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THE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8, 1890.
7 A YOUNG PEOPLE MATTEltS OP IKTERWr TO TOUR L1TTI.H HOTS AND QIKIA QUARREL OF THE PIN JHIO THE NEEDLE. How a Brfgkt LitUi Ohap Kept a Big State Swrai THE DDE! OF WELLINGTON'S TOAD. Little Fanny and Ike Gate of Hsaven Royal FfehTho Nhkel That Burned is Jw's Pwket. A pin ami noodle irslng neighbors In work-basket, and both being Jille, began to quarrol, as Idle people are likely to do. What they ealu is thus reported by the GhbiDemterat: "I should like to know," said the pin, "what you arc nt for, and how you expect to get through the world without ahead" "What Is tho use of your head," re plied the neodlo, sharply, "If you have nocyoJ" "What Is the use of yourcyo If thore Is always something In It?" retorted the pin, bluntly. "I am more active, and can got through moro work than you can," said the ncodlc. "Ycjj but you will not live long, for you have always a stitch In your side," said tho pin, "You aro a poor, crooked thing! " said tho needle. "And you aro so proud that you can't bend without brcaklngyour hack," tctottcd tho pin. "I will pull your head off If you ln suit mo again, quoth tho needle. "I will pull your eye out If you touch me," snarled tho pin, "for, re member, your lifo hangs upon a thread." Whllo they wcro thus bickering n Utllo girl entered, and, trying to sow something hard, soon broko the needle at tho cyo aud threw It under tho grate. She then tied the thread round the n ck of the pin. and. Irvine to null It UirnnMi her work, tho head came off, when sue threw It Into tho ashes, whoro tho ncedlo was already. "Well, hero we aro together again," said tho needle. "We havo nothing to quarrel about now," said tho pin. "It seems mis fortuno has brought us to our senses." Slate secrets, as a rule, aro not par milted to fall Into tho hands of the young. All nations guard their In teicsls wllh Jealous enre, but thoro was once a boy who for n long time hold possession of a very Important Stite secret which nffectod to n large ostent the welfaro of this country at a time of pressing need. According to Golden Dags It camo about In this way: In tho month of March. 1770, the Continental Congress sent Silas Deane as a political agent to tho French court to enlist Louis XVI. In our cause, and bring about negotiations which would result In a treaty or Alliance. At tho samo tlmo Arthur Lee, another dis tinguished American, was In London In secret corrcspondenco with Influen tial Frenchmen, Lee, ono day, was approached by Ilcaumarcbls, a secret envoy of tho French Government, who told him that tho King was desirous of helping the colonies but did not want to do so In a manner which would Involve blm In an open war with England. Ileau marchls said that Louis would givo us plenty of money and arm, If he could do so without exciting suspicion, for he cordially hated England, though I fear he did not like the thought of helping to establish a republic in America. Accordingly, Lee, Deano and the crafty lleaumarchla put their heads to gether and agreed upon a witty plan of secrecy. When Beaumarchls returned to rsns a correspondence began be tween a firm called Koderlque, Ilor. tales & Co. and ono Mary Johnson the former being, In reality, Ueaumarchls and the latter Arthur Lee. Lee represented that he had large amounts of tobacco to sell, and directed that the purchase money received from Ilortales & Co, be sent to him by way of Cape Francois. In the meantime Vergennes. the French Minister of Foreign Affairs, and the Klmr had been Informed of the plan and bad approved of it, and Louis directed his treasurer to hold 1,000,000 llvrcs subject to Yer genne'a orders. Now, It was very Important that all the correspondence on behalf of the French Government should be con ducted by one person, and the one se lected to conduct It was Minister Ver tices' son, a boy of only 15. He was well educated, bright, and knew how to keep a State secret as wall as his Illustrious parent. The boy took charge of the Important business, aad from time to time large sueba of money found their way from the royal treasury to the coffers of the Colonies. In order to give th transactUm a bust-, nees complexion some tobacco was seat Id return. If England had discovered that a shrewd Tittle boy 1b the otUce of the French Minister was thus damaging bar cause with ht pea, over the signature of ' Ilor tales & Co.," she would bav called King Louis to account for his duplicity, but tb secret was so wall kept that England never susttaeted K. Young Vergennes displayed so much tact la the part he played that, wha it was all over, be was suaunoaed to court and received the tbanks of the Kin. In one of his loiters ha offer, as Ilortales & Co.. to furnlsb the Ameri cans with "an; thing they Beaded." Of course, all he did was done with the free copsent of the Preach Court. The Utile fellow would couch hb let ters In adroit commercial phrases, so that if they bad fallen Into the heads of the enemy the truth would not have been suspected. In all "Meases. Ilor tales x to. furnished the aUuuUauc colonies w lth 1S5,C. History is afllyfl ronraitnins the sub sequent career of the hoy with the State secret, but I an "lintwt seedy to say JhM he became a noted tttnlosaat, for he had shown that he could keep an inv T"'r"f ffrrnl and coiniiufit n cornMtwd wee between two - nt Ko doubt his Illustrious father, the onset Minister, w as proud of blsu. A peculiarly deUhj4ul tetter of the Puke of Welkteto has teste un lorthed by &huH Cut, which runs at fulioWS TUATHjriaj.iaAia. inly , itsw. Ficid Maieball the Duke of YsttMto it i u( i w to inform, Wuttssa Haute tint bis i.j m olnc aud well." iioc. one of bis country walks the T ' f t-'-d a little boy lying vu tbe j - . . amiijg bis head, via a Uiue tostl sad crying m If bts heart wmM brink. On bving Mtari what win tlrt matter irrt ehlH expffllmtf that h vm crying "for !. wwrUwhl." He Iwtmfht It Kwwthlng to Mt erery morning, wrt he wnt now to foe nt awny to school, a long distant ofT, and he was afraW that nobody rite wtroM give It anything to eat, and that It wowW dfe. Tho Dnke, liowerer, crmtotal him by say ing that he would hlmtelf see the toml well fed, ami by further prrttn Wng to let the boy liear as to Its wel fare. Dnrlng the time the bov was away at school he received no less than Ave autograph letters similar to that given above, and when he returned for the Christmas holidays the toad was stilt alive to gladden his heart. The story s even more delightful than that of the Buke'a indignation when he found that a party of children at Btrathfleld eaye among whom, we believe, was the present Trlme Minister were hav ing their tea without jam. The Inci dent roused him to ImmmlUin Minn and he at once rang the bell and totted n general order that "children's tea" was never to be served In his house wllh such "maimed rlghte." . It Is hard for grown peoplo to realize how many things are perfectly simple to them, but quite beyond the compre hension of children. Figures of speech In particular are almost sure to Involve the Utile people In a tapglo of perploxi tlcs. Something of this sort happened to little Fannie In church not long since. Bho Is looked upon by tho Youth's Com jmm'en as a mere morsel of humanity, and it Is the prldo of her life that she Is old enough to be allowed to go alono to the house of her aunt, three doors away. Fanny is too short to reach the boll knob, and as her soft llltlo fist cannot mako nolso enough to bo hoard by any ono Inside, she Is Obliged to stand on her aunt's doorstep until some good natured porson comes along whom sho can ask to ring tho bell for her. This dinicully, however, sho has been care ful not lo mention at homo. Ono Sunday tho preacher had much to sny about coming to tho gate of Heaven and knocking for entrance. Fannlo listened attentively, with a face which grew constantly more sobor, until nt last, when a plcturo was drawn of a little child's coming to tho portal, sho suddenly put her head down into her mother's lap and burst Into a nor. feet convulsion of tears. Astonished at this sudden outbreak, her mother bent down and In an anxious whisper asked what tho matter was. "O, mamma," was tho answer, In a sobbing whisper, "I don't think I could ever get Into Heaven." "Wny not?" asked tho puzzled mother. "0, mamma, I am so little I could never reach tho bell, antl I novcr on make anybody bear mo kneck." Her gilcf wassobltiir lhatshehad to betaken out of church aid thereat of the afternoon devoted to explaining to her that tho minister's words were not lo Lo taken loo rt orally. While old and wlio heads of the United Slates and England are carrying on a dignified quarrel over tho owner ship of tho seal In tho Hehrlng Sea, llatytr' Young People proposes to toll you somothlng about tho royal fish. You know that kings and queens havo many rights and prerogatives. Well, one of the prerogatives of Eng lish rulers In olden times related to royal fish. Itoyal fish aro sturgeon and whale, which aro considered tho finest of deep-sea fish. For this reason, "on account of their superior excellence," whenever one of theso fish was thrown aiuoro or caught near tho coast of England It became tho property of tho king. This seems very unjust to those nun aiigui secure mo wuaic or sturgeon, for they were compelled to glvo It up without receiving any pay. However, tho king had some ground for clalmlns these royal fish as his property, became It was ho who guarded and protected the seas from pirates and robbers, and In those days thero were very many of them. The most peculiar fenturo of tho custom of royal fish was this that, while the wholo of the sturgeon bo longed to the king, only half of a whale did. For it was a prerogative, as It was called, of tho queen, that the mil or every waste caugiit in the way you havo been told was her property, while the bead only waa the king's. Tbe reason for this division, as given by the old records, was to furnish the queen's wardrobo with whalebone; and this reason is moro amusing than tbe custom is peculiar, tor tue whalebone lies entirely in the bead of the whale. Hut there are many more as strange and amusing customs recorded in Eng land's early laws. This right of royal hsh was consid ered of great Importance, aad was carefully guarded for many generations. It was also a prerogative "of tbe kings of Denmark and tbe dukes of Nor mandy, aad from one of these it was probably derived by the priaces of Esgland. This pretty little story Is told by the St. Louis QloUlhmoervt: Deacon Jones kept a Hllle fish market. "Do you want a boy to help you?" asked Jca "White eneday. "I guess I can sell fish." "Can you give good weight to my customers and take food eare of my Beftaieer" "Yes, air," answered Joe, and forth with be took his place in tbe market, weighed tbe fish, and Kept tbe room In order. "A whole day for fun. fireworks aad crackers to morrow!" exeialmcd Joe, as be buttoned bis white apron about him the day before the Fourth of July. A great trout was Aung down on the counted "Here's a royal trout, Joe. I caught it myself. You way have it for 10 cents. Just hand over tbe money, for I'm in a buriy lo buy my Ire crackers,'' said Kcd Long, one of Joe's mates. Tbe deacon, was out, but Joe bad made purchases for him before, so the dime was spun across to Ked, who was of like a shot. Just then Mrs. Mat On aBeeared. "I want a ake trout for my uisner tomorrow. This one will do, how much b) itr" ' 'A Quarter ma'am." aad tbe lab was uufjr.d to the lady's basket and the silver piece to the money drawer. But here Joe paused- "Ten cents was very cheap for that tub. If I tell tbe Beacon to cost fifteen bell beaetkv aVd, and I shall have five cents lo invest in fit crackers. " Ibe Deacon was pleased with Joe's bargain, and when the ffttYf was closed each went Us way for the night. Bui the nickel Ut Joe's pocket bura-'d like a coal, he could eat no supper, aad was cross and unhappy. At last he could stand It no lunger, but walking rapidly, tapped at the dt-ur uf Deacon Jones' cottage. A stand was drawn out, and before the open ikbie sat the obi wan. Joe's heart alsouet failed bun, but be tokl big Story, sad with Uers of borrow laid the coiu m i'ic IicaLoo's hand Tuialu ukrr tlje iiaVie uf llit &lb,v lllC old UlaO. riuJ lli. ;L-l iviiin.ii, ilia hius abulL not prosper ; bnt whoso ronfesteth and ami formketh them shall have mercy.' Tow hate my forgtvewts, Joe; now o lrormj awl confess to the Lord, bnt re member you itiml forsake a well m ronfese. And keep this little coin m long m yon lire to remind yon of tfch first temptation." RUBE BURROWS KIllES. The rmon Ontlnw 8Iint Ilmttl In ,lntl This Morning-. ST. Lorjra, Oct. 9 A. IMrmiogham, Ala., dispatch says that Rnbe Barrows, the noted train robber who was eaptnred near Myrth Wood, Marentjo County, laet evening and confined in Jail at Linden, Ala., was killed at 8 o'clock this morn ing, while trying to escape. -. - CANADIAN TRADK. A Jlctntlntnry Poller UrtrMl .nlnt Mm Unltett State. Halifax, N. 8., Oct. 8. Sir John Thompson, Minister of Justice, arrived at Antlgonlsh yesterday ami waa pre sented with an address. In reply he re ferred to the trade question. He said the government was op posed to unrestricted reciprocity, which would ruin Canada's manufactures, but was In favor of reciprocity in natural products. This, ho said, the United States would not accept. Tho opposition wished the government to go to Washington and say that Canadians would starve without reciprocity, Tills was no way to make a bargain. The government would notdo this, but Messrs. Cartwrlght, Wlman, Bhaiton and Longjey had gone to Washington to beg for reciprocity. Within four weeks of their visit the United States had adopted the highest taillT they ever had, and trade relations with tho United States were worse than ever. Sir John said tho government was finding new markets in Japan, China and the Wost Indies. He stated that during tho past two years, since tho West India lino of slenmcrs had been subsidized, Canada had tent moro farm product to the West Indies than it had sent to tha United Stales dutlng any two years of reciprocity treaty. This, ho declared, showed tho success of n vig orous trade policy. Is HE RECALLED"? The Italian Mlnliter Clotnc Home, 1'er lmps Novor to Itetnrn, llaron Fava, the Italian Minister, will, It Is understood, tall for Italy In about a wcok. Ha says ho Is going on lcavo of absence. It is reported, however, that ho goes In answer to n reremntorv rccnllbe- catuc of dissatisfaction In tho Foreign Olllco at home with his courso In ru gard to Italian laborers In this country, and the continued prova lenco of tho padrone system; and also in regard to n certain tobacco con tract. It is said ho would havo gone before now hut for pleading sick ness. Last May Mr. Itlva. Italian Consul-General at Now York, wont use U on what ho said was a three months' leave of absence. Ho has not relumed. It Is said ho will not roturn. and It Is predicted that Fava will never roturn. CHARGED WITH RAPE. A Serious Crime itllrcetl Agalnat u Cnlureil Man. Honry Ilruco, a 27-yoarold colored man, was arrested this afternoon charged with an atrocious outrago upon his 11-ycar-old niece, Mary Bruce. The crlrao was committed yesterdoy after noon at Ilruce's home on Sixth between K and L streets northwest. All the rest of the family were away at tho tlmo. The Utllo girl told hor story when they returned, and Doctors Leach and McKinl wero called in to make an Investigation which verified tbe story told by her. Bruce is locked ur at tho Ninth Pre cinct station, and will be tried on a charge of rape to-morrow. m Willie Snracue HUM Hlmieir. Seattle, Wabu., Oct. 8. William Spraguc, Jr., grandson of Samuel Chase, and only son of ex-Governor Sprague of llhode Island, committed suicide by inhaling chloroform Yester day afternoon. Deceased camo here from Chicago ami accureu employment in a menial capacity with tho Seattle Journal. Despondency prompted his suicide. (July 03,000,000, A high official of the Census Ofllce says it now looks as though the census figures will fall much below the original estimate of Gi.000.000. The figures will hardly reach 09,000,000. Mr. Bunnell's reapportionment bill was based on &1, 000,000, with a House of 854 members on a basis of 160,000. At 68,000,000 the basis of representation will fall to 178, 000 If tbe number of Itepresentatlves is Increased to 354. Slarihall Torn Vp Alive. Nashua, N. II., Oct. 8. The Mar shall mystery has been cleared up and the supposed murdered man has writ ten to his brother. He tied because be was frightened, because he thought that be aad Davis, who were with him, had killed a maa. Improvements at the Hormanille. Mr. J. 0, Burke, the clerk at the Hotel Normandie, will soon take pos iwiilun of greatly improved quarters. A corps of carpenters and decorators are now engaged in making extensive improvement In the lobby of the hotel. HutlJy I)apd. Mary Foster, colored, repotted at Police Headquarters to-day that yester day afternoon ahe had her rings stolen by a colored man at the corner of Four and a-half street and Missouri avenue, who obtained them under prttunie of telling her fortune. Kxptadlss OiMUat Caiuu 1'ire. There was a ire ibis afternoon at the tin aad stove store of M. C? Mit chell, No. SUhJ M. street northwest, caused by the explosion of g'wftm Damage ftf0, covered by Insurance. fax the Cetettrattva ul Ibe Kmaaelna- Usa l'lultauUM at K1muumuI, October 15, Ul and 17. the rVana. X. K. will tsU ticket at rate of $3. at) for tbe round trip, October Utb to lTtU, good to return until bI tnctudine the 80th. Yor the i'ii'r aad firework oaths URh special train will test B. A f. station at '-t-lght on tbe Utb, to arrive iu Blrbavmd en tbe tjslj saoraJng of the Wth. and rettuatnn- wifi kavel e.SBVbaaond at nuduicht on the Wtk. JheuJer trains leets Washington at 1.30 pan si .ae Tkkete ace good on say train. to tMt a Halt. Jfrm lAt loHwitit Cuuiitr Jvurmal When Bepubilcaa "results" leads us to the verge of a money nanic, hi high Itoe for us to consider them. Mtuty PewtWS are broken lows fxom overwork or buucvhuitl unci. Brown's Irou Bitter a kuimJi ftjfalcui u,o uUtf, -uuli ,i. .i-i ' re, auU wwUU) U t. '- l i -X.- to1-- ta.t ITS DARKER SIDE. WHAT IS B0N1 BY OUR BSAtfTIFBL GTtrS "SIADT" POPULATION. StiTs nt Orlme Ttilil to Jmlo Miller hy 1'altfA Officers Vlsllnnt n Otherwle The 0nrt Stilt A-Movlnc. This Is the Ami nteMarit day that tire cotitt on whwW has exrWrlBweed on IH preamlmlatkms. It wae 8:90 o'clock sharp whn Bailiff Hoe called court in sttslOB at the New Jersey avenue sta tion. On this occasion there was llnw sells carpet spread over the temporary platform used by the Judge. Lieuten ant Kelly did not propose to be outdone by Lieutenant Amiss, and other con vtBlences will probably follow to-morrow. There were comparatively few cisea called up on the District side ami they were disposed of In a hurry. The orlf ccrs In the various precincts have acted on tbe Judge's advice, not to make trivial crwi while his Honor Is travel ing atound In this way. and there were only nine lockd up In the cells of the Slxth-st. et sUllon this morning, Mr. Mullowney on the United Slates side only picsem.-d three cases for trial and Ibe hearing of these did not occupy ten minutes of time. AXOTltEU MAN KILLED TUB IMnntT. Julius Thorno, a German, was charged with threats toward Joseph Donaldson, and he was defended by Campbell Carrlngton. "I wont shoot ing for the flist time," satd the de fendant, "and I wanted to trv my new gun." "Come down to the facts," requested the Judgo. "Dats exactly what I was doing. You see. Judge, I saw what I thought was n rabbit, and Just as I was about to pull the trigger some other follow on the other sldo of the bushes shot the rabbit. But, Judge, that made me mad and I ral'ed my gun to shoot, but I didn't do It." "You can pay n fine of $ 10, and after this don't pull a loaded -shotgun on anybody," rcpl'cd bis Honor. IN LIEUTENANT AMtSS' n.ULlWICK. At 0 o'clock tho procession took up Us lino of march in tho direction of the First Precinct, but court did not con vene unill 10 o'clock, the tlmo when witnesses hod bren summoned to ap pear. A handsome bouquet of flowers had bren pla. cd on tho Judgo'a tible, but Lieutenant Amiss was unwilling to explain os to where It came from. CAMMED A linVOMXR AT A HALL. Abraham Coleman, a colored man who attemkd a ball laU night, wps cnnrgru wnu uring uikorucriy ana cir ri ipg ron-cjlrd weapons. Oilltc Moore tcsdfird that tho man was drunk, but that ho fonod ro revolver In bM possculop. Tiiomas Gaines declired that Coleman puILd n pistol on him In the bull-room bi cause he had stepped on his glil's toe. Coleman was lined 20 for disorderly conduct, and the other cborgo was dismissed. V0CTII1CI. HOl'SKIlllKAKHnS. Frank Taylor. John Graham, Jamrs Grillln, John Crccu and Louis Wells, all colored boys, about 10 years of age, pleaded guilty to a charge of housebreak ing. Last nieht thoy broke Into the storo of Mrs. Hose Gaiter. No. 1103 F street northwest, and took a quantity of cigarette, package of postal cards and some other arilclcs. Sergeant Mont gomery and Ofllccr Holler, who nrrested them, found tho property In their poi cession. Bonds In ibe sum of (1,030 was ordered. HELD TO ANBWEII FOn HIS CII1MR. On tho 13th of September John Brown and Peter Jones became Involv-d In a quarrel In Chamnjgno alloy. Jones shot Browr, and tho facts In connection with thecaie wero published in Tup. Ciiitio at tho time. Jones is still sutler lug from the wound he received, but was able to appear In court this mom log and give his testimony. The Judgo required 800 bonds. THEIH WnES TESTIFIED AQAI.N8T THEM. Charles Dowden and Summer Townsend wero tent to tbo workhome for thirty days. In both cases their wives testified that they woro danger ous at time and not responsible for what they were doing when under Ibe Influence of liquor. Steps w III be taken to have them examined by physicians as totbetrspnlty. BOnHOWBD I1ER WBDDINQ Itl.Vo. Last February Charles West met Susan Gains at a parlor social in Georgetown and borrowed her wed ding ring. Sho has not seen him since until yesterday when he was arrested by Officer Hawkins, The Court Im posed a tine of $10. MEIl MBIT WAS FAK FROM I'LEAl.tNT. Mary Johnson, the colored girl who obtained the package of clothing from tbe baggage-room of the Baltimore sad Ohio Depot, paid her fiae of $-J0 to diy aad was released from Jail. The Merrf-Uo-KouDd, Tbe merry-go-round at l'ala's exhibition of tbe "Fall of PoairmU" is un.br the capa ble and ?aklot management of Mr. wa. K. Kjsb, who Is well and popularly known la this city. Tbe michlae U one of the most handsomely constructed o( its Llmi la the country, is entirely sew and lavishly decorated, ana bas proved a source of luuseweBt to tbo who patnwlM it. The order maintained Is of the lust, and Mr. Hvaa is reaping tha reward of bis enter prising popularity bow the Urge number of persons who patronise tbe lying horses eseh night. Another Utean ltace Safely Bailed. New Yokk, Oct 8. The steamships Teutonic aad City of New York ar rived in port this morning. The Teu tonic waa sighted otf Kite Island at 5.18 a. m., the City of New York arrived off Sandy Hook Lightship at 48 a. m. Both vessels sailed from Qtteenesowa on October S, the City of ew York at 1.55 p. m., and the Teu tonic at 8 SO p. m. Bincte I'me to KUihinanJ, The colore! people will celebrate In Uchmosd on October la, 14 sad IT tbe snaitereary of the Fffyfrslion Pm-lams Una. Ticket Hill be setd by tbe Pennsyl vania Hull road at rate of one use lor the rennd-iru), Mth to ITU, good to return un til and including the '4bth. Trains lease Washington at :3U aad 10.&7 a, w. and iJw p. sa. Tbe lath 1U be the big day-parade l the aMuning and reworks ba tbe evening. In order to accommodate those wsatuut to wake lying trip a t-cUl train will Wave ft. 4t . atloe t midnight on the 1Mb, and returning leave g'-iwmtl at w'fis'gbf en the lwb. Sic. kUWt ITT -At retseas a, Ve,. a "'.'. .ub mem. w east nsesoca test this UCa Ootober T. t&AWr& nZEnton 1 CioW JXTUM.-Oa Munaaj-. Oetoeer s. isea, sMtorae t saeiite, louageS ! enffl vtWhimm U laanees . ftroaus, aaai l Tear aaTii aw kUr at and tas-sAif.lflst POIWYTsi Oo a seturdejr. October t. MM, as sag reehtence tAJsWw'Vark ett. liaria. I- Poraytb. wus of the late Major ur wsn : A Poraith. I . A w aer aau year later oiout at Dcliuit lhWUi iMpuiiibi:r IlviKbts, Ttni Jobs i i.L.4 Main LcI c ;,.. L (. Mich Commrrttoner MrDonntit rtntnrrK Colonel McDonald, rommtstdjner of Fisheries, has returned to the city after an absence of three weeks spent In vWt Ittg the Kastern Stations of the Com m lesion. lie reports all the rtatlone he ttsited In good condition, and expect that the output from them d twins th coming seatow will he large. SPKOIAT. NOTIfjnS. fr3gTjtBro!tr or tub otsotttok TRADItlW NATWIIAI. RAKK, At wasMnttm, m tM OWriet of CMmeMs, At trre elope rt Bmiinin, oetoner s, Jo. loans and illctmnt. JKW.sn II U. 8. bonds to secure ettwilSrtSBa. mnroeo Dm rmm approved reserve aewiw Dae from other natronal hwiw.. . Do from Slate ban mm tMnlt- t I'nVln)t hntm, firrnHnre wit flx- lt!f Cnur it etpenes ami taxes paM rri-mlflurt nnU. 8. bonrl (ritcksarrd nthrrwh Items J xtrtatw fort lenrtijhone.... I llt of other bank... 1 rnrttcrml paper tmttmtf, Blck- M and rati Freote Ic?l trnrlrrnntes Kdfiptlon f nmt vrtth U. S.TrwM- erertsptrceat.of errenlatloti). as .,'8 ss ss HISS.'-)-. S,v? 1 1 ro.wons l. J S,lS1 mu 179 5. a;:i is,isa as s,sse ea Total 8'.M H MADILtriBS. Capital Mock pan! in tscomeno urnln fani' W0 m UndltMel iroflts ifit M NtloBl bark rretcK oatatam!- inr ts,moD lBtllfWnl deptHls tubjeet to ebeck SSI,S 47 Ctmamt eertlfloatn nt rtepostt.. 1W SO Cut, fit (I ehetk net 90 T.ue toother national bonks 7JKH W Dills payable Weterretl pment oa DenklBg HottM) V,0W 00 Total sse.'.sw ee fit'trtct ef relHmMa, tn I. HUKNTON U BALDWIN, oashlerofthe above nameil bfink, lo olninl7 swror tb -t tlio t)070 stutrtr.ent Is true to the best ot ray knotrlptttearil belief. imaNTON L. BALDWIN. Cashier. Sub crlbnt ami sworn to before me this ttbuuyof October, IStW. SAM cnoss. Notary 1'abtle. Corrcct-Altest: HKOItnK C nUNNINO, TMII. O.SriMFSH. K1I1ION3 S.SMrTH, WILL'AM A. COHDON, OEOKdK A. SUB1IAN. nirr. ' ir. Kr-itEronT or thk condition maJ OP TH NATIONAL DANK OF WASntNOTON, At Warhloston, In tlio District of Columbia, At the oloso of business October 3, 1890. ItBOUl'CBS. loans ami drtcoante S1,1H,W1 96 utcruraur-, iccurni anu UBa curcd II. t. l'onds to tecum circulation. U.S. Uontls on hand blocks, rccurltlee, clntnn etc Duo iroru approved retcrTO aaents Due I rem other Natlorml llenks.. Due from Stile Hanks ami Hank ers narklrjt-boutc. fnrnlture and Bx- S7 II M,l U) 70,000 00 1)1,750 00 2IMS M lU.WS W 7S00 ure lS.POnoc 7,1(1) 87 .ri.tw 7 3,'J16O0 Currrnt exi ei eit ami taxex paid. Checks ami other oati Iteuw IIIIIn of other banks Fradlonal rer-cr currenev. nlok olsnod cents 9.915 M Fprdo smut no LveHl-temler notes 30,170 00 U. H certlfieates ot deposit for legal tenders 90.000 CO Total SS,U7iille MAniLiTim?. Cni.llftl itoek paid la $en0.Ol 00 SuriJus fund IOO.OiU 00 Undivided protiti SSsN 40 ladlThluat depoelti subjeet to obk........ ,(W,tSl 61 Crrtlfled oheoks ,aio as Due toother 'atlnnal Uanks 3S,SBl 70 Dae to btato Hanks and Hankers. 9S 47 Total $,l5?,68tW PUtTicI nf CotvnH, Ceutv 4f HVwAiiwAM.w.- I. CIIAIII.ra WIIITK. cashier of the above-named bank do toleranlr iwear tbt tbe doth siaiemem is true to ma DMt or rnj knowledge ami belief. ClIAItLKS E. WHITE. Cajhler. Bubicrlbed and sworn to before metble 6th day of October. 160. alu kht b. iturp, Notarr rowio. Corrtct-Alteit: C. A. JAMBS. C. Y. HOWARD, WILLIAM F.5IATTINOI.Y, j.MiBa l, Nomtia, Directors. tST-DR. J. R. llEIIUV. D. D.S., " Astant Dewonntrainrof tbeUnl Tertltyof jtarrleid, has r.tabllshcd utlOlO riflreatb street northwest, asd sollelu pa tronage. (Irs, Dttrouj oxide and all anas tbetles adrslnlstercd. ocS-lm Kn-6TOCKIIOLDEHS' MEKTINO. a3 WuuiMiTON. 1). C. Oet. 7. IS80. There irill be a meeting of tae MockhoM ers of tbe Mi t'orm'ck Case Umbrella Companr for tbe purpose of coaslderlns ratterere'atlBi; to cootraets, on WEDNES DAY, C.noHE.t IS. IhOJ. at 8 o'eiock p. ra., at ibe Imperial Hotel, adjololog tbe Natloaal Tbcatre. ...? '."NASDA.rresMsBt. D. LOUGIIBAN. Treas. ocl St Beantlful eoraplexloas obtained by tbe rue of tbe EUREKA COMPLEXION H LEACH. Any lady or gentleman with any klad of skin blemish should glre it a trial. SatUfaetloa gsar anteed. Positively re moves fraakl,u. tJmnldd black beads, noth pateb. roDghnees and all diseases tbe Ua Ubeir to. PH1CE $1 AND S PER BOTTLE. EUREKA DEPILATORY. Warranted to reawve wpertiuoiis hair from tbe lace aad area la S Btinnlea wtlboat lajary to the soet doUcsUe kla. Free Trial at Ostea. PNICE, t. K8W YORK TXMLBT CO., Pa. ave. and Mth ., WJKBKA COMPLgi'HWJ SOAI. 4 CKXTS PER CAKkv. Lady Agents Wanted. s' OTICE. IT HA V IMG COME TO OUR XriCE THAT OTHER BBEiss HAYS sWKK 4l'BTrTUTED UXSEK WR UtBBL AXB CALUU) " PAUeT." XOWCE W HSBSSY tttYKK TO OS3K WOeTftiY PATStttMS AUD THE PUbUO AT LAksflE THAT fbOM AXB APTK TttiB BATS AIX COslKi I'nnWIM ssOTTUjsti "FAUiT HILBst" WILL HE HsUXBBO WITH THE LBTTSStS "A. b. H. A." ON TOP AKB MOTTsAU AXB THE WsjstB "PAVfllT" Oft THE aiH. ARaalaUH SUtsCH siststWIIHl Agss OATiasH, wumk acstWAiu. oeS-tt WAJsVUJstlsQsK HstiWrW XaWUM mQffifX AetsmscAat mxtmxAW tsiawt com iw tsee st. b. w. lor the atocaeeof Pamiture, CniTanJr eiamlnn baJtSkajb ttetdius pa eeor. Teiepbooe Ko tss. ALHJtHT M. HHAB. aesStijaj ifffijyat stana rarw HAVE TOtTB UUKIk) one of tae ssost Qsjissamiee ml Pdoes ssaisaa taoae watterstn wue-a rate (asters casts. P.T. HAJUUWf st aw. Mav aba. atoCaf erty in tbe only bat and bt-onet tradie maJiafiutarer la ibe city Cull and aee bar now sb.a n.eaiila zil prc-belug S4T&W nkZ.d foft hu Stored u the teleat allow. Or J or liumii y alUL-ld w 1X9 j i..'cw ". w 8rK0tAr. NHTiriitm JTOTrcit TO TAXPATtWB. Ow or wa ( Oi t.erTnn ot T Aw, II. fV oetotwsr s. WW. firsTrant to the proMon of tne art ap proved OrtoVer I. wo all atrenrate of wn eral taxes prior to .inly l. W, and asri" nents for special ItnTfrovements. tneiadlne tbe raylnt of svater watn ro due to. and the hens for which arc twiii h the mrtrtet of mirnnMa. mar be tald natil ocroBR't St, WW8, Bh a per rentwn ir-tercst In lien of the rate and penalties now fixed by I, and all aecrned em ts. . o nwn, oce.sst rotiectoT ofTatf-s, j. r. rfritocniALR mopsnATtvE o baF ctr. Members of trrls society In pns session of the trade card to APM1 isnt, and Intercstce In the matter of coal and wend Shnnld call on the mnwrslgtied fiefore otTo HKR 7 for mformatlrm, etc : a. t. Lonely, ana A st n e. Ajrrl Deplj smith Thompson. ts-M P sf n w, H. ard P. Dlv. War Dcpt ; L Van derhocf 081 Irenchst, Bn. stfaf : R v Paw eett. StiS Mass arc n e, Prmtlh And. off j .f. K. McCahe, Sd t n e. r o Hept : n. W. Smi) n, IlSBsU w. q. M. O off.: L F. nnnt, ntr) S t n w. Sixth And off.: I. E. 'iridic. 7 1. st n w, Pea's off . Tress ; .Tohn Morrison, 41Rstn w. Pension off: in-. Joseph .Tony, ftis Pa ave n w, 9nrr Oen.'s off : Edward Mxton, n 11 st n e.Oov Pm'e off.: J W. Darsha. fs H st n w, Ciish Rotrm.Treaa. By order of the ctrmmltte,J. W. HARSItA.See "tntr. solllm KafFKBT RKUKVBI). DR.WHITB, Mir, renna. ave., oppnette WtlmnTs Uotet. Thrmsnnds from far and near vWt Rr White's establishment for relief from and avoidance of corns, bnntons, dlseitewl nnlls ami all ether foot tronble. Itonr. Sa. m. top,m. finBdays 9 tort. Office fee, il per visit for rmttlnr the feet in good order. Betabllshed, 3ffj7wflJ4AMi,SB (Sneeesaor to Henry Lee's Sons), UNDBRTAKER. 3W PA. AVE. N. W., 8onth BMe. Branch Offlco. tts Maryland ave. s. w. WANTnn iinr.t. WrANTBD-DOYTOnUN ANELEVATORs Yr not nnderlSyearsof age. Apply alltoom HUNT ave. 7-St "lirANTBD-A NEAT WHITE Olltl, A1 VV nurse for Infant: , , .in tor, iui .iiiniii, un mi icnvt- nrm uvni til loferences required, tnqtilre 11 C st n . 7t WANTKD-A WOMAN TO COOK AND do chamber work In a small family; must bvo first class references. Apply at Mil Itlhstnw. 7. n ANTKD-SBTTLBD WIItTK OH COID womnn as cook: mnst hAvn rAferAniwis ami stay at nights Apply nt 107 1 st n w. WANTBD-IMI K 8T, A YOUNG COL'D Y J man as waiters also some one to wash dishes and help In kltchnn. 7-at VANTKn- WHITE (IttlL FOR OEN- V eral housework; must bo a good cook and washer and Ironcr; wages 110. Apply at His Mass avon w, 7 at "YVANTKD-TWO WHITE (URLS. ONE TO cook ami wash ami ono to do chamber work and assist nursing n small child. Call atlflltSstn w. all or 5-80 p. m. 7t "WANTED-A manuscript. HOY WHO CAN HEAD Apply at this office. "lrANTED-WIIITK WOMAN; NO OWLS 1 need apply, for chambermaid; best city reference required. Apply lraa j st n w. 8-It WANTED-A HOY TO ATTEND TO Horsf) I and make himself gtacrally useful; must not bn afraid of work. Apply aau Mass. nve. nAfANTED-A WOMAN FOR I housework; white: with Apply from H to in pm. 7lSKst. ORNKRAL references "WANTRD-A SETTLED WOMAN TO cook, wash and Iron and make herself generally useful In a small family; Call, 2 to tpm.iwsilthst nw, s St "WANTED-TWO WHITE OIItLS.ONKTO 1 1 cook ami wasti, i lie other to do general housewoik in small family, ately. nan it I ave. Apply limne-ll Olt WATED-A HOY TO DRIVE A BREAD 1 1 wagon: one who has worked nt baking preferred. Mil L st n w YrANTED-AN KXI'EHIENCBD WAIT- .It ress and chambermaid; references, obi Mass ave. tit "nrANTED-A OIIIL TO DO OENKRAL 11 tiourework; cood referencAs rnnutrAj. Apply at 121 Mil ave n e. 4 st WAMTIIP 8ITUATION8. VANTEb-BY AlajSPECTAlU-EniD 1 girl, aplaceasobaabermaldlnapiirate family, can give tbe bet of city references ifrcqulrrd. Ce'l atMSSOth st n w. 3t WANTED-I1Y A KfSPRtTABLK COL'D girl a plate ai elumbermablor lady's nurie In a private family or boarding boute; can furnish the best of reference. Apply Hilt 8th it n w. e-st ANTED-BY AWHITEOIRLA PLACE as cbamhetre-.ld. Call at WW M st n w. WANTED-BY A SETTI ED WOMAN A place ai cook or to do laundry work, years at last place; references. Call at cm 21st st n w. s-st WANTED-BY A STEADY COLORBD man, a place s driver; U .lBg and obliging CalloreidrcstlSNstnw. BSt TtMNTED-BY TWO COLORBD OIIUS- V pla res. oneasoooktbeottteras chamber- maid. Callat lSSSHstn w. rst rANTED-BY SETTLED WHITE Woman ll pace to do general boas ework or as chambermaid in small private family; no ob jections to helping la waahorlroB. Call or addre s ifit in g ;t TANTED-HY A RESPECTABLE COL'D 1 1 girl a place ai chambermaid or nur.e or lady's rasUi. AddrtnA. E. J., mi Sth n w. ANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE COL'D girl a place as cbambetmald or wait- ress. Apply at IS J M st n w. frit TAfTBD-BY A RESPECTABLE COL'D gin. ptace as cuaujtwrmava or wait re l olan family. Call at 1119 30th st. 7 St TV rANTBD-BY HB8PBCTABLE WOMAN, some lauuury wi 10 uu uome or oo oat by tbe day Apply iu uiiBV and au n. .. .. Z l Si ; n w. 7 WANTED-BY RESPBCTABLE COLORED ? girl, a altuation as nurse or cluuabt-r-mald; good reereaeee. Addrees KATIE W I Ll 1 A il bOH. 1 a t a w. 7 It WANTED-BY A WHITE WOMAN. SIT 1 uatiou as irt slaa Uuadrese; good ret erencee. Call or addreaa ISIS M.tuw. s-at WAJsTED-BY A MEgPECTABUC COL'D girl, a ulace a chambermaid or butm or lwjr mam, , caa gle referenees. Apply tat Alar won at OJ WANTED-BY KKSPBCTBLK COLORED 1 1 man a position as messenger; speaks French and Spanish; rood references. Ad dress M.. 12 Bast Franklin at. Baltimore. WANTSD-BY A RBaPKCTABLE WHITS 11 vmmaa. a plat.e aa chambermaid or take care of children. Apply to SSI 2Sth t. 0 H WANTBU ROOMS. TYrAJiTED-TWO UKPURKUHE1) BOOMS l for lady and son in the viviaty of Mew York ave and lltb at, rent not to es- io. Aauxeas a . v., ltiuo osace. tl WANTBU-MISUMLIANBOUS. A FEW BBtUHABLS HOOMg. WITH staaaa power, good elevator service and Bret class jealtorebtB, to tbe POST BUHJMKa. tor sent at lew sates to arst-ebvas tenaata. Appty to STILlsOM HUTCHUiS, W Poet or PHASE MAUUUtS. tetMsrln- vmuHtsi&ii. LADIKfe WHO KttOUlRH THE SRVK'B of Wtu aatsbliabad ami sellable II 4bf jl UMU tasaw pbyiial WiLsoJif; it andlUbanditt a- bhblolai, n,AW n,Ml d TM i.. fmt ...ii .,. r, Trt sflstvo. a . tn ad O laltlt ksasl 11 A. ft"'''"''''" WttB m&m omy sjun.un. STOW W THE TIME. WE WILL FAY tor OLD MB. t ISA F ilwsl Memhar U MumUIhxUw nuJ nHjAUAAAjjaa ImaibfAlrliVA aaUst ktkeniVtjIL sJSWkl'atV SUSAA, HkTATJ. OOH SALE-AHOIT AOBJU OH 3D ST X" n e ttxuiujoo uo Lt lino if the Bukuu un mJ So.dicr,' H iui ICv.!way boiUjAiMxr. Jl thti ootAtt; f the alt. CU,uf JUAliuti OUac Hi. .! d tVikVA ,J a ,- , j,ria- ty i' r k.coLv c r , -i r- yrt c el ..i.KIUii.V bituM ihiUr' (TV frff AOTlfH s.ti,m. I Wmt T. WroglV, AtrMtrmeer, I TvA Ml V gffVWrhP ms Mt&AwimM. .c. Ut vtrtneof sdcd of frnst anttfeorded amnrg the land records of the District of ve inmhia. m nt-cr mi. folio 7a, et see., and at the written rcqnest of the ttoMer of the notes sirc-nred on the hewn after dworibed let we sriii sell atpnbije anettoa tn front of 'tie premtsrs on waDHKsnAT, tub istb DAT OPOTTOBBB, 1W0, at 5 o'cloc n nt . fit tnai certain pie or parcel or gr-rnnn lying and being tn the connt y of WasMngton, In saM District, and known as lot seventeen 17i in bloc, eight (8).ot the subdivision of Ivy f tit, D. r; , as laid down in the ptat hrAs of the Snrvcyws OfD e of the lMstnct of Co lumbia, Terms of sale: fi oj In cash, balance In one year, at a per cent . per annum till paid, secured by deed of trust on the property, of all cash If desired; sen depo.it at time of sale All conveyancing at purchaser's cmt. Twms tone mtnrlled with vrlth'n ten days, or trnsteee reserve th rghf to advertise and sell at pnrchieefs cost aad risk vui.i.iAn rauiaaHAaa, WILLIAM T. OKIE 7n isssisn. FOIt KI5NT HOII.MSI. ITtIR RBBT-a ROOMP, UBrURmsffBD, tD J; floor; sonthcrn exprsnre: one square from ears atid herdlcs: no other roomers: hot and cpM water on same floor SDH It st a w. S St IOR RKNT-RtrOMg- ALL TltB DBLICt .L rlesof the reason for 19 per month at SflOO st; also handsomely furnished rooms If desired. s.St I7WR RBNT-KHJR BBAITTIFUL LABQE corner I: rooms, furnished; private fitmlly honse. open grates nav windows In everr room; qui red sonin men etisr, ir . . -1. X . -. .- front; references re- lini K t n w. Mt IjOR HBNT-lSDI R ST, THRRR ROOW9 : on Jd floor, en suite or singly; furnished or unfurnished; all modem conveniences; bath room attached; rultable for gentlemen; private family. net T?OR RKNT-IN PRIVATE FAMILY. WITH I: board, furnished 9d floor front room; hay window; suitable for genttetnaa and wife or two gentlerren; ali W floor back room for one. lSll llthstnw. Mt TjH)H 11BNT-S1 N J AVE H B, LABflB I. handsome rooms, no objection to honse kcerlng; also rooms suitable for doctor's or lawyer's office; situation desirable; near Capitol. 7. It TTOIl X' Me I RENT NICE. LAHOK roMWiRTA- room, with hath nrflo'nln. wllh hntnl: snltable for gentltroan and wife or two piBgic gentlemen; private ramily.Cfcll at ilWSthstnw. r.1t TTOH HKNT-THRBB NICELT H RNIIsIIKI) X rooms, singly or together, north an I south fronts and communicating. l7I7Craoritn st. ITOlt 11ENT- 3 FURNI8I1BD OR UNFUIh ms. ftl ftrmr. tn nHnl veltlwwit. X nlshed rooms, Sil floor, t children: suitable for light housekeeping-, all conveniences; reasonable terms. wllse. JpOIt RRNT-817 1STH ST AND 19W It ST. . n w, handsome apartments; fur. or unfnr.; open grate fires. sat TOIt 11ENT-8 LAROE COMMUNICATING I1 rooms on sal floor, with gooil table toard: hcrdlcs pass tbe door; terms reasonable. At gOW (l st n w a St 770H RENT-1115 I7T It ST N W: FUR 1; or unfur. communicating 1 floor rooms; private family; moderent rent; references re quired; Mt IfOR RKNT-t OR WBLI, FURNISHED : cheerful rooms In meoera house, near Pa avecars. Hoard If desired. lOlSMklst. 3t TPOR IIKNT-SD STORY SOUTH FRONT, bay window, largo nicely furnWie.1 r.mm, with tioanl for two; references. lftH ij t. IrOHHENT-fll71.rrHSTNW DBSIKMILX . rooms; 1st and 1 floors; 2snltes now v.i csnt: also single room; southern exposure. JOR RBNT-I30J K ST. OPPOSITE PRANK . tin Park: large, comfortable, well fur nlshol rooms; with loaril; southern exposure. T70R 1IRNT Pt'MNISIIKI) oh UNKITU. X' nlshed, 2 parlors and very pleasant 3.1 room: references. Wfi mth st n w. Mt TOR RBNT-8 KIRNISHBD FRONT Rooms; J' pleasantly situated. Ul Mh sine, lit 170 It RENT-CHEAP 3 UNFURNISHED . rooms on 8d floor. ISOO Corcoran St. FOR RBNT-1SISQ ST-PLBAHANT Rooms; furnished well; heated; lighted; SIN, SIS. tao, IS: last together, 535. 1st T70R RENT 4 SUITABLE ROOMd FOR j.- iirui nouseaeepingon 3U noor: ss in a l- vance. IsOCTtli stn w. 44t If Olt RENT-m STNW-2 FURNISHED .' rooms on l floor; gas and use of bath: 2 on 3d floor- ren t rettsona bla I St roil HALRIIOUHrM, Fit HALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. 8-ROOM frame bouse, Jnat finishing; nydrantla yard: lot lSxllS: snnir home: nrlna. lV An. Ply to ROBERT J. TUOMAif, lloom No. 2. Sjj iti-ll hst. I70R BALE TTIREE OF THE CHEAPBST bouses In Washington, 106, H aad lie Utb at n o; two-story and basement, brown stone trtmmlag; 7 rooms and bath; eleetrte belts and gas: price, S3.SO0 eaob. IS00 eaab balance to suit or trade for good lots. roil KK.NT IIOUMrW. F OR HENT-UNFUKNISnED- lilS Mass ave. 17 ra and stable seoo oo 12W M st n w, 1& rs 1W oo lSSINYave. lira i 00 nth st ex., 15 rs jss ou 13tw II r n w. 1 ra IIS CO lllSLttBW. n 100 CO 1737 o t n w, ll rs too oo Itit2lstnw,l4ra wo oo i7lsQitnw.il ra , so oo ms Oit nw, U rs oo as irosOktnw. lire St 3) trie st a w, it rs m m luseiHQw. lirs sis 14S0 n st b w. rs seoo Hlbtnw,2r9 iw r-toogbtoB st, ire seoo SMslithstnw tl ST lIHitnw,H. tU 2 Lafayette NiHare. IS re 1191 Florida ave. S re as SO i v MB w, Tr st SO leus 7th at a w. Mr aad dwg as 00 Ileus 7th st n w. i 507 2d at a w, 7 1 ttai lMhtB w, 7th aad Pouero rs aa oo sm as as inerov rts. 7 hoiua. eaAk. . . IS OS The above hoasae obm. ha axaBBMd bv u,. Bait from our ofltee only. THOMAS J. FISHER A CO., tSSi Fat. b. w. TPOK KENT TWO BRAND NEW SJ.X X' rosea frame bosses, bleb aad dry Usee tbtn; sear ebarehee and nnhUe inhirij hn UBtoctoinu Iaqalreol A.llEHBBND, OSB StB W roll BALE AMI IIK.NT. TO SAL ESTATE BULLETIN' ' ' THOMAS E. 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