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THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER li2, ISfiO.
liRICT HAS ITS BAT BBPWR1
rJ,otl Matters of Interest OmuMweil,
Reapportionment Ittll to lift Ite
ported rtrwoklyti, Mke MM
York, Wants n Itwnt,
mw PrffK flflemBJ Irsr.
The Senate this ntomlnf , wlttMfflt de
Into, agreed to the Flirmij najotatton,
with an amendment offend by Mr.
Hoar provMlBg that the Swtaw strati
meet at 10 o'clock; that the morBtag
hmtr shall expire at 11 o'clock, and
dirnirMtlng the propwttlon for night
After tbe reading of the Journal the
Htiuge went Into Committee of the
Whole oa the Private Calendar.
TUB DI5T1UOT IK COJTOHKSS,
MAST MUI AFFMjniTO TltR CITY'S IN
imP.tr COrTSWRRRD IX COMKITTRK.
The Senate District Committee met
to-day. Present, Chairman Ingalls and
Mossta. Farwell, McMillan, Higgles,
Itnrrts, Vance and Faulkner, Meters.
Brioener and Harbour being absent.
lioutlno business wee transacted aa
8. 4490, a bill to authorlre the exten
sion of MaMachiuetts avenue, and the
construction of a bridge across Itock
Creek on Massachusetts avenue ex
tended was postponed.
S. 4411, a bill to authorise the Wash
lnpton and Western Hallroad Company
of Virginia to extend Its line Into and
within the District of Columbia was re
ferred to Messrs. McMillan and Har
bour as n sub committee.
In 8. 005, a bill to incorporate the
Georgetown and Arlington Hallway
Company of the District of Columbia,
the sub-committee was discharged
from the further consideration of the
bill, which was referred to the Com
mittee on Military Affairs.
In 8. 4340, n bill to amend "An act
to provldo for tho incorporation ol
trust, loan, mortgago and certain other
corporations within tho District of Co
lumbia," nnproved October 1, 1800.
Messrs. lllgglns nnd Faulaner were
appointed a sub committee.
II. It. 1037. an act to nrolilbU the
granting of llriuor licenses within one
mile of tho Soldiers' Home, was re
ferred to the District Commissioners.
Doth tho House bills and Senate 001,
"whose object Is to Incorporate the Dls
trict of Columbia Suburban Hallway
Company, were postponed.
II, It. 010S was ordered amended and
repotted favorably by Mr Ingalls. It
requires the street railways of tho Dis
trict of Columbia to make annutl re
roils, nnd has nlready passed the
louse. The amendment adds thi
omnibus (torn to the matters the com
pa Die nre required to report:
"All other Items of cost of construe
tlon, equipment, maintenance and op
crnlluunt said roads."
Tllonook'a now being cleared for ac
tion, the real battle begun. It was
tho turn of the Atkinson bill, whose
fate hung so long In tho House balance
It must be borne In mind that the
Senate on September 33 last passed a
bill of Its own with the same objects in
-view. Whllo tho same in n jtenaral way
they differ somewhat In detail, thu Sen
ate bill bains upon the whole the more
favorable to the railroad company. Tbe
latter permits the road to extend Its
sidings, turnouts, etc., as far wost nt
Sixth street, while the former only per.
mils this as far west as Four and-a-half
Tho other material difference1! be
tween the two bills Is in the pr-viso re
lating to the Sixth-street ijou. The
Home bill provides thaVrJi:ct of
the location andrerocaii--0Wacks,
cidlncs and stations of i,
fcrred to a commission of th
export in railroads, one n
nnd one n representative of this
be appointed by the President.
commission to report at tbe opening
mo i iity seconu congress.
The Senate proviso is that nothlr
contained in tuts act. ana no exp
ture tbat may be made ol saiu r
company uereunuer, snail do
construed to give said comnan:
-a-taatit- larval e i utt u tilst rtnt nnw
sessed. to retain the passenger atatl
of said company on blxlb street.
In both bills Congress reserves the
Tight to alter, amend, or repeal the act.
As tne matter now sianjs me sen
ate's own bill is before it in the form of
an amendment to the House bill.
eoon as tbe Senate shall adopt ue
amendment a conference will be asked
and the matter settled in that way. The
light Is practically over and the road
Llijuor License I.ecUlatlon.
The question of the liquor license U
the one of most Importance bow before
the House DUtriet Committee. Tha
body is giving it full consideration
Jiepreeeotatlvea Moore of New Hamp
shire and Post of Illinois bat e jjlvea tbe
most consider atlon to tbe subject aad
-will largely innuenetj the committee.
They have, lu faet, so far Inaueneed
that body that they have Imparted to It
a conviction that there ought to be
mare restrictive Ugisiatioa I tlM DU
tikt of Columbia in regard to the liquor
hi he present law, the coatnttttae
as concluded, U laadaapiate. Taesa
jure coma up the question of the
eamiy. These are two hUUof note
hefote tha conuulUae. Una U
known as the "Commttainnaii bill,"
being in Us embodiment what a nu
jority of tha District CowtrsahwwN
recommend. The other U known,! tha
Douglass bill, being what Crntaaia
loner Douglass rtcomnir-ade Tha
Douglass bill is tha one that tha cow
mlttee will recommend. That much
can be taken for granted. That is
an earaealneas aasong tha BMtnhsrs
of the ilousa Diatrict CotaiBHtea on
this subject that commands mora than
respect. Tha provisions of tha Doug
lass bill are too well known to mm
TftfspltvlMl"B in this ansMMinMinjianji
beforehand of what tha Houas District
C'ouuuiUaa will xwonaneMU
Caxr)tas tfciriaanlgal Wiyineni.
These was a aoeactag of tha Wmm
District CoaMnttiaa te-oay. it was
agreed to report levotaMy tha' bjtt in
regard to tha caurying of deadly
weapons, with an aesanaaaasji itatkintf
an tJxttptkVn as to Us paasUWs of Umnm
people who may be l feat lot tha
safety of thtir lives. Tha ttjuos -hVcaaaa
qutbtioB vat also djavussail. but so
action was taken upon tt. Al a aiaat
lag uxt Monday it will he fuxlhw
SUenuoua tiforu art. butag uulo by
Auditor Votij and oihers to havu thu
Appopriaihji- t uuijiiiU-c ot the House
DtcowauMd aa ewcopoatiuo foe a now
ethec for the Diatrict thai of diahuxa
uiji ucik vkUuse dulios U shall ha to go
;. o.J Ut iijuii at the eud of ent-h
ii. L ai.J yy til the laboxtus Oi
ployfd In trip i rl"n wotXs of the ritv
Tne present arrangement Is very bid
indeed. Laborer are compelled to go
to the avrTttor's office am draw their
nay and this mnrntry mrtrftw the lots of
a half day's pay.
The subcommittee of the Howe
Approprratlone Committee having In
charge the prapnnttton of the Dfsttiet
of ColnmWa approprratlon Mil had
another meeting to-day. Mr. MeOotmte,
the chatrman of the subcommittee,
siiH to Tmk Cwttic rtpottet: "We are
Mtlirg atone fairly well. We will
hare the hill ready pretty eoon. We
will b.v It ready to report early next
OHIO GtBBKXATOHIAI, GOSSIP.
WOT MKXtT CAXPRftt.t. WILt. Bit A CAX
D1DAT FOR BKMt!ATrO.
Although the emsreatioit to nominate
a eneceseor to Qorernor James B
Campbell of Ohio will not be called be
fore June or Jnty next, candidates are
alreatlv springing up all over the State.
It Is admitted by well Informed Hack
eye Democrats that Governor Campbell
can get a renomlnatlon if he desires it.
Hut there's the rub.
Some of the Governor's friends say
(bat ho is tired of public life ami will
retire at the end of the present term awl
go to New York ami enter into a busi
ness partnership with Senator Calvin
8. Hrice. Mr Campbell, in addition to
btlng a shrewd politician, Is also a good
business man. He is a money-maker.
'Within the last five or Mx months he
Is credited with making $75,000 In Wall
Congressman Voder's boom for Gov
ernor Is rolling along In good shape,
and his friends predict that he will be
a sure winner. The lion. HenJ. Le
fevre, once a very ornamental as well
as ureful Ohio Congressman, is also
spoken of In connection with the ofltce.
n Obloau, iu speaking of General
Lefevre, said to Tim Chitio reporter:
"Hen Lefevre would be the strongest
man the Democrats could nominate.
He would not only poll the full Demo
cratic vote, but would be supported by
tbotisandsof Alliance men who are not
just now training with either of the
two great parties. Tho farmers of Ohio
have a warm spot iu their breasts for
biff, bluff, good natured Hen Lefevre,
who, as chairman of the House Com
mllteo on Agriculture, rondered them
such valusblo service. Lefevro is In
every particular one of the people. I
challenge you to show mo a stronger
WHAT TUB JOtNT COMMITTER OB" COS
Senator Squire, the chairman of the
sub committee ot the Joint Committee
on Immigration, whtoh went to tbe Pa
cific Coast last month to investigate tbe
subject of the existing laws restricting
Chinese immigration, returned to this
city last evening in advance of the other
members of the committee. Speaking
of tbe Investigations of tbe sub com
mlttee this morning Mr. Squire said:
"The committee took n great deal of
valuable testimony on the Chinese ciues
tion. We visited four cities in Wash
ington, Portland in Oregon, and San
Francisco in California. We learned
that there was little complaint of
Chinese belni smuggled In over the
Southern border, but that there was n
great deal of smuggling of Chinamen
nnd opium over the Northern border.
The testimony seemed to show that this
was duu to defects, not In the law, but
in the admlnutratlon ot the law.
"In otberweiUs, there Is not a suffi
cient force offmen patrolling the
Northern border nd the Archipelago,
by which the Chinese fluff" admittance
on the water side. With an increase In
this force, I think the present law
will be sutUcIent to accomplish all that
is intended. Another thing which wo
discovered in San Francisco was that
It had lieon the custom to release on
ball Chinamen who were broueht be
fore United Slates Commlsiloners,
claiming to have therlebt to entertbe
-intrerr)tates under existing law, awl
at a large proportion ot tbose so re-
aced disappeared and forfeited their
bail. And cf tbose who were re
mai iled, only 5 per i 'nt. were returned
o i tuna.
"The testimony taken before tho com
Itteo called at'cntlrn l? this condition
affairs and 1 think It will lind its
o,1.. Tf (1,1) u nrrotrrllshed
fn a few days.
'ewlll not be
fil January or
HE wlNTSTO DIPLAKER.
MU. OlTUr,TE J OHIO AV AVOWED
CANPIDAlhEJiR THE I'OSITIOK
The Hon, Joseph H, Outhwaite ot
Columbus Ohio, is an avowed candi
date for tbe Speakership of the next
House, for he himself bath said it.
Joseph very naturally expects every
Democratic member from tha Buckeye
State to toe the scratch when tha proper
times eootes and assist in boosting him
1b hia laudable ambition to ha tha third
officer in honor and the second in power
in this glorious republic, but Joseph, it
is feared, is booking too much on isute
pride. There are only three Ohio
Demoeratie mewtwis ff tha present
House who are elected to tha Fifty
second Congseas. They are Mr. Outh
waite, Captain Jamas W. Owens ot tha
New ark district and William E. Hayaas.
who has tha tUetinetion of taptaisant
tog ex President Ruthasfotd B. Hayes'
Now tha atoey goes that neither
Owens nor Iiaynas wttl vote for Outh
waits, and it Is also aU that sevasai of
tha new numbers will refuse to enMat
under tha banner of tha man from.
The Tkufsna ianuanee. k U said,
will be found on tha tide at Outh walla,
but the tatter's opponents say that that
won t amount to very atuca. y
i an itu nuataa m ww mmw iu ww
an active nabt, and "they say' that
young Alien W. will quear. most any
bofiVy whose eauaa ha ciutnsnions.
Ifr. Outhwaite it wouMtaeoi has
causa to btetUe down to hard work
ajnojag frW cojsgag uae
THE MXMHUMT MA8XSK.
vut nsu. iron rwui.iTTusi wtt4.
Mi- yagrquha. efcafraaj of th Coat
Viltiea e National Marina, Ufoemad
Tua Ciutu. lapoiter this mutmias that
tha House substKuta for tha SanAaia
bill fur tha rtthsWIUarioa of tha aant
cbant aaariaa would ttkeiy coma up foe
consuhaajaoa 1 tha Uoum ob TuoMay
A nual niaaUag of tha cOBMaittaa to
pa. critkaU on all tha or o vision of
tha haU and bama a reooxt wiU be bahi
tonwmow mocninf In anawet to au
inquiry as to tha posaot of tha -tu
of tha kuhatiuuf, MU Fasquhaj
1 a bo dubt of the auoceas of
tha mcaouxc, aa the il"uc has bea
thoroughly i.aivuaMd aui j. ta'tetanUd
ho lvoked milt. u.ri. fuvvT vo tli--
Mnil uVJdv 1 11, than the Tonnigo hill
are now periecdy vathrrcl With the
mall provision of the new Mil.
"la ssMtifon, the rabtiftme ptweMee
fot tlrtenlargfrnent ot the awtwl eah.
Itshmeitt in a manner both economical
and npto the demands of pubito
HROOKLTIT WANTS A BECOUNT.
mkk its rnnsmt jibwhiwk acwwm tb
imtrw, if rs dtssatiotiro.
There art three Democratic Congress
men from the city of Brooklyn, and
they have recently been making a Mg
kfck against OommlatfoMr Potter.
Like their Tammany brethren in UTew
York, they have been raising a hulla
baloo about an alleged f alee census enn
merntion. Their partrcnlar grievance
was that about 43,000 good citizens had
not been counted, and if given a hear
ing by the Census Committee they could
prove their charges
To day Congressmen Campbell,
Clancy and Wagner, accompanied by
the assistant corporation counsel of
Brooklyn, appeared before Mr. Dim
nell's committee as per appointment,
but they made the lame etense that they
bad not as yet been able to get up their
evidence, and asked for further time
They wanted till after the holidays.
The committee granted the request.
Brooklyn's case is like the St. Paul,
Kansas City and many others there's
nothing In it.
DUKNHU.'s MILT. Wlt.t. R FWORttTtT
nRfOHTKU FROM THR COMJItTrBB.
The House Committee on the Census
agreed, at a meeting to day, to report
tho Apportionment bill as imlorsed by
tho Hepubllcnn members ot the com
mittee, fixing tbe representation In the
House at Hfilj. This is the number pro
vided for In the Mil Introduced some
time ago by Mr. Frame of Missouri,
and subsequently reintroduced, with
amendments of Mr. Dunnell of Minne
sota, the chairman of the Census Com
mittee. Tbe committee before agreeing to
report the bill discussed It nt length.
Mr. Holman of Indiana, Democrat, op
posed the representation provided for
by the bill. He urged that It should be
placed nt 883, tbe membership of tbe
Tho agreement to report tha bill f v
vorably was practically unanimous,
Messrs. Tillman of South Carolina and
Holman reserving tho right, however,
to vote for amendments providing
different appropriations. Mr. Tillman
favors n representation of 500 or 000
Itepubllcan Senntorlnl Caucus Com
mlttee. Senator Edmunds, chairman of the
Hepublloan caucus, yesterday evening
appointed, by direction of the caucus
on Wcdnesdnv night, the following
Senators: Messrs. Plumb, Hale,
Mitchell, .McMillan and Power to act
with tho Hepublloan members of the
Finance Committee, Messrs. Morrill,
Slierman, Jones of Nevada, Allison,
Aldrlch nnd Hlscock, In considering
tbe financial situation of tlte country
and In suggesting what, If anything,
should lie done to relieve It. The com
mittee is to report to the caucus on
next Monday night.
Tho Fortification bill was passed In
the House yesterday. Also the bill to
ptov'de for a 1400,000 dsneiency in
printing and binding.
Chairman Grout ot the House Dis
trict Committee vesterday Introduced,
nt tho request of President Hurt, a hill
to authorize- tbe Washington ami
Georgetown Hallroad to change Its
In tho report of the Bureau of Ani
mal Industry, made public yesterday,
the claim is made that thu bureau an
ticipated Professor Koch in tbe use of
the celebrated lymph.
Under the bill to amend the act of
1668 adjusting the salaries of post
masters, tbe salary ot the postmaster at
Washington is fixed at $0,000 a year.
Mr. Hoar of Massachusetts is the
latest victim ot tbe cranka ot the
Wage-Workers Political Alliance.
They have induced the old man to In
troduce a bill to establish a Depart
ment of Elections.
EDDIE GUERIK'S PAL CAUGHT.
Arretted nt Itoitou fur a Philadelphia
Boston, Mas., Dae. 12. Clark
Parker, arrested on December 8 by In
spectors Gerraughty and Watts of Polie
Headquarters on a fugitive warrant,
which charged him with stealing a dia
mond ling from a Philadelphia firm
about two weeks ago, has been ideeti
tied by one of tbe members of tbe firm.
On the other baud, Parker claims that
the Philadelphia's positive ideatiica
tlon is wrong, and says that he tan
prove an alibi. Whether be can or not.
he is a fellow with a record. la 18 -J
he was sentenced in Philadelphia to
three and a half years at hard labor for
larceny, and on hU release began to
travel through the country as a thief ia
various capacities. He has lived a
criminal career since ha was IU years
old, and is now only 30. na was once
arrtsted for shoplifting with Isaac Saw
tella, now under arrest for the murder
of his brother
Two or three years sgo Parker was ar
rested for an attempted job on a hank in
Maaibester, England, and was impris
ouad nine months and about that tuna
tha greatest Job wbkhhas bean charged
against hina tha robbery of Utt.OOO
francs front a bank in Lyons. France
was perpetrated. It is said that this Job
was performed by Parker.Eddle G uarln.
who shot tha Chicago police officer, and
a fellow called "Dago Prank." Gust in
accused poaseiiion of tha money and
buried It In a graveyard, where it was
found by Parker. Here occurred tha
calibrated tght between Parker and
Gueria, tha former shootjig tha later
in tha side, hut Gueria compelled
Parker at tha noint of a revolver to carry
rhiiu lroni tha cemetery into safety.
farter was auoweu to go on turning
Stale's evidence, it is said, and came to
this country after tha othats had got
tan year Mataufi with a fortune of
io,uaO, of which but little fa) known to
be left lie was arretted about a year
am for an alleged diamond robbery on
A w Track Ha.
Hans are being prepared in the office
of rtwsbiHag inspector! Batwtaie for tha
construction of a new truck house to ha
Inf a tan in the ceaarvation Vmwlii by
Fourteenth street, Ohio avenue aad C
atse aoribweet. Tha truck aouaa
wtii ha in tha centra of a n umbos of
lerra liverv i.fci abjI othnt httthttnne.
niicUMUaity t iNJtiitetf wttl b
fMan J IU tinman fAfnklfaUafinUL.
ennjBj sswaeienmpBww Frear,iWBWsaaw'a
Mr Gray the editor of tha JKtbni
lum.i,m'tt, said to-day. "I aecard tha
ouetUue at Ocaia a vary ceai step
forward fur tha aJJaanca fc- tar as I
have been abte to aweriaio everything
was as haiwonioua as could ha. nan
there ia no doubt but thai thousand of
friends have been luado for thu AUi
itiiit a vity biully abuaud oiaotxi )o
at the pcttciil uu.1.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Nxw York, Dec. U MoTiey on eajl
fa eeay at 4? 1 per cet.
Exchange steady; posted rws, 4WI
44; mm rates, 474'W, fc stxly
fmyt twrd 4$e?4l for demawtl.
QortTnment steady; ctrrrewey .
bM; hcorrpon, 139bW, 4isdo..MIIMn,
The stock market opewed thh morn
ln?wlth a little ica! of th slrotte. ami
under the brisk bidding for Hocke the
first prices were from i to 1 per cent,
better than the final figures of yester
day. The Sugar Trust, O. O. awl St.
Louis, Irarllngton, 9t.Pl. ami Chicago
Gse where the strongest (rpeewlallves.
The npward movement ws further
lircreMed In the first hour, ami at 10 30
prices were up J to 8 per cent.
Toward 11 o'clock a present to re
allee caused a slight reaction. The
stock market was Tery dull after 11
o'clock, ami while there were no ma
terial changes In quotations, the ten
dency of prices was downward. All
of the stocks shaded off materially. At
this wiltine, however, prices are firm
attain and within a fraction of theheet
Nrw Your, Dec. 18 J. tml W.
Sctlemnrf ordered 800,000 foM shipped
from London to-day.
A private London eahk says the
market for American securities has ad
vanced on bnjing thought to come
from New York.
Another London dispatch says that
CI 9,000 gold were withdrawn from
the Hanx of Kngland for export to
South America to day.
tViMhlfiRtan Stock liictinnco.
Bales Regntsr rati 19 o'clock m.
Vh L. I., 1st, ttOl) at 95. Col. Xat.
Rank, 10 at 1M; 3 at 11. Lincoln Nat.
Bank, 10 it 10S; 10 at 10S. Op. ami North
O SU It. It, 30 at M; 10 at 88; 90 at lt.
Wash. Has., Oat 40; 39 at 4SJ: 100 at tf;9R
at 4!U: . at I5f . Col. Title Ins , 100 at Si;
lP0atty. Amsr. Orapliopbone, .10 at 11;
15 at 101.
Mhcellanous Bowl? U. 8. Klntrlc
Light 1st, O's, ; U. 8. Klectrks Light,
9.1? 0's, -; W. .V O. K IU 10-0 Ti's,
H-S3-9B, 1CS1; W A U. Convwtlbte O'S,
110; .Mawnlc Hall Ass'n, Vs, C 1H0S, l)t;
Hash. Market Co., 1st Mart, 6', 107,
ssh. Market Co., Imp., fvt, ; lnlM fc
Seaboanl Co., Bs, C 187, ; Wash. I.t.
Infantrr, 1st, 0, 1901. Wi; Wasli. I.t. In
fatitry.Sil, T, 1904,91; Vb. Oas Ugtit
Co., Ser. A, 0,U8J; Wash. Has Light Co.,
fr. V, O's, 117, llyientc Ice Co , 1st Mort.,
0's, ; American Security ami Trust, .
National Dank Storks Hank of Wash
ington, 480; Hank of ltepubllc, 9dU; Metro
politan, 908. Central, 300. Heooml, ;
lrarmers and Meelistitcs. 1W); Ctttiens', 1.70;
t'olumbla.lM; Capital, 199, West Bnd, ,
Traders', ; Lincoln, lofi.
ltsllroid Btoeki Walilngton and
Georxetown, 930, Metropolitan, ; Co
lnniHa, ; Capitol arfd North O Street,
00; L'eklngton and SoWlere' Horn, M;
fleoritlowu nnd Temiallj town, 40; llrisbt
Insurance Stocks Flrewen's, 45; Frank
lin, SO: Mctropotttsn, M); National Unloti,
IT); Arllnalon, ; Corcoran, Ml, Colum
bia, 18; Uerinan American, UK); Potomac,
M); Iltags. 7; People's, -ti; Lincoln. -t.
Title Itwurativn stocks Heat XUt
Title, 133; Colombia Title, 5fi Wasblnaiori
Gas and Klsctrlc LlKtitStocks Washing
ton Gas, 4Ai; Georgetown Gas, 49; U. 3.
Klsctrlc Light, 1.1A.
Tslsphoiie Stocks rennsrlvsnls, 9S;
C)ispfake ami Potomac, ; American
Miscellaneous stocks. Washington .Mar
Vet Co, 10; tVasblDgton lhlek .Machine
Co., 800; Great Falls Ice Co., ; Bull
Hum Panorama Co., ; National Safe De
posit, 980; Washington Safe Deporit, ;
Washington lan and Trust Co., tj; Na
thiaal Typographic, ; Msrgeathaler, ;
PaeoaaaUe Hun Carriage, I; Atasriean
wanyaa4 Trust Co., 011; Lincoln Hall,
; Hjrgtsatt Ice Co., ; lateroeeaa
ntusung a, -
One hundred aad forty-seven cattle;
all sold. Meet, I to U; medium, 8 to
3. common, 1 to 8, good.8 to 8.
Three hundretl aad sixteen sheep and
Is tubs ,ambs, 5 totH, sheep, ! to 4 J;
calves, 5 to u. yearlings, H to 5).
Ten cows and calves, S0 to $87.50.
Market for Christmas week will be the
A BEAR FARM.
It Had un HxcelUnt Start, 11 (it lllfih
Water Oarrtetl UIT ttio Itaart,
iVvat las A'w York m.
Tbe queerest loss by high water ever
beard of in tbe Pine Greek eouutry.
Pa.wbwe disastrous Hoods are com
mon, was that of Seley Ferenbaw.
Kettle Fiats. Ferenbaw was damaged
by the recent flood iu Kettle Creek to
tbe extent of seven bears, large and
Ferenbaw Is a hunter, and he got it
into his head last spring that he could
make a good thing by raising bears for
the market, tbe animals to lie delivered
alive or dead, according to the taste of
tbe buyer. Acting on that Idea, he bent
alibis Ingenuity as a trapper oacaptur
Irs bears alive, and bis lirst prise was an
old she bear and her two cube. Feres
baw had built a big long iacloaure oa
tbe flats near his cablB, aad be turned
bis bears into it. At different times since
his nrst capture be added eleven other
beers, young and old. Of these, three
cubs, whose mother be could not get,
died for want of proper nourishment.
One old bear worked a hole between
tao logs in efforts to eseapa. got bit
bead fast In it and choked himself to
death. Two yearlings got in a fight
over their dinntr one day. Oae was
UUtd by his antagonist, but tha latter
was so badly hurt that ha had to be
shot That left Ferenbaw with his
original old bear and her tao cubs,
grawn to fat and glossy felloes, big as
a Newfoundland dog, aad tour other
bears of various sizes. Tha big rains of
a week or so ago raised the creak hhrher
than it had ever been known before,
and a mill dam two or three hundred
yards above Fawnbaw.s bear pan broke
away. Tha water rushed down, covered
tha fiats and carried away tha pan,
bears and alL
Tha old beats, it is supposed, suc
ceeded fat Measuring tha flood and as
caping to tha woods at favorable petals
akuu tha creek. Tha two cubs, how
ever, ware drowned, their bodias being
found la a pile of driftwood three miles
beiow Ferenbaw "s whan tha water
abated. Ferenbaw valued his bears at
from 10 to f$S apiece, lie will re
build his pan and begin restocking it at
A MatuibacefclaAaM W
Who that has walked to tha face of a
chJBy blast, such as those damp Oc
tober days have lately brought in, and,
suddenly stopping to respond to tha
greeting of a dacorous acquslntam e,
W tha agtunjtsiainm of drops ia tha
eyas and on tha tip of tha soae, like
wW upon a ted, red row, will not
readily agree with aw thai of all the
nrinor coadtttnQS of evil that boaetaa
unfortunafce wugsan tha state of hainsi
haadkeubtelieas whan dignity and
dscoium dantand tha niaasnrn of the
uatreteattous square of caaabric U the
worst? says a Chicago writer, fal
may sound Uk an overstate uu'ot, and
jet fully well 1 know tbare hi OMny a
woman who, reading what 1 wriic,
wui laugh a low. and laugh of daaverate
omening and say. "Ah, how veil she
knows, how true barstaAaeaant l'
Once, when I was young and full of
tho tatpulse of Ui Mod mirth, as all
young girls are. I was gland to pUy the
SMtudcuu ji funeral. Tha dcita. i
had uecu a notorious scold an I Lil
lived fcr UtAiiy years Ocll vlouf I ui
burnt; ' I'AU .u.J ufwu I ul l- --
rail Yr bul'an) a I llert owl and an
i ' everlatlrte donkcv ' Innumerable
MfrBlTij! I had heard her rail her chil
dren up after this fashion Hereyoti
' rrmtiar ones if yon ain i ! wn here In
half a minme III break evcrv botre in
yonrbodv''' Well, at lt Death over
took hcT with a shaTrpr weapon than
her own tongwe, ami h- died With
tbe memory of all her tender little ways
upon me, 1 wos aeked to offlelate at the
village rhnrch metodeon at her fmreral
The minister and myself faced the
mournei s, and I was called upon to open
the service with tne old and tonching
hymn, "Slater, thon wast mild and
lovely " The desire to laugh took pos
nion of me "Let na pray," saM the
mlhlsier, but there was no place to hide
my head. I felt for my handkerchief.
Oh. more Messed than a roll of Mils
would have been the presence in my
pocket of sorhethtmr wherein to ni
real my III timed attack of a senss of
the ludicrous, bnt I had not si much as
a bonnet string. The hrntand of the
"remains" looked at me reprovingly
ami to save my life I conld associate him
with nothing but the familiar "bited
owl." My seat on the stool commanded
the entire congregation. Igrewhysterl
oal. Any young girl who remls this will
know that the harder I tried to stop the
more I laughed. Feeling that I was In
danger of breaking tip the wvloe I roe
ami left tho church. The services were
concluded without mtielc, and I never
regained prestige In lite community
all for the want of a handkerchief.
ANOTHER VIEW" OF G0LUMBB5.
A l'eir riatn VTotiln Aliant Ills Treat
ment or tho Onrlti Itaee.
There Is one fact worthy of note in
the coming four hundredth year cele
bration of the discovery of the Ameri
can continent, namely, that not one tin
gle specimen of the race Cotumbtn dis
covered will be on hand tb defend him
self, writes A. P. Dunlop In the iStfvr
d)fjitntv. Not atone bss the Catlb
lxen wiped from tbe face of tbe earth,
but the oldest inhabitants of the West
Indian Islands have not seen a half
breed even ot tbat race, nor do any of
them remember having been told that
they existed In the time of their fathers
or grandfathers. Columbus writes of
these people as the Inst be had ever
tccn, and says they received him with
ovet whelming kindness, lie says, too,
that they were numerous, nnd that
every island from Ban Salvador to Santo
Domingo was thickly Inhabited.
Could one of these guileless savages
arise to say a few wonts at the opening
of the World's Fair he might somewhat
disarrange the mantle of glory which
tho Saxon, Celtic and Teutonic races
have so prettily arranged around the his
toric figures of Christopher Columbus
and Queen Isabella. The gentle savage
might first ask why tbe mighty people
of Nottb America were celebrating tbo
advent of a roan who bad nothing what
ever to do wlih tbe discovery ot what Is
now the I nlud States. He would have
no record of his own people who have
not even left n traco of their existence
liehlud them but he might have looked
Into the enemy's camp for information,
and there he would And whether
proved or not that Mr. Columbus was
said by his son Ferdinand to have been
a pirate, or tbe descendant of one, wbo
was constantly on the move, and wbo.
In the fllleentli century, visited the
home of tbe Vikings, ami there heard
the story of the discocry of Vlneland.
Ha could readily reconcile Mr. Col
umbus' way of doing things by au
thentlcated dispatches from Columbus
to ''Their Highnesses," Isabella and
Ferdinand, by tending a copy of a letter,
now In the Spanish archives, in wbloh
the discoverer Informs "Their High
nesses" that be was treated as a brother
by these savage people, that they cave
freely all llicy had and conducted him
to their golil mines. The Catlb might
then read tbe latter part ot tbe dlipatcb,
evidently written as soon as Columbus
returned from tbe gold mines, and sug
gests "how cosy It would be to overcome
this unarmed people and tend them si
slaves to Spain.
llepudlatlag Columbus as a discov
erer, ho might, en the auplclous occa
sion, go even further, by asking wbv
Columbus or Isabella should be ad
mired or held up as examples for the
youth ot the land?
The Itepubllcan tarty might also be
told that no two persons la the world's
history ever went into a slave specula
tion more deliberately. Columbus
tempted tbe cupidity of the Queen with
untold treasures as a return for her In
vestment, and in his first letter Is a
request for ships loaded with provisions,
to come "licensed for the traffic of
slaves." Did he set them? Tbe answer
bow In tbe Madrid archives is: "Their
Highnesses will send tbe vessel)."
It the written account of these Span
Uh pirates be correct, the Carlb orator
mlcht say that twelve years after Co
lumbus arrived in the West ladles not
one ot this prosperous race was alive,
sad he could with truth point to tbe ac
counts left by the Dominican filar. La
Csta, who wrote tbat 40,000 of them
were killed oa tbe Lueaayan group in
side of a very short time either by the
sword or tbe lash ot tbe slave drivers.
The native West Indian might sum
up his argument by saving that as an
example ot deliberate treachery and
cold blooded cruelly and hypocrisy, the
world's history has no parallel to Chris
topbtr Columbus, wbo exterminated a
race that he hinuelt says received him
as one seat from heaven," nor to his
side partner, wbo went into the real
estate and slave speculation with a hard,
i old greed for gold, and than permitted
the discoverer to end his miserable life
as a pauper.
For Malaria, Liver Tr ou
ble. or Indigestion, use
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
ipmw'"-,o'111 ' ' "t'J11 1- n aai' 'Jiomanmaw
CLABKE-Ia till Itjr. on Oeccasbar H
laSM. of tsrebritl esbaaation, Mr Los
Clarke, wlte ot net V C. Clarke, hi tu M
ysay er nor sa
Tunervl frum hut lets reaUeoue. T IS first
ri uurtbwest oa uetuaday. Um MIi la
atear, at U o'clock a m Vrteads ate btvtted
to at tcad. tatxrmaat at Glaawood
aahVOsUi on Tinudy, Peoatsher u,
MO, iwr a llaaeriiig H),itan, t t.au . in..
Hxa. a i 4eboru
Swk, UcmtbarU iatas4e at v
a,t tor lai wableace. SaS Fcaasilt aaia -
sue Biithat. latersaent at Oak But.
CLAKK-ai iii retaiiw. "sheaxe But."
asar U naUastua. on the Dinks of Pecaaabw
W. UM. In ike Wb sear ol St as. . Mostau
Clark. turoMtijr ikWof the Bureau of on
grst lag end Prlntl
S u ToulTftwaaafc to. teas, Israel KtebaU.
te .lumiW kUaaa. .
TBcaauu wtu asa so sxmsasmuu.
a, ii . w frtaaj, Baowfcer tt. lor latar
8YaK-Oa WJudjr. Bseessaar W, Isf.
i Us retUaaia. use Fourth tfevat noctu
wt, Ucix ntu. aei 71 years.
aciil'TT-Oo fitocanl'M 10. lew, wuluw
lUrrlnon Stliott, ta Ui 71ft n-ar
VUKsV WSJ UtkU
mmswmtiomw soss waPsr wf ToTTienHsri3 wr
W L04M m aX KHfaSI MWWt.
OKJtY TO IXXkV
OC AWirwt ttd ItoJ g"t.).Lr aeooiitj.
B H WAh.Sata CO
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'A BAD INJDN. '
Much, if not Indeed everything, de
jml npe tho artron of Sitting Bnll
Tmtt he Is an nneetnfmroru old vll
ratn wltnont a single trdeemlng
qnnHt l not lo ho disputed,
bnt he I not a fool. There wilt
he wo outbreak nnrees after a calcu
lation of chance he Is ted to bellere
that somehow It will more to Ma own
personal profit. The messing of dor
eminent troops at the reservations and
th e determined attitude of the Qormt
ment, together with certain previous ex
perlences of his, may well make hi
hesitate. Norton TnreHer.
t A white man when he I a victim of
religions frerry Is a tough cttatonwr to
deal with. The redaklne are not likely
lo prove more amenable to reason now
that they have been turned Intodnnc ng
dervlshts by a Mahdt or M ibomet or
Joe Smith nt their own. Itaguet nnd
prophets seem to have their aeaaoea f
perifdlclty In all parts of the world.
The best thing to do with this latest
evangelist would probablv he to hoy
him at his own price and make him flov-
ernor ot 'Utianoma. rrnimaeqw
A dispatch from Mandan says that
whether or not there shall be an Imme
diate uprising of tbe Slout depends on
Sitting Hull. If Sitting Hull can be
held down within rifle range of a gen
eral uprising, then It won't uprise.
There is always peace when he Is at the
front. -XtiniiHh'ti Ttme.
The bloody scalpers now surround
Pine Ilidge Agency clamoring for their
rations, Inst the country ia safe. Gen
eral Colby ia marchlrlg in dress narade
order with his battalion ami tlitffalo
Hill only four hundred miles away from
the seat'of war OnwiAt lite
Sitting Hull should ho tnade to stand
tin and hear seven Hopubllcan pro
tection orators explain what they do
not know about the tariff. If that did
not subdue the warlike spirit In his
bosom he should be banished to Maine.
K3P"TIltsl?w7,KRTIFT THATI HAVR
zss tblailav opened the furniture hint
nemialMo ISO) Seventh street n w., and p
riilntnl (iiorge Ijiwrence Co. a my ag"nts.
de St J. F. J0IRS8OX.
r3ar"rKKT RRUBVKIj. dh. WHlTn,
I4t Penna. ave.. orpoolto Wltlanl's Hotel
'riioncHnds front far and near visit Dr. White's
ctaMIhment (or relief from and avottlMtca
of oornf, bnnloB', dleaeed Balls awl alt
ether foot treatise, liner. 8a. ra toSp.m.
BtiEitarn.S to is. Office fee, tl per vlmt for
tmltlaKtiie feet in good order, mtabtlsbed,
g-J. WILLIAM LKB
Uraeceseor to Itenrv Lea's Pons),
3 TA. AV. N. W.,
IlraBchOBeo.iWatatTlaBd ate s. w.
KSr-WHY WOT IIAV TOUHSHUrTS
'xw mado by ooe of tbe mort mlebratd
entters In Araerleal t'rioea aanw m those
third rate eattws ekarge. I'. T. 1IALL, 999 K
st n v.
TTTATIU)-A KITBtTABI.g WIIITK
V V girl to dn vemral bonework for atnatl
fatnllT Pall at 7W I ltan JOjt
ArANTII-Cl II HT N W. (TtH)D COtI)
girl to cook, waah ami 1,-ud private
family, none t.nt a tl orongbly eomewtent
Mtant. l.tlnelns relereocM and wlllln to
iar nlM wil apply lo-Jt
rAMlI)-AlrUTALK GIHI. K)R
r ilain cK)kla acd eenarml housework.
Applyatsseetliatn w 10-it
-VANTKD-8kKVAT OIKI. YOK (1B.VI,
hesMwork; mutt stay nlsLU; refer
ence rMUfl jo-tt
rANTKO-A HOOD. HBLUHLK COL'II
IT alrl to cook aad doteatral houaawork
In a small family; r waahlng. alw h reliable
nurae, coloml; both tauat stay at nhthu ami
come well rcomniaded. Apply at 115 ttb
AirANTKD-A WOMAN TO COOK. WASH
and Iron. Apply ismedlately to 1 IIS llth
17ANTED-A UBMaVIx WOMAN KOR
V I gvaernl bouMwork In small family; no
wathlng Hit toteoramt Mt
WANTKD-A COI.ORKI) BOV; ALM) A
waiter, fall 1VH tlthat a v. 8-at
TANTBD-By A COLORBH OIRU A
i ulaceiu chambersaalil or auraatnot to
oare for baby at abrbta; referaaoes gttuu
Call or addreaa ISIS I at a w 10-St
A7ANTKD- HV A Ithsd'ECrAHLK WHIT
1 1 girl a luallon a cluinbrnakt aad
wallrfx. Apply oor llth and Wat a w 10-St
7ANTKD-BV A KBhl'BCTABt.K WHITS
tftrt a olaca aa cbamlMfraaakl and to
aaalat with waablajt aad lroalag. I'leaae eall
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TTTANTBD-BY A RK4PECTABLK COU D
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to aUy ulghla. Call or aUdrtta IKM S7ih
at a w. 3t
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t IL BWCHRR. Mfl to 541 Centtn Market.
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OTTO C RfPf KRT. M Centre Marktt.
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