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Till! DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 7, 1800.
h TRAYEL TALKS "tflfi RITIK OF IXHT SOULS"-A MAftCTl WTO OW.tVKW. THWG STWT Ot A StM Of PMK AMffefct Oirls in Puis and Um dnvrs That fanui Tim PAfE OF MAKARfS BlAUTlFDL M0D1L. fki VMly "DUta" Befgiaf in fee Sttteie H fan"-5Wi MWdt- Obis Tiftf"-A DnmiKt'j Ditfte Over three centmles backward, ami befftre the Imiutsltlve De Soto liatl lighted his camp Are on the banks of the 3ItlslppI, the Spanlanls had achieved two settlements In this land of the Occident Benin Fe and St. Au gustine, says a writer In tho Kansas City Star. They had no knowledge of tho country which lay between those two points or Its Inhabitants. As to what might bo tho dangers and dead falls of a journey from ono place to another thoy wetc as blindly ignorant as of tho history of tho moon. Hut this Ignorance affected them not, and fall of tho uneasy spirit of tho hour a mili tary party In Santa l?c resolved on an Overland expedition to St. Augustine. They know tho distance, for they could tig tiro the latitudo and longitude, and they could eft tho direction of the com pas; but this was tho sum of their knowledcc. Tho expedition, numbering some hundreds of men, left Santa Fo late la tho summer, and, crossing the moun tains nt ltaton pass, tho present route of the Santa Fe lUllroad, thoy camped that winter on tbo present site of Trinidad. Tho Brass was long In tho valley, the game was plenty on tho hills, their own stores were amplo, and, sending back to Santa Fo for minstrel and dec maidens, those gentlemen of the sword got in as gay a season as they ever have since. Thoso old dons were lads of spirit, and possessed high hearts, as well as taste, for travel. Ucforo them to tho eastward, as far as tho cyo could swcop, spread tho desert unoon lined. What was to bo met (hero they knew not, but their lack of knowledge was coincident with nn equal lack of caro. "With tho melting of tho snows Id tho spring sunshine their women nnd camp followers returned to Santa Fo. Tim last hand was waved goodby, the last mllon were uttered and the explorers turned their resolute faces to the work In luiml. They marched down tho val-li-y of tho llttlu muddy river, which flows as you mail this through the town of Trinidad. Tlu ones who were to n turn to Santa Fo watched thorn for miles, awlsted'by tbo light of the sun on steel oa p and harness. At last they wore hidden In the willows far down the v.xl ley, nnd this was the last that was over known of them, With the last llap of tbo last tanner It was as If they bad marched out of existence, and whether thoy sunk In livers, perished in the drifting mows, or were done to death by TndTans was never told. No sign or trace of this rxpedltlon or Its people was over found. Thoro was something so cerio and mys terious In tho complete disappearance of this band, something so dark In the silence of their fate, that tho supersti tious Spaniard, made the sign of the holy cross when he recalled it. With that effort at commemoration which was the spirit of that time the little muddy torrent In whose valley the lost explorers last were seen was called Ft lUo do Los Animas "The IHverof Lost Souls." This was tho Spanish name when Souhtelte. Chouteau, lletit. Carson, St. Vraln nnd other representatives of the French Fur Company of St, Louis flrst saw It. Knowing no'thing of the story and agisted only by their inferences drawn from the name, these translated the appellation Into Purgatoire. When tho Jocund bull-whacker of tho over land trait got to it in his free and easy French he called It "the Pieketwtre.'1 Every brand It ever had still sticks, and today you will find the little va grant of a stream pursuing its glistening mission to tho sea. . During the visit of Major Reginald K. Tracy of the Cape Mounted little Vol unteers, Cape of flood Hope, to Mrs. II. Byron Forttr of Sheldon stree'. Providence, there was told a story which reads like Action, says the Hart ford Krtuinj lut; The central feature of the tale U a Boston newspaper, whleh was found is the neshless hand of a .lektora la the heart of the wild of the Dark Continent. While traveling aerose the country, fuliy 1,000 miles from the c ast, the Major and bis paMy of natives wire attacked by a Urge holy of sav aits, and nearly all hie followers were slaughtered. Tie and the oilier sur vivors were taken to the enemy's eanw and kept without food six day. The captives, one by one, were brained, eut up and cooked by the savages to aatwiy the hunger of their brother captives. At tint they took the pieces and roasted them over a Are, devouring them with apparent relish, and their hunger was autMewhat appeased, when they rebelled against the unnatural food. feeing that the major would rather starve than eat human tleth, his captors provided him witk their food, which proved not altwether uu whoisouie. lie was taken further into the interior and brought before the chief, who ordered one of his ears to he cut oft, which was tferoctn to a doc lying at the chieftain's feet, the aaituai devouring the piece of flesh with great reiiah. After a week of coaj newest the major was spoliated water carrier, ami while making a trip to the stream he came across the skele ton of a human being in a deate wood, .liiing fragment of a Boston news paper Its pretence in that region re SMjucd 4 gseat mystery uaM after the iisitjffif had escaped, when he Warned that a Pt of whites several years before had son est an exploring expedition ana had sever returned. Mr. Tern Kati It so well known to the bi titer nl PVibjns of Ajhstislctl as a man of coMtm&tMt tmmisthi usd hnjblt says tike aMMPJHw flW-l aRV ea BW B e w ataHt YbM CMslfct hAm wish anstanthmal tniewtkwM in the fuUwig ruets from private fetter ftotn Varis, U which he touch uooa the wAwadnv cuaacd au&ttc of the "Awesicaa Girl Abroad." U says In the course at tfce Uiki refcraes) to 1 bad the Beiire of Vfyiing Mwe LaCirange. and oh' ho the ii-ty wheo we were yuua caoe fcttlk louic, 4UU vUluU of tur ' Norm uiid vtbtf operas iu wuii.li h' w-t fuouoiid tiUJle before my tuiui 1 l- Id bi hv htr UH-iuui) a.i iLi ?k'.d iu the l Mtul States by old opera flroer. fnd she MM : ! am so happy. Sf how I chetMi my American frfed," and tfthinc me by the hand, shts ied me !tito htr arm , sind poiming to a taNe on whtrh, In a snrwtti ess, a beantiftil tddon trrpftth of pure goWl itmid, sh said "See how I cherish htt Is left rtt of my dear American friends." Abwe tfcs crown she had drnprt the Srtrs and Stripes Sprtltln; of tne rfcl of Anwrican girls, site said "Tlw rtjtce of American iritis w snpetb trwy are qnick to learn, bnt few ont of the many who come here do nny thlng, becai.se they do not study, mit enter Into the guy life of the bonlevanl ami are lost." While on this theme, let me sk the American mothers and guardians why they allow their children their girls to rome to an Immoral Hshylon like Paris without protertlnn, without gnldnnct' Onr airla from America are, as a rule, pretty, vivaelons and full of the tkfc that attracts, and are rich bdt for the font and profligate, and only God know how many of them low the pntlty of womanhood that might be her crowning delight and glory. An American lady living here for a number of years told me: "1 have bad to cloe the doors of my mton against the Ainer ienn girl studying here. I have been so many times deceived. Oh, the pity and the shame of it! Has the manhood that once protected ami cared for the maiden fair, such as Tom Moore speaks of In his poem, fled from this world? Have the men become, indeed, 'brutish beasts?' "A dear little Italian girl to whom I was Introduced by the American lady mentioned above a girl who sung beautifully, spoke four languages, played the piano as only nn expert can told mo in Ibis lady's presence: 'I have talent. I have tried to get engagements, and failed. Why? llecause I would not become as, God help them! other poor eirls havo had to become In thts wicked city to get an engagement, to advance In their chosen profession.' " And yet American mothers send, un protected, their daughters hero to be come, perchance, what? I hoard Miss Fames In "Itomco and Juliet" of Gou nod, and, whllo she lacks warmth and passion, she has n beautiful voice, a most pleating jmrnonnel, and It Is much to hold her own In such a place ns tho Grand Onera-llouso of l'arts, where cabals nnd jealousy of nil foreigners Is the order of tho day. Miss Sybil San dcrcon, the California girl, sings this autumn at the Tbeatro do la Mounale, llrusfols, in "Ksclnrmondc" of Masse net, nnd Gounod's "Homeo and Juliet." I heard at tho Grand Opera "L'Afrl calne" Iat evening. It was most tupirbly placed on the stage In every detail, Tbo ship scene was n mnrvel. Tbo cast was excellent, but tbo baritone, llarbetan, was away a head and shoulders nbovo everyone eUe. I have never beard such a voice, nor such ox (pilsltely soul-satisfying singing. A drum in er set out ou bis trhi one Ur; Ills heart was light ami be felt ((Ulto gay. , he ttmuglit of tl'O orders, uioro lur;a than small, He expected to get from bit customers all. An experienced drummer, a veteran be, Veiling goods ttiro' the South from moun tain to sea, III Louse wastbe oldest, bis goods tbeliett, Ills friends ever ready to Invest. He bad tips sad he'd letter from every State; Sjome wrote they'd buy early, some satd they'd buy late: 1'or be was a ilrurotrnr of no little renown From Denver city, not Omaha town. The flrit plee be made he did very well, Tho' be didn't brag mutli he'd expected to sell; Ou this trip IaU spring mauy thouMnd he'd sold; That he'd beat It thts ywr be ftlt very IkU1. Hut alas ! at the next town a telugram came! HI spirits went down, be grew awrully tame t No mortal on the earth eould have felt more sore; 111 luck was now worse than ever before. How different now from the drummer just out, With hi samples euwplete aud hi heart o stout; The mImbuh who started with spirit so light Was sow, indeed, la the sorriest plight He looked at bis message and read It once more, Aud he read It fully forty limes o'er and o'er; Kaih time be read it be felt worse and worse, Hebarslyeouldftlgh-be was too weak to curse. With sever a word asd seareeh a look, Sadly be feldwl bU 1Mb eider heek; Homeward be turned with Us samples and vrfp; To see be was "rattled" you needed uo "tip." Now here was the cause of bis sorrow and woe, And this was the message that wounded birase-: This cut was the deepest, these wows mot nnktad: "Return samples at once your haue has assigned." He went out Hke a "tourist," be returued like a tramp, As a scout on the baek track sneaks back to we eamp; like a balf-dfewned rat or a boVtaued Js a drummer recalled Wj a "busted" house. CtviktH'j Ua.ttle. . One of the moat famous of modern pictures l Hans Makart's "Diana Hunt ing," and perhaps the meet striking figure in this animated grouping is that of a beautiful naiad in the foreground. When the picture was Bret exhibited this particular figure created a wonder ful sensation, and there was manifested a whlepread curiosity to hewn who stal as a model for the painter. The tradition has been that an Au Uian wtbkiimn. falling la love with that figure upon the canvas, nroaay-iiteil search for the beautiful original ami maitbd her. The truth about this has just come to light. A shirt time ago the model aerial f appeared in a Yknna fwrke court to answer to the charge of vagrancy. She kkl a remarkable story. Main famous by Uakart's masterpiece, she was nht in marriage by many, and ly wedded with a Vienna trades ma. an exceedingly weU to do man The poor fettow seem to stave bees infatuated by the girl's singular beauty, ami she, tattered out of her wlu by the compliment of the tows ad her sud denly acquired fame, exercised so evil a spell upon her spouse that, from a keen man of buainesa. bo betlinee susit into a ctHMMtbm f seuwious ajothiul ueu. sd, neglecting bis purausu. event ually became invoivrd U debt and pre sently died i nuvtriy For a cimahmrabU; peitud the widow Mtiwlsted upon that charity uf friends, but by uVgrt.es these wauuicea biCMte ex tuwtated. ism) ow ha br wM age the ostce fnuMJue beauty U boswelest), pcuui 1 and a vwiasu. Tracts uf pesaogsl beauty sliU M main ; hoc llgute atUl MursMf . and bcr beating is that ot rojalay. e repeated to court a UAUulser of wiere- At one lime she appealed for help to atirtaio lady who bl epreaed trial iiduiiraliua l-t Mii-ait'e Uijler Jliie ' i.U Uiuai IiuJ y a lie -a bftilii.1 ihla jIlu-l-U JlllU U I ij who have matle a prof- i nf going without nay." a A Sroteh Wfiraati, ft wltc nf mi. delphla mnrchsnt, relnrned fr.m her own hud -lth srmve vwy funny ,,& of the canity middle claw Caledonian, snys the ' 'Illnflr ated American . " Asa gltl the nearness charnctvtlring them w nnnotrced, but aftetHtlng on this sMe, she snys, AmerrCalT llrjerallty in money matters conrrastg twy strikingly with Scotch tkrlft. Her im mitin after getting home wm rm the invlta lion of a voting man, a eoweln, ho wa ctvfl enongh to (uk net fo a county nower snow. As his father' enrttture wne tned In transporting them to the show no o.ues Hob of who was to pay arose nntll they reached the entrance. Here, the lady, accustomed to having her escort mafce arrangements, stood garlng idly about, giving the matter no further thought. Picture her rndo awakening to national customs when Conrln llooin gave her elbow a gentle nudge, and In the most matter of fact way advised bet of the rum necessary to purchase a ticket. "Just you step over there, Jennie, ami pay it to that man In the plaid." It was not altogether stinginess, she con tinued, for, once inside, Robin bought her a nosegay costing three times the price nf admission. HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Foinn Tliltic AVlitcli livery Iloune lirier Mill tie Cllml In Knoir, Spirits of turpentine will take greae or drops of point out of cloth. Apply it till tbo paint can be scraped off. Tar can easily be removal from cloth ing by immediately rubbing It well with clean lard nnd then washing out with warm water and soap. If soot be dropped upon the carpet, throw upon It an equal quantity of salt, and sweep nil tip together. There will be scarcely a trace ot soot left. Turpentine nnd block varnish Is the blacking used by hnrdwsra dealers for protecting stoves from rust. If put on properly It will last through the season. I'ut French chnlk or' msgneMa on silk or ribbon thnt has become greasy, and bold It near the fire. This will nbeorb tbo grease so it may bo brushed off Iron rust may bo removed from mar ble by taking one part of citric acid to twenty live parts of wntor. nnd applying It carefully to the spots, lllnsu oil with ammonia nnd wntor. To make good mucilage without using gum arable, tako two parts nf doxtrlno, 11 vu parts of wntor and ono part nf acetic scld. Dissolve by heating, and add ono part of alcohol. For solder, lako a mixture of two parts of tin to ono part of lead. For a soldering fluid, dissolve zinc in muriatic acid, then add a little sal-ammoniac, and dilute It with n llttlu water. To clean marble, mix whiting with common soap, till thick na pasto. spread it on the marble and loavolt for a couple of i1s)h. When tbo nailo Is cleaned olT the stnlns will also be removed. A carpet, especially a dark one, often looks dusty directly after sweeping Wring a sponcc almost tlry out of water, and wipe off the dust from the carpet. It will bilnthtin it (itilte effectively. This Is tbe way they clean and reno vate furs In Itti'sln. borne rya flour Is fmt Into n pan upon the stove and leated, stirring constantly with the hand, so long as tliu heat can bo borne. Then spread the flour all over tho fur, rubbing It In well: then brush It gently with a very clean brush, or beat It softly, till all the flour Is removed. It is claimed that this method will make the fur appear almost or quite like new. Good JluHHkttping, A FRAGILE CIHCAGO HAIDEH. Tliu Amount of t'riivrmlrr That She Will Uodmiuio In it Lifetime, from ( Chicago Trihmm, A cynical doctor, withal a man of won derful resources and quick nilad, Uvea on one of the avenues on the South Side. He was In his study a few nights avo when a young man came In and began questioning btin about his (the young man's) propriety of marrying. The young man foolishly raved over his sweetheart ami called her angelic and so on. He was afraid that Bbe was too fragllo for this world. Tbo old doctor grunted. "Fragile, eh?" he asked. "How fragile? Kver test her fragility? Let me give you some figures about her, and womankind in general, showing how fragile they are. Let us suppose that this piece of perfection Is in mod erately good health. She will live to be, say, 00 years old Women don't like to die any more than men do not so much for women never grow old, you know. Listen to me: She will eat oue pound of beef. mutton, or some other tlsh every day That's 345 poumkof meat In a vear. In sixty yenrsit's 21.900 pounds. How's that for fragile? She will eat as much breed ami as much vegetables per diem, ami there you have in sixty years 4.), feOu pouiuu of bread and meat. If she is not too aufelle she will drink dally no less than two quarts of eoffee, tea, wine or beer. Ami by the time she Is ready to have a monument he will have consumed 175 hogsheads of liquid. Fragile? "Now, youag man, these figures U not include the forty or fifty lambs i'tc will worry uowa with mint sauce. I dt rs tot lake into eoswideriitioa tU 3 CoO sprlnjg cldekwas, the Son pounds uf butter, the 50.000 eege and the four hogsheads of sugar she will coniume in sixty years. It doesn't take Into eonaideralioH her ice eseam, her oys ten, her clams and auch. All this im-gna about lorty five tons. Fragile 1 Think of your attntty in ronnswihm with these figures, and then rave over her being fragile! Young man. you areafooF goof!" Sttberleic Vv Hauler tt Alsar. it out c ( (toi ubttretr. X yountr man was arraigned in City Court this forenoon who was found sleeping beneath the altar of a church on Columbia street at an eey hour to day, lie said it was hi first vsfeoae With s friend he was natal mc along the ttitet. and thinks he moat have believed be bad reached hossm. lie tried tfcm cbusck door and it was slightly ajar lie went to and the self-acting luck dosed him to. IM friend finally re msusdmred whswe u msased btot and looked up tho sexton, who in turn ub tatoed a p-jfckema. am the feUow was found above- The young mag to)4 the iustgo bat cousd seuiesmWs ngjatosc of aUwns himself, bus km Wend bg3 tobi btot, ami the s'on aiisniaiesj thai doof was opt. Ho was dMsMpaV the TwKaios Vinos base won wois-o- sUT V WsinnjpspJBP ( Ff"ist s (WrwkiP ffiP" ffjfrffiipMiitsi Vikkwue Huw eJsy gou re, Y abois-y ' hsie sujutw bsvm besm sossst fcvtr .attWt c&sial mm to s OistlojU f'T 7 a wcvk, do you? t-A Pt fc. i uu ii u i i A CURIOUS LEGACY. ii we the . mttmn nf Maw ' seen nt wstesstMi, fvm ttif ft Lmt Wofa ftmoera', the State School Commtsswrnet rd Attorney General met at Atlanta, Ot., to consult about a peculiar case growl. ont of a Tn quest made years ago by oM Tdenman. Tne rtoty H Ifiter- sting otre. V? hen Savannah was a tttf small city, not roust nfbsr 180u, AreM bald McLeafl, a mttltfli 9rotchnM, lftjtl there and prospered in bnslweM. ln family In Scotland were strWBf atntl Mavery sympnthirers, bttt this Mclean had a larae plantation in Chatham ami owned a considerable miinoer oi siavo. Thf otate was known a Gonrle. John McLean, a brother of Archibald Mc Lean, who lived In Scotland, was a strong antl slavetr man. Archibald Mc Lean died In Georgia, nod hi on and hilr died, leaving to John McLan In Scotland a certain Interest in the estate In rhaihnm County. Then John McLean maths his will and deed in Glasgow in July, l9ft. At the time the will was made there was a law suit altoul McLean' estate In Georgia, and the exact amount of the brother's Interest was not known, but the will directed that one-half of John McLean's Intirest, whatever that might be, should lie applied to the education of the slaves upon the estate of Gonrle or to tbelr offsprings so soon as the laws of Georgia should permit the education of the negro or stave population. As trustees of the estate the out Scotchman named four prominent merchants of Savannah. They each ami all declined to accept the trust, under the around that, as the law of Georgia prohibited the education of slaves, the purpose nf the Irgacy was unlawful. The contin gency, the coming of a time when the law would allow the education of the negro population In that Slate, was deemed the silly dream of an old Scotch fanatic, so the four gentlemen of Georgia washed their hands of the whole matter. The amount of the half interest thus set apart was 355 pounds, 14 shillings, tt pence. Learntng that the money could not be applied In Georgia, the heirs claimed It. That was too suug a sum to He rusting in a bank, nnd Scotch nature Is human nature. They employed learned counsel nnd claimed the money. The decision of tbo highest tribunal In Kdlnburgh was against tbo heirs. The court decided that the money should be tiuld to tho bank of Scotland, there to bo held until the law of Georgia author ized the education of the negro or slavo population. On the back of the bank's receipt for the deposit Is thts writing: "Memorandum for Mr. Lloyd Garri son, that It may be recorded by tho American anti-slavery societies In tho United States of America, so that when circumstances change the money may be applied agreeable to the will of the testator. There may be persons Iu the antl slavery Interests who may look alter the application of the money for the purpose designed In the will. John Murray, Mercury steamer, 'JS July, inn).'' it might be stated just here that after the slaves were really freed the matter was first brought to tho attention of the Georgia authorities through a son or Lloyd Garrison. Ills attention had Ik en called to it by a memorandum mnrkid "Important" among bis father' papers. So that. In a fashion, Lloyd Garrison became trustee to the fund. Now the Ilank of Scotland Is Anxious to pay over the money to whomover Is aulhorlml to accept It, a letter to that effect having been received by School Commissioner Hook; but the neeroea formerly on the Gonrle plantation are scattered or dead, ami there I no way of (hiding out their heirs. Tbo money has been bearing Interest since 1830. and the School Commissioner is anxious to get bold of It to apply It to the edu cation of negroes generally. He ami the Attorney-General are endeavoilngto devise some plan by which this can be done. TIih lUllet (llrl'e Lee. .W' York Lilltr to PMUbaig Pitu. One of the managerial tests of fitness for tight fame Is that with the feet touching together the limbs also shall touch the entire length. Althougl many beautiful amateur ones do no conform to this standard, it seems to b considered an essential of the profes slonal. This does not Include the ballet dancer who enters the athletic lists aud forfeits by excessive gym nastics all claims to feminine beauty through the Sullivan pudginess of mus cular "development. Ankles must be round, not flat, ami must commence to enlarge Immediately, so that they rest full in a tightly buttoned boot. There js nothing more "homely" than a lap ping or looe boot-top around an angular ankle. Yet this Is a too frequent fern inlne imperfection , and, strange to say. often exists In conjunction with a finely developed calf. As a rule women who have excejttlonally small feet have ugly limbs. The hnee should sink btck w Itboul the suggestion of prof union, and should have a dimple on each side the knee cap. The garter, of course, doe away with these beauty feature. There be Mme and all who claim to be such connoisseurs of the human form de feminine, that they can judge of the feneral limb contour by the wrist, but quest visits to the Turkish bath have proved to me that the claim U ua ftumied. As a rule, however, the arm illustrates. Fur the best California Sherry go to tun To-Kalou Wine Company, tilt Fourteenth street. in - .1 rblUdelOlB UouirreeeMaaArauMMi. rnm UU HtiaMtMa Mteord. An up-town minister, to got even with a sleepy eongiegeiini, sang out to loud voice "Wake up here; there is a man standing before you with halt a shirt on bis back." Ibe sleepers awakened, ami the sis ters of the congregation pseaersted him later on with a down span now shirts. He then tipUtoed that he was really not to need of the skirts lie had a whole shirt on when be made the an uoosvot'snen, but hjf was on bis back and half ost bw frosrf. AU present tmikd and enjoyed the joke, as they now sa it. a l'iOt uiwusiM C Cum U Usual atte Ur. Vtarce' Uolleu JsctkMl Dbcovery. bsu Uku tar wlu tain catarrh u the fciil, or (ur chrome tmticblal throat ur lung iibas, U taW la tune and given a fair trod. JtWry rttiu iud if U Juu'fcuri. JHsuri. Sa.Jvant' uiuj itolatSaf WebstJrTwth otWaWown.B,C. ,rrair II toteratent at t aariee UBsmsjr, M. i ATUkL4V-G fcux4a if, at 6 JO a n-. wi star. essher J. uu j b.iolU IM WHUTim wu Bocull Btauoae ItoVstal uvmv aer M S- r!teZmt,mimf ;e ' MMUUte.-Oc W.iluuiay. aWvcmb. lew, nt a i uj cvrgT Sumci. ar yir. JIAli N I I . Ar mLli l IwnuUl Ml k alittj Malau - " t . wld 3o Ktenrrl for Her rsettnf. Fro" i' Yoit l."hin . A TeJCfrs fsmlly ha a colored eervsfit, lro, wMle vcTy attentive to her dntle, Mt never tiom known to give any tuslt n dvll sowr r. Purely an ex jWTfflnent, thr- My of the hmite b night net a newr-i !!-. drc and gave It to hr, wrylng- "I am glad to hare thw pteasrire. Ma MMj. of clvlng you this dres." " Ter mom hat) had dat pleasure long ago ef yer had had mt regard fo' my feelings,' wss the gracious nrfty. SrKC!I. SOTIOMS. lK3irorn rop t-ou.EcftJitoPTAxin, s mfrlt of OolnmWe. WasWnston, D. c, Oetohr st, 1MB Tat payer ot the District will telto notice that the nivletlg oil hasrecelvnl tli ttnpttcate ot as"wTrot- f taetaxes foi tlir rear eettln June W. fit. airtt will be rcOT to reeetie rmyment of tift thrnmreTrom ami after the itru day of Si EMPBR. Was. one-half of I1 tax l itno S.)TBiber 1, IWO, the other half Jtav 1. )ii. on ,a amch of the first half nf Mid tsxtudne SovcmbST, 1000, a h(ill not ' be paM during saM nwmth, a petiattr "t two ( Brrent. will he edaea on the flrM itay of eat n 'ticeewtlB; motith thereafter until the same l rM, or otlnrwlse procemled with the law direct". The law Impown a ItKe pen- , alty for non-pajn.nt of eeontt half, dm 1 jjar t. ITOI.If notwtM wtthfnMM month of , May. . O. DAVtd, Collector of Te, I) ('. I itoSet, , . , - agrgiHftuiynarTTJM THfi SAM tlORiSl'OK'BR FOB fKtTJk'MTrt flfB Ofttk WOMKlSw AT? BI m D. c otie-lni S3T A UAMD. MR. JOltX HVAS. eusisa, Invites theitressyaentlBBissi to cull at KKKN'S, 111 Ninth treet, ami ptaee their ooter for a flrrt class awriMnt. olS-1m TKET HKMBVKU. DK.WI1ITB, t41tt Panna. avs.. onnootte Wlllnnl's Hotel T)io)im! from far antl nser vlltDr. White's c tnlilllimnt for relief (ram and aroktanco or enrUF. bnnkD, il ! I nails and all ttlierfect tmablw. Ilotirs.Sa.m. to S p.m. Etimly.0 toll. OfBre fe, tt per vtlt for puttlns; the feet In good order. Xslabltihed, iHU Mr. McCaffery Is tin) inly hat and bonnet frame manufacturer to the city. Call and see ber new ahspes. Dleaehlng and Krrwlnc. Straw and felt liatn altered to the itetsirle Orders promptly attended to. 106S u ttreet n. w. jgg-J. WILLIAM LBK (Micieetor to Henry Lee's Sons), t.'SDBKTAKKH. VA. AVK. N. W., fvath HMe. Dnwcb Oflke, 4W Msrvtand avn. . w. Ptjap-DR. J. H. HRKKY. I). 1). S . -" AUtnt DeoHHiDtnitnr of thi- I'm vereityiif VanUnd, ban etabllhl nt lOlii Klfteeulli street northwMt, and "otlclti r tronase. Out. nltnim oxide and all ann-tin-tin admlnlotercd. m Im tSM-WIlY NOT HAVK YOUR SIltKTM n- madu by one of the most celebrated outters In Amerleal ltloea nana u thon tblrd-rste outters charge. 1". T. HALL. W F tn w. WANTIJII IIIU.I'. r.NTSD-A H8LIAHLK f.IRL FOK t aeneral Iwutework for S la family Ai ply bt nnd 10 a mat ISOHNstn w. It "WANTKD-A WHIT OIHL AS rtlAM- berrsakl ard waltret tn a mall family; referencr rtqulred. Apply at low JiHIinw. 7ANTKD-A WIHTK WOM N; CITY reference; goernl boasework; two In frnollT. ilSl I' n Tjlt ArANTKD-A UKLUBLr. SETTLlIt) I white woman to uurn a child. Apply HOI Nilnvr. T41 w JAUTKD-A "NEAT-. TIBY WOMAN TO mint nayBlrat AtHiy iaQta w. 7 at rANTEB-A CAPABLK WllrTKOIML AS clmroberniaUl. Apply with rtifereaiHM at -J015 M ave. tf-St AV 7ANTKD-A aOOI) WHITE COOK, MUfiT siay at nicni . ! n . k 17ANT8D-0IHL FOR GENERAL Hoae- l wcrk; mutt have refereaoe. Apply 1 C t n w. S4t WT ANTED- AT ONCE. THREE UNION I iinoer. T FLYNN. Id and H t a w. -l7ASTED-A GOOl) COOK: WHITE. TO JL ' 'y night. Apply W R t n w. VVaNTED-A GOOD WHITE WOMAN i-ook to aultt with watblue: aut have ipjoJ city refurence fait at lew Cbapln t. -y.NTED A iIKt. FOK GENERAL SBR- V The, oooklac excepted; to lp oat: wsae SI; referenee required. Call at IS Ub kt. St TANTEU-OOOU COOK. WAhHi-.R AND i Irourr for a famllf if three, mutt cuaa well reoommeaded . Apply HSKitiw. AY T ANTEB-A COMPETENT, SMART ANO i in Hi m ii hlin wnmBlnilriiieaMrlli una work: bo watatiig Addrww X-.tkt iMe V ANTED-A KRA"- RKSPECTARLS 1 girl for aaeklng and geaernl boawrk; must bae refeteaoe and tleepui the aoue ir-t v i a e. a it WAKTKII- SITUATIONS. WAITED-BY A BEFBCTABLB COLO 1 bobuui. a Brt clai liuiodruM, wli lag to bruut home or to ao out; ttnt clu, i-i'v laHrtnoi given. K4IS5htnw U -ArATED- A HEkFKCTAIiLt CULOKBti IT ntrl, place iu ttre- or ebaatbor meld retereno f roni but jptave. UW 4Tth n w iMT0-Y A MEaFStOTAELB COL'O girl, a sltuatk'U a wltnM or rbamber m!il Iu a tint claw family, ca &e refer em-tt. call or aJdiee 1M1 K t b w tu yirAJiTBD-EY A MawF-aXTABLB COL'O 1 girt, a kUBattoa to cook, wab mmI Uou Ummjllfamlly Mllitiw 6Jt w 'AkTBD-BY A BBaPBCTABLE COLD i --lil. a blue to do aeneral hoiuework. Addrwaa Ua fc4a at B W t 1ATATBD- BY ACOUMtKOOIItL. A FLACS l loaOcoaeral aiHuewors U a aasaU iam lly; mo4 refentacoe- Anpiy at TMwiasii yfceYbYt. ad r and sT7a aad M Cap.t AY J mL- BY A tU4MtaUl tIBL. A kfr family; to go bouui uLjbi. icu nth a b w 'imif-r u tuua. waia auu iroi nh inian tail oraiurea AY rATKD-BY UBsFBCTABLW WHITE i womau. a tUuatioa tn a auiall family to out. waau and uoo. i uy r,ejnu. nivea AddrwB m n , this odlue. 5 St -A7AirBO-Y TWO GUOD Vatfmtti. ) aituatioea l a private family or board iDit home; uood rtta. Addiea B. Q W., sbie otLe. H aBBBBBBBII!BSBnBBBWSBBBnBBBmBWmBSlSa-' WA XTKM M tStOKLUAX Ihttilu. A FBW lUmlel SM 1 Besl' WITH steam sowa. wed etosator sarrbMand art clasa hudtOwMp, e the FOtfT sWI4JHMi. tUeT CJaM eU' eaWf IsaAnM ti ttTsfc'8lslte tfttnlaVA&sa Apply to mwm sHvTCfcUM. ass tw BuHdlB. or FlUKk; UAm. aaperu. W fPBgsWP"' sr Ut TUtB. WUX FAY iswegMtoy m n 14i3'kln(- MeuMg of H laJHUihi SMk CcUu. All IujoJ iktoflu awl becorltiea stooerUt akual aolJ, nasf Bgnt-i44 aca. asBBBBfj ur sstu at jBtitatf FOK RKTSt ROt5V. i.Tiit BBjrr- rrmnsnBD wont rom J" otiH floor to gentleman; heat and ga private fatnirt; ftfl per month. 5!l! TVnn WNT-FT'RRTSnKD Airn"pNTR 1' nlshed rooms on ?d flow; neW herte: Bmraceheat:nofhlidrea. nr. awn st n w. 1tOR RBNT-Fl RNW1KT) PAltMm AW0 J beflroom on flrt floor; terms nwderarp imsNTf arenw. tit trORltB?rT-n'BRItTtROl.9P Floor: I t: hoard If destred. iiQSKst. kvst i IT 1ST 9 I NFt mSWUTO . RO 1tJ: V snttahte for hmrtelfeeetng: IIS: or r.-tll rent with hoard for . 8WH I st n W. n it TrOR RFjrT-USrtTRRTSItBT FR ITT I' room, m floor: snntnera eapnsnrp, "irtt sMe for dootor's otBceor looting for gentle- men; price y. st i n st n w. r, TPUR TtBNT-TS R ST N ff-FtTRNMHErr I' or nnfnrnlhed rooms; SWWSWe for llirhf hnmeSeenlni. nourd In hotwe If rteir-1. alo one office room. : a it .TOR RBNT-8W R CAP ST i Nt( ELY " fnvnlttiaMt rennl mMM: ff. h(-at an1 th; fotittrern exposure; real fit por month tfOR HRNT-TWO CNFtTRNIHBD Ci)W l1 mnnlralttie: rwrtsas on art floor: ht. gai and bath; with family of three adult anin M stn w. n I .fJK RBNT-THRBR LAROR t'ISFt R- nlshed communicating room; rloet prlTate huth; reference exchanged 711 tab. TTOR BBNT-A SUITB OF T1IRBB ROOR ,1. n a pleasant arenne nortnwwt, with board In a re-Irate family. Can be hettra ot by writing to A. B Q , this office. Vlt T?OR RKNT-F1VR NICBLY FURNWHBO 1. room; light and heat; price t. ts, $4 and iw. Inqnlre tiTOnt a w. sst OR RBNT-1SSBNSTN W.BRAUTtFULLT fnnilshed 3d storr front room: bar win dow: large cjont; flrst riant table board; to other rooms. tSl rtm RttNTntiuam TpOK ItKNT-UNFUnNISnHD- ns9Mtnw, isn.... tsmis HIS Mmwi ave. tr rs and stabto vmi ra 1WT M t n w. IS ri 1ST lh st ex.. rs IBS W nkVMstnw.ltrs..... W JSW11 H n w, K rs lit 99 immtnw.l4M Mew irmti!tnw,iin mm i;isyitnw,1l rs 9)) I'SSFfttn w. It rs.. ....... snw 170utn w.lt rs 8S tt IMS 1st nw.lt rs... ..,.,,.. .,. 8S 91 ITS? Corcoran M,ll rs... ? W 1M Coreonin L 11 rs 75 0 lMOSlMnn w.ll n mod 1S0 N t n w. 10 rs moo lKSHthstn w, 2 re........... J Lafayette Peaere. IS rs 1IU gtomthton st. 3rs. M no 141 ItPtn w.Sr tira SCS3df ie,ttr () rK stn w.Sr 09 llfOChdptnot, 9r WW irwssihutnw.Trn r. on lW87thtnw, strand dwg M 14SS Florida svc nn sr no SOI lt t s w, 8 rs l-f Mil lt t s w. S rs uw The nliOTehouve can be examined by per mit from oar office only. THOMAS J. FISHBIt CO., lSSIFnt.n. W. I?OIt HKNT-TWO DKAND NBW StX I1 room lramelione, high and dry loca lion: ncr chnrches and pnbllo school tn Vnlontown. tnqnlreof A. BKIIKRND.'MII ot n w. KOIt BALK 1KIUMIM, T70H SALE-1N ALEXANDRIA. C-HOOM I1 trninn honse. luit flnltblDir: nrdrant la yard; lot 18x115; snug borne; price, SSTO. Ap ply to ItODRllT J. THOMAS. Itoom No. 3, ll lath t. FOlt HALE-TiniKE OF THE CHEArBHT bonnes In Washington, 106, 108 and 110 llth st n e: two-story and tenement, brown stone trimming; 7 rooms and bath; eleotrle bells and gaa; price, SA500 each, two cwti balance to enlt or traile for good lot. l'Oll MAI.R AMI ttUNT T) KAL BHTATE BULLETIN THOMAB K. Wa"iOAMAN. 017 F street.: Changes made Wednesday and Saturdays, S-bTOHY MUCK AND FRAME U0US5H FOR MALE SlCto 8S0 Md ave aw. b b.4 Tt K00O lJMto lUSOFstne, bb.Sr. andSM to .MOlltlist Be, b h.flr. all 13.000 Sltiditiw. bb.7r HJWe 4and40Sllthtw,bb,ml,r.... UJ assist t w. bb. s r &.MO 507 and MM Va ave and BO 51 h tt and unlmprot eit lot. e I 500 Sis to U lath t and Ky ave. bet a O are and Ht e. t.OOS lOiiti Itlmt ne. b b. r J.VX) Sit to S0 D t e. I b. 8 r t.000 4Manl4U)8 Cn4tol t a w. f li.Sn.... VXO sis lltli.t e, bli.a r , la Myrtle tne.bli.7r .!M uoamtsn It m, f b. Jrx a.aa DMStolStt Mdavea w.bb.Sr U itK tne.f b.er iuo OSMyrtle t ne. bb.7r 1.71 W.7e.(ylOD.lrtJlvrtltlle,bU,7m.. 1 ,700 3ueto3ttIatne.bh.4N ifiua tar. to tctl l at n e, b U. S r 1.300 Alley bet 8th ami 7th, Q and E ta a , bh.sr 1&S0 stsiothte.f h.Sr uvo tetOttsw. f h. Sre 1.MS 1088 K Cap at , b b. 3 r 1,380 ti3 to litftRst.! B.reaeb I.WIO !alITU.t()aBd ll.Sth and Wb st w.f li.rr l.UO 741lil.tue.f h,4w Ijm 411 K n m.lh.iTi 1.BM Alley bet II and Stb, 11 and I u w. 4 t- 90S fit VI? Hurke'a alley, f b.t Nat)b.-.. !) 7 I - i-e ave e. b b. 4 r MM Latae. bb. In 090 LiarSME tw, (b. 4 r ctt HODfiES FOR KENT. Per msBtb. S00ECapM.7r W00 into istb at n w. r luirpartse Hat n w.Sr 'JO so lSMJaiI,(n 17 80 an ami sis :Hk t b w, 4 r lM as II t ne. tn U 00 MkttMdaie w, Sra ,. It SB Champlawave, Deswrolumntard.Sr. to to 11 Cheater Court a w, 4r 10 80 U70Ustw. 4 tea bTOMBC. OFFMlBe. BTO &traaddwgStMatBW, Mr Sat MraaddglteiHbatBW, Ur 7M Hall. Sd floor. ItSlStb at aw SOW WraBddwgMORatB w.iN SS Mraaddwg44llaitB,8r 00 i 1Mb at room ami 10 as) 80 Mr and dwg USB IM a w, 7 r SO Hall WW 44 at w 1 89 btable rear 8t7 B at n w a 0 btable rear 9t0 tub at b e 580 LOAN. In sbbm to Hk at 8 par aeat. The above Is only a mwttne ef the proparty ma. For rau bk aau at amn tor htaaed sa the 1st ami utk. T B WASflAMAN. 1'ilK N.M.KM1SOBLI.ANHOIPS. H SALK MOtlSiie. DAYTON AXD UAlt r m ueaa ta good condition, owaer dou't waju to wister. SOS. AddrBaa I BITIC OO. I tt VtlMMISIONKK Of UHEIM. f s. MtJvtY. oott'K of omum for au MOXKY TO UIAN. OatRY TO LOAR OH KSAi. nwTATS Oct Cbkest nrai-cBsa secunua as mmear rata or So delay where seeartty I nood- esasei. It 1 tY TO LUAR Ott (MCkB WbOVKIT Y. irr TTnjiu..jaila .are. w T. . . r iu awssa. 0 U1AM OK RKAi. smTATB enWttrTY, at 5 xm s Fa ctunr. V. . FARKBJi. l4a M OKBY TU LOAN in aura to tuit Ou Approved Bual Batau security. a. a wujda iv tiirtu St'. HILL. RBAI Bnl ATE AMU WIS. . Bargain In aliparu of tho city Lit ana Wre tiuuraAco Coriwr alb ana Ft u w. U) Dr.. t Build'.n E G.ti U,i5 . j..J S,uir PIANOFORTES, fe. Vi 'a Oik . I , u ivrs '- 'livitud JlaW AitTUTK &i'liLa tBlabad IB Uoa-us f LWr DBLOtUTU f ART" FiA FOB KRstT--- ocoud aasd 1''alji -t A fi .w. AVm. Knabb & Co., 817 Waraec Sf ace. KNAB Washington mm wmm unit. 00. RTSRAL. .In . 11 Tt h at. n. w. FfiBOA. witRiDT Vi M t FFARCI RILLBR. S8B '. Wb t n. W. musaha:, HB1LLY no, Jill P ave.: alsn isos-ss m t. n w. R. BROWR. WSTWSt. o o fntiiR!,i()etnht n.w. .i.trroi rMrrr&ji A yiRHBRltAft. no What. .11 c fruit:. ntTTt astoIs mem., . wn and w t. Erm arb . arnsnrrT.si; itttt t. n. . . - - iiin aa.sfe r;m Km Wnrth f f .va.at mb AOT'JS. Bel. ninBTSS. mh and l.sts. .e.. W. B. S1VS1 D t. W BRRWIJfl(TI., ii5tnn.w. mi 1 rs 3D. IfSt. t n. w. w. n . ave. I m afrn a, w. nwrvKR, iw ni av. II. RAOItttTY, ISMfa ave. t Kl: its. !l lINRrDBTt, m 1 st . w. HOTl't.lJIt. TnEARMRHTORROT en , 7th and R n.w. n.11 i:hs .t.v cua ri:r rin.vt:Hs. .i.H. HBISUmBH tots 18th t a. w. .lOHHSTifSI,. 5PBB cp st. 111 ir.rt. t iin:i: i.v i:nns. .IAS. F. OYSTER. Pa. ave and h t. Ill IV lllllts. A. I.OBFFLBH, 040-40 Centre; MIS X. Liberty, aed 7IR O Street Market. THOB. T. RBARB 4 to M Centre MMhet. J. It HUtCllKR. tW to Ml Centre Miwhet. EDW. llfKB. satm tentre Market. otto c SVFrBln'.si m centre Marttet. A. J. HtLllY, T 88 iVntre Msrket. nin vot.i:s. OEO 8. ATtVATKR CO . U I MS Pa. are. hoots, .snorts i itrniWMs. T.II M(llfAN.414th!t A. L. IIAZLKTOW. 4s;tlit M. STHICKTmXMI. rW T. avp. OKO. W. IIICII.71T Market Space. HOW KM. Ml HHAY. SW Till t. n. W. JOHN r, W II.Ltn. Jr . 01 Jlh M. n. W. l iirit.tnir,4tHt7thet n w. t. BOOUOnerrkeMioellonMi.78Ttht. NATIONAL ntrTKLS!HBHTOHB,4MP.nr. II. WALRBH Tl'CKRH. IMS IM. ave. .109. A. IIHI'BTTI. UU1! ave . e. M. OKERN'llAl'M.im M t. It I Mil: lit. HHIOH A CO., Pa. v and If th st. LEWiH.ioilNSort ami, loth and Pa. are. COHSOS a macartney, too Ft. 1IATBJIAN CO , Mil F t. n. W. WM. MAYNK A CO , M0 9th it. WOOtiHACO.llOCFM.n. W LEWIS O. TBWKMIUItY A CO , ISM F. II I lit. CBNTHAL NAT. HANK, cor. 7th st. ami Pa. ave. CITIZENS' NAT HANK, 81.1 1Mb H. NAT.MRTIOIOLITANIlAJtK.eMlSthsl. HECONII AT10NAUWB7tht n. W. COI UMUIA NATIONAL SI1 V t. n. w. NAT 1IANK HKPirilLIC. 7th and I) W. rAHMERb' A MRCII.'S NAT.,oor. MandSlst. HOOK. si; 1. 1. 1 tt.SAMt .ST.tTIOXKN.H WM. I1ALLANTYNE A MIN8, 7th St. A. K. WILLIAMS. 6BI !M7tht. n W. W. It. YDNHICOX J.TM F t. CHAPMAN A TAYioK. 913 Pa. ave. nw. 1 .ti;i'i 1 i.it .i. ntit.innt. ALEX. MILLKH. UV, Ohio are. I .11.11 IlltS I.I II A . JAW ilK.l .Y- ll.'.s. TO KA1.0N WINKCt) , Ml llth t. roitsnr runitr.r nut. M.O.WHRLAN.ieOSF.t.. i'.it:k7:k. F. FR BUND. 70S Dth at. n. w. D. J. WBYMAH, 1SR4 llth t cx.orfif.'it.s. VlCTOliE.Ani.BH.tsr7ruTihnw.oor.Maaa.av. M. KAUFMAN. iniirH ami I U. e. I. IIAMIICIKIKH Wi.--.ilPve. KW VOI.R ONR PRICE CLOTIIINO HOUSR, :ill 71b at. b. w. aOIHEN BAULK CLOTHING CO., 811 Pe. ave. . e W. NOMULlNGRR,.1107Mr. n. w. v.i it it 1 io;.v. ivnuvu 1 ir,vvd uivu u. 1080 Coun ave.;Factory,4IMllthaw. W. F. OKYEX.SUPb ave AUoaaraeM DOHhB AND CAKBIAnKHAZAR.tSi-WU, MimKtn-rf ihu.,siv ra.ave.a. w. hi J. Ml KK.S No ttil O at a w WILLIAM WALTBU'B WIN, llth and Ostsa W 1 oa vnr Tins r.its .t xn c.triis. J. FUMiELU 14 N. Y are. T.JAHVlK.Sb.t. HI.KE A Bintl. SlOWIi .t. CHA8. F. FLBIMHMAN.N. 1110 Pa. are r If.-.s. TEMPLBHOTBL.!Kbt,oi I' S.Pt.Otee, TIih NEW BNOLANIICAFR.518taiat. 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