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THE atOIOTINGr TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1895.
WMfrSES bm 8K Fauci Elovimtb. Stroot fclorage Warehouses 22d st. near M. Have lis clean and renew your Inco curtains for on. Wo use a process of ourwn tliatsa wiijnor. Glnd to tejrl you about It lu an Inter low. White Enamel and Brass Beds and -Enameled Furni ture are fast reaching the height of their popularity the3T'll reach it this fall and retain it. Everything indi cates that and we've laid in a stock to meet the demand that'll follow. Nothing neater or pret tier and its inexpensive, too. White Enameled Iron BRD-?, with brass tri nmltigs, 3 feet rWu, S foot G incut, 4 feet, or 4 feet G inches Choice of any eiae, worth frail $G, to ir9, for.. Wmho haameled CHIFFON -JEllb. with G diauors and cup board, od French bevol plato rrrflr, cast brass trh.uumgs, g)8 value, for S4.5S $13.00 $10.75 Wblt Itnaraelod CHIFFON JUKs,chi as above, 'without mirror, Sl&value. for White Enameled UK! bfcEU WAbHM AXI), with bovej ilato nrfrror Htt..boU, $12 M value, fer-... Wfctt Enamaied U'ASll STAM), value, for Wirtte Kuane!e4 DKEbKR, 2 AeUmfe, each vrth 4 drawers b.n targe fMUcybped French $9.00 $5.75 $17.00 (bevelea nlate rokror. 5 Si raise, for I wut le impress my store and y lwwe ou your wind indelibly WHEREVER there is a present to be purchased a gift to be made a ring to foe reset silver to be bought for the table then Is when I believe it pays to consult me, 1 HAVE facilities that enable me to get anything I may not have in stock at the shortest notic e at the shortest price. IF I can serve you once, I believe I can serve you al vsrays. CUSTOMERS are never importuned to buy. C. H. DAVISON, Jeweler, 1 1 05 F ST. N. W. If the Siemens-Lungren Gas Lamp only saved the gas it would be worth more than 25c a month the cost of renting it per month. But it sheds a beautiful v.hite light and is abso lutely safe. 25c a month rental. Gt Appttaaee Exchange, I4S3N Y Ave You will never know how cool tou can make your home or office until you have substituted electric light for gas and put in an electric fan. As a power electric ity is unequaled. Let us turn on the current. 'Phone It. "Paited 'tale Electric Lighting Co, 2IS 14Ut st, il w 1 in iiib mm m i nil iiiiiii 11 1 WE HAVE MOVED ""'"' II I mJJTJULinJin i-ji our iirst-class stock of Paints, Oils, and Stains to 1S04 7th St nw., near S street. Our old friends and cus tomers we know vill still deal with us, but we want lots of new ones. Call or 1 drop a postal. We eruaran- g tee satisfaction. A loUNc. & CO.. ISO! Seventh st nw flSSSStiBSSBsmi I The Dirt 4 & We most ? I ra - carefully re- gjS-. Ninove from i' I T.rtllT llllrtn J""' ii"'-" be fore we starch or iron it. We employ n o injurious chemicals. Our work is done conscientiously and thoroughly. Try us. Tolman Steam Laundry, 6th and C Sts. N. W. Tou can't help being pleosod with the XMIINTING tto'11 do for you. A trial la con Tinting. McCILL & WALLACE, Printers? HOT r Street X. W. "Hello." 1531 m 1 fiJ . itJI s rm. ir 1 'ilif i HUNT FOR EMPTY BOTTLES Detective Flinders Created Great Excitement in Anacostia. A German Woman Threatened Him With Two Bulldogs, but Finding: III in Uiimo ed ,Slio Gu o Up. Detective riinders. of the Bottlers' As- I soclatioii. furnished enough material jes terdti Tor Anacostia gossip for many dajs to come 0er fntj lnmilies In the suburb wore objectb ol Ids investigation, and as many persons just est aped a polite roun trial bi-cause of their lirst ol reuse in re taining empty beer bottles belonging to local -wholesale dealers and Washington bottlers He went to many homes and asked for empl liter bottles, and told ol the law governing the case In home there was no resistance The people Mere only too anxious, to get rid ol the much tooled Tor bottles, but oilier objulul Tlieio was one amusing experience A well Known German ladj, whose family Is fond of the amlvr fluid and Mho resides on Monroe btreet. Mas among the hrst ap proaches bj Detective Flinders and Lennie Anderson, representing George II Gray, a local dealer "When the oiilci il arrived he went to the reardoor, and there, standing In the middle or the kite hen, her arms akimbo, sleeves rolled up, and compla ceiitl -viewing a do7eti bottle's or bright red atsup. was the German lady Each bottle had lieen secured sealed, and a Miiile ol satisfaction beamed on her f.ice Her surprise was great when she learned Flinders' mission "ell. J dell jou I v ill bring dose bottles down to Aleester Graj tnjseif It -v III be all right." bhc argued "No. madam." was the replj, "I am sorrj. but jui will have Ui emptj jour catsup out and gi e me the twines Her indigniUon was groat ' Mcln Gotl in liimmel. it vvas-von groat big wrong Ion git mil dls blace I have biei bull dog Ga nit." sheeoutlniied Utit the detective persisted and per Minded, and linall the daughter or I lie kaiser's land look down a big dishpan and the catsup was implied Willi a warning against a repetition he darted awa with the illrtj bottle-. His ucvt visit was to the home of an Anacot-iia ill tin li member, who partook 01 beer to build up his constitution In the cellar or the house among the spiders and the mail about a 1 .ill eluen tmttl.s were discovered, and on! too glad was the ladv to get rid 01 the evidence of guilt "You would be surprised at the number of thoM lijpo ril-s" said one of the raid nig part laM night. ' but I can t gie a a hiihiiietui mi r 1 " A negro living in Hillsdale plaved host to the sleuth, who dtsc-ovcreil a little black pie ka ninny bucking milk from one bottle, another was doing ilutv a a candle Mick and one war, on Ui liable idled with moiaw-es 'I lie w ere all taken 111 tihtodv U11 on Harrison Mreet 8eiral families cellars w ere uitered with gnat micciss, w hile front W.ixhnigton street over rirtj bol ties were secured lu tl e lashioiiable Quarter, as the section lK.i!inlt bv oraut tre't. ilonrot stret taud rrankliu street is called. o"Vir lour dozen were obtaitiMl at one plact Hj the tune the light waeou carryltur tbepart got back on Monroe strce-t it wa. pottetl ai.d Uie sniaR los loriiMstl a irocion to e.e the fun lite Hople on the street caught on and last mgbt 11 w as the talk of the tow u 111 tkiuxi.'shi:vi:.vcb. Cihim. 1 he Arrest of UK Hcereant WlfuiHl the Mini In the Cne. llx l'nlieinan W, I 1 oiling, in compan; witli Itectiee Hanieau and Daniel lie leitl awl two male rriende, went to Mr Tim O'ljiry's houw. Xo 40 V btreet north west, last night and there caused the arrest of his wife and a oung man named LeKoe Scrilwir. whom lie found with her Th troi! in tlie Toiling houEehold was lH-ought to nolif- otue tune ago bj a com 4aint made at poh.-v heailquarterebv Mrs Tailing, who charged her huebaud with efaliitg $510 from her Mr. Toiling ex plained at the tune to a Time 6 reporter, that this charge was utierlj false The inonej bad b'cn raifed on her proiiertj aneL Uy liaii gone together to the bink to get tlt cafh He counted out the bills himself and placed Utemone inherjiocketbook Ik-coining Hitpicious later on iliati-acin-ieitddtowethenioiHjfort3eFupi,iuoran-ollerman,tie rolookiherollfrom lb'iK)Cket IkkiK, Hitting it in his own pocket He afterwards compromised w ith :ier jnd ga o back half of it The Msit to the r i trcet limise ast night was the retiilt of a lew dajs' u'aadowing of ScnbiKr and Mrs Toiling They bao been living there about t n da j s ae man and wife under the ranie of Scribner Mr O'Learj -was er .nuh .uiiioyetl at the occurrence, haing liad no suspicion whatever as to their right to do o "When the part explained the puliation to him he iiiuiH'dmteH oiR'iictl Ins door and showed the officers to Scnbner's room The man and -woman were found, tnd nluelantlj complied with the offieors' tl'allenge to oiKMi the door The were taken to the S1.XU1 iirecinct, where a charge of agrancj was plaeed agnlnsl both of them, Mr Tsehiing being the complainant m swi.vi)m:d iiy a fi.im-fi.amjieu. Two Siiinll Storokeeporr lu George tM n Gue Up Uiiod Money. Mercliants and otlicrs in this citj hae ben worLcd" during the past few dajs bj clei bogus che'ek crooks, w ho hdebuc ccsfullj iittred spuno'is papeT in a nurn bar of known cases; 1-nst evening the check w orkers were reinforced bj a cle er aiKl accomplished "flim flammer " Mra M n Mixtr, who keeps a fancy notion Btoro at No 1319 Thirtj second Street, and Mrs S F. Richards the pro prLef8 of n confectioner j 'toreatrourteenth and S Etreets, were ilctinis. A general alarm whb sent around to tbe different iwliee precincts last night, and 6eernl detectKes v. ere detailed to look out for t ha iawal Had b'i Novo Nearly Cut Off. William 8emley and Tobias Parker, two colund residents of Crow Hill, became engaged in a Iie! fight on N fctrect, be tween Korrth and Fifth Etree-tfc norths est, abivit S 30 o'clock last night , during which Parker drew a knife on Senilev and ripped him arroPS tie face, nearly cutting bis nose off The, injured man was taken m the polict ambulance to rrcedman's, where his wo.inds w ere dref senl Parker w as arrested by Poliwiiii'ii Trunibo and Reith and locked up in No 2 Malum, charged with aesault and battery Schilling Not the Angreor. In re-gard to the difficult j which occurred at the tempornrj soldiers' Immc on Mis souri aenue several nights ago between John Burns and Louis Schilling, two old soldiers, during which Burns was struct on the head witli a cane by .the latter. Major Fitzgerald, who is in charge of the home, staled last night that Schilling was not the aggressor in the trouble, and when he struck bib opponent it was under provo cation and not while Intoxicated. Grime-, Gien Ten Yenrs. (Special to The Times ) Frederick, Md., Sept. L William Cecil Grimes, whose father and wifcare residents of Washington, was sentenced to ten j ears in the "pen" to-day for passing bogus ehecks and purchasing horses and buggies wiUi the proceeds. PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. J. C Larnont, of the forecast di vision of the Weather Bureau, will leave here Tuesday for Atlanta, where he will assist in issuing the weather map during the great e-xposition. The President has recognized Edward August Peteron aa -vice consul or Sweden and Norway at this city. Attorney General ITarmon returned to the cits jesterdtty. He will go to his home In Cincinnati to-day or Friday and early in the coming week iWlll return here with his family. Hurry 1 Along If you want some. What's left of our summer stock is being distributed at 33 per cent discount from original marked prices and not a single ar ticle out of the entire stock's reserved not even the plain blue and black serges. Isn't the saving big enough to lay 'em aside 'til next sum mer? Which' 11 it be suit or pants? S COR. 7th ana E Sts. H. W. 3 No Branch Store in This Citv- PROVING DURRANT'S GUILT Witnesses in the Pacific Coast Murder Gase Called, Moriinel.'to-.lc'liiii Tells How Blanche laiiuoiit Met Her Death .Model of the Church. San Fraudsco, Cal, Sept 1 When the trial of Burraiit was resumed to-day hun drcdsstruggled to get adniUsion to the court room Theprosecutingattornev commenced the introduction of evidence to-daj The first witness was G G Noble the uncle of Blanche Lamont. He leMliied to her disappearance on April 3 and the finding ofherbodj InEiiimanuelChurchuii Vpnll4 The next witness vas Br J S Barrett, autopsj phvsitian at the morgue, who do se rib ed the aulopsj He baid death was due to asphyxiation On the left cheek were several marks made bv finger nails Asphyxiation vvas caused bj strangula tion He expressed the opinion th.it the finger marks on Blanche Lamoni's throat were made bv onl one person They were no solids and verv little liquids in her stomach, this statement Larrjing out the theorj that the girl was inuidered between -1 and 5 o' lock in the afternoon The discoloration of the girl's neck gave evidence of there having been a violent struggle. The police in the afternoon brought lo the court room a model of Cminanuel Church exact in everj detail, to be used ui the trial to illustrate the testimonv of the witnesses GEN TAUICEIfS riTNEHAL. I.urgoly Attended b.v Grimd Ai mj Men and l'ernonnl Fi lends. Bridgeport, Conn , Sept 1 The funeral of General El J S Parker wasronducted with unusual ceremonies at the Brown homestead in Fairfield this afternoon There vveremanv prominent professional and G. A II men in attendance Among them was Colonel T I) Grant, son of General U S Grant, an old comrade and trusted friend of the deceased The mother of General Parker, who is over ninety vears of age, had come clear rmtn the res ervation to attend the funeral On the casket rested the horns indicative or the high orrice of sachem which the de ceased held among his people, and a silk flag from Reno Post, G A R, of which the deceased was also a member Inter ment v as in Oaklaw n Cemeicry CHECH NOT GUILTY Trial Hoard Expected to Hecoiiiiiiend DlsiiilhsulofthoFt IvolousChargos The charge against Policeman George W Greer, of violating rule 40 of the manual, b giving police new b to the public through the press, was qulcklv disposed of b the police trial board ve-uenlav Thft ffssion was held at the Sixth pre cinct station Lfut Verneiii teslirieel and appeared anxious, it is said, to have the patrolman punished Prosecuting Attorney Pugh vv as not a w llllug w itiiess apparentlj , and did not blieve there was a goe.el casu against Greei The oflicer hmiFelf was not requiwd to mak"1 aFtatementashevvascIearlv innocent or the charge Th" he.iruu lasted oulv a short while and tho oflicerB comprising-the tnal board, it is understood, w ill recommend that the charge against Mr Greer be dismissed The news of the result of the Greer trial w as received at all thestationsw itli pleasure and tho officers w 're not Iiackward in say niir that the result was fair and just Th" oflicers who tendered the decision wore Capt Austin, presiding, and Lieuts Swindells and Hetfner. Flsrhtlnp: Near Santiago. Madrid, Sept 1 Advices received here from Havana confirm jesterdaj 's advices that the insurgents attacked a Spanish con vo under command of Gen Linares be tween Snntiago de Cuba and Vcnta Casa nova The fighting is said lo have lasted an hour The insurgents had seven killed, and the Spaniards had two officers and five soldiers killed and I went j -one w ounded Killed ii rellovv-Patlent. Indianapolis, Sept. 4 John Rlrhards, a patient at the Central Hospital for the In sane, caused to day the death of another patient named Donohue, of New Albany. Last Saturday as the patients w ere filing to their apartments, Richards stepped from the line, picked up a chair and struck Donohue, knocking him senseless. Ten Dnj-h' Trip to Niagara Falls. An early fall trip to Niagara Falls, Wat kins Glen, Mauch Chunk, Glen Onoko, Rochester and Geneva has been arranged via the Rojal Blue Line and the famous Lehigh Valley route A special express with Pullman Parlor Cars attached, in charge of an experienced tourist agent, 'will leave the B . O. station, Washington, Thursday, September 12th, 8:10 a ni., Baltimore, D 05 a ni , arriving at the Fatls 11 00 p. ni. Round trip tickets good ten days, $10. Is g" ail I sggggg FATHER AND SON GUILTY George and Fred Posey Sentenced to the Peniteniary. Two JurleH Havo Hut Little Trouble In Iteaclilnur a Verdict In Each Cao (Special to The Times ) Manassas. Va , Sept The Posey Loeless murder trial before Judge Lips comb was brought lo a close lo-daj. The jurj orjeolerdaj on the case of Tred Posey was called this morning after haing been locked up all night and reported haing decided on a erdlct of murder in the second degree, but at that time they were unable to decide on the length of Imprisonment and were sent back to the jurj room The case of Geoige Posey was then called and tried He was charged and indicted us an accessory to the crime lor which bio son had been tried Hon E E. .Meredith was his counsel also and Mr. Thornton appeared for the commonwealth. He Thornton endcuorcd to Miow Ihe jury the position occupied by George Posey as chief instigator and promoter of the killing, although he took no active part himself. But while a mafority of the people present believed him to be the one to blame in the affair, no direct evi dence could be brought to bear tu prove his guilt Warm debates from both bides followed the examination of the witnesses, whose U'btimonv was evm more conflicting and at variance with each other than that of jesterdaj, when the father positlyelj de nied the evidence or the son The case was given lj the Jurj after a speech of fifteen mtnuUs by Mr Thornton hile this second jury was out the first ji.rj returned, after being out twenty lioius in all. and fled the penaltv at teu v tirs in Ihc penitentiary HiJ counsel made the motion for a new trial About an hour alter the second jurj returned bringing a verdict against George Po5ev of murder in the seconil degree, he being accessor) In the crime, and fixing Ins penally at t iv e v ears In the penitentiary. HAS GONE JN'IO A TKANCE. Ihe Piedlctlon of n Fanatic in Sulli van Co.mty, l'a. Wilhainspori, Sept 1 The little town of Laporie, Sullivan Count, on the top of the Alkgheiiv mountains, along the line of the Willijiusport & North Branch Railroad, is experiencing a rare sensation A man mimed ("resiio has gone into a trance, and every effort thus far has tailed to revive hun.. Crcsno has been a resident of Liporte for eight jean, working for the Union Tanning Conipanv Where he came trom nc one knows, and nothing is known of his, life previous to the time that he arrived at Laporte. He spoke of himcelf verj Untie, and was a peculiar fellow i He w .is a good vv orkmanand wasalv ajs deeplj Interested in religious matters His spare timcdurln the past ear or more has been devoted' to a religious work he had purchased, autl some time ago he announced as his boiler thai Christ had not jet become a living per&qu, anei that he was destined to perform many miracles that are proptie Med in Hie Bible He also staled that on September 2, IS95. ho vvould go Into a traiice, and remain in that state for fort dajs and tort' nights Little attention w as paid to these remarks, bat jcslerdnv.'when those who had heard hun talk thus learned that he had actually gone into a trance, thej vv ere surprised, not to say alarmed The people at his boarding house, fearing lliat he was dead ordviug, sent lor two Laporte phsiuaiis, who said that Cresno was bv no means dead The d'd everything in their power to revive hun. bat failed Then two phvsiciaiis from Dushore were sent for The also pro noun ed the man in a trance The medicine usuall given persons while m that slate was administered, but to no av ail The four worked esterdaj and to-da, and have effected no change in Cresno's condition Except that he has not changed color, Creno is lo all appearances as dead as a door nail JOHN BURNS ATTACKED. Cliaijied With De.ei 1 1 up: Unemployed Labor i n t heTi tides' Congress. Cardiff, Sept 4 The Trades' Union Congress at to da s session approved the report of the parlianicntarj committee with an addendum akirg that parliament pass legislation providing for the pnjnient of union rates of wages to all woikers in the government depots During the debate on an amendment cen suring the parliamentary committee for failing to promote legislation in favor of socialism and land production, Belegate Salmon charged Jo'in Burns with de serting the ui'cniploved worker? and culti allng only those fources whieh would be bkel to ms ltt his re election to parliament Mr Burns replied that thcce ling state ments wereinepired bv blackleg journalists who had now been dismifbcd from the con gres" The amendment was rejc ct cd and the resolution favoring a general eight-hours' w orkingdaj w as parsed w ithanamendment excepting miners from its provisions HULL FIGH I'EKS SENTENCED. Mateadors and Picador, Pn- $15 for Ever Indictment Item Denver, Col Sept. 1 A special to the News from Colorado Spnugs, sas This afternoon Judge Harris fined the Mexicans who participated in the bull fight at Gillette. Senor Farela, Mexican consul, appeared for tho Mexicans, Marrerro, the niatea dor, w asarraigned on fourcounts andCarlos Garcia and Antonio Sentres, the picadors, had seven counts" against tlitin. The pleaded guilty and were fined 15 on each, count The will pa their fines and make no effort to make an in ternational question of their arrest. Th cases of the American managers of the affair havo not jvet been tried. A Men's Shoe-Sale Without an Equal. Hand-swod, Pntont Leather, Calf and Kangaroo fehoea, Lace and Congress. All kinds of toes. Mado by Hathhwny, Soulo & Harrlnston, btacoy, Adams & Co , and othor famous makers, for 23 pairs of Hand-sewed Rus sets, noedlo too Any size but 7 and 7tfj Wo close 'em out for SHOE PALACE; THE 434 9th St. N. W. S"No charge for nollshlns your shoes O Q SLR Jap. Rugs. Everybody is buy ing them. These prices make them almost as cheap as lcty Cell JJCL, VVlllll- iie v style and coloring- y they are most de- h sirable, and you get ? the biggest dollar's C worth you ever v bought. v Think of covering v a room with a fine y imitation of a Turkish Carpet for $8.40. Crowds are pick ing. Don't be the last picker. 3x6. Worlh$2.so. For $1.4.0 4-xy. Worth 4.00. For 2.20 6x0. Worth 7.50. For 4.20 9x12 Worth 15.00. For 8.40 If you are buying Carpets don't forget you can save from $5 to $25 on a room here. W. H. H0EKE, I li Carpets, rurnlturo, and Draperies, SS Cor. Pa. Ave. & 8th St. GHEAT GUNS FIHED AT IT. Novel 'lest of a Battleship ut Indian Head Grounds. The new battleship Iowa w 111 keep out the projectiles of the best twelve Inch guns afloat. That was the conclusion drawn estenlay from one of the most important tests ever made at the government proving ground at Indian Head. Since the equipment of modern battleships vv ilh heavv armor, there has been in certain epiarters, a question as to whether the frame work of ships so armored could resist the eruMung force of a blow from one of the big guns, even though the armor itself was capable of keeping the projectile out. Hitherto all tests of armor have been made- against unjielding wooden butts. Yesterday the United States, for the first time since the use of modern gun0 and nioeiern armor egban experiments to deter mine the actaal strain and injury to which a bittlcship would be subjected if f-truck by i projectile. tor that purpose a side armor plateoTthe battleship Iowa, now buildingjttheCramps ards in Philadelphia, was fitted upon an actual reproduction of a section of the ship Besides the test was to determine the feasibility of using a new armor bolt devised by the ordnance board to take Hie place of the long expensive bolts now ui.plocd The importance of the test was of such interest that hecretary Herbert himself went down the nv er to witness it and there were more than the usual number of officers fromtheOrdiianeeandCyiistructloiiBureaus MINNEAPOLIS IS AHEAD. Latest Census Gives Her 47,000 More St Paul, Sept 4 The warfare that has ben going on lwtween St Paul and Minnc apohs as to how man pople each has, ended last evening with the announcement of St Paul's population as 140,292. At the same time it was announced that eight wardsof Minneapolis had be en counted and that that cltv's total would slightly exceed 1SS.000 In five ears Mmneapo lis has added 2G.00O to her population and St Paul 7,000 There have been charges of falsification on both sides, but it Is believed that the census for both cities is nearer the truth than an, that has been taken in fifteen ears She 'tried a SUlrt Dance. Sarah Elizabeth Gassavvay, colored, about thirt five ears of age, who says she escaped from Tew ksb ir InsaneAsjlum in Bos tou about two weeks ago, created a great deal of excitement at the Capitol groiinas during the Marine Band concert yesterday afternoon b performing a skirt dance m front or the platform on vv hich the band plavs Xot being satsfued with the ground, however, she jumped upon the platlorm and was about to dance there vv hen the Capitol police took her iu charge. bhe appeared to be baelly demented and vv as taken to No 6 station, where she was charged with insanity. Fisherman Passed a Counter fc-tt. Lew is Cav anaugh , a fisherman from down the Potomac, came to this citj yesterday and proceeded lo Max Jacobs' store, in South Washington, to make some purchases He tendered Jacobs a $5 bill, which proved to be a counterfeit Policeman Robertson, of the Fourth precinct, was called arid placed Cav anaugh urder arrest He claims he was paid ofl down the liver just before starting for Washington, and received the bnd bill with his salar money The police believe him innocent of an criminal intent bevere Storm at Nashville. Nashville, Tcnn , Sept 1 V severe storm, with heav rain, visited McKcnzie, Ten n , this morning, which did considerable damage The Nashv Hie, Chattanooga and St Louis Railroad de pot was iIeinol.hed, except that pa rt used as a telegraph office The roof to the main building of the Southern Normal University was swept awa, and the stores of W II Sorter, Head 5. Sons, ICoenman & Lusky, and Scott & Bow den, were also unroofed English Athletes Arrlv o. New V'ork, Sept 1 On the steamer Auranla, of the Cunard Line, from Liver pool and Queenslown, which arrived this afternoon, were two athletic teams who have come to contest feir international honors with the teams of Yale College and New 1'ork Athletic Club. They are from the London Athletic Club and Cam bridge University. Assaulted Ills Hrot her-lu-Law . John r Clark, the South Washington saloonkeeper, was arrested last evening charged on a warrant with assaulting his brothcr-in law, John F Bradigan The paper was served by Policeman Curry, of No 4 Hamilton Horseand Colt Show .nnnitl ton, Til., Sept. 10 and 11, 1S05. For above occasion Southern Railway will sell on September 10 and 11 tickets rrom Washington to Hamilton and return ab one fare, good to rclurn until September 16 Rate, $1.10. Killed a Fellow -Workman. Pottaville, Pa , Sept. 4. Peter Yosavlsh, agedthlrty-oucjears.anilnerb occupation, wascommitedto prison hereto day, charged with Murderlug Michael Urban, a fellow workman. In Kline township, this county. CAN IDENTIFY PITEZEL Deep Scar on the Amputated Leg Conclusive Evidence. Nearly Cortuln Now That tho Phila delphia Grand Jury Will Find un Indictment. Philadelphia, Sept. 4 Another con ference on the Holmes case was neld be tween District Attorney Graham, As sistant District Attorney Barlow. D te-ct-ive Gcjcrand Coroner Mat tern o-duy. Dr Mallcrn made a report of the condition of the light leg which he amputated j ester day lrom B. F Pltezel's body, which was exhumed the second time it ;he American Mechanics' Cemetery. It is stated that there will be no diffi culty In identifying the leg by a !vn scar in the ilesh just below she I n-c joint. Coroner's Physician Sid'bo,ham. who has taken charge of Pltezel's skull and the am putated leg, made a similar report to the district attorney last night. Tho indictment against HolmfS has not ot been drawn up, but the district attor ne 's staff is working on the details of the case, and it is almost certain that thegrand Jurj will be called upon to consider evidence against the author of many crime a before itsadjournment at the end of the month. At any rate. It Is stated that there is no doubt that Holmes will be held for trial lu this city for Fltezel's murder. ATHLETICS IN ANACOSTIA. Two Lively Hotitis Took Place In a Hani. Two lively sparring bouts took place In Anacostia last night Admission to the scene of the fighting was had by cards or invitation, but at the Haines barn on Harri son fatreet. where the scrap was going on there was a good sized crowd. George II. Grayacteilasref.ree,andPolIcenianReagan, who was orf dutj. wag present to see that there was not too many knockouts. The Tun opened Willi a contest between Jim Buniry and William TaIor, both colored lu the first round Hunirj and ina opponent had to be separated because of their desire for each other's Mood, but the re newed the contest in a more orderly manner In Uie fourth round Tavlor was knocked down, but regainrd his feet and scored a knockdown on Bumry. The fifth round deodrd the (ontest, Tavlorgiving up the ficlit. cring he had enough The next tout was very lively, berng between two .. tared Hill-dale men, named John Coates and George Holly. It was with a sirent deal or appa rent animosity that these t wo put tied each other w ith theglov ea, and at the end of the third round it was decided it bet to call it a draw and settle wha t a ppea red to ba n uuiieiHltiK; realcrsip. The exhibition was under the auspices or the Anacostia Atliletu Club, and it is proposed to have such coDtest8at least once .i month Mr Maurice Haines is one of the niauagersof the club. ItACE HULES AGREED ON. How the Great Contest for the Cup Will Be Sailed. New York, Sept 4 The regatta com mittee of the New York Yacht Club unlay announced the programme of rules gov erning the America's cup races 1 he start w ill be made off Sandy Hook lightship, the preparatory signal being given at 10 DO a. m. and the starting signal at 11. Although the measurements of Defender .end Valkrie III will not be announced of ricially until Friday, and pcWoty not until Saturday, enough has been learned about the spars and hulls of the boats to make a reasonably correct estimate of the racing lengths or the j acuta and the time allowance given by the challenger. An estimate of measurements was .shown to Captain Sycamore to-day, and be said he thought they would prove to be very nearly correct. He thought that the al lowance would be about one minute as calculated. NEW CONTRACT LABOR ItULE. No Transfer of Forolcn Emplojesof American Firms Permissible. Solicitor Reeve, of the Treasury, has de cided that tlie transfer or an empkn e or a rirm doing business abroad to the American branch or the same Tirm, is a violation of the alien labor law. Tho case originated in Houston, Texas. A cotton firm doing business in Liveriiool established a branch of the same firm at Houston The firm transferred one of its clerks of the Liverpool office to Houston. He was denied admittance by theimmigran authoritips, but on the case being taken to the board of special examiners, the man was discharged as not having violated the law . The question was then referred to the law officer of the treasury with the result stated The man will lie ordered deported. This is tho first time the question has arisen and the decision will be a precedent in like cases. PROTECTION FOR SEAMEN. Trying to Stop Extortion of Money for Securing: Them Berths. The Navigation Bureau is endeavoring to stop the extortion of money from seamen for securing them berths on Ainvr.ran mer chant vessels b certain sailors boarding house keepers and middleman Instructions were issued esterday to United Stales shipping connm-dortors to examine seamen about to sign shipping ar ticles as to whether anv- money aas iten de manded from than directlv or indirectly or in the disguise of allotment, and to re port evidences r violation of the law to United States district attornevs for trse cution Tt-e aoase is oT long standing, but has been nearly eradicated in Great Britain, and it is lieheved that it can suppressed here. While nominally American stamen's wages are higher than he Briiu-h, their actual pav, through this M'se, s often lower than on foreign vessels Sultan Much Concerned. London, Sept 4 The Post will to morrow publish a dispatch from Con stantinople sajing that the demand of Great Britain. France and Russia that they be represented on the permanent .committee controllfng the execution of reforms in Armenia causes the sultan much concern He prefers to accept the original scheme of reforms proposed by the powers. Mr. Lasler a Delegate. Thomas Lasler, president or the Union Republican Club of this city, has been ap pointed b the club to represent the organ izaiion at the meeting or the Republican State League which will be held to-day atBinghamton.N Y" I'ost master General Speaks. Sheppardslown, W. Va , Sept 4 Post master General Wilson addressed a large audience to-day at the county fair at Morgan Grove near here. His subject was "The Farmer and the Tariff." Ex-CongresMiiun Dead. . Raleigh N. C, Sept. 1. Capt. A. H A: Williams, of Oxford, ex Congressman from tho Fifth Nbrt hCarolina district, died at Chase, Va , or Bnght's disease, at 8 o'clock to night. Fell From n Tear Tree. Horace V. Blsbee, -a printer, residing at Xo 113 G street northwest. Tell from a pear tree hi his lwick yard The calf or hla right leg caught upon the jagged end or a broken tree limb as he was making the rapid descent, ripping open the flesh in a terrible manner. The wound was tewed together by Dr. BaB IF ITS Fi A scare Crow, any hat wiL do no matter how antique, how shop-worn, how gen erally "out-of-date." Hats for Men here. Newest, Freshest, best the market af fords. DON'T BE A SCARE CROW. Cor. 7th and D. NATIONALS WERE HOT IN IT Washington Market Hoii36 Team Pounded Them All Over the Field. Only Flv a Innings IInj ed on Account or .Darkness Delay Occasioned by Quarrel About an Um plre. The Washington Market Houee teaea, ths crack colored ball-tossiag aggregation, met the Nationals, of East Wasbtagton, in a game at Capitol Park yesterday after noon, and after rive inaings of a go-na-you pkase exhibition they carried off the vic tory in a gallop, and left tins Bucktaglmin and Handiboe lovers disappointed aad dis heartened in the background The nine which represented the aterket House was one tbat could hardly have bees improved upon by amateur playeia Ttaa Nationals were not in ball-ptavtag; trim. and their team could have been easily walked over by almost any nine The 2a liouafe now ere far from what Uie Nationals w ere at the beginning of tbe season. Wolf, won pitched yesterday same, was a poor substitute for BuckingHam, and Luskey could not pretend t reader aa good support a Handiboe The Market House men got nu WoU'$ ball in tbe very first inning and pounded it bard aad in every direction, until they became tteed of running tbe baae Bulger fielded a pretty clever game for the East trasiuagimn nine, but be was easily excited aad test his bead several times. The remainiag por tion of the team fielded fairly, but that waa ail They were very unsuccessful with taeir stick vork, being at a great ! to oader stand tbe cannon ball that Pitcher PMi lips was continually tossing: ver tbe plate. Tbe Market Koo&e aggregation played superior ball and deserved tbe Tietmey There 'vas some delay in starttafr the game, and on account f both teams being dissatisfied with one of the umpires, mack time was lost while the game watt la pro gress At theend of the fifth inning it was so dark tbat the game had to be called. Tbe score Wash Mkt House AB R. H. PO.A.E- Nearton, 31 3 12 2 2 0 smith, ef 4 2 2 111 Phillip, p 4 2 3 9 3 0 Jefferaon.lb 3 3 2 S 1 Alkiitso.2b 1 0 0 0 r 0 Belters. s 3 1 1 3 2 Beveaux, c 4 1 2 6 1 Carter, rf 2 3 9 0 9 0 Wade, If 4 2 2 10 1 Totals 31 IS 14 15 1 6 Nationals AB. ft. H. PO.A E Campbeil.3b 4 0 0 111 Croiun. sS 3 2 1 10 0 Giadmou. If 1110 9 0 Quiglev. lb 3 114 0 2 Bofeer, 2b 3 10 2 3 3 LiU. rf and e 3 2 10 10 Hanlon. cr 2 0 12 0 1 Lusby. c 10 1110 Nuegent.rf andp 2 0 110 0 Woir, p and rf 2 0 2 0 10 Totals 24 7 912 7 7 'Atkinson. Betters, and Beveaax oak for not running Wash Mkt House 3 117 015 Nationals 114 107 Two base hits Litz. Newton 2, fteveaux. Three lwse hits Smith. Jefferson. Stolen bases Campbell. Bolger 2. Lita, Haatoo. Nuegent, Carter 2, Betters, Atkiacoa. Left on bases Nationals. 5: Market House, 4 Struck out By Phillips. 3 Baeon balls o f f Wolf. 6 ; off Phillips, o Passed balb Lusbv 2. Litz. Iveaux Umpires Struder, Stark, and Buckingham Time- 1 LH CAXDIDATEb WERE THERE. Nominees of tlie Democrutka Mute Ticket at tho Itockviile Fair. (Special to Tbe Times. Kockville. Md.. Sept Th attadas?e at tlie fair to-day wa very hvr. The grout event was the arrival of John E. Hurst. Democratic candidate for governor; Marion DeKalb Smith, candidate for comptroller, and Charles C Carutbera, candidate for attorney general. An informal reception was held and the pa rty was escorted all through the bulttHagb. To morrow Lloyd Lowndes, the Republican candidate for governor, will be present. Tbe most interesting features of the day were the races, which were as foNows. 2 .17 clas-. betting, purse, $150 J M smith's Ltla .2111 James Marrow's WVlmorelad 12 2 2 C Fahrney's Lucy R .... 3 dls J II smitn's WoudiBM .. 4dfe Tune 2 37 1-4. 2 J-t 1-2, 24 1-2, 2 .10 1 2. On the first tune in the first heat .Xasiow cut WoodmisCs w heel down 2 27 class, pacing, purse, $130 F Bradlev s Bells Frostburir.. .. 2 1 B. F Milltgan's Orra C. J. E Price's Lottie G.. J AV Lorenfs Daisy Bell . .. 1 dls "dls Time J 35 1-2. Z 40. Three-nua rter mile dash awl repeat; parse S100 E. Literbuck's Cloverdale 1. 3. 1; Ec key's Mefonso 2, 1, 2; Lloyd Cro Bel lagio 3. 2, 3; Alfred Kay's Judge Olds, 4 D Tune. 1 22, 1 22. 1 23. Three Quarters mile dash over five hurdles; purse S75. unfinished L. Frank Beverly 1, 2. E. H Tatfe Sentinel, 11 3. 1: M B. Shumate's Trumpeter, 2. 3; Eugene Payne's Donley injured; first heat, time 1 27. 1 27 Contest for hunters; taree trials; over hurdles, four feet; 150 pounds weigat; purse, $30 A C Marshall's Red Gaunt let first; MiFh Halloway's Corinto seooad, J. II Holloway's Duke and Widow not placed Similar to last, except weight at ISO; purse, $40 J H nalloway'e Winehester first, H. Parker"? Belmont secoud. and A C. Marshall's Kildarc tbird. Aliened Cruelty to a Horse. Williani T.Walker, a brickmaker. was ar rested last evening by Policeman Boyce on complaint of Humane Officer Riepllnger, who charges cruelty to a horse againsl 'Valker. Henry Franc & Son,