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THE WASHrSTGTOlN" TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 18 95.
S&QMS V ami Eleventh Sis. Storage Warehouses d St uoar 5L -W a t e r Coolers, Water Filters, Re frigerators, Ice Chests these are four of our warm. - weather specialties. And we're proud of our stock of them. Water Conlors at $159 and more. Watorllltera at S2 50 and more. Ice Cheats at St 50 and mora Kofrigeraiora at $5 03 and more In each case a PER FECT variety including every desirable style. Cunning handiwork in solid gold and silver. Exquisitely set gems. Diamonds in perfect tings, for the fingers, set the hair, the bosom. Buckles, Studs, Waist Sets, Combs, Brushes, etc. C IT DAVISON, Jowelor, 11U5PSLX. W. You'll be wise to let us do your washing. TOLMAN STEAM LATJNDItY, etli and C streets K W. -There's nothing too large nothing too small for us to print We print perfectly, too. r.lcGILL & WALLACE, Printers. lie? K htreet h W 'Phone. 15U to buy 3our hot weather clothes. Don't think this little spell of coolness means 3011 are going to have it cool for long. Soon the sizzling, burning, perspiring heat will make 3011 wish you were dressed in one of our elegant Serge Suits at $10, $12, or $15. I Duck Pants are cheap. Sersre Coats are cool and cheap. THe Mier 738 71& st Absolutely Painless Dpntistry 1IAM:ES and Ira- m provoments are al- ri waystakiuc piaco la Dontlstry as in other things We to adopted tho biggest improvement in Dentistry yot known that of using a method which rendors ovory den tal operation pain le&b without causing sleep I.stra-ting, 60c Othor charges propoitloaak DUUIP Hf DERTAL PARLORS. 1217 Penn. Avenue N. W. 9 No Cooler Light Than 9 ticuti tiLy-- and no safer, choaper or more roliablo power. Call U6 up when you think ot 9 n putting 111 o.thor. we lur- V liisuiuocunonionir ? U.S. Electric Lighting Co. 13 Hill ST K W Theme, 77 OO-O-O- OG- S 03S3 NO FEE UNTIL CURED. DR. CZARRA, G02 F Et. nw., Washington. D. O. Treats H chronic, nervojs and blood dls rase alcohol i6iu and opium habit SPE CIALTY Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Piles Fistula. Stricture. Ac PRIVATE Diseases pojutivel and permanently cured. Lost JAantooiKi restored. Consultation free- Office uqur6 0 to 12 a m , 2 to 5 30 p m , G 30 to S p in . Sunday. 4 to 7 p. m $SL 2 EDITION . Reedy FOR JVLY The first edition v.c? rofd out m the Czy of publication. 10 CENTS A COPY S.S.McCLURE, -"CS""' K3s 13 JS I I: . , .i . ........... ,. B-m f-."l.'UJ!-. l-'IBj ' 'R T fl "nermaa'3." i I Not 1 Too gsd THEIB DAILY 81 Anacostia Car Drivers Again Tie Up the Road. DEMAND LIVING WAGES Placed tlio Cars Crovl.o Upon tlio Tracks and Then Waited on Presi dent firlnu old to Secure tin Increase ol l'ny Citizens Pledge Their Sup port and the Men Will IJo Peaceful. The cmplojcs of tlie Anacostia Railroad are again out on a strike In support or an appeal for an advance in -wages. There are tblrtj-one men involved in the elrike. and llioy are practically a unit, not more than two or three boinjr in favor of a return to work on the company terms, and neither or tlicBe, with one exceptiou, have been outspoken. The exception is Silas Nekton, -who was last night diEcovercd in an attempt to influence others to his views and as a penalty was straightway expelled from the union. The incident transpired at the close of the public meeting held iu Anacostia, ivhen Newton -was overheard making overtures to some of his comrades. Upon being Parsed with it, and with having been u consultation with Mr Gnswold while the meeting was in progress, he admitted that it was true, nnd thereupon President Lawrence called together a meeting of the union and Nekton was unanimously voted out. pi;Aci;ruL strike Tlio strike is declared by the men di rectly interested, ns veil nb by the offi cers aud members of the organization, to bo n btnetly peaceful one It is a dignified refusal or the men to continue longer m iLe t-erviee of the coiiip.in at the rate of wages received, and no at tempt eiept through persuasive methods will, it is said, bo made lo preeut other men from taking their places It is their confident belief, however, that tho company will rot Iv able to se cure a new rorce upon any terms so long as tbev maintain their present ntt'tude Tlio dmera evidently Imvi- the sjinpathy of the Anacostia public, .is fchown b the action of a Iaigu assemblage or citizens t Haines Hall last night, and they are activelv supported by the union, whieh pledged its. h:c! m advance in whatever course the drlvcis should elect to take It is an open secret Hint the strike w ould lwve occurred two months or more ago hud It not been Tor the conservative infju euce ot tho union bur fin.UI. the officers Tlie Tie-Up on slate, tlio organization could "hold out no longer aiMiiisi ibu nieu'o appeals for support in Uieli fletunndo lot bread " The movement was quietly consummated about S o'clock jestvrday niorulng The employes left the meeting ut Hunch's Hall Tuutbday ulht about 11 o'clock Ttiey had the assutanie or sjmpatli. and but little was neccbejry to perfect their plans When two or three trips hud been made tho plans were completed, and as fat u& the cars reached Missouri nenue. near Tour and a half street houtuuest, the were lifted from the inul.tj and placed crots wise of tho roiidbcd to block travel ASSAULTED BY OUTSIDERS. Tlio ailair unt without t-peo.il incident except that two men, said not to bo con npctod with the road. assHiited a colored man named Nelson Grecu, who was return ing one of the car to the stables No arrests have been made, although it la understood that the police hae the names of the men who committed tlie assault and that warrauisforthoir arrest will be sworn out to day President Giiswold says lie has n number of mon ready to Jnke out cars when he choosAs lo resume operations, aud that he will have all the help he wauts Citizens or Anaconia practically said at th meeting last night that they would refuse to ride on Mr Grlswold's cars until tho old force is restored at the demanded advance in wages As a further moe ment in aid of the strikers It was announced that a paper bearing that pledge will be circulated today and It was confidently staled that the majority of the people of the community will sign it. It is understood, also, Uiar Sir Samuel G Eberly is to be approached to day with a request that he extend his herdio line from its piesent southeast terminus to Anacostia, and either this scliemo or one that contemplates a Hue of free busse from the Nay Yard to Hillsdale will It is thought be adopted The strikers hate been informed by the compauy that unless they return to work by 8 o'clock this ceniug their places will be filled by others In response to this tlie men declare their purpose ot remaiuiug out until the demand ot $1 50 per day Is conceded MEN OF ALL WORK The employes on the Anacostia cars serve as both conductors nnd drivers They are required to look after the interests of passengerst collect fares. niaKo change, drive the team and "watch the corners' to avoid passing a possible patron They work from thirteen to fifteen hours for wages that aerage from SI 09 to $1 25 per day They say tuQy can endure this state of affairs no longer Word or the strike was sent to President H A Griswold aud he soon had men at the scene bringing in the cars Some ot the drivers assisted and in a short while every car was under the shed and the residents of the town were aware ot another tie up The committee from the union, composed of Messrs Carey, Gwynne and Taylor, met President Griswold, and requested that he advance the men's wages to $1 B0 per day. This Mr. Griswold refused to do, and he was Informed the strike would last uulll the demands were acceded to. Plaus were then formed for a meeting to be lield In TTfiltina TTnll nt: R rVlnlr n m 4UJM.U...I. A.M.. MW W W W.V.M 1'. M. "Word had been passed along the line that President Griswold would start cars during the afternoon, using new drivers In anticipation of trouble the police were notified, and In an hour Lieut McCathran had the Anacostia police force stationed in the little substation, ready for any emer gency. There tvqb no trouble, however. Bloekndlnir tlio Trnclt Any Suit or Pair of Pants in the house at a third kss than marked prices during our rebuilding sale just to sell as many of them as possible before the work men reach our first floor. Everything's included black goods aud all ex cepting the "extreme heat" weights such as Alpacas Skeleton Serges and the like. Men's Suits. f 5 00 for all Hint woro $7 CO $6 t)7 for all that woro $10.00 J&00 foi all that wtuo SI-' 00 S'" Ol) Tor all that w oro $13 5'J 6-1U 00 for nil that woro 15 03 J13 S5 for all that w ei e $20 00 Men's Pants. $1.35 ror nil tint woro $2.00 $i00 lor all that or S3 0J $- 07 for all that woro $4 00 $3 'J5 for all that woro $5 00 $100 for all Hint woro SO 00 00 fur all that woro $7.50 Cor. 711 HUE Sis. H.W. No IJranch Stoic in This City. and ever j thing passed of f i u an orderly man ner Toward evening little groups or men formal ni the corner of Monroe and Harri son st reels, aud the knot of ear men in Haines Hall soon became an active, ener getic crowd oflnhorsvmpathiers MEETING AT NIGHT At 8 o'clock sharp. President Lawrence of tho Street Railway I'niective Union, called the meeting to order, aud staled the object of the gathering Air Trank Ueni w.is then Introduced, and soon had tho crowd cheering. "There Is but one praer," he said, "and that praer is Tor daily bread, but one petition, and that for the necessaries of life "lVr the sake of humanity," he con tinned, 'stand firm We will succeed in downing tins man, who. fiom ni per poind obseratloti brlie' to be the most: soulless mid godless mati I have eei dealt with I ,u hrbt counseled against a Mrikoy but m heart tailed me when I saw It c uccebStty 'We know thai when Mr Griswold be came prt'sident of the road he w.is not a wiallliy man. imw he acknowledges he owns $G0 ,000 or the stock in the load The union has come to the assistance of our brethren, ami will contribute every dollar in its ta-asury to make Hie strike a succesi "Now . I wish to uiiiiounce that the union will run eoaclns to the Navy Yard free of Loulslnnn Avenue chnrge They win emrt from Washington stroet at 7 a m . and stop at 8 p m At present this arrangement is intended to betempornry, hucit nm become permanent " Dr George 1 1. inner was introduced, and ncUocatc'd the charglug of a regular faro Tor the ride In the coach He counseled the people to refuse to patronize the street oars while the strike Is on SYMPATHY WITH STRIKERS Lawjer John Mos declared himself in Bjmpatuj with the t-trlkers, and counseled orderliness mid firmness "Stand where you uro." he bald, "aud, ir ticcenryf let tho rond go down Tho company tins but oue pocket." he concluded, "aud all tho money goes into that pocket " Mr James Trainer, a. member or Hie union, opened up with a rod hot speech against President Griswold Messrs B Bryan. L H Cole, W Mnrden Kin,:. George Gray, and R B Buckley, residents of Anacostia nnd identified with the Citizens' As-odntiou, eacti made brief t.jmpnthetio speeches It nab further suggested (hat a com mittee be appointed to confer with the District Commissioners with reference to the alleged violation of tho company char tor bj running it's cars without conductors This last (suggestion was referred to tho Citizens' Association, a call for a special meeting of that body, signed by tho requisite number ot members. hning ucon presented to president H A. Linger and rcteicd his nppioval The meeting will be held in ITasonie Hall at 7 p in an hour berorc the drivers assemble, and tho action of tjic aesociotiou w ill bo communicated to the strikers At a regular meeting of Eccentrio As sociation ot Engineers, local assembly 4S9G, K of L , held jestcrday afternoon, reso lutions were adopted expressing sympathy with the car dmcrs and pledging not to rido on the cars as long as tho strike is on Get your Cabinet Plioto Tiee. Mertz Makes Medicine. "Warms: Surpassing Soda in clean, dry glasses at our magnifi cent fountain. A perfect prescription de partment. Patent Medicines at whole sale prices alwars. Everything cheaper than anywhere else. Modern Pharmacy, 11th and F Sts. N. W. Essen Bres, Sfe MERTZ'S Of all the fakes IMAGINABLE, of all tlie scliemes that human skill can devise, in order to SKIN THE PUBLIC, this city has been and is still the victim. Some firms have not only had one fake sale, but TWO and THREE this season. These very finiis are the foremost to cry down visiting fakirs who come to town; and why? So they will have a better op portunity to ,do the faking THEMSELVES, and possibly catch a few more dollars. To hear them talk they are always doing a TREMENDOUS business, and although they have a GOOD force of salesmen, they never have enough to wait on the great crowds of buyers, yet they change sales right along. Does this look consistent? We have them all around us, but we .move along just as smoothly as ever. Those who have dealt with us know the difference between our way of doing business and theirs, and that is telling a good tale for us. Every day some customers send their friends, and they in turn send others, so this shows the straightness of our business, and the manner in which we are building up a solid reputation. We MANUFACTURE our clothing, and RETAIL it at the WHOLESALE price, but during this SPECIAL SALE every Mail's, Boy's and Child's Suit, also Men's Pantaloons, have been reduced from 10 to 30 per cent BELOW the wholesale price. of our $25 and $23.50 Suits . These goods have been sold elsewhere for $30 and $35. All of our $22.50 and $21 Suits . . . SPECIAL SALE These goods have been sold elsewhere for $25 and $2S. All of our $15 and $13.50 Suits . . . SPECIAL SALE These goods have been sold elsewhere for $20 and $22. All of our $12.50 and $12 Suits . . . SPECIAL SALE These goods have been sold elsewhere for $15 and $IS. All of our $10, $8.90 and $8.50 Suits . . SPECIAL SALE These goods have been sold elsewhere for $12, $13.50 and $15. Wholesale and Reta.il TVlanofactLjring Clothiers, 403 and 405 SEVENTH STREET Northwest. FREE LIBRARY VERY SOON Articles of Incorporation Filed for the Washington Society. Steps to HoTinnioill.tteiy Taken to Tut tlieKntorprNeUiioiml'ructical unci SulJ-Uijitinl rooting. The establishment i of a free library and reading room for Washington seems to lie much nearer at hand than has been supposed The stand taken by the Board or Trade against what its members con sidered hasty action It was thought had postponed any further moemeut until rail at least Een the member t of the Washington Dbiarj Association were not agreed as to the leasibihij ol plan-j for early action Vice President W II Lowdermilk said onlj Inst week that it seemed beat to wait aud lay the matter before Congress A law could then be passed providing for a light tax for the maintenance of the library, and probably an appropriation niitninerl for the erection ot a suitable building All would then have an equal interest in the library and tf-cl free to UsO it But so pressing is the need or a place for clerks in the departments and others to gather and read artcr 1 p m , when thev are Tree from work, but all the libraries, including the Congressional, closed, that a number of pentlcmen in terested b.rve decided not to wait any longer Thev have over S10,000 al ready subscribed, aud feel that a begin ning should be made now ArrordincH articles of incorporation. Udrawn up and signed on July 1. were filed yesterdav They glc me name asu ington rrec Librar Society" to tbclr or ganization and fit tho term of its ex istence nt ninety nine years Their intention is to establish and main tain for educational purposes a library and reading-room open to the public. It is to be in charge of nue trustees for the first jear Among the incorporacors aic um A.W GrteU. Judge llaguer, Messrs Wrood wardi Lothrop.Mr E Francis Riggs. the banker, and Mr Gardiner G Hubbard The full list is as follows A W Greelj , A B Hngner, Gardiner G Hubbard. Joseph Iv. McCammon. Francis Colron, Robert Graig, William A. DeCaiudry, Helen L McL Kim ball S W Woodward, A M Lothrop, Josephine A. Clark, Rufus H Th.tjer, C Hart Mernam. Dr. Robert Rejburn, Oliver L IMssig.audE FrancisRiggs Sa o Taylor's Life. Editor Times -Accept my sincere con gratulations upon jour earnest efforts in jour crusade for the right not the least im portant endeavors in which direction jou are making iu the case of Thomas J Ta- lor. nowundersen tenceof death forwiremurder. God bless and sae a man who loed his wife and child and home" He never meant to depme himself b a malicious act, of the one human being whom he loed best on earth. And God ha e mercy on a woman (gone to her account) who could ha e sworn to love, honor and obey a man "until death do us part," aud could then iiave dn en him to a frenzied act, by pretending ueithcr to love him nor to appreciate his whole-souled love, if een she had not been criminally guiltj. as generally supposed. T sincerely trust that j our efforts may be successful aud I am working as best I can, with a petition, to swell the numbers alieady under waj At present I am at home ill, but I will do wh.it r can. needing no stronger incentive than jour editorial of the 27th Inst , for T have been a long-time suoseriuer eo j our val uable paper, and in hearty co-operauon with all -vour good work. If I were only able to be about,' 1 could make a showing worthv of remark, hut ns it is, I will be glad to go so fa rhs possible. Please kindly ailM'JC me as to the names of Mr. Tajlnr's atlornejs, as I would like to know full pirticulars as to'time allotted for securing names to petition I am. sir, very re spectfully, 'MAGGIE V. BENNER, fVo.lTQstreetuorthwcst. Asks For Letters of Administration. Mis. Emily Be T. Smith, of Bristol, England, has liled a petition tor letters of administration upon the estate of her husband, Jasper Smith, who died jn May last. The executors under the will have declined to act and she asks that the National Safe Deposit, Savings and Trust Company be named to administer, but if the other heirs at law object she will maintaiu her own right. The property consists of ?G0,000 in railroad bonds, cash in tank and securities. Col. Joyce's Locals. The first edition of Col. Jojce's book, "Jewels of Memory," has been sold In one week and another hasbeen ordered. - o Loan Association Incorporated. The Capitol Real Estate Loan & In vestment Association No. 2, wa3 incor porated yestorday by T. A. Duffy, D. Cou ncil, John Fitzmier, Wm. O.Donnell, W. M. Becker, Wm. McGuire and C. M. Davis, The capital stock is $1,D00 iu $10 and $5 shares. Get your Cabinet Photo Free. A&WWjdWi----ii T A U One Thousand Dollars for Eecapture of Escaped Post Office Burglars. rostiiinster General Indlsniint That Tlicir Escnpo Wn-., Effected iii" IlintH nt Collusion of Offieiuls. Post-office Department officials arc a good deal disturbed bj- the escape of the three post office thieves frcm tac Ludlow street Jail jesterdaj- morning. Their ar rest had been effected only with a great deal of trouble and it was a hcavj disap pointment to learn that they were once more at liberty. Postmaster General Wilson was indignant at the turn of affairs "I do not know w hat the legal aspects of the matter are," he taid. "nor Just waat sort of a jail the Ludlow street is. Conse quently I cannot fay whether anj" nionev damages can be made against anjone. Tho question of responsibility will be strictly investigated I will do all I enn to effect the rearrest or the men I bae offered a reward of $1,000 each for their capture The post-office insictors and any one who desires to get the reward no doubt w ill -tne to win it. I know no otherstens that I can take. 1 have written to United States Dis trict Attorney Wallace McParland at Jew York on the subject." Get your Caliinet Photo Free. Inquest in tlio Murder Cao Coroner Hammett will hold an inquest oer the body ot Matthew Speuell, tlie colored man who was shot and killed Thursday afternoon by Patsy Harnss in Georgetown, as told in jesterda's Times The police think tli.it Harris had cry slight provocation for bis action, and gen erally discredit the storj that Speuell at tacked him with a razor. Speuell was thirty five years old, and leaves a wire and one child Last or the Safe mowers' Cnso. Marion Brandon. Harrv- Candler's colored cook, who is held for contempt of court In refusing to appear to testify in the case against Auffort and Bepmond for robbing the Washington Steamboat Company 'ssafo on April 1 last, is still in jail It was oxpectedshe w ould be brought before Judge Colo j-esterdny, but Mr Bimey was out of tho city and t he case was not called. "Billy" Williams called at the marshal's offieoaud got his witness fees in the case. $10.00 To Niagara Fulls 3IOOO and Return. The B & O R R will commence a scries or popular excursions to Niagara Tails on July 8, at rate of $10 for the round trip, tickets being limited for return to ten days from date of sale. Special train of parlor cars and day coaches will leave B & O depot, Washington, at 8 10 a m July 8, running via Philadelphia and the famous Lehigh Valley route, arriving at Niagara Falls at It p m same day. Stop overs returning will be permitted at Rochester, Geneva, BurdettUWatkins Glen), and Mauch Chuuk. Get your Cabinet Photo Free. je- ! p WdWf fflwwWr t)v) VvJk ifc -l.ZsVk li,T . . SPECIAL SALE FORMER PARTNERS FOUGHT Trouble Between Men Who Once Jointly Owned the Swiss Laundry. C. O. TTuston Arrested on the Charge of Attomptins to Kill Thomas II. Mnrwliull Lively Scenes. A livelv gathering of interested spec tators witnessed an altercation jesterday morning lietween Charles O Weston and Thomas M Marshall, both ot whom were at one time jointly interested in the bwiss Steam Laundry, of No 1307 F street northwest The trouble resulted in Weston's arrest on a warrant sworn out by Marshall, charging liim with assault with intent to kill . and IrTa warrant being sworn out for Marshall by Westou, which, has not yet been served Charles O Weston appears in the city directory as a lessee, evidently ot the Swiss Steam Laundry, and it seems that until a short time ago Marshall was In partnership with him The two dissolved, how ever, and In the division of the property arose the trouble Marshall started a rival laundry next door to the orrice of the Swiss laundry, and ran it under the same name. Westwn claims that Marshall annoyed him in various ways, pulling uown his signs several times ,and making things as generally unpleasant as possible Marshall also claims, it seems, that Weston had some sturt in the original orrico which belonged to him, and yester-da- he got three other men and went into the laundry orrice to take it out. Going behind the couuter he proceeded to tear down tho shelves, and Weston, findmg that remonstrauco was of no avail, drew an empty revolver from a drawer and pointed it at the intruder. Marshall, however, instead of getting frightened, seized the revolver and, wrench ing it rrom Weston's grasp, began to beat him over the head with it. The two were finally separated and Marshall went to t he pobcecourt and swore out a warrant for Weston He stated there that he went into Weston's orrico t get some things that belonged to him, when tlie proprietor made a murderous assault on him with a revolver Weston's Trlcuds advLsed him also to get out n warrant for Marshall, charging him with assault, and he was going to do that when the other warrant was sene-d on him by Policeman Warren, or the First precinet Weston wa taken to the .station house and he gave bonds m the sum ot S..000 for his appearance in the police court this morning The general sentiment of those who wit nessed thearr.nrsec in- to be that the wrong man was arrested, and the probabilities: are that more will come of it Mountain nnd 5-"en-.ldo llcsorts. The B and 0. R It Co has on sale at all principal offices a complete line ot tourist tickets to all the watering place, seaside and mountain resorts in the eastern Slates and Canadian Dominion. -Cor rates of fare and information In detail call upon nearest B and O agent or write to Ctiarleo O. Scull, general passenger agent, Baltimore, Md. THE ORATION. W" 3 $20.00 $18.00 $12.00 $10.00 $7.50 Factory and Salesroom, 402-404 Penn St., Reading, Pa. "White Ducks" For Rent. 98 pair shapely-cut White Duck Trousers, They are all empty and we wast 98 desirabla tenants to move in at once. Ahfa leaso gxvea forSL50. Coats of coolne3s to go With thcra Serge Coata with Vests 6. 50 high grade Serge forra fitting. Negligee Shirts for SI that'll FIT and perfectly, too. Francis, fgfc APPARKL, MK Do Aim foab Walker & h. Walker Jt VLyi id. HIC, C Co. s Successor MAY GO OUT HONORABLY. Gen. Ordwny Is 'Willing- to M-ter Out the Individual Fenelble-. EverytbiBp was very quiet arooad tbe Fencibles, quartera m the armory last mgbs although Gen. Ordway's actios in etmbawl mg the famous company remains tbgosip of the guard. Few ot Cant roomer's wen have cared to visit the armory during tbe past two days and tbir cosy little apart ments looked almost deserted. Nothing ba3 yet boen donelooki&g to the removal of tne personal effects of the dis banded company, although it is Utoogbc that their property will be taken from the armory in a few days. , One thing that Has soothed the mird of every Fencibie is that an order teas been issued from headquarters stating that every man can obtaman honorable discharge from the National Guard if he so desired. It is thought that the majority, if not all ttoe men, will take advantage of this oppor tunity. It is also thought that the Fencibtes wSl become an independent company, as soon asthemenareabletoobtaintheirdBctoarge The only ttungtliatstandamthe way of tbis movement is, asstatedby a guardsman, the fact that, by the laws of the several States, as an Indeiiendent company they wouhl not be allowed to carry arms across the Dis trict line, except upon a permit rrom tfee governor or the State to be crosses. It is the custom in such cases to refer the application to the adjutant general of the State iroui which the troops start, for hie indorsement. For the District, Gen. Ord way acts and it la saiel he will never an provo an application coming from the Feneibles. Highwaymen Not Located. The men who attempted to Wow p and Tob the money train on the Metropwtan branch of the Baltimore & Otera, Hear Washington Junction last Tuesday fright, are still at large, jn spite of the efjferta ot the company's detectives ana the toenl polite. Train Service to neholioth. Commencing July G, train leaving Waa- 'nglon " Ol p. m. wtek days, will have connection through to Reboboth, arriving ;here at S O p. m. Got yonr Cabinet Photo Free. Now York Herald.