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T2XB 3&QHNIK"3- TIlttES, SATURDAY, MAT 30, ISOw.
irsirsTnrirttnnrinrtiTSTnnrtt
S3J0 of all deafness is caused by
Catarrh. To cure your
Catarrhal !
c
I Deafness
' first cure your catarrh with Booth's
I Hyomei " Pocket Inhaler Outfit, c
the Australian " Drj'-Air treatment. c
I "CURES BY INHALATION." c
At all druKgms, f i oo, or at office. Consul- 5
" ationfrcc. Scud iar
free paraph ct.
R. T. BOOTH,
23 E. ?Ot cr. New York.
3
TOW L.LXI3N SUITS,
$3.50
ALL-WOOIi BLUE
SEUG1S COATS,
$2.98
WHITE DUCK PASTS,
98c
Garner & Co., 1
otrtiirrrjiN w
Cor. 7th & H Sts. nw. g
S0SSX9
$ Cool Breezes
Makes the hoi v.e.it ei boarab'eby
making out house ami oitlcc .is cool
a--possible Llcctuc li lit is much
cooler than ga light a. id niiicli bet
ter. An elect! ic la i mI1 make an
oflicc cool .mil comfoi tab'o.
'Phone us or drop us a postal If
ou want uoucr for a f. m or can en t
f.r light.
U. S. Electric Lightinff Co.,
213 14th St. 'Phone, 77.
Custom-made Suits at S15 and
Trousers to order at $5 are the
magnets that draw men here this
-week. Morton C. Stout & Co.,
1112 F street
iiuntj:k ant bookjilndehh
EXLUlhlO.N I III VI ING.
When joii've-ct tlics date forth it annual
excursion Itt ngic you an estimate on the
cost of pi litms tlw tickets, circulars, pro
gram, etc
tjnick. accurate, attractive work assured
ri'rt I l '- WALLAOi, Pi-it--..
1107 E street northwest. 'Phone 1712.
Stormont & Jackson,
fflsiers m Binders. 522 12m St. 8.1.
, ELECTRIC FANS
And Electric Lights for Little Money,
- AT
JOHN R. GALLOWAY'S,
E29 lOlh NL K W. l'hoiif 280.
TDMES best makes expcrtlv fitted.
ImUjo fischer. o-B-th
3S0E33SSSGX1X3SSS3G)
Did tlie storm break your
Windows? I have a special force
of men who can co to Ton on short 3
notice and do the needed repairs. 8
Perhaps the paint pot rnboed off 8
yonr house. THE HODGKU? MODEL g
PAHTT is the best in the market J
today, and I sell it reasonably, too.
CHA5. E. HODGKIN,
I Phone 287. 913 7th St. IT. "W.
53eSSXSS3SSX33S3e33 L
A DELICIOUS BEVERAGE
At aU ScSa Fountains
Fortifies the system against the
ravages of summer heat and pre
vents sunstroke. Promotes diges
tion and makes eating a pleasure.
Pen-Kola is the discovery of Mr.
A.. "W". Stewart, a well-known New
ifbrk chemist, and is compounded
from the celebrated Kola-Nut
whose wonderful effect in stimulat
ing the action of the heart and ton
ing up the nervous system is well
known to medical science; pepsin,
the greatest digestive in the world,
and phosphates.
Professor Elliott, the noted botan
jst of London, declares that "One
Kola-Nut will enable a man to dis
pense with food and drink and sup
port great fatigue for 24 hours."
Bottles for Home Use, 75 Cents.
DR. LOOK,
Specialist in all
c) hmrn
u
Of
1
Rupture. Va
ricocele, blood
and nervous dis
eases. We enre
orno charge. Xo
operations, fccjt
arate iorni for
women. Consul
tatious ftce
Hour-, 11 a, m
too p.m.; Thurs
day, 11 a. m to'
7iW p. in.: Sun
div.lOto 12 a. in.
HIS G -t n. vv.
"Coiiiole
i
Manhoo
How to Attain It."
A Wonderful Xew
Medical Boofc.wrltten
for Men Only. One
copy may bo had free
on application.
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
BUFFALO. N.Y.
dw
Drink pg
3 True
N Ionic
sw vr w
EscV
H EIRE'S IEST
Queer Find Made in It by Three
Washiiiglonians.
SNAKE AND DECOY DUCKS
Three of the Wooden Fowls IIiulHcen
Carried Off by the Patent Hlrdn
2fest WuhSovonty-flvo Feet; Up In u
Tre and a I-.lvoHIaeltMi.iUo FoutrltL
tho Adventurous Intruder.
A monster black snake was found on
Saturday last in the top of a pine tree
seventy-rive feet high on the famous Red
Top Farm near Quautlco. In the top or
the same tree wete found three of the
decoy ducks which had been used by
President Cleveland n lib ducking expe
ditions near Quanlico, but these two in
cidents arc not the most interesting in
an adventure in which a party of Wasn
inglonians captured on the dny named
three bald eaglets which are uownnexlnbi
tion at the northwest corner of K.)t Cap
lotl and Fourth streets.
The part was comprised of Mr. II. T. L.
Hoyle, druggist at Easi Capitol and Fourth
streets; Dr. Drury, chief of the- medical
diviMon in the Bureau of Pensions; Air.
Nelson Conrad, hon of Capt. Conrad, of
Kasl Capilol street, and owner of Round
Toil furm; and Mers. Lehre and Kins
low, wo-knu'ii on the farm.
Ihe expediUo'i was organized to capture
the jounsr eagles, t.ieir ejne having been
dlscoered bj Mr. Knislow. Mr. Uoyle
an 1 lr J)rt.i are devoted to adeuturous
sport of this kind and uotli hae the rep
utation of being dead snots. The principal
provision taken from Washington for the
visit to the nest were climbing spurs winch
were borrowed from a telegraph company,
n fishing line, and two hundred feet of
stout rope.
BUILT HIGH IN THE AIR.
The tree in tie top of which was the
nest is one or the glant-s of the Virginia
forest. Tline or the partj could not em
brace it from finger tip to finger tip. and
it was Miliscqueiitlj found that the first
limb was .it a distance of 5'tj-fie fee
from Hie ground. The remaining limbs
and trunk weie estimated to be about HI
teen or twciiu reet higher, the limbs being
grouped about the fop somewhat like the
eocoaiiut palm. ,1 not infrequent formafon
of these great trees.
After Home ain attempts the fishing
line to w Inch was attached the rope was
thrown oer the first limb, and out of it
was formed a loop, m which Mr. HoIe
was to make the ascent. Mr Ilojle was
obliged to use a section of a grape Miie
which was thrown around the trunk to
enable him to support himself in the loop
as he went up. Thm, equipped he readied
a pointaboutflfti feet up, when there wis
u slip, and to the terror of the watchers
he fell back some inches, but recoered
himself and proceeded.
Mr Hoyle was armed with a pistol and
a knire. The imminent danger was the re
turn of the parent eagles, and to provide
against these the other hunters stood around
the tree with cocked rifles
The eagles did not. however, return, as
the had just left. i fact which wasproed
by the joung eagles when found being in
the act of tearing up a young lie rabbit
and a qtmeriug fish.
INTO THE NEST.
Mr. Hoyle reached the nest, which he
said was about fifteen feet wide by twelve
long The outerworks of the nest were
composed of fence rails from ten to eleven
feet long. Just as thej had been used on
the farm, and so manj of them that in his
judgment the structure could not have been
penetrated by a rifle bullet.
As soon as his head appeared above the
parapet of the nest the enf.ets bhowed
fight They are about seven weeks old,
but measured five and a half feet In e"v
pause of wings, standing erect about two
feet. Thev backed up against the opposite
edge of the uest, screamed, aud presented
their well formed talons for the encounter
Mr Hojle succeeded, however, in pushing
the. n one bv ore ver the edge of thencst
As the leached the ground each one re
newed the right with beak and talons until
he was seized and his legs tied securely.
While Mr Ilcrvle was striking .it them w ith
a limb he had torn off, the snake
above referred to, which had been
sleeping In the rails, came out to take
part in the fight He was, however, sup
pressed with a blow of the stick and dis
appeared in the network or the nest
The only waj to account tor thi snake
In this spot is that he was earned up to
the nest for food for the eaglets and that
he e-caped lrom them, making lis tier"
after home in the nest w here he gets plentv
of rabbit and rat and fish at night wlci
the jotitig eagles were ashep.
The si cciallj curious find in the nct
was the three docuv ducks It is evideet
that the old e igles swooped down on them
and carried them oil without waiting to
examine what manner or bird the;, bad in
tow Another article w.m a duik
hunter's cap and one or two other
strange things, but Mr Hojle, lemembcr
ing the possible return of the old eagles,
hail no leisure to make an Inventory of the
brlca br.H of this ancient American fam
ily The eagles are of the true bald bend
species that is so well known on the
eseiiti heou ot I'nele Karn and the fiftv
sevM o dollar of Colnr.ir'o
Mr. Hojle Keeps the eaglets in a back
room where the eat onlj live food and
especiall rats. The ownership of the
prize will prot.abl be settled to the mutual
satisfaction of all concerned. A large
sum ras aireadv b en otlered for tnem
but it was s.i.d etrdny Hint they would
Iikel go to Dmld Park in Baltimore.
Mr. Hojle did not sa that the decoy
ducKs belonged to President Cleveland, but
it will be remembered that the Iresident,had
some very bad luck down the rivci which
it will now be seen is cxp'ninnbie on the
tlieor that the eagles of the neighborhood
had formed n decoj duck trust wh-cli car
ried off the decojs just at the time they
wert wanted verv badly. If Mr. Olnej had
dea't witii this trust as was his duty, his
chief would have had more tunc to shoot
ducks and less time to read that famous
Venezuelan correspondence in his canoe on
the Potomac.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL,
v. ,.- i-ov toelr Mnrlcet.
Fnrnlshed by Seymour Bros., bank
ers and broker, members of New
Vni'k Stock Exchange. "Wasblngion
ofltce. ' Kouitei-nth street. J. A.
foil, manager.
Stock Ex binge closed May "0.
On. rTiir'i.
'Ani.SngT-Konii'nzCo. 1C2 :J3K
L"nr.
122
104
14'
5i
2b5i
If i
104
n
07
Io;;
34
23
W2
vm
25U
b3
CI os
12 IV
101
298
WA
S4
Ifo'i
07,r
7Gjg
yA
-4k
50
21
101
Am. S. R. Co. pfd 101 lOi
Atchison Top. S. S. V.. Ui lh
Mmmran Tobicco Co.. -Hj 062
Ray Stite Jas 2S 29
Cbcaneilte &. Ohio 1G 1G
C. C. C. A .Sr. Louis --114 31
Chicago anilNoitlivv'n.. 10. lft
CI ic-igo. Bnr. A. Q 77 7S
Chicago Gas (fii Vili
C. 31 r .t, St. P 7P 76
Con. Gas 157J 1 8U,
CVR. LAP OlJi 70"
Oercral Electric 31 31JJ
Laclede Gas 13U 23W
Louis; illu A Nashville.. -Jl), 50
fa. and W. pref. 24 21
liannatran 103 104
-Ma Pacilic, 5 15
U. S-Cordigc 5 a
National Lead Co 24J 2
S. V. Cuit. A Hudson . 06 9Ji;
N. y.. Ontario A W. .... l!j 14".
Northern Paclticpfd.... 10j I0J5
Pacltle-Mail ., 2C 2u
Phila A Reading Wyi 10J
-ontlierii Itauvray pfd.. 2S ISJVi
lenue!ceCoal Alron .. 25j 1'8
Lnioii Pacific ' ly.
V. S. U, ptd 6il4 G4Jj;
W es tern Union S5 b&
Wheeling A Lake Erie.. 9H Bjj;
Uuli.cd securities.
10'i
2fck
26J4
Woshluston Stock fixoUanco
Palcs Metropolitan R. R., 20 atHbfJIer
Conthalcr Linotype, 126'.
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
v. a. R.. ..
u. s.' o....
U. S. 4' I3i5.
U. 8. 6 1801.
nin.
,SK.
108
110
Ilea
1I3&
109i
11B
112
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BONDS.
1 6' 18M "20-year Fundinc" 1W
FIN AN CIAIi.
' BAfMERS,
1333 ? St. H. W.
Adam3 Building
STOCKS,
GRAIN,
COTTON.
Unequalled Facilities.
Our daily market letter which we have
Issued since 1891, and which all readers
sa' is the most accurate ever published,
will be sent each afternoon over our ex
clusive private wire from New York, thus
reaching- customers in Washington and
vicinity much sooner.
Call or send for letter and circular.
SILSBY & COMPANY,
Incoi puratcit.
COMMISSION STOCK BROKERS,
613 Flfteonth St., op. U. S. Treasury,
I'HONi: ui5
Interest Paid ,
Upon Deposits.
INTEKI.61T IS ALLOW EI ON l.EPOMTS
on dailj balances subject to check
Those who have accounts open that
usually have balances to their credit
should consider the advantage of
such balances
EARNING INTEREST.
It Is t reditcd on jour pass book,
added to the principal and made
siibject.to jour check.
JOHN JOY" EHSoN.. ..President
JOHNA.SWOPE. Vice President
H S.CU.MMINGS..2d Ice President
JOHN R. CARMODV. . .Treasurer
ANDREW PARKER .. . Secretarj
Washington
Loan & Trust Co.
COR. OTII AND F STS. N. "IV.
Workingmen
and others whoso occupations prevent
them from making deposits during
regular banking hours will find It
convenient to visit the
Union Sayings Bank, 1222 F SL H. W
which Is open EVERT SATURDAY
NIGHT between the hours of 6 and 8
(Tour per cent Interest on savings
account I
SAFE DEPOSIT B0U5 A YEAR
That starts the rental scale for boxes
in oui flre and burglar proof vault.
The safest and most convenient place
to store valuab.o papers, jewelrj, etc.
American Security & Trust Co.
1405 G Street N. W.
Honey at 5 Per Cent.
Loaned in sums to suit on first-class D. C.
1 cal estate security. No dolav. No unreason
able expense to borrower.
JIEISKELL S. McLERAN.
1C0S K t.
Brokers and Dealera
Ffoclis. Cotton. Grain, Provisio-n.
Local Offices Rooms 10, 11, 12 Corcoran Built
Ing )5 'th st, opposite l'lUuut OOke.
OfTKe-. Philadelphia, Baltimore. nstiiucton.
(,'s 1U02 "30-jear Funding" gold...,
's lilOl "U'.itei btoclc" currency.,
7N 1901 "W itel Stock" ouirenoy. ,
"1 uiulai-,"ciirreiic), 1.03s.
IIiiCH.L.ANOoa liOMla
MctRH ,
Met 11 It Conv t'- lluO
i.eltRR.j'sl'iil
Lckingtun U. ill 10. ul. tTs
Lolunibia K Itd's 1014
U ash 0.1s t o. her A. b's.l 102 '27...
Wail. Gas 1 o. Slt I!, b s 1901 '2X .
U ash G.ts Co Lonv ifs. 19J1
U. ."s Llei tuc Light Conv is 1JC1
ChesiiietlvL L Potumic 'ie! .'s ..
103
110
112
1UV
50G
12) 127
SiA 85
100 101
iu n.r
114 117
113 118
135
125
JI"K
1'JJ
Amei sec A I rust T-, I" ..ml A. I'JOj Ioj
Ainei f-cc A IrustS's A audO.l'JOi 10J
Wash .Maiktt Co 1st O'-J 100-lUll
(7.0LOictircd .1111111 Uly 10
ash -Muikct Co. I111 1 b' "2 27 105
ash -M.vi ct Co et' 1 1"3 lll-'27. lOi
Masonic Hail Associ iti'n iS 113) . 100
Wash Li'ht Infantrv lstbs. 103
NATION l llAVKSrOCKS.
lianli or Washington
li-uiu ol Hcpnolic
Muuonulittiu
ccutial
1 armuis and Vech mica'. ..
Second
2S0
210
285
2S0
lbO
133
130
loO
120
107
100
105
100
140
Citizens'....
Columbia...
I apita!
West LmL.
'i radt is . . . .
l.UtLOlll
Ohio
107
SAI 1. OKI OSir AM) HtUaT COMI'ANIEs.
Nat. hafo Deposit and Tiust lib
U ah. Loin and Ti ust 120
Amei. bccuritj iiust 142
Wash, fade Duposlt 60
UAILfOVU bTOOKS.
C.ipital auction Co 75
120
125
14b
ib trvpIittii 117
I olumui.v.
53
12
22
8
45JC
LcKiugtoa
Ocuigbtouu A 'leuleton
OAS AM) EI.ECn.IC LIGIH rilOOK.
Wash. Gas
Gcoiirctoun Gas
4C'-,
"u"
45
123
S4
ba
70
50
05
IdO
165
L.fa. laoctuc I-arlit
1N&UKANCL STOCK
Firemen's
i'ranklin
Metropo.it 111
Corcoran
Pot 0111 !C
Aibngton
.Ciuriii.in-Aniciicau
National Union
10
Columbia 11
K'SBB
Pcoplu s
1A icoln
Commercial
TITLE INSUnANCK'STOCKS.
Hcil LVate Idle K0. J A J.
Columbia Title 5.Q4J.,
Washington Title 10
District Titlo 20
TELLPJIONE STOCKS.
Pennsylvania
Chesipeakand Potomac
Amei lean Gi aplioihone
Pueu n.itic Gun Cunage
7?g
5JS
A
103
3
7
10
CO
62
.25
1273
69
.20
31ISCV LTjAKEOUS stocks.
Mergenth.uci Liuotvpo luon) , 120
Lanston Monotj pe hyi
Washington .Market 13
GreacFallsjce 120
Norlolk and Wasli'u Steamboat... 100
Lincoln Hall
130
96"
CIHcuro Grain nnd Cotton Markets.
Opon. High. Lotv.
Wheat.
July "SJ" 5S& 57
Sept 60Jg-H 5DK 58
Corn:
July 2s 25. 27
Sept 2J 291 20
OATbl
July 1BVX 18- 18
Sept 18 18?g IS4
Pokk:
July 7.25 7.25 7.00
Sept ".37 7.40 7.16
LARD;
July 4 82 4.32 4 22
Sept U5 1.47 4,35
Spare Ribs :
July 3.S7 3.87 8.77
Sept 4.02 4.02 8.00
Closo.
57B
58iB
27-S
29
18B
16i
7.00
7.17
4.22
4.37
8.77
8.90
Cotton.
Open. High. Ijow. Clog.
Jnne 7.eo 7.71 7.64 7.68
Juiy 7.04 7.70 T.62 7.ft9
August 7.08 7.73 f.64 7.157
September 7.07 7.11 7.08 7.03
AMUSEMENTS.
IUEW NATIONAL THEATER.
lN This Week Only. Sat. Matinee at 2.
LAST TWO TIMES.
SPECIAL Tonight r.iicu ell.
GK VNU DOUI1LE II1IX.
C. Ihe j re .Smith's Curtain Raiser,
A HAPPY PAIR.
MISS SANDERS and MR. WIIEELOCK
in then oilginal creations
LLEN'S GRAIWOPERA E0U3E.
Week Commencing B . -- . fl
MONDAY " tJlS81 B
Opsuingr of the Rejrular Summer Season.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
BUCKLER'S STOCK CO.
In 'lom Tajlor's Po; ukir Comedy.
STILL WATERS RUN DEEP.
Picceded by a Refined, iliih cl.iss Vaudeville
Olio, nic-ii'.ing
CRIMMINS AND l.ORE,
George Giahiui, X-Rr. Rixley.
Hrilliaut Qn irtcttc, Dup nit and Middlcton,
F. fa. llajes, Uolliean and Moore,
and a host ot oilicrs
Two entertainments rolled into one.
Prices 15, 2i 35andc0e. Matinees. 25c rc
sei ved seat any part of hm.se.
Next vuu! 1 HE TWO ORPHANS
Lafayette Square Opera House.
Wcilmsdav Evening. JUNE 3.
Benefit of the ATTACHES
The following Ait'stshave most kiiallj vol
untceicd then services and will positively ap
pear :
.Mr. and .Mrs Cha. Ii. llanfoid Mis. Kittj
Thompson Ucrrj, .Iio- ,Mn He en Hone,
Jcnnio Glcmi.ui," Anita CIusi, Gertiude Rt
enbiii', Me-9is E J. W.i'eh. Nathan Weill.
J.is. A Kebher. Guy V. Collin?, Etlvv. Droop,
Sol. -Minster, Hi-iiiy Xaiioei, J.i. H. Nolan,
Mastci Arcluu Tltoiuas, 11 irry falnkelford,
IbanehaRi cy
Al OI.1 O QVAHTI TTE, M VDKID MAN DOI.IN
QUARii.111 lt. Victm 11. Johnson
and Augmented Orches ra.
Price: Sfle, 30c, 7."e, SI Scats Now on Sale,
Mav .s.tit.
EXCELLENT PROGRAH
OF
Bicycle Races,
Fancy and Trick
Riding and Music
At the Grand Inaugural Openiu of tho
INTERNATIONAL ATHLETIC PARR
ON
Decoration Bay.
Piano Concert in Promenade after tho
Races
Park opens at 1 p. in. Racfs at 3 sharp
Admission, 3c . BOs. and 75c.
Boxes, S6.
"seats new on sale at Droop A Son-, 925 Pa
ave m25Gi
PTIONALPARK.
Departmental B. B. League.
Gume Tudnj, :45 i. 111
W.L. I. vs. DIST. COM'RS.
Admission 15 'in 1 25c.
COLOMBIA ACADHMi. SS
of Wisliington. Cj cling taught 011 a I2.0JO
ft floor Competent instiuctors. Charges
small. Music evcrj aveuing. d .aid P
streets J. Hart RnttAiu.Mgr. Take F street
c.iis.
SUMMER RESORTS.
Clievy Chase Lake and the beautiful
grove bordering Its tanks is the ideal
place to spend a few hours each day dur
ing tln summer months. The grounds aro
kept clean, and perfect order Is maintain
ed. A delightful place to take jour chil
dren for a dav's outing to mam in the
woods surrounding the Iuke shore. Ac
commodations are made for picnic parties,
and uo better place can be found for the
purpose Donch's band will play every
evening during the sumirer from 8 until
10 o'clock. Pleasure boats for hire on the
Inke at all times Take cars of tho Capi
tal Traction Company.
-ON I'll
CHESAPEAKE.
Season Opens MAY 30.
Attractions and servl.o better than ever,
Convenient train.
Round-trip Faro, 50c.
For paiticulais cill on S. 15. IIEGE, Dis
trict Pabscnger Agent 13. i O., 705 15th St ,
Washington IXC
On the Crest of tho Alleghani93.
(Main Line B & 0. R. R.)
Season Opens June 22, 1896
for iate, rooms and other information
applj to D. C. JON'SS, M m igei. B A O. Cen
tral Building, Baltimore. Md up to June lUth;
aftet that date. Denr Paik, Md.
EOTEL KOYjV-L Open tor tnc sea
son; lor rates, circulars and particu
lars, vvnto to HOTEL ROYAL. Trout
Roial. Va niy2G-H)t-em
MOSEYWAXTED AND TQLOAy
WE want olTeihousanu borrowers who
desire from S50 to S10.000 each on
stocks, bonds, trusts, loan association
certificates, ware-house receipts aud lire
or tontine policies in old line companies;
no delay; no chattel mortgages taken.
YEUKES & BAKER, 40 to 4b Metzerott
Huuuwgi i.xiu xsi,. nw.
.MONEY t ioan;,l.Vsc rates or inter
est; uo delaj il fecuiitv is sntisractorv
WI-.SCOTT. WILCOX A,HLCbTOX. 1 flor
Pa ave. nw. myio-.'tmo
MOKBY, TO LOA.N-Largo sums
uu u uuu - i-"m wu jj , j real
estate; $2S0, 5500, 57C0, etc., at 6 per
oeat; all transactions couducted wltli eco
nomical consideration fqr borrowers. WM
jx. oi.uxxj . v., ?." j.- ou. mv. mro
lklONISY to loan at 0 and ( per cent on
District; or Columbia realty; no delay If
tecurity Is satisfactory.'
WALTER H. ACKER. 704 14th nw
ly.ii tr
ErmcATroN'Aii.
A.KXECTJK E. XTJNDT Mandolhi
and guitar: summer rates; 20 lessons
for 10. Studio, 034 F St. uw.. Room 1.
lujo-inio
A.. "V. HOLMES Mandolin, Banto, and
Guitar, bpeciat summer rates. Classes
now forming. Room 3, 034 F st. nw.
msG-lmo
CHURCH NOTICES.
FOURTH PRE&sBl'l'EKIAN CHURCH
Ninth street, between G and II streets
northwest. Rev. Joseph T. Kelly pastor.
Preaching bv the pastor at 11 a. m. and
8p.ro.; Sabbath school, 9 30 a. m.; Y. P.
S. C E., 7 p. m. Praier meeting Thursday
at 8 p. m.
CENTRAL M. P. CIIURCH-Twclfth and
M streets northwest. Rev. S. J. Smith pas
tor. 11 a. m., "Hearing God's Voice," 8
D. ra., "The Argument of Miracles," sixth
of series on "Why I Believe the Bible to
Be the Word of God," Sunday school. 0 30;
Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. Scats free.
Come.
WESLEY CHAPELM.E. CniTRCH. corner
Fifth and F streets Rev. C. W. Baldwin,
pastor. Sunday-school at 9:1 5; preaching
at 11 a m. by Rev. J. E. Gilbert. D. D.;
Epworth League at 7 p. m.: preaching by
the pastor at 8. subject: "The St. Louis
Tornado;" a violin solo by Miss Bertha
Lucas. Prayer meeting on Thursdayeven
lng. Seats free. All are -welcome.
S 5ANDERS,
In Charles Ilradloy'u Comedy,
"HER BROTHER BOB."
ft B BSE sd? Vti Varna
HORSES-100 HEAD.
Trotters and Roadsters one pair match
less Bays, tho nicest in tho city.
TODAY, 10 O'CLOCK,
At our auction stables, 211 Ilth st. nw.
MAGUATII & KCNNELLY,
Aucllonuel.
June 4 wo will sell tho original PRINCE
ORLOfF. it-em
EXCURSIONS-
KEEP COOL -1 !
DON'T FORGET
An Ideal Day's Sport Salt Water
Bathing, Fishing and
Dancing.
MAKE NO MISTAKE
about the boat.
Fastest, Steadiest and Coolest
Boat ever rmi to Colonial Beach.
IT GETS THERE!!
Elegant Mn-ic Piol. LSPUTA.
Goal Things to it Comfort.
MO STATEROOMS.
CHESAPEAKE HOTOiAC STEAMBOAT CO.
Round tup 50o. ( I i'dreu. 2. c.
SHOOT TEE CHUTE
Al
RIViiR VIEW.
THE
G2SAT
SrNSATIOIL
SUNDAY MAY 31 iUNDAY.
Stca sei Pcn.z fro n lior vharf -it 11 a in.,
2:15 and d p. m. Roturuui, loac River View
at i, 5 7:3J, and 0 p. in.
TICKLTs, SSi ; CIUL.UKUN, 13c.
nij S'-2t K. S. It NIAI.L, -o!e Proprie or.
at Mount Vernon,
TOMB OF WASHINGTON,
Ana on tne ijicvii Lawns of
Marshall Hall.
i'atriutiu Vltnie b Sclnudi i'n It mil,
Diinclng iittiimiiiiN I) iv ini-1 Kv ruing.
TO MOUNT VERNON.
PTEAMLR MACALr.ts'ifcR leaves
7th st. wharf at 10 a in. and 2 30 p.
in Returning, reacted tne city at
2 15 an i 0 15 p. m
FARE, ROUND TRIP, 50c. Admls-
sion to grounds auo mansion, -."e.
Elegant rale mi steamer
TO MARSHALL HALL.
STEAMER MACALKS'lER leaves
7th st wnarf at lo a in., 2 30 ami
b .10 p rn Uetiirning, readies W.isii-
in gum at " 15, (1 ID an I 10 30 p. m
ROUN'D TRIP, 25c
bfamer RiVER QUEEN leaves Mac-
alester's wharf at '.) 4 5 a. m and 3
-; p m. stopping at all river landings
and running to Indian Head on morning
trip, earning both freight and passcn-
gers. Returning, reaches the citv at
'J 5andl0p in. ROUVD TRIP. 25c
A fine 50c. table I'uoif dititic will
be served on grounds Ferns Wheel,
Bowling. Bacnall and other aniiise-
inents The inanageuu nt rc'Mrve the
right to ro ec tihlfettoniblf parties
L. L. BLAKE, Captain.
The Only Excursion
-TO-
Pen Mar and Gettysburg
DECORATION DAY, i AY 30,
Via B. & O R. R.
Under the luspices of WASHINGTON DI
VISION. No. 1, U R. K or P
Trams le-n e B. A O. R. R. Station, N. J. ave.
and Cth st,
For Gei;i-b lrg, S.l j a. mM returning leave
Gettj slmrg. i 3d p m.
Foi Pen Alii, S-'Wa in , returning leavo Pen
Mir, 6:2u p m
'iickcts tori-ale bv members of the Division
and at depot morning of excursion.
PI1K MA mlnltte
11.75
GEITYfeBURG. adult-,
COLONIAL BEACH.
CHE-APE VICE AND POlU.MvC SfKVM
BOAT COMP VNY'S PALi.CE STEAMER
John Sylvester.
Dill j ecent Mondaj, comtiieiuiii? Mav 30
from Cljde Dock, foo. of 7th s , a:9 a. inT
Tho onlv boit illnwed to land at tho
IIOTLL DOCK.
Espnta's Orchetia Uneveellcd Tible
I or ixciii-um 1 it"- annlr at General OQice
Kellogg Building Hln F st.
pRAHD OFEIflHG,
Colonial Beach Route.
Palace Steamer JANE IdOSELEY.
GiantI Excursions SVTURDAY and SUN
DAY Maj SOtliand list. Thousands of dol
lais in li'iiirovemeilts Giand concert and
time nz miis'c. Dcli,htful bioczeo on coot
and spicious huirieano deck Extensive
('.inciiig loom. Hound trip onlj 10c. Chd
dren 23c feteiraer leav es nock foot Sixth &t.
0 a m shftip. Home. 'UO p. m.
Colonial Beach Excursions.
Palace Steamer "Jane Moseley."
Season connnences Sat., May 30.
Books now open, and Churches, Sunday
schools, and all bona nJe Societies may ecure
-elect dates lerms amazingly low for de
lightful all-day cxcur-ions on the beautiful
Potomac.
Office, No 619 Pcnn.o. Ave.
F. M. Moonr.
Gen. Agt. Colonial Beach tcainooat Co.
CnURCII NOTICES.
ASBURYM.E CHURCH. Eleventh andK
streets north west I L Thomas. D. D,
: .istor. 5 a m.. praver and pr.iise service;
9 10 a. m.. Sundiv school: 11 a m .pastor,
snbiect. the M E. General Conference: t
p. m.. "The Calimitv of St Louis;" 2
11 m . funeral. Kev .1 Deve.il:4p in Ep
worth League: 7 p 111.. ronsecr.uk 11 ser
vice: great d.iv AH are invited
T1RST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. I 1-2
st . between C and D sts.. Rev. T DeWitt
Tnlniage. D D.. will preacii morning and
evening at il a 111. aud d p. m : Sundav
isdiool. at 9 30 a in.. Junior i". E. at
3 30 p. in.: Senior C. E., at C 45 p. m.
GUNTON TEMPLE MEMORIAL PRLS
BYTEKIAN CHURCH, corner I Jtb and R
sts. nw.. Rev. G. B. Patch. D. 1) . pastor
Communion, 11 a. m.. administered by
Rev. C. B. Ramsdell. I I): pn aching.
S p. ni by Rev. Charles Hodge Elliott of
Akron. Ohio; Sabbath-school, y 30 a. m.:
Y. P. S. C. L, 7 p. in : Junior. S C
E. 4 30 p. in. and mid-week prajer
meeting. Thursday. 8 p. m.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Corner Tenth and G strtets northwest.
Rev. S-M. Newman. D. D.. pastor. 11 a.m.
morning service with preaching by the pin
tor: 8 p. m.. Signor S. V. Ravi or It.ilv
will preacii on "Protestantism In Italy."
music bv ciuartet nnd chorus, led by Dr.
Hischoff. organist: Sunday school, 9.30
a. m.; Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m.
GURLEY MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH Florida nvenue, between SKtii
and Seventh streets northwest. F. Russell
Verbrjcke pastor. Morning service. 11
o'clock: evening service. 8 o'clock, btib
iect, "Wrong Business Alliances." the thud
sermon in the course on the parable of the
prodigal son; Christian Endeavor service.
7 o'clock. AU are cordially mvitcd to
these services.
METROPOLITAN BAPTIST. Sixth and
A streets northeast. Dr. G. H. Williams-.
Regular services ll a. m. and 8 p. m ;
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.; B. Y. P. U.,
7 p. m, Wa try to give special attention
to visitors and strangers.
THE BRETHREN Preaching on Lord's
Dny. 11 a. m., at 316 Pennsylvania avenue
southeast; Bible 6chool. 9:45. Young peo
ple's meeting at 730 p.m. at21 5 Four-and-a-half
6trcet northwest. Everybody -welcome.
W. M. Lyon, pastor.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of
Christ, Scientist, Willard Hall. F and Four
teenth streets At 11 a. m.. subject. "The
Destruction of Error and the Establishment
of God's Kingdom." Mr. aud Mrs. J. F.
Linscott. C S. D's . readers. Spats free.
J All are welcome.
Oil WHiRTR
J Willi ysLgLyiLi&a
COTJHCir NOTICES.
WAUGH M. E. CHURCH. Third and A
streets northeast. Rev. E. Olin Eldndge
pastor. 9:15 a. m Sunday School: 11
a. m. preaching by the pastor, subject.
"Doing, the Way to Know;' 7 p. m., Ep
vvortli League; 8 p. m., preaching by the
pastor, (subject, "Some of the Alarming
Tiiiugs or the Day." Thursday, 8 p. in
congregational meeting. Friday, 8 p. m
Eoworth League social. Seats free. Strang
ers cordially Invited.
PASTOR E. HEZ 8WEM. answers the
oueatloti: "Was the Man Buried AHe?"
bouday night, ti o'clock. RiuUsiu at night.
Preaching at 1 1 a. m. by r ie pastor. Free
pews. All Invited. Second Baptist Church
Auditorium, Fourth street and Vlrginlaave
nue southeast.
CHURCH OF OUR FATHER, corner Thir
teenth and L streets northwest. Services
nt 11 i m. and S p. ni.;"Sunday School.
9:45 a. m.; Young People's Union, 7 p.
in. Rev. A .O. Rogeis, 1). D., pastor. Morn
ing preaching by the Rev. G. Weaver. D.
D.. or Canton, N. Y.. subject, "The Ideal
-Man," evening, the pastor will give tiie
Kth in the present series or Illustrated
sermons on "The Life of Sr. Paul." sub
ject. "The Vovage and Shipwreck or the
Aptwtle." All seats open to the public.
.METAPHYSICAL LECTURE -Sunday, b
p. in., 904 F street northwest. Subject,
"Where Are Our Dead?" Special office
dajs, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Punlic invited. William and Nina Vera
Hughes.
THEOSOPIIY-Lecture on "Evoitlon.
Scientitic, J'lnlicai, and Theoaophical
Views," by George M. Cotfln, Sunday night.
8 p. in., at Me:eroU H.ill (-m.ill. Entrance
b street. Study class lor members same
place. Sunday ii.on.inglia. in Next Thurs
day night reguldrineeting,:it Wimodaughi-H
roc ns, 132s I t-treet northwest. Subject,
"Thought " All free. Pubbo invited.
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH, Sixth
street, between L and M streets i.orthca
1'rci.clilng at 11 a. in., by Hie astor. Sub
ject, Peace in the Home." Sunday school
at y 30 a.m., LjceuniataMO p. m.; prcu.lt
ing at 8 p. in., by Rev. W R. try, the
patcr or the .New Hoi v B..ptist Church at
Miual.evsvUh., v.t., subject. "Christ, the
V, nv to Heav en." Rev. li. M. Brown, uistor.
EBENEZER M. E.CUURCII.corner Fourth
and D h'.rtets southeast-ttev.M. V Clair.
I'll. B., pastor :. a in , Si.nfl.ty ocl-oil. 11
a. in. and 8 p m .fre-nice by pastor. I
p. in., interesting service by Epworth
League. Seats free- A cordial welcome to
all.
,.,T.R. EASTKRS PRESBl'TERIAN
l IiLtttCH.M irvl.ui, .tvfiiue n.d SlUisln.( t
northeast Kev . TI o nas Chalmers Easton.
D. D., pastor, will preach at 1 1 a. in., sub
ject. -Ihe Uncliange.inlp Priesthood or
Jeousi (.linst'antl at 7:45 p. in., subject.
'Our Fathers House orMjnj MuuIon-Its
Location .Hid Intianltants." The best iuumc
will be rendered. Pastor's class for joung
men at 9 .) a. m . Sunday school at b . o
a. in.. IP s C E Juniors meet at 3
p. m , and Seniors at 15 p. m. Strangers
cord! illy invited. P.is'or's residence. 308
Seventh street nortl east.
FAITH M. E.CHA PEL. Ho wen Road- Rev.
A. G. Harri'ou. pastor Sunday school, to
a. in . pn aching, 11 a m and S
p. m. loung People's meeting, 7 r ni -prajer
meeting ednesdav, 8 p. m.
-,,V ,N.Il- P ROpFIS willread a raper en-
itlcd. "Education vs. L.ibor," berore the
lyceum of Enon Baptist Church, on C, be
lt, cea Sith and seventh streets -ont!-('
'"lay. Hie 31st. at 3 30 p. in. Mt.
Olive Ihnrch choir has been Invited tosin
AII are Invited.
NORTH CAROLINA AVENUE M P
CHURCH, cpmer North Carolina avenue and
u st.tet U- D- JaH'fs. Pastor Church
erection services morning and night. Mu'n
ing sublect. "Character of the Modern
r uUm, v.eulng subject, "Inspiration
for Bulldmg .' Spei i.U mu-it morning aa.t
night. hurch erection ten ices every nb'ht
(luring the w eek. iiu barge of the MethodTst
Protestant iastor Come.
METROPOLITAN M. E. CHURCn.Four
and a hair and C streets north west- Rev
Hugh Johnston. D. D- pastor. 11am
Heroes or the Pastnnd Citizensof Today "
. P.". J',1 v'Jutrnted sermon. "The Uoiy
Cbild First of a course of illustrated
sermons on "The Lire.jf Christ a Harmom
of the Gospels." fi 30 a. m . Unday school
3 p. in . Chinese school. C 45 p rn , Ep
wortt. League & p. jn., Thursday, pravrr
meeting. ' J
C. U. CHURCH. LANDO VER-Rev. A. G
Harrison pastor. Sunday school, a p. m
Preaching by the pastor, 8 p. m. Prayer
meeting, Tuesday, 8 p. m.
TRINITY P. E. CHURCH. Third and C
streets northwest Service and holy com
munion 11a. m.: service and serniou. 8
p. in.. Sundav school. 9 30 a m. and 3 d
m. Strangers cordially welcomed to all
services
NORTHEAST BAPTIST CHURCH. First
street, between C and l streets northeast
Sundav school at 9 a. m.; at 11 a. m
Rev. J. H Robinson, pastor, will preach;
at 3 p. in. Rev Daniel Tucker will preach:
at 7 30 n. m. Rev R V Pev ton will Dreacli.
AH are welcome. Scats free.
FIFTEENTH STREET M. E. CHURCn.
corner R northwest Rev. W. W. Van Ar
dale. pastor: sermon by Rev. Charles L.
Pate at 11 a. m.: and is p. m. by pastor:
Sunday school. 9 30 a.m.; Epworth League.
7 p. in. New church will be dedicated
Sundav June 7. 1&96. Public are cor
dially invited. Free pews.
APPOINTMENT FOR TEEHILLSDAI.E
STATION C. M. E CULRCH -Sundav.
Mav 31. l&OG-At 9 30 a. m.. Sundav
school; at 1 1 30 a. m.. c-pecial sermon by
the pastor; subject "Escape for Your
Life At 15 p. m .sermon by Rev W
W Barton. Music by the choir Mon
day evening. June 1 . lfcOG. at S 30 the pas
tor will give a lecture, subject "The
Reason That so Many Divorces are Ap
p'.e.t for" Tiicadav evening. love feast
and general class meeting. We invite all
of our sister churches to be with ns in our
love feast. J. B Washington. pastor.
DOUGLAS MEMORIAL CHURCH, corner
Eleventh am! llstreetsnorthe.ast Rev. John
L. Walsh pastor. Sunday-school. 9 30 a
in . Robert S. Trimble, superintendent;
preaching by pastor nt 11 a in. and ii
p. in.. Juvenile Missionary Society. 2 30
p m.. Mrs Charles A Pike, superintendent;
Blddensliurg Mission. 2 30 p. m.. Rev L
D. Herron. superintendent: ROeedaie Mis
sion. 3 p m.. Robert I Carr. superintend
ent. Epworth League. 7 p. n .. Charles K.
Roberts president At the eveninsrserviee
the pastor will preach the fourth of a
series of sermons; for voung people. Tues
. evening. June 2. straw berrv festival.
Thursday evening, prayer meeting. The
public are cordially mvitcd.
NINTH STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
corner ..inth and P street northeast Rev.
B. B. Ty ler. of New York citv. -will preacii
at 1 1 a. m. and b p in ; Y P S C E.
at 7 P. in.
BROOKLAND M. E. CHURCH Rev Wil
liam H. Chapman, pastor. Sunday-school
at 10 a in.: preaching ar 11 30 a. m. by
Rev. I. II M. Lemmon. and at 8 p. m. by
Rev. C. H M v t mger: class mt et ing at 6 p. m
METROPOLITAN PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH, rourtli and B streets southeast
Rev. George N. Luccock. D D . pastor.
Preaching tomorrow at 11 a. m. and S
P m. bv Rev S R Queen, of Otisville. N.
Y : Sabbath school. 9 30 n. in : Y. P. S. C.
E . 6 15 p. in Prayer meeting. Thurs
day, a p. m.
UNITARIAN. ALL SOULS' CnURCIL
corner Fourteenth ami L streets north
west Rev. James C. Hods-lns. of Phila
delphia. Pa., will preneh morning at 11
o'clock, subject "A Religion for the Mod
ern Mnn." and evening nt 8 o'clock, subject-
"Christian Union." Sunday-school
and Vnitv Study Class at 9 15 a.m.; Young
People's Meeting at 6 30 u. m. All are
inv Red.
EPIPHANY CHAPEL. Twelfth and C
streets oi t ' Rev. A. M Hllhker in
charge. Scat- free at all ervlrc. Holy
communion, s. Pntidav school. 9 :'0: morn
ing praver. 1 1 . Men's W We C!a. 7; even.og
praver. S.
MILES MEMORIAL CHURCn, Third
street, l-tw-eo L ami Ne i"rk avttiue
northwot ,io a m , Smnlay school. 11
n m . sermon by the pastor "The Finger of
G(d in the Spread f Cianlty:, i p.
m . preaching; 5 p in Christian Endeavor.
All are weictane J C Martin, pastor
GA Y STREET ItAPTI.VT CHURCH-lr-ner
Th rtv-flrst and N str,,.. GeofK
town. n C . Rev. w. S. O. Thomas rmtor.
Preaching Sundav at 11 a m and 7 45
p. m . batilifiiii at the close of the night
service. Praver metnts Wednesday even
ing 7 45 Free pews Everybody welcome.
THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH 4J3 G street
northwest. Preaching by the pastor. Rev.
Ale- Kent, at 11 15. Bible duss at 10 15
All welcome.
EPWORTH M. E CHURCH SOUTH
Corncr seventh aud A northeast. Rev. J.
O. Knott pnstor Preaching. II a. m. and
8 p. m : sunduv school. 9 3D a. m.. Ep
wortti League. 7 p. in Thursday 8 p. m
auarterly love feast.
FIRST M. P. CHURCn-Fifth and Vir
ginia avenue southeast. Rev G. Q. Backus
pastor. 11 a. m.. "The Phllo-iophv of
Permitted Poverty." 7:45 p. in . "The
Man Who Shall Never See Death." All
welcome.
HAMLINE M.E. CHURCn. Ninth and P
streets northwest. Rev. W. R. Strlcklen,
pastor. Sunday school. 9:15 a.m.; preach
ing by the pastor, 11 a.m.. subject, "Mock
ers. Delayers, Believers;" 8 p.m.. subject,
"A good word for the moralist;' Epworth
League. 7 p. m.; Tuesday, consecration:
Thursday, church prayer meeting, S p.m.;
moonlight excursion Wednesday evening.
June 3.on tlieRandaU;bo.u!eaves6:30p.ni.
SPIRITUALISM-Met7erott Hall. Iust
Sunday this season. Lyceum. 10 a. in.;
lecture. 11:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. We"
have with us this montn Mr. A E. Tisdale
of Connecticut, the eloquent and wonder
fully gifted blind medium. Mr. Tisdale is
regarded as one of the foremost inspira
tional speakers on the spiritual platform.
HAIX.HOAJ3S.
Pennsylvania
RAILROAD.
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND D
STREETS.
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6 43. 7 05. 8.00. 9.10. 10.157 10 2H A
M . 1 OO. 2.15. 3 00. 3 23. 5.00. IS 30
6 13. 7 On. 7.20. 9.10. 10 52. and 1 1.08
P M On Sunday at 6.43. 9.10. 10 28
A. M.. 2.15, 5 30, 7 00. 7 20. 9.10. and
10.52 P. M.
Ticket offices, comer Fifteenth and O
streets, and at the station. Sixth and B
streets, where orders can be left ror the
checking of baggage to destination from
hotels and residences.
S. M. PREVOST. J. R. WOOD.
General Manager. Gen.Pasa.Agcnt.
Southern Railway.
(PIEDMONT AIR LINE.)
(Schedule in cfrect 10 p.m. May 17, IS96-)
All trams arrive and leave av Pennsylva
nia passenger station.
8 a.m. Daily, local ror Danville connects
at Manassas ror Sirasburg. daily, except
Sunday, and at Lyncnburjf with the Nor
folk and Western, daily, and with the Ches
apeake and Ohio, d tiiy ror the Natural
Bridge and Clifton Fotge.
11:15a. m.-Daily, the- UNITED STATES
FAST MAIL, carries Pullman Buffet sleep
ers. New York and Washington to Jackson
vdle. uniting at Charlotte with Pullman
Sleeper for Augusta, also Pullman Sleeper
New York to New Orleans, via Montgomery,
connecting at Atlanta with Pullman Sleep
er for Birmingham. Memphis and St. Louia.
4.)1 p. m. Local Tor Front Royal. River
ton and Sirasburg. daily, except Sunday
4 51 p.m.-Daily,locairorCtiarIottesvilie
10 4. p m. Daily. WAbHINlrTO.V AND
SOUTHWESTERN VESTIBULED. Llil
ITED. composed of Pullman vestibuletl
sleepers, dining cars ami day coaches
Pullman sleepers New Yorlc to Ashevilla
and Hot springs. N C .New YorfctoT.ainna
via Charlotte, Columbia, Savannah, and
Jacksonville and New ork to Memphis
via Birmingham: New York to New Orleans,
via Atlanta and Montgomery. Vestibuled
da v eoacu Washington to A tlaota. Southern
Railway dining car, Greensboro to Mont
gomery. t nA INS ON WASnTNf,TO"s- AND OHIO
DIVISION leave Washington 9.01 a in
daily. 1 00 p. in. and 4 45 p. m. daily
except Sunday.and6 4.p m.Sundaysonrr
for Round Hill. 4"32 p. in.; daily, exceni
Sunday, for Leesburg, and 6.25 p. m
daily ior lierndon. Keturning. arrive a
Washington S 26 a. in and 7 00 p. ra.
dallv, and 3 00 p. in. daily, except Sun
day." Troin Round Hill and 7 06 a no.
dallv, except Sunday, from Herndon.'nnU
S.34 a in. daily, except Sunday, rrom
Leesburg.
Througn trains from the South arrive afe
Washington 6:42 a. m.. 2 20 p ra. nmJ
:40 p. m., daily. Manassas division'
10.00 a. m.. daily, except Sundav. and
fa 10 a. in., dally, frcm Charlottesville
TicKets, sleeping car reservation and In
formation furnished at offices 51 1 and
1300 Pennsylvania avenue, and at Pem
svlvania R-ulroad Passenger Station.
"TV. II. GEEEX, Gen. Supt,
J. Al. CULP, Trufflo Manager
yr. A. TURK. Gen Fas. Ajrent.
L.S.HBOWN;, Ken. Act. Pas.-,. JJept.
ALTITvlORE
AND OHI
Schedule In effect May 9. 1896.
Leave Washington rroiu station corner of
New Jersey avenue aim C street.
For Chicago and Northwest. Vestibuled
Limited trains 11.30 am., b. 05 p.m.
For Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianap
OlW, VesiUHilefi Lllmied, 3:5 p. in., eX.
prLs, 12:1 5 night.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express
dally 11:30 a. m. and fa 10 p m.
For Lexington and Staunton, 11:30 a. m.
For tiicneater and w ay sUitions. 05:30
p. m.
ror Iairay. Natural Bridge. Roanoke.
Kuoxville. Chattanooga. Mempiiis and
New Orleans, 10. OO p. in. daily ; sieepuijj
cars through.
ror Luruy, 3.43 p. m. daily
For Baltimore. Uik days. 5 00, 6-30,
x7 OO. x.7 c.5. x7"lO, x7 3o, xfa.oo. S:30,
x'J 3. xl0.oo,xl2:oo a.m.;xl2 05. U:10,
X12 33. X.I 00, 3.25, X4.1'b, 4 32. Xa.Oo.
X5 lO. Xo tO.o 35. X O. bH). Xb.t.0.s,.t5.
xt.20. 11.15. xll-oO. p. m and xi:i.ol
night. Sundays, x7.05, x7 10, 8JO, xO.OO.
xiu.oo.a.m-, xl2.o5,xft5, l.uo. xa.oo.
3 T t -. x5 'KS. X5.IO. 6-tu.xb.UO. X'J.20,
11.15, xll.50 p.m.. X12.01 night.
For Annapoiis. 7.lo and .a a, m.; 12.10
and 4.2a p in. Sundays, fa.30 a. m . 4 32
p. in.
For Frederick, a9.00.bll.30 a.m.. cl .15,
b 4.30. bo 30 p. m
For Uagcrstown, bll.30 a. m , and b.30.
p. in
1-orBoyd and way points, weekdays 9.00
a. m . 4 30. 5.30, 7.05 p. ni. Sundays,
9.00 u. m , 1.15, 7 05 p. m.
For iiuithersourg ami way points, week
days, 7.00, 9 00 a. m , 12 no, 3.oo. 4.30.
4.33. 30. 5 i5, 7 Lo, 11 30 p m sun-day-,
9.00 a in, 1.15. 5 35, 7 05.10 23
p. CQ.
Ir or Wa-hlngton Juncttonand way points.
n9 on a. m.. tl 15 p. m. Express tniuia
stopping nt principal stations only, b4.30,
b5.30 p. m.
ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW" YORK
AND PHILADELPHIA. LK'l'a-
All trniu-s illuminated null fmtsclt light.
For Philadelphia. New York, Br sum and
the East, week days 7 OO. 7.05, 8 00,
(10 00 a. m. Dlnmg Can. 12 00. 12 35,
3 OO (5 05 Dining Car). 8 00 p m (1H01
niirht. Sleeping Car open at 1O.00 o'elcek).
Sundays. (T.or. iJimag can. cm.o a. m.
t, m)
Buffet Parlor Cars on all trains.
For Atlantic City, 10 00 a.m., 12 00 noon.
Sundays, 12 35 p. ni,
bbxeept Sunday aDally. cSunday only
xExpres-s train. j
Baggage called for and checked from ho
tels and residences by Union Transfer Com
nany, on orders left at ticket offices. 619
Pennsylvania avenue northwest. New Yorlt
avenue and Fifteenth street.and atderot.
WM. B.GREENE, CUAS. O. SCULL.
Gen. Manager. Gen.rass. Agent.

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