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TITE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 17,1890.
The Daily CRmc m CAMTAt. at. i, ... .... . -i . - 'j U ( 1$ pmmagt Ifofly Pnper Pub mtttHintt ttMl , d miif wsMf Mwrwf I Or MlasJIUI'llilif. yiiminiwiwattw ft ttMtttn t OrrtMVkfftcaRMiMaift Tii it CRITIC, MIMM, i i n t- ' - - WAtmmmm. D. C. octbmh tt. lsito. MaKYLAXD GETS A MOVR. Maryland It gradually catching np Ttllll III ItflSCVSShtll. Ywtarfiai at til Frederick Fair a maple wwts married on the Fair Grottmls In the presence of it) out 90,000 peop'e. It was the flrst t'mettKh nil erent nns hanpenetl in Maryland. The Iter. Jamb Smrrtmr mh, rector of a Protestant 15pwll Clutch rn Ktedrrlrk, protested, saying n wedding under such ctrewmstamjet was a "caricature of one of the most sarrrd Institutions of Christianity." Tie wedding ceremony wsw per fntimd as ndvertletl anil the. twain are probably as rntich married as tlimigh the marriage ilt Itad been celebrated Irtne Iter. Jambs Stkphkxbon him nlf tn the Hcluslon of ItU rectory. The Inducement to publicity con sisted In the presents wkioh aggregate five wtcon load of hnttseholtl goods. Whirs many other things. An enter prising ttarlicr gate the bridegroom a free shaving ticket good for a year. The more or less happy bridegroom should shave evrry day while the ticket holds mil and then let his board t-'tltK. FHOM JUNKETING TO JUXK. Tha Qoretnmant pleasure yacht, the IKtpalrh, ha rmtllTwl hr usefulness and la to be retired to the limbo nf the M-'tia. And rut the Despatch Is jiMt MM-t shteett. At this Interesting age th, I In a deplorable condition of da -. Her hull la unmrawnrthy mm! her t t!cn are liable to blow up at any mo inott. Her speed has fallen from twelve n iti an hour to nine, and in this fast a e that is too slow. So she will ha cdtmned and sold for what she will I ting.' Hie will be broken up for junk From Junketing to Junk l a long 'oiiraey. Though the end be sad, the way was pleasant. There were many delightful tla attuard the Despatch In the day that are gone. 'When that ptlact) of feallasnen and royal rnyeUrrr. rrrshleat Ahthuk, was on deck, time was dispatched la Joyous ami Jocund fat b too. Those ware the halcyon days tt the Utile boat. Then pleasure itlgnul supreme, with never a thought c f the morrow. Ilut. when the morrow came I Ah. well, kt us drop the curia's. All that eaa Ub done rot- for the pretty tittle miniature mau i.'-vir, grown prematurely old ami deerapl'., It to wish for bar a "happy dispatch ONK OK TIIE RESULTS. A resalt of the 3IcKini.ey bill not down In the Republican programme is fen in oar sable dlspatehea to-day. The British Minister at llelgrade In foims 11 Governnunt that Serbia can supply pretty much everything in the line of food products which Dritaln iuiw obtains Iroai the United States, and be iMMimla that thU be do. The English newspapers are urging Driliih merchants to adopt the sugges tion, and thus retaliate upon the Ameri cans for the JIcKimlkt bill. This is only ewe of the straws which jro to show which way the trade winds will hereafter blow. "Va may rest as sured that the McKmucv bill, by loiiltliag a Cbiaeee trade wall about the I bH d SuiM, will fosca those couatrtos bh.h have beresofofe traded with na ' ) k eiaewsMue for tha articles which v t hvu hitherto supplied them. They il asiasutote Useir ptaductloa li'xu trU wkiefc aw act now pethapa I ar ye!uefs until they wilt beeow f iwMavbie coaanetitora with us at all ias. 'fa traile we will be la tab) way will he a teawly that which is asaat litres saiy 10 oar BSQaaarHy. tsvwit, osv trad ha fassa ptodace aad taad prodacss geaaiaiiy. Taa haamsiiiai loss will fail upoa tias faraaar, naoa waaaa sha ponton of tftnalfcfa alsaady f alls aeaat aaawUy. What ssatU kt atoak laa fasaaar that the ajaMsiactMaar akall rrwstsnl taa liABUt aaaaiaaCaft lalaVaAaS tea ft lavaB&Aar n " rt JsaVaaOT MeTW WswW wls taTVfla Ww l"" the toseiaa awribatT AaJi what sisaU It astMat taa asaau factaaaf to aflastaul taa aaaaa aaasfcet, ubea Nm lasaaar has aat that whase- wUialataW 9m Oat tariff is a weaaa wajck cuss baaavsaa, LAJaTON LIVH.Y OKiTtOX lifajrti CajalflatesS tis JSlaMACateMakMi PaHetiWsSlsVBp. TbNMMMMisI 0af COMOnd uxm imd tmm horn att ptm of Vtr tfaaja aaata aawce- 7ac hflstaai aaf aa nlmmi saaaaVaUswl the easy asVec raacs). yattwsa vt Lunxtut abiuaail aai Ssaaae ulsa caiaaswass asa of Bamsamt Haajaox pcaat4 svaaiaally aut. 7aa aaeai aaaitica ol taa fciaaeiaae waa saaa paaaaaav aaaaaa" m p wiwmr afia i he eactich of CuagwaaaMa XMBMoa U naaiaaweaai a lae gaaajtawi hajaa iaa as aa aHaaaaca of tf.Uta) aaaaaa. to egF s aa swaaaBaaaaw w ev jaaaaayewa tax aWoaaBiBiaiiMt of sJasiatejeajawallg upoa Una aoof It waa watt snosii by tatkawvawcouidaiawb. Tawafsaica) waa a aa&aa of aaaiaa aaoacoisaaiaMaB. par ar aaa"Baa' -- aj"aa"a r vnajp w psaaaaasav LJQUMJaaaasWl 'll ttMal I kW tlakal1 ttJbtAaaaafilkl TlV ' latsaOaT. '"saaAsaaaaal 14 VaaValat eaaaaaaa'l QOaaUL aaaa s aaaaale' VaaaaaF sv panaaaaF aaaaaaai w mp uy l was bare to tcU you It la a black JB.UI i.va.xy at U1 It jacd lo be Mid thot tbl i a white Iran s Omtrn nicnt. I am here to tell yon It is a bt ek mwn's GoremmtBt as anfl. Te srara of tltls CMifttry np. to raj Htfm of th .hflic propl', bu tbtwi ennM nrr n fttatner in hfch lb nfrri ihl not flgnr fn AtTic aoidlet." tvntfitning tho orawt fell to a pwr ml ajtp' Ml Hi- aald he wm Mtn l tnfa Cty ami waa t.M shamii cW. awt1retirdfatntrewbiittrl tlrtt, fce had no apolojy to mfce frt It. Tfce best whi'e and b'ack b'xd fit the Mate ran Ifi his nlm. and he tmlottC4 to no mat) for tt. T twtrl tebfte. the rator rfeclatel, aMin ritber the decaHt, ttm ?etlhB on the M trat, or the tTrlafa tk f ledettidter Wtartln In M kitr-tr I doing well to reich tire parhw. ftlng born Iti riProiii nter. nm't it rnashitceet to enter the hMl of ikt lions of Nepfttentative ? Cot ending, ih ortttrr awefted that "ft wa tinw fnt h ntgro to go cheek by total Kith thp white man and mk tM 1 mi'i tb granrhjfl m tnrth and praise God together." Btldfntly Mr. l.angston mt a Hfnly appreciation of the situation, of hHi op portunities, and of hlmaelf "Trm waATHjmw rut wlllberalay, foihiwtd by fair." Swh was the ilog matte assertion of the Weather Ilnrmtt this morntnr. Of course It hasn't ralacd. The mn roe In nnclondwl .plendor. The day Is fair ami beHtitt fnl. This, howi rtr, Is Irtit another of tl e many blunders of the Weather rnrean undtr Gtneral Gnnnt.Y. Why not semi him back to the Arctic regions with orders not to return? Thm obkrh oiMr8 ImltntryhM re ctltetl a deadly blow. A man has bpen trlfd and conrlc ml In ltaltltore for wtltlns a letttr to a dealer la "green grods." It Is the first rae trlwl under the recent act of Congresa making it an otTrnse tn ue th malls to procure this class of goods. This means the break Ing up of a scoundtrlty gtttte. Tub" Covjjt op Pamis says he Is lad he came to the United State. Well, the United States reciprocates the fail ing of gladtH'M. Ttt fact, we hail much rather entertain the Count of L'arls than the King of Franc. NoHTit C'AHoMN.vhad a wind cyclone jo tor dfty. South Carolina Is sntlerlng from a political bllscard. A MimioAN salt and lumber baroa Is Mild tn htva failed for fl.iKW.tWO. Who wouhln'tT Tun Ujiik ta m.it. Happ'lr not the Union of States, but only the W. C T U of low a. HOWL ARRIVALS. M!ropititait. (lay Rrockenan, OlH rlnuKti, Item. J. f. t'utbran, bmilh Cam this; Jm V. Ihitwfttnn snit XIm Xatte Kotitnn. (Irorela; J. K Knautabtrir. New York; J. :. HuUtiUou, RloMester, Mass ; Henry MM, Jr. PrvMnca; VV. It. Cavikar, New York. H'ormWs Ahx. fl. Cochran, Si, UhiU; Kilwui it Alton, New York. SAorrAmt- Mr. suit Mrs. Henry l'laaab, I)s MoIum: V. II. Cbathiuck ami wife, Abitttou, Ala.; Mrs. Arrowsmitb, Brook lyn; A. C. tlark, Nrw York. Xutiimalft. it. IWi-k, Cbmlrbnrir, I'a ; j n (' 1 stwll, IrKlBla; Jutta E. I)OMl.oulb Dakota; A. . MaeUon a'd noil D K. Maiwplt, PlorMa; J. A. Xrown aBtl I.. I.subbelm, New York. X. JuKut-l'vity K. Hall sttil wife, llotkaa. N. J.; J. II. XiutM M. I)., New Ofteeas; Kit. !-ir, Newport, Ky.; (iaoraa A. IXgges aa4 wtf, Mafthall, N. C; V. R Burtcu, Lhtrago;S. I- Hurxitw, MsritleB, Couu.; Saniuvl ilcNutt, MuMatlae, Iowa; K. J. Itsrubolz, New York. HillmU't-a. M. Doaaia aul A. T. Har efaiy, Vlrgtula; II. WslkaraiulJ. K. Illki, New Yk; J. K. Roth ami wife, lows; K. K. Wright, Jr , and wife, rWia4ipkta. Mfw-Jeb K. IltdaM, 0. a. Jtraillsy aal wife, New York; A II. Newtoe, UetaoM, N. V.; D. tV. Davla au.1 wife, Uoto; II. T. Joaaa, Chieago. M ileter' I Fraak Otis ibl wife, tins FraaaUeo; F a. FaralUa, fWIlii.tiU; Dr. K. itatbalu, TokUt, Jiutu. .UHugtim Ctule Hlshawlsoa, Oatea had. KukUm; Mr. and Mra. W. a t'Oall, Wmltwil Yt : K. K. Furawii, Wanaw, N. Y.; Fred. II. Kllto. aavsaaab, C. A. Dur ham, Vouth Cerolliw; A. (i. Jeaalags and XUi Marie JsaaiHua, Hftioklju, J. B. KLmiumb aad wife, PHtstwrg. Ante Edward S, Larrad asd wife. New York; Mr. sad Mrs. L. V. Madeaa, jr., Philadelphia. Aortuaiuiit.Jtmm Merita, fWiadel phia: J. li. Stew, Jeetef Chji C. A- Oar ioa, Chicago. JCUtU.-Johm H. Whtteaaad, Naraaik, Ya., Mr. sad Mrs. lr. (1. Stewart, Piits iMTt, Max K. Wtalaad, Ulai. flerauuiy; rVul Kapatr, atuigart. fleraisay; I), a. fif, HUttkeetw, Ky.; Mr. aad Mr. H. C. EdatiatoB, New York; ilea. J. W. lirowa, MeatphW, Teim. UuUl Juiutuu F Oawrd, aMtoklya; Kl B. HairUoaawl kt B. W Udaiaa, Vlrgutia, F S Car), ZaaaavUle, Oaio; Thorn G. Mooaard, Boaiua. l,Wrt' U A. Haas. BaiUafeore; C. F. ttaUlefuaud ('. H. Malhsr, FalUdwIpatH ; Mr. aiid Mrs Jeuuure, Jamaica, West la dies. Kitu at au Army. Ma tkt tltw Ymk aa. Tb iadividual exaaataea of taa Pseach iafaasiy aoadfaM have saaadUy nWraaiH la taa but few years. la lata) each sassier aoai taa goeasamint tTa. la 178 tab) had liaaa to 60. Saw. afiar, taa flgkwea have beea btotightdoKB ta fti. Taa raault has 1, SirroaarMtsaiin ay ecoawauc aait aoadaistrailve refonas, alihough in the Meantime taa dally w of that aoltUar has aava iacaeasaal tasaa caasisaaa. als saaai saiioaa aava baaa aatcasaasad, aaat saaw aad coatta have aaaa aaUad to aia dkt. all of whka tug-athar ataka aa tacsaaatd exaeaa of fla par aapjaa ajMaaMsr 7a)a aaaaal aKasaaatissa af ak Faaaca OuKaraaiaai oa a caaalsy au as M.W. PaVnaUK- iafMe Un loag waaW truainylmatii aaa 4stWb4aW GafMsaj saAlS Pl rTfK X fcsW OM fcaWrtf tt VHaaW taaWeataeaS) SsffeassMa)Bat alaatafta 4aaaa eMasaeaaa! imm , ior -Mat vmiiwrn OaaaV aW taaat aJisfaTstJlf stelaU OM SaHaaWaV eHlsU -rm sT ! saaaaF r aw "paaw aHP waaaaaFB' wa gratis VbeaM aWsadaWa CaaaUaVsV aafaMT fcjeT aWUHaMsT iaUsV uKaaT I haaWaWwig mitk i immfmtm to tbe 11)aS0aWaV Wlaf40rWal bftlTllll Itfk Ufi0ML- itory viaw CooTitai CaMMO tat sU4 kaMtUM ttvi 1M&& faaVal aUsMaa laJkAfllM ateafattk atSai KaataaU eaS aMaf Kill gatill afasW atasEsarfcaaaUaaiaaaT kaaJat fiftim r - -- t"sw aa man BBaaaaaaaajk lanBBaa sarsaaw tl alias Mas Uiag ThUu ao Uua aaa taMui ta aafa'a ansa, UtMia asthi ffitlali' r "''f taa steady, toU mM haaaa, aaealrsMaBi-e atth Uu; aOU, uukafui fkLC It L.J li ',ft t , I LIFE ON THE RAIL. itatiat frairti iyam tsjw Maa at a ftnnnfna. TMSfWk Hire from tenvtf. Ord.. h anrllH dent of Hfc on th rail: tnrtit IS. 824 mm fer-und East from fXirer. WW abnnt thirty mites rmt Captain 8wM, a long haired plainsman, took a pair of f4-caltbte Colts rtro'ters, ami going r the rent platform of ttw last cr artirrsfd himself by shnottnc at various objects along the road On of th oh Jrt pased wa Trar k Walker Npu tltotM at work and stboe Hht leg waa shattered bt rnp of the bullets fr(m the Captain's reVolrr-r. T porter, ho was watching StttSbs from the n-nr rlnor, nys thathesnv Klarme fall, and that Immesiiatply after ward Stnbbs entt-rcd the car athl put his n trdtettr awar. Jf aptie mle his way to the nearest station, crawling almgon hts hands and one knee, drairglns the InJnnri tea, and waa nearly dead from lotg of blood and exrrtmstlon when he waa finally micro red. The fact of his Injury waa telegraphsst on ahead, and the news waa told to 51uhhs by the con ductor of the train at a point aome fifty miles distant from where the shootin occurred. MtnMw professed great sur prise, and Insisted that If It was his shot that struck Napue it mint have been a awnt bullet He was not rmt under attest and left the train, disappearing somtwlxre In the country near the Kansas ilniv Napnewas taken to the heepilal at Denver, ami his leg will have tn be amputated. ELOPERS CHASED 2,000 MILES A Itomnnttr t'lin'r tVhlrti Turned Out Mircrlnllr. Mil,tm. Minn . Vrniof fe St l.mU XtrnMc One ot the most thtllllng elopements of mrdern times culminated late yester day afternoon at Tacoma, Wash., In the marrtnge of WUIl.tm Heno of this place and Jtls Maty Ellen Heetl of Spokane Falls, AY ash. Sir lteno was a I'rotea tant, ami Miss IUetl was a Catholic, and her parents tried to veto the union. The t oung folks were d tertnlned to get mar rkd, however, and planned to meet In Ogden, Utah, but Mr. and Mrs. Heetl had k cpt close ttatch of their daughter's movements, and made their appearance soon enough to prevent the nmrrlnee. Mr. Heno rind Miss Heetl decided to go to San Francisco, but again the parents divined thtlrtcheme and were in San Franclco tn meet the fueltlve lovers when they arrived there. Find Ing themselves defeatid the third lime, the young couple quietly left San Fran clico for Tacoma, where Mr. Heno'a aunt gave them every assistance, and went with thorn to n Justice ami saw them safely united. They traveled over 2,000 miles, but accomplished their object. They are on their wty back to Minnesota. DYSPEPSIA HALL llr i-Hifnl unit tViimlnrfHt ()r1ir Art.nl fur In h New lork Uiiri, Jvm ttt .V.ie l-or Horfrf. Fi ur hundred and sixty-men alrls lunched In a cafe the other day. and by the courtesy of the head wait r the writer was permitted to play sentinel at the kitchen door. Only thirteen order contained meat two of sles't, thra lamb chops, tlve ham and three mutton stew. Twenty-seven bowle of soup, ebottder and broth were served; six damsels called for tUh. one hundred and forty had an oyster stew and slxty seven took lobster or chicken salad. An even two hundred made a meal on Ice cream ami cake, with a glass of Ice water. Forty five had hot aoplc dumpling, three hundred cuts of pie were continued, with one hundred and two etutrUtU rne, seventy choco late eclairs, tblrty-nlue cream miffs and one square yard of tsti Ington pit) cut Into sections of three Inches each. One hundred ami seventeen drauk tea, twenty called for coffee; twenty-three for pop, ale and beer; two had claret, seventeen soda water and the rest, one hundred and sixty-seven In all, tilled tberaeelvM with Ice water. It Is to this kind of a diet that so many of our sallow-faced, blood, leas, fleshleae, shapeless women and children can be traced. PERSONAL. Stephen II. Tyng, the once popular New York pastor, is doing an excellent life Insurance business tn Paris. Stanley Palmer, a prisoner la the New Castle (Del.) jail, has Invented a toy puazle for which he is said to have been offered ?10.00O by New York speculators. The Duke of Portland Is 38 years old and one of the fattest men In the United Kingdom. Ills girth increases almost visibly and he Is daily becoming moee ponderous, Mr. Stanley will deliver hk first lec ture in New York la the Metropolitan Opera House oa NovewUtr 11 The subject w 111 be the "Rescue of Kaia, the Forests, the IHgulas and the March aeross Africa." Ittutyard Kipihag wears a scarlet fee and eye glasses ia bis sanctum. He satokw a pipe aad his room eoaiaias a ilsW. a wuisky decanter, a siphoa of soda-water sad ether like aceoatpaai ateats of IVritUa aaaahood. Sx Secretary Whitney U 40 yaara old. Ilia father waa Collector of Boatoa under Buabaaan. Although a Deaio esat, it was his vote ia taa Masaacbu scats Legislature that Mrat elaetad Sasaair as United States Saaator ia 1851. A daughter of General Roaaeraas is aa UrssiBac aaa, who, uatil very re ceatiy, was aaaiswd to taa eoaveat si Saata Bona, Cal Fiftcea years ago sac was oa of tka atoat fharasiag sad aaoat popular of taa society ladwa of Ciadaaad Walla th Coiud of 1'aiU waa at Mauat Vfeiaoa he saw asaoaf other rtisssassies the aaasaive maty kay of the BaatUe, which ao doubt leaaiadad bias of a Hub) eaimila ha Fraaea toward taa dasa of taa last ccatury with which castaia dWInnl Hdaties of his ware as Coioaal WHJoaaa A- Uoaa. Bapubli caa caadidaie for Coaaasec ia taa Twdlth Ohio district, isaaaas at WU Bsiaason. Chlasoa CkMtstly. aad bt about Sa) yeaM of a. Ha has aavar aald oaUca of aay snnw mantes, but has baaa a as siaaa ta for Goagaaat eaves teas hi Iwtaaaf -ate yaara. it it a quae fact that two cejajMalales Jar taa vacant adsturial cfcejr of ska Mmmmg W, tea fmhtoaaWa Tory oajsaa of I iwloa. ahmilij ha loraaaff Kew York joufaaMata. Oaa is Louai J. Jeaatags, osvca editor of taa Haw York 7ua4s, ntcaasiy fHsif of feaa dasMhCi l4anvos) rfrm of taa New Tofk faaajsa, aad a saaaahaf of PasAaaaaal. Thj othrcr b) Wsbaasa Uwary Hurl bail. aW Mfff sal Xaaas aslaaoff of hag ISey York WeU. aifTrn tka Putflaar awrfHaa, aMI galsavor of a Toge bosa abjosjaaae 5d Tki .eVjMsttis$a9fG0 Tpilfc s iVlfcti autit s WkJUaaBaa fck BaMUfai-tt Fasaaar pBbbbbbbji bw wlsPB'"afWsHpiWss war laasBaaaaa fc V4M4sts4 aaaa9 ta9 JLaVltisUMal ttUaUaiteT "Way so ' ' Because the Luutit u a very lUuuUa fat Ury ulie ADMIRAL PORTER ILL. Hers AmsereH Wth n ttefltet TranMe nt ik iw- mt. Admiral Porter fa lying rratT.-iiMy 111 at his rwtdenee on t street, and hl condition for the part few ttem hM been swh as to strlonsly alatm Ma family and friends. The Admiral tn bien T hf snmmpt ntaee, near Kewport. for aenrtal nwntb' and has been ia a more or le fetble wyprTftion all trnw, fcfa age lielng now nearly font avote year, it was drentrd neceasary t Kraee Mm 1 rough! Smith without delay, and et fntceon Ocnrrat Wares, &n has at tended him for the pant twenty Use yeats, went on to Newport and bt, nht the dtattngulvhed naval Itero here. The fatigue nnd escttimpnt nf th Jrnrntj msdehlr'ndt,i.-'nfStTntldfably worse," ami whm the part arrived here Wednesdsy night the family Were teri muth alarmid Yetetday the Admiral was wore. fie tit In a wml eoma'we at tie, and although conscious at Inter vals his mind was not altogether rlesr. Abt'irt wrmn be Improtrerl entnh to warrant a surgical operation to remnve a slight enmrd lent Ion. The onera tron wts sneeesefhl. He passed a good night laet night, ami today he was resting wrote enllr ami showed signs of rallying. Ills llfneae bt trat-ai tn a heart tmnble that has Kftttetetl him for a year or two, ami a few mlnr cnmpltcatrons natural to his tlvsncwl age. BARRED OUT. Tl. tlrtfKMted Unit to ttimr Thrlr itilifltolmi. Lj-nltr llernre Dks Moi.sks, low v.Oct. 17. Yaster day all of the delegate to the Woman's Christian Temperance Union GonvM tlon who did not bring credentials showing their loyalty to the Iowa "Non Partisan" constitution were de nlcd seats, as well as a number whose credentials wete In ttmner form, but who, at some time withtn the laat year, have championed the cause of the National Union. Mrs. Foster having declined tn again be a candidate for president, Mrs. M. M lltlley of Shen andoah was elected to the position Mrs. M. .1. Aldrlch of Cetltr lttplds was chosen secretary. Last evening the delegates who wire not admitted and their sympathisers organized a State as scclatton. STRUCK ORE. TIib Mierlilnn Tunnnt Strike 11 Veiln Tlmt l'rninUe Itietti IteanltK, Tku.uhidk. Cot,., Oct. 17. The Kreat Sheridan tunnel struck a vein yesterday Rnd dcvelopetl n large lody of ore of very high grade. The tunnel was commenced In November, 1877, Is 8,W (i feet lung and cost $800,000. M tn atir Waters cays that calculating; on a betls of what the mine has done In tit pst this sttlke puts fl5.00O.0tK) In leiit. The ore struck by the tunnel catties brittle Mlver and copp-r. nnd rnns high In gold. rRlHTIMG BY TELEGRAPH. liierHtrHtln ir tlin AnifirlfMn T Telrareiili ('miiimuy Xkw York, Oct. 17. The American Type Telegraph Company was Incor porated In Newark yesterday with a capital of $800,000. The Incorporators arc Horace P. Husaey, Cleveland; Win. Htnry Smith, Chicago; Joseph 0. Sle bcueck and ltolierl II. Camp. PIttaburg, and John E. Wright, New York. Mr. Wright Is the luventer of a printing telegraph Instrument for which grunt tfliclencyla clalmetl, ami the company Is ornanlsed to manufacture ami sell the machines. Horace Urrnlrj'ii Olllro lluy, A lad named Dtvld was employed as Mr. Greeley's boy In the ottlce. He grew to be exceedingly large and over six feet In height, but Oreeler con tinued to cull blm "Little David." Well, robberies of the othce began to occur. Mr. Itboadea, who bad charge of the oftlce, was much perplexed and annoyed by them. Mr. Itboadea went on watch and detected the thief. Whom should be discover, creeping In at a back window and going to the money drawer and helping himself, but Mr. Greeley's "Little Davldt" David, seeing that he was observed, tried to bide himself, but was caught and sent to the Tombs. Next morning Mr. Ilhoades said: "Greeley, I have found the thief that robbed the office." "Iamelad of that," ssld Mr. Greeley. Said Mr. Iiboodea: "Whodoyou think Itls?" "Oh.Ihave no Idea." "It Is your boy David." "What, my little Davulr" "Yea. your 'little David.' He's the one who Laa been a robbing, and I've cot him up at the Tombs bow." Well," said Itoraee Greeley, "I'm so sorry. I have of tB seea that poor bay steal aty books, but I did not like to say anything about it'" A lluHalo Itouml-Up. llu44 3itiai a Stm Ytrk WrU. Tt e herd of Buffalo ia YuUuwstoaa Park has waadarad into Caatral Wywa ing. It will berouadad up aad drive back by a Ooveraaaeat uxpeditloa Excepting, paetibly, a small hard ia Texas aad these la the aoobMrfeal gar dens of the country, this herd of spate SuO buffalo U the sola reaaaaat of the ecuatlass willioas that oeca raaasad over the Western plains. It kt aaada up of the smaller aad hardier buffalo, that took lef uge ia taa atotwtaiaa U aa ia sltactive effort to eafape ajtUMMiiaatioa, aad It has baaa Bsaaatvad by the wbw policy of taa Qoaatasaaat. which paa hlbiu kllttag of gaata withia the bounilariai oftaa park Yiaisosa U taa park fscquaalry pA KttaspMt of thaw buffalo browatag oa adjsccat hills. etutftutM Set Mta . fmm tae iaasaatassu Ntmt aaoeaaw wasa hsiag aurariaad all day yiwsaaaay by taa iafaswattna f roaa clatks that thaw would ha aa advance ia aeisas la a few days. To enrlautartoaa ad Intinliias taa uraasta elarlu tt idled "Ta Mrltoy bill. ' ' These waj earious ttibctloa by away araasdei laat e veaiaf . nt mt AM KUMiilutltt. tram 14 iaeVsdsajiMa TUmu. A Maw York safer pabalsaai Oa fact that D. O. MUbj waa a far atar hoy be fo a bficeate a ajUJkiaaua. Thee ia netfcisg sstoaiahteg ia this. If Mi. Mills oarauie faxsMrr's boy aiM ha had bacoasa a atMliofiaita the Hamas t4Wic vhM kv tees mum wartfejr f uk b'mom ialat Jaaasam ItettaU easa t"W paafBBBBf naajiBBysBBi faatlsalU filaaH Waal ! VAaV lakaal w aaawa Twnpaf V'aeaaa' gaajBaaaaar S'sinat saajajaai youwew pltyaac waaIlaaMW4klM uadof slat ajghj Ciaaa sahia aad aaak Teaaai WTn wa alw UaaVtg tut t Clws-Ok, tkaa wit tfcatsiutf m Mat XaaJtft tjrasaa jtasfiaaJLaf . Mt sut.ht.1 tai araaJL Md imvm f pipasav 'jmm aniqaSF aasapsa ajsaaa agpsj oearuoweouig, ia eacUMly uaercuoia bf MtHid's aarsaiiariiiii uu u uwm aaa UuivtheiiS the s)teui uid u.itie e goud pitn . e wh ui ei nejuei a sarsa parlilj 1W) Due Hue Uuiiar m true FOR A GOOD SHOE VISIT Wilson k Caffs for an Easy Shoe no to WILSON & CARR'; tlvtttvt 1 ?8 ft fttft At Wilson & Carp's rnMitnnnlite Mim Stent o. &29 v rvntftirr .sj. w Waahtfiawnt, 0. 0. BAt.TI.MOMR aroHa, 4 ni.il fi ttllST ItAI.Tt.ttOltfl tTIIIltir, orftCK or W. A. PI8RC8A CO., SUCCK0m TOftft, UAVIS, Tit MANRaT sr-AOX. Corner of BhrnthS reet. TIIEYIIAVKAHH1VXD. We bare nhterd on sate one of theltret showlmrs In Ladles' anil MHiw' Aprrms eve offered In this ettr Thirty different styles Ladles' and Stltset' Apron, tannine laprlce from 80c to 8 J ST each We had them alt mmle to order and we arn nre thr will salt yon, as e paM partlealar attention to the work sanshlpanel flnlb. They are alt ot the new est styles and yext Witt And many oovettlet anNiBcthem. The trtmnlaas aad embroideries ttsed or then Aprons are of the best quality ami will staad wa'Mna. a thlrnr yon leldon Sad la a ready trade Apron TWO OT1IBK XW AKRIVALS, The irst Is a Itao of Lartles' Dreoklatt and Ittinse Jackets In Cloth. We aresbowmc thorn In Oardlnal, Dlaek, rtat. ami LHcht Otae, nabhed trltha prrtty stlteMnirat VVMtoSllk. We have marked tliflm K.SSpeeh. Tlwawe hare a better qaallty made of Hfvy Sarah ftlk. in Illaok osly. This style Is SIS. T1IK SECOND ABKIVAL l n nw rtyle black tarah fllk f-klrt for Ladl. Tl,i hmtde ot txtrA Aneiiaeltty snrah rllk, with a rudteof ilrBtvn-wivtk fHioh t8lrwh deep t'rtoe St each. Much lees than you can Make for. LrATIIIK DKrAtlTMKKT. Hna aperltt at traathw 'n Chatttdelit lleao: 4 sptrtidld itaslllhM In Oose Catf, w'tb meaBtlaaa of oxMlsad Miser. No. t. la all the different hitln..$t., each ., do do do l.ttewh 3to,1, do do do 1 Weaeh J o. -I, do do do M eaeh Imitation ImMIs Chattehtiae Hats for S6-, tlM aBd 81 M eaeh. Ileal trot for It.eTaad iJR each. SMALL WAHX UBrAKTMBNT. Oak Fae r utters Almond Jlral Tender ttabox Velorlal'owder ....asabox TalrBwi Towiler ..Mo box These jovm! era we wilt aaaraatee tube per fwitljr pure aad taumleM to tWe ikln. aad upon use you will aaa that they havato txiual. V e have SaBBdereTowder at lo a box. UM0RELL.B. UMIIKHLLAS. A Job lot of rood, rrrvieeable Umbrellas, SS'lBeb, at S1.7S eaeh. The kaBdlee alone are worth that. This Umbrella Is toade of tins aeet quality Gloria Cloth, paragon frame, and the handle are marvel of beaaty. You will not Sad two alike In the whole tot, aad there are 1C0 of tbem. Tbey are mostly of Wettael, Databoo aad fteh Oak.aurved and twisted la many uaWjue and strange term. If you oj-elouesd of as Umbrella this is the obanee (or you. There are oaly W0 of tbesi and tbey woa't last Ions at the prise tbey are marked, fur tbie Umbrella I Us ex traordinary bargain for S1.73. W, A, PIERCE & CO., Sl'CCEiOK3 TO . G. DAV1B, m Market Space 719 CuHutt SUtiUk Stfeat. WBIfKY OF YE OLDEN TIME. It ItWD't TkDt-le Wen All Up I.tke the blu ur TbU liajr Usee. "Mote than one-half of the saaa that arc arrested for druakaaaaes aad Ukaa to the police headquartere are ataay," said a vetaraa osneer ta the Sanillti Tim refortw. "There kt coat ashing about the whisky asaa driak aowasbtys that wiada thsdr undewtnndiay all aa, twists these all up, aad finnhlaa usatr IsaaeWsA tanlO adUftMMaK BsV&aaaa ba9 sMsatt tiautd. "Now, yaara aao, back Kaat, it was Boshing uauaual ta saa a aaa gat so that his lege would all twist up, aaji aia league would evea gat a sfttue thick sow aad than, but ha lehkaa got esasy. "lids is a neat age of lataaoec weual, hut I tfiut't aaHeva thai they hava hstpsovad oa the whisky of our gsttastfaauMS." Tlie aaute Hulv (Susbt w AHtv. Youag aahar Witat euffitt aha baby's food to be, Dt. Caasjasai t Jratitfi Nflrti lag but tae asttk fo one cow. Youag Mutaer ui I baaVaae you aafiiVd tln aasUOallMsfar OstttfkJt 0 llsjaill aftMsif 0$ 5s9stof-" Twsaff Maar--Wli, sVwtor. amouid tjheir be eatge frtkai uaa eeaJ xsai tiateiwa. JeatytMMSi. Couasssl AM ail you caa do is to coaaVai thai you e guiMy f IWanater (seJy)-- Yea. afar. ClaauMail WaU. then, i'w Jaid Ik oajpf jhslesaw v cag offer h kyiaitt pTswaWWsF' IBsaWHssy sWapsy t -sPIF JMai VHf fiaatt aMWptai Ol Os9aMaaWll Of epaasaaw jajnar aaap jaew aaaap aar "sasanwesieasiisseeew 'saaai wataa jean i ewn ra sMMsast' saass a JHmm Aiai. lnlaiaa will certainly aasttfu 1 doubt it 'Why? etit body says su Yen but ti ittjo no hiiUJii.il AMrsr.MKNTa HUTUMN WASHINGTON steaW-VSTSie mff JuSwijHIL w" l'il" llffliiiaah " trilILCl8TtItAT,0CTT)BKR . ASD CONTIXVISB UXTIL OOWDKR M, IS- Cl VMVB, riTK RACIK5 KACH DAT. rUHSBS SM.eW. STSRPLHOtlASB StETiY rrTMKK DAY. TUB BWT CLA8 OF HAOKHORSBS WILL TAKK TAJtT. nit8TnACKATr.M. Admhsten, monads, irrand-stand ami pool lawn, fl. Inelndrne alnb-bease and IKtitmlh, SI to. Apply to O. O. f TAPJ.rs. Treastirer, Wlllard'e Hotel, for member's badges. thJctlrraWe ttarneters wltl be excluded. Trains leave n. O. Depot ltHs, mm, 1 and 1 30. Hound trip, eeats. oota St WE 8LEY HDJOININC THB METHODIST UNIVERSITY, Corner Loughboro and Tunlaw Roads. The Sale ol this Most Delightfully Situated Property Opens SEPTEMBER 25 HND CLOSES OCTOBER 25. Price,10 and 2D Cents Per Foot. A 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 t.andred yards ol the place It is high and dry, and the u." at panorama, ever presented to view, of the Government's beautiful buildings, the hills of Maryland and Virginia, 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 sinTcing lund 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 F. Fourteenth A TONIC. Horsford's Add Phosphate. A BMMa tt&BaaUssMs aUatl sUaVsMsanVaUat WUsaVO antral spfasttar. UaoaiWtaa aad awtaftwtaa taa tasad hsasa aast aoay.lnnnistii ranarrat annsaT aad yam Hay aad saavaas taa JaassJas. Br a. K. Cawaa. Baaasa, V. Y-. saw! t has asaaad of jasaU tndaa tor aa teats aad wsrMysag tanaanan " Br. J. B. Wait niaWaaanan Yt. aarattMiBtt cataattSAL WtMHU. aatrjnaw wawsnrnjns " sftssi at I. saMSaaaW tasf aaVsaasanftMsVaW taatatl Ca-aWMat aa saaa taa wosd -Haaatar v4sMAb1. lMtfeC BCtal 1h aUfiUr.. 7Vt. p. siltz Importing Tailor, m F STttSstT UMTsiWJiT. tab laa Mnaat -, a Wrsjlaaini BaaasW aVaaatat aaaw aa aapnaaanv nw aaBBBnnnannaaaBaaBBBianas MM sU-sat Mnnthar t WnniOngliin ttaaak ttthb r iiarr tl larwi atMl MMMrlsiaa baucta awl aasd TVtEBTING JOCKEY CLUB, HEIGHTS and G Streets. BUDOATIUNAL, LANGUAGES, TKEBERLITISCMetLsf LAK&UAgES Tatutb isatat a'wrtawaat last aad liuat ftaattaal taatraattoe TsUtilai. its. sWasntoii ta aaw Yatk. aaaioa. VasiM lAaTaaaaWlaa. Batla. Uasaaaiasa. yiM yaHaaat rivia rmafiiiiiiif sc, Jrtasraiaiaalii irishaHlsy. m m . -. rU: AM danartsaanti trf baaMfcas uf aa iu coarrM on Atroaoewr, i union. ZuukutT. BotjuiT, ato All ajaatlDtaa aBJB.aa4 ay aa ta asta aaaaa- Vm wnishar lafursjatlgn sactT to aaa Pa. fruisaaor t. T . WU8TOX IX B. salft.tai OiSKC UUAV jWat.Kaaa cot-Ussx O IXKTUIMUWI l . faliiWll of acauojui L-auMul imrina. .l..l nrftl aair aaa sugw aasiinai. nmsirnii iino. ..,, , auiZWmm&SBEL M ryuvMaa AXasaHat AJaas. "r" "inajl aaafiaaa Ha war, at. AaOxtss taa Bssalaant or iii,jf a K SUUUi.aa. Waggamrn OPtOManTL V9VW"P" njlaf asaaaaas ata anamaa. tru: Taaaatsai aaslaasa aaa Aoaoaabt Praaaral'T FtauttcsJ laailsa fc-auoi m aacstaaaa aaa ry ps;tMaaa- fiaarviaal 7aalllllUt ASt IT'S ISM KJSTS. VK ItATWRAt, TRUATRJt. N FRANCIS WILSON A3 COHPAUT hi Iftn Jrr-t Osjssretta ana u.-est n - THE MBftRY MONARCH. Matrta anittrrts Xanay, I Mtittmrsa weut s OM.lf. I JHITSTRKt.S. -CLi -.sMiTSnrsr.on ' A LBAtTtltM flRAWB OPBR noiSK ixtwnas at -Irw,T mt!nkk sat URvr. Armani Enirarewwnt of the rmon MeCAULL OPERA COMPANY, rrreirtles; thts Latest Oomlo Optra Succcs Tit" SEVEN SUABIANS, By the Oompn er of "The Bfsrsr Stadt t and "BlacX Itassar." SATURDAY KVKKItTO. BY SrilCIAI. ItBQfBST, CLOSER, Nrxl weth-The New Ifomsntlo Drams t.OODOtDTl.MBS lMf 1.1 ARMS' RHtltr TtlEATHB. XJ Week BimencinR SIONDAY, OCT. W. .1. Florences Romantic IrMi Comeily, INSHAVOGUEI OR, THKROLD I10YOPB. LOTTIE ttlNNETT as a TRUB IRISH OIRt, Xeit tveek-rAYMASlBR. tf t NAW WASHINGTON I IHEATRE.ilTnST. TI113 VKRK-t,ftlUe, Mnttneo To-morrow. Howard BigBurlesque Company Tiir ini.k or itr.n." Pacy, Hpohcrclie Iteprortnotlon", 31 AIT SIOItnAN'N Mtl.Ml tVOItltS OP AIIT. Tho Ln'rst anil l.trellet Rurlesque, Till-. tl(4tl.TtY TAllt. NfitwceK-T KNIOttTOWUt. GL0I1E THEATRK-WKEK OP OtTOnKR 18. MatlneM Momlsy, Vetlne(lajr, Fi, (Uyamt PatnrJny. The NEW YORK OAIKTY BrECIM.TYC'O. An Bntcrtalnment ot Unusual Excellen milK MERRY OOR0UND, IStli And U streets. Cnt tltl rmt. It Isgoml forntia rMp ;tr t T UK KEOLIHN, Is the nra!ett ot Alt Mnsleal Instrurnci:' lleean'c It performs any mu-lo (rom n watta or a ballad to An OTottare or a symphony moro beaatlfully sad RHrte oetrly rerfeet than any other slnitlo tMtrament. The Aeolian Is not neoBauloil, but tho RWBiptilalli n of It Is so simple that a perm i. saaletrn to play It with from one tott.na vreaas' practice. 7or rWt to e thlilu stroswat will be estaesseil a farur at E. F. DROOP'S, KS TA. AVK., f ole Agent for Stelnway ami Other First" Claes I'lano an4 Oreaui. KUUOATION.Vr,. AG.DKMY OF TIIB nOLY CROSS, 11 Mass. Ave.. Affords every facility for aeqatrloz a thor otixhedaeatlonla literature, motlo anil art Tie Imtrumuiiti tanght are piano, barp, Tlo lis, collar, maadolla and banjo. Linffuagei, eenoral Tooal, drawing and fanoy work tree. tel2,ly -nUTOKH'S COLLKOU rHBPARATOHY SCHOOL. New DruBswtsk, N. J. Reardlex Sebool for Boys asd Young Men. I'reparea fer the bast eolles, scientist? seboola or buslBess. E.H.COOK, A. M., rb.D.. nad Master. JV1-KADVILLETnEOLOaiCAl. SCHOOL. MeadTllIe, I'a. Bduaatss for the Christian Ministry, Room rent asd tnlttoa free. Aa eetraaee fee of t-W far cat, beat aad ere ot roost. All expenses Btederute. Term bciaa SKFTEMDER 30. AddraM REV. A. A. UVERMORB. D. V., frtildeat. Maadvllle, Fa. w BIX8 COLLEQE FOR WOMEN, Aurera, Oeysfa Lake, N. Y. Three fall ooorses of study. Looatlon beaatUul aad heaUalttl. A reaaed CbrUtlan base. 'wbaiMw ready naxt September. Seettea beatae SEPTBMBBK W, 1UD. Send fsM" aafltaiOatalf ' E .8 .FRMSBB .D D .. Principal. T a 1K8 BAYABB'S INtrTITUTB. Norwalk, Coaa. A Haaw Sellout lor atri aad Y-aug Ladles. Msuabar of baaraiaspaaUs Hltd 10 twenty Bssaitent sdyantiqiw laMuslo, Art and toe Ijsgaigas, BTimwm. PlaaHUit ground 1, Heawhrat teeatlaa. Paatss boarded througij taa mmaar aaoatas. Baaad. washing and tuMea kt the BaeUea hraasbes, $U0 per asBaBBBaaaftaaaaal SsaaasT saaMasl fea? fltMBaaaJ T UUtlK asWIKAXY. " Uasss,a. A saaaal far yaaag nana aad jobbk ladies at Unas. Laaaaasar Qaaaar. Pa. vrth year A sat, anmfnrtiata tnhnet aoasa; tliorou.-!: Brasses; asaialavaariaat ot tbalndiTldcut MuaU aawaaaa aaami at atadr, trary pleas ant hiaoranatmaaai asalnil.aaw per year AaaaaaUa. Ma. SNat aasSSMt TT T" WVH SBPTBM ttgB Meat BaiMtssjsaasa aad tour cuursea afatatav aastsnisjf ataaat T asaaat. Terms TsUWUaWaU, U. , ?B CT. Uixsm aCsaOOU Pa. I Iflsn i ""' aaaaatsoaauybaoi i. sat Vmwfsrr fcashjaaaa aatatamaaas Dmng WMdwtaA- Psaaaw w aar ouUage or boai ng. Haaa nana sbJs laaf so Yale. Sarvard lyaiPaaiiSilna aaaaWaaMolyoBiuterboF CaUBJUW H STHOl'T, Prtnaiiw M laajaiaJWlsSCSaieofcBOaluiKJ-b ta Has. Vaaaiaas fr Co. g Msaaaataod by wbi. b L13 laaaaaawiu be lu-o. assataaaaad asUSsun tf Mint AUteos ptua- UaJ Qft 'TlsOllflfltrgaf'ltJ AMrritl"n X&QjkMi atiaf ttats) sl )pf 1tf 'Waa''1! 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