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THE DAIIiY CIUT1C, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 27,1890.
tTitr. Daily Critic .ifco CAPITAL, tlHltfl m iXt Ptr Pnb- MWHUngto. ttlftlM Jr flttt OfMCt: IPWilWWWf Ctfft 8. C. fBttJtl Of fCWCMPfiOitt Ef ltR tCkattB II a f (tm li tatefty, twt m THit CKifI9 yfiumttrnttm. l). corttm ;. tsw. mighmiiifc....i- ...Wii nfs. W. inima, ! KYKX H0MKnS0METi.HBSXODS. Qirmi WiLt.iAW Ccktis, Ifw writer it the lidltof s Ey Cnalr In ' Harper' Maaattrte," f alwat s entertaining an I uuIly accurate. We might hire mll always; accurate. hsl not the llrston lltmld last Saturday potateil out soma iMrtcmftfle Into which Mr. Critris Barl fatten In hi Katy Chair In tin cur Tent " I luriwr" s. " The Jfemid says; How easy It l to be Inaccurate In stating t fcrstwtcat fact I almost ammlntrly tltne tratetl by Mr. tieorge U illlam Curtis In Ms "Kasy Chair" In the nirrent "Harper's Magaahte." He Is writing-about lite famm strfftri ttla? muster. Ife My tht muster waste Maine, that the exhibition of his ff Mp was In eratte a nre-gallon law, and that the lirlee asked to ee the sttlpeil lr, Mn all that mas Implied In the purchase, was Are rente. The Mrtptl pig ranthr w in MaMmhu Mte, the taw to he etadeil wts n ttftcen palkinlaw, ami the price of (wlmlwkm dm six iBd a quarter cento. That muster iu l.eld at Headvllle, on the spot where was to be the great camp ot the Massachusetts MiMlcra enlMttl toputilnwn the rebellion. The pig wan painted with stripe anl put i n tahlbltkm to evade n law teel under the trimlntstrttlon ot Kdwartl Kverett m tlutrrnor tit Maeachnett which pro LIMtul the sale ot liquor In lew luaMtttea than fifteen gallons, nnl from the rRect uf which Governor Kveretturas ile f tiled, ami the supposed liHusllle feat ot i VeoilMt a Democrat to tie (Inventor id MatMU'fittHtU was achieved. Tie price of (emustoH was not rive cents, because nre i cuts HtfMtued very tew things that were iwstpui h sotti in otir atato in taoeii.i)s t intra half rcntur) ago. Onrilectmal rur tby was hard to vat Into general ite h U'W tbequartrr of a dollar, and smiller I rkeU ailicln were sold fur fonrpenee and i tiitpoMr?, which wre six ami u ipiarter ml twrlve awl a-hatf rents reepectivelr. A TASK FOU SIIKIDIAN In the course of tils speech at I'Iim lititg on last HMtirtlity night S-n-itor iirmma.v, referring to pollilcitl iiitrm t; Mtltt: In 1S the tieople of the I'mtwl Sute traet-il us with their politics! jionar. Now the Krt power was the mwer to ap p4nteMer to appoint (MMtmaatars aiwl all the various omeera ot tills great lloterH incHtef out), and that the power, lnted tit Mag a strength to any party, Is a wik lift to any party, aixl upon that naaU t.eaih all the public men, who fall In p'th Hr life tiy the wayaide, fall by the in.-ln? of patronage. ravin you now. If I bad the jiower, I wenhf not allow a member of Cotgre4 to iteauimefid any man fiw a y olttcewhat iwr. I wouhiuke trow onr olitial agtMt all the power that l Invested In them ly eoWHKHi cutom not by law. N man in ptthlte life mhh4y know lieller the wrenjlU mm wttukuww nf it&ela! patronage thaa .Ioiin Shkkman. Ho ba bw in puhlle life for forty-two years, for la ll he wai a ilelegule to the National Whig Convention. He sUo attcmletl tb convenllon of 1893 ai adtlej-ate la 1M he irehll over the lir ItepuUlcMB convention held in Ohto. In the same year be took lit teat In the House of Uepriseolative, and ticm that day to thW be has been a werober of one Urineb or the other of Ceugreee. except wbwi he we Seere- taey f the Treswwry (row 18T7 to ISrtt. IiimI'w1''" Secretary be uet v i . tb Treaeury to : 1'ieeblwt. He '" ' ' '" wb (brouf h the fc ''-' ao bareber terw, ' i bU wa Slate ' i. He v,m able Ue fo4kwla( ia .- uuuui w wtM urn WsHsuMtcaa p my , euetetstiMe le Ibe Ia4 aeee of )Miroa , Hsu hi the XoMh be vrae a4 aa teeaeuftsl. Other taterwiii aad la iSseriame pievaUeai awuatf tlMtieeeatioM ftea tataeteeeto, aad be wm chagrin! ly ieeag the leader of bU own d;U ktsN aoaalaalsil ia hie ttead. Ae&ndimt awaesor Smkkwaii e opia bta at We thai aarttoaa value of putttieal ratianspi, itam it law pwxm to apatemal licee to he witaeirawa feoat fuUitM if M4 sw thai ftaw of tba Civil aearvkw law m U aor exiete Of eottias, thta Uw n-mitf have u lie giwealy ejtlaasbal bt ronn4kh thai puraoae Seaator f mmiCI tUa w imiHi I Iadaad tt wtgM b MeMaty to devbw aotue tew 4 far wartiag pUa to eahrscat th pnjtMMtew, coUectoM of cujKmbj aa4 iMhMMk) reeeaue. atankak of laiHtg Md othaw oillciai aot aosr la ilMi IB tast Civil gwviett law. FtMaVf Uw y be doaw aisout laJ niajatf. nWaaine SnjuuuJt aavotibi xim bat fatiai pwe aad ItHtieaaei to pga- i a mmm to ". u , ww w4Mas wad aMw diaacsisl of i ate kNagaf i teaMaweeai to edaa. lap beater taa aar mm m to PMMat aUv fctuhtof tkHSWaat tittiMjiVsVeji tomfcHiHili sWaVimy. We, m vmt, tw 4i, aw iweti atoeW d't pa4 VW frtp fV CMato vuid that dialt. (Jstwex Ummu ia 4vBieto toot aW ifMiia " laVft Ik ikm i Vtati. to bW hT C4WWMI baa to bave tsto Jkd Jk attl MSGsaVMft mA b tJ1y baalati. eavi toaf to v . Ovi as CaJJiw. Ouo, b km AfawUsW to the Taaara leay tcaskatl ad a ixalc taa AaateaA bV -tl Csfifltt af tluaxtis aad HJabriew FatW V-ixi Lbe ueto II ill 4Mesb taVtstotoaMMati o Ua "l-fiMi Hut and piiT'y a run Into by an ox prem and forced bsck oato an nor im modattntt train ft M nnlt eeMl ffrm being 'ornplertly vrreelMl hv tlw eU rtttngth nf tfcts JatITf rnr In bt h the dtMlnenhh! perty trueeM. Ttrtffe Jmprnltig nrltat tm nttenrnn. ad fnll nf prrptortlr iwanln, wt n they happened to th to different pir ties. w'H rente It to the Mitgwitunp to flgote oi tfctif mennlflg. Jfftn 9ftMtAft mawi a spewh at PrTttfrtt tt Sgtnrday night It WnteU hf ptatecvl the Junior Man front Maine. fit bad no teotdf of pratee ot ctwinTt He for Xtm eenlrr M frmn Mlrw. Tl reaeon Is Dlalrie. CMfHMtf. KMiivtr P finftrtnn ttr1 a Jle iToefc andienrn lt FrMay night tJlHtt h hnwers ebont JrmmalUm. If he bad tibdertafceej t- tell ht he loei't ter abom JTHtwiHem he mlt lie Mblnt yet, Cttiro pl hrr te get natural cm. b?f'ti tle members of hwr CRy 1; .1 1 cil antl tnn trutch mwtay par rote CLIragri honhl elect a cbetsfwr rwmnrll li 11 naea 1 seam m 11 nn FAtnfcn Tlkmixo of 5ertt, X 4,, ha diacoreted thai Htbrvvn Is not m enemy of Ireltml. As a ttlseortrar Father Pt.feMifto tllMottnts Cm.Mnrm. Tmt-ltKPtnt.irAMS of Stwilh Crolins favor Ihe Hamri.i. ticket. Thle Mil prolifthty Intnre the election of Ihe TIM. y k ticket. Tnmwnoi.it Adminltrntio fight? shy oflndl nntt this fall. Kvblently some thing U f.xpectetl Ui drop out there. (.rtUKHXtm Campmmi.i. (4 very prop. rily pletl at the otttowte of Ills ttmle nltb the Ohio Legislature. Thh IJ(imkhmh who were In the clly Inst week oomlecemletl lo nnprore lie CapUal. 1 m 1 PERSONAL, They call John Mnrley Hie "Orand Voting Mtiti" In Hnglund now, KmptTor William's ooacltmnti re celves 000 nnntiil wsets antl hie bottle tent. Statute are about to lie set up in Frnnt'e to Criinllle Desinotilln nml Otis tsve Flaubert. I.ortl I.vttnn tins written a novel in French, said to lie one of the very best of bis works William 11 Kngllsb of Indians, ex csmlhlatu for Vice President, is writing n history of Iloosierilom. Ilotcne Coukllng's memory still lives. Ills ginve nesr L'tlcti Is lmileckeil with Ibiwers by loving batltls. Meyer, who took the pert or Cltrlstut In the ' Iiiton I'lny" nt Oberanvner eati, ncelvetl only f'.IH) for bis fit Igu I nit sltnre In the iireeeittAtlun of the lellglottgilrHiua. ?u'.ret8rle HUlne snil Windont, who eivcd tngether In the GarriVId Utbltiet Htdlmvelieen mt Intimate frimls inte, iifL'ssId to be the only oat and otd chums In the present Cabinet. President Lincoln sppointwl more Jim llces ot the Mipreme Court than any other executive They were: Swayne. Davis ami Miller In lbfW. Fluid In ltJAI. and Chase to succeed linger II. Taney In 1MI. All of tbeee except Judge Flebl are ilend. One of the beauties nf the fainotit (Yah tile Fian-ale of IVris. U .Mine 1'lc.reon. She U 11 blue eyed blonde, with luxuriant lislr that Aluxuntler Ihima ilcclered lo be "made of woven sunbcsins." She is finite plump nf fbjtite snd somewhat above metliti 11 height. A correspondent who recently saw "Oubbt" iltaMtribeN her is h "winre. yellow woman, with short, obstinate hair," who was dressed in a bonnet that was a "huge bower nf green reeds and seailet popples." She Is iisutlly ae cofHlWBled by a couple ot ilogi. HOTEL ARRIVALS. MrtrupuiitauJithu T. Harris, Harrison bore, a.; K. P. Msrsball, CtecbHtatl: C. I). Ungborne, Kb-bwond, Va ; W. XV. Doc win. I.yeehbarg: I. Kraker, New Yotk; A. It. Mulligan, avouth LaroMita. Haiaomh. I Frecttfeeo: J. J. Chew, iiousuui. Tax : J. Lobensleta, New York. m. Jama-Mia t'urie Aldea, BslUesors; C. M. Ssucwky, Harrea, la.; V. P. Ptg lt ami C. W. Keawa. New York; J. M Laia Bead, Cuwbarlaiu!, Md.; C. W. Wilbej, bfOokJjn;K, J. TbetaMa, Vlr XfiUa. MtUarirs-Uaa. A. Kl, JttHau; S.J. Ijtty and I). C. Jtprouk. New Yerb; C. M. Clark e aad Cuto. Itelsseia. Muffsto. M vtmUn't Job li ay waist, HiUburg; Vc. Swaybe awl Alexawler Oreatar, New York.UebrgaU AlbeMue, HUaSufg- bkortkmui- Eaecb Piatt and party, SalU SMr; M. H. Crswaiser tutd t&, Nw York, tsr A M ilurtbutt aad wile, iuu ford, Loau. Anm Hubert C Kultue aad wife, w Yuck. Hi and Mrs. K. Brvwa, fuba dota. ArtiHMfu, -c. li Keep, Italikte; W. W Hartwril, . aaudteaa and . C. I tinirliiii Ptati utejrg,. r; Taessus J. absebbn. m Jt. Byrne aad F. W. Houa-bsnsi. Kew York. . W. Uoudrtea, Bressblya;' Wu wkk Cos, I ftadua .Vfianaiiihs K. L. Vaawell, New Ye; ItalaeslW i. y. J ; W. B Qosdoaaad Z jZfa, T.T. W Co imC. H. IbMcowiu ed F. W. Bllas. New fort. C.J. Irwsa, FbHadacyMa; Job U Wood, TcMSMeks, OasMsbi. MsfrtwU-liUe. atbea. biew Yort; L. Waerbaeser, V. MesV. Feataa and Ustsis C 10a Kapat, BaMssaaae: Max Otatoa, Haea-Uun- feiMt-AadtseaLyb), Wttsbsug; H. H. Otui Jkdeaeai at C. UaabeiL K Jr., mm u.w, m . . TBiaatvnr QrtW,af' ttetolf beidtes as" sanaear' aaaav spagp WPtoP PPw f w sSbSbIbS Watt m sjaasajal fPWstotoa HNaW MTlsat aad tub u! pidu. caaa ui.taalK.ait- real at Uai. .u4wuaiY U W. Barker, Philailelebla, J. II. Harris. Brockton, Mass.; A. lUtiU neill. New ok; II. J Hay ward, Lbicago, . II Jaeksoti, St. Lnais: I. Haacaach. S.b RHEA ON DRESSES. fit fiaftftSOM ACTUBS TALKS im Met mi? nf Her itwft Meinet vt'wrrtrwnej H n'nvMfi fvm rt'nnt m It t rtoiioifnt if there Is sri artresson iwt Aittetfcsn tsge who dresses More e.ttnmtntly sn I at th satm time In rsjtrer taste tbna Mile. Khen. This besnme woman ha gained Inr reptt tMltoti at the expense of net pocket, but to bg be erjys that reputation, wfcut ) says on the snbject of dress In penersl and women's cwns In psrttcn lar will nndonbtedlv be of Interest to all fewders. Iti the eonrse of an Interview with a Curttr letjnrier at WelchWs to- lav she sM: 'TeSv 1 snprswsj I flm whit might be called a 'crank' when It comes to a qnesilmt nf cosinmlng s psrt, be tt male or female. Many actors and Srttesws have accused me of nnrwtnn able exsctlon becsne I Insisted thtt the mnterlsl for swell and Mtcb a costnme should be of such snd such a quality, ami that anything titst did not come up to the standard I hail set was not g'Kd enough for any member of Hiiim's company. I formulated this cast Inn Mile when I first came lo America some fight .tests ago. and I bt-lleve I hive llvitl up lo it con-ljnt!oiilv ever since ".My ttasons for holding such decided nplnlrns on ibis jtibjict arc, I tblnk, obvious. The average tticntre-goer gnts to the theatre in the expectation of having the eye plert'cd as much its the other senses. Parenthetically I may re mark tbnt I do not wish to be under stood as saying that a mediocre perform ance 1ms only lo be clothed in purple ami fine linen to pass muster. The point I m trying to make Is that Hie demands of the average ntidtence are not satisfied by a superlatively Intelligent production poorly set, InlcrpreUtl bv brainy actors shnbblly costumed There mint be more. The Interest Is awakened by what Is seen; tbnt Inletest Is Intensified by what Is taint. If the senses of sight and hearing are not both plnynl on Pleasantly there Is bound to be tllssatls faction. Whether there Is more grum bling in a caie where extravagant cos ItimlnR antl Indifferent acting are found, or, on the oilier hand, where good act Inj; and shnbby costuming aie seen, I nm not prepared to say, but certain I am that unless there is n happy combi nation of the two essentials tte nvernge theatre goer In Ilcve he has been tricked out nf his money, nnd I symrxtthle heartily with all complaints bawl on such croumls. ' Of course, I urn speaking now p-tr lc tilnrly In rt-ferrtice to fil$ prodtic tlmis. nidi a '.losephlne, Kmpress of the French, bin what I have said. I think, npplles generally with more or lets f 1 nee to anv stage pretenln Hon "In the caie nf a female star Ills Impeialively necessary thul she Ite hsnibi mely fowmd, antl thetn Is icbso Ititely no excuse for her not lielng so. If she has not the ability to design her own dresses, there are so many tlress makers that w 111 be only ton ylatl to re lliu'hernf the responsibility. And, contklentlally, I will tell you that It Is not necessary to go to the great and only Worth for what you want. Dur ing the production of 'Josephine' In New York ami San Francisco, the an clely writers on the doily and weekly nt'Hpat)crs In both elites devoted con. slderahle space to discrlntlons of the dreius I wear In Ihe piny. A great many of them spoke of them as coming from Paris, but w lib two exceptions they did not. Thev were made by a New York MMtinU whose great renuta tlen dutee from the public display of these samples of her clever handiwork. Of course. think they are beautiful gown a. the handsomest, In fact. If I do say It myself, that were ever seen on the modern stage In a production sueb m 'Josephine. " I will give you a detailed descrip tion of them: The first dress is a bull dress of a rich pale-blue satin, brocaded In old gold leaves, with court msntleof blue satin, lined with obi gold, trimmed around with Irish point. The waist, a 1 Umpire, historically correct, Is very short, with high puffed sleeres and a collar a la Medicls in Irish point. The steond dress Is of white satin em broidered in gold. From the shouljers bang the Imperial mantle in red velvet, studded with gold bees, embroidered to two shades of gold and entirely lined with ermine. The mantle Is an extct foeumiU of the coronation robes stilt preserved in tbe palace of the Louvre. Ob tbe head is wera tbe imperial erown and diadem. The third dress is a plain, white crepe, with loose dranerles. Tbe fourth dress is In mauve Indian silk, In clinging folds, looped over a violet velvet skirt, embroidered lo sit ver. Tbe waist, a rEmplre. with puffed sJeevee, Is ornamented with all ver and violets. Tbe fifth dress is a light green Japanese silk, with a large rucblag at tbe bottosa of greea and pink. Tbe front, or tablier U la piak crepe, wlib an ewbroUued garland of itowera. Tbe sixth dress U a white Bowing crepe robe, heavily trimmed with bkctt. "But because I have given you a de tailed deter ipJtoa of wbat I wear, yea Mad aot think that 1 aw a wueb brighter star ia the dress line tbaa tbst other lady mesa bars of my coatpaay. Every gown that is seast oat tbe stage is just as good as Xkom worst by Jariiphlat, but tbey are pusibiy not so ' Well. I won't bore you wiib nsjr het talk aay longer. You saiiat eaaue to tbe theatre aad Judge for yourself." t-x-t'fwtUasM CtvUnd's Swuiar. Kx President Cbsvesaasi patted a cjutoc Ssuulay at tbe ArlUgbua- He saw but few frseads, and seems to be wlsoUy a sOfsesd to bte law pssertea. UapsiMMd bstsfiw the Siiprewt Court to stoy h Out mniiinBt case, aeu wttt psouaMy tetura mi svstw 1 on uua ' Tbe Cbsaefe Mut "at Aptuwis It, Kkw Yoaut, Oct n. X special fahjinsmiu to Uut WurU horn K'Mts af: It is reported that CaeUaJ stoanni. by otdsv of tbaa Popst. has tor UMpv tb baslaoH 0 use il utaibisa sjawsaesw U give asy oaatsial or oasjit tipwaw to the Ida XaitoasJtif eaasv mm U Messrs DiUoa a O'Bdas) U A Mutiltwu u4 a LMa fcmntsnaa. Fsuuko. Cal . Oct. 27 Joaopk L. sssttasBMS. who shot tbeatrtcal Msaugsir ytokst, was found gisMty of wtsstor to tost last stoats SaiestUy atyht, aad to Uto tosiaVtoQssasosM. aMiiH U4w asva La Haw Uuka" We obmi beard s auu t-mnplaia of ioet tof tasUy, sod woaaWred weal ailed btaa AVttnuieiiiiis Inaad said. -Gits s bx.iv 4U MM tot u gttnas." U wa a mitUj sajaasou teuton smx turn, who duu't always gUttm right Yvu iwad uot gu.s 11 JU si wbe )ocu (uod dott't dijoat, wihm fuur bowels and stowsih ant inaeUv. aad tsbost ytuo head achat escry Jj(, and yuu as languid ud caady latucuad Yuo ao MUnna, abd Or Piarui's FUaaaut Fuxc Uve Falieta will bruig )uu uut ad rlbt Eflutil. iJ 1 uaUd luj !..- lMc Of JuaatieU. IN MENOrtT OF 6ENERAL BELKNAP. A t streety- tren(id Mtmnte M tte fKtwt ftaf .tsiHvvwtwsji A memorial meeting of tfra Pe-lorsl Bar Association, to tske MtttM oft the death of the late General WMbtm Vf . JVlknsp. n belt! at tlm Oivajrl of (lalms at It o'clork tlrh mmrnlasr. The meeting called to tjr fry Mr. Gertrgn A. King, npofi wknw Mtfn Mr. William Inn Clarke wftM ctifeit lo the rhalr twtl Mr. T. S. Cuttr r pointed secretary. Mr. Claike paid an elrsTtstfrt trrrntte to the memory of ths deceitsjed; his n littery career, hh legal attainment; ss JBrrretary of War. and to hts genial dlfpnaltlmt. Metrs Gbjorge A Klmjt, eretsry of the Ftderal Bar Association; Assistant Attorney General Cotton, Qetteril Allan Rniheiford. F V. lb Wees and Gilbert Moyris, were appointed a committee on resolutions and presented a series et ptesslve of the irgret felt at the death of General Belknap An entrusted copy of tin resolutions wpre ordereil l be trsnsmlttetl to the wl.lo.v of the le ceaefl amj also to be spretd npn the n. in tiles of the court. In stiprnrt of tha rasolMtlons remarks were mnde by Mr. George A. King, General Allan ltnlberfonl, Assistant A I tor ney General John It Cotton. James II. Kmbray. F P. D Wees, T. W. Talmadgeancl Captain. John Mullen. The resolnllons were nnnnlmewtsty adopUtl. after which the meeting ad journed. Oihets prent at Ihe meetlnr not olbcrwlse namrtl were Wm J. Itm nells, James II Niton, General llalbert. K. Paine, James Fullerten. S Prentlre Knut, George K. French, Wm. 11. King, Wm K Kmlc, Hatvey Spalding, JohnS Illalr, I. G. Kimball. AN IMPORTANT DECISION. Mutes nn retrotrnm Matin hy Cotupet Inc Hall nml Witter Lines. A lengthy decision of the Interstate Commerce Commission, made by Com mlssloncr llragg, wns nnnounced to-day In the case of George Ittco against the Southern Pacific Company, the Union Pacific Hallway Company, the Atchi son, Topokn nnd Pantn Fe IUIlrontl Company and others, In reference to ratis on petroleum nnd Its products to California points nsnlTrctesl bythelong-and-shott haul clause of the net to regit lateconmicicc. The tlct.l'lon Is Ir fnvor of the rail lines, nnd says that the companies have n light to mnke lower rnles at California water nnd tcrminnl points to meet the competition of the water linos without reducing their rnles at Intermediate points where no competition exists. As to the transcontinental lines the complaint Is dismissed, but is hold for further evidence nnd investigation in the case of certain Southern nnd South wtMern railroads, who nre also pirtles defindant In the proceeding. This was the last of a series of ens s tiltd at ihcsHine lime, and the trial of which hnd just lieen completed by the cehbrnted I-rnnklln II. Gnwen. as conn stl for complainant, only n few inurs In fere blsdt-aib In December, 18W SNEAK THIEVES ABROAD. .111111 I'rrsnns l.n.e Their ttnury hiiiI Cither Articles nf Value, On Saturday afternoon the police wtre informed that a gang were work ing the crowds at the auction stores, antl that a number of persons bad lost tlier pluses and articles of jewelry. Mtn were nt once detailed on the work ami have their eyes on men who have htcn following the races and are up to such work. Mrs. Sarah T. Naco of No. 2S0o Fourteenth street, while at Williams' auction store, Inst a purse contains; $7 In cash. Mrs. Mary 0. Sherwood, who was making purchases at the same plaeu had fit In money and a cheek of fSO taken. II. F. Ilutterworth is minus n valuable gold watch, wbleb he thinks was taken from his pocket In a crowded restaurant Saturday night. On the tame evening Thomas Selby, tbe res taurant keeper at the Baltimore and Potomac depot, bad his till robbed of $-10 lu cash. WASHINGTON'S WARD H'ALLISTER. Mujor Moore lias the Dsllcate Task or Selecting ..Our 40O, Major Moore U wrestling with the applications for liquor licensee, and has already gone over 300 of the se lect 100 that are to be permitted to dispense liquid refreshments in the Dis trict for the year beginning November 1. Tbe applications first pass through tbe bands of tbe Commissioners, are then sent to Ms tor Moore for bis reeem nieDdatlon, and then returned to tbe Commissioners for final consideration and approval. At the rate tbe applications are now cowing in there will be fully bOO who ate dt-tirous of obtaining Ikeasos, but, if tbe rule adopted by tbe old board Is to be followed, only half of that nana br will be authorised to carry on tbn liquor business under retail neeates. There Is certain to be a Urge increase ia tbe number of wholes Us licenses next year. KOBE CLERKS NEEBEB. KourlU Autttlor Lfaeh Calls far aa looreaaed Fursa, Poswth Auditor John R. Ly aeb of tha Treasury Danartwsat states la hto annual rati art that these Is groat wed for aa ia lawaaittd foe of clerks la his oases to ennhto hiw to HMot all toquittes from the Pauasoa Otffeo. ills oUtoe, which has ubaMS of the adjust want of ac etNitstt ofuut Kovy ItesmHauwU. durtug the batt iaeaX yctw tHahurtutl 9S,1M,- Man Ltcht. Caotete Lush has istcouuiMtuted that tlaVsS fflslasWisMt sUastlistisQssMtS KAA IMBAbs btt ptovhled; Panoaylvaula aveoue aad South OaKdtaA aveuue. South Catoiiaa aveaue aud Ktoahatreot, Grace stMOt beawoeti Thirty aeeoed aad Potoaaac sstoets. sasl to Caoti Alley, Gator gotowa. WuUilU Kulr Vmub. Seerotury Wtodota to-day dtsWrmiaanl to call a isaatniajt of tha buiy ntrinjtifi of the WosM'i yaktobehehito Chi cago Kovenihfir UL They witl taxMawe i a day atsd expttotnm. TtsaawB fasusi Utt Waaaa. George Hurray was thrown ftoto his wajHW Twelfth suaat thai aftorswoo iati autaoittoi sastoful totojstotv Mu wa toksto to thst Fsjswgatofy aoMatoJ. mi titorwiad to his hoto to tth Vathtogtoav buftsutoistis br Us. Tctuuato, Tfci ojjaaaaoj. qS tajOM " ttj&taaaataad of tha atasmstht isaftuijEsid to bsaaa caaaim. prOMatMS tw tato uto of ssitoaiulBieaMhaal kM tfc Mmm Vmk Cml TSmS (liia l&v to Mil HI in nr 11 " - - f pw "w sa"w SB4aMP appaiassiSBWtnStl v ali M. 9. Tnsiaa HsaSar, Sltb iaat. urtt at lu i.nuu inii.fi Ums b Jt o. Jevut e 00 ami 11 u. ; ju .11 2 a) I IS ul -i &)y u. i M1ZNER UPHELD. EIS C0HMCT IN TM1 BAMffltitA AF FAIR APPK01E8 IT lARRlSW, lliS "nt I eert llr lmyTfK) MWr Mt'S VWWs et IMe UMtWantlt .Wtsr Ateewtest v tle isle llffWrtiTlefit. Nrw tmw.Oct 27 A retsSMflWavst tn m VTsshlntttm says: H Is HttrrefStoBd that Mr. Mlzrwr, onr Minister to Oetrtrtsl America, has received from Secretory Untitle assurances of lira approval at Ilk 1'renWent of his conduct In tht) Bif romtf erne, and has been fully jdstlfhjtl In the ermrse he ptirsned. This Information comes from thn city of Gmttmala, nhere It sppesrs the Ptate Iepartmrnt was most anxious, that tl e information should be first officially ptnmnlrated. Arerrdlng to the announcement Min Istt r Mir.ner is neld not 10 have exceeded his duty. On the contrary, he went further in the matter In the interest of General Usmintlls ami his family thsn he wns required to do. Ife secured a written rnarantee from the President or Guatemala ami the Jllnlster of Foreign llelallons, made to tbe Government of the United Stales, that In no ce would the life nf General llarnintlis be In dancer. Minister Mlrner so stated In his letter to Captain Pitts, which was read nml translated to UarrumllA It appears also tbnt Mlsner did nit order his surrender. lie simplv called the Captain's attention to the In structions laid down hy the State De partment for the Information of com manders of merchant vessels in just such cases. It also appears that the solicitude not to involve the company In trouble wltb the Guatemalan Govern, ment was wholly on tho side nf the Captain of tho Acnpulco. The demand for General H.itrundla was not based on political grounds, but entirely upon allegations of crime. Minister Sllzncr, In his explanation to the 8tale Department, says he knew of nn intense personal fcelltu existing against Ilurrtindln, growing out of his former conduct ns Secretary ot War; and knowing, also, tho temper of the Guatemalans nt the time, he deemed it but just that If landed lie should havu the protection of the Guatemalan Gov etnment against mob violence. Such guarantee was made to Ihe Government of the United States, and not to .Minis ter .Mlzncr, In otder that it might not thereafter be alleged tbnt tho nrrest ot Ilatrtindln on u chnrgu of malfeasance in office wns mcroly n pretext to expose him to assassination. Tho guarantee wns also given on account of the Pacific Mall Steamship Company to nvoid nil pretext of refusing to surrender persons on proper demand. It also appeals from the statement that If the surrender hid not been mud a the steamship would have become liable to legul procedure, and the com pel y would nl have had ground f-ir asking the Inttrvenflon of our Govern ment. Gen. Bartumlm's politics! no's did not enter into the consideration of tbe question, antl Captalu Pitts' cMidiir', It l understood, has also been approml by Ihe steamship company. FROM THE ANTIPODES. Nms rrom Australia anil Ilia Islands or tlie I'aclllc. SANFitANiieco.Oct. 27. The steamer cnlandla arrived from Sidney and Honolulu this morning. Albert I.oomls, who wns sentenced to death for taklnc part In the Hawaiian revolu tion of July of last year, and who bad his sentence commuted to banishment from the kingdom, has sailed for San Francisco. An episode transpired In the Ha waiian legislature recently that augurs no good for tbe peace of the country. The postotfice report was UDdcr consideration when Wlleox, tbe leader of the revolution, said: "There will lie a new government before a year and there will be no king, and 1 will take a hand In It." Upon being called to order. Wilcox Insulted the president, saving he hod no brains. W hen tbe Zealandla left Sydney the men on strike in tho various colonies were still firm, but a conference, having for Its aim the amicable settlement of all the questions In dispute, was sitting The New Castle coal mlues are nearly blocked, 50.000 tons awaiting shipment. Tbe number of ttrikers In New South Wales has been Increased to 50,000. ANOTHER EFFECT OF THE TARIFF BILL The Consumer Uats It Actio Wbeu Ho Iluys Lounces, Chicago, Oct. 87. A lhraU special from Indianapolis, Ind., sayt: The lounge manufacturers of this elty held a meeting Saturday night and unani mously decided that prices should be ra sed. It was said that Ilrussels, vel vtt and other kinds of earpetiags bad advanced materially in price under tbe Mc-Klnley bill, as well as other material Ibtl it used In tbe manufacture of lounget. and tbey could no longer sell at tbe obi prices. Tbe trade will be notUed at usee of the advaaoe awl tbe price lUl will be rearranged at another tweeting. bluBtlsril CHI Cawpaay'a New Depot. NKW BaWKSWiCK. N. J., Oct. ST. The Standard 041 Company reeeotiy purchased a Urge tract of laad bare upon wbkb tbey intend to buthi f ir ssotage purposes. Oil U to be hseofbt here in tanks to bo barreled, and this etty will bonssdothothippiugdtsjat far BOrtbarn, south tw aad westers Xow Jattay. The capacity of the works will be about 5,000 narrate per day. Hood's Sarsapanlla la eatarutly prepared from BasaaimrBta, Baa (tellon, Maadraaa, Dock. Pttsdaaatwa, Jaaattr Meniat aad otaor well fcaowo aad vaiaabU rtajritMa rdlat. by a peculiar nninttai ties. ptoiwxuoB uui prueeaa,atviBa: to Bond's area partus uiuntiie powart aot peaaeaasd byotbwr mtdlnlBBi. It idfevtt ifntrtaMe varat whore otbart fail. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is tha boat blood tiuttar tttowthe ptuOJo. M rsnturtltt avarr ianotirity aad auMaaoatd ia gajt atasMut. aWla. risaptes. at Itottota, itsaaViia. ffaatnil tetabty. Catarra, attontm- sjmI btiitaf ap the aystati Hood's Sarsaparilla VStf S JDIMMl tTtfrMH tjkt saVfitSai ' oeate lu popularity to Luwatt. ttass Mist Mftia ttVf. cbtaasS KpfhhkuaiM txa tr tasWf aas avsiasi taaaaqHslsolRlttoiBstoHpv fm tohattrit at thstsjae state- JLoattat ahiiatotlii tmitaer tall saute uf Houd't lltiiltaMtlaa tha uf all utnar araaparlflaj or btood paat aota. Tea tame auoues ia ettenditw til ever Uut ouuixUT. H cod's Sarsaparilla to pacgJiar la tbe netadiiiBos h tabw aaoatt eliisaa a teupi. Waea tt b oao sa4 it hseoaMi a lavwuta) Mtattsy Bad ia oMt atbaptad iu0 naotMmd mdlniat Bo aot to) iadiutd iu baj uthar ptantrauioa be sate tw set Uuud vtTjar'"s autd i1 ai. Uxuiau. tl, fcrf $4. Vin pajcad wu.y t (. 1 UOUUJtUI .bueJ.'V 100 ltnati stMt Midlnr. ami SKMfsrs. KUTU7VIN MEETING WASHINGTON JOCKEY CLUB, BENNING'S COURSE. craillrtiitlftAT,orrri!t . xm cotmjrtjijw tWTli. stOii t,n tl rm t aci sack at. rmtsw sji,w. MiBt4rCtASS itBitT OTHlMt BAT. TUB RMTr CUM OP ltACB-0Wft 1U tAKi PAW. ttrWTRAOlATtr.M. AdsMsstrw, fffonnds, sjnMid-stoifrl and fjeot lasra ft. !nejtoajajigj tMf.ssisjaa) and rtddeek. jl.fti. Afiniy to o . STAPtif s, Treawter, Wltrtrd's Hewt. for ntoBrbw's rMrbns. r fcject It nabte tnartetfs fll be esetnded. Trains lenve B. A P. net !, !, 1 and 1 :. Mound trip, ts cents, orn t w SLEY u ADJOINING THE METHODIST UNIVERSITY, Corner Loughboro and Tunlaw Roads. Tl e Sale of this Most Delightfully Situated Property Opens SEPTEMBER 25 MND CLOSES OCTOBER 25. Price,1D and 20 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 hundred 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 Virginit, 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. John F. Fourteenth and G Streets. FOR A GOOD SHOE iZISIT Wilson & Carr's For an Easy Shoe GOTO WILSON & CARR'S. We eawy tbe Bast Use ot Fataat Leather Show lot Uuiie aad 8ea tleaatB at tt a air at Wilson & Carr's tuklilouuble bliou Jli'U. No. IMO Y tJTKtlirr X. f Wniiatnglan. It a HAUfUMMIE SffOttK, 4 auU C WfihT lULIUlUlte hTIttHTI'. A TONIC. Horsford's Acid Phosphate. th4J tAs ojesl gp fattAf sUUttUitTBtl oauaae aw fwmj aad HHrraaai tast Br H. K. Oaeka. Bnnem, M. V- aatstf 4t aKU BMMtai tatf flBtttSt VAtH &K tA ttft Ua taaUMUsjaj lanAajiajtA V ttw sssajpfc stavtaVtv Br. J. H. Madam. wat anMttasviaw. Vt. sHypsV usWsftC MfW ttiftlsO I WW MAsJL sDttM6liLsti KsWWMaVt stMMa K.I. JUgtMi aV sittjifgB ftgaj c.vrvm.-i mmm ym' ia saiMsst a ta safeatV JUt ataaattiat tosas stlt. TVt. P. SILTZ Importing Tailor, im StttET alJlT4WtT. fatlaaU Wumu liuirtn.iii ouw upau. tb la lae XlAoat Llue uf Wuurfiui Bvor ax Waill'BaiUxi. uol lu HEIGHTS Waggaman KDCOATIONAb. LANGUAGES, THE BERLITZSCHOOLof LANGUAGES Wt tttb Sttstt Kartbwttt. Mast aa4 Mast I'laatiaat lasttaattua TERMH, JW. Bsaaaaa ta Kew Yark, aatslan, fbMailas- pUa, CUaaoa, Parti, Battta, . laaiinnn.j otu AOJtQBMY OK TIIK HOLY CHOaai, 1W Mast, AT.. atosUa araty faeUttr tot atstalriag a tin aagk attueatlua ia HtaratMa. aaaakt tutit ait. The laalHiBaaBla Uat aaa piaas, bats, via Ha, euttar, gaadalia aad baaia. Lwjas, aasatal vocal, dawia? aad faaf wort lnw. tattjy SPBKCBBIAN BUSiNBaii OOCLHflS Cur. 7th aad D tta. a. w , BastwaaaaSiz Sohoola. Tta: f,47fcftfj of Prawtbitl BiMaaaat aaat Acasuuats. achout 0 Prastwatotr ItatieaT fMtUaV Saboot of Hum tbaad aad TjHianiHaaa. Subaul of Syniiwtan Prnmital iantntibiB avbjftttl of jaatnaatual aad Ataatttsittttai Im wise. Sefaool of CTrll Sarriaa Tfaialag. tmj aau jugai iw.awa tiinsiraian nw KsWaM lt C. &PBMCBB. IX.B., Waaanii MBS. SABA A. SPBKCKX, Vtotvl sFiiaaiiaai HUM I1 1 lis) BAYAMBHi UitymVTB. Netwaik, Ooatk A Hatna SvaOQl tar aria aatt Yawtg Tantlati 'timbr of hnawMag wnala Btattad to fvaaty. Vtatol gJuBlau m f ifaaBL tatrt &Jd aA IaUkaCHttVaWa 6jFMSatVatLlftAaU f4atBflaUaA aHMtaaAaW HaWtlUilKi kfflartmi Pitfalls staMsted itetaMpb UfeMteA a tht MM kW MsaMllfaaafeaM SsflttiT kattLVA faff -A BAVIWgrtiaiM, fltaaVtl JCIaOQt,. 'atMiilla. Pa. ffli1latt f?f flHf irlattftal.l WstaJstTT MaWMHI ttaiadsaittwltM. Aa uattataM hat W tsf attjtai SaWTBtyUatt ssV BBV. 4. A. UVBBaBUt. 9, B,. .. w MA itMMIIPtf yMftrM 90M QsUUL-i sftttMlBtML VtsVtf JataBtabsUalKtaitf te IMIa afatMattasaai afcasT OOAfaaMb uatelaast aooa. Tanatttssit Unftanata ttiaiiai taaitataw auiwtJUtt wait aa toaad ta tba jionii it'ti.rfl o JaVtatt -aJkasa Bfttv pklfet ws coaimniraiosl tuaartoa." ao b4j. twtsiti Btaitu'a, i UaiuaSitiiaM, Bsw Yuck AMtllKmK.'ST. a WAroiwaiw lyckhm thbvtre, WHthfK, Md. St taffaitriant of Edwin Booth ASD LawreiiGO Barrett. SftCTAt WAttt!WTO!. SIOIIT ttirrtat, 9tt i-MwitArorvifTrE fir. Boot lias Shslock. Mr. Barrett a Rtani BstitistaT S tM, Sot -rtAtt.lt r Vt. Bnota a Hamlet. Mr Barrett as Laertf Stontlay. ot n-JOLIDdv.l'AR. St. Booth a Itr itns Ht. Barrttt asf In Wsstt frta . No. H-M CBBTFt Mr. Booth as Manbeth Mr Barrett as M .ft trr rrM7, Sot 11-OTBBt.LO. Br. Borth a latw- Mr Barrett as otheil BBBBKVBn BBAT, . J 80 and $1, Ifietndli k transportation both wi. 9al ot rests will corawenpe at Rohrt F tiler's Boos Store, S3 Fifteenth "treef, " TlU'R8t)AT. OCTOBBR. at 10 a m. Strew'al trains for Wa-btnjtton Nlht' wl l lesVfitts Penmrttanla R R. from six Mi trat lljmt at n tn. sharp, arrlvm i I'nlon Statroa, Baltimore (three mtpnte. walk from l.tenm Theatre). Rtn-nlir leave ssme statlim Imnetilatelraftei thep'-. formanre Mr II C nk f AlrmnshM lper Hon o wl I tcfompspT eaeh trstn. .'. l i A LBAtOll'SGRASU OIVKIIA HOl'aE. Kverr Krenlnrt-Matinees Weil, ami saf Reappearance of that Traalo, Bmotlonil Aetrets and Beantifnl Woman, -IN- JOSEPHINE, Empress of tho French, Supported bj tVIII.IA.1t ll.VItltlS AS NAI'OLEOM BONAVAItrK Ami an Bxeellent Comnanr. TUB COSTUMES AltK 80rBnil. The Jlountlnff of Ihe VUy MaRnldccnt. Next week-LKWIS MOItniSON In FAU3T. 9tM XT KW ATIOVAtj TlIKATnK. JLl Kterr BtobIhr. Wed. and Sat. Mats. Boston Howard Athensum Star Specially Company. The Great ClnquoTtlll, Hob SluTln. Dutch Dalr. CosroT ami Fox, telle Itlaok, Bros. Harlow, BolHet Troupe, Kate Davl, Arthur Forest and Others. Not a-CONKIBU COMIC OPERA Cj. HAHIllS' BIJOU TIIKATJtK. MONDAY, OCTODKU 37 T ho Popular Irlih Comedian, BOBBY GKYLOR, In an Blaborate Production of the I'onicdr-Drama, An Irish Arab. NrxtWeek-UKAWSOr NEiV YO'tU WM I I.NCOLN HALL. One Week. Comment Iiik Monday, October 27, Thefireatettof All I)itrk-tie, T UP TO OATE, As plated tt the London Gaiety Theatre, with all tho Orlclaal Music. Scenery, Cbsturo:, Paraphernalia and a Great Cast, Including Miss Kate Castleton aa MAtiaUEMTE. 50-CIIOBUS SINOERS-M 4-OA1KTY 8KIUT IIANCEKS-4 Tho Merriest fpcotnoular Production of lUr lesquo Kver Seen In America. ltegular I beatro Prlees. beats at Metierott't Mutlo Store, ocISCt ft NBW WASHINGTON U THEATE,JtTn&T. THIS WEEK-Ladlas' Ma'Jnee To-morrow H V HYDBS S Star Specialty Comjiany, I'rom II j de .1 Jtebuiau'a'rtiealre, II rook I) u, Ji. V., Yank Hoe, Omwe, Mora, Freddie, et?, IT-frt GLOBE TIIEATUK-WEEK OK OOTOBEIt IT, Matinees Monday, Wednesday, In day and Saturday GRIEVES' BURLESQUE CO Tbe Champion 4-11IOU KICkEUS-t A GIOANTIO SPECIALTY CO, T BE HEOLIHN. It tbe aratwt ot All Musical Instrument 4 Btoaaae It pwforms any rantlo (torn a altz or a UalUd 10 an overture ec a aympbosy more boantWuUy tad more Dearly perfaat tbaa aay otaar single taattOBMtU. Tbe Ataiiaa it sot BwebanlcaL bat the BUBteatetKB of B tt m tianld that a pencn oaa tatra to laT K wHb from oae to threo w ta'ntaattte. Tour rWt to tee thlilD itrBBitat VklU be aataamtd a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, PA. AYE., LoliswaT and Ease Asmt lot State way aad Other Flnt- UUMJ 1 Pteaos aad Oreasa. Dkd f hi)m did Law Ffms. pA MBBU, CARMJNOTOK. ATVOssMBY-AT-LAW, t I) aUottsortbwet, Wnhjltr Law BsObthag. 1JW Q atteot northwest. WtMMttWBY WBBBUUt, ATfCMWBT-AT-LAW. Ml aad tat M at, laimmf Boildina ccoi stMlaiBaa. a fit natblwgtur D. 1 Btaataaw at tast Ooattt ol tba DlWrt. t an-1 rt tm Waataiit Ctataty. Mst. ir. ayWMWlMBKE.iYiZACB PBtLLttU ZACBBY & M4KS.NNBY. tlnmawa at Law. atat-tf Sad Bulldlsg Ff HBUUATIOAL. ifctsv jraattitiat. K J IBiptlttalwiailiifcsTittftw and Yo,u.- M -, ysaMtst) let tkt) ksttt auUs sbT9bMb9IbI m K.tLCttK.A M.lu ,- vk WtajBajBat tBI Bas4BssBtM tvtat taaalm in-f" iru se'Tzu HAbbC StaCW SaMsMMMttWM ftAal tour f " 1 Jfqg tttfriasflaM tBtsfcat-adaV .u " XaWMAB laU, tl V FN - bbbHHH