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THE SiOHJSXira TIMES, ITU ID AY, JULT 23, 1897,
Lansbiirgh & Bro. g
S" Just to Give
g You an Idea g
tf Hew very cheap we are
selllnjr our Underwear, 8
Jj we quote you the prices J
$ of these three items:
Ladies7 fine qua Ity Muslin
S Drawers, with hem acd clus- I;
terofiuclis, yoke bands . 21 C
3 Ladles' Square KrcS. JCorset "
o Covers, iriinmcd with em
ft Lilies' Muslin GG?iis,Trlth g
$ 3'Jkc of tucks and insertion, a
g extra leagui and wiitli . . 48c
41 You haven't an idea "what a nice O
$ fine line of Underwear we carry un- tf
g less you come to see for yourself.
ti latenulnj brides will do well to 0
$ Investigate. K
g 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St.
12c Lawns and Dimities, SC
JK evcalb Struot.
.$2i-l3G Fcnu. Ave.
PAINTER OF MINIATURES,
Jlcmoved to 932 F Street,
Itittrirttitnt tc a limited dais a erp tnornfng
FTAXOS AND ORGANS.
Steiif Piano Warcrooms,
52iE:eventhSt. N. W.
In dealing with us 3?ou are dealing
with the Manufacturers.
TUNING A SPECIALTY.
t CHAS. M. STEIFF
J. C. CONLIFF,
bhould be iead dally, as changes may
occur at any time.
Foreign mails for the -week cadlng July
2lcIoMjpiouptly at tuisofflcc as follows: I
FRIDA1 (b) At fc.-u p. in., foi Fiance,
g-witzeilaud, Italy, Spam, Portugal, Tur
key. Egypt and BiitiEh India, per fi. s.
La Uasco'mgue, I rom N c w lork, via Havre.
JL.eU.eis for oUier paiU of Europe muut be
dueeleU -,Per La Gahcogne." (c) At
10:55 p. in., for Netherlands dliect, Tier
s. j. Spaaindaiu. Horn Kcw York, iia Kot
leidam. Letters musl Le diiected "Per
Spanindam." (c) At 10 55 p. m., for
Genoa direct, per fi. 8. Baiter "Wilhelm I,
fiom New loik. LcUei&'nuta be dntcted
Per Kaiser "VVillielm I."" (c) At 10:55
n, ni for Europe, per s. 15. .Auinuia, Itoiu
iew oik, via Queenrtown- (c) At 10:55
p. in., for Scotland diicct, i.er b. h. Cir
caMa, from New York, Ma Glabgow.
Letters must be diietttd "Per Ciica.Ma."
tel At 10.55 p. m., foi Norway duect, per
b. fi. Tbmgvalla. irom New York, via
CiiriKtiana. Letter must be directed
'PRINTED HATTER, ETC.-German
jtainer- sailing from New York on Tuce
davj, take printed matter, etc., for Ger
many, aud es-pecially-add rev-d pi in ted mat
ter, etc, for other parts of Europe.
Amencaxiand White Star steamers sailing
fiora New York on Wedneidays. German
ht'ainers on Thursdays, and the Cunard,
i'reneh and German jstcamers on Satur
days take pnuted matter, etc. Tor all
countries, for which they are advertised
to carry mall.
ilull.s fur south nod Central Amer
ica, Yent Indies, etc.
FRIDAY id At 10:55 p. m. forFortiino
Inland, Jamaica, Savaiillla, Caitiiagiia
and Grcytown, per s. s. Altai, from York.
tc) AtlO.55 p. in. for Cape liaiU, Gonalves,
Aux-Caves and Jncinel, per s. s. hclbteiu,
frornNeW Y'ork. tc)Atlo 55p. ni.fortam
pecbe, Chiapas, Tabasco and Yucatan, per
h. s. Orizaba, from New York. Letters for
ot her partsof iJexlco must be directed Per
Orizaba." to At 10:55 p. m. for New
ft undlaud direct, per s.s. forUafrom New
ltrk. (c At 10:55 p. m. for Venezuela,
Curacao, SRvanllla and Caithiigena, per s.
t,. riulHdelphia, from New York, (o At
10:55 p. in. Tor Noith Brazil direct, per
h. fc. Dunstau, from New York, via Para,
ilaianliam and Ceara-
SATUULAY (dj At 12:05 p. m., for
St. I'Jerre-ilitiuelon.par steamer froinNorUi
.Mails for Newfoundland by rail to Hali
fax, and ilieuce via steamer, close here
dally, except Sunday, at 12:05 p. m.,
and on Kuuday only at 11:35 a. m.(d
Mails for Miiiuelon.by rail to Hoston.and
tlience vLi steamer, cloe liere tkiily at
B:20 p- m.a)
ilalli for Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa,
I-la., and thence via steamers sailing r,lon
d:ivs and Thursdays to Havaua, close here
da'ily at 3 p. m. (e)
ilails for Mexico o'erIaml (except thoFe
for Canip'-clie, Chiapas, Tabasco and Yuca
tan, which, after the Wednesday over
land close, will be forwarded via New
York up to and including the 10:55 p. nu
close Friday), close lieie daily at 7:10 a.
.Malls for the Society Islands, per shjp
City of Papeitl. lroin .San Francisco,
finer liere daily up to b:JU p. in., July
Mails for China and Japan (specially ad
dressed onlyl, per s. k. Empress or India,
irom Vancouver, close here daily ijp to
0:30 p. in., July 20. (d)
Aiailh for Australia (except West Aus
tralia). Hawaii ana Fiji Islands, per s. &
Miowera. rrom Vancouver-close liere daily
alter July 17, up to G:30 p. m., Augutt
li.dlsror Hawaii, per s. s. Australia, from
Han lTAiK'tPco. close here daily up to 0:30
p. m. August 4..(d)
Malls for Australia (except those for West
Australia, which are forwarded via Kuropei,
2ew Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji and S a moan
Islands, per s. s. Moana, from San Fran
oiHX.clNe liere d;iily up to G:30 p. ni., Au
. ti.j-ACinr MAILS arc forwarded
to tlie rrt of nailing daily, and the
selied'ile of closings Is arranged on the
prcMiMinfon of tiielr uninterrupted over
tn) Registered mall closes at 10 a m.
(!) Registered mail cJojes at 1 p. m.
(c Registered mail closes at C p. m.
(dt Registered mall closes at G p. ni.
(e) Registered mall closes at 1 p. m.
"Tuesdays and Saturdays.
ir iH'giKtered mall ciotes at G p.
JAMES P. WILLETT. Postmaster.
3IcEiuIpy- Tariff League Officers.
The McKinley Tariff League held a
fcpedal meeting and the following orricera
were elected for one year; S. E. Jones,
prerideat; J. H. Marshall, vice president:
2J. Evans, treasurer; R. H. Lewis, sec
retary; J. B. Ellis, assistant secretary;
George Hawkins, chaplain; J. W. Green,
sergcant-at-arms. The club -will meet
the first Monday In Augu.it.
$5.00 Mountain Excursions via
Chesapeake und Ohio Rn.mvny.
To VirginlaHot Springs, Greenbrier Whita
Eulphur and other noted resorts weekly.
Tickets good going Saturday and returning
following Monday. Inquire at C. & O.
DB.TJU.IHGE GOUIHG UCK
Do Wires The Times Emphatical
ly Denying a Rumor.
"LYING SCOONDFtEL" BEBOKED
No Truth in the Itcpurt of Ills Ke.s
tsuittion or of Trouble "With Hbs
Congrrcffntloii "liorn in the Very
TIalie of Ueli," Sayn the Puator.
Good Prom an 32vil.
The Rev. T. ficWltt Talmage, "pastor or
the First .Presbyterian Church of thie
city. In a telegnuu to The Times, dated
Spirit Lake, Iowa, most emphatically de
nies the rumor, recently circulated, that
T. E WITT TALMAGE.
he Intended levering his connection with
his present charge.
When the subject was revived u few
days ago, The Times published inter
views with several of the most prominent
members of the congregation or the First
PresbyteriMi Church All of the gentle
wen seen in reference to the report
that I)r. Talmage intended to Tesigr. his
pastorate us?itcd in most positive terms
that there was not the slightest founda
tion for the rumor, and further, that bo
far as there being any dissension in the
church such a thing was ridiculous.
So far ns his f-alary Is concerned Dr.
Talmage ay& that the church has met all
its obligations to him, and that he will
return to his charge about the middle
Dr. Talmage is evidently very much
hurt that such a rumor should beciroulated
oi that anyoneshouldgivelt credence with
out reason. The telegram is ns follows:
J5jiirit Lake, Iowa, July 22.
"The Times, Washington, J). C:
"l denounce the lying scoundrel who
started the report that I am dissatislied
-with my Washington church and that 1
will not return to it My congregation
and myself are in complete accord. They
have met au their obligations to me. My
vacation over, 1 will preach 1n my pulpit,
second Sabbath in September. The last
year's attendance "was larger than any
previous year, and many more desired to
worship with us than culd be accommo
dated Everything is satisfactory. That
evil report was born In the very malice
of hell and is one of a hundred falsehoods
manufactured against me during 'ie past
thirty years, all or which falschoiis have
only 'enlarged my work, as this will.
"T. DeWITT TALMAGE."
This statement is in perfect accord with
those of Mr. Albert Lockhart, one or the
elders or the First Church, and Mr. Gabriel
I". Johnston, the leader of the choir, pub
lished in Tlie Times on Tuesday morning.
Besides theiegeutlemen, several others who
were seen corroborated these statements In
PRAISE FOR CONSUL CAMPBELL
The "Mayor of Newcastle Eulogizes
the 3enn of the Corps.
The mayor of Newcastle, England, at
the request or the council or that city,
has -written to the Department of State
a letter regretting the recall or William
S. Campbell, the dean or the American
consular service In the letter the mayor
"Your noble country has bfen raised
in our esteem by the association with
such cdmiruble specimens or its people.
I express only the universal -wish that
ir this change cannot be recalled, some
other tuch suitable place may be found
for Mr. Campbell, commensurate with his
varied qualifications and faithful service.''
Consul Campbell has been in the con
sular service since lfi43, and has served
under eleven Presidents.
riLSTHICT BLTLDLNG CHANGE.
Commissioner "VV-ight to Succeed Mr.
Black in Charge.
Commissioner Wight will in future have
charge of the municipal building Instead
of Commissioner Black, as formerly.
The change was made by the board of
Commissioners on the ground that the care
of tne police department Is under Mr.
Wight instead of the engineer depart
ment, Capt. Black's pi ovince. Thonirn thus
tiansrerred are the Janitor ol the building
and hig subordinates, who will in future
report to Commissioner Wight.
ARMY AND XAVYT ORDERS.
The War Department has issued the fol
lowing: Leave of absence for two months, to
take f:f feet September 1, 1897,1s granted
Second Lieut. John H. Rice, Third Cav
alry. Second Lieut.William M. Wood, Twelfth
Infantry, is relieved from further tieut
ment at the Army and Navy General Hos
iptal, Hot Springs, Ark., and will join his
The extension or leave of absence granted
Capt. Robert R. Pall, assistant surgeon, is
further extended until October 15, 1697.
Major CharlesF. Humphrey, quartermas
ter, -will proceed to Pensacola, Fla., on
orficial business pertaining to the im
provement or the road from that place to
the nat'onal cemetery r,t Barrancas Bar
Thp leave of absence grunted Capt. Allen
Smith, Fourth Cavalry, is extended one
Capt. Frank R. Keefer, assistant sur
geon, is relieved from duty at Washington
Earracks. District of Columbia, to take ef
fect upon the expiration of his present leave
of absence, and will then report in person
to the commanding officer at Fort Walla
Walla, Washington, for duty at that post.
Capt. William D. Crosby, assistant sur
geon, upon being relieved from duty at
Fort Missoula, Montana, by Capfc. Ebert,
will report in person to the commanding
officer at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, for
duty at that post.
Burnslde "Women's Reliet Corps.
An unusual sale of tickets Ib going on
for the outing of the Burnslde Women's
Relief Corps, that goes to AlaTshall Hall
tonight. There has been a program ar
ranged that will surprise their friends,
and they have made all plans to outdo
all previous attempts at entertaining
that have been well nigh perfection In
past years. The Macolestar at 6:30 p. m.
JiATT - 3L VVv
TTAXiss ittKiis -vrfrn reid.
The Special Ambassador JSnteriuina
n Select Company.
Loudon, July 22. Mr.' Whitelaw Held,
who was the American special ambassa
dor to the jubilee, gave a dinner thiseven
ing at his temporary residence, No 14
CaUtou House Terrace, to the Prince of
Wales And a select company. The banquet
was described as being given in recogni
tion of the hospitality Mr. Reid had
received In London.. There weie forty
guests present, among them being AL de
Staal, tho Russian ambassador; Countess
Deym, wife or the Austrian ambassador; (
the Duke and BuchesB Buodcucli, the
Duke aud Duchess of Portland, the Marquis
and Marchioness or Londonderry; Sir Wil
liam Ycrnon Harcourt, the Right Hon.
George N. Cuivon, Miss Hay, daughter of
the American ambassador; Mis. and MIsb
Goelet, and nenry S. White, secretary
or the American embassy. The dinner
was followed by a reception, which was
attended by Ambassador and Mrs Hay.
Mr. and Mi's. Bradley-Martin, Consul Os
borne and wire, Senator and Mis. Wolcott,
ex-Vice Pieshlent and Mrs, 'Stevenson,
Gen. Payne, Hon. John W- Foster and
Mrs. Foster, the bishops of Ohio' and
Albany and their wives, and several titled
Madame Melba and Pol Plancon. snng.
SELMA LARSEX'S DEATH.
IS'o New Light on tne Mystery Sur
Matteawan, N. Y-, July 22.-The mys
tery surtounding tho sudden death of
Selma Larsen, the pretty parlor moid
employed by Mrs. Claience G. Diumore,
ib no ueurer solved tonight than it was
before the meeting ct the coioncr's jury
at Fishkill Lauding yesterday.
The body or the dead giil has been
buried, and Coicner Eevier's jury have
taken page arter page or testimony, but
no one as yet has been suspected or
causing I lie .girl's death. Yet the Tact
remains that in some manner a corrosive
poison found its way into the stomach or
the girl, ud that the action caused her
death. The poison suggested bichloride
or mercury. Dr. Dawton, of the General
Hospital starr. who was at the autopsy,
-Miss Larsen hnd been surreting with
a cough and Uhduceiiin the habit of taking
potnsh tablets to stop the cold and might
lnvc possibly made a mistake and taken
some of the corrosive fcubllmate tablets,
which had been used alwutthc Dlnsmore
residence to get rid of the insect pests."
The district attorney at Poughkeepsieis
firmly or the opinion that the girl's death
was caused by the breakiug of an uloer
iu her stomach which produced peri
tonitis and the symptoms of poisoning
which the physicians wlio performed the
autopsy found in the stomach.
TOBACCO TRUST CASE.
Ineffectual Efforts Made to Bring
Them Up Again.
New York, July 22 When the jury
empanelled to try Jumps B Duke and nine
other officers or the American Tobacco
Company for conspiracy under the anti
trust law disagreed In the criminal branch
of the supreme court, District Attorney
Olcott declared that he would try the
case over again as soon as possible. The
summer vacation came on and the court
adjourned. Today District Attorney
Olcott made public the fact that he had
appealed to Gov. Black to convene an ex
traordinary term or the criminal branch
or the supreme court to try the derend
ants. Gov. Black refused, baying;
"The case does not seem to me to be
of sucn a character as to justify the
iiicouvenionce and expense of an extra
ordinary term at this season of the year.
It seems that ihere will be a regular
term soon after the vacation, nt which
tin case can be tried, and I do not think
the circumstances warrant executive in
Mrs. Honoift Kelly has issued invitations
to the marriage or her daughter, Lillie D.,
to Air. WllUain T. George, on Tuesday
evening, August 3, at G o'clock, at St.
Aloyslus Church. Admission tothechuich
Mill be by card, and the ceremony will bo
followed by a home reception from 7 to
9 at No. 1139 Fifth street northwest.
Mteo Elizabeth Irving Knox, the daugh
tiror the late John Knox, Comptroller
or the Currency, and Mr. Thomas Curtis
Clarke, jr.. were married Wednesday at
or St. Peter of Gallilee, by Rev. Dr Greer,
rector or St Bartholomew's Church, New
York. The bride, gowned in white moire,
-with orange blos-oms, was given away
by her eldest brother. Air. John Jay Knox,
and wa-5 attended by Aii.ss Adelaide Knox,
as maid or honor. The be3t man -waa
Air. Frederick Towne, or New York.
Aliss Carrie E. Gottwals and Mr. J. W
Powell were quietly married Wednesday
evening at the residence of the biide's
mother, Air. M. Gott-vvals, No. 1151 Fifth
street noitheast, Rev. J. L. Walsh of
ficiating, in the presence of relatives
only. The brido was prettily gov.ned
in white organdie with white satin rib
bons and canieda bouquet of Bride rotes.
Aliss Edna Gottwals attended as maid or
honor and the best man was Air. 3'. M.
Gottwals, a biother of the bride.
Mr. Michael E. Hennessey and Miss
Alice J. Payne, both of Richmond, Va.,
left that city on Tuesday without the
knowledge of their friends and taking the
train for Washington wei.e married uu il;elr
arrival by Rev. Father Cornelius Gillespie,
S. J., rector or St. Aloysius' Church.
The elopement was due to the objection
or the father of the bride, who has not
yet relented, though the bride and groom
returned immediately to ask his foigtve
ness. The young couple have been the
recipient of congratulations from their
large circle of relatives and friends, how
ever, who predict that leconcillatiou with
the bride's obdurate patent is merely a
question of tlmo.
The Jlisses MacCraig, daughters of the
chief clerk or the Agricultural Depart
ment, have returned to their former home
iu Nebraska City, Neb., arter several
years' residence in Washington, where
they made many warm friends.
The Atarquisand Marquise de Atonstiers
AlerinvJlle, formerly Miss Alary Gwen
dolen Caldwell, are at the bride's villa
at Newport, which has been closed for tho
past four years. The couple are enter
taining considerably, among their pres
ent guests being the marquis' sister and
John Lancaster Spalding, Bishop of
Peoria, and former guardian of the bride.
AIis Mollio Hammer, of Washington, Is
visiting Aliss Nettie Wolfe at her home iu
Air. and Airs. George Schultze and Mr.
Jack Schultze are spending the month at
r White Sulphur Springs.
Airs. Lula Brown Birdsell and her
young son Boydle are spending a few
weeks at Atlantic City, and later will
go to Elkton Springs Hotel, in the "Vir
S1.25 To Bnltlmore and He- $1.25
turn via rennsylvanin Hailroad.
Tickets on sale Saturday and Sunday,
July 24 and 25. Valid for return until
Monday, July 26. Good on any train.
REY. SAM SMALL 1HDMANT
The Preacher Defends His Daughter
Against Her Hnsuanu's Charges.
Senator Daniel to Become Asso
ciate Counsel for Mrs. Ford la
tho Famous Divorce Suit.
Rev. Sum Small was at the Capitol yes
terday, and as the result Senator Daniel
has become the nbsociate counsel in the
now famous divorce case of the preacher's
daughter, Mrs. Lprctta Small Ford.
A reportei calted.on Mrs. Ford yesterday
and showed her Uje accuunt published
iu The Times of Air. Ford's charges It
was the rirst Atra..Fojdknew oftheehorges;
and she was evidently very much suiprined.
She refused to talk about the mutter but
cabled her father. Aftei reaJing the
account he made the following statement:
"The whole charge Is Infamously iulse
and imjiosslble. Atrs. Ford does not know
Simon Capps by sight and only knows his
name by reason of. having heard her hus
band mention it us that of one of hUi
favorite chums in the gambling and gold
brick swindling husiness.
'Capps is notorious scoundrel, who
principally inhabits jails Tor his robbing
exploits. It will be easy to piove the
falsity or the allegations connecting him
with my daughter, and to put Capps
again behind the bars.
"Ford's charge against his wire Is n
desperate venture to keep her rrom get
ting alimony, and tleing up his inteiests
In bis mother's trust estate. No friend of
mine or or my daughter's can possibly
doubt the outcome or this suit. I am con
fident of her integrity, and that It will
be demonstrated clearly as the sun on the
trial of the issue. We welcome the op
portunity to that end, uTtcr which it
will be well Tor those who are back or this
assault to look well to themselves."
BIKE FIXTURES THEIR BOOTY'.
A Chance Capture Reveals nn Or
ganized Gang of Boy Thieves.
Policemen Estes, or the bicycle squad,
made an arrest yesterday whienmuy result
in the Tweaking up of a gang of young
thieves, who have Tor some time been
stealing binycle lamps, bells, and other
rixtures which are easily detachable rrom
Tr-e policeman was riding along Second
street when he saw a boy with something
wrapped in paper. Suspecting it might
be stolen property, he called to the boy
who had a companion with him. The
boys stnrced to run, and threw away the
bundle which he carried. The policeman
gave chafe, and caught him. He then
went back and picked up the bundle, and
found that it coatained a new Searchlight
The boy, who gave his name as Joseph
Shafer, at first denied that he had stolen
the lamp, but tarter he was locked up
In the Sixth precinct station, Estes per
suaded him to confess that ho had stolen
the lamp from a bicycle In the Capitol.
The boy said he had been going with a
gang of boys who made a regular ousiness
of stealing bicycle fixtures.
The boy's father saw his son at the
station late in the afternoon and said
the boy had never given him any trouble
previously, and he attributed his disgrace
to the bad company he had been keeping.
Policeman Estes promised to say a good
word for the lad in the police court today.
Several names of the members or the
gaug -were secured and it Is expected
that the arrest and punishment of the
young thieves will result in the breaking
up of this gang which is no doubt largely
responsible for the numerous therta which
have annoyed wheelmen recently.
THE HUCKSTERS' TEST CASE.
Dyer's Conviction Set Aside to
Allow a New Trial.
Tn the police court yesterday Judge
Mills set a.-ide the conviction of Bernard
Dyer, the huckster, who was awaiting sen
tence for calling his wares on tlie streets.
Tins action was taken at the request of
Attorneys Edwin P'orrest and John A.
Clarke, and will give their client a new
trial. This is the hueksteis' test case, and
it will be taken to the court of appeals on
a bill of exceptions, if it is decided against
The date or the trial will be mutually
agreed upon by Prosecuting Attorney Pugh
and the attorneys for the defendant.
Bond Next Week.
The forthcoming brief engagement which
opens at the New National Theater next
Alonday night has caused a plensant flut
ter of expectancy to tho many friends
and admirers of Air. Bond. Air. Bond is
surrounded by an unusually capable com
pany (he writes, "the best 1 have ever
had"), which has been playing with Mm
at the Louisville Auditorium ror the post
six weeks, and their ensemble work is
"Where Are We At?" Americanized by
Mr. Bond, is the play selected for pro
duction for Alonday night. Itls a farcical
comedy, just the kind for which Washing
ton "can't-gct-aways'' have shown their
heartiest approval in past summer sea
sons, and the Tact that Air. Bond will
have presented it ror two consecutive Weeks
previous to its presentation next Monday
night assures a smooth and perrect per
The regular summer schedule of prices
will prevail ror reserved seats: Orchestra,
75 cents; orchestra circle, 50 cents, and
dress circle, 25 cents. Of course, the gen
eral admission will remain 25 cents.
Farewell to the Stock Company.
Washington Is at last compelled to say
good-by to that charming company of play
ers, the Columbia Stock Company, who
have for ten weeks piesented delightful
plays and have endeared themselves to
the public- They are this week presenting
that funny play of raulton's, "NIobe,"
in which they scored a big succera early
in the season. They announce for Saturday
night a special bill made up of specialties
by Jame O. Barrows, the second act of
'A Scrap of Paper' and the first .nd
second acts of "Niobe."
AIRS. LORETTA SAfALL-FORD.
Cured Serious Inflammation and
Stiffness of the Knee for Mr.
G. W. Minniok Is Now
Able to Walk With
Air. o. W. Alinnick, No. 2729 P street
northwest, Washington, D.C.says: "Some
time ago an injury to my knee waa Tol
lowed by serious Inflammation which pro
duced great pains and stirrueiss and Inter
fered with walking. The condition continued
to grow worse iu spite or treatment. A
tew weeks ago I placed myself under tlie
cure of the Alunyon Doctors, taking treat
ment with Munyou's Electric Alaciiine. I
waa entirely relieved or pain and distress
after this treatment. Aly cure has been
complete, as r am now able to walk with
out the slightest dirticulty."
MUNYON'S STATIC ELECTRICAL MA
CHINE cures Rheumatism, Slirt Joints,
paralysis and Neuralgia, and gives new
lire to the nerve-racked and brain weary.
AIUNYON'B LIFE CHAAIBER cures Ca
tarrh, Asthma and Bronchitis, aud heals
and revivifies the membranes or thelhrout
MONYuN'3 1I0AIE REMEDlEScureeach
disease with a separate speciric. For sale
by au druggists -mostly 25 cents a vial.
MUNYON'S SKILLED SPECIALISTS
give free diagnosis and prescription lor
any disease. Ou duty all aay auu evening.
Sunday, 2 to 5.
623 13th St. N. W.
Our Midsummer Sale offers
you bargains so extraordinary
that thej- read like fairy tales.
30c $l 25c Ribbons-
Y'ou would have to give more for
the cheapest Rind of trash, and
these aie rtully good qiulity.
All Silk Taffetas, Satins, Gros
Grains, Plain Moire and Funey Ef
fects ti to lO yurd lengths "We've
hundreds of bolts, all colors,
Sf-50 & 81.25 Hats.
Cntrlmmed of course Hats, Flats,
Short Back Sailors a whole table
full to choose irom All the fash
ionable styles and colors,
19c Ribbed Vests.
Here's another bargain the like
of which you never saw before
&wiss !U heed ests crocheted cecKs
ribbon tape in neck and armhules
A thoroughly good vest for
812-814 Seventh Sfcreet.
715 Market Space.
,,77 1 a , ,t 0
on Sunday next at
m,nj Paih. Ji-turnina. reach
the citv at 0:30 p. m A sail of
110 miles amid deUglitrulsvn-ry
and cool breezes. Excellent cafe
on boat and yyotd hotel at the
grounds. Salt icater bathing,
crabbinu, faking. Fun of all
sorts for everybody. Four
hows' stay at the I'oint.
At River View,
SUNDAY, July 26,
By Grace Shannon.
The Queen ot the Clouds, under the man
agement or Pror. Ed. R. Hutchinson.
This ladv wears the championship medal
ror having made the highest ascension In
Take Steamer Pcntzatll a.m., 2:45
and 0 p. m. Tickets, 25 cents.
BHIEAs'S CASE CONTINUED.
Charged "With. Obtaining Aloney
"Under Fulso Pretenses.
Joseph S. Brlean, charged with obtaining
mouey under false pretenses, whose trial
was fixed tor yesterday, obtained a con
tinuance of his case until the next term
of the court, in October
Bnean is the man who told Air. Itichard
II. Sorrell that he was a mason and that
he had a valuable contract aa au architect
but was pressed for ready money. He
obtained $5 from Air. Sorrell.
Briean's lawyer, Mr. Truitt, said for
him that he -was almost broken down "with
nervous prostration as a result of his
trouble, and that the physician at the
jailwjuld make affidavit that he had been
in the hospital and was unable to stand
trial. Air. Truitt further stated that he
believed he would he fully able to prove
Briean's statements to Air. Sorrell as soon
ns he heard from the man's home in tho
Senator Teller, Air. Harrison Dingman
and Col. Frederick Weber were in the
court ready to testify to their interest
in Briean's case, and their belier in his
statement. Senator Teller and Air. Ding
man are both high Alasons. Brteaa'a
assertion is that he is a thirty-third degree
Judge Cole said that he wan willing
to continue the case, but that unless
the man could get ball he would in his
present physical condition have a hard
time tluring the summer in jail. Mr. Truitt
said that he would have no trouble in
obtaining bail as soon as his claims were
Cured in One iNight.
Charles H. Coanelle, Esq., leading
lawyer of York, Pa , says: "Your Bra
zilian Balm cured me of one of the worst
colds I ever experienced, in one night.
I think it the greatest medicine in the
market, and you can use my name any
I way you like
This Afternoon at 3 and Evening at 8,
and During the Week.
Direct from Keith's New York Theater.
Miss Mamie Conway,
Famous World's Fair Conietlst.
America's Champion Aluslcat Trick Bone
Versatile Entertainer, and Trick Dog FRED
The King or the Cards.
Boston's Famous Lady
25 Orchestra 25
In Grand Concert.
Cafe and Restaurant
Under Personal Supervision of
Late with Sherry. New York:
Take Washington and Glen Echo Rail
road, via 7th. 14th and O streets, to
Chevy Chase Circle; also Georgetown and
Tenleytown road, at 32d aiicT AI streets,
connecting with Aletropolitan and Capital
Traction (through cars); also. Great Falls
road, at 3Gth-&treet terminus of Metro
Friday. July 23, Benefit for the
WOMAN'S CUBAN RELIEF ASSN.FUND
Admission to Grounds Free.
MUSIC AND DANCING
This Evening- from 6 to 10,
and every evening: "hereafter until
October. Music by tho members of
the United States Jdarlne Band., Come
up to the large oak grove and set
NEW NATIONAL- 3S
Special engagement of FEEDEEIC
In i has i-awcett's Farcical Omedy
WHERE ARE WE AT?
Seats 2 , uO and 7 c. Are selling.
LAST THREE PERFORAIANCES.-
Tonight at 8:30 Saturday Alatinee, 2:15.
SPECIAL BILL, Saturday Night at 8
2d ACT SCRAP OIT PAf m.
Specialties hy Mr. .TAAIES O. BARROWS,
THE FIRST AND SECOND ACTS OF
FAREWELL OF COLUAIBIA STOCK
Have you eeen tiem?
Have you tried them?
If you have, you are glad to fcnow thai
you can try them again at
Chevy Chase Lake
If you have cot, you don't know waal
you have missed.
Donch's Hand and dancing every even
tug on thp pavilion. Je5-tr.era
W H SELDEN. Prop'r.
W. E. TELLER, Mgr.,late of Bella
52.50 to 54 per day.
Pennsylvania ave., bet. tith and Tthsta.,
jy7-3mo Washington, D. O.
is conducted strictly upon the European
piau ror the summer months, with cafe
charges as moderate aa any nrst-clasa
restaurant in the State. Good rooms can
De had lor 5J1.5U per day and upward.
Droadwayand29thst .New York.
Henry J. Bang, Prop'r.
Rooms with board 5J2.50 per day and up
wards. Rooms without board l and upwards-
Alost central in the city, near all elevated
ro.itls, street car lines, principal places of
amusement, business centers and the largo
retail stores -
Broadway Cable cars, passing the door,
transfer to all parts or tlie city.
STEAM HEAT. jyl0-3mo
BLUE RIDGE SPRINGS,
On Norfolk and Western Railroad.
The favorite Summer Resort of the
PH1JLIP F. BROW2T,
WMte SiilBto Spriip, Ta
A'ear Wnrrentou, Fauquier Co.
The most perfectly equipped health and
pleasure resort in the south. Prices to
suit the times. Alagniticent scenery Vnter
unsurpassed in Dyspepsia, Dropsy andNerv
ous Troubles. Send ror illustrated circu
lars. Address PROPRIETOR WHITE
SULPHUR SPRINGS, Near Warrenton,
Fauquier Co., Va. je26-2mo
Overlooking River aud Mountains. With
in ono and a hair hours ot New York.
Open to December.
VIRGINIA REACH Splendid, large, cool
rooms facing the ocean. Excellent labia
Alodcrate prices. Address AI AIE. BE E, Box
1 23 , Vi rgmla Beach. j yl 6-lt-em
ALLEUHAN Y SPRINGS, VA. Open rrom
June 1 to Nov. 1. The Alleghany water,
awarded medal and diploma. World' sFalr,
Chicago, and recommended by the Medical
Society or Virginia, is celebrated ror its
cures of dyspepsia in its various forma.
Beautiful lawn of 40 acres, baud of music,
Ac. Parties Keeking a healthrul resort in
the mountains to spend the heated term
can do no bptter. Write ror pamphlet,
rates, &a C. A.COLHOUN.Prop. jy7-lmo
A -PALAU15 IN 'llii: MUUMA1AS.
-'jt'or beauty ot architecture aud ele
gance or equipment, 'THE ALLEGHA
NY..' nt (iosiieu. Va., has not a rival
among tne summer resort Hotels ot
America. Located in the heart or the
Allegnanics, where the climate is al
ways cool and invigorating, amidst scen
ery ot wondrous beauty, Its advantages
as a summer home are unequalled."
Sulphur, Alum and Uhalyceate Wateri
Address 1. 0. S. TIMBERLAKEL
Cool Breezes Blow
HARSHALL HALL. 1
dally at 10 a.m.
2:30 p. m.
Marshall Hall at 12:45 p.m.
4-4f p. m.
RIVER QUEEN leaves Tthand O
dally at :3(la.m.
for Marshall nail. Giymont and all
and at 5-30 p.m.
Music by Pior.Schroeder'sBand.
Dancing day and evening. AIeal3
a la caneintncexeelleni, restaurant.
Good cafe on st camera. Ladies spe
ciaRy looked after.
Alacalester leaves every Thursday,
Friday and Saturday evening at
6:30 p. xa . calling at the -Hall"
both -ways, and leaving the Hall"
On return trip at 330. Paitiexeaa
take Udatrlp -without extracbarge.
NO DUST. NO DIRT.
"Quickest and SrJest Route"
Many (except HunOayi at 10 a. m. and
2.30 p. m Returning, teacb the city at
2 and U p. ra. I'ARE. ROUND TRIP, 50a
AOmlnhlon to groun'l. 25c .ELEGANT
CAFE ON THE STEa JIKR. Tickets, wit
Mount Vernon admta&la coupon, lor gala
k.s -wbari ana as toteix.
L- L. ILAfCE. Captain.
Keep Cooll Seep Cool!
THE PAL.VCE STEA3IEK
bixty-eight miles down the Potomac
River. Grand salt-water bathing-, crab
bing and risutng. Steamers leave daily
except Mondays from Clyde Pier, root of
seventh, street, at u a. m . sharp. Fare,
CU cents round-trip. Saturdays, at 6:30
p. m.; tickets good to return Tuesday
arternoon. Large Hotel now open. Local
ornce, 1321 F street. General Inronaa
uon. charters and staterooms booked.
GRAM JfflBOAl EICORSM
Golden Commanieiy. U. 0. G. C.
River View, FRIDAY, July 23.
Take Steamer Pentr at 10 a. m.. SflO and
f : 5 p. in. Tickets, ii cents. It-em
SHOOT THE CHUTE
At KIYEK VIEW.
Steamer Samuel J. 1'entz Dally at 10
a. in., 2 and 6:43 p ra. Sundays, at 11
a-m., 2:45 and 6:15 p.m.
Personally Conducted -tocenrslona.
Every Sunday, Wednesday and
Dancing, day and evening, except Sun
day. Sundays Concert by Rtver View Orches
tra. Chris. Artu, jr., conductor.
Tickets, 25 cents; children, 13 centa.
KAallLX JJA3f JiVJSKX SAXUltDAi.
Tickets, in cents to alloa the 10 a in.
and 2 p. m. trips.
Steamer will leave Klver View, Wednes
day and Saturday at. 12:15,3, 8.andl0:30
p m., aud Sundays, 1,5,7:30 and 9:30 p. m.
ii. S. RANDALL. Sole Proprietor.
AND NOT BY TEE WAT OF OHIO-
Of course, everybody -who waata to viall
Glen Echo or Cabin John "wants to go
there by the be?t, the Quickest and tfcu
most attractive route.
To do this you start from 36th street,
anci can reacn the direct cars by either
the Ureen Electric (F-street line) or tna
Green Cable Cars. Ntv -walldntr retrulred
no change of aire, in sighs or the Po
tomac all tne way.
Unless yon want to go around by taa
Take the 3Sth-Stbeet Line,
WHICH LANDS YOU AT THE
Oabln John Bridge.
No Other Route Can or Will,
w. a. put'KJsrr,
STEAMER AI. HTATT leaves Potomao
and Grace sts., Georgetown. S:30 a. m.,
for Cabin John and Great Falls, Tues
days, Thursdays and Sundays. Can be
chartered -by clubs and private parties
ror any distance, -ppty as boat or 908
N. 1. ave. Round-trip, 5oc. jy214t
Popular Salt Water Trips
To picturesque Lower Potomac aud all tha
summer resorts resumed SATURtXAY, June
26. Steamer T. V. Arrowsmita leavea 7th
tt. Terry wbarC every Monday and Wednes
day, rf p. m. , and S aturday at J p. u Horaa
Sunday, It) p. m. Accommodations flrsi
dass. a W. RIDLEY, G. i
Jorfolk & yyashington
Every day- in th jear ror Jb :Crc3
Monroe. Norfolk. Newport News and
all points South by the superb, pow-
erful steel palace steamera "New-
- port New3." "Norfolk" and "Waafc-
ington," on the following chduliK
Lv.Waahi'glou H pn.
Lv. AtexanuriaT; 0j--
Ar Ft. AIoiin;C:Mai
Ar. NorlolK... 7:0 an
Ar. Portsm'tli.. S: Oaa.
Lv. Furcam'th . 59 pm
Lr. Norfolk... : Spm
Lv. Fr, Alonroo 7tJI pm.
At. Alexasdrfo 6:50 am
Ar. WashPgton 63am
Visitors lu ChauiuerUn s new hotel,
"The Hygeia," and Virginia Reach
will find this the most attrsstlva
route, Insuring a comfortable nlgufc'j
Large and luxurious rooms heated
by steam and fittc-d throughout with
electric llghte. Dining room service la
a la carte, and is supplied from tha
best that the markeu of Waaalnstaa
and Norfolk afford.
Tickets on sale at U- 8. Exprew
office, S17 Pennsylvania avenue; 5J3,
619, 1421 Pennsylvania avenae; B.
& O. ticket office, corner 15thsiee6
and New York avenue, aad on board
steamers, where time table, map. etc.
can also be had.
Any other Information desired wta
tic furnished on application to the ua-
derslgned at tne comoany' wharf,
foot of 7th st.. Washington. D. (X
Telephone No. 750.
JNO CALLAHAN. General Maaager. '