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THE HOBJSTI3TG TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1897
i Lansburgh & Bro. g
i WJS WAXT TO CLOSE
1 THESE OPT 0
2 IN A HURRY, g
8 The prices on these fa
Art Prizes are more
a than special. t?
g Hemstitched Tray Covers, g
g with, drawn work 25c 43
Hemstitched Centerpieces, g
fa with drawn work 25c j
8 Heavy Linen Bureau g
Scarfs, 20x54 inches, with g
I? drawn work 59c
g " Heavy Linen Bureau a
g Scarfs, 20x75, with drawn fa
g work 79c
& Heavy Linen Bureau g
0 Scarfs, 1Sx54 49c g
g Heavy Linen Bureau fa
g Scarfs, 18x72 69c
U Heavy Linen Pillow jfl
Shams, 30x30 S8c Pr-
g Heavy Linen Pillow
g Shams, with drawnwork, j
g 30x30 S1 -1 9 Pr-
jjj Danim-Covered Down Pil- g
& lows 49c
g These ar-i all right suaran- g
teed with Lansburjrh's guaran- g
? tee, which means everything. 6$
Reduced in price only to have g
fl vou crowd our Jewelry Counter fcl
! tomorrow. a
3 SPKCfAIi SAT.E OF g
g WATCH GUARDS. g
g Biack Silk Watch Guards, g
3 with sterling' silver slides, g
a special price 1 9c 0
g Black Silk "Watch Guards, g
with sterling silver slides &
and swivels, special price, &
c? Fancy Hat Pins, with g
a beautiful jewel setting-s, 0
only 10c g
g Pompadour Combs, beau- g
g tiful imitations of real tor- g
g toisc shell, only 25c 2
jj "We have all the newest
S things in Fan Chains from g
25c to S2.9S
420, 422, 424, 426 Tih St. &
Cash Piano Inducements.
We name a few only of
atelmvuy - 150.00
Chlckerins: - 175.00
The above are full 7 1-3 octaves. Rce
wood cafces, carved legs, modern improve
ments. Vc have also some excellent UPRIGHT
PLANUS, ranging in price from $150 to
S175 and upward. A good Etool and
cover and a six years' guarantee goes
"wiUi cverv Instrument we sell. Plense
call and see and hear them. Terms to
salt. Plows tuned and repaired, moved
JOHN F. ELLIS & CO..
aulS--t W37 Pennsylvania are.
75c Gioria Silk Umbrellas, Q$,Q
E: . --. - m 9 .- H 7:h t.. IS2
GREAT SUMMER SALE
or Suits, Millinery, Furnishings.
81Z-S1-4 7th St; 715 Market Space.
RELIABLE L AT EITnER OF theik
KCLIrtDLL, , amusEBim' STOKES
FAINTER OF MINIATURES,
Removed lo 932 F Strest,
Jmtrxtciion 1c a fainted class rrary morning
Till? CLERKS' ASSOCIATION.
Articles of Incorporation Filed In
tlie Recorder's Office.
Top Clerks' Mutual Benefit and Pro
tective Association, having for its pur-Xom-ss
the establishment and maintenance
01 a fclc-fc and death fund, the formation
of a bureau of information for the assist
ance or its members in obtaining employ
ment, and tl.ef urnishingof omeani through
which Its members will be enabled to help
cart other iu business arfairs, was in
corporated in the office of the recorder of
The incorporators are J. W. Broke, past
president; James Jirdinston, presidenr,
"William A. Hungerford, treasurer; L. J.
Sctoennan, recording secretary; John BT.
Humoze, warden, and II. C. Fisher, fi
nancial hecretory, and the period of ln
coriora.tion is twenty years.
In the articles of incorporation it is
stipulated that the officers fchall consist
o? a president, three vice precsidents, re
cording and corresponding secretary, fi
nancial secretary, treasurer and warden,
in whom the management of tlie affairs
or the association shall be vested as a
board or managers.
Coti tracts for Ran Forcings.
Acting Secretary Roosevelt late yester
day afternoon awarded the contracts for
forging 4, 5 and G-inch guns as follows
To Lbe Bethlehem Company, six jts or
O-lnch and twenty-five sets of 5-lnch, at
20 cents a pound; to the Medvale Company,
firiecn sets of 4-lnch guns, at 25 1-2 cents
a pound. All guns to be 40 caliber in
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy always affords prompt ro
ller. For sale by Henry Evans, Whole
sale and Retail Druggist, 938 F street;
Connecticut avenue and S street north
west and 1428 Maryland avenue northeast
The steamers Jane lloseley, Arrowjsmith,
Samuel J. Pentz, and Harry Randall, all
keep Consumers' Beer the best beer made.
.Ask for it. Aul3-7t
THE DUTY UPON RIBBONS
Treasury Department Renders a
Decision Regarding It
They Are Dutiable ns Mauufuc-
tnres of Silk ut a 50 Per Ceut
"Ad Valorem Rate.
Assistant Secretary Howell has wiitten
to the col! fee tor of customs at the pore of
New 1'ork as follows:
'Sir: The department is in receipt of
your letter or the 5th Instant, in which you
state Hut you have lield a conference with
the representative experts of your office,
tlie naval office, and the appraiser's of flee
upon tlie proper classification ot iilk rjb
bons foi duty, which has resulted in a
positive disagreement between the naval
officer and youraalf.
"You report that it is agreed that ribbons
(other than -velvet) of silk, or or which
silk is the component of chief ralue, aie
classifiable eithei under paragraph 300
ab' trimmings," at GO percent ad valorem,
or under paragraph 391 ot the present
tarirf law as 'Muanuractures ot silk, or of
which silk, is the component material or
chief value, not specially provided for," at
bO per cent ad valorem, the naval ofrice
hoialug firmly to the view that silk rib
bons siiouid be classified as 'tiimmings,'
basing its conclusion specifically upon the
opinion of Justice PJatchford, in ttie ca-si
ot Robertson versus Edelhoft (Synopsis
9b54), while your office contends that the
term 'ribbons' Is a commercial designa
tion which Includes a large and well de
fined dasa of articles, and that the term
'tTininnngs' Is far more elastic, and may
be regarded as a descriptive term which
embraces a variety ot distinct classes, but
A'luch by common usage, and notwithstand
ing many changesin the tariff, lias received
a well defined commercial significance and
covets a particular class of articles recog
nized in tiade as 'trimmings.'
"In reply I have to inform you that
this department has carefully considered
the arguments present ed. both on behalf
ot your orfice and the naval office, and
has reached ttie conclusion that "silk
ribbons" are properly classifiable for
duty at the rate of 50 per cent ad valorem
u 'manufactures of silk, or of which
bilk is tlie component material of chief
value, not specially provided for,' under
paragraph 391 ot the act of July 24.
Ib97. In reaching this conclusion the
department has taken into consideration
the fact that the term 'ribbons' is a well
known commercial designation and seem
to have ieen so considered by Congress
in making spectal provision midt;r para
graph 320 of the present tariff act for
ribbons made ot cotton or other vegetable
fiber, notwithstanding that trimmings
ot flax, cotton, or other vegetable fiber
are specially provided for in paragraph
339 of the same act
"The department has also taken Into
consideration the fact that, under the
tarirf au ot March 2, 1S61; June 30,
1SG4, and as continued in the Revised
Statutes, both silk ribbons and Mlk trim
mings were specially provided for. Con
gress therefore recognized the distinction
between 'ribbons' and 'trimmings.' The
acts of IVbruary S, 1873; March 3. 1H83;
October 1, 1890, and August 28, 1B91,
contained no specific enumeration for
'silk ribbons' or 'trimmings,' and such
merchandise was, under the acts last
mentioned, uniformly classified under the
provisions for 'manufactures ot silk, or
or which silk Is tne component material
or chief value, not specially provided ror.'
It is therefore reasonable to presume that,
had the present Congress Contemplated plac
ing a duty or 60 per cent ad valorem on
silk ribbons, the article would have been,
specially enumerated In paragraph 390
or the present tariff act. Ton will be
go ewd accordingly. Ite-pectf ully yours,
"W. B. HOWELL,
OUR DOCKING FACILITIES.
Xaval Constructor Tmsuiell Goes
Abroad to Study European PIuus.
Acting Secretary Roosevelt has ordered
Naval Constructor R. R. Dashiell to sail
Saturday on a Hamburg steamer for Eu
rope. This sudden crder has been given
because of Mr. Rcosevelt's thorough ap
preciation ot tlie helpless condition of this
country relative to docking facilities, and
tlie Importance of having docks al the
earliest possible moment sufficiently large
and properly equipped for any and ail
The recent docking of the Indiana at a
Canadian dock is considered by the Acting
Secre'ary to be a necessity that should
never have existed, nnd to provide against
a repatition ot such an act he will push
forward with all hie vifor the need of
building dockf ot the latest and most ap
He hup sent Mr. Dashiell to Europe for
the purpobs or inspecting all the most
modern docks, to enable the department
to prepare plans for the ones the Gov
ern msnt wiU be urged to build. Mr.
Dashiell will remain abroad only long
enough to make the observations he re
quires TREASURY HEATIXG REPAIRS.
Contrnet Awarded to Warren "W.
Brijrsjs, of This City.
Secretary Gage yesterday accepted tlie
bid or 5c,l.-2..-i0, by Warren W. Briggs,
orthis city.to repair the heating and power
plants used by the Treasury Deportment.
Tiilslnclndes the Treasury building, the pho
tograph building, the Winder bufiding, used
bythe auditor for the War Depactment.and
the Butler building, u.-.ed by the United
States Marine Hospital; also to. put in or
der the water filters for the Treasury.
Til.- contract was awarded and the work
must be finished in forty days.
Barge Office Kitchen Contrnet.
Assistant Secretary Vanderlip yesterday
awarded to the Berlin Iron Bridge Com
pany, of New York, the contract to fur
nish all the labor and material and to
construct a kitchen at the United States
barge orfice. New York. Tbe contract
price is $1,734. The kitchen is to be a
temporary arrangement, and is to last
only until the immigrant station at Ellis
Island, which was destroyed by fire, Is
Prize Banner Presentation.
The presentation of the prize banner of
District Lodge, No 3. I. O. G. T., to Star
of Hope Lodge. No. 12, I. 0. G. T., will
take place this evening at Good Templar
Hall, comer or Nineteenth street and Penn
sylvania avenue northwest. The presen
tation will be made by the district chief
templar, J. C Daley. All Good Templars
areinvlted to be present.
Special Excursion :,-; jseasnore via
B. & o.
Tickets to Atlantic City, Cape May and
Sea Isle City will be sold for 10 a. m.
and 12 noon. Royal Blue Line trains, oa
Fridays and Saturdays during the season,
good to return until Tuesday following, at
late ot $5 for the' round trip.
Our beautiful Ice Cream Parlor, where
choicest creams and ices, limeades, lemon
nde., phosphates and favorite fruit cream
sodas is served at usual prices. Tbe
public Is cordially Invited to come and
dtink the coldest soda water in the city.
1401 Massachusetts avenue, corner adth
and Mass. avenue. aul3-tt-em
Mrs Etta Sperry Chapman has an
nounced the marriage or her daughter,
Mary Herri Chapman, to Henry Clay Hans
brough, Monday, August 10, 1897, at No.
10 West Thirtieth street, New York. Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Ilansbrougu will be at
home at Ko. 2033 Florida avenue after
MiislilancheTsabelle Stewart, thedaugh
ter U Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph L.Stewart, of
NovGlS B street northeast, and Mr. James
Maimt Brooksiof Pennsylvania, were mar
ried yesterday evening al G o'clock at
the Metropolitan Baptist Church, the cero
iri'jny being performed by Rev. Graiirllie S.
William'!, pastor. The bride, prettily at
tired In white organdie and carrying bride
roses, entered the church with the groom.
They wore preceded by the ushers: Messrs.
Philip H. Cns.s, Churle-, Crane, Edward II.
Hogley, and Julian Cockerill, and by Miss
Ilattle Stewart, tbe brlde'i, slsttr, gowned
iu white organdie, with a bouquet ot pink
roses, and JSr. Harry Gladmon, who served
the groom as best man. Mr. and Mrs.
Brooks left shortly after the ceremony for
a trip north that will include Niagara, and
upuu their return will reside at Garrett
P am. .
Mr. and Mrfe. James A. Rutherford, of
1126 Eighth street northwest, have gone
Tor a. mouth's outing to Atlantic City
and the mountains ot Pennsylvania-
Captain Cotrec's yacht, the Ada, draped
in flags and bunting, presented a gay
scene Friday evening as she left Old
rolnt for Ocean View The occasion was
a moonlight excursion given by the young
men ot tlie Point in honor of their visiting
guests. At Ocean View supper was served,
and all danced until a late hour, reaching
Old Point in the "wee sma" hours ottlia
Among the many present were Miss
Molho Downey, of Washington; Miss
Jennie Watts, ot Buffalo; Miss Sefton,
of Washington; Miss McKeever, ot Ricb-inon-3;
Miss Rose Sefton, of Washington;
Miss Nellie Kearney, MiS3 O'Neil, aud
Miss Sullivan, of Washington; Mr. Will
Mahr, Mr. C. Tyler, Mr. Hanger, Mr. J.
White, Mr. M. Horn, of Washington; Mr.
C. Gerry, of Richmond; Captain T. Smith,
Mr. Harry Kelley, Mr John Jacobs, Air.
Walters, of Wasntngton; Mr. Will Kearney,
nt'd Mr Luce.
Mrs C A .Nitzeland her daughter. Gene
vieve, have returned after spending the
greater part ot the summer at Sulphur
Springs. Vn., at the home of Mr. F. M.
St. Andrews P. E. Church was the scene
ot a pretty noun wedding yesterday, the
bride being Mif-s Gertrude Lee Mali 00 di
ot Richmond, VaM and the groom Mr.
William H Babcock. a well-known patent
attorney ot this city. The ushers were
Messrs Chailes E. ClUhholin, of New York;
Lee C. Lamkin, of Mississippi; Fountain
Mahood. ot Virginia; and Alfred J Clarke,
of W.-ifchimriont D. 0. The bride, escorted
by her brother. Mr Charles Lee, of the
Southern Railroad Company, who gave her
in marriage, was met at the chancel by the
groom, where the ceremony was performed
by Rev Dr. Gibson, assistant rector ot
St.. Andrew t.
Tim bride, who for years past has been
a clerk in tlie Patent OfNce, comes of old
Colonial stock, aud is an active member of
the Society or the Daughtorsor the Ameri
can Rev!ution. She was stylishly gowned
ia cloud blue cloth, with hat to correspond,
aud carried a cluster or lovely red roses.
Upon t!;cii return Troni the Northern coast
Teforts Mr and Mrs. Uabcock will rChide
at the gr.-.oin's country home, on the Ridge
road, beyond Georgetown.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dlller, with their
baby son, Bernard, have returned rrom
California, where they have been visiting
toe past, year, and are stopping with Mro
Diiler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kengla,
at their residence. No. 153 A street north
cast. The parents of Siaster Lenox. Lohr cele
hrated the sixth anniversary of his birth
by a party at their residence, No. 759 Elev
enth street southeast, which was attended
by tlif rollowinglitt'.e guests: Missed Mabel
and Vinie Waltemeyer, Clemeuce, Jeanne
end Ilenrlette Martin, Bessie Kane, Ethel
Lnngley, iola Barnett, Viola and Rose
Gates, Eva Stewart, Cenln Hutchinson, Liz
zie end Olive I'adgette.RenaOffutt, Katie
and May Sanderson. Emma Mitcbel, Ethel
Col 1 ill, Henri bell Williams, Gertie and Susie
Spt-iden, Helen and Elsie King, Josie Stein
berg, and Masters Edward Wright, Charlie
Bright, Earl and El wood Sanderson, Irving
Offutt, Wilfred Cords, George and Ray
mond Coliill, Charlie Stewart, Ivan Beers
ana Albert ana Bertram Hutchinson.
Mr. Charles F. Herrmann and Mr. W. C.
Eotsch have returned from a three weeks'
outing at Atlantic Cily.
Miss Martha Klawuns, of New York, is
visiting lier uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
B. Klawans, ot No. 1224 I street north
cast. Rov. Arnold S. Yantis and Mrs. Yantl3,
ot Brooklyn, N. Y., are spending their
vacation with Rev. W. W. Dean, No. 942
P stieetncrthwe.st. Mr. Yantis will preach
at the Church or Our Father (Unlversalist)
Mrs. J.D. Darnall and Miss Edna Damall
are among the Washington guests who are
enjoying a pleasant summer at Delaplane.
Misses Abble C. Graves and Jennie A.
Graes are visiting their brother, Mr.
Ralph C. Graves, near Hancock, Md.,after
a delightful Western trip that included
j-toppaes at San Francisco, the Yosemite
Valley and historic Monterey.
Plncy Point, the time-honored resort,
dear to Washlngtonians of the old regime,
on the Potomac. Among the numer
ous guests bummering there are the fol
lowing members of the Uncle John Pleas
ure Club of this city: Mr. John Coprland.
haporone; Uncle George, surgean t-at-inns;
Mioses Blanche and Gerdle Bren
ner and Miss Julia Hanncrelly, maids;
Mls3 May Brenner and Miss Mattie Sl
monrts, lawyers, and Miss Annie Carr.pro
evening, while the cake walk contributed
by the members afforded a great deal of
merriment to the guests at the Foint. The
cake was captured by Mr. and Mrs. Jones
The club expect' to repeat their dance and
walk during their two weeks' stay.
Col. T. J. Griftilh and wife and their
niece, Miss Lotta A. Williams, or Terre
Haute, Ind.. are the guests or Col. W. E.
McLean, No. 1G28 Fifteenth street.
Mr. Thomas Nelson Page has arrived
in New York rrom a trip abroad.
Gen. Draper, our ambassador to Rome,
and Mrs. Draper, will occupy the Piotnbino
palace this rail. It Is new and one of
tlie handsomest in Rome.
Mrs. Arthur P. Gorman's garden party
last week at Fairview, her country home,
at Laurel, was In honor of Miss Hattie
Smith and Miss Eatle Gambrill, of Wash
ington. M'ss Amanda L. Graves, accompanied
by her brother, Mr. Charles T. Graves. Is
J vJsIilng friends in Lewinsville, J.
MASS FOR GaHOVAS' SOUL
Memorial Service in the Church of
St. Vincent uVPaul, Now York.
Minister De Lotno Suys That Gen.
Veyler TVill Not Be itetired
New York, Aug 18. Solemn requiem
mass, which was attended by the Spanish
Minister Enrique Dupuy do Lome, was
celebrated in the Church ot St. Vincent
de Paul, on West Twenty-third street, In
memory of Premier Oanovas this morning.
During tne services rour detectives wens
on duty iu the church to prevent dis
turbance. Presbltero Hon Saturnino Janices de
livered the funeral oration. Assisting him
in the MrvIco weie the Rev. Manuel Mon
tane, Presbltero Ewmelas Dias and the
Rov. Don Ramon de la Calle, Presbltero de
la Congregaclon do la Mision.
The church was decorated -with the
assistance ot the prominent Spaniards of
this city. The large columns were draped
in black and gold. In the center aisle,
before the altar, was erected a high
catafalque, on each side of which stood
three -pedestals, surmounted by cande
labraum On both pedestals and cata
falque the letter "C" was prominently
The local consuls rrom France, Por
tugal, Haytl and Chile were present.
Regrets were received from many promi
nent persons, among them a telegram
from President McKlnley.
Senor de Lome was asked It there was
any significance attached to the requiem
services being held in n French church, nnd
fald: ''Not in the least. The use ot this
church was very kindly extended to the
'.oiumlttee on arrangements and they ac
cepted the offer The Fervices were not in
any way official. They were simply
arranged by the members ot the Society
IMetroceta Fpanola ot this city.
. "I do not thiiik there will be any erup
tiou because ot Senor Canovas' death.
Tilings are very quiet now and we have
strong hopes that they will so continue.
Gea. Wcyler will not be displaced. He
has been entirely satisfactory and I have
heard nothing about It. It Is hard to tell
a.s to whether Awarraga Wilt keep ids
scat as premier. He Is only acting as
such at present and his retention ot the
office depends upon circumstances."
BUILDING RLTLK3 CHANGES.
Plans to Be Sliowti In JJetnll Where
I'roJeetlouB Are Intended.
Inspector of Buildings Brady yesrerday
recommended that all owners and builders
of houses requiring projections beyond the
btilidlrg line be hereafter required to rur
nlsh In addition to the plan of the projec
tions a plat of the entire lot, showing the
taration of the building thereon and giving
the proposed parUng and sidewalk.
The recommendation was appro ved by the
Commissioners and forwarded to Col. Bing
ham, superintendent of public buildings
and grounds, antTif'lt receives his indorse
mentit will bo made into a? building regula
The suggestion of Mr. Brady was madein
compliance with a reqnestof Col. Bingham
for additional regulations governing appll
cations for projections, in order that the
office might have the fullest data berore
the War Department grants the permit.
TREASURY" LAW CLERKS.
Report of the Committee to Exnmine
The following Mas been sent to Secretary
The committee appointed by you on the
31st ultimo to examine the papers of tht?
cundidafssin the late competitive examlna
lion for law clerks in the Treasury Depart
ment submits herewith a list of the candi
dates who attaiued a general average ol
80 or 11101 e, and their general averages".
W. W. Warwick, 92; E. II. Peery. 91.5.
N H. Thomas, 85.75; Charles E. McNab,
82.75; J. D. Territl. 81.125; J. L: Sum
mers. 81 25; C. J. Kellogg, 80.375; A. C:
McDonald, 80.125. Theotner fourteen can
didales failed to reach the required per
As an evidence of the strict Impartial
ity ot the examination, it is said that tlie
men vho made the two highest per
centages are Democrats. Warwick was
a confidential clerk in Comptroller Bow
ler's office and Perry acted in the same
capacity in the orfice of the deputy
Mr. YVilaon's View of It.
To the Editor of The Times:
Your statement in a recent editorial
that England hired Hessians in the war
of 177G "to murder us" seems to me to
be hardly a fair one and I am a de
scendant of American rebels of that time.
The Hessians were the troops of Duke
Ernest, younger brother of George HL As
they were idle the latter took them
'to use for their keep" that is, borrowed
them. It ought not to be forgot that
some French who aided us took pay from
Soldiers nearly always right for pay
in fact, the derivation 13 from a word
which means one who fights for pay.
Gen. Crook hired Indians to fight other
Indians, and so did other commanding
officers of our army, and the Indians so
employed were permitted to scalp the dead
of the other side.
I am often surprised, as well as pained,
at the attacks made by The Times upon
the nation which, with all her faults,
and all her misrbrtunes and mistakes, has
done more to establish and preserve lib
erty than any other nation. She is the
burrer between us and the despotisms
of the old world; the leader In the strug
gleagalnst absolutism, whether maintained
by monarchy, aristocracy, political estab
lishments which work under guise or re
ligion, or by the people themselves when
they wish to operate as mobs.
Her interests" on this continent arc equal
to our own, andare much older. She is
our natural roadjutor and friend, but,
when demagoguespersistiu uttering threats
to "smash her," just to show that We
can do it, what wonder Is it that she
builds fortresses like that at Victoria,
or keeps a fleet as a lookout on our
It is a good thing to sometimes con
template England's merits as well as her
faults. . POSEY S. WILSON.
The Bathing Bench.
To the Editor ot The Times:
"Fairness" seems unduly excited at the
lack of chivalry displayed in grudging
the use of the bathing beach to women
and children. Now, as children (male) are
excluded on ladles' evenings, and morn
ings us well, and as ladies seem to en
joy the bathing even when men are al
lowed the privilege, also (as note the ladles
present Saturday last), and as there are
special mornings for ladles who are too
modest to be in the same water with
men, though hundreds of the same are
watching their gambols from the shore
instead or enjoying the cool water, I hope
that the over modest maidens will be sat
isfied with their mornings, nnd those
who realty enjoy a swim come iu with
us in the evenings, giving ladles and gen
tlemen every evening. Any hoodlum guilty
of disrespect will scon be punished so
that he will never attempt it again.
w. c. s.
ON-THE-POTOriAC in the Great Amphitheater.
This- Afternoon at 3 Tonight at 8.
Every Afternoon and Evening During the Week,
I3ST O - I
THE GROTTO TRIO.
Juvnnllo Singers masters llolicrt Kmmct Walah,
l'n ill Hraity mul Uuraoe lairs.
HOWARD and LEIGH,
Contortionists XJTf ffT and
Rauscher's Superb G!en
THURSDAY AUGUST 19th 2ram! JellmonUI Uonellt Tendered to tho Morton Cadet..
llVJIVw'lfl I , nuuu J l l7UI Grund Pr. Drill and Extra Attraction on this Occualon-
Admission to Grounds FREE.
T A IT C C.reai. FaUa E,octr, tKad; AVaninKton and Glon Echo Kailroad via 7lh. 14th and U Streets to Chevy Chane Clrol.i
8 k!VE hUo Georgetown aud Xouleylown Uohd. conuootinjr at 32d nnd at Streets irith Metropolitan and Capital Tract ioa
KXCPHSIOyS. Pg?.?????9 AMUSEMENTS.
fifll UNI HI RFflP.H Issasssassiiiiiiiiiiiiaii
vukuninti ubniwiii t wm.
Tho only salt water Batblns Beach Within
Easy Access to
VTlth puio bracing soa air and good sarf.
The onlr excursion Pteamer running direct
ly to this report without stop. From Clyde
Wharf, foot of Gth et. sw.
Grand Family Excursion,
EYERlTMOXDAi: & FRIDAY,
Kouncl trip fare .... 25c.
Local oflicc, 1321 F st. n. w.
SHOOT THE CHUTE
At I?rVrKR VIEW.
Bteamer Snmuel X. Pentz Dally at 10
a. ra., 2 and 0 45 p. m tiuuu.173, at 11
a. m., 2:45 and 6:16 p. in.
I'ersoually Cuudneteil Excursions
Kvery Su inlay, AVedriesdny
Dancing day and evening, except Sun
day. Sundays Concert by Klver View Orches
tra, Cnns. Arth, Jr., conductor.
Tickets, -5 cents; children, 15 centa.,
FAMH.iT DAT EVEhY SATURDAY.
Tickets, 1 0 cents to all sn the 10 a. m.
said 'J. p. m. trips.
Steamer will leave Klver Vievr, Wednes
day and Saturday at 12.1 5, 5, fc, nnd 10 30
p. m.i and Sundays, l, 0,7.30 audi) 30p.ia
E. S. KANDAL.L, Sole Proprietor.
Steamer ilACALESTER leaves
10 a. m.: 230 nnd C:30 p. m.
Steamer JtlVEK QUEEN every
aionday, Wednesday. Enday and
faaturday at 0:30 a. m.
Dancing day and night.
iluslc by SOHKOlillEK'S BAND.
Cafes on boats excellent Kestau
rant at tne Hall.
The MACAbKSTER continues
dovra the river lo Indian Head on
her G30 trip Thur&days, Fridays
and Saturdays. No extra, charge.
Tickets for the Shriners' excursion
not iiheu last nlsht will be reueemed
at tlie otttces of Harrison Uingman.
Atlantic itulullng: Frank H. Thomas,
Board or '.trade Building, or F
Standirord, 717 11th st. nw or
will be good for use today on the
Steamer iiacaiester Tor llarsttall
MAC A LESTER
Daily (except Sunday) at 10 a. in. and 2:30
p. 111. Keturning, reach theclty at 2 and 6
p. 111. FAKE, HOUND TRIP, 50c. Admis
sion to grounds, 23c. ELEGANT CAFE
ON THE 3TEAMEU. Tickets, with ilount
Vernon admission coupon, for t.nle at wharf
nnd at Hotels.
THE CALEDONIAN CLUB
TO RIVER VIEW,
FRIDAY, AUGUST 20.
INTERESTING PROGRAM OF CHIL
Take Bteamer Pentz at 10 a. m., 2 and
l:40 p. m.
TICKETS 25 CENTS
Popular Salt Water Trips
To picturesque Lower Potomac aud all the
rammer resorts resumed SATURDAY , June
20. Steamer T. V. Arrowsmlth leaves 7th
st. ferry wharf every Monday and Wednes
day, 3 p. m., and Saturday at tl p.m. Horns
Sunday, 10 p. m. Accommodations first
clou. O. W. fclDLEY, G. U
jyorfolk & Washington
Every day tn the year for 1'stZfzn
Monroe. Norfolk, Newport Newa and
all points South by the superb, pow-
erfui steel palace steamers "New-
port News." "Norfolk" and "Wash-
- lngton," on tho following schedule:
Lr.'W aslu'gton .:Ovpir.
Lv. Alexandria 7:"i0 pm
Ar. Ft Monroe 630 am
Ar. Norfolk.. ..7:".0 am
Lv. Portsm'th.. TiSOpra
I.v; Norfolk... 0: Opm
Lv. Fr. Mouroo":-0pm
.Vr. Alexandria 6j00 am
Ar. "Washi'gton 6:20 am
Visitors to Chuuiherlin's new hotel,
"The Hygeia," and Virginia Beach
will find this tho most attracttva
route, insuring & comfortable nlght'i
Largo and luxurious rooms heated
by steam and flttl throughout with
rtectno lights. Dining room tervlco is
a la cart. and is supplied from tn
best that the markets of Waahingtoa
and Norfolk afford.
Tickets on sale at U. S. Express
office, 817 Pennsylvania avenue; 513. "
619, 1121 Pennsylvania avenue; B
& O. ticket office, corner 15th steeefc
and New York avenue, and on board
steamers, where time table, map, etc,
can also be had.
Any other Information desired win
be furnished on application to the an-
derslgned at the comcany's wharf.
foot of 7th st., Washington, D. a
Telephone No. 750.
J NO CALLAHAN, General Manager.
DAILY, Fare' Saturday
.ESS. 50o. I Nlghl
At 9 a. n. iAt 6:30 p-m-
IWI 'MTig fg f t & w T B Trll R5SBEES9K5EBSK9
Woman Orchestra, Directed by Caroline B. Jfichols,
- IsriD COlsTGERT,
long the Picturesque Palisade3 of the Potom3o
AND NOT AROUND THPcOUGH THE BACKWOODS.
Of course everybody who wants to visit
Cabin John or Glen Echo wants to go there by
the quickest and most attractive route. To do
thisou must take the
WASHINGTON AND GREAT FALLS
ELECTRIC RAILWAY -
Union Station, Georgetown Cor. 36th St. and Prospect Aye.,
THE TER3IIXITS OF THE
frRFFN FTFPTRTfi PAPS (F streer LInc) of the metropolitan
HUM hLfcbiiilb kAILWAY,wim FREE TRANSFERS to and
GREM CABLE CARS
No Changing Car3.
Unless you want to so out around Uobiu Hood's Barn
Take the Great Falls Line,
Which lands you at CABIN JOHN BRIDGE.
XO OTHER ROUTE CAX OR WILIi!
Cor, 11th street ana University place,
Onc Dloclc west or uroatlway. Noted
5 or two things
.rirst-claS3 rooms ac 51 per day and
upward; on the European piau.
E. it E.EKEXKXE.
Henry J- Hang, i'ropr.
Kooms with Doard Sii-50 per day and upwards-
Eooma without Doard 1 and up-warda-
Alost central in the city; near all elevated
roads, street car lines, principal places ot
amusement, bualnejia centers and the larga
Broadway Cable cars, pas.dng the door,
Jransfer to alt parts ot the clty-
COPLET SQUARE HOTEL.
Huntington Avenue and Exeter Street,
New, elegantly appointed, strictlv fire
proof. Location unsurpassed in the city.
Three to eight minutes from principal shop
pine centeru, theaters, etc. American plan,
S3. 50 per dayand upward. European plan,
SI. 5 per day and upward. E S.KISTEER
& CO. aulG-3mo-em
W H SEIiDEN, Frop'r.
W. R. TELLER, Mgr., late ot Bell
$i:.&0 to 5-4 per Gay.
Pennsylvania nve., bet. tun and Tthst.,
jy7-3mo Washington, D. a.
is conducted strictly upon tho European
plan ror the summer months, with cafe
charges as moderate a3 any Tirst-ciasa
restaurant m the state. Uooa rooms can
oe had ror $i.ou per day and upward,
White Sulphur Springs, Ta.,
Ncnr VTarrenton, Fauqnler Co.
The moat perfectly equipped health and
ple&Euro resort in the south. Prices to
enit tho times. Magnificent scencr-. Water
unsurpassed in Dyspepsia, Dropsy and Nerv
ous Troubles. Send for illustrated circu
lars. Address PROPRIETOR WHITE
SULPHUR SPRINGS, Near Warrenton,
Fauquier Co., Va. Je2S-2mo
A PALACE IX THE MOUNTAINS.
-Ufor beauty ot architecture and ele
gance or equipment, 'THE ALLHUBA
tiX,' at Uoshen. Va., baa not a rlvai
among sno summer resort hotels ot
America. Located in the heart or tho
AlieghanloB, where the climato la al
ways cool and Invigorating, amidst scen
ery ot wondrous beauty, Its advantage
as ft summer home are unequalled."'
Sulphur, Alum and Cnolybeato Watcn
Address J. Q. 8. TIMHERLAKH.
The Military Marvels,
QVirrrMn- t,fo slzo "fovins Views
OnOWing- Every -lSht.
Serred In the Casino from 5 to O, HK CQTIZS
from its NINTH STREET and CONNECTICUT
AVENUE Lines and the NEW YORE AVENUE
Line (Columbia Railway).
(Avenue Line) of the CAPITAL TRAC
TION COjIPANY, with FREE TRANFERS to
and from its SEVENTH STREET and FOUR
TEENTH STREET Lines.
Cool River Breeze
And River Views all along
At National Paric.
"WASHINGTON V3. CHICAGO.
Admission, 23 and 50 Cents.
GAME CALLED AT rfc30 P. il.
KERXAN'S LYCEUM THEATER
All This Weefc
Matinees Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday,
A Superior, Unique and Hih-clais Ag
gregation or Burlesque, Vaudeville
and Operatic Talent.
:i New and Brilliant BUREESQTJES-2
is'cx: WeeS Tho i. hue Crude Burlt-iquo Co
MUSIC AND DANCING
This Evening: from 6 to 10,
and every evening herearter until Octobet
Music by the members or the United State
Marine Band. Come up to the large oalt
grove and get cooL
Sacred concert by members or the Marina
Band every Sunday.
Churches invited. New electric cars
run from Navy lard Bridge to Congress
Heights. Bastet piculc parties welcome.
Have you seen them?
Have you tried them?
It you have, you are glad to lcnow thl
you can try them again at
Chevy Chase Lake
If. yon have not, you don't iaow wnaJ
you nave missed.
Donch'a Band and dancing every eve
log ou the pavilion- JeS-tf.em
BAY R1DOE, .
The Only Salt Water Bathing
Resort in the Vicinity of
KXCaiLLENT ItKSTA TUANT.
Efficient train servlc. Low ratea.
Trains leave B. it o. station, week days.
9:15 a. m., 4:30 p. nu; Sundays, 9:35
a. m., 1:30 and 3:15 p. m.
Round-trip tickets, 50 centa.
For tho 4.:30 p. m. train, 75 cents wlH
he charged, and 23 ccuta refunded uooa
return ot coupon u uem at Washington,
A delightful trip ot 70 miles on. Ches.
peafce bay, on th morning- boat to Balti
more and return, for 25 cento. Tic Ire t
for sale on Cafe Porch, upon arrival ot
morning train" from Washington.