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THE DAILY CKIT1C, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 11,1890.
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ions t. jjkuma
Wt tbttk tt rtittemfe to sty thi tlie
Utrtrtct will Wfrret ny political to
ftrtfofe fB Kati tbftt remits in tlefcit
lie Ike reelection of Mr. t.ii;.r.t.
Irer! ate lost; servlee on tbe tHstrict
toamtttv, Mr. Ijioam. has gtlneil
11 tootl will and confidence of tbe
ipt of Wnshlmf on to a very marao 1
efe,rw. tit genuine Interest In the city's
welfare, the vigilant Intelligence with
wlitek lie tins exhibited this feeling,
and Ws twit nets at all times to give ear
to reasonable arm ueful suggestion
tiiese nave roiHotreil in perpetuate his
trite to our rejrarti There arc so many
clem ami tawdry tlemtg-ogucs, of lnth
partle?. In Congress, who are forever
dm the alert for notoriety nt tbe expense
of the District of Columbia, that the
prospect of losing a ftlemt so broad, so
if Mete ami so powerful m Mr. Ixuxu.
Imw shown bimtlf to be, Is anything
Apart from this, however. Sir. Ix
o.u.i Is a man who, on national
eroumla. should be kept In public life.
There way be many of in who do not
r-tmte certain of his political opinion
ami who deplore certain of tils political
ttinlenele, Init there are very few, we
ttiotthl think, who do not admire the
man's brilliant attainments and rejoice
In Ms liold and original Intellectually.
1 liete is not in the whole Ixxly of Co li
ft ess a more vivM ami conspicuous
personality than his, and even in the
larger arena of the nation itself, it we
v.iceptMr. Ci.k Ki.wimml Mr. IIlaixk,
there are few if any who arouse keener
Interest or stlmnlate more curiosity.
Mr. InoaM.'s is too ornamental, too
fotetfnl, too interesting, to lie snared,
TilK PASSING OF COT HI ELL.
"VVIlk the late Mr. CiTTHKi.t. a pecu
liar 1 pe loses one of its largest and most
lntid representatives. Jlr. Cotmsm.
was a particularly "Imu"' man, tbe"vll.
lKt tenor" one of those characters
who are always nferred to by the lvil
scHipaperi as "lil&hly connect!, "' "i
rt'IULed t entleituu," etc. lie beloafte I
to the class who are dUlloguisbed fir
Lllaiiou? manners, fur reckless expert II
tuie, for gieat jollity ami ffood fellow
ship up to a ctrtaln stage of IItior an 1,
after reaching or, rather, natslng tint
stage, for a savage bloodthlrstlness
waicn would have disgusted ami ap
palled Captain Kino himself. It may
V said to the credit or the South that
this class is steadily diminishing In num
bcif and in public sympathy. It must
le recorded to the honor of Montgomery,
Ala., that the most effective bit of ox
termination was done there last week.
Mr. CoTTHKi.1.' performances at
Ctdar Keys, Fla., and elsewhere are
too fresh la the remembrance of the
country to call for any futther mention
now. Nobody who has read the papers
during the past six or eight months will
deny that Chief of I'ollce Gkuau ren
dered civilization a particularly val
uable service la removing Mr. Cottiikli.
from tbe Held of his peculiar activity.
Sir. Cottkku. had traveled from Cedar
Kejs to Montgomery, intending, doubt
Iw, to renew in the latter city the
spirited proceedings with which he bad
for ty years made tbe former lively,
lie found a prosperous and growing
city populated by a law abiding, moral
uatl religious comwualiy i city with
out specially illustrious ruffians or lead
fog wtmierett. And happily for Moat
gesnery he found a city determined to
do without iliiiens of that sort. lie
imtmi. la fait, a elty that is a; Wvldly
typical of the new ioduitrUl diieM
tioa at the South as he was typtesl of
the dark and dreadful era of twesty
There are ao ate of kaowla?
whether astosilshaseat or ludlgaatlon
leedesatastwl in Mr. Corrsiiu.i.'s nslau,
W Chief 0ui4U's shotaiua cseeeUal
bias frose the MosUxoaaery txiuuioe,
mti, isMiswd, the country is too e!l
enritiefl wish the result to care.
t'WsW h a tuaefttl sound " True
esafh, atMt "fapeaker duki'' wouid
hwre a bseeay aad bualaeei souad.
Tw Xbw Yok ' has had aaotker
PfoMftn at httiin subutittad for ias
. east iart4jiieers lor avaasyf A
aw (i wiuuuuia
ssasaeciBedUaM- B 4to tiw gaas even,
r wans nor vtaorag wan wmm w
Haw, mmM peotiie would decide that
X has! ken. He bat that B would uit
a hstiMF, tad H did t .juit a base, be
lag esactljr eeea. But the ' 4e-
satfisWsat the bet asust be coaakieieil as
e elcav. The gifted editor says-
The ascS Mm rae lngu4 la m axplikU
aswlse.sa4 utbl uu vutble ur l
rsaas teteaHor. uage the base that
this wage atej nmnteum m htsner
iassaaswe arsiaat toother's of sxstnet "tTit.
ant that Aerate eiil nut ovr whJkh
latMa heat wheu the neMiftla sue. A,
if SMStar. was haesipy ta game sgaiaat a
afiaeei aa k VTwaTTl tt
svast an, the tk.s wwwi Uu easy with
ew hwnuei, Tb ituU, w the ruM
at a Me, a4 the t0. are 41vi4V
fesji km ate uwtt leittsauuf soaasj or
t4awwaaatstaJ sptOMUoa thaatjUtirf
eawh seas as test ataiiv tj -a. aa4 aV
The hm has unUofatijr ea?tta4 -
arsssw wri ay agfavgappp sssBfSat sassj wstjlaip 9-sjhsj ajgagt)
Hwarhethermuwv. hut it at ssW
cstU to awoafae th.e viettaf ot tt pja
sbbbbIbV ssaaal saTfc,iiiil Am lasCCtaaBaQat la bIbbbA.
gagfvsF aat renesssrses' sawar sswpaaspaaap) aa aasjajajaaaas
If I L4f S UKLTOMU BMM Hf -
IMmu saw saesut that Mr. WtfT'tfH'.
m Wm. atr hk KivLtv. Ur. W4
atMM. aad all utbn ccettoicuoua to
aaasaMsaSjsiatl tlttriajc taw; rrehsral esasue
aBssaasBsss"""f " ' mi ywwa"SBB nanBBfasiBr
yA &f aaA WM fcat.aTat I LilMnir 111 If AagUg
asa saaw BsaafH was" 'saasw sfasavaaBaaBasBB
UJrtrihieiai.lxin wiMiirfnsi Thelsaato
caktic enV u res Uw whAsVe away of
titubtkaa lea4ers is under baa ot re
puuitttl' u I u' ilnl la u t pcrbii ii
i L i , -. t j. . . ' ' lLl.lt. .
be Ifttte tfotiM ef, ter At HWBwrt at
liiaal itua ajMaaAat mjaawak ataiaiai n n Ait
wasr, tat) inupie awva pntsorrBceri
spslnst tire JItKiSLmt latHf t the
K.tn Hea of espetHtfftg IntsMest,
hot we foil ti er thai they
have pronounced Mratfist tin rtoto
Ircan farty, too. n the rofttfety. tire
jwtewwrt retMemi at the rwlJs r as
mnch ti liritfment In fst-ot of Mr.
RtAiXEas it s jm?et aas.lnst
MrKtHt.Rv and Kr.KO. Mr. Bt.ttSR
did not spprove the MrKtSr ht Ittll nnv
tow ln Mr. ct rush or Mr. Cah
Mrt.K did, ami thtre r other I.jpub
llrttTi lwdt, snch t niTTgnwolttrr
td Pi.tsin, who bli1lt la cqntlly poor
estoatn. To onr mind the Indfcttlons
etolterl Iry the tare elc tints pjlnt to a
rhansfe of leadenhlp In the llermHlk-an
party mther thwft to a llslntetratton r
ptrmanent retirement of that great or
nr.SRRtt. JttiBtiitAn nse the teb
phone In the good rU army way.
Wl eo he wants to retenftotja a msn he
teml the mesjre tf n mw on a hore.
Tnm l'R!ssvt.v.tstA R.ut,irovn Com
pst will have thoasasnls of sympa
thisers In the terrible and fatal disaster
which befell it this mornlne, near .Tohn
tow n. J?ot only does It recall the s.wftil
tragedy of last year, which converted
Johnstown into a tremendous ohamble
and horrlfled the rivlllited worhl, bit' It
reminds u that for a lone; time the
rcnasylvsnlA Company has 1een pir
snetl by a most undest rveil ami oritel
destiny. There Is no poldle ctrrler In
this or anj other cottntry which em
ploys more Inoennlty In iwotectlnnllfe
ami projierly, and none w hlch, as a rtile,
has been so successful in that direction,
but the Johnstown tloods of lSO In
flicted upon tbe company a loss tlmt
would have obliterated half Hie railroad
corporations In Amerlci. and since then
It has suffered on sevctal occasions from
accident that seetmd ordained for no
purpose tavo that of mocking human
vlglhnce and forethought. Net to
the sorrow and comprtsslou tlmt roes
out to the victim of the disaster
itself, will be the sympathy of the
public for thtt Pennsylvania llallro4il
Company, whose mannsement has been
so earnest and so conscientious in the
Interest of the traveling public.
Skxatoh Hlmk it preparlnga speech
which he will deliver at the short ses
sion, If It lie lone; enough, llt.uit is
bound to die talking. Another Instance
ot tbe ruling passion strong In death.
Concomdh thk jnlltlcil headnnr
ters of New Hampshire, but there Is no
concotd In the politics of the little State
farl Sclwrz's friends sw he reguls
his retirement from jwlltlcs as abso
lute. He will, however, retain bis
name on the list of spellbinders If Mr.
Cleveland U again nomluated for 1'res
k'ent. lie enjoys a comfortable billet
at a liberal salary as agent andounsel
for a steamship contany. Ills fond
nets for mtitlc takes him to all the
meat musical events and he Is sought
as a dinner-table guest, where he Is said
to be both witty and entertaining.
Senator Lelaml Stanford Is understood
to have spent $.330,000 on art during his
tecent Kuropean trip.
J. 1J. Carter of New York won the
Sllnnecke scholarship In IVInceton Col
lege. It puts 4JI..T00 la the winner's
Iloswell l. Flower boasts that he rep
resents In Congress a district that Is
richer than any State except New York
As a fanner Mary Anderson U a
failure. Her expensive farm In Colo
rado has bet-u taken possession of by
coyotes and jack rabbits. Her half
brother was her understudy lu tbe rU
of farmer, and she left him la charge,
but be was a failure, too.
John Hackley, who has given a $100,
000 library building to Muskegon,
Mich., worked bis way to thit city
twenty years ago, a poor boy, on a lum
her vessel. He was determined to suc
ceed. If It was la the wood, and It was
lie made a fortune la lumber.
Tbe sister of Helnrlcb Heine, who
celebrated her ninetieth anniversary tbe
other day, saj s It is not true that she Is
to give to tbe world some unpublished
writings of the poet, as all the manu
scripts left by bint were destroyed la the
gieat Hamburg tire.
Mr. Hunlelt CoulU, who oace had
tbe distinguished honor of being an
American, his name being William
Asbmeade lUrtlett wbea he espousad
Baroaees Burden Coutts ami her mil
lions, arrived la New York last week to
aet as a judge of tbe horse show.
M. I- Muliudl, the well kaown statU
tklaa. says that a good sUlisticlaa
kkcukl kaoa tbree or four modern laa
guaeee, possess an easy Income and
good digestion, be able to stu ly eiUt
hours oatly without tense of ftlgu.
hae bo pollii;4l tendencies, pursue
his labors regardless of all arouao htm
aad aever leave oS any subject till be
has worked out the result.
There was iulte a surprise oe the
sage of a theatre at Mobile. Ala , last
week during tbe perforata of a
cosak opera. Itavid Urooks, a aegro,
slipjped faato the theatre aad took up a
paattioa la the tile. At aa iatefeetlag
period of the perfortaaace the darky fell
to the stage. Jits excuse that be was
asleep fat not osve that the opera com
patsy (aVowM ease to make pubUc.
r'loreae Blvthe. ayed 1st, of ctaa
Fraacitco, who lately came by way of
the very toughest kind of UtJcattoa
tato aa estate worth nearly i,0t.tt00.
has asked the c un for aa allow aaee of
ofl,w a atootb , or la ail about llUtf.
ouo, datiag lim her father's death la
prii. im Tb girl pkadesl that
she asetas about t.iW0 asostth f or her
vaeiateatajace aad edueatioa. That eottrt
faajiy allowed her a back aUowaace of
XM a saoauh. or about ti,m, aad
mure aliowaace of eaW.
boko op thj mmmAu
1 && UU taBBV '"'"11 laaWsaY.
. -. . qp tpiw r""wBwaBi aasaapsikji
I ilauce on Um viUaafe rraen
1 play eiwro Uu seapecs pay,
1 chase tb Ut stats sway,
I risht o taut aritei etMt;
1 wrap te M rate c
111 A affllnfaril tilafiwl asBsUakMUaL
w V &" "easasn vafanseawai aBsjaBnanBaaB
1 ?,!SJ, lh 1S '?
1 laUll taUO laVV latsaWat aaaMlalar
m ffSBBBt Ua)"ia- WfBBBf BB, aBBBpBBBT-
4 imw mm H
rasa saw to the haaeaa Woe
i i'hbwi m a giM'tea staM.
1 aaahe ks a siisery tyu
she shoriTS es whose saw I
i roaas user load aad set.
I ctietr aheitver I leiui;
J 'HI dL J ever nLj-ll U:
aWWHHjJ OWf'rfMrHrlJ CWlfWt it let IffttW
A tntsmttfloTit atnftettce rilled Lincoln
Hall lo tfce clows last et-enltig to fteet
tUtwtot 7Jlklcli ami M snpet'j (wad
of artists at the first of their eerie of
eofirots for the ensuing season la this
city. While the organtVatlon h-n ben
somewhat Inrreasen In hnmbers there
so Hi'le room for l.npriro
nnt in any other respsct
that It 1 uffictent pralso to
y the alrnoM Ideal rjrttHtr of their
ok has suffered no shade of ImrHlr
(hent. The procramme of last etenlno;.
though not perhaps so Interesting or
ell qualified to evoke the ethufisni
ot an amiicncc ns rome or its prwic
ecswra, ws admtrablt- adapted to
display- the perfeot teehnlque ami
control of this pearless comptny
of vlnnnsoi. Heethoan's Fourth aym
Shony Is orre wherein the great master
oes not esray to move the hesrt wtth
t motions of love or tenderness, rentle
melancholy or vain regret, or thrill
with the sense of sublimity and grand
ettr. It Is rtmceived throughout in
Usrhter vein, and the erace, btioyaney
and airy charm of It fluent movements
mold anredly have never received
more blithesome interpretation thsn
under the magic ami of Mr. Nlhleh
last ivenimr. The appearance of llerr
Theotlore ftelchman, the solot of the
orrarion, was the signal for a warmMi of
wilcome due ns mueh, no doubt, to the
distinction of his taee presence a the
treat reputation which had preceded
blm. Ills Mmjlmr of the fervid Marsch
ner irVi wa everythlnir to justify all
expectation due either to his fame or
phifiie. Of all the Wagncrhn but
tone, no voire, perhap, ha combined
so many elements of perfection a this
With the Titanic pott ur we hnvecotne
to expect from the sinners of th's force
ful school, he joins a swcetnes, jvtrlty
and absolute smoothnrss of tone, and a
sympathetic tiuslity In the softer emo
tional passaires as surprising as It has
hitherto been rate. Tho two
Tscbalkowky numliers which followed
wire aulllclenlly ltitrretlng, kllful
and suggestive or themselves to con
vince us that our modern composer are
anything but pigmies on the shoulders
of the elder slants. There was some
wonderful work with the trlngs lu the
latter movement, but, twrhap. the sen
sational success of the evening wa
scored by the I'agatiinl .Vol. I'trpttm,
the violin standing In trlplo rank
before the footlights a If to do honor
to the dead mnnntch of them all,
and lletr Xlklsch conducting
at tho piano. The nerform
ance had a grandly (llttug
finale In the fire ong and Wotm's
farewell from "Die Wnlkure," by Herr
Kclchman ami the orchestra, In n climax
of majestic Impresslvene Scarce less
Imposing wire the colossnl llornl trllmtus
to tiiu iittector and soIoUt, an enormous
star and lyre of rows, so large they
could not lie lifted on the stage. From
tho ati'plclou nitguty of their opening
concert It I safe to predict for tbe Sy-it-plmny
players the most succesful of
their always triumphant seisms In
I.ottn' Nut 1'lny.
"Ins," a new comedy of Lotta's wa
pr -entid at the National last night t
u large audience, which showid It ap
preciation by llliernl and sincere ap
plause. The play Is a i-haracterlstlc
one. that fits the versatile abilities of
the acttess for whom It was designed
with excellent aptitude. The story of
the hoyden, suddenly raised to afflu
ence, and Its attendant social features
finds In Loltn a skillful and perfect
J.otlu has surrounded herself with a
company that Is exceedingly above the
average, and a wealth of mtulcal and
dramatic talent that deserve great
praise. The play Is full of humorous
passages, and gives I.ottu a large field
for the display or her Inimitable fun.
"Ina" will be repealed to-night and to
l.'xtru llootli and llxrrett Hxotiralon,
Manager Albaugh has arranged to
give an extra excursion for the II Kith
ami Itarrett engagement to morrow af
ternoon. The general disappointment
of those who did not purchase tickets
earty uunng me sale was so wide spread
that Mr. Albaugh determined to give an
excursion to see "Hamlet." which will
be done at the matinee, jfamkt U well
known to be tbe most perfect of .Mr.
Booth's ruUt, ami as this la the fare
well joint appearance of Ilooth and
llarrett. there will undoubtedly be a
large sale. Seats may be secured from
0 to 11 15 to-morrow morning at Miller's
bookstore, .VtO Fifteenth street. Prices
$2 30 and $3, including transportation
both ways. Train will leave Sixth
street depot at 13 03 p. hi. sharp.
IkcIi Oiler Uuuipauy,
The most important musical evest
of tbe season will be tbe engage
meat of tbe l.'uima Jucb Grand Kag
ltak Opera Cowpaay at tbe National
Theatre next week. Tiita orgaalittioa
Is undoubtedly the most complete
operatic enterprise la this country, sow
that 1'atll aad Tamagao are so loager
1 1 nether. It is wade up oa the Hues of
the American Opera Company ad its
ut cesser, the National, and its priacl
pal iftjlU'i, number upward of tweaty.
includta:; Kuuua Jucb, Georgians Yon
Veiu, E. X. Knight. Chart Hadaatat
aad Otto Kathjesu. A .lei Keueadort U
the musical conductor, aad the charm,
costumes aad geaeral appotataseats are
oa the moat elaborate scite. Co a
asenciBg to morrow the sale of seats for
tslseagagaasest will be held atthebox
uabce of the theatre only
.V VukJ&i;buU4a u uMtMHty MjuJ."
Charles II. Uaaford. a Waestiavgsoa
boy, aad oa of the atoat tafawsei of the
jouag actor aow befora the puWk,
aad this seaaoa kssdiag maa with Julia
Martowu. was at liberty, through her
serious ttlaeaa which ueu-sdtaied tU
closing of br ea u. bat bis reouU
tioa as aa artist of the urn rank Ur ju-h'
bias several offers from manages m ht
has accepted the poattli a of leading iiin
la the "Mostey Xd V uopasv 1
aad joins these la Boston week after
tbtseegagecseat at ilbaugh's. It is to
be regretted that hto maay frhtads hare
cMdd not have aa opportuaity of aae
Ug him la hi new rvU, aad it would
be a good policy lor the BMaagesaarrt
to have bias spatter at the Satwdsy
1wt aad etdax pjoraaaaces.
Tfce r Is a proaadawat oaw aad will
five Ur- Uaaiotd opportuaitles Kir the
display of his aWJitW
Tave -Uttimm Ceer atehtas "
4 BeeiaJ party at aa uptown el
were tuarmdag the recent eseoUoa last
aight. eapaetaUy as it adected Oii.i.
" Savsrotaa." said aa Ofcio aaaa.
'tbiahalkaviaMawade a big asiatake
UwjJOags brass haavd cawptbi a. Ho
aays k o3y stirred up that whaU'
ia ltoimm Couaty."
,, "That" so," laid aothr. "ul i4aae
'Uoiaaes Cottaty rebela' viU be wi&lx
apt to recollect SaVtrravaa for ttMit."
Itft atatswat in Cts-veLaad
paper." said a third tgatk udacial
grivsty. that ttoljaas Coismy had seal
to that arwy dutaM that war gaoce ates
otter couaty hi Ae State."
Wbith aroy t" innuirci the ' jlo
IN NEW ZEALAND.
Art IrfTWlSTIM KM.! OF THT
lira wwol-ftrtswiBg imttfyTs (-
ensiwewt m Atrumwn tws aifiifi
rrfaw ro wn irns,
In a series of report to tlw Star !)
partment from Auckland, , f, , UttftMl
States Consul ConmMIy fsmilsftw tome
."prahlflt of the wowl.gtMwfrm lihlrn
Iry In 2?ew Zoatarn he stiya that, th :
number of sheep exported latt year, wlt'i
ami without wool, amounted to 1,M1,
21, valued at 31,040. Thlrty-soven
thottsand eight hundred and twenty-six
of the above number were shipped to
the wct coast of America (San Fran
ctro) of the value of $5,0.V?.
The total valnc of wool ex wrte t
fiom 180lo I9W1 Inehtslve. wa Wi
MS..VW. The wool expert for 1W ) w
W.'aao.im) poumh. valnel at tl.4n.
."ifl, whilst the returns for 1S0 hov
the wool shipments to be 102 a'2?,3"5t
pr.umls (38,tW7.0on), an Increase dur
ing the ten years of t lO.otiS 510
He is ot the opinion, he says, that
A met lean wool buyers could buy In this
mat kit ami ship direct to New York or
Hotton much cheaper than they could
Imy In London. It Is reasonable to p-e-Mime
that the London or mlddle-tnn l's
commission, together with the cost of
transshipment from London to New
Yotk, would at least lie saved. If wool
lmyers on the Continent fliitllt ptofltnble
to purrbae their wool Irom first hand,
he says, thrn would not American nniti
facturers Rod It ccpmllj- advintngeottto
pursue a similar course The experi
ment seems worthy the cnnddemtloi of
those engaetil In woolen nianufartum.
The total value of Impotts from the
I'ntted States during 1!"0 amounted to
$1,712,180, an Increase over the pre
ceding year of tW.s.1o The value or
the rxports to the United during the
samo period was $1,700,800, tlnmliotv
Ing the balance of trade to be KvMO in
ottr favor nt the close of latyear.
Now Zsalnnders, says Mr. Connolly,
keenly appreciate the Importance of
creating frkmllv IntcicotHM! with the
jtcople of the t'nliul Slates, and they
have demonsttatf d this by subsldlxlng
a Hue of Ameilcan steamers to run be
tweeu Sum Praticbco and the colonies,
l'or ears thl colony has Iwrne the
brunt of thu c.)ttuc of tualntnlnlng dl
rect communication with the United
States without material assistance from
onv other soutcc
New Zealand has nt last become
wearlnl of bearing the burden which u
continuance of the service slnglc-lunded
must necessarily entail, wlilln others,
ptactlcally speaking, reap the lienerlt.
It lias, therefore, been determined to
discontinue the subsidy to tbe Sa
l'ranctico sirvlce. but before doln'x s
the government of New South V.ile
was imltul to join New Zealand In de
framing a portion of the expense.
This necessarily compels the alwnd n
men) of the San Francisco mall routo
by the Aew Zealand Government. This
Is, Indeed, a great misfortune, a the
line cannot live without owtstde ait
ance. ami If It Is withdrawn altogether
It will work a great hardship to many
American Interests In the colonies.
The withdrawal of thu Oceanic Cun
pam 's steamers would he a death blow
to American progress In the South
1'sclflc. It would tend to alienate tho
friendly desire to tride with tho United
States, that at present happily exists.
It would riqulre years of determined
acd unremitting iffort to re establish
the friendship and prestige that we at
ptesent enjoy In these seas.
Sneaking of organized labor In New
Zealand, Consul Connolly savs tint the
condition of the New Zealand laborer, I
perhaps, as comfortable as any of his
class In the world. Wages are reason
ably high and produce cheap. The
climate is mild arid equable, thus adding
additional comforts to his lot. He has
more privileges than are obtainable In
anv other country.
He works less hours In the week and
receives more pay In projwrtlou to the
number hours he'toils than he would In
most countries. He Is well housed and
clothed. In fact he Is well provided for
In every respect. He Is not degraded
because he toils for a livelihood. Ills
children are educated at the expense of
the State, even the higher branches of
education being open to the poorest
child In tbe colony. AH mav graduite
at tbe universities of New Zealand at
the expense of the tax payers. .
lu Able Ituuior,
from I hi tw York fun.
A curious story came to my ears yes
terday to tbe effect that Mayor Grant
has pledged himself to Cleveland for
ISsW. It was told to me by a geetlewia
who bad been talking With a friend
who U a Cleveland Democrat, aad who
averred that he refused to vote or work
for Grant for Mayor until the latter
shculd dense bis positiost est the IVeei
tkaey. The pledge being given that
Graat wa for CleveUad the vote was
cast for Tammany Hall.
MttiupultlaH Laurear l.tmeU aul
if, MoUhr, Ala : Leah, P. WttUaui,
Juneau. Alstka; Juel F. Uagftad, jr., Aw
Lrt, X. H. .
.VariuMol Prank CaUe, J. J-. Uttwoat
sad E. Kramer, Sew York, J. b. CartWU,
asaaatea, V.; A. U. Morris, Tyroatt, Pa ,
Chester Bradford, IwthanpnJlt, f. li.
Wsasiw, a. Fros. Usaad sW4, WU-fa ;
T. U. Cunis. Sunk MthtfaW, Mm., A
i. Eagaa, liladelpal.
M Ju4i. r. Ittrhasoad, Uat-out, 1U ;
L. M Cseas, MaMiaiore; E. A. lUUer,
rutadelphia; F. II. avaasatec , IVastoa.
Hi-.r --!. Pewiag Uanu Saael aad
P. H. MUaaa. Utw York: f5l!srie .
atcrtr. Aunia. fVsas: Mrs. E. Fort aa4
Wi lryaa, BaltfaMJire; 4. W. aUveas
aiul wife, kvasas Cttj, He.
K'e,' A U. lUackett aad tauly sWy
mMU, se Yol. tarip i-vw. Furt
laad, turn , F- at. FvttU, Ueaver, CoJ.
Uchl,ri-4. V. Hath, New lurk: J. .
ttU. Httabaxg, Ewtag L. iUilsr, Ftula
btkm-i. W. Beraasater. MeadviUe,
Fa-. JUut T. Uuviae, Kaw Twa. j. it.
U aad wife, 4iuont, X Y.
Arhvgtuu at. f. Towpklas. Als.Umu,
acssaawa r. whsob, rwtaeMikMa: Ht.
aad sir Mease aUsvjsVMtoa, alias Crrt
aaaaafja & V S"vaa4aafasW payV aJa sv i
in. E. V- Seat, Fowl!, sfe.
aw Yur. Mr" ad
Jx,. air. K. a Uuuttm, Um KutWeeU
Lreea aud F. U. Lirceu, ttloV, is.
S:imum4u: AJljtrt L. Uatbcher awl wile,
I alio, Ul ; l'. W. tat, at. Paul, Ulau.:
Charles H- t'uauatog', airs- imuatiuaad
Mias StrvuOMW. Kew Yuri, Key. . A.
akdeau. Maach I'hue. Pa.
iW.u-W. U. WUUiaii aad F. c. AUvt
Uagar, Kew York. Hoa. aUticrt a Kouur
Wa, fiiuaatioco, K. C H. W. tl'oudruC
aad wife, Claduuatf; T. J. Hogiu, Pltu
tar; P. Fleetwood aad witV, Wivrly,
., O. Matey, CttCr, Me.
Udd J'JewH-fr. W- UvUw, Hriauil;
1 H. Cquw. ISaiteikdpsua, M. A. tutoaT
Wj;"V. m- and sir. Waurtxwjr. Xur-
JiHi: ftsjy JS. wa. A. F.
hVU. radsJphbi; iH giook., a
CWiU. F Krank, New York
mstrrei aim Marrmml wen tiewt a
The ancient tillage of ffladensb'trg
wa awakened last night in such a man
ner as it never has bwn before by the
exnlnrsnt Democrat of Marylaml and
the PWMct. A rn1n llllf1i"tlon
was held. In which ow S 000 enthusl
anl( Ilcmoerats relehra'eel their great
xk-t. ry In the lest electron. A pmces
I .nicotirtt,mj of the Uemocrtticclntw
of Washington ami the surrounding
town ami vllragw of Jfaryland. wa
formed at llyaitwllle, and ms-le a
triumphant march to Ulademmtrc, with
music and firewotka. At the Restern
Ihstich Itridge a small howttfer had
tieen stationed and was being constantly
The parade wa reviewed at Dr.
lloger house, In Itlsdensburg, where
an entbttstastic meeting was held. Mr.
Peter J. Dnffv of thl city presided
and Dr. C. O. Lewis was elected secre
tory. Lx Itepresentattve Manning of
Mltt8lpnl was then intrwlmed and
matle a muring campaign speech, sor
ing Cfar Iteetl ami the Federrl Biec
Pr. Allen of this elty followed In a
brief speech, In which he vigorously
denounced the Baltimore and Potomic
Hallmad. Mcvrs C. C. JIagruder of
Marlborough, Md.. and tVllllam I Hill
of the ame place delivered short ad
dresees, In which they pnled the grand
work done by tbe Maryland Democrats,
and particularly by Wmlcnsburg De.it t
crats. The celebration concluded with
a speech by c.x-SherllT N. C. Dmnel.
The following are the olllcers elected
by the llledenslurg Democratic Clith
President, Dr. C. O. f.ewls: vlce-nnl
dent, N. V. IHroall: secrfturles, V. It.
Font, EHert Dent, V.. Fowler, ttrooke
Hunter ml E. Iltirlej; treasurer, neorge
W. Coltlentbral, sr. vice-presidents, First
Oistrlrt, Vsiistllle, 1. t). Itohv; Seeoml dl
trftt. Illadenslwrg. N. C. t)rnll: Thlnl
ilistrfct, Alarllioro, L. A. (Jrlfllu; Fourth
district, Dxori Illll, Alex. Uregory; fifth
dlstitct, I'lsrataway, VV. I). Barry; Sixth
illitrlrt, Aqtisco. Tltoraas 8. Stone,
Seventh dlttrlrt, Nottlucliam Kenjiirnln
Wilson; Klghth dlmlct, Surratts; K. It.
Slirlffves; Ninth ill-tilrt, lramlTle, C. It
ltrtey; Tenth district, Laurel t)r. T. M.
Ilaldvrln; KleTcnth ilUtrlet, tjueen Ann's,
Georges. Dare: Twelfth district, SIit
Ings, II. O. Ilooric: Tlilrteenth district,
Kent. Dr. (ieorro llerry, aHd Fourteetith
dlstitct, Howie, F. II. I.eiir.
CARE OF GLASS-WARE.
lluu to Wnrli Tnlilo flln, Mirror unit
Oln Otsr rtcturcn,
"h hi llmuwift.
Since It Is the fashion to ue a great
deal of glass on the tabic, the enro of It
Is a matter of rome Imporlnnco to the
hr.utekccpcr. Cut glass comes In all
sorts of shapes ncd patterns, from the
slmpKst to the most elaborate conceiva
ble, and thu designs are cleverly Iinl
tatid In pressed glass, In some case o
perfectly as to deceive one at the first
Cut glas Is vatuetl according to the
depth of the cutting, so that for the
ntiesl klcds or ware the glass mutt be
nif.de thick. The thicker It Is and the
detrer the cutting the more easily will
breaks occur; therefore for common ue
such kinds as thin and only slightly cut
are by far the lest.
In bit Ing pressed glass It I better to
select a clear kind of cood shatw th -n
Imitation of a fine piece. The pltln
glats can be kept clean more easily and
will not break to readily as the fmlta
if a glass Is tcratched by anv bird
sulstancc, such as sand, nail, etc.,
It will break very earily whore the mark
Is. For this reason It is woll to have it
small wooden tub to use only for wash
ing glass ami silver. Extremes In tem
perature frequently crack or break glass
To waih table glass make a strong
suds, having the water no hotter than
you can put your band In comfortably.
Haveanolher pan of clear waterof alut
the same temperature. Pitta few pieces
of the glass In the suds and wash each
one careful with a soft cbth; then rinse
all In the clear water and drain for a few
seconds, though not long enough for the
articles to cool or dry. Now wipe them
with a dry linen towel, rubbing rathir
haul, to give the glaas a polish. Ha
especially particular not to let the hands
touch the glass at this stage. Should
the glass be cut, or Imitation of cut. it
should be rubbed, while In the suds,
with a soft brush. If this rule be fol
lowed dally the glass will always be
brilliant, tepaylng one a hundred fold
for tbe extra labor.
When It comes to washing mirrors
ami tne gluts over picture, wipe the
frames and glass with adry cloth, remov
ing all the dust. Now dip a sort, clean
cloth In hot water, aiul. after wringing
It, pour upon it a tablespoon fill of alco
hol. Wipe the glass with this cloth
and rub with a dry piece until the sur
face shows a polish and Is free from
lint, lty adopting this rule the glass
will be made clean aatt bright, aad
wooden or eilt frames will not be dam
aged, as they ofteu are wbea soap aad
water are used.
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
UirlW4DtJ, U 2csctitry, Hut Da Nut
J-rtm Hall's eerao.
Mothers, don't scold. You can be
Brm wilbcut seobllag your children;
you can reprove these, for their faults;
j ou eaa puaisk tbew whea n if saury.
but don't get lata the habit of perpet
ually trending theai. It doee tbew as
good. The' sooa become so aicusttuHed
lo fault ftadlag aad scolding Una they
pay ao aUeatioa to it. Or, whb b often
happens, they grow hardaaed and reck
less la coauetiueaee of It.
4Uay of naturally good disposition are
luiaed by coasteat wotdlay, aad
waay a child U drive to leak
evil aaaoLiauai because there Is
ao peace at bosae. Mothers,
with their waay cures aad perpWtttes,
oftea fall iato the habit uacuaaeioualy ,
but It is a sad habit for thee aad their
chiidresi. Watch vourtelves aad doa't
iadulf e lo this uafurtuaata and oJiea
uatais-eHoasI Misuser ia addreeeiog
yoW eaildiea. Watch even the loaes
of your voice, aad above ail watch your
heart ; for we have di viae authorUy for
saytag that "out of the ebuadaace of
taw heart the taoutk apaaheth."
Just at dark 1 came to aa esweeaotts
laUts uea wad tried to go aseuad th
top, but the pic was to bruafcy, ao 1
weal around the bull, which sawawed to
urn to be about tweaty or tweaty fve
feet above my head, writes Gatoeral Bid
well la the' 'feature." Thie I suppoae to
hase beea oa of the f alWa Uea ia tbe
Calaveras Grove of akiiuoht gigaalei
or auuusaoih ueee, as 1 haveabtcs baas)
these, aad to svy own ealislaido idea
tiakd the lay of Uta iaad aad the itee.
klar aVat while ataa who ester aa the
aeoWa gsgaate (ia IsMl) of which I
tOM rsetuout woea he cajaw to vu
jatwe aiaaaaex-Mr. Heavy, you U
late mm part of aiotux
Ur. Heavy 1 have never see ibis
plev. Douu ttiUk leas iAi tbe
uuJituiL' lu iLai uuri'
Slltc lilJlu luilU'tl- l ! I lie
MATH OP AVillALfrtflX.fi.
a trtii-rtnenti item er ftve Nvy
ltear-Admifirt Charles Steedmsn dhsl
early lt evening at hi reridence, 11
O street, aged n years He had been
In falling health "for a ver He en
trrsti the I'nlrtd S'te nivri service Ih
1W, wairetlnd SertemVr 24. Wl,
and had resided in Washington for the
PMt fen vesr. He leave a widow
and five children, three daughters ami
two snns. The fnncral will take place
Monday, noon, from 5t John's Protest
aft t Episcopal Church. The remains
will he Intrrrcd at Mount Auburn, near
Boston. Two of the daughters. Mrs.
llollins Morse and Mrs. A. I Mtson,
reside In Hoston. One of the sons. It.
Ti. 5tcedmsn. is a lieutenant In the
llfgolar Army, and another, Charles .1
Streriman. I engaged In civil pursuit
Admiral Steerlman was a native of
Charleston, ft C , where he was born
Peptember 24. PI1. He entered the
Saw as a midshipman April 1, I'W,
arid mtleel In the Mediterranean In the
old frigate Constitution, and In 111 wa
promoted to a lieutenancy, and served
with distinction during the Mexican
war. In I'M he was commissioned a
commander. At the breaking out of
llie war, notwithstanding the efforts of
his friends and relatives to Induce him
to join the seceded Stnte, lie remained
loyal and rendered valuable service to
the Union. He helped Admiral Foote
In the organisation of the Mlsrisslppl
flotilla, and In Septemlier, 1861, com
manded the steamer Illenvllle, leading
the second column nt the capture or
Port lloynl, S. 0. After thnt ho
operated along Hie Florida coast, and
having lieen promoted In 18W, took put
In the blockade or Charleston, hi native
city. Until ISO I ho wa engaged In
pursuit or the Conrederate cruiser
Florida, when he participated in two
attacks upon Frtt Fisher. He wa pro
moted to a commodore lu 180(1, and was
In charge o! the Hoston Navy-Yard
horn 1S09 to 18T2. Ho was made a
rearndmlral May', ISTl.nnd retired
two years later.
MADE A BIG HAUL.
The riillnitrllililn Pollen Unnturn 11
Jinn- Who Opornteit lloro.
Lsst night "llory" Slmm. nllasWIl
kiv. one of the most daring safe crock
ets In the country, was arrested In Phil
adelphia and ix quantity of the
propctty stolen from Frank
llnfia'a store on the night
of October 11 recovered. It Is thought
th;t Slmm had confederate with him
here, and the Philadelphia authorities
feel satisfied that they will be able
vcltliln a few days to apprehend them.
Mr. HolTn Is now In Philadelphia, and
has already identified some of thu
watches and other booty found in the
Detective Dome left for Philadelphia
this attettioonand will probably return
with 51 nm s to morrow. It Is expected,
though, that thu latter will make a
lgorous i Hoit to obtain his freedom.
Slmms has for a number or years
operatett nun some of me most expert
safu brehkersand burglars In the country
and the Philadelphia police authorities
think they bae bacgcel the leader of the
most dangerous gang In thecoiintry. He
served fifteen vear In the Vermout
prison. anil Iscrodlted nlth having "done
tine" In New York. Ho Is a machinist
by trade and has done work for a sire
cotnjiany. His services have Ireen re
quited In many of the big robberies.
Messrs. Home and Mnbnn, who have
been at work on the Iloffa case, have
been satisfied all the tlmo that the
woik was done by either Ilaltlmora or
Drclnlonii In thu Vlrault Court.
The following adjudications were
made In the Circuit Court this morn
ing. Justice Montgomery preslding
Weddell vs. Cabell, demurrer to plea
overruled: Trotter vs. Spragtie, Judg
ment by default, set aside; White vs.
Iturch, motion to cancel order of settle
intut overruled ami plaintiff's motion
for Judgment and costs granted. Proctor
vs llrull, motion to put on calendar
denied; llaxter vs. laallack, motion to
quash, Harriet J. Woods vs. vestry of
Trinity Parish, jury sworn.
Orphunt' Court l'roeectllnc.
The following proceedings took
place In the Orphans' Court to day.
Justice Bradley presiding: In re estate
of Lena Herfurtb, deceased, final
notice issued on motion of George J.
Hessler. administrator, appointing
Friday, December I'i, as the day for
settlement, eetate of Horace F. Page,
will returned duly executed with two
detpositioBs, estate of Stedman C.
Chubb, proof of publication filed, es
tate of William II Devers, withdrawal
of exceptions to first and final appeal
nled, estate or Kiihu llo.ford, will re
lumed duly executed, estate of Sophia
Tailor, petition of Albert K. Johnson
for probate and letters testamentary
A fair trUl uf Hood's SaraaparilU for
serofula, wit rheuw, or aa; affection
'aasd by iaioure bleed, or tow atatu of ttut
jUkw, Ut be utatebrat to eoovtaaut ua
esui uf lb- Mil, trior aiul ieeultiw eurllv
powers uf tats wetUeiee. ItMy it of jour
Of ugglM. 10 Ius (tee Uotlar.
WatlilBgteu !cvlc rJivhuuu
aalrs rtotiilur Call 13 o'clock at.
Trader' 3atioual Hani. 10 at V4S. W'fk.
A Ceo. K. K.. S at 3.M. Euk. and aohtiar'
Hoase K. K , 15 at m. People's Fir las.,
SO at U. (Jul. Fire las . W t M; SI at Hi.
Amer. Urapaouaofew, St) at 13; Uatll; IS)
at 18s. SO at Wi; 40 at lit; at 1!H
FurHiaatie tiuu QuiitM, itai at IH; Ua at
im, 'eaituei, tMatu, tea t ih, sail at
at. UW a l. Wasa LoaaandTnut Co.,
MJateHaaeous Boede V. i. Ktssrk
Ugbt Ut, i't, am U. S. JOecirk Ugfct.
U. ti1., lt, W. A fl- K . isVtoVs,
Kt-laa, ; W ft. Coavertttae Sis.
lie, Utumhi Hall tw't, Vs, (.' least, Wb.
Wash. Market to , 1st siort., tf, fo.
tt ash. Market Co., iuip , b , 111; iulM A
atuet4 Co., o', c !t7, -, Wuk. Lt
lidsuto, ll, ti'a, laot. U. ttaaU. U. In
fwiii,8d, r, llMH.ua. Wath. tia l-lU
Co., ar. A, 0', ItSi, Va.b. li btgbt Co ,
Svr. B, U', llts, Ujgetdc leCo . lt Mrt
ti', ; unetiutu Seeurby aad Trutt, loo
atlMal steak atovis Kaak ul WuOj
taftua, 0; Buk uf Kpuhtlc, ts. Ueiru
pull's. a. Ceatral, 0; awoud. Juo
raramu aad HetbaatLS. ;-W: CitUeu'. I To.
( utawtbia, Ksk: Capill,lt4, Meat Eu4, luu
Tradce', li; LWulu. 113.
Bailruad atoci Washiagtoo aud
liaurgmtuau, 8fit. MUuuaitji, '.Jo. Cu
tosBWs, W, Catnltul aad Kurt O atrat,
86; ff.-ity aiMl auUkjca' Hiiom. OO,
SeerKetuaiu aud rwiulJtu, 51, UriKht-aoud-
iusWume tstucka FIumso's. t. Fraak
Ua, M. McUupuiltuu, ); Xtiiwl L'ttlutt,
it, Arliu&m, it Corcuraa. aft. Cuia
Ui m, Umoaaa tmarirnii, Hat, Futosaac,
fc iWfc'S . FeoptVs. 51. Uacuta. ti.
Title laanraaee itoeks ftoal Catats
Tltk, l, Cubuaoia TtO, W, Vaideoo
ue tim, z, iiooi8auu aw, , u. .
ffectric 'tgV. 147
Ttdaphone ituxka laaarlvaaia, .
t'hsaapsake aad Futuwat:, (Hi; aawrieati
lawKaUaaeous atvet j Wasbiarititfi Mar-
kt Co.. la. Waahloua lWck alacUae
Co., 3; Unt FaUa lee Co.. . KaU
lua PaaucaiMa Co., , Xatioajl ease ta
rintt gso; WaaWatftun ate Ucyol(, l'jft;
Viablagtin Loan aiul Truat "., , ti, sta
Uuaal T)iurauw., . MttrKmitluler, ,
FLcuiuatU. liuu I miljo, tuicrii.au
bc uilt aliil llunl O Iji ll uili lill,
Hu ti i,. ij f'.j 1.1,
SBft At AN OffflitFt.
.Mhn'iCAFrnte LweWM Ufh rtel
jtrrtn tn Talk.
48t night abnwtft o'clock Officers
Holmstetrd and Kerston, while oh thsjvr
bent on fflxtecnth street, between Ij ami
M streets, found two men engaged ia t
fight. Thev trtwl to arrest them, when
one of the men pulled his revolver aa 1
shot twice at the officers. Urth men
statted to ran an ay, but Sidney Rrofc
came within the clutches of Ofilcsr
Holmsteml and he was locked no,
chnrced with dlsmrVerly cowl tret He
very positively declined to fife the
name of the man with whom he was
engaged In an affray and the one who
done the shooting.
Ilrooks ws not allowed to furnli
collateral at the station, and this morn
ing his attorney, Frank Closs, appetred
In his behalf ami demanded that he be
released on collateral, and Judge MWt
said he should furnish $10. He re
marked that the Inquisition wa not in
practical use today and he did rot
know of any way by whlcli lln oka
could be forced to tell who the m in whs
who attempted to kill the ofrlcir
FOR A GOOD SHOE
Wilson k Carr's
For an Easy Shoe
WILSON & CARR'S.
Wo carry the Ht f.lno of Patent
I eatber Shoes for Ladles ami llen
tlcmcn at SS a pair at
Wilson & Carr's
An. uju r Min:irr n. v
Waililngton, O. C.
i mill iMvi.vr iiti.ii.tioiti: sutr.trr.
VSrilECEDENTEl) 8AI.KOF I.0T8 AT
rormcrlv Knowles. on tlw line of ilioJIotro
puritan llrancli of the ll. .t U. lt. It.
The Mont Ueautlftil I'lseeof IlwIilencoAlHHlt
llie elty of WutliliiKtuii.
Tlie Iut at Kenalngton I'ark are twine aol t
raphllr. Manj-jifmir te.t iltlirnn have uWm
two ur-aore. Why - Ormlwl and maoidnm
tHtt atrefti, pavwi gutters board ulilewilkn,
trrea ant trca-boxM on urery lot and riae
retMtnttanre ellenceof peroisnvnay ami
lability. Among recant purchaser are 11.
II. W urner. who ha taken eighteen lot ami
U now ernotlnz a S10.COU lioutu. wlileb will bo
a rlue aJilltlon lo tlie many liaautlfal rel
tlenees tliere; Jlr. Uultoln, the well known
patent attorsay, ba purcasfttl flltaati Utit;
BnglBerII II Looker, two lot); E. 11. Oark,
two lotuMr. TraMlell,ieT)u loU; 1). P (ill
lwrt. U I. Wolffe. u. B. Mlioliall, w. tt.
Mnraan and many otlwrs. Mr. MoCom m, tlw
well known ami popularilrugglat of itiUolty,
wtllabcrtly build a dreestoio at ttwlUrk.
Tlw contract ban been siren for the ereetloa
ol a beautiful depot at tlm 1'ark.
I'artle bujlngat Kesloaton liave poaltlve
aniurance thai wliattrtr inonej aiul enwjy
wilt accoBipllnli wImu combined (hall Im aim
trlbuteil to tbe ut-ceMof Kentlugtnu and
bring It to tte front rank of all suburban
To tbe rent paying peop'e ami tbote havtsx
a few dollar to re eat h motli we wcHtld
say jiut a word liou't let aaotberweek ra
er jour loadii will out sveine Kenklngtua.
Select a site for a noaoe or lay tti louodatkm
fur a rafe and good Investment without de
lay. Call to nt u at once, tint ticket and
so out to Kenlegtoa. Ixt at all wlce fro
JS(UuptoSto. klMofiot fromS.teDfmtt to
l.l tquara feet. Bur on tbe crouwl floor.
Tolite taleeu will accompany partle to
Easterday & Haldeman
l 0(18 P STItUI'.T.
Dkectery of Lawyers ai Law firms.
tat I) tsraet B4tkiwt,
Waahiaatoa, 1. C.
Weaater Law HutUfau;.
NsisUeaea, IWi Q aaseat aortbweet.
Sal aaal M Si st., cauaer HatbUao, aaar
uassfcaaa a.sa-, waaalaasea, 0. C
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MONDAY. NOVEMBER 17.
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