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THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, SP5N"PAY, OCTOBER 81.- 1897
Will Be Given
If it can be shown that we hae e er re
folded U replace a iUmp that did not gn e
Real Uiamonds are no b9tter for all
purposes than tfe
Submitted to the President and
the Cabinet Friday.
V ! VV
The BUSY COmer, smanmiarteiajace:
IT MAKES RECOMMENDATIONS
Genuine 1 nQ
Barrios J) 1.1
We ar the - i nt,eiiis iu tlic Vii it ed
Stale. f'r tlie-- i a iou semi i e ions
Btiue win i ar- the it" approich
tO grUll.lie 111 t ir.l 'St, r v x c vti Tcir
the iri s, ni ii tn ii -.m M'.n lUlckli
Ut the I'ublK we will forwaid either
Ring, Pin, Stud, Earrings
(Screws or Dropsy, at
$2 Per Pair.
Or " GUAS AHTEE :
Tliev stones are
guaranteed to re
turn their luster for
ever, the moutitiugs
are lieavj rolled plate
and are warranted for
Do not confound genuine Barrio": Dia
monds with --o called Khinestones, Bra
zilian, Parisian. Ciulconda, Kongo, fcarjla
Koa. White TuiaoruUir imitation stones,
rogardle-,. of what the name inaj be The
Genuine Barrio-. Diamond is the onl stone
ever discovered that -will retain it,
brittiancx and has no artificial backing
It is tlie Eich Man's Jsubnlitute and the
Four Man's Diamond Allot herb are -im
pi manufactured from chemicals. Genuine
Barrio Diamonds are equal to real Dfa
moflrif at to look and -wear, and will cut
A Beautiful, Brilliant. Genuine Barrio
Diamond, mounted m a heavv ring, pin or
stud, wiO he sjnt to auy address on receipt
of One Dollar lu ordering gb-e full direc
tions, -Mid, s'ate whether, small, medium or
large stone., 16 desired
What ttc Great fcarah Bernhardt sajs
I ha.e used Barrios Diamonds for
Gtage parpo- and haie found them the
ecjualof real stone'- fcarah Bernhardt.
Money Promptly rexunded it goods
are not as represented.
" Beware of Imitators tBa
Address Mail Orders to
BARRIOS DIAMOND CO.,
42 and 44 Broad St., New York.
The "ElVe iliuuettc a new dance, com
fiosa and tet to mubic by Prof. Jus- I.
Ca.dwll, as introduced by hint to hie
t.p llail taigbt.
Sir It. L. Russell has been appointed
cbamami lu the sier departmentat $2.25
per da j He takes the position of Mr. C
" Tnrr. who has been promoted.
Anic'ef of 'ooorpomtlon were filed yes
t"-d-. b. Uie NortU'wost M. E. Cliuicn.
Tbt trustee, are William H. Black, Waiter
W Piiiimer, WJUlam Hunter and Geoige V .
Hornet cbooler, a ten-year-old colored
bi . i sentenced by Chier Justice Bicg
bcni jesterday to tlie reJotm school until
be attains bis inajurKy, for tbe iccent theft
of a qiuntlty ti etotbing fiom Henry T.
Newco iil, Being oa T, near Firteentb
Di trict Mluruey Bavis yesterday after
nixr annouiiced bn intention of carrying
tb Ca- of United States Commissioner
Jdiil-, v-lw, be claims, is illesally holding
tbe anitnissioBcr8lUp. to tire court of ap
peal -vhere h lmp to fcecare a leveri
of Ju','r Cole's decision, wbfch aistained
The "Wine for the Mnssas.
Tnrthful advertising pays. Since laet
week first ioUotngUir.Xauder'sSweot
Norton," manj ne ciiston.ei examined
at 90& 7th st. Uiat dilutable dark-tinted
btooc-eurichiiig wine and many a gallon
of It bad to lie drawn from the barrels.
Jl gal , 30e qt. It
B. & 0. BULLETIN.
Philadelphia and return. $2. 7 05 and
9 a. "i trains going. Valid for return
panage on all regular tialns, today.
Baltimore and return, $1. All trains in
both directions today.
Two U.eli'v, Military I?ostn.
Gen J F 'Kude, of tbe Department of
Dakota, recommend the abandonment ot
Fort Cuter hs a niHiUtry io.t and u!-o
tnat at Fort Asslaaboine, the most north
ern post iu litis couatry. The Custer post
is uehealthy and there is no use, be sa;,
for the otUcr port.
Smothered in n Sewer.
V tikesLarrc,Pa.,Oct. 30 Andrew Gaub,
a Uiiiig-iriau,Mitd Tony Chroma, an Italian.
w-re ir.i'iUftred to death in a trench tht?
month g while excaiating for a sewer.
The men wwe down twelve feet from the
sarfaei wben several tons or Mialy rock,
against wbidi no cribbing had been thought
neceif-y, came down upon litem It
took an hour to dig th" men out. They
were UrrHMy crushed. Adam Fura, a Gor
man. wa paria.llv caught U the fall, iHa
was dug out quickly. He sjstained bruises
and cuts almut the body and head.
Banker .Shot by Hack Drive: .
Columhae, Ohio. Oct SO. -William S. Ide,
formerly a banker here, was shot and in
stantly billed in the courthouse at noon
todiy by Johnny Smith, i back driver. Ide
failed recently and Smith lost some moue
l;y it He wont to the courtho'je thlfe
morning armed and waited for Ide. Thn
laiU'r lived but a fow minutes. Smith w is
arrested on the spot.
Dan Lamont In Helena,
lleieaa. Moat., Oct. 30. Daniel H. La
mont, ex-Seeretarr of War, and present
vice president of the Northern Pacinc
Jvlalroad, arrived this morning, accom
panied by C. O Goodyear, of Kntfnlo Ik
spent the dav iu looking around, and wfh
leavo for the Weht tonight. This is La
luont't. first trip over the system since
beoomlng prominent ij connected with it
and nothing important Is attached to it.
The Secretary of Aj-rJ culture PleaiU
foi Scientific Hepi o-aMitiitivi"-. in
Fui elgu Count rle ?it , Do' t"
and Cattle Can-UeUrown Clieupl.-, -Tionouiicei-.
Ciop Heporting; Sjotutti.
The annual ri'jort of the Secietary of
Agriculture was submitted to the Piesldent
at tbc Cabinet meeting on Friday. The im
portant part of the leportare as folloM-s.
"Therf is ncceSbity foi Ameilcuu agents
in everj foreign counti to which we send
representatives, who liave bad education
l'l the sciences relatini'to agneultute. The
agricnl unl colleges endowed M d.upic-1
are educating along these lines. Such men
can now be had who are conn Cent to te j
port intelligently on the plants of a-intrlis .
where man has lived bj tilling the soil for
ttinands of ears, and tbej could leep
the Tanners or tbe Coiled States Infoimed
regarding copsi, mnrl'e'M and their ten
lUncicMiiuoh more Intelligent! J thanagtnth
n .t seientlficallj educated."
Be rfa tn the effortb of the dcpait
ment to eMend the foreign market for
d.dry and Hw htock. products by making
taeforelii-ers ramillar with them Instead
of Maiding abroad for seeds, he as, the
pulley In the future will be Mo eneournge
th. infoductlonof wliatAvlllenahleourpeo-pl-
to ill . erlf v the.r crtps and keep money
at hi 'ne that is now sent abroad to buy
whi't t'K United States should produce.''
The ib paiti.ient will continue Itswark In
the encouragement of the sugar tee t in
dustry. Hecpie-e? th opinion that nearly
all of the ?,'5,000 000 sent abroad Jast
year for sugui, hides, fn.ifcss.wine anlinalo
rice, flax, hemp. eheeMi, wheat, barlej,
beiuis, egj:s, mm talk mlRht ha e tiecii kepi
"Walt referent to liorsus the Secretary
"The American farmer can gn w hordes
as eheaply :k lit can grow cattle, we have
a hea y and profitable export trade In cat
tie an.! maj have an export trade equally
heavy and profitable in hones. Ihe dt
partment is gathering facts regarding our
hortc industry at home, and the lecjulre
irents of pure! risers abroad, so that our
farmers can learn wliat foreign buyers de
The extension of the ment Jnsppction
work to abattoirs engaged in Inters' ate
bus'ncss Is recommended, as is thecoutin
nance of t'.e inspection of exjiort animals,
in order to maintain the market which
has been secured for them in other coun
The nuiinal industry bureau has been en
gaged m looking to the destruction of tt.e
catUe tick, for which it Is believed that
an agent has ben found in a petroleum
product known is paraffin oil, in which
infected cattle are dipped.
An increase is recommended in the ap
propriations iu aid of the bureau of ani
mal industry, of tbe weather bureau and
the publication offices.
As to crop reporting, be sajs it is ex
tremely cumbersome, and that instead of
conducing to completeness and accuracy
t would appear from the report of 'the
statistician tp inyme measure defeat its
own object bv its unwieldincss and by the
fact that the indefinite multiplication ot
crop reporters weakens the Aense of in
dividual responsibility. "I strongly fu or
the making of some slight pecuniary ac
knowledgment or the service of a caref ulli
sole teal fxnps of correspondents located
mainly in tbe principal agricultural States,
and tfeat reliance be placed uponthe State
statistical agents for information regarding
the S.tfccs of minor agricultural impor
AX lilPOHTANT DECISION.
Government "Will Not IssueAVari nnt
for Transferred Claims.
Tht. Controliw of the Treasury baj mide
a decibioti referring to the payment of claims
ajjairst the Government, when asMnged to
persons other than the original payers. The
tect ca1 was tliat of Elihu Root, a New
York law yer, to whom judgments were an
signed bj James C. Beed. of New York
The controller bolds in most unefjuioca
language tliat th warrants cannot bj fo
wled to Mr. Root, for the leasou that the
Government will not issue a warrant to
any person who holds a transferred claim.
lu the ease of Mr Reed, the Go eminent
may lsie warrants to his administrator oi
legal reprosentatit. Mr Root will then
have to deal with the administrator.
The deuuiou applies to all claims for
which Congtesp lias made appropriation
and which bae been transferred.
LEFT "WASHINGTON TO VOTE.
Di?-tiwiished Official-, "Who Are
Absent From Departments.
Secretary Sherman left the city last
night fur Ohio. He "will vote at his home,
Maus'ield. Assistant Secretary Day is
alruuly in Ohio, so that the State De
partment ranking 'dficial now is Second
Assistant Secretary Adee.
Commissioner Butterworth is in Ohio.
He vras billed for a speech at Cle eland
lastiilgut. Secretary Bliss is in New York,
and v. ill remain there until after the elec
"WAHIXE BAND IN CHICAGO.
"Will Never Go There Again Under
Despite the protests of organized laboi,
theUnitet' States Marine Band left "Wash
ington yesterday for Chicago, there to fur
nish nuisle for the much-heralded hoise
The Tirst signs of La Grippe or a Cold,
arc checked at once if 77 is taken
early. It stops it lu the incipient stage,
and that's the end of it.
'77" will "break up" a hard, obsti
nate Cold that "hangs 0m"
If tbe digestion is poor, alternate with
No. 10 for Dyspepsia.
Indiieistion, Weak .stomach.
Ti, TTm lr,. '?. -tooo-iHk" "vc-i'l 1 t
Diseases at your Druggist's or Mailed Pree.
Sold by drugglste, or seat on leceipt qf
25c, fiOc or $1. Humplirevs' Med. Co.,
Cor. William and Jolm Sts., New York.
" - ,fc - 'fc''.'
show. During that eent the bind will
bi conducted by Acting Leader Larson.
Tli'Tc appears to be a gooudeal of mis
conception in regard to the meaning of the
order issued which permitted the band to
go to Chicago notwithstanding the prut eat
of musical organizations
Assistant Secretary Roosevelt furnished
to The Times a copy of the telegram
t.n which the compromise was effected.
It is apparently a complete suriender.
not to tbe Chicago musicians but
to the Federation ot American Musicians,
whose headciuarters are at Detroit. Tha
telegram was as follows
""Washington, T) C
"Dandell, Secretary. Federation of Ameri
can Musicians, Detroit, Mich:
"Contract having been made, Marine
Bind will go to Chicago. Will not go in
future in similar instances.
"Assistant Secretary Nn-. y "
The information was given tliat a ren
eral order will soon be issued coerius
this whole subject. The conclusion nat
uially is that the general order will not
contra-vone what the Secretary has stat
ed in explicit terms to the secretary of the
Federation of American musicians
It was rumored yesterday that in conse
quence of tiie proposed order restricting
ttie field of the famous band Leader elect
Zimmerman had declined the position or
leader This rumoi had not beea sub
stantiated last night Prof. Funciulli re
ceived hLs discharge yesterday from the
Marine Corps, his term of enlistnnt be
Private Hammond's Cne.
Ihe report in the investigation of Capt.
Loenh.g. accused of maltreating Piivate
ilammocdi a full account of which has
been publi'-htd. has been received bi Gen.
Gen. Miles, acting Secietary of War. II
will not 1 c iven out until the return of
Secretarv of V ar Alger. The general hit
pression !s that there will be a court,
Doesn't "Want the Ytuitic.
Gov. Pingree has filed an objection to
receiving the Yautic for the use of the
Michigan Naval Militia, she having been
tendered for that use by the Navy Depart
ment. Ilia objection is to the vessel in
her disabled Condition, caused by the leceio
collision with the Canadicnne. lie will
,1'cept the Yantic only when Mhe is re
Honor Medals Awarded. -,
Medals ot honor have been presented to
' Major Gen. SIckels, for gallantry at
M r. James . Cainpbelli for distinguished
gallantri- at Woodstocki Va., lu 1S05.
Jo'n Shephard, of Benedict, Neb.; Ostvir
Slagle, ot Kempton, Ills., Richard J. Gage,
of -Marsallles- Ills.; L. F. Bollard, of
Bemert, Ills., and R- P. Smalley, all of
Company D, 10-ith Illinois Infantry, for
galiautry at Elk River. 1G3.
A HM Y AND NAVY ORDERS.
The following Army and Navy orderi
were issued jester clay
Transfers are 11 au in the Sixteenth In
fantry First Lieat. Charles R. Tvler, from
Company B to Company E; Tirst Lieiit.
William I. Johnston, from Company E tc
Infantry, now with, his company at Fort
Sam Houston, Tc-xas, having satisfactonl -eiplalned
t the department that his tnie
name is John H. Service, will be borne
under the latter name on all rolls,
Private Jolm H. Butler, Jr., Company B,
Twelfth Infantry, now in confinement at
Fort Thomas, Ky., will be discharged witn-
Greatest Shoe Event
20,000 pairs of fine slioes to be sacrificed.
Tomorrow we begin a wholesale slaughter
of the entire stock of Ladies', Men's and Chil
dren's Shoes formerly contained in the Wilson
Shoe Store 929 F street. This store has been
leased and the stock has been removed to the
Family Shoe Store. "We have no room for these
shoes every pair must be sold AT ONCE!
"We offer 3011 a feast of shoe bargains absolutely
without PARALLEL in the history of local
shoe selling. They are made on the newest lasts
of the season stylish and durable throughout
but we are forced to sell them -at the rate of TWO
pairs at about the usual price of ONE.
one of the Bargain Tables tomoirbw
be found odds and ends In Ladies"
Shoes jour choice while they last 1
sizes in Men's 2 and S3 Calf
snap bargains. While1 they last
Ladies' $2.30 and $3.00 Shoes all sizes
In button and laced. Grand values at..
- 3S2 Seventh St. N
entrance through S. Xann, Sons & Co
- '&""Vt.t& - 'fci&.' flfcS'0si.i$5
Our StockWeddiog Presents
!E, STEiS, E"
Ilere are a few sample bargains:
Sterling Silver Confection Spoons, in case $1.50
Sterling Silver' Ladles, in case $J. 25
Sterling Silver Sugar Spoons, gold and enamel Si-75
Sterling Silver Salve Boxes 50c. and up.
Sterling Silver Spoons and Forks at 3" .OO Per ounce.
We Cive Trading Stamps.
9IS Pennsylvania Avenue.
The No. 7 Is fat last ready for the market, and it's the acme of per
fection. BEST machine on the market at any price. The AUTOMATIC
SPACING DC-VICE makes it the speediest of all Typewriters. Call at our
officer and we willa substanUate eery claim.
SEEING IS BELIEVING!
W'OOKt; BROS., Ueneral Agents.
12o 1. Fayette St., 918 F St.N.W.,
Baltimore, 'Md. Washington, D. C.
SHUT YOlTlt DO OK WITH
BLOUNT Door Check and Spring
It saves draught, fuel, time and
temper. It's a liquid, not an air
ESPfcY, 1010 P. Ave.N. W.
Only place they can be secured.
out honor from the service of the United
States on receipt ol this order.
P.oHt Quartermastei Sergeant Richard J.
Kimball, now ar Ft. rrancis Barracks, Fl.,
will be Kent to the post on Sullivan's
Island, Charleston Harbor, S. C
Post Assistant Surgeon A. R- AID lod, U.
S. Am has been detailed to the Marine
Prmtlii!; fUftce, at San rrancisco.
Can obtain certificates for
Half Rate Tickets
by being personally identiGed at
the Democratic Congressional
Committee Rooms, Hutchms
Building, cor. lUth and D sts.
A Deal in
Lace Curtains Which
Tuesday we signed papers with the Palchagone Manufactur
ing Company, of Long Island City, N. Y., by which we will in the
future receive every sample of their Lace Curtains which their
drummers use. This concern is the largest of American curtain,
makers, and has on its pay-roll over fifty traveling salesmen.1
Twice every 3ear these drummers go on the road each man re
ceives a single curtain of every style sold by the company. Those
samples all belong to us from now on. They represent every
grade in the scale of qualrtv they include each style and all
effects. Twice a year you can expert a big sampl' Curiam sale
once in the early spring the other about the first of November;
Will Start the First of the November Sales.
We don't ask you to- remember the firm's nam; that's some
what of a task. Only think of the values we offjr they're un
paralleled. Lot 1 consists of Nottingham Lce" Curtains, full 3 yds. long,
worth Sr.25, for Q9c
Lot 2 consists of Nottingham Lace Curtains, full 3) yds. long,
worth $1.50, for 98c
Lot 3 consists of Nottingham Lace Curtains, full 35 yds. long,
worth $2.50, for $-j ,49
Lot 4 consists of Nottingham Lace Curtains, fnll 3 yds. long,
woith $3.00, for 31 .69
Lot 5 consists of Nottingham Lace Curtains, full 3 yds. long,
worth $3.50, for $-j .93
Lot 6 cousjsts of Nottingham Lace Curtains, full 3 1-2 yds. long,
worth S4 00, for. S2.49
Lot 7 consists of Nottingham Lace Curtains, full 3 r-2 yds. long,
worth 500, for .". S3. 69
$2.50 Cotton,Darby Tapestry Portieres, deepvelour, 3i-avds;long-,
for - S1..98
S4.00 Chenille Portieres, deep.dado frieze, fringed" top and bottom,
S5.00 Satin-faced Tapestry Portieres, new coloring S3.T5
S6.0Q Armure Brocatelle Portieres iu all the latest tints and shad
ings, for , S4.98
SS.00 AH new pattern Chenille Portieres, 3 1-2 yds. long, extra
-width : I S6.29
All our Curtains from $1.49 and Portieres from $2. gS and up
wards, hung free of charge.
-SPECIAL- 3.000 American, Yale or Hudson Opaque Window
Shades, Hartshorn roller, 1 yd. wide, 2 yds. long:, all colors, and
as many as you want, for j 9C
Ladies' Extra Heavy Fast Black Cotton Hose, double heels and
toes, 20c quality -j 2c Par
Ladies' Plain and Ribbed Fast Black and Gray Cashmere Hose,
merino heels and toes, full regular 35c quality 25c Pair
Men's Gray Merino Sox, full seamless, 20c quality -J gc pair
Men's Natural Black, Tan, Navy and Seal Cashmere Sox, full,.
seamless, light and heavy-weight, 35c quality 25c Par
Childs' Extra Heavy Fast Black Ribbed Cotton Hose, full
seamless, double heels and toes, 20c quality 2 l-2c pair
Child's Fast Black Ribbed Wool Hose, full seam'ess, Merino
Heels and Toes. 25c. quality 1 Tc Pair
A Revolution in Jewelry
has taken place within the last few years science and invention
have effectuallj- throttled the mauufacture of th brass goods
which formerly were displaved everywhere, and combining with
art, have produced handsome and attractive bits of work which
previously brought two and three times the prices they command
now. Our Jewelry D!sp'a comprehends an indefinite assortment
of the best and most attractive novelties. It's an up-to-date de
partment, and nothing illustrates its progressiveuess as much as
Solid Sterling Silver Thimble, ITc.
Sterling Silver-top Sale Box, 25c-
Pretty SIler-trnnmcd Pin Cushion, 10c.
Heavy Glass Silk-lined, Metal-top Jewel
Case 25 c.
New Nobby Styles In Chatelaines, -19c.
57c, S9c, $1.19. S1.-42.
Oxidised Jewel EelU at $1.00.
Card of DeLong Books and Eyes (white
or black) lc.
1 3--1 in. extra quality velvet binding,
100 Japanned hairpins in fancy cabi
12 fine triple-plated gilt bnJrpiiKVWortli
10c, 5c ,.
3 large spools extra quality crochet
Fnucv frilled colored garter webstrip
All sues heavy nickel-plated safety pins
paper 2 c.
Trimmings. . '
Mohair Soutache Braid, all colors, 12 yds. for AlQc
One lot of Narrow Colored and Gilt Mixed and Black T balar
Braid, worth 5c 2 -2c.yd.
Special bargains in Military Loop Sets, 40 diff-rent stvles to
select from 50c to S2.50 per set
A Fine $1.00 Glove for 44c.
They're as good as most dol'ar Gloves. Nothing the matter
, .. : f- ,,-.- l itm a .
Wltll tlieill DUt tneir imiciivtt
izes 6 3-4, 7, 71-4 and 71
olacks, toe in 6's only.
c 1. 1-A T 7 1-4 and
A beautiful line ot new designs In Belt
Buckles, 25c, 50c, and 75c.
Gilt IIa.6 Pius, with aniyelhist, emerald,
turquoise, and garuet settings, 5c.
Juvenile Gold Wntch aud Cham at 25c-
A large rujil beautiful assortment ot Baby
Pin Sets, 25 c.
Silver and Gold Lorguette Chains, 19c
Silver Buckle Garters, 25c.
Small Sterling Files, Buttoners, and
Paper Cutters, 15c.
12 best fast turkey red marking cot
Best 25c. quality pure silk frilled gar
ter web, 3-i length, 12c.
Klcincrt, Gem or Featherweight dress
shields -sizes 2 or 3 lie. pair.
Nccdlebook with 4- papers of nee,dlcs
aud assortment of darners, 3c.
12 Holdfast featherweight untarpishable
Best steel needle-pointed glass-head pins
500 yards King's spool cotton, 3c.
3 loz. nearl china buttuns, sizes 1A, 16,
IS, 20 -5c. l
.lasuamcui. xucy are -t-DUtton
1-2. in Ian. Thrm.vr nri-t -i-nswlnc-
- 2, in tan,
brown and modes.
8th and MarketSpace
7th 3t. entrance, Pairiljr Shoe-tor