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THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE D, 1890.
The Daily Critic IfihrHat WtiMngt'n. tti TrAaHHttVtfJJI CHItlO MPAM, OFFI t : J13 D STRMT HORf II WIST, WASHtSSTO CtTt, ft. C. TBHM8 W MjMtMPflUM. Br rroi! irot pTrH!, 1 $ laMSMB W C"rMntneen. lawntn HIICMIIC wo street, Washington, D. r. Wwiinotos, 0. C. int , 1MH. nl.oSEL, ltJSASS EXl'LAlK. olonl Ten Bevae's eaptaaatlrni es ) 'air. everything ncept kit decllna I r which, m we nmreTstafrd It, Is the rlv thing the country Wishes to hare fN)!nlnc1. After reeding tbe Colonel's I I m limation e haovr why he dislikes 'Ht r Reed of Pittsburg, why he made ') " fight for the nomination, nod a good iny other things of more or lew lm i l'fini i'. But we do not know, nor. In tin rrlonof the Colonel's statement in fote it,, does that gentleman enlighten i ty o much as one word why Mr. 1'nyrc, nftcr having fought for ami lilvcd the nomination. Immediately u Unfinished It In faror of a person whoe name had not been mentioned In . mention. This, with the utmost respect, I the cnundrum now before the country, and this Is what the Colonel, If he mans to explain anything at all, bal better elucidate at once. Nobody cares Tthftt he thinks about Rdltor Iteed. Nobody ram about the motirea that Actuated him In peeking the nomination. The fait Is that he announced lttmelf . n tandldate, securer! a conrention ipon that Issue, ami then gave away the ! ruination to a gentleman of whom the -rttr'nt the primaries had not heard. iiiul tor whom there la no reason to lie ifi they would have voted. These v ters naturally want to know why t lonel Itayne transferred to another Me nomination which he pretewleil to wint for himself. Why don't the ol'nei tell them? 1 NTHUS1ASTIC AND W.Oltll). ."' inmereio. a newspaper published. .t 1 una, South America, In Its Issue of tlie .'(1 Instant imlulges In some rhan- 'l n the protected international i i 'i ml It designates the project at i 1 1 i t the most brilliant conceptions of i International American Congrats. m '.in the blen to be of Itself so mag- t i i.t An to stagger the mind, and In f. iin it reader in an ecstatic style of ripliion that "the Congress at "Wellington, acting In that centre of life and activity where the genius of industry has readied the summit of the !nentte and the audacious, has lent Its enthusiastic approval to the pro- After a night below the aloud through a few jwragrantis, Kt Comr- tv throws over some ballast and shoots i p again, declaring that "the Imagina tion is dazxled to conceive this railroad with Its advantages and acquisitions, v.jilnf Itself above what has been un til now the Industry of traniportatloa;" let luring also that ' to detain Itself riitnlthstandiatt, to consider the Utn ian aect of the Idea, one cannot for-fc-tt the great enterprises of the century .c 1 the amazement In which motl ni art continually maintains us through the medium of its great Mirprie, more wonderful even than ile ideals of our fancy;" climaxing by -ajlug, that "In reality, the Utopiairiem f thought like these U not In the ideas Ltiusehea, but In the time which luuld elapse in order to bring tham into practice, and in ibla sense the flrat steps are also conducive and usefnl," "What this means we do not know, Imt we believe we may conclude thai it proves Bl Cmutrti to be eflih missile ally In favor of thejnstanta neons com jilt Hon of the projected international lJiln.H.1 DANqEHOUS DOGS. Kesidents of the nesrhbeeheod of II and lighieswtk streets northwest are still diacuaalng; the extraordinary pet !'. nuance of the large English aaassUf n ut Saiunlav about aooa. It has ,IrJy bee tthrahesJ beih in the. W hi I Lk xikUuglknMal this cfajr, that lt dg in iustioii lisamlly look uosiM' u ! in victeHy Rawed for wore Hi au hour on Saturday morning, i-.iiifto diiga, entwriug houaaa. awl F . nai'y UftrnrUing tint nejghhftrhial, iiiw tuth a netfetaaswee. aUewied I . -mIk uoiae ami uproar. cauM eon ut lit tmm 11 until nsairly 1.', in acoaU iiUht anJ U osss of Uur atoat potv u.oua lucaillisM) in Washington, waa 1tt.11 and stttl iiontlnisaa to be, a -'u i'h police were auwwimasl in ciy variety of screens poastbie to the Luuiia vosva. but nam tmfaaAml M n.i, ua that eirltetwssil e as U i-rigbt, and wnibi that ntnsshf was uv -i,ic oi No w aghtaainth sukiU i l g the pet wig rf the laauUr. awmat. 'i-ititched by one of the nelghhaw. t.. i.ud a policeman on thai south aide of iLc AteaviM. nsHUt th coraav of i itiiitcnih aueaa, but that very co ,rvile uiHctal retaand to baaaetere, ' n au, a he aajd. & was oat hla ben. iUic wasawhAiai irifllraTiirattil in a .un a ilanrtosw shag is fasMaHko at i -a-M whea than wanst woaaan anal , i,iiJrcu. with every pfonfaad ul hia ia r '. uiij terteue uijury u mum one, and trt bo twHiwMn couhl hn fowni h nJUg to gu to the setBU ' li tUe poMcar wsstty haw Of enw whteh i Luit their liring tht bneia uaeW -j , luiiBtatajana, mm OMMl vetue U i-uitua thai aaavh orOaaw w- ,,ii,y il. iviausi uigaanVialy u ctey uulic ibe tore la eanJeswedtj hsa4sv ,uit. li ua the koatnuy, thay have .ireuusi-aa, undae as hMsMpnaa iiM(aiat. nhey ssVuuW hiassi njhy sssi l. vmu who waa apaan4 to Uat -uiijday iluae to art? Ik di i-uastoa la hsxouria a very simunc. V ithin lsV put fe djgy tiOJuU: i aigeaoM attache hv Ltu waoV xa j iu iu lastgjcea arithin ui tnuaricdt m.Ui.u Lesuitshvnl aicadiui sswaOm W wusuMfJkA b u.vuka th auOaurtstoa. steuU b . '.. .vlvyl tr ,uucW f i tir i r !( 'ion .f him in nf, no rr.a'tfr nt whst 1n oncnlrn r to the iiwnrr of jv t or a' what cost to the rct themselves. T11R ORIAf RtVRn. The action of tin DhnSnheT of Com metre of the Utttte of Hew York, unani mously Adopting naotntlom on tm sub ject of the otcrfmrs of the Mltstwlppl River and the nrcent necessity of prompt acHoit ht the general Cmvent ment In prrwMe asiiejnnsnl protection, I slgntfteMt ami hi gratlfylBg to the advocates of the levee system of river Th resolntlorts were leported to tlw flhtmhrr hy Its Committee on th ttht btw and shipping and limy declare thai tire Chamber regards the continued owrdntr of mir great Inlantl en, the Xtaltitntjl River, carrying with tho-n loss of life and property, and devasta tion of mot fertile regions, a s na tional dlster. Hy the second resolution the Chamber rtqnetls the .resident of the l'nlte.1 States to bring this matter to the atten tion of Congress, and upon Congresa Is urgnl the wisdom and Importance of adopting promptly such mea wires as experience, the results of the labors of the Mississippi Hirer Commission ami the Judgment nf the I'nited States corps of engineers shall determine to be needed to create a permanent protection against the overflows of the river. Ami Congress Is urged to appropriate, at the present session, the money required to nt once begin and Anally complete the Improvement of the river ami the re demption of the valley from overflows. To present these resolutions to the President and to the Congresa of the United Stales n committee composed of the following named gentlemen Was np rotated: Messrs. Charles S. Smith, Chauncey M. Dcpew, Cornelius N, 1111m, Kdward 11. Atnmldown, John Sloane, John II. Inman, A. Foster Htg Bins, Itichatil T. Wilson, J. Hdwird Simmons, and Charles Wat runs. The Senate Committee on Commerce, having the subject of Mississippi ltlver Improvement in charge, will meet to day. The Smith-Depew delegation will arrive In the city to-morrow and ap pear liefore the committee In the afternoon the delegation will call upon the President. The time when the reso lutions will be laid before the House Committee ha not lieen fixed. A STJtOXG l'OINT. Cornelius X. Ullse. John Clatllti, I-kl-ward II. Ammldown, Maltlaml, I'helps vV Co., John II. Inman, R It. Tuurber and others of the largest and iiintlntlu entlal of the merchants of New York, in their address to the New York Chamber of Commerce on the subjeo of the Improvement of the Mississippi ltlver, called attention to the fii'tthat during the rtcent high waters over five millions of acres of the moat produc tive soil had lieen submerged; the poor ettlers driven out of their houses, to take refuge where the were deprived of eVery necessary of life; their sole re Hince for a living, their mules and cattle, drowned in thousands all till presenting "a picture of horrors from which humanity shrinks." Thenslyly and with apparent dlaingenuouineas they called attention to another fact that the Mississippi Valley has reeelvtd within the last fifteen years at least a hundred thou sand of colored settlers, who, stronger than the while race to withstand the malarial diameter of the climate, have creeled a vast number of little home ami have proceeded to cultivate this ex traordinarily rich soil with marvelous results, fully half a million bales of cot ton having been added by their labor to the annual ciop of the Union. "There remain in this region," continue these sly merchants, "at least fifteen millions of aerea still to be occupied, which, if freed from the terror of dreaded over flow, will be available and 1m made aiudhtrly productive." Tbta U a strong point, ami it ought to inriueuee Congress to Immediate nelleu. Certainly the majority of Con. greas cannot hesitate at a Hule expendi ture of money that wilt be of ineulahl baneot to hundreds of thousands of Southern negroas. Kven Speaker Iteed should be led by this specious presenta tion of the levee system into hearty co ooanUsOii with the Uvea fri4 of la liver, and be should Uko with kuu al hia followers who agree wish him la the shibboleth of "nUIHoua for the negro, but not uoe cent for levee." I.ks Jt rKU of HoMUM have iuat l'iitha the r vuuune ot tha rkiar iis lUegrapeacaJ headers." by 'aarias V. hung. The puUuiusta sanonare that thus vuluinse are tu cualain ail tavs "en thds of gcogm)kjr" in so connsiri aa4 vivttl a tesa thai thf can be Mad by a bright cbiht of ten in Jour w Irs at boaaa, or la wrboul, aa sunylaniaotsry issulteg, tn ayesr ThaMi Hbi vat n mas ase liaaiilltuUy priusad sad a rwally Uleatraied and canawa fait tu aUraet the e 4 datlgM Ua under stasdiag of aU ebUdreu, whether thc are used us tk aihuul rooas or at hota. Tha tok ts odd for SO ama art v y wait. It i fi.aMAir u hear that tianater lay gaiss seus aiaaaaS esaeeawy sv esaTeeaaat to thaaanits dobaasja ssnasi rajnobas ta thai saaahjhisd ceaaliabNi wsaWk aaauaaa aha of a Hcvsjbucao aaavssor be bar laMJsaalsMasVMas V CMMMft Mot IsW it VsMaM staff UsMitM )at) aWMif Usyuti 3rjy. iiMnttaW Of eUi MenHlalnaTtai. t0Ml Uf sssM etaftssasfjlftt hfS It MAfMlsW taste WtaMft 4a9sUMfHL that AsasVUi PAlBsh UMaVUrasanl eUsslat fenM MkUHa sfMatnMkenWNisn Lett ttft beiv lgm by ttt lkiMuaa asosy-aadMar has nrittan a uatsa sabj wasar ths dsaa of "The httahao UaeeaaasvT ny ane vend aaaaasao iahaaas ia LLajfkA u M JtMaajsasasMsMsaanW Unal (J tkatt "'1 ituM leytaarBBsint UsV it sa SsVasr sasriaejer spswssaFjt swei weeee st ataavna buses in the bne ur eaaasvak uieat uf a atvar. This i4auaSSM U aoeas sary to tw able futtv to uodaraland law in gesmisy uf the writer ui 4UcaUn. "Tua L'iimajiL Bi-,xun-i. bLiuo" is tmWIihad by Mono, aUJkaUy Co., Utt cagQ ajai ftjawr Timar iuisaashnMideiaalhei at a tabs aaoat cosnon-banatve - naVaethia of bnaftssCnBBaBBsUOB- t)AlCslna tfaffi MhVsVsMasi IbIUbM jH4sf bature frintoe bangs mi the ooaeaa of one Utuk." b tmuin aha yfcauees of soaen ur tbjkiof aba baa kaosru ptepen m the couaarf. The booh la sulai bg atsnuTigtilon urn siiuEai aorbg aojMsaojmrary rsiiia saWwuu uf hVaasVag Witouo hgjhee e etaaiahane taaahhaaiut aha aaasnarofshalitaasoaUU- laiaaadursheg uihl ui titm aa " uiau uA miport air. Atk.i.-ut UMMdis lo ,'K ui Foia..yl- fti.m J ii ion 1 I . n , i v n m '' t t tMpp. !ri ti 'nrT" f 'hr urn' r watfrm ion nnil the Hfoiu'' ir wilier wmilti ibrreby te promoted Of row ? thlt net tlet IL The Sfttithtrn wAtenvelon ftrtd tin fWrt-troriciI pHnrat tnt Mtrontt tits rMttt forrtft of rltllfftttMi r ft ti too Bfstorlotis f9ft irHsWfrMrt tlwrt tVir win fMtef.1 wttfi notfcfnf Tm thtn freight 4tpt on Penntyltinfn nvefm, totether WttB )1 tfl fetcffltlW Mn eWCWilsWi ttttt tnte ttTiTit rorfwrtWoH iffwUt9 ilfldWitinf, Tw 8otrtlMrt rtifitibwt of CovijI'Ka will bantly Ittftflftte ftr tW. WTtiii Lonntns. "Yes. I neffsrethe Bensewtrtpass the Senate Ml! mekhvr the aaflrjD,naJ ppr.v piiitlon for the (alveston deep water eebeme," remarked Colonel r. B. Kllfore Intlie JoTihy ot the Metropolitan: and When we seem the deep water yon wilt tee a notable Increase In the trade of thi nthwest. The entire Western country, Irrespective of politics, is forthe vheme. The only rppolthTn that may he raised In the House Is the large spprripristlnu. hut then only a mllltan dollars Is avatlahle annnnllr, to Tevss will not racetve the en tire snai In a Inmp. WbylsM year Texas received stout I.!W0,oW! fnr rlrers srnl hsrtmrs. huf In the Mil thst ltseri the llmie this time we only get MW,ono, and with the million for the deep-water scheme, yon see it's only a little mere than what Teres laeetved last Con tress. The effeet of deep water at Oalverton will he to simplify the entire mode of trans portation of imports and exports, and the farmers will find an outlet for their prod ucts at a mall cost. The iteep-vrater measure Is a companion scheme with the unit Sie Marie t'snal, which Is of ss mitch Importance to the Northwest as (talveston I to the Sontfiwest." Colonel Kllgore has lieen talking up the deep-water scheme all winter, amine feels confident that It will pass the House hy s Isrge majority. Hon. J. C. btnhlMof fan Francisco, third vlce-prseident of the Southern I'le Ilall itiad, srnl lion. !. C. Martin of Oakland, Csl., arrived here yestertlar evening Ami recistered at the Arlington. They are caned here to look after some very im portant matters before the inter-State. Com merre Uommlssion. U. A Statsforth nt London, Kuaknil, Is stopping st the taneham. Mr. Stsssforth Is an Knglfsh touriet. lie says that Watli Ingtou Is the handsomest and cleanest city be has thus far had the pleasure of n Kiting. Hniry W. Mayer and John llitbop, jr., New Yotk;T. K. Solomon, Arliona Terri tory; Thomas A. Davis, Msysvllle, Ky., amis. W. Scott, New York, are at 1l lsrd's. .I.N. Craig slid wife ami 31 Is Ztillaka Weenu, Texas, ami V. K. Healy, Urhlge imtt, Conn., are stopping at the llsn ilslt. Dr. .lolio A. Irnln and (leorge Dsy, New York; It. B, (Iihm'Ii nnd wife, Chteago, niHl Ktthurt It. ltlehoptjr., Iloston, are registered at the Itlggs House. Hen. (J. A. Ituekley of San Kraiiclsco, better known on the coast as "Wind" ltuok 1T, the Democratic Moses, Is at Welcker's. , Mr. Buckle) I on a pleatnre trip, but In- cnientainr to we me iieiuoeraiie memwr from California ami have a talk about the political situation. lis thinks the Demo crats u Ml make It exceedingly Interesting tor the Kepuhl leans this fall. Hen. K. n. Kshelhy of Cincinnati arrlveil this moriilug and registered at Weloker. He Is mill to tw Iters on ptdlMeal Imslnees. (luy It. Johnson, Longdate. Va.: K. l.omUitil and '. (i Irani, ltfayette, I.t., ami K. 1.. HiismII, Miiklle, Ala., cams In tbb morning and registered at WormUy's. K II. lllnton. Dallas. Texas; J. (Uiilly. Corsleaiiu, Texas; Max Adler, New lluveg; ltituh Truntinaii ami S. II. .Heilge, New York are at the Arlington, Hon. "Muraw" IUUtead, the ill.tln gultbed New York corresfKmdeut of the rinclubstl Cuiitmncial (intete and wlttor of the Ilrookliu Standard-t'nioit came in late Saturday evening and reelstered at the Arllrittln. He accrwtlted himself to CI n uinnatl. Ills autograph Is not iptlte mi bold ss It use to ba, altlioiitli any one can tall at a glance that the Jiitborls aafutlof pyro tecbnles a ever. HereturHs this afternoon to bis Nfooklyu am:tiim. Henrt A. Krocket, Alabama, Mrs. Klmlra Jenkins, California; 1). J. Htdlsy, St. Louis; C. J. Saunders, New York: C. A, Mootev, Jsebioevllle, 1a.; II. W. I.autar, Miss S. Hasleburtt and Miss Mary Hur roughs, rUlllmore, are aatont: tb prowl uent guests stajiiHg at Mm Arwo, Paul V. Mabn,Spokami Kails; (bar!, A. latlln and W. A. MIUikeB, New York, are at Cbajuberlatn's. Calami I 'ampball LaaWe of Furt ismttb, Alk., Is at tb Hotel Jofaasou. Cokniel Lsnore It tba only survivor at the wan wba worked through Congresa tins caiabratad Cbotaw claim. Tba Colonal Is now an eagad In tba cattle Imsiuess, ami Is oae of the largaat laud owners In tbe We.. lis says the title of I attleKtugis fast dying out, as to many iji1 are ssgaging lu tlie bul uM. Th paopla, be a)s, are ralslag gnar cattle, and therefore tbe herds are smaller. Tbe rtiatvaliou if not solargeasforaiarly on account of tbe growiug satllameuU, S. Hirscbe, New York; E. J. Ituck, St. Louis, sad WlllbuH H. tiaiu, Iruehburg, are registered at the Hotal Jobosou. Abdrew Carnagle, Jr., aud F. F. Vauda vort, PiUsburgt Dr. II. p. Amok, Kostou, sad Usb II. Hoots, Little Roek, are suy ing st tbe iiborebaa. Autoug tbe arrivals at tbe Kbbitt this HMtrniug ar V. F. Hubbard, H'aeaUng; Jao. ft. Froetor, Frankfort, Ks. J. Raod, Boston; I)aU J. Hull and wtAj, Cbieaflos J. F. Cawk, tbUadainbtai K. J. hbak, MiiuibU, sad J. J. Hott of SlatasvUla, W. F. Hasnjersna, Uxwgton, X. C; II. II. Itadve. Baasnii; aVabert abMladge, iat. IiuJs, and Walk F. Bwaifnwl. Mam, Va., are MgisUrad at tb MrtronoiitaH. Mr. Charles Tayktr Uraady.aantor and utuyrtelor uf the Timtt, KoMunVs, Va., and liau LUIfc Urandy of Neeih Cartduw arval laaafsl is4WsMsasUfcMo Jamas CsasuiwU, rtahwKi W. C. Ma Uawy, Hilhphaa. ajeiW.ll. Falrbaiik. Sum York, are staying al ths Howard G. H. Uaahaa.nv. U ttasif, G. U. acou and K. J. moo: L. . niatnarth. Ms Dons, FhahMieMsaa, anal Mat. J. waath ajef casiahasi, ao Fraaa-swo, are al the 5u- . U. WbJtaao. Maw Uik U. J. Fkaod, rrfBaskfrh)i. if. F. ""tV Kl miaa. SL Y-; fssaWnr tlaiay Biaw Cossta, aba. tkdjmf W. fmmml Was Usl Psubsew, Iraoktysv, ase at tha t- Jaasa- PEXSQNAL. baa taugki aU bar aT'iasaiaiiajritaat to saasa i. and sal han is aut one bus buys tkasa Mgaissasfer bar The ling uf tav bclgUu rwasniy Uaa- Jftl lJHBb ttilA tO mML UMAMAt ta Uuaan Vkaoria a tioaviuot mnsaurlog three feel aeroas. The affairs of aaM seal haantry oo our r roaynad haeaVad naiaaaboiav Mr. Yukaa. Urn fathar of tba eeteew faauif 3 uf ahal naaaM, snad ba lMahna at Jjjyago J7i. aj a stmaam itimMmm, the day paored to ba the aiMMaccatf gf the daalk of nla son FrasV bUaa oaswart, a ouou-b gut uf Cuaeiu uati. wa a few year ago yUitvmliwi of the cealaurani daslaaonl oa the Wuauui's Exchange at a mmU steeMy salary. a)heodto aiaWm ace aow ruav uteg a reataaraax uf tbair uwu hi iba Obaaa barufCiaeemima Hiilbfang, suMaBthageasui kWjm a ft- Tbay fuzniab but oneanaai a day, bom '. n- w 4 u. m. It ia a bu ueas saao Uuseh. ind thoir saascesa ahowa Mm wesif nasi oi we casditaaV" e4avh b i J.asn Kwasa Xuueg, tuxnaA fauiu a etorU a tuuj- vu Jiimm Oocdun U LuOadillakas UAxarbaaVaaajaM w ttLiaaannianve sasoasi hm kbw v. $MM ilJOaMaaWliarsnaBBBMnV sv VflWWlsW tk ttasbiigsoa rbaejapgper ctwawrariiaw, iH marty Min- Ba'.ufi of Loui.iIlb Ltt U. jLQ Uaiisi tiesori ofvaagW. iissiay mag mmiumt- eiehag jwatwr sTeniiiifli sawahai HARHIci'N s Cf'L' RED FRISNDS. Indiana Nearoes Joining In the tlen erat Ilt-Peellnr. kw " ork, June i.-A sfMM th" WorM from Indlanapolh, inalittkty The colored people of tBt sfy are cntrerl by clrculsra Itsrred yHnty to fireet m masse at tire 9aagaajj BBaajst Church on Wednesday eveiitagj Mm to arropt resolutions Tn the tntertstwl the colesetl race." This meeting Is called by order it the Ministers' Vnlon nf the ftettaaJtet attd Baptist Churches, who after a travagh consideration of every polet It the slfnstron. glre their heajtyltrdigleiwiigt The He. ?f. A. Seymour, secfahstj of the Ministers' I'nlon, saH: The PrWdent Is from this city ami Sta'c, yet the colored people who hold the bal snee of power have not been leuugBffanl in anything like the manner It was utwilaal they shonld be. We do not ss fw those offices they sre incspable of ftlltne. hot wo do think they onght to have the same oppr tnnftlf k in proportion to the votes they eat ss the whites, snd we pmpoe to AM out Jnst where we stand In the RepnMlean party. Vf. A. flweeny snld: 1 havf lor some lime hesM romptslnts among the colored people about tbe treat ment They hsre received when they have applied for positions which were pnmtfsed them daring the campaign. They feel that after the work they did they shtmld not be compelled to crawl on their knees np to Ike throne snd pray for their Jnst dues. 1 tell yon, lr, tbe colored vote ot this connty ami State Is the balance of power, ami the colored people were never more tbonraably organlred In behalf of the Republican patty since (leneral (treat's campaigns than they were when Harrison was the csndlilate. They are pretty well disgusted now, how ever, snd I ilonbt If they ever consent to be ilnped again. lam trying to take my medicine like a man, but I tell you It's preltv-hsnl to do. I wouldn't say a word If It were not for tbe fact that tbe little, one-horse white politicians about this city, wbope Inlnence doesn't amount to any thing, have been put In charge ot the dis tribution of offices Iiere. There, seems to tne to have been a studied disposition on tbe part of -the President ever slnee bis In auguration to Ignore tlie colored man, snd he has created a spirit of unrest among our race which will not be quieted easily, U'c bare always listened too much to talk, and I am very glad this meeting 1ms been called, liecaiue It will result In an or Eanlistion which will have for Its object tbe advancement of tbecotored race polit ically and every otltcr way. Understand mo, f do not mean the organisation will work to Injure tbe Itepiibllcau party, for tlie benefit of Hie Democracy; but It will work to benefit the colored race, even It It has tn help kill tbe Itepubtlcan party to ac complish tbe desired end. I want to say totou.tob, that the colored people donl think lien Harrison Is tbe Itepiibllcau party by a long shot. A NEW PLACiTfOR BLAINE. Tliti Secretary nl Stnto Slnr lleeoma h (Irent Hunk l'renlilciit. The latest on tilt concerning Hremlcr lllalnc, says a dispatch from Washing ton In todsy's Philadelphia H$cml, slates him for the presidency of the grand International three Americas bank, capital t2o,000,u00, which under the recommendation of the recent I'tn Anteriran Congress Is now before Con gress for a charter, with the Premier's frit-i.ils named as Incorporators. Il Is hardly probable that there Is any truth In this rumor, although It com us from a very reputable souri't1. coupled with the statement that Sir. lilalne will retire from the Cabinet nfter the elec tions, and have the headquarters nf the new scheme located In New York with Hie view to making political capital in the pivotal State. AVIth a capital of $8.'i,000,XX), the possibility of subsidlxed steamship lines to South and Central America, tlie I'aii-Americait railroad schemo In fair ptospeet of fulllllment and a liberal commercial policy toward the Southern republics quite posslblu, tho bank might wield groat intluence and Its president reap rich rewards. PAST-WRITING REPORTERS. llrj.l)uy Feata In AiuerlcH t'on sltlsrril I'licnomanal In llnelantt. The Knglinh newspapers are dis cussing with gravity the feat of a re porter for the London 7Vm, who turned out on the typewriter in two hours 0,000 words of "copy," says the London correspondent of the Clncln null CvwiiitreM UauUe, It Is held up aa h rare journalistic feat, and the Eng lish press is making much of It. Here in Cincinnati it has beau fre quently done, and It was thought so much a matter of course that it received no mention in tbe press. There are re porters on tho stall of tbe UommtfeUl UaulU who have frequently dose that which the I jmdon papers describe aa a -feat." There are 2,300 worda in a column of solid nonpareil typo in this paper. Governor Foraker luatle a speech in this lawn one night ami the reporter for tho CotniMtrdul UuiMI who reported it transcribed hU shorthand notes of the speech ia sixty-tlve mlnutea. There vi ere just l.0)0 wurdaof the sneeeh. llerlvutiuii or Oravat, 'ivm Iht I'ty i, audi I kiuHwit. Cravat ia a corruption of CraUai or Croat. It was Introduced Into Franco by some Preurk oahcors on their return froui Oenoany in 1TW. The C-roats, who guarded tbe Turkish frooUera of Austria sad aetod aa aeeuts oa tbe hanks ot the army, wore linen round their B:ki, lied ia front, and the ofhVrs wore Muallu or atlk. Whan Praaoe or fonUaai a regiment on the model of the Croats thsaas noon neek cloth wore lod tassal. and tho reeriinsert wos entiesl "That Uoyal Craval." A ma far SUe biutlta. trum Uu l'fo it, I'tUuruttk. The Alaaawea HoubllcaW hove nnttgaieU Stole ikhid Ktoeut aa a raid on the money bags of that Satioual BoamhisreJi (cwunltioe, this action hat noaitivtUv no tdanlawanca. -Sfheduv beMa Rouubslcan nolstielajM wli epjaoshtad. Boas (uay will not waaut aay o wa rax on tneui. ue wvanaoty puu tt whore it wtu do uui aaoat gooo. The UwtMtcu' tV IIsIim u Sugeat tM mi tin -ttw i'ufk " -Thia fajkigg att nsghf on the ahaaav Lm car h a ihawe." aald the Haw. Ur. Boiua. "jjahniy eaeiloaaaate'' Just you task a fcfJe waJaeJohn.'' sshiesvlle. Thaty'kl aat a to aiaiae dfkf " senWeifJP aUfhnegfJJ Off pBMff from HhhiUi. Yuuhawe ttavsaaag ertaWajvaay is ywflT.ntiL 1 U4defaskffsi, ylf- uaaaaaaaaa'' Quale rulvey. a!-71 WesL do they Hm hao fas Pegat?" Xo. we get tluat m ahai Whhna" It uuth ba koasr has gosdeo smw 6fk,sw' ! To aaiae aha haatt--o isVaek taal Tew the wtmwi the w, tyic m. hiABf sna kaaxtfa uuui fefd. IrlsaXoatlJatuT' 44 ywath of siaaa.Ws usval, Ktfkaoia he) ihag hart. kaaTeaahaa hlfe asavaamara 4onu nDssa sKeiB avwa w xurKsa, setheart "if outa but knew. ' i..ittwn nw '. STAGE FRIGHT. l lect of tin Abetire of ltnrnt Cork on an Old Stater. Firm thr .Vfir Vcr .9m. When Hngnry lwrpliji1i, thw . lme mlfistrel, aftseajfenl at tlw illvjaja- viv Theatre fit IiOiig Brunch em iron- 'iv nlcht In "Keep It Park" he ected . i v strangely. It was hia first njraesr- im c without hrtrst cork. He am not - i m tn face hia audience. He kept nine tohWe hrs hands, ills actions wm o pronounced thnt a reporter re oh i 'i to find out what aired him. and oncl)t an interview with the evmln strcl in his dreing rtwm. He asked Ikmtihcrty If he would mind telling the Svn - nsders how he felt In a white face, "That will he a hard matter Tor me to do. You see the change wa so nov-el to me that I did net htrow what to do, and evervthlng seemed Mnrrert to me. Jty lines went out m my mem orv, and hml It been a flrat stage ex perience 1 should have been a total wreck, bwt the memory of my former triumph came to my aM and enabled me to gag thirmtrh the part. "What larthered me most were my hands. Whenever I caught sight of my while fingers I Instinctively pnt them behind my back or drew them np my coat sleeves, fometlmea T did not catch sight of them until half way through a speech, ami then the rest flew out of my memory. The fight lasted the whole of Hie first night, Init on Tuesday the feeling hml departed, and when I went on I was all ttaht. The while h amis passed unnoticed, and even a glimpse of my uncorked face In a looklng-gtaee did not alTeot me. The stage frlelit has gone now, and no matter what part I may lw called upon to take I shall never lie disturbed again." WHERE THEY USB TOWELS. Itetween I'oiir and Tire Thmmnnd YVmlicil Unity nt tho Ills Hotels. "Do you ever wash your hnnds nnd face In the washroom of a big hotolT" asked a curbstone speculator of a Chi cago Ktening JVetM reporter. Tho question was n singular one, to say the least, but ntt alllrmallve answer was returned. "Well, If you have, did you everalvc a thought to the great number of towels that arc dully med? There must be at least 1,000 soiled toweh sent to the laundry dally." To discover just how many towels were used dally In a big hostlery tho reporter visited tho Grand I'nclllc Hotel. From tho head of tho laundry It was learned that on nn uvcragp between 1,000 nnd S.000 towels wereMally soiled and washed. The washing process Is simple and rapid, for tho reason that most of thu towels arc only wrinkled when so tit In. Men ruth Into the washroom, cool their hands and dry them on the towels. I'ne latter arc not, strictly speaking, soiled, consequently all that Is necessary is to run thim through the dryer, or rather combination wringer-dryer, and there you are, So great Is the Importance of this one feature of tho largo hotels tint a man Is engaged especially to look after the towel department. At the I'ulnier House the foiemiti or the laundry staled that tirubnuly . XI towels nuuwl cverv day. At Hm other hotels almost as large a number was given. SIZING UP THE EOHO. Soleiitltlc Mraiureuieuts.iif the Trin HilMlnn uf Itrlltcteil Sound, "Did you ever figure on the exact dlittanco that one may be removed from a reflecting surface and yet hear thu echo of his own voice?" asks a writer In the Ht. Louit lltjmblif. It li said that one cannot pronounce distinctly or hear distinctly more than live syllables in a second. This gives one-tilth ot a second for each syllable. Taking 1,120 feet as the velocity or sound per second, we have ftM feet as thu distance sound will travel in one fifth of a second, Henee, if a reflecting surface la Hi feet distant the Initial sound of an ut tered syllable will bo returned to thu ear front a distance of 112 feet. Just m the net syllable starts on Ita journey. In Ibi case the first fifth of tbe sec ond Is consumed In the utterance of a syllable and the nest fifth of tbe second in hearing its echo. Two syllables would be echoed from a redacting sur face 3'.' I feet dlstaut. three syllable frpui Stl feel, ami so on within the limit of auob!enefts. It Is evident that a sharp, quick sound, the duration of which U only one-tenth of a second, would give an echo from half the distance, or fifty sis feet. The above eatinuUw are for a tem perature ot HI degrees Fahrenheit, at which the velocity of sound U a little over i,ii zeei in a seeomi. tub velocity of sound when the tuoreury standi at freealng is 1 ,0fe'0 feet per second. Struck a Sunken Koek, The wbaliaa; bark Lancer, whioh left San Francisco la ' November hut. is reported to have been mat in the Japan Soa. The bark belougwi in !sew lied ford aad was cowmawled by Captain Ckmdaad. Sew was bound for the Uholak Sea. She-ran further south ia April last, and while follow Wis a school of whalos ran upon a sunken rock. The vewel wee badly sprung awl hiaUo water freely. Hy the sesitlaBfir of the pumps she was kept afloat unlit she reached VlatUvoaMock, where it wa discovered thai her injuria were too grant to he repaired. She wa tub! aud ucokotv up. Tie captain and crew shinned oat othaw whalers is port at the tiase. Up Hy Kad .Igoat. A tehsgraau received at St Load front Mhe4a-Jlotto, We,, statoa that a mail carrier, est route to a wine near thai piaeat with $, U cunsasey. was suddeady bteatght to a haft by two aaa who had thgr face tauarieied with four sacks. The aaa held revolvers and placed thaw to the casraex's head atui dejuaastod the toWjaty. which was give uf sad that aaaar anode their escape. It is said the asnaaj' was coavaiguod to thai owaawa of Tifjia li Muni aid was to be used to day to paying ojl thu aeiaw. KIM Munmis'lur Hatud" ttvm ttt June ia ad. The sueaiioai of eetawaaed c-uMhsaa-IjMeaViaa who as waaaadfaaUy raiiivaaad tmm the paaas UnHdeait to the Lee ajataae sflau i Uvaled to lave fact that aamfaser cHmI is luauav ua. VLiat tyusoaa sajaajaannaBjpav . apasBpr s w aee psssavv el ahe KvJ 4tadeaaf have beat, sanisd aj M a reoel. JUat u haUto -IU H'aiM (4MS. i.. UW Umtivil m. A uavbtr of Of Idlrtf la) to aid the haatfaaa. 1 gut uaa k fkaUval ana early wreJfekS)tos1fhj a tbe a& jaaaeaV MuMjtu' staaekt. fji shank hhm aa canamaaV sanaw' ip eaaafw fsajwvsr snBBf BBBy PfaeHBpet, phnaW aveanrkh. Vhirat e I case km ajurato aa !-cK as at amass dtav luoidst" fprSSWffie; i A VICIOUS MISTiFF AT LARGE. Itesldent or n NorthwesteTn Section Greatly Alarmed. For tbe wtat few 'liys anKngllsh matttft hM been mnn x t Isren in tr nelghhwrnwid of flchteenttt and t stmts jrorthest, and by hlswctroTrt cftnlwl prmahletablc cnnsternatloli and lam ammg the rcldents tn that lo cality, lie Bret attracted attention 9t nrday, early in the day, by savagely attacking and hilling a hovnd, the prop erty of a colored man, who was peas Ing, Then he returned to tne parking on the corner and laW down nam of the children wht are acenstomerj to make the pnrk a play ground dared venture near It on acconntof the savage action of the animal, who now and then darted ont In the street and attempted to bite passers, by and horses. Shortly after 11 o'clock the dog va cated his place In the park ami went down Eighteenth street. The door of house No. I0, which is occupied by Mr. James .1. Harvey, was found open, ami the mastiff entered and walked Into the parlor, where the three small rhll drrn or 3Ir. Harvey were playing with a Japanese put. The animal paid no attention to the children, but pounced upon the pug. He seired him ami shook him as a terrier does a rat, while the blood flew all over the room ami spattered the walls and carpet ami mined a number of pieces of brlc a brac. The children ran, screaming into the street, while neighbors came in to drlvo the brute out. Sir. Harvey's son at tempted to Wat the mastiff olT, but do slsted when the enraged animal tried to bite him. The dor then ran out, nnd Dr. Jlagnider.who was passed, knocked him down, and with the assistance of oilier persons, managed to get his license number, which was 5371. lie fore the dog could be killed, however, It got away. For several hours yesterday after noon the same dog was around the nelelibothooil, Mine and snapping at people, nnd for n time was In the rear van! of .Tudce Ilicbardson's residence. Several attempts were mado to kill tho brute, hut he disappeared before any one could obtain a revolver. Tug No. 5271, which It is claimed Is the number on tho dog's collar, was taken out by Charles A. Gibson of 101 Massachusetts avenue northwost, for a largo mastiff dog The resident In the nclchbnrhood of the dog's depredations are thorouchly determined that thedan porous brute shnll bo killed if he can bo found. , Tho unusually hot weather of last week nnd tho unusual prevalence of i aides la othor parts ot thu country, have made all does, nnd especially those nt nil Inclined to be vicious, ob jects of suspicion. A larger number of ensos than Is usual, where people havu been bitten by dogs, have been re ported. At the Mercy of nn Irnmnn Man. Tho lumber camp of Warren Flint, about thirty mljes up the river from Chippewa Falls, Wis., Is reported to la at tho mercy of a vio lently Insane man, who, armed with u Winchester rllle aud other weapons, has driven everybody nut of the camp and so terrorized them by his maniacal notions that none dare aoproaeh him. lie has been In this condition for some days, nnd the people about the camp lmvo been unablo to uttend to thojr sim plest duties. When lip took charge of the camp there were several horses and initios In the stable. No one has dared to attempt to supply them with food or water, and the poor brutes ate famish ing with lumper and thirst. I'rofcMora of tlm Mujr WmIU, The seventh annual convention of the National Association of Teachers of Dancing of tho United States and Cnuada will bo held at Sheldon's Danc ing Academy tomorrow and Wednes day. A greater degree of uniformity lu tbe method of teaching is demanded by the dancing public. The association will discuss new dances Invented by Us members during the year and will listen to any Improvement that may be pro posed. It Is thought that people throughout the country will be dancing Washington measures ami steps next winter. Delegates to the convention are ex pected from New York, Chicago, Do ton, Pittsburg. Georgia, Baltimore, etc. , i'reieut to Mrs, llarrltou, A number of geatlumen, including Postmaster-General Wanamaker, Geo. W. Child, Anthony J. D rex si, and A. II, Hamilton, have given Mrs, Harrison the cottage at Cape May Point which khe occupied last summer. This cot tage is a large, old-fashioned structure, containing twenty rooms, and Mrs. liar. rison expects to go there In a day or two to arrange for the vacation of tbe family during the heated term. (loud Teiuiilars at Work. There wu au enthusiastic meeting of tbe Good Templars last night at their ball, eorner of Four and-a half street ami lVnuaylvanla avenue. Tbe ail dress of tbe evening wa made by Mr Diesaer of New York oa the relations of ebfklion to temperam-e reform. MUs Jessie Lee gave a recitation and (lea era! lUmwom) of Chicago aa interest ing drscrintioa oi the maguef in which the TeNspure la the Wesirrn metropolis operated. ltcllj:leu llxcroltes at Norwood lutl lute. The last of a tsetse of monthly ad dresses to young lad hy ihp dWeseai pastots of the city was given at Kor wod laatituto last aight hy He Dr. John U. Ktshstt of Yingnainn Cauuvh. He lolaotad as his subject "steiate the beloved Puiir. who latam much ia the Laid." The closing aaeacasag of the Korwood iBaskiUa will take place to night at the Masuoriai Church, whea eight young ladies will be graduated. SoiU ttr a HrWa. Mrs. George Marshall, a bride of four days, com wilted aadchie at Aa- alatost, Ala., by taking aw- phiaat. hate nuatreied with her tuav fjcf ftkoyt thai mamaimmt ci kai fliSv am ia a ncaa- This uuaysei gssaMHid ffaaW San aaasaaaaCeaV tsaMet sVaa atfasfiaCaaW aaaaMastf saUaV to asw rooaa aad took tiw fatal eVaw uie i'l itch to 4. f'nar 'iht iai " "IfaetMBv'' aaied fsia iaafaia te fais ifM to saVaasfag alaV sWJpsafaasas sash UWaiV' w fa JtaalaBBB. futAJuaalA BaasaV Ska apaseaasBaV sisb9bjk-pbbbbf avpvaar sav sfssw aT &PbJBsp nnW POfHUMatesT C alfMUftOa. ISsattaiiat CtiOD THING FOR THE PUBLIC. A Stesmsnip rompnny Will Itesnme A War of Ttntes Inevitable. Charles K. Crocker, general manager of the Occidental and Oriental Steamship Company, wry a dispatch from ssn Franclteo, states that arrordlng to ad vices received from the Hong Kong office, the Canadian Pacific Steamship Company hate decided to resume service between Vancouver ami San Francisco. If thla Is carried ont a war of rates between the steamship lines will certainly follow. Two vears mro the Camallan PaelnV was forced to withdraw ita steamers from San Fratrcftco becanee of a simi lar war. At that time the Canadian .i rirtilnntal fYimrmnles slened an agreement to maintain rates and keep ont of each others territory. Gen era! Traffic Manager Ilrce of the Pacific Mall ami- Occidental and Oriental Steamship Company states, with refard lo the Siwr. lines, thai the Pcnlmmla ami Oriental litre, which has always been the strongest competitor of both the Pacific Mall ami Occidental lines, contemplalea cutting rates. If this proves tnte, Mr. Rice says. trawe-Pacinc rales on through business to the Atlantic sealrtnnl will go away down. Ooluinbln llnKelifltllsts UolnR for Lnurcts. The Columbia Athletic aublJebU team leave this afternoon for Hampton, Va., to play ball on lo morrow and the next day. The following players will go: Dickinson, Blirk, Sprlngman, Green, Golway, lleall, O'Leary, Walsh, IlntterwOTtli and Jlmmls Wade. That Tired Feeling rrevalls wilb lis most enervating ami dh cowrsgln effeot In sprlnc and early summer, when tbe days prow warmer and tlie toning effeet of tbe cold air is notio. Hood's Sarsa parllla speedllr overcomes "that tired feel Iiir," whetlveroaned byclmiiKO of climate, teeson or life, by overwork or Illness and Im parts that feellne of strength and self-oonfi dencc which l comfortlne and eatlsfrlng. It also cures Kick headache, biliousness, Indi gestion and dyspepsia. NcrvoiiM Ilemliiclin "Early last sprlne I was very much run down, lid nervoin bendaolie, felt mlerable nndalltbat. I was err much benefited bv Hood's Soriaparlllaandieeommondlttomy frlcmls'-MM. J. M. Tatlor, 111B Huolld avenue, Cleveland, O. "Ilmvefora longtime been uMng tloodV Senaparllla, ami, bcllevo me, I would not be without it. Asatprlngmedlolno it Is lnvat uabto." K. A. IliH)ur, ISO Ontnilo street, Chicago, 111. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggist. SI; six for $1. Prepared ODlr'y CM. HOOD fc CO., Lowell, Mass. 100 Itosesi lnn Hollar OPflCB OP WOODWAltD & LOTIinOP, Cerser lltb and PsU. n. w. Continuation of Our Great Sale OF Ladies' We Lawn Suits, Wrappersi Waists, fie, We are still continuing our great sale of Ladies' White Lawn Suits, Wrap pers, Waists, &c. It will pay you to read these ex traordinary values; Ladles' VYblte India Lawn Sulla, with tucked skirt and waist. at.TS saeb. La4le' WhUa IwUa Lawn Suits, with fait tucked skirt and waist, sask four yards loag. aMaeh. Ladius' India Lawn MUs, tUa-pUUsd Ut, wak taalf tuakwt and teiaHBd wMb HimUeUhiT. U eaek. Ladts' latlta Laws SulU, full tuekad skbrt, wMb waM aud able sash tasked and triuuBd wttU eutbreaderv. tt aueh. Ladies' bulla Lawn aulU, skirt d yoaul ainbreblarr, full luekwl haak and aaw sSrU tuckd waist. HM eaefc. Ladlea' India Lawu MUl, uiaia aatt -braiatared box-tduMad ibiuaiasklri, saw slfla LadbM1 While Suit of Vtna Pailassw uf glmmeUM. HSaaeh. Ladlus' FtaU Walla Box nlaHad and TaeadiriUts,wUdaatbl aaart. saJSabto for moat ; its aaaat- fsitaw' Wkata Kail iuau.M nohranlat fBBBBBBBBBaaiasaBBalhlfalt atslestaaVCssHaaaa sassataVaVWaV svflaT aMaWOfaa nsM S IsaV stsaaBMau ladsaa' Walt ault of finest Pita, aa brokjered and aamalilvaad aaiausaaag, aaaaase skirt. SW eaeh- H MXfflafVfSfSaft baa alsf JajB)) Haia WanMtilebwd and law ia LaaUaa' White lliasie tea, 1st aud miMmult. la ulaatlrn to out niinanl oasaaaa-of La daw' waste iu wa win wans- aw UnhW Hew wash Wnaujiiww ana W4as,ht Mas, Ijrmn Mails. lasifaSe asaf caalawasiatetawaiMoie-ataaaa, li thraUfjsial FeaauS. W. tf JMaa'XaaataM tf Wi j widXii'iSiP ttaftaWMBlaaf lA MWaaaf shaaaaf'laaWbb 8sa,v.hVW-. Sruacb MM vjs aUrbUtli.. a. V. Astrsrarti'. THE i (VMKlVT, PARADISE FLATS, Bv nt BBARD T. SMITH. SEW SATIQBAL TMATRE. rntDAt8TRo.ns8 aipw one SlgJit Only, . t Vnrtcr the Anspiees of the COLUMBIA ATHLETTC GLOB. ffc&tci?rmo?"Fttm''- lofessor cn f . CrosrT, Asltcti i v Mo. i bersof tbeimh. . t. popnlar "engs by the Cohrmbla A'hieti o- o Orchertfa and Orchestra Circle t Drees Circle general Admission...... ...... "" ReeTvert seats can be obtained af tin- s otftw of the theatre. Inr io.ij i ' ' ALtJArStrS 8HAITB OPSHA HOT R ivenmes at f:H. !tordarMatn . L1M0HT OPERA COMPANY. In the Sew Tor calno n - - NHDJY, General Admission Heserved Seats vian.' i Mtrmar, Jane -Bt.ACK HI "-XT? NHW W SATI0WA1, TBBATBK. S 11 THK A BMT op AcriN wtf.L rnssBUT Mr. TOMUSli si In the tHbilietec cHmsroriiiti IMOSH SHAr-TBSBt Y tnei,r-at nij KK COLfMBI . TUB DIBCOVBR? OF AMKHK t. An tljftorleni Mtnanee In Tour An Tbe Initial performance of this plav l . i, occurs on the above date will l'e n'iei-n-of Importance to Wasblagten. as thi iy not on'r prodoceit the anthnr-liln of it rtay, bat will also witness Its first rrpn eu'a kn. Thonsme of Edmnml Sbaftcl rv 3 fa miliar to Kegllah speaking pentiie li the world over. He Is tho author .f tti.i finest sntem ol exprelon ever known and his books are In use everywhere In Ai"..ri a and Knmpo. Thhi Oreat lllstcrlcal Drama deals with the Discovery of America: the famous Junta Scene; the Itomanco of Deatrit, the wltcti wlfo of Columbus; the Superstition ot hi IJIIcs: the Court of Ferdinand and Isabella; tho Spanish Inquisition; Columbus In 'iMns tho Indians; the captive, Waniu: a Duel with Uows and Arrow, nnd the Home and Death of Columbus In lteantlfnl Serine The VoyagoAoross the Water will be clvcn tn thoSeeomt Act In a Magnificent Manner Ticket 38, 80 and TSc at JleUerotfs, 1110 V st. c. w. At the cloo of tlie play tho Diplomas and Degrees will bo conferred by lion John Ingttllg. initoil T HE KEOLIHN. Is tbe Greatest of Alt Musical Instruments Iloeati'o It performs any music from n walta or a ballad to an overture or a symphony more beautifully and. more nearly perfect tban any other single Instrument. Tlio Aoollan Is not mechanical, but tho manipulation of It Is so simple that a person can learn to play It with from one to three weeks' practice. Tour lilt to see IhN In strument will be esteemed a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, W5 PA. AVK, fol Agent for Ste;away and Othe Urn Class rlanos and urgan. 1JXCCHSION1. The Mount Vernon AND MAII8HALI. HAM, STEAMUOM COIII'ANY. Ou and after JUNE 1. 1890. the new Iron and steel steamer, CDA1ILU3 MACALESTEIt, will leave her wharf, foot of SEVENTH st. for JIOUNT VE11NON and MAIWIIALL HALL as follows; FsrJtOUNTNEnNON-Ereryday except Sunday) at 10 n. m and iLaop, m .returnlnis at " nnd ) p. m Taisengera can rrmain nt. JIOUKTVEItNOK until second biat leaves If desired. Fare, round trip, St Including ad rolnlon to the Mansion and iroumls. Elo gantcafa on the beat. Steals and Ian tic ierved promptly. rorMAltsllALL HALL-Same a- MOl ST VEllNON trhcdnle for week days. OliSUNDAYH at 11 a. m.USO andGp in., returning at 3. BJ and b p. in. On FHIDAY8 and SATUKDAYi-, Spc la! lloonllght Excursions down tho liver tu INDIAN HEAD, touching at MAHSIIALL HALL going and returning, leaving U alding ton at 6:80 p. mi, reaching city on re xxn. at 10 p m. Meals and lunches at all times at JIMt SHALL HALL ltsstaarant. r-aroto JIAltsilAl.I. HALL and return. 25 cents on any trip; children, between o and M years, in oimts. The popular and reliable steamer V.V. COKCOltAN will wake her river landing a far down aa QLYJIONT, landing at MAK tiHALL HALL going and returning, ieavtoi; her wharf dally at 10 a. m, returning at 4 p. ro. Hound trip, US cents. Sunday trip of the W. W. 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