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FTHE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, M I'M HER 12, 1800.
AT THE MOSQUE W AT OF THE SELAML1K M TUB BOSPHORfS. It IS A HOLIDAY IN CONSTANTINOPLE Wkl lift OtftftMfa tf U IfftiUiftl rffem life DmUm LT FtW AS PEfiNlTTSe T 36t BlN !k Pfwtitta ttm is flmt 0stt f lbs PsIm to On Mfstre A It I lire tidy of th SntAinltK, wTVn tlto Sultan Eons to moqtra to sa, ml It la sranlnl to a few totokoM, from a eh&een vnntaee point, the cottnte nan fie of the commamler of the faith , Jul. Such a privilege t not to be un derestimated, for it la not often that Ilia Majesty shews himself In public; ami Ms devoted subjects for the most rrttt content themselves with rendering him the homage which human nature at all times Is ready to accord with Invisible duties. The calm and dignified child of Islam Is satisfied with the mere knowledge of the existence of the Pad ishah, his lord and master. In things temporal and spiritual. Hut It Is other wise with the Inquisitive and Irrepressi ble Giaour. He craves for ocular dem onstration, for personal inspection of dignities, and never Is so happy as when feasting his eyes on the Inslsslma corpora of august sovereigns. If he has been brought up in monarchical Europe he may perhaps be able to keen his feelings under some restraint, but If ho halls from the Democratic Yost ho often can set no bounds to his appellto for royalty. It becomes a consuming passion, which k-nvea htm no option but to obey its bohests. And though In this respect my Instincts are decidedly Mahometan, soys James 0. llotirchler, wilting from Constantinople, I never theless, on this occasion, felt as keenly desirous of beholding a crowned head as the most ItepubllcAn of our Ameri can cousins, for although there may be many thrones, principalities and now crs, there Is but ono Kballf, on I'aiI Ishab, one shadow of God, ono refuge of the world. And so I hastened to prnvldo myself with credentials en nbllng roc to behold this Illustrious per sonage. A card from one of the foreign am hatsatlors admits the privileged specta tor to tho kiosk, whence the member! f the diplomatic body and their friends look down upon the procesdon of the Sultan as t wends Its way from the gtcat gate of the Ylldlz palace to a inonmc which stands ou the slope of a hill some few hundred yards away. It was already noon on a bright day when I landed on the European shore of the Ilosphof us, at n point not far from where the splendid palace of Dolma-Daghtche, tho principal residence of the Sultans, overlooks the blue waters of the lovely straits. This stately edifice stands empty since the dethronement and mys terious death of Abdul Aziz; his brother, the present Sultan, who was In tho palace at the time, has since then never entered Its gates, and has fixed his abode nt tho Ylldlz KkhIi. a summer residence of tho imperial family, which crowns tho heights above. A narrow lane leads up the hill, and this I followed, making my way among the motley crowds, the dogs, the oxen, the panlered donkeys and all the varied forms of life which throng a Turkish street. Here and thero detachments of soldiers were standing nbout In groups, as though In expectation of an Immedi ate rail to fall Into line; ami already tome regiments of cavalry, preceded by bands, were advancing in a long line toward the summit of the hill. As I approached the scene of the grand cere monial the military element became so predominant that scarce a civilian was to be seen. Having shown my card of admission, I passed through a cordon of soldiers drawn up along the route of the procession, and was conducted to a small building consisting of three rooms, with some half dozen windows overlooking the road. Directly in front was the Hamldye mosque, which was to be the scene of the Sultan's devo tions. In the rooms were assembled several diplomats, pashas ami other notabilities, while groups of ladles is highly fashionable costumes occupied the seats near the window. Among the most interesting figure a the as f embly were the papal e ra to th I'orfe, who looked reatar . .My digal tin! in tbelr berettas and i o( buck and purple. liut the atmosphere was hot and (verpoweilDg, and, with tbe tueaptloa if the foituste ladies whs Ailed tbe wisdowr, few of ue could obtain a view of the gay scenes without. So I left the rooms ami took ay stand upon a pleasant space of greensward outside the doors, shaded by acacia trees, and slightly elevated above tbe road. Here some dozen diplomat sad Turkish officers were cliaUIag la group or strolling to nnd fro. The seas v a brilliant and interesting one Before us the Ilauiidye Mosque, with its highly ornamented while walk aad uilaareU, stood gleaming U tbe sua, at its doors was a bead of Uumnetar. la gorgeous costume, together with a boat of court officials aid eunuchs, while tbe reel of the courtyard around was nUtd with smart looking troops. To tbe right, at a com shier able distance, was a cordon of infantry, aad beyond it a threefold liae of lancers oa horseback, w hose scarlet psmnoas, waving ia the winds, almost concealed from view a small crowd of the Sul tan's faithful subjects, who had cowe to catch a remote aad somewhat ob structed icliiupse of their sovewiga. To the left was tie lofty gale of the Ylldlz Kiosk, while the roadway leading Ire It was lined with the tweet looking body of men I have seen ia the Turkish service, the regiment of auuiaera, ar rayed ia a malum recalling the British sailor of the reign of George III- a short blue jacket with brass buttons, white breeches aad high black boots, close beneath us were the Arab zxtaves, Mill wore picturesque In their loose How lag garment and gayly colored luxhaas. Most of thee were good humuxed looting youths, who sat used themselves white standing t mm wish some wild frolics not exactly la tacacd ance with strict military iMsciaUae. But soon the order to ihomhhjr arms vas gtven. aad it was evident that th trnt event of the d was about to take lace. A ausahcr A niilHejrjr otlren, itMlcndentla blue aad gold, laaesiisd ..i ,l. great gale of the blloa and he ,.10 Ucaccud the hill, acuMupsJued by a ii of palace cOiclnU. swarthy tunurris arrl slim fnom,n, whor line frock coats, blark trouew and polhhpd boots seemed hardlT In keeping with tb taswlerl rid i t "th- fl'y "rtental feature Inthnr .-.tnrro Filled with IntereM in tho nj.prom hlnc ceoe, I be gan to congratulate mywlf on my fortu nate posttf'in, wblfh enabled me to command a view of th entire llrre of lonie Butatthl moment an otrl;lal appwtnl and politely Informed me and my companion that w must withdraw Into the adjoining house. No foreign garb, no civilian contain, must mar the unity of the mlHmry dfaplay on which tire Sultan's eye wm prewntly to ,aee. Loath and reluctant. I retired Into the In t, crowded room, where, standing on tip-ton, I endeavored to catch a tllmpw of the pageant thmvnrh the Interstices in the forest of artificial flower, fratbers, lace and other appara'm of the feminine headgear which adorned and blockaded the windows. Yea. It wea all very beautiful, that asottment of tthmi, those flutterlnc ribbons, those bnbMng enprry heads set among corn flowers sira ears of wheat, ami yet I had the bad tntte to think that the Interest of the picture before me was somewhat diminished by tbe superabundant orna mentation of the frame. a Flrtt came a long line of covered car ilagcs each drawn by a pair of hand iome horses; by the side of the coach man set n Nubian eunuch, while others of these dusky attendants followed on foot. Within were costly veiled figures the female members of the royal family; among them the Sultan's mother, tbe greatest lady In the Empire. What vis ions of n strange secluded life were sug gested by these mysterious forms, these shrouded denizens of an unknown world with Its hidden scenes of intrigue and jealousy, of triumph and despair. From the window of one of tho carriages a fresh, beautiful young face, entirely un veiled, peeped forth with large, wonder ing eyes At the military spectacle. There was something strange and touch ing In this appatltlnn, as when one sees nn exquisite tlowor blooming alone In an arid desert. A pause followed, and then the Sul tan's carriage appeared, an open barouche drawn by two splendid cream colored horses. On tho front scat sat two distinguished military ofllcers, Kafyk and Osrrmn Pasha, tho latter tho hero of Plevna; alone on the seat op posite, arrayed In n Held marshal's uni form, sat the Sultan, a man of somewhat less than middle height, with a sallow complexion, n short, dark moustache and beard and melancholy eyes, which seemed to glance from side to side with n nervous, apprchcnslva expression. He returned the salutes of tho soldiers In a somewhat mechanical fashion, nnd never onco raised hla eyes to the win dows from which wo looked. Thero were no loud huzzas to bo responded to, no crowds of loyal and excited spec tators craving for a bow or a smile. All was silent but for tho sharp click of the rifles as the soldiers presented arms, far beyond the lino of bayonet before us we could only see the green sward and plantations of the imperial garden, as destitute of human life as some sindy stretch of Sahara, There was n time when the Sultans used to drive through the crowded thoroughfares of Con stantinople on the day of the selamltk, but the occasions on which Abdul Ham Id II. has shown himself In the streets of his capital might be counted without much difficulty. The procession passed Into the court yard of the mosque; the officials bowed thtlr heads to the oar th, nnd the Sultan, leaving his carriage, ascended a narrow flight of stone steps leading up to the private gallery, or rather box. In which he performs his devotions. No Chris tian is permitted to attend the service, so we spent the Interval In conversation, while tea was handed around by tho imperial servants, In about twenty minutes' time the Sultan was seen de see idlng the stone steps alone, as he had gone up; a phaeton with a pair of smart ponies was substituted for the state carriage, and His Majesty, taking tbe reins, drove tapldlv up the hill to tbe gate of the Yldlz Kiosk, while tbe whole crowd of officials, eunuchs and servants raced on foot after their master's equipage. A Turk In a hurry is an unusual sight, but a crowd of dig nified 31olem officials scampering helter-skelter up a hill is indeed a singular spectacle. So Interesting did I nud it that I mounted a crazy cane chair In order to obtain a c tear view over the summit of a Duchess of Devonshire bat In front, topped with snowy feathers. As the great gate closed over tbe Sul tan's retinue I became Feasible of a tremulous motion beneath my feet, ac companied by a creaking souad. but I draw a veil over the catastrophe that followed. It was attended with some inconveniences, but I bore them cheer fully, for had I sot seea the Suites? THE GROWTH OF LONDON. The Cll) I 1'ive Time a I.rg Nuw u It Was in 1800. m UU ItoUury. We are too frequently distKMed to think of the rapid growth of our American cities as Merely incidental to the Mttleweat of a new country, and to regard tbe European cities as old and stationary. It Is true that their nuclei are ancient, but so far at the greater part of tbeir built up area 1 concerned they are almost or quite as new as tbe Aauwi isa Lilies. They, like our own popula tion centers, have grown unprecedeatiy in recent decades as the result of modern transportation and industrial systems. Thus London today Is Ave time as large as it was at the opening of the present century Krom MO.OUO at that time, the population of I-oadoa grew to 1.500,000 in 130. aad iy 1 it had in creased to 3.5UO.00O. Since 1W it has more than doubled. The pr eseat sovereign has witnessed a gala of 300 per cent, or mote since she began to reign. There aw three or four dwelling houses now for every one that was visible at the daw of her coronation. In the last forty years from 2.000 to 2.5O0 miles of aew street? have been formed ia London. Who, studyinK the gsowth of foreign cities, can doubt the continued growth of our o8t London is not an exception. All the other great towns of Knglend have grown up as If by magic within this century. The same statemeat applies to those of the Continent Pari M Ave times as large as U was ia the year low), Berlin has grown much more rnxadly tba Paris, VWnna has MpeswVed maisei oukly since lm Thai is a dJQissstns; but I shall continue kt enough further to reaanrh that sa ? x ami aatifrm of tha causes which have buist ue these Eitco pean centres easily Justus the Judg ment that Bon) of our titensy hmding AmwhM cities has begun u apesoacS its mnmyni siae. 'nx iMt Shm Yort . - lnd you call me a rich losier"" No, awe. I vy tul tchgwainted vuh ut American tongue. I meant to M thatvouwereanehhehar ' KSMc IMEfeSWfrlA, HIUSWK'W UUMi HWMUUI. iUiLtlcnkKiiu tllir tuule Genuine hs Static jfcuk (Uti iuMl tei lu m u ratine. P0WDER1J8 REPORT. IHS MASTS WWIKMAK OF THE K. W L, ISSTJft IIS ADDRESS. Trtntj--rift tr r the rtr X(l- menmi MetWrW KtenmmeiHtort. Stftkft UtrrfatMI-!trinrT. General Matter Workman Powderly of the Knights of Let hftt Just issued the twenty-Ant annml report of that organization. The order ia now In g ewe ml sjtemMy at Denver. In his re port Mr. Powderly call attention t the humble origin of the order ami the objects It then hml in view. He say "At first the wage qneetkm stood above all othtio, then workshop regulation became a theme for discussion, and Anally the eternal and undeniable rights of man to everything that his Creator drr w from the depths of the earth came up before our order. We have friends by tbe million who are not members cmr principles deserve their aid. We have enemies bitter unrelenting ene mies ami rUbt well we have earned their enmlly." Tbe report dlrcueees the relationship of the order to the tariff question. It says: "We have not, as an order, adopted a tariff or anil-larlfT clause in our preamble, and I do not advise such a thing now." Mr. Powderly then goes on to urge that the assemblies of the Knights be thrown open to the discus sion of tho tariff to which heretofore they have been closed. He urges this as a necessity, because the question is not one which suouui belong to political parties, but "it Is an economic question, and there Is not a household In the civilized world Into which Its shadow does not Intrude Itself." WORK TOR I.BOtSI. VTIOV. Speaking of legislation and the work of the legislative committees of the or der, tho report says. "Half-way meas ures and sectional schemes should not be advocated by our order, and In future whoever represents this order In such a capacity should bo requlrod to work In close communion with the commlttcos of the Farmers' Alliance on the great questions of land, currency nnd transportation reform." Fully "nine pages of the report are devotod to a re view of the New York Central strike, and is execptionably bitter on the news papers In the towns and Cities along the line of tho Vandcrbilt system, and charges that tho press was Influenced ngalnst tho order. Tho letters of M. W. Leo of D. A. !M0 to Powdorly, with his replies, ore given terlxiUm. He admits having written a letter to some person saying that If tho organization on thu New York Central could be preserved until the World's Fair thon that com pany would not be able to refuso any just concession. IIu, however, dis claims anv Intention of conspiracy, but be says, "If 18011 should be the best year to gain what Is Just and right and proper for labor, nnd n flat refusal should be given, why that would be the best year to strike, and not a time when no preparation had beeu made." DKCI.AUtM AHA INST STKIKRd. He declares against strikes, 1ml pie ids their utility. "Ho long as bdnr quietly submits to every Indignity she will have no hand but her own raised in her de feme. When driven to desperation she strikes, then thousands lly to arms to offer advice nothing more." Iteplying to editorial criticism, he says. "If Co lumbus had no higher niplratlons In view when be discovered this land than to have men working from dawn until dark for ninety cents and a dollar, his memory would not be deserving of many 'glad shouts' from the working men of this nation." Again Mr Pow derly reverts to the press. CIIAI10E9 imitlBKY AMI COKtllUTION. He charges bribery and partiality. He asserts that "a combination of capital ists may organize to steal millions, and tbe erealer part of the press of America is either blind to the fact or else attempts to show that It will be a great gain to tbe nation," He continues ''So far m our case being put before tbe world through tbe medium of that part of tbedallypress Is concerned, It will never be done, and tbe voleano will coutlnue to smoulder until Its lava burns Its way Into oars that would not otherwise open to the voice of justice." Mr. Powderly recommends yearly meetings of reformers who are promi nently Identified with industrial affairs, for the purpose of discussing the Issues of tbe day. He says- "Let u invite land reformers, tariff reformers, cur rency reformers, transportation reform ers, trade unionists, social anarchists, socialists, aad, together with the Knights of Labor, let them discuss the issue of tbe day from tbeir own stand point." Mr. Powderly declares himself for woman tulTiage. He says- "Woman U obliged to work the same as man. She contracts debts and pays bills, she owns property and she U swindled out of It, she has to obey the laws aad ha to break them, she wuM look on and see ratcale elected to office, and has no voke in their selection, although the evil results of their election will fill a heavily on her as oa aiiy one else. We ask in'our preamble for equal piy for equal work, but will never get It until ve have manhood enough to plsce the weapon in woman's bands with wkl h to punish the oflenders against law, de etney, order and good government. I recommend that we ehange the twentieth clause In the preamble to read 'to secure for both sexes equal rights.' Let us be manly enough to demand for her the same rights tbtt man enjoys " IIu tba BjkU. Traak. mm UU 1UmUtMa item The PwetaMMK tm deserves credit as the gfst hagh tariff argan to astcetve the signiicence of mat week's elections, ami to call on Wayihttrsas to retreat. It recognizes that this particular specu lntioa U ended, aad that the people will not stand such a tax as that on tin plats, whose ' "only effect would be to enhance the price of tin to the consumer with out enlarging the industrial capacity of the country." Congress will have to repeal this tax, and It would be wise, the JVm dedaies. that "the motion should be made aad carried out by the Rtpubikaas" at the approaching ses sioa. iaemseoithsHHkttune , But Isssnr than these no i iv. w the chaehs ones pais aad hollo , And tiwl he thawlfni I sty. that the rose of aeahh and bspoutess Wfsani out sejaia to-day, last is what uowj a mau taels uk. j utg, when be sea suss iwewher of hu fsnidjr rssiorid to hselan slter a tone sad wssalasT tUnea. In many aoussjsohl here swymsoni who seam to be fsiWag out of nfw slowly. There 1 a umecal Oemuty that htdirstas a lavh of vital force. The blood teems to b Wood only In color. There i often s dry, hart cough. Night brings M tebeUag sleep. Ttu cheek gavwsthuaedpe). What shall bs done to vsxd if diaesse, which U uutkwg slow, but sure eSTurU loseciue anotbitf vlctfiu' Let me tell ou. tint Or. Herce's uoldea Utdu.l Diriuicr), tul a.'tli Uu.' eiuuujr wixh u Taete is yVi She it iu build una Weakened Stc4Usnl reeUMe loatvi t2it) It i luuat Houdci(J Uuli vi-i-r IHl u.i ilUlnLhc ui UuOj i uiirkr MRS. LESLIE HD K "LECTURE. Tl TVW A IMfttortftr twr-w Iff A my small audience, cownTgMng of abont 2W ptoplc, swembled hwt etw lag at Lincoln Mmie Hall to hwj Mr. Prank Leslie lertrrre trpon twf "Royal Lenders of Society " The toe tore dtd not come off, however, for th uly after o'clock Mr W. .t-Sliit-ttgh, the local manager, anntmmseu that Mra. L slle wontrl m appear. The cause of m-r non-appearance wws WW to have been a disagreement belwweii Mr. Muttsgh aid Mr. W. M. Wy, the representative of Mts. Iiewle's manager. . Mrs. Islle returned to the IMggs Hmre, where ahe received ft large twm b r of visitors during the erenlng, and exprteseri her retret at the mlsnnder standlng abont the lecture and the disappointment It hml occasioned. Mrs. Leslie leaves to day d will lertnre In Portland, Providence anl Baltimore. Editor CriHe: A grare Injustice was , none ntn. rrnnn ucsuo insi nigui in Lincoln Hall br Mr. W. J. Miirtagh, who announced that Mrs. Leslie "re fned to lecture." This statement un explained Is misleading, tbe real cause being that Mr. Miirtagh did not meet the provisions of hU contract re quiting "payment on demAitd." As the representative of Thearle Pelham, managers for Mrs. Iestte, I made the demand at 3 80 p. m., ami at Mr. Murtagh's solicitation extended It to 6.80 p. m., ami further until S p. m. In the presence of witnesses, who hail now become familiar with the agree ment, he declined to carry out his part of it, but offered to Iseue a check to morrow. .Mr. alter 1'ratt and mt. Ed. Droop. Having broken faith wllh me twice In a few hours bis word was not a whole some Indication that be would do so. In conformity with the contract I was therefore obliged to refuse Mrs. Leslie's nppearanco, ami must now employ other means to enforce our claim. Mr. Miirtagh has been treated with every possible consideration, but the ar bitrary nature of a contract has limited my action to the course adopted. Mrs. Leslie Is personally distressed at tbe disappointment, but it should be understood that her manager, and not herself, direct the course she must pur sue. Wm. M. Fi.ynk, llcprcsenttng Thearle it Pelham, Chicago. III.. Washington, D. C. Nov. 12, 1800. DAUGHTERS OF THE EYOLUIION. An lntftntlne ftlrctlnc I.mt Mlctit Which Mr. Ilnrrlnon Attended, The Daughters of the American Rev olution met last evening at 1'rofeswr and Mrs. Cabell's residence, 1 100 Massa chusetts avenue, to complete their irganl.atlan. Mrs. Harrison, who Is j resident of the society, was present, I ut yielded the chair to Mrs. Cabell In I'efTcrence to the fact that the immlmrs t f the association were her guests. The i lection of Mrs. James K. Polk, Mrs Thomas A. Hemlilcksand Mri. Admiral Potter as honorary vice presidents was announced. Mrs. Flora A. Darling In an Interest ing address encouraged the widely and thanked the gentlemen of the advisory board for the assistance which they had lent them. The motto "Armor Palrin," signify ing the "love of country." ami an In slgna consisting of a teapot ami spin ning wheel were adopted upon the sug gestion of Mrs. Secretary Walworth. Mis. Cabell, In answer to a request from severe! strangers, outlined the ob ject and alms of the society. A num ber of relics were accepted from a de scendant of Colonel Itobert Washington, tbe confidential advisor of President Washington. At the conclusion of the meeting an Informal reception was held In which Mts. Hirrlson was the central figure. Tho officers of the oritanlzttlon are: President genera, Mrs. President Harri son, vice president general in charge" of organization, Mrs. Flora Adams Dar ling, vice presidents general, Mrs. David I). Porter. Mrs. William D. Cabell. Mrs. II. V. Koynton. Mrs. A. W. Greely. Mrs. F. O. St, Clair. Mrs. G. Ilrowne Goode, Miss Mary Desha, and Mrs. William C. Wlnlock. Tbe secretaries general are Mrs. Ellen II. Walworth and Mrs. S. P. llrecKlnrhige, the treasurer general is Mrs. Marshal McDonald, and the registrars general Miss Eugenia Washington and Mrs. A Howard Clarke. Thu advisory board of gentlemen are Mr. G. Ilrowne Goode, chairman, Colonel Marshal McDonald, Mr. Wil liam 0. McDowell. General II. V. Itojnton, General Marcus J. Wright, ami Mr. Watson L. Gill, secretary. A feoaltr or lleauty. frin tkt .Vi I'M u 1 wUli I were an ugly child' My Hf is misery. Because wy mother, sweet sud wild, Is always "Bilajc" m. Married. HOWAKIV-HHBLAN-At !Vri.lMMr N Y-. fepteattMr ir. UN. by lbs kWv. 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CLunh Her telatlte and (riead ate r. n.UuUjr lBited to attend VUM ALK VlWK44bMUiV T?W wtdJf-tMTc ; or u JtM Jj aoaiie. s rooj ;,S A4MUM 1AKX. PI u TMinlB' V ..HtATTBAJl SUY Mar--, At av white -.tend us hand hitch ''' at.ael lull tosum .ttotrut itsi;- -1 father sail bruheu idacle anttduubie 4ftidof milUtUi: AddreMJOaX L LETT A u- M .uCiuatj N INFANTS CARDS, A Ct Mint rt m Anwewweti an infant's HTtrh. fvm th, A r Terk WH4I, X fa a recr-nt an.' wMeninf rnwvowi to hwwownce the birth f a child by eeml !tn rnt a mull card v. . h It baptismal wwlre In full upon it, a'r th date of Its Mrth In the lowet left hanrl comer. It h Inclowd In an entnlopn with its jnoiheT card A baby ia thw only nn titled peron to whom etnnetYe petinfts a card that hM not Mr , jtrs. or Mi wpnn It If vlits are not prjmiWn a catrt with ' rontratuhtlon" written upon the upper hft comer la at owe snwt. iwl drtswd to the mother. mmammm rrtot'onAt.s. nROTOSAtil KAt.BirHOr09Ab WH.L J I rectlred by tMs tnfrtn5t nut" H o'elork a m , on MtWftAi. ovinlln 17 1. tor fnrntshMK trw chetnfeat mrWon with apparatus aim nenltes for the re niatndcr of the entreat d'oal jear A list of the ar-r-aratns and rannlte drttrei and all npewmry mronimimn io oraarri wm no ra niro The I nth1 hy the Chemist of thr n-rrMitnient The Briviiree In twrved to order nv iwMI- ttonai items accented on the mme term ami aim to reject any or all bl J or to nooept any part of the Md offered J M Rt'SK, 9kt tsry of AaTlmltnre it W TliKPOT Qt'ARTKRMASTKH OFFtrB, J WMrifton, D f Xr. 1. lane. reeled propi l. In trlpllt ate otihjejt to tmial tofidllloe-.. will be received here nntll 11 o'elotk a m. I,SMBRK 10, 1SW, and then cpet ed. for fnrnlnhltic. dnrtm the l x wonth (ommenclnr Jannaty t, ISM. and trrthir .tune an ll. men toraee, straw and bran a may be reunlred rrefentnee will be alree to article or dome-tic prolnci Hog or matnfaetara, conditions nt equality and prices (Inrlndlnc In the price ol fotelan tirotinrtlon or nmnnfactnres the dnty thereon) belne eqnal All Information re qnlred will be fninl'hed nn applleatlon to thH office. Envelope' eontaleln pmpooil sht nhl be marked "rropoMils for Foraae and Straw." aid nddresn-d to O. B. 1)A51)T, rJepnty Qnartetraaster General. V.a A. notaet SI'KOIAI, NOTI0B3. frSSSr-OI'FIrKOF COLt.RCTOROFTAXBS, " Wdtrlet of Colnmbl, Waihlneton, p. P., Oetober SI. 1W0 Tax payera of the IHitrlct will take entire that the nmlersUrc ed has revetted the dnpllvatr of nt emenui of tbe taxes for the year end In June 30, 1991, and will be ready to receive payment of tare at tbe office from and after the flrt day of NOVE.MHEK, 1M0. One-half of raid tsx In dne November 1. ISM. the other half Mar 1, 1WI. tin o ranch of the flrtt half of MU taxes Oue November, 180, as shall not be pahl durlnc eald month, a penalty of two (S) percent, will be mMed on the flrudavof oath succeeding month thereafter nntll the ninth paM, or otherwise proceeded with as IhelawdlreeM. 1 he la w lmpoe a like pen alty for rmBpayirent of eeotxl half, due Mar 1, im. ir not pakl within mM month of May. K. Q. UAVlJ. Cotleotor of Taxee, D.O. Bst. g3W-KSKH(H2Kn MOMKNTOM KNCIINK. THE SAME IIOHiK rOWKR FOR 0-TtN.Tll THKCOAL. WOHKINfl AT BBNNINS'S.P.O. octe-is grA cAiin. MR. JOHN RYAN. cvmR, Invites the dreeeyieatlemen to call at KKBN'fi, til JHath Ktreet, al place thtr order for a irt elaei aarnaent. oalS-lm 3fl'EKT HRUKVHP. DH.WHITK, CUIHOPODIST, 14K renna. are., opposite Wlllard' lintel. Tbourands from far and near visit lr. White's establbliment for relief from aad avoMance of corns, bunion, dtteased Balls and all ether foot troubles Hours. 8a. ra. to p.m. t-UGdays. S to IS. Ufflee fee, II per visit for nttlDK the feet In Rood order. UtabllUd. 1, . T3irT.ADIE8 I.ADlKX.1 LADIbWI SSSr j(. jicCSSery Is the osly hat and bonart frame manufsoturer Is the city. Call and see her new shape. llteaehtM and Grrstlair. Mraw and felt bats altered to the itest styles. Orders rOBpUr attaeded to. tfJ. WILLIAM LEE tSaeceasor ta Itearr Lse's Saae), UNDERTAKER. MS PA. AVE. N. W.. tkxith Bids. Braaeh Office, 4M Marylaad are. s. w. KBf-wnY :not have yoch shirts S--1 madebyoaeorthenoet eelebrtited Salter la Amerleat Prtes Has as tbose third-rate eotters ehaxiw. P. T. UALL, SOS F KB W. tVANTKIlllHI.. w TANTED-A WHITE OIHL FOR OBV- erat uooseworK in taauiy ocz. air wo t nvr. IMf TANTBB-A OKKMANGIHL FOR OEM t oral housework 1b a fatal! F of j. Call T bet. 11 a a aad p m at 17S5 Mth K a w. AV yANTBnA WHITE WOMAN FOR HHN ra aoswewora Aptwy at n. rANTBH-A GIRL TO PO UBNBRAL hoesework for a ssaall faadly . Apply at raw wh t aw. that AV TANTEO-A 1,1 UL Ft) St OBSBKAL l housework : so washbw or Iroaiae. Pall atMSSthataw UH AV JANTSD-AKELIABLB WOMAN WITH 1 mod feriu.ea: uuiable of ceaeral koUM! work, ran Sad a good hosae la a aoiall amlly.lairae 17Hhtw list lrANTBfi-G001 WOMAN TO COOK aad II do oeaerl housework tor a f aastly ol out brlu grod rvfereoee and stay Bight Antdr ltOilt a w 11 rANBO--A FIHST CLA-4S CUAMbMCst staid aad waitrees for family cat two, wust 00 home aiebta. Pall, with rersrenoea, het and r. at IMS lath at, MMt 7ArKI-A QKslMAN UIKL POM UBK- aral honsework inaasnall faodry; wes SIS. Sit B st a wit -rAsrTKB-A NEAT WOMAN TOtXMM. 1 1 wbm uaa iron in ia. Hi Lareb H l Irolt Part wash aad lroa in family of i Apply sv-js -yANTB-A WUITB tiUU, TO VUkkSI child of 5 atul help with aoaaework.. waaje its a month , reference required. Ap- wit ply Mt Sam a -ATMtTIB-AGIBLTO DO HOL'SBWOnJC tor a small faasilj. nuial has reference and star aihu IMC 9th a w. lot lBSSSSBSaBBBSaBSSaBaSBaBHBaBBS9BB9BSB9S9BSS99: WAhTKil-felTl'ATIMaii. ArAiTBlA PLAl'BTO COOK AND As t slat u wasbla sud iroabts; t'all or ad dmsw lias Vntoa Court a w Ut 7 AVTKO-bY A YOTaUs LADY OT FAIR t education, tmyluj meat ol agme kkfd. AddtessSSttatstse kMt -ArANTBD-BY A ViDY. SITPATIOSJ A t coyyiat or to teach beelnnwt laajtsh. relereace exihaaed Addrew kU. OIB sox. Bet bU. noat'cu . m uu TS'AoiTBD- BY A BaWPtSTABth WHJTB it girl, a place ash amaw and eBdliK or parlor maid, private (easily; reXecenaes itiTes Call "T addres. IHf Tth st a w list UAbTD-Y A mWmfmVTAMLBOM.0 woman, a UtuaJlon a chaniiwrmaiil oJk or IMie. Call or address ItU Ue bale row a W lilt rANTSI-a A KSSPEPTsUMJC UM.U ! woman, waehuijj to do at aome cau or leaaSSyilruok'sTourt bet il and Sd. mil tlfi and P aU a W U-3t A 7 ANTIC-BY A MfcPsVTAJaLB COL'O sjrL ws.hm to do at hiaais; uos) refer aU wabhw to d ! taiiti at n w WW 4ATKAtiVA.tA 1HHsV leVW iHWW I tUOWh WtTsl nower. nuod nlmUot tertosssl tfat- elaSS WBWWhlO, tu taw KM9T hVUJWhW. tor at kssysaMs to tsm-aass ssaaata. Apply to wTtlaum auiTCstuw. ass Pot Bu-distf ur WANK SUoUlUt, aiur.a ron ytrvT woo.wi. rpriTl HKNT-J IAW.F 1 INBI.T 1 tV V Ishrd onfrrnlhtd room nn Sd ttnnr lTorwom on 8d floor Apply HMtth a W OKRBIT aw 11TB ST 5 T. 8t, tt and r I. oniMfnl sd story front tnwme, witt; ral;piodnctsrtehrrom the farm, wrt JMn RUST-157 CnLWJtWA T. Ft R ' nfrried or nattnMheWi sttTtable for rtrrnTn Pail af rer S n . is it I.T RaHT-1 rsFrm rttatro Ro: V bath, heat and mts; f. n t n w arter i nviooit. II M I.-'OIt HRWT-ISM h ST W, t.Vi1HOlELT P fnrBiTerfroonw;nrrlofJ snm; rav nf e and rrate fires; Bear the Portland I? . RNt- rTItittnitin 1WOM9: lnto r or en snne wt; mh St. M TjlR RBWT-AT 1SI JT W. OR t iar(re, nanasomw, an wrj ; hoar I li It it desited I .OR REKT-WrtTH.T frRKWUBn FROVT ' room with hoard for 1WK and wife or sent:honnfnrnhlwd fowns with or wi'h ont board II It trrR nitsT-A stcr riTiwtnn nn t J' fnrnlshed room, mmtA story KM i-h t n w J I.-OR RENT-T17 11TH T IS W. LROR I front room, "team h at fnmUhtl nl-el Went. i per month. wv 1TOR RBirT-HANrHftMBIT FORStSBBO rroome, on uroond and third floors, with board Alo table board at sn per month. TIMtthst n w -t t?OR RRNT-TWO t.AROR rNFrRntSHBO J com rooms, l floor. onth front, fowr win dows, heat mu. hot bath. porches. 911 ? t n w; refs lat ITOR RBNT-WJMODAfOttrS TARLOR', J1 lew B t n w may he rented at reneon able rates. Inrlodlnc heat, llabt phtnoandat tendance, fur claeees, reedlmr. soemtlem and rlnba The teadlne room and library are open to members from 8 a m to M p m Monthly membership tickets for sale at II brary. MART DBBHA. "Jeemtarr frlw FOIl HUNT IIOUSFH. F R HKNT-UNFtmNlgHED- 1S M st n w, 15 rs tM St 14M mass are. 17 rs and stable, o ev 1SS7 M t n w, 1.1 r t$7 WMitEw.iin mm 1417 Mass are n w. IS rs lfW lltbstex.. 15 rs 1S 89 unnstnw, ltrs ill on 114 list n w. 14 rs wro ISIS Putin are aw, 11 rs 1 ST 17lSQtnw, Mrs MM 17150stnw,11 r SHOO l',rstn w. 11 rs -... in (J nt n w. 11 ra SB W lass I st n w. 14 rs ... M si i;at Corcoran st, 11 r 75 (M 171 rorcoran st, 11 rs 75 09 I4S0 N st n w. W rs B0 00 lHSHtbstnw.lrs Lafnrette Pnere. 15 rs ltoi Movent on st.tra on I'SOSMhstn w.7rs is 09 I"7thstn w, sir aad dnw "" 14MFlorl.laave,8rs 00 air t st a w. a rs isoo KSI Slst st n w. t rs 1909 Tho above bou-es enn be examlaed by per- toll Irom oar odkoonlf. THOMAS J. FISHER A CO., lawFst.n. w. 17011 HBNT-NK'.V STOItK AND DWBLt. X1 li goo the sw corner lth and C stssw O. C UKBRM, lft-lw 3W7thtn w. F0K HKNT-TWO 11RAND NEW SlX room Irame boases, blch and dry looa thn; near chnrches and public school In t'nlontown. Inquire of A. 1ISIIHKNU.4WH stn w. roll HAf.K IttlUHRt, Fit BALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. S HOOM frame house, last flnlsblng; nrilrantlB yard; lot ISxllS: anns borne: prloe, t. Ap ply to 110B&KT J. THOMAS, ltoom No. S, Stt ltth st. T?OH 8ALE-THHEE OF THE CHEAPEST J booeea In Waeblncton, 108, 19 and 1W 11th st n e; two-story and basement, brown stose trlmmlnm; 7 ruome aad bath; eteotfle bells and aae; price. $00 each, JMW eash Balance to suit or trade for good lots. rillt MAI.K AMI ItKNT T5EAL KwTATK HPLLBTIN THOMAS X. WA(,OAMAN, 917 F street.: Chantree made We.1nee.laTa and Batardays. S-hTORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUBEtl FOR HALK. 1018 10th tnw, bh, ml. 10 rs S15.noo tnw.MstB w. bh.ltrs !,oee artll stn w. bh.ml.Mr S.(o USHStlitta w.bb. 9 rs &Att tH ItottBdary st n w, f h.8r 7.1M SMIstBw.lih. lira S.!io HISTst, bh.7rs S.( MSMbstB w. bb.mi.Mr 4,7'0 mil ana 7th t, bh, water, Sra -1.5m USSSbthatBW, bh.Sr 1.900 S-STOHY IIRICK ANT) FRAME UOUttEH FOR HALS. Mints w.bb. IS rs Itsjxx SIS (1st aw. bb,7r W lilt and HIS Sth st s w, b b, 7 rs, aad 1 f hrear C.COS 4MaBd4t311lhtw. bh. ml. rs.... i&e 0taiMl4i8 Capttolatiw.f b.Srs.... Jw S4andS4IMstw. f h,4ni S.S00 lesfttonMtMdareaw, bh. Srs X.OM 94 O st a w. f h. 5 r US KMbCapst, bh. Sn 1.SW 90S alley bet (1 and H. th and Mtb U w.fb.7r 1.W8 Alley bet 41 and Sth, It and I U s w, 4 rs V SlS-15-i; Burks' alley. f h, 4 neaeb.... Sue Rear -ME ataw. f h. 4 r SW UNIMPMOVEO FNOrERTY FOR SALE. Per foot. Pan lot5.Kt,btlthaadmhstanw.t ae Lt. bet 1Mb and Mthsunw s 00 Q st, bet 1Mb aad ISth at K w 78 htbst.betMaadNataB w 1 75 Tibat. bet K and S sta n w. 1 75 Stthst. bet L aad Mat BW 15 tsthkt.txt Band F sta a w 1 SB DuBbartOB are aad Neatl at, Wth and tt atsu w 1 St O kt, betlatasdM Me a w 1 SS Mount Fleaaaut 45 UOUh.ES FOR KENT. Per mwth. ISTSHst b e fur, ars laXHitsw.Sr XSSM t a w. 14 rs I'ppertawt ItosPstB w, 7 r Cpeer part Mat P t b w.7m....... WSaudlaWtathatnw.Sr baVElapat 7r lTHrvert5h Hataw, Srs UHUtVdaw.l r SkSt D e, S r e Md ave a w, ( n S7 N t a w. r SlIaBdslSSMhstB w. 4 r max Prospect area w, In ... MM ltd are a a. S r IWCXiW Sr WISNat u w.lr Hear 1J &'! "SS "W 41 at a W. . .. Part UBtaar ran vm K at B w. I r. ftftOl) $ts rnea ;: t mas sts 10 17 US IS 59 IS 59 15 U US USe 10 100 MSO MM '(SSSIor Ut IS ta-SO K at w, 4 M. LOAN. la snms to at at for i Tbe aaoee W aafy a teasiai a mr boot. Mr MsU ast AMAN. MO.S'UY TO LOAN. n0 LOAN ON KSUL bTATB tnjm flJaW 0.1 ussaa. SM7iht a MlW TtrONBYTOLOANON HsUL BWTATB OS i 1 fdwl-etaas meartam at teieaat ante ol sslret no delay wiser aaoarurb good. re aaamrttr ta aood. It 1 OaaT TO UHM OH taOOP baatWaUTT. AIL tttub iaa..em: lUasw. A! OUST. WAIAStfrn. TO LOAhl Oat aMCAt avVhTBT SBCCKITY. AT t AMI N CaWT. U kLPAhJM. lWt. M OatBY TO fijtaa On A; oo ,. Mif. u U TBI TUil. W WB PAY uble aniMTiee" tor ajasata' Hasa-etam M& or eaii at ol? nws-ws.wsosa.n-w ymw if lmiiiih ww otr iMfaiiisb . bUStPY. ptahVh Q BBMhl BOsi AjJ, OBn Vilrsi I Mieaaiber of HiiisMwrSaltn ajtock Kacsuuiate- Ail aoenJ untek sussl aeceurtUe aouchv( avast aist. as tbe "VTVBIb WASHINGTOX BUSINESS OIRtCTORY Jlrt t rjvrB' . trK. n t r i..s. f-ltQ. RTWRAL .Tb Sftht B. W. FltiP A ft nWIDT. 104 1th t rRArW i wit Ltw, HB-r st. n. w. M'AJAAN. Rklft.T CO , 1"11 P. . ft.X. mrowji irsrthst O. RTf,f..Ri. t ih t n w. .r.tr rrr iTrnrt r . A yTWWWHtA?t.TOWtlat. irrtmvitfcirT PrifAvsoit Mtrm,, cor, tth end P sf mint nntht.n. FnWArtn jwjuniT . ir ih t, n. w. n nARTnRWnYTViiw nh st . MM hlta PA 5 Worth P t REtwinKR ANARRta RRRW 111 .Va.ar A STh iflCR MKBW. AWN. Del. sMT, ,11'LIVnB! Bthandl.sts e W.B. S PA1 TBR NA1 RIMrM tn itirtthn w. ntri rr. n. b Ktf wTjrm. t, st n w ni JSPnAiya. ih it n w (AtttHnfRfrH. 7 11th t n w. BOB noVf 8SA!. 141 M. T Ave. t. H RdSbbi.u vm B t .w LlTr NnWJl TBR. m and Pa. aw O. W. DRIVER, Pa are. . RAitRRTT. iW Pa are. .irm.v. STHNRIDRN. 4U I st B. w. Hwrrr.rirr.. TI1R ARMNJT(m ROT. CO . sTth and K n.w. W IhVHl AXIt VO.S TltV TIO.XItHS. r n. RJOatsoBX I0M 18th st a. w. .Tl )RNSTRTNl.K,gmI.Pp t. Hrirntt, viri;t;si: .ixii i:nui. JAS. T OTSTRH, Pa. are. and Mh st. HfTVlMHH. A. LOBFFLBR, -4 Centre Market. 1 HfW T KBANR Io 51 Centre Market. J H, RtR-CHRR.5S9 to 541 Centre Market. EDW. BHoriKI. Ml M Centre Market OTTO P RfFPRRT. 91 M Cwatre Market A.J HILKT. 57 58 Centre Market. JIIV IO.13. OKO S. ATWATBR CO . 144 1 rW Pa. ave. fioor.s, xiioH.s ami ttinnrH.i. J. II MOHAN. 4S4 9th st. A L. HAJ!LBTtN.B7tht M. hTRU'RLANII.fwira are ORO W RICH, 717 Market Space. ROW EI I. A Ml HHAY. 9007th t n. w. JOHN t ILLES, Jr . 91 7th st. B. W. L BMI.BRrN" W:thst.n w. J ROOL. One rtire Mme Home. 79 7th st. NATIONAL HOT BL SUOB BTOHR, 49 Pa.ar. II WAI.KRHTVCK8R, 1998 Pa. are. JOS A. HkPRTTI, 517 Pa are s e. M nHRRNRAUM.SISt M t. 1IA Mi i:il.1. Rinos A TO . Pa. are and Mth t. LEWIS JOIINtlON CO . ISth and Ph. are COHfUNA MACARTNRY. 1119FH. IIATBJ1AN A CO , 1411 F at. n w. W M. MAYHK A CO , 51 9th at. wooiiHAPn.itMFst.n w LEWIS H 1 KWRHBUKY A CO , 19S1 F. 71.1 A A.1 CENTRAL NAT. HANK, 7lh st. and Pa. ave. Cll WENS' NAT HANK, 511 15th t. NAT MhTPOl'OLlTAN HANK. SIS 15th St. 8KCOND NATIONAUSOBTIhst n. W. COt I'MDIA NATIONAL. 911 P St. n. w. NAT BANK KBPUIILIC, 7th and D sts. FARMBHo' X MKCH.'SNAT ,cor. M awl Slat. llOOh S I. t.t r.lt.s A XO STA TIOXISIIM S M. II ALLANTINB A SONS, 48 7th st. A. K WILlIAMH.'slt47lhst.n w. W. II. VIIHRISON. 154 F st. CHAPM IN X TAYi OK. 916 l"a. are. BW r ii:i'i:xti:ii am hi ii.ih.h. AI.KX. MILLER, lilts Ohio are. vaj.. ii'i.vir.s .i.vi JiMAxmrs. TO KALON WINE CO , SI4 1Kb st. I OH.Si:T COHItllVTOH. M. P.WIIEMN.lOtSFst. p.iTi:i:. F. FRBHNI), 70 9th st. n. w. II. J. WKYMAR, 14 Nth st c,n;.v. ICTOH E.APLKR.7-7!haw.oor.MaM ay. M KAUFMAN, eornerSth and IsU.se. I. HAMllinoEUABONt'.SStPaave. N.Y.HNBPHlCKCLOTIIINO.Sll7thit.n W. OOI.DKN BAOI.E CO., Sit Pa. are. a. e. W. NOHI1LINUBK.SI07 M st. n. w. C IKHl !... ANDREW J JOYCE'S SONS. Wereroom. 1011 SO Cobb are ; Faetory.tIS lSUthnw. W. F. t.&YEH.Wl I'm ave Also Barnes llOKkK AND CAKNIA(IKRAZAR,9S-ttLa. MrDBRMOTTA HHO..SI8 Pa. ave. a. W. S. J MKEKS, No SSI tl at B w WILLIAM HALTER'S SON, ltth and CaUaw VOXff.V riOA It IIS AXII VAI'I1.' J. FTsfiKLL. 14m N. Y. are. T.JARVIS.48thst. HINKEA 8l'DD.5l0tht. CHAS F FLEIK-HMAXN. lUOPa.are VAFKs. TEM PLE H OT8L. Sth St., OP. U H. Tat, OSbtW. THa NEW ENGLAND OAPX.51S 94k St. ELKS' PININO BOOMia. mofa. are. r os rue tioxkhh. HUYLEK'S, 1108 Pa ave. P1KI.DINO A CO.. 457 Pa are. niLL'S.ltWFst. bllBbTZA PO ror IMbanAFaU B w. HRB8NAHAN A ( 0, 410 7th st. a. w. F NEWTON. 17SB-4t Pa. ave. B. w. EMMERTS, 4197th st B W. A.QUTEKUXeT.lSSUtthst. n. w. cosrtiv tios i:k 11 iiolimak, M. BRILL. 417 8th st, H. H. B. DEUHRlXfl, 511 ltth at. yj.'COH.ITOK. HENRY F KBH.mStWhaw. ItKV H OO US. JOHN II SHOOT. SIM M t. W Jt. Stil'STBRASONS, 91 9 Pa ave LAN lit Rt.H A HW , 4SS to 7th at B.W. BEATON PBBRY Pa. ate. aad Sth a. TBlM! J LI TTh ELL. 188 Pa are. JOUNMiN A LrTTRBLL.713 Market Bawce T. RElMlAatfiT. SU) 7that. a. w. S J PlfctlKL. 18W Pa. ave. GEO Y HARBIN. 519 P ave a . D BC KPB A CO . UAfe 7th St BW hTEKNa. DRY uO 'Da HOUaf , BStd Ttk a. w. V P l LARK A ro . Sit Market aawme. QlTO. COM B. Ml 1Mb at. a. w. CBAlo A JACKSON. Site Mat a. w a. f SMITH. 119 Mat. w. out aius'is FRANK P. WBLLBB, 75t ab at Z D. blLLMAX. 87 Pa ave. T. E. OO BAM. oni Pa ave. W. S. THOBPhON. 70S ISth at a A Ml BIT TOTT. National HoUl Bulldiaa- BOltBOPATBIP PHARMACY. MOT H St GEO A BBWTLET. 14th aad Corooroa ale O M aoTBORN. a cor BH aad O aU a. w BEMbBCKG A BUIOTT. 188 ltth St a. W W P BBA( K, 8th and M U- w- III JIMS A Stt SVHVMHMS. BBlfiti)' V.Y BTBA M DYE HOL SB. TWttu St. AaTOK FUrHRiTaBSGat. J.BtBaU)jl.lMltatB B. A. UaTYiB. H4al w aiatitaa)4i-)i. BW jtx i-t tmiv i.n.MTi uwjttt rum ROVCB A VABEAN. 14SS Pa are. J H KVnrniKG. 1JSS Pa ave J V. bl KKBT A CO . is K. Y. ave. kit WI., A'-Vfaat 11 .V, 7t . Mt BXKUY ABT bTOalE. 1881 Pav as. w H TiiiiOFr. wit Pa ar, arf m aad 4W 7th at. a w. ILUItlM i H. aslALL, lath and as, a w. X VriDVB.S88Pt,B,W. J . I.MT IS (' JT ( OJ. -! XI . 1 IMS CO . IU at and La ave. ,l&.f&:.WtVw 1 ran. cm., ism w at T. vuBli iu W. oa. sss in. v. I ISk. OO. 4881 at- ntirs, rvvu lAAt Af.ir. hVtXHrgjX aoatw, K Can, and wa an- -jai. w r r 1 vu vi rm 1 . at A- tiOLPtab. mtCmatx Market A-AWt'At IiS PlOssEEK FLOtlt SOtLS. A B t'K'sPLEY, t'tVMXltVIUf Wl BDEkJAN A CO . s lath at Tel . V--' FOB. D aJNCJLBTOSJ. 415 7th U. H. HOEKE. 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