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TnE DAILY CRITIC1, TUESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 10,1890.
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Fame i"jMjpfMi ago a mottoo
):-i)el; a irnoefatlc CangfteMmM to
1 kc i' o Outy oft quinine and put that
t ng n tire fret) Rtt. The RefatbH-
ant la Cc ogress rose op IB arms stalest
the pfcptsfttoii. Tier declared thai
'n adot It wes to rain the qtilntm
i anttfsim of the country we be
ere there wm two Ami. In the United
flats nnnd in the nntttrem A
rnwertwl lobby, working In the interest
f the qBttilne monopolists, besieged
th" itoon of Congress, and for a tine It
mmctl to be an even question whether
fried ami Mtflahneae bached by money,
' t lie Interests of the whole people
The Itepnbrtcaei argued that to pro
tect the quinine makers was to protect
the qnlelae takers, awl that If the dnty
were taken off, the price, no longer at
the control of the home manufacture,
conld be raJeeri at the pleasure of the
foreign dealers so high that our poor
worthl not be able to buy It Hut pes
tllcuce had been abroad In many South
ern c 11 ies and Its dreaded reappearance
w s feared everywhere. Quinine
within the means of the people wm a
necessity, and finally against a Kepubli
can protest that predicted dire cease
'iiicnees, common sense ami humanity
prevailed and quinine was made free.
Thereupon, to punish the public ami to
prove that protection did protect, a
(lUinlne ring was formed, and prices
wtre forced up until It sold for about
f 1 as ounce. Then the trust went to
pieces and for tome years the ruling
price for quinine in the retail drug stores
has been in the neighborhood of
' ' i f nts an ounce.
lint the quinine manufacturers have
r.wr reend to hope that the drug
r cM again be protected, ami last week
. i Quay Inttodueed a resolution in
H Senate proposing a moderate
(i ' IT. ltut that body refused to eu
tir'ilntke pioposithin, and it was de
ft ud by a decided rote, lty tbU ac
t!i-u the Hspoblloan Senate now takes
I il i ton directly contrary to that held
I y the Senators f that party when they
voted against frte quinine, ami shows
wlih what a bold front these representa
tive Itepublteaus can abandon a point
when they are afraid to maintain it.
Their vote of last week is proof of how
criminally they tried to deceive ami
wrong the people eight years ago. To
j reserve eoasislsncy they should have
voted to restore the duty oh quinine.
TIIJS ItAUM INVESTIGATION.
The ease with which resolutions my
le psaeed through Congress, author!
Ing an inquiry Into allegations, whether
tuUtaaUal or not, made against public
c ifictatt, was strikingly Illustrated in the
resolution introduced into the House by
Jlr Cooper of Indiana, calling for the
Investigation of General Kaum. The
resolution was easily pasod, because
lo opfMtfitioa appeared, and General
Ha ix kiaaseif promptly signified hia
desire that the iaveatigatioB should pro
cm). It was dimeult. however, to In
c'uee Metnbers of the House to accept
r! .ices on the eomtBtltee of inveatiga
tun, impressed, as they apparently
ne, with the eeavictloa that Mr.
Coonm'e reaotntioa wsm based upon
IrreetiesMlUe sesueea of Infurtttelioe,
of whisk the House should not take
The sltegatinns agate the Coeaeatt
- loner nitsiril to two points, vfi: First,
that, aa prettdeet of the "Univesaal Re
frigerator Cosapaay," Cosaaalssioaer
JUtM had directed, or pefieltted. or
ouetenaneusl the sale of stock in the
1 i teaa of IS tone to eierhs and ofll
" u that Bureau, sad last he had
I emoted desks and ofleers therein
c. sum of their being purchasers and
i idmof such stock, mid. tecood, that
( muttsioser Hai u had induced Cap-
ah (ixoaos Lntost to iaderw Us
r-otci la bask, ! conshtrraBoa of
i ich favor he (Aavm) had iaaued or-
. lb 1M and 131. requiring the Imase
diitu ttisuhieiattiiit) of elaiasi.Hial wont
1 .it in the list of "cootpieted ilea," it
i eiog aMesjad tbt the esacntiesi of satd
"idtrs maaetved the special Intesestof
Te eeassnettee. aa naalty e nastinsad.
invnd to prosecute Aemveetigv
Hon, wd, a4tbexptattoaof aUMitsU
wektk the rcesttto an pUiaiy vUrbta.
Notwithatanrilng the iaaUleoey mi per-
iiaesMf of m. UKH?lt, WSM
tb raU of naraaMiuirr. plying
-utth ail aatts of hnefevajst qusisMnnn
ad pasthia hk hsqatrtes in a tftsit of
hi rsiwed aggiwstion. tkere kaw't bee
ilsssiofsai igW fact ut a cssaahaaji
ekinnlag, nor a stagie oJScasi act ksatt
cattaf, em the ctaet of the CommlmiMm.
the least desesktioa) of daty. Oa the
costrarj, it has been deasnael rated,
Uyoaji juearlo, that tkM has been
iu sak '' frirUif stock, with
C'oeaeaigsocr B41 a uMusWaace. nor
oehuwlej. aaarsag the etBfduyes) of tke
eearitwel4aoa"Msjso atteaaait to saaiMi ssidt
auk mi 90 naoeaottVina acoxiat of
vJtker tc Burefcastsjg o hohMng of tbe
tiix k . It eptieax. aJao, that oedets 153
acd ;, esttMiaMtMt the Hat of "co
phaud ts" It tk VesMtos Onace, en
ihs iciMta taj caaajsM ad ana disMhers,
ik utdsMsw saiotaheJ wis the advkw
oi tic mmtrnt (mm. aa a judaeaooa
lueii. i i r fsjrtltWtof Um sdjudicettoai
icat Of llnJ.UUUlS WJ0
-.,. u be beaad, but with
my d .utae wkiuh
.i.: LUt.by db. The
ud une wtiiitisisii la bcucBWd by tkom
Sfrrsrs. sl'o, that the Indorsement by
Lrwos of Rum's notes occurred in
fnrtraancc of an aawenHJM aaode months
anterior to the appointment of Raih aa
f ottimlMlontr. and therefor wlttwmt
the rwst referenrfi ro any orHclai favw
whit-h could bertjnferred; but Lrox
could not be favored, nor h& he 'ira,
hy the otdr In question.
Tht, ft f obvroiN that th pnrnoae
of the Investigation tta been defeated.
H fcaa panireit ont alsolutely nothing
that deaetvts a moment cottahletattott,
snd has si in ply consumed valuable
thm nftd Isrvokerl chtMfh exhtblltrmi
of nollcf on the part of Ilrt ac
rtweta. Justice tequlfps thi erpres1on of
otdtfo. The Only good the Investiga
tion Has served h that It hs dem n
strated tlVe ffnmr1ksne of certain
maltctnns charges against fleneral
Hmx and drawn the attention of fair
minded men to the fact thai the Cm
ml'slonrr It the same honeat and stain
le gentleman in omVlal life that he has
been ever held tn be as a private ctti
nm. General Hue. dWn'l wnsrt the
Commisslonershlp of lventlou. He
reade a serious sacriftre In taking the
place, and, Inasmuch as the country
was sincerely congratulated when he
seceded to the wishes of the President,
Titx GntTir is nnwllllng that he shall
be recklessly persecuted while re
luctantly holding an unpleasant posi
tion. The investigation is a failure.
Is this crrr the other day a corre
spondent of the New York n inter
viewed the Iknr. llowAMt MacQukahv,
author of "The Evolution of Man ami
Christianity." The theological views
elaborated In the book are at variance
with those held by orthodox Kplsoopa
Hans, and on account of them the Iltsliop
of Ohio has requested Mr. MArfJunARV
to retire from the Krdscopal pulpit. Mr.
MaiQi BAKr hold that he has not
violated the principles of his church,
ami that as he has not been tried by
nay authority of the church he
will continue to conduct his serv
ices as rector In Canton, Ohio.
Mr. MArQrKAUY was born In Vir
ginia, educated in a Virginia colloee
ami at the Kscopal Theological Sem
inary near Alexandria. He was first a
planter In Virginia, then engaged In
commercial business for some joirs In
this city, In which he remained until he
began to study for the ministry about
ten years ago.
TmaskSuvvix of Australia and .log
McAcMrot of California are In train
ing ror an international prlre ftght, to
take place in the rooms of the
Ormamle Clubtn London. MrAui.trrg,
who some weeks ago weighed two hun
dred and fifty pounds, reduced his
Heth In four weeks to two hundred and
twenty-two. Si.avis, who Is inclined
to hanneas rather than corpulency,
spends Ma time in hardening his
musflee, and expects to weigh more
when lie Aghts than he tild at the be
ginning of his training.
A IIkv. Mr. Hydk, a Congregation
allat minister, has published a pam
phlet, the purpose of wklch Is to prove
that Father Pamixx, who went to a
martyr's death la the service of the
Hawaiian lepers, was a man of bad
character. As rorapared to this Mr.
II vim, ltoMKttT Louia Stmvknmok's
Hydk Is a character to be admired. It
It Impossible to imagine a Jkkyll title
to the Uoaton Ihim's nature.
Tbk Committkk ok Appropriations
took final action yesterday on the Gen
eral Deficiency bill aa amended by the
Senate ami decided to recommend noa
concurrence in all the amendments of
the Senate ami ask for a conference.
This Included the French spoliation,
ameadmeat. which. It is understood,
has a considerable majority of friends
oa the floor of the House.
Mrs. Wiu.m H. Kiskkuuth la the
Desttocratlc candidate for Superintend
est of Public Instruction in North I)
kola. Women in different parts of the
country have held the position of
County Superintendent of Sehoois, but
this appears to be the first Instance of a
woasaa being the choice ae the candi
date for the State Superintendence.
Psxsiout Harruoik's Consul Gen
eral in London, Mr. John C. Kbw, is
on his way to the United States, and it
U likely that he will, est his arrival,
proceed directly to Indiana. Mr. Naw
is an old eampelg nr, and his services
are too valuable to be tfisDMnail with la
tk Hepubltean campaign in the Pieei
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"A HHk Seeret" at rtie itatfnwM,
detote 7 o'clock last night a ihre
font sleep extended from the doors of
the Satiotral theatre nearly to Thir
teenth street. At Albanahs, despite
the counter attraction of a strevt paraite
I honot of the CreertmooT victors, wlih
brass bands, fire works and sli that the
tetm Implies, the popular turnout was
about as larce. At both honsMtbe
tectacnlar and sensatfooal mjhl the
boards, and the ictatle yell ot catcall
of fh gallery end In wild outbursts of
delight ot derisfe n wss bverd above the
eratk of stage rifles and revolter and
tin splash and swish of the tank
of "real" wafer The "Hark !e
rrft" hen been Seen here be
fore, but that the ropular in
termt In Its scentc evolution ! in no
sense srnMvd, was fully dt-moTtral
by the large awl rnthuslastlr audrance
of last ntiht. In fact, there is verv
muiJt In the production to warrant its
survival for a period somewhat longer
than the life time of the average gory
rnlodrames. The climax of Idealistic
Illusion of course is reached wtth the
sone of the Henley Itegatta at the en 1
of art III A lake of water, deep
enough to float a steam launch, racing
shells and various pleasure craft, and
afford opportunity for several very
lively ' headers" by the drnmnti per
as, covers the entire rear of the
stage. The back around ami middle
distance give the effect of thousands of
eager ami excited spectators, and with
the assorted side shows near the
foot lights, the yells of the su
pernumeraries and the gallery the
.ene at the finish of the boat race,
wltb Oarsman Uvorge Hottner to the
fore, fairly lweieats description. The
mechanical effects and scenic surprises
throughout are the beat of their kind.
The cast la fully competent to the work
exacted of It The Introduced special
ties of the Herliert Ilrothers, Miss Til
ton ami the Daisy Quartette nre ex
cellent, and the "Dark Secret" of the
play's success will no longer remain
snob to any one who sensibly devolea
an evening to its solution ami enjoy
ment. Till? Klrnir.va nt .Wbnuclt'x.
The theatrical sensation of Philadel
phia during the Centennial summer
was the Klralfy Brothers' mngntflcent
spectacular production founded on
Jules Verne's "Around the World In
Eighty Pays." The globe trotting
record of Mr. Phlneus Fogg has been
considerably damaged since then by
NIss Nellie Wye, Citiren George
Francis Train tt tl but tho Interest In
the great spectacle aa presented by the
KIralfjs suffers no shadow or change
with the lapse of time. A succession
ofstnge pictures of surpassing beauty
or bewildering ingenuity keeps the
spectator on the nlett from curtain to
curtain, while the story of the girdling
of the planet In tho face of Incredible
obstsclts snd hardships roiwcs the re
sponsive heart of the small boy
aloft to unspeakable thrills of sym
pathetic enthusiasm. The adventures
of the hero and his fellow voyagers are
well portteytd by Mer. Slaytor. Gil
pin, Mills and Frankel, anil Misses
Tracy. Watson and Fox. The mist
gorge oue of all the glittering proces
slonal scenes is perliaiw the Iloyal
Necropolis with Its magnificent funeral
paeeant. which must tie seen to be np
pteclated. The Mikado ballet is an en
tire new departure (no Immodest pun
Intended) from all the thread-bare tra
ditions of ballet dancing, and full of
graceful and delicious terpalcborean
surprises. It Is at sprightly and Inspir
ing at the music which accompanies it,
and as brilliant a the scene which
forms Its appropriate setting. The
spectacle, In a word, is well worthyof
the larae bouses ami fluttering npplauie
which will, no doubt, continue to greet
it throughout the week.
Harris llijou Theatre,
One of the largest audiences of the
season attended Harris' IMJou Theatre
last night and witnessed the production
of Gaylord's dramatization of "Out la
the Streets," a melodrama of mote than
ordinarily striking features. Thepopu
lar young actor, N. S. Wood, assumed
in a very creditable way the character
of Tarry FitrUy, He. In a gallant man
ner, protects the interests of a child
whose father has deserted his family,
and also sees that the mother U not
molested by tbe villain who has left her
ami her child to suffer. The elty of
New York Is the scene of the plot, and
there are many vivid staee pictures and
pleasing dramatic effect. The part of
l)Hd PUitmu, represented by little
Llllie Kddinger, shows remarkably
clever work on the part of a child so
jouBg. Ida Lewis, Laura Lewis, I Iarry
Dalloa ami Charles F. Herbert, all tilled
their parts very acceptably, ami, aa a
whole, the company is well balanced.
The scenery and stage settings are exeel
lent, and "Out in the Streets" Is sure to
do a good week's business.
A spectacular seese of more dazzling
nature has seldom been see on the
Washington variety stage than that la
xhich the ParieiaM Folly ami Spectacu
lar Cecnpany introduced themselves to
the public at Keeaaa'g Theatre last
night. It represents a vision of Oriental
beauty In tbe interior of tho Pasha's
"Palace of Gold." In the midst of
sock stuHHuuiiogs a musical pro
freraitu of txeepUoaai merit is given.
:. W. WillUaas, the ventriloquist,
pkad the audieooe with kisorigias
act, and Use Psriaiaa dance, "La
Minuet," which followed, was well
executed. Ysm Quiaas. who are al
ways great favorites, made a hit In
their dog baby act, sad had to respond
to repeated recalls. The whole coo
clmssd with a sBectacular btwiesque
eatitUd "Bachelors' Isle," whick was
the faotisse of tbe prcgraiatMM, ami all
wke waited to see it were glad they did
so. In this part a very realistic balloon
asHMJitioa is introduced. The i"""wts
used by the company are very rick artd
in keepiag with the etaborato rsaaery
sad stage settings.
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Afeaas iU MmyHt Jwitnirti
Thus JiottBSa SBjOsresl by tho fact tlutt
tt.QM ase art) ajsjuMlly utpoJatl or
rfrwri or AssAflBSjP- rrtlojosMat It am
to pass s tew ofcrlgtoit nllsontjs to put
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As are Uw stury tukum.
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TRs asHtaryitic SMhsn.
A wetid of gouu iutriet ossresss,
Ami charms tse wBMeg, nWjj
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rrtit.ADittrrtt, Sept. ). n b
fote Miatt Templeton afid Mr. Rlwlh
Stevens began their srrptast tnsig,
"Tin Sftie Thing OvnAejRf,' hi tire
third art of "HendrlR lttirfiR, last
night at the Park Theatre, disagree
me tit that has been ripening for some
time between Fred G. Giles, agent,
and Charles TJnverntgt, the manager of
the ertrnpany, was culminating In the
business rlflee. Tbe disagreement was
over the non payment of Mr. Giles'
salary, and the culmination t"ok the
shape of nhat is known as a good
The "Heirdrik Hrrdson" company did
good btrslmsfs In New York ami lineton
before coming here. It did such ex
tremely good business in the former
city. In fact, that Uaretxagt, who never
was a theatrical manager before this
year, but an insurance man ami a most
successful one, thought that it would
be a good Idea to get rid of his partner,
William L. Lykens. formerly manager
for Magglo Mitchell, and reserve the
whole receipts for himself. The com
pany, however. Miss Templeton in
cl tided j stood firmly by Mr. Lykens,
and Lnvetrsgt, finding that he had to
choose lietween no I.) kens or no com
pany, elected to keen faith wtth his
partner. With .Mr. J.ykens went Mr.
I'XVRRZAOT'S LtTTXK WAYS.
ITnvcrragt, however, took it out on
the company by a series of petty annoy
ances. He docked salaries, shirked the
royalties, forgot to pay for portions of
costumes and discharged chorus girls
without warning. He particularly ob
jected (o the press Rgent, chiefly on ac
count of his friendship for the other
business manager, and ids opportunity,
if not his nmbltion, seemed to be to profit
by Mr. Giles' services without paying
Mr. Giles' services were too vnttmble
for Mr. Lykens to permit him to take
offense at Unveraagl's methods, how
ever, and he told him not to mind Uti
veizsgt. Mr. Giles didn't. The company
finished a most successful engagement In
Ilostnn and came to Philadelphia. A
crowded house awaited his company,
nrd Mr. Giles could point to the results
of a week's illlclent advance work.
He pointed to it and took the occasion
of finding TJnrerxagt In Mr. Fleish
man's office to do so.
A BRIBf COXVRRaATION.
Three weens salary were owing to
Mr. Giles. He asked Mr. Unverrngt to
pay them. "1 won't" said Mr. Unvar
xagt. "Then take that." said Mr.
Giles. Mr. Giles Is a man of detlmte
health and almost a feather weight.
He hit Uneixagtln the eye. In the
nose ami on both cheek bones. He hit
him in the ear. He knocked him all
around tbe oltlce. The noise brought
one or two lounsers In the corridor o
the door, but the orchestra drowned It
for the audience.
When bystanders Interfered Unver
zagt was In a bad way. Then Giles
rubbed his knuckles and went back and
told the company what he had done.
The ahorus girls and the actors In the
wings patted him on the back and
"Why didn't you knock his head
off ? " said a fierce little soprano of 18.
The T(mt$ says this Is the same Ua
verzagt who was the projector of the
fraudulent bond schemes exposed by
The report that Garibaldi's widow is
about to remarry is eoBartned. The
wedding day is not yet lixsd.
Jake Kllraln It going to star. His
play Is founded on an episode In Senator
ConkHng's Hie, where be was knocked
out by a professional sparrer disguised
for the occasion.
There is not tbe slightest foundation,
says 2tlmuad Yates, for the report that
the Emperor of Russia is going to visit
tbe Sultan of Turkey. The Sultan
will, no doubt, be delighted to bear
Mrs. Colt, widow of the inventor of
the revolver, hss several millions of
money snd lives la tbe haodsomest
residence In Hartford, Cobb. She has
out of her own resources erected a
handsome episcopal ehureh sear her
Lord Teanyeoa hss recited the
"Charge of the Light Brigade" into
a phoBograph, and this lastrumeet has
bees laid away In a plsee where It is to
to kept for 100 years. Thus tbe vibrant
melouy of his voice will be heard "in
summers that we shall not sec."
Will Miss est of Meadvill. IV.
adopt tbe stage as a profession 1 a
qutstioB bow agitating maay persosts.
Hsrvard offered a prise of the most
aynuueirlcally formed woman sad Miss
Best triumphed over 3,000 competitors.
There is a fortutw for her in the comic
opera imtiness with this as a starter.
Hamilton Aide, an Aaelo Greek
author and a kinstnsn of Mrs. Henry if.
BtsBky. will accompany the party or
its American lour, probably to act as
historiographer. A At cabugram says
that the eoterprtse Is recaroed with
unusual interest in England, not only
by the immediate friends, social, artistic,
setsBsisk sad political of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley, but also in circles that touch
upon the sacred precincts of the throats
B. L. FsrJeoB, the popular novelist.
wss once a newspaper rub ia Vow Zem
lsnd, where he was the proprietor of a
sanstll rtswepapf r A frisssdly letter
of Rovei writing. He Is married to a
daughter of Jos JeCesaoR. tJw actor,
ami one of his yesjtur hoys has nsMarti
the gait sjed rsMSMssntsRs of Ria rati
WisdUe from irsrlng sis j-nHfaitatr
ptay the eharsoter, ami is able to ms
SCBt a good Imrialaos of the origtmu.
Vw Yark' HiiiMirtentty.
rrm thi Alteaw Ai.
The opportunity of tkvs Dssmocracyof
Kev York State will be hare U So-
sfjR ti0 10414
to team mu
eVMiPi sQUsaM BtV Tt OI ft
UsbrrrrrW gMAHM SRRAeRBVasT iMsanVstV
'epespray BsBBjsrBBsr eBrsBsr'Ssp eBSswlsJ
CMMC ' TBe'ritfismnn astd at meat
asjty-Rve tsssaucratu. AsaesaUyi
ft ess Uw Warw.
h wss a CBtaitsi of foiruatlOB, ksjt,
OBfeosd 04sr hi deB from Mr. Btsaf
jswviotw wngilgiu t this aotoriously
cossuft dSsBo loss the six Ko-
jRwKrseeRisrB sBpJplpflpesRp, vs smsjisjpsrBgSji. .IisbsW
to4t autce soBt to tsVi sWae stuatp tog
t'ejuMactc tMe44 to W' ....
MV t all tlit altcitUuii A . U)
. , i u i: , ... .
Hsr.i Times fer reanvt Waters.
nm iht Alrv Tort TSssw.
Hard days are coming fot those tv
love to crack and munch Inesatrsry
peanut, snd the small boy esrsjc.lafly
ran repa for misery, for the pHee of
the ptnnut is moving skytrsm. Ttre
high price Is due, it is saM. to the short
crops of lust year and the year before
The best prsd'e of Virgin!, hsnd picked
peanuts is now seHrni at flt cents n
pound, and It Is stated by dealers that
soon the price will be 10 cents a pound
The peanuts coming to this market are
amailv from Virginia. The Virginia
nut is medium sired, with a well denned
Strd pleasant flavor. The Worth CM
1M nuts are smaller than the VlrgtnH,
tmfpave sbrmt the same kind of metrre
tlnetnwYSitrns tresprse lnvTisowenl
Fwm nt Athitny t'nkm.
Speaker Reed will now reMtiw his
duties with the proud satisfaction that
he Is Indorsed by his constituents, Itttt
there is no single constituency In Maine
or anywhere else that has the right to
dn the Indorsing for a Speaker Of the
House, though It may Indorse its own
Representative. Sneaker fleet! remains
as objectionable as ever, though Rep
resentative Heed of the First Maine
may be Indorsed by his home vote up to
All Run Down
From the weskenlng effects of the mm
weather, by bartl work or from a hms; Ill
ness, yem need a good tonte sml bloott rrt
Iter. Mood's rapar1lla elves a eowt appe
tite, strenathens the whole system, perries
the Stoeil, regntates the dlresthai,
"I hare hml Jaandtee tor three years awl
ts bottles of Hned's swrssmtrllla have (tone
me more good than aeytMng I have tried. I
latend to eoatlnne taklne tbls aedtetae ttatll
I am en red." M. 1). Tusstali, tvr Mttnee
st., treehtmrg, Va.
.Sells flio llest
"Ifoed's swrsaparllla hi the best svtthx
bhwd parlder I here ever soht. t knew of
several persons who hare Keen benented hv
Its use ahd bare recommended It to other j. I
always reeommend It because I belters there
Is merit In tt." O. K. Smith, Laurel, Del.
Mr. Jsraei pRtilkner. Milne, Vn., testifies
that both himself nnd wife bare ned llocfs
Earsdparitla with best resnlts.
Sold by all drnsalsU. (I; sis for St. Pre
pared only by C. I. HOODACOtowell,MaM.
100 Dose Olio Hollar
Cerser Jlth sd Fsts.c.w.
A UJreE AXftTRXT Jt'iTHHCElVRI).
Btosk .'Ilk OaUeea with Clwk. I teH
iMkwwWe. l, K. U, SS, ,, W,7Seaad
SS.se pr yard.
Rlsek Wlk OhMfihi leaf ilsstssM.tte bMtm
flMr, 1, 81.lt, M St. Sfje, 31 Jr ami .M hm
ysrd. Blask Silk Vaadyke la hmf MgfM, U to M
uwhes deep, $1, SlAa.lt JO, ft.TS ft.tS.Hamt
Sl.Tt per yard,
Waok iMIk Otp,l sod Si htebeswMe,
$. ami tt par yard.
Blaek Silk Creehet Triammsg, I to H laehes
wMe, S!4B ami St per ysrd.
Rtaek fattk Croahet Trlamhms W Vaadyie
Petati, J. S ami W laeosa dp, IMS, tt aad
St par yard.
Rlsek Silk Qlwn, 1 laches whtt.EtTt per
Xarrew Jt Mm, i Iceh wtse, M, W, W, TSe
aad SIA0 per yard.
Jet fwwtslwh ta Vaadyke aad ImH
ia, 1 to 1 metes wMa, t, J1.U, 51 At. St JO,
ft, H. it aad H per yard.
Blank RUk PmisniBatsrts Sltsvss. Si M aad
4 yt uair.
Jet aad eist aad Server Mt Pnnismantsrls.
I sad U tasaas wtse, tl .W sad 8S.IS par yard.
Cat Stai PsMsaisalsrle. i to Si
wide, Ta. Sta, J!. aad il.tO par yard.
White Silk sad Vtdvt ApUqu. with stttia
taatdaa'sas.thmhas wide, SS par yard.
Silk ApUqas is toown aad sit, nhtm aad
sflk. Unit aad sttver aad eld was aad gttt, 3
bwhes . $i as per yard.
ftrtaasreat Jewel ysimnaatsiis. S hsehag
, St per yard.
Perntaa Apitaae ta sjseea ami waits, M
iasssM wtaa, tt per yard.
mHPJsa WsVsHM ApRBptRsj. wflrjps Ms ahijIsPs?-
ssmst,HaadSRiiiiiii wean. JUS aad J
Mlfc AyhVpae, vrtssi risdsa ssasas,t aMaas
wide, it per yard.
Itbvtk H hrstd aatasNsislalprsief solias,
yoke, smts sad afssile. ttrt par aSs
Rtaek leu araid inin, nnnsBHiigef ssmaRt.
WBODflBD & LWHfiOP,
earsarlltstitiiil f Sti.X. W.
IwiifY if mm taUvtat
sWSatssisar asaTf.re(ajse VartTfai vstbi WFmH
ma ax kt . nhmiiMs: fauisTlsm.
pro.. waJTBapwp. m. v.
to Mf C art- r 'tSlBltirtaS SJS
v'eiU'sv'X.uaaar. sts. lear-tr
i o. ti.CHJtX
?. i v u iaNMgr
FOR A GOOD SHOE
Wilson k Carr's
For an Easy Shoe
WILSON Si, CARD'S.
We eatry the Best Uswot Mtesg
IrCsltlMP rtpi8 tftt IsinM9 MM CWB
Wilson & Carp's
1 tlitminM-Wi'm- 3Ien.
fta. 9W V .NTIU'.trr X. tv.,
wsshfngtofl, n c.
I nnd OWIlvr ItATrl.MOHH STKIHTr.
The Cfclojeiia Britannica,
COMrtRTS 1H RVRRY ITKVt.
2tot a wortt ehaneeil fro the orleliMt,
St vols., wtth Maps, Ae.
FOR ONLY $37'S.
TUK CHSArBSXT DO0K KTBK
Svatatae It for yourselves.
Now raady for detlrery by
W. H. LOWDERMILK & CO.,
lit! and 1WS F street. It
pHAKLOTTK HALt. SCHOOL.
MtHSthm nnsnrpassed for health. Kncllsh,
Classteal, 3latheratlel, OoeHneretal ami
Military Coene. Beard aad telthm, $10 for
ten raeeths. Per rstrtkntiars address
It. W. SlLVBSTEIt.
St. Mary's County, Mil.
Tea Fsttowsltlps. IKkl eaah, with fre tal
ilea, epea te avadaatas vrtblfKC to partes
-Tl'RLLS COLUMS FOR W0MRN,
Anrera, Cares a Ike, N. Y.
Three fall seres of study. Leeatlen
heaatlfal aad heallhtal. A reaaed Cbristtaa
heese. ewbalMla ready next September.
Seattea tete aEPTRMHEIt , ItSO. Send
S. 0. FKI8UHK, D. D.,
rV saialessjs address
ONE OF THE WrST IN NEW ENGLAND.
StadsotOn every sidlaaa In Nw Baaiaad.
Atbereoab preparatlea. Ftrst-ehus faetll
ttss la XaeMah. BaiidHHHaew.larseaBdav
troetlv. Laberatories, ayaaaasiaB aad alt
faatntias. Able tasehers. TarsM maJasaU.
Ssxteas Htrar, Vt.
Ty BStBTAX AOADRMY,
Oae of the hatfdesaa bast aaadsmts aad
lassical seheets hi aw Sasiaad. TU pay
iseat of sat ia t asanas wSR eavar attMaary
taittoa, wtth hoard, tor felt tons, ksetantsff
a ffgU aoiujud Sa
RKY. a. M, TBLE, PHastpaL
'. MeBitl ceujsetL
TtstlaUa- HfkU, IXJU 1 .
J WMa aeaiss WilRssjtTY,
c Rar ssSbsT ffrJsaCRIs'
4HB mw 1SRAJSY,
A aisja-elsas saassst-
RSsPt SSMB SSBS
YSSaRB COaau) fsf 1 lalR BOB YHirslfl
spstrsaasEflTsB sjBaRpa"asr aaarsaassajBBaB eBjeB' aeTspaBBBrer
st teaettsrsi W stadaats. ihe AhB4Sjat
uf Jtrs. leraidat ttauisuo. Cotusrvauiri
ui Bun.uiU.JArl turuiHuii Vauaiiuo 1JJ
. n. i 1 ii W iLKa.il.
MStt ssrsasa sanimfiasiM hWH SsWVaaH.
ROtsH. Its TSHPanssiiat'i aag tsar aaaataj
eftSBBf, RaSjRtBsksasds-taaim, Tsasas
Ttt Ttth street Rsirthwest.
Rest and JsTait Prrrrttesl Tasireetton
Trrsnohfs In Rcw York, Boton, PWIadel
pMa, htcaeo. Paris, Berita, Ixmdon, ste.
Washington, D. C.
srttOOt. OP ARTS ARtl t'ltTRJK8 CBSorfB
towr Qstleaet. Rew rem has Ins septsiH
her H. rrepsratory nepartaient for
Boarders rnttettate nepaitnwnt for
Hoarder awd Brrr setwiars. i. nArKtrs
JtirnAerw, s. j,, prsssjaent.
rTrWOt, or RWCTjr8, TMm opens Otto
her I. O. L. Mswet, M. P.. nean, ST3
YeirttuRl av. . n. w.
JtrTWn. Of IAV. Terin oyeas fesoher t.
s. M. YaATa, 5eeteiarj, oeovaetuwn
Law BntMtn. ror. 1 ni Sth sts. n. w.
J. WATgirg KtCnARflsj, s. J Rector.
Georgetownlinlterslfy School of Law
RBY. .t. HAVEMS IlICHAHDS. S. J.,
rresstent of the university.
CUARLB8 W. llOFFJtAN, LL. D..
Dean ot the Faculty.
HON. WILLIAM t mCIIARDSON. LL. D.,
(CMet Jtntlre tJ. s, Ormrt ot Claims)
Leeterer on Matntory and AdmlRtstniUre
Law and Legal Maxims.
MARTIN F JtOHriH LL. D..
Leetnrer on cwtstimthHml awl Interna
tional Law, AdiHralty snd Comratlre
HON. JERXMlAlV M. WILSON, LL I).,
Leetnrer on the LaworPsal Estate and the
Iaw of Evidence.
HON. ANDREW C. IIHADLBT
t Jnsttee Sspreme Coart, Dtstrltt of Colum
bia,), Leatarer on Cotntiton Law. Ilid
Ine and Ennltr .lnrltirlence.
.lOSKI'H J. UARLtJIHTON, LU D.,
Leetnreron the Ijw of reron at Property,
contract" nmt Neeotlable Iaper.
OEOnoE B. HAMILTON, LU .,
Lectnrar on tho Ijiw of Partnership, (Torpors
ttoas.riaclle and Testarseotary Law.
It. HOSH I'KKHY.A. M.,
Lttturer on Criminal I.aw. Dontestle ltoln
Uons and Torts.
Ctroutt Court: Prof tfeorpo S Hamilton.
Conrt of Appeals- Trofs. Martin F. Morris,
Andrew C, Uradley and It, Itoss l'erry.
Introdnetory leetnre and annouaeements
forttio ensulnir term at tho Ijw nnlMlng;.
osrner 6th and K sts. n. w .on WEDNESDAY,
OCT. 1. at 9:S0 p.m. 'Alt lnteretol arooor
iltelly Invited to attend Tli library, now
oomrrllD(r tho Hntllli and lend IrxtAinerWun
reports ami the latest toxt IxKiks upon most
If ml subjects. Is located In the Law Building-,
with commodious reeding rooms at
tached, and will be open from 8 a m. to. 10 p.
ia. dally. Sundays excepted, to students and
alumni of Hie school.
Tbe secretary can tie seen at the Law
DulldlBK on Tuesdays, Tlmrxlay andHatur
dajs, trom " to s-l p. m., for Information,
enrollment, etc. Circulars siting course of
study, tt-rmt, olc, ran ho ottalnel atbook
storaa of W. II. Morrison 1SSI P st. n. w.,
ami Uwdermllk A Co, 1441 Tst.n. w, and
at W. 8. Thompson's drug store, 70S ltthst.
n. w., or ott application personally or by tot
ter, to the undersigned.
8. M. YEATMAN.
spl-lm Secretary and Trestert.
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY CROSS.
Wtt Mass. Ave.,
Affords every facility for acquiring a thor
ough education In literature, music and art.
The hMtrnraents taught are pit, harp, rio
lie, guitar, mandolin and banjo. Lsacuager,
general vocal, drawing and fancy work free.
ATIONAL MEDICAL COLLKOE-MEDI-oal
sail Dental iwilmi.U of Ilia
amblan Unlrersltr. Tlw slxtr-nlntli an-
mml course of medical lectures and fourth
dsatal course will hagtn on Wednesday,
October 1st. at H p. m In tbe College Iliilld
lag, 1SSS II st n w. Intnxluctorr nwdlcnl lee
tare by Trof eskr William Lae. .Vt. I). Dental
lntroiluctorr by Professor Mark M. 11 nicy,
D. n. 8. The autumn examinations will he
held on Thursday, October !, at ?) p. m.
For elretilars of both department apply to
Dr A. V. A. Klog. Dean, ;S8 TMrleeeth st a
w. Office boursSHolO a. in. aud 4to"n. m
Telephone SM. sersS-lra.
SPENCEIHAN BU8INB8H COLLEGE
Cor. 7th and D sU.n. W..
Eabraee Six Schools, vis:
Ssheal of Practical itaslseM aad Accounts.
School of Preparatory Practical Skgilsh.
School of Shorthand and TypewriUBg.
bebeel of Spaacerhwi Practical Penmanship.
lebeol ot Msshaaleal and Architectural
gcboot of CTrll Servlee Tralahsg.
. Day and Nlsht Sossloas. Itlostrated Cata
laltfUsEea f rs?efl
II C. STENrEK, LL.lt. PrlacipaL
MRS. SARA A. SPENCER, VIoe-Prlaolpal.
milE COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY.
The Preparatory School opens Sept. W.
Tbe ColumbfaiB Collaoe ojiaai Sept. ST.
The Oorooraa Sateatlle School speos Oat. t
The Law School of the URlrarsRy opaas
The Medical School of the Uaireniiy opssm
TheDMtal Seboal of tbe UalrarsRy opaas
For ealalogaas or otbar lofarssatloB ad-
'm JAMBS C. WELLINO. LL.D.,
OSCHLU'S AOADBMY FOR YOONa
LADIES AND CHILD REM
Ilsopea MONDAY, SHPT.t.
Miulc aad Patatiag Raseive Spatial
J'j 14 lh st . bat. I aad K sts.
seieer. ctas.iciu ana naiitamancai scaooi rar
yaaagssea uudbots. Hajdns Its thtrty-atath
raar MONDAY, SEPTBlfBIK SS. PraaaMS
lor Harvard, Yale, Prlueutou. Jofaas Hopahu,
Lehhtfa. aad M bar ixlleges and ualvarktuaa;
far its acleatlSc st-hoola, L'aMad States Mili
tary aad Naval ncuJomUts. aad fur hulls iw
Saaofcl dapartststit for boy heswasaaaad
Far parstcalara aililrain
inu. a. i'
BUR Se wtth hasraaisrl
ME. aad Mssg. WX B. tMJUKX,
id RtmjtY acttoot. Bon Bttrs,
J tXaWfap MrRtlMri WltTWlalWI
am. WsBtuaJeavas. A- hv tJaassMssM, Ms
sttrsi. t sawess sal II aSBtssshss" bbt Ha Tar
MAJtftASSBT WtSJsMhWttt HAM,,
AsiaaaBM BBtst hsoear ld
esHsttsWa tsWsrUtataM sUM tksUMMBBVs4 WMft bel stUeMal
1ft late SatMMs ttMstMaV W 1BbW tBSB1 MsaV
StWsM tjssRs tG9RmWU09&i& etvfalettMtfcMaB. eBsW
t SaW SBtsBaT sEl aiMBBEJBWrB,a & ssbbbMSsbWbbMi
i. U CO ii A M ru 'J
A LBATTSJTi8 BRAND OPERA HOUSE
Every Eventng, Wednesday and atarday
The Only and original
ComMned 5e and Okantic Spectncni--rrodn'tl'in
Around the World in 80 Days
ra Fat SBlBetyas presented at NtMo
. Va 1a
The Great M
rsnMenSM IS rsastntnes aweneiV and Para-
phernatr. rrediecd mwer tire personal dl
reci ion m ij
arjA. er-jiie w
m. J Ollmere opera Co in
THE ftBA imo,
VT EW NATtOlfAt. TMEATRE.
1 Brery evening. Wed. and Sat. Mat.
The London and New York icce r. n
Jerterson and H s Taylor's Thrilling
A DARK SECRET,
With the remarkable aqsatlc tccne.
The (M Ctntreh at liemray and the llenler
Real row beets, eanwes, tsctag saells, and
steam Isaaches on
A RIVER OP REAL WATER,
Flooding the stage from wall to wall, from
two toekhlfffrt deep
weui Ressner, New Rnwlaml's nhampron
oarsman; the Herbert trvs., the famous ac
roosts, and the Daisy Qnartet, In vocal se
lections on the water.
Next Week-Marks' Internatleael Vaodcvllles
HARRIS' BIJOU TnKATRR.- One Week,
Commencing MONDAY, SElT. 15,
Tbe Popular Yonng Actor,
N. S. iAiOOD.
In Ills latest Success,
OUT IN THB STHBBTS,
Preseateil With Now 8ercry, Novel Meolmn
leni HfTects artd a Select Company,
Next weck-A PERILOUS VOY.AOB. Ut,
t NEW WASHINGTON
THIS WEEIC-Udles' Matlno Thursday
realistic Balloon Voyage'
Around tho World In Eight Daysl
SnpcTb Spcetaenlar Scenes!
(Juccns of tbe Parisian Barlcsqile'
t LOBE TH KATRS.
Ijr MONDAY. SRPT. IS
MATNARD A MBNlmZA'S OYCLONE OF
A Phenomenal Carnival of Celebrities.
Matinees Monday, Wednosday, Thursday and
Admlsslen, 10, SO, 3D nmt Wo. scis.t!
IlltBRDERS' ASFOCIATION OF MARYLAND
AND DI8TRICTOF COLUMBIA. BENNINOS
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, BEIT. I",
AND 18. Four taces each day. It.ntio la
rurses. One. two. three and four-year-old
colts JtfO.au.MS and SAO classes, l.arg.
exhlhttlon or horses from the breeding farms
of Maryland and District of Columbia In
front of the grand tand each day Full
Marine Band, forty tdeces The society r vent
of tboteason. f-peclal trains Icavo Baitl
rooro and Potomac depot every half huiir, be
gtr,n1ug nt w o'clock. Fait racing, laigi
crowds, gout mtMlcaiMlllnodisplarofliorsc
Admission, $1, Ladle admitted free to ai
parts of the groend. No oblertlonaMu li..r
acten allowed. COL. L. VICTOR IIAUUII
MAN.PresldenttOEN. FKIJ.V AONUH, Vice
ITsWaet;OEN. K. F IIE'LK, Hooond Vlc.
PrcsWentjItKNJ. WHITE, Secretary sel.'.'t
Is tbe Ureal of All Musical Instruments
Because It perform any music
from a waits or a ballad to an
orertare or a syrapbony more
beautifully aad mare nearly
perf est thaa any other single
The Asollaa Is not mechanical, but tbe
raealpuiattCB of it it so simple that a person
eaa tsars to ptay it with from one to three
weeks' practice. Your visit to see this In
strument will he esteemed a favor at
E. F. DROOP'S,
rtt l'A. AVE.,
Fete Agent for Stetaway aad Other First-
Class Pianos and Organs.
Tlv ISA BAYARD'S INSTITUTE,
A Ilase Seheai far Girls sad Yoaag 1.
Number ef boardlsg papthi HmRad to t v
BxeaUant advaatagas ia Music, Art an
Laagaagas, OyBusastuu. tlsasaatgrou
IlsaltUul laeaMoa, Pupils bearded thro
tbe gammer taoatbs. Beard, washing ai
tulttoa ia the BagUsh braasbas, too i
scholastic year. Saad far eireular.
BOARDINO AND BAY SCHOOL FOR
Aaadsails aad prapstatary aoarses.
Frtaatpak, Mm LANSIWi aad MtSS
Chrialmas tarsa hssjas OOTOBBK 1. For
tsMatstias address BtaSEMAEY HALL-
I i nan it sr, ga.
The Bar. MsWrtKtMBRY 8. HOOPER. M
AM Head Mastar. Hsar aoys reoIved as
awarjMN at taa head aaMasS faaUy. At
ptejsta MMsaasatwa vasaastas. Mr. Hooper
has seat kars is Uarvant, Yate, Piiucct .a
Cataaihts, Lahhth. Aasaarst, Trialty, Wct
fatut, taaapoESi a aad has sot bad a can
dSssaC teaT sbbbESbMbbEsV sfttfaMisja
tar nrn ftieatlis Maalstry 8oom
ta. Ab sntmnoi lae of Sa)
ssrsjhi,bawtSBtisssJNairsMsB. All expenses
aaw. A, A. yssgttaiossr. D. D .
fiiistlrnt MsadvlUe, Fe.
4sSBWtSfsWsMl sj4seBjS Ud.t,-,
sAUsita. immttm Qssjsbi, Vs. a:tL yr
AssAe.sssss1asSaMi sstsasJ heaw; iiiuroa.-b
snsmaSgHS dsatajae sal J tknaa
PUBaL'St (tUUBTfASl QOLLXhM.
?W 1 Bi ITTf
Able tafiettf. ssspaaaBe Tosrii F
Lthaato, Itsakhy Loaatiua. .
Vscms. seteral Cooxsas sad Dii:k
. B. J