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THE MOKXTXG TI3IES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1895.
Grand Fall Opening
3 oft n &
514 Ninth St. N. W.
The Millinery, Cape, and Ladies' Fur
nishings event of each successive Season is
the brilliant Fall Opening at King's Pal
ace, the greatest house of its kind in Wash
ington. That the opening days this year, which oc
cur on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurs
day, will be as splendidly successful as
those of preceding years is guaranteed by
the fact that this year the display is more
stupendous, more exquisite, more won
drous in its perfect . beauty than ever before.
$1.25 4-bntton GIocs,
In blacks browns, tins, and moles
erabroido-cd bneks lirgo buttons best
quality kM the moit value for the
money In the city
French Felt Hats, Worth $1-00,
$1.25. and $1.50
The very beat French Felt for Ladles,
lllsses, aud Children at
Sixteen .Glorious Additional "Opening"
bargains will be advertised in Monday's Times.
8 1 2 and 8 1 4 Seventh St. N. W.,
715 Market Space.
louis mm is dud
Paralysis Dealt the Stroke That
Ended His Life.
END ENTIKELY PAINLESS
IIK Health Had Keen Gradually Full
liiK for Month-, Honors mid Dis
tinctions Confened Uion lllm liy
Frenehiind Oilier Foreign .scientific
llodk-s ItesultH of His Study.
Fnn, Sent. 28. M. Tastcur died at
Oarelus. near St Cloud, iu the environs
or this clty
Pror Louis Tasteur had suffered from
paralysU for a considerable period of time
About eight days ago lie sustained a violent
paralytic stroke, and yesterday suffered
blill another severe attack. Hi' grew -worse
rapidly, and remained In a comatose con
dition during his last hours At 5 o'clock
this afternoon ho expired. The end was
absolutely without pain.
I'rof Louis Pasteur has been gradually
the Freuih papers announced the beginning
of the end. This report was cmpliatkally
denied by bis family aud friends. They
acknowledged the feeble condition of tbe
distinguished bacteriologist, bjt attributed
it to local rather than to general causes.
bKETCII OF HIS LIFE.
Louis Pasteur was born at Dole, Jura,
December 27, 1622, entered the uimersity
in 1810, became a Mipernunury master of
studies at tbe College of Besancon, was re
ceived as a pupil In the Ecole Xormale In
1843, tookthedegreeofdoctor In 1847, and
was appointed proTewor of physics at the
faculty of sciences, Strasburg, in 1818.
At the end of lfeD 1 he was entrusted as
dean with the organization of the nevily
crcatiK faculty of sciences at Lille and in
1857 returned to Paris and undertook
the "scientific direction" of the Ecole
Norniale. In December, 1803, he was ap
pointed professor of geology, physics and
chemistry at the Ecloe des Heau-c Arts
and was elec'ed a member of the Institute.
The Royal Society of London in 18GG
awarded M Pasteur tho Kumford medal
for bis researches relative to the polar
ization of light, etc. He was decorated
with the Legion of Honor August 12, 1853,
was promoted to be an officer of that order
in 1803, and a commander in 18C8.
OTHER HONORS CONFERRED.
In 1809 he was elected one of the fifty
foreign members of the royal society of
Loudon In 1874, the National Assembly
accorded to SI. Pasteur, as a reward,
chiefly for his Investigations on fermen
tation, a life annuity of twelve thousand
francs. Ho was raised to the rank of
grand officer of the Legion of Honor,
October 24. 1878. -His reception into
the Trench Academy took place April 27,
1882, vWicn hedelivcreda panegyric on SI.
Litre, to whose chair he had succeeded.
FIRED ALL TOO RAPIDLY
GUNNERS BLOWN TO PIECES
Accident Occurs Within n Tow Feet
of the Spot Where tho Hotchklss
Kills Tvt o, and Wounds Three,
While Ono Escapes .Miraculously.
Sandy Hook, Sept 28. The breech lock
of tbe four and seven-tenth-inch "Canct"
rapid fire gun blew out this afternoon, while
being fired for test, killing Corp Dojle
and Private Conway, and ecriousl wound
ing Private Cone, while Private McDonald
was slightly Injured.
Lieut Montgomery, in charge of tho gun,
HOW IT HAPPENED.
Tbe email government steamer Thayer
left Sandy Hook this evining with Pnvato
Coyne, who was seriously -wounded, and
with the bodies of Corp Doyle and Private
Tbe gun which caused the accident waa
i, .yi. u
25c Silk and Velvet Roses,
Thros In a bunch, with buds ex
quisite imported flowers, wonderfully
beautiful, in perfect colors. '
Exquisitely Trimmed Hats, in
Parisian StIes, Worth $5.00.
This season's display of Trimmed
Hats in a variety of perfect styles and
mounted about ten feet away from the
Hotchklss mount, which killed Lieut Peck
on February 1ft, last.
To-day a rapid fire test of the Canet 4
7-100-inch gun was in progress One shot
had been fired Coyne had handed the f co
ord shell containing the charge to Conway
who put it in tile gun, and Doyle proceeded
to close the breech block, but he neter
Tbe shell exploded prematurely, throw
ins back tbe block anil killing Doyle anil
Conway Instantly, and Hounding Coyne
and SIcDonald, while Ryjn, one of the
firing squad, escaped with slight injuries.
TIN BLEW OUT.
After tbe accident It was found that the
firing pin in tbe breech block had not
gone back as it should have done, and that
till" pin must have struck the cap in the
cartridge when Doyle caught it andtauscd
Both men were well liked by the de
partment. Tbe wounded are expected to
Lieut. Montgomery, at the time, of the
accident, was standing alongside of the
gun sighting it. He was not injured'but
his hearing was effected somewhat.
CHAMPIONS GIVEN MEDALS
Bureau Engraving and Printing
Baseball Team Honored.
Presentation nt Scottish into Hull.
The Fuelling Closed With n
llnnuuet and Speeches.
The fourteen members of the ball team
of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing,
who won the championship of the Depart
mental League, were decorated with gold
medals last night through the appreciation
and generosity of their friends of theBureau.
The occasion was one of special In
tcrcst not only to tho recipients of theso
beautiful souvenirs, butalso to the public,
whom the Plate Printers have entertained
with their prowess on the field all season.
Tbe ceremonies of the presentation were
held at Scottish Rite Hall, on G street.
In addition to tbe incidents of the presenta
tion there was a musicale and banquet.
Tho committee by whom the arrange
ments were made and so pleasantly car
ried out was composed of Messrs. F. W.
Lamer, chairman; T. r. Roche, I. Ger
rodette, C. II. Randal and EmllUuck.
The speeches of presentation were made
by Chairman Larner In rellcitous style,
and appropriate responses were made by
each recipient. The chairman congratu
lated the members on the work of tho
team during the season, the best proof
of which was the result, the great victory
achieved. It gave lllm pleasure, he paid,
to be the vehicle of extending to the mem
bers the beautiful medals which were the
solid proofs of the esteem In which they
were held by their friends of the bureau.
He also took occasion to note the kind
and appreciative spirit of the donors and
their thoughtful courtesy.
The medals are about an inch in diameter,
of rolld gold, handsomely chased and ap
propriately Inscribed. On Ibc face are tbe
letters "B. E. P." and "B. B. C." and the
words "Champions, 1893." On the ob crse
Is the Inscription, "Trom friends in the
Bureau, September 28." On the attach
ment bar is tbe name of the individual
The players of the team are C. I". Sillier,
manager; IV. H. McCauley, captain; J.
Bernard, J. It. Ospade, G. W. Dove, J. P.
Madigan, -H. T. Leach, M. J. Flaherty,
T. Cropley, T. L. Jarrell, T. Hclmerichs,
It. E. Doj le, Jr., S. E. Beach and V. Shaffer.
Tbesecond featureof the evening was the
musical programme. Tho gentlemen who
sang were E. Burrows, L. Taylor, J. Ber
nard, W. Cruzan, the Messrs. McCabe, and
George Land. Thesesangsolos. Tbequar
tctte sluging was by the Taylor combina
tion, composed of Messrs. L. and B. Tajlor,
C. Shller, and J. H.Cathcll.
Addresses were delivered by Messrs.
J. H. Cathell, A. C. Stelnbrcnner, and N.
Tbe evening was closed with a banquet
at which the story of tbe season was
retold with becoming pride. All the friends
of the plate printers will congratulate them
on the result of tbe season, which was so
satisfactory to them, and which proves
particularly that the Departmental League
Is an Institution which will be hailed
with pleasure -when it enters the field again
New York Ave., bet. 13th and 14th, Sts.
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, Sept. 30, Oct. 1 and 2.
Iu our spacious showroom, covering an area of over
25,000 square feet, is displayed the latest Fall and Winter
Furniture, Carpets, Uphol
stery Goods, Lace Cur"
tains, Wall Papers, &c.
Amid the thousands of styles purchasers will be sure
to find those coneu'al to their taste and means. RELIA
BLE GOODS, GREATEST VARIETY, LOWEST
PRICES, GUARANTEED. CASH OR CREDIT.
Here are a few samples, showing how the prices run,
better grades in same proportion.
Ttit Fine C-pUre Par vr He, maho -anr fin'sbed frames, tipholstorod In Silk Brocatelle or ..Ilk
Tapestry, spring eOge auutnmi II mede. Uood aluo at ISO.
Price, Opening Days, $32.50.
This solid oaV. rohhod Gnth Chnmberb'l.te, nanascrae.y earreu, au uo '"","",,
Bl mirror in , jjJSUr. S tare, audi small a?ers In Uresser. : drawers in Uashstand. all
mounted lih heavy brass handles, ltreular prlee for this aulto r-i
This S5inl (luartercd Oak Ilat Hack,
6 ft 6 In. high, 3 ft 6 In. wide,
lare French beveled shaped mir
ror, raasive cast brass l'Ins, noat
ly c-irved 13400 would be actual fflO "jr
Taluo. UurprlceSdays 4)10. IU
c x l-Ov i.frv.11
SI" ----S' 'VSII I 1
35!37vj -- fKjJ
This solid quartered oak Side-
board, swelled top.richly cat ved,
2ux30; hoveled plate mirror, 2
small, 1 large linen drawer, and
double closet Well worth J23 03
Opening day's price
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200 pair Nottingham Lace Curtains Z yds long.M In. wldo f 1 50
125 Fair Irish Point l.ace Curtains 4.50
75 Pair Swiss Laco Curtains --, ' ?S"
E0 Pair Chenillo Portieres, with heavy dados or solid colors..- 5 00
10 pleoes Swiss trash Lace I.OOyd.
60 pieces Figured Muslin, suitable for bedroom or asn curtains, 36
25rJlocerMMrZ'Ta"bioDamask,puro linen t Wyd
Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, &c.
Our Camet Department Is bristling with all the latest novelties of trio best known makes of
Aimmsters. Wiltons. Wilton Velveis, Body and Tapestry Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, Japanese
Aimlnster, Moquetto, Hilton and Smyrna Kugs, Art fcquares, Linoleums, Mattings, Oil Cloths,
c. Prices the lowest cash or croilu
Wall Paper Department,
Are you going to do any papering? If so examlao our stock andletns give" youon estimate
Our variety and styles are unequaled. None but first-class artlits employed.
. AI...1 t...!. Trrtfrt ttlntA
This ma'Ivo quartered o.ikB-ft.
xtentiou '1 al.le, elaborately
carved nud well finished. Usual
price flSOO I'rico Mondiy,
'I'uesday aud Wednesday.... ..
Corner Chiirt, Hfco above cut or
round seats,, mahogany finished
frame, upholstered In Bilk broo
atelle or silk tapestry. Xver
sold for less than CL0O. Tricj,
inroo a ays .,
Combination llookcaso and Writing les!8. In
Oak, Uircu and Mahocany, In plti'i and swelled
Fronch plate glass lronts, artUlic designs, all
sizes and prices.
Monday's Great Sale. .
Money Savers on Every Item.
New styles In Dirk Callciv Toa
Kowrs lined to tbo .alat with ruttlea
nero-w the shoulder. Actual value
I-adles" Oingbam bklrts. Very fulL
Uood value at IWc Ouly 29a
Yd. 10-1. Unbleached Sheeting.
Worth too yd. .Monday only IZiic
Yd. Very best .Muslin. Yd. wide,
such as rule of the Locm. Andro
scoggin and other makes. Worth Dc
yd. Only ojic
Yd. Yard wide. Unbleached Mu!!n,
orth Sc yard, ilonday only 3a
Yd. Cholcs of any of our X ow Dres
(Unchains in tho house. Somewcrth
as much as 15c j d. .Ml Monday, 5,lc
Yd. ICemnants of Dark Trims
Worth lCc yd. Monday at 2tc.
Yd. Last sale of Apron Ginghams.
orth So yd .Monday at 34c.
4 of oar Iteady Made Gingham
Ai'rcus. Worth Kc each. 4for?Jc.
Our Keady Made Shee:. Mze, TJxSO.
WorthTJc. Monday only lc
Dry Goods Department.
SS-in. ninci Figured Mohair, actual
value 40c 1'or Monday, our price
will be 13c.
2 pieces only. Black Fancy Weave
Canhmere, 3j In. wide, wcrtn Sic.
4C-Inch Silk Finished Henrietta, ex
tra heavy weight, good value, at S9c
Our price 4iHc.
5C-Inch Xavy Blue Storm Serge, good
value as tbe, sold everywhere for
that pries. Onrs, Monday, 43c
20 pieces Cold Cashmere, plain and
figured 7 inthes wide. In all colors.
38. inch Scotch Claw Plaids in all
the new shades, sold usually for 25c
A complete Suit Remnants
enough lu each piece for a com
plete suit, worm up to 3. Ycnr
choice, Monday, tec apiece. Come
T PQ This Elegant Black-Flgured Brlllian-
4)I.DU tlneSrtlrt. Lined all through. Made
in tho most fashionable styles, and
never sold for le-s than $4.00. batur-
day night at I t'J.
CO PQ All-Wool Serge Skirt. Lined nil
4Z.OJ through. Tailor made, and fully
worih 1 1 00. Saturday night only
The very latest our new Golf Skirt,
Just the proper weight for this sea
aon, Wortb, $2.50. Monday, only J3c
Cool Sunday. Onr Tailor-made Cape
at 93a is Just the propor weight and
style for cool, mornings and oven
incs. Very dressy, And worth 12.00.
Beautiful Fancy Shell Combs,
trimmed In gold and silver orna
ment). Worth 4Sc. Only 9c.
Ladles' Black L'slo Thread Gloves.
Uorth 25c. Only 9c.
Ladles' ImportcdScamlesi Hose.
Worth 20c a pair. Only 9c
Men's Seamless Hose. Worth 50cl a
pair. Ouly 9c
Men's Rubber End Suspenders.
Worth 25c Only 9c
Ladles' 75c Corsets Saturday
Trilby Hearts and Chains. Worth
&Cc Only 19c
Pleco Ladns ' Hemstitched and
Colored Bordered Hnudkorchiols
Worth 10c each. Cnly Jc
6 Knives and $ Forks. Warrant all
steoL Worth !tea Only 33c
Koll Toilet Paper. Worth So
Our Tart Wool Double Blankets.
Worth JL03 a pair. Monday only 49c
Extra Heavy White Blankets. Worth
$200 pair. Monday only 9Sc
614 Ninth St. N. W.
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We have r
Without any boasting our stock of Ladies' Jackets and
Capes, Cloth aud Plush, is the best we have ever shown.
We have far-away the largest variety in this city, and
can show twice as many styles as anyone else. You wiU
effect a great saving in these goods by dealing with us.
We are showing a very complete stock of Children'
We will pivc you this week such values
as jou never heard of ljefore.
r.Oc. Changeable Silk, govxl quality, Milt
alile for vaits, 20c. ,
60c. Toured Silks, In many beautiful
89c. Chanctalile Taffeta Silk, also ,olld
IBarks. a bargain Jt 89c. Only CCc.
160 Striped Figured Sco'ch Tlaiilo, each
niHl everyone a choice ttyle and particu
larly attractive, t3c.
Black and Fancy I)res Coodr. lnall the
new rough effects. Dest assortment in the
city of everjthinjr desirable iu Black,
Fancy and Kob Koy I'laids.
39c Scjitch rialds, Fancy Brocades,
Figured Brill. unities, black and colored;
also Storm Serges, 21c
75c. Fancy Dress Goods, Rough Cheviot
efrerts. Boutle effects, Satlh Burhers and
all the stylish Blacks. 49c.
1.39 and l.CO novelty dtcss goods in
everything that Is choice, .stylish and rich.
Your choice 9Sc.
734-736 7th Street N. W.
Remember Street and Number.
Amongst all the attractive bargains in
our store we have picked these out as
being world beaters.
This Slen's Elegant Cliy Worsted Salt made of
best material perfect In 6tyle and flnlsh-a most C"l TO
artlstlccut -J) I.UU
Cheviots and Cassimeres
'J terns rerfect atting the
ITXt T .. Ct ( tf,A
l s; r i
ccEturr- It Is made right In our own fac
tors ot tho ery test material carojul
wosaiatiEi:ip auu ferj
lmlDgs and trimmings.
Jten's Derby Hats In this falls styles. Tuulap, ff I fl
Youman, JIUlerand 1 oung's blocks. 4 1 tu
H. Friediander & Bro.,
Ninth and E Sts. N. W.
OHia Diow m
Ex-Governor Campbell Opens the
Campaign at the Capital.
TWO BIG MEETINGS HELD
Six TIioiimmuI Men In Line In tbe
l'urnde unci Ten TluniMiiul VlNltors
From All l'urt of the Slate Tbo
Governor's Sncecli Devoted to tbo
State I'olltleal Issues.
Columbus. Ohio, Sept. 2S.-Tbe Demo
cratic campalgu wasrfipen tonfcht ilth
a big parade aud two big meetings in the
capitol grounds. The weather was per
fect and everything conpired to the suc
cess of the affair. It Is estimated that
about G.C00 men were in the rurade.
Nearly every ilty In the Slate sent big
delegations, and it is estimated that not
lcs than 10,000 -isitors were brought
into tho city on the different, railroad,
the rates being the lowest ever secured
for a political meeting.
A camel was brought from the Cincinnati
Zoological Garden and was ridden at the
head of the parage. Ex-GovemorCampbell
and the speakers occupied carnages In the
first division, being escorted by the Miami
and CanipbelIClubs,orIutler,0., Mr. Camp
bell's home. . , .
The KandjU Club, of Pittsburg, which
came on a special train, had 200 uni
formed men In line. It was 10 o'clock
before the parade was finished and the
speaking began. The largest crowd
gathered around the stand where Governor
The newest In kid gloves is butter color,
with black pitching. We have every shada
with ilde embroidery In same and con.
trasting colors. $1.25 U the regnlar pr'c
400 brillintlne bfcirts, 4 godets In black,
lined'all through velvet band, $1.98.
600 serge and basket cloth skirts, extra
wide.llned and Ktutredall through, 4godetJ "
in black, $3.18.
$10, $9, ?8 novelty mohair sklrtsmada
In a very superior manner, $4.98.
$13.00 reefer tuits, latest styles, llced
bklrtT extra wide, godet backs, S7.4S. '
$12.00 Eoucle cloth dresses, blousa
walu trimmed with velvet, very wldj
lined skirts. $7.93. .-
Sack Suits In All-wool
test workmanship an I (TC fl
striues and nat-
latest cut-eood C I Qfl
vpa.j4av a? tliA IGth
cvuipicic w n"
Campbell spoke and his speech was fro
nuciitly Interrupted with applause. ,
The other speakers were: Hon. John B.
I'easelee, Dr. J. A. Norton, Gen. E. B.
Finley. Hon. John II. Clarke, Hon. L. T.
Neal, Hon. Joicph II. Outhwalte and Hon.
John D. Follctte.
Es-Gov. Campbell's speech -was largely
devoted to State issues and national topic
were touched upon only incidentally n
claimed thatthe Wilson tariff wasvindicaled
by the return of good times and tuestlmu
lated condition of trade and all Industrial
He deprecated any attempt at tariff tlnk
cring and fald that it any were done, oi
attempted In the next Congress. It would b
by the Republicans. f
EXPLODED OX THE TI1ACK. 3
fJnknov.-iiMlirewits Hud I'laced Four
Iloxes of lM'stol CurtridRes There . I
A loud report, like that from a email
bowiucr, caused much excitement In the
neighborhood of Fifth and P etrcels abouB
10:30 o'clock last night. I
Earlier in the night eonie unknown per
sons, probably small boys, visited the neigh
borhood and laid four email tin boxes filled
with little pistol cartridges along tha
Belt Line track.
The lior-,tf car wheels failed to explode;
them and the boxes remained scattered
along the track until a wagon, going down
P street ran over oueas Ihe wagen crossed
The result was a blinding flare, a
deafening eport, and the shoifc ot tba
discharge nearly upset the wagen. and
frightened Hie horse attached Into run
ning away. t
Dl Leon's Lecture on Socialism. "1
Mr. Daniel De Leon, tbe distinguished
Knight of Labor and socialist, .last flgbl
delivered an Interesting address at Typo,
"graphical Temple on socialism, which will
appear at loniidcrable length In The Mora.
Ing Times to-morrow. j
Look for King's Palace Great Fall Open.
Ing announcement In Monday's Times. ,
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