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THIS MORyiNG TITLES iTPPSDAY, JUXY 15, 1897.
PHBL HILTBT HISSIHG
Disappeared From Her Home
hnddenly a Week Ago.
THOMAS 0. ANDEIhON ACCUSED
SIio llode Away on Her Ilicyelo ami
Tins Not Been Seen iWM Mr. Ar.
tleruu Denle All Knd-vvludm of
Her "Whereabouts IH-Trealnieut
Within a few -weeks two daughter have
disappeared from tlic home of Mr. Louis
Maltby at; 90S L"btreet northwest The
youngest or his three girls left, home
some weeks ago and has not returned
Bit whereabout are how known, but ru
ieaim for her leavmgaiul Tor her continued
absence is given The second runaway
dauglOer. .jaibs Pearl Maltby, left home
on Wednesday night a week ago, and lias
not yrt tioen louad, nor as yet aie there
HHre than very slight clews.
Miss Peart Maltby, the heroine of the
fcecond romance, weal Ja so abrupt and
ho peculiar a manner that lief disappear
ance is causuig mU(tU interested coimneut
On Wedaewlay afternoon, a week ago,
bc went for a bicycle ride vftti a young
man tiamed Brower, and has uot been
t-oen Mnec. A few days afterward me
t-eeun-d her trunk and belonguigs from
hex home clandestinely. The police lia.e
bim notified, and are making a search,
Uwt have as yet nothing to report
VUve are two uieoiies about her dis
upperanec Her parents accuse Mr.
Thoroae O. Anderson, a Well-known busi
nucb man, of inducing her to leave her
home Mr. Anderson is a married man.
TWs gentleman lias told the police and
lie last night toid a 'limes reiiortei, that
he has not seen the girl since she Jolt
name aod that he has had absolutely
iKttMng lo do with her dlsuppoarauce.
Mt. Anflprson l:as n theory, too. He
ha lH-en an intimate friend of the farad
for two years. He says that Miss Maltby
lms been mistreated at home, and tint, he
lHtevcs she left because she couid not
Uy with her parents. There is goixl eir
ce;ati&l evidence of botli theories.
Mies Maltby told her parents on Wednes
day that she was going for a long bicycle
lWe Inlo the country. She rode off Willi
yootig Brower, but did not return when
rtc was expected. Her parents becante
frightened and went to Brower. This
yotang an is apparently entirely innocent
of Wei flight. He seemed much Mirpried
awl told Mrs MalUn that Iwr daughter
ld iert lrtm after an extended jaunt at
Seventh staeet and New York avenue,
stating that site preferred to return home
Mis Maltby went away tn iter older
dtsteer's bicycle. She twk wltli her also
a tBaiMonrt ring and otliei jewelry belong
ing to'her slater.
Nothing whs heard of the girl until Fri
day moToiHg when Mrs. Maltby received
a letter from her-daughter in the morning
imSl. "I am ashamed to come Ircine,'
she wrote "I must bee vou. Please
omoc down to Eleventh street, between
Woodward & Lotlirop's and the Palais
Royal t 10:30 and 1 will meet you tltere "' :
Mrs. Maltby ansirered this letter lm
racdlntely In person, but was grievously
dtaapotntd Her daughter did nut keep
the appeiirtwieat When, after waiting
home time, rfie retttrned to her home she
fouod that the letter had lieen only a
iuw to get her awas from home. Her
daughter had been at tlie house during
1ki absence and taken away every tiling
belonging to hei in lier trunk.
O tatunlirthe Maltby, tlien thoroughly
frightened and indignant at the man they
believed to be rc-iwmjlble for their trouble,
put tlK matter in the bands- of the police.
Mr. Maltby went to police headquarters and
told everything lie knew of the facts and
all Ms ideas.
Barly yesterday morning Mr. Maltby re
oelveA a Htessfcge giving him an address
and rtaitnt; that a gentleman who would
nreet Win there could give liim inforinatlon.
It w perhaps a ruse, and pcrh-ips a failure
to fceep an appointment, but Mr Maltby dis
covered inciting at the address.
Alls Maltby is lender but very hand
somely rwrmed, with a pretty face. She
luft large, dark eyes and dark hair.
She is a most vivacious girl, and wll
IttseU by the young people of the neighlior
lKMtd, epecliiHy tlie young men. It is
as-erted that Mie has a disposition to
flirt. She wore on her bicycle trips a
very natty habit, with abbreviated r-fcirt
URfl pietty ieggins
Mr. TJhjbihs O. Anderson was formerly
In the real estate business. He Is now
running a madhouse near Fort Myer
-Itaikies." Iwit Has a home at 204 G
atf norUiwost. The fact or his eon
neetlrtH wiii the Malttiys as far as they
are known, are very simple, ne has been
luttiuatc wit!, the famHy for two ye.rs
It Is tueited Jiy them, lioAvever. that they
weie nrt wai lie was married until two
Mr. Andersounaheen on t lie very frhnd
!lst tenns witli tlie family. When they
moved to tieir present uldress. No. 008
Ij street, on the first of May, Mr. Ander
hNi imdc tlu' busineRs arrangemenLs for
the renUngof tlie house- He paid the rent
oh tlie first or May and June for Mr
MnlUy xnd aureed to pay it for another
rtonth. Mr. Anderson lias been on iery
friemlly teniw with Pearl for all tlie two
year of their acquaintance. i
When the Maltbys learned that Ander
wm wat, a married man, some weeks ago,
they forbade his cer coming to the liouse
again Since that time Mr. Anderson
adkwjivle.igcs lming been, on tw or
three oocaMons, In the vicinity of the
house. HU reasons were not, he said,
In anv way connected with Pearl.
Mrs. Maltby called on Mrs. Anderson
soon after lier daughter's disappearance.
Slit learned. It was stated, that Mr
Anderson had been absent from home on
the- night the girl left home
It is staled by Mrs. Maltby that Mr
Anflerwn. when nccus-d by her or being
rnairlpd while paying her daughter at
tentions made the direct statement that
he wns not married, but dmnly liart a lady
at his place as housekeeper. This Mr
Anderion denls absolutely.
Mr. Anderson's statement to a Times
reporter Is as follows:
1 am the best friend Maltby ever had,''
besaid. "ne was in the Government serv
ice some time ago, but lost his position
Since then he has been in serious money
difficulties and ln5 had a hard time. I
biivc Ftood by him all tlie time. I have
paid the rnntor hU present home sincere
riMHrctl into it, I have helped him in
nteuiT other ways.
"Mr Maltby had two boarders not, long
ago. neither )t whom deemed disposed to
pay any board bill. One of these men was
a favorite of the family, though he never
paid their rent Tor them. They knew that
he was married, but allowed him to be
as friendly a6 possible with Pearl. She
did not like him, and incurred her parents"
displeasure by refusing to take drives and
excursions with him.
"She was treated very badly by them
on this account. Jfotwlthstandlng this con
dition of things, this man Induced Maltby
to give up his friendship for me and forbid
me the house. I wanted tu secure a settle-
Be Indelibly Printed
On Your Memory. .
Mil renna. Ave. Adj. Wiliard'a Hoiel,
Cures Where Others -Fail.
Are you of tlie vast number who suffer
rrom the miserable, wearing feelings which
inevitably are co-exislcnt with
Cons ipatlon, Dizziness,
nervousness, Chilly Sensations,
Stomach roubles, Headaclies,BacKaches
General Weakness, Despondency.
Ho you suffer from CATARRH,
A&TH.M-Y, PIUKo, BUUM.HIT1.-5, RHEU
ViA'l ijsM, NEL'AL,CtlA, SCIATICA, LUM
BAGO, FEMALE TROUBLES, HEART
DISEASE, BKIUHT'S DISEASE, BLAD
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PLAINT, MALARIA, CHRONIC S1C1N OR
S5.00 A MONTH
Is the highest fee charged medicine in
cluded. baby office hours, 10 to 5; Monday, Wed
nesday, Thursday, and Saturday till 8
p. in,; Sunday, 10 to lii.
3 CONSULTATION FREE. "u
ineut with the gentleman for various In
sinuations .no made against me, and waited
for him on two occasiotis at the corner of
Mm tli and L sireei.s J he Maltbys learned
of my vials on both occasions.
"Pearl Maltby has left home to avoid
the star boarder and to escape fiom 111
tieatment. It is niy belief that she is m
New i'ork. and that she will never return
to her father's house "
Mr: Andt-rson spend a good many hours
a daj al "Buntles " He is known to stay
at his home duiing the night. His alibi
with relation to Pearl Is a very good one.
Information was received by .i rimes
reporter laht night on very good authority
that Pearl's trunk was sent to the Balti
more and Ohio btatlon from her home.
STALEY HELD FOR LIBEL
The Grand Jury "Will Investigate
Charges Made hy White.
Senator Gear Heeeived a Luttcr
Sent by St u ley Operated Ag.iiut
The cnjse of Tliomns J. Sfaley, the real
estate agent, charged with libel by Roburt
E. L Willie, who was nominated to be
justice of the peace for Bnghtww.rt, and
whose nomination was subsequently with
drawn by the Pre.-ident, was called before
Judge Kimball m the police court yei-ter-dny
for a preliminary hoarlng. Mr. Staley
u-(ts held for the action or the grand Jury
In $300 bond
The first witness was Senator J. II. Gal
llnger of New Hampshire, who testified to
ha ving had the alleged libelous letter turned
over to him by SeuatorGcar.to whomitw-as
Mrs Lock wood, who appeared as coun
sel for the defense, asked: -"This was
sent to you in your legislative capacity,
Senator Gallmger I assume so. I pre
sume the author wished to inform me that
the appointment should not be made
Mi J. D. Ballmger was next placed on
.the stand for the purpose of Identifying the
Pai'dwriUng of the defendant.
His Hentificatou was not complete.
"V. II. Gould was next introduced as a
witness to identify the handwriting of
Slaley, bur, hit testimony was not ad
mitted, he having received but one letter
1 rom defendant.
Mr Ballinger was recalled and when
shown another letter by Mr. Baker, for
the United Suites, saM that he thought it
to be in the defendant's handwriting.
Mr. Robert E. L. "White, tlie complain
ant, was then placed on the stand.
After some questioning to ascertain if
there lad ever been any trouble heretofore
between Mr. Staley and the witness, Mrs.
Loc-kwootl, for the defense, asked:
'"If. White, was an apology made to you
after the tending of the alleged libelous
"I object!" fchouled the prosecuting
attorney, and Mi. Classic, fcr defense, in
They were overruled and the letter of
qpology, which has already been pub
lished in The Times, was then handed to
the witness and identified by li'm as one
of the letters which hi- had received.
In disposing of 'the case Judge Kimball
"I will send the ease to the grand
jury, and as Mr. Staley is now under
pergonal bonds he will appear in court
tomorrow and I will then require a bond
DEFHSDED HIS "WIFE'S NAME.
'Bessie .Stacey's" Husband Knocks
Down an Insulting lluftlan.
People who were in attendance at
crim'nal court No. 1 yesterday when the
case ngninstMrs. James A. Taliaferro, nee
Bessie Stacey, was nol prossod by District
Attorney Davis, noticed Mr. Taliaferro
earned his left arm in a sling and showed
o'hei evidences of bociilj' Injuries.
The wound on the arm was explained
yc-terday. Young Taliaferro took his
wife to Virginia last week on a visit.
"When they were returning two young
mn appeared at the railway -tntion where
they took the train, and approaching Mrs.
Taliaferro, proceeded to make familiar as
well as insulting remarks to her. Mr.
lullarerro immediately knocked down one
of the young men. His companion drew a
revolver and attempted to shoot j-oung
Taliaferro, who grappled with him. The
pistol was discharged In the strangle and
the bullet passed througli Taliaferro's
hand. At this juncture bystanders Tushed
In and disarmed Taliaferro's assailant, and
all t he parties to the artray wcresepamtcd.
There were eo arrests.
The boxes arc slightly damaged,
but the tapers are all right, and It Is
hot the boxes you care about.
JTownboul a gas stove? IFe hnve
all I'inds at the lowest prices. Bht)
you examined Uie Jewel ?
616 12fch St. 1204 G St.
Continued from Plrst Page.
and useful to my government, in studying
the important Mrbjcct under coiisiderut.oii,
if Prof. Thompson's report could have been
made public with tne linjtiipiuubs wn.ch
mniKed the appearance ot that of Dr.
Jordan. In that cabo there Would !iae
bee,i ample time for boiu governments
to hae txununed the reports of tneso
two eminent scientists belore'the opening
ot auoiher sealing seasou. But it seems
to hae belter bulled tne purpose )f her
majesty's government to withhold Pror.
Thompson's leport until an opportunity
was afforded to examine that or Dr4 ,lor
diin, and thus enable the former to puss
the latter in retev, u-licise i tt, state
ments, mid. as far as possible, iiiinliui7&
its conclusions. It is not pleasant to lme
to slate that the impartial character which
it has been the custom to attribute to
the leports of naturalibts of high stai.d
ing has beer, greatly impaired by the
apparent subjection of this report to the
political exigencies of the situation."
Mr. Sherman then dives into a long argu--ucnl,
quoting Pnif. Jordan, the American
expert, in upholding his contention that
tlie seals are fast being exterminated, mid
tuat prompt action must be taken to save
them. He briefly reviews the findings of
the Pans tribunal, and criticises the man
ner in which the British government has
followed its recommendations
In closing Mr. Sherman says
"The obligations of an international
nward, which are equally Imposed on both
parties to Its terms, cannot properly be
assumed or laid aside by one of the parties
only at its pleasure. Such an award,
which, In its practical operation, Is hind
lug on on one party in its obligations
and burdens, and to be enjoyed mainly
by the other party in its benefits, is an
nwurd wh'eh, in the Interest of public
morality and pood coiifciene.c, should not
be maintained. Having in view the ex
pressed object of the arbitration at Pans
find the declared purpose of the arbitra
tors in prescribing the regulations, wht-n
it became apparent, as it did aner the
first year's operation of them, and "with
increased emphasis each succeeding year,
that tne regulations were inadequate for
the purpose, it was the plain duty of the
British government to acqufe&ce In Hie
request of that or the United States" for
a conference lo determine what l'uitner
nieanuics were necessary to secure the end
had in view by arbitration.
"A course so persistently followed for the
past three years has practically accom
plished the commercial extermination of
the fur .als end brought to naught the
putient labors and well-meant conclusions
of the tribunal of arbitration. Upou Great
Britain must therefore rest, In the public
conscience of mankind, the responsibility
for the embarrassment in the relations ot
the two nations which must result from
such conduct. One of the evil results Is
aliendy indicated in the growing convic
tion of our people that the refusal of the
British government to carry out the recom
mendations of that tribunal will needlessly
wi'-iiricenn important Interest of the I'nited
States. This is shown by the propoMtion
.'vriously nmUe in Congress to abandon nego
tiation" and destroy the seals on the islands
a the speedy end to a dangerous contro
versy, all hough such a measure has not
been entertained by this departmenr. We
bavefel- a'sured hat as it has been iiemon
ht rated that the practice of pelagic sealing,
if continued, will not only bring ii-,'lC toan
end, but will work the destruction ot a
geat interest or a friendly nation, her
majes'y's government would desist from an
net so suicidal and so unnelghhorly, and
which certainly could not command the ap
proval ot its own people.
"Tl.e President therefore cherishes the
hope that, even at this late day, the Brh
Iss government may yet yield to his con
tinued desire, so often exiressed. lor a
confer nee of the interested powers- and
in delivering to Lord Salisbury a copy of
this instruction, on will state to him that
the President will hall with great satin
faction any indication on the part of her
ma jest;. V government of a disposition to
agree upon such a conference."
I n a dispatch of April 27 Mr. Hay writes
tjiat in a conference with Erltish officers
the subject of compensation to interests
involved in pelagic sealing was mentioned,
to which he responded that the President
proposed that any modus vl vend! adopted
should contain an equitable provision for
legitimate interests involved.
On May 1 8 Sir Julian informed Mr. Sher
man that tlie. arrangement of 1894 might
be renewed "for the senliug up by i. duly
authorised officer, on the application of
the rnasier, of the arms on board a vessel
proceeding to the fishery in the Bering
Se.'., or returning to port during the close
season, but that the Canadian government
found Itself unable to concur in the wig
gestion that the skins landed from the
British sealing fleet be examined by
Acknowledging the receipt of this, Mr.
Sherman wrote to Sir Julian that this
Government would extend to British ves
sels the regulations prescribed by act
or CongN'SS for United States vessels during
the fishery season of 1897, but Sir Julian
replied that he was not authorized to
agree to their application to Biitish
The correspondence closes with a note
of July 2, from Mr. Sherman to Mr.
Ilerlnald Tower, charge d'affaires. British
ombpssy, Washington.. conveying an ex
pression of the president's regret "at the
obvious inadequacy of the proposed patrol
fleet" two vessels only having been de
tailed bv the British government for patrol
duty in Bering Sea. "Five vessels have
lieen designated by the President for this
purpose," the note continues, "and, In view
or the arr-a to he patrolled, and of the
number of scaling vessels whicn have al
ready engaged in and arc preparing to
fit out for sealing operations this season,
the president hopes that her majesty's
government will decide for the present
season to add to the fleet of three vessels
cirploycdlast season, rather than to reduce
"The President believes it to be im
possible properly to execute the laws en
acted to enforce the Paris awanl unless a
larger fleet be designated by her majesty's
"An early reply to this note will be ap
pieciated, as the President fears that, the
designation or two vessels only by her
majesty's government would be accepted
by the sellers as evidence ot an abandon
ment of the patrol, which would render It
necessary for him to detail a much larirer
fleet ot United States vessels for this
THE HI'MSS OF THE HOLTSE.
Mr. Hniley Onpeses the T'rlntlnp:
of Existing Regulations.
"When the House met yesterday Mr.
for the consideration of a joint resolution
providing for the erection or a temporary
studio for 1'ic completion of the statue to
Gen. Sherman. He said the studio is de
bited by the sculptor to further his work.
It was found necessary to secure the
special pcvmlss.on of Congress lefore the
public grounds in the vicinity of the statue
site could be used for that purpose. There
was no objection to the resolution and It
3vepref-entatlvc Cannon ot Illinois called
up the deficiency bill, and asked the House
to non-concur In a minor amendment.
Mr. Hepburn ot Iowa asked what would
be done with the armor plate section.
Mr- Cannon explained that he was willing
to have a separate vote on armor plate.but
it; .)-.,; ..
and choose from every
stitch of clolhinir in the
house (excepting' crashes
and other unlined goods),
during our semi-annual
off sale now in progress.
Dress suits business
suits bicycle suits and all
the separate pants are yours
now jor two-thirds of
Straw Hats are one-third
off, too and we've piled a
table high with some broken
iots of Men's IPurnishings
that are selling now for
about half original prices.
Cor. 7th ami E Sts. N. W.
No Branch Store In Washington.
not until the conference report on the bill
came up. He was willing to allow a post
ponement ot the armor plate question
until at ler it had come from conference.
Mr. Hepburn agreed to this arrangement,
with the uiirtei standing that thcTe was to
be a separate vote. He desired some as
surance on this point.
"I think there will be no objection to
thpt," responded Mr. Gannon
A resolution was offered providing for
the piintingnnd distribution of a number or
copies of the House rules.
Mr. Bailey of Texas called attention to
the fuct that there might be amendments
and changes made in the rules as they now
exist. He would like to see the rules ot
the Fifty-fourth Congress printed, rather
than the existing rules with their temporary
.Mr. Simpson also suggested that the new
rules be reported by tlie committee
Mr. Bailey objected to the consideration
or the resolution, and it went over
Prior to this decision Mr Page Morris
of Minnesota sought to have the Houh-appropriate
-510,000 for the relief of flood
sufferers in Mihuerotn- The amount was
to come out of ihtt .-unexpended balance
appropriated some .time ago for the bene
fit of the MisMJsnppl-flood sufferers
After some ' discussion Mr. Walker of
Msaehii8otts objected to consideration
of the resolution.
Immediately following the objection ot
Mr. Pailuy, Mr W.-tlker withdrew his op
position, but Tathofit avail, for another
opponent arose innd thus blocked the
Mr. Cannon themmoved that the House
adjourn and a division was called by the
Democrats upon the vote. A count sus
tuinedtheni'itionand the House adjourned.
ASSADLTEt) -EIS SURGEON
Thomas Fitzgerald's Vicious Work
at Emergency Hospital.
On n Drim It en Debauch, Ue Is Sent
to the Hospital He Escapes
aud Is Hecaptured.
Thomas Fitzgerald, plumber and all
around bad man, last night seriously as
saulted & rollecman, attempted to kill a
physician, aud then, alter he had been ar
rested escaped through the negligence of
the police ot the Second precinct, but was
linaUy apprehended at Providence Hos
pital, where he hud gone to have dressed
the wounds which he had received in his
Fitrgerald began operations last night
by getting very drunk. Policeman Hart
Icy, of the Second precinct, found lilm act
ing in a loud and boisterous manner and
creating a disturbance on Seventh street
and attempted to "place him under arrest.
Fitzgerald resisted and u struggle ensued
He is a large and powerful man, and, de
spite a generous use of his baton by the
ofriccr, the latter was badly beaten up and
nearly o erpowered. Be rinally succeed
ed, however in blowing his whistle and
securing help, and Fitzgerald was landed
in No. 2 station. Policeman Hartley was
disabled and his Injuries arc liable to be
Seigt. Dunnlgan ordered Fitzgerald to
be sent lo the Emergency Hospital to
h.ave the wound in his head dressed which
had been inflicted during the struggle.
Upon, reaching the institution Fitzgerald
.vas turned over to Br. Bahr for treat
uenr. while the policeman in charge or
the patrol wagon and the driver, instead
of waiting for the prisoner, deliberately
drove away and returned to the station.
No sooner had Fitzgerald been placed
upon the operating table and the surgeon
begun to sew up his Wound, than the man
bfgan to curse and swear. When Dr. Bahr
ordered him to cease he arose and made
a vicious assault upon the physician, one
of the lady nurses being present. "Seizing
the doctor by the throat, and with a fearful
oath declaring that he would kill him.
he was about in heat out his brains with
a Iieavy piece of wood which lay in the
room, when Dr. Jcunemnmi and Dr O'Con
iiot enme to the rescue. For several min
utes tlic three physicians and the watch
man struggled with the man, and finally
.u'cecded in overpowering him. When,
exhausted, they finally released their giasp
upon him, Fitzgerald made a du&h for
the door and escaped down C street.
There lie met Policeman Carlsson and
Cochran, whom he fbld he had been turned
nut of Jimcrgericy 'Hospital and wished
to be "sent to Providence for treatment.
called a patrol wagon and conveyed him
to Providence Hospital. In t!r inenn
tlme the polios attfb:2 station had realized
that their patient, had escaped, and after
an hour's time Sent out an inquiry to
locate him. He was finally corralled at
Provident Hospital and taken back to
No. 2 statiou, where lie is held on sev
eral charges of assault.
Grand Jury Indictments.
Thomas A. Semhly, alias W.H.Cooper,
alias William Smith, the politician, ac
cused on the 9th of Juno last of forging
the name of E. M. Robinson, was indicted
yesterday by the graud jury.
Indictments were also returned -i gainst
Frederick Anderson, assault with intent
to kill: -Nathaniel Bryan, assault with
intent to kill; James "Wilkins, larceny:
James Strosnydel, false pretenses; William
Lodtman, false pretenses, aud Howard
Fischer, false pretenses.
$1.25 to BnltimoT-e and Heturn via
TI. & O. 11. E.
All trains July IT and 18: valid for re
turn passage until following Monday.
''t522lsiCrawf ord Mfg Co
E. P. VAN MATER, Algr.,
The Receiver's Sale of the
Loeb & Hirsh stock offers
greater bargains in Clothing
and Furnishings than any ad
vertised in this city.
A suit for 'most
Just see the piles and piles of men's summer suits.
Too mauj entirely. Ought to be on your backs. They
will be, even though we have to pay you to put them on.
Just see what you're making by the transaction.
And you're getting the privilege of credit the privi
lege of pa3'ing for them in weekly or monthly "littles."
All the men's all
wool huits left fiom
lots which sdld up
to $1- are heing
turned over to you
restricting none tor
Think of the men's $3.50 linen crash suits going
now for $1.9S just for policy's sake just to see clear
If you can resist the temptation of such values you
certainly do uot care for economy.
HHIGIITON HKACH KACES.
Judn, by Britannic, "Wins the Dis
taff SraUcs at- Pive Furlongs.
New York, July 14. The third day ot
the Brighton Beach races brought out fully
4,000 persons The truck was dry in
Miots when the throng arrived at the course
and the sun was .shining brightly from a
cloudlets sky. As the afternoon wore on
the felcy darkened and the last three races
wore decided in a driving rain. Juda, hy
HrPannic, won the Distaff Stakes at five
furlongs, the feature of the day, after u.
drive with the Thompson pnir, L'AlouUte
and Colonial Dame. Juda was a 10 to 1
chance, and Sam Doggett, who rode her,
received an ovation. Summaries:
First race Mile and a sixteenth. Estaca,
10iJ, Thoipe, 3 to 5, won. Declare, 11 1,
Hewitt, 20 to 1, second; Ben Eder, 111,
Pimras, 3 to 1, third- Time, 1:5-1 3-1.
Second race Five furlougs. Sanders,
107, T.horpc, 3 to 5, won; Panforth.lOT,
Scherer, 1 to 1, second; Yankee Sam, 107,
Kann, 15 to 1, third Time, 1:001-2.
Third race- Six furlongs. Harry Reed,
126, SuTiUis, 4 to o, won; Premier, 11G,
Thorpe, 5 to 1, second; Set Fast, 107,
Scherer, 5 to 1, third Time, 1:10.
Fourth race The Distaff Stakes, 2.000;
five rurlcngs. Juda, 119, Doggett, 10 to
1,-won; Li'Alouetle, 122, Sloane, 4 to 1,
second; Colonial Dame, 114. Ilennessy, 4
to 1, third. Time, 1:05 1-2.
Fifth race One mile. Hanlnn. 103.
Thorpe, 3 0 to 7, won; Uenurort, 90, Gollins,
4 to 1, second; Itirie, 101, Hewitt, 3 1-2
to 1, third. Time, 1:47 3-4.
Sixth race Six furlongs. Successful,
Scherer, 4 to 1. won; ni Daddy, 113.
Thorpe, 4 to 1, second; Orion, 114, Wil
hite, even, third. Time, 1:19.
AX2MAI. CIIAIPIOX STAKES.
I3ig Event to Bo Inaugurated by
Coney Island Jocltcy Club.
New York, July 14. The Coney Island
Jockey Club this afternoon issued a notice
to he isc owners, trainers and breeders, giv
ing in detail the conditions of tlie Annual
Chtunpion Stakes, which will be inaugurated
It is to be a stake ot $25,000 for thrce-year-olchi
and upward, and will he a ron
llnucus event, to close each year on July
15, lo l.e run during "the autumn meetings,
commencing with the year 190O. Staricrs
will pay ?350 and the winner will take
Opening Day at HaTlem.
Chicago, July 14. Today was opening
day at Harlem, and there was au attractive
card, though a slow track prevented any
remarkable records being made. Sum
maries: First race -Six furlongs. C. H. "Whelan,
5 to 1 , won; 1'itrall, second; Sodthworth,
third. Time, 1-13.
Second race-Four furlongs. "Miss Gus-
The Crawford the equal jj
of I he best wheel made. ,
Ih the Htnndard measurement of
IiV.ll below .S50.00 and tlio quality
of the wlieel must .suffer pay inure
than $50.00 mid you puy for frills
or u no. me.
A perfect -wheel ut uu honest prlco
ih what the Crawford lias always
nitm-d to be aud, as lle whole
-world knows, it hat .succeeded.
lamniiTH 1111 w imiiiiiih ini 11 1 1 iiitutmi
All the men's all
wool Miits left from
lots which sold up
to SL'O are being
turned over to you
restricting none for
r0lM 515 Seventh Street.
HALL-TOWERS-At Itockville, Md.. by
the Key. Mr. White. Harrison Starr Hall,
of Brooklyn, . 1'., to Laura Louise Tow
ers, or Washington, D. O. Item
T -H''? S -Wednesday, J uly 14, at 4 a. in.,
W-V1 GATS, daughter or C. J. and
Ada uatia., aged one year, eleven months
and fourteen days.
FuneralFriday,Julyl6,atll a. in., from
her parents residence, 13(51 First street
BARKEH-On Tuesday, July 13, 1S97,
at u:JO a. in., after a short illness, FREI
ii. only son of -Mary E. and the late Jos.
i-. Barker, aud grandson of Israel S. Smith,
aged twenty-one years and twenty-five
Tr"n,"c51.roni residence or his mother,
1004 bixth street northwest today at
4-.30 p. 111. Interment at Glenwood.
.SYJ?1'-0n Wednesday, July 13, 1S97.
at 5:o0 p. m., Helen Beatrice, vouugest
daughter of John F and Maggie" McVev,
aged one year and nine months. "
Funeral services at 10 a. m., Thursday,
July 15, at 40U New y0rk avenue uortn-
Mamma and papa's darling,
May you now m Jesus sleep,
I-or the dear and loving Savior
Has Iert us behind to weep.
Too Talr for earth, her spirit hed,
To heaven's ceiestinl bliss;
1 She was too sweet, too fair, by far.
For such a world as this.
MAMMA AND PAl,
j. william lee.
332 Pn. Ave. K. W
First-eln sorviep. 'Phone. 13S3.
sie.evea, won; Gilt Edge, second: Lucayne,
third. Time, 0:51.
Third race Five furlongs. Frcston, G
to 1, won; Amy Wade second. Dlggs third.
Fourth, rnce One mile. Ecn "Waddell. S
to 5, won: Sutton second. Irish Lady third.
Firth race Five furlongs. Presbyterian,
7 to 5. won; Mary Kinsella second. Virgie
O. third Time, 1:03.
Sixth race Six furlongs- Forseen, 15
to 1, won; Wblteomb second. Brother Fred
third. Time. 1:1G 1-4.
Oft It ley Summaries.
Cincinnati, July 14. Two favorites, two
well played s-cc-ond choices, and two long
s.iots was the way they divided the purses
at Oakley today. Summaries:
First race-Five and a halt .furlongs.
ICriss Kringle. 2 to 1 , won; Sackett, sec
ond; Flop, third. Time, 1:09 3-4.
Second race Six furlongs. Frontman,t0
to I , won- Richfield, second; Cyclone, third.
Time, 1:17 1-1.
Third nice Five and one-half furlongs.
My Maryland, 2 to L, won; Azucena, second;
Alho Belle, third. Time, 1:11
Fourth race One mile. L. "W., 5 to 1,
won: Elsina, necond; J. P B., third. Time,
Fifth race -One mile. Eugenia Wicks,
Ml' I CIAL NOTICES.
EXTENSION "HIGHWAYS IN THE
1HSTK1 c '1 OK COLUMBIA Washington,
July 1, 1897. To Whom It may concern:
The commission created by section 2 ot
the act of Congress approved March ',
1893, entitled "An act to provide a per
manent system of highways in that part
of the District of Columbia lying outside of
cities, has received from the Commis
sioners or the District or Columbia a certi
fied copy of a map showing a proposed
permanent system ot highways rn the
District o f Columbia within the area
bounded by North Capitol fttrecc Florida
avenue. Eastern Branch, and the District
line. This map and plata showing in de
tail how each lot and tract is ariected by
the proposed system ot highways, are now
on exhibition in Room 9, 4th ricor.of the
District Uu.lding. All persona interested
are invited to examine the map anc1 plata.
The couiiiii'-Mon will tonsider any sugges
tion or protest concerning the locution of
anj highway or portion or a highway as
shown on the map. The suggestions and
protests oust be in wntinft and must ;c
forth clearly the reasons for the changes
and show tl.e property owned or controlled
by the objector .AH protests, etc.. must
be submitted on or before the FIRST OF
OCTOBER. 1S97. and be addressed to the
Chief on Engineers, U.S. Army. War De
partment, Washington. D. C. The com
mission will meet October 15, 1897. at 9
o'clock a. m.. in the office of the Secre
taiy or War, to dispose or all objections,
and will then Hear orally rrom thoe w 1k de
sire to thus snpport their written objec
tions. R. A. AI.UEK, Secretary of War;
C. N. BLISS. Secretary of the Interior;
JOHN M. WILSON, Chieror Engineers. U.
S. Army. Jyl2-13tjau0-15t
DENTISTRY done on weekly ana monthly
payments; crown and brtdKfc wori a
specialty DR. T- W STUBBLEFIELD.
11th and F sta ; over Mertz'a Drujc Stora.
u. u. SL.OA.ri & cu.r Auctioneers, No. 1407
U fcC nw.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IM
PROVED REAL ESTATE. NO. 716
S STREET NORTHWEST.
By virtue or a certain deed of trust dated
April lS.lsyi:, whicn nareeu uulyrecorded
in liner Kisu.at folio 204, one oCtheland
records ot trie Uistnct ot Columbia, and
at tne oxiiiuftor tne party threoy secured,
tne undersigned trustees will orrer for sale
ni pufttcuuition in froatof thepremisea.ou
AlOMJAX,tlie2TH UA OF JCLY.A. D.
iav7, at rivb o clock p. m., the fol
ioAiug K--Lnt'K land aud n remises situate
in the city ot Washington, In said District,
deMmiateu as part of original lot amm
nered 7,tn square numbered 419, begin
ning for the same on s street 40 feet ease
rn.Mii the northwest corner ot said square,
aud runmng inence ease on saiu street
26 reet, tnenee soutn U3 feet, thence
west, 20 reet. and thence nortn 23 feet
to tne place of beginning: together with
tne improvements thereon, tonstelln" of
a tbree-story imck dwelling, No. 716 S
street northwest. .
Menus ot sale: To be sold subjeot to a
prior incumbrance, trie amount ot which
wm ne announced at trie time or sJe-one-tmrd
or the purchase monev (eoc
ciuve or said prtor incumbrance)" to be
pant in cat-n, ami tne balance in twoetpml
uiKaUments at one ana two years, with
interest at per cent per annum, payable
senrt-aunualiy rrom the date ot ste, se
curea by deed or trust on the property
soki. or all cast), at the option of the pur
chaser, a deposit or S-lUO will be re
quired at tne lime or sale. All convey
ancing will be at the coet ot the pur
chaser, terms to be complied with within
ten days, otherwise trustees reserve
the ngnt 10 resell at um ns &au stof
the purciia-r m derantt.
JOlir L. DEMON,
EATCLIFFE, SUTTON & CO..AUCTIOJf
EERS, 920 PA. AVE. N W. TRUS
TEE'S SALE OF ONE THREE
STORY, NINE-ROOM AND CELLAR
ROMAN BRICK DWELLING, WITH
ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS,
BhlNG No. 1242PRINCETONSTREET
Under and oy virtue of a certain deed
of trust, dated March 5. 1S9G, aad duly
recorded, March 11, 1SI.G, in liber 2101,
folio 3o.l el seq . of the land reeorda
of the District of Columbia, default having
occurred in the performance of the terms
and conditions of the bond mentioned
and rererred to in the said deed of trust,
and at the written request or the secre
tary or the body corporate, the obligee
In and the holder and owner or said
bond, the undersigned trustees wHl sell
at publ auction, in front ot the preiHf-ei,
on MONDAY, the 12th DAY OF JULY.
A. D., 1S97. AT 5.30 O'CLOCK P. M.,
cnat p ece, or panel of laud situated la
the county of Washington. District of Co
lumbia, and fcnowi. aad Ueoieuated as so
much of lot 15, block 25. m John Sherman,
trustee's, subdivision of part of Mount
Pleasant aad Pleasant Pla.ns, now called
'Columbia Heights," as lies within the
exirrsor lines of lot 32, In Charles D.
Cnurcns subdivision ot said lot 15, a
piatot whielHa recorded In book, "Cowaty."
1 i. page .10 . one ot the recortls of She
surveyor's ofrice of the District ot Co
lumbia, said lot being iiupro cobra Hew
9-r.om and cellar dwelling, with all moitern
Improvements, the same being premises
uun.licred 1242 I'rriicrioA street norttoweso.
Terms of sale: All cash. A deposit ot
S13o will be required at time of sIe.
Terms of sale must be complied with
watun ten days from date or sale;, other
wise, the lot will be resold at nsfc and
Cos: of defaulting purchaser or purctoa.'-.-rs.
All conveyancing, recording, etc., at pux
STEPHEN TAN WYCK, Trustee,
-r,.. Washington Loan & Trust Rldg
FREDERICK L SIDDONS. Trustee.
"Washington -Loan i Trust Bids
The ano-e -ai- is TKoiitoned ur aeoouns
or the rain until FRIDAY, JULY 18,1397,
at same hour and place
STEPHEN VAN W YCK. Troatee.
Washington Loan Jc Trust Hlgg.
rREDERICK L. SIDDONS. Trustee,
Washington Loan & Trust BWg.
UNITED STATES SENATE, WASHING
TON , D C Sealed proposals for Uie fol
lowing ruel for tne Lmu-a states, Sen
ate, lor tne fiscal year ending Juae 30,
lb9b. will be received at toe office ot t&e
Sergeant-at-Arms of tne United States
Senate until 12 o'clock, noou, oa the tu
DAY OF AUGUST, 1S97, and at that
hour oiiened rn the presence or tho.- bid
ders who elect to be present, viz: 3,000
tons, rnoreor less. of bes extra hard waito
asn antiiracite coal, turaaee Mze, screened
aud free from all impurities; also fifteen.
ions more or less ot aam coal ctietitmic
size; also twenty ton?,, more or less, ot
white asli coal, free from ail impurities,
btove size; alo 1,000 bushels, more ex
less, of beit crushed coke; all coal 10 be
weighed and all cobe to be measured, and
all coal and coke to , be stored m tne
vaults of the Senate wing of the Capitol
l which are open to tlte inspection of bid
ders 1, at the exjiense ot tDe contractor;
nil In lu f!!ti.rMt nn.l criiril ?r-aiu.ka rxmuu
and in such quantities as may be ordered
v) me umiersiiieu. an coax to oe loaned
in the carts with lurks and not shovels;
the right to re-weigh the Coal, or re
measure the coke, at the Capitol building
at the expense of the contractor; also to
reject any or all proposals, or to accept
or reject any proposal for any of the above
items, is reserved by the undersigned.
Each bid must be accompanied hy the
certified check of the bunier for S100,
payable to tlie order of the Financial Clerk
or the Senate, to be forfeited to the United
States upon the failure or refusal of the
bidder to enter into aay contract awHrded
to him, checks to be returned to bidders
whose tud-j are not accepted immediately,
aad to bidders whose bids are accepted
upon execution by e.ich of tiiem of con
tract in accordance with law. Fuel fur
nished the Senate during the fiscal year
ending June 30, 189s, will be inspected
arid weighed or measured by an employe
Ot tllf. S.-lit tn ll. llncU'r.ol...l K..Ii!:
Seigeant-at-Arms Of the Senate, and for
this Inspection no charge will be made
to the contractor Rnu should be in
dorsed proposals for Fuel," and addressed
to - The Sergeant-at-Arms, United Statea
Senate." R. J. BRIGHT ,
fcergeant-at-Arms or the United States
even, won- Pnnmure, second; Harry Gaines,
third. Time, 1-44 1-2.
Sixth race-One mile. Prosecutor, s to 1.
won: Fresco, second; L. A. Moore. thinC
St. Louis Results.
St. Loids, July 14. Today's results:
First race One mile and twenty yards
Jack Bradley, 4 to 1, won-.Yirglnlus.sec-ond-.ReubenRowett,
third. Time, 1:45 1-2.
Second race Thirteen-slxteentfcs o a
mile. J.M. B., 8 to 1, won: Ferris Hart
man, second; Zarina, third- Time.l:22l-2.
Third race Suvenfurlongs. HarryDuke,
6 lo 1, won: Aquinas, second; Buekvidere,
third- Time, 1:29 1-4.
Fourth race Oneand one-sixteenth miles
Linda, 6 to 5, won: Madeline, second;
Scnlllcr, third. Time, 1:49 1-4.
Fifth race -One mile arid twenty yurds
Forsy th, 6 to 1 , won: Ardat, second; Mad
dalo, third. Time. 1:15.
Sixth race Eleven-sixteenths ot a mile.
Fred rroena. 9 to 2, won: Xolis3a,6ttx.nd;
Celia B., third. Time, 1:10.