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jttv jiutA MtmsanW assmj Jt,wts.an
ttt4otet tMW m1 mwttetwrbt
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IhsaWtWh l called Of MM
miMHI IM NOW
Wlit to It that tfettftti Hntmwi
f ib limits bit gVrtlm' ww
I tan Swufr'' l B mint'
tea tKUiiit rend to place, the negro
1 IKr In the Southern States, but
1 vtr tabes a step calculated to raise
m hi the social Kitle at home? Verily,
e tea) ot tbcte propagandist It a
aagery-trantfiarent thing -to mnok
that tha negroes themselves are bt
nBlng tn see through It.
There It rurfong eolnnblence Id lu
nt that GiDeral II. V. Itoynton, writ-
g to the Lommmrtuu (iittm from
tblnetcm, ami Mr. Murat Haistead,
ItfBg to tw sump pa pur from Brook-
i. twraid acre m to tha Inadvlsa
lUty of tin. Federal Elections bill de-
ea ay me Honorable Lodge of Mmm-
urcttt. Looking at tbe uueatioa from
fltelv iMfTereBt nolnt nf vlw ml
InlWflg ft hy utterly dissimilar stand.
'. thef Yt meet On Ilia rnmmnn
3'iitid of conviction thnt the measure
nnwtM. untimely end most probably,
ill fall short of becoming a law.
( t room. Mr. HaUread taken the
l tlmeaiai and the subjective view
I bt nature If he wete a painter
r would belong to the fmpretslonist
!. I. Uc ay
here b bowarer. cnunaatiaaalila lota i
atMr.Bwert of Xorth t-amlh, i inak.
1'SSlbBd lO UT. ItWtl Mff.knt Im
Ma speech tbat Ibe MepHblleaM at Xertk
rwam icai m away mpraeaniauve lo tfte
a the of Indiana. Mr, fhvxt mU
" " thlaa fntebm IniUuiklui
i I Bleafor tbe Blair Mncetfcmal blN
aUabXake. Mot lit objection that tbe
BMe(l taw wtmldnotba a MrmiIm
itbera ttepnblieaBi, bat an erobarraw
ist ae4 a bordea. waa lrn. and ooebt to
imiuutiM it 1 nniaallabl. Tbe
B test itf thmt an kmiLmI
iltlTa attaamt ut mIhm tha (Vw.iu.tiu.
,u VBlun mum uiwinwt ilia UU dm-
craiaaiawm, ana io amrry ITMMMMMl
I OeaereMioaal tlvctton b)- sfcl of u. s.
rbal aad taparrlton la MtHhwIppI, Ism
iea aad boatb Orultaa, would amount to
uaaaiac of tbe lata war- Are we pra
rtdfor tbat Tbe OaaMitutloB baabvaa
llMId Mralffbt alalor U(b yaarulo
half of tbe DaaMicratle party, aad yet tbe
I'Ublleau m la power. Tbe Ha-
UeM party auit aot ao aay fartbar thaa
flUbesartaiaad by tbe pabllo Jadiuaat
be eaaatry at larea The cbaaffM aotieM
t ba nade by Manly jrrowlh, aad t by
PMBMd-attoa of radical aacreaii.
leaeral Ooyatoe, oa the other hand,
5lU hiaaelf with eoaadletlBg tu
I ia Ms jHiiety practical aspaeu. The
1 havlajf beau offwd u a party
atiif e, it beeoMas lutpwUnt to aeeer
a wbetaer tbe party ens be harwoa
d ia lu support, awl, it to, whether
can be esacied Into law and nirneai
ly operated ae tueh aftarward. Gob
eriag tbe atatter ia thfe light, be says:
t toaaahllma tieolaiaa of Taryperfeet
pr etcettea taw. Bat a wood auay pne
UHapiibWeaai, aad aoaad party Hatwb
na, tea, have crave danbu wbetbar It
id be ialemd. U eaaeted, saeb da
e an to ytaM aa apeeaetaMe aataaoe of
'aMapiit If at late aay larte dtgraa tm
etleftkte to aieat be wona tbaa nulan.
tie tbe iiraje by wUeb it eaa pau tbe
e aaaa be vary aartow. tbe ebaaee are
t. aaaW tba euadlHao wldek axbd. It
ae aw taai tbe aau will eaaage it ma,
tally before R b) preaaBtad for actio
eeJaVeaJaha ia taa aaaata la tbe way of
sli t eaalta volaauaoa Mil aa tbe uida
aaea,aiihMt the ueMad aad pawtoteat
leeeMlB af Bbe adaarlty wbic-b it la aura to
rnntHr. aaa aeareeiy be owmrtnmiirt.
BUM tape Wlfmilda kbuaJd be aatba
utaaity BBjted ta lavor uf ibe UU. aad da
mtlidva paa H, are abauat 'Tin -fiat
Tae dttVallla arba frtw tbe teat
t debate Bade tbe baaau. raJaa U bbbw
1. Aa4 the fartbar taut tbat rtibalaapoB
tofiieMiaa to ebaase tbaae ruhwwuoUl
a be Be HBtltad woald mke It a dhVeatt,
at aa bf oaaUabj tUmg to abiama tbaeju
very iiaaeiiBiitii of tbe Loda httl
r bbe ataabasai or advaaiaaatutbaaaa
Pal u rail Tba paaau praaaated Utr
le ace oaeai tear. Loom arery oaetaew
ha m awBM be leahaw tlinidra
ieidi la the aaa at lamnmii.. um....
t f- "f"mrlr leVaie la tbeia
-ati tw. aitar aoaw further diaeua-
i of Mk aaiuie, taa General cob-taa-
"Toauaa up. Taa party a u
a aaajaawl hw, butH U aot uataa.
IPaM ha datkult to aad u the
aaf taja aaaw aaoBioitacad. Jote4
hjagnja atefathtaaaaa taaa GeaacaJ
a. tor awaaaa at fweUaaiaV
o af a daalte tor eamce, bat by
m mi toaaaraUe cuvkttoa.
tn pwtotad riggitirMga attach
a mtaraaaai fioaa taaae amuo
4 m auBM;a iftal ia- the
joi Ablna Wilfia dadaBau tba
" V"BBfar ff"aaapaoaw BaaaHBaaaaBBjaBa bbbbbj
i VagaiOr'a gartayBdia Bataaa-
aWpW BbPvV P" ajp"nl WpN
ajaag bmb el taoaaeaaaj
Sa Imbb hie Mittaaatoala
a ha eaMoaaiAaa taa aaat of aV
fiBBfamha bVL BBatuauMi.ni om adaa
aaaaaaaa f aa ajpaHBP-aBBaaBVByy'a flBar BViajiBBjF
Jalaaaiaf taa Ud ataad. wUchia iut
TBFPBBBBF P P B '" ' aapaBBpaae PBBBBWBa aBV dgBBBBB
eg taa dxaaaMaad Uiaile taiBaap,
i Nankaajaat alia, Ma aa awaa
a-- jfVaTP npgaF Pa Wpf pBW
aa aaaaa auaaae ahaa aba flS
PtrM'i if Tnr FpItaI Flwtlon l It
tire 9ew York TViaet itifrennooMj reBna-ks
tfttt Srfaber MCMI "tir to htm let Ma
tart on it paet." c", we oaM
tWnb m ' He bM done rmr. He ha art
ft aor of f Vata erMtaeu " If pwaage,
and ttat, w tieaid ay. i mw larger
rtrr tbaa MB heart. He nMMTn a
fertthb Inteteat In tbe matter ttat ta
imiI "Tfry na tajnoeed from byaverKa,
aad permffe it to r wen tba
be b fcB nMBtt stawt thtRere
gtailca of antMtrttt piinoim. ffpeaft
Ha flo rot waatly go to ti v lenath of at
frWktiriB to eajott ot bum member Into
mfpatttng a Wit, nnleaa rt l-.sppeiw to be
oe !r whfc thtv rbetw a parMeBtart
fttvmt M)Mtntrde. tbitt Is what Reed bM
iefee in a dr.rta or aiortrm. arM, tboaa
failed Rh Vontbern-horn RepaMIca'
H1H twart d Cotewian, the ftet , -
etrortUao Ka mmifleaat of "'
of mlad, get btt heart o It' w"
SateaMaa KoBaat Mcra -' ' g,
taartffretfth to4at, latthr rta
alatettowtb r. He r l11 . ,,,
t)ltala, i wai &"" "
aafefea wae vtfb
Ja thM raJHeaMaBV wan.-, m a.fmlaory
and net became af ivy- tpeafet of iflfcttBMty,
tbe aattTe etrtRa foeta an ofllear ot
dlatlrgatobed and approved ability, Jam!
tbe JTartment a familiar and attractive
A w or antobtographtcal weayg by
a Bnntber of the foremoet men of letters
mt men of science ot tbe the, wae began
In tbe Junannmber of "Tbe Forum" by t lie
eminent Matorlan, Icby. He l followed
la tbe July nnmber hy Protewior John Tjn
dall, who write In a simple and Interest
Ing way an account of hie early stmllei ami
Of tbe InflueMe that shaped his opinions
and his career. Professor Tyndall Iteean
life as a surveyor on a salary that an ap
prentice would now consider wholly Inade
quate, and be tells how he nursed his larger
purpoee and enjored life very greatly In
spite of this disadvantage, the article
carries blm throuah tbe period of his early
manhood and his experiences as a student
under the great scientific masters at tbe
IIbhe amb two adrertlsemeuts from
JKk, described In tbat lively periodical as
hartna; Icen rtcelveil too late for clastifl
WAKA-OAKia. iCAV A CoarABT,
H anno. KrttaL
wavntri All iriurH. inae or
Bnaday-sehiwls and Hanks oiaaa
laiini. Lesson la Mleaea for tbe I
MMsrscneitrtad. (HRcas bond
Jacks of All Trades. Virtue or Vice on Up.
raau hi lowasi
hotutai ahcI mU
on rcmmlokn. Write to ns kt uaaa. W
aMakakkn, Upat & CbmiiaMv,
.For bale Cbeaji
A Larts Pat
Oood tM Mo
San an opportunity Will x Osenr Aeala.
Vi bite Rlenbant Mn
rt Sate Cbeap.
. V. 6. Seaite.
For aaje Cheap.
"BONNIB i.lTTl.B ltOXIBBI." I A HOW
story for very little children bytheever
poudar Mary 1). Brine, aud it Is most at
tractively illustrated by .Mis A. ft. Plytnp
ton. Tbe book, which tells of tbe wander
ing of a little ruua way and bar safe raturn I
ton ib Co. of New Vork, aud iU young
reader vrtU dad but oa fault with it, ami
tbat Is IU brevity.
Yi'baohkb that It would be a blelBK
to tbe whole country If bt. Paul and Mla
poH were to play a tame ofwru-op
tedtrhlewhleh should absorb tbe other
and tben bottls up their Jealousies forever.
"The talht schoolgirl in the world"
live at ItUdnaun, near bkorslng, In the
Tyrol. Sbolsia her lltti yaar, and ia
about bis feet high.
felr Edwin Arnold baa beea offered
$10000 for Ida new poem of 0,000
lines, and if he understand the science
of naaace a appHed ta lite own pocket
book be will uke the luoaey. iVei
Tbe kuH Rtetaber of Napoleon's
"Oraad Army" U bow 1b aa asylum at
Iteggio, Italy. He i aa Italian samed
IJbo, bora la 1T60, and ia probably the
oaly survivor of J eaa aad rikdlaad.
Ouy tie 3IupaeBt, the Preach
aoverUt, i a stout, wail-built ataa of
saauiuHi height, with a fiae bead that
is covered with wavy brows hair. He
bears himself like a soldier aad be has
a bright, agreeable face, with brown
eyas aad a dark eowptesloe.
Lady Veroey. who is now livlag ia
bar old axe near London, was once a
warn friend of Lord Jiyroa, of wbosn
she has many entertaining remJaieeea
eea. tike U a prelty Utile gray haired
lady, and is beat knows to tbe world
prolteMy froan ibe faaut of her noted
sister, Florence XhthtJagale.
Use uf the stuartast lawyers lu Ne
braska hi Mr. Ira K. like of Hayes
City. Saa U oaly a year old. butter
career at taa bar has so far been m
The heart that lias ia Napoleoa
Bonaparte'b body under taa dusua of
Lee Invalided as said to bs that of a
young laaab, the Eaapaaar aanat aav-
vtt ww m..w-vm,j pilHIVU V rti 4 . -
inc aaen eatea oy rau, anir me
atortew eraaianHon of hi
Kif4UBg fsaa but TAlUa.
fum uu -Var ymk Ibasa.
Kvarytbiag is free nut tatda. Goa
tagts at Cat May an frea, advaiia
for Deacon Waaasaatear's bargaia
couatar, Muough tba mails, hi free as
air. every Bepubcfcu fTtimtn in Inn
Bouse regard tbe surplus a a Urn sift
bo hint and hi ruBititiasam f meter
PtBafea Cotandaatooer Banajt ntafca
frta with tba bleak, walk of taa Go
enaaaal laitoutsoa over which ha pre
side, to advertise a lot of quaes banM
fa) teal aauu, in nlea hi hatle pan
ttoa ting aa taluai stock. . Mr WlaSaat
iiftee to peat tnakb of JaM tarougn
hi uuiua hmm ta fmnigMie witht&e
prwaetad titto., whij. u haa aaaaa
tbaje, b datein sldploadi efcsuaoa
aaosriyte uodar th cMoacal fgntaaffe
lhattey aca oaaW -coautt' tola
vk our labor ftaht
Wt&MtY A UQHHIHQ 04W,.
"sWaoj'' w what hb) paadpa aaH,
J Buua to bira a Stale boa.
awwan; -am mm ma cnta.
Hoajtay, b, nOutf' pm
la sMte rt ta cukt bnaaj,
g ban to aasbi taaaatSaataat.
lablJbJrB aMBnBjM ghat gLaOalffe
l"nBamB) apanmy aviwg aflaBjp
The Hit' at A't i a'1
Hid nny ilni' t oxlte! is 1i Ihi
ability and vrrntillty of our oiimmor
opeia tiitcpany miT harr hetm very
tlfcthrnlly dispelled by tnair advntraWe
pttfoTynanr of .tobann Stranv most
creret and amusing lftilr- mirsfc.il
crufteriy lt night AnytMag ftmbcr
removed frottt the line of light ope'
in which vre have bean ccirttomed
to ee them It would be difficult to
rmagitie. And yet It is not ton much t
ay that, despite thi rather exigent dc
tbaad of eonwmpnnineoiM coatttmc d
maatien la rotijunttloti with t "f?
Ihe no , etr- thcti was t,T J""1"
lt of ihc ct 1' jajBTtfl bettcf
(idtimiaire tha- "' anything wharein w
havtp ptayll''T, ttrem.
Tr libretto" hs. a perceptible and
r- .telvsNe If not too mbstanTi.! plot,
a contrasted with (Ira tliw of ab
surdity which I o rvften mnde to serve
as the rir'oa 1 'tfra of a comic opera.
The situation. -e French If lha name
l Oerranfi. though. Indeed, a the
sonrevrhat demoralised rfr(!ift7wr",
one hy one put In an appearance at the
feglnBloe of the last act, there ran be
little dmibt that, If not "Der Fledef
nans," at least in English equivalent,
"The Bat" Is an entirely appropriate
title for the production. The dltlorfite
i st bright as the Incidents are amus
ing, andthe music is the brightest and
best Of all.
In a work of this character It shonld
not be surprising if a first night's per.
formance were htre and there a trifle
tatged In consequence, perhaps, of in
derittate rehearsals. lint the general
result was grntlfylngly artistic ami
highly creditable to all the partici
pant. Mls Lamont looked ami sang
as charmingly as usual. Alias Itaker
made n very imposing young nobleman
ami received a merited encore for her
clever rendition of the very cleverly
scored song In the second net, and Jlr.
"Wilton fouml at least one niimlwr in
which bis strong ami melodious
barltono was heard to tho best
advantage. As for Mr. De Lango and
JIIss Ilanlcy, they very successfully
demonstrated what we have never
doubted, their capacity for work of ft
higher order than mere burlesque and
extravagance. The Von Mtntin of
the former was n genuine comedy crea
lion of no lltllp merit, aDd tbe .duVte of
Mies Hanley, as competent a little sing
Ingsoubrelteas It Is reasonable to de
mand. Tho cast was greallv strength
cmd by the appearance of "Mr Hern
don Jforsull and iilr. Joseph Herbert
as the "music teachor" nnd the "prison
director" of tbe comedy.
Mr. Jlorsell was greeted 0n bis ad
vance to tbe footlights with rounds or
applause and a huge Templar cross of
flowers, In evidence of the esteem In
which this popular young singer Is held
In bis native city. HI voice" ha lost
none oi its sweetness, while It has seem
Ingly gained breadth and power In
bis retirement from the operatic boards,
and It was as much of a pleasure a of
a novtliy to once more hear n legitimate
tenor In the lines of light opera.
Mr Herbert's llirr Dirttlor wa
gran ful and iay hit of comedy, a the
FnmeA and Mind of Messrs. Clark aud
Iltcdtrlck were amusing ch trader
studies. The chorus sang admirably,
and the kiss and dance choral at tho Annie
if act tecoud was given with electric
tlTect. Altogether our tummar opera
blettlng very decidedly brighten as they
take their flight, and we shall with them
a they scatter to the seashore or the
mountain a hearty God speed and a
Tlie Omnipotence of tlisftpolls System,
Watltr .V. JrH4 in U July ftrnm.
From the second election of Jackson,
in ism, down to tbe present time, tbe
doctrine tbat "oubllc ottlca la a rwrtu
nrtsV ha been the controlling factor
in ma aumintttration ot tbe National
Government. The limited and imper-fectly-exeouted
civil service act, so far
as its riTeet on the great body of the
common people is concerned, constitutes
no exception. Kvery boy of fifteen who
hurrahed becaute his father voted fur
Jackson In ISttt, hail, ir alive at the elec
tion in 18b6, passed tbe age of three
teore and ten. Kvery voter who cast a
ballot In 1832 awl lived to cast one In
1666 wa then 77 or more years old,
Even among this little band of aged men
the administration of government upon
any other plan was but a dim remin
iscence of boyhood. Practically tbev
were in the same condition as thefr
younger fellow citizens. The people of
the Lnlted State, tben, have no practi
cal knowledge ot any other method of
administering government. The spoils
system Is like one of those custom
which tbe common law declares exjulva
lent to a statute, "a custom so olu that
tbe memory of man runneth not to the
contrary." It is a part of tbe unwritten
law, an unexpressed but understood pro
vision of tbe Constitution. It is inter
woven with all their modes of political
thought; it Intermingles with all their
motives of political action.
Clams In l'hlladelpblu.
ynm Uu nUailttpMa Cult.
There are too nutay "elams" In this
city, too many man who are always oa
head to oppose aaythlag that savor of
ptostrees, aad Ihe worst of it I their
opposition counts for sonethlsg. Rapid
traaait would go a great way toward
fllliag the vacant bouse in the outlying
"w.ww. iwiwwm inmiMH, iw in-
staaea, is aaoded aad has bean aaadad
for year. Want of sehool aeaoanada
tion U another reason why PfcUadel
pfcia has not grown ia population a
fast as sac ha increased the number of
bar building. Other seasons why Phil
adelpsia ha increased only 32.8 par
cent during Us paat tan years could ha
given, bat It is aaakae to repeat tavern
now. We are not keeping up with the
prof f salon that is about ike shw of It
LfmmoMiU jr. Jf. barhir tn UuJuiy Tutom.
So 1 ar perfection ha not baea reach!
with, any of taa isankeaaw powder.
They do not keep wail, and ha a Itav
dssaay to abae inniatnn, the reauh
being a chaaae in Use rata of bwraina
aad consequent Bsaaauaa ia uae gun. In
tba otWM af expinvsning, nowawar.
aaaVsVptM IBattlbt aaa being OssaassBcL
Ia Franca a ntwajw fat aaaafl atnt aaa
bean dsatoeic4 waJdt behave In
actly taa aaamaar front osoMnary
rite poeuier, tan ptmtnre hdng graatnr
at Uw tauaaui of uae rate Oban at taa
Uaac-h, and vdochne of over I.)
Jaai par second have baaa obtained vrtU
nam 14 numitkhia Jketml.
it t to ha hfsaaj tht Bacaatary BJiiaa,
bob that ha haUuaiaa!sVipi)aeyo
Free Trad, will aot narrow hi stataa-.
nunehlp to Utc boutbarn nsgiso of tbi
hawUphfra. Let Ujau extend hi vision
tcAnrtralaa Met to tbe near region that
"g"TITgT'Tjrigs1U("-'" ""' - The
atjtet any tlw injt Md of u;uiu
nareBt btb tumsi Is, XaAaLWx la lam
nar saaay cnildiea of Euxopeaa
ebMcaat wlB have baa bora in Equ
ladal Africa, and wkaia a mjariou
1st fattilc plaie U1 be LovereU aid
Msoafatous iAcopcaB tetUesueau No
tnaa. ia the uui for tuia ujoduj t pn.
PMlnnvaji: In me ioujuiti. of Uiat
iWjpW A. accitUiy ksjj,
aBBt ai! m Jma iaaTaw er
A S,l E N'GEIY
Some txlrni'i 1 rom the -Century's
Ttew Anonymons Novel.
The Arlomnni s, nn anonymous
novtl begun in tl June 'Centnry,
"hits ot" forrr r!rgr f WrtH taft)
the iMtropoll Ihc rll'frrsaf tit
tracts from thr vlvanrr shfet f Hi
Tuly number arrve to show tint Mta
orw vein in which the my is Written
though they gitv little Indloatlrt Af Oil
Intimate knoitJedge of New Tori t.
rlety which the author evMwstly pc
"Oh, hat tt's a long ttjjra jl Jgji
Crarfcaotr practleed," Tbtefpoaon asHk
Floyd Cdttts, hastily. "Ton KtajBti
think he practice. He baa a fM
pendent fotlnfte, and Is one of oar no!
popwlar men in torfety."
"1'Ttj another story fat yon. lily
Melrose," said the object af ttratr re
marks, coming up at this Inrateatrng
Juncture. "Heard It Just now la thi
Millard room, and honked It for frid
beneflt. The place waa well, say K1
Gulch. Oregon Hie seem, a banging.
Wed Gnlrb. yen know, was a brand
new 'city,' in the hands of an eas
prising land company, consisting, I
point of fact, of a store and twntMmset.
near whlrh the gallows has been
placed. From far and near people hat
epms to enjoy the esereites of lha int.
Ito such gathering, in style ami num
bers, had been seen or was likely lo t
seen. At the moment when the cretgf.
HMn hail said his prayer, tlw em
demneil man had stepped urmti the
imp, and the sheriff had adjusted tba
noo , a thin, excited man In a limn
duster, his hat In hand, full of papers
dashed up the steps nt the gnllowi,
and with a profound bow Mldreseeil tbt
"'If the centleman nowoeenpytoi
the platform will give way for sm mo
ment,' he remarked, then, turning ts
Ihe crowd, 'Ladies and gentlemen hi
went on, 'I call your attention to tbi
fact tbat the Ited Gulch Land Improvt
rnent Compnny has still for sale a nitir
bcrof valuable corner lots, which H
those buying now will be sold by me
prices within the reach of all'
"9o much he had said Ira fore hi
could be stoppedj and having accont
pllshed his purpose, cordially thanklnf
and saluting the .Sheriff and the con
demned, tbe tutrtuler stepped down not"
the 'gentleman occupying the platfom'
stepped 'out "
'Horrible!' cried Mrs Floyd Ctirtli
"Fancy, now," said her ladyship.
"It's a fact, ' remarked Clnrksoa.
beamingly. "Another T Well"
and the obliging doctor repeats nnotha
of the same sori. at the conclusion o'
which her ladyship says, "Fancy
Lady Melrose herself Is very nmuiinr,
unconsciously so, of course. Here !
an extract from a letter to her sen. a
Impecunious English nobleman.
"The most tleanwllnr nxhtlilllnn id
tbe general prevalence of this vice (In
loxlcatlon) anions tun lower classes
came to my personal experience a few
dajsslrej, and If you meet dear L-ly
Jane I hope you won't forget to men
lion It toher.
"We'd been, Tlmpktn and I, to see
the asylum for lunatics, and some re
foin stories and o on, upon an Island
near New York, and coming back the
boat lauded u at a wharf where then
were no caba to be had. So we to ik a
little tram car, Intending to go to the
hotel; ami n moat filthy place It wm
with market people ami laborer
squeezed up to me, and such a smell '
1 thought I would jut Improve the op
portunity to distribute leaflet, and to
ay a word or two a we went along.
While I was getting to my bag the
driver of tho tram bogan to ring a little
gong, ami I observed tbat everybody's
eye were fixed on me. A woman next
to me explained (very rudely) that wa
...i.(iiiin 4u uttp our art) Tlrfe) 3
Ikx fastened sear tbe door beld the
driver. Then I fouml my puree wai
gone; luckily enough I'd but a few
shillings In ft, for I've not heard ot it
since. Hy that time the car had stopped
and tbe driver put hi head Id, and I
was In a pretty pickle.
" 'Have you no money, Thnklut?' I
asked, ami when the said, 'No, my
Lady, not a penny, please your Lady
ship,' there was the rudest laugh. It
wa evident they wr all intoj:kuUd
tttry on. One man said we were rum
Salvation gal, and the brute of a driver
aid he'd seen my kind of a ladyship
try to make a ride before."
This bit of description by Tommy
llantlng, "tbe son and heir of a late
eminent haberdasher," is perhaps the
beet of all. since it I not onlv amuslnr
but carries with It a weighty moral a
"If you'll stay over ia New York
until election time," says Mr. Banting,
"I rather thlnkyou'U Had a reason why
the high patriotic business abo.U
played out. Just go down to Castle
Garden and study Ibe kind of citizen
we're acquiring every day to help form
our thought. Drop in at one of our
eeurU and see our manufactory ot
voters at work. Tbe other day I bap
peaed to be there when the judge wa
examining a sealy lot of organ griadar
a Ed 1uUl -'ovious to Baluratfziug
Hum. The first fellow he had up wa aa
Italian, all garlic aad ear ring, aad the
at st question asked wa, 'What sort of a
Goveraateat is lb hr 'Gaorga Waba,
Geofga Wash.' the fellow answered,
like a parrot. But the judge pressed tha
question, and on being prouiptad in tbe
rear the wan rallied up with. ''. i,
rtpbluuHtt.' Who naae the law?'
was the next quaation, aad auda tha
answer wa 'Oeorga Waaha. ' Bat after
teaaa led coaching irignor QaribaliM in
forcaad tha court that 'da bW snake
the law, and was than admitted to be
aa af u-aa Amaricaa eitiaan."
Tba tapar Fuuutui at a NaMNiuatwr
Aaa UtmU ta Uu J-ii Jwsa
In its tinbttiea ta ha evetythiwg and
to haw every thing, the newapantv ha
trtvekd 'far beyond its lagiticaate
biMUtd. Tha covoDlalat of tha usaga
jdnca indtfafa tba outgrowth on ana
ataa of thoae bouadsx the uioe nirland
protest of an iavndad prtvacy poiat to
anvothar ovetfow, and bstretiag of Un
lu era hiarl front in othar iflrartlfiaii.
Tha orijcbaal f uatio of a daily new.
panw appear to have bean forgoctea.
Keen competiiion anaocut 'brinat-lvw
ha tealry brought newspaper peopl
ta a feveriab anxiety in which every
thing wtthia reach ntuat be their.
Everything prtntabie la pftattod. JToth
tag b a naUiaua it cannot h stooped
bs; nothing toe laatote and atatrua for
Tb fea eJ Tauaf.
ynmt it Mm Yur ut.
Quay' convttton in Peanayrvaaia
nAakca clasa Jub of it. The Uatory
of Aaaarican pofttho fundase no
paiailel tor thja pariotntanri the abao
late coaiiai of a gagat pnrty ia out- of
tha chief Biases of the I'aioa by thief
Who UtamBjf compels tbat purtv to iu
dorse UtB as a patriot aud lUithamu
A fratuiuut oa 3ituU.-acy
rtiM. uu m imi upuu
I'sdnc tha Dependant Pension bill
icry vsaaB who fl so litde like an
iuttnainM ad self aupportiag Aiuart
ij tdd aacati wtui huuattf Uito pau
niisBj waU ha .uii cuu.W i. u
coaaa a tatntint iu. uu.r of ana
tafy. HafcaaaW L.ciiiJUcda utfte
MR, JOTir.r -.-
i iirt MttUrrn
lha etfgr Oiiiiglnallwiiid d8tftel atltas
of 90,000 or ttrWMd ami otntntlas, un
der one or th other yon eettrtl, at
course, gst the whole Albany distrlot In
clmled.,7 PATTIBOX THE MAN.
TMB acNAJtTON CtrnMHtTION WILLS tMK
HIM FOR OOVBMCOn.
I'ltiutbitrittA, July 1. Today's
Jfrcorrl snyg. "That the nomination of
Robert 15. Intttson for Governor by the
Scranlon Convention tsa consummation
very near the hearts of the masses of
Ihe Democrats of Pennsylvania is Illus
trated anew by the fact thai tho Mont
gomery and Huntingdon delegations (In
deference to the trong desire of their
people) are expected to dotert Mr. Wal
lace for the ex Governor.
"The Jefferson County delegates,
chotcn yesterday, are instructed for
Paltlson, and tho latest advices from
Scrsntmi warrant tbe belief that Patti
son will be nominated."
Senator Vnnco'a Views.
Senator 7.. II, Vance of North Caro
lina, at the request of Colonel L. L.
Polk, president of the National Farmers'
Alliance, has addressed n lottor to Kline
Cnrr, president of the Farmers' Alliance
of North Carolina. Senator Vance says,
that while ho is not opposed to tbe pur
poses of tbe measure, as introduced iu
the sub-treasury bill, he cannot support
the bill In Its present shnpo. The pur
poses are thoae he ha advocated for ten
yean, and tl Is "a shameful truth." he
sayr, that lu tbe enormous growth ot
the wealth of tho country In the lust
twenty years the farmers have not pro
portionately participated Foranuirter
of a century the legislation of theiMtin
try, he savs, lm been notoriously In Hut
Interest of certain combination of cnpl
tal. The manufacturer have ieen pr i
tcctcd by enormous duties upon foreign
Imports, and Ihe currency ha been sys
tematically contracted by the with
drawal ot clrculatlou and the demone
tisation of sliver In tho Interest of the
banker, brokers, bondholders, and all
the creditor nlaa. The enormous wealth
of the country ha been concentrated In
the hands of a few, while mortgage
have been the chief acquisition of the
uvimsiii Aim u Aiilllau,
Governor Hill of New York, accom
panied by Secretary of State lllce,
Comptroller Womple, General Daniel
Slcklu. T. A. McCnll and Ford. P.
Karle of New York, It. 11. Soper of Kl
mlra and Kit L. Judson ot Albany, ar
rived at Indianapolis yesterday In the
Kiidtt of a severo thumfer-storm. They
were met by four member of the local
committee and escorted to the Hate
House. After crostiog the Indiana line
people were discovered gathered at
every station, and who cheered a the
train went by. At Union City a Wr
crowd uselessly called for a speech, and
at Anderson n thousand people bad as
sembled. The Governor made a tew
remarks at this station and wa enthu
siastically cheered. The demonstration
today, at Indianapolis, in honor ot the
invent oi uovaraor iiiu was the great,
est ever known ia the. history of the
Tba 1'lKlit In Georgia,
Another sensational turn in the gov
ernorship race in Georgia occurred yes
terday at Atlanta. After the alliance
President Livingstone withdrew in favor
of W. J. Northen, a prominent Alllaaee
msn. Colonel Tom Hardeman of Ma
nia came out aa a candidate, with "obi
time Democracy" as his platform.
Northen challenged blm to a joint dU
cuasloa over the State, aad committee
were named to arrange for the battle
royal. Hardeman auuseouentiv pra
senicd a physician's earlineata stating
that he ia physically unable to make a
joint canvas, aad that ha U ia danger
of death from heart tiiseaa This i
regarded a in reality as withdrawing
HaHiemaa from tha campaign. Northen
with. HnHlenmn la wonld carry aaare
than 100 counties out of 137.
Tbe Feeling la Soulb OaroliBU.
Petitiee in laeasth Capattaa ae at
faer neat, and Use igkl i grawiag
mofaaad more bitter a tha campaign
progreatas Tha third weak of the
campaign closed laat Friday with a
meeting at which Senator Hampton.
who was the by invitation of tkeStaist
Democratic Executive Cotntnittae. was
howled down by lha TUImaatta. It W
claimed by the TVnwcrau that tha in
sult to Hampton at Aiken wa a part of
the prograatma. It is Impnagjhl to say
now whan the figbl will and. It i alto
gether tha queer! pnrtttrwl ftght that
la ever occurred in tnaPaimsetoSaata.
Xaay man swear that shay wit satl out
tnair poaalons and laana taa Stasa if
Tillman is elected.
Mate CluUcmita KHjaaH.
Mr. J Taylor Uycon, tmm ot tba
httgtitssst young poaWeal lander Is tint
MBM of Virginia, "i Tiwletdar
at Bh-hmond, a rhsirman of Inn
ocialk State CoanmH,tai. vka Hon.
Baail B Gordon, who redgjual om
waaks ago on accouut of 11 bnajta.
Uf. Wyon was tJaoeea with tha uadar
itSBettBg thnt he k lo haw a sis a
igi waaa.' vtiaa, whae ha wtil
apand in Europe, but batata hi b
partme, a aiithtaiaaa hy tha naah Onsa
insttec, ha a ill inynjal a rfiwrtrr
caairiuAu, van wiU call thai Wnur to
gethti hcakj Bnrwslay for sac a
i oiijibj atlaa aiArtajt hJb aanaafia-
Aakforand u;9 iwoiajiUV;kVitt
furtuet Varna. t.buta Kaar-rguu mkU ft4
it !) tood
X aw taa bu lb t'aHssBSStV
Jmti lA. i kilutmtxiJuu
VjMgtswbJb l oAord Wj$,
tasaw NsmM a unuuel
FElEIVD THEIR MWARD.
Stholars Vtho Obtslnto Preri..n
A' W n, W, it ',
-, l ! riV 4 V 5
-tf, !at. i i--f ,
!itw- . 'r r
i. V-rfJi'- '
....ojiws. itrwaat OBtaiofa,
Fbnr ritret, Oeem MmHa, nettle
Soutnay, .Mary I)onnova Flora Mnl, Nel
lie Wales, Viola Heasen.Mary Johnson,
Collins, Nellie !nlllvn, Susie Mctjaade,
Carrie Hamilton, Or see Custard Kilt
KeBgt, Ilsltle Sotithe-, Mattle Tuiant,
Katie Whelan, Grace Trainer, Nellleuates,
Anme -MHrraj, Katie llamiitoa, Bpiiy
Knott, Itoea Murray, Katie MnrUgh. Anale
Kirov, Blanch Crown, I.nln llranrell, Miry
iianitm, um .uunii, .visno opeiims,
Helen H inter, Agnes O. Doneeluie, Illrdlt
McKlnley, Wary Hnrnedy, ilollle Clark,
Agnes .Msgnltler, Alice llrennan.
ilary KerUkn. Mary Hart, Katie Haraedy,
(trace llrotbaban, Katie llanilU-a A.
Cnglebart, llecsie Keugla, Itlic-KTylas,
F.tliel l'yles, Mamie O'Donogliue, Rosa
Murray, Ucrtle Whetmore, Alice Rvans,
Nellie Uugau, DertruJe Harper, llartie
Harper, llatln Harnedy, Elite ltarnedy,
Alice Spellman. Helen Huster, Mary 8
latli). little M. Neittey. Sug-Io .Murray,
.lanle SbnslTer, Lureo Harper, Mattlo
Sttirgls. Marie Crouch. Cattle Sebastian,
Susie tlrusnahan, Katie Ctowley, Loulte
Llptcoml". Lttcy Krans, Nelllo Crowley,
Katie Donnovati, I.lly Voung, Mamie
O'Uonogbiic, Mary Locbar, DUnchs
Crown, iallle Knott, F.lllo Harnedy, Illrdle
McKlnley. Nellie Sullivan, (Iraoe
Dames, Marv Hnnlnn, Nellie Dtiean,
Nelllo Sullivan, Illrdle McKlnley, Flora
Wells, Mary Tocher, Fanny Parrot. Alice
llrennan, draco Custard. Klla Keugla,
Mary Harnedy, Mary llanlan, Allee Itren
nan. Mnrlc fnelfraan. Carrlo Muntz.
Medals to Molfie Clark, lllanch Crown,
Katie Haruedr, Mary Johnson, Mary Hart.
Crowns to Mollle Clark, Ilessle Kengla,
Carrie Muntr, Ucrtle Harper, Mary Hanlon,
llota Murray. Alice Kuans, Ktliel l'yles,
Kota Drown, Marie Hsno, Janle ShaefTer,
lllioda l'yles, Susie Murray, Carrie Sebas
tian, Florence Crown, Nellie Ihiean, Ixnilse
IJpscomb, Hertle tVhetmors. (fold medals
to Birdie McKlnley, Grace Custard, Kosa
Mc(iec, Dora Collins and Mary McOee.
I'rrslitcnt riavrlnml's Vetoes.
JMarrf C. Mtmn to Uu Jul bruin.
Tho country hat been generous at It
ought to be In It provision for sol
diers disabled In Its service. Hut this
very generosity has Incited many whose
claims were ot the tllmtlett character to
seek aid from the Government. Presi
dent Cleveland determined, It possible,
to stop the greedy and unjustifiable
scramble, and to thi end used the veto
more than twice at often a all his pre
decessors together. His purpose I well
explained In the following quotation
from a veto mesMgd. "Heedlmtne and
a disregard of the principle wblah tin
.u.. .u- .i- . T.j . i.
fair to the woumlml, crippled soldier,
who Is honored In the just recognition
of bis Government." Again, the Presi
dent declares that tho Indiscriminate
granting of pensions teaches the'people
''that as against the public treasury the
most questionable expedients are allow
able." A careful examination of Presi
dent Cleveland's veto message compel
ono to the belief that he lived up to the
principle set forth in the passage Just
quoted. President Cleveland In vetoJag
pension bill waa defending alitce the
public treasury, the disabled soldier and
tbe publle moral.
We are all drinking Hobert Partner's
Vienna Cabinet Beer beeaase it I tbe best
deltlne Unto' a llore.
UU ytmiO TtmtflMH.
The quotation belew are from How
ard's column. Howard' aowmn Is
printed not In Squosbvilie, but in New
"In summer the proper caper is either
beer, lemonade, orangeaga, or, at night,
"There 1 a great ami Increasing de
mand for book on education aadeut
ture." "Speaker Heed's a great boy, awl aa
"Oar markets are pleasant plaent.''
"Ex Mayor Grace is ia excarlant
Tbe obi aad rah hi Bib art Hart nar
Vitus Cabinet gear W refceshlntc thi bat
weather. Ostler K.
ItlCb Art In tbe Fur West.
J'loai AU I'oswa Ub.) .iajl.
Moilie Thorn paon, tha -iU yonag
soubrella of tba "A Pair af Jaek"
Cowpany, b faitiy astcainains; bar au
dienee by her work. liar iomaisault
inbw to her song and daneeat tbe end
af the last act i yeeeMag curtain ealk
avarywhata. The toiartult hi aa
aaally anal modaatiy dona tht thasa
can be ao ofianse tahaa and intprisat
tha amlianca into a whirlwind of a
BurgUr alarm, Spaaktag Tuba. J. a.
Eluding, latlo Penmyivania atanna.
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Call otitutum to Uutr stock
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Urb aaa out and
'itiarkecl over with the
tve give out once a
jyear. And here's what
gome of them say'
The Fine Jolntleas Mattings that were 19
and ts cents tmve been marked X) eente,
The nest Fancy. Seamless Mattings tbat
wvre ss cents are put down to SS oents.
ter ibis weak welt makeattd lay All Wool
liklBi for eeni.
ttare ts what you oan do in some speebtl
Kt ami pairs ot rortleret, if you de It rleht
IIS glimmer (Oriental) Portieres for tl.se.
40.SO Obenllte 1'ortleres fer I6.W,
S8 Striped Vekun 1'ortleres, frlofed top
ant bottom, fer tieJO.
It Fine MalHvanr, Oak. Cherry and Walnut
Chtmbcr Suits we take 10 per cent, off regu
l naspereent. off on Ilefrtgeratorsaad
Otr to Inoli Cottage Drapery, In line oolors,
shot ko at IT cents.
Yen onn't put anything hftnsomer or
ohn,r Into your new lwme than one of wir
Anlhuc Oak Chamber Suits. SpleeasforStu.
o better workmanship! Hoveled Plat
(ili-' ubalra to match If you want them.
It's not often that
buyers of goods in our
line catch such aclose
glimpse of cost as we
are now affording
them, and it will cer
tainly be a mostshort
sighted policy which
will make them dis
regard our midsum
Thirteenth uuil 1' h tree Is.
.WOODWARD Jfc LOT1IH0P,
Comer llth aBd Fttt.n.w.
LADIBb' AND MISsiBg' DLOUsJBtJ.
UrekM tine t abant ta Ladbw' aad
Mbxea' IMawset It Fwe Fretwb and Seeteb
FlBStaBd Fftneh Draadasstb ia Card I
sal, White, J.' Ivy and Paaey Strip have
been redaaad t Keaab,
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abax.ata. . 1
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bmt,matl thiahT , llnanaabet-
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ONTIIK CIIKSAPi: KE,
OPEN JUNE IUA
Nayal Academy Bard,
FIKK3T MKAL8. FIXB8T ATrHACTIO.N '
KVBKYTIUNd THE BEST.
Trains leave H. A o. Depot, week d..,3u t jJ
a.m., l.Mamt l.iop. m. Sunday, 0 '.in
I JO ami i.is p. m
Leave llav IlUlae. wtak dsrs.C J rl':
j. m. Snauayt, 8 ami p. m.
Hotmil Trip Tickets - - Sl.Otl
Oen'l Passcnwr Asca.
The Mount Vernon
AWU MATiaRAlX IIAU. 8TEAMBOT
On and after JUNE 1. lieo. tho ncwlr -jand
will leave bur wbarf, foot or SKVENTIItt.
for MOUNT VEIth'oN and itAItSIIALfl
II A IX as follows:
, Por MOUNT VBItNON-Everyday rexcept
Bumlaylat 10 a. ra. and SSOp. m .rcturc'sg
ariawlsntp ra Passengers ran remain' nt
MOUNT VEIINON until second beat leaves If
desired, rare, nmad trip, SI. inr ad.sg ad
BUaslon to the Mansion and c.roun1i -
aoiittmiB u uu) uoai juesM anu lur r.cs
aricu ixtpuy mium v err .n ua.4c
li win ue procurou on toe Dua' '
PorllAllSlIALL HALL Same at IIOITB
YEIII.OK schadule for week ilin. 1
On SUNDAYS at tl a. m.. 2.30 and C p. raj
rwurnlnirat 2.5.30 ami On. m. r
On WfIDAY8 and 8ATUKDAY8. Sr' 1
.vwniiiiufc AjiuarHims uuwu mo rve 3S
JJIUIA I1SAU. lOUODIBg at AIAIlill
HALL jtolne and returning, leaving U as
ton at 4 JO p.m., reatbuu; city on ret.
1 p. ra.
Meats and laaebe at all timet at X
SHALL HALL Baaurant.
FarotoMAHSIIALL HALL and reu
eeBts oa any trip; children, between 0 ar j
years. It eenU. '
The popular and reliable steamer W tt
COHCORAN will make her river landlse a?
far down as OLYMONT, landing at MA)
KHALL HALLgolBg and returning, leav. ?
her wbarf dally (execpt Sunday) at 10 a, m
retamlH! at 4 n. m. Hound trio. l" rerta.
Sunday trios of tba W W. fdHitiliAV ir
MAftSIIALL HALL will be Bsncunsc
weeny. ee auv lUMaentj
Forabarten of teamrs MArilFSTEsj
and COIJCQHAN for aitber MUl'NT V EKSol
TMAItBHALLIULL apply to L, L DLKli
Oaptaln. on staanar aVi
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ai i nrnfaiMtalas BJO mikLs lr( tt I .
year Oaniba and a water i -es i r v
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wtnter naurt aa tba aaat. Huqjo w v 3 "j
feat of tbe sarf. JAMB8 & blBl-gaSH-
Dlrecbi of Lasers and Law Finns,
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Weasttar Law jsrtitttaa.
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