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THE EVENING TIMES, TUES DAY, JULY 22, 1897.
HI DIMM SEftTTLE
Steamers for the Arctic Loaded
AYitii Gold Seekers.
BOOKING PASSENGERS DAILY
Tolice Force Kehlgn to Jolu the
Throng Yukon NHgxet, at Fifty
Out a Cojiy, Soon to Be Pub
lished Women ln lloute to tue
Seattle, Wash.. July 22. TJie steamship
Portland, or the North American Trans
portation and Trading Company, steams out
ot the local harbor at 2 o'clock this after
noon bound for St. Michaels, 2,000 miles
Stic vrill reach there In two we5fcs, and
three river steamers of the company "will
meet her ai.d carry her passengers and
provision to the Kloudike gold fields They
will have traveled almost 3,000 miles -when
they reach the arctic Eldorado It is ex4
pected that the entire trip will take thlrty
CUarles II. Hamilton, secretary of the
company, said today "The Portland will
return, and be ready for another trip north
in August We will ttart at ouce to book
passenger We do not expect to encounter
ice In the Yukon until October, so thetthc
journey In August will not be lutorf erred
with, and passengers will be landed safely
close to the Klondike."
The cargo of men and provisions widen
the Portland will take out is the largest
Mie eer earned. She lias alout 140
passengers, all that were allowed by law,
and carries 1,000 tons of provisions.
Among the passengers is John H. Mc
Graw, cx-goernor of the Slate, until re
cently the president of the First National
Punk, and not long ago rated at $100,000.
There 1m something romantic about this
mail's quest for gold in the frozen north,
after years of honored residence In tills
State. SK of the Portland's passengers
are newspaper correspondents. Tticy go
to obtain material with which to supply
the cuormoua demand for news concerning
the gold rteld.
Mail Carrier Jack Carrand John Scott, a
practical prinlui, arc taking a complete
outrit for pnutiug a newspaper. The
first copy will be issued in about evcn
weeks. It will bo called the Yukon Nugget,
and will m'1 Tor 00 cents a copy.
In addition to the men are a numlwr
of women, who go north some to Join
fpends and relatives at Klondike, other
who proi"se to woik in icslaurantsaud a
few to prospect.
The police loice of Seattle is pretty
nearly wrecked, at least twenty-five men
having already lesigned to go to the
fields. The city council will take up the
Rotable Gathering of Colored Citi
zens at Norfolk.
Practical Talks From Froruinent
l&ticutorts and Others Menus of
Klevating the ltace.
Korfolk, Va., July 22.-Onc of the most
notable gatherings or colored citizens that
has ever taken jrtace in this State Is the
Afro-American Conference, which convened
in the Academy Hall of Hampton Normal
and Industrial Institute yesterday. Motor
the members of the conference are from
Virginia, Maryland and North Carolina,
but prominent colored citizens and edu
cators from all over the country are pres
ent. The meeting ib presided over by Rev.
Dr. H. B. Frizzcll, the principal of the
Hampton Negro and Indian Tralniug
School. Many prominent Northern peo
ple, who have contributed largely to the
support of Hampton school, were also In
terested bpectators. Prof. F. M. Fitch was
the fii&t speaker at the morning session,
which was demoted to the discussion or the
duties of teachers.
The branohesof thissubject touched upon
related to the elevation of thehomelire.lhe
business habits, religious life, schools and
trades of the negro, whose prospects as a
landiiold-r were oIko discussed. Thomas
Ilarman saldthat COpercentofthencgroes
In Tidewater, Ya., own their farms.
Mrs Copprn, of Philadelphia, tpoko feel
ingly of the lioaor of domcsticscrnce. Hers
was a practical talk of value.
Mrs Hayden, another speaker, referred to
the disadvantage of forsaking the farm for
the city, which ie being dona she said, by
too many negroes Mr. Holland, of Glouces
ter, spoke on the djlng of the old-time
prejudice between the race, which he de
clared had done more to elevate the negro
than any other force.
At the evening cession the subject of
Hchools was dicus;pd by Prof J. Hugh
Johnson and Prof W. G. Price The con
foiencewtll remain in session until Trldiay
fiiiit for Division of nn Estate.
William Alter, Jr., and Henry Alber to
day riled suit in equity by their attorney
against the other heirs of William Alber,
senior, who died in l62, for the partition
of the Alber estate. The real estate to Ihj
divided compiiscs part of lot 5, square
117, and section 11, plat 3, of Reno,
Tcnlcytown- It is claimed that only by
a xalc of the property can an equitable di
vision be made.
Applications for Office.
Applications for positions in the Trcas
my Department weie filed as follows: L.
T. Hoy, "Woodstock, 111., to be asMstaDt
Treasurer at Chicago, 111- Frank Sharp,
Coronado, 11a., to be collector of cus
toms at St-Augustine, Fla.
Today Low tide, 833 a. m. and 8'10
p.m.; high tide, 1:38 p.m. and 1:59a.m.
Condition of the "Water.
Temperature and condition or the water
at 8 a. ra.: Great Falls Temperature, 7G.
condition, 1. Deceiving reservoir Tem
perature, 80. condition at north connection.
3; condition at south connection, 5. Dis
tributing reservoir Temperature, 80; con
dition at influent gatehouse, 31; effluent
Gas lamps lighted at 8:28 p. mA extte
gatstamg begun at 4:02 a.m. ThcMgatiBg
W begun one hour before the hottr named.
Arc lamps are lighted at 8:13 p. m.: ex
MacatelTdl at 4:17 a. a.
HANY SENTENCES' IMPOSED
Judge Cole Sends Sewal Cilprits
to tko Penitentiary.
J. Kran, Convicted of Forgery, Had
Ilis Sentence Suspended Until the
.Next Term of the Court.
Judge Cole imposed sentence on several
convicted men to the extent ot a life
time or more ia the aggregate.
John Sullivan, twenty-two years old,
convicted of housebreaking, got five years.
Sullivan's lawj'er, Mr. Mitchell, asked
that a light sentence be imposed, because
his client was young and had been sup
porting his mother.
Lll Moore, colored, convicted ot larceny
from the pertn, goes to prison for tax
years, ne stopped a friend on the btrcet
in Georgetown and admired his vest, feel
ing the quality of the cloth, naif an hour
after bis friend found his $6 watch gone.
It was traced to Moore.
Eugene Mercer, colored, convicted of
perjury, gets three years. Mercer is a
had. man, and brought au aged white
couple to the court for a marriage license.
They refund to go into the clerk's office,
and he went in for them. He swore that
the Keen: was for colored people.
J Evans, convicted of forgery, was re
manded for sentence until the next termor
the court. Evans is well Connected in Bal
timore He forged Uie name of Mr Tutty,
a Capitol Hill grocer, some time ago, but
has never been in tiouble before Mr.
Trultt, his lawyer, worked hard to get sen
tence suspended Immediately, and partially
The case or James Slronyder was the
Hio-r in'eicstmg one passed on by Judge
Cole this morning. He is the man who
was Hied on Tuesday for obtaining money
aud a blcclc under fatee pretenses from
Blanche Wheclei and otl'crs.
Mr- Thomas Taj lor, Strosnydcr's law-
yer, made au appeal for mercy. He told
the court that theman washighly connected
and had never been in trouble before.
Ills mother was the famous Barlwira Frit
chic, and he had Tour uncles who fought
in the late war. Col. Taylor also said
that Blanche "Wheeler, who had lost the bi
cycle, was pcifectly willing that Strosny
vler be released.
The court suspended sentence in two of
the cases, but gave Stronyder five years
in the other.
Joseph Anderson, the colored man who
ft as tried yesterday for stabbing John D
Wallace, colored, In Freeman's alloy, dur
ing a 0th of July celebration crap game,
was convicted and fentenced to two years
in the penitentiary.
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VETERAN MIR'S ADVICE
Seistor Stewart Tells Young Men
to (to to Alaska.
THEY WILL SUFFER HARDSHIP
Ho Snyjj That Is Better Than Being
Idle in the 15ast Some May Find
Death Instead of Gold, But the
ClitiDce Is Worth Taklug "Will
Make Better Men of Them.
Senator Stewart ot Nevada, a. California
pioneer, and for most of his life a miner
and dealer in mines, advises young men
to go to Klondike.
"Undoubtedly there is a great wealth
of gold in Alaska," said -the Senator, to
a Times reporter today, "but it will tako
hundreds of ycais to exhaust thedeposita
which exist there. The depth of decayed
vegetable lite, combined with the almost
perpetual snows ot that country, will pre
sent obstacles which even the powerful
spirit of enterprise cannot entirely con
quer. It will never be like gold mining in
California and Australia. In those countries
the mining districts were open and the cli
mate mostfax orable.lt waspossible for even
a. novice to quicklylearn the way to select
the most promising spots for a base of
operations. The physical aspect of the
country was not hidden by snows, as In the
case ot Alaska, and men could rapidly
gain a knowledge of where the most
likely places foi finding the gold were
situated. In Alaska it will be different,
for there is only a short season In whim
the snows ermit a comprehensive Idea of
what the country is.
Those difficulties v. ill be overcome,
however. It makes no difference to the
FIRST ACCURATE MAP OP THE KLONDIKE GOLD FIELDS.
true miner what the difficulties are. The
f rozen cath and the great snows will not
deter him from getting at the gold. They
will build houses and viork stublmrnly, not
withstanding the awful severity of the
"Thousands will pir!h,becaii,:ctuey have
not the physical nor the moral stamina to
sunive. Yet even this array of diffi
culties should not frighten young men who
have really determined to seek their for
tunes In Alaska. If they do not find for
tunes in the gold fields, there are many
1 lines of work opened up by the great gold
boom- The boom will be good for the
"West, for it will take young men to that
country who are filled with the spirit
of entcrprihC, and these joung men will
make a plscc for themlves, even if they
do notflndenough in Alaska to bilng them
wealth. Tt will make men of them If they
survio the strucgle, and that is more to
be desired than a weak and gradual de
generation, which Is sapping the life and
energy of the idle men of the East.
'This Idleness Is enforced by the giant
grasp of money kings who control the vol
ume of the world's wealth. To escape It
men may well dare death. Alaska should
not daunt young men who realize the con
ditions against which they must druggie In
the East Suicides by the score, most of
them caused by business failures, show what
the human shafts are bringing the country
to. Ltt the young men nnd the older men
go to Alaska.
"There have been those who predicted
that the newly- Hscovered gold In Alaska
would seriously afreet the money volume or
thcwoild. Thatlsabsurd. The immense de
mand for money today will absorb all the
gold which Alaska can produce.. Climatic
conditions must prevent any abnormal out
put of gold from that country. The gold
is there, but it can never be mined as it
was In California It will be taken out
gradually. There is cause for encourage
ment to the Individual miner In this unde
niable fact. The cost to great corporations
In minlnggold in Alaska will be sogreattlint
they will not control the mines there for
many years to come. California was gone
over quickly and the inevitable ownership
ot mines by companies was correspondingly
"The Alaskan climate and other natural
obstacles will operate to prevent this in
the newly-discovered gold country. This
will give the 'placer miner a much better
chance Tor many years to come than was
ever enjoyed by the pioneers ot '49 in
"Thewj things should encourage men of
good health and stout hearts to try their
fortnucsln the Alaskan gold fields. .Many
may fall, but; again, they may wrest from
the rocks and ice fortunes which they
would prohnbly never acquire in the East.
"Men who are working for themselves
accompli wonders. Marvelous things
were doae la Califoraia la the way ot di
TeittoK rivers from their coarse, aa in
feat. Tate spirit wffi
workltswaym Alaska, too. Things which
seem Impossible aov will be done, and
nwa will grow rich i Uiat coantry. Tor
wealth Is there.
J. S. BHUKAN'S CASK POSTPONED.
He Will Bo Tried at the Next Term
Joseph S. Briean, charged with obtain
ing money urnler fdlse pretenses, wbow
trial was fixed tor today, goes to jail uutii
October on a continuance of his case.
U Hem's trouble has almost broken him
down with nervous prostration, and the
jail physician testifies that he has been
in the hospital and In unable to stand trial.
The case was made interesting this morn
ing by the presence or Senator Teller, Mr.
Harrison Dingman and Col. Frederick
Vcler. These gentlemen have tiecome in
terested in hi lean, because of his assertion
is a high Mason, asl also Mr Dingman.
The charge against the man is that ho
represented to Mr. Richard H. Sorrell that
he was an architect with a profitable con
tract and a Mason, and secured $5 from
Briean is from the West, and promises
to secure papers proving his claims in
!oth these matters These the court will
wait for, bnt the case cannot be tried until
the next term.
LAKK liltOTIIKRS NOT TIUED.
Mr. Keefer Iteqiientft Prowecntor
Mnllowny Not to Proceed.
The case of the United States vs. Edward
E. Lake and Ash ton E. Lake, charged with
assault upon Frederick B. Keefer and bis
wife, while bicycling In Judiciary square
on the 1 9th instant was today nol-prosscd
by Prosecuting Attorney Mulloirny.
Mutual apologies and explanations have
been made by the parties In interest, and
it is said that yonng Lake, who was em
ployed at Perry's, has already lost his
place as a result of the episode. The letter
of Mr. Keefer, which decided Mr. Mnllowny
to nol pros the case is as follows:
Washington, D. C, July 22, 1507.
"Alexander Muilowuy, Esq., U. S assist
ant attorney, D. C:
"Dear Sir In the pending information
charging A. E. Lake and E. E. Lake with
an assault upon myself, I desire to state
that a full and satisfactory arnJogy has
an assault upon myself, I desire to state
defendants, and being now fully satis
fied that these parties are gentlemen and
not altogether responsible for their con
duct on the night in question, I desire that
no further action be taken against them.
"I should be unwilling under any cir
cumstances to have my wife produced as a
wltneJe. I hope you may find a compli
ance with mv request consistent with your
duty as a public prosecutor. Very respect
fully, F. B. KEEFER"
1LVNKKK BENIIAM MAKES JOKES.
Also Iutlmates lie Could Cause
Mnny Domestic Rows.
Batavia.N. r., July 22. Iloward C Hen
ham was feeling well thlsnioming.jollyand
full of jokes. To a correspondent he said:
"We played a tiump card yesterday, didn't
we? "When Dr. Wltthaus goes on the stand
and corroborates Miller's and Hill's testi
mony I am a ficc man, and we would not
keep Wltthaus here If he was not going to
help our case What do you think about
my not going on the stand? Don't you
think Dan Eencfick would have laid me
wide open? I wonld have had to give away
many secrets and involve ten or fifteen
prominent married men here in town. I
had rather go to Auburn and get killed.
Say, have you hcarU the gag, ' Do you know
why Bcnham wants to go to Auburn?'
'So he can get Wiard.' That's all right,
The above pirn refers to the woman In
the case. Miss May "Wiard, and his possible
death from an electric wire.
3111k Wagon Struck by a Train.
"While crossing the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad at Erookland station about 4
o'clock thp morning a milk wagon, owned
and driven by Atexander Gude, of Hyatts
vllle, was struck by an outgoing train.
The wagon was demolished, the milk cans
were scattered, and the ground for some
distance was saturated with milk. The
driver wae thrown to the ground, but
neither he nor his horse were injured.
$5.00 Excursions to the Sea- $5.00
shore via Pennsylvania Itallroad.
On Fridays and Saturdays during July
and August tickets will be sold for 11 a.
ra. and 12:45 p. m. trains for Atlantic
Aty, Cape May, Ocean City and Sea Isle
City, good to return until the following
Tuesday. Atlantic City tickets good via
Delaware Bridge route.
Good. JfJace ler ttecreatlon.
Masio and daacinic in a large cool
grove at Congress Heights every evening
from 6 to 10. The new electric line is
now running from Nary Yard BrMge to
Congress -Height". Accommodations for
tsoasaada. Especial attraettoas all day
PLOTTING AGAINST A BRIDE
Three Men Charged With Conspir
' iflg to Blast Her Reputation.
The Husband Accused of Seeking to
Secure a Divorce by Underhanded
Means A Itctnarlcnhle Trial.
Norfolk, Va., July 22. The preliminary
hearing in the cuseot E Gny Hall, William
Smith, and Joseph P. Cannon, who arc
charged with conspiracy against the
chastity of Mrs. Lillian Cannon, wife of
one of the defendants, was begun before
Justice Tomlin In the police t'onrt yester
day, and a great crowd of spectators as
sembled to hear the testimony In the
case, which has occasioned more Interest
and excitement than any case brought in
the courts of Norfolk for many years.
The tiking of evidence occupied the en
tire session ot the court, and when at 6
p. m., an adjournment till today was
had, there were still several witnesses for
the prosecution who had not been heard.
The case as it now stands would appear to
be one In which a conspiracy or plot of the
darkest character against the good name
and fame of a bride of a Tew weekB had
On Juno 16 Miss Lillian, the seventeen-year-old
daughter of Mrs. Bain, widow of
the late David C. Bain, or Portsmouth, and
Joseph P. Cannon, of Norfolk, eloptd to
Elizabeth City, N C, and were married
Theyounglady's mother opposed thematch
The young couple returned to Norfolk and
went to the home of the grooni's parents
The couple had only been acquainted
about a month previous to their mar
riage, and in about a weekafterthatevent
had taken place it was rumored that the
young husband intended bringing suit for
divorce. At any rate the youug bride
left her husband, and as she could not be
found her mother instituted a search for
Not being able to locate her daughter,
Mrs. Bain caused tbcarrestoftheyoungmen
mentioned on a charge of conspiringagainst
ihrchasUtTof herdanghter. Thedayafter
the arrest of these men, Mrs. Cannon was
whither she had been directed by Hall.
According to thecvidence adduced today,
it would seem that Cannon introduced Hall
to his wife and Insisted on her taking a trip
to Ocean View with linn, which she did.
They missed the last train from that re
sort, having to remain there all night,
but, according to Mrs. Cannon's testimony,
they occupied different lodgings. Hall is
also said to have informed Mrs. Cannon
after their return to the city that she was
not wanted at Cannon's house any more and
to have directed her to the boarding
house, where she was subsequently found.
Cannon employed a private detective and
the young man, Smith, to obtain evidence
aeainst his wife, in order that he might
get a divorce.
A largcnumberor witnesses tor the prose
cution testified yesterday, and their evi
dence was or such a character as to make
matters look quite serious for the accused.
RIGHTS OF THE HUCKSTER.
Dyer's Case to Be Carried to the
Court of Appeals.
The case ot Bernard Dyer, the huckster
who Is charged with crying his wares on
the street, which will be made a test case,
for the purpose ot determining the rights of
hucksters, was again called to the atten
tion ot Jndge Mills In the police court to
day Attorneys Edwin Forrest and John
A. Clarke requested the court to set aside
the conviction of Monday last, and set a
day for trial, that Uie case might be taken
to the court ot appeals on a bill of excep
tions. "This Is one of those cases in which I
have always been in sympathy," said Judge
Mills, "and I will willingly Bet aside the
conviction In order to give you a chance
to take the case properly before the court
A day for trial will be mutually agreed
upon by Mr. Tugh, and the attorneys for
Balloon Ascension at River View.
Capt. E. S. Randall, the well-known
propnetor of the River View excursion
resort, is always hustling for novelties to
amuse bis patrons, and on Sunday next
he has arranged to have Grace Shannon,
well known as the "Queen of the Clouds,"
to give an ascension at the View. Miss Shan
non is well known to the Washington pub
lic, having made ascensions at the View
some seven years ago. Since that time
she has won the championship medal for
having made the highest ascensions ever
made In America. One of these sensa
tional ascents and parachute drops will
be made Suaday. The Peaks wmieave her
wharf attfAetjsaslSnwJayaoaEi.and tickets
wflt 2S cento.
The Crowning Virtue.
Every day for years has this paper con
tained the autograph testimonial of some
sufrercr, who, through Joy at being again
well, desired to express his or her grati
1411 Penna. Are. Adj. Willard's Hotel,
And at the same time let the world
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has over obsenre and obstinate diseases
or long standing.
Ncrrotas DhlHtv. flrronle Weakness.
"railing: Energ-y, Lack of Memory,
r-nysical Decay, Prematureness
Arising from Indiscretion, Excess or
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Blood and Skin Diseases.
All forms, arfectlng Body, Jfoae. Throat,
Hkin, and Bones, Blotches. Eruptions,
Acne, Eczema, Old Bores. Ulcers, Painful
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by means of safe, timc-tned remedies.
Kidney and Urinary Complaints,
Painful, Difficult, Too Frequent, Milky or
Bloody Urine positively cared.
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Is the highest fee charged, Including roedi
cinex. Dally of rice hours, 10 to 5; Monday,
"Wednesday. Thursday and Saturday, till
B p. ui.; Sunday, 10 to 12.
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SALVATION LASS DESERTS
Lizzie Small Departs From Grace
and Embraces Worldly Ways.
A Fondness for Saving Male Souls
and 11 Quart of Wlilxky Contrib
ute to Hor Downfall.
Lizzie Small, the pretty Salvation Army
lasi, whose presence In the company of
Arthur Morumcr, a married man, disturbed
the peace of that gentleman's home soma
daya ago, imbibed aquartor whisky yester
day and deserted from the ranks.
About six wt-eks ago Lizzie arrived in
town from Pittsburg, and put up at the
Central Union Mission. She made tne ac
quaintance of some Salvation Army of
ficers upon whom she made a good im
prestvion. Lizzie joined the army and was
awign ed to theCapitoIIU!! corps, commanded
by Capt. Coup. The young soldier was a
success at saving wuls, especially in secur
ing male souls. She told raarreions tales
of her posc&ions in Pittsburg, and stated
that the army Houkl not be forgotten when
she came into her own upon attaining
her majority The escapades of the young
soldier were many, but the frequent baefc
slidaigs were borne because of the pitiful
story told by Lizzie as to her being an
Among o'her things. Lizzie said that she
had a trunir at the wharf of the steamer
"Wakefitld Fbe made numerous trips aad
got car fare on each occasion to go to
the wharf, but the trunk never mate
rialized. The affair with the married
man scandalized the army, but owing to
Lizzie's pleadings the offense was par
tially fo: given.
Thing went along in the old way for
some days, until Lizzie got very thirsty
for hqLor- Bhe procured a quart of it,
and took it all- Lizzie ber was not an
angel, but Lizzie drunk was a terror.
She created havoc in the barracks when
she made her appearance, and it took all
the strength of the army to overpower
the soldier possessed of the evil spirit
She finally went to sleep, and noon awak
ening stated that she was going to get
her trunk. Capt. Coup thought that she
had abo-it done her duty by Lizzie, and
that the case was almost hopeless, bat
endeavored to get the girl's trunk.
Four different places were visited, where
the girl stated the trunk had been placed,
bat no trenk was found. Finally, from
shame, Lizzie deserted, and the army
officer do not appear to be extremely
sorry that the wayward soldier has gone.
Trolley Car Conductor Ilnrt.
John Glngle. a conductor on the George
town and Tenleytown Railroad, while poll
ing down the trolley rope on his car trying
to put the roller back on the wire, bent back
too far. lost his balance nnd fell backward
ever the dashboard. He struck on his head,
inflicting a scalp wonnd. Policemen Giles
and "Wardarrlved upon thesccne and helped
thelnjuredman to theofficeof Dr.Chappell.
in Tenleytown, whence he was afterward'
taken to his home In Eetfcesda, Md.
Ton may hunt the world over and yna
will not find another medicine equal to
Chamberlain's Cotlc, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy for bowel complaints. It is pleas
ant, safe and reliable. For sale by Henry
Evans, Wholesale and Retail Druggist, 938
F street northwest and Connecticut avenn;
una S street northwest ana 14d Maryland
In regard to the article published in this
Mornings Times, J. Rochon, proprietor of
the old-establLshed. reliable hair dressing
parlors, 912 Fourteenth street, wlslies to
say that at his place the old-fashioned,
healthy shampoo, composed of yelk of
eggs and castile soap, is always used. No
dangerous, unknown liquids are ever ap
plied. Only chemically pure and carerully
nnalvzed articles used and sold at J.
Rocbons,912 Fourteenth fctreet. It-cm
Tomorrow night will be a gala one at
Glen-Echo-on-the-Potomac A benertt will
lie tendered to the Woman's Cuban League
ARsocIation. Besides the famous Boston
Lady Orchestra, twenty-five In number, a
high-Claw vaudeville entertainment will be
given, including the great tenor snger,
Byron G- Harlan, of the "MerrJe Mon
arch's" fame- The grounds can dp easily
reached via the Great Falls Electric road
at Metropolitan terminus, Thirty-sixth
Saturday and Snndny fcxcarnlonn
to tne Country.
The B A O. R. R. has placed oa sale
reduced rate excursion tickets, to be cold
every Saturday and Sunday daring the
summer season, valid for return ontil fol
lowing Monday, from "Washington to points
ob the Washington Branch as far as
Annapolis Junction aad points on the Met
ropolitan Branch and main line as far
as Frederick and Chalestown,"W. Vs.
niy2.i-tu.thv till au31
$10 to Niagara ThIIm via B. fc O.
Through train of coaches and Piahuan
parlor cars from B. & O. Statics, Wash
ington, 8:10 a. ra., July -29. Stop over
returning at Watkins' Glen, Rochester, and
Buffalo. Ten-day round-trip, $10. Special
side trip to Toronto by steamer, $1.
out of our whole clothing
stock excepting the crash
es and unlined serges.
Take your pick of xthe
balance for less than
"marked in plain figures"
Dress suit s business
suits "bike" suits ia n d
separate pants are all in
cluded. EISEMAN BROS.,
Cor. 7th and E 5ts. N. W.
No Branch Store la WaskiHgtoa.
1UII SAL MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALK-Oood watch dog; 3 ft. high;
long nalr; black and white. "04 K. L
rVK.XAL.K A refrtgeratormra-st-clasor-der;
wlU sell cheap; built by Child. Chase
A Co. 710 D st. nw. Jy22-3t
FOR SALE One medium sized Iron sate.
003 9th st. nw. Jy22-3C
FOR HALE-Tlcket for breech-loader, $7;
decoys. $2; Mcintosh coat, $3. Ad
dress TICKET, this ottlce. It
FOR MALE -Phaeton buggy; in fine con
dition, leather upholstering, rolling fender;
wide and comfortable, will sell reason
able 1013 2a st ne It
FOR HALE-A f tne trotting mare; o years
old, buggy and harnesv, a good bargain
to the right purchaser Apply to A HUR
LEY., '?z N st. nw. lt
FOR SALE Pawn ticket ror 525: diamond
without (setting cost $175, Tiffany fret
ting for ring or stud. Address DIAMOND,
this office. Jy22-3t
tOlt SALE AUrixtuies required in men's
rurnUhlng store, including window fix
tures, snow case, hat cases, triple mir
ror, etc for sale cheap at 621 7th
st. nw. Jy21-3t
FOR BALE Three doors, mortised locks
and nicely grained, ono suitable for
store or vestibule, cheap 1206 H st.
FOR SALE A first-class 5x7 camera;can
be attached to bicycle, cheap ir sold at
onoe Apply 1224 Pa. ave. nw
FOR SALE A gasoline route, wagon, can,
horse and all complete, will sell separata
it desired. Call 42a 1 5th st. se. Jy20-3t
i OR SALE Few shares; rast, commodious
fccttooner, suitable Tor club, weekly In
stallments received. Tor rent cheap: tor
yachting. Addre&t YACUTING.thtsoMce.
FOR SALE Floor or counter platform
scales; weign rrom 1 ounce to 300
pounds, cost $20, for $7.
FORM, this office.
lull SALE Contents of 16-rm. house,
secretary desk, $lb, cost S100, 3 oak
bedroom suites. C, $12 and $22. 2 walnut
suites, very handsome, $8 and $12, cherry
foiding !ed. $11, cost $40. nice bed 100m
suite, $5, 2 wardrobes, oak $9, -walnut
o. 3 marble tables. $2. oak extension ta
ble, $4. whatnot, $2. extension piano lamp,
$9. coot $40. Fowler springs, $1.50;
pillows; leather couch, $4, regulator,
urid cage, parlor suite, $5, ice cieam.
freezer, $1.50. clothes wringer, $1;
curtain stretcher, tables rockers, ma
hogany chair (relic), oda upholstered
chair, bedsteads, wash stands, bureaus,
handsome imported minor, toilet sets, lot
or houM;rurnishhig3. 921 J Y. ave.
FOR SALE Fresh cows; always on hand;
would also exchange Tor dry cows. J.NO.
DE.NEKAS, 3510 Brlgntwocd avenue.
FOR SALE Cuban poodles, black and
tans, pugs, fox terriers, spaniel pup
pies, alao young Cuban uarrots and canar
e. etc SCHMID'S BIRD STORE. 712
latn st. nw. jea-tf-em
HALF-PRICE High-grade sewing ma
chines, to close them out. NEWMAN'S,
Bll 7 th st jy8-lrBo
FOR SALE TWO FIRST-CLASS WHrr
tier boilers. ltu horsepower each, in ex
cellent condition, wlta a IOO horse
power Atlas engine; for sale cheap
IT removed soon Apply to STILSON
HUTCH1NS. Hutchlns Building, where boil
ers aad engine can be seeu. Jy--tX
FOR SALE Coal yard; on account or 1H
beaUb. If suitable terms can be secured.
I will dispose or my branch coal yards. lo
cated at Oil A st. ne-. and at idO llta
st.nw. Apply to V.BALDWIN JOHNSON,
mala ornce. 1101 K. I ave- aw.
FOll SAI-K JIORSKS & VKHICLES.
FOR SALE A bargain Four good horses,
$10 to $35 each; also good surrey and
harness. Rear of 1122 lath st. nw.
FOtt SALE A good surry- Address 1235
34tn st. nw. It-em
FOR SALK-1 brown horse; suitable for
bakery or milk wagon; cheap. Rear G12
U st. nw. Jy22-3t
FOR SALE-Horse. buggy and harness:
stylish and gentle and Mund: any child
can drive, or will trade In part for bulld-
lnglot. CaHat.2184tlist.ne. jy21-Jt-etn
FOlt SALE Nineteen head of choice rid
ing, dming and work horses, just arrived
rrom Va.; can be seen at 728 Whitney
ave. nw.. FRED JOHNSON. Jy21-5t
FOR SALE-A floe horse; cheap. 3d and
14. se. jy2u-3t-em
OR SALE Good horse and surrey, cheap
if sold at once. 0. W.DAVIS, cor. 10th
and l sts. ne. Jy20-3t
FOR SALE 2 cutunder urreys. 2 IrapsT
2 business buggies, 1 phaeton, 1 side
bar buggy. 1 light panel wagon, all kinds
or harness, will sell very cheap for canh.
213 11th st nw Jyl9-6t
FOR SALE Buggies, $20, $25 and $30;
top surreys, $25 and $30. basket pbueutn,
SIB. ramliy carnage. $75. Tillbury cart,
$50. tandem cart, $75. tandem harness,
$30; here is a rare chance at bottom
prices RIDING ACADEMY. 22d and P
sts. nw. Jyl8-6t
FOlt HIRE.SALEOREXCHANGE Horses,
carriages. husRles and wagons, all kinds
and descriptions; prices to suit the times.
927 D St. nw , WASHINGTON LIVERY
WAGON CO , next door to Merchants'
Parcel Delivery Co Jyl5-tf,em
FOlt' H1KK To drniumen "and traalatsW
rues, horse aad baggy or Daytoa, 94
per day, and special prices for pte&suri
driving. Apply to the REX 8TABLESL
rear 615 E t. nw.; telephone call. 10U.
WANTED lo exchange new 2-.room aad
cellar brick house, m. i., 2-stoiy brick
stable, for lots in suburbs or kaiall farm.
Address LEAVING THE CITY, this onice.
TWO lUIlDKRED BY BURGLARS.
Brother nnd Sister Killed In a Con
Bridgeport. Conn., July 22. Word hai
just been received of a doable murder by
marked burglars ia Uie hamlet of Daniels
Farms, several miles la the country north
ot this city.
Th names of the victims are Marcus
Nichols and his alttcr, Mary Nichols Mar
cus was killed instantly, but the nstef
lived long enough to tell the story.
Special Excursion to Seashore vte.
B. A O.
Tickets to Atlantic aty. Cape May, Sea
Isle Qty, aad OceaaClty.N J., wlllbssold
f or 1 0 a- n. aad 12 noon, Royal Btae Lteo
trains, oa Fridays aad Satardaysduriag
the season, good to rettira antil Tuesday
following, at rate $6 for the roaad trio.
$1.25 To Baltimore and He- $1.25
tarn via Pennsylvania Rallrtmrt.
Tickets or sale Saturday aad Saaday.
July 24 aad 25. Valid far retura uatil
Monday. Jaly 3S. Good ea any trala.
r$'j .. -, k.4