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THE DA I LI CTUTIC, 71 IMAY EVENING, DECEMBER 0, 1800.
Tub" Daily Critic &1TT frr.01AZ,B. iwwtwit 4km or ittHh "e Mitp c nrtndfl to ell Ml ctnM 1 and tattr T"lntcs for one woe only at n t moi tr, rpmoj-tcmttodsy. Akto -ee tt oteeatrt 4 ts RooMr fn ptoa At i MWv The tr mm w t . for the prio e, x irtt ont esfaMttlnnent MM iro'r tle nirm WW art lr thatwtmtd b Jnl ttw tWn for a asvnrisi i rrfot. Ah t noT-roM rock ru.i . w, h. Horairros ft v . 11 nd 1 F i n w tho ploirtw Instsllnieiit titan. ! atMSand asaSerearh streM Inst retirrfted from thp aaat- rli an immense )? of H cruat food, ct, tpve. pan fnrnteh tobt hnnw trnm tt0hWte hi nrrpt. at tin atwt ith t r, cm tin mtMllnwn plan. 15 TIE CRIMINAL WORT. SMtSVf ?tle lllhichMm 114 n Very HMy Day, Smut Harrlsrm. who hot Mm. Jn llamtte on A pi II 2 lat At foer rwl rttw nf Xw .terse- asen, was f ttfHt smiity In the ( rlmlnal Court res tcrtay and sentenced In three years In the Altws)y fwftltentittry. WtlttaM Wltora stir! William II 1 lord,w!w were charged with house lircaMtift ott Isnenr. withdrew plea of not gttlltr and entered a plea nf jMrtlty. Matilda Itcefcer, a miMle-eit ntnud woman, pleaded tnlltr of vlo ltg the potter law. and was fiord 1. .loon l'roby, who cotnmllted a larcenr Mtirnl years ago, was arraigned ami en tered a plea of enllty to a charge of rutty larceny. The rtlea was accepted I'V the (favernmenl, nd John wm sent i the lhmkt jill for 80 day ami or iWtetl io restore the property stolen. TM morning the habea crpm case John llnkney, the colored man fottwl utility of ketp1n an unlicensed liar awl sentencwl tn jail unlit Ids fln and IWnae fee weru paid, was taken tip Chief Justice lllngliam denied the lt!tlwi for histelease and reminded the ptlsoflcr to jail to complete hl lK'ntence. lllrtvtnr I'lrctml Acting Mmler their new charter the "tcirkhoklcrs of the American Security ard Trust Comrmny hae elerted dt ui tors for the ensuing year as follows : Alrtsnder T. HrltUra. James K. Fltih, WtlWam 5. Thomson, Hsrry F. West, ltuNett IHhhuii, William Veriwr. Henry S. l.'i-htm, Uwrle J. licit, Mjron M. l'arkpr, Chstles C. I)ttiKnofl, Cliarleo 1'iw tir, Atnmi A. Thomas, James (I. I'nytte, MUbari V. Iievsrldge. Nathaniel I'. Jan my, Caleb J. Xllloe, William M. t'iate, I'imh) P. Xuir4, Juhn '. Ilerrell. Martin 1. MorrK John S. Jenks, Alan II. Need, 1aiill Dimovan, Smuel t. Sharp, John U. Mi l.enn, HfHjiimln II. Warder, Usury A. Wlllatd, Matthew II. Kmery, Julm N. lutcbiinouiHl Henry V. Blount. The dlreclort then met and elected the following officers. President. A. T. Jltltion, first Tlct president. 0 J. Hell. wioix) vice president. A A. Thomas, siertlnry. Oeorire K Kinmons, tre urir, Pucy II. Metxgcr. Ulll I'lleil rur rrulMlo. The will of the late William A. 1'aulkHcr or thla city was filed to day In the ( Rb-e of ihe ltKiler of Wills. Ills ifw.n!c works, etc.. are iicqueulliml to 1 is ), William A. Faulkner, jr., of li'alio, awl the remainder of his pron ertv1 left Io hU daughters, to he dl ldttl equally anions ihem. William A Gatltty and Gnhrlfl V. Johnston are jji inloalcd as executor. Au C3srapllllel copy of the will of the lain Thomas W ullmorn of New imit, N, II.. wa tltoil today. The ludk of liU estate Is Ult to bis sons, Uiilncy A. ami Thomas A. OHmore. Ilia property In Vasblnton Is left to It's son, Thomas, atd f.eander DoflgeU ar pointed executor. Alumni I ii I If. A Washlufston branch of the Johns IlopVIns' Aluwtil AtMicIatlan was iund.d hy the r-Wnt alumni at a li.utiny huW last ewnlog at the rooms ft the Y. SI. C A. Those present were: Dr. Heary C Adasns. John II. laUh, W. W. WUIflttKhbr. Or. U. Y. Hays. P.M. Hushes. Harry Knullsh. r. W. A. Hedrkk. II. M SiokM, Joh 1J. Mtt'aulty. Fleldl Oarrlsou aid Dr. Kdid Allen Fav. Dr. Ad mans was cliiiiil pressilest. 3Ir. Ish vlci prenldtnl aid ilr Willougby fernelary and treasures. Au lllutiratiMl I.rclHro. "St. Paul's Journey U Ime" forweil Hi subject uf a Miust imtrwiiine lecture vhkk wt delivered b)- the Ilev. II. (J. t?pHjdHr of Kewtwi, iUs at Ail Niult' Church law tight . A Iar e bitd twen title ted arroes the liureh jtist In front of ih ebsncel. anu ipo tbU ih Utiurr, by Means of HefswptksGtt views, illustrated the dlf frresit staises of St Paul's jours- The ictluie shewed a cartful Uudy of thaw nilklni! tinunt UJeh the speaker so uapMcsily dcrib.l. Au hi j) kbits huivrtalbuwul. Thv "Foillshls DfansMle Club" gitTe a nry tj"ibU eatetlaJsusuwt at Carittl ISllue last aiakt. The kail vkcroJ. d, Md tko who braved the iaihf w singly repaid for Ihclr inulilsr by i ntctlWuc of tke per tnnMiprti. Tk ptinmmwt was a .W Msd atiisMiti i'. ewbnurfasit m US, u vlwh.su ud dlahij(us. aad rix lutktf hk the laughable facte I ik atui Co " The lirtt psitstie aieJsHk: hibitio by the fytsmstluw class of the Y. H. C. X. duitag IM ncesent aodsiioa yer wtti U: givtMi um MmAy Btgkt m al tit soetniosi ball. Tken wt at pseseat but 4m saembets of the anfnie.ssIi4.Bs i lass, swd bo 100 of ih mmtmt willisTfsMroa Mosuiay sixU. Ae ts ira.H ptogrsaacue has bea irsd. iu(.ittM a bicycle ejthiUrton by W. Harry Wm1. tad tk.ei wUl doubt Wss be a Jciflsi csoffid i& aitsmfaiife tJmtu-t. 'kke b8 ii iuhs Utfit. lo. S3, F i' i ik cNMtag yw "WflPasMHPiP ppsm Mtiass. actatof Vi4ea i Ht.1, lualwr wsMHsM 1.148. MUMfttnr, ebcktk tjcsm, 8- i i. uxwmm, fvissu ictss: Crla l""i'l UUt. ad L. fiikirbjiis it iistor, It Junss Kic Aswi4u. &ssiM i ." J i. i MUjo 4n$itmA a Uectuse f (fAi uwjsj lk sub jec-t ' i'sjjriajl " a ikw ifi titiui itti.sn ObuCfl bgfejfis tm bkmu 44 im imam -" l t A$4 Mr'htiMl. wtmb W swtsiss' p'piw pwsfswwams s""ps m jptCTsJs1 M J. fcsW ejsr-sB Vs.sJk vm vbM jkJy "a A It Mi Hi rat m . m w UUi tmtn . tLnfl-i u friasitiiit bv lie - I for a M.IWUh r. of 4 -iSJI DjT saw UWttrllEtUHi of fir ja... Ulwirfj. WS8t, Bg .feftklMMMt 5jBpW eketsal by Ar- Mad A M.. wwm Umm.T. deatr of m wmmwtoi mlejn Ihe l'jmm Clnvlwnatt .lenrnnim issi rmsMtO Awisy. Mr. TTftshlnston Mi Lean, th fnnrotit Clttrtnnatl innrtmlM, iftert ahemt t) o'ctork la exenfni at M rethteiwe 1 this lty. 1 1 I.aiayette 5inr. Mr. Mcleans health hd heen fall in e for rome mrjBih, ad iteMli Is supposed to hre rewilted from general deMHty d otd . He tirt been tonflned to ths) ktiaisa for a month past, stnd stftce me ewif of the week there wm no hnpf ot nl recovery, on Sunday be beentne nncooc!tm, and lst ntgnt ptwsed awny pencefnllv and without tny apparent strangle. At hts liedaMe when b dfwl were his son. John H. JtcLenn, hla tiro daughters. Mr (ien. listen (Nt Mn. A II nucher. Ms wife and srttrtal mndchlldren. Mr. McLean came to Washlnfton abonl eleht years ao and purchased the old "!1chlcs mansion on I,fayr-tte ?qnare. He umoikkil the old hmise ard mnde It Into a handsome new d well Inp. lti ha resWed In Vahlngmn during ihe winter ever since. Mr. Mel can was a native of Ctnoin natl. being born In that dty In 1S He pnsseswd a common school education, and at an early age learned the ma chinlsl's trade. He became the pro prtctor of a lioller factory, ami after wsids eneaccd In lhesteambat tms- ncs. A short time btfore the war Mr. Mi Lean and John J Koran bontht the nntlnnatl Kmtrirn: nm to Mr. Mc Lean's management of the mper Its great aMccew is mainly doe. I or manv year Mr. McLean was a leader of the Ohio Pemrcracy. although he never held any office. He was called the Warwick of the Ohio Democracy, ami was a delegate to the famous Charleston contention just before the hieaklng out of the war. He was also a delegate to the conventions that nominated Pterce, ltuclmnan and Se inour. Mr SIcLean's active connection with the Ewi'iirtr rcantl a butt t fifteen years ago when his on, John It Mcliw, sticreeOtd him aj Mr. Foran's partner. Some eight years ago Air. Fornn retired from Ihe i:n?irer, and since that lime John It McLean has been sole pro prietor of the paper. Since his retirement from the Nn Mirer the deceased has devoted n great deal of attention to real estate, iwth In Cincinnati and Washington. He built the Hotel Xormtuulte In this city and also owned considerable real estate In Cincinnati Mr. McLean was not a prolific writer, but he IihiI the broad-minded and far sighted executive nhlllllos necessary for the successful conduct of a great news paper, lie was nn Indefatigable stu dent, and was especially familiar with the Constitution und its history. Ho was universally well Ilkod In this city, and his death will remove one or the most tnmmi Journalists of his day. Children' l!imiltxl Oniceri. The follow log officers for the ensuing year were uliced yesterday afternoon at a meeting of tie board of direct r of fit Children' Hospital. President, M. W. (Islt: vlce-tiresldent Fred It. Mngulre: secretary, I)r. William 1'. VoMi.pt: treasurer. W. A, TmiloH. Ths t osrd ol directors for Hie jtsrure: Lewis J. Davis, IIegii.sl.1 Frudall, ltoert C. Fox. Chsiles 0 (ilover. Dr. W. V. J(ho ttone, Jsm M. Jubuston, it II. Kjun instin, Mrs. M. A. II. KsHwaty, Dr. S. S. l.hitoln. in. J. W. II. Urcjoy, V. U Moore. Miss Virginia Miller, lloiiry m KeB, Mrs. Iloheit K.iitnae, Kdw4M Temple sod Dr. J. Ford Thwapson. KxetutlveicimmlltM Dr. J.W.It. Ire Jo, chairman: M. V. (Jalt, Mrs. M. .. II. Keiimdy, K 1.. Mnoiv sud Miss ireliila Miller. Kloaiiii- roinmlttee t.ewis J. DsvU, ihalrman; F. II. Maeulre, U. U. (Mover, W. H. 1 U.niioii anl IJolwrt C. Fox. Uih vlsllcirs- Mrs. Kotiert K. Stone, Mrs. F.ltsaheib Ilobson. Mrs. M. A. K. KfiirtUr, Irs. Thomas II. (isls, MUs Vlr gluU Millet. Mrs. N. I.. Anderson, Mrs. J. C. Ainlqrrtd, Miss Jna Heckwlth, Miss hste Hurtrtss. Mrs. C.l.leti.ii CsrlUU, Miss Dshlsreti, Mrs. Charles It. Ihtvis, Mrs. Charles W. Has, Mrs. K. T. Diss, Mrs. Admiral Frankhn, Mr. M. W. nail, Mrs. thsrlsH C. (ilover, Mrs. Coodloe, Mrs. Willtsw T. Itsrru, Mrs. Kate Usury, Miss i srulltMt Usury, Mrs. W. 11. Jloske, Jtrs. Kalph Jobnaoo, Mrs. James M. Johnson, Mr. . II. Kaffwane, Mrs. J F. hmeh, Mrs. I.. . Ulir, Mrs II. L'atiot lAicv, Mis.T. B. M. Masou, Mrs Edward Me Caule), Mr. F H. Magulre, Mls NiBHle Merrick, Mr. Frederick I.. Moore, Mm. Villi, Mrs. M. L. Nortou. Mn. Phllllim Mr. Johu Koeer. Mr. I. 0. Kobblus, MIm Swbtuck. Mr. T. (1, Swlfrlilge. Mr. Philip isheridsa, Mrs. ClrleSbrnll. Ml,, Sieard. Mr a. Shield. Mr J. T. swsa us, Mrs. 1 uckerssan Mrs.it. II. Warder, Mr. II. A Wtlbtrd, Mrs. WlilUia A. BarUeM, Mrs. Ci4Shi1 MelKinaltl, Mrs Uue, MIm Uojil, Mr. AnhiUl.l Hup klos. Ml. (IufJ KtekeM. Mrs. Seulor V ahball. Mix otfurd and Mrs. ( .) Mt LaeahaM. The lust tea ladies am new mwbefs of lb board, the other being re elect losu. Death fruui utural (Juu.e, TkaMMs Sboiltr, a eoio(sl aa, tiksd luddesiiy at bit kse, Na -m L Uwt northwest. !t atfht. Tk family www vrr Nsucb slrad sl tbosutkt tkr bad ssrs k4sosi aduiiUtfud lis some way. Coiooer Pattetauti, wWi was su rttssj. gate a crtilWto to tlse tdTaKt hat death rtkultsai from eosgeaiuni of ikw lueit. t Try Berkeley A w .lurj italeaSwI. Tbst C'osnsuUkiojiers i au sllIUl Itb 111 report wade hi tkas by tk jwy ipfoimUd to eoedsMsu husii for tk exirsMsns) e aiiswt, from LioeoU ave asis: to Svcossd atmst Ttwcust. s e tlisuasd V Us jury, wag &.. Anosisiw iury hm be drawa, sjsd u mm ks stem wk fastfotsi tky are ikt kW J U pum. The Nev. Soto VbJicosBfcv A iwatMof the Inivesattot Citscit of f r Fatks:.. Tktrtsretth d t tssst awibweat, sritt be tfrtsrad a tsvuigHtby wesuUsnef tk Mi Wbistsib to (row Uo4 s 1 4B-M-Mtsl4rf lrlWKUe hllilAMML "'Wj (SspWfi 9aMHRPKspl ssV$jnCVf PHmprs jspp?Beaj fnVsiSsy sjaMisilW VHwsfejsnFaast Bw4teM ac CaMala Lu&aa. tka torn.- sis mkI tf tree tk is Utfe easy f tMteH to fieMfsl T gae ludal a aattkitf tlda Aei;fiM m am sYwfjMlawwt jk SsMwj, tr itmA, && t. er - ttftise ttta st iswoi c-0y to Mw Miwlo ilw. fMi 4. m9 HOT ri" W swWMt H - - ' Jk-b i- KwwM. a ttstjAa tmteih$, arait ktt As atgeifliastf .! m BUiiual aavi VBisMJ tluuu TUliUrtnlb asd i. ftn.'i.-i et'ttb .! GOULD. tie lnes Tttlmr Tttnt Btjstiry tho unxfrmi .y rrewin. 2fw York. Dec. ft Jfay Gould t- r,m a reporter sfcosjrerl it dlpt!rh frwn Tlntchlmon. Kan., unnounrinL' ntsr purchases In the tetm for the pur pw of putting up nesr salt plants, and honferr1njr to an ftllett?il desire nf Mr. OottM to sborten the Missouri Pclflt line from St. Iwfi to Denver by fwty-elght miles, aM- "That Is all rront by ihe other Jay Oould the one wkortvmlnir all over the country ami ivorklnt at everything that I know frothing about. He Is not thfe Jay QtinM , he Is a mystery to me a great mywwry ftr indnlffing In a hearty laugh Mr. Gould fid in reply to other lo inilrfeg: "I don't know aertMng aomtt ine rnmors as to the I'nron Pacific ftontlnt tfebt. except as I read them In print ot hear of them The company had to pay !t.rtoo,ono for new ennlp menl, which It budly needed, and the people wanted their money That has all lietn arranged, ami the c ompany re reives 130 new locomotive engines and ttwesn t.orw) to 5,0tW freight osrs There is a great deal of wheat in the Northwest which couldn't be mored on account of the scarcity of cars. We have money on hand to meet our interest, and so we feel that we are In clover Mr. (lonld spoke hopefully ot the prospect of gold Imports ami added. "This last decline la bringing on the Investors again. We have evidence of thl In the culling up into small lots of Missouri Pacific certificates to day. Asking Heller from Slnrmtlon. Drnt.ii, Dec . The priests on Achlll Islam! have appealed" to Chief SicreUry Dalfour to aslst four hundred famllks who are in actual distress be cause of the failure of the potato crop there. These unfortunate people have been reduced to the uecessity of eating dliiased potatoes In order tn avoid death by stiiriMtion. A I'rlann IIIk Future lliiinr. Jacksox. Mi, Dec. 0. Marshall Moiely, wllh two assistants and accom panied by DctectUe Jackson, who ran the Ilurnws eang down, loft last nlgltt wllh "llube" Smith for the Columbus, Ohio, penitentiary on a life sentence. Sn.Ith is ihe last sun Ivor of the Ittir tows gang. Tnhlnc Atlvnntnce nf tho llaoiu. There Is great excitement In South west Washington. The storm centre of it Is the building devoted to the uses of the lSurenuor Engraving and Printing. From that centre there are radii In every direction. That, by the wav, Is a habit rndll have. They are generally found originating from a centre. Tne cnucc of the excitement teferred to Is nn advance In south wrat real holdings Put 1 phenomenal. Corner lots near to and far from Ihe engraving butldln are now held nl prices as steep as the sldo of a precipice. Other lots are so high up as to be almost out of sight. There Is Mrs. O'Flaherty. for Instance, who owns a milk distillery on 11 street. She hits refused $100,000 for her ranche. and this not Including the buck billy goat and pump. The cause of the ex cltimenir The jieople of Southwest Washington keep jtostitl on affairs They know of Senator Stanford's Tanners' loan bill and they are cogolzsnt of the Farmers' Alliance sub-treasury scheme and the many other scheme in Congress providing that tlte Got em inent shall commence to grind out money without stint. la order to ful fill iliee demands they see tint the Knfrarlng and Printing Ilulldlng must oe e marseu so as to extend over about the whole of Southwest Wanhlngloa, and they are waiting for the Govern ment to buy of them P. S The latest report In regard to the matter ! that a syndicate has been formed to buy from the Government the Potomac Flats In otdsr tn sell back lo It when the Priming and KBgravIng llu reau has to be enlarged. hi wir. In a lit. Henry Itruee. a colored man, was tried ami convicted In the Criminal Court to-day of having earaal knowl edge of his Hi j ear old niece. The prisoner was sentenced to a term of Ave years In the penitentiary by Chief Justice P.inguaai, but scarcely had the tenienie been announce! when a very distressing scene took pUee. The prisoner's wife, who was present in ihe court room, fell lo the floor la an epileplle til. and was carried screnwing awl struggling into one of I be witawas rooms. Medical attention was Iwme diateiy procured, but the convulsion continued for a long time before she mcvemi sufficiently to be conveyed to uer noHMt in me pnuoi vtagon. I'uluoiMe Keller tiurM. The Potomac Kellsf Crp. auxiliary to Ike Department of the Potomac G. A. It., held a sweeting at (i. A. It. Hall tei sight. The ladies w utuck pU-ssed at the sueceas attending lk "Carnival of N'aihxn" hut -k. front which a handsome um was realized. The thanks of iW corps wr utMbtfeti Mrs. Aank GarfUoa, who look Um port of lb "Goddess of Liberty" during the carnival. A resoiutioa was adopted PftoiMUiing 33 for a CbrUtia din ner for swedy veterans. Fell Thwack uh hleiulur Shalt, Yesterday afteruoon Daniel McDon ald, who for some Um has bee -pkyd about Hut buildlnjr at tk earswr of nsHrstssnik and K Uwi, wsdt at work on ike aneowi foot of tk build in, bnekid ksso tke oeen eJeratM sksft and fU W Us floor bdkw. It Is fewsd thai k susudnad sssHumm itansi injuries. U was Udust to Mi house, K. 317 K trL LBMOK BUXIit. 1st WWIii KMisttS m, ttut Uri, ttr. IsMert ihm Wlxu- i a leut Mai SWBk thai txiabivlv uiim all MtoSWNWS, 4'fflliriltttlrn. t&iUEMku, Wawsn, TWssihMss. Loss of Apatite, Fers, Chills, falfihtUm of Hwrt, MMl B IsBf wWNM F st-UftBiJ I Sit V oMt rtiunt ol iti fafttii ssHsMsW ffftj fjptl 9Ml OdM sfoHisf I UMNb mum uv urvP-V WVpi oiu v S9 " BWwnsJj -sWi' M-$ wipMBsst wp isnssnHssM . sq(B HVssl SsWRsWs mHst MWspl ftli Fur i-osuMBniIii fnt catsstk, sk Immm !4ot Hsxsys, Fw UtUiwrliatB u4 nil tbsOttt uid Uj-ur 4iaeaae. t&ka iteft MestficaEia. 33 ccsXh'nt itwcglim. t'l-rvsrcii wiy A Lo8.i-m L-kMBlnt fens swiftissdsKi in Hsgigitpg wn tfee TjTftiJpj ojf n cnlrt A ub mm maaa ten rrfiialnr tsuui tnot IW kkh. jiri mm nmtMb Htav.v auMs at 4 uvetMa. but iUi tor lU titii-f af BtjUlisuti, Parker A Co , ,uh Ahl U lr.U u itha ti I the other jay BROTIIBR8. Sfl WSWW WANTED HER FEELIN8S SPARED. lie Inrsed Ihe Worlrt, lint lie Tirrnl III rettr tllit Mather. l-icvi ft ,ir ltrrl t'i Three or four of us soldiers on doty at Fort Leavenworth In 18T wet out on the hills one day for a rtrftWe, when a man came from the direction of Topeka on horseback. We snw htm 1 long enough Iwfore he got to t, and w? saw mat e was closely pntsnett by half a drren mounted men. We knew ihat meant Imslnets, and ws formed across the highway ami hulled the fugitive. Ills horse no ooner came to a stop than It drmped drd wlihesbanstfon. The rMer, too. w as alamt played ont, ami he ma le no rr (Islam e as we collared him. As the pnrsiwrs came np ami dismounted, Ihelr leader, who seemed to be familiar with Ihe programme to be followed.-hrlsklv observed : "Now. boys, get a rope oter the limb of that tree and ton him up." The fugitive had nothing to say. and In about two minutes he had a noe around hit neck and was waiting to be pulled tip, Four men tailed on to the other end, ami the lender approvshe 1 the ptloner ami said: Mi's usual to give a man a few minutes In which to say his prayers." "It's a sure thing. I "suppose." "Icad sure. You've stolen vrmr 11 horse." "Got to this time, eh?" "Ifot your last dollar'" "Say, boys." said Ihe man, as he looked around htm, with a good-bye to earth In his eye, 'come a hit closer. I am pretty well blown and you've drawn the noose a Utile too tight for comfort. I can't do no praying It's too lnle for that. I've got a poor old mother over In SI. Joe. It Isn't hor fault that I've gone wrong. "l'vo got $100 here of straight money, and I wnnt you to promise me iimi some or you will send II to her. Her name Is Mrs. John Webber Write her n letter and say that I died of fever, or some such tiling, nnd that I was too sick to wrlle. Will you promise?" "Aye : we will !" answered every man. "Cum you and Kansas and all tho rest of Ihe world, but I can't go back on my poor old mother' Make It easy, boys. Make It nccldent or sickness, but don't iell hor Just how It was. She's old and gray nnd feeble, and It would break her heart. You've nrom lied me. and ir you go back on " your word I'll haunt you to your graves' Now. I curse you all defy yo.i ind you can pull away ns fast as you tl n please'" They pulled, nnd he hung clear of the ground until dead. Tlmu they lowered the liody, secured the money, aud as they rodo away the leader looked from us to the bumards silllug overhead and said- "Leave It alone, boys they'll lake care of It." A l'ii!lnitlnc Art, A rnmpleia course In the faaelnatlng art of shorthand writing will be pub lished n Thh Chitio, The American clothiers, Messrs. KoWii n,u, Parker A Co., suutbeast comer of Srventh and I) streets northwest, bare i complete line of eold-neather clothing at very medeiate prices. OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT. FIHJsT KtOOR. O.VLLSRV RUBBERS, RUBBERS, A Cbatalelv Us of Hnbhcw for Udttw, 31 !, Htti ami CUru 3 Qualities. Belief, 35c Besl. 50c Very Best, 75c 25c We tow Y SSfiMThat Am SSTS-W M QUXVtGCK. The Combination, um, ummi isw f wtmuj. Corner tttb a w KAUFMAN & SICKLE, Liebig COMPANY'S & EXTRACT OF BEEF 1S uf f AKAW.K IS FtAVOK -e It fur kk.el Te S-jUlia. SHlUt b ilMUBc, Fi-b. l 1 All'k ur lli at KJIy. Hue iHMd (A ixtru.c-t uf t,jrtj MHui4 id 1km havl. Uvet ciUAi t kiXWMSMF SKf J. W 4spWmx 4t fclhWMi sfisf, km lMiMtV f & & . I I XZ- JL stUJrUU XUAQ MAKJs PURE y Olhigky, JAMKH THARP, 1 . ' .. tSiH ' SI stEEX X 1 &$ti3&& 8U The Great Manufictarers' Sa'e FINE Tailor-Made Clothing Ojx-ncil at i o'rloek to-ilav, oit. nrti axis i: sts. jr. w. (Riley BniMlne). and will rontlnne until every dollar's worth ts soM. Rearlnmlnil Kightj- three thousand dolhtsi worth of the F1nt ciotMnt ever ms wmsttfw'itirciy be sold It wfll pay Jen to come a hundred mites to attend tMi woederfni sacrifice sic. Krery gatM -t pisnwtetH as repreentd or money re landed. Don't wait, come st once. Men's tiallted Satin lined Overcoat, .. nen's ll-wool Black Cheviot Snlt, jfl.TS. Men's Fnr Baver overcoats, $S? regntar itn' Paecv Caimere Sntt, ft si; worth " jfen's Fine tmpotted Dlaeonat Snfts, Sit, reattlar price, tm. sisw's Rojai Mandard Kersey Overcoats, tseo; worth M, rsrr's Hest wigllsh Kersey. l is tailor msrte: worth gB, f-hetland and Stotm t71ter, M T8: regnlar price, SH. Men'Tltormide Casslmere Salts, $11; ljle; worth J. els Melton Overcoat, J. 78; worth . Pays' Dtereoats, ?9; regahir nrlee. $t sn. BtrChtieMlla, $i.;s; regnlar price, f.so. myt' Melton, J4.7S: rwmlar rule, m. Boys' rine ltres Orereoat, fl.M; worth JT fin. ( MMrenV OveretMt. SS een: vmrth to M. t M1dien Bxtra Ixinr rapes, I1.S9; worth l sa.. I Children's XilM Pine (TrrrnU wortn Men's Pant, 90 cent: rswnlar price, ft .TS. Men Pants 1.83; regnlar Bffoe, Jt Men's Fine Dress l'aaw, Jl.TS; worth J. Jlee's Rxtra Ptne IMnU M; wwih js 1j0 pair children's Kne Pant, M cents. This entire ttck selllne for ope tWrd vln, Dos't slay away for fear of not 4 tlnK these bargains, but pome preparail tn bar ami be convinced that what we adrwr tle are facts beyoml dispute Bach and eterr article solit precisely as advertised ami at price nstnel. Corner Wh and K sl , In the large thres storr brick linilillng. FRIEDLANDER. Grand, Upright and Square PIANO- FORTES. Special attention ot purchasers ts Inrlted to our "NKW AUTISTIC STYLUS,' fmlsbeil lit Uealgas of "JIIOUEST DKCOltATIVK AKT." PIANOS FOIt HUNT Second-baud Plauos at All Prtoes. WlSL KNAJ3E & CO., 817 Market Space. Messrs, Lee &Shepard Announce the Publication oi a Library to be Called -s -s -s SERIES, -s . -s .. This series will be issued in rronthlv parts and will consist of choice works by some ol tlie Dest American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, Including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series Is now ready. Eich Iwki W Be twkk hi Itself. Ho, 1 The Blind Men and Hie De?il. Mr PttutXAs. fti bs futkwsstbf Ro. lnM or, Or, h Iiyif s WmMi Not 3Tlw MIm Dilte mmjvitLotme. XssssssMKM HWssl. v5 PhJI 1 essA hU HsteliittlMflltal ilst - SPS Sf F! afl f.'SJSrr RiRicPiD LEE & SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS, UOSIUX. FOR THE HOLIDAYS. CROICE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Examine ihe fine, selected stock of Ladies' and Gents' Pocketbooks, Bill Boeks, Card Cases, Purses, Shaving and Toilet Cases, Collar and CUiTBojSqs, Music Rolls and Writing Tablets. , The largest line of Ladis' attd Gents'Furnishedand Uniurmshcd Satchels and Valises. Also a large line of Trunks and Harness ol the very best quality ol Goods. Twenty per cent, discount on Horse Blankets and Lap Covers. Whips in large variety. 425 Sere nth Street, next to Odd Fellows' Hall. tat Consignment Sale NOW GOING ON. $90,000 WORTH OF ine Custom-Made Clothing On rauslimiriil ft inn n tnrgp iiinmirnrliirer, mIio Winer locked nnd In nrt'il of Pnces are One-Half of Actual Wholesale Cost, MMj-tpsof Men's Fnlts, 5: actual vnluo, ll. SQtUlesof Men's Stills, M, incliillni;CticTluls,Casslmeres and Virstl:worth SI6. S10 will buy uliolco of n stylos Men's Suit", Corkscrews. Chev iots and Fancy Wnrnteds aotnst value, ts. Ulrimnt Dress Eults, lutaway or rrlnee Albert, ttS; actual va'ue, $. , . eto Men's Overcoats (Ileaversand Kerreys), $A;actual value.IU. Mil lire mercoat. all vrelent. i: actual value, 110. no Overcoat, all sbailc. Sill actual value, til. Klecant Fur Ilea vers. Ktrsys,Montn,mno, Blytan, o , $18; iiistom tailors rhsree tio Kverr garment eiarantced as repre sented or money refunded Iy tho lsTE"Vvr YORK ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE, WHITE BUII-DlrSC 311 Seventh St. N. W. -CONSIGNMENT SALE. Gas Stoves 1 Heating Bath Rooms, Bed Rooms, Halls, Libraries, &c. AttO hTOVW TOR ' Hatters, Tailors, Confectioners, Tinners, &c WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 41 1-4-13 Tenth THE MOMENTUM ENGINE, MASUFACTl'KKD MY THK AMERICAN LNERGIZER MAIKT1IIG COMPANY, Limited, MIU F Sit eel X, W AVasliIugton, 1. ('. Works at Bennmg's, D. O. THE &4XK HOEfcK POWRK VOK ONE TEHTH OP THS 0AL. TlrirsjiSitea fiUBkl (ar tki Bairtu ur " - wfcnnihir Bftet1M WsswtiSltJM eost aJrair the ysbs fit SJHBWW! It sf wst mat lavel, atw nivias Infringers Will PHBSTi i JLl? v 1 est sjseuwst it furitr. At mi yrnss r Ti n rhmlrsat Mall sad fcQ nwnlslJT Umni FOR FAMILY USE, M TilWllttli 9Msi (MMMittft Bssfital Jste" bwft tmtMssA hMtt lip tijttOBttiA mmI imw V4isftUls9sVUsV MstttJiniL Tmm bn Sip JL R.S.WID0IC0MBE Manager. IImiiI.v t'iili. Street N. W. vultins U Uwt taorrisor wa Dyjuiasa. ,m.iesJ rasuts In hor fiower.foc tao Be Prosecuted. um cams. XUiKBOLA.. OOLCBil HI1X - D33LOCI'ift" laJ v ttm a4U ahgawig hflffsj kOAttl HsMsbl as ssssy 7ffe ss tspT ssssi sasJKss aissssBjp HBsttft Msti vittjL WstellAMte fisMet. flflsf KM, U, SALT & QO. A TQNIO. IImI frlHitW Bd bo&f iMgfljjTt'l WsMPttst sMtifflV tfiiA viytir jsrik Bttt9 fc& sssttSsttistt 1W " P v'iaWHb WWBtSPS W W iPpe ft imk jpW4 oi flMftfc !$ fu)E lisf KNiiff Mtfn HainrinrlTti tiwiHlfewf fnno. ItnylitMfiii K I SMWSTesselSprS' e Bjwmni 4 &&&$&& mWk ftiilfllMSi fumffl&i. He wis Ms w4 "fc(oJ' I ndnltti ub U bUtol All asiiars co rloua Never aulil m bulk fcERESP rtA.tr nn tts The Great Pennsylva To the North, Wed an S8 TXwible Traclt Sri' r Steel Ralls. Mksmifi TmtMMWsTV'siihlngti.Ti n ertBlithandfi strefK ,s w Pon Prjlwt no and tho Wf-i i lted KXt,r(" of Pnllman V in i 1 at to.!) am dall? Fat l inr- 10 to CMeswo. C'olnmhn anl (-t ? i i i " ("H V rarior i'r nsn n.'t m i ,n . .. cieemne; vr mm i murmur I" inii" WlSjPlltsbina ''liimhn-. Alio i CntcaJ. fllI.onl". i hicaeo nnd n 'nns Express. 816 prnilnilv rarli-r c ir W i ttaWn to Batrlsbniir ari'l sin ,.mir I m HarrlsMirf: o St Lonls, s litr mr -n 1 1 in Ctonntl. SIM Illnlnc rsr HnrrWMinrt sr Lout, Chleato snit nnelnnat, vw-.torn Etritvissst T.tepm is'iy. wir'i si,vim fsrs Washlnaion tolblisjm nn.i si i ,',M cotmeetlnsr dallv at nani'liur? wii'i thwnfh Meepers for l.mtlMi i ami Mom rtils. Pullman Plnlns; far Viitghnrrf , itKbnond and CMoaco Pacini Fxiro l p a dallf . fur Plttshnrir ami J hi Wef yt-lth throairn S eepet tn r;tri me and nttshne(t to cMcmrn HALTIMORR AD POTOMf BAtLttOVO I oa Kass. (."snamlslens. Roohefri in.i ni fara falls ilally. etcept Sninlsr sium Ton Kata, fsmiTMlaiKtia and Bonheinr flar? for raffslo and Msesrs ilally rrri f sit K.11'.10 2" ".B,lwl" SleeplDK Cp Wall Inalon to Rorbester. Pmi tVitmiwoBT. Rocheter nnd Mmsra rflls,r p daPr exrept Seinr lsy wlili , .r " nI " "'iiinifiwn ii itim in sr p Wn Uliliiww, Hennro ami Klmira, at IVm WiLMA;mftT dally, s .m p m FonritiUnstrniA. Xew Tork eml I do Es, rw.S.W HOB end It roam. 3 io. i , ,. n, s a, ii.ee and ll.as p bj. nn Sumisy. 9 oo. 1140 a m. a.ie.8 15,4 , 10 TO still it 3-i nm IlBrHed Fspresii of Pmlmsn Parlnp (rpI jilth IMbIbk car Baltimore to cw tork. B.sttaradsllr. esi-ept Snmlav ' IHnlng Or, 5.w p m dslly For I mi.AHTtmiA only. Fat Esprit S 10 ameekilajssnd4 p milslly Kxi.res, nmlsy only & 40 n w. r n Bovros wHImt cltsnue. 8 10 am week days s ml IS p w orety day Foa llwom.Tj, U. Y all tlimuh trains roa Bert at ,Terer City will, boats of Brook, Tn Annex aflordlr: direct, trnnsfert.. Fnllon street, aroWlnKilonoleferrlSKcacruss Now For Ati writ Cirr, 11.40 a m week dayj, It pm dally. For IlAfrixoRE, 6 SR, T , s 10. 9 P0, 9 40, 10 ro. 10 to. 11 00 and 11. 10 a tn. 10J,' 10. in, 3.30. 4 PJ. 4.S0, 4 JO, S ro, 5 40. 00, 7 40. 10 00 ami llSBpm. On Htimlay tioo.ins. io-k),imo ? S' .'.& J. , 4 TO, 4.0, S 00, 1. 10, 0.00, ' 40. 10.00 ami 11.36 pm. For rorr.'s Cbbtk l.tsr.T!0am and 4.30 p m dally, except Sunday Fon AKWAroits, T.W and 0 00 a ra, liul and 4 w ti m dnlly, except Sunday. Sundays 9)amaml4Kipni. WAIIISGTON SOOTHEBN 11AII-WAY li Errrtr NovEMBin 3S, isoo. For AirrARiuitA, 49T 6V, Tr5,8 10, 9 ti. 10 ; a tn. K.14 noon, OS, .1.30, 4 95 4 '.1, 0 01. 8 Cit. io i j Rim n.39 p m. On Similar lit 4 'io, T 4S, 0.4S, 10.6" a ra, .S9, 6 01, 8 0i and 10.05 pro. Accommodation for Quanllro. T II a m nnd 4. ti m week days. 7 45 a m Sundays Fob lliniMosH and tlio Soutlu 4 30 and 10.87 n m dally. Aet-ommodatlon I M p m week days. T2AJ.N - .,.eBV2. Alexandria for Wasldnirton, w.Jt.8.oo oio io.iMior.Rtn. 1 J0..IW.' SR0.S.10. O.O.7.l4,00.10.Mand it OSprn. nn Sunday at 10 and 11.07 nm a.W.B.10. 7 0S.7S9,0.10and lO.'iOpm 1 Ickct s and Information at tho offlco, north eat corner of Tldrtecntli street nnd fcnnjyl vanla nvenuo. ami at tho station, whero orders can tie loft for Hie checking of bit Rage to destination from hotels and resl denees. t'HAS. E.I't'niI, .1 tt. WOOD. general Manager. (Jen. t'ass. Aeent. IlnlliiiKiroiN: Ohio llailioad. Si'heilulo In effect November 10, 1M, I.cRcViihln2lon from station cnrnerof ew Jersey avenue and l street. For Cmkaw ami Northwest, esllbut-d Llmlled express ilally 11 10 a m. express M0 p in. r FcnristiiiiSATi, St. Louis nnd tndlanapoh. expre dally. S SO and lt.SOpm. Foiifirniai ru and Cleveland, cxjre dally, 90 a in and 8 .V) p m For I tsim.jim and point In the Slicnsdoah Valley. tlO 40 a ra. For WiMHUTrnand wayntallons, 'Wpm. FmI.uivv,sWpm. For IULTior. week days, I c p 00 (tt 7 0, ', X. IS 00 43.inlimti.-l M 0 3.1, II O), m r0 4S-tnlnute),am. IM.lO.-iP, j 'A, u. 4Mnlnutei. 3 , !, 4.30,(5.0u,4l munitdi . 59ft, S.S0. Sl, B.n.S.W. 7 .". T iO.nol. IiJil andUSOpin hnnilsy, I.OS.7.J0, . ',H1J. K S a m, (la.t, minutes), 1 , 3 1 V -' . a.W 4;80 (5.00, 4S minute), j.oj, l, Oi', t, l ., e.aa. tjo, .. io so, ii.se p ro. roa Wat Stjtihsh between ahln?frin and Halllinore, tl.OO, 6 1. H. a in. W.10,i,-5, 4 St). 5 S ! l1M M m- Sundays, 8,'W a. m. U o, M 4 so. 6., t $0. 1140 p m. Train ma HaUlmore for WaibHstoi week day. 5.00. .. 6.S0, 7 H. ," M, M.C0. 8.S0.8.SS, 9JS0. JP.3U. 10.33 a m; 1,03, 10, f.M.f...5f, 4.15, 5.00. 8.00, U.M.; ui . M, t.W, MB. 9.CS, t&H. tasoand ll.OJ p m 8un day B.30, 7.13, 8.S0, 8JJ&, 9J, 10.Ji10 V) a in; WOi). UB, S.W. 0. 4.13, 5M, tt iO, 7J) .. T.S0. 7.40, SJO. K.10, 1011 and 11 JO p. ii Fni A.in)Lis, suh and 830 a m, 1.' 1 1 and i.ta p m. Suadayii. tun n m, 4 ,l o in Leave AnnapolU &X S.STuni. U" , Up Tou Jtatio on ituj Merropolltsn Branrb, taje. i.w a ra. Il.is p ra. For prloeiuil stfetluiui only. tit). 40 a in. U 30 and t- 30 t) in Fob GAiTUSHMu-ae ami Intermediate pclnt), ilo.r5,api4"- tlM ts'w't,!,i' s Fun Uovu' aad Internvedlale stations, 7 00 pm. Cm in tajim leave Washington on Sunday at 1.15 ! ; as. .stoppltM; at alt iitatloas on Metropolitan Branch Foa FirRk k. td 30. J8 SO, 9 10, til ") a, m, i1.l&.T3S0, tUWpu. For 11ai.khtwn. tK) 40 a m and 3 "M p m. Thai strive frosa Chb-miit dellyll Mam tad l.Usaj iron Ctaelniutl and Ht Louis daily s Wi m and 486 p m. ttvm Plitsburn T.UaM.tstpndallr. HOYAL BLUE LINE FrtK NKW YORK AND ,. PLIUDELFHIA. FiNw Y0MK.Trutou aad the East 10' .!, .lO, !. S0. 'VOOant w 3d pw. BuSTet Parlor (ar on all day tnini bleepinic Car on tbu 1 p jn, open at 'J 'U pas For IkwTOii, 't!i p m with l'ullra an Buffet Wepbur Oar rauolB ituruugh n, Botn wllbout eluufl, via luuhkeepltf Bridge. laadivK paMiir in ft. M. station at ffllStOB. Foal'MIIAUSH-HIA, MtS. 'S.00 10,00, iQa nag. ., 3 O0,S.JSii.i lOIOnm Ftw Vkwak. Ul.. U'lludngton and i limter, 4O.T4ea w, wsOauon.-J.Vi, 'Jn' .l ., a4 W.sa v m. LuuUed expre tppiu at Wllwtajittisi, oily M.aa am Fob isTESUicti44t wain's between Bill I sar sad I'kfladelpUa 5.oo and -30 am, t 15. S.rt p in. JVu lv Mew York for Wlnn.-ton J. til JO a ib, J4. H si). '5.00 0 111 ami tS 13 Blsht. Ti.i t lat FilUdelulda for WahlnKtm 134. 8 3, 1113 am, tl . ') H. oQ, 7-Wp u. For A tla mii C1TV.IS6 aad W O11 am, 12 0d noun. Suadayii. tofiam, ,-'UJu..on tEmtpt Suudjjy. Daily tsWlay uoly BajiaiaK lallud fr asd checked frum Uuteii and reidilaate by I ulou Transit r Co. va t Kr lift at ticket offlctj., SlSaad liJi Fa. ave and at detwt. J T.ODELL, CHA8. O. SCCLL, Gen Xauaaer Oeu Fa-. n t HIITBH3 JffJJ HBSTAUltAXTS. NEW YORK BUFFET, f rmmu srssar m. w . Beat asal Fasaat Ttnanrs tn tbe otty. Im- lawted Oipsw. IXUm H. CXMTUjQ, PropriaSnr. WAJMUK6TOK, O. C. Asy aad Kavy Hctutqstartus. ilasaT latMi siso &sai. 'IBBiagaaiWiBj's1 m is-' M""i'niiii l "i hi ' 11 i-i -I ' hip "W ruMMm aovK.. u. a TALS. ' 1 iSiBt c1 ToiHisaj&it tL House. Froprtator. MJUf HOVJU, EffUnfTiV PLAfc', mxm TJliT AJMB FA. AVE s SJMMWaWIW. naeHUAt 5VJf P. 3UT2I Importing Tailor, fail aud VtaMr lHh..rlti.ji Bui uycu Tb 1 ibe ftwat Una of Wunliriu Kid Uoaa W.JiUifc'tui. but lui cacUtc rfirun cur lain cass .UiicXiltUI . 31. T. W aa uil tu m .!ij year. o4 U aJ Ob ujb iea mi ij m iin arito 1 i.k an -- aPJNeawaMh4 hs W GW 7SortM. W Kr0SflS ijjhiti 'msIbJ a. jBfcMua- Wj I " BWBaSSlSAr 31 Od. iu.d Kj Viuu- 1