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TUB DAILY CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 11,1890.
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m AttH'AL SCHOOL BOOK
fit tl ingcs In test book to be used
Jit fee p ublte schools of the city the
cmisg school jeer, as announce 1 by
the ImMi appear to be cob fined to the
rjtfath grade sad an Ave In number awl
jtteltnic the books ttswl in the study of
algebra ed hhrtory. This Ham of text
"boons tt always high in price and the
change to those whom it affects means
an eapeMe covert njr the cost nf the
books. In addition to this sum, which
trill be probably from three to ftar
dollars, the "orlds and ends ' In the way
of pads, pencils, slates, drawing-boons,
etc., reqniretl by every pnptl, is on an
ftrerag e half ae mnch tnore, and as
there are generally several chlMreo In
Mhoe) from one household the average
parent is already groaning In spirit
trrer the expenditure he either must
make or else see his children deprived of
the advantages of the schools. .
This school liook evil Is one emttireil
Itf the pbllc In every district in the
oowtitry, and from which a stront; cry
for relief goes up at the beginning of
every school year The outlay for
books which, It may bo safely said, is
rarely less than live dollars for one pit
pit and is doulrie and treble this amount
according to the number of children
teat to school from one household,
conies at a season when lis payment la
moat-burdensome to the wage-earners of
the family. At this time of the year nil
tke usual expenses are Increased heavily
by reason of the prepaiatlons for winter
which even the poorest are compelled t
make according to their Income: Fuel to
warm the hearth, increased clothing for
the body and more food for the stomach
fere necessities that wilt not down nt
My bidding. That, with these never
out of si ght, so many children every
where are provided with the e.peuslvt
omilt for a year's attendance at the
public srheoU, shows bow highly the
Afeeitran cltlien. the country over,
rates the advantages to him and hi
JumHlml by our popular system of
education. It issrgntd Iv many tha
the lelitt from this pleasure
on the patrons of the school can be
t fleeted la but one way, and that this is
for the municipalities to provide the
necessary books. In the case of very
poor pupils this is now done, ami In this
way the unfortunate victims of poverty
are often nude to surfer the keenest
pangs of humiliation. While there is a
(jnestfon whether government which
bulkl, furnishes and warms the school
houses awl hires the teachers should go
further and place upon the pupils'
ileths all the books tliey need, there can
lie bo question that the yearly outlay
nsomltatstl by the frequent changes U
a grievous burden to the masses of the
people, antl that Its lifting, In some
manner, would extend the advantages of
the schools to the very class that Bed
them the most. The only beneficiaries
of the present system seem to be the
school-book publishers, ami these have
enjoyed rich harvests for many years.
WOMKX'g CLriM havk not been sue
feesful as a rule and have been pro
verbially short-lived. The So roe Is of
Kew York has been a notable ex
repilati and lis on shoot, the Ladles'
Kew York Club, It would appear, Is
(wterlaf Hues a like successful career.
It has been la existence a year, auwbers
four hundred members and has steady
epeiieatwAS for new memberships. Oa
Monday It moved from ks first quarters
tn a spacious four story house which it
Js baUeed it will not outgrow for some
time. The object of this elub te pria.
etealty to provide a eomforUble stop
pjftf place for it members. It serves
ftteas tuaeheoas and dinners la
surfs; t has reading ruoats ami sitting
MSNpe, and the upper stories of the
ImiUitut are furnished comfortably as
hid imsm so that the elub's out-af-haws
mesahetc. who are about two
hstnjilaofi stiossaj, way be senom twe4a ttnl
M well as those who live la the city.
The mtetdaat of the elub will reside a
th hetw wth her f easily, and it to
beifeved thai everything will ma nlgng
SMdsihiy nasi annie-pse ostler be ajaia
taiaed at all times.
To Peanuts of
haaae ate eye out ia the hstaseat at
kisMttf, aast it always uaJkiag eaes
iMwg ut put U his purse. Those who
Tos know this, wad they wtUnot
u s-aunnfnjs&snAntl fch a ipt" taWt nnm
Wm IWfpiWWWI IVgVfVIVIV W fJaW BsTtn wf
Umtkii of hi cemfrtort lm Hm tot
W1m iMftAf wU w cap horn
Htr IijgfAft ftlfitpfilHltiUt Of teW U
tfc WHUttSOQGA UmMgl
saeeMl aeeat was sea out fsoai
i sue amiea m
tkla eitT lu
p wr Mm wiw ut sxertsiaing the
pea oMtl mei&les ttf rederel ogfflato.
teste ej ato iaeaee all fcaee-
ii m sajaove ifieir usaees to we Weaw
. whM i wt Migjeatei same
fjai sai-to U scheme ol5i
MS, ti we act keaevel b uu. bat
mm eaaas aruanw was i una sew uu
mm. He intuM.lml i Uw GuiwueMc
Msjak ici.t t VuMmoiet witstw
MM lifftrrt. mm! Uiwl ui taitteiwe skew to
eaaitlt a SWUe to Juove to the PuBer
Urnk- lie fdtuiutut ut savtaK Ui c
yeasa tethe Goewsiueot vea S. Two
sj( ae uveitis am known to hv 4a!fwi
to rrHsrtaln tfm ptouoaitlou, uatae xhuy
emit mn who oiktt buildiBi. hi white hmeu
wfW P. V w .",
u) eaevese saasr wbhpwb ee m
aii taej say he wui not, m vte afthe
fieessmslftir ot hviQtf the fffffjrwt eaalsejl
SSaThai eiiWIi ii 1 a van irihnl aaa
jJaBjBBp 4aev mpssw s ssmavw emjajBSRasaBma; "
lumwiwrcifti. 'VnfcttfHT Svejapiia out
el his lata utu&.lumQa the lailsf ihm
bp wsf fsasaF ,ps,r" tw s anssp ssaBBara sp
ammmtt PAMUMUtk LUetfitt ei tCdtlml " ttV
Uglgf- "Ta ufcreau to ha draws
--sh.il tbv Sttalot aag is that tiheri.
VouM be ao is jury to ti country by
hvtu fr.tigiinb Layiui Cume hclc iU. .
be UiviUJ U. or u.4vdUMIsAi U4
Mvliloni! to t-nlund, u ti li c w v
wonlil 11 hr- Iobc here ann thertv
erriplo) mont wtft be given to our
labor, t submit to th SeMtor tint that
Is the same thing wafts is now taking
i late In Irelatrd. the wwrV Is all done
urtm the lao1 f trelathi, but th feu
Wsh laBdlortl htkea the profits awsy aod
trRds them in England, aad that I
etactly ht the Trth popfe ate cotn
plaintng of." "fTa the contraty," re
tdM Sir. Ev bt, "the Irish landlord Is
tt a landlord of the farmer, and he takes
the crops.'' Mr. Ciiu,rrt. reWrtwd:
"He takes the proreeds ot lira cwpi lot
tliecptB." Mr Evabt, la a qite4to
tegfttig way Well, he takn the fhdts
of it all, and bve 'Thai" fte
tertttfrtlet) "' bat they will tnfca
htre," said Mr tmti And the
Ike Grand Old Mummy fmm M(w York
treat on and on In the irual way, and
the Senate doted quietly, lulled into a
restful state fr his droning voice sleep,
lly fluting throuiih mi tntcnres con
tainlne wmething about English wages,
the fnenreto through free trade of for
eign manufftctnrea, usttty of trle with
in, nnity of front ind clnmrntaltaUon
towards other nations, stttpewdons facts,
glory, greatness, patriotism, defensive
barriers and io ot bur. 1 1, bn a t
bur. 1. 1.
Eroicnt FtKt.r, writing from Indon
to the Chicago jVetr, says: "V hovel
competition Is now open to fair fem
ininity ail over the world. The
ltaroness Ci.ah DKkt.kr of Tlflts has
proclaimed an Invitation to all beau
tiful women to .nd their photographs
to her in order that there may be com
piled an album nf 'beauties living dur
ing the last ten years of the nineteenth
century.' Five years hence the lists
are to be closed and thu multitude of
pictures will be referred to a committee
consisting of two sculptors, two artists,
ino poet3, two soldiers and one dlplo
mate, and this committee shall deter,
mine which portraits slmll be Inserted
In the album. Kneraved fao-slmiles of
the album will be made and put on
sale, but the orlglnnl album is to pass
into the possession of the Ethnographi
cal Society of Moscow for preservation
In Its museum. None but women of
irreproachable character will be admit
ted to n participation In this merry
war, and In every Instance will refer
oncos bo demanded. The lowly social
condition of the would be competitor
will not count against her; the desire
Is, barring out objectionable characters,
to secure specimens of every type of
contemitoraoeous feminine beauty."
Hon. Thomas 1). BKr.N has resigned
the iiositlon of vice-president of the
Hoard of Directors of the World's C
'umblan Etoltlon and also his scat
on tli board. He Is evidently dis
gusted, for in his letter of declination
he refers to certain chnrges that hare
1m en made against him He bad so
It was charged sent his (on to Sweden,
on behalf of the directors, for Imformn
tlon any consul of this country could
have furnished, and himself had re
celved 10.000 to go to Georgia. All
this Is false, says 3lr. Bryan, and "the
weaknesa of the Georgia charge con
sists not only In the fact that no such
ononnous sum, or sny other sum, was
given me to go to Georgia, but also in
the further fact that I did not go to
Georgia, and hence did not fall In that
alleged mission." The old man feels
sad. He Is tco sensitive to enjoy the
rude jostle of a world's fair. But he
would be a giant la a county fair
"Md'HKJtsoK's IIanhhook op Pom
tic yot J800," which covers the period
from August 81. 1888, to July 31, 18C0,
has been Issued from the press by James
n. CHAt-MA of this city. The present,
says the author, Is the twelfth of a con.
tlnuous series, the whole covering the
cycle of thirty yean of the most event
ful political history In all the annals of
time. This last volume contains an
epitome of all the important legislation
enacted between the two periods men
tJoeed important deetekma of the
United Stales Supreme Court, tables ot
the revenues and expenditure of the
Government, and betide other matters
or much general interest, the legisla
tive hUtory of the Silver Coinage set of
lbTS, which Mr. JIoIhkkon says has
sever before beea written. The volume
may be obtained of Qa.wu.xx & Tr
urn, 915 Pesaaylveala avenue.
Skatok TuKfiK. la bis tariff speech
made ymerday, said of the McKixlby
bill "The UU to a UU of attaiader
against wage. It attaches the wages
ia the laborer's haasis where it to tolled
ia the iateitet of moaopoly. A bill la
'very way calculated to dJatijliib the
laeans of cubkUieiue of labor, iilhM
U re the 1404 of rtristaace by kber of
the oppseatloa sad in justice wttk which
it Is ateaji threatened by Ae leduetioa
of the price of its wages."
UM0it Ystr uc reply to F&usk
Hut-otic, the Oustta otaionrsl bUcc
guard, tafct sreatly: "We have met Uua
sp gflgfjgejgj eigsjBBj svs vsmn ejisatw v ejeaPF
gani the SAarllae of the Btpajpr f rasa
Hew York. Tfc bjtf JmbJut, toaaad
lacerated ia many a deadly eojUB&t,
where lite was the forfeit of she game,
will turn aside fnm a sasaUar aainal
whose only meaaa of oAens ami d
caaac to las wAm ttith -wUt wateh
tt pOsoaa the surruuaidiag
Taa mu ha th beuaie o the TarUf
bill w Yeas. 4. yi. 89. ftfteea
asssprgejasw ej av iSjP" " afVp"vgV flHJt
7 lmgEiiblr'ana MiriSiTi Ainnii
"I1 'y 'wsMP" ps jp'eyi e"ep- m
tux. Ya4.8 aad f'nng WMssBMifl ih
thai ao dimeuJty wUi he exjMletKed la
iekhisg sit nmei Mk i ip
mi thai the bill wiU hmmm a iw
wsthaaa lass dajMi
eeiets. In l, mw&ag to Baaarpg
- 4x fomnpuf ijmjmm
ea- Thectty oi &m Ts ajtoti
cottsunwd W.IMtuWfli dnisia
-"- "-- -- w"iliy'fi!aisjBnj sjaajgaBBfjsjN
Mum mwmm 4
lbottrs ot tfet LTaBiid Btlftatha) pogmr
who ww wM ir hMuls, ace th ata
piayexol torpotaii'ai '' Saawor Ivut-
Wl UJ.V. ustin to t av auicr
af "TLt Wjtk.o isiUtu e tssyii jf
'' - ' -- ' I -i
- - .gi ui
of a I.r'ire on i-viit,(i i .. il -." rl
rcforwi The firt deil with fe thco
logical, the serod whh the socMlstic,
the third wRh the tiatWtto, the
fmitl. with the sflentttic uwthd vf
trwirtflgthe iiuestlon Whatever !nH
vMnal opinions th? ttt mat itoler
tain on the subject he vrtll fins! etch
of tht lertort s Worthy of perns!, the
pamfthtrts are fot tti at tea cents
each, by the ptiMlshart.
M-imfni'tin. SIffce Caffrey, Chfcago;
m Rnticl snd IT. A TvTteo. N To?k,
C V . Pslntrr. Orest BsrHngton, Ma.
Afltfiiwi Mrs W V. Lyneti, West Vir
gjntg; Frederick Cameron, Albany, 2 f.,
31. ft. rrosd, Rorhester, X. T,; W. U
Clark, Cotmnhns. na Cymso. Downett
atrt sMfe, Phtftetpht; .T. tt. WeTls, O. Si.
Cra, O. A. Jenney, Sew Tork.
M.atrt. R Utgh, I.ttthl Roch, Ark.j
P. V. Mwartts, Baltimore; J. U Irwin,
SClfllMspoitsj O. W. (ordey, Lenvtr, M. C.
, WHbriC ,X .V. Chfldem, Dallas, Te .
m. ('. A Abemethy, Palaskt, fenn : Rev.
J. M, Byrnes, Sew fork; Wltton StcDow
ell. Kansas Llty; W. Palmetlo, New Vortt;
Rev. It. P. Stryker, ew Tork, Wm. 8.
Steven ami family, Boom Hie, Mo.
liW It. M. feacock and John E. Brotl
ssy, Wfw tofk; 0. C. W. rienWahd wife,
Baltimore; W. O. Arnold, Rhode Island.
shm-ehim J. P. Torhee, BntTato, S. Y ,
Iwla Walker. Mesdrtlle.r., .fesse lster
sen. Lockport. N. Y.; II. U Earle, New
JrHnglonlumt T. Stodilard. ArUons;
U llllsm Oresvenor, Harry S. Morrl, Xew
Totk; William A. .lone. Res Molnc
Ipwa; B. lhply, Aveoel, Md.; Jsmes
TlngermsB, Kamss City, Mo.
Xormnntlit Charles J. Oleee, Thomas
Kn, rhtlfulelphts; Mrs, Jsmes Marshall,
Mlw Martbftil, Ptttslmrv, Ta.
Kbhm Ssmiiol B. Smt'h, Dayton, Ohio;
W. C. Bnrrage ami C. V, Barrage, Boston;
4. Msreer Caraettf Vlrgmla; K. 1). Haley,
Itdtl Jo)inrmV I). Phlredge.' Annapo
lis, Md.; J. Mlioails. New lllmlelphia,
Ohm: OUo Bra New York? a U. Meek
KankMkee, HI.; A. S, Beeee, HUle Creek,
Lombard, Albany, N. Y.; V. IlTSermour,
General H. F. Butler arrived In the
city this morning to remain two or
three days. He Is at his house on Capi
John Swlnton h.w returned to New
York from his European trip, and will
toon make a tour of the West.
The youngest member of the next
Congress will lie J. B. Bailey of Texas,
who is only 5 years of age.
James . MacKnlght of Brooklynhai
left for Helena, Mon., to take the man
aging editorship of Uussell Harrison's
newspaper in that city.
Pir Edw In Arnold Intends to reach
Knglatid about Christmastime. He will
travel li nicward by India, ami It Is -
ptcted his pciru will see the light soon
afttr the new year.
Harvey Watterson. the hale oil father
of the Kentucky editor, Is a privileged
member of the Cmiritr Journal staff.
He has a well knit frame, a ruddy fa.'e
and earnest gray eyes Evert thing in
bis appearance indicates that he Is goo!
f r many years of life yet.
Jace Dettenrldge of Kingston, Ja
malca. is an orphan and has fl.OOO.OOO,
She has refused thirty seven odors of
Pasteur, the eminent physician ot
Paris, has been engaged to deliver a
course of lectures before the Michigan
College of Medicine ami Sureery at
Detroit tbe coming winter. A French
student of the college will Interpret the
great man's words to the classes.
Von Moltltu enters bis 01st year on
Marlon Harland says women who
write shouldn't marry.
Jay Gould made his first money In
Arkville, a little New York borough
31rs. Abram S. Hewitt heads an as
sociation in New York to enable women
to study law.
Mrs. Prank Leslie is opposed w
woman's rule. She says they are more
unmerciful than men,
Hannibal Hamlin, with a rare recard
&r posterity, has kept ao diary of his
eighty one years' experience.
Powderly, K. of I, to bald ami wear
gold rimmed spectaeles. All his clothing
Is black except his linen.
Samuel Slater first spun cotton by
power machinery in this country 100
years ago at Pawtucket, A celebration
will be held there September 38.
Governor 3IcKInney of Virginia says
that it to not at all necessary for a
public man to drink, as to often as
serted. It has beea his Invariable
practice to decline all "treats" in hla
political campaigns, and be believes
that Instead of losing he has gained
vote uy nis aueuneaee.
The American wife of the new Duke
of Manchester, who obtained such un
enviable notoriety as Lord 3Iandeville,
has cause to be greatly disappointed by
the tirms of her father-in law's will, for
iatead of leaving the magaiaceat
family Jewels la the new duchess, -or
even to bis whiow, he has left direc
tions for them to be sold to supply the
deficiency of his personal estate. The
iswoue accaiace or. ana pearls of larj
site, as well as a diamond tiara of Ot
coada stones, have thus paased lata
other hands, realiziajr some thousands
of pounds. The aeckhvee to cojwtd
ered the aaeat eoltoeilon of pearl ia
oae otaameat tot Easriaad.
Vbttawpby or Vote Hpjrtax,
X. L. GeUtiu U t4 If or mm.
Every attack oa the tarif to ia a cer
tain seaae aa attack oa peofswty, ia the
eves of its owaert, aad these to nothing
fat which n,en are so ""f "'pulfy't ia
the choke ot means as la repeiUag at
tack oa their property. Here to the
passu at which the tariff touches the
suffrage. Money always, if necessary,
dejeaa itself with money Nobody
who thisks his buaiaeas to ukely to be
ruhsed if a certain party gets into power
wbl relraia from aavug himself wuh
any weajwaa wtuu atoraaca. This
BUfemfiS ftmflmikiV tllfll faJsuas- was, tltffl'tftil
sjsflssgpsp VPaiBjag peswwsj fasewssjary ppssssswaasnaa
u wfiMefCTa & $nj& buy i iBA&y
Bpi Wi m iglif ttVMtftf? lOgT
-FrnaMfrfT Hi mlTl!tT ammUUntmBl
' SifittP HA4i mkWtmmWV9&'
WSM gMltFgsfrf'l a.IaJMt. MMfMAM,
Inmmt ismtftf IWaf
ii wm ip nasagf 'W'bw
Cletaae lsu the gioueai aad Ms) the haht
swTig amtMet vMr,
t the end.
(.rant Xttim U bfttticf ui u
ViiJ Sural til tf ,rrf l
i 'j i-vJAL. iJ J V Ui bj L- lu l
rrM-trwt ilMlHts ftt tM natHenal.
George ThatclreTi MlHtret, playlair
at the nevr Jfairoriai thl wek. are eiv
Ing nnbrjumrfd sstlsfactron by tl e
wholesomerwsa, nrtttaalH and m rtt ..f
trtir peTformance If there is any or
feature of the entcrttogMt faa i twt
ter thn anotlrer, ft ts tfre slngine
They have nrermmi special treat for
lovers nf old-time melodhwin their m
gramme for SstutWay !ght, wh-n
Belle Bramlon, ' "Old Kenturky
Home.' Bonnie Krolae" "ftwked 'n
the Cradle of the Deefi" will tMng by
the diffeient soloists. At additional
feature of interest will be prevented la
ffluatrationi by means of a stereoptrcon,
of the ptoerewlon of fnlnstrelsv frtWi
ft birth, In 1343, to its present state of
Sew NnthMmt TlMatr.
There are always mote or lets difficul
ties to encounter in running a tank
drama, and especially one In which a
woman take; an active part. An audi
emsa always etpect to ee somebody lean
lnt the water, and If a woman Is ad
refitted a woman it must be. ten this
reason "A Dark Seeret' Company,
which appears nt the National nevt
week always carries more than one lady
who does not object to a bath In public
now and then. There are three ot them
in this company. Mioses Belle Stoddard,
Edith Fasten ami Liltte Ayres, but the
entire trio were ill one night in Phila
delphia. None of them would risk the
.water, and It Iieoame neeetsnry to dirhp
a man into the tank. So one wn
dressed up and with n wig the very
color of Miss Stoddard's hair. When
he was thrown into the water the des
ceptlon was perfect, when lo! the
drowning "girl's" wig came oft" ami a
glossy bald spot, looking like a Illy,'
floated on the water with a false-lnee
for a ionndntlon. The audietMft caught
on and the yelling was deafening.
The l)ryinn)ier" To-N'Ifclit,
This cvenlof! there will be a. change
of programme- nt Albaugh's, In which
Miss Jane Coombs will enact tho leading
rolt In the comedy of the "Dressmaker."
This will be played but twice, to-night
and tomorrow, and on Saturday mati
nee "Carmllle" will bo given, ami the
.opulardramltlatatlon of Bleak House"
on Saturday night.
Chnnce or Hill nt KermiH'i".
To-night, at Kernan's, there will be
a change of bill. Among the new fea
tures which the Creole Company Kill
Introduce may be mentioned the sensa
tional ".Moonlight Minuet." This
historic dance, never lwfore executed
In the United States, deserves special
mention. It Is a dance of joy, and
marks the close of tho tropical wet
season. 1 1 is executed by typical
tropical belles, with the wildest enthu
siasm and Is hailed with great delight
by the rejoicing natives. As soon as
the moon has reached its eultti, the
tropical lienutles tile out with joyful
faces and begin their graceful "Moon
light Minuet." ereuiiiiit Luna with
tokens of devotion. The tropical Ite&u
ues viewtiu esc it otner in wearing tne
most costly and attractive fabrics
PpuUl scenic and oalclum effecU en
mre the succors nf the minuet
lOllMIri la Mio Air."
The famous PeWolt Hopper Opera
Bouffe Company, which played all
summer iu "Cuitles in the Air," at the
Broadway, New York, is booked for
an early engagement at the National.
The opera will lie given here just a it
was in New York, with the same oast,
the same scenery od costumes atHl the
seme large force of pretty chorus girls,
DaWolf Hopper ha always b(n a verv
funny comedian, bnt now that be is 'a
star hie opportunities for fun-making
are naturally much greater, and a gen
ulne humorous treat may he looked
foiward to by Washington theatre
goers. .The Sevtm Hwatilam."
The success of "The Seven Sweblan"
by the McCaull Company has been so
great that arrangements have been made
to bring It back to New York early in
Match for an extended run. The music
of the opera to said to be superior to any
yet heard In comic opera. Already
many of the melodies are being whis
tled into popularity in the streets of
ew York, which to a never-failing
lwlloatlon of sucoess. The topic!
song. "Walt a Little Bit," to a perfect
gem, and bids fair to become even more
popular than "Head the Answer in the
Stare" did In "The Black Huaair."
Ill Well Uum Uulil KtiUKIIvar.
from lit ftU't rtui UttaU.
There Is a wonderful well down near
Del Norte. It Is an artesUH well with
an abundant flew of pure water, suffi
cient to irrigate a considerable amount
of lead. That would be enough for
any one but a San Luto man Bat thto
is mineral water. 'It to eilervetcmt,
ery patoUble, ami axUeualy healthful.
Nor is thto all the force of the water
brings up from the deaths as acloaaj
lump of native silver or a gold nugget
The fiugal farmer has pUced a sack of
wire netting over the mouth of the well
to catch the metal and prevent it from
choking the cows. Vw:.U seieettots
claim that at a great depth, aad uader
enormous pressure, the water to waek
iag away a haLte of nock, whoae softer
rts go into solutioa ami give the water
mlaml equalities, but waoae goM
aad silver, sot beiag tliaacpved, are
brought to the surface in a maialtk
How Mb) UfBd Ikelf With MHMy.
h L Ouuftu, ia tk Stmfr JTvrnm.
Ever) attack oa the tariff to ia a car
UUa seas an attack on property, ia th
ees of it ophws. ami there to nothiae;
ia whk-h men are so unscrupulous ix Vh
choice; of means as ia repelling attacks
oa their property. Hew to the potot at
which the tariff teaches the stiff ragf
Moiwy always, if necessary, defesasaH
self with mosey. Nobody who thi&ks
hto business is likely to be ruined if a
ceetaia patty gets into power will re
frain frrisn saritMC Uauelf with asyr
weap within bis reath. This maajM
that wkeaaeec prciectioo k measced It
to sure to buy as many votes as it Ihiahi
aeceasary fat" security probably the
most important political truth of our
" ui ' ii I
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asgijgegeapsp1 asvpvFPWsaiPsmm Bgfvasiiiiajsja
Jas sow the aMdimi uri4 u llfsi
m aasy oeyae h eMtaM
MM- Hu Ui.euAwof lite
a BiUtl, UitLXeat
MsUm It uti la.
eUl-Hticii fji.t Lia
Bill Ut IU4UV LtC LllL.U mi ti
tislny BOiiuf tor a tut uumiau at
tapfff saU Ufpttneut Knattva
the rnfliisafaie "" tho diictAiL
WF p-p"p"aaasp'vsr wsr sassr asjpa
Aem t4 Mm t (,.
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ffen Beyrou ejid Ihuauwt, hf baa
UmbA a aostt aad aiivvr Ualatead. tat-
STpmv mr (jayiav w v vsnsmPSBnsaj PPt"
teaah wuiuui iti- nut ttucsUmsl aa
Kfmmfp nw5-BWiwe''r r -pnw mppvrasanpsp sw
fitumtfty of "Eiu. - '4 wf
Iwl." Eleanor ' duu iu that
m.UUy with her tiaabjJ tlwrd I
fcin. y.ubiLijr buiKil I, tl-.ls.ai jj tt
..,1.'. d J.u.. . . i-k.u.ad-
FOR A GOOD SHOE
For an Easy Shoe
WILSON & CARR'S.
We earry tne Best hmaet 1MM
Leather MroM tot tsMVM S4 Ben
Wilson & Carr's
rn!itnnntito .Stioe ?lc.
o. twe r KTnnirr n. w.t
i nmi fltvnsT itAiriutiiti: STitnifr.
W'MDWARD LOTH HOP,
tforter 11th and Ft. n, w.
TUWtDAV.lmTBMnMR , m
Open Each Evening Until 6 .U'Cloclt.
OUB IJliST SHOSVIHO OP FALL STVLBi
l.'t PLAID I)ItB8 UOOUS.
These goods are of the
very latest designs and just
the exact weight for wFalI
wear. We pick from the
regular stock the following;
Scott Ii Tartan Plablt, M Inches wide, only
SCe per yartl.
All-wool Canel's Hair I'lakls. M Inches
wMe, ealy lOe per yard.
l'lM gtaw,W Ibekes wtla,only iSoir
Kioteb nW, lacks wMe.ealr sea i-er
risld CbevhHs, 3 Inebes wMe, f 1.S6, St STJ
Waterproof Plaid and Cheek, SI Inches
wide, f I, fl.Sfiaad 1MK psr yard.
First flfHW. aaaez.
JtBWB TO MKX.
In etder te etM wit the bahrne ut oar
tok ot Nui'i 8nwor.wUht (Mhh HMhi
, wl(b U)B ives " bftTe,rlwl the yke
trow ase 10 sue paw, tut w to w.
lien's Department, IMS 7 t.
We are rcahlair offsrlees of Nettlaehaa)
Laee Curtains ot Amerleaa taake aad oil
ibeie to he teperler (er the several prices te
any Inrofeen Curtains we have jet offered
5e, TSe, I.S6, i JO and ft per pair.
We are prepared to farahh free estimates
on all kinds of Drapery aiul Shade Work aad
will give poil attention to appueatloas by
mall or store.
We have piaeed on tale one pleee eaeh of
ww ealerlPes 1 Meared CWnaHlllcnt the
ridleuloes low prtee ef see per yard. These
are the aeaal of any ate Stlsu to he (send aad
eaaaet he iwiiMeated,
I00DWABD & LOTHROP,
Cornei' lltb au d F Sts.N. W.
Dkeclii) of Lawyers and Law Flfins,
MS S street atuthwest,
WasWmttea, D. a
Wssetsr Law Baimms-.
Hestaeee. net Q iSreet aefthwtet.
i ip iaj il u,i ui, i n n,p
m na am ii Hupmf BtiSktbuL near
FUUX1FS, ZAjUSBT X MeJCBMKSY.
Attwraets at Law,
Sua HeJUm, F St.
Hqrsfar4's Agid Phoephate.
Jk smttaws mrjlaMil WsVd smMitMC aJOsftlfi mMm
mnfiejmmmemt It BeaamgimJaM mtui. jmUlsmaBmaammt mmml
ripmpfw mmirmvm m aiB)BBB)maaje sasam
ttrnmrni asm Am lemmtS emVattsmel atttamWmmt AmmMmW
kt AmU lamOXmml emf ammmamt VemmVam maTattaHmmt
w saaaaBi nnvmiamB mm sainmj, mmmjsany WSBJr BJR iipjB
&-ui Ma4sfajjju haftjyiuM
M9jsmt AaW6 l1Mml9 1 dsMsf iMlimM
WmWtktilm nfftlMPAlu- Wilpaflt
gMBna Qt j&jtftejimtim eUsmt tossbAiimSnMi
pAiffmtaa ii rtfifj tha Kufd "afliriflMalM
It Bptslilli W- tikm) Ulill- Wi QtaM(JliW stHh
amVmUU IsmmfiW smd. smt enmnmk.
V V- YfYtf' AAJWh HOT
HSRROK 4 RAMIY,
N'J :v, b at'&BsTf Iff ,
son & Can's
Jul. U. - -.feW& t C
Net ml Wtr ttil twNr wsaBWmcea.
Rejtniar ptim lli prtvail, ami yon
will mM htt tN opforttiiiity te seewfe
lUTTOAllfS XOVt OPfKlIRt).
Ilafo ata a few of thtms
18 pairs Pawey Stipl Cmtaias, r
dnctd from .8 to 90c.
f! rir Mmlrae Cttttaia, mlttowl
fmrn fft.S0 to f4 per. pair.
5 rmln Mmtrits "Csttaliw, rnlueed
from to to fS.W per rmlr.
10 alrs StadrM Ourtaias, reduced
from Sto f9.W per pair.
12 pairs Nottingham Curtains, cut
from f 1.25 to 37jc per pair.
17 pairs Nottingham Curtains, cut
from $1.80 io ft per pair.
10 mirs Nottlnghnm Curtains, cut
from $8 to $1 85 per pair.
SO pairs French Chamber Curtains,
cut from $ to $3.00 per pair.
11 pairs French Chamber Curtains,
cut from $150 to $3.20 per pair,
4 rmlrs Single Door Portieres, cut
from $7 to f4.60 per pair,
iO pairs Turkish Striped Forlleres,
cut from ?3 to ?4,30,
0 pairs' Itorr&n 8ttlrl Vlonna Che
nille Portieres, cut from $13 to $3 per
"Wo hnvo a few of Haywood Bros.'
llaby Carriages loft, which will be
closed out at
Handsome Wicker llodies, ulognnlly
upholstered In Silk Plush, Tapestry,
ic; steel springs and steel wire wheals.
Note the prices:
1 at $2G reduced to $15
1 at $U.60 reduced to $10
1 at $80 reduced to $30.30
1 at 2.B0 reduced to $15
1 nt $Sfi reduced to $10
lat$U6 reduced to $11.50
1 at $90 reducod to $90.50
1 at $87.50 reduced to $10
lat $811.60 reduced to $21
llilrlct'iilli nmi 1' Hired.
French Furniture Polish will make
old furniture look new. Beet in the
market, Price, 80e pr bottle,
Yr BATW INSTITUTE.
The RV. MONTOO.MHHY H. HOOrEIi, M.
A., Head Master. Fear boys reeetved as
oenbers of the bead matter's family. At
present there are two vaseeeies. Mr. Hooper
has sent boys to Harvard, Yale, rrlaeetoe,
Columbia. Lehbw, Amaerst, Trialty, Watt
feint, Anaapetls, ie., aad has not bad a eaa
date feradmhwien rejected.
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY,
ABHiBMagmsoUj tor the. Nest Asadesde
AKB NOW BEADY,
Aad WW be Seat as AppHeaHea.
ii. yyi iiilii i.nu i,.i,4 i.wpwwwp
Oae at the haW-doiiw bt aeaJamts asd
elastlaal taheest te yw Bmrtaad, Tbepiy
mwttefSSt la advaeee wH saver atdhLuy
tultkw, with heard Jttr fall term, Iragtanbig
fimUail tar fmnffiTsTmsTl IsQ
w W mmw
1BV a. H, SrTBBLE, frtawiwl.
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A j IA BY1JU.S TOL0JAL SCHOOL,
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Cgotgii8Wiiffhefjlij".fll ef Law
V RICHARDS, 9. J.,
reoi i ne university
of tho Furnlt.
no. WILLIA A HrcnARTWOW. LL. D ,
(Chief ,nst!r V. S Cnnrt ot ClatBM)
Leetnter oa statutory and Adfttofstratfr
liettirer on Contrtationai awt fntertta
thmal Law, AdtntraHyjsd C6fnparatfre
BOW. WIBAf "lOSf, LL O.,
Lcrtnrer on the LswofBeat Etnte and the
(.Tnstlte Seprsme fonrt, MHrtrt of Colnm-
Ma ), I eeratw on rommon i jw. Plead
tn and Knatty Jnrlprndcnc.
JOSEPH J 1ARLIS(1T0.', LL. D..
Ltnrer on the Law of rervinel Prorwrty,
Letstwrer m the Law of rartnerhlp, Oorpwa
thwe, naeuce and Testan entary Law.
lecturer cm crtmtml IwVTi"'itlo Beta
ttnns and Torts
Ctrentt Cwrrt- rrof Oeoree it tlanltton
Ceart of Appeals- rrofs. Martin r. MotfH,
Andrew C. Bradley and R. Ross Perry.
IntjmdfitArr tMttnt-A ami smmrnamniMnta
iwim owmrt imm hi iiw
.Y : .:. ;r- - ; i - -- --r3.------..
cemvrisiBc the BnclMiand teaillne Anwriann
teparts and the latest text book npon most
lefai sbjeet, Is lopnted In the LawHolld
lag, with enraBKnltmi nmiltng rooms at
taehed , and will bo open from 8 a m. to 10 p.
ra. daily. Sunday excepted, to students and
alamtrl rtf tlic seboot.
The secretary can be een nt the Iaw
Bnildlngon Ttiosdftys,ThHrtlays and Satur
days, frhm T-SO to 8-SO p, m , for Information,
enrollment, ete. Circulars Riving course of
Mndy, terras, ete., can le obtained at book
stores of W. II, Morrison last F st.n.w.,
ami Lcwderinllk Co, lrsl F St. n. w , nmi
at W, S. Thompson's dro More, TOT lStlist.
. w. or on application, personally or by let
ter, to tlie undersigned
S. St. YKATMAN.
Secretary and Treasurer.
"VTATIONAL MEtHCAL COLLBOB-'MBDI.
Hi cut nftd Dent ui Detmitments of the
Ublmnbtan Unlvewtty. The sixty-ninth an
nual ooilrse ot mMlcnl lectures and fourth
dental course will begin on Wednesday,
(Mtober 1st, at 8 p. m In the College Ilnlld
Inc !( tt st n w. Introductory medical lec
ture by Frofcsiior William Iw, M. I). Dental
Intnxlnctory by Profei-eor Mark M. Flnley,
1). Ii. s. Tho autumn emmlnalloin will bo
hoW on Tliursday, October W, at 7S80 p. m.
For olroiilnrs of both departmentn apply to
Kr.A. F. A. Klng.Desn, TS8 Thirteenth stn
w. Office hours OtolO a, m. and 4 toSp. m.
Telephone 8SB. sop,8-lca.
THE BERLITZSCHOOLof LANGUAGES
Wl llth Street Northwest.
Tranches In Now York, Iliwtrai, Pullndel
pbln, Chleagn. Ixinlvllie, Paris, Franco; Ber
lin and Dresden, Germany; Moscow, ItMMla;
Ixindun, ftng. " sr.im
SrSNCEHIAN IIU8INKSH COLLBOB
Cor. Ttb ami I) sts. n. w .
Rmbraces Six ScliooU, vlr:
Feliool of I'raotleal nunlneni and Aoeounts. -school
of Prernratory Frnntleal Kngllsh.
School of Shorthand and Typewriting,
bebool of Spencerlnn l'ractlenl Penm&nthtp.
School ot Moalmnloal and Architectural
Sehool of ( Ivll Service Training.
, Day and Night Sotslont, Illiutrated Cata
II C. Sl'KNCKIL LL.1I.. MaHpal.
MPS. SAltA A. SI'BNCKIt, Ylee-I'rtiolpal.
1IIB COLUMBIAN UNIVBHSITY.
The 1'reparatot j- School opeat Sept. W.
i tw loiumuMB uoiieee opem sept. w.
'i he Curowan slentlfle Sohool ooeas Oet. t
The Law SoLoo! ot the University opens
The Meillcal School of Uie Unlverl.y opens
The Dental School ot Urn University opeat
. For catalogues or other Information ad
dress JAMBS C. WBLUNO. LL.D.,
T, CBCBLIA'S ACADBMY KOIt YOUNO
ijvuieb ahu iiui,jmc.-
Kcopens MONDAY, SEPT. g.
Music and Painting Beeelve SpeoJal
XU 914 llth st., bet. land Ksts.
feeleot classical and matlMmatlcul Mhool for
youogmen and bo; s. lleela Its thirty math
year MONDAY, SEITBMIIBK St. Prepares
lor Harvard, Yale, l'rlneeton. Jobs Hoekla.
Lehigh, aad other collegiM aad Hnlrrltles
for tho selentino school, United States Mili
tary and Naval aeademles, and for bisslnew.
Special departaect for boys hetweaa a and
It years of age. A full course la modern las
CIIAS. V. YOUNfl,
augSO lm PrlMtpal.
VT ORWOOD INSTITUTB
Reopens SEPTEMBER 39, with Increased
faeulty awl many Improvements.
MB. asd MHS, WM. D. CABELL.
Washington, D. O.
fiOHOOLOFARTS AND SCIENCBS (George
town College). New term be Ins Septeca
br 11, Ireparatory Departmeot for
Boarders. Colhwtate Depattmeet far
Boarder and Day Scholars. J, IliVBSi
IliCHiBW, S. J., Prastdeat.
SCHOOL OF MBDICINK. Term eea OetOr
hrt. O. L. MissuiB. M.D..DeaB,8t
Vermont av-, n, w.
bCIIOOL OF LAW. Term epeaa Oowher 1,
B. H. Yhtiun, f eeretary, Georgesowa
Law Imttdmg, ur. F and atb st. a. w.
J. HAVENS RICHARDS, S. J Reeter.
tHARLOTOB HALL SCHOOL.
ilstaatma ueaaffAsand foe hyilthj Baettsa.
CJmsealL Stasammttseal. QaseaMseiat ad
Ssaistary OeMsas. Beant and tntstea. aess iar
tan wanhs. Bar satttenhun mUfim
m. MjyyN ftmmy, Md.
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GE8AGE THATCHER'S MMl
SPF 1 v I
Btpotmwitreoit t i,v
wswrerea niemiyiable by a n i
awsatssafas snasja, tii'-i - wi a &
senfee Bpsstfatlea of th r, r-
stwHi rraas tw Mrth to ttip pr s j
Sestt Wet-The Aqnati )
A DARK SKUnsi,
With Its River of Real w
Seats now. on sale
LBAUBnS ORAM) Of EI v. L i
fUgttteat of the Brll iat A.
And Ber Ixcclltnt I m.y
Thursday andrrldny M ts, t..o D r
Next week-Klralfy Bros.1 Grand ProdnUI I
AROUND THE WORLD IN BIUhTY DAI
Feats now on sale.
TTAnrUS BMOU TTiEATRR -fW Wei
.1 1. uommeneiug .muhuay, beit 8,
Tho Great Artist
In Iter Latest Succci,
Supportetlby Mr.W AtWHITECAn.
AeitweeR n.s. wood. scli
THEATRE, lini ST.
THIS WEEK-Ladles' Matlnco Saturday!
TUB SENSA'-ION OF THE AOEI
SSSS CREOLE DlRcoE.S(1
ThoOraceof theTrorlcsand tho Scant
of the Orlrtit,
DAkllCIAM FOLLY AND
O LOBB Til KATlt r,
V suutii'A nr.rti n
I'OSTELL EMMKTT'd MATOnONl
IIBVV Uf HlVKl.'IAUTY I'H(K'YO3. I
Matinees Monday, Wednesday, Thar Jayal
Admission, 10, SO, and Mc sc
Is the 0rat of All Musical Instrnmotl
Beeauto It performs any moslo
rem a waltz or a La'laJ to an
overture or a syrai bony mnro
heeRttraJly ard n:o noi ly
perfeot than auy other slt-gln
The Aeortan Is not mcfatilral, bst tl
mawpultttk n of It Is o sln.'othata pors-
oanlesrn to play tm'th fr n cao tothrl
weeks' practice. Tour vhlt to sco this!
strument will be esteemed a favor at
E. F. DROOP'S,
Mb FA. AVE.,
Fote Acpt for Stetnway an 1 Other Flrst-I
.iast rianos ana urgans.
COLONIAL iiBAcn. va noon no vts
j and room, per week, bathtiig free A
ui w uftu. &, rfuuneu.l, ,
LADlBtV ILLUCTItATED MAQAaNE,
CanUlM the newest Paris fashlrns a- 1 tH
most eteraat design io. Fa. y Work; a HI
view of Noveltisw: S tol.irtd l'Inirv: 1 til
Iapr Patterns and a large number of l..n
ahw eoetalas aa extra fourpago laskl
ALL DBALBRg. JO ( ENT3 PER COPli
THE INTERNATIONAL NjJWS COMPAN1
H and rfi Huane Street, New York,
One Door Bast of Broadway.
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