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THE EVENING TIMES,
OCTOBER, L 1895.
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A fall Overcoat jet? -We have one to suit you, no matter
what price you want to pay. Good honest, well-made garments as
low as TEN DOLLARS? "Stylishly cut, and as perfect fitting as
if j'ou had worried with some tailor for months. Covert Coat,
knee length or longer. Finer ones $12, $15. (another grade that
it worries every other dealerto equal at $5 more money), $18, $20,
and up to $35, where you get the equal of the best tailor's best.
Fall Hats are HERE. All standard blocks, but at a dollar or
two less than hat store prices.
Shoes, too, the best leathers in the newest styles and lasts. But
see them. They'll talk more eloquently than we can.
Robinson, Chery & Co.
I2TH AND F STS.
This solid quartered oak Sideboard, swell top,
richly carved, 20 x30 beveled plate mirror, 2 small,
1 large linen drawer and double closet, well made
and finely finished. Equal to any $25.00 sideboard.
SPECIAL PRICE AT THE RINK THIS WEEK,
' Furniture and Carpet Co.
iajf&i5B5sB3 ebbs mmmmmmmm
1 We're ' i
m Insuring 1
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every week, and very soon -it will
be the rule and not the exception to find a man
or woman who has not taken this simple and
inexpensive precautionary measure.
$6.00 A YEAR covers the entire cost of
a policy. This policy guaranteesyou against
damage by accident or theft, and entitles you
to free repairing at nearly every bicycle shop
in the city.
'Phone me to-day about it. Tel. No. 1593.
GEORGE B. HARLESTON
General Agent Penna. Mutual Bicycle
1335 F Street Northwest.
Home Office, 1345. Arch Street; Philadelphia
STEPHAH IS IN POtlTICS
He Hopes 10 Arraign Catholics
Against Secretary Smith.
INDIAN SCHOOLS THE CAUSE
Hl Sny TIihj- Hae Not Been Fnlrly
Doult With and Tlrnt Jrrejnilarltlo
Exist WlHliifi rastors to Speak
Out a ltd Ilrt-ak Down tlio Existing
l'olley of llftlcunco In tlio l'ulplt.
An ImiMirlniit-prograinmc and jrolloy aio
to be dlwusscil to-day In secret conclave
by the Cathnllu archbishops of the United
States. The plan Invohes the arraignment
ot lion. Iloke Smith, beiretary of the In
terior, for unjust dlsirliniiution In the ad
ministration of Indian affairs, and there is
great possibility that the mot Ucs and forces
or n new political agency are aliout to 1
The htory Is long nnd the grlcvani-es are
niu lent, Mirr. Stcphan Is the prime mover
and ailvoi-ate of the new policy. As he was
only recently (April 2, 1805) created a.
monsignor, or chamberlain of the Tope's
houehuld. It is within Ijounds to assume
tliathls projects hae thenaiictionoritome
and or the authorities of the rropagamU
Fide. ilgr. Htejihan denies that he Isai tins
under pajul authority, but it Is ery prob-nliletliat,t-iriiislilsrcfiillslttoUome,lie
Kought advice upo i the monn-ntous proposi
tion laid before Uie American hierarchy.
He saj s:
OUT F0U GAMn.
"I am now in politic. I am In It to win,
nnd want eerjbndy to know il."
llgr. Htrplmti is the hi ad ot the bureau of
Cainollo Indian mlIon. Ills urgint ap
pealsand strong erforu I ierore Congress and
departments in liehair of Ills charges are
generallj known, lutneverlieforchaslie been
so in earnest.
Wgr. Stiphan awrts that the time has
come for organized effort. The votes of
the millions of Catholics must be put us
a bar. against this steady aid insidious
ciicroaclunent. lie fajs organized attack
must be met bj serriid dcrene, and the
sjnipallilt-s of all tiro id minded Ameri
cans enlUled against the acthe and
ceaseless efrorts of a coterie of bigots.
He assumes that the government should
have no religion; that it is the equal
arbiter of public rights, and therefore
not opiwsed or favorable to any creed,
sect or denomination; and, above all, he
claims that the attacks made lately have
been successful solely becaun of the
organisation that has characterized them.
Therefore the Catholics must band to
gether. TO AKIIA1GN SMITH.
The Initial move will lie the arraign
ment of feccretary bmlth, on charges pre-fcrri-d
by the organization of Catholic
HUhops. These will lie laid before the
next Congress and an Investigation not
only of the Sez Perce allotments asked,
but ot allnialters pertaining to the conduct
or the Indian orriee. There have been
whimpers among jKilUIUans w ho are Pro
testant Injmeii, Bince the-se allotments be
gan, that searching investigation would
reveal irregularities b whKli many have
The arraignment ot a Cabinet offk-or
b such methods and on such grounds Is
profoundly sensational. If Jlgr. Stephan's
plain should carry, the cett Congress
will be unique us his object Is to have the
assembled bishops of his church memorialize
Congress for redress of the wrongs al
leged lint the far re-aching proposition
to nrg-iul7e the Catholic- voters under and
directed by thilr liMiops, acting In unison,
is a proportion contrary to the tradl
tlons of the American heirarchy. The
tact that it Is to day liclng eerlously
urged upon their attention will be news
to the world.
CONDITIONS HATE CHANGED.
"Heretofore when we have been at
tacked,"' paid Mgr. Stcphan, "our priests
have been practically prohibited from
seeking relief through political ogincles.
On the contrary, if matters do not suit the
Trottstants their ministers are usually
the first to touml a warning and give ad
vice to their flocks. Hereafter I hope this
relieeiice of Catholics will be changed and
that we w ill stand up as an organization for
our rights under the Constitution. We
have no decire to Invade the rlgths of
others, but from now on those who willfully
disregard or nullify our rights to equal
privileges with other religious bodies in
this country will have to answer for
such to the voters. Tfc propose to enlist
the svmpathljcs of all fair minded men
who would tlo to others as they would be
de-alt by. The history of our Catholic In
dian missions is a reproach to the fair
dealing of thl gov c-rnn m We have been
lavish of our private charities, but Just
as soon as we st-ek a proportionate share
Indians a howl goes up from a certain
quarter, and instead o! presenting and re
ceiving a Just allowance on our claims we
have to fight forever dollar we get from
Congress and then engage in a constant
battle with the Indian Office to get the
funds after they are appropriated. We are
tired of this, and I for one am going into
politics I am in it tq win. The only
way to win is to organize."
ni:x. nncAX iiuiued.
Grand Army Alc-n Officiated lit the
The funeral of Gen. James Dugan, who
died suddenly at the Torrestcr House, on
Four apd a half street, Sunday afternoon,
took place to-day at 10 o'clock from the
residence of Capr. H. E. Burton, No. 1000
Ninth street northwe-st.
Gen. Dugan was a prominent man In
Grand Army circles, being a me-mber or
Tiudall Post, G. A. It., or Philadelphia.
The Phil Sheridan Post, or this city, tool:
charge or the funeral arrangements and
sel'-cted six members of the post to act as
The oak casket, containing Gen. Biigan's
remains, was wrapped In an American
flag. Capt. York conducted the ser
vices, both at the house and at Arlington,
where the interment toot place.
SAYS KILGOKE IS IGNOI1ANT.
Tcxns Attorney Klips Charges Against
A Texas attorney named Davis lias for
warded to theDepartmcnt of Justice charges
against Judge Kllgore, the newly appointed
Judge for the Southern District of Indian
The charges say, first, that the court is
devoid of legal knowledge; second, tfiat
ho practices wholly onglna land inexcusable
methods of court procedure, and third,
that he shows favoritism to a young at
torney named Edy, who Is allowed ex
orbitant fees by order ot the court.
to Judge Kilgore for an answerto them.
Fourth Tinttnlion Inspected.
An official Inspection of tlie arms, ac
coutrements and other company property
of the Fourth Battalion took place last even
ing, about 70 per cent of the men being in
lino. The board of Inspection was com
posed of Adjt. F. 8. Hodjson, Quartermaster
Silas H. Klngsley and Inspector of Utile
Practice Maurice B. Sabln.
Veteran Firemen on a Jaunt.
A large delegation of the Veteran Fire
men's Association, accompanied by a de
tachnientoftheMountPleasantDrumCorps, this morning left for Reading, Pa., to be
guests of the Pennsylvania State Volun
teer Firemen's Association, now In session
there. The members wore their uniforms
and marched up Pennsylvania avenue to
Knocked From Bla Bicycle.
A carriage yesterday afternoon knocked
down Benjamin J. Downey while riding a
bicycle on Connecticut avenue. Be was
taken to the Emergency Hospital In an
unconscious condition and afterward placed
la a, ward tojecover from the shock.
We are lelKtg Bhoei in all
three itorei at HAXF USUAL
FHOFITS to jproteet our
patroni agaistt the advance
eoc. quality Black Hool
for lien and Women..
WM. HAHN & 00. 'S
Iicllablc Shoe Houses,
930 aud 93J Seventh st n. w.
3911 and 1916 Pa. are L w.
233 Pa. are. a e.
STILL RUNNING IN DEBT
Treasury Statement Shows a Steady
Increase in Expenditure.
iU-cclpts WIIlVrorMMy Full SJU.iMK),-
OOO Ilclmv the Amount to He
Expended Thin Year.
The Trt-iisur statement of rec-elpLs
and expenditures for the mouth of Sep
tember and for the three months of the
fiscal year to dale was Issued at the Treas
ury pppartnieiil vestenkiy. The figures
are exclusive of iHista I revenues.
The re-coipls fromallsources forScptcm
bcr were ?27.r.4ti,C78, and the cxjicndi
tures $21,320,481, an excess of receipts
of $J,22st,ls)7. Since the legiiiniig of
the curri'nl fiscal ear on July 1, theaggre
gate receipts have liecu $83,572,072. and
the expenditure-? $95,450,730, an excess
of expenditures of $11,884,658.
Compared with September. 16")4, the re
ceipts ror last month were nearly S3.1 00,000
greater, while the expenditures were SC,
100. OOO less. I'or the three months of the
fiscal jear to date the receipts are more
than $12.100,OCO less than for the cor
responding threv mnnthsof 18!14. al'il the
expenditures more than 53,100,000 less.
faecre-t.iry CarlMe, in his annual report,
submitted to Congress, estimated the
total receipts for the flsral car ending
June 30, 180G, Including postal revenues,
at $47G.007,407, and expenditures, ex
clusive of the sinkuig fund, at $448,092,
48G, giving a surplus of 528,814,020.
The estimates included receipts from the
Income tni., which having been declared
null ami void by the Supreme Court the ac
curacy of the estimates is somewhat dis
turbed. In the estimates lnterral rev
enue. Including the expected revenue from
theincometax, waspubdonnat 51!i0,U0O,
000. At the present rate of receipts the Inter
ml revenue for the year will lie aliout $150,
000,000. The estimate of customs rev
enues was 5183,000,000. Customs receipts
will be 5177,000,0011. In other words tills
showing Is made:
Estimates of receipts by Secretary Car
lisle for I8'JG, S476.U07.407. .At present
rate of rccelptsnhe; total ufr the year will
be, 5430,000,000. Estimated expe-nditures
for the same period, 5-148,092,486. At
pre-cntratccxp"nditures will be, 5172,000,
000. In the expenditures for the three months
of the current fiscal year to date it is noted
that neirly 55,000,000 less was expended
on civ II nn-J inle Ilaneous account than for
tlie corresponding period qf the previous
fiscal year; nearly a million less on the
pension account; and a million and nhalfli-ss
on the naval ai count. The Interest account
shows an lncreaeof amlllioii and a quarter;
the war account a million and a half, and on
account or tlie Indians about a million one
Israel HaptNt Shovvsi u Quarter of
The quarterly review of the Sunday
school of Israel Baptist Church was held
last night. The exercises were con
ducted by Mr. R. I). IlufflH.
The report ot the secretary showed the
school to be In excellent condition, with
235 scholars on the rolls, of which num
ber lOOIiavebecuadded during the quarter.
The penny colli ction amounted to 522 G3.
Dr. R. R. Roberts aud Dr. George II. Rich
ardson addressed the meeting. The or
gan latel presented to the school b .Mr.
Campbell Carrlugton was received, and a
vote of thanks taken to express the ap
preciation of tbo-school for Mr. Carrlt.g
Tried to Kill Herself.
An inmate of Lizzie Peterson's house. No.
1309 D street northwest, giving the name
ot May Parker, last night attempted to
commit suicide by asphyxiation from
Illuminating gas. She was under the In
fluence at liquor. The girl was removed
to the Emergency Hospital and later pro
nounced out of danger.
Time Flics, with the Butterfllo.
Miss Giddy l'ou don't recognize that let
ter? Why, Algy, that's one jou wrote
me last summer proposing marriage."
Algy Lawst summer! Aw, that's an
cient history in our set. Butisn't.lt a
Jolly good thing you refused me, so now
we're good chums Instead of man and
wife? New York World.
be purchasing a Fall
Overcoat; ithe import
ant question 'for you is
We know wliere you'll
buy if you look at ours.
5ucb Coats we've worked
bard to produce, and
they're a credit to us.
Expensive ? If y o u
think so we'll not ask
you to buy.
in Prices $10 to $30.
nVDCyCfiDTU'Q 621 Pa.
u inuni uiiiii Of
both in quality and price, are our
groceries. We sell no old goods every
thing is fresh and new.
Granulated Sugar 4c
Cream Cheese 12c
Carolina Head Rice 5c
301b. BucketJelly 75c
Pure Cod Fish 5c
Sardines in Oil, doz A 50c
4 lbs. Lard for ,. 25c
Mocha and Java Coffee, per lb.. 20c
JO Cakes Laundry Soap 25c
GingerSnaps, perlb 5c
' Irish Potatoes, per bushel 55c
Best Butterine-..: 15c
Bell Brand Condensed Milk, per can 8c
Corn Starch, per lb 7c
Peaches, per can 1 1c
Gunpowder Tea, perlb 30c
Best Mixed Tea, perlb T. 50c
Blue Hen Matches 14c
Large Pickles J 60c
Mason's Blacking 10c size, 5c; 5c size, 3c.
Delivered to any part of the City.
T. H. PICKFORD,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Fine Family Groceries, Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
924 Louisiana Avenue.
With some wonderful bar
gains in Men's and Chil
dren's Fall Suits.
This Men'a Els
butt made of best
In style and linlsh
a most artistic
Suits la All-wool
Cheviots ond Cas
elegant stri pes and
OttinB thB latest (f I Qfl
cut good cloth.... 4l,vU
This Coys Snlt Is ta
wonder of the 19th cen
tury. It la mado right
In oar own factory of tho
Tory test material
careful wcrkraanshlp and
rery complete In all
1 nines and trim- ff I OF
mines. Only $1 .0 J
Hats In this
fall s styles.
H. FRIEDLANDER & BRO.,
Ninth & ESts. N. W.
FIRST GDI OF THE SEASON.
Rough Russian Blue, English
Serges, Thibet Cloth, Black
Cheviots, Gray Cassimeres,
Kerseys, Canada Cords, Un
Some aro lined throngn
out with batln and
bilk, somo are half silt
lined, somo liaTe silk
and satin facings and
Eldeve linines. tailor
rnndc. rich and elogant
In appearance, fault
less In 01, extra stylish.
Your choice for
The most Inferior garment In the en
tire lot Is cheap at IliM). Tho best of the
lot Is posltlrely cheap at -CO. You'll
aay so, too, rhenjou seo them.
See Elaborate Display In Our Great
Curved Plate-glass Show-windows.
These garments you need NOW.
Come to-day please to-morrow may be too
Victor E. Adler's
TEH PER CHT CLOIUKG HOUSE.
927-929 7th St. N. W., Corner
Strictly One Price.
Open eTeulngi until 7. Saturday until IL
514 Ninth St. N. W.
Our Exquisite Tailor
made Cape. Just the
proper weight for cool
mornings. Worth $2.
Suit, Coat and Skirt,
made of All-wool
Blue Flannel, strictly
tailor made. Worth
$7. SO. Only $3.75.
SO Boys' Warm Suits,
sizes 4 to 11 vears. Worth
$1.50 each. " Only 69c.
Very Warm Children's
Outing Dresses. Worth
7Sc each. Only 29c.
Two Ladies' Warm
Vests. Worth 25c each.
Ours 2 for 29c
Six Warranted All-steel
Knives and sis forks;
twelve pieces for 29c.
Very Handsome Embroi
dered Flannel. Worth
75c Only 49c
Men's Warm Caps. Only
a few left. Worth 50c
Rugs. Worth 50c each.
Our White Marseilles
Spread, extra size. Never
sold for less than $3.
Extra Heavy Pure
White Nearly All
wool Blankets. Worth
$3. Only $1.49.
Large-size, Good, Warm
Comforts. Good value at
$1.25. Only 69c
Apiece. Children's Oil
cloth Bibs. Usually sold
at 10c Only 3c
Each. Boys' Eercal Fin
ish Shirt Waist. Worth
25c each. Only 14c.
Our New Family
Worth $5S. War
ranted five years.
514 Ninth -St. N. W.
Square Marblo nnd Glass Stands,Center Market
"What we want of you," Raid the editor
to the poet, "la something netv."
"But what do you call new?"
"Something worked over and smashed till
you can't recognize it." Atlanta Consti
tution. The Morning, Evening nnd Sunday
Tlnii) delivered to your house e-ent
you.bat 1 2-U cents a day, or 5U cents
Those who hold completed
Library or Premium cards
can present them and get the
choice of our great selection
of over three thousand vol
umest Premium cards are now
being given out to purchas
ers of Groceries. Ask for
All persons are cautioned
against giving any orders to
to sell for our house. We
have no outside solicitors.
Price of all- GROCERIES
2-pound package of the best
729-73 1 Seventh St.
GARNER & CO.,
X. E. Cor. 7th anil H Sts. X. W.
of OTery description.
Women's and aafen's
Cash or Credit.
j Mayer & Pettit, j
415 7TH ST. N. W.
AVe can farnlsb a tome
cheaper now ihsn wo over can
acM a U ur jircbcn t prices
ildn't rS nil f.n nnv viTti ni
! p-oflt Lasis. Ccst I .rlotteU
. cut of memory Specslr ael!- :
ins 1 OH wo n'o are- lo ,
cloir thes stores lWet tho
no -r ono U ready for u. 1 oa
save wbat t?o lOAe and save
& everything I'nrnlturo
Carpet Mattings Draperies
W ill you or won't roa?
House & Herrmann,
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