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THE MORSTING- TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER
U'd near 1L
A big of
fer for the
lar $3 All
that a large
to sell at
day. Wednesday and Thurs
day at $1.75. Fridaj- morn
ing the price goes back to
its usual figure.
Same Chair lu white enamel and
pnM. bine enamel n'i'1 gold or pink
enamel and gold If y.u prefer
'I aut to be the Jeweler
who comes unto our
All this week. Solid Silver
ware will be greatly reduced
in prices. An endless vari
ety of Nic-nacs is here for.
j-our selection, and the
prices will charm yon almost
as much as the beaut' of the
of the stock.
It's worth your while to
know that you can select
Christmas Gifts now, and,
by a small paj-ment, have
them reserved for you.
My watch repairing- de
partment solicits 3'our work
'twill be done well.
Open every evening-.
. . Davison,
1105 F Street Northwest.
' Do j'ou know that elec
tricity is acheaper, bet
ter, safer, and more re
liable power than
steam? It makes a bet
terlight, too better for
stores, better for offices.
it -s as farahesil of gas as the
modem electric locomotlro Is
nheauof the "idstngo cencu We
fiirr-lsh iwser ouly Telephone
ui to turn it on.
U. S. electric Lighting- Co..
213 14th Street 'Phone 77.
Why Be Bald
When It Is Easily Curable?
No matter vhst Is the cause, vrholber sick
ness, worry or S33ipui3onse,tho
SEMMES' ELEUTBIC HAIE
can re"crj yoar hnlr It Is
guaranteed you can get your
money iiacc It It tails to enro.
Sold at Ml drug stores, SI
Treatuiont for all sjalpdlv
eason at my parlors adrico
Dr. J. SEMMES,
704 1lth st. .V. tV.
rstabllshed July, 1ST9. :
Wouldn't they look better
for a wash? The chirm of
lace curtains lies In their
snowy whiteness. We
launder a great many, and
we never hear comp'laints
about our work.
TOLfitAH STEAM LAUNDRY,
Sixth and C Sts. N.W.
SHOT PAPA IN- TIIC EYE.
An Klcseii-yenrsild's rerforinanco
When IIu Saw .Mamma Hcnten.
.Norlii Adams, Mass., Nov. 1 1. Two cases
or accidental shooting took place tills room
ing in this vicinity. Trank IV. Card of
Hawfc6villc was beaUng his wife when
their clcven-jcar-old boy, Herbert, picked
up a little 2-caliber pistol nnd threatened
to shoot his father. The latter lea his
wife and tclJcd the pistol, which ex
ploded, the bullet entering his eye and
lodging near the brain. Card will lose
his eye and his condition is dangerous.
Willie Richards, the sixteen- ear-old son
oral- innda f armcr, heard a nolte in the hen
house early this morning. He wnt out,
taking his revolver with him. When he
reached tbchcnnouse.hc saw a skunk raid
ing the roost. IIecmittIedlil.sr,i-nit-.-i.r.
the animal and went back to the house
and laid the pistol oa a sl.eir.
His younger brother picked up the pis
tol and re-loaded It, without telling any one.
A little later their sister, Delia, came down
to breakfast and Willie, elated over killing
the polecat, described the occurrence to his
sister. During his recital he picked up the
revolver and to emphasize his remarks,
snapped the weapon. It went ort and the
32-calibcr bullet entered the girl's neck
Just over the collar bone. She Is not ex
pected to live.
Colored Infant Found.
A colored Infant, only a few, days old.
was 'found In Freeman's alley, about 0:30
last night, by Annie Jackson. The Infant
was taken to Bt. Ann's Asylum.
Drs.. Shade and McConncll, lung, throat,
and catarrh snerJnllnra. i"rt E-nnwann,Y,
treet. Hours: 9 to 11 a. m.; 1 to 8 J
and 4 to 6 p. m., dally, except Swidar. 1
1 I t S 3 1 I
HARRITY UH1S IBM
Democratic Chairman Repudi
ates Sundry insinuations.
HELPED NO ONE CANDIDATE
Labored Earnestly nnd Faithfully", no
Says, fur Every Man On tlio Ticket
utidAludcNii Distinct Ion On Account
ot Itaoo or Religion Koor Ilelnro
Jtt-eii Charged with Disloyalty.
Philadelphia, Nov. 11. Ex-Secretary
of the Conimoiiuealth and Chairman or the
Democratic National Committee W. 1".
liarrity, when tiwkcu to today concerning
tin' rumor tliat he bad helped to direct
or load a movement In l'lihademliia and
c-Iscwhere la Pennsylvania by liiuiCatho
Ikb and members of Irish societies voted
for Hon. r. I, Smith only for fcuptrior
court judge, ttiui culling down the total
vote or Judge fcinlth'a colleagues upon
the Democratic lici.c-1 by several thousands,
Mr. Ilamty rt plied, with some wnrniih:
"Theslaiciueui. that I niued Judge .Smith
or auy or the Democratic canuluuies lor
the superior coda, to Hie prejudice of any
of the other canuidalcs, is absolutely and
unqualifiedly false. I never urged, ad
vlvd, .suggested nr intimated to am- t-er-
sou whatsoever, either directly or indirectly,
that Democrats iuulridually or collectively
should especially aid auy cautlidate upon
the ticket; on the contrary I urged the
propriety nod wisdom of Democrats sup
porting the whole and entire Democratic
"I challenge successful contradiction
of ray statement ami declare that It ""Is
not within the power ol any living mall ti
produce a single scintilla of evidence in
contradiction of it. 1 particularly chal
lenge those newspapers which have in
vented or given circulation to the veno
mous falsehood; and especially those in
whose columns there has never appeared
a single word condemnation, or disap
proval of the organization? or individuals
whose opposition to poliUcal candidates
has been avowedly based upon race pre
judice and religious bigotry."
ACCUSED BY INSINUATION.
"The Democratic party in Pennsylvania,
and in Philadelphia, has been in the Ii.ibit
of uuniinjli lg candidate who were -worthy
of the support ot every Democrat, and I
have always cheerfully voted for nnd sup
ported thcui. This car the Democratic
.Slate ticket was made up of gentlemen of
unexceptionable character and ability, and
every one of tbt-m was entitled to the volo
of every Democrat.
"1 have been the .subject of a good deal
of severe criticism and abuse, but I have,
never been charged with party disloyally
until now, -when It Is done rather by
inuendo and insinuation and by those who
think that under the present circumstances
Uiey can successfully appeal to race and
religious prejudice. I have no fear that
their falsehoods will be believed by those,
who know me. but reel that I should Mate
the tr.ith for the information of those who
TWO 7.VT15lti..ii.Nt, I.ncrrjUES.
Carroll Wright Talks nt McMuhou
Hull nnd 1'rof. Dae U ut Columbian.
lion. Carroll D. Wright. United Stales
Commissioner of Labor, delivered the sec
ond or Ids course or ccoi-omlc lectures at
Mcil.thon Hall jesterday arternoon. A
large audience greetd Mr. Wright and fol
low ed his remarks Tvllhcloe attention.
The subject was the use and nlue ot
statistics, a theme on which Mr. Wright la
a recognized authority According to the
inductive method or ethics In relation to
labor, II Is absolutely r.ecesvtry to have
a historically correct foundation, and to
oblnin this end the eximneul. of labor
must necessarily produce Malisllr.
In a most interrKing way on the general
principle of statistics how to tell the faUe
from the true, and how to compile these
huge mountains of knowledge into a port
Next Monday, at the same hour, the
commissioner will deliver another lecture,
going into particular statistic, or the
rscts that relate to the cause under minute
Another interesting lectnrp on the ethical
question of society was delivered at the
Columbian today by Prof. I.cc Davis Lodge,
hcrore the ixdilieal philosophy c"ass. Ilis
subject dwel tmore closely on the con
ception of the Mate in the middle npas.
Care was taken to show the early and the
later Christian view ot the Inter-relation
ot church and Stale.
JAPAN AV1I.T, KVACDATE.
Idno Tunc I'ciilnsnla Will Ho Con
ceded for n Consideration.
The State Department is Informed that
the Japanese minister lias received a cable
gram irom Ins government staling that a
convenuou had Leen signed at Peking for
the payment ot additional iiiiKnuiity for
the evacuation by Japan of the Liao Tung
Peninsula. The amount ot the indemnity
is 300.000,000 mils and its payment U to
lie made on November 1C.
It Is imiic-rsUMoi me evacuation will take
p'acc on January 1 next. The treaty was
negotiated by the .Japanese minister at
Peking, Mr. Hajashi. and the Tsuug LI
Yamen, the latter being the Emperor's
council. It is i.ot unlikely that Li Hung
Chang, who represented China in the
preparation of the treaty of peace at
Bnlmonnsekl last i-pring, was consulted
with respect to the treaty. Inasmuch as he
has been at Peking during tho major
part of the period while negotiations were
Full details of the supplemental treaty
have not yet been received here. It is
eloubtcd, however, whether the Chinese
government, as asserted In some dispatches,
has pledged itself not to cede the peninsula
to any other nation. It Is pointed out by
well posted diplomats that Japan is not
lu a position to demand this concession.
nx ltorjTn to atlanTa.
T.cimueof Presenilis PAM-csThrnnjih
On u Special.
Nine!" me members or the International
League of Press Clubs, representing news
papera in New 1'ork, Ilostun, buffalo, Har
risiairg. Philadelphia, and Pittsburg, on
a special .Pullman, made up at Philadel
phia, arrived in Washington at 10:50 last
night and left half an hour later.
The party is en route to the Atlanta Ex
position. Ralph Bingham, the "boy ora
tor," who la the "funny" man of the lorty,
afforded considerabloamnsrment in a siieccli
which he made at Baltimore.
The Press Club will hold its annual con
vention at Atlanta, and will be received
by the Governor ot Georgia and the Gate
City Board of Trade. They will return
over the Southern Railway next Sunday.
riille-d tho Flro Hox for Fun.
Two men pulled the fire liox at Tittcenth
and G streets at 1.41 o'clock this niornlng.
After turning In the alarm they ran away.
, Nov. 11 The ionrnev-
men plumbers a"lI Ks and etcam fitters
of Pittsburg and Allegheny struck this
morning for the 10 per tent, reduction
they accepted in February, 1SD4. The
master plumbers will meet tomorrow and
there nre prospects of a settlement ot some
To Save Car Faro. "
Tho Times has arranged the fol
lovvlnc; branch offices, where want
advertisements can be left at any
time, and will recelvo tho same
prompt attention us It left at tho
Frank .Smith, 4th und G Rts.iur.
31. McNulty, 1330 14th st. nvv.
A. U. JlcCIoslscy. 1U1U 7th nt. nw.
H. HoKcs 2153 Pa. nvo. nw.
JOftcph Linden, 400 Bill st. me.
Jt-W. Johnson, 40 II st. no.
"W-, If. Mackay. 821 n st. ne.
3oU Pctlcn.it, GOO 7th st.vr.
ed as if a ' 'Kan
sas wind storm" had
struck it at the close of
But we've still com
plete sizes in all lots
we're well stocked for
this rush knew it
would come the first
3 cold day.'
WJcI, -11 ,. ,..
would look through our j
Overcoat Stock j
they're the nicest gar-
ments you ever saw for ,
the prices, and there tj
ain't one in the whole lot
that wouldn't cost you I
dollars more if we I
weren't manufacturers, j;
$9 to $35 means $10 $
to 5-45 elsewhere.
Warm Underireor, Hosiery1 and
GIotoa Qt most an j- price ou want
to par, am! all of om Just a lUtlft
bmter than you'll cot elaowbore for
Cor. 7th and E Sts. N. W.
No Branch Stora in Washington.
SAYED FROM THE HANGMAN
Will Purvis, Sentenced to Death,
Taken From Prison by Friends.
Had lb-en Ilanircd Once, but Hk:Nih.u
Untied and lit) Tell to the
rurvis. Miss., Nov. II. The Jail at this
place was broken open Iat night 'by' ti
mob and Will Purvis, the now thorougHIy
celebrated White-cap, was released. About
midnight a crowd of 100 or more men,
armed with Winchesters, rode boldly into
town nnd surrounded the court house and
JaiL A numlier of guards were on duty.
They were covered by guns and threatened
with death It they gave an alarm.
While the guards were held at bay by
a Hrlion or the mob, others broke In the
heavily barred dours and unlocked the cell
In which Purvis was conHm-d with keys
previously provided. How they got them
Is not known. Purvis Wai, rushed out and
into a Imggy that was In readiness and
which was driven out of town at a gallon.
The mob remained In lown to prevent any
one from following within two hours, when
they rode- rapidly away.
Will Purvis is for the n-cond time tihdcr
death sentence-. A year or more ago he J
was sentenced to hamr for the murder of a
white cap, who had told on the gang, am!
mounted the scaffold to nay the death
penalty before hundresls of people.' 'The '
trap was sprung nnd Purvis red heavily
to the ground unharmed, the rope having
him to hang again on Deccml,er 12, but
his friends and nelghlxirs and Ihen-e who
witnessed the former attempt to execute
Jinn have declared he should never die
ou the gallows. The hope is freely ex
pressed here that he will never lie re
captured. KNOCKED DOWN DY A ITAfiO.V.
Jnmc-M Oroen Perhaps Fatally In
jured by an Express Tntm,
.Taiiins Green, a colored man, about forty
yearsold, was run over by one of the Adams
Express Company wagons.dnvci by Thomas
Esper, about C a'clock last evening, av the
e-orner of Seventeenth street ami Pcnnsjl.
Green, who is lame, was limping along
the Avenue with the aid ot a cane, and
had Just Ktcpped from the curb when the
express wagon whirled around the corner
and knocked him down.
Dr. Johnson, ot the Emergency Hospital
staff, and a party of gentlemen from the
Columbia Athletic Club were pasRlng at
the time and witnessed the accident. Dr.
Johnson assisted the injured man to his
fcetand he was carried to Crlck'sdmg store
and an ambulance sent for.
Thedrlverottheexprcss wagon attempted
tei e-scape, but was detained by the crowd
that had assembled, and compelled to give
his name. A police officer could not lie
found or he would liave been taken into
custody. An Emergency ambulance, with
Or. rorlain; in ihargc. resiwndcd to the
calL and the man was removed to the
hospital iu an unconscious condition. Here
It was found that Green was seriously In
jured and suffering from concussion, al
though It was Impossible to say if thero
was a fracture.
Witnesses ot the accident say he was
struck in the side by the horse nnd thrown
violently to the pavement, striking his
head and shoulders against the curb, nud
tint it was a wonder he was not killed
Green lives at No. 208 Brooks' court,
between Third and Fourth and O and P
streets north west, and his family were noti
fied of the accident last night.
Fifty Dollar Hlaze.
A small fire occurred, about noon yester
day, at Nos. 1512 and 1511 Tenth street
northwest, causing $50 damage. The
flames were first seen Issuing from the rear
section ot No. 1512 and spread rapidly to
to tho adjoining house. An alarm was
turned In and No. 7 engine quickly re
sponded and extinguished the fire, the
cause of which Is not known.
Dented Use of tho -Mulls.
The Posl-Office Department has denied
the privilege of the mails to the Tampa
Debenture. Company, of Tampa, Fla., for
conducting a lottery, or similar cuter
prise. On College Duty.
A. Edwards, ot the First Cavalry, as pro
fessor of military science and" tactics, at
Glrard College, Philadelphia, Pa.
In exquisite taste and variety
at remarkably low prices.
1225 FSt. N. W.
DOWN if THEIR SHIP
Five Sailors of the Bark William
OTHER SEVEN WERE SAVED
Vessel Camo In Collision with tbo
Steamer Niagara nnd Was Cot In
Two Captain Also Sauk with tbo
Ship, but Cumc to the Surface Again
nnd Wun Picked Pp.
Nns.sau, Nov. 11. The Ward llnesteamer
Niagara, Capt. Crocker, from New Xork,
November C, for Cienfcegos, arrived here
She reports that on Friday morning, No-
ember 8, she ran down and Mink the
American bark, William Halts, Captain
Coombs, from Havana, October 27, for
Philadelphia, off Cape Hcnlopcn.
Capt. Coombs, 'the mate and five seamen
of the William Haled were saved, and five
men were lost.
BLEW IIKK FOG WHIBTLES.
Tlie collulon between the steamer
Niagara nnd the American bark William
Hales occurred lo latitude 38 north, longi
tude 74. l west.
The Niagara was steaming slowly and
blowing her fog whistles constantly. The
lookouts saw or heard nothing until they
were close uiku the bark.
Capt. Crocker and the second mate of
the Niagara were uiion the bridge. The
helm was put hard nport and the engines
reversed, but It was too Late. The Niagara
struck the hark amidships and cut deep
Into her. The bark sank in four minutes,
IKON MADE HEP. 8INK.
Four of the crew climbed on board the
Niagara while Ihe vessels were together.
Five men who were below were drowned.
The liark carried a cargo of Iron, which
caused her to sink before the men could
gel on deck.
They were Second Mate Coleman, Uey
unnl Iljrnes. the Meward; Frank Nevis
and I woothcrs whose namesnre not known.
Seven of the bark's crew were Laved.
LThey are Capt. Coombs, Kimmillec. Ihe
mate, and Seamen lioi'lar. Nellson, Dorian,
VIImiii nnd llonenduek.
Capt. Coombs sank with his vessel, but
roc to the surface and was picked tip.
He ami two others were picked up by
the Niagara's loat3. The Niagara is not
Injured. The survivors ot the William
Hales will go North tomorrow by the
steamer Sn ntlago.
-MOST AND I.I'CV I'AHSONS.
.More. Inflammatory Talk by Theo
Chicago, Nov. 11. To an audience of
two thousand svmpalhlzcr.s Iu the West
Twelfth Street' Turner HnlL Herr llct
and Lucy Parsons tonight recalled the
lids market riOtK,lc-iIcgiJci the cciat anar
chism and denounced the police.
Their language was kept trtni being too
In ria unliable, however, by -the presence of
ITCu hundred blue coats under the cam
lunnil of Ihitpl-ctor Shea, who occupied a
prominent place on ttie speakers' plat
Airs, parsonir was the first speaker nnd
he reriewed Tncil'rnls connected wiib the
Haj market mlilsiicre. Only once did the
approach ll.e carger lure wEcn tin s id
"I would' rather' to ten gucd )i the bot-tomln-s
pits of Uell tl an wa k the golden
6trets 'of 'Heaven Willi Cudge Gury." .,
"Iie-peelor tjhcpj Commanded her to cene
uttering such language When Herr Most
aropc he wns'grcelcd with great applause.
He said he had been instructed to not
mention unytlames. lie defied Insjicctor
Sht-i. saylng'thls-was a free country. The
inspector warned ihe'vlsitlng Anarchist to
The remainder of Most's speech was
lu German, and. although It at times
Uinlered Ihe hensationil. the Inspector did
not interfere. The speech was a repetition
hi the main of what Most ha3 repeatedly
ilO.VBV" THROWN- INTO A ftlTWEH.
'Ohio's Capital Defrauded Out of 4,
0t)t) bj-,11 Comt-Helor.
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 11. A special
committee or the city council appointed
lo Investigate charges of fraud In the con
struction of the West Bidesevver.reportrd to
the council tonight that the city had been
defrauded out of over 542,000 on the con
tract. Thecity paid for over half a million brick
for extra use In bad ground when in reality
only 1 5,000 were used. Thesteallng wa.s all
done In this way. over estimates being al
lowed lo an enormous amount.
The blame Is thrown upon Jared P.
Bliss, city director of public works, and
Josiah Klnr.ear, city engineer. The com
mutes: says thcscofficers miy have been de
is'Iveil by the contractor, lit whether It
was done wilfully or ignorantly it Is no
MCII. SATOLLI'S HKD nAT.
It Will lie Presented to Him by -Mctr.
Rome, Nov. 11. It is officially slated
at the Vatican that the successor of JIgr.
PatoIII. the iiapal delegate to the United
States, will not be nominated immediately,
for the reason that Mgr. Satolli will re
main in the Culled States until after the
consistory that will beheld i.ext jear.
JIgr. Lorcnzelll, nt present internut,rio at
The Hague, Is regarded as Iwlng rnost
likelv to be appointed successor to Mgr.
The Osservatore Romano announces that
Sliarctti will fulfill the functions of papal
ablegate iu presenting to Mgr. Fatolli the
cardinal's bentta and other Insignia in
behalf of the Pope.
JUSK IN COAL. PHICES.
Combination of Soft Coal Operators
In Several States.
New York, Nov. 11. Coal men In this
city confirm the report from Philadelphia
ot a closely approaching completion of a
combination on the tonnage baAis of prac
tlcallv all the soft coal operators of Central
and Western Pennsylvania.
It is thought that possibly the combina
tion wll lbcfollowed by an lnlerstateagree
ment, to include Indiana. .Ohio, Illinois,
Pennsylvania nnd West Virginia.
A scarcity of bituminous cot! Is reported
from nearly 'alt the districts, with a strong
advance market- The Pennsylvania dis
trict has hitherto been regarded by the
operators as1 the main disturbing clement
in the coal situation.
RODE THEM ON A BAIL.
Slormon Preachers Itoughly Treated
in a Kentucky Town.
Ashland, Ky.,Nov.ll. SJaskedmcnbroke
up a Mormon meeting at White Post, Pike
county, la6t night by taking tl.e two ciders
who had previously been warned not to at
tempt to preach their doctrine in that
section and rode them on rails a distance
of nearly a mile to the West "Virginia side
of Tug river.
They were released there without injury,
but were warned not to rehirn upon penalty
of a coat ot tar and feathers and a dressing
down with a horse' whip.
JOHN PAINE'S CRIME.
Criminally Assaulted a Widow of
TJnlonlown, Pa., Nov. 11. John balne,
colored, was arrested yesterday and Is now
In Jail here on the charge of committing a
criminal assault upon Mrs. Mary J. Nichols,
a widow, sixty years old, at her homo
near this city.
The crime was committed early last week,
but Mrs. Nichols was unable until Saturday
to come to town to make information and
when she did make a statement the matter
was kept quiet In order that Paine might
be arrested and placed la Eafe confine-
meat and It Is probable that be might have receipts and the expenditures will be re
been lynched by; the neighbors pf Mrs. duced by the budget committee, leaving
Nlchob ' - a nominal surplus of 667,000 francs.
A HATTER OH THE CASE.
V-ood Hatters I They're all
nwuu it. o wiid naio hiiai 9
whoro tho trouble Is."
Theso Hats for $2.40
Rood as good as skill
Judgment can make them.
As cood as you'll sea for
" S3.00 anywhere.
Franc & Son,
Corner 7th and D.
HER DEATH AH ACCIDENT
Jury Finds No One to Elams for
Nettie Thompson's End.
itecouiinondittion That LlgbtK and
Guard Hulls Ho Put On the Ilrldiro
for Protection of PedcstHuim.
Coroner C. M. Hammctt and a Jury com
posed of Messrs. F. II. Whitemorc. John
P. Lucas, James E. Cemlck, Allied T.
Monroe. Uunon Vernon, and John R.
Thomas, held an ln(,ucsiat the Fouith pre
cinct station house yesterday alteration, to
determine the manner in which Nettle May
Cummings, or Thompson, thejoung woman
whose body was taken from the Jamea
Crisjk canal, shortly alter 12 o'clock Sun
day morning, came to her death. Alter au
examination, which lasted about an hour
and a hnlf, they returned a -verdict of ac
cidentaldeath bj oiowning.and exonerated
every one connected with Ihe aifalr.
George Chapman, a colored railroad em
ploye, living on Firsisireet southeast, was
tlie first witness. He was walking across
the bridge aLout quarter patt 11. o'clock.
He heard some onesay "Oh, Nettie, why did
vou do it?" and looking down saw a man
standing ou the bank of tLe canal and a
black object Heating in the water.
"What's the matter down there?" he
"tut God's sale come down and help
me," came the response. "Nettie Is
Witness re-plied tliat he could not swim,
and ran off, returning shortly afterwards
with Policeman Barnie. In a few minutes
John F.Dugan,theMilonkecier, responded
to the man's cries for help and Ihe body
as gotten ashore.
IT. L. .GIh ii brook, the deputy coroner,,
then gave evidence as to Ihe condition
of the body when be examined it. There
were no indications of violence.
Maggie U. Thompson, mother of the de
ceased, bald her daughter left the house
about 6 o'clock .Saturday evening, haying
she was going to meet young Martin, who
was looked upon by the family as her
acce-pted lover. She was not seen again
until her dead body was. brought to the
house, about six hours later.
Herman J. Martin, the young printer,
who was with the girl up to a few minutes
before her death, stated that according to
arrangement Nettie met him at his office.
No. 407 Seventh street northwest, where
he, with a friend, was awaiting her. He
gave her a iuartcr and told her to go to
his house and se his siste-r. while ho ami
his friend got shnved. She went out and
he and his friend followed in a few min
utes. They had sercral glasses of beer
during the lrfrval that elapsed before she
He ami Nettle then visited several pkices
and drank a quantity of beer, starting for
home about 12 o'ebek. When they reached
the bridge Nettle told bim that he would
have to stay at the house the rest of the
night and asked hint to go Kick to Dugan's
saloon and get a bottle of whisky.
Hcbtarled back and hadgottenabout 150
feet awav when he heard her call, "Good -by,
Herm." He thought she was Joking, but ran
back, calling to her. She was finally located
In the water and was brought ashore by
During his testimony the witness broke
down several times.
The Jury remained out about half an hour
and returned a verdict completely ex
onerating yo'inc Martin, and holding that
the girl came to her death by accidental
drowning. They also strongly recom
mended that lights and guard rails lie
provided for the protection of people
crowding the bridge at night.
Arrangements have not' yet been com
pleted for the funeral.
CUBAN PATHIOTS FIGHTING
Forty Gun- Cnptnred from a Van
(liilshcd .Spanish Garrison.
Santiago de Cuba, Nov. 1 Via Key
West, Fla.. Nov. 11. Nothing imiwrlant
has occurred in this district within the
last few ilay except the serious wounding
a battalion of guerrillas. He was .hot a
few dav ago in an encounter with a
portion of Uie forces of Jose Maceo while
ATace-o was on his way to Sabana del
Medio, the present seat of the relicl gov
ernment. Tcjcda foughl on the Spanish side during
all of the ten year' war and has done the
same i-'nce the beginning ot the present
The only Important rebel force in this
jurisdiction at present Is that or Jose
Maceo, and it Is subdivided into different
parlies. Only slight skirmishes have
occurred near here. On October 28, 150
rebels attacked the garriion at the village
of Santo Filomena, in Arroyo Bianco,
fifteen miles from this city.
The garrison was composed of eighty
soldiers, under a sub-lieutenant. The
Insurgents killed nine soldiers and wounded
thirty and captured forty guns and &ome
KILLED HIS SISTER.
Bloom field Lnd Was Playing with a
New Bloomfield. Pn Nov. 11. William
Fager and his wife, of Lebo, left their home
yesterday in the charge of the children,
while they went to visit relatives. Bojd,
aged fourteen, got his father's shotgun nnd
was playing with it In Uie yard.
Dolly, his little sister, opene-d the door
Jnst as the gun was discharged. The girl
fell dead, the load having lorn away the
upper part of hi-r head. Tlie remainder of
the shot flew Into the kitchen and seriously
wounded Catherine, another sister, aged
EX-SENATOR TnURMAN'S STATE.
His Son PostiKinc. a Journey On Ac
count ot It.
Columbus, O., Nov.ll. Ou the advlceof
Dr. Whlttaker, cx-SenatorThurman's physl
can, Allen W. Tburnian postponed a busi
ness trip that would takelnm away from the
city for a few days.
The latter said to-day that he did not
think his father would ever leave bis bed
again, but he believes he will live weeks
and perhaps months yet.
French Deficit Budcet.
Paris, Nov. 11. M. Cochery's report
-on the budget shows that the deficit In
1892 was 9,000,000 francs; in 1893, 84,
000,000, and In 189421,000.000. The
deficit In 1895, 'as far as calcuable is
likely to also amuunt to 21,000,000 francs.
The expenditures increase at the rate of
C0.000.000 francs jeaTly. Both the
EXPRESS OFFICE ROBBED.
Wells, Fargo & Co. Lose $20,000
by the Job.
Colorado Springs, Col., Nov. 11 11:45
p. m. The Wells Targo express office v:m
held up at 11 p. in. It is reported that
the loss In $20,000.
Two men entered the express car, which
was In one of the depots, and held up tho
messenger. They covered him with re
volvers, and he promptly obeyed.
The men acled like professionals. One
guarded the messenger while the other
opened the box.
After securing the plunder they fled and
a posse Is out.
JUDGE AGAIN DOES NOT YIELD.
insists That the Poilurd -Murderers
ShiiH iU Drought Heforo Him.
Riciuiiond, Va, Nov. 11 Judge George
C. Orgaln, of the county court of Lunen
burg, has not wavered In his purpose to
have the alleged Pollard murderers
brought liefore iiim and yesterday ordered
Sherirf M. C. Cardoza to return (o Rich
mond last night and bring all four of them
before him, together Willi the City Sergeant
Charles S. Epps, who la to (.how cause
why he fcbouid not be punishes! for con
tempt. Sheriff Cardoza arrived at the court
house Sunday lugtil, having demanded his
prisoners or eergl. Jpps and been re
fused. He rcporte-d to Judge Orgain im
mediately upon his arrival, but his honor
had been previously Informed or the ex
ecutive act by Mr. Carter Johnson, the
Governor's special messenger, and had
written a reply to the Governor's letter
positively declining lo rescind his order
that the prisoners be brought licforo him.
Sheriff Cardoza Is expected here in the
moruiug. In the meantime Judge Wellford
of the city circuit court has granted the
prisoners a writ of habeas corpus, returnable
HOT1I NOTES WEHE FOIICED.
Uiiltlinore Dank Badly Victimized by
Some Smart Swindlers.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 11. Two forged
notes, puriiorting to Le drawn by the firm
of Savage, Deve-ridge & Co. and J. G.
Tlnsley & Co., respe-ctlvely. both or Ibis
city, in favor of the E. F. Kir wan Manu
facturing Company or Baltimore, and hear-
lng what appeared to b ea fac simile of the
indorsement of the last named firm, were
recelvesl at the Merchants' National
Bank last Saturday.
Both notes had been negotiated through a
Baltimore hanlr. tho nana, of wliC-h nll
I not be learned today. That drawn against
aavage Keverldge & Co. was for 51,375;
bore the date ot August 15, 1805. and was
made payable four months after date.- Tho
note against J. G. Tinslcy A Co. was for
$1,300; was dated August 20, and made
payable on December 23.
As soon as the notes were received by the
Merchants' Bank the two firms werecom
muuicatcd with and both notes were pro
The Merchants' National Rink returned
Ihe notes to the Baltimore Bint last Satur
day, but nothing as yet has been learned
of the action tsken by that institution
D UN II A V UN AVILL,
SlM-clnl Sleeting; of the New
Yacht Club to Be Held.
New York, Nov. 11. All doubt as to the
course which the New York Yacht Club
wUl inirsue In relation to the Earl of Dun
raven's charges against the Defender syndi
cate was removed tonight when the follow
ing notice was posted on the club house
"A special meeting of the club will be
att p. in., to consider the statement made
by the Earl of Dunraven in reference to
the late America's cup race.'
CInb members were reticent and would J
say nothing One member went so far as ,
to..fa5' ,, , . . '
"Come on Monday and you may hear,
Dunraven's audncious charges of foul
play on the part of the Defender's syndicate
couttnucd to tier discussed hi chiband busi
ness circles today and continued lo be
severely criticizes! Every memlier of the
New York YachtClubfe-els that lie has been
Srossl? InMiltcd, and the-re seems to he
'no doubt that Dunraven will be expelled in
disgrace from the club
ELECTION. OFFICE Its EJECTED.
Philadelphia Judge and Inspector Ac
cused of Fraud.
Philadelphia, Nov. 11. Oh the charge
of making fraudulent return of votes east
at theelectlonlastTueijlay, Robert Hughes,
the Judge, and Charles MeConnell, an
Inspector In the Twelfth division of the
Fourth Ward, were arrested today and
held lo $1,000 ball each for a hearing
The arrests were the result of Invcstl
gaUons made by Judges Arnold, Gordon
and Sulzberger of Uie common pleas court.
who comprise the returning board.
Thirteen other election officers in va
rious sections of tlie city were arrcsteil
tonight and warrants are out for seven
more. The men arrested are both Re
upbllcan sand Democrats.
BANQUET TO CYCLISTS.
Harry Palmer Says .It Will
Whi-ellnir In tho Sonth.
Is helping R. Lindsay Coleman In the matter
ot arrangements for the latter's big ban
quet to cyclists In Atlanta, on the evening
ot the 30th instant, is in town for a short
stay preparatory to going South again.
tl Is iult ehkely that a programme of
races may be arranged for Ihe afternoon of
the 30th last., in which case a day's sport
may be planned for Savannah, to La I. e place
on the Monday following. The latter meet,
ir It takes place, may tie arranged by "Sen
ator" Morgan, who Is nwo in Allanta.
The exhibit of bikes at the Cotton States
Exposition is the finest eve-r seen south of
Mason and Dixon's line.
TEXAS BAD MAN KILLED.
Richmond Yothc-rMeets Ills End from
n Sheriff's Posse.
Dallas, Tex Nov.ll Richmond Yother,
a desperado of North Texas, and Indian
Territory, -was killed last night In Collin
county by a sherhTs posse.
Four men surprised Yother and had
two shotguns, a Winchester, and a six
shooter levelled on lilm before he knew
of their presence.
He sprang toward a table to reach his
pistol, but was riddled with buckshot and
Yother was driven out of Texas three
years ago and last spring returned from
Cherokee county. Ga.
CRIME OF A TEN-YEAn-OLD.
Deliberately Shot Ills Sister In
Crosby, Tcnn., Nov. 11. A ten-year-old
son of Farmer George Denus deliberately
shot his flftccn-ycar-old sisu-r through the
bead last night, killing her.
Recently while the boy was sick he nskcil
his sister to give him someUdng to cit, but
she refused, having Instructions from the
attending physician not to give him food
except as directed. The boy grew angry
and told her If she did not feed him ha
would kill her when lie got well.
Failed to Recover Its Bond.
Chattanooga, Tcnn., Nov. 11. In the
chancery court today the Fidelity and
Casualty Company failed In Its effort to
recover apriiportionatepartof $15,722, the
amount paid by It as surety on the bond of
AI. J. O'Brien, defaulting tn-asurcr of
the Catholic Knights of America, under
decree of the Federal court. The plaintiff
attached a deed ot trust under which
O'Brien's property was sold to two of hLs
local liondsmcn for $20,000. to which tho
purchasing bondsmen added $5,000, and
paid the total over to the Catholic Knights.
W.D. Clark & Co.
81 1 Market Space.
It will charru you to we what wehave got
ten together in new thlngsfor women's win
ter wear. Along with the wonderof beautiful
things comes the surprise of extremely
All the new weaves are represented.
Come and see the beautiful effects we are
showing. Nov arrival or Houcle Suitings.
44-in. Houcle, all colorings .....75c. per yard
52-in. lioucle, all culurtngs, $2
48-ln. Imported Cotelc, all col
ors, $1.50 value $1.25 per yard
No imitation linen irntida nLmllnn f-rwT
oomu. ucmmn I'amasic .. .. iuc
70-in. German Damask 75c
08-ln. Scotch iunua: $1.00
72-in. Scotch Damask, special worth
5-H Napkins at $1.00, $1.25- $1.50,
$2.00 and $2.50 perdoz.
,?; ."''ai'kins at S1.G5. $1.75, $2.00,
$3.00 and $3.76. Special values.
We have secured se-veral bargains la
Silks, which we shall offer lo our patrons
at men prices that cannot be duplicated.
20-ln. Black Armure. Worth $1 70
22-ln. Black Faille. Worth $1.25 51
19-ln. Black Duchess. Worth Si 83o
21-in Black Duchess. Worth $1.25.. OOo
Satin striiie Fancies. Worth $1 76o
l- in. isiack Moire Antique, worth
$1.60 7. $1.13
24-in. Quilted Hatlns. Were $1 40o
20-ln. Colored Failles, only two colors
Cold weather Is upon us. Get your Un
derwear nod avoid a cold. Medium weights
and heavy weights, full fashioned and must
Ask to ee our popular-price garments
for men's and women's wear.
JACKET'S. COATS AND
Exquisite styles in largest variety and
lowest prices. We are leaders and can sup
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see our special vaalucs In rough effects.
W. D. Clark & Co.
81 1 Market Space.
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J good laundry
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p more easily in the
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arc caretul and
use no injurious
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I Telephone 1013.
DELEGATES ARE ARRIVING
Knights of Labor Convention
Begins Work This Morning.
Mttiiy Questions of Vitnl Importance
to the Order "Will Ho
The twenty fifth International assembly
of Knights of Labor will convene this
ami a-half street and Pe-nnsylvaida avenue.
at 10 u'c,oc ".ji.uu.iii:ju,
Nearly all Ihe delegates have already ar
rived and are at the Hotel Vendome
Among the latest arrivals are Martin O.
Segers, master workman, bt. Louis, Mo.;
Anthony Schonfllden and Horace J. Parks,
of the Building Trades, New York; W S.
Vaudcrbarg, Oregon; W. L. Brown, master
workman. New York citj: Leo Sen warts.
i New York, aud A. Phillips. Philadelphia.
I The advance working committees, on
I law, finance and credentials, were hard at
. work all yesterday preparing their re
i ports for the opening session this morning.
iiuriDg n:e present set-sion many matters
of vital importance to the organization
will tome up for consideration. Among;
these will be a proposition to change lb
method of collecting the per capita tax.
At present all taxeare paid by the various
loads direct to Ihe general office.
The cliange proposes! will place the
collection of the per capita tax In tha
bands of the District Assembly to which
the locals lielong.
The next proposed change is an Increase
In the charge for all new charters, seals,
and In fact everything pertaining to tho
formation of new organizations.
AnoUicr Important measure which will
be Introduced is one providing for mem
bership of individuals in small towns and
the rural districts where there are no
The convention wiU also make an em
phatic denial of the rumor that the as
sembly at New Orleans, La., had admitted
barkeepers and bartenders to membership.
There arecae-s where membersor the K.
of L. find it cecesKiry to accept tempor
arily positions as waiters and bartenders
In saloons, but that Is an.
FAMOUS FOR ITS PRODUCT.
Stony Ford Trottlucr Stud to Be DIs
liandcsl. New York, Nov. 11. It will cause sur
prise and regret among trotting horsemen
to leam that the time honored Stony Ford
trotting stud is to be disbanded.
Charles Backman, its founder and owner,
ha6 besiioken a place for the first Install
ment of eighty head. In Ihe sale to be held
by Peter C. Kcllrgg and Company, at ATadl
sou Square Garden, the first week In De
cember. The remainder of the horses will be sold
a few weeks later and this famous breed
ing stud will have become a thing of tha
Few trotting studs have left as marked
an impression upon the stock of the country
Its famous bands r brood, mares by
American Star, narry Clay, and IlambJe
tonian were the envy of all other breeding
establishments during the latter sixties
ami the earlier eighties.
Probably Its most famous brood mart
was Green Mountain Maid, and Its greatest
horse, her son, Elee-tioneer. The lattet
established the success or the great Pal
Alto stnd In California.
But hundreds ot other horses bred al
Stony Ford have added to the trottlns
wealth of the country.
Killed at a "Wedding.
Mount Pleasant. Pa.. Nov. 11. Joseph
Hardsick, a Pole, who worked at tha
Alice mines, was shot and instantly killed
thlscvcnlng at Jlorewood. A wedding tc nk
place Saturday night and Slavs and Polej
kep tup the festivities until the shoot! g
occurred. Martin Borza, a Slav, who had
quarreled with Hardsick. was arrested, bU
has not yet lieen Identified.
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