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THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, .NOVEMBER 11, 1800.
f. 4 . TO-DAY'S TOPICS h,ll.lll.tfcll . .. wnsn rmi ttt hiw tor stay JlWArniOMTBllWtlM. 9em Iirmtfmi Atat M&frtafi k UN LM4 if ike Mikito. REU CiBlE AM CORE OF SNAKE POISON, totaling Btaawafe'Tfes Arittoftft) I, BngJhh Qifi'-Ckimmeii as Fanwtrs, ff,fW Hftgfcnk in New Yrk Spfrtd by Tkrfr WWe. There are several quite respecUib'c ami properly prosperous dime museums In New York otty, according to tho 9w, and one for which a llcente Is very f trSinpcly delayed, at tlie Mme time that thcllewory Is encumbered with fraudu lent llttlo places. For Instance: Ayoung Kngllsinnan wag wnlklng up that thorough faro, when his eye lighted on tho sign "Dime Jitirctim," over a brotd ami gaudily-painted doorway near Chatham Square As ho entered a sort of ante-chamber ho discovered a very countryflcd-tooking person standing In open-mouthed awe before a nlokel plated machine. A small, dapper, well oiled young man emerged from the Inner-room and said- "Pardon mo, gentlemen, but Is either of you Interested In electricity as ap plied to the testing of blood!" Doth the Englishman and country man looked at oach other and shook their heads. "I saw you looking at that mil ehlnc," went on tho dapper yoiinir man. "It Is a very romarKablo plew of mechanism, I can as'tireyou. If you care about it 1 will show what ll tuts arc. You observu thoso two id tubes on the sides of tho machine tilled with a pink liquid Substance Well, by holdlntr tho two brnvs handles tliat you sro here In you hands that pink III u M Is mndo to Indicate tho condition of your blood. Tho test Is Inevitable nnil It does awny Instantly with the mccsalty of ever having u doctor ex amine your blood. If your blood Is In good condition the lliiulil, upon your Kinsplne tho brass handles, will bub blc like boiling water. Should your blood bo thin and poor tliu liquid will ritnaln motionless. Now, suppose you pcntlcmcn try." The countryman clutched the handle" ihs, and the pink sitbMnnce Immedi uttly began to bubble. Then the I'nir lUlmian tiled, with a similar result. "You both hiive excellent blood," said tho dapper young man. Tlie Engllchman was smilingly turn ing away when he was stopped by a voice tnjlnif, "One dollar oach, please." It was tbo youug man who met the Inquiring gaze of the 1'nzllihman with a nod toward the machine, upon which was now n perfectly plain sign, that had not before been vltlble, rcadlne "lllood Tester, One Dollar." The Kngllshman fiTOlested, and so did the oountrymau. ml after a moment the latter nudged the other, saying: "We've been swln died, but I gues we'd tetter pay up and save trouble, mrdner." Hut the I'uglUhman was not pre prepatcd to evade difllculty in this style, so ho stoutly refused to pay. As he made for the door ho received blow on the back of the head that nearly kuocketl him down. Turning about he swung the heavy walking stick aloft and felled tho dapper yoiinir man to the ground. Then, to his as tonlshmeot, the countryman came rush log at him, aiming a blow with a slung shot at his head. For the first time the erlouaness of the situation dawned upon him and he began fighting for his life. Ho was soon surrounded by a strange group of wild, uncanny per sons, in every style of attire, who all teemed bent on beating him to death. These were the imitation "freaks" from the Inner rooms, who were trained to act when a necessity of this sort de manded. It was not until the English man bad been frightfully beaten that he succuedwt In escaping to the street. Such is the depths to which the show business can sink in this city. A marble statuette that might eselte both the veneration of the antiquarian and the 1ets of those unregeeerated persons who venerate nothing may be seta at Tiffany's. saki the New York A esttrday. If the story told about it is true, It la verily a great wonder, and certainly one of the most euilout acd Interesting pieces of statuary to be em, It U thirty-ftMir Inches high, ana n-pr etents Diana of Are&Uia, the patron of hunting and of sylvan sports, who carries her bow and quiver of arrows The anus are bare trow ike shaukler ami the legs frow above Mm knee, (bowleg well-developed extiewitbH worthy the sturdy huntress, yet coupl! with the roundness and beauty of outh. The fate is delicate and faultless, and might well be take front some of (be attractive tiiahleos who ptiuueatde Fifth avenue on pleasant afternoon. It has au eAprenttait of pure, innocent enjoyment TUtr dranery i la artitie fuUw and xuiki as caiMivaUag m the iSile green elolh tea gowa that Ada Ifehaa wore hi a hue character. The pose hi easy aad graceful. The goddess stands jus! starting for the chase, oa htr pluiup, muscular feet. One am is upraised to hold the strap of her quiver, the other h? just wtihJrawiajr au arrow. The how is net vtalhW, aad wav he supposed to he fonfUl by the folds of the drapery. Sou aitaKW re gard this as a wonderful eytBiijto of ancient Urtek culture. The ma thin 1 stained a doll noy color, hut the surfs U sMooth saw abaguUriy turn Horn hiKaiihf. and the stona to of oh vku Bee grain. The price to saki to U .ftt.OU0. The story that goee with An tcviy tux, und alto arpwH lot th em u.uu4 price, to that this statuary to about .j00 yt-ar old, that it was prob ably cut hy Prasitehts, that it was found in an ancient sate ohaj(U on the prew wsuf a wvaltby Greek uterchan at 1 : uU that It.lUn and Feuatieat. ii i uuiiouarlaa irxvecta, vuuvh lor ha v n ai aoiUiulty , that hy aunw eaaas the lu3 l Greece, which furbU the ex .iijunn uf worka of art without the uumi "f the Goveroaseut, wre .uJul, that the avubytuee waa taken hi 4i: iiJ fr 'W. and that a soon as itiL Greek Uoitrauwat dJatiHwrwi that it hj.l Utn Ut.u out of thecoohuy iurttiitlvjuly a '! atia) uit. for n-.ri.tLiu that. t ciioaequcoct of there UU u. utaiica between the l" cuau i, - iLi-. Jcuiaud i-ualj u.it Ijc u j i .J LuX it". aUtue wits eiUil.ii. t .a .1 i -o ui uuUUi aud ' -'.. I i Oc ft Rlvi'fmtl of tMrJtttfty BOVrat ft at fr!vt safe atd bftmght ft went d plewtt ft tin etMWrton t tlilwy,. AH irtt Is mora or tat antrrewtcatrl, ami atlds Wi the vtrtne of tfce scnlotnte, Wntfh will remain a rfrott thM on et hiMtlon, arrl ha aTremft been vWted itrnl admired by nof of aft t Jwfswnrs. . It w hr bflfete the pre of JtpM, writes 3mim Payne, their view ft mttrtmrnt! rthpvjtoas is far more MnttibM than that entertaifwrt at hom. ' Th principle midef lying tnelr whole mailtal rMMlon to IMtt the af. fectton that makes marriage happy s not tire lot which pfecelet tinion, mil the rwpect, tem, and sense of mutual helpfnlnem that grows hp afterward." Tali is an mlmlrtbfe truth, thongh It has licen ignore.! by all the jwets, ami almmt all the notellst. r.f f5rpe. It lrhs, Indceil, been o'i wrtrtl f life long friendship that It l hartl that It Should be superceded, and bate, o to peak, "Its nce put out of joint," by a chit of a girl, whom a man has only known for a week: bnt love Is o vehement a pasMon that (for the time, at least) It sweeps all before It, ami there Is nothing for poor friendship but to get out of the way. Aut to compare this sudden flood, as we do and even give it the pre eminence with the deep, strong cur rent of married lore, with all Its com mon interests ami memories of sun and shade, Is ludicrously false. That we sometimes hang ourselves because we cannot marry our first love Is nothing to tbo purpose, for we certalnlv are In no position to esllmale her value, we know nothing nbout her. (lnr lore Is tike all other lore, A little glow, a little alrirer, A roMbinl ami a jtalr of glove, And "Fly not jet" upon the river. Is It res son aide that the loss of this, however attractive, stranger should bo weighed In the same balance with that of tho wife who has proved herself what, In the former's case, we have only hoped for, and who has lnlvvd our sorrow and doubled our Joys? Yet It Is the lover balked of his mUtreW upon whom all sentiment of fiction Is lavished. It has not a word of pity for the widower, though it makes plenty of fun of him if he marries again. Ono can only suppose that this distortion of the mirror of life arises fiom the fact that It Is chlelly ynum: people who read novels, and that those children of 31am mom, tho novelist, Appeal to the sym pathies of tliiir best clients. In Japan (where there are no serial) people hsvo more common sense. Of one Japanese, Indeed, we rtad that In his efforts to secure n tried and faithful partner, "whoso respect, esteem, etc., should grow up afterward," he has married no Use than Itvo-and-thlrty chits of girls, all of whom have ilia appointed expectations, and still In hopes, ho has just been united to his thlrty-tlxth bride. The Governor-General of India, sars t lio London .-'famim has receive! a communication from Huron von Multer, an eminent scientific authority of Mel bourne, announcing that he has discov ered the real cause and effective euro of snake poisoning. Hitherto the mode In which the venom of serpents produced fatal effects has been a mystery. The elaborate series of experiments carried out by tho Victorian savant have, he states, not only rendered It clear how tho polslon operates In producing denth, but have pointed out a remedy which, when applied In time, will save the life of the patient. According to Iferr von JIuller the venom of serpents does not destroy the tissues of the body, but has merely a dynumlo effect, suspending the action of the motor and vasomotor norvo centres. This dtaovery at once Indicated that the proper kind of antidote would be something which would "stimulate and Increase tliu functional activity of these nerve centres." This remedy Is tup plied by strychnine, which Is directly antagonistic in its action to snake poison. Ilerr von Muller has applied styebntne upon a large number of per sons bitten by tbe tiger soake and other venomous serpents, and with invariable tuccess. Tbe way in which be employs It la to inject ten or twenty mlnumt of the diug under the skin of the patient, and to repeat the operation every fifteen minutes until slight muscular spasms are produced, these being au unfailing sign that the patient is out of dancer. Large dotes of ttychnlne may be In itcted into the blood of a person who iss been bitten without proditelug any Injury until it has completely neutral led tbe effect of tbe snake poloa. The importance of tuU discovery, If continued, can hardly be overrated. In India, where over 30,000 persoas are killed by poisonous serpeats every year. Ilaron von Muller's communleattoa ha naturally bees received with thedeepeat interest. The world's stock of dbuaoad ba Increased eaorntously ia tbe last nftaeu years, says Iron. Ia 18T8 the output of tbe African wines was about 1,500,00) karats; last year it was over l.Ouo.uOO and the great trust which controls ai. tbe principal mlaes aaseite that it hi 18,000,000 karate in tight at the prvtrai time. Meantime the detuaad for dii months baa greatly Increased and the are higher today partly because of the trust, but also LeeauM of the in created dewand than they were a year ago. In one respect the diamond industry to different frow alaiaat all other. lt product that to. of genu U never con sumed. Of gold and diver a aauch larger amount than meat people would believe is literally consumed iu the iru past recovery, but a diamond once c u gia into the world's great stuck and U liable to coma upon the market 4t any time. 1 lance the world' annual mhlugt -of diamonds, which appears to hi steadily Increasing, even at advancta prices, to an index of how much of itv surplus earning to can afford to ex. peed jeaily in into particular form of luxury. The romance of diamond mining h all gone. It to now a matter of etc vatia vent heda of hhw clay by m i-nfcjmtr. waahhag it and sifting my ta wants. after heshnr Ttir'r sorted zor nam, are tow w mwa oj u eight. The men who do th actual work am mete labonua, ami their pay to tmiH . The artolociartr Fnndtoh ghri hw a Fiabur Lender' cariwynminni. TV btUer her poatohm. according to Burktr'a peetC. the toner to her owioteaaaw Av expert might ttotim;uiah an Aon. Mtoa fitm a Lady Mary, daughter of hundred enrto, and Lady Mary from hr Grace by the simple orocet of measuMment. The face to notovaj. b to DMtcly ehmnted. and the chan to apt to be pointed. The m ue mark a Ant ckeracteetotir hi the tojdtshjwtl. tn mote certainly to the haU finned high on the head, tilting the tuf aattar ll t'uau "Vrr the ct uad i.xai:ccra lib.' iUl uortheul to ii'aihet dix lb t.i6IU' Jk:i a i . i l p-Ua rf .ii liv UQ lw.ii . -! U.- -t.v arrre ttttl. Tit eyw arc ra-her long Htlii rfMt Itt pMWBrtlon nnrrow, the heeit esMlf mm made mw of by the tight, Mgh dre collnr n Lng Hsh glM' showhteM are 1 1 ml and wjwire, arm fog, wrtn lone, general effect III t!i tailor gown angular. nly partially redeemed by t clear red ind white eompfesron tid general sir of health and well-being. No other Woima In EtwWT bM hr rdiysl.m, bnt, metwntetl y Qik MtfMards, ,he to fur from bwmlfnl. . A yent sm a maft In n Ffanchco soM a lotof bind In a then unbuilt west ern it! burn. A Cnlnnmaw had been nslng It M a garden. The bwil was ady ami had no nwire then 89QxfM feet of iorfnee. The Chinaman, therefore, hmt the full twe of but abnnt two ami a quarter nctes. For this speck of ground be regularly paid $73 a month, am! he lived on it with an atslttant. He tried tbe land to grow retretiiblen, which he old In Chinamen to he peddled through the city. Despite the high rent, he ww making money, says tbe Alta Cali fornia. ' Her. Mr. Vrooman, now Chinese In terpreter In the California courts, who was for for twenty five years missionary at Canton, ami was subsequently among the Chinese In Melbourne, said that he knew of two Chinese In the latter place who made a living for themselves and a horse from a quarter of an acre of land. In addition to thus supporting them selves and a horse they each sent .$30 yearly to their relatives at home. Chinese now rent at least ."iO.OOO acres of fruit and bottom lands within a rwllus of 100 miles of San Francisco, for which thoy pay from four to ten times what a white lessee could aftord to pay for the same. Laud In their hands Is farmed In earnest, and with them Its richness increases rather than decreases. Wornon who have husbands to sup port them often take It as a matter of course, and perchance even complain that they are not supported In case and allluencc, says the llunil Aer Forilrr. It might be well for such to look at nn other side of tho mattor sometimes. It has been estimated by an employe of the United States Ilurcau of Labor that there are 27,000 married men In tbe city of Xew York who nro supported by their wives, less than 7,000 of whom nro In mental service. The mmlMt are In the majority. This Includes dressmakers and milli ners, many of whom own property, some being very wealthy, 'and all well-to-do. Tho boarding house keepers rnnk next in number; tho professional women who embrace doctors, lawvers, dentists, nurtsts, writers, toachers,mu slctsns, lecturers, designers, painters, embroiderers, come third. Then there are tbe shopkeepers, who, It Is said, make the best providers. LAID TO REST. The Funornt r flrnornl StoKlhbfn Took 1'lnce Till .Wlnrmiiin, The funeral of the late General David 1!. McKlbblu took place this afternoon from St. John's Episcopal Church. The funeral service was n-ad by the llev. Dr. Payne, who conducted the obsequies, lire honorary pall-bearers were as followt: From civil life Hon. George O. Oorham, Mr. Frank M. Lewis. From the Loyal Legion Ad miral J. .1. Almy, U. 8. N.; General I. T. Palmer, U.S. A.; General Albert Orilwny, lato U. S. V.; Colonel G. Y. Gile. U. S. A.i Colonel O. A.Wood ward, U. S. A.. Captain It. W. Tyler, U. S. N. . Commander A. O. Kellogg, U. S. '.: Captain O. P. Slanulx. U. S. M. C: General O. II. Wlloox.U. S. A.; General J. J. lleynoldt, U S. A.; Gen oral D. O. Card, U. S A. . General G. W. Clark, late U. S. N.; .Major II. L. Cranford, late U. S. V.: Admiral S. P. Carter. U. S. N.; Chief Engineer W. II. Shock. U. S. N.: Pasted Assistant Surgeon II. T. LMes. U. S. X. Tliouelit lie Wan JmpoieU Upon, Itobert Morton, the colored employe ot the Pottofflee Department, who, on his way from Sunday school bad a scutlle with Conductor Magruder and created a disturbance, was to day fined ". Detective Mabon testified that there was no question but that Morton was Intoxicated. Morton, to tbe contrary, positively declared that he never drank anything and had been a reputable cltlen of tbe DIttrlct for twenty six years. In his conversation be allowed it to leak out that he felt be was Im posed upon on account of bla color. "That's jutt tbe trouble." said tbe Judge, "and for that reason more than anything else you got into trouble. "When I am ordered to stand off of it street car step I obey. " A Italth i.r Stone Tbrower 1'Inad. Officer Iteevis bad Isaac Clark, Itobert Clark, Nelson Woodia, Monroe John toa, ltkhard Johnson and Edward and I.tvl Marlow arra;Bil in Police Court today oh a rhareeof throwing hUmIUm. Tbtse hos have been in the habit of klllieg chk-keat beyond the Itouadary. One of tbe ulder ones also bad a parlor title, which hi ud expertly, andcimld pick elf a chicken at king range. Tn etlort d women teatiBed that the Uys were in the habit of bringing cbickeuo to her cabin and having them cooked , but the did not know where they trot t mm. she did not teem to care either. The tout was fS far each defendant. Stal lbi MuX tar tlruak. Charles Blaaford. a white man, pleaded guilty this morning ia the Police Court to stealing Ste pints of wbtoky, of the value of aeventy nve cents a pint, from J. X Humphrey, the keeper of a saloon on Thirteenth ttreet, between the Avenue and atrmtt. Ha failed U i ty a nee of $ 10 and had to go to the workhouse. KxcaitaM Ttelutta to Mat Mwtar, ik. Tb Baltimore and Ohio KtHmad I'uoi pany hat placed i-n aab at ail ol It priuui MlststioM round utp tickets to toot Spring. Ark , l ratly loductsd rate. -iWgMng limit oa thaw ttekms to thirty day d hh retnrninn Mmit three mtMttbi, tbu sltmheg an opportunity to apaad the amter in the niantl chmate of the Suuthweat. The route to via ChuinnaU sua at. Ia ma. a only one cnani(- jro atui tnat u ane m in uefcj tun Ihinnt at it. Unit. FaWwin a)mp.r au the . wai-WiMii VissaMiM. C harhVt Beads ami Mta Bttckly, two vagtsntt who had hacn working V ffethttr and ohtahahur nhtta by dalKenant upsetentailuan, were bctore hto ttomw tfc morning. Thy wm$ hash wtH OwtatdanciMdji triayutons aasmtto to nckt if jwtthai w- flu nww, honever. Kuuiwd to pay $N or go to jail fur tluy days. - T nn tf T jaa At o'lkk mat night a stable. Knd by C. C Whitman and occupU. 1 hy htoatrt Cmk ami Mtovjr. at TwrnaWth and E aunrta. was damamid I by in. to th- taumt of 100 The origin If you i'eei wea and all worn out take BROWN'S IRON BIIXERS BOAROF TRADE. a xmm At which iirom&T mtrTKS WAS TKArffATII. efB? "t in tH"WM It Ml tH in n rWWrMMtihe CWtWWWW tVHrK rr the I'litwf. Th f!oW of th Arl!fntl ITfl ww well AlTrt lmt etenlng wllh e nronwnwht burtftwa wwt of ttnt city, the occinkm being a speefel nvmlhg of tbe Board of Trade for lire purpwe of selecting a third of the board of direc tors ami transacting other Important buslnrss. The meeting ww called to order by Prisldent M. M. Parker, who then rend his first annnal address. The report referrtd to the reasons for the evlstence of the Hoard of Trade, and showed how j It had effected local lccislation by Its ' concerted action. The board had aided In the paemge of the acts for the Georgetown and Tenallytown road, the extension of the Kcklngton road, i Ihe City Postofflce Site bill, the Zoolog- leal Park Wll.and other Important local Imnrovements. The board has also re- ! itlvtd considerable correspondence re- 5anllng the establishment of a National loatd of Trade In Washington. Mr. II. II. Warner, the treasurer, then submitted bis annual report, showing that the total amount received during the year was $8,015. The expenditures had amounted to $!l,9fl8 60, leaving a balance of $.1,11(1.81 In the treasury. The report was referred to the auditlna committee. Secretary Anderson read a number of sugeestlans regarding the proposed celebration of the centen nial of the District government next April. Among the proposed features are the laying of corner stone for an extension of tbe Kxecutlve Man tlon, for a National University, Meth odist University, new Patent Olllce ami an extension to the National Museum ami various other buildings of national Interest. A grand military parade, 1ml I and tianquet are also proposed, ami by n unanimous vote the matter of tho celebration was referred to the District Commissioners. Mr. James V. Dubol. secretary of tbo Inventors' Association, explained tlio proposed patent celebration ami letters were read from the Commissioner of Patents and prominent Inventors, strongly urging the celebration. The now board of directors were elected as follows, the length of service bilng decided by lot: First jear-llerlab Wilkin, S. Walter Woodward, (leorge Mcllliennr, H. KttrU .Iolmon, Jolm II. Magrudvr, V. II. Cbtireb, fleorge Truemtell. John H. Herrell, Isadora aks and Frank II nine. Second tar II. II. Warner, James I.. Harbour, A. T llrlttoii, Thomas ifiranr vllle. S. P.. lieatley, Samuel ItiiM, F. U Moore, J. M. iloti, C. (. Hell awl Wil liam A. IniMlt. Tlilrd )ear I'resMent, M. M. Parker, rcretary. A. 1). Anderson; CroabyS. Noyet, (. barle Batiiii, tharli-s O. (ilorer, Isaac X. Jackson, U. (1. Mttilc, II. A. Wlilanl, W. 1). Jlofei and Theodore J. Mayer. After ditctiMlng the affairs of tho I oard and considering suggestions for Its benefit ami the Improvement of local irade, tbe meeting adjourned. CLAIMS HE SHOtTn SELF-DEFENSE. IIib Cutnreil Jnchoy Who Wounded Kully .Still Lacked li. Harry Norman, Ned lltunt's colored jockey, who yesterday afternoon shot John Kelly at the Denning track. Mill remains locked up. He was to have been brought to tho New Jertey avenue ttallon, but as Kelly, who It at the Providence Hospital, wat unable to ap pear In court, the hearing wat con tinued. Kelly's Injuries are not, how. ever, considered of a very sellout nature. Voting Norman still maintain that tbe shooting was done In self-defense, as be wat followed and very much pro voked by old man Kelly, at he cnll-t him. The latter wat under tbe Influ ence of liquor when taken to the hos pital. Uuil lloj FlntMl, Ilueben Williams, Philip Drown an John Randolph, three bad colored boj from Georgetown, were accused I court this afternoon of having assaulted and beaten and cut a white boy named Marian Pulllam, living at No. ilJ Second street northwest. They were Hoed $5 each. aa ' Nut a Iluld, l.ud Man, Will Cbew, a frequent offender, but wlio Is not considered either a very bad or dangerous man, had to pay tine of $3 In tbe Police Court today. The charge against him wat that of belav drunk ami disorderly, but tbe otttcer who arretted bin was inclined to be lenient. Ilrcuklutr Out lata I'uctrr. i'rom tht I Ilea ( ' tr. Th Urand Okl Part ' vok U bushed, U head does sadly droop. Oh, vain is consolation now. The L'sar is in the soup. Hicu. ilYBloi.-Oe Xoveaaber W. iM. at hi rux deaca. Iter 1 atteal, mv. Joseph II. Mvcra, BarSat at Paaahkaapsie, S V. WjSUVX'H -oa Xotmnkwr ie, 1st). t ; i) a in fe Waster B. buuau. a4e4 7t rtnim Faaaral from M. ftuttclf Church A'adawi ear at 1 p at. MULL tin Woaaar, Kuvvmnar W. late, at SJt a. m.. alter a loaj IiUums, PuJ. baalotsU tin. hand of Jana M- noil. sr jssr. yiiasial huai li late nukUac. Mo P MmthsireetniataasaljiB Wi;ih(ly.Mo -hw IS. st :15 a m Rviukai aus at W Joaenb' t aari-n t oVIuek. Mvbuivsa and inttrite stfailr Invited to attum- aoLuMOV -On Mnsdai nurnme, Motcu hw W, Itttt. t " oVtoi. auiuatua. bdoiul sua of 1js U ami Berths Sulmuos, aasd i In aad 1 swath t usand t torn Bureau' rt.iiiauj m K ui iitbwt. Wdadny. KuicMu 14. at w o'vlut,-' a a SwUttvt sad frtsd sr rv HvitluUr Isthwl to ktMtvd TVNUSL t'n KoTtmber H ISUB. u.t 4 s. m . Xrncst A Tusswi. ajt4 H mar. UK 1 trt suuitiB!, ue W4aaOar a 4 I ruami wiu mm inawv irun mia imuuvmrm. B. . lUM&UVMi UU B1MBU WIUMl . SB Bn sum -HnanmtoT. hovssi at ttw iminanca of Itr autwn. htoaU tmeTnonthwet. J Ku kVft . aratuUi ii rttb year. A.UT1 h.-ua auuday. )(. BtNtr , imm. at . m-.V S. aiutia. aaed ; Bltx-iu VoMsha a. t JaaoTnaSand. 1-fW. at t.t a. at , l4 ctbiusmtu.ia Snkt. WndrniaSsy. aVeUw U. at i p. mi a zmu cansva- antauve aa4 rtkao rhvke4. IXXVULiki auiuLu. Korambar tL ScvrwYtUhui Bavia, on va . p. and i. a. VoaariTat eant JMeasaat Wadoatiay at btUlr -On amvlay womiaa. Kmombtf a, vSe. t a b.. Macs' wt Qr4. wieVw ui tti. isu ru..in ta;. i eraae- i. .in Uisily. in the tiSb )r uf iMn.-Mttt n aaadnv. tti.i.a , nnaraiM.iuiai HUai vvit UVOS.-fo anneal, (ovewher , ia. t ixJa m- Vtvhzt Lfdia, aaad I naac aad ' wuaUn-. iuaci JUi;btr ul John T au i Maris V Kvub . Kiwjr. ftCMMa!A4.. -SrhnnaT 3db - 'zSa s- fmrt 5-1t mo. bTd. . "y " " tOMMUtlUklLltOl' LiKLKU., tr , nm YKAR8 ow. whwt rma-rmm i.vifg DM itm m naif a cwwwry. Tin annlvr-mrr celebration of the trttMl Lodpr, No ii. Tndf pendent Onler of Odd Fellow, at Washington ItaM on Penn.ylrnla dvtnne soith 9tH, a attended by a large nnmber of pwiple last night. The exercise were Orwiret! with a praver by Part drawl Iltthatd Emmons," secretary of the lodge, after which he delivered an m t nstlntt addreaa, reviewing the history of the lodge. The lodge wiia orgmrifen In 1!M0, and. Mnce that tliwe ha paid ont $(,00n to widow, ami orphans, $15,0110 Id iok benefits, $7,00(1 n dona Won, ami $1 ,or)0 In Imrylng the deal The exercii crmehirteil with an nl tire entitled "Our .TnWlee," by Pt Grand Otor-e C. Ober, after wh'ch re freabmenta were aervetl ami the even Ing pent In social enjoyment. I'lHllMJSAt.!. TJROrtWAti.-FnAI.Bf)rBorSAM n HX J be received by tbts Drpartmeiil nntil 11 o'elork a. bi , on Mt)?IIAV. ovBHBil IT. 1MS lor fnrnthinr the chemlrat nttWon with prrtm and unpplte for the r malnder of the enrrpnt f1oal year A Hat of the Rpratntn and nrfrile deolred and alt ntewVarr Information to bidder will be fnr Bhdnd by the c nemhtt of the Keiwrtmeat. The rtrlTflrce a reserved to order any addi tional item accepted on tbf mine twm and alao to rrlwlany or all Mis or to. accept any part of the btd offered. J. M. HUSK, 9ere tatyof Aplrnllnre II if lAErtvr IH'ARTBHMASTKR s OFFKB, U Whlnton, D. l. Nor. t. t-W. -Sealed prnpcla. In trtplloato, anbjeat to nana! tondltlon. will be recelvpil here until 11 o'clock a m. DBCKMI1RH 10. 1W. and Ihfn opcEFd, for fnrnlahlnK, dnrlnc theatx rcontlia ommenclDK .tannaty I, 191, ami endlne .lure 30. IS91, "neh loniB. atniw and bran a may In' required rreferance will be riven to attlctoa of ilomeatlr iolnr tlon r trarnifaetiire, condition of ennallty and I'ttcea (tnclndlne In the price of forelen broonttlon or manufaotnre the dnty iliereon) heina; equal. All Information re ntilredwlll t fntnlMied on application to tbla cfllce. Knvelope eontnlolnr pripoal luld be marked "rropola for ririMre and Straw, ' a d addreaacal to tt 11. HANKY. Deputy (juartrrtniater (leneral, t.'. H. A. nolo 6t HI'KCIAI. N'OTICIM. IMatrict or rolnmbla. Washington, 1). I', Octote SI, 190. Tax yer of the Illftrlct Kill tRKenotl-etliattliettnderlted baa received the duplicate of Heamenta 'it tbe taxes for the Tear endlne June So, 191. aed will be ready to receive payment of tare at tte office from and after the flrt day of NOVK.MIir.K, 1800. One-half of said tax l due Novernlier 1. isflo, tlie other half May 1. 1MU. on so much ot ttw drat half of said taxes due November, 100, a shall not be paid diirlne said month, a penalty of two tm percent, wtll le added on the first day of path sucecedbiK month thereatter until the same I pnM, or otherwise proceeded with as tho law directs. The law Impose a tike pen ally for win payment of seoond hair, due May 1. ll.lt notpaM within saM Btonthof Jtay. K. O. WAV W, tSdlector of Taxe. I).f. IK St. JrKNHHOIlUJB MOMEXTUw TI1K SAMK UQHiX 1'OWjK FOR ONE-TKTIt THE CO.L. WOMKIXO AT JHWXlJM'S.D.e. rA.ff-m Jr-A CAhO. MX. JOIIX KV.?f. rCTTIR, Invite the dryttIotn toeall at KBKN'S, tt I Ninth itrset, aad atsee tbair erdar fur a trtol aarnHtat. oets-lm Kjr-FJIET HI T.tBVKH. PK. WHITK, 1110 I'enaa. are . oiixwUe Wlllard' Hotel. Tboasanda from fsral sear visit Ur. ffliln'i establkthawat for relief from and aroMaae of t'OTB, Uiuloa, diseaaad nail aad all tther foot troablw. Hour. 8. bb. to t n. . rutdaya. to 1. OOce fas, II par vtaft fur pul iVe: limit KMieei m goouoruw. juiauiiaoou, sa? itn, Mcfafftry U the only bat aad boaaet frame BMMrafaeturer In tbe city. Cull and bar new shape. Hleaebhur and prewlBK. Mraw aad felt bat altered to the latmt ttyle. Order promjitly attended to. leetf O street n.w. gyJ. WILLIAM LKK tanecetior to Hsnrr Lee's !ons, VNfiEKTAKBK, MPA.AVB.N.W.. touth Hkle. Draacb Oalce, tt Marrlaad ay, s. w. 32r-WHV .NOT H.WK TOOK ShIhT Z7 Bw4e by oae of the not celabrataii attars ta Anterteat rXeaa uan a those third-rate eattws ebaree. V. T. 1 ALL. 98 F H. YVANTKIJ III. r.f. AY TANTSU-A GIKL rOB tiMMBtUL I nuuiHHVork:nowathuiitor lruOu. 011 at iM.Vht w. 11 -K AY J ANYS-A MnXlAULB WOMAN WITH 2lo4 reference: e cable of aeaerl feUMwurk; can Had a oud home In aaiall mlly; lair are I7 tih ' h . lit; Af4riStl-(K)OUHOMASTO OUUK. snti 1 1 do seseral houark I net brbi- Hood refers teu I Awdy IMi'tta w seseral housework iorafsatiiy ot 4; su'4 star Biavi. 11 H rAXTKH-A VIMT CLA- CHAMBIfl assid aad wsltiess fur faaally of twu; auist no home nbtht. t'Ul, with refsreacua, Wt and T. t lS ltth t. -7ArKl-A UKatMAX OltiL VUKUEK- it eral hvnseworh Is a msH Unjiy; wase ie simse O-a A fANTKD-A NEAT WOMAX TOCUOM. wash aad Iron ta faauMy of i. Aptly ;Si Lweh t. U tTolt Part. i WTAWtm-A WHITE CIML WMChMM 1 1 (.nun ot sua aeiy who Doonawora;; waae ta a moiio, rwecenc retiuuea. Shl AY 'AiiTEO-AtiUU. l-O Do UOLaSWOBK I fur . amukO fafl: milMt h.ve refercsu and tar ainhi. lnthtsw. M T AhTt P-A UOOM I'OOtt (WHITE) FUtt .mall tamllr AtMi at leWM w. AV raaratt-A kUtLUBL. wuhUK foe i sensrsl houaewurk AM'ly -15 5tw at .' wUh reierem-r. A A TANTBU-A NEAT, SESfEiTABLE watte su-i tortfeaal boiuearora In a rmii) an t a -jc W AXTKU kiTL'ATMl. ArAiTEO-hY A hBWaOTiMLE WBM it riri. s iifie ms honiisnjMliI and nttnaMBg or parlor maid"; private ianilly; relenlnces given fail ur addiwas ue Tab t a w. ii at -tArATEI-KY A MBafaVf AStl O M,B w.-toan. a ituaikM a ciiawoVwaasM. cook ur Isnmlre. Call ur address tali u Sslesrvwnw ll te AV4M1sU--Y ,4 heWn?41tO idw.ar fcuu itwirt. bet Ai a- CULO auor udrs.iv AYS A COIAMMi WOM4K. A aid - la irivia CAB place to vuua axd W- U A -dre tt- H- ary at. Ale-aodtls. V. f AttTSV-MY A atPTABL iOL I eul. w-W to do : hjtno. ivA caer ol, itt-.tnv wat 'A8.TE-V 4 Mtans."fAJ.Lii DJl'M I ziwL a jy ttiafjaaa a I'nswuhiWfffiiM ht nrl i '-aiy " r -ddrM- V& hM -ta w Va'AN-Klt-Hr 4 hti,TAU! Oh-'O T tBn . a ulaee at oeaeh-'art in a crtvats S111!!!!. W4f-U Wtatytl AaVtt. W BaTOi.AW,! VXMa. V1TU Sea i p. war gaud e.atAr rv' - acd ar.t . jttU.ur.L't, 1 tic H.iT b! JIN j, . ' ' w -' 'is- .- - - Ptm KrtfW-HtW-. 1J01I rJT-1 rNWrtWfMlin WWstSj J? bath, heat nd Ms; 1!. T-nntre at K at n w sfter . oVIoclt , .11 tjOH KKNT-HW 1. 8T Jt .rtAJTrmitRbT I' fmnlshiBrl moms; sWtrte or enmlw: rar nace and srate flre ; near the PortlatM. Iif RRNT-4 Ft RTnmTJ TOO; lnlc y or en swte. naJWih at vjjt J -.. ., .n ... ,, SIT r- i ,sin nsni- ai isi h r, -' " ' n . tw. l,.Mk UI .m ,iM- nmrn teeMk hinf.sofn Irrtesred. Tj"OR BRstT-rtTTSLT trnNWBJtrFWlTT I' room with m ard (or tent M wife o- tvnts; also rmfnrritstiea mww With or wlh ont board MT irthttn w. 11 TTOW hE?tT- A TITTK FPHSWrtET. OH t ' J' fitrnlshed room, second story. 1"' "h n w w fTORl.KrlT-71. 1ITH St Jl W. lARttrt L front room, team h at; fnmlshl nicely Kent, tin per month. J" v irOR RBST-HAJtrO.YilT Fl'RStSrtKD V rootna, on second and third floors, with board Alo tnWe board at !. per month. llMethrtaw. Hit tpoR Rfurr-Two t.AtmB rSFtiniWrtEn I' com. rooms, a floor, sooth front fonrwln doTPS, heat. ess. hot bath 1 pon-he. ")il fl stnfrrefs. tint I?or RBrtT-wixortAi ()ttns parlors. I1 HIOtnw maybe rented at reason aMo rate, indndlne nest, tleht piano and at tendance, for cloeses, rendlnam, aoclettes and elnhs The tendlntt room and tlhrsry are open to members from , a m to W p tn. Monthly membership tVhet for abj at li brary MART I.rWIlA, ieretrv. S 1w T70R REST-NICELY FtTRNISnEDBAfK I1 parlor hedmomt heat and cm; nloe nehrhliorhood. Apply at 1 198 Wh st n w. 17011 RRNT-A 1AROB, NRWLY F1!R J' nlsled front nyom: southern exnosnre: Haa.heat and ne of parlor. Iltsq t n w FlURRNT- ftRVRRALIlRAirriKlTfannny room or floor of S rooms; nlceiy far nlshed; brick houee: excellent location; eon veulent to cars, si 19th at n w tt Flt Itr.NT MOUSPIH. P Oil RBNT-UNFURNISnKD- iil n w, 1r ftos 1411 Mass are. IT ra ami stable g te larr m st n w. n rs tnttrf ltWMstnw. 18r IMft) HKMftwKven w, 12r I W 11th it ex.. 15 rs Its (9 lew U m nw, it rs lit Il4tnw.t4rs mm J519 Omn ave n w,1l rs .... 91 7 1713 (stn w, 11 r 99 ITUOstnw.lI rs WW list r st n w. II rs ... M1 llOBtst n w, 11 ra 8 :eai atn w. lira mi) 1TW Corcoran st. 11 ra 75 f) 17M f 'orcoran st, 11 rs T5 tW ltsoNstn w. 10 r 89 M 11(6Hlbstnw.Sra XlifayetteSqnsrn. 15 rs Hot HonaMon st, lira 50 (0 IfWSMlistn w,7rs Bit) 109 7th stnw.at rami dw 1ft f) 14.V1 Florida ate. Srs 00 ear o s a w. s rs r i:illststnw.Srs woo Tbe aboTe hmes oan be exatnlaed by per. ratt trom our oolce only. THOMAS J. Flsnitlt A CO., MM Pat. n. W. TTOll IIENT-NKW STOKE AND DWELL L Ir tt on tho s w comer Uth end C ats a w O. C.UKBE.f. Ifl tw W7tbtn w. I7OK ItKNT-TWO UKAND NEW HIX I1 room Ira me houses, blah and dry loca Ue; ner chnrclie ami pnblto school In ilnlontown. Inquire of A. IlKIIItKNI), HSU sin w. I'OII HAI.K IIOUHK-1. mHrSALR-IN " ALEXANDRIA? SROOM 17 frame boose, Jaat htilshlnc; nydntnt In yard ; tot ltx 1 1; amir home: price. JMX). Ap fdy to KOUKIIT J. TIIOMAH. ltoom No. i, tit l&hat. l?OR HALE THREE OF THE CHEAPEST I? booses In Washlmrton. toS, lee and 110 11th at n c; two-story and basement, brown atone trlmmlum; ' room and bth: eleutrto hell aad gas; price, M.loo each, 1909 oash estaBee to autt or trade for eood lots. Dill MA I. II AND ItKNT. TEAL ESTATE BULLETIN THOMAS B. VATlAllAN, 917 F street.: Chances made Wedndav and Hatantay. STORY BRICK AND FRAME H0U838 FOR MALE. Cltto 63i Md sve w. b h. I r fleet) luto VA9 1 st a e. b h. tlr. ai SSt to W0 11th t ne. bli. Bra, Mil 15JM) HSOsts w. bb,7ra H.j trantJlltbtw. bb.iul. r.... W! m 1H at w, b b. 8 r , 5.0H8 SOT nnd iao Va are aad !MJ Mb at aad 3 unlMprovetl Ma. a e IS) ltottth at awl Ky are, bt0 aveand Ilstae 4.600 lew Itlut h. bli. S rs t,M0 StlloSaHDatae. f h.Sr lsj KHMB.1H16S Capitol t s w, f h.N.... tilsi aUlltbstae, bb.H rs .) tt Myrtle at ne. bit. 7r AS) etWsndtlllat se. f h,Sr t nattoinilMdave w, bb.tM AW IUK atne.f h.e r 1JBS WMyrtle tne. bb, Tr l.Ttt) Tl,ie,blsBd8Myrtletae,bh,7r.. l.TtO toil5Itne, bh.tr ijm WT to 31 1 t ne, bn,S M 1XJ Alley let Mb and Ttb, Q ami K Ms s a, i.h .r uee .mioihHi ae.th.Sr 10 S4(l staw.fh.tr MM WW Map st. bh,5r 1S1 taj to laWKstse, t h.Sreaab t.M 90 i lley beta aad tl.Mh aad th at .,lk,tn t.KU 7 , tllbtne.f h,4r IfiM 4MKt ae.f h.5r LOW Alley bet 4 and Mb, H aad 1 M w, 4) !! ..e sa)eeaesta M15-l Burke'aIlef,fh,treaob.... ! T llOai sve e, b h, it l totLst e, bb. rs SearKMB tw. I b. t r.. M HOUEBH FOR KENT. Per BMth, ftai E Cap t. T r mea BHU ltth at B w, r W I'tuwTpartS Hktaw.lr MM tiVaMdTva a e, r 17 M MlandSlttMhMBW.tr is ue tllstne.t r U tbOMdaveaw.Sr IS u Cbsiaplaiu sve, sesr ColunbU rd.tr. )'" 11 rljttr Court n w, 4 r W) ltrePatsw, 4r 9 () TOME. omCEtUMTO. Str and dw- 113 M st a w. Mm Set l Sir and dw 110 ltb st n w. 11 r 75 Ai aU. 1 Boor. 411 mh st a w M) itrauddwtrSuRta w.tr as ue atrsaddwt lt41Mstsm.tr SAW amuthst. room and mm itt and dtf UU OeTaf a w, T W ( Uallianf 4' t w till itsble rear UtT E t tt w... Uo SUbisrear'JlOMihst a 5 at LOAMti. la snaw to aatt at t nar asac hallaila. Issued ua the Ut asl lath. T E WtOOAVAX FOR AMt JHIOKLL.VNBOIM. Fi IE ALE- V OMEAT TEAM-HAY Mares. U WBJ1. 'Mphf if Bill. Bli,! Wu niaicse.i, iuiito(ars tan trot scwasiiiu aether, wall Uufcan stasis and double; not, afrsMul Ntsia. Adaie -KMslf D. OIL UTT, Adjiu lefferus tJoaaty. it. Y It tt Fit iALE-HjMK. DAYTOei AMD HAM DMstt Ul iSoud t. -Ii'1--. uwat dU,& WMAS So winter: . Addre tMlTas?Ct17 Alt MtAMMY TJ LUAX. WW UiAM OM MJtAL Sfcf4,f' ac hrlw MVTiTstav. JhlSasS W ss ll'lrjci as anal MBSV&fH. E oaunr. va tvi. -une LOAM OM MEAL BrAT aaVUMJTV. AT i AMi FEM t. 8 f 11UJSV TO LOAM JUL Insteau-taacit On Anu-oved hteeJ $. tt. V J 415 t airect Meuaber of ttttaStlurftua at. k yi.lmu.icr AU Ux-ial stotka aud scrir.acs fccagfct aut ' njatwsat waaasirase wntjaa9an w nana aaaMBBW. 9JE Et at a w. is i. i 9 aras i w '. .:,'.::riT- i pjke i i, . oiu-i m fcaesets- jwpas " 'W , l s. u. lUWUB). IW. ru (c Si .ISMrSr 1& IS 43 r&SSf&X iw-i&. Aw. LePro.t Eondios. JLJoW ntawtni hhk mm jnrrttr Axn pJitBnfp ma tin nut. .87tht.n.ir. apt sin st LY 4 rt. 1911 Ps. ?HASA1A5, RM a-, M.PmWllM Ttfiat. O. RtfJDLR, U ifth st n w. i.vrftj ft rrnxtruKtc. yi:lA!t.iemht. A .rr??ti.tK;rr prrrA-rrrt jfrTn. coe. h and O "ta. ntnn m:.th r. EnwARDg.siaBJtnJt.-ii: iahst n w. f. HArrrR6trTVii'g ith si sskiI;.. PABT nyBrjjtriSB rm torth r t ASAHRtMntOrW-n RRRW. ASTR. Del. .HLrC8WjSttf9 8-hsndt.t s.e , -.. triSsat! in, nj)-xi u i a w. 9 AI. MtRWIKO tt)..315h l. W. hi i) tr R. B. KtRR iRWonti. iiMtist a. by?, tit iwn st a w, urn. ii7 mnst a w. BOB ROLt 7.XK is 141 Y. ve. 1. R Rt'JftU IWltd fi.w. LRJ REWJI9TER, h and P. SVe. O. W. DRIVER, W. P. are. D. HAOKRTY, ISM Pa. ate. It.li.'ftY. ItNEtDRR, 118 1 St. h. W. lt7'7l.fK.. TnR ARUROTOR ROT. CO., -Rth and R n.w. ii iki:hs .i vf) f hvtkc nnxt:iis. i 11. HMnfOBR RIM 19th st a. w. .toll" STEl.NLl, 50B R. Cap St. iii m:n. rir;s: i v imnv. .1A8. r. OYSTER, Pa. ave. and 9th st. HJTt iii:hs. A. LOBFFI.ER, B-t Centre Msrhot TI104, T. KltARE 49 to St Centre Market. J II DUfcCIIKR.tEttoStt ContteMntket. RliW. lirHKiKB, m a centre Marttet. OTTO C Rl PI'RHT, 91 a Centre Mritet. A. .1. litl.nV, ta; ta Cmtre Market. ii i r icf.ct. OKO. 8. ATWATBR A CO . 111 IIMPa. are. it o ii r.v. .s o i mi hi ii ii ;.v. .1. II MOHAN. H9tb at. A L. IIAZJ.ETl.-e, fs;thst M. fTIHCKLA 1), 9 IM are. OKO. W. IIIC1I.7I7 Wsrket Space. HOW KM. A MtjHHAY.CO?tht n.w. JOUWC. WILLRS.jr .91K7lhat.n. W. T.. niILltHrS.4W7ths1 n w. .1 IKiou One I'rlre Mme lltwase. 7St ?th at. ATIt)NALII()TKLSllOBhTt)HB,t9il,a.aV. It WAl.KBK TVCRER, 1993 Pa. KTS. JOf A. HFI'lTTTI. Sir Pa ave a. e. M. OREBKIIAl'M. 11 M tU II I hints. HICOS.t CO.. P ave and Uth st. LEWIS hMIXsoM A ( i . Iflth and Pa. are CllllSON A MACARTTsKY, 1419 F at. IIATBMAN A CO , 1111 F at. n. W. W.M. MATMEACO ,51Slhst. woons ,v co . iionKt.n w LEWIS ( 1 BWKSIltlKY A CO , 1885 F. ft I ShH. CENTRAL NAT BANK, 7th st and 1-a. are. CITIZENH'NAT HANK, I5 ltth at. NAT. MhTIlOI'OLlTAN HANK, Bit 15th St. SECOND AT10NAtBoe7th at n.w. COI UM1IIA NATIONAL, 911 Y at. a. W. NAT HANK HEl'UHLIC 7th and 1) at. PAHMERV A MRCll.,SNAT.,cor,ManasUt. llHlhSi:l.l KUf A It ST.X rtOSItli.H M. BALLANTYNE A WINS. 4W TIB st. A. K IU.!MS,.Tlt7that.n W. W. II. VOMRlfOR MM r st. CHAPMAN A TAYLOR, IMS Pa. av. nw r uiri:ii:K i in ti.hr.lt. ALEX. MILLER. 1115 Ohio are. i .it., msns Asn mt txim: TO KA LON W INR CO , tit t Kit at. rnitMtr vnuHi.iTtns. M. C. WHSLAX, KXS Fat. I'ATIUir.ll. T. FRBUND. TWMh at. a. w. H. J.W KYMAK, lSSt ltth st vr.tn'iiiiuts. VltT01tEJtDLEH.M7fa7thaw,eoT.Ma av. M. KAUFMAN, orner Mb sad 1st. a. I. llAJM'l HHIK AHi.M-.Wt Pasve. 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