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LOCAL MENTION.
The Weother.
Veoastr TELL a F. I. W33SNIaI3
For the District of Coumham. Narylhad and
Tkginm. generally fair, sonthwesrly wind.
CoXIrmoN OF Tax WATU.
To"rtr and caftina of water at 1
SAL.: ,reat Falb, temperature, 7fe: eedti
.3l. Receiving reserVoir. temsperature, 116. C4e5
dities at no-th connection, 17: condition at
smash connection. 36; distributing reservoir,
temperature. 79: condition at ifuent gate
beuse. 6: eiuent gate house, 9.
High water. I Low water.
9:M a.m. 9:4 p.m. I 3: aLm. 2:55 p.m.
"Txs Pia or iUm Lot"
2w f1e. Any of our Bilgh-grade Straw Bate
for &se. aR A Ws cor. 7th and D t1.
Humuzz's Cavr packed and shipped to ay
Vhere withoutextracharge. 35c. a 5.is 1e price.
Cza. Xaxazas many Imported Barisa=
3n.x and Whisky Testerm. BrzPLa's, cer. 43.
Foe B.iaa 1Boos. Stationery and OBoe Sep
pgea to go Eawrou A Ruri. 421 11th at.
Azerre aso Gc-anawvzz.-Silver FIings,
Semts: ilatina. $1. Very beat Teeth. S&
. S. DzrM AaocrAuvox, 7th and A
FV1WLLs p Ice Cream shipped by express ay
shere out of town. 1427 New York ave.
Tn Cocnw, 14th and K streets north
esmt, will ma special vates for m
msontha _.__
CamsIn f'usaXh by the EP1133 CaM"sT
oas. Ga1-45 MaM. ave. n.w.. are made mo
Vroef free of charge. Telephone 45-3.
CITY AND DISTRICT.
ANUKs- m3TS 7031611T.
Tan Barrs. or Gzraenn.-lbth street and
CIhioavenue.
EXCUr'3S0N% TOMOREOW.
Rat,, Tra.--0ser pots, 9:45 am. and
1:45 and 6:45 p.m.
MaasEAIJ. Har.-tenmer Macaleetor and
liver Queen, 9 and 10 am. and 2-3 p.ua.
BaT ErMe.-Trains lesTo B. and 0. ation
9:15 am.. 1:30 and 4:28 p.m.
COLONIAL BEacK AaD Psz1 PorT.--Oeorge
laory. 9 a.m.
BaTmisna PAxL-Take Tenlevtown eare.
BaT Ern.-Friendship Ledge,N. 7, LOA.
escarsion. B. and 0. station. Usual bal
INDraX BRaD.-Ma0ic committee of E Street
Baptist Church excursion. Steamer River
Queen to Indian Head 6:3 p.m.
XA===ALL Hau..-Naval Lodge, No.4, F. A.
A. N.. escursion.
SratrIMzz PnaR.-Pienic of the German
sformaed Trinity Sunday School.
CONDENSED LOCALS.
Wis. Ac-ro. living at 2134 K street, fell from
a sefold while working on the new g tank,
2th and G streets. yesterday and w- severely
braised. He was taken to the Emergency 1oe
EuLa Lax, reeiding at No. 2 Baltimore street
eween., O, 1st and 3d streets northwest),
dfdSuddenly at 19:3 o'clock loss eventingr.
Ns. BxvsmLE T. ENE hes been appointed
by the President a notary public for the Dia
trict of Columbia.
NI. W. W. C=m=o.=, now the deputy col
loeor of internal revenue at New Oriean. has
been selected by Collector Powers to take ex
elmire charge of the operations of the
beaty law. The "ewspapera of thatI
Speak * terms. of praise of the selection and
yarolynd Mr. Chisholm for the record
sability and egiciency he has made. He has
many friende in this city who win rejoice at his
smecess.
MN. L B. Frssuv. Jn.. of Wahington de
livered a lecture in the Itockvile (era Rouse
l* might on the subject of the PAssion Play
of Ober-Ammergan toea reciative audience.
The lectre wae ilustrat with interesting
stareopticon views tram life.
Arehbbbap treama's Vt10.
Arebbibop Ireland left Baltiaore yesterday
for Washington, where he wiR maske a short
samy, and from here he will go direct to his on
avhdileese of 8t. Paul.
Cardinal Gibbons will start today is the
private car at President Mayer of the Baltimore
and Ohio railroad for Halifax, N. 8. Mhe
erdinal wall go direct from batimore to
Abes, where he win remain a day, the gest of
Archbihop Wimitsn. Thence he will
by sammasr to U&sJI& In that city ei
msnee will be the guest of Ara O'Bien.
it is the pesant intention of Obeme
ts go fartr even than malma.
viene Nor Fermaor Aguianl.
Yesterday Alice Lewis, a colored girl, was ae
qaitesd is the Criminal Court on the charge of
boshanmaking an the -roPd that the indmi
nsmet described the hose in the e of the
ife and et the b=ann She was at onM re
eted and y afternoon when caved
as plead fmr acquittaL
19w, ftub Osse"e.
The Colmbin Ideals at their hat meeting
enhsted~felowingeeersterthe-metterm:
1iiilst. Smumi EbW; vice poAsiast, 0.C J.
; secestary, L 8. Donaldon and trees
reor. A. W. Nil. 'he report of the secretary
ased teammogr showed the clab to be i a very
eenittmanditis asiestira ot
to t hei cubrooas No 46Nary
AB. 'The asembere aare toS take their
aml -ame entig, wiBgehahay lat
Eisuni as the Uteer.
bhahdy of a white -a ws diseeemed
* leny in the river at Woedbuidge, Va., oppo
s~e Ina. mln. It had evidently been ia
ash water smme tme, as it mau very acsh
Ta roam the clothbag It mus baleved
me othave bees a ech en eome boat,
waahais isahi tig tht might have
hemaneby ahbefet and which aroused the
suitsof feat plag. The coroner was no
Wesbly an Nosmtet Natssiantes Yin Cas.s
the a), ih mh"th
M~dmy at Gases, Ta., omty I1s hours' ride
faem Washngen, the mert abstcaes. ..
te samet to th eapitaLi Two thmited trains
--u-and Friapm
esmoEl~ to return until
hawat Cb~p~ and Ohie
e se, Na, aend Ne..1421Fesyrlaa
or hliissml n Estea statsn, er ad
M. pasae agen, 1=
3tza Cim *t Jar R3mme -Orat
9-- awld, rof. W. 14at. chamher.,
e-me sea, aqedser to levy. . and 0.
Me at 9:15 a. m, 1i ad d p.m; m
Si a. ., 3S, 3:15 p. in. P1 semd
Uinsaa ann Wmersa Ba==aA= Co.
Masset i am Ridge amlagha m
Beamshu , ~~ Warma
a en asie. Trum have - hirf ia haI
M anmd (hio and16ear14 an esar mE
seat s~s am.,Seep.m.m and p.am.
theem# steraa etspenee Per
en ind4amhsn apply to L.J. Leswead, leSs
meytein aveene, amd ml mia aml
Esa Pmss HEss haca,
thbeas shebt ge mite -aha __e
wh. A P6 si fer 42.m e s en Bo
is sen steek of etaes su. does mea
ser ta Ms yea. 1. 3. meam ? Ga,
assamee Tinsem .- es.
1M mi-l enhee gam of M andNeb
sin pesimd Weihse, JM W
wastehp.-Ady.
Ma Emes, 'mu Camamaa Paams.
gos- se rbeeo sea
~~ - mi a in., 1pin ,
Zmiedes
A Iaw - mai y z.
The dtver 0P bepiam bse m gar S een
$my of more 4 eadmted e e eseSena
suburbs et am tw a. est oping se balem
hemry aegars, whieh has dwye been hew
an "The B U." omsely AW white
amnd ? alteek pla i e
waters there, but bat Team ewhl
tim have an beam made at an arigiel t
he Washigen seet Dapea (bNsh. . Until
]set Sunday the eosted hae be m p
Used at "The seru F e."ef" at ; -
ee, as in o.i 0.. a new d
ptunwas amade and Sev. John DOto lhadeb
Crch a meal cavert en e
P otm aet The town n mow tea of
Mentgomery street.
A mALSI Z13=L== AXaSm.
The whir and whin of the burgier Aewm at
the jewelry store at X C. Aetbm on King siset
attracted the attento et the polim l night
about 1 o'clock. The oeers hurried to e
store, but found eog out of the may. Mr.
AAtn was awakened at Noreid ee and en
I og *his sr it was found that the
-~ of the machine had ipped and given
afaes laum,
Acepmrn Oe meas.
The cerporation ourt yesterday, as aiti
pated In Tum Sran, took up te indieteent
agatnst Benry and lbs All, enneed, charged
with e killag of a colored orphan, William
Pollard. who had ban in their charge and died
on the 13h of Dember ie.. The es-amony
showed that eonly oundetin the
am" was that the s e the d, which was
exhilted in courta found fractured. It was
edthat a 1migh have predueed Gm
re, and there was oevidence whatever to
show that the Allens had injurede child. The
court directed a verdict of "not guilt "and
the accused having bm een ltdwe dis
eharged.
comRA2To3 covar.
The arporation court. Judge Norton, is still
in session. Mr. John G. Beekhem, foreman at
the grand jury, reported that no infraction of
the law had been presented to the grand jury.
On the probate side of the court the wil the
late Jefferson Roberts was aamitted to probate
..d Wiliam Robert. qalied as e.etor.
William HL Health, city vage nt.wapono
gurin of Mary IL B TMIOII
Prc Wlia. county was admitted to pr0_
tie in that court. The civil docket was afl
Over.
Nors.
Considerable interest is awakened here by
the new rues as to the e.emmaion of teachers,
Ac., just issued by the board of education at
Richmond. Hereafter the central point of ez
amination will be at Bedford City, Va.
The Yo Men's Catholic Seo&U Lyanza
met last and took ap teoactona
the death of Joseph P. The Iveeum
will tomorrow morning attend te funrOf
their late associate from St. Mary's Church.
The report of the committee on lightnot hav
iug been completed in time for the ast Teen
of the city council another meeting will be he
tonight and then the resolution for a summer
recess will go into effect.
Mr. J. A. Marshall of this city has a contract
for seuppng ties for the Mount Vernon elee
The summer mortality of babes continues
here and every day brings the death of a little
one.
Judge Norton has appointed Mr. Joseph S.
Beach a justice of the peace for the second
ward.
The German Reformed Trinity anday school
wil give its picnic, which was pustponed on ac
count of the rain, tomorrow at the ebstzen
Park. If the weather should be unfavorable to
morrow the picnic will take planes on the ret
clear day.
A select moonlight escursion to Indan Head
will be given tomorrow evening under the di
rection of the maui committee of the E Street
limptiat Church. The steamer River Queen has
been chartered and will leave her wharf at 6:40
p.m.
Naval Lodge, No. 4. F. A. A. X., will give a
family eseursion and eve' mi to Marshall
Hal tomorrow. Ticketi be good on 9:30
and 10 am. and 2:30 pm. boats and the Macal
ester will have for the evening trip at 6:S
o'clock.
Friendship Lodge, No. 7, L 0. M.. and its
many friends will go down to Bay Ridge to
morrow and enjoy the pleasures of that
Jar resort. A spei array of talent wl -
eompany the lodge. Trains will have the
Baltimore and Ohio station as usual.
The Knights of Pythie. are givinga largely
attended ecursion today at River View. To
morrow the popular Weanesday trip, ar made
bthe fast gngPentz. The dcigcard Is
aI =, == nto teyougpole.Th Mary
Thursday to Occoqian Fall., a very eihfi
aD-day outing.______
The Frog Swansewer WID Esave.
Judge Harper declined to turn his court into
a free museum this morning when WIllism Mo
Kenua was called to answer a charge of va
grancy.
"I was in a show," he said, "end when the
company went breke at Pittbbarg I was two
weeks behind time in my mlar."
He explained that he b erF-rsdA a. m I
am, swaflowing frogs and nab. When the
coman west to ploes he started for his home
a ew ork. When be reached here his mosesy
gave out and he expected to get a here.
stlead of getting a sitation waseen
about drinking ander The tageee of
liquor, giving e of swallowing fogs,
mas and pieces of glam.
"Can yoe welow them now?" inquired e
"Yen. sir," he rele."I haven't any frega,
but ifl1can get agiofa water I will show you
how it iladoe."
"Never mind," idt e j.e. "we don't
want each en exhibaition here. How do you get
up e ab and glm?'
"(Oh, I dent swallow them; it's only a trick."
The man promised to leave e city and te
e-et accepted his -eeea bonds.
The Oemttn- et Mmma Yamu.
Prof. Asaph HaB et te naval obervntsry sue
ceeded In getin a brief observation of te oo
enlttin of Mars lat night, although owing to
e clouds a entirely claar view was not oh
taa smtB abot te im. of te fourth con
act of e planet with te moon.
The great .tmr glcead deoiaf smow
onte south pof te lae was plinny
visible to emin t tha pe et a round
white spot. _____
Pus. Ann CMASg uf11meAT Dat liena.
Dem-mAl ratse European pconcerto dar
bdnahar. B. end 0. ta at 9:15 a. m.,
Enmed ser mspa.
Iast Saturday, July 9, guite a number of
Washingtemieas amied for Europe from netti
amoreon te ci=mar lama em thloyal Nether
lands line. Among thm wee Prof. A. P.
Meatege et Colmba== University and wife
and chidren. Pref Monta=ue has kme over
worhed and e treatees kme ted hima a
leaveo ix memth to Pem~rof..D. W.
Primdes, K. D., of te National Medical CeI
la. ecupni by hiem;Dr.asy.
(she is travelang for ehssrvalies and Ipoe
ment pasat to flUimse , Cap .
duty in Missemi, and. erweed and ws
The looal Dshatme meag gepgsam
for a big thm. a thag eel emir Ual
jebilseat thsir high tat asses km Augat
a. The Gamm Te et e mistee maste lri
day [email protected] to pebast thsb -r ha e pesmed
ings.h Grind Tant et Che ament. e na
Jivorpedi el eveig and asied t
thef Namhee a
a sheine 'inme
by S amments s @h
ashr sasarmas af te win
Ametm eaterlasa Uithem m
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Ie- Geddise i e o a .
Fah.~ m .eas
A 1PANNW9 02MIU.
Se. I. o. UNMihi ss aed is Paisor of
Neheemiseg thges 4imee .
Qe so- a"m-- at Qei
venm a e and 5emsewhng esespMa
emombled @d at e am ar"i cherni e
A-fa aeme asthetls night, the as
mai.o being the mans --. of 01 patdedet,
Nov. . 0. Laimkim The tutOir of 6e
eI rekwasalmsstlterally evered withasM-al
1, the ag ranging in sine from the
smanst to the larget, with eedrs, evergreens,
fars, vines, owers and pla-ts of almost eve.
The order of ezereses was e follows: Master
of -eremoais, Bev. Walter H. Brooks, D. D.,
posteh the Nineteeth Street Baptist Church,
who spoks in seres of 60 fktr pres
s"at the and predicted A It was
in the a r afMtre to be one of the
lading careh. of Washington. Opening
3, by ev. T. . oblase., president at the
Iin, pUia af Mt. Jeuftilst
read by Rev. J. Iof NLi
apist Chureh. Selection by the choir of the
Vermont Avenue Bap" Church, which very
adwmestet rity the music for this o
The sermon of the evening was delivered in
an abe and eloquent intn== by Rev. George
W. Lee, D. D., paster of the Vermont Avenue
Baptist Church. Hymn aby Rev. Guy Barhley
paster t Mont B ptist Church
charge to the church wao made with great
ability ad meal by S. J. Anderson Taylor,
pester of the ilB tt Church. The
pter-elet was very hgy omp eted and
sla tenyrged by Bev. W. Bishop ohnees,
D. rsecond Baptist Church The
riht69i of fellowship was givent by Rev.
ui. H. Scott pastor of the byinia Avene
Baptist Churek Short addresses were niade
by Rev. Dandy Alexander and Rev. Jame H.
Lee, pastor of the Third Baptist Church.
Among thos present were Revs. Champ, Hill,
Prior, Washington, Sheldon, Miller and others.
Benediction the pastor, Bev. S. 0. L.amkns.
The euccees oa the entertain=mnt was due to
the general manager, W. T. Scott, esq., and
Mrs. C. Rans, chairman of the reception cof
mittee. The followng gentlemen and ladies
were aciated with them and worked with an
tiring zeal: D. D. Lomax, L. Washnton, E.
anns= C. re ,a Quarles, H. yers. P.
u . , T. F. Carter, A. ow, J.
Adms, semrs. Harris, Terrell, Lae and othere;
Kra. B- Harris, Mrs. C. Lomax Mrs. C. King
Kim IL Johnson, Mrs . Holmes, Mrs.
LAwis, Miss M. Lam, MiSS . Moten, Mrs. X.
A. Que Mrs. N. Lynch, Mrs. A. Terrell,
e t ; I. Payne, Min J. Ashton, Mime
I. Andermon, Mis C. Ashton, Mrs. Taylor &nd
Ythers; T. F. Carter, church derk.
Daein Baptist Church was organized about
twenty years ago by the late Rev. Anderson,
BonuAlexander and others. It hs had only
wo since its organisation, and the one
ls. t makesthethird. Itiabranch
md not a of the Nineteenth street Pap
ist Church, which it has received much
pirital and material aid. The present oficers
)f the church are: Deacons, E. Banke, D. B.
Lomas, B. Quarlee, C. Payne, Carter Lewis and
S ; rtruteeW. T. ttH. Myers and
OROETOWN.
TRAPTIC ow TEE CANAL.
Since the hib of July the following laden
anal boats have discharged their cargoes at
3eorgetown's wharves: Gallia. Sarah Kroon,
amnel Henry, A. E. Dawden, I. P. Mason,
Foseph Bryan, Consolidation No. 11, Consolida
ion No. 12, L. V. Baughman, F. 8. Garnet.
judge Alvey, Lafayette, Savannah, Marshal
Wise. Detroit, . I. Maveld, No. 119, F. 0.
Becket, A. W. Guinnaud, Java, D. A. Lowe, J.
E. Milatead. Plough Boy. C. B. White, W. T.
Canlehan, H. H. Keady, tuba, W. 8. Jacques,
No. 127, A. L. Miller Edith Pratt, James IL
Reid, F. F. Flanagan, 6eo. A. Hoffman, M. E.
Drove and Consolidation No. 16. The situation
with the millers still remains the Same. Grain
is now coming down the canal consigned to the
rarions commimaion merchants of Georgetown.
but. owing to the closing down all but one of
the establishments which us it, anyt but a
Larg number of sales have been made. Tenn's
a, though the only one running, bas, by the
itoppage of the others, been doing extra'work.
the canal comn y's action in boarding up the
foreways has thrown at least 200 men out of em
ployment. Water street is as quiet now as one
of the baek alleys of the town. the rumble of
machinery and the splash of running water be
ing no longer heard. Today the court will dis
rues the matter.
AmLIUoTON CATTLE EaatEE.
At the Arlington stock yards Monday 121 eat
tIe were up and sold. Best, 4% to Sc.; good, 4
to 4%e.; medium, 33 to 8%c.; common, 2% to
le. Nine hundred and sixty-eight sheep and
ambe-lambe, 6 to 7c sheep, 2X to ;
maves, 5 to 6%e. Twen cows and calves, 17
to 5 Market for all of stock brisk.
DnATE Or CoUman= OCEnUSEAUSIN.
About 10 o'elock last night Charles, the twen
by-Ave-year old son of Mr. A. Oekernaanen, the
K street baker. died after an illness of about a
rear. The deceed was a gentleman who com
mended the respect of all who knew him, his
Iany good qualities being recognized by all.
remorrow at A p.m. his remains will be laid to
rest at Oak Hill.
3LDI1G ASSOCIATIoN 3ETrNG.
At the 11th regular monthly meeting of the
Utackholder. of the Citizens' Equitable Build
Association held last night at Croy's
Hal 6,002 was sold, bigtwenty-four sa
at an average of $177 mine Shares at $2.
No1.
The next meeting of the Citizens' Associa
lion will be held on the Aret Friday in August.
liew subjeets will be dealt with and decisive
estoward the coeanmiation of certain
t:~aken. ?~bJoseph H. Lee, the
appon bythe citizens, ia still
hiliy reesiving new membership fees.
Bridge street, fromn Potomacet the aqueduct
has not been swept for over three weekm, anti
its condition Is now deplorable.
After the wegalar ears had ceasned running
last night the MerpltnRailroad Company
maade two succesful trial trips wit
Miss BeseRigaway left yestrday afternoon
o visit her uncle, Judge Han fCarrolion
ivenue, Baltiamore.
Yeaterday the Hibernian Societ gave an ex
.'stis to liver View, and hundrdswent down
The litt e t soapo Riley died lest
Unetae itch hen remnoved froma the
~s~a jdte remains Etr
wood wil bee mo ew depositary.
Mr. I. L aemants, accomapanie by his
lhrMiss anie left on iaurdayto
At S a. ma. tenaorrow the N. P. Sunday school
saves for Marshall Hall cm its annual ezour
Maatsted te mi.
In the Crminl Court this morning Judge
braley acoepted ball In the ease of lred'k
D~relginger, charged with asault with Inteat to
dBl a young girl on July 4 best, In SM00. MI.
Wstre appeared for the see-ed and stated
Ibst daedat was engsgd in Sring a salute
me July 4, usig a beer vent, whish burst and a
strashthe e Ining her,
ic or a ndat LIM0. The girl
out now out et and the goenm was
intised with US beLMr. (hstsaid that
ahBe me ee aseme In whshad the girl
Nied, wealdhave bes m.=tegh, te sams
misen ads,with tale ftthatte child is ie
Feha D. O'es gen me bend.
T... Or Dua~
lspeata toenamsssea Wmss wh
Iha 33AIpessa --hm nest me e e' sees
ktr linsmtis t a asb te4
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mir- teth am s - teea stse s.
ImtetisUeses aso -ao esaes1sima
*sng. 'Eb~ mesm wm e me uoM
MI MAE1, ab eaistmg Kma amente
tesansamin s.anta heg n3
he ius a am e et hate
mesis e n n
in1MBsemeMseemhs e
es~-amaeskt
-e = Mn- sMn e snN
flU N~eh at basematn.
OIL (Moh X, mAN V. , A. (2e0bed), 4f
nu M-M-N-h MORI, als any, ead O
donlr 4t spis 8a 1 6 a oues at Tdoiw
4erek, Dlta, xem. at "M *'duh kt
Bmaay m ming. b Si. Meat left Waddgte
fr eSes abot a moem go, aes.p.nanm by
his wife "d daughtse,
'in rma wE 4rdve here tomeme w mon
ingot 10:0 o'dee and wil be interved at Ar
gl0g60, whete ae Wre will be oeadueted by
Dr. Bge o, of St. Joa'. Cbeh. At te ro.
quert of the Anollyhe fmeral will no be a
Unulrj Ma. i
Col. Betwas plosed on tho estied lIM of
the ary 10, '7, having served forty
years. HisL was oeninuams in thn
of ni"through an ths gra to =
in ea-e ofthe
at Washington for a h6 mouth.
FROM NEW TORE TO WASHINGTON.
aNM's ieeie Teestees Their Way to
This eity.
Smith's Mleyele teuris reched Phnhdiphia
last evening en their Now York to Washington
toer. They lft the Grand Union Notel In New
York at 10 am. Satrday hast, reaching Plain
Meld the lrt evening. On Sunday they rode
from PUWWSld to Trenton, sixty-Ave ale.
Yesterday's run from Trentou to PWild
phis.
The party is made up of wheelosen from all
parts of the ountry, and this is the fourth
annual tour under he persomal management
of Clarence . Smith of Detroit, better
known as "Lgag Carrier" Smith, from his
many inventions for carrying bundles en bi
Opt. Esier of the Milwaukee wheelmen in
the mot western rider. New England isrepr
seated by B. . Swan of oatn.a The Bufalo
Pre Cycling lab is remeoue by Charles E.
Glate, better known asee of
"Setage." Other. are brothes of
Olsen, N.Y., J. Elmer Pratt t , Robert
and J. W. Rammay of New A. F.
Wheelig W Va.; C. EL Win Prow
idea": XL9 a d W Edwardsefcrin
Mich. 'e other meaber. of the party are
mostly from the east. Tomorrow the eyclers
will again move an toward Wehl 14,which
will be reached next Sunday. Al i boys but
two ride poeumato-tired safetiee.
The [email protected] Dispeete In Questio.
When Thomas Wiliamn an old colored man,
was called in the Police Court this morning
there waseaharge of beeping a noisy and biting
dog for' him to answer. Mr. George Cassell,
another old citizen, appearedand toldof how the
dog inddenly attacked and bit him. The intfr
mation charged that the dog was of a quarrel
me dispoet , and Judge Harper remarked
that in respeot the dog was similar to a
banyi persons. "re always heard thata
wouldn't bite," ramarked the
court
Lawyer Carrington, In behalf of the defend
ant, aeked that the cow be dismissed because
Mr. Wiliam had owned the canine for twenty
years and this wasthe Arnt time that the animal
had ever bitten anybody.
"I submit, your honor," he said, "that there
is no proof of the dog's being of a quarrelsome
Harper aid it was a serions matter for
a person to get injured in this way by a dog
and as Polieman Barney had aide could gt
witnees as to the dog's character the judge
continued the case until Thursday for that
purpose.
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beems I om mreymbeterim onslem.
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Semen Deos and Windew Seam.f &A
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14"A~ms." 7111,1 Ms pass
Without 11eseore.
an. of eur 3B~eaw Hat.
Were , P1.75, O1. N w 8up.-40s.
*L *.--Sb,
Jyl-St Fhac ? SoAeer.7% andD at.
Bathig and OutSgfilt. Wwar.W'a. no
White Meeim, Net 5c.
1t **nArts," 711 Markel aes.
P.m my. Whisky, aeYo , .65.t
Pure Part wine ed. use, te qt. .
Imperal me M e. e. b bei.
O atawba, Mebege
B -mha aret, 3f ht Ss. Us. bet.
P200. er. Ys, ., tie. nsk.
it P. R. Wno, Ut th st, n.w.
Cmmary and Dog Odlare. Wauen'm. t*
lAme. Tow e o.'im Apkins, AD.
it "CiArma" 7U NerA @am.
The Fastest Time on Reeord.
For this week only 5 botiles Calfaria Win.
for 51. 1200 and I03 Pa. ave. n.w. All goods
at summer rates. y12-t
Musical Intruameut. and String. WAanAn',
A Z= Cut.
No rearv; no holding beck. 8S. will buy
any Strkw Hat in our house.
Jyi3 PS-aC & Sox, oar. 7th nad Dde.
Engraving and repairing. WAiunn's,
477 Pa. ave. ite
Black Plaid India Lmaen, 10e.
1t "CAsTmus." 711 Market space.
Bay Wu.u & owr-.ahing Slippme.mice,
M5eants. 929Fst. w. jy11-m
All Ball Players imy there Is nothing like
White's Yucatan um to relieve the parched
condition of the throat produced by overheat
ing. jy11-64
Best f1 Fluid, 5 gal. SO. Touvo & Co.,714 K
Cstello.n Wine cure= etnoame troubles.
Jy7-1M A. HarrT.zas & Co.
S. eler7n 7th t. n.w., U mahing a
deaL in =ielae' end Childra's Heir Co %
and Shampooing; also cure Dandruft tr
An Excellent Teake and a Healthy Be
We hav, referencre am "d Rye
Berkeley ." which is onr 'p
uar brand4 or on the market. Its true
Merits have been by many W gton
isne, who declare it to be withoutAmestion the
best tonic &ad by far the halthi drink as a
beverage in this or any other city. It bee a na
tioal reputation because a large peoetiage at
ougrem mn drink no other etimulmat except
' 's Berkaley." Xany of our ent
prescribe it in their dail preotice
wcellent results. This pure old brad can
oany be purchased at Tuaar's Suoa, 818 F
street northwest, jaP4,f
Castellon Wine is of epecil -% eht in
asses of dysentery and diarrhma.
01 per quart bottle, 6 bottles for OL
jy7-m A. Harru .ma 4 Co.
Telephone 120. Doamestie Sewing Ma
ehine,er. 7th And 1, for reparingandrenting.
Elixir Babek cure all aanrial diheaes.
Name Name It But to Praise.
Weeler & Wilsea's New High Arm No.5,
A marvel at lightness and swiftnes,
jes? Office 407 9tat. ..
Caned.. Wine checks and cures mummer
A. Harrmoum & Co.,
lamms 1= 14thet. nmw.
oyleaemnend.evrythig. Drgi.. ie
S8AS-ID= WI..ON & CA.
Them we a low of the varetbe ot
MOUNTAIN. bmw Shn a.wee m .ow melar.
Wa have mae seriem tham esaM1be
um asedta awholepsm. We e
at oemeat conteatt ove thee few.
OUTING. We hao thems.f Come. la en else
and wuthm, and meU thn St
-09.50.
TENNIS. We have than at bisber We.,
but we cam rogsly e me the
EnM we mill at 5O. Whim yoa
&A.. BALL. dop ta tomse in don'twget Soea
cm. cf the clerbs show you aa
0mnts Gimuee causakt. sho at
RUNNING. P.50.
WILSON & CARE,
Washinston. D.C.. lae.e am9 et. aw.
4 and 6 W. halttmare it.
lyn-im.Ia.e-pa,.wat....e. 4 Nrtch~sit.
Moa. Mm'.. RU..ET S0.
AT Ho00T13 & SxrDs...
There is note aun lassthe oity whase
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W- RAVE TWO SOATS-TWo
SANOS OF MUSIC - IREWCoE
AND TEE MOUNMWIUL NE..
IgrATLY U.LUIEATD. WE
SALIL PLAY AX OWEN-AIR ON
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FINST GERMAN REPOR~y TRINITT SUNDA1
At the C" 8 Park tO 9 etpeina I
WEDNESDA.JUL.Y
0, the Srut duer da..
it Tihbd O ae god main de at picb".
50 cn-8"P ""w*~50 cmns
SATURDAY E GfAT :
From 7th st- asarmk .
BAT RIDGE.
*1. ROUND TRI.
3. and 0. TArIJN
AT
9:15 i.m..
1:3 p.m..
4:15 p.mi.
FUNDAYS:
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S1 ROUND TRIP.
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FEIENDS3IP LODGE. NO. 7.
L. 0. 3.,
WEDNESDAY. JULY 13. 1&
Toketa eune tAip. SL
Specialarrar e almwil ----ome the Iides
1r78
50 ENJOYABLE EVENING.
SELECT MOONIGRT EXcDESION,
Under Direto the
NUSI0 OOMMITTEE. 3 BTREET NANTUST
CaRacE.
Seamna RIVER QUEEN TO INDIAN REAn.
Naute and Ntfr-.a..b cm bad.
WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 18.
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ManEApT. RATL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 23.
NAVAL LODGE. NO. 4.. A. A. .
STErama EACAmLTER LEAVES AT T:I P.M.
e L M a
'aR I BEHEBDA PARE
JULY 13. 14. 1 AND 1,
7 O C.cK N.
Reaemgagemmt af
GRAcE SHANNON
And her eomaaet Practiml and Smie ad Eu
EiSs PEARL LA BOY,
Prof. F. W. ScOEFIELD.
TEE DOY WONDER.
AND TE
LETER BROTREER,
lntroduciag the mest ammirenn datsaem
Banoem A----n--- ad DemMe hakab Immes
aa-a- end Tht. Drops.
PROGRAM CHANGED EVERY EVENING.
Ue.r the meaesment ot the vei'mmmd
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PROF. ED. N. EUTCRISON.
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