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THE DA1L.Y CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER IS, 1890.
Tub Daily Grtoc A SB PAflTAU MMMIfiK PieRflsawR, "- -- . . SH ttMtttJ f?iSSijlON ejfttrie MSMt, 4S B.STRSBf KCIlt fiVf itf tfJUMHMHVtt L'l'l'r", S. C. Tsrtw or MiwunmHM. Bf sanm fRPMseRi preanteh I ee.. .it . it , n w w 1 1 CMtflNM hi HW SrnT, i BRSRtR. fe.C. Wjnninwwm. D. . OcTOTW IB. 13W. J A TYPICAL "IIKMAI.D" DISPATCH Th cot respondeat of the Ifew Tort Jferwai letcfnipki that paper that the President has retolTvd upon three things, to-wlt: first He Intend to rill rwittu In ex tra session rarly I SoTember. gseead He wilt nominate Attorney Gen eral W. It. It. Miller to the scanty hi the itaarerae Cenrt. Third lie wilt make W Ilium It. Tsft, the present Solicitor Gerrst of the Depart ment ef Justice, heed of the Departaient. The corretiwmletit i m modest M be is able. lie doesn't relate the part he took in enabling: the President to ar rive at these decisions. He tloee, with proper prophetic acumen, mh a giving clause by My Ing that, "as far as present Indications go, be will ailhere to them," "he" meaning the President, and "llicm," bU triple resolve. This ills patch is quite lo the entlrf vein. It Is like the li tinier, who (hot to hit, If It ttH r drr, nod mist. If it wm a cnlf. HUSTON HAIUKai'KS IIMSi:M The publication In This Critic of Tteasurer IIckon's chance hi be up pointed an Assistant Secretary of the Treattiry hat had the etleetot setting that gentleman's vocal organs to work And when Ills vocal works get goln he Is liable to say something inuret ing; If impolitic Of course heilenlet btl r em harin been a rand (dale fur Ashdnttt Secret iry. Hut Tiik ( nan-did not chttrue lilmultli being ! tmdldale for the place. AVhitwus ill wa that be down on the l'nldtliiil slate fur the proMon, nitd pvrA tmllilctil iva.ons wire Aigned f.r the PusMeniV M-li-ellon. Mr. lltr low It t-aitltil nut to say that he vkmIiI tt'fue tbe office If It ere ttmJerl him. He ooHtenta himself with wying that hi would hare In con sider the proffer, lnu caw of ttil kind liu who hesitates accept. The difference or $1,500 In the sale tit's of the two placee would henothleg to Mr. Ht'kTON, for he Is a rich man. nearly. If not quite, a millionaire. In hie talk, Mr. Ilrerox declares his belief that Indiana will go ltermbllcau ntt inetitb. unlets some Insane act is Indulged In by the managers of the campaign. He then Indulges In the foitonlng queer speculation: If Indiana poet Kcpublkau next Norrm lr, llarrttoa't ehanrrt fur renoadnslum re worthl. II will nut be Leant of lit I be National Contention; where, If toe Mate is retried by lu IVwocrat U will be tHMMaed beyond the tbadow of a Uuubt. Mr Hrsrux then relates hmm eute work be did at Chicago In 1388, which he datura hlnuelf secured General HAMiuao- the noainallon, ami follows wHhan argUMfut that If Indkna goes lWpubllean this fall It will show thut anybody can carry it as well u II.vmki tt, and that that would be fatal to HjkitHHHW'H fMfispeets of renoainatioa. Mr. Ilvwc lbn ledubtea In some vhj too, not to say 1 1 bald and men Ilftous talk about "IIambisok and the IHil," acd iaakta that "the ehaaewi of ih nan auow the way for a seaoad lesaa t istlrely upon the defeat of bit wa party at the pojU nxt momik inhU own Sfctate." "The ma acseas the way" it hardly a mpectftd way for a Goventaaent of ieM to ipaaa- of Ma ehlef. A clerk w.i. HouWlalk in that f aablon of his I - chief wottMi be inrwitneatlly rttarbmiuA- Why the should the bu ei blef eMe nhen he uacs suck saw iownH lb Hteabaee)? tf'h rriMeleni as ever donbud t , Khitiw uf kirs-piag J a UK H. I i t-nox v t taw Cablaei. tbie retaartaJnli pr ''! i will rcftala'y aattht Ha uas i1k. Taut Xyr Yww tOur, udmria to th amaiafirtaa at Ueaa iav ttat Aaataihly. mwi: "Thai agaa of Orsawal M xwtiu V. XriUuos far thai iiaeniiiiy. hi the Sevaaria. das taiat of thai ctty. t typical of ttw aoat of caasMacy upon which Qeaaeerais ought a? Italia- (ataAia MV4kHttii & iWiUMMataad aerekas la aUiiutry ttfe to pabUe gtaittnda tin nasi aa)faaaaiui caaaer mi mthJtr &U tejteaiaati haa tnulpaad hi aw laWawaa bf a legiaiator as few of MaT vUmm tuipted. Tbadiatftot hjaM af was Kcpubikaa b W7. It at m woVcMtd. If tt ha ac i fi aUOaTlathiTr yaaUiUal ' mm "ajia"rBesai aptaaBnpaaa 'vNI haf nmrff iwd ftptiiij IMiMpcciiiiat. i CaMkBAy H UatfttltlttMt aV a I 4tt0l& h0 dint bat tafifMttffcWl bbbbbbk M.E&tK Pf aMaaaaaalBrW itt illA Ml' of tfeu aMat neab-aJe OaauaJ MciUawJi." A I 'ap aWIPaa' aBW aaa'pwenaB' ar waaRfajpraBHiBBape ttUajSv aad Miajuahtjf m,,LJ gla hia uariv t gaAa as UuaalPaaa, eatf Ajoaaa t ajaa4 aaa f aMh aiNaaatfMNMW aajiaaaawsgejajaMM aanf e MaV riifoiMiwr Y- Uc PnwJWJWJUOi febjajis of SJMM aaj au hase bees piuaad avto gaaaaf M aaw by Vciiua uf najata. Hat ej4 SiaMwCtouM Court tftayat aoa inaa ska Wllmjx Ossaaaal Iakaaa U TBaP isar a aa sagpBaaF aaarBaanajpr W rJaaTana't anAaaaW l& KaaAanaW. krifaUlaBBt aaaaal faP aaaaaanBp' (rea'ep aaasaaiBa" amarFai aaawr . , L-1-. .j w u ItSi Ht Wtt-i p4wd tUiii i lu tie WlLoui act 1'Ue eJ (.It ..' ' I t Jal tUnJa, I , Imp d.. . a li l., .-. ii,uxtti' Jti i orltinil pnrk l eonremrd. Tho frellng In lhre cnwiwtltfrlBl ftnt rtewrwe o nprwd to pToitlMrlM AM R Wffl ptotaMy pro tprMM fo etact mm l whlth eoM make th- Wit.fr act rtectlTe. Hit Cmi t , Acltftg iirpeHawwrent of the Cefettn Bntttn, baa rfwltned to HfJtttv M tt BrthatrJ of Marft WWAS rf Sf Tot Hitivir, In eitecT, Intit the tnwMMttoti taken by tlw pottce ht of thai cy In Ortnber e iml xmi for that taken by the cessiH cm pfnyes last ira. ThU mrmH b. if jraftenirf carried nut, to stihatltnta a trt .teatly for a decennial nniH. Jndi Ing ffotti the twnin nn reported from tlfparf of the coaniry. the crtisiw aft pail ho bo about at well taken M It pwtto he BWnVf lire law. It ill ctr ajg'y m)ttire Wore than Nfr Yirk' hyfjirtMl crlee to npeet ti. The mtmnr ta ao tin t iwiilata I tt at the WitHct Comnilwdonerti. nnrl r the lead of CVdottfl ltonttRT. will reditu the eutnber of licensed saloons tn at fttm anttethtng oetl,1W). If It be true tt would seem that' the experience of Philadelphia sad Pittsburg with peak eaafcg hat been lost n our Iken tag heard. Tltfc CWTtc t.R.Ria with pleattre from rjlspwlcbts In I he mornlna: pupen that the rrnort that rx ltepremntalire William L. coTt of Kile, Pa., Is con ralerelnn and haa been fcr some days. He took hi usual drt re yesterday. He wilt come to this city as soon as he is strong cnongh to stand the Journey. "Ta'crt" liAMtwix, the California mllitrmnlre hmsemait, says that trotting on a straight irdle track will lie Inau gurated at Monmouth mxt season. If the races ate slraleht n well as the track the public will be delighted. JrGoMuwoKSKAT of Alabama and lite Postmaster Gt net al should refuse to pay the rcwards'i fferitl fur the capture of ltuuK Ili'KRows, the outlaw, the iffictwlll be to boom ttsln robbing as an Industry. A MOHNINH CORTUtl'llKARV lltW found a namelees Congrmsman, who thinks there will bean i.xtra session of Congress. Xainelcr stalestnen know anything able editors want them to ktiow. A (oi.oitKt) PitoiiiHiTiox orator up in MaMachttriitts fotiml the hotels full wlunhe applied for loilglng. Of coins', n man of hU ptlnclplee 1 1 u'dit't May at a house 1KB, was full. Mks I.ii.max M. Got;i.i) of Murphy, M. C. kllltd her hutlMiut with a My darftr while drunk. Flte hai been tild ami arqultlul. i.pd now proposes lo no on tho stage. Of ooikm. l'l AiTKAtts from the d'apaUihdS that Gut In l Is to rttnaln tbti Cipltnl of Oklahoma. This may tint lie Import ant, but It seems to be authentic. HOTEL ARrFvALS. UttrofMiUaHW. (t. (lulmtu, HalUnwire-, 0. V.JtiorR,New Vcrk; (Ivorye I), (irren, Ulhuii, N. C: WMIUm C. ,1wh ami A. M. SkUll, New VwK. XttfiBHHl-C, JI. Coen, W. II. 'eU, M. 1. hVad, Matt Sture, C. Collagn ami J. ltker. Nkw VihV; I.. N. Nutette, I)t4roit; A. It. -Mjtir ami wlfr, Pavanuab; A. X. Ax Ull, jr., Ctartioout, 8. I). W. Jitmri.-F. Win. Snow, New York; J(,bn S. McKlernau. juetvllle, Ohio; J. O. (UMbwalU, TexMi II. U WatMiM, Ktcli hmm1; Krit. Moore, HingbawpUw, N. V.; lleur 4. Ilujer, C'awbriiTge, Mum. illarr-J. B. Weltbrell. Btwtoti; F. Detbler, New Hruutwlck; J. S. Smith, Han for. Me.; Spencer liegert auil imrtyot venty-Te exeureionMa, Nw Kuglaat; J. V. Taj lor and Kdwin Wallattou, Kea iMrtt Suture, l'n. JliftmioUn 0. Arery ami Jokii C. Ken smXy, New York; K. 0. 1'bUliiM, lJacoln, Neb.; II. K. Uuwout ubU wIU, Hrookljrn. M'erMffe'f-Cadwahuler Riddle. PtiiU ilclphla; WUliaat T. JeMttnai, Tommmo, Canada; W. V. fcwuu, Morton. Skorrkuat Mm. Peter Donahue, lJ!r O. Martin and Mr. Kd. IttrUu.iwi Fion ehe; Mr. and Mr. K. C. Jobnoa, New Yuik; tiewae It Morrtaon, Saa fnuhiteo. .trtiUMJ. N. MeXeal ad wife. Indt anaMlla Iueeau Mrlntvie, Montreal; Wm. 1J. IMII, Clearffeld, Pa., K. Kiwrd, Halttauwe. XurmmudHU. It. Nagle and wlfr, Krie, Pa ; J. C. llariuod and wife, Itoag Kotut, ( biua; M m. JI. jpuuchh and wile, PWU delpaia; Citaiua 'U. JotuUvlik, Ky. hkbiitW. h. PavfaUoa and wife, Cia rlnnaU. Wllbun II. Hwrfc, Xototk; Jaaua J Moody, New York; Mr. and Mm. kT. Miaa, anew, M.: J. A. Wilaoa, Frank ttn, P..; It. 8. CraufaHd, IlageMtuMa, MJ. Uuti JOjMa W. L'alhaaa, ChU louga; Lbarlca Itellwcb, Mew York; Edgar O. Uer, Jiattaa; i. . Mudlcr. t York. aMtjrft-l. K. Ker, C. J. UubbeU, and CbarlM KuouliM. UlI'MWHMUl !! IfcMlMlsk !iW. Htm td m. Uu Put OUmKA. Oa la aaals tf teptamiilnHoa Uim pMvetUd for paHr advajntage they ate rwaattag oa Mcriag a wtjortty of twealy-iva ia the uet Houae, avaa if they poll kas thaa half of the popwUr voie la Xwresabar. i if oaa-fftk of tair vote should rap meat aotahu but tku UIUmm of tha Ragjnj) ateataeil- Taaata Sfiawasa k to taa the flni'etaamat out ofthehaadsof tha atJat d to sruie tha rule of igaAraaca mm the U ttijustiaea of the cogatry. Wluiuukvl Vtom. Oki Fort Worti MmMS- Postiuaster General Waatakr is credited with baiag (e of aiaa Fhili drlphiaai who awda up tha eof fa, m tutd la bswiag U tha akKlaUy imiicL If tail is trtai. tha aiarchaat Cfops iHt, sad U pcovvs thai cfvU mi hen f'fljilal dvty esd atusdag achaaat ae aas yy'tity aa wMt&w auad taat haa so atari's sal uliy atmihid bioif to hug ajad to laU. JM HatiHiln MeinM W ftm ate X Qrimtt Waa- Baaarrat. Tha iaiquki of the mw mmmtm efllt staha taaasitrae lelt at s aviy tafia, ttttm aMidily Mt MTtlcfal of ttUNMaVsl VVi tsVfM.Bf TeaVal V I'f rtslfctlal tssUnt bkajMidtUi ML-VlHiiV liihlirtri at eisy aanPsRaaawapaj ajsaajvar eralsSMpsparSBT tt EaU OS. Ltd, Ut CUU MLttai. JJFt W wp ajaaajajai law o who wuuatoai to he ui ai a wa-t Wut i 1a ia wiuj aIL. oes kJ Tita itaiihliijc bWyiaaaaa Mow Us KUe auata aVaaai Viih u fwir-wTai aaaraaaiat akn littfcu, oti diid ItPlfW ilkt L,I 'Ji- IMdi. . lu ika il i U ' uL lo be D. ilj.1. .i A..L iti i . PERSONAL. Ifoa. Baker A. Jamboti, n old WaahtngToatftft, but no a resMettt of Jtw Totk cltt. i about to leave fr hie home, having spent of the l-t sewron of Cones ie prrtseruiine hli claim for an oxtension of the Simrwon Mih marine telcpraph pateRt." to Which he Is sole heir. Tbe rmteirt is a telnt hh om, and Mr Jsmfsrm has every cw Mence and assurance of in favitm wiMMeratlon at the next eslon of Congress. The wife of Speaker Reed, alongside of her big hnrmnd, Icoks like a lttt'e ghl. She I well endowed with menttl qualities. Mrs Ucctl's maiden name wae Smsan Merrill, and she was bom In Ceater Harbor, Me. Her father. Rev. S. II. Merrill, waa an clrquent minister of the OoRsregatlnnal (hurch In that section nf New Enaland. PrevtoRSto her marriage she taught srhonl for sev eral terms. The onfi- child of Mr. and Mrs. Hrert Is Catherine, a fit! of 15. The Herd hare one of the handsomest honsee In Portland, and in this city they lire at the Shoreham. It Is said lhal Gladstone is so senMre to adverse rrlilrtsms that every news paper, maasrlne, book, or other publi cation that cornea to Hnwanlen is ex amlned by members of his family before It reaches him for fear that some unpleasant opinion may npeet his eiit llbtium. At the sale of Lord Tollcmtcbe's fntnitnre In St. James' Sqnsre among other lots put tip was a mabognny lied stead at five shillings. Ifo further offer was apparently forthcoming, until It transpired Iliat'Mr. Gladstone had slept in It for over seven months, when It became an object of the most snitlted competlliun hid was sold for a latge sum. A Paris correspondent says that It Is hardly possible for any one not Inti mately nripialDtctl with the facts to teal ire (be extent of the petting and adulation that Is lavished on Alexander Dumas. He has a clique or coterie of his own which sttt rounds liltn with all sorts of attractions. Dr. William Everett, whom the Mas sschtiKtts Democrats of the Fifth Con gtcsslcnal district have nominated to rpposc Henry Cabot Lodge, Is one of the most eloquent orators In New Eng land. He is a son of Edward Everett, and has been more successful nsnschool tiachcr and priacher than as a politi cian. LIQUOR LICENSE AGITATION. A Coinnillteo t!ull on tlm ItmuuiU Inner nml I'llo it rrntor. Clerk Hunter reports Hint, up to dttte, fotty-four wholesale and forly-sl re tail liquor license applications hove been filed. On account of the number of retail sntoons hav ing been reduced by otdor of the t'ommlMloners to -I'M, the Indi cations aru that an unusual nuiiilir of applications fur whiilesulH lli-ii'os will Yaj lllul. The W) retail llqinir ltnenses rtfiiiul to have nolhlnit tu do with the wholia1e Felling of lhiuot. ThU afternoon Mew it. Iltrbmr. Madman and others called up'm lUu t'cMiuiUali tiers to ptotett agilni Ihu IttiillHiii'ii of retail Hct-iiR-d hhI huh to 4(K. a referred to In Tut. t'KiTi.' of yesteidny Thi-v were liif.irtnwl ilruilie order lniKd )l ay II I tat would lie ad lie red to unless Engineer CominU- elor.er itobert ohnnged his views In re gard tu the mailer. The liquor men Hie anxiously iiwaUIng the return of Colonel Itobert to the DUtrlcl build-- Axorltitlun liicorixirntrd. A new beuevolettt association to be known as the "Willing Helpers" h.ut filed n certificate of Incorporation. Tbe objects of the society are purely benevo lent ami the incorporators arc John W. Green, Mis Marv Sltnmca, Mamie Dowltntr, Mary Welden and Vincent U Devaul. Tbe Guarantee Ileal Estate Invest ment Company have also Died a certifi cate of Incorporation. The capital stock Is $1,000 and tbe Incorporators are II. L. liryaa, K. Mills. II. II. Haaard, Francis J. Kleckhoefer, E. It. Tow. L. O. Williamson. T. J. Newton W. P. Cole. U. H. Browne, S. G. Kberlv ami C. It. llaker. Will, filed fur l'robjto. The la will ami testameat of the late Mlehael Tally of Ibid city was tiled to day at tbe omce of the Register of Wills. The will of the late Siedman C. Chubb of St. Joteph. liertien County, Mich., was alto Died. He leaves all his prop erly ami estate to his widow, Carolina P Chubb, who U appointed his execu trix. In ami Out o( OominUtloa. Otdera bare beaa Ueuad putting the U. S. B. Nipte, oow at tbe Mare Island Jsavy-Yard, San FraiwUeo, out of cow Bdsaiea. The Nlpsto will be at oooe dry-docked, and repairs to the extent of 40,tKJO will be put upon her. The San PraacUeo will within the sent ten day or so be put la eounnU sion awl will auad prolMWy be or.irl as the tiagaaip of the .VUue iqua-lrou. Tttv Juauutlla Muuuuunt. The ariaageaieala for the uaveiliag of the HMMUiRMMtf to the Jeanaatto heroes aie eearly cow plated. Tha uaveiliag ol the asoauaweat will probably take place the latter part of next week or tha baeiaaiag of tha weak after aaKi. The ostirial arrnageaMiaU will he auile public a Tuesday or WedaeatUy aex t. a.rrwtit au a Srtuu Ofaaru. Charlae Quite was arrest d this aftar aaaa ua a charge of tnilnrmnt expasuie. U iaduced three Uitla ehlbitea to eater vacant house oa SUtoeuth treat near lb hi salary yesterday, aad there coaasmiued the estate. He t Waspted the saaae thiag agaia to-day ajpi was arfeated. wm it saiMr WHtiaat i. Ftoetar wren Ttw Cuitk eosaalalsdaaT that eat that Nth iaataat Mr. Luke S. Terry, liitpeiaineaihini ef RMtrht la tha KaahvihW (Tetw.) post oaase, asalaal bias a lanntisy eager fur . wkaca aa m apt wt aacaiveu. on wajau to haor what la th, i the atattar with WaaRstaJMtr 9 atata ButtiHag permit have has Wauad to Jus Muua. to erect hrfek deUta t 1113 ti autaa Arthwaat, to cost iM.Ma);to WiutawU aiugsaW. hrtok dmeuuur au M ataast eiarHhesst ia.la: V saasaaiBBj rar mm aBBRSaawT navHSRRRBrax aaar w JauMtel)- aVtraa. tew bakk 4eJaVhf, lbW aaji UW hi a-petaaoa tor a bid of occe kd to-day by WUlie aL IUvs I out bit wife, Ca.ihar4aa Uarts- fhaf were naariied to law Yorh lat M CrueWy. WltlillMafJ aUui daaRRaVMattali sV tkd waaBaaaHaBSBBaaBBB taaapaa WsSBwaaawasapwsBp 1 chMaa whM tha hua4 mk- It! I? J Guiuke. "Ue ol the I5jrl ! aUoui i i uaU. ttuui ib. ;-v. .i.uUi i a u '4.1 uJ' nJ U.-. fi -Lu., j Tuc tfa a t-t.tu -be lt.-,vAU.a it i at -ii,.. IN A BEAUTY SHOP. WXIXE ART MAKt IMPlWTKMlfTrS OX KATt7RrS KAMlWwfclt. n Interesttnc OMnrrenee Irrltw1. TRe TVaj- Tht ?1nrttrnlitle the Jlr ttn THhn the tiTfe. rushes. Xtn yrirtm fa Xm T rTferftf. Kater a girt In gray wrster, wrrne swd grovea. Approach a gW in Mr with rmlnt or her cheeks ami a diamond RR rler her chin. The ctntomer has a pair of tferm thin lips with which It is dnRgerette to tam per, and the clerk has a rarir of Urate coal-black ryes that map fire wUh the slightest friction. The moment they meet there is a clash. "What's wanttd'" the clerk asks Ms dalnfnlly. "NntRlngfromrm." Is the tart reedy. ' Why?" In n mellifluous tone. "Yon'r too pert for utility," and giving her head nn Ada, lthan tilt she sells across the roam ami tells a demure little blonde with mnaRftcttired eyebrows that she wants her hair combed." "Ctrtalnly; won't yrm be seRHsuT' "I don't want a shampoo. I don't want a coiffure, ami I don't want any pomade." 'Cerdtnly. Plisll I assist ywa with your coetf" "No; haven't lime to take It oft. Just pin a couple of towels about nte." "Certainly.' The customer rrmnves her gloves and hat, dirts into Ik r pocket ami hauls out an outue or iiramly. a rack comb, a One tooth cetnli ami a wooden back brush. "I want this pottrrd In my hair, ami nothing clfc: 1 want ymt to tree these combs, and I wnntyou to brush my hair thirty minutes by the clock to get It clean and get the smell of brandy out oflt." "Certainly." The customer seals liorself In front of a toilet table, llio cittk fastens !oa whlto towel fore and aft, takes n doren or fifteen big and little plna from her hrad and lets down a wig of chestnut btimn hair, coarse enough to make a good rcitibblng brush. The tresses tiro shook nut, the clerk tuns her pretty white lingers ovir and through the hair to looteu It at Ihu iralp. and after the cptratlun the contents of Ihe little bottle aie pound out and tubbed into tbe rotes of the skin. It Is a good brand of spirits, for the fumes till ihc (Imp with reminiscences of ClitlsIiiiHS puddlnt;. Following this tcasnnlng the comb Is applied, the op tralor beginning at the end of tho hair and ci inblng down. Then the trcs'es ate dlvldid In four I nits anil the renin clcanid In sections It lakes ftuty mlbiitca to oompleto tl Is, and then the brushing com niencis. The hair Is brushed bask wnid aril then dnnn tn matt anil In trends, utitll It Is ns clean and dry as straw. The tak floMieil. the eununr irrcetds lo i!o It up In the EmrlNli Istldr n. braiding It In four tlelit Mnnd ami i'litnltiK It In a panr.ikc form a' Ihe ccblie of her heaJ, midway between ciown and collar, while lhi mii illi-l.irk st the opptite Me of Hie ro.im i going through a coutiu of light cullstheulci to limber out her elliows. "I want my lathes trimmed," Is Ihe next request from the girl lu gray. "Certainly," U nsalti the cheerful to rponfe. She seals her with her back totht window, tuns a pair of long (lender srUfota through Ihu gas Uaine to take the chill oil and makes the necessary clippings, carefully fanning Instead of blovtlnt; the particles off ln-r cheek. Mxiy cents Is transferred from tt pretty nude leather rure to the pretty outstretched palm of tlm clerk, and the gltl In gray walks out. every eye In the beauty shop following her. She hasn't a color about her, nor a single feature that could he called pretty, but she Us mis well, walks and looks well; she Is well gloomed, severe ami serene, Ihree elements that go to make up tbe thorough bred. A BREWING TRUST. tile llitwem flotac Into a Coinhluu tlon In Chisago, Chicago. Oct. 18. A morning paper says: A new brewery combination is to be organised In Chicago. The com pany will he formed to include four or live Chicago houses and one In Mil waukee. The eapltalUatlou of tbe new company will be. It Is estimated, from $3.00(1.000 to $7,000,000. The properties under most favorable coahM t ration are: Yalblatz Ilrtswlag Cow rany of Milwaukee, Ernst Tonsetll mewing Company of Chicago, Gott fried Ilrewlng Company of Chicago, Itertbeomew & lioseiag Brewing Com pany, Chicago; Wm. Ituebl Ureviag Company, Chicago. Hood's Sarsapanlla l cnrluUy prepared f row SartapartUa. na 4b, Mandrake. Utwk, Hpilnewa, Jmduar tit-rrien aui olbtr wdl known aad valuable vr(tkU) am.Me. by a pwulmr nwantna tk a, ptupurtlan aiui pr viw, eivlaa to U'wd't rrMtiaitiU curatlte iun mttt, yutttt-i tittbvr nMtUitaui. It tcSdcU reofurtjitkbt ceina wkre uthun fail Hood's Sarsaparilla I tka het bluod uraler latox tna nnslia. It kradieatea eMjr iauwrUr aaa muu Hatut uls, haii IUmmub. aaU. Hmidee, ait Hnatora. Drsaeatta. HUonsuass Stek tiaadaetat. laat aeMuoa. 6eaeri iAeaitttr. oifairr. Kheuau tttai. KUaar and Uar enai pla taN, aeer ouwua taat tuwt nMAina staates &n atasJas aad haiku np the arsteat Hood's Sarsaparilla Ha "a rood aacce at hoate nh has aa i; ma a popalarUy la Lowell, Haas , waase it 1 nude, that whole aaiekWiThooi ate tatisaUat tbamuaa taaa. Lowell ariunAats ay taef sail atom of Hood's MaraaparHts than ef all other iarsaptrillat or blood patl- tg aataadbut alt over tha oouaUy. Hood's Sarsaparilla 1st lajhtnHjej ifi tbsl 1V Pat nVf l"nlff it fisVaaW apaaWMsC aVWOlss3i1 Haf ilea saaaaa4aUal aaa4aWawsVw) fis9 afa9nW W lAm;mi Uf tmy oUhr yrvmntkuu- M 4W lM Mai WelUiwV anaaaThRwaSsaSHilsV aeatareU 4m- : "Ufor tt. Hst eaty er c. L MtaaB JtOft. 1 nwnH. shtat MUJkKY f IMAM, M&Sts W4MOX UtL seaujashM at hMaaet a vaace a WK yyfc M tMifY U LOAS tMf Q-MJO Hit UlUmW. rnu wj.. sa La are- M' uw. ia au- ausw. 10 lAaX Oaf haUL '4r JtuUaaTV, 1 4W s P cr. u (NhWfO fitaBU.au Vxlv Stn. -rii M t ' U . SC. UILL, MJtAL fcl'.iiii i-j LjxHM . boJVlua tn i.I tli .1 iu ' . Ule awl Jflrv buurwui Cor -or oLU -X V ta . W L iTult HJ:11l4 urn Uu Huttor. FOR A GOOD SHOE VISIT For an Easy Shoe OO TO WILSON & CARR'Si Wilson & Carp's I'nstilonntileMine 31en, so. eaj i" vritittrr n w., Waehtneton, B. 0. lUWIMORR srtDHR, i hii.i n wrsT itAirnioiiit Krititm. Items of Interest to Mothers. For bat wilt irtve a ntolhtr more pleasure than the telretlnn of ihettalaty belongings for tbe tittle one. We have not had muoh to ray about this department before, as tt was not In the rfslit shape to do mi. Many tlilnrt tbat were ordered weeks Mneolmreonlr Jut arrlTed. Of eouite,moetof tlieso were In liaad made Roods, and as tttey were ma Jo to our order ami of our oioluslvu deslrns, tbore wasmotoorleesdetayln Retttne tlom We are ttady toir to thaw you a nj tiling pertain Inc lo tbe watts of nn Infant, Mid wn unhMl tatlntly asiert tlntwe have the most oom ptole Infant' nepartwent In every detail out iWeof Hex York city. Asthtslsan entlrelr new department evtyitihtkhowa Is of tin 'atott aad trust fathtooalde rl;Ie. There Is notblBK vou ran ak for In this line that we cannot tliow yon, fiom tbe tmallest oemb to the handsomest JmbivUiTCd Itobe,fro-n tits lWPttrkrd domett hi Moods lo ttie Hnest Inpotltd. We want tie Indies nf Washtnr ton to erderitaml that nomattnr what they want for "Daby" llMy will And ItatW. A. 1'IKItCK & co.'S. It w.nld be Impotstble for H to pi Into details about ttw llaautlful Little Oattsectt. but below will be fonada few of the thousand and oneartlebM nbleli contlllnte a baby's wardrobe. Infants' Cloakt la Mlk aad Cashmere. Some of ibiie BrBnUatutly osibroMttrtKl. Infants' 1'litt Coata In tllk, Calimore, lawh't Wotdand Corduroy. Hovt' guilt, loats and CatH to maUh.ln Ccrderoy. Caps for Hoys and Glrlt la 911k Hnd Swiss, rsBaisa la ptlee from ato to $ oneli. iBfanU'Can. dtlntr hand-raade jroodn, la FitrabHlk. Ifomt of tbete tbetyliarepo4 Itlrelyaxelatlre. lefuBlt' Los and Short Presses froratbs uuilwt site to 3 ysenof are. w btte we bat e l he ehaapwt rarmentt to be foecdlu theteuoodtwe atto keep tbe Bnet, embracing Iiaptlimal Pohes la Silk, Cambrio and India Linen. Mot of tboai are flnhhod basil Had "drawn ' work, to taaeh la denuad Ibe Silk DrMs are not approprhtU for lerytBtall children, but we have tbwutoflt eUldrea from S to 3 jear of are. Abw faney for Itebbw' 1UU k a hand made Ilandkerebhif of Drawn Work, flaltbed wHb real laee. Hampers. Basket lined with Silk and trimmed with uioe. Hatkets untriatmod. lUba la Bilk, Cumbria and llaon. bwkt In BHk and Ilaia Ze4y. Dainty Doou la Cloth and KU. Hands. SWf Is la Zepbjr ami Merino. Crib, Coaoh aad Cradle Ulaakatt. Tbe Cofteh Afghan are from the BUMtrea. toaable to I be gnwt hMMl-palntad, Lang and fcbort fckirtt InCambtie aad Hm nrl. itttow Slir. HriMheai. t'wab. Soap. Powder Putt, Pow drPar uPaMUH 'Paoth Btuttta." KtaBtt' la CnUm aad Laua. w twenty atylaa of as annee to Casemate, Utk aad Wool. We have a koantifut Saouna eaaad the M)etfa.Minfc'aiict and Maes:, tor ehHdwMi up to S yaara- it ttso danlrsbla tor aaol muniadU before the HtUe oaae take to baavy iol. W e siao keep a Una of A ptau lot OttU t sea 4 la H f eM of ana. Ibar are all anudljal. wU aaute sad, wbtte tboy aw atruaa loan fiaaiaaae. oaer W) btaadrr- Par Unriiii wo ate aavwiae a laaa aad roaiplate luanatntaat of Masasa' Caeeaed A(SOBa. LAanaaami ObbbbbUbi fasUk eaaaVWaaBaU kUSUato tajKAauJ uJshaW atLaB Abel IkAaanaaat. am BaUaaaaAA amsaBBa"awaV araaBa aaaam awgap WamwBjp. aaa aaamaamaawap aasuataaiaf ltak.Lgat a)pa,Usuaaar aad tleWliin Ttuae avwdt wvr ibjfcaad we sseaesniar awrsta jar aataaaaat la theat. W. A. PIERCE & CO !! -j ttteataaal OaaL mmmtmwt -tU TUB ArUtJWOOt Of THU . a taiu. I. M- uaaer; - tu tha BjuBa ol Hot. Uvt oa ac tUr. uui wt'k BMPe ui . u u,i and ibc ulh.t 3114'! u 'U A Ul'cr! reoJ .' Iju jiv,- I ir I i'o OialiuD tlt u-i ult tin roc -very ' il do : J lb J 1 Iku t -Ldl.tr I ' JlaLING . i. Luiia al-i v- Wtlk. ISA. fa ,i - -I Wilson & Cans AMt SBMRrri. HUTUMN MUTING WASHINGTON JOCKEY QUI BLINNING'S COURSE. CO'JIRCiyOltEfDAT.OCTOBSR 1. ASD CONTISflSO UXTlb (K'TOOSH 1,1!- ClL'VB,riVllACBS?tACItDAY. rtlniBS StlXW. TRBrtiIieUA8R KVKRY m-HKn DAY. TIIK BUST CIA98 OP nACH-HOKSaB WtM. TAKg TAHT. KIHST HACK AT t V. M. Admtsston, (rounds, gniml-ftflml and pool lawa, $1. lnelndlnc elnh-house ml I id eetk. Sl.to. Apply to 0. 0. t-TAri.T !5. Treasurer, Wlllard's Hotel, for member's badges. tbltetltrsble eliaratters will be eselnded TrslBS leave It. K O. Depot U.rs, UiSO, 1 and 1:. Itonnd trip, SB cents. 00W t w 8LEY HDJOININC THB METHODIST UNIVERSITY, Corner Loughboro and Tunlaw Roads. Tlic Sale ol this Most Delightfully Situated Property Opens SEPTEMBER 25 7SND CLOSES OCTOBER 25. Price.lD and 20 Cents Per Foot. II 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 of 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 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 sinking 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 Acid Phosphate. A naoat mrsmiant and aereaaUe teatoaad Turnthmr. Knitfubavas aad tastes tiitui tan tpnid bmia-iml aadr.toa""" raaawd mrnrar aad TRntttr aad Br at. K. Chffca, flaaera. V. Y., aayat "It has proved at area valfsp tor las teats aad BsrrttfThijf hBnjfcanpp Br. J. H. Ttalnirin. Wort Baitalianirii. Vt, safes "Bast liasTit tanas I near asml," BtTUMMtB WHsln&lL WgilBBi, fterttwnaa.lt. I. HamaM fJ aiaBRntJaiQaVsM SnanVal IsatiatoMUaaal fttnittttf,-las taps the waa 'iraeair -aWJ atM sl lokAt AH QAkgta rm aay anaannnnnjnBna RSRa anaap' amBBanaaa aaam- rmaapaar au a iqU taa kk apsanaja "WJRaanaai annaaa as aaar aaaaanaaaaBBiBiaaaaBBHaaaaBBanBBaaBBmK M. F5. SILTZ lmpoting Tailor, laaH V tfftltirr aUsRYUWIelaT. IsjalMst WuMr iajni.rtattoe ao open. 1 MR f el reef Monitor uf W Btoctt KxetUUMta. AJU f H-1 naCBjrittea hwMmttt aiul ?hath .Waaat I, Ijg sifaojaas teaaoa aaahnaaSAjaaaBv aaUaU ',JUIJJJd!Bttaaaaagr HEM Waggaman. and G Streets. KIIUU.IT11INAL. LANGUAGES. THEBERLITZSCHOtLaT LAN6UA6ES ra Hth aifsat Koetawest. Heat aad 3tast Vsaattaal laatraattoa. THsiM,$tt. 'lirr -hm la Vaw York. aasaa. Wnana'al teahCaa. Ms. Em, ISSBtj ag jUI OaMpaggti U tftgfcTf: THaafllhaitnslI Tlli -W" aanttkaOanmal Oaf 4MwEsbL mmBBpaBjSfnpmsma maann vaapnain- wyspwaia- . iT"" -nUhWiiuv oMartet oa AaUuaaaw.Aasaaar votugf. 'louiutJ. hutauy. ore. All ol stowla tan aaMag. and ate o$aa to nuta ur nnti b'"'j?!.ii.U"!' suvu " "n Dana, tosatsor 1 aeie.iai. noarua.t-1- 0- SfUiCSMtAK PVaiKshW WiUdtUK Cur. Tth and D aU- a. w . S.HkvM.wu fil H.A,Mild via; ypftoi ef rrefl rat aaajaess aaa . tubttui of iuwwtorr PaaottcaT bcboul of neaoeclitB rai atrial 1 feapul of ilataaaieal aad Aj lilsTllsstH ffiiil Jm& w AJkaVHW . Haaotar. M. at- i-itwi li ti. BiuoLa. ASttWKMKrfTl. A J.AtwT9 BRASH (JWlHAttOrSB. t JtrTjBf AT Itst sprwatante of the I. rrerentltig, by Special Reqoest CLOSER ITmit weeh-Th New Bearsntle Drams. (SOU!) Ol V TIMES. 11 tf N EW KATI0MAI. TtlKATRK. TOMiimT at a. FRANCIS WILSONS AJtD COJfPASY 1W THK Merry Monareh. Oet.W. I JtlNSTIlRLS. Raits new on sale. tf I- INCOME MALI. J One Week, Cenmsnotog Monday, October 27, The Greatest of All llarlesqncs, I UP T DATE, A played at the London Gaiety Tliontrcwllb nil tlm OrlElnal Mu.lc, Scenery, ("oilnmos, Paraphernalia and n Ureal Cast, Includlnir Miss Kale Castleton s MAtiOUEttlTK. S9-01IOHU8 8l:l(IKU3-50 4-AlK1Y 8KIUT DANCEItS-f AUOMGNTED OltCHESTHA. Tho Merriest FtKHStacular Proliietlon of llur Iefiuo Ever i-ctn In America. IlcKiilarTlieatro Tileef. Feals rrmlr TlllIItStlAY, OCTODEIt23,nt tleHwntt's.Mn.lo Mora. oolat SY WAHIIINOTON 11IEAT1IE.UTHST. TO MOI1T TO-NiaitT' Howard Big Burlesque Company Tin: im.i: u itr.n." I'aoy. hfclicrrlifi IlaproductloD!, SI AIT SKIItMAN'S I.II.NtJ AtlHIKN P AHT. Tbo I atrtt and Llrelle.t Durlesqtic, Tin: n-tiij.TiiY i'aiii. Week Commencing Afooday October ao. Loillcn' Mai Into Tuts., Tlmrs. and 8at. Flrtt Appearance of the Popular Night Owls Gaiety Burlesque Co, I'AIIOIH IllilUTY MIOW. Tlio Now and Ileoutlful llnrleique. TIlMI'rATIO.V, Introdaelns tbe Famous and Glflod Pauline Markham. 4S-HANDSOME WOMEN-M 0 HEAT OLIO. Oet. ST-HI DE'b Ilia SPECIALTY CO. HAIIRIR' UIJOU TflEATHK. Week CommaBoini; MONDAY, OCT. W. J, Florences Romantlo Irish Comedy," INSHAVOGUE! OB, TItKPOLI) B0Y40P'!. LOTTIE WINNETT as a TBL'B IIlISIIGinL Neitweok-rAYMASlER. tt GILODETIIEATItK-WEKKOK OOTODBn T U. Matinees Monday, Wodnotday, Fri day and Bat unlay. Tha NEWYOKK QAIETY SPECIALTY CO. An Baterttlamont of Unusual Excellence. milK MEHKY-QOItOOKD, 1Mb aadUatroats. CBttbtsont. Itttgoodforonerlde t6-3t T ns HEOLIKN. Is the Or-tatsct of All Mntiaal Inatroments Baaaute k performs any tantlc (mk a waltz or a ballad to an oo tare or a symphony mora boanUfulty and mora netrly porfaet taaa any otbar single lantmmant. The Aaeitaa fat not maobaulcal. bat the manipnnllB or K U to atmele tbat a person aaa tot hi to play tt with from one to three ytattt'pra stare. Yoar vMt to see thlsta tlrnmant at ha estaemail a f aTor at E. F. DROOP'S, ass PA. AVE., rata Agejst tor ataUtway aad Other Flrst- " bm ttaaas aad Orauu. BUUUATItlN.VI,. AeAMIMY Of TUB HOLY C'H.)S3. taUMa... Are.. Aaasihl areay toitaVr for aoqnlring a tbor wut ui naii Won in Utaratate. auLde and art. Tea awl wns aais unaal are (4uo.barp.rtJ aa, aaitar. wnajlorls aad banjo- Lvuuage-i. list Mail rvmi. aaswnaf aad Unoy work froo K' tWstaWa OfaUdhs pbkfakatoky n"Rr amaaTsapaaa " je&jf cjJ tu JnsaHaal asamil XtUil M'-T1-VaaMalaaBBmBt Stai aaamt aRatasr' ttlff irffff . art IflfltiS" &BUCAMVK.A- M.PU. D Head Matter, A t4lVikS faMashsaWCAb at UOuL teawaiet ear thtahta Miuutry luon: seel aaa1 'atatna aaa- Aaeatcaacaiooof t ear pat aaa aad ease eiwuai. au txponsc aactttt tkaWTSMliEB 30 MA'. 4- 4- UVaUUtOHK. D D ridaaai. ai.uw Fa. u- laTH g&ITBX MUL Alat t epsrtajatiBi anutuur . -r-j ofttadf. kuUdiaavhaatod t. suiu T -" UU-UOfkU- i-ur -lloiJt ! ii dun 1 UOJtAO ft! F.US