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8 THE EVENING TIMES WASHINGTON W TUESDAY JUNE 19 1900
I S KANN SONS < Cp S KANN SONS ONS 6 CO COThe I IThe
The Busy Corner CornerAlways Cornerlwnys CorneiAlways
Always lwnys the Best of Everything for the th Least Money MoneyThe MoneyThe MoneyThe
The Time Has Ripened for a aBig aBig aBig
Big Sacrifice in inImported inImported inImported
Imported Wash Goods GoodsIt
It has been the custom In bygone bygOlie seasons to wait until after the Fourth Fourthof Fourthot Fourthof
of July before any great sacrifices are made In reducing stocks This time wo woshall wos woaball
shall s all switch from that path and make our reductions a fortnight ahead
29 cents a yard is all wsll w 11 ask you to pay for goods good that thatva thatW thatwe
va W have havesold sold up to 50 cents centsThe centsThe centsThe
The first on the list are Andersons Scotch ginghams glnghamBOur our entire line of fancy fancyplaids fancyplnlds fancyptds
plaids stripes checks and staple effects in light and dark colorings coloringswhich ffP ffPfor
which are 3 thebeS wide and guaranteed fast colors which never sold soldfor 2 OC J
for less than 45c a yard yardImported will be sold at atImported atImported
Imported lace madras in lavender light green light blue pink grey and andbuff mdbutt andhuff
buff These are openwork effects ofi cts which look like strips of Insertldff losertl insertidifwill f < Tjr Tjrwill
will make very ery handsome summer gowns gownsthesc these goods never sold for forless forless forless 29
less than 5c a yard ard Whats Vhztt left In stock you buy b y at atEmbroidered atEmbroldered atEmbroidazod
Embroidered batiste batlstelhese these goods como In such solid 501ldcolors colors as a light blue bluegrey btuegrey bluegrey
grey and pink with hand embroidered white dots dots8 28 Inches In jvidth idth and andstrictly atldstrlctl andstrictly
strictly strlctl fast colors colorsthe the quantity of each is limited so they will surely surelynot fff fffnot
not last long at the prices ic advertised rt rtImported Goods sold for 46c a yard yardReduced yardReduced 29C
ci lt
Reduced to toImported toImported
Imported madras that Imitates lace openwork openworkthe the way ways this thl material Is Ismade Ismlde Ismade
made looks as though the embroidery was set right Injb I ixj the material in 1erlalgives gives It a avery avery avery
very handsome effect and makes it very serviceable for wear voorbulI buff lavender lavendergrey lavendergrey lavendergrey
grey and the new biscuit color constitute the line of shades shadesFull QAp
Full Pull l ar 32 Inches l Inches wi wide < 1 < nm and never r sold le less than t SOc a a yard Also Alsoto IS ISSilk 29C vfl vflto
to go o at atSilk atSilk t
Silk striped batiste bntlslc 1 a very ery sheer material which Is woven with colored coloredsilk e coloredailk loroo
silk stripes stripesmaking making a dainty and swell cloth cloththese these goods still bear bearthe t tthe
the ol old price mark of 59c a yard r The remaining it itgo ones to togo 2 9 c cSilk
at
go
atSilk
Silk ginghams ginghamsthese these goods are all plaid effects effedstJte the patterns are all ele elegant ele elegant ee eegant ¬
gant and the th combine colorings perfeit pere perfctthe tthe the comWaailoos combl81l s are black and andwhite mdwhite andwhite
white white and lavender pink and white and white and light blue blueour OAp OApour
Also our r special I I price c the whole season e has a been 45c a yard yardAlso yardAlso a alercerizel1 29C
Mercerized Duck Ducktherc these goods look liki Uk arrnllsllk material materialIn In the piece or orafter orafter orafter
after Its made up into a gown gownthe the celos are plainssuch aa light blue bluebuff bluebuff bluebuff
buff new blue awl white whilethere there isnt another cotton weave w av v Joomed loomed which whichwill r tr trFancy
will m outwear this cloththe width 13 22 iaeh InchOs 6 aoo the cOlors strictly strictlyfastformer trlct1yfastformer 29C
fastformer selling prie 4c 6e Redu Redueed < d to toFancy t t tj
Fancy n Linen which sold from 39 3 to Gee a yard yardtaallthe SB alljth leading cot colors cotorsin <
ors orsin at j In plain a and stripes clicks or fancy effects effectswhats whits t loft IB to go goEmbroidered g gat 2 9C 9CEmbroidered
Embroidered Madras tsdrscheck check madras embroidered ombr l ered with ilh black on light lightblue <
blue hello and pink grouooooly a small quantity or each color left leflIls leftits 2 gc
its Sic value > which we are selling at atAndersons t tAndersons
Andersons Scotch otch ChevioU Chedotnot not many pieces therefore not many pat patterns ¬ 29 inr inrAndersons 7 c ctarnBhut Cternshut
terns tarnBhut but whats left an unusual bargain at atAll vviiv vviivAll n nAll
All these fine Imported gocds can to had at tho Wash hGoedti Goede Department Departmentfirst Departmentfirst Departmentfirst
first Boor floorsection section B Dmain main entrance ontra ontraTceS ce ces
s KANN SONSCOQ SONSCOQ8th SONS CO0 CO08th
7 78th
8th and Market Space
IN iii THH llhi POLICE LT1IJ1 COURT COURTIallr tIElli1UMany
Many Offenders Pay the Penalty of ofTrauszression ofTIans ofTransgression
Transgression TrauszressionJuilc TIans TransgressionJudae rcssion rcssionJud
Juilc Jud e Scott SC > U Sends Sen Several ViiKrant ViiKrantto n zicrantsto rantK rantKto
to the tlit Workhouse for Various VariousTerms VariousTerms arlouHTerutH
Terms In Default of the Payment of ofKlnes ofIilnellOthcr ofFlneaOlhcr
Klnes IilnellOthcr Other Cul CnIllrlt rI < H IJei lepoalt > OMIt Col Collateral ColIntcruI Collaterul ¬
lateral und Are re Granted Freedom FreedomThe FrecIlowThe FrceiiomThe
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The first to be arraigned of a group of ofprtsonars ofprlsonura f fpr1sonur6
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prtsonars in Judge Judg Seotts court this t la morn morning morning morning ¬
ing was Mary WHww UllOa who as District DistrictAttorney DistrictAttorney i iAttorney
Attorney Push pt It I had been up be before b hafore ¬ I
fore Pellwman Newkirk was Iae the com complainant c cmplalnant m mplnlnant ¬
plainant and he alleged vjigrancy Judge JdgeScott JedgeScott JudgeScott
Scott had no leniency to deal ot to tie tieVilson tieVI150n theWilson
Wilson woman and seat her to the work workhouse wrrkhouse ¬
house for 128 1 days in default of payment paymentof
of 530 530John 130Joha 3D 3DJo1
John Jo1 n II IL Qu Queenn eoan entered a plea of guilty guiltyto guiltyto
to a charge of riding his bicycle at a rate rateof meo rileof I
of o speed in excess exce of that permitted by bylaw bylaw bylaw
law Policeman Polt eman Madd tHId was the complain complainant complainant ¬
ant A fine of 10 10 with tb the alternative alternativeof
of thirty days in the workhouse was im impeeed impesed impe
peeed pe ed In default of payment of the fine fineQuoenan lineQuoenan fineQucenan
Quoenan went down downIt clownIt downIt
It was charged against John Wak yaker r that thithe th1tbe thathe
he had been be < lJ guilty of grossly improper improperand improper improperand Improperand
and disorderly dl orderlY conduct Policeman Po ceman Cooper Coopertestified Coopertestified Coopertestified
testified to t tc that effect trr t and Judge Jud < c Stott Stottimposed Stoltimposed Swttimposed
imposed a s sentence ntence of thirty days daysJoseph dasJosoph daysJoseph
Joseph Jones and Annie Adams colored coloredwere coloredwere coloredwere
were charged by Policeman Payne with withprofanity withprofanity withprofanity
profanity and disorderly conduct Jones Jonesadmitted Jonesadmitted Jonesadmitted
admitted his guilt and was sent down for forthirty forthirty forthirty
thirty days da s The Adams woman denied deniedthat deniedthat deniedthat
that she had committed commit led the offence charg charged charged charged ¬
ed and was ordeied to serve fifteen days daysin daysIn daysin
in the workhouse workhouseBlanche workhousee workhouseBlanche
Blanche e Dsvls denied the accusation of ofKETS 0 ofBihsss
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8i1iousness BihsssIhave I IHI
HI Ihave haye used yonrvalnable ourTAloable OASCA OASCAIHITS
nETS and find them perfect Couldnt t do dowithout dowithout dowithout
without them I have used them for torsome some time timef timeforlndigestiou timeforlndLgestiou
forlndigestiou f or indigcstiou and andbillousness biliousness billousnessmd and am now com comSletcly completely completely
pletely cured Recommend them to every one onenee oneOnce oneOnce
Sletcly Once nee tried you will never be without them in intho inthe Inthe
the family EDYT A A MARX Albany AlbanyN N Y YCANDY YPle1Unt YCANDY
CANDY CANDYCATHARTIC CANDYT5AD
CATHARTIC CATHARTICTRADE
T5AD TRADE WRIt RZOSTZRCO RZOSTZRCOPleasant etoiarsvPleasant
Pleasant Palatable P3Lu ble Potent Taste Good n no noGOOdlOTer DOGood < j jGood
Good GOOdlOTer WoTcr Sicken Wcakcnor We enor Gripe Gnpc1Occroc Gnpc1OccrocCURE 10c2jciOc 10c2jciOcCURE lOeaciOcCURE
CURE CONSTIPATION CONSTIPATIONBttrUmi
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T l and convalescents need the thenourishing thei t tnourishing
i nourishing strengthening strengtheningf streiigtliening1roperties + f fTproperties
Tproperties of our delicious delicious deliciousJ deliciousGulrnbachor f fGiiimfjaclier
J f Giiimfjaclier GulrnbachorBEERto f fBEER I
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f tern and make them them well welland wellt welland +
t and strong An ideal tonic tonicSS21 tonici +
i SS21 2 pintsor 12 quart bottles botUat T Trent 4 4t t
t 4 t rent in unlettered wagons wagoMonly only 125 I T TWrite j
J 1 Write or phone for a cose j jYashington J
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Policeman Mul Mu d who charged ch uged vagrancy vagrancyand T vagrancyand aocy aocyand
and was released rel sed on her personal rOnal bonds boodsnot bondsnot bondsnot
not to repeat the offence charged char ed against againsther agalo8ther againsther
her withia stoc x months monthsThe monlhsThe monthsThe
The true trucnt name nIme De of the t next prisoner was wasIn wasIn wasIn
In all probability Humphreys but his pe peculiar pecuUr pecullar ¬
culiar accent aCC nt caused the policeman to toInterpret toInterpret tointerpret
Interpret the name as Umphreys and andthat andthat andthat
that name appeared on an information informationcharging Informationcharging informationUrn
charging vagrancy agrancyJudg8ScoU Judga S ott sent Um Umphreys Umphreys Urnphreya ¬
phreys to the workhouse for thirty days daysMaggie dayslaale dayaMaLe
Maggie QBrlea OBrien rDrl D wtio is a wellknown wellknowncharacter wellknowncbhracter ellknownch1kraeter
character to the police and about the Po Police PoUce P0lice ¬
lice Court was charged with vagrancy
Policeman Langley claimed that the worn woman wo wornan n naD ¬
an was found repeatedly drunk in Fear Fearaadahalf Feurandahal Fourandahalf
aadahalf Street and was frequently a aloiterer aIoitert aloiterer
loiterer > r around tippling houses ho The TheOBrien TheODrien TheOBrien
OBrien woman entered e enerud < 1ered a plea ef act Httuil Httuilty uil uilty uiIty
ty but could not of establish e8t bUah her innocence innocenceand InaoceDeeand Innocenceand
and went W ot down for 120 1 day dA dAThough days daysThough
Though the th rharge against Mary Bet Bettena Bette Bettens
tens te was vagrancy < rancy she was guilty of a more moreserious moreJKrioU5 moreserious
serious offence according to the testimony testimonyof le tl18001olS4
of olS4 Sergeant > rgeant Wright rItbt He told th the court that thatth thatthe thatthe
th the woman while drunk twice visited hi hihouse his hishouse
i house last night and begged for money to todefray toetray todefray
defray the ftMeral f fu erl l expenses of a fictitious fictitiousdead fietltouadead fictitioustIsed
dead child Sergeant Wright knowing klHnl that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the story related to him by the woman wa wauntrue wauntrue a auntrue
untrue placed her under arrest Judge JudgeScott JudgtScott
Scott imposed a fine of 30 30 with he alter alternative alterBAtive alternative ¬
native of 120 1 flays dll s in the workboues w rkhOiles The TheBettens Theettens TheBettens
Bettens woman accepted the alternative alternativeThe alternativeThe alternativeThe
The most mo9tseycre severe severesentence sentence ntence of the day ia iathe lathe Inthe
the lower court court was imposed ed on James JamesWeber Jame3eber JamesWeher
Weber eber a typical tramp who DO pleaded not notguilty DOtguilty notguilty
guilty to a charge of vagrancy Mounted MountedPoliceman 1ountcdPoIi MountcjPoliceman
Policeman PoIi an Russell was the complainant complainantaad e mplIUDtaDd
aDd he related the circumstances clreum tanees of the thearrest thearrest thearrest
arrest of Webber ebber at Banning Webber was wasordered wasordered 3 3ordred
ordered to toosene serve 160 1i O days In the work workbouse workhouse workhouse
house bouseIsaiah housei houseIsaiah
i Isaiah Dunlop a colored hackmao was waacharged wascharged wascharged
charged w wlh wb h M soliciting JcUiqg patronage in the tbeCapitol theCapitol
t
Capitol Grounds Hack Inspector Insp < tor Lamb Lambwas Lambwas
I was the complaining witness Dunlop paid paida
a fine of 3 to avoid serving nine days In Intbe Inthe Inthe
the workhouse workhouseJames workhc11lleJames workhouseJames
James Smith Buddie Sharp and Abra Abraham Abrnham Abraham ¬
ham Dillon all colored were charged by b bPoUceman
Policeman Rup Rupple > le with being vagrants and andpersons
1 1persons persons of evil life and fame without via visible TlsIble viaibm ¬ I
ible ibm means of support Sharp convinced convincedJudge convincedJudgo
I Judgo Scott that he was not guilty and on onhis onhis onhis
his promise to leave lea the city at once was vaareleased wasreleued wasreleased
released oa his personal recognizance reeognhmDceSmith reeognisanceSmith recognizanceSmith
Smith and Dillon could net substantiate substantiatetheir sub substantiatethtlr tanlJate tanlJatetheir
their claims of f innocence and were sent sentdown sentdown seatdown
down for a a thirty days vacation each eachY eachY eachY
Y 21 M C A A OUTINGS OUTINGSScries OUTlliGSScrlc OUTINGSSeries
Series of Three to IIcpii IIcpiianil nc in In June JoneuncI Juneand
and I End ml In AnKunt AnKuntTbe AutrIiMtThe U lI < t tThe
The Young Mens Christian Chrh ChIiiian llan Association Associationheld As Anauciationheld oelallonbeld
held its regular monthly business meoting meotingin
in the Association parlors last evening eveningThe eveningThe evealngThe
The meeting was well attended and the themembers themembers themembers
members listened with interest to the plans plansfor ptansfor plansfor
for the Associations summer work Three Threeoutings Threeoutings Threeoutings
outings for Association members have been beenplanned beenplanned
I planned The camp of the Association Ca Cadets Cadls Cadots ¬
dots will be the first In the series begin beglnning beginning beginning
> ning Thursday of this week near Harpers HarpersFerry HarpersFerry HarpersFerry
Ferry W Va This camp will be known knownas
i as Camp Macfarland in honor o the Sec Second Second Seeond ¬
ond Vice President of the Association AssociationThe AssociationThe AssociationThe
The second outing utlng will be a camp at atBreezy aLnreezy atBreezy
Breezy Point Ga a the Potomac about ninety ninetymiles ninetymUes ninetymiles
miles below belo Washington from the 16th to tothe tothe tothe
the 31st of July The Th 1 third will be a trip
to the Christian Workers Conference at atNorthfiold atNorthfletd atNorthfiold
Northfiold In August AugustOn AugustOn AugustOn
On recommendation of the membership membershipcommittee membershiicommittee membershipcommittee
committee of which Mr Ir C F Nesbit is ischairman Ischairman Ischairman
chairman fifty men were elected to mem membership membership membership ¬
bership in the Association A musical pro programme programmo programmo ¬
grammo was rendered during the evening eenln eenlnby
by the Associations Orchestra Mandolin MandolinClub MandolinClub j
Club and Glee Club ClubMAYS ClubDriven ClubDriven
Driven From Home b by Fire FireMAYS FireMAYS
MAYS LANDING N J Juno 10 19The 19Theresidence 19Theresidence The Theresidence
residence of Frank Tarleckl was destroyed destroyedby deslroy deslroyby
by fire Sunday night The occupants es escaped escaped escaped ¬
caped In their night clothes The family
lost moot of tholr household effects and andwearIng andwearing
j wearing apparel and nearly 100 in money moneyThe moneyThe
1 The origin of the fire Is not known but the theblazo thebllze theblaze
blaze Is supposed to have been the work of ofQrebugs otfirebugs offirebugs
firebugs QrebugsCiil firebugsuCn1aln firebugsCabin
Cabin Ciil In John Bnnil of 21 21Pleee 21PleeeIs l1 Pieces PiecesIs Pie Pieii
Is a great attraction at the bridce Every
afternoon and evening eveningBEWARE evenilJSDEVnE eveningBEWAflE
BEWARE OF A 0 4 COUGH COUGHA
A cough co h Is not a disease disuse but a symptom Con Consumption Consumptlon Conzurnptlon ¬
sumption and bronchitis which are tbe most dan dangerous da dagcrous dangevous ¬
gerous and fatal diseases have for their first Indi IndaUon mdication
cation a persistent cough and If properly treated treatedChamberlains tr treateda ted tedas
as a soon u this cough Appears are easily cured
Chamberlains Cough Remedy has proven wonder ¬
fully successful and gained Its wide reputation JCDa xcputationand reputationand tion tionand
and extensive sale by Its success Iff curing cunz the
dif diseases eases tfbich cause coughing If it It ijfet D rt t bene bene
tidal It will not cost you oU a cent < nt FoPsale For Forsale sale by byI
I guts Henry f2 Evans EaIS wholesale hcl Ile and apd retail andialr Uld m drug druzCists
I THE RAILIAIS RAIL llAIbAYOP WAYS OF BRIE BRIEMostly BIIIbMostly i iI
I i iMostly
Mostly Under Government Control ControlandXot Controland ControlanilNot
andXot and ot Profiialjle ProfiialjleNearly Plofitable ProfliaileNcnrlF
11 11Xcarh
I IConKtitute
Nearly All n Have Guarantees WhIch AVhlchConstitute WhIchConntitute bleb
Constitute n Drain on the Treauury Treauuryof TrenDr TrenDrof >
of the Ilepnhllc UepohUcSceretnr Secretary Dave Ilavron Duwon Daveson
son on of the United Unlt d States Lega Legation Le Lesration n nIon ¬
tion 3InkeM a Lengthy Report ReportThomas nCI IteportThomas ort ortThomIB >
Thomas C Dawson Secretary of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Legation in Brazil Brazil has cent centto neatto nl nlto
to the State Department an extensive re report report report ¬
port concerning Brazilian railroads of ofwhich otwhich ofwhich
which not much information has been ob obtainable obtainablc obtamable ¬
tamable hitherto Mr Dawson wrltos wrltosThere wrltosThere writesTherc
There are cow In Brazil sixtythree sixtythreeseparately slxtylhreeseIJ1rately sixtythreeseparately
separately operated lines of steam > railway railwayThe railwayThe railwayThe
The length of line under traffic Is 9197 3197mllee 9197milcl3 9197miles
miles of which which 90S miles are broad gauge gaugeLI
17 yards 7742 114 miles are 1W yards yardsgauge y yardsgauge rds rdsgauge
gauge and 551 miles are fourfifths fourllflhsof of n ayard nmrd nyard
yard The Government operates five lines lineswith lineswith lineswith
with a length of o 1257 miles mUes the states litau61aur litau61aurwith stateefourwith lour lourwith
with a length lengthot of 110 miles guaranteed guaranteedcompanies guaranteedcompanies guaranteedcompanies
companies 45S7 miles and nonguaranteed nonguaranteedcompanies nonguarnnleedcompanies nonguaranteedcompanies
companies 3213 321 miles The latter two twoitems twoHems twoitems
items are only approximately accurate ow owing owIng owlug ¬
ing to o the complicated nature of the va various vl vldous varlous ¬
rious national and state guaranties and the thelapse thelapse thelapse
lapse of o some of them themThe themThe t tThe
The national guarantioSaggregate 2664 2664miles 2GGOmiles 6G 6Gmiles
miles under traffic trnm ThT T Union and the theStates theSlates theStates
States have constructed 2131 miles milesFour mUesFour milesFour
Four Government lines with a total length lengthof tengthot lengthof
of 734 miles were leased to companies companieswithin companieswIthin companieswithin
within the last t tWo o years Propositions Propositionsfor
for similar leases of three other Govern Government GOernment Governmeat ¬
ment lines are now no under consideration considerationOne cODslderationOne consideraTionOne
One state line has just been sold to the theUnion theUnion theUnion
Union Propositions to lease lol1S another to toa toa toa
a company are now being considered by bythe bythe bythe
the administration of the state which owns ownsit ownsit ownsit
it it
The population of Brazil is scattered scatteredalong scattoredalong scatteredalong
along the coast The large cities are arewith arewith nrcwith
with one exception seaports The interior interioris interioris
is is mountainous Inland commnuication commnuicationbetween commnulcatlonbetween commnuicationbetween
between the ports Is difficult and each eachhas eachhas eachhns
has Its tributary territory terrilor dependent for forIntercourse forIntercourse forIntercourse
Intercourse with the outside world upon it italone italone italone
alone The railroads are therefore divided dividedluto dlldedluto dividedInto
luto sepaarte systems each having Its ter terminus lerminl terminue ¬
minus minl at a different dltI rent port and except In Intwo hitwo intwo
two instances not connected with each eachother eae1lolher eachother
other
Beginning at the roost northerly therty Tort jCHtand Tortand ort ortand
and following around the coast the aye systems Sy1ilems ayeteme ¬
tems may be enumerated emu erated as s follows fottowsMaranhao follevPara followsPars
Pars Para with a single short line liDeIaranhao lineMaranhao
Maranhao with 1th one snort shortl1ne lioe Be begin beginning beslaDing beginning ¬
ning a considerable dieUaccLjm di8ta distaa eup 1P th the navi navigable uaTIgable sad sadgable ¬
gable River Rt er Itapicuru wbl wbictjIws whicn 1ibira flws into the thesea theS thesea
sea S at the port of Maradbao MaradbaoCamociin 1l MAissiMoCamociut ra oCamocbc
Camociin a small suspect in the State Stateof StaUlof Stateof
of Ceara with on ODe IRe IReFoctaJeza ta taFortaleza lseFortaleza
Fortaleza the principal spepert e9ort t of the thesame theseine Jte Jtesame
same state with one l lNatal Jlafe JlafeNatal tn tnNatal
Natal the capital iJ11 fO > poet o IU IUGrande IUe IUeGraDde RisGrande
Grande d do Norte orte with line lineParahiba 1iDePnthl lineIrahlbs
Parahiba Pnthl the capita eapitabOl eapkatLthe ti of t the state of oftbe oftbe ofthe
tbe same name with on one Hue HueRecife lineRecite De DeRecife
Recife or Ieroamnuco ernambueowhiclt which is I ih ihcentre the thecentre e ecentre
centre from which six Hoes radiate rev covering eo eoering revsnug ¬
ering pretty well the eastern part of th thstate tu tustate thestate
state The moat southern oC rf them con connects confleets 08 08neets ¬
fleets with the next system systemMaetfo systemMacem yst ystIlat
Maetfo io > the capital and sel port of Atagoas Atagoaswith z1ac z1acwllh AIgOtswith
with one line linePiranhas UneptDhs linePiranbas
Piranhas a river port at the t e h hsd ad of ofnavigation olnaiaUon ofnevlatloa
navigation nevlatloa on the Lower San SaIlIt Francisco FranciscoIt
It has a line the Pa Paulo jk > Affoaso which whichn 1ltkhruns whichruns
runs around the great cataracts aDd con eoaneets confleets
n fleets cta the navigable upper and nd lower lowerwaters lowerters lowerwters
waters ters of the river riverBahla rIerBania riverBahia
Bahla or rather the great bay which whichis wk wkIs wisickIs
is that citys harbor is tile centre of four fourlines fCHIrlines fourlines
lines linesCarae1las Caravellas the southern port of the theState theState theState
State of Bahia has on ODe line lineVictoria liceVIctoria lineVictoria
Victoria the capital of Eapirita Santo Santohas SaBtohas Santohas
has one line BOW under conatrHctJon conatrHctJonwhich eoulrtletloawhleh conitractionwhich
which it is I inteaaea fDteaRiltONiRIH IntesdRio to c9tiaect CWmfth CWmfthRio wtt the theRio
Rio system systemCacaeeiro systemCacJi systemCschoelro
Cacaeeiro CacJi lro da Itapertra anwnlntportant anwnlntportantport an snimportast snimportastport
port at the head of smallboat navigation navigationon
on the river of that name which is In the thesouthern the801IIthero thesouthern
southern part of the state oC Espiritu EspirituCanto EspirituCuto EspirituCanto
Canto This will shortly he connected with withthe withthe withthe
the next and its outlet will then c rouse to tobe tobe l lbe
be by b the river riverRio rierRio riverRio
Rio de Janeiro Is the centre cf the i iextensive moat moatextensive mostextensive
extensive system It covers the state of ofthe olhe ofthe
the same name n me and the southern aoutb rn part of ofMinas oiMIDas ot otMinas
Minas Geraes Gera s and has an extent of 3709 37temns 3700nillcs j jmiles
miles nearly half the total mileage of the thecountry thecountrJ thecountry
country This th l system is connected It t tvo tvopoints topoints tvopoints
points with the next and the two may be beconsidered beeeultIered beeosaiirered
considered as constituting a single sys system system systern ¬
tem temSantos
Santos the sole port of the principal principalcoffee principaleeIlee principalcoffee
coffee state Sao Paulo and 841 the city of ofSao ofSao ofSao
Sao Paulo the capital aajLJargcst a JUgcat city of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state have an exUQ3ircj e exLzlesystemover licr ytera temoYer temoYer2N over
2 2N 0 miles u uLaguBIl 4 4Laguna < u > u uLaguna
Laguna an unlmportnnf unim unirnpfrtgnijQrt nort qrl In Santa SantaCatbariaa SantaCatbnrhin SantaCatharina
Catbariaa has one snort line lineParanagua ltneParanagun lineParanagua
Paranagua the port Iorttt portofltipjatate cfUIrigsiate te of Pa Parana Parana Parana ¬
rana has one considerable line which in iathe inthe inthe
the near future ture will be aqnoeoted with the theSao theSao theSao
Sao Paulo system systemPorto systemPorto 1 1Porto
Porto Alcgre the capital and andport second secondport secondport
port of Rio Grande do Sut Sul = has > four lines linesvributary linesrlbutary linestiibutary
vributary to It ItRio It ItRio ILRio
Rio Grande Brazils most southerly southerlyseaport sout southerlyeapert ly lyeaport
seaport has one line which will shortly shortlybo 8horttyb
bo b connected with the Porto Alegre eys eystgui ES ESte systaut
j
taut te 1 and ultimately with the next given givenUruguayaaa gfenUruguaana givenUruguayana I
Uruguayaaa a river port on the Uru Uruguay Urug1lay tJrugiiay ¬
guay River which is there the Argentine Argentinefrostier ArgenUnfrontier Argentlnfroatler
frostier has a line isolated l from the other otherBrazilian otherBrazilian otherBrazilian
Brazilian roads but connected coal1 led with those thoseof thoseo thoseof
of o the Republic of Uruguay UruguayThe UnlguaThe UragnayThe
The first railroad in Brazil was opened openedfor ope operor openedfor
for traffic in 185C It ran raafrom from the head headof headof headof
of Rio Bay to the foot of the mountain mountainrange mountainrange mountainrange
range upon the crest of which is the sum summer summer summer ¬
mer capital capllatPetropoUs Petropolis The enterprise enterprisewas enterprisewas
was as = private and no subvention was given givenby givenby givenby
by the Government With this exception exceptionthe exceptionthe exceptionthe
the early carl railroads of Brazil were built builtwith tuUtith builtwith
with ith Government assistance and very few fewof fewor fewof
of the < hc railways in this country owe their theirorigin theirorigin theirorigin
origin to unaided private initiative initiativeThe InitiativeTh initiativeThe
The Th late 70s Os and early 8s were ere the theyeur theye theyes
yes ye of the greatest activity In railroad railroadbuilding rallroidbunding railroadbuilding
building in Brazil The country had re recovered recoere recovered ¬
covered 1 from the effects of the expensive expensiveand txpenslveand ixpenslveand
and tedious Paraguayan war the culture cultureof cultureof Cultureof
of coffee and rubber had been greatly de developed d dveloped dveloped ¬
veloped and were profitable the country countryenjoyed countryenjoed countryenjoyed I
enjoyed an entire freedom from revolutions revolutionsand revatuUoD6i revolutionsand
i and serious political disturbances and andcredit ths thscredit th thcredit
credit of the Government was excellent excellentIn exteUantIn
In the ten years ears since the establishment establishmentof
of the Republic 3525 3S miles of railroad have haveten haveb havebtCn
ten b n built and put in operation all nar narrow Darrow narrow ¬
row gauge except the duplication of por portions portions portions ¬
tions of the Sao Sa Paulo and the Central CentralA
A correct general statement as to the thefinancial thefinaIlclal thefinancial
financial results of the management of the theCentral theCentrnt theCentral
Central which is under Government Governrne con control control control ¬
trol Is that for the last several years the theexncnses theexp theexpenses
expenses exp nses have exceeded the income Incom by bynearly bynearly bynearly
nearly 1000000 a year and that the total totalexpenses totalexpenses totalexpenses
expenses have been greater than those es estimated esl1mated astimnied ¬
timated in U tle > e annual reports made by the themanagement themanagement themanagement
management to the Industry department departmentThe departmentThe departmentThe
The Central Is not only the greatest grooteGtbud grooteGtbudness bud business budness ¬
ness enterprise in Brazil but It is also a apowerful apowertut apowerful
powerful political agency Its officials and andemployes andemployes andcmployes
employes are usually usual1yconsldered considered to be sup supporters supporters supporters ¬
porters of the administration The renting rentingof
of this great property In order o er to convert convertwhat con convertwhat ert ertwhat >
what Is an occasion for serious loss Into a aproducer nproducer aproducer
producer of an income has been the subject subjectof subJ < ct ctof
of much discussion Congress has author authorized authorIzed authorlzed ¬
ized the Executive on several occasions to tolease tolease tolease
lease it it and propositions have been re received r rcelycd received ¬
ceived ceivedThe celycdThe ceivedThe
The great coffee state of Sao Paulo Is Iswell iswell iswell
well supplied with ith railroads and they are arethe arelhe arethe
the most prosperous and profitable In the therepublic therepublie therepublic
republic They are all privately owned ownedand ownedandlhe ownedamP
and andlhe the governmental guaranties are glv glvHOW gl glIIO glv110W
HOW IIO TO AVOItt A YOItl TUOUBLE TUOUBLENow TR TReIUBLENon UDLE UDLEI
I Now Ko Is the time to provide yourself and family familywith familywith mny
with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic CQlie Cholera Choleraand Choteriand
I and DlarrhoC3 Diarrhoea Remedy It is almost certain to be beneeded beneeded beneeded
I needed before the summer is over and Jf procured procuredcow procurednow
now may save you a trip to town in the night nightcr
cr In your busiest season It Is everywhere ad admitted a amItted admilled ¬
mitted to be the most successful medicine in use
for bowel complaints both for children and andadults andadults
adults duJts No family can afford to bo without It It iti
For i sale ealebyllenry by Henry Evans Erms wholesale and retail retailacd retliland
and all druggists ts
f I en Jo o only a small portion of the mileage mileageunder mileageI mileageunder
I under operation operationTho operationTho operationThe
Tho key to the whole system and the themost themost themost
most valuable railway property in Brazil Brazilis DrazUIs Brazilis
is the Sao Paulo Railway running from fromSantos fromSantos IronsSantos
Santos to Jundiahy through the city of ofSao orSao ofSan
Sao Paulo The traffic of all the other Sao SaoPaulo S SaoPaulo o oPauto
Paulo railroads reaches reac1 es the seaboard over overthis overthis overthis
this line It pays an annual dividend di > ldend of ofover ofoer ofover
over 10 per cent and Its rates on coffee coffeethe coffeelheprlJicipat coffeeI
I the lheprlJicipat principal commodity are lower than thanthose th thanthese n
I those of any other railroad in Brazil It Itwas Itas Itwas
was as opened for traffic in 1868 having been beenbuilt beenbunt beenbuilt
built by an anEnglish English company under a guar guaranty guaranty uax uaxanty ¬
anty which was soon found to be needless needlessand needlessand needlessand
and which bra long since ceased to be beavailed beavailed beavailed
availed of ofMr ofIr ofMr
Mr Ir Dawson furnishes statistics of all allthe aUlhe alltho
the lines in the republic and says that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the following inferences may be drawn drawnThat drawnThat drawnThat
That governmentally managed railways railwaysare
are the least profitable In Brazil so far faras faras faras
as receipts and andtncomes incomes determine the tbeprofitableness theprofitableness theprofitableness
profitableness of railways railwaysThat railwaysThat railwaysThat
That railways bvllt Wth a a Government Governmentguaranty Governmentsuaranty Governmeatguaranty
guaranty are not notJ Jfkely likel elJ to J o have their ex expenses eXpenses cxpenses ¬
penses much exceed exce J their Income IncomeThat IncomeThat incomeThat
That the guaranteeing by the Govern Government Government Government ¬
ment and consequent control and fiscaliza fiscalization fiscaUzatlon flacallzation
tion has resulted in seriously hampering hamperingvarious hamperingI hamperingvarious
I various managements In their attempts attemptsto
I to build up new industries industriesThat industriesI IndustriesThat
I That the number of passengers is small smallin smalli smallin
i in proportion to the length of lines and andsize andsize andsize
size of the population as compared with withthe wllhlhe withthe
the number making use of railroads for fortravel forlravel fortravel
travel In European and North American Americancountries Americancountries Americancountries
countries countriesThat countriesThat countriesThat
That the proportion of secondclass secondclasspassengers secondclasspassengers secondclasspassengers
passengers is much larger than In the theUnited theUnited ihitUnited
United States StatesThat StatesUThat StatesThat
UThat That passenger fares are low lowThat towThat lowThat
That In the building of railroads the theinitiative theInitiative theInitiative
initiative and aid of the Government has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been depended upon more than of individ individuals Indlvlduats iadivlduals ¬
uals Except In the State of Sao Paulo Paulothey Paulolhey Paulothey
they arc virtually all Government aided aidedThe aidedThe aidedThe
The law and custom is that a railroad may maynot mlynot maynot
not be built without t1 a specific concession concessionfrom eoncesslonfrom concessionfrom
from the Government by which the route routeit routeIt routeIt
it defined and provisions made for very verycomplete verycomplele verycomplete
complete Government control This con control control control ¬
trol is not only exercised by general regu regulations regulations regulattone ¬
lations but officials are appointed who whohave whobno whohave
have in practice a supervision over and a acertain acertain acertain
certain control of the affairs of a particu particular partIcuJar partlcujar ¬
Jar road Fines are imposed upon the tbemanagements themanagemeI themanageinonjs
managements S and controversies between betweenthem lJelweenthem betweenthem
them and the administrative departments departmentsof
of the Government are frequent frequentThe frequentThe frequentThe
The total income of all Brazilian rail railways raU1S railways ¬
ways 1S last year was J240092S3 4O0923 and the ope operating operating operating ¬
rating expenses J212001S9 tlCQ 9 leaving a net netincome JletIncome netincome
income of 72S09954 72S09954THE tS09051THE 2Sfi9054 2Sfi9054THE
THE EUTERPE CLUB CLUBKutertaliiH CLuBEutertnln CLUBEntertains
Entertains Its It J Friend > rlends With 1th a IL 3Iu 3Iuklcnl 310Ienl Musleni
klcnl Ienl Soiree SoireeA
A musical soiree was given by the Eu Euterpe Euterpe Euterpe ¬
terpe Musical Club at the Washington WashingtonClub WasblngtonChili WasbingtonClub
Club rooms 171 1718 I Street last night The Theprogramme Theprogramme Theprogramme
programme which embraced selections selectionsfrom selectionsfrom selectionsfront
from Mofer oItr Mendelssohn Brahms Godard GodardSchumann GodardSdullaDD GodardSchumann
Schumann Weber Wagner Tosti and Le Leoncavallo LeOIICaJlo Laoscavailo ¬
oncavallo was well rendered aDd well re received retved yecelvod ¬
ceived tved by a demonstrative dem ast t1ve audience The Thedirector Thedirecter Thedirector
director of the Euterpe EuLer e Club Angelo C CFroMBi CFrolltIBl CFrooeai
FroMBi earned rich praise by bit ability abilityaa
as a pianist Miss lIas A Sak SlolLe > ne Wingate Wingatecalled Wingatecalled Wingatecalled
called forth great applause her rare and andsympathetic andsjDIpatheUe andsympathetic
sympathetic voice being heard to adyan advantage adyantace adyantags ¬
tags in two solos Go Lovely Rose by byHardle byHardie byHardie
Hardie and Mattinanta by Tosti Wil William WilUam WITham ¬
liam Scholtz sustained his reputation aa a aviolinist aTtoUuiat aviolinist
violinist by his interpretation of o Godards GodardsBerceeee GodardsBeftet1AC GodardsIlerceetse
Berceeee aDd Brtkios Hungarian HungarianDance UungarlaaAIIKfBC HungarianDance
Dance Among the vocalists who to con contributed contributed contributed ¬
tributed to the pleasure of the evening eveningwere eeniogwere eveningwere
were Mrs Irs Anna C Hills William Is Mc McParland McFarmed c cFarlaDd
Farmed and Heary Stathom Stat om The instru instrumentalists iutrume instrusnestalists ¬
mentalists me tal1st9 in addition to those already alreadynamed alreadyaIDed alreadynamed
named were Mrs rs Anna L L Marshall h r all Mrs MrsFrank MrsFrank rs rsFrank
Frank Byron Miss 18s Irma E E Ruess Mine MmeMatilda MineMatilda Ime ImeIaUIda
Matilda Fronani Miss s Xettle Law Miss MiaaSallte MissSalts U USUIe
Sallte Salts T Mason Ml U Florence Stevens StevensMia Stevens3ltss
Mia 3ltss 1 Florence Welser and Mrs Adela AdelaMerchant AdelaIerehant AdeleMerchant
Merchant MerchantAH MerchantAN IerehantAN
AN OLD WILL RECORDED BECOSDEDAnionR RECORDEDnlonJ BECOBDEDArnon
Arnon AnionR nlonJ tLe fleetest Arc Those of a aXuml nomer aNumber
Xuml Number omer er of Slaves SlavesAn SIATCMAn SlavesAn
An attested copy of tbe will of Benjamin BenjaminLowade DenJamlnLoVJMJes BenjaminLewadea
Lowade of Prince George County Mary Maryland laryhInd MaryICad ¬
land was wasput pat oa file yesterday In the of office orfice offire ¬
fice of the Register of Wills for tle Die District Dlstrlet Dietrict ¬
trict trletThe trictThe trictThe
The document tIoe meat is dated January C f 1509 1S09and 1509and 1509and
and among other bequests mentioned are area areI
a number of slaves called by It name which whichthe whlehthe whichthe
the testator distributed among amou his heirs heirsThe bllrsTIM heirsThe
The wHI HI > wa placed on roeord in the t Die District 1 Istrlet Dietrict ¬
trict far the purpose e of perfecting r1ectt g title titleto tilleto titleto
to real estate formerly owned by the t e de deceased de deceaHCl doceased ¬
ceased ceasedMELEE ceasedMELEE
ceaHClMELEE
MELEE IN SOUTH WASHINGTON WASHINGTONOne
One Negro elro Shot In the Leg Lepother Le and nndAnother andAnother
Another other lilt With ltb n Ilciclc IlciclcManuel UrickJlanuel llrieLManuel
Manuel and William Webb ebb and Rufus RufusHarris Rutu6Harris RufusHarris
Harris all colored became involved In infight a afight afight
fight at the corner of Third Street and andVirginia at andVirginia d dVlrglola
Virginia Avenue A enue scu scuiweet rweet wC6t last night nightabout nightabout nightabout
about 10 oclock While hUe the melee WasIn was wasin tvasIn
in progress pr6gr ss Manuel Webb was shot In the theleg theleg theleg
leg by a revolver said to have been fired firedby firedby firedby
by Harris and the latter in turn was wasstruck wasstruck as asstruck
struck in the lhebead head with a brick by Wil William WilHam Williens ¬
liam Webb cbb Before the police rrivedall arrivedallparties rrivedallparties rrhed aU aUparties
parties to the trouble disappeared Webb Webbbeing Webbbeing bb bbbeing
being conveyed to his home in Pleasant PleasantAlley PleasantAlley PleasantAlley
Alley southwest by friends frieadsTFNPFRAT frie1dsCENTRAL friendsCENTBAL
CENTRAL < TFNPFRAT LABOR UNION 1JNIONDelelate IJNIONDelegates
Delegate < From the Printers and nndIecbllnlc andMechanic
Mechanic Trade Helpers Obligated OhllfratcclThe OhIlJntellThe ObligatedThe
The Central Labor Union Uni J uet last night nightat nightat nightat
at Typographical Temple In the absence absenceof a absenceof nce nceof
of President Szegedy R R Henry Lewis Lewisconducted Lewisconducted Lewisconducted
conducted the proceedings proceedingsDelegates proceedingsDelegates proceedingsDelegates
Delegates from Columbia Typographical TypographicalUnion TypographicalUnion TypographicalUnion
Union No 101 and Mechanic 2 Trade Help Helpers Helpers Helpera ¬
ers were admitted and obligated It was wasreported wasreported wasreported
reported by the delegates from the Elec Electrical Electrical Eketrical ¬
trical Workers Union that the matter of ofthe otthe ofthe
the letting of the contract for the electric electricwork electrIcwork electricwork
work at the Pension Office will be consid considered considered coesidered ¬
ered at a meeting of their union to be held heldtomorrow heldtomorroW heldtomorrow
tomorrow nignt The representatives of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Retail CleJis CleJ Unlrn stated that the theproprietors theproprietors theproprietors
proprietors of 0 two large business houses houseshad housesbad housesbad
bad agreed to close their places at 9 p m mon mon inon
on Saturday and at 6 p m on other work workdays workdas workdays
days daysAn das dasAn daysAn
An invitation of the Improved Order of ofRed ofRed ofRed
Red Men Ien to attend a Powwow on July 6 6Vas 6was
was accepted by the union unionBAIN unionRAIN unionBARN
RAIN 3ETARDS CENSUS CENSUSf CENSUSThe CENSUSThe
The Local Count of > f Population Xot XotThe XotYet NotYet
Yet Conll Completed CompletedThe > letcd letcdTle
The local census enumeration will not be becompleted becompteted becompleted
completed until the end of the present presentweek presentweek presentweek
week The fifteen days limit set at the thebeginning thebeginning thebeginning
beginning of the work was up last night nightbut nightbut nightbut
but the excessive rains nearly all of last lastweek lastweek lastweek
week prevented the enumerators from fromworking fromworking rom romworking
working rapidly and retarded retarded the comple completion comptetIon coniplotion ¬
tion of the count four or five days dayaAbout daysAbout daysAbout
About 100 districts out of the 151 have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been completed The enumerators whose whosedistricts whosedistricts whosedistricts
districts have been turned In are now nowdoubllngup nowdoublingup nowdoublingup
doublingup on tho finished work and andit andIt andit
it will proceed rapidly If the weather la lafine 11fine i ifine
fine fineThe
The statement is made that the count so sofar sofar
far makes certain a general enerat increase in inpopulation Inpopulation inpopulation
population throughout the District DistrIct though thoughno
no figures are yet available availableFor aailableFor availableFor
For Men Only Onlyw
w My little book book Three
JS T Classes of Men sent free freei freein freeIn
i in plain sealed envelope envelopei enveoJe enveoJer eaveloeuponreqncst
i upon uponreqncst request Jt itembodies itembodiesthetruths embodies embodiesi
i r the thetruths truths ru I th thfrom hare learned learnedfrom
E p from my 33 3Yeus years ex experience experienc cxpenance ¬
penance as ast a specialist It ItDR ItteUstU Ittellsall
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Tcr w = o men This T s Belt is worn at atsight atnllht t tniht
sight canng while jou jousteep you votssleep yousleep
sleep all results of youthful errors etc tc such as asDrains asDrains asDrains
Drains Losses Losses ImpotencyLame Impotency me Hack and Van Vancocele Varlcocele Vadcoeds
cocele coeds Ovar7ooo gave testimony in aSp S99 lac lacamind I an ananer In InS
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away awaytry awaytryMasons awaytryMasons try tryMasons
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Refrigerators RefrigeratorsHefriirerstonr
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th the ice i icethese thoe th stpajin lt or orours OfItS onesare onesareours Ire Ireoun <
ours Dependable njaNt to the tt full meaning meaningof meaz
of the word Ilardwood lIardwood li hued I with gal galvanized atTaaizrd galanized ¬
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QAS APPLIAXCE Pl CE EXCHANGE EXCHANGEFUGITIVES EXCIIAhGEILls
1U ILls S New York Avenue AvennFUGITIVES AvenueFUGITIVES
FUGITIVES FROM FORT TiTYEIl MYERTO MYEBTwo TiTYEIlTivo
Two TO Men Jl lcn n Etccnpc lij 1 Cllmblnt Cllmbln the tlicGunrdbouac theGunrdhouse theGuardhouse
Guardhouse Clilnin hlmnGeorge Chimney ChimneyGeorge y yGeorge
George S S Smllhr Smith aged twentyfour years yearsand yearsand yearsand
and Charles 6 0 Connor twentyeight years yearsold y yearsold rs rsotd
old soldiers attached to the Third Regular RegularUnited RegutarUnlloo RegularUnited
United States Cavalry at Fort ilyer Iyer Va Vaescaped Vaescaped Vaescaped
escaped from the guardhouse at the Fort Fortlate Fortlate Fortlate
late last night Smith had recently been beensentenced beensentenced beensentenced
sentenced to a term of Imprisonment in iathe inthe inthe
the penitentiary at Fort Levenworth LevenworthKan LeTenworthKan LeavenworthKan
Kan and was awaiting removal to that in institution institution Institution ¬
stitution stitutionBoth stitutionDolh stitutioniloth
Both men had been at Fort Ilyer YeT several severalmonths set severalmonths > ral ralmonths
months They were placed in the guard guardhoues guardhoues guardhones
houes some time ago and closely watchedLast watchedLast watched watchedLast
Last night the prisoners climbed up the thechimney thechimney thechimney
chimney of the guardhouse e and after < an anexciting anxcltlllg anexciting
> exciting run were free for the present presentAbout preseatAbout presentAbout
About 1 18 oclock word or the escape was wassent wassent wassent
sent to the police with a description of ofeach oreech ofeach
each fugitive Both men were attired In Inuniform inunIform inuniform
uniform Smith is five feet seven inches inchestall In inchestall < he3 he3tall
tall and weighs 140 pounds He has dark darkhair darkhaIr darkhair
hair and deep blue eyes Connor is five fivefeet nefeet fivefeet
feet feet ten incher Inch tall He weighs ISO 150pounds liOpounds ISOpounds
pounds and has dark hair hairA hairA hairA
A special detail of men was assigned lSS bDed to
hunt up the fugitives Several cars of the
Washington Arlington and Falls Church ChurchRailway ChurchRaIlway ChurchRailway
Railway were stopped by the guard guardsearched guart1searched guardsearched
searched for the prisoners and then per permitted permitted permitted ¬
mitted to pursue their was iva The neighbor ¬
ing country to Fort Myer was watched and andwill andwJl1 andwill
will today be patrolled patrolledGYPSY pBtroUedGYFSY patmliedGYPSY
GYPSY WOMAN UNDER ARREST AEEESTHer ARRESTHer ARRESTHer
Her Repented Effort
to Kidnap n nChild nChillI aChild
Child nt Atlantic City CltjATLANTIC CIQATLA CityATLANTIC
ATLANTIC ATLA TIC CITY X No j June 19 19Vhlle 19VhlleHugh 19WhileHugh While WhileHugh
Hugh Genoe soninlaw of Hotel Proprie Proprietor Proprietor Propriebr ¬
tor John Moss loss sat eating supper at the theMoss theMoss theMoss
Moss Hotel last night an Italian gypsy gypsywoman ypsywoman gypsywoman
woman made a daring attempt to kidnap kidnaphis kidnaphis kidnaphis
his twoyearold daughter Marie MarieThe MarieThe MarieThe
The gypsy was captured and taken to toJail tojan tojail
Jail where she groaned and cried and andmumbled andmumbted sadmumbled
mumbled to the officers that she could not notunderstand notunderstand nottinderstand
understand English nor why she was ar arrested ar arrested nrrested ¬
rested It was the fourth attempt thegypsy the thegypsy thegypsy
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