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Pre, tli Hew England Auociitad
Press, the Southern Aujelatsi Prtii,
- tie Hew York Stits Aitoeittei Preu, ln.
piemen ted by the exclnaiTe rigSt to publiia
la Wtihlngtoa the Hew York Herald cspr
right Cable Serr.ee.
-latlon for last week.
The STAR'S circulation JRQ CO
for last week was. . . i09,0lt
VOL. 1. JSX). 114.
The Sunday Times
has more patrons than any other
paper in Washington.
That is one reason
why everything1 in it
is of the very best
character and style.
To Please So Many Readers
requires tact, taste dis-
All those combine to
THE PAPER OF THE PEOPLE
Q RED CENTS
will buy many pages of literary,
historical, humorous, poetic and
scientific matter, together with
the holiday advertisements of
the leading merchants.
Di-corntlng Cozy Corners
Young Women, l raw riansfor Your
Home, ami Trim It.
Herbert's Kindergarten Navy
How He Teaches Ills Grandchil
dren with Models.
Winter SimrU of Statesmen
How the Various Sinators. Con
gressmen, Ambassadors una Other
Dignitaries Amuse Themselves Out
Rome Famous Bachelors x
Thirteen Great Mm Who Lived In
Interesting to Women
Skating Suits for Women, Natty
Costumes for Fair Lovers of the
.Luxurious Sofa Cushions
..How to Slake Tlitm, nr.d to Whom
to Give Them.
At Mme. Faure's Rcxvptlon
Bi.ds Introduced to Society' by the
rrencu President's Wife.
Life of a Tout
How Race Track Ilntgcrs-on Earn
Companions of the Patrolmen
Faithful Dogs that Help Keep the
Shop GlrlsTell How
Adlce The Che to Christmas
White House Dinners
Thev Are Not as Frequent or as
llrllllint as of Old.
Dollies Have a Doctor
Difficult Operations Performed in
- the Hospital for Tojs.
: : That
2d St. and Florida Ave. N, E.
"Why? Because 3-011 alwaj's gel
your money's worth; alwaj's get
first qualitj- goods; and always
come again. You appreciate a
good thing when you sec it.
"Wiry? Because the proprietors
arc not run by an' one; the'
do their own business and fix
their own prices, irrespective of
others; are not controlled by any
combination, cliques" or associa
For Today. Only
Western Mixed Oats 24
Western White Oats 25
Choice Hay SO
Other read In proportion
FOR FltfK DAYS:
"Uncle Sam Flour" "The
Best of Them All" "Without an
Equal." This Flour is too well
known to need comment
Poorir goods elsewhere at (4.50and S3
FOR TEN DAYS.
FURNACE COAL, $4.35 per ton
Other sizes in proportion; clean
coal 2-.240 pounds to the ton;
first quality only.
Excuse haste, a worn-out pen,
and poor candle light.
"THE GREAT CORNER"
2d St. and Florida Ave. N. E.
N. B. All prices are for
goods at The Corner, 2d st,
and Florida Ave. N. E. Haul
them for you If you- wish.
HOME RULE IS IN DANGER
Action of McCarthyiies Drivin
isls From Conservatives.
RUMOR AS TO THE HEXT POPE
Noted British Authority. Who Huh
Had Recent Conferences A lth Itul
1,1,1 Catholics. Asserts That the Cod
clino to Elect the rope- Successoi
Will lie Held Outside, of Jiulv.
London. Dec. 14.-Mr. Justin McCarthy,
the leader of the anti-Parnelhte section oT
the Irish parliamentary" party, delivered .1
speech at Walworth last-Tuesday In which
be delinilely committed that party to sup
port the tury scheme's tor sceUrian educa
tion. Since then the d tpn.it! ff,,n nt tu. 171....1.
to throw home rule r..r Ireland oerl.oanl
lias become more decided. Mr. McCarthy
ohvitnioli expects to olinln a pact with the
government uadi r which n Unman Catholic;
university will be cst.ibhM cd In lrtlatd.
besides s.ilivf,inc the Catholic clericals In
Enalamlhv assisting to pass a measiireth.it
they have long ilc-sin-a.
No policy could more absolutelvnllcnatc
the sympntlilcsor the Liberals. The Speaker
asks If the Irish realize the fait that bv
thus attacking their English allies ou a
purely English question the) will lind
It more diiricult than ever to heal the
,A!""1.V ,a. '"sllnculshed radical number
or the late Parliament who ivnsa moot pro
nounced . il aident Home Kuier lias retired
rrom un Imuortant honornrv post held bv
hlm in thetnuiloti Home Ilule Union, owing
to his disgust with tbelr.sh members for
going over bodllv to the enemi. not on an
Irish, but on an English question.
HOME RULE ELIMINATED.
The Methoilkt Times, the riiMc-nl7jrlnrtin
of the Methodist Liberals, declares that if
the Irish mcmliers of the Ho ise of Commons
swell the majority following the arch
bishop of Canterbury, home rule will pass
out of the ranee of practical politics.
These warnings, however trae they may
be. will not iteter the Irish from obejlnc
the ortlers of their clerical advlsen, and
an will move entirely in consonance with
the cencral Catholic- eutlmem.
jiaiu cim-raH win now cct quit or homo
rule with a general feline of relief, and
wilt aspire to eonsoinl ite the pirtj on the
old lines that will be acceptable to the
Duke of Deonslilre, president, of the coun
cil: the Rlclit Hon. Joph Lhanb"rl.iin.
c-olorlal secret-iry: Lord James-, chancellor
of the duchv of Lancaster. and other Union.
Isls, who are certain to rerase to follow
Lord Uallsluo if he attempts to cratlfv
tno Anclicau iIcrisnlH by an extenfon of
the htate crams to scctarlin schools.
The Conservative ne WMiapc r cliny that
there is a diiference or opinion 111 the
cabinet on the education cticstion, and
the denial is partly true, for the reason
that a clelinite- measure 1 not jet bcrore
the cabinet: but It is an open secret that
the duke or Dconsliire. Jlr. ClumUrHin
and Sir John Gorst. vice-pre-sident of tl e
committee of the council, arc opposed
to Lord Sallshurj's tentative nrumsals.
ilr. Cliaiiibcrl-iin's orcan. the Litmine
nani Pot, ..ajs Hint he lias cle.irli ranced
hims-lf witli the duke of Devonshire
aeainst the prime minister.
ELECTION Or A POPE.
Sir T. W. Ihe-d. editor or ll.e Speaker,
who has recently had interviews with
lenillne Italian statesmen, elves semi
official Importance to n startlire dicLi
ration in He issue of that naicr lodav.
resardine the intention or the Italian
Ministerialists in the event of the popo'a
The 8UI11 of his lone areument. which. It
is stated, represents the Uews of the
Hall m eoirnment. is that the conckne
which n ill elect the next pone must be held
The eo eminent means to prctiile ror
what Is called "an honorable exodus or
The practical, common sense of the
ltalim ncoplelslKcinnlnc Iom-c tuat.i ror
eleu pope would be practically unable to
pose as a pretender to a temporal throne in
Italy, while to an Italian pope resUlirur
abroad such an attitude would lnole the
loss of the spiritual suprenncv of the
Italian church and the slate protectine
him would be lKHind bv the International
Liws applicable to pretender dl'turblne
the iieace of other states.
The tolecranis from Odessa rcportinc the
enlarecnient of the. as the teli-er.ims say.
formidable Kttsslin Itlack Sea flcet.and the
maklne of it ready for any contlneencv or
war. lend interest to the Inter lew that is
published wltli nn Eneiisli enciiii-cr who
has lone been superislue theltuianwar-
snips tn me iiiack fcea.
When asked why ICusla was obliccd to
einiiluy a laree iitimu-r or Enclish en
clneers. he said lhat the Kussiaus do not
know their work. They spoil wiak ma
chinery, nre unable to make repairs, and
allow the stecrinc and other ecar to rust.
RUSSIAN NAVY WORTHLESS.
He added lhat If the Russian navy had
really to flcht. It would eo to pieces, the
cnelnccrs not unclerstnnillnc U10 niaclnnnrr
of which (hev ha.- charee. The Rlack
Si i fleet is rottine for want of paint.
The officers steal the tiiouev that is-up-posed
to be expended for paint, and the
lMittoms of Uie ships are liadlr corroded.
The water of the Hlack Sea has a peculiar
corrodine action on copper.
The et,sels ouclit to be painted periodi
cally, but. as a matter of fact, they are sel
dom so treated. It takes four years to fit
out a Russian ship after, she is delUercd:
the Russians are so slow and such thieves.
It is nobody's Interest to hurry. The
Black Sea fleet ts formidable only on paper,
and is not lit to ea anrwhere.
The Independent Labonsta have nppe tied
to the party for funds to enable Kler Har-
die to oppo5e Mr. John 'Morley, rormerlv
chief Secrefary for Ireland. In the Montrose
district, Scotl.tnd, 'where they will con
test the se.it in t he Houe of Commons made
acant by the acceptance of the ('hlltcrn
HiimlredR by Mr. J. S. Will Lilieral.
Tom Mann will contest botithninpton In
the labor Interest aeainst a Radical.
INDIANS STILL AT IT.
Iteirart That White Mountain Apaches
Killed Two Miners.
Albuaueroue. N. M., Dec. 14. J. C.
Ryan, a Kansas stockman, who came In
from tlje south with Mai. W. H. H. Lle
wellyn, and the lion. AY. S. Hopewell. In
formed these gentlemen of the murder of
two miners netween vv lute uaks and Jica
rllla by a band of Indians, supposed to be
While Mountain Apaches'.
Mr. Ryan was en route home from a visit
to an uncle at White Oaks. He reported
thatibemurdero occurred some time Wednes
day, and when the discovery was made
Wi-dncsdny afternoon one of the unfortu
nates was still alive and lived an hour
after having been taken Into camp.
From him ltwus learned that there were
eleven Indians In the party, and that most
likely they were White Mountain Apaches.
A Wonderful Clothing Sule.
One of the most wonderful clothing sates
ev er known to Washington has been started
by II. Friedlander A Bro., at the corner
The season Is getting late and Uiey have
a ery heavy stock, and are determined
not to have It letton their hands.
Tliej are selling cv er thing regardless of
Hern are -a -few fif the prevailing prices-
Men's single and doneile-breasted sullsnre
going t $3.40" Men's Clay worsted suits,
at $6. Men's pure wool cheviot pants.
S1.60. Men's heavy winter overcoats.
$333. Men's Irish frieze ulsters, S7.
Children's overcoats, from $1.20 up.
Children's casslmere knee pants. 15c, and
many cither prices Juntas wonderful.
Qood Times Corner.
Ishpemlnc. Mich.. Dec 14. Four weeks
ago not a furnarein the Lake Superior Iron
district wasTrTblastrToday the Excelsior
furnace here is making more Iron than ever
before. The Cleveland Cliffs Company will
blow in the largest charcoal furnace In the
world in two or.lJjree weeks. The Western
furnace, at Manisftnue. is arranging to go
in blast, and tbe Mattel furnace, at St. Ig
naee, will resume in a short time. It Is ex
pected that all ot the furnaces win be in full
Deration by spiinc '
VTASHIKGTO, D. CM
Propositions Heine: Miulo fur Arcu-mc-ntx
lleforo Senate Com 111 It tee.
Wllminston, Del.. Dec. 14. It Is authori
tatively suited that Gov. Watsou has chosen
Prof. John H. Moore of Columbia Collcee
as counsel to represent him before Hie
Committee oil Pmlleses and Elections in
the United Males .Senate In the case or Col.
Henry A. Dupont, n ho claims a seat In the
Seuate on theero'ind that Gov. Watson had
no constitutional right to exercise his Sen
atorial prerucdlite on the last day of the
session of the late ccncral assembly.
It is nnderstoo 1 mat In view or the fact
that Col. Dupum will Iw represented beforu
uiecommlliee bj three attorneys (v. Wat
son will select a third man, probably one
of the jounger members or the Wilmington
IT IS POORLY VENTILATED
Threatened Collapaa Not tha Only
Danger at the Printing Office.
Obsertutions of 11 Times Woman In u
Vlult to tin tVonicu EmiiloycM
of tlu Illndery.
Anxious for Justice to her hex, moed al
most to distress by the state of arf.iirs re
port oil as exlstlnc in the bindery of the ecu -eminent
Prlutiue OfHce. The TiliK-s woman
icstcrday soueht an lotcrxlew with Air.
She was courteously received, and the
Public Primer acted as escort throughout
the uWire. over- crovded buildiiie. ex
plaining carefullj the sstem and nature of
the dirrercut arlttles of work.
Thellxcs of the women emploted In this
department of the government sen Ice are
hard ones; they cam their moLej. Careful
lnteslicatioii or the uystem of work in the
bindery evidences fairness anil good man
agement on the partofhuperiiitemlentsaiid
foremen, and snows that opportunity is
given the skilled worktr for recreation
or the performance or domestic duties
without iciba of any portion or the salary
The average amount earned by each
woman during the mrtnleht prior to No
vember ID x,-as Si'uliu. or S10 per wiek.
and at that period work was lightest.
The average 01 dally wages earned from
July 1 to Nov ember SO vvasSJ.ll).
The introduction of electric burners in
place of gas, which heated and vitiated the
atmosphere: the removal or the glue-heat-Ing
stands, which caused .111 intolerauicodnr:
also of certain machinery. In order to give
more space, show the eifort or ilr. Ilenc
dlct to act lor the comrort of those em
ployed under blm.
Ueiiuc-jts have come to The Times woman
to state ILnt the air or the bindery is
heavy and loul. owing lo the number or
persons nt wort thire. and a suggestion
ts oircrcd that patent entlluuirs are
"I ronlv the wlndoivs could belowered tw o
or three incites we would not be so stilled
and overheated," they sax.
Doubt or the justice or the mamgetnent
of the Government Priming Office is
plainly the result of iuiMii.dcrsiatdmg 011
the part or weary workers of the business
methods necessary in sustaining the ni;
gaiiizution and discipline of that large
and poorly accommodated force.
HA HH1SON MO" KICK.
Think Heed and McKlnley 1'lnyed It
Low Upon Tliciu.
Indianapolis, Dec. 14. Frli nds of ex
Presideut Harrison are considerablj cha
grined that Ue-eil and McKinley h ive se
cured ciuarters In St. Louis at the Suuthtrn
Hotel, aud tliat the nalional comniittee
will have its headquarlcTs in ihesauie hos
telry during the week of the national con
veutlen. It was uuiUrstood that Chicago would
secure the convention, and the malingers
here had arratigeil for headquarters tin re.
It Is now charged that Kicd .Hid McK title-.
'h friends were given a lip as to the lo
ca'tion of the convention as well as the
headquarters which would lie selected by
the committee, aud It Is rigtirded ns un
fair" to the e-x-Premlent's friends to give
the supporters of other candidates any nd
vantages lhat might accrue from the lo
Tin re win ix no rentation or me er
forl on tlie part of Harrison's rriends, hovv-c-ve'r,
and the committee isalrend 1 ngaged
In arranging rori. d-ligitlon thatTinl con
vince the country that Harrison has In
diana at bis luck, and that his friends vv ill
leave no effort undone to secuie his nomi
nation. AN UNCOMMON IUSUTE.
In a Drunken Frenzy He Bites n Ltrtle
Child to I'leecs.
Kansas City, Mo , Dec. 14 Henry Haw
kins, a brickl.i jcr, who Is drunk anil out of
employment the greater part of the time,
lives with his wire, to whom lie has bet n
married alic.it three months, and a family
of stepsjilkiren, the joungest being Bertha
Ralhlrm, a baby ot ten months.
on Tuc'rsjav ntgtit Hawkins toon tne
biby Bertha to bed with him. The little
ono was fretful and began crjlng. The
ste-f.ither became enraged and with the
brutality of a demon bit mcbreast of tlieli-iy
I ii a dozen places making great raw tjiots
and leaving Uio indentation of his teeth.
Not satisfied Willi tln, lie pinched the
little one's sides with Ills big hands until
the blood spurted out and the lender
flesh was nearly severed from the body.
It Is thought that the brute would havo
literally chewed the child to death had
not Its mother and mneteen-vcar-old brother
secured It from his fiendish grasp. Haw
kins Is in jail.
NEW YOltK BUCKET SHOPS.
Valentino fc Co. Hulded mid Twenn-
threo Persons Arrested.
New York, Dec. 14 Three alleged bucket
shops, owned, it is Kald, by H. Valentine
& Co., were raided-by the police this morn
ing, and twentj-three persons were ar
rested and taken to Jerrtrson Market court.
The places raided were at 17 and 19
Rroadwny. where- seven persons were cap
tured: 42 West Twentvnlnth street, where
six prisoners were arrested, nnd 39 West
Twenty-eighth street, where ten oUicrs
were taken Into custody.
None or the customers In the places were
G A 1NING EVEI1Y DAY.
Mugniricent Ssersice of United I'reits
Is It cup I ng Hesults.
WlUiln the past few days the following
named pa pcrs hav e subscribed Tor the serv
ice ot the United Press:
The Dally Cahfornlan. Bakersfield, Cat:
the D-tily Badger. Lacrosse. Wis.: the
Dally Journal. Los Angeles. Cal.: the Dally
Sentinel. Parkersbure. W. Yn.: the Iiallv
Times. Johnstown. Pa.: Uio Indianapolis
Sun, Indianapolis, Ind.
Action In the Minor Case.
Justice Cox todav Issued an order, upon
moUon of Attorney Thomas C.Taylor, under
which the fine of $5 Imposed upon Clarence
Minor, recently sent to Jail for the assault
upon Policeman Qrecr. was remitted, and
steps hav c been taken bvhls counsel to ba e
the nrisoner released tomorrow. The term
of imprisonment Is reduced by reason of
cerdlta for good behav lor.
l'rlnco Henry's Insurance X'ollcy.
London. Dec. 14. An English insurance
company has rccelv ed a solid premium for
writing a policy on the life or Prince Henry
of Batteuberg, who volunteered for scrv
lccm the Ashnntce campaign. Thenmount
of the policy Is 100,000.
Mater Granted a New Trial.
George W. Mater, whose variety of mis
fortunes has been detailed In various Issues
of The Times, was yesterday granted a new
trial on the chare eof false pretenses. The
motion In arrest of Judgment was over
ruled. The Aub Case.
The now famous Aub case is attract
ing a great deal of "attention, but not,
more than the wonderful prices prevail-
lng nt the Misfir-Clothlng Parlors. 407'
Seventh street. It they have your size,
you can get a forty dollar cnstom-nidde1
suit or overcoat for eighteen dollars a
twenty-five dollar one for ten dollars a
twenty dollar one for eight dollars four
and five dollar pants for two dollars and
a half. All these goods were made by
the best custom tailors and are Just tue
C. A. C. fair-carnival tonight, 17S2 G.its
SATURDAY $) VESTDS
DEATM STANDS AT THE CASE.
CARTER ESSUESTHE CALL
Republican Convention to Meet
at St. Louis June 6, Next.
THE NUMBER OF1 DELEGATES
Four for Each Stnto nt Large, Two
for Each HejireisentuJlve at Lurco
mid Two for liclirCoiiL-roisloiml
District, TVnltory Miidtlic District
of Coliimblrt. 1
Chalrnmt Carter ot tn Republican Na
tional Committee this mtr!mr issucd.the
formal call for the St. Lcts conv cntlou. to
be held on June 10 next..
The paper is unusually litlcf. Wing mere Iv
.1 straightforward Invitation for the bur
meeting nnd naming tlie!rjmnocr of dele
gatesaduiissabletoplactyfcilrie'eoHveiifloii. As usual, two representatives are"
seated ror each representative In Congress
rrom the States, and fonriit large for each
pair of Senators. The District of Columbia,
and each ot the four 1 ernlorle nave two
apiece. " 1
The call has be n foryardrsl to. the chair
man of each State Rettahhcau committee,
whose duty It will !. to Kce that lis provi
sions for the holding bt State conven
tions are carried out. ionic were a!6
sent to the prcv-nssocl tlqn.sjiirrf'irculatlon
through the newspipTSJ-i&Jg . t
Mr. Carn r stud the reijtos no,fieciit S to
call attention to affafTe-UUcal in the
call. He aimed atshnplH '""-itr brevity..
The summons Is glvvjftj''"". .flow.
CALL FOR CONTENTION.
"To the Rc-pubiieau elector or the United
"In accordtnee wIUi ii ge and the In
structions or the Ileuiibllcin mtional con
vention or lH!2and by'inteetion orthcrui
tloual committee, a national convention of
dilcgUcd repre-eniatives of the Repub
lican party will b- hi Id&l the-city or bl.
the Hilh day or June. 1896, at 12 'c!ock
noon, for the purpose or nominating candi
dates ror President anilTVlce President or
the United states, to bt?supported,,ii the.
next uaiioiial lection, and ror the transac
tion or such oilier a ii' 1 rurlhcr business as
may be brought lierorelt-
"The Republican electors in the several
States and Territories', .and voter", with
out regard to past political affiliations.
wholKllevein Republican prim lplo and In
dorse the Republican policy, are cordially
Invited to units under thh call in the forma
tion or a national ticket.
"Each State will bo entitled to four del-cgttis-at-large.
ami fur cadi rcpre'senta
tivcln Congress at large,Jwot!cleeates,and
each Congressional district, each Terri-
torv and the District ot Columbia, two del
egates. The ihlegites-at-Iarge shill l
ehoM.n by popular Stateconvcutlons. called
on not Icsj than thirty clays' published no
tice, and not lis th in thirty da v s" Lcforo
Ihcme'etliig or the natiosat convention.
"The Congressional 'district delegates
shall be chosen at conventions called b the
Congressional cemunltte4 af each such uls
trlct. in the same manner as the nomination
of a Representative la' Congress is made
In snld district: Provided, that in any
Congrission il district where tln.ro is no
Retubllc-ui Congrvssionll committee the
Kcpabllcnn State committee shall appoint
from Uio residents ot tfiUh district a com
mittee for the parpowlot calling a dis
trict convention to cleit district de-legates.
THE DISTRICT BELEUATES.
"The Territorial delegates shall be
chosen in the tame niJimcr as Hie nomina
tion of a delagatetn Congress is made. The
delegates from the Dlktrict of Columbia
shall be chosen at a, convention to be
called by the commute of three provided
for ! the national committee at 1a
meeting In Washington cltj, on December
10, lbU5, aud such convention shall be
constituted or me inliern. elected in District
primaries, to pe nciet at sucn time ana
places nnd presided orrr by such Judges of
election, as sain cemmt
election, as said committee of three may
"In addition to the rrmropentatives now
authorized by the rules of the national
convention for the Territories of Utah.
New Mexico, Oklahoma nnd Arizona, the
committee advices eaclipf four said ter
ritories to elect four delegates and the ad
mllou of such additional delegates to
the national convcnUonils recommended.
v"An alternate delegate for each dele
gate to the national contention, to act In
case of the absence ofilhe delegate, shall
be elected In the saweajjanncr and at the
same time as tbe dclefrste Is elected.
"All notices of cont&jts must be filed
with the secretary otj.tlie national com
mittee In writing, accoWtianied by printed
statements of the irrourvcfce of the contests.
which shall be made -public. Preference
In the order of heariner.9 determining con
test swill be glven'hy utejoonventlon in ac
cordance with the dates ?) filing such no
tices and statements wltS the secretary.
"THOMAS H. CARTER. Chairman.
"JOSEPH II. MASEEY, Secretary."
Washington. D. CDpC. J.4. 1695.
Potomu6 "F.hltw Cane.
The bonds of the resucttive parties In
terested in the appeal hr the Potomac- Flats
case, recently takcn'frutri the 'District su
preme court to thc-HuMttiie Court of the
United States, were approved by the court
in general term toetay. xacn in mc sum
of $300. 1 -i
. The parlies represented Jn the proceed
ings arc in part as follows: W. L. Ilunlou
and the heirs and devisee of Robert Peter:
Avarllla Lambert ami Mdrtlu Carr. the In
dependent Ice Company. W. L. Dunlop.
Henry M. Marshall, W.U. Johnson, heirs of
James L. Barbour, Edward M . Willis. J.
Harvey and B. S. Khmuell. et al.
Mrs. Hebron Wants a Divorce.
Henrietta Hebron, bj"hcr attorney, F. L.
Williams, has applied i to the enuiti court
for a dlvorce.frora her husband, Peter
Hebron. The par tie were married Sep
tember 15, 1884, and , have jfour chrdjren.
The wire alleges tvUlfnl abandonment.
She also asks foraUmonv nendeutc lite and
. 4 '
,- Asslunmentdt Justices.
. It Is antlcipated-itifttf the asseinment ot
the, JusUce5.of. lhCUttrct Supreme Court
to or during tlie ccinrinc; hDliehvrs.
Tlic"ov erst oek" rtditctlon Sale continues.
TodaV a sneclal 1 ft ami lB'tier'renr ro.
ductlon on all chlIdrtn',Snnd mioses' spring
heel shoes. 939V.P;(Sjnsyhrnnla avenue.
G, DECEMBER 14, 1895.
Treasury Officials About to Trap
the Third Stamp Stealer.
MORE ARRE3TS WILL FOLLOW
It IhXovv Know nTlmt 5(l,O)0 It.tords,
and IVrhaps More, Hnvo Keen Mu
tilated and Destroj.d s-everal
Clerks Aro Examining the I'llea,
But It Is Slow Work. ,V
As the Investigation of the committee
appointed by Mr. Legat Curlis'Ie, chief
cH.rk of the Treasury" Department, to
ferret out the rcrretrtitorscf the e'ecument
stnmo roblieries. goes on the magitudo
of thcTnefarlous work done crows plainer
The members of the committee arc. E. P.
Baldwin", auditor of the Treasury: Andrew
llcWUIi.inis. assistant chief of the Secret
Ferv Ireland AY. 11. Mil's, aisn-taut super
intendent of the Treasiirj building.
It Is now believed ILe numlMr of ircords
matllatetl or distrojed In the cpiest for
stamps will reach BO.OOn. Mr. Logan
Carlisle eavs that this petty pilfering
seems to have been going on for ten years
or more. Much or it was. done in the pres
ence of others, and those engaged in 1t evi--iieutly
did uoltlink It a crime,
Noarrests have been made up to daleont.
side those or Edward and Y.'aslilngion.
whaare now in Jailewaning.a tiearlng.
The Treasury ofhiint place no itrewt on
the ntmnrks of Edwardc -who sas that
the latter has already admitted his guilt to
There uav e Ik cu nomorediscliargcs made.
The gentnl lmprccslon is that those, who
Ii tve'dropped will escape arrest alingf Itier
Thls nmj or may not bo. explained one of
the mcnitiera of tbe committee.
"We nave not enough evidence." he said,
"to make a case against any oneat present,
but or course wedo imt know whatfurther
inv etig ltlou may develop."
Onearrestlsltab'.elo occur anvdav. This
Is a tolored man. whose name ttie commit
tee does not yet care to give, for olrv ious
reasons, who lives lncillcl- uliey. He is not
a government employe, bat 11 Is said he as
sisted Edwards lh day Ik fore his arrest
In making way with a uember or bundles
from the Treasury building.
Mr. McWlUinms and two other orfleers
from the secret service division visited the
man's bouse -ieslerdav afternoon. Noelocn
ments or stumps were round, but there
were very strong evidences or documents
having been de troj ed.
AURE.sT OF OTHERS.
The officials expect to get some valuable
Information through this man that raav
lead to the am'st or others and the recovery
of more documents or an explanation of
w hat became of than.
"Un to date we have onlj discovered one
dealer who has bought stolen stamps."
said Mr. Baldwin, to whom so much credit
is due lor the results of a Quiet and specdv
"I am now Iboreiuehly rxinvinccel eif his
Innocence, fur he had been reeling l'l the
papers ot old documents bem used for
packing in the Treasury Deiurtment. and
when Edwards tolel him thesrsimi'. I.e had
were from them, and Hence atiytvH'sthat
lound them, he naturally nuestioiieel him
no lurtber. The-stamp dealer renduy gave
UP all Information Ite had. as well as sur
rendering the stamps in his possession.
"There are now three or tour people
working dally in the rile rooms to dis
cover what papers are gone and vhere
the stamps have Ik en removed. The work-
Is slow, home packages contain rtrteen
and some a hunilreil vouchers, and all must
be examined. It will take weeks jet to
ANSWER TO INDICTMENTS.
Justice Coin Hears Prisoners rims
and Imposes Sentences.
Upon being arraigned this morning lie
fore Justice Cole to acsw cr to the Indict
ments returned, these were the pleas ot
guilty auel sentences thereunder, asrollows!
James Ross, for housebreaking; sentence,
two j ears at Albauy. John Burkley, house
breaking; two "(cars at Albany. Robert
Hamlson, alias Hanson, pellt larceny, see
ond offense; three jears at Albsny. Hmde
Gray, petit larceny, second ofri-nse; thrts
yearsat Albany. Arthur Beddows, alias Ed
die A. McDurrie, one year and a day at Al
bany. Pleas of not guilty were entered as follows-
rrank Taylor, assault with Intent
to kill; Rosa Mood v.allas Emily Miles; Frank
Frank Norrls, Edward Howard and Sadie
Howard, housebreaking, each-
Bonds In the sum of $.100 each were
furnished In the oleomargarine cases, as
follows: Thomas II. Pickford, with David
M. Lea assurety; F. W. Emerich. wl'h Clay
ton M. Emerich as surety; Clajton M. Em
erich, with Frederick W. Enierieh assurety.
These are the last three of the eight
parlies indicted under that law.
TOFKKA'S GRAVE ROHHEHS.
Dean and Member of College Facnltr
Placed Under Arrest.
Topeka, Kans., Dec. 14. It was current
minor v esterday that one of the sixty-two
students ot tbe college had made a confes
sion. Implicating several members of the
faculty. In connection with the grave dese
The county attorney would neither af
firm nor deny the rumor, hut admitted that
he bad obtained evidence sufficient to war
rant other arrests.
Last night N. R. F. Mlnney. dean of the
Kansas Medical College, and Dr. M. R.
Mitchell of the faculty were arrested on a
charge ot receiving bodies stolen from tho
cemeteries. They were released on liond.
The attorney for the men whose wives
graves were desecrated, says that be will
lite damage suits today against the college
officials and students.
The A. O. U. W. lodges are raising
money to assist in the prosecution ot the
proposed criminal and civil suits.
Asltanteo Campaign to Be Euded.
London, Dec. 14. A dispatch from Capo
Coast Castle says that It is tbe intention
of Col. Sir Francis Scfttt. commanding the.
British Ashnntce expedition, that the cam
paign shall lie finished aud tbe expedition,
returned to thp. coast within sixty days. '
DuchtTs.ofVork Hah un Uelr,
London,' Decl4. The Duchess of York
was deliveredpf a son at Sandringham
Hall thU morning,'. Mother. and child are'
rHILADELriUANS FOR CUBA.
rronilnent Citizen-. WIU Vrescnt HeM
lutloiM to the President.
Philadelphia, Pa.. Dee. 14. A subcom
mittee, ol which State Senator Boles Pen
ro"c Is chairman, will leave Philadelphia
next Tuesday moraine for Washington to
wait, upon President Cleveland. Becretary
of State Olney and the chairman or the
Foreign Alialrs Committee of both branches
They purpose laying before them the
resolutions adopted a ttbe recent Academy
ot Music demonstration in favor of Cuban
independence and urging ravorablo action
on the same.
The mccllnewlth the national dlgnatnrles
has been arranged for. it Is understood, by
Congressman llarmer of this city.
Senate Floor Will Lose Much of Ita
Supply of Wind.
on ItnlcK Decide to Accept It.
Conditions to Be HevereiL
Tlie Senate Committee on Rules was In
session for several hours today.
It took Pror. Woodbmlge of Boston two
hours to explain his new plan of ventilating
the Si-uatc chamber.
The committee followed him an closely as
It could, butlt was hard work for the metn
Ivrs. The greater nart of ins inlt w.n
along mechanical lines.
The greatest change is, suggested for the
Seuatv chamber, as stated hi the Morning
Tune-. The galleries are to tie relieved of
the lr old-time wooden benches, and in their
pl.ic.-s go the new. loldiog opera chairs.
All tins is to be ooin- lor tne sake of ven
tilation. At pre-seiit the ventilating plant
of the1 Senate side throws 2.MW0 cubic feet
of air per minute on to the floor of the
Senate and 7,000 cubic feel into the gal
leries. MORE AIR IN GALLERIES.
This Is to be reversed: the galleries are
to get 2,000 and tlie floor 10,000 cubic
feet of fresh air per minute.
The plan also is to be extended to the
entire Senate side of the Capitol. It Is
to be tarried into the committee rooms and
corridors even of tlie terrace.
Prof. Woodbrldge'K ieie-a is not a revo
lution of the ventilating sv stein. It is
simply an e-xteiision of the sv stem in pres
ent use. The professor holds that the sys
tem now in use is excellent as far as It
.Ttlfl' nrnmisefl Imiiriipotnonla will ct
nbout $ 10,000. It will take several months
to build them. It mustbedone letween two
sessions or Congress.
'lhe plan looks to the cooling of the corri
dors, galleries and senate chamber in sum
mer as vvell as warming In winter. TI e
cooling will be done by means or refrigera
CHANGE IN IIIEG.lLLERIES.
But the most noticeable change will come
In the galleries. The chairs proposed for
thecliangeareof Iron and haveboved side-s.
Each side has 120 square inches or space
throtigti which the air pours. There are
"no currents, because the currents meet
and neutralize each otlieras they come out
(besides ot the chair.
Tue chairs are numbered, and at any time
lhe seating capacity ot ilia galleries can
be 'handled withoat trouble. It will not
elejiend ou the doorkeeper. Cards can be
given for each seat.
TheseaUrigca pacify will not be increased.
Three bizejs or chain ar recommended
'18,-rJl?rOml-U iuc-ucs.The21-lncn chairs
are luxurious fellows atfdwlirrjusiT fill
tho galleries as at present. Thev will bo
The chairs fold up the same as an opera
chair, and thus Increases the comfort of
lioopie occupying incm. To mny demon
strate hi plans, Prof. Woodbrldge was
forced to ue eleven maps.
Tho committee adjourned after being
In session three hjrs, and rendered a favor
able report on Pror. Woeidbridge's propo
sition, which was ordered printed, nnd
will be given Uie Senate Tuesday or
MAYOlt l'INGltKE HAD TO GO.
Refused to l'uv Car Fare With Tom
John-oil's Nickel 1 icket.
Detroit, Mich., Dec. 11. Mayor Plugrce
hail a free ride over the Citizens' Street
Railway jeMirday morning and was nut
off a car last night, bolh because he
would not pay 5 cents fare.
When Conductor Ballard called on lhe
mayor for his fare in the morning his
honor tenilered twej, dimes and a nickel
ami clvnianileil siv tlckctsJor a auarter.
"These," said Comluetor Ballard, pro
ducing a landfnt of mil.il-. -these arc
Tom Johnson's tieKctb. and the only ones
"Weil." the mavor unswcr-d. "if you
can't give me tickets you will lave tocar-ry-it'e"
for nothing, or put me off. I am
not paying 5 cents for a rielc."
"Then I'll have to ask yon lo get off
the- ear," said Cocilucl'ir Billard.
This the mayor declined to do, and no
attempt was made to pet him ofr.
Last night Mavor Pinerec tried It airaln.
The conductor, a negro man. Mnpiied the
car and "riresi" the mayor Inlo the street.
He- said Ballard had been discharged for
not pulling Plngrec ofr in the morning.
More Than 'lhat. lle.suvs lie Is Glud
New York. Dec. 14. Col. Rob.
gcrsoll found a heavy mall rrom the
Christian Lndeavorers w ho have been pra v
Ingforhlni in convention. when teretumeel
home from his Western trip. He said last
"No. I have not been convcrteil bv their
prajers. I am glad to say, and there is no
occasion for making a 'before aud after'
picture of me." .
"Why glad?" asked the reporter.
"I wnut to finish rav elajs without thecou
solntinii of a he II," said tne colonel, looking
verj sol-mn, though there was nothing in
his nnrK,ar.ini,e to indicate that his days
are likely lo be finished for half a century
Kentucky Republicans Hungry al:d
Want AH the Offices.
Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 14. Gov. Bradley
was forced to Issue a bulletin iestenlay to
hold back office seekers who are monopo
lizing his time.
The bullctln'nniioiinced that the governor
has selected his private secretary, v.ithout
It also stated thatnoappolntmcnts which
have lo bo confirmed bythc Senate will be
made until that liocb meets In January.
The governor does this that applicants will
givchim a chance to write his message.
One Held, the Other Discharged.
John J. Majhood and Herman Green, lhe
cmplojes of the Pullman service who were
arrested yesterday bv Detectives Boyd and
Lacey for robbing William F. Scholz, a
ticrore JUdge Miller In I ho police court
mis aiternoon ou a cunrge or grand lar
ceny. Green was helil for the grand jury
ln$S00 bonds, and Majhood waschsebarged.
Meat Stealer's Second Offense.
Edward Kemp, colored, was charged with
petit larceny or a piece of meat from Carl
Pflleger In Judge Miller's court this aft
ernoon, the Information alleging second
offense. He was held to await the action
of the grand Jury in $500 bonds.
Allegcil Highway Robber Held.
William V. Flood, the negro arrested j es
terday for highway robbery, was given a
preliminary hearing before Judge Miller
In the police court this afternoon and held
to await the action of the grand Jury In
the sum of $1,000 bonds.
Secretary" Herbert Is Better.
Secretary Herbert Is reported much bet
ter this afternoon. But for a bad cold he
would have been at his office today.
Buruderl to Bo Recalled.
London. Ttc 14. The correspondent of
tne'Ccntral News In Rome says lhat Gen.
Haratlert. commanding tho Italian forces
ln-Abysslnla. is to be recalled.
. s . 1
Powder Ivxtilodes uud Kills Seven.
IirusscDs. Dec.;14.r-A powder magazine
at Arlon, BelganLuxcmlxirg, exploded this
morning; killing seven men.
C. A. C. fair runs till Wednesday night.
Resolution to Impeach Bayard
Was Previously Shown Him.
DEMOCRATS LOST A CHANCE
They Conld nave, Under tho Holes,
.Splkesl tho Guns of tho Republicans,
lie Will Probably Be Censured and
May He-sign or Bo Culled Upon to
of Representative Bar
rt It. looking to the censureil not tlieini-
peauiment. of Ambassador Bayard, tontm-1
i . i -. 'eauing topiu or discussion.
It is also a matter of surprise as to the
ease with which Uie whole matter was
brought up for discussion iu the House.
There is, of course, not a shadow or
doubt but that Speaker Reed was previously
consulted nnd gave hii consent to the
recognition of Mr, Barrett.
Under ordimry circumstances it would
have been a praclical impossibility to have
6ecured consideration for the res-ilution
Pending its reference to a committee.
iiaci tue Democrats been able tn-pall
themselves together with m.irc raplditv-
t"?y.,!fou!'1 "aT? "H"1 t,le P"'al that all
privileged Questions must be reported with
in one week alter their reference n. j
Committee. WOULD HAVE ACCOMPLISHED IT.
The mere fact that the Committee on
iorelgn Affairs had not been appouited
and cannot at tbe earliest possible mom-nt
make a report for more than three weeks
would have deprived the resolution or its
Had this point been raised the general
belle-r Is that the Sneaker would have been
ceimpcled te. eutaln tblsobJecUon.ln view
or the fact that this provision is contained
,D,,eurillc3 r ,,1C Filty-rirst Congr.-ss.
which have already been adopted lor the
temporary use of this Congress.
The Democratic leaders were evidently
dazed by the suddenness nnd magnitude of
the pro position, and did not think with surri
cient rapidity to avail themselves or tins
proviso, which could have been interposed
as a stone wall IWore the Repulihcac-s.
The action or the Committee on iore-ign
Attaint Is not so problematical as his be-en
supposed. Just prior to the reference of
the resolutionitwaii robbed ontsmandatory
nature by lhe withdrawal of the preamble
and the instruction to the rnnnnoi.. ,..
"report by impeachment or otherwise" wa
Tt.is leaves the committee free to act
6olely uiwii their discretion, aim there are
comparatively rcw who believe tt-at an
actual Impeachment win be instituted.
CENSURE OF THE HOUSE.
It is felt that all the proprieties will
Is- performed if tl e committee ascertains
from competent au'l trustworthy soLrces
whether Mr. Bajard did give ntteracco
to lhe exceptional iangudge imputed to
him in the public I rints. aim having est p
llshcd lhe correctness of the newsp.ii.er
re ports, the comlttee can with proprli tv
report a resolution expressing tt.e ids
approbation and censure of tie House with
the conduct or the American amtassador
This Is. very likely to bo the outcome or
the matter, and if such a resolution stall
be reported there is no doubt butvthai It
will be adopted by a large vote. In that
event the betier prevails mat Mr. bav.uu
wouldfeel constrained to resign his position,
aa.l irheiid.iiot-t!iasl'rcsidcnt wpeM fcl
obliged to recall him? r
An ambassador who stands cesnred hr
a formal vote of Uie representatives; of the
people would certainly be placed In an
awkward and humillatinc position at the
court to which he Is accredited, and tne
only relief possible would be through
his v oluntary or compulsory wlthdrawaL
EDWARD '.IcPIIEHSON DEAD.
Notable Former Heslelent of Washing
ton Passes Away Teslav.
Gettjsbarg, Pa., De?c .14. Hon. Ed wire
McPherson died at 7 o'clock this morn
ing from the effects or poison taken Iu mis
take for other medicine.
He was accustomed to take a tonic uniiT
a physician's prescription and accidentally
got a botUe containing tincture of nus
lie instantly discovered his mistake and
meshes! .ml was tutnnioneil at once, but
r'l ,rr. .(. vvtr.- nravalling. A wire end
Ore children survive him.
Tin- news ofll e death of Hon. Eelward
AicI'lierson. so vve 11 known here-as a iiiem
ber or Congre-,3 ami clerk of the Hulsc of
Represtti!ativcs,cakscd general expressions
Mr. McPherson was liorn in Gettysburg.
Pa., In 1830. He was grauatel at th
University of Pennsylvania in 181, stud
ied law and suUse-necctly settled m e.ettvs
burg as a Journalist, but wts cnntpellnl.
through the failure of his health, to nban
elon literary work.
He puntisQiit a series of articles In the
Philadelphia Bille-tin in IS37, afterv-ard
printed 111 pamn'tlct form. In whUh he ad
vocated the sale by the fctate of its main
line of public improvements.
This, with a similar series published fn
lKeiS. was Instrumental 111 tfri"cilng tlat
mea su re, and in the -amevear he was elected!
to Congres as a Re-publican, and scrvesl
from ls39 until lfc83.
In lhe latter year he was appolnte-el dci
uty commissioner of int. rnalTc'venue, but
after a fen ice of six months he liecanj
clerk of the lower house or Congress, and
held that orfice till lts7J. His term of
service In Ihls ornce- was the longest since
Uie beginning ot fie government.
He was chief of the Bureau of Eneravidtr
and Printiug in 1877-7S. permanent I resi
dent of Rcpjblic-m national convention
In 1876. mid since 1879 has 1 een eugacejl
In Journalistic- work in Gettysburg. Pa.
The Universitv of Pennsvlv.mii imvn htni
the elegrec or LL. D. and Prine-cton that or
A. M. in 177.
He has published "Political nistery ot
the United States During the Great Rebel
lion" (Washington. 18b5). "Tlie Politi
cal History of trn- United btates During Re
construction" (18701, ami a handbook or
politics (1S72, r- w eCition every second
vear), and has edite 1 theNew York Tribune
Almanac since lt77.
For several jeirs he has been the Ameri
can editor of the "Almanack de Gotha."
PROFITS FOR BUSY THIEVES.
Six Complaints Turned In Today at
Police llcudcinartcrs. '
There Is still no decrease in the number
of robberies reported at police hcaduuar
ters. C. M. Forrest of the Adams Express Com
pany reported the tlielt from the llalll
inqre and Potomac detxit of a bundle ccn
signed to the care or that company, con
taining four velvet plush capes.
II. R. Nell or No. 1K50 Third street north
west reported stolen Irom his store a
paperhanger's trimming machine.
U. M. Sterling, room 71. McGill building,
reported stolen Irom bis office a dark bliw
Jane Comcrse of No. 1527 I street north
west reported the tlicft from her house
or a lot of Jewelry.
I. L. Gordon or No. 3S2G N street north
west reported stolen from his buggy a
black and green lanrobe.
C. J. Foster eif No. 430 College street'
reported stolen rrom nis on ice. at No. Gil
street, a saiety mcjeie.
Notes! Inventor Dies,
New Bedford, Mass., Dec. 14. Ezra At
Kelley died at his residence at Mount
Pleasant In this city, today, at the age of
ninety-seven years. He had nn Interna
tional rcnutaUon as the discoverer a in! Jit.
venlor of lubricant oil for watchesond
clocks, nnd acquired a competency lit th
niunuiaciure ot me same.
Frv c's Assailants Sentenced.
neury Delaney and James Lindsey.w ere
charged before Judge Miller lo the police
eo-trt this afternoon with assaulting Wm.
F. Frye and sentenced to ninety diys lit
Jail each. f
Archibald Forbes 111.
London. Dec. 14. Archibald 'Forlies.
the well-known war correspoucleat. Is so
m m m
This is the last day oosltlv el
great factory sale at Dyrenfort
Pennsylvania avenue, line bull
A. C. fair, 2 to C o'clock,
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