OCR Interpretation


Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, June 20, 1902, Image 17

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045462/1902-06-20/ed-1/seq-17/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 16

LOCAL MENTION.
AMUSEMENTS TONIGHT.
Chase's?Sousa's opera, "El Capitan."
Chevy Chase Lake?Concert by the Ma
rine Band.
Coliseum?Open air circus and motoi
races.
St. Anthony's Church, Brookland?Lawn
fete.
EXCURSIONS TOMORROW.
Steamer Macalester for Marshall Hall al
10 a.m.. 2:30 and G:30 p.m.; Indian Head a
6:30 p.m.
Steamer Pentz for River View at 10 a. m.
213 and (1:45 p. rn.
Steamer Washington for Fortress Mon
roe and Norfolk at 6:30 p.m.
Steamer Estell<- Randall for Glymont and
intermediate landings at 0:30 a. m.
Steamer Y V. Arrowsmlth for Colonial
Beach at 5:45 p.m.
Trains leave Pennsylvania avenue anf
1314 street for Alexandria and Arlingtor
every iialf hour; Mount Vernon hourly. 11
a. m. to 3 p. m.
Steamer Harry Randall for Colonial
Beach. Nomlni and river landings at 7 a.m
Cars leave Aqueduct bridge for Arlington,
Fort Myer and Falls Church.
Seeing Washington observation cars leave
1411) G street at 10 a. m.t 2 p. m. and 4
p. m.
Washington and Alexandria ferry steam
ers leave Ttli street wharf. See schedule
under "Excursions" as to time.
Trains leave District line station foi
Chesap ake B^ach-on-the-Bay at 10:30 an?J
11:30 a. in., 2:30, 5:15 and 7 p. m.
DRINK KENNY'S CHEON TEA.
The best 50c. mixed tea in America. C.
D. Kenny Co. 55 stores.
NO FINER SI MMER BEVERAGE
Than "Old Glory" is obtainable. It is con
el;- ive to comfort, health and strength. Al
ways keep a ca?e on hand. For case 'phone
Abner-Drury Brewing Co., 25th and F.
"GOOD BREADS" ARE NT'MEROI'S.
But there's only one "best"?Schneider's
"Malt" Bread. It leads in purity and whole
s' mtness Easily digested and assimilated.
At all grocers', fresh from ovens, 5c. loaf.
2-Burner Double-Flame Gas Stoves, $1.00.
A. EBERLY'S SONS, 718 7th n.w.
Coroner Nevltt investigated the death of
the infant child of Maria Gross, colored, of
"fh 3d street southwest yesterday afternoon.
He found the case was one of still birth
and gave a certificate accordingly.
EVERYONE ENJOYS "ICED TEA"
?that's made of Thea-Nectar?it gives such
a delicious flavor. Only tfoc. lb. Equal to
many higher-priced teas. Present with every
pound. Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co.
WICKLESS BLT'E FLAME OIL STOVES
At cost. J no. Moran, 2126 Pa. ave.
Try Relslnger's Ice Cream. SI.00 gal., 50c. %
gal; Meringues. II.00 doz. 235 G. East 81)2"
John R Kelly. New York Roast Beef. DeU
monico Steak and Spring Lamb. West End
mkt., Center mkt. and Western mkt.
AUCTION SALES.
Today.
Thomas J. Owen & Son., auct!".. 013 F St.
n w ?Trustee's sale of No. 1310 Roanoke
ft. n.w., on Friday, June 23, at 5 p.m.
Robert E. Bradley, surviving trustee.
Duncanson Bros., aucts.. !?th and D sts.
n w ?Trustees' sale of No. 2711 1* st. n.w.,
on Friday. June 2>?. at 4:30 p.m. William E.
Edmonston and Aldis B. Browne, trustees.
Duncanson Bros., aucts.. Oth and D sts.
n.w.?Trustees' sale of property in sejuare
S?!7 on Friday. June 20, at 5 p.m.. at the
Real Estate Exchange. No. 1314 F st. n.w.
Charles F Benjamin and William H. Dun
canson, trustees.
James W. Ratcllffe. auct., 920 Pa. ave.
n.w ?Sale of No. ?'?15 Q St. n.w., on Friday,
June 2ii, at 5 p.m.
James W. Ratcllffe, auct.. 020 Pa. ave.
n.w?Administrator's sale of Nos. 721 and
723 9th st. n.w.. on Friday, June 20, a* 4:30
p.m. F. L. Siddons. administrator.
Tomorrow.
The?mas J. Owen & Son. aucts., 013 F st.
n.w ?Trustees' sale of No. 10?>2 Oth St. n.e.
on Saturday. June 21, at 4:30 p.m. Bates
Warren and Edwin S. Clarkson. trustees.
C. G. Sloan & Co.. aucts., 1407 G st. r. w.
?Sale of household effects, office furniture,
&c.. on Saturday, June 21. at 10 a.m. Alse.
at 12 m.. vehicles, harness, horse, &c., at
auctiein rooms.
Jam?s W RatclifTe. auct.. 020 Pa. ave.
n.w.?Sale of loo bushe-ls of potatoes on Sat
urday, June 21, at 10 a.m., at auction
rooms.
CITY AND DISTBICT.
Observance of Sunday.
The District Commissione rs have received
a communication from the president of the
District Christian Endeavor Vnlon, who
states that any action the Commissioners
take toward securing better observance ot
Sunday will he appreciated by 7,000 Chris
tian Endeavor followers in this city.
The Commissioners have received a letter
from the Rev. Alfred Harding of 020 23d
street, urging them to support the McMil
lan-Dill Ingham bills providing for the> bet
ter observance of Sunday as a day of rest.
The "Warrenton Special.''
Leave Washington each Saturday during
summer months 3:80 p.m., arrive Warren
ton. Va., 5:li> p.m.?Advt.
Law Relating to Proposals.
General O. L. Spalding, chairman of the
board of awards. Treasury Department, at
the request of the District Commissioners,
has reported that proposals to fui-nlsh such
articles as are common to all departments
are the only ones that need to be submit
ted to the board. This Includes proposals
for supplying blank forms and printing, tin
ware. groceries, boots and shoes, fresh
meat, corn, beef, castings, dry ge>ods, sad
dlery. school boe>ks, building material and
niaterital for general street improvement.
N. C. Pine Flooring. $1.00 Per 100
sq. ft., worth 12.00. At tfth and N. Y. ave.
?Advertisement.
Said to Be Unsatisfactory.
The attention of the District Commission
ers has been called by B. B. Earnshaw to
the condition of a hay scale located at Vir
ginia avenue and 11th street southeast.
Accord ng to Mr. Earnshaw the scaie has
not w<>rk>-d satisfactorily for a number of
mi-nths ar.d for the last twelve we^ks could
rot be used at all. Mr. Earnshaw desires
to again become a bidder for the privilege
of weighmaster, but he says he Trill not do
?o if the public scale is not put in proper
ord>-r.
$1.25 to Baltimore and Return via B.
A O. R.R. every Saturday and Sunday,
tickets valid returning until following Mon
day. Good on all trains except Royal Lim
ited ?Advt.
Unwilling Passenger.
William Cunningham, fifty-four years old,
?ving at 1<?J Quincy street northeast, had
the uncomfortable experience of riding on
a street car fender yesterday. He was
crossing H street near the government
Kin ling oflio* when ii? wa? rack jtstl
friwr. down. The car moved about twen
tjMlve feet before It was brought to a
Standstill and the unwilling passenger was
given a chance to alight. He was not In
jured.
THE STAR BY MAIL.
Persons leaving the city for r r
period can have The Star mailed to
them to any address In the United
States or Canada, by ordering It at
this office. In person or by Utter.
Terms: 13 centa per week; 23 cents
for two we-eks. or 00 centa per
month. INVARIABLY IN AO
VANCE. The address may be
changed aa frequently aa dent red.
Always give the last address, aa well
?a the new one.
ON THE KIVER FRONT
DREDGE PTJGH AT WOBX ON MAT
TAWOMAN FLATS.
Launch Named for Capt. Capron?
Prices at Fish Wharf?Move
ments of Vessels.
The large steam dredge Pugh is at work
on the shoals at the mouth of Mattawoman
creek, making a uniform depth of twenty
four feet where formerly existed but about
sixteen or eighteen feet of water. The
Pugh last fall deepened the greater portion
of this channel, but some lew hard lumps
were left in it, and the dredge Is now en
gaged in removing them. After this work
is completed it is understood she will go
to the Kettle Bottoms and will begin the
deepening of the channel from Colonial
Beaoh to below Blackistone's Island.
to this city.
The supply of rock, bass and other Po
tomac-caught fish is reported very small, at
the 11th street wharf market, while the re
ceipts of grey trout, butter fish and the like
from the shores about Norfolk art- fair. The
cooler weather has caused an Increase In
the demand, and prices this morning were
as follows: For flounders, 3 to 5c. per
pound; salmon trout, 5 to Oc. per pound;
blue fish. Sc. per pound; Spanish mackerel,
JOc. per pound; pan rock, 0 to 10c. per
pound; boiling rook. 10 to 12c. per pound;
white perch, !? to 12c. per pound; sturgeon,
10 to 11c. per pound; butter fish. $3.50 to
$5 per barrel; trout, $5 to $<> per barrel;
small white perch, 20 to 25c. per bunch;
cattish, 22 to 25c. per bunch; carp, 12 to
1.1c. each; eels. 3 to 5c. each; hard crabs,
$1.50 to $2 per barrel; soft crabs. Co to 75c.
per dozen, and clams, 40 to 50c. per hun
dred.
The steam launch used as a tender by ,
the Engineer Corps stationed at the Wash
ington barracks is called the Capron. after I
the late Capt. Capron, who lost his life in
the battle of Santiago. Cuba. The Capron
Is used in making visits to the new station
at Fort Foote, Md.
A pile driver is at work on the Fort
Washington wharf, driving new fender
piles and otherwise improving the struc
ture. The wharf is almost a new one, and
but little work is to be done upon it. After
the driver finishes the work at Fort AVash
lngton she will be taken. U is stated, to the
wharf at Fort Hunt, which Is to be given
an overhauling.
Of General Interest.
The schooner H. S. Ward, laden with salt
herring in barrels, recently arrived at Alex
andria from the Rappahannock river for
Charles King & Son.
The two-masted schooner Alert is in port
with a full cargo of pine lumber from a
Virginia lumber port, and Is unloading at
Fursberg <Sc Murray's wharf.
The steamer E. James Tu'.l loaded a gen
eral cargo at Alexandria and has sailed for
Aquia creek points.
The three-masted schooner Virginia F.
Hawley arrived In port yejsterday evening
laden with lumber for Johnson & Wimsatt.
The schooner Irene, with a cargo of glass
making sand from the Severn river, has
arrived at Alexandria for the Old Domin
ion glass works.
The schooner Sidney Jones, having a full
load of cordwood aboard, is in port for Car
ter & Clark.
The Murray Vandiver, laden with pine
boards from the Rappahannock river, is at
T. R. Riley's wharf.
The schooner Earl Blscoe has sailed light
for the lower river and will load a cargo
back to this port.
The steam barge Dennis Simmons, laden
with shingles from Wllliamston, N. C., has
arj-ived at Alexandria for Smoot & Co.
The schooner J. E. Cunningham, lumber
laden from the Coan river, has arrived in
port and is unloading her cargo.
The launch Santa Barbara, the tender at
Indian Head, was in port for a short time
yesterday evening.
ELIZABETH MAGEUDEB'S WILL.
Bequests Made to Two Charitable In
stitutions.
The will of Elizabeth O. Magruder, dated
July 10, 18i)4, has been filed for probate.
The entire estate Is devised' to Mary
Blanche Magruder during her single life.
At her marriage the property is to be di
vided equally among testatrix's children.
At the death of Mary Blanche Magruder
the property is devised to the children of
testatrix. The proceeds of certain life In
surance policies are bequeathed to the Lit
tle Sisters of the Poor and St. Ann's In
fant Asylum, to be equally divided between
them.
Dr. George L. Magruder la named as ex
ecutor.
Fireproof Storage for Furniture
?Fianos, etc., at reasonable rates. Union
Trust & Storage Co., main office, 1414 F st.
?Advertisement.
Improvements at Fort Hunt.
The bids for putting up the necessary
wire and the installation of the electric
lighting lamps necessary for the Illumina
tion of the grounds and quarters at Fort
Hunt, Virginia, were opened at the fort by
the constructing quartermaster, Capt. Mc
Manus, Tuesday, and the contract was
later awarded to Mr. John Rau of this city,
whose bid was $2,735 for the work. There
were five other bidders for the contract
from Baltimore and elsewhere.
Capt. McManus also opened proposals for
the building of several miles of macadam
roadway through the military reservation
at Fort Washington, and Mr. Thomas H.
Lyons of this city was the successful bid
der. at $23,500. There were also several bid
ders from northern cities for this work.
Tender the terms of these contracts the
contractors are required to have their jobs
completed and ready for inspection before
the end of the summer. Many other val
uable Improvements are in contemplation
at the two Potomac artillery stations.
Every Essential of Perfect Butter
?is found in "Four-Leaf Clover" Creamery.
Purity, freshness and fine flavor. Only 30c.
lb. Jas. F. Oyster, 9th and Pa. ave.?Advt.
St. Peter's Sunday School Excursion.
Despite the early storm and the threaten
ing clouds the boats which went to River
View yesterday to the excursion given by
the St. Peter's Sunday school were crowded.
The program arranged for the day under
the direction of Miss Loughran was well
rendered, especially the duet by Misses Lo
retto Ahern and Rose Quigley. The win
ners of the races were: Fifty-yard kanga
roo race, Charles Harper; potato race, El
mon Ahern. first; Jas. Griffin, second; egg
race, Leo Arilella, first; Geo. Higgs, sec
ond; 100-yard handicap, Sam Hardy; The
tug of war was won by the side under Cap
tain McGee. The base bail game between
the Holy Name Athletic Association and
Gonzaga teams was won by the former by
a score of 18 to 9.
The director. Father Dowling, assisted by
Messrs. Gilbert, Reilly and Clarence F. Don
ohoe. assisted by a corps of efficient lady
teachers, conducted the children from the
church to the boat.
Dancing to Music of U. S. Marine Band
preceded by grand concert, every evening,
without regard to weather, at beautiful Chevy
Chasg Lake. 7:30 to 11. Admission free.?
Advertisement.
Not the Bight Man.
C*Pt- Bo^rdman received a telegram from
the Philadelphia authorities telling him
that a colored man had been arrested there
on suspicion of being the assailant of Mrs.
Eva Eckman in this city. Detective Mul
ler went to the (Quaker city and returned
this mornlag with'the Information that the
man arrested la not the one wanted.
Mrs. Eckman's condition is much im
proved, and she will probably be able to
leave the hospital 8unday. The police are
still doing their beBt to capture the colored
man who inflicted the Injury,
High-Glass Hostelry.
Washingtonlans who contemplate spend
ing any time at Asbury Park this summer
will find the West End a popular and high,
class hostelry. It fronts both ocean and
lake.
LAWN FESTIVAL.
Ladies Who Constitute the Different
Committees.
The lawn fete which is being held on the
grounds of St. Anthony's Church. Brook
land, was quite well attended, and the re
sults at the different tables and booths
were quite large. Father O'Brien, the pas
tor, and'his assistant. Father Mark, are
present each evening to encourage the
ladies in their efforts to help to reduce the
church debt.
The committees at the lawn party are as
follows: Fancy table ? Mrs. Leesnitzer,
Mrs. McCraight, Miss Mamie Clark. Miss
Katie Leesnitzer and Mrs. Harrington.
I Choir booth ?Miss Gariety, Mrs. Noel,
Miss Eva Wagonfield, Misses Barbara and
Catherine Rodler, Miss Marie and Cather
ine Brown, Misses Ella and Florence Crook,
the Misses Howe, Mrs. Burk and Mr. John
Butler.
Wheel of fortune?Mr. Brown. Mr Joe
Noel. Mr. Walter Qariety and Mr. Lanagan.
Ice cream table-Mrs. Hetfleld, Mrs. J. B.
Clark, Mrs. Woodward, Mrs. McGee, Mrs.
Bennett and Mrs. Violet.
Fish pond-Miss Teresa Smith and Miss
Annie Smith.
Grab bag Miss Lulu Jullien, Agnes Dowl
tng and Irene McNamara.
Lemonade booth?Mrs. Crook. Mrs. Hatch
er, Mrs. McGrath, Miss Mary Crook. Miss
hmith. Miss Lena Brown, the Misses Mc
urath.
Flower table?The Misses Brooks, Miss
tit j McNamara. Miss Slevin, Miss Rose
\\ arder. Miss Burr and Miss Jullien.
Candy table?Mrs. Bowling, the Misses
Noyes, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Berryman and
Miss Mary Dowling.
Paddle stand?Mr. Joseph Burg. Mr. J B
Clark, Mr. Moran and Mr. E. J. Smith.
Supper table?Mrs. Jullien, Mrs. Florence
M,rs' Eberl>". Mrs. Fitzpatrick
and Miss Brooks. j
^Klondike?Misses Madge and Edith Mc
Quallty Is what makes price. If Burnett's
vanilla P^xtract was no better than other
extracts its price would be the same.?Advt.
Damage Amounts to $500.
There was an exciting scene in the base
ment of the United States Electric Lighting
plant at 14th and B streets northwest be
tween 5 and 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
caused by a blaze which started in the con
duit. probably caused by an overheated
wire burning the insulation. When the
flames had been extinguished a force of
men were put at work, and in a short time
had the damage repaired.
flr/ c^used considerable inconven
fAr iiA", ,a delay ln supplying electricity
f in some of the business houses
f6 ere- Damage to the company's
property amounted to about $500. The prop
erty was not insured.
Georgia Pine Flooring Lumber Still
only J2.50 per 100 sq. ft. Llbbey & Co.?Ad.
Does Not Conform to Daw.
Third Assistant Postmaster General H
M. Bacon has called the attention of the
District Commissioners to the fact that the
envelope used by the various departments
of the District government, as well as by
the Commissioners themselves, does not
bear the words "official business," as re
quired by law. The fault will be corrected
there are only about .'{.Ooo of th?se envel
small ?n ? hand' S? that the loss wlU be
$1.00 Sunday Excursions $1.00
To Ashburn, Bluemont and Intermediate
Stations.
Limited train leaves Washington 0:01
a.m., local 9:10 a.m. Returning limited
8 oo",, m Ti )VashlnKton 7:25 I' m., local
o.w p.m.?Advt.
Placed on Asylum Steps.
A colored infant was found last night
about 10:15 o'clock on the steps at St
Ann's Infant Asylum. The child's cries at
tracted attention, and the sisters in charge
of the asylum cared for the little one. The
baby was neatly dressed, and had been left
P" In a basket, with nothing to
foundling re ence of the mother of the
An investigation is being made by the po
lice to find the mother of the child or the
person who left the young one on the asy
lum steps.
Without Authority.
Replying to a request of Mrs. Kate Beck
that the alley ln the rear of ail Ctrl street
northeast be made a public thoroughfare,
the Commissioners state that they are
without authority to take the step suggf-st
hP m?HUSe ls Private and cannot
procTedingsPU 6XCePt by conJ"nnaiion
Itching, Burning and Scaly Erup
tions of the Skin, Scalp and
Blood with Loss of Hair
CURED BY CUTICURA
The agonizing, itching anil burning of the skin,
a* ln Eczema; the frightful scaling as In {Mortals;
the loss of hair and crusting of the scalp, as ln
scald head; the facial disfigurement, as ln pim
ple# and rlngwo-m; the awful suffering of Infants,
and anxiety of worn-out parents, as ln milk crust,
tetter, and salt rheum?all demand a remedy of
almost superhuman virtues to successfully cope
with them. That dutlcura remedies are such stands
proven beyond all doubt. No statement ls made
regarding them that ls not Justified by the strong
est evidence. The purity and sweetness, the power
to afford Immediate relief, the certainty of speedy
and permanent cure, the absolute safety and great
economy have made them the standard skin cures
and humour remedies of the civilized world.
Complete Treatment. Bathe the affected parts
with hot water and Cutlcura Soap, to cleanse the
surface of crusts and scales, and soften the thick
ened cuticle. Dry, without hard rubbing, and apply
Cutlcura Ointment freely, to allay itching, irrita
tion and Inflammation, and soothe and heal, and.
lastly, take the Cutlcura Resolvent Pills to cool
and ckanse the blood. This treatment affords
instant relief, permits rest and sleep in the
severest foims of ecrema and other itching, burn
ing and scaly humours, and points to a speedy,
permanent and economical cure when all other
remedies and the best physicians fail.
Styles in
shoes and
Oxfords
gratify
man's
desire
for ease '
and
/ elegance.
Priced from $3.50 to $6.
Hess' Boys' Shoes for $2.SO and $3.
N. Hess' Sons, 5*31 Pa. Ave.
l?18-83d '
~?
"Cresta Blanca"
^TnLARETS and
SAUTERNESj
pi Are the grandest of all American g
I I Wines?and can be obtained only
, \J J trom the first-hand stock of the
v J ?ole distributor for the District?
Chris
i^XANDER,'
3
le?8-24d7 Hou,*~B0? 7th "t.-'Phone E. 865.
StTDBESTC DEATH.
Mrs. John B. ?Fl*t?ier of Capitol Hill
The sudden dwtth Wednesday morning of
Mrs. Susan E. Fletcher, wife of John B.
Fletcher of Oneetita. X. Y.. came as a great
shock to her n*ny friends. Mrs. Fletcher
had complained of a severe pain in her
head for about ? week, but continued about
her usual pur?*it8 and attended the ex
cursion of the Unity iLiterary Club to Mar
shall Hall Saturday--. Sunday she was
obliged to remain from church and phvsi
cians were called lit Wednesday morning
about i o'clocla-. She suffered a stroke of
untn'hH? an? *h? remained unconscious
ter-paj?t f> occurred at a quar
..iF,u,nera' services were held at her late
dav after'n^ East CaPito1 street. Wedties
rfr , terno?n at 6 o'clock, her pastor. Rev.
taken n'Tit' ,offlcia?ln8- The body was
her home In Oneonta for inter
?on Lp?S?MPaCTed>,by her husband and
Mrs StFletcher of Brooklyn, N. Y.
,.Mr.s; Fletcher was a devoted member of
Metropolitan Presbyterian Church. She
was prominent in literary circles beine
arflfr^tnt the CaP|to1 Hill Hlstor'v Club,
memtonf.!, Hn'5y Uterar>' Clu*> and a
^ Caflto1 Hill Literary So
a woman L he ^elslor Club. She was
and of n hw Zery attractive personality
a"wavs Kht .and linselfi8h disposition,
hanov Shi t0 make thoso about her
, ? had a remarkably large circle
uftv oT^f' havin8r Possessed the happy fac
shin of ^2" reta,"'ns the devoted friend
contact Vh J ?"6 wlth ?'hom she came In
the adionrnm *is preparing to return, upon
inrft! Hrnment of Congress, to her home
in Oneonta to spend the summer.
Anacostia and Vicinity.
George W. Fowler of this place, while
driving yesterday afternoon along the
roads in the vicinity of the Overlook Inn
property at Good Hope, discovered a dog
that gave every Indication of suffering
from rabies. The animal is still at large.
The dog belonging to Mr. Robert E. Cook
of Bellevue, below Anacostia, which was
shot recently by him on suspicion that it
was affected by rabies, has been examined
wa? 11 18 a?eged that the case
was undoubtedly a severe type of the dis
I Chanel Sn?dn o 8ch?01 of Bel,'s Methodist
ooi nt v' ?T Ka,")p sPnn*s. Prince George's
dav in T?,L ^Pld an all"day Picnic yester
aftende,! 8 ?rove- Among those who
vir= rf Anacostia were Mr. and
??'Ql F" py|es. Mr- and Mrs. T. F.
Murray, Misses Bessie Pyies and Vera
FUraAiiand.?IaSter Raymond Pyies. Mr.
w-D-P>'" *m s":
,ail n.'ght at the Anacostia
Methodist Church, in commemoration of
un of the edlflce. were of an
^ T ,ng character. Rev. James McLa
ChurehfAnlBaldwin Memorial Methodist
t-nurcn. Anne Arundel county, Md.. who
as pastor of Anacostia Church, had in
Preparation of the _plans of the
nh^Jh g' and during whose term the
or the ^.constructed, with the exception
the portion just completed, was the
speaker of the occasion. Rev. Charles O
tsaac, the present pastor, introduced Mr.
hre.n'< .u" Dan,|el c- Smithson directed
the choir in the rendition of a pleasing mu
ofCa^Pr0^rimK Mr" Edward T. Davis
organ beth 8 choir assisted at the
..A P'cnlc was held at Congress Heights
yesterday iimlsr the auspices of Trinity
Episcopal Churoti, Washington.
Foreman C. W. Hopkins of No. 15 fire
engine company, Anacostia, has returned
p" d"'y after being, on leave of absence.
Prn ate John Harper of the company left
this morning on his vacation, which he
will spend in Baltimore, Norfolk and New
port News.
Promoted Without Conditions.
The following pupHs of the M Street High
School, who were reported as promoted
conditionally to the third year, should have
betn reported promoted without condition:
Robert Ashton.. Governeau Banks, Henry
Booker. FrankHn Chllds, Albert Dyson,
Daniel Edmonds, William For? Hugh Fran
cis. Watsey Han. West Hamilton. George
Harlan, John Hughes. Alfrfd Jacksdn. Al
bert Knorl, Willard I^ane, James kelson,
Robert Queen, George Shippen. John Smith
Andrew Thomas. Charles Turner, Benjamin
\\ ithers. Francis Young, Louise Wormlty.
Korn Krisp?the new
breakfast cereal?a splen
did food?ready cooked?
I5C- a package?Served
free with Cream at our
demonstration counters?
Call and try it.
Elphonzo \ oungs Company,
Grocers?428 Ninth Street.
AMUSEMENTS.
Seats are Now on Salle at
the Box Office of the
FOR
EDWIN ARDEN
AND COMPANY,
Id Darld Belasco'g Comedy-Drama,
LORD CHUMLEY.
jel8^3t.<21 25C- "Be
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
71
ST.
? , brookland.
Beginning MONDAY JUNE 1CTH, and continuing
je!8-3t*.10 dUr"S ,Ue Week"
IL
EVERY NIGHT.
Motor Cycle Races,
Open-air Acts.
Take F St. East Car. and Dancing.
Reserved Seats only 25c. Bleachers. 15c.
Tonight
Dare Devil Schreyer's
! mid air ciiute ride and dive.
OTHER SENSATIONAL ALTS
?MOTOR CYCLE RACES AND
DAJit'LNU IN THE PAVILION
at 8:30
Sharp.
Tickets at Stcve^T; ftrb and aye.; Tappan's, 1339
F at.: O'Donnell'a* -Georgetown; McDonald's l"th
'nd " " e- Je 16-51
comic )| nai /IU7r?\ n=> ci sz\ nappt.f.
l BLOSSOM
j (grove.
Ice Cream and Ica.served free evcrv
w "el w.aaa'.
The best traduction so far gWen.
Wexek The Wiaard of the Nile. seat.
JeI6-5t J,ow
OPERA
SEASON.
CHEVY: CHASE LAKE.
Lai*e section of U. a MARINE BAND ererr
erenlng, Including fciad^r, from 7:W to 11 p.m.
Danclnf from 8:4K to 11. ADMISSION FREE,
myso-tl-o
EXCURSIONS, ETC
River Vie Wo
There's Where the Cool Breezes
Blow.
THE LITTLE RIVER.
THE TOM THUMB RAILWAY
THE ELECTRIC LAUNCH.
THE WATER CHCTE.
And all the other amusements. Music and Danctnc
week days. Band concerts Sunday. -
Take steamer Samuel J. Pent* from wharf foot
SeTcoth street. Week days, 10 a.m., 2:15 and 6:45
p.m.; Sundays, 11 a.m., 2:4D and 6:45 p.m.
Fare, round trip?Adults ? v.
ChUdsen 13c
Jel0-tf,20
IKQUBST UNNE^SSAXif.
Coroner Decides Martin Benson Was
Killed by Unavoidable Accident.
Coroner Nevltt Investigated the case of
Martin Benson who was killed yeaterday
afternoon while working on the new bond
ing at 11th and G streets northwest, as pub
lished in yesterday's Star, and deemed an
inquest unnecessary. He heard the state
ments of four witnesses and their testi
mony convinced him that the accident was
an unavoidable one.
A brother of the deceased reached here
last night from Philadelphia, where the
victim of the accident lived at N(>. 1314
Myrtlewood avenue, and had Undertaker
Harvey prepare the body for burial. To
day the body was shipped to Philadelphia.
$1.25 To Baltimore and Return $1.25
Via Pennsylvania railroad. Tickets on sale
Saturday and Sunday, dune 21 and 22. good
to return until Monday, June 23.?Advt.
Matter of Proposals.
Having rejected the proposals received
June 12, to furnish lumber for use in the
construction and repair of bridges, the Com
missioners have directed that new proposals
be invited through advertisement.
The proposals received May 1, to furn'sh
school books, saddlery and forage for the
District for the fiscal year 1903, have also
been rejected by order of the Commission
ers and new bids will be invited through ad
vertisement.
Preparing for Encampment.
One company of the battalion of engi
neers stationed at the arsenal here were
yesterday taken to Fort Foote, Maryland,
to put the grounds in readiness for the
coming encampment of the engineers at
the old fort. The men were transported to
and from the fort in two of the large bridge
pontoon boats, in tow of the launch Capron.
In a few days everything will be In readi
ness at Fort Foote for the reception of the
eoldlers, and one company of engineers
from this city will take its station there
for summer drills.
CITY ITEMS.
Don't Leave Town Without
"Old Braddock" Maryland Rye.
It's the finest of medicinal whiskeys?pure
and old. "Clark's Maryland Rye" is the best
whiskey sold at $1 quart. Both brands at
leading dealers'. Jas. Clark Distilling Co.,
only distillers of rye whiskey In District. D.
P. AlcCarthy, Mgr., 610 Pa. ave. 'Phone 101H1.
Dove Brand.
The old reliable brand of smoked meats,
sold by the old reliable firm. Miller & Krog
man. Center and K st. markets. It*
Sewing Machine Renting, 10c. a Day,
At Auerbach's, 7 & H. Domestic Agency.
JelS-Ct
Can't Live Together.
Army and Navy Scouring Compound and
Dirt can't live In the same bouse. Dirt has
t > get out. Cleans everything but silver.
Nothing like it ever known before. 20-ounce
box, 5c. All grocers.
Green River Whiskey, $1.00 Quart.
J. D. Donnelly, 14th & I 6ts. 'Phone 401?M.
It
No. 0 engine company was called to the
house of Mrs. Becker. 1010 K street north
west, about 4:30 o'clock yesterday after
noon. Children playing with matches had
started a lire in the house which resulted
in about .*2.1 damages.
Summer Time
is the time when It's hard to get good
smoked meats. Buy the D.O.V.E. brand and
you will have no trouble. All good dealers
sell D.O.V.E. It*
Reliable Sewing Machine Repairing
At Auerbach's, 7 & H. Domestic Agency.
Jc-18-tk
Satin-Skin Cream nourishes away
wrinkles, blemishes, gives lovely complex
ion, Satin-Skin. 25c. at Palais Rcyal.
Guaranteed Sewing Machines, $10,
At Auerbach's, 7 & H. Domestic Agency.
JelS-6t
Best Sugar-Cured Hams, 13^c.
California Hams. lOV^c,; 10 lbs. Arbuckle's
Coffee, 98c. At J. T. D. Pyles' Six Stores,
Including 948 I.a. ave. jelO-tit
Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits and
Sweaters, 44c.: Bicycle & Golf Hose. Jer
seys. &c. C. Auerbach, 7 & H. Jel8-3t
EXCURSIONS, ETC.
TOMORROW
WILL BE
Childreo's Day
AT
ONLY- 25 CENTS
OPEN* TO OLD AND YOUNG.
Take Advi ntuge of the Cheap Itate and Enjoy
an Outing.
See Train Schedules under Hallway Time Table*.
It
s.
STEAMER CHARI.KS MACALESTER.
EVERY THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
6:30 O'CLOCK P.M.
Appointments first-ciags. Music and Dancing.
Fare (Round Trip) 25 cent*
MARSHALL HALL.
Dally?10 a.m.. 2:30 and 8:30 p.m.
Sunday**?11 a.m., 2:30 and 0:30 p.m.
Fare (Round Trip) 25 ceDts
FOR MOUNT VERNON,
HOME AND TOMB OF WASHINGTON,
Dally?10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. (Sundays excepted.)
Fare (Round Trip) 50 cents
Admission to Grounds 25 cents
Jell-tf-21
-AT
Lt. Washington. .tS:30 p?
Lv. Alexandria. .7.00 pm
Ar. Fort Monroe.7:00 am
Ar. Norfolk 8:00 aw
Ar. Portsmouth. .8:15 am
SPECIAL CONCERT PROGRAM.
Steame.- Charles Macalestcr leaves at 11 a.m.,
2:30 and 0:30 p.m.
FARE, ROUND TRIP 25c.
Je20-2t
TVTorffolk & Washington
Steamboat Company.
? Every day In the year irom foot of 7 th at.
for Ft. Monroe, Norfolk, Men port News and
all points south by the superb, powerful steel
palace sleamera .Newport News," "Norfolk"
and "Washington."
" L?. Portsmouth..5:00 pm
L?. Norfolk S:00 pm
Lt. Fort Monroe.7:00 pm
Ar. Alexandria. am
Ar. Washington. .1:00 sm
C*'Through connections made at Norfolk
? with steamers of Old Dominion Steamship
Co. for New York and Merchant* and Miner*'
? EteamsHps for Boston.
? E7Kor former information apply at general
ticket office. Bond building. 14th and N. V.
are., or 7th vt. wharf. Washington. D. 0.
'Phone 2200. JXO CALLAHAN. General Manager.
Arlington, Myer, Falls Church,
FROM AQUEDUCT BRIDGE HALF HOCKLT.
Je25-tf.5
Alexandria Ferry
From 7th St. Ferry Wharf.
ROUND TRIP, 115c.
{New schedule In effect April 1, 1902.)
LEAVE WASHINGTON?Week Day*: A.M.
1:10, 6:40, 7:80, 0:30, u:00, 10:00, 10:30. 11:80:
P.M. ?12:30, 1.30, 2:80, 8:15, 4:16, 6:00. 0:30
and ?.B0.
LEAVE ALEXANDRIA-WEEK DAYS: A.M.
5:60, 6:60. 7:80, 8:10. 0:16, 0:46, 10:45. 11:30;
P.M.?12:30, 1:30, 2:30, 8:16. 4:16, 4:60. 6:43 and
IS:80.
LEAVE WASHINGTON AND ALEXANDRIA?
SUNDAYS: A.M.?0:80, 10:30, 11:80; P.M.-1S:J0.
1:311. 2:30. 8:30. 4:30. 6:30 and 6:30.
JOHN B. PADGETT, GENERAL MANAGES,
criKMC
Sadden Death.
Ellxabcth Carter, colored, flftv years old.
was taken suddenly ill about 7 o'clock last
night In front of her home. In Sumner alley,
near 17th and L streets. Friends carried
her in the house, where she died In a few
minutes. A physician was called, but life
was extinct when he reached the house.
The cas> was reported to Coroner Nevltt,
who reports that death had resulted from
natural causes, and an inquest was deemed
unnecessary.
Remission of Costa and Interests.
The Commissioners have voted to pr,tnt
the request of Mr. Joseph R. Fafjue, in be
half of Mrs. Carrie Madison, for the remis
sion of costs and interest upon ? .sst-ssnH nt
for paving against part of lot 8. square K>1.
What are HI minors?
They are vitiated or morbid fluid* coursing the
reins and affecting the tissues. They are com
monly due to defective digestion but arc some
times inherited.
How do they msnlfest themselves?
In many forms of cutaneous eruption, salt
rheum or ecxema, pimples and bolls, aud iu weak
ness. languor, general debility.
How are they expelledV By
'S
which also builds up the system that has suffered
from them.
It Is the best medicine for all humors.
EXCURSIONS, ETC.
10c. 10c. 10c. 10c. 10c. 10c. 10c. 10c. 10c. 10c.
IOC. 1<?,
10c. EXTRA FAMILY DAY AT 1 ??c.
1TMTT! rir^Trts n r it rr^ nn r
10c.
10c.
10c ll\u v V UiL* ?? ? jj?
10c. THERE'S WHERB THE COOL ll?C.
10c. BREEZES BLOW. Me.
10c. FIRST SUMMER OUTING FOR THE lOe.
10c. CHILDREN. SATURDAY, Jl'NE 21. 1<*\
10c. Hide the Little River, the Tom Thumb 10c.
10c. Railway, the Admiral Schley, and don't 1?K\
10c. forget the Chute. 10c.
10c. Ml SIC AND DANCING ALL DAY. lOe.
10c. Steamer Sam'l J. Pent* will leave her 10c.
10c. wharf, foot 7th St., 10 a.m., 2:15 and 10c.
10c. 6:45 p.m. 10c.
10c. Family Day rate of 10c. to all on the Ilk*.
10c. morning and afternoon trips. Evening loc.
10c. trip, regular fare, 25c. for the rouud 10c.
lOc. trip, will be charged. 10c.
10c.
lOc.
We. 10c. 10c. 10c. 10c. 10c. 10c. 10c. 10c. 10c.
Jej y-,jf ,^o
TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL
EXCURSION
_ OF THE.
CALEDONIAN CLUB
TO RIVER VIEW. FRIDAY. JINK 20. 1902.
ia ,?<'r Samuel J. Pentx leaves her wharf at
10 a.m., 2 and 6:30 p.m.: returning, leaves River
Mew at 12 noon. 5. 8 aud 10:30 p.m.
Usual Games at.d Prises for Children. Children
under eight years free.
TICKCTS? 25 Cents. Jel4 6t 14
Steamer T. V. Arrowsmith,
SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 5:40 F.U.
SUNDAY. JUNE 22, 8:45 A.M.
HOME AGAIN SUNDAY ABOUT 10 P M.
Tickets.
Saturday trip, 30-day limit, $1.00.
Sunday trip, good to return on day of Issue, 50c.
Colonial Beach Hotel now open. Hotel tickets,
good for one night's lodging, breakfast and dinner.
$2 and $2.50, sold by purser on steamer. Jel7-5t,25
'Ericsson Line Excursions'
ATTRACTIVE WATER ROUTE from BALTIMORE.
"Througn the canal to Philadelphia." Stopping at
great fishing gr?*usds at Beitertou, also Chester, Pa.
Fare from \\ ashlngton by li. aud O. to Baltimore,
thence Ericsson line to Philadelphia, siugle, $3;
round trip, $4.50. Returning all rail from Philadel
phia (B. and O.), $<i. Steamers sail dally except
Sunday, at 5 p.m. Day boat ?'very Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday, at 7:30 a.m. Tickets to Phila
delphia on sale in Washington at B. and (J. Ticket
Otlices. Also J. Splledt, 507 Pa. are., for Atlantic
City, Cane Mav, Aebury Park. Ocean Grove. I??ng
Branch, New ^ork, Albany, Troy and in>luts north.
Write for guide to CLARENCE SUR1VER. U.P.A.,
204 Light st., Baltimore, Md. Je5-tf-18
TO GREAT FALLS-STEAM PACKET LOUISE
leaves 32d and Canal Sundays. Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays at 8;3<j o'clock; round trip. 50c.
Also mule yacht, capacity of 2o0, can be char
tered at any time. Meals and refreshments
served at Great Falls Hotel* city prices. For
charters apply to JOHN R. MASON,
Jel7-6t* 1063 32d it. n.w.J 'phone West 197.
THE WEEMS STEAMBOAT CO. 1
Between Baltimore and Washington.
Leave Baltimore evei/ Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday from pier 9, Light at., at 5 p.m., arriving
In Washington early Monday, Thursday and Satur
day mornings.
Leave Washington every Tuesday, Thursday and
Sunday at 4 p.m., arriving in Baltimore every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings early.
These steamers are new and first-class In every
respect, with delightful state rooms and table un
surpassed. The trip from Baltimore every Satur
day at 5 p.m., arriving in Washington early Mon
day mornings, is especially commended. State
rooms can be eugaged in advance from STEPHEN
SON & BRO., Agents, 7th at. wharf. Telephone
Main 745. Je2-tf-l*
Observation Cars.
Dally and Sunday: 10 A.M.. 2 P.M. sod 4 P.M.
1,000 points of interest?2ft miles of sight-seeing
?expert rcide on each car?s pleasure to tourists?
s revelation to Washlngtonlans.
Rouud Trip, 00c.
Cars leave 141ft Q street northwest. mh28 tf-ll
FOR MOUNT VERNON,
ALEXANDRIA AND ARLINGTON.
EI.ECTRIC TRAINS, 8TAT10N 13* * PA. AYR
For Sit. Vernon, -very boor, week days, from 10
?.m. to S p.m.
For Alexandria cad Arlington every half boar.
Round trip to Mt Vernon, 60c. Round trip to
Alexandria, 25c. Round trip to Arlington. 20c.
Round trip to Mt. Vernon. Including Arlington and
Alexandria, 90c.
WASH.. ALEXANDRIA ft MT. VERNON HI.
ap30-12d
RAILROADS.
Trains leave from Pennsylvania Station.
8:00 P.M. 1>AILY?Cincinnati and St. Louis Spe
cial?Solid train for Cincinnati. Pullman Sleepers
to Cincinnati, Lexington, l^ouisville, Indianapolis
and St. Louis without change. Observation Parlor
Car to Cliftou Forge, daily except Sunday; connec
tion for Virginia Hot Springs daily. Dining Car.
Parlor Cars Cincinnati to Chicago.
11:10 P.M. DAILY?F. F. V. Limited-Solid
train for Cincinnati. Pullman Sleepers to < incin
nati, Lexington and Louisville without change.
Compartment Sleeper to Virginia Hot Springs
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; connection
daily. Dining Car. Sleepers Cincinnati to Chi
cago and St. Louis.
Reservation and tickets at Chesapeake and Ohio
office. 513 Pennsylvania avenue; <*t?? Fourteenth
street, near F. and at the station. Telephone call.
Main 1441. for Pennsylvania Railroad Cab service.
H. W. FULLER,
Telephone Main 1066. Geueral Passenger Agent.
Jel7
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Schedule corrected to Me.; 25. 1902.
Train* lesve from Pennsylvania Station.
6:01 a.ui. -Dally. Local tor liarrlaubtiurg, War
rcstoi.. Charlotte aud nay atatloua.
10:51 a.m. If ally. Washington. Richmond and
Florida Llxltcd. First-class cosches and drawing
room weeper to Jacksonville; 1'la. Diutug tar ser
vice.
11:15 a.m. Da ly. United Statea Fast Mall.
First-class cosches and drawing-room aleeper Ui
New Orleana. Dining car .ervlce.
11:37 a.m. Dally. Local tor Warren too and
Charlottesville.
4:01 p.m. Week Dags. Local for Harrisonburg
and war atatlona on Manassas branch.
4:30 p.m. Dally. Local lor Warreuton and Char
lottesville.
8:45 p.m. Dally. New York and Atlanta Ex
Sreas. First-class coach and sleeper to Atlantf;
londata. Wednesdays and Fridays, Sunset Route.
Tcurlst sleeper Waablngton to San Francisco. Pull
man buffet service.
0:50 p.m. Daily. New York and Florida Express.
Flrat-claaa coach and sleeper to Savannah. Jack
sonville and Port Tain pa; aleeper to Summerville.
Charleston. Augusta and connection (or Aiken.
Dining car service.
10:01 c.m. Dally. Washington snd Chattanooga
Limited (via Lynchburg). Flrat-ciasa coach and
sleeping car to Roanoke. Knoxvllle, Cha.tanooga
and Memphis: aleeper to New Orleans. Dining
car a-. rvlce.
10:45 p.m. Dally. Washington and Southweater*
Limited. All Pullman train, club and observation
cars to Atlanta and Macon; aleepers to Naahvllle.
Atlanta. Macon. Memphis, New Orleans. Dining
csr service.
TRAINS ON BLCEMONT BRANCH.
Lesve Washington week days. 8:10 a.m.. 1:00
p.m.. 4:35 p.m.. 4:49 p ro and 6:25 p.m. Latter
to Leesburi: only. Kunilaya or.ly, 0:01 a.a., 8:10
a.m. and 0:25 p.m. for Bluenmnt.
Thronch trails 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. dally. Local
trains from Harrisonburg. 11:37 a.m. week days
and 9:40 p.m. dally. From Charlottesville, 8:28
a.m. and 9:40 p.m. dally.
Tickets, sleeping car reservations and detailed
Information can be had at ticket offices, 705 15th
at.. 511 Pennsylvania avenne and Pennaylvanla
Station. Baggage checked through from hotels and
residences.
?Phone Main 1441. P K. R. Cab ftervle*.
c. H. ACKF.RT. General Manager.
S. H. TTARDWUJK. General l'asa'r Agent.
L 8. BROWN. Ucoara) Anst
"The Truth."
Least said,
Soonest mended.
CAF=FEE=NO
5 cents.
Headache Ended,
my6 76t -28
HATTHnAng. ^
Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
Ln.tr Washington. New Jersey are. and C ?t.
Chicago and .Nurtbwnt. *lu:6o a.m . ?? JO p m.
Cincinnati. St. Louis and Loulavlll*, ?lo 06 a.m..
?4:15 p.m.. *1.10 night.
I'Utsburi and CI. > eland, *10.50 a.m., *fc 43 p a.
and *1:00 nigbt.
Coluutiui and Whffllnj. *fl:20 p.m.
Winchester. tb:>5 a m , t4:16 ?ud tB.30 pa.
Luray. Rlvcrton, Frout Royal, Klkton, *4:16 p.m.
Ann*pol.a. t":8o. its SO. fll:6o a.m.. t? ?u,
|5:25 P m.
Hay 11 Ul*.' wi't days. '.M0 AM. aud 4:30 p m.
Sundays. t?:lo A M uud 1:45 I' M.
IMmM. llt.OO. tlo.fto a.m., |1:15, t4:30,
fC:20 p.m.
Haicnton, tio ne a.m. and to.80 p.m.
Boyd and ?ay points. ??:35. |?w a.m.. |1:18.
?4:80. t5:30. |10:1&. 111:30 p.m.
Galtherstmrg and way points. t*:SS. |P:00 a m.
?12 50 |1:?5. t?:*>. 14:30. *5:00, t?.8o, t? OS.
|T:20.' (10:15, ill :30 p.m.
Washington Junction and war point*. tS.35,
19:00 *.m., |1:15. t4:30, t5:30 p.m.
Baltimore. vee* da) a. *3:00. & .????. C.S0. 1 T 06.
7-80 *?:3>l. 8:35. *V:30, *10:00. 11:50 a ui.. *12:*)
noon, ll :35. *3:00. I4:00, *4:30. 4 85, *5: Of, 6.28.
*0:20. 0:30. ib.UO *10:00, *11.3l>. 11:35 p.ui. Sun
day*. *3:00. *i:i>5, 7:30. *8:30, *1' 00 a m.. *12:20..
1 15 3:00. *3:30. *5:o5, 5:25, 6:30. *8:00. *10:ou
*11.40, 11:35 p.m.
ROTAL m.rE LTNB.
All tralna llltiniluan^l with Plntsch light
Baltimore. Philadelphia. New York, l(->stofi in#
the Eaat, *3:00. *7 06 (diner), t8J0 (buffet). |t. iio
Miner). 110:00 (dlueri a.m.. *12:20 (diner), *3.00
("Royal Limited," diner), t4:00 (l'blla. ouly).
?5:()S (diner), *8:00 and *11:30 p m. (Sleeping
car open at 10:00 o'clock.)
Atlautlc City. 17:05, t!0:00 am.. 111.20 noon.
?3:(x) p.m.
?Dally. tExcept Sundaj. {Sunday only.
l Express tralna.
Rage age called for and checked from hotel* and
residences by L'nlon Transfer Co. on order* left
?t ticket office*. til? Pcunayhanls atenuc north
west. New York avenue and 16th street and at sta
tion. my 1*
SEABOARD AIR LINE RY.
CAPITAL CITY ROI'TB.
LEAVE WASHINGTON, r. K. U. STATION:
10:44) A.M. DAILY, SEABOARD FAST MAIL?
Th rough PulJman Weeper to Jtckaonrlllf. ????
netting at llamlet with l'viliuau 81eei?r to At*
HH.
7 P.M.. FLA. AND METROPOLITAN LIMITED
DAILY?Solid Train to Jiiokw>uvlltf. with Pull
man Drawing Room Slefper. Also Pullman
Hooper t?. Atlanta and OaH Hlrtu <'ar Idiilia.
Pullman Slseper Tueadiyn, Thursdays and Satur
days to Southern Pines (I'tnehurst i Tbw tralna
offer excel l?*u+ schedule* to Petersburg. Kaleigh.
Southern I*ln<?* (PlnehursO. Camden. Columbia.
Savannah, Jacksonville and all Florida points;
Charlotte, Athens, Atlanta, New Orleans. <'hatta
n<?oga. Nashville, all itolnt* seat snd southwest.
4:.K? A.M. DAILY. IjUCAL?To Petersburg. Ka
leigh. Southern Pines il'iuehurai), llawlvt aud.
intermediate polnta
Office: 1421 Penn. ive.
C. B. RYAN. W. H DOLT*.
Gen. Pass. Agt. Oen. Aft
Chesapeake Beach Railway
Trains leare District Une Station (reached Or
Columbia electric car.) as follows:
THKOUCH KXCLUS1UN TRAINS.
Week daya. 10:30. 11:30 a m., 2:30, 5:15 sod
7 p.tn
Sundars and Holiday*. P:1B. 1.0:80. 11:30 a.m.
1:30, 2:30, 3:30. 5:30. 7 and 8:30 p.m.
RBTI KMNQ, LfAVE Till!: BEAOR;
Week daya. 12:40. 2:30, B. 8 and 10 p m.
Sundays ai>d Holldaya, 12:40, 1:50, 8:00, 8:30,
6:50, 8. ? 10 and 10:80 p m.
TRAINS FUR IAJCAL POINTS LEAVE:
Week dbya, 8:15 a.m.. 5:15 p.m. liunduya, 6:15
a.m., 6:30 p.m.
A. U. LEWIS. O. P. A., 1420 N. *. in. n.w.
mySO-tf
aj
os An iliu? a?
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STREETS.
7:60 A M. dally. FtTTSBL'RO EXPRESS. ? I'artu*
and Dining Cars.lisrrl.l.urg to Plttabar(.
10:60 A.51. daily ' PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.?
Pullmao Sleeping. Dining. Smoking and Uhaer
?ation Cats liarrlaburg to Chicago, Cincinnati,
lndianapoll*. St. Lnula, Cleveland and Toledo,
BuCet l'arlor Car to Uarrlaburg.
10:60 A.M. dally. t'AST LINE.?Pullman Buffet
Parlor Car to Uarrlaburg- Buffet 1'arior Caa
liarrlaburg to Pitta burg.
3:80 P.M. dally. ClilCAUO AND ST. LOCIS fcX
1'EESS. ?Sleeping Car Waalungtun to St. Loula
and Sleeping and Dining Can liarrlaburg to In
dlanapulla, St. Luula, Luulavlll. (via CutclnnaU>
and Chicago.
7:15 P.M. dally. ST. L0C1S EXPRE8S.?Pulimaa
Sleeping Car Uarrlaburg to St. Loula.
7:46 P.M daUy. W ESTEUN EXPRESS -Pullmaa
Sleeping Car to I'lttaburg and Clucaga. Dining
Car to Chicago.
7:45 P.M. dally. CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI
EXPRESS.?Pullman Sleeping Cars Waablngtoa
to l'ltuburg, and Uarrlaburg to dereland aud
Clnclnnall. Dining Car.
10:40 P.M. dally. PACIFIC EXPUESS.-Puilmaa
Sleeping Car Lo Plttatxug.
7:50 A.M. dally. BUFFALO DAT EXPRESS, wit*
Ibrougb Broiler Buffet Parlor Car and Cvacb?a is
Buffalo. Tla Emporium Junction.
7 ^0 A.M. lo* Eana, Canandalgua, Rocbeater and
Niagara Pal la, dally except Sunday.
10:60 A.M. tor Zlmlra and Beaoeo dally eicept
Sunday. For Wllilamaport dally, 8^0 P.M.
7:16 P.M. dally. BUFFALO MOUI EXPRESS.
* I lb tbrougb Buffet Sleeping Car and CoavSca
to Buffalo, via Emporium Junction.
7:45 P.M. dally for Erie; fur Rocbeater. Buffs la
aud Niagara Fall* dally cxcept Saturday, wit*
Sleeping Car W asbiugtun to Rocbeater.
10:40 P.M. for Erie, Canaadalgua, Rocbeater, Buf
falo and Nlngara Falls dally. PulUuan Sleeping
Car Wasblugton to Rochester, Saturday* only.
4 :oo P.M., "Congressional Limited,"
Drily for New York, all Parlor Cars, wits Din
ing Car from Baltimore.
For Philadelphia, New York and ths
East.
Eipreaa. 7.00 (Dining Car), 7:67 (Dln.ng Can.
8:lo (Dining Car), 0:00, 10:00 iDlnlng Car),
10:25 and 11:00 (Dining Car from Wilming
ton) A.M., 12:4k, 8:15, 4:50 (Dining Car froia
Baltimore), 6:50, 10:00 P.M., 12:10 nigbt. Ua Sun
days. 7:00 (Dining Car), 7:57 (Dining Car), 6:10
(Dining Car). 8.-00, 10:26. 11 .-00 (Dining Car
from Wilmington; A.M., 12:16, 8:16, 4:5ti (D.u.ng
Car from Baltimore!. 6.60. 10:00 P.M.. 12.1?
nigbt.
For Phlladelpbla only. Eipreaa. 7:45 A.M . 12.13
P.M. week-d?ya. 2:01. 4:10 and 6:40 P.M. daily.
For Boston, wltboet change. 1:45 A.M. week-day*
snd 4:60 P.M. dally.
For Baltimore, 6.10.6:16, 7:00. 7:46, 7:60.7:67.6:10.
6:00. 10 00. 10:26. 10:60. 11:00 A.M.. 12:15. 12:16.
1.20, 1:28, 2:01, 315, 3:30 (4:00 Limited. 4:10.
4:20, 4:33, 4:60. 6 40, 6:16, 0:50, 7:15, 7:45. 10:00.
10:40. 11:35 P.M. and 12:10 nigbt. On Sundays.
7:00. 7:80. 7:57. 6:10. 8:00, 0:06. 10:25. 10.50.
11:00 A M.. 12:15. 1:16. fcOi. 8:15. 8.30 (4:tW
Limited), 4:10, 4:20, 4:50, 6:40, 6:10. 6:60. 7:16.
7:45. 10:00, 10:40 P.M. and 12:10 night.
For Topea Creek Line. 7:45 A.M. and 4:33 P.M.
week-daya. Sundays, 6:06 A.M.
For Anna poll*. 7:50 A.M.. 12:15 and 4:20 r U.
week-daya. Sunday*. #^)6 A.M. and 5:40 P.M.
For Atlantic City.
??ATLANTIC CITY SPECIAL" 120 P.M. weak
daya. italic vestibule train, Pullman BulTet rar
lor Car* aud Coaches through to Atlantic City.
Via Delaware RI.er Bridge, only all-rail route.
12:45 P.M. weekday*. 4:10 P.M. and 12:10 nigbt
dally.
Via Market Street Wharf. 6:00 (Saturday only).
10:26 A.M.. 12:1* *** ?:*? P M. week-day*.
12:10 nigbt dally.
Ticket office*, corner Fifteenth and O atreet*.
and at the atatloa. Wxtk and B street*, wkera
orders can k* left tar tka chacktag at baggage ta
destination trow hotel* aad realdeacaa.
Till tilina* call "1641" far Feaaarlraala Esilroal
Cab Berelca.
J. B. B L'TCU INSON, J. B. WOOD.

xml | txt