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THE MOKNLHG TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 3 897.
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new stock of Upholstery Goods.
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WALKED FROM CUMBERLAND
Pitiable Plight of a Husband, Wife
Ont of "Work and. Money, Win. Jen-
nlngs Aiught to RencU Xew
York Friends, on Foot.
WIHIam Jennings, to all appearances an
lieaeU -industrious, but unfortunate work
roan, was lodged at No. 1 station last
uigbt TPitn his "wife and seven-year-old
bsjj- because be had no aiuaey to obtain
elielter .'lse where.
The three persons reaohed Washington
lafct. night, having -walked all the way
tmm Cumberland, lid., on their way to
New Yoik City.
Jennings is about thirty-live years old
and a lather by trade. For several years
punt he lias unified at Pittsburg. He was
8elr and industrious, but owing to the
hard -timos and the delay in the return of
prosperity ho found him suit out of a job
several months ago. little by Uctle he
haw his flavin gsdwindle a way, .itid he could
not cbtain sufficient employment to sup
port his family. Finally he resolved to
jettirn to New York, where he has some
friends, in the hopes of securing employ
ment. When he had sold all his possessions
md paid debts eontracted during his en
forced idleness he had but a few dollara
loCt, (sufficient only to pay the railroad
faros of himself, wife and child to Cum
berland. It was a plucky undertaking to
nltumpt" to get from there to the metrop
olis, but Mrs. Jennings, notwithstanding
the fact that she is in a delicate con
dition, bravely resolved to accompany her
lblmnd on the long journey.
At Cumberland he obtained work enough
to bey a dttle food for his family, but not
enough to pay railroad fare. .Resolutely
husband, wire and child started out to
walk to Now York a week ago last lion-day-
The journey was necessarily slow
and tiresome over the rough mountain
and hill roads, and their progress was
not, rapid. At night fall the husband
usually found a lodging for his. boy and
Fuppor bj awsistiug some kindly disposed
runner in his work, either in the fields
or outtilug wood Once, however, they
wore compelled to sleep in a barn, and
had no supper that night.
Kowhcre could Ur Jennlngseamapenny
with which to enable bin wife to ride, and
painfully they tramped on to Washington
At Chevy Chase Sir. Jennings found a con
tractor, who, after listening to his story,
allowed him. to work aii hour without
dinner, for which he received 25 cents, and
was enahled to ride to Washington on an
UUie family presented a pitiful sight as
they siood before the railing at No. 1
station, and told their story. They had
Had nothing to eat, and Policeman Tom
Holllnbergcr conducted them to an Avenue
restaurant and purchased each one the
first square mea.1 they had eaten in a
Mrs. McCloud, the matron at No. 1 sta
tion, look charge of the woman and child,
and nil three were provided last night
with a comfortable bed.
Sanitary Officer Frank saw the family
laBt night and today Willi procure them
passage to New York.
When the Robbing Nest Ajrain
You will have money to burn if you secure
your winter's supply qf fuel now. S. S.
Dalsh & Son. 703 12lh st. nw.; 208 Flor
ida ave. ne. Telephones 32S and 338.
NOT TOO OLD TO MARRY
General Longstreet Talks About
His Ajproacliiug Nuptials.
Miss Dortch Has Been a Newspnper
Proprietor and Editor, ns "Well as
Assistant State Librarian.
Atlanta, Ga.. Sept. G. For the first tinw
since the report was circulated that Gen.
James E. Longstreet was engaged to be
married to Miss Ellen Dortch, the aged
Confedcrale commander has come out with
an open announcement of the fact. He
says that the wedding is to take place
at the official residence of Gov. Atkinson,
in this city, and that ic wUl be cele
brated between 1 and 3 o'clock Wedncs
day afternoon. Immediately afterward
Gov. and llr. Atkinson will tender the
couple a reception, aud at -1:30 they will
leaein a special car for Porter Springs,
where they will j-pend the honeymoon.
It was their Intention originally to go
to New York city, but Miss Dortch Has
changed the program, because she does
nr.t want the general to encounter New
York newspaper reporters. Thl after
noon the general talked about his ap
proaching nuptials with much frankness
He said that he did not feel a bit too old
to marry All his children have left him.
Two bive positions In the departments
at "Washington, one is an architect in
Atlanta, one lives in St. Louis, and his only
daughter resides in Iloganwtlle, Ga., where
her husband Is a prosperous merchant.
Bt-sidc his plantation, Gen. Longstreet
owns a hotel, a vineyard, a peach orchard
and a wool farm in GalnesvlUe He also
reciv8 a considerable revenue from the
sale of his books.
President McKlulev has promised to
appoint him railroad commissioner, to
succeed Wade nampton, and in all these
things he feels the need ot assistance.
Miss Dortch is a business woman from
the ground up, and in spite ot her youth
she has been a successful newspaper
proprietor and editor besides exercising
the duties of assistant State librarian.
The marriage will be performed by a
Catholic priest, the general belonging to
that faitli, and Miss Dortch bu-lug a re
FREDERICK FREUND'S REMAINS.
2Tbe Body Will Arrive From Atlantic
City This Afternoon.
The body of the late Frederick Freund,
the caterer, who died suddenly of apo
plexy, after a hot sea bath at Atlantic
City Suadav, will arrive in Washington
this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
llr John L. Heupel, a friend ot the
family, and Mr. Myers, the cashier, who
Ipft the city to arrange for the sending
ot the bedy linme, telegraphed yesterday
afternoon, that owing to the necessity for
an inquest it would be impossible to get
the body honie before the time mentioned.
Arrangements for the funeral have not
been completed, but it is probable that it
will take place from the late residence.
815 Tjntli rtreet northwest, Wednesday
at 3 o'clock.
Mr. Frimd was prominent In Scottish
Rite and Odd Follow clrcleB, and the
funeral will be under the auspices of
these two bodies The Interment will be
TmitD RAIL TEST POSTPONED.
Apparatus Shipped From New Yorlr
to Chicago by Mistake.
The exhibition of the "Safety Third Rail
System" that was to have been given at
Odd Fellows" Hall, onSeventh street, this
and tomorrow afternoons for the benefit ot
railroad andnewspaper menand all others
interested in improved metliods of trans
portation, has been postponed until Friday
and Saturday afternoons of this week. A
number of Invitations were sent out by
Hesrs. Sardo and Loudau, announcing
the exhibition for the former dates, but
late last night It was found that the
apparatus had been sent toChicago through
a mistake ot the New York shipping clerk
instead t to this city as was Intended.
However, the model will be here by Fri
day afternoon in time for the exhibition
between the hours of 2 and 4. o'clock.
The inventor, Capt. J. M. Murphy, of
New York, will explain in detail the work
ings r.f the system.
Sentenced for Assaulting; an Officer.
Henry Dodson got fifteen months, Lucy
Wells sixty days, Nancy Valentine sixty
days, Harrj Harris sixty days and Norman
Parker sixty days for assaulting Officer
Hanley Saturday night. Dodson's sen
tence embodied penalties for a number
of charges. He ran amuck Saturday night
and cut several persons. When Hanley
arrested him he resisted, and the others
came to his assistance. When the melee
waB over the policeman was very badly
done up, and upon his testimony Judge
Kimball imposed sentence on all the pris
oners. John Home Discharged.
John Hume, tho colored man charged
with assault upon Mrs Carrie Chandler,
near Tenleytown, on the night ot Sep
tember 1, was dismissed from custody by
Judge Kimball In the police court yester
day. The evidence against the defendant
was very light, and through his attorneys,
Messrs. Holland and Fisher, who gener
ously proffered their services to tho ac
cused man, a perfect alibi was estab
lished. "My boy came home from school one
day with his band badly lacerated and
bleeding, and suffering great pain," says
Mr. E. J. Schall, with Meyer Bros.' Drug
Co., St. Louis, Mo. "I dressed the wound
and applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm freely.
All pain ceased, and iu a remarkably short
dine it healed, without leaving a scar.
For wounds, sprains, swellings, and rheu
matism,! know of no medicine or prescrip
tion equal to it. I consider it a house
hold necessity." The 23 aud 50-cent sizes
Tor 6ale by Henry Evans, "Wholesale and
Retail Druggist, 938 F street and Con
necticut avenue and S street northwest,
and 1423 Maryland avenue northeast.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund the money If it fails to
cure. 25c se2-tf
Academy "Waifs of Now York."
The appeal unce of merry Ivalie Emmett
at the Academy last night in "The Waits
ot New York," fully Justified all the many
complimentary things said and written
elsewhere about this clever Utile actress,
and wlK), last night, guvu the local theater
goer', tlhiir first opportunity of adding their
fsatup of approval. The wonder is how
in all the several years of stairing she has
not Iwfore appeared iu this city, whore,
unce last night, she is already firmly
established as oue ot a coterie ot choice
favorites. Her charming personality and
her conscientious, hard work, and, above
all, her great versatility, have brought
to her a large following of mo ft loyal ad
mlrers here and elsewhere. Her ability
as a versatile comedienne wafullj demon
strated lastnlght when sheassumed several
characters, male and female, nil true to
naturr and each of which she vested with
a ehurm of personality which dtew her
audience closer to her upon each succeeding
The play is a comedy drama which pre
sents a series of pictures of life in New
York, dealing mostly with the lower strata
ol humanity and giving scenes of its dan
gers and pleasures, mingling pathos and
huinor, which, while interesting, at the
same time lose nothing from thut "touch
ot nature which makes all men Uln."
Prominent among tho realistic scenes
were the fire scene. In which Miss Em
inett rescues a child from a burning build
ing, holding the child iu one arm while
letting herself down a rope with the otherj
the Tombs police court, Paradise Alley
and Five Points.
A pleasing card of specialties is Intro
duced in the concert hall scene. Among
the members ot the cast who deserve
mention were Harry West, as the German,
saloon-keeper; Jennie Engel, as Biddy
MrShane; Francis Cambello, who, as tho
villain, was frequently hissed, so Well did
he enact his part; Fred Roberts and little
Grace Sheridan, as the little wait.
"Faust" opened the second week ot the
season at the Grand Opera Hou-e jester
day with an audience that was fairly good
at the matinee and very much better at
night. "Faust" is an old story to Wash
ington thrater-goers, and there Is nothing
In the present production to distinguish It
from that of last seanon and the season
before, except that the scenery is a year
older, the flocks ot village girls and soldiers
are conspicuous by their absence, and
Enol iluubar, the successor to Lewis Mor
rison's role, is not yet surricjeutly accli
mated, as it were, to the character of
Satan to give to it trie subtle cynicism, andi
at times, terrible realization of his down
fall, trat Goethe's creation demands.
His every gesture and tone show his
faithful study, and it is only his palpable
effort to make a gortd devil that keeps
him from succeeding as a bad one- Miss
Le Bprtelle, as Marguerite, Is young and
pretty and contrary to precedent, she Is
not flit. There Is a childish pathos iu her
oice that suggests everything that is
pure and sweet, and in the long line of
Marguerites who have preceded her no
one can have contributed more than she
to the beauty of the apotheosis that closed
the final act. Uauic Martha-gossipy and
anion us, was well portrayed by Mrs. Nelson
Kneass, whose evident enjoyment of her
ridiculous love scene with Mcphlsto won
her rounds of applause.
The choruses, though not full, were sweet
and true, the Students' Quartet, by Siebel,
Mr. L. J. Hali; Wagner, Mr. Elbert Couch.
Fiosch, Mr. Allyn Cliadwick. with Valen
tine. Mr. Richard Gelger, being unusually
fine." True, the singing of the music of
the mass at an eeniug service and the
Christmas anthems at Eastertide were a
bit astonishing, but nothing could have
sounded better from a musical stand-,
point. There was one additional feature
to the Bracken scene that created an en'
thusiasm necessitating the lifting of the
curtain for the fourth time, and that was
the shower of golden rain. It was lost in
rose, mauve and white vapors that rose
from the pit below.
Kernnn's Ainerienii Bnrle.squer.s.
Bryant and Watson's American Burles
quera mado their initial bow in I bib city
at Kernan'H Lyceum yesterday afternoon
and were given a hearty welcome by a
large audience. The new venture of Harry
Bryant seems to have scored a success.
With a quantity of fresh scenery, il
luminated by brilliant electric lights and
a grat array of becoming costumes worn
by pretty young women the general result
of the presentation was pleasing.
Harry Bryant, an old favorite here, where
he has appeared a number ot seasons with
the City Club Company, Is as effective a
ever as a laugh prooklng genius, especial
ly la his tramp act. He and hja partner,
Watson, were the stellar lights.
The curtain raises on a clever musical
farce entitled, "The Hebrew Charity Ball,"
mide up of amusing situations and lively
songs and dances.
Jn the olio appeared Miss Josie Gregory
in a singing monologue; Harry Bryant and
Mollle Phelps gave an amusing sketch,
"The Bad Mi. Good;" Misses Wilson and
MasonrysangbalIads; Watson, asa Dutch
comedian, and Miss Jeanette Dupre ap
peared In a pleasing effusion; Mitchell .md
Love included some good new tilings in
their act, and O'Rourke and Burnette gave
a novel exhibition of buck dancing with
wooden shoes and earned a recall.
The performance closed with a hilarious
burlesque of a well-known drama and was
entitled "Two Big Fragrauts."
Castle Square Opera Company.
Baltimore, Md., Sept. 0. The opening
at tho Academy of Music here tonight of
the favorite Castle Square Opera Company
was a brillianteveiitf the big theater being
thronged throughout with a distinguished
and representative Baltimore audience.
All ot society who ar in town were in evi
dence, while many well-known racial
leaders came In from their country places
and completely exhausted the capacity
of the house. A double bill was given, em
bracing "Pinafore" and "Rustlcana," both
eliciting the mostderaonstrative enthusiasm,
while the rendition ot "Cavalleria" proved
a revolution and moved the great audience
to shouts of bravo and repeated calls be
fore the curtain.
Crowds ut Glen Echo.
Yesterday's ideal weather brought out
the largest crowd oi the season at Glen
Echo. Over 10,000 people distributed
themselves throughout the Glen during the
afternoon andevcning.anda greatmajority
of them attended the admirable musical
and vaudeville performance in the amphi
theater. Haley's band gave a program
that was n clever admixture of high-class
and popular music, the number that gained
the largest mted of applause being a re
markably grnphic musical portrayal of a
cLarge o f cavalry.
Miss Mary P. Lockwood, one of Wash
ington's favorite soprani, rendered some
songs that won several enthusiastic recall",.
The specialty bill was of unusual length
and excellence, Mile. Atlas' performances
on various musical instruments while
perched on an exceedingly unstable globe
being especially remarkable. The ec
centric tumbling act of the American Trio
was humorous and unusual. Encores were
frequent throughout both afternoon aud
Great preparations are being made for
the annual autumn outing of the Elks
in the amphitheater, on Thursday night.
The program, as already compiled, is the
largest ever attempted at an Elks' enter
tainment in Washington-
A prfctty wedding was solemnized yester
day r.t noon at St. Aloyslus Church, the
contracting pair being MisB Jessie A. Mc
Gowau, the pretty young daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Nicholas McGowan, of No. 2 F
Street northwest, and Mr. Patrick Ambrose,
of New Jersey. Tho ceremony was per
formed by Rev. Father Gillespie, S. J
pastor of the church, assisted by Rev.
Father I'ullerton, S. J., and Rev. Father
Burke, S. J.
The altar was brilliantly illuminated and
adorned with flowers, and the vast edifice
was thronged with friends ot tho bride,
who Js one of tho most popular young
ladles of the parish. The wedding gown
was of cadet blue cloth, with a bodice
of white broadcloth braided with gold.
The brido wore with. 16 a chenille hat
of cadet blue, trimmed with plumes of
white and soft gray, "and she carried a
bouqih't of bride buds? The ushers were
Mr. Jerome A. McGowan, the bride'sbrollier;
Mr. "VVIUlaii L. Boydeu and Mi. Ed Mc
Kenna and Mr. Louis "Whaicn, both ot
Cumberland, Md. Mc. Michael Ambrose
of Jersey City, a nephew ot the groom,
attended him as best man.
The ceremony was followed by a recep
tion at the residence of the bride's parentd,
after which Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose loft for
a honeymoon trip- to iNlngara Falls and
Canada- They wilL reside-In Jersey City
Among the out-of-town guests were tho
Misses Elizabeth and -Maud Herliky, of
Jersey City, who wiir remain In the city
for u.nie time, lslting the Misses Mc
Others present were Gen. Harlow Street,
commandor-in-chief of the Union Veteran
Union o the United States, with Col.
Hamilton, Col. Middluton, Col. Kunm, and
other members of his stafC, together with
the John A- Logan .Command of Union
A clerans, who attended In a body.
Miss Eva Rlnker, of Westminster, Md.,
who has been visiting her cousins, the
Misses lUistcrday, or Washington, has re
turned home, accompaulcd by Miss Vir
ginia Easterday, who will remain at West
minster for the next two weeks.
The home of Miss Fannie Buchanan, at
Opal, Va., was the scene of a prettj
country dance on last Thursday night
Among those present were the Misses
Zlcklc, ot the Fauquier Springs; Mr and
Mr-.. J. P. F. MMer the Misses Strick
land, Miss Nettle Payne, and the Messrs.
Morse, Linton and Cahln, of this city.
The "Washington colony at Asbury Park
was added to yesterday by the arrival ot
Mr. and Mrs. Allison Hunt, Mr. and Mrs.
J B. Jnckton Mr. aud Mrs. L. U Stevens.
Miss Funlce Stevens and Messrs. John
and Elbert Hunt.
Miss Ruth Thompson, or Horndon, Va.,
accompanied by her niece, Miss Ethel
Mahoncy.or "Wienie, Va., are visiting their
aunt, Mrs. Araba Hanrahan, 820 Maryland
Mr. Howard Nicholson Is on a visit to
his 'riend, Mr. Joe Fiske, of Kensington
Mrs. Lnnjilcy and Mrs. llnrissu and
Tamlly, who have pnsspd the bummer atJ
Damascus, Md.. have returned to- their
hemes In this city.
Miss 'Wlttelhhoerer and Miss M. GottheU.
or New York, are on a vl<torueir brother,
Mr. M. Gotthelf.of South "Washington.
Mr. George P. Price, of this city, and
MI&b Martha Lindsay, of B unit Mills, Md.,
-were married on Tuesdav evening. August
31, at Pour Corners M. P.. Church, atSllgo,
by Bpv. W. Melville, or 11 yattsvlllc. in the
pre&ennoof alnrgecnngregntlon Thobridt
ivas gowned in -white eillc,uver which fell
a tulle veil, crowned with bloshoms.
; Mr. and Mrs Pricewllt make this city
their home. " '
Hiss Katie Queen tn onJa ploaoantouting
to Montgomery, wherS she is the guest of
Miss Minnie Hutchinson.'
M. MauTice Tmberti of the Trench le
gation, lias left 'liar Harbor for Lake
George, arte r contributing to "IHr Harbor
Life," a boclal chronicle, cleverly edited by
two Harvard student, a graceful adieu
to Bar Harbor, in verms, which was daintily
translated by a society 'woman here.
M. Paul LpfaivreT first secretary of the
French embassy.stmilngerh at Bur Harbor,
whero he will remain until late in the
The Austrian minister and Baroness Hen
gel -Muller will remain at Bar Harbor until
Mifs Alma .Tones, who has been spending
her summer vacation tvilh her cousin, Miss
Gay Jones, at her home iu Bradburn, Va.,
has returned to the city.
Miss Carrie Blumeutlial, of Washington,
who has been visltingfnendsiii Richmond,
hab now gone to Petersburg, Va.
The following Wushingtonians are at
Harper's Ferry, W. Va.: Mrs Clumbers,
who Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W "W.
Wentzell; Miss Bockmnn, Miss Ella Gard
ner, who is the guest of Miss Emma Dud
ley; Mrs. White, Mrs. Qook, .Miss Addis, and
Mr. J W. Morgan.
(IRAND OPERA HOUSE.
ALL THIS "WEEK.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
A Production Celebrated IhroiiKhout the
Entire EnKlIsh-Speaking "World.
ORIGINAL MONSTER PRODUCTION OF
ALL NEW THIS SEASON.
Tons of Magniricent Scenery. Worlds of
Electrical Surprises. Oceans of
Seats now on sahf .at Box Office.
Next week THE ELECTRICIAN.
Opening of Third Regular Season.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 13.
MR. CHARLES FROHMAN presents
MISS MAUDE ADAMS
In an original production ot'anew comedy,
The Little Minister.
By J. M. BARRIE, founded on his novel,
of the eameiame.
Supporting company of especial excel
lence. Lntire New Scenery, Appoint
ments and original music.
Sale of seats opens Thursday morning.
MUSIC AND DANCING
This Evening: from 6 to 10,
and every-evening hereafter until Octobet
Music by the membere ofthe United States
M&nne Band. Come up to the large oak
grove and get cooL
Sacred concert; by members ot the Marine
Band every Sunday.
Churches invited. "New electric cars
ran rrom Navy Yard. Bridge to Congress
Heights. Basket uicuic iiartles welcome.
GHEAP SirMMER SAX.1-:
Of Suits, Millinery, Furnishings.
.itrsii ia t.a ck,
1-14 7th St: 71C Market; Space.
In tho Great' Ampliitlicatcr E. MIDDLETON", Jr., Manager.
THIS AFTERNOON AT 3--TON1GHT AT 8.
IN GRAND CONCERT.
NEW VAUDEVILLE ATTRACTIONS.
MADEMOISELLE ATLAS on the Aerial Globe.
THE AMERICAN TRIO, Eccentric Acrobats.
MARY P. LOCKWOOD, Mezzo Soprano.
Rauscher's Superb Glen
"W Pi. SaTS? Great Fnlls Eloclrlo Koad,
nliui Georgetown and Teiileytotrn Kod, counecliiic ut 32d and 31 Street
Metropolitan lino at 3tl mill 1 siroetK.
BIN JOHN GLEN ECHO
Which leave 36th Street every Fifteen Miuutes
At 36th Street you connect directly with
8No Walking-. NO Inconvenience. These are the only cars that run to Cabin
A Car for Bic3'cles and other Freight at Frequent Intervals-!
DON'T BE MISLrED. Take the Green Cable or Green Electric Cars at any part
of the City and connect directly with the only throug-h route by which a HALF HOUR is
saved in either direction.
The Washington and Croat Falls Eleotrio Railway il
OPENING SEPTEMBER 13.
Castle Square Opera Company
BEGGAR STUDENT nnd-
CniMES OP SORMANDr.
SeatB on sale Thursday, September 9.
Concert aM International Drill,
Under the direction of Emily Sauter.
for the benefit ot the Pythian Memorial
Temple Fund, FRIDA.5T, SEPT. 10. 1897.
at 8 p. m.
General admission, 25c: Reserved Scats,
25c ctra. Box office open Wednesday,
Sept. 8. eeC-Ct
HOTEL DI HECTOR Y.
is conducted Etrictly upon the European
Ian tor tho summer months, with cafe
charges as moderate as any nrnt-dasa
restaurant in the State. Uooq rooms can
be naa ror l.ou per day and upward.
COPLEY SQTJA.RE 3BCOXEL.
Huntington Avenue aud Exeter Stieet,
New, elegantly appointed, 6trlctly flre
proor. Location nnurnassetl in tho city.
Three to eight minutes from principal shop
piujr centers, theaters, etc. American plan,
$3.50 per day and upward. European plan.
1.50 per dayaud upward. F S.KISTEER
& CO. aul6-3mo-om
W U SBliUEN, frop-r.
W. B. TETJ.F.B. Mgr .,lato ot Ben
$22.50 to $4 per day.
Pennsylvania, avc, bet. bth and 7 th nta.,
Jy7-Smo Washington. D. ft
Broad way aad 29th st-, New Xorlc.
Henry J- Bang, Prop r.
itooms with board $U-50 pur day and up
wards. Rooms without board $1 and upwards-
Most central In tho city; near all elevated,
roads, street car lines, principal places or
aimisument, business centers and the large
Broadway Cable, cars, passing the door,
Jransr er to all parts of the city.
STEAM HEAT. JylO-3mo
Cor. nth street and University place,
Ono block west ot .Broadway. Noted
lor two things
nrst-ciass rooms at $1 per day and
upward; on tho European plan.
U it E. ERENELE.
GKAND OUTING or IVaMUiigton I,odc, No IS. B. P. O. Elks.
Extra Attractions on TnU Occasion
Echo Pinners, Sarvod ,a tho
Admission to Grounds FREE.
Washington and Glou Kcho K.tilroad -rla 7th,
TO GO TO
YOU CAN GO
UNil fiRCAT CfiJK
ELECTRIC RAILWAY CARS
(P Street Line) of the METROPOLITAN
HALLWAY, witli FJREE TRANSFERS to
and from Its NINTH STREET aud CONNEC
TICUT AVENUE Lines and the "lY YOKE
AVENUE Line (Columbia Railway).
(Avenue Line) of the CAPITAL TRACTION
COMPANY, with FREE TRANSFERS to aud
from its SEVENTH STREET and FOUR
TEENTH STREET Lines.
ACADEHY 25, 50 & ZSc
Wednesday &. Saturday Mats. 25 and 50c.
WAIFS OF NEW YORK.
TEARS, LAUGHTER AND SURPRISE.
The dark and bright bides of life in. the
Next Week A. S. Lipman in Morrison's
production. "THE INDIAN."
KERX.MTS LY BUM THRAHR.
ALL, THIS WEEK.
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Replete With Novelties.
IiH-YANT. & AA'l&O.N'o
SUPREME, SPICY, SENSATrONAL.
2C BEAUTIFUL WELLES 2J
Next Week Tha Erench Polly Com
2:30 and 8 o. m.
The Comedy Exponents,
First Appearance in Washington.
TUe Appleton Brothers,
The Funny Bootblacks in Two Starts
plenty of Fits and a Sudden Stop.
First Appearance in America,
The Aerial Wonder aud Great Man Monkey,
engaged especially for this occasion.
Bro. Byron G. Hiirlnn mid Master
Washington's Favorites, in new Sonss.illua-
trated by Stereopticon. assisted by
Mr. Thomas Walsh, Jr.
The Ceeiliun Lndle.O Quartet.
Under the Direction of Miss Wilson,
Miss. Isabel Shelton,
Late of Gilmore's Auditorium. Philadelphia,
in a la Anna Held and Chevalier.
Prof. Leo. "Wheat,
The Great Southern Favorite,
GRAND ORGAN RECITAL.
Te Olden Timer,
Mr. Frnnb Boswortb,
Shakespeare's Seven Ages of Man.
Misses Clara Stevens, Derate Otterback
and Maggie Dlvver,
Courtesy o Misa Clara J. Stevens.
HALKY'S SUPERB INAUGURAL
Mr. Thomas L. Jones
In Popular Ballads.
In the Aerial Globe Act.
LntnbQrt, Nilnn mid Thrasher,
Miss Mary P. Lockwood,
Song Bird of the South.
Admission, including Reserved Seats, 25c.
Cas,no trom s to 75 Cents
141U and XT Streoti to Chevy Cltao ClroTej
with Capital Traction, cars aud with, the
oftener when traffic demands.
The only salt water Bathlnst Beaca Within
Easy Access to
W.th puro hraclns soa air ail good surf.
iS on the
The only excursion steamer running direct.
Iy to this resort without atop. From Clyds
Wharf, foot of 6th at. sw.
Last Family Day
WEDHESDAY, Sept. 8.
Take steamer Samuel J. Fentz at 10
a. in.. 2 and 6:45 p. m.
Tickets on 10 a. iu. and 2 p. m. trips.
10 cents to all; on 6:45 p. in. trip. 25 cents.
It BRING OUT THE CHILDREN.
Daily (except Sunday) at 10 a. m. and 2:30
p. in. Keturnlng. reach theclty at2 and O
p. m. rA KB, ROUND TRIP, 50c Adnds
fclon to grounds. 25c. ELEGANT CAFB
OK TUB STBA.MEK. Tickets, with Moras
crnon admission coupon, for sale at wharf
and at hotels.
Macalester daily at
10 a. m., 2:30 and
6.30 p. m.
For GL YMONT and all intermediate
landings daily at 10 a. m.
Macalester at 630 p. ir.. Thursday,
Friday and Saturday. sc6-tf
No one need suffer.
DR. SHRAUBIt ISpe
ciallsc), hU-1 Math
st. nw. Piles of
whatever rorm, no
matter ot how long
cured, without cut
ting, tying or detention trom business.
CuusultdUou free. soQ-dexS'tiU&eU
DAILY, olT' Sa,Urd3y
' 250. lg
At 9 A. n. Konnd At 6:30 p.m.
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