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TiiJU TIMES, WASHINGTON', TUESDAY, yOYEMBEU 23, 1897.
Our aim isn't to sell the
cheapest but to sell the
' WeVe got all the facili
ties to do it plenty of cap
ital our own factory and
nearty a half century's ex
perience. The best taking suits this
season are fancy worsteds.
We're showing about
twenty styles at $15
$16.50 $17.50 and $20.
Made up as stylish as can
be short coat s narrow
trousers .and either single
or dcuble-breasted vests.
Cor. Tth and E 5ts.
No Branch Store in Washington.
Hr. Waring of Amicostia Complains
of Mr- Lee.
Accuses Ilim of Sprinkling Pat is
Green on His Grounds to De
stroy Comnlniiiani'.s Fowls.
A fud in tlie District, -which rased in
.ahe spring of the year and then died down
&oniPwhnt, as far as public knowledge
ot It is concerned, lia.s again broken out
-trtth accentuated virulence. Tlie parties
to the feud are Mr. R. L. V.'-iring and
Mr. Spencer .Lee, ot Hillsdale, Auacostia,
separated only by a paling fence. The
trouble is Wie frequent death of Mr. War"
Ing's eniekens. due to large quantities oC
jHiris grwu, which Mr Lee is alleged to
place along U puling fence, for the eX-
prees purposft of chicken extermination,,.
la AprU Mr Waring sent to tlw Dis
trict iltemim a certain suspicious green 1
naiKi'.aoe, wi:cu he had found near enough.
to Wtfs fence for bis chickens to reach
tfecwtigH and eat it. lie asked that it be
awalyxud, in order tljat he might proceed
against Mr. Lee in the police court.
Tc mh!.vm; would be expensive, and the
ctmniet let te mutter go, making a re
imf ttaat he wotila have it made if the
pdtee department requested it Tle Ana
aatftla puttee reporied,tu the Commi&eioiiers,
lwwesr, that the substance was park
greti, -which Mr. Lee lwd placed ou
vegetable iu hi yard.
Nothing further occurred on tl e Hills-'
dale height to attract the Cttfiimt&sioiieiV
attciitioi. Hntii UK middle of October, -when
Mr. Wriag wiote a letter to Commls
sterner Rote. He referred to "lite remark
able report rf the Aimcc-iia police. and
aW it was preposterous He said that no
one evet put parts grt-en on vegetables in
April, especially uu the high --tound of
Mr. Waring further stated that more
Irsifioti had j.wt been distributed along his
Tence.and that Mr. Lje. Ills neighbor, "has
an unenviable reoorn a a poisoner- One
roan, ?e vera 1 horse. 3uWi, dogs and chick
ens are h few of the animals and fowls
lie Is alleged to have noivjned-'' Mr. War
lug status also that Les has aeknowledgcd
to bna that th. pari gren is meant lor
chicken, and not potato bug4:.
He tSfMiolndes by asserting Umt be live-.
in oenfitnt four that -Mr- Let' will plac;e
tftfl ifoiwMi somewhere that some nierntr
rf Wit family will encounter it and be '
Ttie fcealth officer, tlie district attorney,
tile Cheniiet, the police and the ComuilS
toners have talked the matter over in lt-
various lights and made various reports
It wras aanounced yesterday that there
is no law to prevent a man patting iaris
green on Ms own land.
Do you know tlmt yon can Imve
The Morning, Evening- and Sunduy
Tinies the "only COJirLETE news
paper published in 'WiiHliington
bcrved to yon by carrier for fifty
cent n month?
.OOOG"- -Qe2"35- -3
We all are. The time Is at hand
when the whole i.afon will render
tnaiiks Jor the bleis-ngs of the past
year. In making preparations for
iw v-aou don't fail to call aud
Sam. W. Pickford's f
930 LA. AVK X. tV )
Fine line of fancy and fetapl1 Gro
ceries. This is a lresh stock Juot put
hi, and prices aTe exceedingly low.
Special Prices for Today:
Franklin Granulated Sugar,
per lb 52
AH tlie leading brands at cut
CANNED GOODS, i
t California Peaches, per can... 155 ?
Cahfrniu Pears, per can ZLSu
California Aprh.jts.X3c, 2 forSGC
Peas, John Hunt Early June,
Hirteu. oer can 7c, A for.. ..35c
Teas, A. H Roes' Early June,
Sifted, very tine, per can .. xOo
Pork and Bsans, In Tomato
Sauce, per can, yc, 4 for....Sf3c
Sugar Corn, tc 4 for 25c
Best Elgin Creamery Butter,
per lb asc
Fruit Puddine, fresh, in all
flavor. 3 puokages 25c
Corn Sterch, full weight, lb 4c
Al&iaster Starch, G pkgs 35c
Ivory Starch, package 5c
Ji-Mi't mistake the place. We have
do liranch stores.
SAM. W. PICKFORD,
?v i-uuisniua Avciiutr,
Tear 10th Street.
WOMAN'S GROWNG GLORY
oftenfallsoutbeforeoldag. j il Wood
bury, 12t V,. 42d St., N. V.. cures fulling
nair, aanaruti ana ltcutng scalp. Send zuc
ror DermatolosyBoot. and-sample of Wood
bury's Facial Soap, Facial Cream, Facial
roirder and Dental Cream.
lHow Tmrfnl I
f wJ i r f
T N o 11 alii
Hlf'S REUS HERE
Continued from First Page.
incut commanders of the G. A. E. and
the Society or the Army of the James.
The procession will move from fchechurch
at "o'l'oei: .sharp, headed hytlic National
Guard brigade band and drum corps,
under the-leadership of Bandmaster Mc
Lcod. On account of the unavailability of the
National Guuid Artillery, Major Harries
will call on Adjt. Sen. Breck, U. S. A.,
this m-jrniag', anil "request the serces
of- uotlons ot aiUIIe.ry to fire a salute
at the giavfc at Arlington, where shcln
tenneht will be made.
The. -site at Arlington was chosen yes
terday morning by Major Harries, and
is located a little to the ninth of the
graves o.f Gens. Hazcn and Meigs.
The l.oiiorary pall bearers have not
yetU'een chosen. It Is, however, authorl
tatively stated that thty will be elected,
two each from the National Gu-fd, Ki5
Carsr.n Post No. 1, and Loyal Legion.
Itwir Admiral John S. Walker and Gen.
Joseph II. Hawley. "respectively, tie pres
ent and former .commanders of the Lotal
Leg'oii. will represent that organizallon.
Eight other members will also be chosen
to leprtuent Xhe legion. Two .jfi'lcois
irnin the regular ervice, one canli -rum
the Army and Navy, will to selected as
Ma J. Walter D. David go, jr., Cap to. E.
F. lMggs and -A. P. Robbins were de-
.taijeu; to guard the remains last night.
and Maj. W. Cranch Mclntlre, Mai- Ii- II.
Neumeyer, Maj. George II. Harries and
Capt. Pamenter will perform similar .ser
It V'as expected that the funeral would
be deferred until Mr. Godwin Crdway. the
k.i of the duttated, should arrive in I too
city. It wadccldfc(l JaM night, however,
that as he could not arrive here before
riiclay the fhnentl thoidd take pl.ice to
iuorr7, Mr,. Crdway wab in lhitii-h Co
lun.bia when he heard of Ms father's TilI
cal rondilion.Tind-nnmedlately Martd fur
Key.- Sork. Yesterday l.e telegraphed from
Calgary,' a point about 0CO mileo west of
-AVi.MJfpeg, that it would be im obKible for
him. to reach the city until Friday..
Major Hnxford, the recordr of the Loyal
Legion, Ju speaking uf the death of Gen.
Ordway last night, said that it !- a loss
'which win be felt by the whole cor.
.munlty of Washington. The military will
fee! it more than any other part of thj
rouintunity, except the Loyal Legion, o
.which- he was an enlhusl.-intic member.
When he joined the order his number v,,s
TM.itiid'Uow -thu organization nurubjis
nearly 11J,000. lu short. Major Iluxfnrd
said. Gen" O rdway was aa id?ul roldier, s ud
-had his life been spared, in the event of
this comitry becoming involved In a war
witna foreign power, lie would have i-sia
. to the Jiighest raaik.
The lollowmg ordf.- was Issued rora Xa-
l.tMial Guard headquaruTs yesterday after-
I. It becomes the sad duty of the
ojlonel .commanding to announce to the
brigade the death of Brig. Gen. Albert
Oiuway, wiiicn.occurredai .ev York citv
Suuday, November 21, 18l7. Gen. Ord
wjij n-iis jherganlzer of the District
National Gua id and commnmlixi tiit.tirif.-nin
l.Troin its earliest days to ,the time of his
uuuin. ms many most excellent qualities
weiftjEeji kjiqvvn Uiroughout the command,
the community, and the country at large.
The .orde r .then gives a brief record ot
Gen. Ordway's military career, and con
tlhuiSf Ah.brjgade conmiander he endeared him
self to every otffiser and enlisted man who
had at heart the best interests of this or
ganization. Broadly skilirul ab a maker of
plans, he possessed remarkable ability in
the working out of details; no labor, how
ever arduous, was surricient to weary him;
no lombmalion of adverse circumstances,
however threatening, could bring discour-
aemeni u ins uniirmg spirit. 1-or more
ttiau a year he toiled unremittingly be
neath the shadow or impending death,
firmly resolved to fight his evident fate
until the couilict v.a.s no lunger nossiole.
.Conspicuous -evidence of his courage was
"unu iu nit; itxou Cliuutllllilieilt Willi Ills
brigade, when, suffering pum and weakness
surficient to have Crushed the bravest or
nun., he remained at the post of duty un
til the last. Valiant as he was kindly and
conoidernte, loyal to country and Iriends
ai man ever was or can be. Gen. Ordway
has gone tnraceive the reward of those
v. no lear not, wuu are raiuif til unto death.
II To hisj'amily, which by his decease
Ids suffered Irreparable los, the deepest
sympathy is extended.
Hi. The orflcers ot the National Guard
will wear the usual badge of mourning
unuu the swordmlt for a period of thirty
nir flags at the National Guard armory.
No. -14C L street; at the armory of the
Washington Light Infantry Corps, Fif
teenth and E streets; the armory uf the
FJrsi Separute Battalion, No. 70S O street,
and theiiunrtersoftlie National Fencibles,
No. r:3 E s-tl-ectVare Hying at Half-mast
STK1VIXG FlK HAHMOXY.
Ccn trnl T.uhor Union Invites Kmlst.
of Ijihor to Conference.
A lar-ely attended meeting of the Cen
tral Labor -Union --was held last evening
at "ypographical Temple. President Snohn
in the chair. The following resolution
requesting a conference with the reppj
sentatives of the Knights of Labor v-ss
Resolved, That District AssemblyNo. 66,
Kbights of Labor, be invited to appoint
a coiuiuitteejuf fiveto meeta bimilarcom
mittee or the Central Labor Union in con
ference, to determine some means by
which" friendly and helpful relations may
be establuned aud maintained between
that orgiinizutitTn and all tue labor bodies
iu the city.
The agreenienl which the Electrical
AVorkers' Union intends to submit to their
employers was read and indorsed by the
umoiiT " The agreement askf for a reduc
tion ot the hours of a day's work from
eight aud one half to eight hours.
An amt-udnient to the constitution prv
hibiting tif tliscus&Ioii of religion or par
Usan politics in the union was adopted.
New delegates from the Machinists' Union
were received and. obligated.
The Electrical "Workers.
Mr. James Patterson, the delegate from
local No. -C, Elect rical Workers, returned
from Detroit, Mich., yesterday, where he
had been 'n attendance at the national
oncntion of electrical workers.
prlated funds to erect a monument to lli
memory of Mr. Henry Miller, tie founder
of the order, who died in this city about
efyrht years ago. The: new national officen
are J.H: Maloney, Texas: W. H. Slerman,
secretary. New York; and P. H. Witsenger
Visitation of Heehnbites.
Columbia Tent No. 1, Independent Order
of "Rcchabites, held its usual meeting in
Goad Templars' II nil. Nineteenth street
and Fennsy1 vania avenue north vtst. Geo.
F. Harrington and Ed. Hannon were ad
mitted to membership. Thetcnt room was
well filled. with members of the order,
the- occabion being the District visita
tion to Columbia Tent. Artiug District
Scribe Brother White, or Heber Tent, in
troduced the District officers as follows
Past District chief ruler, A. K. Belt;
D. D. R Charles E. Bladen;D. S Preston
Jones; D. T., A: K. Belt: D. S., John H.
Viehmeyer; D. G Clarence Shelkelds; D
L., R W. Maun. "Good and -welfare" was
in charge of Chief Ruler William Mann,
aud included addresses by Brothers A. K.
Belt, R.W.Johnson, William Welsh. Thom
as Spillman, P. B. Jones, George W Rue.
John W'.Jaekson, C.E. BJadenand other.
Lieut. Jnrvls' Command.
Lieut. D. n. Jnrvls, the executive officer
if the relief ship, the"Dear, -will be placed
in command ot the overland expedition to
the Klondfke Tegion. oThe Bear may s.-.Jl
' Unlay or tomorrow.
OPEN' TO THE SIGHTSEERS
Visitors Admitted to the Library
on Thanksgiving Day.
I.'euding-Hoom W 11 Bb CIosed3m
proved Siethodh in the Copy
The Congressional Library will l.e oren
to Wtorn on 'I I an ki-gtviug Day fions 0
m. to J-p ns., tut tie reading room will
The Library is ttill a favorite resort for
visitors, who c'aiiy a me and p.o In large
nu'iibeis Rainy days aie -riecially noted
foi an Increase of thefighUcers.
The reading room is t.udelan.eiy patron
Uud, there being hum f-0 to : to persons
Iaily who make useot tlieprlvilegesgtuu'ed
in cJie use and examination of hcoks.ute
Notwithfttandiiig the latt ttat 'ill lac-i.i-cles
have- been filled, the applications
for pooitlons are iliily being made.
In the ropyrlght department a number ot
improved metuods in the woikor the office
lave been adopted, thus lacilitatiug he
bu-Jincss of this important Lianch ot die
Library As toon as ciUunisiances will
allov other inipiovemcnts iu the maimer of
working will be adopted. The correspond-t-noe
of this department is quite exteuMve
and taxes the force employed lu order to
keep lti:p to date. The receipt of all moneys
h daily 'icnowledged,and in manj-camsi,
money Vas to be returned to the fenders
whose applications come more proj erly
u.ndcr lh5 laws governing trade marks and
In addition to tho correspondence and
bookkeeping necessary in matter or grant
ing copyrights, the department is obliged
by law to send to the Public Trintcr
fcvery week a complete list of all copy
rights completed by the deposit of the
two copies .f the book oi other article,
as provided by law. This work is in
itself ve-y voluminous, as may be judged
by. the examination of the Inst catalogue
which lias been issued from the office
of The Public I rimer, und bears dates
October 25 to 30- and covers nearly
eighty pages of closely piinted matter.
This is the recoit? of one week only and
embraces books, dramatic compositions,
pcilodicnls, inusicrai compo-dtiiiis, maps
and cnarts, engravings, cuU, and prints,
chromos and lithographs, photographs and
photographic negatives, and fine arts,
phutogrrphs of btatuary, paintings, draw
ings, and models of designs Intended lo
be peifected as works ot the. fine arts.
IX CAMP AT LAKE I3EXXETT.
Letter from n Bnltiniorenn Vho
Started for the Gold Fields;.
Baltituoie, Nov. 22. Mrs. Funkhouser,
Wife of Marcus W. Funkhouser, who left
his home. Druid Hill avenue and RoLert
street, .July 21, for the Alaskan gold
rields, ref-eivpd a letter from her husband
yet-terduy. The letter was dated at Lake
Bennett, October 23.
Mr. Fnnktooubur wrote that six of a party
of nine who went with him to Alaska had
become discouraged at the prospects -of
hardi-hlps and had turned back for their
homo. The rebt of the party ha"e deter
mined to fight it out, and to that end havo
built a comfortable log cabin at Lake Ben
nett. They expect to remain at the lake
until January, when they plan to start for
the Yukon region over the snow.
It v as stated in the letter that the party
had an abundance of provisions. Ho wa-
enj.ying excellent health aud spirits, but
complained of belug lonely at times. The
weather was magnificent, anaatthat.timo
they worked out of doors with their, coats
off and experienced no inconvenience. ,
Mrs Funkhoussrsald thatsh had no Idea
when h-jr husband would return. Wlicn h.n
left she was well provided for oy the
profits of the barber business In which he
was inu'ti'sted. That buduess on Saturday
weut into the hands of a receiver, and sne
is uncertain about the future. She said last
night that while her husband had prom
ised to return In one year, she did not ex
pect to s'e him in less than two years.
YN'OIIK OF A .lEALOTJS HUSBAND.
Found nn Obnox ons TIsilor in the
House and Began Shooting'.
Port Jervis, N. Y., Nov. 22. -Mrs. Ed
ward Ordway is today lying in the hos
pital here, suffering from a bullet wound
in her right side- In a bed in an adjoining
ward (s Frank Dixon. Eoth were brought
to the hospital last night by Edward Ord
way, bleeding profusely from wounds
which he had inflicted upon them.
Dixon ha5- been raying pronojneed at
tention to Mrs. Ordway. He had been
ordered away from the house on several
occasions. Last night Ordway, who is .1
conductor on the Erie railway, returned
home when he was not expected. He
round Dixon there and at once began to
shoot. Dixon is seriouslv hurt and may
die. Ordway is under arrest. The case
lias created a sensation.
Illicit Distillers Arrested.
Hot Springs, Ark., Nov. 22 Deputy
Unitcd States Marshal Carpenter and a
posse arrived here this morning with fifteei
illicit distillers whom they lad capture
in Scott county. The marshal destroyed
Tour stills and 4.000 gallons of illicit
w1iIkv and beer.
When a Jjaby is
sent from Heaven,
to gladden a moth
er's heart, her -welcome
unless she bestows
upon the little vis
itor an abundance
of health and cour
age to meet life's
A prospective mother's duty to bsr
child as well as herself is to be in the
best possible health and physical condi
tion at the time tlie baby comes.
Hundreds of mothers have received in
estimable benefit from Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription, tlie grandest strength
ener in the -world for delicate women.
Taken early during the expectant time,
it builds up tlie en- F
tire constitution andI
gives elastic vigor to
the special orcran- V
ism. it suonens
confinement ; robs
delivery of all its
dangers and most of
its pains, fortifies the
mother against accident
or relapse and promotes
an abundant supply of
healthy nourishment for
It is the onlj- prepara
tion of its kind devised
by a regularly graduated,
skilled specialist of over thirty years
The subject of women's reproductive phy
siology is comprehensively treated in Dr.
Pierce's great thousand-page free book the
"People's Common Sense Medical Ad
viser." The chapter on nursing should be
read by every mother. This splendid vol
ume will be sent you paper-bound abso
lutely free if you send 21 cents in one-cent
stamps, to pay the cost of mailing only, to
World'3 Dispensary Medical Association,
663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. If French
cloth, embossed covers are preferred, send
ten cents extra (31 cents in all), to defray
the additional expense of this more beau
tiful and durable binding.
Constipation can be quieklv and nerma-
l nently cured by Dr. Pierce's Pellets.
rKk. IT I
K. X JLL
Evidence of Cure Presented That
Cannot Be Disputed.
Cured of Catarrh nnd DeafnertH.
Mr. -R. Wilkinson, a prominent Horc
keeper, No. lt34 Thirty-second btreet
noruiwest, WaMiington, D. 0., says: !
am fifty-rour years of age, and was nt
UleCed Willi catarrh and deafness mr tun
years. I was so deat that to tell it the
clock was running i had to watch tne
unuer the cSroor Mu.iyobPeci5nUs I
ami an improvement in my nearmg came
at once. After a short course of treat
ment I was entirely cufeu, and can now
hear my watch tick some feet away.
In fact, I can now Jnea.T us well as ever
I did." .- .
Cured of llheti-' u Ntunnd Dys' e m '.
Miss EdaC. Fnurenbruch, No. 12;io Sixth
street northwest,! Washington, D. C, says:
"I was a great sufferer from rheumatism,
dyspepsia and nervousness. The rheuma
tism ban troubled mo for two years, and I
despairedof ever getting well. After ublng
Munyon's lcbeuirtutifini Cure, together with
the Llectrlc Treatment, for a short time, I
feel like a new persou. I tried everything
for dyspepsia, but 1 round nothing to com
pare with Munyon's Dybpepsia Cure, It is
a pleasure to recommend the Muuyon Treat
ment to other sufferers."
Cured in, .il..ay Trouble.
.Mr. I). J. Uoran, 521 Tenth street,
Washington. I. -C.', says: "After only one
day's nsi? ot Munyon's Kidney Cure 1 find
that all my pains caused by that disease
Munyon'b remedies .cpinpri.se a separate
cure for each disease, aud are sold oy all
druggists, mjstly25 centsa vial. Munyon's
stiff Joints, paralysis, and neuralgia.
Munyon's Life Chamber cures catarrh,
asthma, and bronchitis. Munyon's doc
tors at jour service free all day and event
lug; Sunday, 2 to .0. G23 Thirteenth
NEWS FROM ALEXANDRIA
Report That Oyster Dredgers Had
a Desperate llntiny.
Assignment of Henry Blunt ,f or tins
Heneflt ot Creditors Mr. AVil-
lurd to Uuild a Ilallroad.
Alexandria, Nov;.. 52. A rumor was cir
culated aiming rivernien today, occasioned
by the recent finding of the body of a
murdered 'man in ihe river, at Colonial
Beach, to the effect that a mutiuy oc
curred 011 an oyster boat recently, and that
five men had been killed. Rivernien re
gard oybter dredgers generally as very
dangerous men, aud are confident that the
man found murdered was tlie victim of
feomo of tliis gang. It is also asserted
that tiie storekeepers aloug the shores ot
the river cater loathe trade of these ves
sels, aud would n.oc divulge any informa
tion in regard to these dredgers.
The Epworth League Union ot Wash
ington and vicinity -will hold its bi
monthly mass meeting in this city, in the
M. E. Church South, November 29.
Twenty scows, to be used in the Im
provement of the Potomac River flats,
have been completed in tnis city. Fitly
scows were contracted for, but it is under
stood that the other thirty will be con
otiucted iu Georgetown. The workmen
who had beeu engaged in the work struck
today for an increase of wages from i?2
to S2.75 per day.
Mr. Henry Blunt, who has conducted" a
merchandise business at the southern end
o Columbus street, in Fairfax county, has
made an assignimnt to Mr. J.R. Flanigen
for the benefit of ids creditors. The lia
bilities and assets are small.
A case of diphtheria is reported at No.
xo4 isoutn at. Asapn street.
Mr. Josepli E. Wiunrd, or Fairfax count y.
has ottered to construct a line of railroad
rrum Sideburn, on the Southern Railway,
to Fairfax Courthouse, providing the luud
owners will glve-xhe rignt of way through
their property. It isum'erstyodthat nearly
all the property owners have agreed to the
priposition, and that- the roao win be con
structed In a shorttime. ' '
The lady mauagera of the Alexandria In
firmary have issued an appeal to tne citi
zens ot Alexandria for contributions on
Thanksgiving Day. The institution is a
iuosl wortny one, jexcenentiy managed,
and depends largely upon popular contribu
tions Tor support:
Miss Annie Calll a highly educated
young lady, was beroro Mayor Simpson to
day to enable htm to Inquire into her mental
condition. The nfother of the young
woman also 'appeared and stated she
was about to take her daughteraway from
the city, and the caso was dismissed.
In the corporatiun'court totlay a oeerce
was entered iu the case of the Cleveland
Shipbuilding Company against the Haskins
Wood Vulcanizing Company, directing that
insurance money on the old Pioneer Mills
property be paid to the purchasers of that
property and npt to the general creditors.
The will of the late Capt. O. C. Henderson
was admitted -to probate. His property,
valued at $4,imy, js.iertto his six nieces.
The sword presented to his rather by the
Suite of Virginia is to he disposed of ac
cording to a memorandum, left to his niece,
Mrs. il. UupontLee.
Two petitions wpre filed in the county
court today asking' for the construction of
new roads in Alexandria county. The case
against R.E. Cunningham, who wascharged
with selling liquor without a license, was
quashed, the warrant under -which the
arrest was made fallmg to state where
th liquor was sold- The case against
William Turner, charged with assaulting
an orficer, will be heard tomorrow.
The ticket office of the electric rallw.ay
will be removed from the northeast cor
ner of King and Washington streets to the
west store m the MCBurney building on Ue
Mrs. John P. H. Mason died this morning
at her home, near Accotlnk, Fairfax,
cu'inty, aged about forty-two years. Her
funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon
at 2 o'clock.
The annual meetings of the Ebbitt House
and Columbia Hotel Companies, of Wash
iugton, were held in tnis city touay.
The Confederate Veterans' Association,
of Washington, will attend the bazaar
of the Ann Lee Memorial Association, at
Armory Hall, tomorrow night, K. E. Lee
Camp, ot this citv, will act as an escort
to the Washington visitors.
The First Regiment of the District of
Columbia Uniformed Rank, Knights ot
FvMilas, will pay a fraternal -visit to
Rathbone Company, ot this citv, tomorrow
night- The visitors will be nanqueted.
"The Carnival of Months' opened at
Armory Hall tonight under the auspices
of Ann Lee Memorial Association. The
march bv the young-ladles ot the fair, in
costume, "was a heautirul feature of the
opening night. The Natioual Fcncibles,
of Washington, visited the bazaar. The
command arrived here at 8:30 o'clock and
was escorted from the Washington street
station to Aunory Hall by the Alexandria
The committees on streets and general
laws or tbe city council met tonight to
consider the application of tlie American
Telephone and Telegraph Company to
erect poles and string wires through the
fctreets of this city. The petition was
amended and will be referred back to
Cards are out for tbe wedding of Miss
Annie Leee Woodward and Mr. William
H. Melchoir on November 30 at the Second
Marv W- Blackburn lost her pockctbook
containing $5 and a quantity ot postage
stamps this evening.
It is understood tnat Mr. Henry Hantz
mon, who has had charge ot the city gas
Wt.rks for many years, has tendered his
resignation, to take effect December 1.
Two More Soldiers Stricken,
rensacola, Nov. .22.Two new cases
it yellow Te-v er developed toda y among the
-.jldiers stationed at Fort baraucas
the barracks yesterday to a high, dry pla
teau on the Government reservation, about
three miles from the fort, and they will
camp there until aU danger is over.
Yellow Fever Record.
Now Orleans, Nov. 22. Todaj's yellow
lever record: .
New Orleans New cases, six; one death.
Filoxi- New CHes.'three.
Fort Barancas- (ner Pensacola) Tw.
new cates . "i
Tie outbreak at Fort ;-Farantas is at
tributcd o the pulling down last summer
of the old yellow fever hospital there.
A. COOKED TURKEY
In Muddiman's window, Old 12th St., is
a highly delectable looking turkey, which
was cooked right; in the store on a Jewel
Range. It is the best gus range in the
-world for convenience 'and utility. MUD-
i LUMAN is agent for the I), Q. it
reform OEM CURRENCY QlseasesotWomen
Continued from First Page. Speedily and
nothing more than a campaign catch
"The commission that went abroad ac
complished nothing; well informed men did
not expect it. It returns with nothing
favorable to report, and all it possesses is
a nope mat something can stilt be uone.
The leaders are now willing to throw off
" nd commit the party to the
sum muuuutu noaomtciy.
' II it aces this the varty is iiretrievably
1-iot and the Democrats will oweep tht
country. .The moment the Republicans
come nut iu the open and declare for that
-which their platform means thousands or
tneir followers will deiert them and come
to the Democratic party, which tuntls Tor
the money of the Constitution the free
coinage of both gold and Mlvcr. This
declaration is the only thing ttat will rat
isfy the Eat-tern men.
"If, on the other hand, it adepts the
plan of Senator Chauuler aud joins hands
with the American countries, it wiU but
put ort the day when it will be called
upon to meet the issue face to face. What
it will do at this session, or just what
scheme its leaders will suggest, is a ques
tion I cannot answer.
"I believe the Democrats will meet any
proposition looking to an enlarged use of
silvei fairly aud honestly, but us a final
solution ot the problem, we believe, and
will contend that the only answer to the
question is the free coinage ot silver.
The proposition ot Senator Wilson to re
tire all notes below S101 und substitute
therefore silver coin, does not reach ex
'It would, of course, result in nulncrease
in thp use of silver, and to that extent
would be gratifying. But, at the same time
It would not be accepted as even a par
tlal settlement by the silver men, !though
they would doubtleas vote for it. If any
proposition Is offered that favor3 silver
it'will, I believe, receive the votes of the
'But I must not be misunderstood as
saying they will cease the fight forsilve
01 be content until they have enacted a
fiee coinage measure-
"It the Republicans force a vote on a
general scheme of alleged currency reform
in the Senate It will certainly come out of
that body a free coinage measure. On that
there can be no doubt and any man who
thinks to the contrary does not understand
the temper of the Senate as at present con
stituted." Senator Burrows, of Michigan, who
reached tlie city yesterday, does not look
upon the future of this question in a very
cheerful mood. He anticipates a very
protracted discussion, with possibly no
Especially does he lock for a failure
lu the Senate if the Democrats antagonize
the pet schemes of the Republicans, and
this Mr. Burrows fears they will do.
Each Republican now coming Into town
bases his viewb upon the rossible action
of the Democrats. What that action will
be can be inferred from what Mr. Jones
JITMPS FROM THE HDES IIRIDGI
Tbe Distance Wita 130 Feet nnd the
St Louis, Nov. 22. Paul J. Tuslin, r.
high jumper in a theatrical company, now
playing tere, dived from the Eadea Bridge
into the Mississippi River this rnorn
inp, a distance ot 130 feet. The leap -was
made from the center ot the bridge.
Before Tustiu struck the water he turned
a complete I'omerbault, striking the -water
The leap was made on a wager let"ween
William Oaien, manager of the theater,
and thejuanagerot Tustln's troupe. Gareu
thought the cold -weather would prevent
the dive. Tustln made the jump in cos
tume. He -was picked up by a tug chartered
for the puipose. When dressed be "was
arrested hut later -was released on bail.
It Is not believed that he "will be prose
Tnstin emerged from the river without
Injury, though ho complained that the
cold air and the "water had given him a
COMRADE FOLKES EXPELLED
Action Taken by the Sons of Con
Richmond, Va.,Nov. 22, Thect.mmitteo
appointed by the Grand Camp, Sons i.r
Confederate Veterans, to investigate the
charges concerning the employment A
members ol'tliecamp by certain book com
panics, made their report tonight. They
report from the evidence that Comrade
Folkes has been jrullty of cc nduct unbe
coming a gentlemnn and comrade, and
rcc-ommcud that he be expelled from the
Mr. Folkes was commander of the local
camp, aud a member t the hbtory com
mittee. No other member was implicated
iu connection with any book company.
The evidence elicted, however, iu this
exaraiuation, it is thought, will have con
siderable Influence in the election ot a
State superintendent of public instruction
by the legislature. John E. Massey is the
TREASURER TO SHOW CACSL'.
Order by Jude Hnjjner in the Prov
idence Hospital Jujiinetion Case.
Judge Hagner yesterday directed Ellis
II. Roberts, Treasurer of the United States,
toshow cause oil December 1 whyheshould
not be restrained from paying any public
moneys to Providence H6spital. The in
junction was applied for by Joseph Brad
field, who claimed that, as the title to
Providenco Hospital is vested in the Sis
ters of Charity of Emmittshurg, Md., it is
a violation of the Constitution 10 pay pub
lie monnj U. a sectarian institution.
The injunction was asked In consequence
of the appropriation for a contagious ward
to be built on the grounds ot the hospital
ACCUSING SENATOR BUTLER.
Yssertioif! of a Minister, Physiei.ir.
and Prominent Citizens,.
Baieigh, N. C, Nov. 22. Senator Butl-r.
ildUonai-PopuliKtcbafrmap, is charged with
making the following remarks:
'If colored men commit outrages npon
-white women, Democrats pietend to he
jrribly i-hocked in public; Lut "tth?ii thev
jt behind the wall and laugh until they
now fat and if outrages are not frequent
jnough they hire worthless negrcesto ecu:
This has raised a sLorm alloer the State
ll.itlei" denies haing used these words.
lutan Episcopal minister.a physician anUj-
rominent citizen declare that they heard
British Steamship Stranded.
Norfolk, Va., Nov. 22. In the thick fog
that has hung over the Middle Atlantic
coast, the British, steamer Straits of
Magellan. Capt. Hockland, bound from
Cork to Baltimore, str.iiided about threo
miles north of Little Island, and about
half a mile off shore, about 4 o'clock this
nitirnlr.g, iu an easy sea and a dense fog.
She signaled to the Little Island station
and the tug J- D Jones started to her
a'sslstance, but upon reaching Cape Henry
was signaled to return to Norfolk. The
steamer floated herself at 8-30 a. m. and
proceeded to her destination but little
Chronic inflammation, Female "Weakness,
Prolapsus Uteri, Itching, Ovarian Tumors,
Hysteria, Headache, Heart and ervous
Diseases, Sterility or Barrenness.
Are you weak and despondent, tired,
low-spirited, without any assignable cause?
Do the tears come, in spite oi you, with
out provocation? Does life seem a profit
less burden? Have you a feeling of fear
and apprehension, as if some great calamity
Were about to befall you? Are you nervous
and irritable, with a yearning to take
wings and fly from the curesot lite? Then
you are undoubtedly suffering from serious
derangement of tlie female organs and
should secure skillful treatment atonce, be
fore incurable complications arise. "'
Ladies surf ering from auy disease, weak
ness or disability peculiar to their sex arc
especially invited to call on
1411 Penn. Ave.
Adj. WiHard's Hotel.
No Unnecessary Exposure.
S"o Sacrifice of Modesty. .
85.00 A PJO&3TH,
Treatment and Medicines.
Dallyoffiee hours, 10 a.m. to 5, Mondays,
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
till 8 p. m.; Sunday, 10 to 12.
ON DUTY FOR UFE.THEVSHOULO BE"
Mil make them so.
Use the Liquid daily, the Powder
twice a week. Both in one pack
age. Sample for three cents.
P. 0. Bex 247, N. Y. City.
EXPLOSION KILLS TWO HEX
"While an Official Examination of a
Boiler Took Place.
Rochester, N. ., Nov. 22.-A boiler in
the engine room of the Graves -Elova tor
Works here exploded this afternoon, -wrecking
a one-story brick building in -which it
was located and burying thfr fireman,
and Patriok Shields, a boiler Inspector,
beneath its ruins. Both -were killed.
At tlie time of the explosion hhlelda,
who represented the Hartford Insurance
Company, was making an official test of
the boilers. He was found resting against
a chimney with the top or his head
All the wiudo-ws in the surrounding
buildings were blovrn out, and several
workmen employed in a neighboring pic
ture frame factory, were injured by flying
bricks. The cause of the explosion is not
known. The loss Is estimated at; $40,000.
GRAND JUUT WORK.
One Hundred a ltd Tn'irty-Six: Indict
ments In Montgomery Comity.
Rookvllie.Md., Nov. 22. -Tbe grand jnry
for Montgomery county, which has been
in session "r tbe past three- weeks, made
in substance the following report this
morning: Thatthey had examinedlTO wit
nesses and found 130 indictments, and
hat thy had ignored fifty-seven
petty indictments brought before
them at the instance of couuty officers
and reported the almshouse, Jull and court
house to be in first-class order. They
recommended several changes to be made
in the jail. They suggested that the
county commissioners allow tlie town au
thorities of RockvUIe to erect a budding
in the rear ot the court house square for
use of the fire department, and Xhat the
court house be supplied with electric lights
and water from the town.
THORN'S NEW TRIAL BEGINS.
The Day Devoted to. the Selection
of Seven Jurors.
New York, Nov. 22.-Martln Thorn, the
barber, who is charged with having mur
dered William Guldensuppe on June 25,
was put on trial for the second time in
the supreme court of Queen's county, sit
ting in Long Island City, this morning.
The renewed efforts on- the part of th
State to fasten the crime upon him was
attended with ill luck.
Justice Smith, who presided at the
former trial, announced from the bencn
that he was too ill to hear the case and
Justice Maddox, of Brooklyn, took bis
place. After Justice Maddox ascended
the bench lie hustled tliiims along-wltli
great celerity. Seven jurors had been"
Suicide of W. G. B.tgnnil.
Charleston, S. C, Nov. 22. -W. G.
Eagnall, a prominent young man from
Manning, S. C, commuted suicide at a
hotel here today, ne drank" an ounce ot
laudanum. He left a note saying be kill
ed himself because Mis nonnie Brown,
the daughter ot Ice v. C. C. Erown, rastor
of the Baptist church at Hunter, had
He had been drinking' for several days,
and was under the intluence of liqnor
when he took the poison. Iu his note Bag
nail begged his old sweetheart to lie true
and faithful to the next man to whom she
Short in His Accounts.
City of Mexico, Nov. 22. It ras been dis
covered that Charles Sommer, the general
manager for Mexico ot the Mutual Life In
surance CompanyotNew York.whorccently
committed suicide here, was short in his ac
counts with the company oer $.i.,um
Special Agent Goodman, who is auditiug
the books, has alre.-tdy discovered over S50,
(.00 shortage.anditisbelieiedthatit will
greatly exceed this sum.
Smuggler Mine Fire Out.
Aspen, Colo., Nov. 22. Manager Hallett
reports that the fire In the Smuggler
mine is practically out and he now thinks
that all danger is past. Theshait has so
cleared of gas that no Inconvenience is
occasioned to the men in traveling up
and down it Two stenm jets are still
playing into the slope and will continue
to do so for a week at least.
Escaped From the Comity Jail.
Chicago, Nov. 22. Three prisoners es
caped from the county jail this morning iy
sawing partly through two thiok iron bars
on a second-story window in the boys' de
partment of the prison, and lowering them
selves by menus ot a rope ot sheets to the
alley below." Two of the escaped men were
cellmates in the old JalJ .andt,lef t dummie
torepiesentthem. which they liad fashioned
I out of newspapers and blankets nnd had
UIUU'UUU HUl-Ii -
THE. . f
MA. Jk faT iffft yffr j4k. fti-f iBf
We give Trading Stamps with each casi
We have made wholesale re
ductions on all our more expen
sive lines of Furniture. The
remarkable prices we have placed
on the g-oods will hold good
until Wednesday nig-ht, unless
the articles are sold sooner. So
extreme has been the cutting
that in this instance we must
waive our rule of giving- credit
we positively could not afford to
without losing- money. We men
tion a few of the lines:
1 3-piece Mahogany Parlor
Suite, finely carved, uphols
tered in fine silk damask.
Was $75. Special cash sale
1 Very Fine Brass Bedstead,
2-in. posts, very massive.
Was $1 10. Special cash sale
1 5-piece Overbtuffed Par
lor Suite, upholstered in fine
silk damask. Was $125.
Cash sale price, $82-50.
1 Fine Quartered Oak
Chamber Suite, large oval
French plate bevel mirror.
Was $120. Cash sale price,
1 Very Fine Quartered Oak
8 -ft Extension Table, finely
carved. Was $42.50. Special
cash sale, $28.
1 Fine Oak Combination
Sideboard and China Closet
Was S65. Special cash sale
1 Fine Mahogany Chif
fonier, swelled front. Was
S4S. Special cash sale
1 Massive Solid Mahog-any
Chamber Suite, handsomely
carved. Was $450. Special
cash sale price, $310.
1 226 F St. NW.
, Sl'EClAL NOTICE.
THE NORTHERN LIBERTY MARKET
will be open on WEDNESDAY, the sMUf
Inrt. from 5 a. m- until IO p. in- and
clt6ed on Thanks giving d3v. GEO. P.
BOllRER, Supt. no23-2t
I. O. O. F., NO. 13.-SpeciaI meeting wfll
be liekt this evening, to make arrange
ments for the funeral of our late brother,
II. M. UeAtiey. By order ot the Noble
Grand, JOSEPH SUMMER'S. lt-eiu
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THBBIS-
TKICT OF COL.UMMA, thel9th dayef
November, 1S97. Nettie Beach, plaintiff,
vs. Howard O. Beacn, u. 1S464, hqmty
On motion of the plaintiff, by Mr. Will
C. Douglas, her solicitor, it is ordered
that tbe defendant, Howard O. Beach,
c-iuse his appearance to be entered trereia
011 or befcro tne rirst rule-uay oeenrrtu
forty days after this day. otaerwlse the
cause will be proceeded with as m easo
The object of this suit Is to secure a
divorce a vinculo.
And it is further ordered that a copy
of ttds order be published cace a wecK
m tne Washington Law Reporter and
Times for three successive weeks.
By the court: W. 3 . COS,
True copy. Test:
J. R. YOUNu, Clerk, fce.
. By M. A. CLANCY, Assistant Clerk.
LOST -Bet. 12th and C sts. se. and to
Ta- ave. to N. J. ave. se., cbalnnfatu
breastpin. Reward if returned to M. O.
COLBERT, 1202 Walter st. no23-3fc
LOST On Thurslay evening, ISth instant,
at or between Calvary Baptist church.
Sth at. and F st. cars, round, lace-trlMimtd
handkerchief: name in center. Reward if
returned to 2113 G at. no22.3t-ein
LOST On Thursday, a lemon and white
setter; lemon head and ears; blaze facer
lemon star; liberal reward. Return 1831
O st. nvv Itrem
LOST Saturday night. Eagle and A . watcth
charm, representing Anneuser Beach
Brewing Association trade-mark. Ffndar
please leave at office, 1st and Va. ave.
sw , and receive reward. It-em
LOST Pocketbook, containing bills and
papers or vulueto owner only. Reward
on returning to SIDDALL, 404 6th st.
FOR SALESUBURBAN PROPERTY;
FOR SALE -A pretty little home; six
cozy rooms; one acre fine ground; very
healthy location; best roads; excellent;
neignborbood; near schools and etiereaes:
Livingston road. 2 miles from Anacoatia;
a bargain; $1,100. Address the OWNER,
1322 12th st. ne. no23-3t
FOR SALE At public auction, without
reserve, to satisfy a deed of trust, on
Nov. 25, 1&97, five acres of laud, im
proved by large house and nam; the land
is about four miles from the city, near
electric railroad. Now is the time to get
a bargain. For particulars see JAMES
E. CLEMENTS, 132 IFst nw. noK2-3t
WA NTED POSTAGE STAMPS.
WANTED For casn. all kinds of Hatted.;
States postage and department stamps;
collections aiHi nought- II. F. DUN & .
HORST. 1005 7th ac nw ocO-U
ttNDEHT A KERS.
X. "WXIil-Iai LEE.
V32 Pn. Ave. N. "W.
S"lr.l-cu K-rvice. 'Phone. 13S5.
CARTER-On November 22, at 11:45
a. m., ADA J. CARTER, widow of WC
late Samuel C. Carter, and onlvdHiisMer
of John R. and Julia Gray,in berthhj$
Funeral from Ryland M. E. Church, cur
lier or Tenth and D streets southwest.
Wednesday, November 24. at 11 a- m.
Interment at Alexandria, Va.
"Safe in thearms of Jesus." It
HOERMAXN In loving remembrance of
MKS. JOHANNA HOEkMANN, whope05
fuily, departed this lire three years ago
one was a loving mother and grondr
mother, and her memory Is cherished bjr
all who knew her, for her many kind
acta of charity.
May she rest In pence for although
cone "from us, she wid never be forguUtou
bv her daughter, grandson Leo, and
Uii.NEU-On Sunday, November -1.
lfetiT. ANNIE LYD1A liENrsEK, belovud
daughter of Carl and A note Benner, aged
fce veu years.
Funeral from parents residence, 212
I-lrst street aoutnwest, Tuei-day. Novem-
1 bor 23, 1607, at J p. at. Funeral privat.