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THE EVENIHGr TIMES. MONDAY,. StOYMBEB 25, 1895.
lid near M.
Piano Stool, $1
-Aa unusual price for
an unusually good article in
polish mahogany finish,
ebony and oak, strongly
braced a well-made, well
appearing stool in which,
every little detail of con
struction has been carefully
Ton if Any
EVER do today
what you can put
off till tomorrow.
That seems to be the maxim
that some people so by, but
those people are goinz to be
disappointed. What is the ad
vantage! of putting off buying
till tho last moment? You can
get better prices now you can
get waited on better you have
a better selection to choo sa
from. You needn't pay for
thorn; a small deposit will re
serve them for you, and noth
ing is suierthan that Christ
mas Will soon be here, and that
you will wanttoelvesomacifts
to friends and relatives. No
jewe er can show you a better
selection to choose from than I
can, an J no one can give you
such low prices.
fkeep operr every night till
Christinas for your convenience.
Most any kind of
Overcoat vou can possi-
y want from the short
English Top Coats to the
long "Storm Defiers."
Prices are lower here
than elsewhere couldn't
be otherwise. We man
ufacture every stitch we
sell and it keeps our
big factory at 2I3 W.
German street, Balti
more, Md.,-hustling sup--pl-yiug.
this and, our At
lanta stare If handling
such large quantities of
-Cloths and making them
up ourselves won. t lower
prices, what on earth,
$9 to -$35 here
will go every bit-as
far as $10 to. $45
Cor. 7th and E Sts. N. VV.
Ho Branch Store in Washington.
When a great Clothing Coiicl sncFas THE 'FAMOUS, goes out
of business there is ah oppormnlty for the 'people to purchase
rOnrliJ-nrT of ' " - 't
Orders are to sell the entire stock at once, regardless of loss, and we
shall do so. Bargains are universal. wonderful. Come today.
MERCHANTS ARE PLEASED
Louisiana Avenue Difficulty Settled
by the Commissioners
(8, CIO, and tit Suits, well niacin. In
neat patterns, excellent rallies.'
114 and 15 twits, made of stylish,
sightly goods, any of them welt
worth the orlglnalprlce. Choice..
117 and $13 Sulta,houeat all-wool ina
terials,ln all the newest styles, and.
every suit a startling bargain.
3 and f3 Suits, la desirable pat
terns, price' positively leu thaa
cost to manufacture. Choice....
(S3 and YSO Suits, flue Imported and
Domestic Fabrics In all the newest
stylos, equal to custom.made.sume
lined throughout with slit. Choice
19 and (19 Overcoats,
well-made and servlco
able. Cut down to.. ..
112 and (11 Overcoats,
made or durable, styl
lsh goods. Cut. down to
1S una US Orercoats,
stylish and desirable
material, splendid bar
Cains; cut aown lew...
150 and (25 Orercoats, all
.styles, good, noo est, ma
terial. lot down to. .
til and f t- Orercoats, all
tu newest stilea ana
I fabrics. Cut down to...
t& and 30 Orercoats.
r node of lb fittest ma
terials, good inany silk
lined. -Cut down to...
coats. only two or th roe
ina lot, originally sold
tor (t and yu. Choice
BOYh' hUITS, strons g-ods, well
inu'le and fit pertain sizes 11 to 19
ye.irs, former price, 17. Go for.. .
BOS"srITS, dcuble and elnelo-
brensted, I n bine and medium
colors worth S10 and 1H Co for.
BOW MNGLB AND DOUBLE-
BltEASTKO surra, in Bluo, Black
and mixed Cheviots; reduced from
eu; norec uexoro sola leaauuva
trT5 and 4-123 Go for.
CIIILDUI.Vii fcUIT, doublft-brftaBt-
eu; Eooa, strong, honest goods;
wortii aM, Go ion
CHIbDJIE.NH -sUITS, aU-wooU dotv-
oie Drtsascea, double seat ami
kneftfti worth St 5a Go for
iCUILDKEX-S SUITS, double-breast
ed, in gray, dark, and medium col
ors, sizes 3 to 1ft year ar former
CIIILDIU2TS SCirs, double-breast
ed, la bluo, b.acJc, and plaids,
cbeTiota and c&saimer&tt sizes - to
1A years; former irlce $7, SB and $9
Co for.... ......
KM OFTIE GUNNERS
Inrest'gation of Navy Yard Scan
dal by Board of Inquiry.
TESTIMONY OF THE OFFIOERS.
It Wan .Shown nt the Eiuinlnutlon to
day Tlint the Colored Seamen lluvo
Itecu Subjected to All Kind of Iu
dlttnlt lex Court-Mart Jnl Will Fol
low Discovery of Offenders' Names.
When tempting ads. 4a yon ariarw
Tj spend your cub-go akt
for sUpsbop garmrau. rea4y akttf,
Will make you look a (bowl
S one side of the pict-
now iook at oar side
Take any of those Fifle
Business Sack Suits, to order,
with their expert workmanship
dressy, lasting; fabrics prop;
style that we make-to-meastu
LEASE AND FIXTURES FOR SALE.
Bear in mind this Great Sale"is now on the earliest buyers will have the best
opportunities. Bring the children.
803 MARKET SPACE.
LEWIS B. MOORE, Manager.
Slieelal l'cnnlls to He IMited
Fifteen Feet to lie Kept
1105 F Street.
I'Jrat rnr' Flvc-ciRlitl) of a mi'e: two-yi.ir-olrt
Hiccaiieer. Afrinitv. Wi-nnmn.
Perflrtr. .icd 10T: Ida ifw?. !r'-
Serttnfl rc- ik rtrtfl a quartor furlongs.
Bflllne. Hem-factor. Tnlif, Itcrrtsa. Caro-M-u
and .Inu Unnlrn, 105 f icti; .Tews Harp,
A indRatv. FlakHtrooil. Mar limit. Cere
mony. lilj- r'inmvatrr. Kulus, Bropan
and KiNlow.te. 1 02 e"th
Thlnl ra One mile: w.Hirtr. Sir Tom,
lOd: Equity. 105: Drizzle. Kinir Paul.
Warpi-Jke. 101 e.uli; Andrews. S: Mote,
!I8: l.ltttro. 02. Cockade, Lady- Uielimond,
Julk?t. b'l tat.li.
Fourth rut M and .1 Half" furlongs: all
RKe. llli Orjteand FacinlOO eicluilar
guerltp. 1(U. Dr. fri-Imuth, 100. TunFljnn.
Bit: ilis niijtiiftt). St.
Finn ratv One-halt lulle. "elllnc Jer
sey. 122. RoIU. Forest, Columbus, n r
wyn, Iiobolink. Bella O., 1 19 oacli: Irish.
Lnss, Dow. Ill caeu; ris lUancno IS . !tc.
Sixth raft Six atid a quarter furlongs,
BHlllnc. Priuiiis. 109; Billy Hoy and Marfc
elone, 1 " each; Tancred. Elizabeth and
Wnlcntl. 101 each: Iiiik Samariran. Dillon
J., Joe Sherlock ami Austin. 102 each;
Mattl" ri.tm, and rarthenia, 99 each;
The Louisiana, avenue commission mer
chants liae practically won the privllescs
they asked or the Conimlsdonera as to the
walks on their street. They are trell sarta
Iled. The iirivilece cranteil, it is under
stood, uill noLbe legally reetricted to Loui
siana a t nue and Ts'intu street, but practi
cally Jt will be. .
The Coiuin'ssioners this morning decided
to issue spfruil pertuitft to comruiaSion mer
ch.uita for S25 each, alloivins theru to
occupy the sidewalks with their boxes,
turrets, crates aiI gooiU iu general for a
space on eacn sine. icaui iiiteen ieet
'el-ar in thetvnter or the walk.
On Louisiana ueuuetliiH leaves twintv
flie feet for the ue.e of the merchants.
The wait on that avenue Is Tony reet
wide. It is proposed to srie the mer
chants ten feel nej;t the mrt for then
use, under certain restrictions, and fif
teen feet next their, stores, with other
Capt. J. S. Miller, who was At the Dis
trict tioiiillntc nipt ruornlne to talk over
the details with CoL TrueIelU said the
I urrantrement ins Oiro satisfactory to
Conimts-lont r Kos aid Hint the terms
sunmittrd to tl e commission merchants by
the lionrd had not Letn atceiited. so that
the matter was not lormally Milled. Capt.
Miller' s-atcBient,' liowever. Indicates that
the contllttons Lave been accepted, and the
final aiUustment only awaits the opportunity-
for the CiimmlsMoneri again to take
the matter ni.
DYNAMITE USED BY CUBANS FLESH AUDI BLOOD SPIRIT
Macso and Gomez Employed Bomb3
With Frightful Effect.
Hi-port That Clui eland Into Be llecu.
rated 1'' tti" Queen Itegeut on Ac
count of Ills Sen IceH to Spain.
Kogers, One of the Best-Known
Mediums, Caught at His Game-.
When Wa Gkinfc. "VaK Grubtietl He
""Trieti to He ilH Way Out With
llntrliet.llut Wut. Arn-Ntetlw.
HIS IIODV FOITNU.
Ghastly DNeovery ly aSoiiof IIIkMIm
Alliance, Ohio. Xov. 25. Jacob Mc
Qutiton, a v, ell known mine auiierlr.tcndent.
has been mliin shice Saturday evenlnc.
iSearch iwrtlis have been scourins the
Darlr tlt morninjr Mr. UcQuiston s son
illcoNereit the mutilated remains of his
father Irlnjr In some bushes along the tracks
of the rntstranr, Tort Wayne A Chicago
McQuwtau had eticlently been struck by
a. tram n Idle walking on the track Satur
Why pay fO for a pair of
shoes wben you can get a
pair of tho best Wei Kid
Lace or Button perfectly
m ado clove fitting at half
Uie prica 7
HAYENHER & DATIS,
928 F St. N. W.
J $ I
New Vork. Nov. 2B. When Dr. Henry
K. Jlcgers, a well-kuown spirit medium,
oieneii lift wecjtlyeatice liitnKthtat No.
I0O West Beventy-sitth street. Detecllve-Sc-rgennts
Foyeaudllroivn. w ere present as
sovcnmientis endeax ..rhig to M.prc.U)eiT0T. "J
news, in order that new arruals fn.m theT:sTnJTTlr:IK,n5? - -3.2 ? TleveqUt
Havana, Cuba, via Key West. Flu., Nov.
25. Important, udviecs received fr..m
Santa Clara declare that the rebels are
using dynamite with munlerous effect in
ecry eiigagement. Great terror alrcailj
isMs aitioug the bpantstt tnoiw ana inc
THE TIMES DAILY WEATHER MAP.
trrcparcd at Uie United Stales Weather Bureau.)
Vs S TJoo i,
news, in order that new arm
peninsjla may not be panic-stricken In
The method employed by the rebrfct to-i
break the enemy line consist in iiin.w
lnc Iwnibs into the Spanish ranks.
In this way. It Is asxrled. Macro forced
his way through all oiipcwIiiK forces fiTlns
Srogress throujrh Santa Clara, which pro
vince he could o.t otherwise liave Invaded.
Gomez used djnatnite in bis asiuult at
Telajo, and insurgent-, sive what appear
to be etogserated reix.rts of the slansh
ter that loilowed. In that cnRap roent
Ooinez tiH)fc many prlsontrs.
Gen. Campos sends word to the government
that a comoy on the nad to Salto was at
tacked by Insurgents, and a serious en
gagement tot mace. Detail of the I.xes
Puerto lrinne adices say the rebel
Ireid-tt, CiHOcros, and hLs cabinet were
escorte.1 by the lores of Joe ilaceo when
they Ictt that province to Join Gomez and
.ntonlo Aiaceo In Lan Villas.
Spauish official reimrts j;ive the cov
ernmeiit losaes lathe field auu no.spit-.ib.Iro in
comnienceinetit of hostilities to date at
It Is reported In Havana that t're-ddent
CleveUnd. or the United States; Caro, of
Collmtila. and Gutierrez, of Uau Salvador,
will be decorated tiy the qnctm recent, as
the executives of Mexico and San Domincn
viere a forlnleht ago. in token of Spain's
ftralituilc for tneir neutrality in Uio Cuban
rianta Clara advices state that Gen.
Campos has pardoned several iusiirKint
prisoners, on condition that tlidy act at
uid.. for Spinisn columus In the field.
.Advices from Cieufuejios, Cuba, say that
the to n of Guinea de. Miranda, in the ju
risdiction of Tiimclad, has been captured
by Kolorr. v ki aud burned, as official
The tow a ..art or some-importance; had a
population of about 3,001), and was a
poiut of strategic value.
It w.is situated in a tobacco anil corfee
Srowins district. Tlie inLabitanls fled lor
rtfuce to the neichljorinir iH.ices.
Roloff's forces cotw)ilctl of more than
2,000 men. The small garrison of Spanish
t.out -.rreuuereu aiwr a brier but he
Extraordinary Sale at
,5tU'if!.t?rll KraT mixed Undershirts.
Sd Jg1Kht. bound neck and front, 25c;
1IoL'I w!'.lte Merino Undershirts, heavy
weisht. collarette neck, silk bound front,
fancy silk stllchlnc, pearl buttons, ribbed
tall. Drawers to match, 33c; -were 4Sc.
,2sKr,r,UIJt.rd Km" Undershirts,
feeavy vceatut. collarette neck; silk- bound
front, pearl buttons, ribbed taU, Drawers
to match. 30c; were 46c.
ajrninst Richard Roe and Jauo Doe. on af ,, !u s tarucl s Hair, mbrture Unilershlrte,
Clrarce of ohtaJKUiSmoney under false pre-! 2..?"'". ." It extra
street, as comphlnant. obtained warrants
F Forecast Till 8 r. M. Tuesday.
For Eastern Pennsylvania. New Jersey
nnu ueiaware inrcatenins wearner and
rain; -warmer Tuesdaj mornlnir. colder
aoeaaay evening; southerly winds, shift
tnir to westerly.
For the District of Columbia and Mary-
juc ..limutuuiK weamcranu rain, ciear-
wk iuesuay anenioon; easterly vvlnus.
ihiftiiifr to southerly; warmer Tttesdar
mornliiK. colder Tuesday evening or night.
For Virginia Bain; easterly winds, shift
ing to southerly and westerlyr warmer in
northern portion Tuesday morning, colder
Weather Condltlonsand GeiiernlTore
; The barometer has fallen rapidly In the
central valleys and risen. In New England
!ind west or the Rocky Uonntains; it Is
ilghest northeast of New England, and
Dwest In the lovror Mississippi Valley.
General rains prsrall throagboat the
central -valley, the lake regions and the
fclddle Atlantic States.
' The following; heavy precipitation. In
Inches, were reported;
a- .S?rt?F ile W! 4 nonrs-8jttoey, 1.16;
fc"Je Rock. 1.1; FsJesUne, 1.12; Ilea'
fit is warmer In tbs central valleys and
colder in New England and the middle Atlantic-States
The indications are tnat general rains
will extend over tho Atlantic coast north
of Boulii Carolina, with snow In northern
New England and northern New York.
Rain Is alio indicated from the lake regions
southward to the Gulf coast, followed
by clearing weather during Tuesday af
ternoon. Condition of the 'Water.
High and low tide are officially re-t-i.rd.li
at the Navy Tard for today as
.-j i' ?- - 8.40 a.m.
J 32 p.m. 9 08 p.m.
Temperature and condition of the water
at 8 a. m.: Great I alls Temperature, 44;
condition, 36. Receiving, reservoir Tem-peratarev-48;
condition at, north connection,
J(K. condition at south connection, 38. Dis
tributing reservoir Temperattire. 47: con
dition at influent gatehouse, 36: effluent
Schedule Cor Street Llbtlng.
Gas lamps lighted at 6 53 n. m., cxtlo
nlshed at 6:43 a.m.
Naphtha, tsaws lighted t 5 53 D. m.; ex-
iWSDUUCU HkABB M.W
llrilllant 3Inrrii(;eCelebrntPd In Wet
m tiiHter . London, Today.
London. Nov.23 Themarrlsce of I,iut.
Commander W. S. Cowle. naval attache to
the Unlteil States vmbassv here, and Miss
Anna Roosevelt, sifter of Theodore Roose
velt, president of the board of police com
missioners of ISew Tork city, was cele
bratedin St.Andrew'sChurcli, Westminster,
The ceremony was performed by the Hon.
John Stafford Northcote, vicar of St. An
drew's Church, a brother of the Earl of
The rhurch was crowded with a brilliant
assemblage of English and American guests.
There were no bridesmaids.
The bride was led up to the altar by her
eoasln. J. R. Roosevelt, secretarj to the
Uulted States embassy, vv lio gave her away.
HOB&nSlAX IX TROUBLE.
Three Indictment Against Simiipl
ll. 'elon of Itlelimond, Vs.
Rlehmond. Va . Nov. 25. The grand
jury of the Husilrga court today returned
three indictments against Samuel B. Nel
son, the well-known horseman, who was re
cently arrested tor defrauding the State
bank by overdrawing his account. Two of
the Indictments arc lor felony aud one for
misdemeanor. It was for faNlfviny en
tries in Nelson's account that Bookkeeper
Cardwell wassentto thepenittJitlary.
tcnev Girard having, paid a dollar .to
si-ak to a matenallzattoit of his dead sis
ter. Mrs. Ktiima Lotkwood, at a previous
se-itice. Girard was also present hist night
A"Kplrit had appviml and Iiad ad
vauceil a few feet rroni the cabinet when
the delee-tlves who were umong the tlcvout
believers!- In the first rttvr of seats made
a ru-sti forward and seized H.P cjxok.
Uninn selze.1 the medium while G Irani
Jurn.-d up the ga to gc-t a better look at
his iU pnrtnl sister. During the excitement
the believers yelled Roblur;" "Ihleves!"
I'oHcer- at t he lop of tLeir voices.
Refore the llglita ncre turned up fullv
Dr. Rt.gtrs materialized a hatchet from
somen here beneath the curtains of the
cabinet. The hatchet was to be used as
the tomahawk cf an Indiiu rhler wiio .1.
sired to c-oiumunlcate the truth to the
pale faces lu the room. The thief, though
a K'Mxl uarrlor, was unable to rescue tue
doctor, but swnu the hatchet to aid him.
While the ghost was struggling, Ucicins
and screaming in its ende-avor to e-ciirc-iti
llbcrti and return to the sulrit land the
doctor vva3 trying to cut bis vay out of the
room with tlietomahaivk, and inckieuraily
brain Detc-ctlve-llrown, who was holding
on to his lighting arm.
The ghost, was muud to be Mrs. Matilda
ChadniLk, a. mend of Dr. Rogers, bhe was
drcssi-l iu a loose robe oi white material
full of luminous, paint, which did not sb.v
hen the gas was turned up.
lete.tive llrown manage.1 t handle Dr.
Rogers, and alter giving Mrs. Cnadwiclca
chance to change her ci..thlagthe trio was
taken to the central office.
Dr. Roger-' vv ife was present at the time,
but did not- interfere, at d as there was ho
warrant tor her she was not arrested.
The police have-been trjlng to make a
case against Dr. Rogers fur some time- He
is probably the licst known spook material
izer in the country, having optratctl in St.
Lonls, Plillaoelphia. Chicago and Cincin
nati ry extensively. It was lu Philadel
phia that be met Yost, the well-known
manufacturer of typewriters.
Rogers completely alenlattd the effec
Uons of 5ost from his faintly. Tout fol
lowed hini to New iork. Here ne furnished
a house on Firiy-econd street, near Eighth
avemie. In palatial style, and laacticaUy
turned It over to Rogers. It i claimed
that Tost also gave him much ntonev.
About three months ago lost died".
It is claimed there were suspicions cir
cumstances iot rounding ids suuden taking
IXFANTS FATALLY BURNED.
Small Fire In Flat Results in Death
New Tork, Nov. 25. Shortly before 9
o'clock this morning fire occurred lit the
apartments of William Collins, on the
second-floor of the five-story flat, No. 221
West Tenth street, which did $200 dam
age. Lillian Collins, B years old. was burned
to death, and William Collins, an Infant
of 10 months, received fatal burns.
in our store is prettier
and cheaper than in any
other store in town.
1 225 F Street N. W.
Chlcauo Woman's Dentil Surrounded
My Curious Misadventures.
Chicago. Nov. 23. A scries of strange
mishaps and fatalities surrounds the death
of .Mrs. T. Toblason. No. 710 Northwest
ern nvtnue. Mrs-. Toblason died under
peculiar circumstances on lase"Thursday.
Connie-ting stories are told as to how she
met her death.
One story is sha had been to a grocery,
ami on her return, slipped on the Iraard
walk In the rear of the office, breaking
her neck. Another statement is she sus
tained a paralvtic shock in the hoase, failing-
from a chair and dying of repeated
tie iuui liinjctrs.
Yesterday afternoon the funeral was
stopped by tho coroner for two hours.
Finally pc.-mts-.toii was Riven to place the
body in a vault at Mount Ohve Cemetery,
pendlng-the Inquest! today.
On tne way lack from Mount Olive the
carriage eontatntng Mrs. Toblason's sou
was run Into at Washtenaw avenue bv a
Division street' electric car. The driver
of the carriage. Charles Peterson, sus
tained a, fractured Skull and will die.
Thomas Tobiaeon' narrowly escape with
his life. The carriage was completely
wrecked, and one of the horses so badly
.hurt it find to be shoe
The coroner this nrternonn will empanel
a Jury ami go to the cemetery and hold
l'EN'GREB AX1CHBAI FARES.
Street Hallway Company- Retaliates by
v IncrenHlntr Cost of a Ride.
Detroit. Mich.. Nov. 25V-Tlie Detroit Citizens-
Street Railway Company yesterday
pat strident, five-cent fares i nto crrwt. wo h
L-the exceiJtion or "worktngmen's tickets."
iiigm ami morning, i Reaction was in pursuance-
uf a Ibrentmade brPrcsident John
sou to Mayor Flrgree to the effect that if
the city government persisted In rerustng
to meet tue company part wa In the mat
ter of extending the compnn) 'a franchises
both the universal transfer svstem and the
slx-foz-a-quarter tickets would be abolished.
This de-ciara uo a has now been made good
in both respects- Mr. Johnson, however,
was -willing to meet the city in the matter
of further reduction of fares (probnbly
to seven roraqnartcrl provided thecltvet
tended the company franchises, most of
which -win lapse within fourteen years.
AlaTorPilUrrcCinSlStSUllOn llolhtncf...pt nf
eight Helms for a quarter, day ard nights
warm forchejtand back.'Dravvers to match.
-uv, ,.ri; uw.
back and front, maUng it extra warm for
Cartt A."1 oack. Drawers to match, 4Cc;
Men's fleeced lined Camel's Hair Under
jntrtB. extra heavy, made otsuiierlor oual
lt of yarn. Drawers to match, 49c: were
Men's natural wool mixed Undershirts,
heavy weight, silk bound neck aud front.
I'H!cr6"k "Itching, pearl bjitons. ribbed
tall. Drawers to match. 40c; -were 73c
Men s white wool mixed Undershirts,
heavy weight, silk bound neck and front!
fancy sdfc stitching, pearl buttons, ribbed
tail. Drawers to match. 5Dc; were 79c.
Men s all-wool medicated scarlet Under
hirts and Drawers, 73c each; were SI.
Men a all-wool medicated scarlet Under
shirts, double back ami front, splendid
weightand quality. Drawers to match. 98c:
Men's natural wool Undershirts, double
back and front, a very superior garment,
made with silk, bound neck, pearl buttons,
ribbed tail. 90 per cent wool. Drawers to
match. 96c; were $1.49.
oys- neavy weight white Merino Under
shirts and Drawers. 21c each; were 29c
Boy' heavy weight Camel's Hair or Ran
dom mixed Undershirts. 2t c; were 29c.
Boys' grav wool mixed Undershirts and
Drawers. 29c each; were 40c
. Boys heavy wbitcMcrino Undershirts.sHlc
bound neck and front, silk stitching, pearl
buttons, ribbed tall. Drawers to match.
35c; were 49c
Ladies' heavy Egyptian thread, ribbed
Vests and Pants, 26c each: were J9c
Ladies' heavy white Merino Vests, silk
bound neck and frout. fancy silk stitching,
pearl buttons, ribbed tail, Pants to match.
39c; were 49c.
Children's Leavy white Merino Vests and
Pants. 9c and upwards.
SiUendld values Children's heavy Under
wear, prices way below otbsrs-
Heavy Ingrain Carpet, 29c per yard. In
stead of 40c
Heavy wool mixed Ingrain Carpet, 39e
per yard. Instead of COc
COO remnants of best quality Body Brus
sels Carpet, 1 to 4 yard lengths, 44c per
yard, instead of 70c. Good lengths to
make rugs from.
Felt Window- Shades. 3x6 feet, spring
roller, all attachments, 13c. Instead of 23c
Best quality heavy oiled opaque Window
Shades. 3x7 feet, spring roller, all attach
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743, 745, 747 8th St. S. E.
The board of inquiry appointed to hives
tlgate the charges of hazing made against
the white members of the class of seamen
gunnirs at Uie Navy Yard met In the new
court-martial room shortly after 10 o'clock
this morning. After remaining In secret
session for aii hour and a Lalf the board an
nounces! that the siwsions would be open
to the public
The board consisted of Commander W.
Maynard, president; Lieutenant Comman
der Richard Vtalnwright, and Lieutenant
W. W. KlmhalL Ensign Warreu J. Ter
liune officiated as recorder, and'put the
questions to the witnesses.
The subject matter of the board's In
quiry has been fully and exclusively- print
ed in The Tin -s There are thirty-three
members of the class of seamen gunners,
men advanced for special aptitude they
have shown In the duties assigned them.
Four of the men are totorecL
The men are all compelled to eat at the
same table and bunk in the same quarters.
The white protested and agreed, it Is
said, to ostracise their colored classmen.
After committing numerous outrages
upon the colored men, such as emptv
iug cuopldors upon the mattresses of their
bunks, soaking the. mattresses and cover
ing them with blankets, they finally "keel
hauled" the negroes, lr is said, by drop
ping them In the water when it. was
at anything but a comfortable temperature.
Everything In fact. It Is Mild, was done
to drive the colored men from the class.
COLOR LINE INVOLVED.
There is. therefore, much res-ting upon
the result of the board's Investigation that
was begun today. It is practically, to de
termine whether the color line shall be
drawn In the United Mates navy.
The board is merely an Indicting body,
lr it Is round that offenses have oern com
muted ami the njines of the perpetrators
of the offenses can be learned, tney will
be held to answer t fnruaeuurt-nartial.
Upon thedeterrainatii.il to make the pri-cet-dings
public Commander Maynard took
his seat at the he-ad of the table. Lieuten
ant Commander Walnwright sat on his
(.right and Lieut. Kimball on Ins left. En
sign rertiune was seated at the otner end
oi the table.
Commodore John A. Howell, command
ant of the Navy Yard, was tho rirst wit
ness calks! before the board. He knew
nothing of the matter at issue of hi per
sonal cogulzaiice. Officially the witness
had receiv ed a report from one of the lieu
tenants some time in October. The report
was verbal, and to the effect that a col
ored classman had compkilned to him that
he was struck over the eye by a fellow
gunner. The report was afterward em
bodied iu writing, making complaint of
hazing on the night of November 11. Lieut.
Blockllrger made the report to Cotumod.ire
Ensign Williams bad submitted one or
two memoranda, the wilnesssald. regard
ing his views and belief concerning haz
ing. Certain members of theclass bad dis
claimed any knowledge ct IrreguXarities.
itness did not remember the names of the
"Have you ever heard any hootipj; or
Jeering of any members of the cias by
other members?' asked the recorder.
"I have not." was the answer.
RUMORS WERE TRUE.
The reports of theofflcers were then read.
The Investigations of the officers, as their
reports irdlcated. found that the rumors re
lated above were true, and that the hair
had not been told. The colored men had been
J.n red at. bullets bad been thrown at them,
thelrtockera and beds ha.d been despoiled,
and they had b"en subjects or boemT-in-Jury.
The uam-3 of the perpetrators of the
dee-di were notknowa.
Ensign George W. tW!!iams succeeded
Commodore Howell Iu the witness chair.
I know nothing personally or the al
leged hazing," said he. "except seeing the
wound on the face of J. A. Jackson, col
ored, said to have been strock by a fcUow
clasman. C.iu you name the daymen who have
disavowed all knowledge of the occur
renrej in question?"
"There were atioat twenty of them, and
I do not remember tb-ir names, but can
furnish tliem." answered the witness.
"What opportunity," asked the recorder,
"has the officer or the day for observing
coudact of seamen during dij and night?"
"Cctwcen the hours of 1.C0 p. m. and a
a. m" sale! the witness, "he has the onnor-
tunttyhewatitsto make. Inthedayttmethe
men are in the shop."
In answer to tlie query if any extra In
spection and Watch had been made since
the reiiorted outrages, witness said an ex
tra guard of four was on watch each night.
Inspections are now sometimes madeafter
12 o'clock midnight- No hazing has oc
curred cuimc; tne nours the new watch
stood, from t p. m. to 6 a. in., so the wit
A report had rcichcd witness that lnult
Ing language had been used toward Jackon
on November 16.
Witness said that he obeyed an order of
the commandant in seeking to learn from
Inquiry among the seamen the sentltn"nt
among the classmen. Several seamen
stated "that it wasn't right that a nigger
should be placed over white people."
At the conclusion of Ensign Williams
testimony the board adjourned for luncheon.
or those splendid Beaver and
Mel ton Overcoats s trapped
seams all-wool linings Velvet
Collar Silk sleeve linings to
All bear an ineffaceable stamp
of gentility and distinction
examples of the eternal "fitness"
of things here.
NEW "ERA" TAILORS,
906 F St. N . W.
SILSBY & CO.,
Commission Stock Brokers.
J. R. WILLARD & CO.
Thi Company has abundance or
money to loan on real estate and
collateral security at tho lowest mar,
fcet rates. Persons own In p tne lot
and wishing to build a home can te
cum the nocessary money from this
and TrustCo.. 1405 G SU
C J. BELL, President. ft
FRANK WILSON BROWN,
1335 F Street Northwest.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions
Clroct PrlTat WItm I Loot Dlstanco
Principal CltiM. I 14-14.
MESSRS. THEO. W. MYERS & CO..
No. 4-7 New St., New York,
Members of iho Xbu I'orfcStoc't Exchang.
H0DGEN COMMISSION CO..
Brokers and Dealers
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Stocks, Cotton, Grain, Pnmsions.
Local Offices Kooms 10. 11, 13 Corcoran Ballil
faiR 605 7th nt. opposite P-itont OSlce
onccs Phllaaelpnia, Baltimore, Washington.
BCI.I. AXD IMItEGTTLA.n.
HULLS REFUSED TO FIGHT.
VOOB 1'HOK. DA11L.
Wife Made Too Much Mu-io nnd He
Applies lor Divorce.
St. Louis, lio.. Jfor. 25 A special from
Oklahoma City. Okln., says that Pmr.
Atitone E. Dalil, pmpriclor or Dalit's t'oa-serratorj-of
Music orNew-YorfcUtyafd a
pianist or rcn.nvn in (tie Kasr, flleil suits
111 Oklahoma no ijjtanliy asking a divorce
from his wire, Mattle L. Dahl.
The petition ilaicis that he met her In
Taylorvilie. Iurt , s.iou alter h s arrival
from Norway, lie was twenty and she was
forty-two anil had been divorced from her
lie iharses that she frightened hlui into
a marriage with her, ana has since then
beaten and abased him.
Ten Thousand Spectators Felt
Otherwise and Had a Illot.
St. Louis. Mil., Xor. 23. A special from
toe City of Mexico say thata not occurred
at the liucaeli ring yesterday afternoon
in consequence or the poor righting quali
tirjr the bulls.
The 10,000 spectators begin to show
their dipleaure Irom the uvraent tee first
bull made it appearance in the arena.
As thesetond anil third animaU proved
eiiuallv had an unknown individual luirlrd
a plank at one of the fizbUrs in the ring.
This act served as a signal Tor the ex
cited multitude to behave in a like man
ner, with tl e result that the ring was
itrewn with chairs, cushion and lumber,
which had been thrown lnm the botes
ami fences surrounding InecoIlLseum.
The bull lighters ran Tor their lives. It
was only on account of the presence of the
large body of soldiers, who threatened to
Tire on the mob. that the total di-tmctkin
of the structure was- averted.
The mnnasfuient was lined 5500 and
ordered to return the admittance price,
which was $i per capita. Several people
were more or less Injured.
This demonstration Is likely to result In
the suppression or bull fighting for mime
time to come.
Larue Gold Shipments Expected to Be
Made This Week.
X"!r Tort. Xov. 23. The feature or the
trading at the Stock' Exchange tlila morn
ing was the heaviness or the Industrial
sroup. Sugar dropped 1 3 8 to 9a on the
continued rak'm-xi of refined and fears or
lioktllc legislation by Congress.
The unfavorable traae condition af
fected leather preferred and the btock
dropped 1-ld to G5 1-6. Tobacco gold
down 21-4 to bl 1-2. on reports that the
opposition was making serious inroads In
the coiii'iany's territory.
Chicago Gas dropped to Gl 3 8, owing
to the delay in promulgating the plan of
As there will be no fast steamers for
Europe until Wednesday, very little was
aid about gold exports this morning, al
though all the Indications favor lurge ex
ports thts week.
All But tlii Mate Saved.
New York. Nov. 25. The steamer Vigi
lancla. from Havana, early this morning
brought Capt. James Guraev. Jr anil
seven or the crew-or Ihe bark Brace Haw
kins, which they had abandoned In a dis
mantled and water-logged condition on
November 14. ninety uulfs south of Cape
The mate, Frazer, was swept overboard
Gales on British ami French Consits.
London, Nov. 25. The high northeast
gale which set In on Sal unlay coutmttrs
and a Irrge number or vessels on the
eastern and southern (vasts of England
ami the French coast havi been wrecked.
In most cases, however, no live were lost.
Harris tu Be Hansed in January.
John Harris, alias "PUy". waR todav
sentenced by Judge Cole to be faRnged at
the jail Fridav. January 31. His counsel
gave notice of an appeal.
Gov- HnHhuell and Senator llrice Or
cnailztni? a Guis .Monopoly,
t-priiigfield, Ohio. Nov. ITS. Gov.flcct
FU-shncll left Saturday evening Tor New
Tcrk tu j-oavilt with Senator lirlce in re
gard to lh iiiusolklattoiv of the local
natiral and a-tifuijl gas companies- It
to cakl Get-. Bunnell Is also Interested
TMth llrn-e lu the proposed plan of getting
told of all the artlfiilal as well as of the
natural g-is plants rroui the Indiana fie d.
New Yolk Stock Market.
Furnisncdby Frank Wilson Brown, broker.
1335 f- street.
On nias Ij!W
Airortcan Tobacco TOs S3! SOJi
iKU-on. Tcpeka.. AS. F. 1CJJ W l&Jj.
CC.US St Louis. 41.
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Loulsnllo ana MisnrlUs- 5-U 5; 5.11 z.1
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Washington tnec Excnan:.
NOTICE On and after Saturday, November
30, the regular meetings of the Exchange nlll
convene at 12 o'clock noon, instead of HfcSO
a. m.. as heretofore.
Sales Hctropolltaa It E.. S at 10i
fiOTEa JENT BOiai. rfli Ast'J.
US. 4s. -.. K ...ltiaj 11
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C. b. 4' . ISO ltOJj
I'.iS'i rjai 114, .
nisruiCT or con-stun bomjs.
& 1SOT "JO-year Foaains" ...15I
tslWs"33-vear fuadlnr COM U1H
rslSJI "Water htoce- correacy..... i!5
i'sisoa 'WatersIDCi--currency. IIS
X63'tlKI "FccUni- currency. Ill
SH'sReg. 1-10 3, 1333-133!. M3
HetlUtConv (Ts. 1301 115
Celt It i:sa 13a S3
Eckincton It ltCs. isxs-1311 100
Columbia It K5-S. 1311 :tl?i
W ash Uas Co, Sac A. (Ta. 133i-'Jr.. 1
ash Gas Co. Ser 11, (Ta, ISD'ja . 113
U asn das Co Cocv '. VX1 IH
C. S. Hen Light Corn- Vs. 1M1 i:a
Chesapeake tTotomaaTeL,S'a 130
Antr aec jc Trus.5's. 1333.......... 103
Amer beef Trust Ta, 193V. 100
Wash Market Co lit ra. lSSWall
J7.000 retired anauaay 110
V, ash Hark Co Imp Us, rjl'-'-T .. 110
Vt aah ilaxk Co Elfn 0's. 1314-'S7 113
Jlasonlc Hall Aas'n S's, C. 1333 103
Wash t-tlutaatry Ist6"s.l90t 100
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Farmers and Mechanics.. ......
Citizens .... ............
aire Bsrosrr lis nrcsr co-s.
Sat Sail" Depoals Ss 'ITast
Wash Loan Treat... ..........
am Security Trust
ash gnfoUopoait.. ......... ...
Cap'tal Traction to
Metropolltatr ............ .....
Lcrasron ... ................ ...
t,ecrj,etoiTn nnd Teaallrnra... .
uxs and tux uauraro:.
L.at revtricLlit.... ....
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ronuj. CI STOCKS
Flremens -B .
rranklin. . js .
Arlinctoc..... .fc......... Ito
finrman American 150
Aatioaal Union.. :o
UlSSS ... . TV
Lincoln. . . ;u
Tmj: rratrnxxcB stocks
Keal fstateTltle. -.... .... lor
Commbia Title r
liistrict TiUs. 9
rnaylvania . S7 .
Che3apeakeanu.rotomaa. ..... SO
Americas Grapbop&oaa SIX
Fseuaiatle Una Ciurlaso .3
Washlncton Marker. . 14
Great tails ice .... is
Bull Kun ranorama. ...... ..
Lincoln Hall .... 60
MerganthaltF Ltaotype- 217
Cast week of the great muney-raisini
ale at the New fork Clothing House.