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THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, 1NOVEMHER 10, 180U.
ONLY A SMILE
BUT IT RESULTED lit AN A8T0K-
a wm etustiAi mtm
Win PlirW in aa Amtiig MaMtr
WiMt a Trass BostMias.
A M, WD CfllNAMAH INTERFERED,
Ih fisiltlm American Hsi to (to lata
Bis Pektt awl Pay for Uh Fan.
A SlqaHt Mewing.
lie Certainly need most remarkabta
pntnrcs, ami tiswl tliem with a freedom
that rcry much surprised young Mr.
Leonard, until that youth happened to
haltingly think thai a Chinaman was an
Oriental, and that the Orientals are bom
nosluro-makers, says the San Francisco
Argonaut. lie was umtsutlly tall
for a Chinaman, and unusually gaunt,
too, and as he threw up his long nrms
to emphasise some particular statement
tho heavy jnde bangles slipped down
over his elbows, while, when he lowered
his arm again, he had to spread out his
flnccrs to keep the stone bracelets from
falling to the lloor. Now ho would
poise his left band, palm up, In the air,
and would dart his right hand in anil
out of this, the flnccrs all bunched to a
point, as though It wero some bird of
prey sweeping down on its quarry, At
another time he would drop both these
nervous liamls lo tho furthest limits of
arm's reach, scoop up an Invisible some
thing, and then, lifting this head high,
would scatter it to the four winds, with
n tornado motion of body and Hmb3 that
was very effective.
Tho piny of Ills facial tcaturcs was
quite as remarkable. Like so many of
his countrymen, ho was deeply pitied
with small po.x, but, unliko most of his
countrj men, his eyes were largo, though
obliquely set, and full of fire. IIU
neck was long and pliant as n snake,
and, indeed, when he threw back his
head, opened his mouth until tho cor
ncrs ran up to tbo cheek bones, and shot
out a Hash of light from under his halt
shut lids, there was something quite
ophidian In his appearance.
That young Mr. Leonard, In his sur
rcptltious rumbles through Chinatown,
was at first atlractid by the gesture
and lloancrgaln olcu of the Chinnmin,
thcro Is no doubt, but ntlcr a few mo
ments bad passed, his attention was
drawn to another of the group of which
the otator was tho centre. Ihere wer
fix of tlit in in this group, sprawled
iibrut the Utile gloomy store, in which
rotbtne In particular seemed to be sold
1 ivc of them were men and tho sixth
was a woman, or girl, or child, young
Mr. Leonard could not oxactly snv
which. Anyway, whatever borage may
have been, she was as pretty as a peach
or rather as a nectarine, for, ltka that
fruit, she was small and round and
plump and juicy, liku It her skin was
smooth and yellowish brown, with rod
splaslus here and there, and she still
like the fruit no doubt looked to be a
pood deal better than she really was
Iler lmlr wa startched out on oach side
of her head like a black butterfly's
wings, and was twisted Into a bar he
hind that lookul like the handle of a
black teapot. This general gloomlnesa
ot bcadKeur was, however, relieved by
sundry little paper chrysanthemums
stuck here and there, while in the
thickness of the teapot handle there
were two gold skewers, ct up like a St.
Andrew's cross. Her hair was drawn
back in front from a low but Intelligent
forehead, underneath which glittered a
pair of mischievous eyes. The nose wa
a snub, tho mouth was quite pretty and
provoking, and chlu and cheeks and
neck wera smooth and round. Down
below her trousers dark-purple, like
ber blouse showed two plump ankles,
covered with fine white socks, and be
neath these wero two tiny feet naturally
tiny lucated in shoes of light apple
green, with high, white sales running
down to a point from toe and heel like
the lines of a sampan.
Tbo trick of finding out that a young
man Is looking at ber is not confined to
the Cauc sslan girl, and two minutes bad
not passed before llttla Quong Loo be
gan to preen and perk.
She accepted a conical cigarette whien
one of the Chinaman offered her,
throwing out a deprecatory glascj at
young Mr, Leonard as she dhl so, m
tfcrugh to atk excuse for the mannish
custom, and pulled back her loo,
tletves there seemed to be five or six
cf them showing a dimpled aria that
ns altogether feminine. There fol
fc wed coy looks In the shelter of a big
red silk handkerchief, rogiuh smile,
half bidden by a veil of very queer
mulling tobacco smoke, until, alwoet
' i fori be knew it, young Mr Leouard
was deep in tbe midst of a first claM
1' itatiou with a third class heathen.
Tbe experience was one that male
yrang Mr Leonard tingle clear down
- tbe tips of bU Ullllaut yellow gloves
and that niAde aim Suh so Unit bU
spictac lea actually got dewy. It was
tbe t rst lime be Uati ever dewse aoeb a
tbtng, and be trembled wilta a deitckMu
ftui of joyful fright to Iklstk el wlt
be wuul I do if ever bis mwwi should
) w out wnat be was about.
He ami bis mauiuia were Beaton, peo
s,nlie rkli, and undoubtedly su
per! r She wag a widow, and tula was
ber only sob, br "luotfcer's boy.M He
Lltu a brought up like a, petbuab,
sl t liU that featlve young ereattue.
was irv funuce&t and very wnak aU
be ! ! ud it Tbougk w eevty 30.
L., i. i.LUii still catted Mm mug
a: 1 did nearly everybody eke, lot
tfce juittrul tbat Sie would nave
Uj? V in VokkwbockeM if
f . , . V osibly have done so; but even
v Mill Leonard's uuild anidt re
I . J at iLis, and be baitatl on ctoUtt
L.iH "uictd little self In Use rig of
U. -1 Dcl.mauic Ot Utfjee rare
.-i a i o which uiauuui allowed
) iu t i .;r.j horn under her watvriuJ
(.! iiiiug iojiwjctio invartably
'.v . Haby. be we yuudoet
i lh Uurf " awl hece he wee
. it.. ihv vciy wutat liwscrifitkw
i !. . 1 pasted the Uais.eieUitl
- c td bud arrived at iht ikyraic
v ,i . ha was alyly fetiiag w hu
l m vbliiju! cud, when U one
i v .-! .riul Clitenwsn'a coosce
i auiiwuf ajuisiawj viabio4 the
i . ii '.i whalws .-ulog on. fr
. . i bu baadi h mi siiapcadod,
t, Ui dropped wuh a Uach iw
, mi while he sh tout fiw
ills LOiupald.iU-i The
. V aud barulv -t r uh
i Vblul iX ali.l UD i.Jl 'U
h 1 tUu ft ai'Uit litjii. Jut
tursls from the tall Chinaman tVy
rtippwl ott anrt closed swiftly around
th stwtted yontb Before he knew
what bad bappptied vming Mr. Laniard
found blTnlf tnAo the "tore, sitting
(town rwsMe the llttlr Chinese girl
rench rlor than ho had evet durerl to
tmAgfnr and tbe Mx Chinamen so
tbickly grouped abrtut him that be M
hWden behind ttrem as by a wall
HitW all of China, In fV'- With
eMMffkc wnfirlnce and srmstlrtn the
if nldii pwt bet right arm around his
tst Mtd kept It tlre with a vlgof that
i qufte irifprth)g, white she bronght
her left hsnd, boldrng the Mg. rwrt Mlh
handkerchief, so cknely ip to jong
Mr. Leonard's month thnthe -mM only
ttlk In a iott of mumbled undertone
Immerlhttely la front of Mm towered the
tnll CWtwman, and In the Chinaman's
band was a huge revolver.
"Yon wan buy that 1111 e1t" In
qntted this monster, woTklng ihe re
volver ronml unlil Its mume looked
like n revolving disk in an experiment tn
"Ooml gwnelou. bo'" young Mr.
Leonanl wm ttmlentooil to stammer
"Wha' for, then, you try mashee,
Good gwacious'" stimmerwl the
youth again, ami there stuck, feeling
very much ae if be would like to cry.
"Lookee beab, yon dam fellah,"
ssld the Chtnaman, throwing open his
mouth as though he was going lo
swallow his victim, "me, Qtiont: Ah
"Wok, baddest hlehblmleb San Flan
clsco. Sixteen man boy like you"
ticking them off on bis fingers with the
pistol irnrrel "I kill already this
week. Now, I kill you, too, 'less you
buy this 1111 gel or give me bund'ed
"I haven't got as much money with
me," mooned young Mr. Leonanl.
"How much you got?" persisted Ah
"Only about $.3 and some odd
ccnlJ, don't-cher know." chattered tbe
victim behind the red silk handker
chief. "Lcmmo have all you got dam
quick," said the torrlblo Ah Wok,
playfully poklnu the revolver In his
victim's vest pocket.
Young Mr. Leonard lost no time In
bnnding ocr bis coin and bills, though
the operation left his purse ns limp a9
"Now, then," said Ah Wok, with a
combined movement of the head, body
and arms that made him look like n
gigantic crane nbout to take flight
"now, then, young fellah, you sklppco
heap fi fl, and, lookee heal), you no snv
no word any ohc, or I come wc all
come kill you In your 1111 bed."
Young Mr Leonard wanted no further
pirmlsuon, and tho encircling arm of
tbo maiden being reloascd, ho tottered
out and did not stop tottering until bo
had reached the hotel. There be half
frightened mamma to death by his
ghaslllncss, but ho attributed it to
"climbing so many bweastly hills," and
after lying down for an hour or two,
with nbotllo of smelling salts to his
note, be was again able to stand on his
ftct and face tbe wicked world.
The next day wasSunday, and young
Mr. Leonard and his mammi went to
the First llapterlan Church, that being
tbe tect of which the Leonards had al
ways been strong supporters. Mrs.
Leonard's devotions wero considerably
Interfered with by the liauntlmr suspi
cion that she knew the bonnet in front
of ber, and, sure enough, when Its
wearer happened to turn round to see
tho slneers, who should It be but Mrs.
Todhuntcr, also of lloston.
"Stay after service, my dear," whis
pered Sirs. Todhunter. during one of
tbo hjmns, "we're golntr to have a
treat convorted Chinese."
All tho missionary eal of the Sew
Englander was stirred at this bint, and
they staved. Tbe first part tn the ap
pendix to tbo service was n Chinese
Sunday school, and young Mr. Leonard
did not seem to be half as charmed by
the services as his mother had expected
blm to be, indeed, It was all he could
do to keep from sneaking out of tbo
pew, or lying down In It. under the
plea of being poorly.
He heard the dovout heathen singing
somo horrible travesty of dear old
"llousseau's Dream," with all tbe vigor
and tunefulness of a blacksmith's bel
lows, and then be beard a resonant,
crackly voice, at sound of which
voice bis heart melted like wax within
blm. He glanced fearfully up. There
was no mistaking that ophidian bead
and those free gestures It was Quong
Au Wok, tho prince of highbinders.
He was tellloe tbe story of his con
version, of bis being brought out of
tbe darkness and confusion of ancient
Confucianism Into tbe perfect clearness
of new Uapterianlsm, and telling It
with a redundancy or picturesque ac
tion which young Mr. Leonard knew
only too well.
"And now me il lean'" cried the
convert, with a fountain like move
ment of the hands from tbe chest up
ward and outward; "all same q1 lean
like snow, while you, pool slnnels,
black like Mellcan man's shoe. Come,
be clean, come, be white, then all go
heaven, sing, sing, sing fo-levah
To say tbat joub Mr. Leonard was
amazed is but faintly to express his con
dition. He was simply stupefied, aad
it was in this stupor tuat be sotuekow
knew bis mamma was taking blot by
tbe arm and leadlngbimuptotbepulnft
platform to shake bands with the eon
yerltd Ah Wok.
'So charmed." be beard bis mamma
say, and then, be felt bU hand seized In
a bony paw; a few quick. Low guttural
were spoken and then there was a thin
He looked up, petfosee, and there,
sitting; In sweet deaiureneaa, was the little
'This my niece, also one ClUtian
gel," said Ah Wok. with a fearful
working of hk mobile Jiws and loer
legof kislbU, "you plae shake uande
Young Mr. Leoaard nut out a uvmM,
Sulverluii band, and felt it gently
fkled in the palm. He ventured a
timid glance front the corner of his eye
ana wet one as full o wtarhje wits
wonkry. He thought of Celestial wile,
of bit fW, and lgB4.
And the nsakien ttntll
alhlBK Mot $ka and lfep,"
in tbe tsntetautt, though appropriate cx
yttmlum usee In dewitMng the awenraBue
ot many females, wbum Hasnre toleneVllor
Ijeiftt-t (ietaia uf her haaUiwunc. bat
who have been teduuai to M 4i rvUn
uum4UIms t) some of Uuj organic trouble,
tnulur to the sex, styled senate m
plauti," the jmntiMu of wfakh mm '-an
all guju) fAg," weakness ie the be-k, ee
peilhUj BetfefiwSi nestrousneas, aud euete
uau.-s tnsurl. Ttu! Liwe fet these beauty
jttfolng truuhU-s and as undoubted one
incur) uuei Ur PWrtVs P atocUe l?re
m mtUa, and U renders It UBueceMr to
Lijiuit a doctor adit agreeable duty for a
tttodeet woman. Ot drufiElsta.
v&t an wteesese imssvs v ttt.
A u4Kate ha dlccted a purchase
tbjouih Mr- Vtvuto Hufiy, the seal
iate AraWr, ot all the square Irtag be
iwito Tbixun end a Half and Mt
uiroih and U and streets, ih the
acutktH of the ocon owned by the
yessuTKaidor. which U held at high
at d iaaty price. Au ktrh: HgW &m
ii to be erected on the gruiidd.
Mu.uy Person arc 'jj
Bruvtu's Irou Jiittcrt. itL u.ui
FOUGHT TO A
DAJfORTH kU HtIHNAR HlYE
EIQIT RODNW If EAR MIIPHlS.
lh Arreettt Wr the nnrormtM.
MmtB It Jnhk Mho n IllrlrMnImm
it win irvimi)tr fife h-
31 Mrm, Tjw , Ifor. W. The ftcM
between Tommy Panforth of Jfew Or
leane ami lleddy Jlrennun ot Strwalor,
HI., took fffeee itenr mt yesterday
sfteTBorjB. Thevreather and comlltrons
of tbe men were favorable to a good
light, but the eteorable management of
the affair has Stamped it as a hippo
drome. The lroat, which hae been
condemned by the commlstloners, left
the Court-street whatf at 8 p m. In
stead of 1 p. m., as atlvertlsed, ami mwle
two ttlns, carryins: the ectrtton lo the
grounds five miles below the city.
Coming back, this Imat made five land
ings, fettling It would sink.
The tight began at 3:05 p. m. The
first round wa decidedly tame, no hit
ting being done.
In Ibe second Drennan, after chasing
Dan forth around the ring, hit him In
tbe face with his right, knocking him
clear over the ropes. After the latter
rexalned his feet be started for Ilrennan,
and bitting him over the left eye, drew
In the third Danforth landed hard on
Urennan's neck, the latter countering on
At the beginning of the fourth Dan
forth jumped at Ilrennan like n Hirer,
but the latter dodged him and landed
his left hard on Danfortb's neck. D.in
forth retaliated by hitting bis man a
hard blow on tho chest.
At the beginning of the fifth round
both men appeared fresh, and Danforth
again wont for Ilrennan, hlttine him
hard with his rlpht on the chin, ilren
nan reached for-Danforth, but fell short.
Thcro was considerable Infighting when
the round closed.
Tbo sixth round opened with sparring
for wind. Danforth landed n vicious
blow on Urennan's car which staggered
him, but bo rallied and countered, but
again fell short.
At tho outset of the seventh Ilrennan
knocked Danforth down.
When tho latter arose bo was seized
around the neck by Ilrennan, who was
proceeding to pummel him In n lively
fnflilon, when the referee parted them.
The eighth and last round was a good
exhibition of sparring, Danforth getting
In a good left-hander on Urennan's face.
At thu closo of this round Referee John
J Hogan declared tho fight postponed
on account of darkness, and It is said It
will be resumed to-day.
Danforth weighed about 123 and
Ilrennan 13H1 pounds. Danforth nns
seconded by Fllzslmmons nnd Carroll
of Now Orleans, and Ilrennan by Hugh
and John McManus of St. Louis.
END OF A SENS4TI0HAL G1SE.
Ilr. llrnim's .mnllnnt PleiuU (Itillty to
Slini'In Anuiutt Hint l 1'lneil,
0. Thomas Parker, charged with as
sault with intent to kill Dr. Gustavo
Drown In September last, was arraigned
for trial in tho Criminal Court this
morning before Chief Justlco Illnghatn.
The details of tho shooting, which took
?lace In Dr. Brown's rooms on
iftcenth street, and the sensational
tcandal whleh followed tbo assault
have already been published.
When the case was called for trial
this morning the court room was (Hied
with an Interested crowd of spectators
who looked forward to n long trial, re
pletu with sensational developments.
The crowd was disappointed, however,
for the prisoner's rounici, Messrs.
Lipscomb, Hell and 1'ields, withdrew
the pita of not euilty to tbo Indictment
for assault with Intent to kill and en
tered a plenof guilty to n charre of
simple assault. This mode of dispos
ing of the case satisfied the Govern
ment, and Parker was sentenced to pay
a tine of f 80, after which he was .dis
charged. Hiietl for Illegal belllae,
Xoblo Husk and bis Maryland-avonue
oyster house figured In tho Tollce Court
again to day. He was charged with a
violation of the liquor law In selling
without a license. Ho was previously
tried for tbe same offense, but a new
trial was granted because there was some
misunderstanding about tbe time set
and the defendant's counsel, Mr. Cahlll,
was not presont. Tbe testimony against
Hush was given by three colored men,
who have served terms. The name of
one of them. Deegs, appearing on the
police docket over twenty times. The
character of some of the witnesses for
the defense were equally as bad. Several
distinct sales were shown and tbe tine
Imposed was the usual one, f 105.
Celebration of Good Templars.
The reports from tbe various com
mittee having charge of tbe celebration
of tbe twenty fifth anniversary of tbe
introduction of tbe order In this Dis
trict, show tbat tbe occasion will be
highly Interesting and successful. Tbe
celtbratiou will lteela on Sunday,
tbe 23d Instant, wjaen Dr. Corey will
iklUer the anniversary sermon at tbe
Metropolitan Church. On Monday
eveuiBg a big meeting will be held at
tie Congregational Church, and tbe
following night a new lodge of tbe order
will be instUuied. On Wednesday night
the Grand lodge of the District will con
vene in annual seseloa. and this will
close Ibe celebration.
Trlwl far Cruelty ta a llurte.
William Stewart, an aged colored
man. was accused to-day of ha v lax
cruelly treated a cart hetee belonging
to AUweey 3tose- Stewart said that
he tsjuck the borne with a iiule switch
and that the euieaal began kicking and
caught hi foot over the esois her of the
Alia and dialocaied the stuie joint.
J mUe MUler said these wag no question
but Ihat the horse had heen Maiatreated
on atftuunt of the man not knowing
how to drive a none. The ahe Imposed
lUfM uf Mr. Itarsvact Hutu an.
Mr. Herbert Browne, Use editor of the
ianfw- 'jfutdi, ami well knows hi thie
city, where he was euaj.:tBd with the
VttMS a UM MM.
Inthechjt) in equity of Jaiues M.
Brown vs. Grace WgM and Ury
Tjua t yjaui e. hankriinifY of
s-1'1 " sww isnpnppjnwss' "swsfsw
StrriPirt T. Wygwt. iWriil Ms i
UdihJhshit flhAnhf GnULfinfiLttl
TWmHP fpFw" 'njsnp wnffne
Howaid ttuyd, a yousu; negw. uled
fur eLtaAUig hone txons JgJu Dugan.
as feusid auiliy in tJhw Crtwinai Court
te-wny and Sintepf e BOwtsiMsid uetll to
VI tu ew&-) Vhehktsnejf she yaftn.
CferUii-tn Ntkon. Charka T-lier,
Ale t I'Wuiau Koab Hurkt kJUn wa
lkiid ojI 'WtUiAu Fon juiow d
a j.iri. ut tij,rauu ihat Mtot lj tin.
fallil IblS li.JOlu f.l aiity JaS
RAD JUST CONE FROM CHURCH,
ttnt It CWt I ntn A rirht WMh a
Robert Mmllton, a colored empoye
ot the Postofflce Department. ffM to
rray charged In the Police Court With
olsorderly rontlurt, and also with as
'Suiting Caleb A Magruder, a con
ductor on a Pennsylvania aveowe car.
Magnrdet told Moulton to get oft of the
platform of the car, as th rule were
against his riding there. The two hud
snme wonts, a scuffle ensued ami both
fell to tbe pvetnn. MmilUrn m hh
left eye bndly dltcolored and Magrnder
bad bis leg ami arm bruised.
Detective Mak-on who haprwned to lie
near at hand arrested Moulton who In
sisted that tbe conductor hit him first,
be took hold of him to prevent a sermid
blow and they fell from tbe platform
Moulton said further that he had Just
come from Sunday school at the 1. e
ntw Church ami that he never drank
whhky nor used cuss words. The
aesanlt case was dismissed and the ver
dict as to dleonlerly conduct reserved
until Detective Mabon's evidence c mid
r-c-l lit- Oluli Itth-ir I'teelr.
Offlcer Grant had Charles Mathews,
colored, In the Police Court this morn
ing for disorderly conduct In Xaylor's
alley. On Satttnlay night the offlcer
heard some loud talking going on and
went Into the alley to see what was
going on. The most of the men
scampered away, but Mathews was the
first man found and be was taken Into
In court Mathews testified that
Grant rushed up to him and hit him
with n club without saying a word,
and be had several witnesses toprovc It.
"What did you hit blm for Mr. 0111
cor?" asked tho Judge.
"Deceusc he would not go to the sta
tion," replied tbe olllcer.
Jtttloe Miller suspended sentence.
The defendant asked what he could do
with tho olllcer and was told to iro to
the trial lioard.
I.lcenncil to Weil.
Marriage licenses were issued todiy
lo tho following persons: John A. Wahl
and Molllo K. .Smith; William J. Hart
of llulTalo, N. Y., and Fannie Jackson
of Washington: Harry Cole and Nsnnlo
11. Knps of Essex County, Ya.; Harold
Hobday and Cbarlotto C. Llndgulst;
George C. Kills nnd Mary 1-3. Ball;
Gumming Ueons and Corn llrooks.
No Stnto'i- r.onrt.
t rem the t'hUuttlihUi Lt'igti
Island No. 71, on the Mississippi, has
an owner, hut belongs to no State,
county or township. Prom a paper
read before the Engineers Club of this
city It appears that according to the
enactment whereby the Statos of Ar
kansas ami Mississippi were created,
the liver boundary of tbe former ex
tends to mld-slream, that of thu latter
to mid channel. Herein Islhedldlculty.
A disslpntcd freshet turned the current
against thuMlislsslppi bank, nnd Bhlft
ed tho former position of mid-channel
many rods to tho eastward, so tbat the
fortunatoor unfortunate owner foil a I
his possessions beyond both the mid
river point of Arkansas and the mid
channel line of Mississippi.
Wn-linctor Stork llxtilinncn
Sales Itegular Call 13 o'clock iu.
Kcklnf-ton A Soldiers' Home It. 11.,'JO a (Hi.
Atntstlcan (irapboiibene, 5 a Is).
Miscellaneous ltonds -- V. d. Electric
Light 1st, U's, ltrl; U. S. Klectrfc Light,
1, ft's, 1 10; W. ii U. It. It. 10-10 TVs,
It'te-'ai, lWiJ; V. A U. Convertible O's,
118; Masonic Hall Ass'd, 5's, V 1HH, lOtl;
Wash. Market Co., 1st Mori., It's. 110;
l sli. Msrkst Co., Imp., O's, il.t; lulM .t
Stalosra Co., O's, C !Sl7, -; Wssli. I.t.
Infaiitr), 1st, O's, 1WH. W. Wash. I.t. In
fsntrj.W, ", Ivai.tM; Wash. Uss IJght
Co , Ser. A, 0', HOi; Wash, (las Unlit Co ,
Ser. II, li'e.liKH; lljgeelc IceCo., Ut .Mort.,
O's. --; Amerleau Security atxl Trust, W).
National Hank Stocks Hank of Vua
Inirton, iSO; Hank of lletmbllc, S7S; Metro
politan, SOS; Central, SCO; tieeood, 3U0;
runnel 8 and Mecbanlts, .W: CltUen', 170;
( uluuiUe, j Capital, lit); West Kad, 109;
Traders', l'l; Lincoln, '.15.
lUllroud Stocks WashlnKtoa ami
Ceoreetown, IS; MtroiolltaB, t); C
liimbis, 70; Capitol awl North O tstrt,
S; Kcklngton and Soldiers' l!om,Siii;
aeorgtow u and TeiinallytownU); ItrluWt
Insurance Stocks Fireueu's, 47; Frank
lln, 5tJ; Metropolluu, 70; National UahMi
11J; Arllngtoo, IN); Corcoran, 08; Crfum
lla, 15J; German America!), lit); l'otoae,
W'. i'lggs, b: I'eople's, 5; Ubo1h, Si.
Title luiurance Stocks Ileal Bstate
Title, 1S5; Columbia Title, M; WaldBsto
Has aiul Klcctrlc LfgtitStoeks Washing
ton Gat, -15; Ceorgetown Gas, lis; U. 1.
Telephone Stocks PennsylvaBU, 9a;
CUciajitake and i'otouiae, ; Auierieau
llUtellautotu tstoeks. Watblsztou Mar
let Co., 17; Wublagtou Brtek Maehlae
Cu UQO; Urest Falls Ice Co., 1VK); Dull
Hub l'anoraiua Co., IK; Nstloual Safe !
iolt,3ol; WWBgtoB Safe Deposit, 1,
Vtblw(tOB Loan sod Trust Co., 4; Na
tional TJpQgrapbic, , MergeBtnaUw, ;
1'ueuaiatle Guu Carriage, i; American
tfecurtty and Trust Co , 00; Llueolu Hall,
; Ihgieek lee Co., ; latefoceaa
BuIUIbic Co,. .
DE LBISIIMUTT-MOPFAT -On Keveu
bee i. tue. bv tb Hev. J A. beafeier. at t
Jobn' C'tuicb. (iautiwtown. Lyaa O. On
Lei.lw.utt to Urave WVltaey Monatt.
KKS-HCKISE -0 November , Jf
the Kv Jtr. Ooot. fbtaws Kae of piula
4elpnla to Mr. iUto itouse.
M.CAMJLJbH - SUTHBHI.AVD. - Oa
WwHJsy areata. NMrBbr&. iSW.at tbe
k etdeaee or tbe bnde'a mother, bv tbe Met
Ckarles K Pyae. Howard SaUM Mel'aaeMJsa
to Fbweaee SBtaerhuuI, daaitliter or the late
Major . J. iwthrlaaa.
HhVOOKS.-Oa Xovewber T. lew. Perieatia
Qeode Urouk. laiatt daubtr of Mr Sva
aad K . Walter HTfcoolu.
MstowN -Ob aatordar. Movessiber S, itee,
aftvt a ort UlaeM, Uswr .. betoed sua
el Juba b. and UaarletU Browa, aei
OLIU.-At his Msttenee. 1SW U treet.
Voveaiber 7. 198. Pwiariso udo, Cbare d'
Affaires ol tbe BetHiblic ol Ooeta HSea.
BKABLBY.-Ott Saturday. Nveahtr .
bsee.I4wanl,uilaatauaol F H aadMat
A. Bradky, aged H dajs
UUtiKV TO UI4X.
V (As? "ffftlt tkgk'UMITY.
IK ALL ei'btt.
to WAX OK sutaX TAT aCClUli.
AT 4MB S rk CSMT.
KXAL BsTArg 4.1 D Ui
aau Vtre Iiun
a to u pans or tbe ut.y
j,urtkut. Cufiuir ath nd s
cwlc bruit B::i-
ssuyu WTATg tm
at loyest tatee i4
DRESSING THE FAFF.
tfmpt Ml SnirnDt fwMrete Are
Jr tl .wwt rnfretat-.
According to the New York .Sn tbe
pTORfst style of hair drenfnt inclines to
greater aimpllrltv and more apparent
naturalrtts. .ime of the graci fnl ami
t nming miwlcs no In vogue find their
Mtael eoBMpfparis Irt tbe fashmns prev
aitntumonginrieut Roman and Grecian
rfamW. llurftig the petted when physi
cal culture reached the highest nofnt
of perfection hair dressing wt ot Wte
simplest and prfeTved tbe contour of
tbe head as near as posrtbl. Artificial
hair wa not then In high favor, al
though the TgypHan women, who were
compelled hr cutom to have their hewls
shaved, sub!ltnted for their nsturil
tresses wigs elalioratety curled ami bratr.
ed. The color most ptiueil for tbef
wns a coppery reddish hue mrjeh like
tbat now ie demand. In selecting a
enlfTnre one's own personality should
be taken Into account. A pallid. len
der girl would notebook lorfcs In which
a suspicion of red could be detected,
lint a woman with eyes of changeable
bluish green, a massive chin set on a
throat llko an Ivory pillar, strongly
accentuated eyebrows, and a virile
grace of movement may safely change
her unobtrusive brown braids to the
most alowlnsr f onner bron?e or oolden
red ami lie a trainer thereby. Three
pulfs irregularly arranged from the end
of the hair that Is twisted on top of the
bead are becoming, easily arranged with
out the assistance of a halr-dreser nnd
sum cspirially suited to brown or
biack dresses, which, enjxitMnt, need
greater tidiness of arrangement than
blonde or silvery hair. Crepe of flully
effects are best adapted to a blonde or
fjoldcn hair, while the pompadour roll
s the most dignified and stately fashion
yet Invented for gray hair. Crimped
or waved hair, Introduced by Lady
Urooke, altboueh apparently eay to
arrange, Is In reality difricult, for the
waves must be uniform, and this clTect
can only be procured by on experienced
maid or hairdresser.
1'nr-ItfHctilnc In Its ltesnlH.
1 rom the Lo'iimlh f'tiuricr-Jotirimt.
The Issue of these elections has a sig
nificance which reaches far beyond
parly lines. It Is a triumph of popular
government. It Is a new vindication
of Democratic rule, not in the merely
pnrtUan sense of the term, but In the
broader meaning of n government by
tho people nnd for tho people. The
people have demonstrated again their
Bpeclty to protect themselves from the
selfishness of Individual greed and the
madness of party spirit.
DKI'OT (JUAltTBlLMASTBRS OPFIOB,
Washington, 1. v.. Nov. 1, ttwi.
feealnl irntcaK In triplicate, nibje.it to
HfunHotHlltlnns, will be receheil bxre until
11 o'clock a in. IlKrKMIIUIt 1M, 1W0, mi'l
then otvtnl, for fiirnliltlnit. durlne tbetU
monlln e-imitncnclint January I, 11. ati'l
etiillriK .lure SO, 1MH. Mich fornite, atr.inr
atxl titan as mar be reiulrel. ITeferene
villi tiegtvimtn artlclep uf domestic iiroiuc
Hon or msiiiifncttire, conditions ot Miuatltr
and iniwi umludlni tn tbe prloe ot toreltn
production or manufactures the ilntr
thereon) bclne equal. All Information to
iiulretl will lie (urnlhtt on atioltcstlon tu
this olVce. r'tivelcii- (ontalntint iriMAts
truld lie matkctl "rroixMals for luraire ond
Straw," ai.l addressed tn n H. DVNIIY.
Deputy (jiurtcrmsiler (leneral. 1' S A.
r53r"OFFIfB OF fnt.I.K( TOKOFTANEi.
District of roliirabla, Washington.
I), C, Oetotier SI. IMifl Tax yre ot the
District will take notl.o that tlionniterlaoeil
has received the duplicate of aesoiuts t
the taxes for the year tntllnie June 30, Itat.
and will be ready to receive payment ot
taxes at tbeolnon from and after the Hrt
day of NOVKMHUK, 1800. One-half or aaltl
tax Is due Novcreber I. ison, the other half
May t, IhOl. Oe w much of the first hnUof
MM taxes due November, UK.), as sltall not
tie i lit during all nxmtli. a ienalt) of two
VI) percent, will tm added on tbe tint day of
each succeeding month thereafter until tbe
tann U paid, or otherwise proceeded with as
tbe law directs. The law Impose a like pen
alty for nonpayment ot second half, due
May 1. IKtl.lf do' paid wtthliiMld month of
Slay. 8. 0. DAV1 j. Colleetor of Taxes, D.C.
THE SAMK HOHSBI-OKKg TOR
tViX-TWni THE COAb.
W0KK1N8 AT ESKNlJfCS, P. C.
MK. JOHN JtVAV.
Invites the dfeesrattatfesaast toeali at
111 Slath street, aad taaee tbebr order
fur a Met riaas aatnt oetS-tat
3StarHBt HKU8V1D K.Wl5tT.
UM Feaaa. ava., oppuarte WUbud'a Uatel
Taotiaade f ro far aid Bear visit Dr. WUte'e
ktablieiiBMBt for relief from and avoUaae
of eonw, beakiM, dbaased aaUa aad all
other loot troubles Qotus. 8 a. u uSa.ia.
Sawiays. to B. Oflke tee, H ur vbdl !
iHittiaf thefeet tnguud wniar. Metabtlshsst.
ZaST j, CeaTery lsthe oaly ha aad
hoaaet ft awe auuiuaetiuer in the etty. Call
and see her new shapes. Wlea'-bleif aad
mt skisa Straw and felt bats altered to the
latest tjU OtAen pnUly itlessieil to.
syi-j. wiuoaj uut
tieecassor to Heoxv tee' Somit,
SSZ FA. AVE. X. W ,
SraiMih Oaaoa. sag Marylaad ate, a. w.
flaiiemi te AJMnOAf 9HflsM isUsM W tt)fss
StSeaae esSesTeWMTT. tThaEl sST
said and walus-s fur tasally ef two.
aiuat so hoaitf ulehta. fad, wish rnferiinif's.
Set's and 1, at Vk uth a. tfMi
-rAh.rsi-A uKeiuN ut ruBuxst-
eral hoeaevork la a small famtir: wegea
W SUM que ni5
T ASTlfi-A KA-r olA- TOlOOf.
WtoPaBaitSf "" hafSefESSe
aoa stay ees-, bwi
Il "Wwb Aps at 1-aB 4
IV ?r RJAM.EJt4Si.l!
- h reecnivs.
WAMrwev-A tA? MJMfmsrnms
white cJxt torceutra.! twaiSSRM la a
jaaufewtij uSSe 3t
4 WWW tisl. A COAX
awre; u a awMimmmi
ypiy v iM ia a w-
rAai-A varrg wom.k, irtv
It reCeeeacaa: aaaeial L.jiUfc.ofl. iwo ui
imout tmwr i
-rANTB9 A KlUiBLh stri'LEO
tltl I Mtll
l U l 1
"ttrASTFn-BY A OI.OTtD tfrOSH
V V p'aec to conk and h tn private
lly. Alr sn Hnrf St. Atetsrl,
OLOTtftD WOM tS. A
-ttfAKin-ST A rCTAflt ootn
VV Sl, Washing to te at home: (rood refer
enees. iMUHstn M
A nKSPBCTABMJ COVD
t gfri, a i
irl, a sit nation as choettaM m pfi
I'all or alnrc nsw uraiiiiw
WASTKD- BY A RRSMNT At. COT.'D
man, a place as coachman laaprlrste
fsmi's; (mod references Mffltststp s Tt
WA!WltD-BY S RlfflMtCfAW.R roTVT
ttrls, places as camSstmaMs m nrlratc
fsmifies. references rT Cmwi are n w.
rA5fTH)-RY A RWMWtA Bt Pnl
r vprtman fl-t etAs tanmiress. Wftn
lnr to brine Ik me or tn go ont; flrst-clas . iiy
referetice slven. ijh Sftthstn Jt
fANTRD A KRaPBCTAM. CWflRRD
msk. reference frm lMt piece. 9W iiah n y
A FEW DMHRABM ROOW, WTTH
steam pewsr, tooi elevator service and first
elass JaattofsWp, tn the POST MJILnrw,
for rest at vw rates to flrst-clsss tenants.
Apply to ST1IJNW HUTCHtTO, MS Pot
BulMteir, or FRASK MAfiClRH, !iperia-
MnwM. , Wn tiTMHSnaat e
' tnrtdsfwrl room, secovd story. ISM 9th rt
troR RgT-n; tiTtt ;t x w, tRflR
1' frrrnt room steam h at: furnished nleely.
oouw. on SBcoml and third doors, with
rd Also table hoard at 513 per month.
TIStSthstnw to It
I70K KBNT-TWO I.AROB UNFURNI8IIBD
1' com. rooms, 1 flmr. south front four wla
dows, het. o-as hot bath pnrciics. lis O
stnw tefs. telt
TroR HKNT-WlMODArrmms TARLORI,
X.1 14C6 (J t n w may be rented at reason
able rates. Including beat, ltht piano and at
tendance, for classes, readings, societies and
clnhs The teadlng room and library are
open tn members from 8 a m tfl Ie p m.
Monthly membership tickets for sale at It
brary MA1IY DB8HA, Secretary. lw
Oil HKNT-NICRJY FTRNlsnUTJ Bf ft
parlor bedroom; heat am! '
Apply at 1 130 ethstnw S3t
YfOK 11BNT-A tAROB, NEWLY FIR
V nlsbed front room; southern evposure;
gas, beat and ne of parlor, llf. tj l n w
rooms or floor of S rooms; nicely fur
nished; brick house, excellent location: c m
venlentjto tars. i 19th st n w 8 It
170U HKNT-FtlltNtPURD FRONT ROOM
1' on Sd floor to Kentlemsn: heat ami cas,
private family; 510 per moeth. -WBHstnw.
I70U RKNT-KfllNISHKn AND UNFtTH
nlshed rooms on xd floor, new house;
furnace heat; no children. 987 ath t n w
Oil nENT-FllllNlSllED I'AHLOIt AND
beilroom on Bret floor;
FOR HENT-FITHNISHRD ROOM, ) Flo!;
board If desired COS K at. :-St
FUlt KENT UOUMH.1.
IseSMstn vr.lt rs JSHll
lsMMsssare. lTrsand stable 86V i
11STM st n w, 11 rs ISSBT
1sn M at n w. IS rs 1!W
lll?Ma-KTen w. Urs t ft)
tlthstex.. lrs I
lSHHItsiBW, lrs IBM
lH sist n w. is rs V)m
lSlHConnatpnw.il ra 91 ST
i:iS(jstnw, llrs IH
iter I st n w, Il r ... S8S1
lTfSystBW.ll r , ss a
iKSdlstBW. llr i
ITS CVrcoranst.lt rs n (
lTMCorwunnst. 11 rs 7S(l
1B0 N st ii w. 10 rs SOW
IKSNthstn w. M
iAfayette Niuare. 11 rs '
IMOaethstnw.Trs as l
lTthtnw.siriBt dwic W
UM Florida ate. Nra S 09
nst3Ut stnw.Sr ION
Tbe above boose nan be examined by per
rait from our office only.
TllOMAS J. FInHK CO .
FOR KENT-NE'.V 8TOKE AND DWELL
IruoB tbe s w corner 18th and CiUiw
lVlw SUSTthstn w,
FOR RENT TWO BRAND NEW HtX
rooai irame houses, blah and dry loo
Hon: er churches and ubtlo school In
I'BtoBtuWB. laqulreof A. UE1IKBND,4.11
Ftlli hALK IIOUSIW.
1?OH aALE-IN" ALEX ANDRfA? "roOM
? frame bouse, lust BBtsblnic; nydraottu
yard; lot MiUS; snug tome; price, SHO. Ap
n& to HOBSRT J. THOMAS, Room No. 1, U
Il'OH HALETHREE OF TUE LIIKAl'iWT
! bosses la Wa.ulwjtOB. WM, 108 aad 1W
tub t a e; two-ttory aad baiument, browu
stoat' IrlBUttlaaa; t worn and bath; aleotrle
bell aad gas: price, f Suo eaeb, SSOO aash
belsiwe ta salt or trade for rood lota.
KDlt SAI.K AMI IlKNT.
1JEAL BBTATE BtXLETlN
THOMAS E. VYAOOAMAN, UT F street.:
Cbasgea made Wedaasdave aad SulanUys.
SW5TOHY BRICK AND FRAME HOtftlUB FOR
asstoaaSMd avesw.bb.4r tH.Rs)
lSSItoieMIKst bo, b b ors. aad las to
bW mt b e. b L, rs, all ISjWO
m 3Tst w. b a. s re 13
SW ajat SOS Va ava and SeS&thst aasi S
UBtBtermed tote. e 1 see
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sis leth st e. t b. s r IMO
sa.Girfsw.th.Sr , JJW
Mas a Ca t, b b.&w... .. Uf
USS to tM Eats eTf b,l week l.
TTb.Tr ' IW
414 Est se. IU.5rs lsi
AlUy bet 4 east Sth. H aad I v. r,
SIS-1V1T Burke's ailef.f h,4reaeh- - W
T BeLe ave e. h h. 4 ra.
4S L it e. b h. S r M
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w e' r" 9 '. , .
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nMssjw'soi cauatia'tei,"e. to
It Cbeater l ourt n w, 4 r Vt 00
SSr aad dva M at n v, Mrs -fsS
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table waj9WWbt i 5 9
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1 ie' iu viud i ud..tkic mmitm' aut
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n .B4;M,iXJ'BOFDSJaa AlA
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suttl kccurltlea bau.Ut uu-l nold
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n JT.Bmiwjl i?t70i.
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t.t rnjr it t-tttttvnr.
A ytSISlEtiHA!. 419tilt.
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7lT fc thtlh",
FrWRT)8 JjyH1yf,tlTHlhs!t .
b. 11ARTBRECHT. 1t51hirt.
PAiwT BRRtyjto rjrj . r? rth r st,
BFBiRF.Rft EtJIRl ttr.Ya.av
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.it uriiflinr'.s tiar.ts. ..
a r pavjikr, n't si n w.
i. iti(. s a w
. m llth st n .
AS. 1418 R Y. ave.
A. H BU!
L. MIS R.f n.w.
FY BR if I, and Pa. .
W DBIVFR.nrwPa. ave
IIAOER1 Y. IS I'a ave.
STHNRWRR, 418 T t . W.
hut ri. i; MS.
TR R ARLINGTOK BOT. Cfl.. 87th and R n.w.
H I h .rS .1 i IIS TV.V Till IMS.
.1 tt. RWSlBglR JWj 1Mb St S. W.
JOH5TBYf4Ll.SrJlt Cap St.
lit TTI It, t ifi,-.'Af; I Ml J.HIlS.
IAS. F. OYSTBB. Ta. are, and th st.
;t ic hi: ms.
A. 1.0BFF1.BR. no-4 Centre Market.
TIIOS T KBAXR tn 81 Centre Varhet.
J II nUf-UIKt. m to SSI Ceatae Mntaet.
KDW. HrKHIJtl. W B Celllre Slatliet.
OTTO C MITPMRT, 1 AS Owrtre Market.
A. .T. K1I.RT. SBT S8 Ontre Market.
am 8. ATWATER CO , 1IM INS Pa. are.
IHIOTS, xntii:s A sunt iijilh.s:
r. If MOHAN. 114 Mh st
A I.. IIAZLBT.X, OUUhst.
51 STHKKWMJjSSPPa. ave.
OKi W Itirll.nr Slarfcet Space.
IIOM ELI. A 5UHHAT. OTlTth St It. W.
.HilINC HILI.KS k tllSTtliSt.B. W.
L IimilKlr.!.4fiTthst n w.
.1 nfKiI.Unc Price shoe House, TSSTth si.
NATIO M. lUrTEL SHOE bTt)RB,481,H aV.
II WALKER TVCKRH.1SIB Pa. ae.
JOP A. KH'BTTI llTPa ae s.e.
5t 01tEKNllAC5I.ini M t
It I A ...
ItlOGS A CO., Pa ave andlUhst.
LKWIsjoilNbON Atn.MtbassiPa, ave
COHbON A 5IACAWTXKY. ill Pst.
DATKAtAN CO . 1 111 F at. B. W.
W 51 . 5tA Y.SE . I (1 . MB Mb St.
WOOIiri A CO . ilflS F n. w.
LEWIS (1 TBWKSBURY A CO . tSW F
fl I t(.1.
CENTRAL NAT. RANK, Tth st and Pa. arc
C1TIZBNK' NAT HANK, SI. 1Mb st,
NAT MkTUOPOLITAN HANK. St 1Mb St.
BKCOND NATIONAU.VWmist n. W.
COIVMBIA NATIONAL. (tt Pst.n. W.
NAT HANK IIEPl'IILIC. Tth and I st.
FAIIMEIWA MKCII NAT., cor. 51 amidst.
IIOO..S7. t.l.h HS A A II STA THIS It 11$
W.M. HAI.I.ANTNK A .ON8,4STth st
A.K VlfII.M..VHlM7ths(.tl W.
W II. MOIIIIItMlN. MM F st.
CHAPMAN A 1 AYt.UK, 1 Pa. ave.
t itti't:s i it: I w lit tl.tuut.
AI.KX. MII.I.KH. l.MSObloave
I At. lll.Sr.l AXII llltAMIIH.S.
TOKALON W1NRCO .Slltlthst,
ftlll.siir CtlltUHV TO It.
51. C. W11SLAN, ia r t.
P. FRRPND, TOit 94h st. n. w
1). J. W EYMAR. lt Uth st
VKT01IE.AI)I.KH.T tbTthnw.eor.Mass av.
M. KAUFMAN, o.mrr Kb aad 1 sis. se.
001 HEN KAQI E to . Sit I'a. ave. s. e.
W. NOhDI.INOBK.SloT t n W.
i- i it ii i toi:..
AJ-DRKW .1 JOYCES M)NB. Wdrerooau.
lues si Conn ave . KatUiry. HUM Itth bw.
W V OEYER.4la ave Vlao Barness
I10RB AND CARRIAGE IIA.AK.tW W U.
5UDBRJI01TA- HRO.,1W Pa. aTe. B. w.
8 J 5IKEKS, No &I1 (i tt n w
WILLIAM WALTER'S tWIN, 1 tth and CU n W
t oaj i;v roA ; a.sii vai'H-s.
J. rriWKLL, 14J5 N. Y ave.
lll.NKK A llt'DI), SWSth t.
CllAf t 1XKIK1IMANN, MWl'a.ure
mrsutH v iitjsav ut,. . ft a ia-
lajsj Aejtn inn ma h . vy -' (" v
Tfl NEW KN0IND0AFll.SIe4Wt.
ELKb' 1HMNO IMu5ta,aTa.ave.
lllYLKH's. lias i'a ave.
(.ILL'S. USD V st
MIBKTZ&CO.ctr IWb aad F U. B. 1
HRBANAIIAN A I .. 410Tth t. a. w.
P NEWTON. li 41 Pa. ave. a. w.
KMMERTH, 41Ttbt a. w.
A.GUTKKUNaT.lWtlKhat . w.
i ia I'ii'f rioA tu ii iiotiiia.i&is.
X BRILL. 41T Sib st.
V. II X DBCHHlNa.SU llth ft.
IIIA Olt.lt (IK.
HENRY T. RElf.aea lAhBW.
JDliX H aUOOT. M44 M st
W y H( isTIK A M)NM, MS Pa. ave
LANbBl W.li BBi) . 4t to 48 W st 8. W.
kEATuN I'EMBY Pa. aT. aadStii at.
Tin .1 LrTThBLl. issePa ave.
JOH A Ll'Tf BELL. Tit Market Sfaoe.
1 . BEIM1A httrT. stu Tth st. a. w.
a J FlbllEX. ISA! Pa ae.
to f HARBIN, sis Pa av s.e
. D BCttCH A DO . UaS Tth St. w
b'l KBN'B DBY t0 'Os. BtWaE, 804 7tb n. w.
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