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TnE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, OCTO&ilV:i8go.
1 5J.Fi L , H' I1 twwsnw ay i i wimmkwWMP ITli Daily Critic . " AlW CArTf At Only Ptmevrtttt thrili Ptp V litktdM Wa4Mfftn AvAimwerroN oittrto cowrMtt, omcl 94 D STRBBT IfAWmramm i urn iimmmj... . .a ifci .rf fMn Bt' HMIlJfliifiost. Ptm wmum nrooawk rt -J " 1 month 9 CMWiht ft tt any. 1 month Address twBCHIn.l0s MS B 8WWi til tTill 1M1I - - - jntotsr Asm nusTojr nBsrr AND I.IK Cltiftht ill the art of cnlrnilt.lot; tin doubtful Northern States with arwj, itM thrttttT winces, and enters a (Kb t tat of the FrM1 sentmttoosl MtfMMfe; hot at denial Is of that peculiar Mod roWMt to men taken by surprise In a maanneM thy expected irouM never be i.tpoosti. He vh sprwoocherl by Lusdsbt, who pro'assjrl to be a philanthropist Inter etfat In the welfare of the negro. Liwdskt wished to find home for a totnber of "downtrodden men of crot." unit Drm by, lieins- also a philanthropist, wm anxious to help in tne laudable effort. That wm nil. lie rtnr thought of polities In connection with Lwmiy't colonisation scheme. 1 leaven forbMI He la not that kind of a man. There can be no reason for surprise, therefere, when It I) an nonared that Dudley Is shocked at the utter wickedness of the UVrW ami de clares the eotottfrstlnn story a silly rb "If," he saye. "the World can stand the rldfeule of the newspaper tewdiaa: Americans, the object of Its nt tsrke might to be nble to stand it " Itnt there are the letters of Lisimky sod of Quay, and IH-di.kt admit thtt he leeetvtd an order from Quay to pay Limmky f 1,000 out of the treasury of the National I'epuWIcan Committee, and be .dote not' deny that l( $1,000 had tieen given by the committee It would have been expended In furtherance of Iokmhy's scheme. It will be seen that IftOLkY'i denial and the facta do not conUt." .lint what are we to think of UUstokt lie has been regarded as a pretty good idtt of a fellow, and the world has per iltttd In believing him to be reason ibly l.uoett. In spile of the fact that he Is a managing Itepubllcan politician of the Indiana school. He also denies the no llilral purpose of Lidky'ii scheme, lib also trganled it aa a philanthropic Mvtmnt. He did not suspect that there was any political purpose in I IXtHuTts desire to send 10.000 N'mh (srnllna negroes to Indiana' "If I IXDKY bod proposal a political i of the kiwi set forth in the says Huotox, 'lt would have been prosnptiy and emphatically sat dejwn upon." .'But, it. Ilurrox. you wrote a let ter to Luumsty, and thU letter was pub Ibbed In the trWWT" '"Well, maybe I did. I can't rsmsn ber. About that time my correspond ence was very large, and I dictated many letters that I have forgotten all afoot." "Yea, of eonrse. We understand that. Mr. Hesvox; but. look here; In the tetter to Limimky you say - 'I myself ant heartily (n favor of It the eolooUi lion scheme, ami at the first oppor tunity will speak to the President about It, Or will, if opportunity woukl offer, talk to Mr. Millkr, though I do not believe he could be induced to feel the same laieieat In it that I do. He has, never taken much intorest in practical polities.' Kow, Mr. Huston . If Mr. laysoilY't schoHM was purely pkllaa th tonic, why did you wy Mim.kh woubl not be Inseresteil in it because he was not a otoetloal noUtleUnr Of course, Mr. Hyerox has nothing to soy. "And. Mr. Ilswrosf, why did you ptoftos-e to Ulk to the Preoidoat about tbe sobtnwt" ."Well, now, realty I dUttotwoaa the ftojtriijt of too United States, My iusssa0 the I'tmlJeat was intended as a reJes eaes to the l'ressdant ofalo ceJ didi io IodUna, of wbkh. I aw a -SaT." ,To aoajrbo wtfl wake such an as, uftsuo sa fljli mil a fjdsekoud so eol jelskfcewksttUM to tl IWU a I d ebsktr .Qvay or DsNVmri List bo ssMt wst Use tosvika-koUU.'. kbJUty of tike fossner not the aoaios of a uoMcol sgnloaisi too gift of aklU ! lilOA. nossiissed aw Use loiter, ilo U Usisojrsot swsnbsig. pill. .. - 1- I SPII ! 0vvmn xiTTW msuu. Yf SKiMSKMI boa. sssctdor lottor lo noes- IVsMllMM ! to the iomsM aass- Aftw Hootlig Use low the gives the ftdlowifg t. tajnf J4toy ot leessoiesi. if b jomobs ey lotioty. gMI irhinji ijnjrrtliMl to wfhoqr irsMia. eiheck. drolls. bia. ut tomirr (acssoas, ot M to a fcttsty ot gilt sod tiMHMet ti4rv mo s on toflbff ot timOv schosne. .sel IsBnWtb. coftftM -f tkosi ha too st oetfvesy of those tsooi t TVoilaMiot f ofisiojoi t sTsti sMsi lessor oint. oVsts " 'istfelMihnifuf tike sntAJ-wsol oenor jjttmt M to) iss ssii.loVo to too saoii us ' f loo VVVisSMSM irf loss set. Hot IU to ssmoeniitoo loot scs lotoet ut ' to Wm oMsotjed so oy fsnawa to Mw tosntoooj of own t4Kw eot tool too sWtonsy i .u,.uJ icuei. ft. too oJtotsjf ....i. t, i. U. elihanM i - u.au MUMtJM baa tesi.ed r rfj A ee t . rueial souls 4 uik 'toi..y4 oiTJ bt ssog' whstostoHpststosl o htoi Umo itsT'tofciiWtoftosj to viutotauo vl the thorn to illise-M 4m fHfep-Mllsf wkttMhtw tnw . MaV otna loOho snnnTnn new ohoae ot oha prflsfotis of this act, be ovimlnH fft the rmpr of nwlsim theit rhrscer. 4 tb trsfllnst rf IMfflSt IWr(fcfil by il I rr fy rMrelrt f WHforf rofll t suits srd thtlr trpteOr ntatltv f m tivnr a thlstb n of the law a b mail If c t f nw-b wistttr by Tottry cvrnpunlee to tfilT crmtowsre n xhet pemon. & Wba It ta known at too time of oVroelttog ttrsm for mailing that petot rntete ot dtfulare ate immailaMe oottor too !vhfce of swtlon iWW, otott dtMtw. the ntmttpr elmnM derllne ha lwlve tfttm. If they be foCkl to r TfttU'BtTj and tlw efer Is nnktwvto to tl poattfcaster, or If they be dfitettt-l to the wall In transit, they should Wo fllMftfjji and marked or KTsmacdJ "ffioJulit" and sent t the fs. 1 aUt Qehctat, orownpsnlod by a tpttlal report ftrpi the pnstmiter t plaining the reason for tbctr tletrntbm. 6. The pmvMons of this, set epo' v to ltti r. prstal ranis and ciirn'ars c in retnlrn i iteiles or slmlUr schemes ih it nm In the malls Irons foreign emm tiles, and such matter so itjtatos.il should ) tttattd a If It originated In the Urikrifttate.- 7. Matter sent In violation of 4M fsfw vlslont of Section JfeOf dfsenterbd Bt rottwasters at intermediate ofllaos'i should be withdrawn from the mftft-aad dtsporeil of in the same manner aa If tt bad been discovered by the postmaster at the rfflce of mailing or the office of tNlhrtj. But piivtmasters at Inter mediate ofllcts h uld not delay the iranMnltsion of other mail In making special search for an) thing declared by Ibis act to bennmsllabie. 8. Newspapers, pamphlets and pub lications of all kinds, bearing dttte tie fore or since September 10, 19W (lit whleh date the wt look effect), which contain the advertisement of any lottery, gift enter ptise or similar scheme, or the whole or part of the list of prises awarded at the drawings of lotteries or similar schemes, are, by the provisions of this act, dental carriage In the malls or delivery to subscribers, addressees or to any other persons, or as "sample copies." I'oslmaMers should refuse to receive them from publishers or to de liver them If by inadvettenco they reach the office of destination. When found by postmasters In the mall In transit they should be held until a report don corning them can be tnade to the Post master General and Instructions re ceived from lilra as to the disposing of them. 0. Foreign newspapers, psmphlete and publications of all kinds contain li g printed matter forbidden by the piivilons of this act should be treated as If tbiy with ptiblltliid In the United Stales. 10. CleiKs in the Hallway Mall Serv Ice, dI(coir1ng matter the carriage of which Is forbidden by the provisions of ibis set. should withdraw aul forward it io itittr ri spective divielou superin tendents. Division superintendents should treat such mattir In the same manner as postmasters are herein In structed to treat it. 11. The term "lottery," as used In this act, embraces all kinds of Mhimes, general or local, for the die trlbutlon of prises by lot or chance, such as ttlft exhibitions', enterprise, concerts, rariU-s, or the drawing of prlxes In money or property at fairs. IUnce ltttcis, poeisl cards and circulars concerning thtui and newspapers, pamphlets awl other pubilcAtlons eon talnlng advertisements of them are un nialleWe. IS. The provisions of section 8949, relating to registered letters, and of sec tion ioll, relating to money orders (both of which Kotloos are set out In full In the. preceding copy of the act), apply to such matter at offices of de livery only, and are to be enforced upon the direct orders of the Post-roaster-General. 13. Postmasters and other postal odl dale and employe are ox peeled to be diligent In carrying out the forego! a? Instruction for the enforcement of the provtskms ot this act. Thk Nkw Yokk World says "Tun Washjnotok Cmc dtes one of Mr, Van.makeks advertlsoBieats as prov ing that he took ti trade advantage of bis official inside knowledge as to the tin schedule of the Tariff bill. Hut Mr. "H'awamakkk being the business man in politic, what else is be there forf DM he not piaster bis shop advortUetneeU over the Pan Anseriean dignitaries pre cisely 'as if they had" been so ntaay barns or OMUOUy feaeett" It nuu to cfBTAlN Btsw HA the Hsttteter of Geoatal Bamipxima. by the Pun tense, lien Govermaeot was dlieetly ds to the interference of Miniate Miskkk. The coouoaoder of tiw Lotted s)toti nl foseos at San Jose at, th Upio WQUht kat'o ao4U too us fortunate nan ample protection had not Minister Mjixjp jtteveuted hit xdo- tef, eaying he would call upon the fftl fofojs V lbir setTlees. wore necstod It jg htoh tiase that Minister Ijiygn nttojtotl' A Natioxal CoAxnox o Jgeruu Wookmkx is boldtog in Kow Totfc. uoo huodrtd sod tnroosy eWogotos, itfteeeotiog thirty ive ttgdos usdooj to uV Uniied Stattt a4 GgtsatU. wo HlBsWittsttU U9VfUkX & VibUh Stapk tooft ftfaMBS uf too two tiiiwtttsl Vff -ssafeisu FiusMcaaTauui. hatljsgsosvs ssoood Use world agoioM Hose, now kjUU il Ifea AmtMmA l atalMi Via owo mou-4 V eWubi U to too wtosW Wstf sMIsaWsl sn ttfifikid CsU IfeS JWlUlfctll lotaaosut Q-.'AitTauui(l too gUKtrUU. dtoa U k Htftuni too otijsv 'Isy He tUsd ttrst tt totetvsis ever stoco. lie vast be ?kstisne. tsiuteo Hitif wtM KistoodHnkstot s-w "sof sgigaSjpistppy ssn oj rsvop''s "" sstsni beaustoa 1sj.ssto firm nnTlllsff 4. Ismoiioat of ii SoAunaoVr tkle "ssssst'""aw, -rsti"sssjsji!s 'eut"'ens"ins"p wnnts cowtood Ueooaotsuo Hyeitod BsriaWsjl fats VstoaWM ioZicsv Mr Miwmu. tnmom of too isiiitooj to. The Asnoticoo kost uuolosoM-oooMOioasttiv fwssiPstf,'FW-iFT' kw V "fF"" tst T9iss',eawjtnB-'"j srtoossdtoilMWtMMat uak uf io tuusr results of the nev Tfstist tU hi too t-uttwg vd loo wastes of a&to tseevci. out the cut is vtuy a Uuk otv W nci YHtk J trtrtfore th- Mg fu f" " ""vl Urihaitn of thfs proreet. d industry ttr to bt- alifogvlhet nscciitithlc Tine, tht y bad a rlshl to blh"ve from ibe wotnh-Mi made y th WepuMtrm rtaden that ifwrnnntnt the JdcKitittv bfll btcame a law watra trmM Jump , nrt down. Ifcey were fciht tbst tbtse whwaHses were as false as rffeW oaths. TTst y would not belw-re, otsd ttosy an rtfdn now tttey fcssvo wstsoj. .ToBAn Hour irttHnpted to eddross a UneleKettc tMotin ot JleowHl, If. 4.. ytetotttny. The police regntdsd this at tonet ton mnefi nf an atrtotrt to fbo -ssere Wd dtgnltt of Ttewoth aod hustled JrtA ont f the hall. They gve M Mk hoof-to which to lent the rtty. m okwaJ sVW Hpwi too nrdet of reosiatl, but ktft to once. Mo of lb h mr was left, ton. m . t Ml ffrf of-tn the lotatHej of the Ctpttiil of too Ttotttory of (tolsv fccma. Wlsteb Is w t Outltvto. kb t ma Cfiy bse roe hw-Htred arased ok tmeto Mtootltifte nowt itm fcogtela turf.. TVey pwstilni to bo store effect ive than were Colonel Htwnt W ttmn to s hundred UVotssond tutorated Keo ItirklotM dntlog too iioattoolsd Preel sWbry to 19TS 11. I'M Cotrirr of Pah has tent a cable rtHpa'ch to frtoods ta Farla, toying he la protosunlly tone bod by tfco wetcoote he hot rrocrvtd In tots couotry. If Hunger Jmt, the buneti hold of him be will be Hill ftnedly "toucked " A WMTTIttt IX TMN lt WOOtt tO hOOW In what way silver dollar ran be out In more general circulation, Orse way Is to spend 'em ae fast as you get 'ens. end get 'em ae fast as you can spend 'em. Tux wt)hk op constructing the tun nel, which Is to ttllHae the vwet water power of 2lagarn for mnnttfaetmiog purposes, was begun last Saturday. It Is better to tunnel than to shoot Xtogarn. A ronMKit law partner of President UAnuifOtf thinks he will hot run for President sgnln. The people iiulte agree wlih I'rcsldent IlAtinitox's . former Jaw partner. I III St ! HOTEL ARRIVALS. .Vfrejiooi. U. Jlaahelmer, New York. Miss Deftfl Hendorsoti, Msllun, Oa.: V. A. lleranhlll ami wIM Atlaeto, (la.; J. N. Birch and wife, .Vtscon, ().; Thorn Kllby, ArmUtoo, Ala. k YoKswof. K. i. Csdwell, Chlesgo; J. H. MoKwin, Hldgvrsy, 1'a . C. 0. Torapkim, filtui, va.i John Dawson aiel Mn, II V. Mouis, Chlcaco; A II. BowiIhi, tWUlcl 1 tiio; Leon SIiqoh, New Tork. MJmnd-I. B. Waterman, Obb: W, T. liajoen. New YorK; It. T. Wletlhsm Alislala; William N. Lvliipaat ami wife. lvLlle, Ala; Jiseph WMOrinan, llills flelphla. irtanr-A. II Simpson, New- Ywk; C R. Lewis, Chicago; Ucorgc Rice, Msrl etta, Ohio: V. II. Smith. New1 Hiven, Wsrlep Johnson and wife, St. tools. 1 JVagt TV. K. Taylor. AsJieTUla. N. C.i H. F. Ds Camp. S. II. Locket, W.J. liott, Xew York; A. K. Kerr, Boston. 8hortKm-. W. A"tklosB. AUanU; Jeff. Cbsndlsr, at. Lbutst Jt. V. Brown smjSvlte, Boston; J. f. Wllltarssoi, Mln aetppils. Irrmaton-Cepha TsjrJor, Pittsburg; A. fi. Krfn, eavsunsh; llev. V. W. (jcnltb, John J. Nsvln ami J. J. Cowe, Jtrsey City; K. II. WIlllsBiMo, Msssllion; 'JUG invuibsrs ot Ibe Young Men's Catholic Convention. ylrno W. K. Sinn and Sirs. Cora Tannsr 81m. Brooklyn, N. Y ; UlllUm U UavIs and Mrs. OltHtted, New York. J'ormtlkilUV. Moore tud F. Da Itosnue, Kltsahetb,N. J.; J. A. OrMBessUe, Vlilu Oejld, H, J E- L. Maxwell, Brooklyn. Jl'WjU-ratrkk Usury, Henrico, Ark.; Sswuel Davit, New York; A. B. Contsr, Boston: Major C. F. Allen, U. S. A.; II. . Nsal, Sidney, Onto; 8. C. llalcb, Terre lisate, Intl. JesW JsAnsu.1 JUmloIph 0. Mangel. Salt LakeChy; I J. SjcbalTer. eeratOfa. I. Y,; O. B. Bayly, Esetne, Wash.; tt.TT. VVIUob, Virginia, It. Q. Cbsse, Boston. rWrse'i-J. M. Hestberton and II. FrtsdfsBder, New York; A. L BeUferJ, Chtosgo. ,.l - -I! . ..., . PERSONAL, illso Ida Hail, a .brilliant Kentucky eirl who ie well known to cultured WBthlngtanUps for ber rare elocutlqa ary powers nnu bw charming personal-' ily, has setUttl for the winter at V,a. 1814 Thlrtcentb street northwest, and will be at borne to, ber friends there on Mondays. Mrs. Ilat baa returned to ber home Jn Kentuojky. The Count of Paris and patty bve engaged a sujjfi of rooms at the Arling ton and will arrive to mor sow afternoon. Queen Victoria dates ts sentries, and all the Kuardipg at Osborne and at Bal moral, and as muck as possible at Wind sor, is done by policemen. Ctell Rhodes, Premier of England's South African colony and king ot the diamond fields, lives, like most pros perous' Englishmen at the Cape, in bachelor's ijuartere at a dub house. He looks focward to playing a big part in EflglUU homo politics yet. The salary of l'sosldasU McLood of the Beading Railroad has been ioetoase i to $40,000 The salary oiChauooeyM. Hofttw as president of too New Yotk pfifciral U lAu.OOO, whioh is too latoost salary paid to any railroad BtosidetU in UiowjnoltL At the banquet of the National Club of Mootteel, Oaaada, locootly, il. Laatier. tlsoloador Of Ike Ltbotal patty, said CsaasTS coooot always retnaU a cotooy Tht tlsao must oojsm whom wo will uk otur ssttoer poskioB to toe world aod for my port I favor BfcUHMCk is one of the largest aavl owoots to Prussia, and he carries oa swjMJilully at Ids various estates too bussnoss of coltk-bfeoding xeeso Ueoising, dietMtog splriu, btewiog aod jlaonssniilsssins! of yeost. Ills cattle nod soojo istouisttos ylehi htoi no atmusl pousfoT p.W to U,W, and the ao BHisU ttt lni iiMsW Ikkjafi VtMsftt bstUtOsMtf, Uhal BUjsftt InMsWlsUlt ttsfM isl ttn X Ckwutl lor'e-Tusviioo, Is about ifW.uuu. BE jtrwnU. ponigwo aod phUe ieptotool value of faa.wuu. sod hie total U cosbc is nos-fu taoti iT3,&80 a year. 'IV Mahsisjsh ltotoeop Ssu. who has recently been osjdoood by the Bsttish Oooerooifeoi and perotUted to return to Kosrlsnri is nosaioojti:lv food otsiioostog, s fortn oj sport in which he bos bsiiis) oy superlurs and but very fosrtqusis. A odd fact hi toot bo I sttttof momt. tail lu the uki days la Kotfatk It uaud to be sa i,i"f4tf sit ho son toll dusky Utile- gentleman squtttoif. m &i and wbirluLr around as- if oayTpvot as he sjiot wlthunorrtog i Mew too piace Wb.cn Ujiff Kivedon euu,-, near Sand B, idj-to iv rsjBok! UoJlafJ d not hsL IvtL kouiSQ utl h. pladoiy bow;U what u. wuuia u if he ily bad Lb puWif lit was j. u.riui u ell too v4d tui.co iiu j-f-wtuunl to poto op a few sikk uu bis estate, and would frtqu cnily uloiu (.uhuUkasuf rage if toy MB a. U LttooUt M.o iMJ n bW 'ou4 CHEAP miM BATHS eaitw-t eii tr-tt m. AttMtir R nr0 WTf ro Tlt fwetow frm Iht Vw frtrt fts. ( til ratta or "calpws' " fates Ur a Tntkl'h snd Russian batb ottsWish-rrn-nt Is rstber a rw enretptttw, rtnt It' Tb oalper" and ticket opeculitor bss bt en known to thmtre-foers and travtb-re r tfco fntlwtdgfot yeH, bi I think t c safely assert that there ore ert five ktnMrtd ptojpfc mt of ifre mil lln and a half no SivpeTinlettdent Potter says are rasMttrts of this dty who ever heaH of a en t-rate ticket tor a Turkish hmh Oompetttton la tots Industry seems to be followed wtih the usual result, however, for yesterday, on eftttrlM a prominent sahwm no toon. thl rara, ta relation to on of the most whtety known Turkish baths of the ttty. attracted mv notlre "rickets fot Twklh and Muslsn baths at lf' tu'dhtre t' r "i rent" I akeil Ih bails i dr If the hMh had chtnged Its tstp. whb-h hxvc fi r year own ft. ' ?li." he said If vmi to to the bah yn will Mill le hurled fl f r a bath. Wf eti lb tickets at ut rarj " MACINTOSHES m sntsW " ia24 T LONDON ND MANCHESTER. ENG. Hen 3mr,t ut n Roottt Ti)d Mf Without the rooster you're not buying a GENUINE M ACI N T O S H. Unless you're buying it HERE you're not getting the genu ine. We're their regularly con stituted representatives. It's like taking an affidavit to the truth to tell of their goodness. They won't gum --no odor at alland not a crack to them, stands no show. Water We have the regular Rubber Coats for those that want them all stylesall reliable. UMBRELLAS. We've the. latest lads in Umbrellas. We don't be lieve in putting it all in the handle, but when you qan get both an attractive han dle arid a positively, good wearing covering why shouldn't' you? Silk or Gloria Cloth. Sound the prices they're as shallow as they can be, Saks and Company, A SHAKE eiARUER'S FATE. U flayed Once Too OIIm With 111 V ot Faulty f Uattlae. jwtetifcfjMsoso tajsw rotfcjftsstM Old Doiid Tlatojlor. a gray kasdnd snake eke rotor of thk city, aaot ahostt bse deoto on Tuesday Irons too poteoo out bite of a big tatilosnake that turood oo htof whlk ho was handling it For nutoy years the obi ataa snide a bostooss of psnturing rsttlososkes Ho sold ntaoy aporinu-os of laitiots and other Asuoricao ssakesto ututeuws aid circuses and carried on a ssvali trad la rattlesnake oil A potty of spotttog aseo were to too barrooBt of Joha Wetattoger's Ijioioo Tuesday nigkt of last week, jfhm Haxpster catoo to wiJt a big raitlotOMO in a cage. Ho hod beeo driaktog. sad to a lecktow tnaunoot ho rturlarod ho would show too jojrolWtBoa how.su bsto oaf a sooko's head lie took toe sasstor sMMtt tlsNs9 Cfttts? sUHal tsW sVaOaMlsatef SoVsaVatt IsM faogs totoMs nktht wrist Hsaokse luurkdly tooiaooi b in the cage aatt went out- othtog was soon ofhtat until Thuas doy, whoa ho was found huddled no to a dense growto of weeds ta a yatd surrouadtog Lloyd's foundry Bat right arm was swollen to aa eooranou site, and ho was keif dead front psto and esooaute lie was at oce ukoaio Aadfew Brown's rototoatve aod uo pUed with food and drink Jit T. H. B&btoaon was called to. The saako cauvasor dfonndod "f Un cottoto hertjt,wlto whkh he said toTotMsi Unifth too BotooB I coat Us itwtoos The herbs wete OKwided, lit toe doI u hod sstoed too iw a hu4 oa tot vicitoj, bit mijdWiiB, tvy gear wom aad last f iioajoy to dtoi. ' Bo wa7byasa ojov Choooota HsMo uoruw 'uogiesatuao VauJt U tvugbi a uk tali hot LITERARY NOTE V. TTf :FMf!l Mr Oeat Psy Aitatvis, whoe e 1 lb n of poema on the seatiins Pfi s Year ' hss Inst bren Issued suAiptttxus voiunre, IS a cowiotlcr of -riltt-nt tdli rial jttilgjnne.nt and htsall rxet's sr-prrc latlon of the real Ooetry of nature The .lack Trust" Is tin title ot a tsrlot fsree whkh Qrnee h. Fitmtos, tbf well known antbpr of. "A Br ejf Monkeys" srd ' A yewetXtjil Sntage," will contribute to the forthcowtta, ntt ber of Ifarper's Bttttr There arc now nearly 900,600 "ittoo'o ftotiohtfrs" In the land, and Mm JLer gatet Bnttome, an eeertetlc Jfew TrJrt: wotiHW. Is their Prestdcm, she h HMrj the founder of the order. MTltb Ooto bet i Mrs. llottome took up theetlltofldl ?n and became owe of the editor of Ae tda' Home Jovrturt, in which periodical she will hetwrftor write timl idita depot Win "t entirely devoted to the best Inter, of "The Klnt' IaiTBhur " Through this channel it Is Mrs Itottome's Intention that her ' Daughters" and herself shall ctne tloeer together In feeling ami sympathy Htllle Bly Is In clover. Fr the next three years she will write under con tract for Normnn L. Muero, pubitolier of the nmfe Morg lpe. at a salary f about $19,000 er .annum. .Mies lily's extraordinary tour around the world, coopJoU with ber original and popular enroer ae an all around writer for the prtjos, preMges for her n inltht and proMinhle Inline Mr M. It Munro has again shown Ids skill as an editor of high meitt In selecting a writer so thoroughly rqnlppeil ,0 please the readers of th Fbmilf Ptory .ffr. There has Itfea a stibsiantUI Inerentb In the clrculallon of the Mim4i Story wneti slaee Jllsa lily's work began. 1t JYcirsmon, SkjA , 1890. Bv lotlet a stnenlar coincidence the two stoties of adventure lust Issued dn the seme day by I). Lothrop Compnnr "WtilnMMlav llm Tontl,1' nnl 'Th and "The Idpn City of Aftlca" were by the two Aliens, tbe l.nslisli and the American authors. Air. Grant Allen Is well known as an entertaining Kngllsb writer on popular science nnd social problems, out this story of n c!oe Bhnvo in the South Pacific Is In quite n different line. Mr. Willis lloyd Allen, the American, Is the editor of the Cottage Htarih, anil is dear to thousands of American boy and girl renders as the author of the tU llpblfnl "Pine Cono Series." Ills "Lion City of Africa" is said to ante date Stanley nnd to be full of wonder ful fscts and startling experiences. Frederic Harrison, the potlllvlst et- savlst. has often been called tbo best living master ot Jioeilsu pro, what he bse to Soy, therefore, about literary methods nnd style Is of tne greatest practical value to writers. lnrldenUliy, in sn nuiobfrtgrspblcal essay In the October "Forum," he tone the subject up and declare that bo never give teiloits ihousht to how he should pro stnt a subject, to far as tbe more a yle Is concerned, lie has a ctesr jd sellout purpose In view always, aiming to change men's opinions or lo timi seine pracliesl thing to ym-n, an I he is at ibe task without Indirection or conscious att, aiming to strike straight blows. This, ho declares, is the. secret of style earnestness, dlreolneat, sin cerity, together with constant com munion with tbe great masters of liters, lure. Tie Albany llook Company an nounce for publication, October 10, a new novel uy Artmir r Dudley YInton of tbo "North (exmnnselne editor American Jteview") entitieu "booKing Further llsckward." This story is an answer to and continuation of Edward llellamy's famous novel "Looklne nack. ward." Mr. Vinton's story has been highly spoken of by those who have reenl It before publication; ami tbe Now York Jltruld, on Sunday, July 37, de vottd tlve columns to a lkutfatory re view of it while yet la manuscript an almost unprecedented' compliment. Tbe book Is composed of a series of lecture delivered by Won Lung LI, the suecos tor of Prof. Julian West (the supposed wrltsr of -"Looking Hack ward,1') at Sbawmut College, In S0). A obatmlns love episode adds to the romance of the story which Is full of Incident. The book Is one which every person who has read "ixiklnicllsckward" should road: and It also welMMlculkted to -interest and Instruct all Who have not reed llel lamy's fascinating tale; Mrs. Hufton Harrison, who bat an enviable reputation as a writer of short stories and novelettes, bat Just finished tbe Most important work that she has yet undertaken. It is a novel of South ern -life before, duilng aad after the civil war, and deals with scenes and incidents that no one is more familiar with than she. The name of this novel is "Flower do Hundred, the Story of a Virginia Plantation," and it .wilt be published during the fall by the Casseil Publishing Company. The Manuscript of this story has been read by one of the best judges in the country, who predicts for It not ooly sa Iwniedlale. but a laetiag pnwdailty, for it treats tbe subject with all tbo chorea of a ttalaed sod graceful writer, together with tbo farts of too hlstotisa It Is SMsoalog. pathetic aod tiutthng. aad gives a picture of boutborn Ufa such as has Never been out oa oaoor before. 0at UltAka IMT Ifea i'ftttU. "raw UU JSfc Ceeetsr Jiccd 4 Co. caji ohoko oJC V4tf dW.j coajhosi U too Hatjaa, but tsatycaa't tdstJMt oat tailff dlsiiitssnsi aUeeortho cossjisryvta asset oboo. atoto, tavoro, cluUooui o uhWUaco whoso taosv tosott. liw MolMotor tosaf Is aooad to bo f uUy TMrtsetsd by tbo people, aad whom thoy ha sostztisotnjr at tlsoy wtti oost JJttottean atu atwtenctet Living 'W ftn esse s WaoiojsUfto W stuud'i WmI stoMstUUstHsm sMfUaattsBM H CaMaattatSaV. aMMssMhflr. SHsVMtMsiojl sJaMsMM k efrsttA &4stsUtsftiaTaaaaoi til n. J isW.slslsBU tsjssoa taw taysw fsa tJSBnst nisasassBsygKjsti sflRp f no swum) mm mmmmmr. hvttzb7wsJ4taWndn OMhTUo isjpt that it 4oas tuuulx shkt w. Ils u. wtUOo lu cenatore aever otettvowo. Its ssuisatfs jeaottstwastW UfMOhofo J 1 IaIa ..! i.i- "fsw "T wo, wenaajsntjsjBswsBo j ,, J-, aubmi Ibms ossoa assataMbio W tsyVwoW 1 a4astis4boi SN dsosrjHhe(B..vsM waa. sjsjfigsV 1 ttsTstdalsld sU IsaVaU HsTMall'sl iojoaaslUo ABal sUaV ' tPe "t . 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TERMS: One-quarter cash, balance In one, two and three years, with interest at 6 per cent, per annum. Fifty dollars earnest money will be required upon each lot and will be applied to purchase when settlement is made. Deed to be passed frqe of all expense with ab stract of property. From the gross sales, seven 7 per cent, will be placed in a sinking fund to be applied to mjtking improvements. We can recommend this subdivision in every par ticular and feel confident that your investment will prove one of profit in a very short time. Offl 0 x. 0 Fourteenth and G Streets. FOR A GOOD SHOE MISIT Wilson & Carr's For an Easy Shoe UOTO WILSON & CARR'S. We earn the Best Llae of Iatat L4ttaerfahee(erja(ll4 antiaea tloaenstiarlrat Wilson & Carr's I'Ukliluuulilu Shoe 9Ieu. Ko. OSU r tftUKVt H. Yfn wubiogtoiu d. a BALTIMORE STORE, 1 uuii u uiiiT iiai,tijioiii: sritmrr. Ilia Holler n lunnortallt, iV, . r U4m ' Octaltr Funm Tbo beflI lIoMwirliy b prehis toric ao4 jU twroowl, aim l( will exist so loog as won 'aytt with an loyislbje aod Jul With' a vfajbhf set of faculties two srtt ' perfectly aminguIibaUle by young atul ooJ, wise atut fooHsh, alike. Tbo Uea aeoetates Itself in each lodt tlsiejol; It is roioforooi by sfHeo tetti Mionyy t tt forsuulaUd soil illustrated bt Tosjoiit waye by trosUtioos aotl la-' tiiiotOtsi4sutltlstbplaia otttorowth' ol isssiaul oneerlonre. aod is 40a s no stilly a uatvortoi Kuntyof wa hstso. It needs no lattettoa f root Betels-1 lose. H buraows aotbioe; ftosn btftc It Is la ao ssmso sbrooodeot for Us ottflBOo wosoi hlaos ot right and weotM, lewosa aod pnnishmooi It It Msfito saw ItssttloH awooc tM bjaot oat aad steamed, hot csabeooMoaod cooto too taoat bttillaai aod of ail btoso for too wiso aosi good. It 1 csJMsble ot cultivatloa. sso'iiim csivtsiss a-t SJMi.) tBMat Matttrd ' rmntto tosw am MmC "Im't imm asjmssiisiis satabtooT ha tsbo fsMt niser" thai' w - no.jl ttm thai Iw woswio't bono a sVsfiwois ssw seas ajokr "Hwotstao 'WoU, I sa- adootot o keto hss bo one iuat swat " us), mom att MM. taoa sac A IMslisen tt MiimniWttlly. JkMwAaw. lsWt.sissatltTesl m SsWstaio mm m sWhg'j i Wm . jagg mfSSb (biaoiJjH-e v Qao't cbjs to tosjsthnr A Mn wish Cswo wtsWisw ersww sgvaawstvp' si oosaewP " lusety Ttsjsof to Ksnv Yw jstoai tUMw LsfawT swwl Mf Jiasalr' at iwwalAswa sUssf AlfsteelsUf.1 asnflrSjL. stajsjwwwr stwi fc'srtt stajsawr ! aswsjssflsitpT aso jstjssswsway a juW uAviUtd to front uf the Irtdasw- otfbu: too Jtotf, u very croabte ko Yud't stow Uleoi But as so artiot liioad oiotwkUwu k Uiii. iuibaib. i!fS itb Uivw HEIGHTS HAGfiflMAM i:iUCATIONAr., . 1 GeorgefawnllnWersltY School of Law FACULTY. 11KV. J. HAVENS rnCIIATIDS. 8. J rrettdeutoribe Unlrerdtr. CllAHLKa W. HOFFMAN, LL. O.. Daan of tbe Faculty. ... HO. WILLIAJt A JIICHAUCaON. tt. D., (Chief Justice IT. S. Court ol Claire.) Lecturer m Statutorr and AJmlnUtratlve Law and Leoal Maxims. MAIITIN F, W0URI8. tt. D . Tcj-tnrer nn rmistltntlooal and I InUrna- lionai uiw, Aamirany aou (.omparauva noN. JERRjiiArt st. tvitsby. tt r. lecturer on the taw of Ileal Estate and the Law of ETldence IION.AMDRKWC. JIlUUtBY (Justice Supreme Court. DUtrlct of Colum- " ." T . . .. --- , ,-. :i... Dia,, iiurer on tomown law. i -ieuu Urand Kiultyjnr1 JOS. fil'J 11 J. ijAllLUUIT ON. LL. D. tectureron tfia. Law. of reraon&t Propty, fonfraatt and Negotiable lSDer. QE0II8E K. HAUIITON, tt. D , Lectursrnn tba Law of I'arlBaftblp.Corpoei lions, 11 aetice aj iwumenwjr uw IotuKr on Ctftalnal Law'. l)oetIe Itefa- tkins ana 'tort. MOOT COURT Circuit Court. Irof George E Hamilton Court of Appeals. Profs. Martin V MorrU, Acdrew C. Ilnullsy and It. Rom Ferry, Introductory lesture and aanooaeeaoU for the ratnfst! terra at Ibe Law DbIMIbi. eoruer Ctb aad V U. n. wo WKDNESDAY,' 2 GT. 1. at &m p. ra. 'All luteFegatdl areaor telly MjTlted to attend. The Obrary, bow eoaprimt the EBglUb aad Uadisg AuMrleaa refotta aad tbe lateet text book ubob not Iteal Htbjeeta, I local ed la the LawBelld latr, wllb commodious reading room at taehed , and will be open from Sam to 10 p. n. dally Sunday excepted, to student aad ainwal of tbe sobool The secretary can oe eeu ai iw ww RntUlttf. nn Tnulavd. T1ftUiulATa s aua a Satur US, IKi7.WU) OW l. UJ, IC HUWaWTOU. a. mm, we. lareuiar atrwK wm. Urss. etc , una be aOtaJaoi' at boos- Ctrauiar atykut eoeMeof stBOr, aa.d -. a Tt UiuvljnB lTamJ W ut of W H Morrisoa. WM F st. a. wdenaHk Jt Oo . ISM Pst a, w . ., l"r-i1"": - i aiM uwiwwit k uu , ttrt r M B. W .UU at W. S Theaunan'tawn; steecuTO IStast. n. w , or on astuleauuo, pwsonaQy at by 1st- sottas iasratssyaad" m. in. ft.&'.., Mawaad 'neatoeer. ST' jotti.'s coLtBea, MV 'wtt etWteMnojt Si"51" MUL Kisot BblHltll1fllsBaiswJatl hrF SsVslAswV 7stfSsw IIm aha&4Vtawa4TfTsTLai wA&sawaw snawi waTftwwat Oont. TQsUsJfAItYIUtt. U " aaituwg dSin u riWdM MMI ' 4 VOatM LAMWL waflSsa-assL Oeoa. ffffSjsjspetSSl ataressw aHtnat AAd TfwwwwVtlCwtaisV urs-wa Msotnsi, JUsei IfAWilsifi aost sfaW JtWTi asjj. . . 4. ISf ST fUKWssJMsW)OjL HsJibAUaH1 WSJTHtSsWr IUI. toy sneieie ana fswelsiiis sow. Vo Ajswnaots asast hoooat lav adds STrw JjjjjjjfjjjjjP''' 0'fffSTffr' 9 ij.. A U eilsttW aeaa. . ----- " stwwwattrsarwtatsaaiai' aoUasTSj, 'wBPl"" srswetnawatw atrfjs.Timawtatywsiohtbji awelsl tswiaTOs sm edoeated wut ae in we setwiui -" ''law "' "' auwn's nasa- aatot oo sTsoiswwuiMist oAfcsaUiltio.'t aOw ismoj. uu sfawiatittiiWii. i Uotoateudfc, AStrjKMBSTS. A LHATJOHTI OUANT) Of 1 RA HOUSK. grerr Iventog-SrarHreet wrt sntst. te0nt of tne Yun American Stsrv CORA TANNER, Under the ysiisgoieerit of Co'onei wm K- sum of ta Kookitw Part Th-iin rresentm for the First Time H Thu Hy unit frsw and TccS9srn, n t. VrHteO Setwss9 for Her t Mw it km- ort eq . cetltten 'OE ERROR. inteantctoahr A r.RAfvD cowpawt. "ihejsm wMrhupteatoo at tfco tirih v 1 brtl, Sew VntX City "Nf IW M&TfGTlnt HHsAtHB. une Weer, Stflwtfiy, osiot'ei a. Matinee satnrdar Only DAWIEI. FRuHMAN'S MRW TORS LYCEUM THKATHE ' IK COMPANY, ' ' rm'fcUHAKri' Y BALL- By neia.ee aed,D JUSe. .... t msi inemnrs neroert Keiee: IT. NlOil Wbeateroft. W. J Lo JloTTW.CIifirlM Walnut. Ffitr wiiirasw. waiter mhs. ter mho. afl-ti: Caytsn, Henrietta rrassmsn. Mr chartp !.. is. snannon, -tirs Tnomat ru a Snannon. Mr fan oast etShr.. J I Tne inwt Mtccwsmi pwy eyer presented st. the New York tjeenm ihentrs. extWtrk-FHANCt8WttOON and Cot- rAN Y In THK IBRRT MOWAKOn. oHI ct Ta KW NATIONAL TnKAtnE. EXTRA Seats on ale next Thntsday morning for FRANCIS WILSON AN COMPANY'S rrodtirtloii of the New Comic Open THE MERRY MONARCH, From tho Crosdway Theatre, New York, HARRIS' RIJOU TltEATRK. Week UemmencInK MONDAY, OCT 6. Matinees Tuesday, Thntsday and Saturdkyi WAtTBIt SANFQRDy Surer b rroOuetlon of lliurowerful Ileal lit I risy, MY JACK, I'nfnldlnif a nrnnaftllii Rtorr nf Tjintl nn I sa, lllnstrhted with l "... -'T" r z- .71 ;.--... r.-. :.r iiinstratea witn toomio juati .Morgan a Ive Foonlo3laterplce, Twelve Feonlo Maternli Next w.eek-tNBUAYOOUB. O(-0.Ct s NEW WASHINGTON IJlEATREllTIIST. " THIS WEEK ladles' Ma'.lnco To-morrow TONY PASTOR And lit' Grand NEW DOWltE COM!'. AND EtJROrj tNY OF AMEttltA AN 8TAH9, I Including tbo Colobrated English Ar IV, , MISS BESSIE B0NEHILL. - Next Wcik-JIOWAltD JiURISllUK C OM PANY; or l GtODE THEATnE-WEEK OK OCTOflErt 6. Jlallaees Monday, WedneidAr, rr lUynnd cniurday. A raro imnonnccmiu Huns rlmnlama Nnvelty Compsny, pre tenting Hie rreat CYilKNB, tin "pin .'i marTvl; her emitl never birn. lie wne mil see Iter A Mid show, nllt-eUid. mnE HEOLIKN. Is the Urt of All Mnsleal Inetrnmenlt. Ueeanae It performs any mtulo irons a waits or a ballad to an overture or atyrapnony more beaatlfully and more nearly perfect than any other slnglo Instrument. Tbe Aeolian Is not raeohanloal, bat the manipulation ot It Is so slmpto that a person oanletrn to play It Tilth from ono to three weeks' praellee, Toor vUlt to see tblj In strument will be esteemed a faTor at E. F. DROOP'S, SB TA. AVE., ole ARent'for Stefnway aBrf Other First- Class Tlanos and Organs. KIlCqATIUNAT. TATIONAtMEIJICAt COttEGE-MEDI. oal and Dental DerattmeLts of tbo Lolnmblan UnlTentlty.-rTbe lxty ninth an Sualourtexif mtdltal lectures and fourth ental otnirfe will begin on Wednesday, October lat.atSp, m. In the College tluud- turoby noffiJor. WJlflani LeeT At. I). Dental Introductory! by! Professor Uark M.FfnleV, I). D- 8. Tbe astuninexaslaatlans wlllbor held onThAsday Ootoher SfTat 'Sea "p. m. For olitmlar ot i both denartmeafsappfytut Dr. A. F. A. JUng. Dean, . Tblrteeotb. st n, w. Ofllco honrj OtolO a. m. and 4 to5p. m Telephone 6.i sep,8-im, i i UE CORCORAN St'IENTIFICSCHOOtOP thecoiambwii university tw scnooi ein st S o'elbcfc p. ut. OCTOllKIt 1. will wltb Ue &,i$ci loiiowioc soiuu ot iDsiruciion.i irtmentor i Kogiun, name Knpfltwrmr. Chemistry. Aasayv lug, PbyslesrrnSralogy. Freneb, Oerman. UcebanUal and other brsnshes of drawing, with lecture course on Astrenpmy, Anthra pology, Zoology, botany, etc All claues meet is tbe evrolBe.-aod are open to bothi exes. .For furtber iBtorraatlon apply to tho Dean. Prafssser E.T. FU.ISTOE. iX li. selSJta. QT. CECELIA'S AC DEMY FOUYOUNrr i OUILDREN kj uauioa ao Reotn J10NDAY, SEPT. 8. ViMte and Patotlag Beeetre Special ' set41w Atleowea. ACADBMYOF THE HOLY CROSS, UW Man. Ave.. Afford every facility for aoqulriog, alhr ough education ta literature, muslo and art. The hutrumaBU uot are piaao, harp, vl - lie, guitar, maadaUa and baab. Languages geowal yooal, drawlmj and fancy wrlt frea seiejy SPBNCERIAN RUS1NBIW COLLBXjE Cor, 7th and D st . w . . KB,br0eriOtX Ssbool. Tit School of Practical Hestne aaa Account j fribuui of yrepmslpy PraeStcal Ensign Khool of Sborthaan sad fyvewriUiitf. Jtey awSgMsks. lnttrated C iti jVMmkAlrA- !. Vtoet'riiiit.s', l" - : StAta. MattiUt,. miwjwe loraaaUb Kng , h taier.ial o.r.1 nwsiSav ckMia. tonasoajftsv Ret tawat Mei tuw '"" JI'jO' asMreiiS x w. atwosKtitH. CfsatloUe Hsil, as4lHTs Qenaty HI it t ass swYUsfsti IMsctMnx. M &.!!&. fiBtrslojK sjiaoisjw iSYMosra.t. tJ '- lininsios rirsensisss weassar gmuad j MeaHMol totoMojt- llto sjoardcdtLru) the iop'ssot MOftb- Itootd. wci.. a..l tttMaa swtkw MHsk toanobssv two r-c tim2iL igM ssBwaaiLLsnJ taSjfPSr etreno 'I 1(ojwhm, aww. tttio Uf Su o.au, SiHrnes WU ILLL1VS n . I