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TTIE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE IT, 1890.
The Daily Critic Tic Ontg Prmofrtitft Pnilf Pfifmr Pnb Ituhtit nt W(thingtn. amKy vapumo ST TWk WASIIIJfflTOH OKI tJC COMPANY. rFFITt: H3 D STftnMT wCfcf rllf MT, WAMISWim CffT P. f. TMUI8 Of St'tWlMP I10S. By mall (riostaire rrersaMfc 1 year H i month " Carriers In ttw efty. lnwrnth ss MS II tWt W'AMiiswTWt. C. C, Jitm 1?. 1990. MISSION AMY WORK. nf cmrw, every borty Is shocked noil f i ii v( il when vfofoncv I done in a mil Mortar? by the barbarians, to sam whom 1 c litis left horn and country fur bi lilrd. But A (treat many people Ml te um'e island why the missionaries should lnIt rn going among praple who don't want tin m. On what ground, for ex ample, do they go to Japan? Japan Is a prrat and prosperous country, with a ehlllsllon, a literature ami a soctat structure of Its own, with laws and a religion which give them perfect satis faction. What right has the cut side world to meddle with the .Tornncse and to contrive the revolu tion cf customs and observance which meet their wants entirely. If a Hud llilt adept were to Invade Jfew Kng land with the proposition that the good Puritans there are steeped in Ignorance and galloping straight to the perdition cf unbelief, those meek ami lowly Christians would rise and fall upon him and tear him limb from limb. Why should we feel sttrprise If onr rellsloiM cmNatlcs who must affect such people ns the Japanese, the Chinese ami the Hindoos very much as their mission aries would affect us, are occa sionally treated by tlicnt exactly as thtlrs would be treated by us? It would appear that a vast deal of energy ard time and money, to say nothing of life, Is wasted In these crusades for tho redemption of foreign peop'ee, es pecially In view of the fact that the heme field of Christian endeavor Is so krgc and so inviting. - - m - - - KNFOHCE IT 5TMCTIA. If the Kecd-Lodge-ItoweU Election 1 1ll should become a law which, for the take of the South' prosperity and Hair, we hope it may not there Is but i cr course for the Democratic party to rumiv and that is to stand Arm for its Mi'ct and literal enforcement. Imperially should Democrats do this at tie Uortli. This infamous bill ha 1 ten enacted with particular reference: to the South. It Is, by tho Insolent eon ft'slon of Speaker Iteed, designed for r.o rurpose other than that of counting In Krpubllcan Congressmen from ever)' Bcutbctn district In which the census shows a black majority of population. Mr. Heed and his colleagues In this evil wctk have assumed that the negroes are of necessity Itepublicans. I.Ike Senator IngalU, they deny the right of n Democratic negro to exist. Heed's black Republican majorltlessre counted like his Itarmeclde quorums In the House. The bUck man remains as much a chattel as he was before Lin coin Issued his Heaven born proclaim tlon of emancipation, the only differ ence being that he U now the slave of a selfish political cabal that cares abso lutely nothing for hU personal wel fare. Uuf let that go ! The lair Is, as wt have said, intended for the South in tended to stli up strife awl ganrat calamity In a section to wbase well being' the cabal la utterly Indifferent. It Is not adapted to Northern com inunitles. Its operation there will be Irkioice beyond belief. Let Demo crats therefore see that It U enforced ia nil its severity everywhere. Let that be the watchword of the campaign, t hould this infamy be consented to by the Senate. General Grant once said, In justification of bis rigid enforce ment of the reconstruction laws, that the best way to gat rid of an obnoxious law was ta execute it strictly. Let us see to it that this remedy be exhaust ively applied to the Rasd-Lodgn- well outrage t II I I Si ' '" L1EUTKXAXT YTUJcBIDR. A spt lal to the New Yotk Hmid i m the City of ItexJee af: Aa atuaspt u bow betas; sands b? the Uuhiu, a that principal orcaatf thsoon tivin, to iofgaalsa tu pasey by mas laa luruticaat Asuatia 4 Ytnrbeie a U u. .iir On bandar, beeldes printls a lltho-a-reib of Ytarbide, the TUmpu priated stx smiles, tahlagover half tba papes.desoted to Ytarbide. lbs aaaea day the UmoU a fcteonc teaaervatise journal, easaa eat wish two more article regarding YtnrbMe. There has uses uo actual ortraalxastoa ul the son sere athe party aiace the Salt ul the entntos. Utu preseal ssovsiar 1st the diraethaa oi liiecrmiuvtloa vl tba aonaervatiTa party I ri v -iruaf U wUJ also prose Us secsnnsa ikc Instead o balaa eenaanatise and iciiuriblcaltt will be cunserrative and -puL.nan- iurMde. front the (net of nkt baviag bean couitd is tba Catted Mates aatt -g'ii-t. tho uttbly MBdantsB't tba arinrtnasi anal trttii.ics(lftatduaao4atfcs tba baateev u i-.LintiaUatt'tota la4rW tba nnnaasvsr tue nuir- Va4at all vUisnawtaaaas it wUl m ttcoaarativ! party mass topnUbv n i utvtbfr attain, aati tba IsbaraJUi have Eoiijiag te (cat nwtss the cwaaarvastves to tba pttttH It has long been t siasnleat of pre t beciea that, if Yturbado ttould live and retain Ua cUucaaaip in Masbso. he would haevilaW bacosne tive k4 of tii pasty tJbnt will aosw day Sixia up to opot thai oxganJUaHan whids svw ckouoIs the country. The litv eral paxiy matnlaias toelf ttwoogih tit itcogaJiion by aU Utli Uito of its ntctjssty to Mm settee tf Mexico's devtdoeanont. Wa cue uted not be a vm is oedflf to paw tch thai ik Unit of Us iNirfiidaaaa itiU be uulm4 t twL Tn wotk Is Jiiuous te-jjr. It cJdU lot a cVaw head an icon Md m4 vW naai knows nawntaW. Is FotlWo iuu. the e intyy has found lava nonnMk' ucu of it uucJs But taVs 4m MMt i..u.c wivij iuu 1'tonawx vockkwraajf Un acavi-.cd u,i ,h nsajjsr of an .u.n Wft (r beauw. Mx.o IU r i.ui wjtaUK mid very dtttircnl mj. . L iti of uvrMtbcnt 't'Uv. viry a,clt i siao.J by i-'ltu Uul (oilLi 1 l.. pensatton when the occasion shall call for i Rnt w art fat from rttttevtag tnnt the slttnttton 1' rip for any such revo lution mv. Tin tatk to which Mar. has conmefa ert . nlmnlt Is not yet com pleted, ftfrd ally effort to cnt It short of fnif)!mM will entail disaster to the authort of tire en'erprlw and Injuty to the welfare of the republic. Meanwhile, we see carrte for regret In the fiction of the Crovcmment to ward Ttnrbld. That action hears too much the appearance of fear ami weak ness. The Ltentenant should not have written awch a kttet as El Ttompo pub lished, and It would have been wdl (trough to reprimand him lor so palps We a breach of propriety and dl rtpllne. Rut In republics It Is not possible to commit treason by more Word cf month, and republics which arc ff,utdd in public respect and confidence cn always afford to be Indulgent of mere IhonthtlFssnest. The world would have had a stronger faith in Mexico's solidity and a higher respect for the Liberal party of the country if the Oovrrnment had remitted Ytnr hide's sentence am! restored him to lib erty ami rank with a good humored re proof. A t.oc u. Anrtn r. In to-tiay's Ihll-l1-phla Rrcnni treats of a great business deal just mad In that city, whereby fostmaster neneral Wanamaker lakes a hand In a new store. Tbe firm nine of the original con cern was Hood, BnnbrlsM & Co., ami tfahsmaker became Interested In It sbont, two yrsrs ago. The story goea, however, that his political affiliations ami recently assumed ofltelal ttntlcs gave great itlssstls fsctlon to the members of the old firm. &o areat, Imieeil, was this feeling that the bouse st one time decided to cnt off their carpet business, Mr. Wsnamaker's personal attention being regard! as essential to the carpet trade. As to the constltntlon of the hew firm the Hrrord ssjs: Three members of tho original Arm wetl ons to lew wltl bo In the now partnership. They aie Thomas 0. Hood, 8. . Milter, and Uriah (1. Pot. The two new member who will enter the firm are W. W. Fonlkrol. formerly a member of tho firm of Thomas J. Mnstln A Co., on Areh stree t Mr. Foiilkrtxl became an em Vloye of John Wnnamsknr when he bonaht ont the Mustln business a few year aao.and ever since then he li had obarae fit the wbolesile department of tie but store. The other new member Is ltarton T. IllsKe, who orlalnally came from llradstreet's Oom meretal aeney. Mr. lllske for the past seven ears has had charge of the financial depart ment of tr. Waaamaher's areat balses oraanlsatlon. In addition to the cartut contributed ly the active partners, and vrhloti Is esti mated on the street at about g (eo,nw. It Is sUtcdthat !.(V.0,0(S) hiwoIhI eatdtal will be firnUhid by Mr. John Wanamaker, who be comes a special partner In tho new oonoern. Tho part neirrhlp will an Into effect nnJnly t neat. 1 he ltete firm rUlm to have done a baslsesa up to December ISM, of )l,eti,uuo. Ike members of the firm who retire are Joint (aden. Ihoasas B. Wanamaker and Willlaas Hnnbrlckt. Kver)bo1y will tie proud to know that iiur own Vmimkr, whilst giving to the service tif the eounlry the greater part of his vslnable time and a majority of the forces of Ids peculiar intellect. Is not likely to suffer In peM-ket because of bis patriotic devotion. U bather tba new Arm will take up carpets again, now that their John Is with them once mora, who shall say? They mayor they may not. Hut, however that may be, we can all Join In wMUuk them prosperity, ten If they alwajs ellng to notions, though they may refuse to depart from that severe and eUastc platform by so uttteh as a pair of nanwtl drawers. Kbally, it wotLii skxm that a truly good Administration like this ought to be wore careful of Its repuialkw. lisre is the Hard; Whether the yraver ebaracs aaalastren lion Coauoissloaer Maam are just or aajntt. ke should be dismissed front the odtcefor bis cow se la esploitlaa Ms ottekvl dtcnlty la aid of upecutatlve tnterprlses. lie has made hluuelf. In bb offieial eapte Hy, the pronoter not only of the ttefrbrera tor Company, concerning which soma ualy eharaea bays been made, but also of a subur ban latdsteculatk'U whose principal nwtbod of adurfUluj;tlielutsU has for sale em the lastailawat plan Is by displaying Cueuuts kluser Kaam's sama and tilHcial title on its prospectuses as president of the eomneuy. It needs ao great degree of sansillveness to tea that this speeulative exploitation of o( flclal lafluesoe for prh ate gala I uabecom lair to tba verge of Indecency. If Mr. Baau CoesBot ssa tba lsapreKlty of bis course theAdalaistratioa sboatd qalekea bis per ceptloas by a request for Id reaigaatioa. Of course it ean be retorted that this eexnes from sa opposiUoB paper, and that nuy satisfy all those who ware sailslad with a eimiktr explanation in the ease of Quay. But will It satisfy pious men Uke Harrison and Waaaauker, pillars of Christian En deavor and plnnsnrs of Godly work t That Is a quasi ton. And will it satisfy tba great mass of honest, tonsclaatious, Ood-faartug men who constitute the eoraar stone of the kWftthttcaa party r 'lhat is another. These are very explicit charges. They can easily be answered if they ait untrue. Jon K. Co Mi, the brilliant leader of the Kafof m Uensoeracy of Maryland, ia out in a ststaatattt through tins columns of the HaUiniOM Aws, denying that ha is Joined to the Mois of the machine, U renews bis pledges of davotlsw to the cause of ballot and govefumeaiel lefernt, anal ganar ally proves that be hi the aanw ata ce, consageoM and strainjaaforwasd patriot that we have always thought him VtafTaaiilsnt Mastaa Jolen I.. SatM irdttor eritU: InTooflsi Ijrilianaj objects to Jtdw L. nUivn gMnat an trtrhnHw bafow tin ftfrHttr Ctob uav Cauae b la a keidi WtA. hhb ewwe, w At tnn ansMhnav bar, Ton can boy the "tar," That asstas John I. a dassL The gjlsannii than, Jahn swings kas lat VhJto Latri awing the gawsf. One ear Yens Bsogs, yigdntton. Jiann Id, SeAt Hew ba Uh HtZtU Pt. trmmUu JWstsmr rVsss. Cenaws Swartor I want to know hour oid vost are. hoar naajsv eatdaan ase seajs J aar eae a eBavBT OBnanvB JSvBanavjnaBaanar you hm had or txnct to hat, ho nsuch you owe on thia housn. vsni nw your fiTiiritt dtaanaea and fnmnty fals- tn, why jour grnndlajtfcr wtw k, " 7-ihdy of the House Changtog kike scrttn) Uiile next door. AM HOUB 09 TRIAL. B4a W Ml BWHAll nal aaUf gkUleUgaJ ttenasaaadnw hiWw IsSgnigaWw sgnlfl iMttUe I afaBhadL hna as aaspgaa VHP JPham Ihe whnla ufnkar bis InVMHafMs WE OMRM M QdJsW 40 WMMl filrti gjgS sbbbbbA. InUD. Wt3An'ciittnt. HO mnkettbt asaBjBnejpaaags eansnjnnBt asssa WaW! "Bs aasj aps"fl"S'w (Tfill h&Ht JCWnV IgWintJa IVlai W InHM. JHUnft olaMuttM yWflt UgfMO BbtW CfgfMka gaflfToaiajdhle ays ciMnjaflad sjf lace. 1 only last I eouid nut soaak. y g SBekaMd in that does asahcaoa. fals ratked, sore-tried, i fM Would See, HI Vujcc Ui futile atruaUs stilled, "JfudaW, a little puUaliLi. Sec " 1 rial 1 kii.iit klj iui.L LJ. Itt s Ui.it.ti. 1 ..I. . L u .1 AMUSEMENTS. ..in lttsrelt llwsswrn at AttrawKn. "the Wnclt Itntsnt," m. hh tfe mfidorrly frry snl mtnfaed steed, dashed boldly Into the affections of the great atwiv of amusement-seetara who came forth to meet him latt night at Albangh's and took them all bodily into camp horse, foot atrd dragoons. Mltiocfcer's tuneful masterpiece hM enruth teal music in it to amply fur nish fotth the cores of at least a score of i he meagre men ?m of melody which, with a Judicious or Injudicious amount of padding and gagging, are cheerfully accepted by a not over critical public for moelern operas. The spirited chotuc and charming concerted numbers of this really merito rious production, however, gave per haps the best lest as yet afforded of the musical abilities of the Lsmont Com pany, and for the most part It must be said thry emerged very creditably from Ibc ordeal. The fine voices of Mr. Lloyd Wilson ami Mr. Hroderlck as the masquerading warriors and Miss La mont and Silas Ilsnley as the roguish Minna and Rotftta made a very satis tae tory quartette in the pleasing music and humorous situations of their roles. Mr. Graham ami Miss llaker were amusingly grotesque as that very active politician, ltnrktnbttth, awl the or limited mrbara, and Mr. l)e T.ange was as subdued and patient as could well be expected under the fetters Im posed upon his soaring spirit and exuberant genius by the limitations of the meek anil lowly J'ifAnw. The topical songs are new, and wilt no doulil improve upon acquaintance. The chorus sang well, and the clever orchestration of the opera was well ren dered throughout. The audience was the same great eood-natured aggrega tion of applaudlne humanltr which seems lo be the nine iwt nan of summer opera at Albangh's, and which nightly fills its roomy spaces to the last row of broad ami ccsy chairs in all parts of thn cool and airy theatre. Tho "Hussar" will continue to hold the fort and fight It nut on this line If It takes all the week. "HAPPY HURTING GROUNDS." AVhero the Itlc t IileM or Motoniphln" llm.t I'lsli. The "American Field" has a pictur esque description of tho hunting grounds In the Northern Keok held by the Mctompkin Association, of which Mr. 1'age McCarly Is the president and Major Holmes Conrad nnd Dr. Ben Johnson the other officers. We copy tho following from the FitM: "The chiefs of Metompklns hold about 8,000 acrea of the happiest hunt ing gtouuils, whore the canvas back, the tcelbcad, the bay-shoveler and the mallsid disport themselves all the win ter, and where the qtial's ami wild tuikeys also prevail. "Hut the best of all iu the doiniln of Mctompkin is the Cholank.creek of his torical colonial fame, where the ell t moiid back terratdn or 'bay pullet' are caught In hundreds. This reptile U not pretty to behold, but when parboiled and then put In a chatting dish, sea toceei with a Utile wine and butter and a toyptoH of cayenne pepiuir ami salt, he Is a delicacy to make the bones of I.ucuIIus rattle In his coltln: for the fabled dish of brains of peacocks and seine-birds does not equal one taste of the bay pullet when pruerly cooked. "Above the creek Is n hair ruined old mansion on a blulf, and from this beau tiful eyrie lliu river Is cut by two head lands, nnd looks in thu distance like three lovely lakes that shine in the sun lit lit and on the water mirror the pink sail pass as in a mirage that seem fanci ful and unreal, so enhancing is the ef fect. It is a wilderness, but what a fas cinating wilderness to a In rU worked city man. And what a delicious sense of perfect freedom it gives us. "Itob's couslu and neighbor baa a pack of bouuds, and as lleynard about here is a very Impudent land pirate we hunt him rcvardless of his courting days. The wiry little half-bred Vir ginia nags will scour the field and wood land, clear the ragged fences ami bo through the close cover with as much ardor as the riders; but if this is too rough for you you can stand em the height and see the chase take Its course and hear the echoes play the variations on St. Hubert's splendid chorus. "As late as April the mallard can be shot, especially was this so this spring when old winter never tliouicht of as serting himself until he had lost the desl. You get in a canoe with the am phibious coon In the stern to paddle, and if you sneak softly around the turns of the tortuous streams of Cbotank you may get a dozen double shota ia the morning at the gray ami block mallards. They have just paired oil, ami as they rise at a Jump from the water It ii a peculiarly flew shot. When you pursue the canvas bock, red head, blackhead, orbay-aboveler, which constitute the celery-feeding quartette, you must dispense with the coon mate, lie flat la the bottom of the canoe, and scull your frail shallop with two 'creep ing paddles' about twenty four inehas long, held over the aides and deftly worked so that the ducks sea nothing but a white object on the water with lua rising sun behind the eanon. With pa tience and skill the duekor will aohbWe a brilliant result Irrespective of tke ahonslnahlsr mechanical cojstrivnnoa Uke a sink box:" CURRENT HUMOR. I saw her at the show on Friday night, The hat aha om was uwgav and apt aw vis; I see she was a hand in .and of fearful tusa wends nttatad not a t t W Jawd" n tvWvW nsg( nBtnggjNMler knBPnjn, And eeJiad down blasstnsM on her ntetty The hat conaanlad ass fsona the nanaehar's view, I stent secure as though at boaas in bad--M. T. JUnM. ftnubjer (entering) Cnn I get a bike it thtir fttiBi eMgdMar (dnnnahJsMrj! sumi ysw enav I ssjaftnsw'uWKeint. ed I gat wv- VeWI M HUnm'"' XVstnMPi sVnMMMnSttnV The naaadng mall wan met the care eater's HaassT dndaMiw dndener those teseosushJtaf ba vojedajnl than nil sr he tat, The one who he haedty a-doorad Terrs ifnuts nVress. "Iw'ttaeoUT-nhai "CoW" itfataind t young h he gSjUirf nt sue Tee," the continuad, "to eoad. and ad nnd so andhtdosudy Havmd 1 HehMfcusght the panntar hsnt EaaMdTlon In htolafa-- CttBganBg8A WttstV liggggMel ektnVft eMMBS- ttWAMCa M dnipCtAOUk WaH aVfVTUIi flM WMbIMW ViU. nVlUMII. MhltJtoWJtott dlkMnMUNnWe ('fiA AU kdkdtas4inatsiatnn jsdVUaAaeanaml Jfjdl nawr arw agBaaar wjaajnraaBnniwJBna aannngaBaBmBngV gpjaw IKMl UnaWl U) innUantfles tlsUsVk Ik inSn)el VM MM finVODnW IhVlBsiC- "Yea. IdWi think so ttil I moved ko ht Paul and heaid the arrugaut buaU of hlioneaiiuUa about her population. Bu.1 u c re ijoiii;; luduWU iLl lvu tfithgaM 4SMOUMM InajTi to v THE LOTTERY WAR, EX8tXAT0R SWATSI lArfllft AT THB ROABSroi ltg l.ywehers THfaht llttn n MHr- trer He Wits an Miiiwemff Bf tnc Itts)ry Men, frtriot to rh .Virsr THl TSkw Ont.fAjra, nfre ll'HStBrge Swayre, a nefto poMtlcJnn, xvat fMnd hanging to a'tree at Black CTree, Eeet Feliciana parish, yeaterday motnlnir.. Sways was an emproye In tkeltew Orleans Custom -llouae, and It hi anfel he k ft this city several days ago to go to Kast Feliciana parish to take pert In the election of State Senator, which occurs to-morrow. Swayse Is said to have been a pro-lottety man. Fourteen years ago Swayse waa a State Senator from the Feliciana dis trict. At the time in the political troubles of the campaign of 187B W. 1). Winter, a lawjer, and two other wWte men were murdered. Swayse was ac cuse!, with others, of complicity In the crime, ami, although no positive proof was found against him, public suspi cion pointed so strongly to him that lie was ortletetl to leave the parish and never return. When he was found In the parish Saturday he was arrested for the mur der of Winter, and while tu custody he was taken from the officers by an armed brdy of men and hanged. The people of Kast Feliciana, which is strongly antl-lottcry, say Swayse was hanged because they were Incensed at his return to the parish after being warned away. Advocates of tho lot tery, on the other hand, assert that the real cause of the lynching was the fact that ttwayse was 'working among the negroes in behalf of the lottery candi date for Senator. A meeting at Clinton ten days ago warned lottery emissaries from the parish on pain of harsh treatment. It is understood that the negroes eenerally ate pro-lottery, and It Is nssetted the lynching of Swayse was In Una with the resolutions adopted at the Clinton meeting. wrf to Mr ,Yr J'eri .fea. Nkw Oulkans, Juno 10. Contrary to expectations, the picked committee to which was referred the Lottery bill did not report It back to tho House to day. Shnttuck, the author of the bill, and a member of the committee, waa taken suddenly 111 Inst night, nnd this morning could not leave his bed. Tho lottery hns Industriously circu lated the report that ho was poisoned by the anils. He and his doctor say, however, that he hns bilious colic. Many anils believe tliat It Is a slmiu, and Is a lottery dodge to evade bring Ing their bill up to be beaten, and that tiny are trying to kill time until they can buy more votes. The lottery bosses Issued an inflam matory address to the negroes of Kast Feliciana Parish, where the election for a Senator comes off tomorrow, and rent It for distribution Into that parish by a negro named Cleorge Saytt. Swayse bad left some years ago under a charge of murder, ami Inst evening he was hanged by a band of masked mun near the dividing line of Kast and West Fcllclsns parishes. The people in mass meeting as sembled had solemnly warned the world by resolutions that attempts nt bribery and massing the negroes against the whites would be followed by the prompt and stern punishment of the perpetrators. A copy of the resolutions were sent to John A Morris by order of the meeting. The notice was disregarded, and by killing the lottery emissary the people made their promise good. The antls are still confident of suc cess, both In tiie election for Senator to morrow ami In the vote in the Legis lature on the bill. Looking luimrit. .Press ft Aafttya Uft. He (passionately) Do you truly love ne? She (thoughtfully Last week I would unhesitatingly have answered yes. Since then, however, I have been reading a journal, which (kseribee with ereat exactitude ami deep analysis, several phatea of the emotion. If you will band me the book on the table there, I will compare my present sen sation with those described, ami I will then be able. I think, to answer your question Intelligently. - m Chuck 'I'm In and llury 'Em Deep. mm tki OU CUy BlUzarJ. AVheu the corner-stone of the new city building is laid it would be a good idea to place under it, among other things, some of the city's antiquated specimens of humanity who cppoce electric lights, street railways, free de livery, city bulldinga. bospitaU, ate. Yes, chuck 'em in and bury 'out deep. A itellclou Drlak, Jim tu Xnt Yttk Mm. BibulousWilliam, what hi your latest invention in the way of a wild drink? William (bridliag with professions! pside) De very Indent is a reUdgeous triek, vlcL I calls de soul's ao-laoe. Bibulous Well, give ntnan old-faak-iontd drink o' gin. I'm an agnostic. Not a I'raetlaal Heforuer. ftvm Ms Ymitrt Musavuui. Via. Squib John, I want you to stay hawse to-wonow and natt down that parlor earnet. Mr. akuihe (editor of a fnan trade juoer I don't know anything shout putting down carpets, deer. "And here you've been hiaiinasing ail year at the earnet tax t ii i m " In the lluiuU of aa Assist Jkaas die A'tw York Jea. Onduraie Patent (wntitfutty) I kuos' what tueae painter fallows are. Why, that young Palette would run tkrough your ntoney Is a year's tinee. Bis Tksughtfr Tea. nna; but he vendd aungas at witn sujcsi et'iunwhr lStsias Vum, Tba .11 way asSM. Jihsa Ms Mm rare fTssatav JW. Whsf two wash paetna-si as Quay and XWlttuMntnfcjr cm sitictuA Mm wgMtft sUm! CMMnluaBMaMsn? Qaf SO MsUMT enfnttalAnMt iNntfles' ngaaufttsef PUladadfkdft. the ukoeej kwnf of khet city must keen tetHbrd aWltnuL Jk SUnSS fk ijiMMnAdT Mum (Ms &UUnitpAia faatrd. IjklflMft MsMaCh 71a (NM tiUB CHaV U Boaaw yaatnet Mock, fiSVBY TUZaOB- iUury jkdar a a i-dar (hUa whw was aa-dar, too). hh) got on a bender, CtoeW nwdtow and W-dar, dindninde a nhc hiundnrj toot Jne ntnt nuniier-littr. dnd straightway ha wooed 'as, And toad nuesbar 1-dar, nna'u have to g Be couldi. t if W 'r; tt coat iulo io Uuril or. Then be bLkiJ uuil be bowed 'er, Auil took LuiuLtr toiler! Now viii l U a 1 dtr, llli. eoL, vi a aul.dt-l'' hi .,A j i L Jt., AN EARLY MOMIM BATTLE. .iimtflr i.rreh Knwens tint atenrwe in Kixhtren rteweetH 'rtt Touk, June 17. Puddy Mc Bride of fhllarrelphl and Jimmy Lynch rf this city me In a skin-tight clove fight to s finish this morning at Onh Point on Ing Island Sound. One of tnc most desperate contests seen in the ring In this vicinity fot many a yeer was witnessed by over 200 en thusiastic spntts, The men battled for a f 1 .OfO stake and an added purse of 600. MeBrldc from the outset was hmdl capped with a sprahred arm, but fought rather than forfeit. In the first round Lynch clearly showed that he was a far more sclentlfir man than his adversary. He landed repeatedly on McDrlde with out a return. MrTlrWe took his pun ishment like a Spartan, but did not Fctm able to delirer any blows with his left. Lynch up to the twelfth round clearly overmatched his adversary, who depended entirely on Ms right, but rvuld get no opportunity to use It on acre.nnt of Lynch's shifty tactics. In the second round Lynch landed a ter rific left-hand swinging blow on Me Ilrlde's rye. which he visited again ami again, finally closing it completely. Mcllrlde made a desperate rally In the twelfth round, and landed ft hot one on Lj nch knocking him almost over the ropes. The thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth rounds were fast ami furious, each contestant trying to land a right hand swinging blow on the point of the law. Mcllrlile was very weak from loss of blood, but his indomitable pluck and gameness won him many friends. The sixteenth round was very Ume. in the seventeenth round the men fought like tigers, and it was either man's chance to get in a knockout blow. McUrlde, when he went to his corner, looked liken Imtchereel bullock. In Hie eighteenth nnd last round, after a terrific tally, Lynch swung his right en Mcllrlde's jaw, sending the latter through the ropes Into the crowd, ami before he could rise lie was counted nut. A wrangle ensued over the time Jlcllilde waa out, hut the referee gave the decision to Lynch. PETER'S IMPROHPrlTsCaAP. Aroustil lijr nn Instill, thn Colored I liniiiplon Cleans Out n Crowd. San Fiiancisco, Cai.., Juno 1". I'ttcr Jnckson had n lively set-to Sun day, against odds, and won the bnltlo. It was not an advertised fight, but It proved none the less Interesting. 1'eter, with somo Australian friends, hadgono to a road-hnuse for n bit of a tramp, and was sitting In the barroom chat ting, when n busload of picnickers dtovu up, nnd, among them, a brewery man called Herman liclmlck. Holmlck was In an ugly humor, and began to get Intuiting to the colored slugger, wliom be did not know. Jackson paid no attention, bui wh n he Lad half a dozen jeering at bint he remarked that he didn't want any trouble, nnd this aggravated Helmlck, who made a pass at hliu, with the re mit that he was doubled up on the sanded lloor, Peter's right hand landing on his eye, and it was a big surprise to the bully. A don of Helmlck's friends at oico sailed Into Jackson, and about thu live liest fight ever seen hereabouts took place. Peter's Hrms struck out like driving rods, nnd men went to gnus light and left. The fl.lit waa transferred from the bar room to the porch, and the way was strewn with the prostrate forms of Peter's adversaries. They went down, got up nnd went elown again before him, meanwhile the wives, daughters, cousins nnd aunts of the besiegers were shouting for help. They crowded In thu bus and watched the big darky play havoc with hi ex ponents. Jackson fought like a demon and put the whole crowd to lllght Tne vanquished crawled with more haste than grsce into the bus and drove down the road at full speed. A SALOON m WHEELS. The Orlclnal reokuge Theory Does Mot tlo In butith Jersey, JIin.vir.i.K, N. J., June 17. Bold f ales of liejuor in "original packages" were made near this city Sunday. KlIIiu Clark, with a large wagon loaded with bottles of beer and whisky, opeaeel business on the Malaga road, just out side of the city limits, and for a few hours did a brisk business. The police were apprised of the affair, but as Clark was outside the city they were unable to act. Thev sent word to the Vine-land police, and 'just before nightfall the latter swooped down upon Clark. The crowd which had been patroniz ing the saloon on wheels, was boister ous, ami several fights were in progress. Clark got away, ami the police, amid a thower of bottles and flasks, took the wsgon to ViBeiand. Yesterday a bot tler named liutcber went to the police and claimed the wagon and contents as bU property, but did not get them. Claik ia said to be hiding ia this elty, and aa he k wanted on several serious charges, the poitee are waking an active hunt for bint. Rccrjitlsu to Christian Bodeavor Dele catee. The Kew Yotk and Connecticut dele gates to the recent Christian Endeavor Convention held at St. Louis and who sloptttd over in Washington will be ten dered a reception thia evening at thu Church of the Covenant William II II. Smith, president of the District Union, will preside. Thn address of welcome will be wade hy Rev. Dr. llautUn, patter of the Church of the Covenant, and srldresiaa are expected fiona INndnanater Oenetal Wnniuwnker, iettetary Windom and other urotttuent aWhtJaHUtHs- What beat r beer do you want than Pett ner's Vienna Cabinet. Civil hrtc HaawlantlaB.I Am tsauunatlou will be held at the soosm of the Civil Service Coauuuaaion Wednesday. June SB. with a view to tiling the position of special clerk, LV partuuenl of Agriculture. The duties of Use piaitiion require a familiarity with the use of the fOaeaound wlcro fcfpft and the n?Aunting nnd cere of fungi in the herbariusa, ability to de linente ints4ligmtly hoteXhent aseci ubgnft and a, knowledge of atsaoatrntdty mA tyiitiu. Tfct tttatr of tit nunMiuOgt ii. 41 ttW leilaC "" BBBB"eBaBT WPF v mmmm nhBBWnBPBW The Tutfc f Uta Teas is the great bankrui4 sate of nut clothing now hwlog on at ill Seventh timet north west. Wb aor Bsieauae people who have beiucht theu- tig anve amaten tee tkeirUle. and thuae la fnnilast bargaUis bf wagd of aejod ih items', thorougjhiy asade. asw i uu to vay viast so sets of clothujg. tbls la genuine sale, the oader comes to us not to jpaeh up a I wwto, but to sen the stota. nto if ne have to aaeriiee tt, we must aalthV Uo not fall te go to this sale, and Ink the boys with you. For enUdmn's tniat we cannot Le beat for both style and BScuewber uuutber, (Ut navuu It-aunjsna IgWaTtlfcltdaJaTas i &aear la. lAgc-aa AM PgewPW(" aaaBBjwWB ejWH ? gegvggnggBS grSpswuBa flM Court i Qmt9l lm vMte- uflnU unlJaWnawMlnl nUnEkt?fBtttit ftfant iUwQgaUtBst VggaBBBj eajgasBBpeaPpeBs ejeanBaeBBB eisniaw asjPw(BWBneBeT found agalual Ike Uwdtc PbJU.Uti Conwsuy for breaJkiBg the arst of EaaU Bell 'lbe vexdkt waa for 70il EAST WA8B1N6T0N WILL CELEBRATE The Openinc nt tho Wew lirlrtso in Great Style. A large number of the member of the Ewt Wsahlng'on Citlfen' Aaaocla tton met lftet night at 336 Pennaylvftnta areirae outhMt to make arrange ments for cerebrating the opening of the new bridge across the Esstctn Branch on the 88d of August. The report of the executive commit tee providing for the following pro gram me was "reed and adopted by the association: 1, parade; 2, music; 8, oration: 4, poem; 5, barbecue; 6, re- fatta; 7, decoration and Ultrov nation; , fireworks ami Isonflres. Il was thought best by the committee to hold the oration arm literary exer cises on this side of the river and the barbecue on the other. The financial question of the celebra tion was then disemwed, ami Mr. Welter, one of the finance committee, stated that the necessary funds would be forth eomlnH", and If every gentleman would do the same as himself there would Icj it surplus, llcsolntions lo turn the sur llue fund. If any. Into the association treasury for future celebrations and providing that no expenditure of funds be made without thq consent of the executive committee, were adopted. Jlr. Dawson stated thst transportation would lie provided for the public, ami scats and stands erecteel on this side of the bridge and the roads put in good shape for the military. Dr. Lee White tenerously offered his premises on the Kastern Branch to be used by the association forthe barbecue. Transportation will probably be pro vided by the Baltimore ami Ohio Hull roael directly to the biidge, and a line of hcrdlcs will be established fot the occasion. The parade will be both military ami civic, ami a grand trades display Is now under consideration. The regatta, under thu charge of Mr. Hood of the Columbia Athletic Club, will be held on the Ktstern Branch, and will, no doubt, be n great success. Bonfires will be built on nil the hills nround the bridge, nnd n grand display of fireworks will be glvon. Kntbuslaetlc speeches were made by Jlessrs. Sperry, Bende, Dumont, Daw son, Chapi'lle, Whito nnd Gunnel, nnd all ngrccil that the celobrntlon would Mirrnss nny other of Its kind over held. At the close nf the meeting n resolution wss adopted expressing the earnest sym pathy of the association for Mr. Silas Clarke, one of ita members, In the death of lilr son. The association then nujouintd as a matk of lespcct to Mr. Clarke. The Maihcr-Morfrnn Muptlnl, There have been few weddings In this city that equaled the nuptials of Mr. James Mother of Kew York and Miss Minnie Morgan nf this city, yes terday evening, nt St. Aloyslus' Church. Cardinal Gibbons conducted the im pressive ceremony, assisted by Fathers McGtitk ami Cowardln. At the con clusion of tho ceremony a reception fol lowed nt the home of the bride, and nt a late hour last night the happy couple departed on nn extended honeymoon trip through the North. (Intiten l'rnn Otllcer Itlsrtril, National Command ry, No. 1110, United Order of the Golden Cross, has elected the following olllcers for thu onsulng term, beginning July 1: Noble com mander, Kdward Howlson; vlre-noble commander, Mrs. Margaret Mcllrlde; keeper of records, L. It. Trembly; finan cial keeper of records, J. B. Bailey; treasurer. It. II. Yntes; prelate, Miss Kmma Doyle; herald, A. L. England; warder, Inner gate, Miss Annie Beach; warder, outer gate, J. W. Speaks; past noble commander. Samuel Howlson; organist, Miss Llnsle Howlson. - . What better beer tlo you want than I'ort ner's Vienna C'ablnst. Weak and Weary la earlr summer the warmer weather U as pcelallr weakealsg anil enervating ami tint tired (eellsff prevails everywhere. Tba areat beneetwbleh people at th's season ileHre front If coil's Sarsspaiilla proves that tMs BHultelue "makes tbeweak strong." Itdeos not ast like a itlnaiaat. Imparling fietllioas Mrsagtb, bat Hood's Sarsaparllkt bulbW up la a perfectly satural way all the weakened parts aad iwrlaes the blood. AVorn Out "Hood's Sanaparilla restored me to good bealtb. Indeed, I might say tratbfully it saved my life. To ee (eeltajc tired asd worn ont I weald earaeetly reeoeaaMnda trial of Hood's Sana partita." Mw. Tubbs A. MesuEB, SO Brooks St., Bast Boston, Mate, H. B. If you doeUe to take Hood's Sarea parllla do not be Induced to bay asy other. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggbtU. SI; six lor Si. Ppa pared only by C. I.. HOOD Jt CO., Lowell, ilaas. 100 I)o-a Due Dollar Dkedsff sf Lawtefs aid Law Fkss rULHfMLL CAKUiV&fOH, ATTOstttBY-AT-LAW, MID stsaatnaathwast, Wn ltdwatna. B. & Webster Law Bsrfbtktg. HaMaUnntAeSn) fi M tt4lennftt nniVtisVrVnBBa TVTJUsB WBB, ATTOKKKYS AMB flOCIWat.r OeM. tMllBthataaat, Witwanaeir, 8.0 WUttasa B. Webb. Sanry KaadaU Webb, John Mdaer Wehb- lahaTjllg.it ry utBBtraiY whuutuw. AT0tMlY-AT-LAW. ktt and ttt t at.. Channoay Butldksi. nnai Tonisbma ave. waahbiaten, B- 0. Ptafftires hi the remits os tba Bnatttnt andoi Priace (iattfa'sCositr, Mi. aaV-e&sUi n r. ranAJDM nmb?:71 O. V. 9. 5eK HUUtft, SAsTBaTr itetUMPUiy. nt Lbsk. nnnWsning,yat. tusr-ni T XUnSBB XNUhWtL A?OWWY Af-iAW, fenT-dstf ) BMth ttaatt. mat wwwoou izum-nrtx. -apt tea not n setilT to roar saannat i . good school tor your Sshnifa D. C. ehubuahis hlh.the vnurouss essaae w- a. a The sflK fpftn goot-hli BOOKS BOUGHT. intfiajliftrs or ' -tirr bavtaa aHacr Hbrajaaa or smaucoUtH. tluQs of buoas u dlBoae of axe mvited to addrasa tlte uodcraltfOrtO. wtto arts at all time ready to puruluue the aaoM uD liberal tcruu. ajod tur UiuucvluOo or muit Tbt. dt,Iy iunju.ai-i. ami uauurtjnty uf aUi-LluU aalco b thcrvby 4, jidoJ U H LuJjSiJtii.k. a l.j ul JJ Mssast aj ittt Jk JnjnT iieiMai iioijai ka etaiidanl of MOOS. ilmnfliM DO YOU WANT BARGAINS -IS- House Furnishings? If so.SecTho'ef. JULIUS UN If so, Sec Thee Offered ty llilrlccnlli nnil F Streets. IMMENSE REDUCTIONS MFARTMSKT. ruuTAirvts, DHAI'BHIKSAXD tTl'IIOISTBKY (!OOD5 CUT TO LBM THAW OXK-nAbP OP TOKMirfrRtcI. aoti; nit: iiAituAiN.s oiri;ni:i). tt jmlrs Oriental Strlrd OTtaln. rwtn'cd to ft SB rwr pair; former price. $!! very iianaMiue. tt pairs tmrortett rnajab rjartains, rednimt tn je.se par pair; rorner price, sis; etaraat and stjlkli. W pairs rarer Striped Lbrbt-Wetaltt Car tahrs. redneett from ft to S9o per pair; cool and durable for sttmaaer. TArBSTHIBfl FOB FtJItNITimit COVBTt- inos avd dra run y; Itedncetl from it S5 to l.st rwr yard. " " t CO to We " " " M.TttofBe " " " JUBtoSBo Matting. Matting. Tlie most eitenstve and varied atsorttm-nt ever shonn In tbts ctty. Owhta to theail vaneed season we have rsslaeeet prices on t he entire Mock. M0 rolls White Matting, rcdnced to$ SO per roll. 1ST rolls Fancy Maltlnp, reduced tot per roll. SI" rolls Seamless Mattlnif, reduced tolto per roll. SCO rolls Seamless Matting, rettneed to Sit permit, 41T rolls genmlesa Matt tne. reduced to Sit per roll. New and rancy Designs. Furniture. Furniture. Oreal reduction tn the ramltnre Depart ment, l'rlres CUT FULLY SO I'KIt CSNT. Look nt tlitvo hnndoma.1-pleco HolldUlk Cliamtier Suits offered at Ski. Antique ami Sixteenth Century F1nl!i. LarcoDresser.Uer eled UlAs. These suits were matloexprely for ns. after our own designs, and are with out doutit the finest eer shown forthe money. Worth fully J w. KO Chairs to match. St each, too Dockers to match. J a oaoh. SCO Tables to match, S1.60 each. B aby Carriages. 75 Dlrferent Styles. See those offered at I.8S. Cheapest in the market. SPECIAL ATT8NTI0N Is cattml to tliose orrercd at SIS. This carriage is without ex ception the best ever shown at that prke. Attertlon Is also called toavery handsome S piece l'srlor sull, upholstered lit bilk Plmli amlTipestiy. reduced to KT.M; worth Tit. i;ut I seen to be apreelated. ItEFIIK.KPATOIthapd ICK CUBRTSfrom t up hxamlne those on the Dry-Air Prin ciple. No rscklDg to absorb or retain the rcolsinre WJWt rCOIlS and WINDOW SCHEBNS to order. Low lTkes. AIMUSTA1LK WIRE SCISEKN8 wilt fit any wtBdow. L008R FUIINlTl'ItKCOVKItSto order St Lowest Possible Prices, Wall Papers. New and Correct Effects, nlshed. Stttmates fur- JULIUS LANSBURGH, Tlilrlceiilli nnil V Streets. OFFICE OF WOODWARD L0T1IH0I. earner lltb and Fsts.n w. Contlnuallon of Our Great Sale OF Ladies' While Lawn Suits, Wrappers, Waists, k 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: Laitiaa' Watte India Lawn Enita, wttk tacked skirt and waist. -TS each. Ladies' Whtta India Lawn Suit, with tuU tacked skirt and waist, sash fear yasda long, jajneaciu Ladiae' India Lawa Snkts. tide-plaited skirt, waist aaelr tocaad and tstjnsnsrl wttk sasbauidary, H aack. Ladias' testa Lawn Saiag, full tnakad skirt, with waist and skis soak tack ait ami Ukssntad wttk essbroMnrr. tf aaah. Ladies' ladla. Lava atfaa,aJt ut annai werulilnry, lull tnoknd kank. and anw atyks tacked walat, tlM each. Ladkss' India Lawn iaits, ntatn ajsdi ent, bankaetad boa-plaisad Annate skirt anw assia walat. Hieaeh- T sitlsi' White Snkta nf Finn Fattasni at Ftuancinna. ttflssrh LnaUse' Fiain Whkts Baw-BSjelaad and Tucked Malta, with nonMa shkrt, snMnnto iar MonyhBe $n each. Tsiiton' White Xnit kisa.nas pukka 'ha Issaastitcnaal Auttnasn& anataJkln sar aanosnt awxrnln, SU aacn. Ladhss' White halts ol Ttnsjat Wheje, eta bnohn&f ad aad hnssatitckast Aaattaanaa ekwahks sfciit, iia aach. An excellent Una of laaain' Mkjh elnas Finks HrnntUi'tut)! and SntbnoWc Suanlr tksa in Ladlsw' White lhnin 1W. M and ttf-Maat'h- In aAVninUNs w onr ssneint annnksaT s tt dies' White Msuts van vail Jkn MW ts)te' Hum Wash Whannws and Waiata. ks Friat. bgannuLa &nsnt. LvinaWinnnn1. filfJtfsUIH. 1-tntjaja nsnnni WPWt tH-"! nnnnnnnnnBsnnnnnni aneaas Inwma ttfa. B4nsni ttni ffMeMk SMsflsllbttn snactaf ks 0m tasi M nnsh Ikaniiat. To&irTii!) i mm, Uiiteilllitajid y SU.X. W SBUflGU AMl'SKJlKSTS. AUAT-fSB'S GBASD OTBHA nm r trentnts at MS. Sfatlncofitn'-aa . LAMOMT OPERA COMPANY The BlaGk Hussar. General Admtssloii Reserved Seats. . . 't.iud ,.i, Week OpinmetirrmJane 1-amori r ritBK KEOJLITIN. Is the 0rttrit of Alt Mftsfoal.Tnirun: u i tenant o It perfemns any innsic ran a watts or a ballad t' an erreftarsj err a symphony m.ro limMlftmy ami more nearly tswfeet thwn any other slrdo instrhBient. The Aeolian Is not mee-hnnioal, i.nlt t'.o mampnlatsra of It Is m Umpie tha a vci ju ean ret rn to play It with from ote lut'Aa weeks prise t lee. Tour Tlslt in s 11.1 strameiit wilt be esteemed a favor at E. F, DROOP'S, W5 TA. AVB., Fole Airent for Ste'nway and Other First Cls Flenos ami Organs BXOUIWIONS. TWBTr-FIRST JtOOSUOllT KIR SlOX OP TUB COltCORAX CADKVS TO MAIlSHALt, It tl., Tnef day Krenlpsr, .tune IT, 180. ?( earner Charles Maeatester IcacsScvt 1'h street whert al S:S0 p. m. Breentlre Ootnmlltee W 1. Morrow, .T. s. Ilnebur,;, O. Von Daehenbeateri, (1. A. tiartier, W. flerans, T. L. Cotkan iiitl.; qHK NATIONAL KIFLK8 WIllKtretlie first of Its series of sect ex ear stems to MAHSH4IX HALL On the Steamer CHATILKS MACALEaTBit On WEDNESDAY KVKSINO, JUNK 18, 1M Dont testes wharf nt 0.30 sharp. Tickets, BO cents, to bo had of memliir rr at tho boat. Jut I. it BAY RIDGE, ON THE CHESAPEAKE, OFElSf JUNE m-. Naval Academy Band. FINEST MEALS. FINBST ATTItACTIDN3. KVEItTTIIINO TIIK I1KST. Trains learo D. A O, Depot, week dnys.o.l) a.Dl Mand l.aOp. m. Sundays, 0 33a rn., 1 JO ami 1.13 p m Leave Day llldge, week days, C 30 and 8.10 p.m. Sundajs, Bands p.m. Hound Trip Tickets $1.00 J. T. ODBLL, General M in. ficr, CIIA3. O. St'l'LL, (len'l Fassentrer Aecnt. jHlt.tf The Mount Vernon AND MAItBHALf. HALT. STKAMDOVT COMPANY. On and after JUNK 1, 1990. the new Iron nntf steel steamer, CITABLKH MACALKSTKn. will leave her wUarf.foot of SBVENTnst, for MOl'NT VEHNON and MAitSHVLL HALL as follows: lor MOl'NT VIBNON-BTeryday cxcspt Sunday) at IS a. m and SS0p.ra .rcfirntni: at il ami &r30 p. ni I'asnenaers can rctrx!n n'. MOUNT VEltNON until second boat leaver if desired. Fare, roll ml trip, il. Inelndlni; n-1' mission to the Mansion and e,roucd. Ele ant-afe on tlie txtat. Meals aud luii'lica nertcO promptly. I'orMAItbllALt. HALL-Same as MOCNT VEKNON fchedate for week days, On M'NDAYS at II .,! and 0 p. tn returning at i.iJIO and a p. tn. n miUAYH and KATfKDAYi. Spc-'al Moonlleht Kxcnrslots dowu thn rlrrr to INDIAN HXAD. loneblni; at MAUillVLL HALLaolncaad returning, leavlccWas!. .z tonathJOp. m., reaching city on re am at Wn m. Meals and lunohes at all times at MAR" SHALL HALL llestaarant. ParetoMAHMIAU. HALL and return, Cl rents on any trl w children, between S and I J yeers, IS eeots. lbe popular and reliable steamer W. W. COHCORAN will make bar rtrer landlnee aa far down as OLYMONT. lardln at Ml(. KHALI. HALLeolDB and returnlns- loavl-;; Iter wharf dallr (exeept Sunday) at 10 a, ra , relurnlDK at 4 p. ra. Ilonod trip. - cents. Suaday trljHiof the W. W. LOHfuIlANt MAHSHALL HALL will be announce! weekly. te adTerttsements. For charters of steamers MACAI.ESTEFt and COItCOKAN for ettlier MOUNT VEHNOf or MAHSHALL HALL apply to L. L. BLAKR. Captain, on steamer. JuJ.tr WHTCHES. M. W. GALT Bl. k GO. 1107 1'euusy It aulu Ate., Call attention to their slock of Watches, comprising all the most desirable movements and styles of casing, from the lowest price for which a re liable iime-k4eper can be bought to tie mast expensire. These watches bear our firm name and are fully guaranteed. American W a It ha m Watches of ail grades DR. FERRAUD'S Tonic Wine of Coca W WkW WHAT TOS7 NBSD all jmastnna-df you eel ssaasat syou ni Bad Hit- . it luill J BOt WUUU..7- Hljnnmi hatter tae ThUti aruutMD TONIC than to no ojf and sank to drown these m's arahlf sae&nns ka "thn JtuwiiM b.. l thehr AtaEina: only TWlPOIUhi i-.r.' UEJUr, wnnn hy natnir k tewtt TM(f Km of Ccca nHB V9 YOfTB nftsTSV AN i . I rumnwMix taK j v U IfJNMCAX yhWi'KIuN sasewe e ea a eAd effort r :- TllHi 1 I hU'. oituneitf. Weak ntoeaajh. Lo.- ut . n T i-" . -. "iuir ..... rt i f HM SOtl T.111 Ii.- L ZSED'W- S. MERTZ, Kajsufauturiiii Cbumt. MM MTMJ&k JMahtTHWEM-r Waabiuwa, D -. BZtaaSanTnmjcm s .13 f