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THE MOPiSrrG TIMES. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1P97.
$T.50 top coats.
We're showing a variety
of Men's Suits and Top
Coats at $7.50 that you'll
find marked $10 elsewhere.
Hobby garments, all of
'em, much dressier than
you'd expect for so little
We make 'eniourselves
that's way we don't have to
get $10. -
Gorner7t)iaiiuESts. N. W.
No Branch Store In Washington.
Jackson's Direful Warnings Fall
on .Skeptical Furs.
PREDICTED McKINLEY'S DEATH
A White H.iue Crunk "Who Is Well
Dressed and Well Edrmtcd
Called to Wurn the President of
Impending lisater and Is, Lo"kiMl
Up for Safety.
HHc jhIrcc- 1 Presidential and White
Hhsc or was leuked up las-t night
iu a odM t No. 1 police &tiition. He
In .1ofifti M. Jsckssm, and bails from
Newttrk, N. .1., where he has a wife and
In o far a apptwmiiceft go, JackMxi
Ik & great lmnvement upon the ordinary
CThNk wi cou to WasHlngUm nrly
ewty wk w M wwoicc .i luu v,ma ,
Exocrtlve. aa4, Instead, si-cures a hearing
I: pMce court Judge. He is about i
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tiitrty-three years of tige, fafchkjuably
dreaded, weara jewelry, has, plenty of
iBMtejr, Is edeoue4 and refined, looks like
a. gentttmrnn. has been stopping at
u leading hMel. Jsctcmu is a religion
crsmk Jd t srtf-oooltatd prophet.
luMeflkT tie uauvfl Utt prognitxiicntfou
to btf drcttlsted loul ht a certain high
ottiStH f the Govenuueui. he onW not
tiar "who, periiaji ihe President, u may
lie a Cahtort offfc-r. would meet wttb
MrtMfH and vtrfkwl drath very oon
IKNMlMy --tttiU tvro day. and certatnly
mM tater Mmmi October 26.
Some davs ago JhcUmki sent the Prei-i-df
m a oru.nwii cation, warning him of the
daagY.ad yetay cailedat the White
ilwwse tM offer i.is advice jwrsonaUy.
nis perwat apoearanoe and genial man
ner v.'om litii an audience "with Secretary
Teter. Re whi vtrv miwh in earnest, and
gave M advice gratuitously.
A Hketical n-jlireman heard of Jack
stmls jWophecy, mid fearing that he might
penuMMtty earty out his oiiimouti fore
Uiii iefttive Kftmartin went to the
Hotel KaJeigfc and tecurod the iK-onhet.
iMattecuir MaUiugly was called to So 1
PiaM-ja, And together with Mr. Kihnartiu
held a caiHbltctioii with Jackson. He ha
every other ImHcsiiou of Iwing a Hrfcctly
Hwe mmui. Tie insject.r ad'ised him Ut
baek twlkat ireaunent.
Jafifcftw daiuii- tiiat the future has been
revealed Ut httn by God, and that he its
mofAS futftMing his inlMdoti. He says lie
iwt !b the roWfct, of the debris at the St.
2jiM oyctoue atid escaped uuiniured. and
fu Geod Friday following saw tlie lighland
lecame &n e-agelit. lie iKedictn tin end
of h wrxld in March, 1SJI9, and tumult.
fHti'ML. tMrute. and revolution iu dif
reaaal Counirie before tliat time.
Up U a frtHMt unte ng Jackson wah a
naocei wfui t.aveUug wiesman for a larze
jteia.ihoMein C'juneiicaiHiKl haeompoKt
rianiic tttiiMic. He take Mf- imjirwoument
with the tJrf, of a niartyr and sput all
la uighl wcltiLg bis jr,)Mie1es and refus
lie : difaply Jt4d on swp(cion, as the
rre fear that ta order to carry out his
prophecy hr may attack aorae official.
ADDHHSSBD TOE WRONG LADY".
Chioauo OloLliing Merchant Clmrged
With Insulting Mr, Muyliush.
,Hwry Ktilmger, a respectable looking
ma, a lout fifty years of age, and "wlio
dalatfi te .he a -wholesale clothing mer
uhat of CMeajro, wafc amsted last night
b P4ieemaa lnunjikiuh, cliarged with iu
adting a lady on the streets.
Airi. Eva Maylmgh, abjut tliirty-five
year of xj-e. iiving at Xo. "02 C street,
waa ine cmpaiiia n-against tha man. Mrs.
Jlayhag! m dwn town yesterday evi-n-ia.aad
-while waJtclng quietly and aloneon
PoHRtgrivairia avenue Ettiinger appninch
eH her, Rnd she charges aldressed her In
oHdeariug tue. .iiMl tried to induce her
Vegt in a ar-iage and take a drive with
bim. Mru. Mayiuigh walked on hurriedly.
ztHl at firt will no attention to tlie man
-wb itiHued to walk by her side an J
jiar.stfd la inn advances.
Piually, whea he drew away from him,
Mrs. Mayiitrii alleges, be made a groly
lBtttHr rtnark to her and Jumped In
a cah and ordered the driver to hurry
Mr. Vlayhngh hurried o until slie met
PHomui TompMus and made complaint
ta Wen. Tlie officer rati after the man
ftr severs! lc-s ntn filially overhauled
lata and took Wra u No. 1 Oation, -where
lie wa loei'.-d cm.
Oiibuiti "Waives Examination.
Mr. TtHtmas O. Taarlwr, attorney for
Frederfck C. Coburn. -wuo is charged "with
einboralins nuuey trom ttie United States
Government, yesterday waived examina
tion for ! dtent befm-e United States
OaBHixi!e4otter Sairwel C. Mills and will go
i Uie higher court. The Government was
raprefHMtlel by A4titt District Attor
I-a IjucmI Hitppcnines.
"WMla Kcoaody. a native of Germany,
was arrowed by Poiieeman Steleimaun
Harry Jddetm. aged twenty-two years,
a hlaok smith. locked tip In No. 7
station for oarrviag u revolver.
The oape of Lewis Patten, aged fifteen,
charged with neat larceny from Archie
Minor, will oumv up in the police court
Joseph Bateman. twenty-one years old,
Who assaulted William J. Tranklln about
a weak aso, was arrested by Policeman
Curtis l&st evening.
William Davis, a fifteen-year-old colored
boy, wa: arrested by Policeman MoDonald
on a warrant ewora out by Alphonsla
oi'c?, chnrsios him with assault and
SUCH TIE PIS Hi
Collieries Filling Up With Their
WARRANT SERVED ON MARTIN
The Sheriff and HI Deputies Who
ITired on I he Ilnzleton Miners to
lie Tried The MilUiiry Authori
ties GIvIijk Way to Civil Proc
esses Improved Outlook.
Haxlcton. l'-. Sept. 20.-There Is every
indication that inside of a few days ail
tbe collieries in the Lehigh coal field will
hare resumed operations The determina
tion nl" I'm men of the Lehigh and WUkes
barrc Coal Company to return to work
has broken the backbone of the strike.
The south side collieries of this Company
opened with their full quota of men Una
torning, and no furtlter ccssutlons of work
ap exycled. As a piccaution against
potaiblc violence, tcven companies of the
Eighth Keghnenl. accompanied by a Cat
ling gun, had been stationed in the dis
trict, but tiieir .--erviceb were not required.
i hen the whistles at the Lattimer break
era blew at 6 o'clock tins morning rull two
thirds t.f the employes of Calvin, Pardee &
Co. responded. Matters were progiessing
favorably and the orficers in command of
the picket line or troops -were just con
fcidering the a'vh,.billiy ir withdrawing
them, -when ?uddenly about fourscore
Hungarian and Ilnlian women attempted
to swoop down upon the work. The com
mander hi the troops Col. Mattes, of the
Th.rtcciith Regiment, in order to frighten
the women, orilere 1 the troops to fix bayo
nets and then to advance slowly. The
women vcrc armed with sticks and stones.
They retrained sk.wly and Willi laughter,
but not intll the bayonets weic comiugtoo
A. il.r. .,l.lt...-LJ 1...,-.. nlCA 1 T I 0"1 li It Mil.
incident U.iJerert more upon the farcical
than -lite dtinati , and it passed on witn
good nnttiie on lolh sides.
All the Coxc colnetles at Drifton, the
mines at Ecklcv and the Cranberry , Crystal
Ridge and HHrwood'-ollleries resumed op
Ilrncii warrants for the arrest of Sheriff
Martin and 1h ibqiuties wore issued by
Judged Lviiei. jim ,i ..net m vlii:e-.burre
tiMlav, n! put into the hands of Gov.
- ' " '
M,.Kw. a,, 0jl2tlly Detective Eckert for
rvi0P. rltk. a lcft w nuebarre In the
,.,., f .1;,.,.,., ., rvwlthe war-
rants upon all the deputies he could find.
I They wer aot taken into custody, butvill
; pr.yeI togetler to Wilkenbarre tomoiruw
morning :o appsur b-fore the judges hnuing
j tliev.-iiraut.. In view of these proceedings
I the lgimin itt I lUi infiuerts ha- b.en post
j (Knifd frmii TueNhty until Wednesday.
! Geu. Gobin did not interfere with the
f-ervtHg of the warrants, for the reason:
UK tie Kavs. that now the eivi! authorities
were able to proti-t those arrested.
1 did iHt a!lw those warranto to be
served Ruturday n weekigo," said the
genera', -Mwcause from information time
eauie to ne, it was almost certain that
the deputies, if arrested then, would
have btcn subjected to persoinl violence,
ir not tilled outright. Now, however,
thinga have changed, and besides these
warraut3 are issued by the judges of a
regislar NMrt and not by a justice of the
Costly TriHips at Huzletou.
llamslmrg. Pa., Sept. 20. Adjt. Gen.
Stewtrr UMiiy directed 1,000 blankets to
be snipped to Ilnzleton for the use of
the Nittonal Guard Tin. troops now at
Hazlcion are osting the State about
$37,000 jHir week. Nothing isaldllere
alniBt recalling them, but if present con
ditions continue some of the regiments
will probably be ordered home In a few
ANTI-AI.0O" LEAGUE WOHK.
Arrangements llelng: Made for u
Series of 3Iash Meetlncfs.
Tlie'Antl-Saloon League met last even
ing at itt lieacbiuartcrs, C23 Louisiana
avenue northwd-t Provident James L- Ewin
iu Uh? chair. The call of organizations
MiE.wedthatthirty rganizations wererepre
Previous to tlie opcniingof the meeting the
committee on pro tots organized, with Mr.
A. E. Slioemaker as chairman. At the sec
retary u de-k the committee on "revival"
gatliered, with Mr. Jesse C. Suter as chair
man. The executive committee held its
usual weekly meeting, twelve members be
a deep Interest was manifested in the com
mittee reports. Arrangements were made
for a miss meeting to be held Sunday,
October 8, at 8 p. in., at Pletcucr M. E.
A prpss committee, consisting of Mrs.
Clinton Smith, Mrs. Sarah Smith and Mrs.
M. E. Hamlin, was appointed. Mr. Can
field, for the committee on co-operation,
reported credentials from one new organi
zation, which were presented by Mrs. S.
The committee on temperance revival re
ported a plan for holding a series of meet
ing." similar o thote held one year ago
in tho Pound ry M. E. Church, and sub
committees were apolnted on securing
-peal:ers, on decoiations, on press, on
finance, on ushers and on music.
Capt. Tlioiiias G. Orwlg, of DeftMoincsi
Iowa, made a brief speech, In which he ex
plained the situation in that State rela
tlvetotlieliQuortmffic. A HOTEL MAX MOSSING.
WlK-reuhonls of Jlannger Holmes,
of the Jefferson, Unknown.
Manager Holmes, ot the Jefferson Hotel,
at Sixth street and Louisiana avenue, is
said to s missing, together with some
valuable papers, including certificates ut
stock in the hotel company, and other
property He l.as not been about the
hotel Tor nearly two weks.
Some time ago Mr. Holmes Is said to
have signed the hotel company's name
to a note for upward of $300, given to
a Louisville firm in payment for a largo
quantity of silverware and other hotel
furnishings, without the consent or advico
ot the company. Several days ago the
Louisville firm brought suit against tho
hotel people to recover the money on the
note, upon. which payment was refused,
and the cae will come up before United
States Commissioner Mills thih afternoon
at 2 o'clock.
Uunaway on Ninth Street.
A team belonging to Brown Brothers,
of No. 027 Thirteenth street noithwest,
took trignt and ran away from an alley
between Ninth and Tenth and Westminster
and !P.srreets northwest, about 5 o'clock
yc&terd.iy evening. The horse ran down
.o T street and In turning the corner nc
Ninin street ran against the front steps
or No. 1S0S) Ninth street northwest. The
railing of tlie steps was damaged and
the K'e of the wagon broken. No one
To Cure n Cold in Ono Day
Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund the money if it fails to
cure. 2fic. eeS-tf
EHN15ST P. HALDWIN DEAD.
Auditor for the Treasury a Victim
Mr. El-neat V. Baldwin, for many years
auditor for the Treasury Department, died
at Atlantic Cicy yesterday morning. Mr.
Baldwin had been In ill-health for some
time, and it was believed that achaugeof
air would result In restoring hint to robust
1'oulth Tie went to A Untitle City about
ten dayt ago. and then had an operation
perfor.ned for appendicitis.
The operation was not successful and
rcsuUi'd iu his death.
Mr. Baldwin wa- lorty-seveti years of
age and well known in this city through
his long connection with the Treasury
Department, whr-re he rendered faithful
and efficient service to the Government.
He v as barn In Bladensburg.Md., In 1851.
rind M-ren in the -shvj- during the war
as an apothecary on the United states
ship Pen.)boot of the North Atlantic
In li"l lie moved to Missouri and en
gaged in the prnctteo of law there. He
was prosecuting attorney for three terms
mid was a member of the State senate
iroin the Twentieth dsitrlct. In August,
1S85, he was appointed chief of a. division
in the office of the controller of the cur
rency, and two months afterward was
Appointed di-putv first auditor, iu which
he rendered excellent service
He was piominetitly identified with the
work of revising the methods ot business
in the Treasury Department. "While dep
uty firi-t auditor be was illrecifl by the
Secretary or the Treasury to take charge
of and instruct the representatives sent
by tne Japanese government to this and
the government-4 or Europe to investigate
their financial methods, with a view to
formulating a financial system for tho
now forn. or government granted by the
Emperor of Japan.
In thlswoik he visited European coun
tries and Japan, and was thanked by the
government rt Japan for his services. The
sjt.tem he recommended was adopted by
Japan, und is now in successful operation.
In March, 1893, he was made auditor ot
he Treasury, and served In that capacity
until June b last.
Mr. Baldwin residence Is at Laurel, Md.
He leave.? a wife and three children two
daughters and a son and his daughter is
at present employed In the Treasury De
partment. He has had since the severance
of his "onnectious with the Treasury De
partment a law office In the Randall build
ing, r-n G street, between Fourteenth and
Fifteenth sliectfi, and carried on there a
PAMGU3 DENTIST IN TOWN.
Evans, of Pnris, the Guest of
Ills Washington Nephew.
Dr. Thomas W.Evans.ot Paris, afaraous
dentist, is in the city, making a short
stay at the A rllngton. With Dr. Evans Is
his friend and traveling companion, Arthur
E. Valors, a well-known lawyer of Paris.
Dr Evans during his stay in the city
will be in a manner the guest ot Dr.
W. W. Ft-nns, the well-known Washington
dentist, who is his nephew, und one of his
nearest relatives In America.
The Parisinncani'to this country on this
tripa'-companylngthebodyof his wife, who
died in Paris a few weeks ago, and who
was buried last week. He Is now making
a short tour of the country which he left
over fity years ago.
Dr. Evans has pulled and filled tho fpth
of every royal personage in Europe lor tbo
las" thirty years, except Queen Victoria.
Napoleon III. was his first royal patron.
The fame of his first bkillful treatment ot
Napoleon's teeth spread through all the
royal ourt. and fortune has followed him
ever since. He soon became the fashionable
dentist of Europe. lie has amassed im
mense wealth f rym themunlficentfees paid
him by his patrons.
Dr. Evans visited this country once be
fore, In 187G. but except ror a abort
stav then, has lived all his later life in
Churned W.UU Passing Bad Coin.
"William Hudson, colored, w,as arrested
last bight by Policeman Bermen, charged
by David Smith, a colored newsboy, with
having pt-ssed upon him a counterfeit 25
cont piece. The boy alleges that Hudson
purchased a paper of him and in payment
gave him the bad money- The boy did
not detpct It until ho attempted to get
it changed, Hudson was locked up In
often lead a man to
do valiant deeds and
impossibilities. What will not a man
do to break out of
the prison cell of a
tyrant? But the
same man, imprisoned in the charnel-house
of ill-health will but too often idly, and
without an effort, await the approach of
death. There is but one way to meet and
overcome the deadly disease, consumption.
It is to grasp the best weapon at hand and
valiantly beat down the barriers of disease.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is
the best and only sure weapon to use in bat
tling with consumption. It cures oS per
cent, of all cases. It purifies and builds up
the blood, and drives out the disease germs.
The lungs cannot long remain diseased that
are constantly renewed by rich, red, arterial
blood of the best quality. When the lungs
are supplied with pure blood, the germs of
consumption are soon rendered harmless.
The "Discovery" also -contains elements
that steady and strengthen the nerves, and
it is the best medicine for those suffering
from loss of sleep, brain fag and overwork.
Thousands have testified to the great bene
fits received from this wonderful medicine.
Miss Mary Whitman, of East Dickinson,
Franklin Co., N. Y., writes: "For nearly ten
months X have had a bad cough, and instead ot
getting better, it grew worse, uutil I was ad
vised By a friend to try Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery. I hesitated at first, for it seemed
to me nothing would give relief only death. My
parents were auxious about me, aud I was said
to have consumption. I tried Vour medicines,
and before I had taken many doses there was a
treat change. Wfiea the second bottle was
empty I am thankful to say J had no cough and
was a great deal stronger Many thauks to the
'Discoverer of such a medicine."
If you want a $1.50 doctor-book in paper
covers free, send 21 cents in stamps. For
French cloth binding, ten cents extra.
Address, Dr. E. Y. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
io milium 10 spum
Continued from First Page.
Kiddle tiny portion of the debt occasioned
by the war upon her; while, on tho other
hand, if she ace- des to mediation auequlc
able and propei distribution of the debt
cau h made, and an indemnity tald by
Cuba I urge enough to equal a fair valua
lion of Hpauiiih property iu the island, or
to offset ib proportion of the Spanish debt
Incurred in the effort to suppress the
These facts will be set before the Duke
of Tctuiin by Minister Woodford hi a . aw
fully guarded maimer, and they were prob
ably the subject-matter of the interview
he had Suntlay. Spain will be giveu
time to think b'cr the matter, and no
further steps l will be taken until eomc
reply In giveft, provided It is apparent
there is no m'tentum of delaying such re
ply to the representations of Minister Wood
ford. what the reply will be is a matter for
conjecture purely. Sfiain can hardly af
ford to ignore the suggestions made by our
minister. It she does the President will
ing gone thus far; It will be imposfclble to
retrace. If Spain Ignores his suggestions
then will come llie steps pruimrutory to
the ultimatum which may yet be necessary.
It Is said th't'fc It n. answer has been re
ceived by the time Congress again meets
(he President will send a message to Con
gte.ss In which attention will be culled to
the inhumanity of the war under Un- pres
ent methods of lis conduct; to tho great
loss to this nation in commercial matters
as a consequence of the war, and, finally,
to the indignities heaped upon American
citizens and the lepeated violations 'if
treaty rights on the part of the Spanish
Thin message will probably inform tho
American people that the Administration
hah endeavored to solve the problem peace
ably .'nd diplomatically, but that Spam
refused to accept tho mediation of
fered her In such good faith, and that
the Administration, acting in the inter
est of this Government, was compelled to
bervo notice upon the mother country
tnat unless the war was ended within a
specified period this Government would
nctively Interfere to that end.
This Is the ultimatum that Is possible
but which has not yet been Issued It
will be some weeks before the situation
reaches that critical stage if it progresses
along the ordinary lines. The hot blood
of the Spaniard may precipitate a cilsis
ul any lime, however, but if that crisis
comes It will be because the Spanish
people want it cud not because ot any
act of this Government.
.McKENNA SEES McKINLEY".
Consults, the President on the "3oc
tluu 22" Questitn.
Attorney Guneral McKcnna made two
calls on the President yesterday, one
lu the morning and one at 3 o'clock. It
is suggested that these culls possibly may
have lmd romc connection with his de
layed decision on "section 22." This
opinion with regard to "section 22" ot
the tariff bill, relating to discriminating
duties against foreign ships and railroads,
has been held up from day to day for
nearly a week now, though it has been
promised to the newspaper men every
day. It la understood, however, that It
is sure to see tlie light today.
One quite generally accepted theory with
regard to this deluy Is that Attorney
General McKcnna has changed his mind ut
least oe.ce since he began the writing ot
the opinion. The general feoling at pres
ent Is i bar the opinion will be averse to the
broader on s-ruction of the section, and la
this way favorable totho Canadian Pacific,
-and the new hngiish roads whlct- were
represented by former Secretary Carlisle
and Assistant Secretary Hamlin In the
urgument before the Attorney General. The
document Is five thousand words long.
CHAPKN VISITS THE CAMP
Democratic No'iiiince for Governor
Among the1 Silver Men. '
-Senator Jones, 'of Arkansas, Among:
the Orators Who Expounded
Springfield, Ohio, Sept. 20.-Thcrc wero
about 1,000 people at the silver camp
meeting when it was called to order this
Hon. II. L. Chapman, the Democratic
candidate for governor of Ohio, arrived
early and was given a hearty reception
at the Arcade Hotel. He was accompanied
by Mrs. Chapman, their daughter. Miss
Grace Chapman, and by Senator Mortimer
B. Taylor, of Denver, who has just re
turned from Europe, where he has spent
several months studying the silver ques
tion. A reception wus held for about an
hour In the hotel par'ors.
Mr. Chapman stated that he had been
over the State lately and fouud that the
laboring people and farmers were going
to vote for him.
Judge Claggett. of Idaho, spoke tills
Morning, and Senator James K. Jones, of
Arkansas; Mr. Chapman, Mrs. Gougar and
Judge Oliver, of Cincinnati, this afternoon.
Rev. Sam Small and M. P. Taylor ad
dressed a big meeting tonight.
YOCNG GIRL RESCUED.
Maggie Cutliek Saved From Enter
log n Life of Shamo.
Maggie Cutltck, a young girl who came
here from Wilmington, Del., to enter upon
a life of shame, was rescued early yester
day morning rrom the house of ICate
Fisher, No. 1322 D street, by Sergt Mooro
aud Policemen Curi6on and Johnson. Tho
girl is an orphan, and was reared by a
couplp of old people. When they died sho
found work in a hemp factory. The plant
shut down some time ago aud she could
find no employment.
When she reached Washington, a cab
mar directed her to the Fisher woman's
house, where the officers found her, and
brought her to No. 1 station and placed
her in charge of the matron. Yesterday
she was turned over to the superintendent
ot the -Klorcnce Crittenton Home.
Arrested for Assnult.
William Donovan, a young man, was ar
retted Inst night by Policeman Cochran,
charged with assault upon Charles Evans,
of No. 447 Now York avenue, In front
of the Grand Opera Hofise. Donovan was
locked up fit No-' 1 station and will
have a hearing in police court this morn
ing. Slashed With a Razor.
During a quarrel on Capitol Bill last
nigl.t Albert Harris.colored, slashed Charles
Newman, also colored, with a razor, in
flicting a long gcihb on his forehead.
Newman was-taken to the Emergency
Hospital, where Dr.- Jeunomann sewed up
the wound. Harris escaped after the
cutting and was -not arrested.
Genpral Miles In London.
London, Sept 20. With his aide de
camp, Gen. Nelson A. MUos arrived here
today from Paris They will make a
tour of Scotland and Ireland before em
barking for home.
Treated Alike by
1411 Penna. Ave. Adj. WiHard's Hotel.
r!piuni-c of young and middle-aged
ryorvOlrfS .men, premature ducay, or
any wasting diseases.
caused by excesses and
geueial violation or tno
laws of health cured
Strength, vitality aud
nerve power restored,
primary, secondary, or ter
tiary forms, guarantee a
cure in every case. Skin
Diseases. Blotches, Erup
tions, AcuCt Eczema, Tet
ter, Old Sores, Ulcers, Pain
ful Swellings, rrom what
ever cause, positively cured.
DK. WALKER UAKtS A 1EUal.T
OF. DISEASES OF A CHRONIC NATURE
AFFECTING THE LUNGS. THROAT.
STOMACH, BOWELS, BLADDER, SKIN
OR NERVOUS SYSTEM, AND GENITO
S5-QG A MUTH,
TREATMENT AND MEDICINES.
Dally office hours, 10 to G; Monday,
Wednesday. Thursday and Saturday till
8 p. m. Sunday, 10 to 12 in.
MUM. CROQUET COUTH
Auspicious Opening of Fourth
PRIZES FOR THE WINNERS
Mr. Wftlily Mokes a Brilliant Start
und Shuts Out Ills Opponent
More Contestants Expeeted To
duy The Games at Doth Courts
The fourth annual tournament, given un
der the auspices of Washington Croquet
Club, began yesterday morning at 9 o'clock
with every promise ot being tho most suc
cessful meeting ever held In this city.
It was announced by the management
o the tournament that the entry books
would be kept open until tomorrow, so it
is Impossible to say at this time who
will enter the contest for prizes and chum
plonshlp boners. A sufficient number t
expert players, both from abroad and from
this city, have entered aud are already
on the ground to insure the oucces of
the tournament. The weather yesterday
was Just the thing, and could not have
been more to the taste ot the players
had it been ordered for the occasion. As
a resulc, the players were out early, as
were else a large number of the lady
and gentlemen patrons of the game.
The t urnament opened at the courts,
corner of P and Twelfth streets and Ninth
street and Rhode Island avenue, with
games between Mr. W. H. Wahly and
Mr. Bryant, both ot this city, ami Mr.
M. Williams and Mr. Coleman, also of this
city. The first or these, which took place
on the Rhode Itfuud avenue court, re
sulted in a signal victory for Mr. Wahlv,
who tent out his opponent In twenty-five
minutes, after having allowed him only
one cpen shot. In ihe latter game, which
was played at the Twelfth street grounds,
Mr. "Williams won.
During the afternoon seven games were
played, with the following results: First
division, Bean won from Wahly, Duryea
won from Eean. Holden won from Dr.
Greenway; second division, Cooper won
from Hickman, of Wilmington, Del., and
Coleman won from Hickman; third divi
sion, Y eager won from Eaker, of Lang
don, and Baker won from Thornton.
Flay will be resumed this morning ut both
court at 9 o'clock. There will be a recess
for lunch, after which play will begin
again at 2 p. rn.
The local club has offered six baniUomo
prizes for the winners lu the several
divisions. The winners in the first,
second and third divisions will each re
ceive a beautiful gold medal, while the sec
ond place men will receive silver medals
ot the same design.
Up io last evening the following entries
for the tournament had been made:
First .divMon Butler, Mlddletown, Conn.;
Greenway, New York; Jacobus, Springfield,
Mass.; Strong, New Loudon, Conn ; Sisson,
New London, Conn.; Johnson, Philadelphia,
Bird, Baltimore, Md.; Harris, Philadelphia;
Veasey, Wilmington, Del.; and Bryint,
Bean, Duryea, Holden, W. H. Wahly,
and H. Wahly, of this city.
Second division Adamson, Philadelphia;
Edmunds, Philadelphia; Flinn, Wilmington,
Del.' Hickman. Wilmington, Del.; Chalfont,
Wilmington Del.; Buckley, Philadelphia,
and Cooper, Hall, Catlln, Meyers, Coleman,
Williams, and Johns, of this city
Third division Dudley, New London,
Conn.; Bilbrough, Philadelphia; King, Baker
and McNeill. Lnngdon, D. C, and Yeoger,
Thornton, aud Stein, of this city.
It is expected this list will be greatly
Increased today and tomorrow.
Maximo Lepmo, one of the most noted
men throughout Manitoba and the North
west, died suddenly at his home at Luck
Lake, Nortbwest Territory, Saturday. The
deceased was one ot Louis Riel's noted
counselors during the rebellion ot I8S0.
David Hays died in Pleasautvlllc, N. Y ,
a tew days ago, In the homestead which
had been In possession of his family for
over 100 years. At the time of his death
arrangements had been made for the
celebration of his seventy-eighth birth
day. He was one of the founders of the
New York College ot Pharmacy, and served
for many years as its treasurer. He was
also afc one time chairman ot the board of
school trustees of the Seventh ward. Iu
Judaism he belonged to the Sepnardlc
communitj. On account ot falling health,
he retired from. active business In 1S90.
His wife, whose death preceded his own,
and who left a number of children, wa3
a daughter of Daniel Maduro Pelxotto.
"Wolf Mcyerfcld, a prominent Hebrew citi
zen ot Ohio, widely known In that State, is
dead in Cincinnati, aged seventy-six, leav
ing a family ot five children. He was an
active member ot charitable organizations,
secret orders and Jewish societies, and a
trustee of a Cincinnati synagogue. He was
a man of striking traits of character. For
a great part of his life he lived In a place
In Ohio where he was the only Jewish resi
dent; yet ho was most rigid in his devotion
to the observances of his religion, o far as
was possible under thepircumstances. The
death of Wolf Moyerfeld Is regretted by
others than his -;o-reIigIonists.
Blackburn Opens Silver Campaign.
Lexington, Ky., Sept. 20. Ex-Senator
Joe Blackburn passed through here at
noon on his way to Mount Sterling, where
he opens the free bilver camvaigu in the
Tenth Congressional dlstrlct-
NEWS FROM ALEXANDRIA
Body of Conductor Fifzshnmons
Brought to His Home.
Trial of Alleged Fairfax: Incendl-
urlcs Ut-jun Lot His Watch
Accident to n Slcop.
Alexandria, Sept. 20. The body of Mr.
Charles T. Fltzslmmons, who was killed on
the Southern Railway, near Llnvllle, yes
terday morning, was brought to his late
home. 1103 Duke street, in this city, today.
The funeral will take place tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock. The accident
which resulted In the death of the young
conductor was a most peculiar one. He
was engaged at the time in the caboose
making up his report, and the train was
running at a high rate ot speed, when
the door of a box cur Tell and struck a
switch rod. This caused the switch to
turn, throwing Ihe caLoose and the rear
trupksotonecur on the side track. Several
cars were standing on the side track, and
in the collision the caboose was budly
wrecked. Mr. Fltzslmmons was found by
bib crew lying pn the floor of the cutooso
The Fairfax county court has bw-n en
gaged today In hearing testimony In the
ease or Richard Burnett, charged, with
George CMubester , with having fired the
stable or Constant Ponnet.near this city.
All the U'&timony was not in this even
lug whin court adjourned until tomorrow
All or the witnesses in the case are from
thib city. Messrs John II. Green and R
Walton Moore represent BurnettandMessrs
John M. JoluiMm and E. Vernon Ford are
prosecuting the case.
Anion Odell lost his gold watch on Sat
urday night, v hlch he claimed was taken
from his vest pocket while the garment
was hanging behind his stall In the market.
Today Officer Atkinson recovered the time
piece from Charles Allen, a small colored
boy, who claimed to have found It in a
gutter iu tront or the market. The boy's
story was not believed by' the mayor, but
on account ot his youth he was not pros
ecuted. The sloop Virginia, belonging to Capt.
Akers. tf Washington, during a squall to
day rar-. on a pile near the outlet locks
ot the canal and stove a hole in her side.
Later the disabled vessel was hauled off by
the tug George W. Tride and towed to the
American Coal wharf, where she sunk.
Messrs Thomas Walsh, Jr., 'William A.
Mcf'nbe, Charles J. Fitzgerald and George
B. Saekett, all of Washington, who were
on tlie vessel at the time ot the accident,
received a ducking.
The police were notified today that the
stable ot Richard Roberts, near St. At-aph
Junction, was broken into last uibt and
robbed of a quantity of harness. The
blable ot Mrs. Cresen, in West End, wus
also robbed last night of a set of buggy
Lewis Carrington and Joseph Churchill,
two negro members of the chum gang,
Under the apportionment of school money
for the year just completed by Superin
tendent of Public Instruction Joba E
Massey, Alexandria city will receive $5,-483.-5C,
and Alexandria county, $1,364.90.
The State apportionment for 1890 ex
ceeded that ot labt year by $23,172.10.
The will of the lale Mrs. M. A. Barton
was offered for probate in the Fairfax
county court today.
Arrangements tor the observance of the
thirty-fourth celebiatlon ot the emanci
pation proclamation, on the 22d instant.
In this city, have been completed by the
National Emancipation Club. The speak
ing will take place iu the Third Baptist
Church, at.d John M. L.mgston wilt be
the orati.r of the occasion.
Mr. William L. Hnrdisty and Miss Ger
trude V. Clark, of Bonning, D. C, were
married In thlB city today.
Chark3 Brown, a tramp, gave the police
cotviderable trouble this morning. He
rushed into police headquarters and in
sisted upon seeing the mayor privately.
When he confronted thut officiul he de
manded something to eat. An officer
was cilled to eject Brown from the build
ing, .".nd order him out of town. Subse
quently he visited several stores and was
arrc.-fd and locked up at police bead
quarters. Tbf clerk of the city sCho0i board is
sued eighty-nine permits to children to
enter the public schools.
The annual meeting of the stockholder.-.
of the Union Building Company was hel;
in this city today.
New gas mains are being laid on Prince
street, between St. Asaph and Pitt streets
The work or Improving South Lee street
was comineiiped today.
Tu the police court today Edward Sum
mers, for assai.lting Ann Francis: Albert
Williams, for assaulting Lizzie Williams;
ThomaM Smith, drunk on the streets: Albert
Miller. ll..rderly conduct, and Bobinsr.n
Tone y, lor an issault on .Mice Thomas,
were all Tint d $2.50 each, and Albert
Williai-.s charged with the larceny of .1
dog collar, was fmd $u. Leonard White,
charged with trespassing on the cars ot
the Southern Railway, and William Pruitt,
charged with drunkenness, were dismissed.
The Lamb faction, of the Republican
party will hold a meeting at Schuler'u
Hull on Wednesday night to elect dele
gates to the proposed State convention.
Mrs. L. E. Skldmorc Is ill at her home
on upper Cameron street.
Herbert, the one-year-old child of Mr.
Henry H. Blunt, who conducts a grocery
store in this citv and resides in Fairfax
county, a short distance below Alexan
dria, was the victim of a serious accident
thih evening which it is feared will result
in the child's death. The infant was
apparently suffering from his gums, and
Mrs. Blunt, in order to relieve his agony,
rubbed the affected part with laudanum.
In some way the poison ran Into the
child's mouth, and despite the efforts of
the almost distracted mother, more than
an ounce of the deadly drug was swal
lowed by the infant. Dr. Smith, of this
city, was at once summoned and adminis
tered to the little sufferer. But slight
Vopes are entertained for the child's
Workman Burned to Death.
New York, Sept. 20. While engaged
with other workmen in repairing the roof
of the Martin boarding stables, Adam Schu
bert, a frapier, was burned to death. The
fire started below him, cutting off his es
cape. The other men got out in safety.
Doesii't Like the "Hurry" Wnto-i-..
To tho Editor of The Times:
Why is it that two corporations (the
Capital Traction Company aud the Metro
politan Compnnv ) are allowed to drive
their "hurry-up wagons'' through our
streets at such a pace? The lives of our
citizens are endangered, to say nothing
ot the menacp to their property. High
strung horses are frightened, and I have
seen several narrow escapes from erious
accidents to blcvcle riders aud ladies
diiving, who have had difficulty in
getting out of the way ot these reck!e.s
drivers In two or three instances, teams
standing quietly at the curb liuve been
started otf by the clanging ot the gong
and the clattering hooffc. Is there any
special law authorizing these corporations
to maintain audi a nuisance? How quickly
a private Individual would be hauled up
and fined wero he to attempt such a
thing, uo matter how urgsnt his busiues.
BED, . .
Elsewhere they would ask vou
at least $18 for it.
Solid polished oak, Chiffonier
style full size neatly carved
front good springs.
It is an all-round excellent
piece of furniture.
This price of $11.85 is only for
today and tomorrow. Great
chances never wait; they must
be seized at once.
Our Carpet Department is an
envy tin 10 man3. Such rich va
riety of design and make, and
such low prices cannot bo
13th and F Sts.
ATTENTION WORKING MEN-M. D.
Ratchrord, president of the United Mine
Workers, andotber officials of tneorganizu.
tlon, will address a meeting at Eleotrlcal
Workers' Hall, 02S Louisiana avenue, this
evening at 8 o'clock. Members ot the
executive council A. F. ot L. will alto ad
dress the meeting. it
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 21, 1S07-
The annual meeting of the stockholders
or -THE UOLD MINING CO." will be held
at the orfice of the secretary. 134. C st-
se., on MONDAY, the 4th day or October,
ibb7, ror the election of uine directors.
Polls open from 4.30 to 6 p. m. Stock
book will be closed Tor transfer of stock
from this date. Full attendance requested.
L. K. BROWN. Secretary.
NOTICE -The confectionery aud cater
ing business heretofore conaucted by
F. Freund, at 815 Tenth street northwest,
will lie continued by me at the seme place.
Wedding receptions aud banquets a spe
cialty. I would call special attention to
my spacious banquet parJor. where I
have every facility to furnish large or
small parties. Thanking my friends and
the public for their liberal patronage in
the past, I hope by giving my personal su
pervision to the business, to merit a con
tlnuance of the same.
MRS. ELI ZABETH FREUN D,
se20-Ct-em 815 10th bt. nw.
THOMAS DOW LING CO.. Auctioneer.
612 E Street N. W.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE LOTS
ON THE PALISADES OF THE POTOMAC-INTERSECTION
DUIT AND HRW CUT ROADS, DIS
TRICT OF COLUMBLV.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated
the 13th day or November. A. D. 1891, and
duly recorded In Liber No. 1633, folio
326, et seq., one or thj land records of the
District of Columbia, and at tbe request
of the party secured thereby, we will sell
at public auction, in froat of the prumlses,
on TUESDAY, THE 2faTH DAY OF SEP
TEMBER, 1S97, at 4 O'CLOCK P. M., all
those certain pieced or parcels of land and
premises situated In the countyof Washing
ton, District of Columbia, and known and
designated as follows, to wit. Lots num
bered one tl), Siveu (7 5o fifteen (15, both
inch, twenty-thre-j (23) and thirty-five 133)
to rorry-stx (46), both tnct.,iu the subdivis
ion made by Jacob P. Clark and Edward
B. Cottrel, trustees (or part of lot No. ono'
(I) In a subdivision of a tract of landculled
"White Haven" among ihe heirs f Ab
ner Cloudi for the Paluaibs or the Poto
mac Land Improvement Company, said
subdivision being recorded lu tbe orfice ot
the surveyor of the District of Columbia in
Book. County 8, page 15.
Terms ot sale. L-ne-ihird cash, and tho
lialauce in one and two j ears, tbe deferred
payments to be rej respnted by tbe notes of
the purchaser, bearing interest at the rato
of six (6) per centum 1 er annum from day
of sale,paable semi-annually . and secured
by a fustdetd of trtst on the property sold
or allcasb.at the option ot the purchaser.
All conveyancing, recording and notarial
fees at purchaser's cost. A deposit of $50
on each lot will be required at time ot
sale, and if terms of sale are not complied
with within ten days from day of sale the
trustees reserve the right to resell the
property at the risk and tost of defaulting
purchaser, after such public advertisement
as they may deem pioper and necessary.
HOTEL Dl! SECTOR Y.
is conducted strictly upon tho European
plau lor the summer months, with cafa
cuarges as moderate aa any lint-das
restaurant in the State. Uooq rooms can
ne had lor $!.&'. per day and upward,
Broad wayand29tbst-, New Yore.
Henry J. Bang, Prop'r.
Kooms with board $2.50 per day and up-wurds-
Kixjuis without board 51 and up-ward3-
Most central in tnc city, near all elevated
roads, street iar llnea, principal places of
amusement, business centers and tbe largs
Broauway Cable cars, passing tbe door,
Jransrer to all parts of the city-
STEAM HEAT JylfKlmo
li BEL DEN. l'rop-r.
W. &. TELLER, Mgr.,late or Beu
Ton to. l'a.
51:. Gu to 5 per Cay.
Pennsylvania ave., bet. Utn and Ttnata.,
'y7-3mo Washington. D. O.
COPLEY SQTJASE HOTEL.
Huntington Avenue and Exeter SUeet,
New, elegantly appointed, strictly flro
nroof. Lccatloii unsurpassed In tbe city.
Three to eight minutes trom principal sbop
plngcenters, theaters, etc. American plan,
3.50 per day ami upward. European plan.
51.5H perdayamtupwanl. F S.KISTEER
& GO. aul6-3mo-era
Cor. 11th street; and University place
One block west ot Broadway. Noted
:or two twngs
First-class rooms at 51 per day aud
upward; on tho European plan.
L. it E. FHENKLR
J". "WXLLIA-Iil LEE.
332 Ia. Ave. N. W.
FJrst-eIui. service. XHoue. 1385.