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THE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, ()( 'IOJBEH 20, 1800,
PICKPOCKETS.
iiGHT-nmraRffl) smitT of
ENGLAND AND FRANCE,
CAKEFUL TXmiUlK TOR THE IDKlias
The English Artists Ait at tie Tup
of ttet Pftfastw,
THP ARE NIKE Etf mD IHflfXRWS
71 sk ihm t Any 9Dnf NatfollUj
Tke "Nip-cT," tke NMMtri
the "RrtTW"-Se tf
Ike Tffcfcs,
At no other time of th year it Lou.
don so safe a ptaws to walk In or to mix
with crowds as timing August ftml Sep
ttmhcri wtltcsa correspondent from that
big town. It la then that a large exodus
of the light Angered brigade occurs.
These gentry depart In (treat numbers
for the more profitable hunting grounds
of seaside and Inland watering places,
for foreign race courses, ami all the re
sorts where travelers of all nations aro
wont to congregate. Paris being a fa
vorite rendezvous for provincials and
strangers about this season, six or seven
thousand British pickpockets, It Ins
been estimated, flml their way there
singly or In gruips. They are recog
nized by the police as more expert and
dangerous than those of any other na
tionality. They are of both sexes and
nil ages, as frequently as not a woman
is one of the trio that almost Invariably
unites to carry on operations, the ' nip
per," the "blind" and tho "receiver."
l'lckpockcts dislike working alone, tho
danger of being caught is so much
greater. As a rule tho "blind" jostles
the selected victim, the "nipper" avails
himself of his discomfiture or wrath to
extract watch, purse or jewels, which
he promptly drops Into the hand of tho
"receiver," a respectable, well dressed,
careless spectator of tho Incident, who
walks oft leisurely with tho "swag,"
while his more suspiciously clad accom
plice draws upon himself the attention of
the police, nnd even challenges it, in the
security of having nothing compromls
Ing on his person.
In certain cases where tho booty Is
Important the "nipper" has been known
to assume the nppearanre of frightened
unlit to fil c his pal a better chanco nnd
more time to get nway. The tipsy man
who reels into an omnibus nnd ha
"words" with tho conductor, the stout
woman, cvldontly from tho country,
who suddenly mocovurs that she Is in
the wrong carriage, clamors to bo le
down, appealing to her follow passan
gers against the Iniquity of being made
to pay her fare, the foreigner who ex
cltcdly begins it story in broken Ktig
llsh, aro the accomplices of thesuper
cllllous lady nnd clerical gentleman
who, objecting to the unseemly dis
turbance, request to bo let down, not,
however, before they have successfully
availed themselves of the commotion to
rxploro the pockets of their neighbors
while their attention was diverted.
Since tailors have made men's Dock
ets lets loose, aud dressmakers hidden
those of women In clinging folds, tho
"nipper" has had to niter his style.
He cun no longer Insert his whole palm
through tho narrow aperture, so be
artificially elongates, with delicate
pincers, the two ringers which alone
can bo thrust In, and the rilling process
Is the same. Those who have never
been able to acquire the requisite sup
plenees of manipulation, or whose
bands are naturally coarse and broad,
cut the pocket bodily away, or uso an
ingenious little appliance constructed
as follows' To one central slender cord
are fastened four strings ending In
leaden balls, coated with glue or cob
bler's wax, which are dropped into the
pocket. Anything It contains adheres
to the balls, and can be dragged out
with them by pulling the main oord.
If the thief notices any obstruction, or
the lining Is likely to come out also, be
cuts the cord with a sharp knife and
walks off, leaving the balls behind him.
However, be rarely retorts to this ex
tremity, and is ashamed of himself
when he does.
Crowds are an essential condition to
pickpockets. This is why thy haunt
railway stations, landing st t,j at the
busy hours, music halls, 'he waiting
halls of important basks, vbkh they
tall "melon frame." It U well known
that so mail boat leaves Calais or Dover
without carrying several pickpockets,
acl that bardly ever is a erosslag
itTt'Cted, duriag which some pusssgera
aienot robbed, yet it is oaly at grt
(cTtrvals that deteetlves, eosstaatiy oa
lie watch, have beea able to take a
ibltf red handed. Wbea there are no
crowds the pickpockets create oe, awl
have little trouble in so dotag. One
pickpocket was famous for the realism
with which be acted aa epileptic tit
and rolled foawla oa the sttiawalk,
but the Inquisitive or ckaritabkt
pasters by wbo stopped to assist, or see
him assisted, paid dearly for tWr 1m
cevulence or curiosity, other pick
prcketg quarrel, call oa the apectator
to wake riag awl see fair play; the
sliam taxing begias, until at a certain
preconcerted sigaal, telilag ikent that
the gam is played, they suddenly be
come recoucUed, shake hauls, and go
in their ieparatst ways.
.
About a ceatury ago Paste had oaly
about HJty pickpockets, aow the po
lice reports show that their amaher
has reached 4,M U the metfoaoste
alone, and about M.RtS la the rest of
France. Theae fgucei ase nearly
doubled at stags of iseviewa, races,
popular U and exatbatjong by re
cruits front abroad- But, singularly
enough, they all cosaefroai or have beea
trained in Great Britain. England is
ihe cradle and tuttbed of yackpocketa
It U a prrrfntiiftti as nxwJy eetaMiefced
as carpentering or brWklaytajt. it has
im apprentice, graduates, professors,
i xperts and couioMtrcial agent. Nov
ices are taught to recognize a French
man from a native a Russian froai a
(jtrrman, a South American from an
Italian, they are wade acquainted with
1U- alight but all iwportant iMfferesxiea
in each naUunalUy U the cut of the
Vibes, the place of tke pockets, ike
p ude uf carrying jewelry, watches,
I ri, ur loose can. When the pupils
i?L suppoaed to have yruhid auJn
ti rputched at f'brialuuaUnieiu a.r
ia v suburb of X.hmIob, where they are
' ...li uut The agent, who has
ux. .j seku a trio, PuU Uicoi through
..mi, and if they bj-ii them
, utditably he engages ihem
filvcstnen. rloili., board ftfw! special
iwtnrcttoirt, m& tRs thwn tol to
ply theft trotte nmter hts migmi.
As won, howtver, as their rwrsoirtfftf
has become ItrconvenfcBtly familiar to
the police nf the lorHtr, lly are -tnrwd
and erftiwifr. for a fresh et,
under the same cotrdftfon.
.
Tlw cmntttmrity nwrriows tlW,MB In
IiOflfjfMti, HNHYMlfiff WOffWB RWd Cnf Mfttl ;
thlr hedqTtrtrrs n In the obscure
rmrlktwof St. 011, White Chapel, the
Mine ire, ami the lowljlRt, whstra of
the Thames. It Is there that they hold
their iteet!ng, organise their de
tftehments, deliberate on ftrre mwt
merits, have their savings banks ami
clnbs, ami ettle on the way of assisting
those of their pals who are III, shadoved,
or In rrt'w- They form a regular as
sociation, like the btnwebrealrers nnd
slropllftera. from whom, however, they
are quite distinct.
During their visits In Paris, although
operating In common, thev do not dwell
together, but are scattered all over the
tlty, meeting only to share the spoils at
certain specified moments, In dark or
borgne taverns and wine shobs situated
In the neighborhood of the Champs
Eiyteesand the Grand Opera. The
foreign as well as the French operators
have their receiving houses, called In
Faris menmer (millers) where they dis
pose of their gleanings, and It Is a re
markable feature of these transactions
that they are carried on on both sides
with scrupulous fairness and honesty.
A sharp and observant person might
detect tho pickpocket who shadows him
with evil intent, by tho peculiar roving
restlessness of the eye, of which even
the most experienced ones cannot en
tirely divest themselves. The habit Is
contracted at the onset of their careers;
Imperative then, It becomes Inveterate.
The pickpocket embraces nt a glance
the particular article In a shop window
calculated to attract tho passer by, the
confotmatlon of tho victim's pockets,
the foot passengers around him, and
the quarter from which his bugbear, the
"Hobby..' Is likely to appoar. Tho
Kngllsh pickpocket rarely offers any
opposition if caught In tho act, he sub
mits silently to bo led off by his captor;
only tho women howl, thrash, sob,
scratch and light. It Is tho character
istic national coolness and lack of
emotional Irritability that contribute
more than any physical aptitude to
make the British pickpockctacWjrfn
rrj in his art nnd an object of envy
and admiration to membors of the pro
fciMon In other countries.
-
In each country the profession retains
lis own particular methods. Tho Span
lard, like the South American, does not
attempt to operate save In a tolerably
thick crowd, tho Italian works gen
erally only on ladles, and badly, because
he Is too precipitate, the Turk is fear
less, awkward, audacious, and oven In
the clutches of the police, wlthonohind
pinioned, attempts to steal with the
other. The French make a specialty
01 -recogniuon, which is euecieu oy
one pal Directing to recognize In so mo
Inucctnt, rustic-looking Individual a re
lation or old friend, elTuslvely falling on
his or her neck; while the error is ex
plained nnd apologies offered, tho deed
is done by an nssociatc. The most dan
gerous of that species Is IhobeeoteuM,
usually a young nnd very pretty eirl,
who unites Into the arms of a benevo
lent old man, kisses him on both cheeks
and calls him "uncle," a relationship
ho wilt have good cause to remember,
as It has cost him all his portable prop
erty. The utter carelessness of the public
facilitates the operations of the pick
pockets to a dogree which has often
elicited from them expressions of with
ering contempt. To supplement the
legend which bids people beware of
them, the authorities would do well to
affix a few simple rules, the observance
of which would be an effective protec
tion. Ordinary precautions defeat many
attempts at subtracting watches. The
practice so common with women of car
rying their pocketbooks In their hands
Is fatal, so also is the dangling by a
weak handle of little leather bags, pal
pably containing not only recent pur
chases, but the wherewithal to make
more. A prudent distrust should be
inculcated against any person running
up against you with an overcoat, a rug
or an open newspaper In his hand, as
also against reeling drunkards. If you
are suddenly tapped on the shoulder In
a crowd by a stranger boon your guard,
for his partner Is watching the moment
when you turn your hesd to rob you;
In a railway carriage, omnibus or boat
respond guardedly to the advances of
traveling companions who politely oiler
to assist you in entering or alighting,
have secret pot kets for everything worth
stealing, do not allow feminine vanity
to Haunt much jewelry in public the
confraternity is armed with seissors
sharp as razors, that clip the fastening
of necklace, bracelet and earrings with
out the wearer suspecting it The num
ber of thefts coaimiited in this way is
enormous, hut being discovered oaly
much later, they are often attributed k
other causes, and the real offenders have
gone unpunished la re:klese impunity.
Slot UuhklrUalT AdvartUtap,
Near the entrance of the pretty Utile
cemetery of Passy the mother of Marie
UatbkirtseK has erected a BUNiiuaeat to
her gifted artist daughter, which U
wore like a house thaa a tomb. The
little chapel, whose interior can easily
he seea by all passers by, coatauu
Marie's rot-Mag chair. Utile table and
favorite hooks, while the names of her
paintings are ewhlaoaed la gold letters
a the wails. A perpetual light burns
before her flower covered bier, and a
life sized portrait of the young trirl
hangs above it. Foreign tourists are
constantly visiting this tawhing memo
iial of one whose book has heea so
witiety read ha ail parts of the world
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mm 9m its bsbal as&ortmmt
OF CRIMINALS.
Marty 0r nTr tho Iirramf)mtfH(
OMttt t TSttH I)ty ewifrt
tb WHm tjentfenee la Shflwh.
Jwrlge Mlftet w wot ilhtmhed with
the continued cry of "more mort" com
ltg from hrlchrayert at work on the
New Jerwy Arenne statfon, but the
Bl of tin ami the click, click, click
of the tinner's hammer was sntmylag.
t HAKOKB WJTtt Vrm.ATIJTO TRR StrHR
t,AW.
One of the first cnew ealted was thst
of Bertha Yming, the keeper of a saloon
ami restanrant on Louisiana avenue,
opposite the City 1111. The charge
against her was that of keeping her bar
open on SwrnlBy. Iat Sunday evening
Officers Qroff ami Byrnes femnd the
place open, but saw no evidences of the
sale of liquor. Mrs. Young admitted
that she kept the restaurant open Sun
day, but not the bar. Air. C Maurice
Pmlth, Sirs. Young's counsel, Informed
the Court that his client had conducted
business continuously for fourteen years
on Louisiana avenue and no complaint
had ever been made against her.
DOSE DOWN TO THE FAtt.t.
Maria Thomas, a woman of evil life
nnd fame, who of late has made herself
xcty consplruous on I) street northwest,
went to tho farm for sixty days.
ATTORNEYS HAVE A SqfAnill.H.
There was a spirited little contro
verscy between District Attorney Du
mont and Campbell Carrlngton over
the continuance of Itobert li. Smith's
liquor ca'e. Sir Burnout objected to
these cases being so frequently put over
and allowed to accumulate, and Mr.
Carrlngton insisted that he could not
proceed with the trial because he did not
have his witnesses present. Judge
Sillier gave both attorneys to under
stand that they must go to trial with
the case one week from to day.
AnOfT A t,0AD OF SAND.
Edward Q. Yators. a reputable citi
zen, wns charged with the larceny of
one load of building sand, valued at
sixty five cents, from tho District. The
complalnlnc witness wasJohnll. Stubbs,
assistant building inpscctor. It was
shown that Waters had taken the sand
from whero it bad been deposited for
the use of the Dtstrlct. The defendant
did not deny taking It, and said that he
bad been Instructed to go there and get
the sand by a contractor named I.ynnc.
Judge Sillier said that tbcro must have
bcin some mistako about tho matter,
lie did not think Waters guilty of a
laiccny and dismissed him.
l'OMCV WIIITKIIH CAUOIIT.
Officers Klmmel and SIcConnell
yesterday afternoon arrested William
Giny and Sleredtth Watson for being
policy writers. They were found with
tlulr books nnd drawings In their room
in Frnthtr' alley. They were required
tn furnish $9100 bonds each for appear
ance before the grand jury.
A SRIUOtS ACCl'SVTIOJf.
Bmma Scott and Olivia Ward, two
colored girls, got Into a ecnllle In Shott's
alley last night, and the latter had the
former in court this morning charged
with an assault. J'mma said In her de
fense that Olivia had accused her of
carrying vermin around with her 100
years old.
"I couldn t stand such an Insinua
tion, Judge, and we went at It."
"Is this nil you are here for then'"
asked Judge Sillier. "Go on home,
both of you."
FAST UltlMNO HJIOM TUB KACKS.
William Norton took In the races yes
terday, and on the way home was driv
ing at a rapid rate of speed. He was
accosted by Sergeant Slattery and told
to stop, but he paid no attention to tho
demand and continued right on to his
home near Buzzard's Point. The Ser
geant and Officer Slack, both mounted,
took after Norton and arrested him at
his home. In the Police Court this
morning he was charged with fast driv
ing, cruelty tn animals and disorderly
conduct. Sir. Campbell Carrlngton ap
peared for Norton, who pleaded guilty to
fast driving and disorderly conduct and
paid a fine of $35.
AN OLD OFFENDER.
Officer Cotter this morning arrested
William Pope and locked him up at the
Georgetown station bouse. Pope is the
colored man who shot General Auger.
This time he is wanted for stealing a
valuable doe from Isaac liolaskl, a clerk
in the War Department, also w lth carry
ing concealed weapons. The bearing
of Pope's case was postponed until to
morrow TOO MAS. COOkS, ETC
There was an eruption among the
cooks in the culllnary dspartaeat of
the Arlington last night. An Italian
and Irith lady came together and had a
lhely little spat, James Nolan, the
ehtf, came in and ordered theaa to
deW, and in so doing pushed Josephine
Chardy through the door. She had
bim in Police Court this afternoon
churned with an asaault. As there was
no evidence that a serious aseault had
beta cowwitted hts Honor dUatiesed
the c4
kK&T DOWX.
Alexander Price, Mary Johnson and
J-Jlea Kelly ati went to the farm for
sixty days. The two latter were found
soHeitlag praatituiloa oa F street.
TEJCkED A COVhTHV LAD.
lrtteMey afternoon YriUkm xiait
poo, an unsophisticated young country
lad, living at Fair land. Montgomery
County, Md , came to town with his
father to sell a load of cabbage. He
was wandering around in the vicinity
of the Iloree Bazar, when he was ap
proached by Chriat B. Hunter, who
said he wanted to buy a hone. He
potatfrd out to the lad a horse that
was being driven by that just
suited his fancy. but said
the ataa driving it would not sell it to
hint for any price. "I natter at and he
wants $53, now you go and. tell hita
you want the houe, and give him f3 to
hand the bargain, and I wlB nay you for
ike horse ao3 $5 fur your trouble," aafcl
the swindler.
Young Ilalfpoo did as he was te
queekd to do ana gam up the oaly $3
was jvea kite for the Money in Uagaa's
saloon. He afterward looked for hours
for tha" Miaa rxuntor. hut dhl not flftfrl
To-ijAy faftih HuBftw fttod h& ooAjt&d-
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K Will CUM UU, LisaUM. uut avrf i,J g
NEARLY COMK 'TED.
The I1rnltrTm tr the tinlrtn Aar
l tn Str lifter.
Hie enuTnerarton of the pormlMlow of
the Union will be compared m sum m
the cewsws of the Fifth Virginia aM
the Jlrst Mltsoorl dWtttet art
fmnwtwl. The delay In the fifth. Vlt
g1M fBstrfrt wan eawsert hj a rWowt
pf the cftv of Wlneheeter. The recownt
s made necessary by mission In the
first count.
The flrst Intlmatrori of errors tn the
enumeration that the Cenans llnrtan re
ceived wae from a deputation of eltlfens
from Winchester, who visited the Uen
siis Bnrean In the early part of October.
1 his committee stated that an enumera
tion of the population hail been m le
by order of the City Council, and on
comparison with the enumeration of
the Censns Office was found to exceed
It by about 200. They complained
that one of the two enumerators
appointed by the Government was a new
comer to the city and not familiar with
Its streets and people. Ills district c m
talned a large negro population, and It
was among these that the omlwlons oc
curred. The count of the other enu
merator was found to lie substantially
the same as tlmt of the City Council.
The census officials, taklnr these facts
Into consideration, decided that the-
easiest way out oi lueutmcuity was to
order a recount In Winchester, The
re-cnumcratlon was completed last Sat
urday nnd will be made public to
morrow. The delay In the First Sllssourl
district Is caused by n comparison of
the census of St. Louis taken by the
city officials with that taken by tho
Government. Tho population of this
district will bo given out with that of
the Fifth Virginia, and will complete
the census of the United States.
MAJOR MOORE'S RECOMMENDATIONS.
lie linn Snmn Kxcellent riam for the
Uooil at the City.
The annual report of Major Sloorc Is
nearly completed, and contains many
interesting features. Among the im
portant matters which will be considered
Is the abolishment of tho clause which
forbids the appointment of any but hon
orably discharged soldiers nnd sailors tn
positions on the police force. An Ino
brlato asylum will be recommended by
the report, nnd n reform suggested In
the treatment of Insane prisoners.
The magistrate-system of trying pris
oners will also be urged by Slajor Moore.
Ho mokes provision for flvo justices,
who could hold court twlco a day on
week dnys and once on Sunday. Tho
Police Court, ho suggests, should be
used as an nppollata court.
The question of licenses for public
buildings will also be considered in tho
report. It Is the purpose of tho Major
to have the cab drivers put under police
supervision.
A considerable portion of the report
will be devoted to the advocation of
the bill now pending In Congress, pro
vidicg that no houses shall lie erected
In alleys less than forty feet wide. Tuls
city contains i)17 alleys, with a total
population of about 90,000 poriong.
The houses built in these nlleys are
iinially small tenements, and in somo
cases entire families are found living In
a'slncle room. It Is the Intention of
the Slajor to show the large number of
arrests mado among people who live In
alleys, and the great necessity for an
Increased patrol system In order to keep
a constant watch on them.
UlrmlliUK uf 1'rotectlnn.
fnm (At IXtoUtilU CourUr-Jouriml.
Now that somo grades of pearl but
tons have advanced -100 per cent, undor
the stimulus of the new tariff, the
advantage of having foreigners pay our
Custom llouse taxes will be appreciated
hj the people of this country.
1IU WuJul Mull,
Prefix Lift.
Parrott Algy. my boy, why have
you such an air of dejection and weari
ness? Baboony Aw , haw it'a good
fswm, ye know!
la a llaalneu TVy,
Frm MwutH't WtMv,
Applicant Is this a suitable occupa
tion for a young woman?
Druggist Yea; but of course you'll
have to be winked at.
Appropriate.
rtem lAt ,nt rrf fcfoU.
"Where do good humorists go when
they die?"
"Don't know Chestnut Hill Ceme
tery, perhaps."
Ilia Young Ituacal.
Fhh Hi Xttt rrk Nria.
Johnny Ethel and her best fellow
have just fallen out.
Stamma Dear me!
Johnny Yes. They have fallen out
of the hammock.
The Dear (ilrla
Fim Uu .V.w reft MuaU
Ethel Have you ever notieed that
here Is something depressing in the
daikneas?
Maud No; but I have often noticed
scwetblng pressing.
lluw it win Look u folks Afir.
yum U LouueiU twrfar Journal
In looking at our census figures for
eigners will come to the eonelustoa that
the red Indians have killed off many
pale-faces tiaee 1S66.
Alan-left.
FALV BE-MISHA LL -Octuber M. tL bff
Kv rr J Jane. Wunam W. rVlaMruTibU
y toKatfrlzora ItaakaU.iianghterut V
1. taahau ut EwuuV.r0, X. C.
ru KBneon-OTie -o Ocsekar sr, Wei,
bi Bev David Kuat U &Wur Pariefa. -ana
W OkturauaaaaAaafi raVtt&aUul Wasa
tlKfiOBi
yi'afBY - COeOBOVa - Br the SVv
Fatber KaUe, ai H Xlujiiu (Vuea. Ttm
day. ( ctwi wr . le0, Joaepjk I- Murohy to
Man C toeatovB, botaol wnitaglnn, A. C.
fiJUn.
Hill -Oa iloaday, Ottober i.. 1SW, X
S.iS o'clock a m . 3tn Mary a, muther ot
the tu FtOeUck O UaiL
Funeral nam the reaMenee of her m in
law, Thosaa B. Uevbt. K KTi. tieet aorta
eat,on Tbuitaar, CkiuBsr , at tVetock p.
m rrienftii an4 zelalittts reavectrnlif in
Ut:d to attend
VI KBK -At Mi u Tueadaf , autoker
. wit, Xobert Tgosabe tjuaea, ton of the late
JohnB a4 Maraanrt aeen, asad asieat
Vuaeral tarn afTPeSer' Church at Jp m.
Taandjur ixtobaiao.
TTBKfaL-DenarWd tbi Ufa) oe itouday.
October IT tea. t s.w o'cloek, Ucsie Tur
iMsr. daejebter ol lncioda Uiititilai
wcoo-on Mutday, October St. law, Ki:4
betnVoud
auaui to 4Maadrta cvuat j. Va uo tbo k'alU
e'boji-b road. General V- Laltuo Bairiwin,
Thnrsilfty tnterssentat artiaaMnt-
BeJjaW-AtaidaaaeuWyiit
law, Oeone Soraens. W p Yur -iue.iUeietb
toaUol Qfiw Matilda
hniett, widow id tie iaMSftm Jaxett
ae it year
aWlkc ui funccai htiraaft.et. - It
aTUk.U OK 3kMU.
QVHUBK-OJi TBf AmUUHKOi OF TUB
p Uts, a ji-Uow Manaeiler BeWr a.'or,
to IM MUOe o Mea, bad OB I tuLUr u e
witb aanii! -! ua iuul ttuj utbttr jiI be -A
liberal ; J will b a:Uulur an '
maxkio tbM way lead u Ua.- rotiixert
doe and ttu , ri'j. utloo of lUc b ' ''
Sl'sHUM, kI Uia CuU, a. -atik
Lii i j ju t
WR9 IS THIS WOMAN?
rnnrt rrnTlic I the tst tv
t'nrtntirtlj Ismihi,
Yesterday aften on about i o'clock a
fMittel-spnearlng and eti-treasd
hlTe woman ras 'outid ati!Hg
abrmt near Klcventh f- -M wd .Mms
chnwtis averme ?1 rill not twrn
to hwnw what sh wan rrotrif . nd the
offlcrr took hr to the Second Prwlnct
station and tnrnert hrr over to the
lieutenant Lster she was taken to the
Fifth Prwluct and plftcor! In chart of
the matron This morirlnt Drs. McKIm
and Strleklrr etamlnerf the woman
and pronniwml her Insane. She pos
Itively declined to give her name, and
no papers were found In her possesion
by which she conhl be Identified.
There i something mysterious about
the woman and the officer are putting
forth their utmost efforts to cler it up
The woman Is described as belne from
21 to 2 years of age, five feet six Inches
In height, dark complexion, wlthadrab
dress trimmed with blue velvet, close
fitting blue cloth coat, blue hat
trimmed with bine velvet ami a
bird upon the side, lltr clothing
wae all of the bpt material
and the officers are convinced that she
belongs to ome respectable home. As
no inquiries have been mode at head
quarters in regard to a missing woman
the lmpreslon seems to prevalltbat she
is a stranger in the city.
srpciAii .Mmei.
THE SAMS HOniSrOW'ER ftilt
ONE-TENTH THE CDAt
wortKia at BiKwixrStD. c.
octSlm
PA CAItl).
Jtlt. JOHN KVAN,
CWTIBH,
tmltes the drwjiientlemen toeill at
KEEN'S.
tltNlntli trcet,anJ place their onler
for a firnt clftn carment. nalS-lm
KJWTEET ItnUBVEt). Dlt. WIltTB,
CHIltOfODIST,
1416 Penna. aro., oprxwtto Wlllant'n ttotet
Tliouml8 f rcitn far and near visit Dr. White's
ctaMlf liiBpnt for relict from ami aroklAnen
of corn, bunion, c!lMel nails ami all
i thrr foot trouble? llonrs, 8 a. ra. to 6 n, to.
fctiiilay.9 lull. Cltlloo fee, SI per tWt for
put tlee tbe feet tn rood order, rtatablhthed,
1WK
f33r.TIIK SAFE DKrnsiT AND STORAOK
AMKItirAN PECUtltlY AND THUSr COM
PANY, 1110 ISth ST.N.W.
Abtolutelr Fireproof.
Now ready for the ttorageof Furntliire.
riamw. t'llverware, llcturec. Mirrors, Tnmks,
Carriage, and all "'table artloUw. Tank
Injt, MuTlns and HbtpplDR by exprrta. Onlers
by mall or telepltone promptly attended to
Call and examine building. Uerdios pass
door. Telephone No 4S8.
ALUKltT M. ItK VD.
seSS.lm) (Jeaeral Miniger.
'W3 Mrs. McCaffery Is the only hat and
bonnet fraaae raanufaeturer la tbe city. Call
and ee her new shapes, llleacbliii: and
prrMtne htraw and felt bats altered to the
latest atylta. Orders proieptly attended to.
1O0S O street n w
tar
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
OrrlCB OT TH
C0U.SCT04 or Taxiw, U. c,
October 0. 1S00.
rnrsuant to the proviotoBSot theaotap
proTed October 1. 1, all arreareirea of Gen
eral taxes prior to July 1. 1, and asumn
meata for ipeelal lui.roTeineiits,lBOluJlni;
the laylae of water mains, now doe to. and
the lies for which are held by tbe Dtstrlet of
Columbia, may be paid ustll OCTOllElt 31,
1MO, with S per centum Interest la lieu of tbe
rate and peoalllea now fixed by law, aad all
accrued uoH
e. o. m vis,
oce,3t i ollector of Taxes. O. C.
fj. WILLIAM LEE "
(esecaesor to Heary Lee's Sons),
UNDERTAKER.
M PA. AVE. N. W.,
Soath BUe.
Branch OBee. 4W Marvlaad aye, a. w.
fclgDX. J. R. BERRY. D. U.S.,
a--17 AisUtaat OeaMostrator or the Ual
varsity of Maryland, has estabhWaed at WW
Fifteenth street aortbneat, aad solicits p
troaage. Uas, altroas oxide aad all aunt
tbetles admlclslared. oee-lm
KQf-WUY ,NOT HAVE YOUR SHIRTS
ZJ maila by ose of tbe most eelebrated
ostters In Amerleat Prteee saaw as those
third-rate onttert ebarge, P. T. OALL, 908 P
ItBW.
FOll HUNT unci SIS.
F
UK KENT-2 FURNISHED ROOMS. Board
If desired, near Cesstu and PaiisloB
Oiic'ts, bo children, favorable term for i ur
Saeatleiwi.rtfeTeaces seagstaw gait
l?OR HBNT-A riKMsHKD ROOM. Front
J1 2d story, gas, brat kud bath, ooatanleat
to (iouim:Dt 1'riiiliu; aad CbU4 Odioae
iW 1st st u w '
rim siani ri.stsAsi ciinjs.ins
COH.1UUI1 icatluff rooBia. batb room, beat
adltgbt;IU IWtiMhstaw U
JTOK BRUT-CHEAP- ROOH,P F. OOR.
X iufBisaed, parlor aad bodrtwa, bth
teas aoor referwices lsv Yave sa-St
F
KES.T-1 LARGE SOOTB FROilT V
IsbsMl ruoas. MUKit. st
F
KUm. JIMi-WII l WW rl-LAWJl,
tal I sr ftirniaubl rcuund alaatla sl uu
...- isHHiMssns b'iimbh, eaiaBaaar rm w
iiuu; w. ith good table board; ratataace s
cbaaacd. itat
F2.
RKsif-FUHKlfcHBD PROMT ROOM
on Sd door, fulfill aouth. rant S 14. In
chuUacaaataad liaat. prlate family, pbia
aat kaiatfaMi UM ( t w. SeSt
lOBKBMT-S 3D aTOMY UOMMI'SIJAT
V lav fooja, f uxautad or uaittraUad. Me
nth
mm.
3t
ITOR RRyT-irKTOBlfialiBO CttMMl'Sl
I1 cattail tuuoia, 3d and Id doors Urc
aluMsta, aaat tout aad batb, south trust. WIT
lataw it
F.
R RJMtt- Fl RKUUBO - OMMl KI
eataac urlor. eas M aude iato oarlor
and badrouaa. ctntmlly looted Si.' otb a w
T7HM1 RRalT-WS S I V E, t BACK ROOM;
X 1 oa Sd aad 1 oa Sd toor. cbaap-
ic-st
TOMSRVT-ii OS S PUUbAJW USiFCR
X' nlsSad ad story rooms, aoataara exuo-
Uaht'famM;aeflit.'tt!Bt taoderalst 1MB a a
tK KKsT-HOUSW
F
DHff' UMtTRsi'ltMBP
HW Mst aw, lira.
jus Mass m. w r ssata.
isabjf ax-Ur
MW M at w, is h
Bptsf K.n
ism wet a w. h w.
ins Oat a w. ti ra
lTlflditBW.il n
iroSQatBW, U a
cotcogau st, 11 u
)7ii4 Coicuraa t, 11 r
ia0atsw.u
lKfiMitW.M. . .
fiJaSfeSfan"
Katv.tta
4S4d st s,Un
la t'bum St. 9 r
vmmSw.mmi m
i-.-a Florida ut7s i
lat at s w. r. ... .
Ttbaad IrVOMtvy at. huu.. Jb,
The llsas hnna, a&A 1 , sssnlnan
yt noai our 1 Jinii i,n!s
j rinw
isnru
IfOU It NT rifi) BKND SiB' MX
F riMj trunw hi uaco i'h J lry u.
t' U4r hurihta ill jal .li.i
I .4.' L . ,t A ii UNL . U
::
Httt
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18
.:::.. mm
74
if
SB
3
ajpat-
0 .
D W
At rtlO tLKft
rm
ti
iter of cntrHWA.
By Tlrtws of a derrt f trust datd Way 31,
A. ft 1S, and rtnly renweed In lit ?
iw.folto KS,etei one of the land M.-ords
of tt TWtrt of eolntnMa, and at there
qitrst fT the psMr eeirrel thereby l'l
sell at pobllc anrtlon ln froai of ttnspretn
ie. on wiosBsDAY , rnn nrin ) iat
or WnviSBUTt, A I in, at half tst f mr
o'clwp p. m.. the foltowln desfHhwl ro at
estate finc in the cennty of washiat ton,
Wtrletof CotomMa.to'wn Ban half of lot
Vo !x lnb)oelto wven O If Rtird
t nlverslty stitidtvlMna of Mnlth Pi.rm.
callrd Jfllripham," fmntlnt twptitv flei
feet on nnmer street, by a depth of om-hnn
dred and fifty (if) feet, fo alley improved
by a romfottbic frame dwellie
j -crrnn ,n aio All vwpn.w r n-. i, ',,,- ,,i,i,
dred (lot) dollars nrast he paid t tlmeo'
sale. Alli-onTerenrttteandrpporlinrst pnr
thaser'scost Ternwor sle tobpi-nmpilwl
with In ten ,1 dars from day of , othr-r
wt1, rlftht issetted to resell at rlh and mt
of deranlttnc pnrehaser after tv oi dar'
sdTeMiniit-f stw resale in some news
paper published in Washlneton, n (
.IB .10HNS05,
A s CVTWHOO.
Tru'tees
VTALTBR B WtLWAwSAcr. ,
ocSS.dAds AiK-tloneers
I'rtOI'OeAI,.
QBAt,Kririrti,AMwit.t,BB Bscstran
n "t tbe ofllee of the Cnstodlan of the 0.8.
l ii'tntB Mms at Wnraetown, D C , twttl s
P m 50VRMRBH i, isvn, for all tin labor
and me'erlals reqnlred to make certain alter
atkttsftBd tepalrsat that bnlldtMt.ln (uorord
anee with the spef-lflenthm. BWnerstnnst
stute the nnmber of working days within
which they Will romplete the wtwk Bach
Viht nint be areompenled by n oertlflet
check for fifty ($60) dollars made payable to
the order of the Trensnrer of the United
Kates The right to rejr, t any or all bids Is
referred. Copies of the sperlflcaMon and
any Information may be had upon application
at this office C1IAKLBS DOIKJB, CnsbstUn
i.pM T. S9
VANrr.i)tir.t,r.
WANTED-A OIRf, TO DO SBCOtP
wotk and rdala sewlnr Call at IS 7 JS
st n w, between the honrs of 0 a m and 19 m:
rfejunmendatkms required SI' St
"irANTRD-A COIJHBI) WOMAN TO
t cook, wash and Iron la a private family.
good wages lo adest rvlng person, nsnst brln
written references. His II nyen w. y It
WANTBD- A RBSPHCTAtlt.E COLORBO
girl mnst be a first class cook: no wasn
Ingor Ironing, stay at night and hare refer
eBfc. lion rt n w nu
irANTKI)-A NKAT WltlTB Oltlb POU
I general honsework In a small private
family, no wnliIngor Ironlnc; mast stay at
night. $0S N Carolina are s e. ,"'
TANTKD-AN KNOtNEKIt TO tlfN A
mall stationary enirlno. Apply imme
dlntclT. Merry go-ltnnd,l nnd V sf s w It
TANTBD-A HBSI'KCTAIU,? WIIITB
I boy. BlHitlt 16 years of age to make him
elf ti'olul In stole and run errands. Amity
1 atSfSWhstnw. yt
rANTED-A WHITE WOMAN WITH
test city references to cook and assist
wliti waahlnu'. Apply between U and lpm
at Hoom 1. SOS nib st n w -St
rANTED-A WltiTK WOMAN TO COOK
and Rssltnltliwnshlng;must have gwxl
city references. Ut.7 Clmpln st n w aw St
fANTtI)-FIltSTCt-S8 WIIITB COOK,
with cckhI references Apply after S p
m.S(in.Masave Jfl-St
7 ANTED- WHITE UIHI, AS
V he'Rald and wsltress. Apply
ally or by letter to Mrs It. CATLIN, S
CHAM
person-
Soldiers'
Home
Tlt
AY
ANTED WOMAN TO CIMIK, WASH
ami iron. ' an at once, any u st n w.
rANTED-A HB8PRCT.MII.KOIHL FOR
plain conklae. nashlnir and IronlRR Ap
ply at WHWhst n w 87 it
-VANTKI)-A HRTBCTA!ILK WHITE
I umsn asgixxl plain nok. no washing,
g d wages; mint lutre reference" Apply
lflS Conn are 7Jt
A7ANTKD-A COLOKKI) YOUTH AS
porter; must iome well rcoomnended.
lvll llih lHe "tt
lATAMED-A MIDDLR-AORD SETTLED
1 womau to do genetal housework for two
In family; must be well recommended Apply
w nth st n w. side entrance wst
T ANTKD-A RRLIAHLE WOMAN TO IK)
cenetMl housework Apply l&M 13th st
u w, between I and o'clock atilt
TANTBD-A WHITE WOMAN TO COOK.
) t wash and Iron In a family of J, brine
references ami apply at I71B Wli st n w JS St
VANTEU-AIKHMAN 1HL FOR'agN
I eral Itoutework In a family of 3, one that
v, III anpreelate a kimkI Imme. refs.ences, stay
at night lilt q st n w. -3t
WANTED-A WHITE (1IKL FOR IKN
era! housework; a good home for prober
person, references required ISIS Mb st n w.
- 7-AKTED-AW HIT K WOMAN TO COOK.
Iron and do tbe work of a small family;
raustgo home nights and bring city refer
esces. HI Mh t n a t-St
xVANTr.l) i mTtlATlOffi.
"'ANTED-BYA NBATCOLOREDCIIRL,
1 1 a 1 lace la a private family to do general
hoaeWi'rk, no washing, mutthstnw.
AA
J 1NTED-BY 9 RR8PECTABLB Woatea,
laces as nrsi swss cooks isbu . J ave
MM
AV
TANTED-BY A RB8PKCTABLR COL'D
1 girl, a situation as nlaln cook or ebam
1 erroaltl . Kood refereaee. Call or address IM
L st a w. JMt
WASTBD-BY RESl'KCrABLE COL'D
woman, asituatioaasoook orcbaaiber
maid, with elty refereat-e Apply to 7
Cuamplata ase a w. JS-3t
AV
ANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE COL'D
1 girl, a slluatkw at idsla eookorcham
berasald; good reference. laaLstaw. Stat
"WANTED-BY A SETTLBD WHITS
widow O 1 MM), employment la a waall
family Address s Ridge st. jSVSt
AY
TA5iTRD-BY AN EXPERIENCED
1 vasber waaB. wasblau to do at hoase.
(iimhItj uresees (all raddrese Ills Ltaaers
Court'l w. between Wli aad ta. Land M
AV
7AATRD-RY A RRLIABLR COU)KRD
I wobuw work to do ost br the day or
was bj to do at boBM Address I7S4 K st
VANTKI)IVIISOKI.I..NHOt!S.
A FEW DBblRABLE ROOMa. WITH
ataaai Fowr, good elevator sarviee aad Irst
claas jaaltetsb'p, ts the FOsrT BUILDING,
for feat at low rates to arat-eJaa taaaati.
Apply to STtLaON HUTCHIMb. 4g Fst
Raildlag. or FRAXK MA&U1RK. aprta-
LOeT AND FOUNI1.
1 OssT A FtLLtiROWX T BERNARD
I j dug, wearbsg Bkkel collar taitable re
ward If left at I7SS S st n w It
OOV&TKY KK.lt. BSTVTIS.
T?OR SALE ABOUT 17 ACRg ON SD t
X a extended, oa the Una of the Rtdctug
toa aad Suidfers' Hume Railway, being a aart
ot taa astBte of the lata Cbia! JaaUoa Chaaa,
aow called ' Edgewood," a good owortvcoltr
lor Unestors. Fur particulars, ansa, ate ,
ittoalr of CHAPIN RBOWK. & M st a w.s
FUK SAI-K linUSRai.
po
aALR-IM AUEXANDRIA. S ROOM
rraaja aoaaa, aat aauaing. ayuraaiut
yard, lot ttxll&, snag home, price, JeflO Ap
Sj to ROsULBT J THOMAS, Room Mo A ftt
Mtast
nvRaAUt-TH
MSI OF TBE tatXAFW
'asWttgtoa, Wa. MR aad IM
Ltunr and baaaaxaat. bluWB-
hi W:
UtiaiiK tvso-atury
-ftj ingaiBfi' 7 nkoaxs aaa sua: aj
batbi aadMsTprWlpMss' rnvSTtba
aalaao to wis or trade tor uoodlott.
MUsY IO I4IAN.
Mj2
OKCY SO LOAM OK REAL BVrATS UR
Biw class lecunuas m ua rates uf
o vmQJ waara aaearttg m gjtax.
era sacurUx to gvM
HItiT TO LOAM ot( UtAMJ WbVURlTY .
TO LOAM OK RL Ef AI VUITY,
AT i AXB S W CfMT.
MM. FlIUs.
ts4r ss
u
OMV TO LOAM
Is gskms to ault
awns eanannjiaw s eaqnw
en; Appro
mbmi
aacurlti
Slii.
m
COMSala10Ma.Jk Os OMStMl.
I b l MDY CUM R OF DRSOtf FOR ALL
j. iuia aud Terr ui .. tlS Li. ate. 0BS.
WaiSHneTON wi
tjirrstv ji.vyj PAttrjtn' itk.
m ire.
r.FO RTNfcAL, ,Tn lis 7th st n .
FRED A sit RMIpT. W itb
nMStr,!!Lffcse."!Tht n w.
M1ASABAS. RilLLY A tt, 1)11 Pa S .;
1?oLS1f t n
B Rwmft trthst
- - .fifjFffStl f &J fc
A ylM3tlA.WSt
iirrJnvr-ftv
m f KVcm tH, cnr. stn and tts.
at it 1 a. avat
irufs BrsiashBjtw sh and t sts , fr. .
C PALSftW, 1flDH.
j Sykt OtAJs. lsis R Y arc
LEW SRWl BYRF. W h and Pa ate
I R
JcHNEtDRR
tittrrt t Kt,
TBEABLtSWTQSI BoT CO . rth and K nw.
II Ihl Its Attr tt Tlr fll.VBJM.
3 H. RBIMSoRR tnij !h st 8 W.
JnTEfSI.l.SjE rp .
ittmn. itti:tK isli imn?.
t A F OYSTER, PA ave and h st.
itf if 11 1: its.
A LOEFFLER, S4 Centre St J. UtKTty,
aad 7S0 0 Street Market
T. T KBiSH to SI Centre Martet.
.1 R BUficnfR. 8 to Ml Centre Market
FDW. BROOKfj 881 SS Centre Market.
OTTO v Rt PPRRT 91 n centre Market
A 3 RILt. SS7 W tvntre Msrket
it iv ivr.ni.
OEO 9.ATWATRR A CO. 1H4 1WPa.ara.
itoori, .simns tMntrnnumt.
.1 It MORAN.WSSthst
A, I.. HAELBTON. 8 7thst
M. KTRICRLAND, tW r. ve
OBO. W HH H, 717 Market Space.
HOW El L A Mt'HRAT. MSUth t n. W.
JOHN C M ILLRB jr . SIS Jth st n. W.
U Itfll.RBVNfl.snirthat n w.
.1 Itooi., One Trice fr-ho Iton,77th at.
ATIONA I, HOTEL 8H0B STORK, m Pa.V.
11 WALKHKTtJCKHR. 1B Pa are.
JOS A. HHPETTI 117 Pa are s e.
II IMi ;..
HIOOS A CO . Pa are and ltth at.
I EWIS JOHNSON At o.ioth and Pa ar
tOH'-OSd MACAHTNRY. lllBFst.
I1ATEMAN CO , 1111 F st n W.
W M MAYHR A CO , MS Oth st
UOOPHACO.tlWFst n W
LEW IS n 1 EWK8IUI1Y A ( ) . 113S F
it I K.V
CENTRAL NAT DANK, cor 7th St. and Pa,
avr
CITIZENS' NT HANK. SIS lMh st.
NAT. METKIPOLITAN IIANK.SIS IMh St,
SECOND ATIONAUWB7fhst n. w,
COI U.MUIA NATIONAU ll P st. a w.
MAT HANK HKPUI1LIC. 7th and D sU.
FARMERS' A MKCH.'SNAT .cor.MandSWh.
litmiisin.r.r its a a .sta mix tint
WM. IIALLANTVNK A WINS, 41 7th St.
A. K WILLIAMS, lvHl?lh st. n w.
W. II. M01tIIION. 1M r St.
( HAPMAN A TAYLOR, lis Pa. ave- nw
t A 1. 1 1 (III SI I II V KS A Sit lilt I V
TOKAI.ONWINKCO .Slltlthst.
r utm:r vtntnrt nut
M. C. WIIBLAN.lOtirst.
vATi:iti:it.
F.FREt'ND, Ttrn Whst n w
vr.oriitKitK.
ICTOHRAnLBR,s77ihMW,oor.Mas av.
M KAUFMAN. ctrnr Mb and 1 sts. e.
I. 1IAMIH liOKKASoNf.wiPaare.
NEWYOhKONRPHICKCLOTHINOHOUSR,
311 71), ftt n w
OOLHKN KAdLK CI.OTIIINO t 0 , Hit Pa.
are s e
vAititt k;;s.
AM1RRW J. JOCE' M)N. WaramtjflH.
lMHSOConM aTe;Factry,41tllthHW.
W F. UKYKH.-MftVa ave. Also aarnass.
110KI-S AND CARHIAOR BAZAR. 8SMS La.
McDEUMtnTA BHO.,3! Pa.ave.R. W.
S J MKKKSi, No 61 O st n w
vn.svj.'t ruts 1. its tsitv iv;i.
J. nsBLL.Ha N Y, are
T.JARVIM. -MSStbat.
IIINKEAIiriHI. 5B)tb.t.
CHAS F. FLBIeCHMANN,lll01'4.ae
i i 1 i:s.
TKMPLBn(rTBL.IMht,nu V 8 PaLOMM.
THh NEW KN()lNIiaKK.W(hst.
KLKh' D1NINO rIOOMfi.SBO l'a.ave.
(t)Af'BCn.M,7M.
HVYLER'H, 1HM Pa ave.
FIKLDINOACa, KPa are.
r.iLi.'ji, nasi vt.
MIEETZACO icr WbaadFsts a w.
HRRtiNAHAN A CO ,410 7th st. a w.
Y NEWTON. lTSa-41 Pa ave. n. w.
XMMERT8, t7tbst n. w.
c o.vj'Kf nosr:it n jkii.iiaai.k.
M. BRILL. 417 Sta st
R. U.K. DEUHRINO.su lltbst.
iti.voit 1 row.
HENRY F REH. 3S0 Uth nw.
HKY UtHHI.i
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