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XBQS TIMES, ""MONDAT, AUGUST 5,' ,1895.
Faud 'Eleventh Streets.
Storage W arehouses iSd st , sear It
There other Furniture house
Jhan ourtvAud other prices thnn those
aotv Lot there are no Furniture
tori nrrhere In UisiaBdUtatpin
excel, too values n give at the prices
About Jhat. SPECIA L
SIDEBOARD ' SALE.
We've reduced prices through
out the stock so low as to
seem almost ridiculous. Aud
our reason, in which of course
you're interested," is this:
The stock is too big for this
time of year, and besides
we want to make abundance.
of room for the immense fall
variety that's coming. And
so those that are here now go
at prices athird' to a half
under what' they were ten
days ago. For instance:
$18 Solid Oak Sideboards for 11090.
a hoi d Oak SIdoboards for 113 73.
530 Solid Oat SIdoboards for t33.Ua.
U Solid Oak SIdoboards for JiiOO.
153 Solid oak SIdoboards for S7.Ml
(S3 .Solid Oak Sideboards for tyiOu.
ITH the first num-
'1er of the Even-
or Times I an
nounce a special
sale of all solid
particularly have I cut into
the prices of belt buckles
shirt waist sets silver knick
knacks of every description.
Heart lockets the popular
fad and solid silver toilet
articles, such as silver-backed
brushes and combs, powder
puff" boxes, share the general
I am making preparations
to show a magnificent line of
silver aud gold ware with the
opening of the Fall season.
I hare a Tery excellent preparation
for cleaning silverware, -which is In
uso in many houses.
O. H. DAVISON,
1105 F Street N. W.
lm Jk w
v tv Ira Q: '
worth 50 cents
and sells for
half a dollar.
HENRY FRANC & SON,
Seventh and D Sts. N. W.
Do you know that thia is the
'only house in Washington where
attention is given exclusively to
Corset fitting- is an exact science
iiow, and the well-dressed woman
ouys none but what exactly are
lifted to her form.
"We've reduced all prices for the
close of the summer season.
An U1.00, $183, UEO, Summer
Corsets now. ..
All 69a, 79a, snd 73c. Sumper nn
Corsets now,. Odd
Tbese prises Inrtnde Thompson's flore
Sttlsc It. A O C. B J. a Koyal
Worcester, etc Sizes Include extra long
long medium sad short waists.
1003 F Street
Brave 'Cubans -Stranded on as
Isolated JJojida Key.
MAUr-Dffi FROM EXPOSURE
Some AreAllowed to Depart After
Being Sworn to Secrecy, and the
Otbcra Rescued try a Belief Party
Fruui New Xork Organized lr
(Copyright by James Gordon Bennett.)
Xcir York. Aug. 5 A Herald special
from Tampa, Fla , says:
The Cabana arc evidently not mistaken
irb.cn they boast ot their ability to land
expeditions" from this country In Cuba la
spite or the ulruost-rijiinnce of tbe United
States and Spain combined. The expedi
tion of Gen. Roloff was belated and
stranded aud almost starved for forty
days on a small Isolated key off the coast
(pf. Florida, though in sight of passing ves
sels. This expedition Is said to have cost
the revolutionary party more than $100,
000. The cost, perils and hardships trero
srcntly augmented by the failure of tho
steamer chartered to carry them to Cuba
to find tho particular Ley on which they
were hhlhis and the necessity of securing
another vessel The story of this expedi
tion Is enough to excite universal sym
pathy Tor the exiles who are struggling
so hard to reluru to their isle in order to
fight for her freedom.
About June 6 ilnj. Gen. Eohiff, with
Bris. Gen Santhrz, left Key West with
alwut -00 men. nearly all vitcransor the
last war. They made their a) in sev
eral iiiiall boats to a kej prwiouuly ugreed
upon, where they were to be picked up
hj a steamer tiiarUTeU by the junta in
Kctv York. They -were Joined on tills key
bj Lieut. Cul Al.iria RoUrigutz ant a band
or stwntj-fhe plcketl elerans from San
Domingo, who sailed from Porta Plata
in aelarge schooner. Day after day passed
and the- suntrics watching lor the long
looked fur steamer saw man) vessels of all
kinds pass up "and down the coast, hut
none (lisplajed the signal agreed upou nor
ran in toward the key. Afraid to display
signals for fear or hailing the wrung vts-
scl, they at last realized that their plan
had miscarried. Their stock of pmrisions
had run low, and they were obliged to sup
pi) their wants in some manner. This was
a difficult tnatur and was not accom
plished before they were reduced for days
to starvation diet.
Expos-d to tbe elements and fierce
tropical sun on a sandy key, with almost no
food and poor water, they suffered Rreatly
and abcut thirty of them, from ph)sical
weakness, were forced to desert or die.
They Here bouud l)y a strict oath and
then allowed to sail for Tampa.
Gen 'Rolorf determined. to save the expe
dition H took a email boat and with a
ngro sailor made a distant Florida port
nnd went to Now York. There he remained
two weeks with the Cuban leaders, se
cjretl another steamer and sailed on It In
order to direct the captains to tbe right
Tho steamer picked up the party and In
stead of sailing directly to the north coast
of Cuba, they circled the Island, passing
in nlmost hailing distance of several
Spanish gunboals and under covxr of a
foggy night, landd the expedition orf the
coast of Santa Spirita, near Las Tunas
de Zazo, on July 27.
COLD LEAD FOlt ZIP WVATT.
Capture of tlio Leuilor ot a Band of
Wichita. Kant., Aug. C "Zip" Wyatt,
allisDick Tir;cr, lender of the murdtroui
band of outlaws that sprang up In Okla
homa Territory after the extermination
of the Daiion gang, was captured ten miles
ca.'-t of Sheridan yesterday after a Ion?
chae and a fierce fight.
For two weefcs Wyatt hns been engaged
In a running fight with officer. Last
night he was driven from his hiding place
in the Cla".' Mountain and bronght to bay
Jii a cornfield Tho vigilantes surrounded
him, hut he managed to escape after he
had been -'hot in the right side.
At daybreak the pursuit began again
lie was found again and asked to surren
der, lie refused and Immediately begin
shooting. A dozen guns were fired at him,
and he fell with a bullet In his hip and two
In his thigh He was taken to Menneray,
where he lies In Jail. The physicians say
he lias a fal r chance of recovery.
Voluntary .dancos In HVnj;ei.
Providence, R. L, Aug. B. Tbe -voluntary
advance promised by the Woolen
Manufacturers' Club, composed of tbe
ProMdence, National, Saranuo, and Man
ton mills at Olneyville, and the Farwell
mills at Central Falls, the scene of the
great strike, went into effect on light
The advance on the weaving schedule
is aboat 7 1-- per cent., althougli this rate
varies in different mills, duo to the fact
that on low pick work the rate must be
proportionally better to enable the wea
vers to get fair wages. This dlffirejce is
all the weaving schedules.
A Itolativo of Cliarlea Sumner.
Boston, Aug. S. James Sumner died
last night at tho old Sumner homestead,
Milton. He was born in tbe homestead.
May 28, 1831. His rather was cousin
to -the famous sheriff of Suffolk County,
distinguished as the father of Charles Sum
ner. In tbe South, Just after the war,
be held an official position in the depart
ment of internal revenue. After some
years spent In tbe South, he returned to
Massachusetts, and, studying the usual
term in Hnrvard law school, was admitted
to the bar in 1861. In 188S be was nom
inated ns the Greenback Governor of Mas
sachusetts. MAP OF THE
The WEATHER MAP here printed was prepared from observations in the United
States aud Canada, mad at tbe same moment of lime; that is, at Washington 8
o. m., Eastern'tlme, and at San Francisco at 5 a. m.,Padfiotime. By this means we
have here a bird's eye view of the weather over the Thole country. By examining
map after map as they appear we can see the changes that have occurred, and can
get some idea of tbe probable, weather to follow. On the above map there is marked
niQH off the South Atlantic coast aDd North Pacific: coast. Theso highs usually
lndlcato clear weather; in winter, cool, but in summer cool only in the far east
front, as they move toward the East. The clear skies at tho center or the high
in tbe summer permit intense insolation, and very often our hottest waves come
lust after tbe high has passed.
A J,OW is marked in Minnesota. This indicates a disturbed region, with more
orlessratn. In th Missouri and Upper Mis sisstppl Valleys this rain afrequently oc
curs in tho rear ot LOW. In the cast part of the country, however, i bulk or the
ralu falls In the front of the LOW. Br rs memberlng these principles Si that HIQH
and LOWS move generally toward tbe EA8 T we can calculate coming .ther.
Forecast till 8 p.m. Tuesday: ForNewE ngland and Eastern New York Generally
fair; southwesterly winds. For the District of Columbia, Eastern Pennsylvania, New
Jersey, Delaware; "Maryland, and Vint tola Fair; sUghtly warmer la the interior
southwesterly winds. f "
Making money when
conditions are favor
able and satisfied to
lose when necessity
demands it. There's
several good reasons
for this one-third off
sale. Rebuilding' s
one. Want of more
room for the hats
and furnishings is
another. We don't
think any one should
neglect this offer.
Anything in this
big store at an even
third ' less than
"m arkc d-in-plain-figures"
Ctr. 711 ml E Skiff.
No Branch Store in This Citv
Unshlngton stock Exchange.
W. andO K-J!.5t0;3tCSi
Quotations Close of regular cmU.
not EKM1ENT B0XD3. ld. Ask'd.
II. S 4's It 130T IK 1W
U.fc 4' V PJU7 IH) 113
U.S.4S 1JI US
D. S.5's mi
risTrici or cotriisu aoxw.
fs 1S99 "31-year Funding" 103
CslSOJ' 30-year loaaii '! ....112
s iil "Water Mocx" . :y......US
"slSdi" Water stock" currency ..116
J dVs l'Jil "t undine"- currency no
Ufa lief. S-IOb, lSil-lWl... 100
WJtQKltConr. G" 1st. TO-13
W A a It K Coot. 6's id, 1WS- ......
Met It It CYmr 6"s, I'JOl
felt It KSsliUl
lldrjcton It UCs, 1395-1911
Columbia K K6's. IWt
ash Uas ( o, Spr A. C's. IMK-'fT....
W ash Has Co, Ser B. rs. l'JOI-'sa ....
U. S Flee Llcht ConrS's. 1U01
Amer bee x Trust 5 s,lW2
u'i Market Lo 1st 0s, lftii-IUll
$T,0l retired annually.... ......
W ash Mark Co Ezt n ts. 1914-V7
Masonic Hall Am n 3 . C, 1908
Wash Ltlnlantry 1st ss, 1901
Hauli Lt Infantry Jd 7'b, 1WU
H1I0X1L SINK STOCXa.
Hank of Ttepnbllc
Farmers and Mechanics.... .
S5.SO per Barrel.
SI.50 per H Barrel.
REEVES, POOLE & CO.,
1209 F St. N. W.
JBflSby & Company,
s&ters arid Brokers.
JEW YORfc T PHILADELPHIA,
We have- recently opened an eleparjt suite of offices at
ATLANTIC, CITtY,;N. J., where .ourTsjty "stomeV jwlll find-every-facillty
for executing orders -promptly; "
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LONG5WSTANCE 'PHONE SOS.
Traders- .?. .f. 10S
Xincols........,,,u,T,. ,......, (Rj
si, Dirosrr mrrwrjT co'a.
Nat hste Deposit sdlStrust in
Vashlncton Loan nl4'rust. lis
JVmerican Security and 1 rust 1SS
Wsshlncton snd OeorBetown ..STS 985
Metropolitan t. .:...., 93 SB
belt .... SS
Kctlcgton........l. SO St
Georgetown aad Teasllytowa
Sew Vork Stock: EicbAnifo Quotations..
Fornlshed by Sllsbj Co, bankers and
brokers. Metropolitan Bank, Fifteenth street,
opposite Treasury, Washington, D C
On Htsb LowCloilnr.
AmericsD locseco 111U 111U ill 111
Atchison. Top., A a F.. 15JJ 1SS, 151$ 15M
B AO 63
OC C 495i
Chessceake Ohlo 5114
C . Ik Uulncy KAi
Distiller A Cattle Feed... S1H
Denoral Electric Co 88
. kbu inn. iceu io-.'w
IxuisrllleKsshTilIe... S1H C15i lU HU
Ijiko Shore -1WV 1M1 IV) IV)
Lmke Erie Western.... X! SI HKii -i-7
MaohsttUL. MM 1H 115i 1ISS?
sllMourl Pseiac..-. X7H S8l 37H STsl
haw oelsna Kfi t64 Ute So
ZtenawMteni 10 h 101K 101 (i lOlfi
National Lead SU 3S 8t. S5
H. . CentraL 10IM 10l 10IV4 101U
Omaha 41U 1U m
Hsauine nii u 17K
ltockJuuid... -7a U 7SH
toiithernllsllnay 11 U 14U
houlhern ItaUwey. liTd t CU 41j
KLFaul 71 TH1 TOtJ
SufarTrosi 114 llSVa 113S4 1HV1
1 euuebsee Coal & Iron. .. C JH
Tcias l'aciao lHi 12
Union PnUflc 1ZM 13 Hi
U. 8 Coniare 1H 2
extern Union 93H SW
Aabuapreretrect S1H alH
thee I. . :... 16 ml
Wheei L. E. pTd SS 63
New York Cotton.
Month. Op'ni. lllsh. Low Close
Eeptember. A.8S B.D9 & 6 08
October. T01 03 701 7 01
December T.M Til 7 01 7 09
Chicago Board of Trad.
if you Hke7?but we do
not see any' need of it
when you can get Shoes
at such prices as prevail
All the Tan, Patent
Leather, Linen, Canvas,
and Novelty Shoes that
$5.00 now $2.85
$4.50 now $2.85
$4.00 now $2.85
All our Shoes that
$3.50 now..-, .r. . .$,89
$3.00 now, .. $j,89
B. Rich & Sons
Seventho't. N. W.
and F Sts.-7th St. and Pa. Ave.
- This company has money to loan
-collateral tecuritles in turns to rult
If yon desire to Improve your pres-
- ent property, or erect new buildings,
- tbis company will advance the neces--sary
Call for Fattlculars.
-JOHN JOT EDSON. . . -President
- JOHN A. BWOPE . . .Vice President
JOHN It. CAKMODT , . -Treasurer
Loan & Trust Co.
Cor. 9th and F Sts.
In order to oblige numer
ous customers who would
otherwise have been dis
appointed, we have decid
'ed to continue this great
Sale for 3 Days Longer.
All Bsrolar tS.OO Facts now SL76.
All Begalar 14 CO PaaU sot SL75.
All Ksgnlar $3.40 Pints now L75
All Begolar S3.00 Pants now SL75.
All Eegular 2 90 Panti now CL7S.
fL00, CLSS, St50-ALL AT 75c
Better take advantage
of this extension.
lew York Clothing House
311 Seventh St N. W.
is making very com
plete arrangements and
alterations in his great
Furniture and Carpet
Store for the fall trade.
Every day the fall
stock is coming in, and
it will be the finest and
largest of its kind ever
shown in this city.
WAS! B. WILLIAMS,
Furniture and Carpets,
7th and D Sts.
in all our prices
during our August
clearance sale. We
are clearing out ?
odds and ends at J
next to nothing. j
Special Fasis Sale .. . $1.48 A
Regular value, 52 to $150. A
Suits (worth S3. H50, I, $, snd
17), not In every size
bod XegUge Skirts
In variety of elgant patterns.
Garner i& Co.,
N. E. Cor. 7th and A.
ANOTHER BIG SURPRISE!
"This morning at 8 o'clock we launched another great six-day
special sale. The crowds that have -thronged our store since thesa
sales began -will come again this .week and their friends will coma
wun xnern. jso nquseKeeper m ine district ot Columbia can attord
to miss this offer.. Its equal has nevej been made by any other fur
niture house in the world. Until 9 o'clock next Saturday night you
can take your choice of any Bedroom Suite in our magnificent stoci
below cost and on easy weekly or monthly payments no notes-
no interest! Do you realize it ? "We'll say it again and LOUDERI
Every Bedroom Suite
Belqw Cost and on Credit
For, Six Days Only!
THIS SOLID OAK BEDROOM SUITE
t pieces All Hiftalr Follsbed Bedstead 6 feet 8 laches lilfh beautifully carred,
ss shown above. Dreessr has Mirror 30x18 Inches; 4 Drawers. Wash Stand
has splasher back, drawers, and a large double closet. Fries tat 6 dara ....
Sam Suite with larger glass, SlCLSa
T '"'""TrTST?B""MM'M mmmT - -3 ;
SBsesj'arltL..V1''ife5Mei iuf 2P''iVji ""$t,jfl
THIS SOLID OAK
3 pieces Hiihlr Polished Fedstead 6 feet 8 Inches high handsomely carved, as
shown above. German Bevel Hate Mirror In Dresser. 30x31 Inches; shaped
top; -t drawers. Hash fctanJ has splasher back, 2 large drawers at.d douDle
closet. Price for days
Ko. SI. Solid Oak 3-ptece Suite,
bed 8 f t 6 In high, 4 ft e In. wide.
4 drawei dre&ser. with SOxl bevel
piato class, dreeeer. 4ti& la., 3
drawers, double closet in waeh- Q f fin
stand. Wa3j2-'.M. ow $I4.UU
No. 523. Solid Oak Suite. 3 pieces;
bed 8 -ft 6 In high, 4 ft 8 in. wide;
drewer 41ICU in. lop. 30x31 bevel
plats class 4 drawets. hljbly ff I r flfl
polished. WulS, Now., -$3.UU
Ko wa Solid Oak Suite, 3 pieces,
handsomely carved, a very larse
suite. 3Sx33 French bevel plate
glass in dresser, 5 drawers; size of
dresser, SSxH in.; elzo of wash'
Stand, 3i In. by SS in. Wurth$ C0 tfl
Ko TO Suite SelM Oak. 3 pieces,
heavy earviu on led snd dresser.
84x) French plate glass in
dresser, 3 drawer combination
wasbstand, hi eh It polished. t0( flfl
Worth &0. Kow' 4uUUU
SO. Htf nandsoma Z-pIcce Suite,
solid oai, very lino carting on
headboard and dresser; 44xtJ in,
French plato glass. Worth flfl Wi
U5oa Hsducsdto..... -. )iu.UU
Grop's Mammoth Credit House
819, 821, 823 7th St.
Na"196U. Extn nesry Folid Oak
Suite Handsomely carved. 5
drawer dresser r-'rench plate
glass, 4fx3t la Worth Slltf Sow..
Ko 3JS. Tfiree-pl-e Quartered
Oak Suite. Pattern Pla e Class, to
x3Uln eallr carved. lollslinn-Ish-
J. a 136 Solid Oak Suite Three
pieces. Handsomely cvrved bed, 4
drawers In dresser, r ranch bevel
plate glass, S4X.TJ In. Very large
dresser and wssbstand. Worth UL
Ko. 124. Handsome Quartered Oak
Suite, oral panel in headboard,
oval French piste glass, 41x18 la.;
large dresser and washstand. Was
410O, This week.
Na C2i Scito Qnar(6fed Oak.
highly polished, very Urge dresser
and washstand, hacdomely
carved; trench plte glas-tlxja
inch dresser. WasJbioO Kow..
Ka 2L r.val plate Sails, SOiil
glass; large dresser and wash-
siand. Has I-so. Kow
Ko lOtl. Solid Oak Suite, large
glass In dresser, combination wash
stand, highly polUued aud well
made. Worth 350. Kow
N.W., Bet. H and I Sts.
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