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THE jrOKNlNG TEVnSS, S AT rjKDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. J89T.
DAISH DEFENDS HIMSELF
Denies He Took Liberties With His
HlhH Shervrood'.s Churges Agalust
tbe Grain Merchant Heard in
Judge Kimball's Court.
The trial of S. S. Daish, the veil-known
firain merchant, for indecent assault upon
Ul:s Etclle Sherwood, a joung girl whom
Ik had employed as cashier at the grain
elevator, at Second street and Florida
avenue, was commenced in Judge Kha
hair evert jesleiday arternoon.
In view of the prominence of Mr. Dnish
aadtlie expectation that some seuoational
features would lie developed, a goid-sized
audience gathered In the courtroom. This
was gratified to a certain extent, as the
details of the alleged assault were re
lated most fully by Mius Sherwood. "who
was the first witness.
Tlie j oimg girl, wliu stated that .she was
fcevefHeon 3ears old, has a mot attractive
face and a comely Jigure. She wore a
fcUaw tailor liat, sbia waist ami dark
tlcirt. Her hair w.tfc worn low oer the
ear, Attn t he rtylc of Cleo Merode. the
rriaan aotreaS. win, is the idol of New
Miss Slterwood told the story of the
ah.?Ht liber tit, taken by Mr.l)aih, which
owmmencfcd itie second day after slu- was
em4hy'd hy liim. Bhe Mated that she
w the advertisement of the defendant
iK The Times and tliat bhe was engaged
1J- him fU Monday of tlie -week during
orWeh the aliased assault wah comndtH-d.
Sfce fcaid she was attempting to um; the
ititoplKHie when the defendant came up
behind Jter and put her hair back from
" forehevl In a caressing manner.
On Um? orj following lie lian asked her
into to private ofriee, closing the door be
Wad him. He then came over to her and
ptM, Ms arm around her waibt, calling her
"dear" tad "darling." She told him fchc
didn't like hfm U take such liberties with
her. and that she attempted to leave the
office. He mid: 0b, you must set used
io it. for jou know you are going to lie my
glrl." She mid bhe then went back into
the front office.
The next day he called her into the office
again, and after hhutting the door, asked
lier to sit on his lap. She refused and
then lie put hit arnib around her and took
ltherticb with lier person, whicli hire hesi
tatingly relatfd to the court.
On Friday the defendant again had her
in his office and this time he told her
Uat Ills family was going to be away on
the following Sunday, and that she must
come up to Ms house and keep him com
paay. On Saturday she asked to Ih
let rr as ehe did not feel well. The
continual worry which resulted from the
defendant's persecutions, bhe said, had
made her ill. She went home with her
eistcr, bt she did not tell anyone about
bar trouble "vsith her employer.
Tiie witness was crobs examined by At
torney S T Thomas, the defendant's law
yer, and it aoon became evident that the
d"ftaibe would be that the girl was insstl
gated to bring the charge againbt Daibli by
lier parents, and that the case was one of
Mis Sherwood admitted telling Louis T.
Nathan, the cashier of the firm, that bhe
wjte directed to bring complaint against
the defendant by her father, but that
did not like to do it because it would
make the affair public, and bhe would
have to pr. into court.
The cross-examination failed to alter the
pri" story "la the slightest rebpect. She
admitted that she had had a conversa
tion witii Miss Julia Leonard, who had
come to see her after the publication of
tbe affair, and that this young lady told
lug- the did not think any girl ought to
work under Mr. Daih, as she did nos
consider it safe. She had never been ilks
Leon at d previous to this time.
Mrs. Slierwood, the mother of the com
plainant, testified that her daughter
came home from Work on the day sue
left Mr. Datsti's employ in a very ner
vous condition, but that she did not say
wir was the matter. But as she, Sirs.
Saorwood, suspected bomething from her
daughter's manner she Went to see Mr
nafrit and as.Vcd him what it was. He
said he did not know, but would come
Ui her house that evening. He did not
In answer to Mr. Thomas' question If
the did not inquire of the defendant
"what lie intended to do about it," Mrs.
Sberwflod replied positively that she
had -asfcad no such question. She said
Mi health prevented her Jiubbaiid from
Mr. Sherwood, the girl's father, was the
iieJCt witness, and he created a diversion
by referring to Daish as "lhat rascal,"
when tiling Mr. Mallowny why he did
not call on the defendant instead of his
T eoeld not trust myself witn the
TafWil," were his woids. Beyond this
Ms testimony was immaterial, as he only
ke"w what his wife had told him.
Mr. Daish then took the stand in his
own defense and he made a sweeping
denial of tlie charges-
1 did brash the girl's hair back when
she was using the 'phone,"hesaid,"butit
was because she could not hear with tt
hashing down in any such manner."
He also admitted that he had taken her
home la ins buggy twice during the week
He aiso said he did say to her before
other people, "Well, I am going to kis
ye good-bye." Imt that he did not do so.
He dalmed that he often said that to
Miss Julia Leonard, a liandsome hlondc
ywng woman, attracted considerable at
1'sntiiHi as a witness Her two brother,,
wort for Baish, and she stated that it was
oa'y naUiral curiosity which made her
call to soe tbe complainant, Miss Sherwood
Now, Miss Leonard didn't your brother
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are made of pure Hops and
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are famous for their bril-
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The former is light, the
latter is dark.
gS-Cn&o or 24 bottle delivered In
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get you to see Miss Sherwood and try to
get fnun her the admission which you bay
she made that bhe was not afraid of Mr.
Daish assaulting her?"
'No, ludeed, he didn't," she answered,
'I went of my own free will."
Oiher witnesses were called to testify to
the gd cturacter of the defendant. As
the horn was growing late the lawyers on
both M.le.3 agreed not to hubmit the case to
the jury, and it was therefore continued
to next Monday.
CHANTED KUKTHER TIME.
Senior Haskell Slow in Entering on
the Duties of His Offlco.
W-C Haskell, of Ohio.who was appointed
to the office of sealer of weight- and
measures for the District, has asked for
and received from the Commissioaeis a
further extension of time before qualify
ing. .Mr. Haskell was tendered the office bev
oral months ago. and was to have taken
charge August 1. When the time eame
for him to qualify, however, he asked foi
a month before doing to.
This was done and yebtcrday this time
was again extended.
Mr. naskell represented to the Com
nnsrioners that his private affairs were
in such a state as to require Considerable
time to straighten them out. rorinstance,
he said, part or his estate is In Mexico
and his personal presence is necesbury
there berore he can come to 'Washington
Mr. Haskell said that he would be In
Washington not later than November 1,
and when he came It would be to assume
charge or the office to which he harf been
GAVE HIS CHECKS FREELY.
GeorRO Pelhnni, From the Far "West.
Sent to St. Elizabeth's.
George Pelham, forty jvarsold.was taken
into custody Thursday night by Policemen
Ncwkirk and Paine and locked up at the
New Jersey avenue btntion, charged with
Insanity. Theofficerb found Pelham wan
dering a'ong that part of the Avenue
known as "Thf Bowery" and acting in a
The man entered several saloons and
hotels and tried to persuade the proprietor.-
to cash a cheek. As the checks were
drawn Tor such trifling amounts, $'-00,000
and $300,000, Mr. Pelham failed to secure
any casn Wl.eu questioned at the police
station Pelham said he did not know just
how old he was, but that he was sure
his age was either nineteen, twenty-nine
or ninety uiue. He stated that he came
here from the V.'psc, but did not know
where he had been born
The man was examined yesterday by
Polite Burgeon Nevitt, who pronounced
Him insane, and he will be committed to
St. Elizabeth's Asylum
STABBED IN THE ARM.
Qnnrrel Between Tenants Leads to
n Cutting Affray.
During a quarrel over their variousrights
as tenants of the same building, "James
Loveless, a young man employed as clerk
at the office of the Washington Gas Con
sumers' Association, was stabbed in the
arm "esterday morning by Ihadore Gold
smith, a blgn painter. The trouble took
place in front of the association s office,
on Tenth j-tteet, between D and E streets,
and Goldsmith wab arrested by Detective
Kilmartln and locked up In No. 1 station
Loveless was taken to the Emergency
Hospital, where his injuries were dressed.
He was not seriously hurt.
Later Goldsmith was released on $25 col
lateral for his appearance In police courL
this morning on the charge of assault.
Suit to Set Abide an Assignment.
The Western Wheeled Scrape Company5
of Illinois, has entered suit in equity ask
ing that the assignment of the W. A. Pate
Hardware Company, of this city, to George
G. Eaton, be set aside, and a receiver be
appointed to take charge of the assets
and administer them under the direction
of the courts. The plaintiff alleges that
although the assignment took place in
Julys no distribution of the assets among
tne creditors has yet been made and
further charges that the assignee has
wrongfully paid over some of the readv
money of the insolvent company to two
of Its officers to Indemnify them for notes
which they had indorsed for the com
pany. Marshall Hnll Hoats Again Libeled.
Still another libel was filed against
the steamboats Maealestcr and River
Queen, tm property of the unfortunate
Mount Tcrnon and Marshall Hall Steam
boat Company, yesterday.
The llbellaut this time Is the Washing
ton Brewery Company It bues for $406
for beer furnibhed the boats.
Refused to Verify His Account.
A. G. Heamcn wan yesterday ordered by
Judge Cole, sitting In orphan's court, to
appear before him to show cause why he
bhould not lw committed for contempt for
refusing to verify his account as guardian.
Tlie hearing was set for September 24.
Mrs. G amnioll Improving.
MrB. Catherine Gummell, the woman
vhos life was attempted by her husband
In South Washington Wednesday morning,
is steadily improving at the Emergency
Hospital, and notwithstanding her serious
Injuries she is now expected to recover.
Dropsy and Heart Disease.
A great cure and a great testimony. "For
ten years I suffered greatly from Heart
Disease, Flutterlngof the Heart and Smoth
ering Spells, made my lire a torment.
I was confined to my bed. Dropsy set
in. My physician told me to prepare for
the worst. I tried Dr. Agnew's Cure for
the heart. One dose gave great relief,
one bottle cured the Dropsy and my
hcart."-Mrs. James Adams, Syracuse,
N. Y. Sold by F. S. Williams, Ninth and
F streets; Edmonds & Williams, Third
street and Pennsylvania avenue.
"Where Dzd Yon Get Tuut Hat?"
If you want as good a one, buy your win
ter's fuel at summer prices, of S. S. Daish
& Son, 703 12th 'st. nw.; 208 Florida ave.
ne. Telephones, 328 and 338. seC-tf-em
Extravagantly equipped. The peerless
$2 to Philadelphia and return next Sun
C.... MM Co) Co) M M
THE GIESBOHO POINT BRIDGE.
Mr. Adilnnus Mnhes Some Sugges
tions to the CommlHsIonerK.
Mr. J. H. Adrinans has addressed a let
ter to the Commlb-siuners containing omo
suggeb'.lous iegardiug the proposed bridge
from the foot of South Capitol ttreet to
Giebboro Pr.int. It reads in part:
"A tract of approximately 37fi ncrcrf,
known up Harry Farm or Hillsdale, dense
ly populated and having an assssNCd valua
tion of about $311,140.08, giving an
average assi-sted valuation of $S-18.23
per aera. and an average taxation of
$12.42 per acre, would be made accessible
to the cK. by this bridge so located, while
the bite selected by Iht Army engineer cuts
this tract orf from access to rald bridge,
betides "preventing access thereto of the
tratric of the Insane Asylum.
'WliHc it is undoubtedly true that farm
ert around Glcsburo desire and should havo
an access to. the city, which will uvoid
the uwof the asylum hill, it docs uot follow
that this desirable end is only attainable
by the selection of a bite starting rrom Fimt
street southwest. A river load, parallel
to the trarks of the Shepherd Branch of
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, start
ing from or near Poplar Point, would an
swer every purpose for them, while It
would afford the HIJlulale people access
to the bridge. The greatest good to the
greatest number should be the guiding
maxim with tne powers authorized to
select a bite for this bridge."
3IISS MASON VERY LOW.
Young Woman Victim of a Bicycle
Accident May Die.
Maud Mason, the young lady who was
Injured in a bicycle accident Wednesday
ecnhig, is still in a preearious condition
at thu home of her uncle, J. William
Cock bill, No. 801 Twelfth stieet north
west, though her friends thought lust
night that bhe was slightly improved.
She is not yet out of danger, however.
She was delirious the greater part of jes
terday and at times several persons were
required to hold her in bed.
Dr. Ivolipmskl expects to be able to
bi't the broken collar bone today, but fears
that even bhould she recover that the
fractuie will cause her to be slightly
deformed. When conscious she complains
of groat pain in her head, but has no recol
lection of the accident.
BURNED BY GASOLINE.
Mr. Besson Palnfnlll' Injured by
ttii Explosion of the FJnid.
N. E. Behbon, proprietor of a -Meaning
and dying establishment, at No. 1320 Foiu
teenth street northwest, was painfully
burned yesterday morning by'an'trxiihosfon.
of gasoline in the-cleaning room, in which
he was at work.
Mr. Besson was alone with his little
daughter In the cleaning room, which la
separated from the main building about
twenty feet. The cause of the explosion
Is not known, but after rescuing his child
Mr. Bosbon attempted to smother the
flameb, and his clothing took fire, and he
was severely burned. The fire depart
ment v as called and extinguished the blaze
after it had damaged the building and am
tents to the extent of $250.
Dr. J. W. Little dressed Mr. Besson's
wounds, which are painful but not serious.
MRS. ESCHEn'S CROSS BILL,,
She Mulces Charges of Infidelity
Against Her Husband.
Lizzie Escher yesterday filed a cross
bill to the divorce suit instituted against
her by her husband, William JBoCher.
Mr. Escher enters a general denial of
the cliarges brought against her, and states
that her husband's object in suing for
u divorce is to enable him to marryaeer
tain widow. She also makes general cliarges
of infidelity againbt the defendant.
Upon (his ground she asks Tor a divorce
with tho custody of her minor child.
Permit to President Handle.
A permit has been granted by the Com
missioners to President Handle, of the
Capital Railway Company, to replace
tne present circuit boxes for the Brown
system, with which he wants to equip
his road, with others of a new and im
proved pattern. The others have at times
failed to work properly, notably upon the
occasion when the Commissioners were
to Inspect the sjstem, The new boxes,
It Is claimed, will remedy all defects.
Wants Assignee Sillers Removed.
In the cas3 of Thomas Sweeney against
Albert Sillers asking that the latter be dis
placed as assignee of the plaintirf s stock
of goods, because of his refusal to draw a
dower share from the assets for Sweeney s
wife, Judge Cole yesterday ordered the
money turned over to the custody of the
court He refuced, for the time being, to
appoint a receiver, as asked in the petition.
"My boy came home from school ono
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 thu wound
and applied Chamberlain'sPaiu Balm freely.
All pain ceased, and lu a remarkably short
time it honied, without leaving a scar.
For wounds, sprains, swellings, and rheu
matism, I know of no medicine or prescrip
tion equal to it. I consider ic a house
hold necessity." The 25 and oO-ecnt sizea
Tor sale by Henry Evans, Wholesale and
Retail Druggist, 938 F street and Con
necticut avenue and S street northwest,
and 142 S Maryland avenue northeast.
As an inducement to all loverS"of good
tea and coffee to try our goods weshall give
Saturday a handsome and useful souve
nir free to all purchasers of half-pound tea
or baking powder, oronc lb.coffee. urand
Union Tea Co., 621 Seventh st. nw.
The Best. The Most Comfortable.
The Pennsylvania Railroad to Atlantic
City. Through trains next Saturday and
Sunday. $2 for the round trip. sel6-3t
Go Cnmfortubl3-. Go Safely.
Go swiftly. Take the perfect Pennsyl
vania Railroad. $1.00 to Baltimore and
return next Sunday. sc-lG-3t
To Philadelphia and Return for $2.
Excellent equipment. Pennsylvania Rail
road next Sunday. selG-3t
Low Rnte. Perfect Service.
$1.00 to Baltimore and return, via Penn
sylvania Railroad, next Sunday. se!G-3t
I 3eo"Satnple" Suits
? There won't be that many tonight. They are being T
5 snapped up very fast. Every suit was made for samples by J
t' one of the best New York houses. Samples are cut and T
made with more particular care than the regular stock goods;
consequently Ihey look better and wear better. We bought T
W them at a bargain, and can sell them for half their proper J
Y worth. ?
Men's $10, $12 and $15 Fall
"Sample" Suits go at
Men's Separate Trousers "samples" goat 50c, 75c,
j$ SI. OO, $1.50 and $2.00. All in latest fall cut and ma-
Included are a lot of Fine Fall Topcoats.
f Children's School Suits, 90c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00
ish Fall Suits.
Men's fine plain
and fancy worsted
Children's stylish double
breasted Suits worth $2
415-417 SEYEIsTTH ST.
The resignation of Miss Ida Brown as
copyist In the office of recorder of deeus
hap been accepted.
Patrick Egan, ex-ilinlster to Chile, -was
at the Postoffice Department yestcrday
to sec Piret AhEistant Postmaster General
Anna Brown, tbe bixtcen-year-old girl
who escaped from thecustodyotthe Board
ot Children's Guardians on Thursday, haH
not yet been found.
Pirst Assistant Postmaster General Perry
S. H"ith Is in Indiana. He -will return in
about teii days. Chief Clerk Fowler is act
ing as First Assistant.
The rooms in the District building are
to he numbered In blocks of 10; those in Uie
Laeemeut ftom 1 to 9; those on the first
floor from 10 to .19, -and so on through
the six floors.
Tbe hearing of the Eckington Citizens
Association berore the Commissioners, upon
the grade crossing question, has been posU
poned until tho proposed new regulation
has been drawn up.
Miss G. R. Simpson, a teacher in the Bir
ney public school, and ivho spent the sum
mer in Europe, has been appointed an as
sistant teacher to Miss Lucy Morton, of
the Normal colored school.
The jury of appraisers who are to assess
benefits resulting from the highway ex
tension in Ingle&Ide and Dennison and
Lolgnton's subdivision of the first section
have been called to meet today.
Terence V. Povrderly, commissioner of
immigration, "wasat the Postoffice Derart
men't ycsteidaj and had a long interview
-with Mr- Bristow, chief clerk to the Fourtli
Assistant Postmaster General.
The four police surgeons called upon
Major Moore In a hody yesterday and
asked that he recommend in his annual re
port that their salaries be raised, as at
present they receive only $45 a month.
George W. Coldenstroth yesterday entered
suit against the Lincoln National Bank for
SG.000 damages because of the alleged
failurcot the defendantto honor his checks,
although, it Is claimed, he had ample funds
on deposit in the institution.
Marriage licenses were yesterday Issued
to the following: White Joseph Hasian
to Ida May Botelcr, of Washington, D. C.
Colored Charles Lewis Gordon to Bessie
V. Taplett; James Turner to Alice Boeder;
Nathaniel Carter to Whitney Watts.
B. & O. BULLETIN.
Atlantic City and return, $2, Saturday,
18th, 3 p. m.; Sunday, 19th, 6:30 a. m.
Tickets good to return on all regular trains
Philadelphia and return, $2, Sunday, the
19th, 6:30, 7:05 and 9 a. m. trains going;
returning, all regular trains same day.
Baltimore and return, Si, Sunday, the
19th. Tickets good going and returningon
alt regular trains that date.
Niagara Falls and return, $10.00.
October 5th. Special train, with coaches
and Pullman cars from Washington, 8:10a.
m. Stop over, returning, at Mauch Chunk,
Glen Onoko, Watklus Glen, Geneva, Roches
ter, and Buffalo.
ColumbiiB, Ohio, and return, $12.75, Sep
tember 19th to 21st, good until 27th.
BarnesvlUc, Ohio, and return, $14.14,
September 21 to 24, good until October ii.
Massachusetts Mutual Benefit
Do you wish to sell your policies to ad
vantage? If so, give number and amount
of policy and age at the present time.
Address Z. Y. X, this office. se5-tf-8
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund the money if it falls to
1 cure. 2 Do- se2-lf
Men's $7.50 to $10 Fall
"Sample" Suits go at
It pays In every position in life
to make a good npnen.rn.nce. YV'o
can help you to do It. Our clothing
store- in piled high with the new
cut and hnndsomefjt o Pall Suit
ings, and we don't aslc yon to pay
cash. "We'll charge your purchases
und you can pny -when yoa get
ready. No need to wu.it till yon
have money enough to refit. AVe'il
Hats; all the
I newest shapes
didly made all
To inaugurate the opening: of
the fall season we have placed
prices on certain patterns of our
new goods that will make it -an
object to you to purchase now.
You know we do not advertise
an article unless it is a veritable
COME AND SEE.
$30 Chamber Suites... $17.50
S18 Chamber Suites... $12 50
$40 Parlor Suites -$25. 00
$20 Parlor Suites $14.00
$25 Sideboards $17.00
$12 Sideboards $7.00
$8 Dining Tables $5.50
$1-25 Dining Chairs... 75c
$5 Iron Beds $2.75
75c Parlor Tables 39o
$8 Hair Mattresses.. $5.00
$2 Taborets 74c
Cash or Credit.
HOUSE & HERRMANN,
Tth and I Sts. N. W.
$ Sx& S$ &Sx& Sxx s3 $$$ s3
! HIGH-CLASS I
I APARTMENT HOUSE. I
The Highland Terrace Apartment
House, Cor. 14th anl
With the finest outlook In the
city, in perlect order, -with all
modern conveniences, Is now
ready for the inspection of in
Apply on the premises to the
No one need suffer.
JJK. HUltAUblt (Spe
cialist), BO Ninth
st. nw. piles of
whatever form, no
matter of how long
Cured. Wlthnnt rtifi.
ling, tying or detention rrom buelnesa
Consultation free. se(-dcxS-Ullse20
JOHNSTONS, 729 7!ii St.
YOU HAVE MAXT ADVAN
TAGES IN DEALING WITH US
TiUv IUlCfca ju.H MUCH LOW
ER, THE GOODS FRESHER, THE
VARIETY IS GREATER. MAKE
YOUR 1'URCHAWKo WHERE XUU
CAN FIND ANYTHING AND EV
ERYTHING IN THE GROCERY
A rnrlnnil r,f nrnnnlfit-rwl Ci.i
containing 248 barrels, to he t,ld
iio u. ougur juurgam a& o cts. per
imuuu-iu jiuuuus lor fi.uu.
1,300 pounds of Arbuckle's and
Leveriue's Coffee at 11 l-2c in
lots of 10 pounds. Smaller lots at
Ai: i-.s cts.
48 dozen large Carpet Brooms,
well made, with three double strings
and green straw.
40 Boxes of Cakes as a special In
the cake department at & cts. per
Yellow Granulated Corn Meal in
10-pound lots at 2 1-2 its. pound.
Large bright and fresh Gum-drop
Cauuy at o cts. pound.
800 cakes of Laundry Soap (good
washer) at 1 1-2 itb. cake.
2,800 cakes ot S'ar and Borax
Soap at 2 1-2 cts. per cake
3 barrels ot Stick Candy, all
flavors, at & cts. pound.
At 6 cts.
New Boneless Codfish wrapped
in oiled tissue paper, 6 cts pound
lu lots ot a pounus.
At 12 cts.
Now Bright Mackerel at 12 cts.
At I2 cts.
Baltimore Sutrar-curcd Smoked
Hams at 12 1-2 cts. pound.
At 8 cts.
The large Blue-wrapper Macaroni
at 8 cts. pekg.
Best Cornstarch at 5 cts. per
At 2JA CtS.
Large 3-pound bags Best Table
Salt at 2 1-2 cts. etch.
12-incb Scrub Brushes at 7 cts.
Large packages Best Oats at 7
Large 15-cent Cans Condensed
Cream at 10 cts. can.
Best pure Leaf Lard at S cts per
Lots of one dozen Large Fat
Tickled Herring at 10 cts. dozen.
800 Clothes Lines to go as a
leader at 3 cts. each.
JOHNSTONS, 729 7th St.
N nJ X latvBO U. lAva
That alone ought to be the rea
son why you should use a Gas
Range in cooking. We have a fine
line to select from. A good Gas
Rauge as low as, $8. Drop in and
we will show them to you.
g Gas Appliance Exchange, &
1424 New York Ave. V
se K-if y
(Successors to E. G. Wheeler)
Dealcisln Hardware, II'.rness.Biccks,
Rope. -MctalR, c:c Highest nn es
P'dil for Iron, Copper, Hope, Metals.
P.uier Stock, etc. 1 o-. Tth and B fats.
N. W., 01 p. Center Market
Tel., 70.. set eod tf-cm
I Electric Power I
1 For Printing Plants. P
A For Machine Shops. A
For Factories. 9
u For Elevators. ft
3 Is Cheaper, safer, cleaner and su- 9
Q pcrior in every way to steam power. Ik
Nobody ever goes back to steam 9
g power after trying Electricity. See &
?j us about supplying the current. w
I U. S. El8CGrio Lighting Od., i
I 213 14th St. N.W. 'Phone, 77.
I 3 1 I 127 W 43d St., Y.
Near the Beach.
Bates per day, $1450. Best of accommo
The Busy Corner.
8th and Market Space.
SLIM Rebuilding Sale
Better to give than to take Give lots ot
good value and take as little for it aa
iwsslble aud jou will have the good wUl
f every honest-thinking person.
We have legion or Wends who wish
us nothing but success.
Our enemies, if we have any, hold a still
tongue, whtca shows u. wLs. hpmi Ti,r
isn't a spare moment In the day that
uucsu c occupy our minus or how to servo
We adertise nothing unless it's worth
the space in these columns -that givea
iiwiij cue secret wny me
Is never without trade.
Our big drawing card for today:
Do you wish to buy new fall Underwear
at less than Jobbers' prices? Then attend
this sale today.
"We bought out a mill-not the plant,
but their entire production of over 2,000
dozen pieces. This was a deal that re
quired nerve and cash. We had both.
Camel's Hair Shirts aud Drawerb, mado
by the Pennsylvania .Knitting Co. "We
bought all they had. They jobbed them
at $5.00 a doz , ail sizes. We sell a
single garment for 3So
Camel's Hair and" Natural Wool Shiiu. and
Drawers from the same mill. We bought all
they had. Ail sizes in sliirtu, but only
30x32 drawers. They jobbed at $6.00
a dO. We sell a single garment
Fine Natural Wool and Camel's Hair
Shirta and Drawers from the same mill.
We got them all. These are really Fine
Goodn, but only came in 4u and 42 size
Shirts and 3G and 38 Drawers. If you
wear either of these sizes you get under
wear which sold at $12 .00 a dozen
for 790 a garment.
Kiiijriug- of Bells 3Ionday
will be a nappy reminder of school days-
e have beea reminding parents of thia
event for the past two weeks.
Our school supplies have been selling
well. We have done it with our prices
and assortment. Today will be an
excellent day to buy all the little school
Fancy Top Companions, complete
with lock and key so
Cherry Wood Companions, complete
with all necessaries, lock and key....xoo
Fancy Imported Companions, complete,
including Ink well and extra fit
A whole box of White Crayons, 144
Six colored Crayon FentalB, with
Penknife Lead Pencils 30
Perfection Steel School Pens, twelve
dozen In a box 25Q
15 Fine Drawing Crayons, all colors
in a box so
Wood-covered Slate Pencils, per
Colored Lead Pencils, per doz XOo
100 Pointed Slate Pencils so
Heavy-back Composition Books 30
Ink Tablets, extra fiue paper 50
250-page Pencil Tablet so
Bra-s hdge Rulers 30
Embroidered School Bags, with
drawing Strings XOO
Navy Blue Duck School Bags, with
outside lunch pocketi 190
Waterproof Rubber School Bags... .330
Large, hard-wood Frame Slates 50
NoiMJless felt-bound Slates So
Leatherette Lunch Boxe. different
Ink Wells, with bras3 and white
metal stands XOO
Falcon Pen?, per dozen So
Large size Slate Sponges xc
Extra heavy blue Duck School Bags,
with nickel nngs;neatlyerabrildered.. 39a
Hundreds or other little wants not men
tioned here, you'll find In stoek.
Open until 0 o'clock tonight-
Should be read daily, as changes may
occur at any time.
FOREIGN MAILS for the week ending
September 18 close promptly at this office
PRINTEDMATTER.etc. German steam
ers sailing from New York on Tues daystake
printed matter, etc., for Germany, and
speciallv addressed printed matter, eta,
for other parts of Europe.
The American and White Star steamers
Sailing from New York on Wednesdays,
the German steamers on Thursdays, and
the Cunard, French, and German steamers
on Saturdays take printed matter, eta,
for all couutrles for which they are
advertised to carry mad.
jautl lor M-nth ami Central Ainer
Icn, TV;t Indies. &c.
SATURDAY -td) At 12:05 p. mn for
St rierre-Mlqueion, per steamer from North
Svdney. Mails for Newfoundland, by rail
to Halifax and thence via steamer, close
here daily, except Sunday, at 12:05 p.m.,
and on Sunday only at 11:35 a. m. (d).
Mads Tor Miquelon, by rail to Boston and
thence via steamer, close here dally ac
3 20 p. m. (a).
Mails Tor Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa,
Fla-, and thence via steamers sailing
Mondavs and Thursdavs to aavaua, close
here daily at 3 p. m.(e)
Mails for Moico, overland (except those
for Campeche, Chiapas, Tabasco and Yu
catan, which, after the Wednesday over
land closing, will be forwarded via New
York, up to and including the 10:55 p.m.
closing Friday), close here daily at 7:10
a. m.(d) ,,. ,, .,
Mails for China and Japau. per s. 8.
Tacoma. from Tacoma, close here daily
up to 6 30 p m., the 19th instaut.(d)
Mails for the Society Islands, per snip
Tropic Bird, from San Franasco, close here
daily up to 6 30 p m-, the 21th instant.(d)
Mails for Hawaii, pts. s. Australia, from
San Francisco, close here dally up to 6:30
p. in., the 20th Instant (d)
Malls for China and Japan, specially
addressed only, per r. s. Empress or India,
from Vancouver, close here dally up to
6:30 p. in., October 4 (d)
Mails for Australia (except those for
West Australia, which are forwarded via
Europe), New Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji and
Samoan Islands, per s. s. Moana, from
San Francisco, close here daily up to
6:30 p. in., October 8 (d)
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS are forwarded
to the ports of sailing dally, and the sched
ule of dosing Is arranged on the presump
tion of their uninterrupted overland tran
sit. a) Registered mails close at 10 a. m.
(bi Registered malls close at 1 p. m.
Ic Registered malls close at 6 p. ra.
(d Registered malls close at 6 p. m.
(ei ICegitered mp.lls close at 1 p. m.
Tuesdays and Saturdays
JAMES P. WTLLETT,
WASHINGTON L4W AND CLAIMS COMPANY
Rooms 5 & 7, 472 La.ave.nw
This company will purchase Real Estate,
the title to which Is defective or in dis
pute, or will clear up said titles for the
owners. Will pay back taxes at a discount.
Will furnish bond in criminal and civil
cases. Will act as receiver, assignee,
guardian, or trustee. Will prosecute claims
of ad kinds aud will BUY. AXD SELL such
as are ussiki""'";.
Street and Steam Railroad Accident
Cases a Specialty. No charge for Consul
tation. Fiunncial Assistance Furnished to
Litigants on Reasonable Terms.
Telephone No. 1118. JOUNG SLATER.
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DrojgiJt for OtclUtttT EngluA D!a-JfS
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no other. Refute danjrmtsmhtttu V
hens and (mdztisiu AtDrajjutt.oriral Afc
Id stamp for p&rticalai, totimonlll mal
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'Chtehr.trr Chcmleid Co..Mn.!lKi Samjra.
fcld by all Local Dmlit. 1HU.DA., PA.
16 can ne iTrn nituuiii uitr j.iifi, tv. .
Uie patient In coff-o. ta or articles of food; will
tfrct a jh rui.uirtit and peodr cure, whethar thl
patient is a. jnoIerate drinker or an alcoholic wrack.
Hook of partlcnlarE free, to fce had of
F. S. William Js Co.. t V Su. 5. TT W.MrUTn.&
GOLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. Proo's. Cincinnati, 0.
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