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KKI'HKSllNT HIRt AS TA3IU KNOWS
General Uoynton lias suggested that
tlio Army of the Cuiubcilnnil erect n
ptatno to the Into Samuel J. Randall.
3lr. Itamlall did not servo wltli that
aimy, but while with his troop In tho
three months' service he did writo a
letter to his personal fileml, Thomas A,
S?cott, then Assistant Sccictary of War,
sufgcstliiff the promotion of Colonel
Thomas to u biigadlcrshlp, General
Tliomns being afterward a commnndor
hf the Army of the Cumberland.
General Uoynton 's speclllc proposi
tion is thnt the etntuo bo an equestrian
one, and that 3Ir. Kendall be put for
ward as the typical repiesentattvo of
the Ainciicnn privato soldier. There
t'rnilil certainly be none better, so f.ir
as tho man goes. But !Ir. Ilamlall's
service was so short and so devoid of
incident, as it seems to us, as to give,
this proposition an element of Incon
gruity. It was not Sam llnnilnll, the privato,
but Samuel .T. Itundall, the merchant
and politician, whose letter had weight
and Influence at tho War Department,
then controlled by two of Pennsylva
nia's chief business men and politicians.
The true typo of the heroic soldier
Is Lntour D'Auvergne, who, ris
ing to a captaincy the same rank
Hand all Anally held in his troop
steadily refused promotion only to be
immortalized by Napoleon under the
unique title of "Fiist Gicnadhr of
Franco." lie claimed to be competent
only to command a compiny of
grenadiers, but his "compmy"
llnnlly numbered 8,000 men and
was styled uy the enemy the 'In
fernal column," on account of the
dread inspired by its bayonet churgu'.
Killed in action in 1S0O, until the Kin
piic fell in ISM, his mime continued to
be called at roll, and the oldest sergeant
tn tho regiment replied: "Dead on tho
rield of honor."
Or Sergeant William Jasper of the
Revolution, who at the siege of Fort
Sloullrle in 1770, when the ilag-staff
was shot away and the flag fell into the
iirh outside the fort, sprang through
an tmbrosure, rescued it, fastened it to
n sponge-staff, replaced it on the para
pet and there held it amidst a hail of
bullets till another Hag-stall: could bo
prepared. Offered the commission of a
lieutenant, he declined the promotion.
He performed numerous other exploits
of personal daring, and was killed at
tho assault on Savannah In 1770, while
attempting to fasten the colors of his
legiment on the parapet of the redout
the regiment was assaulting.
Find a soldier like these, General,
anil hmnortali'c his features in endur
ing bronze, and if the Army of the
Cumberland wants to honor Samuel J.
Randall, represent him us a statesman,
for It was as such he gained his honor
able and imperishable fame.
THE COLUMIJUS L1BKA11Y.
If the proposition adopted by the
I'an-Americans yesterday to establish a
Latin-American library In this city Is
carried out, as it should be, it will bo a
valuable contribution to the' llbrories
and collections which already go far to
make "Washineton a literary centre. It
would be of especial value to tho hls
toilcal student, as It would bo rich In
books, maps and manuscripts relating
to the discoveries, explorations, settle
ment and development of the flourish
ing Latin-American countries to tho
south of us. If nothing clso wero ac
complished than tho founding of this
appropriately named Columbus Library
the conference would have justified Its
The Pan-American Confeienco yes
teiday adopted four resolutions with
reference to arbitiatlon as a part of
American public or international law.
As adopted these resolutions read as
1. That the principle of conquest shall
not, during the continuance of the treaty
of arbitration; bu iccognlzcd as admissible
utidcr American public law. '
2. That all cessions of territory made
Curing the continuance ot the treaty ot
arbitration shall bo void, It made under
tlinats of war or the presence of an armed
if. A nation from' which such cession
eball be exacted may demand that tlio va
lidity of the cessions shall be&ubraltted to
-I. Any renunciation of the right to ar
bitration, made under the conditions
named Id the second section, shall be null
It Is, perhaps, significant that Chill
did not vote.
It may seem somewhat ungracious to
criticise arbitration at this time, but the
plain truth Is that this plan to abolish
wor and substitute diplomacy, under
the guNo of arbitration, will probably
fall the first tlmo it is really tested.
Nations heretofore havo only consented
to arbitration in matters concerning
which they cared llttlo one way or tho
other, or In cases where one nation felt
It was In the wrong, and selected this
wny out of it. No nation ever yet con
sented, and, unless human nature
changes materially, no nation over will
consent, to arbitration on any essential
point involving Its honor, Its dignity
ir tho integrity of Its territory. In
inch cases tho only appeal is to the ar
bitrament of war,
'Jills Is not to say thai tlio action ot
yistcula.v is without value. It is of
great value. It Is a step, however
short, in tho right direction. It will
probably do away with wars for which
there Is no especial cause. In fine, It
ought to picvont what wo may term
avoidable wars. Our peaceful brethren
of the (Juakcr persuasion and members
of peace societies generally to tho con
trary notwithstanding, nil wars are not
avoidable, and will not bo so long as
quarrels among nations which can only
be dtteimlncd by war continue to oc
cur, and they will so continue until
the human Individuals who compose
the nations can get along among them
selves without recourse to tho civil and
criminnl com Is
Arbitration will fall whenover cither
of tho parties thereto declines to bo
bound by It, for the very palpable rea
son that there Is no power lodged any
wheio to enforce tho decision of the ar
biliator. What would arbitration be
tween, for Instance, Nicaragua and tho
United States amount to If tho latter
sliould decline, for any cans", to bo
bound by tho decision of tho arbitrator?
How could the decision bo in ado to
AVo are glad tho conference did what
It could to prevent future wars, but Wo
do not tho less believe that our navy
should be built up until it is ready to
cope successfully with that of any other
nation on earth. The millennium has
not come, neither has 11 dawned. The
hope of universal peace Is n dream,
bcautiful.irldcsccut, but still a dream.
All tho swords have not yet been beaten
iuto ploughshares, and ft would be a
very foolish lumb that would chose a
hungry lion for a bed fellow.
HOW A1JOIJT TIIK IWUUUIl.
The New York 1'rets, rabid Protec
tionist, vatintcth Itself nud boasts of a
victory because of tlic" following things:
1. A tariff bill. 2. tin plate protected.
D. I.cailoro protected. 4. Free sugar. 5.
Very good, but where does the
farmer, who pays all, como In?
NO CASH TAKEN.
The oflleo of State Treasurer of Maryland
has been declared vacant. Ditto tho
treasury. Mimphis Aialanclte.
On the contraiy, not a dollar was
run vious EDITOR.
Colonel Eliot Shepard to the text edi
tor: "Jlelchlsidok, is that text about
wine being a mocker and strong drink
a whnt-you-may-call it set up all right."
"Then I'll go around the corner nnd
set 'mi up lor tho boys."
Tin; iwhiNH ov this oyster.
Nowe paesjth forth ye Oystyr
And his silent l'urdc, ye Claininc;
And roinjth Jllld Asparagus
Greene Peaso and young Spring I.anibe,
Jltit bjin ytlytcs ou l'orko and Mcane?,
Ilin reckcth nottea Damme.
Mayor Ginter of Richmond is worth
$7,000,000, all made in cigarettes. That
would seem to be a pictty good way to
loll up a fortune, and It will not bo at
all In order to remark that
. - Down w ent JIayor Ginter
To tho bottom of the C
"A Constant Reader" of the Post asks
through Its columns tho authorship of
"Young Lochinvar." Great Scotl If
he had looked In "Mormion" ho would
have found what he was Lochinvar.
The Ben llur Tableaux at Lincoln
Hall for the Homeopathic Hospital
wero rnost elaborately and carefully
gotten up. It was very evident the
preparations for tho event had not
iikh delightfi'l way.
''So De Smith mauled that rich
Boston girl, after all."
"Yes. You see, while she wasn't
pretty, she was highly cultured and had
a very purse-uative way about her."
Forty-live Chicago choir boys havo
gone on a strike. Striking a high note,
It is to be presumed.
Hurrah 1 John C. Fremont, the old
Path-Finder, has at last found his way
to tho Retired List.
Ex-President Hayes has sailed for the
Bermudas, Let's see. Isn't this a
case of "coals to Newcastle?" Isn't
Bermuda the place where the small
potatoes come from ?
111I.I.Y l'ATTr.llSOS's KEVEXGK.
Though the mills of the gods giind
slowly, the whirligig of time biings its
revenges, sings tho poet, or words to
that effect. For, Io! these many years
we havo been hearing of the man who
struck Billy Patterson, and thero was
nothing In evidence to show that Billy
ever resented It. But it now appears
that William was only biding his time,
for yesterday, in Chicago, ho filled him
self with Clark street whisky, and,
"accustomed as ho was" with a large
and commodious carving-knife, ran
amuck through a cablo car, more or
less dissecting two brothers ' named
Patnew, before either Patnow what ho
was up to. All of which simply goes
to prove that tho trodden worm will
still turn, to say nothing of the turning
of the worm of tho still.
THE NIGHTINGALE'S OHILDREN.
It Is an antliiiio superstition that tlio
nltthtlni:&lo' clilldien tire born dead an1
she aliign them alive.
Hark, a voice that cries and calls,
As the summer twilight falls:
Deep with longing, keen with pain,
Sobbing through the summer rain.
"Wake, wake, wake!
Ero my liuavy heart doth break!"
'TIs the bird of silver tongue
Singing summer haves among,
Galling ou her children dead
With the wet leaves overhead;
In the living, leafy wood,
Calling nu her silent brood,
Ever still and lifeless horn
To the nightingale forlorn.
"Wake, wake, wake!
Wakeu ere my heart doth break!"
Nightingale of golden throat'
Sobblui: forth thy silver note;
Were Hours, thy channel skill,
JHulit mo lalsu our dead at will.
Is there ought we would not give?
Would wo leave, so they might live,
Aught uuveutured, aught unsaid,
Could they wake, the dream's horn dead?
(irahamJl, Thomson in Lonijmaii's Muy-(Mint,
FURTHER ABOUT BOOK BEER
JCditor Critic: Your Impression this
evening contains a learned and interest
ing article from the Chicago JtcraUl,
headed "How Hock Hcer was Named."
There are one or two points upon which
tho writer might give us further In
formation, to wit:
1, "The Babylonians ond Assyilaus
Invented beer." It would bo gratifying
to obtain indubitable testimony to this
statement, since tho Babylonian account
of tho delngo casually mentions that
among other articles taken Into the ark
were "wine, beer uud divers provis
ions." A strong probability o.Ists that
some sort of beer was coexistent with
man's thirst for it. At all ovonts It was
evidently n common antediluvian drink.
Soino contend that the Babylonian Tal
mud was bodily stolen from that of the
Jews. . Others, again, maintain the re
verse. Seeing tho rcspcctlvo contem
poraneous weight of evidence, the re
verso would scorn, more probable, as tho
cylinders antedate both.
"Tho bock beer is only an uufit
translation." Why a translation
scarcely appears, The German "bock"
is not limited to a male or "buck" deer.
but equally slgulflcs tho male of tho
whole of thalrango of animals from
the antelope, stelbock deer and to tho
goat. And tho extraordinary vital
energy of these males in fulfilling
their principal function in life is no
Inapt slmllo for the revivifying clement
the brew is presumed to possess.
Though not wholly unfamiliar with
Bohemia, I must candidly admit that.
In mv estimation, tho Bavarian bock
beer which ono gets nt Munich equally
cheap and good certainly "takes tho
Apill 18, 1800.
II. C. Burns, Philadelphia; C. J. F.
Henley and wife, Chicago, and Aithur
"Wilson and wife, San Francisco, aro
among tho arilvals at the Langham! to
day. The Empress of Austria is improving
In health nt Wiesbaden, where she is
undergoing massage treatment.
Tho Queen has, after all, decided to
build a villa at Alx-lcs-Bains, for which
tho plans wero drawn nearly three years
William Blakle, the well-known ath
lete, quotes an eminent clergyman as
saying that tho Bible pays mo're atten
tion to the body than it docs to the soul.
Little Joseph Hoffmann, who is
living at Elsnach, practices steadily nt
his home, composing more or less, but
has not played in public since ho left
Captain White of the English army
has accepted a colonel's commission In
the aimy of tho Sultan of Turkey.
White is one of the hardest lideis In
England and ou able olllccr.
The Empress Eugenic still keeps the
hat which the Emperor woie on the oc
casion of Orsini's unsuccessful attempt.
It is riddled thiough with small holes
hardly bigger than pin thiusts. ,
The widow of tho late due d'Aosta
icceived from her husband's estate
S2."i0,0CO, with jewels, pictures, etc,
valued at $200,000 moic. Besides this
the duchess and her child have a State
allowance of $PO,000 a year.
According to an In viewer, Carlylc
surpassed himself when first introduced
to Dr. Joachim. Shaking hands with
the great violinist, tho sago observed
that iio "hadn't a great opinion of mu
siciansthey seemed such n vain, wind
baggy sort of people."
Joe Manlcy of Maine, Blaino's trust
ed lieutenant, says that his chief is in
tho Cabinet to finish a piece of work
begun long ago, and that he will not
and cannot, in honor, be a Candidate
for the Presidency while in tlio Cabi
net, and will not resign until this work
Henry Irving has once more repu
diated ihe notion that he intends to go
into Parliament. "Not only," he says,
"do tho circumstances of the actor's
work forbid such a possibility, but the
work Itself needs a calmer atmosphere
than ts to be found in the still'e of
public needs and personal ambition of
such a lofty kind."
Many people havo expressed aston
ishment at the fact that the Prince of
Wales speaks German with perfect
fluency. Tho truth is that his command
ot English is tho surprising thing. In
the royul nursery German was spoken
until Albert Edwaid was 13 years of
age. Tlio Princo is also in thorough
command of French.
Tho lato George II. Boker the Phila
delphia poet, was pronounced in his
youth by N. P. Willis, who spoke with
authority, to be the handsomest man in
America. His intimate friend, Charles
Godfrey Leland, says that tho busts of
Byron wero remarkably like Boker,
though Boker was the finer looking, and
in figure much more imposing.
THE PETTY HUMORISTS. '
In the spring all human nature
With some straugo emotion Alls.
Poets tell us 'tis the flowers,
Doctors say 'tis need of pills.
Much of the charity that begins at
home is too feeble to go a-visltlng.
There aro some circles where it is
only the man with the income that can
come In. lHwjhamton Leader. '
When a girl elopes with her coach
man some other man Is saved from get
ting a mighty poor wife. Exchange.
Don't fret about what your reputation
will be after death. Tombstones aro
mighty charitable. Burlington Free
When tho bad boy rmts a bent pin In
the teacher's chair he Is at least justified
In predicting an early spring. Somer
Bismaick Is not given to threats.
What he really did say was: "I go, but
If you want mo you can send for some
body elso," Judge.
A Montreal woman Is tho mother of
twenty two children. If to havo numer
ous progeny Is godly, she must expect
to go to heaven by tho heir line. New
Hudson Do you bcllevo in that In
.Bane theory of the transmigration of
Henry Not exactly; but I bellevo
that when n man has been dead and
burled 100 years he becomos u century
plant Kearney Enterjitiie.
City Editor .Mr. Pad, wo want au
article for next Sunday's paper on
'How It Feels to bo Hongcd." We
havo arranged with tho sheriff, and you
are to go up to the Tombs at once and
bo operated upon. After you have
been gut down and resuscitated, write It
up and get your copy In by S o'clock
this afternoon, '1'e.ias Sifting-
Au. thoso suffering from coughs or cold
should take Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup, 'i'i cts.
Why pay fifty cents for a bottle of tur
pentine, when Salvation Oil sells for only
Do not wtlNK the muddy hot Potomac
water when you can get such good bevr as
.An You I.lko It."
At tho National lost evening tho
Daly Company attained perhaps tho
artistic bleb-water mark of their on
gagement with tho brilliant, spirited
and wholly, triumphant presentation of
"As You Like It." llondtmla of nil
sorts ond sir.es, of all ages, tempera
ments, complexions and schools of
acting wo havo had in tho past; ifoin.
tomicr, JioMitiws merry, Jtom-
mciancuoiy, uysieiicai, oven
boisterous, but never exactly such a
Jlosalinil as Miss Rehan. Adelaide
Ncllson, Mrs. Scott-Slddons, Modjcska,
Static- Waiuwrlght, Julia JIarlowo, and
who not, havo tripped our boards in tho
past. Tho gcutlo graces of tho first and
last must over placo whatioevcr their
ucnlus has consecrated on a plane, or
rather In a shilnc, which criticism hesi
tates to profane. B.it of all tho rust
who havo essayed tho well-worn role,
who worthy to bear a candle to the
brilliant and audacious flame of this
glowing and almost flamboyant renll
tlon? So live, so warm, so radiant a
being, so Instinct with strong vitality
and exuberant youth, lovo. and happi
ness, the llottuinil of Ada Rehan
scarcely seems to tread tho common
earth, so bravo and buoyant Is the
spirit which bears her up. It were, in
deed, a pleasure to dwell upon, as It Is
to recall, tho thousand and one wholly
original and characteristic details of
this lightsome, airy and most vivacious
impersonation, which fairly lifted the
audience from its feet and brought tho
charmlug artist tho guerdon of a
veritable o-ation at the closo of nearly
every act In which sho figured. As It
is, lime and spaco will only permit tho
recollection of the admirable and most
artistic completeness and consistence of
There seems to be some sort of subtle
understanding between Miss Rohan and
Mr. Drew, by virtuo of which thoy
have agreed to divide tho honors of an
engagement between them. Last night
it wns Miss Rohan's evening and
Orlando, though ono of tho most grace
ful nnd engaging wo can remember,
considerately merged himself a little In
tho background, tho better to bring out
tho charms and perfections of the
lovely central figure of tho scene.
Giving just the necessary half lights
and shadows In this same well-domt-
natcu uacKcrounu, yet eacn ana every
ono a master stroke, most firmly and
skillfully put In, were the 7'oucltstone of
Sir. Lewis, the Adam and Jacaue of
Sir. Fisher, the Uelia of SIIss Slorctti
and tho foolish Audrey of SIIss Irving.
All in all, it was such a picture of the
immortal drama in tho Forest of Arden,
so vivid in the high light and color of
thcraic and radiant central presence,
so well-balanced and well-modulated in
nil the accessory details, as tho stage has
seldom seen, and, being such, long will
it linger in the memory of those who
At the matineo this afternoon "As
You Like It" will be repeated, nn.l to
night tills memorable engagement will
close with a doublo bill, "A Woman's
Wont" ftnd "The Country Girl," in the
latter of which, It Is alluringly an
nounced, SIIss Rohan will appear as a
Welcome, Wilson lliirrott
Tho New National Theatre will be
occupied by Sir. Wilson Barrett nnd his
superb London company next week. A
particularly brilliant engagement is pre
dicted, and the popular English actor
will without doubt renew his former
successes here. Sir. Barrett has a largo
ciicle of fiiends and admirers in Wash
ington, and he is as much of a social
favorite hero ns any artist who has come
to us from across the Atlantic. Sir,
Barrett will be aided, ns on his former
visit, by Sliss Eastlako and Georgo Bar
rett. Tho plays announced for the
week ore as follows: Slonday and Tues
day nights, "Bcn-BIy-Chree;" Wednes
day afternoon tho triplo bill, "The
Color Sergeant," "A Clerical Error"
and "Chatterton;" Wednesday night,
"The Silver King;" Thursday night
and Saturday matinee, "What Women
Will Do," and Friday and Saturday
This will probably be the last ap
pearance of Wilson Barrett in Wash
ington for soveral years. Ho goes to
the Pacific Coast this sprlntr, bringing
his American tour to a closo In Califor
nia about the first of July. Sir. Barrett
and his company will then return to
England, and in the cominc autumn
will open the new Olympic Theatre in
London, which is now being built for
him, and which will be his future
theatrical home. This announcement
would appear to set nt rest, for the
present at least, tho rumor that a
syndicate of wealthy New York gentle
men pioposed to construct a theatre In
the metropolis for Sir. Barrett, and that
the English actor would become an
All of theabovo mentioned plays will
bo mounted upon the National Theatre
stage with nil the, attention to scenic
effect and costumes that characterize
all of Wilson Barrett's performances.
Alliauch'a Grand Opera-Housa.
On Slonday next the Carleton Opera
Company will enter upon its second
week of its spring and summer season at
the Grand Opcra-Houso. The opera se
lected for next week's bill is Offenbach's
bright operetta, "TheBrigunds," which
has had such a successful run la Now
York. The following is the cast of the
Florella,'the brigand's daughter
Alice I. Carle
Fragoletta, a young farmer
Princess of Grenada Clara Wisdom
Adolph de Valladolld, her page
Pletro, the brigand's lieutenant
Antonio II. W. Dodd
Prlscoof Boboll 11. C. Hlake
Count of Gloria Cassis J. K. Murray
Captain of Horse Murines.... II. E. Do Mesa
Huron of Compotasso U, W. I.ambton
Domino II. Elnent
Carraagnola W. West
Tiarbavano Miles Parker
Tho Preceptor. H. Ellis
Pipo, inkcepcr J. Rivcrsdalo
I'nlsocappa, the brigand chief
V. T. Carleton
Of the opera It may be said that It Is
in Offenbach's best vein, his en solu
bles and finales showing his originality
and vlvnclousncss. Tho pilnclpals are
excellent, Sir. Carleton, Sir. J. K.
Murray, SIIss Allco Vincent. SIIss
Alice Carlo nnd Sir. Charles A. Blgo
low shining with special light. Tho
choius Is very much superior to tho
choruses of light opera that usually
visit us, singing with telling effect in
tho situations of which Offenbach knew
so well how to make use. Thodiesses are
llchand nppropi late, and form no in
significant feature of tho general suc
cess. It is seldom that an opera Is
better mounted and sung than the
"Brigands" by tho Carleton Opcr.i
Tho genpinl admission for this en
gagement is twenty-live cents to all
pails of tho house, while scats may bo
reset ved for fifty nud soventy-flvo cents.
Only one matinee is given each weeX,
that on Saturday.
,iltootlen' lluiiy" nt Iliirrlk' IIIJou
"Booties' Baby" will bo the attrac
tion at Harris' Bijou Theatre noxt week.
It is a play that stands by itself. Tho
fragile thread of romance upon whieh
it Is founded is made charmingly effec
tive by tho excellent contrast and bright
ncss of tho characters, by tho natural-
ncfsatid rrlspnessof tho dialogue, and
bv thf picturesque incidents and showy
military flavor of barracks llfo in which
the scenes aro laid.
The baby business, which In many
plays has been so overdone that play
goers have thoroughly tired of It, in
this Instanco Is a delightful excep
tion. Llttlu SIIss Lothian as Mlgnon is
beyond a doubt the most charming llttlo
tot of an actress that has over been seen
on any stage Sir. C. HandyBldo as
JJootlttanA Mr. Edwin Hoylo as Captain
Uatar Gilchrist, aro two of the leading
characters. In iact tho frequenters of
Sir. Harris' popular honso may bo sure
thot every patt of tho play will bo well
acted, for the entire company Is a com
pany of ai lists.
llrown, tlio mind Itnailer.
Sir. J. Randall Brown, tho original
mind reader, tutor of tho lato W.
Irving Bi-hop. and whoso marvelous
dtmonstatlonswlll. perhaps, bereraem
bend by many of our eltl.cens, having
just returned to America aflcr an ox
tended tour of fourteen years In for
eign lands, will appear in ono of his
unique seances on to-morrow night nt
tho New National Theatre. Sir. Brown
wlllprcfout many illustrations of his
peculiar power nnd the tests ho assures
tho public will be given In a manner to
preclude tho possibility of trickery or
collusion. Tho spiritualistic part of tho
firogrammo will bo of nn exceedingly
ntercsting and novel character devoid
of tho usual clap-trap ropc-tylng mani
festations; through the medlumshlp
of Ltllle Slay Brown, a fascinating llt
tlo lady, full-form materializations are
produced under tho bright glare of gas
light. Ono among tho various experiments
promised will bo that of establishing
communication between tho Capitol and
tho stngc of tho thea'ro by means ot a
wire and tho audience will select a
gentleman of promlnenco who will be
driven to tho Capitol where ho will
placo one end of tho wire to his fore
head while Sir. Brown holds tho other
end nt the thentro and successfully
leads the mind of the subject. at tho
Capitol, writing whntover he may bo
thinking of upon a blackboard In full
view of tho audieuce.
Tlio Ilonton Symphony Orchestrn.
Tho musical season is rapidly draw
ing to a close. Ono of tho most at
tractive of Its Ilnnl features Is to be the
last concert In tho series by tho Boston
Symphony Orchestra, which will take
placo on Wednesday evening, April 1)0,
at Lincoln Music Hall. To give
especlnl eclat to this occasion Mr.
Nikisch has succeeded In inducing an
artist of rare ability and European
reputation, Sladame Stcinbach-Jahns,
who was his leading prima donna at
tho opera in Lclpsic, of which he was
conductor, to come to this country to
sing throughout the tour which follows
this concert. Since her marriage into
a prominent social circle In Lclpsic
Sladame Johns has retired from tho
stago and nppears only at concerts for
charitable purposes, always with dis
tinguished success. With n determina
tion to make this conceit a partleul trly
notoblo ocension there is to bo another
soloist, Sir. Leo Schultz, one of ih
finest of tho talented body of cellists in
Tho nttractionsof tho programme, 'ie
sides thcsolo numbers, consist of Schu
mann's sterling nnd favorite B Hat sym
phony, the witching "Danso Slacabro"
of Saint-Saens nnd three movements of
Rubinstein's "Bal Costume." Sir.
Schultz will play n violoncello concerto
by Eckert, finely received in Boston.
Sladamo Jahns will sing a Dcr
Frcischvttz nria and songs with piano,
which will introduce Sir. Nikisch in
two roles, ono of tho songsbeing written
by mm and nu being sune to nis accom
paniment. Tho sale of tickets will begin
on Wednesday next nt J. F. Ellis
Itoso lllllVt Company nt Kornnn'o.
Kernan's next week will havo ono of
tho best variety shows that has visited
this city this season in the Roso Hill
English Folly Company. The combina
tion embraces many new and novel fea
tures and carries with it a galaxy of
feminino loveliness hard to surpass.
Tho opening part is a most artistic
spectacular burlesque, bristling with
comical situations, In which all the
latest music is introduced, entitled
"Parisian Revels." Among the many
excellent delineators of their respective
specialties in the olio aro Marie Ros
lettl, Slansfield and Queen, the King
sistcis, the Shepheid sisters, Zolo, the
wonderful lady gymnast; tho Bijou
Quartette, and the kings of laugh
makers, Rice and Barton. The entire
entertainment will bo produced on a
scale for which the company Is noted.
Every night and Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday matinees.
Natural Ona" C'omlnp.
Donnelly and Glrard, the eccentric
comedians who made a good impression
with the Washington public last season,
will appear at tho N,ow National, April
28, in that laughnblo farce-comedy
by H. Grnttan Donnelly, entitled
".Natural uas." Many changes nave
been mado in tho specialties. Among
tho new features is Hub Smith's latest
effort "Swinging In tho Grapevine
The "Summer season," in which
Donnelly and Guard glvo imitations of
Ihccelcbiltlesand which metwlthsuch
hearty reception upon the occasion of
their last visit, will, of course, be re
tained. Theatrical Mechanic's HenelH.
The theatrical mechanic's benefit
takes place at the New National Thca-,
Jre Tuesday afternoon, April 22. Ar
rangements havo been mado with Sir.
P, llanis of tho Academy of Sluslc.
Baltimore, to bring to this city by
special train "Tho Burglar Company,"
which will givo pait of the third act.
Among tho cast will bo Sir. A. S. Lip
man, J. S. Slaflltt, jr., little AmcoStod
daid, the child actress.
SIIss Georgle Sletzger, Washington's
favorite contralto, will sing the beauti
ful song "Olga." This will be SIIss
Stetzgor's last appearance before, a
Washington audience, as she goes to
Sir. W. T. Carlton will sing tho
ballad, "RosoSfuiio" (Slolloy); Mr. J.
K. Slurray of tho Carlton Opera Com
pony win Hlng "Let All Ohcy, accom
panied by Jlr. Alex. Haig.
Tho mechanics will also glvo an ex
hibition of their skill in lull view of tho
audience, chuncinc; tho scene from a
dingy kitchen to a handsomely fur
nished drawing-room scene. Seats nro
now on sale at tho box office,
The management aunounco tho en
gagement of Lcavltt's lllji Specialty
Company, in a programme of unusual
merit. Thero will also be scientific
spanlug bouts at each performance, lu
addition to the regular olio. Matinees
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sat
urday. About Theatrical Folk,
Tony Pastor is making his imnual
tour of tho country.
Miss Marie Walnwrlght Is In tho last
threo weeks of her tour In "Twelfth
Night." It is staled that her profits for
tho season will bo something hnndsomo.
This week Kdwin Uooth ami Mine.
Modjeskn are tilling engagements In
Detroit, Toledo, Last Saginaw and
Grand Rapids, They reach thuGraud
Opera House in Milwaukee- for two
porrormauccs Slonday and Tuosday
next, Business continues to bo very
Donncllv nnd Glrard closo their on
cogemont at tho Fifth Avcnuo Theatre.
New York, Wednesday ovcnlnc, April
00. SInnnger II. C. Miner takes pos
session of tho house Stay 1.
Sirs. Arthur Stnanard (John Straneo
Winter) says that when sho went to tho
first rehearsal of "Booties' Baby" ot tho
Globo Theatre, Boston, a largo black
cat followed her through tho stago door
ond on to tho boards. From thnt mo
incut sho knew her play would bo a suc
cess. Sirs. Slnnnard invariably wears an
amulet round her neck.
l)o careful of your diet. You do not
need heavy food such as you require during
Bpilng may ho beautiful, hut It Is treach
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early. It Is better to surfer a llttlo lucin
TcnicucQ than to tako cold.
If you fool tired, feverish or overheated,
do not rush of! and tako "spring medi
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If you feel hot and thirsty, do not drlnK
large quantities of water or other "lonir."
drinks. It la much hotter to tako a llttlo
pure whiskey uud wntor, which will quench
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Remember that only pure whlskoy should
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leading chemists and scientists of tho pres
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Malt Ib absolutely the purest and best.
Wr.Li., I should etij Portner's Vienna
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It always stands at tho head of the list
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strength and vigor to tho wholo body, re
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relieved, my appetite Improved, nad I re
alized how muco good a Blnglo bottle of
Hood's Sarsaparllla would do mo I would
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Sold by all druggists. SI; six for S3. Pre
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MR. T. E. ROESSLE,
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SIy Dear Dn. Liohthii.t,:
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thnt you effected a remarkable euro of
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Diseases of tho Throat and Lungs at
Ho, 1017 Fifteenth Street Northwest.
Hcrdics pass tho door.
Office hours from 8 to 12 and 3 to 5.
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Cornor 11th and Fsts.'n. w
We have just received a
new invoice of Imported
Pillow and Bolster Linen
and Linen Sheeting,
quote a few specials:
SOFT-FINISH GERMAN AND IRISn PILLOW
45 Inches Wide, 50c, 5Go, 58c, CSlo, GSo, T5o
and 85c a yard.
Winches wldo, 68e, 021c, 75c, 830, OOo, 81
and $1.35 a yard.
54 Inches wldo. COo, GJlc, 08c, 75c, 85c, tl
11,121 and S1.50 a yard.
SEAMLESS PILLOW I.rNEN.
42 Inches wide, 73a and $1 a yard.
45 Inchos wide, 871c, SI and SI. 101 a yard.
40 and 43 Inches wide, 45c, 50o, COo and 75c a
7-4 Linen Sheotlug, $1 per yard,
8-1 Irish and German Llnou Shouting, SI
and 31.2.1 a yard,
9-4 Irish and German Linen Shooting, 85u, SI
and SI. 15 a yard,
10-4 Irish, Fronoh and German Linen Sheet
lug, 75c, 85o, SI, S1.25, $1.50 and 31.75 a yard,
03-Inch Flench Linen Sheeting, 31,10 and
SI. 23 a yard,
1C0 Inch Irish ami German Linen Sheotlng,
S1.25 and 81.30a yaid.
Manufacturers' "Short Lengths" of Irish
Linen, J to 0 yards, 25o, SOo, 33c, 40o, 43oand
Mo a yard. Thoso lengths aro wpoclally suit
able for Ladlos' Undcrwoar,
WIODIARD & LOTMOP,
KV NATIONAL TtlRATRB. SPECIAL.
unit mum uni.i.
Sunday, April 20,
Return to Amorlrn. after nn absence of It
years In forelitn lands.
J. RANDALL BROWN,
Tho Great, tlio Only, tlio Orljthmt Mltul
Fcndcr, In lil womfcrful experiments lu
montal toleRraphv and exrmpllfloatloni ou
tho latent rotlncd siililtuallstlo phenomena,
LILLIE MAY BROWN,
The Young and Fasolrntlng Materializing
Tlio most marvelous and oxcltlns domon
itrutlon over w.tnossed. Tlio mysterlos or
Evidence That tho Dead Do Return.
Trices of admission reduced to 25, 60 nml
7.'o. Pcata now on pale at the hoi-nfllce.
Every ovcnlne, Wed, and Sat, Mat).
TO-NIGHT AT 8 O'CLOCK.
FAREWELL PERFORMANCE 01'
AIIGUSTIII DALY'S COMPANY,
On Whloli Occasion
THE COUNTRY GIRL
A WOMAN'S WON'T
Will be Acted fur the First Tlmo hi
Monday. April 81-WILSON BARRETT.
Beats now on sale. apl I.Ot
A LUAUGH'S GRAND OPERA-HOUSE.
SPRING AND BUMMER REASON.
Evenings at 8:15. Saturday Matinee at -.
tlLETtfS FAMOUS OPERA CO,
In Gcnoo and Zcll's Charming Opera,
General Admission 05c
Reserved Beats 50and75o
Next Weok THE URIGANDS.
BEATS NOW ON BALE .
VTEW NATIONAL THEATRE.
NOW ON SALE.
Monday and Tuesday ."Ben-My-Chrco."
Wednesday Matinee Tilplo Bill.
Wednesday "TlieSllTor Klnn.'
Thursday. "What Women Will Do."
Friday and Saturday .."Cllto.'
Saturday Matineo... "What Women Will l)o.'
T ARRIS BIJOU THEATRE.
Week Commencing MONDAY, APRIL 14.
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
Grand Production of Mr. L. R. ShcwoU'i
Famous American Melodrama,
OF A GREAT CITY,
Under the Management of C. II an 1 Thomas
Presented by the Original Castof Characters.
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Next week-DUOTLE'3 BABY. nplia
ERNAN'S NEW WASHINGTON TnEAi
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Ladles' Matinees Tues.,Thurs. and Sat.
Henry Burlesque Company
Noxt Weok-Roso IHU'a English Folly Co. .
PA. AVE.. NEAR11TII ST.
Monday, April SI, and during tho week.
Leavitt's Big Specialty Co.
Matinees, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and.
Saturday. Admission at night, 10.20, 30 ana
50c. Matinees, 10, SO and 39c.
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