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THE EVENING TIMES, WASHINGT& MONDAY, APRIL (6 19o6.
IRISH LANGBRS' An American at Ladysmitli Writes of Ilis Experience. Tlie MiicIi-TJteiiNoI "IMsr-MieUtiiK" Kplnode nt ninmlMlnnKti' No Quar ter Mm mii to the UurcliiTN in the Kiulil H-r Trcnclit'rj CntiKCil the llritiNh to Mnkc n Cruel lleprlHiil. :; :: Fi : :: -- -:- -- : :::: :::s::: :: ::: :: :: :: :-:: :. :: Pulley Belt Rings, 21c a Pair. 9 XEW YORK. April 10 The central fig ure in the famous "pis sticking" incident, in which iiftv Boers fell before a squad of the Fifth Roval Irish Lancers, at Elands laagte, on October 21. who was reported killed after he had skewered together with his lance two of the euemj fleeing on one horse, was Herbert Thompson, a natle of Cleoland, Ohio, and he is alive and well Ais father, J V Thompson an English man, is a merchant now of this citj. and doing business both in New York and Lon don. Yebterdat Jie receied a letter from his xon, da'eo at Ladjbmitb, March 9. which, as will be been from a cdpj printed here with, full corroborateb the newt, or the Klaixlelaapto affair. Curiously enough, while aniouslj -awaiting proof as to his son'b fate. Mr Thomp sen recognized his smooth-shaven race and gigantic figure in three published war pr unes drawn bj artists at the front arl In December. Melton Prior's 'pig sti king ' sketch in the 'London Illustrated News tHfomiod him that Herbeit figured promi bckUj in that dramatic episode That pi -lure having been lCprinted o ten in this country is familiar to man who have followed the course of the Trim aal wai It shows the Lancers riding througn the part of surprised and supplKvuing Doers and annihilating them with th lr ghcstlv weapons In the centre of the squad of Lancers is oho notable for his great stfze and his ap pearance of carrjmg all before him the young Englishman who thrust his t-teel shaft through two or the Trantvaal war riors at one impulse, ripping the life out of both Mr Thoniison at once recog'iized this figure as his Herbert While doubtful whether or not to beliee the repwt of hi death after this evplolt, he saw him iepreU4 in another picture, attired onlv in hirt and trouper fharp OHing his sword at a rHttdstotie and in still another coloring Bib wabbard to match the dull tint of his khaki uniform The unique pmnalitj of Hcibert Thompson together with his mastve Cg uie, seems to hae prevented hib being swallowed up in the rank and file like other common soldiers, and caused him to compete succe&sfullj with the officer as material for the artist's pencil Following is hts. letter, with Us iefer ece to the ElawMaagtc affair lr lther-l iwil iw !" tu.iiU. ni it irhi lt tw ke e-wnUioed I thank " It wmM .HJ-ti 1ir l nint i ' ser the eee nt ldtih 1 will l.vr t ut to frt I- ' 1V' rth ,h,nK , ",' v is tlMt h- bm fl f7 'l tb I!hts am1 lh-'l hwJ t 11 ii ( Jfce tit h! ih1 Uwm Tliex tmA revert! H iwc-li euw i H.inn i k f which tlirowe a wttteti five pound -1h ' lml it i- pnMHg vvjwt little hrm thev realK .Hd Of vhhuc the have knwk.-d the town lwi ( jtid seine t ih IwiMtwc look veri Mk ltiderd I-rinr t tmx bewiv bj Bullet t acl Won 1iK on bMM 4 ll " l"ld right ks of rt.il hH oin KHi jor dw-tu and a owner f a wmi f Vin It w ri tnmg l-i4T in the treiioho jll I ...Jj .J all wit. f wwiIJh hi U t I JMiO , Civ is) is) . ' The Wonder of the Age $7.50 Baking Dish, $2.85. flKm-Vf TRW 88 ismBm. r m - COD viF - co) &52tvL mazz&Msr&irm ' i M!WHfe& -maMBMBmte mw (O) -ST. W TVS-la irWii mf ' JF li" ,il ikFi 'I . li &l 7 to) v.vvfflA ii i ' i iw Mm n r,'1!1 .r" 4z.rT r . fr 5T ceo wi "Triirnwmmr nn M najTT iHi L w- ;j&ri lffliWli co) mayi 'kSHiir Sterling Silver Pnlley Belt Rinp-ttra -Jnt seamless sterling sih.r tubing. Itepular ?1 kind. W e jii.iianUt . . Jf.pn worth double those advertised about town-pive you ami -"- .. - l rnt Ml ,-.,. I thn utr'.llll OI 1MI11I11U if that s not a iaer. J.ue " i,u.u iv " . fmt TirtViinr the belt tight. You can't say that for the others, two in bright silver one French grey silver. Three styles : $4.00 Bread Trays for $1.35 T,mtvles "imianteed quadruple plate of the bet qiinlity. .-.. 1,7 in aiiv ia ith the cheap department store kind. Theeai e warranted twenty ears. Hetter can't be bought. Easter Friendship Hearts, Best Quadruple Plate. T V 1J1 and 1 . Another sj)ecial welcome SOU llliHK' Hi nil' umrJM nin" rim. AbMilutelj guaianteed. The biggest opportunity to eery houM'kfeper in Washington. ihif Suitable for liuddiiiirs. tnsteis WaMiington ever knew Baking Dihc in four of the best styles out this sea ben itrc. Mtule in ftiur pieces M-pmale diMi and 21c ' : for an i'HTifit:illr for u SterliiiK silver ilad Easter special. hand carwd. An dainty a little gift as you'll find. I'm them ou the new bangle briuelet-. EXGKAVIN; FKEE. We lune been lequested by hundreds of our pations to con tinue the (SKEAT DIAMOND SALE after the loth. We -lieteh a point to do so. One week moie to buy Diamonds at a saung of 45 per cent 20 pei cent otr our plain tignic pii.es. whith are aheady 2."i per cent less than any other jewelers'. ifts hcie Pieces- licit Hiu-kles -Desk Sets. &c. TTntwiii.flv. of i1:iint little Easter it i. !,..,.. rSiriiiKtti Cases Manii-iiie ' mi mites raniring fiom 27, per tent lo .10 per rent le- than any one else will ask you. You know s.ne ou money on anything in as well as we do that we can Jewell ou ran want. CASTELBERG'S, 935 Pa. Ave. Established 1845. 1. . . M4it amtU-r iwila. in lOMT NKHIIIf n -lair tlf Bw- mA Own grand a' tA on LuihitMlli I wll ik-t lrpt n a 1 mc a. 1 Xw. ll foarful tliHlj-n hour m tlif (iwkh. miiiMc H ho titiK- and liavitw to hcht like wi- Bm in B d lhcx n," "ur .iKUai. onl to rwp- h(iMiot. iid h Kwl liwin piaiw h f tjnw hr "r 4t4. Wt iOWtH tlK-Jll l0kll IN ftKk MlT ' Jtlllr. Iiuwir. hut i 'hat cn a tal tncl crivfln awl Half their JwttNMT o Hnttfh M)Mi( i, were ewwch lor he" and i-mind IH De-fM i IlHHth ltat ttae klttd a lot ii 9Hi lioer iHlowc. and it a citjl jnh fr ut WrTHK w id I llfnl tot W5 w met! mi one hte httc and Iwc rtroNt: 1 hi. 1 Mt that tr wert iki prtc to K Sir 6fle White tfUi.-lid oW Man) ram' mwi4 atl the ttenchoR lim it ver and it a vfefct that -tinwl im tvMrt 1 e lum jail's mi the momtwff lar4Kpd. sttt the lam i-emta;; Hown m torrents, ttiankm; . Jr rtoitic mm 4vHi t r -oNtr aii the Jm-en. and tall MS h all the Wrave hhh In vonht think f t, the How n'1 intended cominp into riinm I a iwwrti. fatonrte tnek of IImMw I , to" haw Milfoil fw aNrtHOaueei. In feet IhQ hMl tTthat lar. awl it tol. ir ofiieer a 3K tJme to ttod thrN. tint 1ii thej 4A ' - n4 toW a. M. w. iwHWKl mt of the imM-ho and mw4 tbe two WMKK, wid I an ?rW ' ' H1 ,nwe two anH.wlni haw rrtNTNd home to thr haws. On owe Boer I toninxl twen three hao W haw ni bad one jrlmim rharfre at thtm Mtd that a ai i:UwtMaa1e. lwie w qjadron sot iii m thei. and 1 ea anie o that the tenet m a c mtin It a there 1 hc hv fiM Mood Two Hoers eie tleamp out mi enc huri-e and I t-Wvered thew twgether and to-t inv hrnee. 1 eoM liot ttl it ont- HoweT tt i.ord did ior the remainder of the emiagfiiieMt and we had the )4eawre of -taiw; tkst wht NNder Boei nTO(- on a Hoei jKiMtioii ami 1 cmi are xm that the thrtt eer tor on--Qet re rf from the hottoni rf Iohhui Ntktfce heart MaMinr to heat from von iotl I lemam tour iiw-::::::: ::::::::::-':::::::::::: tuch a earning i.articulaiixins the shame ful Practice of Hnns from ambu anccs On the da berore Elangslaagte the blood of tht men as alrtad at the boil r Point oer the an.hll.zcd 1 met hod, , of That eri ij " - fire frcn Maxims " the noer I m.eii ui - ,or!,tp Then, for fiC u..w.. -- ...,. il,. massacre oi picht-ts i"- on, 111 KlirltT Fiomoihei lvtters dated at rietermantz tiwiK. d Ht irtlier pomts on General White's tonte to l.adimith before the ar rival at EiandhlaaKte Mr Thomp'-on RdiM light of the pig '.tiekmc;" atTair whieh coninres him that his eon and his companions of C tquad Hoyal Irish Lan eors. had ample provocation for their act "It is the onlj time so fai said Mr riiomp-ou that mo men nae oeen De Aond the control of their officers These Lancets aip picked men vou know Thej re jiroiid of the record of their organiza tien Ou it6 standard .tre the names of Blenheim Ramllies Oudenarde. Malpla qnet, and Suakim for the Fifth Lancers is more than three hundred Near old "Mj son joined them five tears? ago. go ing to India with t Mjuad where he saw active -eriot tinder General White I wanted to make a busmen man of him but his inclination was e,o entirelv toward the armv foi which hib strength health athletic habif coolness and courage well nt him that 1 had to vield So when we wore in London fi ears ago he secured the prise of a place in this regiment "I know that ho mut have felt the strongest pontile provocation foi his part in the O-ugBlaaKte afTaii for though the i-tHbboriiOBt of fightois he is sober quiet Niid Jow to anger "You note his reference to the Boer prac tiue of operating Maxim guns Trom ambu lance wajwte tn letters from Pietermaritz burg he mtsittoned this He told of the JeriiMe hatted the Boers bore the British and of their constant acts of ueacherj There wero.manv of these acts during the march to Ladv smith The men were constants warned bj the oflUers to be on the watch Gcrrrfi White himself issued ISave k Labels and write for list of premiums -aeoffrr freeJor them. HIRE Rootbeer xBJX The fctvoritc thej climax came evening . , i .., In the thick fog seven of the PKheta &uddenl found thmeniselvcs in a i Boer camp Intend of being Mmpl captured and held as pnsoners thej were OrediW onlv one escaping To cap the climaA It was learned from some of the officers in the morning that the Maxim fire of the da.v bcfoie had come from ambulance wagons Then thete was no restraining C squad six of whose number had been shot down ,n cold blood the night befoie. Defying all mithont j thej swept down upon the Boer pait and annihilated them with their lances ' RENEWING AN OLD FEUD. HuoiilitifH in ii Wont Mristnlii liir rot llrnik Out .fro.li. MARTlNSBi'BG. W Va pril tfi-n old familv feud which has been existing for some time, broke out afresh on Fndaj night when G Milton Lamon attacked hi" nephew J Milton Lamon, a son of his biother. John Lamon of Bunker Hill this countv Tho father.and son have cot been on speaking terms with G Milton Lamon for years. Recentlj the nephew erected signs on his farm warning persons ot to tre-paas- This act seems to have enraged the uncle who parsed over the land fro qtientl.v so on Fridaj night he waited for his nephew, a joung man of about twentj' j ears, whom he had seen go to Bunker Hill before dark. "When the boj passed on his waj home his uncle emerged from a ience ....u.. struck him in the face with his fist, then nicked up a large htone. beating him over the head and face with it The joung man was not phjsicallj strong enough to nieet the attack of his uncle ablj battered up SUICIDE OF A FARMER. '.nil A noMioinlciit HiiKfrflcmn Mini II ix Life. HAGERSTOWN Md . April lt James Newcomer committed suicide bv hanging himself in the harness house of his barn, on the old George Shaffer farm, two miles southeast of W'illiamsport He was fortj three jears old and laves a widow and eight children, the voungest of whom is oDly ten das d and the eldest twelve j ears Ill-health and grief over the loss of a child bj diphtheria last fall caused him to become despondent He aroe from bed about 3 o clock in the morning He spoke to his wife in a ,nel ancholv strain about all his affairs and ex pressed the belief that thej would all soon come to want s a matter of fact it is caid he did not owe a dollar to anjone and was' considered a verj thriftv well-to-do farmer Hi wife tried to cheer him About C o clock he went to the Mm to feed the live stock Xot returning for breakfast his wife sent her son. twelve tears old to look for him me doj iouuu him hanging to the end of a rope He was a Virginian bt birth. dead NOT CUBE-ALLS. I belie e there is a remedy for every disease. I have 57 different cures tor Science will some time discover the others. MUN-YON. He was consider- He had a warrant sworn ouC charging his uncle with attempt to I rffcfM sllments, kill. The uncie was " ""- ,i ' ' . . -w-iv. r Vo men are well to this CHJ U"i" ' lul- '" " known thioughout the countj. TRAPPING MANY MUSKRATS. -larjliniUor Han I'lirclinHtMl ?tO. OOO AortIi of Skin. CAMBRIDGE, Md.. pnl 16 Jesse Wall, of Bispitch, Dorchester countj-, has han dled nearlv 30 000 muskrat and other skins during the season which closed April 1. These represent a value of ?10,000 and give but a meagre idea of the amount of monej realized from the ratting business each j ear Ratters saj that the supplj is all but Inexhaustible: that the animal will grow big enough for market in four months. Besides the handsome sum gotten from the skins, the medt of the muskrat is said to be very juicj and supplies food for manj families hv ing in the marsh districts, be sides being sold in large quantities in the townb and villages ot tne coumj. uuc trappei has caught o.SOO rats tiuring tne season, another 1,100. Seiiiiil Scorchoil Ii Fire. VEXriELD, Pa , April 1C John Dunn may die of burns received in sear bins a blazing building for his babj daughter ves tenlav. Dunn lived at a boarding house near Prav's sawmill. The hou nirht fire and the fainer and james OLMAN TEAM .AUNDRY. ORNER 6TH AND C STS. 'Vonr laundry, ir. Entrust lis irli our next )iiik;ic of laun dry, that w nia piactically il luliato our niodfin uiclhod. V' call inoiupth on receipt of postal card or "phone 1557 Havenner s Glosmg-ou Still Further Reductions. f 3iP AW hate made teirihY 1 SALE. Kut.i pair of Shoe li.ne onl handled tin- hne-t leading shoe fadoiies of the dui-fion duiinjr this CLOSrXti Ol'T in tin house mut Ik saorih'eed. Wq shoes strictly hijrh grade from the country. Never was such an oppor- tuuitv offeied t( socme fnu FDOTWEAK so cheap. MEN'S FINE Lace and Congress SHOES, worth 1 to SV $1.95 MEN'S FINE Iace and Congress SHOES worth $4 awl $3. LADIES' BOOTS and Oxfords in Tan and Black. worth $17', to $100 $1.00 1 LDIES BOOTS fine iei Kid lae and button worth $2.30 $1 and 51 1 2" INDIES BOOTS 0t) ery high grade tnd stvlish worth $4 and $" $2.35 $1.95 AN OXFORD MAN'S DISTRESS. Appeal of nn Kmsllnli lnUrrlt l.rnUiintc for (hnrlti. NEW YORK April 16-mong the ap plicants foi public shelter who were lined up in front of Superintendent Blair of the Outdoor Poor, jesterdaj morning was a tall, distinguished-looking man, who beemed ill at ease with his surroundings no -,- eteelnswes. and although his BOYS AS TRAIN WRECKERS. A outlifal ItocU DeireiiorutoH Pine1 on the Trnok. NEW HA.VEN, Conn , April 16 If these bovs of fourteen had been professional imin wreckers, bent upon plunder, they could not have planned a more dangerous obstruction than thej placed on the tracks nd if previous attempts in the waj of rolling stones on the track had not caus- HAVENNER'S 928 F St. (Atlantic Building.) Shoe Shop, i II. AMnn n Ka ntnimnofl fit fVld 3 nn f ,..,., ,,.. u 1 .., .,nr .ind tear ' eu a pom-emuu w.. . , coming ei.i, - ; " - ,t 1& ,lke, that ,,le b0JS woul,l have sue of time. It was ot gooo quumj t ... .- . Prof Muiijon doi not believe in anv 'cure alN," lie hat nouc, none ever cisted, none ever ii t .. l.n.. n ilun i Im ic i firm ltplipter th.lt tlnre is a fpctitit rcmelj for oen dirafc, and i Questioned bj the supenntenaent regard lm ius nou 57 ilintrtiil remeuirs lor ui uinrrcnt tame his turn to make the usual leijuest the man boned deferentiallj to Mr Blair and shifted uneasil ' The fact is I am a victim of peculiar circumstances," he said. "Mv name is William Wakefield Haugh ton, and I am of an aristocratic English famil " Mr Blair, accustomed as heiis to strange stories of hardship and bligWd hopes, tonk nn immeilmte interest In the man ceeded in accomplishing their aims "While William F Brashing and Aaron Powers were arrested in the act of build ing an obstruction, it is believed that there are others in the gang and mom ar rests are liltely to follow. The bojs chose a dark t.pot under the viaduct at Kimber le Aenue. Thev iirst rolled a huge bowlder between the tracks and then spik ed planks to the ties. "What are jou young fiends doing that for" demanded Policeman Gallagher, when he arrested the pair I Just for the fun of seeing a train run The off the track and get smashed.' said the j bovs "We wanted to ee a ,eal wrecK The bos told of others who have been engaged in attempts at tram-wrecking with them CRAP GAME CAUSES DEATH. I,cr Heroine np;r. lieu Ifiineil IJ fi fomriiiiiioii. L'NIO.NTOWN Pa prll 16. -Whea lite companions jolli?d' him about l-Jwiasr la a crap game a eolored man deHfcenMoly shot to death one ot his termenter-. Jo seph Butler also a aegro, tast atafet sad fled before offie r co'd b stmnwMA The Burned to Dentil. CHARLESTON. W Va pril 16 nei Pat ne. colored was at his home esterda morning alone, and about 4 o'clock the buildiDK was . i -, .A onfi nc t unx it raall 2..- .;.-- .VM'.;M.rt hefnr.. a..l could ' Washington The alleged murderer amo !.. h ,,.n ttns .lestroved the . a few weeks ago from Roanoke man's" bedj. or that part which remained, Ing was one of the most de'iberale over was found: ' perpetrated in th s coun'y bam- knptiAil trt ilAilth He lived niurcier iook place at wiriwn '-we Works, near here The victim arrived here yesterday 'rem erer came The ki'I- ai'mcnt Mill one ot nu ciire is ianeieti uei what it i, ju-t wlnt it will do His Illirumatisin Cure will cure Hhtuinatiiin all forms of it. in eluding Iumlugo and bcutica, but it will NOT cure Iiic-ia, but ln Ih "peia Cine WILL Cure IVtspep u, Indipestion, and ,nv t-tomacli trouble airing iro'ii am disarranpement of the tligCBtne on-aiu nd this runb all through his list of remedies each is a positive cure foi a i.tcial dit e-e. and the directions upon it are -o clear, 'o simple, so plain, that all who are tick can doctor themselves and be Mire tliet are receiving the proper treatment. Tlib fe-ituie ha made Prof Munvon's 11' medics, the mot iopuljr before the public But if jou nre in doubt, and think jou rcallv mav need the advice of a pluficun. jou should call upon Munjon'b Hoc tors at No 623 Tlurteeiitli st. nvv Here one ilfld- medital advice for the a'king There i no charge, and a competent corps of the mont tvpenenced phvcians is ever read between the hours of 9 a m ind 6 p m on week davs, and 12 to 2 p m sundavs, to answer the. public' need. 1Inn oil's IT7 Ilemeilie eneli cinc cure lire for snle nt clruprsists' mostlj' 115 ecnts encli. If vou Into RheurnatiMn, trv MuiijonN Rlieu matifin Cure; if jou hive a Cold, trv ln Cold Cuie. if vou have I)w)epia, trv his I)jptiftia rcof ' Ciire, if jou have anj Kidnej trouble, trj his rr-nc hidrev Cure Munvon has a specific remeelj for , caught lire ana ine i.nm """ --- n1mf r.rr, diicac: mottlv 25 cents at anv ' Thomas rushed upstairs bv different routes , , Morc Mll,0I1'g inhaler cures Catarrh, mi, liic Vilctnrt Hnilphtnll Sail! "I am a man of college training and of good birth. 1 was reared inEngland in luurj . t "Upon completing m education at 0 ford I began to shift for mjself For lea sons which I do not care to give in detail here. I left England and roimed about the world I have had adventures bv the score M relatives live in London and are in affluent circumstances " Haughton told his storj in a low, well modulated voice, and seemed humiliated at being compelled to ask for charitj. He said that he regularly received remit tances from home, but that of late the monej had gone astray, leaving him in dire want. He said that he had reached this city a few davs ago from Panama. "You are a versatile talker. How man languages doou speak'" aked Mr. Blair. Haughton said that he could read, write, and speak five languages. Mr. Blair told him that they needed such a man as he to act .as interpreter in the citv lodeine house, at Twenty-third Street and First Avenue. He was taken to the lodging house. 2?4H&31v H AB then after the infant. Thomas found tne ntt e one and rescued her. Dunn did not know of this and kept up the earch until he was so badlj scorched thrt he cannot live. Tl e herald of iciv and iiKasiire-IIeurichV Mer nn awl Sraiate Ueers. 'l'hoi.e fiW, Arlington Uot tlin; Ctfe lar a u&s. mir Grippe, Mrnnnhitv ccmpletr), ?1.00 v.c. Pnce (with all inediciiies Mimj oii'h Doctor Are Prce, cu:. TiunTncvrH stiicet . v. 0 a. la. to C p m Week l)s; 12 to 2 p. Sunday. 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Rook oil Blood and Skin Diseases sent to any desiring it. Address Switt Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. S. S S. iS THE IDEAL TONIC AMD BLOOD PURIFIER FOR OLD PEOPLE.