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Tue Daily Critic
t7AamoTo oKine tjatiM.T.
a a strmt nrfcRTfiwitst.
WAaijwnw cm, . o.
tMtMfe of mimcmmn.
prapeMMvser ears Anybody ;who thinks
" " month
uwwtj. Ate ertr. i at m
law cf TrMMfnt Pr7 A a really
audy and vnrtopatcd piece of informs
Hon this fa fully equal to the .TW an
nouncement of the "Return of Mlnttt-r
It m Mujwrmra that tfcesctmtrete
of tire Bureau of Animal Industry tad
already discovered the hmt which r
tocomeily Mired the ftoctt lews.
tnt twl tffCllft
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WAsfciJtGTos, 1). a, Dfec. 1$, 8flf.
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11 Tour ttoTtn that the Senate
wW f careful dud dellberMe wsM
Wte" r tn bill which petted the
Iftwie left Monday with reference to
itftet railroads in the IMstrtct of Co
hurt. It Is alt very well for fervent
jpMtratnea in the Hon h wish to
et a fljrore at home an scourges of
Mowed monopolies to introduce Mils of
tM sort, tnt It It qntte a different
UtHtf to cripple or oppress valuable In
ifWttfei by enacting such Wile Into
law. We know of no street cur et
vk la any populous eltr which Is more
mtofactory than tbe service given to
the Washington public. TUe ears arc
fren nndtily crowdtd. but that is ln
otitetde. Operating street rallwavs In
V aehlngton It a good deal likennntag
a seaside hotel, yon hare more room
than yon want three fourths of tie
Mhw, bnt during the other fourth yon
Wttkl wee ten times as much. That
ORMBOt he helped. At 4 o'clock evety
week day some ten thousand people are
MmultaaeoiHly throws upon the street
ear lines. Of course they cannot all
be carried at once. If tbe companies
were lo park their entire equipment
around the Government buildings at
lhat hour they would not be able to
mere the multitude promptly. Asa
result some hare to walk, and a very
good thing for them, too. After sitting
porched all day on stools and bent our
ilasks In lll-ventllated rooms a brisk
walk in the fresh air is much better
far tbsm than crowding; Into still worse
ventilated cars. Altogether It Is well
for many or these thousands that cir
cumstances compel them to walk home
Instead of riding well for their health,
their spirits and their pocketbooks.
Hot Is it fair to the public or to the car
companies to enact a law which say,
In effect, that nobody shall ride unless
lhuro Is a seat for him? Of course that
will be tbe operation of tbe law In ques
tion. Conductors will not be alio vod
to stop for people unless they can col-
Ret their fare, and thus thousands will
'ally be subjected to the utmost Incon
virdince, ptrbaps toscrluos .s. After
nil, this is a matter which should be
left to tbe public and the i-ar companies.
It Is not Hktly that any one will piy to
rfck in an over crowded car unless the
InennvenieBce of delay is greater than
that of riding; nor is it reasonable to
suppose that the comtmnles will dolib
crately curtail their own business by a
refusal te meet the evident necessities
of Its growth. Some of this meddle
nunc Interference with corporations in
Washington smacks a good Uetl more
cf demagogy than It does of statesman-
American Yankee cm be downed by a
jsnearaaa wairows in gnetotn
THE DAILY CRITIC, ri.H)AY EVENING, DECEMBER 12,1890.
ftft&ftv Yii.i,am is out fn St. Pm.
At that ton range he says he uw not
thfak tbe "Wall street panic U yet of.
Tin cause of n he believe to be the
3cKm.ftT hill and the stiver legfsla
tk. Mr. V1M.AK0 Is always orbjtfMt
wlN eottect or not.
- - av
what nous gunv Smww hang
ap at Christmas, any war? iff boot?
A now vw 6a vs ago IW.OW.OW
ere offered ft the Cherokee strip. It
a refused, and the price now orVerd
It tun.orjn, j( H eitrtiwa to rise
at this rate It will soon be the most
valuable piece m rwl estate on earth
reeardrese of sfre.
IN THE SWIM.
Ttie ehsperon qtieo'lon, m fur at lest
ss eonwts go, seems to have been pretty
weM settled hy tee presence raw narM at
the Boston Sympnony concert of many of
the fair natrfetatm tmaceoaspanted by a
ofrenn. The ilnties of a chaperon as the
gosraton snget of ttinoeerA BtaWenlwol are
donhttt ss mnmfartnns, thankless and Wear
ing. The stsnasrd of "gwod form" win
eonttnne to Host from tnehntttentent of so
ciety, even if Charles Atwnstns nd Ms
Cetestfea oeessfonslty get from wnder the
Hcnwope of the tentnnent-Mtghttng In
esmatton of tne nrowtettes ss praetfeed
hy thoee In the ftril odor of social sanctttv.
Sir .TaHan and l4dy Panncefote hav as
gneets Mrs . Renry SI. Stsnley sn.1 Mrs.
Tennsnt, 1 hese ladles will probably be s
week at tie British I.ogAttn WHh tbefr
HIE OF A TDB.
. Tc e ' Mitsn Mtntster would be taken
m tw Tnrk for one of the lhrtis of Wall
IW ajxt the most arnwoeratle of emo
2SS'S15Wpirl,h- f" taste, Is
tery neflshed and dtentned m manner, and
Md h && lr of an old Spanish
Aubrey lfcnrclcanlt. the youngest son
of the late IMon Ilonctcanlt ami Ageea
Irobertson, seems to have Inherited his
gifted father's literary instinct, for he
, t , "' w''"en a play. It Is
saw In London that upon Agnes Robert-
MM'.. mIh.. . ., a !.. . .
i. iciiiib w mat cny irom uer oon
test of Itonofrault's will she will appear
In a lest of her son's drama.
The newest American singer to
achieve prominence In Paris Is Miss
Iluberwaldot New Orleans. She has
a contralto voire and Is a tine looking
gill with a vigorous physique. At a
recent appearance Iwfore a l'arls mlon
ahe qntte captivated the audience br
the beslltr of hervnlRO am! tin nflni.
ment of her method.
","'u o.riiro nan ins Viennese
mutlcians have not been heard for the
last time In America by any means.
They are coming back in April for an
other and a longer tour, that will lake
them through the Southwest, California
and Mexico. The trip will last sis
J,Ir?V nSnrv .'I- Stanley is so very tall
and 3Ir. Stanley Is so very short that
wneii iney are out together and are seen
from n distance he looks like a little
boy out with his mother. The New
lork ladles who have seen Mrs. Stanley
all agree that she does nnt mni- an,
Ojecf the most attrsrtlve at the foreign
.i!?5!lL!l 1 Amn by tSrto, bnt speaks
Ifre pmest apsjW, with tire detteronsiceent
"' "" ". opmn, aau nreSMs nmr
m me leesiNm
TTw reeebHjebeween .Mr. Jnn
Bkenfve, the handsome ehafteellor of the
UfMe. and Artliwr Jtlktseh, the
.r,y ""V ihe
.J?' !? ,!wry K- P"w receive
Jay of Sew reek. The Jars, ss evervbmtr
-VXTr .1" W eohmlsl rrflme
wMch emtlmies to rne New fork soehHy.
i JS!? ,rimK f"". who must now be
Inetmled In the list, of rfetota., made a
snort agreeable Impression at the tea res
terdsy glren by her sisters. J
The list of titled noWltty In the Dlnlo-
lag: 8lr Jnllsn Pawmfc4e, CheviUer
lftT.er?A50,Bt af CreHnyvllle, Cental Batt
gsrv, CheTsllerrte Krepf-Uverhoff, Oonnt
rt'Arsehot, Count 9al. (ionnt vA JZ
A slier, Hsrm tmi Ectwrdoteln sml rtm
von Sternberg, Bsron
de Fars, .ManjuH
A iiicoAiitM the proposed decrease In
tbo fares, that is perhaps not so ml,
chievous a measure as the other. To
be sure, the chief burden wilt fall upon
the weaker llnes.whloh are now achiev
ing a precarious livelihood, but which
arc doing useful work In building up
remote districts of the city. From this
roiat of view the objections are even
graver than those we have urged In the
preceding case. The right of Congress,
liowevcr, is much clearer, and the legis
lation proposed will, If carried Into
tffiet, be leas obnoxious iu public eatl
luatlou. If Congress seee fit to fix rail
way farea at such a figure as to force
this or that company Into bankrunu-v.
It may be doing a foolish and a wicked
thing, but it will at least not exesed IU
authority. We are of opinion, there
fore, that of the two propositions offered
latt Monday, the one prohibiting the
oellietUm of fares unless seals are fur
nished is more in the nature of a usur.
patten,- whilst the second, compelling
the companies to give eight rides for
twenly nveeeau is likely to be the more
oppressive ia social cases. We gy
this as muck la the iateret of the pub
)te u of tbe railway companies, for.
wbiltt it might be very pleasant to
poopl of narrow weau to save fifty or
iljtyeeaU a month in ear fare, it would
i emeu-sly uspteaieat if.afler a shott
Jlrtsl MijoyMMt of this ttanumy, they
weret) find the ear actoaiuiodalioaa
witWwwa aitosratiter or so serkwdy
HdiW as o 1st pneticaily unavail-
cJIorls to appear less tall thsn she Is.
uer straight, dinning skirts, long
waists, hair puffed high on top, tall hat
on lop of that, and feathers surmount
ing all add at least nine Inches of un
ccietsaiy length lo her figure. Mts.
flanlev has been spoken of a a beamy,
but It is the keen Intelligence that shines
In her e.reat eyes which wins her the
Itubensteln Is said lo bo literally dy
ing of melancholy. He professes" most
niufoiind disdain mid disgutt for life.
Latlerly aoinc ono was spanking to him
oi n projecuu journey to the United
Wales, he answered pettishly "tht he
should neither go next year nor the
year after lhat. When the time comes.
I shall probably be dead." he said.
The marrlago of 'Miss Florence
Audcnreld and Count Devonno will take
place on the 8th of Februrary nest, ac
C0.r!".nK.10 lirc' Plans. Mlas Auden
reid Is the daughter of the late Colonel
ivuuenreiu.wno was on Ueneral Sher
man's sUff. Her mother has a resi
dence htre on Vermont irenim nmt n
lerta ns in elegant stylo. Miss Auden
ried Isn graduate of the Manbattanville
Convent of the Sacred Heart. Sbe and
her mother have Just returned from a
two year' tour of Europe. She mt
Count Devonna In Paris JaU summer,
and the acquaintance then commenced
Jias ripened Into theoogagoment which
has Just been announced. Count De-
Mjoue. wuiie not ueiug attached to Ihe
Irench Legation, is identified with it.
MUs Anilenreld Is regarded as one of
the prettiest gltls Iu wclety and has al
ways been a belle since her Otbut, a
few years back.
Baron Hermann von Mallathn of
Utrlln and Miss McDowell of Charlotte.
X. C. were united In mnrrli t.io.
dayinthelatlerclty, The Usron and
Darooess left Immediately afier the
ceremony for a tour through the North
ern cities. Their future place of resi
dence bss not vat been decided upon.
"1 he Darun met Miss McDowell, who Is
uckcuueu irom one oi tnu most promi
nent families connected with the history
of V, estern North Carolina, during her
recent visit abroad. IUron von italt
ieahan is a eon of Ilelmuth von MalUa
ban, and Count Bjekoltz, the present
secretary of finance for Prussia. Is his
cousin. The Baron was In th rrina'a
bodyguard as an oillcer for nine veers
Among (he celebrities at the tea yester
day afternoon were Udy I'aunSefote,
Minister; Jtts. If.nry M. Stanley, Admiral
fi n "" tJU,1 U voo Areo Valley,
.. .... ..,,,, .nimcier; .u. iiinistan, the
Hench WlDlster, and Admiral and Mrs.
I'rtrsts 6crplarv-tri hm tt. mi.i.
bills and a memoranda of 111 tickets, wbat
ball I de with them Mr. (ioM-Tassolf
ltetlret MIIIItwslre-CIisrKe 'em to profit
and loss and credit seclety account.
r-.'HTV.Vi l'- Mw"" entertalnt the Whist
Club rihlay evening In Deeember.
ODRBENT PITH AND POIST.
There ta no patUcnlar reason whr t'resl
dent llarrlton aboqld (( the MeKtnloy
pliers, lis has a nftr-tliousnl-tolUr
salary, and a little mote or less makes no
illflarence. Hut how about tbe Wlow who
sets a dollar a day am has a family to sup
port' AV lortAroit
Mr. Ins-alla will not nod that everybody
aertee with bis opinion that Washlnaton U
tbe beat and moat iatlifrtn,M.. -,
ilty In the UnlU.1 SUts. Kven II Itls. Is
n worm wmie sseMBdng tbe princlnles of
by tbe people
on tbe thousand!
from paying: a few
f A'rw l'urk
The SSecrsUry of War proposes to en-
iMiutoiuilreglmekU of Indians Into tbe
military rvle uf tbe Unltl States. Ths
plan hw a number of advantages, awl It Is
H1.tMn,1,,lB.lt,.'t ,b Com"e on Mill
',ary. .AJllrf Iblnkswsll of It. .Most un
doiibtedly tbsse troops would flglit uoWy.
Ane lork World. '
Mr. CJeaaaiibas(Ucorered that the new
cruiser, !i o. 18, dots not come within the
j 2 .nX' n"Bil after eltlss,
7" iw "" uiapiaeewent, wit Is of the
class wfakh lakes tUB4Bis of States. lie
b" aeeoriilBgly, att.s.1 tlwt No. 13 be
elirUtewed IuWana. -AVw Orleani Timet
Vtmoerat, 3?" faaelnaMiig. jet elusive, eater
prise of tbe day U tbe projseted Pan-
;mcncaii jwuruau wweu Mr. Illalue In
tends as tbe Iron chain that shall bind to
gether most of tbe countries eowlusr
wilbln tbe scope of bis reciprocity dstoirfOM.
After a great amount of talk, It looks
something like busineM, when a practical
and eiulumt railroad man, aush as A, J.
lataatt, so long IdestlHed wllb the Penn
sylvania Company lo an administrative ca
pacity, la elected to It presldsaev.
Pnrle Jerry" Knt Sow Takes
nr iMttf- rinnx.
TJtrcre Jetty" Rtn, riajtwrtrlarchal
rookltrg Secretary o Agrtcnltnre. is a
treat believer in ereVsMMR combined
ftli ptrwnal comfort hi stbtfntng lhat
rlesiraMe end. "Ud Jm?' Is al
ways Independent end frcqwentlv orltr
Inal and unconyentroBnt in Wa'ways,
. fJ2SS?r!,,Jrr d not
twice told" tale will atteet:
Since Sectttary Rot Km taken up
his qrmttors m tfMHm he has de
cfded In ha own mind thet It M neither
comfortable nor dignified fotthe first
Secretary of Atctt?re the United
8,V? h ew hl b sfcaved In a
H.1,Wi,5 !5?b?r $ ih rtr
wonld tell him all atawt crops and
,5ln?.',',I e,r0 to BT pwt of hH
official life in the tatlr-toom of his own
He does not believe h shavlni him
clf. He had to do that in former ami
Jew prosperous days and attinlred a
amesie lor tne exorcise. Neither will
hetrnsl himself to the render mercies
of valet-lhat wonld break him p
with the farmers of Wisconsin, who
wouMii t know a valet from a wonrt-
'Uncle Jerry" la possessed of a large
and knowing heed, however, ami It did
not take him long lo figure ont a plan
whereby he could accomplish his pur
pose withont great outlay of capital,
personal or otherwise,
i In the eastern end of the basement of
the Agricultural Department building
, y. well-ventilated, airy room,
Wlllch lis in var na 1.Mk ...t .. .
aborntory by the chemical division. It
backs up against the boiler room, and
acqtjlrw thereby a temperature as genial
as "Uncle JcrrvV innmr lnti.i.rn
tbe august Secretary has had planned,
constructed and built a model bath
room. In one corner Is set a large and
elongated tub. tbe dimensions of which
ate sufficiently large to receive the Sec
retary's ample body. Therein he dally
lies at extended leneth and ponders
upon the decrees of fate.
The contrast between his pleasing
smronadlBgs as he lies there In that
tub fillet! wilh tepid waters and the
lime when he was want lo lake bis occasional-wash
all over" In the swim
mlr.e hole In summer, or In Iho chilly
meal room in winter, always tickles the
energetic fancy of the Secretary and
i-oiiFto iijiii III DllIDCrn nill llfcfttn twirrui Ufl
at play. ' " --,-.,
Across the room, and where the sun
light streams brightly down, Is a com
modious snd richly-upholstered Iwrber's
chair In which the Secretary lolls com
fotlably while a messenger, employed
by the people of the United Stales,
wields a kc on-edged raaor with skill and
a pleasing effect upon the Secretary's
genial countenance A tall mirror faces
the chair. Into which "Uncle Jerry"
smiles self gratulallons.
Life Is short and llmo is dectlng. es
pecially with this Administration, and
Secretary llttsk Is eminently carreer ami
ma tunncy ueau level as a tttrnplkerovl
In making tbiogs pleasant about hhi.
V... "" r.elIrM "'? Unltel st will
still own the bath lull and the barlwr's
chair, and If perchanco Jerry Slmp
fon. the Congressman-elect from Kins u.
who is reputed not to wear "anx," bo
cemts Kscretary In "Uncle Jerry's"
, inn uiu rpu cnaircan ues.dd to
recoup Uncle 8am In part. And the
pleasing memorlea of the ph would
abide with "Uncle Jerry" always.
IRE DOMESTIC SERVICE PROBLEM.
Ihe AduluUtratlon by bo means clears
IU skirts by getting rid of Minister Miaow.
The gravest tcaiulal in tb ease la not that
.Mlsner sxeecdsd UU authority and brought
reproach upon the country's flag, but that
JMtwas given tbe opportunity to do these
tblngs long aftsr his rash stupidity was
known. For tbis man bad hardTvrach.l
tus post bsfora be begau to insult a friesdly
natioa and stir up strife between people
wboiu It is our hope to draw bwMlur iu
"It is curious," saM tbe tree-ealf book to
tie Hwtlaii leather votwwe, "that you and
I sbwiht bring up here together."
"Because we era not bourn! tbe same
" nu.,, weaiarieu.' TM Jlmtid.
hhe l'ouml Out All About It.
Ills cousin (from St. Paul) What
Saratoga chips, Jaekl
Jsek Jluekpass (promptly) Whites a
dollar, teds nve, and Muss ten on a K
Miss Wslnutt Here eowes Mr. Broniton
behind us. Wbo Is be, anywsyr Wbydees
he itvtf allude to bis faMllyr
MlM sHirnee Why, be Mvsr bad aBy!
He's from Nsw York. Ui. J
. ."t'.p8: ,wo't Ju ,-,y we a lleyeh)' My
fi lead Alms has Invited me to Join tbe
! Wall, If )ou wsnt to uae your feet
so mueb, I wilt buy you asewlng-mseblne."
nertoctton. mm m ls Mny from an
The domestic service proMem hue of
late been wMeiy tfhjcowed, and plans
have been surfeited, the adoption of
which, ft Is alaimed, wouM Irnprore
existing cotHlHrrms In many rroneeholds,
says the Philadelphia Breti. It has
undoubtedly been too mirch the fashion
to look upon domestic service m some
thing which condemns those engaged
In It to as isolated life, while also de
priving them of Independence, vlgw
snd the opportnnitfes of observing hfh
ttsndsrda of action.
The domestic servant, we are told. Is
lyrannlnd over by the bad mlrtrem,
ard regarded with appreheiterott, if not
with Mispicion, by the ordinarily well
meaning mistress. Sometimes, how
ever, sbe may find a patron, but rarely
a friend. Such are the dlaaftvuit.
of this peculiar station In life; lta ad
vantages are only superficial, for n
servant merely learns to be clean, po
lite aed outwardly refined, and Is with
out the hope of bettering her condition
except by marriage.
In a recent magarlne article Miss M.
K. Ben;on takes a different vlw of H.i,
question, and, although she treats It from
an Kngllsh standpoint, her deductions
have a wide ami general applicability.
After putting In a wont in favor of the
mistress who tries to do her duty by her
ccivnuv., snt comwiis me statement that
the calling is a matter of necessity, and
nofof choice the last resort of those
who have hnnted vainly in an over
crowded labor market for some other
opening, sod have been forced to earn
a livelihood In whatever way they mav.
Nordoee It follow that In taking serv
ice a girl becomes an exile from her
family, resigning the natural life of close
jim intimate relations with them.
country gins must leave home for
want of accommodation; and when
they go to a city It makes little differ
ence to them whether they aro in busi
ness or In service so far as Intercourse
with their families Is concerned. Town
g iris almost Invariably refuse to go to
iiui.:a nuiiiii me iioi wituin easy uts
tance of their homes; and thus thev
manage to see tnelr families frequently.
m rheu the argument In regard to the
tendency lo deterioration of character
produced by domestic fervlce Is con
tldered, it must be remembered that
tach sort of life bss its tpeclal tempta-
......,,., mat uunmiic service is not ex
empt from this law. It msy be trde
that cleanliness, politeness and refine
ment are only surface virtue!, but they
are the Bjmbols of much more of a
discipline of life which Is one of tbe
most necessary aids lo Ihe building up
pf a worthy character. If a woman
has learned lo employ self-control In
things Indifferent, slio Is far on the
way to employ It Iu mallets which she
kuows to ue oi vital Importance.
ukmbz nt the whole question, no
one will deny that domestic servants,
like every other class of human beings
have a harder time of It thsn thev
ought to have. Bad mistresses have fi
Irt their power to inttlctmuch suffering.
Careless mistresses do wnts still; an I
even tbo best Intcntloncd are often
warning In consideration for the Indi
vidual, when dealing with their
Vet. as Miaa lUninn un Ii u
nnsll opportunity to havB the lira nt
so many of tbe country's future wives
and mothers bound up so closely with
other lives that it becomes a right and a
duly to see that all the conditions shall
be favorable to Ihsir development and
happiness, while at the same time they
retain tbslr Independence.
noeir, a ribsld crowd, whrn the-n U-o
w Lv5 w,tbt" onr power to proffer
H" bri" heaven itself down to a
IS2h H creature. My dear, I'll
P. , P; t'h contradictory htrtwaw
MMt of wit is too nrach fot me!
cm n mm.
A Cnrmrtlnn Mnnterer Wnllrs Calmly
to tbe Oaltown.
SBmtoowe, QrKinec, Dee, lft,
Wffliifi Wallace Bianeriard ws hnofBd
kfj Ihh morntnn fot the mwfrrer of
Chnrtea A. Calkins on Ifovetnbw IS,
188. The drop fell at 9 Mi, ami at
:W the jail surgeon announced him
dead. The executioner wae Itadclifte,
who hanged Blrchall, ami the whole
proceeding passed without an unpleas
At 1 o'clock this morning Fathers
Lcfebore and Flsette, accompanied bv
a third priest, celebrated high mass in
the corridor on which the condemned
man's cell opened. Blancbard joined
in the exerrlsea with much fervor, ami
when they were over expressed himself
"J thoroughly penitent and prepared to
die. ByB o'clock the approaches lo
ihe jail were filling up, and a few
minutes afterward those wlro were to
witness the execution, lo the number of
sixty, filed into the yard.
The gallows were erected under a
woodshed ami were of tbe usual type
with the same weight that did duty for
Blrchall. Soon I tin nmcMutnn ri,n.m.l
Sheriff Welb ami Deputy Sheriff
V, itcher leading, then came Ihe two
priests with Ihe doomed man between
them followed by the guards. Blanch
aul walked to the gallows calmly nml
firmly, knelt down beside a kneeling
priest and was absolved. He arose and
turning to the crowd, thanked all who
bad been kind to him and bid them
The executioner ail Imttnl Hio,-. n.t
drew the cord. The weight fell and
the victim rose into ihe Mr four feet
and dropped turning half round.
Scarcely a tremor was perceptible and
not a sound was board. In ono minute
Dr. Ashlon felt the pulse which was
full and rapid. It decreased gradually
and became hardly perreptlbio and In
twenty-four minutes Blanchard was
pronounced dead. The body was cut
clown, a post motlem examination made
and death was found to havu resulted
The feeling bete is that Iho execution
of Blancbard was unjustifiable, as tbo
murder was not premeditated. Ho anil
a companion named Calkins had been
drinking, and quarreled nbout a boat.
a. ecuine loiiowed. Blancbard drew a
revolver and shot Calkins It) tbo bead,
iiom me ciieci oi wnicn ne died.
Blanchard was found guilty of murder
In the first degree and sentenced lo be
banged. All the jurors memorialized
the Deportment of Justice for clemency,
but not even an answer was received,
lciterday Ihe member of Parliament
Tor Sherbrooke rent an urgentmeasage,
and received In reply from the Minister
of Justice the following:
"No commutation probable."
i.xecutloner Hadcllire will proceed
from hcie lo Wolland, to officiate at the
hanging of Dey next Thursday.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Artistically raarte to measure. Alo Bm
brotdered Worked Bottoms In tbe finest mn
jer. Udhn, brm yoar worx In time
for the Holiday.
The M Creeper m Mh
Wilson & Carr's
Ko. 020 r RTitnifr . vr.
4 nml 0 WEST IIAI.TIUnnR irrtincr
FEDERATION G? LABOR.
and a half. Emperor William I. deco- barmooy. TbU u the rl seaudal oftiw
rated him for saving the life of a man Mhiiier case lhat be should have bean r-
wBowasurowning. lie wasaaodeeo- pu rsqwriag ia niet
rated by the KlngSof Iuly. The wJ. SS;S!!ftJ,,,rty.'
Itu1.ul kA t.-.I --.i '..'' . -T?-"
Ktm HAhAUXCi. hw com to this
sM4y fr i mk, If h wants a
iVioiwuh teu he sJmwU try PWladel-
y ' sss.. . mi, mi
. r'Ajomu, shMhl chJMige the
Wmiiiptmok In Htm.
"Mm. XcComaa u ostt of the ataiea--wsvksaigsa.Uwiioay.thiaib-satfwi-CM
coaantwks eouhl well sJfotd
Msetl tijQal tlcktsfurtweiy ftveceou.
TM yrWHMisaag. froas a gentleaun who
Ma hsmtafae Uen dattisgulehed for
Vh feir ssiavkd asui bdeliigeat atUtude
iwi the Dsstritl. is asuch saoie or
lwWstku if U had eaaASMtod f ioju a
Costguassiae of a JisU calitee and
red. ftaseiy Mr. XcComsj forets
thai higtoA Ui huger pkca thjan
Wajesatowii, ad that the ureaesrf four-
at rikie eat m U cfcy Uimh ummm
Ut ffWaHitrtjly now ihe a mile for
eta ceat and bif . Cm U m that
m, IfeCtoiajt. hvig bee delesjUid on
hat losawr pUUww, mw tUk of
bthsitBf hist sglf out m ftrwiajtisi or
v&tlmiehgmi CtWy. tbe ob
wkdmtlHy visa which diajwtsis
emmmm' rnmf auts
,- , .,,..
lm f umwz Vmtws bold
bkfls Mt to har pMM ealiesi e
XStUMW wrlMr ia thaa rnwnirr la
isjssw ? sj snaaistai rVn nawiM wbiu
" neawer T- "i wseweir sssenspsjassinvispi) Mpagps ,
MP s? i m&noiM elect or mi
um was marlsad by tbe roost msgai
ncent display of presents vet known oa
aslwlllar occasion la Charlotte. The
presents Trow tbe Baron's family bear
Ihelr hereditary crest.
J be removal of Mrs, Rive Klag, the
celebrated artist, to Chicago, with the
Intention of making it her home, is a
musical event of so saaail interest. It
ewphasisee the growing importance of
the city as a musical centre, an import
ance appearing in away ways. For in
stance, two of the moat emlaat Amer
ican pianists are M rs. King sad Sher
wood, the latter having been resident
there for wore than a year. Urs. King
fat aatad as having played probably a
"aw c m. xiwu coaauueutoas tor
piaaplofte ia public than aav other
ptaeiai ever heard in Xumim, aad there
aw few or aooe la Europe surpaa.Ug
her KktoatahJat; recoid. i Boston soWe
yeast since, ia a series of recitals, aha
played is oaa week about ninety plea,
may of taesu of last very highest ostler
vf artistic demaniis a ku of asetavory
so less than of vrki lalrpiutloa
tcaicely eitcelkd, if Huhai, by any
tiolaaaa of Uouaad will take
the oath as ttagea oa the ltfcb I.
o nmm who haaarlhe
sWV w wsW r sP afMMlMav WPpal
ssjsaR Teaspv ssjbbbssbbwsP sw asspassj asss ps
i,t.-j " TUte ef ttexleo aa
The lntaii tto iaafcethMcamt
of Mouat Tmtm. Wsah., Is Kit f utter
ofTaaa. Sha accosapliahed bar trip
to b wrlc Hat taa tdgai a cava
at the luwmh, aad never anMcaa.
asuouga m saseaad greatly boas eM
The ptano ol Johsaa SebaaUaa Bach
has juk heea put iatogoftl coadsOoa a
piaao-auakti lu fiohtts.
Mr. Mocalighi, a good Dwaoetat,
wmtoConam bom Kaaas. aad Mr.
Qmdalght la tatuHad tsoaa Keataekv.
Df.8toechr,th saU SosuMk iMwacher,
has realgaed the chaplalacy of tha PriM-
?h num uf Wake has written to
tfeaml Baoth oJ the Svattoa Amy.
sayiag ha has said all hJosj, "la Oari
aat Ftaelaad aad the Wax ftu " u.itk
P iiuitii, afpiMta h4 Biu ol
sefwsnaiioa aad proattlag to adsaeiibsi
The aetsoiaal hi J ha Put
J 3yg WWP mmmF& fUal ttMMMMt 9E
"W SS eBpSBBBBaBJSBRBBBBB)' 4
liMMtl, n bad iaad it aaeeasary for the
""Tir."'",0,iM' W "" -and tbat
H-aadal is by aa aseaas resueved bv a tawly
dbuahual naada oy In asWW to aa Jav
JsraMve pablle opfokm. - Vwi
" ' - m
XmtiHdi-q. H. aWah, C. II. Oark
TT.- , ' -TL: ? Js. data.; W.
J. hatdMaa, ew Yesk; VlaaauU U Kkuo
4rhaasef-A.D. Chaialiar and a. B. M.
Uarvey, hw Yatfc; J. T. Oawia. West
IVP'h, JWV- QaaaeByrWalar.
vUto; B. aa Bbuvebargh, Paris Br. C.
H. Uttletoai and wtts'sEWpffi.
. si5T,,?,; aa wit,Ei-
.,., w, vo, rwiisMisis, a. .; t.
H. Bmitoa and viae, Hew York.
. mm, rniiniiwyaiM
?&frtat' J!ti c5ri , Festosta,
Ohte Mr. as Ihi D. ?. farhhusat, Mew-
Mil M. e,
. t! iteaasrtfc,Ct4iaax
H.aeas, "" Mfas
'dldWaa T. Staaa. FttUburg; A
if. UuBjea, ailaSaany titty; at J. Kau
..liae, Butiaad, .;' 4o9 Bol.
Jsweatoao. h V-; J. . Manraiary, Ok
gtw; Mr. sad hUs. F. B . SittTBoa It-.
Bewj ?. fiaajaiChtrias g. town, ata-
mi in uiu gaouausa mtxm you down
the stoop when you called to bm We diHgh
ter. VM b break anytblngf"
, VK' fc! b(ok mtl HSgBt." fffc
llehlnU With Ills Hant,
Edltortto port)-Wbt Is your address
rout Tbat depends on you.
uuiiur now sor
I'oetlf you take this posai. av aihlrasa
will resaalB -ISsst Kat AWliuAred and
Fotty-eaeood straft; If you dea't ukelt, I
wont have say address, Uf.
A. Utefut Attlttaut.
Mr, Satlth (of Ksasas) I'8i gola to
.,r".wMoa friendj Why, yes.
MU Okeia iut arked mm to. ' '
.fi Smith-Well, old wan, I always
stood bv ou. sail I'll Aa It , n.r,..
Ibtai em varse of yoirpt aoafc aad IW
leap the crowd eovetad. lcIT
Auat lipid Fat-Ah, Wilusss, y dear,
yon davaloB your muscular tytiesa, but
haw da you develop yoar tout 1
, &' ?r,WJJ, thara, aaatta. W
aoa t taelila the solar system uulU Jauior
Jar. yafa Heattd.
who took down Pn-otfaat tluXZJ
saga, wbtfe encaged ia that worK was like
tbe ulltir'a wlla aaakaa r L tiu uu
la ''Jiabtb"ihe had eheataMts U bar
lap.-u'(rt.aw (Jla-J -lyt-JfcralO.
"1 taould Hie to obsarve, uwOam," said
Kr? boaidaj, 'that whiia I aw very
loadof thaaaekoX the fowl youaseearv
lag, 1 ahaU daay myU this year and hag
pacfcsd, aad a araysaaa to now waiUug at
the aoar fur aa aaswar. Br fa it breast or
aavk tAuitiicMm Urr,
Tm Man tar tbe Huanesf.
iaasperiaaesd Yoaaa Wtfa (whoMhua-
bead has seianad hassa tor tas hrst Ua
uadav the lnaa.it.)-Darihag, jou are stek.
i fai ma thatlUl mat tmA afcieirfor
c " a na wassap aassssasst
laad (aae of the hej)-h!o, doat
3ffl'MIJ bat a t syaiptoaM
doa't bspfOM soaa, wad or snake
3ntt a Taajiy.
H sas auta toady," said Mrs. High.
Toae, "yat I base always triad te nuke my
wasiaiothe beat clacks eftaefaty. The
wsaasrs of the tropin tbare art liraiisUii
UBit.Iuke tlaaT.liriaJrta tS
tolM you gat ckufee viaaos at tsU
Hhlas; they a uu aivays hirraaaxl
"' wmj. mw lasses eweas us
ttfHUy asd tha geath-Bna tatully;
sea see tne iese aad ' eaher iar
UuBtfs at Useir houaas, ia wbltb tha afr U
vlasiavter tkaa that of ik uuifbuu.:
u rmtMUHl you WB&
Hm.i u.t. if ,i iif,.. D j . ZTJ-TT ,"'".' .?"." w
u "r E"Sr"T- " wwaswes w mtnsima umum, mev u vc ta tag sauat aa-
WofMtr, hharn. OSver, mimuid, i uHm aivais kUup4or slSag
' Wewsl.itt.etiat kted oTUfe, and lllTe
isa aucirty of patyit who
6. 1'oMaaaad. atfirhiwSnr
ISoMoa; V. U. CkataMsi
a- ' MitteaUul . Kow
Jock; 7. J. Cotdl, Bteaauiud. Va.
Aavat--u. ft Ludlow, Aaahiak, K. Y. ;
r aPavlmty 999 aTHsOaV w war
vaaasy, aauasa taty, t
WvZ sfTSfiaasTlisk rsa(Be
Oitoa. Yet 1 am bo toady," aU ItrZ
High loae, with vwha!a, as she gasadat
Kta. CmmCkmm'.-xm jS7C7
- ..r mmmvmm nappapsBsss 4flg
aaw., uaa. am. i.Wja
8haw, ataator uf UbsUaaof taa
aeaastochiaii aad iavaataf ai Um
Only a Ilecr (llrl,
"What is the matUrf" I asked of the
"Only n beggar girl In a fit." replied
be, as ne motioned the crowd baok from
what seemed lo be a struggling bundlo
of tags thrown down on the rough atones
of the alley,
I walked on a few step, then turned
and approached the object about whioh
many men and hoys were gathering. A
dark, pinched little face with paiu
drawn features and a few flecks of foam
auoui toe dim lay pillowed on a dingy
bag. A pair of bony hands, grimed
with the contact of all that was noisome
ami vile, lluttered a Hitle and grew still.
1 wo eyes that were strangely blue and
aweet for such a wan and dlicoiorat fur.,
slrtlched wide underneath, theablnlug
or the far off sky that was scarcely
more blue than they. A couple of bare
and grlroy feel lay in a repose that was
new and strange at busv noomUv. a
wasted and shrunken breast, under
which the heart of a more desolate
childhood never beat. I drew as near
as I could to the miserable little
crealure, says a writer in the Chicago
JltraU, then stopped as though a wall
of stone had Intervened between
us; for what could such delicate crea
tures as you or I do with this heap of
vermin- infested humanity, my dear?
Could we stoop to gather that tangled,
dirty little head to tbe fresh corsage of
cur best suit and bestow tbe sacrament
of a kind and curetting touch on that
brow that perhaps never felt the
Msnaui era pure swt&ers alas Gould
we sit down oa tbe stones sad chafe
ibose grimy hands, or, for daoeaey's
lake, throw our own easily wrap over
these distorted hubs? Why not I
have no answer; I can only return
dumbly glaBea for glaaca aad agree
with you that we could never afford to
do this thing. We have not the moral
courage to live up to our owa Iduas.
So. with a shudder. I stood uU uui
watched the Indifferent, yet not un
kindly, policeman bear away that Malta
v iti-a.su cuiiuaoou sua cast it lightly
into the patrol wagoa as oae adght ear
for a bruised kitten. I saw the little
waif carried away coaafortlass aad de
alalato a paupar's cot, aad perhaps by
God s awf cy Ut a pauper's grave. Pr
what is a better booa to such Huh) out
casts thaa aa eaily recall from the Ufa
that yield them naught bat Uasataaw.
Why khaald w bum hack the
flickering Ham of vitality ia the breast
of such a Wiaeiy bunteaed child as
tbwT Could bat soma kindly aad dfs
criwiaatiaa head j-iii from itu b
aad pull up the aualaat, root-baightad
weeds that crowd tha siaat kl.'a
gesdcasl Could oaly all these
aataosaa, piiiiui growths be caat aside
the piobksa would b solved baavar.
If oaiy bright heads aad clean faces
wa ia or way to ha car eased aad
eased tor, w sJbuald liayi it eaaier k do
our duly aad tuccor tha Wrrftii. rim
alas! Jar oar delicate avsialblJiiUw. our
saw suits, aad our roaaapifrMM of the
the eankaa uf wuCk is no diaotm ui.
It plucks tbe "wee white torn of U
the world" full aay a daae. aad spaaea
tha aeUia aad the hue. It wul revive n
yet autre years vf nuioary aad atfualor
aad sin this hUthj waif of the Mseet.
aad hear away Into tha paw wmtmol
death the iduliitd aad the love guardad
If we wt,ttkl be doiag heavaa's work
ye must stoop ta the Wi ajacea to
Bad. to tucior. aad to ave. Kat Maw
e see a dying aeshnc, neat tiuv w
ave aa ovrioadtid auflCaehag 1mm, m a
Kext th uiuaaVca. at cruakv. or
waat Is kashaaina gatat coaraaaaau.
what wis we do, ? awaiarr w
what we hav alwajn 4oo.I'l wans
wit Wla faash ol awcal
cowardke flytogl Afraid of Jest, a
Drlf cute to Ita Convention Dliciuxln:
nn uhikb ur Laltur.
Dktboit, Mich., Dec. 12. The con
ventton of the Federation of Labor this
.morning sent greetings to the Farmors
Alliance Convention and lo the Interna
tloDal Lalwr Congress at Ilrusscls.
. J8lloturca of Georgia, Ken
tucky, Tennessee and Alabama will be
asked to fotbld convict labor in mines.
stmnort was nladsml tn iim iuini.
who will strike for eight hours on .May
1 nest. '
Congress will be petitioned to forbid
United States enllttcd muelelane from
comjKtlng for butlnosa wilh free nut.
The convention decided that only
tenant' members of trades can here
after be delegates,
A move to make a nw ArafiiMr
council cf four, and leaving the ofrkers,
except the president, out of It, brought
out n lot of talk. The ohl r.mnri n,..
posed ihe motion as lUble to cripple the
president. The amendment was lost.
Xhe bonds of the secretary and treai
urer were raited to $5,000,
A newsecttoo of the constitution
providing Tor a live dollar-a-week stilke
benefit for five weeks for such local
unions as pay In a per capita tax of Ave
cents a month is now under discussion.
Hie Itmton Symphony OrclitMrx.
Lincoln Music Hall was crowded last
night wilh the fashion and bwHty of
Washington. It was tbe most brilliant
audience that has assembled for a lone
lime. The orchestra Is rnmnrwM.1 r
over fifty first class musicians, many of
them sololsls, and some are entitled to
bo considered as virtuosos. The con
ductor, Arthur Nlklech, ranks with
Theodore Thomas, Seldl and men of
that distinction. lie lias received tho
uiguest musical traintog the best con
servatories of Europe affotd, and, al
though quite a young man, lias a Eu
ropean reputation as a conductor of
rare acumen. The programme was as
classical as It was beautiful, nml com
prljcd some of the masterpieces of the
giants of harmony Weber, Silnt
Sacns, Llsat nnd Bchubert. The over
ture to "Oberon" gave fine scope for
Illuslratlng Ihe finished skill and
tccbnlnuo of tho performers, and was
Played with mnrvnlnns iinitoamr nn.i n
da nty precision of interpretation,
Saint Siens concerts for orchestra and
plnno In O minor Inlrotlticed tho soloist,
Madame Fanny Bloomfleld Zeisler, who
Bttacked tho proillglous dlfllcultles of
iuni jarnous concerto with great lire,
and displayed remarkable taste,
strength, dexterity and precision of
touch. Sho Is to bo ranked with
LmIpoIT, Allda Tonn, Marie Krebi.
and loses nothing by comparison with
them In her spirited and Intelli
gent rcntleiingof thatexhausliug con
certo which demands the highest skill,
fcchubcrfs unllnUhed "Symphony
io. 8 In D Minor" was tho favorite of
the evening, and was given in n man
ner at once faultless and a.itlafvlr,
H'.'1!8 fyu'uontc poe,,,, Tasso re
called the lurid and cyclonic lntru
mentallonof Wagnor. ami was ftillnf
tho local coloring of the Italian life
woven In majestic harmonies, wilh
hero and there n plaintive melody run
nlng llko a thread of gold through Ihe
composition, or standing out In bold re
lief aealnst a backsroiinil nf tirnt.l n.,,1
nun orcuesirntion. idm's composi
tions for orchestra are marked bv tbe
same technical tllltlcultles that are
peculiar to his piano work, but lack
Iho depth, and passion In uieloJy of
The coming of this great organisation
iinboonlo tho lovers of the highest
class of musltnnd will do n great work
Iu tho elevation and refinement or tho
popular last. To attend a scries or
such concerts is a liberal education In
fK (WWlWAt KEW YOPK f VST
Mftrte epres the conviction ttu eiei
AStleapatTlot sbonia witness Sbena
noah. Seneral W. T. nherronn.
SSS: SF?1!,,80S AND n-oiwHCK.
gears now oa ssie. des-'
A LBAUOK'8 ORAJTO orERA-BOTJSB.
sasw sue ww oi te rem rm
Of the Great Jtew Turk Smmh.
SitiS?? ytow ,n the worM-frer
l!i2IfJ't2J0 iMl?.J JM tall, set
raart?tts.Mce,,M,t eon"M,ny otm
In their Orand Spec taenlar Hay,
MTIIK I'f I'll, t MAfltO,'
w hfeh bad a rnn of over one hendrid night
In Kew Tnrk.
TTO ORAND BAtLWTS.
arattnees Vedneday ana Satnrdsy.
????? Ilhjw ssj-'swal. aetf-K
BW NATIONAL TTtKATRK-KXTRAr"
KONDAT.nBC. IS-OXK WBBK.
od., Tae, Wed. nml St, Mat.,
Thaw.. Pil. ami (at. Nlehts,
Sale of wsls will open Thursday. Dj. II.
rnuatreirenf of the Comedian,
And Company of I'layers, under the direction.
of W. It. Harden.
All tbo Week (Uxcc-pf Satnnlav Evenlne). In-
clndlng Saturday Stallnee,
llronson Howard's Comedy of the Century
THE HENRIETTA. '
Jin. itonsoN as nBnTi(r,TiiK r,AMn.
pBnV1la5rT1K,rlnln,' nt? ,,a- lat.appesrancd
of Mr. Hebron, on which occasion V III be
presente.1 Oliver Ooidsmltn's
BIIK 8T00r3 TO OONOBRR.
AVs.iWrS.,f?,p?Kr cir o
. .,. ... ..,. mn.ia. aes-ti
TVAimiB' IltJOtJ TnEATRR. "
jljl n coa i oniincnoing Monday, Deo. 8
EUWAI1D J. HASSAN'S
ONE OF THE FINEST.
The Ureal Near York Polloo riar.
Tbe iVast etarn of Theatre rovero.nvith a.
lllverof Ileal Hater, How lloitg, Oondola
ToaU. awan Ploat". 1'errr
,.,,. ''i.Mil ..-.
I Ifty Ilojfa In wlmmln EeoJes.
Xeit Week-FAUIO IlOMANt. demt '
THIS WKKK-Ladlei Matinee To morrow.
Own Specially Company,
From the Aesdemyor Mfiate. PltUbure.
d jxt Wssk-IUNWY IlUItLESQUB CO.
.LOUE THEATltK-WEKK OF I)EC.-8'
i. '.".- ,1.
nhow la tlitt
rill's jo, so, so and w. nos-et
Pany. Tbe on v heoaatlnnal
n,f.T'E.r,,",i,s,,la' wJ.nb.ar. Frldar
Cattle on Inillaii Hainrr.tlnn. I X' '
AnKAKfttB ClTV, K... Dqc1?"t TT . '
has been dUcovurcd that a larg VwfiOj. ItlTt,s Lassoes In taBKuasei,
of caltle driven 01T the Cheroki&a Is&PAt'-" AaolsatandMtderB,
nta nnw In ilia n.MA .! Tr Wa ir4C?Vi . ,a t . .
r u. w.
BAXFRANCliCO, CAI,.,DC. 12. Gip-
tain Healy of the revenue cutter Bear,
In connection with Sheldon Jacksou.
United Stales Commissioner of Educa
tion for Alaska, who recently arrived
from Alaska on tbe Bear, will at aa
early dale forward to AVaaii!m.tnn
communication with regard to condi
tion of the Esquimaux in North
western Alaska. He will point out
that the JSsrjulawux U suffering great
hardships, and, la some cases, border
leg upon starvation, owing to
the searclly of deer, awl panic
ularly on account of the en
tire failuie of (he hunt dur
lag the past autumn. Captain
Healy will wouoae to tha nmaniiuii
that be purchase a number of reindeer
id bath sexes, which abound on the Si
berian cjast, aad transport them oa the
Bear to sow point oa tbe Alaskan coast,
where moss aad feed arepieatiful. lie
WOUld SlSO advisa that tha nnvumaul
ealiat tha services of a number of Si
barUs natives to instruct the Ksquinjaux
ia the ait of basiling tha deer, aad as
Ihe aaiaula becowa saore auasarous
they eaa be diatribated over Korth
weatera Alaska aad for the food sup
ply of tha natives.
A tVeat Ylralata Ytllasa hTiHawu.
Bai.niaa. Uiuo, Dec. 13. A cooper
boa ia Ht-awaod, Just opposite this
ciiy, caught are last alghi and the
Hamas spread to six dweiliair aouaas,
cowaielaly dealroytng everytaiag ia
laetr way. tbc town was at tha atercv
ot ih fc uaui ce casapaaias fraau
tale city went evas aad eaves rnt
down boat Vaaeaag. Tha toe wiU he
"yaaavyaaa use are ia still
vlassla' I '..,.. i
,yrr i wimi
rBR '4 miTla.1
are now in the Osaae and KIow.
vatlons. This Is directly oppo
Secretary Kobie'a order, but the I
uitvo uivmou tne cattle araooi
i'ium, nnu inieuu to nil tueir ci
whuiud cattlemen. Unu troop of cav.
was sent to kc that the cattli were,
driven off the reservations, huts . In
diana paid no attention to thf'oV.
Three more troons left Hm Men-
yeaieruay. Trouhle is aniicl
" "-.-j t,ltuf
(5$ Isom stood in front t
offlce tu morning, and
whistled, "rounu tno coy
his old tVUered coaU!.- woun(j hu
WUjr rv T."ra"re erroun'
n er libeIjK I fgbt, an' as I
lay on my tT S Sfes It made me
shudder ler t!m yraegardln palln's
got ter sailer. I'sWroed long ernuff ter
aouw uui er iojbs tote roun' in warm
wedder sunuhln got ter happeu w'ea
de cole wis eomes.'i
Lykx, Maw., Pec. 12 The morocco
workers have resolved that if the man
ufacturers da not settle the present
labor troubles with their eaplovea be
fore January 1, low!, they, the em
ployes, will use all I heir power through
Ihe labor uatoa, Knights of Labor,
Farmers' Alllasce aad kladml oreaal-
aalioas aad also their eowmltlatas R
Waahiaatoa lo have repaahai tha tariff
of SS per caat. oa Freaeh kid imported
iaki the eattatry.
llutry Aloud Your Tliue la Short!
The paatie saeaM to have at test fuUy
awakaaad to the fact that the -"ilrnuniiit
jaJaaaw uU Watt at the a'awr Vosk
C lothiug Houae. ni Sasaata stoaat, la oaV-taa-
thess the ooportuatty to buy atat-claat
ejatateg at aair tae actual value ut tha
79811th Street Northwest.
Beat and MiutPmniiui rn.,r..it
iSra?5h ,B I,e,w Verlc. Boaton. Phlladet
phla, C-bloagu, Pari, llarliB, Iadoa. et
ACADEMY OF THE UOLY CHO66,
1SU Mats, Ave.,
Affords every faeillty for awjultlo a toor
oeghediieatlosla literatnre, raotle and art.
Tbe iBitruueats taught are piano, harp, vto
lte, guitar, uaadolia and banjo. Languages,
general vocal, drawing and fancy work free.
lafNtiaHy LaaaVi ta At-
ai.ji, Htcat, tee. W.-Lats
Um that ass wife y salasday aftarauoa
ia a 4oarrei aad tma kiihai Uatsaif .
Thwy qaarrakd soaua waaaa ao aad
kit aha. yow to wck
UMrUfa;. Yettasdavha aaatlaUyiUa
wacie aha was wuraiaa aad caasadtted
hms wiMweMMu oaeav It w poaaibia taal
airs, rkoti atay aeuva.
wrlfy yum hteod, becuae aow yVa
ote suHcepsttae to bvaat tiow awdteaw
taaa at any oUiair aasMa, HwmVs lir-m-
SatWalatha beat wuikiua to la, aad U
tjta Bto.t MsosaaajaaJr-Ma UkMeS Omi
U-ilUTT, M. is,
ttae. W aasrtwt
at aooa yetlaaaajr a
Mtk fco a sacoawiive btaar
mmm vaptaiavaaar, aad taaatauetaa
was atuaa etaaa. ttasMaaw amaai
LTv ii T wy weapaw aep wassa
Owiasf to tha coaliuiie.1 riuh uJ iiu, 11-
arrival ol twaaty easas ol goods, we wttl
coaUaiMt the i"-iginueat sale for two
weeks losuter. Now is wj eaauca; every
Uiiormarked la Plaia ttgures atoaa-hafa
the fwatar nice. Tata cnttia caiulviuui
ssuat lie aedd be&a January 1.
JiUe the price: $4 far aaaa's beaver ur
eUaUdaa ovusxiata, worth 13; asa tor
awe's hettMr gjade katsey, faeavar oer
ioat. worth ll; &i tar elegant dreas ovar
coat 1 forty atylas, worth m, tor efe
"LMf. - eWsahilla ovewosu,
worth ; aUtfta ovevoat at fa, 7, 1U,
iJ l and IU, sa't be bouUTahywbW
ivrlass taaa doable the price; W suits
ktt.5ft, wwthlW; goudUtalAMta aatta at
?. ab i piaadW dies tub, ttagW
ad aVuWa-areaated, iu uwaeuww dlaaoa!;
aalpcwa aad i-aenoU, at ato aal ti
! worth sw ta m- Bear te auad Uds aakj
9w wainua iiai two aavaa luaaef , aad la
awir gaajr ea at taa
tfaw Yuaj Civiaiiu Utne,
,u ,., 311WaaUatost.
ifhtoaalWtog.) Ojaw aa ds aa-
Bouse aad No, ail.
CuBeywuasM chMaa of mattf. taa
aeavy wtlat oi taw Usum, was l
Uwia .Lawg & tVs ahsaj ysatartay
atasaiag wajsiajt toati a caarif. cirtiati
Thm waw ajMahtw of tadsaa aaa4
nt Um. aaa ba riatai"aiavif l
eaa aba, asui said lo a ehasaac aaaa- (
tta taa Uates. tan Haay twairlihs
GEO. W. aTICKMBY,
BW ilth St. BV,
MUSTEKR 8Atg OF VKRY VAr.l'ABLf
IjaiJMOVEII PlOI-aHTY OK OHBUON
0THWiWT.A8 """"K'T" MM?
-AW"?.,i' a eanata deed of trout e
Kdl te Liber, Vo. 1 IM. lulto mi. t at , .
os ol tbe bad renorcU for tue Ul.irivC if
Colanbia. aad at tae ru.ue t of hu portv
act-ucd tUtreby we Wr lit offer for wJein
tahl iuta iil ,flUAr l&tf Iktt am ( . !...
Ml book V. 11. B . 045. ia the office of lb?
baiyeror ef tae M-lrlet vf foluwbla sola
tae aaat of fl.jao aad tutereet.
,f8i":,AJ1 ?"h ta excess ofiujt
tral;StaadaoUtitiaeof aal. Terms t
be eoaifliad w.ih in tea dave.
W illtV LJiiBLE,
easU-dAds itt uu3 l' . nw
acciuea Ibereby we will offer for aide
SrSB,i!S,fe' preeatar on THB i30 ijiy
Bft'SMBBariaaa atl.autU.knn . al
bjt "la.K. Maavuder-aaubiliwaottof
aa w. avteuiiv,
SOW luh at.
iaafiManaaiaaa ia a aaak
i"a sssteaaswas, ska
baa aad coast laajaea,
nlki. t'ms a doae.
tie. utt f 9aar jioaruwaaT
ftr vistaa ol a certain deed of tiu-t rt
lotded In ltbf o 143B. 10a.. ol. tt seu . ua
otlba bud Ht-orda for tbe Diatriit. : . o
taaabla. aad at Ue reu' ! ot the unv s
cured thereby, we will i.ffer for le 10 i t ju
Hf ftfSf'b.fJ'.oa'l'UiaOt.y. TUKletb D
0'OkrifBBl(.W,at)oilotkp m tU.
tollo wliii! deaoribed iropert?. In the i.y u
WaakJjittoB. IlirKt of ColaaibU, . .
ail of lot aaaaLciea fuarteeii (Hi, 1,1 1...1
ssaa a AdewV. trueUee. abdiUtuuui , 1,
bv Muare tvo buadtadaad sceat sti ca
Tfcrsu ol taler Oa third .tab ana 1 Us L!
aece la one U and two r-o jcrs. with .1 '
est at tbe rata ut jx w uer ueutaic i.
aass. parable ku.i actiuaUy. aut -. . n . t. .
aotedof trut ou Uu. woyuriy s ;. , .'
eata. at ise ou.jh t,r the ou..!,. -c, 1. ,
atUHited doUar deow-it ui tltsi -1 ., '.
ooavejaiiclBtf at mtibjers tut iri,.- .
bo tosacUad vUh U ? o,, L. tl. . .
erti WH1 be reiiold L rbut !,a , t vt d,
faWUijr aiivi avedai.'iodiv...
tbeataatla luiWiumkioj i'bji,
Jousi t 4ha
a Wat.bUi&B a.,
u mm fais.iis.t, i-rfa .
teas, aaw.ly Dlloa. W.u
oaaber a me.- ijaaksd no
wu us rtoolte.l at thin
Boo ATUHAY. OS
lt.i-ob.a out (i ol!
, f . latteg I'm tutor
a.'.lU-kt'.ou at Ihe ulfl.
'be Lcyrluiut r.
aav or sul bids .d
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twsa . jwr 1
awe rjuaaar. Power
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