Newspaper Page Text
THE MOHNIISTG TIMES, jTjnTRSDAY, MAECH 11, 1897 PREDICTION COME TRUE. During The Pas! Three Weeks There Has Been in Wash ngton a Great Reduction In The Suffering) of Those Afflic'ed With Kidnay Ailments. Jstum- ltetttil Drng-rlM UtstiiiiateTlilN lteiluerloii ai Hluli ii Tlilrtx- Tlnee- Per Cent. Hiuu- 'pnramii Killing Pill Are Jbduu Ht-rnle "WorK. Tlic great mass of testimonials receixed in fax or of J)r Hohhs .Sparngus Kidne) Pills must, ah a matter r court-', be 1 1 eld sacrcdlx cotitiilonti.il, liul man of tin' cured patients from different sections of the countrv are anxious to haxe tlieii letters published for the behefil of others xxho me Mitfeiiug fiom kidney disease as thex did In the luce of the com lining exltlence that has tppearcd in these columns in fa .r of tins harmless, hut hlghlx efficient remedx, and the general publicity that lias heen gixen to the matter, it would appe-ir to tlie axenige person that anx one who was Mirfcimg from kidtiex dis ease wiild bx this time i.ii' taken ad x.intagof I)r Hohbs grand ditcoxcrx and thoroughlx proxen specitie. Huxxcxer, for the heuefil of those xvho null Mill doultt the cur.itixe poxx ers of Jr Hoi bs .-spni.igiit, Kidnex Pills xx e here xxith append to this article mm e convinc ing proof One f the Heist Knoxx n Men in Mich igan Indorse. Dr. Ilobbr sMiimiih Kidnex I'ill S..I Tll.' XVoiliLIke u Cliariii. A lept.rtei called on Col A T McRev Iiolds, of 325 Madison avenue, (.'rand Jtapids, and found a man ninety years of ape, lem.irkihlx xx ell preerxed, and in icplx to his question told the follo.x mg inteieMinp experience "I am ninety xeais . Id and ha.e lixed in the State of Michigan for -lxtx three years, holding mam political positions during tliat time I suppose I am one of the best kno'x n men in this Mate todax I haxe not kn xxn what it xxas to be sick 01 have u doctor until a xe.ir jpi last x inter, xvhen I xx.is taken xxith la guppe. xvhich, alter getting oxer the acute stju stilled in lax kidneys and bladder, causing me a gnat deal of pain and trouble ever since II x tet and ankles xx ere sxvollt n to txxice their normal sie I thought old age had a good deal to to xnti nix condition, and hid resigned mxself to remain a sufferer fi r the rest of nu life But I noticed x here the rexvspaper xxtre to list jr H Mis Sparagus Kidnex Tills, and think ing I x as a good subject, 1 applied for a box. x Inch thex sent lie I started tak ing them at one. tid to tnx suiprise as xx til as satisSactioii. I began to improxe fnmttie ion start I am noxx using .ny first itgular box that I got from nix drucgist after the samples xxere Used ip, I tinil that the pains in mx kidney. s and bladder haxe lelt me entirtlx. and the swelling has dbappeared from nit feet In Tact all the weakness and bud sxmp t.i is liaxe gone, and I cannot find vxorJe, tc i xpress mx gratitude to the Hohbs Remedy Co f r bringing It-roie mx notice a reined that does the xx -irk in Mich f satisfaUorx niHiiner as. I)r Hobbs f-jiaragns Kulnex Tills They xx.rk like a charm, and I take great pleasure in liouig able to teti ihj friends xxhat tiiey haxe done for me . Col A T McRevnolds. 3"5 MmltMin axe , GraiHl Ra'ttls, Mich Dr BoUtfe .-s'taragufc Kidney Pills fr SALF. HY HENRY EVAMS, A HOI K I F AND ItKTAIU Drugs and Chemicals, gjS F Slicct X. W. WASHING! ON", I) C iVss? (Copyright, 1897, by C K Gaines) EYNOP.s-I.s Joscplnne Storm anlieiicss. becomes en gaged UiArtlnirHo e. a young chemist, but her uncle and guardian. Amos Storm, re fuhcs toassentto the match, on the ground that Arthur has still hlsxxa) to make, and lfi prohahlx aftei her money .losephine as Ecrts that Arthur is a young man or great promise, and instances a panel read beTore a siiinliiii society In xl.iclt he asserted that, ixith the aid of some elements at present i,ndiscox ered. a ertain experiment could be carried out in physics Amos Ston i finally Consents to thtii mainage if Arthiu diseoxer.s the element, and is able to perform the experiment Arthur and Josephine go to Pror Eiupsen and the proretsor states that he bcliexes helium "ixillserxe.auclemeiittheexidenceor winch exists in the solar spectrum He has re ceixed a liece or ore fiom the island of Auusia. xxlneh he beliexes contains helium Josephine decides that Artbur must go to Auusia at once, to obtain a burficlent quantity TART II. Aithtii hadn't been tone a xxcek before I xas almost sorry I sent him It ixas vrenk-minded, but I couldn't help IL I did x"ish I bad made foine other airangc ment with uncle. You see, Piof EinpFen look it up, and he can do almost anx thing '.x hen he tnes. He got the college people Interested, and the) fitted out a ship, and sent it off "jvilh tv.o or thiee chemists I think they "were chemistt and a lot of special i-tu-dents, xvho ixanted to do "practical xx oik." I think they wanted a pood time as much fifinnxthing,m)seir. Arthurxvas mohargc or the expedition, though, because it xxas bis idea. It xx asn't quite fo bad at first, for I kept getting letters such good letters, but after axvi.de they stopped, and I didn't hear a word for months That xvas the hard time I ncier ixould haxe beliexed befoiehand that I could be fo -vxorncd Uncle stopped talking against Arthui , too, bur I think that made it fecin xxorse Then another letter came a great big one, from somexvhere In Australia. 1 had It torn ojien in n flash then I laid it doxvn; I xvas afraid to read IL I must bac been getting h)Stencal; I never used to be so silly. Anyhow, I carried it to my room and locked the door be m rriH r -1' " ..st-fibHUWH"!' Cr GREETED TIE DIPLOMATS The Foreign Ministers Intro duced to Secretary Sherman. THE REGULAR CEREMONIAL llae Hepi CMMttntiArs of Other Gox eriuiieiits, roiiiiallj Ileeelxod As s,i5taiit Seoietaij Hockliill Serxes u- lahter o Cereinoiili;. Atnbas hailor l'aiincefote Heads, the I-Kt. The inuiubcrs of the diplomatic coips, resident in Washington, xxeie roriu.illx iiitrotluecil to .Sieieiai) Sherman xehtei da) bx Assistant Secretin) Kockhili, at a reception laid at 11 o'dock. It xxas the custoni.uy eeiemonx, jirecedlng the be ginning of official business, relations xxith the nexv Administration Tne members or the legations, headed b) .Sir Jiilim Tauuterote, the llutish am bassador, as dean or the corps, xx ere as sembled in the diplomatic liamber at the the department promptlx at the hour de signated, and thence passed aerossthe twill to the larger room, set apart Tor statu occasions, and soon nilerxxard Secretar) Sherman t-ame in, aicompaulcd !) .Majoi General Miles. U S A . and Ms aide. Col Miohler, xxho xx'eie present by lux itatiou The I nl rod in tions folloxxed, the xeneri ble Seintai) passing around the cii-le and ezihangiug salutations xwlh each of his eminent xisitors, manx of xx horn xxeie old aetpiaiutames feeentai) Sheimau grasped the hand of i.uh, and engaged most of them in a brief but .oidi.il eon xersatlon, xxhlch lendernl the c.isioii as pleasing as possible to all. There xxere pieent .Sii .Iiili.iu Taunce fote. Id T.itenitre. the Tieiuh ainbis sador, Uaron de Tax a, the I talian nmbas sador; Iiaron .Max xon Ihnlmau, the Gei man ambassador, Senor Don M.iti.is H mero, the Mcxhan miiuster. Mi G de Weekherlin, tin minister from the .Nethei lands, Senor Don Jose Marttliuo Iluitado, the Colombian minister, Mr A Giip, the minister of Sxxeilin and .Noixxax, Senor Salxadoi de Mendoma, the lirailiau min ister, Senoi Dm Antonio L.i7o Arnaga, the Guateiii.ilnu minister, Seuoi Don Do mingo -ana. the Chilean ministei , Mr Yang Yu, the Chinese minister, Senor .lose An dr.tde, the Venezuelan ministei, Mr Laudis litis lUugelmuller, the Austio Huugail in minister, Mi .1 H I'ioda, the SxxNs iinnister; tsenor Don iuiicpie Dupux le Lome, the Spanish iniiiisUr, Mr Constantine Ilrun iiiimstir fiom Denmark. Mr Franc is M Hatch, the Ha xx.iii.ni minister. Si nor Don Luis Ftllpe Carbo, the minister fiom Cciiadoi, Mi V. de Kotebue, the Hu'-si. in minister. Viscount de S.imo 'Ihxrsa, the Tortugmse minister, Mr 'lorn Hoshi, the .Taji iu se minister Mi J X Leger. the Haiti m iiiinister. Mr Chin Tom Ye, the Korean minister. Moiistaplt i Hex, tin Turkish minister. Senor Don Kodriguc, repnsent.it ie of the Greater Republic, Co .nt G de Laehtexclde minister from Helgimu Senor Don Joaipiin Hernardo Calxo, minister n sident of Cosia Kici: henor Don Alejandro Woi ) Gil, eharge d'affaires or the Dominican Re public, and a number u! attache? of the scxeral legations When the eeremonj xxa concluded the Diplomatic Corp proceedi d to the White House, xx here the) were presented to Tresidtnt McKinle) at 12 o'elock A CHILD ASSATI-'I IAX He'xolliilg (Clinic of 'Ixxo leil-Yeur-Old Hoxs., Trctt) liltle Hiisi i use. the fixe xear old daughter or Capt .lohn euse, xxho runs a bii.it on the Cle s ipeake and Ohio canal betxviH-n this citx and Cumberland, Mil , xxas brought to the L"inergi ncx Hob jrtt.d )esterd.ix afternoon to be tieated for h crime of most nxolting natuie, h.' id to haxe bien louiniitted upon the little one b) txxo xxhite boxs, Lddie Mc Caulex- and Thil Livland. agt d ten xe.irs 'liiere xxas a pathetic scene, as the little one, frightened almost into hxsteria. p! iced her arms about her father s neck and clung to him Her big blue exes filled xv llh tears and between the Hobs and moai's she xxas induced to tell Dr. Hooe of the attempt xx hleh the bo)S had made she is a bright little child, and CHAQLtS Kf LSY QAlhZl: fore 1 could muster coui.ige to begin It xxas as bad as xvhen I xvas tr)ing to make up in) mind to let Aunt Julia bore in) ears Hut xvhen I did 1 egm I couldn't stop, I am s ire 1 read that letter txxentx times oxer Some pirtH of it nobodx shall exer see, but just mc; but here is the part abo'it the caxe xxhere they found the "substance " "The -volcano, xvhich is called Tx.m.i Tclullu, rises abrupt lx out of the se.i to a considerable altitude It is by no means cntirel) extinct though it is eo niuked on the charts but it xxas reas inablx quiet during our stnj llus xvas fortunate, for reall) the mountain is the iBland; and there is little else "The caxern lies far up on the xvostern slope, and we reached it xxith difficult v. Without the exact bearings gixcn us b) old Capt. Jerxis xve could never haxe found it, for the natives of theneighboiing isalnds, though they knew of the place, could not be induced to go near it. I ob served, however, that they had razor like flakes of a hard, giecnish material, sim ilar to the specimens shoxvn us by Prof. Empsen, xvhich they used as knives "When, after much effort and some hazard, we attained the mouth of the tav ern, I ceased to blame them for their su perstitious feat. It Is indeed a f,rex some spot. The opening is as jagged as the mouth of a shark, and is coated with a kind of green glaze, apparently depos ited by the acrid xapors which almost contininill) arise from the dark interior. This hideous hole led downxvard utu xery steep angle until it xvas lostin the gloom; most terrifying sounds of hissing and rumbling issued out of it, the fumes xveie unendurable, and we despaired of being able to explore It. "At length, hoxvever, a sharp breeze from the sea dissipated the xapors for a time, and I round, to my surprise, that a current of air xvas draxving into the aperture. It xns noxv or never, and I had ever) thing at stake Just think, dearest, )0ii xxere the stake, xxith shame and disappointment xvorse than death as the altPrnatixe. So I fastened a stout rope under ni) arms, pressed the hands or my comrades, murmured the name I loxe, and xvlth it part of a praxer that I bad learned when I was a baby told her story in a plain, atiaightfoixxaid manner. t'apL.Xeuse's boat landed In Georgetoxxu )esteidax morning and tied up at one ot the docks. While it xxas lieing unloaded little Rosa asked pei mission of her mothet to go out and phi), ft xxas a pleasant day and hei nioliiei consentedj and the child situ)cd a xx ay into some of the )ards along the xxh.irxes, and met, among scxtiul other child! cu, Eddie McCauley anil 1'lul England. 'J hey enticed Rosi axx-.iy riom the others and into a xaeant shed. As soon as they released the lit tle one she ran cning to her mother Her parents xxeie badly rrightened and the rather xx'ith Ros.i in his arms rushed to the office of a Georgetoxx'n p!i)sicinn The doctor, howexei, lefuscil to treat the ease, reaiing that he xxould be called to testifx as a xxitness, and adxised the father to lemoxe her to the hospital. Di Hooe m.uleaxer) tareful exanilnationand round that the child is in a seiious con dition The box names xx ere leal tied from some of the c ther ehildien in the xicinit) The polh c if the Sexenth precinct xxere ad xicd of the arr.dr last night It was stated that the ihild xxould doubtless le ioer unless some unfoicseeu complication arises The child's futhci resides in Cum berhind, M1 NEWS FROM ALEXANDRIA William De Vaughn Dies of Injuries Received in Washington. '1 he rntUM al of Mi s. Axei.x A Kix-e- Yeni-Uld Child Him Ox im and mm loiislx J 11)11 ted. Alevandria, Maich 10. -Mr illiam II DeVaughn died at the home oi his brother on Prince stied todax '1 he deceased xwis struik b) a cal le eai m Washington on the 2d instant, and received injuries xxlnch proved ratal. 'I lie funeral of .Mrs R W Ax ei x , xx hose death in Washington xxas.i'inouncediri '1 he Times occuned this afteinoon, hum the resilience of her sister. Miss Annie S llendiisou, on Tatiick stieet, this arter noon The funeral seivicis xxere con (nicted bx Ri x Dr Flippo, foimerlv of Roanoke, a . Rev Dr Mnkel), or Wash ington, i'i Rex Dr Iiutlei, ol this citx J he funeral xxas attended bx a uumbei ol friends of the dece.isid from Washington 'I he rem ilns xxeie deposited m the Hendei soii f.imiU xailt in the i T Cemeti rv Guard S S Raker, or the Richmond peuitenti ii), 1 rt heie this evening xxith Harrv Simpson, xvho xx is c onx icted at the lanuaix term or the lorpoiation court or larcenx fiom the p ison and sentenced to serxe one xeai in the penitentiarx An effort xxas inade to h ixc Simpson's sen rence coiivnutiii, but Gox t'reriall re fused to interfere The gu.nd .llso lud in charge. I II W atson and Lewis lilakclx, the two colored men xxho were itccnllx (onxicted at Manassas of stealing goods from a railroad tiain The following officers or Rathbone Com panx, V R K or T. xv ere installi d las' night bx Col Haldvx in, or Richmond tap tain, i: R Boxir first lieutenant, R X Roland second lieutenant, f It Herbeit. it coi de. W 1 Sch.ifer ireasuier. C Moole The reports or the orricers show the compunx to be in an excellent eon dition A bancpiet xxas scixck! after the meeting M D Corse Camp, Sons or Confederate Veterans, is arranging to entertain the camp of S C V of Washington, xxhlch xv ill xisit this citx shortly The camp has also dicided to participate In the fair to be glxen ox the Ann Lee Memorial Asso ciation Mr William Kelley, a brassvxorker at the Southern Ildixx.i) shops, in this mx, xv is b.idl) cut about the face this exeiiing bx the explosion of a lubricator glass Rex Dr Clumpett or Ral'imore will de lixer the siiinon at Christ Church to ii'orroxv night A decree conririning the report jr the cnmiiiissoncr or sale in the cake of James MeCuen, xx'as entered in the corpoiatlon couit todav. The locoinotlxe xxhich ran orf the ra(k or the electric railxv.iv neai the dvko last xveek has been raise'd and will soon be taken to the Tcnnsxlxania shops for e pai rs An accident xxhlch max result in the death of the fre-yearold son or Mrs Annie E Riner, or No 311 fcouth Patrick science doesn't seem an adequate sub stitute Toi God at such a moment then be.in to scramhle doxxu into that axx rul pit For about sistx feet the descent xxas almost peipendicular At that depth 1 felt beneath mx feet a comparatix ely ie.el floor, but the roor or the caxern hung so loxv that I xxas obliged to xval low roivxard upon mx knees and elboxx-. The roor soon lifted, hoxv ever, and I found m)self in the most xxonderrul grotto, I behexe. that exer the e)e or man has looked upon. ' For a moment I fancied that I xxas stal ing into the throat of Hell The xxhole space berore me xxas ranged with scxthe like icicles of emerald green onl) they xxere so hard and rigid that mx utmost efforts xxere insufricient to break or stir them When struck the) lang xvith a "Then I Began to Scramble Doxxn Into Thnt Axvful Pit." moaning resonance, that rose to a shriek if a succession of bloxxs vxas given. They xxere not stalactites, for they shot out at all angles from floor and roof and xvalls alike. It must haxe been a cr)stalliue formation; each spire xvas long and slender, .slightly curxed, and needle-sharp at the point. Through them, xxith opalescent re fraction, gleamed a red, sullen light from fiery cicxices In the rocks beyond; and xvhile I gnzed, almost paral)zed xxith as tonishment, out of oii'i ol them issued a jet of steam with a hiss that made thegrotto ring like a might) xvind-swept harp. "Then I turned and fled in terror none too soon, for as I trudged out under the drooping folds of rock that almost shut the passage, I xx as partially oxercome by the noxious fumes. Nexer theless, I succeeded in calling to my friends abovo, and xvas dragged to the wgtJ itnet, oecnired shortly) artci 6 o'clock yesterdii) ex cning The liltle felloxx was engaged iii flying a, kitci in the stieet m front or his home, hen he was inn into by a team drixen by Mi. Ta)Ior Arnold, xxho had railed to notice the child in time to nxoid the accident The xx heels or the carnage passed oxer the head of the boy. The child xv as remox ed to his home, vvhei e he xxas attended by a ph)sician. The ladies or St Ma'i)'s Church xvill pxe an 0)stei suppei at the L)ceum on the night of the 17th nistant lor the bene fit or the chinch J Mis William II. Maihmy is ill nt hei home on Prince street. Mr. Aleck Kaiiriuann left last night for Calirornia, xv here he xvill engage in busi ness. Airs J T Heckham has almost entirely lecoxercd Horn her lecent illness. Miss Mai) Whitehead, of Louisville, Kx , is the gi.est or her cousin. Miss Mar) Gounaii, on South Lee street. EXEcr'IlVl .MANSION HULKS. Seeielni) Porter Nsiios His Kirt Offieiul Oilier. Secretar) Porter issued his fiist official ortler vesteiduy it provides lor the transaction or business with the President, and lixes the Cabinet davb and the hours and times rot public receptions The order omits the rule In lorce dining Mi. Cleve land's admmistiatiou, proxiding that the Piesiclent should be Tree Trom all callers on Mondaxs It changes tin hour or holi dav public leceptions Irom 1 to 3 o'clock, and lixes Trida) lusteitd ot Saturday as nil' or the da)s on xvlnch the public may shake the Trcsulent's hand Otherwise, it is xv old lor xx oid the oiclei issued at the beginning of Mi Clex eland's last term, and leads as MIoxx s The Cabinet xvill meet Tuesdays and Trichos at 11 o'clock a m 'Ihe President will icceive Senators and Representatives in Ctngicss rrom Id to 12 o clock on d,i)s jwccpt Cihiiiit chi)s Persons not Senatois oi 'Repiescntatix es, hnxing busim ss xxith the President, will be recji x ed I i oin 12 to 1 o'clock ever) dav except Cabinet ehi)s Those having no biisiuiss, but xv ho desire to pax their icspccts xvill be icecixtd by the Preside utin the East Room at .lo'clock p m on Mouda)s, Wedncsda)s ami Tri da) s A POLICEMAN THE VICTIM Clara Crouuse Attempts to Black mail Oliieei' Richards. A Pistol Shot ui.il u "Wiumui's SL'ie.niis Malte the Cuit a I)stoi Ions. Oi c. A case or attempted bhu km.iU, in which a police officer fighrccl as the victim and a prettx female criminal the persecutor, has Just come to light. More than three months ago tiara Croune, an alliactive, black cved girl, nineteen years of age. and lixing on ( apilol HJU, xxas suspected bx a ladv in I hat si ction or stealing sexeiil articles of clothing rum her house, and co strong was the proof that the ladv sxvore out a xv arrant for her arrest To Policeman George G Richards, of the Fifth precinct, the serxmg of the xx trr.uit xvjis Intrusted and he placed the girl un der arrest 'Ihe following dax she was sentenced to three months in jail As she xv as removed rrom the courtroom she turned on Richaids and swore she would be rev- nged on him Tor her arrt.t During the thne inonihs of her en forced sojourn at the jail Richards, of course, heard nothing from her, and he had almost lorgolten the incident in the police court Hut the xvom.in cherished her fancied xxiong, and almost the first thing she did xx hen she gained her Ireedoin xvas to trx to carrx Into erre ct the scheme xxlnch she had thought out during the xxear) hours or her imprisonment Richards and his xoung xx ire liaxe a co) home on G street southeast, xxhere thex haxe llxtd suite their marriage, onlx a )e.ir ago A rexx vxeeks since the peo ple in tli.it neighborhoi d noticed a strange vxom.ui, cl id in black, who Sii'med to tako a peculiar interest in the Richards house Ihe lirst fexx chi)s she onl) asked questions, but later she bribed a school box to delixer a note at the dcor, ad dressed to Pollcennn Richards Other notes folloxxed, but they were nil ad dressed to Mrs Richards Their contents shoxved plamlx that the woman xxas endcaxoring to blacken the surface, sexerelx lacerated, but not ser iouslv injured "Altei an interval the xapors again abated One of the sailois then xolun teered lo descend mid place a stick of dvn.unite in the grotto This xxas ex ploded bx means of nu elght-mmute fuse The roar of its discharge xvas tolloxx ed b) another, louder, and deeper, and pro longed, until, xith an eaithquake tremoi and thunderous recrberation,xvith a deaf ening gush of hteam, a cloud or ashes, anil spurts or molten Inxa, the caxein dis gorged its contents "We fled in panic doxvn the mountain side, happil), all escaped, not unhurt, but nlixe "borne xxeeks later xxc xxere able to return and examine the debus In it xx e found a considerable number of the cr)stnls, unbroken Sex oral xxere partly embedded in the still iiot lax a, but the heat had not affected them in the slighest degree" 'Ihe iest of the lettei is xvliat jou aro not to read But xxnsn't Arthui mngnifi cent' Onl) I shall nexer let him go near Txan.i Tchallu again not alone, anyhow. Well, thex loaded the green stuff all thex could get out on the ship, and brought it home, and it xvasn't so very long after I got my letter that Arthur arrived I sh.i' n't tell xou anx thing about boxv I acted when I 6axx him Uncle Amos slid I xxas precipitate and indis creet I don't think he liked it much when all those scientific people congrat ulated him on his "prospectixe nephew'' Hut he didn't sax much, he just shook bands xxith Arthur and looked serious. All this xxhile Pi of. Empsen had been getting ready for the experiment As thex xxeie going to need a perfectly axx'ful amount of electneitx, he had arranged to haxe at command the xxhole power of Niagara for half a da). He stands high In scientific circles, and has "influence,"' you knoxv Att)hoxv, he got the power But I'm not going to tell )ou about the experiment ni)sclf. I was there, of course; but it's too much for me; so I am going to show jou the report I cut out of a paper the next day. The man xxho wrote it is exer so nice, and he's on the Starr of The New Metropoli tan Snap Shot and Meteor. "For sexeral xxeeks past the din of preparation has been heard at Niagara Falls, at times fairly rising aboxe the roar of the cataiact. Yesterday after noon, xx hat is probably the mest re markable ph)sical experiment of the cen tury was successfullx consummated " 1'ien he told all about Prof. Empsen, and Arthur, and how he found the sub stance. He called Arthur "a reticent )0ung scientist of brilliant promise." Arthur's a good deal more leticent than he need be, 1 think; but there xvas -no need to say bo lhere xxas something about me, too, and about uncle; but it wasn't done in a' mean way. "And noxx the wonderful substance xvhich xvas to form the basis of the experiment ft JCiHl !- FILLS Tor niliousanil Ncrvou? dlsordors such as Wind and Pain In thfl Stoinich, Sick Head muo Giel(lhie;8. riillticss-inilSivolIiuz after inc-xls, Dizzlnc-.s an 1 Drnwsinc -.-old CtilU, Flushings of Heat. Loss of Appetite, Shortne-s or Rro ult f'ostlxo lei Iilotclics on the kni Disturbed felcop. Krlghtfal Dreiins. .mil all Nervous and Tremhllnc s;Pnatioim .tc . when these sr ri toins aro ciused Uv ennstinition. a-, most of tliom are. THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIV2 RELIEF IN TWEKTY MIHOTES. This i, mi flo i i. Evory tiiircror I earnestly iiivttud to try ono box of these Pills, and the) xvill ba .ickiinuleilgptl lobe A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. BEECHAM'S FILLS, taken as directed, xxdl quickly ronoro females to co npleto lica'th. They jiromptl) remove obstructions or irregularities of tUo system. For a. WEAK STOMACHJMPAIRED DIGESTION, DISORDERED LIVER they aitllko magic a few doses xvill work wonder upin tins Vital organ'; strengthening the wiuiscular sxstein, restoring the long-lou complexioii, bringing hack tao keen otle of appe tite, and arousing with tlio Itonebud of lit-it.lt ti tbu whole phyitlc it energy of the human frame. These are facts admitted bv thousands, in all classes or society, and one of the oest guarantees to tho NcrxouB and Debilitated is that ttecch tin's l'lll-s b.txe ibo Iiroit dntoof a iii Patent Medicine in tbu World. WITHOUT A RIVAL. Annual Sales over 6,000,000 Boxes. SSp at Drug More-, or will bo sent b) U. S Apon's, U. F. ALLEN .V. TO , G5 Canal .Sit. New York, uost piiil, upon receiptor price, book free u,on application. character or the orriccr in the e)-" or liU xoung xxire. Mercenar) motixes, as xxell as rex enge, prompted the female criminal to xx rite ti.ese letters, for in one addressed to Richards she said she xxould cease to write them IT the orfuei would agree to pay her a certain sum or money. No atten tion was paid to these communications by either the poHnman or his xxire, but fear ing tii.tt the woman imgtit tarrv hei un savory story to the police officials, Mr Richards, in order to anticipate mix such moxe, shoxved the letters to Lieut. Mc Cathran, in chaige of the Firth pit unci. On Kiturda) the CiOJiise woman xxas arrested foi stealing a small sun. of money ftom Mis Margaret llatliaxva), and on Tuesdiix she xvas again sentenced bv .Judge Kimball to siv months in jail Tuesday ex cning, after d.uk, the residents in th xicmitx or Sixth and G strcctsxveie startled b) a jilst ol shot and the scream or a xx omnn, appan ntl) coming rrom the vicinltx of the Richards' louse Mr Richards, xvho xxas sitting in a rc.u loim of his tioute. heard the found or the s)ut, .mil he xv t, "the fiist to appear in the stri et, and he endeaxored to find the cause of the tumble Hut his mxestig.ition disclosed nothing, and he returned to his house. All his neighbors xxere conxlnced that he xxas the man who lired the shot, ami thex xxaitctl the coming of morning in ex pectation or startling dexelopmcnts in 'he m)stenous arruii, and the woman in black xxas iippermosti'i ttie'r 'iiiuda At that hour the woman was saTe behind the bars at the Jail When the people in that section read this story thex xvill understand many things which haxe puvlt d them In the meantime the pistol shot and the scream or the xxomaii remain sluoudedin m)ster. A Noxx l'ntlrotid Hon id. Raleigh, N C , March 10 It xx.is learned tonight on reliable authoril) th.it th" gox crnor and council or state today .ip pointed a nexx boird or din i tors for the North Ciroii'ia Railroad, composed of men xvho .ire m sxmpathx with the goxernor in his fight upon the southern Railwax j'o.sri ornci: noi ioi:. nnoiii'i lie read d.ill) bx all interested, as eiiauges ma) occur at any time roieigu mans Tor the week ending March 1.1 close promptly at this orftce, as follows 'I I nils.iiliintie Mnil.. 1- Itl DA 1-dii At 7 'JO p m . for V ranee, sjwittrland, Unix, Spain, Poriusial, Tur kex, l.gxpt and llritlsli Inula, per s s l.,i Urct.ige, rrom New York, via Havre Jet tels ror eithei parts of l.urope musi be dl reeled 'per L,a Hrelagne ic) At 1 0 ." p ii. , for .Netherlands cllrect, per s s Wer kendam, from .Nexx . ork xla Rotterdam Letters mustbedlrt cted per W'erkenilnni (C At 1 tt ",", p ni , ror Geno i. per s s Fulda, rrom exv ork Letters must be directed per 1 ulda (c At KioTi j m . fqr Eu lopc.pers s Aurnnla. rrom evv iork.xl.'i yueenstown (d At 10 Ki p in , ror ,vr w ix direct, per s s island, from .New lioik Letters must be diretced 'per Island " PULNTLI) MATTER, ETC German steamers sailing rrom .New York on Tues daxs, 1 hursdaxs and Saturda)s Like prlntr ed in liter, etc . ror ijcimanx, and sjieeially addressctl printed matter, etc . for other parts or Lur pe White Star steamers sailing riom Nexv iork on cdneselaxs take specially ad dtessed printed matter, etc . ror Europe Ihe American, Cunnrd and Fiench ime steamers sailing rrom .New York take print ed matter, etc . Tor all Countries for which thev are advertised to carr) mail Malls foi miu tit anil Central Amer ica, "Went Indies,. Jte. TlU"RbDAt tc) At 10 uo p m for Jamaita, Port au Prince, Paxanilhi and arthagena, per s s Alltghanv, rrom .New iork Letters Tor Costa Rica must be di rected ' per Alleghany ' i-RIDA 1 (c) AtlO oop m rbrHerniudn, per s s Tiinidad, riom .New York (c) At 10 55 p in ror.Ieremie, J.icuiel and Aux (Jaxes, per s s Alis, from -Nexv York. xvas borne in It appealed to be about the size and shape of an elephant's tusk, but more slender, audits xx eight was such that txvelxe strong men vxere hardly able to carry it Prof Empsen declares that it is undoubtetlly a crxstal of helium, dex el oped under extraordinary conditions lu the Interior or a xolcano, chemically pure, and quite unlike the specimen secured by Cnpt Jerxis, xvhich was evidently a mere chipping from the glaze at the mouth of the cax e 1 his beautiful gem, for it looked like a innssixe shart of emerald, xxas laid upon supports of the same material, and He Didn't the electrodes xvcre carefully adjusted at the ends; these xx ere not placed in actual contact, hoxvexer, lest they be melted by a heat so Inordinate as the experimenters hoped to generate. There xxas no fear that a current such as they proposed to use could not leap the barrier; the only dread xxas lest it leap too far and in the xxroug direction -for at the full it far exceeded a thunderbolt, both in xolumcand tension. But ex cry possible precaution bad been taken, and the spectators xx ere kept at i Bare distance. "The great hall xvas noxx d.irkened until only a faint gleam from the arching bridge ot emerald xvas xisible among the Bhadoxvs 'We shall now very gradu ally turn on the curient designed to heat the helium bar, xxhich is an iniperrect conductor,' announced the professor. "Instantly sparks began to fly from the electrodes to the ends of the bar M3 Letters Tor He llc, Guatemala and Puerto forte, must be directed "per Alps. (t) At 10 55 p. in Tor C'anipeche.t'hiapas. Ta basco and i ucatan, per h s heneca, from .Nexx iork. Letters ror other parts of Mex ico must be directed "per Seneca. ' (c) At 1 0 55 p in. Tor Haiti, t uiuana and Caru pano, per s s l'uns Uillcm I , from New iork Letters Torother partsor Venezuela I'uracao. Trinidad, Hiitish and Dutch Guiana must be direited "per Piins vViI lem l.' tc) At 10 55 p m Tor Grenada, 'IrinidadandTobago.pirs s Grenada.rrom iNexv Xorl SATL'UDAY (0 At y F0 a. m Tor N'as sau, "s. P . per steamer rrom Mianri, Fhu (d) At 1135 n in for Newfoundland, per s h rrom Hnlirax Mails Tor Newroundliind, by rail to Hnli rax and thence xia steamer, close nere chill) except bunday at 1U 05 p m , Sun dax onlx at 1 1 35 a m (d) Malls Tor Micpielon, b) tail to Boston and thence xia steamer, close here daily at J'UO p m (a) Malls Tor Cuba (except those forSantlago de Cuba, xvhiih xvill be rorxvarde cl to Nexx "tork up to the 10 55 p m closing Wednes day) close here daily at :i 00 p. m., Tor ror xxardlng xia steamer sailing Ionel.i)s and Thursday rrom Port Tampa, Fla. (e) Mads ror Mexico, oxerlaud (except those ror Campeche, Chiapas, Tabasco, and V ucatan, xvhich will be forwarded, xia Nexv York, up to the 10 55 p m. closing l-nciax, alter the Wednesday oxerland closing, and except those for Progretso, xx-hlch xvill be sent xia Nexv York, up to the 10 55 p m closing Friday, alter the Mondax oxerland closing!, close here daily at 7 10 a m (d) Ti'uiispmdfic Mails. Malls ror China and Japan, per s s Peru, rrom ban Francisco, close here dad), up to (J 30 p in, March 17 id) Mails Tor Haxvait, per s s Australia, from ban Francisco, t lose here dailx, up tob 30 p m , March 17 id) Mails ror Lnina and Japan, specially ad dressed onlx, per s 8 Empress or India, rrom Vancouxer. close here dallx, up to 6 30 p in , March 112 (d) Mails tor China and Japan, per s f. Hraemer, rrom Tacoma. close herdall), up to 30 p m , March 25 id) Mails lor tne huciet) Islands, per ship Tiopit biid. riom Sn I-randan close here dailx up to 30 p m .Match 25 (d) Mads for Australia (except th e for West Australia, which aie toiwarded xla Euro if), Nev Zealand, Haxvaii, Fiji and ftan om Islands, pi r s s .Mailpesa. from sian Franc ik o.clt -e hcied.ul) up to (J 30 p m , March 27 (d) Mails lor Austialia (except WestAustra hat, Haxxail and Hjl Islands (spicialix addressed onlx i . j er s s "Uarrinao riom Vancouxer close here dailx arter March 27, up to b 30 p m April 1 (d) '1 ninsp.icific naisflit -oi warded to the I orts or sading dallx . and the scht tlule of closings is aiianged t n the presumption of their uninterrupted overland tiansit (a)ltegisteretliiiailsclosoat 10 a in taiue day mi Registered tnailst loseat 1 p m tame day. n iRegistered mails close at (5 p n fame day. (til Registered mallst loseat G p r. pre Mous day (et Registered ninlN close at 1 p m AVednesila)s and bntiudaxs (r)Kegisieied malls do-e at j p n re vious day (g) Registered mails close at 1 p n , re vious Saturday JAM Lb P WILLEfT.Postmaster. A.Mrsi:sn:.vis. LAPAVLTTI. TOMGHT. MATINEE SATFRDAY Regular Matinee Prlcis DAVID II EL AS CO 3 Great Romantic Drama, The Heart of Maryland, Witli a Cast or Great Merit. bEATlTNOWONSALE i-or the Tarexvcll xjsu of the ouginal com- THE OLD HOnESTEAD. Miss Fr flOiS YALE. xith cracking detonatiens; soon they merged in a steady arc of electric flame a continuous lightning flash. From this, hoxxexer, our exe xxere presently shielded by screens, se arranged that xx e saxr onl) the space crossed by the bar of helium. "Sloxxly the massixe crystal Legan to shoxv signs of heat Its imtixe hue xvas lost in a dusky red, xxhich brightened until it xxas xixid scarlet; then, as the heat grexv more intense. It became white hot and shone like the noonday sun. " -Thus far,' explained PioL rmpen. Say Much. 'the phenomena, though Impressive and beautiful, have not been unfamiliar. As the electricity raised the temperature of the helium it commenced to gix e off waves, or vibrations, xvhich could be felt as heat, but which could not be seen because they xvere too loxx to be registered by the hu man e)e. Then as the heat mounted, red rays, the loxvcst and slowest xvhich the eye can detect, began to appear, and xve said that the bar xvas red hot. As the heat still increased, jellow xvaxcs, which are a little quicker, became mingled xvith the red, giving a bright cherry color. The rod is at present xvhite and Intensely luminous because color waves of nil lengths arc given ofrin about equal proportions. Now, if our theory is true, you will behold some thing more noxel. Observe that by means of special appliances and the unprecedent ed poxver placed at my disposal I am rais ing the heat to a point xvhere the shorter .jirswn:.Nr. Third Annual Lnt-rtamment I oLrMRLV LODGE. .No .H7.(irderin-t i.rst Geerges. GRAND CtiNCKItT AND UALL, To be held at IhilltVrs Ext hanee. 721 1 ltd st nvv CofKert fnm Uo to 10 p. in Danrtnc till Jam. TIirR8DA EV EN I.NU MARCH 11.1S97. MiitU Fiirmshe! by WIN Haley i WjshiHg ln " net-rt HnimI FU-r-d Dt.ijUWis toy a mall ,y Son. KefrtltiarbtM serreil by JtMiiMner llckeu. iMlnMtttHg gmtleMan ami iNdy. ! . Mn:le Ut KetH. Stir. IseiMdliig; rerrehmenb TMkets un be paielmswl at the tbx. r mhlc-2t "jTliV NATIONAL. TIIKATKK EVERY KVEMNG.WED andSAT MATS. HOYT'S A BLACK SHEEP l.NLLUDKNU QT8S HARLAN Next Week-"Mlss FRANCIS OF Y-ALE." Cast headed bv Etu nne Girardot (Char leys Aunt). Seits selling. Miss Francis Of YALE. ACADEMV Price 25. SO, 7.""c and SI OO Wed. and bat. .Xl.tij.. 23 anil ."Oc res'd. Presentation of the Great Military Drama THE GIRL I LEFT BEHIND ME By Dax-Id Iielasco (author or "Heart cf Maryland")and Franklin F)lea. Next Week "LAND OF THE LIVING " iss I-rancis of YALE. G KAND OPKKA IIOUSI. KEPAN i KIFh. Managers. Coinmencing -MAxvxxi o Wednesday MATINEEsr-Saturday. EL31KR B. YAXCFS Famous Realistic Rallrtad Idyl, THE LIMITED MAIL With the Wonderral BEATKICE HEGnMl PItH-ls. 1.1, J5. "JO & 73e. All Berts (c'ip ned NOTE A good seat en r.rst floor for 25 cents. Seats In Rox, bl NEXT ATlRAtTlO.N "bp..n ot Life" Miss Francis Of YALE. CXOI.LXII!I THKTKIt AtLttEEK Only matinee Saturday Aiiieri...i a Greatest Pri i". i Donna, LILLIAN USSELL And Her Hlg Opers. ( onioany. In the beaten s L)rlca .Novelty, N AVIERICAN BEAUTY The regellar he uc prues xn:i prevail Next t tk-t RLblON ( LARKE, sup- ported bv Aclehude Prince, in The LoaS of His Race " KhK-NAV. Lli Kl'XI TIIKrEK ALL THIS WEEK. Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. H. W. WILLIAMS' OWN COMPANY .Next Week Irx'in Pre- Ox i- rompany. Miss Francis of YALE. GREAT SUCCESS CRYSTAL J!AZE 42 Tth street north vt r, near E street. ADMISblO.N .. ..10o r F.NNIEsjT ILAt'E ON E.VRTU BIJOU ALL Till- wi-'i-K 4 MA11LES i iionclay, 1 uesday, t riday Saturday, fccconu and Last eek ot MIACO'S SPECTACULAR PANTOMIME AND SPECIALTY COMPANY. ext Week HiIIvKersands-ind the Georgia Mi.N&TjiELa. An Evening With Edgar Allan Poe I'ror II H Rcssell s exv Lecture. 7U DlfeSuLVLNti VIEWS CARROLL I.NSTXTFTE HALL, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, AT b p in. Admtssion ..25c. Tickets on sale at H H I'r..wn rnliTCti luiy F st. nvr. color waxes greatly piciiciuM. te a tbias hitherto Impossible.' "Ex en as he spoke, the xvhlte-HBt bar awimed a bluish tinge, which quKklydeep ened to a ueautifuf azure sIoxvuHke any thing xx e hud exer seen before. " "Blue-hot, exactl) a, in) young friend predicted,' cried the- pi ofi'M-vr. xvith en thusiasm It si oulil now sKoxv violet. And a n oment later the xiub t, indeed, ap peared. " It is already many tin es hotter than molten iron, ""aid the piofesstir, 'but I xx ill tr to raise the temperature, xet a little higher.' " 'What rami ow eharges ne-.t''" we xxonderetV but xvhile xx e giued, the Kirai njus are of violet paled tud vanished; the bar seeineel suddenly to k.x e e-ttrfed. "A s) out of triumph bioke fioni tlieliju of the xoung scientist. " 'I haxe xvon. he ened. " 'Yes, xou haxe xvon,' echoed the gray haired protestor For science you bavo xvon a xictorx, ror yourself the sweetest prize the earth has to ofter Gentle-Men. he said, turning to the rest us, -tkafc bar xvhich some of xon suppose to have lnxstenoi.sly cooled, ha" now he-en brought; to a degree of heat so intense that any other substance would be instantly va porized such a heat that its ibra tnms haxe all passed aboxe the upper limit of xlsion and no longer arreet the e)e. For just as there are sounds too shrill Tor man to hearr there is llgnc and there are colors that no eye can exer see Heboid the Hnal proof of "xfcaG I haxe said.' "He shut orf the current The coil ing crxstal began to sparkle with violet light This inergedina glow ofblue,wWoh, sloxx ly subsided to a white heat, this 3anfc to red: and dulled, and faded; again the light and color of this ralnboxv of helium adamant had vanished " lt has again fallen below the range of human xision," said the professor, ex ultantly 'The demonstration is complete-' " Wasn't it a perfectly lox ely experiment? Only, do you know, those rays that we couldn't see tanned my face worse than a summer in the country Aunt Julia hardly knexv me; but Arthur didn't seem to mind. Now, there's just one thing more tnaS I xvant to shoxv you Here It is: Mr and Mrs Amos htitrni requesr the honor or xour presence at the marriage or thetr niece, Joseplune, to .Mr Arthur Hope, on x ednestlavarterimon, April the twenty-nrst, .Eighteen hundred ami nlnetx seven, at high noon at tneir residence. No 1U7G Lenox: Road. rms j;;su. "The Heart of the Queen Witch, by John Lanc-don Beaton, xvill begin to-morroxv.