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THE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE t, 1890.
TllE DAILY CRITIC
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"We tilt very mSe stock tn all At
' n Me and bwllabaloo abom tbe schisms
rl splits in the ftr-publlcan ranks in
Pennsylvania. Jin dinrtrt there Is a
i. 'nwing distaste for flaw rta. Men
i M have the stomachs of ostriches to
i able to gulp that (rose sod retain it
with anjlhlntt like comfort. rfetoitTlrj
'tlnk. however, there Is danger of a
ilous revolt at present. Thre may
' ' protests iM rlemonstratrons of re
i ntrnent against the iron role of Mr.
t'nay. and there niiy hp efforts of more
r 1ms vigor to thinw off ht tyranny
i '1 defy him in convention. But
Vftrcr, far dearer than liberty to Ike
it of the Pennsylvania henchmen,
i the great dividend of spoils awl loot
fter the flection. His kicks will til.
minlsh as though hy mngte wham the
'ukel is announced, and the first fnn
of the rnmpalgn will find him in line,
41 Haunch siml docile as ever, battling
irkr hi, lioss's banner with all the
fen or of a convert.
There is, however, a direction In
w)ii( h the Democracy might work with
) re than a fighting chance of success,
ted without any reference to real or
in Adned factional dissensions among
H.ilr opponents. The movement for
liflltnt Toforra is strengthening In 1'enu
hnnla almost hourly. Grand Master
"VV' ikman I'owtlerly has declared In Its
f ix ir. and all the Intelligent ami patrt-
tit n en In the councils of labor are of
Me mind. This Is no peculiar product
f the State. The labor organisations
i 'Nt-w Jersey were the prime movers
in the reform which has just been ac-
iiplihet! them, and the same may be
-uli'.f Kunde Island and Massachusetts,
win it- the ballot laws are even more
i lii than In New Jersey. Consorva
ii i) en In the labor ranks understand
".at they and their Interests are the
1 1 f victims of the corrojit ami npprts
Me political practices which attend
nch a bosslsm as that of Mr. Quay,
Ti cy reallae that they would he the
vhief benuliciarlea of system under
which only intelligent men could vote,
and under which the evil Influences now
hznloan' In Pennsylvania election t
would be neutralimxl.
It Is onr belief that if the Demo
. raMr patty would put the Australian
i-ulb t system Into Its platform, come
.tit tuarely on the issue of absolutely
pure and Independent political action,
i' would be tnktntr Its one serious
hance nf victory.
I1KNOUNCKS THK ALI.I.VXCK.
The Mtrwwrj' Votet, declared by itself
' If "the unnltlclal organ of all socle
tics that are tailoring for tho well being
f the productive classes," makes ills-
nrd in the Farmers.' AIHanee music to
which all public men have been dancing
The Vvit declare that It has a guid
ing sentiment, ami that this sentiment
la, been expressed by JuHa Ward Howe
in the following stanaa:
In the Iwaaty of tbe llllee
I'briet wautburDu across the a,
'WHn a glory In W batata.
That traasagttres you and we.
Ak be strove to stake men Uofy
Let n autre to watca men free,
Hlc (iod U rroWwt oh.
Ve confess our Inability to gather
J n m these jingling lines what the guid
ing sentiment of the Voite is; but by
this fact we are not discouraged. We
re sure that it is the intention of the
J'im to have a Srst-elase guiding nu
Mmeut, good in both prase and verse,
snd in this knowledge our sol ba's
jmssed from a perturMd into a calm
We are Informed, also, by the Vukt,
tLat it chawpiojsi ike Ustweat of the
A i)ui it n fariaer Iwt, test andaU the
iii.c, and, therefoM, is neslher a Dmh-
- ittinor Heibrieaa newspaper. la-
'!, the Yoim aeewa to m to be tot
i'v-lf and opposed to the Farmon' Alli
ii I. f which orgaalaaste It gives ar
i'lt'i-cds to give ttw hittary,
la doing this, the YoU says in sub-
Tie Soot hem Punters' Alliance"
bombs Texaaa nuaaherof years
g" It sfiM had aM,8O0 aaesMhsts. la
'.- uprtoiag ba fNsat leader, no Moses,
'UHd forth; bus a lot of small ehaw
viuss spfMkg up, who tursved their at
nntion to co-operative cowsawdlaj
- h-SLtt. most of which cam to a dfts-
.MKiuend. Th the Alliance, under
'Lew littk leaders, who had failed is
vtithhg. biM to spsead their
htu '. tit wheie eowtry, ad
- L.t y soon sitwt- tareJaahiy beeauae
utii lack of ability boasea of the Na
'. caJ Partners' Alrtaace. They held
, .invcutioB., and thaw moved their
ca-lijuarters to Washington City,
-laud a newspaper usiaaa, "aad. with
iu Waiwliionie asmbHaos), becasi to
u jiipein atdtofohhle up all Mm
ji. tctbes o nHideii prodniwas is Amms
us whethei la couauyw hj tow,"
And the the Vum laswawingly saye
iioA., ' & tihe iwi sejt tiktae, eae niettars)
i .jebiiig active caw paten of peeptv
.hbJissb iw their proprtetajry
. !I throth the Vorthera naatoa.
If ih roses is correct in its
i itittese," they e a shto lot of
l- m ' Lswpteas. and, propabJy, have
Ltwttkti is Jutag asow thaeould
li4)cUiiM hy "the gmt leader
M-ijuwe. i sth saighiy heft and htaia,"
.. U.js tjiUure to atep forth
st., olJ iloie. the Vm$ m tottdiy 1
u.ei 3 A tot of swaU chjMpaesM, to
aicia 4d active, ace alsraya saore
. ffttiu. tHM thw jk what the
, . . .itt8Sis a ' dfhty heajfi--"
I - l liic
rm f k!
J, lis Ml itflidward hurtw.. Mr. We
hii'o , roil u, i r i 'nVfnttoml rp.ti'ir
I.i r . , that in the fdraitzstfon of litr
artfr Ikf a i r ti)ltns flrlil for ttw TtOTcHsl
and one tbst i too little workeA. Prtmts
mg that nor of Ms chsrtrtefs are AraSm
fre HI, he "eoMtWK-t-' hf novel on thw
lines. Hfs ftsro tatk, ttke s o1Ipk" pro
Festnr sisrays on ifnty; Ms heroine wh
throvm fn'O Ssnton's company twnwM
Impmirt wfth Ms spirit, "tweme the
(borrts of her netng tntntrtvetv rwtpotwt to
the at Meats the tw-o onts ws Mke
zmj uimicai instiinneiis arruncsi to xne
tin kef and responsive to the same me!
oiffrs.' Shyvftiliehwti, fnrton twBeveiiher
to be tn lefts with another nn, but after
"a fierce ,tms)gte f sftewi mttntes," he
trth ovt lifie1f t annoweees to Ms
tlvst tbst be gtvt, tcr tin. Bet the rfvsf fs
not to be onttfotie in cntotty he wont
t hppy t fhe ,tne ot Ws frtenrf, anl
tut ttitetk between tk two, nwihw nf
thitn hattnf ptorfl t tie gtrt, ts
tcrHhy of the "Meattrtn" of tin author.
At the proper tUttt of the book, the
jg lady rffnw Tspley. tn an Meal
tnnttner, of ronrw, swl stilt farther stong, J
as rnfght ttp cxicrtnt fn a novel "own
jtnirttd" on Mr. tVog plan, aceepts
Knrton, who assures her that she "ba, long
been the lunge reiterted fn the mtrfm- nf
Ms sottl."' the minor cbsrarters fn the
book, an KngfMa 1-oM, a ttemtan itn
arcbtit, a Boston business nan mwl so on,
appear to he intnnhiced as nwmth-pteees
throngh whom the anther's hteas ronoern
trig some qnestfnw illstnrMng onr montern
society may be aire. Mr. Wooit seems to
have met with measnre of ntccess tn his
books on economic qnestfonai Whether
his "novtil" will be as taking remains to be
seen. It is pnhllshert by Ie , Shepsnt,
Boston, antt may he had at Robert HeelVs
IN this city.
Wn nvn Re rtvait the current nttmber
Of tfce true 1'm'immtVntlth, rmWIshetl at
this rity tiy the Trne CommonWealtb lnh
Hhhsg Company, unit edited- by Dr. t. T.
Htdiwt, This ts the thtnt nnmbar of the
ISpr, and it comIkIus whoIi iHteretting
matter. The 7r CommtmntaWi la a re
sponse to the rlmaml for literary matter
npon the new Ideas of political economy
that ha re been suggested by ,rtch men as
(leorge and Uellnmy; but It Is not a very
radical response. It goes fsr beyond the
eTer trweheil hy either of the ston'-paQert
political parties to which most of onr jteo
ple sre attached, tmt It falls far short of
ftellamyfsm. It ilemsmts lira gentle vf
that all Interstate railways, Interstate tel
egraphs, etc , thai! be owned ami operated
by the General (lorernnient lu the Internet
nf the whole people; that local railway and
telegraph lines shall be owned and operated
by the States In which they begin awl ter
minate, sud that the Tartmis cities shall
own and oicrate alt water works," ga
works, telephone line, street railways, ele
iaed railways, etc.; that tho fteneml llov
ernment shall !Me all money, of whatever
sort, without thelnterventlim ol banks, and
that tie voltiiite of money shall he snntctent
st all lime to enable the people to do butl
ness on a rli basis. Htrnio of these
tHys some nf ttiew things will be restlieil;
tnd atr a little while say, a hundred
ear or i- two or three of them may be-
ome facts Iiutiibital4 ami naiwrwlly rec
ognized as good snd right thing. In the
Meantime let the good Doctor tog away at
the slow-movlna: car of progress, grow
tick and fat, and never die or become obi.
"Kj.owi.eiK!e," a aew weekly wsKasliie,
occupies a new Held, and If it accomplishes
wheUt undertakes. It ought to baludls
pensable to every owner of a Cyclopedia.
It propoes to answer the almost Motto
number of questions upon which one ordi
narily consults a Cyclopedia ami fail la
snd Ike miMirr, generally beeatuethe Cyelo
)tedla Is not -up to date" It was pub
lished, prolwbly, Ore yeare ago, or, may
hap, ten or more jesrsago, "The world
moves," ami the most Important quesUons
that want anewers are of tit-dug, not of
jesterday. For iMtauee, Caprivi succeed
HUniareU as Cbaneellor of Germsny; who
is CaprHI t How do you pronounce Ms
name? A terrible storm at Apia. Where
is that J How do you rouounee It r A
revehitteti In Braali a few weeka ago.
What is tb new tatu Aud m oh. If
yon eonsnlt any Cjekipedla, ami fail to
wl the answer to your question, or you
rlntl authotiUes differing, send a postal
eard to "Knowledge," ami Bud jour an
swerln tbe uext week's lue. Tbeiaaga
sine is published In handsome and bandy
form, ami a complete index is prOtatted
twice a year, with bound vo-Iuwm at nom
inal price to its aulwrlben, A specimen
copy of the msgaatne will be sent free to
any applicant. The price Is hardly more
than nominal St a year. John It, Aldan,
pnbiieker, W Pearl street, New York,
also Chicago and Atlanta.
SriMKiMe or the Vermont Democrats,
the esteemed New York Tribiuu says:
The Democrats of Vermont ''got to
gether" the other day it doesn't require a
large room to UoW tfeaj aud went tbrestgk
lb mottoaa of nominating a candidate for
Uevvrner Just why, ft la tMatcuM to
imagine. They may b entitlttl to a eartaiu
degree of credit for a nut of bulldog per
tinacity in ktwptag up an argaaUatiou ami
eogagrog In a campaign in toe face of over
wawwinsT and Inevitable defeat year aHer
tnjF. he liepublieaa majority lu toe
Gieen Mouulain State temiiu at atrut b
same point, and the DeMocrats up ttmre
hve no nets i-musee of carryinar the Stare
than of luiMtriUug ttw eartk- For alt pre
lleal BMB"be party asgaBlaaStoa tabxks
a west 'Ui)ud aud let every election goey
These beisK the TribuuSt view eoncern
tog a hopeleHi aatoartty in Yewannt, why
are toev nes anmlly aAostcahae to the
hessatsss njeswsbsssasi nsksswishas In Ate
baaaa, Looistaa ami ?Hsitsstnplr Why
eVeae the estassnsd 1'rilnms get up on lu
bind toga a4 bellow, wham taaae latter
eetemrhtes do lust wnat It advises the
Vetmoat Deaaocracy to do?
Tax Wkhiis (Kaaeaa) IBmU., winch
claims to be as sosmd ateptsbMcan sheet as
fosaeo McKksle)'s Tastf hatt:
Taaaal MciklltJAff sskUi jsf SM ffititriisfilTlli Ehstf -
fas eF ' "w at " s sjas "an'si'aiaj JTP
aksMttsUkfS it fsf Vtt$ C JfcMs WsMMyMT MsW
teilie id bJv hmi mi n4 of tls Amur-
ldttB Dattst&itai itlal SaaVt daftftHsaMMn 40 HsahlLtt sMt
j)ofth deyU wUtosit IviaJaM Ms
taff or sawitig o his borM. It Mdiw 404
tass freso the farmers and rat time thssn
eHwei it does at iaipoae s singsr dHay
whkk wUl lwlt Ksssas feraaac Whet
do w car about the duty egx ami est
hay' Thi Utt4 weears ue, but what
to M4MWM? tui, toe
f ead Cajsnoa led tuMni to
ef i nsMyvss auui uyputtiucal rrttnwtrtltiin. if
iianetaiina o ueai
twanSy-ssvek tmt m toe edstorieJ service
has ual y sited u for toe mesne iijinm
1-. 4 Hin ui miinirtSiiiit wturs
f usted in toe esteesaed WsaMirgton toa ef
Umu. stonju suiiu: oi c Vofk i si the
Arangton w tus wa. ueww hhmvu
bascwe toe eniii-eaus Court u4as to art: s
to tvur of toe n&rtgjjfce of the Texas and
Bed stiver ttallroas, who tiaaire to tasd
of tout wttonistw stiwaeass se
Mr. ntof as sa a dfiea.EQB&daiM
ml TisevmsniL aanl
la utadfted with hsvistoaiud toe ft
luxsM maaaeasa adm aeS tfia noilHf ill lnas to
HkT snrMlraPi i Pf i
. i-irieasi, mm
Gk&BMM 9aM9sQ&eByi9 V
totMNK SUAk Mr. K.H
',n i 'I At t i -tc " i i '
ton. WV irt gl.nl, how, ci, t hi Imt
et(rne i icallytlic m .n wh .1 1 i' all
What we need, now, to make n- utterly
and raptoronsly happy i to have ne owe
tell Ws who Sterne Is.
Ifti:ir'r"t H Miter sent the foltewing
tebgrsm on the occasion of the rwiphant
Tn tht Him. Wr)the , XMm
Jtjgrfeves ns to AlMptwtnt yow. Regret
owecmf m otner maneis prevenr my at
terrrbMrce at the werMlng. Wh can't the
yonn fwlwscameto n fnTStMt' Mrs.
Hsrrtgwn Joins earnestly fn this teqnest.
W bo says HfttressMt tsnt gmtefai?
Mr. tttte satdi fn the Mc&ntrre-Tnrptn
rfebtte ye rtefltsy. and Mrete Was d awl
wrnrrol sewmf fb Mi voir, that
I fr not rfev flnt the newtpspefa
slwsys ten ine tmth, though I like to read
We are left la donbt as to whether the
failure of verity on the newspapers' part ts
dire to the fact that Mr. tbttr-s likes to read
them, or whether he tikes to resd them he-
csnse of sne failure.
tlot. Twow Bkjm.ktt Renn has a
powerfnl article tn the latest edition of the
AWr Amttimn Httitm advocating federal
control of eleetrons. Mr. Reed declares
that f web control ts absoUrteiy necessary
"If we are to have honest erections in the
Sent." Itsn what has Mr. Reed to ssy
abowt ibe ercetfrm practices in the district
which sends Mm to'rnttew, They are
all right, We suppose.
With ntrrin i.tt this can be compre
hended: "Two of the wont pnns of the
season," says the ltroll fcr lnt, "were
developed by the Rrchmrmd gathering. The
Jloeton ifrrafrf rthl that the day wowbl be
(tenernl l.ee oberved, to which the Chicago
frtnrnte retorts that tht statement Is H. B.
Ie nncelled tor."
Mr. Mxnttv of Texas yesterday obtaitmd
ftom the House an Indefinite leave of ab
sence, 'the worm fences in bis district
must be sadly ont of belter.
nvtrt Mr. .Martin Is on leave, bnt piet
nresqne Mr. Vanx Is on deck.
SEEN IN THE LOBBIES.
Henry ltose, New York, ami William it.
Tarloe, St. i'anl, are registered at the Hotel
A Isrne iteleaatlon of "Orowlers" arrived
from Aew York this mom I tig ami regis
tered at the Hotel Imperial. They are hero
to attend the convention of the (Irs ml Order
of Growlers, which win be held to-morrow.
Amnmr tbe (Irowlers are f. ll.TItiall.lt.
W. .Miller,, tames Curran, V. H. llowdeii,
T. K. O'Neill. C. Sculow, B. F. Vail, ,f. C.
I'rwHlman, ,1. A. Duff. John Klsworth,
James tVbeeter, I'eter JleThlgli, Andrew
Hefner, John T. Kennedy, John 1. Win
dolph, W. I.. Christopher, William Meis
ner, ,f. .1. McArn, Wlltlsin Wtieri and
William Wnent, Jr.
S. 1). Phelps. New York; Scott A. White,
Pittsburg; II. F. A. Plnkliey, New tork,
and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cochrane, .lollet,
HI., are italstered at WlllardN.
Hon. (lalnsha A. Grow of Pennsylvania,
ex-fpeaker of ihc House, arrived last even
ing, and la at Wlllard's.
i. M. mltl! and George.!. lUinllton,
ballon, Me, are at the Kaudall.
Lewis T.Tupperand wife, Bot4m; Claries
Mortoii ami wife, AHssonri; Charles Dn
llols, llrooklyn, and Charles II. Drown of
the New York CnmuurrUa JIutlHlH, are
stopping at the ftlggs House.
D. II. Drlscollot New York is staying at
A. P. Ketebum, New York, am Charles
J. HIHard, Pittsburg, are registered at
1'. A. Kusseil, (It. IlarriuiitOH, ami F. W.
Hlnedale, ,lame II. Wilson a tut I. F. Che
ley, Plttsflsbli 0. U Field, New York, and
F A. Hartsbom, Troy, are at the Ar
lington. C. K. Palmer, a proinlBeut hanker uf Oak
land, Cal,, la at the Arno.
Simeon U. Williams snd tbe Ml4Ses Wll
lisme of Clilcatto arrived this morning and
sre stopping at the Arno.
Kdward JI. Sbepard, Brooklyn; E. a
Hevey, Boston, and J. K. Van Doren, Jfsw
York, are at tbe Normandle.
W, C. WWttor, A. 1). Kenyon and U. F.
Beck el and wife. New York, are registered
Kueene U'Suiiiraa and V. J. 0'Aulllvan,
New York, are at tbe SutHoliuin.
General Henry I Ablot, lf. S. A., ar
rived ibis mormng, and registered at tbe
Hon, Daniel J. ltau of I'orUuutUi,
Ohio, is at the F.bWU. Mr. iiyau is the lie
publican Secretary of State. His friends
say be will be a eandklste for r&elestlea,
as be (s tbe uuM popubir ItspuljHeau la tbe
Professor (Jeesee W. Atbsrtesi, K4det
of Um&tate College of Fsnnsyirania, is at
C. B. Palmer, S, Y. MeNalr, Cbteago,
and John 11. Crawford, PbUadelpbia are
stepping-at tbe BbUst.
Max Gasner, Texas, and K. d. itnuinen
and wife, Denver, Col., are at toe Howard
Mr. A. K. Mass of Msstdan, Miss., U
stopjnag at tbe Howard Upas. Mr. Maaa
U the owner of toe swSM tost was pre
sented to Marshal Ney by Napolaes duriwr
tbe Russian campaign. It Is sid to be toe
handsomest ed lu exMsnee, and Is val
ued at tde,t)60 by Mr. Mass. 11m sword
bw bsen to Mr. Msas aiiaatlea for
eighty years. He is eontomntating placing
the sword on exhibition at toe World's
Fair in Chicago to '.
W. C. GhMt, Denver; Jotut ti. MckUvaeu
snd Um limtb MckUreesi and the Miaaea
MciStveam, rltubuK, are risgislssed at the
Jaeatoesi and fausiry. Itlaata-
tMWsTptct f . M(UsH lMWsWMsttt Wa hx JteMaT
awiefel and (&mw JT trTWafj.'Jsmvr os
fu U Mjita faJskal V
ytlk, Vav, sv ytfiiifftit 4 w Mu-
fiaatt tHItflfrkeUfi &Abbb1 asiatiY tWaal CeUaaaat taal
Srvsv eisvsasapas'w esspsrwr wsasav esaew' amis" esamsar aesw
bsto mat asttht and mgAetoeed at theashmBI
House as to) Low; C.'fc Browa, D. A. Vai-
Crawinsd, J- Serdesk U. Blu
thol, . W. Thosaas, W. B. iisaaa, 4
Kteker, W. A. Wasd, A. Benton, Samoa
nsubu, J. HousMstr. JL W. Katght, ti.
Mauris. K Davis, C. f McCWlead,
Sere, E. Wertatr, J. Bwnhaaa, K ,3ie
Ksawer, H. H favmhws. i. H. OttortonhoC,
X. aaesikesJs, H E Jaartow. C. 9aefc, i. W.
ByhmaW. B- Haebt, P. B. WonaM, i.
Jahita. K. I rhmaa L. Lehmaau Mha
uSbT H . laswef, E. K. TaBor, TTW.
Beward, 6- H Duamsm, J. 5. Blcksrda
aWCi'sMitfl I W 1 VQjB&ftf&M& dM GsMi
wasiBtheltby of the Fbfetttthii
uig ttritsaiss uus Ut a
clothe. Mr. F
aid to Trie Csjik reuocser tos the
Famets' fhsve nwsaM elect the eanle
Mpeeawsg sssil h s sfctpapapslpss sTseWaw "P exaPRp Hdpss MM
urggnliitkin was groadug Is strength every
4a?: InretetweetosawlJurfLosTusi he
Mid it was sttU u toe Agricultural ' om
Out at she "Oft stoaattaves to he , sssas on
u toaatar u- m-ma$ m
Mr. BUbi wsto Ua dw mmm ttdesuam
Mm hlreojjyjl' t HittoM-fift the etoteinsnef
sitBt the MBto. Amsfligt
aB Kasaat Bflaal aaaatV
huiaeser. i mild but tut
here Woaojag attar tin unC u&
U fa IS WITH rURRlSON.
It Is Common Hrinion that Sfccrfttnry
Noble Wilt Iteslgn.
Notwithstanding his denial, ft ram
Bwnly belKvcd here that ekMHarry
SoMe will shortly reIgn, ss.
patch from Wshington in INktj's
New Tork BVW.
trrere f ald to Tm a coonhat e
tweet) him and the Preside After
the portfolio had been retsrlered tvt he
ccftbed the President discovered thM
Colonel Noble had heen a stftyftg
Oreshsm rrmn. The offer of thej ntaee
MM been made on the strength of gn
oM army acquaintance, and ttv fet
that Colonel Noble was a lawyw of
prominence living on the fsr bank of
Mississippi and entitled to noftsvrltnt
trofi In the dewmed for a Westers man
for the Interior IXiMtrtment.
Colonel Noble's acceptance ts
prompt, although It was said ft St.
Louis at the time that he bnHtHsd
hard for a week after the matter bed
been settled, from sheer astonishment
fit friends explained to him, hosrovet,
that in rccognirlng him the President
had shown a disposition to bury the
hatchet with the Oreshnm people, and
that In taklns office nmter the clnrnm
stances he (Noble) would become a most
Important factor In the healths of fac
tlonal pnrty wotinils.
The tmlb was, howover, that (Jen.
Harrison did not know anything at nil
about Noble's affiliation with the Ores
hnm people, otherwise some other
Western lawyer would have drawn the
Interior Department prize. The Pres
ident and Colonel Noble are much alike
in temperament and address, ami there
fore without anything to draw them
closely together, lloth ate cold, and at
times testy, and whatever the explana
tion may be, certain It is thai Colonel
Noble fins rarely even appeared With
the President in public, lie rnrwly
Junkets with hlin, and he Is seldom at
the White House.
GRANT AND THE SOUTH.
Fifty Thousand Dollar liaised by t'on
federate tinlcera for ti Stntiie.
On the night before the unveiling of
the Lee statue, says n dispatch from
Washington In today's New York
JItritht, n score or more of e.vConfed
ernle officers were sitting In the West
moreland Club at ltlclimond. Ono of
them, now a resident of New York
city, spoko of the resolution offered by
Hcprescntntlve Flower asking Congress
to give sr.(),000 toward building the
monument Hint Now York city prom
ised to ctcct to General Grant.
Tho speaker did not approve of the
resolution, hut said that if New York
has not raled Hie money for the mon
ument bofore Hie 1st of September he
Intended to start a subscription of
Southern men and Lend It with $'iO,000
ibr the purpose of orectlng the inontt
ment. There Was n momentary silence,
when a leading exolllcer rose mid said
"I nartc to Htlil i?5,000 to your subscttp
tlon. ' Then, In (julck succession,
others rose imd pletlgeil various sums,
until within a few minutes foU.fMO had
been thus rnicd.
TO WARN OF SHOAL WATER.
The litcenlont Contrltniirn ,Kntmt
(letllnc Too Nenr the .lliore.
ttem tht A'sie J"rl Star,
The seafaring innn who was brought
up to sound for tho depth of wutur by
means of the lead and line found In the
compact sounding machine invented hy
SlrWIlllam Thompson something that
struck him at oucc as being almost per
fection and as filling n most pressing
antl long-felt want. Ily its use the
work that required almost nil of tho
men of the wntch on deck to accom
plish is done by three men, nud a
still greater advantage Is to bo found
In thu fact that It la no longer nocoa
sary to stop a vessel's headway until an
"up and down" cast Is had and tho line
pulled In a greater portfon of tho tils
tance run out. To be sure, the twenty
knot ships do sometimes slow down to
sixteen knots In order to lessen the
danger to those who manage the ma
chine, the wheel of which illea around
with such velocity that should anything
unusual occur there would probably be
a very serious accident.
Accurate antl elliclent as this little
marhlne Is, it does not aiTord a contin
uous indication of depths, and in these
days of high speed the Interval between
two successive casts may bo just the
margin between safety nnd danger. A
new sounding machine Is about to
make lis appearance which has for Its
object not only tbe taking of a single
sounding, but in thick weather and in
uncertain positions the sinker can be
It to a safely limit, according to
locality, and thus become a continuou
sounder, so that the vessel cannot eet
Into shoal water without a warning
being Instantly given.
The sinker U practically a kite Inverted-
It Is made of wood loaded with
metal and is so constructed that varia
tions of speed do not affect the vertical
depths at which It tows. While the
vessel is go-ins: at any rate of speed this
sinker can be let down to a known
depth ami will tow at that depitU till
lb bottom shallows to such limit of
safety, when the sinker, upon striking
the bottom, frees itself ami rise to the
surfste, dwultaneoualy giving a warn
ing uu board the vessel.
The dial plate of the counter oa Uck
is jtraduaicd tn wgiater the vertical
soundtogs aUeined by that sinker eon
currently as the line is pahi out; coa
seqiaMtiy the soumliag i known in
atant'y on board without waiting for thai
slither to he hauled to. thereby aJLowtog
suJUcient tijuf to change the course) and
H008S TtMPBRANGI RJaPQBU
lf a thirsty M. I . wat a drtok of oold toe
He's nut aUead to swig it jsefaaadacnlar;
He sauat hsvse sttme fied wtsn is ajet at a
About teaapersMce Toss Bead is so par-
At tbe bar of toe Mouse rsjatsitrant he can't
Meed eat totok
About wnfcattt a aww moat li)rtkiile.
The M. C. can U bis east b)' the highly
4saW fMMI ateft Wstfk elsftF S W&4HP Ms sV1arsMtaaV-
Bstt totjtowdaMtisi the eyes of the ever-
skfUTIil tilte liAf IM V&W&I& IMliataasatste
1 UidM eidHhat iif tilffd QlUL. Ult 'JAiit
- ---' aP"r emsL r mar iBRB "fa "safssa 9
tjaaaUt lit aa si WsTsitt IT Itft
t toe beer ssSatna hi
bss4t oil tf&siiMl osn StavlL
t tl sSettw Uainfe and tovto-
t'ttoiilHS&QiiiiBt's hsrat hstswahft tasahsriv
He tsltes hie sUnd "fffg thu tsVdosra
faeUtaVUoa uraaka. olae hiaa vtuar
r toe toaafiaeellM it
H iT r hti TftsfciliTrriii wii ht ulTla.r If V
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CLEVELAND TO THE ACTORS.
lu Tells Them They Should lie lnttfr
eStert In Oeoit Oovernment.
I x-PfMet Cleveland, in address
iru ibj hfhfti tmirtveTSiwy wsjw-ir-
of tire Actors" Fired of
A"Hri st Palmer's Theatre, New
rk, yerterrlay afternoon, allnded fo
il pvolnttoD of the strict Presbyterien-
1 1 In Whteh he was reared, which
r. -V rmtde it proper and not a sin for
hi' 1 or sSy othr erntrchman to thlte
an ntcrest Is the dramatic profession.
lie was pleased with the noble chnrl
table wort ibe Actors' Pnmi wits doing
sbd prond to be an roirotry member
of the society. In cotrclrrsron he nd
vfwd (lftors, in rommoti w itft all other
good, thoughtful and ptttfcMte cMxeos,
to fttfce more of a direct Interest In the
cotrtetMHtotu, careful potitft-sl RcHvl
ties hfek alone could gtve fwid gov
ernment to a wmntrv like this.
rtUYATI 10HN ALUS.
The fnMTty Mnn nr tlm Itnnfe In ItH
Private John Allen, the Mississippi
wit, learning that It was the spring
fashion this year, sent a card to his
home organ, the Tupelo Journal, an
nouncing that he would not be a can
didate for re-erection, says Mncfarlaml
in the Philadelphia tewrrf. It was n
very ptetty card, thanking the people
of ids district for their former re elec
tions and for their assurances that he
could lie and would be renominated
again, expressing his warm appreci
ation of their confidence, but explaining
that for personal reasons, which. If
knowu, would commetid themselves to
all his constituents, he must withdraw
from their service.
Naturallv enough, the card was no
sooner published than he began to re
ceive protests by mall nnd telegraph
from his astonished and anxious con
stituents, who, never having hod it na
tional character ns a Itepresentntlve In
Congress, did not propose to let him go.
Now, It so happened thai In this par
tletil&f Instance the merry Congressman
was quite serious. He hail scver.il
tempting Invitations to resume tho
practice of law with an assured Income
two or three times as big ns lie gets now,
nnd ho really meant to accept one of
them nnd get out of Hie political whirl
pool. Hut the voice of his district
touched him, antl he went home to
parley with them. Ho has not formally
announced his position since his return,
but I Infer from a little story he tells
that ho has changed his mind.
One of the aspirants for his place In
esse it should lie vncani, n brilliant fel
low named Illlcy. met htm on tho stroets
of Tupelo with: "Look here, Allen, are
you going to run again or notT I took
your enrd to mean what It said, and 1
thought I would be a candidate If you
were really out; but I keep hearing that
you ntc gotnj; back after nil. I'd like
to know about It, because If you arc do
ing back I'll keep out of It" "Well,
now, lllley," said Allen, "I'll toll you l
miant every word of that card. It was
all true then, but since I'vo gotten
down here I rind myself sort of in Ihc
hands of my friends. And I tell you,
IMIcy, there s nothing more daugerotti
In politics than a man In the hsmls of
Allen had no special reputation ns a
wit or orator when he first ran for Con
gress, and so he had a time getting the
nomination, lie stumped the district
with his competitor, a General Tucker,
who opened the campaign With a
rhetorical rhapsody, In which ho al
luded to his war services, nnd particu
larly described a battle in which he
lisd commanded tho Confederate side,
beginning: "Fellow-citizens: I slept
one night In a tent on the mountain
side awaiting the battlo on the mor
row." When he had finished Allen
got up and said: "Friends and fellow
clllzens! It's all true what General
Tucker told you about his sleeping In
his tent that night boforu the lwttlo. I
know all about It, for I was guarding
that tent all night long in the cold and
wet on plokot. And no w I just want to
say to nil of you who were Generals in
the war and slept at nights in your
guarded tenls like Geneiol Tucker, you
vote for him. IJut all you fellows that
guarded the Generals' tents In the wet
and cold like me you vote for Private
it is needless to say that "Private"
Allan was triumphantly elected, and
was "Private" Allen ever niter. Like
most humorists Allen has a face grave
almost to sadness in repose. Coming
up on the train the other day two
strangers scraped an acquaintance with
bjtn. After observing blm with Inter
est for a long time, Allen, notiolng their
serutlny, preserved a wooden expression
all the while until they had gotten him
well into conversation, when suddenly
he smiled. "Hero's your dollar," said
one stranger to the other, banding over
a silver eertlflaate; "you've won." He
smiled. Then they all smiled.
A THIRTY-SECOND STEW.
That is the Time Uoe Kestauront Van
Get It Heady.
tU -V York JUtalU.
Ufdinarlly it takes fifteen to twenty
minutes to make an oyster stow prop
erly, but Yankee genius has invented a
nonirivanee which relegates the hitherto
popular system to the realms of an
I ttnltuttd a caravansary up town yes
terday, which is much patronised by
ladies out on husband impoverbthisg
ex pedis tons, and ordered an oyster stow.
The waiter, to my surprise, returned
wflh it ha about tkree-uuartofs of a
"Here," said I, "I dotVt wasd any
ready Made stow. I wast ease cooked
"This Is eooked to ostler, air," re
piled the garoota, "and I'll gtsanate it
is well aatode, too. You uate it, and if
you dosj't like it I'll have autausr made
to the sum thue Li your preaeaice. "
I Uatod it with JirHdeut lips aed to
credulous mind, but sure eaough it was
a good a stow as I had ever oaten.
Curious to learn how it wasdoatel
inquired of the waiter for toforaaaisQe,
wbw he led nt to thai f soatt 'whsssow
apd told that yottatg tston artisag In the
csvpsetty of lightning cluf what I
I cast make you a stow to thirty six
said tost JSrtBK Mvaria, and
litis is the way Ids? it:"
Su tnyhag he tensed a act screw, which
aatetJR sizzbsg through a tube hi a
.tob yau: mm uter a "r niato.
tjwrai he jTiQtfimd 1 doastet oretots, whjgp
hat pthesai in tht now hot nUto with thai
haafiat. After a few SsatlsasSSl is sisBsatod
the oyster juice, wtdadt had hayem to
bas)i lsindtevily c hjetog larx'twiii that
ttwfr pla.it. act he pouted a little
ftv ujui after wajd a antoil taWce of
tMstter. Into the plate, ani presto? the
it had taken a uitte over half a
'Ye havt m avcrajje of SOU neoata
her daring that entire dear," sid to,
tktf, m he juggtod with toiosnii-
, a giaaa os tmasr e oass w
mice, and Uaa of aheas or
MsMbB hut rotate etoa ItuU
Jjfjm a faat a JsVW could m
wih these two atoisto idstos. W
a. umm anvecuijn. ansi 1 srasrs bssbbbv
m usosw as,i awes as
hM easlBt bm. adaiiiiEna. aSV1
I r SUMS IsMtthaV ate la s
sttaje Of ekebk ditstive tqj&uuv-i.
WANTS OF THE CITY,
ArtillttnriM Kttnrattennl facltttlSS Be
slrcrt by the Committee of tOo.
A meeting of the ( ltl-ns' Ilefen'
thUve CoWmTtbwj of rnc IlTfhdrfl W
rwW at itM Onwnl Army Hall last lrtgnt,
sixtetb mmbW being present.
Mr. DcTAd Introduced a respjntiori
BTOvMllit for two rovnplpTe addWrnml
High Pcboola, me on Capitol Hill n&
theolhet hi tit convenient to George
town. Jlr. TleliAtid spoke of the over
crfrwdtng of th ptwent High flBrvovd,
and the Insbilily of one principal to
contltjl so for ab Institution.
iir. iitwge didn't object to the pro
prI bjll, mtt h thought it was im
possible to secure both new schools at
tltt? snwre time.
Dr. Alren srsrke vigorously ngsifrst
the presetit irvsrevn 0f school expend!
hires, and sd vised that greater economy
be need. 31v teachers, he saM, were
drawing fall rosy for a half day's work,
and some were too Incompetent to pre
serve proper order In their school.
Mr. DeLand thnuaht that Dr. Allen
mt have been imposed upon by sone
body, and said that the spittoon cleaners
of the Treasury received more pay than
tht) Irfitin teachers of the High Schools.
Dr. Taylor nnd Secretory Weller
advorated a school of technology, ami
a resolution was unanimously adopted
Asking Congress for enough primary
schools to accommodate nu schoisrs,
and one additional High School ami a
school of technology.
(In motion of Mr. Defend a copy Of
the resolution was ordered to be sent to
the District Commissioners nnd sjftoh
member of the Senate and Hmtse Dis
Mr. Weller then Introduced the fol
lowing resolution, which he regarded
as of great Importance:
HttthrvL That, In the opinion of tbe
Citizens' Representative Committee of One
Hundred, the. Commissioners of the Dis
trict of Columbia shonltl liave entire con
trol of street rallroatl companies within
this District, ami should have exclusive
!ewer to Me till and grant clidrlers 1o sdflh
cor porn t lotn, ami that tlte Interests of the
community would be well pianled should
the United States Congree, lu their
wisdom, enact soeh legislation as would
convey such necessary authority to the
llonril of Commissioners.
The remainder of the business, on ac
count of Hit; lateness of the hour, was
laid over until the nnxt meeting, and the
Smlilpii Ilcittli or Dr. Nnylor.
Dr. William L. Naylor, a woll-known
practitioner In Washington, died very
suddenly yesterday afternoon at the
home of his brother, C. K. Naylor, 110
K street northwest. He had been com
plaining for some days, but had made
arrangements to leave tho city yesterday
for a short visit in the country. He did
not respond to btenkfast call, nnd upon
entering his room he wns found In n
dying condition, and the Immediate at
tention given by physicians wns nf no
avail. The deceased wns a son of
James G. Naylor. He received his edu
cation at Georgetown College, and
afterwards graduated In medicine at
Johns Hopkins I'nlversltv. He stood
high in the profession and had nn ex
Opcnlnc Its New Club 1 1 oil no.
A thousand Invitations have been
Issued for the opening at 4 o'clock this
afternoon of the new house of the Ana
lostan Heat Club. The reception will
be held from i p. m. to 10 p. in. The
now barge will bu christened at 7 o'clock
by Miss Page, daughter of Mr. Harvey
Page, Ibe architect of tho building.
The tleet of the club will be decorated
with Innterns nnd will move In lino Up
and down tbe river. Music and danc
ing will follow. For the accommoda
tion of guests Hurdles will run to the
A I'leasant Ileeeptlon,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry V. Hlount gave
a reception last night In honor of
Stale Treasurer Lemeke and Mrs.
Lemekc of Indiana at their man
sion on University Place. The
porches were decorated with Chinese
lanterns. Among those present were
Mrs. McKee, Madame Itomero, Repre
sentative and Mrs. Iiutterworth. Mr.
and Mrs. Hal ford,. Mrs. Randolph Kelm.
Mr. and Mrs. Nordhofl, Colonel and
Mrs. 31. M. Parker, General and Mrs.
Itaimi, Mr. Bpofford, Mr. and Mrs.
Cool'dge and others.
A Will Set Aside.
In the Circuit Court yesterday after,
noon, in the suit involving tbe validity
of the will of the late Elizabeth Drool,
who died In June, ISbO, at the age of
60, She left two wills, one naming 0.
C, Black as executor, and the other
Levin SI, Sanders. It was held that
tbe paper first named had been made
under influence, The jury found that
no undue influence had been exereisod,
but that the testatrix was. Incompetent
at the time to execute the will.
Ilaok Clerks on a Hullilay,
Yesterday was a jolly day for the
Washington bank clerks, it being the
occasion of their annual excursion to
Marshall Hall. Several hundred of
them participated, and tbe trip was oh
livenetl by music by tbe Marine IWtod.
Three hours were spent very pleasantly
at the Hall, and tbe exeurston was po
tuiuseed by all a atoaneial as well as a
The (treat Falls lee Cutupauy.
Tbe lit eat FalU k. Company, to its aw
building, StM Pennsylvania avensie, b nre
pesed to famish ice la all parts of the city,
Wludiiur Mount Pleasant. Its wacasss,
wkiefc can ba easily iHsthagussbail irosu
othsfs by tbeir whit eeeor, are est the
streets early and 11). Tbe ice inmlilml
by this enuMj' is of a auMtrtor u uaiisy,
sil the price are equally a tow as that of
anv other eotnpany. Kennebec tee is sou
ei-luaively by tbeiav
Takeu btau la the .Ytet.
YeateisUy aJtesssaaw a fotoeed nsaai
uauied John Lyna ww tiheai with
cosivuliiosw o the corner of JUevetstk
ad Y stresia. A report which hjad
gained circulailon to Uto effect that that
fflMM Jlflett aWeM lletlflBsJ ftUlJeeaasBflBal ft (ssarWaai
to ifc inUw. 11 ws tMMskil by Ik-
oat K atrt, betwesto Fourth asul FUtk
The Ureal BenrZ Caathtoj Sale ht
scttoig bigh-ried dealers wlhC Whato
the raw-war la gotog on It wtV paw yeaj to
call. Bankrupt sale, 3n Jeeves stoset
5fHyfftstt riOlnV tot tjBaf iyMbw-it
Jk KEAAlAat lUt " " !""
"BPSrssa T asapassWIsF
Mtf ittH CNystaEMas GOIbUMbII, )HbI ImMMs sftJE
'folatl'rB Ofil SaBfalaMf flighl IMA &8 ft
ub at tfc ltoccsia r
whese he will he held m
the result of ToloVa tRlusiaW.
thjMOrw BOW hi tut
proa)iBtcsf hy leBtoufif, tw hoilh vtsts hi
W as act torn ftoshing rt Sfeeate m
r, eeauae tots at a laesanssa awaus-
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A LOVffi OF NATURE.
A Writer TVlidt Speelhtty Is Stories of
From tht Tepd&l CStfaf.
A KfobwiH wr!Wf m5 flew rfftt weed
tove het flrWrnw to BWi(dto
bet pen work. Is Mra. Ollte TTrome
Slfrrer. She has a specialty, and a
rrmVfWe' 0tlt--tlWCfIfHWrl8 ttf Btftllt Wsd
their habits. Prrme of her boon w
"Bird Ways" and "In Xante TlttM.'
It Is not necessary for Mrs. Milter togo
out into ivtwds and HoMs ntwl ctrtttt
try by ways to observe the peto of
which she write. It wns very well fot
Thorhan to live in the tooHs, and Jolin
Brirrbtighs rnny ami does find it crm
venient to hirk about slyly to surprise
the shy inhabitants of tree and nest, but
Mrs. Miner, being woman and,
moreover, a womnn with a family
could not do thaf, so she wisely con
trived tp bring the birds Indoors.
She has a room fitted up exclusively
for her pets, nnd never were Mfds bet
ter cared for, according to all accrmnts
Here she can observe and train ami et
periment. The results of her observa
tions are jotted down In blank book,
of which there is one for each Wnl, in
scribed with Its name. Her articles on
this subject are seen lu all the leading
magazines, though she does not confine
herself to her speciality.
So enthusiastic are thousands ef people
over the benefits derived from Hood's Sarsa
parllln thai they oan hardlr Ami Wonts to ex
press their conNenee In and irratttttde for
this medtetne. "Worth Its weight In roM"
Is a favorite expression of these warm
lf ran are in need of n anod medicine to
pnrifrrenr blood, build up losif itrenjith,
enre ilrrFkt or ereateon appetite try
"f am happy to say that Hood's Sarsepartlla
ehtlfely cured me of catarrh, with whlsh I
bad been troubled many years, I nm never
without thM mcdlelBO, as I think It Is worth
Its weight In Rold."-MH. O. II. Uibr, 101
Eltthth street n. w., Washington, D. C.
"Onto tried, Hood's Sarsaparlita Always re
mains a friend In tho household. It Is staple
as wheat and awd as Ro!d."-nKt!
Tonn, Ithaca, N.Y,
Sold by nil dniEstsis. ;t: six for St. I'ro
pared only by CI. HOOD A.CO., IwolI.MaM.
100 Ilosei One Dolliir
Executors or others having either libraries
or small collections of bools to dispose of
are Invited to address the undersigned, who
are at all times ready to purchase the same
on liberal terms, antl for Immediate pay
ment. The delay, annoyance antt uncertainty
of auction sales Is thereby avoided.
W. II. LOWDHHMILK CO..
Jttlltn 111 nnd lies K st.
WOODWAItU A LOTH HOP.
Corner lltb ami Fsts. n. w.
PLAIN AND PANUYWOOD FOLDISO
We are sbswlBsr an excellent variety of
Plata and raaey Wood PMlnsSerea,wbieb
we will sell plain er will motmt paaals to
order of any material desired. Plain Seresns,
StO, St, JS.SS, II. SI.SS to $18.78.
A very suitable material for mounting
tereeas for the semmer Is tbe Imitation 911k,
which we are offering at only ITe per yard.
We have Just pat on sale a number of new
and attractive patterns and aoferiags, It Is
Wltbent axeet!e Ike nearest appreasb to
real CUB Stlk, both hi eeter aad dwla,tBat
we nave ever effereu, Oaly ife er yard,
It weoht take a wbaae tape 9 The Otttto to
aMBmaeale eatr 11 task of Yankee ttesteas, We
wtH, hewever, rannrhas a few acaas4 Beam;
Q u Ca Qsja 4bB tau iatd saaasl
Cwtva Bests hi white, hhks aast asaek. te
ttrtsWil HHf BaiSa, tos aad tee easaa.
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L Et TilTirs nt S-n Satnrday Matin-0
rosrnvKt.Y last wbbk of the
LflMONT OPERA COMPANY
et week the Steattissitro 9noce,
seats on sale to-tlietro;
Tf W&gm lWrw AiHTfWWK TRKA
IV tkL tlth St., swsrtk of wmis, ave.
CWJI.Btt SOUB IS WA8rttSiTOJI.
Grand Combination of bellies
IS the Greatest of AH Mnsical tntrnm uts
tlsjsjajstee it perroenis Siy retts!'"
from a waits or a halted tn an
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