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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

- o 5or (f?ecip as? (Ire IJou IDttfy WAsirrNGTOsr, d. a, Sunday jsiouisrnjra, attg-tjst 4, i895 ttventx pa&es. THItEE CENTS. VOL. 2. :NX). 505. Telegraphic News Supplied tlie Exclusive Service of the United Press and Bennett Cables, Supplemented by the Special Correspondents More than twice what other local newspapers have. Associated Press COHIS' NEW SPEUEB MISSIONARIES WERE KILLED GEN. HARRISON GROWS COY LYEfl CBIZE SOBSIDIHG 85&jm How Court-Bully's Election Is Regarded by English Parties. DYNAMITER DALY'S SEAT It Will Be One of tlio First Topics Considered by Parliament Ills Bateh ot Xew Peers to Soon Bo Created Possible Complications in Event of Victoria's Death. (By United Press ) London, August 3. The government m acceptiag the nomination of Mr. William Court-Gully, as speaker or the House of Commoni, to which position he "was elected on the retirement of the Right Hon Arthur TV Tecl, now Viscount Peel, has avoided the first pitfall in its career. The only persons who ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

the wAsnrisraTOiN" times, sxjjsiday, august 4, isos. VIEWS OF THE VERDICT &fci05ES ik Sqis F and Eleventh Streets. Storago Warehouses 22dst, coarM. Riding a BICYCLE is tho best exer cise you can enjoy. It's healthful, en joyable, oxtroinely imigornting. And the wheel to rido Is tho "IMPERIAL" the 0110 fro soil. The Second Week Of Moses' Half-Yearly Clearance Sale Begins Monday and business will be livelier, if anything, than during the first week. We've added, plenti fully, new fuel to the fire and its lights will burn brightly for eco nomic Carpet buyers as a consequence. Here's the way they run. In Carpets: 1,175 yards Extia Heavy In grain Carpets, in handsome desicus. Formerly SOc yard. 711,, Now Dl'2s 1,600 yards WEST quality All wool Ingrain Carpet. Hegular"7X VScquality H" 'jw 550 yards good quality Tapes try Brussela Were Mc yard. t?"7-" OW wW STB yards good Quality Tapes try Brussels Regular C5c qual- nl- Ity Ko HrZ.1s 1,000 yrd of our Celebrated AgiaCnrjiets Regular pri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

rmzzziziz ,- . " " : ' i t;s ON the third floor our Baseball and Athletic Goods De- . par t in e n t and it contains a larger stock than any "exclusive" Sporting Goods Store south of New York. Everything is priced about three-fourths of what others ask. It was a new feature with, jus, and it has been a very successful one. Lower prices than usual just now to end up the season. Hot weather clothes have also dropped in price. $2.50 is just half of what we have been getting for these Striped Flannel Coats and Trousers. $5 for a whole Striped Flannel Suit in stead of $10. .keFjrifeet&Co 5 315 7th St. BERNARD STAVED IT OFF Defeat Threatened the Engravers When He Went in the Box, Pulled Them Ont of tlic Uole and Won the Game Botli Teams Played Slow Bull. Tbore is no question about Joo Bernard botug the bebt twirier in the" Departmental Loaguc, for lie lias proved his title to it on several occasions during tbe past few weeks. Yesterday afternoon in tbe game -with tbe Government Printi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, ATJGrTJST 4, 1895. TheWashinfltonTimes (Evrair av is tub Year.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY Tlic Washington Times Company, TIMES BCILDIVO, Bcutuwbst Counkh Pkvssv.vama Avemje ad tlxth. strew TolopUono Editorial Rooms, "58. Business Ofilie,3r. Frice, Tnlly Fditlon One Coat fiundnyldition Ihreo Cents Jy ihe mt-sth Thtrty-flve Coata. WASHINGTON, X. C., AUGUST 4, 1S95. Snlj-crllwr-s to "Tho Time" -a 111 confer a favor lv promptly report in; nnj diooiiri'vy or eolleiitor-, r in: li'ft of duly out lie part of 1 Uo eui rieri. Com plu iiit- either b mull or in per oii will roeolvo prompt intention. Pnpe'nsnliouldbedellveredtoull parts ot tlio clt by ( JO o'clock eacli morn lus;, ii.cludiii'-' Sunday. "Tlio Wii-Oiliigtmi Timet." Is a mem ber f tlio Buchdule Co-operative io ciety. TAKE THE TIMES WITH YOTJ. Cummer Outing.. Will Not Bo En joyed TCnle-., It Goes Aloii!;. 1 ln r-uininor tido -of pleasure and li 'alt b-veelccr. lias set in toward mountains, spring and t-cui-I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

THE AVASH1NGT05J" TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 1895. s $ W ft f for you to reap the harvest. c have marked them down. Although thestjlcs arc still here vou can com- plctc our wardrobe Forj our summer outing at a very little expense. The prices arc less than the cost of manufacture. The com- incnccmcnt of the closing of our Lawn Department. Notice the prices and see for yourself. f f f f f f f 31 pieces of Scotcli Lawn, warranted fast color. Closing pries 4-C. Q 15 pieces Blue-ground, White Dot and Figured Lawns, 12c quality. Closing price OC. yd 16 pieces Plisse. You know the quality sold for ISc yard. Closing price uC. 12 pieces Crepe-Fabrique, iublue, pink, green, yel low, black and brown. 15c quality. Closing price OC. yd 33 pieces Jaconets and Lawn, 12 and 15c quality. Closing price lUC. 8 pieces Imported Dim ity, 25c quality. Closing prico ...". IOC. 11 pieces French Jacouas, 25c quality. Closing price lijC. 14 different patterns of the best French Organdies. Closing price..... Z3C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

r"WES;" witt"P x THE WASHXNGTOiN; TIDIES, SUNDAY, ATJG-UST 4, 1S95. -1-"evaiBtBr- Just Think of It. your gain, so grasp tho opportunity while loss is which wo will sell as low as 25 cadi, but Your Choice of Small Payment Down. SI Weekly. 10 Per Cent Oft for Cash. NO SWAMPS. NO MALAKIA, but I'l'ItE Allt, PIKE WATEK, PEKFECT DRAINAGE is what you get at boautlful and occupiod, flto more houses and a church In course of construction. Contracts out for several more houses. People buy to day and build to-morrow Buy now while you havo tho chance. Don't put it off auy longor. ilako up your mind to-day to go out and look nt this desirable property. Trains lcao on bundays at!) a. m.: 1:10, -.-01, 4:1U, Q p. in Week days at 11:40 a. m., 4:30 and E p. in. Circulars and tickets at our offlco or from our agonts at Feunn, B. R. Dopct, Sixth and B Streets N. W. TUXEDO CO., 5:23 F St. IN. W. H Vo 1413 New IS SELLING HIS ISM E3 UB kl U L2 V& -TT7"! DAMAGED BY LATE At GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. SIMIS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

THE WASHINGKrO TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 1895. t ' uehteimt Private Gill Tried Before a Gen eral Court-martial. DBUMENHESS HIS EXCUSE tin Counsel Pleaded That Liquor Hon dored lllin TJiiulilo to Realize the Gravity of Tito Offense Case Con cluded and Sent to tlio Itcvlewinjj Authorities for Action. The taking of tesUmony in the military trial of Private Gill, of Battery I, Fourth United Statos Artillery, Tor assaulting Lieut. Birkhimer, bis superior officer, was concluded yesterday, tlie accused in troducing two witnusMS. Privates Pat rick Nealej, or Battery G, and William II. Welch, of Battery I, In Lis defence. Tlieir evidence was immaterial, hut tended to show tliat the offense might have been eommitted by another party. The prisoner had previously confessed, however, to an indistinct recollection of having had an altercation with some one on the date given, the uighl of June SO, but pleaded that he was so drunk at the time as to be utterly unable to distin guish with "whom the ar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

8 THE-WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 1895. If: Requires -. only a very light purse to supply all of your Clothing and haberdashery needs H H)KE). For there is a continual story of reduced prices from all over the store. In every department nearly every garment has been marked down to much less than its real worth, in order to clear the counters for the fall stock, which will begin to arrive in a few dars. Good values in those Pants from Suits and the $6, $5, and $4 ones from regular stock at $2.25 per pair. Take any $4 and $3 Duck Trousers at $2 per pair, and the $2 and $1.50 at $1. Soft texture Batist Pajamas, handsome patterns, sell anywhere at $2.50 per suit. Take them for $ 1 . 50. Also a lot of $2.50 French Batist Night Robes, extra length, at just half price $ 1 .25 each. A lot of 35c Lisle Thread and Maco yarn Sox, in plain black tans and russets and fancv colors, 20c per pair, and dozens of other equally as good value in every department. Bu3' your Shoes HERE if 3'ou -w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

Part 2 THE WA TIMES Pages 9 lo 20 WASHZSTGTOlSr, D. C, STJiDAYIOIilNTNGr, AUGUST 4, 1895. jr ' ,ww , ' ' i Shoes Sent by Tn n n zs n rs Mnll to any ri n n (g n (g Part of , Ll U U 2 U Unltcd States. y Our three stores crowded daily with, purchasers many evidently laying- in six months' shoe sup plies and no wonder they fully recognize the fact that, in many cases, they can now buy from us two pairs of shoes for the present value of one. However, it'll be only a very short time longer, during which you can buj- any shoe in our houses at a Reduced Price. mm THIg WE3EK 7C For lOc Black or Tan Dressings or Blacking. 19 C Infants Soft Sola Tan or Black Button. QOc Infants Dongola But H ton. with good leather soles and worked button-holes. 49 C Men's and Child's Ten nis Shoes With Leather Insoles. Ladles' Kid and Dull Dongola Opera and Easy Kitchen Slippers. Infants 75c Quality Tan and Black Kid Button. 69 C Child's Patent Leather Sandals. Child's White Kid Sandals. Misses' Dongola Sandal...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

THE WASHISTGrTO "TIHUS, 'SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 18D3. BY BALLOON TO THE POLi Undree's Novel Sclieme of Ex ploring the Frozen North. WHAT SCIENTISTS THINK DutallH of the I?ropoed Aerial Voy uo to tlio Arctic Soino Former Attempts and "Why They Failed to Itoueli tlio Coveted Goal Sup posed Sea Current. The Arctic Sens are now full of expe ditions In quest of the role. They arc under the leador&hip of men exception ally well enuipiied and who have the ad vantage or knowing many things Uiey aught nut to do from the disastrous ex perience of lhoio who have preceded theiu In this perilous quest. It is generally thought that il the role is ever to be dis co vored, some man will hang his Hag upon It during the present summer. Whetherthat flag will be American or British or Nor wegian or Danish, is another question. Under the. cirrunistancos it if interest ing to record tin opinions held by the most prominent explorers with regard to the ultimate discovery or the Pole. One of the greatest liv...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

) THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SOTT-DAY,, , AUjG-UST 4, 1895 ii CLEARING SALE Qn RPAD&oeEsn I Johnson Wig!! and Siwfetlllf LUttrells, 713 Market Space. Monday morning we commence our annual Midsummer -Clearing Sales in all departments, with advantages to buy ers that cannot be equal ed elsewhere. Everything in the store must go, and go quickly. To move them down go the prices with that dull, sickening thud the nov elist and dramatist speak about. The representative val ues enumerated below speak for themselves. Wash Dress Goods At Clearing Sale Prices. i9c For 3iy2c Organdies. Dainty French Organdies, in white, black rivy&ad tiultd grounds. All this sea noti newest cITofts and the identical quality others soil at 37lyc. Our Clearing ba ( price 19c 15c 1 lit.sn und Crejio Organdlos, now llHc lOcto ton Duck Suitings, now 7yc 12' c t rpon UinguRms (new stylos) now. "M-c s; c i mliroidcred Lawns and t rgandlos. ... 15c i!5c Blark batm Mripf Organdies for 16c 10c iuality Dress Ginghams,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

12 THE WASnrSTGTON TIMES, SUjSTDAX, AUGUST 4, 1898. - sJ A UTTLE HUM AND THEN "Mariar, I want ter tell yer cue chews gem." "Well, why don't yer givo np yor "With ns men it's different, Wo REABY TO 1IKL1 THE rOWEKKDL. So Ho Gave "Lcl 1. Morton" Three Dollurs. Iwassittinginu railroad depot In Buffalo, waiting for n train, snj-s a writer In ttio Detroit Tree Press, when a stranger ap proaulied ine and said "" "If- kinder queer bow liard up the bet of us may get sometimes, cli " "How do jou mean?" I a-Ked ""Wall, I juM, met the Governor of New Totk out hero, Levi P Morton, and lie asked mo for tlie loan of $2 " "You don't say!" "That's what's the matter. Had hiB pocket picked and wanted to ue $2 right away He didn't know what to do about It till he aw me " "You know hini.then?" ".Never set eyes on him before to-day. He jest picked me outer the crowd fur a man who'd do him a favor lleunly wanted 2 but I made him take ?3 He'll send it back in a day or two Tver meet the Gov ernor?" "I've s...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

' THE WASHIGTOlSr TIMES,yTJKTATT, AUGUST 4, 1895. 13 aiPs OF THE ELlsE $$ AUGUSTA r If you look for Eyrie Inn in the guide books of the Hudson River you will hardly find it, for It is nestled away iu the hills hack of the Palisades, and Cran ston's, its near neighbor, absorbs all the fashionable and historic interest of the country thereabouts. Yet we, a party of weary mountain tourists, found the i:iu a very grateful resting-place, and tarried there from week to week. Wc loved to lie at night in our hammocku and watch the lwats twinkle on the river, which lay. a fiiinlng thread, a mile below us. And it delighted us to count the pompous hills that stretched away from us on three bides. .Not a neighbor was within a. mile of us on any side, and we did not wonder that some times the mountain birds settled upon the turrets of the inn to see what new creature had come to dwell among them. The housekeeper of the inn that summer was Miss Hassen. Bhc was the most old fasliioni'd, sweetest t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

14 THJE WASHIIfrGTOK TIMES, ,SinO)AX,AIIG:UST 4?- 1895. Ill IMS OF HE M Unique Collection of Clocks at Ihe National Museum. FEOM DIAL TO STOP WATOH tnjrenloiis Devices Uned In Ancient Times to CneeU Ofl tlie Fleetliijr Hours Clephednus ot the Egyptians nnd GiKdles of Kins: Alfred Involu tion of tne Hour Glues. Ono ot Uio iarC6t and most valuable of collections is that vrlHcrr is iiotv beln; ai lansd at te National Museum and which contains jHobably some of the oldest relics evei catliTei in any one place. Under the caie of several of the proTossors tliere are now b-i:is catalogued and exhibited time picces of all uatiens fioai the earliest at tempts dovrji to the watches of the piesent centisxy Eat the most interesting part is tliat containing 8oms of the ancient clocks which dki duty hundfds of jeara ago ycais before even the New "World had leen brought into tuo existence of the civilized nations Th BiMJcimcna of the fiist attempts at measuring time IB an antique dial which is bo i...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

THE "WASHIGbK TijVtES'StlMJAX;"AXracrST -4, 1895. 15 tTap Sryjll saBBsSHiB-,"- " IjT SHt! ' Seatffc Belles flllJOl Au kJ, 1 ' Disport m w& BJWEWBBBP r . Iti H0W MILLIONAIRESSES AT PCT l A IB NEWPORT LEARN TO RIDE, J MilBSflMBfiak V , f J 3jSnmm c3TclinSr Became a Fad Last Sum- ! jMBSfiW flrw fa I aSed b7 the 40- iPlr Bl IS TRILBY" ALL DAY LONG Pretty Bare-Footed Girls on Manhattan Beach. FROM THE COUHTRY OYER Thomas C. Piatt Is One of the Iarge Audi ence. Manhattan Beach. Aug. 1. Do you know vnta balloon party is? And are balloon parties jxtjmlar in your part of the town? Or ar they strictly a Coney Islard lnven t ju? A b&Houa party proper la a gather?- of indignant and enthusiastic people u AU oiu balloou of any size in their midst. The balloon is -well inflated and f-enl up into tho air in the direction desired. The peopli foltow it, walking as fast as possi ble. u"lil they reach their destination. T! idea of the balloon party origirated r.t Manhattan, where there is a sho...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

16 &mm . $m &t Cfywclfc WHERE FASHION DISPLAYS ITSELF AT NEWPOET. Miss Virginia Fair's Stunning Costume at the Last Hop. Newport, Aug. 2 The "wise -woman who wishes to sec Newport fashions goes to Trinity Cliurch Suudny morning. "When the services are over she slips out promptly and goes over to All Saints' Chapel to see the people come out. This is a frank con fession, but in extenuation be It remem bered that for many generations it has "been known pu-Micly that "women look at bonnets in "meeting," so why not gowns? It takes a little frock sometimes to digest the bcrmon. Besides, is one to write for ever about the other days of the week and reglect the first one? A tall Englibh girl, of brilliant .com plexion, wore a strikirg church toilet Inst Sunday. It was a prineess frock of a blue almost as deep as the cornflower shade. The skirt was full so full that I guessed its width at nice yards. It was fluted, but not trimmed. The mm bodice caught the eye at once with its bands...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

THE "WASHEN-GTO TOTES, SUKJDAY, AUG-USl1 4, 1895. a? BICYCLE AGAINST A HORSE Kovel Form of Racing Re cently in Great Vogue. PAIS GIBLS IN THE SPOET Misses Brice Enjoy Pitting Their Mounts Against Cycles. "You want to race me? "Where's your wheel" Arc you seated? All right, -wheels moving, skirts In place? All! Gut up, Gpy. We're otf to race with a blcjcle. "ffmnoworJiMCTOr beoalyu horse!" The weaker was .Mrs. Hiram Cleaver von Ivroh. the beautiful young matron eques trienne, of .New i'ork West End Four Hun lred, whose prowess In all athletic sports makes her as popular with the women as does her beauty with the men. Once, when she was tending a flower table at the Garlield Fair. Mrs. Garfield, smiling through her. tears, asked: "Who is that woman? She might be erllej 'The American Jersey Lilj " And as the American Lily Airs 3r6h has since been known, ir Langtry made Long Branch notorious, Mrs. Kroh mike it bealthful.for she keeps the maidens ahtir bj just such little teats as her "r...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

THE -WASHrNG-TOT TIMES, t SUjStDAT, AUGUST 4, 1895. .15 Matters of Interest to Organized Workingmen of the District. MEETINGS FOR TniS WEEK. SUNDAY, AUGUST 4. La-bor Dy Conference Typographical Temple, 3 o'clock National Alliance or Theatrical Stage Emploves Hall, 1310 E fctieet L A., 4806, K of L. Musicians Elks Hall, Ninth and Pennsj lrania avenue. Butt hers Asenibly, K of L. Plasterers' Ball, Four-and-a-half stieet and Pennsyl vania avenue, 3 o'clock MONDAY. AUGUST 5. L U., No ISO, Brotherhood of Carpenters Hall 027 Massachusetts avenue. L A., 1044., K. of L , Journeyman Plas terers Plasterers Hall, Four-and-a-half street and Pennsjhania aitiuie. L A , 174S, 1L of L., Cipenters and Join r Society Temple, Firth and G streets L A., 104C, K or L . Bakers' Drivers Bunch's liall, 31 1 Eolith street. E A., 1228, Plasterers' Lathers Harris' Jlall, Seventh and D btreets TUESDAY, AUGUST 0 Federation or Labor Plasterers' Hall, Four-and-a-half street and Pennsylvania avenue "WEDNESDAY, AUGU...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

19 Per Word No advertisement less than 10a THJE WASHEtfGrTOK "TIMES, StJNBAY, ATTGrUSTT 4, 1895. " Onn Pqh$ Per lid mill Word No advertisement less than 10a. One Cent A. I No advertisement less than 1 Oa Osio Pont PER lio uoili word No advertisoment less than 10o. One Cent A No advertisement less than 10s. One Osnl word NoadYortfcamontloss than lOo. UIIB uBIll Word I No advertisement loss tnau 10a. . 7T SUMMER HESOITTS. JOKNSONHOUSE.CokmialBeneh, on -water front; terms reasonable; spe- clal rates lo parties. Address illtS. G. E. JOHNSON. au 4-7 1 MAPLE GHOTE-High location; al ways cool ; large lawn; near tnts.; abund ance of fruil, spring cblckej: milk; Ice; drives free: terms moderate. EDWIN SHOEMAKER. Philoinont. Va. au2-3t FOR RENT At Arundel on the Hay, -Md , a tent 12x12 feet square, with flooring and cook Hove; $5 per week. Ad- dre.-s E H. GELSTON. Arundel on the Bay, Md. It POTOMACBAY-A now plnce op posite Wiikerson's; beautifully located forsummer bonrding; boatir.g.lmtbing,...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 August 1895

THE TTASHETOTOIEr TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 1895. vsv LlJ-Oii!llll f Valuable Species DeFug Imported for Use and Ornament. MAMMOTH 00KN10F PERU It TJus Grains Four Times nH Largo uh tlio Native Variety Attempts to Cultivate the Flowering Sugar Cane and Mystio Krlu. Nut of Africa. " ' : ' ' a" i" Bead Han's Hollow Is one of the most Sesolatc places on 1 lio Virginia side of the Potomac opposite Washington. The locality is euggesuve of dark crinio. Commencing at Spj Itun, at a point conliguoustotbenotoriougambhngresort, ll :tre'cuet away for alKut a mile. It is a drear j hollow, with a small pebbled 6trcani running through it, and the sides covered with a crubby growth of young oaks and fehruboery. Tin- la-t victini or Dead Man's Hollow was Jet-fee "Webster, a colored youth, who was f-UM through the back while walking through tlie gulch last Sunday. There are many storios told about tlie gk . .m ravliH' Soldiers frn Fort ilyer, on the crt or the hill.havo been waj-laid and rolibed tlte...

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