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V?. 77?No. 17,047. WASHINGTON, D. C.. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1990. TWO CENTS.
THE EVENING STAR
FTDLISHED DAILT, Except Sunday,
AT TITK STAtt BtU.I>I>CiS.
Krrthwwt Ccrttr Ftznaj'.m^: Ait.. ad 11th 9t, t-j
The Evening: Star Newspaper Company,
8. II. K.UTFMANN, Prt*L
Tut Ftttvi <*?R Is served in tnhjrrlhrr* In the
ttty ?>y esrT ?-rs,<?*i t?? frown arco int. at 10 rnfa per
w??k. or 4 k j*r month. Copies at the cuuiiter. J
IBt? each By mall?postal pr paid?otl tecU a
?uonth. on? yr-At. *?>. an mouths, *1.
IFr.tered at th. Post Other at W jshiiurton. D. C. u
arrondrlas* mail r.tatter
Tbk W'Er?LT Sta??pnhll'tvd on Friday?SI ?
|??I roilir- prepaid. Sfy m.tilha, .V)<-?ita.
*rr All li.a. 1 siil.-w-rl' ?Ion* ::r'*t be :?ld ui idTlDM;
W paper ml loiarr thun is paid
_Bate? o! advt r*.i>uiir rna-to known on arbitration.
SPECIAL NOTICES. _
,1111. SALE OF UHn IN MU1.NO LAKE
Park ontiijiie*: no arivancc has bevu n.sdr
l frtrrf ? 1l"l \ tt a chofc c lot 40xl*-0 to al.ey.
uly #."> cash an.i j._, . no liit? r>*i: iineat op
MWnlty toM< ?'< a I 't '<*Um Metroi olitan Branch
ever oCeied. a few corner lotsvi < 1 ju still for *aic.
WAbll.N I>A.NEMioWEB.
alio :? * for. l:Kh and G at*, n. w.
? lhMI OKAli Y OFFICE
CA1TIAI. Tlcrsr comptxy.
.'532 Pennsylvania Altnilc 'ioiilhoust.
CAPITAL SHAKES
Sl.OiU.OO<>. *10 each.
B.. k? ot autoarriptlon to the capital stock ?< t!ie
?J? \c n)i>i|iu) wni oi <>c fr in September 20.
IH'.IU. ti. S-pteuiber 1S:ki. tnc.usivo. at the iollow
iiin place*:
1. t H' lESST.E. Tbc Arlington.
W IL1.I\M H. CRosHV. In- National.
A. s. CAY ?'? ?>l>. o:i:i <itti *t. n.?,
A1XKN C CLARK. ?0j Fat n.w.
a.ndkew frey. :?oa:i M at. u.w.
J< >HX O SI,A 1 Kit. :trj Perns, me. ?
Trrwi>( *ub-crtptiou: Five |?r oeut en October 1,
1SOO. ami per, rtit each thirty days ihert-afw.
*1 hi* c< mpany will occupy a lit Id Dot now covered
by any financial institution ti> this important secliou
?i the <ity undolfers toaubscribera a profitable return
C: th' Ir itiv>-?tni?:nt
suijei rli'ti' na n ciivtd anil all ia'ormatioa farnlabed
by anv <>1 the uffl< er? ?>r directors.
JotiS O. SI.A 11 11.1'resl l. ut.
CIlAKI.ts CHKInTIAM. \ ue Tree Went.
HLXItV K. SIMPSON. Secretary.
mUEc'TOUS :
#ohn H. Buarher. J.d'rarl B. Hnirbet,
Jubn Cammrk, TliuniaiJ. Kinir,
Va. 1>. Campbell, Henry A. Uu<er.
AlUrt r?rrj, Archibald M. M.-Lachlen,
Aaf.u S. Ca? ivood. J..hii II. O'liuniiWi.
? Uarlrs ChrKtiaul. 'linMptlllUi 1.. Koeeal*,
Ailen C. Clark. John li. ltotheit.
Appletcu P. Clark, jr., Meury K. Sinii aon.
NNtiliam H. Cnnb|, Juhn O. ~lat?r,
J. 11. oru.K Curt .a. John MrOrciror,
Jauie* Fraaer, Asa Mhitebuad.
Analrew Frey. James L. U?rU>ur.
%Viiliain A. Uordon, a"0-10t
FFk LA VERM. Al T1NTIOV?UlrBE
will he a s|*cial imctinif Ml)M)AV
>. V1-N1NO at 1-ill comer oi lili and I. sin., at H
o'clock, to adopt our new constitution, and every
member i? r. nu. ?ted t-. lie present. By order of the
iinioti. JaMFs >1. li iiCI'. lire. Sec. al5-7t
?- __>L>K. UFATH. DEM iM,
?v.?. Havmir found an i tfii e oior* convenient for
h? puti na has r-moved to
ati'JU- lin* 711 14th St. 51.w.
?^.WILKINS' iniN IINU HOL'SE.
?^32, 1 'J loth at. n.w.
Commercial and Pi nsion Hora.Briefa, Billa, RpeerhM
.kc. Preaa M orl> and \V Ire Stltchintf tor the trade.
Ua-'Jui
c X. St LATtllKH HA8 removed
h.s OtB. ?> to 140:1 N.Y. ave. il? aul-~m*
"CERTIFICATES OF 8T(K K AND
?^2. CLeuura. Al: n.ethisla rf l*rintinK and
Ei.ifiavuig: OEKNtV * ItoBEKTS,
inh'^j 407 10th ?t.. AdioinitiH Poet Buikdinir.
EQCITABLE
CO-OPEBATIVE BUILDING associatiox,
~EQL1TABLE BriLDISO," 100J F ST.
ASSETS #1,110.002.77.
Office honni. from 1> a.m. to 4 HO p.m. daily. On
Ihe 8rat W ednesday in each month the office will be
oi en I rein 6 to S o'clock p.m. Advance, will bo made
promptly at 7 o'clock, i he loth laaue of atock la open
lor aubacrtptton.
Share* are #2 50 per mnnth.
41.000 advanced on each share.
Tatnphleta eiplalninit the nhlects and advantage* of
the Aaaociauon are furi.iahed upon application.
THOMAS SOMEKV1LLE.
JNO. JOY EPSON. See'ry. Je3
Cjtbastvs PLZZLE.
Many per*.ins Lave re%;rte<l tothen9?of fractiona
Which ia in t ImpUf-l jn tftw propusitiou. an<l UM frsc
tiouM ciuDot be a?M<st :in?l ua.M without duplu-atiutr
the u* of some tin?in*. ller?'is oi:e with trartion^
wiiich ii??mou^trates ail, hv.) )>Uw 7 10-5 eiiua a
10U. The fr:M t;un? here are 4and th? whole liumberH
rre !Hi, added thus: plus 7 e<ju?lH WtS:
4?i-4J3 phia equals 4. plus 4 equals 100.
'1 his ll.uarratfs ail traction* and shows thai t?? use the
aula of the fraction* Tueuiaily is usiuk it to obtain the
r? suit, as 100 cau onl> ko Kottm by witliny the sum of
fraction*. Then-are rec :vev! live coirert aolutioD-s
audi take pl? asure in sayiDkr to succeiwlul competi
tor* that the tumblers?re?ubtet*t to yonr order.?>Ii?s
bailie A. Kuril-. tilliT I st. n.w. -1f>, 10, '.i, 4, ?>equals
VH plus 'J equal."* ltK> Mrs. Mohitresh, iil7 Mass,
ave. li w.?Si, 7.1, 40 eq'ialsMM p.ua'J e?iiials I ihi J
Mi*s S?t-lla Tucker, 4th ?t u. w ?K. ?>. 4. .*5, o0
eipiala 7 1 plus *JMe<ju?ls lOO. Mrs. J. C. bruff. 4.*>4 j
>?..! a^f. a ".?7, H. .>, 4. .5, lM equal* ?.?H plu?* ?* ?-quals
1UO. Mr. J. T ftiowhard, 1^!* ts st. a w.-O, 10,
47 equals Otlplus 'J equalItHl. Mrs. tV. 11 Mine. ,
II00t> I' ?>t., Georg-etown, D.C.-T0, 10. 3, 4, ?> equals
piua "J sijuaU 100. 1 Jjavcouu rejlyrrom New
\ork and one !n?rn Hwitiro?<r?- I vwM io those who
(? i?-d to use the 0 uiid lhooewh*. j ut it ;n improper .
|>liM-e tiiai they would have b*?H rty'it aa<i t*ot j
.
t J/koli t end a>hn Yon will hnd some
Ift'*t!i#*n wr rthyouT tiw. You will *et useful I
Uiiormatiou and, if folio wed up. yoa will aave money.
&CMEMCER THE NAME AND PLACES.
M. C. ORASTY,
FUBN1TCBE, CARPETS*
CHINA, GLASS. Ac.,
EVEUYTilING FOR CASH.
?20 ||l?.Ult 7th at. b.w.
A F
ew Specials r or
EARLY FALL.
Curtain Scrim in a half do*en different rat
tern*. Including one fancy, only & cant* per
yard.
Imitation China Silk Tattero* arc beautiful,
the usual lS-cent quality, otir Price 12V?c.
Lace Curtaina in White and Ecru, tlapair
and up.
C'heuille Portiere* we are *ho?ln?at what
was conaidcr. d trc od value at 47. aO.
Fall and Winter I'nderwtar. ? We will open
the season by ollrrl 11K' a Ladioa' Merino Vest,
tiz<- UH to 40, at ;!o cents, price was 50 centa.
In Men'* we will sell a* lonir as they laat, ft
Fcotcb Ur?y Wool, rwular, ends, a.ze :18 to 44.
at - j centa. You cau't match them lcsa than
00 cent*.
Cur New Pre*. CkxxU arc In. We will dwell
on them later. They are worthy of an early in
apcctioa.
CABHART k LEIDT.
?20 028 7 th aC and 7 0C K at. n.W.
TnrnsDAT, Aca -8, ieoa
ELPH0NZ0lOrSGS COMPANT
ARE NOW offering
Few Crop Teaa-Sweat and Fragrant and price*
moderate?
A'.ao, nothwithatandinc the advance in Flonr, we ar*
oifennir aome rtui tjrjami in that department
Our "Bi? Barvain" Brand at t5.75 i* a Good Patent
Froceaa Floor, which we folly guarantee. Iillabury a
Beat? Fr.at Supply- Rock Bottom Price.
LLPBOSZO VOUMid COMPANT.
P.B,-We are nowmvin#a bandaome Fan toavery
(c.-cbaM of Mandber.&c JavaCoCaa. K.V.C.
ai'B
School Books
A lAbuE STOCK FOR EVPBT GBADE,
AND ALL SORTS OF SCHOOL STATION*
EB V. AIL AT THE \ EI.V LOWEST prices,
WHOLESALE and retail.
, C. C.~pI-R3KLL.
?18-lm.lp 41U 0TH ST. X.W.
Good t locb
1* a Trie Uooa to
Bonaekeepent.
BtLCHELL s BKBT
Alwa>i Mncceeda.
X W. BlUCHELU
132o k .u
r
AMAH
IXDIEI
?Hi***
A laialive retreahltic.
SiUlt i. u L.fe,
*try aKieeaue to taks for
CGNHTirA'flOX.
I emorrhcikla. b|k
ltfaaot a| pet.n,ir-u*trac and
latrni.oii ifc u hies ami
Lt soai l* kii?iad
Ituki them.
? / G H I L L O X,
?' Ui*> koiiiouicsu, Pstl%
b> ail VtvkmUul
SPECIAL NOTICES.
r^_?NhW J'l'ILDlNo AS*o< I\TI iN".-\spE
eial ! ??Ttiiv of 1110 National Permam nt
bntldtMr Assocation will I " ltoM on WfcDSKiDfcY
E\ Ijti I\a, Septeinlier'M. at T O oclnck.at -st. Jo
* sopir* llti;. corner .1th ai d II *ts. n.w. lor the pur
' |*>sc of adopting tlitr Constitution. All nivniLfru ktiil
those desiring to become such art) requested to bo
prcwellt.
Share* #1 per month each.
Hr?t payment of stock Friday Eveulug, Oct 3L
For further iuloriuatioD a| I ly to
C, A. Brickwtide, S"i"J !'th st. n.w.
Lorenz Klnnrr. 311 H st. r..w.
A<lol|>ii Levy. K'ti m-w Jors. y eve n.w.
Juo. A. Sciiafer A: IJm.. Iii-.'o Ttli st n.w.
II. Burkhardt, lUllla: tl 101.1 Ttli u.w.
11. Mart l:y, comer -4ttt and O sts. n.w.
John Sliughmc. 11 <13 Ttli st. ? w.
Sorgt David I>>.riuiurj.ij. 111'.'!'New Jaraey ave.n.w.
Jotiu I litlers, JMIt! 7th at.n.w.
Anteu Kcniy, 1 :?vl ~^'d st n.w.
Keli. Tooi for. 4.11 II st. n.w.
Adolph Miiler. 1 X.-111I1 ?t. n.w.
Benedict Both, 1033 7th at. n.w.
e'-'O-at COMMITTEE.
why worBVf
Why worry with tenants, worry with repair*,
worry with payiasc taxes worry with any
thing coudi cted with the u.auagenient of
property when it ran all be eared? We will
save It for you 1 f you lot ti?.
?20--*t a H. WARNER ft CO.
H. N1C H1 >Ls ON \\ 1)7. UAsTiEMOVEU
n.s office and residence to 1,311 11 si u.w.
1 itti. e km S to 1 ilUk .Hid 3 to 0 r 111. ayo til*
?- ~? etunvtir
B);mu S Adam*. Book sad Job Printer, haa
renii'vi'il to .11-J llth ?t. n.w. With new preanon, new
type, tho labor-saving device* known to the art and a
building especially adapted to the limlnwi, he pro
poses to show you a Model Printing Offlco 1. you will
call. ?VII-?it
j?- ?.^SPECIAL NOTICK.
Now IS the time to order your Shirt*. ami
the Itranch Baltimore Shirt I'm tori irt the place to
oidor them. Wen re making to order Six r meat Dries
fchirts, solid bosoms, tor ?> ?. Give us a rail.
S. 1!. ELLEhl & Jos. II. IRELAND. Managers,
s"o-3t I#31 llth at. u.w.
>GEO. T. KEEN.
TAILOR
FALL STOCK
NOW HEADY.
?20-Um 4 14 ma ST.
Of- _FALL OVEUCOA1S A 1 E. 11 HA11M M ?
Wv . Co. 'a.all shades and cut*, at prices froui $10
to 4 -'.*. Look thum over.
E. B. BAUSI'M a CO.,
a'JO-Ut 1131 iVMm. ave.
if---jDHTliUFl SiHOAIE. HOMEOPATH,
310 Indiana ate.
<Min e hours?3 to j. l.< p.m. dsily. 4 to 5 :15 p m
Snnday. a 19-lit'
SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE DEPART
MENT.
AMI.ltICAX SECURITY A.\l> TRUST COMPANY,
1140 1.1th st.u w. Absolutely FircprooS.
Now ready for the storsgeoi 1 urntture. Pianos, Silver
Ware, 1 icturea, Mirror*. Trunks, Carriage* auil Port
able Articles of all kinu*. Pai king. luovimr unit ship
Ping by experts, OrOers by uiallor telephone promptly
honored Call and inspect builtlin* Her.iica pan*
door. Telephone No 4ti3. ALBERT M. HEAD,
alil-liu General Manager.
10 0WNEK8 OF VACANT PROPERTIES.
I have rented nearly all the properties on my
liat aud desire more to rent to conatant appli
cants.
Th* prominent position of my office, situated
on a corner in the heart of the business center,
gives me extraordinary facilities for r.'QUntr
properties of all kinds.
R. 0. HOLT7.MAN,
?10-31 10th and F sti. aw.
WRIGHT'S POND LILY TOILET WASH
Ifivou away to buyers ot SCHOOL B00KS.
stationery. 4c.. at Shillinfftou'a Old btai.d, northeast
comer 4H st. and Pa. ave. s ltf-ttt*
~ IF YOU WANT ABKOLUTE MECUklTY ,
for your Money aud Securities rent n Vault
111 the WAsIiI>0lu.N* .SAFE DEPOS11 COMPANY,
916 l'euu%lvanta ave. slS-lm
if- ;^s> DR. JOS. 11. MOORE. RECEN '1 LY OF HOT
Vvl5> spruiKs. Ark., lias opoued office rooms at
t>4?.' E st. n.w and is propaied to treat Kheuiuatisin.
1 araiysia. Nei vouaneas. Mom? h and Liver Disorders.
4c. Electricity, Mechanical Massage. Hot air baths,
Sc., akn.tully administered. Circulars on application.
sl7-ttt*
LACE CURl AIN8 ,
called for, taken down and laundried with I
SLPEKIOH FINISH
and delivered at
60 CENTS PEK PAIR.
Batli&etlou Kuaiautec.t ui every Dirticular.
YALE HT I: AM LAUNDRY.
h'Z'i )0ih st? near cor. of F,
F. H. WALKER ft CO.
Telephone call?lOaU-3.
?1Mb
FIXTURES.
PLUMBING AND HEATING,
fe. 8. 8HEDD ft BUOl.
an30 43'-' W h at. n. w.
a>- - -j TEMPORARY OFFICE OF THE
?OSTW'A&HINO'ION LOAN AND 1UU*X COM
PANY,
10011 it. n.w.
CAPITAL *1.0110.1100 00.
This comr"Jj issues cert.hcates ot denoaltbearln*
Interest ua tollowa: Ou all amounU deposited Jot
timet) da) a or more, but less than six months, 3 1 ?* r
cint|?r annum; 3H |>er cent on di posits lor more
than six months, but leaa than a year, and 4 per cent on
0et?aita of one year or lontrer.
becuied luvestmeuts for sale. Money loaned.
b. h. Warner, Proaident
W. B. BOB1SON. Secretary.
DIRECTORS
John T. Arms, Oionre F. Schafer.
Charles B. Bailey. John A. Hamilton,
JauitsL. luirbou^ '1 houius Soiuei viU%
Geortre E. Burtol, John A. swope.
H. s. Cummins J. s. SwormatedL
J J. I>arliiiKtoD. Hatteraley W. lalbott,
John Joy E'lacn, tieorai Tiuesdell,
Charles J I aulaner. B. 11. v? urunr.
Alliert F Fox, A. A. Wllaoti,
0. C Green. I- D. Wine,
William B. Ciurley, fc. W Woodwarl,
John B. Lamer, t lias, beul Wilklnsoa.
*1.1 -3m A. R Wortl.liitrton
?A NEW AN1> SI 1 ENTIFIC DRILL IN
VOICE CUL'I URL
IN THE FRENCH LANGUAGE.
(See Educational column.) 1011 Conn. ave.
^l?-2w
ROCHDALE CO-OP. SOCIETY. MEM- |
bers of this society in possession ot the
trade card to April. 1K?1. au<l interested in tlie matter
of COAL ANI> WOOD, should call -iu the under
signed l?fore Oct 7 lor Information, kv.
A. T I-unirley, S00 A st. n.e.. Agricultural Dopt,
Smith lhonipsoc. lH'.ll 1' n.w.. R. A P. 1v.. W. Dept.
I.. Vanderhovi, 031 French st.. Bureau Statistics.
E. C. lawcett. tio3 Mass. ave. n.e. 4th Aud. <>tlli&
J. L McCabe, 't'J IM?t. n.e., P.O. Department.
H. ^ srultn. 7I?! 11 st. s.w., o M- Oeul's Ollii ?.
t. F. Hunt. 1310 > at u.w . Uth Auditor's Office.
I. I. Orid:ey. 700 1, *t n.???., I,<jrN office Treasury.
John Morrison. 41-1 R st. n.w., pension olhu.
Dr. Jo*. Jouy. '-!"ilK Pa. sfe. n.w , snrif. tieui's Office,
1 dw^ril -ax'.oli. 'J'J.'t U at. n.fc. Govt l'rintitut Office,
J W. haraba. 90.1 H st. n.w.. Cash Uoolu Treasury.
By order of the cumiultteo.
813 to,' J. \V HARSH A. Secretary.
CHEAPEST FUEL IN THE MARKET.
GREAT REDUCTION
IN THE PRICE or C0KK.
Ir. order tc redcce our lsrce stock we will deliver |
until further notice teat quality Coke lor domes tic
I tiTioaea at tha following LOW price*:
2". bushels Uncruahed, |1.7i,
26 bushels Crushed.
40 buahels Uncruahed. $'J.60k
4t bushel* Crushed, 43.30.
BUT QUICK AND OET THE DENEFIT OF THE j
REDUCTION.
JOHNSON BROTHERS.
Eictndn agent* Waahlugton Gas Light Ca'sCok*.
AI*o the Boat extensive dealer* in all kind* of Fam
ily Fuel. an','-tr
^aCHARTEBKD BY CONGRESS 1?1?.
FRANKLIN INSURANCECa
of Washington. DG
CAPITAL AND SDRPLUS (836.000.00
Haa never contested a loss by tire, but alwaya make* ]
I rompt and lltsral adjuatmeuta.
DR. DAN'L 11 CL.tP.XE, Preil
GEO. K. LEMON. Vic* rre*L
CHAS S. BRADLEY. Treac
J FEN WICK YOUNG, Bstf.
WILL P. BOTKLKB. A**t l*ey. )aS6-3M |
RKMRMBEB. .
C. A. MCDDIMAN
Haa large aaaortuient and t*?iprice om
GAS FIXTURES.
U14 13th at,
?13 W**t Sid* ieth *t. bet. F *ad G ate.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
?^Ml I Hlt.tr> lA'DUoF I'kKrl.Cnos. A.
JL "*lr^ ami A. Keptfiib Kite, will li >kl n "fecial
I liiMtuu,' at the Cathid.'al ou W KDNESDaV, 34tti tu
I MWI. tl 7:30 tiin. . work> fourth aud filth d??rreee.
' Candidate.. iiiuatreiMit to the inwter of cert uieniee
at 7 o clock. The choir will report to tin musical
director at 7:30 o'clock l>y oriler ol the Veil Muter.
, M.v x. H. Hol.T, **?, Himlty.
i-^Kuuwtr bit ?buck council of
?- Kadrwti, A. aud A. Bcottuh Kite, will meet
Id re.-nUr aeailou -t the ('atlicdral on 11'tjDAVi
instant, at 7:30 o'clock p.m. . ,
aLLX H. HOLT. 33?.Becordcr._
WASHINGTON CONSISTORY. So. 7. 3*2?.
A.A.8 it.?Stated rendezvoue will bo held
?-_^S?OWING TO A RELIGIOUS IIOMDAY
?vS the following plaeea of bualueaa will b?
cloaed WF.DNF.NDAY. September -4:
l'ry Oood*. Not.oiia ami Mlllintry.
S N. Meyer*. V?^ 7tli at. n.w.
Stcrn'a l<rr Gootla -tore. D04 and 1100 7th at.
The Oriole. H33 TfTl and ICIO 14lhat.
Eiuit'a Palace, HI" and Hlli 7th at. .
M. I lacinau * Proa. 800 7th at., 1034 Mid 1926 |
Pn. av?. u.w,
K. llerioif. HO7 7th
1!. Clark. 7:14 and 7;:C 7th at
I. I., iilout. 710 7th at.
Chae. llaurn. 410 7th at.
Boole unci Kliora
Win Hahn k Co.. 810 7th it . 1032 Pa. are. and 331
Til. a\e. r e.
I"erd. Frank, 333 Pa. mve. *.e. unJ 1000 14th atn.w.
L. Heilbruu, 403 7th at.
Clotbluir and (rents FnruinhlDn and Hate.
A. Herman. . or. 7lh aud H ate.
C. Hotchild. 733 7tl? at.
S. Fiahiuau k Soft. 7th at. bet D and ?.
Henry Frank k Son, 7th and D.
btrjusrf & Marx.441 7th at.
Jewelry aud Watehea.
J. Iloffa, 409 7th at. ?33-3t*
If^SsOFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF
the lliatrlct of Columb ft, September 33.
1 SliO. -Ordered: 1. That all re|>orl?of cost o! work
dune ttuilcT ttie Oomptiiaory Penult Syateui, in ac
cordance with the ai t of Coutrrex* apprised Au/mt 0.
1 hSMi, totrethir with the order of the CoiiilniBalouei*
authorizing Bitch Work, the nccompanyiinr patwiMand
a plat or trariUK bIiowhik the e>a. t local.on au.l extent
if mich work, fhall bo iuimediatuiy referred to the
?special Aaaesaiueut Clerk i?.r preparation or *iaaeaa
in ut. which whin completed ahail In- auomltted by ,
him to the Coiniuiaaioin ia V. C. lor signature. 3. i hat |
aueb i.rfseaau.cnt. aitcr aliruaiurd by iha Coiumiaaiou
ets l> O., Khali be returned to the Si>?iiul Aaacaament i
Clerk for record and aervice of notice, 3. 1 hat. upon .
the nmpletkm of Ihc entry of an a<arunwnt upon tbe |
records ot ulii office. the S| eclai Aaacaaiuent Clerk
al.all proceed to cauae notice of auch aae.aameut to be
vrved to each proprietor of property *o aaaea?ed. If he
be a rcnldcnt of the liiatrict ot Coluuibiu. aud hia
reaulaiKe be known to the otlice. aud if he be a noii
rcaidetit, or hia realdeDco unknown to the ofhee,
auch notice to l>? ih.tv. d upon the tenant, or am-nt
it ktiowu to the ofttee, aud a r"turu of ?uch aervice
aliall Imi in tide under oath atatiUK the inftuner in which
?'? h aervice was luiule, uud Ik nha >niu K the recorde
ol the special AaaOHkuieut Dlviaiou. And the aervice
of .nidi uotico shall m all cue** le cither peraoual on
am i pioprietor, airent or tcuaut. or by leatriuit the
aaine wlin nome person of huitable a.e at the roidence .
or place ot Iiualneax of auch proprietor, a*out or ten
ant, or by aftixiur or piaciinr a copy thereof on the
property aniiiuat which the as* aauient U made.
4 1 hat the notice of uxn aauieot ahall atate the uiun- ?
her ol the aiiuare. the lot. or part of lot. or parcel of |
*round, and lineal foet of Iroiitavu thereof ui^iti the
work ?o ftaacsked. the uuiue of the laat reported owner
thnrcof, the amount ot a?a<*aait.e t cbxiyd uruinat
?iid property, aud u copy of the aectiou of the act of .
Convreaa approved Mulch 3, 1880. relative to permit
ivork und aaauoainftuu theiefor. J. W. DOL'ULAbS,
L. ?? IIINK, 11. M. KOULKl, Commiaaiouera, 1). C.
a33 61
?-^S>Hl'ECIAL noticf..?wanted dksiua- I
ble llouaea for Kent. We can aec-iire you
teiiantalf price ftaked ia fair; ?l*o want dwelliuira for
Bale in uor'bwe.ii aectiou Iroin *.J,000 to 113,00>I.
Me have dully deuiamla for both tor rent and asle
and have to turn partlea away on account of not hav
IIIK what they want. Send ua deacriptlou, price,
teruia, ?c? at once. W. C. UL'VALL, 'J Jo V at. aw.
*33-31
STONE FOB FOUNDATIONS.
CUEAPEK THAN BRICK.
An 18-inch foundation wal^can be bul t of Potomac
Blue 8tonc-beat workmanship?for the aame coat aa
a 14-Inch brick walL For heavier walla the coat ia :
much leaa In proportion, 'l'hia atoue ia quarried near
th? city andean be furnished in any quantity. It ia
hard and attouv and luoiature cannot penetrate It.
POTOMAC STONE COMPANY.
3330 \V?ter at.
Q'tftrriea extend.uu 3H inilea ou the Potomac,
bi'tweeu Aqueduct aud Chain bridirea.
l'otouuM' Uiue atone for foundation* Selected Block
Stone for frouta. a32-0t
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS, DIH
tricl of Coin tubs*. WtfthiuKf on} September I
1H90-?DeemiiiK Jtc<i
to widen Anaco.stia
f ot in width of ninety <t>o? ??rfc<ee CoinnuMlouerJ^ff
the District of Columbia have had the route anrveytd
aud a plat thereoi prepared and filed in tUa office, la
compliance *iih the re<|Ui ?
bei-eby riven ol Um
he raiiuMaimM tif law, notice la
I prapoaeil wideningr of tbe Tnyllwav
all iH-raoua who haw obieclloua to
alOiOJUld. and that a^l lxraoua who liav? objectluua to
present thereto are calV.d Bputt to attend at thia office
at 3 <.'cloclr p.m. on TCMaLiaY, the 14th day of
October, proximo, at which time the Coiundaaiotiera
will Kive bearmy to all iwraona in Intern!. By order
ol the Couiuuaaioutre ol the Di?lricl of Columbia, J.
W UOt'Ui.AaS, L.O. HIKE, H. M. ltOUbH I, Coinnua
a.onera. D C a3-',3J.30. ;iUoi0,7.
^? ^Dlt- T BRKMANN.
JCST 1010 I at. n.w.,
Nu returned from Europe and returned lila practice.
a33-3t*
J^affHKBii 1 AM AT aoME.
1 hen lan't at.ythinK about Watch Repairing that 1
do not know, litnult of tw< nty-two yearaat the bench.
Difficult work ia where I aui at lion e.
ONO. W. SPIEIi.
Expert Watch Maker and Jeweler,
?3-tol?n 310 Uth at., near Pa. eve.
FOR COOL KI0IIT8.
I liavo of eu- d a very fine
qnvity ot Liirbt-wt nrht
Beaver C'.otb.inuewahadea
of Tea Urceu. yMode. lau
and Di aba, alao Black and
Navy, from which I am pre
pared to make the new
atyle fall Ovorroata. Per
fect fit a aureti.
C. WAUFILLD~SIMPSON,
"Expert in Trouaera,"
?22 Cor. tub and O ata. n.w.
TAKE WARNING.
THE RAPID AND FREQUENT
CHANOtalN THE WEA'l IIEt. ARt SO
MA N Y WARNINGS TO BE PKEPAKKD
WITH SL'lTABJ.h. CLO'l 1J1NG. WE
AKEitEADY TOMEE1 THKCAI.L FOU
1.1UI11 Wl.Kiiil OVEKCOAT8 AND
BET we LN-Season suits. ASiUr:
HEAVlf.lt URAifES OUKVABlETItS
A'l I.OW PKK'tS AUESl.BJk.CTOt
MUCH COMMENT. hEt uUtt $10
AND * 13 AND $ 1 ft FALL OVERCOAT.
M'lUUk CLOiLty AT 7 P.M.
GEOKOE 8PKA.S8Y.
ONE-PRICE ci.OTHIER,
434 7 1 li b f.
a*- MELOXS BY THOUSANDS AT 11TII ST.
WLart a.w?40,000 lleioua Ju?t arrived. Can
ne lioufrht cheap. Come down and avu ua.
a33-^t* EVANS k SON.
(FREDERICK DAWL^ IOKMEKLY WI1H
Wilaon, haa opened a
tirat-claas liarber Shop
It* at 803 E at U.w.
g^jHuW WE DO IT.
EVERYBODY KNOWS WHAT A CLEVER KNACK |
WE HAVE OF GIVINO GOOD VALVES.
HOW WE DO IT 18 NOT A BARD SECRET. IT 18
THAT UNION OF BRAINS AND FAINS THAT 1
COMPELS UNU8UAL RESULTS IN WHATEVER IT
TOUCHES. TODAY WE TELL OF SPECIAL AT
TRACTIONS IN WALL PAPERS?81YLKS AFTER
THE ?oUU XV AND RENAISSANCE PERIODS.
WE CANNOT DESCRIBE THEM. IF Y0UB HOUSE
OR EVEN A SINGLE ROOM NEEDS PAPERING
DO US THE FAVOR OF LOOKING THESE OVEB.
YOU'LL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED.
JULIUS LAN8BURGH.
IMPORTER OF DRAPE&1E8,
?CO-lm 13TH AND F BT8.
GANG-SAWED BOARDS
AT 81.16 PER lOu FEET.
.WHAT.AM
^NOU Th/j. BOABDM.
WE AUK THE ONLY YAKlJ THATKEI.L8
WHY EVE>
- jf]
No THICK NOU THIN BOARD*
WE AUK THE ONLY YAKIi TH A
EXCI.U6IVELY GAJ?G-8A\* KD BOARDS,
laid heart Uoarda. l>0c. per 100 "
LUMBlB AND MILL WORK.
AVE.
*-"ii?JNO. T. 1YLEB. FORMERLY WITH
VOp , Sftkt k Co., wtakea to uunounce to hia
irlenda that be ia now with the well-known bodae of
K li lhrauio* Ca., 031 PanuiylvanU ave.. wb?re he
woftiu be pltaaod to aae all hia Irlenda and cuatomar*.
Tbe above arm la well equipped to meet all of your
want* tn the way of Clotmu*. ready-made or made to
order. You till Aod ever) tluutr Hiat-claaa aud beet of
treauneut. Youra. truly,
a*)3t J No. T. TYLER, l?31 Pa. ave.
' VALUE GIVEN.
For Square pitm in exchaan aa part payment for
auy at our ul4lwa prtee or hiirb ctaaa Upritfht piano*.
Balance can ba paid at 810 monthly. Bpec al baiQina.
Yon ean a ave |tl to ilUO with ua.
XOS PIANO EXCHAXOB,
aSO-lOl MS fbunrlvaate ave.
Washington News and Gowip.
Index ?? Advertiwmnti.
AVTBrVFNTS PUf ?
AUCKITKCTS -Pan 2
ATTOltNEYR
AUCTION' SALL8 , Pajrt 0
BICYCLES -I'Sirs 7
BOARDixa p<nr? ?:
LOOKS AND STATIONEKY Pstre 8
BUSINESS CHANCES -Pass 3
CITY ITEMS l'a?8 8
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE ?'?*?
DEATHS 1 Pay? 5
DENTISTRY Pttre 3
1 EDUCATIONAL race?
EXCURSIONS, PICNICS, kc I'tes 8
FAMILY SUPPLIES Pairs 3
FINANCIAL Fua 8
FOR RENT 'Fiats) Pairs 2
FOR RENT (Orricn) ram 2
jr"OU RENT (ItooMS) ritf? 1
FOR RENT (Stobw) Pvo5
FOR RENT (Stableb) rwre 2
FOR RENT (HotaEi) .... Pairs 3
FOR RENT (Mikcciukioi'i) Pure 3
FOR SALE (Hoosuj Pas's 3
FOR 8ALE (Lorn Page *'
FOR SALE (MiscemanioUD Pure 2
GENTLEMEN'S GOODS Pairs 0
HOTELS Piirs S
HOUSE FURNISHINGS -.P**e 6
LADIES' GOODS Pat-'S *
LOCAL MENTION Pn*f 8
LOST AND FOUND P-i?* ti
MARRIAGES P?? 5
MEDICAL. Pair* T
MISCELLANEOUS Pas# 5
MONEY TO IX)AN Paar-i 2
I NOTARIES PUBLIC Pairo 2
OCEAN STEAMERS rn?r? 0
POTOMAC RIVER BOATS Pace 8
PIANOS AND OllGANS I"aio 7
PERSONAL I'Mta 2
PRINTERS Paxa 3
PROFESSIONAL Poko 0
PROPOSALS P4*e 0
RAILROADS Pa*# ?
SUBURBAN PROPERTY Patre ?
SPECIAL NOTICES Pans 1
SUMMER RESORTS P?W 8
WANTED (Boaill)) Pr.(?c
WANTED (IlRLri Patre 2
WANTED (Hocsks) Pa*s 2
WANTED (Rooifg) Vtk,fo 2
WANTED (SirUATioNa) .Viittt 2
WANTED iMitCKLLAMEouai .Pa*J 2
*
Statement of the circulation of Tin Eveninb
Ftai; for the week ending September 20,18*J0;
Monday, September 15, isi>0
Tiesdav, September It), 1800 30,113!)
Wednesday, September IT, 1800 :10,900
Tocksday, September 18, 1S00 30,525
Friday, September 19. 1800 :I0,:I12
bAlCkDAY, September 20, 1890 31,921
Total
Daii.t Avikaqi 31,2 l?i
CORBEirONDIVO WEEK, 1889 38,630
T solemnly swear that the a We 1* a trio
and correct statement of th<? circulation of
1 nc Evening stab for the week ending Septombor
20,1890. Frank B. Noves,
Treasurer Evening star Newspaper Ca
Subscribed and sworn to before uio thin
twenty-second day ot September, A.D. 1800.
JOHN T, C. CLARK,
Notary Public.
Government Receipts Today.?Internal rev
enue, #781.322; customs. *763,086.
The U.S. Steamer Atlanta passed Fort Mon
roe for Norfolk at 11 this morning.
Back From Minnesota.? Mr. Jnmes H.
Wardle. special agent of the Census Office,
who has been in charge of the re-euumeration
of St. Paul and Minnesota, returned hore on
Saturday, accompanied by Messrs. Merrill,
< oolidge. 8hortt and Olcott, who were detailed
to assist him.
Superintendent Porter Improviso.?The
condition of Mr. Robert P. Porter, the super
intendent of the census, has greatly improved
during the last few day?. Yesterday he was
ab,e to leave Ins bod for a short tune. It is
cxpccteil that his convalescence will bo tedious
and it will be some time before he will bo able
to resume his official duties.
Pensions for Distuict Peopi.e.?Tho follow
ing-named residents or tho District of Co
lumbia have been granted a pension: Original
invalid. Henry William (Providence Hospital);
Edwin be Grey Soldiers' Home.) Increase?
John Kelly (Soldiers' Home) and Geo. Winter.
Widow, etc.--Eliza, widow of John Shcedv.
and minors of Essex P. Camp.
Silver.?The issuo of standard silver dollars
from tho mints during t^p week ended Septotu
bc r 20 was #1,131,262. The issue during tho
corresponding poriod of lni>t year wiu? #912,140
Tho shipments of fractional silver coin froni
Septfinber 1 to September 20 amounted to
?1,133,079.
The Ciiickamauoa Park Commission, con
sisting of Gens. J. S. Fullerton and A. P. Stew
art nnd Capt. S. C. Kellogg, will hold its ilrst
meeting tomorrow at tho War Department for
the purpose of organizing nnd discussing the
plan of action.
The Doard of Manaoeiis of the National
Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers will
hold a spccial meeting in this city, beginning
Wednesday, for the purpose of determining
the allotments to be made of the appropriations
recently made by Congress for the support of
the homes. Tho President aiul the Secretarv
of War are ex-officio members of tho board, of
which Gon. l'ranklin is president. The ses
sions will be held in room 250. War Depart
ment, this being the first time that ?ucl\ accom
modations have been accorded the board.
Bond Offers. Etc.?Tho total offers of 4^
per cent bonds to tho Treasury Saturday for
the entire country under tho circular or Au
gust 33 wore #3.105,150, making a total under
the circular so far accounted for of *l8,93y.y5(>.
Tho time in which bonds might be offcrod un
der tho terms of that circular expired Saturday
but some fow offers that were made then or on
previous days are now being recoivod bv mail
by the department and will bo accepted! These
offers today up to noon aggregated $52,300
The payment or interest ou tho 4 per cent
bonds and the currency 6s Saturday aggre
gated #203,257, making a total so rar or #0,421, -
618.
Personal.?M. F. Coombs ofLonisville. A, 8.
Hyde or Hartford, W. A. Tuley of Dallas, Tex.,.'
and Powell Evans or Richmond are at the Eb
bitt House.?J. G. Splane of Toledo. Col. H c
Parsons of Natural Bridge and A. M. Council'of
Xenia. Ohio, are registered at Willard's Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Rcuohan of Prince George's
county, M<L. and Win. J. Kirkendail or Daw
kins' Mills, Ohio, are at the Hotel Randall.
Mr. and Mrs. Wra. B. Toland or Camdou N J
W. J. Murphy or Pbtsuix, A. T..and J. H. Stoli
of New York are at the Riggs House,
Mr. E. Turner ot Welcker't is rasticutifffr jn
Virginia for several week* J. J. Cunning
ham of Paterson, N.J., Allan Emory of Freuch
town. N.J., Gen. C. C. Dodge of New York
Max Bruening of Pittsburg and SoL P. Kineou
of Cincinnati are at Welckcr's. C. L. Buck
ingham of New York and W. M. Swan of Bos
ton are at Wormley's. Alex, D. Shr.w of
Staten Island, Edward P. Plutt and C. J. Saw
yer of New York and Mr. and Mrs. Vandrey H
Kidson and Miss Kidson or Manchester. En
gland, arc quartered at tho Slioreh.-wn F. p.
Smith of New York and Representative and
Mrs. Andrew Price of Louisiana are at
the Normandle. Mr. E. H. Brown of Bol
ton and a party from Stillwater, Minn,
consisting of Mrs. Jacob Bean, W h!
Besn, F. E. Bean, Eugene Bean. Annio
Beau, Alice Nelson nnd Ed McPheters are at
Uie Hamilton House. A. Peyton Works of
Frederick and G. H. Cooper of Pittsburg are at
the Langham. Mrs. L. Moore of New York
Miss Ida Hinman of Keokuk, Iowa, and Miss r
Sehl of Victoria, B.C., are at the Fredouia, 1
Mlt. Joseph Nimmo. Jr., has returned from
Chicago. 8. C. Elder and Miss LiUa of
Gales burg. I1L. G. J. Dawrv of Niagara Fall.
N.Y., are at the Hotel Jo^neofe. Dr. R. T.
Edes has returned to the city. Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. Rea of St Louis, J. O. Oro* of Cincin
the^Si"/ JOh* FtalMjr ** New 0rlawM Are at
A REPUBLICAN DOZEN
Their Absence Prom the House Leav%s
"No Quorum."
ANOTHER EARLY ADJOURNMENT
The Senate After Passing Several
Minor Bills
TAKES UP THE U- S, COURTS BILL
skxatk.
Mr. Blackburn offered a resolution directing
the architect of tho Capitol to select a nicbe in
the basement of the Semite wing of the Capitol
in which Mrs. Clara Morris might bo allowed
to display and sell papers, maps and other
wares.
[It will be remembered that Mrs. Morris is
one of those dealers In curiosities who were re
cently forced to abandou their booths on the
House side. J
m MR. INOAI.L8 PROTESTS.
Mr. Ingalls moved the reference of the reso
lution to the committee on rules, and spoke of
the evident impropriety or turning the Capi
tol into a place of merchandise. He had great
respect for the venerable, deserving and
patriotic woman named in the resolution and
lie would be glad to give her a pension of ?12
or ?15 a month or eveu to put her on the re
tired list, but he protested ugaiust establish
ing A precedent that would put the Senate
into the business of commerco" and trade and
huckstering.
Mr. Blackburn said that for a quarter of a
century tins woman had been ax much of a fix
ture in tlio Capitol as one of the statues in the
rotunda. She was a harmless and helpless
woman; and he thought that the Senate might
hear her case us an exceptional ouc.
Mr. Coekrell moved to refer the resolution to
the committee on rules. He did uot see any
reason why this special privilege should be
given to one deserving woman and refused to
all other deserving women.
THE RESOLUTION REFERRED.
11^- resolution was referred to the commit
tee on rules,
BILLS PASSED.
Bills on the calendar (unobjected) to were
taken up for &n hour and tho following,
among others were passed: Senate bill to
change tho boundary of rtie Uncompaligrc
reservation. [This is a modification 'of a bill
having the same title which was vetoed by the
President.] isenatc bill relative to the lUncho
Punta de la Laguua.
Senate bill to ere.ite a sub-port of entry and
delivery at Neche. N.I).
Senate bilU referring to the Court of Claims
the claims of Charles 1*. Chouteau and of Lar
rabcc <k Allen, in connection with the building
of monitors.
TI1E YOSEMITE VALLEY GRANT.
Mr. IMumb offered a resolution (which was
agreed to) calling on the Secretary of tho Inte
rior to report whether the lands granted to the
state of California on certain conditions, by
the act of Juno 30. 1864 (the Yosemite Valley
and Mariposa Big 'lree grant), have been
spoliated or otherwiso diverted from the
publicise contemplated by the grant.
TESTS OF IMPORTED SUGARS.
Mr. Halo offered a resolution (which was
agreed to) calliug on the Secretary of the
Treasury for reports made by customs officials,
special agents of the Treasury department and
others relative to the dilferenco in test and
classification of imported ?ugar in the ports of
Boston, New York and Philadelphia siuce June,
189a
PROniBITlON IS THE CONSTITUTION.
The joint resolution, proposing an amend
ment to the Constitution of the United States
in relation to the manufacture, importation,
exportation, transportation und sale of alco
holic liquors having been reachcd ou the cal
endar, Mr. Blair, who had reported it from the
committee ou education and labor, culled for a
vote upon it.
Mr. Coekrell asked that the report be rend.
While the report was being read Mr. Stewart
suggested that the reading would occupy too
much time, but Mr. Blair thought that the
Senate mujlit well devote u short time to a
subject tliut was not to be trifled with.
Tho reading of tho report having occupied
what was left of tho hour assigned to the cal
endar no vote was taken ou the joint resolu
tion.
WOMEN AND CniLDREN EMPLOYEES.
Mr. Plumb offered a resolution (which went
over without action) directing the committee
on education aud labor to investigate tho
charges made in the memorial of the Woman's
National Industrial League of America pre
sented on the 3d instant fur the protection of
women and children employes in mills and
factories.
TItF. UNITED STATES COURTS BILL.
The Senate then resumed consideration of
tho bill to define and regulate the jurisdiction
of the courts of the United States, the pending
quostion being on Mr. Daniel's amendment,
offered last Saturday, extending the jurisdic
tion of the Supremo Courts to all coses of cou
vietion of felony, anil to all eases where the
matter in dispute is the right to persoual lib
erty or the right to tho custody of a child.
MIL vest's SUBSTITUTE FOR THE BILL.
After an argument by Mr. F.varts against tho
amendment Mr. Vest offered a substitute for
the bill. It proposes that there shall be threo
divisions of tho Supreme Court,to be composed
of throe justices; that the chiet justice
shall make assignments to those divisions;
that all final decisions iu either of these divi
sions shall bo considered by the court in banc,
aud shall require the concurrence of five jus
tices. and that the chief justice shall apportiou
tho business to those divisions.
Mr. Vest said that his object in offering the
amendment was to formulate and put on record
tho opiuions of the minority of tho judiciary
committee on the question rather than
with a view of obtaining tho legisla
tion expressed in the aineudment. 1 he
vacant scats in the Senate chamber
evidenced, he said, how little interest was felt
generally in the question, although it was one
jjf tho most important questions to the people
that could bo contemplated by any lawyer or
citizen.
IIOUSK.
Mr. O'Ferrall (Va.) and Mr. Smith (Ariz.)
were the only democrats in the hall wheu the
House was called to order this morning. At
tho conclusion of the prayer the clerk (under
direction of the Speaker) proceeded to call the
| toll on the approval of Friday's journal.
The vote resulted?yeas, 153; nays, 0; no
quorum, and a call of the House was ordered.
TWELVE REPUBLICAN ABSENTEES.
One hundred and Atty-niue members re
sponded to their names?still no quorum. The
republican absentees were Messrs. Brosius,
Hansbrough, McCormick, T. M. Brown find.),
Butterworth. Council. Kwart. Finley, Milliken,
Peters, Sweuey and Wilson (Ky.)
ADJOURNMENT.
Mr. McKinlev (Ohio) moved an adjournment,
but there were a number of republican mem
b is who were in favor of remaining in session
(.t being understood that Messrs. Brosius, Mc
Cormick, Buttcrworth and 8weeney will return
tais afternoon) and who demanded and secured
the yeas and nays. The motion was carried?
yeas, 83; nays, 70; and a republican caucus
waa announced to be held immediately.
Secretary Tracy and Commodore Folger
went to Annapolis this morning to witness the
firing of the eight-inch gun at the two Schneider
steel plates that were suoceesfully tested with
the six-inch rifle last Thursday.
Leave or Absence for tour months on sur
I (son's certificate sf disability has been (ranted
First Lieut Geo. F. E. Harrison, second artU
I Isry, to take effect September tt.
THE BIG FIGHT OFF.
McAuliffe and Slavin Arrested By
the London Police.
BIRCIIALLOX TRIAL FOR Ml RDEli
Marshalltown, Iowa, Excited Over
Attempted Track-Laying.
SELECTING THE WORLDS FAIR SITE
THE FIC.IIT ItROKEN IP.
McAulifie Mnd Slavin Arrested in Eng
land Thin Morning.
Loxdos, 8ept. 21 ?Slavin and McAuliffe. the
principalis in the vri/e light which was to have
taken place under the auspices of the Ormonde
Club, have been arretted. McAuliCe wan ar
rested at hi* lodging" in thi? city aud Slavin ou
his arrival from hia training quarters at 1 lover.
They will bo arraigned in court this afti r
nooii on the charge of conspiracy to commit a
breach of the peace.
London, Sept. Si.?Upon his arrival at the
railway statiou Slavin entered a cab and was
immediately placed uudcr arrest. He was con
veyed quietly t??the I.anitxth police station,
where both prisoners were arraigned and bouud
over to keep the pence.
UlltCIlALL'S TRIAL BKIiiN'S.
The Alleged Murderer of Fienvrell Faces
the Court With (irrat Coolness.
Woodstock. Oxt.. Sept 22.?With the mar
velous nerve that ha* characterized his every
notion since his urrcst and has made him the
wonder of all who have come in contact with
him, John llegiuald liinhall faced judge and
Jury iu tho Oxford county court of
unitizes hero this morning and pleaded
not gnilty to the indictment charging
him with murder of I'roderick C. Ilenwell in a
dismal swamp near the village of l'r:acetou, ou
February 17 last. Ilu bearing was m keeping
wi:h the circumstances surrounding the crime,
which almost outrival the wildest work of fic
tion, and which was planned and executed with
a consummate coolness that is personified in
the muu.
Tho day broke bright and clear aud the peo
ple were earlv astir about the court house.
The final touches to the arrangements of the
court room were given by busy officials. Among
.he preparations showing the greatest enter
prise was the telegraph apparatus of
tho Great Northwestern Telegraph
Company run into the court room,
with connections to all ports of the world, so
that messages can be acnt direct from the re
porters' tables to any newspaper. One of the
public housekeepers in the place had a tele
phone just above the Judge's bench connected
with twenty instruments in his own place, no
that the people there might hear the evidence
as it progressed.
A large number of newspaper men are hero
from all over Canada nnd many from the
Cuited State*. The lawyers were early about,
including a number from outside w ho are here
to listen to the case and take notes of it for
their own information.
Iiirchall wag brought to the court room
about 10:30 iu a cab, accompanied bv Deputy
Sheriff Perry, Guard End whistle aud Chief
Young of Niagara Falls. He was ianlth:sslv
dressed in dark clothes and carried in tin. hand
a neat derby hut. His pointed shoes were
brightly polishtd. and he had shaved
evidently with the greatest care. Ho
showed no emotion except that of u man who
felt himself to be in new surroundings aud un
der the scrutiny or a crowd. His face was pale
and the pupils of hi* dark eyes were dilated,
but otherwise there wa? no sign of tremor,
liirchell pleaded "not guilty" iu a firm voice,
nnd on being asked if he wan ready for
trial >lr. lilackstock, Q.JC., rose aud announced
himself as the prisoner s counsel nnd readv to
proceed. The first business was the
choosing of a jury, which proceeded
more rapidly than had been
expected. The challenges were not manv ou
either side and most of those of the defense
were for "Favor"?iu other words, because the
juror had formed an opinion against the
prisoner.
THIS TOWN IP IN ARMS.
Excitement Caused by a Railroad Com
pany's Effort to Lay Iu Tracks.
CniCAOO. 8opt 22.?A dispatch from Mar
?halltowu, Iowa, nays: Great excitement pre- 1
| vailed here yesterday. The Chicago. St. I aul
and Kausas City railroad has loug aud badly
needed greater track facilities through the
east side of the city, but could not
obtain consent to build rrom the prop
erty owners or city authorities, liealizin? that
the only hope of getting the coveted tracks laid
wii3 by stealing a march oil the unsuspecting
parties interested, the company's road n.astcr
began with a force of one hundred men t.? lay
sidiug or doublo track on East Nevada street ;
early yesterday uio.uing. knowing that an in
junction could not be served Sunday. Work I
progressed rapidly and without interruption
nutil noon.wl.en less than oue hundred leet was
all the job iatked of completion. Then Mayor
Ames and a poss ? spoored upon the scene and
arrested six section bosses for violaliug the
Sunday laws. The men gave bonds, and aft?-r
being released attempted to resunio work.
Tho mayor and police drew revolvers and
ordered them to desi-t. The men refused, aud
the mayor declared he would shoot tho first
man who touched another rail. This stopped
operation* iu that vicinity.
Meanwhile the property owners along the
street drove wagon* onto tho proposed route, i
thu* obstructing work bv other gangs. The
mayor's proceeding greatly incensed the rail
road men. Mayor Amu ordered out u large
number of special police and obtained penuts- |
sion to call out the militia. A railroad fore
man declared that he would fiuish laving the
tracks or *trew the street with corpse'*.
At midnight the read gave up the fi^ht. be
lieving it had sufficient track laid to hold the
right of way. It ordered the workmen to dis
perse aud will let the courts decide the case.
The city authorities thought, however, that
this wiu only a ruse to throw them off their
guard, and kept forces on the field all night
Judgo Stevens arrived from Amu hist night in
response to a special telegram and waited with.n
a hundred yards of the scene of nctiou until
midnight to sign nn injunction against the
ros J proceeding with the track laving. The
sheriff was iu waiting, aud in a Half minute
after 2 this morning was hastening to the dis
puted gronud with injunction papers. He met
Itoadniaster Harnett aud got service on him,
but fouud no other men.*
The company realized that it made a fatal
mistake at the outset in not first throwing down
ties and laying rails as quicklv as possible
without waiting to first work'the roadbed
down to the grade, which consumed much
valuable time and conld be done afterward.
The mayor said that he will order all the track
cleared awsy eariy in the morning On the
other hand, a railroad official stated last night
that the company will cause the arrest of the
mayor for drawing a revolver and threatening
to kill workmen.
Saloon Keepers Driven From Town.
, Chicago, Sept 22.?A dispatch rrom Kokomo,
Ind., says the tc&pernnce people of Greeu
town. a place of 1.400 inhabitants, have finally
driven the Wat saloon from their midst. They
have kopt up a continual light for two years.
Three weeks ago the only saloon remaining in
the town waa destroyed by dynamite. The
owner soon resumed business and waa imme
diately arrested ou twelve affidavits, and court
costs were piled up against him until Satur
day. when he surrendered bis premises to ths
sheriff, who closed the saloon.
Riot Aissg Lace Makers Feared.
Pa.su, Sept. 21?Eight theesaad lace mak
ers are idle in Calais and rioting Is feared. Aa
extra regiment of troops has been erdsred to
the spot
THE SITE IS CHOSKX.
Park Commlulonrrii Orant the Ram
?" F.lr <
OMTCioo. Sept 22.-A < lmmitw 4W
ocal world's fair directors waiVrd on the MoatA
I nrk fommiMioii'r? tht. morning and Uid ba
fore th-m tho reqoest of the national eomtnia
?iob that \\^h;n|fton ,>ltrk ^ included m the
SonuTl'Iik '-oru U,?r "?mr ths
r",, ?** oninu?>.?on- r. d< eidcd 'a il
Ihrv'JT'" ?f the <
?.??r"- - ? ?
IOR M,S ??AI nMl KKm 8AKK.
An Old Kenttickl*:i Shot Whll* Trilnn
*? Obtala VfU(rM,.h nW*
,o?ZVAT'- *** W' A 'P* *1 from M. n.
at Carrn lift *?rrt^rd* *u enacted
DiVv \\ " ' *S""tril*T ?'"?111*. Tnde
II ? * ?lllu?,. dgod W4|v f th
^ of Owen count* wL
in ? duel with ?*eor?. 1^ ' *h?*
fnrm r ti rt, f . Dean. an unmarried
on uer of ii V.irtn nu<l W uUawi'Sa D"T" " tb#
IXm'xiu.lur. II . m '?"?H Of
He tvorc to ?Vi 'J.""', daughter.
I*sn. ,? \ wrou* ?"?
nt Madison. lnd tor ti . . hoarding
?!sy be .Vn"V V" ?' li' "'*> H*tur
hlm and crossed the 'I'"*
revomra. U L' \ ' 1 %h* '"?<?? pulled
?tioU. one t*Wu. ? , ft,! t ?U r U"J,au '?*
*???? - -foucht t"i? i
r1 iv?? ^ "?i
l*ople threaten to .uobjn.n .f WuLlTlS
SAFK AT lAIIIU.
<*pt. Priemin S^7~in a sw?|| VwM
*? rom >an Krurhro u4 U in.
84* F.ANrtTo. Sept. 22. -Advices from Ta.
vnr1-',av tut <*',t ?? ?y
f L f fr"DC,"co l- rf rw. d suceestfully the
iTrlr i* Ha 1S ,0<* > hU fr?? ?'? port
Wentwortli. The sailor ?!tlTI *' 'Y'41, <1
LAltuiC's M.XT BLOW.
The IIIIboI. Miner, lo N,P(ke ,
"?K?. Arc lUUr* Xoxe?nb*r 1.
gl";;8* Srpril2i A from Spring
?eld. Hi.. tutvM: H. Mclirvdr. N n,or numtl r ,f
TtiX7UU:i,,0i,rdof ,,,e L?'^ M,n. V\ orker.
?ht I uitid >uun. arrived 111 Um eity yuji,
U.T ?.,d by . rrporter ,n r.fereU to
i-ivr.'s
l^r*m ,ormt ?t
I*. ;i du'riet ?1 . re it ^ 1 j "??t
!i SS2 '"""?
tiTc field (-.>nn>rim< ? * iu?? ruiopfti
t*li 10, Indiana, mr? of^wrvir,'C,,I,'?vUr,,.,l?
iinou. WV-teru ?' - I'Kltiia and II
j ttjd tor tniuiii.- IhICSv l'* " oh,? *r"
were Hot able tn ,1 l.V allenuiR that tb. y
ter tLe t1'" P?*e 1'Hu.ed and eu
I>etitori Xbe inin*^ *lth llu'ir eout
!.? their rljlm^o ,? em.Ui"'UmWM* ^
?lie payment ?t tt * . t?n. but tn?i?t ott
May u"t < ,l a[1:r,r,m ul'lu? ~lt in
ratsa ss
operator, refu,t t.. L "i r,',,U,? Sh?u'"' ?>??
-a be onkr^d Noien,'^
110 love lor Htnk#-u ti t
J?ut are commits! to ^ ^ ***>'
v.t,opt::r whv^ ^
einim to have contractu ? .?(, ,h Tf"1
*ud not local or ^uo'w ?? "lU ^
HAH LEV KtrnbU'S miudkr
Mrs. Ilulden Rrvrul" tlie Secret of the
Awful Tragedy.
Montir*iAO. III., Sept 22. -On the war to
Joliet Penucntiury Mr*. Ann Eliza Holdca
tnadc a contewion to Dr. J. L>. Knott that it
was herself and ?on, Edwtu liolden, who ktiied
Hurley Kuiwel!; that ?hc drmm d tn Albert
lJunhntn ? clothe* nn<l wore hi* idioen. that ahe
held the honte while Edwiu liolden nhot Uua
?cIL She Kaya Calriu liolden knew nothing
about the killing until after it wan done: that
liuuhatn w?? in bed ar.d took no pnrt what
ever, but th.it she had made thrcuU agamat
Ilusnell in Dunham's presence. She admita
having got the llotitel man's revolver on Fri
day before the shooting and that ?he took il
home on Suuday mormug after the shooting.
Itefore leaving the jail here her son. Calvin
liolden, threw his arms aronnd her neck und
implored her iu (tod's name to tell who did the
siiootiug 'ilid save bis life. Shu said th? rea
son why she did not tell the eorrtn-t story here
was that she feared a moo would huug her and
Edwin. Tbev did not waut any uew trial, but
were very anxious to get off to the |>enit< n
tiRry at Joliet Just what effect her state
ment will have and huw tar it will go toward
saving the lives uf Calvin i!old<-n and Albart
Dunham remains tn he seen.
TO FIX 1IIK 1ILAMR.
The Coroner Will Kigidly InvmtlgaM
the Collision at Chicago.
Cmckao, Sept 22.?II. S. Carrington. the
conductor of the Illinois Central train; H. L
Heaver, his engineer, and II. D. Laytor, one of
his brakemcn, were arrested at their homes
late last Bight and locked up at the armory.
There iB much conflicting testimony aa to
wh:ch railroad is to blame lor the accident and
it is a question which the coroner will be called
upon to decide.
OatCMO, tv pt 22. ?In addition to the list
of killed ,:nd in|ur<-d in hut night's collision at
Douglass l'ark station are: Killed - Then, liiir
ger, aged eighteen. Injured Ilichard iloff
inan, left leg iujtired; Ilolit. II oft man, right
wrist hurt: Eugene Kerr, ribs broken: Henry
Eutz, leg fractured; Cliaa. Melrose, arm bro
ken; Wm. Sehtuldt. lell hand crushed. Otto
behlof, a boy. one of the injured, died this
morning. The corouer will make a rigid in
vestigation into the circumstances attending
the accidcnt
SLAVES OF THK PACIFIC.
Startling Story of the Traffic In KaHvM
of the South Sea Islands.
8as Fkaxcisco. Sept 22.?Late advices from
the South Sea Islands tell a startling story of
the labor or semi-slave treatment of island
savages. Whole islands in the Solomon group,
in New Hebrides and in other sections m
Polynesia ht.ve been depopulated by ths
ravages of men employed to seise
and transport natives to the plan
tations of Sew Caledonia and ths Fiji
Islands. Bearcelr a vessel arrives here from
Australia that does not bring news of ths
massacre of some white trader or skipper by
natives who have been gradually driven into
desperation by the treatment they have re
ceived trorn the whites. Thirty or more
vessels are engaged iu the nefarious traffic and
no less than IO.OOU native savages have beea
taken into slavery. _
Honors to the Venerable Von Moltka.
Beulis. Sept *2. Etpperor William drove
with Count Von MolUe'yesterday through the .
lattor's park and visited the mausoleum of ths
count's wife and sister. At the dinner glean in
celebration of Von Molthe's ninetieth birthday
there were twenty-two guests. Von Mo I Us
feelingly thanked the emperor tor tfc
Conductor and Singers QuarreE
Pasi*. Sept 22.?M. Vianesi. conductor at I
Paris Opera House, has reaigned, owing ts
quarrel with singers.
The Ship St. Mary Shattsrsd.
Loxnos, Sept 12.?The ahip 8t Mary fri
New York for Haa Franciseo. bsfors rspon
stranded at Btsnlsy, Falkland J
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