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TIIE BAIXrY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1890.
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JlMMAil FOR IIARPSTRR.
Mr. Datw IlAitnfRii, of OWs r
hrth-rarlrT patriot ami he rfoean't cart
who kmi it. Mr. ItAMnrmm m
might bn. known, it rich man, who
livts hi town named nfiar hirmstf.
Jlr. IlAKrprnR'fl rmslrrws Is to shear
ghwp1 ami the public smt he Is just
now vfy Impatient to hate the MeKln
Iry bill fMM through Congress. Kot
that he is Interested In the welfare of
the public, as most rich IlermMkniKi
ere, bnt on acconnt of a little profit he
upetrs to reap if the tariff on wool Is
kept at the JfeKlaler Aarnren. "I've
cot 60,000 pounds of wool stored away
hut I can't Ret anything for, at leMt
t.ot otpt thirty cent, a ponml when It
ought to be worth thirty-five at least."
Hence Mr. Hani-tbr Is vary tlreit of
the tlltaterlnass of Oonres In the tariff
matter ami he will keep his wool stored
away for thea pretest. The illfTerence
of five cents on a pound makes to Mr.
IlAnmHR the snag little sum of $,
fifJt) on hie 90,000 tmmls, nml as lie is
m rlcH man lie can afford to wait In
the hope ami expectation that the con
turners of wool the country over will
le forced to pay him his tribute.
T11K I.HADINO AMERICAN AU
THORS. In 199-1. the NJwYork Vrtlie tnttl
luted what it called the "American
Academy" in the following way:
A bom 190 of the readers of that paper
availed themselves of the invitation to
can one vote each for the forty
Americana whom they considered at
standing In the front rank of our na
tional writers. The ballots showed a
wide diversity In the opinion of the
volets as to the tlglit to precedence of
nathe authors, hut the final list, made
up by careful analysis of the whole,
slowed such well known names at
l'oLMts, IIowkm.. LowKt.L, Haw
ihohxk, Clkmkxs, W'n ttibk an 1
lUNcmirr. litis "Academy" has
lun enlarged recently by the votes of
tl e members themselves, and among
He numbers elected appear the nam-e
if Siocktox, rim.i.ii's, Bbookb ami
Tokl Chaadlkr Hamhis. At the sug
ftestlon of many of Its readers, the
New York Critie has now opened the
polle for the ikctlon of an academy "It
Le composed of the twenty writers
whom Us readers deem the trueat repre
sentatives of what Is best In cultivated
American womanhood." The Critie
ex Kets to announce the result of this
balloting on the 38th of October.
D. Loth hop Company publish the
new cook book by J. lto.u.iK Hhnton,
entitled "How to Cook "Well" (prlee
Jl.6). and the reason for Us great
popularity Is not far to seek. Practical
good sense the nine yuu turn of a cook
book Is Its pervasive trait. It teaches
cooking, wbleh no mere book of
recipes ever ilM or ever can do. It pre
sumes neither too much nor too little
knowledge on the part of those who are
to use It. It recognizee that even the
commonest kitchen processes boiling,
frylnp, broiling, roasting appear to the
Inesrerteneed Inexorable mysteries;
that order of mixing and time of cook,
tag are not matters of Intuition, and th t
tleieleotlen of meat, fish and poultry
is m Important and dirflcult a house
wife's function as the cooking Itself.
'If the directions are carefully fol
lowttl," sys the preface, "the author
lias no fears for those who learn to
rook by He aid, provided they Ajw
Irtutu."
Its good sense is further attested by
Its raeartl for eeonewy, an Indispensable
thing la the kitchens of the poor, and a
t ety i aed thing even is thase of the
lien. In view of its unusual merits.
und of the fact that the ability to cook
ar-nettaiBgiy "1 eeosomleaUy is far
I sm being a eoaaiana aeeotnpibhataat,
How Ui took Well" is sure to be a
v tile w guest in thousands of husne.
Ik a voMMi'KMunosi o Turn dune,
34 r. rjfcaawK H. IIowams iwgyste a
He far the Lfsyu statue. He says:
Aflaw we to suggest the Manaval of
the fiats building at the south fsaai
of the Tieasuiy, near the A v see a. used
for BSteSegmpiiht purports, and bVe use
cf ins site, than which a hmm tteea-
sss cannot he fnuasl far tita
ILfnaetie statue." This sit
a view ct reniuylvaia aveeuat, hseavhag
east, to Use Cantos. Tits Cuisrsc stay
tease, to a (uirt way, ton the we
t lm hiMlnsst h Is to ntyk i this
mUttr, giee Ihetr thoughts for attoto
to 1st. JtowtHft't 'ifjti-M'r
tssc, ims7b TO day. rnsHthaa, ansMtg
'Mm nHliinrtniiiT. "The Tenor" ("iter
fetsf aeetos. Ho. Y1U). by H. C. Be
Mrntt, f eajtoAH to ttommwm
bar ae wb to Us UMudhigh saandani.
Mm. Xwnnw'a ' BwWtof to Ittgfc
TdSI Tnk Um thu -"-- Va
m 9&Hr Wnprp - "n pnaninnpnnn eennn
TUMe1 toitf UUCAjir SCQffrntV of
Ttu l.
Mnm (As Martm Jmunmi.
A eetosigHn'y snrgeoj tons )tfa aaehitnui
to g a nweier to a ak hyonse. "You
tak nnn MssMntr." tot exjptotojfedL "put it
to tin tub, etas Uw hoass)' awajak,
m4 Ussy noMider oVvs Mb tksoe."
Wl to alter Om sajisttni mill hack,
'fctog atok aa twefie ever gat to ha.
DM lest give th mcw to nowler"
"ItoMito. IouithB0naaiJtol
ttakft. fOMIAgi, flaaain f aUaaVil'A aaUMaannk- IMtA
vsansjp snsa a rpBar w vaaajnssana) rnaan1
tkc eaha batteco hJs toeia. aa4 "
"HH sou alost ibe powder doaru fcfc
"Jgo, 1 was gotof to. but Ha)
t VmUa-i driaanlii'i
erstotoacy. eaargy, drainage and
utsantoe aa,ce made Illinois the taird
itoto to toe town
HOTEL ARRIVALS,
t Ititt thsrle- VhXK SHm fort; 8. T).
Pr.i)l c! tfe, ftfrtretee, Ost.; Miw 4.
A. ftrjme, Brooklyn, !. f.; I. F. Atwn.
Rorfcts'fr. N. Y ; S. W. Rnlsttit aiM
Freit .t RfiWlnnd. Emtenton, fl : Artnnt
Hilt, JUrMtsn Mrs. J. O. fcolon, Hat
to. n ; rif-oft M. mjlOT, Attants,
s , W. H. Cstrn, Je York.
MrtrrtrotiiftitA ft. ttnltt, Martinsville.
Vs.; Jbis tl. Warner, Brooklyn, S. T.;
I . ft. Martirorth. Rtrtten, Ala.; Rh
JMn4 jtsnty, Rlrhrnoml, Vs.; W. R. Kirk,
m Otleana.
jYrr?--R. R. Tslbert and wtre, Itttvt
Wle, ten.; Jts Mstttf Wnohne, Bessie
H"orl serf J. H. Tslbert, UtIWtnn,
Ry.: R. U. trwn. Kansas my, Ko.;
Willis m Sejasenr, ikicsjro.
W. JamnVt. It. Peeples. Sew Yo k; R.
U Itniltivn, U Rubins , l.'lttin.
Tn: II r. wlilUtwev Cnflsan. Coin.: R.
M. Tntt'e Md lfr, Mrt.r. X. I) ; i. R.
ttnfy lf, P. WWsehwr t. wire,
lrsmanafmil: V. O. t'mn-rw-Kxl, Elisabeth,
R. C; Ft'ben Mnft'on, rhlhdeli his.
Wil'nrt'''- .t Hie- H H1ln, R. W F.m
m n M ft K.re. Nn Yn-k: M. E. R1.I
w t, ChKstn; Rme-t tv. M albert, JtorMk,
.
Mrm- O. C. Peetlmr, Ixek II irrr,
l'a.; 4. W. Rsnnon, Pnrteiftoirtb, nbtn w.
J. Mmphy, Diepnlx, Arisenjl Henry Taner
baeh awi wlr, MMtetm, tvh.
fOierrknm- llenrv PatrfST, l.iwnliwti
Crrnntr. Va : J. M. Jacobis Xtnr York?
John MMes, Othknh, Wis.
Arlington 0. W. M. lomlskey smt the
Chlraco Baseball Clnb, V. L.; John M,
tVsnt smt tire Brooklyn Bssebatl CltiU. 1.
I..; R. M. Fnllt.n si.tl R. B. Baleh, Mew
York; Kengerke, Oermsny; F. L. I'omnier,
New York.
A'nriHrffr Andrew Pries stnl wlfn,
Mrs. KAvtsttt J. ny, I.onltlaM; ft. S.
11 Irks ami wife, Ymwi City, .Miss.
PERSONAL.
.1. r. Mulrhead, the Kngllsh editor or
llacihkcr's scries nf Kurniwnu euide
books, Is on his way to this country to
select material for a guide book to the
fulled States and Canada.
The Hon. Charles FilrMtrlck, who
is about to tie sworn as a member of the
Quebec Cabinet, Is believed to be the
first Irteh Land Leaguer to become a
Minister of the Crown In the Queen's
dominions.
Tennyson Is fond of receiving visits
from prctly young girls who Ilka his
poetry, while he Is crumpv to older
callus, he is at his best when young
Klrls ate around, and recites his poetry
to thim and makes hlmstlf agreeable
generally.
Whistler, the Kngllsh artist, will ulve
an exhibition or his pictures In New
York this fall. Among the works to be
ixhlbited Is his pottratt of Carlvle, and
It is probable that It will remain In the
United States as the property of some
collector.
Senator Hawley possesses. In hand
some binding, Georgu Washlnton'sown
copy of the statutes of the First Con
eres, which met in New York In 178J.
The book is printed by Francis CtiiMs
and John Swalne nf I'hiladelphli.
printers to the United Slates.
Oeorae and John Waldmn or WolT
boro, N. II., are twins, 62 years of iwe.
Their great yiandfattier w as nne or (lie
fsiiious llottoii tea party; their grand
father served In the Iloroliitloaary War,
their fnlbtr commanded a cominoy In
the War of 181'., while they tliemelves
were among the first to enlist in the War
or the Rebellion.
What Dynamite Can Do,
Fremtht C httlaml TUitt'lhaUr .
Shooting a candle through a two-Inch
solid plank without disturbing It in the
least Is being outdone by dynamite,
which Is so quick In Its action that n ten
der green leaf can be compressed into
the hardest steel before it has time to
flatten. One of the experiment
of the United States Torpedo Works
was to place some leave between
two heavy, list nieces of Iron, set
tbtm on a firm foundation and see
what gun cotton would do in forcing
the iron pieces together. The reaction
was so great from just belnir exploded
in the open air that one of the Iron
pieces was driven down upon the other
quick enough to catch an exact and
complete Impression of the leaves be
fore they could escape. It Is also a sin
gular fact that the gun cotton itself
should sink deep Into the Iron when It
explodes, showing the points of the
letters stamped Into the cartridges.
This novel method of engraving by
gunpowder is one of the wonders ot
this century.
"" .11 i i . i
A Tall Mhq Suttlu Down,
from M OtlMtetaa City Vkuf.
J. W. Patterson, the tallest roan
kcown in the world excepting the
Chinese giant Chang, will make Okla
homa City bis home. Mr. Patterson
stands 7 feet 7 Inches in his stocking
feet and is S7 years old. He has travel
ed with a number of the beet shows In
the country for the past eight or ten
years and is well fixed In this world's
goods. About a year ago be married
and has decided to settle down and
take life easy. He owns considerable
properly in lUU etlv, and, as soon as
he returns from the ast, will begin the
ere elion of a fine residence. A couple
of months ago his wife presented htm
with a pair of strapping boys, of which
Mr. Patterson is imweasly boastful
"Hit. Patterson is larger than the aver
aee woesaa, beine: nearly feet high
and weighing over 900 pounds.
Two Loving PrlettJ.
w IAS .V YtiU
U joh were I
lad I ws yau,
1 itoa't know what
Tbs deuce Pdae
For yeu think
t&&rva.
A paries sm.
Uurtas tba Dry Swi.
JrWtKk JSSaS.
Feaaty (alter ttetef th lanar Mi)
Jaat took at Use duet on aax ahaM.
&ki I bale to g tett Mm. SalTp
laasts aarior looking is.
StfcriJust tore your to ad that
war, -rnaay
Fay U
rastoy (two second toiar) Wto-aal
Eiaal Maaktea, waasa's all that taat
that was urn ymr haar
Xttod (Hhtosirtof-Oa wy steak
toga. A w-'--n-r Atanniiin4MiBr.
Yattant Ostheatsa I radar YatT You
and cat for dot Hkrrwjj rlaaato aiitoaVi
arte &. M. I mmx. I
V saoaataaMy sokay ad sa-
Tajtoani Usxkassia
you drtok yttteea or dvaaty
near una you eajojr
VtaiU m "totijie
tnmUU Lkkmm
mm is nut charauag caaatoaa
iifiaiiwiiHinjf wronfl viaa avajv aawanat
Yet these restarts are not, jm kaoa," to-
tendijo as a stctotoaa
Jor saa Msaasses uUss of auaka"
Which takes sJtSgtohar, saaWaaw' wi
aaatsr
asatacwM."
aataa's ueaaMitt a
fnm Uu fttsSrs ( ssistoi
ato-WUlyousaeMysaa
take Alas. I can afy ha eato
Ha That W tmaiwaible I kaaa oato
skirts and loIuus euougk for say own
use
A "TARIFF PRIMER."
OfcltnTaiar fn the St-w Yest Connm te
irHM r ttre Oisf imph.
frimtfifSt " Jr-swMle.
Tna fttfwMit Tnfrff Miscellany'
tr-dny gives some pertinrtrt extracts
ffnw the "tatlff Primer" of Mf. P. M.
Ottstom of Rlrkwood, Mo., a most ute
fnl little pamphlet, which admirably
explains trie true effects of the pro
ter-tlYe rolrry
Q. Ton say the protective prRey en
jlchea the proteetlve mannfnctwtets at
the tsptnte of tbc man of the people?
A. It does.
Q. Yen say, too. that tha Ynlne of
these special benefits to the Northeast
Kcttoft Is estimated at fWW, 000,000 a
Ttat?. A Ye.
Q. If this be true, the f ivored States
ought to be very rich much richer than
the others? A. They are; they own
neatly rite-half the wealth of the eovw
tiy, and this ownership Is Increasing
I ivery year.
ri tl .!.- ... HM
ijiiw cii mis utf lucre nro
fony-three fRates and several Terrlto
lies In the Union; and do yon me4n to
say that nine of these States actHslly
own nearly one-half of nil the property
In the whole oonntrv? A. -Yes.
Q. What is the entire wealth of the
itmntry? A. At the last census, In
190, It was estimated at $43,62.000,
000 ever $13,000,000,000.
Q. What was the population of the
whole country In 1880, awl what the
population of the nine ninntifaclurtni?
States and or the other twenty nine
Slates and Territories? A. The entire
population was .51,000.000, ami or this
the nine manufacturing States of .Maine,
New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachu
setts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New
York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania
had 15,500,000, or less than one third,
and the other States and Territories had
35,500,000, or more than two third.
Q. Surely you do not mean to say
that the 15,000.000 own as much of the
wealth of the country ns the 35,000,000 ?
A. Yes. A large portion of the wealth
In the other States and Territories not
lets than f 1,000,000,000 Is owned In
Iho manufacturing States. This sum
must, therefore bo taken from one side
and added to the other, and when it 19
done the account will stand thus;
Wealth or the nine manufactnrine
States, $23,043,000,000; wealth or nil
other States and Territories, $20,000,
000,000. This shows that the nine In
dustrial States own over $23,000,000,000
worth of the country's wealth, nad the
oilier States and Territories ?J3,000,
000.000 worth.
Q This Is a startling statement If It
bo correct-but It needs some oxlanv
t'on. What do you mean by saying
that $4,000,000,00 , or ono sixth or the
wealth In the other States and Territo
ries, Is owned In the manufacturing
States? Do not the other States and
Territories own all the property In
them? For example, do not the people
ol Missouri own all the wealth tu Mis
souri? A. Thoy do not, they own
only about three rourths or It perhipj
not even that much.
Q Who own the other fourth?
A. It Is owned by 'the manufacturing
States
Q. How? A. A larte jmit or it Is
oMud ouiilpht. abd Himilitr tatt is
held under morttset whleli is aboiit
the fame thing, -
THE PERFECT HAND.
Haw lo 1'racurn It unit How It Van
He Kent.
As for the perfect hand, it is rarely
one comes upon It nowadays. The
wrltt should be round and dimpled, too;
the dillcate, taper lingers should turn
backward at the tip or tho rosy linger
nails; the skin should be or a soft white
ness. And, now. a word of advice, says the
Iloston TrauUer, Wear rings in pro
portion to the ugliness of your hands;
and, pray, If your hand It worth show
ing, do not hide it under sparkling
stones that anybody can buy.
Another word of advice: When you
"do" your nails don't put too high a
polish upon them or file them Into too
sharp points; the happy medium Is the
better form.
There Is nothing that will preserve
the beauty of the hand so well as the
oiled glove to bo worn to bed.
l'lrtt-ClMis Factory nirU.
yrcmlAi.Ytv York WeriJ
The best class of factory glr's in the
Union are thought to belong to the Nor
folk mills. The black sheep has yet It
be found and tbe smallest scandal writ
ten about these blithesome and beautiful
Southern girls. Most of them are Vir
ginians by birth, proud as their ances
tors ever were, and hopeful of winning
a better place In tbe Industrial world
than they now dignify. No foreman or
superintendent would dare to address
one of the haughty maidens by her first
name. When enrolled on the books
she refuses to give her Christian name,
"What name?" was asked a new
comer In a woolen mill recently
opened.
"Miss Clayton."
"And yeur Christian name?"
"That is an impertinent fnnulry. I
wish to be known in the mill as Miss
Cisyton." And so she is. So are all
tbte industrious, unobtrusive yauag
WOHifen
batlaracturtly KilulDeJ.
from. bU BulU MUtr.
In detailing the power of rum the
JNrau Bomb says, among other
things, that "H eamns in churches."
We are glad tbe Btmi has made this
Mtement, as it relieves us of the
embarrassing aeeasiiy of explaining
to Ibe good pastor way we do not attoad
church more regularly.
Mat Wwk Um,
mm U4 .multistats ftoue.
"ScasUey weak? I afcasdu Hke to
know wkaiet"
"la Us not betaf ante to sasiat toe
tmantltfiA4aa9& ba titTJaaC.
' Gfc, I thought you naaat hodtty. I
was going to say I've ataa him carry tog
the Itogitot loads of assy asaa I ever
knew.
rxit tag mur itoirya
tltsrit aW PMataantlf attl tlMsW- Mat MMa ttk aflat!
Wlto at tar aagday tote SJTtojt aast
nun
S
aaasa lannnfe IsaWaa) MASgi aWaaaaaaaaav
tkjatissV
w t SPF' avsanpi
1 how's aa y tea aaajfcwa
Catll aslallr Maa?& .ttjfaat Ui feaT
sbbf pansj jssntPsa snmjaaaF W
I gaJ Wh ia.U lama.XJ k ght (J
asp ri'T"" "nsaajaa sa wsjar faklHr"
fa gawai .kaM :tmm1mni
Ywho'RvittetosttojmiMtweMt
toMf
USaL taur kki. waaM toiaavtoat a
" "Jjto jraa spnmaap "aisspnsF anf fF ntaaw t
snW aay to v awsnswssaaaRs "RssappnaF ajPaW aay asar
kAUf
DP lanBil JKItV'Xa) 8sa0aasA4aasa
toes. BooaVai ! Hastiatoas't at the door
Whk voutos aaatok aaa Ksjatoi paaoaV
tioa,
has aa task to oar avary uaie
aa UMAa-a saatV of fcaUat-
Cvaw to, gaaf nter' Bdstg U baiwy
uigMs
WUwc Maraheos UUU, uur wuu uur
rsUtog aou
AMCSJiMENTS.
eTr Nntlonnl Thmttfe.
0rrg Tntcr, Mlnawhj will be
lie atttaetfon at the Iew Nssirmal
next wwk. The evrr popular Oeore
will be shied and abetted In his singe
en the risibilities nf the public by such
lovlal spirits as John Wild, fhomss
I.e Msck, Jay OnlgleyJofcn A. Cole
man, wood aird Shetdieid, and K I.
Marble. Momns mnst be victor. The
tiames of Hlchard J. Jota, Raymond
Moore. H. W. Frlllman, Thomas Lewis
and W. A. Pnttersmn siww a rietehled
corner on the musical element of min
strelsy, while Oeorge W. Lewis ami his
battalion of graceful dancers form liv
ing piemres to delight th ere.
The features of the orlo are mot
wonrterfnl specialties. Ilodo Ierj It
poll's performsoces on an unsupported
ladder, twenty Tour Teet In height, are
marrelons. Frank Ie Monder has bnn
called the "comical wizard of the air."
Wood and Shepherd, musically, are
great In their novel sketch. Georje
Thatcher "Our Oeoree" In hh new
monolognea recounts new experlenc,
slnjrs new songs, and provokes mote
ami heartier laughter than ever; while
the celebrated acrobats, Jlar.nre and
Abbacco's quintet, have never been
equaled In this country. The costumes
ami scenic effecta are In keeping with
the progressive Ideas of the show, be
ing novel, rich and elecant. S.tle of
scats begin to morrow morning.
AlbjtiRti'H llrnncl (rrn-llnn.
Sale of seats will open to-tnorrow
morning for the engagement next week
of tho brilliant actress, Miss Jane
Coombs, who will appear In tho fol
lowing rcpettolrc: Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Saturday evenings and
Widnewlay matinee tt9 Lmig Dovii&ek,
in Charles Dickens' wonderful story,
"Bleak House," On Thursday and
Friday nights Miss Combs will appear
In a delightful comedy, "The Dress
maker," and at the Saturday nntlnee
In "Camllle,"
ttatrls ttljou Theatro.
Mies Lillian Lewis, who hns been
styled tbe "American Bernhardt," will
appear at Harris' Bijou Theatre next
week In her new play, by Lawrence
Mnrston, "Credit Lorraine." When
slio appeared hero last season sho was
very popular, and was highly admired
In each of tho several plays which lior
repertoire Included. This week she
gives a tlnelo play ono which has met
with enthusiastic compliments. Miss
Lewis has worked hard In her nrt and
lias nt the same time devoted careful
attention to the mlnullte ot stage
mountings. Her costumes are wonder
fu'ly rich and' handsome. Ono of her
dresroe has n laco front or six and a
quarter yntds, tho Incc for which cost
$125 per yard. Another lias n pearl
bcsdtd front, which cost $850, nnd a
third has n train of twelve yards made
of cold bullion, which cost $35 per
yard.
Sho has one dresi whose embrolderv
Is vc rth $000. another Is of twisted slllc
cords, a quarter Inch thick, with silk
frtnee twenty four Inches long. Aclook
Is trimmed with twenty two yards or
Isce, another with ostrich plumes, and
another with white boaver. blue fox
and thlbet lamb fur. The list or milli
nery revelations might be extended
almost Indefinitely. Miss Lewis miy
claim pre-eminence in the way or sture
wardrobe, but like a true artist she
makes this consideration secondary, ami
gives the character nf "Lenorn" a power
ful and careful Interpretation. The
play possesses sustained Intensity, ami
the various parts are all entrusted to
capable people.
Seats for tbe ongsgement are now on
sale. The prices will remain us usual.
iceman' Maw WtMlilnctoii Tlieutro.
Sam T. Jack's Creole Burlesque Com
pany, which Is said to be the greatest
sensation of the season, will make its
first appearance next week at Kornan's.
This company Is composed exclusively
of creole belles direct from the tropics,
beautiful Egyptian women direct from
the Fjut and priceless eunuchs from far
Slambout. Such a combination ha
never appeared beforer and It without,
inetcutsui m me uwwry or ilia stage.
The rare grace of the Creole belles, com
bined with the matchless beauty of tbe
daughters of tho Nile and Intensified by
tbe eunuchs, will prove a troat which
Americans have never before enjoyed,
and which heretofore has been monopo
lized by Oilental princes and troploal
magnates.
Fay Foster English Gaiety Company
Is drawing big bouses this week. Ladles'
matinee to-morrow.
One Thing: Luckluc,
Fiom Mr AW Yrt JUraUl,
I can fix tbe office ker, I can pacify
tbe kiekers,
I esn wbsal the pension grabbers lata Use,
I can Jolly up tbe grewlsre, I esa Uekle all
ibe newisrt,
I esn pay far that ceWage nsartbebriae.
1 can slug "Etlsea Alauaa," lean ttiain
likjfiija,
I can mure young McKee without a
whtoa.
1 can gat tbe Ut of Blaise or that otbar
aun freta Mates,
But 1 cant shut tbe mouth of that ileuetd
hay ef mine.
'i . in
A UauitUlan Look at Us.
Frm tU ftmH Mmptrt.
Those of us, especially who beltove
in a national policy and are Intent upon
fostering our infant industries, are
rather disposed to rejoice at the wonders
which a similar policy, only more pre
Bounced In its character and more vig
orously carried out than our own
though disagured by some survivals of
wartaxes has produced la that coun
try. Itisnot easy to coecdve any more
tiiumpkant iadlcattoa of tba wisdom of
that policy, or more com plate refutation
of the arguments of its opponents, than
is found lu Ike history of the L'aitod
States during the last quarter ot a cen
tury, and t h stage of things that exists
to that country to day.
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tarasMrilla. kaawa te no otaar iaitutoa.
and ay ws tan lull steaininsl vowsr of ait
tea laaraaumn ui4 1 wtahei una was
Ms way to toe Isaatoir tftoes anxam maatniaas
hr us uwa tatstoatr merit, uui sas sows
iaajar sale than aa? similar tteparaftkia-
lUltti Yv' lUtiariiiiis
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taa I war ton, sad sar uiinioasari saaak af
utottoatotoattossta-'' Wa-M.toue.Gaa
toatoa sad atowaaS stn Bait lav ui fd.
Hood's
Sarsaparilla
bu!4 b SU druttalaii J - x t , 1.. Pr-
Snuvl way IjCl WmJU i o l cu
14 Jitiase Uur tolUr
FOR A GOOD SHOE
iflSIT
Wilson & Can's
For an Easy Shoe
GO TO
WILSON & CARR'S.
Wft fstTT III Bwt Ml w rSMSK
tlrimn at t a ratr at
Wilson & Carp's
l'nlilnnnMo Mioo Slcn.
Ko. 020 r KTitturr . tv.,
WMhrnaton, I). O.
BALTIMORR STORK,
I ntut O WttfT IMI.TIOnR .STitniir.
IS POSITIVELY SO,
Wc can't Impress n ncetl of.
prompt action on your part,
with reference to availing your
selves of tho particular, advan
tages of this "ante-fall" sea
son, any more rorclbly than to
give you our word tbat the
current wcok Is tho vory last
opportunity we can give Tor re
ductions on suramor goods.
"What wo sell wo mutt dispose
or quickly, because rail stock
Is nlroady beginning tooomc In.
ir not sold, the few baby car
riages, water coolers nnd re
frigerators wc have remaining
mutt go Into the storerooms.
Now, you know enough about
business to realize that wo'd
rather sell an article at a big
sacrifice than to storo it. Hut
that ono thing or tho other
muni take place "Is positively
so." Therefore, wo remind
you to consldor well our largo
dlicounts on Furniture, Car
pets, V'c. Here is an idea of
what we are doing:
Tlest Quality All-wool In
grain, made and laid with best
paper lining, 73c.
100 Mwjuette Ilassooks, 35c.
100 Body Brussels Ottomans,
80c
100 Moquette Ottomans, 50c
200 Smyrna Itugs, t feet by
7 feot, ?0.10.
75 All-wool Bngllsh Woven
Druggotts, 00c square yard.
Worth $1.
ISO All-wool Art Squares at
06c per square yard. Reduced
from f 1.
Beet Quality Seamless White
and Fanoy Straw Matting, 35e
a yard.
You can't possibly make any
mistake on any reduced qoods,
but you'll make a big mlstako
if you don't secure them this
week.
JULIUS LANSBURGH,
Tlilrleeuin sud 1' Htreet.
DlfectBi) of Lawyers and Law Films.
rUMBELL CAKHINOTOK,
ATTOBHBY-AT-LAW,
set D strt northwest,
WasbtoztoB, D. a
Wtttotar Law Hathttog.
HwiHsasii. tatS K streat northwest.
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ATTORKKV-JLT-LAW.
Ml and m 41 u.. oaaMser Mnahthig, aai
imiwISBii av., WasUaatoa, . C.
Psssttssi to the Quarts of toe Bhtiist tadet
Mac Bwat'i Cuaatr. M". lato-lf
s,
r. MBLUIW- J- S. ZA01I8Y
T. D. McKBMHEY.
PHILUM. XACHKY H MeKSWKST.
Altornars at Law.
A TONIC.
Hoisford's AcLd Phosphate.
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oyncK of
WOUBWAXD MffSWOr,
Qwm; ifth sni fit. w.
Eennemfcet we are stffl ooBtiaenaj
tbat SMtClAL SALS OP MKiiSS mrt
const antiyoffemi new and exeiPSd
rnely flne bavsame.
an Ineh Bxtra Heftry WWrn-lieit r
man Damask, ontf aito. ? yard. A
ehanee for keepers of Rotate, bewd
rng howw. c.
se-lneh Rlenehetl Dataasti, m baM
ml aetns. Ontt !9e. rr fatd .
ft Inch. Me. amtSl perrnrt. An
exlraord Irmry oeHng.
Thebertitneaf Tewrtsat It.w
have ret pi seed on sale.
Bxtra valnes ra imssla CTash at
tfe., ltJe. and IBe. per Trd.
Lerae rtrt Meaeh'ed anH unWeaetoit
TarkMi Towels for the bath. Bltm
henry qnsllty, SSe. eaeh.
On oar barjmtn table m front of
Lhren Pepartimnt we bared ptoswt
several different deant In Ilnek awl
Danask Tov. els of line rnwle both m
t netted frlnire and hemstitched, onlr
We. eaeh.
Holler Towels, already made, both
plat and twilled crash, l yards ton,
only see. each, fs.60 per desen.
9eeond floor.
J!KV HECKWRAR FOn MBN.We
control for tMs dty the prednetsof
one of the belt. If net the best Neck
wear ecneeros. The bst materlats
and nmst skilled work-people are
estrt. it renntrcs skill, aeqnlred only
by long expertenee; to make amt
i!iapo a senrf attoftetber loaslDir
this nsamifnotnrcr hai It. Wo nro
showing a window fall of a Ant Pall
order, eotorlDss, desbrns. and shape,
esceedloaly catehy. The prlee, more
so, See. eaoh.
Men's department, 1018 F st.
NBW FALL.7ACKBTS FOH M183B3
AND ClllI,UnBNr-Wo have Just re
ceived an early arrival in Mtaes' aad
Children's Fatt Jackets, In nkln
Navy, Tlaln Oreen ami Navy-Dtue
Chevron. They are mnda reefer
shapedi roll eollar and high should
ers. Sites 4, C, ?. 10. tt. It amt IS years.
rrlees JS, tMO, H, S.M, 7nnd
r. SO each.
Alo anotlier tot of Brown Striped
Cloth, samo sbnpod.
Sizes 9, 10, If, 1 1 anl 18 years.
I-rtees Jl.tO.SS, S5.80, ! and M.M
aeh.
Third floor.
THOSK NEW FERCALK SIltrtT
WAISTS FOIt LADIES aro (SolnR very
fatt. Ilctter make your selections
now while we have a complete atoek.
They are platted bask ami front, fall
sleeves and high shoulders. Only
to. eaoh.
Third floor.
ANOTHER NEW ART FADRIO.
We have Just received a sew Art Fab
rle called "Hollywood" Cloth. It It
umhI for Curtain, Sofa Pillows, Chair
Covers, Table Covers, ete. Tho
stltohes tired are prineipa ly darning
Mlh, worklac throtds, rope tlllc and
linen flon. The colors are Hate,
dreen, IHhc, Oohten Brown, Terra
Cotta, ete., tt Inohes wldo and only
Sl.SS per yard.
Seeoed floor, anaex.
WOODWARD & LOTHROF,
Corner lltli and P Sti.N. W.
EDUCATIONAL.
y EATB8' INSTITUTE,
Lammiter, Fa.
TbaBev. 3JONTGOMERT H.nOOPER, M.
A.. Hsad Master. Fear boys reeelred as
members of tbe bead master's family. At
present there are two vaeaneles. Mr. Hooper
has teat boys to Harvard, Yale, Frmeetoo,
Columbia, Lebtafa, Amherst, Trinity, West
Feist, Annapolis, .le., aad has not bad a eaa
date for adoleilea rejeeted.
TOUN8 HOPKINS UNIVERSITY,
aLTIMORE.
ABBensesments for the Neit Aaadeete
Year
ARE NOW READY,
And WH1 fce Seat en AppHeaUea.
VVrBSLEYAN ACADEMY,
Wttbrab&m, Mom.
0e of tbe baM-deaeB beet aeadewte aad.
elateteal lebeets ta New Esataad. Thepiy
meat of lit la advaaee wtttasver eedlaary
tuliloB, with board, for faH terra, bsgtaahig
AUOUST W.
Send lor eatalagee ta
REV. O. M.STKBLE.Friaabial.
lyf'KADVlLLBTBBOLOaiOAL SCHOOL,
Medttk. Fa.
BdaaateimrtheCtafatsantalalilry. Reaas
seat aad tnttlea ires. Aa aalisase fee of tee
iar aai, haat aad ease a( saaaa. AM
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i.it a. AddroM luiul tmymmtivi ttu i, Jfr
KtJt,0.tTION.Vt..
s coLrstBtAN rmorjiTY.
i rreparatny 8ehNd aaaas Sent, tl,
ann nn. aa.
t Sahoin ofans on. 1
lAw Stofiflvri of tWi uirftwi'Itfr oomi
ont.e.
CAtftfOftMS OT Miter tlafOTflMttOtl (m-
nfws
JAMW O. WELLlS&lAjB.,,
jrTVIVowKa
stm,tt y
ST. CnrjBUA'S ACADBMY TOR TOOTH
LADfm AND CTttLDKBf
Heopens MtWDAY, 8BPT. 8.
"WSfO ftlra ZTHmt-ralE IffiWOITO SfWOttl
rel.Hw Attention.
rnnR bhhlitz 9chooi,of dajwhtas",
L IK Mth St. n. w.
TBRMS, $.
London, Etnt.
ma
T?MBRSON INSTTTDTB,
'j 1 Mil. -hat t ami Kit
Select claMralard mat hematloal sehoot rVr
yonntr men and boys. Beclns Iti thirty-ninth
year MONDAT, "KPTEMllKR . rreparw
lor Harvard, Yale, Prtneeton. Jehns Hopkins,
Lehkth, and other colleres and nnlwrilthj
forthesclentlflc rchooK United States Mili
tary and Naval academies, and for biwln.
BpwNil departnent for boys between Band
It years of sge. A fall eenne In medern lan
ftaeRes. Forpartleniarsaddresji
CHAS. B. YOUNO,
anirSeim Frtnelpat-
MORWOOD INSTITUTE
Reopen8KrTEMnKR , with laercftsed
acuity and many Improvements.
MR. ami MRS. WM. D. CABKLU
anS6,tf FrlBetpals.
Georgetown University,
Washington, D. C.
SCHOOL OF ARTS AND 8CIENCBS (OoorKO
town College). New term bejInsScplem
ber 11, Preparatory Department for
Boarders. Collegiate Depattment for
Boarders ami Day Scholars. 3. IUvbri
HicfunD", S. J., President.
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. Term opens Octo
ber I. O. L. MioRCDBn, M. D Dean, 815
Vermont av. n.w.
SCHOOL OF LAW. Term opens October 1.
S. M. YrttMAX, fecretnry. Qeorretown
Law BalMInff, cor. F and Stb sts. n. w.
J. HAVENS RICHARDS, S. J.. Rector.
anlltoscplB
riltAHLOTTE HALL SCHOOL.
int-18W
Situation nnsnrpasged for health. Englkh,
Claselcsl, Matheraetleal, Commeroal aad
Military Cannes. Hoard and tuition, $10 for
ten mentbs. For partlenlars address
It. W. 8ILVB8TKR.
Charlotte Hall,
aaW,eed,m St. Msry'a Ctmnty, Md.
CAMBRILOEECHOOL
AND
MAROARET WINrilROP HALL,
CsmbrhlRC, Mass. '
Ensllh, Classleal and Eleetlve Courses for
OIiIj. Homo comfort and social cultivation.
Balldlairand furniture new. No crowding.
Applleant s most be over 1 1. Address
MR. ARTHUR OILMAN,
Cambridge, Mass.
Tt fl ISS BAYARD'S INSTITUTE.
Norwalk, Conn.
A Heme School for Girls and Young Ladles.
Number of boardlnc pupils limited to twenty.
Excellent advantages tn Mutle, Art aad tbe
Languages, Qyra&ailiira. Pleasant croaadr.
Healthful Ioeatlee. rnptts boarded tbrosgh
tbe summer months. Board, waabtss and
tuition la tbe BagUah braasbes, fVX) per
sebelastle year. Send far eirenlar.
V
ANDBRBILT UNIVERSITY,
Nashville, Teen.
Ten Feitewtblps, SlOO cash, with free tui
tion, open te graduates wishing to pursue
higher eouiiei.
Addreis
WILS WILUAM3.
Secretary,
-ry BLLS COLLEGE FOR WOMEN,
Aurora, Cayuga Lake, N, Y.
Three full eeuHe ef study. Leeattea
beautiful and healthful. A reflned Christian
beme. NewbuHdlas read r next September.
Eeetten begtss SEPTEMBER U.im). Send
far aataleane.
E. S. FRISBEE, D. D.,
Prlaassal.
S'
T. LUKE'S SOBOOL,
Bsstietaa, near PbttinlisphK fa.
A Uah-alaai i ah eat Bxeeattea&Uy health
fat Issatlen. DeHgbUul sarraaadtacr. Detag
Beadwark. preftare er any aaMsge ar bast
ness. Bars seat that year to Yale, Harvard
and Frlii sates. Sjiafaltasaaf ysaagirhan.
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rtt4r tut -'o-.c ui Btvfatotiu . luKmd44ai.ii,
OT.MBRrcpALESEMINflRY,
bT. MARY'BCrrr.MU., commences Its
t AethyearOCT, 1. Instruction thoronah.
I J Term" mtxlcruto. Address tho prlnel
pol MISS A. E. THOMAS. Jy3,tnW.8m
AsrvsrsiBSTS.
-JSiW NATTOHAL THKATBE.
iwwy gsnme, Wednesday and s-.i' ...iy.
GUS WILLAMS
AND
JOHN T KELLY,
TeiretBer wWh a CompaTiy f ic ,
rresaw that the tMrrety NewXn-1 si Ea .
U AND I
TBe BMNientlr Sweeewrfnl Farce c t-.Ci'f
tsTw
8-BTOKTl!ATCHKRy MINSTREL?
A LBAUBII'S OBAND OPERA HOI 3 J
Every Evening.
MATINEE SATURDAY
7UTISS
FAY TEMPLETON,
fnpported by
MR. BDWIN 6TEVEN3
AND A STROSO BURLESQIB COMPANY.
In 01H and Freoer's New Cortlo Opera
Burlesque,
HENDRIK HUDSON.
Costumes Original, Striking and Ccstly
Eleeant Scenery
Handsome and Largo Chorus
3ftweekJANK C0OMB3. relT
HARRIS' BHOU TnKATRB.
Week Commencing MONDAY, SEPT. I.
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
The Only Indian Actress,
G0-W0N-G0 MOHAWK.
In Her Own Picturesque Play, Written by
Herself,
THE INDIAN MAIL-CARRIER.
Next weeh-MI.LTAjt. LKWI3. aet.Ct
'S
NEW WASHINGTON
THEATRE, inn ST.
THIS WEKK-LadleV Matlnro To-mcrroTS
The NnUutor of Itiirlcsquo thortr
HAY
rc
0STER
i:.GI.IMl OAIXTT COJ
Tommy Dayton's I.acf liab!o BurlcsqUd
"HER MINNIE,"
Gorgeous First Part. Rich Olo.
set.tt
GLOBETIIRATtM.
MO.NDAY. 8EPT.1
brand Opening of the Fall nnd Winter Season
THEACMKlMPBiltAI. uPEflSLTY CO.
Matl&ces Munday, Wedccday, 1 buKday ami
. . . Friday.
Admlton, to, ao, 30 and Wc. eel tt
T
UE
HEOLIKN.
Is the Grat of Alt Musical Instruments
Because It performs any mmlo
rom a walls or a ballad to nn
' overture or a symphony more
beautifully ami moro nearly
perfect tban any other tinglo
Instrument.
Tho Aeolian I not mechanical, bn1 tho
nHMpulatlr n of It Is to simple that a pcrvon
oanlcrrn topla) It with from one totbrco
weeks' practice Tour visit to tee this lo-
struaeat will be eattMmed a favor at
B. F. DROOP'S,
9t6 PA. AVE.,
f ole Agent for Sto!nway and Other Ftrst-
Clats I'lanos and Organs.
KXCCJISIOX.H.
SLAND PARR,
IIARPER'3 FERRY.
Tbe finest Pleasure Oronnds In tboccun
try. Music Dancing, Boating, Fliblng,
Swings, Flying Horses, Oroqact, etc, eta.,
all freo. Every Thunday f rum II, .t O. sta
tion at lOjOOa.m. Tickets, Including reserve
teats both directions, SI.
COLONIAL BBACII. VA-OOOD BOARD
ami room, S7 per week; bathing free. Ad
drew OEO. K. JOHNSON. S3.3vr
NKW riMlLIOATIONS.
USEFUL B00KSJ0B VACATIQH.
Their Pilgrimage.
By Ounua Dbw.it Wibnih. Richly Illus
trated by C. B. Rimuabt. Tost 8V0. Half
Leather, t.
Summer Holidays.
Travelleg Notes tn Europe. By Tmascan
CniLi), author of "Delicate Feasting," Ac
Post 8ro, Cloth Ornamental, tlja.
Our Journey to the Hebrides
ByJessrH Pzhnxu. asd Euzasitu Robins
Ptshttx. Illustrated. Puit tro, Clotn
Ornamental, JI.75.
A Tramp Trip.
How to Se Europe en Fifty Cents a Day. By
LxsMiMWEfuEK. W Ith Portrait, l-'oo,
Ootb, fl X.
Knocking Round the Rockies
By Swisar 1sihh.l, author of "Fr!ecii
Worth KsewbHt, "Tha Ice Queen,''' 4",
IthMtrattd. Koaare svo. Cloth, tl.
Shoshone and Other West
ern Wonders.
ByEiHrAtuM Beiu. With a Prefa-e by
Chahih FiukCM Antvs. U J;tnitjJ
Butt era, Cloth, tl; Paper, TJc,
Nooks and Corners of the
New England Coast.
By &!. Aba Ssuxi. WithNarec-c-:i
HlMrtrattam. S4jnr 8vo, Cloth, fi 'Ji.
Horsemanship lor Women,
By Twianaas M. Mtu. ' With 111 ostrat: - -s y
Qsvat ViMJLtM. jamaU tto, Ornarae:'aI
Clash, tl Jit.
Fly-Rods and Fly-Tackle,
tMHMMSstaasaatatMrMasiiactareaclt ?
Bj Haaanr P- Waw. IUiutraUd Em-)
I, SAW.
City Boys in the Woods;
Yeotuxe ta Maine ByErs-T
V. Wail.
Illasttated. s.,ujjo t--,
MJ0.
Mexico, Caliiarnia and Ari
zona. a. Vk- aad Bavsaed Xdilloa rt "'t
umtuu aad Bar Lt Prul I0.es 1 7
wrtin.ri Tr-airr wttn jiiusirit: --,
Tla abaca was asa tot sale by all N"&
sjsUassar stlhasaat by the pubJwLtr pA
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