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AMUSEMFNTS TONIGHT. Chase's? ^"'^e Hall in "Erminle." Chevy Chase LakC--4J?acert by the Ma rine Bund. National?Miss Lieberman's pupils' re cital. EXCURSIONS TOMORROW. Steamer M acalester?For Marshall Hall at 10 a nr. 2:30 and ti;3o p.m.; Indian Head at 6:30 p.m. Steamer Pentz for River View at 10 a.m.. 2:15 and 6:45 p.m. Steamer Washington for Fortress Monroe "anil Norfolk at p.m. Steamer Estelle Randall for Glymont and Intermediate landings at 9:30 a.m. Trains leave Pennsylvania avenue and stru t for Alexandria and Arlington every half hour; Mount Vernon, hourly, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Steam* r Mara lest er for Mount Vernon at 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Steamer Harry Randall for Colonial Beach. Nomini and river landings at 7 a.m. Cars leave Aqueduct bridge for Arling ton, Fort Myer and Falls Church. Seeing Washington observation cars leave Ul*.? G street at lo a.m., 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Washington and Alexandria !? rry steam ers leave Tth street wharf. See schedule under "Excursions" as to time. I rains leave District line station for Ches aptak* Heach-on-the-Bay at 10:30 aiij 11US0 a.m., - 30, 5:13 and 7 p.m. PERFECT CARPET CLEANING. Our modern process of Carpet Cleaning is as near perfect as science, skill and great care can make it. Our plant is equipped with specially devised machinery, which cleans the carpets thoroughly, without d<> ing any injury to the fabrics. We guaran tee absolute satisfaction. Stumph & l.yford, proprietors of the Stumph Bedding Co., tXil tj Uii? Mass. ave. THE Qt ESTION OF DIET requires more attention in summer than at any other season. The use of Schneider's "Malt' Bread insures health. It's pure, wholesome and easily digested. At grocers,5c The dead body of an infant was found last night about 9 o'clock on Rhode Island avenue northwest near Connecticut avenue. The body was removed to the morgue. Coroner Nevitt gave the- necessary death certificate, and the remains were buried in potter's field. BEST WARM WEATHER BEVERAGE ?for home use is "Old Glory." It has the advantage of being chemically pure. Deli cious. refreshing and healthful. For case phone Abner-Drury Bre wing Co. TO MAKE BEST "ICED TEA" ?use "Thea-Nectar." fine. Ib. It gives a more delicious flavor than many teas cost ing more. Prese nts with every pound. Great Allan: ic & Pacific Tea Co.'s 11 City Stores. Try Reisinger's Ice Cream, $1.00 gal., 50c gal.; Meringues, Jl.tM doz. 235 G. East b02? An automobile in which John Gray and Thomas Robinson, colored, were seated ran into a tree box near l.Sih and D streets northwest yesterday Robinson was threiwn from the vehicle and slightly injured. He was taken to the Emergency Hospital for treatment. 2-Burner Double-Flame Gas Stoves, $1.00. A. EBERL.Y S SONS, 718 7th n.w. PERFECTION IN COFFEES. Kenny s Java and Mocha. The best that mone\ can t,uv r, Kenny Co. 50 Stores. J eas. Coffees, Sugars. John R. Kelly. Xew York Roast Beef, opring Lamb and Sweetbreads. West End Mkt., Center Mkt. and Western Mkt. AUCTION SALES. i ?? Today. Thos .J. Owen &- Son., aucts., 913 F st 5-w.?Trustees' sale of two-story brick resfl dence. No. ltvw loth st. n.w., on Fridav June t>, at 4:30 p.m. Tomorrow. Thos. J. Owen & Son. aucts. 913 F st ?Trustees' sale of valuable 'three-story brick dwelling. No. 27 Iowa Circle n.w., on Saturday, June 7. at 4:30 p.m. Jns. \\ Ratcliffe, auct.?Sale of ten stock horses and harness on Saturday, June 7, at 12, in front of my sale rooms. 920 Pa ave. Jas W Ratcliffe, auct., 920 pa. ave? Bale Of office furniture. Iron safes, etc.. on Saturday, June 7. at 10 a_m., within my sale rooms. Walter B. Williams & Co., aucts.?Regu lar Saturday sale consisting of household effects, etc., within my salesrooms, at 10 a.m. Walter R Williams & Co., aucts.?Sale of cigars within my salesroom on Saturday June i. at 11 a.m. Ja-*. W. Ratcliffe, auct., 920 Pa. ave.? To whom it may concern. I will sell, on Saturday. June 7, at 10 a.m., within my salesrooms, lot of storage* goods, etc. C. 0. Sloan & Co., aucts., 1407 o st.? Sale of household effects, etc., within my salesroom Saturday. June 7. at 10 a.m., at 12. \ . hides, harness, bfllard tables, etc. James W. Ratcliffe. auct.. 93? Pa. ave.? I w ... within my salesrooms, on Saturday June 1. at 1" a.m.. sell lot of storage goods for t o- Merchants' Transfer & Storage Co. CITY AND DISTRICT. Adverse Report. Paul E. SI. man has written to the Dis trict Commissioners requesting a refund of the sum of $45.50 covering the portion of the lot taken in condemnation proceedings for the extension of 10th street, from the Urtll assessment against lot 104 in Den nis and Leighton's subdivision. Mr. Sleman states that he desires to pay the assess ment and requests that the deduction be nia.le before he pays the bill. J. w. Daniel special assessment clerk, has reported un nnV?.h V t,hP *ran"?S the request ? ground that the court made the award of damages with due regard to the ben. tit assessed, and that there should not now be any refund. Printing?Milaiis, 615 E St. N.W. S.nd for Estimate. Established 2?! Years' Aiiv? rtis* m? nt. Describes Brother as Freak. Major Sylvester has received a letter from < orolla, Carrltuck county, N. C., ask ing him to assist in getting a showman to take the writers brother for exhibition as * freak. The writer signed his name as St. Oilr I.ewark. He gave the information that his brother is seventeen years old. is six feet two and a half inches tall and Weighs pounds. The boy weighed -|ghiten pounds at birth and 2*. pounds When he was nine years old The voung r.^in ""B anU h,alth> ^s M de' et oug'h'should'u t hlm ^ money "K" -""""id be- offered, stated Lewark Clear-Face New Partition. $2.50 Per Advertised T * ? 8' * S & <^0. Small Fire. The tire department was summoned to ? ? i< init> of Ud and F streets northwest KrvssKs ivsrsuw J** did not pain much headway J.;^awhne '?o bwi!?,eover?thel'd *? a'K>"t Mrs Irving's household effects. maKe to No. 1 N. C. Flooring, ?2.60. and All perfect 7-*2ur-ln. face. Uth and N. Y ave ?Advertise m< nt. *" Sudden Illness. J W. Thomas, fifty-five years old. liv ing near ?th and E streets northwest, be came ill on F street northwest, between 5th and feth streets, yesterday afternoon. He 1ured*? Thft ^,eWaIk an<1 Wa* s!'Kh?ly in jured. rhe police removed him to the Cas ualty Hospital, where ho was given treat AGAINST ALLOTMENT PROTECTS AGAINST SPECIAL FUND FOB THE U. V. TJ. G. A. K. Committee Believes Funds Will Be Ample for All, but Division Impracticable. The citizens' committee on the 1902 en campment of the Grand Army of the Re public is in receipt of many protests, sev eral of them in writing and many deliver ed orally, against the allotment of any sum for the entertainment of the Union Veterans' Union during the encampment. Gen. R. G. Dyrenforth recently wrote Chairman B. H. Warner of the citizens' committee announcing that the union de seed to meet here in October instead of in Omaha and that it would be glad to unite in the G. A. R. reunion if allowed the sum of $1,500 for necessary halls and similar accommodations. Announcement of this request evoked much comment among local veterans of the Grand Army. No such allowance Is made for the larger convention, it is said, and such a precedent w 11 entail numerous other allowances far out of reach of the finance committee. There is affiliated with the U. V. U. for example, an auxiliary or ganization for women, for which a part of the $1.5(11) is desired. If that request is granted it is asked why should not .-similar allowances be made for the ladies of the 1'Oyal Legion and the Woman's Relief Corps. But these two bodies are raising their own funds. At headquarters these protests have ex cited much discussion, and the officials of the committee incline to the opinion that the provision made for entertaining the veterans of .the G. A. R. will be ample for those of the U V. U. as well, and that no special allowance of $1,500 should be made. Speakers Chosen. Senator Spooner and Representative Geo. A. Pearre of Maryland have been chosen as speakers for the Flag day concert to be given under the auspices of the citizens' committee. By this arrangement the speakers represent the following organiza tions: Mr. Spooner, the United States Sen ate: Mr. Pearre. the House of Representa tive; Mr. B. F. Bingham, the (.rand Army of the Republic; Mrs. Lida A. Oldroyd. the Woman's Relief Corps. Such a program of addresses is believed to embody all the most desirable elements of a Flag day cele bration and provide talks of the utmost Interest to a general audience. The committee on fireworks held Its in itial meeting last night at G. A. R. en campment headquarters. As anticipated in yesterday's Star, Chairman Mitchell Dy renforth outlined his fireworks program, and the committee spent the evening dis cussing it. The only action taken was the appointment of a subexecutive committee of nine to confer with representatives of the Paine Fireworks Company and draft a tentative contract Those to serve on that subcommittee are: W. C. Long, chair man; F. A. Sebring.secretary; E. H. Droop, J. L. Heiskell, O. B. George, T. A. Wick ershaw, Charles Early, Maj. F. A. Butts, A. C. Steinbrener and W. J. Ethell. Display to Last Three Days. Mr. Dyrenforth has designed a display to extend over the three days of the en campment. If possible it will be given in the monument grounds. Some doubt ex isted last night whether the citizens' com mittee had been granted the use of that park, and Secretary Bulkley was appointed to confer on the subject with Col. T. A. Bingham, superintendent of public build ings and grounds. Stats will be provided by the committee ^nd charged for at a rate of 25 a*id 50 cents each. Admission will be free, however, and about sixty boxes will be provided free for officials. It is es timated from earlier displays of this kind that 20.000 paid seats can be gold, which would net the citizens' committee not less than JT.OOO or $8,000. Chairman Warner is anxious it should be fully understood by members of the sub committees that no contracts of any kind, made in the name of the citizens' commit tee on the encampment, will be valid unless referred to the citizens' executive commit tee and indorsed thereby. Army of the Tennessee. The Association of the Army of the Ttn nessee also met at headquarters last night. The attendance was very large. Ji. sub committee was organized which consisted of one member, from each corps in that army?the 13th, 15th, loth and 17th army corps?to prepare a brief history of the army's operations, which shall be printed | and distributed during the encampment. | Messrs. A. B. Chatfield. F. C. Peck, F. J. I Voung and I. B. Thatcher were named a j committee on corps badges. Another com j mittee was appointed to rent a hall for the : next meeting of the organization, which is j to be held in Washington July 3. Mr. Salvador Dougherty has been ap i pointed to the finance committee. Inauguration of Atlantic City Special j Via Pennsylvania railroad. Beginning S June 13, leave Washington, week days I 1:20 p.m., arrive Atlantic City 5:40 p.m.; leave Atlantic City 2:25 p.m.. arrive Wash i ington 7:00 p.m. Through vestibuled train of buffet parlor cars and day coaches.? Advertisement. Accused of Disorderly Conduct. Four color-d women had possession of the sidewalk on Gth street southwest be tween M and N streets about 12 o'clock 1 last night, and kept residents of the street awake for nearly thirty minutes. The af , fair concluded by Cora Matthews receiving ; three knife cuts in her side. She was not I seriously injured. The police have the names of the women, and they will prob ably be given an opportunity to explain 1 last night's trouble in court. j 1 Fireproof Storage Rooms, $2 Month Up Pianos, $1 up. Trunks, 25c. month. Union Trust and Storage Co., Main Office, 1414 F. ?Advertisement. Injured by Accident. Thomas E. Gtbbs, twenty-three years old, living at 55 P street northwest, was thrown from his bicycle at ?th and M streets northwest about 8 o'clock this | morning and was painfully injured about the body. The accident was the result of his wheel colliding with a wagon belonging to the District government. Gibbs was re 1 moved to the Emergency Hospital, where his injuries were dressed. $1.25 to Baltimore and Return via B. and O. R. R.. every Saturday and Sun day: tickets valid for return until follow ing Monday, inclusive. Good on all trains except Royal Limited.?Advt. Funeral of Capt. Marshall. Funeral services over the remains of Capt. Philip S. Marshall were held this morning at the residence of the son of the deceased. Mr. Thos. R. Marshall, 2213 Washington circle. Rev. Page Milburn, pastor of the I'nion M. E. Church, offi ciated, and the interment was at Rock Creek cemetery. The pallbearers were Maj. George Bartlett. Messrs. E. D. Apple ton, William Knox. Robert Forsythe, Henry Merrill and Edward Watkins. 9 . ?1 Popular Excursion Via B. & O. R.R. 8 a.m., Sunday, June 8. to Frederick, Hagerstown. Harper's Ferry, Martinsburg and Winch, ster, stopping at Metropolitan Branch points en route. Returning leave Winchester and Hagerstown at 6, Martins burg 6:15 and Harper's Ferry and Frederick at 7 p.m.?Advt. Waifs Returned Home. The two little colored girls. Annie and Edna Simins. from near Rockville. who were cared for at the house of detention after they were found in Georgetown, as published In yesterday's Star, were taken home today. Their father did not learn of the whereabouts of the children until yes terday afternoon, when he was notified by the police that they had been found on the streets In this city. PERMIT MAT BE GRANTED. City Solicitor's Views of Request Made by Railway Company. The city solicitor, Mr. A. D. Duvall, has notified the District Commissioners that in his opinion they have authority to srniit the request of the Washington Railway and Electric Company for permission for the Columbia railway to lay tracks and erect the necessary overhead structures north of their right of way on Bennlng road from Maryland avenue to 17th street northeast. Permission was asked under the act of Congress approved June 13, 1808, by which the Columbia Railway Company was authorized to extend its linea and to locate, construct and maintain all neces sary depots, stations, sidings, switches, turnouts, etc., to be approved by the Com missioners. Mr. Duvall says the purpose of the pro posed construction is to give terminal fa cilities to the Chesapeake Beach Railway Company, the intention being to jointly op erate the tracks, and later to erect a sta tion on the site for the Joint accommoda tion of the roads, and the question wU\ arise whether this can be done, inasmuch as there is no express legislation admit ting the Chesapeake Beach railway into the District of Columbia or authorizing the said companies to jointly operate these tracks. Attention is called to section seven of the act of Congress mentioned, which defines the powers of the Columbia Railway Com pany in respect to contracting with other companies owning or operating street rail way facilities, the principal condition of such contract being that they shall not operate cars by steam power. After this consideration of the law bearing upon the case Mr. Duvall says. "I do not, at present, see any objection to the proposed joint use of the tracks of the Columbia Railway Company by It and the Chesapeake Beach Railway Company, for if, in the terms of the act of Congress, the latter company owns and operates any railway connecting or intersecting the ex tension of the Columbia railway, the phy sical facts exist which Congress seems to have contemplated respecting the joint use of the extended lines of the Columbia rail way." $1.25 To Baltimore and Return $1.25 Via Pennsylvania railroad. Tickets on sale Saturday and Sunday. June 7 and 8, good to return until Monday, June 0.?Advt. Exonerates Policeman. Charles H. Boyd of 1807 Wiltberger alley has complained to the District Commission ers against a policeman whom he charges with having broken into his house while he was sleeping the morning of May 2(1. Major Sylvester, superintendent of police, has reported that the officer was charged with the duty of serving a warrant upon one Spencer, and was informed that the man he wanted was in the Boyd house. Major Sylvester states that the officer did no damage and was only endeavoring to perform his duty. The superintendent says that if the complainant so desires he will order the matter before the trial board. Reduced Rates to West Point via Pennsylvania railroad. For the centen nial anniversary tickets will be on sale June 7. 8, 1), 10; good to return until June 1 2. inclusive. Rate, $9.98 for the round trip. ?Advertisement. Permits Refused. * John Hunter of 309 A street southeast has been informed by the District Com missioners that no additional permits will be Issued to establish boot blacking stands on the public space. This is In reply to Mr. Hunter's request to place such a stand at the northeast corner of 7th and M streets southwest. A similar reply has been sent to Simon Lyon of 1410 F street northwest for permission to occupy certain space at the northwest corner of 7th and 1 streets northwest by a stand to sell notions. An Auction Worth Attending. Attractive furniture for all parts of the household, ornaments, Turkish rugs, pic tures, china, etc., from an elegant local home will be Fold at Sloiwi's, 1407 G street, tomorrow at 10 a.m.? Advt. Amount Erroneously Paid. G. H. Davidge of the Walilngton Savings Bank recently applied to the Commission ers for a refund of the amount paid on per sonal tax of the bank which was Intended to be paid on real estate. The auditor has investigated the case and is satisfied that the J2S3.79 paid by Treasurer Davidge of the bank in question was erroneously made and is returnable under the act of January la, 1S72. Ride Out to "Chevy Chase Inn." Delightfully cool on porches evenings. Mu sic. Table d'hote dinner, $1. 0 to 8:30.?Advt. Mr. Tayler's View of Ohio Politics. Representative R. \V. Tayler of Ohio made an address at a meeting last evening of the Ohio Republican Association. "The death of Mr. McKinley," he said, "that is, his political death, has made a great dif ference to the republican followers in Ohio. Meaning no detrimental allusion to those now in charge of the administration of the government, I can confidently state that tne republican atmosphere in that state is not the same as it was before the untimely tak ing off of our beloved McKinley." An Invitation was received to the unveil ing of a mural tablet in memory of Will iam McKinley at the Metropolitan M. E. Church next Sunday. New members were chosen as follows: Dr. Daniel Grant Davis, H. B. Gram. Charles Gooch, 2. H. Copp and Charles H. Nlsson. To Obtain the Finest Butter Insist on having delicious "Four-Leaf Clo ver" Creamery. Sold by Jas. F. Oyster, itth and Pa. ave. Only 30c. lb. 'Phone 271.? Advertisement. Insane Soldiers Brought Here. Twenty-four veterans of the civil war ar rived this morning at St. Elizabeth's Asy lum from the Soldiers' Home at Dayton, Ohio. The old soldiers were accompanied by several officials of the Dayton home. The new arrivals at the asylum were given ac commodation in the veterans' department, which is among the pleasantest places at the hospital. ? Three desirable office rooms on the fourth floor of The Evening Star building may be rented separately or together. Corcoran Art School Work. The Corcoran Art School's fine exhibition of life drawings, portraits and still life studies in oH, water color, modeling and pen and Ink. will be continued until next Sunday afternoon. The display is at the Corcoran Gallery of Art. It will be well worth seeing, and is regarded as highly creditable to Director Andrews and the in structors of the special classes, Miss Og den. Mr. Moser and Miss DeLand. Petition in Bankruptcy. T. Edward Clark, Frank T. Rawllngs and Dickey Brothers yesterday afternoon pe titioned the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia to adjudge Wm. F. Kelly bankrupt. The petitioners say they have provable claims against Kelly that he is insolvent and that within the past four months he committed an act of bankruptcy. Eczema How it leddens the skin, Itches, oozes, dries and scales! .some people call It tetter, milk crust or salt rheum. The suffering from It Is sometimes Intense; local -ppllcatlons are resorted to?they mitigate, but cannot cure. It proceeds from humors inherited or acquired and persists until they have be<>n removed. Hood's SarsapariMa positively removes them, has radically and perma nently cured the worst cast's, aud 1s without an equal for all cutaneous eruptions. HOOD'S PILLS are the best cathartic. Price 25 eta. I OLD LIBERTY BELL ABBANGEMEVTS COMPLETE FOB ITS BECBPTfDN MONDAY. Proclaimer of American Independence on Its Way -'to Philadelphia?Be ceptioa to Custodians. The arrangements- <or the reception of the old Liberty B?1I, which arrives in Wash ington Monday morning at 8 o'clock, have been completed. The bell will remain here twenty-four hours and the car on which it rests will be sldetraakcd on Oth street, ad joining the Pennsylvania station. It has been arranged that all the schools of the city shall be closed at 12 o'clock Monday In order that the children may have the opportunity to view the historic old relic of American freedom. As the school children will only have an opportunity to see the bell during the afternoon, it has been sug gested by the committee in charge of the arrangements that as many adults as are able to do so will visit the bell during the mbrnlng. In order that the children will not be crowded out. The Liberty. Bell Is on its way back to Philadelphia from the Charleston exposi tion, where it has be>n on exhibition all winter. When the Commissioners were no tified of the coming of the bell yesterday they appointed a committee to arrange for the reception of the bell and the enter- i talnment of the Joint special committee of the city councils of Philadelphia having the | bell in charge. This committee Is composed of Thomas W. Smith, president of the Washington Board of Trade; Mitchell Dy renforth, president gt Jhe Business Men's Association; tfobie D. Larner, president of the District Society of Sons of the Ameri can Revolution; Archibald Hopkins, presi dent of the District Society Sons of the Revolution; Rudolph Kauffmann of The Star; Scott C. -Bone of the Post, and W. W. Richardson of the Times'. No Special Program. A meeting of the Committee was held yes terday afternoon and Mr* Hopkins was elected chairman. As there was no enter tainment fund available, either in the Dis trict treasury or In the organizations rep resented on the committee, it was decided not to undertake any special entertainment of the committee in charge of the bell. Whatever entertaining Is accorded the Quaker city councilmen will be purely pri vate in character. ' Subsequent to the meeting Chairman Hop kins conferred with Commissioner Macfar land as to further details of the arrange ments. Mr. Hopkins said the committee had decided that the District Commissioners should formally greet the bell at 10 o'clock at the Oth street station. Mr. Macfarland was asked to make a brief address, and it is expected the chairman of the Philadel phia committee will make the response. Mr. Hopkins is making arrangements to day with the Secretaries of War and the Navy to have bands present during the ceremonies at 10 o'clock and again during the afternoon when the children are to be given the right of way in viewing the bell. The Marine Hand and the Kngineer Band will probably be the ones selected if it be found possible to assign music for the oc casion. Minute Mien as Guards. It was also announced today that mem bers of the organisation of Minute Men of the District will guard the bell during its stay in Washington; The Minute Men will be under the command of Col. M. A. Win ter, and will wear their Interesting uni forms of colonial design. Liberty Bell travels on a flat car. Steps will be constructed leading up to the plat form of the car in ordwr that visitors may approach closely and read the inscription on the bronze. It has been suggested that It would be a pretty feature of the afternoon if each child visiting the bell would take a flower or a bouquet of flowers to be placed about the bell on the car. CITY ITEMS. "White Floors, Shining Knives, Pretty sinks, spotless bath tubs and many other things are made possible by the use of a very little labor and Army and Navy Scouring Compound. Get a package and have everything looking new. 20-ounee box, 5c. All grocers. Zinfandel Claret, $2.25 Doz. j Jas. D. Donnelly, 14th & I sts. It When Leaving Town for the Summer Take "Old Braddock" Maryland Rye ?with you. America affords no finer whis key for medicinal uses. At grocers', cafes, clubs. Jas. Clark Distilling Co., D. P. Mc Carthy, Mgr., 010 Pa. ave. 'Phone 1090. It Richard Lucas, colored, fell from his bicycle at Florida avenue and 8th street northwest about 8:30 o'clock last night. He was only slightly hurt. Selling Out Waists and Suits ?to make room for millinery. $1.50 White Lawn Waists, swell styles, 98c.; Shirt Waists, slightly soiled, odds and ends, 25c. Regular $10 Suits, $4.75. 720 9Lh st. n.w. It Pique Skirts, $2.98. Stylish Pique Skirts, with new circular flounce, closing out at $2.98, at 720 Oth St. It Buy the Dove Brand When a ham is wanted. You can get them In all Markets and noted stores. It* William Anderson, fifty-flve years old. was knocked down yesterday afternoon by a street car at 11th street and Pennsylvania avenue. He was not badly Injured. Potatoes, 20c. Pk., 75c. Bus.; California Hams, IOVjC. lb.; pint jars of pickles, 7%c. at J. T. D. Pyles' stores. Je4-4t Special Prices at J. T. D. Pyles' Six stores. Including 948 La. ave. 8 cans Pet Cream, 10c.; 3 cans Potted Ham or Tongue, 10c.; 2 bottles Perfection Baking Powder, 10c.; 2 pkgs. Macaroni. 10c.; 1 can Table Peaches, 10c.; 2 large Mackerel, 10c.; 6 sacks Salt, 10c. my31-7t A complexion of satin texture, clearnessand beauty follows use of Satin-Skin Cream and Satin-Skin Powder. 25c. at Palais Royal. A. QOOD Shoes are the foundation of correct dress. Hess Shoes are the best good shoes for men. The new: shapes in high and low styles in all good leathers are simply perfect. Priced from $3.50 to $6. N. Hess' Sous, 9>31 Pa. Ave. Je5-23d 'O) for that Q\ thirsty feeling. Made from the Juice of ripe, luaclou* California oranges'. Can be diluted with two-thirds water and nerved with cracked lee. Most refreshing? cooling and delirious of nil summer bever age*?oil ly. ? Chris. m I vu 11 ?? ir ^ ?I-^ <9 Quality House, 908 7th at. Tbone E. 865. Je4-24d BENEFIT CONCERT. Pleasing EntertoWiment at Union M. . E. Cnurck Wednesday Evening. The concert for the benefit of the choir of Union M. E. Church, held Wednesday evening, wus largely attended, and the audience expressed its hearty approval of every number on the program by enthu siastic applause, many participants being repeatedly encored. The program opened with a piano solo, "Fruhlingsrauschen," by Mrs. Frank Byram, followed by a tenor solo, "The Flight of Ages," by Mr. John L. Apple. Mrs. Thos. C. Noyes contributed two songs, and Mr. Robert Stearns, violin ist, played a double number. The Ladies' String Quartet, composed, of Misses Flor ence Stevens. Jessie Bloomer, Marie Bas tlanelli and Florence Wieser, gave two se lections. Other numbers on the program were: An arioso, "La Morte Jeanne d'Arc," Hem berg, Miss Cobaugh; humorous readings, Mr. A. Roy Israel; aria, "Linda di Cha mounlx," Donizetti, Mrs. Elsie Bond Bisch oH; tenor solo, "The Day is Done," Balfe, by Mr. E. O. Sellers, and "Legends," Moh ring, and "Doan You Cry, Ma Honey," Noll, by the McFall Ladies' Quartet, com posed of Mrs. Bessie L. Gibson. Miss Lil lian Chenowlth, Miss Edith Pickering and Mrs. Margaret Wiley. The accompanists were Prof. J. W. Blschoff. Miss Elsie Roach. Mrs. Frank Byram and Mr. Miles. The affair was considered a Hnanclal and artistic success and a considerable sum was realized for the purpose for wheih the con cert was held. The Commissioners have accepted the offer of Westinghouse, Church. Kerr & Co. to furnish an electric generator for the Trumbull street pumping station of the water department at a cost of ?V-22? Something for Mothers to Every child born into the world with an inherited or early developed tendency to distressing, disfig uring humours of the skin, scalp and blood, becomes an object of the most tender solicitude, not only because of Its suffering, but because of the dread ful fear that the disfiguration is to be lifelong and mar its future happiness and prosi?erity. Hence It becomes the duty of mothers of such afflicted chil dren to acquaint themselves with the best, the purest and most effective treatment available. That warm baths with Cuticura Soap to cleanse the skin and scalp of crusts and scales, and gentle applications of Cuticura Ointment to Instantly allay Itching, Irritation and Inflammation, and soothe and heal, are all that can be desired for the alleviation of the suffering of skin-tortured infants and children, and the comfort of worn-<iut, worried mothers, has been demonstrated in count less homes in every land. Their absolute safety, purity and sweetness, instantaneous and grateful relief, speedy cure, and great economy leave noth ing more to be desired by anxious parents. Millions of women use Cuticura Soap, for pre serving, purifying and beautifying the skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales and dandruff, and the stopping of falling hair, for softening, whitening and soothing red, rough and sore hands, for baby rashes, Itchings and chafings, and in the form of washes for annoying irritations and In flammations. AMUSEMENTS. PROF. DAVIDSON'S SI MMER DANCING ACAD EMY, at Concot*dia Hall, 5(?t> (>th st. n.w., Tues. and Fri. evgs.; beginners' class. 7; dancing re ceptions, 8:Ho; cool hall; electric fans; private lessons a specialty. Write or call for circular. Jetf 3t*5 LAWN FETE FOR BENEFIT OF THE BELL HOME FOR CHILDREN. To be hold at the Winter Home, Franklin st., Anacostia. SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 19<>2, 3 TO 10 P.M. Admission 10 cents Take Met. cars and change at 9th and F 6ts. for Anacostia. Cars will take you one square of Bell Home. It COMIC OP1 SE.* Matinees Monday, Wednesday aud Saturday. Mat., 25c. Evening. 25 and 50c. All reserved. THIS WEEK J* S,|CHASE'S!& PauHine Hall in "Ermiioie' Delia Stacey, Fred. Frear, Wm. Rroderick, Alice Hosmer, Stanley Feleh, J. W. Smith, etc.?60 in company?40 in chorus?great bill. Ice cream and ices served free. Next Week?"WANG.'* Seats Selling Now. Je2-5t.l5 New National Theater June 6, 8:15 o'clock. Miss Lieberman's Pupils' Recital. 9 Pianos Combined, With Full U. S. Marine Band Orchestra and Prominent Soloist. Reserved seats, 23 and 50 cents, at Droop's Music Store and box office night of concert. my31,je5,6-10 COLUMBIA THEATER June 9ih,at 8:15. CLARA MORRIS, STAGE TALK, Tor the benefit of The Art Students' League, Reserved Seats?$1.00. 73c.. 50c. my31-8t Now on sale at the box office. CHEVY CHASE LAKE. Large section of U. S. MARINE BAND every evening, including Sunday, from 7:30 to 11 p.m. Dan. ing from b:45 to 11. ADMISSION FREE. my30-tf-5 EXCURSIONS, ETC. GRAND FAMILY EXCURSION BY THE Wimidtlhorst Club OP ST. MARY'S CIIURCH, TO Colonial Beach, SUNDAY, JUNE 8, 1902. Steamer T. V. Arrowsmith leaves 7th st. wharf 9 o'clock sharp. On boat. Grand Concert by Fersinger's Band. Tickets, 50c.; children under 12 years, 25c. Je5-3t,14 'Ericsson Line Excursions' Attractive water route from Baltimore. "Through the canal to Philadelphia." Stopping at great fish ing grounds at Betterton, also Chester, Pa. Fare from Washington by B. and O. to Baltimore, the'iee Ericsson line to Philadelphia, single, $3; round I rip, $4.50. Returning all rail from Philadelphia (B. aud O.), $0. Steamers sail daily execept Sunday, at 5 p.m. Tickets to Philadelphia on sale in Washing ton at B. and O. Tirkct Offices. Also J. Spiiedt, 507 Pa. ave., for Atlantic City. Cape May. Asbury Park, Ocean Grove, Long Branch, New York. Albanv. Troy and points north. Write for guide to CLARENCE SHR1VER, G. P. A., 204 Light st., Baltimore. Md. je5- 18.tr GO WITH US AND ENJOY AN OUTING. Branch 1170, C. K. A., TO RIVER VIEW, Sunday, June 8, Concert Music, Prire Bowling and all the other amusements. Take steamer Sam'l J. Pentz from River View wharf, foot 7th street, at 11 a.m., 2:45 and 5:45 p.m. TICKETS 26c. Je5-3t -20 STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTER, COMMENCING SATURDAY, MAY 31. AND EVERY THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. 6:30 O'CLOCK P.M. Appointments ilrst-clasa. Music and Dancing. Fare (Round Trip) 25 tenia MARSHALL HALL. Daily?10 am.. 2:30 und 0:30 p.m. Sundays?11 a.m.. 2:30 nnd 6:30 p.m. Far# (Round Trip) 25 cents FOR MOUNT VERNON. HOME AND TOMB OF WASHINGTON. Daily?10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. (Suudays excepted.) Fare (Round Trip) 50 cents Admission to Grounds 25 cents my30-t(21 FERRY LINE NOT FOR SALE. Agent for the Company Denies Rumor Circulated Here. The rumor which has been circulated In this city for several days to the effort that a syndicate backed by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company was negotiating for the control of the ferry line between this city and Alexandria is denl.-d by Mr. Bert G. Faulhaber of New York, the manager of the line for the New York owners. In a dis patch received here today Mr. Faulhaber says no one has an option on the line and that it is not for sale. Mr. Faulhaber is now negotiating for another double end boat and will Improve the service on the ferry line. The Commissioners have appointed Kllen Smith cook at the Washington Asylum. EXCURSIONS, ETC. WILL BE Children's Day AT 0 a ONLY 25 CENTS Open to Old and Young. Take Advantage of the Cheap Rate and Enjoy an Outing. See Train Schedules under Railway Time Table*. It AT MARSHALL HALL. SPECIAL CONCERT PROGRAM. Ste?mer Charles Macalester leaves at 11 a.in 2:30 and 6:30 p.m. FAltK, ROUND TRIP Sr. Jeft-2t.l4 THE WKKMS STEAMBOAT <o. Between Baltimore and Washington. Leave Baltimore every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from pier 9, Light St., at 5 p.m.. arriving in Washington early Monday, Thursday aud Satur- j day mornings. Leave Washington every Tuesday. Thursday ami Sunday at 4 p.m., arriving in BilHiMW1 Cltty i Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings early. | ?These 6teamers are new and tbtif-classi in ?ivery respeet, with delightful state rooms and table un surpassed. The trip from Baltimore every Satur day at 5 p.m., arriving in Washington early Mod- , day mornings, is especially commeud?d. State i rotmis can l?e engaged in advauce from STEPHEN SON & BRO., Agents, 7th st. wharf. Telephone Main 745. Jeg-tf-ig TO GRSAT FALLS- STEAM PACK ITT I>>USE leaves 32d and Canal Sundays. Mondays. Wednes days and Fridays at 8:30 o'clock: round trip, 50c. Also mule yacht, capacity of Sm, can be char tered at any time. Meals and refreshments served at Great Falls Hotel; city pri? e.?. For .charters pply to JOHN" R. MASON. Je2-6t* 1(MS 32d st. n.w. 'Phone West 197. "FOR MOUNT VERNON ALEXANDRIA AND ARLINGTON. ELECTRIC TRAINS. STATION 13V* A PA. AVK For Mt. Vernon, very hour, week days, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.. For Alexandria and Arlington erery half honr. Round trip to Mt- Vernon, 50c. Round trip to Alexandria, 25c. Round trip to Arlington. 20c. Round trip to Mt. Vernon, lncludiug Arliugtoa and Alexandria, 60c. WASH.. ALEXANDRIA ft MT. VERNON BY. ap3o-12d N ortroSk & Washington Steamboat Company. Every day in the year from foot of 7th st. for Ft. Monroe. Norfolk. Newport News and all points south by the superb, powerful steel ? palace steamers "Newport News." "Norfolk" j . and "Washington." ! Lt. Washington..6:30 pm Lv. Portsmouth. .5:oo pm j ; Lv. Alexandria. .7 :00 pin Lv. Norfolk 6:00 pm Ar. Fort Mouroe.7:00 am Lt. Fort Monroe.7:00 pm ! Ar. Norfolk 8:00 am Ar. Alexandria . .6:30 am Ar. Portsmouth. .8:15 am A.r. Washington . .7 :m? am I (LT Through connections made at Norfolk ?? with steamers of Old Dominion Steamship ?? Co. for New York and Merchants and Miners' 1 ? Steamships for Boston. ? CTF or furiner information apply at general ticket office. Bond building. 14th and N. Y. sve.. or 7th st. wharf, Washington. D 0. Phone 2290. JNO CALLAHAN, General Manager. Alexandria Ferry From 7th 8t. Ferry Wharf. ROUND TRIP, 115c. (New schedule Id effect April 1, 1902.) LEAVE WASllLNGTON-Wwk Days: A.M.? 6:14). 6:40. 7:30, 8:30, fr:00. 10:00. 10 30. 11:30: P.M.?12:30, 1:30, 2:30, 3:16, 4:18, 6:00. 6 :?0 and H 30. LEAVE ALEXANDRIA-WEEK DAYS: A.M.? 6:50. 6:80. 7:30, 8:10, 0:15. ? 45, 10:45, 11:30; P.M.?12:30, 1:30, 2:30, 3:15. 4:li. 4:50, 5.40 aud 6:30. LEAVE WASHINGTON AND ALEXANDRIA SUNDAYS: A.M.?0:30. 10:80. 11:30: P.M.-12:30. 1:3?i. 2:3(i. 3:3u. 4:30. 5:30 mid 6::i0. JOHN B. PADGETT, UENEttAL MANAGER. Cl>30-tX Observation Cars. Dally and Sunday: 10 A.M.. 2 P.M. and 4 P.M. l.Ooo points ft Interest? 2ft miles of eight-seeing ?expert ?*uide on eat h ?ar a pleasure to tourlsta? a revelation to Washingtonians. Rouud lTlp. 60c. Cars leave 1419 G street northwest. mh28 tf-12 Arlington, Myer, Falls Church, FROM AQUEDUCT BRIDGE HALT BOCKLT. Jr26-tf .5 RAILROADS. Chesapeake Beach RaiIway Trains leave District Line Station (reached l>y Columbia electric carat as follow*: THROUGH EXCURSION TRAINS. Week days, lo:^>, 11:30 a.m., 2:30, 6:15 and 7 p.m. Sundays and Holidays, 6:15. 10:30, 11:30 a.m., 1:30, 2:30, 3:30, 5:30. 7 aud 8:30 p.m. RETURNING. LEAVE THE BKAfn: Week days. 12:4(t. 2:30. 8. 8 ?*d 10 p.m. Sundays and Holidays, 12:40, 1:80, 3:00, 5:30, 6:80, 8. 010 and 10:30 p.m. TRAINS For IAXJAL POINTS LEAVE: Week daja, U:15 a.m., 8:15 p.ui. Sunday., 8:15 a.m., 8:30 p.m. A H. LEWIS. G. P. A.. 1420 X. X. ave. n.w. my30-t t SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Schedule corrected to May 25, 19o2. Tiains leave from Pennsylvania Station. 8:01 a in. Dally. Local for Harrisonburg, War reLtuL. Charlotte and way statious. 10:51 a.m. Dally. Washington, Richmond and Florida Limited. First-class coaches and drawiug room sleeper to Jacksonville, Fla. Dining car ser vice. 11:15 a.m. Daly. United Statea Fast Mat!. Flrst-clafis coaches and drawing-room sleeper to New Orleans. Dining car service. 11:37 a.m Daily. Local for Warrenton and Charlottitsville. 4:ol p.m. Week Days. Local for Harrisonburg aud way slatious uu Manassas branch. 4:30 p m. Daily. Local for Warrenton and Char lottes vllle. 8:45 p.m. Daily. New York and Atlanta Ex press. Fiist-class coach and sleeper to Atlanta; Mondayf. Wednesdays and Filriays, Sunset Route. Tourist ileeper Washington to Sau Francisco. Pull man buffet service. 9:50 p.m. Daily. New York and Florida Express. First-class coach and sleeper to Savannah. Jack sonville and Port Tampa; sleeper to iMMMrrilk, Charleston. Augusta and couuection for Aiken Diniut: car service. 10:01 p.m. Daily. Washington and Chattanooga Limited ?via Lynchburg). First-class coach and sleeping car to Roanoke, Knoxville, Chattanooga and Memphis; sleeper to New Orleaus. Dining car s rvlce. 10:45 p.m. Dally. Washington and Sotfthwestern Limited. All Puilmau train, club and olwwrvation cars to Atlanta and Macon; sleepers to Nashville. Atlanta. Mucon, Memphis, New Orleana. Dining car ser* ice. TRAINS ON BLCKMONT BRANCH. Leave Washington week days, 8:10 a.m., 1:00 p.m.. 4:35 p.m.. 4:49 p m. and 6:25 p.m. letter to Leesburg only. Sundays only, 9:10 a.m. and 0:25 p.m. for Rluemont. Through trali.s from the South arrive Washing ton. 6:42 a.m.. 6:52 a.m.. 7:40 a.m.. 9:45 a.m.. 2:00 p.m.. 9.15 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. daily. Local trains from Harrisonburg. 11:37 a.m. week days and 9:40 p.m. dally From Charlottesville. 8.2S a.m. and 9:40 p.m. dally. Tickets, sleeping car reservations snd detailed information can be had at ticket oflWs. 705 15th St.. 511 Pennsylvania avenue and Pennsylvania Station Baggage checked through from hotels snd residences. 'Phone Main 1441. P R. R. Tab Service. C. H. ACKKRT. General Manager. 8. H. HARD WICK. General Pass'r Agent. L. S. BROWN. General Agent. ?TSTKONG TWTI)iOXY.H WASHINGTON. P. C.. Jin# ? 11**. The Caf-fee-no Drug Co., Baltimore, Md. Gentlemen: I have l**en using OAF-PKS-NO for some time and And it an excellent and diate relief for headache* and nervonanos*. Yours truly, JilSGTH K. DAVISOS', Chairman Job Division, Government l*rin(iiif OOce. BOTTLR. 5 CENTS. toy:? 7*t 2* RAILROADS. I ipicfliuuiMiuiiiv/rai STATION CORNER OF SI VI II AND II STKKETS. 7:50 A.M. dally. PITTS BLBO EXIKKHS-larioC and Dluing Cars 11 arris burg to Fittaburg. 10:50 A.M. dailj PKNNSYLV AM A LI Mil KD ? Pullman Steeping, Dining, Smoking and ??t>aer vatiou Cars ilairlsliorg to Chicago, Ciuolunstt, lndiauapolia, St. Luuis, Clereluud and loieuu. buffet l'arlor Car to liarrisburg. 10:5o A.il. daII/. FAST LI ML -Pullman Buffet Patloi Car to ilarri*hurg. liufict Parlor V.4I liarrisburg to Plttaburg. 3:3o P.M. daily. CU1CACO AND ST. LOL13 KX PltESS. ?Sleeping Car >Naahiugton to St. Louis and Sleeping snd Lining Cars Larrisbuig to In dianapolis, St. Louis, Luui?wll? i>ia Cincinnati* and Chicago. T:15 P.M. dally. ST. LOCI8 EXPRESI.-I^Uma Sleeping Car iiarrlaburg to St. Loula. 7:45 P.M daily. Wfc.Sl t.UN LXl'UhfeS .-Full ma ? Sleeping Car to Plttaburg and Chicago. Dining Car to Chicago. 7:40 P.M. dally. CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI EXl'fcthSS.?Pullman Sleeping Cars Waal.lngtoa to 1'llisburg, and llarriaburg to Cleveland auJ Cincinnati. Dining Car. 10:4o P.M. dally. PACIFIC UPKESS.?PiiIIsm Sleeping Car to Pittaburg. 7:60 A.M. dally. BLfcfcALO DAY EXPKESS. wit* through Broiler Buffet Parlor Car and loaches to Buffalo, via Emporium Juuction. 7:50 A.M. for fcane, Canandalgua, Uocheaier and Niagara Falls, daily eacept Sunday. 10:50 A.M. for klmlra aud Ueuovo daily eactpt Sunday. For Willlamaport daily, 8:3o P.M. 7:16 P.M. dally. BIFF ALU NIGHT KXPKCfcS. with through Buffet Sleeping Car aud C>achea to Buffalo, via Emporium Junction. 7:46 P.M. daily for Erie; for ttocbeeter. Buffalo and Niagara Falls dally except Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washington to Bocbeaier. 10:40 P.M. for Erie, Canaudalgua. Rochester, Buf falo and Nlugara Falia dally. Pullman Sleeping Car Washington to Uoi beater Saturdays only. 4 :oo P.M., "Congressional Limited," Dally for New York, all Parlor Cara, with los ing Car from Baitimora. For Philadelphia, New York and the East. I Express. 7.00 (Dining Car), 7:67 (Dining Csr>, 8:00, 10:00 (Dining Car). U:O0, 10:00 tllinlnc Car), 10:26 and llroO (Dining Car from Wilming ton) A.M., 12:45, 8:15, 4:50 (Dining Car froia Baltimore), 6:50, 10:00 P.M., 12:lo night. ??n Sun day a, 7.00 (Diulng Can, 7:57 (Diniug Car), b:lll (Diuing C?r), 9:00, 10:25, 11 00 (Dining Car from W ilmington) A.M.. 12:15. 3:15, 4:6o (Din.ng Car from Baltimore), ti.5o. 10:00 P.M.. 12:1(1 night. For Philadelphia only, Expresa. 7:45 A.M., 12:15 P.M. week-days. 2:01, 4:lo and 6.40 P.M dauy. For Boston. without chauge, 7:45 A.M. week-days and 4:5u P.M. dally. I Fur Baltimore, 5.10.0:15. 7:00. 7:45. 7:50, 7:57. 8:10, 6:00, 10:00. 10:25. 10:80, 11:00 A M., 12 15. 12 43. 1:28. 2:01. 3:15, 3.30 (4.00 Limited). 4:10, 4.2S. I 4:33. 4:50. 5:40, 8:15. 6:50. 7:15. 7:45. 1C .10. 10:40. 11:35 P.M. and 12:lu night. On Sunitsjs. 7:00, 7:50, 7:57, 8:10. 9:00. W.<i5. MS. 10 N?. 11:00 A.M.. 12:15, 1:15. 2:01. 8:15. 8 30 ( 4 00 Limited), 4 10. 4:20, 4:50, 5:40. 6:10, 6:3... 7.15. 7:45, 10:00. 10:40 I'.M. aud 12.10 ulgtit. For Pope "a Creek Line, 7:45 A.M. and 4:.'l3 1' .d. week-daya. Sundays. 9:05 A M. For Annapolis, 7:50 A.M., 12:15 and 4:20 P VI. week-days. Sundays, 0:00 A.M. and 5:40 P.M. For Atlantic City. Vis Delaware River Bridge, only all-rail rent*. 12:45 P.M. week days (through Pullman Bu9et Parlor Car), 4:10 P.M. and 12:10 night dally. Via Market Street Wharf, 11:00 (Saturday <nly). 10:25 A.M., 12:16 aud 12:45 P.M. weekdays, 12:10 night dally. Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth snd (? streets, snd st the station. Sixth and B atreets, f\b?-ra I orders can be left for the checking: of baggage ta 1 destination from botela aud reaidencea. Telephone call ?*1441 tor Peunsyivania Kill- il | Cab Service. : J. B HUTCHINSON, J. R. WOOD. General Manager. General Passenger Agent. Chesapeake <k Ohio Ry. Trains leave from Pennsylvania Stati?u. I 3:<mi P.M. DAILY < incinnati and St. 1 i* Spe ; clal Solid train for Ciueiiiuati. r/illuinu M'l^ ri to Cincinnati. Lo*iugton, laoui-\ itte. linii.in. ;*! is ' and St. Louis without ?-baugf. io*ne<-ti<n f ?r \ ir ginia llot Springs. Dining Car. Parlor Cars Ciu clnuatl to Chicago. 11:lo P.M. DAILY?F. F V. Limited Solid train for Ciiielnnatl. Pullman Sb-opvra to ? ln?-i!.uatI. Lexington and Louisville without change. ' ? 'in partniont Sleeper to \ irgiuia Dot Springs Tues days. Thursdays and Saturdays, eonn? ? ti.m daily. Dining Car. Sleepers Cincinnati to Chicago a? <1 St. l*ouis. Reservation and tickets at <'lios?|?eak<' and ohI?> office. 513 Pennsylvania avenue; WO Fourteenth street. uear F, and at the station. Telephone ??all. Main 1441, for Pennsylvania I la il road ? al. s? rvl -e. U W. FCL1J0K. Telephone Main loGG. General Pasacnger Agent. *2 Baltimore Ohio R. R. L??^ve Washington, New Jersey sre. and C ?t. Chicago and Northwest, *lo:5o a.m., *0:'^0 p in. Cincinnati, St. Louia aud Louisville, *10:05 a.m., ?4:15 p.m.. *1.10 nigtit. i'ittsburg and Cleveland, *10.50 a.m., *b 45 p ia. and *1:00 night. Columbus aud Wheeling. *6:20 p.m. Winchester, t8:35 a m . t4:l5 aud f5:S0 p.m. Luray Klverton, Fn?ut Royal. Elkton. *4:15 p.m. Annapolis, t7.30, ?b:3o, |HAo a m.. ft JU. *''rr?lertck. tS.35. |9:00, tlO SO a.m.. ?1:15. f4.30. 1 'iluvntnwn. tio oe a in. ?nd t5:30 p.m. B,7Td aud way points t" ?'? oo a in . |1:15, 14 -,6 t5:30, 110.15, til:*' P GalUrnburg and i?.iuls, t>?:35. J8 U0 a m.. < ? ,0 >1:15. ts::?i. |4:30, t5:3u, |7:'0. ?t'20. '|10:15, fll :30 p ui. \s aabluswn Juuitlou aud way pointa, t8:35, st, . a.111., |1:15, 14:30. t5:.40 p.in. Halt tin. .re, da>a. a^.tfo, 5:00, 6.30, iT;tO. 7- ?? is 30. *B:8o, ?10 .??, 11:50 a t . il2 LZu 11:35. *3.00. 14 ?*K 14 .10, 4^5, x5,05, 6 25, ?0 20 6 30. ??:OU il0:00. ill tp 11:35 p ni. Mia tja\h ' i3:00. *i:05, 7:8<>. iv?o. i?:0u a.m.. ?I2:?>. 1:15.' : 8:00. l3:30. li:u5. 5.25. 6 30, ?B:UU lJ0:U0, *ii.'ao. h.35 t,ufl?AL |U( ,. LINF All trains llluiulnat?<l ?ltl. I'lntwh Itsbt Baltimore. Philadelphia. New York. Uwton and ? 1,. i.,i ?3:00, *7:05 .diner), tS :3o (buffet). H? .a? Idluerl tl0:0ii idiner) a.m.. *12 20 (dln.-ri. *S i?l .11.mil Limited," diuer). t4:00 il'lilla. oulyl. ?5 o5 Idlueri. *KK? and *11:30 p.m. (SKeplug ooeu at 10:00 o'clock.! Atlantic City. tT:05. tlo:00 a m.. tl2:20 noon. *S.!?J.ltvlU' tKnept Sunday. (Sunday only, x fcxpreaa trains. Ituccase railed for and checked from hotela ?.d resid.ii.ea by Union Transfer >'x>. on order. Wc at ticket otU.-. a. B1M IVuua} lvanla a\enu.> north weat. New York svenue and Utlb street aud at sta tion/ SEABOARD A2R LINE RY. CAPITAL CITY UOLTE. LFANE V^KHINOTON. P. It. It STATION: lo w A.M. I.A1LY. SKABOAKU FASI klAIU Tbrough Pullman Bl.elur to Jackaouvllle, cou nectius at Uauil.t with Pullman Sleeper to At FIJt AND METROPOLITAN LIMITKO DAILY?Solid Train to Ja. ksouvUle. with Pull man Drawing Kouin Slee|?-r. Also PtiUuiaB Bleener to Atlauts an.l Cafe ltlnlng Car Service. Pulliusn Sleeper Tu.-adaya, Thuraduya and Satur days to So.- bei-n Pine. .Piuehurat). The., trait* offer excellent schedules to Petersburg. Kalei^h, Southern Pine. iPlnehurati Camden Coiun.ola. Saeauuah. jacksonvllle and all Florida mint*; Charlotte. Atbetu, Atlauta. New Orlenna, Chn'U nooca Nashville, all i?.iiji? west and southwest. 4 3? AM DAILY. LOCAL?To Petersburg. Ka "lelgh Southern Ploes tPinehutst), Hamlet .ud UHermi-diate^lms^^ ^ W H PLEASANTS. W. H. Traffic Managss- Ben. A;t.