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THE DAILY CRITIC , TIU'RSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21,1890.
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tf f H-Oirr tO BE 8TOPP1D
It s t$ stacking' The Mugwump
fsfxtt trttt abns the member of tbe
tistelBJttwttOB' And trothlvt; cue stop
titer, orders Mr. Ws.istARB cm be
Itttnced to exclude them from the mails.
JSew, there It Mr. BRKRarr (3w York
ittitct) day ftr day saying something,
tsai Matt be lacerating to the feelings
f high ftermblfcaa offrcvre. For in
tta, 1st other day he emails called
atteBtfca to the fact I flat "old KM
JfAWt" hew dreadfully dfsrwpectfiil
lilt Is 'has a fon .Tons i promising
young man; sad then preceded to say.
withont ay apparent fair of the con
sfqttences, that: 'Young man Katjh
Mat word to the veterans that he wat a
atm of old him K.vrM, and would te
tht their eMtM were considered. There
hi ao veteran so dependent or so disabled
nr fo amck (taxed over the wain of back
pay as sot to tee that If any man has a
oll upon old man Havm tt It young
mi kacm. the family belnttrme of the
beet in llllnole, affectiottate ami united. "
"We snfemll that tMa kind of thing In a
rwwejptstr ought to be stepped, and we
appeal to Waxamakkr to atop It. He
raa do It, If the thins can be stopped by
A DOMESTIC AtlMIXISTIlATION
'We sympathise with the emotional
Ifew York Ihrald In ha grief oyer the
attacks upon Colonel Morgan, Com.
mlssloncr of Iadlan Affairs.
After refer tin? to the strange fact that
the Indian Commissioner It censured
tor hating appointed hli wife at hi
own "coaSdenllal private secretary."
aid for merely asking the Government
to pay her expenses wblle traveling with
liim, the JItmU Informs us that there is
an Impression that while woman bni
tit t retrained powers of observation and
titration. It Is nm In her nature to keep
a stent, and that such a position as
"ccindtntlal private secretary" la In
ermpatible with feminine hitman
nature. "But tbi impression." coo
Mews the IttT'tUl, "formed, we ate
afraid, upon a too hasty teadfnc of re
ports of Woman's Ittgbts Conventions.
IHnghtett of Rebecca. Sorocte. spelling
He, and temperance leagues and other
estimable organtiatkms, Is unjust."
And then the7rW declares that Com
aitsloner 1Iohoa deter tcs honor,
holding m he does a high placet by
showtng by the epp-Hntotent of bis wife
liow fatte ikla Impreasloo la. "lie lias
iially taken." says the JltmUl. "a noble
atip in vloaicatiou of the rights of
wiiman," ad then the JItruld adds:
"Ioi sorer, and let it be remembered
that tbta ie a domestic administration,
tli family tie moat sacred, ami that
hi liver u family man gels his note
Into the public cilb It It his duty to
bwttle about until the notes of the
allele family ate in contented abeorn.
tkin acd pcietiott of all that the erib
A lonecter position than that as
mid by the Htrald on this question
could not be take by any one, evea if
hit tbeojd labor bard to do so. la fact,
H la tk position. AVhy a mas, almpiv
leauw be hi in public posrtioa, sbouhl
be Htaid to select tome other man's
wile tor his private secretary la ptefer
twee to hie own, we eannot say, aad
why. when he gets the family nose into
the public ertb. he should not hustle
Md wake all the family bustle until
the family appetite baa been aatitfal
r the family nose liM been pulled
feaas the erib by the other party, m
e can expww. To do these thiage is
lite duty of a member at this domwUe
si'nbtUttatiou, and only a Democrat,
w a Mugwump, wtii eomplala wiiea
ibis auty Is nobly performed, as it is in
tie eaaee of Coenmkttoaef Mobuk,
Hiif erretendeet of Indian. Schools Don-
BieTEn and Coflunleatonerof PeaawM
9aim asd hU son Johm. "Get all you
cm out of pobJie position, for a pubiic
Hi si wivate op," hi taw ineotr.
bsg abwvfd of these nable patrlote,
aed it finds aa echo in the hatts of the
Wfcfetttouttt and in all Umj lieoutive
BettBets of the Qoveranieau.
t P X ATlaOpi' OF flWIAT
laattsaal debts u modem fatvea-Kt-
fby had no existence is the
asnog the Aaeietus. Indeed, they kave
hjMi MM to mark the Btogseaa of aa
tsoa iat esvUtsatio. AU if the propo
att he re. it woU sees to fothiw
bai that greater the ifttfail debt the
higtter eh drtlisattoti of the neomas,
vUto upon the Muste basis the kindred
intflitaj'tf'i Utat a wstiraiil dsejt la a
aQBtti &saaiaB2 aaae he Iuashaae.
to t trae that aaHejaat debts have
auttn u aad deveiopeai with taw pea-
tec etetttaatton, hut ae have iaad
axwtgagee, tniata and ay
kifetgff wAaah tawl to bmImi
ttve rkb racket aad the poor pooler.
svn wenwejr enanp4w P"4ararj 4sMma aianv eamnelnmaF Hp
BnanNnal. Watt HaTaa4iag WAgV fJt ia-
ter Uage and eaataM to hoard
ewwy as prewarattoD let war. wbJwh
kmwlh what should he active capttaJ
hatihe lalMKt of the gexifas- Aaothttf
acaewcenws to rob the .lews, o eahej
sflpanenBaa pisavaHam. epaman effsniBBgsBy T wWajHIla? "Penigr
manawAa "foatCtl IfSanVBft. '
9m he aeodttrse haxe bjarc4 how
8 their eadysuuess tat a mma aifea-
fUmmemiJbatlm, as4 at 4 mm
kftf ftjf'utfif i wtf tMiag the paopte kit
the aaetae of navinx she lataaaeas.
mar mawewemw " aWwEr 'ewe waweeiaaweaBaw'
ilsaaBI BrnTain aidFrsaf have '"'
ami "- aJ hesxeaasnat to aaahaaaat
rrF PWPPewaw ani' saaanBwmaaannnnnm sf savnapaPBnnBBaB
r Tl -Uisi words, they hv
nid id itiii stage of 'progress in
( 'li i n -nhlfh rtnihr i' Kt to
itr 1blr for tbm ever to Iny do-vn
ttiflr Viirden of 4-bt and taxatfon
wfthnit rpn1t0, orWfths petfjutual
peare hall wevafl. Thh fit pareuttly
true f i Fraww, which dw lonfrt
pt to rnMae Itt pnottc debt, but,
on tht contrary, continues to Increase it
fwrn year to yea.
Otcat Britain hm. ftfdewf . made o
derfnl progress backwards, ofcnruTge
tfftce her cftpftatfett retd natlownl
eta M a mark of efvittrnMlov. Stt
hat mhtced her dent one third tosity
Ive years, while her wealth tmi um.
i lattoft hate increased more Own two-
The national drW of Orwt SmtH
datei back to the ro Mlm of MSI
nt Jawsi II was overthrown and
William of Orange auccecile.1 bit. At
thai dare the debt wm only WU.W
i rjwal to tfetee and a qusrter mllli ws of
dollars. The attntml interest wa at
the rate of 6 ptr cent, and amonnte i t
I3t.".5. or let than ffDO.fW
The British American colonic v
that time wtr too tinwgwitcatit in num
ber sod wealth to take patt in the strug
gle for the liberties of the mother
country, but two cettttrrfe of growth
have made them the wealthiest natron
of the earth, and their revenues, for
three days troy equal the mftbamt
debt of Great Britain at that proud
epoch In her history.
The debt increased rapidly, and al
most incessantly for the nest 12S years
that Is to say, until the clow of the
long war with France, or IfAroutotr, In
1R16. There were exceptions, though
trifling, compared with the Immense
addition to the debt caused by tile war
with France, commencing in 1750 and
terminating in 17t3, the war with these
cohmlei, commencing In 1778 and termi
nating in 1783, and the war with N A
rot.m commencing In 17OT and termi
nating tu 1816.
The Mist of these wars added eighty,
sl.x millions of pounds to the debt; the
second added one hundred and twenty
one millions, and the third added six
hundred and one mlllroo.
The reductions in the debt, la the
meantime, were two millions unlor
Gbohor I.; ten millions after the peace
of 1703, ami ten millions after tbc close
of the American war.
After the close of the war with !Na
roLKox, the reductions became con
siderable, and, at the same time, the
reductions In the rate of interest served
to lighten the burden of the debt to the
In IS If. the debt, including tho aanu
Ity capitalized, amounted to .CMJ.IM,.
COO, and In 18s0 it bad been reduced to
X08,Uii,Jm. In the meantime the
rate of Interest has been reduced from
5 to S per cent. The aggregate Inter
e', therefore, h now only about bn
fif V a of what it was In 1916.
Great Britain Is Indebted to her free
ttale policy for these great rodnvloos
of ber public debt, for the rod not Ion of
the rate of interest and for the general
prosperity ber people have enjoyed for
forty years past.
TI1K TWO HICES-HOLT OP TUE
Out In Kansas, at Fnt Scott, thetc
lives a gtntlimsn who is known far and
near as Genital Joun II. Kics. lie Is
80 yesrs of age maybe, but is the youm:
est man of bit age in the United States.
Indeed, be bus all the enthusiasm of a
youth of 30, and tb force and energy of
a steam engine. He thinks and acts
simultaneously, and yet be is never pre
matute in action, and certainly Is never
immature or too batty in thought lu
polities he is a Republican, aad has
been for many years. He wat
bom ami bred In Georgia and went to
the bar Ja that State. Atthebreakiogout
of the war of tbe rebellion be became a
Southern "rustler" in the cause of tbe
Union and finally got out to Kansas ami
became one of the typical ultra Repub
licans of that perverted State, When
ever be saw a Democratic bead be bit
it with all bis mkbL And he be gone
on Doming tbe Otmoeratic party andi
bating It; eatabHshlng Republican pa
pert, dearies In lands, building rail
roads, leadiag lu public enterprises
and raising bis family la tbe fear
if nothing sad in devotion
to the Republican natty Indeed, be
sems to be possessed of bo Southern
trsit of ebaraeter except eourage, boaeety
and a good opinion of himself. He is
essentially a Yankee through ami
Unougli a tegular Connecticut blue
btllj a grim old fellow who would'
have steed hick in tbe councils of
CnexwRtL. aid if he had been with
old Job Bmowx in Kansas ami Yir
U4a wtuld have been as fanatical asul
at f ail a he wiu.
Will, towe time ago the rteubUgase
of Foil Scott aomi waled old man Rtes's
young son Jouu H. at their candidate
for the legislature, aad the yoautg
num said to be "a regular chip est the
old black" accepted Am nomiuatioa
and asHMHtaced himself as an Im all
This sutooaceuuKU aroused the old
au Into actio instantly. He d
Bjottftcesi taw yosiBg atasti poettioa, and
decbtaed hlmwtif to be as independent
anti-ljioAXU.' caodidaie is oppositiost
to bis son ! ant opposed to Mr. Is
e.ai4.'a re-eiecUoa," be aajki, "beeaitM
be has held tbe oalce eighteen yean
aaai hat oVaws from the Tseaauiy dstf
hag that due about li.0a)0, aad all
his services for tbu time up to June 1,
ssT ICajttaji i9 cents, heoauae hit is a
positkai shyster of Use nrt waiet ; hs
rarite he hat ao pirrtTti biliigilij. aad
theaefose ao noaMcai hostaatv. aii
..-wt v mm?i imp enBwnwepf a stBjrsanv-sj
to double faced that, is the Uagtuge
of Mate. Us Staxj., if you were
to kirk hisa hthisMi he would smile
to fioat.' UeU ahtiattatat rlttocrs.t,
raid blondeii h his staMee, sjati suJknkU
aad sjow, wbes tfae ttrtfe for his re-elec-tks
is at ImmIj to aha hot iisaeia til
tiaeaa "yf yaass, ka tettagaaaai aha
act that these are fmitaers avtag fat
Kaaaaa. lie has bo ide of any atonl
eitment is poHtic, but buceadgr pro
claiBBs hiatarlf a nftiteal hsycaitafr
AOt tisriainl wath iSMniinriali-Mv
- - - p,"w wp(s aewep BBBmawswenmmmBjewtr
ie vesAiaj, wase) a htiX an 1
ej tJnwta) vw ptthhrnVejl Ib, tew Y.
ScettJfetH. Bi owe paper ik Mku
iji edited by bis sob refutJ to pab
it'll thf -j n rti, ' hi tnii ta t in r " .
clfftomcr'til the I (Jencrnl, ind he I?
now out on the warpath, in foil war
wtnt, with his toBtshawk in Ms hand
and wtioofing for tralrva. Jo this
speech he dettownce! not flirty stfor
IxnAj t . but Preafdeot H.w, tfce
Silver law, the Tariff Mil ami the Klec
tlwis bill "Tm McKrafcv bill." he
Aid, "it a measure of rtrfamonf ro
brry flas'wt tbe Wester) ptopte. ami
esprclaily the farmers. It was
piled nod drafted by a men Who ktotti
as much about tbe wants of the farmers
a hog knows ebmrt ttttroBomy. It
Was framed at the wilt and injttgeHon
of Eastern munnfvturleg iotewsts, aa I
t the dlctatloa of that Iceberg In the
White House "
He then took up lnMt.M and re
femd to that geatlemsn'i celebrated
Itodtk tamers Interview published is
the He Totlt World and llltwtraled
nh cuts, showing tbc Senator In
twetstven different attitudes. On
this vjfect the Genet! said:
"Bat, friend, took at tbe picture a nt)
m-r, a I'rtttetl Ststcs Senator, an rt-vtce-pretdeat
and presMvnt pro ttm. of that
sucnet body, the Senate, MMking socn a
clown of himself, posing ss a mowatebenk
before tbe worW. Think of Hetiry Clay,
IHnlel Webster, UnHimiu. Charles Sumner,
orsnyot the great men of psst deeailes
appearing to sack a rktlctikius role. Some
close ot server, stho exstntned the cats
to tbe WmrlH, tt notlceil that, 'In the
twenty-seven Hftmten given, Mr. Iagatls
bad on nine different pairs of pants, and
this would Indicate ttmt tha nlptnr wt
all taken beforehand, at various times, anil
sated for tbls occsrion, nr that tbe iJlenlfteJ
Senator went ont unil ckangeit hts breeches
every time he assumed a new attitude.
Tet this is the man tbe Republicans of
Kansas bow down to and say 'great art
tbon, oh, sUIUhUuUIoe Ingatls,' bnt as
for me, I'd much ratber bow down and
woMhlp that other brarea calf mentlonel
in the Scripture.
After this ilia, General begau to feel
the (fleets of the heat In tbe opera
bouse, ami asking the Indulgence of
bis audience, he took off his coal, say
ing: "This is a warm night and I want
to go slow, fori have an unpleasant piece
of work to do in tula Ixoalm matter.
1 am going Into the scalping business
on my own book Jtfst now, and I wish
to keep cool acd do a good Job."
lie then denounced the Senator as a
s crlllgous man who Indulges in char
acterless twaddle and demorallrlng
enunciations, at a man who'knows the
heights and depths of political dishon
esty and corruption-, as a blasphemer;
as a bulldorcr, as a man of no moral
stamina, by nature dishonest and devoid
of political purity and of common com
prehension of the dlffetcnce between
tight and wrong. And s ) on aad so on,
winding up oa Ixo.u.i.a by declaring
that by taking Inoamj to his own
record he could be made to ray
1 wouM some things were dead and bid;
Yrs.'eetii and burled itsep ai be II,
With rseollectlon dead at well.
And resurrection, Clod for bid '
The figbt is a pretty one. and we are
ct Joylrg it very much.
The General it a whole kiln of bricks.
Tits Chicago Elevated Terminal
Railway Company, with a capital stock
of tSS.OOO.OOO, has been Incorporated.
The autbotiaed purpose of the com.
pany is to construct a Hoe of elevated
track between designated points In tbe
city, furnishing elevated terminal facllt-'
ties for the ttatsenger traffic of all rada
that desire to avail themselves of It.
with Commissioner Tortcr' estimated
population of the United States for IStJO.
bis Bgures belojf ai.OOQ.OOO, and asserts
that tbe public mutt believe that the
ptesent figuring it untrustworthy, or
that Walker's census of 1380 made tbe
population much greater than it actually
Mite Joma MomeiNi Is one of tbe
belles at Saratoga this year. Tbe young
lady Is an export horsewoman, and U
attended by a handsome young Irish
groom, but ber family folks are not
afraid that she will follow ber elder
tlstei's example in tbe matter of matri
mony. Oku or tub physician present at
Kejiwleii's execution claims that be
bas four bottles, of Joe murderer's re
mainstwo having In them blood from
bis beait, one peril of bU brain aad
spinal cord, and one with pieces of the
burned skin at tbe base of tbe spine.
A Tkibe or Ikpia.hs hitherto un
known to tbe white man, has been dis
covered in the Grand Canyon of tbe
Colorado. Tbey live in a valley ca
taUbag 3,600 acres of him), (aetoeeU by
perpendicular wall -1,000 feet high.
Hfvamn ark to be ai&da lo bseak
ap the "wateh club" butieess in vari
ous towns of Coaaeetietit, by nsoseed
lag agaiast then natter tbe State la we
relating to lotteries, games of ehaaee,
' i ii
Ptum du inw York tkrvld.
Uektt where the hoator or safety of
the- Ceeaoav,eabli hi eossearaed w
favor MbUratlos. The Behriag Sew
CMrtfevetfty k is point. The fur seal
fishery lea eosaaseicisi veatuw, and
alihough uader the Americas nag the
interest Is British. Tbe aiOse aw taken
to SBglead, tsune dsosted as4 sold,
"five thousand people." we are told,
living on the tsdattry. America k
therefore in tbe odd peeitios of coa
UndiBg agaioM Ureal Brhais for the
protectiotjof m iattweat whack hi ae
much British as though it weae owaved
AttM LMB2 .
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fftt bus I ever we esgaged to.
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Ttt fcan ieBAMeWsl
U iffrllil sbMIIbIK J, tflgJKaWliUt Cfcfc4iwi
O 4W4M, hot had oi pim wi fate,
it sftat fapmmm Sst V ' uttfc Uilka.1
14-. vhi eat Wtbiuit&u wa bats
Wkii uuV iu aetou-t ol jfoW wm wove!
iU EfflRffif Qetfll tOJf bsbWbbwiIi
t9awX tflTP 1J laMIt W WftM wTwVl
Aaa teeJ tweet coauort w the snostflht!
'-U lUi ch SJxe battle' tar hiios
i nM tin. wrog at astJui sdee,
And boufibt the good, but kaeir it net."
1 am a 8ositi'nani,f
i lured the ttouU; I tared fur hw
o sisht laam asitSflBlo she sea
eSta & BBMBS
out iiimb BWBwt wasstmsi
Ai.J ttt Mttk i4ol, bweiSBg ieooiti
twsv saja eassosi
- SSU t ice i hbuiye.ii
'tu nv i.
lit IUohUi Co
r tlMlliT" llgl
haat Iff- lewnlat stmate.
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aaatfem Ha ehahu anal
IIOIEL . IRRIl 'ALS
Afltrcmof W. H. FusseiH PWla.lelttiii
t hartes Jtom, ,ntto Kan.; W, B.
pMa, 1nti.; C. ft. Wit, m. Evar...
.Jfwes Wllmarth and BarlMor, Boston; F.
P. Aeflerron, Ctevesatid, fmfo; B. A.Co-
-ii, "woi jren.; vti intra . JAltie, Ho
Springs, Ark.; A. i. Rami, Canton, Miss
vsJf wSgTt MS
R-inok, a.; J. V. ftoormtk. N9w fork;
g. u. itimMn, Maramjtsya..tSmttiMo,,
wife, tolls', Test! ff. W.Ofefy, Sew
I.niikln, Rfelwnowl, ? g. R, RlyiSen.
WfflnrtPt , S. iaok.
F. Fottsr, 4. 0. rarson, S. w7
Howiieg HTten, ny.
. ?fr-ieorge l. mshwsrte, Dttr Fark,
Sid.: W. K llftrrls and wttsv SUltJa,
Jr. T.; R. W. Flonrnoy, AMrtta, Oa.
raV-Satan l O. KeWlf, PWIs4el
phia; Cfcartes K. Pesrce, St. toifs.
rVt-ojn (iootmatt, Lee is. Rg
tsttd: 1. s. Rmertkowse, fort; W. F.
jVarmanrfie Jtenry mseekmssk John w
fr'fSBM, Wilhntelphfa; T, , Fy, aeve
JBWW R. M. Conway and wife, Owen-
JtotelJotmmti. tV. Ilatner ami wife,
Fmporla, Ksn.; Oeorge W. Cartofl, K. S.
Johnson, New York.
A statue to John Boyle O'Reilly i
suggested in Uoston, ami receives tbe
favor of a nnrnber of Journale,
Captain Kbenercr Morgan of Groton,
Conn., wbo-died last week, flrst'mlsed
the Alnerlcan flag la Alaska niter that
Omnlry had Iwcomc Uflltetl States
Mr. 11. 11. Johnston, the British Con
sul In Nyassaland, has been made a
Companion of the Hath. II. it. John
ston, who it not 30 years old, made bis
first visit to Allien several years ago,
when be visited and described the Boer
colony at Ilumpata in Portuguese An
gola. Miis Harriet Hosmer Is preparing to
leave Chicago for Rome. She has com
pitted the model for tbe Orerar Lln
coin Memorial, on which she hat been
engaged since latt December. Sue ex
pects to leave for Kuropc on the iWth or
27th of September.
Among the relics of Daniel Webster
on exhibition In Boston, in contraction
with the Grand Atmy gathering, were
a fine oil painting of Webtferby Realty,
a statuette made by ball, a rare engrav
ing of the deathbed scene ami several
articles used by tho great lawyer, such
as a wicker flask, a cod line reel, a nih
il) K bat, a fishing knife and fork, etc
- Tbe vaulting ambition of Mist Kate
Dean of Mlddleport, Ohio, a co-vi-looking
22 ycir old girl, got her Into
jail at l'omii y. Miss Dean was ar
rested forgoing into a pasture Held,
making a bridle cf her apron strings,
mounting a bone belonging tu lion
Hamilton and riding the animal, man
far Ii Ion, around the flekl.
Queen Victoria pays great attonliiw
to the floral wreathe which sue semis
out. Inquiry Is made as to what were
the favorite flowers of the deceased per
ron, and If it it possible they are ob
tained. All Ibe royal wreaths are
made at tbe gardens of Trogmore.
Hiate Senator Cogsesball of tbe
Onedla district, bas recently crossed
the Rocky Mountains riding on the
cowcatcher of a Canadian Pacific
Railway train. He tells a Taooma re
potter th st so Impressed was he with
tbe grandncta of the scenery that at
timet be felt like shouting like an un
"I should like to tee Scotland ngsln,"
said Dr. McCosit the other day. "Dear
old Scotland, with all ber great assocla
lions and grand and noble men! I can
never forget ber. In memory I revisit
ber every day of my life. I bad my
ticket bought not Ions ago for a voyage
to ber shores, but I was not able when
tbe time came to go to Scotland. I hope
yet to see Scotland cnoe more."
OKI Nicholas Lunlng of San Fran
Cisco, who died the other day worth
913,000,000, was very gratplng and
miserly. Some time ago an acquaint
ance who met him noticed that be
looked very unhappy. "What Is the
matter, Mr. Lunlngr'be asked. "Mat.
ter enough," growled tbe old rail,
lionalre: "I've got s5.000,000 lying Idle
In tbe bank, beuie I can't loan It at
anything over 0 per cent."
Ceuliln't lie liHlIUozed.
Frdm JJaitmt i huiiir.
Talter I really do hope you will
6ttle this little account to-day, sir, I
have a heavy bill to pay my cloth
Captain (calmly) Confound your
impudcMe' You ge and eoatreet
debts aad eosae duanisg we to pay
then . Get out, or I'll sead for the
"Did ou glo tbe reeeeiiua f" asked
the Tetefrapa-wire of the Lamp post.
"Kft Where v.ae it V
"At the Subways. They had tu4te
a blow out I heard."
They dtta't mvite am. I guess they
knew I couldn't get down."
to snuplv a Mbtiiuue fur mother's milk
are oAea sUtatded with til geta; a mmV
abl find, given Jadtetossiy, will alwata
give saitsfaetiog. HdUn's Fuod is aeV
tBOfoaghly tabtihil at the beat notit
bmeM for infanta. lu food effects are wit
sesaed in the tebuat Mksof the tbousaaali
of e bikaiea who have bo reared upas tt.
AMlcJe kaowa to iae4loal dUbuob am used
to Biepsriw Oaai't aaraapartlia. Svety Ja
ssesueu U "trtrfvllr setected. nertonsItT ea
ataiaed acd ouJyttw bo retaiaed, The
lanetoliin 1a iefiaifitt u aJax iad aomiia
of tbAJwagslr eostiieteat p&wmaehjts, d
esesy step m the Dfwau 4 nasateetate is
easetsl,! watched with um to MsutB ta
good's atrsaawttti Ue beapowtite issaU.
it is waasa tr combijutwhpj
ssaeesatala. aseem te ao rthfr assslBSats,
ass) hf wstsh the P?)i issiii"iiBf t4sar af aat
hr Ss eass satrasic mtit, uxi ias assv
tasser sate uaa any auwiv ytetuu itios,
Ttsirti T' r.xtauimvm
etavisa been w Uw dtug wa Mtsot
m bssbmss w;r uimi ;4M m Wm
ISBSSikbKW eacarieae: wiwal t
lajSBWMlt hs bekt .eituu Uooi
da laser let, u4ar oibmersajajsavof
tttBtistaslast (eras'' W a BaSn&t
IssHs aa4 stowaid ti.. BaJiijje d.
it m tBtjsrliiii i, mi to . mmi
tm mm tssie Buiiix
Bray, . W. Hray, U etwge, Oa.; W. L.
Kakln, Chattanooga, Tewa.; D. VT. tTU
nsms, P. A. Frchertmt, Jtew Fork.
NEW SHOE STORE,
No, 929 F St. N. W.
Fine Shoes for tadfes.
Fine Show for Mfares.
Fine Shoes for Children.
Fine Shoes for'Gentlemen.
Fine Shoe? for Boys.
All Style of Fancy Slipper.
All Colors Made to Match Dresses at
WILSON & CARR'S
New Shoe Store,
ko. wo r sTHKirr s. w
Washington, D C.
IT IS POSITIVELY SO,
We Can't Impress a. need of
prompt asMon on your part,
with reference to availing your
Vi selves of the rMrtlottkr advnn- v,
tagee of this f'antefail" ' sea
son, any more forcibly than to
glvo you our word that' the
current week is tbe vory last
opportunity we can give for re
ductions on summer goods.
What we sell we must dispose
of quickly, because fall stook
it already beginning to come In.
If not sold, the few baby car
riages, water coolers and re
frigerators we have remaining
must go into the storerooms.
Now, you know enough fl,bout
business to realize tint we'd
rather tell an article at a big
sacrifice than to store It. But
that ono thing or the other
mv$t ttke place "it positively
so.'' Therefore, wo romiml
you to consider woll our large j
dltcmints on Furniture, Car
pets, Ao. Here Is an Idea of
what we are doing:
Best Quality All-wool In
gtaln, made ami lakt with beet
paper lining, loo.
100 Moquette llaseOcUs.'Wc.
100 Body Brussels Ottomans,
100 MtMiuette Ottomans, 90c.
200 Smyrna. Rugs,-I feet by
7 feet, $.10.
78 All-wool English Woven
Druggotts. 00c Miuare yard.
150 Ail-wool Art Square at
05c per square yard. Itedueed
Host Quality Seamiest White
ami Fancy Straw Matting, 83e
You can't possibly make any
mistake on any reduced goods,
but you'll make a big mistake
if you don't seeure tbetn this
Thirteenth auil r Streets.
OIiEclsiy f Lawyers and Law ta,
evalM e"WssBjaej nyvsaaj ttbihj
WashhNtas, E. a
Htssd m H st. OteaaM BntMtne. aear
toutsiaaa ave , Watltlnstoa, P. C:
Prsettoe la the Ooatu at the iaaaitat aad ei
ftkte serene's UwiatytlB.TsaS5Jl
;. PHII.UP8. j. u. zimtet
f. B. McKBelatSY.
FHIU.JP. ZACBBT MeKmVMST.
Aiaof&eea at law,
iardAU ins BaikUa.P.
Horsferd's Acid Phosphate.
A BawMst ?s04iUMs't Mtlt ttt0etsi6 eiattlt Mil
essWai teesawt WBal bfawa7e Iffsfismltet aWswaWMat lMfst9
sMmt TaatsWr 1sUiTe4 tiM
jt smUH ptHWTilJ 9$ sVHlet wswits Itsf tStasVS
bbW CeWBtflrtasBf atVAaBBBWawsV
Br. J- X- HSBiIbbbs. wees
saw! SdSBsasve tesae I esar ,
itatsaseea liUMtiastes aaei
at Bssatad on ts laiwl. 4"
W. W. BltBBfhM aUJBBtt HSKsV.
HERRQN & RAMBYt
Vhutct. 9- C.
Wilson k Carr's
TOOBWARB iOTBROf ,
Cajrnst ttth mH ?sts. n, wi
Wi are offering a srtmM
lot of Blak Lc "Fatintl
r3ys Riiching, the wholesale
prfce Of which has Ueeti 50c
per yard, at the ridimilouil?
low retail price of 32c per
Also 40 doien WhiteLawn
Tins, hemstitched ends, bust
values we have ever offered
at the price; I2c each.
TWOXIDerXMBK BAfrOAIitSm OM)VB9
Ladies' 4011 tton Kid
Gloves, In brown, tan and
black; ortly$i per pair,
Ladies' 3button length
lilousquetaire Suede Gloves
in tan, embroidered backs;
only f 1.50 per pair.
Pint 86or, eeetre.
A JRBW MIDSUJtMia lUQOAIXS X MU8
Ladies' Muslin Chemise,5
pointed yoke of three Ham
burg insertings and four
clusters of tucks, Hamburg
edge around neck, sleeves
and down front; only 50c
UlleV Miulln Walk Id bUliU, llmlnnt
tnffle ami tour lam tneks above tbe nitlle,
BBtshett with votre, only Tie. each. ,
Laittes Miwlln nowtw, ltnbbsrd yoke, two
ItambBrff hMarttnm ilxl fmir nhutam of
tnokn, Ilambtirc ruMe around necit and'
tleerrs, onlr no. eaoh.
Ladles' V7cn Hreoilway Obrssts, mwllusa
Jroath waist, aood flttlMr, only We. per pair.
Laities' Diamond Corsets, tool ftuallty, lw
Tslstetl.smbrotasreil arouiMt top ami bast.
Laille' H. A O. Cerssti, Umg ami mtkim
waist, fine oontll, twosMe steeln, double sleet
down front, only St per pair.
tceowt Koor, annex.
Ksmeober we are tbe wle aeentt for Low's
tttttl Hcmw Soap, S9e. per box of one tlosen
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Corner 11th and P Sts.N.W.
Use of tbe feell-tlesen best aea4sale al
elatrieal schools la Kew Baclaixl. Tbajaj
nssat et Ml 1b aitraaee wl onver erdiaT7
tehkiB, vrltb bear J, tor fall term, bsetaalag
Seed for eatalosne to
2V. i. M.&TSBLE.frlastiwI.
rent and lull ten free. An entraase f e of S9
far cas, heat ami eare ef room. All expenses
moderate. Term bsghw SETTEMDBR 30,
PKStdsat. ilsaili lite, Fa.
T, JOSH'S COLLBflE,
MM mtim eeaui)Bes ttTU SBPraM
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of Jtasy, BaasHcs kasMd by staass. Tstbm
taedsssts. rr eatategsM aditsess the
THOMAS PBLL, LL.D.. Hi. B.
npumest chjwwi ajj coubsik.
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Washington, D. O.
BCTtooT, rrr ARTS AWD SflBNrW (Oeorne
town osltete). 8ew term beg ins Septem
ber 11. Preparatory Department rat
Boarders, collegiate Depattrowrt for
Boarder and Say Seholarst 4. Htxtm
ItttrKAtmn, 8. 3., President.
SjCHWlt, 0T JtBDtCntK. TStin npem)Oeeo
mSiiii Miaauntn, .D.Bea,sti
Vet nroal wv, . n. tr.
stBww, f la. tenaetxBsoetoter t.
8, it, Tiuva, feeretart, Meristowit
Ms mtiMma, vt. Purt Hl s. n. w.
rttysM JtrcflAJtns, i., nmtvt.
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Mllfmry Cenvtem oMairitttltron,$lJFW
ten sQIftim Fftr pirtWiiisrt Wrws
R. W. SLVBBTBtf,
at. Mary's Qtsmty, Md,
OT, hVKS9 SCH&Ob,
Bnstleton, near rbtladelphla, Pa.
A hMrh-elats Kbeol. Bseepttmatly frsfttth
rel teeatfea. Dstlnbltal mrrmadle, Detm;
good work, rreoare or Ha; eettetw nr bl
ness. Beys seat tbts year to Tale, Harvard
awtfttaeetOB. SpeefoleMeef yeoaeerbeTs
It 1MB ber limited.
T INDE SBJllSAnV,
lifltz, ra. '
A SchOM for yohflit iritis tod youac ladles,
at Llttta, Lancaster comity, fa. 97th year.
A tale, comfortable sebosl heme; tboreegh
mctbodst oarefaloverslshtof thelmllrtlaal
pupil! advanoed ooarses of study! very pleas
ant loeatlon; steam heated, K0 per year.
"ITTTBLLS COLLSnE FOlt WOMEN,
Aurora, Cayuga Lake, It. Y.
Tbrtc tall eonrses of study. Location
beaotlfnl &Dd bealtbfut. A refined Cbrlstlan
heo. Nowbnlldlnfi readv noxt Septetaber.
Session begins SEr-TBMDEK 19, 1900. Send
OUTaBIt'S COLLEOE rrtErAIlATOKY
New &rnswlelc, N. 3.
DeeHlrag Sieheol for ftoyt andYonag Mm.
TreimrM fer'tre oast se4teg, selsntlfle
schools or basmses.
K. n. COOS, A. M.,rB. D..
ONE Of THE BBS? IN NBW ENGLAND.
etnitwit'.lncTryeolleln New BsglaiHl.
A tbersQgh prenaratloa. -Flrst-etast aolll
ties In BngUtb. Balldwtsiow.largeandat
tractive. Laboratories, ayawaileu aad all
tseUttles, Able teaebsrs. Tsra aseIsrats.
gaitotw Ttlrar, Vt.
jyr im Aiken's school pon anas.
EstaWsbed in lew. Frsparss for eellsge,
travel and betse. Tbe method by wblsb tbe
meatal taenltles are edtieated will be feoad
la tbe seeosd edittoa ef Mls Aiken's paca
pblst oa "Coeeeatrated Atttetlea," new
reedy, for sale at Br Butane's, tUaleaSqaare,
BOABDINQ AND DAT SOUOOL POR
A ens' sway trad preparatory wwrssa,
Frtaeirals, mm ElSJINfl aad Ml SB
ejtrittains term bagtas OCTOBER . Ber
as telegas alStess HOSSMARY HALL.
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.Ii 4 E TIW3IAS lj5,taw,i
f-Vf 5ATI0NAL THEATRE
Opetirng of the Regrtlar Peaoo,
arONIUY. At"T ST ,
AT1EB8 WEDNESDAY AND SATI'PD VY1
Jirrt Appearaae in wnmngton or
OROAN1ZED It RUROPE
Wat Bow m sal r'm offlf e vn".
THEATRE, J1TH ST
LADIES' MATINEE 9ATLRUAY
Resided bJ the Child riienomonon.
tmgsln Prve Languages Load the Or ne
tra. wawt,8 Snprbiy
ONBAT GARDEN erTciW'
Scientific Sparring Ethi' !uon
Wtl.LT Ytrrao AND OTHERS
Nest Week The Aathnr of "Dnwn w.-n
Jemty." Sheridan A Flynn's i o anm
Is the Srit of Alt Mosleat Instrnment
I) twins It performs any mnslo
row a waltz or n ballad to an
OTBrtnre or a symphony more
benntlfnlly and mote nearly
rerfeet than any other single
The Aeolian Is not mechanical, bnt tfr
wmipwrathm of It Is so simple that a persoi
eaalesni tepmy It with from one to thro.
weeks praettce. Tour visit to see tbls li
strument will be esteemed a favor at
E. F. DROOP'S,
Eole Agent for Stetnway and Other Flrst-
umss iianos ana urgans.
ONIIB CHESAPEAKE, (J
OPEN JUNE i-l!
Naval Academy Band, i
F1NB6T MEALS. FINEST ATTRACTIONI
EVEHYTniNa THE DEST.
Trains lento I). A O. Depot, week days, O.fc i
fi. m.. 10 nnd i.Sil n. m. Rnnd ax. 9.A5 n. m I
I JO al 3.15 p Dl it
Leave Day nidge, wccK days, 0 30 and B.
p. m. Sundays, a ami 8 to p. m.
Round' Trip Tickets -
J. T. ODELL.
rtaneral Minucr. &'
CtlAS. O. SCULL,
Oen'l Tasiengsr Agcst.
Charles Scribnei's Sons 1
1IAVB JU3T 1'UUUIMll.U I
the Best InienlionJI
A Mldtnmnisr EpHxIe. Uy Mim' iIm
unu. ismo, eiatn, in paper, '
TbeKcae of thb nova) h tho I-Iiu.li
Maoltlnae, on Lake Huron, and the c ntr
flenres area young conole on their wrldini
jonrnoy, It Is an absorbing ttoryof love an
JHkmT aad bar many -pagss cf clmrn.j
dessrlptlott of a conatry rich la bUtorlKri a r
NEW 9TOB1M FOlt SUMMED. KEADIV4
By OcTiVB Thawkv, lltnitrated by A. f St
Frost. lmo, etotb. St: paper. Ji. 1 1
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and aberblig."-N. Y. Tribune.
The Lawton Girl,
Dy HaiioU) raanaaie. lSmo, cloth, Sl.i
, Tbe reattsm Is vlrtd and tmthf nl. It wont ,
be difficult to Sad tn fiction a strong'
tketeb." Boston Jonrnal. '
The Broughton House. ,
By Bum Fehdt. tsmo, 8t,.
"A bilsbt, wsll-wriuen story, told wit hi
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uman natDre." Boston Saturday Erenln,
Day and Night Stories
By T. It. Stt.uv.iN. Umo, cloth, ; i
"Mr. SulHvaa is ptsataatly original,
ad BBtiaated. Ills storiss are caret a .
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Bf Ciunuu Dl'MST Wiehsk. Elcbly lilt!
liatsd by C. S. HUnmu&T Post Svo.lU
Summer Holidays. ;
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lmt eve, tBothOraasswitaL SI is.
Our Journey to the Hebride
By Isient Psvmsu. aad Bluihth R .
PiMiau.. lUatrated PoU i-va, : '
A Tramp Trip,
Las MawnMi. with Portnit. 1 m
Knocking Round theRockle
By BauMMv rmwatOT i.. author u "Pr em I
wasaa KaowlMC," "Tae ice iBsen.
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Nooks and Corners or tht.
New England Coast. ,
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i as to laaJsMsauiacture ad l
ST BBBIM P. YSUM. !UUaU4t. i. Sffi
Oty By in tae Woods
to. A Tranoas Vttttjr to iijie a. Hi-
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