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.SSSrapTK $-- sy"v-'3- ST2Sij'Kfy5!5jv553r - - S?P553!:slS5"59msS THE aiOHynSTG- TIMES. "WEDKESDAT, SEPTEMBER 18, 1895. ir- fpr-wJ& Lansburgh " WX. 11 W The Atlanta Exposition Will Attract a Great Throng of Humanity. Do you contemplate go ing? "Yes?" Then you want at least a gown or two. We particularly in vite an inspection of the latest fabrics suitable for traveling wear-the cor rect style's the kinds that give satisfaction in wear and are in effect very aristocratic. About price? Well, we'll promise to quote as low, or a little less, than You've been in the habit of paying. Look These Over. 52-Inch Covert, In mixtures of gray, sreen and brown. 33c Yard. 52-Inch Navy Blue Surah Serge. 39c Yard. An exquisite line of Glace and Porslan Suitings, In all the Autumn colors. 39c Yard. 52-Inch Navy Chevlotlne Cheviot and Storm Serges, all wool. 50c Yard. Now Figured Mohair, In two toned effects. Brown, navy and green are the predominat ing colors. 40 Inches wide. 50c Yard. Vlgoureux Suiting, In beau tiful mixtures of brown, gray, blue and green, 46 Inches wide. 75c Yard. Of courscsouknow thatwc carry the biggest arictj of Dress Goods in the District so jon can como and feci suro to be suited then, too, it is a great satisfaction to know that all ths accessories arc. here ever thing to complete -our dress. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St SPECIAL THIS WEEK AT GROGAN'S. "Wc have cut the prices on four of the finest Bedroom Suites in stock never a chance like this before. BEDROOM SUITES. One magnificent Solid Oa Suite, headboard G-feetC-luches high exquisitely carvo d heavy French plate bevel mir ror In dresser. Reduced this (Tnt week from $135 to. 4 JU One very heavy Choval Suite olaboratoly carved oval mir ror In dresser 5 feet 3 laches deep, S3 Inches wide It educed (f i nn this week frum $150 to,......... 4IUU Ouo very elaboratcOak Suite elegantly carved immense I attorn plato mirror In drosscr. r a n r Reduced thlsiTcot from tiO) to $ 00 One very beautiful Choval Enlto richly carved hand some pattern plate mirror In dresser. Worth S175. This f nr kcc 4I Z0 Tay when you please weekly or monthly no notes no interest. All Carpet made and laid free of cost no charge for waste in matching figures. GROGAN'S Mammoth Credit House 619-821-823 7t& SL N. W. Between H and I Sts. UNDERTAKE IIS. J WILLIAM LC& CNDrHTAKF.R. ZX2 Inns7lTanlA arenue nortliiTost. Tiret clau ftorrlca, Itioa 2355 lyt-3ni3 DIED. TALnnUT WilliamTalbertpneoftheold WaEliinclonians, passed a way Sunday night about 10:30 p. m. Ono of tlip originals of Washington who son ed -with M.ijor Oen. Emmery during the wan also -with Gen. Campbel. who sun eyed tlie borders of the United States. He also served lour years wltli Capt. Campbel, the son of Gen. Campbel, all through Mexico. Hewasabody eervantforllinlsterlloward.ofKnKlaudilert the United States with him and travoled the foreign countries over with him. Now ho has returned to his natnc home and has Riven up the Hi Ins spirit and gone to his everlasting glory aboe. The funeral will take place from his resi dence, 1710 Twenty-first street, between It and S streets northwest. Friends are nil Invited to be present. BRANCH Amanda Branch, nee Crew, the beloed daughter of Mr. and Sirs. James Crow and the granddaughter or Mr. and Sirs. John Wallace, departed this lire in tlio twenty-fourth year of her age a"t 7.45, beptember 17, 1S95. funeral at the Third Baptist Church Thursday, at 2 o'clock. FricndB and relatives arc invited to attend. Would yon bcII niqrthlns? Try a fimes Want "AO." Timely Wm BETWEEN SEASON FASHIONS AS SHOWN IN SHOP WINDOWS Shaggy Cloths for Street Dresses, Nobby Hats, Capes and Jackets to Be Worn. HE woman who la slender is in luck this fall. Women who are not might as well go into a retreat until the fashions 'change. Most of the new wool Fluffs arc so thick and rough and shaggy Hint ono might tupposo that fasblonablo wo mankindwaeplanning a winter expedition in search of the North role. A nice, bis -white liear, sailing about on an Ice floe, could change his coat for sonio of the fuzzy things now In the market, and not suffer at all, bo far as any body can see. To look into a shop windowor to sit down before a counter heaped high with the new things, means a surfeit of rich browns and blazing reds and living greens, woen loose and tufted to keep out the cold, dar- A Hut for ingly plalded in great blocks, to satisfy the growing delight In strong color. It. means cheviots witli curled surfaces and' colored cloths that look like astrakhan, and Robin Hood serges, with dark red or peacock line checks on brown, and speckled cloths In green and brown, loosely woven cloths, with loops standing up here and there black on sky blue, brown on red or gray. It means flecked cloths with white thrown on brown, or scarlet on black, or speckled goods in blue and gray, or anything that is rich nnd warm and suggests the turning of the Ieacs. Among now dresses recently made for the between season's period is one of light creamy brown rergc. Its tight-fitting bodice Is made with a coat effect otr the hips and is held at the hips with a gilt First Tilings belt to match the enormouB gilt buttons that hold tho boxplnit down 'the front. There are deep square rovers covered with gold and red embroidery and a short vest piece ot cream while velvet. The very largo sleeves are finished at the elbow with a band of white velvet, dotted with gilt buttons. A coarse, brown straw hat trimmed with white velvet and golden rod completes a very chic costume. Another dress ordered on this side of the water by one of Lord Dunraven's daugh tersit is unbelievable but true Is of mixed tweed in crimson nnd dark green. It has an immensely full skirt that but tons on the hips with brownish gold quartz buttons, the twinkle and the sparkle of the metal coming out very eU rcctlvcly Tho samo buttons are used to fasten the tight fitting bodice, which Is double-breasted and which, has wide-cut coat revers. A tailor frock for Miss Gertrude Van derbilt Is checked with crimson and dull blue. The skirt Is full and plain, fastened ' ysf t1 with bluish mother or-pearl buttons at the sides. The bodice Is round-wnlstcd, finished with a blue ribbon bilt, and worn with a long double cape, buttoned down the front and giving (lie effect of a coat until one catches a glimpse ot its bright plaid lining. A dress for Mrs. Iselin to wear when she leaves the Defender to inhabit onccmorethe solid, laud is of dull blue camel's hair. The full skirt has seams strapped with black, and thecloicbodicchns a boaof sable fur thrown loosely about the shoulders and tucked under the belt after the fashion of bretelles. A pretty little nctress took me with her to see some hats at a private opening jcdterday, There had been some dis agreement about the costumes designed for the part she Is to take In a new play, mid sbc was looking the city over for things better suited to her ideas. She bought a piquant round bonnet of grass green velvet, with an odd calabash crown. This crown was kilted and about the face was a flower ruche ot deep pink marsh mallows It wns an odd and effective bit of headgear for an ingenue, and Incident ally, while admiring it, I noticed that ribbons are very bioad and hats iry large and oertrlmmed. The biggest hat I saw, and one which was pill forward as likely to play a part in setting the autumn fashions, had a pleated brim of gray Dres den ribbon vaguely flowered with pink. turning Jownward from the edge to make the hat jet wider. The trimming was of black wings, standing erect, and mixed without rhyme or reason and yet not without beauty of effect, with black flow ers. JIIss Helen Brlce came In from New port a few days ago and ordered a large October. hat of dark-green velvet, the brim ot which was bordered with a fringe of black ostrich feathers. The crown was high and peaked, but Its shape was dis guised somewhat by big, upstanding black ribbon bows. Another interesting hat for fall wear Is a black Panama straw with a thick ruche of black ribbon set garland fash ion about the crown. A bunch of quills stands erect on one side, while beneath the brim at the back is a huge bunch of pink marsh roses. A between seasons bonnet, ordered by one ot the autumn brides. Is a ralnuto affair of the Breton shape, with a skull cap for the basis, on which Is laid a superstructure ot microscopic frilU of black, accordion plaited chiffon. At each sido is a monsjer In Fnrm rosette of black velvet, and erect above all Is a bunch of iridescent feathers fastened with a clasp of diamonds. A good many ot the newest bonnets ar made of green silk cord stitched row upon row and trimmed with velvet pansies. Evening bonnets are shown ot close-set flowers" without leaves, clasped with diamond buckles behind and with white or black wings standing up plquantly. Mrs. George Gould has a French concert bonnet which seems to be made of nothing but almost invisible black chiffon rosettes, from which start boldly a couple of white wings. Fur nnd heavy laco show on all the out door garments. Fur September and October jackets naturally push themselves well to the front of the grand stand. Ono for Miss Consuelo Vanderblltis green cloth with just a hint ot cream. The fronts i?f the jacket roll away easily with an edge ot sable to show just a bint of the white serge blouse at the waist line. The collar Is cut into points and edged with sable, and both collar and fronts are faced with cream colored silk, embroidered with gold. The best ot the new copes reach to tho waist-line only and are Just moderately full. Volvet'ls the usual material with feather bands for' trimmings. For light wraps, before the cold weathor sets in, tho fitted collars of ostrich bands, coming In a point to the waist, back aud front, and adjusted very deftly to the figure, are as fashionable as anything at the moment, but promise to become too popular to stay so. r till circular seul capes, with ipaulettc.-, and collar trimmed with sable talis; close-fitting seal Jackets, with large bishop sleeves and with epaulettes, cuffs and pelcrlno front of sable; collars of Russian sable with Bablo tails, square shoulder capes of seal, with sable tails for trimmings, seal capes ril An Autumn Hrldo's Traveling T)rcs. cut In- folds to show pink brocade linings arc among the noveltlci they show at the fur stores. The golt cape is notBo long as it used to be, but it is far more elaborate. It Is not often now that jou see last season's cus tom followed a plain cloth with a brillant lining. Tho newer capes are all plaid, bright blocks of double faced material, outside and in. Tartan cloths are lined with tartan silks and have dark viivet straps and collars. T- COL.OUKD CIIICISTIAXS. Wnslitiuiton District Conference to Hi-Kin Iln Sets Ions To-morrow. The District conference of the Wash ington District of the Washington Confer erne of the A. M. E. Church will convene at 9 o'llock tomorrow in the Asbury M. E. Ctiurih. The louference will be composed of the traveling and local preachers, Uieexhortcrs, the District stewards, the Bunday-schoot superintendents, the presidents of the Ep vortli League Chapters, and class leaders from nil tit the ihurches which comprise the Wai-lilngton district. Rev. W. 11. Brooks is the presiding elder of the District, and will preside over the deliberations of the lonference. The delegates will be welcomed to the illy and church by Rev. D. W. Hays, pastor iif Asbury Church. The address of welcome on behalf of the church will be responded to by the Rev. J. J. Cecil, of St,AIary's, Md. The morning and afternoon sessions will be devoted to the appointment of corrmilt tces, the hearing of reports, and addresses. In the evening the Annual sermon will be preaihed by Rev. "Thomas ir. Brooks, of Poolsvllle, Md. The session 'ot, Friday morning will be nicupied by the reports of the cxhortcrs, the class leaders and the District stewjAlS aud the delivery of iddrcsses. At the evening session Rev. G. D. Jnhn Viu and Joshua Barnes will tell ot the 'Treadling Demanded' by the Age." Reports truni the presidents of the Ep wortu League chapters will be read on Saturday, aud ttio "several lommlttccs, -s-IIl submit their Reports. On Saturday the llting clergymen" will be assigned to the different iltypulpit-s and will preach. STEVENS COMl'LUTED 1IIS TIP. Army Officer Kudft Ills 0,000-Mlle lllcycle Tour. New York, Sept. 17. First Lieut. G. W. Stevens, of the First Artillery, U. S . A., stationed at Fort Hamilton, arrived In New York last evening from a bicycle tour ordered by Major General Miles, and this morning reported at headquartrrs on Gov ernor Island. The lieutenant, who has ridden about 9,000 miles during thepresent year, started out on September 2 to ascertain the condi tion ot certain roads for bicycle messen gers, and the moving ot troops In case of Inability to use the railroads. Ills trip took InPhlladclphia, Wilmington, Washington, Sloan t .Vermin and a portion ot the roads out toward the Shenandoah val ley, in all covering about 800 miles. He was on the road only ten days of tho time, two days of ths time having bein spent In Philadelphia, one in Wilmington, and two In Washington. Between here and Philadelphia the roads were in excellent condition. Beyond Wil mington they were very pour, ne trav eled 218 miles coming from Washington, taking two days, thirty hours -it which were on the road and twenty-three hours on the wheel, the smen hours in whiili he was not on the wheel being taken for meals or In walking where the roads were too heavy for riding. SILVEH MEf SEEK TJNITT. Vnrlons Orsnnlzatlon Sleet to Effect ,n Consolidation. Chicago, Sept. 17. The leaders of the various free silver movements were In ses sion at the Auditorium to-day endeavoring to a gree upon some plan o f uin ty of purpose and action. Thereare a dozen different organizations of the bimetallic forces and three of na tional character UieUlmetnlltc League, the Bimetallic Union, and the National Silver Committee, originating with the Memphis conventionr Judge Miller, of the latter organization, nnd Its president, presided at the conference. Star Social Club's Banqaet. The 8tar Social Club, -of East Wash ington, gave their annual banquet Mon day evening at the residence of Mr. George Boyd, No. 711 Thirteenth street south east. Music, dancing and games were the features of the evening. Among those present were Misses Bertha Woodard, Cattle Callahan, Loretta Callahan, Lottie Little, Bertie Taylor, VIrgie Swope, Ella Tinstine, Mamie Austin, Nettle Cooper, Ida Awkard, Moggie Austin, Fannie Sum mers", Lula Little, 'Messrs. W. radgett, William Boyd, J. Pyles, Richard C. Lang. ley, H. Bucte, C. Goodale, George Boyd, George Johnson, F. Cooksey, F- Padgett, A. Font, H. Sears, C Hockct, R. Curry, R. Jones, E. Paxsod, B. Dement, J. Smith and Bernard Dement. Mr. Rich ird Interested the club with, a fancy dance and Miss Ella Vlnstlne gave a solo. Have you rooms to 'rent? A Times "Want "Ad" will flu tUem promptly. IN CAMP AT FOREST GLEN Mesdames Manning and Buhrman to Ohap8ron axParty of Fifteen. Dr. Samuel C. BaseyV Iteturn to the City Mr. Ilurrlet'Iialxton Back From Hook Enon Springs. A party of about fifteen young people, chaperoned by Mrs. Manning und Mrs. Buhr man, -will leave to morrow to go Into camp at Forest Glen. They will rough It for two weeks. Mr.Lamasure.thewatercolorartlst, will be ono of the party and will make jketches of groupings nnd the surrounding scenery. Mr. John L. Waggaman'and Mr. Seymour McLcod aro back In their batlielors' quarters on R street. The Spanish minister, St nor Dupuy de Lome, who spent last week in the city, left on Sunday for the North. The Italian ambassador arrived In Wash ington yesterday from Lenox. During his stay in the city ho will be at No. 1637 I street. In the course ot a few days Baron Fava will rilurn to Lenox and remain there with his wife for the autumn season. Mrs. Francis J. O'Neill has been spend ingaf ew days inNcw Yorkwithber husband, who went tl.cre n week or ten days ago since to recuperate after his serious ill ness. Mrs. O'Neill will return to the city before accompanying her husband on his travils for the winter. Lieut, and Mrs. Chnuncey Thomas are at the Beale Farm, near College Park, Md., whlchpropertytlioy recently purchased. Dr. S. S. Adams, after a visit to Norfolk, has returned to the city. Mrs. Adams will not return to Washington until some time in October. Ex-Representative aud Mrs. O'Neill have had as their guests at their summer home at Tiverton, near Newport, during the sea son Mrs. Frank P. Burke and Master Frank Burke. During tho summer they visited withthcirgnestsseveraloftheleadingNortti era resorts. Mrs.andMlssBessioO'IIarchaYereturnefl to the city from a stay at Newport and yjoston. Mrs. nnrrlet Ralston has returned from Rock Enon Springs, where she went to recuperate from her illness. Mrs. Ralston Is at present with tier son, Mr. J. II. Ralslou, at Hyattsvlllo. Dr. Samuel C. Buscy has returned to the city, nccompanled by his nieces, the Misses Burnughs, who have spent the season at Narragansctt. Dr. Busey has entirely recovered from the effects ot his severe accident of last winter. Mr. J. G. Ford, of the British embassy, who has been accredited to Constantinople, will start in a few dajs for his new post ot duty. The Secretary of tho Interior has re turned to the city from his recent visit to Georgia. Dr. nnd Mrs. S. F. Nash have taken apartments for tho winter at the Port land. They will occupy them after the 1st of October. Mrs. Nash has returned to the city from Bcena Vista and New York city. Mrs. Burton Harrison has decided not tospend the autumn nt Bar narbor, as was at one time anticipated. She has leased her cottasc, tho Sea Urchins, to Mr. Henry II. Whitney, of Boston, for the autumn. Mr. Lo Ghalt, the Belgian minister, will spend the autumn at Newport, where be was one of the guests at Mrs. William Astor's farewell dinner a -week since. Count Vinci, of the Italian embassy. Is now at Lenox, where he will spend the autumn. The Marquis dc Montaglarlo, also of the Italian embassy, will spend the autumn with him at Lenox. The Duke of Marlborough, during his stay at Lenox, is to be tho guest of Mrs. William Douglas Sloane, who will give a dinner und dance in honor of her titled guest. The duke's Idea in going to Lenox is to att2nd the golf tournament. Tho Italian aniiMi-sJbnr and Baroness Fava have leased ll-e Peters cottage at Lenox for the out-mii M-ason. Hon. William C. Whitney, after a business visit of several days in St. Louis, is ex. pected to return to Mossley HalL Bar Harbor, for the autumn. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sanderson have sent out cards for the marriage of their daughter Viola to Mr. Charles E. Hoover, Wednes day evening, October 2, at 8 o'clock. Trinity M. E. Church. A reception will follow at the future home of the bridal touple. No. 1613 Marlon -street north west, from 8:30 to 10.30. Advices received at the British lega tion yesterday were to the effect that Sir Julian Pauncefole, the British ambassador, sailed from England for New York on Saturday lost on the Campania, and is due nt New York on Saturday next. He will probably not go to Canada, as expected, but will go to Nowport for a few days before coming to Washington. Lady Paunccfoto and her daughters will not sail tor this country until early in November. Attorney General Harmon, Secretary Her Jert, and Secretary Smith left Washington at 10:40 o'clock last night In the private car West Virginia for Chattanooga, to be present at the opening of the Chlckamauga National Fark. Mr. J. S. Cohen, private secretary to Secretary Smith, accompanied tho party, which will arrive at Chattanooga at 8 p. m. to-day. Would you sell anything? Try a Times Want "Ad." i FeS 1 Badly ITo-clayf We ask this i repeatedly, because sedans 5 i follow trISIng ailments. 2 diseases often li you are weak ani a generally exhausted, S nervous, have no 5 appetite and can't Z work, begin at once S talcing trie most re- S liable strengthening a medicine, which is S Brown's Iron Bitters. 5 Benefit copes from S the very first dose. Z 'IT CURES H Dyspcpsi. KlbNEY ND LlVEIt 9 neuroicia, Tnousics. 10 Gi constipation, Impurc Blood, 9 O Malaria. Ncnyous aii.ki.nts, g Womcn'8 CoupiAiriTS. S Get only the enulri-it tiis crossed red J 5j lines on the wrapper. g 2 BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, ME. g iSB9B8iieiaeKiii95ai9a M I Brown's ilron Bitters At tub BON UAKCJUl Box Reefer Suits are very swell we show them in blue and black "serges and a few in novelty cloths. These suits are made with flap pockets notch collar large sleeves very full skirts , upper backs all are lined throughout. They cost you .95 Bon Marclie, 314 and 316 7th St ADVEKTISEfG FOR HATTLESII1TS. DldsforDotli Armored ii iidTJnnrmored to Be Submitted. Advertisements will be given out to-day for the two battleships. Bids will be re ceived November30. The time for thecom plction of the work is limited to three years. In the advertisement the contractors will be requested to bid for the ships with and without armor, the Secretary not having made up bis mind as to the value of the suggestion made by Chief Constructor Hich born and combattcd by Captaiu Sampson, Chief of the Ordnance Uureau. Constructor Hlcbborn in a report to the Secretary some days ago contended that it would be conducive both to economy and better work to have the vessels bullt-under contract and turned over under full armor. Captain Sampson holds to a contrary view, but Inasmuch as his report was only given to the Secretary yesterday Its con tents have not been made public. ACCUSES HIS PAHTNEH. Mr. Hartley Ai,kn to DlsoleIll- HusI ni'ss Holut Ions With H.O. Eil inonst on. William B. Hartley, a member of the firm of R. O. Edmpnstun i Co , grocers, at the corner of Eighth and D streets northwest, has brought suit against his partner, ilr. Edmonston, for a dissolution of the partnership, the appointment of a receiver and an accounting of the receipts and disbursements of the firm. The petitioner also nsked fur an Injunc tion against Mr. Edmijnston preventing him from disposing of any more of the firm's property. Judge Bradley made the defendant's answer returnable Septem ber 23. Mr. nartley stated that he has discovered that Mr. Edmonston has applied much of the partnership money to his own use and lias failed to allow the complainant to ex amine the firm books. DEMANDED JTJHY TItrAI... Asliburn Give-?. Bond to Appear on tho Gambling Charge. Addison O. Ashburn, wbff was arrested last night by Scrgt, Schilling, ot the First precinct, for running a gambling house, asked for a jury trial before Judge Kimball yesterday and left $300 bonds for his appearance. Ashburn is the proprietor ot tho Ashburn Buffet, at No. C06 Thirteenth street north west. The police bad been watching the place for a Inrg time, and concluded to aiake a raid at the first opportunity. Monday night proved tho proper time, and m sj, w w IS &t mS-i $9 John Sudden's I Mill - if'! Our Business Is Increasing steadily every day, -without any other cause than low prices and good goods. We offer no special catches flashy goods made to sell cheap everything we sell you may rely upon for durability. Our prices arc all low as low as we can make them in justice to ourselves our credit system is easj- on the pur chaser and fair to us. We believe in honesty in business and our increasing trade shows that it pays. JOHN RUDDEN, Your Houso Outfitter. 513 Seventh Street N. W. il Jlj ?ly Your Money's Worth is what you certainly get when you subscribe for the Morning, Even ing and Sunday Times at 50 cents for the three editions. The Times is the lowest priced newspaper in the world. Are you with it? SUiK MID SKYtl Satin Brocade and Plain Satin Skirts are the season's promise in style. We are prepared to show them in several designs Skirts are extra wide four godets in the back flaring on sides stiffened and lined with percaline and wide vel vet facings. THE $12 ONES ARE - $7.98 THE 14 ONES ARE - 9.48 THE 17 ONES ARE - 12,23 TO INDUCE EARLY PURCHASES. CLARK'S, 734-736 7th Street NW. f f f t FRESH EGGS that you can depend on are always to be found at our stores just fresh from the country. EMRICH BEEF CO. Mala Martet-i:05-13K S2d Strest N. W Trlophons 317. L'ranch .Mariats 1713 11th 8L nw; SOxS Kth st nt; Sth and it ets nw; 3057 31 St. nw; 31&1 &ad K sts. nw; 213 Irt Ate. nw; 1th sua I sts, nir; 4ta sod I su. nir; Juth st. and l'a. Aro mn ISO. st and N- Y. Atc sir. Absolutely Painless Dentistry. uccess attends oTerr o.nclo or ration perform. The rawn is our skill, experi ence, facilities and atscluiely painless methods give ns tho power tc irork rap idly, k&cvlnclT antl -without paining oar patients. Onr charges are remark ablr reasonable. Painless Extraction, 50o- EVANS DENTAL PARLORS, 1217 Penn. Avenue N. "W. G& tf- i f You've heard of the ? HARDMAN I PIANO Y as long as you can remember yon to en is in me dcsx nonses in the land you've heard It praUed, but you neTer heard a derogatory remark about It, eren from rlTal fmannlactnrera. no seu uaro maai 9 U-Iiluuu HUSIG HALL fi llardisan. Kimball, Krcll, and J Whitney Pianos. A lllO F St. N. W. armed with a raid -warrant and assisted by one whci uad entree to the place, t be officers pushed in and arrested, besides trie pro prietor, Hugh 11. Asbbara, Leon Rutb and Richard O' Conner, and lucked tSera up as United States witnesses. The police teized a qnanuty of chips and money and other saniblins effects. Asnbarn attempted to preTent the officers entrance and also throw away some ot the coin, bat was frustrated in each instance. TheTJnlted States witnesses "were released on their personal bonds. 0r1rg 55-S- B ffiUiSH&3S3&..-u. Htia3agfeag4 r "t.t5t-i3'"'r'tek rt & ?fa '?--.-Q &3k?jt .w. .''sV-S- "-5.