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BAij.-4%ams Umialer and vrQuese, 9rand 10 am. and 2en pm. Nhr Nmitn-Tfon low" Yo Mr a. M 3aB., .A, and 4th P Em. COMONU&a UmACM AVD PINE! POU.-GOMWg west, 9l &A& spcdsae 9rs 1y. aa. BNuMINA Pnnx.-Tak. Thnolatown ern Pwu o m.-..i.e.d seem m ond anth - - s Lawry, 9 ' OcCOmao FiA&-NGary Was.3thi re am. Trnranmrae..elof fat bailing overa Abse above at hr home of IUs* nao%1)8 . Id suwthwaut eaeod a alit fire, which waa eztingumed by Ofiber 3NobL a oe Nuwin finling the resmir of a a dve as a . of J. W. Gate wed,. .th abeet northwes, wt ae to hrl jug o, id and light aged lte2 . Ama m-Trare being ma to give a lawn rtforhe beauS of Woman'. V.4m lalef Ceprtm. eentar of the Poo.ce. oN hrD S&t bInt. at the reddano. of 3aj. Cbs. 26 bW, No. IMS Pie Place nertbWeat. Ift- Tahbme hpgmmm far Bftvme inds. Ta ylr, by Mr. cAmpal Carning ter, m a Pa-ea from Wl J. yw, now in UEMOeMP01 N. Md the cuddy of ther two eblime. They were * Ie January 11 1Iuk at wiEwormt, ]I&. Mdld th cs"u p-4 rg 9ftas aPm d-r omive an Oc9 Fa0 r a matry thing an , am . Sassa c omianytd her agndas a DIedme tev at wit her boe e o. 9the mree now and r Coigt abml wao etnginhed by h Compay on insssem in thyng m the beir ofa .---u-s of a -Y enec o .W ae bar N~ Ca" any the Punme a Compa, th etret narhet, pate Ni je re m l lgt C.o,.f.. remte ADassmteWi ae beingr C. opvany lawn in r hene or equipmen. e Sy thoind ubm at h r- pe- coen Cma. bblmimeddelckoftberns oomy areto be . fr N. asinre pbe norythe asdve Inluman is soma"a coblumn The Absehm Utemeat&d .vq eme, eks, diews deermiWn.d J. Taylr, ao ~inclub prtP. the eap.Nto oher twy euda Teiiy eetingrwid er bal, wham after emer. lbmdetom by Vae HNan Gre J. T. bthy and to thi Ucity heanghe e Jar belag emmdesrte a e a mdhent ing, whith wiar boe bl iti. ewwe A demel cera conmmiteeo wi. Th. e f..e=e.ar Cncaramtbteeningan of Depente the floingrpomie rte purpae ~atMmg ovr an fcaryngm ethoe bies ofl chat SCar1 ohpny the ena Pane CPr Camany the DetotmCal.J Wheel Comay,h Waag. Fre and J Wr. Tompny h metroC. Pip ande PenryCanpany dien h--c--- yeeday. Bin rhemae wsere an toi etro frothee ofeery deripin, far-nlw eing, dar ig hrndlevethd ~diibmt 5 n to otantpioni h oeuipmehr ory hosard hecg t. then r ern frmthat patmh tock uon the cpanae o be forty Nal. AaiB been b aye ader ane..pe..*t in .~ Fen.nm. B ae Th m oe a.mamtn eert. comacoy, d. hav dueterS=.ooto ecanioe Citee pee fsor te e upign.,Nen htr da emy ar Pnemy Paing i e hald whnadr rn wBb m oade b .. .M Na. J.i T Bmrob Pand.Ap a Arripged hag, b cic wiB nel withi at ew eek Psegnrw e aneg a Se male..twm. Th o hoerman cea ome, a o whi hr. Weer is ehmed, ell eaim and apunte em fedawingb ensmite Ste makta n.mee thirng gmdeingobehd hewDaym. UzA, crmmm J. Frwe vxa~y Demm . Cbnr aindJ. W.en Tol hrson. we atofh etaMn. U.d. met . ab Mr C. m. .a et wennsylvaneuiemi e em aeterdy in Julm1ainalmwere thm 5asem Pw., we rebeofunal SiB oncero lgTe aeroWinglteCeem w baes~mn ro archisifer et.a cpol at rbg0 3em h city.O~m Mr. Amse as layer aende prmai ~am Ne Jeea Pa mlmi. leavesabi D~eand, on i, e ke-Oe Sean b. E. Peenra V.or esurawe, serner aEm for a Pto let. Tiehle0. ter atmd OR s1tayhag on day and; Sigh atebeat s,5a.lat111119themndh test.-Adsf. __ hM EB Wisamet Pndelphn ha base e be aid ithem reseve a 3m edma monf atl 3m e'eoc tea head et ss anm. meesakgwhe r mmhae eth -Adwjet.t DE3TRCT SEULCANS. * A Cisuflremse MM a" A rragme tor a Elea.en- Meadwng Made. A eoefrene of I rietet repubsbme and those fres the dierent visin tumporariy rei dm of the Disrist, which was caled under the diweegn et the ee ve oom-em==ee of the District repubban entral c-ominee, of which Mr. George I. Armnoid is cairman, convened at the armory at the Washingen Cadets hl evmag. Cal. eorge G . Arnold ealed the eonforewee to order and in a brief and pointed address mid that thaee were quite a number of zepublimns in thi city who do not go home to vote nor do they contribute any material d to the party, but after the battle hos been won you am them e petPimn combg up to the ' eefor their park of the homae. It qustion baresater, he aid. whether men will be recoganied in the counecs of the party who do not aid in t 0, motion of Mr. W. CalvinChme, =Metded by Maj. A. . L Davis, Col. Arnold was made the rm ent ehairmen tof the eonfessese and W. meeretry. Mr. Chai. ofered a resoluton to the sfect that the r-em-ntion cc Benjamin erria for President and the election of Whitmlaw Bald for Tic Pridet are, In the inion of the republiams of the District of Columbia, the strong"s that cum be sade; that thes gentlemen wer the beet represantatives in the republin= party and the country to lead the party of liberty and eel rights to victory; that the achievements of republican party and the love that American ple have for it will obliterate all tectional diences and fre all logal repubicns to work earnotly for maam. It was resolved that the executive emmittee of the Dibrict of Clumb, the Harrison and Norton Ueague and the Iftivee from the Various 40010 i the Dim tic Mnore the tieht, land tha the 1et day of August be daignedea the p e time to ratify the nom=natione by a= domstrtion. The chairman was dirscted to appoint the following -om Itters or that per : Arrngement. ffteen; stand, levon; Stwen-sve; doeeralen, ldeven; speak srv, amRude, five. On= rof Maj. Dawn it was decided to gn-ve hebairem two days to appoint omn m1te. provided for in the r-ac L Mr. Johnson Green of the south (arelina State Amociaticn sid that bis orgoniman would be out 1 strong and what he wanted was a fair repsation on the e .emmttiee. Mr. Jiarry Begby of the Virgmiia Amocktion, Me.ars. rowne of oew Dr. Win. Gray of =innete, E. I. Hewlett of the District bar, C. N. Mardbll and odors made addrusM A FAEM FlIB. It Won Net for Mmed, but Sew the Ga The aeged ight early d mag between Ned Crtwright and Bily Young, at a well-know r ort not a thuad mike dea.nt from the anent town of 1Edai=nurg, woo, in the opinian of a local admirer of each @port, "a b-lae ake, ye know." The Aght was t =announced to be one to a Amish, but just before the men entered the ring it was announced that it would be one of Us ronde for points, the winner to take the gate receipts. At the end of the ten rounds both men climed the fight, but the referee declared It a draw and the receipts were - evenly divided. The Aghting was tame, and it in said that bed the weather been chilly the contestants would have suf'ered severely fron the cold L' ' Speaking of the fght yesterday a local sporting man stated to aB ran r-er that peopl intereated in se mattoere had ben so Iposed upon by him. conteste during The last year or mo that it was now .lmoa im ,onale to get a decent ded crowd at a fght. 'There i*," be oid, "a big crowd of people here who are fond of sport and if the boys could pull of a fair equre fight for blood now and then they could a the o they want. But," he madly remarked, "the isMi being illed by a lot of sharke and only the toughest and the lowest now go to theme Mnhem." A leasy Wotter whed. James Gordon, a colored sm , who hes been earning his living at writing policy and gather tag in tpennie, niekels an dime from per sos who er thov by the sweat of their brow, was in Judge Iimball's court this morning for violating the policy law. Lawyer SI1lon appeared s in counsel and mid he desired to enter a plea of guilty. The defeadant, he said, had never before been ar rested on each a charge. He ham a wife and two children who would sufer if he were mat to jail. Couneel stated that the policy Arms were about bursted and the beckers would not = t the prisoner out of trouble. He thought that a mal fne would have the desired effect on the prisoner and he assured the court that if a ine wrn imposed the defendant and not the backers would it. Jndge 1 bi ai e Wa , suspicin that other than the old policy men were Shems and leniency on the part of the court ' gt result in bringing out the policy Ie fn on forme awyer -again amured the court that he had been employed by the defendant and not by the policy men, and that the Ane would beTa~d l= aid it was his i that a jai sentence was best for thee policy people Be. however, would give Gordon a cmce and impoed a ine of 014. Sentence was on I ad as half the amount of fne, the judge sying that another violation of law would eause the remainder of the entense to be put in opera tion. To Prevent D--bnMeme's Tath. Mr. John Paide, the agent ot the Humane Society, say. that vigorona action will be taken to enforce the provisions of the new law ap proved by the Preident June 25 his. The main object of that law in to prevent locking of horme' talk. The law providee "that who <ever cute the ealid pert of the tail of any horne in the petonknown as docking, and who ever ea ee the me to be done or aseist in doing much cutting (ule the eame in preyed to e o beentto hebore), ahal, upon o vicemo thero, be mad- by Ipiom in he ailnot 'one year or fiet not kms than .100 nor more than SMl." It contains also a provision suietech msumesmente ae cock fighting. The lagags: "That any person who mete on foohtgte prosmotes, carrie on, or doe any as e asint ant, umapire or piialorattende or in any twe coe, fowls or other bie ra oo nmhehle by a fine of not mere than U250or .imprisonament in jail not mor than one year, or both." The C.-an.et o=M Caan b Bridge. Tote Eitor er The Eveia sar I desire to call the attention of the authoi tie to a very threatening stete ot afaire in the water supply ot thin city. In the fireS plae the asphalt roadway over the Cabin John bridge is more than half gone and the coauat hammer= ing of the heavy coachem in the holce and ruts will moon fish the whole amir. Again the bushee have bae asnowed to grow in the emee or jinte and their roote have opened the walk so thatthinse eselamdabe in the ide webs. Any one knowe of the pofo gr eng tos cam tell what the end wilbe. It Ca chse tht a gpeat work Mbe that should he nelce.The roadway in enmerable, es. peil~the hans nmte teemiing raese. ,the rolling tenme have never beam rahed .f, and a- a Oesatst danger to here.s and mte , toem nothieg et the bundrede et bcyese hatway. hteme tern ofhcyoler Ta=n that nomas ie and Iho they wiBl be .nttene to. _______ K D. C. Friday Manmesems to Sea nome via Psm. The I ncl aninarenod w m a mactee e apecinalmemirseme to admine it, ay and Sma lie City on Friday, uy eva --ammea Friday u to and fa tember 2. 'nebae wi beelM at the me *S6 er oured ge, wig only enqi en trd avigW e at n1 a.m..vai fer rotern byud r five da, in ~ ~ eie. Bate teladme amda in bothdfresm,-Adst Caumames' Goar Pass blue atha prima. K 3.hranm ? Ce,-dst Tana year hiead to OmgaMen b6 -ua wilb etere M and tombr en boay a M m----Ma eteaemmset des ~fmhram. K . ed 2m - and am CE~. TU 0. A. I. PAAD. D epatmn n---i--Dlmeene lasues a Owder Csmeermg It. Department Commader Din.-,e Depar Oat of the P.4cm, Grand Army of ae Do k be, hes ssued, through Assistn A4jts Gemeral Headriehs, the follwing spea orda 1. The folowing gemal orders, &Asd Oto ber 16, 1613, from thess headquarters are Moe id4eed so pertieat totheapproaching natioei ncampmsst, which will be held in this city I September neaz, that they are again rape likhed: At a don et the dspartmemt --=ue.= held September 0, IM79, sh flbowing unifore was adopted N d peseribed for use iwais de partaboent: 1.. A double-breMsted blouse CC army eams or blue cloth, as the incsa--s of the wes may dictate, having fla (4) large G. A. I. bul te02 em each side, together with three (8) MW bittons of the same pae n 0 under id of each sleeve at the wrst 2d. A whit, vel of simlar pattern to ah described for post uniform. 3. Dark panMioNa, as prescribed for poo 4th. A black slouch felt hat, similar to the wars by ooera of t t, mounts with a cord and Scorns, wh ch, for the com, m=nder, vie commandres and P command eN of this department ahell be gold or gilt an for al Other department cora gilt anm black. 1st. The regular army blouse or ingle breated blwsack oaSt,havingthree(3)large0 A. I. butten in front and two (2) smal button on each deare. MI. A whit. ve"l with Ave (5) G. A. B buttous. S& Darkraloo-. 41h ThM csep, with dead gold cord together with two (2) mal G. A. I buttons the ltter. G. A. . and number ot the poo of wieh comrade Ia member, In slver o whit. metal, mounted thereom. (Ameaded a enemmpament Of January 3, 1863: "That eac pal be slowed toadopt as part of the uniform es cap now in use or a semi-milItary bled a10ach hat, with blus and gold cord and acons.") The 0= lentios of the gomrada of this de parm ent invited to the fore gon with = Veboty"only inducing then o procure uniform,. but to indicate to then that it Is deiMble that such uMformas houk conform as nearly as poeibla to the action o thdeparmen t mNeampment as herein Sei r .The E point to be resebed is ths1 eac os should be appropriately and mym. r eay uniformed in conformity with tlb spirit Of this order. The department com. mnde is in daily receipt of general orden from Ommmandes of othr de s con teAaIng stirring to e comrades o their reapectie in reference #< th neces aty of only being present at ti grand ocemion of our next encampment, bui to come ropey uniformed. Not only that but some dpt t commanders are I solieitous ad zelous that their p t mhal make a creditable display and show mi Soldierly pride that they are placing restriction upon the comrades with reference to thedi appearance in the ranks witeout th, uniform. In short, everything i dome by our guest. toward Maki the Army parade a succes, not only it point of numbers, but in all which constitute a atmiiary pa .If t is being don ourg wat is - to beexpected of thou ty It will be to enterisin? Thi de t nowsnumbers more than 3,600 mem ism standing. Of that number 3,00 should m*ime on September 20. fully Mi. formed and wearing whit glove. They abouki show by their soldierly being On parade-.In, on an other ocemions-that they have not forgot tea th trmining received in the days from 186: to 1865. They should show that to them fra tarnty means something more than to stan( upon th street and watch their visiting com rades march by. They should march witl them, shoulder to shoulder and elbow to elbow as In the grand parade twenty-eight years go and though time may have dealt harshly w1 the yet let the nation know that nor wound nor disease can stay their footsteps in thi great reunion with their comrades. There i no department in its personnel better quall led, ueialy, to procure uniforms tha this. These uniforms can be procured a reasonable prices, and upon th installmen pi". and Ah department commander is please learn tat some of the posts have adopte, measures looking to securing the same for thel members. It is excted that every comrade il this dpartent Will at once put himself in un with what is A y evident duty, and take snel steps as will enable him to appear in our paradi On Setember 20 in all respect fuly quip o emmanders ar request o immediate measures toward dr.l e o m rades of their Poet. preparatory to 0w parade The march will prbably be in platoons o twelve or more and order that this dert meat shall be le t; claim some degree of e cellence in soldierly qualities, comrades shoul, be drilled in the formation of platoons, wheel ing. &c. The department commander announces th the following posts have been chartered in thi department viz: Henry Wilson Poet. No.17 chartered May M1892; Patrick Ford, com mander. POtom Post, No. 18, chartered Ma, 5, 189; 8. C. Robb. compander. The folow ing appointments are announced as aida-de eamp) on the department commandoes staff viz: Fred A. Miles, Chas. & Wlderand T.J Burrell, Post 2; J. H. Elliot, 0. C. Ros and T W. Tallmadge, Post 8; F. C. Revells, Poet 9 David Parker and S. W. Bunyea, Post 10; Slis H. Moore, Poet 11: J. Edward Engle, Pote McGirr and J. I. Christiancy, Post 14. COUKECT.ING THE CENSUS. The Total Pepusm- of the Distriet Near: In correcting the census returns Chief Clerl Sylvester of the police department has dim covered an error of 800 short In the sixt precinct. To a 8Tanrpote Mr. Sylveste said that other dcrpniswould increase lb urabout 1,500 admake a total populatiei The Uniem Ex-Prtecsere of War. The District of Columbia A-mnniation, Unios Ex-Prisoners of War, held a regular ameeting a the WashIngton Loan and Trust Compan; building to take further mEtion In regard to lb reunion of the NatIonal LAsociation, Union Em Prisomere of War, during encampment week 11 September. CoL. A. Von Haske, presideni was in the chaIr, and a large number of th comrades of the local association preseni The committees previously appointed report. that the arrangement. were well advanced fo the reumaioneand from rent indications would be the largest gtengof Union ez prisoners held at any time iete war. OrdiefsaThis Evening. Benad. B. Hill, graduate of the class of '91 theologialm department, Howard Universit wizl be ordained at the Second Baptist Chuae this eveaing at 8 o'clock. Rev. J. T. Clark wil pra- the ordulman sermon. The church I em 3d skaeet between H and I northwest. A Ch--==='s sigm. Sua Sing, a Chines la=ndryman, who doe besmm em 8th streed sontheast, was a prisome in the Pois Court today. Sun put a ign I froat et his ple of businems which occupie amore of the idewalk than the law aloun P-asma= Horton ordered him to remove 11 bulb hee ndad his arrest and Imoarceri is. followed. Jdg Esprheard the ema ad aed Sum eor 1Idayes the fern and he west dews to th ell. amarsda Useoi oalys vi on July 16 and '1ull andi2 li Penvanla..l.rmd........ . il, n.pe.. bumrs tmAate Citys, having amglen as --. p.....vn t Astr aC.4eye... estme besaeeg Item - mammnan~. 3 ~ CLAIRNM NOWARWrS STORT. a What Be 9tatth e assaste et the Sham-a= SetAtwelL . GalbHrne Howard, So ngre who det and - billed Edward C. Atwel, &e alime and I Obbi xkemd huom- em at 6 s9kth of Ma hoot, i the ocespade t a seR in "Nardser's -ow" as 6 jan and his trial wil hardly tabs - umil after do = = reeesn at the SDtemee Boyd. Tho efeted his argeS at - Glouesetr last weak, did a clever piee at do teay. work. Enowing a aflged murderer's k brother, he ft prety ar At the ftmer k would cmmunimate with the latter, and upon investigation he lamrned that a horueman had delivered a letter to him whieb he had brought trom the fuiMv. Te emeer wanted to hld ot the oand ao to Iowa, ff the whereabout. of 69 aa whom he wanted. He . .add a getting he letter rom the brother', ast 'Lin a colored ma who was I acquainted with hs. A espy was made and the letter returned to the coat from which it had been plnd. in the t, whkh hfnd to give the plae where it was writ, was a reuest faru to go weast. Th di not give te merm infomeatne, except that the fitive was not very flr of. Thi next thing to owas to learn where the latter was written, ad this was scompliabed b the bearer of tho m undaer rh of lieo. Pa inforustion received e agow fMlt positive that Claiborne would visit Gloucester, ana he the chidf of police of that place and photograph of him. Him The day after the arrest was mda the a& cer reached Gloucester. Identied the and swatted the arrival of the rqli had a conversation with the priam, dur ing which the letter admitted Meshooftbg He aid he was on hin way in froms Ivy City an the nigh of the hasmildo, and be was soe distance ahead of the others, wham Jenmia Ennolds called hin back and maid she had been insulted. Then he went over to the staticn and had some worda with the railroad men. Atwel, he said, struc hin and he staggered and then th-y in che h " was ishis outside and bthought that Atwell was trying get itwhen he rthis hand in his pocket and drew it ml The weapon, he aid went of accidentally anttkilled Atwel. The agelr was surprised at his stateamet of In s% ought to a Of The = pg net, ovouave him better. TE INdUNOTION CONTINUEM. The Canal Company ms Net Cut Of the Water Flwm the 1ml3. At the conclusion of the argument in the Equity Court before Justice Bradley in the cane of Cinell agt. Johnston et al. (trstee of the C. and 0. Canal Co.) without deciding the main questions the justice continued the injunction againut the respondents cutting of the supply of water to the mills on fling the usual injunc tion bond. Messrs. Morris and Hamilton, for the re spondents, claimed that they had a right to re quire new losses of the complainants or at of the water from the mile that something like order be obtained, and the complainants not having complied with the terms of the lease were not entitled to the relief sought. Mesrs. Edwards and Barnard, for the oom at, climed that there would be no low the um of the surplus water, and if out of great damage would result, toed for crrying a Plote. Clarence Diebman, an engraver, was tried in the police Court today on a charge of carrying a I istol. He had some trouble with his land lord, and when arrested a pistol was found on him. There was no claim that he intended to use the weapon. and Judge Harper fined him 020 or sixty days. He was given time to pay the An. The Death Neord. During the twenty-four hour ending at noon today burial permits were issued from the health oflmo for the following: White-Mary K. Burke, 89 yar.; Bridget Creahen. N years; Thom. P. Bohen, 46 years; Lillia Crawford, 11 year; Thos. J. Henr4 years; Daisey Cook. 19 months; Bertha rnon, 4 month@; Chas. Tierney, 8 months. Colored-Julia Dunean, 69 yeas; Ellen Lee, 40 year.; Ann E. Carroll, 55 yeas; Joseph Moore, 88 years; Harriet L. ar, 1 year; Walker T. William. 1 year; Arah Johnson, 2 months; Anna Butler, 2 montha. A GaazN Hop at Ocean City on Saturday night. Go there and mest your friend already ther. Suerb music. Dance till you are weary. Take a both and retire and eep the leep of the just.-Adft. NOT OE SO. Nw. BABY AFTLICTED wrT BAD SORS AND ERUPTIONS. NO RTEE. PERMAN(TL CURED BY THE CUTICURA. Durinr the aumnmer of liM my eishteen-months old inhan* wee so aflteted with erupticeathat ordinary domestic reoedies falled to give any relief. On his hips would often appear the semins' track of a ittle wire-like worm, and an otber parts of Ris body bad -OM earn. and remained till I procured the CUTI. CURA REMEDIES. Por soe time I used themap and ealve without a blood medicine, but they did not do eo veil a when all were need together. It haa now hems nearly a year since the eruption wase healed, and I very muach feared It would return with the warm weather of thie year, but the summer ls passed and not one acre haa appeared on him. Mrs. A. N. WAL.ERn. Careonvil. Se. SOR FROM WAIST DOWN. I had three af the beet phydcianne in Pbdueah and they did me no muod. I ased your CUTICURA REM. EDIES ad they hee cured ame mound and welL. I wee acre from my waist dpwn with eeemso. They have cured me. with no ehpof return. I owe my life to CUTICURA. for wtuta doubt I would have beam in my'rave had It n.M beam for your reedata Allow me to returnanmy inement thank. W. U. QUAIL.7. Paducah. Ey. p CUTICURA nRaIggE p If tha thoomendeof little babima who have been cured of amonisnng. itchiar. burning, bleeding. emly and blotehy Skin and scalpdieee could write, what. hobad of letter. would be received br the proprietor. of the CUTICURA REMEDIES. N1w ea appreciate the , agomy theee little one. eafer. ad when them stgut .ree=e-tea reliave in a ingle appnintcabo the most die I - ec~inmmao end itching and burnig attn die essea, and point to a apeedy end permnt cure, it tIs positively inhuman not to mse theim without a ame ment's delay. Soldeverywhere. Price. CUTICURA. 800. S0AP. inc.. RESOLVENT. 61. Prepared by the POTTER DRUG AND CHEMICAL. CORPORATION. eas. - ....emd..r --.w toCuren Dise..s.. BAS'8M m and. Scalp parised and s.am-aby CUTICURA SOAP. Aboately pure. m HOWF MY SIDE ACrem Aebteg imae and Emk Elp. E~asy end Uterine Pahse nd RheumMn m =r-ED IN ONE MIN UYTE by the CUTICURA ANTI-PAIN PLASTER. PIANOS Wa a uwemammua.. I'R Ne Disappent Yes. I never in miuesmntats apt us sied with rseanble It awl for thi rms camdd. saiPeraih chamer thus myet ornml An Dfise ate olmmbis Coledwith thi I give laug lian. Cm yes do better? Js= Renaw, The AIodoter, it 518 leveath eet. thvet. Narmesy Raw a w Ifetrumma cdead eenlt !am AmeOJ& as LU Without Reserve. JYIS3 lawxo & S0s.er.7th and D stL The FsteSt Tine m Reeerd. Fwthis week ony bottes Onlifornia Wine M 1 1L I and 1184P. ave, nuw. Alilod at samans rates. . y A Zea Ct. 0No reeso heldingeek S.W will buy mny Slm.w Hat in our house. JY1-8 NMso & Box, or. 7th and D sim. Bay Wils & Owts Dhing eri; pis. 36 ents. 19 1etAnu. jyli-im Dog Cullhen ged, Damon. shar ened froo. Dodge' Cutery. WAzronn', 477 eam Ito AU Ban1 Players my there is nothing Mike Wie'. Ye0atn Gum to relieve the parced condition of the throat prodned by overhat in& jyll.t Beet 1 32u"d, 5 gal. Se. Youx. & Co.,714 K. C0stel0M WINo ree stomach trouble. b7-Im A. Hmumu.m & Co. . eller To 7thet. naw.,bfnmkig cleft in Iad~sad~hde Was- t Er l6= said 8 ; alo surm Dandruf. myra-tr Cetelom Wine Is of speeld beseft in ease et dysentery and dierrhem. 01 per quart bottle, 6 bottle, for 5. 7-I= A. Harvarxras a Co. Elitir Babek cure all malarisl dime. Non Name it But to Praise. Wheeler & Wilson's Now i Arm No. . A mrd at lhtMam and wihm. 2O7 Ofie 437 6 s. a.. Casteou Win, cheks and cures snumer Ocminte. A. Barrnur.-a A Co., -1=m 1383 14th at. nw. ReYa1GimeSmedmeverything. Draggit. 10o AMUSEMENTS. - o dle er. 4. sta BATTLEOP GETTEBUG. 35TH STREBT AND 3IO AVENU. Je AY OPEN DAILY. T. WA1, =: . HO.. 21351 S TREET N.W., ALWAYS LEADS ON IOWEST PRICES NOR TEE 1EST NOOTWEAn. OUR ATTRACTIORS THIS WEEK ARE AS 20LLOWS. us Pims LADIEB'.18.50, es AND u3.s3 OEhORD TIES, MANUPACTUREB'S SAM PLES. 51EE353. 3g AND4, WIDTHS A. 3 AND 0, AT 6L.55 PEB PAIL. TEB ARE ON OUR nARGAIN COUNTEE. AROUT 35 PAIES MEN'S S5.5 RUSSIA SAI.P RILUoEER RALS.. SIES MOCTLY. EOM S TO II. AT 68.75 PEE PAIR. MEE'S PATENT CALP RAL. AID CON 61355 AT 65.36 WORTH 66 AND 5.8 PER PAIL. IN PACT OUR WEOL3 STOCK IS TOUES AT RAJZREUPT PEICK8. T.. W ,aE SmoE HOs. 1115 F SmmER N. W., LADliE S. You tilauseo ancessmi er OufstetTe hss earn. ameheuetthess bneessesetheametrae emee.esss. r.untW SLilmbeas. Weath 6.86. SLesak, 6a6g. 61.55 er pair. nemes~ R~aasa1 weemap masse wense.a R8perpk. walk 68.6 etenmhi.inamS.at A. aaeas tepee. - Soy 1n am -m~mMs~uemn maVa. Ma-. W.V - -a WVA lyIN -rf4 EXOUBSIONS, o. GaND =CRSION TO NAT HID" Uldin me a~metas R2INDRIP LODE. 0, 7. L O. I.. WEDSUDAT. JULY 33. M 6 Tcheba sce trip SL Speal arraye of tast wl assempuma I.s. sELECT WOONUIS EECU IOn, Umdar Dkede cc s MUOIO COMMITTEE. 2 STREET BAPTIST CHURCH. @MSmmr RIVER QUEEN TO.INDIAN HEA UAle and Reaesthment a hed. WEDNEBDAY EVENING. JULY 1. boatl ave.S6:9. Ticebtw.3s. 3." Z KUIL aRLI 0 TO DAY RIDOE. .IDA. JULY 15. U.. With Dotes a au 5C9:a.m..12 I pC. 5; Ctbap. (jREAT URD A.D CARNY JOHN URIDGE. Tb* ak 8 emveClub will aive at 5aLm. do- r-P. fant lCm.. ate% round trip. 506- =le h ptn ~ ehrn for boveplac.. A:15t a~..MENA 1:amdp. m., 50 CENTS. QGOXA DACEL 50 CENTS. SAMzAkT l :ZXNG A GS Eam5.vemt93 at 10. From. 7th at. waf every SU~x:rv sof at SJS. 7 %1: tp... , BJAY RIDGE. 610 ROUND TRIP. AT 3:15 &.2. 2:30p.m. 4:" B p."" SUNDAYS: perienced eroma.tm. 3:15 pum. .P ROUND TRP. 3rm CD PARK. JULY 1& 1 15 AND I 7 CESTE BOARPR Asceson andTriperpado GRACE SHANNON And her companay oa Prmtieta Sthsite -me a - Aeromte eA er.u - NJ= PEARL LA ROT. Prof. F. W. TFIURION THE BOY WONDER. AND THE LESTER DROTERS.& Introdudt the pmt agrvelw an dor teats ever Taeon Aeosndon amd Double Pwarsa. t lae AemlntA ad Tfiple DrapS. PROGRAM CHAEGEWT EVERY EVENING Under the ummagemsto anh wedao~mmwa mamsuoeninew PROF. ED. 1.. The twatr ad the pad a garante. far the frtm Take Georgetown and Teumn. own 00% =am& N da. Plenty of open carsand ample aooafttj i'll RIVER VIEW. THE MONARCH AR rim IE1W: SUMMER RESOiRTS RIVR eVIEW. DVRVIEW. WEDNEZSDAY IVRVIEW. WEDNEBDAl. RIE VIW. JULY L 5IVURVIEW JULY 13. jVaR VlIW. USVIEW. FESTIVAL OF PLEASURE. A noo. reat to srand a plewsat day sad evak in.Cool bi...... dpllhttuJ abe. mumat - wew a veritable bamrin al rtw. y dandin. ba el ra tickeE. 1 WD SteYr. I VIEW 40 PIECVIE. us J Pata. aves at 9 W a.mU. M PtW l45.530.6.4Sp. Coming.Hab. RIVER VIEW ..OC. . H.m. ad . in .M M an Inrntioal Regatt. . RIVER'|| ill- RIVER VIEW T.E TOikWA.MTN T HE HART wA'4HlNGOA E9-7 CCUA ALS Eva, OREEN AWN AN W ama.r A. Tus. m"Eas:M e THU to the marad-L The moa ghtfal rdy uscarn oUtedthe erity. Thre ur. at the t view ad thePotoma Oecoa flay. Rahnoes Dymdtha mw. Wood fl"idaw. DErciSa day am "b@ Objectioana p Lite 1=1und EveryThurea9&at 9aum. HetS m. p eeM2v. Hemil J.EVR SATURDAY. :45. to INDIAN HEAD. jyfs WWHOI GRAND CONCERT AT MARSHALL HAL WEDNESDAY EVENINXGJULY 2k By THE FL EIcURIO &a. no11pm ta ad Isam o tok idh ofmarv SOP the asfr5 C04.~. of o1u ",ho rag w sna Vg&ble e,, cil Wcho as **bw,~~~ 12NW!beMl"'r. ML Oft BIECEFE 4d Tean Ul g"a ia. mm- asa a .u seis & fiwSrat a.w. NOSIIZwAJMzs STR10 AMUGA u M L CEDVL UATC3AT JL'M3 tL IOU. Two nawyn ern viE WIN rpi maw ~lff. at~j aas wwrvR -10"wSan. "ft em, I~aMu~ AND PAt L TI F M M IA M SVAY. JuNE 10.AT 3:2SP.M. Mees Am Aslc'b & TOD PKASR A 3m Dwma ~g h-EWUo Aal fo 61km.m 71gp WS6VE U* 351. O 733 OTOUWOS Eb(331 A39D -AM PLEAAEVNIN 73KV bs 63em TWOat Earn eeg 70k shredm gwrb wut bMa3 hat 4:1 4. vao 1b 613Dm.TZLlL IATEN WAnt4Mx U3OS. magnm aft e. ase hii a" Se o Sa EMM~hinme barn17Mb*= s3 aftaei STAGE EXCURSION& ].uWaTe4, TALLY no GVA LEAVEC ul1 SPROFF8I[ONAJL MFla? 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