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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH G, 1889
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A PARTY'S OPPORTUNITY.
Ktmr year of Democratic mlc hns
rudeil and the Hcpubliran party again
tissitmcs power ami responsibility. It
bus not lift'ii out Ions enough to nukf
I ho task Impim-d upon It novel. Tlilni;
will ro on somewhat in thi' good old
way, the demeanor "of llic p.uty Im
proved, ll is hoped, by n littlu chasten
ing, iiml it" quality improcd by the
liiMt or camp-follow cm who went over
to the winner of four years ago. The
party takes up the reins .ig.iln, cwily
It 19 well for llepubllean leaders to
bear In mind, In this1 hour of severity,
that there Is a futuie nnd that the
(entire 6f this second lease of power
must depcnil upon meilt. No party can
flourish forever on the legends of the
paM. If Itcpubllean udnilnistrutions
nre; to succeed the one just begun It
must be because all has been earned.
The people of the United States will
not be toleiaut of numcious evils which
have grown up In thin countiy. The
light against these evils, from gigantic
trust thiwn to petty extortions, from
1)1 c in high ofllco to disfranchised
negroes, has faiily begun, and will be
carritil on. The Anieiicnn people will
Mutaln the p.irty of reform. They
1i.im tiled one party, and returned a
verdict against its wink in the new cm
a!0, They wo now trying another
with, It Is hoped, better prospects.
'I if if It.VTKOl' IS.lUGUKA.T10N 1AV
Tin llsiomforts caused by the bad
weather of Inauguration day has, as
Tiik (.'mm suggested must be tbii
case, result ed In gencial newspaper ex
prcfslon that it would be w Iso to change
the tlnti or Iiiniiguiatlou from March 4
to'Apill :)0, It Is retognkeil ns u (net
that a day made (jtmilriMiuiiilly im
lio)tant In the history of- tho country
should be. one ilkcly to be plcisuht, nnd
pleasant It will probably not be on
farch -1. The history of inaugurations
di monstrates this.
The fact that one President will servo
a little over four j ears in order that the
proposed change in the date of Inaugu
ration may come is unimportant, as
(.ouipai eil with tho good results to conie
fiom tho Innovation.
Tin: mvki.y 'nyiNs.
The- two Diikotiis will bu great States
for'politics. The same climatic influ
ence whlcli makes Dakotuns ''hustlers"
in otlicr tilings makes them energetic
when ofllecs aic going, and tho Ohio
man tmiut lnnlr nut fnr ltta Iriumla flf
a ......... .............. v. .
N.urse It will be some time boforo tho
nev States will be dominant in anyway
Iliey hae not enough "population yet
but It ea,n safer)- be couutcd upon
that each of the sisters will, from tho
idort, get ns niueli, for her size, ns any
State In the Union. Ohio is experi
enced, but the Twins arc wonderfully
A wman i(rii In New York yostorday
afternoon who In her lifetime accomplished
a great work. This woman was Mary L.
Booth, the editor of Harprr't Hazaur for
nearly a quarter of u century, and tho one
n ho tlrst uggcted tho Idea of such a jour
nal to Its publishers. Mrn. Ilooth's rcputu
tloii was acquired solely by whnl she ac
complished, not liy any appearance upon,
plntfornis or tlamoious demands for rec
ognition. She wna ahva)S feminine In her
tastes and luttlncls and was- neer con
nected with any progressive women's
Miclctlcs. Slic mis an eilttor who bad a
genius in liei Held and who had labored.
Phewas a woman whose death will cause
w Ide-spreud sorrow.
Tiir C'inU!nati Cinmercih(itxxett U
of Die opinion that "pigs will fly when
there arc enough office to (111 tho popu
lar dtninnd." The Cincinnati Commercial
(iuzetle has gleams of Intelligence oc
raslonally whtth flash out llko the. lime"
light which Is turned on In tho theatre gal
lery to Illuminate tliostago gloriously.
"ItuirAio IIii.l" It tho man to solid as
our 3finlstcr to Kngland, He Is tho roost
popular American who has ever Welted tho
Court of Ht. James, uiul, next to Clmuncey
Depew, Is Hie "solldost" with tho Prince
n r-l'jiEsiiiE.STMoitTos won't have any
thing to do but draw his salary uultl uoxt
Uecemticr. He will he enabled thereby to
hustlo around at something else anil add
enough to his w ngeg to pay his house rent.
Hkv MtcilAFi, 1H.XTEU of London pre
dicts that the millennium will cvuntuato
Mtirch R, 180-1, and thouiands of faithful
l)emo(.rats arc. wondering whether It will
he Cleveland, Hill or Whitney.
Tin; New Yoiik Sun has ahcady appealed
to rostmnster-dcncral Waunmaker to drop
tho "sickly green" two-cuit postage stamp
Into tho soup.
Mn, Haiiiiisqn has succeeded In securing
ntjahlnct at which, so far, his opponents
have been unable to point the llngtr of
r ' ' ' i
Colonel 'iinn nit vnt Will never ho Min
ister to China If Charles A. Dana has any
'fluenco with the Administration.
X,ent beos toslay, and numerous Dem
ocratic; brethren nre looking around for
, Mir k cloth and ashes.
Mn. Paioell fs Jutt at present enjoying
a boom, and lie can have almost anything
ho asks for.
V's woued tuggest that au olBco to be
iuewn M tlie Katiosal aoufftther-lii-Wait-
4Si k iw !iDHikteL
Inn Lc created nnd Mr George W ( hllds
of I'hlladtlplilahnRhcu n warranty deed
IvorilKUculumus of to daj'sC'ltlTU will
lie found on interesting ilhistrnteil sketch
of frencs hi Centra Market. Ccntro Market
Is one of the Institutions of Washington,
nnd one In which considerable prldo Is felt.
1'Iiiott, the fnrgci nnd liar, did really
nnd octunllv lounnlt tulcliln In Madrid,
mid .Iiidis Iscarlot turns oicr In his grave
and "kicks" Hint such n innn mint be ad
inlttrd to bis set.
Wi: irui Mr. Jlurrlsuu Is a Mugwump.
Ho lins liecu In uftico tun whole dajs nud
lids nut tumid n single rascal out.
How TUINTIM1H lint sun CIIII1M out,
now Hint the occasion for his nppenrauce Is
nut so jrrrat ns It vas Monday.
what Tin: i'ui:siih:mt haw.
What did tho President see,
When ho mndo his great addrcs?
hy, only 'twlt mi and me,
If tho President would confer
A widespread mnsi of faces,
Mouths open and shouting loud,
A countenance without graces,
Tho one big fsco of a crowd,
A huge, composite face,
A face that was full of ilm,
Stiong phiz of n sturdy raco
Was tho ono that greeted him.
And that, 'twltt you and me,
Was all that the man could see.
Four men coino a running when a West
Virginian at tho State Capital remarks,
"Say, Governor, Won't jou Join me J
Tills Is tho first pocin, catilnot sle, which
has cmaflHtcd from the Harrison school :
I um not as tho others nie,
Who till this Cabinet,
And by their Scrvlcu hope to p.iy
A statesman's part) debt.
Look on their faces, then on mine,
(laze at us well and lo
There arc no whiskers on my fncif
Through which the wind wry blow,
The hth Congiess closed Its career Mon
day, and thero are those who say It was a
I, of a Congress.
TUC riltOU.Nll 1IIKI IILOIIICTII.
if I weieGrcely,
As I am the flround Hog,
1 would dump injsclf
Into tbo soup
1 could not look upon the
Soft blue sky
Which bends to-day above the earth
And think that only two dajs gone
I had a grim gray blanket
Spread out upon Hie air
When bluo was at a
(lad zooks, but It was tough !
" Aud even In my hole,
I bad to roost close to the roof I
1 told them so!
I told them sol
Hut Orccly's speech was heard
And mine fell llat,
For Circcl) Is aScleutiflc man ,
And (5 round Hogs are in
Hl-rcputc, It eeemsl
I am content!
I am not Oreelj'i
but I get thero all the same,
Width Orecly doesn't,
And that is where
I have tho hulgo on him!
I am a Grouuglfog,
And In uchdays ns wo have had
To bo a Orouud Hog
Is greater than an ncol
Hushed bu the sound of tripping fool,
Stilled be tho strains of music sw cct,
The merry laughter, giddy whirl,
The rhapsodies of jonth and girl,
Tho great receptions' rush and roar
When thousands tread the stialulng floor,
Tlia whirl of wkcols by day and night,
Tho wild combine of sound nnd sight
And In their stead bring sweet surcease,
A sense of silence, rest and peace,
A calm .repose, au hour of prayer,
When Lent brings to (ho pious fair,
Tho open doors of chapels, where
They may go In to gossip theio.
llio I'litiirii American llmplru.
Queen Victoria, hi her speech at the open
ing of Parliament, said; "I have consented
to take part In u conference with (lerniauy
and America, ut llerllu, upou tlioSamoan
question." Hero Is a curious cvamplo of
tho complete surrender whli.li has been
roado to this country of the word America.
It Is now applied by tho pcoplo of other
nations only to tho great union of American
States. To bo an American, therefore, ono
must bo a citizen of tho most powerful ro
public that oor existed No ono over
thinks of calling a resident of Canada or
Mexico an American. The pcoplo of tho
United States, by their aehlovemeuts, have
made themsches stand for the cutlie con
tinent. Perhaps this Is an uneoiiscloiw ad
mission on the part of tho rest of tho world
that It Is the manifest destiny of this coun
try to uilcall tho territory, from the polo
to tho Isthmus aud from ocean to ocean,
.Mud Willi V.nvy.
(Milwaukee Hentlnel )
Congrats has voted nn appropriation that
will give to Chlengo the most costly, tho
largest, tho most doleful and fur-reaclilug
fog-horn that the dovlllsh Ingenuity of man
lan construct Chicago Is tuba congratu
lated, bicailbo noise Is the god of Chicago
Idolatry. Noise and bigness screaming
whistles, rattling- lahlo-llucs, bucket-shop
jells, fourteen-story buildings, and other
noisy and big things are tho auditory and
ocular evidences that Chicago Is anake and
teaiing, Pcoplo who don't Hko noises,
who havo prejudices against being crushed
hy the fall of fourtecn-6tory buildings, do
not go to Chicago to live. The people who
do live In Chicago will take a mad pleasure
In lieailnft tho new fog-horn tear Its biazcu
throat under a full heud of stoam.
Maggie Mitchell, tho actrc9,'ls now seek
ing a divorce, If marriage among other
classes woro what It is among the people of
tho stage it would be tho most dismal and
thorough fafjuro on record.
THE TOWN'S PHOTOGRAPH.
C'olontl Tom Ochiltree Is going around
now with his leg In a sllmr, and Harry
Walker of the New York Jlcrtilil has gono
bark homo with a bad cao of nervous
shock and n skinned thumb. They got It
Sunday night by calling a cab at Chaiubcr
Hii's aud starting for the Capitol, 'I ho
cabman hid been Inaugurating, nnd was
fuller of booze than a Sunday paper Is of
"Want nils." He stnrtcd oh with his
"precious lond of human freight" at an
Illegal rate of speed that made the Colonel's
hair pale aud paralyzed the' moral senti
ment of Walker. All went well, however,
until tho Avenue was reached, aud then
woes began to thicken, and so did oilier
vehicles. Tho vehicles escaped, but a post
Jutjio cuili near the National Theatro was
less fortunate, and tho call struck It, Tho
dilvcr left his scat and flew out Into the
damp, dark atmosphere, follow oil closely
by the dash-lion rd and forcastle of tho cab,
Tbo Colonel and Walker held fast to the
wreck and tho Colonel had his shin badly
barked while Walker's nervous system Was
drairged almost out of him bodily, Tho
horse was not disturbed, from which It may
bo Inferred that ho had had experience In
stopping that way. What became of tho
drhcr was never known, although It Is be
lieved that his body-will bo picked out of
the debrtii at tho station-house In spring
Among other war-worn relics, cist up
with tho lata Inflowing tide f visitors, was
n hale, old veteran connected with the
Third Connecticut Itegutars hi tho cipaclty
"Chapplo," thelioys called him, and It
was evident In even the most unobservant
visitors to their quartets, that though tho
boys might at times borough mid wild, yet
deep In their hearts was n warm and nf
feetlonnto regard f6"r their vcncrablo chap
lain. History has been forming rapidly
during the life of this aged man, Way
back In tho forties ho v otcd for tho grand
father of tho President of lo-day( nnd again
last fall ho cast his ballot proudly for tho
grandson of tho man ho had helped to elect
nearly fifty years ago. Ho was at tho front
with his regiment through tho whole long
struggle of tho civil war, and many nro
tho stories of escapado In camp and field
which he delights In retailing to his friends.
It has been years slnco ho saw Washington
beforo aud his evident dollght at tho renew
ing of old scenes was childlike In Its In
tensity. Tho prospect of sleeping on a cot
In a crowded hall seemed also to (111 him
with unalloyed delight, and ho went around
on the night of his arrival taking In his sur
roundings with tho bright eyes aud eager
air of a boy, now and then passing thq tips
of his fingers caressingly over ono of tho
rough gray blankets, as if they recalled tho
lucmoryof a pleasant by-gono time. When
at labt the tlmo comes for tho chaplain to
take that Journey nn which none can
accompany him, lie .will leave a vacmt
plnco In the hearts of tho regiment that a
younger and newer mail can never All.
Tbo hearty old mau was Kldcr N. T. Allen
of (liotou, Conn.
Here Is a bit of curious gossip fiom an
exchange: Tho old politicians of 'tho Ito
publlcau party of the South nro coining to
the suiface. One of them, Wlllard Warner
of Alabama, was In town yesterday, as
well-kept and gracious In his way as ho was
twenty years' ago, when ho was United
States Senator from that State. He was a
successful politician In (ho rife days after
the war, nnd shared with Senator Qeorgo
E. Spencer tho control of much of the Fed
eral patronage In several of tho Southern
States besides his ow n. lie Is an Ohio mau,
and, of course, w lieu he was retired from the
Senate ho did not lose his hold on official
life. He was mado Collector of tho port of
Mobile, and remained thero until his party
went out of power. Senator Warner was a
popular mau with the leaders in Washing
ton during his term In tho Senate, aud as
ho has Just entered his sixties, ho Is youngc
enougu ycc io nope lor auu worn ior somo
comfortable placo under the now Adminis
tration. This Is the (list day of Lent, and, It you
want to Impart seasonable Information to
your friends, jou may tell them that Leut
Is an Anglo Saxon derivative from "lenct,"
meaning length, and March was "lenat
monat," length month, so called because of
rapidly lengthening days.
"This Is the dad bUtnedest, doggonedest,
loncsomcst town for a Democrat I ever
saw," remarked Colonel Nick bell, Superin
tendent of Foreign Malls, pnd ho passed on
to tho water cooler au4, drank a deep
Colonel O. 0. Stcnloy, the statesmanlike
and nhlo correspondent of tho Courier
Journal, has a little daughter who Is quite
Inlovowlththo Hon. Phil, 1), Thompson of
Kentucky and calls him her sweetheart.
Tho latest expueelou other affection has
taken the shape of poetry and tho other day
"Little Phil," received tho following poem,
written In tho quaint capitals of a child's
first effort. The peculiar relation of the
title to tho poem will he noticed:
Tim iNoUtirs TAI.KISO.
Cried the little magpie,
As It settled Itself on a tree;
I've had no food,
And I'm in a sad mood
Without a bite to-day.
Cried the lmuib(-l)i.i,
As It settled Itself on a flower;
1'vohad plenty to cat;
I must rent my feet
At home in my bed tor an hour,
From Fronie Stcoley,
MATTER WORTH READING.
An Inciting MnrrlnBo Coroiiuiny.
A rather exciting tnairlngo took place
Saturday afternoon at tho Wonderland Mu
seum, Memphis. Tho groom was Wnu
(Julnii, tho lecturer of tho museum, and
tho bride, Vcnlo Cavalier, one of tho Al
binos on exhibition, 'lho affair was c i
tlrcly unexpected to the goodly company
of freaks and cmplojccs, and there was n
great commotion when a- Justice of ,lho
Peace appeared In tho placo and called up
tho loving pair. John Cavalier, also an
All Ino, and a brother of tho brido, rushed
forward and forbado the banns. "Stand
back," said tho Justice, "and do not como
between those whom tho law would Join."
Nothing daunted, tho brother grabbed
lho bridegroom by the collar, and tho
gmom grasped him by tho hair. They
wiltzcd around tho hall In a hostllo cm
1 race, the brido clinging to her chocn and
lho Justlco following In n trot, repealing
tho formula required bylaw. Hy tho tlmo
the circuit of the room was completed tho
Justlco announced that tho twain were
.man and wife, nnd then sailed In and sep
arated tho Irate Husband and brother, Tho
ncwlj'-mnrrlcd couple left tho hall undor
tho protection of tho law. Tho brother
sw cars vengcanco on his now relative. .
Tho Wnys or ThleVcs.
Manythlovcs ply their business almost
exclusively at funerals. Thoy como In at
the front door, explains a New York de
tective, with the clergy, lho bearers, or any
respect ablo pcoplo with whom thoy
may fall In. "Onco Instdo the door tho
wholo houso and ovcrythlng In It nro at tho
mercy of their clover and industrious
fingers. It is an easy matter for ono of
Ihem to slip up stairs and rtfto tho chain
Lers whllo Die solemn services nro In pro
gress. Servants arc easily persuaded that
ho is only tho undertaker's man, and no
body else would havo sufficient assurance
or cause of suspicion to Intercept htm.
Theu, the crowded drawing-room or hall
offers ttio adept pickpocket a tempting
Use charcoal to broil with; tho llaincs
closo tho pores quickly and make tho meat
Cnko Is baked when n flue splinter of
wood will pass through without any of lho
cako adhering, and not until then.
Salt will curdle now milk; henco In pro
paring milk porridge, gravies, etc., the
salt should not bo added until tho dish Is
Many a cake aud batch of bread aro
mined by slamming the oven door. A
maker of celebrated sponge cako will not
allow anyone to touch tho stovo or walk
heavily across tho kitchen floor while tho
sensitive compound Is baking.
For spiced beef get about thrco pounds
tf beet off the round nud boll until very
tender. Then tako out of the water, chop
very fine, and season to taste. Put In a
tablcspoonful each of ground cloves, all
spice and cinnamon. Mix well and pack
In a iqunro tin. Tako the water It hai
been boiled In and let It boll down to about
two-t'ulrds of a cupful; salt and pepper a
Utile and pour over tho meat. Lot It got
Tholtallau cooks havo a wayof'uslng
up bits of liver, pork, ham or bacon by
cooking them with a smooth mush made of
salted water and Indian meal, putting in a
layer of mush aud then tho meat, anil cov
ering again with mush and baking nil for
half au hour. It Is served hot with a rich
gravy made from the stock pot and thick
ened with flour. This dlsli Is called "po
lenta," and Is considered a very eplcureaii
In making fish cakes take two pounds
of salt codfish and put on tbo back of the
etovo with enough water to well cover It,
and let It soak for at least thrco or four
bonis. Then take tho fish and pick It Up
flue. Peel two quarts of potatoes aud put
on to cook in boiling water, and sprinkle
the tleh over tho potatoes and boll for half
nn hour. When done take up In a pan and
break two eggs over It and mix and mash
thoroughly. Mako up In flat cakes and fry
In hot lard until very brown.
Tea biscuit may be mado 'of ono quart
flour, thrco tcaspoonfuls baking powder,
ono tcaspoonful salt, ono tablospoouful
bolter, ono pint milk. Sift thq flour and
baking powder together In a mixing bovVl;
add salt, butter and lastly tho milk! mix
thoroughly and quickly with tho bands
Into a soft dough, Tho more quickly this
Is doiiQ the lighter the biscuit will be. Flour
the bauds, break off bits of the dough the
size you wish, and quickly roll Into any
shape. Rake in a quick oven twenty min
utes. If you have never tried broiled rashers of
salt pork not bacon lo so 'now. Cut
somo very thin slices and soak them in cold
milk over night. Next morning vvlpo them
dry, lay on a hot grid Iron and broil on both
sides. Serve with stewed potatoes nnd
corn dodgers. It may also be fried, roll
lug tho slices In flour and frj lug In a little
hot fat made by -trying out On-) or two
slices of the pork. Mako a cream gravy as
follows: Pour out from the pan all excjpt
about a gill of the gravy; stir In a heaping
tablespoonful of flour aud when It Is
smoothly mixed stir In gradually a pint of
hot milk that In which tho pork was
soaked season with pepper aud mtneed
parsley, aud,iioryo with baked potatoes.
Alice Chittenden In Country Gentleman.
roi:s to Mr.i.ANciioi.Y.
Dressmakers ara of peeesslty puopjo of
miuli bins. Merchant Travelled
When Is a lady's hair like a defeated
pugilist? When It Is done up. lluillng-
ton Free Fiess.
Fish havo some discomforts, but they
manage to escape the annoyance of being
called "too fresh." Iloston (Hobo.
Tho dctcctlvo who tried to arrest a phono
graph for uttcrlnc counterfeit uotcs rather
exceeded his authority, Terro Hauto Ex
press. When a pretty girl turns her head to look
at a joungmanon tlo street it Is almost
sum to turn his head completely, Illng
The ono cent per head duty on foreign
cabbages will not prevent some of the
European visitors from writing books on
this cuuntry. Baltimore American.
Marriage bus always boon a lottery. In
ancient times ut wife was selected by
Sllcuco Is said to he tho w It of fools; but
thoy do not alvv ays have it vv 1th t hem. New
Pattl sajs plenty of sleop Is the secret of
preserving ono's beautj The Idled girl
believes this. Iloston Courier.
Nover try to sell a wedding present It
jou wish to preserve your coiifldeuco In
human nature, Jeweler's Weekly,
A Zaiulbar dispatch says the Arabs aro
lent on revenge, Thoy should bo straight
ened out, Pittsburg Chronicle,
lho camel Is Bald to havo tevon stomachs.
lie must feel llko a walking beehive full
of mad bees If he ever has tho colic Uur
llugtou Fieo Press,
flood for it Still ter.
It Is estimated that during j ester
day tbo President shook hands with 8,000
pioplo And reviewed nearly as many more
Ho was on his feet from 10 o'clock to H.SQ
with the exception of tho Intervals moil-)
tloned and another of fifteen minutes, (u
which he signed some papers,
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Mls Jf-sslo Phillips of Atlanta Is visiting
her relatives In this city.
On Trldnys during Lent Mrs, Albert A.
Wilson will bo at home Informally.
Dr. aud Mis. N. S. Lincoln havo ns their
gin Ms cx-MarshM Clajton McMlchaol and
Senators Palmer and Stockbrldgo ontor
talucd a number of gentlemen nt dinner
Mr. Walter P. Phillips and Mr. Albert C.
Phillips of Now York aro guests of Mr. P,
Professor and Mrs. 1'mmons aro at their
H-ttrect home, having returnod from their
Edmund Wlmcr of Ilnrrlsburg, Pa.) was
one of thoso who viewed the ceremonies
through tho mist aud rain.
Miss Delia Campbell of Texas Is a blonde,
with bluo eyes aud nn enchanting smile,
which Is simply Irresistible
Miss Xadlco S. Thomas of Baltimore U n
dmlded brunette, with an elegant figure,
and Is exceptionally graceful.
Colonel Spcnco Wallace of Ohio Is In tho
city as a llcpublldnn lo sco that Mr. llar
rlsou was properly put In. IIo"saw,-
MIssVlrgle Faust of WcstVIrglulals a
brunette, with largo browu eyes, a pretty
figure and exceptionally charming man
ners. Mrs. William Cullcn Brewster and Miss
Drew sttr will hold their last formal recep
tion of tho season nt tho Richmond on
Mrs. Charles Hartwell Cragcn,, assisted
by her guest, Miss doodlinc of Cincinnati,
will bu At homo to callers to-morrow
Miss N. McrrcUof Philadelphia, who for
tho. past ten days has been tho guest of her
brother, Dr. Barbarcn, returned to hcrhomo
Mr. D.Q. .Mills, Miss Mills, Mrs. James
Covert aud Miss Harriet Howe, all ot Al
bany, N. Y., aro tho guests of' General and
Mr. Charles V. Fllson of Stcnbcnvlllc, O.,
Is In tho city doing the Inauguration. Mr,
Fllson Is a young artist whose pencil Is des
tined to mako him famous.
MIm Maggie Ryan, after u delightful
whiter spent with relatives in Atlanta, re
lumed to her home last Wednesday, to the
regret of her many friends.
A reception was tendered Inst night to
(lovcrnor Flfcr and all tho Illinois pcoplo
in the city by Major J. W. Pcjwcll and wife
nt their home, 1)10 M street.
A pleasant and largely-attended recep
tion was given yesterday hy Goiiernl and
Mrs. William Henry BrownO In honor of
their guest, Mrs. Banks of Albany.
The niece of Mrs. Don Dickinson, Miss
Trow brldgo, who has mado such a favor
able Impression In society this season, left
to-day to visit friends In Canada.
Miss Carrie Frcret, daughter of Supervis
ing Aithltcct Frcret, is a decided brunette,
with coal-black eyes and a pctlto figure.
She Is exceedingly bright and a general fa
vorite. To-day Is Ash Wednesday, aud most of
tho houses that havo been the scene of gay
festivities will dose tho front door and
place a crtrd In the window with thlri In
scription: "Not at home." The majority
of tho society ladles will hall with delight
. tho forty days of rest that commenco with
Miss Mary Agnes Quay, daughter pf
Senator Quay, In n perfect Irish type of
beauty, with dark hair, blue oycs,and a
matchlosn qolor In her cheeks, from which
one might, think she Jived ,ou "roses sopp'd
In sliver dew." Bho is of medium height,
but rather, slender, and as much of a
favorite with her ovru sex as she Is wth its
Miss Bessie Datzcll, daughter of Con
gressman Dalzcll of Pennsylvania, ! a
blonde, wllli blue eyes, a remarkably intel
lectual face, with features which look-as If
they have been cut out of marble, and her
coloring rivals the "pale pearly pink of; the
sea-shells," Sho Is ot medium height, and
has a peculiarly fascinating maunor which
captivates all who meet her.
Couutcss de Folarduformcrly SIlss Nina
Baohcllor ot Kentucky, Is a blonde, with,
deep bluo eyes, whoso beauty Is expressed
so well by Moore:
"Ob, whore's the heart so wise
Could, unbcwlldercd, meet those matchless
Quick, restless, strange, but exquisite
Llko thoso of angels."
She has a llnely.proportloncd figure,
which tho dresses with exquisite taste.
She h lu character a ."most womanly
I hear that Mrs. Daniel Manning will,
upon her return from Europe, reopen ber
houso and. present her daughter in society!
Wo shall theu have Mrs. Cleveland, Mrs.
Lauiontj Mrs, Falrchlld aud Mrs. Manutng
to add to the list of distinguished women
who mako their homo here. Mrs. Fair
child, who la n nlcco. of. tho Into Governor
Sejmour, will continue here the social
tnumphs which havo distinguished her so
journ frt Washington, and all Of these fair
ornaments of Mr. Cleveland's Admlnlalra
flonlrlll meet with a hearty welcome In
New York.-New York Star.
A worthy companion piece to tho llttlo
girl's portrait on the othei stdo of tho room
Is that of Master Frank Matthews of Wash
ington, I). C, n sturdy joiingsler about 3
years old, -Jto is sifting with his bare legs,
crossed, dressed lu a flannel uudersult,
and as dignified and erect as a trooper in
his saddle. "At tho exposition In Atlanta,"
said Mr. Field, tho arUst, "I was given first
prUo on that pprtralt of Mr. Don Bain.
The Judges balloted llvo times to declilo
which was best that or Jlr. M. C. Riser's
portrait. I carried both pictures to tho
Macon fair, and was awarded first prize
there on tho other picture tho one of
.Major Kibcr." Atlanta Constitution.
i.iri5 tai.i: jii:uuii.v told,
A llttlo girl
A social whirl,
And she's a woman,
A little whllo,
A L'lance, a snillu
How very human, '
A man will bring
A dainty ring;
Their troth Is plighted.
A mamma's tear,
A trousseau dear,
A little llat,
A turn at that,
A llttlo whirl,
A little glrl-r-
'1 he story's ended.
Tor lluiuii liiiliintry Kvtiry Time.
The London papers recently published
tho silly story that a syndicate of American
politicians vveio going to put &!OU,oaUln
Canada so as to control -the noxt Parlia
mentary election aud get members lu that
hotly who favored annexation Tho story
crcatid sonu thing of a sensation, butlt was
too foolish to secure much attention. 'Our
politicians nre rich, but they need nil tholr
funds for use lu homo elections.
The PUuilmT) l'iop;iois,
vl'lilladcllilila. Timos 1
Monday, patriotism; Tuesday, patriotism
aud the oulccu; Wednesday, the offices.
Thero Is love on tho mountains as well as
in the valleys, and that lovo nets In exactly
the same channels, Ono afternoon, ns I was
approaching a mountain hamlet called
"Herkimer's," I met a young man of aliout
0, who, as T soon found, had been waiting
my coming, Ho w as a typical young moun
taineer, but he seemed so embarrassed and
flustratcd that I almost becamo suspicious
of lilm. Ho finally asked mo to sit down on
a rock by tho roadside, nnd when wo wero
down ho said: .
"Stranger, I reckon jou 'mi Is to stop lu
"You'll go to Bailey's, In course. They
hain't nobody else got a spar1 bed fur
"Yes, I was told to go lo Bailey's."
"Th6y un Is ixpcctln' you 'un, and you
'un will bo treated handsome."
Ho moved around nervously, got up and
sat down, and when I asked If ho had
cramps or toothache, he blurted out:
"Stranger, I want to ax a plain question.
You 'un won't bo mad f"
"Uov you 'un cum courtlu' J"
"Bless you, no I What put such un Idea
Into your head?"
"Dunno. Ever hear of Bottle Bailey?"
"No I Why, I thought ovorybody had.
She's 'lasses. '.Nobody else can com
pare." ''Ah 1 I sco 1 You love her and was
afraid I'd come to cut you out. Case of
"Stranger, be jou 'un inar'd?" ho sol
"Yes, for the last hundred years. Mar
ried and a grandfather. Even if I fell In
lovowltli tho" fair Betty I cquldn't marry
"Serious as the grave, my boy. Don't
you worry over md. Indeed, If It comes
handy I'll put In a good word for1 you."
"You 'un will cblttcr-(talk) forme?"
We shook, and then ho stood up, scratched
Ills' head, looked all around, and finally
lowered hlerolco and said:
"Jim Burton ar' arter her, tool Dog
gone him, but ho 'lows to cut ine out!" ,
"Oh-hol Then you havo a rival? What
sort of a fellow Is Jim"
"Got ten acres, a cabin, a gun, two dogs,
and ho 'un sajs ho'll hov n mulo this fall."
"And what have J'ou got?"
"Moro'n ho un, bill bo's purty to hoot."
"I see. Well, you appeal-to bo a good
hearted, young man, nnd If I can givo you a
lift I'm bound to do It. Don't, ooiint too
much on me, hawover. Women are etrauga
creatures. I may even hurt jour case by
Wo shook hands and separated, and in
due time I reached Bailey's house aud was
cordially welcomed. I found Betty to bo a
pretty good-looking girl of 18 or 10, un
usually talkative and Intelligent, but wo
had scarcely eaten supper when a boy camo
in and said that a man wanted to sco me?
over at the store. At tho gate I encoun
tered a joung man who introduced hlmsolf
as Jim Burton and added:
"Straiigor, would you 'un mind footing
Ha bit for mo?"
"Ob, no. I wanted to smoke, anyhow.
Havo a cigar? You havo something on
your mind you want to speak about."
"I I hov," he replied, "fiwlno to stop
long nt Bailey's?"
"Cum to sco see Bailey ?"
"Didn't cum to-to "
"To see Betty? Oil, no. Let's see.
You must be the young man who is court
higher?" "Crlcky I But I am 1" ho exclaimed, us
ho clicked his heels together.
"Well, she's a nice, tidy girl, and will
mako yon a good wlfo. How soon docs tho
marriage oomo oft?'1
"Crlcky But I wish It was to-morrcrl"
"Is any ono else loving ber?"
"Ono more doggone his oarlocks! If
that ar Tom Wharton don't- kcephlssolf
away, I'll shuto him!"
I promised to speak a good word for him
and went back to tho house', and hardly
had Mrs Bailey mid I got seated for a
' smoke, when sho called:
"You tkar, Bet? Cum j ere!"
"What is it, -mam?"
"Thar's bin ton much fussing. I'm,
1 goln' to ask the stranger which 'nn, ' Will
Betty blushed, and fidgeted aud the
"I don't bollevo In fueling. When I w,is
axed If I would marry pop I said 'yes' right
off, and thar wasn't no fussing. Bet has, to
serious somebody. What d'ye think,
"Is she loved by two young men !'
"She aro. Kept up n fussing ho'io fur a
bull jcar aud hain't eald 'yes' to either
"But how do I know," protested tho girl.
"How do jou kuow that oxen hov horns?
Is one as good as t'other ?"
"Stranger, advise her. Bet's a good girl
and will make some man a good wife, but
thar's too much funning, I can't Just put
up with it no mo', Bet, will jo abide?"
r' You'll hov to, Hn huuvvs. He's cum
all The way from tho No'tlij and of courso
ho knows. What's ho'uu hero fur Ir he
"Well, I'll nblde."
I w ad trying to avoid tho Usuo when n
rap camo at tho door, and In walKcd a
man of ubout'DJ. Ho was a talr-looklng
man, and lived about ten miles away.
Bailey camo fu Just then, and was called
out doors by tho new arrival for a con
sultation lasting about ten minutes. Thoji
tho mother was called out, and upon her
return sho took Betty Into another room.
Then tho men camo In, and pretty soou
Bailey, his wife aud myself had tho
kitchen, while Betty aud H)u stranger had
"He's a uldqvvor from the noxt cuvo,"
explained Mrs Bailey. "Wants to be
hitched again. 'Wants our Hot, What d'ye
think, 6truiger ?"
"That would settle tbo fiublug,"
"'Deed It would, It's got so pap and
mo can't stand It. Ills name Is UlllStnvlu
and bo's worth a heap, What d'jo think,
"I like tho Idea, If Betty marries one of
tho young men some ono will get shot.
Bettor glvo 'tm both the slip."
"That's It I Too much fusslug. Wo
can't staudlt no mo',"
Noxt morning at breakfast the mother
Inquired of Betty, as she pouted the
"Will jo abide or not? Tho stranger
knows what Bill was j cm fur?
"lteekon It's too late," was tho blushlilg
"I'o abided to Hill."
"Is the day sot?"
"Ibauk tho Lord I The fussing Is all
over I JUt what tho stranger was going to
say.' Ho knows. He wouldn't bu way
downyeru If he didn't. Pup, jou ax an
extra blesMu' this meal, and stranger, don't
fear that bacon, It's tomo ot my ovrn
eJitt.'"- M. Quad iu Detroit Free Picss,
IlEcnicu'ft bottled Maczcru beer
phono call, IKH-y,
or1 roit smv vault.
Ilotmrttire or thn Kx-rrrslilent mid
Mr. Clnvebmil Tills Mnrnllipr.
Tho prlvato carriage of ox-Socrctarv Fair
child drovo up to (he Baltimore and Ohio
Depot about 10:10 this morning, and ox
President Cleveland, Mrs. Clovcland and
Mr, Falrchlld nnd .Mrs, Folsom alighted
from It. Thoy wcro met at tbo curb by
Marshal Wilson, nnd, together with Colonel
nnd Mrs. Lamont and Mr. and Mrs. Don
M. Dickinson, who arrived at tho samo
time, descended tho steps and entered the
depot. Here a largo number of friends and
acquaintances hnd assembled to bid them
goad-by, but passing through the crowd
tho party entered tho special train whlcli
awaited them and held n farewell levee.
Mrs. Cloveland was dressed In a simple
traveling costume of dark cloth with a ma
roon coat, and looked her loveliest.
Friends crowded through tho car, bidding
farewell, and many of the ladles wcro
visibly affected to tears, whllo occasionally
Mrs, Cleveland's voice w ould falter a little,
but she kept up remarkably well. Among
those who woro thero was ox-Sccrctary
Vilas, Mr. Don M. Dickinson, Mr. Shanulo
Garland, Mr. Alexander Gregcr of tho Rus
sian Legation and many ladles. A few
mlnutts beforo 11 o'clock engine 735 backed
up and coupled on to the train, and at 11
o'clock sharp the clang of tho train
dispatcher's gong gave the signal, grizzled
George lllcrly, a veteran engineer of the
road, pulled the throttle, and the train
glided swiftly" out of tho station, bound for
New York, Mrs. Cleveland standing In the
door of the car waving her handkerchief,
and Mr. Cleveland by her sldo with his hat
In his hand, whllo tho crowd hecred aud
Besides Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland tho
party In tho train consisted of Colonel and
Mrs. Lamont and tho children, Mrs. Dick
inson and Mrs. Folsom. Tbo train was
made up of three coaches, the Pullman
palace car Gcrnldlnc, Vice-President Lord's
private carand a handsomo day coach be
tween those two and the engine
Tho train Is In chnrgo of Conductor
Charley Roberts, with Gcorgo BIcrly In tho
cab and Superintendent Fitzgerald and
Trainmaster Roberts aboard to see that all
goes well. The train will run as a special
and will not enter Camilpn Station at Halt!
more, but go direct to Locust Point to
transfer across tho hnrbor,
Tho pcoplo of Baltimore had Invited tho
party to stop off at that city nnd receive an
ovation, but Mr. Clovcland declined. Nn
public demonstration will be permitted
upon their arrival In New York, either. X2
Everything Is In readiness at tho Victoria
Hotel for the arrival of ox-Prcsldont Clovo
land and his party. The suite of rooms
which they will occupy at tho Victoria Is
No. 110. It consists of five rooms, a parlor,
library, dlnldg-room and two bedrooms.
They aro located on the second floor of the
Fifth nvcnuo and Twenty-seventh street
corner, and aro tho apartments Which have
always been occupied by tho cx-Prceldent
durtns his visits to Now York city while lu
Willi tho ex-Prcsldcnt wero Colonel Dan.
Lamont. his wifo and baby and a maid.
They will also stay for a whllo at tho Vic
toria, and will occupy sulto 310, ou tho
fourth floor, on the Fifth nvcnuo side, con
sisting of a parlor and three bedrooms.
TIIK NEXT GHAND JUItY.
C'liiniilotlnK the Orgnnlznttou for tbo
The organization ot tho Criminal Court
Juries was taken up lu the Criminal Court
this morning. W. C. Hilt aud E. L. Dent,
summoned as grand Jurors, wcro excused,
A full panel had then been outlined nnd
they wero sworn. Judgo Montgomery
stated that applications to bo exensod woro'
co'numcrous that ho was compelled to re
fuse them. The duties of grand Jurors wcro
not onerous. Although twenty-thrco are
summoned only sixteen lire required for a
quorum and the foreman could, therefore,
excuse seven of them every dayv Samuel
C. Palmer was sworn lu as tho foreman and
the Court Instructed them as to their
The members of the grand Jury are:
Samuel C. Palmer, George F. Atkins,
Joseph M. Whcatloy, Johu Calvin, Gcorgo
F. Auld, Angus Lamond, Joseph F. Lucas,
H-A. Sellgson, Edward Dean, W. A. Ward,
AV. J. McDennott, John A. Prcscott, Fran
cis McCrlswell, Georgo- Trucsdcll, Jamos
Gourlcy, Charles Smiley. Thomas K. Ja
cobs, E. W. Rollins, E. L. Dent, J. Eaklu
Gadsby, Benjamin Llhbcy, Fraticts Mlllqr
and W. II. Scldcn.
Among thoe' called to servo as tiotlt
Iurors was ono of tho employes ot the
farmers' nnd Mechanics' Bank, a circum
stance tnat happens at almost ovcry now
term of court. Judge Montgomery an
nounced that he would tryto Inconveulcnco
thoso who served as llttlo as posstblo, that
he had made tho best disposition of tbo
matter that he 'could under the clrcum,
TIIK C'OllItT ItKCOKD
Cmouir Couiit, Dtv. 1 Chief Justice
Bingham. Ergood .fc Co, vs. Cox, McMII
leu it Co. vs. Dumler, Duvall vs. Davis,
Bri.cn ve, (joft and Nicholson & Sons vs.
Chappoleai; judgment by default. Bold vs,
II. A. r. It. it, Co; suit discontinued.
Count in (JUNEHAi, Tcilm Justices Hag-,
ncr and James. Charles E. Flster admitted
to thn bar, Walbrldgc vs. Walbrldge; opin
ion, Justice James.
EquiTr Couiit Justice Cox. Hlzervs.
Hlzcr; tcstlmonyordercd taken beforo W.
II. Smith. Holladay vs. Mlddleton; tlmo
to tako tostlmony limited, Hartegan vs,
Kennedy; R. J. Meigs, Jr., appointed Riiar
dlau ail litem. Kurtz vs., Kurtz; auditor's
report confirmed. Madry v at. Madryj title
vested In F. II. Madry, trustee. Hommer-'
slough vs. Bleher; complainants allowed to
tile additional Interrogations.
They Marched Out to llcnnliigs.
The Third Regiment boysof Philadelphia
had declared that thoy wouldn't march In
fiom Benulngs on their arrival, bpt they
did n bout thq samo thing, Thoy marched
out to Benulnga to reach their ears on their
return Said ono of them on their leturn
home: "If jou had scon us walking over
a muddy .country loiuljou would havo
thought wo wanted to get homo. Early in
tho morning wo learned that our cars
could not tio biought Into Washington,
They wcro out about four miles, at a jilncu
called Bcnntngs' Station, aud to reach
them we would havu to tramp through tho
mud. It was raining, too, and tho Job was
not a pleasant ono, but when Colonel lion
iiaffoou put his best foot forward and
struck the mud the bovs didn't kick a bit,
but Just waded lu. Wo reached tho cam
Shortly before noon, and at 13:10 the train
Tho I'liito I'rlntiirs' Victory.
'I he hglshittvo committee of tho Plate
Prlutcis, who havo been fighting the steam
presi-es In tho Bureau of Engraving and
Printing, havo been waimly congratulated
on their victory. It Is true, as Tim Cuitio
stated jesterday, that tho steam presses
havo not been abandoned lu so many words,
hut tho effect of the amendment to the
Sundry Civil bill, which reduces the amount
of royalty to ono cent a thousand impres
sions, It la bcllovid will havo that eirect,
Itcul INtiitv Tinnier.
Thomas A, Mltihcll to Edward II. Booth,
MihlntlM, liberation 11, $1,040.
William II. Wi.ttoJohiiT. West, sublot
81, square 60, Old Georgetown, $10.
JolmT. Wot and wlfo to William II.
Went, biiblot arwpiaro Ilia, $10.
T. P. Schneider to J. II, Davis, sublot
110, square IKS, 13l00,
James MeCuuvlllfltn Pluiiimer P. Lewis,
part of lot Hi, square 1H7, $T,.VK).
'llio AnlM'liltcililtj C'uu tuition.
At the convention opposed to secret
societies, held under the auspices of the
National Christian Association nt Prohibi
tion Hall, this morning, after the devo
tional ecrvkes nnd the reports of a number
of committees, a report was mado upon the
lodge and church relations ot membeisot
Congress aud view s of local clorgynien ou
Tittomn Lighted hy I'.loclilelty.JJ
Tho beautiful and piograsslvo suburb of
TttQuuin Paik Is now lighted by electricity.
Julius It, Chuppoll of Now York has
rimseil' tho arrest of J. W. Eitton. John V.
,luli;oi ,, 1J.V.UIM &miiH")WU, " iiuiii uv
swindling him out of i'JW by
VTEW NATIONAL THEATRE.
MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 P. it
A Vivid rlcturoof rlio rrtuch Revolution
IlyStocloMnckayo, under tho manngomonfc
of Jlr. II, C, Miner, direct from 100 Nights
run In Now York. Tho o2li?lnnl cast, In
cluding Mr. Joseph Haworth nnd Miss CnrrlO
OVF.lt 100 PEOPLE ON THE STAGE.
Two car loads of magnificent Bccncry.
Next wcck-REIIAN'8 Comedy Company lit
A LHAUOII'8 QRAND 0rKnA-lIQUSE.
For ono week Saturday Matinee.
Engagement of Miss
Supported by Mr. Henry E. Abboy's completo
TONIOUT AT 8, ALSO .
Thursday, Friday and at tho Saturday Mati
nee, THE WINTER'S TALE.
Saturday Night, March 9, special performance)
by Miss Anderson,
TUB I.ADY OF LYONS.
Prices, $2, $1,00, SI and "So. according to loca
tion. March 11,
RUDOLPH AHONSON'H OMrjINAL CASINO
ALBAUOII'S GRAND Mo vt WppIsT
OPERA-HOUSE IN CXI VVtJtJrx
HEW YORK CASINO COMIC OPERA CO,
Including all the favorites, Paulino Hall, Ma
rio J onsen, Jennie Weathersby, Francis
Wilson, Charles 1'lunkett, Cfeorgo
Olml, Harry MacUonongh, etc.,
Presenting the latest New York Success,
This opera Is now playing to tho largest
business ever done at the Casino Theatre,
USUAL SCALE OP TRICES.
Box sheet opens Thursday mornbij.
TO NIGHT AT 8.
A CHARMING HAMBMJ
Superb Illustrations of Historic I'liccs,
Curious Scenery and Domestic Life.
March ft and 0, "Holland nnd Belsmra;" II
nnd 12, "111011611011;" 13 und 19, "Florence:" lt
nnd MO, "Rome."
Tho lectures this week nro among the most
popular In .Mr. Stixldard'B repertoire. Only by
prompt buying ot reserved seats In advuncu
can our patrons avoid disappointment.
Admission, CO cents; rcsen cd seats, 73 cents
Now ready for all lectures at J. 1 Rills &
Co.'s, 0J7 Pa. nvo.
HURDITT& NORTH, Mnnigers.
ARRIS' 11IJOU THIUTItn.
Week Commenclnff MnndnvMntlnce. Mmrh t
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday ujul h,iturdav.
Special Inaugural Matinee
Tho acme of humorous efforts realized by
tho grand rendition ot American wit und tal
ent as represented by tho ccccntriocomodlan,
J. B. POLK.
The results nro pronounced tho Elixir of Life)
In Jolly doses, roflned merriment for
the mllllonn In hs successful bourn
h Mixed Pickles. &
"Keep it Dark."
KERNAN'S NEW WASHINGTON THEA
TRE. Eleventh street, south of Pennsylvania nve.
TIT. B, LBRSJITT'S
Grand European Novelties.
Matinees Mon Tues., Thurs. and Sat.
Under the Direction of tho
GAR1TKLD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL,
to bo held at tho
Reiidenco pf RON. LEVI P. MORTON,
lSOOlthodo Island Avenue, Scott Circle,
Thursday Evening, mArch 7, isso.
Tickets to bo obtainable as below:
Mrs.Tullock, Ml 1 str s-e.
Mrs. Staples, Wlllard'4 Hotel,
MrJ, Harrows, 1108 II at.
Mrs. Roll. 133(1 10th nt.
Mrs. Hubbard, 1SW Conn. nvo.
Mrs, MotBcrott,' Tho Woodmont.
Mrs. Hawley, S030 1 st.
Mrs, Tuckor, Calumet Place.
Mrs. Kord Thompson, 801 17th st.
Mrs. Hillings, 3C.7 N St.
Mrs. Rutherford. 1811 Corcoran st,
Mrs, Dolph, 8 Latayctto Square
Miss Dawes, lilt If stv
Mrs. Cockrell, 1518 It at
Mrs. Rurnett, 1770 Massuve.
Mrs. Andcnrcfd, 1027 Vt. nvo.
Tickets for tho rceejntlon, admitting; nvo
and Including supper. Si; season, tickets, ad
mitting two at any time daring tho exhibi
blngle ticket focrcceptlon, supper and ono
season ticket, S3; single entrance tickets,
BOg. (after tho reception evening) or two days
In the week, 85o.
Only a limited number of reception tlokets
will bo Issued,
Afternoon teas cieryaftt moon fiom-tto
0 senedby. lady managers nud joung lady
j'onnsytvnula nvcnuo, near Uth sti oot.
iuumu'm tmiry niiunioon ni z p. in,
.... Every Night.
Admission 10, so und 30 cents.
VISITORS PLEASE READ.
A GREAT COMBINATION EXHIBITION.
PANORAMA RATTLE 01' SIHl.OH
UJTNER'S ROYAL MIDGETS
SECOND WEEK-MONDAY. I'EII 'JO.
Every Afternoon nnd Evening, luoludlng
Sunday. Tho Smallest Human llUucs In tho World,
MISS LUCIA AUA'IE,
Iloin January!!, IfnU: aqtiiiil pioient weight,
41 lbs,, nnd
Hnin JnnoSO, 1SOI; tho smallest nnd most per
fectly formed llttlo man In tho wot Id.
Tho same llttlo people who eio.ttud such a
stiisullun In this city ten yu.irs ago will hold
their ruieptloiiH nt tin) nbovo Pauoiama ot
tho Dnttlo of SMloh 'llio most ten llio Hnt
tloof the lute war. It Is undoubtedly ono of
the most stilkhiRly i (Teeth o winks of nrt
ovrrcoueelM'd or executed bymnit. Life
sIzopalutliiKSof Mnjni (leneial I' tj, Grant,
Generals Polk nnd llinire, Miijor-Oenernl I.
( llui II, Generals. A. lliirlhurt, General V
II. L. Wnllaco, (iunual .lolinstou and u num
ber of other ruinous Boldlora The Two Com
PANORAMA II VITLE OP blllLOIl
UPKNEIfH IIOVAL MlllGRI'H
yoit ONE PUKE OP ADMISSION
Panorama oi in fiom 0 a in to 10 n, in.
MldccU' reception, '! to 8 uftevnoom. 7 toff
exeuliies. N, It -Mix Luila Zuiato's valua
ble dlainoud line will bo prcneiitod to any In
fant, uiioyu old or over, w ho ean wear It.
' ' 4
PEEBLESo DYES zJwur'SnvQamZ
The trial of Robert Slgel, eon of General
I'ranz Ulgcl, for forgery, has beguu at Now
IlEiuiicn's bottled Jlnezern beer. Tele
phone call, tW-l-U.