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THE JMOBNTNG TIMES, WEDXiSSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1893.
Wash. M. Williams'
A remnrkalile chair this
MORRIS CHAIR a most com
fortable chair and withal a
very cheap chair onty eight
You can sit it in various
different positions to suit your
case it's really a wonderful
Perhaps you've been looking1
for chair like this.
Wash. S. Williams,
7th and D. Sts.
J cook by gas
Hera Is tho largest stock of Gas
Healers ami looking ltangea In
thisrity. Gas beaters and ranges
have Improved wonderfully sines
las" jar bitter to beat and coot
GAS APPLIANCE EX.,
1428 X. Y. Ave.
"For the Blood Is tte Life '
S lasaree. Ulcers, Flstulae, all Rectal Diseases
smhout psiu. Without fcnlfo or operation.
Without auy dotentlon from business Not
pulllatlre, but a rapid, radical CL'KE. Dr.
llronning, I32.S t-prucc .street. Philadel
phia. Pa , the leading Rectal frpeciallst. by ur
fnt ro-iuest, can ba seen In consultation,
ThtirsJaj. Oct. 24th. at Willard's Hotel.
W nshington. lloun 10 to 12 a. m . 4 to 6, and
7 to 9 p.m. Information free. References un
limited. AltMES' CASi: IX STATU QUO.
Military Assailing the Ili-i'l-lon or tile
Court of Appeals.
The detail for the courwiurtl.il to try
llaj. George A. Anne-, retlresl, on the
charges and specifications made public
prior to the ilccMon rrndcrcsl by Judge
Bradlej, releasing him from military con
finement on a writ of habeas corpus, will
not be announced until the legal questions
Involving the right of arrest shall have
been determine! lu the courts.
J. X. Morrison, attorney for the Secre
tary or War, took an appeal from Jfldge
Uradlej's decision, and the court of ap
peals will hear arguments and render an
opinion. Should Judge llradley be sus
tained, it is expected a further appeal will
be taken to the United b tales Supreme
In the meantime the court-martial pro
ceedings will remain In statu quo. Hut
they will under no clnutnstauccs bo aban
doned, and are only deferred for the reason
that '.he civil and military authorities can
not at the Nunpliiiie have Jurisdiction
over an offender.
Whenever a final decision la rendered
by the court of last resort, whether fa
vorable or adverser the detail for a court
martial will be named -and the proceedings
bo prosecuted upon the charges already
REMOVAL OK KIISKLAXD.
Ho Will Probably Ask to Ilo I'Jncoil
on tin- Hellrrsl l.Ut.
The formal order detaching Hear Ad
miral Klrkland from tin command of the
European naval station was signed by the
Acting Secretary of the Navy, Sir. 11c
It was reported at the Navy Department
that Admiral Kirkland, since he became
aware that Secretary Herbert disapproved
of several of his actions, had applied for
detachment from his command, but Act
ing Secretary McAdoo said ho had no in
formation that would confirm this.
There is no doubt whatever that the
recall of the admiral was Intended as a
rebuke. Ilefore leaving ror Atlanta last
night Secretary Herbert was asked If
he would make any stattment concerning
the matter, and be answered that lie would
Admiral KIrkland cannot be placed on
the retired list on account ot age until
1806. It lie should remain In the serv
ice until that 1 tme he would become the rank
ing officer of the Navy. It Is believed,
howeier. that he will make application to
be placed on the retired list on his return
home, and there Is liltle doubt that the re
quest, ir made, will bo granted by the
Itollci'irmn McDonald Fined.
Owing to the crowding of assignments
for Jury trials In Judge Miller's court yes
terday, the case of assault against Police
Officer James A. MacDonald, of the Fifth
precinct, was tried by Judge Kimball, who
held him guilty, and fined him G.
Beecham's pills for consti
pation io and 25. Get the
book at your druggist's and
go by it.
AbsmI ulca mere tbas COOCLfiX bcxee.
SANDFORD NOT POISONED
Verdiot of Coroner's Jury That He
Died From Natural Causes
Dr. Gluzebrook's Testimony to tlio
"Effect Tlmt Dcafii Wuh Duo to
Valvular Disease ot tlie Heart.
A coroner's jury quickly decided yester
day afternoon that John M. Sandford died
from natural causes and was not poisoned.
The. inquest was held Ht U o'clock in
Lee'b undertaking establishment. Tho
body of Sandford had been twice exhumed
in order to satisfy his friends and -widows
that ho had not been rulsoncd, as lind been
alleged Willi considerable emphasis.
Tne rirst -witness lfore Coromr Ham
melt was Dr. Crussmi, who .mended fiuui
ford Just prior to 1ns death. He testified
that the ilead man was seventy three 3-ears
of nge,.a retired sailor, and resided at No.
"07 tS street liorttisvcst- When lr. Cros
sou was called he found Sandford getting
over the effects of .1 spree. His stomach
was so weak that he was unable to retain
even water. The primary muse of his
death was gastritis, or iiifI.imm.nlon of
thestoniuih. The Immediate cause of death
was heart failure.
Sandford had been dead fifteen minutes
on October i) when the doctor arrived In
answer to his wlte-" summons. Then" was
no evidence of a struggle with death.
The de.-d man lay as though he had passed
Chemit Marjou Dorset, of the Agri
cultural Department, tcstiried to nu-iklng
mi nnalvsls of Sandford's stomach and con
tents, lie found about a half pint ot
arsenic in that organ. There was ntr ulcera
tion ot the stomach, but dreidcd congestion.
The urenic usl in the embalming process
might have been forced Into the stomaiR".
Deputy Coroner Glazcbrook tesllflid as
to the autopsy. Deceased was quite cor
pulcutjind weighed rully ISOor 10U pounds.
His heart was cmbeil led in a Urge quantity
of fat. Ills arteries were the arteries ot
old age and liable to give way at any time
and caue apoplexy. The 111 jsi of fat about
Snndford's heart was from one-halt to oue
inch thick. He had one r tho worst forms
of heart disease knonn to Hie profession.
It is knownas valvular dNcascof the heart.
In the process of embalming the Instru
ments entered his stomach and admitted
great quantities of the embalming fluid
containing arsenic, hence the belief that he
was poisoned while In life.
Sandford'i kidney i ns abnormally large,
continued Dr Glazebrook, nnd was almost
eaten away. It wnfc remarkable tlmt such
a man could have lived at long as he did
The doctor found an alcoholic ttomach,
but absolutely no evidence of irritant
lioiionlng. It was a case evidently of
After a ihort conciliation the Jury de
cided that deceased died Octolier fl, at his
late residence, 207 (t street northwest,
from natural cam vs and "wo. hold that no
one is responsible therefor.'"
Tliequettion of securingSandfortl'R money
and personal effects will now be taken be
fore the courts by widows Xos. 1 and 3.
MOIti: XA3Ii:S ADDED.
Antl-snloon I.eiiiruo wurluij Signers
to tin' Contention Cull.
At the regular niceties of the Antl
Saloon League, held Monday night, in its
ball, a tXo.023Loiiislnnaas-eniic,Mr. James
L. twin, first vice president, presided,
and after opening prayer by Dr. V. II. It.
Warmnn.or the Gunlou Temple Presbyter
Ian Delegation, and the customary routine
business, Mr. .1. S. It'ackfor.l was called to
the chair, while Jlr. Ewlu reported for
the executive committee, the committee on
co-operation ami as lr.iterual delegate to
the National W. C. T. U. Convention, now
In session at llaltimore.
Willi rCtrcnce to the latter he reported
that he wjs introduces! to the conveuthiu
and conveyesl to it the cordial greetings of
the District of Columbia Anti-Saloon
The matter which bad mainly occupied
the attention of the executive committee
wastneapproaclilngAntl-SaiiMiii ci invention,
to be held in this city December 17, 18
and 10. He reporle-el that since the call was
given to the press several imiortant names
had been added, including Her. James
M. Cleary, president of the Catholic Total
Abstinence Union of America; ilaj. George
A. Hillou, president of the National Go-pel
Temperance Union: Rev. A. J. Kynelt.D.D.,
LL. D chairman of the committee on tem
perance and prohibition of the Mctbialist
Episcopal Church; and llev. 8. M. Newman.
D. I).. pastor of the First Congregational
iir. Edward P. Atkinson, of the Epworth
League of Ebenezer Methodist Kpi-copal
Church, colored, was present for the first
time and was Introduced to thc-leagiie.
nnd a communication was received f mm the
Third District Lodge, I. O. G. T., naming
a jicr delegation and espressing the ap
preciation by the bulge of tho important
work now being accomplished by the Antl
Kaloon League. The new ilelegatcs are
Ossie Kllnger, Gi-orge W. Choate and N. H.
Vowles. Mr. Marion Guild Walport was
elettfl fraternal delegate to the national
conecntlon of the Knights of Labor, to
assemble here in November.
MTJIIDEIIEIt llAltltlS' TUIAE.
Pliiyer of Mnttliew Spruell Very Xer-soii-s
In tlie Court.
The trial of John, alias Patsy, Harris,
indicted for the murder of Matthew Spruei,
was begun by the partial s lection of a
Jury jesterday lieforo Judge Cole in
criminal court, division No 1. After
an hour the panel was exhausted, eleven
Jurors had been chosen with, however,
teventeen challenge at the disposal of
the attorneys. Thirty-five talesmen were
summoned to appear in tlie morning.
He lived with ids wife in the t-econd story
of a house on TliirtJ-tbird street, George
town. Hownitairs Matthew Spruell bad a
barber shop in tlie front room and lived
with bit family in tlie rear rooms.
On the 4tli of last July Harris' wife
entered the shop about noon, and, It is
claimed, to stiokc to all around her 11 ve
fSprnelL Harris came In an hour later In
a iiartktlly Intoxicated condition. Spruell
asked why his wife had slighted hini. Har
ris said he had told her to speak to no men.
A quarrel resulted, and Hprucll flour
ished a razor and Harris dr-w a revolver.
A woman separated them, and Harris' pis
tol was thrown into the back yard. It Is
said he went on up stairs and a few min
utes later returned and passed through the
rear door, picking up the reolcr in the
About 2 o'clock Spruell started down
Thlrtj-thlrd street. Harris went after
bim. Seeing him coming, Spruell ran and
Harris gave chase. At tho corner ot
Thlrt-thlrd and M strcts Spruell turne-d
into a hallway and Harris fired a shot at
him. As the fleeing barber reached the
first stairway landing Harris fired a sec
ond bullet, that lodged in SprucU's abdo
men and produced death In an hour. The
inurdercf was immediately arrested,
FOOT WEAK MOHE EXrEXSlVE.
JBoss Sliooninl.ers Will Halso Their
Frlccs nnd Form an Association.
The boss shoemakers of 'Washington met
at King's Hall, on Louisiana avenue
between Hlxth and Seventh streets north
west, Monday night, for tho purpose of
forming an association for prote-ctlon and
mutual welfare. Mr. Albert presided, and
It was suggested that tho price of cobbling
and slioemaklng bo raised to meet the
advance In the price of leather.
Another meeting -will ho held Slonday
evening at Albert's Hall, II street, near the
Government Printing Office, when the or
ganization -will be perfected. At least
riftysons ot St. Crispin willbeinattendance.
Jninne'o Coutrnty. Labor.
Commissioner General Stump has reported
to Secretary Carlisle that, as a result of a
personal investigation mado by Ulni, lie is
satisfied that the charges made that a large
number or Japanese are entering the United
States as contract laborers or paupers is
WHITNEY JSTHEiR HOPE
Big Democratic-Sentiment Turn
ing to the New Yorker.
THE SILVERS MEN LIKE HIM
Hi" Has Xut Positively Declined tho
Honor mid ltoiul)l leans Fear Ho
Will X'ot HIh Personal 1'opularlty
nnd 1'oncrful ltcsuiucesMuko Him
u Gre-at Fnsorito.
With the national campaign still a tilde
too remote for close computations as
to thu, relative 'Strength of Presidential
candidates, sufficient progress has been
made to pretty clearly eilabllsh the fait
that a large proportion of the Democrats
re-gard cx-bccrcinry William C. Whitney
as the most available 111.111 -nho coubl be
nominated l iheir party, and the Kepub
llcnns are moro apprehensive of Ills .selec
tion than any oilier possibility as jet sug
gested. While Mr. Whitney. Immediately nrter
ids. return from Kuropc, made tho formal
announcement that he would not Le a can
didate before the convention f next jiar
It is not by any ii.eans interpreted us a
positive declination of the nomination if
Very few men have refused to lie the
standard-bearer it a party having reason
able prospects of landing its choice In the
Executive .Mansion, aril tlie opinion does
not prevail among Washington politicians
that the cx-Hecretary would princ an ex
ception to the general ruTe.
The more ce list rvatlve Democrats among
the rank a'nd file, as. well us tlie ienelers,
Bho realize In advance the nesesslty for
party harmony, appreciate the availa
bility of Mr Whitney us a compromise
His. ree-ord, I10II1 personal and political,
Is beyond repronih, nnd n clean campaign,
devoid of inud-llirowlng, would be guar
anteed. His conduct of the Navy Depart
ment during the first administration of
Mr Cleveland 1 howesl him to be a mini well
qualified to handle public affairs lu a
plain, business-like manner.
IliK executive! ability was demonstrates!
bejond any perud ventures by his succvsh
ful nnd dlplomatlii management of Mr.
Cleveland's candidacy before the Chicago
convention lu 18U2.
In the face of strong adverse senti
ment, hampered by the handicap of a
Iwo-tuinU rule, and obtaining 110 assist
ance from his own State de-le-gatlon, Mr.
Whitney nciiievnl a signal triumph that
will be long rcmc-inbep'd alike by friends
Possessing more than the ordinary share
of personal magnetism and with an un
usual faculty for maklug and retaining
friends, Mr. Whitney would be a great
success in a handshaking campaign.
"The argument that he is not an orator
is answeresl by the information that Mr.
Cleveland has nccr dellicred a political
address, but has imarlably epresseil his
convictions rcgard'.ng eiufstions nt Issue
through the medium of letters, alwajs
written at an opportune time.
UKPUTATION FOI: ENTKUTAIXIXO.
During his residence in Washington Mr.
Whitney gained a national acquaintance
ship that Is not easily eradicated. He
made an.1 sustained a reputation for
entertaining that eclipsed any other mem
ber of the President's official family, and
has since materially aided in UcTnettral
ing his memory.
A last, but not least. Hem which may
be pkicesl on the credit side ot the. ledger
Is the fait that Mr. Whitney is to, situated
that lie eoulti, if so disposed, make un
usually generous contributions in the cam
A strong argument In favor ot Mr. Wtdt
liej's selection is Jounded on the belief that
be could carry tho Stab- of Xew York.
The reporte-i! estrangement be-tween tho
President and his former .Secretary ot the
Navy is accepteil on all-sldcs as tnie, but
this does not mean auy exentual detriment
to the latter.
In the event of deciding to make no-contest
for a renoiuiiiattnii, or realizing the
hopelessness of such efforts, Mr. Cleveland
ivoa'il prefer to see the choice go elsewhere
than to New York, and there is no doubt
that Ids preference would bo Seiretary
Hut, seeing his own cause lost, ami Mr.
OIney developing no-formidable strength
as a man upon whom the warring factions
could unite, it Is the almost unanimous ex
pression of opinion that the President would
throw his strength In New York State to
Mr. Whitney ns against Senator Hill.
This would not be done because of any
sentimental love for Mr. Whitney, but
simply for the reasonthatheciitertajned the
greater hatred for Mr. Hill.
It is a reasonable disliiction that the
Senator would pursue a similar course, and
when confronted by inevltabledereal would
make the best terms he could with Mr.
Whitney, as against tho President.
That clement ot the Democratic party
w hlcb has to a greater or less degree cm"
braced Hie doctrine of free silver would
without hesitation rhoosc Mr. Whitney ash)
preference to Mr. CleMjand.
While believing In sound money and advo
cating good business methods, the former
Is far more liberally disposed toward silver,
and would lie willing to make some conces
sions in that direction if convinced that a
majority ot the people really believed
that the prosperity of the country would
be enhanced by an Increased use ot sliver.
Unless the prevailing sentiment in regard
to free coinage shall have moderated before
Ihc convention is held it Is a practical cer
tainty that many ot the Southern and far
Western Slates w ill send delegates instruct
ed to fight fur a sliver plank in the platform
and contend for the nomination of the best
possible exponent to stand ujion, it.
They will not be expected to carry their
fight to the extent of withdrawing from tho
convention, but to use their utmost en-de-avors.
In such an event Mr. Whitney would bo
the beneficiary of these instructions.
Falling lo influence the nomination eif an
out-and-out free fslver man, tlie delegates
rrom those States most directly interested
would nalurally throw their support to
Mr. Whitney ns a better Hobson's choice
than either Mr. Cleeland or Senator Hill.
The Republicans dread die selection
of Mr. Whitney more than that of any other
man mentioned up b tliLs. lime. His good
record, his executive ability, his diplo.
m.i He skill asa political manager, his Ameri
canism, his rather-liberal ideas on tho
financial tiueslion, his personal popular
ity, nnd Ins unlimited resources cause him
lo be regarded as their, most daDgerous antagonist.
STRANGERS visiting Washington are in.
vjted to examine our stock of Diamonds,
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, etc., etc.,
in which there is to be found innumerable
articles especially manufactured as
This represents the original Washington Souvenir
Spoon, made and sold EXCLUSIVELl'hy us.
Jewellers sdQ SilversmiUis-
FORTBE GOOD OfjHE PARTY
Campaign Assessments Levied On
Printing Offioe 'Employes.
Mr. Connolly' Itrcclvhiu; Office Duliiic
u ltiislilnc HiisliiesB, but tho
Law Jii Xot Violated.
The levy ot assessments for political par
posos is going on with lnerensed ftitlvlty
In the departments. This applies wiili es
pecial force to the Government Printing
Office, which up lo tills year has not lieen
under the semblance of civil service pro
tection. There Is, however, no praitlcal
difference made by the fact that the livli
servh-e rules have been extended lo the
office during Ihc past summer.
Thoevaslon of any nndallleglsladon has
ltecn shown to lie perfectly easy. The Civil
Sen Ice Commission does not even take in
terest enough In tho matter to investigate
except when furnishes! with tolerably eon
elusive evidence of violation of the law.
The district uttorncy looks to the Civil
Service Commission to furnish the facts
upon whhh any indictment under the pen
ulty clause of the ait of January 10, 188.1,
could bo obtained. Of course, any private
e-llizcn could call the matter to the alien
lion ot tlie griiud Jury, but there Is no like
Hhood at all that nuvbody will- As tho
Civil Sire Ice Commission will only prom
ise to Investigate upon 'conditions not
likely to lw met, nnd the attorney will
only move upon Information rumlMied by
the commission. It is not likely anything
will be done to save employes f rim the tax.
A new lmreau for the collection of cam
paign fund was opened MmuLi) at Col.
Lawrence Gardner's office, ltoom 1C, In
the Ames building. No.' 1410 0 street
northwest. James E. Connelly, the grocer
at First and K stris-ls northwest. Is in
charge. He tame hero in Clee eland's first
administration us 1111 employe of Die Gov
ernment Printing Office," and Is a clobe
personal friend of Public Printer Hi nedict.
He lias been engaged eecry jear in tlie col
lection of campaign funds,, nnd is very suc
cessful. It Is work ho does not seek, and
as the opening of the lmreau has been un
usually late this 3 cur, lie thought some
body else had been selected to look after
He said last night that large sums had been
received last year, and he hoped, although
It was much inter than usual, that even n
largcramount would be obtained this year.
During thu first three hours after the of
fice was open Mr. Connelly received
SIGN THEIR DEATH WAIOUNTS.
Of course, ns Mr. Connelly Is not in any
way connected -with the government, he
is entlr'ly free from the force of nny law.
He Is acting by the authority of James W.
Hinckley, chairman of the New York Demo
cratic State committee, nnd unquestionably
has the moral support of every Democratic
Congressman from that Stale. Men who
refuse to contribute may with reasonable
ctrtnlnty be supposed to sign their eiwn
official death warrants. Yet U10 whole
operation is entirely legal.
Some of the employes object very serious.
ly to being subjected to these levies, but
they have no relief except to grumble.
M. S. WIXSI.OVT 'DEAD.
Well-kno wnVounu Washington Xcum
papor Man Dies of Consumption.
Mlllon 8. Winslow died yesterday at the
residence of his mother, Mrs. s. B. Wins
low, No. 1208 K street northwest, of con
Mr. Winslow was alwut 2.) years of age,
and while he originally catne from Ooe
neur, X. Y.. tile most of fiis life lias'bcen
spent in this rity.
' Alwut lwoypat5jiKi jJgeiiefpNewIiirlr.
and acceptesj a'posltlon with the Xew York
TnbJiie. He remniuesl with that paper for
aboutayenr, at which tlniohls health broke
down, mid he was compelled to reilueiuisli
He tin n took n brief vacation, and, ns it
was thought by all of Ids friends, regained
his health. He then went to Johnstown,
X. Y., and assumed control'of the Youngs
town Jlally.Xews. This paper also he was
compelled to leave after a short period of
service ow ing to bad health.
When he left Youngstown he Immediately
went into the mountains of Xew York
State to try and regain his health, but
while up there perceptibly grew worse and
only alwut three weeks ago returned to
his mother's home In this tlty.
FUXDS OF THE ARMY.
rnymnster Genernl Submits Ills Re
port for the Fiscal Year.
The Wur Department yesterday gave out
the report of the Paymaster General of the
Army Tor the fiscal year 1895.
It shows that the officers of the pay de
partment were charged wllh public funds
aggregating $lD,r.&t,044 and that eluring
the year there was expended on account of
pay ot regular Army $13,220,031. which
with volunteer payments nnd other dls-lureeni'-nts,
left an apparent balance of
Xo mention is made, in the report fur
nished by the deficiency in officers' salaries
stated to have been madesome time since by
a New York bank sustained by Secretary
Lamont's guarantee nor ns try the trans
fer to balances to meet deficiencies In the!
pay of privates. These and other interest
ing matters contained in the report will
probably not lie made public until after
Congress meets, if then.
Ileiil Estate Trnnfer.
Deeds in fee have lieen recorded ns follows:
Kathenue Pine to Emily Lee. lots 10 nnd
1 1. block 4. East Dejuewood. $2.10. James
F. Scnggs and William D.JIoover. to Mary
A. Power, lots 24aod 25. square 10.13. $10.
John Irwin to Lewis II. Wayne, part of lots
E and W. square 638, $10. Henry Kenela
to Elizabeth Homiller. part of lot 207,
Boatty nnd Hawkins" addition to Ge-orge-town,
$5. John It. Oullen to Hattie M.
Foland, lot U3, sauare 870. and part of lot
39. bloe-k 1. Le Droit Park. S10. Rudolf
Goldse-hmid to John 11. Mc.Lean. lot A,
square 340. $49,500. Georglanna Ser
pen to John D. Coughlan, lots 12 and 13.
square 1057. $10. George N. French to
same, lot 9. square 1057. $5. George J.
Johnson to Uee tor MiNcill. lot 17 and part
of lot 18. square 1095. $10. Milton C.
Barnard to Jose M. Yznaga, lot 19, block
22. IirooklaoiUSlO. Mannda II. He Muth
to Johanna Myers.-part ot lot 13, square
1028. $1,500. Gertrude U. Phillips to
Anna n.Jamlcson. lot 10. block. 32. Brook
land. $10. Joseph Miller, lo, Laura V. B.
Covington, lot 103, Anac-oMla. $1,12.-..
Casslus M. Bee-k to FerevMetzger. part
ot.lot 210. B. and U.'s addition to George
Tlavo The Times ilellvcreel nt your
lioiiM Mornlnir. Evening nnd Sunday
editions, 50 centre n mouth.
1107 Pennsylvania Ave.
AH Who Begin Treatment To
day Will Be Treated Until
Gured at This Low Rate
Dr. Walker's Special Rate of $5
Per Month for Medicine and
Treatment Will Posi
Those Who Call After
That Date Will Have
to Pay a Much Larg
Dr. Walker's Parlor's
Were Crowded Again
The Noble and Generous
Offer Is a Boon to the
i.. j -sterday the people kept stream
ins lute Ir. Walter's reception jurlors.
The doeior was kept busy all day ions, but
managed to see all who e-alled. It is ad
visable, however, forail those who basede-teriliine-d
to take :ulnnt.ii,-i: of the reduced
rate lo rail as early as is convenient for fear
tlie rush lll Ije ho jrreat (his week that
many will lie unable to see the doctor at all.
cost of treatiueniforall diseases Willi which
they may lie afflicted. Dr. Walker wmius
it understood that this fee willeoverall com
plications, with mcillclncandappllauc fur
nished free. Should you have rheumatism
catarrh, and dyspepsia, he does not chargu
$5 for rheumatism, $.", for catarrh, and $5
for dyspepsia, lut for a slide $5 note-ho
will tor oue month treat all the diseases
w ith which you nmv beafflicteil.
Many per-ons callesl yesterday who mis-unden-KMMlthedoetor'soffer.
they could ri-i advice and inesllcinefn-e anel
called without money. This in not tlie ease.
Dr Walker wishes it, understood lh.lt h" Is
not trentins people for nothing or sivliijr
away iimlicinc. while $5 a month hardly
covers the cost of medicine used, he wishes
e pry one he treats to unde rstand that he is
In no sense a charity patient, bat is en
titled to the same pa Mistaking eare and at
tention that he would receive were he pa yins
a much larger fee.
All who take treatment to-elay, Oc-tolx-r
2:1. are etilltbsl to that rate until
cured. While the doctor has always clven
Information cheerfully, be wishes It under
stood now that In Is so busily i-nsJRftl in
the treatment of those- who earnestly wish
to lie lienef licet by his skill at this low rate,
lh.it he has no time for persons who seek iu
formallotionly. Dr Walkertreatsandcures
all form of chrome, nervous, and special
diseases; all de-cp-seuled disonlers or long
standing which general practitioners do
not understand or appn-eiate.
He has made a wonderful record of cures
during the past three years he has been In
this city. In eeery quarter of the city are
persons who have leeu restored to health by
him, and areslnging his praises by scores.
It jou h.ne any chronic disorder do not
delay, for you cannot afford to do so. Call
herorc the day expires. It will not be re
newed, buttull charges will be made.
A .Mouth for All
cines Included to
WhoeApply Before October 23.
Dr. Walker's will known sanitarium nt
1411 Fennsjlvanla avenue, adjoining Wil
lard's Hotel, is open daily for consulta
tion and treatment. Office hours. In a.
m. to 5 p. m.; Aeilnedny and Saturday
evenings, 7 to 8; Sundays, It) to 12.
Xo cases made public without consent ot
XA1UW ALl'IIA I1EHE.
Clmplln ot tlio Frntprnity Orgiinl7eel
nt Columbian Unlsorslty.
The Alpha Xu of tlie Kappa Alpha fireek
Xetter Fraternity, lias organized a chapter
at the Columbian University with ten
members. This chapter was established
last Xovember by the Washington Alumni
Chapter of the Kappa Alpha Fraternity.
Tlie committee from tho Washington
Alumni Chapter, appointed upon Its estab
lishment, consisted or Mr. W. W. Milkin,
of the Washington bar; Mr. Arthur Johns.
of the Engineer Corps of the District, and
F. 8. Key Smith, assistant librarian of
tlie Kir Association or the District or
Tlie chapter have taken rooms at Xo. 803
Seventeenth street northwest, and the
Washington Alumni Chapter -nlll hold .1
meeting early nest week in which the
matter of taking a house with tlio actlvo
chapter (Alpha Xu) will bo discussed.
It is probable the two chapters will quarter
together this -n inter.
CEMKTEHV SOCIICE OF HEVEXTJE.
Suit Entered Aeriiln.t tlio RIenwood
Coin puny for an Account Inc.
Charlct Horcherling, of Xewarfc, X. J., aitd
Ellen M. Clote, administratrix of Joseph B.
CIoic, jesterday sue-d the Glciiwooel Cerui
lary Atsoelntioii for an accounting and the
payment of money claimed to be due the
plaintiffs since 1879.
Mr Borclierling was appointed receiver
for Mr Clotc's property in 1675, when the
wife lecured a divorce frtim her husband
and he refuted to pay her the alimony the
court ordered. Mr. Clote and one William
S. Humphreys subsequently became the
ownert of the present Glenwood Cemetery
Tands, and when Congress vested the title
in a corporation, it wat claimed, mey were
to receive a one-fourth interest in the pro
ceeds from Uic sale of lots.
The administratrix 6aid she hail never
received any of liie money.
The Secretary of the Interior has issued
orders disbarring from practice "before tha
Department of tlie Interior and its branches,
tlie following pension attorneys; John N.
Bates, of Westficld, Mass.; Charles A.
Blandln, of BlaudinsvlIIe, III.; S. H. Webb,
of Hampton, Va.; T. E. Spencer, onvnsh
lngton, 1). C, and C. W. Bassliam and B. J.
Brown, of the firm of Bassham & Brown,
of Eansvllle, Ark.
Azor Xickerson brought suit for $30,000
damages against the Washington an-
injuries lie received May 10, last. He
claimed that while attempting to get off a
car at Fourteenth strvet and the Avenue
tlie grlnnuu suddenly started the cable train
and he was thrown to tlie ground. He was
, seroiusly and pcfTnanently in Juredabout the
Biiouuier unci arm.
ITnse. The Times dcllvrred at your
limine ilornltiit. Eveulnir and Sunday
editions. 50 cental a niontli.
Ken Turk Stock Market.
Furnished by Frank Wilson Brown, hri
1335 F- street.
On Hlxh 1-nw.
Amerlcsn TebnceM Kii S4U K'l
Atchlion. Ton. X.rV.. SUi 51)4 SOJj
C'ftcadA Southern &Ms &&? 3
CoL Fui-1 Iron .. SSU S U
U..H. iliutor ?i M'4 M'
U a U 4 St boilii ? 43 SH
ChMapeako&uliio 1 IS l5i
Chlcxaw e Kfl M
lllttiller L'atllo FiwL. Zi S "!i
DalAWara nl llii.l.cnl... ISf 13-1 13
Eris It U JSJ,"
Citnern! Electric KT)5 SVri V'H
LsfceShore .....131 151 1UH
LonilTillr) and NasnIll H',i CI! WU
Lead M at Sl;.
Uathvr. 11! H!i "ii
Leather prf " 79 '.7
K.T. iAl 34?i K Jl
Missouri I'ndfl'r. S5 Si "33
.Manhattan Horalwl .. . IlW" 101 llfeji
or'.Uweit ltftij 1(17 limn
XorlheruPai'incrrf. Hl 1VS Wf
X V. C luca lnoja !00
I'aelaeMalt s 3n JK
i:a.lius ISi, sti) 19Jj
Itoet !iml "'1 i
houttern. iK 1: IS
i-oiitLeni lifd STl STt, STIJ
hti'aul T6-V :i.'i MU
Sugar vr.iM 1 107!
TnnuL'sat Jt iron... 4'j H' s
'J eias l'aelflc . V ? H
I'nfoa i'acldc 14 14 3i,
Wabasa lir.fcir.l ...... -iH ZQi !'
Wcstara Union Tel...... 914 VJ H
Chtca;i. Hoard offraja.
' Oji'n. Ulgli. Loir. Cloa.
December ..... CeB, CO 'CO 0)1
ilay an, ol!-U '?
De-erat)ar. .T?i 7i Ji ST'S
Ji7 S!" 'ay, si4 -"JH-JJ
Deecmber IS IS 19 1811
Jlay suj; aiji-Ji fa aH"
January a.10 9.10 9 03 9.10
ilay 'J.3T 9.3T t ST WW
January S37 SCO S.S Z.M
May 3.TS 5i i.7J ST7
January. 4.U 1W 4.U 4 tV)
May 4.77 4.77 4.73 4.t0 "
Open. Hlch Low. Close
November. SL a4i 8.M 8.48
IJaeember 8.40 8.U 8.31 8.U
cuary. 8.60 8 60 8 SO 8 50
Hatch b.61 8PJ a 10 6.CJ
Baltimore. Oct. 22 Flour dull, un
changed receipts, 25,fr22 Iserrels: Fhip
inents, 14,241 barrels sales 150 tmrrcls.
Dewiutier. G7a57 1 2. steamer No. 2 red,
12 l-2a02 5 B receipts, 7,"t Imshels;
stock, 552,81)4 bushels Southern wheat
by sauipIe,4a6Q: do.oiigrade,:i.ij. Corn
dull sH)t, :7 5-8n.T7 3-4; month. :t l-2a
HT 5-S: NovcinbiT. new and old, :i5a:i5 1-4;
year, 33 3 4a34; January, 33 l-2a33 3-4
rtwipts, 40,373 bushels; shipments, 68,
571 IrashPls; stock, 322,J34 bushels: sales.
5,001) bushels Southern whltecorn. :Ja37;
110. yellow. 37a3M. Oal-seasl'i Xo. 2whllo
Western, 20n27: Xo. 2 mixed, 23a23 1-2
reve-niw, 31,521 Isishels: stock. 17l,010
bashcls. ltye ipiiet ami steady Xo. 2,
Ua44 1 2 tie-arbv; 17a 14 Western stock,
li,24 3 bushels. Hay rirrn choice timothy,
15.50 askesl. Grain freights easy, un
changed, ingar firm, unchanged. Duller
sternly, unolungesl. Kgg flnu fresh, 10.
Cheese firm, unchanged.
Washington Stocic Excnsnza.
Sales rejularcall 1J o'clock m. Columi.i.
Eallroad Cs, VM at 110K; V,0.0 at UOJi.
C0tKMlENTB0Ul B1L As'i'd.
Vf. 4'a. lt ItHi Wii
V.. 4-. - C II14 IMJi
U.S. 4'. 19i3 12SW
U.S.i's laOl 115S
yalsj 'aj-jcarKundlnc"... ....... .101
6"al'J0i "33-year rund!nr"0M..-..llIti
rslWl "Water Stool currency. 116
:' IBM "Water stoct" currency. Hs
3 Cj 1'fH -Funilln:' currency. II ....
Si's lies, S-lOs. l!iJ3-19L I0J
W i G l: KfonT. ta 1st, V)--n 1 180
W A C! It It Cout. 6' id, 1-'41 . 1 w 110
JletKIlCOoT 6", 1V0I Ill 115
iict IMiTonvl'B 10O
Bell It 5'll".'I S3 !
Ecklucion t:l;V-, l?it.911 3M
Columbia It l:6a, li'lt llOJi 111
WcshOsjI'o, ser A, Ca, 19K-'J7.... 115
V ashl.as Cs ser H. Fa, 1XI-X-A .... Ill . . .
UattGa. Colour y-..'J01 lis 13S
L &. Uec Lijat Conv 3's. l'J3l 110
ChesaiH-nVe .v. TotomacTel-3s. 3i) .....
Amer ec ,v, '1 nisi 5s, PiOj 101
iu Market lo lit C'a. 1SMSU
t;,euO retired annually ilo
V, 4!ti Marl, lo Imp 6's l-Jli-W .. 110
Ma.h.MarSCoEjfnos 1914--J7... 110
Jta9onlcllalAas-B3,C, IRS 10J
WashLt Inlantry lte,a.lw) :w
w neb Lu Infantry id V'a, isoj .....
4TI04L bASC STOCKS.
Cask ot Wastnu;lon...7 S3 300
Ilant oJiieputilli: ." '-H
jletropoltlan. 85 310
Centrnl ........... .................. itO .....
fanners and.MechanK-a'.. ........ . 175 .....
Second. ....... ...-.......... 133 .....
Columbia. IX 140
Ucsthnd W6ij 103
Traders, '"J 10s
SHE DtrOMT AND TRUST CO"S.
Xat ."ate Deposit A Iruat IS 133
Wash Loan .t Trust 130 123
AmSeenrtty A Trust 133 Hi
Washinirton and Georgetown .... 170 -
3tetropo!Uan 100 103
Columbia. ...... 31
Kcklneton. ..., .... CO
Oeorsetown and Tenallytown... .. .... ......
elAS AND ELKC UGUT3TOCC
WajldnetonCas... -. 17 49
Georgetown Gai .. 47 ......
C. as. Llcetrie Uclit 135 140
Firemen s.... ............... ......... Ti ......
Franklin. 40 ......
f Corcoran 50
Potomac... ............. ............ 13 .....
Arlington .... 110
Carman American 1M) ......
Xational Union. ....... .............. .... ......
Columbia - 1- 13i
itlfps '.yi bi
Teopla'a e; CW
Lincoln 'H SH
CommerciaL. w 5H
TITLE INrKlNCB STOCKS.
Ileal Istate Title 107 lis
Columbia Title 7 8
Washington Title 8
District Title. 13
Chesapeake and Fotomsc:. ......... "53 CO
American Graphophone 3 3t
rneumatic Uun Carriage.. SO .33
Washington,1", arket ,
Great iralls lee ......... .......
Bull ltun l'anorama
Xor. t Wash. Steamboat ,
Lincoln Hall. ..................
Merganlbaler Lh-otypo...... . ,
nUCOKD 0I THI5 C0UKTS.
Circuit Court, Xo. 1. Justice Bradley.
Danenhowcr ss. l'hillips and others; ver
dict for defendants. Supplce vs. Washing
ton Beneficial Endowment Association:
judgment by default. Central Xational
Hank vs. JIclzorott;iio. Orme vs. Belt
Itailw.ir Company; onlercd on stet calen
dar. 1'ns.suvant A Co. Vb. Sbuster; judg
ment by delau't.
Circuit Court. Xo. 1 Justice MtComas.
Arabin vs. Stohlmnn; judgment on verdlit
for di'fendant. Washington Brick Com
pany vs. (Srant awl others: judgment by
derault. Traders Xational Bank vs Wal
ter: ordcr for withdrawal of notes upon
Eeiuity Court, Xo. 1 Chief Justice Bing
ham. Mitchell vs. Pierce; auditor's re
port c-onflrniesl. lingers vs. Saddler;
Frank It. Williams appointed guardian
nil lltt-m. Tod s. American Security and
Trust Company, specifier performance ele
creeel. Fry vs. Adrians; demurrer over
ruled, with Ic.-ne to file answer. Harri
son vs. Uoltziiinn; reference to nuilltur
ordereil. Buyers vs. Jones; pro coufesso
against certain defendants granted.
Eeiuity Court. Xu. 2 Justice llatnero
Sperry vs. Coulehan: order on dcrcuilnnts
to close testimony by Xove-mlier 12. Hyde
vs. Klcgs; onler of reference to auditor.
rrobale Court. l'roesxslltigs in estates
have lvn Tecorded as follows: LVtutc of
Anna Krr Tliiinipiin;(ssliillnartl proved.
Estate of Allen Jmiuas: as-cut of M.i J.
Walker filed. Estate or Sydney V. Mile h
etl: nsient. of Srilnpv lir-lif.ll fit.t IV
tate of Henry C". T. Se'inken; inventory of'
personal vsuiee-, 90.1, 1-0. ii:: moiiev auei
ilebts. S17.708.24. Estate of Michael
O'Connor: will partly proved. Estate of
William T. Okie; inventory of personal
A "scoott" 1a uikws imbltxbdl ox.
cltiKlsfly in one livelier. Tlio Times
deuli. lurgely In "ncooii!"
g Do your
J! FRESH BEEF.
If CHOICE STOCK.
Round Steak. 7c
Porterhouse '. 10c
Fresh Pork, per lb. So
3 lbs pure Lard for 25c
Good Lard ..." 6c
Large Sweet Potatoes,
Irish Potatoes, 47c per
4 quarts new beans for
10 lbs. Buckwheat for
10 lbs. Rolled Oats for
3 pkgs. "Friends Oats"
6 lbs, new Rice for 25c
7 qts. Homin3- for... 25c
5 pkg;s.Corn Starch for
4 pkgs. Maccaroni for
STORES-412 4th St. S.E; Cor. SI
and Md. Are. X.K; lf7tb. St X E;
M04 7th at X. W.; Cor. Washington
and 3Ionroe Sts, Anacostla. Tele
phone. rite. CalL
This week zee
arc showing ona
of the best lines
we have ever
in all shades
and all weights.
We give you
a most stylish
looking g'a r
went, as every
3 detail of the
making is carefully and closely
To order from $18 lo $40.
Silk, Satin, or Wool Linings.
615 and 617 Perm. Ave.
and others whose occupaUons prevent
them from making deposits during
regular banking hours will f lod It coo-1
venlent to visit the .'
Union Savings Bank. 1222 FSt.N.W."
which Is open EVEKiT SAltr.f.ir
(Four per cent, interest on savins '
Owners of Land
hO(Jslr to butM a Lorn
for themselTes can obtain tbo
necessary money of thUcoTupanj.
Money to loan in anras to suit on
real estate, stock, bonds, shares
& TRUST CO., 1405 G ST.
C. J. BELL, President. -
Boxes for Rent
Why not avoid the dangers in.
- cident to keeping seturilies, im-
- portnnt paiiersiend valuables abous
- the house, by renting one of our
- safe deposit boxes within our firo
- and burglar-proof vaults? The
- rental for boxes is from N't lo Ssio
- per year, .according to size and lo-
- cation, and are readily atce.-siblH
- daily during business hours and
- only to renters. .
-JOHN JOY ED30X. . . Ticsident
- JOHN A. SWOPE . . .Vice I'resTdent
- H.S.CUMMIXGS. .2dVicerresIdent
-JOHN It. CARMODr . . .Treasurer
ANDHEW TAItKEH . . Becrctary
Loan & Trust Co.
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