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THE DAIT5? CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 11,1890,
Tlll3 DAILY ORITTQ BllT itxatHit 93 S SfltlTr HOHTHWSHT. - WWCRtFTIO!. pm, i year j. t tmontn tnonta si IKCKlTlOi TtlMMWK, t). 0. WAMtftwwfi, . a. tRo. ii, im " KSTATE lKALBR8." The trotM will near with interest that tr tetssi of New York matte a very i.tllltant tpeerR lo Congress on Tuesday nlifw to tke pfojected removal of ..rral Oiuat'e remains from Miter' -M lak to Arlington. Mr. Qt is Is t. ptpwuteil m having not up on kls l,.nrabte lews and blown blast of TnmmMjr unff several degrees above pr'M.f end Warranted not to shrink In 'lie process of transfer to the record. Mr. Amos .T. OstJrtSos, also of ISfew V .'itt, disported himself likewise In vn ii n empyrean nijrhw, taking great Hliertles with the worthy Sn.VHKurBARB. by ike wy. These ebullition are de- ri'tnl by the admirers of Hew York's -minute In the controversy e having im almost ton pm-ions for this Mti and sinful world. We ere called upon t wlmets the greatness of (lots nwl (i wMisn, their melllliumtmtts ami tbclr power, ell of which we 1f with Terror, not to jy ec Mmy. lint why should theee Tarn many laureates And It needful to Miomoeny their rwans to (tt'ttm and t i u wises with silly abuse of Wnsbtng t r. ' One of them laid In Ms paperyea tililay: The attempt on the part of certain "Wellington real eatate dealers to secure Hit tt moral of fleneral (1 rant's remains ft m New Yotk to tills city failed most tgr'm1nlouI In the House this after rim ti. The overwhelming vote against the proposition 92 yeas to 13J nays lions the preponderance of sentiment apnlnst the ptopcsltlon. ' Unit the joint resolution requesting 31 r Grant's acquiescence In the re moval been adopted, the next move vi uld have liven an attempt to set-ore f ii in Congress several hundred thousand ilollsrs to build a memorial bridge across the l'olotnac Itlver to Vrllngton. "Certain Washington real estate deal- it" Is a fanc.ful name to give to nine- Itnlhs of the rospectnblu people In the t.nilie country, and the vote on Tues 1ny. the result of a log rolling trade, .- st have been literally bathed lit j ttry to emerge from the correspond mi'" treatment as an expression of 1 i uUr sentiment. Hut everybody kr ws that the practically uoaulniuut ?n.nud of the American people at the in e of General Grant's death wet fur i sepulture and a fUllnij monument at 'Watkiagton. Kverybody knows that New York, through a characteristic ex hibition of impudence, succeeded In thwarting the desire of the nation, ami, jfttr using the fuueral as a sort of lit ct tit performance for the cab-drivers, rum-sellers ami other classes that i nstltute the essence as well as the substance of Tantnany, 1. p tlttd the remains In a vacant s'i Ae-houe on the outskirts of Shinty. 'nsii, ami left them there, neglected. If net forgotten, for live long years. And cct iib Intelligent observer of New " rk and Its methods believes that there would ever have been the smallest thange but for Senator Plumb's ex pression of the nst Ion's outraged de tncy. New York Is wleotne to all the honor it has reaped In this peculiar episode. " Now that Tammany has succeeded in the matter of the Gk.iht tomb (the tomb being still in the eloude and likely to remain there), perhaps It will be will tag to shut np about the eeottti. The vahmkhs or Imjvoh want the United States Senator free that State. That appears to be Ike particular bucolle weakness this year. In thk C'iki ixiutt UummtrfM. o.iutu we Sad this refewaee to a well known litterateur: Lsfcadio Hears, was a good news 1'kjh lepujlur. An 'feature" writer t-c- Lid fsw peirs o the Cincinnati prts 1U trxvelbrd bt descripiions of tfct low life of the town the P. it. )i!c io yM it more bluntly. A serfs ! aitieka n the habits of life ot the iciiu, who lived in the sqcutlM tae n tcis in list' sad teausajje' rows were latsqne in their intensl y, and alesoat i rutsl in their reeiiena. At writing i i' awuidirJIr. Heara was a priaes in . tig police reporters. Given a mur- .. r with pfeaty of geee sad a touch ef u.jitery, aa4 Mr Hears could spin as kur jsra as H. F. Wood. Mr. J km o was a shy bmw, beahful to a Ui'lt, sa4 he had few assoriatis when t. nvd aad worked la Ciaciaati. U "x.t yearn, when fame eras bis, he was vi 1 dm modest, and, if possible. ai f wer aasuciaiea." After iesvtog flsvctol, Hcskst vat to New MeaM wheee ke worked t r seveiaj jars oa the stall of the 2 JMHicrt. Oave feature of his . rk was a twasleaiftf. nuMtakwi segu )i!y cvety uaday, of sons ukoke rut. huodaetfoa. WsfavoatteauUiOM Wtlu J-H-AVlWiT, 0tA. Gs.bT(S, litLijt 4ni, Giv vm Mer4e4Xf aid tar progBiaiatt wittetn of Use u. Uirra Fieiack sthuoi. It was wBm lu New (taiga that ha anttacsed u aiteaiicw of 4 Vmmff vetfei i y lubUakiBg ia book fonts ul1ij1o of CU:tmw' "Qm of Chjo 1 mis'. SigiM." wkick the Anatfla VA Vw York crkks psoaouaced a sasttec luu'. 8ooa siur tnls, Mr. Us4eK as t l 1 n tifwBfi salary he Umi J' & ' f miajpsww ep awPepP' wmP ! HleWaT hijaes of ikst freH,agi 4.scirf i; t aad Ws nw'ttiitr a tiosefc. Uc i o4wfttiiy edwieijl kg tke itt: tut sjsd liuiraiura of --u- C P" pp "" np" iiigiu aj spavnvvBissn i..y sad ta UnjloreaadiaystikaMB of iU- tesu. WUtetewQdattftek it.j i,etedUie, uiiUaeUsago i uu . . " ?4 MtsweaUliusM at paaarved m iTf- i irnff-wfirnm-rr-n i m- i trr. ad Wilmam Ixotb OAni ft limited but dTHtfMMt arqWaftR ace. Phr cMoterl Vtft h pwnly the Inst of a long and tateretHftg lte of "suntlrs" who, mot ot &, njoyd the ncqwaliitntit tut Otwwstt Wwno to. They nil knew Mm ft Aef ka noone tlse. 4 - - A jronxtsn psruw lendlHm: "Cif as tMt o UAfcuw," tlttt'e all rtght, but GAtAtirnKR Is after rnvr- LRU. Tm Jfntr Yon totjiwriit,, rfisftl irwfe, lay nptopos of the preseftt nnait tlal tnlgency: "Banks which hve been pwckaffNg the commercial paper of good fames at a distance snontd not stop, althotJth y may limit hy ral fng rates. The commercial community Is so Intimately bound together, that a rsllnre In one pert of the country U s'mya confidence everywhere, and pre cipitates failures which would not otherle occur. At sneh t"mes oc ladnAat defanlts ami renewals are necessary. All that a banker should ask 1; Are the borrowera hotwnt ? Will thry pay If they eet a chance to turn thtmeelves? Are they retrettchtttg, drawing in and working to turn them selves? Any merchant or manufact urer can handle his business better than an atslgrree or receiver, ami lenders will conserve their own interests My giving hontst Ikk rowers a chance." The Tiwors uts ready '.'to swoop down" on the Shmx, siys the morning rmse report. Kow If they would only swoop up on the ftloux It would be a tmlly picturesque perfotmaoce. rnofwwon Kqrit Is going to treat the Grand Dnke of Mecklenburgh Miwcrln. Notwithstanding his por tentous title and trying mime, he can't gtt any sicker than Just plain Jobs 5mitw. l.t thksk rntotn times when the thermometer at home Is thirty degrees below xero, Vermonters may be very sure that Senator 1-timi xdm continues to tie a cteillt to his Stats. PERSONAL. Jlrs. General Custer will be present at a sociable to be siren by KliMbetb Custer command, auxiliary to George A. Custer Command, Union Yuterans' Union, at G. A. It. Hall this evening. It Is hoped that every tohlier In the city who fought under this gallant General will be present, and that they will bring ladles with them. Mrs. Custer is at the Hotel Itandall. Georro Ken nan declares tint he Is constantly tracked by Itutstin spies, wl o H'und all of his Icrtures. In cm si i.uei ce of this survelllsncc he has to lie extremely guarded In all of his pub lic and private utterances. General J. Newton has accepted the position oi cotlsuliloK engineer of the bwaid of trustees ef the Chicago Sital isiv Distrli t In tiiarire of the locailm sed i onliu Hon of the great drainage csnsl. Sir Frederick William Francis George Krankland of Thlckleby, who mirrlel Miss Zerega, I the tenth baronet of Thlckleby. The family have been wealthy land holders since the time of rklward III, the title having been con ferred upon the first baronet In I960. He was succeeded by his sou Thorn is, who married Kllitabeih, daughter of Sir John Kussell, by Frances, daughter of Oliver Cromwell. Harry Marks, once a Jntrnalist in New orkand now an Aldermin ia London, l about to stand for Parlia ment for Ikthnal' Green. He is the editor ami owner ot a bUlily prosper ous financial paper In I.omf.m, U the hero of the battle royal that vexed Colonel NiHib, "the nitrate king." In the courts and on 'Change, and belongs to so many orders and societies that, when he wears all the Insignia tlmt are his by light, the medsla and badges cover his front and lafilnge upon bis coat-tails. Father Ignatius, the evangelistic Itiltish monk, in a recent sermon on "Fashlonnble Christianity," says- "Un fortunately, we have a very large fid lowing of social Christians, The social uutwimn ts a man wno Is a sbant to himself. Tske a woman who attends the Sacraments at 10 o'clock In the morning. She is In society. At o'clock of the same morning she has been at a ball. This is the same In New York, England, and ia other civ llletl countries. Attorney General Miller U abowt the only person in America who was not interested In the reeult of Ike election. When quest toned regarding its sigaiA cance, he said that he was too busy to talk and had given the subject no t bought whatever- Xias Frances E. Wiilard, who has been active ia agitating for the adssJa lion of women to the govern went of the MetkoeUsi Church, is credited with aa an httion to he elected Wafcop. M. Barrett Wendell, the novelist, who I eJao assUuat ptofatenr of Eng lish at Harvard, has bee dteosiag m stuoater sojoura at .Newcastle. K. II., to work og a Uograneiy of Cottoa Mallwr. HOTML ARRIVALS. Xi,i..MduU . fkittker, rtiHWiihi; W. P. Atsmisotk, tm Ckestat, Si-TiT .tfi-uyt. Bsrtta aeveM s4 wiis. Cke . ajji; a. tjfttser sad wifa, St. LanAK tjrbert Kurt; g. Bill, Xu Jk, (.una. skoril,i,L-M. H. f'Hl;.., Mm. UarvM lkjrji4, 1st and Mh kk.-, K.-w Yuffc; Mr. sd Mm. CUtbim tsujj, Sewjof i. aruify'4--M- Mkksck, 8sx.-bttvr. f. V. O'Brien. Muut,rc4i; t 6. C5rn.-'i, Xur oik; WtUwi BjMslper. titturg ciJ eit WesseH, M Kji.t Mss ; Thomas Uyxmm, I'liil Mhitiiblt fiujtm artbur U. Thienii). Onte tstnl. Cat-: tfts-uucey M. t- 40JHK, tea fra- dw: AMdmw eaott, tiaunw liie an4 T kvWMis - lisegwr, JPWMk4pMe- Khhdir -Yearns H- feswA, Qouka; -. M forffT.' ikm. Itmuiim, S. 4.; Jutiu ,aifU'-i. V.. Csveu, Mm&V. ou IHjtinU,, Jiew lUveu; CiMrks W. UaaMs staTM. ". s, ChvtHmmm, V.; Sassoa aywfiiuty (ktJtAtra. Juktowj. r , fiwiett.kskMX, ".: A. t k'isfias, ftsWWrnv MA; Oaaaaa fcWUseu. wsp? wwhp as isihpsipbf swisprannswns CharleatoB. W. Vs. kjwyf WKWi, humiTCmm, X- sSi & e ! sgAav wnj ejfrawMsns Mm It. loss, Ucuvtr. as. MiMu-t e 1 in via, KiOuu, M4-, Mahit C Mcsibunt, aMIoseV R-; i- W-Vry-ii. V.; k, 8. BjbsC iSiBtirtn "-im tfuMct-Cbuks T. WsMer, IkUU ajore, Thomas &-;,!4J3:, ji!iE;,-rs; .: iUm 3-jhliaui. C'tJ , E A Cule, Bitliu .r. W'. t,-n 1 1, Mio i-tMT e u.J A B Vmi li N..W Ha. i V! j.,1 M TIE Sf II. tti snwn,i.ly bull, th frrmsfls .r tv AiDSV tvA Stxy tlnb, the danHfl tta sWtthe BotfMg'lnhcotitt1jn wtit cItp the yenfiecr pe- pie in teCtf amphi ojnr-tawh-s of w'ectfng psrtncrs fur !irc sir-1 wttt fill a lfir-B fell want. Ttv swrsgs rc pMo, illimer awt te are o aomfintert hytheohter e'rment ih tth-y hare not been at powcrtui factors tn i(m wars and means of furt beting mstrhnont s to sffstrs to which there f a better chsn.-e to transact wrntrmental birste under tft ofBctst eye f the ehsperones, however. An oM reshtowcrt hreskfast with trs mform atfty f one of the nwwt (tertghtfnt fortin of awid cher and h often proved a bewn to the mamma with "evM-st dairkters In soetety at onre. Agtttnnver loetts better then m a cbsrm'ng momtng drew at kreek fest and! Is never more fstai to the young man Itsohtng tt s wife, or flghtTng -hy of entanglement. Mr. Moveure of Kirhmomt. s , MtH her 'liter, Mm FatrfaT. have tken apsrtments innm wmter m inc nonse lormeriy occu ited hy Mt. Homshy. .-nnier t le Ssles street sn4 cotmecttent avenue. . f. sttd Mr. Wemflfng of St touts hre tsfcen S swtte of upsrtmeet Tor the winter at ike Rlehmomt, and will tmtld a hsml- ptt rcsmenre on a tot slremfy pm3Med snd reside here for the future. Mrs. Wend llnewas a Mies ntephenson ot Virginia, and t eonnected with or related to the lwles, Wsshtegtons, Masons and Manrys of ihst state, tm Msrtmryu of 0orgetown,' and the ftnehsnsns and Kennedys m Mary land. MIm tVemlllng, the only dsnahter. ill mske her debut in sorfctf here. ?h.) Is extremely preity, very cullivsteJ, and cbarmlngty-hred girl. .. f"mtiryo?Well to hlsliovprnor Omfound ft! 1 iloa't eo how t m to aeeept all of mv intflattoes Tlw OoVerbor-tVell, my son, If yon will Insist upon doing the snrhty set ynn mast mse np ytmr mind to bemg a penny pnst msn hy day smt a ilnivlng dervVh by night If ton leave rants on everybody yon know stiil are the wall flowers' friend. Mm. and Miss W.lte, the nlfe ami daughter of Ibe late t btef Justice Walte of the Supremo Court of the fatted StAtes, hate retttrneit from a tour in Europe ami will shortly ocenpv their house on Rhode Islam) arenne. Their many friends n-lll be gratinnl to snow that srmrt from tlie fatigue of the voyage they sre in good health, Mrs. 9wsn wilt orrupy this winter the house on I street near the Mexlesn lci tton. As-the wife of a former itenstoriVotn New Jersey, be was In nute-hdlum iKys lUstlngnlsbed ss One of the leaitlne: women In soeletv, snd her rerapthm smt dinners were the very flower ot entertainment. ienstr swl Mrs, Paddock and MIm I'ad dnrn have taken apartments at the Port land. Mrs. Senator Hearst of California, nlto has Jm arrived, will meet with a warm welcome, liters are few women who do the honors of a great establish ment with mors kindly grace snd royal iuwpitallly. . Chevalier Srhmlt von T4vera,tbeAutrin Minister, e-btertslns a ditlnctiibetl partr o( notable Pi ople to-nlgbt at the AtIHiw Legation, No. 1G3T 1 stteet. Miss Carroll hi expected home from Kurope this week l.y e-uvermr and Mrs. John I.ee Carroll. The luncheon and tew yesterday sflei tinoti. given by the Indie itt St. J iho't psrlh, wii a grest gsstronomlc smt llnsw- uii success. The stain art form ot MaJew-OeoeMl 9rlge t'arroltwas set n athwart the hort son of the Avenue st the promenatle hour yeeterttsy afternoon. He has a eoty emv try plsre at Tattoma, and occjwiiwally re news bis youth here upon the scene ot hi many social triumphs. THE DISTRICT COURTS. Tltclr Tower nti AinliltlPi:Triitee lur 1'ruiierty (lutnlile tliu lliatrlot. Edttor Critie: It nay not be gen erally known to your readers that It has beeu enacted by Congress by net ap proved October 1, lsi), That the court of the DUtrict of Colum bia Misll nut have poaer to appoiut any trustee, trustees, guaniltns, reeelrers ur other trustee of a fund or property l!led i.in.lde of the IMstrh-t of t'oluuibU or be lougiDKtoa corporstliHi or parson bavin a. letral residence or location ouUlile u sul IHttrtct. CJU it., p. D3J. P. a I.) If this language Is lo be taken as it stands, there has been a very serious and apparently unnecessary curtail ment of the powers of our court. If the framers of Ibe proviso intended nothing more than that trutt eomptnles, organized under the act of October 1, IMMt, should not be appointed tnutees under the eireumstaecee mentioned, the language U singularly inapt. In cither view of the ease the matter should be brought to the attention of Congress ami the clause be repeated, or, by duplication, deprived of its authority. Yours respectfully. Jm S. limn. Washing too. December 10. RifiOLrrros. The wutter heir is nearly always a little sipiaJI. AVe Yturk iUruiU. -A sUU-k In thesfcU" makes one feel sew I e-ily.-AVi- W Ihrtld. Tkunws Kdkoa snd Ceorge P. UUuop sm witting a navel fcs wale nLwtrfetty k m play sa Iwnortsnt part. U U i too saoehtng It assy be esIaed from ke KewaemB ""t ( CI AostsUul ababf is "anew wave an tie eea of lMe.u It stnkas as skat ' I ssk fiuft wonkl expseas the ik-s better, 'Artse and thtneV setd the hmrilin detver to this reewsheat hfffrtMlr k - f-Le'-"i MeroU. It sounds rather parwaoxhiat. but u is a fees neysfrhelese. Ikas the liiftless latif u the oae who has to sxns the ur-tu-est- - Jt gat bis eettiaeate for natiance before ne subHg4togaimtMieyCs yMtm luw m ie rewSKWa. -ftokitur Uu yoi love ate Jo iuismU uIubk? lie Ves, ami tuui we're luirrluil I Juu't emit uf the Isajay throws i- Axi'i. -AOetua "ui kotMd ut ksve large hsnils " re mare wl TtiinstAIki ua u. uQ llw jvo kson r" asked Mrs. Un- a eroraing to a rniioiiiwan ietter here, eke shrnps fo a sale of HfeHilfeaPt sU gAuseav " t'hicngu hutr-OLoiM. Ums KHm- fon warn Jownsai ist, Vi. DeaLct what aw sm mmm tkser Mr. Beaks iwtth I'snhms'irfe nridel I 94sMi HTjgf.ijLi.tmt ffiniM wtinriJril ul u fjflftf Uaj0lfelA4 IHjUiTlft tal ht jifsyffdiir Vtu, , wCi $dti4i fii- "gw T"'e""e'jfs jfiat. wisnsmw swpis w syiswr paw uf fanes. fcopue ou Utt oett ewBaut iag bkscfai notes Uu wu Coaaaesktil a-ttea.--4A. Thi ekoM-a test auamy mwrnjei,. Mow nseslow andi set kow aceesatsc fikv. kane's dtkvery V sts itaidsi fj MJg4gjflyW tlaf flT ' Wj fc -W Ube tioaLUeiiimM Wsalsiiu iU her. wao dam kirn W tdk, bit dttwkrvt iMe , 44 jmi t&mit al ftillNsf $ tUitf 14I ljiej Isjapil tjiJiOitt feuiular -ii.f i Ki" It.l -J& i-iCtl VsiutUt "Bi I flL UUt I i "... ItM. ju !- j j'j; if i a. l .1 en U L.tio-1 - t It. j CCRREST MT8 All WIST. ll t pretty afe to cWastpltttWe Si i . lies of WIeonin now. Itrr i . Now the finirei- of the PreWdent seem 'o 1 c erutchfne; at tm pee et fhw eonnt-v pjrsfn, to find oot whether Wm feet o 1m, l eld t.y the grest MtPer of Iowa esn t.p clventotbeleneer Mllte front tWBtrsr" lis - ,in Ytvtl, Sim. The lfoue of Repremmfetfves, by fts sr tton yesterday regarding the swggestftl re movsl ef the remains ot 0ttTBret to WsfWneton, nndonMelfy reieets We gen srst pnblh- sentiment on arts snhject. .Vw 1 irrh TrUiv . ' In n Interview publtshed on Morrdey, ftrretaty Windom tanes a manly and wtfe poion regerdme f-ertatn of the modes of nnsnetat Pert f wht h have been snggested. The name .f Orover rhetJ Is promi nent in nil d!re'!.wi st the Capital. He is btlreved hx both IV'pnbll.-sM and D -mo-ersts to be the mMer of the H nation io fsr ss hetftg able to obtain the nomination In JST2. CV. .Trie lor Trlhnf, It ts eesitMently glvai out in Washington thst Mr. ItetHerm Will appoint Artorney-lietn-rsl Miller to the vaesnt Srtprem ("ontl plsre. Mr. Miller has no gtnres for the place He Is not eminent for teeming In the tw or anything else. At most he Is stmpty Srovlnetal lawyerof ftr!y good equipment, lobixly In the country Wootd ever hare thought of hint ss s possible Supreme Court lodge etreept for the fact that be was Mr. Harrteon'slaw partner and Is Ms person! friend, AVw Ymk trnrfff. When the bttslnetmworM Is praying for flnapdat relief, nhen trade ursently esll for benfcrnptev Iralrtstlon. whew iftlgsnts drnisnd provision for the Jnpeeme tviiirt, when men of letters are ashing for Jttstlee while these and other tmbHe Interests are neeleeted, Ihe .'enateof the United States Is devotion Its time to the eottstde'a Ion of sn Iniquitous roctstfr whleh Is denounced by popular entlmcnt smt has been ion dcmneit si the polls. It Is hhrh time for the Senate to drop the Force bill Slid sire om attention to Hie needs of the country. Arw Yuri Hmth). "The t'aati3rie Hepuhllcans,"' h Inter pretation, are the White House RernrbHcn, or, In other wonls, the men who obey thii outers of the very much deceased ranilon of bis Ersndfather. temporarily abbtlmt in the White llonse st tVsshlngton. Thst re peeteMc but rather dlmlnutlre political corpfe hss Issneil orders for the pnMsgn of the Torce bill, em!. In p te of their Ifnowl edee or Ids untimely dprolwt, the White Hone Republicans spnearlobedetermined to obey Hie command They stand ujvm the burning derh, ami pieiwrefor tho Bnsl i n met Ion, without snv exiiec tstloii of the citnlnaof him who jmvc Iheooler. Csm Msrtea would not hare been so foolish st Hist C'nurhr ,' imil Sevrral of the President e, amonc Ihem Crntit and Obi field, nmlc wrions mlatskee In their sppnlnlmenlstntblseniirt. tint of tonre none of Mr. Ilarrleon' twenty-two predei eiit In the 1'reehlewey would" ever have dreamed of raising such n nobody Attorney-tienersl Wllllum It. II. Miller or Imtfstspolls lo the Krestofilceof -lustke f the Supreme Coutt.A'ne Yvrl Tint'. Demrrrstx who are blind enough to be lieve thst ibe 1'iepubUi-nn petty Indeed will receive a Hide awakening In ISP2. In the NotlhwcMern States the Democrats did not (Kill near k ercst a vote as they east In Is). In ksiiMf, Nebraska, Colorado snd t'sllfornl thry made no ealn. Thousand i f ltn'iibllin, the returns will dem m trste did tut rote. They were dlsguv el with their petty snd remained at linn. The sreat liemoeratic baIh were mib In the fta'r of Imllans, New Vors. Now Jetsey, Connecticut, Rhode Inland m-l New ilsinrwhlre. To win a President In Isiij :he Htn-ocrats will be compelled to err) the flrtt four nsniiMl, ami sny calculatlou wliicti i roll N'ew York from the Hewoeratta col umn Is atsnrd. The solid South Mnd ibe Rig four .ontrol the Presidency, and lh National L'oovuetfon shouM not even con sider the claims ot sspinmU for Presidential honors who rennot carry the xrsat Umpire Male of the Kasl. ItaiUtt TtiuhJltrUil. KOCH'S NEW METHOD, WeeaHstfordtownltuir.il expert Hho sre quallHett tu deHterau oplmoii on his neiess bave agrewl on their verdict. Meant line avoid catching cold if you can. JrVitl mat llrju$. I'Mteur spulle! the principle to the eqre of bydnmbubta, and It Is altowetber prob- ahl tliat tl. g,M-k 1m atutlvlMtf It Ib .u,. puuiptlon, lupus serafnU and similar di- saee, '. l.'inn lUjtuMm An American iloetor claims tbe cre-lH of having first discovered tbe cure of con sumption for which Dr. Kuek is how re ceiving high honors. Tbe etatmsnt, of course, kails from IndUiu. AiutotutU Uinfard. If Dr. Koch has discovered a cure for consumption by the Injection of a ly tup, be is uu of I lie most Important ggures lu this tdueteeuih century, and wilt be a glory to bumanit) long ss bumsuity es.bts. Too much honor eainot be x'ven hwu. Aw Yuri tUtnhuj World. Koch's discovery is sxeitins the medical orofesstun, and sensible uwn will wait nilti .wnch hope for its further deveiopoieuts. it new one reaos an opimoH, However, vombsafeil to tbe press by the ordinary doctor upon this point, that doctor miy be set down as a fraud- Hufaiu I ohnutrciul. Suppose, tor instance, some scientist strike the trait of tbe Intellectual germ Who could predict the result? This ihiaK nuttt Wop rhtbt here. Pursuit uf the ntorbJf esaiM wietobe U permlessMe. but the UmumIIuk bacillus of tne btuosa iuieli:t must be left unhunted in bis Uir. -.Wi( uuultt .Vena. Oh the whole, therefore, there U tf'od hope that a great iiieovry has beea wt-le tsaieh will Iinwessurabty beaogi huwsuby; but until the dUcovtrer shall fully take bis u ituliBc btetarea into hie coalSiUtiie, ami subject bis discovery to thorough espari WeMai tritk-tsw at their heads, it will be Uo early to rejuiee wttkout some loiegiv-ll.-.Vn l'urji U'orliL The great sat sad beet uM-JicJ jud sarxi taJ dsseoveries bave been free gifts to il feitng humanity the maiaent tueir vsliw has bEen desttsesstrated The use uf au-e tludUs, the pruuipto of vavciuaUoa, new or iannuiaX mterations bs surgery, aew dr ng sad methods of treatment, eve in variably Become the comnuaa pMJswty of the faculty from the hour of their die covery. .tfiuiKuWu 'u64. S!u paiases caa be devised tor a thing hke 'Sis whkk will not tece tucviwyuj tuoHiSaia is sey of Us forme r degrvct tatHf seesns to tw nothing kukueyed ur Ulteluthe idea of cure for wast ia the most iasbaisms sad deeeHv disease with perhaps the yy- et4n of cancer, in tints century. Other disease' have beea Urty rubbed of Ikrlr U-rrut. iurgery ass reached a tMdftt ilniiist ot issrfeeslots. iaut coa suaiitttou, uaitl now, aa bud no uttig. Medbiel spectaltst uf tkntoa mA Xee York, who nave beea aaked tketr opiukni ef tit. Kuck's diet ovtry, ettprces Uuswselses wktb suucb reetrve. 1 he etoiou ansde for the aew segpaaji ere sarpriatng, and uT the fat and eshanetivn ktveelbnator than P Keen l tkey would esosetttis fsoA the diavosery. IkU tbey U ees the grealurt sesMcct for kkya Siad essse taat akaseaor he Mshsetiy sffrssf as tne rsenrt of hks study an ttnerfpuriit nosss be met'eoted an sob kltt. aati l&us the uUl lAinflAl,, pssesw'a wHisw swtnp " "sp jsvteBvaasNavniM giasdgaotker ikat 1 am, I ill ihriii way Wgaa to snly-ea the orlgUi, aa hsg, ugea aad mst'iini of 4m kiea. I dsir dmetais thai tksTu la aotyhhig lm wari eoioey eodT ti ftuw Dm origiaal eucialaj as kkwtog. aayaa write i that Cklcfo Uutuid. I Uttok & e oMgiaaJiy lo letukd aa a emsed coaaoct, a sort uf rwysJ seal stamped ua love aad f aUk XuJ frkadakip. What leaf to tfee criuM: uf Judas its drcpeat Infamy was bis triat 'tout kiss. He plucked tk vwy lower of koiy ai 'r, U-lllJ w.L Jl 1 It ' V " hcail'a UUkjiJ, end hU laillni-m lrnvt; !t.( tia-c 1 by xiiASy 'jIHijUs ' a. Vj.il T'ir l darkened and disloyal ,b3rl -nift outward Its own dib.nnor -n the i horded bretlth of a kiss , Thi little chird Is taught !- ".'t i vnn in hypocrisy by htlng fore-1 1 1 M omp one It does not care for. Tne I triitor who Is planning yowr ruin i: Is m 'i rarewrn wun a ntss. inn girl who io morrow will foreet you. and h-M her kisses to the nev.t neeemtt, clittics her good night In a velvet kiss. There are just three khwes In a world of heap and miscellaneous stock which may 1 itccorrtHed pure and true -tie M the mother lightly lays nposi her baby's dewy lips, the kiss the mother give her boy when he goes forth Into the wot Id and the kiss we press ufwn the still, pale llf of the dead. Alt the fWt arc, like tfcj strawberries at the rn.fcfrrm of a South Water street basket tn be taken with suspicion. A TXAGEBY IN A W&DS. Atnrrln enn .tstnntt Vtntn Mrs, tleer mn nr t'lilrvlen, . T. w YonK, Dec. It Mrs. EllMbeth Heetman, the young and very hand some wife of Henry Ifenrman, a New Yotk Imtines. man who lives at r'alrvksw. near Hotmken, N. .!., was lat evening attacked Just at dusk In the road leading through the woods from (luttenlmrg to Tnlrvlew, ami beabin so ftlouly on the head ami face that she Is now dylne, and the Hotmken fttid Xew York detecllres are looking for the btutal as.ssln. She had been to O-.ttlenbttrg on a shr pplngtour, lind started towArd even ing In a car towartl home, tldilon to 2?ungete's, where the track ebd, and et out to walk by dusk along the rns-l through the woods, tit Falrvlew, tv.i miles distant. When near home, where thewomlj arc densest, slto was over laken by a vllllan who had undoubtedly been following her some distance; was attacked from behind ami beaten over the bend with a heavy sash weight until she became helpless snd senseless and fell In the rosd. Just then a mnn cim Ing tip lie road frightened away her assailant, who escaped Into the woods, dropping his ugly weapon near the prostrate victim. She 1ms been able sit lucid Intervals to tell something of whst occurred aid to describe her n'SHlliuit, whom site siys she resisted as long as she could, ns n rough looking fellow, about 85 years old, small, not over ." feet 0 Inohes high, but stout, and wearlne a bltok bat. The witod aliout Qtttvenburg nnd I'alrvlew lmve been scoured In viiln. A reward of ?200 luts been offered for the capture of her nsstllaut. A LEGISLATOR'S SUICIDE. U Wn ii CniisreiMlnnnt Unnitldete mid tVns DctcHlril, Aj.pant. N. Y Dec. 11. A dUpsdch from Unadllla, N. Y., just receivetl In 'his cl'y, says that t x Senator Vrank II. Arnold of Unadllla, the representative t ilia Twenty thltd" dlstrLt In the Senate of 1&S8 r8t), cuminltteil suicl.le m bis office some timet between u no 1 7 o'clock this morning. He whs fou.t I dead In his law office at about 10 thl morning with a bullet hole In bU turn pie and a revolver clutched In liN rlflu band. No cause Is assle.neil for t n rash deed. Mr. Arnold was a'nut 5" yesra old, and during his SeoitonU was a prominent leader In his pirtv. He was a man of quiet disposition. Mr. Arnold was a cHmllilate for Con. gress at the last election and was de feated. ACCIDENT TolllE NEWARK. Tlio Trial Trip ot tbn .New Urulior Hun tn He fust polled. Dki vw.vhk Uhkakwatkh, Dei, , Dec. 11. Owing to iin accldunt to the star board engine the trial trip of thu cruiser Newark was stopped after the engines bad been running at full power for neatly three botire. Tbe accident to tbe engine w) be Immediately repaired tul the trial will be repeated on Friday. The vessel, according to tbe pttent lots, average IUt knots perhmir and the estimated horse power developed was about D.oOO, or 500 more than the con tract railed for. 1hetrial.lt Is said, would have been highly successful but for the exasperating accident to the machinery. CAPTURED A GHOST DANCER. The Olilel Who Unusril the Trouble at Vlicyenne .tsenny Arrettoit 1'iKKMK, S. D., Dee. ll. Captain Kwere of the Fifth Infantry was de tailed here front Texas last week by General Miles for especial work. Word was receivetl last uiebt that be had Just returned from the Cherry Creek tlauce. bringing wfih him Hump, tbe chief who has been causing all the trouble In tbe Cheyenne agency. Ewers brought Hump into Fort Bennett, There are continued reports Of depre datiosM In the Itad Ijimls country, nod tbe calilemeH are saul to be getting ready to take ike warpath agalast the ladWna. mia mn MILLS CLOSES. Tbe tireat IHttshure firm I.eje Uir JtOttO ilwplttye itt luv. 1'iTrsnuui. 1' , Dee. 11 The em ployees of the mills of Use Oliver Iron aad Suci Company wajw aotihed last night that after tkey had liakkod tkaUr day work would be lunpssaduil for aa iadeBaite period. The otder arfects i.ti No ekpianatioa was given, bat it U seh! tike idsui-doera ts hjanaisie of change ia Use autke up of Use emu- ly. Mete Use Bsosiloyei's t'teaiirsw. Josiph Brown, colored, a fotmer toachtnaa of Ike lata M'UUatu 0. HID, as tried la Ike Police Court today o a charge of grand lateeay U taking a lot of picture froo. Use houae of Mir. Hill os Vourteesth street exteadod aavd wbiik were found buag up ia tke home Hill tfstlr'fi to kaviag viaitoi Europe wbk her nut hand snd ker sos Marshall Hill- The pictures. with other property , had ben placed la a Maadsouae. sue gaktaid Use piotuxee eosast Ujg after kef set urn frues fcuxope. uictuxes had betM giveu Btowu by Mr Hill lrfuce leaving for Europe, with the eceptioa of s old fasally o.irtreM toiwd eiwoog tke lot. Mrs. ntii said her husband had, b thought, give Mirosia one of ike oictuea, "g e?oeatio acta." Thti uicturca vskibltetl la court were cuiutcd pt.4ogaoke. Mr. HBl Ratified to tke value of the pktueea aUn-geil tu bve kswg stole, of which Lkete was dtilcrcexe of ouioios be itMr yjriiijrtu and J udke Miller. Mi. and Mre. BUI wont to oro$e io SeiUmhiyr, ivrt. bk sd tht IV msm no not mm give to or ft, ftWl. i;i.a.i,, Hec ii sgftt tufatsw" ' m. rsused bv the eiptoaloa ditoe&rd the blare e.nd iijoda uf I'.'i. Silicic at il'l a'ja-U nscllu ' ' lu rUUl uf $' 'J'1 ii.irtj t' ' 1 i. t. ',., . ,, U .i itmm mn tbe i i. twernt tratn en tn Mtenigaw omt- ( teat .MSks Prrtwomensl nwe. BttFAt, N. Y., !"!. 11 TlW ' YanrRrbilt pwty, win osssed tttrotigh here yeSteTrlay morning on the Js-wtn Phote Limited, tn rout for Chlcazo, broke tire record for speed of all tWCTrmja fast runs on the Mrchlaan Cen Irri, i dolt) which Ihere were ome startling spurts on the Canada Division. A special train was matte np at Suspen sion Bridge, consisting of the private ran of Cornelius Vandef Mlt, President Depew, Ylce rresiilent Vttbb, Presi dent W. L. Webb, P. Wagner Co. ami Iresldcnt liCdvanl of the Michigan Central, and a" baggage car. All the officials named were on board. The jpechd left Clifton, tint., at 3.,'W a m. From there to Ictrolt Is 337 miles, and this distance was covered in four hours atd flfty-slx minutes. Deducting fifty six minutes for stoppsges, tho actual running time was four hours. At different times along the route tho re porder registered a speed of f renti iM 1 1 73 miles and honr, and the average for the whole distance traveled was 57.21 miles per hour. The special rencuwi Chicago ten minutes ahead of time. THE LERO'S HARD PASSAOS, A lltltlsh Tlninii llnttles. With the Storm. Pmi.Atiiti.mrA, Pa., Det. 11. The overdue ittlltsh tramp steamship Ijero, firm Ilsinburg. aDchoretl In the Del aware last night, after a terrible exce llence at sea. In whleh nearly all the members of the crew were more or loss Injured. To add to the horrors of this tn tlble winter pfcisage, she passed near a large steamship on fire, but could not lender any assistance, owing lo the heavy sens which threatenetl to eugtilf her at every moment. The gale of December 1, which struck the steamship Maryland nud many other craft, also came upon the I.ero, For a long tlmo she lay over In the trough of the sen, nnd when sho rceioveretl herself It was Uncovered that the after-wheel-house rtml attachments had been com plclcly demolished, the boats crushed into kindling-wood nnd tho bulwarks stove. The brldco and steering gear wero damaged and the deck pipes swept Into the en. DESTITUTE KANSANS. The Itallrmiils Will transport Tree All tbe Keller Sub.crlbcd. Toi-KhA, Ivax., Dec. 11 At a con ference between the Governor, tuolUII toed Commissioners and representatives of the railroad companies yesterday a systematic plan for affording relief to the needy residents of Western Kansas was agreed upon. The railroads aro to transport free of charge nil relief sub tctlbed. Kansas will take caro of her own sufferers. Donated aid will In all caics be consigned to one aid commls sloner In each county, who will report weekly to the board of railroad com mltsloncrs a full account of th t amount and character of all supplies on hand nnd Disbursed, giving the name and residence of each beneficiary. HURLED THROUGH THE AIR. A Ilrnhfiunn Tlirnnn frnm n Truln Into the l.chlcli Itlver. IJRTnt.KUEM, P.v. Dec. 11. While n west-bound fust freight was rounding a curve on tho Jersey Central road near here this morning govern planks fell from a car to tbe east-bound track. An entt bound fast freight crashed Into mem ami was ueraueei, turowiug nmi trains Into thu canal. Fireman llrinkers was seriously atid Ilrakeman Klst fatally Injured. Another Ilrakeman was hurled fifty feet through the air Into the Le high Itlver. He swam to the shore and hurried to the tracks lo time to Hag tbe New York llycr, which Is the fastest passenger train on the road, ami was heavily loaded. The tracks were blocked for stveral hours. AH UNNATURAL DUEL. I'tttlier nnd Nan ijurrl Aliaut u tVoiiimi, nnd thu l.Ktter Killed. Gai.nksvili.k, Tkx., Dec. ll. A fatal duel took place Tuesday night lu Haines Valley, Indian Territory, Iw twecu Senator Samuel Paul of thu Chleasaw Legislature and his son. Joe Paul, n which tbe latter was killed. The father received it dangerous wound In the thigh, but will recover. It U said that the dllUculty grew out of a quarrel over a woman. Deny They Are fartuers. The answers of the defendants te the suit of Samuel Corson vs. Thomas K. and George 11. Clark were 4led to-day. They deny that at any time they carried on business as tbe Arm of Clark llroth ers, or as any Urni or partnership. They also deny the right of the com plainant to an injunction or receiver, ur to any account as prayed la tke com plalnaat's bill. They say that the granting of suck an injunction would be an Irreparable Injury to the business of the defendant, T. E. dark, who U doing an extensive trade as a eestetal dealer in building material at Delaware avenue and U street. A NeOleuian asu Uu Itl4. Baroa IlerHtaa voa MslUalm and hU bride, who were married at Charlotte, K. V., last Tuesday, ate stopping at the Uiggs Botssst. The bride, roeesttly Mies Maggie McDowell, is a Member of ease of tke i tli test aad asost disaiauiabed Southern fsiuiliee. Sew U a lady of e uMureaad wealth and met her future husband while Uavelusg ia Europe. Baron voa Maitxsjm is the possessor of aa atuiesst pedigree ami bam old aa ct tral castle ia Germany. 1111 tsw tke Uceiut Jerjr. WlllUm Jukiuoo slaughtr. charged with obtaining tatoaey utvkr false ore teases, from Ckarles . Bailey. o a cluck alleged to have been drawn by Jaisus T. Woresley. Use well kaowa hotel auMi, was io day held ie l.utW botuis by j uetice Miner for Use actio of tke grand jury. Mr. Woratley tee tiled to the faulty of ik check. JHssv JssMMtl's wtu. The W of tke fame AioaM- C. Swiftb wee Mwl today ia Use onto uf tk Ueaistef of Wttls. Altai ninnesons mill bcuuMt fdt0 tafAVifti fttMstitil Mffislt to Grace and Jeasie Wigjrteaa4 lbs- Uactutk A- BerUeti tvud Kooum . H'dmrs Thf rrwialwiirr ttf hjsf eatate ii kf t to Uaaaak BwtUu. H ury Wise OarneU asd SsAuel C Bai ace aogoi bated c,ccuU'i. w aCjsx&taesi s ismi iausuS Marriage Uctuscs were isauod to-day to tk fol low itiat pvfftfwif okn W. p.ey uf Ptlacc George County, Md. asd Miuy 1- C'dtor of Cbarl H-aui . Md Autos lliii. , acil . u ' HslUtl V III torn i' lJi 1 1, .'. ! Mv' L IvKCi, litLb vi Uu.2. . ' Gcerge U King and Jcuiiit-.u VVitu IjwIi Mjure 'fAuuelU N O iul i. W ! .l. .1 Wiub-ii, mmw 9A!L9ftS. I.assrirts on a Stnkreg IMItnili A. t r a nrserweerm MnWISer, Lrrxnos, Iee. 11. Tn PenlrHulnr itnd t Trtefltal Steamship Compsaty 's MtMl stenmet Ntptral latt nlgkt strandel At tire PTtmoTtth Breakwater d urine thw prevnhnice of a denee fog. Some of the pntsengsrs were Immediately lanxrel by a tttg whtcli went out to the veseepg re lief. Others elected to rernnin an hoard the steamer In the heme that sire would speedily lie floated Into deep watr. Goremment and private tags were hurried to the assistance of tire brig Indlsmsn. The tow limn were at tached, ami at a atven slgwil a slmal tanetms tffort was marie to prill the vessel into high water. Tbe effort proved abtutlvf, and a few moments later the ship was found to be rapidly taking in water through a treat rent la her bottom, ami further efforts to fl m her were abandoned as horwlees. The lues then took off those pneserigers who hail at first declined to abandon the ship. lJtitlng the entire time from the lite stranding of the Nupaul to the moment of their being taken off by the relief boats the conduct of the Lascar allots wits disgraceful and cowardly In the extreme. They seemed to he Hlttd with a wild, unceasing panic. Time after lime the officers ami white tailors of tbe Nermul were abitged to beat the Lascars back from the boats, and when the decision had been finally reached to abandon the steamer, the European ofllcers, seamen and passen gers were obliged lo unite In driving the Lcsrs far enough away to make It possible for the women and children to resell the boats. Not a life was lost. The tpcele, baggage of the passengers, and government and private dispatches were also saved. The cargo, which consists of 1,SM0 chests of tea, l.flOO bags of wheal, 1,000 bags of rice, Indigo, jute, etc,, Is doomed, the rapid tnmshlng of the water havine made any attempt to save it Impossible. The cargo was insured In Lloyd's for ClOO.COO. Tho Ncpnul was bound from Calcutta for London and had stopped at Mar fellies. MR. M'LEAN'S FUNERAL. itlnnr rrnutlnent I'errons ly the I.ttst Tribute ul Kespret, Fetbsps no private funeral lu this city has ever been so largely attended by prominent people ft9 that of Mr. Waihington McLean, which took place at 10 o'clock this morning from his late residence, 14 Lafayette Stpiare. Long before the hour set for the funeral cer emonies, the parlors of the commodt otis residence were crowded by friends of thu deceased nnd his family. Among those present were- Governor Campbell and wife of Ohio, Presldeut and Mts. Hanlsmi, Vice PresUent and .Mrs. Morton, Secretary and Mrs. Illslnc, Speaker Heed, Senttora Catllile, Dolpb, Stanford, Sliermiu, Pajne, Gorman, Plumb, Wwltees, Walcott, Representatives Cliff ltrock Intldne, (Buttcrworth, lion. Burlah WIlklDs, Mr. and Mrs. Illtt and many others. The funeral exercises were conduiHed by Ilev. D. Douglass at St. John's Kpls eopal Church, and were Impressively beautiful. The Moral offerings were numerous. Two lartro pillows wire sent by the editorial staff of the Nnquirtr, a wreath by President and Mrs. Ilar rlton, an anchor by Mrs. Albert Janln, a wreath by Mrs. warder, and a wreath by3lr, Ltland Stanford. After the services the remains were carried to Oak Hill Cemetery ami de posited In a vault, where tbev will re- malu until it is found convenient to lake them to Cincinnati, Mrs. McLean not being physically able ut the present to undertake the trip. tliiv, Campbell In u t'ruplmtle Mo Today Governor Campbell of OJ was riding down the Avenue with swt friends.when something was said at the rapid rate at which President Ha risen was gaining aesu. "mats a rial, I " ,at,inil.'ajl tl,n nAitl.,1 flnirarnni as he twirled his luxuriant niustacl- "Mr. Harrison will bad plenty of tl" after 'Itt to gain llesli." ' $300 lt..iii Is offered In good fa" turers of Dr. f-act s a cse of rstarrh ' ' U It is mllu. soothlut: art effeets, and cures ' r .Id lu ti? tinhsl deafness, tbrur afluic ' other eomplicaliuns of tins dfiirein ill ease. .VI rents, by druL'i-t? .tUCTION SALKH. &THKNEY. 5W lth st. tw. p go. W. TKUSTEgn SALE or VggY VALl AW.lt IMPHOVZ1I PBUPHirTT OS OKBtiO.V SoStiiwest. Br virtue of a eertam deed of trust re eurded la Liber, So. 1 M, toli.i 1 et se, ereof thelaait reoenie far the Mstriut ot lutiuubia. and at tke reoue-t of tke p"tr mured iberebjr. we will oVer tor sals) W frvat of the vtsuakte oa THU SS0 BAT OF 1) KCKlu KEtt. 1B. at t.-W oVtoek D. bl, aliaf lot "It" in R. MwtrudMr's eubiSivisiOa ef ess tatin toss In sooase las aa the mmt Is seeosskat mbotikC U. B.MMIa the oatoe ef the hunejor 1 1 tke Itlsirtet ef Cobtstssa; sold Mtbjeet tna certain deed of trust lo seeass tbe sum uf Si JU aatf ietsmet. Tenssuf sue: Ail link ia exaees of Srst trost; s'tiDdspositat time of eaia. Tensu to be coBplied w lb te tea da. W. WLKnKMJC, 1318 Y t. aw. WHtTBflKLU MttfM(AT, d;ii du m itea F st. aw. G Ml. W. MltMUSiY AiiaWuesrs, lite uia st. Sriissrrfs no. use I stuiw xottTUWabT. kf ttrtae of a -erteia deed of trosl.se oaSlB LHwrStj It, toil-St. et sert . one oMhe load records for the Usetrtetuf e'o hssabia. and at tbe reuaes ot ibe pan; se cured thereby, we will ger for ssle is frout of tke nressiresjw TtTBSDi Y. THE tab BAY UF bt CUsBiKW at t8 oekick p. aa.. the toUowla decriae4 iooerty. ia tbe oitv ef WashUMitoa, Idetrlu of Cobusbia- to wit: All of lot nneilierea lourteeo lli, in t'oit smus Adam's, tmseae. naldltstua of lute la wtiuue two knadtedaad seeoti-se?ea Ut Teraw (if ssbt Uue third cask and the bat sat ia one CM east tao t vears. wtek inter est at the rate ot sis par oeasuw iwr aa aaes. vacable semi sjiaiuilv, sad secured asr a eVsea of trust oa the peupezsr suld. or aS eeah. at tke optta of tke raiokassr Oae buadtea -rftrtari daieilt at ties of moa. all toavefaT purcksv.r' .. s. Termsto be cosgied whk hi b, daja.r tUe wou jrti wffl be .sesusg at rik nnd eA of d fftnUbiix BaretnassY afwr eve nUys' reedver tUeastut ut "Ism Wisuojum C'eitu . steSeosltds Trumaus. fSUtMLt. PKtM-tnsAUi fan iMiXWVj UL ILOiak. So. T at tueK4.i irasd, waj-tthtgtoa. D. C lit'.! ptLrtxatut Ituu-oof tares storw:. tor oalugw' "iuarters. urooof Va4 SH Ut-t-as. Savr UeMrtaseet Wiuhiaatuu ! C7. lsCbs . taWT-gstaMd tojiOSsJa. la dtl pbeate. todowed "1'cou.isai- for oaaew' vsaners at Wa-tuu.t.ju " p. tw receuted at l&fa Ubreaa imttl l; !u. t ..oa. u VUt- uai.h' ri u, is-ji.aua j ai.ii ivoimaea KtiUl llltl ve u ird It's . uu f , - . t i, t 'i t I ly ' i-lua 11(11,1 j i. N I 1 1 Ufi a . '- ,, Lltl L'l 1 . - v .wur . .uiu; perform . ib !-ik-ifvl ' . ' 1-c . dil .' ..J W.I J tbe U a. mm, nHire. in Its Ki. ' a -- an 1 Ul tin iStlKiH.MlE. j tlrtot sttrs,c BA, , "TO-STOBT AT . AS fine a bend ef nlarei em any omtrert stage.- n. SYMPHONY MP. ARTHtJH JtTKHTB, rond ict -. stconn t-oTirgRT. TUTS (TUTTttSWAf ) urgsiw AT v tntrodnclne as 'oloist, Mv.ASSii laoft.vmnt.o kbhi.su The lUstimrelshed Tonne Planlste, w i M t pray srtih the isrchestra fTw 9tnt 9asn J i eerfo fe Pletm-Porte. A RRtUitAMT PROrsnAMHlt Vvlll he presenter), mctudtne te CTurmbu 9dtt.HgRT BSFISUIlgO STMrH.rsv rrhjaets now nn sale at -f r gins v u, 9St r. an. it C. A. Ht.T.M, Msna..r. ATBW yATIDit. TWKAfHg. Svery gvenlmt awl nut. Matinee. but Performances of ttgtMrenx novtARO-s oRiiATasyr pi,t, SHENANDOAH. With THK OHIOlNAt. SEW TORK OtsfT. bet me express the oonvtethm that every American pstilot should witness Jhenan doh. tfenetst W. T. SLernmn. Pee. iS-JgrPHNSO ASD FLOHgNOg. Ssus now oa ssle. deS-'.r A LUAlOtl'd fJHANll orfcSA-HOtmg. SFAtS AM NOW 05 ALS FOn TIIS Eitraordlnarv Bnfrtfement, consieacinr , Jlewlay December IS, Of the reat New York Snocess, The Liliputlans, the only dwarf actors in the world fmm eighteen to forty three years nf nee, ami trvjtvt twenty e'aht to tlilrtv eight Inches tall, sup Ported by sn Tvellnt company or mor 1 ban 0 hi Il.ts. In their dread SpeitacularPlay, ..THIS I'Ut'Il. I.N MAGIC," Whleh bad a tun of over one bund n-1 nUhH In Xew York. TWO ttrtAND llLKTS. Matinees Wednesday snd 8tunlay. Seaieot nbes asutiml. ne '" ' It "N BW NATIONAL THKATIIK-KXTKA." JtOStJAV.DKcTlV ONE WgRK. juunee SHturunr. JoeEPU W.J. JEFhERSON j FLORENCE rOJIRDY COAU'ANV. Mon , Twin., Wed and 9at. Mat.. The Rivals. Iliurr., It I. and Pat- Mghts, The Heir-at-Law. Cale of seats nlll open Thursday. !) II. r-unle of price. J, 81 SO, l,;si, .VJo, it, m- cordlnejo location. ds if. t LHAt r.lPdaRANJO tll'BIIA-HOUSB. Iiif flseirent of l he Cnnwdlan, STUART ROBSOrM And Company of Ma j ers. under tbe direoium of W. it. Harden. All tbe Week lExeept Satanlar Ereiilng , in eluding-yaturdsv Mstlnee. Hronson Howard's Comedv ot the Ceatury, THE HENRIETTA. Mil. MOUSO.N as BERTIff.TIIE t.VMt). Saturday Krmlnir, pee. 10, last appesrdnee o( Mr ItobsoD, on whloh oooaslMi wilt tn. presenteit Oliver (loidsmltn's (treat Comeilv. fiHK STOOI'S TO CUMQl'KR. 3Iit HOBSON as TONY LUMPKIN. ' Weulc Tbn Knrnna&n tnmA.tr Piuu. UI'UTIAHd. deStJ SU0V TRKATRK. . Comuiencliu Monday. De-. -'. EOWAIIU J HASnAN'i OF TIIC PINKST, Great New York Police PUy. : Btarfl of Tbdatra rnraM,! U'lrb llh tr ' Ileal U atur, Bow Hosts, UondoU tioai. nwan rtoais, rsrrr Coat. Shins. An. Ulty Bojs in fcwlnunlng Seeae. Next Week-FABIO BOM ANI. de et KERNAN'S v1tKst TIIB1 Tni3 WKEK-Ltdles' Ma'ansaSaturlay. D.RHYW.WILLMMS 1 Own Specially Company, Kroiutbtt Academy of Masie, Pittsburg. NextWsek-HdNRYBl'RLB'jejrjE Vti. deS-tt GLOBE TIIBATHg-WESK OP DEC. , MOXTKCRlalO. The Dcret Hurlt4 niul Sneuteitr ton- Bear. The only FeBeatloeal how is im etlv. Maltose Hobday. Wedaesdiiy. rV'tUy and sstlurday- PrfceT.t9, seiBdil. uAm HDOOATIUX.lr,, T p. McAU'LlV. I'rtvate Leassms m basumaes, Aaesaat oast U isern. dslB Vi I sj. a. w. UN60A6ES. THEBERLrTZSfl6Lif LASfiOAEES TJ isth Uteet Northwest. Beet and Mast FraeUsaJ faMtruetiott. TSRsU. $te. Rsaeehe lu Sew York. Buslon. PaUa-tel-nWa. Chkieao. Paris, Reriia. Loadua. ete. ietf CASgltY of JHR ttUCiY CttueM. AaajsA. ja4UAatA&aM an UAWsZAEA. BJAafi &kl Mft slP ppil pf Sssssssswa SSBS SBSB Sh- fhs titeTttiMlftUf tlUEsM' iM sslHiir, sMnf fs Mr llflk MbUftf s sHjhwIuUh Mitt aMsCjo- fiBHjiisWiwi, Mfi VMeUf toMMbUp W UMSf l$itlj, tPVB' seta.iv svaesiiBBssMseiiseseaBasiseaiasiBeBxanBsssessB Lark1 and Mum't FINE SHOES ASU SLIPPERS. Alijvlicoliy iMtUo I., tuciaiite. Ai-o ate bsvtdesed Wor.d B-iiom-iu ibe nu- kms aer. Ladies. Itm j-ii urk. Ut U10O tat tke Holidays, tilts uo mmi lit y tmw m luk Wilson & Carrs jo was i sritui l l J i 1 w I u .