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THE DAILY CRITIC, FJUDAY EVENING, AUGUST 22,1890.
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Al Ifct dlniiM given to President Hah
HtKW hi Boston last ww, Ira mM,
Wkta tki tithe for speech making b I
Th PtesMrtl of the United States, who
Tf k war bate bt, from tfc first to
tie lass, as alw ays found la tin cltlten
tWttM Mataectwsttta stamtcfe supporter
of IS futon's Conttttttttoa.
Ura Chicago Tinm takes Mr. IIanri
rtW to task for making this fluttering
nsMtk which shows that he Is not al
together tip In "history of the ItepuWIc
that hM made him Its Chief Magistrate."
"We think, all things omtltlereil, the
Tlmtt Is a little too exacting. "I found
a button In this hash," said a hotel
pncst once to an attending waiter.
"Well," was the indignant reply, "what
ilW yon exoect to find a silk umbrella?"
Jn the same spirit we ask the Tim.i
what docs It expect of Mr. Harbison?
With Mr. Di.ai.iii, the Mpgest man In
!ls Cabinet, insisting on one" thing In
ireaitl to the tariff, ami Mr. McKixtdcr,
the leader of the Hone, demanding
another; with Mr. Qu.vr, to whom .Mr.
llAimisoN.ls said to be umler peculiar
obligations, proposing to shape things
his way in the Senate, while the old
timers, whose word has been the law of
the party there Litherto, are frantic illy
protesting that they mean to have
theirs can It lie asked of Mr. Hahri
row, under these circumstances, that he
ihould spend his time Btudylng Uuitetl
States history? No, Indeed, and so long
as ho makes do worse mistakes than he
dUI at Boston he should not be criticized
too leverely. Many of the Massachu
setts people themselves, apparently,
often forget some of the most Interest
inc facts In the history of their Stnto.
NO NXQHU NKED APPLY.
The Ilepubllcan postmaster at St.
J.ouls, by the k race of Mk. H.vkrisox, Is
Msjor Harlow, who secured the olHce
In the face of formidable opponents be
cause he was a full-bred civil servio
it. former. The Frttman, an organ of
tlie colored people, publish! at lull in
atll. a few days ago contained the
fallowing Interesting little Item as to
the manner In which Postmaster IIak
j.ow carries out his civil service Ideas
when the eolor rjueetlon Is Involved la
A vacaaey Ih tbe nosey order division
HtW ailed. The iwue o( Collin Scott
wm selected from the civil-service list of
"tdfgtWe," sad Collins Seott was up
(tainted. In mpouse to the notification of
aiipelnltacBt, t'. S. appeared bright and
t-arly to go to work, when, horror of bor
rani be was wn to Us a Mirro, ilnuMtcoal
black. "L'olonl" Knapp.rtfiitliifctoIUteo
to .Viator Harlow's explaaetion or apologies
(nklcb were numerous), banded luhlrlg
uatlen acd Ned tbeoMca. Major II ariovr
tptnt tbe balance of tbe day apoloftlslBg to
Ids oatragtd clerks, ami at the "kuockUMC
eH" boar told Codies Scott bts service
ttmld be no longer needed. A white man
new filk Scott's place.
It Is a singular thing that occurrences
qf thU kind, in which manifest Injustice
is tlooe to black men at tbe North, In
variably escape the notice of patriots
like Mr. Hoak and Mr. Pryk at the self
same time when they are orating them
telvee red In the faoe and out of breath
In the interest of the black men at tbe
A TYPICAL WAXAMAKBR HK
I'UBLIOAN. Mr, Auucst Omtman, alUw Lva, bos
been arrested at CIselBBatl upon tne
obarge ef swladling, and he Is bow
pJalag behind the Iron bare of a pdeoa
Sir. Ustman U a genius. He com
Usee in bis wake-up builnase quail fl
cattene tbet would iUstingnlsh hloa as
maaager of Mr. Waxamakkr's shop
kUIi auUeat for rellgkM that would
make hisa a shiRlag light U Mr. Waxa-
HAKRR'e Susuiay school ; ad, certainly,
Us peculiar busineM qualtneailoss aad
HHfSiMas ability would stake hla a
h uch better Aaaiaiaat Poatwatter
Qt,Rnl ussier Mr. Wahamakkr ih.w
Ism stalul, rough aad (usable and very
v ksUe Ciajkj
lis. QmHAX was a eusjwsns IsMoeetor
at Jf w Yotk usuier Mr. Akthdr. He
4M his duty too well aad wae dis-
, wkeMunosi he wU iato kstti-
f or hsRsaolf ae asi inaiofieaMaeatt
1st this way he Hsade
a aVMst ttviitg for a tiaw. lie wnU
g jtftm a passe ad say: "I asa cost
mbrs1 witis the Cussoaa Uout aa a
avetWgr aaal colkccsor. These ht a pavek
aa liiseaeial to you at the oatce, aad
Hs easaeia or it will be 13 if y
s at jay ate. If you will
Rggr mm row the caasfwi will be
awry !." The be would peo-
Atfcf 1UsbssbbsssbVsbRb ttaVVflaVsMaHSBBl Wsatsal l4tf
INI IsttMsi AH trrHpp sUUl aUi ftaMIU4f
tW wit Md Ujm. He wouid 111 east
alto a aleak Mcdst that lookasi oaaclal,
aai efci tjaaee out oUata wqmM sssssave
&LM UAysi (HAABal lAfjaVMI VakaEaaai
RtRnTT alSSJBRSRB' RS"SSaRRBRRaHRRBjp " SRRapS SSRRRSBRRSa
wajjr bat aaseaariad ia eeesy hv
faVW. be aeaaM tatat it
sssac ae easy u at oaat
as to get mm. "Asat a
W mm.- U aM, "aad ae'U
m aBBMaVli eaaVsaMMtf. Asaaav aaJamal BsT
mM, oaJy fosir cestts rmm, aad be'U
it gseat sun. Tbat two
Mka a tisaeaaawta dtf -
tPf wsbrw "SsSRaswtaaaapas aaalawRp sav Haa"1 mw&
MAM. af ikMi sswMfa, a altaaasfat af
M(. WaKa4kaUlt is aaaaal as oaf
Jaat Hat avast Irlril of UaaVt Maitajsai
hv kjkt- OaWstaa as tba VaaVsJaalMHi
ssRsaaar asaa bia aaaaalnaa oss. W90 av
srsvww a4 ww at eaU at a basal agal
aaaal bia caid fmas tbe asuisr to aaatsaal
'jaat isoaa aacoaaV' Tb
sVhttMbU SaasOawaatfkf wO ks&al IswUsMlaVsl
'ssaaaa la sate atae. wbas,
wlta a devout air, be would
aU sasua sat javaeg ateaf aad jmu-
ilu tbe fn.9M rcrclpt, and while they
wen- c r-nsldering the matter wnnld touch
In a ras usl way the Ireys of the piano,
and then fall Into tfce air of "?IeTT,
my nod, to Thea," whlcli he would
sing to hrs oa arcomptwlrnent. In a
low but earnest rote, eery Impress
ively. His victims trrmM listen, ami
then my the bogus rmMtc ofllcUl tlte
At last Mr. OuTstA waw detected
and taprtertted In the State pentten
Italy, htch he entered In a nVmwt raa
aet, sfaging his favorite hytn. Aefote
half hit Him had expired be bad hymn
suet aftd prayetl himself out of prison,
awn had returned to his fS.M I n linesii
awrl W Ms "Nearer, My Ood, to Tbea,"
Ifow he Is age In In the han Is of in ;
1 w, aad we appeal to Mr. Waham rbR
not to permit the doors of the Ohio
ranltentlary to close noon HI n.
sr.d hy ihtt stwtlng him up tnv him
out of the srrvbe of the KcpiblhMn
fatty. It mt be apparent to Mr.
Wa!amakrr that a man In whom there
Is inch a hnppystteb an extntorJi
rary comMnatrnn of httelnes! tact,
holiness and no cnnteteiKc, would be
invaluable to the Grand Ohl Party In
campatgn time, and also he an
ornament lo an Administration like
Mr. IlARRtwR'a. He would rin
the whole gamut, from nppolntlae
hrs wife to a paying place and gettl ig
the Government to pay her expenses
from little steals like this and like using
Indian schoolgirls as servants at pauper
wagi, to blocks of Ave ami Matt
Qrx twlst-of the wrlt tricks, and
Wanahakrii hymn and prayer and
holy looks rascality. He would stand
In the c.lnw of Christian ItentlblicatM
the rxcrof the meanest of them, and
would be the delight of the soul of the
Hob. Y. W. Dl-di.kv, thedtstlngutslied
Sectttaryof the Outside, ami of the holy
ihnpkecper and conscience stiller of the
Therefore, In the Interest of tbe He
publican party, we make an earneit ap
peal on behalf of the hymn singing nu
cal now In the tolls of the law at Cin
cinnati. He should lie let out of prison
irto this Administration, for he deserves
reward as a Wan.namakkb Republican,
not punishment as a common cheat and
FUNNY L1TTLK HILLY MASON.
Representative Hilly Mason, of one
of the Chicago Congressional districts,
Is the cutest and the funniest little poli
tician in the whole country, and ho has
a faculty, deviloptd to perfection, of
taking himself to "the front" on every
occasion. In brief and In fact he Is
audacious and very obtrusive, but he Is
n good-natured man a Joking fellow;
and he tells it story well, and laughs a'
1.1s own Jokes with a heartiness that U
Ills latest Joke the funniest thing he
ever did was his chsllenge of General
John M. Pai.mkk, Democratic candi
date for United States Senator, to Joint
discussions on the Mump. He mailed
hie challenge on the 13th Instant, and
ever since then has been holding both
his sides, laughing consumedly. And
everybody in Illinois has been laughing,
too; not with the Jolly Humpty-Diimply
of the House, but at him.
"I dtJlre." he says, Jocularly, "to
maintain that the action of the Itepub
llcuu party on the silver, tariff, national
eltctinn, antl trutl and pension legists
tlon has been more In tbe Interest of
the people than tlmllar legislation
offered or passed by tbe Democratic
party during its four years of power."
Hut, Hilly, dear boy, tbe Democrats
have not been In power for many years,
don't you know? Your fellows have
you forgotten? were all the time of
CLKVKLAMD'e administration In the
majority In the Senate. The Democrats
have had no chance to legislate on any
General 1'almbk has refused to ac
cept this amusing challenge, ami humor
ously says to Mr. Mason that:
L'tulmUadiBg that tb KspubUeaa lead
ers la Illinois, in iIwIIbIuk to uamo any
out of tbe ilUtluguUbwl mvu, yourtsH la
eluded, for whom tbey are willing to be
rrtpoutlble In Joint dlMuttloa ufi as you
propose, I am net able to wbat pubHe
sdrsiitaKe could result from an aaeeptanee
of jour Invitation. It will readily oeeur to
you that our r el at tou to tbe people of tbe
fcUle s eMeotially different. A very Urge
number of tbe electors of tbe State, by
itwiaatinc ute as a candidate for a eedt la
tbe L" ailed State Senate, bare made them
selves responsible not only for my political
opinion and conduct, but for ail the im
portant act of my public JiJe, wnMe. ou
in aer nana, ine political party to waicli
are attacbed nave
llli resneuaibie. not
Tun, but for all otber of
lac men. 1
men. I Lett tu ueure you Uut I enaer-
laiu none mn leeuug 01 personal jrteotl
saip aid respect for you, and I know of no
gentleman in liU Mate more eapable of
vUuUeaUag, if vindication were paitlble,
tbe auaeiue to Hfait.b jou refer, aad it
Mould aaford me tbe greeteet aatlaf action U
the Kpublk4D petty abould before Ue
etoctiou accept your view of the value of
mint itucusaions of public uuetttaiu 1
aawe sou as a candidate for C
Senator. In suck an event it would be my
daisy, upon as latisnaUon of your wieaea, w
accept aa invlutio to eaiuuje tu such Joint
giarwaeaiwa aua;u dc arrnaaew.
Tba cs)saliaioa iasaoed by Qaaasal
Pausiat precludes tbe possibility of a
(learnt betweaa bias aad Mr. Miaou
The Ueoubikaae will aat aojalaate
MASQjt for the Senate Tbey have doae
auusy fuaay tbiags, but tbey will aoi
Tux Ciucaoo JvitrJktoM. 0 Uo) Mth
iaataat says: -Tbe Ifsaacb stToilaliesi
dalaas ate oace store beloae Coatgaaas
for attioa. Tbey ccrtaiaiy est
gaaitd by CVMtgieanota as a 'rh aslant'
aad a vary old caeatauf at that, but,
Ukemaatyotber aesaof ItgaslaHaa be
fose Cttafaats, tbe fact 0 taydr am If
by ao amaits taatriliwe af
af avawat Tbe
oa accvuat if dei
daJaawsUfisaaBBal staaaiasWaaVsaf CaaVawaasaaalstasntai aW
tbe f teatb batvaae lew yaaie 17W aad
IsawV la view of tba fad (bat tbace
have ( feany alaa letaarei of coaa
matstee of tbe two Hmswri taaca the
year lab UU but bbww of wbioto baaa
Mjatwl foWsMtldaf Msa) 1aU swathBAawt wnIrVM
taoa Uvkeg saw ao aiace laa) aat
aagtshv aawlbf of Cnalawl as pajtiaVf
Juat claiwa at wy uaatt-imaiahle
fa Court of CleJawa, uadsu ct of
CoBfiew, January, ItseS. aaatad
tbst auaatsuaa of law iavoicad and
iawavistaial catas. of wbidt, osjt of $11,
m,m, fi -1 ti have baaa alVe wad
Ts tituU. laiirldniestts of tbe Gxara
weat Involved is kae tbaa .
uW.aiA). The UaUaaoU for tbii 1.
aM.vuu axe scaUextd all over lac
I'uiwd Buus. ilaxdiy a Coaseas
mn but hi omo constituent wh'i
owns one of thte clalrrs. Several
of tbem, of conrs, are hld in Chicago.
It ! clear that Cogiw ougftt to rlls
pore of tn ftatter, arM, aflho righteoris
rws of the claims has been peased oa,
make sn sppmprltwri atid pay tnwftehl
althtwt further etasperatlng ad unfea
orable delay. The approprHtroit for
the same Is Iworporatrt rn the Geweral
Mr. It. L. CRAsroftB'a prorew against
the entertainment hy the District Com
mTSCkiiren of any proposals for the lay
ing down of granolithic pavwwnt by
any other company than the mre of
which he Is the principal officer Is en
titled to most careful consldt ration.
1 he psmmeRtt of Washington, both of
roadway and for pedestrians, when
they are good, are the best In the world,
afcd to Mr. CfeAXvRt, his enterprise
and thofwAehnets the city Is as largely
Indebted at to any or all other agencies.
Tl e- sidewalks laid down by the
Cbasmhhi process are apparently in
destrnetlble, except when torn up
for sub terrene Improvements and their
cveness and cleanliness attract the
attention ami praise of almost
every visitor. It instead of crumbling
and uneven bricks or asphalt blocks all
of our footways could be made of
granolithic material, so called, a? la! I
down by the Cranford Company,
Washington would add remarkably to
Its renown as a well paved city. One
distinguishing merit of this pavement h
that It is as good in winter as in summer
weather, find apparently without limit
as to Its longevity.
Tub Drlfohd Pubmcuiko Company
of New York have published a book
entitled "JilTerson Davis, ox-President
of the Confederate Slates; a Memoir,
by his wife." It Is ciatmed that sev
eral volumes, purporting to be written
by Mrs. Davis, have been put upon tho
market, but that nil aro spurious but
the one named above.
At tiik opknino sbssiom of tbo So
ciety of American Florists the presi
dent declared that no school In this
country of recognized ability should
leave out of Its curriculum books
teaching the fundamental lessons of
horticulture, and that even our com
mon schools should teach Its rudiments.
Pusdita Hamaiiai, who collected
money two years ago in the United
States to found an Institution for the
education of child widows In India, has
only one pupil In the school.
Thh Pnt.NCKtsllKA'iJiicB, Q'loen Vic
toria's vmingtst daughter, Is writing a
book on lace It Is too early, however,
to set It down as a llliniy literary pro
duction. HOTEL ARRIVALS.
MthoioliliinSimat-X (Iralser, Jr., New
ark, N. J.; K. CWrlatit, New Yom; Hubert
lleverly, Virginia; J. It. Burr, and daughter,
Hartford, Conn.; Kdw. M. Cook, Colorado
A'flrfwiwI J. Franekel, Now Orleans;
Mrs. K. M. Itrandeuber, St. Louis; 11. (J.
Jackion, New York; S. N. Maraball and
wife, Little Hock, Ark.; J. W. Wort hi un
ion, Birmingham, Ala.: 1'. 0. Smith, An
nlttou, Virginia; J. M. McCllutock ami
Ht. Jamt$ Charles Kpoge and wife, Cin
cinnati; A J. iibroptblre ami wife, Mrs. J.
L. Hell, Atlanta, Oa.; W. 11. KIcble, Lima,
Ohio; J. O. Wood, Dallaa, Tex.; J. K. Wil
liams, Keckwall, Tex.; J. K. Wily, M. N.
ituMell and wife, North Carolina; Anton
Tbtmanu awl Wft, Clnclunatl, Ohio.
ll'ilJitni'i-J. It. Tustln, Kansas City,
Ma; John M. Druce, Indiana, l'a.; Henry
L. de Vllmarlan, l'aiie, France; Jams II.
Lewis, lit. Joseph, Mo.
JHtw-E. E. Zelgle, Miss Zelgle, Alle
Ebmy, Pa.: Ueorge O. Jones. New York;
0. M. atackpole and wife, Cbleago,
ArAM J. Sbepard, Chicago, III,;
Henry Fairfax, Loudon County, Va.; W.
W. Coe, itoanoke, Va.
Arlington Jaw Vardo, Lima Peru; II. C.
Walker, Knglaod; Geo. T. Tllden, ltoston,
Mass.; J. M. Strains, Itevenue Service.
jtrno-0. K. ltartlett, B. II. Bartlett and
Frank Byco, New York.
AVwaarfie J. M. Oliver, Chicago, C. 0.
Bowman, tit. Louis,
JiUittCha. K. Lose, Saml. Uroker and
wife, Louisville, Ky.; K. It. Haaee, Mlts
Ilanee, Fblladetpbia; Mrs. V. Dunning,
Mra. 8. I). Murray, New lorW; IlartU
Beale, Denver, Col.; Peter Crosly, Spring
The Comte de Paris will have hla
baggage entered free through tbe custom
bouse when he visits ua because of his
eminent serviees during the late war.
Tbe Princess Maria Anna of Portugal,
who U to marry an untitled doctor, says
"she would rather marry a man without
a name than a same wltnout a man."
Hrighara Young's youngest daughter
announces that she will shortly leeture
on MormoaUm, which anaouneeweat
has called forth a protest frees the
One of the buds of Boston society
next winter will be Miss Cosstaae
Lodge, a dauehter of the author of tbe
Force bill. She is a very bright aad
Of all Tbaekeray'a peoole. stood aad
bad, there wae not oae who could be
more surely trotted to make a half boar
soesa like arteea minute than Rebecca
aatara. Jtoittaw Union aad Aikxrlwr.
Qasernl Palmer and TarWT Kefaru.
General lHlatar is maklag a vigoroas
eaavate of HUaois aad doing good
wotk for the causa of laraf saforea.
Tbe preseat discus ton ia tbe Senate
will furnish kirn with excoolloaaliy
atxaag texts daily. Tariff reformats
eawdtf aak aosblag better tbaa that tbe dv
bate oa tbe McK taley bill might coaHaue
kksougk tbe f alL
A SaMtUUa CsBstneKMi.
Tkw8t. Loads fltaie- JMwottut (bwa.)
dsaftfeiae of tbe Poaea haU la tbie aalntM
way : -Tba wamibitgaai have the power
W aaas a Peases! aafttoa bsU. bat it to
aikt aiwaja wi to ua aisessgsii ssaaply
for taa pawtsuea of akowiag tbat it as-
TAM JQC3 saUslOaal.
Tba mnavsr to aba eats- bans.
aad tease bat auacfc aeotatgd bt
Vaaaaont a amaaan waTelhias
To mvj aWar of Ckwatry aoasd.
Tbe eats man. lauauas at tna tana;
g pj p jmnjv w n
per ejemt aasal saeaas be smaraes
m tea Mat aisatbia, aaat ami beat,
4asni yAanbaaassa iammataBBSsa aaUanCaaV aaat aBBBBntaaaaw
sagaa" 'sWasssaaaai saaaaaasaasas1 eaea?"eps bsf amaaasia'
aWa comas sbsday far aettMaa Mr.
Alwal ttsaaM aawOfcswaWawawawaVsJ w9& Wsaa
TrfWssaf eWsmtawaa WaVel WWaWaWWsVati wmW "bU
tu bia comer sua,
And aaat uaetf, wave wueb tvod cater.
iWeaaar tbaoagb bard aaeiBar toll,
aW the) lbf come aAu Meat Year.
- O A Hun kl, u. twJi.
MAURICE SAXE'S DEATH.
IIBW the rRiwens Mnrshnl OlM After
tbe Dnel or ltl0.
ToTd th efrd of ltrvWtbt, 1730,
the Comte de Frfeeen, a nephew of
Marshal Sase, and Fredefrck Grimm,
the eminent literary critic, wwe staying
at Cnawbord. Early owe morning a
traveling carriage, preceded by a
mounted courier, enteretl the park. It
stopped at the beginning of the Avenue
and two rtranters got out The cmrler
dismounted and made his war to the
chateau with a letter which he directed
should be delivered to the marshal at
once. The latter who had not been
long awake, no sooner read It than he
dreteed himself, hrtrrfedly arranged
some papers and then left the chateau
by a side door. He took his able de
camp, but forbadethe Comte deFrfwsn
to follow him. The marshal ami tils
atttndant went dwn the avenue to
meet the two strangers
A Iter a short conversation the putty
then retired to a elade in the forest,
whtrc an old peasant saw the marshal
and one of the sttsngers draw their
f w pnts and prepare to engaw. Mean
n hi re tbe Comte de Frlesen had re
mained at the chateau, a prey to grave
anxiety. The sudden arrival of the
two strnncers and the marshal's aglta
tlon filled him with alarm. After
waiting In one of the rooms for a little
time the suspense became unbearable.
He threw the marshal's injunction to
the winds and rushed out Into the park.
It was too late. He only reached the
avenue to be confronted by some men
carrying a litter en which the marshal
was lying badly wounded. Of the two
strangers no sign was left. Tbey had.
In fact, re-entered their carriage ami
driven cfT the moment the duel was
endfd. The marshal's first words,
however, revealed the identity of his
antagonist and tbu cause of his hurt.
"Is the Prince de Contl still heref'
said he, opening bis eves nt the passion
ate exclamations of his nephew. "Toll
him I bear him no Ill-will. Fetoli
Sense; I fear he will arrive too late,
but I want to see my friend. Keep
what has pasted In the most profound
The marshal was carried to his bed,
stricken to the death. Senac, his pri
vate physician, did all hu could to save
him, but there was no hopo, And tho
wounded man sank rapidly. Great
professional soldiers have rarely failed
to manifest sotno rollgtous feeling In
tho hour of death. Tilly, tbo sacker
of Macdcburg, struck down by a Swed
lib bullet at tbo passago of the Lech,
dlul at Ingnlstadt with his lips pressed
to the crucifix and the pious ejacula
tion, "In te tptrati, Doninet, non eon
Mf(ir in itternum" T110 noble
hearted Bchulenburg, Maurice's first
Instructor in the art of war, passed
nwny with an eloquent thanksgiving to
tho Providence that had guided him
through tho tolls and dangers of his
tvintfulllfo. Francis Trenck, the fa
rr.ous l'amlour loader of the Austrian
Suiccsslon War, when hu felt his end
approaching, took tho vows of a Ca
puchin ftlar, so that be exclaimed, half
In humor, half In superstition, the
devil might be disappointed of lit l) r
soul, to which bo had looked forward
with such pleasure to havlnar.
Hut lit tbe death of Maurice du Saxe
tl.o slightest vestige of religious senti
ment will bo Bought In vain. Ltuls
XV., with that curious zeal for the ex
ternals of religion, whlult ho retained
even amid the enormities of the Pare
aux cerfs, was deeply grieved that his
favorite marshal should die a Lutheran,
lie hurriedly tent tho marshal's old
fellow-soldier, tho Comte de Loewen
dahl, himself a convert to Cnthollolsm,
to try and bring the dying man to the
true faith. Tho mission was unsuc
cessful. It must not, however, bo sup
posed that this refusal to change his
creed Inferred any definite religious be
lief on the marshal's part. The man
bad no hopes, no faith and no regrets.
Ho had lived a bold, reckless, brutal
life, and he died tbo same. "Doctor,"
said he, to Sonac. shortly before he ex-
Elred, "life Is only a dream. Mine has
ecn short, but It has been a good
one." In tbe morning of November
90, 1750, he passed aw a v.
IV I Ui n Stout Strlne.
Atm IA AVw i'ort Star.
Some of the Ilepubllcan editors are
joining Harrison in reading Quay out
of tho party. If it had not been for
Ouay and his floater fund, where would
Harrison and those editors be now?
Certainly not in tho White House, nor
In the pleasant fields of diplomacy at
Paris, Et. Petersburg and elsewhere.
However energetic their denunciations
now, tbey will not read the Pennsyl
vania Senator so far out of the party
that they cannot cet him back again In
campaign time. Tbey will keep a stout
string tied to him, depend upon it.
The Sublimity or Aiturance,
frtmti4 .ViW rnkStor,
'Satan rebuking sin" need no longer
be quoted as the sublimity of assurance
since Candidate Delamater has de
Bounced corporations and avowed his
burning desire to transfer to them the
burdens that now bear so heavily oa the
"dear people." After that declaration
tbe mere matter of hU denial of the
Kacry charges need occasion so sur
A aiUcblevoiM Meiuure,
from tU yu Terr Tmt.
The Poree bill, if we judge It sokly
hv tbe eocBmeata nested unoa it bv
Republican papers and speakers, U a
asaet usciese aad Bdschievoua awasure.
It baa beea declared by IteptibUaaae
ia ail parte of Ike country to be wholly
incapable af aeeosuprishlag its professed
Atlantis Otty nut Keturn
alt), emusesaii Augaet
wain toavee s. a U ass Hon i p.
Tickets, good three days, tt.SO
AStatife lUUrWB 0 RaaawJiCaJ MaaUWaf 1M aattal
la wapariBa Mao1 frariatwrtlli Mmtf ka-
0"aaVaaa4kt a$ CeaUtaalftMjr MaaafOtAlnl IsaBWfMeVaViitV eMC
lawajMial aVaaai Qmlf aW aVaaU rJ4&Uaaii. Vm
aaafesatltiiaaaa IwV BpfsaflaCaaat ttllinWsT taaA sUbawaaT Vaaaaaeat
Oaf asnRyaMaaaBkenVF QOMfttsVsaaat DaaenXsnaVaVaaaasasasB aasRsat
eery atea a the arocene of analantnee a
eaeafwUv watched wit a view to seewriag at
atsaes aeeaaaarltbi tae beat poesibte aesaM.
bt is nesinine by a COMWNATtO.'. Pa
HMmOtM aad PROt-'RnS (tecuiiar to atoaaVe
iersaaartHs, kaowa tu 110 oUer natbaaaa,
aast as fbi'k tbe full Bsedmi&al uoimt of aU
the btavaniaiBas aesd kt setained Itbaewiaa
sturay setae bwatag ataee aawn ntaeilasaas
ar bvs ossa tttrinatc awrit. nd aa aawa
bwaar sass taaa ear aiffltla, iireparattae
TlUrtj !'' Exiiarieiieo
eia haw ut tae dry; aad paieat
ease baslaess osar tatsty ware la
leasYawa eiaartasoe wbeal mgMiB0
gajsaaaiaaaai tae bast aauiac Mmta1 abaP
sa I easy kaet. aad aw uuanen aaasjk f
batiaeaejaeattasaM.-' w it auua.le
ksasiat aast aVswaat at., Baiiiamis. tea.
atoid by all arasgisu. tu r or 9at
only bye I Boolia.u ' mill Mat
1S Bmw Helta
Wilson & Caff's
NEW SHOE STORE,
No. 929 F St. N. W.
Fine Shoes for Ladles.
Fine Shoes for Misses.
Fine Shoes for Children.
Fine Shoes for Gentlemen.
Fine Shoes for ltoys.
All Style of Fancy Slippers.
All Colors Made to Match Dresses at
WILSON & CARR'S
Now Shoo Storo,
Ko. oao r NTnr.irr n. w
Washington, D. C.
IT IS POSITIVELY SO,
We can't Impress a need of ,
prompt notion on your part,
with roforonco to availing your
solvos of tbo particular advan
tages of this "nnto-fnll" sea
son, any more forcibly than to
glvo you our word that tho
current Week Is tho vory last
opportunity we can give for re
ductions on summor goods.
What wo sell wo must dispose
of quickly, because fall stock
Is already beginning to come in.
If not sold, tho few baby oar
rlsgcs, water coolers and re
frigerators wo havo remaining
must go Into tho storerooms.
Now, you know enough about
business to renllza that wo'd
rather sell nn ntllclont a big
sacrifice than to sloro it. But
that one thing or tho nthor
whs tnko placo "Is posltlvoly
so." Therefore, wo remind
you to consider well our largo
dlicounts on Furniture, Car
pets, Ac. Hero Is an Idea of
what wo are doing:
Dest Quality All-wool In
grain, inailu and laid with best
paper lining, 75c
10O Mofjuelto Hassocks, IWc.
100 Body Brussels Ottomans,
100 Mmiuotte Ottomans, 50c.
S00 Smyrna Hugs, 1 feet by
7 feet. .TG10.
75 All-wool English "Woven
Druggctts, COc sriuaro yard.
150 All-wool Art Squares at
05c per square yard, lleduoed
from f 1.
ISest Quality Seamless White
and Fancy Straw Matting, Me
You can't possibly make any
mistake on any reduced goods,
but you'll make a big mistake
If you don't secure them this
llilrteeutli and F fitreels.
Directery of Lawyers and Law Flim;.
506 D street northwest,
Wasbteatea, D. a
Webster Law BatbUsvg.
Keeldense. MS U street aerthweet.
Ml aad ass U St- Citannsey BaMdjar. sear
auaa ace., winaiagmn, a. u.
Ptialiaau ia tbe Ouatte of Uw Dhlriet aad el
Sr. raiLura- j..zasbky
, F. D. HcKSVHSY.
fiiiUJFB. ZACHKY & UeKJaMMST.
Attoraef at law,
tmmit aaa aaihttag.get.
Hors ford's Aeid Phosphate.
anaMaRRentasaaf It aabjattfaaanaaaey aVaaai aeV94aanaVRaaW tia
saaaaal YMssVaaa7 aUUt taatasiMaaaf lis JPsaaMtesaRBV
Br H. g. Ctaeke, flnnana. W- Y-. awtt
lst aaabi BWlsMal 3sf sttsaaal WaiMM tamf tlsf afaV
aa teeiyUyiae bUn away, "
lar.J- - asaaataa. wstat aaAabaaata Yv
"last aerve vaals leaar aaad-''
lasaortsaVve aaaseaast lasa-
mrMfteair cstMstaCAL WeabissL
cuumtttf. 11) mm ttw d &&&'"
aaana saaV sanaaent
y- w. slaWMNf, 94JaM btfsj.
HERRON & RAMEY,
HO. 14W y STaJWT V. W ,
jaia an WaaataU4i. O. C.
WOOBWAM) A TjOTHHOT,
OMmr tlUi aM Fsea. , w.
Wg arc offering a sma1!
lot of Black Lace "Fauntle
roy'' Ruching, 1 he wholesale
price of which has been 50c
per yard, at the ridiculously
low retail price of 32c per
Also 40 dozen WhiteLawn
Ties, hemstitched ends, best
values we have ever offered
it the price; i2c each.
TWO JtlttSUMMBR BAROAIOT IN OLOVB3
Ladies' 4-button Kid
Gloves, in brown, tan and
black; only$i per pair.
Ladies' 8-button length
Mousquetaire Suede Gloves
in tan, embroidered backs;
only $1.50 per pair.
First fleer, centre.
A FEW MIDSUMMBH nATtOAISS IN MUS
Ladies' Muslin Chemise,
pointed yoke of three Ham
burg insertings and four
clusters of tucks, Hamburg
edge around neck, sleeves
and down front; only 50c
IaIIps' Muslin Walktn Skirts, Hamburg
initio and four largo tneks above tbe ruffle,
flnlMittl with yoke, only TSc. oaolt.
Ladles' Mmlln Gowna, )tutbard yoko, two
HambnrR Intertlncs and four Blusters of
tnekii, Uamburic ruffle around Beok and
sleeves, only ?te. ceeb.
Laille' Woven Ilroadway Corsets, mlliim
lenictli waist, cool attlnff, only Me. per pair.
Ladles' Diamond Corsets, itood quality, loa(
valatetl, embroidered around top and butt,
only TSc. per pair.
Ladles' It. A (I Corsets, lone and medlnm
waist, lino eoutll, two Me steels, double sleet
down front, only tl per pair.
Second floor, annex.
Jlemember we are tbe soleatjents for Low's
Wild Ilote Soap, SSo. per box of one doaen
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Corner llth anil P SLi.N.W.
-y EATES' 1NSTITUTB,
Tbe Rev. 5IONTOOMEHY It. UOOFEIt, M.
A., Head Matter. Four boys reeelved as
ueisber or tbe bead master's family. At
present tbere are two vaeanele. Mr. Hooper
has sect toys to Harvard, Yale, Frlaeetoa,
Colombia, Lehigh, Amherst, Trinity, West
I'oint, Anaapoli, &., and has net bad a ean
date for admkslon rejected.
TOHN3 HOPKINS UNIVERSITY;
ABBeeaeemeBts fer tbe Next Aeadessle
AHE NOW HEADY,
Aad WHI te Seatea AppMeattea.
Use ot the talf-dweo hast aeadeada aad
eiauteal seheets la New Bmttaad. Tbepty
Rest of fat la advance wHIeoTer ordlaary
tattles, with heard, fer fall tana, heutealeg
Send far eataleeae to
RBV S. M. STSHLE, rriaastul.
seat aad taettea free. Aa eatwnsa fee af W8
fer gad, beat aad eare af reaa. AX exaeaee
raaiHrata. Teesa t.njUn amramtSH. 3.
HKV. A. A, UVEttetK, B. St,
rJstaWteat. Marvileaan, Pa.
gr. Mnatw eeuatav
hiw(ll ar rtnim. Vmmi
piwm mwmA mum
teaaaUalaaaaat 9sWY a
Jftf IBtau oaJ Atf-
WfftUff WaWMHi tWsttKWSi,
Hay mm mp
t aaoae aaass ojtMastt 1,
law. VUttaaa Joaes. A- UaarvardJ. Ma
ou. iaateiit tumi asaaiatir am Us. ITax
EK. Bsaat Bnasiiminln
laadarsea. Mar eaj
ST, JOHN'S COLLEGE,
TSUXJDKT AVK. A2D THOMAS CtRCLK.
illM: To preyate Its staiaents tot Clerlcat
Woelc. coftnieree, tbe Senfaary, or the
sjvjRQKffi of iw s'wi Menferae.
TBS nttMAltT A! IM'SltMBDtATK IJB-
Ave welt e?utpvBsl aid nedei' earefel war
Send for CJreelar,
ante-tw BHtrrnKn fabhtcian.
Washington, D. O.
SOltOOLOFARTSAND 9T1RNCR9 (Oeonre
town Oblteee). e w term be Ins Septem
ber 11. Preparatory Department far
Boarders. Coltenlate Derailment for
Deeriers ami Day Scholars. J. Hatks
HtetiABD, S. .1., rreMdent.
SCIHWL OP MBDtCtNB. Terra opens Oeto
beri. O. L. Mtaneeeii, M.D.. Dean, SIS
Vermont av . n. w.
SCHOOL OP LAW. Term opens Oeteber 1.
H. M. Ybatmaw, feeretary, (Jeorretown
Law DbIWIi. cor. F awl eth Ms. n. w.
J. HAVBhS niCHAnDS, 8. J., neater.
n,V 188 BATAItD'8 INSTITUTE,
A Home Sehool for Olrl ami Yonnu Ladles.
Number of boatdlriRpnptls llmltett to twenty.
Excellent advantages In Mnste, Art and tho
Languages, Oymaastam. Pleasant groands.
Heelthfnl loeatlon. ruptls boarded through
tho summer months. Board, washing and
tattlon In tho Bngtfeh branob.es, 1900 per
seholastle year. Send for etreolar.
Ten Fellowship", flOO eaeb, with freo tut
Hon, open to graduates wishing to pursue
1IIAIlLOTTE HALL SCHOOL.
EUnatlennnsnrpasscd for health, English,
Classical, Mathemotleal, Commercial and
Military Ceorso. Board and tuition, $160 for
ten months. For partleulars address
It. W. SILVESTER,
anlt.etd.tm St. Msry's Cwinty, Md.
Ilmtleten, near Philadelphia, Pa.
A hlgh-elae school. Exceptionally health
ful loeatlon. Dellcbttul surrounding. Dotng
good work. Preparo or any oolteice or bul
nets. Dors seat tble year to Yale, Ilarrard
ami rrlneeton. Speelal eare of yeoager boys.
T 1NDBN SEMINARY,
A sehool for young girl and yseng ladles,
atLltltz, Laneaster County, Pa. STtb year.
A safe, comfortable sehool home; thorough
methods; oaref ul oversight ot tho Individual
pepll; advaneed course of study; very pleat
ant loeatlon; steam heated, ;aeo per year.
VITELLS COLLEOE FOR WOMEN,
Aurora, Cayuga Lake, N. Y.
Three fall courses of study. Loeatioa
beantlful and healtbf al. A refined Christian
borne. NewbalMlBg ready next September.
Eeuieo begin SEPTEMBER , WW. Seod
E. S. FRISBEE, D. D.,
pUTaER'S COLLEOE PREPARATORY
New Bruniwtek, N. J.
Beardleg Sebool fer Boys and Yeess Men.
Prepares fer tbe best eelleges, setesttfie
seheols er bosiaeM.
E. H.COOK. A. M..Ph.D..
ONE OF THE BEST IN NEW ENGLAND.
6oditB',lfl every eeitee la New Bsglaad.
Atbereagh prerarattea. Fwet-elasa faeUi
tie ha BogUeh. BaHdtaas aew, Urge aad at
tractive. Laberaterie. Gymnasium aad all
faesswUt. AWe teaeker. Teraas moderate.
Saxtea atver. Vt.
SsssT slfteeftsssssssBeVA teVsfcstoeKssW
ass AittEani iseastsai. WHUL
" Mil1 ' Y " yreanreisar nnHjiin.
teavelaad tame, Tta ma Shad fcy weeettfae
rn wlnl insaaliw n lad wssl be soaad
ta tae ssanret eiHsian C 3sas Arkesrs jxua
uMat , wCOaaesstaasail, Aiseaetea,w ssaw
Maay. tor JtoairwlaapV.SUiinn Son nil.
QXWatB Waw OOUJaUt BOK YOtUifl
. FYE WiWtisaV
il I HHslleelB IfBinni
MJlflAlf''"' yiaTTMItOf Jifj
Csaaaaallaaaal aaatai SssMattMl OQaMetsW eUssf
eMMtfa XO CaWsWaalPUt
ML Aomuw eiuuv.
Ot-r 1 iaaLruuuoD utucuuev.
Terie ootloric Addrm the prLaol-
.iba jk xuuaum uoawim
W SATfONAL THBATBE.
Opwirng of theRegnlar Semen,
MOISDAY. AUf.rST 8.
First Appearance in Washinctn of
OfWAStieED IS ETRoi JE
feats aow on sah) at box offlrr nn i
LAMES' MAT12SKK TO MORROW.
Stnes In Fire LaBsroacM. Leads tho OrihcS-
iris, whhcp nnriprniy
ORBAT 8ARDKN SRllWI
Pctenlide flpanlng To-night.
limy jcmigTs. .100 Lsnnonoi newjiieey. 1
sntnmnT hkpotti. nacenr Aiextniiun. a
Next Week The Anthor of 'Town Wenftii
Mtoraty." Sheridan Flynn rc. ans-etl
Is the 8rat of All Mnstcal Instrument
Deeaaao It performs any mnslo
rem a waltz or a ballad to an
ovettnre or a symphony more
beautlfnlly ami more nearly
perfeet than any other single
The Aeolian Is not mechanical, but tho
rmmpnlatlen ot It Is so simple that a person
oahletrn to play It with from one tothreo!
wceks'praetlce. Tour visit to see this In VI
strument will be esteemed a favor at
E. F. DROOP'S,
9t5 TA. AVE.,
Eole Agent for Stetnway and Other First
Class Pianos and Organs.
?kSS sr '
ON THE CHESAPEAKE,
OPElSf JUNE 1.
Naval Academy Band.
FINEST MEALS. FINEST ATTRACTIONS
EVERYTHING THE BEST.
Trains leavo B. A O. Depot, weok days,
a. ta.. 1.30 and -i.30 p. m. Sundays, 9.35a
1.30 and 3.1S p. m
Loavo Bay Ridge, week days, C 30 and S.:
p.m. Sundays, 8 and 8 to p.m.
Round Trip Tickets
J. T. ODELL,
CHAS. 0. SCULL,
flen'l Passenger Agent. ,
Charles Scribner'a Son :
the Best Intentions
A MWiemwer Brdode. By Minun IIai "
tAMi. ISwo, olotli. Jl; paper UV ,
n-Vin arta.m .f , Ltd KA..1 i. ,tA I.I.Hil ..
4HVVT9 V " ,v,v. ..JSl .A.nuM u "j I
jiaeKiRae. on ijiku iiuron.Bnu ino ccuiru
flguresaroa young eouple on their wodJlni
Journey, It U an absorbing story of lovo am
jealousy and lias many pages or charmm,
deterlntloo of a country rich In blttcrl:al as .
NEW STORIES FOR SUMMER READIN'
kit. lltustratol by A. llf
. oloth, ft; paper. Wo.
:ly spirited, well told and Inf
By OCTATB TlUXtT.
r ihmt. jsuiu, ei
"An exeredlnclr 1
teresllsg Southern utorr. It is Impresslr
unu uwcui!."-.i. x . i nuuno.
The Lawton Girl.
By IUhold Fbzdekio. 12mo, oloth, 31'"
The realism I vlrhl and truthful, It wcu!
be dIMealt to find In Hctlon a strongvi
sketefa.M Boetoo Journal,
The Broughton House. J
Tie. 11...a T..,v I4mh (M I
j; iiurviAtwii trwu, i.w. ' ,1
"A brljbt, well-written storr, told wa
great animation and showing close study cf I
human naturo." uoton Saturday liicnic; .
Day and Night Stories, j
By T. R. EBiuTiN. Umo, cloth, tl; paper
"Mr. Sullivan Is pleasantly original, variei
ami animated. Hla stories are caret uily ns
tshed and qulek In movement." Brooklyi
Sold byallbooksellen.orsent.postca'i, b
Charles Scribner's Sons,
TH-Tt Broadway, New York.
USEFUL B00KM1 VACATIOH
By Ciuau Deaunr Wins in. Plcbly l'la--(rated
Vy 0. 8. BstwuBT, Pest ro, Ha'
Twveaag Neie ia Barope. By Tuzrr-s
('HU.11. aotaor at ' Delleate Feistlo?,
Post Svo, doth Ornamental !23.
Our Journey to the Hebride;
ByJetam Fhvsu aad Euzabitb Kci:'-;
Piskaau.. Hlswtsated. PoUvC"
A Tramp Trip.
How te Sse Eaeoae aa PWty Cents a Day B
luVwwwus. WlthPortraU. 7s'
Knocking Round the Rockfe
By Eaweac laarssait. author of ' Fr:e 1
Weesk Kaawsaa," "The ice vuecn Jt
Msaslnltil. SsiaaM syo. t'loth, 8.'
Shoehone and Other West
xsyBBWAiuta Bsasaw. With a Pn(:-e F
enutua hota iuni. I.iostrtc
Peat eew. Ctosa, 11: Paper, Ttc
Mexico, California and Arl
BasasT a Th'eir aaat Wevtasil Edition rf 'o'
Meataa aast Mar Lut Prc-.i.ts " h
TTtULtT If "rmr" Wuu ILustrst r
Nooks an4 Corners of tin
Nw England Coast, !
Mr lasavai Atua Juu wms-r-.
aaaaresvu iiulo i -
Fly-Hoais atvd Fly-Tackle,
gjIfeeSioas as to tattfr HsjuuI acturo a- "
If Xssaax P- Vvmi. tiiuuj. i h
sso. Qkaa. kUaaataated . ti W
Pera Se"assfasSBfe sasssaeapssesewr i "
City Byt8 ia the Woods
flat. A 1awss Venture In Hu.c 1 h
p. Waus. lUtutratcU -
(Soak, Gssaaaksasai. a
Tk ahose -nora are furs.c;-- '" '
sallassi or M ha aaat by th yut
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