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TIIE DAILY CRITIC, -MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 25,1890.
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T?Aiti(. D. C AtWMf S. law,
fortrnfeftober His says fee (torn not
aflfme lk anton of the rtrttofs
whf are praying tae rrtetttent Hot t
rpt liH risiaastlon. of course )m
ffW ot. Nobody sntpecti tMt fete
mtf iwtloii km a string to tt with
-wkitk to Intends to pntl It back. Ant,
ftrtto!eet, the petition t a timely
MMjrtimtttt to him, and It should he
titled by etery cltlren who admires a
irnWk1 officer, modest, competent ami
deroud to a faltfefnl rftsehnrfe of his
trtttto. The office soujrht line, ami It
sboithl beep him If It run
OUT OF thk snow ijusikkss.
General HrrooA.x, Commissioner of
dlB Affairs, has written a letter to
tfeanral O'IIbimk, Superintendent of
IfmJgmtfos, in which he says that be
has toned Instructions that no more
Indians shall be taken from the reeer
vattoas by traveling shows. This action,
he adds, Is taken because of the alleged
Ill-treatment of Indians by the pro
prietors of inch shows.
The Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
In ISM, lefnsed to authorise traveling
shows to make contracts with Indians,
Iwt General Xonm, the Secretary of
the Interior, disregarded this action,
and hundreds of Indians were allowed,
If sot encotirgul, to enter the show
basinets. It appears that General
.MonA.x, aided by other religious men,
has Induced Secretary Xoni.it at last
loTtimlt an order to be Issued to I ml Inn
steals Instructing them not to allow
any more show contracts to be male
with Indians under authority of the
Department of the Interior.
That this order will prevent many
Inriht&s from becoming members -of
"Wild West shows we do not believe;
but It is an ortltr that was demanded by
the atceasltlet of the sltustlon. It will
take the Uallnl States Government mit
f the show bnMneM, as a silent partner
if certain eirrtwes and certain Impecn
iikras Indian cheating: rascals.
THK ItKTUltX OF" KOBKItT.
The rolgntllnn of his poltlon of
Minister to the Court of St. James by
lien. ItonxaT T. Lincoln Is lepottetl.
4 there are many good reasons for the
beKeftbat Ike report baa a foundntlon
of truth. Ills law partner, Euwahd S.
Isham, esq., upon being Interrogated
In reference to the report declined to
either t'onfliiM or deny It; but It Is the
pioeral opinion of a number of hli
friends, says a tale rum of the Unite I
J'rets, ibat .Mr. I.ixcoln will resign
Lis c sailed position before the new
year acd ret tun to the practice of hU
pnfitatan In Chicago.
Hat no matter whether Lincoln pro
potce to resign or not. the managing
w of the Itepubllcan party had
Utter keep a sharp eye on this
young man. He is modest in word awl
liepettmenr, but be is al a far-seeing
ami very sagacious politician: awl be Is
not desiltute of awWtloo. Indeed. It U
tuficttl by some that he believe that
be will yt occupy the high office made
illustrious by bU father; and it is not a
vWent suppoMiion that If not now. la
Ked time, be will return to Illinois f.w
the purpose of being where hit presence
will do the meet Hood in furtherance of
bis ambitkMM sebetae. Harrison,
llbAINB. CWIXAM, It HBO 3 Ml ALUftON
win saw, and Lincoln may get the in
! !( I I
6ap4afiTk.vTT, SupetlatSMtt oTthe
lasikui TreWag Shaol at CaHishi,
a waa im the city oa SaiiwdAy- a ad
was Btt viewed by a Cwtic repostor.
Jte taW that the two Indian eirU now
betag ummI by the Commisasnat of
Indiaa Atfalrs aa ttoeaaatica wes hirad
a tkt gsMtlewaa by bias, aad that
tiny t as good wsaas as aay otbar
nsatsMS waidoyed as dnmntrtrs ".if
ceedteg to the worth of their set vice."
This to mm ia Capi. I'lurr'a fraakaat
jfs. aad leaves ihe isaptasaioa tha he,
as well aa the Iasiiaa Oowmhwioaer. kae
scmsthhsgto eoaceal ia teiesaaca to
this sMtgiaeaful matter. Tho OatjeeU
kaswa titat tisaaa IacUaa girts do not
teaetee tsknttata wagaa, aad k alas
kaawf that thatr easpioyautat by tke
! Coatasfaiaoaer ta sraadaious. Ha
kpswa tfcgt Mn. Muiu,ji easusu su-
aevtwlcaB th MMsduct of thgiU4ur-
fiow tha hvoiiM while
duty as aa eaaploye of the
Qsmwaweat "he otHea of the Coaa
mtialeaxr of laaUaa AJNiia. CapSaU
Psurr kjsssps that during etgfct o aisw
ham ewy day thaaa Iadtaa girls am
aksw, aad subjact to evaty dnagar aad
ttsiiiUttosj that he Jeslottsir u4sd
theai migst at CartUia
PafjalB yrr la dUhsgea oasis ia sal
k Skas asastcf , or. saajrtw. tast
U aaaoajaaaakka has
fkm of snoaniy saving huaiaass oa Am
yat af QajaHninswr meAX.
TW Vssr Yoi( Tribuud says that
lugji I. Pavsswoax was roasUeraUy
iHMMi at the atatesjwaai of tae Dean
tatjc gaMH that the Fadexal --
m aggaa wh gsf wwgt 'y lapses sjllsninnngi
C fefcet ItfnMtll'Ifll figaAAlft PflalfilaaTil
m vm w aniaMMP aMsmmamW sfamIIHnvW9
see aaTaunday algal last. 'Hotatag
wM ha Mwe ewnaatwi taa lais
aoat." saad ae, u dia uating the atat
' t at Dm fatoa League aua. "?-
i-dy taiag ahalTed aa tac Qcax
Lssauv-c TUc Kicciionj bill will (Mat.
1, ,. . uut u. pinseii. bot.vr taiaaaa
V l. sLatpJy fur lUla tvuaua
ii-n .'. Vjik aevaa BajMihttcaa buna
iota. Of thaw Mosin lanaau i . CtMtto
ia. Faxwsu. aau jnuw ace ab-
Uax of theat ua accouat of afcav
rtss. This Icav.s forty three precnt. It
w-onM be necessary to have every one of
tnese in atttndsrwe to wreads and pais
In Mil this sessbm. fttrt cannot rle
penrl on that. One or mote of them ar
HaWe to te shk. In fact. Mr. Ro
sitsrts and Mr. TOrrmi are bMh
going assay for a truck's mst no.
Itrslifpeiatlve thtnfow that the Mil
shouM go oeeT nniil the extra sesstm.
Which t!1 be railed Ttnmedmtety after
the fall tkctfoh. That Is settled be
fofttj question. The character of the
cnsiifnjrtee apfnfntM at the cotifetwiee
to fefuntt o the bill IndJcatwi the attt
(fide of thai body on the qneMlott.
Thtre Is o doubt that the tefmet of
Ihte wurmfttee it III Inelwde an ordt
ntttkg tlate for a vote on th? rmsae
t.te." ' Tfc M.tjt AJftut Toirn of the Mew
York Wrtf JajS: -'One of the sn'.Ktl
f at ri netntnl fosslp In Washlnuton
h tie friendship which has stwnna up
beti:b Ca nt.im.it and frtm.i s!me
the forner beraftns a Senator. They
ate always together when ljtwAM.a Is
not presiding, or each Is not actually
cngaeul In the business of the Senate.
It was noticed that, when CAm.mt.n
was sworn In, one of the most efTuMre
ffnnlors to consratnlsle him wim
lkBAita, ami It cansert comment, be
eartee the fenatnr from Kansas his al
ways been consblettd a Wtlcr nanlsan.
ho bad n,adt) more personal enemies
on the Democratic side Senator Voon
HKKstsptclally than any liepnbllcan
Stnator. !oon It appeared that the
friendship which und to exist between
Tmummaic ami KiiMtsiM, ami which
Pros Camrmon ard Hiti.kk of Smith
Carolina have for each other, was
flowing up between Cammslr ami
AlK. HOOKKK T. WAglllMlDN, A Col-
orctl man, president of tint TiMkemt
Xormal School, savs that tbreefmirths
of the colorml ll-iptfit ministers, and
two-thlrds or the Methodist, are unfit,
tltlur menially or morally, or both, to
preach Die Gospel to any one, or to at
tempt to lend any one. "One of the
nrlnclpal ends sought by most or these
ministers Is their salary," says Mr.
WAMiiHnTON. "and to this everything
clels made subservient." Mr. Wash
imoto.n Is dirtying his own nest a
little, and will be called a fmil bin! by
the majority or bis race. And he will
be set down as a bail man as a Demo
crat, ercn by Mr. Hoah, who loves
the negro and admires him theoreti
cally, but bat nothing lo do with him
In social life. Wasiiinotok Is walk
ing on dangerous ground. lie must
till tie truth In a gentler way must
cover It umltr a mountain of words
If be expects to go along in peice and
rot If dnmlted by abo.
HfTTRHwoHTii or Ohio, brive mm
with -his tongu. Is being Mghtened
fnm an isn.mt support of his Options
lill. He i Kin told liy a lot of
people from Xew York city that, If bis
bill ever becomes a law, a flnanclal panic
will Immediately Instantly la the
twinkling of an eye fall upia the
countiy and blot It from existence.
The probability is. therefore, tint
UuTTKKWORTit will reverse his aotlon
as on the Tariff bill. He denounced It
and tbm voted for It; and now It ts e.v
pectwt that he will advocate the
Opt low bill and then vote agdait It.
He Is like a dieam. lie goes by
Vkstkmday was a Sunday la which
a good deal of gambling, righting,
brick-throwing, pUtol shooting, aad so
forth, occurred at this city aad in Its
vicinity. But, why not? The stream
cannot rise above lis source. With
Bexd managing the House, aad Hoar
running the Senate with brutality as
the head of one of the houses of Con
ereee, and Oily Gammoaissi managing
the other, what Is to be expected of the
ItepubHcans who live under the
shadow of the Capitol!
("Short Sixes" series. Xo. T. by II 0.
HV.1NKH), a charming Httk story of Xew
England life, appears ia 1'utk of August
87. The Illustration are bv Y. Oppbu
JoewK Kbi-hlbk's cartoon, "The
I"oud of Flesh," la the same number,
shows up "Shyumw Bctlbk" la his
true eoiors. Mr. Oriiyin's "The Xew
Inferno'' k a humoroue expose of the
mysteries aad mtoaries of New York
CoMMiaaicaiKit or Ixihax Awairs.
GKSRiUL Moroan, ku Hwiicsl aa osdar
by whkh he hofuie Vo aseveat iba rob
bery of latiuuw by sbowtaaa. If. bow.
he will iasae aaotaar osdec by whwh
woaey-gtabbiMg Pedarai ottciaU like
himself , aad other pessoas. wU be ns.
veatad from using Iadisa school girts
as dosastUi at pan per wages, ba will
deprive hJasadf of soma Iasiiaa efcaap
labor, but be will be myffrd by Ike
Tub AauTte cholbiu aad the yellow
fever at asarrisiag oa slowly, but
surely. If both tana ditamei should
attack us during Harriso' MnH
ttatiaat Th thaught ia awaallbsg. It
is to be hoped taal, ia this iasiaaca,
misfortunes wilt coom siagiy. aad that
we may not be called uaea la atrsigsd
with asuee taaa HAaavuoat al tbts tins.
After aa hi oat w eaa eadaM bba atkar
placats with paticace.
ia oaa af has
boaiiy wpiisa t the eaialaa that Petal
HagBiasieT ia aatltatsl a ataaa
hm )mm irinniiii mhtm.
anjQAti MswMft. awawal fckaVaawkaaVa UaaW flaataalflal
aw' ewpj ma aawawavvpp waavaF PyVMtwPaia
hat ajtaajcted eoaajaWaaUa ajaaaataa aad
aat ctattbatl aHfit auxartaa.
WusatuNvwat Ce , 747 laeeawway.
Haw Yotk, aaaouace fur awaMiiaw)
iMiahVattoa ''Cataartaa's OavmUkm,"
by Cajuj.1, Ds Ia, Uraatiatai m
afar cow. li ao. ataa, Ay
u akt v.
Mint im Ommto Woritmufd.
Oae good elect, aowatat, samat to
av cos boat it, aad tt hi beat ex
ixtaied la tb Uuguage of aa aaoay
atoua fjeaator. which was. "'m aU
ajalU up " TUa Ksuark was tattuded
u U drttrlatine uf laa laalaaga aa4 sba
IfsWff of the Republican aaaaaatstt of
the camcus, but b U equalr true of the
nan at latg wafcb truly ia all split
Jfww;n Tf. C. Spofford, Clitcsgo
III.; F. w. Trsft, Brontrnte, Wyoming, i.
C. Owens and tr, Atlanta, oa.
XttfHmfii t. R. Cstte, Sew fork: A. F.
Sorrfs, Baltimore; .T. R Wfreon M enfe.
Sw Totk; W. H. Hreen, PrttsbnrtjPa.;
W. H. Penhsm, Jn Orlfsnn; W. K Bm-fc-nn,
Fort Kgh, Montsns.
ft. JirmrfV. Malcolm, Baltimore; Al
tit Levy, .tew totk; F. K. Trtey smt
t(e, ( htcssro; F. H. Hall and wife, Ctn
crnnatl; Charles Dersrh, Jftvt Totk; A. A.
Attn and wife, 8avsnnsh. fn.; Mrs. S
. Ijtavwiwottti, Montrose, fows; Mlnnte
Tv. Mnnson, Brtttgeport, Conn.; James A
Ctssetly, ?Fe Tor; H. (blrmet, BKt
ifcore. Kvr(f-4smes A. Smith, Vermont:
Albert Jv. Sew Totk: thmnss n.
Jfeilly, Jterk. X i.; H. K. AMen,
Rttft-t. r. Btstty, .tfwrtso Olty: .1. t
Beten teeter sml wrfe, Hostess Mess.; S. S
Wanton!, Km, fa.
Aofeniai AlnmftiM Ifltats, Meto:
lHnlet StsepMtl, OMeage); R J. Irye, St.
Tort.; Heerv B
flower, New Totk
B, WteWhihmr. New
Itertfterl, ftoswell t
Atno-M. M. Itnee, wife and daughter,
A'nrmnnrfie A. 4. Kmest, Miss C. B.
Friwt. Riterstde, Cal.; B, p. Bowen, ?Tew
Jibhitt-Thomas Settle, North Carolina:
Wllltim Whitehead, U. R. I)e beon. New
York: 3. A. Stephenson, Detroit, Mich.;
K. S. Hallnway, Colnmblana, Ohio.
ItMH .tohntm C C. Roos, 11. U.
ItMljell, New Yorti: A. MeRlmeil, Chs.
Ho'tandUeeege IV. Mathews, of Phlla
Mr. Melville Stolut, wlvance aaent of
the ' U and 1" Company, which will
begin an engagement at the National
next week, Is In the city. This Is
another of lleiinsnn's attractions ami Is
a pronounced success.
Mrs. ltobert G. Ineersoll Is the recip
ient of countless tracts, church prints,
leaflets ami religious publications eni-
uracinjr every moticrn creeil.
A special from Tnklo to the Xew
"iork JI'wW says: "Sir Kdwln Arnold
seems perfectly Infatuated with Jap
anese women ; so much so that bis India
trip Is put off Indefinitely, and his
friends fear that be will innrry a Japa
nese woman nnd remain here."
The wardrobe of Krnest Ileniion,
the "Jubilee plunger." was sold at auc
tion in London n few days since. All
his pillow cases were frilled. He could
have worn a different coat each day in
Some months ago Mr. V. K. Vander
bllt requested a yacht builder to pro
pare plans for it light draught steel
steamboat for tho use of his children on
Great 8oulh Day. Tire plans were
made, and n few days ago Henry
I'ltpgrass. the designer, finished the
boat icsdy for Its transportation toOiik
ilalo. L. I.
Mrs. Henry Ward Ileecher Is not by
any means n gloomy woman; there Is no
black or mourning tmblvin visible.
omen many jisis younger might
ct vet the delicate bloom still on her
cheeks and the cheery light In her eyes
and the pleasant words with which she
greets hvr friends. Only In niotncnu
of depression from physical suffering,
with mol eyes, she hs Iwen heard to
say: "I do so miss Mr. Ileecher."
AV York HVrW.
TARIFF AND GLOVE .
How A. T, ntnwiirt ami J mica Hilton
I'rollled by It.
Wler Critic: In your issue of the
18th instant an article appears under the
Leading "How Ihe bat Industry Is af.
ftetwl by the protective tariff." The
article brings with it the name of the
late merchant prince. A. T. Stewart of
Xew York, thus In connection with his
importations of kid gloves under the
provisions of the protective law. The
Stewatt mode of Importing this one
article of merchandise through which
to evade paying the war tariff will or
should be Interesting, not only to Con
gress, but to the American people, and
should long since have been brought to
the notice of the Attorney General of
the United States. I will be sustained
In the following statement, not only by
the records on rile In the court of Paris.
France, but of those In the United
After the adoption of the war tariff
Mr. Stewart entered Into a contract with
the kid glove manufactures of Paris,
France, to pay spot cash for all the
gloves manufactured by them over
Lome consumption provided, that the
said gloves be Invoiced to bin at Xew
York, direct from the factories, at one
half tbelr value, or the price paid there
for. This contract was continued with
the manufactures for some time after
the death of Mr. Stewart, when Judge
Hilton, that succeeded him, refused to
pay more than the Invoice price of the
gloves, thus ignoring the I'arls agree
ment, and la consequence thereof the
the glove manufacturers brought suit
against the estate of Stewart, not only
iu the courts of Paris, but ia the courts
f New York, to recover the full value
of tlie gloves, under the Paris agree
areat. Mr Stewart thus evaded paying
one half of the war tariff, be
came prince ia bis line of trade
aru could afford to sell to all
other mefebaats ia America this
class of goods at a lass price
then they could obtain tkam at ia aav
art of Kurope. The Attotaey-Oaaetat
m ease be avails it, baa a good ai at
law agaiaat Stewart's estate
Let aay Seaator or member of Coa
great point out to me, through Use eul
ttatas of your paper, aay oaa article of
auschaaoiae that goes into the coa
auwprioa of th aaopie aad that is sub
ject to hth protective tariff , let the saasa
be specific or ad toivrsw, aad I will
show him that I caa evade the law, defy
datection. run through the law with a
tea mule team, stake mysatf a attttloa
aire, aad bankrupt, ia case I faai tUa-
poaeu, aay otaer auucaaat that
the tame Wed of ucrchaadiae, la
Jut aataat by tae law.
Taoa. P. SrotANCAM.
Waahlajtaa. Auga jMl.
Jaia Asm rata
It may ha that W
hcew. bdaad af Jar atiawawr to Sgssia,
Ue U atui aataiaw tte baaatwrks. aad.
as BMia would aa eon fsjwaar oawawa,
kit KefiuhaYcaB i a rants woaai doubt
less ha glad to ataka kbit "walk
-- 1 ,i
JOaUT aoYLB OHkOLLY
Ewa a ateaawr's agaswtt iawati tataai
viaioaar j vtsiroe wttk psasiaat aaat
fgg tm siMia aftbft aauHaui
As seats UBkaoata atr afiaasatt ate sav
Ihtoagh stiaace fateuauaetivtt; aeojty
hue heart to u tauga aoMa, guusl aad
Aad eser at aaprsssina'aaieaaa taasw
Ta gauge af song, fa ajw aaaia aba
Tea suul-aas of a atbsa, aiaaarsstaat
Tat aasatoa ail ala aavav aaaita uaht
Am ucu us wsaaa at wagtea
Or satea, -ToHas- o'er heed lag gtalv,
1UI austb't dark wave Uuke uMui at hit
Ana 6oi aua sireamiag u ie uuUr tsout
Mr not M.iiofi.t.
JAKES V. COWMAN.
Ivem-etHnWin wm nt nti flW WfMh-
tltiii In th fMMen rat.
Mt. .fames v. Coteman, whoowrw with
III a few totes of receiving tmsD '-no
rratfc ftomlnatfon for Governor of Cill
fornia a few days ago, h well known In
this city. He Was a stndent at George
town College for many years and a
h?er her there. lie etrtwrd im college
m I'D and had a remarkably brilliant
course. He wae the medal man In his
cImsos, a magnificent speaker, possessed
of a flexible and polished style, both In
prose and verse, and had the respect of
hrs companions ami rewclrflra as a young
man of Inflexible mlntlple.
He graduated In 1HW ami delivered
the valedictory, which was highly
mafced. He taught In trrt college and
in Gon?ga College for a few years,
pntsntng the study of law In the Mw
ipartmfnt of the University and gfad
Hated In 178.
Shortly afterward Mr. Coloman went
to California and enteml the offlce of
his nncle. while there he acnulred
great wealth In mining property. He
proposed the law to preserve an I In-
creirte the forests of his adopted State,
ami was appointed Forestry Com mis
sloner. 'With the co operation of his
secretary, S. W. Fotman, another
alnmnws of Georgetown College, he did
the State excellent service.
hen the new building of the college
was begun Mr. Coleman donated to It
the sum of $10,000, which was soon fol
lowed by another donation of an equal
amount from his mother, Mrs. Marin
Coleman. In the Coleman Museum of
the colleee Is a magnificent Itoman mo
saic picture, the gift or Mr. Coleman,
reprinntlng St. Peter's Church ami tire
Vatican, estimated to be worth many
thousands of dollars. Also on the
shelves of the same museum is a collec
tion of mineral ores, cliielly from the
most famous lodes of California ami
Xtvada, numbering about 2,000 speci
mens, given by him. He was president
Of the EOCletr of Allimnl of flMlrsratmcn
Lnlverslly for two years, Including the
centennial year, at the celebration of
which he presided. Mr. Coleman Is a
frequent visitor to this city, ami Is nl
ways In attendance nt tho annual com
mencements and the alumni reunions.
JODN BOYLE O'REILLY'S SUCCESSOR.
HIr jlMorlnte cm tlie Pllot" Will
llrrratirr Itnn It
Fnm (At .Vpw York 8tor.
The admirers of the late John llnyle
O'llellly will be glad to learn that the
editorship of the Boston 1'Uot, which
his death left vacant, will go to James
Jiffteys Kochc. who was for years Mr.
O'Hellly's associate In the management
of that paper. In Boston It has long
been conceded that next tn John ttnvla
O'llellly there was no mora popular or
gifted Irleh poet or llterateur nt tho
Hub than Mr. Hoche, who has won
something more than h local reputation
by the work of his pen In addition to
bis literary talent, Mr. Hoche Is nn ora
tor aril as true a friend of Ireland as
was the patriot whose place be Is to rill.
In appearance, however, there was a
striking com rust between O'llellly and
While the former was a burly,
athltllelooklng man. the latter Is un
usually small and Uellcale looking
PhjslcHlly. He has handsome. Jet
black hglr.whlch covers his wellshsped
head In a mass of curls, ami wears a
mall, artlstleally-tralned mustache of
the same color. His eyes are also Jet
black ami very bright and sparkling.
Mr. Iloche is president of the Papyrus
-iuii, ami in one oi wiu popular mem
bers of tbe Boston Press Club. He Is
feltlom seen at Ihe Press Club rooms,
however, his connection with the organ
isation ooniUtlng almost exclusively In
pajlng the dues and attending the
annual tllnneM. On those latter occa
sions ne is one or tbe moet entertaining
Oyttera fur Dvuart,
Mvm tin Vw Vent atmr.
Did you ever hear of oysters for des
sert? I used to know a bon vlvaat who
never eat them except after dinner. He
boarded for many years at one of the
famous hotels In tbls city, and during
tbe oyster season every day, aa soon at
he had finished his dinner In the salle a
manger he used to walk directly to the
oyster counter on the ground floor ami
eat a dozen blue points on the half
shell, which tbe watchful attendant al
ways had selected for him. This experi
enced epicure scorned to begin a meal
with oysters. What'" he would say,
"put cold bivalves on an empty stora
ach? Such a practice must ruin diges
tion. Begin your jnesl with warm soup,
which gently stimulates the stomach
and elves It a tone.
"When you are through with a hearty
meal, your stomach craves something
cooling. It ought to be gratified. Xot
with a viand hard to digest, but one
which dissolves easily with the beat of
tbe stomach, Imposing ao labor upon
the digestive faculties. Orsters are just
the tiling cooling, of delicious flavor,
refreshing; they settle the appetite aad
make the whole system feel at ease.
They are tbe scientific climax to a
banquet, sad tbe man who does not
know it te sot a finished epicure."
The old gentleman proved that oysters
after dlaaer were healthy anyway, for
be Hved to be mote tbaa foufscore aad
kept up his praetiea to Uie Wet
'tf, JlUt fallll OlHHl.
8s -,-, eharmmg. lovely jouag Mr,,
'I really Wt know what a kn!"
a taKue aeaaa net saeak
Siwea bar vtoetb aathe'i
I saM as bs Aid a, "Why,
m auBmtm nrnm.
Urn gaaad oat patty could oaly
laataaa aa lanetlhr aa it uuluu
States, what a gtaat party it would be.
Is a aaarf aouo u tultowia bartauia aiaat
ataa as west as la eeerftaiaa alas, ar the
aatverwl urban sttna It has (ivaa.aad r
aaaa ysma; vaen&ajaeatWeM BlUU IA
Mamria. aausVs wiiwueuwln aa
"taaawMwawawMl Caf aattawJawaW M aVaaftl
tMsrstata,aaalar aU aisaaasaarisiaa-fsast
etasaawtaa br baaace stood Qe not sa
veawaiat wMk aa ustsard t or aairJ4 atav
tl wbteb toa aaa toi4 to "a uo4 as
itood't," bat as sasa teaat oatr Buud.
WEAK AVB TiMD.
"Last ascuur 1 1 maiinl to be
w saaMa, was weak iiud urwtij tae uum. I
toakwusst's awmaeuaia and u ate sasa
asaat aaat of twu4, Kr atu aaaabtuK, If
latwokiaas saaatag tsosj suoAua aaf
Hats sab aceat aaat. usi's Isirastsrtlls
old hat state uo4 tbaa irrTiJat aiae wa
ae atat atvea bar-' ' hwiu Cum, gaa
&uii at ii oiacaUu. j -h i . ., tM
lcauttJjbjC HWOJLU L ,t Mu.
M Bsms tu ItaUar
Wilson k Carr's
NEW SHOE STORE,
No. 929 F St. N. W.
Fine Shoes for Ladles.
Fine Shoes for Mhms.
Fine Shoes for Children.
Fine Shoes ror Gentlemen.
Fine Shoes ror Boys.
All Style or Fancy Stlfmers.
AH Colors Made to Match Dr
WILSON & CARR'S
New Shoo Store,
929 r HTnr.irr n.
WahIntlon, I). C.
IT IS POSITIVELY SO,
We cah't Impross a need of
prompt action on your part,
with reference lo availing your
selvei of the particular advan
tages ol this "ante-rail" sea
son, any more rorclbly than to
give you our word that the
current week Is tho very last
opportunity we can give ror re
ductions on summor goods.
What we sell We must dispose
or quickly, because fall stock
Is already beginning toootno In.
If not sold, the few baby car
riages, water coolers nnd re
frigerators we have remaining
must go Into the storeroom.
Xow, you know enough nbottt
business to realize that wo'd
rather sell an article nt a big
sacrifice than to store It. But
that one thing or the other
matt tako place "Is positively
so." Therefore, we remind
you to consider well our large
dlicounta on Furniture, Oar
puts, A-c. Here Is an Idea of
Best Quality All-wool In
grain, made ami laid with beat
IlKrr tilling, 7&c
lOOMoquettc Haesoehs, Kc.
100 Body Brussels Ottomans,
100 Mctiuette Ottomans, Mc
7 feet, 6.10.
Bubs, 1 feet by
75 All-wool English Woven
Dniggotts, 00c Kiuare yard.
130 All-wool Art Squares at
5c per square yard. Bed uoatl
Best Quality Seamless White
ami Fancy Straw Matting, 85e
You can't possibly make any
mistake on any reduced goods,
but you'll make a big mistake
If you don't seoure them this
TUlrtecutU unil p Klreeli.
Dkederjf ef Lawyers aid Law Firms,
sat O stteetaartawxt.
Wmhtentnii, D. a
Wsastsr Law "-Hitter
Hiistilsais, ia 9 straat aarsbwatt.
Ml aa an tt st, Cbaaaasy aatUtag. aaai
raittaas aye.. WssHaataa. B. g
imtLUta, ZACHHY Jt SteKBtlMSY.
. A names at Law.
Horsford's Acid Priefiphate.
A IwMMwC ttStaaatiawawa taaW ftawMawawawaf sAtASl OaW
wtlsWwl iMaawaf 1
MrMIHlaW lllaiawiii VdAMOM
ataaaaauaai atJ IsBiliiftniau jajaal ajagjaiAbawaat
W w' wttwawwatw wjaw RawajgaaHHa"
It saaa Ska wuad 'HbMati'a"
""t p wrwwaffa1 w
hM MMiU aUI
MMd W mVm
JiO. UOS i aiHAXi a. V ,
tXwawr ttfa awtl Pita, a, w.
rewemer we are sttn eoatiawftat
that SPxrjtAb 9At,n ot uimm mm
tfeMtfaMaa jsaatMICiiL aaa jal MHuaaaaasl
UUtWl arflify UHQI Fl IrW IwPtt VSWWI"
tttffT fiM ftHf(! Brill
W-faWfe SJTtifc IWBy7 UwirtifM Wl"
vfHttl IJRtWWK. OMy MM. fMH JWM. A
CnABOfl fOT Bp6pwS Of mlVtifb B'flWTO
OR-niCh BWWWW WrfllB9W ra traMtfl
rat lefimt. only Te. ser yarn.
riinoh. snn. and St per raw. An
Tbe bet Ihre of 'Pawets at ll. we
have ret placed ra sale.
Extra mines hi Hustle Oath at
Kc Kte. and J6e. per yant .
Lsrae site Wreaelwst amt rjnbmasrieil
Tarthh Towels fertnebiMb. Kitra
heavr qnalfty. Se. eaeb.
On eat banrafh tabte Hi froet of
trren rerartment we bavett ptoeert
nverel dlCerent tteMtirs In ttnek smt
I)dik Ton els of One srsde hoth m
I nottetl frbiire aarf hemstttetred, self
Holler Towels, stready mfrtts, both
plain ami twill et rrab, t yards rang,
only Xe. each, js.w rar Jeten.
SKW KKCKWRAR POU M BN.-We
eoiitrol for this city the prodttetsot
orw! ot tbe best, If not the best Neck
wear eoneerrs. Tbe best materia)
set! most skilled votk-peetto are
etl. It requires sMIbaemttreri only
by mt exporlenee, to nmko awl
shape a searf altogether pteetair
thts Ranefaetarer has It, We are
showlrxr a wimlew tall ef a rt Pall
order, erfottmts.its4sn, ami shape,
eteeeitleely eatehy. The prtee, mere
to, tCe, eh.
Ilea's department, 101 P sf.
NEW FAM..TACKKTS FOTtMtSSIW
AND CIULnnKN.-We bare iart re
eelveil an early arrival In Mlea' ami
dillOren'.i Fall .Tashets, la I'laln
Navy, rialn Oreen amt Kavy-lilue
Chevron. Ihoy are made reefer
tbaril, roll collar ami hlffb abouUl
ers. Ires 4, C, f, to. IS, 14 ami IS years.
Trices 16, tiM, W, SS.M, $7 ami
AIo another lot af Drown 8tr1reil
Cloth, mmo shaped.
eirm .", 10, IS, 14 nml IS years.
rtlwfcjr.tc.ts, s.to.; ami .
TnoaR NEW PEttaLB SUIIIT
WAISTS FOH LADtKS are Rohw very
fstt. Hotter nMko yoer seleetleni
new while we have a eoraptete stoek.
They are plaited baak ami frost, fnll
sleevea and hlsli tHiMeri. Oaly
ANOTllKIt NEW AItT FABttlC
We have Jut received n now Art Fftb
rle eallod "Hollywood" Ctoth. It U
uteil for lurtalan, Bota Pillows, Clwlr
Covers, Table Covers, eta. The
rtltobet uied are pnneipallrdaralag
fttlob, working threicU. rope illk and
llaen floM, The eotors are See,
(treen, Iliac, flolde Drown, Terra
Cr.Ua, etc, (2 laebee wfde aBd only
Sl. per yard.
Heeond Hoir, annex.
WOODWARD & LOTHROF,
Corner lllli anil V Sts.N. W.
Use of tbe balNleMa bett aeadstate aad
aloMleal Mboolt la 'ew Bmrtaad. Tbe nay.
meat of HI la advaaee will aerer etdlaary
taltlee, wllh board, for fall terra, batem
Send for eatalgae te
HEV.O. M.STbgLK, Priaaiaal.
rent aad tuition free. An entraaae fee of S3
far cat, beat aad oare of roam. AU Mysataa
medwate. Term bsntat SETTBMBEK S8.
SEV. A. A. LIVEItMOItE. D. D.,
rrrtideat, MeadvWe, Pa.
T. JOHN'S COLLBOE,
tStst mliu NBGtwwt WTU SHPTBM
BBH, Bleat rvpartBMMs aad taer eaiiroas
oa4y, BaMdleM baated by steaai. Teraw
a sa state. Per aataleeae address tba priwi
THOM AU PBLU Vh D, Hi. B.
piBMOE CHKiSrTt AX WKJ,BJ.
IkL) SaattUjr 1Kjaka.aaMa Wn tMihis m !
nnuY seaway. m um
tat Jtssbasa aw., asar Mab tt..
MfisflAMal &A LiMaBsS
Mat, wuMeas Asaat. A- b-
af tbe beat
aVawaawawat wataU til
aaw watawav yww w-w
J Mill nrgntj vawaawirr.
qp wmp "aiw w awawanr a
AUt NOW JUtatlY.
And Will t beat ua AvalluttUua.
ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE,
TBfUrojrt AVE. A THOMAS CtRCtE.
A I Jlj Tj j?" n "vts for Clerksal
Worbt CoBMerea, the Sswrtnary, or the
Tsneoft or jmw atrn xentetfle.
TMK THIMARY AH ISTBUMUmATK TJ8
FAltTMESTB Are wen eqtptW aid nrnDer earefel nwm
nent. fend for Ctrcnlar.
ftBtS-Iw BROTORR FABRICTAW.
Washington, D. C
8cnorjr,oF arts and sxibwcbs toeonra
town Oslleire). New terra be, Ins Septem
ber It. Preparatory Department for
Hoarders. Cotleirtate lepaitreent for
Boarder ami Day Scholars. J. Uavsm
ntenAfim, S. J., FresMmt.
SCIIOOIi OF MEDICINE. Terra opens Octo
ber 1. O. L. MtanCDM, M. D., Dean, 815
Vermont ar . n. w.
SCHOOL OF LAW. Term opens Ostober 1.
B. M. Yeatman, feeretary, Oeonretown
Law nnlWlBR, cor. F and Sth sts. n. w.
,.T. HAVENS niClIARDS, S. J., ReetOT.
Ai1i1rft thn nptnl.
pal .I39 A. E. THOMAS
IIARLOTTE HALL SCHOOL.
Sltaatlon nnserpassetl for health. Bnfilkh,
CIsNtrs), Matlicmatleal, Commerotel amt
Military Conrso. Heard and tHlthm, StSDror
tenraontts. Fer pnrtleutars address
H. W. SILVBSTER,
anlt,ocd.tni St. Mary's Coonty, Md.
QT. LUKE'S SCHOOL,
Btutloton, near rhlladelpbla, Fa.
A lilcholaM tchool. Exceptionally hoalth
fill location. Deltobttnt sarroundlnRS. Coins
ceodwork. Freparo or any oollogo or busi
ness. Boys seat this year to Yalo, Harvard
ami rrlticcton. Speetaleareof younger boys.
T INDBN SEMINARY,
A school for yoenR clrl nml youn ladles,
at Lltltz, Lanaaatsr County, Pa. OTIh year.
AMle,oenfotlallrt tsbool home; thonmah
methodt; earelaloverstahtof tba ladtvMnal
papil; ml vaseei eoertet of study; very plaas
ant location; stetm heated. JSS8 per year.
V y ELLS COLLEGE FOH WO Jt KN,
A urora, Ceywea Lake, N. Y.
three fall oonrsea of Italy. Loom ton
besmlful ami bealthfal. A rsflael Cbrtstlan
bsae. NewbaltdlSit readv next September.
Swtkra beclM HErrBMUEIt IS, lift). 6ad
E. 8. FRISBEE, D. D.,
XiraHR'tl COLLEGE I'llBPAHATORY
New BruBswIsk, N.J.
BoardlsgSsheot fer Beys ami Young Msn.
Irepares fer the bett eolleftes, sslsottge
tebeets or bntlasas.
e. n. cook. a. m., ra. d..
TT SRMOKT ACADEMY.
ONE OF THE BBiT IN NEW EtIOLAND.
StBdnta;io evry eoKu la New Baglaad.
Atberoajrb preparation. Flrstai&ss faelll
tlea la EnglUh. Baltdlaet sow, large and at
trastlve. Laberaterlas, ayauuutam aad all
fastlltles, Able teehrs. Twnw moderate.
Saxteas River, Vt.
Fer eetaleaite add? am
Tt jri6 AIKEN'S SWOQL FOH QI RU.
Batsbtttbsd te Hat. Praaaras (or aoUaja,
travei sad beaie. Tbe BMtbad by wbleb the
BMBtal tseatuas ate ataested wttt be taaad
ia ta i seen it ediMaa af Miss AVkaaS paa
abiet aa "PonnaatsntBil Altunlfain." naw
reajy. tar sate at atmilaaa. I ttntan Sajaase,
QXmaal babt) oat,l.ltsW FOat YOtMM
atlas ssi sts. tpatlntlnntt TbaAbaaMatar
af Vss, yimatint Hswtwa, Oaa.mnutrr
9i ANMiC aMl AM SMMAattat VaaffsslifMI WatT
MAssSAiUK' WllrTtiHttF tUU.
faatessL CIsIsbsisbsI MaJ Stasft AfkaLAW flsMf
ba lUYaOMrti MtsPltWaL
" Haawaak. usaa.
Pns Tfrit salssBJ
A Hfyaad &tt aVw Qm1. mA VaaataNaT LsaattaM.
statsiiB' swsjsssp w spasF ajaiav T"TaapBaT Psatttaw
ta Maatt. AM aaitba
XaattaM bjcattea- fatabi YtJti'
Usasw la tae aacbab
abtaUsBtS Ml ajtal Ut
FiJf MHittsVT SlaW!
. MARY'S FRMniFSPMIMflRY.
. MADV'.q rrr. xtn aanii&nj.A. tti
SW ATNAL THEATRE.
openmr of the Rp(rnir fpiw b
WONDAT. AT(11 ST 2'
MATTHEE8 WEDSSSDAY ANn s Ti HU V
Urst Appearance In Wahnetnr of
OROANIZBD IS ETROff
fetrswrw on sale at boT offf i'i
TTAJIRIS' BI.TOW THEATRE
XJ vreeb ctwrnienpine MoniA1i. Al u a
Xathtees Tnerday, Thnnday and itnrJiv
The rormhrr Tonnr Oermsn Comedian ol l
As "Yobsmr1 In Iifdw Wlttmork an.l 1 n
ItnnktnrOrttmal MnPtl )ermnnt jm.3y
Drama In Fonr Act, entitled
THE BROOMMAKBR OF CtRtsBAD.
Freenteil by a company of player ( -MV'r
teltTted for this production Don t f- i i
hear the ml Broom r,nr sink'
Mnfc. Frolic and Fan, LanghterfuU ia:s.
THEATRE. llTn ST
THIS WEEK-Ladles' Matinco To Morrow.
TWO BIO SHOWS' ONE TU KF.T TO Attt
1 he Anthers of "Down Went McOlnly,"
SHERIDAN and FLYNN'S
Orcanlzed In America.
New Sonest New Facesl New Feature.
Rftro Attraetions In Uanlen
SpatrlBR To-NlRht-YOCNO vs. BOLt.KR.
Is tbe Orat of All Mnsloat Instrnmente
Bceanee It performs any mnslo
(rem a waltz or n ballail to an
dTertnre or a symphony more
bountifully ami more nearly
perfect than any other slnglo
last rumen t,
Tho Aeolian Is not mechanical, but tho
rmnirmtattonoflttsso simple that a person
eon let rn to play it with from one tothreo
weeks' practice. Your visit to too this In'
atruraent will bo esteemed a favor at
E. F. DROOP'S,
05 rA. AVE.,
Eolo ARcnt for Stolnway and Other First
Class Pianos and Organs.
"tALA'DAYAT LBESBuitO. '" '" "
. GRAND EXCURSION
THE LOUDOUN COUNTY (VA ) FAIR,
Under tho Auspices of
NELSON DIVIStON, NO. 8,
UNIFORMED HANK K. OF T.,
THURSDAY. AUGUST 8?.
WAIT FOn THE TH110UGU trCIA
Train leaves n. A P. Depot at 0.10 a. mr J
turnlm to Wnihlneton br T p. m
A corolal Invitation Is extended to Wash
Ington niid Columbia llvlslomof a hlns
ton. Iletmlone Dlvlilon of Georgetown and
Itay-beiie Dlvllon of Aloxan lr,a i i in j
Tickets, roumt trip, Inouulinitadmh'ilon t
Jalr. II.4S; cbtldreii, ;jo For sale nt 11 .t
1. Hfpot nd ltoai'anTen w aa n
ON TI1K CHKSAPKVKB,
OPEN JUNE 11.
Naval Academy Band.
FINEST MEALS. FINEST ATTRACTIONS.
EVERYTHING TIIE BEST.
Trains leave II. A O, Depot, week days, 0.13
a. tn.. I jo ami 4.30 p. ra. Sundays, 9.33 a. m.,
1.30 ami 3.15 p ra
Leave Bay Ridge, week days, 0 SO and 8.20
p. ra. Sundays, 8 amis 10 p. m.
Round Trip Tickets
cn.s. O. SCULL,
Gea'I Passenger Agent,
USEFUL 'BOOKSJOH VACATION.
By Cuiblm Ddbuv Wabxer. Btcbly lllaj
trated by C. S. Hiixhaht. Tost 8ro, Halt
TraveHeg Netes la Europe. By Tuioucbk
Child, author ef ''DelleateFeastlnf,n&o,
Post 8vo, Ctoth Ornamental. S1.23.
Our Journey to the Hebrides
ByJeswn Pbdkku. and Euubith Robixs
PejiKtix. llbutratsd. Poit fv C'.otn
A Tramp Trip.
Hew taSe Europe oa Fifty Cents a Day By
Lie MtHwavaaii. With Portrait. Haw,
Knocking Round the Rockies
By Emimt Itrtawu, author of 'Krleilj
Wertb KaavUkte" "Tbe loo (iueen,' &-,
ItbMtratsd. Stiaare to. C loth, tx.
Shoshone and Other West
By Bwauaas Kouass. With a Prcfi-e ty
Ciuum ftuwu Abaks. Iliu-itratel
Feat Ssa, Clotb. tt; Papr, TM
Nooks and Corners of the
New England Coast.
by SUmvu. Auiu Ssukk. With Nu-n-r- i
HtBilrarsaas. Saaase 8vo, Cloth. $l'?.
City Boys in the Woods;
Or. A frnagtat V tenure te Maine ByHrv-r
P. Win. Hhttl salad. !,uj,rj I- ,
Ctatb. Btaaataatai, t-te.
The abase weeks ate tarsal by ait bci
tsttiss ar wttt ha seat by tba pabiuher- pc
aaa nsaaM.te aay vast 0 tba Uuitcd sr-c,
Gbaada or Meabw aa receipt of price
HARPER & BROTHERS,
Pxiaeess Rosetta and
wa sat lattasat br tirnsM. u Mabt s. w -ua'
staaltaaait bataaatas oootubi.i..-3 1 -laa
. WIDE AWAKE
uaaat Atiaa bat a noaalar taebi , 3 -.- -aboat
"The iaarlnss Watar Lily 1 w 1
br "Tbe Qaata LUy." br Mi y t. i
tbat br a hatend arr aasas. "Water 1 7
Maacat L. Maae. tbaAatateuxi l., j.
artiula baa soata aarr oartoun and 1-. -i
BtBtatat- Hr. ieaJaasau.'ulrtu. ,-.
Tke Hat ol tke Postmaster,
la aetabJe aad autaMy tot J. TU.c-
ttd. Tin. v- S
flatter at aadMtar
bU,tU- --5 3
ul lilt 3t -v
fur youaa and. uU aad :.&.- - -
Paaos ut vuUub Oebabu.
D.Lotkrop & Co., PabluT.crs