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THE DAIIiT CRITIC, TI'EPDAT EVENING, OCTOBER 7, 100.
MAT IS SAIP OF THAT INTER
BOTH SIDES AT THE 6IRL WESTKM.
Womm's IftBt-Mtii to Wwwb, nd
ihe Ssmw It Itft-il.
ROMANCE er A T9DM nUlTC l-M rflAfc
Coversd j lit toMtiMaTt'i lair A
UngtJInRt Awtwttt --An Atttek
Witk h a Brain tf Tra,
Somebodj wm sarins; tire other ilajr
that Ibe rmtlve rntngliter of tfo pet to 1
whs not like unto Iter fDimlnw4kr of
New Ett1ml training, ami the arm
parlson wm of court very tnttoh to the
disadvantage of the former. This led
to n rejoinder very ranch like this;
"The truth 19, a great deal of the plall
tudes we hear pronounced a-galnst the
girl of the present day Is a species of
cant. There Is not one young woman
In a thousand to day who Is not caps.
ble of making a more agreeable home
and keeping a more Inviting table
CTery day In the week than the most
accomplished housewife of a little more
than a century ago. Let tho philoso
pher who mourn the glories of tils
grandmother revisit the scenes of his
youth. Let him recall the monotonous
mtnu of the weeks and months that
mndo his childhood years and he will
discover that the cookory anotheoelroil
by memory owes most of Its flavor to
Imagination. Furthermore, any girl
that Is worth marrying can make her
self an adept In all the charming tricks
of the MtoOte In a few months if sbo
finds Its necessary."
Yes, no doubt sho could, and there
are some who do, but how rrmnv are
thcro of that class, asks tho San Fran
cisco Xeits Letter. They ought to Ikj
tho rule and not tho exception. No
doubt a great deal can be truly said on
both side of the girl question, but the
fact remains practically undisputed that
all too many of our native daughters
are not receiving the best possible train
ing to fit them to become wives and
helpmeets for husbands compelled to
economize and struegla for a financial
footing during thelr"early wedded days.
That Is tho condition In which the vast
majority of men must necessarily find
themselves, and tho training of woman
should be novcrned accordingly
How happy and blessed Is the woman
who lives constantly in an atmosphere
of lnvc, says the Detroit Free Prttt, and
yttcn ncount of safe environment
hew little she can understand the wants
rnd cceds, the disappointments and
temptations, the dire necessities of her
ks favored sisters' She doe not under
stand the hungry longing of a starving
heart, for sympathy, appreciation, a
little of the salve of human help and
praise, nor know "how bitter a thing It
Is to look Into happiness through
So, from "want of thought," perhaps
more than "want of heart," she U
bard, uncharitable, unjust, sitting In
stum judgment dally upon those who
have most urgent need of her love, her
sympathy, her encouragement and help.
Only n few days ato I read a book
purported to be wrlttou by a woman, In
which all through she railed bitterly
against her own sex. Among other
anathtmas she hurled was the follow
ing "Show me a brilliant woman, one
capable of turning an epigram or point
ing a satire, and I will show you a
woman whose life Is a perpetual mas
querade, deceitful and Insincere, and
not capable of any true affection."
Another "Women talk as the brook
babbles very pleasant sound but no
depth." We do not have to resurrect
the spirits of the departed French talon
to refute so unjust a charge as this, but
need only to take a scat In" some quiet
corner of our own charming and bril
liant household, where we may gather
up the pearls of wisdom and beauty aa
they drop from Intelligent add cultured
Let us learn a lesson from the "sterner
sex" that of fidelity to one another.
Do not join In the masculine hue ami
cry against woman's sins, her Utile
foibles, harmless vanities and conceits,
but let her who Is entirely fre from
faults cast the first stone at her.
In the appearance of a real 'aid Lead
tbire Is nothing romantle, and yet love
finds a chance at times to surround It
with a halo of sentiment. A wieknd
barber, a fashionable but, neverlheUsw,
w of ully talkative barber, dU-elosea one
( f the sweetest secrets It has ever be-a
uy lot to bear The secret was orUl
ca'ily possessed by the barber aad two
jrung, trusting hearU, but bow It U
known by a More er more of persons.
a'l customers of the barber, awl at last
It rame from one of these to a writer la
tho Boston UtruU. A young nuts of
ir-uy good points, but with bom oa bis
bead, was for five years a victlsa to the
rr niUes of tan tonsortal artist, who
g aranteed to bring hair out oa bis.
fctlny pate, but wae did mot keep bis
w rd. some wen confide their love
."."fairs to their tailors, other to their
! c t. rs and still others to the men who
is !x their cocktails. This youas: wan.
t,rou losing his heart to a sweet and
rr raising maiden, eoandsid his passion
t bis barber. That worthy syiatpa
U.icd with aim deeply, and redoubled
Lis exertions to lure the downy fringe
run the head of liorneo, but without
effect Finally, tho barber aad tint
i vvr iust hope together, and thea it
was that the young man awda a tstnav
Louise dons sot like a bald haou,"
fsH he 'although, of course, wine it
c t unpleasant to her. KewarthasMt,
r-te prefers to have it covered, and so
wc have reached a conclusion. I al
wa said, you know, that I would
Lcverwear a lounae, hut Louise hae
placed the waiter is sue a liht thai I
Lv si-cadaa to her atasiftitt end will
bavc uut uiaile. Louise's hak is juat
tLi tuiur of the fringe over my .
vu see, aau k hangs assay down hajbsr
Lcr waat Star m going to htfrline
i. ugU of it to wake out toupee, and
Llu by jove, I shall be wearing the
dUii hair that ny girl does. UMt
wa- awfully tender about niggaiijsig
1 1 ibis Sweat of hsr, wasn't It?
l 1 tell you, thane is mining so
ufu in life a good girl wkmtkn
: m.o now appeajcela public adorned
dxw huad of hanaojna chjtatnut
v uvpcriesjMOf two yaaca and aOM
. , .lute olska whawin steady too
iiu GSsp.oyed hu set uty fc
uliUXt gtOJUtl WOUiU alifffi
It U not (he womanly woman nor The
brainy woman, nor In tho main the good
women wbo have Influence la poHrtcal
ofdee. It Is the sfcrewd, toedtpfowatle,
trie grasping and the uiifwinclpled wr
go to the front. We have enough ot
that order nf mtnd and morale among
men already. To Increase the demotalf
7atlon of partt politics by WI totnfs
element wotiM m like brotOenfnf the
pnenftel of a fiofscfrerl stfetim or iwttrNti
Inga hydrorhoMc cnr.
Women are either the nob!t crea
tion of God or the meanest. A wd
woman Is Utile lew than an angel . a btd
woman Is conWraNy mot than a
dtTll. And by bad women I do not
wti women who drink, or siwrt, ot
frequent brathen. The chief weapon
of a bad woman h hr tongne. With a
lie she can do more deadly work than
the fellow In the Bible did with the
Jawbone of an ass. Untruth Is tk
fundamental strata of all evil in a bad
woman's nalnre, and with It she Is more
to b dreaded than many men with re
volrtfTs. There Is absolutely no pro
tection from a lie. The courts cannot
protect from Its venom, and to kill a de
tainer and a falsifier is not yet adjudged
as legalised murder.
The same writer morallres on the
misfortunes of Uie late Hobert Hay
Hamilton as follows' The ending of
Hobert Hay Hamilton'i life by drown
ing closes the story of a career as sad
ami romantic a could be found In any
Action the wide world over. Of a fam
ily distinguished more for tlneafte than
for wealth, although of princely mean,
this man owed the wreck of his man
hood and the blight ot an honored
namo to the wiles of a beautiful adven
turess. The worst calamity that can
befall either man or woman Is to fall
victim to a spurious love. Better totter
Into the laws of death at once than seek
to live a life not worth living after the
vampire breath of an unwoithy attach
ment has fastened upon your (lonor. A
womnn who will snare a man for greed
Is bis moral and physical death lnsar
natcd. The patt she plays Inthls world
Is the part of the summer fly that sets
the germ of hopeless decay In the fruit
while still In blossom.
The New York Ltitger would Invoko
the wrath of the moro excellent sex on
the head of an ungallant, cold-blooded
anatomist, who thus libels the caput of
The type of the female ftkull approaches,
In mniiy respects, that of tlie Infant, and In
a still sreatmlegreethatof the lower races;
and wltli this Is connected Hie remftrknble
circumstance that lite illlTereneo between
thetexe as regards the cranial cavity In
creases with the development of the race,
so that the mite Kuropean excels much
more tbe female than the necro tlie negress.
How does this audacious anatomist
account for the fact that nature has
given woman an Influence over man
more powerful, more par pet ml than
man's over woman? From birth to
death man takes help and healing from
woman's band under all the most
touching circumstances of life; she
succors him In Infancy, oothes blm In
manhood, supports him In sickness and
in age. Such lulluence as this, begin
nine at the spring of life, and acting
In all its most trying moments, must
deteriorate or Improve man's character,
must dimUh or Increase bis happiness,
according to the moral and Intellectual
gradations of woman. It Is sheer non
sense, then, to talk about "the Inferior
ity of woman's brain." Her brain Is
simply different from man's, not In
ferior. A contributor to one of the current
magazines, with what seems a singular
lack of gallantry to the Albany Journal,
avers that the average woman is In pub
lic much more Impolite than the average
man. Starting with this assertion be
enlarges on the lack of consideration
displayed by women In shops, on the
sidewalk and la public conveyances,
with such lucidity and cogency that the
reader, however reluctant, Is forced to
tbe conclusion that he is right. Of
course the accusation can apply to the
average womau only, for everybody
knows that a considerable proportion of
the h are invariably as careful of the
rights of others as they are of their own.
This common heedlessness is not with
out Its causes.
Jlen are to a great extent dependent
on one another. Kach of them knows
that If he puts himself forward unduly
at tho expense of bis neighbor tbe
chances arc that hu will be made to nay
for It sooner or later In a more or lees
disagreeable manner. Women, on tbe
contrary, are dependent on their hue
bands and friends, but wholly Inde
pendent of tbe crowd of strangers or
acquaintances with whom they may
happen to be thrown in their excursions
abroad. Moreover, they have been
taught to expct deference from alt
wen, and when in the bury of tbe mo
ment this is netclected they feel un
reasonably aggrieved. They are un
able to distinguish between tha busi
ness quarter of a town and their own
drawing-rooms. So tbey push and
struggle and weary clerks in crowded
shops, board crowded horse ears with
tbe expectation that some man will
jleld up bis seat, seek to be tirst served
at tbe ticket offices of theatres and rail
way stations, block up sidewalk and
passages aloag w hlch others wish to
pass, fail to keep engagements, and in
a hundred different ways show thai
they are unmindful of the conveniens
of others. To crown all, they are con
tinually on tbe lookout for fsaetad
slights which they avr fail to reaant
if it is possible to do so. Women in
public show their worst side, and it is
safe to say that not oae in tea reaUsas
the figure she tuls. If she did aha
woula become as deferential as tha
most Cheaterfieldian among her mala
relatives. It k mainly through Igno
rance that aha era, and doubtless a
little wbolasomc agitation of tha qusa
tion wiil lead to an ahatwnent of what
does not fall far short of being a public
Fell Fnuu a SauHutd.
While engaged at work on a huthHag
at tha corner of Jftfth and II
streets aosthwast yasawday aHafsuon
John II. Teyritt inM fnssn a saintfnsn1 and
taken to has
i, imM street aorth-
S)sc Title i: Sm CH,
kVpMhcfcats) CtmayNalaWtsv Whii ahaU
w V, Hi. sntassmi. in ca w low
Oh, wa ssustrtsnthAnaoosiaSr
Tk 4400 to 4tahNE 4 sWHM sld
BQQA Vnfit Int AiUfnnnnnnntf snttfl nuntnMuk" innnnd
Ppuf vg sssj" vpnswnsjssspHB FS' sWlssnw wmsssn"
iks tv. Jnr. Ar.
"sVgal vhat spicy raadfeag H saskai'"
put in Mr. FooUates-
iUe FU tlng Cuiiau tud us
eW sssJsonway scarsisa and furavtd
ioi atUSL'tlve Icatum at the laJustrUI l
iJ yoatefdav ui ictobrittiuu of "fiaruMB
1J). Tbe popular u4 ejtfsrurtaUur luau
s.cr ui Liu- euotSMV Mr R 8 WiJJi
LoUibe, uul Ltw U.aJ of UK Ji, U uil
tLt. LiJ-3 uil 4j;oUq xu4 I iuii.,1 Uuft.o
iuir UI) a y olu .Jill, ill! ' .1.1 V
THE TIMES ANSWERED
A PITT! RBK.T TO THi SNtntS Of
1 tMwer fi- Onm Wiw Jteer Ktt-
etl-Ihi Iliwer Ittr KtII J JTew
Ift8HHfSM TThul It
Sui In 'in.
Every kind American heart has been
moTerl to Itrdlgnation by the brutal arti
cle in the Lowim Ttmm ot Thwrtday
last, rrefcrTWnf the moTeriteht for the
relief of swfferlntr. In Ireland m a
"bosrni famine boom," and sneering at
it as an electioneering dodge on the
part of "the party bosses and wire
pullers of all sorts" to win Irish votes
in tbe comlnc elections This
msrnKDiTBD asd meiiKrurAm.s skws-
has the impudence to tell the American
cl 1 1 fens who are moving for the relief
of Ireland, first, that there Is no famine
or imminent danger of famine, and,
secondly, that It is an Impertinent In
trusion for them to meddle In a work
of philanthropy which belongs to the
British Government and the British
"There is an executive government In
Ireland,'" says the 7Vmrs with a sneer,
"that Is primarily responsible for the
lives ot Its subjects. The appeal of the
committee with splendid consistency
Ignores the existence of this country.
Its governments, ami Its people." And
tbe London JVmes sties on with
to ask: "Do Sir. Wilson ami lilt friends
soberly Imagine that they can persuade
America that the English people, whose
magnificence In all good work Is known
to the end of tbe world, would tolerate
the shame of seeing their own fellow
citizens suffer hunger unrelieved T
When has any land, cause or people
appealed In vain? Is it to Ira supposed
that to the distress of Ireland alone' the
charity of Britain Is closed?"
TI1K DIBKCT AXWKK
to these humbug boetts Is to be found
In the editorial columns of this same
newspaper of fortv four years ago. On
April TO, IS 10, the terrible year of
starvation for Ireland, the London
Timer made this Inhuman reply to the
pathetic appeal from across tho channel:
What doe the Irish party expert Is the
Slate to do all, and Individuals nothing? Are
we, the people of KneUnd, to furnish all
the money and I lie landlords of Ireland to
put It In their pocxets In I lie shape of rent
guppste It to lie true that the measures
hitherto attempted for the relief ot Ireland
have not answered tbe expectations of the
country, wbat iloet this prove' What but
that to feed a starving nation Is a tssk be
yond the ordinary power of a (loTerninent'
Tho men of Ireland appealed for
food fur their starving wives and dying
little ones, and thu London Tim re
piled "Are wo, the people of England,
to furnish all the money, and the land
lords of Ireland to put it In their pock
ets In the shape of rent r"
At that time hundreds of thousands
of nun, women ami children in Ireland
.iimm;tki.y without root).
In that year of grace 1HI0 a'one 2?ft,
000 people were starved to death In Ire
land, and In the dreadful six years
which followed more than 1,000,000
human beings perished on that Island
from famine or from the pestilence
that resulted fiom the famine.
The London limit Is now good
enough to say that when the awful
emergency ot IMS appealed to the sym
pathy of the world the American people
ulp!ayed a 'noble charity; but we search
In vain through the editorial columns
of the Timet of that period for a single
word designed to stimulate the gener
osity or the English people. The In
fluence and power of that newspaper
were then almost limitless. It had not
then by stupid and
CUIMINALT.Y niSHOSKiT MANAOEMEXT
fallen to an Inferior place in English
journalism. It could have saved thou
sands ot human lives by presenting in
food season the dire necessities of
relaml to that magnificent British
philanthropy to which, as the Tiuu now
boasts, no land, cause or people ever
appealed In vain. Old men ami women,
perishing of hunger, and babes starving
In their dying mothers' arms cried out
to tbe London Time for help and food;
and the only response of the Tim was
the heartless paragraph which we have
already quoted, and, a fortnight later,
this magniloquent disquisition on a state
of affairs which It made no effort to
remedy, but pronounced hopeless:
What la to Le done with Ireland? W bat
I to be dose for Ireland? On all other
questions liuauui sagacity finds its due,
human experience utters It orueles, human
charity traces Its iuImIou. But here ex
perience, eharlty ami sagacity are alt at
fault. Tln,wbtch accumulates rich spoil
from tbe frsgmeiit of empire, and pours
tbe full tide of aaeleut inemoria to Illus
trate and to guide tbe statesmen of tbe
ptetsat dy, n rMrrl uotbtag trow the
storehouse of antiquity which eau enlighten
or reward tfce wanderer In tbe labyrinth of
Irish polity. Tbe blaehiMss of thick dark
ness is gathered over the future, the giooaa
of sin and suSTertas; overshadow the past
of Irish history. Dae by one, each anion
ot our commercial or our international
policy ha been promulgated and afllrwd.
H i have learned the art ot vulonUl do
minion and of foreign iaMueuce. Ws have
esUUithrd the theory of trade, and ex
Uiultil the privilege uf loustituthmal
liberty, but we have uot learned how to
got era Ireland.
Is there here a sufficient answer to
tha questions asked by this organ of
Injustice and this Instrument of nasrt
kss erime which now Impudently warns
the American Belief Commlttae to desist
ftoui an enterprise undertaken la tha
name of common humanity r
Twa Workman Injure!.
Yesterday afternoon the second door
of the building owned by tha Wash
ington Gaslight Compaay la tha Third
Precinct save way. prettpitattag two
workmen n a wail Jamas Carr and John
Wriah to tha lour below. Tha former
bad his left foot badly crushed and tha
iatlar iHisUiaad a fracture of tha skull.
Carr was taken to his noma, 753
Tws)sy-fourth strati notthwaat, asal
Welch to tiil L street northwest, in At)
The w Wuntaa UaaWgai.
iiroas B. But he, lint nawiy-ap-pointed
ward of tha District jail,
this allntsmflst fiuniassad M hnetd of
$&.unj. list bondsmen wane Michard
Qqndafrflr' and Oncar Hauk. Tjansn i
ttsdittitanl sassssnesion asnostg tha Oransi
Amy man o
the) JvaVsifs ;
over ute selection luaon oy
Jtr. turu u an -cosn-
Mrkdoa of tha fotosaag.
Msisl ssMsnt )na4 FaWnf fW tf frlft XM)sapalQAn9 Sft
tfcw &owttMwl kpArtmsV H wUl
sMsinnUlsW r 9HXm k Iwt JsInU W ftiiWIfW
MnWEsstf IstesihWnW WWE snsaMMnad fe tln
toUmOm vmmt to day Joaawst 3teC.
Cnxaot) of nVafchrnita Cwiaty, V,,
and UabaUa hfcA'uBough of Ausstn.
TM, UvU C OawsiTasvi KelUe M
Buins. Robert L Lohumyer ami Sarah
. Tate of Kkkiuood. Vs. Williaui
Miks and Sarah Thouuss.
For Malar in, Livr Trou
ble, or Indigestion, use
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
MINISTERS Iff C0DR01L.
An iMipenant Jbitiw nt th l.ntMii
9yw eemnvwwert T-irt.
Thw Lutheran Memorial Chww w
well Hired this afrernooti, WlrevJ lh
commenrtment of the SBTMrtf-rrfst aA
ntml convention of the LrrtlMM Synod
of Maryland besran Its labors. tts
the moot hnportant nwetifig of minis
ters thai has taken place In this dtfroj
scare time. A membership of awwrt
18,fWK) was represented M the 1 riele
fares, who represented 115 chrrraMstn
Marylard, rgtnla. Tnnsy1ranr,' the
Dlsirlct and West Virginia.
The synod was called to order shortly
after 3 o'clock, when devotional exer
cises were indulged In for half an hour
The convention then proceeded to elect
officers and provide for Its organization.
This evening at t 30 o'clock synodlcal
communion will be administered and
an address delivered by Hev. M. Val
entine, president of tbe Gettysburg
To morrow business sessions will be
held at 9 a. m. ami 8pm. and in the
evening addresses will be made on
home and forelcn missions Dr. Albert
of Baltimore and Rev. M. E Mc81nn of
Union Ilridae will speak on home mis
sion, and Iter. W. P. Evans of Balti
more, llev. II. Delk of H age rs town ami
Iter. Dr. Scboll will make the addresses
on foreign missions, llev. II. S. Cook
of Way nesbttrg will also probably speak
on education at this meeting. Thurs
day morning and afternoon sessions
will he taken up wtih business matters,
and the evening session will be devoted
to the licensing of young men who
have spent the past two years In theo
logical study ami have passed the ne
cessity examination. The ordination
address nn this occasion will lie dellv
ered by Rev. Dr. Jlorrls of Baltimore.
PENSION BUREAU WORK.
337, Oil nn tlie Jtnll nt Urn Hint er
tho I.nut I'lnonl Vcnr.
The annual report of Commissioner
Itaum of the Tension Bureau shows
that there were at the end of the last
fiscal year 587, MI pensioners upon the
rolls, classified as follows: Army In
valid pensioners, 802,801) ; army widows,
minor Children and dependent relatives,
10-1,-lOOt Invalid pensioners, 5,271,
navy Widows, minor children ami de
pendent relatives. 3,100, survivors of
the war of 1913, 413, widows of soldiers
of Ihe war of 1813, 8,010, survivors of
the Jlexlcan war, 17.108; widows of
soldiers of the Mexican war, G.7CM.
There were 00.937 original claims al
lowed during the year, being 11,710
more original claims than were nllowed
during the fiscal year 1&0, and 0,833
more than were allowed during the
fiscal year 1S88. The first payments In
these 1)0,037 original cases amounted to
.a2,17P,8-11.18. being 11.0W,ll 05
more than the first payments on the
original claims allowed (luring the fiscal
year of 1HS9. and f 10.170,393.72 more
than the first payments on the original
claims allowed duilng the fiscal year
lPt. The average value of the first
payments on these original claims for
ltwO was f 185.71. The average annual
value of each pension at the close of
the fiscal year was fllUI 01.
, It Btny lie.
Tough Character (entering theatre)
Do yer pass tier profesht
Manager Yes; but I don't know you.
Tough Character Hain't my looks
'miff ter 'dentlfy me? I'm one o' der
sew pugilistic stars.
Manager (quaking) Pass in'
Tired of Autocrncr,
m Iks ,aA4tU Mr.
The country Is very sick of littler
Itecd, and it Is sincerely to be hoped
that the rule-or ruin policy he ami his
party have adopted lu Congress will be
rebuked In November by the election
of a majority of Democratic Congress
men. A ThBUElitfu! Customer,
yrm Omit .Yi.
Druggist (awakened at S a. nt.)
What do you wish?
Voice (at the door) If you'll let me
look In your directory to see bow to
address this letter I'll buy the postage
stamp of you.
Frm Ui Imiiin ay ttit Jmtrnal.
'WIckwIre Mudge tells me he had
a tough time of It during his vacation.
Says he had to borrow money to get
Yabsley He was In better luck
than I was. for I was tbe man who had
to loan It to him.
It's, Aut Oailiw,
Vm tU MlniuatelU Tribiau.
Now that Sam Jones has made him
self rich, people are beginning to call
blm the Kev. Samuel Jones. In tbte
country it l a short step from Sam
Jonas be d d to Samuel Jonas, D. D.
Pram IAm Lamtmc Awutici.
Dauber Here's a new pieture I've
just nakhatl. Where shall I hang it
Maulstick (critically viewing tha pict
ureV H'm! Don't year think hang
ing s too good for H? What's tha mat
ter with electro utkwr
tt'uihluKtau btGlc llxebuuee
Sales Regular Call 13 o'ekade aa.
1). L. 8.94s, InM at VW. feUajrfcm sod
Sol. Uouu.lt. R.lSUdJl; 19 at an. gigg
Ins. Co., W at Sj, too at . Canttol and
XoHb O street K. a.S at as, Oms. and
rtotacTiL,UtI3. Wash. Loan and
TnuiCo., m at 4; 100 at t.
lilsceUaueous Bonds V. . Ele-.tric
Light 1st, tt's, 101, V. 8. Klecuk light,
K-kl-'aj, lag, W A . CouverUUs o's,
US, Masoute flail Am'u, S's, C ltalt, loo.
ttssh. Xsrkat la, 1st Mort., ', no.
Hash. Market Co., Imp , ', IW, lal'd A
aeabuard Co., , C IdWT, ; Wash. Lt.
Infantr). 1st, , ltJSMU OT, Hash. Lt. Iu
fantri. id, 7 WW, 7, Wash. Ua Light
Co.,r . i,Xlia, Wash. Gas UgMCo.,
Ser. , ft, IS), Higeutc IceCo, 1st Hurt ,
6' , , Aamrkan Security and Trust, UsJ.
Kstkmal Bans; merits Banlr of wasfa
ingtos, 4S0. Bank of Bepunue, W. Metro
miliias, 870, Central, iajO; ancund, ddu,
Urmer and Tierhsnles, 1W, CtsUens', lJv;
CohissHs. ITS. CapfctsJ.lhr: West End, W.
Traders', 136 J, Iiouda, HT.
Pyiir, atochs Wsstiinj-tifi) sud
Ucurgsiown, , slssopHtsn, 'V, Co
lunksls. 7. Causol udKuitt U Street,
au, tlikUigtou and noMmts' Home, "
CeorgetuMa JudTeuusilyWw,i; Brlght
wot J, .
lusurance iatutjt4--'ueuen's. sg, Vraak
Un, 411. MatsonBtWiin, ; h'attunal Titioo,
ai, trllartoii, ltsi, r'fr-'rtl sm: Qalum
tl, Ui, Carman aaiarUati, Wu; rutouuv,
So. Biggs, . Peotue's,; Ltuemn, H-
Title Insuraate gto.ks Baal ksutt
Title' . ' '"" """
Uasand hleeulphtWuek Wajhtag-
W"' Psf 9&i essnispsnnsssp VRsiHsj ssnea w
Beitrfc lign, ishji.
TesssJSMan nsorks jsssssytssnaa. ,
CtnissBeaka and IWuusc, "4ueuu
hfisi'fUsMilHS ""-'' - m' -' ' Vjtr
sat CoTWsbW sWHTsiute
Co.. 3JU; Vast US ka t3ew, ; gall
Sun Vvuiw Co., ik shwal se lx
pudt, 89; Ws-aligtou Safe Beposit, un
V ishlnaton Loaa 1ml Taunt Cat. 41. N'a
tkdul Bmassmse. WL laBanLSuA! 1 1
fr'r sn saBjsisBiesBSjBBnwssssT
snsMisnaint van tssx
Wi uisu and Trust Co.,
HKitbk lie Co
RE WAS TOO SMART
no a Watt iret felnt ft
nnte wtiii his w-Tti-r,w,
Frrm thr Vt - Tnrt Y.
A Wall street fhi meter Who Is sup
pvjaetl to be worth b een fiO.ono OOfl
sird fSO.oort.orio wan taking to a friend
You know my son In law." said he.
'Wei', he Is smart, tn fact too smart
to pleae , Lntt night I rooVl
town with him on the elevated fond.
I wanted to talk about my daughter,
but he talked tmMnes. He gave me a
qnlet lip -Buy St. Lowls snI ?an
Franciro, 1d he. 'It's a sure thing."
The next morning I brmght SOD shares
at 58 TV hen I went home that after
ncrn It was down to 37. That is my
smart son In law. But I got even with
blm, te' I was going to give my
daughter a present of Lake Shore bonds
I will make her a present, but It will be
the Pt Lords and San Pmneieco stock
T hee young men mtitt'not be permitted
to think we old chaps are out of the
The stock was sent to tbe daughter
with the explanation that the original
intention was to have the present con
sist of Lake Shore bonds, but as her
husband had such a fancy tor St. Lours
and San Franclco Ihe character of the
gift had been changed. And the smart
young son In law went away to brood
over the question whether it was safe
to tsmprr with the good lodgment
of one of tbe old school financiers.
Tlie MeKlnter Abnrillty.
Yam rkt Ctortetttm Xev nnd ro'trtn
f The triumph of ihe monopolists and
of their agents appears, Indeed, to lie
complete. Their latest measure of op
pression and extortion is the most sweep
ing that they have ever devised. But
unless the signs of tbe times are read
amiss by thoughtful men, ami even by
some of tbe shrewder spirits among
their own number, they have com
mitted a fatal error tn defying popular
sentiment as they have done. That
ten time nt Is bound to assert Itself
anew, and to grow stronger every day,
and when It next has tlie opportunity
to make itself felt it will not only sweep
away the new Tariff law, but win sweep
away the whole protective system with
From A .Vw Tvrk I.Klftr.
"What a lovely face Sirs. Augur has
In repose perfectly beautiful! Don't
you think so?" satd an enthusiastic
yrung man to a grave old gentleman,
"1 can't say; I never saw her face In
"Indeedl" exclaimed the'young man.
"Then you are not Intimately ac
ijualnted with the lady?"
"M-n-o; I'm her husband," said the
grave old gentleman.
Will Ilelt the I'iiiinnri.
From thi St. Lonii AspuMh-.
The Kansas farmers seem to bo gel
ling a little anxious about thoe $1.0K)
bullion nolea ot Mr. Wisdom's, but
they must not be Impatient. It they
wilt only wall until tbey get them, they
can raise their mortgages at once and
be eternally'grateful to tbe llepubllr in
party for "relieving agricultural de
pression." Slionlil lie TIimI Down,
W ebbfoot (the entry cletk Don't you
think I'owderly must have been a dry
goods clerk In bis younger days?
Superintendent Donovarum Why soT
Webbfoot Because lt comas natural
for him to tie up and call off.
WlioUl Tnke Ilia Hint.
From tin i-rou oUtv TUilno$.
This ofilce I receiving some fine
speciojens of fruit ami vegetables, and
If somebody will send la some quail we
can have one square meal.
KBang-MACK.-iB MewYoric Satnrdav.
July i, 1SSQ. by the Rev OUw A. grown.
Charts r7X ofXsw York to Mary Wml
Mack, daufthtar of the late Ootoaei Osear A.
KKYWOKTU Joseph BuiTuah Kr
worth, iunvf Juhuaua Mary A ToHrKr
Puneral WlneIar, October h, at S p ra .
froai tbe resilience uf hi parents, lWT It
Mcr.KE.-tn Oetobsr S, tsW. at 8.J6 o'clock.
after a long astl painful lllae, Benwnl Mc
tiee. In the tiTth rear of hi aju
Funeral will take pjftee nt hi late nttdeae,
S60S PenasilTaala avenue aorthwest, on
Wednesday at M a. m., aatl thence to M
Stephen's Cburvh, where nwi wUl be U tor
tbe repose ot his soul. NeUUves aad friends
arc tarried to attend
TALTY - On Holiday MoraUs-, Oetober ,
ISM, at e to o'ekK-k, Michael Tslty, la the SOU
year uf hie age
nuwrat from his late residence, 114 F street
northwest Wetlneuiay moraUu at S o'clock.
Bis b rsquUHB buss at M. Pe'riek's Cbaieh at
MS u'olovk Helatlves and frieadstavttea to
COOK. At her late residence. No ATI See
mil street sortbeast, on the Sth instant Ida
M WteduB. the beloved wiree Koalefe (ut
after hwc and petaral Dine waieh she
Ik.n with (IsHstlaJi lot thud aim leete a
buband and tour thiMreu
OAUfcON -Mary Luol". liaujhte of P rr
Carsun. at her fstbeV resUeace, MS Fena
kflvsaia avenue uorthwl, Muattsy.at a.iM
ii m . alter a lun and pstulul lllnesi Bore
DAhl8Y-Oa MobJst. IX lobar .li
w , Mrs. Elixubeth i. Parley, wklow of tbe
late Frauk Osilef. in her th jeer
Fuaeeal from kr Hie resblcaue. ill1
seuii aseaue. V rdedr. Oetober S. t n
m Keiative and frbads invited. So
sTSWAKT -On tmadar evetiinc, iVtober
5 st V. Dabr gitMrarsTMad S years and 3
I'lUlXlPk Oa MUaidar. flbtorwr L MM.
at It a. .. George I FMups, aswd a) year
b,OLy.-At l reseeat llty, FU . oa tXt-iber
I 1-J8. WuSim M Kalh.IntheSMyearofhis
sUOHPUsUt -Deiarted this lite sectsai
ber. hW. at saS) p as . Ftetehar Ceiesbr
Msmnaer uf suBathana auad If seam
Moiias.soB of WsJter and Helen M
MAGgfMM-liepsneJ this lire October i,
lm at lilt a b . K4sx Forest VasTtider.
ii dlL.hii.ji sed it )sar sad ttasuath.
son or Wsltsr F sad Ueiea M Itasruder
TUOstsl.-Departed thl Uie oa Oetober
la. bane M Tooaib
ALTKSt -uo tMobtr 0. IMS) kUtle, tbe
bjatovaa dkusluer ot rraak and lusabetb
!, altera short Ulaess
Funeral fros tu.r uareats residaace, Mu
un stiib suaat atnet.on Wednasdar.
October ft, t M o'clock a a Jteuviier.i
atass at the ( Unieh of tbe laistaeelaia Cou
il lion at o'cloek Belexivas aa4 friends
sxe respsotiully iavned to irtsne-
49 tstosjr OOnJ
Xos ready tut tha sSeraaeof Faraittue.
Fwaes. satvai wi, HmssnTistsaars, Troaka.
ts.aaa ucina sssscHBt nva
9m$ ssMf asencaan ay aapefis- yasre
l r mail or
('aj: and "" -
wwapaone pnnrouy sawuucu w
iucr Telvuhona thi Mt.
ernamwg swnuM pssa
tgwsY am uv ot;n
ssaseaoaaortae stoat oi
tbbttSat oattats itirjiP- T sTsu,,
T SltilBe" t artinn" I SfMsWI
sua. MuCaEertf la the ot'I oat su
Oft'f oat iu
oonnct frsiiw DMnafautarer In !" ity Cj. 1
sad . her Bew shuisia Ulua c'o 4 1 ij
, -C- ijt straw and 'oil l.n ' ol t
a.wot t - iidc.r prc.-
of talmj by the ne or tho
Ant Ia4y or wntleman
with any kitrf of m
Metnliri hnl4 five It a
trial nathfaetwm gitar
anicit PoMtlvfly re
movws frfckie. rtianlw.
blarli hea1. moth patrh,
ioTiiine anrt all iHaes the kin lhir to.
PMC fl ARB St rR BOTTL.
WatrantiMl to reejovesnperflaoa hair 'rom
thr lave ami arnshl SrWntewItrwnt Inlnry
!o t? moet teneale k.
pyeeTHat at otBce.
NW TOiMt tOtt.lt TO.,
fa. ate. arrt ih -t .
ECTJIKA COttJdtTOt JT-. IBHT8
J.J1.. --- -- -
tt HAVWW COK TO OT R SOTti R
THAT OTHglt BBSrrt BA B BBaTf
SfSTTtttt mOSH OVR URW
A3SB CAttttJ "AV8T,,, Rone
BBRimr sn-wt to on wuimtY
rATKOKB ASTJ TB fTOlW AT
1.AMBR THAT FROM AST) AfTMt THtS
ATK Att, CORKS tSB IS BXTTO.tSO
"FArST ' WIIA IHt BrU!nSD
WITH THK tRTTRRS "A. B B. A." OH
TOT AB BtrrTOM AWB TUB WORTI
"FAr 03 TE 9!H
AMHITJitR-RtJirR BREW1MQ ASWJ
0S4t WA8R1W9TOM BRANCH.
jgpneOTlCl TO TAXPATBRS.
CouLkcroe or Tat O. C.
rnrsnant to the ptvvMonsof the act up
proved Ortober I. !W. all artMraaesof wn
eral tw prior to July t. Tw, ami asses
meets for special Improvemeats. IncltHlInc
the laylnc nf water malm, row doe to, and
the lien for which are held by the IMstrhit of
rolnmbla.mar Ik paid until ocTntlRK St,
law. with per rentnm Inten-nt In Hen of the
rate and penaltleo nnr fined by law, and all
K. (. DAVIS,
ocSjSnt roilec-tor ofTaxes. I). C
ROCMDALK CO OrUKATIVK (SO-
clstr Members of this socletv In tMM
tension of the trade osnl to Al'I.IL, 18S1, ami
Interested In the matter of cos I end wood
hoe lit can on tbe amiersuraru nerore uum
HRR T for Information, eti - V T. Lonely, ana
A st n e. Ast'1 Dp : Wnlth Thompson. IIMB
rrinif.lf ssd r. Plv War Iept ; I.. Van
ilithoef.ll French t, Bu. Mat.; K C Ffcw
cettiStSMsfn ave n e. Fourth And otfjJ. R.
McCabe.SS Sri st n a. r O Jiept : U. W Smith,
?I B st s w, (J. M. off.; U Y tinnt. 1110
8tn w. Sixth And off : L. R CrUlloy, 70S
I. t n w, Ren s off , Trra,: John Morrfaon,
tt' K t n w, renlti off , Ur. Joseph Jonv.
tSIS Pn. are n w, Kitrr Oen ' off; Kilw-tnl
Uxton tn II rt n . Oo rn't "ff.: J W.
Hnrhfi. Wis nt n . Ch Room. Tre By
onleroftbe commlttc. .1. V. HAK.sllA.c
rctary. srH tm
KajT'tMT KEUIVKt). bH.WIltTR,
lite return, av. opposite WllUrd'n ltti
Thousand lio far and Hear visit tr W'hMe'o
establtshment for relief frost and avnldanee
of carat, bnniont, diseased nail and all
nlher foot trouble riour. 8 a. m to n n. m
uadayii. 9 to 13. offl"e fee, fl per vllt for
pul tins the feet Id good order. Xtah!litie.l,
(aoecessor to Henry Lee't Sons).
Uraaeh OflKc. S Marvland ave. . w.
AtrANTKP-BOYTOBfM AX KLRV 'TOR;
1 1 not tiRderlSyeamiface. Apply at Room
T, ll.'-IN Vara. 7t
"lrANTBD-A NEAT WHITE (I1IH, As
Y iiurae for tafaat experlenee and best uf
references reqiilretl Innnlre II Cut B e. 7 St
-7ANTKD-A WOMAN TO COOK AND
it do chamber work in a Bial! family; must
have Brut-da references Apply at VMA
Hth t b w. T it
irANTEO-SBTn ED WHITE OR COL'D
I woman as oook; must have refereaee
and stay at nhrht. Apply at VK I st a w.
ANTED- IIJl h ST. A YOUNQ COL H
man as waiter: also some one to ween
dlslie-and belplnklu-ben 7-at
ANTED-A WHITE I.IHL OR ORN
eral honsework: most be a eood oook
washer and Iroesr; watte HO. Apply at
TANTED-TWO WHPrK OIKLS.ONKTO
i oook and aih and oee to Co ohember
work and assist nursing a small child. Call
at 1U 8 st B w. at t or 5.20 p. w 7 St
7ANTBU-A BOY WHO CAN READ
I manuscript Apply st tbU office.
"WTANTED-WmTE WOMAN; NO OIRI.S
1 1 need apply, for ebaulMrnuid
ehaulMrmaid, bet city
Apply 1W5 (j i st m.Mt
r ANTBD-A HOY TO ATTEND TO Horse
a mate uimseugeaeraiiyUMWUi; must
f raid of work Apply an3 Mas, ave.
But be a
TANTED-A WOMAN FOR UKNEKAL
I houeework. while: with rcfereaom
Apply Horn S to p B. 71 K t St
YITANTED-A SnaTTTLBD WOMAX TO
1 1 eook. wah and iron and make herself
aeBvrally usefal In a small family, Call, i to
ins miu si n w OK
rANTKD TWO WlifTE I.IHI ONE TO
c-ook and wash. Ihe other to dOKc-serel
nousewiirK lu tnsu ramuy. Appiy immeai
ately KSsKIave 8 St
AlfANTED-A BOY TO DRIVE A BHEAII
wagvo, one who ha worked at bakUuc
preferred ats L at a w lit
A V AXTK'i-A BXFBIUnJiORO WAIT-
res aj.d ha ib her at Id, referee aa. SSI
7AMTRB-A OIWL TO DO QEKERVL
i hausewosk: euud refereaees mooireo.
ninny ttmsa ave b e
7AMTBD-BY A MhaFaVl rABUt HOLD
auru piace aamoeravua or waiintts
la first class I
TAMTKD-BT atnFS."rABLE WOSUX.
1 1 some lauaory work 'o take hueae as av
ear by tbe day Apply ie D st a w and 4k
33 t t u w TJt
f AliTED-BY BlUl-ECTAaLECOUsSUnB
It zir' iituatioB a nurse or cbaBther-
BMid. tcood mraieaeas
W1L1 lAMaOK. 1819 G t a w
rATED-BY A W111T VOMAM. air
i nation a Inr-alasa buudrea. aaad ret
esee-ew. Call or aihrre tsH M t a w (St
-ArABTSD-BY A BhiBCTAJtLJt O
fti a I'laee a chambermaid l r
or Lady s meW; can five references ipply
OH Marlon ,t '1st
7 ABTBD-BV KOPB TABLE lOLOBBD
1 1 man a pcuku & messeacer, inasi
French and apaalsb, sooJ inference. 14
dres X I; Bast FrsnkUn st iUltimore.
VTAKTED-BY A KSPEcTAL WHITE
-VBTBi-TWO PKrUBaUaBKU SsMNn.
) (or lady and son to the tielaty of
nvsw ork v ana tttb st. tent not to ea
ansa it IdkLre- lit', c'ritio oSJWe U
" sip sWsi5'SlaaBje' 5WnwlM w PBVR
WWW PitatfhUBllf aousla, with
pearer. coud ahwa&or senkeand first
elans hutltorsh'i-, U. the FOeT BCIUWW.
lor rent at torn rates to tun el tenants.
Apply to annuo KVTtams, w Fst
sVBi!4ia. or sUlUUk anwenn
T AWE WB.O Kasft- TUB KttVK US
L of a lcauie
--W 4 rcllebte
taaiee pbysu fan may
i Wlimm. IU rark Pla-e u tnn B aal C
i and l!th axj lab Ubc '- ua.d'1-.il d wl Hi
IjiJ e, only
Tua ta THE r Ma
WE a ILL FAY
u4 , -
- I! ; - ;' -
T'OR RRWT -1' 5 t VR R R. LAROK
J1 haed'owe mom, no orJctlon to honse
wpri) alwi rooms smtaMe for doctor or
iawcr rffirc lt nation 4esfraNe; near
fflpB RROT SfrR TArTBR roJrowTA
J' ble room, wtth hath a'sorntn, h hoenl;
mftablc for ymiit-msn nm wife ot two
craslo (rffittrnirn, private famlry.Oad at
ti! Rmrf-TBRRR swrnr ft rraiij
.1 r.wm. tnslf or tother. north asn soirra
fronr and cominnntcaitns; tit" rwiwean st.
JTiR BRUT- FTJUBrnnKO OH TTtFTR-
nHhrd ronSM, d floor to concl wtthont
cmioeen. snttawe wr osbi mwarepm en
itnnenwce, reasonable tcrsM :wte
rR RRT-Sn tltTH ST ANp 1KW B T.
I n w. handsome aparttsents, ntt. or nnfar ;
f.WIR BST-f LAROR tvWTJtctTIr4
I rooem on M nnnr, with food table hoant
hetdtcs pass the door: terwm reasonable l
wr slew 5
"iA)ft ftwrr-Hia iTT n st ?. FtR
J' or awter. coeiwanicatiBg a! flow rooms;
private family: rewilf rent, refcrrnce rs
mm Rbtbt-i or well pi rmmhbd
I' rneerfnj roorr in nw era home, near Pa
arc car. Boarrl if desired. 10is wd st 8 It
fjWrtt RRNT-D aroRY eot TH FROVP,
1' nay window. Ir nicely fnmhhed room.
Wllh board for two refcrcnos lima q t
R RrWT-ir tVTH STlt W-DRMRArtLB
rooms- tt and .M Boors: Ssnltm now va
ent also lBele room; suuthem eaposnte.
FR RlWT-lsrn K RT. OPTOSTTE FRATIK
!ln rart; largo, comfortable, well f nr
nl-hcd roonm: with board: southern eapnenr
1PR RBWT-rnTRiriattKD OR TJHPt'R
F nlohed, t parlors and very pleasant M
room, reference . ass lth uti v, H
17OH RBrfT-S Ft RNtnttRfl FRONT RomrB;
I1 nlMMall iltiia,.! IliUhatM. J St
fll.l.'IJ . ..,.... .-. v.. g. .. . ..
TOR RBNT-CttRAr-3 tJNFt'RNIMtBfl
room on Sd floor. lnt Corcoran St.
PR RBNT-lSy 9T-ri,BAtANT ROOBH;
furnished well, heated; llchted; SIS, IIS.
tap, ? lat together, tV tSt
PR RRNT-1 StnTAMLB ROOMS FOR
ltcht honsehecplnfon Sd floor; $8 In ad
vance IS0S 7th st n w I It
ORRBNT-eI STNW-S FL'RMSHBtl
rootn on Sd floor, ran and nse of bath;
on 3d flunt' rent reasonable
FOIt PAI.K uousm.
K RALR-IN AI.KXANDHIA. S-RrK)M
frame honse. Inst SnUhlns: nrdmnttn
yanl; lot 16x115; snn; borne; pries, $Vb. Ap-
ny io nufJB.ni j. iucmiao, noom .to. , sis
Oil PAI.B THHEB OF THE UHKArBST
boase In Washington. tOS. 1flS and 1W
iiiBsme; two-tory ami nasement, nrown
stone trimming; 7 rooms and bUi: electrto
bells ami ass; price, tS.f00 each. JW0 oneh
hwleaee to felt or trade for (ood lots.
itn Mass ave. 17 rs and stable fsuose
ISWMrtnw, IS re IWOi
iatNYave,lrs WB OS
Hth t ex.. 15 m 1S&W
istm It st n w. it ra mm
MisLHnw, ltr twin)
1TS7 ctstnw.ll r loom
ITIttjstnw, llr "
l7iaostiiw.il rs Mm
17m tjstnw, lire 8SS1
Kietstnw.n n ss a
iKtsistnw. lira MSI
waoNstn w.ie n woo
IMS 14th stnw.t t
ItfttFtottebtonM.Sn 80 00
MMllthstaw 11 ST
t Lafayette Vqnare. 15 r
KM Florida ave, S rs SB 00
lace v t a w. 7 rs w
1S0B 7th stnw. strand dWK 56 W
SOT art t n w, 7 rs Bin)
at itb t n w. s r
Tlbshd Fomeroy st. 7 bouse, aaoh... IS 00
The above boueea can be exMataed by per
mit from our office only.
THOMAS J. riHHKK CO.,
13S4 F st. n. w.
T?OR HKNT-TWO BRAND NEW StX
X room frame bowses, Mah ssd dry htea
tton; near eharobes and iublle sehool tn
Ualocto-VB. laqalreof A.BKIHtKND, Mil
FOIl HAI.K AMI 1 1 K.N T
tS EAL BBTATE BULLETIN
THOMAs. X. WAC.flAMAN. I7 F street.
ChaBfe made Wednesday and Batnrday,
3-8TOKY BRICK AND FRAME HOUeBsJ POH
iota loth t n w. b h. ml, 10 r tlAje
trwvstnw, bh,ur vjm
uwsthunw.bb, r svua
inn Boundary stnw, fh,3 r T.MIO
atlstnw.bb. 11 rs .Jl
ltlitT.t, bh.Tr &,
ttliifl.17tbit.bh. water, rs l
SSSS Kst a w, bh, 10 n tfiM
llStanhstBW. hb.ir 1V
S-hTOKY BMICK AND FRAME HOOSOe FOR
507 and 500 Va ave and SOS 5th t and
tie to Stt isth t and Xy ave, bat BO
sot Sth stse.bh.tr W
SlSllthstae, bh.Sr Mtt
Allev bet Sth and 7th. Q and E sU s e.
miMhtse,f h.5r 1.K0
S Hah st s e. f h. 5 r 14(0
IStt to UttEstsa,! h.treiwh 1 .'
HIKst se.Ih.Sr lQS
7 Hope ave a a. b b. I rs.
DNIMFHOVED FBOPERTY FOR BALK.
Fait lot V K st. bet Mth and ink sten w.$tJi
tst,betuihaad Mthataa w SSS
Q st, bet 1Mb and letb sU B w tTS
Mth st. bet M and X sua w ITS
Ttb st. bet R aad b sts a w ITS
Wtbst. bet Band Fates w I
seta at, bet X aad O u a w I
A ikt LmS lf oiui Sil at aw I
Tth st above Grant ave a W at
B ard C, SMh and .t st W
BOOhBti FOR KEtiT.
'I be Msltby," M J ave and B st-
SSStFstBW. Wncfur "0
urn u t u w, far, 8 r. MM
rsM st a w. fur, 14 r See
TO rut st u w. 7 rs
rppernatl4taFstnw, Tn 51
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