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LOCAL MENTION.
AMISEMKXTS TOMGIIT.
Academy?"The Outpost."
Cabin John Bridge?Motion Pictures.
Chevy Chase Lake?Section of U. S. Ma
fine Hand.
Kernan's?"The Utopians."
EXCIRSIOXS TOMORROW.
Steamer Macalester for Mt. Vernon at 10
a.m. and 2.30 p.m.
Steamer Washington for Fortress Monroe
and Norfolk at 6:30 p.m.
Steamer Pentz at 0:30 a.m. for Glymont
and intermediate points.
Trains for Chesapeake Reach leave Dis
trict line at a.m.. 2:3o and .1 p.m.
Trains leave Pennsylvania avenue and
13*2 street for Al? xandria and Arlington
every forty-five minutes. Mt. Vernon hour
ly, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Cars leave Aqueduct bridge for Arlington
and Fort Myer every half hour; Falls
Church hourly. See schedule.
HAVE CARPETS CLEANED NOW
So you can put them down us soon as you
have cleaned house. We remove all dirt,
freshen colors without injurv. Wagons call.
M. R. THORP, 48S Maine ave.
DRINK KENNY'S TEAS AND COFFEES.
Thirty years' business Integrity behind
every pound of our teas and coffecs. Pure
sugars sold at cost. C. D. Kenny Co.,
50 stores.
Gas Stoves. 15c.up. Blue-flame Oil Stoves.
15.00 up. Gas Ranges. $."? 00 up.
A. EBERLY'S SONS. 718 7th.
Try Reisinirei 3 Ice Cream. $1 ga!.:.V>e.
gal. Fancy Cakes. 'Phone 2458-3. 235 G st7
CITY AND DISTRICT
Gonxagn College Affnlrs.
A new preparatory school connected with
Gonzaga College will be opened Monday,
September 16. Sixteen scholarships were
presented for competition for this new de
partment and in the academic course, the
examinations for which were held Sep
tember 6 and 7 under the direction of the
vice-president, Rev. J. F. X. O'Connor, S.J.
Out of eighty new applicants, Including
the candidates for scholarships, sixty-seven
passed the required tests and thirteen fail
ed. The names of the winners and scholar
ships and those who obtained the highest
averages will be announced on September
16.
The college building has undergone re
pairs during the past summer and the class
rooms have been fitted up with great cure.
The faculty of the college is as follows:
Rev. E. X. Fink, S. J., president; Rev. J. F.
X. O'Connor, S. J., vice president; Rev. A.
Mandalari. S. J., professor of philosophy in
senior class; Rev. M. Holohan, S. J., pro
fessor junior and sophomore; Rev. A. For
tier. S .J., professor freshman class; Mr. A.
J.Lyons.S.J., professor first academic class;
Rev. J. llann, S. J., professor .second aca
demic class; Mr. F. Kries, S. J., professor
third academic class; Mr. M. Sheehy, pro
fessor fourth academic class; Mr. R. iHer
ney, S. J., professor sciences, senior and
junior classes.
The mass of the Holy Ghost will be cele
brated Monday. September 16, 1901. The
boys' retreat, which will begin on Septem
ber 23, will be conducted by Rev. H. Sem
ple, S. J.
The Flower* for the Weddinjj.
Tattle and big orders invariably result sat
isfactorily when placed with Gude, 1224 F.
?Advertisement.
ClnlniN #10.000 Dumakcm.
The MetrojKtlitan Railroad Company of
this city is made defendant in a $10,000
damage suit, filed yesterday In the Su
preme Court of .the District by Frederick
Thompson, through his attorneys. Royal
A. Hughes and James A. Cobb. Thompson
alleges he was Injured May 11. 10O1, by
being struck by one of the cars of the de
fendant company on Missouri avenue be
twetn 4th and 0th streets northwst. Be
sides being bruised about the body. Thomp
son states he was also injured internally,
Perxonnlly Conilnrtrd Tour to the
Pacific Coast via Pennsylvania Railroad.
Rate for the round trip, covering all fea
tures of the tour. S1H5.00. Thirty-day trip,
leaving Washington September 23. visiting
all points of interest en route, including the
Grand Canon of the Colorado. For details
consult Office Passenger Agent, 1417 G
street northwest.?Advt.
DeMertion AIIckciI.
A suit for divorce was filed in the Su
premo Court of the District yesterday by
Attorney C. G. Bradshaw for Mrs. Sadie
C. Lewis, who wishes to be legally sepa
rated from her husband, John A. Lewis, on
the ground of desertion. The Lewises were
married in this city February 10, 1M>4. and
lived together until July 1, 1808, when the
complainant says her husband deserted
her. She has been compelled to support
herself during this time, with the excep
tion of what assistance her widowed
mother, who is in moderate circumstances,
could render her.
910.00 to Indianapolis mid Return via
B. & O. R. R.
Account Sovereign Grand Lodge, I. O. O.
F. Tick?ts good, going. Sept. 12 to 15;
valid, returning, until 23d, except by de
posit and paying fee of 50 cents extension
to Octr 7 may be obtained.?Advt.
KiinlLatcht'iii Campers.
About twenty-five members of the "Boys'
Friendly" of Tenleytown, D. C-, have re
turned from a ten days' outing to "Camp
Kantkatchem." about one mile from Great
Falls, having spent much of the time in
fishing and gunning. Prof. W. B. Ireland,
who officiated in the capacity of cook, and
Capt. 11. C. Riley have been in charge of
the company, and express themselves as
being much elated over the success which
has attended the trip. It might be of inter
est to mention that the above name was
bestowed upon the camp after many very
futile efforts on the part of Dr. A. M. Ray
and I. E. Shoemaker to haul in a single
scaly inhabitant of the deep.
Hear the Murine Hit ml Toniiclit
At Chevy Chase Lake. Dancing tomorrow.
?Advert isement
Ke?olutlonn of Regret.
At a n gular review of National Tent, No.
1, Knights of the Maccabees, held at Mac
cabee Temple. 513 0th street northwest, last
night, a series of resolutions were passed
denouncing the spirit as well as the act
to remove the President, and express
ing sympathy with Mrs. McKinley in her
Fad affliction. The record keeper of the
tent was directed to communicate the same
to Mrs. McKinley by letter.
^lO To HufTalo ttnd Return $10
Via Pennsylvania Railroad.
Pan-American Exposition excursion will
leave Washington by special train Wednes
day, September 11, tickets good returning
Within seven days, including date of sale.
Similar excursions September 17, 26, Octo
ber 2. 8, 17, 23 and 20.?Advt.
l.eienl Uuentlon* Involevd.
The District Commissioners have decided
to refer to the attorney for the District
the application of Attorney John Ridout,
on behalf of Henry M. Baker, for the can
cellation of reassessments for sewers and
Improvements on .property in square 510,
between New Jersey avenue and 5th street
and P and Q streets northwest. The mat
ter involves several legal points, among
them the right of the District authorities
to reassess property for improvements
when the original ass*?sment has been can
celed.
911.00 One Fare to Cleveland, $11.OO
O.. and Return via Pennsylvania Railroad.
On account of the G. A. R. national en
mpment excursion tickets will be sold
pt. 8 to 12, good to return until Sept. 15,
Irlth extension privileges. Going via Pitts
burg and returning via Buffalo, $15.35; via
Buffalo in both directions, 116.80. Consult
agents for details.?Advt.
Lois of Valuable Watch Reported.
Charles Kissinger of 1918 15th street
northwest has reported to the police that
last evening between 6 and 7:80 o'clock he
lost a watch worth 1350 between the Co
lumbia Hotel and 13th and D streets north
west. Detective Sam Browne will en
deavor to recover the property.
christian endeavor union
OFFICERS FOR COMING YEAR
CHOSEN AT ANNUAL MEETING.
Report of Worlt of Past Twelve
Month* Shows a Satisfactory
Condition of Affairs.
The annual meeting of the Christian En
deavor Union of the District of Columbia
was held last evening in the First Congre
gational Church, corner of loth and G
streets northwest. " The retiring president,
Mr. Arthur L. Dietrich of Mount Vernon
Place M. E. Church South, occupied the
chair during the first part of the meeting,
and Mr. W. \V. ^Tuckey of the Sixth Pres
byterian Church, the incoming first vice
president, presided during the rest of the
exercises.
Officers for the fiscal year ending August
31, 1902, were elected as follows: President,
James M. Pickens, Vermont Avenue Chris
tian; first vice president, W. W. Tuekey,
Sixth Presbyterian; second vice president,
J. W. Butcher, jr., Berean Baptist; third
vice president. Miss Louie Dale Leeds, St.
Paul's English Lutheran; recording secre
tary, H. C. Hengstler, Gurley Presbyterian;
assistant recording secretary, Ralph L.
Clark, First Congregational; corresponding
secretary and chairman of the correspond
ence committee. Miss Bessie E. Taylor,
Union M. E.; treasurer, R. T. Ballard, Con
gress Street M. P.; president of the D. C.
Jr C. E. Union, Miss Gertrude W. Allison,
Gurley Presbyterian; superintendent of
good literautre, S. M. Ely, Central Presby
terian; superintendent of good citizenship,
O. P. Kellar, Calvary Baptist; superintend
ent of music, C. E. Beatty, Memorial Lu
theran; chairman of the missionary com
mittee, A. E. Ingram, Calvary Baptist;
members of the missionary committee,
Holle Homrighaus, Zion's Lutheran; Miss
A. M. Meynes, E Street Baptist; S. T. Mur
ray. Mt. Vernon Place M. E.; Miss Effle
Rcwe, First M. P.; H. A. Pfielger, Fourth
Presbyterian; Miss J. E. Lovering. Friends;
Miss L. O. Burroughs, Metropolitan Pres
byterian; Miss L. R. Crusor, Ebenezer A.
M E.
State off the I.'nlon Reviewed.
The program was opened with the sing
ing of two vocal selections, following which
a report on the state of the union and its
history for 1901 was read by the retiring
recording secretary of th? union, Mr. Wal
ter C. Irey of Calvary Baptist Church.
The.report showed eighty-five societies in
the union, with a total active associate and
honorary membership of 5.59W. Twenty-six
societies were Presbyterian, eighteen Bap
tist. eleven Methodist Episcopal, eight Con
gregational; six Christian: seven Lutheran,
five Methodist Protestant, two undenomi
national. one United Brethren and one
Friends.
The corresponding secretaries of the so- ,
cieties were asked: "What do you consider
the best thing your society has done during
the year?" Here are some of their an
swers: Increased our offerings to missions
about 50 per cent; about one-half of our
members have become regular contributors
to missions; we have revived and vitalized
the society prayer meeting; we pay a certain
part of the church expenses regularly; as
sisted the fire sufferers in Jacksonville; our
sqciety of sixty-three members subscribed
$1,000 toward clearing the church debt; we
established a mission Sunday school, at a
regular expense of $15 monthly; we support
a mission; have been a valuable help in the
Sunday evening church service; support two
India orphans: maintain a bed in a Japan
ese mission hospital: elevated the spiritual
tone of our meetings, so that the pastor calls
them "the most helpful meetings of the
day;" received nine new active members
and won several old ones who were delin
quent: have taken a membership at the Flor
ence CrittentonMission;supporting and edu
cating an India orphan; organized "a Ju
nior C. E.: assisted in buying land on which
to build mission school: Increased our con
tributions for outside worthy causes with
out decreasing our regular contributions;
conducted house-to-house canvass to in
crease chureh membership; have been and
are now trying to close the stores near the
church on Sunday: assisted church officers
by calls on delinquent church members
with good results: contributed $115 for In
dia famine sufferers; organized a Junior C.
E.; we are helping to make the mid-week
church prayer meeting bright and helpful;
"helped hard to shut up good and tight
three saloons."
Rev. F. W. Moot, pastor of St. Paul's
English Lutheran Church, delivered an ad
dress upon "Endeavoring, or the Power of
EfTort." He held that the real secret In at
taining success in any sphere of life is
earnest efTort. persistent endeavoring to
reach a broader influence, a greater power,
a higher Ideal.
NORTHEAST CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION.'
Business Transacted at First Monthly
Meeting off the Season.
Regular monthly meetings of the North
east Citizens' Association were resumed
last night. President Evan H. Tucker occu
pying the chair. A resolution was unani
mously adopted sympathizing with Presi
dent McKinley and recommending the ex
pulsion of all anarchists from the country.
Resolutions were also adopted regretting
the transfer of Captain Beach when so
much important work under his direction
remained to be completed, and recommend
ing that in naming suburban streets those
extending east and west carry lettered
names as at present; first of one syllable,
then of two, and so on until District limits
are reached.
It was decided to urge an increase of the
police force in the northeast section, and
while discussing this the condition of af
fairs at Chesapeake Junction was com
mented on. It was determined to communi
cate with the Columbia railway officials
and ascertain if patrons of the line could
not be relieved of the present necessity of
paying two fares whenever they wished to
reach the Capitol and other eastern city
points. ,
TO PRAY FOR THE PRESIDENT.
All ConKreicntions I nite in the Presi
dent's Church Tonight.
The President's life Is to be prayed for
tonight, when religious Washington will
meet in an interdenominational service at
the President's church ? the Metropolitan
Methodist, at 4Vi and C streets northwest.
The services, which will commence at-7:30
o'clock, will be directed by Rev. H. R.
Navlor, D.D., presiding elder of the Wash
ington Methodist Episcopal district. It is
understood that nearly all pastors of the
capital city have arranged to participate.
All creeds will be welcome, and it is an
ticipated that all congregations In the city
will be represented.
Delicious Dinners at "Cabin John."
All the good things in season on the menu.
Superior service. Band concerts evenings.
? Advertisement.
Anacostla and Neighborhood.
A horse attached to a mall cart in charge
of Henry L. Clark, an Anacostla mail car
rier, became frightened yesterday after
noon at Twining City by a train on the
B. and O. freight line and ran away. En
gineer Waters saw that the horse was run
ning for the crossing at Carroll street and
he put all the speed possible on the engine
and beat the animal there by a short dist
ance. The horse, however, dashed the mall
cart against the tender, completely demol
ishing the vehicle. Mail from the cart was
scattered in various directions and littered
the place. Carrier Clark was not In the ve
hicle at the time. The cart was the prop
erty of B. F. Joy of Anacostla. All the
scattered mail was recovered. *
Joseph L. Corbett, colored, forty-five
years old, was found dead in a stable loft
Sunday on the bar* of Walter A. Sanford,
below Anacostla. Corbett had worked for
a number of years on different truck gar
dens at Glesboro and was about to secure
employment at Mr. Sanford's place. Death
was due to natural 6auses.
Mr. Frank McLean of Monroe street Is
a visitor In Buffalo, where he has been at
tending the exposition.
Masters George and Walter Gray who
have been visiting here at their former
home, have returned to New York accom
panied by their father. Mr. George H. Gray.
Capitol Hill Braneh.
A Capitol Hill branch for receiving Star
advertisements has been established at
Dobyn's pharmacy, corner 2d street and
Pennsylvania avenue southeast. Classified
advertisements will be received there at
regular rates.
AMUSEMENTS.
ACADEMY OF MT7SIC?"The Outpost"
was given at the Academy of Music last
night by J. K. Emmet, supported by Lottie
Gilson and a' company of worthy players.
A large audience manifested Its approba
tion of the several climaxes and dramatic
pictures which occur In the course of the
play. The name of Emmet to theater pa
trons of a generation ago Irresistibly calls
up memories of the cordial comedian, sweet
singer and graceful dancer, he of the tune
ful tenor voice and the mellifluous lullaby,
cuckoo song and "Climb, Climb." The pres
ent Mr. Emmet has a baritone voice which
has been unnaturally forced upward in Its
register. "The Outpost" will perhaps not
come to be considered a great play, but It
satisfactorily fulfills its mission of giving
amusement and presenting vehicles for Mr.
Emmet and Lottie Gilson to do those
things which they do best?sing, dance and
make merry. This was probably the object
of the authors, Edwin Barbano and James
W. Harkins, Jr. It preserves one of the
olden features of the Fritz plays in that the
center of the stage is frequently given over
to a little child. The Anglo-Boer was fur
nishes the peg on which the authors hang
a dual love story. The scene is laid near
Kimberley, and although swords, guns and
khaki are quite conspicuous, the militant
part of the theme is brought before the
audience in narrative rather than by presen
tation. At appropriate Intervals there are
plenty of gun shots and clanging hoof
beats in the distance. Mr. Emmet makes
his entry astride a handsome bay horse.
Miss Gilson displays her brogue tp advant
age and sings and dances and enacts the
role of a rogueish sweetheart in a winsome
way. Priestly Morrison was officerlike as
Jack Desmond, a lieutenant in the British
army and John Cooper played Captain
Fabian, a villain of familiar type, with
enough diabolism to Invoke the enmity of
the gallery. Ulgo, a Zulu who talked "big
talk" and aided the hero In overcoming
certain obstacles, was Arthur Sprague, and
Oom Paul, who was shot and died In intense
pain In the second act, was portrayed by
J. E. Nun. Miss Morrison was a coy and
loving Jean and David Rivers as Sergeant
Easey was an Irishman who fought Boers
in rather a fainthearted fashion. Miss
Jennie ReifTarth as Tanta Lena and Louis
Haynes as Reginald Smithers enriched the
comedy flavor of "The Outpost." Little
Toody was down on the bill as Miss Cooper.
KERNANS LYCEUM.?Dinkins' Uto
pians is the burlesque company which Man
ager Kernan presents to his patrons this
week, and his offering proves to be a very
acceptable one. This organization, which
is in its third successful season, was first
seen here Saturday, August 31, when it was
put on to finish the week for another com
pany. At that time it made numerous
friends. Some of these and many new ac
quaintances greeted the company at its
performances yesterday matinee and even
ing. Among the more familiar burlesquers
may be mentioned Geo. W. Topack, Lillian
Washburn and the Empire City Quartet.
Two burlesques are introduced in open and
close with, both of which are replete with
good specialties, new songs, pretty girls
and bright costumes. Klein and Clifton,
eccentric dancers, start the olio, and Mr.
Klein shows particular versatility with his
feet. Gordon, Vidocq and Perry present a
very funny sketch; Evelyn Fonner and
Celeste Carter look pretty and act stately
as coon shouters. Lillian Washburn and
Geo. M. Topack. in the "Sporting Editor,"
present a farcical skit by Geo. H. Emerlck,
which is exceptional and creditable. The
Empire City Quartet are kept busy for
some time furnishing melody and harmony,
which is pleasing, and the Josselin trio do
a clever acrobatic turn.
"THE LAST APPEAL."?Leon Detrlch
stein's new romantic play. "The Last Ap
peal," had its premier at Philadelphia last
night at the Broad Street Theater before
a large audience. Reports from the Quaker
city say that it was splendidly received
by a critical audience.
"LIBERTY BELLES."?Klaw & Erlan
ger's Troubadours gave the first perform
ance of Harry B. Smith's new musical
comedy, "The Liberty Belles," before one
of the largest audiences ever gathered In
the Chestnut Street Theater, Philadelphia,
last night. The piece scored an instan
taneous hit, the applause and laughter be
ing almost incessant. The work of Harry
Davenport. John Slavln, Harry Gilfoll,
Etta Butler and Sandol Milliken was un
I usually clever and entertaining.
Quality is what makes price. If Burnett's
Vanilla Extract was no better than other
extracts Ks price would be the same.?Adv.
Takomn Park and Vicinity.
At a meeting of the Takoma Club ard
Library the athletic committee was author
ized to purchase additional outfits for the
gymnasium. A vote of thanks was extend
ed to Superintendent Gibson for the artistic
floral effects in front of the club house on
Oak avenue.
The town council has purchased a stone
crushing machine and within a short time
the work of crushing stone for the streets
and avenues in the Park will be com
menced.
At the last meeting of the council a reso
lution was passed granting permission to
any resident of the District of Columbia
to connect with the sewerage system of Ta
koma Park, Md., upon the payment of an
annual fee, to be determined by a commit
tee of the council.
The mayor and council expressed their
willingness by resolution to confer with
the District government to the end that the
sewerage system of the town may be util
ized by that portion of the town lying in
the District of Columbia, which, owing to
topographical difficulties, is unable to drain
into the sewerage system of the District.
The council has announced its policy to
construct no more board walks in the town,
but decided that applications from property
owners for substantial walks of brick, tile
or concrete, under the permit system, would
be promptly considered.
Mr. L. M. Moore and son Hallie have re
turned from the Buffalo exposition
Miss Grace Ward is visiting Mr. and Mrs
George A. Warren.
Rev. John Van Ness, pastor of the Ta
koma Presbyterian Church, has returned
from a trip through New Jersey. Mr Van
N??? is at present with relatives In Canada.
* , ; l',ong has gone on a short visit
to Philadelphia.
Mr. anj Mrs. James Dyre and son left a
few days ago for Suffolk, Va? on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Vance Lewis and daugh
ter Evu left yesterday for Yuma, Ariz., for
an extended trip. On their return thw will
California and the Yellowstone Park
Miss Kathryne Woodford of Chicago, who
has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs i Vane
home3 ?f Maple avenue> has returned to her
The Misses Parkins of Oak avenue have
returned from Atlantic City.
Flynn'it Bnslness College, Hth and K.
Business.shorthand,typewriting?S25 a year
?Advertisement. ' ?
Costly Failure to Move.
James Newton, colored, who was recently
convicted in the Police Court of keeping
a disorderly house, and released on his per
sonal bonds to remove to another neighbor
hood, failed to do so, and was brought Into
SUSP today an<* sentenced to pay a fine of
1100 or serve ninety days in jail.
Girl Broke a Man's Bib.
Bootsey Lucas, a seventeen-year-old col
ored girl, was today convicted In the Alice
Court of assaulting Michael J. Fltsgerald
by striking him in the side with a large
bottle and breaking one of his ribs, and
Judge O'Donnell sent her to jail for sixty
days.
Alleged Robbery of a Parle Meeper.
Edward Smith, colored, was held for the
grand Jury by Judge O'Donnell today to
answer the charge of stealing a watch,
chain and charm from the person of Robert
M. Elliott while the latter was asleep fn
one of the parks. Bond was fixed In the
sum of $500.
CITY ITEMS.
Keep a Bottle of "Old Braddock"
Maryland Rye la the House
?so 'twill be handy in case of sudden ill
ness, chills, etc. None finer obtainable. At
grocers', cafes, clubs. Jas. Clark Distilling
Co., D. P. McCarthy, mgr., 610 Pa. ave. It
"Havenner'a Waferettes" Are the
"Always Good" Crackers.
They're always fresh and crisp. They're
always inviting and toothsome. They're
quite the most delicious of crackers. Tout
grocer has them in red packages. Be. It
^ t
LTn equaled la tke District
?is the output of National Capital Brewing
Co.'s Beers. "Muenchener" and "Diamond"
are favorites with all. Pure, old aad whole
some, S do*., (1.2ft, 'Phoat 821. U
RECEPTIOS1 TO RIFLEMEN.
It fa Postponed of Respect for
Pre?ldest< McKinley.
In view of the attempted assassination of
President McKinley It was today decided
to postpone the proposed reception in honor
of the victorious riflemen of the District
of Columbia National Guard, who won
nearly all the prises offered at the Sea
Girt tournament, if the condition of the
President continues rto improve the recep
tion will, in all Jikslihood, be held next
week.
With the exception of nine men, who
remained at the r*ng* to shoot in the spe
cial matches that will be concluded to
day, the entire Washington detachment
has returned home.! The wonderful suc
cess of the local men, not only in the team
contests but in the individual matches as
well, proved very gratifying. The results
of the individual matches, begun yesterday,
will not be known until this evening.
In the competition at {*00, 900 and 1,000
yards, for cash priaes aggregating $500, the
scores at the conclusion of the first stage
were: Dr. J. C. Sellars, Ireland, 136; Frank
Hyde, New York, 135; John Morgan, Ire
land, 133; Captain W. B. Martin, Eliza
beth, 132; Col. Sergeant E. Skedden, Cana
da, 131; Thomas Caldwell, Ireland, 129;
Capt. James Wilson, Ireland, 128; Howard
Geusch, Madison, N. J., 126; Robert Dun
can. Ireland, 120; John McKenna, Ireland,
V Sir Henry Thynne, Ireland, 124; Dr. S.
I. .L-ott, Washington, 123; W. T. Braith
waite. Ireland, 122; Capt. W. H. Davidson,
Canada, 122; Private S. I. Paupst, Canada,
122; J. R. Williams, Ireland, 120; Lieut.
William De'V. Fouke, Philadelphia, 120;
Lieut. B. M-. Bell,Washington, 117; Dr. Bull.
Bloomfield, 116; F. W. Henry, Ireland, 116;
Ernest Dunnan, Ireland, 113; Sergeant Ma
jor Higgins. Canada, 113; Lieut. W. M.
Farrow, Washington, 106; Gunner A. Flem
lrg, Canada, 105; Lieut. G. C. Shaw, Wash
ington, 106; Major G. B. Young. Washing
ton, 101; Corp. R. W. Evrtns, New Bruns
wick. 99; Sergeant Jackson. Jersey City.
83; Lieut. H. H. Leizear, Washington, 98;
Lieut. W. W. Cookson, Washington, 92;
Lieut. A. S. Jones, Passaic, 89.
The District is showing up well in the
match for three prizes donated by the
United Shooting Societies of France. At
the conclusion of the firing at the first
stage the scores were: Lieut. G. C. Shaw,
Washington, 128; Captain W. E. Martin,
New Jersev, 125; Lieut. H. M. Bell, Wash
ington. 113; Lieut. A. M. Allison, Washing
ton. 100.
In connection with an Informal gathering
at the club house on the Sea Girt range last
evening General Bird W. Spencer, execu
tive officer of the tournament, expressed
thanks to the members of the Irish and j
Canadian teams for visiting America and
participating in the shooting. Captain Wil
son of Ireland *nd Captain Davidson of
Canada made brief replies, expressing ap
preciation of the courtesies that had been
extended, and making feeling reference to
the assault on President McKinley.
These Fences Mnst Be Moved.
Mrs. Matilda A. Bancroft has protested
to the District Commissioners against the
order received by her to move the parking
fence in front of her property on P street
between 6th and 7th streets northwest. C.
B. Hunt, the computing engineer, recom
mends that Mrs. Bancroft be informed
that in the construction of a new cement
sidewalk on this street it has been decided
that the regulation width of sidewalk for
a ninety-foot street, which is twelve feet,
must be observed, and, in consequence,
that her parking fence, which encroaches
within that space, will have to be moved.
"She might further be advised," continues
Mr. Hunt, "that even were a ten-foot
width used her fence wrjild still en
croach, and that the expense for moving
is no greater for the two feet additional.
The unfortunate circumstances as to the
resulting condition of the parking to which
she calls attention are regretted, but the
public considerations must take precedence.
The notice to move the fence must be in
sisted upon."
Mrs. Bancroft declares that to move the
fence Inward will greatly disfigure her
yard.
D. E^Rlne, owning property on the same
square, and having been served with a like
notice to move hts parking fence inward to
make room for the twelve-foot sidewalk,
has also protested to the Commissioners,
and the same report as that stated above
has been made thereon by the engineer de
partment.
Achirag Joimits
In the fingers, toes, arms, and other parts of the
body, are Joints that are inflamed and swollen by
rheumatism?that acid condition of the blood which
affects the muscles also.
Sufferers dread to move, especially after sitting
or lying long, and their condition is commonly
worse in wet weather.
Hood's. Sarsaparllla
Remove the cause of rheumatism?no outward ap
plication can. Take them.
34
Varieties off
'9
? ? Represerting ten of the finest vineyards In
? * the Golden Gate state. Largest stock south
? ? of New York.
CHRIS XANBER, st0"3?*
se4-12d 'Phone 1428.
AMUSEMENTS.
BASE BALL
TOMORROW.
VS.
GAME CALLED AT 4:30 P.M.
Admission, 25c. Grand Stand, 50c.
Take H St. Cars direct to American League Park.
Next?BOSTON. September 12, 13. It
' LAST WEEK OF THE SEASON
AT CHEVY CHASE LAKE.
MARINE RAND CONCERTS TONIGHT and FRI
DAY. DANCING other evenings. sel0-tf,5
CABIN JOHN.
Pan-American Motion Pictures in
PALM GARDEN.
A COMPLETE EXPOSITION
EQ:-\L TO A TRIP TO BUFFALO
Showing 'he TEMPLE OF MUSIC, etc Irenes of
the attempted assassination of the President
1. Circular panorama of the ESPLANADE. Fi wn
TRIG TOWER, etc. ^
2. Panorama looking down the MALL, showing
an inunenie crowd of people. 8
mcsic' ??
grc, ?ple of md
5. Ride on an eleetrto launch completely around
the grounds, sbowiag alt the points of interest
This last scene atone worth ten times the price
of admission. v
ADMI9BIOX, 10 CENTS
delicacleE*f ?ea8on " the hotel.
ACADEny. '
?Pbone Main 534.
Eve's 8:15 o'clock.
BEST RESEHVKI>
SEATS,
THE/ TER.
'FRITZ" EMMET
And
- LOTTIE GtUSON,
I
22S??f5TThe Outpost
HI., Tiie^ay.Thnrs-^ tke Boer-British War
Play.
day and Saturday.
BEST ,
SEATS
Gallery always 15c.
'Phone for seata ahead.
Pay when yon come,
'week?"B ABBABA. FRE1TCHIE, * * the play
C0L1SEUJ1,
14th and EAST CAPITOL STREETS.
BURNS PIERCE
ARCHIE MlcEACHERN
In a Twenty-Mile Motor Paced Race.
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER IS, 8:15 P.M.
a* Motor Races, 8 and S-?lle heats.
~~~ TWICE DAILY.
25c.
* and SOe.
TELEPHONE MAIN 23441.
THE UTOPIANS
BIG BUBLB8QBB ORGANIZATION,
rtraciatinf VncMOOM^, Taaderflle * Borleaqoa.
Hut Weak?HARBY BRYANT'S B0BUE8QUHBS.
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.
Ella Willi* Takes Luduu la Wash
laprtoa Circle.
A well-dressed, good-looking young wo
man, about twenty-seven years of age.
who gave the name of Ella Willis and
said she lived near Falls Church, Va.,
attempted to commit suicide In Washing
ton Circle last night by swallowing a large
dose of laudanum. It was only after two
hours of the hardest kind of work by the
physicians of the Emergency Hospital, to
which institution she was removed in an
ambulance, that her life was saved. Hiis
morning it was stated at the hospital that
the woman had almost entirely recovered.
She will probably return to her home this
evening. An attempt was made today to
learn something about her, Jt>ut she de
clined to talk.
The attempt at suicide occurred about 9
o'clock last night. A colored man sitting
in the park saw the woman go to the
drinking fountain in the center of the
reservation and take a drink of water.
She started to walk away, but before she
had gone many steps.she fell unconscious
to the sidewalk. William Finn and Au
gustus Willige, two young men who were
standing on a nearby corner, ran to her
and, together with the colored man, at
tempted to resuscitate her. Finding their
efforts unavailing they telephoned for an
ambulance.
Money to lend at 4, 5 and 6 per cent on
real estate. Frank T. Rawlings, 1505 Pa. av.
?Advertisement.
Fell Overboard and Was Drowned.
Joseph Gray, a colored man, fell over
board from the steamer Potomac at the
foot of 7th street last night and was
drowned. His body was recovered by Har
bormaster Sutton's crew early this morning
and taken to the morgue.
Convicted of Robbing Newsboys.
Henry Brlghthart, a big colored man, was
today convicted in the Police Court of steal
ing 80 cents from Lloyd Freeman and 88
cents from Lester Lewis two small news
boys. Judge O'Donnell fined him $10, with
thirty days in default of payment, in each
case.
W5th Sham poos of Cuticura
Soap and Dressings
of Cuticura.
This treatment at once stops falling hair, re
moves crusts, scales and dandruff, soothes irritat
ed, itching surfaces, stimulates hair follicles, sup
plies the roots with energy and nourishment, and
makes the hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome,
healthy scalp when all else fails. (k)
Best store,
Best goods,
Best service;
hence you'd
Best not forget
Elphonzo Youngs Company,
428 Ninth Street.
EXCURSIONS, ETC.
Special Excursion
To Colonial Beach,
Steamer Samuel J. Pentz,
Sunday, September 15.
Steamer leaves River View wharf at 8:45 a.m.
Home again 10 p.m.
FAREROUND TBF.SE5L;:::
sel0-5t
Arlington, Myer, Falls Church,
FROM AQ. BRIDGE. Schedule In R. R. column.
je25-5.tr
FOR nOUNT VERNON,
ALEXANDRIA AND ARLINGTON.
ELECTRIC TRAINS, STATION 13^ & PA. AVE.
For Al?xandria and Arlington, every 45 minutes.
Fo.- Mt. Vernon, every hour from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m., ON WEEK DAYS ONLY.
ROUND TRIP to Mt. Vernon, 50c. Round trip to
Alexandria, 25c. Round trip to Arlington, 20c.
Round trip to Mt. Vernon, Including Arlington and
Alexandria, 60c.
WASH., ALEXANDRIA & MT. VERNON RY.
jyl-12d
The Weeffim? Steamboat Co.
BETWEEN BALTIMORE AND WASII INGTON.
Leave Baltimore every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday from Pier 9, Light street, at 5 p.m., ar
riving in Washington early Monday, Thursday and
SaturJay mornings.
Leave Washington every Tuesday, Thursday and
Sunday at 4 p.m., arriving in Baltimore every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning early.
These 3teamers are new and tlrst-class In every
respect, with delightful state rooms and excellent
table.
The trip from Baltimore every Saturday at 5
fi.m., arriving in Washington early Monday morn*
ng, is ^specially commended.
State rcoms can be engaged In advance from
Stephenson Bro.,
7TH STREET WHARF.
Telephone 745. Je7-25,tf
For Moumt Vernoira,
HOME AND TOMB OF WASHINGTON
(DAILY. SUNDAY EXCEPTED),
IRON STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTER.
Leaves 7th St. wharf 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
Arrive* Washington 2:15 and 6:15 p.m.
Fare, round trip 50 cents
Admission to grounds and mansion 25 cents
se2-14tf
The Salt Water Resort on
the Bay.
Haley's Full Concert Band
Trains Leave District Line Station
Week Days?10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
Sundays?9:30, 10:30, 11:30 a.m.; 2:30, 3:40, 5:15
and 7:45 p.m.
Returning, leave the Beach
Week Days?7:00 and 9:00 p.m.
Sundays?2:00, 8:00, 6:00, 8:00 and 10:00 p.m.
Only 50 Cents Round Trip.
Columbia electric cars, bearing red algna, ran
through to District Line Station without transfer.
Way Trains for local stations km District Line
Station week days 9:30 a.m. and 8:30 p.m.; Sun
days, 9:80 a.m. and >sl? p.m. an6-tf
or folk & Washington
Steamboat Company.
Every day In the year from foot of 7th at.
for Ft. Monroe, Norfolk, Newport News and
all points aoutb by the superb, powerful ateel
_? palace ateamera "Newport News," "Norfolk"
and ??Washington."
Lt. Washington..6:80 pm Lt. Portsmouth..5:00 pm
1/r. Alexandria..7:00 pm Lt. Norfolk 6:00 pm
Ar. Fort Monroe.7:00 am Lt. Fort Monroe.7:00 pm
At Norfolk 8:00 am Ar. Alexandria...6:30 am
Ar. Portsmouth..8:15 am Ar. Washington. .7:00 am
fjrFor further information apply at general
ticket office, Bond building, 14th and N. T.
are., or 7th at. wharf, Washington, D. C.
?Phone 2290. JNO. CALLAHAN, General Manager.
ay 1-2UO ?
"Ericsson Line Excursions."
Attractive * Water Route from Baltimore.
"Through the canal to Philadelphia." Fare from
Waahington by B. ft O. to Baltimore, thence by
Ericaaon Line to Philadelphia?Single, $2.70; round
trip, 94. Round trip, returning all rail from Phil
adelphia (1. ft O.), 86. Steamers sail daily except
Sunday at 6 p.m. Day Boat, Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, 7:80 a.m. Tickets to Philadelphia on
sale ia Washington at B. ft O. ticket offices. Tick*
eta for sale In Baltimore office only to Atlantic
City, Gape Mar, Asbury Park, Ocean Grave, Long
Branch, New York, Albany, Troy and points north,
write tor guide of the route and great "
: Betterton to GLARKNC9B SHRTV _
Light at., Bath mors. Md. Jelt-tt
at
N
RAILROADS.
BALTIilORE & OHIO
RAILROAD.
Wubla(too, New Jersey it*, and O it
Chicago and Northwest. *10:50 a.m., *8:00 p.m.
Qnclnnatl. St. Loals and Indlaoapulla. *10:09
a.m., *8:48 p.m., *1:10 night
Pittsburg and Cleveland. *10:50 a.m.. *8:30 p m.
and *1:00 night.
Columbus and Wheeling. *8:06 p.m.
Annapolis, t7:15, t8:88 a.m.. U2:18, t5-S0 p.m.
Sundhya, 8:30 a.m.. 4:35 p.m.
Baltimore, week days. *2:35, 5 00. 6:30. x7<?,
*7:15, 18:30, 8:35, x?:30. <10:00 a in.. *12:10 m .
12:15. >1:10. x3 00, *4:00, *4:80. 4:35. *8:03.
xB 10. *5:30. x6:20. 6:30. x8:00. *10:00. *11:30.
11 :S5 p.m. Sundays. *2:35. *7:05. *7:15. 8:30.
*8:00 s.m.. *12:10. *1:10. 1:18. x3:00. *3:3?. 4:M.
*8:05. *8:10. 6:30, *8:00. *10:00. *11:30, *11:35 p.m.
ROYAL BLUE LINE.
All trains Illuminated with Plutsch light.
Baltimore, rhlladelphia. New York, Boston and
the Eaat, *2:35, *7:U6 (I)lner). t?:30 (Buffet).
**0:00 (Diner), flO.OO tDlner) a.m.. *12:10 (Diner).
?1:10 (Diner), *3:00. "Royal Limited." (Dluer),
f4:00 (Buffet), *5:06 (Diner). *8:00 and *11:30
p.m. (Slecplug car open at 10:00 o'clock.)
Parlor cars on all day trains.
Atlantic City. tlO:00 a.m., 112:10 noon and fl:10
and fS:00 p.m.
*Dally. tExcept Sunday. **Sunday only.
* Express trains.
Baggage railed for and checked on orders left at
ticket offices, 619 Pennsylvania avenue northwest.
New York avenue and 15tb street, and at depot.
Telephone ticket offices for B. and O. Electric Au
tomobile Cabs. D. B. MARTIN. Mgr. Pass. Traffic.
se2-50
AD ILK,? A?
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND II STREETS.
7:50 A.M. dally. PITT8BURG EXPRESS.?Parlor
and Dining Cars Ilarrisburg to Pittsburg.
10:50 A.M. dally. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.?
Pullman Sleeping. Dining. Smoking and Observa
tion Cars Ilarrisburg to Chicago. Cincinnati. In
dianapolis, St. Louis, Cleveland and Toledo.
Buffet Parlor Car to Harrlsburg.
10:30 A.M. dally. FAST LINE.-Pullman Buffet
Parlor Car to Harrlsburg. Buffet Parlor Car
Harrlsburg to Pittaburg.
8:30 P.M. dally. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX
PRESS. Sleeping Car Waahlngton to St. Louis
and Sleeping and Dining Cars Harrlsburg to In
dianapolis. St. Loula, Louisville (via Cincinnati)
and Chicago.
7:18 P.M. dally. ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.?Pullman
Sleeping Car Harrlsburg to St. Louis.
7:45 P.M. daily. WESTERN EXPRESS.?Pullman
Sleeping Car to Pittsburg and Chicago. Dining
Car to Chicago.
7:48 P.M. daily. CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI
EXPRESS.?Pullman Sleeping Cars Washington
to Pittsburg and Harrlsburg to Cleveland and
Nashville (via Cincinnati and Louisville). Dining
Car.
10:40 P.M. dally. PACIFIC EXPRESS.?Pullman
Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
7:80 A.M. dally. BUFFALO DAY EXPRESS, with
through Parlor Car, Dining Car and Coaches to
Buffalo, via Emporium Junction.
7:80 A.M. for Kane. Canandalgua. Rochester and
Niagara Falls daily sxcept Sunday.
10:80 A.M. for Elmlra Hnd Renovo dnllv, except
Sunday. For Wllllamsport dally, 3:30 P.M.
7^-15 P.M. dally. BUFFALO NIGHT EXPRESS,
with through Buffet Sleeping Car and Coaches
Buffalo, via Emporium Junction.
7:48 P.M. dally for Erie; for Rochester, Buffalo
and Niagara Falls daily except Saturday, with
Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester.
10:40 P.M for Erie. Cunandalgua. Rochester. Buf
falo and Niagara Falls dsily. Pullman Sleeping
Car Washington to Rochester Saturdays only.
4:00 P.M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED." dally
for New York, all Parlor Can, with Dining Car
from Baltimore.
FOR PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK AND THE
EAST.
Express. 7:00 (Dining Car). 7:20. B:15. 0:00. 10:00
(Dining Car), 10:25 and 11:00 (Dining Car from
Wilmington) A.M., 12:48. 8:18, 4:50 (Dining Car
from Baltimore), ?:B0, 10:00 and 11:50 P.M. On
Sundays, 7:00 (Dining Car). 7:20, 8:18, 9:00.
1?:25, 11:00 (Dining Car from Wilmington) A.M..
12:15, 3:15, 4:80 (Dining Car from Baltimore).
6:50, 10:00 and 11:50 P.M. For Philadelphia
only. Express. 7:45 A.M.. 12:15 P.M. week days,
2:01. 4:10 and 5:40 P.M. dally.
For Boston without change, 7:45 A.M. week days
and 4:50 P.M. dally.
For Baltimore. 6:15. 7:00. 7:20. 7:45. 7:50. 8:18,
8:00. 10:00. 10:25, 10:50. 11:00 A.M.. 12:15.
12:45, 1:28. 2:01. 3:18, 3:80 (4:00 Limited),
4:10, 4:20. 4:33. 4:50. 5:40. 6:15, 6:80. 7:18. 7:48.
10:00, 10:40, 11:35 and 11:50 P.M. On Sundays.
7:00, 7:20. 7:80, 8:18, 9:00. 9:08, 10:28, 10:80,
11:00 A.M., 12:15. 1:18. 2:01, 3:18, 8:30 (4:00
Limited). 4:10. 4:20. 4:50. 8:40. 6:15, 6:50, 7:15.
7:48. 10:00. 10:40 and 11:80 P.M.
For Pope's Creek Line, 7:45 A.M. and 4:33 P.M.
week days. Sundavs, 9:08 A.M.
For Annapolis. 7:00. 8:00 A.M.. 12:18 and 8:40
P.M. week days. Sundays.0:00 A.M. and 5:40 P.M.
Express for Florida and points on Atlantic Coast
Line, 4:30 A.M.. 3:12 P.M. dally.
Express for Florida snd points on Seaboard Air
Line. 11:01 A.M. dally. "Florida and Metropoli
tan Limited." 6:65 P.M. dally.
Express for Richmond only 8:05 A.M. week days.
8:00 fP.M. dally.
Accommodation for Qnantlco. 7:46 A.M. dally and
4:25 P.M. week days.
SEASHORE CONNECTIONS.
For Atlantic City (via Delaware River Bridge, all
rail route). 11:00 A.M.. 4:10 and 11:50 P.M.
dally, 12:46 P.M. week days, with through Pnll
mnn Buffet Parlor Car. Via Market 8treet
Wharf, 9:00 (Saturday only), 10:00 and 11:00
A.M., 12:45 P.M.. week days. 11:50 P.M. daily.
For Cape May. 10:00, 11:00 A.M.. 12:45 P.M. week
days. 11:50 P.M. dally.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and G streets,
and at the station. Sixth and B streets, where or
ders cau be left for the checking of baggage to
destination from hotels and residences.
Telephone call "1441" for Pennsylvania Railroad
Cab Service.
J. B. HUTCHINSON. J. R WOOD.
General Manager. General Passenger Agent.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Schedule corrected to June 1, 1901.
Trains leave from Pennsylvania Station.
8:01 a.m. Dally. Lccal for Harrisonburg, War
renton, Charlotte and way stations.
11:16 a.m. Dally. U. S. Fast Mail. Sleeping
cars to New Orleans, Columbia, Savannah and
Jacksonville, uniting at Salisbury with sleeper for
Ashevllle. Chattanooga end Memphis, and at Dan
ville with sleeper for Birmingham and at Char
lotte with sleeper for Augusta. Solid train Wash
ington to New Orleans. Dining car service.
11:37 a.m. Daily. Local for Warrenton and
Charlottesville.
4:01 p.m. Week Days. Local for Front Royal,
Strac-burg and Harrisonburg.
4:30 p.m. Dally. Local for Warretiton and Char
lottesville.
9:50 p.m. Dally. Washington and Chattanooga
Limited (via Lynchburg). Sleeping cars to Roa
noke, Knoxvllle, Chattanooga, Memphis and New
Orleans. Through coach to Memphis. Dining car
service.
9:55 p.m. Dally. N. Y. and Fla. Express. Sleep
lng cars to Augusta, with connections for Aiken
and Charleston, and to Savannah. Jacksonville and
Port Tampa. Through coach to Jacksonville, unit
ing at Danville with Pullman sleepers from Rich
mond and Norfolk for Charlotte. Tourist sleeper
Washington to San Francisco Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays. Dining car service.
10:45 p.m. Daily. Washington and Southwestern
Limited?the only exclusively Pullman train be
tween Washington and the South. Sleeping cars
to Ashevllle, Knoxvllle, Chattanooga and Nash
ville, and to Atlanta. Macon. Birmingham, Mem
phis, . Montgomery, Mobile and New Orleans. Club
car Washington to Atlanta. Dining car service.
TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANCH.
Leave Washington 8:10 a.m.. 1:00 p.m., 4:35
p.m. and 4:49 p.m., week days, and 9:01 a.m. and
6:25 p.m.. Sundays only, for Bluemont, and 6:28
p.m., week days, for I^esburg.
Returning, arrive Washington 8:24 a.m. and 8:00
p.m., dally, and 8:34 a.m. and 2:45 p.m., week
days, from Bluemopt, and 6:87 a.m., week days,
from Leesburg.
Through trains from the South arrive Washington
6:42 a.m., 6:52 a.m.. 7:35 a.m., dally, 2:15 p.m.
and 9:00 p.m.. daily. From Harrisonburg, 11:37
a in., week days, and 9:40 p.m., daily. From
Charlottesville, 8:28 a.m. and 9:40 p.m., dally.
Tickets, sleeping car reservations and other In
formation furnished and baggage called for und
checked from hotels and residences by Union
Transfer Co., on orders left at Ticket Office. 705
15th st. n.w.; 511 Pa. ave. n.w. and at Penna.
Station. .
?Phone 1441 for P. R. R. Cab Service.
FRANK S. GANNON, 3d V. P. and Gen. Mgr.
S H HARD WICK, General Pass'r Agent.
l! S. BROWN. General Agent.
Seaboard A5r Line Railway
CAPITAL CITY ROUTE.
LEAVE WASHINGTON. P. R. R. STATION:
11:01 A.M., FLA. AND ATLANTA FAST DAILY
MAIL?Through Pullman Sleeper to Jacksonville,
connecting at Hamlet with Pullman Sleeper to
Atlanta.
6:68 P.M., FLA. AND METROPOLITAN DAILY
LIMITED?Through Pullman Sleepers to Tampa
and Atlanta. Tbeae trains offer excellent sched
ules to Petersburg, Raleigh, {Southern Pines
(Plnehurst), Camden, Columbia, Savannah, Jack
sonville and all Florida points; Charlotte, Athens,
Atlanta, New Orleans, Chattanooga, Nashville,
all points west snd southwest.
1:30 A.M. DAILY, LOCAL?To Petersburg, Raleigh,
Southern Pines (Plnehurst), Hamlet and lnter>
mediate points.
Office: 1484 N. Y. ave. and Penna. ticket offices.
B. E. L. BUNCH. W. H. DOLL,
Gen. Pass. Agt. Gen. Aft.
Chesapeake & Ohio Ry.
Trains leave from 1'ennsylvania Station.
8:00 P.M. DAILY?Cincinnati and St. Louis Spe
cial?Solid train for Cincinnati. Pullman Sleepers
to Cincinnati. Lexington, Louisville, Indianapolis
and St. Lonls without change. Connection for
Virginia Hot Springs daily. Observation Parlor
Car Washington to White Sulphur and Hintoa week
days. Dining Car. Parlor Cars Cincinnati to
DAILY?F. F. V. Limited-Solid train
for Cincinnati. Pullman- Sleepers to Oluclnnsti,
Lexington snd Louisville without change. Connec
tion for Virginia Hot Springs dally. Dining Car.
Sleepers Cincinnati to Chicago and 8t. Louis.
Reservstion and tickets at Chesapeake and Ohio
office. 618 Pennsylvania avenoe; 600 Fourteenth
itreet, near F, and at the station. Telephone call.
Main 1441. for Pennsylvania Railroad Cab service.
H. W. FULLER,
Telephone Main 10?* General Passenger Agent
ARLINGTON?MYER?FALL8 CHURCH.
STATION, AQUEDUCT BRIDGE.
To Falls Church ? *6:15, x6:50, x7:20, x8:30,
*8:80. 10:90, xll:80, 12:30, *1:80, 2:80, x8:80, 4.
x4:30, 5. *8:80, ?. x6:80, 7. x8, x8:80, ill, xlX.
Sat And Bandar night, hourly after 8 P.M. Hourly
to West End on Sunday. xTo West End.
To Myer and Ari.-t?:18, tf. t7t8:45, 8:18.
I?:4? ff:4? P.M., f8:4h, t8:48. 110:48, tll:B0.
Mauck. Coachhmsfrrid?. Sa.a. to8:80p. as.
FOREIGN POSTAL SERVICE
Wsffi^J?*\.D. .9- POST OFn? notice.
Ume ?? changes may occur at
Mllinr^diHr " forw arded to the port* of
rAnred nn & * schedule of closings Is ar
ovefun^.,.pr*2.umpt,OB ?f th?-lr uninterrupted
14 i<*u (?Mi r week ending 8rptrnlirr
from'thls offlV*,^ f^w.V"* C,?"* *Ul ^ K'"de
TTTWtn*vT^.AN.HAT1>ANT,c MAII*
s a Phlll'rtJlIk.V 1:15 p *? U,T EUROPE. per
Mall for York- Tl* Southampton.
PhlUd^nh.. lnurt ?? directed "Per a .a.
per s ? I? 06 PM- for EUROPE,
<c> Kt li JlWii .>m York, via QueenMown.
Vaderl. 1 M? for?BWXSII M direr., per . ..
"Per r s vlT"1! York- inuit be d tree ted
?*r Mwrland. 1
^ ra^NKSDAY^h) At 7:1? P.M. for W'ROPR
mniifh Ai,r i ,ctor,a. fr?m New York, rla Ply
rnvrp 171' ?n<1 Hamburg. Mall for
tori. - , v"".' "'IWted '"Per m. Auc Vi<
ITvh llL.x ? PM for FRANCE. SWITZF.R
Frn'r .I1ALY' PORTUGAL. TURKEY.
ZOM7?(ii i^K( K BRITISH INDIA and I.oRKN
v a Vf-lVf 'i? .P7 Ijl S?TO"- trn<" N' ? York,
: *'?" oth-r parta of El'ROPE luuat
V.V.T It.' ,'Vr I ? S*vole."
I mhrV. f v' 6:?? 1>M f"r EUROPE, per ?> ?.
n ils nv T ^MV >ork- vl* Qneenstown. <ci At
York rl. vf:,r. w ' ? W"rr" N>w
- i f11.1!*- Mall must t>e directed "l'er on
<c) At 11:05 P.M. for NETHERLANDS
dlnvt. per Ntaatendam. from New York. M?ll
rwJi bf directed "per M Staatendam." <c? At
II <? I M. for SCOTLAND direct. per ? a. As
^ : 5/?? ^.eu' ^ork. Mall must I?e directed "Per
a.B. Aatorla. '
?PHIVTEn MATTER. ETC.-This ateamer takea
rnmiwv i commercial papers and samples for
(ir.li.MAM only. The aame class of mall matter
JkJ. -Wr pa.rts of KPROPE will not lie aent by
m tiifl directed hy her.
MAII? FOR SOI Til AND CENTRAL AMERICA.
XIT(!niT WEST INDIES. ETC
Tl ESDAT-<k> At 12:00 M. for JAMAICA, per
ss Admiral IV?w*T, from Ronton. <cl At 11:05
d.inhtt 1tN'*ICA- ? Crania, from Phlla
iil txT ( At JL1:0B P M for INAC.UA and
HAITI per a a. Mt. Vernon, from New York. (c?
p M r '?,r CAMPfV HF.. ClUAPAS. TA
v??. v S %. I PATAN, per a.a. Monti-rev. from
kT 7Ma? for ?,h<vr l,art" MEXIfO rouat
be dlwcted "Per ? a Monterey." (c) At 11:0ft
Vort 5AHaMAS. per a a. Antllla. fn<m New
AntlUt ' Nassau. Mall must be directed "I'er u
WEDNR5DAY-(c) At 11:05 P.M. for nRAZIU
, ?rfflr?rr,r-'- from New York. Mall for
T-2n7??S BRAZIL. ARGENTINE REPUBLIC,
I RI ?l AY and PARAGUAY muat he directed "Per
5i?*.^2 r fr,noe ' {c) At 11:0? P.M. for BA
"AMAS and the PROVINCE OF SANTIAGO.
V; lit 8 ^1,r"to"- from New York, (c) At
KHTS. BRITISH. DITCH and
TiirdLrVI v ^ ' P*1" M t'ller. from New York.
. iJ .^\r<k) At 12:00 M for JAMAICA per
?.?. Admiral Snmpaon. from Boaton. (c> At 11:06
P.M. for MEXICO, per a.?. Seneca, from New
?ork. rla Tamplco Mall muat be directed "Per
a.a. Seneca."
FRIDAY?(c) At 11:05 P.M. for PORTO RICO
per a.a. San Jnan. from New York, via San Juan'
<c) At 11:05 P.M. for CURACAO and VENEZUELA
per a.a. Znlla .from New York. Mall for SAVA
NILLA and CARTHAGENA muat be directed "Per
".%-v?1 l*:?..'fJLAt 11;0n pm- for fortuxr isi^
8AVANILLA. CARTHAGENA
and,GREYTOWN. per a.a. Alene. from New York.
Mall for COSTA RICA muat be directed "Per a I.
Alene. (c> At 11:05 P.M. for ST THOMAS ST
?0IX LEEW?RD and WINDWARD ISI AXDS.
BRITISH. DUTCH and FRENCH Gt'IANA. i*r
a.a^ Madlana. from New York. Mall for GREN
ADA and TRINIDAD muat lie dfrvrtcd "Per a a
"a-" (e) At ll:Ofl P.M. for ARGENTIMB
RhPI BIJC. I RUGUAY and PARAGUAY. p?>r a a.
Norman Prince, from New York.
Malls for NEWFOUNDLAND, hr rail to North
Sydney and thence rla ateamer. close here dally
except Snndaya. at 12:00 M.. and on Sundava only
nt 11:30 A.M. (d) (hi
Malls for MTQUELX1N. hy rail to Boston and
thence Tla ateamer. close here dally at 3:15
P.M. (d)
CUBA MATI/i close here rla Port Tampa Fla.,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdava at 2*30
P.M. (f)
Mulls for MEXTCO overland, unless specially ad
dressed for dispatch hy atcamera aalllne from'New
York, cloae here dally at 10:25 A.M. and 10:00
P M
Malls for BELIZE, PPERTO CORTEZ and
GUATEMALA, by rail to New Orleans and thence
via steamer close here dallv at 10:25 P M the
connecting closcs for which helne Mondays.
Malls for COSTA RICA, by rail to New Orleana
and thence via ateamer. close here dallv at 10 00
P.M., the connecting closes for which being Tues
days.
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
Malla for "CHINA and JAPAN, via Seattle, close
here daily at 3:30 P.M. np to September 11 In
clusive, for dlspat "h per s.a. Tosa Maru. Regia
i tered mall must be directed "Via Seattle " (o)
Mails for AUSTRALIA (eicept West Australia,
which goes via Europe, and New Zealand which
I goes via San Franclaco) and FIJI ISLANDS Tla
Vancouver, close here dallv at ?:30 P M after
September 7 and np to September 14, Incluaive, for
d!snatch per s.s. Mlowera (o) *
Malls for "CHINA. JAPAN, HAWAII and tPHIL
IPPINE ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close her?
dally at 6:30 P.M. ap to September 15, Incluaive.
for dispatch per s.s. Doric, (o)
Malls for HAWAII, via San Franclaco, close here
dallv at 6:30 P.M. up to September 16, Inclusive
for dispatch per s.s Alsmeda. (o)
Malla for aUSI'HALIA (except West Australia,
which Is forwarded via Europe). NEW ZEALAND
FIJI, SAMOA and HAWAII, via Ran Francisco,
close here dally at 6:30 P.M after September 18
and up to September 28. Inclusive, for dispatch per
s.s. Sierra, (o)
Malls for "CHINA and JAPAN, rla Vancouver
close here dally at 6:30 P.M. up to October 1 ln^
elusive, for dispatch per a s. Empress of India
Registered mall must be directed "Via Vancou
ver." (o)
Malla for TAHITI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS
via San Franclaco, close here dallv at 6:30 P M*
cp to October 12. Inclusive, for dispatch per a a!
Australia, fo)
?Malls for COCHIN CHINA are forwarded to
New York for connection with European steamers
^PHILIPPINE ISLANDS (mlllta^ mall) dis
patched to San Francisco at all closes for that of
fice. to connect with government tranaports the
sailings of which are Irregular.
(b> Registered malla close at 1:00 P.M. same
day.
(c) Registered malls cloae at 8:00 P M sa-ne
day.
(dt Registered mails close at 8:00 A M same
day.
(f) Registered mails cloae at 1:00 P.M. previous
day.
<h> Registered malls close at 12:00 P.M. previous
Saturday
(k) Registered mails close at 8:00 P.M. previous
day.
(e) Registered malls close at 6:00 P.M. prevloua
day.
JOHN A. MERRITT. Postmaster.
OCEAN TRAVEL.
MLIM-MEM UIE
New York-Rotterdam, via Uoulogne-sur-Mer.
Twin-Screw S.S., 10,500 tons, n
Saturday. Sept. 14. 10 A.M. otaiLeOOaHTl
Twin-Screw S.S., 12.500 tons,
Saturday, Sept. 21, 10 A.M. " tSG21STT1
MAASDAM Saturday, Sent 28 10 A M
HOLLAND-AMERICA LLNE? 39Bwav NY
E F. DROOP & SONS. 925 Pa. ave.; G. W.* MOSS.
1411 G St., Agents.
se3-tu.th&8-3m
TO EUROPE
\\lth Safety and Speed. Average voyage lesa than
7 days. BOSTON TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVER
POOL. Take one of the Palatial New Twin-Screw
Steamers of the
DO/IIINDON LINE.
COMMONWEALTH, 13.-I NEW ENGLAND. 11,600
000 ton8,Sept.25&Oct.23l tons. Sept 11 & Oct 9
Saloon passage, $50 & up; 2d cabin, $40; 3d class
at lowest rates. For passage, plans and Illustrated
folder apply to the company's office, 77 State st
Boston, Mass., or GEO. W. MOSS, 1411 G st n w'
ap2-tu,th&B-78t-14
Americao Line
NEW YORK-SOUTH AM PTON-LONDON
Phtlad'a. .Sept. 11, 10 am St Louis..Sept. 25 10 am
St Paul..Sept. 18. 10 am Phlladel'a.Oct. 2 10 am
Haverf'd.Sept. 21, noon St Paul...Oct. 9^ 10 am
Red Star Liine
NEW YO R K - ANT W ERP-Pa RIS
?Vaderland.Sept. 11. noon I 'Zeeland. .Sept. 25, noon
Kensington.Sept. 18, noon : Friesland. .Oct. 2. noon
(?New Twin-screw Steamers calling at CherUiurg.!
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY.
Piers 14&15, N. R. Office, 73 Hroadway. New York.
WASHINGTON OFFICE. 1306 F ST. N.W..
ap24 Or G. W. Moaa. 1411 G st. n.w.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
FAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
CHERBOURG-SOUTIIAM I*TON?BREMEN
?Lahn 8ept. 17 Kaiserln M. Th..Oet. 8
Kaiser Wm. Gr.Sept. 241 Kaiser Wm. Gr. .Oct. 22
Kronprlnx Wm.Oct.l.noonlKronprinz Wm.. .(K t 28
Sailing at 10 A.M.
*To Southampton-Bremen only.
TWIN SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE
SOUTHAMPTON LONDON (PARIS)?BREMEN.
Rarburosaa Sept. 12> Gr. Kurfuerst Oct. 3
Koen. Lulse Sept. 1# Barliarossa.Oct. 17. n??n
Fr. der Grosae. .Sept- 'M K. I^ilae.. .Oct. 24, noon
Sailing 10 A.M.
MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE.
GIBRALTAR-NAPLES?GENOA.
Werra Sept. 14, 10 am |Hob'tol]'n. .Oct. 12.4 pm
Aller Sept. 21. 11 am,(^ihn Oct. It. 11 am
Trave Oct. B, 11 amlAUer Nov. 2, 11am
OELRICHS & CO.. NO. 5 BROADWAY. N. *.
Apply to E. F. DROOP. 925 Pa. ave..
fe8-312t Agent for Washington.
"POTOMAC RIVER BOATS.
E. S. RANDALL POTOMAC RIVER LINE CO.
DAILY STEAMERS FOR RIVER LANDINGS.
STEAMER HARRY RANDALL?Sunday, Tues
lay and Thursday at % a.m. to Colonial Beach and
Wlrt'a wharf and Intermediate landings.
STEAMER T. V. ARROWSMITU?Mondav and
Wednesday at 4 p.m. for Colonial Beach, Col ton'a
ind intermediate landings, and landings in Wlcom.
Ico river and St. Clement's bay, Md.. and Nomlnl
ind Lower Macbodoc creeks. Vs. Saturdays at T
i.m. for Colonial Beach and Intermediate landing*,
ind Buabwood, Rock Point, Oolton's, Currlomaa
md landings In Nomlnl creek.
UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTE,
WASHINGTON, D. O., TO GLYMONT, MD.,
and Intermediate landings.
The STEAMER 8AM'L J. PENTZ?Dally, except
londay, 9:30 a.m. - Retaining about 8 p.m.
Passenger accommodations flrst-class. Frelgkt
?eceived until the hour of sailing.
E. S. RANDALL, Manager, 'phone 1765. GBO.
). CARPINTER, General Agent, Waahlngton,
phone, 176S. WM. M. REARDON, Agent. Alexaft
lrla. 'phone 60. sct?-25,y
UNDERTAKERS.
W. R. S pea re,
Undertaker & Embalmer,
M0 F STREET NORTHWEST.

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