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.leademy-"Only a Shop Girl."
Columbia-Percy Haswell in "A RoyaJ
Chase's-Ten Ichi and polite vaudeville.
Empire-Murray and Mack's "Shooting
Ie Chutes."
Nernan's-"Merry Maidens."
Lafayette-"The Christian."
National-"My Antoinette."
Steamer Macalester for a forty-mile tril
down the Potomac at 3 p.m.
Steamer Washington for Fortress Monroe
and Norfolk at 6:30 p.m.
Trains have Pennsylvania avenue and
13% street for Alexandria and Arlington
Overy half hour.
Randall line for Colonial Beach, Wirt's
wharf and intermediate landings at 7 a.m.
Cars leave Aqueduct bridge for Arlington,
Fort Myer and Falls Church.
Steam packet Louise leaves 3:d street and
Canal for Great Falls at 8:30 a.m.
Trains leave District line station for Ches
apeake Beach-on-the-Bay at 9:30, 10:40 a.m.
2:40, 4 and 5:30 p.m.
Weems line for Baltimore and river land
ings at 4 p.m.
Seventeen vintage-seasons preceded thr
present one, in which Chris. Xander pressec
Virginia grapes in his city winery in thr
rear of his Mass. ave. warehouse. In tha
presshouse fourteen years ago he, the first
made sweet wine of Port character. Other:
followed, It is to Mr. Xander that Virgini<
owes thanks for having initiated that in
Activity in the winery this season begar
by converting into must the Ives Seedlini
grapes. These being of superlative quality
Chris. Xander's 1102 Ives Claret, after year:
of keeping, cannot fail to develop into t
vintage wine of note. The Norton Seedlini
grapes are the next to be crushed. Up t,
1S08 these were supplied by one large vine
yard only. Gradually greater quantitie:
were needed. At present the product o
seven choice Virginia plantations of rict
iron oxide soil provide the material requisit<
to fill the gap in the storage of successivi
vintages of Chris. Xander's Norton Clare
and his Pride of Va. Port. Both these wines
of high medicinal virtue, by reason of theii
abundant, grand ferric element, are in enor.
mous demand, not only for convalescent!
from grip and typhoid fever in this city, bu
throughout the Union. The Paris expositior
jury in 1100 put the stamp of approval or
both wines by the award of a medal. No
to a small degree has Chris. Xander's suc
cess contributed to improve the lately some
what dejected condition of the grape grow
erg in portions of Virginia, and the bes
Virginia wines are made in Washington.
Irene Chamberlin. a young colored girl
whose home is 1223 I street northeast, fel
froan a street car at 12th and H street:
northeast last night. She was only slightli
Everything cleaned from a tie to a wed
ding dress. A. F. Bornot & Bro., 1103 G at
-when we clean carpets. Perfect work with
out injury to fabrics, guaranteed. Lowes
rates. Drop postal or 'phone for wagons t<
call. M. R. THORP, 488 Maine ave.
A pure and wholesome drink. 4 gallons foi
.60c. Office, 704 11th. 'Phone 062.
An alarm of fire was turned in early last
n!ght because of a slight fire in the chim.
mey at the house of Frederick Whitaker, ir
Fitzhugh court southeast. The blaze was
extinguished hefore any damage was done
Is a delightful blend of high-grade c-ffees,
blended and roasted by experts. Fresh
roasted daily. C. D. Kenny Co.
Spots don't reappear on clothes cleaned b.y
Us. A. F. Bornot & Bro., 1103 G street.
Weakly persons use Speer's Port Grap<
Wine, unfermented Grape Juice or Speer:
Burgundy. It gives tone and strength to th<
system. It is superior to all other wines.
Annoyance and dangers resulting frorr
bursting varicose veins prevented by ap
plying elastic hosiery of proper tension
also trusses, orthopedic apparatuses
crutches, rubber goods, razors, knives, sc:s
sors, surgical instruments. etc. Lenz d
Lossau, formerly Fischer's, 023 7th at. Lad1
From $2 up. A. Eberly's Sons. 718 7th st. n.w
Thomas J. Owen & Son, aucts.. 913 F st
n.w.-Trustees' sale of Nos. 77t, 778, 7H
Navy place s.e.. on Monday, Sept. 22. at 4:3i
p.m. David Moore and Walter G. Davis
Frank W. Dowling. auct.-Trustees' sale
of No. 14301 Samso.n St. n.w.. on Monday
Bept. 22 at 4:3.1 p.m. Ricihard W. T'yler an(
Robert G. Rutherford. trustees.
James W~. Rateliffe. auet., ti20 Pn. ave
n.w.--Sale Cf Noc. til5 Q st. n.w., on Monday
Sept. 22 at 4:30) p.m.
Desirable office rooms for rent
in The Evening"Star building at
reasonable rates, which includes
light, heat and janitor service.
Marine Band at White House.
The band of the Unitcd States MarinE
Corps, William H. Santeimann. leader, will
render the following program at the Whiti
House this afternoon, beginning at 4:3(
March, "Imperial Edward"---.......Sousa
Overture. "Fingal's Cave"..Mendelssohr
(a) Minuet from "Military Sym-,
(b) Caprice "Egiantine". ..Edw. Van Loocli
Grand valso, "Brillante, op. 18"...Chopiri
Mosaic. "Merchant of Venice"..Pinsut!
A German volkslied, "Kommt a Vogel
Ceflogen."' with variations in the style o:
J. S. Bach, Mozart. Verdi, Wagner, Men
delssohn. Meyerbeer. J. Haydn, Johri
Strauss, (Gounod, Beethoven, Brahms,
military march ta la Sousa), by Siegfried
Selection, "The Ameer"-....... Herberi
"Hail Columbia'.....................ylet
The Best is the Cheapest.
Wood's Commercial College has fort
new, up-to-date ty.pewriters, and pupils are
awarded prizes for best work, Why nos
give your son or daughter the best? In the
ead it is the cheapest. Three of the pro.
bissors have had an average experience '
ever thirteen years. See Educational,
Want Buoys in Curriomesn.
A letter has been sent to the lighthouse
board at Baltimore by the officers of thb
=Mamer Harry Randall requesting tha1
two spar buoys be placed on the sand hal
at the entrance to Curricomen bay, Va, Il
bs stated in the petition that when the
nights are dark it is very difficult, evei
with the aid of a searchlight, to locate the
bushes, placed by the steamboat men te
mark the shoal water, and as a steamboa
ges in and out of the bay six times eacl
week they say It should be marked witi
buoys that can be seen.
The Educational Problem 3olved.
I have s,ome to buy a scholarship for m:
r," said a yqung lady in Spencerial
Somice. "I recetved a fine pdultfi
tely after graduating here, hey
the Met my family incurred in par
h eeauship and saw our largi
wU to edueate. each oth
Coittge You ahouni
- eag. 8s$0
Half a Hundred Thousand Pu
pils Return to Study.
Buildings Occupied This Year for the
First Time-The Training
The long and happy days of summer vaca
tion ended, half a hundred thousand school
children of the city will return to their
1 books Monday morning at 9 o-clock. For
the past six weeks the repair corps of the
District government has been working in
defatigably to put the various school houses
of the District into the very best possible
condition for the reception of the army of
pupils. The Commissioners of the District
were until recently much perturbed over
the question of coal for the school furnaces,
but have now secured 2.000 tons of bitu
minous coal and coke, which will keep the
fires going from the first touch of Jack
Frost until the time of Thanksgiving, the t
last of November.
A very persistent rumor has been going i
the rounds to the effect that the schools I
would not open until after the encampment i
of the Grand Army of the Renublic, which
is to be held here the second week of Octo- i
her. There has never been any foundation
for this talk, however, and the schools will 1
open on schedule time and continue open p
throughout the encampment. It is probable, A
however, that the educational authorities <
aill follow the lead of the President of the i
United States and the District Commis.ion- o
ers in closing the departments October 8,
the day of the great parade, and will close
the schools also in order that the children t
may witness the mighty pageant of the n
patriots of 't-'65.
Teachers Very Busy.
The school authorities have been occupied i
of late preparing for the annual fall open- t
ing. School books and supplies have been
pretty well distributed at the various build
ings throughout the District, and the teach
ers have all been assigned to their respec
tive statigns. Each year there are a num
ber of changes in the large teaching corps,
but in the main the teachers will again go
over the fields with which they are so fa
miliar and through which they so ably con- r
duct the little men and women of the com- -
munity. Cards of admission have been is
sued by the thousands during the past
week. The children who have been to
school before, take on new duties this fall
as a result of promotions to the next higher
grade. A few in each section remain behind
their comrades to make up the delinquen
cies of the last season. These have a new
determination to do their best and if pos
sible to overhaul those who now leave them 1
In the kindergartens and in the lowest1
grades of the grammar schools the timid
little boys and girls who are just beginning
their school career will on Monday n.orn
ing make an acquaintance with "'teacher,"1
whom each and every one of them wIll learn 1
to dearly love before the session is a month
At the high schools the graduates of last
June will be missed. But filling out the
rester of each of these institutions will be
the heavy installments from the eight
grades of the graded schools, who are just
beginning their four years of the higher
training granted by the public system.
In the manual training schools, the finest]
and most magnificently equipped institu
tions the city has ever known in its public]
school history, the workers with muscle as<
well as with brain will take up their Ia- -
bors amid surroundings and conver.iences
such as any community might well be
proud of.
The Authorized Schedule.
The school authorities have made out a
schcdule which It is desired that the clil
dren shall follow Monday morning. It is
important that all the children should be
made acquainted with this schedule, and It
Is herewith given in full:]
"All pupils in advanced classes will re
port for enrollment at 9 a.m. All pupils
having "conditions" to remove will be ex
amined at their several schools at 9 a.m.
'At the same hour all persons from out
side schools desiring to enter the advanced]
classes of the high schools will be examined
at the Central High school; those for the
Manual Training School at the William
McKinley School.
"All pupila entering the high and manual<
training schools from the eighth grades
will report at t-heir several schools for en- I
rollment at 11 a.m.
"Tuesday. September 23, at 9 a.m., an]
examination for entrance to the several
white high schools, including the Business,
School, will be held at the Central High
School. 7th' and 0 streets northwest. All
candidates for this examination are required
to confer with the director of high schools
at his office In the Central High School on
or before Monday, September 22.
"At the same hour a like examination for
entrance to the M Street High School will
be held In that building. All candidates
must confer with the principal of that
school on or before Monday, September 22.
"At the same hour, 9 a.m., Tuesday, Sep
tember 23, examinatIons for entrances to
the William McKinley and General Arm
strong Manual Training School. will be
held in the building of those schools, All 4
oandidates for these examinations must
confer with the respective principals on or
before Monday, September 22. No pupils
who have been attending the graded schools
of' the city will be p41-mitted to take these
examinations without a written order from
the superintendent of the schools."
Teachers' meetings are being held this I.
afternoon in the various high school build
ins, where the staffs are being organised
and the work of the school term being map
ped out according to the curriculumn pre
scribed by the board of education. --. 1
The enrollment in the schools - lst year
was In the neighbofilood of 47,060 pupils.
It is estimated that there will this year be
an increase of about 900 pupils. As in
crease of between 800 and 9001 was poted
mlast year, and Is abouat the normal Increase
expected from year to year Is e growing
of.u Wahnto's ibm.
asmber' of new Uh.biswl.be
omeanied this ~Utpt g I ier
these is the 5bhw MiTtaIN
ompanying and adjoining shops, is one of
he most complete institutions of its kind
n any public school system. Its cost was
bout $'200,000, and great pains were taken
n each detail of its construction. It is cx
ected that the enrollment here during the
oming term will be close to 400 pupils. The
:ourse is one covering four years, just as
s the cass in the other high schools, for
he manuil training institutions are also
mown as technical high schools and are
lassed on the plane with the higher educa
lonal establishments. There is to be a two
rears' course for boys and girls who are
mnable to take the full course of four years.
The General Armstrong Manfal Training
school, on P street between 1st and 3d
treets northwest, is to the colored children
of the city what the McKinley school is to
he white. The Armstrong school, like the
deKinley, has just been completed and is
is thorough in every respect. Both build
ngs represent the best thoughts of archi
ects interested in school works.
Other New Structures.
Other new school buildings to be occupied
donday are the Emery, a twelve-room
uilding in Eckington; four-room buildings
n Kenilworth and Fetworth; the Morgan,
!ight rooms, on Florida avenue, between
.7th and 18th streets northwest, named
Lfter the late Thomas B. Morgan, District
ommissioner; Syphax. eight rooms, South
washington, on Half street. between N and
) streets, named after the late William
yphax, school trustee, and the Langston,
ight rooms, on P street, between North
,apitol and 1st streets, named after the
ate John M. Langston. These new build
ngs will provide accommodations for 2,000
nore pupils and will result in doing away
with a number of the half-day schools
vhich were made necessary because of lim
ted space. All the new structures are pro
,ided with modern chairs and desks, which
an be adjustcd to the size of the child.
The Kindergarten System.
The increase of $5,000 in the appropria
ion this year for kindergartens has en
.bled the superintendent to establish two
Lew kindergartens, one in the Emery
Ichool and one in the Morgan. Additional
indergartens will be provided at Langdon,
ongress Heights and Tenleytown. A man
al training school is also to be established
a Tenleytown. A new cooking school will
e installed in the Emery, in Eckington, and
robably at Congress Heights. The old St.
Lnn Church edifice at Tenleytown, pur
hased last year by the government, will be
tted for manual training and the teaching
f cooking.
Congress at its last session appropriated
2,500 for pianos for new schools, the first
ime an appropriation has been specifically
riade for musical instruments. Each of
he new buildings will have a piano con
equently. Heretofore such instruments
ave been purchased for the various build
rgs through funds raised by the pupils and
$48.25 to California.
Vith stop-over privileges. Through sleep
rs to Los Angeles and San Francisco, per
onaily conducted. Berth, $7. A. J. Poston,
eneral agent, No. 511 Pa. ave. n.w.-Advt.
Money to lend at 4, 5 and 6 per cent on
eal estate. Frank T. Rawlings, 1505 Pa. ave.
New Tender for River Forts.
The officers stationed at Fort Wash
ngton artillery sta'tion have been trying
or the past year to have a launch, larger
han the little Col. Hamilton, now in ser
'ice at the fort, assigned to Fort Washing
on as a dispatch boat. It is now stated
hat their efforts will be successful and by
he first of next month it is expected the
iew boat will be here. She is said to be
orty feet long and is quite fast and will
e used to transport the officers and men
o and from the fort and this city and to
arry supplies. Owing to the lack of speed,
he Col. Hamilton, the tender now In ser
ice at the fort, has made Alexadria the
nd of her trips, but the new launch will
nlake daily trips to this city.
11.28 to Baltimore and Return via
B. & 0. R.,
Nvery Saturday and Sunday, valid for re
urn until Sunday only. ' Last train leaves
laltimore 12 midnight Sunday night. Tick
ts good on all trains except Royal Limited.
Pupils Who Enter College.
A number of the pupils of the Friends'
elect School enter the various colleges
uring this month. F. Ray Howe, Ran
olph Simpson and Paul Oberndorf enter
~rinceton, after having passed their en
rance examinations without conditions.
Iorace H. Custis has been admitted to
ohns Hopkins upon examination. Frances
~owers and Marguerite Evans go to Vassar
pon the certificate privilege which the
chool has, had for the past seven years.
larbara Kauffmann goes to Smith College
pon the- same conditions.
Besides these pupils who enter college,
he following have passed their preliminary
r first examinations for college, butl will
pend another year at the school, preparing
or the finals which will occur next June:
Por Princeton, John H. Cunningham; for
larvard, James H. Watson; for the Massa
husetts Institute of Technology, Parker
r. Dodge and John R. Grunwell; for Tale,
lenry Martyn Hoyt and Robert Fairbanks,
,nd for the University of Pennsylvania,
Valter C. Foster.
Branch OffRee, 14th and Wellung Place.
Advertisements are received at The Star's
ranch offiee, Epply's pharm-.y corner
4th street and Welling place, at regular
at.es. No charge for messenger.
Convicted on Three Charges.
Wesley Johnson, colored, a resident of
leorgetown, was convicted In the Police
fourt this morning on three charges and
inee amounting tL 335 were imposed by
udge Kimball, with an aggregate sentence
if 105 days' imprisonment" in default of
Johnson was .arrested near his home last
tight by Policeman Bloony for creating a
listurbance on the 'street. A shorti time&
fter bie was locked up his wife Isabella anda
'aes Walker, cooedappeared at the
tation. anseach peeferwed. a charge of as
ault again2st himn.
When arra*gned -in the 'Pilice Court this
aor:inig Johnson admitted, that ho h.4 en&
raged in misconduct and that he rk
Walker. He denied t~the hi hi a *
tut the evidenceccf te0u$t
Le had, and he was*du ggg
- . a uata Stt.
The recelIesa or th eeiim utteri
CoinBany,1Mains E. - S ,
Southeie ~Parker, D. ianew m4a ,D. !
O'Doneghue, have repaild - the'upreI
Court of the DistrlctPt *olumbia ti
since the affairs Of "tre 4ompany .we
placed. in the hands ereelvers. June
last, sufficient money hrs been collected
pay claims aggregating p*2&90, and
leave a balance in casref $2123.20.
The court is inforn iat the pla
was continued in opersaon1 rom the tir
it went into the hands dt the receivers u
til the new butterine law Went into effei
that all supplies which had been contract
for were used to prevent the stockholde
from suffering loss; that interest
the first mortgage has been paid, a:
monthly payments of $1,000 have be
made on cars contracted for before t
time of the receivership. Further, the i
ceivers state that care has been exercis
to prevent the filing of any c'aims agair
the company which might result in.attac
ments and legal entanglements, and eve
effort has been made to close the accour
which are due to the company.
The special Friday and Saturday event:
excursions to Old Point and Norfolk giv
by the Norfolk and Washington Steambc
Company continue popular despite the lai
ness of the season. These trips afforde
ceptional opportunities for those who i
sire to spend a few days out of town 1
fore settling in their city homes. Ticke
are sold at reduced rates and are good
return, leaving Old Point and Norfolk Su
day and Monday evenings. The steamers
this line lack nothing to make the sail doi
the river enjoyable. They are heated
steam, lighted by electricity and have e
cellent cafes. They leave the wharf, fc
of 7th street, at 6:30 p. m. and reach N<
folk early the following morning. Dal
connections are made there with Old I
minion liners for New York and with Mc
chant and Miners' steamships for Bostc
Tomorrow at 3 o'clock the steamer Chi
Macalester will make another one of the
delightful sails of forty miles down t
Potomac and return, giving all who go
continuous river ride. of eighty miles wit
out making a stop. Returning, the steal
er will reach home about 8 o'clock p. m. T
scenery along the river and the evenii
sunset at this time of year are magniflcc1
The cafe on the steamer will serve me
and lunches during the entire run and x
freshments can be had at city prices.
High School Books, New and Secon
hand. Lowdermilk & Co., 1426 F st.-Ad,
Literary Society Elects Officers.
The Azarias Literary Society of St. Johr
College, on Vermont avenue, held its a
nual election of officers yesterday. Der
E. Connell was elected president; Jc
Thomas Fitzgerald, first vice president; J
seph K. Albert, second vice president; Jam
E. Nolan, secretary; Daniel A. Ryan, trea
urer, and Joseph F. Fitzgerald, libraria
The committees will be iappointed at
meeting to be held the coming week.
The society consists -of the members
the college and commercial departmen
and has been newly invigorated by the a
mission of the ,membere of the freshm,
class. The object of the society is to i
miliarize the students with the methods ai
usages for carriyng one meetings and d
$1.00 to Frederick, Keelysville, foi
Antietam, " Hagerstown,. Harper's Ferr
Martinsburg and Winchrester, via Baltimo
and Ohio railroad,-:Sunday, September i
by special train leaving Washington 8:
a.m. Returning, Winchester and Hager
town at 6; Martinsburg. 6:15; Keedyavill
6:20; Harper's Ferry and Frederick, 7 p.1
same day. These are felightful trips ai
at a season when the cogntry is beautiful.
Because He Had Troubles.
Orrin Orrison swallowed two ounces
laudanum last evening in an effort to er
his life, and when he reached the Eme
gency Hospital it was with difficulty the
Dr. Stuart and his assistants aroused hi
from what promised to be his last slee
Orrison is a mechanic, twenty-one yeai
old, and lives at 600 K street northwes
"Because I had troubles," is what he r
plied when asked why he had swallow(
the poison.
His father visited him at the hospit
later in the day. Today the young m
was so much improved that he was ab
to leave the hospital.
Perfect Flowers and Perfect Result
Consult Gude about the floral deooratioi
for weddings. Results always please. 1224 :
Threw Paint on Her Dress.
Complaint was made to the police of ti
sixth precinct last night of the condu<
of an unidentified young colored manc
Massachusetts avenue northwest betwe4
6th and 7th streets. Miss Emily Dove
511 Massachusetts avenue was on her wa
home, she reported, when the colored ma
threw a Quantity of paint on her dress.
description of the colored man was fu:
nished, and the police will endeavor to al
prehend him.
I have daily inquiries for houses for rei
from $20 to $50 per month and can secu:
permanent tenants for owners with vaca1
properties. Prompt remittances of rent
H.LRozier Dulany, 1320 F st.--Advt.
Admiral George Dewey Command.
At a special meeting of the executi'
committee of the United States Naval Ve
erans of the Spanish-American war he
last evening, consisting of Capt. Jos.:
McCrink. Commander Charles Prospes
Lleut. H. C. Porter and Chaplain I. P. Da
a communication was received from A,
miral Geo. Dewey. U. S. N., granting tl
request' of the veterans to name their con
mand in- his, honor.. The .command w
hereafter be known as "Admiral Geor
Dewey 'Command." United States Nav
Veterans o~f the Spanish-American War
Arrangements are in progress for a amoke
t'o be given.at the next regular meeting.
Poland, Poland., Poland. Polani
Purest natural sprlpg wateren ea art:
Prescribed by leading gpys3iausifbr fever
Sold .by G. 0. Coramieli t S,Wasingtbi
Last Ettf Arcieb
The remains of Me*r Robeid A. Dii
mick of this city, who aied iht Bath, N. 1
last Wednesday, were rlnte$eed in the A
lington national cemetery yesterday afte
noon, in othe presenoe d of 3relatives ar
friends of the .leceaseideding represel
tatives of Georgiae Pose Nb. 1; G. A. I
of which deceased- wa& a 'nember. :Re]
glous services were conucWt6 by Rev. Jol
Varn Schaick,. pastor FUniversali
Church, and the pibr were: Mr'.
'Auer, Capt.- J. M. PIV,'. W. E. Wii
an'd Mr' i. W. Webb.
$1.25 To Baltime @d etua $1
Via Pennsylvada ilrad
Tickets on:sale,Astur4ay 4Puuday, Sn
tember40 and *1 GOod .to reurn until mal
n5tSunday, the 21at. -All trains eies
oormonal Idited.-AVt.
-upn the Na,ttawanam Shcmu
The 1Ihtdouse tender Maple istsow eu
ployed in iiscnt the blaek -sie bus
new est ci , tNa,Wani
aEMiE near IDn.ean Mi aseamettuy
am. "Swee An UI o .
tM Re aa rsmne at Naseigh
otel Iast Evinug.
me dinner was gl1 t 'atthe Hotel Raleigh
,last evening is honor of -Gen. William H.
R. Forwood, who recently retired from the
no . of of surgeon general of the army. The
at participants - were Brig. Gen. George M.
re Sternberg, retired; Burg. Gen. Waiter Wy
27 man, United States Marine Hospital Serv
to ice; Surg. Gen. P. I. Rtxey, U. S. N.; Colo
to nel Girard and Major Davis of the army;
Drs. I. S. Stone, James -Kerr and J. M. Ca
nt bell, Dr. Edward Ricketts of Cincinnati.
ne Colonel De Witt, Colonel Tilton, Majors
n- Kean and Reed of the - army, Drs.
t; -chnider, Acker, Fangoney, Cook, Mce
ed Laughlin, Reid, Byron, White, Van Rene,
r8 salaer, Nicholas, Nash, Holden, Badie,
o Wilmer,' Lorne, Johnson, Hunt,. Cober,
I Shands, Reyburn, Bannister, B6eie, Bur
en nett, Fletcher, Bayne, Crooke, Walshe and
e Health Officer Woodward.
at Quality is what makes price. If Burnett's
h- Vanilla Extract was no better than other
ry extracts its price would be the -me.-Advt.
Good Bass Pishing.
Black bass, which have been very scarce
in the river, seem to be returning and good
catches are reported fromdown-riverpoints.
Bass are said to be particularly numerous
at in Potomac creek, near Quantico, and a few
a days ago Mr. Maurice Faunce of this city,
with ,two others, caught 150 pounds with
x_ hook and line in a .few hours. The fish
e- ranged in size from one to four pounds
e- each. With a small net Mr. Robert Jen
t nings took 2,500 pounds of bass in Potomac
creek yesterday on one haul. His net was
to so crowded with the fish that it was only
n- with difficulty it was brought ashore.
of -
en A Most Delightful Autumn Resort
by -is Chevy Chase Inn. Very desirable for
x- those returningfrom the seashore and moun
ot tains. First-class accommodations. Excel
r- lent table. Rooms single and en suite, with
ly or without bath, reserved by applying to Mr.
o-. Geo. A. Mills, Jr. 'Phone Chevy Chase 571.
r- -Advertisement.
1s. -$10.00 Niagara Pails Excursion
se Via B. & O. R. R.
te Leaving Washington 8:30 a.m., September
a 25. Special through train of day coaches
h- and parlor care. Stopovers returning. Tick
n. ets good for ten days, via -Philadelphia and
he famous Lehigh Valley route.-Advt.
t. Sons and Daughters of Maine.
Is The executive board of the Sons and
Daughters of Maine held its first meeting
of the season with Mr. Walter Higgins,
president, Thursday evening and decided to
give a reception to the G. A. R. of Maine
at their hall, 522 6th street, Saturday even
ing, October 4. This will be the first regu
lar meeting of the society for the season.
' - It was also decided to issue a handsome
n- booklet, giving the names and addresses of
is all its members, and Dr. A. Patten, George.
s. W. Hall and R. A. Dinsmore were appoint
o- ed a committee for this purpose. They
es were also appointed , to draft a new
constitution for the society. Messrs.
s- Higgins, Thomas and Fernald were ap
n. pointed a committee on reception, and
a Messrs. Dacosta and Dinsmore on enter
of The Maine society was originated by R.
ts A. Dinsmore, and it is claimed to be the
d- oldest state society in this city. Its object
in is to bring into closer touch the natives of
a- the state residing in Washington and to
id keep alive the memories and traditions of
e- , the state from which they come. It is pure
ly social in its functions and does not per
mit politics to enter its portals. It em
braces in its membership many of the lead
ing persons of the social and business life
y, of Washington.
' Rememaber Union Trust & Storage Co.
s- -1414 F st. n.w., pays interest on deposits
e, subject to check in its banking department.
n. -Advertisement.
- Flynn's Business College, 8th and E.
Business, shorthand, typewriting, $25 a year.
f Condition of Mr. Stinemets Improves.
d The condition of Mr. B. H. Steinemetz,
who for the past several days has been
seriously ill at his residence, 1531 P street,.
northwest, in this city, is reported to be
much better today. It is thought that Mr.
- Steinemetz is on a fair way to recovery
t- now and his gradual improvement is an
'a Pimples, Blackheads, Red
"tRough, Oily Skin
Prevgnted by
ij Millions of people use CUTICU
p. RA SOAP, assisted by CUTICURA
1, OINTMENT, for preserving, puri
~fying and beautifying the skin, for
clansing the scalp of crusts, scales
and dandruff, and the stopping of
1falling hair, for softening, whitening
jand soothing red,- rough and sore
had,for baby rashes, itchings and
chafings, and for all the purposes of
the toilet, bath and- nursery. Mil
-. lions of Women use CUTICURA
SOAP in the form of baths for an
~. noying irritations, inflammnations and
excoriations, or too free or offensive
perspiration, in the form of washes
for ulcerative weaknesses and for
~., many sanative purposes. CUTI
r- CURA4 SOAP combines in one soap
at one price the best skin and comn
Splexion soap and the best toilet, bath
L, and baby soap in. the.world.
o eenisting of CUTIOURA SoAP, sile., to
eaiethe skin of crnsts and scales and seften the
It thicken ctiele; CUTICUR OINMN, oe,,
se tion and sooth sa el and CUTIOURA RE
30LVueT PULl . to cool and -eleans the
blood. A SINGLE SW1 osting- but dse dollar, Is
P11L4 Oheelte Coat
- -r anw *-== oderle s mical sub
eens- t to one
Reieie are sold *h== *e the wrd
British : sT-M iarterboe ueLa..
Enoh Re de-a Prate. ~as
a, "E OP 40 rg
>ir Department Apprapration DI.
trib%tsd by thr Cnmanneasaar
The contingent appropriation of the re
department, amounting to $14,000, has been
apportioned by the Commiamioners as fol
ilowa: $3,600 for gas and electric lighting,
$3,500 for horseshoeing, $800 for laundry.
3850 for ice, 1300 for coal oil, $250 for bar
ness, 3150 for Sags and $,200 for other
items including furniture, fixtures, medical
an4 stable supplies, stationery, printing
and blanks.
- The appropriation of $14,000 for the gen
eral aupplies and repairs of the electrical
department has been apportioned as fol
hria: 3,800 for labor and services, $4,150
for telephone rental, $220 for tools and hard
ware, $450 for wire, $400 for poles, $105 for
underground supplies, $500 for cable, $400
for line supplies, $420 for batteries and bat
tery supplies. $150 for ice, coal, washing,
i000 for stable expenses, $700 for office. ex
penses, $400 for repairs and maintenance,
$500 for Instruments and apparatus, $120 for
rent of store room, $30 for cartage, $200 for
miscellaneous aupplies, 3305 for renewing
battery plates and 8250 for the purchase of
ten wires already strung.
High School Books, New and Second
hand. Lowdermilk & Co., 1426 F st.-Advt.
Club Incorporated.
A certificate of incorporation of the Bar
tenders' Union Club has been placed on
record, it being organized for social and
benevolent purposes. The incorporators
are Joseph J. Crowley, Herman Berger and
Fritz Frede.
Run Down
That is the condition of thousands
of pecple who need the stimulus of
pure blood.
They feel tired all the time.
- Every task, every responsibility,
has become hard to them, because
they have not the 'strength to do nor
the power to endure.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Is the medicine for this run-down
condition. It purifies the blood,
gives strength and vigor.
Should be read daily, as changes may occur at
any time.
FOREIGN MAILS are dispatched to the ports of
sailing daily, and the schedule of closings is ar
ranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted
overland transit. For the week ending September
27, 1902, the last connecting closes will be made
from the MAIN OFFICE as follows:
MONDAY-(a) At 7:15 P.M. for EUROPE. per
B.s. *Kronprins Wilhelm. from New York, via Ply
mouth, Cherbourg and Bremen. (c) At 11:25 P.\t.
for ITALY direct, per s.s. Liguria, from New York.
Mail must be directed "Per a.m. Liguria."
TUESDAY-(a) At 7:15 P.M. for EUROPE, per
B.s. St. Paul. from New York, via Southampton.
Mail for IRELAND must be directed "Per s.s. St.
Paul." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for EUROPE, per a.s.
Oceanic. from New York, via Queenstown.
WE)NESDAY--(a) At 7:15 P.M. for EUROPE,
per s.s. Columbia, from New York, via Plymouth,
Cherbourg and Hamourg. Mail for EIRANCE must
be directed "Per s.s. Columbia." (c) At 0:15 P.M.
La Touraine, from New York, via Havre. Mail for
other parts of EUROPE must be directed "Per s.a.
La Toursine."
FRIDAY-(e) At 11:25 P.M. for NETHERLANDS
direct, per s.s. Rotterdam. from New York. Mail
must be directed "Per s.s. Rotterdam." (c) At
11:25 P.M. for BELGIUM direct, per s.c. Zeeland,
from New York. Mail must be directed "Per s.S.
Zeeland." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for EURlPE, per s.s.
Lucania, from New York. via Queenstown. (c) At
11:25 P.M. for SCOTLAND direct. per s.m. An
choria. from New York. Mail must be directed
"Per s.s. Anchoria." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for ITALY
direct. per s.s. Lahn, from New York. Mail must
be directed "Per a.m. Lahn."
*PItINTED MATTER, ETC.-This steamer takes
printed matter, commercial papers and samples for
GERMANY only. The same elass of mail matter
for other parts of EUROPE will not be sent by thIs
ship unless specially directed by her.
MONDAY-(d) At 6:20 A.M. for ARGENTINE,
URUGUAY and PARAGUAY, per s.s. Coronada,
from New York. (c) At 11:25 P.M. for CENTRAL
AMERICA (except Costa Rica) and SOUTH PA
CIFIC PORTS, per a.s. Seguranca. from New York,
via Colon. Letter mail for GUATEMALA must be
directed "Per s.s. Seguranca."
TUESDAY--(d). At 12:00 M. for JAMAICA, per
s.s. Admiral Dewey, from Boston. (c) At 11:25
P.M. for MAYAQUEZ. per as.. Pathfinder, from
New York. Mail for other parts 6f PORTO RICO
must be directed "Per a.s. Pathfinder." (-No regis
tered mail dispatched by this steamer.) (c) At
11:25 P.M. for NORTHERN BRAZIL, per as.
Gregory. from New York, via Pars and Manaos.
(c) At 11:25 P.M. for the BAHAMAS, per u.s. An
tilia, from New York. Mall must be directed "Per
s.s. Antilia." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for TURKS IS
okee, from New York. (c) At 11:25 P.M. for LEE
DUTCH and FRENCH GUIANA, per a.s. Fonta
belle, from New York. Mall for GRENADA and
TRINIDAD must be directed "Per a.s. Fontabelle."
WEDNESDAY-(c) At 11:25 P.M. for CAM
per e.s. Havana. from New York. Mail for other
parts of MEXICO must be directed "Per s.s. Ha
vans." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for BRAZIL, per u.s.
Grecian Prince, from New York, via Pernamibuco
and Santos. Mail for NORTHERN BRAZIL must
be directed "Per u.s. Grecian Prince." (c) At 11:25
P.M. for the BAHAMAS and the PROVINCE OF
SANTIAGO, CUBA, per 'u.s. Yucatan, from Newv
THIURSDAY-(d) At 12:00 M. for JAMAICA, per
s.s. Admiral .Samptson, from Boston. (c) At 11:26
P.M. for MEXICO, per s.s. Matanzas, from New
York. via Tampico. Mail must be directed "Per
s.s. MatanEas." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for INAGUA
and HAITI, per u.s. P'aloma, from New York.
FRIDAY-(d) At 12:00 M. for the AZORES IS
LANDS, per u.s. Cambroman, from Boston. (c) At
11:25 P.M. foi- BERMUDA, per s.s. Pretoria, from
New York. (e) At 11:25 P.M. for PORtTO RICO,
per u.s. Coamo, from New York, via San Juan.
(c) At 11:25 P.M. for CURACAO and VENIEUELA,
per u.s. Maracsibe, from New York. Mail for SA
VANILLA and CARTAGEiDA must be directed "Per
u.s. Maracaibo." (c) At 11:25. P.M. for FORTUNE
anid GREYTOWN, per u.s. Alleghany, from New
York. Mail - for COSTA RICA must be directed
"Per u.s. Allegh:any." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for
GRENADA and TRINIDAD, per u.s. Maracas, frOm
New York.
SATURDAY-(d) At 6:20 A.M. for ARGENTINE,
URUGUAY and PARAGUAY, per u.s. Belgium
King. from New York.
Mails for NEWFOUNDLAND, by rail to North
Sydney and thence via steamer, close here daily,
except Sundays, at 12:00 M., and on Sundays at
11:80 A.M. The connecting closes are made on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. (d) (k)
Mails for MIQUELON, by rail to Boston and
thence via steamer, close here daily, except Sun
days, at 12:00 M., and on Sundays at 11:30
A.M. (d) (k)
00JBA MAILS close here via Port Tampa, Fla.,
Mondays, Wedneadays and Saturdays at 3:00
P.M. (h)
Mails for MEXICO overland, unless specially ad
dressed for dispatch by steamers sailing from New
York, close hers daily at 10:30 A.M. and 10:00
P.M. '(f) (h)
GUATEMALA, by rail to New Orleans and thence
via qteamer, close here dail at 10:30 A.M, and
10:00 P.M., the connecting cloe for which being
ein Mondays. (f) (h).
Mails for COSTA RICA, by.. rail to New Orleans
and thence via steamer, close here daily at 10:30
A.M. and 10:00 P.M., the connecting closes for
which being on Tuesdays. (f) (h)
Mails for *OHINA, JAPAN. HAWAII, and Brat
class mnatter for the IPHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via
San Francisco, close here daily at 6:30 P.M. up to
September 22, inclusive, for dIspatch per s..
Doric. (o)
Malls for tha ?PHILIPPIE ISLANDS, via San
Francisco, close here diyat 6:30 P.M. up to Sep
tember 25, inclusive,' for dsthper U. S. tras
port. (o)
Mails for HAwAII, via San Francisco, close here
dal at 6:30 P.M. up to Speber 29, inclusive,
for diptch per s. a ed. (ob
-Mails for *CHINA and JAPAN, via Vancouver
and Victoria, B. C., close here aiyat 6:30 P.M.,
up to September 30, inclusive, for 4lpteh pe .5.'
eiall addres.MercadIefo the U.S. Posta
at Shanghai cannot be forwarded via 0an
M fr CHIA,JAPAN, AwAII ad first.
class- matter- for the.-3PRK -38R ISNDS,- via
San Francisco, cle!e here diyat 6:8 P.M. up to
October 2, inclusive, for dsa per s.s. Nippon
Met .( - ~ ~ ~ 5t
s Law
frm o hr
"losttr" and Leading Imported Beern
always on dra ght at Hotel Engel, opp. B.
&-0. depot. LAdies' and gentlemen's dining
tooms upstairs. Finest broiled live lobster
in -town.. Club sandwiches and other good
things to eat. Excellent service. it
The Most Delicious Crackers Are
"Havenner's Waferettes."
No matter when you serve them, they'll
always be found crisp and appetizing. Excel
lent with oysters and soups. Packed in red
moisture-proof pkgs. At leading grocers'. 6c.
When Ordering Table Beverages
drop postal or 'phone 222, Nat. Capital
Brewing Co., for a case of "Muenchener" or
"Diamond." They're the best because the
purest. Case of 2 dozen, $1.25, delivered. It
Michael Miller. thirty-five years old, living
at 229 B street northwest, fell from a street
car near the Baltimore and Ohi#) depot about
9:30 o'clock last night and was slightly in
jured. He received no police assistance.
Sewing Xachine Renting, 10c. a Day,
at Auerbach's, 7 & H. Investigate. it
Hotel Johnson Cafes.
Choice oysters and game coming in. Noted
brands from the finest beds arriving daily.
Midday lunch, table d'hote dinner and a is
carte service. it
Lynn Haven Oyster House,
1212 E street' northwest, now open for the
season. We know oysters in every sense
of the word. Family trade solicited. it
500 Boys' Sweaters, 44c.Worth Double.
C.Auerbach,7&L Sax. WoolJack. & Sweaters.
For Children's Photos go to Estabrook.
All the Ladies Are Invited
To Inspect our Colonial Antique Furniture
and Br'c-a-brac, embracing rare and beau
tiful pieces. The Ridenour Co.,1215G at. n.w.
Oil Heaters Have Advanced
At the fact3ry, but not by us as yet. While
these last, you can get them here at last
winter's prices. What care you if coal is
$10 ton? W0c. will buy 5 gal. best lamp and
stove oil. Hopkins', 422 0th st. n.w. se17-6t
Opening of C. Auerbach's, 7 & H,
29th Annual Importation Of Saxony Wool
German Hand-knit Jackets And Sweaters.
Hot Tamales and Chili
At the Ranch, No. 507 F at. n.w. Open till
midnight. 'Phone E-846-M. mh6-s,tf
A Fancy Flour at a Common Price.
"Star of the East," our very best brand,
for a while, $4.75 per bbl., at J. T. D.
Pyles' six stores, including 048 La. ave.
See Estabrook's $4 Photos. 1227 Pa. ave.
Winds tan, roughen, redden. coarsen
counteract them, using Satin-Skin Cream
and Satin-Skin Powder, 25c. Palais Royal.
W'E TJI|iDE From N.Y. Jan. 10. by S.S.
U , [email protected] Moltke to Porto Itico. St.
Thomas, Martinigne. (Mt. Pele.'). Barbados, St.
Vincent, Jamaica, Cuba, Nassau, &c., 22 days, cost
$125 upwards.
from N.Y., Feb. 7, by A. Victoria. to Madeira, Gib
raltar, Alhambra, Algiers. Genon. Riviera. Malta,
Nauplia, Kalamaki (Corinthl. Athens, 'onstanti
nople, Damascus, Baalbwk, Palestine. Egypt. Syra
cuse, Messina. Palermo, Naples, Genoa, &c.-74
days, cost $350 and up.
Send for illustrated pamphlets, rates, &c.
E. F. DROOP & SONS, 2 Pa. ave.
New England.. .Sept. 24 jMerion (new)... .Oct. 15
Commonwealth... Oct. 8 New England....,Oct. 22
Saloon. $65 and $80 upward, acruing to steamer.
Second saloon, $40. Third-elaas at low rates.
Cambroman.Sept. 27 iCambroman..Nov. 5
Vancouver..Oct. 18| Vancouver..ov.
Saloon rates, $00 upward. Se-comnd saloon, $80.
For steamer plans. etc.. address DOMLIION
LINE. Boaton, or GEO. W. MOSS. 1141 G at. m.w..*
Washington. . C. je17-t.th.s-8t.24
Kronprins.Sept. 28, 9 am iKronprinz.Oct. 21, 10 am
Kaiser.. ..Oct. 7, 10 am Kaiset.. . doy. 4, Sa
Kalserin. .Oct. 14, 10Oam Kronprinx.Nov. lS Sam
Cherbourg-Pouthamfpton, Alternately, and Bremee.
Bob's'l'n.Sept. 25. 10 am~ Kurruerst.Oct. 18. 10 am
Bremen. ..Oct. 2. 10 am IBremnen. . .Nov. 13. 10 am
Friedrich. . ct. 9, 10 am Friedrich..Nov. 27, 10 am
Apply to E. F. DROOP. 925 Pa. ave.,
fe3-312t Agent for Wasbingtos.
Direct Line to Hayre-Paris (France).
Sailing every Thursday at 10 a..
From Pier No. 42. North River. toot Morton at..N3.1.
*La Touraine.. ..Sept. SiLa Champagne.. .0et. S
La Savnie...Ot. 2 *La Lorraine.Oct. 10
La Oascogne.Ot. 4 *La 'Iburaine.Oct. 23
+Twin-screw Steamers.
General Agency. 82 Broadway, New Yerk.
mbl-812t 1411 0 51T. N.W.
Twin-Screw Express Service.
Dolumbia....Sept. 25 P . Bismarck. Ot. 1e
A. Victoria..Oct. 9 I Columbia...Oct. 23
Twin-Screw Passenger Service,
bioltke........Sept. 23 Bluecher...Oct. 7
Patricia...Sept. 801 PretorIa.........et. 11
E. F. DROOP & SONS, 925 Pa. ave.
Ps..Sept. 24. 10 am St Louis. .Oct. 1. 10 am
Kens'gton.Sept. 30, 5 pm Friesland.4Jct. 7, 10 am
Red Star Line
Ieeland..Sept. 27, 10 am"' Vaderl'd. .Oet. 11, 10 am
Finland.. .Oct. 4, 10 am ,Kroesi'd. .Oct. 18, 30 am
Compan a shinC0at. s. .
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