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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MON" DAT, OCTOBER 15, 1894.
We supply you
Overcoat to-day ?
the largest and best line in
town. All weights, all col
ors, all sizes, and all quali
ties from S10 to $50, and
not a poor garment in the
We have a specially good
light-weight one at SI 5, a
gra' mixed Scotch. Tweed,
wool serge lining and silk
sleeve lining. Will fit as
well as any custom coat at
Don't fail to see our line
of $15 Suits. It's our
special pride this season.
We put the same value in
them that others do in their
$20 ones. You'll say so
when you see them.
Robinson, Gheru $ Go,,
Clothes, Hats, Furnishings,
Twelfth and F Streets.
NOTHIKG TO CONCEAL.
President Falls Denies the Accusations
Drought Against the Reform School.
Mr. A. J. Falls, president or the board of
trustees of the District reformatory, emphati
cally denied to a Tijies roporter yesterday
the statements regarding his institution made
by "6ome one in a position to know."
"His statements are all lies, from beginning
to end," said Mr. Falls. "In the first place
wo have no such officer as Heary at the
school, nor anyono of even similar name.
And there was nothing that happened yester
day to give rise to any such report. There
was no escape from the institution, and no
trouble with any boy, Sambo, or any one
"So far from thero being any revolt among
the colored boys I can truthfully say that the
boys have never been more docile or appar
ently better contented than now.
"Wo have only had four boys escape from
the school during the past year, and wo havo
had more than 350 of them. They have no
reason to wish to escape. They are kindly
treated, well fed, and havo a good time.
Many times they como back to mo aftor they
nro discharged, and want me to take them
back, preferring it to their homes. If they
have no homes we don't discharge them till
we find them homes, and if the homes are not
suitable we take them back.
"No boy is beaten with a heavy strap or
made to bend over till his hands rest on his
toes and then whipped. I have been on the
board of trustees for twenty years and presi
dent for fifteen ye trs. I visit the institution
two or three or four times every week. I go
among tbo boys, and they don't hesitate to
complain to me. and it there was anything
like that reported I would investigate it'and
dismiss the officer if the charge was substan
tiated. "I exnmiuo their dormitories and bods,
taste of their food after it is cooked, and ex
amine it before it Is cooked. I devoto on an
average three or four hours a day to the in
stitution, and try to look after these boys as
if Ihoy wero my own, and I know that there
is not an iota of truth in those statements.
"In regard to the alleged attempt to intro
duce the paddle, I can say ilrst that it was
never thought of, and second thnt tbero is no
such officer as the superintendent of the
board of visitors, so ho eould not. of couiso,
"As far as possible all corporeal punishment
is avoided, and when it is necessary, as a
last resort, it is not near so harsh as that you
and I got at school without any protost. For
minor ofTenses the boys are not allowed to
play during tho recreation hours. For thoso
a little worse one or two of their merit marks
are taken awny from them, and when every
thing else fails, then corporeal punishment is
tried. The small boys get spanked once in
awhile or switched. Tho larger ones some
times got whipped with n skato strap not
three-quarters or an inoh wide nnd twulvo or
fifteen inches long, and overy whipping Is
promptly reported to the trustees.
'.'No appropriation will benskod with which
to erect a wall. Boys can't be reformed in a
prison, so tho board tries to eliminate as
many prison features as possible nud mako
tho reformatory a homo for them. And I
thiuk wo have succeeded. Wo havo nothing
to hide, nothing to bo ashamed or, and I
would liko the press or nny other representa
tive of tho peoplo to make a full investigation
at any time it may wish to do so."
FINEST IN THE COUNTRY.
Bishop Ittilison Consecrates, a Chalice
Costing Six Thousand Dollars.
Lancaster, Fn., Oct 14. Bishop N. S.
Itulison, or tho dloccso of Central Pennsyl
vania, to-day consecrated tho magniflcont gold
chulico presented to St. James' Episcopal
Church, of this city, by tho lato Mrs. James
Wiloy, of Bethlehem.
The challco Is richly studded with diamonds
nnd other jowols worn by tho donor during
her lire. It cost over SG.000, nnd Bishop Bull
son asserts that it is the most valuable in tho
Unito i States.
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Suits and Overcoats
We have said that our Fall and Winter stock was ready that it was more com
plete and better in every way than ever before. Now we are going to PROVE IT.
To-day and to-morrow we shall offer a feast of values that will make you thiuk twice
before you allow the opportunity to slip b'-.
may not seem quite enough to pay for a Suit or an Overcoat
but we are going to make a lot of new friends to-day by intro
ducing a special line at this figure. We won't attempt to de
scribe .them further than to say that the' are the best we have
ever seen at the price. They are from our own work rooms
and are sold under our guarantee.
is the next step and we have planned a surprise here also.
We shall leave it for you to say whether 'ou have ever seen
their equal at this price. Single and Double-breasted Suits
and Overcoats cut in the pink of the prevailing st3'les
Cheviots Tweeds Homespuns Worsteds, &C. Let us see
3rou to-day while the stock is complete. Every garment we
sell is kept in repair for one jear FREE.
IT a 9
I O JULll VW JUL O
'9 Seventh St.
The Below Coupon Is Worth 25c
On either Monday or Tuesday on the Purchase of One Barrel
. BREHD COUPON, j
9 WORTH 25 CENTS. 9
0 Owing to tho arbitrary manner in which tho ft
X popular and just demand of tho peoplo for q
bread at a reasonable prico has been met by
tho bakers, I havo decided to do my own y
& baking and thoreby save 0 a barrel on each A
X barrel of Hour used. n
V Worth 25c. on tho purohnso of one barrel of
A JOHNSTON'S, 729 7th St. ft
Cut out the above coupon anil present to us on oither Monday or Tuos
day, tho 15th and ICth, uud we will allow you 23c. on your purchasing a
barrol of flour.
Electric Light Flour - - .
Lily of Minnesota Best Pat. Flour
This week we will give to purchasers of every pound of
Tea or three pounds of Coffee,
Fourteen-inch Vases, Large Majolica Pitchers,
Gold Cream Pitchers, Gold Band Plates,
Silver Candlesticks, Large Gold Band China Pitchers
Java and Mocha Coffe
Best Mixed Tea - -
Either White Wine or Cider Vinegar 17c gal
G pound Pail Persorves (all kinds; 50c
3 pound3 Lard, loose 25c
4 pounds Large Fancy Itleo 25c
C pounds Buckwheat Flour 25c
White Drip Syrup, per gal 45c
3 largo bottles Lemon or Vanilla Extract 25c
Best Granulated Sugar : 5c lb
Electric Light Flour, bbl.... : S3.25
Lily, best pat. Flour, bbl 54.25
5 largest Ituinford's Yeast Powder 25 3
2 cans Baby Milk (best for infants) 25c
G cans Sardines 25c
3 packages Quaker Oats 25c
3 packages Sago, Tapioca, Farina, or Macaroni 25c
5 pounds Cod Fish (choice white) 25c
3 pounds New Fat Mackorel... "v 25c
Hams. Shoulder Breast, (best Baltimore sugar curod).
Best Table Corn Meal (Squirrel Brand;, sack 15c
G pound Largo Lump Starch 25c
7 cakes Star Soap 25c
2 pounds Best Mixed Cake3 25c
3 pounds Frosh Mixed Candy i 25c
3 pounds ltai3ins. Currants, or Prunes 25c
Smoked Herring, per bos 20c
Christmas Opening, November 21, 22, 23.
THE JOHNSTON COMPANY. Telephone 816.
The news of tho breaking up of the co-partnership existing between
Price & Long (The Famous) is out. No announcement of recent yeara
has caused so much comment in commercial circles. On or before No
vember 15, as Mr. Price, the retiring partner, requires that bis share be
paid in cash, this entire stock of newly selected Fall and Winter Clothing
must bo converted into dollars and cents.
A veritable "Slaughter of the Innocents." Time la limited and stock
immense. There's no room for sentiment. Every garment must go, no
matter how great the sacrifice. Carloads of
just opened for the season's trade will be offered at PRICES that all will
concede to be the LOWEST ever heard of. In fact, everything MUST
ana will go, no matter WHAT the nrlce.
803 Perm. Ave. Market sPace:
We are flttia? our FINEST LENSES
in hard rubber and poliabel steel
frame EYEGLASSES and SPECTA
CLES for only il you can't buy
mere comfort or satisfaction a: any
Z2fSo charge for scientific exam
ination of eyei
McAllister & Co.,
(Next to Sun Bid?.
J 311 F ST. N.W.
621 Pennsylvania Avenue N,
UNDER METROPOLITAN HOTEL.
Politicians and all Public Men are often justly accused of quibbling with
the platform of their constituents; few indeed STAND FIllMLY ON IT.
We never Evade the Issue. Our platform:
II Don't Take GhancBS,
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Miss Maria Parloa
the use of
Extract of Beef
And she has written a
which will be sent free
on application to
Daucby& Co., 27 Park
Place, New York.
We Print Briefs--
Print tbom well, print them correctly, and
always have them out at the time prom
ised. Ifeii't that "north something to you
lawyer We think so. Let as do your
C-.NotbinE too large or too email for us
McGILL & WALLACE, Printers.
1107 E Street Isortliwcst.
FUNERAL EXPENSES REDUCED.
S. H. HINES,
Undertaker and Embalmcr. Main Ofilce. 2203
nnd 2905 i'ourteenth btreet northwest Branch
ofSee MO Four-and-a-half stieot southwest.
Twenty years' exporlenco in the business, and
Sret-ctaBs work guaranteed. Arrangements can
be made with us for funerals in any part of tho
Jo. 2 Varnished Coffin, without class $15.00
No. 4 Varnished Coffln. with glass 23 tt)
JJo. 5 Varnished CasVet, with glass 33 00
o. CVarnibhod Cafcket, better grade 45 00
Ko. 7 Ulack Cloth CaRket, with glasa 55.03
No. 8 Black Clot i Casket, with glnns 05.00
No. S Black Cloth Casket, with glass 75.00
No. JO Black Cloth Casket, with glass bS.OO
Metallic Caskets furnished in proportion when
destrod. It will cost you nothing to investigate
our prices. fceU-Gmo
GREETED BY HIS COMRADES.
FREE. 25 WATCHES, FREE.
W A. Fennoyer, Jr , formerly with M. Gold
Giuith & Son, announces that be has opened a
department f or the repairing of Watches, Clocks,
nnd Jewelry at 453 Pennsylvania avenue, and
that he will dean the first 25 Watches, and every
tenth Watch thereafter will bo repaired free of
charge to the owner, beginning Oct. 15 1 p. m.
All work warranted 1 year.
Cleaning, 75c Main Spring, 75c.
W. A. PJ2WOYER, Jr., 458 Pa. Ave.
Reception to National Commander Tanner
by the Union Veteran Legion.
National Commander Tanner and party ar
rived at 8:15 p. m. Saturday from Newark,
N. J., with the intention of slipping of quietly
to their homes for needed rest, but when the
train pulled into the station they found await
ing them fully 200 of their comrades of tho
Union Ye teran Legion with that splendid
young organization, the J. B. Henderson
Fife and Drum Corps, nt the fore.
Carriages were provided for the incoming
officials, and, preceded by local Encamp
ments Nos. 23, 111, and 69, they were dnyen
to the national headquarters at No. 910 Penn
sylvania avenue northwest, where a more
formal welcome awaited them.
The main hall of tho building was crowded
with enthusiastic members of tho Legion, and
when Lieut. Col. Burllngham rapped for or
der, and in a few appropriate remarks intro
duced tLo new national commander, vocifer
ous applause greeted him, which continued
for seeral minutes.
Commander Tanner responded to this out
burst witu a modest reference to his elevation
to tho position ot supremo authority, nnd paid
a high tribute to tne seal and earnest devo
tion displayed by the Washington delegation
In his behalf ntNewarx. Among other things,
he said thcro was but one military rank to
which he was honestly entitled that of cor
poral, aud a ho let the title fall from his lips
there was a vigorous hand-clapping all over
I He referred specially to Col. Joo JIcKibben,
Comrades Rimes, Hodg"s. and Grindlcy, nnd
many others, and said he had but fow words,
but would bow very low in response to their
disinterested friendship. He promised to
give to the management of the office his best
efforts, and hoped that when ho handled tho
gavelet Buffalo, one year hence, nono would
havo cause to reret the choice of commandor
made at Newark; that none should havo any
feeling save that of pride that tiny favored
tho result of the recent contest for the ex
Brief addresses were delivered by Com
i rades Troutman, Fritts, Wright, Hlmes,
O'Connor, Kibble, Yedder, and others, all ex
pressing gratification at the honors won by
Tho commander pleaded fatigue as his rea
sons for wishing to reach his homo, and nt
10:30 p. m. tho uioeting, which amounted to a
first-class camp-flro, was dispersed by com
The Legion membership will have another
public meeting later, to which a banquet will
be added, and The Times has an invitation to
FIVE LESS THAN A CENTURY.
PEA COAL, $4.25 PER TON.
PINE WOOD, $4.00 PER CORD.
OAK WOOD, $5.00 PER CORD.
DELIVERED FltEE OF CHABGE.
THOS. W. RILEY,
FOOT OF ELEVENTH AND TWELFTH
Telephone, No. 1754.
Death of Oran Follctt, One of William
Cullcn Bryant's Friends.
Sasddskt, Ohio, Oct. 14. Hon. Oran Fol
lctt, of this city, died this afternoon in his
nlnety-flfth year. TVben n boy he learned the
printer's trade, edited a paper at Batavia, N.
Y., forsome years was a member of tho New
York Legislature, and an associate of Thurlow
After removing to Ohio he was tho editor
of the Ohio Stato Journal, a member of the
board of public works, president ot tho San
dusky, Dayton and Cincinnati Railroad, re
tired to private life in 1858. but continued to
write for tho press, frequent articles from his
pen appearing In the Register, of this city,
nnd the New York Evening Post.
He was an intimate friend of William Cul
BAPTIZED IN THE RIVER.
Five Female Converts Undeterred by Blus
tering Wind nnd Chilly Water.
Despito the chilly northwest wind yesterday,
which sent pedestrians scurrying along to
their comfortable hearthstones, Rev. Sydney
Harris, pastor of tho Independent Methodist
Church, at Second nnd Q streets, baptized
eight converts In the cold and muddy waters
of tho Potomac during the noontide hour.
The scene of tho baptism was Dore's land
ing, a short distance above the Navy Yard
Bridge, in tho Eastern Branch. On tho pre
ceding Sunday twelve dusky followers of John
the Baptist wero dipped at the same plnce,
and it was announced that thero would be at
least twenty-five baptisms yesterday. Many
wero deterred, however, by tho chilliness of
the water and atmosphere.
The live female converts were attired in
looo fitting wrappers, while the men woro
variegated costumca of manystyles and colors.
The minister was assisted by two stalwart
deacons, who escorted tho dripping and
shivering penitents to the shore after they had
been beneath tho water, covered them" with
blankets, and saw that they wero Enugly s
conced in tho furniture wagons, in which
they rodo to and from tho church.
At the conclusion of tbo baptism a lovo
feast was held, whioh lasted until late in tho
night. Tho picturesque ceremony was wit
nessed by sovoral hundreds of spectators, who
lined tho shores of tho branch.
PLACID AS A FOUNTAIN LAKE.
All is Lovely Now for Pretty .Mnrnio Inge
and Her Lover.-
Mamio Inge, the pretty nineteen-year-old
school girl, who eloped from a boarding
Bchool at Burkevllle. Va., about fifty mile3
from Richmond, with Walter Snnford, a
young drug clerk, as detailed Jn yesterday's
Times, was released from tho custody of tho
First precinct police about noon yesterday.
She was arrested on a telegram at tho Sixth
street depot and held for her parents, while
Sanford went off and tried to secure her re
lease, which came at the time stated. In tho
meantime Miss Inge was given comfortable
quarters with the matron of No. 1 station.
Her releaso was affected by a telegram to In
spector Hollinbergor from the young lady's
parents. The dispatch stated that the young
couple-wero to bo married in Richmond to
day and that all arrangements had been per
fected for the nuntials.
As Sanford proudly escorted his future
bride from the station-house yesterday for the
purpose of taking her to dinner before teain
time, he turned to Policeman James Toyman
"They say tbo course of true lovo never
runs Braooth. but our course is now as placid
as a mountain lake,"
TYPOS NOT COWING.
is nlway3 sustained under evory condition and circumstance. Every
business day in tho year finds us planted firmly in tho center of this
tower of strength. We delight in sellini: clothing and wo delight in sell
ing it cheap; lienco PUBLIC APPROVAL. Being MANUFACTUUERS
and RETAILERS wo are closer to tho peoplo and easily underspll com
petition. OurFall nnd Winter stock of SUITS AND OVERCOATS is now
ready for inspection. When you"re around our way drop In.
9 There is but
One Gas Lamp 1
?' worth using, and that bens tho Z.
Cas perfectlr-Kives a steady. y
- nilllC,UXll Mill. iii,Iit.UU UVC3U .
y get out of order thats the
Jl UUJ13 ICM fco mti iuu utit.u
ary burner and can be attached
to without altering the gas
DiDe Only at
fi Gas Appliance Exchange,
I 1428 N. Y.Ave.
that our stoci ol clothing Is tallor-mada
from becinnlng to end and every gar
ment bears the name and address cf tho
man xrho made it. Our store is the enlj
one of its ilnd in Washington a "Clear
ing House for tho ml3flt3 and uncalled
for garments of more than two hundred
tailors scattered in twenty different
cities throughout the country. There's na
use in wearing ready-made clothing when
we can fit you out in a Regent cut, Prlnre
Albert, or Cutaway shaped in tbe newest
Fall styles for less than ONS-THIRD cf.
their actual value. Any necessary alter
ation will be made free of ccst New Fall
Weight Overcoats nst In.
a T1 O
811 7th St.
There Is but one
and that's the one you want for head
ache, brainwork, nervous debility,
Everybody sells It Made by W. R. Warner &
Co., Philadelphia and New Tort
Permanently cured: no oneratlon: no detention
i from business. We guarantee to absolutely
t cure all cases we undertake, of either ser, no
, matter of how lone standins, without the use of
knlfo. Lxaminatio! s tree, by
Tire Hernia Institute.
Suits 24 and 26 Mezterott Building,
oc9-lmo No. 1110 F street nw.
Pa. Ave. N. W.,
Between gtli and ioth Streets.
Geo. C. B
G. W. MERRILL CO. SELL GOOD
Main oQce, 451 Jf ew York Avenue;
branch. 1633 L St.; depot, 4th and R
Be Careful of Your Watch
If It gets out of repair. Intrust the
Axing of it to an "expert" only. Many
a watch has been ruined by "mate-
believe" watch-makers. We gnaran-
tee our wori. Well insure your watch
S2 a year.
Geo. W. Spier, 310 9th St.
OLD FOLK DAY.
Headquarters Not to Bo Removed Tho
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 1L After a lonjf
executive session tho typographical conven
tion referred the pressmen's matter to the
After the Installation of officers tho ques
tion of removing headquarters from Indian
apolis to Wasbingten was dofeated.
The Cbilds-Drexol committee's lengthy re
port was adopted.
Interesting Services at the Trinity .Metho
dist Lpiscopnl Church.
Uniting brotherly and sisterly Christian
love in tho obsorvanco of an annual Old Folk
Day has recently become an established cus
tom of Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church,
on Fourth street southeast. Ono Sunday in
each October is sot apart for services to bo
made particularly interesting to tho agod
members of the church, who, becnuso of their
infirmities, are unable to, attend regularly.
With an unusually appropriate and impres
sive programme of song and prayer, all day
yesterday was devoted entirely to tho reviv
ing of tho'so spiritual associations bo blessed
to tho old people. In spite o f tho coldness of
tho weathor, hundreds of persons attended
tho services, crowding tho church beyond its
seating capacity. Tho majority of the old
folks walked, some by themselves, somo in
couples, some supported by tho arms of
friends or relatives, and somo plodding their
wenry way assisted by a cano or crutch.
Those to whom the exertion of walking was
too severe wero brought in carriages kindly
loaned for tho purpose by residents In tho
vicinity of the church.
A delegation of six inmates from tho Metho
dist Homo was driven over to tho church to
participate in the exercises. Tho principal
part of tho services took place in tho morning
at 11 o'clock. Aftor tho congregational siug
ing of the hymn "0, for a Thousaud Tongues
to Sing," prayer was offered up. Following
this an anthem, "Jerusalora," was rendered
by tho choir and orchestra and then a Scrip
ture lesson was read. Inspired with the de
termination to lift up tho souls of tho nged
congregation, Mrs, Ada Ober Losch sang a
solo with all tho power and sweetnes her
voice could command.
When tho benediction had been pronouncod
eight members or tho Junior Epworth Leacuo
connected with the church marched up either
aislo of tho auditorium and decorated the
pulpit with flowers.
Tho morning sermon wa3 preached by Rev.
B. Peyton Brown, of tho Methodist conf or
enco, on tho text "Christ, tho divine coun
sel," taken from Revolations 111:18. In tho
courso of bis homily Dr. Brown said that the
doctrines of God, as expounded to-day, havo
not merely been tried, but that they havo been
tcstod, proved, and refined, "We do not come
hero this morning to bring a new religion or J Q
to present new truths, but we bring the sarao I
truths of our Saviour that havo been triod I y
and tested in all tho earth's crucibles. They ! q
have been tried in tbo crucibles of infidelity. I Y
"Men of strong mind3 inspired by an evil in- ! W
V 617, 619, 621 I3th St. N. W.
, X Luncheon from 12 to 2-.S0, 25c.
w Dinner from 5 to 7, with pint
9fla claret, 50c. Table board,
"including lunch, 20 per
! Q month.
"Everything is cooked and
served In first-clas style. Sep
arate cafe for ladles.
John H. Stewart, Manager.
t Pea Coal $4.50 Ton
get it now before the Jump In prices
O which i3 sure to come. Getting your
coal of us means getting clean coal,
Q fall weight, and getting it promptly.
ARTHUR B. SMITH,
4TH AND I STS. N. E. 1
MASS. AVE. and F STS. N.E. J-PhonelOrT.
3TH AND K STS. N. W. j
V John G. Jron. F. M. Detwxilxb.
V ESTABLISHED 1S63L
V Neatness Punctuality Fair Pricea.
tent havo burned the midnight oil and tolled
to purgo away tho truth of Christ's rolfc.on.
Have they succeeded? Thank God, not! Their
actions go not down to history, but their
books remain unused on the shelves of tho
enrth, Tho religion still shining leads man
to a spiritual enlightenment and to his Sav
iour. It has been tested in the crucibles of tho
iuiquitious, but as the storms o-tside only
mako tho trees bury their roots deeper so the
tests of tho faithless have imbedded the truths
of religion deeper in the minds of man.
"Amid all tho persecutions of tho ancients,
religion has lived and triumphed, nnd is
found brighter, moro buoyant, and more
hopeful. Tho influence of God is unseen. The
unseen seed of the fruit Is most strengthen
ing, so tho unseen power of God sustains man
when in his weakest condition. In death, in
affliction, in poverty, m all discouraging and
dishenrtoning circumstances, whore do wo
find relief but In tho grace of God?"
In tho afternoon at 3 o'clock the audi
torium of the church was again crowded.
An old-fashioned love feast was held, led by
Bov. Mr. Brown and Bey. M, 1 B. Bice. D.
D., pastor of tho Fourth Street Church.
Manj of the aged ones told exceedingly in
teresting stories of their besetting sins in tho
days of their youth nnd tho compunctions of
conscienco which led them from tho paths of
uncertainty to those of Christianity.
Tho exercises of tho day were carried out
undor the direction of the Epworth League of
the church, thoso In chargo being Mrs.
Maurice Attorback. Mrs. Annio McCathran,
Mrs. A. Hancock. Mrs. B. Gordon, Mrs. C. W.
Bobannon, Mrs. Florence Hill, Mi3s Clara J.
Bolt, Miss A. M. Mathis. Miss L. Prazzaro,
Miss C. Ober, Miss L. Dunn, Miss Lucy
Prosper!, Miss M. Fullaloyo. Miss Sadio
Prazzaro, Prof. B. R. Stratton, Messrs. Maurice
Attorback. Andrew Hancock, H. F. Belt. A.
A. Chnpln, S. E. Cook, and 0. TV, Bobannon.
Czar Alexander Will Gradually Decline
Berlin, Oct. 14. According to the Loknl
Anzeiger, a Tlcnna physician, who Is fully In
formed by St. Petersburg doctors, states that
the diagnosis of the Czar's complaint wavers
between cancer Jn the urethnl region and in
flammation of tho kidneys. All tho doctors,
however, agree thnt the end will be neither
speedy nor sudden, hut that death will come
after a gradual decline.
O CC-'"0--03 -"
WILLIAM MUTRHEAD, 13-C
Fourteenth streol northwest.
Branch oClce and yard, 2100 D
El I All
JUdd & DBiWBiler,
Printers and Publishers,
420-422 Ilth St N. W.,
Washington, D. C.
Frinters to the Scientific Socioties ot
Washington, T. S. Supreme and. District
Flint anything from a Tisltlag card to a
thousand page book.
Its License to Be Revoked.
The correspondence between Assessor
Trlmblo and Supt. Pierce, ot tho New York
insuranco department, concerning tho Com
mercial Alliance Insurance Company, as men
tioned in Tub Times, was referred to Attorney
Thomas, with tho expectation that if in bis
opinion necessary, ho would preparo a notice
of revocation of license, to bo served upon the
company, but overlooking this requirement,
tho attorney returned tho papers with nn
official opinion that unless the company could
show causo to the contrary notice should bo
issued requiring it to discontinue business in
tho District. Tho papers woro returned to
Mr. Thomas yesterday, requesting him to pro
pare tho notice of revocation. In duo time,
therefore, the company will probably receive
an official notification that it junablo to dis
prove the allegations raado in tbo official re
port of the superintendent of insurnnco, it
will havo to ceaso operations in the District.
and Highest Honors.
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