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'- P3e.;-I- JJ&, 'VKtSs. i a"--ijiis "Si THJS EVETIKR TIM2S. SjgCUIlPAT, OCTOBER 24, 1896. 8 s 1 1 1 1 a n s 0 LAN 3 BURGH & BRO. 1 s I Ladies' Warm Underwear At a Small Price. 25c day. We put on sale today a & large quantity of Win- g ter-weight Underwear at this extremely low price. This quality Is far in advance of this figure, but the price will prevail whilst the goods last. This is an opportunity for those with slender purses. Remember, the goods IIGI1IUIIIUUII fci.w ,w, are strong and service- 0 8 able and wlllgivean en- g tiro season's wear. s s a S I 1 I I s s CI l ;; s s s s Women's Underwear at 25c each. 0 Swiss Ribbed Tight- fitting Vests or Pants a in white, ecru or gray; shirts mado with fancy edge around neck and down front with three buttons; pants made large, finished with draw-string at waist. I a s s 8 8 Children's Underwear at 25c each. w 0 a Underwear for any age child from 6 to 15 years, g of heavy warm merino, 0 in natural gray both l shirts and drawers well g made and finished. 0 8 ft V s ,; . S a 'uiv, ii, "i.it tu iu o:. CSGSQSS5CSS3 SMS SSSSSSQSQS 53xS ?-3i &3&"&s3i&e9 Why is it do j 011 suppose wo aie?o bus" Doc3 it Just "HAPPCS- that waj? Is it LUCK4 Your own judgment tel jou tbat tbcre'u a KCA feON foi it! Tin re arc scleral icasuus and we'll tiiumcrate them FIRST We tell reliable Furni ture and Carpet3 on CREDIT just as low as you can buy elsewhere for CASH. SECOND We mako and lay all Carpets FREE. No charge for waste in matching figures. THIRD Wo believe in beinsr AC COMMODATING it's a pleasure Tor us to ar range the cajrments to please YOU, weekly or month. y. lliCsearea fcwul the reasons uhy wanre Liusj wlij MolllCKVLlobo bu. Solid Oak Chamber Salto. 23. 40-iuuud Hairilattress Sti 50. G-fL Kxtensluu 'J able. S3.."0. Iire Ann itocer. U5c. l-ull-'eiigtli lst-prilis Luunzc. $2.50. Ingrain Carpet pel jard. a.ic Liusscls Caipet per jard, 00c ! GROGAN'S I flaniniotii Credit House, 117. 819. 821. 823 7tn St D. W.. " ltctnecuHaud I Sti. & s tsflTTTT TnTTTirRrmnniTTrimnfTiiiTannrTS 51 CO .Numir Corsets 59c Eisenmann's, E 806 7th St., Bet. H anj L 3 E 1924-1926 Pcnna. Ave. :jj Kiuuuiuuiiuuiiuuiiuufiuiiiiijuuiiiia Did jou ccr realize what makes tliodli leicnou in pneo ut one piaco oer another? A c.i)l at tnu -varoruoius uC tbu KilUiuoro llauuf.iaory btleff I'iano will comiuce jou that no Instrument i.tn U: mali better. bTIi;FK;itA.'U ANIJ Ul'lUUHT I'iANOa. the cliok-e of the licst Informed anil moat critical or the musical uUlc eenerally. Terms to suit: manufaclurera' prices; full; guaranteed. Tuulnc anil repnlrln" 111 rpeeire prompt ottcntion CHAS li UTIKFF. G21 Eleventh st. nw , near F tt. eGXSSXSGX30GX3QOGX3SX3033ee3 I Our 25c. I In.tl!c' lUblied Veu and 1'ants aic W g tlte best the money cm secure. Qy I STERNS, S 004-006 Seventh Street. GX3ffiGXDSX30GCG DR. CZARRA'S, ,, C19 I'u. Avr, M.H'., UuIiiii-tn, I). O bpeciilbt in chronic and private dlseines. I'j.cs, btricture, Ujdrocele, Oout. Catarrh. Ujspcinia. lilood 1'uUon cured. Vitality Ta ilored. Consultation free and confidential to Lotli ecu j. IalI).!)to UStoS. CloscdSmidar. BOHHilRCHe rKnRnTAKBM J. WILLIAM IrfEHl. . UKIJRT&EIL 332 Va. Ae. 2J. W. Flret-clnH-i Kertlco. Tllulio. 1383. C. GLENN NICHOLS, i UMJEKTA1CKU AM) BMDaLUB. Feno.i. avc. anil 2d st. . Terms ruaioruible. Chapel (or funerals. Telephone 761-3. oc2-3m,em e s I Whafs I iTha Matter?! 1 f "Why is it do j 011 suppose $ I STIEFF PISHOS ...nrf.fT'sattowiStft.'Aa- Jaf - XtWfcfifi - SSimS' jy CARDS TO THE WEDDINGS Invitations for Several Nuptial Events Have Been Issued. I'tiniptuii-lMii-lpK Ceremony Will Oc cur -xt Week taUHKlp of l'uNliloiiiihle Fulk-4. Mr. anil Jlrs. Hnrry C. Birsc, No. 1305 TneiAj ecouil olreet, who l.au ricently inocd to the citj from Great 1'alls, tre ulSell'llltlKla uxenliif; by tin constant arrival of uneMK.'i.ltHl fflendt, nho called in couide, and. finally taking osteSMon of the pretty home, made its owners their Suc-ts. I'roprchc euchre formed the feature of the cvumiK's pastime, tlie prizes lor which were brought It ttoe company, as well as the refrclitui nt, nhicli were i-erv etl at the clotc or the'earae. The first lmlj's pne was won by ilrs HirKt", Mi-s Ilaltie Uirse cnptunuK Hie second Tl.e Kenlle man's firot linze was carried off b .Mr. K. Q Smith, the t-econd by llr. Walter Heti bc anil the consolation tro;diy by Mr. Louis I'eate Among the RueMx were Mr ami Mrs. E. Q Biuith, Mr and Mrs L R l'cate, Mr. .-mil Mrs Oscar Hcinuidt, Mrb. L. G l'ar kerof l'allsCluinh.Mn. O.f. Abbott, Miss Prinalflt, Misok Annie anil Hattie Iiirge, Ms-.SailieHaiiii.i. Mist Iirauey, Miss Uusie H'.iWi, Mr. Will Hanuaj, Mr. W. V Met ed If, Mr WaUsoti Clarke, Mr. I'reil A. Kcluuidt aal Mr Walter Heuey Mrs Ocorge IJ. I'helps has issued cards of imitation to the nediling reccptCt' of .her daughter. Anne Lander King, and Mr James Janes Lamptou, "Wednesday even ing, October i. rrom 8 to 1 1. at No 2111 llancrorrolnci Coniit'.ticiitAeiitK.IIt'ightt. Theinanlag" whk-h will be witneel by only the familiis nml iimueiliate frknds of the contrnrting pair, will be solemnized by J)r 13. I. V, hitman, president of Co lumbian Um prsit) , anda lire long friend of the bride. The ushers will be Capt. C P. Domer and Mr. W C Norn's. There will be no attendant. mald Tin- nuptial music will be unusuall) beautiful, .-mil the house, nliKh has been rccentlj lompleti-U and fur nished as a sift rrom lhe groom to the bride, will be decorated thioughout liv Small After a bridal tour, that will Include visits to the North anil l'ort Monroe. Mr. and Mrs Lamptou will lie at home after Dccemlwr 1 at thtlr home, on Bancroft plate, on Thursday throughout the season Mr. Liinpton will giiea bachelor dinner this cunlng at the Oxford to the mem bers of the Irish Legation, a club of genUemen or distinguished Milesian an cestry, ou v.lucli occasion he will bid Bohemia farewell The marriage of Miss Julia Defnes Sam ple, the ilaugt.ter or Mr James A. Sample, chief of a divisloa in the Treasury, to Lieut. Archibald Campbell, Third Iieguncnt of Artillery, U, H. A., will take place Imme diately prior to the departure of the bat tery to San Francisco, which will probably be within the week. The wedding, which will be a ijuiet one, w til be solemnised at the homeorthe bride's parents, No Kill Biggs, m n northwest The Misses Iteed, No 1023 B .street soulhwest. entertained their Mends with a dainty supper Tuesday ccning last, the guests re resenting the party or. oting people alio participated with the hostess iu the recent straw ridcln Great Kails The table was prettily arranged with cut Tl'jwcrs. i hosauthctnunih forming the centerpiece Miss Mary Heed was as sisted by Miss Mabel Sanrord. Among those present were Misses Annie and Kdna hanford, .Miss Ue-sie Buchanan, Miss Lotlie Carter, MUsis Winifred and Helen Stockton, and Messrs BcnAitchcrson. Bd Auguslerfct, Samuel, Frank and Ray mond Itccd, Slnplej Urashears, Walter Don aldson, Kdgar llcnilersou and Ernest Glb-Ron- Mr and Mrs. Augustus Freeman, ot B street, will leae this evening for a two month's Msit to Ashellle, N. C, for the benefit of Mrs. Freeman's health Miss Laura Chase, of New Yorkavenuc, is home for a brief istfrom Philadelphia, where she will study at the School of De sign during the winter anil spring. rilAINUI) riO THE WALL. An Old Woiimii Imprisoned in a Blaring House. ".IMamsport. Pa.. Oct. 21 The small frame house of Martin Morse, at Canton, w.i discovered on fire. The doors were fastened, and til on breaking them down the neighbors round Mrs. Lcroy, aged nlni ty ears.aloiioandchaiuedto the walls. The chKins were bmken and the frantic wo mnn can led from the building as the roof fell in. Mrs I.ertiy made her lion e with her daughter and son in law, both of whom we, atraj from the hoi.se when the fire occutrcd. The man was working in the field nearby, and later the wife returned frori a uriRlilor's house, after thcbuilding had been consumed. Mr and Mrs. Morse, whose reputation is Cod.fcuy that the old Iday is cluldili, and to leep her out or mischief I hey ch&ined her wheuthey wentawav from home. The fire tiegan on the top Tloor and Mrs. Lcioy was chained dawn stairs. aS333SS33nMaS3ECa3333333 FOR FIFTY YEARSl MRS. WINSLOW5 " SOOTHING SYRUP has been used by Millions of Mother! for their Children whllo Teething for over fifty yearn. It soothes the child, softens (ho gums. alUys alt ptin, cures wind colic, Mid ii the heat remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-lire cents a bottlv gCEKBKkikXIsKEKKKUBIilfliliBEBBIl SUrif : -v.fc J ornans HATS TRIMMED WITH FLOWERS r.coiioinli; WoiiieiiAreCoirrinirStriiw JIutM With Silk mid Trliiimlin; 1 lieni Vltu Iliwes. FL0WEU8 will be worn all winter, an the viero last, but more pleiitifully The MgnT loners Uenewed" will be as coinmou as "IValhers curled," for tin freshening of roses and foliage is an easy thing. The most becoming way to trim a iiuich flowereil hat is to liy the flowers in H tpreading ba itch at one side, with the !ca es Flower Hut for Wlutrr. and steins at lhe other This cours the clown At the back and side small Jlowers J are s. t under and looiw of eUct set in Huts are or silk and elet 1 mines of w ire an' ered with goiKls. .uid relt hats are also cinered Ecotiomleaily indiri'-l IHNipfe win; iKssesrt a straw hat of beco.n lus shape can ccner the brim mail will cilk, with a piping of Mitel at the islge The crown can hae a "'Tarn" In velvet gathered merit- A WIDOW'S GOWN. All or Crepuii Wltli TrliiiiiilniiH of Tufrt-tii mid it New Kind of Widow's Cup. FOK widow's weeds nothing will tw found the equal of crepon It was made primarily for mourning anil nUhlug has htrn found letter It hns tlie cnukled apiicaranccof crepe without being as crushable A widow's gown all or crei on was zuailo princess shaix.'. front and back The sleeves were drooping untl full, and on the In a "Wldow'n "Weeds. shoulders were double capes of the chiffon, carli cape edged with wlute taffeta rib bon. The waist has a joke outlined with taffeta. The ribbon came to niiir in the front. At the lowest point a little bolero jacket opened like a lapel anil was nnisiied with a border or the taffeta. To make the waist tery slender a point of taffeta was brought down a little Lelow the waist hue. A widow's costume, being all of black and white, will stand a deal or russiness that would not be becoming to other ma terials. THAT 1'UN.NY COXDUCTOK. "The cable car conductors have n new scheme, or, rather, one of them has," re marked a joung ludy to me yesterday. 'or course, jou know the old story about women getting on the cars with nothing but a Ss bill, nnd.the conductor can't change it, or if le can, he gives her all nickels and that sort of thing." "Well, I was down town shopping this morning and boarded a Seventh street car nt E street. When the conductor came by I found I had only three pennies and a 55 bill. He couldn't change the bill and handed it back with an air of disgust. I suggested that he stop the car and let me get off at M.irket space, but he seemed bent on embarrassing me, and in a loud voice so that all the, passengers on the car could hear said: "Oh, no; never mind. I have paid jour fare,' nt the same time tearing off a bit of cardlioard with his name and number and handing me with a great flourish. " 'If I would hand that with the money to any old conductor it would reach liim, ho said. But he hadn't registered the fare,, and I was bound to pay lilni, even if he did beat the company. I got the bill changed nt tie Market Bank and trans ferred to the Georgetown car, whose con ductor said lie never heard of any such arrangement, but took the cardboard and the nickel. "Oh, jes, likely as not the second con ductor kept the money." TVonldn't You Liko To have your vacant bouse advertised until you have It under rent? We arc ready to do that very tiling. Come and fw us nlioot It t1ny. TUB TIMES' SEAL ESTATE BUBEAD. page z.e-i '.?esi2 ..?. - c8a . - CAME NEAR BEING-MARRIED t4- - Brotner and SIstSrJ)iscovered'Tneir Relationship Just in Time. M '" FutliiT Killed in'HUttlo mid Mother Died Wbllo CoJrli.' to Ciillfomlu, Strangers Adopted Children. New York, Oct. 2-J. There were to be married In this city jes'.erday Miss Maude Harvey and Mr, Joseph Allen, an actor and an actress now- plajing at Frank B. Cnrr'H Third Aenuo Theater. For the past sis months the couple liad been (n Sum T. Jai k's Bull Fighter Company, and had been engaged to each other after being utiuulnted for only two weeks. On Sunday last they met at lhe house of Miss lluricy.217 BastThlrty-necond street, and there begun to discuss each other's past lives. To the horror nod astonishment of hot Ii, they found that they were brother and sister. There was, before thowar, a prosperous merchant living in Buffalo niimecl Jumes Benedict. When the war broke out lie en listed in a Buffalo regiment, and at the battle of Gettjsburg was killed. After the war Mrs Benedict, with her thrc-e children Nellie, Ada, and Joseph were" to Journey to San Francisco, to live wltlr an untie of the children, then a wealthy gold miner of thatBtate. But ou the nay fever broke out among the travelers, ami Mrs. 1 Ienc.il let succumbed to tl.e disease. The children, of wi.oin tile oldest was six jear iold, were taken care of by some of tLe other travelers, to bo landed over totheir uncle when Sun Frnn eiseo was reached. But the uncle could not be found in California, and they wcresub- seauently adopted by the travelers who had agreed totakecare of tlem. A Mr. Wilfred IlHlton adopted the boy, and at tho request of his protector, the boy I'doptcd his name. The. girls were taken care of by'u family named Harvey and Melrose, respectively. Tin two girls kept up a constant correspondence, but alter about five jears lost slgU of their brotl'cr. By some strange coincidence all three of them adopted the stage lis their profession. The bjy had chuuged his name, for professional purposes, to Joe Allen, wlille the girls retained the names of their protectors. The t..r of the love bitvveen Maude and Joe has Tilready been Told? Ii'lt tne surprise wltich the company ri'Ceived whe.i It heard if their rehitions has almost ui set tl.e whole organization. Or course, all wedding Invitations have already been re called, and word was sent to tie Itev. Dr. Houghton that his presence would not be re'iulred. WILLS FII.Kl) Ft lit lMtOH.VlI!. DlMptiMltloii oftlie lC-tiiti-H if II. L. .liuldwiii unit jTnnM-u Pilling. Two wills were filef for probate today. Brentoti L. Balflvvin, In his will dated June IS, 18HG, le.rvis all his estate to his wlte. Caroline B.elBvim She Is also ap pointed i'eciitrlx"nriinio bond Is rctiulred. James Pilling, in n w ill dated January 2G, 1M1, leaves $GO0 each to Catherine Bind, Sarah Kea. Uizubcth rilling. Emily Lam.i S'.ii, Carrie Porter, Louise l'orter, Jen mo Porter, l'ranlln A Pilling. Kilo Truman and Mrs Amanda Budd. He leaves $25.0u,0 Jn iriut for his daugh ter, Mry Biiima PUh'ng, and by a codicil latctl Cdolcr 30 .1605, bequeaths $25,1)00 in tusi rur Huth Harper Pilling, the daugh ter or his deceased sou, James Constautlne Pilling, who, in loej original will, was made oi c of the tiocniors, but. has since died. The will berpicatUsl the balance of the pruteri to the three sons, but because ut Jh death of James, the ?25,0u0 Is given in lieu of his third, and the residue goes to Frederick W. Pilling and John W. Pill ing, the two surviving sons, who are ap pointed executors of the e-state . . IMtlsONHIl IN Hi's IIAHU FEKT. Keteetlvo Mndo Him Take Off Miocn IlouKht Willi xtolt'ii Money. William Bradshaw, a colored joulb from North Carolina, robbed Mrs. Mary B Hos ircr.No. 316 C street iorthwet. who had bo.fr.ci.dcd him, of a purse containing $14. Ths detective captured Bradsliavv on a passenger train of the Southern Railroad, vvli'cti was about to pull out of the depot jcslcnkiy. 'lhe U) had punh.is.sd a ticket to his home, Greensboro, N C , with ?S.7f or the stolen money He bad also bought u pair or shoes, mid when arrested hail but TO Cents or Mrs. Hosmer's money left lie ciiiiiesed to the theft, and acknowledged that he bad done time in North Carolina for stealing coal. The prisoner appeared in Judge Miller's court today In his bare feet. Detective Hartlgan having made him take off the pair he purchased with the stolen money. The ungrateful fellow was sent to jail for three months for robbing his beneractress Iti-imirkivble Kent or Horneiimiislilp. St Louis, Oct. 21 Lieut. Harry II. Pattisoii. of the Third Cavalry, has reached Jerrerson Barracks, after accoiuplishlug a remarkablefeatorhorsemanslup. Hcrode from St James, Mo. to the Barracks, 112 miles, In 21hourand 23 minutes. Herode the same horse all the way.lheauimal he had ridden during tin-entire praelicemnrcli to Springfield. Mo., and return. Be made the last ten miles iu two hours and six minutes. He made three stops on the Journey. New Histrlct Attorney for Alabama. The President lias appointed George F. Moore, attorney or the United States for the middle district of Alabama. He is nt present assistant district attorney, and takes the plate cr Senator Pugh's son In liw. District Attorney CIaton, who was retired for mixing, politics with his orri cial duties. L'nusrlit and 1'iinisUed. George Cole, a colored south, has been dodging the police since August ID. when 11 is charged he struck James Crump, also colored, over the head, with a club, inflict ing two long gashes. -Last night Cole was captured by Policeman Uobey, of the Eighth precinct, and this morning he was tent to Jail for six fnonths. r"'i"" Mnrrlns" iLlceirse-s. Licenses to marry, have been issued as fol lows: i" Cluirlcs E. Browri, ot New York city, and Bebecca Jones, of iWinston, 8. C. Dr. Ch-irles H. Marshal and Pauline L. Jennings. .i Edward L. Carter and Cynthia Young. Coiineff ARiiln Defented ly ltacon. Glasgow, Oct. 24. The third contest be tween the Irish-American thampioii, long distance runner, Thomas P. Conueff, and tho English champion, Frederick E. Bacon, distance two miles, was run today and won by Bacon by fifteen yards. Bacon, who won almost as easily as he did lu the two previous contests, made the distance in 9 minutes 41 2-5 sccouds. Heart DlsCRieHelU'cd iiiaOMInntpH. Dr. Agnew's cure for the heart gives perfect relief in all cases of organic or sympathetic heart disease In 30 minutes, and speedily afreets a cure. It is a ieer less remedy for palpitation, shortness or breath, smothering spells, p-unin left side, and all symptoms of a diseased heart. One dose convinces. . , Sold by F- C. Williams & Co., 9th and F sts.: T. E. Ogram. 13th and Pa. ave., and Uillman's Pharmacy, 027 Pa. ave. VaPaS - gl - g - ratf tS-ta - avJK - ECHOLS' H. P. H. Continued from First Page. not only to secure the nomination or proper candidates for local oMccs, but more par ticularly to see that none but friends of our principles are nominated nud elected to the national und Mate legislative bottles. "Wo must endeavor by every and all honorable means to lotitrol the next Con gress, In order to thus secure the adoption of measures calculated to enforce the prin ciples euanciatcd 111 our platform, and to oppisse other measures antagonist le there-lo-1 am confident tlut by proier efforts con trol of the next Congress of the United States can bo secured, and luiHirtant meas ures lusseil forever settling the status of American citizennhip and proper Control of American Institution. THE PltESENT CAMPAIGN. "This clearly outlines the position the order Is taking iu the present campaign, and It becomes my duty not to endeavor to ad varue the interests of any seeking political office, but simply to disseminate through out the Union the lust records of those de siring such offices- I am dally receivtug hosts of itnjuiries from all over the couutrj , mid not from members of the A. 1'. A. aloue.asklug for information as to the way members or Congress voted on huc.1i Ques lions, founded ou our principles, 'as have been discussed in Congress. "This Information 1 am endeavoring to supply by distributing to all inquirers copies or the Congressional Uecord cover ing tic debates and votes on thsee.uestloiis. "Ill printing this record speiial atten tion has been called to tl.e vote of W.J. Brjan when In Congress in lth4,b plac ing his name in heavy tjpe. This has ti'eu done for the reason that a large percentage of the inquires made are for his record on thc-sequestions.andthercrore It was thought iM-tter to print his name in such a manner that It could be readily lecognized. "A careful Inspection of tl e re-cord I am distributing will show that no attention whatever lias I ecu paid to the 1 ohtlcal arrili.itions of the speakers. Men of nil parlies have gone on record for and against our platform, ami irrespective of tl.e party to which they may chance to belong, they will be Judged solely by H.ls record. "I have made this stalemei.t tuniHWli.it leiiglhy,butileJroto place-before the people oi inn country who believe in maintaining the liberty gunrantee-d us by the Constitu tion inviolate, means wherebv Uu-r nmv readlly ascertain thuse who are for aiid- muse w no are ngalust sound American doc trine, as enunciated in our platform. CONCEKNING Mil BUYAN. "I have, however, other information con cerning the position of W. J- Brian in re gard to our order, which could be brought lo thenltenllouof thenieiiiLers of the oro r, but, us It reiers lu his arriliatioi.s with the papacy f ruin a rellgiouaalanupuiut.lt isnot. strutlj speaking, la-miaue to the question. i nave neen ircqiicuuv aked the question. 'Is W J. Br.van an A. P A.?' and wishing to tet this question at rist forever, I give vou Iwlow a letter first published in I lie it. Luiiis Fost-Dipatcli of July 17, lfc'ati, and copied In the Coluu.biaiior Portland, Me., fceplembir 12, lbl. it is as follows. ' "Jbe following letter puoiisneu in the St. IaiUis Pusl-Kitpaich will relieve the minds of those Catholics who have feared the nominee of the Chicago convention vvai unfriendly to the cause ot religious lib erty. No less than a dozen intelligent men intercepted me in tie street today to ask me. as a citlic-n of Lincoln, fveb., Irish b birth, Catholic in religion, lr there was an truth in the rumor now being Industriously circulated tLat Hilliaiu J. Brvau Is ar- fihated with the Amincaii Proles live As sentation and edited an A. P. A. paper. " 'Permit me to say that I have known Mr Bryan htsou.i1I since his settlement in rvebraska, and I jve no hesitailnn in denouncing the statement of hisatriliation with the A 1' A as a he begotten or malice. Mr Br.van liusalwajHleen a Chris tian,. an Auu-rican, and a gentleman .there is noihiug betvvcen him and me Ameiican Protective Association. " 'Mr. llrjan lias been an editor of the Omaha World Herald, the Hemocratlc or gan of Nebraska, with strong Populislic leanings Its principles La've. so lar, never received the indorsement of the patriots or the A. P A. " 'Amesig the supiwrters of Mr Bryan, and a iwmlier or Lis delegation, was the Hon. John A Creighton.ol Omaha Creigh ton College-, conducted bj He Jesuits, and St Jtiseph's Orphan Asvluin, attest the Catholicity or the Creif.!itcnis. as well as their Catholic benevolence Another mem ber of the delegation was C .1 Smith, a. a well-known and popular Catholic lawjer of Omaha and strcugi opposed toA.P.A ism. 'I don't think I need .iy nnv more to disprove the absurd He that William J. Brjan is tarred with the A I' A stick. Yours, JOHN r SUTTON." THE INTKItVIEW (Extract from the Philadelphia, Pa , Press, July 17, lbtoi.) llrjnii .Not un A. I. A. "Mr Brjan was akcd if he would set at rest once and forever, ill the rumors that he was a member or the A. P. A or ot t he Junior Order or American Mechanics. " '1 have heard such rumors," Mr. Brjan replied 'I haverc-ruse-Jto bcinttrviewedbn that and other eiueslious because reporters sometimes do not report me iorrcctlj-,and I will be heard on all those eiue-stlous shortly in public speeches.' 'The people of Kansas City are anxious to know about it," he was told. Mr. Brjan Iookedcijt untie car window a moment and replied: i am not a member of the A. P A..nor never was a member. You can say that positively.' ' 'Are you a member of the Junior Or der:' " -I am not. nor never was. I am not a member or anv organization or society that links religion with iolltlcs in any waj" 'And, further, in oriie-r that no iiosslble injustice might be done and the views of W. J. Brjan be fullj- ascertained re garding the principles of our order, the letter following was sent Mm, which, taken together with his auswer thereto, cicarlv shows he Is not a friend or our order and U in league with our enemies: " 'Washington. B.C., Aug. 18,1856. " "Hon. W. J. Brjan: " 'Dear sir: There Is a rumor circulated here to the effect fiat jou are iile-ntiried with an organization known as the Junior Order United American Mechanics; also that jou are In accord with the principles or the A. P. A. Please nfrUrn or refute such charges as false. I desire this in formation for my own benefit as a voter from the State of Marjlaod. I remain, " 'Very truly, " 'W. W. BEATTIE.' " 'Upper Red Hook, N. Y., " 'August 24, 180G. " 'Mr. W. W. Bcattle, Washington, D. C. " 'Dear sir: Your favor or the 18th Inst, received. I thank jou for the friendly interest jou manlrest, and beg to inform jou that I belong to no order which dis criminates against any church. " 'Verj- respectfully j-onrs. " 'W. J. BRYAN. " 'Per C THE CONCLUSION. "friend W. W. Peattle Is a member In good standing of Council No. 7, ot Wash ington, 1). C, and is also a member of the Junior Order United American Mechanics. "I urge jou lo examine well the docu ments I have sent jou, tiring the record nfvotesin Congress on patriotic questions, and to combine jour forces so efrectlvcly that none who 'uro recorded as voting against, or who have expressed themselves as opposed to our principles will be elect- rLTcriroTnrin lo The The gasping, irhecnng and scortness ol Dream m ., Asthma may be instant!)' relieicd and per manently cured by Booth's Hyomel " Pocket Inhaler Outfit; the new and wonderful Australian "Dry-Air" treatment of throat and lung diseases. , CURES BY INHALATION."" At ad druffzisu. 100, cr at nmce Sent t y rrail on rece'pt ol pnec. L-itraliottle Hyo mei lnljlnt. oc bemj f,. - . rv--n--h'et. n. t. booth, a e: ath st. n. t. W. H. TIIOMI-aOM. Tut 15th. St & 6cllln- AgeuL , bre.1 e0JiCs0Ji. &)-(o)-(S)-S)-S)-(S) W( '(o) (o) - Special Prices Today at King's Palace Prices tbat are exceptional even with us. The mark-downs are really wonderful. Seldom indeed do such chances occur as we offer today in all our departments. Coats and Capes, Millinery and Underwear are all subject to this revolution of prices. Whatever you do, don't miss it. Capes and Coats. t5.tS Ilnuble l.'erey Catic. a bii.iutjr.st) lislily cut aud periectly tin- ftO QQ lstied. Special price... 90,00 JC 9S siniloAstraLhin Cape. lull swerp, triin uicd Tblhrt. A uvor Ite this season, sJiie-cial price $4.98 f (Utt Cheviot aud Bea ver Coals. Would cost lornier price elsewhere. O AQ Our special price 9wi70 SIC Elezant Plush Capes our quality Plush Leauillully made and triu.lued. Special price $10 Irish l-rieze Coats, richly trimmed with Marten, storm codar, full ripple, back. Our price $6.98 $5.98 tUS-i Bearer Cloth Jackets, very stjli-li. full ripple back, toriu yf QQ cellar, bpecial price.. 9ti90 SiOSFIco Beaver Ci,e. .It-cauily triumetl with fl f ylC eiecauuv iriuilii braid, bpecia! l lirlce... 4f irJ 12.18 BoautUul i-.usli Collarette. Thibet. and Marteiftrluiialng."Our spec.al price $8.98 Children's and Misses' Jackets. Wchavean extra fine line or them, for azes from 4. lo 1L Latest stjles and materials, bpecial prices. S1.98. S2.25. $3.00. I KING'S The Largest and Completest nillinery and Cloak House in Washington, 812-814 rth St. 7 15 Market Space. ::::: :::: cd to the 1'iflj-fifth Congress, or to any other office iu the gift of me iicoplc. "Must encouraging rejKirts are being rc celcd by me trurii oil oer the country xt gareitn;; itie iil;iii Hint is teing luati fur our principles. and I feel sure that if jou conliuue in this good viork, after the elec tion uestiall linn t'Ut feevc-kcted ivho are oliposed to the true 1 meres U. of our coun try. "Whea your btate legislatures convene do not fail to do all m your power to pre enl the election to the United Mates Sin ate of tho-e opiioseel to our platform. The eeordo of United Mates Stujtr cm our uuc?tuins are nov Ik-ui compiled la this olficc, and ill liefurnislicil iuit onappllca tinu to tlie supreme secretary. "In conclusion, I ure uion you, lefore jou decide in what manner jou will can jour ballot in Nm ember, to remember jour obligations as mciuLers of the American l'rotectHe Association, arid let nothing, uoteeen what may now .ipin-ar lo be jour personal Interests, induce jou to violate t these obligations. LnletS we constantly striee to make cur priniiples our first con sideration, irrespective of other iiuestions, we cannot hope to achieve that permanent success on which the welfare of ourcour Iry so larj-lj ciepetuU Khowhil; as I do jour devotion to tlie prmciple-sof treordr. 1 feci, in leaving the matter in jour bands, thai jou will not do anj thing to Injure the cause we have so earnestly espoused. "Now. therefore, the final issue i en tirely icitli jou. Acquit jourselns like men anil fight for the nglit.for it Is might aud wilt prevail "Attest: "JOHN VTAMOCK KCnoi.S, "5-upreme l'residi . ".T W TALMER, fcupremeSecretarj." (Seal.) ixscir to oi:x. hawi.ey. Clinlriunn of u Iti-iubliciiii Meeting Whs TTiipardmmhly ltude. Hartford, Conn., Oct 21. In reference to the Insult offered Gen JosophK Hawlej-, at the IJon I'ark meeting. New Vorfc, We-dncsday evening.ljen Hawley las.tnigtit said "I regret exceedingly that the press have given So much attention to an un pleasant incident iu evllcb I wasinvclteel in a Republican meeting at Lion I'ark Hall. "The facts are so garl led by the lies of Abraham Oruber, the chairman of the meeting, that I am conipe'lleel to tell the story. I bad tpoken aLout fifteen minutes, win n U ruber le-ane-el toward me anil roughlj said "Sou have Just twenty minutes left. 1 1 was greatly surprised and hurt, but men tally selected certatn trpics to close wun In a few minutes (JruLer said: Tou have only five minutes.' I Irougut my remarks to a close, and told Gritl.cr I would never come among such people again. "Grubcr was grossly insulting. Mr. E. A-; Sumner, whohadlnviteil me to the meet ing, callecl the next morning to express his re-grcts and disc nss.anil said that Mr. Depew fully agreed with him. 1'or the first time In my life I was brutally insulted in a meetiuc of ray own party." HOYAL. IILOOU IN HIS VKINS. Dentil of n 3Inn "Wlio Cbilliu'd a KliiK As Ills FutliiT. Chicago. Oct. 21.A special from St. I'aul, Minn., says: John C. Miller, county auihior, died at Fargo, N. 1) . jestcruay nfternoon of pneumonia and Brlglit's ells ease, after a sl.ort Illness. The death of Mr. Miller revives an oft-rt-pcated story that he was a natural son of the deceased King of Sweden. The story is given general crcilejiev at Fargo, and the deceased Is said to have often discussed the matter with his iuti matefriends. He came totheUiiitcilBtai-t---wben quite young and was highly celucated. He had a distinguished appearance, and was a well known leader In Scandinavian circles. MANGLED 1IY 3IACI1INK11Y. Grose? Kmuih HoccIvch Injuries From Wllion Ho Will Die. PllUburs, Pa., Oct. 21.-Grogo Etans. twenty-one jcnrsold. was horribly mangled by the machinery In Carroll-Porter Tank Company's manufactory jestcrday. Evans' hand caught in a cog wheel wiucli ho was repairing. This threw him upon the belt ot a twenty five-foot fly wheel, around which he whirled several times and was fo - (o) WrST 'OW:- " f Suits and Skirts. .193 Fizuird Brilllan liiie .Skirts, cut and. maelo in latest Pall style. Our special price. $1.69 IU8 Novelty SkltU. all colors black, brown, green, etc: a good value at lonuor price. AO ylll Our special price.. fM l"fU IM Black Sergo t-ults, xuiir stjle. full ripple back, latest Jt QQ special price.. vyTaevU Millinery: fl Fodora Hata. latest sbape. favorite colors. .Special price SI and 3I.2 Felt Hats, all tbo latest style and sliapcs. bpecial prices fcc and 48c 75c leclal Sale ot Wirgi, Flower, K1I boui.. Tips of all culum. Velvets aud of tn mined and uutrliuaied Ilats. Kverjtlitns lias nu attractive price to it today. Waists and Belts. StlUUShephcrd's Plaid VaUt, made Nurfo'lc frtle. plrau finUbcd wjtb small bilk but-in- AllcbecWs. Itec ular Si35 ralue. Will 1 7Q Coat 9la 9 rCobb) Pelts. In a varletv of styles 1 a(d eded with leatber la r c o buckle. Jtejrular 25c ralae. Our price I2ic PALACE. :::::: ::::: DIED. BOWMAN-On Saturdav. October 2l. at 11:20 a in.. Newton II. Bowman.in the fortieth year or his age. Funeral notice In morning paper. IYEi:-0n October 22. 1SH6. Jewpli Ell ljer,.iced eighteen J ear", four mouths and 21 dajs. ii j- dear son I love so well. Has wiped Ins hands from his dally labor; He bids this world good bje; He is safe in the arms of Itoil; His place is vacant in our home. Which never can be filled. Funeral Sunday. October 25. from Third Kiptist Church, corner of Firth and Q streets northwest, at 3 o'clock. Item KEINHUHG-On Saturday. October 24. lbOti.nt 12 50 a nu. Nonnan.1 Keinburg, third son of Louis arid Arsira V Keinburg Funeral notice hereafter Item ENMS-bepartcd this life In jieace Iri d.iy morning, Clclotier 2.1. la'.t;. ut r. o'clock, Jolin r. Ennis, at the reside nee of his sister. Mrs. John F. Kills. Funeral services at it. Patrick's Chure.'i Snndav aflemoon, October 23. at 2-:tu o'clock. Friends and acquaintances in vited to attend oc24-2t HALL- Died Saturdaj", Oc tobcr 24, 1S0G, C S HJeorge) Hall, in Hie thirt-seconil jear of his age. Iieloved husband of Jane Hall. Funeral sen ices at his late re-sidence. 24 IU F street northwest, at 2 p in.. Mon day, October 2li, ltilu Friends Imilcil. MA It HI ED. TAYLOP.-DE ML'Nli On October lf. at bt. UregorW Church, llaltum.re. M1.. by the Rev. Father Ce.rngan, Miss Ella lie Mund it Washington. I. C. and A. I" lajlor of Salt Lake Citj'.Utah. then thrown info the toiler room adjoin Ing. Almost etcrj- bone In Evans" body wan broken and not a shreel of clothing was left on his body He- wasremoedto the Homeopathic Hos pital, but rancot recover. Ilaptlit I)W lnlty ScIhhiI .Not Indiir-i-d. Crlisina. Ill , Oct. 21. After a warm de bate, lasting four hours, at tlic.cloMnsi.es ion of the Illinois Ikiptist Association, yes terda J , on th e report of the committ ee- on ed ucation, the section indorsing the divinity school of the University ot Chicago was de feated by a oteof 72 to 22. Many of the cicrgjiucn, espe-eially from the central and southern parts of the SState, strongly op posed this section, Urging lhat the the ology of PresUent W. It. Harper, ot the Chicago institution, is not sound. IiiHUrnnire; Atre-nt Airvlou-s to Dip. Augusta, Ga., Oct. 24. W. Wesley lien oet, agent for the Travelers' Accidenr. Insurance Cumiuny, w us found on the river bank jestcrday arternoou with his tliro.it and wrist cut. He had been Ijing thera islnee Thursday afternoon. He died last nlgut. Iroop'. IrZl I'enna. Aveioe. r Sommer Pianos m at $250. Jut foar of them! Superb instrument- with roaznlflecnt tone of udusujI ricbue and i twer. 1 licse flno U riiht GrantHare TeJaced fr quick sale to tlie reuiarkly low price of S 50 for cash, or. if pre terred. $10 down acd S3 per month. bommcr Uprislt Grands In walnut, luahoauy and Circa tlan walnut cac fait "J.3 octaves fall Iran 1 late ill Im provements 3 pedals with prac t co pedal Boston fall board and coutinncns music desk Cuver, Stool and Book free with cacU instrument. eV3 fes ix m. E. F. DROOP and Sons, Stcinway Piano W'areroocu, 92s Penna. Ave.