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THE DAITT CRITIC H.VTTKPAY EVENING, NOVEMBER s, 1890.
Tiie Daily Critic
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SU1M0AM OP THE U2TITKD
Mr. liftftUT C. Arams. statistician to
tit Interstate Cunmetce Commlsslnrt,
fcts Mlbsaltreri his wrntnl no mill re
port oil the Statistics of railways in the
Uhlleti State. It contrnisea a volume
f aeatljr 600 pages, most of which are
wcnpetl with tx plans torv ami s4ntttt
Among the Interesting facts wmtalneil
la the repot t we glean the following:
The railway mileage In the t'oltl States
rat June 90, 1889, km 15T.75S.33 miles.
1 the rear there hail been brought Into
operation ft.9-18 TO. Included la the
mileage repotted are 10,000 bridge, of
which 3.195 are of atone, 1 1.388 of Iron,
and 8,M8 of wood and iron combined.
A 10 0-10 tunnels, with an aggreeate
knglli of OOS.Olit feet. 1 tali road trestle
number 117,271, with an aggregate
length ( f M,61.",877 feet.
IHIdoIi has the largest numlHr of
rallee of road, O.D'JO.-IS, of any State,
and Ithode Island the fewest, 31 1 C3,
though Dilaware Is a good second, wl h
800.CO. The State with the seend
largest nam ber of miles of railroad I
Kansas, with 8,770.01. The only other
Stales which reach the 8,000 mark are
Tixas. with S.BIT.SI; Iowa, with
8,390 89, ami Pennsylvania, with
M SM. Xew York has only 7 08). 1 1.
les iven than Oliln, which h n
The number of passenger carried by
the railways of the Called States lur
I jr the year in queailnn was 472. 17 1,8-13,
and they traveled an aggregate nf 11,.
MS.SSO.M.I mile. The average Jtor
r.ey per passenger was 'i-l 17 mIIM. Tbi
lallus traversed by the MMeuger trains
for the period referred to were 277,210,.
MM, the average number of passengers
In a train being 48.
From these figures it It seen that If
the total passenger mileage of the year
w we divided equally among the laha'M
tanU of the United States, eauh one
woathl have traveletl 173.-18 mil).
Ttiere Is no doubt but the people of
the United Slat make a greater ne of
railroad facilities than the people of any
Air. Aiums has done hi work (nielli.
gently ami well, ami his report will be
found extremely useful to nil laterwttal
In railroad matters In any way.
Th Utica (N. V.) OtWrw takes
pleasure In Juroplne on Speaker Hhku
now b Is down. It enquires exult
iHgly: ' Thomas B. Itxitu, Speaker of
the Ilottse oflUpnsteatatlvaa, are vou
listefilBgr" And then It adds: "If
mi, what do you think of your
jidltlcat Influence In the State of New
York r You opened ttie eampalga in
the elty of Utlea. The OaeUa-Lewls
tHatikt has ekcletl IIkxky W. IJrkt
I xv, a Democrat to Congress to suc
ceed a ItepubJlcan. You next spoke
In llaebtster. The Slooroe district
h&s elected Humbert S. Gwiofi.EF,
Democrat, to succeed a Kepublteaa.
Yott next delivered an address in Iluf-
fate. The Buffalo district has elected
Daniel X. Lockwooo, Democrat, to
Congress to succeed a ItepuhUeat,
Yostr only rtaMlalag speaeh in this
State was audtt la Little Falls Saturday
vUtt last. The UerklNsarOtaesjo
i-iWiharie district elected G Button V.
Vak UiUX (for the 'og tr). and
Mum S. Puitiut (for the abort tern), t
mk t ed a dKMMed Keublicitai. Thd
jtMtf f"r W4kes, eakec Ktmn. r-Msttt-il
la DsiauTTAtic gates at Ouo-gfai-H
la all of the four ittetrleH ia
vialca Uiey went utteted."
Twe mmM, Uw work o Evok
tW. av heea yifcHehejl by
QitAitMW acstiMUUi's iesu, Kew Yotk
. Oast taaaa U eallad by Um
aaar, "A Utk Bos U ProaUabie
la)." 4 tha oikes. "A Uttle Boak
at Watmi Ysfti." ad each U cfcam
itf ia m way, us Im laeriaaen U
Up imnriihas esjsaaUBty ol ta autkar
aa wriaarof Dram aad aosary. The
"laailpg" of the twu volueaes, if we
May to 4asifate Uw actedag, oladiag,
attar, ate. Is ia kseatag with taelrcoa
teata Mt wltl yrof a aiflgavet w Dm
94 taassauhias) hawk !. TVy
w for aat f W. H. Vomtieo ua UaU
df - nth.
Tits Kbv Yoaut ?V4t has at last
Bar unit) that aVt axi ttouat wtt) he
'HstjataaVotMabr Ihitaaotfic." Its a
umus mki Am Huuu uuil fl-Sn TUu,
w gWaajtatajaj tjlgff 4Plaaa'W
The Ttetanciattr aJhtnBsy,
to thee nguaas, it 11 aad
war all ii7 Thai k coaaW-
iiahhr Jtfaimt ''uau the TrUc M.
nawmrsiB t lt Wedaetaay mat Mn
ia uuU hate a BannWria aai-
lta of two
T Awmwtmsui of U. U. Baus-
i. kgiugi Qcaw hat larrfvisi at
tjaw apaataw aajaaainaea W aap ware
DM fctaNto oi Uw A4aV&4tteMtoBV Mr.
If CMtflRMflMMUI JpktaVlV"
civdMaUaf lor ifc ntVyn H If
asM.AntiJai ka h WhfiMiMgMtl
eaaaaaF wa' aajaT aaejpaaawaaiae
tSiAv saw htm saaawal
llreaftai tdhtf aU aot
i iiw.-aiu.LuAja-uiaj(t; "What
MtKMfl hcgaalM JactfQgtf B It latM foe aal
CMid utt to hait lhata. 1 taahe this
disHaetk'B faaatit teprtatai pdacipaas.
f llnr i-( !l o intrumcrl f rr.fi
At prrctit the llppubllcan P'sriy f' a
fscilon." Of conn It a treat party
of pr!tclpl wnen 3lt IxineA RrwRt.t.
l.owti.t. )i Its Mrlsw ro Kngland
Twf. I.ixmi.s IxtKtieMmr Rpra
Ttr?r Oowwtrritu of ThllttpM
think tBr ete nmnerom ttimfa per
psttated npm th ballot hot In ihM
cltjr mt TtNMaf and proposal ht BWft
hit ft eftstpet tutors, regardbjw of patty.
wfcemr It can tt tire the ncwaty
a i in ' i aan nai
TK Pmi,Ati.imA Krrint? Bittrtin
t-ohtntta Itself with the feflectton that
"the ftefmbtfcaft party Is tet let
than It h after defeat " Fot laMtiw!.
f t If crushing iff feat in 1993 It pwmA
the tltif-Sitvtre law as It now stand.
Tub flrtattrno Irnrtrr ph'lophl
rally obeiT that "thr average rl Srtn
III stsml any amount nt fienttea, tin
Is (juk-fc tit resent tb pnrtt-a)
a oi kings of a thty that rikes
trtiarfly at his pnrhet "
l.srotmimn at -nt tnccmt which
Spetlttr ttftfcft'ftftt law nUtM met with
lh JCngllsh Tories have tfWl to en
force closure with grant striata ml
sitlntency during the comiag anfo of
Tit Inisn kvot, t)iu.oji ami
O'DniRS. are meeting with magntnVeat
snrrps In their illon. More than
1 13.000 has ben subscribed to the Irish
Ttta CiKMt.RaToit A'nrs and Owner
advles the Democratic factloaa of
Sonth Carolina to gel together. That
Is ouml advice.
imii ii . ., mm pa
ArroRtM.No To t l'hlladalphU
7im, 3lr. Cnisp's eye Is "calm, nettle,
satiric and powerful. " A great eve for
TitK Caxauiax Cabixkt has decliteil
Jhat IlimiiAl.t, Is guilty and must hang
on the Mill Instant.
It may iiavb been a tidal wave else
where, but It was an earth Quayke In
Tint CAMXKTMHKmu ytttsrtUy was
boll In the White House. Also In
GKXRKAt. )ltt.B8 thinks the Sioux
Messiah Is n Mormon.
Hats wok oi the election art worn
with brlckf liutile.
lltucK's KAtxtiow In th West v.
tlui rithr all
Sjulre lJob Allison of Fair Ity, the
On-iiin i r-n it VlMin1n. makes 'he
bo1 Hi t lie has married 800 runaway
I ratileln Mmlo K-lp IT has received
as a wedding present from her f.tther, a
wealthy Ylenncne merchant, n book
which Is said to lie the coatllast voIuiih
In ixUtence. The binding Is of ttie
i Icliest tooled morocco, and each of the
100 leaves Is a bond for 1.000 gulden.
The Queen of Spain rilnesat8o'olock
and gnus to bed at 10. She rises at it
and spends an hour at prayer and in
making her toilet.
Lord Itraksey, unlike many other gen
tli mil) who lake up the expensive pit
time of yachting, i a ginxl pracilcil
sailor and navluainr, fur he Nsseaes a
masicr's oiltticHie nf comptency, h
smd by (he Uaid uf trade, itmlifylng
bim to conuiiaHd any sort of vtsiel. he
bavlne volumaiily pafstd the rmiulreil
ixn:luailon, and ia the only non-pro-ftHlcnal
who hm that honor.
l'tufessor F. W. Newman, brother of
the cardinal, la now 85 years of age
He says that he was a practical abaialner
from Intoxicating lhiuora from boyhood,
when be dined alone. At 6S be turned
vegetarian, and since then he has needed
no physician. He la as well now. be
rays, us any one nf Ids aee can expect
to be, and he laments because vege
tarianism makes no greater progress
with the world.
Jn-lriuiuMuttHett. J. H. PeatUttatoe,
Dovrr, t)l.; J. B MaCabe, I.MMtMtrg. Va.i
VV. ti. Tarlor, MetHaowl; A. Hea, N.w
.uhimul-. H CtMtle, L. I). NJ-,
New York; J. V. Norioa, WtwHBT W.
Va.; WjK. Hfwn, Kmtow; Joint U Kubl,
Ctarkrirftrt, W. Va.
.Vr. Juun WflUaw IXlUrU, AatiMrst,
Va., Kdft'ard Lewta, New York; Oaarge VV.
Katsrklu, 1'arkewaure, W. Vx.; Alb. K.
St-boop, Kteawoitdi T J. .Vww, Pbila
tlelptila. wmvrt-y. t. iurt, .w Yok.- a
tlojJ. PhibtWIpUa; Juaa W. Cmx. aow,
V. a. Wtat sad K. B. aarke, taftialnfaU
Hifgt i)U Clara Lavtae, New York.
Bulitk larbw,Maa IUad; W. f.CUrk,
KuMoa, C. F. CiaMtul, iajktaaaaalla.
HtULer't A. Ii Nv. CaaaMi, X I.;
F H. aojUa, WraaHNMi, V ; H U.
JUtb), Xa lotk.
tlWwfj'j-Johij Weir, Xw York; Kit.
It. Jmtints. Muttaaataf.
itorAuBt Juke H- imm, I'aafaai, Xasa.;
IV. Baa HartwaO. Awwa, X. Y.; W. K
Weaasa aail wiie, Chicago.
ArUuatouJvuM Harrington. Xarya
vlU, Moa-i WUUaw II. liOlTciasJrasld,
Pa.: M. Kit oil and A. J. Zehriefcie, Xaw
York; W. U Evaas, HrMul. Kagawsil.
XurmuM-du Mtas Useea, iavaaaah, Ua.;
A. C tashtens aad Jaaaas K. Cliaaaaaaita,
naJateU. V. J-; Mr. aitd . Baary D'.
eUitt Uuat4 Wesiil, aat fnmtUco,
K. C. CarMopaar, PhHtaWahii; Btehard
L. UUiba aad UMaa Joaaaua, hew Yurlt.
Bubart XtMtett, aaasaas, h'. t.
UA Ji-C. B. BeBUtUea, fhUa
OatJitgUgV. lggunjajg -f a. M tllhi'gtlWH
Wfrflf-i-W t baaos Watooa, U. Fdd--
Kg UL4 CJM lj4 lUm.
Ut ft-ajgl mf HKgM WaajH liJlTlgllitl
yaja paaeer mwj jjtp VFf BytBaBevaaaaa
Warht but chaeks Ilka hMaaaataaaM.
,mPWm ! yrw faaajBBBHamavvnanf
hair was Uke the goal that tiats lava ta
aat skltt, wy chht was ct U Cwfaft
avoM--Md truth esteiod ia ala eye.
Jly aaaUe was like the aw hora day.
sy teeth twla roars of pearl, aad altar
that he wt away to tee aaothtr girl
At the CTuh.-"Whal at atrth ht be
eosaa oi BBakiaal Mavaa't tata hits
ha a ""k oi fiuadafn "
Won t you kaov ahat ha'a mMmi w
"Why. la Great wood, tjhf Ot tal
Uw's bees dead weak,"
tint ?ataa't !
U & amstUk
Us olled hi tieer ooa tat lap,
Tata tore with tags his vast,
1 Lea g toot u iota wtxaaox
A:k' Jl ujy 1 tu.,'
THE LITTLE CORPORAL
1 SIMtLAR 5T0RT TOLD
Jtt CMims to W a MwWofMn, aH 9r
Me is a en at The ftfwt
A San Fratitlsco ittspMch says-. In a
ftttte ctbtn ltnated la th depths of a
cawymi, opposite the SI Mfte nottea on
ifct Mission road, lives mi old ia, who
for yrs has gone by ih nte of
Cot Sspnleon Tht man who fot
ywrs ha borne the title of Connt ws
Wt hf t reporter near his rloorwsy, re
mtning from a hunt. Two cotton
lafta tid a nomWr of qnails and doves
ritfnnrllfef from a shotgun carrtel on
his fHtht shonlder, attested to his na
fallfnc ryestght, although he i T years
of age. In appearance "Cmit Jfi
polensi" Is somewhat striking Xsarly
six fet tall, stralghter thsn mnya
jonrger man, low grav tward anl
hair, cntipteti with an. air "of quia dig
nlty and self-pi iswaslim, causes one to
wonder If the Mood of the ftmapartes
re ally does course thr.mgh his telns.
"Yts sir," said the old man, In re
sponse to the reporter's query, as he
drew h!melf to his full heteht. "I am
closely related to the llonnpirres In
fkft, I am the son of Napoleon I
"I can well remember the time." rin
II nurd the blue eyed old min, ' tht
walking through one of the Urge parks
of Vienna with my mother Marie
Louise, daughter of the V, np;r.r of
AtlMlla. I was abducted rvo men
came up and. grabbing hold of me,
hatlly carried me to a conpe, which
was rapidly driven off. My mother,
after screaming for the gens d'anns,
fell 'n a dead faint. I never saw her
after that time, for I was taken to the
coat and placed on board a vessel, In
which I was brought to this cwntry.
This was In the year 1810, and the name
of the bark was the Alert. Captain John
"I am TO years old now. and was
born In Paris, .March 40. 1811. This
aNluctlnn occurred when I was S years
old. Sir Waller Scott refers to me as a
licentious and disgraceful Idiot, and
.Ic'hn Gnjloid nf UoMon Intimates the
same thing. I have had the Indignity
forced upon me of being called the
Idiot of the First Napoleon.
"Well," cintlnued the speaker,
"when I reached this country I wasflrst
taken to Xoblebomtigli, Me., by two
men and left at the bouse of n Mr. Day.
whero I remained for several weeks In
care of a young lady whospjko Freuch
Mr. Day was a shipbuilder. One dav I
was decoyed to the house of one
Matihtrw Cottrlll. It was n urecon-
ccrted plan undoubtedly to murder ma.
I was but a child then, but well remain
ler the agony risultlng from tortures
Ii fltcted upon me by two or three m -n.
vtlin probably feared the coiitequences
of n direct muidi-r. AOer woundlig
me, as liny thought fnHlly. I wis
until (I i ui i iIIh
Ititi I'lovldeiire inlerxSMl, sntl be
f o e 1 hail none far from the houe a
yotine man overuaik me, and by him I
Ciiiltd to iht hniiMiiif John Flint,
and after we-ks of Illness ami suffering
movent! my health From there I
was taken to a lumw Hbout two miles
up the Damarlsoota ltlver ami remained
thoie. I think, two or three days. On
one of those days a lady too me up'
Into a room in the second story, where
a numlicr of bags of money were to be
si en. Pointing to them she sild la
French: 'This money Is all yours. If vou
live lone enough to reach the age of 21
years ou will have the handling of It.'
"The recollection of that occasion
remains as Hrmlv Imnreaaed on mv
mind to day as though It occurred but
yesterday, f have no Idea what the
amount of money wan. It seems that I
was being continually watched and
shadowed by men whom I thing were
hired to kill inc. That I am now alive
is not due to their good will at all, but
some Intervening providence saved my
life. Attempts were made on my life
four different times. At the time I refer
to, when I was shown the bags of
money by the lady, three men came
Into that bouse for the purpose of
killing me. Avals I was saved, this
time by the owner of the place. I can't
think of his name just now, but could
get It by referring to my papers, lie
knew the men were there for the pur
pose of taking my life, and, unknown
to them, took me to the door, and,
pointing to the road, said: 'ily boy,
follow this road and make haste. This
is no place for the son of Napoleon'
"la the darkness I wandered on until
I gave out from fatigue. My next recol
lection Is that of a kind, beautirul face
bending over me as I lay upon a C'Hicli.
Poor little fellow that I was. Less than
10 years of age, hunted by asalas,
buifeted about In what then to me was
a cheerless world, the tight of a friendly
face was almost unknown to me. The
faee was that of an angel, I Imagined.
I knew when I saw ber that I bad a
mother, aad was no loager to be a home
less little wanderer It was a number
of weeks before 1 left the sick bed. ami
when I did recover James Hummer am I
bis wife decided to adopt ate They
had found me that night lying near the
gal ia an Insensible eoaditloa.
"I lived with Mr. ami Mrs. Plumater
until I became of age. whea I skipped
oa a whaler from New Bedford. I
always had a atroag liking for the tea,
and for tbreo years erulsed la Northern
waters aad viit4 various f.xelga
countries. Is 1842 I deserted the Atuer
icaa ship iliiMtaia at Hoaeiulu I was
arrested aad served two uoaths of my
sealeace before I laada asy escape from
the Jail, aad caaae to this coast oa tat
Aawtieaa adtooacr aaark. What oa
the Mouth of lh Coluatbla Kiver the
tchooaer was wrecked, aad I bad a
narrow escape frost bttsur dsowatd.
That was September 11. 184k. I secured
employment t Pott Astoria, aad total
three yean la Oregoa bafort I caiae to
lata Ksaavhuo. I caate Bete ia 1H it
the brig Sacraaieato
"Whea l reached the age of m 1 took
that aasat I aow hear, but salMhtd uadar
Uui aaaat of Utary SatMtta. I have
aat beta known fur aeariy aHy years
aaat outer taaa as uouat &
Boaaatria. Maay ptiofdc have ao faith
it wy claUaa, aad it may bt that I cm
atwtr coavUce thtat of that truth of lay
staataaeat, for I have aot taaav uiore
yeats to live. But it will cosaeout
"By a mubiuati" of ircuiaaUacas I
aevr a able to secure jy oi the
taoatv said to have baeo left fur sac.
aad htvtaever hasa la good aaaactal
cttcuavttaatsas- I at aot ahU to do taw
work aow oa accuuat of gty Mt, aad
have (itpraited upoa Meads far aay
sujnort My cltins laa tame be ea
tshifahed duriag my Utoitit I tary
atuch lew they wUiaos, for Ihavt triad
so otasa toiatftttt totttbndy ia say cast
aad faaUtd thai I aat a dtmairaaed aid
m. who tgt of ttfe hat abaaott
Aad with a courteous larewll tht
mm who claitM to he of royal dttftti
twatad aad wattvtd slower Urto his
ksarfy Bufe cabia.
What weatktafs Vtwah U.
tinmU friritt 'gritl' tSM.
-ii'& mo aad aat a aaod dtaaur "
No, I doa'i fati avaea aaaatttt, but
I'll take a wutaaa's iuach wBh you."
"A oha' luftch' U thai
' Soup aad W-i team
BAFFLED BY A CH 11
Th l.mte oti wergil t canmil
etwtt rwa rawiwlwt.
ChTMrw always object to alng m id
yimngtr ihitt they are ami old people
try to take off srnv of th ytttrs list
arcwmulaU- to raptdly and tawwrae!ev
sats the Chicago Pent.
This never-varying rnto ts tm ores
slott for a good joke on a hwMMm nun
of this city.
A shojt time ago he statM trip
to th West with his ifttM Ifttre altl
The elrl waa tea. atthmtgH, Wm awttll
for ber age, she wortM wtafea. Rt six.
Paterfamilias bought itehetffot Mm
ftlf and wife and ehteml Ifet dialtt
car shortly after the train mft lm city,
reatly to demolish a grvt (tihher.
The conductor came aloWf, tm'i up
the two tickets and then In a lo v toi
fald to the (tenileman: "How oM l
the little girl'' ' Pps wlnhd at h!
daughter as he repliiil "Oh, thu Is a
little this side, f six "
Probably ihe child didn't knur the
mesnieg of a wink or her ptid i wa
tmicherTor she w nld not be a J-ty to
a falsehood. Whatever might h iv
l en the matter, the elvt a 9Co nfn1
look at fmpa and the conductor, settled
back In her seat am! In an Indlgnmt
tone cried otit:
"Why, papa, yon know that In't
tun, rm past ten."
Thereupon the nonplussed fifior
burst into a hearty laiwh. "0 mlnctor, '
said he. "how much Is that girl's fire?
1 1 Is quite clear that I am stuck this
time.'' Hereafter he will put hh
DISMISSED THE BAKERS.
11m Ilrrml 'm Nut Welctinl nt the
William 1). Itntaell, Charles Schsfer,
J. U Vofiht, Charles Schneider. Wil
liam llsner ami Chatles I McDonald,
all baker?, were trial this morning fur
selling light weight bread. In most of
the cases the bread was selr.ed yesterday
morning, but not weighed until the
afternoon. In the meantime the bread
had shrunk more or lets In weight.
There was also a very marked variance
In the weight taken by the officers ami
that given by the sealer nf weights and
Judge MHItr dlninlssed nil the de
fendants, but informed them that when
thiy tent their bread out eat lv In the
morning that the loaves should weigh
full sixteen ounces. The Judge also
told the officers that In the future, when
they raided the bnke shop, to have the
sealer of welahls and measures with
them, so that the bread enn lie weighed
I.onn .llet Niiolrty nt tlm !itriu.
Cora Nokes, Albert Zimmerman and
Urate Chaney were all before his
Honor In the New Jersey Avenue sU
tlon this morning charged with IHng
vagrants They IIvb in I.otue Alley
and have been complained of before li'v
the pitiple In that locality, fair tie
Chaney uiaile a fair explanation of her
rteiice In the nller and the Judge al
lowed her to go. The others weut lo
the farm for lxty days.
Harry Howe, Harry Cook and George
Iirnett were nil Wore the ourt at
Lieutenant Kelly's precinct to-day.
charged with bavlngtbrown mtetlle on
North Capitol street. The boys denied
that they had thrown any stones, but
their stories did not agree, and the
Judge felt sure that one of the boys at
lean was Implicated. He lined Itiwe
and Cook, but suspended the sentences,
NeirimiT Men IJuinj; South.
Colonel A K McClure ami Dullness
Manager McLaughlin of the Phlla-
del phi Ttmtt Collector CoojHir of the
Delaware .laniz-icia, nml several other
nswiiaper men left Washington yester
day for a Journey through the South.
Colonel MoClure will deliver an address
at Slontgomery, Ala., which will be
"press day," on Monday next. The
party will vl.lt all the leading Indus
trial centres of the South.
131 v II Seivlajo Kxauiltnttlun,
A civil service examination will be
held in this city, commencing at 0 a. m.,
on November 17. to till vacancies In the
position of meteorologlc olerk, Signal
Office. The subjects of the examina
tion will be- Orthography, penmanship,
copying, letter writing, arithmetic,
meteorology and the use of meteorologi
cal tables. Residents of tbe District are
not eligible to tbe examination.
A (Juiplcluu O nicer
AVllllam Haner. the proprietor of a
frocery store near the Baltimore and
'otomac tunnel, oa Tenth street, was
tried this morning for selling liquor
without a license. Officer Wbeiock
said he bad seen several casta of beer
go late llauer's place at one time, -and
he summoned a number of people that
eame out of tbe store, Noae of tbeea
knew anything about sales beiag made
lltne. The defendant was dismissed.
Slauulai JMect III author.
Michael Cur tin was required to fur
aUk a $1(10 boad this morning to keep
tbe peace toward his aged father.
CuiIIh two weeks ago assaulted his
father ami siact that time has fre
qiuaHy tbreau-ned huu. Mr. Curtla
iw lealtat ea4ugh ant to prosat-uta
biw far th asiauit.
Wadilasloa Stuck KxIuiieb
Ksl Wagwlar CaU 18 o'clock at
tau'l NaLBaak. UltliU. Wash. A Ota.
X.V,aaS. EeV'fa A Sol Baaut K. B-,
atatl. Col. Title las., Ua) a ai, Hal a t;
a a i. Asaariaaa Gttyitavmo, at a It;
30 a Is; S a Ui; at a U(. ftasmaatir Qua
Carriage, Ma) a We. Aataracaa accuruy A
Trust Co. , a eat.
imwellaatCMs Brad V. . SUrAde
Uteht bt, 0, MS: U. S. Kltrie light.
atHa-'ffl, UaH; f ti CoactisthW ty.
Il: MatoBk HaU Ass'a, Vs. C im, M;
wasa. JSart.tet lo, lat Xort., rs, 1UJ-,
Wah. MarUt La , Imp., e', 113: lid'd A
biuU Co., 6's, C im, -; Wash. Lt.
Udaatry. 1st, tt's. JtW. : suk. U. S
faatry, 34, Ta, HU,W; Wata. 6as Lfacht
Co., im- A. , im, Wata- Oas UghtCo.,
Ser. B, fs.UTW; B)getk teeCo.. let Mort.,
'. ; Itiartrm lacurtty aad Trust, VmX
hatkatal Bank atavka Baak oi waah
isgioa,4S; Baidw uf Bseufctfc, 7; Betco
vou'at. Sat, Central, ; aacuad. Ba);
ianncN sad Mn-aaaics. imt. Cittata'. 1W;
( (iliimaln, Wa, Caultal, ttt, Vest Ed,Mtk
Tradaw', 1S, Uauola, :tA
Bailroad toodu Wasaiagtoa and
Uaorxatowu, ab. Brtrotudatat, "JW. Co
Uuaola. T: Cajaud sad Kocth O atseta,
Se, ajigto aad addtaiV Uosaa, tBi
Batrartwaa aad TsaaalljfWisa, ii, Brtght-
lasiimiMs atM-ks-rirewau's, 17; Fraak
Ua, : Hetcepuittiu.. W. SEatluatal Uakw,
Bk ArUagtaa, lau. Cotcorea, a: Coluaa
bia, Ui, Cantaa Amarti.au. lTo, oouamac
sas aHucs. ; reutue . a; uacuta, at
Title laaurWe aweks Baal M
luit, wt; coiun. ( Title, OS,
Casatd Kkuuac Uottatwlu-Wathiaic
UstBat, Si. Gwrjiwlotu Um, k "U.'i.
gitrtrk' light, laBt-
Tclttiauat Stocks resutaulvaala, 4fc
Cascapeakt aad arVaoaiac, , Ataarteaa
j f lAofAojjdt LSsL,
dwells aausltoaks. gii-
kt Co., is, WsahtagtoA Bcgniwhiat
Co., aoi; UMtt Fatts Ut Co,, lgfc Bull
kua J-aaoaataaUo.,!?; tJeitaaal
WaahtatMa Lata aad
ii i i i ia wieti i TC
,f aXsatbalar. "ttj
Vteutaailt Baa Caa-uxe, 2. tssariiist
tec uritytttd Trust to ol Ji.ulu HtUl,
- HjgialUt. I(.c I v luU.lvn.vaUl
b uLUiilig Co
LUCK OR WHAT?
how a sPMttftt ma unm
TASrSIH m A CAfTTU
tnowtnt Be ti as ii lmltaes .twil,
hut a Hwtse AawteH iHtrwewmwMfy
FVom tt Xrw Torit tmm.
I have a friend who is a newspaftt
mstt srd a bit of a cynic, I met Mm
npon the srefn of the Astor Howse owe
afitrnorn last week. He was In a iB
tuisive mood, and the subject of hi!
ritMiiur'e w.ts lack. Something had
tene strong with him, ami he waa say
taw things about his luck that WAWM
m t h ok well in print. He moraTttttl
"Thsre are two kinds of superstitious
p lotis, religious person" and gammer,
what the religions man attrltrates to
Pros Hence the gambling man attributes
to luck. The scientific man says there
Is no lurk, and the late Itichard ,. Pro
lur wrote columns about draw poker to
prove It and then died of yellow fever.
1 don't pretend to know anything abont
the matter except that things go awfully
contrary sometimes. And that re
minds me of a story.
"Do you remember Dr. S., thai horse-
rscmg etiuoTT Jto. well, lie was
widely known In hh day. I don't think
a man's wife ought to be too hard on
him. He may not lie driven to open
KbelBon. but he is spt to wish he had
not marital. Now, the doctor's wife
was pretty hard on him In one way.
She used to come down to the office
every pay-day and make him hand over
his salary to the last cent. Then every
morning before he started out she would
give him enough money for car fare
nml a light lunch.
"Still, the doctor managed to keep a
cheerful countenance In public, and by
dint of adroit financiering and careful
hotting for he was a bit of n spnrt to
lay by a snug little sum whlob he had
In bank entirely unknown to his wife.
Though there Is no telling how he ever
got lift first dollar to bet, unless he bor
rowed It, be was on the whole pretty
lucky, and he kept adding to the fund
In bunk until It reached n trifle above
? l.iWO. If I had been tbe doctor I
never would have allowed the balance to
hnng filwut that unlucky number thir
teen. I would have stopped at twelve
nnd waited until I could make It four
teen or llfteen. Hut perhaps he did uot
think of that.
"Well, one tiny during tho season at
Monmouth Park, nfter the Doctor had
placed his own little stnke on n sure
thing, he sat In tho reporters' stall wait
ing for tbe first race to stnrt. The horses
bad nnt yet come to the post when a
boy topped him upon tho shoulder nnd
said that n lady on the grand stand
wanted to see hltn. The Doctor looked
in the direction Indicated by tbe b ly,
nml wns dUmayed to see his wife Sne
had never to hts kuowledgc attended a
tace be fot e. nnd ho was even yet doubt
fill wheilur he was casing at the real
woman or an apparition. Hut she was
kckunlng to bun with more vigor than
could liu expected of a tthost, so h got
out of the stall and went to her as .ist
'"Why. my deui, this Is nn unex
peeled pleasure.' beean the doctor, but
liU wife checked him by saying: "Oh,
shut up! I want to ask you something
about the race'
"Then aa the doctor shut up she con
tinued: 'Is there a horse to start oallod
" 'Yes, my dear; but why do you mkf
"'Well, here Is a live dollar bill; I
wish you would go and buy me a ticket
"The doctor thought his wife had
gone crasy. She. who all their mar
ried life had preached to him ngtlnst
the sin of gambling, to actually but on
a horse- race. Impossible' She was
only a)!ngntmpforhlm. He coughed
slightly and said:
" 'Jly dear, I'm a Utile surprhed at
your fancying this kind of a joke'
Then, teeing there was no joke In tbe
expression of ber face, he shifted tils
ground thus: 'Hut If you really want
" 'Don't be a fool, but go ami do what
I tell you!' sild hit wife with decision,
thus rendering further argument Impos
sible. "Once out of her sight the doctor re
covered his composure and argued tbe
matter out as follows: Mmpecunloelty
can't win; consequently money placed
on him is thrown away. It will be bet
ter for me to keep this money ami put
It In the next race on a horse that has
tome show of winning. I'm really ?5
In. With whtch comforting reflection
be returned to tbe reporters' stall,
nodded affirmatively to bis wife, and
"The horses csme to tbe post ami
started. It wss a big Held, and when
tbey whirled Into tbe stretch opposite
tbe grand stand several were bunebed
In tbe van, others were In a ruck in tbe
middle, while tbe rest tailed on behind,
and It was iuipoctdbie to tell which was
ahead. The leaders swung around the
last curve and came down the home
wnlch aeck aad seek. Ilut when tbey
pasted tha outer Hoalt of the erowd a
cry went up that froat the marrow In
tbe doctor's boaas aad seat Uttle shafts
ot ice to his extremities. It was Inipo
Atd that was what it real I v meant
for the Doctor, for there had beea only
two or three tickets sold oa the deceit
ful brute, aad Mutual paid 1 1,900 for
$4. He wet hit fate Ilka a maa. That
sight whea Ida wife asked him for tbe
naaaty he said tbe erowd had beat too
great about the tools for hlaa to gat the
Eckel cs shad, but be would gat the
auwty ia tows ia the atoraiag. Next
tetalag, at aooa at the haak was
otMtaed. ha drew out hit $l,afai gad
took it to the otBct, where hit wife was
waiting for hiaa.
"Now. what do you call that, luek or
Provides, or, la the language of tha
awticiiuu watea uumi caatt aot
la a coastttutaoaal aad aot atooaKltasia.
aat Itmtalore It maul at uamut ay local -jattBtttuaa.
lt nwiuireai a conrttnittoaat saw
djr Uke Hooat'aj terinnttrtUn whiut, wottAas
Urouah the Wood, aralloat the uaaasttr
YtAtaa OaUaayatt flhaMl DtTOa&ClAaW &aW taBBaMaM jkhd
4ataMate & aa4tMta4Uhatte Bttjaj, TtMAafttageaal 4a baaaV
lat tastily to the kuwea u Hood's Saajaaa
rttta at a lanuniy lor catarrh waaa other
NsWaWatBajtWattt tMal afawUattl Shattat'ti ftkltBBUtitfaa
3kkfc9 tMaUaVtlal ajUP MfcLft Vkflgttf aWStVaVB aUiUgV BflyLaamt
)tUaM SMSMtiiii lnnital tarl StMOgtitV "
V1b9 aWlFtir atWaV 4BvHUCrb Ua dttWiictl BiUHllat
cartalaly give goo4' jtvwtrHla a lair trial.
A UtaTlatt ( .
"I kv beta takiat Hwoj'ega.rsaftarilli tor
that vttt tour yat's at iaitrvait- I was
iJttgtUltt M i&fc tBtsttkUb tjaaMl ttattD NrfUmlBtB Baf
aistadaiitriasteact- I take it aow nata-
eaaf I teal ajhtiitated tad Ualwais gist ass
jtefladhMe tren.gHi. saaulatta tha towels
atd' fives au esceUaot jjittlte-''-Ltvi
Ci vsatr t. yyteratatut. W Va
. --v aat lu gat oaly
iuU ty au irugfc-i. gi, .is fur ta. f -laxad
wtiy tr - i uouo a ou , uwoU.-j
Aa BMa OUM ItaiUUaT
Jsew National Theatre,
One Week, Ccmmenelng MONDAY. MOVEMBKR 17.
The Society and Musical Event of the Season.
GRND ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY
llic Jmi h ( tftnii On hrslm 1 Thf .IhHi (irttml 01ioits !
1 r-i totn,n-m t.t-MlriiiK-ij
Vider thettlrrr'lon of LOCKS A AH.
tr sirerttk of tl e nt of tirrodeel smgert and artistic afflmgeeeti will he seen
Inn the foffoWlet airtWimweweats- SWRASOS-ltmnm tneh, Oeotgwe von Janes
crews r.ratwtta Marowda, Marl fteebeti, osottta rteeht. (JOITRAt.'Oi-talasie
Maeef hot. . O. Flower. Bernw Ponies. TRKOHS-Chartes Hedmnwti. rivne
( larle. Wlll'ani Stsfliens, Reorge Oonlrt, John R. Beltara. ft tni10NR-Otto Kathjen.
Henry Vogel. Alterlao eaaslo. BA909-Pmk Vetta. K. N. Knight. J. C. ttlfoft, S. H.
MordBr, T. IT, THK nUOUBXOTS. Tanrwlar. Jfor. , WltMAM TBLU
TWesfay, Nov. It, BIBObSTTO. TrMay, Mov. . THR PtaYlNfl DOrOnMAt.
Weill near Xov- 1. LOHEMnglN, ?atnnlsy Matinee, Nor. ft, FAUST.
Satttrdar. Nor . f HR BOHEMIAN QIRU
PB1CW $, $1.80. tt and) Onts
Dee tK tle will lie frlren of the day and dale of the opening ante of e its.
Tlie Sleinray riano ned by the Jnch Cempany.
WASHINGTON JOCKEY CLUB,
COMMBKCtNO TUESDAY. OCTOtlKTl 31. AND rOJITISUINO tTNTlf, NOVKXtnElt 8.1X-
Cll'SlVB. VIVRIIACBfl BACH DAT. PUHSBS t.M.0n0. STKErtattCnASB KVKHY
OTIIBH DAT. TDK BEST CLASS OF IlACE-HOttSBS WILL TAKE
r A1YT. FI M8T HACK AT S P. St.
Aitmlson, sronmls, Kraml-staml and pool lawn, St. Including elnb-bonte awl
Apply to O. 0. BTAPLES. Troasurcr, WlllnrU's Ilotpl, for member's badges.
Otijectlorable characters will ho oieludett.
Trains leaTO D. & P. Depot 1I.CS, 1200. 1 and 1 ). Road 1 trip, 18 (enti.
FOR A GOOD SHOE
son & Can's
For an Easy Shoe
WILSON & CARR'S.
Co carry tho llest Lite of Patent
leather Shoes for Ladles and Gn
tletnrn at II a pair at
Wilson & Carr's
I'lislilouiililo SllOfl SIkii.
No. oao i Krmarr .v. w
WasblnstoD, D. C.
4 nml o -ur.sT itAi.Ti.iioiti: NTiti:irr.
Grand, Upright and Square
Sftal attention of psrehsuors is laTlted
"NEW ARTISTIC BTVLB8
Flnlsbeil In DtMlirai ol
"UiaUEST DCOKATlVK ART."
PIAH08 FOR RBNT
Second-band Pianos at All Prises.
Wm.Knabb & Co.,
817 Market Space.
Horsford's Acid Phosphate.
A most exseilaat and agreeable teals aad
sppcUier. Uaeartobaa and Invtgwit tbe
ttred Wata aad body.lsi parts reaewod sawgy
aad TitaHty and eattrsas tbe faaattoss.
Dr H. K. Clarke, Gaaera, N. T., sayst
"It bas pot1 or great rafatt lor Hs toll
aad rerislf yiag jatasase.
Dr. J. U. Stadaaaa, Watt Brattleaora, Vt.
"Katt aarre toaia I rr Mad."
Baseriptive paasablat fraa.
KUMFOBD 0HEM1OAL WOKES,
Pmrsdaaaa, R. I-
afW4Ut9 Qt StathBafctfltittBl A&kl aaBaiBtliiAtfttai
OAWHOaX. B wwe tba woad "Bewlar
to priatad aa Uw labal. AU ethsss are
riMim. KaMrsaktla aatk.
Difdq f Lswjufs ad Law Fkis,
uav ittam aasshwast,
Wastw Law tnatltg-
AWOttti BY AT UW.
Sat aad. aw tt at . faaaaaar HaaiUtBa.
1 oaiwaa aa-, wMaaatua, m. v.
Q r.nUUJVU- J-CLZAflatitT
u. r. a. acaawsiKT.
PttlLUPe. UfiUrT i. JtoKStfKSY.
MttNMY TO UIAX.
mSTmoiumrwSSS tauarBrla iZaa.
on odOB sweairr.
XtX IK AAL atTMB,
m WAM OH UUU. WtA aaootUTY.
at axd s ram amn.
huts to Bait
TWtltli Strtet Northwest,
llest and Stost Prastloal Instruction.
Ilraoflhes In New Tork, llixton, Phllidel
I lila, tlilongu, Parts, llerlln, Loudon, oto.
ACADEMY OF TUB HOLY C'liOiiS.
ltl Mats. Ave,
Affords oTery faolllty lor acquiring a tlxir
oechedaeatlonlR Iltsntare, rnulo and art.
The Instmiaeats Uiiftht are piano, bnrp. Tlo
11b, Kiiltar, rnamlolln aad banjo. Laniraases,
ceaeral voeal, drawing ami Uney work free.
A I IS8 UAYAltD'fl INSTITUTK,
A Rome Reboot for Olrl aad Vcmag lAdlos.
Number of boardlnepuplU limited to twenty.
Exeellsnt advaatates In Musle, Art and tbe
Languages, Gyranaslum. Pleasant Rroonds
Healthful locatlou. Pupils boarded through
tbe summer months. Hoard, washlne and
tuition In tho EnatUb bronobos, 1300 per
scholastic year. Siwd fur circular.
"TV,! EADVILLE THEOLOQICAL SCHOOL.
Pduoates for tbe Christian Ministry. Room
rant and tuition free. An entrance f ea of KO
for eas, haat aad ears ot roosi. All expeases
Baoderate. Terra betias 8EPTEMDER S.
REV. A. A. UVERMORB, D. D.,
Prctklect. Moadvllle. Pa.
JITISB AIKEN'S SCHOOL FOR OIRLS.
Eatabllsbed la test. Prepares for ooHage,
traretasd boffle. Tbe raetbod by whleh the
mental taeullles are ednaated will be found
la tbe teeosd edition of Mis Aiken's pam
phlet oa "Coneentrated Attention," now
ready, for sale at Breotano's, S Union Square
pUTOER'S COLLBOB PREPARATORY
New Braaswiak, N. J.
Beardisag Ssbeot for Bays aad Yeoae Stea.
Preforea far tbe bant aollagei. setSaUae
sahaefa er baslaasa.
E. U. COOK, A. M Pi. P..
T. JOHN'S COLLBOE,
Wtst uniiiilsn aarameaeas MTH SBPTBM
BER. Btabt DaaartBaMs aad tear aaursas
a staaly. Baaatags baatad br ataara. Tana
sMdesats. For tatalagiia address tea arati
dsat. THOMAS FELL, LL B.. Pk. B.
T IXBBK SEMINARY,
Ji MaKbk9BBl afaMT yOH&jt fflUftf aMUt JMmVmmt JaaaetiaML
at Utttc, Tnatnatar Ooaatg, Pa. Wth year
B Baiaaafl tUllAibllasiaisMA taavbl fAbaaA fsaatalssUaSk
miabaats; sateteiOTiiiOthl of the ttdtTtatiial
BttnU SJaAp wu j BaUatatV TaaaTT tLbji.
AaMMO, 0fwn Lake, V. Y.
Tae fall aantsiii ot staalr. LaanHat
asaatalal aad btaBatei. A satatai taesthaa
laasahaA Vtaalatf BttaaBBBBVhaa? mmAw l&AhX jatiuuh
Sasitot hattas StaWftMslKt; at, MM. aaat
Tht Bt. VtOMUtlUlK B- hahWBB B-
a ttaaat jtaatts. baav haas BjMSHAg &j
af tat tttsl 9taatTs feaBar at
kkftftMafai' aMsVJat tsd aBBTWAaW ItvaaaaaV
(BBBWkBa lt8BBBJBK AaHEaVC 1HtWtyt WMi
PlnlaaJ AwtaA-ejraUa Afl.. UXtA hsaStl IsaOst aaaTsal at OBsa-
rnm apaaaeeBBisaaawe 1i aaasee aaaa" mmm sejer nTte'
A htih'tlaas aohMt- twlihtttMT havBt
tat aaaMtsio Bahahatat aatsvtatalteaav BitsaS
tmmit. laaaaas as Mr nnshajewtaaV
mmammu IL-mm aMtahtS aaaatsl ajfU 0 YaaaaaaV HrjBBfBBal
eBBBBw eBP aBaafastP ; aaataaa aw aatstv vsaaaBaBBBBa
aaaBtWJastf WaNIH Oa?
(.BiSJ-Si H T
A LSAIGH'8 6RASD orERAHnt'SB
To moiT At a
Last Appearat.ee of the FaTortfe Amorii j
A MRPIIISTO IN
lfts iehttme, Jeen and Dramatic r. 0 1 1
TTejar. Xorrtnn'8. Potwpsny ! th" .i 11
otfsaeiyartht of aesatte Tersfoa ot "Fian-t.
tlrtWpWerfal.BltOVKE-f SCENE Wtthlt-i
naiM of oswaiee l.totTTiNn.
Bt We;-Mm. Rtv'HARD MANsriELI
Bir9eai IrtawJer' aM "It. Jekyll and Mr
Ijist Performanre of
Coiified's Comic Opera Co,
This (Saturday) Erenlrp,
Steelal Performaiicenf Wnltr King stran,
The Gypsy Baron.
WIB8 I1HTT1NA PADELFORD asSAFFI
Next Week-The Inimitable
Seats no won sale.
"Vt W NATIONAL TUB VTRg-Nnxt Week
IN The Inimitable
LOT T 7X.
Three ClmnKes of Programme,
I Only Performanoo of Mars-
I uen s
Spoiling the Broth.
A Faint Heart.
Nan the Good-for-
Tho New Stusleat Comedy.
Tho Superb Company;
Waller Allen, Will s. ntliiir.
Parry llrown, Ooo. lt. Ilrodrrlok,
l.toi el niand, Frank Itotllston,
Slabella Uaker, Helen Payne,
Adelaide Cbtten, DoraWllon.
William Robinson, Musical Director.
Eeats now on sale. C- It
a LUAUon'aaiiAND orEnA-ilousE.
8UNDAY, NOVEMBER D.
LINCOLN SIUSIO HALU
And Ills Fntnous
Price llist lliior, SI SO; Balcony, si,
TlekclsalSIctzerott's. lllOFst. n w. t.
LHArCtrSNRW LYCKl'SI TIIEA IE,
Br taeement nt
SPECIAL WASRI.NOT0N NI01IT3,
Slonday. Nov, 10-JDLIUS C.KiAtt.
Sir. Booth as Brutus .Mr. Uarrett as Canlut
Wednesda', Nov. 1-M ACIIETII.
Sir. Boot has Slaobetb. Mr. Barrett as MVduff
Friday, Nov. H-OTUELLO.
Sir. Booth as laxo. Sir. Barrett as Othello
Fantculls.,... ,, ll.oi
Orchestra Chairs UW
Inoludleg transportation both ways.
Seats now on sale at Robert F. Miller's
Book Store, MB Fifteenth street, from 10 a
ia to & p. in.
. 8peolal trains for Waihlngton Nights will
leavoila Pennsylvania lt it. from Sixth
street Depot at l):40 p. m. sharp, arriving at
Union Station, Baltimore (three minutes'
walk from Lyceum Theatre). Returning,
leave same station Immediately after tbe per
HARRIS' BIJOU THEATRE.
Week Commencing Monday, Nov. 3.
WILLIAM E. niNBS and
MISS EARLE REMINGTON
In the Cyelonlo Comedy Sensation.
11EAKTS OF KEW YORIC,
IntroUuelnft a r-ennlne Police Patrol Wagon,
drawn by Fiery bteedt , in a maddening
dash aerou lbestase, and the most
Itealhtlo Fire Scene and Uero's
Rescue Ever Attempted.
Next week-BLUE AND TOE PRAY. 3 Ct
U THEATRE. 11T06T.
to Nianr to niqrt'
Lester & Williams'
London Novelty and Galeiy Company,
Week CeramosolBg Meoday, November 10.
Ladles' Hatlaeas Tuas.,Tburs, and Sat.
tarautl Doulile .tllructluii,
AMERICAN i FOUR
A IIIkIi Cluk Siieciallj Mioi,
And tbe Colored Atblatlc Celebrity,
Caaaiaioa Boataa Welgat of tbe W r-1
Wbo Wonted JnhnBia Murtaby Kllra'V;
Feojtat. aad woa the CbMauaWnsbiuut
Eagtaaa, DWastitg Nunc wall.e.
He will spar at every performance an 1
KiiHate?f W-haBlf Wood Sw(!j. 1
Jt Wi SsailtSBs yoaJay. Wadacady. Fi
mtmW aUtw sata4eWaaT
UsUSVaa StmLBaQDE CO.
A OWAJPPIC 3PBCIALTY CO
te n s.aHtntf at All Staaiaal Instrument ;
ttaaaata It Btstassasaay anisln
oosaa waltaar ahaaaaitoan
eswtttaw or a tftanny more
iisttatt that say othar sloths
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