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SAMUEL FKKSMAX MII.t.KH.
The greatest Iswyr-r on the SnBretM
P.cnch of the United States wss Tester
rtay stricken with rtsralTsts, nmt now
lies -within the tlark Valley of the
Shadow of Death.
SAMtst. Freemak Mitten ns born
la lUchmewl, Ky.. April 5. ISIS. He
tvM graduated at the meillr-al depart
ment of TraBtyl vanla VnlfersHr In that
State In 199. lie practiced for a sUort
time ami then abandoned medicine for
the law. llelng a strong bellerer in ami
advocate of free-soil doctrines, and
fuTnrin emancipation, though he
took no part to politics, he
was Induced by the drift at public
s fairs to remove In !"i0 from his na
I've Stale to Iowa, lie there adraneeil
sit rcre to the brad of his pmfewlon,
tril. taking patt In public affair, be
i iroe a leader of the Itermbllcsn prty
upon its formation. He steadily tie
dined to bold public office, though
iftcn pressed to accept State and local
r-mlnatlOBt. In 1WW he was appolnte!
oetate Jostles of the Supreme Court
ly I'restdeal Lincoln, lie kas occupied
that position evir since, and ha long
I een regarded at the greatest lawyer on
the Itench and the legal and Intellectual
meteor of C'hlf .Tuctliv Mxhsiivll
mill J ustke Stowm.
Iiidjre Mitt.su sirred with four Chief
.iii'tlne, Tfy. Ctin, Wait and
1 . 1. 1 En. On mo 'teutons he c.tme
i itr being himself mode Chh-f Jiutlco.
'Ihc first was whee. Cnr. dylua
l'loAkknt Gbuit bsd tb sppolatmen'.
to of his nomiM-et. (ikoriib II.
Viimt and Cmkii Ct -hiso. wero
iijcctrd by the Senate, l'redlcn
On a T woubl iben have elevte.l
,1 tittle WtLLBit to the Chief Junior--hip,
but for the jealousy of Justice
Swayrr of Ohio, wbo m hi senior
on the Bench by a few month'.
Finally 31ummsok It. Wait received
the appointment and wae eonOrmed.
When Chief Juatke V vrrx died Presi
Otut Ci.veun thoueht seriously of
rolvanclHK Justice Miil.K.ii to the Chief,
.imtlctsblp. Hut various reasons Inter
lined to ptevent this, and Melyii.lb
W. FriiRM was appointed.
-lodge M11.1.KK. hlwajs a strong ami
ouststeat Republican, never mingled
jilltlcs with bit law. nor allowed parti
mil ceasUetatloaa to sway hU judicial
dtcittoM. On the lle b he has always
Uh the learned lawyer and jui Ju4k.
Xeeetthelea. be has been often Hamea
in sn avallabJe candidate for hut party
! put in the fkld fr President. Uk
f iher tntleent Jusiicta of the Supreme
Court, Judge Millkm would have liked
to exchange the ermine of the .Indue
fur the purple of the I'resideeey. lib)
wrty, however, never named him. On
ce of twu oecasien it weni further
KDdewtalnly fareti wotse.
Judge JIiu-m was the orator at the
( oneUtutioaal Ceetennlal Ceiebretion at
rbtlmklpbW en gepfember 19. 1867. m
wbieh ffceeeloB he delivered a learned
and splendid oration.
In society, and with the Weebingtoa
I ublte generally, Judge Milleu was a
gnat favorite- In coataaesi with the
other members of the Supreme Court,
Le w a tereat diner-out. He was
fauillUr flgure on the street, often
" a Uat the entire distance from hi
bi treta the C'apilul. ab-'Ut two mites.
It i MM too much to sey UuU the strik
ing dmwm o no one U wohU hnwa
is'cd so wUspred Of so dsmp-Cel
mpothr in thU eoousuwity as
ihrotujksMit the cuustry l Utgsi th
tiUmj down "' 4Miii Fkeemak
Mii4s.
Tlii; PCWiXT IM X mUUMUL,
Wttt the PwrshiesM renaewa
UievoKt This mmetinsi fa) bow beUn
very fieetjr dtscuafsd by pmt many
jmiVWBjBJr 9BiBBJgBsBBjB epB SBJgJSBwBBBB)Sj BBsV S4gBSBeB yBBBB)
i'reeMMBt ougki to .kk hiat out at
os0 la Ksbjow. but ttm roeeennn of
1 1 teeftsi mm to be tias the PtetsdeAt
will not tUtr to do H.
It is ante to amy Uhst w graver ehwge
wi nnmr aaadst aimbmt anv asm Ib hiss
' " ; njsnnBBBBP wsjnnnBWSir" "'m "" w "bj
uitce thAB the thawie thai haa been.
u eat aMaVe wad jveal BfulBti. wM
m imtif emttmed by Tseammsf Hus
u f.
Hb eluvfe U tht ifr, Hi
i t, UviM-Ek, LiKui end other
ledBBat slsBMsliAceMU djSjjBhjUsststtJf se-
i ei ami jsBtereil iai a sTSMmWy b
'.: eeeae tlkiee oi the grot iisjaVM el ts)sa
L hM; Bsmely, IndiaBs. Cosmacskut
x.. I Wm Vligtoi. the '"' objael
b nf b saWiBy UnmUuimiu thaes.
j I tfcM tiwke sure of teaty-seve
taecaj bj Ut- HBeo h
s), hh) MtJie.es- o be very BBAbwi
uceed hXwaetf. Th IttAswy A
i haJd casWirtM.y uMHWy u the
IMMt of lit. Fwatimt HAMMftMi.
bee very siy InlssssMnd by the
WtfeVttbtfetioMuif Bvo 4 D;
. f h tbeb- eboitivtt esTjet b esoltB
- k iheir "bsftr Tswlr excJUuMlsuav
BU ei.pliu . but e(4towJUi. ajw to
iVt thai all iM Mirn-i-a ami
fc04Vtf sdtmap was be cr-
i B9isfisid sasabalo las tbe aamB
btiaubwff- Oh. swtavf ' Uv.tu
ijd in a w-b-uw f
, t..JauLbo1 L Wbj LnU) ait, Ibc m "l
,. U. jU' - L. -i.tla LU itfCU.l V-1-
..i ' fti.d tt. ittUU W Ibv cuocxeU:
fon of buylne; and delivering voters In
"WweM of lltr. "
WoiveM', 85 lo tlw cWlBfeomw rrewf ,
TtesMiret HrrW faw rlfWnBy
fwrd bt itnllt. tiit n mjcIm to nvttbt.
In Ms tffrrts to nvold be Be rmtt more
rWrrfy IwrtmfiMW-s Mmeelf ad hi M
tdl.ite confederates, ' nt, R hbetleved,
fwtb-r Implicate the FresMent Mm
-!f. Ift that h meTrfs the absurd decf
rntfdtt tie be d'd tiot met byMs
fff!t to tb FwslrbBt that he woM
ley tbti Mmm CBm- of -' practical
)HC,, n be btmeetf hs tternnnl
Dtttl W, betottt the PrrK!or of th
trtrtttft Fretcs, wbeft tvory "crrool-boy
ft tlm cmjistty can plelnly wo that ha
dU iMCMt xftctty that very tMnf . Xrtt
Mly US bt he eery stMftglv IntlmeJtes
t U tetter to I.rawsr that the Pretl
dMirtoeft tub mnch tnterest la it
Stock "pttetfcal pollitw." but tbt At
rOfBey.rJnrernr Sm.i.rr rw nnt. Well,
States evidently kbows. if any one
rloet, precisely hel the F'!llln'
tie! are on the rnw-Mln of 'pracilcsl
ptfitlc," and, hunting ihm, he pm
fun I.isrwtst posltlfely, who man!
frrtry dM not want to steel the
r If dotal vote of the President's ow
dear Mate of Indiana wlthmit
the Jtsecutlve sanction, and he prom
ised h Itn apparently without any acru
pics at all, and a one feeling rwrfectly
nureil of his object, that he would lay
the whole transparently w lokwl scheme
bifcte the President of the Catted
Stale. Did he do It? The upptU!on
tbat he did, and that It received Incen
tive sanction, has been greatly strength
ened, not only by Hi'SToVe absurd plea
in avokiance that be meant only the
president of a local club out In Indiana,
ami not PrnshJent Hammm, but by tbe
further very recent diliwtrw, sup
ported, as they are, by I.i.kiwrt's lite
rtrrnlaf to the negroes, that tbe scheme
is right now being cariled out. The
"grand herfrs" has already boen Innu
guratrd, ard if the tbrce ftstes numcd
shall not I' utgrolttd In ample time
for 1M. it -ev lit be only became the plot
lias beeae.tpoeed.
If llrs-rox bad simply told the truth
about tbe scheme, be would have put
himself, as well m President II KHtsox
in possibly no betttr, but certainly in
no worse, light hfrir the country
than be lias dose by lylnit so pilprtbly;
ami, bad be told tbe truth, tloubtlets
1ml li he an the President would have
ft It much better to day with tbelr pros
pects of a nnal home In Heaven very
greatly enhanced.
Now, In view of tbe whole Mtuitfon,
no it stands, what oueht the PriMdent
to do with Treasurer Ilcwrox? If he
I irk Mm out t In lCii.iKnR, Hi kto
ti tgbt tll something that would ma.te
President Il.utwwx vity unhappy.
If he hi eps him in, be ill i-erUlnly
very gross'y outmce tbe pubJte orm
ebncc. bo, the President of these
United Stairs is truly In a vary pitiable
condition. He Is in a great tliltrnm i, sail
tbe country walla with deep anxiety tn
He wbkh horn hU Excellency will
'ake, ami, remloly, It nattura but
little which, since tbe .VdmbilstMtioa
has already tieen put In a hole, out of
which it will be very dlltlcult, if at all
posslbk. for It tn rnltw luelf.
Hut, while waiting to see what tbe
Prrtldent will do In the prmtiMfS ui vln
dli'Hic, as faras possible, the integrity
of bis Administration, tbu entire coun
try ought to bnw It acknowledgements
to tbu New York UWU for Its superb
journalistic enterprise In gntbering the
facts ami exposlnic tbe great eonepi racy.
W V2UMAKF.RISW.
A fat pamphlet U published la Phila
delphia, which bears on Ju title pesje
the fallowing:
i THK WANAMAKICK BOOK CATA- I
J.OOLTE.
1 Beesis, )ske other Bwrhnnriiia, at
i fir t'fSBM,
Johk Waamaiibm,
tiifintiiimli
VThat a sfltesulhl Uitanee of K.vn v
MAKBHieH is this. IbviLsaremMblsgb'it
mrcluiadikt In Wanamakkwa eyeo.
l.iierftturetsmerewerehendWe. W.ixv
M.ikBKWAt jiruUlted the wk of ttta
"Kreuuer Soanta," )rovkleil tbe til,
count was b1k enough, but as it wuea't
Waxamakewsm desnaadetl its suBpres
sioa. WAXAXVESJUeM nsakee HterehamsiM
of evtrylbia. Ait. HUrtUuse. plitie,
haaar, Muiisstt alee e, fftrieial ssasbm, see
ail metchsaijise under tba Wasa
suxbbui syaiaw.
I Gesbkai. Bivtt was appointed
Assitai Becfessry of ihe laierior for
the iatess purijo of lelitviag all the
ib-urt froas UVlr dUaJblliitos sad iwa-sssedaft-
them, he k eeitabWy earryiag
out his part at Use roaiiscl, HU Utast
decisioa whack peiwtts th peassoaiM
f toWfer whit ealbstad Is th Cua
fedetase Ajsuy to escape imprUoaastM
hss escaVsd mw-k atscatas crttieisia
ir"TTf haaorahle veterans, if that sort
of tbbsg to ties of war is to be com
steaded, or eve allowed uattW say clr
ciimstsirei. U weuli utterly auuvast ail
.fijjifry i m the btasnl si futty
upoat sil priifiajsn ot war wka seaasia)
Uue to their colon sad face tfcs sstsTar
iag and vbtagvrs of issprUoamea
yilkar tltaa dasatt to tB aBaaiy.
What wo tub fJivurTnii IhaaMeiTas
thlBh of the lt i. Hi swat da. hhsS
afatUbsg thess lato petieiBsi sly
aasi disirlhsiBBsB saaas aaBaad aajioaw
vertasB Ntiiaer Ssatcs to be tseed easy
Hi a ssese eoateaieswe ea slacfesss) sJayer
I it v iasuM to thir BsrhjTsi o ha
thas smsBwiwd of as If bmm cMsl
By she ssesttoty of ti) JBMMSsm Ls'
couk sadsswU owe in at tmmtnm
they ougb, en aw, k sebulte ihe iar
Mtlt at tb ouluia Kwvahef.
feu.! Bi4i is sh4m OW
yms sa ikiAHisaa
batajajMl waist sad Wasv sv afchaf
"BciiTdi. thai BLtiwc ri fifawfaj aad
Hcs4u.k ptaMxtlMa coaaJssV
TWA'.. WwwJBtJr pms
. mui itismsviiit at the aaaiaact est
bsssbt Kr "ssesesetwif " -npw '""l aBBjnBm'Jr TPfJ"
smukbmbI sw i albMi' fMaB sVBBa)OUMia
tutky tea .Ub b whtebldMessue staad
Ui S bo) .
-
H.i10 sb.W ui!ic tt- j.. ill i
JjJ-'tAi DUUSI olvl I'J aUbVrt Uis
fopulsr will In three of the cn-v Smtc
of the Union by ftetr treirTo colotrl
tto. Infamy " I It bme they fear
the PtesMcTit !nl knowredge of and
approved the piot ? If rs all tbe stesrer
h the rcawri why they shwnbt b swift
to expose It and ntipsrlnglBdcriacl
ailottofR. This pwt.rrrc.ti. camptcs fa Sowth
Strotn Ci'oHrrS Is wstmlagtip. trr
ftatt-TtM,ttAS DeBtocrsirc ettathlsfsfer
Qotenifw wS bwrtred in eligy at rtef
sixtw bwt BJrgfit.
WAlitr?flTr.jt t ts a ewy HMeUe
Ibom bday
IfOTJIL
ARRIVALS,
st. ,Tmt$-Henry t, Motte, PMtsdel
tAtfj B. F. tWrtwaj. A. S. Wrh-kertroff,
M. rswtBatief arM L W. Flrettok and wife.
!-wTothj XiK.U It. IVrtttns, Athen.
Pa.; J. W. Htrtbetl, Tcas: Mr. T,. te,
Twcoma, Wat. K, rta-hstdson, Orcen
tille, Ps , Andrew Oraff, Rronhlyn.
rrVnn . J. It. OeWM, MertfWd, .Ws :
W. u. .Morse and ht. Sew Torn Mrs.
M W. 1 ntigstreet, AMMpnHr; C- M. ftewit,
Chti sx.
MttmtrA'mnK. C. Kftspp and wife,
Msron, s: A. II. Woi New r.wh;
Cbsrltft Orfker, l.inrenceburt, Ind.: H F.
P. neetlie, South Carolina.
XnHmrtl M. ff. Oyevt Clratleston W.
Vs. : H. Msrcns snd Prwion Renyon, Xew
Tors; J. R. fheltr, UrsmI ttapMs; R.
Stcbots, Xtwsrk; K. O. tlnseelt snl wife,
bowelt, Maes.
7jfrf Jhnm-P. O. thflc and B. .1.
FlfM, Belfast, Me.; It. K. Tonssitnt. Now
York; V. It. Worm, tfew York,- Henry
Weber. MUses K. C. and L. C. Price, Oectf
ton, Md.
(imifrrt't It. P. Pfstiy, Coneeetteut; C.
W. Rousion and II. C. HobeHs, Hsttirnore.
XnrmnnHit C. O. Vmy m1 T. If. I'eole,
New Torht Oeorge A. Itayst, rhtlailetphia;
W. A. VYIlWl, Xew York.
7.--J. B. llajner sod C. W. Mllnor,
Alton, 111.; C. O. Weston, Hoclweter; V.
F. Olbtons, Ltovelsifl: A.t. II. Ro-mn mt
II. Warwick, Chicago. Chester Wolis, C.
S. Xavy; I i Forith, C fl Stite, R. I,.
()llh, (ieorgn Smith smt K. R. Goirerty.
Arliiifitim M. Auerbarh. Nun York:
Charles Psep, Fnglsml; W. It Koircrf, II.
Mer.de, I-hlladeliit-ts: II. It Done sort wlfs,
ashlngton C. It., I blo; Kilwsrtt Stick.
Csmbirdge, .Mass,
II nimnPf-' (Jsorge Yeaer. Wstertown,
S. V.: Nosb Ufsrk, Mrooktvn; J. A.
SpnrTorb S. C. Austin, K. U. Sclitmprborn
and Msk Frieilnun. New Yotk; 3, K. Clsrks
SsvsdmIi, Us.; W. C O'MttsNsti.1 wife,
V. C. llskln. Boston; Artbttr Parke,
Dttrolt.
tl-irmJfvN Kdwln Mevcns, J. H. (tooth
st M. 1). CHtt-je, New York; C !. Henry,
lisltlwoie; Dr. . A. Nerttstt, Xew York;
Koliert Msrblll sel wife, Revrgta.
Him-Itotjurt WIM, New York; John
A. rlsrnsr-1, .UhenWe, .V, 0.; T.. J. 11-1-Uw,
.1. H. Hitebeti, W. (1. Cats, II. U
Mlllsmi nml K. Ii -KyOerot V. V. A. C;
n. Krorett, I'ortUbiJ, Conn.
If. ekrr'th - rtkur Moore. J. C. Watson
snl ('. a KlHier, Nw York: Thoma J.
Morrtfoti ml iercme Crtilt, Jr , -t. Lout;
P. V. tvtntcr, totniito, CantMM.
PERSONAL.
Mrs Cmlcr. the widow of the Indian
risbter, li s blsck bsireil woman of me
ilium helabt ami gmctou preeeee.
Iltr tompleslon is rosy, and she ! Or;
(ilitiilt of health anil votithfulntis.
Clarence It. Ksndlelt, wbo, by the
dtaib of Mr. Thompm, ttecomes aecrv
tary of ?iie of Xew llampsblre, U
probably tbe yoiingcst man wbo ever
tilled uch office. HeUhut34.
ltt-v. John Jasiwr. wbo lots made
himself ami the mm famous by bis lec
ture on tbe latter luminary, has been
luvlud to deliver an address at the
tmarr-ipallon anniversary on the 13th
fntant at lUchmnnd, 'a.
John HlekF, Unilwl Stales Unister
to IViu, afivr a short vl-.lt at bis home.
Oshkosb, 'Wis., lias siaiuil l return V
his jwt of duty, by wy nf Suattte and
San Fianclsco. IIh ttavuls al'ine, hv
Ing left bis wife and ton In Peru last
summer.
On of tbe principal leaders of the
temperance nu-vt'tneNt In Great lirlula
Uilr. Wjudham Portal, the proprietor
of Ihe Iiveratoke Psner JIllUi. where
the paper that tbe Dank of Kaglaad
notes and tbe postal orders are made of
U (Manufactured.
W. A. Sartoris of Kailand, an uncle
of Keltic Orant Sartoris, lis been on a
ijuiet tour of the West with a view of
making some Inveetmenis. It U bU
(IrU vikil to America, swl be expresses
bimself as iH-iog mueb mrprUl at tbe
great mineral wealth and natural ad
vantages of the West.
Prince Ilbtuwrck has a strong super
itltbm concerning the number 3, which
be considers hat always played an tm
ui.riaot (tart in bis life. The armi nf
bis family busr or the motto 'In
trlalute mbur" three trefoil leaves aad
three oak leaves, all earlcturs of him
represent bust tib three UaJre on hU
bead; ae lis ikre cbiuiwa iteruert,
Wirbeim and Marie; he his three e-
Utee FrMirlch-rub. Vsrin ami
8chouhsusea . he has fought ia three
wsrs sad sisoed three trestles of peace;
he sirsaged tbe meeting of tiut three
emperors sad eUbllfced the Irltdeal
Haswe. Finally, he has uader btw
tbii-e political parties the Coaserva
lives, the Sfalkuud Liuerwls sad the
Ultrsnu-ntsaes sad he has served
thiee tirrataa emaerof-v.
what short bop crop n-urtaads assy
be realised wheat the too, too brief
jdaja of lager is eaded for a dim.
This year th crcm l ves-r shart,
both ia tads ct marry aad ia Baglanri,
aad tba Bsiea of hops wtti rise very
graaUy. Bear drkiUBig has become s
pratuce to coaBsajMi with M ssthmsll
tbtsUAassstcs that e notable re-Jus-tiua
iu lsger would be widely felt.
We have brevariae eaoBfJi, but waat
are they wlthoat the due supply of
heftf It U m u& r ut ti v ctp,
A WMtjUl 8 WAY-
I i,w Wf BUM 'Mats U saule thrUi
TkwWsaiR jitsasf Mps tkttdsrsdtod
tTBT'
a, led I pmsurti wsthssaee they wen
TsweMaalhasat, I had apajtlsj their
1 'itttukmmSSt
IWyTiwa- taatshsaM
A d nut laHiesidu assr es sb
Relied,
1 lukc -o aos; sa dsaam m shriesT
idii-bsiinjr;
l uia 47. yss Usmrn saMasjk
That rw.it eaoats my swssf ahjh s ws-
UefiMs: JhMtf4iNeKigajMye
w aBBeBBBT a JHW VfMI WfJ P Sawp wWs 1p
AssUl sstBBasBBTWissi VagM fgMal bbbbbbC Asssff IM
1 an naisiapF' '(bw vimir "SJasjapw '"sbbbst bbw " viw1'
vua wob?
I
KaU Wjrassi VCassV lM0al SBBB
1. J SUM
sbw "sj (p' gpe"'w BjBip TBBBr ajrapw
u..--rMcHaw,44aBau b4
SWtt.
i l' MsVWMWtlW WBbaw
lii'iL.r yr-t .-uj lov! aesaftut, i
i -fa ' j tti.4-1. c. u
'- ' i
mi GUT.
li t ft trawgatwws m PewrfWR
rrlih sw Itwtmy nw.
Some dny It wll! come to be nnder
stood tbat guying a morxfy. Irritable ,
man Is as datigrrotw rs toyrns; srlth a
gun which Bis? or may not be rosnVi.
Timporsry Insanity K erttb some
trtrsment. Ibe sure result tf loit
cevtf nu d ond Inceswot ridicule. The
sott nf marines which setperl Private
rMmmos In Itmlyard Kipling's story
poswtres tbe victim, and mitTrJet ttetrm
from tbe eye of a maa therstofore
peaceabbi and inoffensive errmtgb.
A brlntl fury suddenly converts htsbelp
h st Weakness Int" .irwrbwrnse strentth.
tVlih t iiual juildetincs, cttsdat an t
contempt fot him are chsntred to fer
and respect.
Evcfy few day thi- crime columns of
tbe newspaper's contain a-co'ints of
ttagedbs growing from such a cause.
Revolver or knife sends "mc tormc
tot to his account and tbo real ttctlm
gm a to prison fur life rr Is lun it.
It's n cruel, cowardly lo-stitt ! which
prompts a combination sgstest one mrtn.
The others enjoy a brtnsl spoil at tbe
espenseof bis feelings, Such an un
fortunate man, when driven to despers
tlon. Is entitled to lenient treatment br
jiidcc and jury. It Is hardly a crime
which he has committed. It U more
the derd of a madman who Is not re
sponsible for his action. He needs
Imprisonment under cmditioas which
will change his nature and teach him
wisdom and self-control. It Is ceneralty
an ill natural and unsociable mtn who
Is made the ohlsct of ridicule by bis
fillows. "He doesn't know bow to
take a joke," and bis impotent reswnt
Kinl silts np fulling sgslnst him, lie
is not ttn ng .-nouh to give as well M
lalc. He Is not strong enough lo
nsstcr bis own balled, lie shows hit
fiellnss. and adds to tbe perslsteM of
his tcmiwitor.
A little mote of the milk of human
kindness and a littio more of self
conttol would save millions of hours
of sharp torture, would save many a
man frtro Injury and death, and many
another from a prison cell or tbe gal
lows. The philanthropist who can In
vint some antidote for this teaslaf
instinct will be one of the world's bene
factors. A REAL FHEIICAMWT.
tf lint llii)iirnril Inlnn Athletes I'onil
nt IUIIiIkb
ftH th ft ir Mrt ."ia.
Tlit ic is one point in f:or of atblct
lis wbltb cannot lie disputed, nn athlete
can iivver lie an Anarchist. He is too
fond of cold water. Heir Moat would
bare bad n fit could be have seen the
trouble, two prominent athletes prac
ticing at tbe grounds of tbe National
Athletic Club, at Itidgewool Parte, took
lest Sunday ir.otnlng to obtain the In
ury of a bath. One of these athletes
vas a piomlnrnt mcmlier of Ilia Xa
tlonals, known os tbe tllver.toogued an
rnut.ecr. the olbrr is rhbtly notetl for
the x car and t nr be constantly Imposes
on tlif A. A V lioatd of iimnnvera to
fret cbt;is nualn' him.
Tbe Mi ry hi loM hv an eye wUocns
wa 1 le: As the r'ub bad no shower
baths i.i rpcraltin at the ti'iic, the
sibli ttn pcrfoiUMil their ablu'.!.ns as
In t they could tinier n pimp lit fi nt
of the sd J scent bole!, bu the two afore
said athlttes wire not sattiiled with
snylblng Ussthan tosl submersion, so
they tilled tbe horse trough with water,
carried It belli id the hotel and emptied
It Into an empty bosshesd whlrh was
standing there. After the latter hail
been fluid be of the metallic tongue un
da nul and jumped In. A moment af
trrttto wiling indies appeared, just Iu
1 1 Hit) to tee some handsome fualures and
a ucally combed hang disappear behind
tbe edgvj of the cask. The head re p
peered shortly, however. Hint fr un the
cek came tbe nnaouueument. "Tills
cveut will lie found ou pigu W) of the
programme. Au attempt to beat tbe
record for staying under water 1 mln-
utr, !!? secomls, by Jau es Finney."
Mbereat the head dlMftiered again,
ami so Old the ladles. The attMtipt
came wllhia i minutes, 2TJ seeomU, of
tbe record.
..Outluu" fur KoTcmbur.
Autumnal sporu ate richly treated in
"tiuliug" for November. This popu
lar magaitlne has beea a surprising sad
gratifying success recently, aad devoted
as it Is to healtbr outdoor sport aad
travel . bss made a rkld peculiarly lu
own.
The contents are as follows: "Seiplag
on the South 9lde of I.oag I slued." ti.
I. Hreshcr; "Turtllng in Florida," J.
"M. Murphy. "Football Studies for (tp
tsln sail Coach," AVsller Camp; "Oslt
foraiaoH Horsebsck," Charles Howard
Shins; "A Canoe Trip Down tbe Chip
pews." George P. Mslhes: Wrestling."
I'roicssor llltcbc ck, "I'notoeraUlag
lattrloM." C. Ileadley. Jr ;-The Hai
('anadisn Yacht Club of Toronto."
Frank C. Draper, "My First X-r-weeisn
Saluwm," Mrs. i:. Keaaedy;
Tic Cbaaipioa of the Sslmoa Sat
," C. II. J) ; "The Nstioaal Uwi
if Miencots," I.uwleosat K I. F.
OWoe. L. S. A.: 'AlBlatic at Wit
lUme CoUege," Saabora Grovu Tea-at-y;
Bjcttesi. 'ltsacbi lci Muerto,"
Chsb furies King. U S. A.; "Pts
lliddea 1jw," a cvcitM's ssory. Heary
FraaeU; ahors Opea Wiadp; Oit
lag lircord.
or Umu u i
The Irish aaoola are pruebdestag to
the worU that they ate la wat and ask
for food to drive awvy stareask b, Mr.
Balftwir lisf Istes these b) dBRgysr af
fattdaa. aad that all waas will he susv
tl tissQMgb the tssaal caastaeai. As
Sir. MalfMU U taj iaveseias easwsjr af
Iitlaad, It U ware lhaa pertsshie that
be U f aiaifyiag ilia Uats.
I tehm)mruJ. bimirbieorb. KuebUwc.
Poisoned
by Scrofula
Is tiie ad siury nt iaaj UtessMde smmsMt
tfctuJiBo init ol ibetr ewa avtoluUU
ssvte eilWMi)r tiiaa aur uf bar s buxeeissrv
aeiesie. sad fui tids ui navsea- Adelag
fomii ivmue '?4l UiseygwbmS beiint, tee itat
asa bwta iMaM es Bjobbbs'Ic. wMt
tr -jBvsd d vbsts tiae; seen l a
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ssJsasariUa. aab Vr posmeseJ etaet
V"tstoodeBJ4ttfics-vo tbcris
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v t . S,
1 art. i-ij t,!1- I UJ-.La.
leilsseaes thae kOlr
FOR A GOOD SHOE
VISIT
Wilson & Carf's
For an Easy Shot!
1(0 to
WILSON Ik GARR'S.
We earn the fcert brneof Patent
feather 9boes lot bedtei sH rjen
titrwtnat jsarafrst
Wilson & Carp's
fiKililtmnltte Mioe ?let
.o. eea r .srttr.irr .v. w.,
wssntnewB, s. a
BALTtXORtt STORB,
i nml uKfl' it a i,ti. md iti: smtiitrr.
otf iflji m
W.A PlbtRCB CO.,
Si'COESMll? to jfc , UAVW.
M.MRBT SfAClS.
ctmer t Siekth street
AS VOV SHE,
We srs ta'krnt; MthiKms awln.
And we don't intend to stnp until It ts tint
terselly admHteil byeompeteiitsnil nnblnsed
Itxlsts that the Isrmt ami let seleuteil
(orktf Hlbon at tbe mnstnexlnrstn irle
toberonml In the elty rs shown lir W. A
1'lKHCKA CO. Afterreuhavetrreit sit over
t sflilnston fur the shade rnn wsnl In 1Mb
lion tMltioat bstae sHocessfnl, eoaic tot'S.
The next ttme you will eotce tu US first, for
our assortment of shaites Is more thaiulOHMe
thst o( aay other house In the city. We keep
everr hail that Is maimfMt until. Krerjr
time a mw shade Is brought out we set tt, no
matter how sear II i to what we hero In
toek already S-nlf you onmot matoh t-e
shade of yoerruotln hielt l mt madeamt
It will sot be worth while to vmMe onr tltH
If) log
That Job In Mtrntwthat we mlieitWeit It
yeletttj' "frlttu" U telllM ft.
H hen rou iret an All llk ftlbbun I. u. t.
ant ill loetws wide for s. 3, T. S and let- im
Tar.t, ttts bound tutnovr: the i.tke nicit.
If jon are laterssttnt Id 'eekwesr job
thwulit essnlee our Muck nf ttnlflBas. Tner
U a perfect gem tn a narrow Mtbbon Hoohlnr
In Wdlffurei t coluis for lie t-er rant.
Then we are sbstwli-g a pretty noreltj- la
Ciete, shell rattcrn, Ih rardtnal, while,
i-ieam, tdstk. nit areaa, lleht btee, lvwiler
and metre SnUheU. with iroW and ullrer tin
rel, at 'Jfte per ysnt.
XatlBitaadMuebtrw.'KblleHllh cut silver
bead, bUKkvltheut llraad sold beal.
tledaced from tl.W to "Se per yard-
Patlte aed Sarsh W ledr Tt In new ool
otlngs. extra width, 4; Mob.
Bwail lot of ruin and Kethrotdered CYepe
ite Cfatne fisrfs MedHotil from gr aad M.U
lo wl l asb.
llaad BmbeoMered Mall Ties. KediMmil
from it.n to teach.
Of ISTSKKBr TO KVBKY WOMAN.
Alt which ant vexed with tbe tMMceilty
of the dress book sow lame Wwthae la
tiedaee the lleUmx fiitem Hook.shiwlar
Ibe fUlowlaa autiblrM aud t-xtraotdlaary
Merits: Basy adjiutineBt,uaseUdtreaeh,
laredsmbtUtir. Tbbi book hi Maaufneliite I
la Mb er, Wat k aad drsK wrth afes to mh teh.
A 1 rab Heek aad Jtf Is a sew and most wt
efawe seeassiea U weeaaa's dress., The De
Lear It oak can be faaad (a ear VetbMi 1
pattaseat. Piieetteaeattl.
UK, A. PIERCE & CO
u
hrccasiaOKS to K. u- da vis.
719 Mffiiit Se 719
Career Mfctsik Ssseat.
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: WESLEY
. a JWCBHbT 9 B6TbSbT alft'Bssy av
KDJOININC TH1
METHOD 1ST UNIVERSITY,
Oernrjr Loughboro and Tunlaw Roads;
Ti.t Sule oi this Most Delightfully SifUnted
Property Opens
SEPTEMBER 25
TSND CLOSES
OCTOBER 25.
Price, 10 and 2D Cents Per Foot,
11 Splendid Opportunity to Double Your Investment
Within a Reasonable Time.
This property is most beautifully situated on a high
ridge overlooking and in close proximity to the heart of
the city. The electric cars pass within a few hundred
yards ot the place. It Is high and dry, and the great
panorama, ever presented to view, of the Government's
beautiful buildings, the hills of Maryland and VIrginii,
with the historical and classical Potomac River, makes
WESLEY HEIGHTS a most charming and attractive
place for a home. As an investment it is unrivaled.
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 free 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 making 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.
John
Y
t. a
Fourteenth and G Streets.
BltUUATION.lU
rpilB TOHCOHAN Sf !ENTI'fCCllOOl,0!'
I theColnmhlna I'lUiareltr. Thtott'Ml
Hltlniwa at 6 o'l-Uck . m, rw.TOHKK 1,
with tbe followiiir course of liutruai'os,
Tls; All department of Ktieltah. U4be
matte, CW1I HbsIihmHb. rbemMry. Asr
Ina. rhnles, MUisrulony. Krtewb. itermae,
Mechaaleal ami other braaebea of drawing,
with lecture eoerres ou Ailtorowy. Anlhro
intkmv. Xnuluer. Hotanr. ete. All elans I
H.et la tbe eealacasU are op to both
tie. Fi further lefot walk hmjIt to Ike
lursd. froieseor X. T. FHlaTOI. I.UD.
BW.IW.
O 1IJHW AMI) CHILUKiX
geofeae MOKUAY, 8BYT.I.
Miulo and 1'aliillnr Beeelre Seeeial
Ml ,14 m Atteutkw.
s
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Cor. 7th and D H. H. w.,
Babrasut Six gehuoU. via:
School of fraetieal HataeM ant Aeeuaass.
tvU! of rfersiory PnteUeal Baetisli.
fvhuw m Bbortbaua aI TrpewrMlag,
Scbuul ot SpwinrrUm Prsei
S4 reaeiaiHwp.
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aed ArekHeasarSl
l'ia-lur.
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lWr ui4 Xhrbt Sm .ilium. IBMttttlaJ Cats
, SAKA A. St'BeiHrrSMrswl,
WHS
Hrf.tr
IMilBK SBMINAKY.
IiUtAfa.
A sebool fur faaaa af U adyoH UStei,
at Uilts, laaearttr Oaaaty, Pa. sttsi year,
JL $Atm eaarfossabta seboet bosses tbaeeaasi
in o thin ill; eaiaIoertiat of tbe WiiMehlenl
ietSt: aSvaaeojt annnaii of atoUri veer visas
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llllUCATHINAI..
LANGUAGES,
THE BERLITZSCHOOLof LANGUAGES
ri I lih St net Xertbwett.
Ikataud Most I'raetlcai lastrnetlon.
TBK11H, tlS-
Braaebss la Xew York, rtostoa. fbltaJel
r44s, thlcano, tHirts, Berlla, bwatoaet.
Georgeiawn Unherslfy Scfaml bF Law
FACULTY.
REV. J. HAYKNS RICHABDS. S.J.,
PretWeat of tbe UalTianitr.
CHAHLBS W. UOpVMAN. LU D.,
DeiMi of tbe Faculty.
HON. WILLIAM A MICIlAHItSOH. LL. P.,
(CUt Jutb U.to. Cuanat CbXoel ,
Lsetaier oa totaturr sail AdetrabvteaUre
l.aw aad Lojsal Maxbae.
MAKTlNr.UOHHI,LL.D,
Last urer oa CoasUtutkiaat aait Inters-
tluutl Law, AitBlraltr tait Cumporuuvv
JuriMrauesee.
HOK. J KM KM I A II it. WILSOK. LL D..
Lttlur ua tbe Law of Heal Betataaaathe
la of KMdeac-e.
HOK ANOHEVV O. BRABLBY
(Jiwtkvireue t'uurt, IMrict of lUiw-
blab Lilurr ua CmnwoH Law. rwaq-
lu aad Equity JnrlejMrudeaco.
JoekTHt J. UAHUSOToN. LL, P.,
LwtuieroM tbe Law of Poraoaat 1'rapeetr,
L'cbImumU sad Xe4UliW Pbr.
OBOiOK E. UAMTLTOK. IX. D..
Leelurer oa tbe Lawuf Pttaertbti. Oorvami-
tlucv. Pi aetiee uud TeebueeaSarr Law.
R. RUs PERRY. A M.,
Uilurtr on Criminal Law. DuMcitk) Keli-
tluae aad Tort.
JMKff Uil'MT.
Ofi-iilt rouit Prof tieusae K Hassthjna.
Coast of iwwb: Prors. U artra P. Hurrts,
Asew 0. Btadler sad R. Bues Perry.
iatrodavtory leotuse aad tiBBfinsnatnentr
fur the taMilus tarn at tbe Law Belbilaa.
eotaer StWbdP .U. n. w.oa WBDNBAOAT.
OCT- t. at Mi a. au 'All kitereatod araeor
SiaUr tavBed lo stiead. Tba Bbrarr now
iMieiubletf fce Bttclhih attt Wsinn Ajaadiitta
MfiorU aad tbe Ufeet text boulu utwa aMt
scsJ NibjevU. to located in the Law Bolld
ai with enawxidbiiii- raedlux ruoos t
larasiit.asd will be ujiea froas a m ioWb.
m. ilaiir SunlJ excepted, to tudaaw ud
sMswat of tbe scaoot.
tba seeseUrr eaa be tee M tbe Law
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ae. froai 7 to ) p tu , for rafortaaikie,
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a. w, or oa inlloatha. natanaaltr or br bs
ter, to tbe uadersbjaad
aaua
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A CalMUfY "XJ&Jff CBOSW.
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WflGGAMAN
Attt'SRMlWTS.
M-Ktr yAHOWAt. t1AfH.
tT-JWBWT At S,
Last peiforteaets of
DAWftt, FAI'B SftW TOWK
MIRVM THHATRR COJIPAXY,
ITerbert Keloer.
." hon wtrsato'-or'
w aitef issnotv.
(Mnrsts rMerim,
BeBrttttaCTaaMman,
Ste. CWTles Wa!-ft,
tns Shannon,
Site. ThoSTtas WMffen,
TWI5
CHARITY
BALL
fb mt uneeessfnt orsteter mresented at
tbe !Wrt Tor tjreei ihetr.
jr Vek-FftAtrtfm WILS'tft ard COM-
rASTMTItBMBBRr MOWAHWH.
t eats tin oti a'"
ot
A LWAtTHH'S GRAND OPKItA-HuOJB.
m NIOBT AT .
I,AT APTBABAJTlt or THF
rnVJtfi AM(Rtt'A! TATt,
CORA TANNER,
t'mlerthe Msnsaerrent of Co'onet Wm. B.
Steb ot tbe Brooktjn Pars, Theatre,!
rresentlBt for the Pirt Time la ThM Cltp
IIBR VHW AMI MTCBSSrUt, PL Y,
Writ I en Itxpresslr for Her by Mir. J!, KM-
der, en., eatitten
ONE ERROR.
Interweteil by
A ORAND COMPaXT.
The tame whteh appenreil st the Fifth Are,
Theatre, New Yotk City
Momtar.Oet. 18-jirCAt:Lt, OPRRA to. tu
the "8BVRI PUA DIAN8."
SBAT8 NOW ON 8ALK. ort tf
N
KW NATIONAL TltRATnB. KXTR .
9ea.li new on sa'e for
FRANCIS WILSON
AN COMPANY'S
ProiturlloB if the New romto Opera,
THE MERRY MONARCH,
From the tlroedway Tlieatre, Nerr York.
A LBAt'GHM GIf AND OrRltA IlOUaK.
SEATS NOW ON oALE
For tlieAnnusl Fnaneeinent Next Week of
the Famous
McCAULL OPERA COMPANY,
rrentlnr ttie Latent Comic Opera SiKceif,
T11K
4 SEVEN SUABIANS,
Ur the Cotnpo-" ot "The nerrac Student'
und ' Illeok HuSMr." i
TIIE COMPANY INCLUDK3
Lilly Pout.
Aimle Mym.
Jofeplittio Knapp,
Cora IletxlMf en,
Msthlble Cottrelly,
Jessie Cerlctte,
And
CHORUS OP W.
ChaeneyOlcott.
Charles Cornell,
V. F, lloehester,
William llklsilell,
rhnrlot Turner,
Jobs B. Murphy
Ctten.
OltCIISRA 0P.
ocSMt
T.7 AHltir BIJOU TUK.VTRK.
U Week lommeTHilne MONIIAY. OCT. C.
Matlaees TaesiUr. TlmrIr rnd tMiurday.
WAI.TKIt SAVPORDM
Snperh rrodnetkie nf the Powerful Kealhtla
llsr.
MY JACK,
I'wfoldlPir a Drsmatlo SUx-y U I.mid an I
Sea. lllnttrated with tto lata Matt Morrnu n
Twelve beenM Masleriiiee.
Next wek-lN8IIAVtKiUK. c !'
wit's
NRW WASHINOTON
IIIKATMK.mUSr.
TO-NIOUT! tonioiit:
TONY PASTOiR
An-1 III Oraml
NfcW DOIint.K COMPANY OP AMERICAN
ANll KUHOPEAN bTARS,
IboIiuIIbl- the Celebratrd B&rlUb AUIlt,
MISS BESSIE D0NEHILL.
Wiek Comtae-eliie MumUy. October I?.
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