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THE DAILY C1UTIC, WEDNESDAY EVJBN1N&, 2ULA3 28, 1890.
The Daily Critic
2 '.f Onlg Ptmnrratic Puitg Paptr Pub
TVA"SlllNfl10N OKIT10 COMPANY.
iJ3 D STREET NORTHWEST,
WAgWtSWtTW CtTt, . 0.
terms dp tismntifrtox
By wan ftsSane itrufwMh 1 reef $00
Canter n tie Ky. Mvatft
WtolilMUKi. . C.
TVhixbTW, IX C, Mat 38, 1W0.
It lo9 seem tkat. In n emtntrr Hlw
thiswhblt Is swarmlnv with warrior
who didn't gt a ebance to ftht In
1P61-I5, bsit who are tfeinemlhwlr ant
i us to do so now. mi uprising of tile
Apaches In Arlsena might to tie sup
v-ressett by volunteers. 8teli foamlnr.
Boabtllls as Eliot F. Shermnl, Murnt
Ilaltteatl ami so on, should bo nbts to
slake their thirst for homicide at such
a moment as the present.
A1THOVKD. UNANIMOUS!. V.
The appointment by President llarrt-s-n
of Messrs. A. T, llrllton ami A, A.
"Wilson ns World's Fair Commissioners
vf tho District of Columbia has been
commented tipon approvingly nt homo
nd abroad. Two better men oould
not havo been selected. And In the ap
pointment of Mr. K. Kurtz Johnson lis
tho alternate of Colonel Urltton and of
Mr. Tlorsey Claggett as the alternato of
Mr. Wilson the President earned the
thanks of this entire community.
NK1TIIKU A.S3 NOU DEVIL.
The Detroit Journal, In commenting
upon the speech lately made by Asststnnl
J'osterniaster-Ocnernl Clarkson nt Uos
trn, refers to "him by saying: "A cor
tain animal warned Halaatn that nn
anIe stood In the way." Hut Clarkson
l not an ass. He Is as wise as a serpent.
And he is really one of the host of fal
lows wo have boon Informed. Indeed,
ho ! we have been told an angel,
r, at least, three quarters angel j and,
upon actual observation or Mm, wo
have learned, dellnltoly, that he has
neither long ears nor a silt hoof.
. u-iiwr .lames Ji Campbell of
t .ik, was ntNew York last Monday,
li at. Interview with a reiwter of the
'i newspaper he staled that he had
t ll.c slightest doubt thnt the Damn-
pt would carry the Slate at the elee
ii n to he held next Nnvemlwr, ami
lLt .i majority of the Congressional
'( UiiHtltin returned at that election
would be Democratic. One of tho
reasons he gave for this belief was that
there are more Republican farmors In
Ohio dissatisfied with the tariff than
the tariff can draw away from tho
JVY CVKOGItATOIOAI, DIVISIONS.
In imo the aggregate of the bonded
and Hooting debts of the Eastern States
was f51 ,270,188. K, and in 1S00. $30,
S74.060.20, a decreaieof $U,20tJ,117.1U.
In IfcfeO the aggregate oC the same
debts of the Middle States was f II,
tM,605.2t, and In 1600, $MU8,- 12.71.
decrease of U,a87,-IS8..'50.
In 1W0 the aggregate of the same.
5elts of the Southern States was $lisfi,
3a.041.wr, acUinlSOO, I07,01tl.077.ttO,
In 1880 the aggregate of the same
lews of the Western States was fill,
344.181.b0. and In, ISOO. $47,501,201, a
thcieasc of $3,752,481. !U.
In 1S60 tho total of those debts of the
fi'Ui peographlcal divisions speoltied
vrss t28,UI0,888 60. aad In 1SS0, f 238,.
59,bl7 60. a decrease of f54,450,4&4 01.
It will ho observed by the reader of
these figures that the Southern State
tare reduced their debts In greater
amount, Uy more than a million ami a
talf of dollars, than the aggregate ru
dwtioa made by the Eastern, Middle
aid Western States.
In the Western States debt-reduetlon
hs progressed slowly, and the Eastern
and Middle States have been of about
t;ual Industry at thU eommeaiUbte
Ok this sufcjet tfae Ceaeus Oitiee says
list lb Isttte have rwlueed tbelr debta
tu (hi extestt MwiBly by apply tag to the
itdrmptifiH of tbelr obKgatfaws the
r-vir-ws not seeded for euiwat x
ptc. Ik a fttw eoeae, bawaver, a re
tiuettoa of tW debt bs Wen effeeled
K i he ettforcttl H'dewptioa of obHga
ii u it diseouMl. but tlu: awount of
idu(Ua tbMweh thW pfeeess euwK
Le ok wtaiMd uittil Um stutemeaU
iitesUag difcte is tkM States wnt
l4K eamfiA with lk emk Meai(ata
fir the muim fulfil awl tb MKwmtm
tinted Jt is mifaand AM Um comptti
wnwiU b cutaptatal ' thwittB
uistlou wbk Uut fuii ttiteiniwit of Sa-
t.-Ml um1 mW
lli-kK AT WASHIKQTOK.
llit propoaio tkt Comm shall
,1'pnrUte HMW,ii for Mm pmptm of
Loaiitiag Um Qxui mflniMmat U
Hsrwstde Fwk it in httU ai-rTllr-rfli7-
sty of H ek. T cotMtry eu
luudly kve toqpMw the rirrmMiwrm
attadla(tlw duaik of GeawsJ Urwrt
auui Uu cuBUwsy tbu eninert tmhAm
to ib kt&ihm jf U Umb- Ximtm Mm
ibtiM ovuuy Xurth, skMilt, s4( aad
Wcat, usUml m ikckrisf tfcat Wosb
.uftcn saoulii lx- ih burial i4ce
.ry Uxiy riLcptla fw jgeatkiuea
ie New Vvik riugaU4 tN proxi
ttc sirangemimt. wtdHiijf"T Um
iUlU'luU Cpul, lUi; utty uf MUrks ad
ra auirtyahl oe4 aMNOUMal aMulurea,
-toiJU bs Um 4ot Btw at that ma
u.iei w aik iteKl U wit ber
uaI uUi JJIU44UM.C ujui claused Um
k(,v(4w Ui.ju1 Thfct wan auUuag
lkt XcW t --rk. iJld at ptuKlhK, IkU'l
Uwx .!; uv ukujds iUi.h uiakl
talf Tlpn-r Iter auus tjt ta
mWiaiitMl f jUu. jaUbe. iw IBs
f..LtrJ su to 4 Xw vck, Uie
kM &, tiiw WtW a v um
tibas iv aftaMifc law tiaJsaaaa ai rusua'
idtfaal aka-MK of Uu abrtsu(iutt(4
)- ;sAju akvt .ui- it: tbe iniiU.liUi
had been o Industrious, and fherr tho
matter drofid. The remains were r.m
reyed to RlrersMe PMlt ari iteprnlted
In s sfjimt structure rwemWIrtg In Its
jrenersl shsr a crtm betwAA an over
grown tend stool wl ft-Gtafi-gta mc
ho, and tnwi Ihey He to this dy.
Fire yentn htm pA and not only
hare tn windy promises of the New
TtHw mm hfl nnfllld, bwt tnere I
no !tr a (wetence anywhere of a be
lief at ft hope of their fntftllment. In
deed, tke Mil entered by Mr. Ftower Is
a formal acknowledgement of the dls
We) sincerely hope that this offensive
exhibition of rneek will be properly re
linked by ConsreM. By all means let
the llhwtrtens dmraoter nnd the incivl
tulaMe wrrlces of Onwt owmmemo
rated In snltnWe fasMon by the country
he rcd bjr Ms fenlus and deviMl'Mt;
but let the monument be set up Were,
nprn dl whlrh Is the comnwo prrtp
etty K the Union-mrt In a city whioh
traded on the hro' hmersl ami broke
Its promises nest day'
OIVKTHR SOUTH A CHANCIi.
Jfarper'a W'eeHf ens to Im surprised
hy the dtscovery tlmt there is some dis
position at the South to do away with
exlstlnc political methods and to em
brace n plan that will secure an abso
lutely Independent eNpresslon of public
The truth Is that this disposition is
stronger among the better classes of the
Southern States than with any other
people In the country. What the lle
publtcnns of the North cannot or will
not understand Is that the South labors
under n condition of things which
makes such n consummation Impracti
cable, not to say Impossible.
As things stand now the people have
no choice except ns between two ovlls.
Tho solid white line, with Its tyranny
of management, its rule of rlnn and
caucus, Its repression of the growing
differences on questions of economy and
Stato, Is nn ovll confessed by nil.
Furthermore. It Is nn ovll whioh grows
more oppressive and Intolerable with
each succceillni; year. Hut It Is not
null never can be so abhorrent ns tho
regime of tho negro nnd the carpet
bagger, under which, twonty yonrs ngo,
tho South was given over to misrule
and spoliation and disorder, nnd thero
arc no imaginable circumstancos under
which the whites could be tn.ido to re
turn to that rcgimo none, at least, that
are possible In n free country.
Nevertheless, there is In every quar
ter of the South where intelligent and
thoughtful people dwell, nn earnest
swd genuine desire to depart Into new
and better methods, and to throw off
forever the despotism of tho muchlne.
If Senator ltimr and Mr Cibot l.odsco
would. Instead of devising chenes for
subjecting the Southern whites to what
they rightly believe tolw tho danger of
negro domination, propose a plan by
which the evils of Ignorant and cor
rupt voting might be absolutely pre
vented, they would be promoting use
ful nnd patriotic ends. Those gentle
men have, In their own Stato of Maws
aehuiotts, an uiectlon law which does
all this. Why do they not propose It
for tho country nt large? Northorn
States have found It desirable to enuet
laws under which the Ignorant cannot
vote at all, and the vicious and pur
chasable rauuot tind a market for
tbelr votes. Why Is It that these re
formers, so lealous for peace ami purity
at home, cannot bring themselves to
feel a similar solicitude for the nation
as a whole? If Massachusetts and
Ithede Island needed the protection of
the Australian system, do not Alabama
and South Carolina need it still more?
Of course, there would be opposition
to even this kind of a national law In
certain quarters, but it would proceed
from the few who are the benetielarles
of the esiiting system, and not from,
the masses of thi) people. The latter
are praying for a tUte of thing in
whioh they own, without danger nt still
worse evils, resume the preud privilege
of independent political action, The
causes which divide men on questions
of policy In other parts of the eountry
am In active operation at the South as
well. Large districts of Alabama,
Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina.
Virginia and Georgia are rapidly de
veloping Into gfaat mining and manu
facturing eommunities. Within a few
years they will be the eantres of this
kind of preductian, opulent ami pop
ulous beyond any present coscaptieoj
if laft to the pieeeoces of a natural and
peaceful growth. Take, a. vote among
the participants la this Hutgsti&ceat !
dnstrlal devetoiMae&t. iaciwilng the
Northern Kcjwklfeaa as wall as the
Sentker a, Paaiuctat aw) saa how Maaj
voea will ha raked ta favor of ajacttan
laws that will plunge tbesa iMatfeta
lo tiuiuail aa4 dasoadar awl efcack tk
t pi mi did waHtk of Btogfaag'
These ca ta but oa ieult of tke
nattaasd elactio laws tku far yrapusad.
aad tkjkt is a return to all tke wont kr
rors of tk recoaatructio aaa. Aad tto
mail wko foiee tk mm ua tka South
wiH k ketd lespnaalkte by tke awaVeasd
ee4aiashea esfcd aaliiiktasiad jiadaasam
of tk eosMtry. Tkay have Baamctrt
AiMisaalvas at knmw fvuai tlut timiiwfl
and viafiaia kaUiat df tk iasasiaiad wttofa
taJ sjui uauu rUk46 &afluAAt WaM
CUt IS V "- plftV ikjil MAfal A MUA-
taet Umi kwllt 9ia naa euually jwMnBt
aad vMesia kaHot of tka Mtive kagrtt.
7B aMananaV aaaf tt GaJtananannVsV an a4aanannnnBnBUnn4
ntA tk VHinn1innff ja MMfjdW nW bJ
irt-rtits mltsi Hba- aMnaet P. foeudt,
uimij aji ifcdjrnt uf tk CasiNaV
"Basa SMsaatiajaaMiMnt Ieasar uulkis
Psaa aw""' "wtm s m
MMtit0 9nf lala-tt CMNMaVI JavMWMI tfMAP
cioy" 4ulu tW at Ittirwai frMMiniai St'ir
of New Ye
ttoftt ' lftk4U Ua l $ tjfliif to 4 ftaV
t jf Ml ttMbjaJaHiS &M Mh Baffifiit Q tiyflh
couaiuryf Po t lhamk tiMty ca cny
tkjulv &eaasjBifes acihcHaa viikyQias mt est
thus tke caacu rtto. Tew.
HUtiM.fcc and SwcetUtail, UuW d;g
ail ike bark at butxriotaadaaf Murtd
'Ikcjr scikk apoi thtu k-tiuMMk. Uuic
mm ikiev aaanta. fiwe u sdst akauc aa
awl kevi at km aa it a wkada Maridt"
twd uf ketla had. Una t Mate ittaprf
ia tkelr oars. Tkey vip at Ui ata.
AjbJ iii'V a.jSii(;ei lb Vt' ui-i.y
yoarnirg desire to tear hm into smill
Tdecea and fast upon hlsr.maias.
And what rs ml tWs about? Wfeat
hae ffnffrMendent Plnttet dosiet of
wWi tetrtfcle offense h he been
snllty Fotttre imrfNUeof MeertnM
ly. Tf. CntTtr -enl a ftimwi native
to htm this morning, and asked him to
eonfeee wt give nn the secret of hie
crime w the pnWrc tnnmgh mtr dl
nmne, H appenrs that Ine Sttperintendettt
has Inetnteted tke Ceasns Rnnmerttton
to ssk the foitowinK qnestfottt:
W. Whether tie or she tel snflertna front
trrAt et ehronle ilHeass. wilh the name of
the disease and length AT tlnwt sillhteit.
93. Whether ileftettve In mind, ststht,
besrtrg or sweoti; or whether rripplH,
wMiimd or defermeil. m name of (infect.
St. whether prieoecr, wmvlct, hmn
25 sea Sit. Is thr home von lire In hired,
or Is tt owned hv the head or by a member
of ih family '
37. If owned hy heed or member of fam
ily, Is the tnmse Tree from mortgage In
enmbranre SS. If the heml nt the family Is a frmr.
' the farm which he cnltrmtes btretl, or Is
I n eeil iv Mm or by a member of hh
St. If owneil hy lieed or member of
family, is the farm free from mortgage In
cumbrance SO, If the home or farm Is not owned by
heed or member of family ami tortffwJ,
give the postofflee Address of owner.
It may lie said. In a cencrat way, that
these inquires nre all authorired by
law, and that in making them the
Superintendent Is doing only his duty.
Section 17 of the act approved May 1,
180, which provides that the Inquiries
of the present census-takers shall be the
same ns thoe contained In g 3200, Ho
vised Statutes, nnd the roport of the
Census Committee, of which Mr. Gar
field was chntrmnn, made January,
1R70, will not fall to hear us out In this
pror.osltlon. "These questions con
cerning acute or chronic diseases," says
Superintendent Porter, "wore asked in
the tenth census, only in a much more
blunt form than they nre In tho forth
coming one. In fact, they hnvc been
nsked in some form or other In nil cen
suses of this country from the fifth
down to tho preent."
As to inquiries 27, 2s, o and :10,
it may be said thnt the Superintendent
was compelled to mnko them by order
of Congress. This ordor was made by
the act of February 10, last, providing
for tho collection of farm-mortgago
statistics, and the law was made in op
position to thcftdvlce of Superintendent
Porter. On December 111, 1880, tho
Superintendent wrote to Senntor Horry
of Arkansas giving his reasons for be
lieving that such a law should not lie
made, and on December 28 ho wrote to
.Mr. Itemierou of the House on the
!nme sulijdct. repeating and Infiirclu
his objections to the proposed legisla
tion. Hut the hill was passed and beoune a
law, containing a penal clause it pro
vision that tvfusAl to answer any
schedule qiuMlon should bo punished
by u tine.
Now, In view of tU'kO facts, how can
Superintendent Porter be blamed justly
for making tho inqulrlax complained
nbout, even if they are Impertinent? In
making them he Is doing his duty, and
he must do that.
Hut the questions are not Impertinent.
They ought to bo asked, and they ought
to bo answered.
Tho questions rotating to vital sta
tistics, If answered as they should be,
will give to the Government Informa
tion of great Importance in many ways.
Similar questions are asked by the
census takers of every civilised country,
and only a perverted sense of the in
stability of the person can excuse any
sensible person in objecting to them.
Concerning the Indebtedness Inquiries
It Is enough to say that Congress di
rected that statistics concerning farm
mortgages should bo gathered by tho
current census takers, and did this In
response to a demand for sycb Informa
tion made by the farmers of the West,
who are breaking down under the. heavy
weight of the mortgages that have been
placed upon their farms. And that the
Information sought to be obtained by
these inquiries should be obtained In
this way we have no doubt.
KlEkC SI. Camt, u the Juae Century,
states soma fasts eoernlog the otof
Dewcpapers, Vr tsversd year be ba Ijtwu
gathering luforujtiun upon wlilsh to base
bis estimates, wbkb Is as fellows:
For p ws dUpotebts il,S0.000
ilal ' 3JBO.O0O
Ike buWut-n of th Awtuelated Press, a
mutual eoacaf u whiati pays uetUBK far its
uw, awl vrblak wvw Us pattens at ap
proximate eest, amounts to $t,a&Q)0i) par
man m, sd that of tb Usitsd Pre,
steak KorpuaaUtHL, is $UMtM0 par auuum.
Tka t et hw itt to preside aw aktati all
uapiMtaat svsati, fat nhkh work $tWfiQ9
la telegraph tutte ts axpaodsd; wkka tfc
Itlttr imiisavaw, abv ak sfea, to xride
ttctwnU of avattfs oeeurrtag la th vltlaity
of the rasfML-tiva patars sarved.
Astaj.ia Hums Mxvm, kaa a patitr Ut tka
-Csaswy" for Jatw mi "Tke Indueaea of
Wsmai I'jxm I Ham Im," ia Hksek k
as tkat: "A kunlnlm 4oia of ay giuda
of akUk) ka awt yet wmiwl, ' aad, "It
U iM ttoit ittdCaal IMsVlifctf't, titWl adBMal Qt aMUaiiUsV
eeaklaby, tjM ttaVlaVtf aUltty uf rfMliHi,Qn
faW ttlJUatiby tka Wamlt iltfjgtll tliO feannt SW
CklafMkaftdl nanWMft b?V
that wa tree tka arisais of waaaaa "ifiir1
to tear asisisaal Ismas Tui ksoad ku
fiietof kss vttajksad tajodara Mtnratiirs '
Ear weed uf tfcl uiaj ka true,
iiw wsxoa Cmraaii gvs saeefaj good
BsUsnttlsnt laV Jsft COisAsliisnBttA fat fesW CattttM ttf
anssaw amps w TWBWsp,nrW t sPka' inaaanw nesk
U JsW1! L4MjbQsl ! OUlQ. lt iM OtWlaVi
4aU ttatHattGafi Hi Wbatfi WM SMttaVal Wl laanat MMM&V
BalaWVaV fljt iaH Mtl 4lf tafK UQf$Mt an Mjfr"
iBff totaftlLhl UdUA Cknt fclssft ttnuMoMM "
n s nes ATaiw em asi mnsyvssnpaHpmi nnnw
VrnkaM ka ts ifrakt to call aataafeVae to It.
sm4 taaf moaiya. said ikajr akt, u
bAka fiBsl iAruL kSBL Lkt iL. salldaki sffkfll sfT
ua4 4 Hmmmst kt- Mr. &$ imm
- 'wpwpay " i nmps' mfsmapsrwsssap
CUlt HIT 4ttd rf1iyri. ABs JaaaslC Ittt isl el HlfsaM
aad a kaas eekac. Wa wW
ot tata, aad it Mr. jsataw
tHflMfians tfi b JMQAmS k$ttel Oil MsWI WM
kfi IttEZsflsn ftk ddttiaiAal Cftfit fautf-Hsat mA
r kp P aajaaH!sw r waV "a
tbstt txXed UAQBaAsfti tall MWfkmA ikftt I'frllfifiTfr'"
.. iiiiitutssa u aaakla Ckteaso to tuh
miitm fUMaVtaWto tea Wwid's Fate ackasM
is rraUrd k auUMi LfiietH' "vrTnta wk
.ttcrHJK vredictUrtis ut tka tUwe J ta
(vifrlac. d aitk - u niftKUiXy gtul u
1 J.lUvI. vl W'li Uumf. Xt.Mi ftni.
ttoes will rot 1 c verified hy the etent, it il
tanee srtirlratuins will rte
OdCTtto Xnows no snch
V(c sdmit that he Is net the
I'rt Ihtmmnrl, but her WmM!
tke MMrest and best afffttr
known en the earth, snd tf ft
the next coming row hnndml jjMMiry mr
rflj on this globe, or on snyelbet gkehc
rtlwoverM hereafter, may we in Mere tee.
Tne Sew Tonn TtrmlA eemrts fhe he
Bef that the dewwreHtlng mmteinB m tke
I.onrsfsns lottery Is nnwn In UK axetnp
bank aentes of that State. "Between 1879
and 1W says the ItfmM, "Mm savlmt
hwnks In the whole oonntry knf6 itearlj
(tonMeil the aggregate smoitnt ot tketr de
posit. Rnt the deposits In Mm sattnep
banhs of Louisiana, which were oelv
(8)000,000 In lft7S-fl, had dropped HI tOI.V
060 lew than hslf-ln I1!" The ffemfcJ
draws from three fts the Inferemte that
the snrplrt esrhtnfs of ihe peer paeplg of
l.mtWsn went Into the poetoete of tht
lottery eompnny. Bnt, why dhl fmt thr
sttrpms earalttfs of the poor people of other
States go Into the poohetsof thsteofflpstiv '
Is It mffcal to assert that (1 ) the Lmttftsn
hoitery Is loratett In I.onlslsns, (9) tke de
posits of the m vines banks of that State
were decreased between 187S-0 ami 185-0
tl,0SO,000; sud therefore (3) this deeresM
went Into the pockets of the lottery com
pany If this is logical, how can the fast
be oxptalncil that the saving banks In the
other (States have nearly doubled the npj
Rregnte amount of tbelr deposits, and that
the jtttrenajce of the lottery Is derived
principally from those Slates f Undoubt
edly a jsreater proportion of the people of
Illinois, for Instance, than of Ijouistaaa,
imtronltea the lottery, ami yet the strings
imnk business or Illinois l not In au un
flourishing condition. Of course, tho lot
tery business Is not an derating business,
but It can't tw put down hy the ssvlm
- - .
Fhf.h. MrssET, a wclbknown Washing
ton correspondent of the Cincinnati Om
mtrtial tlattllt, Is now In Ttlchmoml dolnjr,
the I.ce monmnent nlTnlr. Among other
things of interest he has thlsto say about
the display of Confederate bunting!
In RoInR about this city to-day and oIh
(ervlng the decorations, I notice that nearly,
if not all, of the Confederate Mags displayed
are of or t hern manufacture. Certainly
36,000 Confederate IIurs have been manu
factured In the North and sent here for dis
play on this occasion. I have been Into
many places whote fronts aro ornamented
with tlacs of the Confederacy, and have ob
tained the names of the manufacturers of
the banners. I found that tho flags and
hunting came from two cotton factories In
Connecticut nnd .Massachusetts. I also
learned that ono factory In Ohio had mads
a bid for the delivery of Confederate flags
In Itlchmond. As the contract Blinds,
nearly all of the Mags and the bunting Is
furnished by a .MaMncbuctts firm, and tho
jMirticulars of this deal may poslbly bo
furnished by Hon. Hen llntler,
Without stopping to consider wlmt the
l!ev. V.llot 1'utloco Shcpard will any to
all this, we proceed to quote the puagraph
with which Mr .Muuey closes bis dl;mtoli
to Hit ( uwiHrir.nf (iairtfe of the UTlli:
There is no doubt about the Uvt. taut
the coming mmillmr will be the KK'Jt"t
occasion i. f the kind ever knonn in the
South. Vpmi l.eo all the South can eentre
Its love and viDeiatlon. He, of all the
iiimi prominent in thn (treat, aallant and
famoii iiprletmc of the South, was the
ehofeii berti and knlftht, taut jwr ' vi.w
SEEN IN THE LOBBIES.
Kdwartl Young of (ireenvilla, JIIm., who
Is an a)iplicant for the pottmastershlp of
that city, was seated uu one of tho settees
In the lobby of Wlllard's Hotel last evsnlng
talklof;pa11tletnaparty of friends. Mr.
Vounjf beloiifrs to the new school of He
publican In (lie South and views with
alarm the ps'Mge ut a national election
law. In ipeaUtna; uf Ihe Administration
Mr. Younjc aid that there ft as some
growling amoiij; the ltepubllcan In the
South, awl t would be wise for Uim party
not to Ignore the complaints. "If the
President," said be, "would appoint to
olllce ltepublloans who are natives of the
State and who are Kepublleaus on princi
ple, Inttead of for patronage only, It would
be bettor for the Administration. Hut,
nevertheless, Mississippi will send a solid
Harrison delegation to the National Con
vention In "OK." Mr. Young said be was
surprised to see the Elections Committee
of the House turn down General Chal
mers, "I've beard it said by a number of
liepubilcaus," ad Yonjr, "that If Oen
eral Chalmers bad been a cart.bag lie
publican inttead of a native one, be would
bare been given Morgau's teat." Tke con
test for the (ireeuvllU postomce ba ban
dragglui: along for several meatus, Mr.
Youiik coiitlnulnij to lead la the rate.
There are tooi very prominent Micbl
gaiulert la the city, Aisoog them are et
Setutr It. Q. llorr of Sainaw and Hen.
John T. Hkh of Ijpear. Tbay are regis
tered at the St, Jamt'i. Jlr. llteh was ra
eeatly appointed by (iovareer Lu.'e eooi
mltoDer of railroads for the State. He Is
hre to attend the msetiag of Railroad Com
udsuleuers now la progress Hefore the letar
SUt Cemmeree CouraUstoa. Mr. Kiub
just now f the ruoal eMwpieuous caadklste
for tke gubernatorial BMuiaatloa. auee
the withdrawal of Mfektar I'ahaer ttu Ufcb
boeat baa advauead 1W pr cent. H was
fotwariy SsMakrof tlwi Mlfhba Huh of
BrtaBiittvs. 11a will probably saeura
tka soudwtiost ft is bout murk y flfinit lustsas
CosntratiiBim Kltas ilseMai to enter tke
raie, aad I . tkat event MkdtfabW pokskss
would take a lively Umb. x-kaaasof Hw
eoftHauas tokeapaSaat faasar ia Miakl-
Jfjc-XJaastasmas-tiosNraar Win cvaakaak
af eiatabargk, lad., ariived kern )eset
itayeveukty suti was drivea to tka Kkkttt,
naa'n apasfwesam nsannm spanaas swaWrmw Jamtt
bilH CtQ4tfMAC''OttlMfesaS ItAitH Wstt 3HiL
ajDd Ua KkkAAadkEa kdl1 tLAA MI (tft hknnnnMM
tkat saarySksas; la seseaw ia Hiraalrissam
VetSssci. Altar etptklti "tjemwaae"
Cassdsaek wssrf to kla taaaa, atasaisjaat kfs
tuilat and tkast biad kkaurK to tka Wkste
ttoase, wkate ka dtoad wttk tka frealikint
it la sBpuaasd tky irlscimad tke erttfcaj
esUUtiaji, (f b IjksMliViLai JjsSsUUaAaM
UsinS WftA nMil9l Waa aiMntatf fttftt4L
UiMU AuIMI Jk JMaflflksaaBni Ot UaUsaak Waa
aanMJF VAflafto flkttft WA& QMjff trf tanW laVsMrtnttaMH
wtilir to lnfMi w4ai b4w? iiiilwlii
ttttsWa i-aaW lat 104 ItMst WaaMf tUlai lW9a"
ttM MUM IfcaMWNI Ujll A IMfteWbtif fjaf P&MRkr
itfrait hsWflsVisl cUsttsf tu b&v thtdr fisHskUkMstsU.
spaa-wip faav w-iiw ww r ns wfssa'amm.
tk awapsva tocaU was e-Uorr k.
i. Usska of titrnkm, Vs., vk retai
at tka Kakiu riur to tke Kveakig. Hm.
tiil t'uaska.k and Mams w..ifi-1-r i.i
tksar rtjieci latos i tka
i. . TkwssMim vi lasakawa vulva
tkle mifret-g atsd sssjyateaad at tb Hiiiasil
knvasdal. ilk. Tkasmaoav Im kasv kMkjkuK
aisaf avsaa aasalaaa Isiseaaaia adctad k
kke saiMi kML He wtli remain wvacai
. M . krlUmr sad H. L kar'-ni Euttac.
faaVws uf tka k. ti- ., Lfertuu, armed
tki mornfca asasaaasad at Wlshud's.
. klnfcst. Csdaaekat af Cwataaae at Ottn
sata, k. J.,cajM hi Ua ctmsuaT aatfla
kaWaks s WkaksaV a,
. Ckusl. ItuutK.. t.t utfW
Jude W. 1. tiumuin of i oi4ti
uS jldk J. it- Slij4tf of ifoii.aelJ,
ky i tkt C'.Miaitwivtisr uf aUUrvsd tr u.e
eWrl- atkt ,
nWRI tMnnr i
'ililrWH r 1
n IraHVHl ill
' ate. are at the Phoreham. They tre kens
attend s. meestng of R Bread Oommts
iouers new lffwmsjrrsBsn bewssj fas imMiv
itat cossymeress Commissions
wnllsm .i. Wf and I.. f. Call ef JTew
ork, sert Heovge 11. Crsls; of Nrt ,
.1 , are st tne RsndaH.
Smith Acker of Sew fork, S. T. l.rmsn
and wife of ITolynfce, Mae., ami Horace
Brock of IlsitlStmit sr atmwie, the ar
rivals st the Rhnm Henee tWs metnlng.
Hon. Henry Ubbey ami rrtneral V. I).
Oroesr of Vltninl are rfjHtcred at the
. P. Hyde of Sew Totk, president ef
tne Clyde 5teetMfcfp Urmifwiny, Is st the
ArHnjrton. He Is here iooktat after some
bills now nnder coesidemtlon fn the Honse
Commerce t umrntttee.
Hon. I.. W. Ollehrtst of SebrMtta Is at
the Arlington. Mr. Ollchrlst Is a member
of the Nebraska State Hoard of Transpor
tation. He fs Interested in some matters
now before impress.
Mrs. Skinner and the Mfeses Skinner of
Chlessjo, A. It. Prank and wife ef lJloem
fnftton, III., snd Jolm C. Haskell of Honth
Carolina are May Ins; st the Arlington.
Frank It. Tnwy of New York, son of
Secretary Treey, Is here on a visit. He Is
re;Werefl at the Arno.
Ex Senator W. J. Sewell, the political
boss of New Jersey, arrived last evening
ami registered at the Normandle.
Frank A. Smith of Philadelphia, the
representative of the Universal Hefrljrera
tor Company, la at Chamtarlln'si
Paul K. Mohr, tbn lending railroad con
tractor of Spokane Falls, Oak., is at the
W. A, Julian of Cincinnati, James 11.
Doyle of Philadelphia and M. L. Bonham
of South Carolina are at the Metropolitan.
T. C. Ferguson and .Miss Fergusou of
(Herniate, Miss., and K, Selmab of Now
Yorh are at the National.
JotinBarrof Detroit, James A, Norton,
wife and daughter of Tillln, Ohio, and Hon.
John Callahan of Portsmouth, Vs., Is regis
tered at the St. James.
II. 1). Cox of Hartford, J. VI. Ingraliam
Florida, and Miss 11, M. Iugrabam of St.
I.ouls are at the Laaghatn.
Dr. H. C. Hall or Now York Is spending
a few days at Wormloj's.
Hentlng Soma Very Important Thun
der." .twt M Aie )'wt Trttgmm.
And now Wlard Jklison is charged
with stealing somo very Important
thunder. Jlr. Wnlkor 1C, Freoman
avers that ho invented tho incandescent
olcctrlc lamp prior to August, 1878, and
scut n lamp to Kdtson nt .Mcnlo Park,
N. J., and that about two years nftor
ward Kdlson announced the invention
t.i tho world ns his own. He then as
serts thnt Kdlson offoied him ifVVl.oon
If he would refrain from mentioning
tho fact that he was in reality the In
veutor, and had sent sample lamps in
Kdlson. Tho lamp he claims to haw
sent to Kdlson embodies all the features
of Ihe Kdlson lamp, consisting of
a high carbon filament of high resist
ance secured to platinum wires and In
closed In a glass gtnbe from which
the air had been exhausted.
..To the ilrttve or X, H, Cox,"
From M ,Vie York Sfar.
A striking feature of the letter-car-tiers'
parade on Decoration Day will bo
their march to the grave of S. S. Co.x,
their constant champion In Congress, to
whom they chletly owe the amelioration
of their lot which makes their arduous
service tolerable. This manly tribute
by the employes of a Itepubliean Ad
ministration to the memory of n dls
tinguWbed Democrat will not be re
entiled In n partisan seusu by good
Democrats, hut as a reoog nition induced
by gratitude and broad patriotism.
A Hark Mystery,
AVhy tho Sultan should have ordered
IUen's works to be translated Into
Turkish Is a darker mystery than any
that has yet been furnished us by the
Slwlem. The Turkish men will no
more read Ibsen than they would read
the Iter. Joseph Cook, and as the Turk
Ish women don't know thofr letters the
whole affair Is impenetrable. But per
haps the translator Is a, nephow of the
Sultan, Great Is the administration,
The ltcpulilcan l'urty unit Uuiiy,
Siom tU kiUllaH IhIoh.
. The silence of many of the Itepubli
ean journals regarding the recent dls
closures about Jlr. Quay Is profoundly
discouraging. Those disclosures have
come in a form which cannot be met
by silence silence will be taken to mean,
and will mean, confession. The lie
publican party oauool afford to have the
chairman of its National Committee
rest undisturbed under such charges,
The other States will have Ut bray
up if they expect ta make display at
the Woskt'a Fair which will sot took
cheep beeide that of California. Gov
www Waterman has notided the Ouw
mU.S'.utrj, of the b show that Cali
fornia wauls tan avras of space for her
exblUt, and that ttw Legislature has
already appropriated $1,W,G00 to be
tsiMMwad oa tka State dteutiy. Tkare
Is aoskistg saall about CaRrarai.
ran mtrt wiuomafe
WeUUMNT hanit 3 MSalfHiakJB
TbA asriMf felHLii tftiA iirnlf iHakk
wssw vwwrj saampae amssjr empam asBnTWenL
Tka dam was m tejaa.
"iia'aa vary wmimtm. MissiP
vwa. Sa. ta s called astt Isslwaiin
"k ayou, jr. Jswawlay. al yau'w
Tka unlakviakaer awas asuimirmrn
awt af m toiBf of ikA HilaL-4 riisv-
iudsu (to wlmasi) Yost say tkat Use
kisktfBAA. kkfl wbs a&X kaJ fkkkft M
at tsta aef tt ka kit Mhsst of
MsyilaW V Mm VilMH JUsnUitt Itt Hand snaSsttanm.
WFt W BttiMMtnf Qf lllflt lal jaQM tlaat
jpj mSaHSkm waWt ! pm aea"Blr,"I(j
. nsa ! pBam aw sseajp v wsajai paan
k w viayksg h a aaw-waU mm daw
Wad tka huv mm teak off asKtst of Mi
;-W wse aot ia let d." wrsto
Haftrwg eiltStfir 'Hakaa STALr. Bojua
gjdjad to jntilM Ua kML. Mtt waa dsv-
to pay , kuKaawar. a ka
kadoati; ua4ar tk douc. Qatr
found it aad left foe units uav
ue- We kava battJt 1""i" kirn
for Umi nat four 4m, but k,ve fatted
te fai asy traca uf kkmt . but me mill
mm .. at, ad k .
Wua tke l4.iU.uy' act.
sass s jowi swk ak sts.
I tuiuitA to i,,., in ,
kskC vice via, u: cut ma.
-AT. )' ,. ;,
Trnlv, the Trensnry Is Onrn."
From tht i oiirhi 'e'lrnHU
The reckless extravagnncaw 4W Asl
mintHmtrmi Is cnusinp a fee1lnslf nS
easiness among conservative rrabr1
of Conerttt. The Government Iftentl
from all source, for tho rear ttlmtiltt
to the Trensrtry Dernrfment $180,.
4TO,0flO, while the regular approptlatron
bills, exclusive of the lependent Pen
sion Mil, call for an expenditure of
f 458,OW,0I00. tiscellaneoTts and other
approwHetfems will tun these fljnpes up
to $IW7.fW6,79S, lenvlnir ft deftceincy of
$07,(K)O,OOO. No provision Is made for
poeslble appropriations for const de
fenses, the direct tax bill ami other mat
ters Hint may come np. Truly the
Treasury is own; on with the dam,
ami let the people pay Ihe piper.
" -- - -Intuitu
Ftrm tht nr itr r Qttt,
It Is James Itnseell Towell, wo b--'llovo,
who said a few years ago that
"It Is not the man who first says a
thing who Is entitled to the credit of it,
but the man who says itbest," Judged
by this rule, Ingalis stands condemned
not only of plagiarism, but of falling
lo utter the stolen thoughts ar well ns
the one from whom he stole them, nv
his attempted justification of his theft ho
lms only made matters worse, since he
has virtually confessed himself guilty
of offer! np as n tribute to the memory
of a dead friend thoughts purloined
nnd pirated from the works of a French
nMny Clint Ills Vengeful reeling."
From th .Yew IV ll'ertrf.
If It will give any pleasure to the au
thors of tho MeKtnley bill tho lifcrfcf
will admit that, while they strike their
heaviest blows at tho poor, they do not
altogether neglect the rich. They havo
undertaken to make Imported clothes
dearer, so that tho poor man who Is
forced to shiver in expensive though
cheap shoddy may glut his vengeful
feelings in the fact that the man who
is enriched by tho taxes coming from
labor will be compelled lo pay more for
his Imported clothes.
i' - -
Let the People Answer,
Ft cm tht MlnnHiveHi Journal,
The manufacturers of oil cloth and
linoleum havo received extraordinary
favors from the Ways nnd Means Com
mltlee. Hy tho tariff of 1833 they got
a raise of 40 per cent. Tho JIcKlnloy
hill I net oases the alleged protective duty
"!i to 100 per cent.; in every caso the
cheaper goods betnc subjected to tho
heaviest taxation. This Is a noticeable
feature In the tariff bill the additional
taxation levied upon people of moderate
means who buy the chenpor goods. Aro
they benefited by this processT
i.Tlio Mnpta Mucnr Crop,"
From tht AVie lV Trilmin.
The somewhat dispiriting news comes
from Now Hampshire that tho maple
suear crop Is not nil that It ought to be.
The season closed n fow days nsro, nnd
while full reports from all the districts
in which this Industry usually nour
ishes bevu not yet oomu to hand, the
Indications are that the yield will bo
only about two-thirds of the ordinary
...tu Amerlriiii 1,'nterprUe."
F)0i . tht Xff IVwt HWrf.
Tho Fair Is an American enterprise,
and the ci edit of tho whole country Is
Involved In its success or failure. The
efforts of thoso who havo rharge of It
to secure funds and otherwise provide
for Its success should receive the gen
erous support of nil Americans whose
patriotism is stronger than their iocnl
and petty prejudices.
The Ilitt In I'olttlca.
Fit tht AYw 1'wt rritwsr.
The woaringof a soft hat by a poli
tician In Europe Is suOlclout to denote
his radical proclivities, and In the.
British House of Commons Mr. llrnd
laugh nnd William O'Hrlen arc almost
the only members who affect that par
ticular form of headgear. Everybody
else makes use of the high silk hat.
iiClurkion Una Keen HtttAcaln "
t i-oin tht Ityrolt Jw.ityl.
A certain animal warned Balaam that
an angel stood In his way. Clarkson
has beau at It again -this time In I Jos
ton warning the Itepublloan party that
the reading of Democratic and Inde.
pendent newspapers by Itepubliean
voters stands in its way to the next
..Which Way Ha Will Jump."
rtvw tht AMMftri W.
You can't tell by the way a Itemtb
llcan looks which way be will jump
any more than you can tell what part of
the Held a cross-eyed hall piteher is
It tVlll Acquit Him.
From tht Mi-HtlnpAuui AytlUivU,
Senator (uay doesn't dare trust his
ease before a jury ef twelve honest man,
but he boldly leaves it In the hands of
the Itepubliean party ef the natton.
A UiulrM Demand.
From tht S)t. La lit MttuMc.
The demand that the KettHbHcaus
displace Senator Qmsv from the chair
manship of their national eAmmkiaa U
samel nan. Where weald tbay Had a
kigr lasaal ba put it kk piaee
Out of the Uouiuiao Onlr,
FmnmUt .Vw Yi tdM,
There may ka aolhlaic aew under tk
sum. but Ike atonement af a Buffalo
man with kks Muikw-ia-iaw ia wjiier
east af Ike row ma a easier af tkltsss.
A Decided Doubt."
' ww tht BichmutJ JhUmU-h-
It iasaXa to ek areas a decided, doubt
flaS sW ttasft laVtsiilBTV Oif t)A tisnn1iUsnn44mtfa& SsnanVam
" imr.n t liJlt t aS J 11 .1 1.1 !...! w A.n Sn j. . . ktlll
apjPFQ W piaT vaVfflmliS mmi fW7 VkTf ffitla
k way ia wkiak Uaad'a 'iratiiirilU
ajtalta uji. ruMtfaiM 111 riaUraialifM Ltf 11"atslil aillsiii'
asvajsaa Baaar aa vpsm sp vTnasamaanaaa
fttantalUn aanMma 4MaMnataian&VM2A laaMEatf adaMt MafialNI
anaVasat SinV4 tinnnt attBatiaattl SanmaaW ta WsnanJC
laVlMslsE. It dialiav BaV4 W Hjall 9 JstanMliitJW fajar
BifcaTlanalaft abMaaAaUUaf tJTMatfwh iMaW WfeABtk tsaM
aVaattst foJirrW a Cttsatslnntt Mil SstthMC VMManaaVM
tanAsnr btiateta aMtfr isn Uu avvjiilC fi&tttJSa sMF
MK aW-laJlistmrilU VstfCOtttM tnfcaVt UtttU
fttMHyr TtfffaVtrT- )Ma aMMMCltei BMp4Nsat tm0
hl$gM Mini let $ MJTOi fMflkl hMar. AatTTv
"imUmmAmm -W4 w caj-
ilalallkT ru j-m. I Wmam fafctllsT aUMm
jnHsnsjaav W nnwsa fjanaw- pbbi ''
atestMsMUatiJaBV WMtl sVpfliff 'TlilW IVW tUtit.ljaaW 1
ASsll MJbT &DlMkM 2slBnAfisMsft M Bllattlfae MfttllM
avaisan mmy njarnr" nmn"saTaane r n pii a
t viiil i twa m aU km pmtte lm
"SttCtat' IkWlBkittlMlste tMM&$W09(& 4ifin5apiiiV
ajut ttorii Iftslsfnnlslb Mffct fc MatasJki IttuAuifest&iC
wi(t Lf ti, twmiiaJai. s: u tar Ss- xe
aaaad oj ut tl kVxco..UutU.kU.
2a ataaaa 0sse kUajr
To Gettysburg I
To Gettysburg I To Gettysburg I
GRAND HOLIDAY EXCURSION
DECORATION DAY, flQAY 30.
Fare for the Round Trip - - $L50
KO CHANGE OF TAltS.
Sveeiat train wfll leavetlic stxth-JMreet Slalles) of Uie nKhswrei adroumc tali
ttatTa.mnreelilna- Gettysbnris at 10:81 a. m, netrfimc,reererettrMir)rat, t,
ret at 7 a.nw, reaelilnc oettysnnris at
p. m. and arrive In Waslileaton at 10 p. m
WOOUWARD A LOTHROF,
Corner ttth and Fsts. n. w.
We will mention a few
special items from each de
partment in Notions':
LBATIIKR GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Traveling Bags, in Brain leather, $S.0 to
SSXOcachi lnalllirator, S to J7.W cadi, and
ooze leather, $r.B0 and 8 eaoli.
Drinking Cups, In leather case, Ko eitoh;
suitable for picnics.
Whisky flasks, 6'e, flsc and 51 cacli.
Leather Cases, containing tooth brush,
hair brnah, nnll lruh amt com I), 75c, D0o and
St, 18 each.
.Ial)eo Fans, with laolnit on the sldo,
10c, 120, 150, 19c. Sic, !So, C ,430, 50c, 73c, $1,
tl.96. 81.W, J1.7S and each.
Pnlralcnf Fans, 9s, 3o and lo caoli.
ltono Cruehet Needles, to each.
Linen Thread, 7c a spool. .
Pillow Caso Studs, Co and 9eeaeh.
Emories, ICe and ltc.
Embroidery Mlk,!ti a ilinen irols.
Croehot Cotton, In white and eroain, Seaud
tee a bell.
Silver Ulnve Ruttonen, lie and We,
I'osrl Studs Me perasvt.
Ladles' nnd Mob's ChIT Iluttoas, In all
styles, ! to .
Donbomiler Hokm, In stiver aad oxldlied,
l'aney rliotosraph Frames, In gilt, silver
and oxidized, H oaoli.
SCO lloxes of l'eetlets Writing Faner, lie a
SCO lloxo Koyal St. George Wrltlnz l'nwr, 9
nnlreaof imrerands uakaeasof onroloiiem
In n hoi, .
Fwfeetlon IrUh Linen Writing Paper, We
Natl Drusben, lo,
Maoblno Oil, S.
Weedwara Lethrei's Bay Rem
aoa. 3 la
Zylenlte Eeta.sentalnlng oemb, brush and
ralrrer, St eash.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Corner 1111. auj FSls.N. W.
ft W. GALT m & GO,
1107 1'vauajlvaula Ae..
Call aUmtim to tMir stock
of Watehes cmprising all
the mast dtsiraU wmtmtHts
and styUs af easing frem tht
lawest fri,e for which a re
HabU thm-kjw can fc
kwgkt to iAe mest 0.vfnsirt.
$ Tkss wtikJus ktar aw
firm nam ami or fully
American W a Itkam
Wakhts of all grades
SIB B aBaMAAsMsaSKisK
Saaasasme last X atsmatl
sw waBwasm assHi
WaWlttsW l Wajajfc
aamaawestaaawp ee vaaaaaiiaaiw
Pu14b i aVaM CaaWaaM aaM asaaattai alM s
asmlew WaapBJj'W's'liiaaiPe sW sBevpMlsW
iL ii.,imiiMMr a,Waap-
J ALXstJCKV MaWSaf,
ALRAUOR'S ORAND orERA HOt'SE
Krenlnm Rt8!15. Matinee Saturday
Special Matinee (Friday) Decoration Day.
LflMONT OPERA COMPANY
In the Oreat New York Calno Sncrr s,
Increased Orchestra. Brand Ctitrns of to,
Rcneral Admlnlon.,,.. 23o
Reserved Seats , 50and73e
Matinees Frtdny" and Saturday at -.
Every Evening This Week atS;t5.
PRIMROSE &. WEST'S
C1EO. It. PRIMROSE, W. It WEST.
LBW D0CK8TADKH, HARNEY FAOAN,
CVTRA OAhA MATINEE
t-S h rt DECORATION DAY.
PA. AVE., NEAR IlIH ST.
Monday, May Sd, and DnrfuK tho Week,
BARER A DALY'S SPECIALTY CO.
Franco Delrsay's Dramatis Company.
Minstrels Olio Sparrlnc
Mattncos, Monday, Wednoday, Ftlday aed
Batnrday. Admission at night, 10, 0, 30 and
W)c. Mattncos. 10. an nnd HOj.
KERNAN'S NEW WASHINGTON THEA
TRE, Utli St.. south of l'enna. ate.
Ladles' Mattncos Thursday. Friday I Decora
tion Day) and Saturday.
ATHLETIC AND SPCI'LTY tO.
Next Wcok Itabas Com;any of Ni.reltle".
VTEW NATIONAL TH'tATRE.
JUNE a AND 3 TWO NIGHTS.
Commencement Exerelsea and Dr.irmtlo
EntertalnmDt by the
MARTYH COLLEGE OF ELOCUTIQM
ACADEMY OF ACTIHfi.
Humorous and DranatioRiltat)n; Cl.n
slo Pantomime: Frnelng Rattle; Ortek Statu
urr: Content In (leMuret Floating Villon
Scenea; New and Beautiful Attitude ta Cos
tume, with orIoIuqi offeoU, aided by tr.tnlcal
telections; "AIMIltnirScene," rons: hyPro
lertiT Soua, who will peraucally lead the
orchestra ilurlnr Its rendition; "Ilowdrand
ma Danced tho Minuet." "Tli- Tamlne, ' with
Tragedy and Comedy.
Fcenea ftom tho following plars, ' Ingo
mat" Ulowtr IceneR "Rraio act .l.itlet'
(as deciphered by Iimatlujlioiinellj , "Nell
Gwynn" (a ataza upon a ataci, 'Meg
Merlllos" (tntlro); Matieth'' murder
scene): "Leah, the Forsaken" (death icenej;
"llamlet" (Ophelia In tho mad scene)
Tills college will eradnate thU jeirsoma
or the bent tirofesslonal talent in the I nlteU
Complimentary tickets must be en hanged
for reserved soata.
The latter may be obtained for Ss and SO
cent at W, O. MKTZEROTT A CO.'.-, it 10 V
st. n. w.
Summer courses In Blooutlon cost from tt
upward. Circulars now ready at the Cotlcue,
till 11th st. n. w. Alt persona who enter tho
summer olasa on or before June 3 ara fop
Dlihed the beat orebeitra ebaLrs FltKK (or
thoentertalaments at the theatre,
Is the Greatet of All Matieal Iastru i
Beeause it performs any raaski
from a waltz or a baUad to an
overture or a symphony more
beautifully and more nearly
perfect tbaa any ether fciagle
Tbu AeoUan Is net metUaaIl, bat th'
maJfUtkjn ef it Is so tiatfie tbat a pnoa
ean learn to Way It with from eae to tbrto
weeks prastlea. Year vWt to e this In
strat will be esteemed a favor at
E. F. DROOP'S,
am PA. AYE .
Clate Pbas awt Oraa.
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Htrisnilrew a ptitatt Utttt:
"la rewy to yar reciaaet tar my advice iw
to a gaoa Mbcol fair year daugbwr. I aa
with tteeMwwe reeossweBd Mr. d Urn.
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atgh. taw luttM6s laesowk aad tbe alt i
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