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THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2,1890.
Tins Daily Critic ft iMii i M D tTHMlT 0TW1 f . WJtantHWVMt CTTf . 0. C. M W MMCMMtMfk aagn wlM), t fw IS 1M1 . .. Ivan fltfiwnHtjMcity.iMMitk tita gitrftc. WMMMiNWi ft. o. W csmtrofo, P. ix.Pir Xy Tut Came m mf pit mim nmgiaim fe tha vnmr ijtfp. mil fwliMwrtlnw of tin Mi tit Ml mm Mttwtit rayerti of tM frnwradlaf nt Caetpaae. Wt lnt special wlrt fra Tit t nuttCttmoHal nmi (0 tMGMMI. Mil Wflll twastJ, rdltae MtGattt vt M father, fsfwrt to fistula . fMsJata tlti crtragJeU wotta, Twaftrattd la njncy mm aa4nHala its for, of tha kppMta In the XmIomI lfWM Tha pnrt . i-v sesetr prvml, la tha light . ' 1h lrrleBl argent fwo i eadatloa to , to twiMMMtnltr i mj tad evetitfnl, Tha tiabllc CM . aft- t9MM Intelligent Mm (4 what h tg rtsatl by tending Tm Cimti :. THE PRESIDENT 8 XsHtUR It It WH llhaly tkMt any mm who ItMm' Mr. Hawuoo! well, or had e,r fully observed hi nubile eiiratr, et tctetl him to exhibit lb small! change hi bis conviction, or to tared nn hair's breadth from hi attltn la of n j cur ego, In consequence of th lute polttleal waehont At any rite, he did sret recede, bnt stood his ground na fitmly nn though nothing of Mtt nn llent or discouraging nature had )ifrwed. Tbe salient feature of the tnetenge lira a reaffirmation of hit con fidence In tbentrtue ft ml efficacy of the McKi.xi.Kt tariff. and on appeal to the Senate to take up ami puts the IxttHiK Election bill, which wn shunted kit September In tha interest of ftiljoursmtnt. Although so profound ami sagacious a Matt-smart a Mr. Hi-unk Iim ju Ikly declared that there Is not one iwrngrtioli In the McKixi.hy bill that wake a market for our farm products, ?lr. 1Iamhio.x buoyantly declare lis belief that tbe effect of the McKi.vlkv tarltf wilt be to create "larger i,il tetter markets for our break stun and 1 tovlshift both at home ami abmi I " lie rim not Imllcetethe mde m tontr In btrh hU halcyon coniuin ntilin U In liereallud, but bo tiiMiht the ev -hi tin h )ulUi clear to bl ml ml. The I'reilent uueM. aad with enme force, thai the new tariff ha not hi I a tab trial, from a praciieal point of vtew, and toeUt that It I too early la the day4 to denounce it or to taaagurata UMMurea tor Ita revttoa. A referde the I.ouos Elec tloa bill the l'reaMent'4 wihe are arjr elvarly e.prewd. lie thinks the iijeeMue houkl be esaleI Jcto law, Bd he frankly reoontnwBd mcU fcetle-. Altotetber tbe ihskshkh U au khle and dlfoiflrd Suw paper, tahlaa cbful Ttewof tbe country's coeJitloa and antwated by a genuine aeplnttloa for eoatlntMal national imMperlly and honor. 31m. CbKVSL.Mii U golne; to another ItHekeye banquet. lie ha arranged tkat bo speaker shall again Sprlager NOMlaatlon on him. Thk I'NEMUKKT'a injuBtt.)fl of In dnsuy and ejtpeditlott la the dUpatch of tbe publte butinees Is UgslaeaBt. If it iHtit with a hearty and reepectful re tpniwe, ae it should, there will be a good dl of wnrk done this month Instead of tbe usual amount of audy awl oraa MenUt laaftng. We have never been quite able to understand why the four weeks of December should be devoted to iiUlsf about and looking wiee, and if 11 r. IUrmuok succeeds in effect I a an innovattoa in this refpeei,he will deserve tbe tk&aks of the country. Tmijik hua uiiOo deal of s .rearing tbuut the Capiud to-day. That U, krrlf in of new mesneeM. Tun uniui vjotsull mate b4ee. tte Aint)' and Kavy cadets fully dew OMtrated the fat.1 that for eoHne, t flmroi and eeduranee the fttttwe yenaralt and aJndrals are unequaMd. WiiRK of West Point, for ineisiiiie, vekeked wnseleesfourtiawa Tbree tin it b hi veied and fought nete t tkMMi ever. The fourth knock out sent Mm unconscious to the hostdul. Km iMfg q tise Ajsjfcasjielis toaea as knejrketl don oftjmor tka any plsf ear, tat ha neve flinch ad or lent hU yjifk Oondtewpor, niuek sd jrit -eee the. rhasaresHstiri of the gaoe, aMmtth thj imoJ radets yosy ttBui.Miu attt keep p bK itjrftgalfla Ta'Mit wnr. Ptutu-t. tuwkw to have reached the e4 of l career. Uis fulloweet hm diofMf . and even ikoae who still elit to Mm ami Mod but liul to ae In of Uaefcr aUiutde. The- . M Mm saade of Ma own itkdof- Ny ha ht Liberal party, hie Uentcher MS) WNaVnlson of neJiiinnl sncseM. his it iafah a Wit BrlBaiiaiiis and Aaalv inn Mei bhai he dtaaaiMni wMfAaWir Ml ipM dy whs Mr. U'ieMU wkMt last -aue of IndatM we tsem bssitf in the i1" &li tknae rhinet vSfjpnpiant r fp" v nnwwnwsr; nnjv ettAOnVI linnt IJ'nlfllift Hllri rtMlifanWrnnfil iil Ifafljft inMSjnnjr vnnjnwr wwpwrw w wsnaejMwnr rwi Mllfcft MnUni Tfcnlrnt nVlaSsnnfl sntlsnnn4Mn. BFfjnBBF nwe' w v ran nlmnisMickwtMa he intends so tsa. Mat M am ol iM wfcU H h: ftm su. ami inua ChnlsMtvy o g JnllkWfcaM f. a tdaauM e t KiJu-ic vhtU: lytxaMtTi an. edition the jabtr of i t-iiv laJaseandv annAaacnJ BMBaan "n ooawoM p v'"Bvnnw'er einwnr'nwoww akjp lat- iHjujmxoxs would at a aariy aaf laaka )utMk reudfaaioa oltaa tn lefcajltane cuveyJ Utr'iiu.i.i-i.' auM tnsto. l(JbMia4Bd'ediioBufTu Cwtu the full lauu uf Mx Gi-axenuxc'e l uMk MpuoaMoo was given Are the jo.lt . Waahingtuj) buying news par" ' ' bInr" or fot "charity ' If tfery art dofng It rot bvttwem tad Hrmtt tlrf rarrl tas) bW? f nlHl fr tntlf moaey . Xhtf will !ray tm fJIITTi. Tn Mjiftqt t of rjt-ntarmtRT bm mt tlflOtoOewefM Brmtttot ttreSal vatlr a Atmy . t tM an nmnrpt rn ln itrdura th Matqnh of Qneewrtrttry roltt info relltimi ' Wrt.Mt WAitita nrai.i, HinWwr tottanaaat. will aerlt ttm !T Totlt tMSt Snlwrday oa th Wetr. Hata's rhanta fot BMn fitnwIeftcaiaM auaelatr 'to nek Jit. rmttr "weft fern otH" I re Mfttrrftt tat tbe Arkwtie Fwarttrirffrtwtit'e v4 trtat-M Will tleh. m MtXSONAL r "tfi 1. WtdaVr ( i " ii' teaitre fona M Fiirtee If e'.iti ttM hnWH ref U AajatM, CM , tl.t-. x -i Mf, iVt ! wala dn- iv Mrt lie ho (mm la Ml kealth fit teetel week, aarl ktt akjrMa tklnko that the t Hens will he tNMafltrtal to hlw. l t ik time the Prlac of Wlei kae draw a alitnhet ta,!W,nort, mhI it k MtaMted tint kle debts fa;reae knit n nisck a ato. Mr, dteahy ken r vlvxl tbel medls nd fetia lwllee nf errtg the heir In a Mwtple r ell at the keek, nr nary, fii:wlt- hir ttnMpte. kaee wloatedh. Vlw PMei Jinttna'st'Mwiidii'Mb tet. XIm V Hth Mrta. Is nnw ah rat IT yeaft M Awe H a pretty lift. Who k n Wi well edarattd ami puseweta mtny tacstof wimiaer. Clara Mmrl bee been fn the slate r r a little mote than iweaiy tean. Her tltet apptnranre In Ne York was In lTf. with Ily'e rtimpany. when, on shnrt ttrttto-. be bath a part tkat h! lKtn aetlsjned ti Aawes Kibel. Ooetke often set down on paper dnr log the day thought and Ideas which had prtsentid tbemeelvt in him during bta rlet-p nn the preredlna; night. Colerldae l uM to hei crnipil hla fraemtnt f KubU Khan ' durlni lttp. Steele Mnrkaye, the theatrical iron ater, ba bren a moM pmllflc pliy witgbt. He ha written no fewer thva tntntypla. ntarty all nf which hive bad snrpeful rtina. The mnai re markable of tbeiti all ha been "I'anl Kanvar." Tbe late Aiirii1 IMmont wa an on tliusiafttlc collector uf old chlni lie plckeil up udda and emls In this line wlurever he could find them, ami. win ii be was m itccrenll front rlieumi tlsm and bis Id wotiml that bu c "il I scaicvly crawl, ft m not unro a n m t s t' hltn pnlnfully bobbtlnit bo no v ir.l with blft rhlna rll-li under one arm atil bla short lee ttd 1I05 at bis heel. 3Irs. l-'iaticea Flaher Wood, well knonn for Imr surceful attempt t in f pa re Mfrlll d milk on hr .Vov llnnt blti farm for tbe uae Nia' Yiitk balHe. Iian hrn alfllni; H'.itll,- tn H'cirlnlii whether illea hr.il "1 nit n Hie inillMeniii nioitiff" She rtnl" (list nine tenth nf llirlr rblMivn survive Infancy, a record nerer before equalled In any elaoa, age or rountry Mn. Wood he'rself in a xraduale of Vj Mr. a trnstie of lliraard, a strong writer, a ready ami brilliant speaker on social and reformabiiy topic, a power In society, tbe scientific secretary of her bwetMml a well known ph slclua and a model mother 0 TEL ARRI VALS. Uthnfo!iliiHou. John 3. lleedersiMi, North Lurollua: llo-. Samuel JHbbte, Onuaelitiir: U C. Ht.h. U. Wron. N. V ; Hon. lleatae Mi Millfu, TMeea. AflHoKuJ-liou. J. M. M.IHiMa and wife, llsyiirtvtlle, Ala.; tlemi(e 8. IhtberU aad Jine 1'. llariltoB, DudtIII. Va ; S G. l'iwIOik, MlaBeMtta; Jobu Huabe, Cll fofuU; William llaeur, Newark N. J.: Ueorge M. UortoM, .Vluit(aburj, V. Va.; A. M..IOBaMou, New York St. Jamtt-J. T. Kallr aad J. Stein, New York; W. A. 8a) m aatl wife, I'aliMkt, Va.; W. 11. KtlUur,Ureeuehl, Maas.; SSepbaw ColIllU, Mlt&lHlfjf. lli7,urri-IIou K t Hlawl, Hoe. K. II. Norton. Hon. W. ll.Ilatih.MtMouri, C. V. Hale, CJevrlaud; Hon. Uettou le Land, New York; C. Y Stuiter, New York; J S (.' iit, I'aiiwsi IWe. (Hiu. Hij-jA. H. Caller, Tarn Haute, lad . C I. uoodwtH, I.o Aaceiee, CaL; lion. John .VI. (juackettbuak, Mlllaeter. J. O Decker, SM I,ouU ii rlcl.r'i-r. Matter and Otto MulUr, Nv Yetk; V Allbop, New York. Wwrnlry'sS. Hurt haw. New York, Lout Adler aad wite, rTflweail Alton, New York. tiartUm-J. V. Watsen, VJretida; John C. Ofvfcrk, m. I4MSS, E. J. Truvfi and wile, CUcaeo. .IriiaatoHllam fraecU Hlaeock, (tee W. JU, W. it. ioeer. X.w York; Walter l.joe, Vuubure, Pa, lion. T. B. apinolo and wife, Nw Tore. XmuiuUie -Vt H tUedsett, U. Louie. A. M Uua ltd K II JuhSMOB, New Jork. hM II U Waed, 1.8. V . Hub. William It Bale, VaekeBle, Tena ; W A. Tathv id i(, CVntaniaai., Unto; W. K Benlnii. luvtaslou, K.; Hon- Epna Bant 00, Mrniuia. C w. UaeSeeh, Nea York; HitflaasL ttantln, ktaslar, j. UutA Jui,,.tu- f. o Mehatdten and ttif. irgioU, John i. nO)W, rwtajaet bUa, A 0. Marshall, Portland, Ore., ClanneeO. CuU.a. Ptdtadelphto. AityryCaptaln Ueorc W. rile and W. Qaoth. stow York, Karr O. Otthert sad wile, aWawer. H. U. IMckinaon, V. K. Mary. TBI RAOOIDY MAB Ob, the BaCf Mt He work far fa me lae naMsna nyao wwmrm aMn ever fe l-an eeaBUSietkni Haeasna to enrnonea 1 An' tultn Ike - An" he opaas ih abed an' we aM let ieaupj when he drive out our lmte old waaMsly ealf! An' sen. cf our btred aid he can. He atilk the iow te rLiUtf Ana, Aiu'i he ' ewfnl mod VaMad; Man Itiryrii aUggewy' ttdgeay Man' 'jr the Vagxedi kianhe' let ae good Be sjdh tsTkhanUa' ' cnops tsffwid, JkU MCaV fc HrT1aWei is) OMa CAMhlft taflb. An)' fjfelnM aTsMMft tstswUnafS 'stew bUfM GMl't llflf He eltuvAwd riean u m our Wg teee A' thuuk a' efsde doaus V mm' An' 'aotber'tt, Ti, le 'LUbuh Aan1 Ae' 'aosaor'n, um, tn the BajMady Mao Aie'i he ' W Mad gajaedt !! Begw4f' BaKgedy' Htgvtty Man- Au the Bagged Baa be knuw etuet rhjuw Ae' test ' cf I U yobd oaetinM- Au' the 6iuW.uui tktuee at lUr itafaMHslfMftl An" dt bjr the mmi in uu paetuce tut, Be alaasvon omi htf hute 'at Ihe kTink i ant 'At Uw way dew hi the ar-wd an' caw Turn into aw ojt JuMbota AjmsI -,sWajt aj tpji ap pMwTy TtaaM aewaaaBBaai'4f aaajsaa fii reaily' Baern-fv' nManaM Mae wagej(BjpwV ibbvbxw "! apapw wisw"" Tbe VaKgedy Man one Una, whea he Was attUi' a lUUe how w' awj tar , dajw, ' lo jwu'i big ttke JOU M 1. Air you go' to keep aesw asontoke hi. An' be a rkh Bmnhuitt, an' near uc clotbaa? ir what air iu o to tie, gjudsuu kuua'" Ao' aenhe laughed t LiiluiL Ami As 1 M, ' 'go' w be a tUggnd) Hu -I'm 1st go' to be like Kaggndl "' Baiuad) hnggedy ' Bagged; Ban rui WteCcemomtg 1., "i y RITIEWERS' CLUB BOOK 1 IfE rint t.A bT'suniKH o 1. Sy Wrtitt P. RTnotjf. wew York A. ft F rfcmriolpti A Co. tlt hurWlwirr rt of fotir e'l' lop .1 ontl malif a WnHhv n Mlit-m t shy ItliMrv Tlw Mnrllne; ami pitirln r r tte attrarttve. The ne rc,in-Ti' foaiplrtdj til PonverBVath hv It jnderd f fcctlnn In pwtrv ..f tn r-tn et Vletmfs. All prt of nv impirlun ( t rpwwKt!. wmw by -vwii of 'Mr tet ennc nd poerrw: mwrt to hv rtec ttoa from Ipnger wotki Th editor' Work he been earefrtllj and llpfn-llT 'lww. There re rotroirnrtWry Moitephtful and MtiBrjjrrtpritrn! wtes at the Heelnrrtti and sphneiory nntrattBe end of r- tot err, thial the romptetest and wotth ht prdrecihiri of ttie not we hav eii. Wmuhjfln lhi dttftifois of Ihe Held at rrttfrt to th reiiral votnirre: I. Rattler Prts (The Lake Vtx-u l.m- or. thiBI"k wood Coterie. Fviter 9ratt1k aad trtrh Poets II. The Hret Itlf of the Retim 1 Tenny ow. Th rtmwntefpi, Clouifh ) Th Jtoftttai-Phpi HI. gtjrwnd Halt oftheBMan. (Th r- IV The Ptr-Rapheeltte ttmtherhwt The Balled and Song Writer,. Cue Rdtgtoue Poets-. THE ItrKlR Of LATTB1-0VT Bt. I, AW," relertt end afriged bv Hrtiry T. Randolph. Sew York t ooa H. T. Rat dol'di A Co, llit I delnty Ifttte tolnme. full gtu and bonnd tn bine, white ami tM: hetntl- rullr printed tad altogether tempting, tt I rflled with tnotrcst ballad by miwtern ?ret port Includlnt Brownlejr, ljowell, innyemt, Mont, the Rnttl, Bret lltrte and nrhew tearrely 1 llln,tilnu Thire rr hallsil ftw all ftes '! mnoils We qmite from Ihe p'efp. "Pmfr9ir Jeeloy ha rn-efctly rfmnikwl that worth nit brevity rt tbe two thlpe nweMsry l In ntr Immottallly to nv llit-ra y prodnctbui ihi latter of ilirw- two imsllnpat on be ll 1 a petnlUrty tn the ballad, and It I not ttirtefure ntrance that good beltitdn brtve nelllvrd other rqnully merltorlon bnt more (retention ppetry." A rverjboily rn jov halted poetry with It brlNnese ami dramatic are we confidently commend this laetefut votnme. sTimics in i.RrrRRS a liff-' Ry tteorge Ktwanl Wootlnerrr. Ros ton: Honghtoa, Mifflin A Co. I)llt top. $1.35, We have examined tbl volnmeot Mr. Woodberry' 'Rj'' with conlilcrable Intereel, partly to ece what ort of n rlter .Mr. H'ooneerry wm, and mainly on ac rnuat of tbe character nf the tnbjertg. Ihe author has an attractive, ixlkloti l)tr, rlvar i,d eracefiil. lleharldently thetettesi'f a lll-rarv man. 1 hi would appeer, loo, from the llieniwiif hlspanen mott of them toUtu to author ami II tarn lure Thermyon Landnr In excellent In dtacrlmlnatluM That "On Hie 1'roodte ot Ktata" I eerliilly Interentlng. Paper, biographical at it critical, relate to Crahbe, t owner, Colerlilge and llyruu; "Darwin' Life" ami Hiowiilne' Ileath" are the titles of two uggetlTe aper. The "gen eral rea'Ver would utHlouMeilljr be In terested In "Some Actors' Criticism nf Olbello, Iagn ami Phjlork,'' and In fact bv tbe entertaining treatment of Its ub Jcte IhionglMiut tbe Inxik Is oared from I ring a hook imli for the aptelallj ll'erar jitiriiuii of ili 1 oiomunlly. "TIIF. MAKERH OP MollF.MV KS 1.111 " e pupuUr hunt tittuk to the Sreairr kmsM of the century By W, lHiin Nvw York. Ili'iin iVti'i takrr, publisher. 1Mb, ex-eit.'iit pi let aad paper, U?fl page, il 75 Tblsls not s booh of ik lection, bit ten iiti'eri relriifludl or iMnjt uihiu 1 1 latent leafage of tbe great tree of Kttgl'di llferittnie. We have no bealUUen In pf nouaeing the look an eirecillngly valuable aiid lutereetleg one for all ivroa of llt mtrj Utn. The aulhiir con,ldrs litera ture a a development; hi work laaphll noialriil hlttory of the century's itoetry. Tbe moet Important )ortioM of ttw volume r tbe studle of Wurdaworth, Tennjsou awl r owning. Of the tblrtv-flve ehapter In tbe book seven deal with tVonUorth Lis characteristic, as a poet and a a man; bi vlw of uatura and man. Idtpoeau In perlal flehU, etc -eight with Tennj son ami U with Hrowulng Tbe lt two yroutx of rbulMer routllule very aug grtlve, t-iuipit4i sntl .HscrlHiOwtlinr studies ot Kngbsud's Iho great HMtof Mctorla'a relgu. ' Wbetlur or not the reader weubi -rpt all uf Mr. Iwaon' view about bta au )rets there eould be ao dtaibt to the value of tbe work. (J J si IN THE SWIM. la variety of stjd. coloring aad beauty tbe UtbtJaHU$ tide winter Mill eowpare wMh those of ieau; aT ether favorabi ft 'Ihe graeeftu n pbiuaat and radtaat brunette, tbe thought ful and jwotH uevolee of art and eulture, tbe future Idol of tbe beaux aad dapJr of tbe older girl will alt be represented lu force. Aatoag tbe more notable ooe wbo will add Imreased "sweatee aal light" to"TkeHl" will he MbM Pauafote, Miaa t'ox, u Uutg. Ml Caataurk. MUt 1M Monle, 141. Altec Witsou, Mia Mary Jobaatun, Mia Mattlnaiy, ilias I.eiter aad Ml Warder. Mia Kuaitt aad bar uiece, wbo U lit daughter of Ihe lata llua. (iaofne KutU and grauddaughler of tint hue Mr L'unu ran, will occupy taw family auaeioa on L fa)atte Muar tbl a later after a brief so journ mar Alkea, h. t'. Oeneral H lleoc en Mteaewbat easier as trrday, aad bad partially regained coa iftuiaiann enough to apeak seeeeat t aaa. lie I still, hoeeeer, in a mast rrttlcai eun dilion. Hi old euar tne sad triead ate dolay eveotbwa; they MeelMy can, aad tae deepest yeapatky la mit tut tbe uufurtuaate tator Biwkburn 1 gattiag wabeli. alUr bW tent, ieititm np. ilia in ' siitaiien aad IndnsaMsale will pewar baa often (.ulied bun out of lag War place aban ibia, aod the eetor rrum Kentnehy will hmm b a he ever la, "toady fur action. Br ul Bra A. P iMjfdua fumesliig are aww uutle satlad lor the laser to their 1 ttaradaj Bu. Una Cuaswa U s -au. They ture two f the aeMt web .tax.- tnHlua te a laSy at the L'dUl. The I'oreen Mtnttter saaan to be nrad ualiy aaarasdsear Ike tVe4eeeMl voassune af bta country A sober ant of eonvan Haul and lasiasnulsSr nu b) blMan hoe ever by a sparbst el btacfc (ilk gown not uaBbe tbe of laittss' gown. H he cut hsmeear aupytaaied tb typeeai Cutmm bataadhMdaaey Hi prage.e hs KagBut and th ueeasa el ur eaUot) fa pheswai ltd. wntw Be sneasty ssaaaae Ss trrepnaaek U aad very gracuMi. Una the wmntest aeprlea ever autwa up ta WeehJantna t tkat at "A UirecUM? uf tn Kale ' You we Mtevvlf bktUVsd te potnilt your atun to ippasr w thie iweetuu ymntfft. ' aad B I liaB celcly lelimsiol that the price of tlua no ble wivnVge i. only a. Irsaiiug into k0ary" with J Jtden ceawtaW t aoth- rbeaper B nnsattf Who wonid See 4aa tioa ihe wbfeb euea $t, or sasiet Mech SO iippoetihaily uf being recorded In titAifjjeaol sea sty Uw eth of Januory the geeat Imw Inuue no Beyatbeer's grand eawr ol 'L'Alikine'' am be prMaalad at the I hnidn ewafe atU e tea beawnt of ttw lloepirai fct lambaiit at 1$ now i iMthrw aeennrattUm and seheeMd usbdvr t InseaBnent end iaoeoie dtawf'taa uc1 tba Mlsaes Buot. Tbe beautiful and a-eue-pMaved Mn. WbcUu uf Pbilsaeipbls. who created a " u tbe kaoiaa roic t Bar Barbur teu j... u. whes U w aru gitcu, m iw auppunen ay - ' asosis ana a UMntMnr us im bees ot the flipper) nth Coro and neon uupo and sjraMesawii ui auctety sue liilfleaitue I estnsiualy . lever, highly IT"' lag, and will he very eBaatitely atmunfoii aod pmaeatird, a tu scenery, nulmniw utctestra and tete. ear i'IiIs' Fasuuieaute, ttw B jtlirb UUd tr, f his leat diaanr of the -irtiir on natuidey oigh Juslke Rariea aad ta nutr A the Boo. Mr. idwide were ihe fjLp iff IJUI 1WTtBwVllgei IMavanBageof IU- C. B OuopbeU 4 Mla3 eMa nartier is aoaaaMtdd for ntrwu) bet 13 aod atfl take Hfiue at XmDim Tbe awrriae of Mia Mary Bus Putts tu Hr Juhtt A gteaus EI tke ylace. IK -.iaktLt '0 at the Cburi4 uf the Akumso. fLeUaU4 tlub ikd the daac.iig ila u.et ul Studay Tlie ChrtstUida i-uuIUul will r n ul ftof th readnn f 1 hi (Inticlne cla will nave n 'I i dstrt; UeremberrB and IWk Jeaawry 1 ' ""t i and Fobrnwy 10. Mrs. Join Poke Mr Van Reniweler, Mt J. 9. Wnii.n Sf to. Wrdr and wr. Baaerott ar Hi. r!l ictrr"!. OUR BRAZILIAN MUR. lby x-ratt wt trrweti dm fw Ka fttaeei at ih wrtmrWrffirR Otefr. Fnfmwinit the brilliant MUfWIWn gtren nthe Wnite Hon on PrMay ay Bwj fre! dertt In tronot of i he Rrt1lt wtfat oncer, came two rnnally notable eatetwnwiaeiii. the ttlt to Monnt Vernon ntM tin dinner Wintered them st the MetropwItM fjlntt im Saturday lt 1hecreiry of the Jfaey had pieced the 1 nittd Ptotm steamer leeptch Kt thf nrvtcenfthe prty and under thedlrei thn of Mt. 8. A Brown, Ike thtef Clerk of the Ptste Itopiirtment, wheat long expert Hire, pr llbrfl addree and treat p- ttonal tnnlsiity pecnllsrly ntten htm for im Scllcnte and Important tin tte of d-Hne 'he honors on Ihe occasion. OWt Rraelllsn fi tend were driven In carriages to the Nvy 1 rd, where they were ret-etred with of ficll bonnt by Lleuienant Otates. v m mandlng, stted by l.tentenani FdtrlU and other offtcer of the t)epetch. T i nstloral tit of Brazil w honted si th -fore. The Marine Rand, nnder the baton of Rand Mter Soma. wa a admirable ever, and distinguished party of nvl hd Mmyoltlcer. diplomats and nnVlal of the fatted Statea Government with their wives end daughter were already on hoird hen Rear Admiral de Sltvter, accompi nled by an Imponlng staff ami the officer of tbe Rrsslllsn Knmlrtin, In full uniform, arrived. Among tbe diplomat were the Bral1tn, ( hillsn, Nlcaragnan, Tnrkth, Japanese. Mexican and Uorean Mlntter. t.lcu tenant Maon, t'ommsnder RilohrWite lloff and other officers nere lmlefttgnle In cotitlesy to the rfpresentatlvee of the Hrartltan Nsvy. The Ibjrpatih got under way ml wlflly rtesmed down tbe plcturerqne ami hWorlc I'oti mac River Tlie weather ws charm ing, the day Ideal. The "ref teshlne" of the patty lipfcsii st once, and nss folloncil later lit- a magnlllcent collation laid In the main saloon of the htp, which had lieen ele gently decorated for the event. The cholceet of wines awl viands, liquors cigar, etc , were bountifully provided and beau tifully served. Tbe Despatch presented a gala appearance with her decks thronged with the gay aMeinhlage, and group of f-iiest vied In pointing out everything of ntercst to tlie Ilrsztllans. Attiring tiear Alt. Vernon the Marine Band played a dirge "Nearer My Mod to Thf e, and as soon ss the vessel came ti anchor the paity went on shore and slowly slid reverently tnailc their way to the tom'i 01 Wellington. 1 ne iirasinan naval om cer tmik with them a suierb lloral piece, file feet In height, the centre forming the Hag of Ilrsztl wtlli the words, "In Memory of tbe (Irrst Washington from the Navy nf Brazil," sml It was plsreil In front ot the tumliottbe Illustrious dead. Tbe return to the city ws euliietied by an Imprnmtu dsree on deck wbli b was partlclpsted In by the ouuger twople. 1 here were present among many other 1 young Mr. Illulne, Dr. Lntlng, Hon. J. NY. Poster, rx-Mlnbtera to Ituseia, yjialu and Mexko, Cctnmanderand Mrs. dkerrltt. tbe Misses Skerrltt, l.teuienaut mid Mrs Mason, t.biitrnsnt a A. tftatintun. Ml lliugilen of Virgin), Mr Itlvhard O'Neil, .Ml 1 men, Mr Mrs 11 ml tlie Misei Lea tlmin of Kiiglnixl ami Mr. King Arriving attbeNaiy Yanl the party disembarked, tie Hrmtllaii ging to tlie Arlington. In tbe e vinl 1 g die MetroMlHu Club wt tlie scene of one of tlie famous dinners of that swell club, given to the BraillUn The table, ehiliuriiFtly sinl beailtlfoll) die niatvil wl.b flowers ami cotly ea'idelahrk, we set lu the large curd mom In ihe tlilni story of 'lie niw mhllllon on II atroel Tnj The Hrarlllau Hag, In colors, formel au untitle feature of the ii-m canl, which was simple, original anil nnproprla'e. Tossts to "The Presldut of Ihe Uulttxl Slates," "Tlie Prcsldrtit of tbe ltepubllc ot Hrsill," and "Our (lueat and Visitors," were iro)ioeil and responded to. Tlione jireeetit were Secretary Tracy, Ad mlral da iiltvUra, Cptaln Carlos de N'o ronba, Admiral llreer, Assistant Hecretary toler, Mr. ('. I'. (Holer, Mr. S. A. Drown, Mr. J. M. Wilton, Admiral Walker, Mr. (leorge P Appleby, Lieutenant de Franco, Mr. rtlcbsrd Smith, Mr. J. M. Johnston, the Hratlllan Minister, tieueral Ilstchelder, Paymaster nenersl of tbe Navy; Oeoeral Parke, Couiuuklure Dewey, Captain Mc Nslr, Lieutenant Mawin, Lieutenant lluck lugbam. Commodore Polger IJeutensnt tranUseo de Msltos, Lleuteosnt (lentil Mtlrs, Major MeArtbur, Secretary 'Adee, l.leuieaant Carlao de Sousa Franco, Com modore Paniiilur, Catitatu Julio C. de Norouba. 0s plain Amlerson, Captalu Cowles, Surteoii Auteoer de fouia, Messrs. Jese T. Hrowu, John A, King, Woodbury, Blair, Cbarle WortblnKtou and I). V. nt evens. Tbe Marine Haud was 011 duty and In formed with ft b effeet a programme ot music highly creditable to the ta.tu of Daud Master 6oua, wbo was Id line form attd directed with his aecustotoed spirit ami skill. At a late hour tbe party, after a most en joyable evening, returned to tbe Arlington. Tbe governing committee of tbe club and tbe uuiwUr wbo were at the dinner are to be congratulated upon tbe flat with which tbe a (fair wentcH. It was a triumph of Wsbia;lou hospitality, culinary skid ami ftoral decorative art. Tonight ibere will be still another iu pMment extended to our distlaguisbed vteitor la tbe shape of a grand reeeptfes at the Arlington Hotel, to be given by aod under tbe aupiea of tbe tteiretary of tbe Navy, wbkb promisee to be oae of the greet serial event of tbe season. Fulutul lu l'ront uf tbe Looouiutlvv. frum tu nuttuta Ptumtik. Mn. II. 31. Ueanett of thU oity had a nartcw aecnpe from death several day ago at Monmouth Junction, X J. Mr. aid Mrs Bennett have a country auut there, and they eatue to tbe dep X to take a train for MUaborg to be hore for '1 bankigivteje. The Panneylvanbt Kustl has fwtu tras-ke at tbU point, and traine ai panlng most of the lime, making It r act ding ly dangerous for podealtiana. What k) known as ihe Congroteiiusal eaiusaa, whbrh dor not atop, wo due, and Mr Bennett uw it aapro-ieaiUg, but there was plenlv of tjsnsotoceoa over Re started acme that tracks, ac coMMialsd by Mr. Hsnnsst, when a tract walker caJbad her attention to the) etneeae and waved hi knad in the d twetaua of tao irain. It frigiiieavad Mia. Bennett, and aJbe feli on Ike Hack In a dead taint la front of th train- There was ao liana to tune, aad Mr. Manas aad tha railroad ate. waMatag nor un4ttei funked to hor aide and mailed her taT hoi a few mi mde hofuee in) pre ti sated by Mm. Beanati is a largn wuaaan, ami her daaas cautfM on a intfca and wm torn, hut aha didn't sedsfcns wuNnt aa tsanan aaa but ttnsM aha fOSMSal a Key TtuU Uml to u I'uuuu. rum m, rwleili(tB itseeeJ. TBo heim of t'Uyton itesiiy, a elderly bachelor who died a few data nnWMMsMMB In rVemUrtoo. N. J., ha dhscovered iaw.ttW U gUt odand sea-orteka hhldaa aafely away b Mm vault of g Philadelphia Truat com paay. tWiUy had alaays lived la a very uanataaialioMs loaaner, and Ms eantuMM we small Mo uae supposed Mi hd any ou . and he loft ao will or anything to show that ho was worth a doH. Ike dMouwery of a aaall anew key faalijr gave in clu, aad. as ke oJtoa vtsttod PkMadeliihia, Innulriwi were asada awoaid ihe trust lOMpaaia. wtoh tM Miadt of the daeeovwy of taw tiairaf hi two Mutlnat aad a atatnt, wkoHve in Pemhtirbia Aaswtw iut ihey 4mm cMadcco vy uretaHy aad ate taMsjr aaaBnjta. ' ' "Vet BW do. AJitw hUHe rbrl.tra look ttka fntarvlaaa.'' r ull druas and Ociui ilium Sun. u u ttud luw vnxudy at 8 KubuMuu A Cu 's, tbe A un.rU.au outfitted hiu iVl.li.,! , o-UI jvc li.i 1 ittiacsl Gil Y FATHERS' REPORT I1WRT AUT RWOMUMDATlOfS MA OS it tbs Aftmroivm Attn SWI I WwrSw'rr1tfllltr, The ftfttmsl tepott ot tka OmiiinH- tnlrett nf the ttfStftCt WM tnn1t1 totke Prtifrtent this morwtft. fka f Celptt of the tJfrtrtet wetn ', 817 08. and espaiwWtmej, fH.l99.4M.4I, hyaeing a balattc of 178,889 91. lira vatlnns detmttrnetite of tne Plo-atn-menl, eprclilly tha Are and public Khool "y-nvm. rccelte coweMetaMe at bnttrm Dy tcaaon nf Ike ettlmated lnf flclefl'ynf the nvenuw of Ike Dlslricl fir thereat fiscal yewf in mewt all the need nf the lor I government, together ebb. theextranfdlnary etpendltnrestn rnlerd In tbe creation of the Ztwdngtcal Tarh and the coaMrMctlon nf tke new 48 inch main, many Important matters were eceirl1r omitted from the eti mate for sold flernl rear. Among them may lie nniniil the pavement nf many of the most Important thoroughfare In tbe District; the construction of many wcr which are eentl il to the preaer vtlonof public health. ml notably the completion of the cart bound try sewer, twenty lwi f,et In diameter, which now terminate with no outlet except ttnon ptlvilc property twsr the Kistrrn Branch, and" which con stltuns serioti menace to the he tlth nf the people residing In that vicinity; Ihe extension of the street and avenues of tbe rtty tn tlie boundaries nf the Ills tilct: a lteform School for girls, which is rtoulred by every dictate of human lly; more ami better Are engine, a largely Increased police force; 11 new Dlsltlct building, many new sidewalk, mine increased salaries for overworked and umlerptld employes of the Dli Irlct government, ami n respectable ex li tlil t of the growth nml resource nf the District of Columbia at tbe World's Columbian Imposition. Tile Commissioner lielleve tint tbe speediest and liest remeily thnt cin be ptovldid lu tlie present emergency wuilil l" a now arsmenl or all tax able properly In the District, to be m le by three rermnncut aweeeors. atsilnrki nf (S.oOO each per annum, such tie.v sn.'intnt tn bo in tile during the spring ami summer of 1901 and every two years thereafter, the first of said Besnu tit to conMltute the btels fur tbe rollictlon nf nil taxes for the ymr r mllng .1 iiiiu '.(0, 1902. The value placud upon real eslnlu tu the District by tbe last general aecefsment constiliiteil 1 either a fair nor an tqultahle ImsI for Ihe collictlon of taxes, and the same elinuld be revlsetl and corrected with out delay. A bill imbmlylng the vleas of ihe Ci ininltslnmr will be preeiild to Cii'gii st an early dnv. In or b r ! derive lliu full tieDelit of tbe proi il legislation It should receive very-Hrlt attention from Congress, In order 1 in tbe m rmanenl assetanr tniy liecl' tbilr wnrk not later than Much, IHD1 The CninmlnsloBera say the l)ltr.c should not bo required to contribute to the payment nf ooe half tbe expense for tbe establishment nf n now zoolog leal park or tbe -18 Inch water-tnIn. If It It, It I urged that the pnytneut made be made In twenty five annual In stallments. The same urijimiunt It urged In connection with llock Creek Park. In regard to tbe liquor trairto tbe Commissioners urge the paasage nf the two hill now before Congress provid ing for high license. An appropriation for tbe District for au exhibit at tbu World's Fair la asked end tbo passage of a bill for a new. District llullillos; is likewise urged, llefcrrlng to street Improvement the rcrtert says The tchtilulo of streets leoom mended for Improvement bit been prepared with care, and It has been tbe endeavor of tbe Commissioners to see that all streets mentioned Is tbe Appro pilatlon bill In tbe past shall be placed so ss to Insure their belnc done at tbe earliest moment when funds are avail able for tbe purpose. Tbe amount to be expended in thU way is estimated at about 1135,000. Tbo Commlselocere were disappointed ut having to recommend so small an amount, but tbe revenue of the Dis trict would not permits greater expendi ture. It is tbe Intention, with the per mission of Congress, wherever tbe foundation is poor or extraordinarily heavy travel Is expected on a street, to put in a foundation of hydraulic con crete six laches In depth. The extra expense of this It about 33 cents per square yatd. The permit system is extolled ami the attention of Congress Is again ealled to tbo neceaaliy for Immediate legislation to loctify Ihe Irregular subdivisions In tbe suburbs of the city, so as to make the tli eels conform to thoee In the city. Tbe Commissioners renew their itt'.iu meudation for tbe co&struetl.ia of a tunnel lu the valley of Itck Creek, snd tbe Ailing In of the low por ttops of the grounds hetwoon tbe citlea of Washington sad Georgetown. Attention is called to Inn excellence of the public school and a contin uance of a liberal policy for their sup port is asked. The Cotamiseionars concur in the lecotumemlaHoa of J, leu tenant Colnaej Milieu, the officer in charge of tha Washington Aqusaluct, for the lm pfoemat of Uw receiving reasrvoir. As tha capacity of this reservoir is badly seeded to afford additional limn fur tke water to settle fastfosc its iMetri button aod also to store a reserve supply as a provision against aa accident to tka conduit, the Cominlaaloaww uriut tkat fund may soon ha found available for improving this reservoir With the growth of the Datltict, aad especially of Its Mtbarbaa vtHagaw. a ujgeau accessary aria far a corrnsnnnd bag iacreaan of ike MntropffMtsn Pulioa Foeco. Tke atuatkn of Coogreas is roapect f ufly fat vHcd to tke accompanytag saaort of tke eseior aad aupstriaicadenl, aad to Bs iateirigaat d4eusaoa of the aaaa of thai Uoportant baaek of tka pukBc aarvire. Tka Cosjimttnnars earnaaily rwaew tkeir tecoawBdsAio for tMtataalor anyeadateat, so far as B wialsw to ttw police forca of the IBatrict, of sssodoa iM of tka KevUnd StaAittw of tka tailed Statea reiallng to tka IMatrict of Coluoibia wkkh prvvidof tkat "ao per son shall be appgtsUed as potkmau or watchtoaa vlw kat not ar aad fat the djasf or Mtiy of tka UsJta4sBAa aasf tecetvedaa bMtnki 4lm&u0t-'' Tke reasons which led to tka enact amt of tkisUv, so far a it is splscahsa to tha aptadoUBafBt of pulicma, have CMaVMaWel V) VJaewtlU Mo aurvivor of tke dvU wacaa wow ha ajsBOtatod. Tha spphV-aai for a poiaJAMut whu coafcena to tka ate aathed ttq-uueuieots as to age could got have been saoea than Ik yearn old at tjhtdoecof the war That bva uoco taatt Uadt ihe u umber of eMsdkl , is haw uutoy wunhy u- m tw nna every way tttud for this imp jU nest serviie, suui baa rendared it dtBii-oU to uiuilu ibi high kiaO'ird A iuul UgcSce and LilitkiKj wut 1 sii 1' i rhiT rtetlyp the pnltfe fnn e of the Dn trlct. The ('nmmlsawwiejts tecomtneiHl tkvt Ihe setter dlvitfotl bj placed nn A per tnaneW footing. Tb tetmn of the minor depattwWwts of the Drattfct rftcorpnraed m tfce t M, ad whloh hate already WHIjfWh lisfttew. ate rrmenrred In betlre Com tntiMiroaet The report dow. with . Mhiandatlf nf the real nd WtNcity of Ik tartwne offtcers aftd wmpwywof Ik District Tratwirt. - - VVn im 1 1. fjeeretnry Traey Want tt te He tbe Orewret In Ihe Woflil. In hi annual feptwt Secietary nf the 2Tvy Trery swy that tke aim nf the Save Dermttment during the last year In carrying out the rrrnvl'fon, nf Ihe law In refttewse to the Inctewae of the Savy l the aim that was adopted and steadily purnrd, during Ihe early rear of mit naval history to build ahlrj of ration type eaeh one of which SBonhl be the brt of her claw in the world. The 1'rdtul 9'ates, the report sttte. pnttsc three line nf battle ship, which are a porerfitl as any bailie ships in the world. In the opinion of I lie Secretary, however, twenty veel9 nf this cla are necessary to protect the roailnf ihe country. special attention I called to the neciltynf protecting the vulnerable point along the roat. particularly the stretch frnm Fortrr Monme to HiMton, which contain four large commercial title. The type of ship which the iK-tihiiment suggest for local defense Is that of an enlarged Puritan. Intended only for smooth water cruising, but of such armor and armament as to be In vnlnetable against an single assailant. During the tat twenty month nine new snips nave been put in commission, of which twothe Texas ami Jtonlana are nearly ready for launching The euvlu, built by Cramp 3ons, the Secretary ay, is ns yet an experiment. The machinery of tbe Maine is making rapid progress and the vessel will probably be In co-nmlsston by July, 1 PD3. Tbe hree baltte ships Indiana. JIaschutt9 and Oregon, will be completed by November, 1808. Cruiser Nn. 12, which Is to bo com plelcd by May 10, 1803, I expected to be a vessel without parallel among the war ship of the world. The Departmenthasexperlenced great illsapimlnlment In the armor of the liethltliem work. A favorable report Is made by the Secretary on tbe experi ments with nickel steel armor. He also directs particular attention to tlie extra oullnnty reduction in the costnf mak ing gun and gun carriages at tbe Wash ington gun factory. The report recommends that tbo number of rear ndtntrnls be Increased from six to ten, tbe number of lieuten ant commanders from 71 to 134 and the number uf lieutenants be diminished in like proportion. An Increase uf the Hnglneer Corps is riooinmended and nlo an organlred naval militia. Tbe estimate for the IncrcuH) nf tlie Navy show nn enlargement grouter than that of any ntiur year. For the year ending June 80, 1801 they are $0. 8W5 3CO. SECRETARY NOBLE'S REPORT. What Ih Unman of the Interior De partment Have Accomplished, The report of tbe Secretary of tbe InKiIor for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1&B0, shows that the Department wnrk I done by 10,130 persons. Secre tary Noble recommends that tbe sala ries of tbe First Anlitant Secretary nnd tbo Assistant Secretary be Inareaseil to 5,000 n year nn account of tha largo amount of labor and responsibility de volving upon them. A greater force ami more men are needed for the work of tbe Land Office, as In splto of all the work that has been iloue tbo work of tbe office Is In arrears. An Increase of tbe salaries of the Commlciloner and Assistant Commit tloner of Indian Alfalrs tbe latter from ?8.000 to $4,000 Is recommended,. as also an Increase In tbe salary or tne financial clerk of that bureau to $3,500. Nine additional clerks and one medical expert for tbe Indian Bureau are asked for, as also additional force and room In the Patent Office, and un Increase of tbe talary of copyists to fOOO as In olber bureaus. Referring to tbe admission of new States, Secretary Noble Bays "No small part of tbe satisfaction and good feeling of tbe people of Washington, Montana. North Dakota. South Dakota, Idaho and Wyoming exlblted at their more recent election, la known to be due to the liberal and just execution of tbe land laws, tbe pension laws and the sympa thetic interest of the officers of the General Government in the rights ami welfare of the Western people.'' Tbe various lands In tbe United State. exclusive of thoee ot Alaska, extend over 5$6,21S,el acres, of wbiah &, 778,430 are already surveyed. Alaska contains 537,310 square miles The lends patented to States for education, internal Improvements ami public build ings exceed! d "300 per cent over the previous year, amounting In ltdW to 519.17V o4 acres. The railroad re ceived patent for 81.181 17 acres lees than but year, tWt.leaS.15 for lbftO, against 435.M4 (IB In lb), or which , 7iS 01 acre were la Minnesota, sad the remainder In Iowa. LouUlaua and IS is eooein The Secretary condemn ttm emnloy menl of Indiana for Wild Went shows, and says that further legiaUlkM U necessary to enable Use Cammlssloaeg to contend againat the great ellof In temperance. Heftxring to pansiona. the Secretary say thnt tka work dune by this bureau has reached wonderful pwoaortions, and that its expeaHttues has sent into tha channel of trade and commerce In the country mora than $100,000,000 during tha past year. Tka aptvoiMiatioa for the pteaent yearta r7,t0,li)t, but adds that a de&ciency appropriation bill wilt be requited. m ettiL J8RYL Tke KetMMt ladiewta That It t Hvtttg 1'mumI Fsaw fartUaoeUld, Tha Civil aeweka Cosamtstioti has coasasaaad Its teaaiel tefjoat II shows ikat tha clanWed servic has grown ao aa to iadwa over aB.ttfta peotde. aad tha leaaovai do not iantoth utMsna parMaaiishlg- A comparison of the siaasbrr of iemo-Ja made la tka ad miahwrarinais of Artbu. Uavnlaad aad Uarriaoa is given. Thai paccentage uadar tha tu-at two was about 6 per cent each and show that the question of poMtioa haa kswm MaMaAed in utak lu ttswrak In the cstatueBS aad yogtal aw. Ice the result is bats satiafei-toiy. The Uw, the tpiitt coattauae. vhUa B may not ha mo-feii aroduicaa a htatox Qvara aiviiMb adaHJaletr aahm aa bha pat ma If yata- BpVlVWCtJgl egTafatnll Tha iBswwettna of grasWiMc. aad vhliabka smkMM BiawfleB ttMpHjT MbWIsM tt IbIS Qifcwste' My fWft. How is tMV touhnaeni put up uy order " ' Surry, air but thai Ucajsi. you I 1 J ui. to put li duwn II v mutism rer the lp1nm Habit ruei th nflft 're THurmtrt. 911 Pxixtrt, Sne. 3 FntfiR I5d watit, the yormg opium fiend now In lira Ilotrw ot fJotrecHon, claims to b cnted of tin vice by hypnotism, eteltsd rjy ir. isnyern, tm jsh tmystcian. Brown Is a man with singularly lt eye and a great mesmeric fnrca. tie twtemlrrcd to try hypnoilt.lruBdwarir, btcftnw he feated the ptlsowet wwtm rwcotne insane from sheer eravlntfTot lire deadly drug. He obtained sewk complete control over Wwatds that tm) ffeim entnyed the first refreshing steep he ha known fot years, gained fteeh and mtt all derire for thw itow, wlrteft be hten necettaty to hts etttwrj tot rixteen years A fillow prisoner, who didn't rwHatts tn his reform, offered him soma gum oplnm. bnt it made Rdward sick, al thmrgh before iwlng hypnotlgil h wcnhl hare enjoyed It. The physician are nndecMitl ahnm ihe pmtnetic.T of the effect, but Of Ilfown will expat! menl on olhet nenda and test his theory. Three Strenthentt "t til liter. M rt PhltniMrMn Prm. l'rTTSwuHo. Nov. 28 George Brown of Cleveland, a young man nf 97 years, died at the boarding house of Mrs. Wil liam Gieen, on the South Side, Fltt btirg, on Monday nUht. He had been living there for four years poet, and cut quite a dash socially. Ily the time bis mother and brother reachrd here from Cleveland three young women had gathered at the young man's blei, all declaring that they were engaged tn marry htm, and claiming the exclusive light to don mourning at tire. One, whose name I not revealed, succeeded in establishing her claim, nml was allowed to accompany the remain ami relative m uieveiami, wntcu ane did Tuesday In widow' weeds. Ilrutnl. FftmPHtl. Noorllcb Yrs, as Shakespetre say, my library is a dukedom. Blunt And your brain a barony. Not a Local Disease Because catarrh affects your head, It I not therefore a local disease If It did not extst Inyour blood It could not manifest Itself In youmoeo. The blood now Inyour brain Is, before, yon finish reeding this article, baek In your heart again and soon distributed to your liver, stomaoli, kidney and soon. Whatever Imparities the blood does not oarry away cause what we eall disease. Therefore.wliea you have t'nlnrrli nT ttic llcmt a snuff or other Inhalant can attnot give only temporary relief The only way to ef fect a euro Is to attraek the disease In the blood by taking a eooitltatltinal remedy like Hood's Sarsdparllla, whloh eliminates all Im purities ami thai verBMaeflllyeare eat-irrh. Tliei .Sneers of Mood's &rtparllla as a remedy for eatarrh Is vouch! for by many pe iple It h is cured. A book tent free. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists, il; six for SS. Pre pared only byC.I.llOODACO., Lowell.MaM. 100 lloc On Dollar FOR A GOOD SHOE iTISlT Wilson & Can's For an Easy Shoe GOTO WILSON & CARR'S. We carry tbe Bent Line ot Patent, Leather Eb for Ladle aad Oen tlesaen at tt a pair at Wilson & Carr's I'aklilouuble hliou Men. Ao. 029 f STiu:i:r n. tv WMhlagtoa, D. C. BALTIMORE STORE, 4 aud 0 AV.XKT U.tLTIMOIti: hTltUtir, 140 LOTS -IK- TEN DAYS. UNPKBCSfiSNTEO &tL Of LOTS AT KENSINGTON PARK, Furmerly Kaowhs. on the lute uf tke Uetro pblltan Braach of tha B. X 0 K X. Tbe Most BeantMul Mace or iseide- Aboiw ta either WaaUagkin. Tbe luta at Keaaucloa Park are being sohl raiUly. JSauy uf oar baat cUuusaa nave taken two or autre Wby t QaAnA aad laanaAaai 1m4 streets, paved gutter board ataewouu, tree aaA tree boxes ou vry lot aan Ban reeblsiiciaareavtaeaueeot iterssaaaeer aaa ataSwy- -tsaMurrvcaat tabuer Is now ereellng a $.0J8 kouae. wkiot wills a an aanirten w ta asany oenesHini re damn there. Wr SuHeaa. tka ymU kaowu attoraaf. aa purvaasee aiussuu; It j,.uoar, iwi tuu; & . i W9, Mr TvosjideU. tea lot. B F QU- aart, L. WottTe. 9 i.gwii. w a. Moraao and taaar bar. Mr JtoComa. the wasTkaowa and pooler ruglat of thia eUr. wtU sbuitly bttth),. dneates at tbe Put; 2a SP&5& """ Pasties basing at ansiaon have vosativ saa;iraatirwbTar auner and eaaasy wiU aotomelSb whaa ui.isshlna SaU be eon tribute4 to tbe ant ca U gSBSlngton and liriag te to the front rank uf all suburhau Tu the raut payUii people aad thus bavleg m duU we wiwsw ut uit a. vuad. liun I lia biu anY kauSis wltfuiLt mael sBataaton sut a U tor boss or lay . koaj, ww tn I...-J..L,. tor saie ana gooa uvei lay. Call to tee Matono good Inveatawmt without oV Get Uisket ana swttuuu free Easterday & Haldeman 1 tSSMSl aUliAiXSS. u u. tJUH y STbtKKT. SIWUSJUHOM. ut(uanniuoa RwwiBriiiyiotttoisut atjDWSiaaaieleet Buy on tbe BWiod noor PdUe salaasaso U1 acooatnenr nartla to AWtritri'rt t I.ArH'S GRAUB orKRA Hot SB. Brerf Ivenrng Oety Matinc s "-ntm 1 ij Afnvrlc Pavorlte CoiPi- tlcntic MAGGIE MITCHELL iBMorted by her titstriaitc enmnnnv, r-i tMiSMen-rt of 'jtr t harlc V t Seatrag wet Stafienf t omeiitc IVnlgM and MttiTdsv M 1 1, RAY. Tity Xlght and anrlt - M--PASCITON Wnnedy Tlg'i. l.rTM.K flAKrtrtnir Thnfeday filgh LOttlR Frhtaj Night, iAB JtTna AextWeed STtTAIIT llOltSOX n ifli Haintitrr 1 XJJ SATlOlfAbTTtllATRB-7 1 i C '. The t-'ontantte Actcr ROBERT MANTELL. Tn-alght, alswTaenlayanil Wolni!ny Ev n Inga and Wettnediy M:me", Tnp Corsiefin Brothers. Thursday M Ftway gven'nesant "- irdn ta rnee, Monbars. Saturday Ktentng. Sbn' 1 n 5 Hamlet, Monttey.Ueo ?.-SHBSASInUt. t 1 HA 111118' rtltOD TBKATRE. M eek Crunmenclng Alondoy, l)c 1. MR, CMARLhS L- ELLIS. The Celebrated Herman Dialect f imedivi I the lain Wm Csrletoa's Mudcal ii.Qieilj Dratra, entitled CASt'KK THU Y IDLEIf. rresent for the children and button lido bueqnets for the ladles at every performance Next Week-ONK OP TUB FINEST del-Ct . KERNAN'S N"w IVfirJ?". TIlIS WKKK ladles' Matinee To morrow, KERNELL'S High-Class Vaudevilles, Ilec.S- n. W. Wlf.UAMs' Company KIltiOATlllN,! L. LANGUAGES, THEBEHLITISCHOOLof LANGUAGES ntllth UtreelNorthweit Best and Mot l',aetlcul Initiu ' 1 ') TERMS, J10. Hrani'he In Kew York, tloi in. I'M' t ' tibht, thleego, Paris, lleriin. Loudon, et Vet f ACADBMY OP T11K HOLY CKOS-i, lata lHa. Ave., Afferds every facility for acquiring a tin r oughedaealloalH lltoraturo, nui-lo and art. The InstrueieBts taught are i4ano, harp, vlu lln, guitar, Baadolln and banjo. Langaoge, gecrrol vocal, drawing and fancy work free. sel,ly -7 HLL8 COLLBUK FOIl W0M Ef, Aurora, Cayuga Lake, N. Y Three fall eeurses of itady. Ideation beaatlfBl and healthful. A refined Chrttttan borne. Jew bulldlag reedv next September. Session begins HBPTEMDEK 10,1600. Send for catalogue. E. S. PltlSBEK. D. D Print I pal. CT. JOHN'S COLLKOK, Anaapolh, Md. tsist sestten eoaaenee 1STU SEPTEU IJEIt. Bight SetmrtBent and tour course of study. UuIMIsgs heated by steam. Terms moderate. Por eatalogue address tbe presl deat, TtlOMAH TSIX, LL.D.. Ph. D. Tl,1 K.VDVILLE THBOLOQICAL SCHOOL. Meadvllle, Fa. Edaeates for tbe Christian Ministry. Koorn rent aad tolttos free. Aa entrance fee of M0 f er gas, beat and eare of room. All expense moderate. Term begin SEPTEMBEIl 30. AIUFa9 HEY. A. A. LIVEBMORB, D, D , Pre sldsnt. Mead villa. Pa. nOTSKX'S COLLW1B PREPARATORY kCHOOL, Mew Benntwiek. X. J BeasdSBg Sheal far Beys aad Young Men. Preenee far tbe best eoUegea, scieatiSu Bsashiaaal aaf btt&estaantei' E. H.COOK. A. M.PJuD. Head Master, T IXUEXSKMINARt, Lttt,Pa. A seneski fur yanag asei and youa UJi, atLMMx. Iniianaliir OaeaSy. Pa. 9Ttk year A sate, esmlartiiWii aaaoni nosoe; thurougU method; enieialovessient of th lodivUial mMjitt; aeivsaeag ane we at stogy, very pleiu ant hseallan; staa banted. M per year. M Kat KAY ABB'S IWeTfTVTK. KorwnHc, Conn. A Mosae ieaoaK for eirls aad Young La4U Waaiherof boa sdssgpejitUUsattea to twenty Baaetbant sdvantaeaie in kfaalo. Art audtb 1-igTngT- eyasnaelnat Pteaaant gruaads Healtbtnl toeattan. Puial boarded through tb tn water saanth. Hoard, waablag and taittan ta the aaathib branuh. saw per aehnlaattnyea-. nen tar etseabir Y rtUTnn' llhWrWTK, r.Pa. Tb Bv WUrtOWMitX K UUOPXK, M A.. Bead hbtetec. Poor bt received a asaasbers et tb hasat ataatar'a faaiLy At aaaaeat tbea aa ta vaasaitn Hr. Hooper baa sent MM to Marvart. Yaie, Prinuatun. CUatrbts. Ueaga. sntbewal, Trtalty. t Matt, Answoaa, e- and has not badacau date fori TtAJaaaeootrojeia vona aWabliahed ta !. PsMfWestor Acc. ttasetan taane. Taaasetbodby wbli-btb aeietl ttcaitta age aaaaaiad will be founj b tbe aBsmad eatatoa af Ifiw Aikeo'n pju plant oa ''aaaaaaat Atteiiiton.' iw aasdfl . tor ala aaaaataao', 9 VuWu uce. KsajYeck. B' T. LVUkK aaVUOL, gOaton, near PbUadeiiiia. Pa. A bi claa seaeoL la.huaiiy tim- titl binettee Bsesatni smrrouodtags uiug goadurg. Peasaw or any jtiige ur buai- ass. lot as tat yeartv Yale, JUrvard aartPraawatoa eeoleJofcceuf juoxuioi i-. Kuiubsr Uudted. CSAKJLXs U bVUo, r Prti. i