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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 September 1897

ufittuit Fair warmer; south to -southwest winds. Circulation yesterday, 41,64! Copies. 2nTO. 1,27 7 WASHING-TOiN", SUNDAY MOEXING-, SEPTEMBJSE 19, 1S97 EIG-HTIBliJX PAG-E3. THISEE CENTS. YELLOW JMyOLDS FUST Warnings Issued by the Louisi ana Board of Health. PANICS IN SEVERAL TOWNS Zlllitla Called Ont la Mississippi to Protect Railroad Property Frmn Quarantine Mobs.- People Advised to Keep Ont of the Night Air British Concerned. Now Orleans, Sept. 1 8- The quarantine Eflmadluu 'Still Xurtlier improved througn out Uhe southwest today, except around Jaokjn. Miss., where the panic produced "by the Edwards outbreak, still rages ab fiercely an ever. Kearly all towns have abandoned their quarantine against their mails, which are now being carried quite regiriarly, altbuugh generally a day or two lator. Tlw newspapers also are being ad mitted to t!e interior towns after fumi gation and disinfection, and that lias al laved Mine of the panic, ab the people now know the truth, and It is not as...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 September 1897

THE MOBKINGTBIIS. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1897. Now for the Fall Weights ! This is going to be a busy week. The fall weights are about to have their in ning and many fall suits top coats and hats bearing our well-known labels will be distributee! from now on. While you're reading the prices below bear in mind that we're manufacturers which means ,a saving of a fourth. $T.50 for Men's Suits . and Top- Coats. We've got ten styles of suits and three,- of top coats at $7.50 lliaX we want 3'ou to put aside of wliat others are showing at $10. .' - The suits are pure wool Scotch cheviots "Eise nian made" and cut in the most approved '97 fash ions. The top coats are three different shades of all wool covert cloth and cut the proper length and full ness. $10 $12 $13.50 $15 $17.50 and upward are the next grades each brim-full of quality, and showing a substantial saving-. 50 Cents Tor white medium-weight merino underwear. Just right for this weather and will stand more hard wear than you'd thin...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 September 1897

THE MOJtNIffGr TIMJES, STTJSTDax,5 SEPTEMBER 19, 1897. S!fe M Wl tOfera Pfem efan ei -Jos' i CAP i TAL TEST YOUR EYESIGHT. CITY VERTICAL 0. AT"MJrrE?S IS S kNilt3tiG3um ' w U 1 .-.' , - -.-. f)lBi8 fLiliw Ab foretold ia tills column last week, a meeting of delegates to reorganize tlie local Bnt-ketball League was held on Tuesday evening at Carroll Institute. The clubs repraoeiited were tie CuriuJb w.ihh'ngton Athletics and C.rcoran Cadets, and the delegates present lost no time In get tiugrtuwnto business. Artcra preliminary Uiscusbion of the teuton's prospects, an election was held, which resulted in live choice ot Mr. W. K. Larrimore Tor pr&d dent. Mf. George K. HcGlue. of the Cor coran Cadets, will fill the dual role of tecretary-treasurer. Thee will be the only officers or the new league, and with their well-known energy and push will matte the new organization a success from the start. Tiie National Pasketball League ot the District or Columbia Is the name or the new organi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 September 1897

TELE MOENINGTIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTJSMBJBR 19, 1897. BREAT Fl V Capture Last Game of Brooldjn Series by Wonderful Batting. IiORST LOSES HIS HEAD The- Umpire Itesenlt Comments und Throws His MU afWnsliloctou IIuir, -Moi'ccr Supplants 11 res nubnii In the- Ninth liming und Sas she Game. !?5? SWSW 'Tt-3 W. L. Pet. Baltimore.... 86 34 '.717 Bostoa S7 36 .707 New York... 77 44 .636 UiBGinnati 67 53- .558 Cbveiand.... 6359 .516 Washington... 56 65 .463 Brooklyn 56 67 .455 7 ms Pittseurg 56 67 .455 Chicago 54 68 .443 Fhttedelpiiia..52 71 .423 Louisville 51 72 .415 Stioiis 27 95 .221 UAMISS YESTEHDAY. Washington, 10; Brooklyn, 9. Cleveland, G; Ciuclnimtl, O First game. Cleveland, 4; Cincinnati, 2 Second Came. Baltimore, 8: Philadelphia, 3. Bo-tou, y; New York, 3. PUtslMtrg;. 13; St. Louis, 10. Chicago, 4; Louisville, 2. GAMES TODAY. 8L LuIn at Cincinnati. "Louisville at Chicnjro. UrooklTii. Sept. 18. With the faoore 3 to 1 agstatst tliem, up to the eighth sea uiih, uw Wathingtous umde a phenome...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 September 1897

TEE MOEKJNG TIMJES, SUNDAjY, SEPTEMBER JL9, 1891 Lucky Housekeepers, Here Is a chance to buy your winter Blanket much cheaper than you will ever have the chance to buy again. You know as well as we, that Blankets will soon go way up in price, therefore, this opportunity comes in very nicely for every frugal Head of a Family. Another of those lucky Hurts of Ours. We closed out their entire stock, only 9 different qualities of Blankets, and at prices tltat Avill be a surprise to you. No. I. A Good White Blanket, 41c No. 2. 10-4- Good-grade Twill finished White Blanket, worth $1.00, at 71c No. 3, l 1 -4- T w i 11-f 1 n i s h e d White Blankets, worth $1.25, at 89c No. 4. I 1 -4 Fine-f i n i s h e d Striped Wrapper Blanket or Couch Throw, worth SI. 35, at 98c No. 5. 11-4 Heavyweight Blankets, worth $1.75, at S1.25 Now don't remain away with the idea that "some other day vill do," elhe your neilihnr will have the very Blanket Bargains which might liavo been yours. - 420, 422, 424, 426 Qt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 September 1897

THE MORHINGr TIMES, fetUJTD AT , SEPTEMBER 19, 1897. tRmctf (MOKKIKG. EVEXIXC A2JD SUSDAY.) BY Tie Washington Times Company. ST1LS0N HUTCHIXS, President. BUTCUJKS BUILDING. SuBScmriiOK R.&IE3. lIfl-TnJ v. by CAiiniER: Morning, Evening nnd Sunday. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday.. ..Thirty-live Cents BY MAIL. One Tear, .Morn., Ere. and Sunday, $5.50 Six Months, " " " " .3.00 Three Months, " " " " 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday. 4.00 Six Months. " " " 2.2J Three Months, " " " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Snuday. .... 4.00 Six Months, " " " 2.25 Uhree Months, " " " ....... 1.25 Sunday only, one year. 1.00 Ordors hy mail must be accompanied by subscription price. Telephones: Editorial Kooms, iSG; lousiness Office, IGiO. Circulation Statement. The circulation of The Times for the tuck ended Saturday, September IS, 2S07, teas as foliates: Sunday, September IS..... 23,570 lionday, September IS 41.5S4 Tuesday, September 14 41,087 Wednesday, September...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 September 1897

1 i::: duced to 39c. TIIE MOKNI&Q TIMES, SUHpA, SliOTEMBEK 19. 1897. jeaucea to dye. mm .kg ffZzsr Soti T HE Palais Koyal was the flrt.t Ikmis in Washington fitting Cor&ets free of charge. ForeigftteeiiyeHrs ii, lms neon noted lur lar gest stocks ami bejt va rietj. The "Opening" on Monday of the 1S97-SR mwsou Will tell jou of present leadership. S Cn for the "J, B." Coreet, I.UU as illustrated. It Is modeled after the latest and mot ex pensive of French Coracis wttn hiw bust, short hips, and boned so that the waist carves with perfection or giace Fitted Tree of charge. 'ONYX" B TIujlS97-8 styles are here. Each pair stamped "Onyx" a guarantee ofbestness. Special prices for tomorrow: fQn tngtcad of 25c fqr Ladies' IvJu Autumn Weight Black Hose -some plain, some drop stitch, mie KIchelleu and some Rembrandt ribs Eowe with wliitu sole,som '-with double boles; a eitra long and with very high sphcetl heels QCft instead of 35o for Ladies' i-ib Black Macd Yarn Hose, with spliced sel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 September 1897

d the mobbing times, i8"cp day, September 19. 1897. ADYAHCES IN THE HABKis Largely Increased Dealings in Stocks During the Week. Money Circulating l the Interest of. Trnde Klondtlce Fever a Fen- ture in an Advunce. New York, Sept. 18. -The transactional!! stoi ts this week were the largest for any similar period since the jireeent movement began- Tlie daily average was a litll n ore tlien 500,000 shares- The number of fet-.cks dealt in wne greater than hereto fore repented , being IfcO. The dealings in tiow't., thosgli large, averaging nearly $.1 ,. too par value per day, have re ccntly be--n exceeded- The speculation ha-, eperincsd several moderate reactlonsdur lngtl e week. Including one in thela.-tbour or bu-nefl today; yet, in finite or them, tl e great nw.oilty of the list closes lngler than on lfit Saturday Ttie foundation of the market remains strong; Indeed, it Is in.. (I,iii5 and becoming more substau tial as railway traffic returns come to li aud it is imssfMe that a more ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 September 1897

THE MOKKING TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1897 ai ovist iv .y tbd .vyp to loax -a new FLAN. 510 TO 51,000 TO LOAN ON' HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC., Without removal from possession oTowilsr. You can have the money the day you apply lor Jt. Payments on tue principal, or any amount, will be recelvedataay time, which vrOl lessee cost of loan. LOWEST RATES. MOST DESIRABLE TERMS. No cost to you if loan Is not made Strictly confidential. Please call for further Information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. aall-tf-em CO 2 F st. nw. X.OANS from $5 to sSO to reliable partus; altnj money advanced on uicvoh-b. Kooiu 8, Central Kids., cor. yih and I'a. ave- nv. sel4-7treu LOAMS Rum S5 to 5tB0 to reliable parties; alho luoney advanced on bicycles. Room K, Central BIdg.,cor. 8th and Pa. avc. nvr. aulS-tf H. &. FULTON' loan office, 1218 Pa. aye. nw., iuoiksv loaned ou watches, diamonds, Jewelry, silverware, etc. nplO-Gm LOAWi made upTappkoved collat eml, hicH as lire policies...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 September 1897

10 THE WORifTlSra TIMES, SUNOAT, SEPTEMBER 19, 1897. Fall Clothing. A spic span new stock of Men's Suits, Bovs' Suits, Men's Top Coats, Bicycle Clothing. Men's and Boys' Shoes, Men's Fall Derbys, Boj's' Hats, Fall Neckwear, Un derwear, Hosiery, and all other furnishings for men and boys in all qualities from the cheapest that is reliable to the finest made, and prices are guaranteed to be as low. or lower, than any other house in America asks for similar grades. ROBINSON & CHERY CO., 12tli ami F Sts. X. WT. pztt .tvViErfyi j &mim5m Citv Brevities. A f tnemew-phwcnt sidewalk has been laid Ja F" sitat, on the -west side or the Patent Office. Mrs. WanhhisXon Topham has returned from e. "Js1i"Ui Granttyil. N. J., ami Greater Xow XurK". The - Ctonpucaii Guliery of Art will re open for wjmVws lor'phit-omlng sea sou tomorrow mocilftg. Samuel WUl-um was yesterday sent to jail lu.ir ii oaths f.r stabbing Eva WasUinjroii la the arm with a knife. Colin t? Lodge, No- 10, 1. 0. 0. F.. wi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 September 1897

i I PimY 1 mf I ID. Paaes. BO to D TVASimsrGTOlsr, SUNDAY MOttuSTSTG-, SEPTEMBER 19, 1897. r The Best Shoes in America For the Price. Of a Yesterday we shod more school children than we did ever before in any two g-iven days a clear evidence of how honest, durable Shoes and the lowest known prices are being appreciated. We are going- to-double our sales right along on "Women's and Men's Shoes as well as Chil dren's Shoes. We bought double our usual quan tities of shoes this season contracted for them months ago before the tariff went into effect. As a consequence our selling prices are in many cases lower than other dealers' present buying prices. Aside from this we've added complete lines of the finest Shoes .that were ever made, which we shall sell at lower prices than have ever been known for such qualities. This will be a doubly attractive week. Our Sale of Scliool Slioes Continues all Uic week, and here are Borne of Clie special attractions: "Safe" 75c School Shoes Shoes tliat ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 September 1897

12 THE MOANING TIMES, 'SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1897. A (1 OOD Are not the pleasure and health to be derived from fi& I Jpll If Ml e , v" iff Lj ' late in the fiPiP81! REDUCED 1 KHi 3b? 11 TT iN GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO. Down-town The grand circuit meet is less than one -week uftl That thought is enough Co make ttie pulse or the local cyclists quicken its beat ty half. That interest la tin meet exceed that of all previous events, li'jld la thte dty is indicated la countless ways We Afi" aM the choice boxes were JHiapped np at prices which -were simply marvelous There will not be a single reserved eat hi all the park two clays before Mre meet if the present interest is an laaicaUon. The meet deserves the support of the cyeHet. for the local Cycle Board of Trade ha displayed an itnmens amount ot enterprise and energy m tlieir prenaratijas for It A large sum of money has been spent, and already the expenditures run up into four figures. In tlie htetory of Washington cycle racing...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 September 1897

THE MORNING- TI1V1 ES. ' SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 189T. gjS3 35X93 iX23 4i-A VILLAGE 5333S0SXD- Iler Indies were liardly proportionate lo liar years and Uicse measured three. She . balance Uiciacflctoney by lireadUi, and tod dled about on the fatten, of short legs. She wgt not pretty after the angelio pattern, and was all the more engasing. It vou'tl he difficult for her biographer to isy which wns the more adorabie-her smile, that raoed like u pink radiance from Uie Kft little cMn Ui the crystal blue eyes, or the two perpendicular lines of Uiought and fearful anxiety tlial sometimes sprang iKJjween Uie mobile brown, and generally furnished tlie occasion for stamping her foot at rome rerractory jsubjeet, or were brought into play by an earnest iimistenre oc having t he unanswerable answered with out delay. As i..o-.t ot lier hours -were spent out of doers, and hats 'were antipathetic to her, It foltoved bat row of lier subjects en joyed slgnt of the carvrnlly combed and carlo! lir'e po...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 September 1897

14 THJJ MOENIKG TIMES, StHSTDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1897. mnmJ p. fA I 41 Nsstoaal -"TtocTarrytewn AVidow." Lyta "Too Isle of Cimmpagnc." 0Hntiia -"isarhana tatTiurt,Uy;"OH- rcc bataaoe of t. Academy 'At Tiaey RWge." Grand -"Patent Applied For." JMjM-Cfaef XonwaaflT" and vaudt- vtlte. 3BBBiMMf-ittoe naiBiW Gttietr Com- TOse ojststfoa of CMCCMB late been largely IBsst oat or CM? limitations of merit aad jwonftted to jwach on tfce adjacent pre aotres t topularicy and tfrcumaUUiCC. Oeie are tree Tacuw. no am; of -which am 4 vecfcrated wilhwut, iu msUterailoJi a 3k se of MatKte Adams She l a roiatg vmiM of fNHsooai merit without ftmfL. aod a generous hare of artisik oapacity. e ls tiiefacoliv of -winning iorttoaaahnlratbHi,beiodiicesynitiy fSb tkeraetf . TIwb site fca Charles Fro.t maal And be greatest of these is rroh ntan. Wtttoot Mm Was Adams woaki Iwve been teratld to toto unseen and wastrt Iter sweetness oa the desert air, Kke the tender ktue fiown io the Elegy- Frohnmn wm tier opportun...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 September 1897

THJE MOBOTN& TIMES, SUffD&Y, SEPTEMBER 19, j 897. 75 h THE THEATRICAL HUSBAND. Pleaded to meet youi Thank you, xtsk. That bottle on the shelt behind you, George. "Wlmti Member ot the preft? Well, I'm sure I'm very happy to make your acquaint ance, ar. Herc'b happy days! So, you remember meeting me before? Well, I thought your face was familiar. 1 recollect yours very well now. George, Hit out a lx of goodcigars. You're going Inside, I hope, to tee the ihox? Wfill, I think you'll enjoy It, .and. by the way, when you're writing your notice don forget to run in a pleatant little line al"Bttludam.andif you wuntanythini; that we can do for you, a box for the folks Hi the Wednesday matinee our Sat urday are rnnnlnjr pretty full wiry, juht let ii know, and I'll eeo that you're fixed all right. Oh, fchc cowes on about half-pat ten. ThtVa her name on the progam, Senora Tapiooa, the worlds greatest slack-wire perfortnsr- No, that's not the unic name my wife played under when you knew ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 September 1897

THE MOENINa TJIUES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1897. The Woman BRIDES OF '97. Son York, Sept. 17 The brides of '97 are freod from tin stigma of having made Juliet advances toward their summer lovers a charge which was laid at the dour of more than one bride or 1S9G, when un kind folk insinuated that the October wed dings or last year were the product or leap year proposals. In which the woman in the cans, mads desperate at the prospect of eight years before anothy leap year, took matters Into hpr ivn hand and secured her man while yet there was time. This year, Jjowever, there is no room to suppose that the progress of the various courtships dif fers lu any respect from the old-fashionud wy of doing things. Indeed, all the new faf-hions pertaining to weddings arc decidedly old, paradoxi cal iiiough It ?na teem. Wedding invita tions arc wonted exactly as they were two 3a ago, and as for dress, styles have gone Jiart to the time or the Queen's mar riage in honor of her Jubilee. Americans u...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 September 1897

TBJ5 JMOBKllSGr TIH.ES, SUNDAY, SEFT.EMIJ3R 19, 3897. 17 STPCK BY SrV 'Vo7 'T r- part i. "When I ojteued my offioe in the little -cmiiii . town it CaroboroOKb. "- " I invent. xte wars old I made it a junit t begin i McsA career witu uy second quarter of a century Wuat m' tweuty--slx.h litttiidjy jtrrivMl, and no client lied yoi co.- ii 4u I leli a MtUe bw im pniK .-lUuougta I knew very iwtl liiut Cttvo- wa- uo good rM Uat I should be j; bnt as bujwtig wichom reaso.i is a 1 menial occupation e chuhmhi to the human race, I tell Uiar 1 had as gocd ajrtsi.t "e am Uiet or my fejlow-uemps te indulge U it- lu tl i meant! uo, while wailing for ent. I stjdwd; I seditiously attended the courts aud I tell in love Whether or not U'ifc la-.t-ucnUoncjl 'affair wa. con jiected iu an way AviM. hoping without J leascn. T could uot sy, but IbUH followed the cxa.'ii 1' of III human raoe, and loved WW. tt.e earnestness and steadfn&iueas wlrt i toMtd have beea tad toputUrto Jaw bactuess.tf I had had...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 September 1897

IS THE MORNING- TTHES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1897. It Jfi Mot easy to measure the height of a touuUuu while one Ktanrtsiii l be- si-ad of it. Neil tier is it easy to p(imU;i' the nature or an historical figure while we are no yet farremovod f mm him. Tlus is whv n is better for contemporaries to tici-v i hoiiiselvos with the mile Won "l fa white tney are t availaHe. anil may be n5ihticato(!,iul leaie Jo otitis faitber removed tbe burden of ctasKifica uott, weight t'ii'X ueduciioii. Proxm-in is iki always al.iaule iti i rtlkal estimate It aiiis but does not deduce finals. Histoii ta.1 characters, i-pe-ially, abulia' llaeir own prtipcrlitniit, an.' tlieir projortiou to ea 1nmiim events and pprfcou, littler Iij per Fpprtive . Th'-secouwdratiniiK always tighter a bout a determination or the value of a biography of a nteoiorarv eulelwity. or or a figure bo rwoaUy inoved from the scene or pre 'nt action that be lias been a contemporary of the majority of tlie urvlviii. A criti cd life or ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 September 1897

,a rjT lfif4 threatening weather, witli little, If any, rain; variable winds, and cooler. Circulation yesterday, 23,547 Conies, Daily averag-e last week, 41,846. ONE CEIST. NO. 3,278. WASHINGTON, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1S97 EIGHT PAGES. IE GOLDEN ROLE APPLIED friends Are Necessary to Suc cess in Business. IT PAYS TO HELP OTHERS Tbe Individual Cannot Hope to Suc ceed Id Any Undertaking "Without the Co-aperntion of Hir Fellow men How to Make and Keep Friends. It wos late Saturday night wheu the ne-wsgalherer happened iato the big double store and annex, Nos. 4.15-417 Sev enth street, and be found Mr. Majer sit ting In a rocking chair and verily the great provider looked as If he needed to rest. But, though It was quite late In the evening, and the rush had nearly spent Itself, he explained, half-apologutically, to the reporter that it was the first time he had sat down all day. "I was Jest Drinking.' he mused, reflectively, "upon the cattfieb of the phenomenal growth or our bus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 September 1897

THE ISIOUK.IETO TIMES. MONDAY. SEPTJ3MJBER 20, 1897. with the completest line of fall wearables we have ever shown. Top coats suits hats underwear children's suits in fact, ever3r need that this weather requires. And you'll be delighted with the reasonableness of our prices every one who appreciates quality is. Eiseman Bros., Corner 7th and BSfcs. N. W. No Branch Store in Washington. lira COOK'S DILEMMA Stage Napoleon Arraigned on a Serious Charge. STORY OF MARITAL TROUBLE She Says He Struck Her With a Knife. While He Suys She Spat In His Vtico and Shipped Him 2vot CoiiRuiouK of Using Violence Towurds Her. New York, Sept. 19. -Augustus Cook, ihe actor, was arraigned in Harlem police court yesterday morning on tbe chftrgeof having htbbad his Wife and servant on Friday afternoon, and was held without hull by Mftgtetrate Slmms, to a wait the rcstrit of Ws wire's injuries. Aluboagii It was after a night in a po lice stattoa cell, and although lie was compelled to wait his turn with a th...

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