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TIIE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST S, 1890.
lim Daily Critic
3" Ontg Democratic Da& Paper Pub
luted at Wmihington.
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A my significant utterance by Sena
tor ttlht. yenmy , has bwa tire sub
Jl of We and eager comment. It
at elicited by !entor Blair's pTopoM
iffm te hare read from tire dk an 1.
totfnl I wttetrlae's ertttkm of th 2er
Tk TWfane. Some objection m
awtfe to tats awl a ccmtnmrsj- am Mil.
It tfMstttreri, however, taut the Tri
hint editorial constates! of a more or
Jet powerful appeal to the Senators lo
change the rules of that bwlrso as to
permit tbe rushing through, timler whip
and spur, of the Federal Klertfons bill,
after first disposing of the Tariff bill.
.Mr. Teller, t hooting to consider the
Tariff bill as tbe chltf object of the
proposed change in the rule, ami
Ignoring the fact, sufficiently evkleot to
everybody else, that the Tribune's so
llcltode referred chltfly lo the Force
ltill, Iook occasion to deliver himself of
the following rcry pregnant utterance:
"While I am in full sympathy with
the purpose of the bill, which I natler
ttaiHl Is a revision of tbe tariff, putting
it up whenever it is found to be too
low, putting It down whenever it Is
iomimI to be too high, and while I do
not propose to go into any discussion of
the tariff, I want to say to the Senator
frcm New Hampshire, and I want to
say to tbe country itself everywhere,
newspapers and others, that eo far as I
am concerned, the present rules of the
S-mate have been sufficient for the tils
iLargo of the duties of this body In on
otdiily and decent manner, and I am
prrpared myeelf to resist as vigorously
and efficiently as I can any change In
tbe rules for tbe purpose of hastening
tbe passage of this or any other bill that
ii.ay come before this body."
It will be observed, however, that .Mr.
Teller does not dodge tbe (pieailoa al
t pul cr. He squarely recognises the
Hot that the Tariff bill Is not the only
one In wlnc behalf the change of ru 4
1 Invokul, for he ssys "this or any
tltr bill that may come before tils
IrVy" It i fair to assume, therefore,
that, If not actually opposed to the
Tariff or the Force bill, he is at least not
it. la love with either of them 4 ti be
willing to make a special effort In thutr
It would seem that this emphatic
avowal by Senator Teller ought to poe
es some significance toucblng the fate
of tbe Force bill. The tariff discussion
now pending can be prolonged under the
(lining rules until the Force bill, even
tbmrli It should eventually paw, will
1 e o belated as to be inappllcaole t
tic November elections. The question
is whether Mr. Teller stands alone. If
ledffcs; If all the other Republican
i'i)torg unite In a movement to adopt
tbe rule of the previous question, Mr.
Tellir cannot prevent thorn. Hut doei
1c stand alone? Doea It not seem quits
clear that Senator Plumb, also, will lo
tto upon a full awl free discussion or
the Tariff bill, whatever may be bis
views as to tbe Force bill? Ami If Sen
ators Teller and Plumb should eoaetl.
tute themselves the nucleus of an oppo
sition to a change of rules and should
ifCiive three accessions from tbe body
rf tbe Republican majority, what would
become of the etolure movement and,
Incidentally, cf the Force hill?
Verily, this teems to be an open quee
liOS," A COMMBiHNDaT of THS
Ckrtic, objct to Mr. Howell as tbe pros
I'tetivc orator of the protpeetlre sew
biMfe telebratjoa. "Hob" beHevM that
tU) (Ireat EsaeoUooer, who ttemk at Uw
Lead of Ike OeeapiUUoa eowaaUtee of tbe
Hew ot KecwewataUr' asd cU oat a
IkUkOeaUe Coagresswaa'a bead evsry Oij
ur two, tbould be kept ia retireaeat ea
MCk oeeaie as b idge barfabs. lie mj ;
"To set atbie Bafaea Conptoa, atter b
lvtUil (aad v,bo waatae author of tbe
llrbsse bill) aad supply hlapteeeUhb(a
paMMeal tueeuttooer, wvon too isoek of
paststaaeblB, aad will lead to datar
Humf ffoet takUg aar part aad
taar tbe wlotateat ot many." Wa boee
m sate will stay awaj toes ate Roweil W tbe
ontsar. He is a good talkar, aad a vary
teed saaa. True, be U iatenaely partlsaai,
bat be esat htip that, aad we asutt over
kale taeb little itdaga la as otberwfae
geadal aad gooJ-bearted fUow. KuweU
eaa. say aaore blttar tbJat) gfat the Dat
oetaaa, tear a lag ptoea of pafMr iattfi ajaalbir
place m be walk hia romwittae rooea
tvmt ' UN tofaacea la a givea Uaae
aad 4uHy aaore shirt boats than amj oaher
CwsgMfettaa, aad jet be ia a jo geod
taUK aad a fenced good band at pubMa
adskNKM. We attggett, a a eoaapreaafas
taaawe, that both he aad Coaaptoe be la
vttad to saake addwasas to agurUly
tie tagsthir while taHaw the truth boat
AaciT a wa u-o a petto ef the aaaae
ul ihnaader wot to the nstnnmid Waabr
tcsEtaai Jfeif BtotMsaiix ui tk tirMg
"tufte" aad -'nigger" aad "darky" in
t txicactktti with the eoaoaad cKbwa. He
to bis slawsttire the words
b'aiearaHy." Tata Ctuvtc, ia the
of sasse eoaieitins oa Mr. AUuums-
ktttef , referred to bias a i-ffBirtail
with Howard Ueitecatty. atwaHy a
Trrniiirg that the aua had ifaarrth.ii! ffrautt
ytaptidf hi cosisiifteafhwt. We bate
meatM4, boweser, a letur iron Jar J. .
, teNNte m kmwlmkfr oi amme-
dtGUisMt4JAiM sjbsV 48tie? Is sUM
Batfflf J'JIl $ to Wlltdil teCaHtafaTy flASitt0 WssW
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w n -, .- per-vpqsaajRRBjvp we
b..c.a jQbaattotsMingaatba. We
u.c mi wmt Mat the lrirMrt SAdlaar
j'.i.Lti-t wAbwMt hi nuMim dai a
to-t.,k turn aaosnad VataaMsty.
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- v Xfefe Trikmt, nilUMi st
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a-ftb more glnscr under their tail, thin
tnese Washington dispatches to the Tritvnt
in wMch Democratic staMntaui are tHyetl
sltv arid RepwMresn rtonMers an Ha
f enters are whipped into line on the Tartt
atd tortt Mil issues. How ft is taut
thing don't move along mem smoothly
fortfe Tribvnr nndwr tlwei cTrerlrostSTtcet
is a mystery srhfcti causes a intoletaWe
fotmrtttonJoh S. Hiwrrwi, frotth
Vsrofltrt: 8. l Bsrlwir, BufllsM, CWMs.;
L. . tyj, Sew York: M Vrftnta
taylwr, Utewyo, 111 : XT. P. fay, Rtefc-
frOM. VS.. H F. Frpmn Arjhm A ttftt
W, F. L. fcaHret, St Tork; U. T. rfe.
rtrfek, .Hacrm. Oa.: S. S. Csntllev. 1 R.
rtrfek, .Hacwt, Oa.; S. S. C'sntllet '
tsntltey, Bwton, Mas.
teta: RdWatH W7 I
Xfnitmtl-Gtqrip C. StrtfKl. Wet Vlr-
,m, r.iiwurn n. ITBTT, lst
hart C. Tkomrtklns. Salem.
Harlan. 9mui. ttun - i- 'it r.U.
!m V W
Sew Tork; M. D. Aatrlee, 'Phili.lt-ipiiiai
Pf .; f harles T. Willtsm. cievehn.l, Ohio!
A!arwr Kllamnr. eit! ttf .. fn,,..
vi. man-., m.: mfO. iBmevei
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i- 'i"',rf J.1 Asbbrtdge, C. W. lUh-
mfPabaw. Ala; . K. Ramsey, fkmn.1
Brrok, X 3 ; i. g. Smftb. Preenort, HI.;
Joseph A. Filer, New York; Thorn H.
SjdBer, Rlckmomt, Va.; J. Q. Walner, Va.
ttjUntiTf John Mnrpby, Lancaster, Pa.;
. E. DtTov, Ktw Torfc; William M Bti
'fT8W 8orne, Sew Pedford, Mass.;
.. i. .innic-H, i. r. nernani, M.. Hern
barrt. Sew Yor; J. A. Voting, 0. II. Mar
tin ntl Yvif l'kt.JMM 111 . f .I.i t
slanjrb, S Hlfan S arner ami wife, Kansas
Bipm-V. U Obmwale. Dallas, Tex. A.
. Ufcley, London, Knelsnd; T. Rloxham,
Andoyer Hauls, Kagland, Lee Clark, Par
sons, Kan. : Hon. H. U. Hnsbtwib, North
IHhots; W'atson Itckiell, Beatrice, Neb.
Mnrm?rsr' K. 1 Cattbell, Chicago, III.
.vaorranm-IIenry Whlteley, Phllatlel
pbla, ra.; Miss Kllea (Jreen, Savannah, (ia.;
flliam M. Tewksbtiry. Mrs. Doualas
tireeo, and Miss Laura T. Green, New York.
'VjrwnmfiVT. (1. NeldrlBgbaus, 8t.
Arlington Alfred (loMtliwalte, New
Orleans: Fred K. Wahhanw, Byron II.
Qordinftb, Albany, N. V.; 'j. 1 ntes
,lrno-Jmes H Lord and wife. James
II. Lord. lr.. New York.
.rtiipAnm-W. S. BHrtlett, wife ami
chlldrih, Santa Anns, Cal.; .Miss K. C.
French, San Antotils, Texas; M. Dom.
Knlgbt, Maryland; S. I. Walles, city.
:j.fci-Jaiacs H. Murrey, HeorKcLalne
ami wife. New York; Kppa Huaton, Vir
ginia; Alexis (.ope, Coltimtnn, Ohio; II. H.
(loedell, Amherst, Mass.; ltobert M. Yard
ley, Dojlestnwn. Pa ; V. II. Halsey, At
.,fn,."J! " 1l Stoner, I'lttsbuw, Pa ;
(1. A. Towntend, (Igpland, Md.
mi-irtf-K. II. Hardenburgu, Ilones
dale, l'a ; C. . Ilerrinaton, Mtnnespolls,
Minn.. Asa K Pblllps, Jersey City, n! J.
M - ii i
Mr 1'hll L. Oraity, the energetic
gtntralancntof the l'eak Creek Iron
and Coal Company or Vlrjtlnla. passed
throuitli this city to dar en route t-t
Philadelphia and New York to Interest
capitalize In the development of the
minimi lands of the old Domini u.
There Is some Inquiry as to the where
abouts of Edear Saltus. hut It does not
mh on tue torm of wild anxiety.
Mme. Paul's netv theatre at Crabr-y-Nns
Castle Is still In the hands of the
wotkln gmen, but is expected to be ready
for occupancy toward the end of
August. Mr. Irving hat advised the
diva concerning all the decorations.
A man who has been watchlnj; the
careers of the pie.es In Congrow says
that only a few of them turn out well.
Some of tbe brightest of them Hod their
way Into Jails and Inebriate asylums.
Tbe moral of this la that a boy should
be kept out of bail company If pots!,
bin jVrw Yoik Wwltt
Mite Julia Curiln Is walking around
Jiew Haven with a long cowhide and
several youna men dlsapper up back
Mietti at catching sight of her. Some
young dudes have been circulating
stories rcllectlng upon her, and she de
termined to stop it. She has already
whipped two and propose to cowhide
the rtst whenever she comes across
Tbe Countess of Villa Gonzalee is
considered tbe handsomest woman In
Madrid. She is tall, graceful In figure,
with large black eyoa and a beautiful
complexion and devotedly attached to
her husband. So says a Spanlth paper,
laying ureal stress on the lait accom
plishment. Malcolm Townsend, the author of a
book of "Curious Facts," says that the
word Manhattan Is traceable to the
Spanish monas. drunkedneas; monados,
manados, manatees, a place of drunk
enness. As a confirmation of this
theory. Sir. Townsend says that Ver
razxannl, a Florentine navigator, who
landed on the island in 1524, called It
Isla Manhatas, because be gave the In
dians lots of liquor and made them
Tlie Truly Loyal Journals.
Fw 14 JVUlaMUU TtUqraiA.
At the present time there are bo Jour
Bala to truly loyal, so enwrapped in
pan totem aad the folds of the old flag.
so toticitoua about the real or imagin
ary wroags of their beloved colored
brethren, fta those whose editors hive
gone to i heir rewards abroad, tbe re
wards taking the shape of foreign nils
sloaa or cotuuiUblpe. Whenever we
Jind a Bewepaper aaore Uuly loyal thin
anotLer, whenever we see one wrappiag
itself up ia tbe old tag or abaddlag
Uiettring tears over the wrong of tbe
colored brother, we know as well as we
kaw to pray that we shall similarly
dUeover the name of its editor oa the
list at foreiga Miaistef aad CoasuU.
tYky b'uutbra Trade riuM IT.
yiw Or Xvrtk. Jawrfcoa (tf )
That $outh has bee pampered wj
pelted as a reluralag prodigaL Per
haps we have overdose that buateeea.
But juat aow, before their blatbertkit
iag gets any further, it nuat he atade
clear to these heeteriac geattfctataa that
this U ao longer a couatry of saaeisaa,
aad that a Uw enacted for Use aattoa
oy a Buunty ui the natloa's reatatea
tathrta Wll hat eaforced by the aataoa
everywhere trade or ao trade.
A Vtmlm Joucuey.
from t4 luuitWi L-eurUf Jwuw.
Uow very abaurd U ! to ead Dr.
aatetoa td hia eaperts to Kadiaad to
tha hafa of coaviactog tbe Btfefefcawa
Oust our cattle are heaiiby aad oturat to
hat ptitffhaagd I reeiy by Btisiir eaa
suatoia! What do we care foTBrattah
traatat wata taere hi so gaeat a ruaa
eeeiy day la cwr aoaMi taartatr" lm
m caew aH oux o baaf, aad always
blie oaf w atuck aj ewa.
WOaUN IH SOblaUia.
Tbe yoatb who bioka i
la as bar tummmt eioi
J txatf dar raytaiN2W-
Whfla aba b vrr 'fitals dxeat
a wawwat vt yww ansa
2w pstpv wj saaiBi-
Bag aaaU Ag
Jt aMaiaasMaMaeaaa aaaaa
AMtt a aasasaar atysad
"AS YOU LIKE IT."
wjJiirtflToirs YJRDictimwro it
a abu mm mm,
i:nlhwifrmtre lmt tit "tKIr A" f a
t"wtly rrw HntHh Airtwiritj'.
The -r-tfnt f UWw
JFrrm ft Umtlm 9nfnr4v Rtrttxi.
This It that Rfmlinti and All elan Ats
MKl other comment w anptHwoti.
Thn does even a faded critic, rettklng
a rTIttiRrl pen, feel Incllfterl to writ of
the almot Ides I performance of, perk-apt,
the mott Weill comedy of pastoral
life writ by him whom some call
Shakpre. Yet "must there no
more be M!" There is more t ay
In it day when mere assertion rule It
but tow mnrb. 'As You Like It' be
alna ami ends with Homlinil however
admirably, at In the pment ce, the
whole play Is given. The statin, to
take an Instance of "On n badine m
avec rAmmr" at the Francals In Its
liest days never dhl more than eyptal
this production by Mr. Daly. That ia
a thing In these days very Important,
but let us leave that for the moment
and come to tbe acUn: which Is. after
all. the heart of tbe matter, ami let us
again repeat mat lie tlie acting never
so good all through, as scarcely with
any exception It Is In this case, tbe
play must stand ami fall by Rosalind.
The present generation and the grow
Ing generation have seen more than
one Jlotalintl In London, anil of them
all onlv one, and she alas! haq been
taken from us, that could be named in
the same breath with Miss Ilehan.
At the risk of tautology let us say that
the first requisite for perhaps the mott
charming part In Shakcspearo's come
dies is that most indefinable thing,
charm. This Mlse Ilehan has proved
herself to possess over and over again In
patts of lighter calibre, and with a very
dlstlnst touch of ecntus In tbe part of
Katherlne In the "Tamlne of the
Shrew." a part capable In the hands of
a very capable actress of bolne well
played and yet wantlDg charm. Those
of us who hoped most from Miss Heban's
JIomUmI may have been surorlscd at the
extent with which their most hope has
been renlled. Dignity, girlhood grow
ing Into womanhood: the Inception and
completion of a love perfect In Inno
cence, resentment of Injustice; playful
nets and tenderness In the boy's ills
eulsc; a shy boldness beforehand with
vrmnuo; nuer tue wrestling scene a
complete but difficult courao. falling
only In the scene of "counterfeiting,"
and then still attempted; return to the
abeoluto womanliness which has never
been lost all these things mako up the
mm of Jl0idiml, a character as trvlng
as It Is entrancing. All tbete thing
Ml Ilehan undcrtptods and expresses
and on them wc hope to dwell Id det.dl
again. For the moment let us siy this
muih, and repeat th.it Mr. Daly's pre
Stntmint of the play Is nlmoet a reveln
lln. Even Miss llthan's RoMnd
mlabt fall In Its effect were there any
failure iu Orhituh.
It has been said that Mr. Drow'a Or-
Uimfo is too modern." This Is a criti
cism which, if not verv gay, is certainly
very foolish. Indeed. 'There Is no lick
of poetry in Mr. Drew's OrUmlo; he
speaks and acts the part most excel
lently, and is no more lacking In the
tender scenes than be is In the athletic
beginning with the llrasffer. Mr.
Lewis' Touchttohf, was looked for by
playgoers with expectation and hope,
which Is more than ssthned by the no
tor's perception and execution of the
part. Mr. Lewis sees that the banished
Duke's description of TouehttoM Is ac
curate, and, moreover, which the Dake
did not think It worth while to add,
that Touchtlont had lived In tbe atmoa-
pucre of tue court.
RUSSELL B. AND TIIE LOTTERY.
C'ulooel 3Iot,y ItolterAtrii til Original
Statement About I hut Ail,
Frtt th4 ,Y. Yen IKerW,
Sas Fiujicikco. Aug. 3. Colonel
John B. Mosby, like Early and Beaure
gard, has an interest In a lottery to tbe
extent of seeing that the drawing Is fair.
His particular lottery Is the Juirez. at
Paso del Norte, Mexico, just across the
border. Once a month he goes to Paso
del .Norte and superintends the drawing.
Mosby Is Harrison's coutln. MosbyTa
clear cut face and sharp gray eye lit up
when asked about Iiesstdl's success In
getting money for puffing the lottery.
"Well, you know It strikes me as sort
of funny. You see, Coutlu lien sits
there and tells a good moral Congress
what a terrible tag a lottery Is and how
it Is demoralizing the country, while
Iluasell goes out and through his papers
tells a small portion of the public how
they can be demoralized, according in
Cousin Ben's idea. It was Just after the
burning of the Winter Palace at Fort
Worth, Tex . when Ruetell went to
Paso del Norte to see about drumming
up business. He weat personally to tbe
office of the company and luld nU
scheme before the managers, who are
Mandelbauu ami Goojoles. Well, be
fore he left be had made two cob tracts
one was for a page la Prunk Ltdit,
which will have picture of tbe Juarez
buildings, the place where the lottery to
drawn, a picture of myself aad reading
matter to describe what a wonderful
tblag tbe Juarez Lottery U. For tbU
he got 11,000. The other waa a read
ing aotice for tbe Helena Hunting
Jvurwl, aad IhU be not 300 for and
carried it away with him. Now, that
was btuiaew. Howell hiaaself did the
soliciting, aad before he had time to
carry out tbe coatract hia father came
out frith a meiiaaa against ktterUw. I
do aot believe Coutia Ben would have
known of the Juarez Lottery If
Buetell aad aot told hiiu It
to the hypocrisy of the thing
that strike me, aad tkve Presides
should watch a little. Whether Harrl
su was party to hia son's journalistic
ventures, or w bet her he ever kaew of
thea, hi not in evidence but. helmr so
food a man, aad knowing the Usiupta
Horn whkh surround all eaiiaeat joura
aUata of Huaaeii's attainments, it to
probable that the yoaag auu surrepUti
ouary, and likely with malice afore
thought, eatored the arena is which hat
aMaet so eoatafcuoutly without the
know tori ne of hiai who would have
saved hue auca a fate. M that a It
ay, he got there ail the aawe, aad the
fact that he live at the White Howe
with ato dear old father, aad eats at the
MUM table aad shares ato salt to eel
dance that be has been forgive."
ItuUlMfiiw. In,.,',. u tar ftHmUm
Tfce number of aasdtcnttOM for pea
taoato uader the diaabiMty act recel aed
t the Peaatos Oaice to this date ex
ceeds asW.out). It to aa-appareat that
the Muaber of these aaplicationa will
huafiiy exceed the eattaiatet ade by
the advocates of the aMMue- Whee it
WSJ VtfP'Hftt ia Ponaniis it saa anti
taasM taea that the auadwr mhiJ be
afssansay Jspa sapr aFaSWeaaaw TVnasaasp
rtiCfl Tinas - M.U.
V m ' wsaj' wsapn ppasais
AS ESYOY TO THE CZAR
TB Protest Aratwst thfe irTw!Ww t
lie. Slfire Wolf, who to M present
In Baden, Otrnmny, has cabtstt to Rcp
retetitatlve Ballet the foUrrwlng tele
gram la relation to Mr. BtWt's reso
lution authorlJiftJg til PrwMeM W pro
test neairt't IM expulsion ot tire Jeffs
Thousand: thanks. PntMtnt Brant la
!H soeceederl m ptetewfmf etrmWkm of
Kmsfsn .Tews. I am wtWwt to go aa spe
cial envoy to the C'tar. SwJmsMcm Har
rison. A large number of tellers ami tefo
grama from all jmrtg of tfce emtntry
have been reeelven by Mf. Baker, com
mending his resolottOB. Many Con
gresttwMi favoT the resolaiion, and, a
h rewired the approve.! of Speaker
Kcwl, it will probably n ailoptert by
A C1Y10 AND INDUSTRIAL PARADITO
CELEBRATE ITS OPENING.
rrnemmmo or the IlicrclKM Ailopteit
l.att Meht Oratlonn, Atnlc ami
Oiles Dlxpnte Atjont
The celebration of the opening of the
new bridge which spans the JJaitern
Branch at ihe foot of Pennsylvania ave
nue on the anniversary of the burning
of the old bridge, August Xi, will be
one of Ike most elaborate and extensive
of its kind ever held In Washington.
Tbe arrangements for tbe celebration
were completed at a meeting of tbe Etst
Washington Cltlr.ens' Association held
In the office of Messrs. Weller & He
pctll, 380 Pennsylvania avenue, south
east, Inst night.
Mr. Dawson road tbe report of tbe
executive committee. The committee,
he said, had exerted Itself to make the
celebration n erand surenM. not nnlr
for Last Washington, but for the wholo
District, The committee bad worked
hard, and semi-weekly and oven dally
meetings bad been held. The Marine
Band bad been secured for tlio occasion
by order of the Secretary or tbe iNavy.
Iho programme of literary exerctsos
was announced as follows: 1, opening
prnyer, music, "Our Country, 'Tis of
Tbtc." 2, remarks by Commissioner
Douglass; music, "For Thsy Are Jollv
Good Fellows." 3, poem, "Old Burnt
Bridge," George F. Dawson; music,
btnr Snanclod Banner." .1. nmtlnn
Hon. Jonathan H. llowollj music,
"Yankee Doodlo." 5, bunedlctlon;
music, "Hall Columbia."
THE OnDRIl OF nXBIlClSBS.
The exercises will commence
ptomptly at 5 o'clock and vr III clow at
O.ii0 p. in. Vocal and Instrutnjntal
music bv tbe Matloe Band will be de
ll vend In the evening. Tbe great btr
becuc, at which whole oxen will be
roasted, will bo held In the evening at
the close of the literary exercises. Tne
rarade. which Is to be one of tin nrin
clpal features of tbe celebration, will be
loth chic and military. A graml dis
play of all the different trades of the
District has been arranged for.
The regatta will close tbe celebration
and will be an Interesting ono. In the
tvenlng the bridge will be Illuminated
and tbe heights of tbe surrounding
country will be lighted with bonfires".
Assurance bad beonrccolved from the
flnanco committee that tbe necessary
13.000 would be collected. The com
mittee on transportation are making
arrangements to run heidlcs to the
bridge, and the committee on stands
await only the apportionment of funds
to make estimates lor stnnds and seam.
Tbe report of 1 be executive commit
tee was unanlmoutly adopted. The
secretary then reported that Mr. J. II.
Hunter had been selected as chairman
of the music committee.
Unfinished business from the latt
meeting was then taken up and tbe
street railway problem considered. Mr.
Weller spoke at some length In favor of
the Kast Washington Traction Com.
pany, who propose to provide a road
with an Improved motor within six
months after their bill is passed. Mr.
Smith and 3Ir. Lehman spoke In favor
of tbe bill. 31 r. Hanan was opposed to
any more new railways, and thought
that the Influence of the association
should be used In urging the old com
panlee to extend their lines and thus
provide for the wants of tbe citizens.
On motion of Dr. Lee White tbe rail
road committee was directed to call
upon the Commissioners and request
them to recommend the bill to tbe Dis
WANTED ANOTflBIl ORATOR.
Dr. White next called attention to
the fact that but one orator had been
provided for tbe bridge celebration.
The name of tbe man, who above all
others should deliver the oration, had
been omitted. That name was Barnes
ComptoB. Dr. White Insisted that Mr.
Cciupton should be invited to deliver
tbe address, and stated that h knw
Mr. ComptoB would be willing to do so.
He then spoke of the work which Sir.
Comoros had done for tbe passage of
tbe Bridge bill In Congress, and moved
that an amendment be made to the pro
gramme, providing for an oration by
Mr. Weller spoke brietly of the work
which Mr. Bo well, the orator selected
by the committee, had done la the
House for the bridge, aad though be
did not wish to east a stigaaa npoa Mr,
Coiupton he thought that a member of
tbe present House should be selected.
He was however willing to devote a por
tion of the program to aa address by
Major Dumoet ia a few emphatic re
Harks stated that he believed in honor
ing tbe HMtahen of Coag rees who had
assisted the bridge bill, but above ail he
believed in honoring the citizens of tbe
District who bad worked for it. aad the
oration should he made by one among
Oa motion of Ut. Welter, Dr. Wails'
awniltneBt was referred to the execu
tive cotaiaKtee with the "imiri-Hf
that it would he favorably rnniidcraT
The association then adjourn!.
OPPOSED TO HOWELL.
KJUSOVS WHY US SHOULD SOT SAYS
iUUUl SSM.SCTKD X OJUTOtt,
4iU Ontfc. The Kast Washington
executive coaunittee could hardly make
a atote unfortunate selection for orator
ot the day at the coming bridge u4e
bresto tMe the one reported at hut
night's tuettag. I the nm plate, aj
wia kf r. Dusaoat, there was
so occasion for going outside of
the Dtauict of Columbia to and a
speaaei to participate ia s purely Dis
trict affair. If uis were done oaeof
Miticteal atoaaJaeate sad ability could
hardly he found without some political
proclivities, but .emialy one couM
have bees found who did md adopt
Senator IngAlto' views that tbe Tea
CosriMnndsaento can have no plate h
Hi. ItoatcU, as la well known, u one
of the airtavws as veU as advocates of
the siig 9occe bU wake proposes
to bum our aeaghhor States of 3sWv-
VtoiMa itader she ban, sad I
toauats thasa by a declaration that they!
have sbova ibctnMlvss incapabk of '
rir cr vrrnmcnl. Not only that, but as
tbnuman of the Electlcms Committee
he has already wbbwfl eeh ol thoae
States of oneo? ths choten Rpr
scrtativrs ndhMWlBth ttnsetttlng
of a scrond from VirflMa.
Tl is, to ay nothlttg of the Repre
sentatives In States more distant he has
nnest1, when their majorities ran up
Info the thousands, giving their places
to men whom the voters rejected
Only yesterday he repotted another
vlftlm from Florid , who, with a ma
jority of over 8 000, It Is declared by
Mr. Bowel! and his committee must
slve way to his defeated eomp'etltot.
To set aside Barnes Compton after he
was invited (and who was the author of
the bridge bill) and supply his place
with his political executioner, savors
too much of partisanship, and will tend
to deter many from taking any part,
anil msr the enjoyment of many wtto
do. It is to be hoped that the oomtnlt
ttc to whom the matter has been again
referred will see the justice of a change
In this part of the programme.
ItrpnlrlOB the Cnccowell Fonntalo,
A short time ago Tub Critic urged
the Importance of having the Coggswell
fountain in Market Space placed In con
dition for the nse of the public. Acting
on this advice the District Commission
crsare having tbe supply ami drain
pipes of this handsome gift to the city
repaired. In a few days the thirsty
pedestrians on Pennsylvania Avenue
between Ihe Capitol and the Treasury
Department will have one place where
tbt-y can quench their thirst.
Sixty Dnja ror Larceny,
W. B. Groat, alias Plerson, alias
Brown, was tried this morning for the
larceny of a set of billiard balls from
i nomas J, Scott, on Four-and-a-half
street. He Is also suspected of
having stolen balls from a number of
other places, both boro and in Bal
timore, but there Is no criminal record
against blm that Is known. Judge
Mills made the sentence sixty days In
All Run Down
From the weakening effects of tho warm
weather, by banl work or from a long 111
cess, you need a Rood tonlo and blood puri
fier. Hood's SflKepflrlll&RlrM a good appe
tite, strengthens the wholo system, purl 11m
tho elood, regulates the illrestion.
"I have bad Janmllcc for tlirco yours and
two bottles of Hood's SarMoarllla bavo done
tac more good tbnn anything I bavo tried. I
Intend to continue tnklng thl.i medlelno until
I am cured." M. 11. Tusstaix, W7 Monroe
tt., Lynchburg, Ya.
KclN llio Ik'ftt
"Hood's Sarsoparilla Is the but selling
blood purifier 1 bave ever sold. I know of
cvcrnl pf nous who liave been benefited bv
Its titeand bave roeosanioadeditto others. I
nlwajs recommend It beeauto I believe there
Is ncrlt In It." O. E. SJtitH, Laurel, Del.
ir. Jane Faulkner. SllUes, Va., testis
that both lilmclf and wife bave used Hood's
i-arMparllla with bet re.nltn.
Sold by all druggists. SI; six for SS. Pre
pared only by C. I. HOODCO.,LoweI!,Ma.
100 lHnri tlno Dollar
It is safe to assert that
there isn't a day passes but
hundreds ol dollars, to say
the least, are exnended in
this city for furniture and
house decorations. If not
expended judiciously, then
poorly spent, and if not
disbursed in the light of all
possible economy then not
expended judiciously. The
papers contain daily coun
sel of the best prudence,
and this house is among the
rest in "saving suggestions,"
But it takes much and fre
quent argument to influence
some minds and often the
most forcible kind of logic.
Yet sometimes a gentle hint
will kindle productive re
flection, and that is the hint
we here aim to impart.
Worth a thought ? Yes,
it is worth a long, large
thought that whether you
are buying strictly season
able goods, such as Baby
Water Coolers, Bed Cano
pies, Lace Curtains, Gauze
Hangings, &c, or whether
you would be induced t
invest in Furniture, Car
pets, Rugs, Tapestries, Por
tieres and so forth and so
on, provided there were
ample considerations of
prices. We wish to stamp
indelibly upon your mind
the faet that as ample as is
oyr spacious store we are
are equally ready to extend
to the wise and tar-seeing
investor of cask considera
tions oi price just as ample
All tkis naas that we
are sellug goods very ckap.
IsH tkis wortk a tkougkt ?
worth a Thought,
NEW SHOE STORE,
No, 929 F St, N. W.
Fine Shoes for Laillei.
Fine 8bs for Silases.
Fine Shoes for Children.
Fine Sboes for Gentlemen.
Fine Shoes for Boys.
All Style of Fancy Slippers,
All Colors Made to Match Dresses at
WILSON & CARR'S
New Shoe Store,
?fo. 089 r STitr.rrr s. xv
WMh'ngton. P. C.
Charles Scribner's Sons
HAVE JUST rUBMSHKD:
With Ihe' Best Intentions,
A MMMiratMr BivImhIo. Hj- Marian lUn
nun. Ittno, eloth, $I paper, KW.
Tho fceno of thh norcl U the Island of
Maoklnao, on Lake Huron, and tho central
fimircs are a toiidr connle on their wedding
Jonrner, It I an absorbing story of love and
Jealousy and Has many paces of charming
doseriptlon of a country rloh In hlstorloal a
NKW 8TOHIK3 tOIt SUMMElt HEADING
By Pctave TnANrr. Illustrated by A. B
Frost. lJrao, oloth, 81; paper, BOo.
"An exceedingly spirited, well-told and In
teresting F lit hern ulnrr. Tt i Imnroulrn
and abserllng." N. Y. Tribune
The Lawton Girl.
By I7ao! Frtanenic. Umo, olotli, $1.38;
, "Tho realism li vltld and Irnthfnl, It would
lie difficult to find In Action a stronger
sketch." Boston Journal,
The Broughton House.
"A brUht, well-written story, told with
great animation and showing oUwe sludyor
human nature." Boston Saturday Ktenliu
Day and Night Stories.
By T. H. Eviuvan. i3mo. oloth. Si! paper,
"Mr. Fnlllvan Is pleasantly original, varied
arnl animated. Ilh stories aro oareiullr An
tolled aad quick In moTcmsnt."-Uroolrn
Sold by all booksellers, or seat.postpakl, by
Charles Scribner's Sons,
tti 7IS Broadway, New Tork.
Princess Rosetta and the
Pop -Corn Man,
With sli pictures by Garrett, Is MabtK. Wil
kin' delicately butooroiw contributions to
Grant Allen has a popular telentlfle paper
about "The American Water Lily," followed
by "The Queen Lily," by Miss narrls, and
that by a legendary poem, "Water Lilies." by
Frances L. Mace, The Amateur Photography
article has some very oarfous and beaaUful
pleture. Mrs. Jeenle Benton Freasont'a will-aad-way
The Hat ol the Postmaster,
Is notable aad notably told, There are In
teresting HwtallmecU of tbe seriaU, "Tbe
New Senior at Andover" and "Tbe Quest of
tlie Whipping Boy " LouUe Stockton bas a
singularly suggestive "Game of tbe Sen lea"
for young aad old. And there are 80
rages of Vacation Delights.
D.Lothrop & Co., Publishers
USEFUL BOOKS FOB VACATION.
lly Chibus Duwjjt W.kkib. EUbly Hlw
trateU by 0. S. HsiSHiar, ro Sro, Half
Traellag Notes ia Europe. Ily theoboss
Cmut, authors '"IMlaate Feitlg,M Aa.
l'ot vo, Ctoth OfBanwatal. f 1 M.
Our Journey to the Hebrides
ByJoewB Fes, six aad Fuzamth Robum
PtHkBU. Iilaatsated. Pwt kve, Ckxa
A Tramp Trip,
Uow to Se Itwa an Ptfty Caste a Say. By
Las Matuwnaait. tt ttfc PwUak. lo.
Knocking Round the Rockfes
By FskSM- iMBBaou, aatkes- of "FrtaaOs
Wona Kawisw.M "Tha Im Qaaaa," JUi.
illswtsated. Saas m, Ctotsi, !V
Shoshone and Other West
By EswaJNM Waaaai. Wis a PsasVue by
(LuiM Hum Asu-a. IHastrataa.
IHsrt fn. oiuah. m Ps. Tte.
Mexico, California and Ari
zona. Battue a Xew aad. Karitad JUUtoa of -OW
M-loo aad iter Lata Htwiw." Mg
wluuam. jbattar. " Itk THaatrtirtwis
Nooks and Corners of the
New England Coast.
y 4JM)u. Amu Dtua. Wka Minwrons
Horsemanship ior Womn,
f Ttmum U. Mum. -wis iusmimUmm f
ctoaa. to a.
Fly-Roais aad Ply-Tackle.
Be SmitVi V- Wkm. liinmntfatfil ftm
City Bsys in tke Wasftds;
ls-s S4 Wlfl" spsfvs t9BHHsP f wIMPJM
f- Wau. IHsMtirttJ. SJuiM tatk
ba abiria aoda Ma lag aate ba all httA-
M bhwmML to mmi auiqC fete Aritd ibttit
Wilson & Caff's
woowAn a wtsmr,
curm ma ai Fsts. D, w.
Thursday, July 31, 1S90.
Store cl8S this evening
at 5 p fn.
Saturdays at 1 p m.
We have just received
5,coo more Lace Pins and
will offer them at that low
price of 5c each.
Ladles' New Blazers. Vassar Shifts
awl London Vests.
Our assortment ol those
goods is very complete.
In Blazers we are show
ing cream with dainty brown
stripes. This is without ex
ception the dressiest pattern
we have ever shown; also
new blues and bheks.
in Vassar Shirts we are showing pUIn
White bosom, plnlteil and embroidered. In
Fercales. Exceedingly choice lino ot pat
tern. $1.96,51.50 and 1175 each.
New London Vests tn flqnes, Marseille).,
Flannels anil Fancy Cloths In very hand
some patterns. SS.TS, A SO, H and SO eaoli.
NKW GINGHAMS AND OUTING CL0TD.S.
We have Just received the following l
S.cce yards Bark Ginghams, In now designs,
Inelmllng tbe celebrated Tartan Plaids, for
fall wear. l4lo. per yanl.
8,CW yards Flannellcs or Printed Outing
Cloth", In over lxty designs, oxcoedlngly
wWe range of colorings, 10c. r-er yard.
BBD-WEAH DBPAHTMEST. -Wo havo
Just received tho following special values:
5,000 Bight-quarter Unbleached Cotton Bed
Sheets. Only 60c. each,
98 pair Hemstitched Linen Sheets, 3 by H
yards. Only A per pair.
Colored Lawn rillow Shams. Only 61 o.
HenHtltohed Linen rillowCaios, 4 byM.
fl,& and S8 per pair.
Window SiiADEsOnly a
postal card from you and we
will send a man to take an
estimate of your windows.
Every shade we make and
hang we guarantee to keep
in perfect order for one
year. Scotch Holland,
Hartshorn Roller and Clasp.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Corner lltli and P Sis.N. W.
Impressions of Berlin.
By Tbeopoius Child. With Illustrations by
T. TiiDptTKU- and Cuablm Mints.
Magellan and the Pacific.
By Bbwakd Evsatrr niL. With Illastra
lions from Old Prints and from a drawing
by A. K.Waod.
By Octavu ntssiL. with Illustrations from
photograph i by 3. SfiBS, Antwerp.
Street Life in India
By Ebw.bo loan Wecks. With Illustrations
drawn by tbe author.
Custer's Last Battle.
By C-miN Cuibls. Kino. With Map.
A Convent at Rome,
By Dr. Fmakom Pabxx;i.
Some Geology of Chicago
By Elibn B. Bamin.
Tbalast Adveataiesef tbe IHwtriaas Tar
tarla. By Au-uoiitt Bavbet. TrasriaUd
by llajiBT Jaxw. (Tbkd IastaHasaU
M'Mb lUustfattoSM Imb drawta by
JlVMi-u-ii, Kami aad MfthM-w.
The Uncle of an Angel.
A ausswr KoveUeste, By Tttaau A. Jam-
vwb. Wtta IBmsmUom itcawsi by W. T .
A Mmj. By Una Hwhwwb Pawiaj. Wisji
MtestrattoM ilsawa by Aw BAaaaa.
A Walk Up the Avenue.
A Stosy. By Btfiuut Hawams Uaw,
The Bathley Affair.
A Stesy. Mr Ujct C. Luua.
The World is Too
AfeMat, Br Wuau Woarnwaam.
To an Apple Tree.
Afls. Bf Cdaxbii KuiMir-
AVsa. BJWWW4 Urn
ASaaa. - " tim m i
fulur fHiAimWt Omm WiUtaM CurtM.
Tm m n i Is VtUtap Su ibak
ppssiiiii ! pk bpsppipjp pppjpf arppjpjpja
HARPER & BROTHER,
Rmorateri. Many Hrrowte-
ear. OaTtten nawlswmeiT Ftttert
ontNijra of ssASOw nm
momiay, Arnv.rr u,
TUB MAJESTIC CONSOLIDATION
Grand Outdoor Show.
TWO SHOWS FOR ONB rittCB.
winways seats now on sale ant lw
Is the Orat of All Miwleal lrnirtmni
Became It performs mi y mnss
.rom a watts t a M5l to an
OTettare or a symptwny man
ManMrritiy m rHew nrly
perfeot than any other stagle
Tbe Asollan Is not ntechanToal, tmt the
Jnarnrwlatlcn of It Is so simple that a person
eanietrn to play tt -with from ore tothreo
weeks' praoMcs). Tour vfstt to see this In
strument will be esteemed a favw at
E. F. DROOP'S,
W8 IA. AVE.,
Fote Agent for Stelnway awl Other First-
Class Pianos ami Organs.
GUARD EXCtjn$10NS TO DAMP riONIC
FAIH, OHANOK CAMP. VA
-yNA n , s
AUGfST 4 TO 9, 1KO. INCLUSIVE.
W , WDNB1
HALL, AND HAD V
Mother aro Invllcjl to bring out their
babies. Three Grand Prises. Open to all
babies under three years. No entrance fee.
Beautiful forty-acro grove, sixteen miles
A grand balloon ascension and paraohnto
descent Friday. Angn.t 8. Saturday, Angiut
9, tonrnamrnt and ball.
All kinds of games and amusements. String
and brass band, dancing, frte minstrel show
and dancing and boxing by tho favorite llttlo
W oshlngton "coons," Jess and John, dally.
Ilcgtilar and special trains lenvo Washing
ton dally nt 9 a. m 1 M, 4.45 ond 6 p. m. ne
turning. If ave Grango Camp at 7.45 a. tn., 1 M,
Hound trip tickets on sale nt D. ,t P. depot,
good any day except Friday. Augut 8 in-
, tw ,u w .,. )ll.
oludinir nilm Minn tn oi-nn,,.! rxtn vf,i.,
special dav, round trio. Inolndlcg ndmlMlon.
IBo. Children half rates.
A. C WILLIAM', Secretary.
ON TIIE CIIESArEAKE.
aval Academy Send,
FINBST ME.VLS. FINB8T ATTKACTIONS.
KVEIIYTBINO THE BEST.
Trains Itavo B. O. Depot, week days, 5.15
a. ra l.SOand-t.iep. m. Sundays, 9.16a.m..
1.30 ami 3.15 p m
Leave Day nidge, week days,8 30 andSJO
p. ra. Snndaji, 6 and 0 p. m.
Round Trip Tickets - - Sl.00
J. T. ODELL,
CnAS. 0. BCULL,
Jol,tf cea'l Passenger Agent.
Dfrectary of Lawyers and Law Firms.
sotn street nerthwest,
Washington, D. a
Webster Law Bnlldlng.
ItesldeHee, it!8 U street northwest.
3(1 ami W si t.. Cbanneey Building, near
Lonidaaa ave., Washington, U, C.
Praetleea In tbe Conrta of the Dlstrtet and ot
l'rlnee George's Coanty, Md. fe37-4A8.tf
E F. I'niLLirs. J.O.ZACHRY
). F. D. MeKENNEY.
PHILLIPS. ZACnRY & MeKENNBY,
. .. Attorneys at Law.
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A eft sxeelleat aad SfcaM Uwiaul
ajtfetiser. ItBoartsbas aad nigesatM b
Hi brala aad body, Imparts renewed Mgy
aad vitality and euHvw tbe fnaatloas.
Dr II. K. Clarke, Geaeva, N. Y., says:
"It baa pHMred af Kreat value ter lis taste
awl reilvlljtag tsMaeaee,"
Pr.J. Q. Stedawa, Wast BtaUtoboaa, Vt..
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