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eheses RiE. U. YALE.
TiE LILY Am, TiE R.-8
bratg it. One of Her F zanaous Lectaures Maw. Tale
The wo.an who rool fromj dai to day with a
Wriaed *ace and a bad conpi'zi.o i ia these modern
days is rtity of cole,mittiln a social Crime. Her ex
atple to thol world n.ust he connicired as each; by
aedwera- tbeir Peroai a-pearall-e Wawa have
anad. "o- .enaves un hapv bome.-bu-bando have
b-eone dtia~wtd And ne-riect-d sitem for pVetser
2wtre. Divo-- arer.i!, and umany otuer social evils.
''BEAUTT CAN BE CULTIVATED."
wie. Tae has naad. tb. cuit.vation of asanty a life
at ady. and can wire Any w.:oan a bea=ufal, ataral
eamp-exion in a few ween.
THE OLD RESTORIED TO YOUTE.
-Mme. Iae's wonderful .ystem for restoringnn eid
be a wrand revelation to her se
Ladies can have their wrinkles removed at the Tem
p'0 of Beamy or %s" Ease. Tale's skin Food at home.
dsaarantsed to remove the deppst wrankles.
A Free'kled Face is no longer a necessity. Un..
Tale's recent diseovery. La Freckla. is the ealy
Freekle Cure ever known. In a ew days they entirely
disaepear. Is~tg the compleilou nft ew milk and
''PImpl'esad Eleckheads" cured with Vame. Tale's
Special Ointtmee. No. 1 ad Special Ioties 3o. 2. 61
VOTE PATCUES AND SALLOWWEUS.
Ths eoezes mad. naturally beentiful. bee
*roen all skin blemishes, by Vans. Yale's Escelue
&'oaapiesios Bleach. The eriminal and onaly perfect
It is a dismrce for a womasa to go steme with a
tweed' ra "mmatere" whsa Muse. Yales ''Geat
SeoWs will reamove it in one mmause ad hkill a
growth. Try it. It is shaply wonderfuL
Eame. Tale's Excelsier Blair Tonic restores ey hair
tolbtemoer. sgoshaimrhiitwems-fs enzboas
ad esulins a luxriant growth.
In erder to have pretty eyes the eyel smast he
lear ad thick. Uams. Yale's eye-lash esewer esmes
a luxs row eth of brow, ad lasbes.
NEme. Tab's band whiteser akes the baud. lly
wieadthe skis bee emraand.
IATURAL ROSY CUrlERn.
Urme. Yale's 'Elixlr t Besway'* brigs the bleed
to the chees ad makes thee mp m peach-bsm.
Eseasee a peret esmaleion,
EECELSIOR BLOOD IONIC.
Every man woman and shtid should ish. Ur.
Tale's Roed Tame the restimi bieed priermi se
wrd Cuts skim disesese ewres in~e.ion ad
"4LVO3D UKALO COUMLEO CREAM'
Nakee the skin bee Erained. mati in testese ad
geaee the mese hetter than aa
la Freekla, ier bettle. 6L0M
meelaior Complexion Bleaeh.3*.0; S be 65..
3.2xebsor Skim Food, two sxase. 51.50 ad 33.
Enrosier Blood Tonie. 61.00;.6 for 5.00.
Excelsior Hair Toaie.O1.0 6 for 610.m
Zxceiero Elixir of Besuty.g1.04
AMmonut Dimem Creamn.*1.OS.
eaet scoet. 6ii.00.~
Special Lation Ise. 1. *1tm
speeial Olatnient No.*.L0S.
Eye-.amb Gnawer. 61.00.
Enseisto Cempleuion seps, 30 ersh.
IEselater lare Powder. 50 cents.
Jerk Ros, for tintlag the cheeks. 6100.
Jack Ueeo Buda, for tatiag lips. *L eg.
Mli. YA:E. BCT~rn BOOE F3E
ge bee c=l1i==P Sent to ay part of thte world nipon
gerept of 6 cents poream.. Contains extracts from
Ume. Yale'. fwam~l lecture on 'Beauty ;" also price
m I. h- ea.tifying remedies man ufactured by
Wail orders promnptly tlled in plain wranpjers.
Orreepoestane ..adestiaL. C'mal..tioe. free at
sg r by mail. Address all order,.
iME. M. YAE
IEAJITY AND COM!REX1096
ple, F TREET NORTH WEST.
WASINGION. D. C.
em Vo.1y eveninmr3 tiiu D). mybblO
UKE.% OR THE i LIQUOR Sm ABITPO
TILT UUYWIUM 133 LIKAD335. I
Nr. Gioasue Ot~eetate Mr. Camnberlaimne
Method 316 e .1hthg Mmme Rule.
Losuos, Maw &.-In the home et
commons today Prim. Miniser Glad
0o0 stated in reply to Mr. Chamberlain
that he wold propose that the anith esimse of
the Irish home rale bill should be retained
This elssme provides for the retention of
Irisk members op ar-amet.
The speaker r tlhdat inetruetions to C1
the comamittee on the houme rule bill. offered by
Lord Randolph Churehill and others with a
view of defeating the ,ill. were out of order. th
The house then went into committee of the
whole em the home rule bill. .
Mr. Chamaberlain moved to postpone olasme I st
of the bill. which simply provided that on and as
after the appointed day there shouid be a legie- ins
latore in Ireland. Gl
Mr. Ch.=mbarlain said It wee his inteation to
move the poosment of every clase up to clamse thi
Sin order to begin the diseumion of the bill with o
the meet important proposals. The House. Th
he maid, had a right to know whether the gov- we
erameat meant to adhere to the main pointe e
of the bill; otherwise the Bomes might at any ,
time fad a new bill sprang upon them.. fgq
Temeurws * Drawiag lteena." h
LOon.W May &-There will be i00 presentsa- a
tious tomorrow at the royal "drawing room." Fa
Mrs. Hery White, wife of Mr. Henry Wails I of
Egeretary and charge d'afaires of the American i
legation. will presaut Mrs. Hunting. Mr.
Howell. Mrs. Eugene Kour. jr.. and Mr. J. B. *
Morgan: also Miss Kidd. Mim Ursaa Morgan, r
Mise Romola Dahlgrea Day. Miss Alice Day H
Mim itaheth Jackson and Mim Elizabath
BAD A WT IN COURT. am
Bot the Jury ceawieted mall-seutese WaS
The Jury were out but a few momeats when wa
they returned a verdict of guilty as indieted. Ca
Mr. De Sufenreid gave notice of motion for a ga
new trial. Mr. iwis asked for sentence. stat- i8
ing that Hall had been married three times. and
the brother of the fret wife was p.een? I CiE
and aid she died from the eects o ernel C14
treatment at his hands: that ths seod wife ly
was divoread on account of his ni treatmegt of 14
her and the oresnt ease was oae whieh showed
that he was oo dangsero a man to be at large.
and In short, he was a brute.
Mr. Grafenreid said that a man who would 0n
asamult three women without cause gave pretty af
good grounds for the belief that he was not of Cl
mound mind, ad they denired teloek up expert co
Sentence was deferred. Br
Aeeldeat to a Naul Tasel.
The Navy Department was advised oficia il) St
by telegraph this afternoon by the ommau=am,
of the New York navy yard that the naval stee.
tog Nerkeeta was struck by a snow this morn- the
lug and slightly damaged She will be repaired pe
immediately. - _--------- y411
Yteb-k== the Mealth ordtenages. Of
This morning in Judge Kimbal's court Mr. ve
J. T. D. Pyles. who keeps a grocery stleo at 18 tin
7th street northeast, was charged by Food Is.- la
specter Chase with violating the health ordi- a
"ane - Ci
It was charged that he hanled mutton which Lo
was in asch a eanditico no to render it unat for
Mr. Pyloe plead goilty to the harge, and as
it was his trst efenee, and the health officer -
made the suggestion, the judge accepted his
perseonal hod not to repeat the ofense. j
Mage at the Thsremeser. C
The following wre the temperatures at the Wi
ollice of the weather bureau today: 8 am., U; N
2 p. im., "4; maximum. s0: minimum, 40.
Agriealtural Dietment Appelutameuts.
In t.:s Department of Agricult're today
Everett L. Phillins of Missouri was ap pointed G1
assistant statistician. at a salary of
02.000 per year; Jerry J. Atwell of Virginia |
was promoted from a 01.200 oierkship to ,
01.800; Milo E. Maroh of .aning, Mch.,
to be statistical agent for that state; J. C.
Featherstone, to be statistical agent for ,a
Virginia: S. E. O'Neill, to be inspec- nol
tor for the bureau of animal industry at Ot- sto
tumwa. Iowa: Chas. W. Irish of Nevada,
agent n charge o. t'e irrigation lt of
at a salary of 02,500. Of
Women and the Seheal Board. by
At a speeml meeting of the board this | Th
morning the delegation fron the Woman's ' am
Suffrase Association. composed of Mrs. Helen rac
Howe Thompson and Mrs. E. J. Varney, ap- i
peared to urge the appointment of a woman on i
the board of trustees of the publie sechois of beh
this city. w
The Small Armn Bearn. th
It Is mid at the War Department this after- enj
noon that no change will be made in the small th
arms board. anc
Pameza TER EXnmavtro.-LieutenantCm- a
mander E. W. Watson and Lieut. G. W. Den-p
feld have passed the examinatin for promotion. ho
Wu.. Do Pouornw.-Pased Acosot
Engineer L. D. Miner has just passed a Wredit
able examination for promotion.
GoN 'o Naw You.-Asistant Secretary UM
of the Treasury Curtis left for New York this
afternoon at 4 o'clock on private baness. He
espects to return on Thursday.
Aa=vvan a? Boero.-The Navy Department ~
is informed of the arrival at Boston of the gun- Cn
boat Bennington. whore she has gone to mark int.
out the course for the speed trial of the cruiser _
New York next week. er
Luavin ron CErcaeO(-Asistant Secretary **
of Agriculture Willette, also president of the
board in charge of the government exhibit at the
Chicago, left for that city this morning to Pat
superintend the installation of the exhibits. Fat
Enights Templar ndAsensson Day. n
Wamhington Conand=ry. No. 3, Knights
Templar, will celebrate Ascenelon day by at
tending services at Ascension Church. The trie
sermon wID be delivered by the Rev. Charles E. But
Bock, pastor et St. John's Church, George- be
town. Thursday evening at 7:15 the line will ing1
be formed at Masonic Temple. A detachment
of the Marine lead will head the proseoion. so
Members of Washington. Columbia. Potomac
and De Malay Commanderams will be in line.
The line of March will be down 9th street to
Penylvania avenue. thence to 15th street. up o
15th street to Massachusetts avenue, down Ms.
achtuetts avenue to the church, where theMe
services will he held at 7:8 o'clock. M
Maid On the Gamblers On the liats.
Offcer Plathere sad three others of the fourth T
procinet yesterday descended upon the colored th
crap and card players who haunt the fiats to the.be
east of the Long bridge, and eaptured about' the
half a dosen men and boys while engaged in
gambling there. The raid was similar to the Ig
one made there the preceding Sunday. ad the of r
offiers are now confident that they have put anhi
end to the practice, for some time to come at
least. This morning the mries captured 'tea
terday forfeited their co ieal n the Police
A Truuktnl of Plunder. th
Detectives Weedon and Boardman returned lf
from Lynchbnrg, Va., Saturday afternoon with
the young colored men. Jamses Green and Wm. qu~
Bruce, who were arrested there with a trunk Coi
tilleri with stolen property in their possession. r
The nrlsoners will be gaven a hearing in the 1 eft
P'olice Court tomorrow. The property has, an 1
boen recognized as the proceeds of many rob- Cor
beries. a'nd some of the property which has not mol
yet been identified is at headquarters, whore it fren
is held for identification.
. Memory of Madame Blavatsky. )
It being the seconid anniversary of the death een
of Madlame H. P. Blaratsky the Theosophical Jul
Society will hold a memorial service in their ea.
rooms. No. 919 F street northwest, at 8 o'clock ths
Ihis evening. Appropriate music will be ran in
diered, readings will he given from the "Light his
of Asia" and the "Bhagavad-Gita" and a assi
paper on the life and work of the great Thet,- whc.
sophist will be read by Mrs. Julia B. Coffn, wit,
Change er Schedule Richmond and Danville too,
Attention .s invited to change in schedule Rich- g-r
mondi and Danville railroad ecfective S'unday, May
L. Tn.. incai train heretafore learing Washington
at ,iu, an., running to Ly ochburg, '.a., haa been con
extended to run to IDanvlile. Va. The new trai, but
the southern fast mail, leaves Washington 11:1st itsiel
a.w.- 'aily andj stops only at principal points andi fore
arie a; A;lants 6:.% a.ma. and Morntgomery at~ g
a p~.m. the foliow.ng dlay. .arrying Pullmnan sleeper g
New York to Mon.ttgnieri. The~ Washington and
eontuwe,tern veau'oiMe limited leaving Wash- a ca
ngtn I"a n. dhai fir Atlanta. Ne w Orleans to
an h ocaetriaamn shrtfr, t
PORTS IN GENERAL.!,
hat in Going On in Turf and
Basn Ball irl.
DROPPED DOWN A PEW PRO.
""imati sad Cleveland Win ad Wash- i
1ngte Ree a Goe.
3apt. OBourke tried Jim Duryea again in
i box on Saturday at New York and the yet
a twirler demonstrated that he ha. not yet
mck his pace. After fourteen runs had been
do off him he was ;&ken out in the sisth in
ling and Esper was put in. He held the c
hts down to four runs. Busie pitched for I
i home team and only three hits were made
his delivery, of which O'Rourke made two.
en Donahue. a protege of Roger Connor's,
at In the box to show his nace.
Ehe only noteworthy incident of the game t
s O'Rourke a giving Umpire McLaughlin a s
r ointson the rules. When Farrell went to
a s attention was called to the fact that
was not batting in the order on the score I
'd. He notified the umpire and said that r
rrell should be declared out for batting out b
his turn. Th- uamnire sustained him and
rrell was deviared out. then Cant. O'Rourke, J
o is ordiarily a most rea'sonabale main, was r
sedingly wroth. and procuring the book of
as showed the umpire that he was wrong. v
had not called for the official orde:- o: a
'ting and compared it with the score card d
her, as required. It was unruasonable to t
he Washington suffer for ustakes in the r
w York score card. So the umpire thought, I
i he changed his mind and yielded to t
Etourke. who does not "kick" unless he has a L
nt to make. a
'be game will not bear description. Busie A
I well nigh invulnerable and Duryea was not. a
nsequently New York played a good leiding I
no and Washington did not. The result was v
)ther Saturday game.-At Cincinnati-Cin- a
nati. 3; St. Louis. 1; thirteen innings. At a
veland-Cleveland. 6: Chicago, 5. At Brooi
-Brooklyn, 2; Pht'adelpbia, 4. At Balti
re-Baltimore, 16; Boston, 12.
YRSTXRDAY' 6a G s, 3
!ourteen thousand two hundred people went
I to Sportsman's Park, 8t. Louis. yesterday
ernoo and saw the home club shut out t
icago. The weather was clear, but a trite j
ol. Both sides played magnificently in field
but St. Louis was stronger in batting.
litenstein was a puszie to the Chicagos, who A
ured only two safe hits off his delivery.
3.. N. 3.
Louis..1 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 2-8 12 0
we"..00 0 0 00 0-4 24
thter-Bretensein and Mauck.
:n the presenes af one of the largest crowds
At ever witnessed a game at the Cincinnati I
rk. the Cinelanatis defeated the Louisvilles
terday. The local men fell on Clausen from
outset and in four innings knocked him out
the box. Lucid took his place, but- fared
T little better, as he was hit hard. The bat
g of Carnthers, McPhee and Grimm were the:
turee of the game. Weather fair; attend
nL . . t
wlanati..4 0 0 4 3 3 0 0 5-16 16 5
oisville..0 0 1 0 1 1 8 1 0- 7 11 5
'iltehes-Dwyer, Lucid and Clausen.
Record of the Clubs. C
31mbs. . ih. W.! L. wet.q
veland. 5 s 71.4 'rookln. . 3 :5 50.0
Ainast. 6' 3 6.0 fLost.. 31 4 4.3
Lous...l 5 3 U..3 cdarO.... 11 40.0 a
shinton , 3 P'ttsbur...1 2 3 4u.t
w Targ... 4 6b. X.t.?r..S b
Ia . % Ae5.0 ouille..1i 6 V..0
TUE JOCKEY CLUB LOST.
ring Stake Eventas Proved to Be a C6atly g
Vith delightful weather and the largest at
dance of the meeting the fourth spring
sting of the Washington Jockey Club closed
Iurday. The meeting was neither a financial b
! racing success, for the club. it is under- 1
d. is a loser to the amount of about 42.000, 1
I it n doubtful if there ever was ameeting
the club in which close and exciting finishes
v so rare. One rather costly mistake made e
the club was the giving of stake events. .
Pre were four of these at 6700. one at S800
i one at 61.000, $4.600 in all. Had these
se been made simple over-night events at
0 eaeh the results in a racing sense would 7
'a been every bit as enjoyable and the club o
old have saved just $1.600.
n most instances. even on the big tracks, at t4
present day stake events produce the least a
oyable races, the exceptions being those ai
se races which are worth tothe winners many tl
mands. via.. the Futurity, the Brooklyn I
I Suburban handicaps and similar events.
I on tracks suob a the loal one stake races
to say the least, sad mistakes. The nur
e of the club to obtain a surerior class of
see was good enough, but 'its experience
ing the meeting just closed undoubtedly
Minced the management that stake races in ei
shington are failures.
he winners Saturday were May Bird. 1 to
Itrathfeldower. S 2; Illume, 7 toS; An
t Belle. 6 to 1; uppons, 3 to 2. and Capt.
ang,7 to . o1
Ctes et the Chair Contest. Ci
early 50,000 coupons clipped from Ti,~n Bi
. placed today to the creditof the various
teetants for the two easy chairS donated by Is
Ig I Barding. The excitement was quite
-e during the lest half hour and the large 0
Iad kept the firm busy receiving votes. It is b
mated that nearly 800,000 coupons have been i
ad the pest six weeks. The ev. C. L. Pate o
ived over 8,000 voe a few minutes before C
close of the contest, and it looks as though
two winners are among the R1ev. C. L. e
a. Rev. Father Glaab. R1ev. A. Harding and tr
her O'ConnelL. The result will be an- t
need tomorrow. 1
A Nevw Pleasure Asse::iation. t
seterday the German Americans of the Die
t of Columbia went out in full force to
ma Vista. on the Potemac. About 100 mem- hi
of the different German societies of Wash
on were present with several hundred
as and children. They Incorporated them
es Into a body politic by the narne and "
a German American Central Buena Vista t
sure Association amnd elected the following ini
era: President, John Hockemeyer; vice 'th
ident. Rudolph Saur; treasurer. John il
try Buscher; secretary, Capt. Wni. p. m
The Keeper of the Seal.
be report telegraphed all over the countrym
Mr. Bartie of the ttate Department had w
i reduced to a 31.200 clerkship is denied at bt
State Department. Mr. Bartle entered the
artment in 1840, under Secretary Webster, l
ia the custodian of the United 8'tates seal. w'
ar as can 'oe learned there is no in:ention
duties. an hange whatever in his salary or
Geo-e Rack to C'orea. t.
cable message was received at the Navy tr
artment today announcing the arrival of
U. S. S. Alert at Chemulpo, Corea. She ta
that port on the 29th ultimo and subse- SI1
ntly arrived at Shanghai. Her return to
sa is supposed to be based on orders fronm
admiral in cqmmand of the station on the
mumptio:n that it was wrong for her to have or
there without specific instruction- 8o far wi
be Navy Department is aware affairs in d
so are quiet, and the return of the Alert is
based on any information received here of d
Ii trouble. -d
Grateful to Their Constitjsent.
test just ended for the prize offered by Mr. c
,as Lansburgh to the most popular letter ==
-ier, writes to Tix STAR expressing his
ish to the public generally, who took part
be contest with so much friendly interest; to
fellow carriers in East Washington, who
sted him with such Zeal; to Mr. Lansburgh,
ae generoaity and enter prise arc spoken of
a admiration wherever a letter carrier goes.
good sense and fine taste shown by him,
in the character of the prizes he is to give
also everywhere appreciated, and to THE
lit which has contributed greatly to the
it and public interest manifested in the
est, and which has always-not only now,
in other more Important matters-shown
f the friend and helper of the letter carrier
irgt. Harbinson. who won the prize offered
te most popular police offieer, has written
rd in similar terms, expressing his gratitude
me many wno helped him in the contest and
DEATH OF REV. DR. CUTREERT.
t Took Place at Aiken, . C.. on Saturday.
Rev. Dr. James H. Cuthbert. an old and well
nown resident of this city, died on Saturday
rternoon at Aiken. I. C., where he was visiting
friend. Dr. Cuthbert was for many years the
astor of the First Baptist Church of this city.
to had been In his usual state of health and a
ulegram received from him on Friday stated
hat he was Oery well. A letter was received by
is family from him this morning. dated last
'riday, in which be wrote in cheerful terms
nd seemed to be very wall at that time. The
ause of his death was heart failure.
Dr. Cuthbert was born in Beaufort. . C.,
lecember 18, 1823. He graduated at Prince
an In the class of 1843 and afterward studied
beology. and in 1847 became the pastor of a
hurch in Charlestou. Eight years later he
ras called to the pastorate of the First Baptist
bureh of Philadelphia, where he remained
ntil the beginning of the war. lieturning to
be south. be preached for some years in
.ugusta. Ga.. and in 1869 he became the pastor
f the First Baptist Church of this city, which
lien stood on 13th street between G and R
Upon the the receipt of the news of his death
is son, Dr. Mliddleton Cuithbert. at once left
;r Aiken and is expected to returu with the
omain tomorrow morning. Dr. Cuthkiert
oif live children, Lwo sons and three daughters.
if the latter two are married, Mrs. George W.
rown and Xr.. L. M. As;in wail. One son is a
uident of Denver, mnd tue time of the tuners!
as been bet for Thursday afternoon at 8 o'clock
i order to allow time for him to reach this
itV. 'The pallbearers hate not yet bean
elnia.dy decided. but they will be chosen
:om the personal friends of the family,
kcmbers of his old church, the
sculty of the Columbiai University and
ie P'rinceton A'umni Association. DW. Cuth.
ort ivas one of the oldeit members of that
Nsociation and one of its most devoted friends.
I meeting will probably be held tomorrow
fternoon to take suitabti action on his death.
Or. Cuthbert wax a writer of soan note and
as also th, anthor of a considerable amount of
arse. :a was one of the most kindly hearted
t Christian geati::men, and he leaves a large
relms of friends to mourn his end.
PRINCIPAL LEMOW' CASM.
lEj. Yoder Witadraws the Charges That
Mr. Hanson T. A. Lemon, the principal of
to Jefferson Schuol, against whom charges
'ere made by citizens who called on the Com
miimoners Saturday, claiming that he had
rutally flogged boys, has decided to make no
mawer until the school board aseets tomorrow.
n a statement to that effect sent to TOHE STAR
Ir. Lemon bays he desires a thorough and im
At least a portion of the charges made against
Ir. Lemon have n1ready fallen to the ground,
I Maj. Yoder, who preferred them. has with
rawn them. The charge made by Mr. Brooks.
rowing out of the castigation of his son by
Ir Lemon. still remains.
Maj. Yoder stated to a STan reporter today
at since his interview with Commissioner
oss Saturday relative to his complaint against
Ir. Lemon of the Jefferson School he had
tieled himself that the latter was justified in
s course he had pursued in all cases in order
>maintain the duscipline of the school. which
i of the highest order. He has therefore with
rawn all charges made by him, and desired to
sake this statement as a matter of justice to
me whom he had wrongfully accused.
MAJ. Yoder said he had made a personal I%
Miry into the cases referred to in letters sub
sitted to the Commissioners, and was well sat
lied that the cases had been exaggerated, or
0t stated fully enough to show what should be
town in justice to Mr. Lemon.
A CONFUSION OF NAMES.
trsets Whteb Are Known by Dimremst
Namaes in Diffewnt Squares.
In many parts of the city, notably between
lh and 19th streets and north of Qstreetnorth
rest, there are many streets running east and
1st on the same general line bearing different
ames for the same street in different squares.
orcoran street changes its name to Monroe
etwoen 16th and 17th and to Sherman between
Ith and 19th and again to Hillyer place be.
reen 20th and 21st. Riggs street
French street between 9th and 10th
ad Lawrence between 18th and 19th. Cedar
reet, Oregon avenue, Swann streesh Blake
rent are all small streets on the same line.
etween Q and It streets are four streets on the
me line with different name ,. Between P and
there are two streets with different names.
though running on the same line. Between
and U thr.e names, all different. are used for
se street practically.
The inspector of buildings has Called the at.
nilon of the Commismioners to this matter
2d states that it creates the greatest confusion,
id he recommends that the Commissioners take
is matter under consideration and remedy
The President made the following appoint
onts Saturday evening:
William C. Renfro of Oklahoma to be gov
nor of Oklahoma.
Charles C. Richards of Utah to be ecretary
Charles I. Bruce of Arizona to be secretary
Robert WV. Banks of Mississiopi to be re
iver of public moneys at .Jackson, Miss.
Walter C. Wescott of Co-orado to be receiver
'public moneys at Del Norte, CoL.
David H. Hall of Nevada to be register of the
ind offie at Eureka, Nov.
Darwin Z. Curtiss of Michigan to be register
'the land offie at Marquette. Mich.
James W. Duncan of the Indian territory to
a special agent to make allotments of lands
severalty in the cherokee outlet to seventy
us Cherokee citizens as provided by act of
ingress approved March 8, 1893.
John Goode of Virginia to be commissioner
the part of the United States under the
easy for a claims commission concluded be
vn the United States and Chile August 7,
Robert B. Bower of Ohio to be first con
oler of the treasury.
The last aopointment is one of considerable
terest nere. inasmuch as the first controller
he official of ithe treastury upon whom rests
fi nal adjudication of D i strict accounts.
'rHE NEW NAaSHSAL OF UTAH.
Nate M. Brigham, appointed United States
erbal for Utah, was born in Natick, Mass.,
irty-seven years ago. His father was killed
ac::on before Petersburg. Va., during
e late war, and his mother was for
enty-two years, until her death, post-.
isetr at Natiek. Mr. Brigham was grad
,ted from Harvard in the class of 1880.
nong his classmates were Assistant Secrelary
ainey of the State Department and Assistant
cretary Hamlin of the Treasury Depart.
tnt. Several years ago Mr. Brigham
mit to Utah to engage ini the oil
siness. and during the presidential cam
agn of last year he was in carge of the
erary bureau of the democratic committee at
The will of Dorothen Whipiperman was filed
say. She leaves to her daughter. Mary Ann
app, all her estate and names her as execu
The will of Walter Soangler, leaving his es
te to his sister in Lat Crosse county, Wis., was
No License Itequired.
In the case of Charles Williams. an old col
ed1 man, charged with selling wood and coal
thout a license, ,Judge Kimball this morning
cided that it was a case in which no license
as required, and the old man was accordingly
mcharged. The court said that the point was
decided by him when he first came upon the
neh. The information was filed under the
ovisions relating to unlicensed produce deal
,. and it could not be held that wood and
al were produce.
for all ills of the stomach,
lIa liver and kidneys. Bot
litIed just as it flows from
the spring-pure and un
sem,.. adouIterated. Sold by all
A hadies besk. tag vbl
-phys-tss eindorse. is, ee
*- Ddfbrd Nineral Springs Ce,,
-rraes.,nedgeu~,5, 1. m ,
TE GOLD SITUATION.
It Gives Little or h Concern to the Treas
The gold situation remains in statu quo and
actually gives little or no concern to the of
Acials of the Treasury Department. They feel
absolute confidence in the ability of the ad
ministration to handle the question without
alarm to the country or detriment to the public
credit of the United States. The unsettled
condition on 'change aided the condi
tion by making the rate of exchange
so low that exports are not profit
able and by making a demand for
American certificates. which will tend toward
keeping the gold on this side of tib water. if
there are no exports during thiN month the
gold reserve will probably increase each day.
This is shown by the daily statement of the
treasurer. which is pointed to by omicials as
showing a most encouraging outlook.
The ,owes& mark of the gold reserve was
reached on April 25, when the reserve was
$92,752.910. The statement of the gold re
serve on the succeeding days, up to and includ
ing Mar 5, which the statement of today pives,
is s follows: April 6, 92,820.710; April 27,
989,820.710: April 28. *96.290,439; April 29.
$V7.011,390: May 1. 097.025,782; May 2. 697.
401,C58; 3ay . 497,O9.37G; May 4. 6tt,66,394;
May 5. 397.864.105.
secre.arv Carlisle was quoted today as saying
that the situation was entirely satisfaciory;
that e had assurances that the ew York banks
w ould aid the department if the necessity arose,
but that he did not beLieve that such a course
would be necessary.e
WILL NOT NE AVOrrED.
The sewer-cleaning device recently tried by
the Diatric: wiA not be adopted. Capt. Derby
says thete are but very few sewers in the Dis
trict in wi.ch this device could be advan
tageouslev used and all of these will be replaced
during the next fiscal year.
TO LA& (AS MANS.
A permit has beau granted the Washington
Gaslight Comany to lay gas mains on 17th
street (east side) betwLen R and 8 streets
northwcst. on R (north side) between 16th and
17th streets northwest and on E street (south
side) between 17th and 18th streets northwest.
PAoTZsT AOAV:ST LlcaNYSIxo A LIQUOn SALOON.
The board of trusteesof Goruch M.E.Church.
located on' the corner of 6X and L streets
southwest, have entered a protest with the
Commissioners agairst the licensing of any
liquor saloon witbing 400 feet of the church.
coNTEAcT FoS DOG TAMS.
J. Baumgarten & Lton of this city have been
awarded the contract for furnishing the dog
tars for this year The tags will be of German
silver and the design will be a clover lea. The
order calls for 8,500 tags.
PLUMBERS EEPEas zGEETs.
The master plumbers of Washingten, repre
sented by John Mitchell. president, Daniel
Hannan andJames Cunningham, called on Capt.
Rossell Saturday to express the sentiment of
the master plumbers of the city and to assure
him of the:r best wishes for his future success
and their regrets at the severance of the very
able and gentlemanly methods that havecharac
torised his duties as Engineer Commissioner.
TUET ZECOmmNED TNe BMOTAL or TMC TEas.
The petition of the residents and property
owners on I strc::: between 18th and 14th
streets northwest for .:, removal of the large.
ill-shapen tress which destroy the vitality of the
soil and prevent gras or shrubs from growing
on the south front of Franklin Park
has reched the Commissioners bearing
indorsements from the public gardener.
the parking comnmission and from Col.
Wilson. In charge of public buildings and
prounds. All ol the gentlemen- named favor
the removal of the trees. Col. Wilson in his
indorsement says "I have had the aspen pop
larsin tes park heavily trimmed back, and will
have the soft maples trimmed as soon as the
sap ceases to ran so freely. I strongly recom
mend that all the old unsightly trees in the
south sidewalk of Franklin Square be removed
as soon as practicable."
uTXeET ExTEsION T3no011 BROOEA.Iwa
In relation to the protest of Messrs. Daniel
Armat against the pian providing for a gen
eral system of street extension in so far as it
applies to the McGuire tract. which they claim
should be made to conform to the plan of
Metropolis View instead of Brookland. En
gineer Richards has submitted an additional
report in which he says that the plan to the
west of Brookland has been agreed upon by
the Commissioners and was represented by him
at the time to be in accordance with the
general plan of the city. The proposed
lines did not in all cases run toward the cardi
nal points, but some slight deviation was al
lowed to make more perfect connections be
tween existing subdivisions. The plan agrees
with the precedence estab.ished by the sub
divi-ions of South BLrookland and University
Heightg. If a rigid prolongation of city streets
had been adhered to around Brookland it would
have effectually cut off outside communication
with the subdivision.
TER XT. ZION CENETERT.
The trustees of the Mt. Zion Church, George
town. appeared before the Commissioners this
morning to protest against the proposed action
of the authorities to interfere with the cemetery
on account of its unsanitary condition. It.was
represented In the petition submitted that the
eemetery is kept as nest and clean as any ceme
tery in theoeity. The fight against the ceme
tery, they say, is due to the fact that the laud
is owned by the trustees of Dunbarton Avenue
Church. It was once their burial ground. They
allowed It to be turned out as a commons witih
no fence around it. The Metropolitan Railroad
Company pastured their horses on it for year.
until the tomb stones were nearly all knocked
down and destroyed. While things were in this
condition the trustees of Mount Zion Church re
quested a lease of the property for ninety-nine
years. and such a lease was duly made. If the
cemetery is closed what will become of their
dead? Graceland is soon to be closed. Mount
Pleasant Is closed, Harmonia is not large
enough. What are the colored people to do?
Building permits were issued today as follow:
David Simpson. one bricek dwelling, Nicholas
avenue, Barry Farm; 6600.
The contractor for futrnishing the girls' re
form school with pumping ap paratins has asked
for an extension of time owing to the incom-'
plete condition of the building.
Application has been made for the planting
of asde tree' on 5th street northwest between
Spruce and Eim streets.
Mr. T. L. Holbrook. in behalf of the resi
dents on Q street between 17th and 18th streets,
hats petitioned the Commissioners to change the
schedule for sweeping that block from weekly
It was all very well for Shake
speare to write about "There's
nothing in a name." Trade
competitions did not exist then.
The prestige of 50 years of suc
cess (lid not cause imitations.
No other malt extract acts better
on poor digestion or general de
bility than Johann Hoffs; it has
won a name. It keeps it by con
tinued success. Pleasant and
palatable is the way every user
Beware of imitations. The
genuine has the signature of
"JOHANN HOFF" on .the neck
label of bottle. Write for our il
lustrated boo0k, "Shakespeare's
Seven Ages," sent free.
Eisner & Mendelson Co., Sole
Agents, 152 and 154 Franklin st.,
"By a thorourh knowledgeef the naturalltaws which
acarein! epiiatiuo tu n ~ eres of well.
ae wit a drliate flavored beverag whir nat
savs us many heavy dectors' bills. It isly the jud
cloue use of such, articles of diet that a constitution
mjay be adually built up until strons- enough to re
sist every tendency to disease. Huandreds of subtle
maladies are floating around us ready to attack wher
ver th er' a a wea point. We ucay r esae mantta
pue aledat a iroperly nourished frame. "-("'Civil
Made simply with boiling- water or milk. Sold only
in half-pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus:
JAMES EPPS a CO.. Homesopathic chemists. Lan
SEUREANT DAL.E'S CASE,
Oeer Mufney Thinka Lles. Gesa4e Was
Under the Inuemee of Uquer.
Saturday aftenoee in the Poliee Court after
Tzz STAs's report closed in the trial of srgt.
John C. Daley charged by Liset. Geesfo-4
with perjury, several witnesses were examined
to show that. Lieut. Geesford was not intent
eated on March 4, s charged before the trial
board, and on whichehar.e the lieutenant wac
quitted. After putting these witnesses an the
stand the government closed ts; came.
Judge Miller intimated that he would have
to send the ease to the grand jury, ma he could
not e a full bearing of both sides of It. All
for Co Police Court to determine. aid the
judge. was whether or not a prima flcse case
had been made out.
'le judge said, however, that he weld hear
proof on part of the defense to show that there
was no malice.
POLECKAZ MULeT TueTa12s.
When the ass eamane in court today Judge
Weed mid he would call ex-Pollon=a Muhley,
who had dome duty in the eighth precinet.
He testified that on the day of the second in
auguration of President Cleveland he was em
duty at the corner of 17th street and Pennsyl
"Where was Lieut. Gesferd?"
"He was there several times during the day."
*What time did you return to the station?"
"A bout 6:25."
"Wa" the lieutenant there?'"
"Yes air, he wa' sitlting behind the desk."
Witness tiaid he remaintd the-re about an
hour. He obeerved the appearance of LiAut.
Geratord and he thought he was under the in
fluence of liquor.
"1 remained there about an hour." said wit
noes. "and there was no rail call. I got dis
gusted with the Proceedings and left."
He sid that Bergi. Daley, Lombardy and
Duinigan were aio in the station.
"Why was the roll not called?"' the witness
"The preiding officer, in my epunaen, was not
able to call It."
Witness said that the lieutenant made three
or four attemp.s to ca4 the roll, but did not
"W-at Was the cause?'
"I think he waS under the infeeese of
MAD TAKEN TERSE DRN13s,
Witnoss said he desired to make an orplana
tion. He said he did not appear before the
trial board as a witness, nor did he want to ap
pear in court, bat he was forced into it. .
On crovs-examuination witness was asked it he
was not drunk on the day in quetion. and he
declined to answer amthe ground that a man
did not have to criminate hiamelr.
Judge Miller told him he would have to
answer, th questions and he said, ' was not
"EHad you been drinking?'
"I bad taken three drinks."
"The same number that Goasford teok," e.
marked Judge Weed.
The cours then tcok a reeses,
N. 46 W. FAULL
When court convened after recess G. W.
Faulk was the frst witness celled. Re re
sides at No. 6U Florida aresue and
was on duty as a special police
man during the inauguration. He testifed
that he was on duty on the 4th day of Marak
and returned to the eighth present etation in
the evenirg. He was there between 6 and 7
o'c.lock. He mid he called upon the lieutenant
and asked to be relieved. That was about SAl
o'clock, and ladgg from the lieutenant's as
tions and eanvorsat, witness mid he theught
the latter was under the iainenue of liquor Or
some Intoxicating drin.
Witness was pressed to tl al he hard, and
he said he hard Lieut. Geesford nail up Mr.
Masters and heard him my to the latter;
"You're a pretty 1s- t a -.'
Witness asked the lieutenant to alow him to
go home and get somthing to eat. and it was
then that the uleunseant said: "Your admeatAn
as a policeman has been sadly neglected."
Witnees maid something wag said about a tre
phone s=e and om profanity was used,
but he was not prepad to state exactly what
Sergeant Daley, he maid, called the roll that
night after two inefeotual attempte had bees
made by the lieutenant.
mw US TRoroar on551o3s was nEIL
On croeseoxamluation witness said he had
iled an application for a position on the fore.
When he was a special he missed one roll call.
Witness did duty on Penneyvania avene be
tween 17th and 19th streets.
When further questioned witness said he con
eluded that the lieutenant was drunk beause
of has actions and the confusion attending his
atemopts to MaR the roll. "If he was not un
der the infiuae of liquor or same intoeicating
drug that evening," mid witness, "he l a good
Sergt. Lombardy was sworn, and he testiled
that he saw the lieutenant in the station for
about five minutes, and be said it was his con
scientious belief that the lieutenant was under
the influence of liquor. He hed the lieuten
ant call the roll. and when he left the station
he heard Sergt. Daley calling the names of'
Witness was aked by the court if he had had
any trouble with the lieutenant and be reped,
the appetite, am
provue d m and
vigor: all the orgas
ae of the bodyareroamed
to halthy actinb
I More than aD,te
* liver-and that's the
blood or paomo-us
blood ontrob the
health, the liver eontrols the blood, the "Die
covery" controls the liver.
You ca escape just about half the illk th
flesh is heir to, by bela ready for thema.
Brace the system up with tis --mecne
which pi-rmats as woll as cume. For all dis
eases caused by a disordered liver or impure
blood-dyspepsia, bilion.nes, the mat osb
born skin, mcl~ and scrofulots afections,
the " Discovery in the only remedy so car
tain and effeetive that it can be guarsntrod.
If it doesn't benefit or cure, yout have ywe
You pay only for the good you gst.
O MFSITS E
irncludes the great teinperance drink
It gives New Life to the Old Folks,
Plesure to the Parents,
Health to the 'hiren.
GedrA -dAlthe lias.
d A.25eent pmckgesas 7ive
ga-n F nadget
UEEN te CO.
Ameses that -sef etab
OFF'ICE HOUng. a-Kte
* ad~ seea.,...sa
and they wtil receive intelitsent and skillful ailenuion.
rNOCliiEu' to 'ae your sym. E..er~ tsr u
JORWDAN & ACLEOD)
MECEANICAL A$t ELEaTR1AL ENGINEunu.
We noention astew of our cutaaess to whomn we
"Ne. but the Bemtewat had ees Wuble with
'That was two days belles the tinl baud
heard the case.
"Defor. the seeilmemy washebd "
"By whm were ye sammened bItes, the
"Inpep o Peare... I gam..."
Witne.. thought the beummaut was set a his
masa eendities that day.
" MvNew owia ue.Are.
Yb . e......tema.r.... Ju ... .... em
upeetsd TemmeW .
Judge LeAughre, the comaindameof pem
doena expecaed is the cty tasaarear toa enter
actively Upon the dutdes of his new pamion.
Sa. =k memmatsm was contraned by the
Rete he h e bern at has h . a Niumesof.
windiug up has permeeal bust.ss., se Ot
be way be able t awe his eathe Mm t the
bumine of this gat governamet bamnam.
He has aready bee mpplied with uaso ex
perience an the peoeno ece for his primeipel 1
asistants. 'Dw Aee deputy. Mr. Murphy, mas
caled away todar by the a=unneut 4t the
death of has uisther. Mr. f. C. D. the Mmeme
deputy, Is. therefore, the acting eamm ser
of peaaons. He Was ehit of the SMA divi
ea dunag the Erst admamitration et Mr.
Cleve!and. and aines them he has held a phAe
in the amesand. therefoe, his preeat appeias.
meut wse a pronsoa team the reabs. Mr.
1:eed. as ezaineer ad amabero the suunrie
board,hs been detailed ter duty i. the cOmma.s
ioner.s room ad uWt! act in a conideatial ea
pacity. Judge Loare will have three expe.
rienced ase withhiamadhe willhave thebenet
of their advice. Itinet knowa,of eroure.wim A
hi nolicy will be. but there has be. esuider
'be talk it whas is eamid to be a more
efectie er miumesem of the sws., It
has beew raggesed that the commI 4
ster ocCu:>y imelf emeluauirely with
the judicia deli. a, th6 pac
MA reesate o d two deputy em e
the detail, about a==ge.in thepesamuel of the
fo rth. Inthat evest cee. who weated I
ee about the idae.s wed be seferred to
the detutie and the -mminde.- could
devote his tsme to the other baunee or the
*Sme. Alreadr quit a aamber of change.
have bee made which ae on the Me of bring
ing so the frOnL the deossuerat who are is ihe
eomee and rell ting to the rear the republaus..
A numberet hanges have been made as the pe.
eltions of assistaat chie: and ectiom chief. ot
this charaeter. e that whes Jadge Lacghee
Legian to get aequainted he ill fnd dame
crats in aome of she pr ipal planes.
Tam Woma's Cristian Temperane Unaen
havesecured the wsanew lempemtes eauter.
col Go. W. Baem of Keatucky, to spemk in
this city weit Sunday afterneoo.
ar M. Nazz was todaw granted a dieree
from John T. Mse by hiet Juseee MSeg..,
the charge being desertes.
Hard work or easy workjust W
as you choose. If you find it j
hard work, it's because you i
won't use Pearline. You'd 2
rather waste your time and s
your strength with that absurd
rubbing and scrubbing. Of
course it's hard-that's why
Pearline was invented, that's g,
why Pearline is a household ar
word. You don't know how CU
easy it can be, until you let
Pearline do the work. 1
Then house-cleaning slips
right along. It is over before A
you know it.
Send a'-'-",e:"sm: fe
,It Banka.- IT'S FALSE- le
gd as" or -teer "' Peadr . A1
it Bac so & .ead dt or grer -e
leammuhis sa c oa f a.1 Sbe -
,dE e .. I JAMES X. Y.
I8 THE :
tanei am hin on ass itl ym~ t pko
ra. st sk i i e racomth ohlkne. We
hae no m feor you le essa-se dimassehabe sea
et that . a oe $ ha ea Sv-seo Pes
fr air Clotha Parar ate for tr~ 5i-ah er erudit. Mi
lnahd a aa n.aat ea e.. e
Suit. which we sell for e1.-b-evel res a berrau. s os
Ho waher I e as n o wil need a Peter. ec
Aninc A Rou et uatt.s-ook aet rsea
lf~.uned ar. a~ 4'r tfat. oo ch~alm e
leen spramWe. e-. .eia a Ma na- dg
art yo BETCae. AND ie sbab. eha e :
Beauty Calm,0 __
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Ibam is ten to Aea~ato.I
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a mtemig bas bees Wor
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wam seebLied todmgaieeim.
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ro SuCh bepe oyou et
)eculiar vunwwdemwn w
2tes md esjoyei. Cavrcwm
s a cooking mimI it - j
with the hodx1-imqw to at a
=au*g color. a delice flaor.
qe trame of geMumem rems
ligesiow 6 -.--t bb
COToLRM is Wthy of tdo
2Iefihl notice oa m those whe
Wole good bad. of itseffrhr
to hygkemi rometi ( -f.
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Wads only by
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