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THE DAILY CKITIC', WKDNTf-PAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, 18no.
tTni? DAILY CRITIC
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3?llfiCH ffroUATtoa CLAIMS.
Wo call attention to on article from
tho Chicago JVffone on the subject of
too French Spoliation Claim, copied
ts Mother column of Tub Cntttc. It
H A forcihte presentation of the mutter,
tat contains oh misstatement of fact.
It it Mistake to suppose that these
OtotM ftevr out of the Lonteiana jwr
olMt, They were released to France
y the treats- of September 30, 1900, In
Ctwelderatton of ft release of the lift
Vlittrfor failure to keep oar treaty of
Tebranry 9, 177S, and to be release 1
rum that obligation In tbe futtire. If
y of them belongs to attorneys or
indium, the report of the court must
phW the fact, for the law referring
them to the Court of Claims provkiee
tfcot it shall examine and determine the
vfttMky ami amount ot each, "together
with their pretent ownership, ami, if by
nteignee, the ilale of the aetlgnment,
with the confederation paid thereof."
A rAHTY OF LIAIW.
Individual members of tbe Kennblt-
&m petty, in public ami in private life,
,td at! others competent to speak on
the subject, are siring voice to wms
Mtf indifferent opinion concerning tb
Grand Old Tarty. In hii speech on the
Elections btll last wV, Senator IIok
himself rigoroutly denounced bis party
for having failed to hcep Its promises In
the pnst, and urged It not to repeat Its
record tn thle respect la the pretent.
Senator Fhvm followed up this attack
by severely censuring It, because in all
its years of absolute power It bail'nefsht
rntry failed to carry out certain pledges
It bait been in the habit of periodically
making In Its platform.
Many ltepublcan newspapers those
aeenstomed tn 1 y do.vn tho law for tbo
party ari ichoing as loudly as print
er's Ink can do the opinions of Ilovrt,
Futk, Spoonkh and the rut. Ami
now, as though all these assertions
.needed corroboration, comes forward
ALWtasr W. TocitftKK. a well known
writer of Itepubitcsn campaign liters.'
t tn, ami, In copyrighted four-column
attieJe, calls attention to tbe four pledges
o bW party In 1988:
First. A law to secure free and fair
Second. National aid to education.
Third. More liberal pension legisla
Fouith. Tbe revision of tbe tariff.
Of these 31 r. Toumixx says, the third
bss been accomplished, tbe fourth may
he. 'he second bas ben expressly repu
diated, and that 31 r. Quay Is engaged
la a movement avowedly Intended to
prevent tbe other from bolng redeemed.
This "other" Sir. Touhors declares, la
Italics, tho Republican party has
pledged itself a hundred million tlmei
to redeem, and tbe failure by the Ile
nubHeae Senate now to do so is to
vohtotartly write upon tbe Republican
bannr in Ineffaceable characters "TkU
in party of Uar. Th more tvUmn ttt
Mr. Tovhohb, who is something of a
seneMloMltet, bas not sprung a sensa
tion on the public this time. The
mottebe suggests for the Itepublteaa
banner, newwver true la statement, is
not new. If Judge Tochobb wishes to
copyright sosae fresh news, he will btve
to try again.
in n mw i m m .
In thk SirntuaBX number of "Har
per's 3fsgasfn" Thbouonr Child Oe
settba a Journey "Across -tbe Amks,"
along tbe line of tbe great Traasamtine
Nsiiway hieh U soon to connect
Mueaos Ay res with tbe Pacide coast.
This to the Br of mtim of illustratati
-articlw on South America which Mr.
..Cfeibi has peefiared, relatiaur his ner
aasml espetWeus and obaervasisme in
.tfeai eondnent liuileg the iset six
wmubs of the present yr. In the
tm number of tbe "Maeaxtne," Rce
SiMPtrn6is describes eertain "Re-
tm Discoveries of Palmed Gieec
Scuipture," and ioeUenUlly give
,af valuable information conetreta
Creek art and stehiusctme. Ueuten
i . D. JutMOLU Kuuv of the
. PeHed filfttea Kney cortrissites est ar
Mcie ee) Use "fiocial Bide of Yaewta"
Ts wipjsriaetty of or eosmmon wild
tower ewer Ike cultured varktke of tho
regisneslrry is Ulustrated with no njsd
msacst by Yiixiam Hmiltok Guooet
I sJmrtYrtwHilf aftbJe wiHIeii "Tho
Vm&m&m." Among the other eoo,
MM eon "Too Mottk aijfesaas.'' by
If. IT. Rich tmrarHi, "The MestntaU
Faosoj of tho Cumberlami." by J4tc
sjfS AuutWj and a tiaaely pa pur by
poisWsm swsVia 4wnsaTnsa Mem SsWl
0nefo b leshlL" Dtuesr' fasiwU
ojhio stesy of 'Port Tenacon" stiii
Aojds lh fast mace i the otefcm of tho
"MMBMtee. ' while impstr tb kkurt
gawtag m contributions by Bain
PtUlAIM, Makv S. Wiuhw. P4CL
&umm. nod tho author of "Cap Cad
Bke," xnuu Pajuos cantiaJMS
Hi Ittmmrtnoi of Vooawo4tT
i sjb ntU ongo dmwtaf to ac-
tfeo aaooot m 'AU-1
UMftilo.'' Uthot poeM we by Haw
4ti Pom, 634n U. jQumx w
ffHW.f Tl 1 BfMTH Too fvhiiM1i treejed
i Iho odgestisi eVefoolosonio iesJudM ob
HfvoalOM os tbo "hoc fnosby," oo
gejodosv FsvnMn. tusd oo JBternnti'mfl
eff Jhj, hf Cjkmu-o Wuxuif Cvev
JgpS" ojflpssWpjSji sp sv onpojiP eggojgf sinosFe4a9 9?
Viluam Dbaji w" ' nod nsloc
glaMtuKMi too fooctoodao of Ihodfsv
s "y rp-WgeaVeow pea ojrtMeww g ssap'
JtM ojsooJJB tho nojtOf of aba HsJsVa'
jtj. jEJIj cEmdk at mJt
Couott, . Y But Hi. Wq-
aod the messbcrs uf his coegte
- " ' r r v i v.t, it 1 'ti' r't i t
itt'rL !i i np pastor. Tho d' U'cc
ment w (niied prlmarllv by Mr. Fon
ttf love of the nattowtd gam, and
wcomiarlly becanM tie lotw ctgTTt
and will ranokt them. As pastor. Vlt.
Fovtiti6 pleased Ms pepie. Splrltn
ally, tor'ally and fnteiteetnalty m was
stfhfnctory. But when it became known
that be had studied not only theology at
crdTrge, but bad acquired a full kftnl
erTfe of the mysteries of bftsefmll tn
etdl. and that be was training the til
luge fi'tm prtparatoty to challenge the
club meant to offer a tlval company,
to. stnM members of bis cult fffsjgajt ton
Inti rfered. Tbey Informed blm that he
TOnM not preach Christianity to them
On Snndsy If he persisted in playing
baseball on week days He denied
their fight to Interfere, and tbe mm
Sunday announced from tbe pulpit that
at an approaching picnic for the beimflt
of the church he. would take part in a
baseball game. The nctt Sunday the
c'liers lo bed him out of the rhurch,
ard on Monday he discreetly sent In his
resignation. lie hoe organised a "free
church" whose spiritual needs he will
watch over when he Is not playing base
ball or putting cigarettes.
Oni or th Important features of the
coming volume of "Tbe Century Jlagn
eJne" will be a series of papers on
"Tibet," written by a well-qnallftot! ami
adventurous American traveler, Mr. W.
Woodvh.i.k Hoc Kit i M., formerly of the
American Diplomatic Service, who his
recently returned from a long and peril
ous jouroey through the unknown heart
Of Asia. For TOO miles he pawed
through a country where no white man
bad ever set foot, Journeying, of course,
in disguise. It is only within the last
few years that the Chlnose have been
able to plant themnlves in tbe country
he traveled through, so hostile have the
native always shown themselves.
It Is said that in Tibet nearly every
crime Is punlhed by the Imposition of
a tine and that murder Is by no means
an expensive luxury This, of course,
arcatly Increases the danger of traval In
that remarkable land. The series will
be fully illustrated.
ThhMoi-xt ISktiiki. Hatost As
sot iation Is In session at Baltimore with
over one hundred delegates, all colored
minister?. In attendance. The Hev.
VnixoTON HoLStna of the Israel 11 tp
tint Church of this city was reelected
Moderator, and created quite a breeu
by requesting tbe delegates to keep
away from saloons. Hev. II. C.
ltoHiNsox, also of Washington City,
resented this remark, saying: "We trn
all Baptist ministers, nnd I consider It it
reflection on myself and olhsrs to be
urged by the .Moderator not to go Into
taloons." Moderator IIoi.mks wm ti
be of the opinion that be Is presiding
over a lot of Hhit bus been Insultingly
called "whisky Baptists."
Tick I!xomh newspaprs are com
menting Indignantly on tbe horrible
bungle, as they call it, which was made
In hanging a murderer named Dayiss,
at Birmingham, recently. The man's
windpipe was ruptured, and he wm
strangled to death slowly. In his pfts
lage making frightful noises, ami ap
palling tbe spectators by dreadful con
tortions. Several waters suggest that.
In view of this evett, a scientific In
quiry should be made as to tbe best
means of causing Initant death In case
of executions! but tbe adoption of tbe
Nw York method of killing by elec
tricity Is deprecated by all.
Last wexk a colored man named
John Bkaoo died In Amelia County,
Ya.. leftvlng an estate valued at ?90,
000. He left eleven children, to each
of whom be gave fifty acres of land
and cattle and borses. Time Is work
ing wonders and Is convincing even the
hardest beads among tbe denouueera of
tbe negro race that when unaltiicted by
polities, policy, crap, whisky and other
handicapping Influences tbe negro may
become a good and useful member of
tba community. Tbe number of ne
urots of the John Braoo type is la
creating yearly with encouraging
A curious cH.vj.-6B ie snUt to be tak
ing place In the skin of a colored man
named 1'ovmh, living at Laurel, Del.
Three years age a small white spot
came upon bis breast. Tbte spread
rapidly, until it now eovets almost the
entire trunk, neek and one side of his
fac. Tbe bleached shin appears
healthy and Is as pure a white so thn
of an infant Medkai toon who have
siiesi the negro are usable to es
plais th pheaosnoono. Potprk himself
belitves a Philadelphia eoajusor af
fected th change.
'SHEkAsixuH" was running at Mc-
Vkkers' Theatre, in Chicago, whoo.
that resort was burned yesterday morn
ing. UufUcaUi scooery nod mslumos
were at ooee ordered and tho piay wool
oo test sight as if nothing had happened.
This ouMoJsf Manager Kaput, of the
WftttonoJ Thofttw. received tho follow
aaayok Ythool ttttwy ttffKH
tumos, Bhwed to tweory star huodied
doitefs but night, CUgg) meiisuiitim.
woes rua continues wfthout ioumup
tloo." A uo sKKise of separate papers m
Amteticua Bewkoasass will f poor (a
"The Century Magaaiso" duko the
eoeaio voiwoo. Wuxum Hsostv
Sunn, aaq., outoagvr f too i.ssoetolol
Preet, will write oo -Too Pceao
Kewgebter." 4 Oaoorei U. V.
ohlov, the "ivntTfto osoMtgsMilsojt at
wtsninjpnii u sss'taii too coouibutor
6MWa XuK4, who it a aeHU-ie-vaUd,
eoctf e for egosesto hi goioieur
saves biil&dloo' A- gfld sjansm naonsbers
of Ciireas begin to Jeoi loot tbey
would he gentry taaproeed ta hoobh it
thftv cosdd ao kMan an sima4 "- oi
tsslf Hosuse ttoio lo nsoojijalioo their
Too STmsMtJt ofsTiaTir wonch at
m "v s'pBf Bsmwrnswsa BrpaHip
rites l How Yoek to-dof, hoe oo howd
Mr. Ftiff'Kin Hoshms who hi anot
oi by tho EojtMoh nogtjd sonoae to
cooault Footoejajf - eooojial Wa
ytittm as to tho eataMeseuaat of
boobs Doatage into betsaeoo the Uafewi
Stoic tod Vffji'urt
claJWM that toot Utile day leo4 oil ie
vthtr citks Lb tbe old Dominion la r
r if i i ,r n ',-f .iT - i ur ird i m ?i t
mnllcIi'iiKly art 1 that it 'fundi In n In
tlon to Danvtllc on the basis of $4 0")
itnase for PetertHmvg to W derrMW
JfH. RrrwART tlrsf of S"ew York
has been offered tbe potltton of con
sulting architect of the WorM's Fair
bulMines. Mr. I?r;t stanrft very high
In M profession and is the president of
the Amertrftn Intrltnte of Architect.
TrtR ttibf tiwrd ' straight out" bolt
In South Carolina bas been "obvlste-1 "
f enr r lit tutu dM II. TttAM , the
regular I.rnoeratio nominee for Gov
ernor, will receive tbe support of every
A fajiilv of Smiths It Oh hare
found an old deed which makes them
heirs to f8,000,6f0 worth of real estate
In nttabwrg ami vicinity. ItwonMho
a good deed If they were to burn II.
Tmr Ijtmnawcim ( va ) Imttr-Apiml
toys "It n tmtferstomt" that Geneml
34 A iron n hoe recently purchased a
valuable piece of property In Taxwetl
County "for something like l.tWrj."
t 'I m
Tnn llorsn ha: been discussing
"compound lard." Speaker Hebu Is
that kind of lard: ami tbe House has
att'nnalC. F. Robinson, Buffalo: M.
1 Html, New Vorfc; tVtlttam Vermillion,
SmttbfleM, Ohio: D. II, Car, Chlcato: R.
T. Ktre, W. W. Gray, New York; Charles
K. Dodd, Dajton Kfxler, Wllltamsport, Pa.
Ht. Jmt R. M. Sebttng, Jersey Shore,
l'a.;J. M.Bailey, New York; F?S. Blatr,
Wjthevllle, Vs.; 1). P. Shlenker, New
OrleriBe; I). tV. Swan. Saratoga Sprltw, N.
Y.j B. A. Marks, J. W. Morgan, Kosnoke,
WillanTt ill. Hcwaboon. K. K. .Isck
son, Baltimore, Md.; K. II. Hsn-ks, Salem,
N. C; F. S. FerjetMon B1 wife Blrning
turn, Ala.; (ttorge tkmthnlrk, New
JWflft Alex. 1'esrson sihl fnmllj, Lex
ington, Kr.; K. S. rbiutrw Newcastle,
I'a.; B. W. SbsctlD? and lfe, Blrmina
Shmrhnm C. K 11. lmns awl wife, Mrs.
B. II. Tomner, Mls t,nrirA I, Towner
and Miss Tomlte I.ee, St Louis, Mo.
ArtinriUm Vi'. C. Irwin and w"f, Cleve
Isntl, Ohio; Jotlsh llolbrook ami wife, J.
M. Stewart, T. .1. Stllwsll and wife,
Lebanon, i'a.; Frank O, Ayros, New York.
iVermnwrfir W. K. French, Mllford,
EbUttJ. M. Ittwton, New York; John
T. Street, New Brunswick, N. J.; Kd. 8.
Mjsr. (Jlsvelsnd, Ohio: B. U. Wetton, Jer
sey City; tlensral W. D. (Ireaer, Virginia;
John 0. Koach, Ij)uUviII, Ky.
Imiitrwl K. 8. Carey and O. .1. Benson,
MelroisJttan B. lluebes, Memphis,
Trnti ; Thomas C. Crenshaw. r., Geortcla.
t. W. Foibes, Leesburg, Va.; Kotwrt
Hrkir, Lnuttoun County. Va.: Barnanl
lH.nell) and wife, Kansas City, Mo.
Mrs. A. M. Jones of 31? II street
northwest and her granddaughter, Miss
Mamie Caleb, have returned to the city
after a two weeks" visit to the country.
It Is pleasant to note that Minister
William Walter I'hel baa reformed
In the matter of wearing bis hair
Mr. and Mie. Stauley have engaged
apartinenta at Kncelherg, near Lucerne,
SwIiMrland, for the remainder of tbe
Hev. Georpe Schwartz of Jeffersou
vllle, Ind., who died a few days ago,
was probably tho oldest minister In that
State. He remembered sotting the first
ttcamboat on the Ohio itlver In 18)5.
The young Duke ol Orleans has been
detected by his fiancee in a desperate
flirtation with a pretty opera singer and
the young man who was to have saved
France is having a bard lime to save
Judatj Mile O'lteilly of Hamilton,
Ont.. is dead, aged i. He was the
oldest Queen's counsel, with the excep
tion of Sir Jobn A. Macdonald, ami the
oldest Judge in the dominion, having
been elected to tbe bench In 1S37.
According to Bishop Taylor, thu
beroie missionary In Africa, the single
city of Hamburg, Germany, bat ex
ported 200,000 tons of mm ami gin to
Africa within the lart j ear. Apparently
the best way to convert Africa, there-
lore.woum ue nrst to convert Hamburg
The Prlnee of Wales Is said to be s
very good landlord at 84ndrngbsnt.
Although tbe .Prince is not a teetoler
and does not seek to make bis depend
ents tueb, there is no public house on
the estate. Tbe peasants' cottages are
of a model kind, surrounded by pretty
Major &erpa Pinto, who is resting In
JJaboa from bis exploring labors, is tba
reeinhtnt of so man v ureaenui from oatrl-
o lc Portuguese that be Suds some
difficulty In bousing thorn. A gift which
he most values and which be constantly
uses with much satisfaction ie a big eu
pidote, MBfeseodag John Bull dasplag
money bags to bis bosom.
NOT A CAHBIBATE.
Mr. tVeller UwIm Ue U Untared fur
lite Catuwlolanenblp HUkM.
Editor Critic: It may be a departure
from good taste to deeiioo a poslttao
which has wrver been tendered, but I
now feel constrained to notice your
kind listen ent thai I am entered for
the Commlssinoeuhlp slakes, with tho'
nosiiiso soHtork. that white I warasly
appreciate tho ooaipHmeaury aliuotoo
to my boom, nevertheless I think it duo
to myself, as woii as other geoHiintitn
ftho may be candidates, to promptly
say that I do not covet the distinction,
nor would I accept it, even wen 1 so
used of the appointment.
Sy iosttrtiog these few linos io your
next issue you will oblige, yours, very
truly, M I. Wu-Lut-
Attgtttt tl, loltt.
Hf AM Homus KaSflUfite.
Tho oppokittijo of tien slots Quay el
Ooowsoo to tite EkcUiow bill hot lo
coosed o unther ol the Western aavi
Smithofo BotwibHrtoa fas tho House to
toot loop may he doneioded opao to d
hete to the Lowest ratos tool the seooto
pots oo Pesooylvaois. products. Too
members of tbe Wy aod Meaos Com
wtttee uf the iiouae Uve Uiorsaed too
httM cortekprmdeu that tbey will vote
to accept toe seauue rote oo steel raws
sod structsuul irao, gloss ai aod other
totems of that kJod, notool too Pooo
sylvania essAufeetvcM may to sjrell
tBte up their aaJods that tfaot wtaj bo
poo of tho fruiu of too QjiMiolginB of
wpotfi thtsw aod CtiQtisfoo to tho
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Aiimnch's rrwi Ofrerft-HiTfrMt.
Sale of seats will ops tn-itorrow
HmtUffJg for ihefTttfastmenton Monday
nett of the Fay TcrnphMon CoTfilo
rtperft BwTreqt Comptfrf In the
Wtatnlnr owrattc nurlwqw, efltitlo I
Htndrih nmhon. or the Mscovcrv
of Colmnbm" Tn ftulowtbg cast will
appear In this grand prodtiettoti:
Hewtri Hudson fay Tempieton
T'srrl, dangbrer of tl e .Wanjuis,
MI'S Mant atten, a wealthy Indian
rilwcM towa Ranlon
Mrs. Abigail Hndson, Mnosoti't Mgb-
klcktnir wife Ssteile Mortimer
Frit i, ejtqnWte leader ot the 4n,
. Bva Wartowe
Kmellnft, mattt of the Inn Florence Barry
Christopher Commons, Intosftmior of
the World's Fstr .Tija Asmtotpw
KI11 von Knit, ed'tor of the "Kieer.rt
Marrmla del Calbsnas AltC. Wneelstt
Oaff F.nslgn, Hntlson's lienf entnt,
William M Armstrong
.Merharlsn, ) depnf ) Kdward Kdtrann
Mcosnn, ( herlfT, Chsrles Kkn
The libretto Is liv William fllll and
Ilnbsrt Prater and the music by Fred
l'erkfha. The ccotnme are mnenlnJcent
ami scenery entirely new. A larew
chut na of beftntlfnl girls will appear In
Following the "Trnnentlftntlques,"
Ous Williams ami John T. Kelly will
ptodnce their entirely new musical
setlrc, ' U and I." Tim play was re
cently prrsentetl In lloston, Where It
mmle an emphatic success. It Is a
satire on "New York Flals," and Is
sakl to contain many very funny situ
ations, besides new ami catchy music
Messrs. Williams and Kelly are at their
very best In their new piny, nml they
have been surrounded by an excellent
company of comedlann. Miss Fkwle
West, engageil In England for the
sttbrelto role, bss made n splendid im
pression, her singing and danclog being
admirable. The four Leyton Sisters'
are also In the cast, they are the original
Alabambra quartette, ami will render n
decided novelty, the "Eiffel Tower"
dance. Altogether "You and I" rany
be classed with the most popular suc
cesses of the season Thn salt! of mate
will open to-morrow morning at the
llarrlV llljou Theatre
The iccond week of tho season at
Harris' HIJou Theatre will open next
Monday night with a very decided nov
city ns the attraction. There arc few,
If any, theatregoers, who have seen a
real Indian In n dramatic performance,
and there has been on Impression Hint
that race has not been gifted in n his
Itlonlc way. "Go-Won Go Mohawk,"
however, has shown marked abilities
such m to justify her being ranked as a
star performer, with a capable support
ing cast. "The Indian Mall Carrier"
Is the name of the play. The star as
mines the part of a boy, HVp toit-w-if
ah, who Is left an orphan through the
minder of bis father, and who Is reared
by Colonel Stockton, a wealthy ranch
man and afruml of the boys father.
After maklna a will, leaving all his
property to the Indian ly ami dlsln
halting his dlMolute nephew, an army
captain. Colontt t"tkton Is murdered by
the hsml which struck down the Indian
chief. The Indian boy devotes'bts lire
to avenging the two murders. Tbe cli
max is In the third act, when Spinith
Jo, the villain of the pUy, ami IrVo.
ton nw-ukiA meet and engage In n duol
Kernnn'a New Wattilocton llitxitro.
The tirst appearance of the Fay Fos
tcr English Gaiety Company, ne.xt
Monday, will prove a rare treat to tho
many patrons of the popular house who
have been longing for one of their
favorite attractions. This Is guaran
teed to be a sumptuous dish and will
undoubtedly come up to expectations.
Among the features arc the brilliant
first im.it, "Our Yachting ratty." and
the laughable burlesque, "IlerJIlnnle."
Miss ftullne Batcheller. a beautiful
queen of burlesque, has been specially
engaged. Miss Viola Clifton, a perfect
model of form and beauty, has also
been engaged at great expense. Many
others are on the bill, including Variola,
the Mexican wonder, ami thirty of the
tbaiKlIeet ladles that ever graced a
IUg bouses are greeting Sheridan and
Flynn. the authors of "Down Went
McGlnty." this week, ami at every per
formance applkiise ami dowers aro
ibowered on Miss Minnie Lee, the
charming balladlst, who, however,
shows extremely bail taste In her open
ing solo. It Is an unmusical jingle of
lame rybrae and is pathetically entitled
"Uon't Hun Down the Irish," This
unnecessary music ball sympathy for
the Irish would be laughable If It were
not so painfully ami ilreeowely nonsen
sical, especially when succeeding fea
tures on the programme are calculated
to make a laughing stock of tbe race.
There will be a sparring exhibition
to-night between Hilly Young and
While, who recently met Bolger. On
Friday nivht Jokn Mara of Ali.van,!rti,
will meet Fred. J. Lilz, "Tiw Gust
Newsboy." Ladies aatioee to morrow.
Kennedy, the Veatrllaquttr.
Mr. Harry Kennedy, tbe premier ven
trfloquist of the world, who could not
appear oo Monday night at the Xotiosal
Theatre, having been eallod to the bed
side of his dytOM wife, appeared but
nljfbi bofote a large aod delighted
audience. His performance was heartily
Vary IVUkwi VaHw.
, fit (ft ttadauaaai Mqbit.
Tho police of SpsiojfJcU are eel
deotly a hoid sot of people. They
captured a colored preacher tho eohoV
sight in so iotpfiiper bicolUy aod looked
him up. ootwtibatoAdtoir he osfesod hi
pray Mr sheen for sis months.
Wee, wre ow nw la buss boat
smth. be isspeesstsbsil mmaubm of to Mood
or low state of Om rtat, run showM take
Baud's tjarsftpotWa. Tea pevuliat taotog,
soswiiao sod vttoJlstM iUUw of IMe SBO
fcosalei wawltrtes m suun felt xbtvmtimm
the sottee nitem. tapeUtoa iUmnim and go
tef etttek. hot Iter eetkMt to wan ucpso, tt
loaao the aUMoacsu oseetes ju stvatMat aod
Kinase the Uvt aat kidney. Thttosoeoe
tassafy that ttooO's aisertu - asaoos tho
JsasttattaMC lu a .. ...-. ...-.
"I baoe Mtd Mood aarapwUbi lot isse
tlaadhaaOilvJ 1.. th.,.
ts m so apeeute sod sueaeaooos the
vtuts sfstoss- I cu 'ihawfeJJj tuiigsmoosw
it so oil vho need a rNifttiW uwhoayoi
or a. butldioii wmA trangraoaitto soe
esse." tanuo W. Oooa, Pts.. i-niapriftps
ItataoinrebM. Cu . CaaiUidjjo, m4-
utd Of aU srspjhU. H;lkrlA
oaij hf 1 OVOOO CU . UwolJ, Mass.
Wilson & Can's
NEW SHOE STORE,
No, 929 F St. N. W.
Fine Shoes for Lmllea.
Fine Shoes for Misses.
Fine Shoes for ChtMnm.
Fine Shoes for Gentlemen.
Fine Shoes for Boys.
AH Style of Fancy Slippers.
All Colors Made to Match Dresses at
WILSON & CARrTS
New Shoo Store,
xo, so i' sxnr.irr . w.,
Washington, T). C.
IT IS POSITIVELY SO,
We can't I m prose it need of
prompt action on your part,
selves of the particular advan
taged of this "ante-fall" sea
son, any more forcibly than to
give you our wont that the
current week Is the very last
opportunity we can give for re
ductions on summer goods.
What wc sell we must dispose
of qtdckly, because fall stock
Is already beginning tocomc in.
If not sold, the few baby car
riages, water coolers and re
frigerators we have remaining
must go Into tho storerooms.
Now, you know enough about
business to realize that wo'd
rather toll an article at a big
sacrifice than to storo It. But
that one thing or tho other
mutt take place "Is positively
so." Therefore, we remind
you to consider well our large
illtcounts on Furniture, Car
pets, Ac. Here Is an him or
what we are doing:
llctt Quallly All-wool In
grain, mmle ami laid with best
paper lining, TSe.
100 Moquette Hassocks, JWc
100 Hotly Btussok Ottomans,
100 Moquette Ottomans, 50c
S00 Smyrna Hugs, J feet by
7 feet, .0.10.
75 All-wool English Woven
Druggctts, 00c square yard.
150 All-wool Art Squares at
85c per square yard. Heduoed
Best Quality Seamless White
ami Fancy Straw Matting, 80c
You ean't possibly make any
mistake on any reduced goods,
but you'll make a big mistake
if .you don't secure them tbU
IlilrteeulU and i' btreety.
DEiecltif 8f Lawyers aad Law Rims.
set O street aoftfewatt,
WiuMamlna. TT TT
Webster Law BuUdiaw
WasMeaee. UK H street avartlawal,
W OQDOUEY WHHKJMt.
S. '-"Vk mitAB,l"t
VXlLU!rm ZAt-'lUY X MeKWMitT.
tesf-tl XMWowStttlo. F at.
Horsferd's Acid PHcssphate.
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tow hsoJB asat hoof . haoosss
and rttobtf sod esvUtaiu the
oe X. ctartut, aeeote. . Y.,
WkMiasMedoi ossot vataa Ksritshaoio
aoal lessettrisst tat lapse "
on. J. itiooos. Vest onitssonim Vt .
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Buturoots fooiirii BtotsttM.
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t ol ihU ates sod tssHattaos'
niimiui-ii. oaa that woaO wstoaeliaetV
BBBPByPW W rw rwBmBBp Tr
lepatatod eo the stool. AU oabaee sos tpo
lsasta. Itawnrinhl la balk.
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V. V. " pajtUBL PSWOif
m W WBBBBSPB"" ajpBBBBpa pBBBWwT
HERRON & RAMIY,
o. ue? t otsuwt a. w-.
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o r F1C8 OF
6MjBr ttn opt f'st o.
that wetAbSAfc op uxmttm
Mrftftt Hit tf OnWrit pt TMW AVM ftMVMl
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nffgef VsTO UIU ffsWlni
mAfl lmnvk. only Mo. pr ynM. A
OtMnflPfc fOT tTf"9pWD of mrtw oONra
lT)pT hontM. 0.
tn! dertgns, Only TSe. per rattt.
rttneb. Me. aint $t per yard. An
The best Wm of ToweH at We. we
have ret fliwt on sale.
tttea mes In jnwssa umsn at
ifc, itte. ami ts. tr yatit.
uircsi site nssoefaw aim UnMeneneo
Tnrklsh Towels tar tbe tmtb. Basra
heavy quality, fee. mth.
on osr batgtahi taHe In frast of
Mhen jefRtf tasent we havat fnOesu
Hvsral dltferent (ieslans m Heek and
Ibttfesk Tut els of flee grade hetii m
tnetteil fringe and hemstitched, only
Holler Towel, already mmle, both
plain and twilled crash, tt yards long,
only are. each, 9t.se per ilosen.
XW XXCKWHAM FOR MBN.-We
control for Ibbt city tbe prmltwtaot
one of tbe best, If not the best Keek
wear concern. The best materials
and nHt sfcftiet! work people are
nscil. It require skill, acquired only
by long experience, to make ami
shape a searf attosetber pleasing
this RannfaetBrer has tt. We are
showing a window fall of a lint 111
order, cutorings. designs. Ami shape,
e.teeeitlgly eatohy. The price, more
so, SPc. eaeli.
Men's department, 101S F at.
NEW FA,.TACKRTS roUMI8SBS
AND CltltmiBN.-tye hare jttst rs
eelreit an early arrtral In Mioses' amli
Cbllttren's Pali Jackets, tn I'laln
Kary, Plain Oreen and Navy-lHiw
Cherren. Ilier are made reefer
eneped, roll collar ami high jIkhiM
era, Sites 1, 6, S, 10. IS, II ami It year.
Trices S, JS.8C, , !0, jrnmt
Alo another let of Drown Striped
Ctotli. mme shnpett.
Sites 9, 10, II. 1 1 nml IS yean.
Prices et.W.SJ, $t.M, 6 nml K.S0
TfiosB new rnttM.K snmr
WAISTS FOIl LADIBS are going very
fait. Petter moke yonr selections
now while wc have a complete stook.
They are plaited bnek and front, full
sleeves and high sbouMers. Only
ANOTIiSIl NEW AIIT PADHIC
We liave Jttst reeelreil a new Art l'ub
rki called "llollyweo.1" Cteth. Hit
UMkl for Curtains, Sofa Pillows, Chair
Covra, Table Covers, etc. The
stltebesuaeU are pnaeipAlly ilnrnlng
attsli, worklag threuils, rope silk aehI
lleen Row. The eoten are Sege,
Hreen, Hlue, OoWsb llrown, Terra
Cotta, cte., SS leebss wide and only
Seeond Hoer, aasex.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Corner lltlt nnd P Sis. N. W.
One of the half dossu beet asaderale and
eltleal seltoolj In New Baelaad. Tbe rI
meet of HI Ib advance wIIIsotw erdlsary
tBltfen, with board, for fall term, bgtaals
Send for eatalecae to
KEY. a. M.STBBLK.rrmelpal.
rent aad tattlsn free. An entraaso fee of t
fer cm, beat and stare et roem. All eipeasas
HEV. A. A. UVKKMORE, D. .,
Prestdeat, MsadvWe, Pa.
T. JOHN'S COLLBCK,
Wist ia,ilsa mmamtn HTH SHfTBM
BEH. BtgM HsfarlasDts aa4 teor sauum
ef Maity. HaHosapt hsated by tmm. Tf bm
BkU-LA-VAlBV lBBB AaBtloBOBaBBBBSBt' Ag&A tlOBS BSSTOBSl
TtSQUaS F8XI, LL B.. Ph. B.
"pMHteX CUPIOTilX OOCUSOK.
A KssOesaee Seboel as LaOhw and tsMtssr
j) soman- nctsottb past am.
1W Hadhaei its . soar tttb i
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IHbI yflHf f (SBBSBBJ, oi Mfl
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Aid WU1 kc StUU 00 AiipUbOUun.
ffWB BBRLttZ SCHOOL OF LASGTUOtS,
L wt inn st. n. w.
jKMjmfTHf', rim Frfttttjg; Wgf'
Jjs. . Wi lfib."t...bet landKsts.
select ciawt'O! atto matheBnatf ' at solwot for
yotmgnien , en bois. ftmjns its twny ninth
yearlfOBDAT. SWTBSBBlt tt. rftnares
Jot 'Harvard, Yale, Prtneeftw.TchrMtBOtSrns,
Lehigh, and other colleges and TrnlwiniM;
for the sclenttno school, Patted mates Mili
tary and ftaval aeademtea, and forbrMmea.
Vpselal (Wpartnent for hoys between S and
" fooro of age. A full course In mtdera lan
gnages. rot panicniaw address
, . CHA8. B. YOtJWI,
VT OBWOOD lMOTrrtTK
BojonsSBrrBMBBlt it. with Iticreased
rnenlty and Many Improvements
MR, ami MRS. WM. D. OABRbU
ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE,
Votmowt At. Am thomas aRcts.
ATItli To prepate h stndents for Clerical
Work, Commeree. the 9embsery, or the
8eHmts ef Law and Med I sine.
TIIK TBIMART AND 1MTBRMEDIATB DK
rAKTMBTS Are well equipped ssd under earefal man
meat. Semi for Circular.
ants-lw BHOTHBR FABHICIAV.
Washington, D. O.
SCHOOL OF ABTS AND 8aKNCB3 (George
town College). Sew torm bestns Septem
ber 11. Preparatory Department for
Boarders. ColleglAte Department for
Boarders ami Day Scholars. J, Uavbks
IttcHAii w, S. J., President.
SCHOOL OF MBD1CTNB. Terra opens Oeto
berl. O. L. MinnttSBR, M.D..Dean,8tt
Vermont av. n. w.
SCHOOL OF LAW. Term opens October 1.
B. M. Ybatxan, Feeretary, Georgetown
Law Building, our. F aed stb sts. n. w.
J. HAVENS lUCIIAnnS, S. J., Hector.
ST. MAHY'8CITY.MD., commences Iti
win year otri. l. tastruetion thorough.
Tcrmi moderate. Address the prlnot
pal .I88 A. E. THOMAS. JyS,tnw.m
lHARLOTTE HALL SCHOOL.
Sttnatlon unsurpassed for health. English,
Classical, Mathematical, Commereinl and
Military Course. Beerd and tuition, 51S0 for
ten months. For parttewlars address
It. W. SILVESTER.
aaH.eod.Sm St. Mary's County, Md.
QT. LUKE'S bCHOOL,
Buatleton, near Pbltadelphhi, Pa.
A hlgh-elas tobeol. Kxeepttonally health
ful location. Eettehtfal sorrauadlnga. Dolag
geotl work. Prepare or any oollege or busi
ness. Boys aent this year to Yale, Harvard
aBd Prlneeten. Special ears of younger boys.
CHARLBti II. STIIOUT,
T 1NDEN SK.MINAKY,
A school for young glrU aad young btdles,
atLltitz, Laneaiter Couaty, Pa. 97th year,
AMte,oomfortable Mboel bomei thorough
mctbodi; careful ovsralgntot the Indlrtdital
pupil; advanced eourses of study; very pleas
ant loeatloBi steam heated, ;eeo per year,
TUTaBR'S COLLBOB PREPARATORY
Beardiog Seboel fer Boys aad Yoaag Men.
Prepares for the best eolleges. setesUia
ae boots or bulaeM.
E. II. COOK, A. M., Ph.D..
y HRMOOT ACADEMY.
ONE OP THE BUST IN NEW ENGLAND.
StBdeatstta every eoUege In New Bsgtaad.
Atberoaga preparatioo. Ptret-alass faetll
ties la Enelleb. BaUdiaps sew, large and at,
trastlve. Laboratories, dysiaajlutn and all
fastHttes, Ablotssshera. Terras mederate.
Saitoas RJTf, Vt.
Tl r lOS AIKEM'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
BstshHshod In tsso. Praps res tor seUage,
Iravai aad bom a. The awthcxt by wUsb tba
maatal taeutuw ae eooeatsd wW be touaJ
la the t sap it ejtitfcM 4 Mhw Alkaa's pasa
bla apjl MlauB4ajfekJ JLoBSBBBBBSBBtSBV.' BB&MV
seady, lor sale at Prsnla soV. thilen Saaara,
QXMste aM otKJJtsp Fast yoc
setMaestsss,BOssoooota. Tba t bjsn "r tar
of lata. VsotUeot liaseltssv daosesBatoey
of Masse and Ate Bosestsajt Vaoasts pas-
BSO. WtV. PAYE WALK USt.
MAJsSASsrT WWTHMOf HALL,
ii stjppaaii ssoat be eer M. loosess
Jl x IPS H YAsMPts UJOf ITUTB,
spoooi toe Oorls aoji Yoooa LajbIos.
jg wjjgjgjMugg-ggaAgjA4A tastsnag-
! Vesta, An sod the
tMSfeStOSBl IfiOOSbOt. FBSBht tSOOBSSl tBOBBOSt
TNjSTf BATTOT5AL TBKtTFF
Xl Every evening, v eU ai ' e i
OTeTWhelmlnir 'n (. s '
HICIt KM ANSI'S
tWOtFanl1 - -
f u i y l k
Wonderful trn -a
lost Matinee Satn-dav i -
Jxt Week-WlIXt A MS A K i r a ,, , n . I B
L AJSRir Bl-WtJ THE TRK
El Week Owoteenclng vosutv, M U
naimees TTreuay, Tnnr(iay m l - a J rg
The Popular Young German t-mt l. i u
As"Tohantt-' In Ildor imtti & t l Ii
nwKins- ungtnai jwi.-bi u:j..iji.. ijB
inmn in rxrar acw, rnriTlea
THK BROOMM AKBR OF l'R' JA'
Presented by a pwnpanr of raY''r n
selected for this production Jj I tl
bear the great Broom ! ig i , u I
Matte. Frolic and Fan, Laughter q. i 'iiirtl
jn NEW WASHINGTON
0 THEATRE, HTH ST
Tni8 WEEK-Ladles Matinee T crcwl
TWO BIO SHOWS' ONE Tit KET TO Atll
The Authon of "Down Went Mr , y, '
SHERIDAN and FLYNN'S
NewSongsl New Faces' NcwKatn.c)
Bare Attmotlon in .ari!en
Sparring To-Nlght-YOt NO vs. WH1TF.
Is tbe Great of All Musical Instrument!
Bcoanso it performs any muilo
from a Waltz or a ballad to an
overture or a sympheny mcro
beautifully ami more nearly
perfect than any other slcglo
Tho Aeolian is not mechanical, bnt tb!
manipulation or It Is so simple that a Tcrsol
eanletrn toptay It with frum ens totbrcl
weeks' practice Tonr visit to sco tblsirl
strument will be esteemed a f aver at
E. F. DROOP'S,
938 PA. AVE.,
Eole Agent for Stetnway and Other Flr:t-
t'ln!i Pianos and Organs.
HARPER d HJHinl
Tho finest Plontura Oronnd In t'nrr.i-
try. Mmle. Dsnolng, Hoatlrg, 1 -W-J
Swing. Flying llore, Cioauct ct , c
all tree. Btterv Tbursdar from II .t (1
ttou atinOa. m. Tlokots, Ir.dnd rgrtfvl
vruis uuuiiiirectionv, ;i.
ALA DAY AT LKMBUta
THE LOVDOt'.S COINTY tVA ) 1 AIM
Under tbe Auiplcci if
NBf.s.)N DIVISION. N S.
UNIPOHMBD H&NK K. Or P..
TIIUnSDAY. Al'blsr .3.
WAIT FOR TUB Tlltioum SPLCIH'
Train le B. A P l)ruta n,:) a. rc'
turning (o waihtngt' u ir. 4 r m
A eordlal tnTttatlnn l .Tpr.tr I t-i .r.,'
loutoii and Columb'n l,lvlinr,rf VV-h -i'
ton. Hermlone DtrUlon of (.corcctown n.
Tiatbhoce DlTialon of Alexar.dr'a 3 i -
Ttekera. round trip. Including m!m - nt
rair, ii.wj ouuurvn, ,ao. tor SAM r.l u
P. I)ff"t and ltfOPaare n w r .
ON THE CHESAPEAKE.
OPEN JUNO 1U
m Academy Band,
FINEST MEALS. FINEST ATTRACTIONS!
KVKRYTHING THK BEST.
TralBs leave B. i O. Depot, week days, 0.1 1
a.m., iJ0aadl.se p. m, Sundays, O.C5a. n.
1 JO aad S.1J p. tn
Leave Bay Ridge, week days, C 30 and 8;
p,m. Biajf , b aw t w p. m.
Round Trip Tickets
CT1AB. a SLTLL
Gen'l Fastenger A
USEFUL B00KSF0R MM
ByCKtMss Dvblbt WiB.iH. RJ-fy t '
tratsd by 0. S. RiiimBT r st f t". n
Travsnng Note m Europe. By Vr-- -Ctui.it,aBthorof
Deltca'e Fcis? -?, Jt
Post hvo, Ctuth Ornamental V ''.
Our Journey to the Hebrides
ByJesBMi Psku4. and Fi.zibitu R
Psmtatx. Ubtotrated Put H" t
A Tramp Trip,
How to im Bnaesw m Fifty ( cr,"s a r " !
Lh Maasctacn. Wlttt Purf-'-ctah,ji..
Knocking Round the Rockp
Bf BBBM htasou,aatbr f ' f-
Worth Bwssp," "The Keic -
Utastrated. Squarsro.t tb J
Shoshone and Other West
MrBawsoM oonaass. With a Pr '. 3
AtSOUW rUICH AuK j
Feat WO. Vtolh, II: Piper '-
Nooks and Corners of the
New England Coast.
Mf 4uu. IB4U Bsukx W'hN
Hleslratlons Uvuti six t .b
Horsmaship for Wht.t
BTSUSMSMOhLlSBSil- WltUIl.u - 1 -
Sstr Famuuk. SataJi c . '
Mejciea, CsHlornia and ri-l
ooiof oow tod HeviseJ i
awsteo sod Sor Lut Pi
Wmus M owour- .iu J
iojso. ctosh. u.
FlyOUKb aad Fly-Tac!-,
WaBjsair-Tfinl-tlTni'-Mi- ' :
ir oooos r- vm. i .
d . 'm
Qy Soys in the Woods
ttt, A'ltojploa YentBM m M c . '
t- vsuo. Ubtauaud
Ootha "npjwirt' V w-
tht)atv'po(tsie tur j0 v
tpBots eg sdil be sent hi u ui
ajepnspeid. loouywwtut lui
fpeods OOOhieontecuiL..; .