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THE BAILT OTITIC, MONDAY EVENING, (XTOl Ell i!7, 1800.
MEMNDWOMEN LFWES FROM 1,1 YES OF FOLK .V8 HATE READ ABOUT. SENATOR MIICKELL'S KOMMtK RISE How "Otife Mm! to imp AnMyaMi al Trmllle. A GOOD STOkY COftRlinit WSBAJlffi. Ida Lewis it In. Fatkw LMVMttVj WeritAntwiHt if (tar Mwrti. Pamirs Mystei'tewi Rfjfcrfk, Om tit Mrs. Ptrttr-AtV. mlral Ofewarirs Pareatan.. Hon. Dinger Herman, Vm 0btw ftonnl Representative of Oftj-rort, speak trif of Senator Mitchell, says that his career lias been romantic In the extreme, Vhen very yountr, he started life by npen'tig a law office In a little ailobe town called San Louis Obispo. Unfor tunately the practice of law was con ducted entirely in the Spanish language, and he hesitated awhile whether he should go to some other city where the English language was used, or whether ho should learn the Spanish language. lie finally concluded that It would be cheaper and better for htm to go to S in Francisco, and he went there. He de bated a long time as to whether he should thence go to Nevada, a country about which all peopte were wild bo cause of the recent discovery of gold there, or whether he should go to Ore Ron. Ho finally decided to go to Ore con, and left San Francisco on the 1th of July, 1800, with Just f58 In his fiockct. He stopped at a lmftl In Port and where they charged $20 a week for board, and, after a short stay, ho decided that ho would open a law olllcc there. At that time ho only hid five dollars left, but bis landlord trusted him for bis board, and he hired a little otllce which had no furniture In It whatever. His last five dollar bill bo spent In pur chasing a book of the statutes of Ore con. He had no other library except the splendid education which be canted around In his head. It was hard, uphill work, as the reader may well understand, butyoune Mitchell got out his shingle finally, and by the end of tho first year he had twenty six out of the fifty two cases that came before the court. He Is n very handsome fellow, very affable, very polite and agreeable In his man ners, and Ids practice rose steadily, so that It was not long before he was mik ing 110,000 a year In bis legitimate law ) ractke. Or course, like begets like, and money besets money; nnd as soon as young Mitchell paid off his debts and commenced to save a little money In bank, he made Investments of tho money, no that bis fortune continued to grow. Ho Is now far above the reach of possible want, and tho future of his family Is also well cared for. "Oulda," whose eccentricities of dress and speech, whoso manner of living and whose wealth and sensational novels have ma Je her the paragrapher's pet subject, displays a spicy temper when her reserve Is encroached upon. The creator of so many beauties of ro mance Is herself very plain. Her youth has tied, but she still retains a magnifi cent fleece of gold colored hair and a rose leaf skin. It Is pathetic to see the time and care she lavishes on the pres ervation of these charms, and only her maid can tell how often her razor tongued mistress has been hoodwinked by tho charlatans pretending to occult knowledge In matters of the toilet. For years it has been Mile, de la TU idcc'b habit to visit Trouvllle and dis port herself In the surf that affords the fashionable French public so much scandal and recreation. She does not mingle with the throng, rarely recog nizes an acquaintance, and, accompa nied by her maid, swims, floats and dives lth the grace of an accomplished swimmer. She always enters the water 'with her hair unbound, her white neck and arms exposed and wearing a con eplcuous bathing dress. Now, It chanced one day that a group of Parisian dudee were sunning them f elves on the sands as the author of r-tratbmore" came by, Taere bad been some previous talk of t' ; lady aad her books, when, in respon- - to a chal lenge, one of the i-lltle i youth ap proarbed, lifted his hat ind wished mademoiselle "Bon Jour." Without lie slightest change of expression "Oulda' turned to her said, and, handing her the silk girdle of her bath tug gown, said in Freseh: "Flnse, take ibis as a baiter and lead that escaped ess, back to his stable." The famous lovilUt enjoyed her hatha usMoleeted sfterthis. UUmarck's peaioUa to tlie awaild cf Honorary Colose! of tlte &vMh Iteglinent of Cuirassier gave currency to this story: Following the eastern In vrjtue U tfce German artny, as soon as be waa promoted ha wont tolspecthU regiment, antl the aflteess Invite! bint to the traditional "dinnsr of wekoaw," a meal wkkk usually wound up with an enormous consumption of liquor. The officers of the legluteat, every ne of then giants, all promt! them selves a rate bit of fun at the Bgure their new colonel would cut on racalv )dz the bum tankard. ail! with, ckaea- I -ague, wnicn vau to m uratnaa to inn sst dron to the health of the reguaeat "- n . . i... Titer said auumg thiUMtlvs that Bis manic, a dipLoaaatiet and no naUtwry man. would never be able to aoeoai rlisb this feat "A sul we," Utey addd, will show bin how to do it." But they rec konarl without their host. "When the cloth was xetaowed that sr vanta bsougiU lb glniitw, and hot lies of ekaauaewt. aid Use said tankard, which they ailed to the arias, and placed with some oammmy la. front uf toe lilualrloui gueai. ut on his guard by aotue roguish K-4UMe, which, he aw directed toward hint, iiiunank hegna to that tut would have to -rirr";n"f the zeputnUou which Le Kaiuvd as a student, tiitiisif then. at a jthes mm&H. ke Btonoawl a w arm toast to the wesftaw of the wutl tueot, aad oMtto' ha ewpUml the urkaiJ at a int-le draught, although :.i Luaiaiaed sJaoat aj much a two ' uUa uf champagne. ile then rnuuMii his seat ajad hegaa svettasg iu Uu iuioteat poaatohj ttia cj as if aotbtof out uf tho osdiairy way had L.owuid. But his boats . 1 uut take thek eys oM him bow - 7 u LmI grown cauiidcrabiy ia find c, o.auuJi What was thU MUaiah i : a ic Uiiuuloa iattr, whea lo the . u. i -! Kkcix renueated that hit littl jug might be refilled. The e-ccltment inoreasfrt to ttelimm. . Rnnnlng Item Ih mainland Inta tl wct sMe of th hurtwr H a long , stanrhly-bntlt wh-trf, anjs a reewit writer In th "IhMw How JmmuA." Were yow to flml ronr wny to Its eml, yon wonM en long sm from tin HM iWMW wywid a wotttiMi appw awl gtatttre in yow direction. PnseirtlT, wfth aflle step, sh rnn dosn th nt row lmhler fatewd to the stone wall, Jumps nimbly Into a boat, ittttles It from Its mooting, takes the heavy oars, wl, with a beanty of stroke all her own, imlte with a krog ami a atnmff pnll thai sends her flying toward the steps of the pier on which jon wait. Her back 1$ as ( rert as that of a young girl, her powerful strength manifest In the great strMts the ro-abont makes, and yet, when she drftly turns It armind and von git a good look at her face. It ran be seen that It belongs to a woman in middle life, but upon whom time has left few tell tale marks. She puts out a welcoming band with a beautiful white wrist, adding a cherry smile ami a word of ereettne as she makes ready to take you over to Lime Hock as her guest. You have cause for self coneratulatlon In being thus favored by lite heroine, Ida Lewis. Life on a lighthouse, stlutted as Is Lime Itock light, is not the gruesome thing generally imagined. With a six roomed house there are cares that All the day, and, like anj other "glide wife," Miss Lewis has ber pots, kettles nnd pans to attend to, rooms to sweep, bids to make, papers and magaalnes to read, let tcis to write, and all the vari ous ct ceteras to manage, which fill the time of n busy woman. A devoted church woman, she spends Sunday on shore, whenever her brother Is at borne. As tho only woman light-house keeper in our country, nnd the last ono that will be given a light for stioh Is the verdict of the powers that be Miss Lewis has other duties that are unique. Kxnctly Bt sundown she must light her lamp, nnd precisely at midnight an other must be substituted. All through the night it must be watched, and Miss Lewis likens this constant care to that demanded by an Infant, The wick might flare or burn low, the chimney smoke or crack, or any of tho hundred and one nccldents happen that nro ever taking placo with tho uso of kerosene oil. She can but catch cat-naps; hence the nearness of her sleeping room to the light. At sunrlsa tho law requires her lamp, like tho foolish virgins, to have gone out, and from this fact she Is an early riser. The responsibility Is no small one, fur tho slightest neglect of duty or accident to her light or lenses would bring a report from the tlrst seaman who suffered by It. Lives hang on her vigilance, but to ber credit no light on nil the coast Is as regularly or perfectly attended to. nor does any other gain from the Govern ment Inspector so high a report. Miss Lewis keeps n dally expense book, noting Just the amount of wick and oil burnt, and the time to a second of the lighting and putting out of tho lamp. In ndditlon, a record of the weather must be entered dally. As LI mo Hock light Is a tlrst class light, no rations are allowed, the yearly sal ary Ulns $ 750 and two tons of coal. . The history of the conquest of the wilderness contains no more pathetic story than that of how the kind old priest, Father Laoombe, warned the Illackfoot Indians against the earning of the pale-faces, writes Julian ICalph In Harper's Wnkig. He went to tho reservation and assembled tho leaders before him in council. lie told them that tho white men were building a great railroad, and In a month their workmen would bo in that virgin coun try. He told the wondering red men that among those laborers would be found many bad men seeking to sell whisky, offerlog money for the ruin of the squaws. Reaching the greatest elo quence possible for him. because he loved the Indians and doubted their strength, he assured them that contact with these white men would result in death, in the destruction of the Indians and by the most horrlblo processes of disease and misery. He thundered and he pleaded. The Indians smoked and reflected. Then they spoke through old Crowfoot. "Wo have listened. We will keep upon oht reservation We will not go to see the railroad." Hut Father Lacombe doubted still, and yet more profoundly was he convinced of the ruin of the tribe should the "children" ss he sagely calls all In dians dloobey him. So once again he went to the reserve, and gathered the chief and the head men, and warned them of the soulless, diabolical, selfish instincts of the white men. Again the grave warriors proalsed to obey him. The railroad laborers came with camps a ad mosey sad liquors and numbers, and the prairie ihuadered the echoes of their sledge hummer strokes. And one morning the old priest looked out of the window of his bare bedroost and saw curling wisps of gray smoke ascending from a score of tepees on the hill beside Calgary. Angry, amazed, be went to his door way and opened it, and there upon the ground sat some of, the head men and the old men, with bowed bead, ashamed. Fancy the pleat's wrath and his questions I Not now wisely he chose th name of children for them, when I tell you that their spokesman at last answered with the excuse that the buffaloes were gone and food was bard to get, and the white men brought money which the squaws could get And what is the end There are always tepees on the hills now beside every settlement near the Blaekfoot Heseivsttea. And om old missionary lifted his trembling foiHnger toward the sky when I was there and said. "Mark me. In ifteen years there will not be a full blooded Indian alive on the Canadian prairie not one." Through all that revolutionary rail road building and the rush of bw settlttfs, Fathir Lacombe and Crowfoot kept the Indians fsom war, and even from depredations and from murder. When the haif-bceeds arose under Kiel. and every Indian looked to his risW and his knife, and wken the muilarinsjs that preface ths wax cry soumtad in every lodge. Father 1 .acorn be mad, Crowfoot pledge bis word that the Indians should not rise. The priest repiiiflBinl thn Qovernjoesd on tJuieit ivm4qb The Cnnndsnn. ats4snssi Keogai the value of has ser vices. He is the fjent authority on lwiUa waiters beyoflict our hu&ier tlae am ha tender to 1.1 apohstssnnji for ifes Indians. I lottowinf anecdote of Clara Morris U itdnted by Dm Ptaw. At a dinner paMy give by tfce late Samuel Ward. GarteU. Lnjur, HU. Hoary Wslterson and several other dls iiLguiaboi men feU into talk oa the decay of oratory ha our day, when Gr ntld ooatsoaaded the attewkm of the ub!e in -. eulogy of Clara Morris, a the moat gifted elocutionist he ever met. 'and her uiyslwy is.' he said, is how ah producea her esTecla. ' ' Ye,' addt J Lutr the must cluiucut imaa wf the Sct.aU;, I fvlluMed her through unc play for two nights, and nme away wire Ml the study I cnui.j piTe hr efforts wltrnwrt snrtsfyhig my-elf no she dW It, and I H sav J was a mneh affected oti the last ntcht i on them."' TMs rtory of Mr I'araeU i tnhl be the Jiondon Spmfttr: Mt. Parneii and a coltengm- wwe sitting in a side tnh lery of the ITtrt 0f Commons. It wsA a set tons moment, rot Urn Irish had re tired in high dndgeon from the House; the Ministry were ban! bepst, and re qnired the Irish rote to prevent them from being defeated. Mr, Gladstone had heightened the sftnanon by sug gesting that If he were defeated he should have to consider his personal position. All eyes turned to the sm-tll eronp of Irishmen who had sireh m mentom lswes at their mercy-. At thst moment Mr. l'arnell, looking down on the surging, excited and deeply ob setvaht Howe underneath, ntteted a few words to his companion, with a look of Inscrutable mystery. JTo one can tell what priceless guerdon would have betn given to that frleml who would reveal such a confidence, ami lay bare the great and secret thoughts that had fonml expression In this supreme hour. What Mr. Parnell hail said was "I wonder why so many men In the House of Commons are bildt" And now a new one warranted abont Mrs. Potter, aud which has come all the way from Australia by private mall. Cora went to a Melbourne physi cian to be vaccinated. The latter asked : "Where do you wih to be vaccinated, Mrs. Potter?" The lovely CTuwfrMm hung her red gold bead ami answered, "Ah' doctor, In our profession one must be vaccinated where It will not show." To whloh came the quick reply, "Mrs. Potter you will have to swallow the virus." a Admiral Ghernrd! Is almost a Massa chusetts man, although he has an Italian name. His father was an Italian, who served In the Grecian war for Inde pendence, nnd, returning, Indulged la rather revolutionary sentiments for the Holy of that time, and was banished. Ho came to this country and secured a position as Instructor at Harvard Col lege, during which time he married a sister of Goorco Hancroft. He afterward went South, nnd tho Admiral entored tho Nnvy from Louisiana. There Is no Indication of bis Italian ancestry, oxcopt Ids name, and ha tells of his father that, nlthough a man of education and Intelligence, bo always refused to vote In this country, nlthough n resident here nenrly forty years, on the ground that he did not think It right for foreigners to attempt to mingle in our public affairs. THE MOTHER OF THE GODS. An Oifclru't Account r tlir Life anil l'oltcrce of HIicii, Ithea la to be at Albaugh's this week to play "Josephine, tho Kmpressof the French." Perhaps everybody doesn't know exactly who Hhea Is. Here Is an original account of her career given by that luarned mythologlan, Mr. David Lewsley: Sbo has been known at various times and places by various names. Among ber aliases are Hhea, Ops, Cybele, Magna Mater (the great mother), Here cynthia and Dlndymene. The multi plicity of her names, however. Is due only to the caprices of her friends and has nothing to do with the records of the Police Department. Hhea Is a goddess, and away up even among tho goddesses. Her pap i was Cuilus and Terra was her mother. She married old Saturn and became the mother of tho gods. She Is usually rep resented with a crown of turrets on her head, In a chariot drawn by tame lions. I don't know that she ever had any castles In Spain, or even, like Paul, In Wales, but the real estate records of Home show that at one time she ran an establishment there called the temple of Opertum. It must have been a queer sort of a place, because It Is said that no males were ever admitted there. Whatever else may be said about her, she came of very respectable parentage. Just look at the pedi gree the daughter of Heaven and Earth, the wife of old man Saturn, the mother of Jupiter, Neptune, Pluto, Juno and several more of those blue blooded aristocrats of good old mytho logical times. And let It be said to the eternal credit of Hhea that when her hard-hearted husband, old man Saturn, wanted to kill their children for mercenary reasons, she played a Him flam game on the old man and saved the boys. She ought to attract a full gallery this week. The gods should certainly pay the tribute to the mother of the gods. DISCIPLES OF YULCAN. Mriuber t tbe Iiuu and Steel Intl tuta la llaitliuure. The party of dUtlBguUhed members of the Iron and Steel Institute, who have been paying this city a visit, left on the 9 10 o'clock train this morning for Baltimore. The party numbers be tween 400 aad 300. and arrived at Sparrow's Point, via Baltimore, at 10 40 o'clock. They were the guests of Maior I. S. Beat, president, and Mr. F. W Wood, general manager of the Pean sjlvafiia Steel Company, and, with these gentlemen, impacted the blast furnaces, rolling-mills and ahinvard of the company. A lunch was served in the onee of toe marine oeaartmeu. after which tbe machine shops and foundry were inspeeted. This afternoon about 300 of the iron and stst-1 men were entertained on hoard the steamer Columbia as the guests of the Board of Trade, the Corn and Flour Exchanneand the Merchants' and Manu facturers' Association. They were shown the various points of Interest about Baltimwe harbor, after which they left over the Pennsylvania road for Kingra Falls. A large pasty of the visitors also left this afternoon for Kew York. Trala to Ih.Mtuu U . A- O. K. Ku aiwl $1 for tae Mmnd trie on alt trams Monday, October 87; good to return same aturalir. from? .ci. 'What sort of a vl;. did you Ua. at the picnic '" "Kone we were all out f s jns I N FA NTS sfi.1 NVALl DS. "-' Y" Of I' SBQ V lafiliili TWC ONLY FwfcctSuisbtut for Matter's Milk. IU VALUABLE US CUOLCRA 1NAMTUM i.HO TCCTHIktO. A uJu M.irniln.iid Voal kr DYSJESTtCS. COWUMfTtVES. COM VAl.ES.ee NTS. A PERFECT NUTRIENT iBtiiuauaadneaa-a. WIWHIHUH. ItirS U AU SUmUUI. SFNIi a" ttuuk The Care ami Faeoioi-ol l oc""UiMUa." aaedlrx te am I literal i BOLIBCR-&OOPAI.C CO . I.d.. Maaa, A GLEVER SGC'JNDREL. A XAttACtl&ETTS BRGm PUTS OCT $109,000 07 BAB PAPllt. JIW titlmHlAt !fiw Ktrtil sim Mmitit Hn tw!rit tun Nam r lis VrMwa wnsrft tCTsnr TlnrtnTnis, Ma8 , Oct. s checkered career of C. W. fttriMMOft, the stock brefcet of this dif wlw forjed now, snwmntlnf to nfwn! of lOO.OW. H being reviewed tfrdny by rr-arly erety business imm who had transactions with him. It Is known that Robinson went to Boston Friday afternoon, slnee which time his doings and whereabouts are unknown. Another fast came to light to-day which shows that he has pursued a criminal course for some months, If wot for years. In conversation with Mr. S. P. Howard, his partner, HoWnson ad mitted that within six months he had plactd nearly $80,000 forged paper ami had taken care of It, ami If his partner we nld only keep quiet for a few days be would provide for the forget! paper now out. Considerable fault I found with the parties who held this forged paper for not making It known to his pattners that they -might be on the lookout for more such transactions, bat these parties state that they considered Mr. Hobinson an upright citlren, ami that tbey did not wish to blight the man's character for one misdeed. Messrs. Howard AGoldthwaltc admit that notes held by the Home National Hank, amounting to nearly $30,000, bear their indorsements, and will be met, yet the names of the makers of these said notes are forged. It Is stated that the Brockton National Hank holds about $11,000, with Howard & Goldth Waitc's signatures, which are forgeries. Mr. Goldthwalte admits lostng about $80,000 by these transactions and Mr. Howard has lost fully as large an amount. Pcveral who have lieen quite Intimate with the absconder think that the losses will amount to more than SISO.OOO. Mr. Hobinson, as the clerk of the Police Court of this city, has not ren dered an account for several months. It Is thought that several crooked trans actions will be unearthed. Mayor Doug lass held n consultation with Hobinson xsllh regard to this matter about ten days ntro, and the latter agreed to fur nish n statement last Saturday, but no account hns yet been filed. Among Hoblnson's papers was found a carefully drawn sheet, showing some notes that arc believed to be out, but where they arc placed Is n mystery, as opposite each entry are characters that can only be read by him. These notes amount to several thousand dollars, nnd some are thought to be held In Taunton and Ablngton. It Is expected that n moro definite statement will be made public today, as certxln pullet are expected here who will throw ome light niton the deeds that Hobinson has committed. Htiilo Cripple' t.'oat. Orlando Harris, a thieving negro. Is locked up at tbe Seventh Ptecinct for having stolen a coat from a cripple named Kdward Archer. The latter had, by saving his earnings for two or three weeks, been enabled to purchase a warm winter coat. He was on his way home with the garment, and when in the lo callly of "The Twenty Buildings," on Thirty-fourth and Q streets, be was pounced upon by Harris, who made his escape through an alley with the coat. Western Murker. Home Improvement. Mr. B. J. Kldrldge, market master of the Western Market Houe, has recom mended that several Improvements tie made In tbe market bouse. Among others hu suggests that a new pavement be laid and that tbe fish stalls which are Inside tbe market house should be rem o veil to the court yard as they do not belong Inside tbe market. FOIl DTSPRl'SIA, IndleftUoB, aad Stomach dieefden, me IlIimVN'S IIIUN IIITTKHS. All dmilen keen tt. ft lr bottle. Gmloe baa trade-mule and ctt red line ou wrapper. iUiwico. BKADLKY-O'DONNELL-At DaUlawre.as llnrcti SS, U-re. CbarlM P. Bradler aad Mag gie O'DoBaell, both of Wanblagtoa, I). C. DeFOIID-COOI'KK-Oh Wedae lay. Oeto btrw, 180, at I tie residence of tbe bride's paresis. In horfoU. Va-. AUee K. Dronl to C'frarlw Claude Cooper of WaUnti, U. C. Vo card. Diro. WAI-SH-MSa. w., on Sunday. Oclwbwsa, IHO.JeBBle M , daughter u Margaret J. ami tbe Ute John J. WaUk. Funeral from ber late reMnc, 3M Tenth ttreet Mtbweat,onTueMUv,Uclobir,at 1 p. ra. Interment at Alexandria. tft'ILiIAN-Oa Sunday, uetotwr M 130, at art p. ., Utile, only daughters J. II. aad t. A. tsfttmaa, agtd If yean, 4 nontlM aad t days. WALtHALL-Mr I B. WaJtbalt, ouly brother of eaur Walthall, died at bi bene la Holiy diktat, iUt.ua -Saturday, IbeSfith mt. HSNDERaOK-Oa. a'uday, Oetobe tt. !. at the rMlent.'of her cuuaia, TaoeM f Bell, Me O street aorthweat, Mrs. Mary UeadeewB. tn tbe SSU year of bar at). aad Bulbtr of the late John il Barae OKESK-Oe Saturday. October a. UW. at titt p. m.. Kate P. behaved wife of .1 W. (ieeen. and dantftterof the Lata Hatthev aad Mary feeawr In the , th ye uf her aee Funeral wtll lake place from her late real deuce. o Mr I atreet uorthweet, Tueaday orator. October at. at o'elceh. Mate a'. St. tut apnea's Cnarch BUKDiNg-Oa Saturday. Oatobef , at S.W s.bl, Viola nVsiaa yqii apart daughter of John T. and BditVM. Bwduw, ajd i month kalStilH rSiaurai private. lAXBOK-Ora entnrday. U lobar ii, ISU0, at IfcM a a.. wUllam J Lannon, Ulo.e4 hikband of inaie M. Laatloo, In the Ktii year of hia aaa. BCKHK-U Millwood. 1rk t'onaiy, a . on Ovtob IS, leaa-Mi. JHiaheth B. Biaaue. the widow uf the Uie r'rantla S. Ba-me and tsothar of Mrs. WUTiani A Caawll, ad : years 1'KllrHMlALJi. L-BUU.I. Wt0OAl WIIX Bit KBCXIVBQ p at theontoe of tbe Cnatodina of the C 8 CMleaa-Bnaae at Oaoraetoaju. D C. until 1 n, m. SUVKMBltt S. JavV tor aU the labor &l aiaHsli wwtntrad to saafe Lertaln alter aK sa and retrain at that UdJdiag.to accord ance with the pe-lliathn Bidder, nuiat state the bum ber of working days wittaia which they U1 (uiopteteib-) work. Back bid noiat be ace on pan ted by a certified t beck lor atty (W doUnra uade bainb-e to the older of the Tieaaurei of the United Btntee. Ike riht totekcl any or ail bidate reaerved. foptea of the asavinuatlon and any informalluB may be had upon appUcathia attbiaoBce. CtttXJS DOlSOX. Cttatodiau 1 )BOyunALS FOB UJUUnlUvU -T S. 1 XDianeei- iteSce. (Wl Uhtanoih atreet ocrtbveat. Waahinston. I)TC. Ooiobar r. leOu -bcaled propoaala. iu trioUcnie, tor Jredaiiia ui tbe futonuko Bivarat yaahiof ion. v c will be received at this onus uuttl un oaTVBBDAY.KOVBiaJ-t,alie. Tbe aiuiiMc ut bidders u lavltod to the aU of loukMeaa apprwied iebrutury aa, waa..ia Itrbruory O. US7. ved , at, and vol. .'1, ue, vm , p , Lea al Larae rue at in. tatuica at utrse ror rectaaU"tu urrna uf bid and other iiifnrieaHnn nnolf at Uuaottuw PBTWI C KAUtg. IJnuieuiiit t wluucl U BnaJaeera fO SAt-K MAHIbiilf. m AitTtbmmt. attooM houae, Juat TTffrifns" eidratu U yaM; lot liu in. aou hoatn; prlne. sjri). Ap- -te? sneaaarr j. munm, aweaa w. -. "- 1 bouse. Iu WaaUacton. ifta. UM auJ 1-0 UUiatse. two-toty and naaataeiir, br u atone trnn:i-;c. T touna aad Mth toi' bti; ad an", ir. e. U,JM eacb, -- "'' tt ic '.o e-'i cf -r4 for avc-i V ' DUFFY'S PURE HISKEV FOR MEDICINAL USE NH FUSEL OIU 'Ihr-rr nrriiinur i.pnlll ntilikla In tlir tnnrhvt, but II ls brrn iro-M lrjMnl n ilnnlit Hint Hull'-. '! le I III: hm.v Pt hi: mi:iui..ai. om:. it ! nn pfHrnclnn-i rrmnly nr iljirilM. ih ailnilrnblc euro for CntH-h-i, t'olil. A-ttbtnn. ltrntictiltlo, (tillN. tlnlnrln mill Itir tlrlp. ft fnnre Ihr 3tcl mill imrlllre ttir lilnntt. KlIttiK M It KM! Ill TO 1i:. nml nr.t.ii:r to tti.ni:.. It mil he nlitnttiril nl nil it run ilorp. Senrl for our boob. Till: lit II V .MVt.T 'VIIISHI-.V t(.. Itorlir-ilor, X. T. SI' lit! I A I, MITICIJS. BKAf. BtTATB AND lMsUrUftCK OFrfCfS er TAMBs n. MARK Ann 9B0R9R W. SmCKSKV Have nten MMirl rts III 4eTrih si, a. w. ecsiet . 1ST- SNBIMII IZKfJ M0.V ME,TrB.H THK SAMK IIORflKrOWKK 1MK ONE-TBNTIt THE tO.SU W0IIKIN8 AT BBNNlS,'t,n.C. cwlfl-lm &3T A CABI). MK. JOHN RYAN, etrTTBB, Invite tiicdrenyfrmtlemeft toeallat REKN'S, 411 Ninth tret, and place the4r onter fur a first ola i garment. oalS-lm J3JI FRET ItBUBVED. DR. WHITK, ---' cauttii'ODi'vr, 1416 renna. btc. mpiltu Wlllanl's Hotel. ThotiMiids f rurn far and near vtlt Dr. White's rtalill liraBt for relief from and arohlanefl of corn. bunloBS, ill't-aswl aall aad all ttrwr foct trouble. Iloitr. 8a.m. to 6 p.m. biiiKtayn.9 tola, office fee, Jl Vr viltfr ttittlni' the feet la itood order. Ratabllahed, IrOt. .THE SAFE flErtWIT AND STOKAdK iJr.-.iiii.niitM, AMERICAN BRCUR11V AND TRUST COM TANY, 1110 JSfH SrT.N.W. Abaolutely Flreioof. Now ready for tbo itAraaoof faroltare, FlaiMM, Stllverwure, ItetariM, Mirrors, Trunk, Carrtacee, aed all pot table artlelea. l'ack Ibit. UiiTlnBind MblpfilBrbyeziwrK. Ortleri by nail or telephone iiromptly attended to. Call and eiamlne bulUllog. Herdiea paa door. Telerbone No. . ALDEHT M. REtD. leSS.lml tieowal Manager ff-ar"LATltE'IDIrWilLADIBl ZSZ? -,-.,, jtct'aSery ta tbeoely hat and bonnrt frane manufacturer In tbe eity. Call and ee ber new nbara. llleaelilue and KtmIb?. btraw and felt bate altered lo tbe teat atylea. Orders prowwly attended to. ICO a atreet a. w. jggf-NOTICB TO TAXPAYERS. OrricEorTHe C0LUCTO4 or Taxaa, O. V., October I. Into, fttrettant to the provMowof tbe act ap proved Ortolter 1. law. all arrearage of aea eral taxes prior to July I, li. and aaaeaa eBta for ipeeial Improvenentii, laeludlBtf tbe laylnir of water bhiIm. bow due to. aad tbe ltesa for w Weh are held by tbe Diatrtot of Columbia, nay be t-ald UBtll OCTOBER II, JW, with per restUB latereat la lieu of tbe rate aud peaaltlee now Axed by law, and all accrued cot ts. E. O. DWIS, oce,ttt Collector of Taxee. D. C. a-J. WILLIAM LEE (Suocoiior lo Henry Lee's soaai, UNDERTAKE R. 3WPA.AVF.N. W.. bonth G4de. Braaoh Office. 4M Uarvlaa4 ave. t. w. S-Sf-DR. J. R. BERRY. D I). S.. af Awdatast Deawsattator of theUni veraity of MariUnd. baa eatabliahed at rMt PlrtecBIb atreet Bortbweat, and aonalu pa iroaae. Ga, aitroua oxide and all atiaw thetlea adaalflatered oca-tin ItaftVaV KOT HAVE YOUR SHIRTS Ef Budabyoneof tbenoet eeJehnted utter hi Aaterinat Priam aaaw aa thoee third-rate euuera caarae. P. T. BALL, Mi ? at a w. LOST ANU FOUND. OtrT-A FILL-OROWN F. r. SUN ABU a du(. weartua nickel collar aid ifleft at 1TSS N at a w ultaBle re tt rmooxAi.. It'AXTBD-X MOBE B BO I XI. BBS TO Jout I) tioliaCiaaa; i a aauntb; leaacuu a ek; tharoua'h inatructloa jtuarauteed. Hi 7 Etiw. aa-st VTOW IS TBE HMB. WE WILL FAY x uhtjr Baoney4 tor Bfants' nsea-elaas ao-estd-hann adoShnu. "ASrleea) ftr eutl at Him OU)8TKD. t B at. a-w JtTK VKU OK STOLBA. S1 TOLBK-OK TUB AFTERNOON OF THE I lath, a fellow Irian etter MtvLf. anawer to tbe tuudm of Dick bad ub ccdlars, one with aejneol owner and tneutBerBiM netla. A liberal reward will be gien for any infer mrntioB that may tend to the recovery of tbe dug and tbe proaecuiion of the thief J H KCBBUNa. liULalaa roda aud electric work . taoa Pa ate. L A COUNTRY KK.IL HSTATK. TTtORSALB-ABOtT 1? ACBBS OK SB ST Be extended, on the line of the Btuunn ton and Soidlera' Borne Bajlway. bttinc a pan of the eatnte of the late Chief Juattoe Chaae. now ceiled "latawwood;" a aond oMort unity for Investor. For partlaular. pnoa, ete , lnaatee of CHAF1K BBOWTf. alt ti at b w. atUAKY W LAIAV. M" OBSY TO LOAN OK BBAL BSTATB OU tsat-etaa aecnitalaa at UMPaai rntea of seat. Ito onlay wb aacnrtty b awd. ' sbi 7th at a w. AlOhlBYTO LOAM Oif taihAO nBCUBlTY. jlOHST. xmxwWL TO LOAM OH SAUL V4T SCUB1TY. AT 41a fJB CaJhJT . u OJiY 10 to I Ob Addcomi . at w Be a.1, IMJ&!Bh uuruar od ut.U L-ojkLUinnAunut uf UBtfitn CI BUMBY. UOM'R Oaf OBBOal MMt 4VU. . me aad Tttrrttorina. tlti Lv al-. BB t s Mail. 1&UMHI 1Lb7 IV s r. At t Tin v l,r ri'ril SrBt.v .I.K or VALrABURK' I Estate oh thr worth sioit WBTlt BTrinarr, BBjwspiiritia "IXTrT l 'PKBrS W. W.. WIS- of fotrtm. Rt vmtns of a freed "f trtut rtatttt WavM. A.I. twa, amt d-riy rcorted m nrwr rro. t 8?. foito ,ei fwsof tslandre'or-t. I sei fw of IW land rtnrsn of CohimMn, atM at th re nt eifjWitTrMVJht. nit rrttn-i. tn rrtiBt of t he prm IH&AY.TIIBFIfFH IS) BAT nr tne inemei or corami i,mict tbe party ell at mhlic arrt! !.. on ssnrniikhnAV. FNOABBRRR, A D letft.af hlfpt fnr r.'clrrli p r., the followfn descrlhci ritl ctste. Itnntr in the rr.nnty or Wa'hl-ie'oi, M-trlotof t'otomMa, olf Rat btlf f lot o !( lnbtrcko MTfU'Ti. If Hoft I nitiTfit saMtvlroJ of S'th" Farm. . alifrt ,fflfhairi," frtHntWety five(i feet i n tnmror trt,by a itepth of one bin died and fifty (180) feet, to alley. Improved 1-T afom'ortaMefWfrdrHI) Tern-, of wle: AH eah. of wh'i h one tmn dred (fif) dollars . be paid at Hire of ale. All convyeljatitlorilln!r at pir hr' oot. 1 ertM of at to hr romitn1 with in fen itoi data rrom day of al-, othnr wtae, rltht referred to retell at rl ami o-t of (letaaltlnt rmmMfter after five ili.' ilTert1enT-t af sweft rwale In .menewi l arer ptiMMietf In WasWnatrm. I) ' .T B .roHsaov, A e. CYWiOi, TTiitee WALTSR R. ITtLLtAJI A ro ortn.d.ns Auctioneer. W A NT Ull- li: i, r. Vi ARTED-A WBtTR HtRL AS CRX bertttaM aad waltraea. Anntr neraoaV ally or by letter to Mrs. R CATLiN, Sotdtets' norne. 17-Jl TANTRK-WOMAN TO COOK, WASH jn nndjron. call at onc-a, WmtiT. Vfi ANTED A RBaPRRTABLRntRf. FOR Plain ennhln. wanhlna atnt Imnlmr Ad- niy at ana ith -it n w ir tt TANTKD-A RBrBcTABLR WIltTR I omnn n'-food plain ok: no wh n. irotd wre; n.itit have reference Apptr 115 f'onn are vf ft "Wir? NTRD- A COt.ORRI) YOUTH AS porter: mnt come well recommend!. 111 lllh Kt e. - WAMKD-A MIDDLB-AOBD SETTI.RD I woman to do irenernl hoo-8wora for two In family; mnt be well reromm-mded. Apply 145t 14th t n w. -.Me entranee 5 U ;AN1R1I-A RRLIAHI.B WOMAX TO DO reneral hotiwork. Apply IMS 11th st n w, between 1 and o'elock sstt WANTiD-AWHITB WOMAN TO COOK, warhand Iron In a family of 1. hrlntt re'ereneeeaBd apply at 1718 Mb t n w. tf.1t rANTRH-A fIRRMAN (URL FOrTOEN Y) eral honework In a family of J; one that vc ill a i Hi Appreciate a -m tnieht l.M2(Jtn e a rood homi'. reference": May a w. m w rANTKD-A WHITE ftlHt. FOR OKN eral honewtrli: a aooil home for proper yer-on. references required ISIil Mb t n w. -rANTKD-A Wlltl R WOMAN TO COOK. Iron and do the work of a mall family, mnt no homo nlrthta and brlna; elty refer tnroa S4ltliptne Sl-St TANTKD-A ltBSt'ECTAIILR WHITK YY plrl lor aene-al bou-ework; Sin famllr. Call at ail'tn w. at It VANTBD-A (IIKI.OF ADOUT IS YKAR4 YV a nurse; must be obllalat and make lerell generally iiefiil. reterencei reqit rxt and murt tayainlaht. 4QB Artie. 4-at irANTED- COMI'KTKNT WOMAN TO Y V cook, wali and Iron; muet stay nlalit; bring reference. Apply at 111 Ut tne -V ANTBD-WIIITB HOY. I OR IS YE R8 Y i of ace, as errand boy and to make him self generally ueful; reference Apply 1411 (IftllW lilt AV ANTED-A HOOD DRIVER OR Walter. CbII at Ml7 Maw are at a a m. Mt MNTKU-A WHITE WOMAN AS MAID anil i nmitrem; nuiit read aloud well. Appjyjit Aillnitton Hotel, Iloom T W-H TtfANTKI)-- MEN AND WOMEN TO YY -ll rew niireUy;)64.rilayaallymaie; l hee am entirely new and Ml at alaht ('. 1. Al HRH11N CO . RUB F t. St A ANTKD- WOMAN TO COOS, WASH and Iron at 311 1 tnw. .'lit WANHUI SITI'ATIO.IS. mntkd-Vy a 8rrrTLEr)"wiiirB Y widow (I lit lil I. emptoiBMBt In a small farnllr. Ail.lre4WI Hlilrum, trMt rANTBD-HY AN EXPERIENCED Y 1 waiher woman, wathlnie to do at home; good reference Call oraddreaa 1119 Ltrwer Court n w. between 18th and 'AHh. I. and M. -VANTBD-HY A RRLIABLK COLORED YY wonan, work to do oat by the day or wathlng to du at home. Addrea 170 K t. "lT.rANTBD-nY A RBSPBCTABLE (H)LD Y Y girl, a Ituutloii a cook or chamber mala: good reference, tailor aMre 144 HI are nw. SJt ATANTED-UY A COLORED CURL. PLACE Y a ehambermaM In a private family. AddreaaMStOmtne. JMIt w ATED-I1Y A HEirBCTABLK COL'D woman, a nlace a eouk la a amalt fam lly. Call or addretn WW F at a w. MM TT.TANTED-RY A RBbPECrABLK COL'D YV girl, a place a chamberwakl in prlrate family A sdreat J33T Ma t B w. i-H 1VANTKII StIHOHI.r.ANHOUH. FEW DBbIRABLK ROOMS. WITH Meant power, aood eleyator aerviee and tlrat claa janltorablp. tn tbe POtrT BUILDING. for rest at low rataa to flret-eUe tenasta. Apply to STILSON I1UTCHINM. M Pot HalldlBg. or FRANK MAGUIKE. baperta tendent. KUK HKNT KlIO-IS. F OR RB.NT- FURNUHBD-rOMMCNI eatlru oartora. oau be Bttde tati. Darhr aad bedrouniictBirallykicaled. awsthaw. 1?OR KE.NT-WK R I A K, X RACK ROOMS; 1' l ob d and 1 on M aoor; cheap. aff-et 1TORRBNT-1 OR 1 PLEASANT UNFUR X Blafeeddd "ory rooma; aontkem eipu ure; large tloet; aaod lrap; auilable fur light liomekeetiBg: rent BJoderate U D b e IJOR RENT-i LARUE STONY ROOM ' Bieely furniahed. geatleeiea preferrwl IBIS tl It B W " tt J70R RENT- iwa) MAS IVI, BN41LI iU i baseuuwt room, aulwhle for ductw'a oMce. H F OR RKRT-b W I OK MAkai AVE AND tOtb at, ualurnubeu rounu. anantie or atrurie. eleetric bella. Ac. V4k IX) K REKT-W'TH BOARD. FROM AB MJ I" ' November l. x very deal table Sa atmry front cocaaaankatiB rooaa. Apply Waajath at b w. cor Mt Veraon Place at It 170K HKhT-Wl CORCORAN BT. FOR 1' idbed. 2 coanectinc 3d atory rooau; light BiettaeteepiBtt-allowed, price, jia. at. JX)i BENT-1 OB X XICBLT FU B x XICBLT FUaUilefJID lame usinniianed id boot 11th at B w xt it front row 1 ."-OK BBKT-A NICK LA BUS Fl'BMlkUBD 1' frost rooiB. with ir without board ISiM 7th at a w 4t jtEKT-g LA BUB I'KFl BMaeSBil 1' coaamuB lead in i door, beat, oat ga and bath laHl tab t w ITtOB HKbT-Fc'RhilaiMKD-A tiOOD MZBU 1' aaJl room. M. ton frott;wU board At lras It a a w teraw. tea per aaonth, refer citoe. exc lianaed xa-St 1,XB BBNT taut B bT X W-FUBKlaelBO bou-ekoapiaar board in boom If dcarred. tita ilaraei rate eeVe mmmb. i I X)B BBNT-AX atLBSAXTLY FUBBtaM'D I' ftoat alcove room in tat. MV Stb t a w; to 1 or x aentlBmeB with beat of ref ereunee; eXcellcat table board ana r by t T BBXT-TO GBXTLBMBK OXLY-d V handaoBaely fumlahad roonu. breaknat itdeaired. 1704 h .taw -it 1UK KU1VHBUW law M at u w. 15 ra MUaB17-)ajt.JMs tt3r atiti a w, is w Mah at ex . tt r xantXataw.alas ami aisw. utra. Wlttui aw. I4w 1713 Q at B W. He lTtso t a v, ti 'a i7UtQ.tBT.Ura ttshl I at o w. M a. itfcx t uccutbji at, II a. 17S4 CorcoraA at, 11 r. uav X a . at UCSMUais .!..... ieMBata v.lra H t-,, Uxa. -, 14MCbu4Bat.- m Ttl at a w. au ana m jk laaivin. rB BBNT- TWO BRASB BBV WK rooaa tranw boUMM blaik aud drf loca near 1 burttiea a.ud paol" acbo.il iu tu.on li.cu.rc I A BBiiUENO, .- LI I miL?? f 3 , ..... . 4HF nrw t I . UU.W til BBBB ..-. ...w ... . .. ... .FtA.V- I j.rf k jrr nxitnt. A yiMIHrtWAW.WffttHt. UTttBtRl! MTrcAtOT MrM., -or. MTt trntt It rtt. aod va net. nt.iujt injraMtffl 8tft and t. stt . W. 1. " V PAl AL) ib- n t w ftt m:tn. 4l7ltthtn w. 1411 rt T ave. Blttll. IYER. i and Pa ave rt.IXf.RV t HJIBlMt. HMrr.Mij. TAB ARMRfrrrm rot co . rth and r aw. TWB-aa-..iii-- i , .,,-,-. i.ii. ii. ji.i h i:hs Ant n rt:r riHXttnx, t. H. JtBtMNdRR 1018 llth t. a W. 4WMJI 8THRI.B. WH R Cap St. m ti in, i nt:t:si: i '. .tAf4. F. QTaTRR,Pa are and tin at. m re It RMS. A I niFFLBR, MO- Ontre, ail . liberty. and TWO Street Market. TROB, T RJA9B 4 to 51 Centre Mnefiet. r n BUVcH RR.tm to Ml Centte Market. FDW. MrKMtKf. ftSl SI Ontre Market OTTO C. rtrPTBRT.ai -M Centre Xacket. A . -t HTI. Y. W, ( vntre Market. itir rct.lis. OKO 8. ATWATRR CO . 144 IMS Pa. aft. iiDttr.i, mums .t. n jtenituHX. f. H MORANiMSthM. A. I.. UAELRTHN. 491 7th at M.STftlCRLAMl.tWIS. are. tO'.o. w. Mltll. 717 Market Spnce. HOW BL1. MtHltAY. WW 71h rt n. W. .10HN C. W ILI.E8. It . 91" 7th St. n. w. L. nKILBrttP.4fl17tht n w. t BOOU On rrlce S-hoe IlotjM), 7 7th rt. NATIONAL HtrTEL9BOBfm)RB,4BPB.ar. II. WAI.RRR TUCRRH. 1VM Pa. are. JOS A. HKPRTTI. ltTPa are .e. it tshr.ns. nn,,,r , c j . , n nvu unit n in ,i. l.KWIS JOHNSON A CO , 10th and Pa. are. ( OKKJN MACARTNEY. 1119 Fs(. I1ATBMAN A CO . Mil F ut. B w. WM MAY SOX A CO ,.M8th rt woods ,tro.itcsrt.n w LEW IS 1 KU Kblll'RY A O , IMS F RIOOS A CO Pa are and lfthrt. ft I.Wi.S CENTRAL NAT. BANK, cor. 7th st. and Pa. ave CITIZKNH'NAT HANK, SIS 1Mb t, NAT. MRTI OI'OLITAN 1IASK. SIS llth St. SECOND NATIONAL. WO 7th at. n. W. COl t'MllIA NATIONAL. 11 Fat. n. w. NAT. HANK KRPUHLIC. 7th and II ata. FAHMEH8 A M ECU. 'S NAT , cor M anil HHh. ii(nihsi:i,r,f us asi statioxium WM IIALLANTYNK A SON8,47tht. A.K. WII.LIAMS.Si47tht.n W. W. It. MOflHIfON, 1l r .t. CHAPMAN A TAYLOR, 915 Pa. are. nw. VAJ.lt Of." A I I II I r.s A SU Itll. I .V- fi:. TOKALON WINECO .all llth st. ;.v;' vtntttiivTtnt M.C. WIIRI.AN.1.1Ft. c.irf;Kf.. T. FRFUND. TWSth rt. n. w VIAITIIinUS. ICTORB.ADLRH.7t;ibnw,oor.MaH av. M KAUFMAN. e rner Mb and I it). --. I. HAMIirWfKHAHoNIMtm Pa av. NEW Y Or K ONR PHICECLOTI1ING HOUSR, 3lt71ht.B. w. OOLIlKN RAOLK CLOTI1INO CO, .11 Pa. are. s. e CAItKIAtlll.S. AM1HRW J. JOYCE'S H1NH. Wararnom. luSB-an Conn, are.; Fatory,4l-Hllthnw. W. F. UEYEH,44W Pa ave Alao bareewi. IlOReR AND l.'AKHIAOK BAZAR, IBhtteU. Mi HKHltOIT A 1IHO.. S18 l"a. are. a, w. tl. J. MEKKK, No att (1 at a w vityj'jtt ri oa i.its a v t.i i ';i. J. Fl'DRBLL. IW5 N. Y. ate. t. jahvih. rnimi.t HINKKA tll'DD. SI0Mbt CIIAf F FLBIM'HMANN. IllOPa. ave f.ll'i.'V TEMPLE HOTEL. Mb rt, op. U S. Pat. Ofdo. lllh NEW EIMILANDCAFB.SttlMht. BLKH' IMMNU HOOMf.nWI'a.avB. v o. vr.v. Tiusv.ua. HUYLER'8. IW Pa ave. riKLDINfl A CO.. 4 Pa are. (ILL'S. l4Ft. MIEhTZ A CO err ItXb and F tU. n. W. RNBt-NAHAN A CO.,4W7tht. B. W. r. N tw TON. ITatMl Pa. ave. n. w. EilMtKTS. 411 7tb t. a. W. V OA fKV TIIA UK II IHir.U.S I I.K. M. BRILL, 41TtbM. R. II. E. DKUHRINO.SI1 llth U. m.t nht.t nK HENRY F RKH.MOIxthBW. imx a on i a. JOIIXII.bMORT.llM Mat W. M. bIinTERAOl!8.ll Pa ave. LANeHUHXiH A UHO.. 4 to 4 Tth at B. W. SBATON PBRRY Pa. ave and tth X. THOti. J. LUTTh ELL. WM Pa. ave. JOIINkO A LDTTRBLL.7IS Market paa T RB1MlARDT,10 7th at.n. w. CkMe at 8 o'clock S J PiSllKL, 19 Pa. ave (iEO. F. 11 A RUIN. SIS Pa. ave. e b.D. BUHCH A CO . tatn 7th at. bw STERVS DRY GO fhj HOCbf . 044 7th B. w. w v iuiolJui, an Manec iKVnuisrs. FRANK P. WKLLRR. 751 Mh at D. I.ILLMAK. T Pa ave. T E. 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