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THE DAILY CRITIC SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 25,1890.
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A jfALlOiqCS ATTEMPT.
Hit Attempt to Injure Staslbt
ftfKtUttrOR by rmMtshln ill tempered
t-SfrMte from the late Major B iKTBt,
toTMseBery will fell. Major B.vnriit.wt
Bftdrhaffe of STAStuv's rear jritml.
lit appears to have bn a husty
iempwetl roan, Imleclslve ud With
Bttre fifleMocation for eommawl.
He certajhtly nml bo control over the
semielvtNeetl ami Inrlmrrms men
Wetter htm. Th tlleseter which fell
tlpBn the twtr Ruanl and I he fate which
tSvertoek Major 1Iabtbi.mt are tin
qtiesttotmWv' to be attributed to his ntvn
leeempetency. Staxlbv succeeded In
mi )flnttly more difficult nml danger
em task.
TWO OPINIONS.
Jlr. Thomas 5. lkxtt Is president of
the Maryland lteimbllcin CInb. He Is
repotted as say-ins:: "We don't cure a
tup for IUkmmcvblt ami his civil
Mr vice iMisInew. The thins won't liwt
lUMrttgb wore thiin one more Congroa.
neyway."
Major Wim.iax MeKt.vt.Br, JR . I,
the lustier of the Republican party on
the floor of the House of Representa
tives, lie sakl In a speech when the
matter was before ConKreee during the
ii-cen; seseii.n that the "civiteertiee
Imslne" had come to tav. an I he
earnestly exhorted Ueneral Chahi.ky
G'osvixob, Its lillttr opponent, nut to
forge It.
Major MiKiSLKV, who defended the
civil-service business." was reneml
setejl. General GbsmVbxob, who at
tacked it, wm not.
Besides we think Major McKtX'.Bt a
mote Important man In the ltopuhllCM
petty than Mr. ltoKU, awl mire apt to
Vnow what the future In More for
the "civil-service business" than that
noisy person.
A SILLY AUGUMKXT.
The latent ami biggest fool argument
in favor of the McKisi.KV act comm
from ItMton. The silly Adtmtir ut
trrs it, as follows:
Tkrrv has hn no atlrance la lae prhw of
I ttt, ttttk or ootnwI.
There has fee no attvuMe la the print of
"JKf e 1mm Wet bo a4rtiB m the ftie of
ttor.
1 kf )hm be no adTftBM w tlw price ot
lr.
Ilvte has te b adra&M In the pritxt of
JB1.
Tbre bu twen a defae ef ta mU a
twice) la tl prise of fieutoe wKUfl tk
pat wk .
There has btv ao attrtMe In the Kte of
seal.
ThrebM hiM aoadvasoeta the prkteof
&utttr 4va4 vry sHxhtlr two wMki
r HMte age, bet It wan eoli th adraww
Ut)alwaji cow la that eoauBoilUr at
the ilue of the graatsg mowmi.
tWtUng U falty a thuam If sot ebwpvr,
than Kw at tatt fall.
li4t awt ttuMw uri bo biaher thaa they
wf$ajarE.
This k a beautiful showing to go to
the farmers with. The price of every
thing tbey have to buy has beea in
created by the McKinlby aet, while the
juke of everything they have to sell
Las either remained where it waa or
Wb Aecreased.
Mr. Gimhwb William Cvbtu, la
JUritr't WmUh. puis the Pesuylvanit
t4lwUa is this wise: "In I'ayl
vto k U not a queatioa of TteeubU
cm atlMt Dewoerat, or of I'rotoetioa
iktt Tariff lUtfotHt. but of aimpi
aatcUl hoMkly again olBcial eirrup
tiwi sad racluy. ThU fat not to wy
that there are o DxsrH raca'.
Vwt that the Dewoeratic party ha not
atoiastiflHt ol them, nor seleeted
h awe eeatfifeuMf o U tb State
fr the chfcf hMMletahifi of tint jHy.'
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Ifr JtiKhUt lrtlni CVaBaaioethl di
pr 1 1 iLg th imbuU ith will (tre
MaiMliHW go" to the polls aext
Timitnj week. They ey lettafy hiu,
bms w f-aaiwrf aiot thaBi ae swttfhrBt
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tmemmd ho fwrty tfht
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jitnfad'MrkI h to vote te sifgt twt
oefHttc tteUrt, enwctalty ttchnTlitt the
bo1w for Congas.
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a monthly. taVInc a mKlne fwi.
? feature ld alw be Intro
rtwwd among which mention imy t
f a etl of article on Ten
WWri In the Kitchen," by M!
ftiMnl. Tlw number for Octohr 85
Mtftn Mw elrvt-nth rohime. ronrlnlln.
alio, th TatabH wttc m ' The llevl,
1 1 Hand, the Pt." wturh ha lieen
nmntng thmiuh fatten nttmbera. T!ic
pnWtiWr, Cum Vf. linrn C..
SvHngflehl, Ma , hw a land ble
termination to adrnncv Ihmet1tnil
lh pnpnlarity of this already admirable
home visitant.
THBP(trri.Tflns who atte-npted to
corner slln-r and force It to a pnrlly
w ith tohl he ol some t7O0,000 by
th ir smartwM The billl"n coit them
tn an arerne II2 It ha? now got
down to 10. There will be no sorrow
fcr the pwtdatots.
Thb l'Hit,AUBtrni fecorrf say-:
"Hmh are full of enterprise In the
South. One Georgia firm has just sold
130,000 doeen cgns to a New York con
cern. The bill amounts to $M,'M0.
One would suppose that thoe hens were
foil of egg.
Ax tst'LBASAjrr fact In popular
eovcrnment h thin plainly stated In
the Su Louis iW DiOfHlek: "To stoy
away from the polls on election day Is
equivalent to a surrender to the worst
men In politics who will certainly be
thete."
" ii
A Ciiicaoo rAt'KR ys tha Gboiior
M. Pullman will build a $1,000,000
hnkl at llj de Park In time for the
World's Fair. Hydo Park Is a good
name for a place in which to skin
World's Fair visitors.
Atlanta has just had a competitive
military thill. The competitive civil
tcrvlce drill of ltepublloan clubs Is the
most unique thing In the way of p-ls?
drills now g dng on in thU co intry.
Coloxkl Km i TrF. SuttrvHt) ha
returned from his tn days' trip t
Coventry and 1ik reapHared at the
Union Leagitu Club of Jew York. Thi
Club Is IvtM gratlliul than StiBrvRti
llKrUIII.ICAS CANDlDATRtf for Cm-
groat are running in seven Geo'rfla 'II
trlcts. Not one of them, according iu
the ilacon TtUjmtpk, has a ghost of a
chance for election.
Tub PiitLAURLi'iiiA llttoni, dally,
publishes an agricultural department.
That sott of thing is highly appreciated
in a city where the grass grows In the
at nets.
A IliiASii ian jt'.t)Ro.v of men of
war are coming to llila country. They
have no mure warlike purpose than to
present a medal to President Haiuuso.v.
Si'HAKiMi ovTitK tarilf muddle. Con
gressman llouTRLLB aays: "Wo can
pass a healing effect." The manufact
urers are doing the heeling act alroady.
John Khlly'h favorite political
maxim was, "Never feel wire of elec
tion until after the figures are counted."
John had a ereat heal for polities.
Cai-r May Point lost about four
inches of buaeh, but the Habkimn cot
taee Is still there.
Sj'Kakhk Rbkd iiauk an effervescent
if not sparkling speech at Champaign,
111.
ArrBK all, iau'Tit rather a ease of
liking Harrison lese than Gresham
iHore!
Thb kiot in Coffee County, Ga.,
appears to have become settled.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
'Btfer
Urteit. Xew York; L. U. Jaeksoa awl J. 1)
JobsOtMi, VlfflaUi a. B. Smi, MMdie
boro, EKlaad.
.XatUMol-Juh 11. Carr. Ii. a Pratt, A
K. Vno and wife. A. T. Gaw, New Vork
HUUhhiO. Cros, Koebeaktr: I- L Briuk-W-
and wiie. Kaatuchv; Cba1 fieUy,
New Ycwk; SheUou . Huby, Sigtuaw,
Mich.; UcotKe B. Bumlufc-toti, rtrilmMphta.
X. JaiH4 EdwaM Kutt aad Januts Bar
row, Ijjudou, (1. E. OiMiluer and wife,
KuifWMU, Kan , II. D CUytou, fojlUuil,
OrefpB. Ja. J. Creeti, Obado: Jawea Ii.
Lanes rter, New York; J. J. Shaw, Boatoa;
C. U. Miner, V. S. A.; E. A. Seeater aaJ
Mm. B. SpMfar, Braadoe, Maes.; E. X.
BfoB,Troy, N. Y.
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EVWor tVtffr: Will you permit one
ho is a voter in the Klghth Vlrg'nit
tnrfe. to esprrs at rrIhn thronci
rte medlntn of your valuable ppe ai
to the duty of Omocrats In the np
efPM'hingrh-rth.ri'
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itorrt to lav eshfe the tegnlst no n
fw atrd votf for An Ioajnient. d
It hoM not he done, ewept for the
tett strongest reasons
Four year po General Le dsm n
sttaren fntlv. when the coBeitloo a
Ptmhird at Aletaodria, that he cmsld
d his own mh'itm of fat gtWtM' Im
pnrtaMe than the weem of the t--m
etetlc party of his district.
The struggle in that convent ton cer
tetttly he mt liren f.wgnttfn Kvery
Whet cmutldnte except (teneral Ijs
ffcmi tn withdraw for the sake of hr
mrmy and sucrtM The rntentlnn
waln Mwhui nearly one wppk. and the
nme of ceerly tvety iwomlnent mm In
the district waa brnngnt bifore thn c o
virtu, but Oefierarijee lnitff.roly
paid no tteHw to the strained condi
tion of the party, ami perMetently rf
mnnrted that he should he n -mlnnted.
After several hnodreI bnllots the cm
ventinn adjournwl without being able
to make a nomination. J?ot a propo
sition of any kind came from General
I,re looking to a compromise, but he
went upon the principle that, succes or
no success, It ohoold be Lee: nml rather
than be ilcfealml the party suit nit ted,
and he was nominated.
Two yiars ago he appeared agiln tor
"vindication," and. although there was
nothing to "vindicate," his opponents
ernerotisly nrcortlcd him i "vlmllci
tlon," thinking, of cours1, that that
would tie ttieiA'toi mm as a receiver
of political alms for no services rend
ered. Hut It appears that he does ap
pear again, and It does not appear that
he will over cease to appear.
Now, fellow Democrats, what are
you stoing to do about this? As for
my part, I shall not go to the polls, ami
If I did, I should be strongly tempted to
vote against him
A Dbmocbatic Votrb
Washington, D. C.Oct. 25. 1800.
PRESERVING AOTUMN LEAVES.
A lew Hints on n Tlinnlj- Topic to
Lover oT Nrttlirr.
In the first phec, do not gather too
ninny. A few absolutely perfect leaves
nro better than the (cores of common
ones that we nru tempted to collect.
Itvmrmbcr tho fate of Aladdin, says
(l(Hl llountut jring, in the garden,
where goms grew Instead of blosonn,
and do not take too many, bearing In
mind tho saying, "The greedy soul Is
loved by neither gods nor men." Carry
an open basket on one arm, and select
the specimens with a critic's cyo. The
leavtsof the hard maple nre nlw.tjs
iM'TKious In hue and delicate in outline.
Those that wear the deepest tints of
crimson or yellow ate beat for our piir
P"c. Uak leaves ate siilay ami ttrm,
at d easily preserved Nattfre has al
wajs latin piodignl to the Ik'tch tree,
scHttirltg on her Imuirhs ttii rlcheu.
brightest colon. The tumach (or sb ii;
ruaki) slows with vivid crimson, and a
e'ear anther shines tViroitgli the dulntv
larch and chestnut leaves. Then there
are the dull chocolate and mottled red
of the blackberry vines, while the
poplar and aspen shine out with a
silvery white, all speckled over with
touchea of green.
Gather those "wild-wood bettitles"
with as' much care as would tie bellowed
upon n bouquet of gardun blossoms, and
lmsten homo with them before they be
gin to dry and curl. Upon reaching
home let the first care be to have two
hot Irons ready. Cover the kitchen
table with three or four layers of new
pallets, over which fasten smoothly a
soft cotton cloth. Have at hand a lump
of beeswax, tied In a small bog, and a
similar package of resin. Now smooth
out a leaf with the hand, rub the bees
wax lightly over the Iron, letting the
hot, smooth surface glide quickly over
the leaf, first on the upper and then on
tho lower side, pressing a little more
firmly a third and fourth time, until the
leaf is thoroughly dry. The glow,
log colors will bo firmly fixed,
ami will never fade, unles ex
posed to the sunshine. Having
treated all the loaves in a
similar manner, they are ready for the
resin, or "the finishing process." With
a moderately hot iron, which must be
liehtly and rapidly rubbed over the big
of resin, go over every leaf, first on the
upper, auu tuen on ma lower siue.
This gives them a brilliant, bird,
gloty finish that inakea them almost
indestructible. Many persons complain
that the glossy appearance Is unnatural.
"While this is true to some extent, yet
the protection given by the coat of resin
could be obtained in no other way.
To preserve small branehea and
boughs with ieavea one must proceed In
the same manner, pressing the liiabe
and twigs with the iron until dry, be
ing careful to avoid the point where
the leaf ia attached, as too much beat
jus there will cause it to drop oil fa
suotly. To achieve perfect sueeese,
be sure to take the leaves when freshly
gathered. If they ate kept over only
one sight very much of their glowing
beauty will have vanished, and bo ef
forts eaa An lag it back or arrest the pro
etas of decay.
When the work has beea finished,
spread a Buiuber of newspapers upoa.
the floor of sow unused room, and
there place the treasuree. Give them
plenty of space, so that they will sot
touch or stick to each ether. Cover
them efttirely with wore pepera, ami let
them remain ie this eool dark seeiuaiea
umtil ready to decorate the room or
otherwise use them ae things of beauty
aad Joy. Reserve a few of the britfhieat
gni most perfect special ens for the holi
day times, wkea they will eome out of
their darkness so beautiful that they
who see them will have bo longing for
summer flowers, but will revel Ut the
uafediag gkwks uf the autuuut leaves.
Qtaaai 15icuttou U JUuuuUe Fair.
HtlUuutie,
The Washington Light Iuf aauy wul at
te4 the MmbIc Kidr at BeHlwore next
Monday eight, October T, UrUut via
HalilMMMe iiad Ohm Bettfoad at tetBa. m.
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eacye sseetat, ted valid for neers ae
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hwTew Baltimore at 11:40 a. m. Tfcketa
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CHBB0 UWnIa Tun Bitiaate.
U tegaad to the eroteemd pt-Yeteet of
the seJary 4ue one of the Dtoarict
school teechess who had aertreal M
cause Mpe Cmmb Omc durtaif the
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tamieeUmi yesiendsy that theewet
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VW tweblff&wlttr U7 at rrc uf fl. jw
eieJ tsaie waTie mih Sut uttoe at
9M . . os that dsM. and, laBeremg.
leave eWmure,ruu SUUuu.w. II JO p.B).
These UdkeU eui he bum guiog ouly wt
iccia Uaia, but will tm veild fur tttkuu
TO TIE C00RT OF LAST RESORT.
rfnitirv 9nll Im .ewridfiitT at no
Nome in Tht crny.
Judge 'Wnifam H 8wli, ct Jit-t "
the Police Court, died suddenly li
enntiig about 9 80 o'clock at hU tmm.-.
JTo. 37 K street notlh'e. .Tn lie
Pntll h bwn enmatAftttlig fnriii"
tlm, hut ha been able to attend 1 1 hl
law ptBCtlcf. Last Wednealay he i
takffl sfck And tied to go to twil, b it In
the rmrtng wm abbs in Mk to a
Bighboring drug stow ft a pre
rription. On ThatBris he w'
better and vnterday aet Ati dy and
seenwd to be nnnnaiy cfmffnl.
!. Corrv of the Mtfrofmttum M. R.
Church called at the htme l ha I
only been cone few intern when the
Judge dkd suddenly in M chelr. Mr
Snen hiw bren much pttwtratel bv the
sodden death. Mrs. m. Thayer. hU
onit daujthter. who lives Hi Watereille,
Me , ha been rtlcgrftphetl for.
Judge Snell ws born in Maine In
188. Ilewmd In the State I,gtU
turv, and nhen the war broke oBt h"
was among the firt to gi to the fr nt
At the dope of the war he e-na to
Washington ami practiced l"w and
appolntl Pollee Jmlte, whleh pullton
he filW contimmusly ror eighteen
yt.. Two yean ago he was suc
ceeded by Judge Miller. He ha been
president of the bnertl of Awolated
Charities of the Ditrlt for five years,
and an active member of the Metrop ll-
tan Church
IN THE CRIMINAL COURT.
JmUr lllmtiain tllvrs Vnrlnin ()llnit
t the Sentence of the tnw.
Arraignments In the Criminal Court
this morning and pleas of not sillily
v.ere Charles De Arnaud, alias Charles
Alfred De Arnaud, alias Alfred Arnaud,
charecd with making a fraudulent ap
plication for a pension for wounds re
ceived durlne the late war while serv
ing In Company F, Fifth Heglment,
Missouri volunteers; for violating
policy biw, Edward Ingram, George
Dixon, John II. O'Donnell, Robert Wil
son, Charles Smith, Arthur Cromwell;
for larceny from the person, John Wil
lis; assault to kill, llenjitmin Duff;
housebreaking, John Caton, larceny,
Joseph I'urcell, Thomas Peylon nnd
Idrrlo Williams; housebreaking, George
Coleman and James Hopkins, rape,
Janus Green, assault to rape, George
Diver.
Theodore Ilirch, n waenn driver, was
arraigned upon four different charge
of forgery In collecting Ilnltlmore and
Ohio freight receipts from Henry I
Strang, a fruit dealer, pleaded guilty,
and ft being his first offense, he was
sentenced to one year and one dty's Im
prisonment In the Albany penitentiary
by Chief hist Ice Illugham.
Charlc S. Smith, colored, a Four and-n-balf
street barber, charged with policy
placing, was sentenced to two moiith
In jail, he already having servud several
months In that insllliitlmi.
"Hud" Warner, colored, convlo'ed of
in useureaklcg In the niglit tlm, wm
ntralitntd tor sentence, and Awltitu
District Attorney Clngett gave him u
had record. He had servud one tTm
In lhe penitentiary, and has been seiv
In a term In the District jnll fir I ir
ceny. Warner, in ids own behilf. dd
he was born at Havana, Cuba, In lII
and was brought to this country br hU
father, who taught him to steal. After
leaving the penitentiary, he said, he
had been dhclurged from several places
where he had been employed In the
District upon Information that he was
an ex-convlct He was sentenced by
Chief Justice Ilingham to nine years In
the Albany penitentiary.
Mortimtr Wistcott, convicted of lar
ceny from the person of n party at
Ilyan's saloon, on Twelfth street, add
that lie was Innocent of the charge. Ho
had been In jail since May 27 last, nnd
had spent the savings of five years in
employing counsel. The Jury had rec
ommended htm to mercy, and bo asked
tho Coutt for leniency, nu was sen
tenced to eleven months' Imprisonment
in jail.
Israel Harris and Asa Banks, both
colored, were arraigned for larceny and
pleaded not guilty.
A Warning to Tlioie Who Drink
Johanna Quill, through her attorney,
Wm. A. Cook, today brought suit
against Slgmoml J. Illock for the pur
pose of recovering certain real estate
obtained, she claims, from hor by fraud.
She states that she waa addicted to
drink, and that Dlock, taking advan
tage of her intoxicated condition, in
duced her to accept f 100 forfeit money
and f 500 to be afterward nam (or lot
33, in rquare 020, which she had in
herited from her mother. She claims
that at the time of the sale Block took
advantage of her drunken condition by
representing that the property was
mortgaged and was about to be sold for
unpaid taxes.
Union Veteran Legton,
On Monday evening the Union
Veteran Legion will give a reception
and bail at the National Rifles' Armory
to increase its funds for the relief of
some distressed old soldier or soldiers'
widows asd orphans. The object is a
worthy one, awl there will doubtlee
be a large number present to aid it.
i
to Ualtlniore and ltetnrn
tU
f ennylvunl Katlruitd.
xeulu& tickets to BeMlmsfe aad re
turn, l&cludtut: admission to Msinete Fair,
will he soU October T at rate of . Bt
eiattraiuwuikiaveiaixthlitnMtt fitetioa at
9.AA a. iu., on that date, aed, returning,
kave BtdtUBore.UukMJ Stattoa,at I IM b.bT.
These tickets will he good going eatr ob
SAeeial traiM, but wtu be yahd for letunt by
special or any regular train.
Gut tbe IU11 Kedueed.
A motto for the leductkw rf bait 1b
tbe case of MeQerty, Sdwanls ami
Bare well, the aUefed "wireUMaw"
eharmel with eemupuacy. wm made by
their attorney, A. A Upseemh, w the
Crtmwel Court to day. The ball was
seduced from Wu to w.
Living
Witnesses
Wfce WMf to Um v:uiir 4Tttw mmi
oi Ka-mtBt BaniaMniHn avm ,tjl &M our tJMt
W aaaaBBaBB ar BBnpeajBBBP'Fa' w pppv wt mm wmw
ftowtiy. TtotnrtghJwiwtflaol Mwod'a
MmtntuMm&m$ to mm rf Umi "iyfMninin of Iks 4w
Hn imBiimMitlf hJi mrr r BynhWywd iOmttaaVt Bflflft"
4BBBF BBBPPBBpaBBifa BF mmmmmw r- wm m jmm '''
laisrmaothurtaame This Is dee to the
met that it dees eiattiy what we emha it
wuide. Us eefasaie mmt overdraw: Us
niriiBiii'T trrr t "iti ' tfmeheee
liMMMt Vt lil ttUSHtU
"I was r down boss vlwse aopHettue to
vets, bet wsw Wd I had avtleri ft wee
dd whth nuloiue. eu-. wbiub vee es "'!
Z djsesded to take Boud's BsMseerttiB imt am
mtfw tptdme atwer aed eheeriei I Aiad aeV
teted it will benett aer wen tv Jmtf
Hew York Otr-
Hood's
Ssrsaparills
bvki by ail irui" th t ' V- rtoyttmi
eel; bj r.l SOOD A tu . Uil. B
2B Jmee taee HaaUur
FOR A GOOD SHOE
VISIT
For an Easy Shoe
OO TO
WILSON & CARR'S.
we carry the iJrtlJhwof ftHeW
tK nn at as a pair t
Wilson & Carr's
IXshlnnnhlcMtoe Mem
o. eee r STitiliir n. w
Wath'neton, I). 0.
HAITI .MORS STUB,
4 nml WIIST I!Af,TMtOItK NTIUlttr.
A HOOSIER UASRERY.
1'nlltlc InrnuX It nml tllntnrbi tl
I'ettsn and llonilny."
Indianapolis, Im., Oct. 95. Jetse
Hendrick and Wilson Morris, young
Democratic lawyers, are plaintiffs In a
peculiar Injunction sultln tho Superior
Court. They allege that they are
Democrats and intend to vole the Dem
crntlc ticket at the coming election;
that Mrs. Sutton, with whom they are
boardlne, is a Republican; that know
ing they cannot find another boarding
house in the precinct and if thev move
their resldonco they will lose their votes,
she has demanded thntthey vacnte their
room In hor house nnd go elsewhere to
take their meals. They further claim
that sho has no cauo of complaint ex
cept that they are Democrats and that
her only object In ordering them to leave
her limife is to deprive thorn of their
suffrage At the coming election. Sits.
Button admits that sho Is a Republican,
but denies that politics lias nnythlm;
to do with her notion toward her
boarders, Tho court granted a tempo
rary restntntng order pending the
healing of the case.
PLACED FACTORIES IN EUROPE.
The Tnrltr l.nvr CnmpMn n Comptny
tn Urcanlte Ahroml,
PtTTsBUiio, Pa., Oct. 30 Richards
Waring, the inventor of the Wnrlng
underground cable, has just returned
from a Kuropean trip. While abroad
he arrsnjtcd for the enctlon of num
ber of factiNies in Kurope, made ncces
satv by the new Tariff law.
The company, which b. lis head
quarters In thl city. Is uHplt-dlxil to
the amount of tl.000,000. The Rn
llsh company just Marled abroad h a
capital of C200.000. Of this amount
one half has been paid in xnd the re
malnder Is suulect to ten dajs' notice.
A FINISH FIGHT.
Won In Ten I tciiimla unci the llefettteil
Stan lUilly l'unllitl.
Galveston, Tbsas, Oct. 23 The
hardest tight ever witnessed in Texts
took place hero last night under the
nut plcis of the Galveston Athletic As
sociation for the middleweight cham
pionship of Texas and a purse of $700.
Paul ritzlln of Houston nnd Arthur
Upham of Galveston, were the con
testants. Thuy both tipped the beam
at 157 pounds. Pllzlin won in ten
rounds. Unbain's nose was broken nnd
ho was otherwise severely punished.
The fh'ht lasted 30) minutes.
THROWN FROM HIS BUGGY.
A ttltlte Jinn round on the Itoml Near
flit, flemant.
Last evening about 9 o'clock Louis
Ruffell found on unknown white in in
lying in the road noar Dr. Hammond's
Hospital, Mt. Pleasant. He was bleed
ing from some bad cuts on tbe head
and acted as if ho was Intoxicated. Ho
assisted him to the residence of Mr.
Pixion, near by, and a doctor was sent
for who said the man was Beriously
hurt, ami he was removed to Garfield
Hospital in the police ambulance. lie
recovered sufficiently to give the name
of Ryan, and said be had been thrown
from his bugey. Mr. Ruffell and Officer
Markwood afterward found tbe horse
and buggy and took them to the Blgnth
Precinct station.
sjurrlage License,
A marriage license was issued to-day
son & Carr s
to Harry G. Stack of Washington, D.
C , and Florence Kempton of Balti
more, Sid.
$1 to llallliuoro and lteturn tin
l'enurlTan!a Kallroud,
Ex(UFfrku tickets to flaltinore and re
turn, IbeJodiag admiatiou to Masonic Fair,
a IU tie sold October 3ff at rate ut it. Spe
cial trlB wiii Wave Mith Street Station at
t46 a. Hi., ou that dale, aad, returning,
1. are Billluuwe.l'Blos StaUea.at 1M y m.
These tickets will be good guiag osir ou
H eeial train, but will be vaBd for return
bj spct-Ul or any regular train,
WaihlBEtan Htock ttaehanse
Seles Bemiar Call IS o'eleek ml
W. Muketlst Moft., llWa, $1,099 a tfiB.
Col. Nat. Buk,ao a 174. Trade' Nat.
Bank, 4 a VM, 10 a UW. Aawr. aiipho
uhoiie,Btta UJ: So a HJ. Wash. Lose A
tiust Co., ten a i i; Ua) a 3; BBeatj.Seea
H;m,4i.
MteellaMuUS Bonds - U. S. EW-iic
Light 1st, 6's, U: U. 8. Khtctric LUht,
idTl's, : W. A U. Jt. K. m-s,
B-, toti', w . cevettse ,
116; Masoidc Hall Ass'n, ', V laW, Wo;
Wash, starket Co, 1st Hurt., sVt, luk
Wash. Market Co.. lm . ', 11; hd'd
Seaboard Co., 6's, C m. -; Wash, U.
mmatry, 1st. o's, 19Ut. 118; ash. Lt to
matry, id, Ts, 1BW, He, Wash. bw Light
Co., Ser. A, ft's, lwt; Wash. 6u UiAtO,
int. B, B's.bMt. Uyfeew lee Co., lei Moat.,
e',-; Aeiertrae fc-nrtty and Trust, MB.
KatmMl mutk Stock-Bank olWash
hisMB, &0. Buk oX UepuUk, S75; Mette
pe&fiae, Wi, Cestcel, aft; Second. 5U;
farmers and Men-hsBhs A. CttIeB'. 1T;
( olumbis, lTt. Catdil,ta; West led, WM;
Tradam', V; Ueeola. U.
SeBeoad Stocks Waabtectoe and
flaiireiin n dB&- liwtiiMeititBB HaV Co.
JmSBZTm, Cejistor eief ItosiO Ueet,
v.-i.i..t.J. uj nuliihurs Hrmt. ta
i eseaMaPKanpm bbw mwmmmmm' Tr",
eearfstovi aedTeeiteUytowc m Brhiht
wooaC--
InswrsBf s Sux-ks Firewea's, t7; Frank
11a, H; XetnMdiUn, 76; Seatoaal Uetoe,
f; Arlington, MB. Cewora JBIj Ckmmv
fit, mi, (Smb AwetkM, IMk iVfeemc.
nBB"Lk
maBaap bbbbbp's" . ,p . - tf li"
TW,m, Coium -ie TBJe, i, WtshfaeflB
Gas auJ KWctfk. UgW hoek-VjMBf-toe
(ins, iU, Ueorjjetuaiu dm, O. t-
ftortrlc Lwtf, W-
TekMM litotU -r-etmsylvsiei, , tto
OkeMMtske aed fotueukt, , Aerkae
immmJmmmmmmttmUa). 14.
S., W. Ureal FeflTTce Co., -; Vm1
Sm) uuriuii C , l !iiunt el U
Mlait, mO, M .liii.toii Bale Oecoeit, 1 ii.
Wsjmhmo iu mid iruai e . u: at-
FiieMffi'it'''' 6un i anritflli fc Anrg
OecurBy u4 Trust to , W: U ua UM.
A; Bygwiiii Ut c , 5t, ' utmA.to
BWlldivgCe
AMrt?wrtJtT.
KUTUMN TVvBTlNG
WASHINGTON JOCKEY CLUB,
BENNINO'S COURSE.
crMMKHCljmitEMIAT.OCTOBKR li. AND CONTlNt'INO tlNTH, OCrtinER S1.1X-
ntMrB,TlVBltACBBACrtDAt. rtJB888 tnjm. srrBPl.BOaA3K KTKRY
OTHER AT. TMB BBBT CLASS OF RAOB-HOBBBS WILL TAKK
TAIIT. MUST RACK AT r.M.
Adwtsrton, etouBtt. arand-staiBt and pool lawa, tl. InelttaliHt elnb-house and
Itdeoxk, ?l.f0.
Apply to O. O. STAPLES. Treawrer, Wlllard's Hotel, for number's bat?M.
IbJretlrtaWe rfcaraeters wttl he excluded.
Trains leave B. A r. Depot ln, , 1 ami lflO. Itonaa trip, 95 cents. ool
WESLEY HEIGHTS
HDJOINING THB
METHODIST UNIVERSITY,
Corner Loughboro and Tunlaw Roads.
The Sale of this Most Delightfully Situated
Property Opens
SEPTEMBER 25
7ND CLOSES
OCTOBER 25.
Price, 10 and 20 Cents Per Foo
11 Splendid Opportunity to Double Hour 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 witnin a lew nunureu
yards ol 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 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 ol profit in a very short time.
OHN
u
X
Fourteenth
A TONIC.
Horsford's Acid Phosphate.
A suet eseeUeM aad agveeaWe toaiaami
spestaer. ItBauitshes aad mvhse wiles the
Used team and body, insert renewed eswtBf
and Buty aad sbBviwi the fnaastaM.
Be 8, E. Chute. Sewum. X- V.. MM:
"K hfts poed 0 apent value tor Be taem
Br. J- H. fctedeiis. West Htatikmotti, Vt-
safe!
"Best Bene taele I eeer ae4-"
Harhlsnee. X. I-
CJHrttuni.-Be sum the word "Betefer
n) ursBsad ee the Infest. All others its
mLoud maaSaBBT mthlsnl 1ml ahnnmk.
?vt, F. S1LTZ
Impofting Tailoi
vm v ssmm xoRTitwittiT.
SWpiajBpil fWrll lAtMMUlOA JbWW OMX.
This the mmmum ofWoolmu Bier See
IJeshAjseon-ooiJke
XS-X
UiirdMSi. WamhernJW
SjlAMk Maxliansn. AH t
Mut teurintee Wttu nmt
ft l ffi C,z
1Ai . nf A ljKr' i m jt
CCkfV
ItaAMIE
and G Streets.
EUDOATIUNAI..
LANGUAGES,
THEBERLITZSCHQOL LANGUAGES
1 tth Btieet tierthwest.
Mmt aUMi Hiit ffflfl4iffftl jjUatrMotttw
TBKMS.SM.
u- v in vw York, e-rilnj Itiiliil ii
Tl -I m BAYABB WfmTVt.
AaeeaaWiermtsaedYmmgT,nmi.i
Msmher of hwsdhut bmbMs BeBrnd te twenty.
BimdhBif sdrsetaees to Mnete. AH and the
ThmmmmmasBBm. emmttmmmnmmVCA VkftUmWmt aMOIUNM
ammtiltkhll liTaitBmaftfTml PttJmUa) Vf"4 MillTart
4saaBapaenBPtBis waweeeaewn rmmm mm'mw -w
the imemer sMwtbs- Besrd, wseahMC and
iniataw t tee 1tet"-h Biaartmt. SIP ier
jphfthtittp year eaed mr eisenhMt
.nhMBats.B.v-,
UBmWJfWmW Till
ref.evii'ftlatof. .,
t ttlMaaOti W IfWHWy
Ah'WB 4XM
Ullrismli timft BBlmmmdaBami Of
MispeinBpar aaap vaHnBenpnanw -m
raur x b biwui-B.
Qi'JtMffBjm
AMtSItMBSTS.
K
1W SAWOSAl. tWBATRB.
TO-NIGHT
at 8,
ANB
M1HSTHM
LAST
TIMB
VFek of Oet eT-1HB Bftt! MOWARO
AtRaSWJt COMPANY.
wtt ne on sB. .Vf
tt, - .m . i .. .... - HI
A LBA178HM ORAWB OPBRA H0U8B.
IltrSBB CtlBBRS IRA?S
TOrtSB Pot lhe for the
Vnntfn. llero. Heroine.
TO inRT AT ,
Lan retfenwoiee of
Wilson IHnTett and Hall Caltie's Sew Drama,
GOOD OLD TIMES,
One of lheelot Its klnt few York ha
eren stnee ttre days of "Llhts o' London'
a3 "JtlHr KIbb"-N. V. Kvratag World.
A Sri,BXl)tD COMPANT,
Ktatrste Stecery and Mwhankjal Effect".
Kext weR-RHBA In JOSKnttKK.
Seats now on sale. SBtt
r TKCblJTllALt,.
One Week, t'ommenclrg
Monday, October 27,
Tho Greatest of All Ilurlewinw,
FAUST UP TO DATE
!
A played at the London Gaiety Theatre,wltta
all tho Original Miisla, Scenery, Costumes,
raraphernalla and a Great Cast, Inclndlng
Miss Kate Castleton
s MAHGUEMTK.
60-CHOItUS StNOEllS-60
4- 0A1KTV SKIIIT DANCKRSI
The Merrlet Froctnenlar Production of Bur
lesque Ever Seen In America.
Ilcgnlar Theatre rtlces.
Scats now ready at Metzerott'a Mulo Store.
osl6t
HAltltlS' llUHtl TDRATflB.
MONDAY. OCTODEH 20
THE OltKAT MELODIIAMA.
THE PAYMASTER.
IHVKn OP ItEAL WATKlt,
A Wealth of Mairiilflcent Scenic rroduetlon,
nnd n Great Cat
Kextweek-nODBY OAYLOtt.
30 tf
'S
KEW WASIIINOTOH
IHEAThE.llTHSr.
TO MOIIT TONtunT'
NIGHT OWLS
famous nEAirrr show.
Pauline Markham,
IN "TEMrTATtON "
M-IIAMlfOMK WOMEN-W
GHEAT OLIO.
WcckCnrnmcnclnit Monday, Oct. ".
Ladles' Matlnvei TueeTbur. and Bat.
First Appearance This Keason of the Leading
breclalty Show ot tho Worht,
H
Y
HYDES
E
S
Star Specialty Conni.tnv,
lioiu Iljilo ,1 llrbiiinit'n Theatre
ItrooKlyu, X. V.,
Under tbe Manajoment of Mr. Jbs.IIjJo,
Headed by tbe Japanese Fantalslsts,
YANKIIOEA OMKNK.
From tho Crystal Palace, London.
S-ST. FELIX SI8TEIIS-3
First Appearance in Five Years,
In Charaoter Fonjr. Sketches and
UNEQUALKD SKIRT ANCES.
IIKLENE MOHA,
The Greatest Female Baritone, in Her
Happiest Hongs, Including
"THAT IS LOVE."
LILUE WESTERN.
Tbe Mneleal Fhenomenon,Who nays Two
Banjos Slmnttaneously,
LE PETIT FREDDIE,
W bo Sines In fix Languages, Iiances Fault
leasly and Leads tbe Orehestra.
SMITH Jt LORD. EDWARDS A KBItNEL
11ELLCUFTON, BAMDEAHIN.
Nov. S Lester Williaas' Londoa Oalety Co.
G
LORE THEATRE-WEEK OF OCTOBER
so. jdattnees jionday, vejntjar, m
day and Saturday. The
MAGINLEYS,
A bTROXa SHOW FOR RAC3 WEEK.
GIOANTIO CORPS OF SPBCIALTY
METEORS.
T
as
KEOLIHN.
Is the Gratest of All Masleal lostrumenU
Beeause It performs any mosio
rem a waltz or a ballad to an
erertare or a syrapbony more
beautifully aad store nettly
perfeet thaa any other tiagle
bwtransest.
Tbe AeoHaa is sot saeehauksal. but the
BMMBBlalteaet'KISM ssmpietBata person
eaa ! ts ntay It with from one te three
wests' BweUee. Tour visit te see this la
strfunent wttt be esteeBwd a taver at
E. F. DROOP'S,
m PA. AYK.,
Eete Asnt lor SteUtway and Otaer FtMt
Otsss Manas and Organs.
KUDOATION'.VL.
AQ4BSMY OF THB HOLY C'BOBB.
ntte Mass. Ave..
AnwU eeetr busWj tot auUisig a thor
esmv edssseAaon in Bterature Buaeie and art .
The mtiriiweess taneet ate piao, luup. vlo
Bn. gsatnr, eisndiMlu and hanja. Laamnges.
asenrsj veal, drawmg and fancy work bee
sestyiy rjUfSBM1 00U.B6S PHBFAKATOBY
ssw BfiiHSWittic. K. 3.
mi&mSmmMl- andYeuAg Xan.
!! urn I i 4h haka hhaanast iWlllnnalailal BBldmaili()
la4fPPlpBm ! fJP "awBiw ii"'WSaBBBiii l "'"
E. B.WBM.A. M..PB.D..
1 UtVlLiJ,yMiiiW'AX BCilOOL.
envls.a.
BseeeAes inr the Ptii lerlaB BBnistry Boom
met end teBJim hate. Ae eetrawe fee ol fW
faj- nm heel ajad aase ol rflow All exBensss
TfetW neelas SnWTBJUlBK W.
SV. A- A- UVBBJtOBS. B. 9 .
FsvsMent MeadrtUe. Fa.
OV- A6MH ftWiIieVPKi
Annenoibt, ltd.
Wit BBFTBM-
aadlaw eeoraee
afmnds. Bmaamna haased Vr steam- re
But i"mi''Tsji" adcUass toe vdu-
TBOBAS FaUL, I-L D Pb T
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