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-.ffc.l- - " VI TIIE CRITIC, WASHINGTON", D. C.. SATURDAY EVJBNIN&, EEBRTJART 2.8, 18D.1 -wwvcr --" '? M. M x ( -r 4. f 14 U r :N ' Pvl- t 7 'i in. 11 Fa t. -it .t ' 1 II . i'n . fft' 6,' L', M 1 M.r'v 'it' ' ilTT MrKCIALiJ. JlciMtoum Snfioi nt Vrlcci Within llio Hropo of All. llrcatMl lvrsln jret ofTercd In llrd Doom tiIC'. The middle cln or our Rood clllreni rurttitToid In bur well at thotlch Just und and ponder at Ihc price .1 piece lied room Suites t 1 Sptcio lied room Nultnionki nl II' 1 pleeo lted room Jnltf (tiak) M These birgalm Arc not lo be picked up every , Contlnt.yourelf of tliee unhetrd ot an ce lnj( rcductlnrta In such dralrahltRixHls I bat you need every day or nljsht uf jonr Iltoby vfrlt Ins tbe, fumllnre uniMirluumf Wiiliam II HoiutTos lo.lSlsnndlrtOKet n vv. Jtinlclen's Pojintnr Initnltment House. To commence, your New Year properly among tho flret thing you should do a to put 3 our honso In order, and the place to buy your furniture to aate money ami tronble la John Jtudden'a l'opnlar Installment Houses at WO nnd lit) beventh itreet norlhvret t. '1 here la no article ot honiehold goods but what can bo found at thcie douhlo dorrs- at the lowot cash prlfen-on the Inatallment plan, A amnll iah payment and the balance to ault the pur chaser In other words, slate jour own terraa and they will be compiled with. FEMALE W1MTEUS. Ilif I nterniitlouiil lrra reiteration Orgunlzfil Vcntcnliiy livening. x 'Ili worsen journalist! of tlio United Nlnlts, now u&scmblcd in Wuililiigtoit, licM another inciting at WHInnl's yctcr ilay nml eoni)eUil tin1 organlnllon ot n tUily to lio known nstlio. Woman's In tctnntlfinal Prcs lldcrntlon. Several of the Imllci onjetted (ollic Icugtliy title, lut it ru adopted nfttr sonic donate. Tlic . constitution vvns read mid adopted by ecctlom. N'o objection vvaimndc to any of tho iirtlolca until the clauo dclliilng tho iiunllilcationi for mrmlienlilp was reached. It II in I tod membership In the I'edcrullon to woman's proai nwoLlatlom Hint hud been In rslMence a car or more, nml n majority of lioc active members wire engaged In jnurnalNt'o nrk, and nlo that literary ilubi were barred from mlmislon. Ibis clause yirm okeil n torm of oblco ,tloi.sv Many of tho ladled arguing,, wlille many Jad(cs engaged Jn literary worK wcro -jnot'connctled wjili nonppapen", tlfey were Mill raluablc mcnlbei's of tin) association. A niotiun was nude to strikeout tho ob jectionable word; wliiili was carried. ' 'fliorcstof llic constitution w'as adopted j without orfrioiltioii. s ..4'cs)liitHinii w6re adopted commending Ibcwiirkof thoWomanV National L'rca AMoclatlou ot this city, . "-A committee was appointed to ciraure members for the Intenntlonal 1,'pdcra- tloi among woman writers wlip wq-Qiint J fonncctcd-w llh any press clnb or journals , -istic association. A- motion to -hold the . annuul conrentlon of the l'cdcratlon in Itoston next October during the nicotine of,tho -S'. C. T. V. M l.il.l on tho table; . Jj endeavor will bo made by the WlsIi- Jocton delegates lo hac the convention held here. coxataajxiNci tjieiii j.vdeus. Tho .Slnryland llepnlill'mn Aaaoclotlon Ojiposed to tho Clsrll Scrvlcr. ' At avpiw ting of tho' rarylani Rcpttbll- lau Association at the Nationalists' Hall lost nlgjit, llierfollowlng resolutions were brattled iyTrcsldcnt, ULiid and iliianl- inousljadoptcd.'by the ftfsoclatlon: JiY'orebV'Th'at tlila noclalIo'n fcsafils with . lis dlspleaaure and disapproval tho aitlon of T -Mrra, I.onla W fJIcComa; Hydney K. MUdd nnd llmry HtocHbrldce , Jr., for thejr adrocacy, iindMpeelallyMr.JlcV'oina'al1nthopaicct uf' i appropriation by the Home of Hepre itntatlrea to continue (lie Clsll Hcntcet'oin- mlslon -with Inercaned appropriations . and jinwer M aalntt, the publli eentlmmtiit tho .American Tcople. emlncntl.v cxpresned by tho pre" throninout the country, who InItt upon fjcnannicin examinations tor nomisiiioii io inc 1 -pnoiic. tor ico wunont rclude nnd incubus ol tho Clvi: Serri .'nmmlsslon as It non rilt. ntMt1, That this be siren to the press for pnhllcstloij , KcmArWwcJO. moilo by t,ecrul pt the A members, expressing their individual ills-pleaaiiroatthc-acttun tnkpn by the Mary land Hepubllcau" members of Congress iu favor of thr.increascd appropriation given to tho Civil Eenleo Commission. "ADESEKTEIt cArTUUEI). He Itobbed tlio Carpenter of n Mill tun' l'oat. , J-atoycslqrday nfternoou Urlcctlv cs Jfat , thiglyaiid Oallahcr arrested KrcdJ. Ilg glcston, formirly a eergcanl in Company I), rjflccnth Infantry. In 1SS3 ho de BCrtcd from Tort liandall, Dakota, and looVwltlilifm $1,000 belonging to James push, tho post carpenter. Ho prevailed iiKjn.IliibIi and his wife to attend a ball one evening, and while they were away from homo lie look the money. When arrested llush had on a shirt, on the front pS which In India ink was found Jhc, nanio Charles Washington, A silver hadgc, evidently belonging to some gun ning and llshing club, and on which was inscribed the name "Xockabout Club," iv as found in j:gglcston's pocket. This badge also belongs to Charles "Washing tort, but how ho came in possession of cjther the shift or badge Is pot know n. KgglcAlon was turned over to the mili , tary authorities at tho Washington 1'arracKs. l'or tho ltcllef of Flromun Newman' Faintly, The entertainment at Willard Hall last . night for tho benefit of fireman New- .' man'H family w as a great success in every ' way. An Immense number ot tickets hud been sold, and the hall was crowded to its , utmost capacity. The exercises wero opened byanoverturofrom "Saiiirasha," alter which Commissioner Douglass mado a feeling addrcASj in which ho told of the HTviccs of thodcudllrcmati. An inte.rest ing prograramo was then given, consisting ol musical selections by tlio Washington , Mandolin, llrnijo and Oiiitar Club, tho ThiIliarmonic Quartette, l'rof. Weber's orchestra, Mr. II, rmlerlck Knbcrt, barl tonf, and Madame Mamie JEoehm, topruno. A T.enao on Atlantic J'ark. 'lho Y. M. C. A. will probably have the use of Atlantic l'ark for tho next four years, If tho terms of an agreement pend ing prove satlsfaitory. By the latter tho asaoiiatlon buysullthrluiprovemcnts, In cluding fences and Btands, and assumes tho learn vvlilch was given to tho Atlantic Association baseball team last year. Work will be commenced at once, the di rector Intending to level tho ground and now In' grass. It is proposed to havo a , llrsl-cluss baseball ground, a running track.'fcpaio for jumping, pole vaulting, hammer throwing and all other outdoor athletic sports, Two hundred lookers w ill be placed under the grand stand. An cxpcricm.cd (rack man will also bo en ngcd. y ore ut tho Hutu, the following scores vvern made last nlglit at target practice by Company A, ' Eighth JUtaJliqii. D, C. . CI., . Captain .1. A. Tcrrv, 23, 3J; Meiitcnant V. Il.lrjfdllh, ir, 1'Jr Private M'llllanis, HJ. 21; Private Howard, 17,13; I'rlvatoO. ,, ,lal!amUI, 11: Private I.loyil.L'l. 3); Ser grant Piper. 10. 11; hergeant Addison, 10, 15, I'rlvalu Gibson, 11), 13; Private Prcs Ion, 13, 10, and ireaiit Turner, I J, 1.1. At.'0uiid(i00jurds, uimon i:i.i.m. Il AVonitrrfiil I',rti' t on the I.lier, hloniiuli, llowila, KliliioyH mid fllifoil. Dr. Mnlcj 'sVmon nilxlr Is a pleasant Junon diliiK that iHisltivelv cures nil ltll iiniMUHs. Uiiistlpatlon, Indigestion, all HlrU. and Nervous Headaches, Kidney DIs i c. DIuslniM, Uivt of Appetite, I'overs, riilll-. PalMla(lon uf Hejiii, nnd all other ill.rnsis wuKil by dlnordored liver, ktOiruuli und kidneys, tho Ilret gnut causo ol nil fnl ul diseases, .V) els. und It cr bottle. Hold by driiggNts, Prepared only by H, MnIey, M. Dm, Atlanta, Qa. J'oiuou Hot Drops For loughs and colds, tako Lemon Hot Dtops, Tor snro throat and Ilronohltls, take I-onum Hot Dro. For pncuiiipiiln and r.iryugltls, tuke I'niiiii Hot Drops. For jcoiieiiinpUiHi and Catarrh, tako Iniurt Ho J)roi(9, , For Hcwlirrhago anil all throat arpl liuig dlsiajcs, tuUo LeiiKiu Hot Drops. Atftlegant und rellabjo prcp?r't(onv B5 1 ems, nt driigglsta, 1'reparod only by Dr, II, Motley, Atlanta, Ma, REC1IA11ITE N'bTES. Tlio Worlf In n l'lniirlflilng Condition" UigiinIntloii Dnrlnp; (JieWcoh. The lEcchabllo imrado Monday In Anrtcostln was n grand affair, l'vcry tent In the District was reprcscnlcd. High Bccrelary Mnhoney orcranleil Itcsctielinl, No. f), Palurdav night In l.ttricks, Vn. vvltli over thirtv charier mcntheis. (Jraiid Deputy Jtulcr llller organized Wnshlngton Tent, No. 0, Sat urday evening. Nearly thirty names wcroontheajiplloatloitforchartir. High Chief lttiler Do Yoc wos jirosciit. PasLHIgh JtepricntatIveW. Il.Marchc, Who Is visiting In Virginia, ordered it Bet of material for organlrlng a lent Tuesday, and expects to organire iu lldauokc be fore his return. High Chief Itulcr Do Yooand High Sec retary Mahonry llted Columbia nnd Hcber Tents Monday ivcnlng and Cam maik nnd Auacostia Tents Tuesday evening. High Chief Ilnler DeYoc received the following dispatch Wednesday: W'ATt nt no, N. Y., Feb. 23, 1S01 Your home has burned, Fiirnlttiro moMly saved. F. A. Alia N. He left on tho first train tor home. In formation rccclv (tl Since his return Is thnt his house nnd furniture were totally do stro.vcd. High Secretary Mahoncy.Orand(Deputy Ilnler Fllir, Grand Guard Harrison nnd Oram! Tent itrprcfontatlve Ocorgo 11. Sinllli visited Polomao TenK No. 8'), Wcdiicfdaj evening, They found tho lent jubilant over the silcccssot their re cent lair. George C. lhompson Tent, N'o. fl, nnd Potomac 'lent-, .No. 80, Imv c passed reso lutions of sympathy with High Chief Hulcr DcVoo In tlio losof his house. -Auacostia Tent, No. lis, will hold n tcmjrnliio meeting In the M. H. Church. (Atinioptln, Sunday, at 7:!!0 o'clock. All members of the order ate invited to at tend In regalia. Anacostin Tail, No. If, added four to their membership Tuesday cvcuiiig, Uhey now iiumhcr 101. (icorgla Tcpt, No. 131, Is making ctcn sivo, arrangements for the reception jof Relegates tu the .High Tent session. . George C. TouipsoiL Tentt No. fl, -will continue the Sunday evening meetings jn Clabangh Hall. .Cammack Tent Jtinlftrs, vvlllf Ihelr In tjio paradci'Monday. The Inclement weather Thursday nldit Jirejcntcil the orgnnlation.uf Gborge.C, Thompsoii Tent (Junior). , Weather per- jjuiimg. it win uc organized ncxi murs day night. High fa'ecrctarwMahoney will call n meeting iu Good Templars' Hall within two weeks to organize n ladles' tent. ,1'ast High Iteprisenlatlve It. W. John son will organize u junior tent lu George lovvn before the end of this quarter. Arrangements are being perfected to or ganuc a ladies' tent at tho corner ot Fouitli and (1 streets northwest. t Mr. W. H. Overuy lias secured ,scveral blgncrsfor a primary tent near thoSeeolid llaptlst Church. Hcber Tent, No. 10, .confcrrcil . tlic tccond degree on two mcrabers"Monday night. ' Washington Tent. N"o,C.' has fleeted tho following ofllccrsf Chief, ltuler.'S. bweut- mali; Hcpijty ruler, A. V. Jlureess; tvast chicl ruler, J. A. Bow der; recording secre tary, jMmor llurgcss;Jinaucial secretafv. IMvvardlloyce; lev He, Forest Dicker! jii side guard, J. D. HIUicwfoiitsUNs gliard, John Wagner; treasurer, James Vermil lion. Kcscue Tent. No 0, al ils.organizution, elected the following oilleers: Khcphcrd, J. V. Herring; P. C. It., (1. J.'F.lllngton; C. It.. C. II. Cain; D. It., .1.71. Mark"; IS. S., J. W. Davis; F. H.. G. W. Itcttls; T., J. 11. Children; I. O., II. A. Ulaiikenship; O. (!., II. V. Carroll. SntlNG fiU(l(li:STfO.NS. Avoid draughts and sudden changes of temperature. -Do uotdiscard your warm .winter cloth'" lug too soon. It is better to suffer a little Inconvenience than to take cold. ltimcmber that one Is especially liable, to contract n bad cold or chill at this sea sou of thu j car. A cough or cold contracted between tho Reasons Is tho most annoying' kind, und may last through thoxummer. if you feel n loughor n cold coming on, tale n drink of pure w hlskcy nt once It will keep the blood in clicul.ition nnd Is lho best preventive ngalust the diseases of tho beasoii. I'emenibcr that only part whiskey Miould bo taken. Duffy's Turo Malt Whiskey has the strongest recommenda tions from the leading scientists and med ical men. It Is the only standard medici nal whiskey, Take no oilier from your druggist or grocer. Iloiimlne Longfellow's Memory. Longfellow's memory was honored by lho teachers and pupils of tho Capitol Hill High School last night. Principal Sites and Miss Garrlgiies and Mr. Kramer, the tcachei-j in literature, planned lho ex ercises. '1 he excellent progratnmo was as follows: Duet, "Bowaic, Take Care," Misses Jiukon and Folks. Hssay, "lho I.lfonnd Works of IxDiigfellovv.' ' Miss Mahr. Solo, "Arrow nnd Song," MlssDudley. Oration, "I,ongfcllow's Place In tho Hearts of His Itecitatioii. "There Was n Little Girl." Miss Alice Mngling. Song, "l'ho Ilalny Day," Miss Aw Ingle. Itccitatlon. "A Longfellow Daydream," Mlssr ltlandfortl. Hoy Glee Club. Sfessrs. Tullocli, Uucklcr, Edwards. McKcldln, Talbert and Grant. Principal Sites stated In an nililrnss thai: tho appropriation of ,875,000 for tho new building vvns almost assured. Dr. Goildlng'a Ailvlie. , The last lecturo of the Y, M. C, A. Fb4. ruary course vvns delivered last night by Dr. W. W. Godding of pt. Elizabeth's Asylum upon "The Mistakes of Yomig Men." The Doctor urged his hearers to avoid tho use ot alcoholic stimulants, mid sioke of the evil effects of ho social glass, as show u lu the lives of Iltirus and llyron. "When I go into the prisons and asylums," said the lecturer, "and scothc mental and I ihjsical wrecks cuuscd by drink. I como to tho conclusion that alcohol is the devil's own fowl." In speaking of tho mental training of young men, Dr. God ding advlcd them to had moro of Haw thorne and less of authors of tho Itldcr Haggard class. l'repurlng for Emancipation liny. I. II, Watson was chairman and f. II, Joins sccictary, at tho meeting of tlio committee to arrange for tho twenty ninth anniversary of tho emancipation of slaves in the District. It was decided to abolish the street parade and Instead re quest lho ministers to assemblo In their respective churches April 10, 1BUI, at the hour of 11 o'clock for devotional oxer ilses to continue for ono hour. -Jinn, John il, I.ancslun will deliver an oration ut Lincoln Park, und n bapqutt Is to he held in the evening nt some public hall, the proceeds to bo donated to the Homes fortho Frlindluss Girls and Indigent Cols orcil ChlUlrtn. A Cornet lliind Onjiinlzed. 'lho Tenallytovvn Cornet Hand cum pktcil Its organUatlou at tliq residence ot Mr F. W. Parks last night, Tho follow ing (illhirs were elected President, J. L. Camion, leader, Professor S. C. Plilunev, n-rgeant, (1 M, Neely; treasurer, T. F. Itlily secretary, I. U Shoemaker. Tho leader, Professor Pliliiuor, vvas the or ganizer of tho National Guard Drum Cori. Stenoirrxplieiit Oignulzx. Tho ladies and gentlemen compiling the htenpgniphcrs' Assoclallpu held an cutliiislustto meeting at 0J.1 F street north wist Inst night. William Fiocltei was temporary president A constitution was adopted after some discussion. Tho asso ciation adjourned until noxt Friday, vv hf u Qlllicrs wlllliocletted It ml Ills I'oeUcts 1'lcliril, H, II, Finley, a guest at the National Hotel, had n leather rase picked from his pocket in lho rotunda or the hotel last cv eiiing. Tlio c.'iso contained t '20 in cash, onio, railroad' passes, n pair of gold illumed snectaclcs, and two checks, one for 6103, the other for 37. j-eopic," jur. bliealcy. Solo, "Tlio Uridgc." Miss Davidson. Essay, "Tho Poet'sHome," Miss Hobgood. Itecltation, "Mr. Flnnevs Turnln." ifr. McNVolv. WEDDED A lyEOr.O COACHMAN. Ullsa Tlln Tlc()'a Kt'rivnso infuliinlliin Mnlirsnn Upionr In Wllllnmsbrlilge. Fiomtit A'ta 1'ciL TlmiuSUh. Miss Ella TIco of WlHInnisbrldgc, M hlte nnd said to be pretty, has startled the neighborhood up there by running nwny from her homo nnd marrying a colored coachman named James Randolph. MIssTlccIs the datlglitcr of the Into Itnao 11. Ticc, Inv cnlor of lho inaclilno for gauging whisky, which Is now In use by tho Government. Aftcrhcr father's. deal li her mother married Thomas Hyde, a Westchester County politician, find tlio family went to live on the lloston road, about a mllo from tho railroad station. Ir. Hv do Is fond of playing cards nnd ns Itnndolph Is ono of the best playcrd In the neighborhood, Mr. Hyflotiscd to liavo him nt his house to play. Inthatway the coailimau got acquainted with Miss 'lice, nnd they met frequently nfterwnrd at tho llaptlst clmrcli, vvlilih both at tended regularly, llandolph Is omplojcd by Mr. bllckncj", n llroadvv ay merchant, who lles out there. Tho coachman got Into the way of go ing to nml from hun!i VvithlllssTlcc until the neighbors began lo talk nbout It. 'then Mr. Hyde Interfered nnddrova the in pro out of his hotiso. Miss Tico pro tested, und Wednesday night sho left her home to take refuge with nil uncle of hers who Is a Justice of tho Peace at Fordlmnn On the road she met llandolph, nnd vvent with him to the lioliso of n newsdealer named Sklnerton, who lives just back of tho"Villlamsbr!dgc Station. A little later Itnndolph and Miss Ticc, with Skiiicrton and his wife, went to the housoof tholtev. K, M. Lamb, pastor of thellapllst Church, vvhero Itandolpji.atid Ml's'llcowcro lnflrrleil. Tho town boys foUowcd.lhcm to Sktncrton's house? nnd gave then! ni.hnrlvn.rl. The next day there wns so much crcllc-' nientln (own over tho mnrrlngo that Jbui dolph dlsajipcarcil. He : was seen lit Wll llamshridgo yesterday', but not with his bride. She rcnialns alone nt the Sklncr tons. Ir. Hyde says lie will have, tho mar ilngc annulled on the ground that Miss '1 lea Is not of ngo nnd her barf uts hail ljot consented to the marriage. Mr. Lamb is ccilsurcd by tlio towjuiwoplo for not (n sIMing upon tho 'consent pf lho rtrcnts before ho performed tho ceremony. i l'ads nml l'ancles. , fiomthfXtwYotftntcdtdtt. Soniethliis brand, new froiri the Orient Is a bhoc-and-Mdckliig stool. It is a lojv, Bcncrously scooppd out w ood6n'seal, tliroo Jeggisl, 'a cry hcnvy.nnd mado of-black" oak or ebony. Itisusoilin tlio country from which it comes as n perch on Which to sit .while .donning o,m dotllng ono'a stock ings, nnd has been Imported for slfnllar use It Is more than probable that It will be adopted for "cooing nnd wooing" pur poses. , , t A preeiy lancing school frock for a young girl Js mode from French gray cashmere and white corded sllk T:hc sklrt Is fuH"nuTl plain, with,n dcepjicni. Thc'.walst Is slitrra! on tlio sh6uldcra and ojiens back nnd front over oV-shapotl vest that is laced down tbefroht. Tho fullness of tho gray waist Is gathered to gtvo a 'slcndtVi.-ffcvt nt lho Wfllst line, a'nd the skirt is nttuchcd'to thevafst with sdveral rows of shlrniig, giving a princess effect. A bias piece of sl(k borders thoVimd'ls gathered Tiill over the shoulders to'glvo lho fasluonablo high effect. 0 he heels on the walking shoes of f ash lonablo women bavo never been so' low undsolld-loliklngns they aro now. They nre more often tho cOne-shlipOil heels of Italian nnd French dandles. It is truly tald that only millionaires can afford choice ready-made hats and bonnets. The tirctly medium-priced hats nre turned out by the dozen, nil oxactly nllkc. Tlic full secret of pretty bonnpts is nilrst-chiss milliner and a small jliantlty of tnstcfiilly-selcctcil really line trim mnigo. Htimc-made mllllnory Is v cry apt to look home-made, vv hen.it, comes Jrom tho hands ot hue who makes at tho most four or Hvo bonnets aear. There aro soniofcvwcry clever girls iu New York, who go out by the day doing Millinery, nnd they nio worth their wages many times over. The latest baby cloaks are of white cn'hniere, embroidered nil over' vlth clusters of fine buds, wrought In silk. 'J ho sweetest simplicity is that which decks tho little children of tho rich. Most of tliegarmentf nre exquisitely lino und soft and cxpcnslv e, a combination that is really most desjrable. Tlic way to make tea at the afternoon tea table vvas csterday the subject of dls crture by n tea dealer nnd an expert. "When the water tu your kettle Is boiling put lho dry tea In vour china teapot' and set it on the kcttlo Jn place of its lid. When lho lea Is thoroughly warm and dry pour in j our boiling water and return tho teapot to tho top of tho U.ltlu for seven minutes. A metal teapot is ruin to tea and so is boiling," There are few things thai can bo made for n fair so profitable, so scnslblo nnd So dcsirnblo as such humble things as dish towels, roller towels, dusters and coarso bugs for utility only. Kitchen holders of ono sort nnd another are tho very things that every house, lady likes to lmvo to her hand when she treats her kitchen to a lsit. It gives art air ot Importance oven tothelady who orders a leg of beet for dinner to bo: nblo to lopk critically nt tohntcyer cook may ljavo in tho oven. Thero never was a cheap art fubrlo so Popular and so sensible as blue tlcntni. Immenso hall cushions nre couched iu rope with linen thread nnd aro very effective. ii. ltccUoiiIng "Without the llooiter. from tlit AlciUon Globt. All Atchison ulrl Avlth (10 lu n toy bank at home and n faithful old hen and a dozen eggs projioses to make enough money in the next two years to buy her self fi horse nnd buggy. PUBLIC SAFETY DEMANDS That only honest and reliable) medicines should be placed upon the market. It can not, therefore, bo stated too emphatically, nor repeated foo often, that: nl who nre in need of a genuine lUooil-ptirlfler should bo suro nml ask for Ayer's Sarsap.irllla. Vour life, or that of tome one near and dear to you, may depend on tho use of this well approved remedy In prefcrt enco to any other preparation of similar name. It Is compounded ot Honduras sar saparllla (the variety most rich lu'curatHe properties), stllllugla, mandrake, jellow dock, and the Iodides. The process o( pian utacturo Is oilclaal, skilful, scrupulously clean, and such as to secure the very best' medicinal qualities of each Ingredient. This meiliclno Is not boiled nor heated, mid Is, therefore, not a decoction; but It is n com pound extract, obtained by a method ex clusively our own, ot the bist and most powerful alteratives, tonics, and diuretics knuvvn to pharmacy. Poi the last foity )eai'3, Ajer's Sarsaparilla has been tho standard blood purifier of the vvorld lio other approaching It hi popular confidence or. universal demand, Us form ula is approved by the leading physicians and driiEgltts. llclng pure and highly con centrated, It Is the most economical of nny possible blood madlihio. Every purchaser of Sarsaparilla should Insist upon having this prepniatlon nnd sea Hint each bottle bears tho w ell know u name of J, 0. Ayer & Co., Lovvoll, Mass. In every quarter of tho globe Ascf Sar, saparllla Is proved to bo the best leinedy for all diseases of tlio blood. Lowell ilruggUla nnllQ In testifying to the superior excellence ot this medlclna and to Its great popularity In the city of Its manufacture. Ayer's Sarsaparilla rnirARKti by DR. J. C. AVER & CO., Lowell, Mass, tfJlilbfDniKliti. ll.ilxf), WKtUat9tll4. THE HEALTH -RES Of New York, Proprietors of tho Ndtrollthlo Wntdr nnelmanuracturoi'aoftho slvoly prescribed by tho medical faculty, tuWo purchased tlio ontlro Intorost manufacturing facilities, thoy will placo on snlo ot par a limited amount Of nblo ns follows: 6!i per slio.ro nt tlio tlmo or subscription nnd $2 por8hn.ro bnnklng-houso of CRANE, PARRIS & CO., P street, near Ebbitt 703 Fifteenth At 8:30 a. m. on Monday, Wednesday, HAKD LUCK AT I'OKKIt. Illnslrntcit by tlio llcconl of Vour Jack 1'otn lu tho Town or plosion. t'icm Hit lloiton Iftrald, I'lvo young men, with more or les sporting blood coursing through their veins, wero gnthered In lho rooms ot n well-known club lho other nfternoou, en gaged In a qulci lltllo name of poker. Kvcnthlng went nlonJ all right until n jntK pot was announced, and hereafter tho langiuigo of lho players will be used. "I will open," said the player next to the dealer. "Two dollars liardcr," icspondcd the third man. and during lho progress of tlic game particular attention, is called to tho canls held by these two contestants. The reiiuWto sum Is put up by the opener and the canls called for. "On o mo tw o," said tho Initiator of tho trouble. "And I will have three,"' responded lho other "staj cr." Now, t hearing began, and foiirjblue ihlps nro shoved to the centre of the table by ihc tlrst. player. i "I'U Mlsc you two," VVaS Ihc rctftrt. "Iwobetlei-than you." , .. . After lonsidcritig his Hand for a mo ment lho starter said, "Two more." ''Two more," camo back. "Well, what aro you doing It on." 'Three jacks." "They aro good; I went lit on three sevens pat." "It's nlljiitho drawing, my hoy." car rolled tho winner, ns bo gathered unto himself tho big Made of red, whito and blue disks. The game progressed until dhoUieYJack pot wns declared.- , r The winner of tho ,fjrd. one was tho .opener this time, and tho loser Jiad made up Ids. mind to,gct,balk somo.of the eel luloid he had lost at the first Opiiortunity, "Jlino nro Worth 12 more,'' ho softly lnnrmured. "I will have' lo stay with you." "JIow many cards" asked the dealer. "(live mo one," said tho raiser. "And how many w 111 the stayer have?" "The same." ) Then thero wosmore (rouble. Tlio. bet tlngwns continued for two or thrcfnln utcs as fast as lho players could count their chips and deposit them lu thecCntro or.the table. Finally tho curiosity of . tho second player, combined with fbojfcar thnt he had fallen Into another, slough of bud luck, Induced him to call. , "A queen full," said the llrst winner. "Tako tho money," vvas tho doleful re ply. "I raised you on n four flilsh pf hearts, nnd drew tho nee. I felt suro of winning this time." i "Hut vv hen I saw the third lady coining In nig,' Tcjoincd tho fortunate vvitiiier, "I experienced n similar feeling. After tho deal had gone nround'four or live times there was another -jack, and tho only stayers were the two players already alluded to. There wns a gleam of exultation notice able In lho cvesot the player who had dropped so many of his cjiliis td thoinan who sot on his left ashcsald, "I willoncit for2." Again ho wns confronted by his old enemy. The interest of tlio other play ers had now beiomo centred In tho two rlvnK "How mnny inrds will the opener havo?" "I'll piny thee." , The other plajcr took three, and tho opener bctl'. "Two more." , "Two moro than you." "Tw6 moru than you." Then the opener eased up, and n cold chill began to meander down his, back. lio felt ho wns nguln bested und could do nothing more than call, which he did. 'Tour fourx," was announced. "And I stood oh a pat straight," mourned the loser. "All 1 had was two llttlo fours beforo tho draw," was the consolation offered tho fortunate player, t In a few ntlnutes tho fourt Jack Came around, and, strango to say, tho only one who stayed In wero tho two who hud al ready been pitted against each other. .Again did the loser open. In his hand wero two aces ond two trnys, while the other man held two sevens, which he drew to. "One card," said the opener, and an other ncc fell tu him, completing ii full hand. 'Cllvo me three," said tho special favor lio of fortune. When ho picked them up ho could hardly believe his eyes, for there were tho other two sevens. This time the battle raged with great fury. Tho player vv ho had lost n httlofor tuno vvas bent on evening up on this huud; pu) when ho found there was no prospect of his getting a call the old feeling pf dread that ho wusagnln going to bo beaten came over him, mid when he shoicilhls four blue chips after tho dozen others ho had already Invested he experienced n feeling not tinllko that of nslck man when the doctor tells him that his case is beyond the lower of human skill. "It Is not possible that you aro going lo hoodoo hie out of unother pot?" he In quired. "Well, If you con beat four sevens I Will not," "Jllno Is an ace full." With the exception of sajlug to the banker that ho would like to rash in tho two whito chips that still remained to him his voice has not been heard iu the club for a week past. l'"orover fifty years Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syruphas been used forchlldioiv tccthng. H soothes the child, softens thb guiris. allays all pain, cures wind colic,' and is tlio best remedy for diarrheoa. Tvventy-llvo cents a bottle. l!i Art III Uliniii. WILSON WIIiSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON Fine bhocs for tlentU- men. Flno Shoes for Ladles, FlnohhoMfor Jloys, VlnnHhiirafni-CIrl,. OARR OARR OARR OARR OARR OARR OARR OARR OARR OARR OARR OARR OARR OARR OARR OARR OARR OARR l'luo Unoea for Llill- flna blioci f or 1 nf ant! WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON Itecoptlou nnd liven. lug wear nunpeifl and Oxfonlx. Bulla Hllpprrs In all tlmdes. 811k Slippers tu ol) Buaclo'K Hllmicrs In all Kid Hllppora Inthadn. lllAcUUId.llcadcdand Hon , Patent I.rntkcr Mkocs find bllppera. Ocutn' Talent l.enthcr HIium. Htlppcre and I'unipi. WILS0N&GARR,- 929 F ST. N. W. Ualtlmoro Store 4 and 0 Baltimore St. Footwear vs. Footsore. How many ipcclal offerings yon will eeo In our dally papers regarding lovr-prlro shoes ot CTtr) description. vVo lnuo not niadons many efforts In tlili department na It Is entitled to. bo, on account of Its neglect wo havo aelected (onto ot our finest gooda and placed tlicm on F1IIHAY AND SATURDAY OSLY, nt a prlco that Is a loes to us and a great tain to j on, Ladlct' fine patent-leather vamp, tan, aerge top, hand aewed, low heel, flrcclan too, fl.WS. H00VAI.Ui:. Ladles' hand turn Trench kid, California toe, aeamlcet, with over-vamp, flGO. J00 vai.ui:. Ladles' fine patent-leather, eeamlesa vrttnp, Dongola top, opera toe,'aukcnpli.it last, $ I is. JilOO VALUE. Ladles' French kid, button, Paris toe, hand; turn, beaded ov er-vainp, tW). j 3t0 ALUK. I Ladles' flno Dongola, had sewed, extension sole, opera and common tense, $Uju, ' fl (XI VALUE. Lodlcs' Dongola, opcrn nnd comnion-acnie, button Poot, ?). f3.U0 VALUE. We have, williont exception, tlio finest line of Jloja' SIioob mado In thla conptry to-dity. Dugan lludeon, llocliestcr, New York are (he mokera. , , llojs' button nnd laced patent-leather hoti, stzo rnn from 3 V to 0,S', Including Slen'n amnll sliea, the stock lathe llneH French matorlhl, and vv ere mado to ecll forf 1 4S. Tor two dart they will Lelong to our trade nt The aanic thng In Youtlis'. Theae Blues rnn from 12 to S, and for two daya we ell them for . I i Calf, -button, and Dal , with tip, eeamlees. Tauip, fame sizes as the lloja', ) Tine Trench calf, .laced," entirely plain rant p, rxl toe.tlrca V!(o n,f).60 hear lu mind that theac nre Ooodyear hand aewed. . VVK HAVE AHOUT oo rAins OF chil- DllEN'8 nUUIIEltS LEFT. We clear them out. for Friday and Saturday, v , At" 1? CENTS. . . v We only handle leather stock. Shoddy has no chance with na. Therefore, when we offer you Children's sqofa ns low as 33 cents a pair, they nro made ot tho very bcit ot leather, Worked buttonholes, and all alxea. You will, find our Footwear as near perfec tion as they can bo made, our prices exception ally low, and our department the only prlrtte shopping plnee for ladles In this city. i TUESli A1IE FJIIDAY ANU bAl'UKDAT l'ltlCES. Twelfth and P Sta. N. W. KAUFMAX iJlCKLE. PKlSST .MILWAUKEE DEElt. 'On Account ot l'urtty. Ago and Htrensth. MK From the Choicest Halt nnd llonj, Epeclally Oood FOR FAMILY USE. llcneflclal for Weak and Bobllltatcd l'eraons. I( Invigorates nnd promotes digestion, gtrlnj a normal tone to the Honinch, and therehy In creasing tbo appetite. WASHINGTON BItANCH, 703-705 HoTth Capitol St1 Telephone 273. R. S.WIDDICOMBE Manager. USE OEItES, BTEKUNQ, MINNEOLA, , GOLDEN HILIi PLOUB And you will always have boautlrul Urtmel, Itolla and ULacultu. Wholosnle Depot, Oomor Plrat Btroot and Indiana Avonuo, WM. M. QALT 6s OO. THE INCREASE THE CIRCULATION or "The Critic" IS HEALTHY AND BUH3TANTIAL. "THE OR1TIO" presents ALL tho NEWB in a cornptict ana attractive manner. That 1b the ronuon people want tt. EVANS' RENTAL l'AKLOHS, 1317 l'a, ave. n. w. Teeth extracted positively without pslp or dinger by our ualnlea aratem "tV,. a harraleas veje taniA vannr. In tun hy ua only. Its effect! its 'pleaaaut and traua ieut. Arllociil teeth, crown and brldjfe.wurk iitrcuouable prices THE COMBINATION JliaHHC?aaW. MHfel ORAT II Ilcstorntlvo Wlrio of cocn, lobriclilo Pills and various preparations oxton or Messrs, Thurber, "Wliylnnd &Co. In tho samo. Deslring'.td lncroaso tholr tholr capital stock. Pat- value dfstoclc Is gio per share Bjibscrlptlons pny liiontlily Until puld 111 lill. Subscription books will bo oponod at tho House, and at drug store of W. S. THOMPSON, Street N. W. March 2and closed at 6 pirn. March 4. LH aaai aaBBBai B ' iLLf tLB .aLLLLLk aLLLLH B aW T,,r!' BnV H1H aBM aHi '''SBVJflB-Bair,'BaHlHaiH ' 'flH , 'V LaaalaKMkaB WH-BaKafl H ml' ''HbHHHIH VkHHaHH I ART-DEALER- "Will Open His (3-alleries, i .-. I I I" , 'Hu'M 1 r -j i r. .j ' 1217 F STREET N. Wf I- February! 21 to 45. ; IV SPECIAL'EXHrBITIOiM - OF Oil Paintings, Water Colors, Etchings, Engravings, Photos, &c. NEW "DESIGNS' IN MRROiRS, 'OBINETS, FRAMES, ' PEDBeTAUS, &c. I Galleries Open Until 9 o'clock 'During Opening. 'j ti kli.' ? ? y I (B-z&as sreor "For Heating Bath Rooms, Bed Rooms, Halls; libraries; &c. ALbO bTOVis FOR ) j 'HATTERS TAILORS, 7m'Ja4 tj 4 r- VV; ASH1NGTON VJASLIGHT UOMPANY 41 1-413 Tenth THE MOMENTUM ENGINE, MANUFACTURED BY THB American Energizer Manufacturing Go. Xrt-rn-I.toca., 1416 P STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. O. Works at Benning's, D. 0. Tho Same Horse-Power for One-Tenth of the Goal. Estimates furnished for this Engine or Momentum Energizer, whereby parties can use Electricity for Llarinfatr Purposes, uslua their .present boiler and engine, making tbo light cost merely the prlco or putting in tho Energizer and Dynamos, without using any more fuel, and giving Tncroased results In.borno-power for tho steam evaporated. This Engine was expected to fall on trial trip as a wrong philosophy. On tho contrary, It succeeded and works splendidly, Infringers Will BeProseouted. -op- HEAVY-WEIGHT and Overcoats Wo are, determined to olose out nil Winter Garmenta beforo tho season is too far advanced. Prlooa nro reduced to ONE HALF ACTUAL VALUE. All $8, 510, $12 Suits and Overcoats reduced to $4.00. All $16, $18, $20 Suits and Overcoats reduced to $8.00. AU$22, $25, $30 Suits and Overcoats reduced to 12.50, All $3, $4, $5 Pants re duoed to $1.75. All $7, $8, $10, Pants re duced to $5. Boys' and Children's Sult3 and Overcoats Down to Half Price. Remember, CLEARING SALE. COSTS PBIQ1, ? 311 Seventh Stroot Northwest. We cloio at 7 p. m, Saturday, 11 1), m, Suits HEW yORK CLOTHING HOUSE. mm I. i -: iv - f ! CGrPEbTIONERS, 'TINNERS, ;&o;;r&c. Btroot Northwest. Grand, Upright and Squaro PIANO -FORTES. BlicclM Attention ot l'nrchmers 1 In Tltea ttf Our "HKW AltTWriQ STYms," Flnlalicil In DcalRDa ot "UiaUKST DECOltATIVB AIIT. PIANOS FOR RENT. Second-Hand l'Uuoa at All Vrlccs. Wm. Knabe & Co., 817 Market Spaoo. nnsnioAi. Pi WWWWMVWW "MMtir1. Eagllth SliKiii Ura4. ENNYROYAL PILLS JlriaTilil tot athtp. Xefuil&ann, tbtM nd imitation atiDitgUii, r mo4 4 ii.ii.r n M.IL 1O.U0O roUno.l.U itiiiiZ rOktalclf.,U1l..r.H(lu,, i'klUui.. 2 ti CktliMtr KMir wfim t vtaictma am raiiyaia deraa ajc M a lh oaB ap.clno for tbi ccittln twm o,n.iwiuuitAif,M.n,, . AmitanUm, K. I. yr bara trad jii a it taanr yaiira, nn4.lt.HM ilnnUi but ( ltlla i)..DTcnr,4oo.. Uhlouo. IU KNAiBE uriciHaicnauaijruenulae. A ... Uw... ..Ilakla. .ani.B ..V iVX la Itc4 .nJ tMi B..t.HIS;VJr 1m 5iJi vlth bl.a rlLlMiB. T.L.VW rtun.ub.IUu. V w m --"W tltU Kin dIti. kunuul HI Ul mm (uNlirtwi. v fl Mrtaiwirate v. rwuwiwiaim.;. afc aMwaw.aaja rZmWmW'i u.e. ii4krs(iiM THE Washington Cbitic Una done In(o iiovr Hahds. It has Put Off the Old Ways nnd hrWontdrod upon a caroorof youth and vigor. It is No Longer a Political organ. It la Independent In all ,'1 things. . v It is Now Free to Oondojnn wliatovor Is wrong rogardfe'sa of party eonaldoratlon. "It is Free to Oom'mend what over la right and In the public In terest. 1 JIts Stockholder's; List"con- tttlna'tho" Barnes of tiamn rif tha i i- i. T. ' l .-. " """ .luuab ouuHiunnai ana prominonc bufllnes's and p'r6fo3si!6nall"mon in tho community. Its Oirtulatlon'Masif Sady boon enormously 'l"norda8a'd;and tho lncroaso Is Btlll urolnS oriwlth (thp strldos of tho ooven-lokguo OOOCB. As an Advertising "Meditim who" can buow a Wtter? It roaches the people and there is where advertisements do the most good, 1 Each Day it Contains" tho most complete and reliable sum mary ot tno transactions qf that day In tho Departments, It is thorofore the paper of all others for Govornmont omployoos. ' It's Army and 'Navy Tews comes from sources whloh insuro absolute acouraoy. It is therefore ThePap'erof all others for the Army 'and Navy and all that therein is. It is the Last Paper which goes' to press and therefore has tho latest nowa. It is the' First Paper which 'appoara on tho stroots and la thoroforo tho papor tho pooplo want. It's Prices are' Popular and therefore it Is tho pooplo's paper. It is OntheSideof the Peo ple of Washington against all comers, ovory tlmo. Its Corps of Reporters is largo; Its olty nows Is comploto, full and acourato. It is Full of Snap and Qo3 alp. It la not aontontloua nor prosy. Bead it EJyery Day andsoo if ovory word In this column Is not true, !, k JW c-