Taj lor -was released on his per
Scrgt Montgomery's raiontc A acation
SergL Montgomery of the Eighth precinct, has
roturned from Pittsburg, Pa , whore ho went to
attend tho great G A .. encampment. He was
dolightod with his trip, ns he mot with many old
acquaintances and ronewed mnnv friendships
formed during tho war Daj after d ly and
month after month, without thought of
intermission, Sergt Montgomery performs
his responsible duties in the Eighth
precinct, but when tho time arrives for tho
inntinl encampment of tho Grnnd Army of tho
Republic to tako placo ho wants to bo there nnd
enjoy a reunion with foimor comrades Ser(,t
Yontgonierj was lieutenant commander of tho
Naval oteraii's Assoc iatio lof Washington until
the latter passed out of oxistenco, since which
time he hns boen an actn o and influential mem
ber of tho G A. It.
Suit Against W M Sinister Armstrong,
Cntor & Co , millinery, at No 719 Maiket Space
northwest, yesteiday filed sait agninst William
M Shustor for 1 021 on notes and accounts.
Rending Circles at Toundrv Church Last
evening twenty-four members of tho literary de
partment of I oundry bpworth Li ague mot nnd
planned threo coarses for tho tnombors of the
loague and their friends, ramolj, tho Chau
tauqua course, a Shakespoaro course, and an
optional courso Tho Chautauqua Circle will or
ganize for work on next Monday evening at tho
church and tho Shakespeare Club on tho Mon
dav oioning following Friends of 'Old
1 oundry," who deiro to oin ono or the other of
these organizations should bo present at these
I ook nt This!
Best granulated sugar 5 conts. Our 33, 35, and
38 cent Java and Mocha coffees can t bo beat
W ith 1 pound T hoa-Noctar tea, 1 pound baking
powder, or 1 pound peppor, you got a handsomo
special present The Groat Atlantic and Pnelflo
loa Co., 501 and 503 7th st ; lf'20 14th st,; 3101 Al
st nw.;815H gL ne. Branches in nil the mar
kots. Sif. IL Bowim, Manager.
DR. SHADE'S DISCOVERY
SeKn Washington Consumpthes Cured
by Dr. Shade Names and
As The Times said in vesterday's issue that
the arduous task of making so important an
investigation had about closed, thero still re
mains the necessary recnpitulat.on of tho
work accomplished by The Times reporter.
TLo lirst thought that comes to us is hao wo
measured up tho standard of truth and per
suasive narration of tho facts brought out in
all of tho seven interviews. In answer to
this suggestion we will say that wo have given
but a small part of tho facts concerning tho
cases cured of consumption by Dr. Shade,
1232 rourteenth street. What we have given
to tho public will boar the closest personal In,
spection of "the light of open day." Tho
persons cured Uvo m this city. The physi
cians who pronounced them hopeless con
sumptives also are living, except Dr. Daniel
Haguor, the eminent lung specialist, who at
tended Mr Brown, 1203 Thirteenth street
northwest, for more than a year, and gavo
him up to die. Then there is Dr. Phillips,
late physician to tho Bellevuo Hospital, New
York citv. whoso interview appeared in
Bond n's Times. Dr. Phillips declares that
Dr. Shades discovery is dostined to be
adopted by tho regular profession in spite
of all opposition manifested. Dr. Phillips
was cured bj Dr. Shade, took tho tre ittnent
six months Then, again, Dr. Tatterson, 52
B street northea-t, who savs Dr. Shade saved
him from a consumptives grave. Mrs.
Bender, 1232 Si'tth street northwest, we are
told by Dr. Shade, was as bad a case of con
sumption as Mr. Brown's They both had
drops of thoir extremities and large cavities
in their lungs, night sweats, A,c. 3Irs Bender
consulted nnd was given up by seven doctors
during hor three j ears' illness before Bho
called in Dr Shade, .is sho was unable to leave
her homo when sho began Dr Shade's treat
ment Mr. Arundell, merchant, 1G32 It street,
was also found In bed by Dr. Shade, suffer
ing with his lungs coughing and expectorat
ing, exhausted and nbout readj to give up In
despair. Mrs Little, Casino Club, Mount
Pleasant, D 0., was the last ease interviewed
nnd reported m jesterdaj's Times. Mrs.
Little was a terrible sufferer with her lungs.
Trom what she said, sho coughed o terriblj
aud expectorated such yellow sputum every
morning at 4 o'clock, and was so much run
down, that it was hko grasping at a straw
when she consulted Dr. Shade. But ns sho
told us we are inclined to accept it as a fact
that sho "fee's vigorous now and asjouth
ful as a maid of sixteen summers."
Now. wo -desfre to sav in conclu
sion thnt tho cases recapitulated have been
cured and are enjoviug good hpitlth from
ono to t.vo vtars since cured bv Dr. bhnde.
Wo feel bound to coufe-s thnt we are com
pelled tojieldin the face of such startlm
facts and sav that from a result of our inter
views with these people cured of this dread
disease, among whom are phjsiciau, mer
chants, and highlj respected citi7en. that Dr.
Shade hus uuloubtedlv made a wonderful dis
coverv for the cure of this terrible di-e ie,
consumption. We do most heartily recom
mend Dr Shade to the poor consumptive and
suffering humauitv general! a-, bcin st cond
to none in abilitv nndsivillas aphvlelan and
as Dr Philiips. late physician to tin Bo'Ievuo
Hospital, of Xew A.ork city, said, I don t
hesitate to recommend Dr. bhnde ns being
the most successful lung specialist in this
countrj," so wogladlv ludor-e Dr bli ule and
are gratuled to know that v. o lave r'ht in
our midst a phjs emu who his mtdetho
"greatest dtcoverv of tho century."
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PINE WOOD, $4.00 PER GCRD,
OAK WOOD, $5.00 PER CORO.
DELIVERED TRLE OF CHARGE.
THOS. W. RILEY,
FOOT OF ELEAENTII ND TWELFTH
Telephone, No 1754. o21-lmo
down, and Just as much monthly we
will sell jou ono of those superb up
right E. Gabler & Bro. Pianos.
W o have handled theso pianos for more
than thirty years and they are unex
celled In durability
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NATIONAL COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
80S I ST N'W.
OPENING LECTURES on Monday, October 1, at
6.30 p in All interested are Invited to attend.
ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS Thursday, Sep
tember 27. at 1 o'clock p m For lecture tickets
and information npply at the College this week
between 11a m. and 1 p. m. se25-7t
THE COLUMWAX UNIVERSITY,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Tho ProparatorySchool opens ...Sept 2-1
Iho Columbian College opens Sept. 24
The Modical School opens Oct. 1
Tne Dental School opens Oct 1
J.UU UVILUiaU .3ClUSItIJlV UlUUVl UUUS.......SCl. m f
Ihe Law School ooens Oct. 3
The Sfhnnl nt flrnrtllBtA SIMlHIoa nnnna H, , J I
For catalogue descriptive of those several
ROBERT H. MARTIN.
BANJO, MANDOLIN, AND GUITAR STUDIO.
Special fall term.
A, V nOLMES,
seS-lm 034 F st,Room3.
THE HOWARD UNIV. LAW SCUOOh, 420 Sra
st. nw , will open Monday eve, Oct l,at6
o'clock; For circulars containing fuU Informa
tion apply to or address B F LEIGUTON,
LL.D,Dean,4rj2Dat nw.or JAS. F. BUNDY,
Secretary, office in Law building, 420 5th at,
EMERSON INSTITUTE A SELECT CLASS
Ical and Mathematical School for Young
Men and Bovs, 911 llth et., Franklin Square,
lorty-third annual session un er the present
principal begins veptember 21 This well
known preparatory school for Harvard, Yale,
Princeton, Ac, for the L nited States Military
and Naval Academies, and for the best techno
logical schools enjoys a reputation second to no
school In this country The roster of the gradu
ates contains the names of hundreds distin
guished In evory profession. For circulars ad
dress CHAS B iODNG,A.M.Ph.D. sed-tt
1864 Education for Real Life. 1894
lor Sons and Daughters. ITie Spencerian Bus
iness College, National Bank of tho Repnblic
building, cor 7th and D nw Day and night ses
sions SPENCEIUAN, in the national capital
and throughout the country. Is a household word,
associated with thorough business training and
a prosperous career
The thirtieth scholastic year of this popular
institution begins Monday, September, 3, lfcW.
Hve departments, viz.: Practical Business, in
cluding complete bookkeeping course, English,
rapid calculations, rapid writing, moral and
social culture, Delsarte system of expression,
civics, political economy, and commercial law;
Practical English, with Init atory bookkeepi g;
Shorthand and Typewriting, Including Fnglish;
Spencorian Rapid Writing; Mechanical and
Architectural Drawing. FuU corps of thoroughly
trained teachers. Location central Office open
every business day and night on and after 31on
day, August 6. Write or ca'l for new annual
ann uncement- MRS SARA A. SPENCER,
aul0-3m Principal and Proprietor.
In Spencerian Business College is now open for
tbe reception of studeniS. Carpenters, builders,
mechanics, and students in draughting who have
been trained here ha.e achieved remarkable
success In their several lines as a direct result of
the practical skill and intelligence thus ac
quired. Department open Tuesday and Thurs
day evenings of each week from Octobers to
Juiy 1 Further Information given at college
office. 70b D st, n.w
6elb-lm Mrs. S VRA A. SPENCER, PrincipaL
School of Law.
Rev J HAENSRICHRDS.S J,
President of the University
Hon. HtNRl B BROWN, LL. D ,
(Justice Supreme Court of tbe I nited States),
Lecturer on A dm ra ty Jurisprudence
Hon "WILiJ AM A. Rli.HAKft-ON, LL. D ,
(Chief Justice I nited States Court of Claims),
Lecturer on Statutiryaad Administrative Law
and Le9al Maxims.
Hon MVhllNt MOKKIS.LL.D,
(Associate Justice Court of Appeals of the Dis
trict of Columbia),
Lectu-or on Constitution il anJ International
Lot, and Comparative Tun-prudence.
Ron. aKiU SHEPARD.
(Associate Justice. Cou-t of Appeals of the Dis
trict of col unbia)
Lecturer on the Law of Corporations and Equity
Hon JEREMIAH M WILSON, LL. H ,
Dean ol the t aoulty and Lecturer on the Law of
Real kst&ta aui the Law of Evidence
loc&fltJ DvKLINGION, LL. D,
Lecturer ou tho Law ol Personal P operty. Con
tracts and Negotiable Paper
GLOM.l- E. 11 VHIL ON.LL. D
Lecturer on tho Law ot lorts. Practice, and Tes
R. RO I'fcl.hl, A. V., LL. D .
Lecturer ou Common Law Pleading, Criminal
Law , and Domestic Re atkms.
lev khNEhOLAlND, J,
Lecturo on Natural Law.
TALLMADGE A LAMBERT, LL. D ,
Lecturer on Civil Law
Circuit Court MICH-iEL J COLBERT, A. M
Court of Appeals Messrs. TALLXADGE A.
LAMBLkl, lOtt BARNARD, and HENRY
A 1st G ARNETT
S AAll EL M "i EATAI AN, A. Ml,
Secretary and Treasurer
Tho twenty-ufth annual session of the School
of Law opens WtD -.Lsim, OCTOBER 3, 1504,
atbUp m.. In its commodious, specia ly de
Signed Law School Building Nos 5tt and 303 E
street northwest, when the introductory lecture
will be delivered and announcements made tor
the ensuing tern Present and prospective
students, alumni and all others interested in
legal education are cordially invited to be pres
ent. The secretary can be seen nt his office in the
law building daily, after September 15, from 8 to
7 n. m , lor information, enrollment etc. Those
proposing to co meet themselves with the school
for the ensuing terra are requested to enroll
their names before the opening nub, and thus
avoid the delay incident to that occasion.
Circulars, giving tho course of study, terms,
etc, can be obtniued at book stores of A IL
Morrison's Sons, 132ft F street northwest; Lowder
mllk L Co , 1424 i street northwest, and Joan
Bj rne & Co., 1J22 F street northwes , and at W .
S. Thomp'Kin's drug storo, 708 Fifteenth stret
northwest, or on application personally or by
letter to the undersigned. S. M. YEATAIAN,
THE BERKELH SCHOOL, 93 EIGHTEENTH
street, will reopen September 24. Pnpils
prepared for W est Point, Annapolis, for all uni
versities and s lentiflc schools, for direct com
m 'sions in the Army nnd Navy, and for the civil
service. Twelve students have been success
fully fitted fo- vonon examinations during the
past year Arrangements made for private les
sons in all branches. CHARLES W. FISHLR, B.
S , Head Master se2-lmo
ST CECILIA'S ACADEMY, 601 E. CAP ST.
will reopen Sept 4 "ioun ladies and chil
dren not attending the acndeiry are admitted
to tho classes of art, music, typewriting, pho
nography, Latin, and French. anJT-lm
"VfOROOD INSTITUTE A SELECT AND
i. limited school for girls. 1485 K street nw
Fronting on McPherson Square After August
15 Airs. Caboll can bo seen dnlly at the above ad
dress between the hours of 10 a. in. and 1 p. in.
Under the Direction of the Fathers of the
Society of Jesitt.
Classical, Scientific, and Business courses of
studies. Schools reopen luesday, September I
SPLtlAL COIRSE iOR O DhR S1CDENT-
A PIILNu TO Al KE RAPID PROGRESS IN THE
CLASSICS For particulars address
REV CORNELIIS GILLESPIE, S J,
selO-lmo Pro ident and Treasurer
WIAIODAUGIISIS, 1023 I ST. AV CLASSES
organize Oct. 1 Business course, lan
guages English, physical training, Shakespeare,
elocution, music, Journalism, etc. Terms very
reasonable, especially for women. AD A. h.
MRS MANNS KINDERGARTEN AND
school and the Elizabeth Peabody Kinder
garten Normal Training "chool, 191S Sunderlnnd
placo, will begin fall and winter sessions Octo
ber 1, 1SSM sex!-luio
AOUNO MAN'S OPPORTCNTTY, PRE
pare for actlvo buines by Improving
mind and body nt the xOlNG MEVi. CHRIS
TIAN ASSOCIATION, 1409 New "iork ave nw
Eveninc educational classes in ten practical
studies begin October 1, 1S"1 Tho Gymnasium
open every day and evening Come to the build
ing, see tho equipment, and get tho anni'al pros
BANJO THOROUGHLY TAUGHT BY NOTE
or simplified method; only -J7 per quarter I
guaranteo to teach the most unmusical person
to play a perfect tune each les--on bvmy simplo
mothod cr no charge. Paries open from 10
a in. until 9 p m. GEORGE DRAEGER, 901 K st
nw f seSJ-lm
THE COLUAIBIV SCHOOL OF OPTICS A
thorough course on tho eye and the art of
fitting spectacles and eyeglasses; an inde
pendent piofestion acquired in throe months at
modornto cost; a diploma issaed to eat h grad
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J. O. HELD, M, 1),, LS6 H st. nw. 8eIS-Sw
Disease of Ear, Nose, Throat
Catarrh, Asthma. Bronchitis, and
The above diseases have baffled the skin ot
physicians for ages and ac.es, and even now aro
considered incurable by most of them But Dr
Riegel has mastered the secret, and with his new
method can cure most any case of Catarrh.
CATARRH OF HEAD AND THROAT.
This is tho most prevalent form of Catarrh,
and results from neglected colds.
"Is tho breath foal'"
"Is the voice hnsky"
"Do you spit up 8ltmev
"Do you ache all over?"
"Is the-ncse stopped up?
"Do you snore at nightf"
"Does your nose discharge"
"Does the noe bleed easily?"
"In there tickling is throat?
"Do crusts form ra the nos?"
"Is tho nose sore and tenderi"
"Do you sneeze a great deaU"
"Is this worse toward nhthU'
"Does the nose itch ai d barn"
"Is there pain in froat of bead?"
"la tnere pain across the eyes?"
"Is there para in back of head?"
t "Is year sense of sraeU leaving?
"Do you hawk to clear the threat?
"Is there a dropping In the threatr"
"Is the throat dry in the morning'"
"Are you losing your sense ot taste1"
"Do you sleep with the mouth open?"
"Does the noao atop up toward night?"
CATARRH OF BRONCHIAL TUBES,
AVhen Catarrh of the head and throat is lefs
unchecked it extends down the windpice into tho
bn nchial tubes and in time attacks the lungs
"Do you have to sit up at night to ge t breathj
"Is there a burning pain in the throat'"
"Do you feel you are growing weaker?
' Have you pain behind bteast bone'"
"Is there tickling behind the plate?'
"Is there a ring Ing In your eara?
"Have you a disgust for fatty foods?"
Do you spit up little cheesy lumps?
"Is your cough short and backing?'
"Do you cough is the mornings?'
"Do you cough on going to bed"
'Do yoa spit up yellow raaUer-"
"Do you ra.se frothy material?"
"Are you low spirited at times?
"Do you cough until you gag?'
"Have yon stit. hes m sfclet"
'Is your appetite variable?
"Do yoa take old easily?
"Are you irritaWe"
"Have you pain in side"
"Do you cough at night?"
" Are yon losing flesh'"
TREATMENT mild and soothing No pa'n.
Instant relief. If Dr Riegel cannot give re et
the first treatment h will agree to treat yon
free until eared without any eharge. t onaulta
tlon Ih German and Ingush free Those
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others without receiving benefit. First treat
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daily Richmond and Atlanta, S JO p. m. dai.y.
Richmond only, 1037 a m. week days
Accommodation for yuaatico, 7.15 a. m. daily,
and 1:25 p. m. weefe days.
For Alexandria. 4-30. SJ5. 7-46. S40 9 45 li .57,
11JO a. m..l2J0 140,8.20,4:25.. 30. 5-7 t 15,
bOi, I01K andllJUOp m. On Sunday at 4 JO,
7 45 8 45 a. m., 2.45. t 15, SHU, and 10-05 p m.
Leave Alexandria for Washington 6-05 b 13,705,
h-00, 9 10, 10-14, 10-2$ a. m 1-00, 2 15, J in "-23,
5-00, 5 30 b-ia, 7 00, 7.S0, 9 15, 10-52. and 11 Oh
m. CK Sunday at 6-43. 9 10, 10-23 a. m , i!3,
5 JO, 7:00, 70, 9 15, and 10-52 p. m.
Ticket offices northeast corner of Thirteenth
street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at the sta
tion. Sixth and B streets, where orders can be
left for the checking of baggage to dstmatiua
from hotels and residences J R- WtHiD,
General Passenger Agent.
S M. PREVOST, General Manager
BALTIMORE ANT) oniO RAILROAD
Schedule in eflect June 9, 1S94
Leave Washington from station, corner of New
Jersey avenue and C street.
For Chicago and Northwest, A estibuled Lim
ited express trains at 11 J5 a m.. b-UO p m.
For Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Indianapolis,
Vestibnled Limited 3.80 p va., express 12 10 night
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express daily
11 15 a. m. and3 35 p. m.
SorLexingtcn and Staunton. 11 J5 a. m.
For W incheter and way statiOBS. 5Ju p m.
lor Lurav, Natural Bridge. Roanoke Knox.
ville, Chattanooga, Memphis and. New Orleans,
12 05 nikbt, daily, sleeping cars through.
For Luray, 3.30 p m. daily
for Balumore, weelc days, xl-f, 5-00 6 35,
x710. x70. (b-00 45-minntes, , x-3t 10 )0
45-minues) 0, m . X12-1A), xliOS, 12 15, xJ J . iOO
45 minutes), 3.25, xtio 4-fl,305, x5 10 u J
5.30, s&JO, S10.X00. M5, 39MO, xll k and
115 p m. -Mmdays, xt-20, x7-3. (S-rt) 4 m n
utes), S-30. x9 JO a, m.. xttOJ, xhfcli, 1 00 x2U0,
(800 46 mmutesi, 3r, 4 Jk, x5:05, xj!0,6-J0,
x-3 00, 10 00, xllO, 115 P- nu
For Annapolis, 7 JO and 915 a. m., 1-13 and
4-top m Sundays SJOa. m-,4Jt p m.
For Frederick, all. 15 a. ta.,cl 15, a! 30, ao:30
For Hagerstown. all 15 a. m., and a5.30 p m.
For Boyd aud way points, bO W p. m.
For (aitheraburg and way points, a6-00 aS Pq
a m., al2 50. a3.00 at.33, b6J5 b7 06 Ml p ir
For A ashington Junction and way pom 3. -9 iH),
a0-2O a. to., cl 15 p. m. Lxpresb trains st pping
atprincipal stations only, a 1.30. a3 JO p m.
For Bay Ridge, week; days, 9-15 a. m 4:23 p.
m. Sundays, 935 a. m., 10 ami 1 15 p m.
ROYAL BLLE LINE FO.t NBW WHK AND
For Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and tho
East, dally, 4-20,8 00, (10 00 a. ra. ex. Mm Dining
Car), (liOO Dining Car), 3 00 (5 05 Dining C ar .
S-C0, (110 p. m. Sleeping Car open at 10.00
Bullet parlor cars on all day trains.
For Atlantic City, Cape Alay, Sea Islo City ana
Brigantiue Beach, week days, 4:20 and 10 a. ra.,
li noon. Sundays. 4-20 a. m. and 12 nooo.
aBxeept Sunday bDnily (Sunday only xEx-
Baggage called for and checked from hotels
and residences by Inton Transfer Company on
ordera 1 ft at ticket offices, 619 and 1331 Pa. ave.
I ana at aepot.
K. B. C AMPBELL, CH AS O SC F LL,
I Gen. Mana;er. Gen- Pasi Agent