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THE MOltNXNG- TJMESr JytJESDAT, JULY 6, 1897.
try the bill and its "working for a reason j
able time before providing In its ciouug ,
fccctlons lor a. commission to overhaul it?" '
Mr Morgan opposed the propowd com-
iriistion ou the ground Unit Congress baa
no power to delegate H dutieb or re
sponslbllltles to any ottier commission
01 set of men. Neither can Congress ic
cijleits orders or inbtructions from any
tarifr commission tUat can be prouded
Mr Mayai. went into a long explanation
nf lnw tl.i- bill nrw about to be paeii, 'a
bill of d'visiui. and dlsviibuiioii.'liiid own j
prepared ty ilie last House Commute on
Waysatid Cleans; bad been passed by Uie
prewect House without auy cboice but U)
take it at a whole, ana'liau then tieai
reported to the Senate with 700 amend
ainw, which increased tbe burdens of the
taxpayers, Jo1 as the Senators, inJuaing
tils friend from Louisiana, wan.eu Uieui
IncreuK-'d. And now, afiier all the con
cern rated talent that had helped to pro
pare the bill and bring it to near to iLu
parage by the Senate, it is found neces
sary to piovidefor a commission to yo over
iud through it and point o-.it the mMakc
and blumiuis of tbe lull. For one lie op
posed a coiuiuissiiozi of any &ort for any
ucli purpose. "1o pabs buch a coinmli,
rioa now is to confess to the woild tliat you
no not dare to trust your own work,"' said
Mr. Morgan said in closing that he had
made those icmarks largely-tecause it was
Hie Fourth of July, and ir he had Ills own
way, Uie euu should not go flown upon this
Independensa day before this country should
make tie day one of independence to the
Parving and dying patriots in Cuba by
recognizing them as an independent nation.
Mr AHb-cn then -wilbdiew Mi. Spo;iiii'H
intendment providing for the taiif f oui
rcision, not wishing, an lie tald, lo pro
long the discussion.
Mr. Mantle Uien offered an amendment,
heretofore submitted by Mr. Cullcm, taut
wllhdtawn, providing for a tax of 70 cents
per gallon on liquors in bond. Tueamend
ji.ent called foitli no debate and was ic
jected. yeas 23, nays.41.
Mr Liudhay moved to place wood alco
hol on Uie ftee list. Rejected without a
Mr Mills then moved an ameudmen
placing mi internal leveiuie laa. of 5 ier
cent on Uie value of all domestic pioductri
n lots of 10,000 or moie. Mr. Gnllinger
nsked if the Senator was leally in earnest
lu desiring to take $300,000,000 annually
from the pockets of the lax-payers in ad
dition to what the bill will otherwii-e pio
duce. -"J am not only earnest, but sol
fmn In this deMic," replied Mi. Mills, who
ton! made one of hit characteristicspeei Utis.
Id applanation of bib piopoMUon. 1 he yeas
aud nays were ordered at Mr. MiUV re
tjucH, and only 10 Senatois voted for Uie
amendment, -while 38 voted against H.
Mr. Morgan moved to amend the bill by
the addition of a t-ecUon legsrding U.e e
moval of discriminating dulieson commerce
between this country and Mexico .Agreed
to without debate or a vote. ,
Mr. Mills moved an amendment giving a
ruSuclioii of 10 per cent on' all duties
to all countries on a free silver bai.
"Without any debate a vote was ordered
and resulted in the defeat of the amend
ment yeas 26. .nays 31.
Mr. Aiiisui' tried to agree upon a time
"When a vote ubJ br had on lhe bill, but
Mr. Jones suggested that until the fate
ofjjie.beet sugar bounty was determined,
nfi time could be fixed for the vote. Mi.
Allison then gve notice that he would
the SeiiHle to sit today until the bill
wn, at least icported back to the Senate
Iiin"tli to'iimlttec of the whole.
Ai executive session was tjien onhired
at G;2F, and j-oou after the Senate ad
journed until 11 o'clock this morning.
THE HOUSE PHOCEED1KGS.
8jMaker Kel -Object wl to Hearing:
the Declaration of Iiidepenili'ii'!;.
It biok but :ven minutos yesterday
morjtfng for tlic Speaker, tli rough bHnioutb
1umm!, Mr. Dingle , to change the tsowibi
iwtioti on ills aalomaticadjoiirnmg de
TKie. As sooli a the Journal wn read,
Mr. Diuglej moved tliat the Hon; take
a recent until Wednesday. .Mr. Hailoy
denuuided a division and thea in.ule the
Ifit of no quorum, but the Republicans
wore out m force aud pouring out of the
clonkrooms to respond to their names The
SpeKkei saved the time necessary to 'ount
these members by simply declaring a
11 r. Wheeler of Alabama wanted to hear
the Declaration of Independence read, but
the Speaker bruehed the suggestion aside
"wjtfc tne iujuuetion that members should
not interrupt the proceedings of the House.
The House then took a recess until Wed
Confirmed by the Senate.
The Senate confirmed tbefollowjng nom
George It. Hid well, collector of customs,
and Wilbur E. Wakeman, appraiser of iiier
chandlse, at New York. '
EmorjP. Clo.e, United States attorney,
northern district of New yprk.
United States consuls Rounsevellc Wild
man, of California, at Hong Kong; 0ian
Hedell, of New York, at Fort Erie, Ont.;
John C. Higgins, at Dundee, Scotland.
William E. Cutkin, register of the land
ofiic. at Duluth, Minn.; C. Sanford Bus.
sell, receiver of public moneys, at I ronton,
Mo.; Lee Tatrick, agent Sao and Fox In
DELIGHTS AT TAKOMA PARK.
After Fireworks the Young; People
Danced the Hours Awny.
Tn!ona park's patriotic people celebrat
ed Independence Day in a mewhatquiet
but none the less enjoyable way. Thedls
jilay of fiivworks given by the hotel man
agement was exceedingly fine and upon
people enjoyed dancing In the hotel ball
room until a late hour.
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Georgia, over a period of twelve yeais, re
buliing In hundreds ol cures, in well ad
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IT WILL NOT COST SOU ANYTHING TO
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Charities for 95, page 54. and many mem
bers of Congress on file in our office.
Homo treatment with full dhectipus to any
part of the country.
NO CHARGE FOR CONSULTATION.
Hours, 9 to 12, x to 5. Sunday,
10 to 13.
There are today mlUioau of men rich in
money, but beggars in healtn. 'lheso
men aie in a wilderness of thought and
refleeuon, not knowing what to do or
wneie to go to arrest the aFP1Nu OF
Lira's iirttiiii, wmcti tney know 18
siowlj but suiely uuderuilniiig their con
stitutions, and just bringing Uiem to a
piematuie grave. A lew have made an
etioit to get well, but unfortunately they
have been led perhaps in the wroug path
for cure; have ,o.ieto the old-time lamily
physician, who KNOWS NOTHING ABOUT
THE NEW MfillQUS OF CUBE; or, on
the otlier baud, they have gone 10 men
without leputaiiou, or resorted to rank
aim poisonous cuie-alls for relief, Jenving
them pooler in purse a3 well as health, and
m uespair or. ever being eurea.
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Having spent his life in the study and
cuie of NERVOUS. CHKONiO AND
WASTIA'U DISEASES, ofleis suffeiers
fnmi these troubles A GUAUANTKbD
CUKK at a nominal fee.
S55.t m WilOMTH
is the highest fee charged, medicine in
cluded. unity office hours, 10 to 5; Monday,
Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday till
8 P. m.; Sunday, 10 to 12.
of finance or exchange that will have a
philosophic basis, and will not restrict
huiniin effoit. Hut until Luis docs come
v,j must demand the letioactioii of tlw
biu.eUtllic system as it foimeily cc.sted
in oui count rj, because it was the best
thus fai given to the world.
"7 he unnei.-xil corruption that is today
dca.roving our country comes from the con
eeiitratiun ot capital, ana the ahirnilug
ui-peci is that it is piacticed by men who
alk patriotism and who stand high in the
fsJtuatioo of the -public It is iule to talk
about purifying the Government so ioug as
men of infiuenr-c and portion offer vast
sums to corrupt it. Cut off the hand that
offer a bribe and you will end corruption.
"We must devise some way of remov
ing overwhelming temptations on the
one hand and of distributing among
all men the benefits and advantages
flowing from the process of concentration.
As powr never limits itseir, we must
find a method of curbing it.
"Our country "must be rescued by the
Penwints. But be not deceived. Lobby
ists and corrnptlonista who debauch legis
latures or rollute the stream of Justice aro
not Democrats. So-called leaders who
use their position in their part to at-slbt
corporations .11 getting 1111 unfair a d an -tap-
over the public are not Democrats.
"In every State the people aie aroused.
they ;,ee their condition flowing worse;
they see the hope of their children dis
appearing; they see poverty hanging over
the future; they seethe black flag of hun
ger flo-itlng over some of the richest sec
tions of God's earthy and they are crying
for justice .
"My mentis, that cry will free the1
AmeMonn people. Even if we should tie
iMirue down again and again, the -voice of
humanity will arise, from the dust and
dijvo the money phangers out of the
temple and the traitors out of the land
"Thy Ifenedlct Arnold of 1780 sleeps on
"Let the Henedict Arnolds of-this age
ir.uke their graves beside him."
DILL ATTACKS DIJMOCHACY.
Talks of "Political Patent Meal
cineh" and Other Thlng-i.
Oswego. N. Y July G.Ex-Seuaior David
B. Hill made an Independence Day oration
here today beTore a large gatliering. He
urged the annexation of Cuba, adding:
"Imtead cf venturing to embark In the
scheme or Hawaiian annexation we should
first do Justice to a brave and struggling
people at oui very doors, whole interests
are clo.-ly identified witli ours, and to
whose destiny we could not afford to be
Referring to local conditions he said:
"The new-fangled political patent medi
cines of the hour which a.re offered to t:s
on every baud deserve to be carefully
scrutinized before we swallow them. The
unscrupulous or mischievous modern phil
osophers who vainly propose to benefit
mankind by the remarkable feat of abol
ishing all poverty may possibly enrich
themselves wlnlo their deluded followers
"There is too much dernngogism abroad
in tbe Innd; there lb too much false d6c
tnuc taught pertaining to governmental
function; there is too much -encouragement
of the spirit of socialism md all
that Jt implies including communistic and
chimerical schemes for a so-called dem
ocracy; tiicie is too much toleration of
disrespect for courts aad constituted nu
thoritiPs, thereis too much clamor for diss
legislation; there is tco much inculcation
of tho idea that men can become rich with
out effort by the meie fiat of the Gov
ernment iustcad of earning wealth in tho
old-f lshloned way, and there is too much
attention pnld to cranks, blatherskites and
political adventurers, entitled to no con
sideration, but who seem to have obtained
the public cai and are seeking to pull
down the pillars of society."
In concluding Mr. Hill prophesied a na
tional lecovery, as there arc no existing
conditions that American tact cannot over
come mother Mckinley injured.
She Falls and Cuts n Gush in Her
Canton. Ohio. July 5. Mr. and Mrs. Mo
Klnley, accompanied by Judge Day, As
sistant Secretary of State, and their per
sonal friend, Mrs. Ella Buckingham, re
turned to "Washington this evening, artei
a pleasant visit of forty-eight hours with
the President's mother. The citlzeuB'com
mltlee escorted the party to the train and
bade them farewell.
There was no demonstration, owing to
the reoui'ntor (he President The pleasure
of the visit was marred slightly by an acci
dent which befell the venerable mother of
the Prudent this morning. "While walking
arrosg the front piazza Mrs. McKinlcy
tripped on a piece of matting and fell
forward, striking her face on a chair.
Tbe President sprang to assist her and
found that a considerable gash had been
cat In her forehead. The wound wrs
dressed and the patient is as comfortable
as could be expected.
WILL FOIOIALLY EXPLAIN.
3Ir. Sherman to "Write tn the Jap
Mr. Tom Hoshi, the Japanese mlnlstcrto
this country, fully Expects to receive from
Secretniy Sherman during theprcscnt week
a letter which will explain to his satisfao
tlon the reason why Mr. Sherman ap
peared to treat him discourteously regard
ing the signing of tbe treaty of annexa
tion of Hawaii.
The Japanese minister has already been
assured that Secretary Sherman did "not
intend to act contrary to diplomatic cour-
TALKS TO THHIU JY BBMES
Continued lroiu First lugs.
WORK OF THEFmEfilMGKEB
Premature Explosions Sent Many
Youngsters to Hospitals.
TOY CANNONS MADE HAVOC
From Early Morning: Until Mid
night rfurgeous DruHssed Lacerated
Fingers,, Sewed Up Wounds and
Pielted Powder Out o the Faces
of Sufferers Many Disasters.'
There wasa continual tearing of lint, ty
ing of bandages and applying of lotions at
tin Emergency Hospital all day esteiday.
From the time when the city became fulily
awake up to the houi of iiiiuuigut the Jios
piul'b ambulance aud the wagons of the
various pri'fjucw were constantly rolling
in bearing patriotic citizens whoe ardor
resulted in painful injuries.
With these fuses and with the regular
dipiii?ary cases ot the institution, do
tort, nuiws ana assistants were Uepttcn
btautiy ou the move. The majority of
the lujuries iicuteu were those from Urn
deadly toy cannon, which proved almost
ad effective in Iuj maiming qualities an
od tho&eiii the Continental Armyover 121
Ane wmiie" liospltnl 6turf reported for
duiy at S o'clock a. 111. , aud from that liour
uiuil this morning they allowed themselves
no rest or relaxation. The staff consisted
of Urn, Vaughn, Turner, O'Connor, liahraud
Jiienemann. While many of the caw
treated were slight in their nature, there
were several severe but not necessarily
'lhe Hiiull toy, however, occupied the
majority f the etaff's time, with injuries
tanging fioiu a powder-fccorcbed face to a
Probably the most paiurul accident
treated una that ot little' Willie Crav.Tord,
an under-Hsed white hoy, living at No.
1U38 1. hlieet northwest. Willie had a
cannon which he was Tiring all the mouiing
and kept Mr powaer in a tin cannWter, A
numbei ot boys were exploding firecrackers
all around him and one of them accidentally
diopped a lighted rizzcr Into the powder.
An e.vlobionlnsiaiitlyfollowed, and Willie's
hand was teirtbly lacerated, the thumb
being iMitlrely blown off. His face wis
also feui fully burned. He was bnn -.nt ro
the hohpital for treatment by his uncle, and
his wounds- were bandaged and dressed.
Albert I-arkmun, who lives at No. 1100
Park place, was responsible for h:s own
injuiies. His cannon wab rather slow in
exploding, so be exam ned it, but at an
inopportune moment., for no sooner had
be .one so when the full charge entered
his hand- necessitating instant attention.
John Wi'lbv's cannon went off before
be was prepared, with the result that his
iacfe resembled the spotted bos at the cir
cus. He, lives at No. 20L6 Eighth street
northwest, aud returned home us coon as a
cooling lotion was applied.
Percy. Thompson is an Austral 'an, .but
iicvcrlheU'S' has become impregnated with
tho spirit of the Fourth. He attempted to
fire hi cannon, and succeeded In blowing
his face full of powder grains. His in
juiies wen dressed at the Emergency.
Charles Washington, a colored boy, who
livps at 507 Sixteenth street northwest,
was entirely too careless in tne way he
managed his raiiooii. HI m JudicJousnr-ss re
sulted in an explosion which' tore' and
lacerated ills hand hi a fearful manner.
Thomas Webster, a white man forty-two
years old, came to the hospital with ills
fiic' blown full of powder grains. His
cannon was another one of those which
explode beioru you are willing for them
to do so.
Jimmie McCan, sixteen years old, came
all the waj from 3G09 O street northwest
to have his hand dressed All the George
town doctors weie evideutly busy, but
he secured immediate relief when ho
came to the hospital. Jimmie did a very
rash aud foolish thing. He had a shell
loaded with powder. It wouldn't go off
-when he firot attempted to explode it,
60 he took a nail and commenced hammer
ing with all his might. Then the shell
did go off aud so did the greater portion
of one ot Jimmie'8 hands.
H. E. Collins was the uiifortunate victim
of another's carelessness. He w-as stand
ing at the corner of Tenth street and
Virginia avenue southwest, when a crowd
of boys began ro throw lighted fire
crackers in the air. One of those de
scended and exploded in front of Collins'
eye. It was badly swollen but a careful
examination by one of the staff showed
that the injury was not serious.
F. B. Clark was making tho welkin ring
near his home, No. 1222 B Btreet south
west, with a cannon, when the thing went
the wrong way, producing extremely pain
ful bums about the eyes and face.
An embryo aitillerist must have direct
ed the cannon which injured Percy Fletch
er mid Claience Heinzman, two little col
ored boys, who werepussing the corner of
Twenty-second and B streets noithwost.
Before either of the little fellows knew
what was coming there was a blinding
flash and hundreds of grains of powder
were blown into the bare legs ot each.
No. 3 wagon brought them to the Emer
gency for treatment and carried them, home
Giant crackers contain an immense
amount of injuring ability, nnd Fred
Ford, a colored boy, who was too near
ono yesterday, appreciates that. The
terrible burns on his hand were dressed
at tho Emergency.
Charles Little had a cannon, out of
range of which he was not quick enough
in getting, so that his arm was badly
Albert White, a colored man. was light
ing a giant cracker on E street, between
Ninth nnd Tenth streets, when the fuse
went out. Not a whit discouraged, he
totk a lighted piece of punk and kept
jabbing awav at the cracker. The last
proved so effective that his hand came
near being blown off. He went to the
Emergency for treatment about 11 o'clock
Another cannon got in its beguiling work
upon James Simms, a colored youth, giv
ing his address as No. 4GS P street south
west. Hishands were so terribly lacerated
by the discharge that, In parts, the muscles
allowed through. All of his fingers needed
sewing up, but he refused to permit it.
and left for his home.
A can of powder exploded near the spot
where Mike and Marion Genfree, aged
six nnd eight years, were standing, and
injured the little ones so badly that they
-were removed to the hospital for treat
ment. A FATAL ACCIDENT.
J. N. Heeson Crushed by an Elec
J. N- Rceson, German, employed on the
Great Falls Electrio .Railroad, had his left
leg badly crushed above the knee while
assisting In coupling enrs at the George
town end of the line yesterday afternoon.
Ue was removed to the Emergency Hos
pital in the Seventh precinct patrol wagon.
The Injured limb was amputated, but
the unfortunate man died at an early
hour this morning as a result of the ac
Mr. Reeson -was forty-two years old,
married and resided on the Conduit road.
Per visit lg pUjV- only charge, ull
eluded. ; ' "
All dlhenscVo'f a. SPECIAL NA
TIJRIS of-eiierjip.v nro treated for
one dollar per yiit UNTIL CLrHED.
l'OU.NG Atisf- Buffenni; from the
Back, Dark Circles A-iound the Eyes, Pim
ples on the Face, Loss of Sleep. Tired
Feeling In the Morning. Evil Forebodings,
Dull, Stupid, Aversion to Society, Vo Am
bition. Bad Taste in the Mouth. Dreams
and .Mglit. Losses, Deposits in the lirlue.
I'requeatUrimttlou, sometimes accompanied
witu aiignt burning, KJdiiey Troubles, or
any disease. Pr the Uenito-Urlnar Organs,
can here rmd a honest, sale aud speedy
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PUTLACi, or Loss of Sexual Power, and
do you contemplate MAUBIAGE7 Do you
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alford to take uny risk. Like rather; like
go,i; AVo I'ttve a never-failing remedy that
wilt pimfy tii0 Bl00i aud positively bring
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rtuWS FROM ALtXAwDRlA
Frank Dreifus Severely Stabbed by
a Drunken Negro.
Celebrntlou of Independence Day
lu the Virginia City Flag Pres
entation to the Junior Order.
Alexandria, July C. Mr. Frank Dreifus
wk attacked near the corner of Payne and
Cunmiurce streets tonight by "Dunk" Day,
a negio tough, and. had a nnrrow esvnpu
with his life. Mr. Dreifus received a se
vcie ttab in Uie lert shoulder, lie was
attended by Dr. Klipstein, who took sov
eiui j-tltcke in the wound. The negio
made li's escape. L
Alexandria aud vicinity celebrated Inde
pendence Day la 'Bnie American style.
With ttie bieak of day Uie rounds of
the bursting crackers aud tiie firing ot
guns began. Old Glory rloated proudly
j'iohi the doors and windows of mauy
residences, and seemed to realize the im
poitant part it occupied iu today's pro
gram. t - While AlexwfltHlft- furnished her rpiota
to the vatiousr liver and other pleasure,
resorts, many 'renhnned at home to par
ticipate In the . observance of the duy
in this city, iy the'aheriiooa at -lo'clock
a laige i.udiedrt gathered lu front of the
hall of the Junlqr, Order ot American
Mechanics, ou fjoju-h Pairfax street, to
v.-itne&s the ratsing'f.ii flag oq the build
ing,. A large 'platform had been erected
in tiio street for the accommodation of
the orators aridsingers, and Avas beauti
fully decoiated with bunting.
Old Ulor wni; presented b Mrt George
II. Hiiydcn in an eloquent manner and was
received on behalf of the Juniorb by Mr.
John II. Ttimyer. Rev Claience E. liall.
of Grace Church, very eloquently lelerred
to Uie emblem of Justice aud liberty or
the greatest and grandest nation on earth.
Mr. Dull pifcfidetl at the pigan and lead
the' audience In, ringing patriotic airs
Trayer was offered b yliev. J.E. Thacker,
of the Second Prenbyterian Church, aud
llev Mi. Ball pronounced thu benediction.
Tonight there was a public installaUon
ot tbe officers of Bejle Haven Council,
which was witnessed by a laige audience.
At Del Itay Oils afternoon the largest
crowd which ever gathered in the little
town assembled, to participate In the
celebration ot the day Prayer was of
fered oy Rev. J. II. Boyd, after which
Mr. George Rocker referred to the occa
sion In fitting terms, and Introduced
"Rev. J. H. YVcUb, "Who delivered an ad
dress of welcome. There was music by
the Third Regiment .Field Band, recitations
and a well-rendered musical program.
Among those wlio participated were
Miss Selectman, Mr. Cockrell, Mr.FredDar
!lng, Mrs. Lelfingwell and Mr. FuUerton,
all of Washington, and Mr. Ph.lip Brincoe.
of this city.
At Dumfries thousands of residents of
the surrounding counties gathered to per
Uclpate In the celebration of tbe day,
which was made .the occasion of the rats
lug of the American flag on the public
schoollvuse In that v.llage. The presenta
Uon speech was mude by Mr. Frank E.
Anderson, ol this city, In his usual elo
quent manner, and it was accepted by
District School Superintendent White In
appropriate language. The guests were
delightfully entertained and banqueted by
the Junior Order Council, under whose
auspices the celebration was held.
Mayev Simpson presided in the police
court this morning and disposed ot the
following cases: Tobe Harvey and Frank
Kiuskcy.foi fightint;, fined $2 each; Martha
Washington, colored, disorderly conduct,
was given Ihhty days In the workhouse;
Fr.mlt Iti'km, for assaulting Robert Bell,
was Hued $2, and Charles Banks, drunk
and disorderly conduct, was fined 52.50.
Blanch Washington, colored, was ar-
rested today byprIcer Lyles charged with
clsoideiiy conduct, and Horace Williams
was arrested by Sergt. Smith on a similar
charge. . ,
As heretofore, st'ated, Paul Blanchard,
who is charged with the murder of John
Christiansen, the .jnate of the American
bark Justin H. Jngersoll, on the high seas,
will be presented to the United States grand
Jury in this city -otuorrow morning.
The case of John BT. Conneli, who is
charged with enticing seventeen-year-old
Eva Arrlngton Jrom the home of her
father in tills c.ity, will be heard before
Mayor Simpson; at 7 o'clock tomorrow
But one serious-Fourth of July casualty
has been report edr Jack Beach, a small
colored boy.livingon lower Princess street,
was sciiously burned about the face and
neck by the explosion of a can of powder.
He wns attempting to charge a 6mall can
non when a spark fell In the can of
powdqr with the above result.
Mifs Blanche Wigfield, a well-known
young lady, died -at her home on South
Fairfax street tonight.
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I ML F. SELTZ, I
X 1332 T Street Tf W.
MEOEIYEWS SALE OF THE
Your choice of all tho Children'
Suira lu the hotiho that formerly
fcioid froiii ."?:! to $7 uow
Every English Split Straw Hat
In ' the otocli formerly $2.50, $3
and $3.-50 goeH nt $1.45. Every
Ktyle every size about 50 dozen
of them. Perhaps enough for 2
Uvery Summer Suit In the house
thut -wan regularly sold ull seunnu
oh liJtrh us thlrteeo-fifty S13.50
.Every Summer Suit in the house
that was reyularly sold ull season
up t. fltteeu-fifiy $15.50 nov
Uvery Summer Suit In the house
thut was regularly sold all season
up to twenty dollars $20 uovr
Bring the Children
early pick of the above
A. G. WOLF,
Hhouid be read dally, as changes may
occur at any time.
uoreigu maim 'or the week ending July
10, lfay7, clobe promptly at this oriice as
TUESDAY lb) At 'j:Z0 p. m- ror Europe,
per s. s. at. Paul," rrom New YorK. ia
UUiiUlUUIliUiil Iw.tU .,)Jll.ill.lUI.-H...-,
per a. s. Germanic," rrom New ifork. via
queens. own. iejADlu.65p. m.for.fceJgium
tiuec, per s. s. esieruiuud. irom New
lork, Ma Antwerp. i.eiierh must be dl
rec.ed "Per Westernlaud.'
Wfc.DM-.bDAY tb) At 7:20 p. a. for
JMirope, pers.s. uoluiubia," rrom ev i'orir,
via I'lyinou h, oneroourg ana Hamburg.
ifltlDAi (b) At y.0 p. in. lor Europe.
tj Wl ..ii Man U, l Liu j", ciaiii, I uriufcUi, .1 u-
key, Jigypt and untish inula, per s. s- La
Dn.iague". rrom New JTork, via Havre.
Letters for other parts Lf Lurope must be
Uirected "i'er La nreiagne. ' to) At 10:53
p. in., Tor Netherlands direct, per a. s.
Ubdam, rrom cw lork, via Rotteiilam.
Letters must be directed "Per Obdam."
c) A.t 10:55 p. in-, Tor Geuoa, per a. s.
1-ulda, rrom New Xork. Letters must tie
directed "i'er j-uiua. tcj .-vt iu-w p
for Scotland direct, per s.
from New lork, viauiasgow
Letters must '
be uirecieu --J'er Aucliotia. loi At Xo'mo
p. ui-, for Europe, per . s. Jitruna", from
ftew Xork, via yueenstown.
'Printed matter, etc. German steamers
sailing from New lork on Tuesday take
printed mutter, etc., for Germauy, aud
especially addressed printed matter, etc.,
lor other parts of Europe.
The Ai.ieii' an ami n le Star steamers
sailing troui New York on Wednesdays, tbe
uermau steamers on Thursdays and the
Cunard, French and German steamers on
batrdas take printed matter, etc., for
all countries for wh:ch thev are adver
tised to carry mail.
-uji iui b.ii and Ceutral Ainer
icju, Yt-.st' ludien, .ie.
TUESDAY (a j At 3:20 p. m. for Ja
muicu, per steamer Hum uoatou. iO) At
lo:uo p. ai. lor uoatu Uica, per oteamer
irom New Uiieous. (C) a- xu:55 p in.
iui .kL'tviuiiiiuiaiiu, .ei a. t. rorUii, ltoiu
Now lork. (c) At 10:05 p. iu. tor fat.
JiominKo and rurKa lblaud, per s. s. Huvr
loiK, trom iav iork.
iuit-BiJA io; At 10:5j p. m. for
Pori- AUtouio, per steamer irom JL'miauel
j.uia. (OAt iO:ot p. m. lor bt. Tnomas,
bt. croix, Leeward and Wmu ward islands,
Xer t. s. iiauitiua.iromiNew lort:, LM.tcra
lor Ureu.uia, inmuiu ami i'ooago mast be
uirected "Per Madiaua." icj At 10:53
p. in. lor Tnuiduu uuu ciudad, holivia di-rcci-
irom New York, via Curacao.
TUURSDAY (d) At ti.i!5 a. m. tor North
Xlruzil, per a. s. tearense, irom rew
York, via fura, Marauham and Ceara.
(Ul At .-0 p. iu. lor newiouuuiumi, per
u. s. Siberian, from Philadelphia.
r iudai -(ui At ti:-o a. m., tor Porto
Rico, Direct, per s. s. Arkuuia, irom New
lork. (c) At 10:55 p. in., for .Fortune
Imuuu, Jamaica, oavaailla, anu Greytowu,
per s. s, Alleghany, from New York.
Letters tor Costa ltieo must be directed
"i'er AJleghuuy." (c) At 10:55 p. m.
for Cape nam, Gon.uves, Petit Uoave,
Aux-Uayes, and Jacmel, per e. s. Kitty,
irom New York. (O At 1U:55 p. in., lor
Central America (except Costa Rica and
South Pacific ports), per s. s. Alhunea,
lroiu New YorK, via Colon. Letters lor
Guatemala must be directed "Per Al
ltanca." (c) At 10:55 p. m., for Catn
peche, Chiapas, Tabasco, aud Yucatan, per
b. s. Vigilaucla, from New York. Letters
for other p.trts of Mexico must be directed
"Per Vigilancia." (c) At 10:55 p. m.,
for Mexico, per s. s. Uabana, rrom New
York, via i'rogreso and Vera Cruz. Let
ters must be directed "Per Uabana."
SATURDAY (d) At 12:05 p. m., Tor St
rit-ne-Mitiuolou, t.er steamer fiom rorth
flails for Newroundlaud, by rail to
Halilax, and thence via steamer, close here
daily except Sunday, at 12:05 p. m., and
on bundays only at 11:35 a. m. (d)
Malls for Miquelcu, by laiitoEoalou.and
thence la steamer, close Here daily at
3:20 p. m. (a)
Malls for Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa,
Ela., aud theuce via "Steamers, sailing to
Havana on Mondays and Thursdavs, close
here daily at 3:00 p. m. (e)
Mails lor Mexico, oveiiaml (except those
for Campeche, Chiapas, Tabasco and Yuca
tan, which will be loiwarded via steamer
hailing riom New Yoik on Satuiday. after
the V'ednesday oveiland close, close hero
dally at 7:10 a. m. (d)
Malls Tor Hawaii, per s. s. Australia, rrom
San Francisco, close here daily up to
0:30 p. iu., July 7.(d)
Mans Tor China, Japan and Hawaii, per
s. s. City of rekiug, from San Francisco
close here dally up to (3:30 p. m., July
Muus ror Australia (except West Aus
tralia, which are rorwaraeu via Europe),
New Zealand, Hawaii, PIJi and Samoan
mauds, per s. s. Aloaua, from San Fran
cisco, close here dally up to U:30 n. m
.Mails for China and Japan, per s. s Vic
toria rrom Tacoma, close here daily un to
6:30 p. in., July I8.(d) J l to
Mails for the Society Islands, per ship
City of Papeiti, fiom San Francisco, close
here dally up to 0:30 p. m. July 25.(d
Malls for Australia (except West Austra
lia), Hawaii and Fiji Islands, per s. s Ml
oweia, from Vancouver, close here daily
artei July 17,up to 6:30 p. m. Aucustl fdi
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS are lorwarded
to the ports of sailing dallv, and the
tone juie ot uosint;. is arruiised on tn
pieMimplion of their uninterrupted rer
(a) Registered mail closes at 10 a. m,
(b) Registered mail closes at 1 p, m
(c) Registered mall closes at 6 p. m
(d) Registered mail closes at 6 p. m
(e) Registered mail ctcses at 1 p m
Tuesdays and Saturdays.
JAMES P. W1LLETT. Postmaster.
tesy, and the expected letter will no doubt
explain away the oversight.
II. & O. Excursion to ICingara Falls
Leave Washington 10 a. m., July 7, ar
riving at falls S a. m. following morning.
Tickets good for five days, Sio.
i Loeb & Hirsh, F St. i
....... . .No-tici.. f ArcrnoNSALrcs. j
LOEB fc UIIiSH STOOK.
early today for an
Great Suit values.
THOMAS DO W1XVO CO.. Auct.oaeers. j
TRTTdTPvu k ii i- riv" j v rviiivmpii
lKUSlhLH oALii Or AN U.UtyilJ.i ,
et aL vs. William C. Hauptmaa et al.,the
undersigned trustee will offer for sale at
public auction at the aucuou looms of
Thomas Dowling, No. (51 J E street north
west, on TUESDAY, THE 6THDAY OF
JULY, AT 12 O'CLOCK M , the inteiest
ot William C. Hauptmau in the north 2ti
feet f lont on Eleventh street by depth of
lot 5, square 34b; tbe east 17 feet rront
on C street by the depth of original lot 4,
square 2B4; lot 15 aud the north 3 feet 4
Uiches front on Twelfth street of lot 14
ln Robert Brent's recorded subdivision of
quaje3d3, as recorded in BoofcN. K.,pag
201; lots 45, 54 and 7b in T- Franklin
Schneider's subdivision of square 4b2,as
recorded ln Book 17, page 122, and in all
other parecls of land, if any, In the Dis
trict of Columbia, or which Francis E.
Hauptmaa died seized.
TptmK f.f suit- All rflfih A ,lnoclt- nf
S20O to be made at the time of sale
Terms ot sale to be complied with witmn
ten days, otherwise nronertv may be re
sold at risk and cost or defaulting pur
chaser. Conveyancing at purchaser's cost.
FREDERICK L SIDDON3. Trustee,
Washincton Loan and Trust Buildmc
itA-ri i ip siTTns rn mtptton-
KAJLltlrL, bl XUON CO..AUCriOr-
i4T- amw t..V?-. . wTx rkfri , o
T9.u' MNE-ROOM AKI) CLLLAR
ROMAN BRICK DWELLING, WITH
ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
BhiNG No. 1242 PRINCETON STREET
Under nnd Dy virtue of a certain deed
of trust, dated March 5. 1S9G, and duly
recorded, March 11, 1S1.6, in liber 2101.
rolio 353 ei seq., or the land records
of the District of Columbia, default having
occurred in the performance of the terms
and conditions of the bond mentioned
and referred to in the said deed of trust,
and at the written rpqueat or the secre
tary or the body corporate, tbe obligee
in and the holder and owner ot said
bond, the undersigned trustees will sell
at publ'c auction, in rront of the premises,
on MONDAY, the 12th DAY" OK JULY,
A. U ltiUi, AT 5:30 O'CLUCK. 1'. AL,
that p.ece or part el of land situated iu
the county of Washington. District of Co-
Columbia Heights," as lies within the
exterior lines of lot 32, in Charles D.
Church's subdivision of sold lot 15, a
platof whichis recorded in book. "County.
11, page 30. one of the records of the
surveyor's office of Che District of Co
lumbia, said lot being improved by a new
0-room and cellar dwelling, with all modern
improvements, the same being premises
numbered 1242 Princeton street northwest.
Terms of sale. All cash. A deposit of
S150 will be required at time or sale.
Terms of sale must be Complied with
wiintn ten days rrom date or sale; other
wise, tue lot will bo resold nt risk. and.
cost or defaulting purchaser or purchasers.
Alt conveyancing, recording, etc., at pur
STEPHEN VAN WYCK, Trustee.
Washington Loan Trust Bldg
FREDERICK L. SIDDONS. Trustee.
Washington Loan Trust Bldg
billTHSONlAN INSTITUTION, WASH
INGTON, D. C. July 1, 1897. Sealed
proposals will be received at this oii.te
until 12 O CLOCK, NOON, JULY 20, aud
opened at 1 o'clock p. m., same day,
in ue presence ot the bidders, ror fur
nishing, delivering and erec lug in the
Na loiuii .Museum, ln this city, the Steel
and Casr-iroa work required ror galleries
iu .tiree nans in tne L. S. National Alu
seum. riaus, specirica'ious. treneral m-
obtained on application to J. ELFRETH
WA'iivifts, cuief of me Division ot Build
ings and Superintendence, National Mu
seum. S. l'. LANULfciY, Secretary.
"viwjt. wauo will be received at the
Bureau or bupphes and Accounts, Navy
Department, Washington, D. C., until 12
o clock noon JULY 13, lb97, ana publicly
opened immediately thereafter, to furnlsn
tne annual supply of coal, coke, wood and
charcoal at uie navy yards: t'ortsmouth,
N. H.; Boston. Mass.; New Yoik, League
island, Pa.; Washington, D. C; Norfolk,
Va., i'eneacola, fc'la.; the naval stations:
Newport, It. 1.; New London, Cutm.; Port
Royal, S. C.; Key West. Fla..and the Naval
Academy, Annapolis, 110., the annual sup
ply or coal at the naval hospitals, uispen
saries, etc.: Portsmouth, N 11., Chelsea,
Masi.; .Newport, R. I.; New York, Philadel
phia, Pa.; Washington, D. C, Norfolk, Va.;
I'cnbacola, Fla. Blank Tonus of proposals
will be rurulshed upon application to the
bureau, to the commandants of thedifferent
navy yards, or to the Navy pay offices.
EDWIN STEWART, 1'aymasterGeneral, U.
S N. 0-24-97. 3e29Jy6-2C
PROPOSALS FOR HAULING Office of
the Commissioners District of Columbia,
Washington, July 3, 1H97. Sealed pro
posals will be received at this office until
12 o'clock m., July 15, 1897. for hauling
sand, screened gravel, paving bricks aud
blocks, and granite curbing. Blank forms
or proposals, specifications, and all neces
sary Inrormatiou may be obtained at rhis
ornce. john w. ross, john b. wight,
AVAL M. BLACK, Commissioners D. 0
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING HY-
diaullc Cement Office ot the Commis
sioners D. C, Washington, D. C, June 30,
1897. Sealed proposals will be received
at this office until 12 o'clock m., JULY
2-1, 1897. ror rurnlshlng natural and Port
land hydraulic cements. Specifications,
blank forms of proposals and all necessary
Information maybe obtained at this office.
JOHNW. ROSS, JOHN B. WIGHT, WM.
M. BLACK. Commissioners D. C.
Hichboru'. Cottage Destroyed.
Atlantic City, N. J., July 5. The cottage
ot- upicl bv SJ aval Constiuctor E. M.I.ich
born, at Brlgantlne Beach, was totally de
stroyed by fire this afternoon. Thecoltage
was formerly the summer home ot Con
gressman Harmer, of Pennsylvania
VALUAHLf" S E- ATE LS ' Pchaser. TeVms ot sal to & implied
Bv -virtue of a decree Dasaed Anrll 24 ! 'e.ldat the rist aadcoitof thedefuultlnic
17 Tn eauPtv cauTo 170( sunreme . purchaser, after five days ad-ertlsement
..7.,la.fS"lcy7H.1hl1V..,.Pr-....:. . ln some uewsnaner Dublihed In the Dk-
wuuib uiftvuub ifL vuiuilli,it ;ui.il.icrii vuuiu t
luuiuM, iuu Kuortii uuu ucaimmieu as so ( win De required at time or sale, and lf
much of lot 15, block 25. in John Sherman, terms ot sale are not complied with
trustees, subdivision of part of Mount within ten days rrom day or sale tho
I'easant and Pleasant Plains, now called trustees reserve the right to re-sell tho
are different from" most
They're better "fitting
better washing and don't
have that baggy wrinkly
appearance so common in
$2.50 starts 'em-58.50
Cor. 7th and E Sts. N. W,
Xo ISraucli Store in AVashlncton.
DENTISTRr done oa weekly and monthly
payments; crow a and bridge worlc &
petaalty DR. T- W. STCBBLEFIELD.
11th and F sta ; over Mertz'a Drag Htor.
DUNCANSON BROTHER3. Anctioneera.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF THE BRICK
DWELLING, NO. 430 ELEVENTH
Unuer ana by virtue of a cercain deed ot
trust to tbe undersigned, bearing date
October lb, lb'J5. ana recorded the same
day in Liber 2057, folio 452 et seo... one
or the Land Record of the District ot
Columbia, and by tbe airecxioa in writing
of the party secured under said deed of
trust, we will offer for sale at public auc
tion, in Trontot the premises, on MONDAY,
IdE lUTH DAY OF JLLY,lba7, AT 5:45
O'CLOUh. P. M., the following aescribed
real estate, with all the bufldlugs and
improvements thereon, viz: All that part
or original lot numbered four (41, in square
numbered three honored and fifty-three
(353), contained within the following
meets and t.ountw. viz: Besrinninir tot tho
same on Eleventh street, eleven (11 ) feet
I cigbt (8) inches north of the southwest
corner oC saidlot, and running ibence north
tweuty-rive (25) reet: thence east ninety
I nine (9U) reet ten and one-halt (10 1-2)
i inches; thence south twenty-rive (25) feet,
j and thence west ninety-nine (99) feet ten
anu one-half (10 1-2 inches to the place of
Terms or sale. One-third of the pur
chase money in cash, of which one hun
dred dollars ($100) must be paid the trus
tees at the lime of sale, balance in two
equal in stall meats, payable in one and two
years from date of sale, represented by
3mV Vty Vbear
luieies&as o per ceut per annum iron data
nnt i nalil. ,r nil Kih nt ihnnii, rth
trict of Columbia.
GEORGE E. FLEMING,
WILLIAM D. HOOVER.
Trustea. 470 La. ave. nw.
THOMAS DOWLLVG & CO., Auctioneer
til 2 u bc aw.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO VALUABLE
LOTS ON THE PALISADES OF THE
POTOMAC, CONDUIT ROAD, D. C By
virtue oT a certain .eedor trust, dated the
thirteeath (13th) day of November, A. D
lbfa2,aad duly recorded in Liber No. 1769,
Folio 355 et seq , one or the land records
of the Dlstnct or tolumbia, and at tba
request or the parties- secured thereby,
ws will sell at public auction in front of
the premises on THURSDAY. the bth day
or JULY, lb97, at 5 o'clock p. m., aft
those certain pieces or parcels or land and
premises situated in the Umnty or Wash
ington, District or Columbia, and known
and designated as follows. to-v.-lt Lota
numbered eight lb) and nine (9). la block
numbered eight tbi, in a subdivision made
by Edward H Cottrell and Jacob P. Clark.
trustees, or lot tnree
lot three t:t anil nnrt of
I lot two (2). in Vhit Ffnvcn-rnrlni. Pall.
! f-aUes ot tne Pot"mac. Land Improvement
. tonDanv. as such subdivision la ri,rri,l
' lnJ surveyor of tne District or Columbia
Terms of Sale-Lot etsht lb) to be sold
subject to a prior trust, dated April 20,
lb91, and recorded September 23,
1S&1 , In Liber No. 1613, Folio 19tl et seq.,
one of the land records or the District
or Columbia, so far as termd, conditions
and provisions or said prior trust may
be applicable to said lot eight (b ; a cer
tified copy or said prior trust will
be In haada of auctioneer at time
or sale; the Amount bid over and
above said prior trust to be paid hi
cash; lot nine i9) one-third cash and the
balance in one and two years, the de
ferred payments to be represented by tho
notes of the purchaser, bearing lnsereal
at the rate of sixttJ) per centum per annum
from day or sale, payable semi-annually
and secured by first deed or trust on the
property sold, or all cash, at the option
of the purchaser. All conveyancmg, re
cording aud notarial fees at purchaser's
cost. A deposit of si 00 on each lot
property at tho risk and cost of default
ing purchaser, arter such public advertise
ment as they may deem proper and neces
sary. WM. E. LEWIS. Trustee.
JOSEPH E. HURST, Trustee.
THOMAS DOWLING & CO., Auctioneers,
S12 E Street N. W.
TRUSTEES.- SALE Ob VALUABLE LOTS
ON TUE PALISADES OF THE PO
TOMACINTERSECTION OF CON
DUIT AND NEW CUT ROADS. DIS
TRICT Ol- COLUMBIA.
By virtue ot a certain deed of trust,
dated the 13th day of November A D.,
Ib91, und duty recorded in Liber No.
1033. folio 32t. et seq., one of the land
records of the District of Columbia, and
at the request ot the party secured thereby,
wo will sell at public auction In front of
tne premises, on TUURSDAY, the bth
day of July, 1897, at 4 o'clock p. m., all
those certaiu pieces or purcel3 ot land and
premises situated m the County of Wash
ington. District of Columbia, and known
and designated as follows to wit: Lot
1 numuered one (1), seven (). to twenty
three 1 23 1, both incL. and thirty-five (35)
to forty-six 146), both incl.. in the sub
division made by Jacob P. Clark and
1 Edward B. Cottrel, trustees (ot part of
lot No. One (1) in a subdivision ot a tract
. of land called "White Haven" among the
heirs of Abner Cloud for the Palisades of
i the .Potomac Laad Improvement Company,
I MM I BuMivhion bclu
recorded in tn
office of the surveyor of the District of
Columbia la hook, county a, page 15
Terms of sale. One-third cash, and tho
balance ln one and two years. the deterred.
Ptijnu-jit u be represented by the note- ot
the purchaser, bearing interest at the rata
or six (6) per centum per annum from day
of sale.payableseml-annually.and secured
by aflrstdeetiof truston theproperty sold
or all cash, at the cptionuf the purchaser.
All conveyancing, recording nnd notarial
tees at purchaser's cost. A depositor S50
on each lot will be required at time of
sale, and if terms of sale are not complied
with within ten days rrom dav of sale tho
trustees reserve the right to resell ths
property at theiisk and cost of defaulting
purchaser, arter such public advertisement
as they may deem proper and necessary.
WILLIAM W. AYRES,
WILLIAM' E. LEWIS .
TO WHOM IT MA Y CONCERN: On SAT
URD A Y. J UL Y 10 , 1897, at 10 O'CLOCK!
A. M., within the auction rooms of C.
G. Sloan & Co., 1407 G 8t. nw.. I Wttl
sell, at public auction, all goods stored
with me in the name ot Mattlc John
son, to cover storage charges, eta WILL
IAM LOWENTHAL, Jy3,5,G7,S.9
KOENIG On Monday, July 5, 1897,
JOHN 11. KOENIG. beloved husband of,
Uesiene Koenig, aged twenty-seven years.
Funeral from the residence or his mother-in-law,
vu2 tiorida avenue northwest,
Tuesday, July t$, at 5 o'clock p. m. it
i- EN .N ELL Va bm.a . i -i,lfc97, at
G:4U p iu.. MAURICE, iwjn ion of Al. S.
aud Mollle Talt Fennell. aged seventeen
months and twenty days.
Funeral on Tuesday norningat lOo'cIock
from the home of his parents. 814 First;
street northwest. Fuueial private. It
GREEN Suddenly, on Sunday, July 4,
lb97, DAVID URtKN, the beloved hus
band, or Ellen Green, at 0:30 a. m.
Funeral on Tuesday, July B, from the
People's Congregational Church. All are
o w2x.x,t.a.:m: lee.
332 Pa. Ave. 2C TV
Fir&t-clahs aervicc. 'Phoue, 1383.