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THE ' TIMES." TUESDAY. AUGUST 6, 1890.
One Gent ft
Xo advertisement less than 10s.
One Gent Z
Ko sdvenlsement less than J0
One Cent -A
No advertisement less than 10
One Gent wSr.
NoadTertlsemeat leu than 10.
One Cent &
Kocdrertlsement less than 10.
One Cent &
No advertisement less than 10 J.
One Cent &
Xondvrtljmoat 1m thsrt tO.
V-' "& Pi-W- .'" "
BUMMER boarders at Ralelgh-on-lhe-Potomac;
superb accommodations. 8.
L. RALEIGH. Ridge, Md. au6-7t
on water front; terms reasonable; spe
cial rates to parties. Address 11 KB. G. E.
POTOMAC BAT-A new place op
posite WUkcrfon's; beautifully located
forsummcr boarding; bcatlng.linthlng.fisb
lng, etc.; table abundantly furnished; terms
low. C. C. WILKERSON, Prop..
Jy30-lmo Colonial Beach, Va.
WOODLAWN- Rockvllle, Md.; with
all modern conveniences; lighted with
pas, baths, etc.; large rooms and shaded
lawns; terms moderate; $1.00 per day, $7
toSlOpcrweek. MUS.M. J.COLLEY.
Famous No. 0 Beer. The Hoertnann.
Si'pllEKE ARE OTHERS" IN THE PKINTINO
JL business, but f .w concerns Ilk. Tn Law
Keporter Company, of 61S Flftb street north
v.it You'll anil It a positive raliat to trad
ther. Dolt. JL W. MOORE, il jr.
JUST RECEIVED rino Int joung Cu
ban parrots, guaranteed to talk; also
monkeys, canaries, mocking birds, cold
fish, dogs, and fancy pigeons. SCHMID'8.
712 12tb st. nw., branch 1221 Pa. ava
- MONET TO LOAN.
MONEY to loan on bonds, stocks, trust,
loan association ceitificats. and old
line life iusuianco policies; no delay.
YERKES & BAKER,
40 to 40 MetzetottBIdg.
MONEY TO XiOA-N-Iu large sums.
or as low as isi.tiuu.nt 5 ana o per
cent, on D. C. real estate; also $230, $500,
?700,clc.,fc5 G per cent. WM. A. SAUN
DERS & CO., 1407 F st. tf
MONET to loan on leal estate at less
than G pel cent.; to be returned In
monthly Installments; no commissions. J.
T. H. BALL, 721 13tllst nw.
MONEY to loan at 5 and G per cent.,
on Dlstilct of Columbia realty; no
delay It security is satisfactory.
WALTER H. ACKER, 704 14th nw.
CONCERNING LOANS AND INVEST
MENTS" Read this booklet carefully
before borrowing or investing; call and get
a copy frec.-B. EC. WARNER & CO.. 5)16
F st. nw. m28-3mo
MONET TO LOAN All classes of leal
rust ate loons made with promptness at car?
rent rates. THE McLACHLEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor
ner 10th and Q stmts nw. mutf
HK. FULTON'S LOAN OFFICE. 1315 PA.
ar. a. w. Established in 1S70. Money
loan.tl on watches, diamonds, jewelry, silver
ware, etc. bpeclal bargains la watches, jewelry,
and silverware. IcJMoo
"THE DEAN"-Newly remodeled
furni-hed-room house, faciLg.-".3?'fc; sin
gle orjdoyJl270oai7"Wilu or Wii1)Ut
-iloSrd 321 Mi'-souriave. auG-lv
'Washington. D. O.
H. o. RTJRcn. Manner
WANTED-August Reutz, at 2042 7th
n. w. nuG-3t
"KEEP a steppln." We make "limes"
a great deal better than they really
arc by selling elegant suits, custom made,
the "least bit" worn, at a figure that'll
keep you cool. JUSTH'S OLD STAND,
C19 I) at. nw
THE "3 DATS" CUKE For men.
This remedy nircs in 3 days or no
charge. Consultation free. DR. MtKEE-
UAN, 71G 12th St. nw. JjlC-ln.o
PROF. CLAT oldest established nd-
vcrtlslug clairvoyant, medium and for
tune telltr In this city, removes all your
troubles; tells from cradle to grave; ad
vice on business, love affairs, losses or
matrimonial adventures; unites separated
and causes speedy marriage with one you
love by proper advice. Call and be con
vinced that I can work a case quicker
Uian auy medium you ever met. Fee, 00
cents. Hours, 10 to 9; open Sunday.
B9 H St.. bet. 4 1-2 Mid Cto st sw.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
WANTED-Situation by au experi
enced bread baker, rieose address
O. S , 162G 33d st. W. Wash. auG-3t
WANTED-To exchange equity In
fine brick, northwest, and "West
Fctworth" stock; $5,000 for house;
Mojnt Pleasant or suburbs. Address
NORWAY, this office. au5-3l
STATION COHNEIt OP blXTII AND B
IrTffect lunc 28. Ifi'JV
J0.I1 A. M. PENJiSYLVANIA LIMITED-Putt.
man t-erinr, Dining. Smoking, and Obser
vation Cars llarrlfcburg to Chicago, Cincin
nati, Indianapolis, fat Loals, Cleveland, aul
Toleda Buffet Parlor Car to Barrlsburg
10.SO A 1L FAS1' LIN11 Pnllman Buffet Pa-,
lor Car to llarrlsburg Parlor and Dinlax
Cars, Uarrisburg to Pittsburg
I C P. iL CUIOAUU AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.
Pullm&n Buffet Parlor Car to HarrUbarg.
Sleeping and Dining Cars, llarrlsburg to is.
I ouis. Cincinnati, Louisville, and CMcaga
TJO P. !. WEslKKN WCl'RESi Pullman
Sleeping Car to Chicago, and Ilarrlsburj t J
tieroland Dining Car to Chicago.
'.Ml: M. bOUTH-WtSTEKN EXPRESS. Pull.
manMeepIng and Dining Cars to St Loals,
r.nd Mee) lug Car llarrlsburg to Cincinnati.
10:40 P.M. PACIFIC EXPREsPullmanbleep
lng Car to Pittsburg.
'.10 A. U for Kane, canandalgua, Rochester,
andNiagari Palls dally, except Bundiy.
10.SO A. M. Jor Elmlra and Kenova, dally, except
Sunday. For Uliamsport dally, 3 U P. -iL
S 10 P. M. for Wllllamsport, Rochester. BuCalo,
end Niagara Falls dally, except Saturday,
with sleeping car Washington to Suspenstos
Lridge via DnHala
:C 0 P. L for trie, Canandalgua. Rochester.
BuCalo. and Niagara Falls dally; eleepin;
car Washington to tlmlra.
r-r 1 lula Jcip Ia f "rlc. and fie Kit
itiOV. it. "CONQKEsSION.U. LIMITED." a I
rarlor Cars, with Dining Car from Balti
more, forew York dally, for Philadelphia
noflk-days. Regular at 7413 (Dining Car,
'. tJ. 9X10, I0M (Dining Car), and 11:00 (Din
ing Car) a m., 12:13,3 15. 42, C 40, 10-00. and
U.E3p m. On Sunday. 7-03 (Dining Car),
:.20,!H, 11 0) (Dlnin? Oar) a. m.. 12 1S.T1 13,
4 10. S 40, 10X0. nnd 11:33 p. m. For Phila
delphia only. Fast Express 7.53 a. m. week
days xpro, 2-01 and 5.40 p. m. dally.
for Bcstcn, without change, 73 a. sl woe'x
days, and 3 13 p m. dally.
Tor Baltimore, 6SB, 7:03, 730, 7S), 0J,
JOoO. 10.30, 11 -Ok and 113 a. m., 12 IS,
Ml. 3 15. 3-3. (13 Limited), 4.-40, 4a, 5-40,
rss. 6.43, 7:10. 10-03, 10:40, 11-15, and 11.33
,. m. On Sunday, 743, 7.30, X. S:0j,
5030, lli3 a. m., li-15, la3.fc01.SJS.3 43 (4-OJ
Limited), 433, S-4U, P03, 6 40, 7 JO, 10 JO, 13: U,
Tor Tope a Creek Line. 733 a. m. and 4 .33 p nv
daily, except Sunday.
Tor Annapolis, 733 and 9-03 a. m., 12:15 and 4!)
p. in. daily, except Sunday. Sundays, S.J)
a. m and 4-23 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Richmond,
Jacksonville, aud Tarapa, 4.30 a. m., 3,10 p. m.
dally. Richmond and Atlanta. 8 40 p. m. dally.
Richmond only. 10.37 a. m. week days.
Accommodation for C3.uantlco, 7:45 a. m. dally,
aud 433 p. m. weeklajs.
Tcr Alexandria, 4 JO, 6J5, 7.-4S. 8.M. MJ. 10JT
11X0 a. in , 12.30. 1:40, 330,433, BIO, 5.37, 6 1J
f -C2, 10:10, and 11 .39 p m. On Sunday at L33,
'. 45. 9 45 a. m., 2.43. 0 15, SB, and 10:10 p. m,
leTe Alexandria for Washington, 6.-05, 6 4S,T3S,
E 03, 9:10. 10 15, 10 S3 a. m , 10, 2:15, 3:00, 331
t.CO, 5J0 6.1S, 7:00, 730. SU0. 10J2, and 1LU8 p.
m. On Sunday at 6 43, 9.10, 1039 a. m.,t 1J,
I JO, 7X0. 70, V.10, and 102 p. m.
for Atlantic City, SM (Saturdays only), 10.-03,
II 00a. in. weekdays, 12.13 and 1L33 p. m.
Per Cape Hay, 10.00 a. m., ffatnrdays only),
12.15 p. m. veak days, and 11:35 p. m. dally.
Ticket offices, northeast corner of Hthstreet
and Pennsylvania Avenue, and at the station
Sixth and B Streets, where orders can he left tor
the checking of bagc ago to destination from
hotels and residences,
fe. V. P1USVOST. R. 'WOOD,
General Managec. General Passenger 4
"WANTED A boy to work In paint
shop. 428 lOlli st. nW. It
SELP FREE-lrs- L. C. UOON..10G
O st. nw. . auC-ot
WANTED-Steady man to board Jn
private family; reasonable terms. G3G
II st. sw. au5-3t
WANTED expert soap powder can
vassers. Apply at 408 Fla. are. nw.,
after 4 pm. au2-lw
EELP WATT TED-MALE AND
WANTKDSmltu Piemler Typo
wilter operators and stenographers
directed to. positions. Operators de
siring to familiarize themselves with new
No. 2 Smith Piflmier Typewriter call
THE SMITH PREMIER TTPEWRITER
CO., No. 141G F Bt. nw. Jy31-tf
TV ANTED M1SCELLANF.OCB.
WANTED-All ladles to know they
can have their dress suits made with
first-class finish and guaranteed per
feet fitting from $1 upward. Address 619
Mass. avc. nw. nuG-2t
WANTED-To sell orchestra set of
buffet clarionets with case. Apply
to 631 2d st. ue. au6-3t
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint,
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE
And charge only for painting: work guarantee!
2s AT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO, 10S Bta sir
WANTED A numberof ho rsesfor pas
turage; plenty f wnter.grassand shade;
$5 per month; and will want a number of
horses to winter at $8 per mouth. C. H.
PARKER.-Lay Hill, Md., or 435 4 1-2 Bt.
sw.; tel. 574. Jy23-14t
$4 per week for good room and excellent
board at The Templar, 207 Pa. ave.
nw. . Bu6-7t
BOARDERS WANTED By
widow lady wltli large modern house,
20 minutes' ride from B. A P. statiou.
Room and board, S4 per week. SHADE,
this office. auS-3t
FOR RENT-821 3d st nw., 2 nice,
large rooms, front aud back, 2d floor;
fur. or uufur.; suitable for light, housekeep
ing; very desirable location; price $12.
FOR RENT Nicely fur. 2d floor rear
room; conveniences same floor; $G; ref.
418 2d st. nw. auG-3t
FOR RENT Fur. room, 14x15; very
cool: location unsurpatsed. Apply II.
G. P., 3d floor. 912 P St. nw. anG-3t
FOR RENT Two large rooms, with
aleove; heat, gas, bath, three closets;
near II st. cars; to couple without chlldreu
624 11th st. tie. auC-3t
FOR RENT Rooms, with or without
board; suitable for gentlemen. 943
L st. nw ouG-31
FOR RENT On the lDtlt, neatly fur.
room with board for two gentlemen;
best coffee and hot bread every day; terms
reasonable; also table board, 15 ier
month. 515 2d St. nw. uuG-3t
FOR RENT Very desirable fur. rooms;
alio exullent family table board; con
venient ami pleasant locality; reasonable
tcrniB. 702 lflth st. nw. ?S.4'It
FOR RENT At 215 9lh St. sw , near
B, fur. and unfur. rooms; one fur. hall
room, SI per mouth; heat, gas, and bjth.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms to single
gentlemen; $1 per week. 1003 O
St. nw. - au3-7t
FOn SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE Cheap, "-room houe in
Palis Church. Address Bos. 3S, Falls
Church. Va au4-6t
FOR SALE-Langdon, J2.D0O new C
room frame house. Offer wanted.
OWNER, this office. Jv30-7t
TOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE 948 N. Y. ave. , 1 bedroom
setri upright folding bed, with hair
mattress, also husk mattress, dining
room chairs, 1 barber chair, 1 bootblack
chair, all very cheap. au6-3t
FOR SALE Sound young horse;
good buggy harness; $70. A. W.
MILLS .219 13th st. sw. nuG-3t
FOR SALE Saloon. 725 7th St. n w.
WALTER GOETZES'GEE, administra
tor. - - auG-3t
FORSAIjE Atabargalulf told within
10 dajs, a 7-rooni house on F St. sw.,
bet. 4 1-2 and Gth tts., with .ill m .1. B.
LEONARD, 530 4 1-2 tt. sw. au4-10t
SACRIFICE Sale of Extension-top
Carriage, Trap; also 2 sets of harness;
must be sold at once. 927 D st. nw.
auo 7 1
FOR BENT nOTJSES.
512.50 117thst e.5r brie.
C T. YODER. B15 E St. nw.
K35.00- 14ZO Uth St. nw.,sr. b.; m L
O. T. YODEB. 615 E St. nw.
S4S.SO 120 E St. nw.; 14 r., a. m. J.
C. T. YODER, 615 Est. nw.
S3S.OO 314 to 320 N. Cave. se.;0r,
a. m. L; new.
O. T. YODER. 615 E Bt nw.
S32.SO 314 to 320 N. C. ave. so ; Or ,
a. m. L; new.
C. T. YODER. 615 E st nw.
FOR RENT House 2204 I St. nw ;
7r., gas, water; key at O'Callaghan's
grocery store. No. 2200 I sU nw. au6-14t
FOR RENT 08 " st- ce- seven
room house, a. m. 1 , with cellar; In
excellent condition; $22 50 per mo. au6-3t
BY LATI MER, MORGANA CO., AUCTION
EERS, 1229 AND 1231 G STREET
TRUSTEES' SALE OF A FRAME
DWELLING. NUMBERED 915 THIRD
By virtu9 of a deed of trust dated May
9th, 1S95, and recordMl In Libel 2011,
folio 34G et scq., of tho Land Records
of tlio District of Columbia, and at the re
quest of the party secured thereby, we will
sell at public auction. In front or lue prem
ise, on WEDNESDAY, THE SEVENTH
DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1695, at S o'clock
p. m , all those certain pieces or parcels
of land known and distinguished as parts
of lots 13 and 14 in Daniel Shanaban's
subdivision of lots In square 77G, as per
plat recorded In Liber "W. F.," folio 46,
of the records of the office of the Surveyor
of the District of Columbia, beginning at
the southwest corner of said lot 13 and
running thence north on Third street 44
feet 2 Inches, thence east 33 feet to -the
east line or said lot 14, thence south on
said line 44 feet 2 Inches to the southeast
corner or said I6t 14, thence west 33 feet
to tho place of beginning, the same being
sold together with the Improvements. ,.
This propHrty wUl bo sold, however, sub
ject to a prlor'decd of trust for $1,000 to
secure the Old Dominion Building and Loan
Association, -of Rlbmond, Va., full par
tlcularsjif which will bs mado known at
TERMS All cash over and above tho
amount of said prior incumbrance. A de
posit of SOOwill be required at time ot
sale. All conveyancing and recording at
purchaser's oust. Terms of sole to be com
plied with within ten (10) days from dato
ot sale; in default of which trustees re
serve the right to resell at risk and cost of
defaulting purchaser after such notice as
the trustees may deem proper.
LUTHER B. BALL,
BURGESS K. GLADMAN,
L. D. YARRELL, Attorney for Beneficiary
60S E street northwest. jy27-10t-d&di.
OCR Greatest Medium and Spiritual
Who tells you all things and prescribes
a proper remedy for your trouble,
can be consulted at ber parlors on all
affairs of life.
1109 Q ST.NW.
ALWAYS AT HOME
MME. BROOKE tells all the events
of life; all business confidential; ladles
and gentlemen, 60 cents each; hours, 8
a. m. to 8 p. m. C05 New York arenas
northwest, near Sixth street. Jy25-14t
EGYPTIAN GYPSY- Bevcnth
- daughter ot the Bevcnth generation;
she can take off spells and cause to marry,
as well as tell you the past and future;
persons calling at the tent, next to railroad,
will ask tor MADAM BURNETT.
Take Ecklngton and Soldiers' Home
J. T. WALKER BONH. 204 lutb St. nw.,
carpet lining, felts, fir brick and clay,
bestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement, two
and three-ply roofing material. apr21-tf
MME. ESTELLE tells aU the
events of life In German and English;
hours, 9 a. to. to 10 p. m.; 25 and 60
cents; cures all cases of running or dry
sores 813 19th at. nw. Jeg9-lm
THE Wonderful Remedy. Cancers
cured without knife, pain, or pay
until cured: also carbuncles, piles, dropsy,
by Prof. MARTIN RILEY, 467 Pa. ave.
LADIES needing confidential treat
ment. A safe and lure relief in all
female trouble, constipation, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula,
etc. Separate looms for patients before
and during confinement, and find homes
tor Infants If required. Strictly confiden
tial. MRS.DR. RENNER, 16 Fourth St. ne.
near E. Capitol St., Washington, D. C.
DR. TAYLOR, 906 F St. nw., makes
full sets ot teeth for $5; satisfaction guar
anteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling, $1; amalgam, 60c. Jel3-3m
IF you have rheumatism or neuralgia
Inquire aboutViUettc's 4 OlIs.Drugglsts'.
THIS Is no pausing fancy, but an es
tablished fact. We are tolling elegant
cunom-mnde suits but "fllghtly worn" at
figures that are the talk of tho town. Look
us up. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 D st.
I HAVE this day admitted my son,
Oscar L. Taylor, to au equal partner
ship In ray business J. G. TAYLOR,
Manager -The Brunswlck-Balke-Collender
Baltimore, August 1, 1893. auC-2t
31. J. CURRY & SONS, Contracting
Brlcklacrs; brick work of all kinds
done; Jobbing promptly attended to; all
work guaranieeu; smoky chimneys cured or
no charge; 23 years' experience. No.
B08 13th st. nw. au3-lw
REMOVAL NOTICE-O.L. Wild's
llros. A Co. navo renioied their music
store to their new aud commodious quart era.
No. 1315 Seventh street northwest, where
their friends and patrons will receive the
usual prompt and courteous attention to
their musical wants. aul-7t
SPECIAL to Table Boarderi Messrs
DuKy is Leounarda, proprietors ot
"The American House," comer Pennsyl
vania avenue and Seventh street, beg to
announce to the public generally that they
are now serving the best table board In the
city, from 6 a. m. to 8 p" m., at the
following reduced prices: 3 meals per day,
$20; 2 meals per day, $10 per month.
Particular attention given ladies.
A MEETING t the stockholders ot
Company, of the District of Columbia, will
be held at the off Ice or the company, on Mon
day, the Sth day or August. 1S95, for the
annual election of directors.
Polls open at 12m. and close at 1 o'clock
p. m. SAM CROSS.
Jy 14-23t Secretary.
NO CHARGE It I cannot collect
bad bills. H. D. GORDON, Attorney-at-Law,
918 F st. nw. nuB-2t
XAKE NOTICE I paper rooms for
$2 and upward; you can tare 20 per
cent on these prices. F. G. NOLTE, 810
9th st. nw. Phono., 443. No branch.
FOR RENT OR SALE Nice T
rootn. cottage In Mt. Pleasant; large
lot and stable; water at door; rent only $16;
will sell cbeap or exchange. G. J. BONBv
631 F st. AugG-3t
FOR EXCHANGE Smith Premier
typewriter, but little used, for lady's
njgh-gradc pneumatic tire bicycle; must
be first-class machine. PREMIER, this
WANTED To sell small g rocery ; good
business done; expecting to leave
city. 150 Q st. se. au6-3t
FOR SALE Or exchange; parties de
siious of disposingof any kind of business,
apply to us.
Coal and wood yard; first-class location,
with $8,000 stock; Fine confectionery and
restaurant; established trade; best location;
$1,000. Grocery, fine fixtures; good lo
cation; $1,800. Nice grocery, $600; and
various other kinds of business places.
Parties wanting buyers for any business
call on us. We have numerous applicants.
All business confidential, and now Is the
time, it yoti want to bay or sett. Come to
see us. T. O. ANDERSON & CO., 007 G
et nw. auS-mae-tf
wSoR' August 5. 1895. u5P
f Publisher The Times. (il
V WW I 0ne insertion of a "For SaIe" advertisement Wy
Ko in your great paper sold my second wagon for Kfc-ynL
V?V me the same night. I am astonished at the re- TjJ
f$ suits I received. &
VJ UrS !i3C", JOSEPH A. YATES. AS
tv 5 i " " 6A2 I0th street- wy
TAKEN FROM THE
Local and Telegraphic News Briefly
Told to Complete the Bjstory
of Twenty four Hours.
The wisdom of having a life-guard at
the free bathing beach was never better
illustrated than about 3(o'ilock yesterday
afternoon. James Gasscll, a twelve-year-old
boy, who lesideSiatlNo. G30 O street
northeast, had a narrow escape from losing
bis lire. - n'
Cassell, whw was swimming towards the
platform, suddenly threw up his hands
and sank beneath theiwater. He arose and
disappeared for the seLond time.
"Cries of "B? drowning" and "Save
him" rang out, nnd the greatest excite
ment ensued. r
The cries were heard by Life-saver- R .
A. Tegler, and like a flash he sprang to the
boy's rescue. Cassell. Tf ho had commenced
to struggle wildly for life, grabbed at
Tegler. but Ibc latter reared that botb
would be drowned K he allowed the partly
drowned lad to dutch him.
Ptnally the life-guard secured the proper
bold on young Cassell and towed him In
hafuty to the shore.
Messrs. Caldwell & Smith, the lessees ot
Riverside Park, where the fracas took
place Sunday evening were in Alexandria
yesterday trying to persuade tho-e Alex
andrians who were assailed at the park
on 8unday evening to swear out warrants
for the arrest of the men who attacked,
them, and it Is expected that this will be
It Is also understood that the Fairfax
county authorities will imestlgate tho
matter and punish fill who were concerned
In it, and It is nice than probable that
xtJjJnrj aqi jo Majsauomfi 'n 'a oSpnf
county court, will revoke the liquor license
of the park for selling on Sunday. The part
authorities have discharged Bob Harper,
who was employed as a constable and bar-,
tender on the grounds.
The regular monthly meeting of th
Anti-Saloon League was held last even
ing at No. G23 Louisiana avenue. Vice
President James L Ewln In the chair,
with Miss May Lecb acting secretary.
TTe time was lorwiiiiifd in hearing tho
reports of tbo standing committees.
O. L. Pruden, assistant secretary to
the President, left Washington yesterday
morning for his old home In New Jersey,
where he will spend his vacation.
Tho crack riflemen of the District militia
have their good eyes on the Hilton trophy,
and Incidentally for the thousands of dol
lars in cash prizes at the coming interstat
competition at Bea Girt City. For two
successive years the BUtrict rifle team
held the Hilton trophy but lost it in 1894
by only six points. It Is to be won again
and they propose to vt it.
About rifty ot the contestants for nomi
nation on tho competing team which will
consist of twelve men, spent yesterday
afternoon at Ordway rifle range. -
The mass meeting held under the aus
pices of the Capital City Republican Club
on H street between Third and Four-and-a-half
streets last evening "In the interests
of harmony" was not a howling success as
far as effecting a reconciliation among the
opposing factions of the colored Republi
cans in the District Is concerned. It was in
point ot fact captured as one man by the
stalwart Col. Perry Carson, who was an
Among those at tho Metropolitan are
Miss Nettle Fltzhugh. of Fredericksburg,
Va.; Mrs. Moncure Robinson, of Richmond;
John M. Beall, ot Richmond: W. H. Patter
son, or Atlanta; and T. E. Copeland, of
Trenton, N. J.
Gcorgo W. Thompson, ot Yazoo City,
Miss.; FeUx Btrickel, ot Pittsburg, Pa.;
D. J. Wiley, of Bristol. England, and
William Bailey Thomas, of Atlanta, are at
the St. James.
The Washington and Great FallElce
tric Railway Company has filed notices
ot appeal in each ot the condemnation
suits aginst James B. McCatfrey, John F.
Rich and W. J. Fowler. The company
also made tho motion Jto enter Into imme
diate possession ot the property by giving
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if. returned to Marble Satooa. It
bond on the appeal. The case will be
heard in court on next Thursday.
John C. Sinclair has brought suit in
equity against Elizabeth M. Power and.
others, asking the court to declare lot 6,
square 45, subject to a deed of trust and
to compel, II necessary, tne selling or
tho properly In order to pay three prom
issory notes aggregating about $300.
Phillip M. O'Bryon, a painter, aged
fifty-five years, fell from a ladder yester
day afternoon, sustaining a severe fracture
of the left arm. He was taken to the
Emergency Hospital and Doctors Furlong
. and Sbortlldgedressed the Injury.
Michael Burke, firty years of age, and a
resident of Ecklngton, was run over by an
express wagon near his home yesterday,
receiving slight wounds of both legs. He
was treated by Drs. Shortlldge and Fur
long at the Emergency Hospital.
There is little probability that the
Young Men's Christian Aksociatlon will
purchase the building now occupied by
the Columbia Athletic Club. Secretary
Pugh, of the former, yesterday said that the
matter had not been given serious consid
Mlddletown, Conn., Aug. 5 Winis Sears,
of Cobalt, was found lying dead In a
pool of blood this morning by his two
sisters, with whom ho lived. Sears bad
taken his own life by an unusual means.
During the night he took a shotgun, and
placing Ibe two barrels under his "chin
and the butt on the floor he pulled the
triinrr br a sllnir attached to his feet.
His head wa3 blown off his body and
death was almost instantaneous, ue
was sixt -eight years old.
Athens. Ga.. Aug. 5. Secretary Hoke
Smith reached hcrp to-day from Gaines
ville, where his family are summering.
To-morrow he speaks on the financial
question at Jefferson.
Cleveland. Ohio, Aug. 5. The Cleveland
Rolling Mill Company announced an ad
vance of wages to the wire drawers in its
wire mllll. making their pay equal to that
of the American wire works men. The
.advance was voluntary, and Is to take ef
fect from August 1.
Susquehanna. Pa., Aug. 5 The locomo
tive shoiw of the New York. Lake Eric and
Western Railway at this place will begin
running twenty-four hours out of each
week after to-morrow. They have only
run full time for nine weeks during the past
Kissingcn, Aug. 0 Mr Louis Stern, ot
New York, was sentenced to-day to two
weeks' Imprisonment for Insulting a pub
lic official, ai'd to pay a fine of 600 marks
for resistance to the authority of the
State. The defense pleaded not guilty to
the charge of resistance and asked that
Mr. Stern be found guilty only on the
charge ot Insulting a public olficiaJ.
Columbia, S. S., Aug. 0. Information
was given In these dispatches a few days
ago of the mysterious murder at Spar
tauhurgofa joung white man named J.O
A special to the State to-night
suites that J. B. Pain, a white man, has
confessed that Mrs. Carson and Edward
Green, her paramour, did the killing.
Green promised Pain $100 not to in
form on him.
Mrs. Carson and Green have been ar
rented and lodged In the Spartanburg jail.
It was with difficulty that the officers
prevented an infuriated mob from lynching
the prisoners on the way to Jail.
Richmond. Va., Aug. 5. A Keswick spe
cial to the Dispatch says that Mrs. Anielie
Rives Cbanlcr is ill at the home of her
father in Albemarle county.
Baltimore, Aug. B Mrs. Annie Schloffer
and her three children wereprobably fatally
burned this afternoon by the explosion of
a gasoline stove. ,
Mount Sterling. Ky., Aug. 5. Henry
Reynolds, a seventeen-year-old boy, was
yesterday shot and killed by JohnUawkl ns,
a farmer -nho claimed that tho boy had
been too Intimate with his wife. Hawkins
will be lyncned if caught.
Topeka, Aug. 5. The old soldiers of To
peka and Shawnee county, who called for
their njonev at the office of Pension Com
missioner Glick to-day, had tho following
circular distributed among them:
"Comrades: Halt. You are entitled to
goldinpaymentofyourcbecks. Demand it.
Do not accept depreciated currency."
The pensioners-are paid by checks which
are cashed at Topeka banks.
Richmond, Va., Aug. 5 The South Caro
lina registration case care up to-day Iiefora
Jndge Goff on a motion from counsel tor
another injunction. The case was ar
gued, and Judge Gotf will render bis de
cision to morrow.
Annapolis, Aug. B. The yacht Medusa,
attached to the Naval Academy, with the
second division ot the second class aboard,
ran aground on Horn Point to-day. Three
launches failed to haul her off. She is
expected to be "kedged" off at high tide
New York, Aug. B. The Garment Work
ers' strikols practically a victory for the
anion, although Secretary Wltkowiski,
who on Saturday night made a formal sur
render In the name ot the contractors' as
sociation, was not able to deliver all of
the goods and a few cmplovers are still
resisting the workers' demands.
Newark. N. J., Aug. B. The Republican
19 as the date for the gubernatorial con
vention to be- held at Trenton.
7k$ Prise Figure.
Ify A. W. MITCHELL.
Young Lawyer RadcUffe walked leis
urely down Mayfleld street toward tho
Episcopal Church He was tall aud thin,
with a narrow white face and a Roman
nose. As ueual, he wore atall sIUc hat
and a trim blaok suit.
As be came in sight of the church door
a crowd ot children flocked therefrom.
f This showed him his visit had been cor
rectly timed, for bis Intention was to walk
home with Miss Paula Pryor, the charm
ing teacher of the infant clas. As Miss
Pryor had not appeared when he reached
the stone steps, Mr. RadcUffe entered
into a somewhat labored conversation with
the deaf sexton to cover the embarrassment
natural to a fastidious lawjer hanging
Miss Pryor's class was the first one
next tho chancel. Here the Rev. Septlmius
Oglethorpe loved to watch her as she fed
the heavenward longings of her young
charges and sought vainly to curb their
more evident earthly natures.
The Rev. Mr. Oglethorpe was short and
rather cliubby, with rouud blue eyes and
little white teeth, frequently disclosed
by bis genial smile. Since his coming to
ilayfleld Mr. Oglethorpe's thoughts had
been all for Miss Paula, though he bad
so divided his attentions as to cause no
Jealousy among tho ladies ot his parish.
For six months the course of clerical love
had been as smooth as the clerical hair
During the later spring, however. Fate
bad thrown a dark shadow Into this rose
colored paMomL. Theshadow was Introduc
ed to Mr. Ogletborpe as Roumey Kadcliffe,
beginning his legal career In May filed, and
as Important In his own eyes as only that
man can' be who is fresh from college
RadcUffe "as playing bis cauls for old
Judge Pryor's favor, as Mr. Oglethorpe
could plainly see. That was natural, for,
of course, the Judge would help him In
his profession. But It was wholly uncalled
for that he tbould extend his attentions to
the judge's daughter.
Now was Mr. Oglethorpe's soul dis
quieted by the apparition of a tall font,
crowned with a tall silk hat, at every
function graced by Miss Pryor. His
cheerful, high-pitched voice would waver
and almost break whtn he glanced up
from his sermon and saw that legal inter
loper eittlng behind the stove watting for
the end of the service and for the lacy.
Scramble as itp would, Mr. Oglethorpe could
not get off hii" surplice and beat the church
door in time to head off his rival. After
several vain efforts, be formed n plan to
outwit the lawyer. He asked Mlsa Paula
to find the lessons foThlni after each serv
ice for the next one. This detained her
In that most convenient spot until the
rector could prepar- to stroll down the
aisle ami bow a triumphant greeting to
the forestalled Radoliffe.
This Sunday morning as Mr. Oglethorpe
was closing the school, an involuntary
glance from the window showed hlra the
hateful black hat coming down the street,
threatening even his last sacred privilege.
Teddy Traers saw it, too.
"Say, Miss Paula," he whispered to
his teacher. "The other man's comin' after
Paula shook her head at Teddy for
whispering, but smded sweetly on Mr.
Oglstbori;, as she passed him on her xray
to chang? a book in the library. Reas
sured by that smile, Mr. Oglethoriie waited
patiently at the bead of the class pew,
watching the library door like a purring
pussy cat for a mouse, who had agreed
to come out. Without by tho stoi.0 stejis
waited, equally patient and equally com
plaisant, Mr. Roumey RadcUffe; for, as
he ran out, Teddy Travers. who had a
wcafciess for irniwrtance. had said to him
In a friendly, confidential way: "Teacher
knows we're here, mister, an she's comin"
right out " Never tx-rore had such a di
rect recognition oT his suit been vouch-
sard, and the lawyer s noiw rose nurn
H had not expected to set aside his rival
Meaiiwbil. as the minister stood by the
Iw and the lawyer by the door, Paula
Pryor had finished her errand in the li
brary and stpped out through 'he narrow
portal, winch furnHh"d a rear entrance
to the church, to the bank of the Wepo
waug River, flowing near. She strolled
calmly and ivaceably northward alocg
this bank, past the village center, until
she came to the fields where a l.gbt grove
fnngs the stream and pink and white
riowers nod over its ripples. She climbed
lightly over the low stone Tence that
bounded the fields and sauntered on into
thi woods, enjoying the summer breeze
and sunshine. Her face was as placid
and fair as ever. Only her eyes laugLed
So ahorrd was she In her own thoughts
that she almost stepped upon Tom Kane
beroru she saw him. Tom was a young
man at whom all the village authorities
looked askance. With all his advantages,
they said, he had never amounted to any
thing. He traveled abroad and studied art
without so much as a crayon portrait to
show for it. He was graduaU-d at l'ale.
and wasn't a minister or a doctor or a
lawyer. Undlstur'l by his failures, how
ever, he went his own lazy way without
effort to conciliate public opinion. Only
the small boys defended his good name.
They knew that his was the truest aim and
strongest arm in the village: that no
catcher could ever "get on" ti his curves:
that nobody else knew where all the fish
and all the birds and all the squirrels
lived, or could tell stories which would
make a fellow forget the toothache, or
draw a picture of Robinson Crusoe so
real that a dog would bark at it. Paula
had been to school with Tom In their
childhood, but I late years they had seldom
met. Now he lay stretched out at her
feet, carefully drawing a pompous old
beetle napping under a plantain leaf,
while beside blm a bamboo fishing rod was
balanced over the stream by a stone.
He had not heard Paula's approach, and
sketched on quietly. She wondered ir she
could withdraw without disturbing him.
It was very bad taste to bo around like
this and go fishing on Sunday. Her lips
curved in disapproval. When her eyes',
following the fish line, reached the hook.
There nibbling dalntly was the fattest,
handsomest trout that had ever swam in
the Wepowaug. In breathless silence rhe
laid her hand on Tom Kane's bead. Tom
was not nervous, and had many times
confronted the unexpected. Therefore he
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turned from contemplation of a beetle to
the touch of a soft, white hand without a
sound. He merely looked Inquiringly into
Paula's eyes and followed ber eager glance
to the fish hook. Then in a cecond bis
portly troutsblp lay flapping and gasping
on the moss at the lady's feet.
"It's yours, Paula, and fair game,"
said Tom, taking up the old familiarity of
their school days. "Where did you learn
to hold your tongue like that?"
"I don't know," answered Paula; "I
always hated fishing, but when I taw that
trout I felt he must be caught. I've Just
come from Bunday-scbool "
Tom laughed. "To catch truants or
trout? We're both at your service. Will
you sit down?"'
Paula's eyes rested curiourly on the
sketches. Tom, with a first Irapuure to
confide in a fellow-townsman, tpread out
his coat to her and begau to explain his
After halt an hour's conversation with
the old sexton, Mr. Roumey RadcUffe
b:gan to grow restless. He pushed open
the church door and looked in. The build
ing at first seemed empty, b-Jt he pres
ently observed Mr. Ogletbrope coming
down the aisle with a perturbed ex
pression. "Ah. good morning, Mr. RadcUffe,"
he said catching sight of the lawyer.
"Ah, good morning, Mr. Oglethorpe,"
answered that gentleman.
"Rather warm weather we're hav-.
Ing." added the clergyman after a
pause, during wrich the lawyer had beea
peering into the dusty corners of the
"Yes warmer than It has been," re
plied the lawjer. Mr. Oglethorpe ad
vanced to the door.
"You wiU pardon me, sir," be said,
bowing ns be passed Mr. Radclirre.
"My luncheon Is waiting and I have a
funeral to attend to this afternoon."
Mr. RadcUffe hastily decided that ho
could find out Miss Pryor's where
abouts best by following Mr. Ogle
thorpe. He caught the door as it Straus
back from the rector's hand. "I'm
solng your way, sir." he called out after
that gentleman. "Perhaps wo might
walk along together."
"Certainly, certainly: glad of company,"
answered the gond-nalurcd little rector,
and presently Mrs Thebes Barstowe,
watching- behind the parlor curtains to
see who wMit home with Paula, was con
founded by the spectacle of Mr Oglethorpe
aud Mr. Radclirfe walking up the street
in Christian fellowship. Mr Radclirre
carrying carefully a bright blue volume
of Tennyson's poems and Mr Oglcthorpo
struggling to conceal his bewildered dis
appointment. "Where on earth Is Paula Pryor?" ex
claimed the good lady, straining amazed
eyes down the street.
Continued In to-morrow's Morning Times.
WARNED 11Y UNHEARD VOICES.
CurloaxPoTof Diminution Poveased
liy IIuslucK.-, Men.
"Business Is bU8iness,"saysthemanvoweil
to that life, and so it is unquestionably, but
equally personaUty ispersonality.saysHar-per'sllazar.-
eration will throw business calculations
who does not allow Tor personal equations.
This the successful man of affairs fully
When It can be recognized there is nothing
more interesting than watching the actual
consultation ot a business man with the
po wer ot consultation is not possessed by all
and is lmislble with many of those who
1 remember bearing a young business man
with an older business friend known as the
keenest financier. The proposition which
the young man had to present mas reason
able, seemingly sure of success, and he him
self bellt'ved In it enthusiastically.
"I Laid it before the old fellow," he said,
"one by one meeting and explaiLlng tho
vexed point he-rsied. He ceased question
ing me finally because the patent vuluo
or the proposition seemed proved so far as
words go. ne nodoetl affirmation as each,
leading was cL'Cked off. I felt embold
ened to ask- 'What do you thlnlc of it,
sir?" And tnen-I saw a curious sight. Tho
old fellow sat motionless, looking away
into space, his. blue eyes-growing inno
cent and far away as a cnild's who Is
listening for a distant and ramiliar voice.
I could have sworn he heard something
which I did not. Fina'-iy he turned to nis
with a smile and shook his head. "I can't
exactlv believe in jour plan," said be. I
sat staring at him. I knew and he knew
that his reason was convinced;!! was an in
stinct alone that held the old man hack
and on which he obstinately acted. It
was the most extraordinary thing I ever
saw. The more so that events have proved
the warning voice gave him a privafo
information which was more than correct
The plan railed dismally, as I too well
Extraordinary or not. those who come
in contact with successful business men
win see the same phenomenon repeated
over and over in greater or less degree.
Call it a genius Tor arfairs or what you
still as unexplained a mystery as any
other kind or second sight
A Clmnco for Somebody.
Mr. Decker bad been entertaining a
party or his friends in the parlor, and the
aroma of their cigars sUU lingered in tha
Mrs. Decker was naturally disgusted
when she came into the room. She threw
the windows open and remarked:
"Well, it is all very well to talk out
this new smokeless powder, but I doVssee
why somebody hasn't gumption ejKiga
to invent a smokeless tobacco. Exchango.
Ho Wn Equal to It.
An Irish car driver was called upon to
settlea wager which turned upon his ability
to answer any question that was put to him
without stopping to think. The circum
stances having been explained to the man,
"Be after asking me the question, your
"Well, now, Tat, tell me what's noth-
,nS-" , .
-Arrah, now, shut your eyes and ye U
see nothlug immediately," was the Instant
nnd brilliant answer. St Paul Dispatch.
Eustls, Fla., Aug. 0. Yesterday Joseph
Wremlckle was bitten by a moccasin snake.
He died in eight hours
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