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THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 20, 1890.
Tim Daily Critic fUt 9ntg ttmoernHc Pnptr Pnb totarf tit TTusnihtfto. xtnr n amino IttM TVAlil3?IT: cititne Cft-HPASf. OFFtCt: 6 TXt itOfcTHtf Mf , tfaelll.WIsJll CTTT, 0. C. TwMttS 0 Sli MURfPfttK. By ma (estare prepaid), 1 yew D " inrontn iln tbeetty. lasonth THBCIUTlC, WMMftfWV1 B.C. vi8iwirw, p. a, Jtnni so. law. MKfcfi AH SILVER Speaker Reed ittid the Arlrrtinlstrstlna at fcaftd in aaavl In ofpMtlon Ut tire ftrtt-Ohtftftcttlm trill. lie no jottietl fntrea with the Administration for several rarwms. Like moM Eastern pnttftc re, he Is In favor nf the sinjrle pM stsartarrl. Then he want to r-on tral the appointment of collector of the pott of Portland, the chief Federal rile In the fine Tree State. Above alt. Kith Iresldertt Harrison mt of the race, he expect! to be the Administra tion rswlMate for the lresklentlat nomination. If he ran possibly do so he will hare the bill held up, even in Committee of the Whole, until a com lromle measure can be reached which will be adopted by a conferorwe be tween the two Houses, and which would lw accepted bjr imth Houses. This wonM probably be, substantially, the House bill with the bullion reilemptlon clause left out and a legal tender cltue put in. Tet he may be reckoning without his inlet. The stlrer Senators are ont for blood. They are determined not to jleM the advantage they bare gained in the Senate. They propose to hold the Tariff bill up until the fate of the Free. Coinage bill is settled. Their purpote Is to defeat any tariff legislation unless. they can have their way with silver, ami their way is free coinage. "jilt. WOLCOTTS SPEECH. Hera is what the New York Knning JW lias to say of Senator WoJcoU'a spcecb on silver: Senator Woleotfs attack, on the Admlnls trnttmi for Its attitude on the silver question, lor whlrh he received sarh abundant ap ptaare la the esllsrleo anI m the Boor of the Kiwle, l not very brllllaat In print. It atmmnts merely to I hit. that In the osmpalrn id ISM Wolwrtt and others nndertood that l We Republican national put form meant free (urease of silver, and mi told tb penal In tUhrstump-spcecbee: that I be people were to fallf Imprened with this notion that th if tuxr tat waj rttles frr Harrlaon. and that vf they Mil not so understood the mt trr Harrison would not hare carried Colo ak) aati ma other Western lut-s, and wunfd lerhap not have been etentel. lint ' a lot otother peoph-dld not tinder.tand tb platform that war. and ilnee th plat form was In fact ambiguous and was Intend ed to be reed both ways. Mr. Waloott's y I hclMa l good for nothing. 'It U a jlncl of WMdswMeh may serve to tleklc the Mrs of thelktraers while tba speaker Is oa Us feat, lot k has no lastlac I ropertles. mat mmoml Utt nmtra Is a phrase that wilt Mm be applied to Mr. Woleott nates h say soma tblsg better tbaatbl. The Xew York Tim, also, endeavors editorially to curtail MMVolcoU's glory tv ben It sajs: If weaekeerselvM what it was thst won II U l wear k able deauriutratloa of Uteres' and admiration wa am forced to say that It vas the Battery polltked but smart aad itles ln dsaaaehitloa of Vr. Harrison. W miht wMh sassa Juke sartnat It was tb a ne t ilt, HarrUon, for tba partkalar faulta attrikatHl to the PrwMant ara thoa of wbtabba Is aoaioracuiUr than all tba UuAt U his party, aad tba om thine whieh atora tbaa alt 1m aroasad tba aaasr of tba rouas Outorada orator Mr. Harrison's rmlstaaee to fre eolaaeils not dbwrsdltabla to bias aor ts b sal rut to blatsalf or tba caaaral pOliy .f Us party la that auttar. However, we cannot expert an aati ilver authority to reeenuiae the full merit at a blmetalliat orator, no matter bew 4ry and trenchant and spiawiU bis elotjtwnce. 3fr. Wokott will bava toemwaia biwself with tb rnWUaa that be hi on the popular able and that, w halaver may bava bean lu rhetorical am Mtkntie sborteealBf, hl sptwch waa at laaat original and eUp. THE KAILIIOAD QUESTtON. Tbaugblul eltiaaM will expariaaoe Hm dtltkultyiB reeofntaing tba valid -My nf tlM point maiU by tba iW afiasaat ib Mar la tke matiar of lk Atkisva bill. EaeaikM tba &r, &JtMn cr twenty years ao, advocated tba graaiiag of certain privileges to the Babtwate and Potoaanc JUUroad, it d4Mg MiA foltow liua tba .tfar is tbaraby beUMt to advocate tba asteauioa) aaal Irtuailoa of thoae privilege now. !) exctlUat rtaaOM, no doubt, aai M 814 the .Mur ia tba eariy tevtntiM. but it is aaoie than likaly tbat, with tba wtwaUotas tbaataa la tba rfMttrtjH tpre tbaa, taattt raaaoaa noWnjir ejdat la aWJbttplacathaicbeMeoi Waabbagteai iiantAvsnaaat and baaurlifailaai . wbia ksawr wiibia plate vWw, wu wot mm. ditesy dwawed o tawa. Topntiiyw laitwd to eater tba city oa it peaaaat baaHMnl to locate to depot at B and tttit. eHdaot tt tkuu tbm! saaaa tba weto dsKetatiMi tbat a oaiiiraa- ttea aad aa ealargeaatat i tba peay's otcuaatioa woubl ba BwWta tfcat, tba Ma, acted tba patrteabi put la opposing tba Barrtsaore aad tJbia Coaagawiys alurt to cteae Waaav iagteaaaaiaaiailabaraabKiaali.ato baaa taJa city aaa aa waiter at aba aatanr a maaoeady. lolvnai oaa tea. taaaaad. tba .Star eM nbai tt aaoitbi bava Voaa ia tba bwt, agat teataiuiiy dtecbargad ka obtt- gacatga la Mae uaaaaauatty. Via aHiiiwoa lo-ay U vary Waajaaaataa baa daiveaoaaai aw baauiil vi capital of tba awai. It groajtgi ia area aa baaa aa gaaat aa it tvatartoa ia meaaaaai aad agbt. PUoas -whk-b wgaote aad uacvaa foraov PHnw duasfdag grouada, uaatai "r "t r" ' " - TmitTfr M,l oAiiteat laaaaaaaaa jA Sanuasasi bjr bat ad anaaauaaJaaee U daw. Tba aosk fk'.e J tb Aveaua. wakb Mm oaca aftu .dntrf to Bffigftri'f aad oauitttd boaj. all i. ,i 'UaltmJ teiiaariaaJ iiBtsTwra kil LJt Uiome jji uarsaHaal, M aot aa ,.i-.LtulU leaxure U eaa of laa gtidMti oj-J uiust fawl nailing of aM taa,i. wu ita Wbat nay bave bastaa aJaaaaatrv Gaooar aad caaaoaaaJa cant to laa FeaaajlvaaJUi Baairwad la WH aa aacoai.s, br a - ttavt aad tt ooanpfaantoa of conditions, an irksome and most Trade srraWe far-tor In the ittaMron. Keery ttmsWeraWon of tbacfty's welfartdsj manrta that, Instead of wmflrmlng tire mllrrwd W fire orcnpatlon of Its present ttrmlnus, tTaclts, ete , It shouM be bvntrd further bajck rajfottd tba Mali aad limited to rocftHty where, so far at human wtertom can foresee, ft cannot afnla batiome an obstaere to the city's rtttefofment otnmermce to property tinfe. As regarda tire matter of termi nal facttttfeft. we fate the very IsrgtS! liberality In tbat respect. We sbouhi like to see the Penn svltafrta Rillroad Company nppllerl with eriry potslobj means of eon dwltng Its business to the matimum of ?drH fnr Itself afm conventnoca for lira rntbltr. We do not believe, how ever, tbat a ntefttlon of the tracks aad ih pot TitiihWnat in tht Ir present lncs lbn fc ai all necessary to this crms-i t rfintlon Mot une argument or fact hits tarn set up to show tbat It Is, nnr do Webtsilaieto repress the opfnirm tbsf any such showing Is Impossible. On the contrary, it seems clear to n tbat the only way to secure the weeded fa cilities, without tyrannically dispossess Int Individuals and trampling rough shod over private rights, Is to move the railroad's terminus back to some point where It will have alt the room It needs, not only now, but for ties In dt finite future. This Is the view we hope ami believe Congress will lake of the matter. It Is the view which must be taken by a large majority .f those who have given the subject intelligent and dlspwston ate consideration. Etra i"ra th Titus of travel began to set rastwarit and northward there has been loud and general complaint over the Imnffleient accommodation furnished by the railroad companies. Perhaps these.com plaints have referral more generally to lite lialtlmore ami Potomac than to the Haiti more ami Ohio Company, but this Is ot tourte title to the fart that a majority of these going Kast, ami nearly all or tboe getng through to points be.iond New York, travsl by the Pennsylvania route. Itosrever tbat may be, It has, for many ilsys past, been a matter of almost universal comment among would-be travelers tbat the railroad are rlther unable or unwtlllturto serve their patrons satisfactorily In the matter of sleep ln and parlor ears. It l hard to define the exsct limit of a rallnsy ooifiisn's reioneibttlty In such matters as this. Possibly there are no re Mtiltnitles In the ease. Hut, whether l here lie or not, there sre certainly eon ldt rations of tnoral duty and of selMn U rrst, ami It would seem that a corporation whk-h Is asking of Washington such ev trsordiuary eonceetrons a the 1'ennsrl vanla Company is, would le wise to consult the convenience of the coatmunity. The IHstriet may not be directly represented In Congress, hut It ts far from being without Ittfuenrc or the means of making that In-Hut-lire felt. Tirr. ('miii' Harrison story hus at tistd a great ileal of attention. Not only was it generally tpioted, but It I now the Mihject of editorial comment by the leading journals of the country. We quota a a case in point the following from an edit or Is I In to-day's New Vork Timt: "We are by no menus Inclined to reject abso lutely the story told by THn Wamhimitos Cairn ai to an Interview between Mr. Har rison ami an Intimate friend, In wlil-eh the former deebired that, as to tba silver bill eapeeUlly, be sbouM do bis duty as lie understands It aiid Ukc the coiMeuue4, even if they Included retirement from pub He 1 fa at the end of Ms term. It I u olt saying tbat no man I so gi-od or so bad aa be taeuw. Mr. Harrlsou certainly bM given no sign thus far since his unexetd elevation U the 1'reahleuey of bsvlng a eoaselenee of tbU s'mple ami heroic sort. But be is now brought face to face with tlu possibility of a supreme decision betwaen bis duty aad U apparent interest. He has striven lone aad aunlously to ifooioi the latter by the ordinary method of patronage and pnrUsaMhip. It Is not at all Impossible tbat be is u-K M heart of the whole weary struggle." Mm. Dt'wou. a prowiaeat tuabae mur dersr, wa banged to-day upon tba seeae of bis brtlHaal explosl. It is worthy of re mark, tbat, whereas Mr. DuboU' eritae eoa Med of i be butchery and extermination of his wife, a tew of bis efatblrea and hi auther-ia-Uw, and although be uade the usual announcement of aa Intention to go straigbt to Heaven from the seaffobl, he did not measles aawtag those whom be eapeetad to meat la the bleat Abode bis departed motber-ia-law. Whether be bad reason lor aseuwtes tbat hi Haetber-bs-Uw bad gone to asss place other tbaa Ileavea. or whether be mesely wished to iadteale bis detevmiaalbMi not to tmm rebtttea with her ia tba other world, does. art appear. The fact b tbat ha spoke of Ml suiting hi wile aad rhlhirtn. aati tbaa addad, "that's all." Kauu aU tab) we loaaiuiie taut tee Lite Mr. Itaeoie wa aa csUords aaey pesaoa ia mote saapaete tbaa hi tbat at tba bublani aad rrwiueary of hat kiliiaga. Evtataaaaoat baad-baarted ninwiarar fes grve tba party whom ha baaiaal coavarted bttoxcorpsa. Ma. Qtsi icwt'ui seeaark tbat tba Utijtnaat basaaatvad la tba ateenar, at a pagewa emilvalaat to a slap la the If Mr. Qaay bad baaa a waw aaaa. af ngnrliity a a macatea baas, ha woaU bava foteaaaa maay tack "steps" a taaaafl Wkaaaa aUl ftilf kaaWt tft aafanVr aattaffM kanfi tUt.- wm ""amp aaaat paBBsseaaswr a aanaaaa aamaana Ja1aw ama U waate tete the L'aated States annate. Vua vai sswkmi, at Borgue oattet irbame is aaaa. For a baf tiaae past bv aa pnaiasied maajoi tba aaaat slmv-isal atirftute ot cwrtea- It can ba baslad too soon. Waaa-'s tte Mattes- WUb Htmil Ucaani Ttnitn tyt: "I aa aid anaaa tiatwagaiuit aa Seated baajw aj sba bjeat aacaaaaaaaajry aaaaMeVjai adaaav of asfjtlaaa." Taa rfaiatiti asltwl dy Mat af a nHasr wa imataf atf , " eaj mm aY atase htv abaaoaa iaaa tkoajght, We tett, aad wateb. aad nana. " v sw p sapaw jaaaaaMprt jam Haaat Vstf MMaWaM WMafVanaaaa Euact Cud's jwbiaseat ay- va biaa aa baaga fair WabaMourteakpteatiM taag kktob Aad tamm God's aucaU aaU. bg taeh, fTiesr aa tea nation s srsra. aut afsdn. mm ia tea 4m Vaa vnmU eama of obi Bm&baaorts1a?1' Wddntaa at agat.baad, aaar iriaad. SUMS U4 US U atari at bU fast, oa gaaartlat lAartty WM. faorne, in PhMuidkut J M, IN THE LOBBIES. Levsten Ben.Jt. lxmts; R. W. Allison, ttttsriwrg: T. M. Spraane. Alieaticny, P., end Mrs. ft. T. Phelps and .Wrs. .. F.vtsTm, San Fmnefteo, are rtoppleg at Wilisrd. rn F. .weFaMen of PbHanVlptils IS registered at the Randall. It. C. Kline and CJotonel Robert Avery, Sctr fork: Walter H fbrnnev, rVntMenre, sad B. W. Wrenn, Port Tewttsend, SI1b are at the ftfggs House. Theodore Evans, ?ew Tev; B. S. Beseb and srtfe. rbKkport, 9. T.; M. A. Srott, CMnmbwa, Oa.; A. H. and A. f. Fovea, St. Loufs, and J. ft. .HeOratb, Chicago, are rrgfstered at the Xatronat. O. V. Haskell and S. It. Springer, Chi fsgo; L. C. JloMe and family, Houston, Ts., and John W. Strebil, CltHnnatl, ire stopptng at the St. .Itmm. . C. tnpperi Se Tork: R. H. Snrikev, Phftadelpnta: t . . Hsmmon and wife Bntraro, and t. N. Llncotn, Boston, are at the .Hetrapoinin. Ongressman tt. It. Buan of Sort t'smltna has mnrned from a trip to his rii'ttict and is st the .wetropmitan. W S. Itranstm, St lmts; T. Retry and H. M risggett, Imston, are at the Motet Jobmwn. t W. Murphy and John Price, Jtew fork, are stopping at the Hotel imperial. John 3. Allen, Brooklyn, and Major -l. B. Pratt, Campefre, Mass , are reglstereil at tVeteher's. W. C. II. Swift, Massachusetts: 0. Un drnthal, PfMubnrg, and W. K. Austin awl wife, New Tork, are at Wormrey's. C. 11. Nell and wife, Columbus, Ohio; K. S. Taylor. Fargo, N. 1).; R. E. Marvin, Al any, and .r. Barton Keys, t.'hlcago, are st at the Arlington. (leorge Benjsmln, New York; Edward M. Thcmneou. Mlnnrsnta. awl .1. risnnou Helens, Jion., are staying at the Norman die. J. B. King ami wife of Louisville arrived this morning ami regteterert at Cbamlier lln's. tieorgelt. Morrison of 9a Francisco Is at the Shorebsm. C. H. llntrlilns ami wife, Hetroit; it. K. Plnkipy, Terre Itante; W. W. Seley, Wsco, Tex.; N. R. llaker and wife, Topeka, Kin.; John IloWnson ami J. II. Hawes, New York, ami J. J. Cost el lo, Dtiluth, Minn., are among the prominent guests registered at the KltWtt, Thomas S. Ksnsom. Howanl St. C. Walt, Warren I fort, llsnwtn W. 1'ollock ami wife and A. Henry I'olloek, New lork; John M. Cenway, Vfrginla: P. A. Hall ami J. W. Williams, Boston, are among the prominent guests registered at the A mo. C. 1'. Hanglilan of New York, president of the Chroma Hteel WorU, and Levi C. lllrd of Wilmington, Del.; U. O. Wheeler, prrsbleut of the Pterlina: Steel Works, Ilttiburg, arc stopjiliig at Cbsmherlln's. i , PERSONAL. Mr. i:. I-'. Droop leave the cily JI in da) night to make arrangement for his J'.nrnpenn trip. JIme. Ftirscb-Madl baa tsken up lier alKide, limporHrlly at leaat. In Paris, w lit re she inotiins the lose of her Inn band, JI. Ilfiiti Verio. Mis. Maiy .1 Holmes Is one of the most imlelatlaable travelers aiuonif women autburs. She has reoenlly com pleteil it year's tour of the world, aod is now going to Alaska. Count Hartenau, lwst known as Prince Alexander of llattenberg, and of lliilgarla, who msrrleil ib prettv opera singer. Millie. LoMnger, U it great favor ttt the Austrian court HI infant son was recently christened under the name of Louis Alexander, tl) Grand Duke of Hiate standing its godfather. Margaret ol Savoy, the silver-haired ducbosa dowager of Gunoa, mother of tl o Queen of Italy, despite her age and rank, walks lo church like the poorest working woman of the towu. Sir William Jenner, the Queen's phy sician. I allOUt to rutlrn (mm r.ntulnn and live on his Hampshire estate, where ho will make a collection of bU writ ings and perhaps do other important literary work. MIw Louise Meyer, tin) new South ern writer. Is only 18 years of age. Her father is Ueneral Adolph Meyer, ami Mi Louise hat bad every advantage of wealth and position. She is said to be very beautiful. The lioumanlan Queen. "Carmen tylva," la an illustrious epicure. She has invented several dishes, ami some time cooks one for the king with her own hands. She tries tbem oa bar royal lord, and if he survives sue knows they n all right William Morris, the English poet, ami other advanced Socialists of Lomloe, are making the experiment of Introduc ing the worklugmen to some of the re finements of the West End Club. The Philadelphia physician, Dr. D. Hayes Agnew, has expressed the opinion tbat the cliraatie changes which are now going oa here will, la time, cause the flora of the tropica to sourish up North. The first woman lawyer appointed In Connecticut, Mis Mary Hall, k a loader la ber profesetoa. Sua U a niaasaat woman, about W years of age, aad thoroughly well rusted ia all tbat per tain to the law far the people. CURRENT HUMOR. "Why do you always go to walk round tba powder- bouaer" Because I uh trylag to break off smokiag. " fcaasa it Bfnntnr. "You aM accused," said a judge ia Paris, "of baviaa attempted to poison yourbuabaad wiUi paospkorua. Wbat bava you to sayr" "I desire bsai taw dottow asafca aa autpaay. lepoea tea waamaa, as a kadtad at her buabaad Xw OriMas Picnyui. nl St it hers ia a H,II .tll aS. m. 1. - . mm 7-". mrn n mj . . w aaay aa years oml "raatsaaajr be; hat you doa't baaa to ba vy obi to r tiw taote mtVPut. Maniaga i a lottery ia wakb we all daa Bi HUB a TMimWK BU "1 have a't araaa a Vby ate you SO dJ yam ska fiteVMaaoei an a Misasir. My. Uaaaatr- "I caaH Imaght," tatuntal laaajiat. "Wa would Uka sosaa mad rasaaiy far bbj i anoy ao." ai taa aaokas- att!LSf J "', " to "Yottl ae to saa Mr. Psoeava," twjm UleJny; "ba's tate Su'tatary of , you kaoar. "& lift. JCitot--How teuiea wiiijau PJ sjegslamia w MRasv 'WpnMaBp' aWnaessW" VWsfosata. aagjy Crtfaaa You tea igsavb. UAa of Littla Gwrwaa Itjd-tebuotso.' Veil, I Uays oa a ajnta tuae, uad 4m yuu m if dot's tooawxicb Pm-k tHism-Wky a.B t you vmui tbat MCyad, buUnackssd, uuraa-outajsg-bated giug yly a bo la i nraiiaa; suf Sbaturbaaui ? Pobxeaaaa VouMa't bsaouae lie's got apolitical puii. Qaaaav-siow dw you kao ' Police aaaa Know it from his k,k. V, Yirtk Wmtkly THOMAS B. REED. txe tmiT of m wm has hts cHAXACTtn mitm. Ht tm-rmasteH Mmrwire nnt itrtt- llmsey fMrStnamn KntHet f hnn AtMemHkfe. Vflral m Lv1tiTmrrftrltTjTHt1ml, .Tmtr is If cvmfnge be IntrepMHy In wrong rrtrfbf, and brlllbtnry an easy, off-Kami audacity In tba atsertrtm of Injiistb and nwtrutb, the present Speaker- of the thmal House of Tlpran tat Ives Is botb a crmrngtoTM ami a brilliant man, lint the contrast ba presents to hfs Irrmrntttc prerleesjflswf throws some doubt ripon thew points ami ought to start a train of reflections In the minds of thoughtful, fair-minded people. Mr. Carlisle was sw calm and yit so strong, so Arm and yet so just, so sober and yet so able, so serious ami yitsnsclntlllant, as to cast upon Mr. Ileed's swaajreT and bnivsdo the ills credit whfch the meretrrcrons must al ways suffer when brought to question by real merit. OtBSTlOKAm.R BRAVBNY. Mr. Need does not seem to us to lie a brave rrmn though It (. not wise to clmllcnge men in this regard until the contrary is shown certainly, not a brave man in the moral wiee. True bravery Is rarely tyrannical and never can- linidenctl. It allows some chance loits adversary. It does not propose to gag ami bind lilm, ami, thus de frmclcss, to tnh him or to take his life. Nor do Mr. Heed's peculiar talents however trickily showy and smartly cor.spicuous have the ring, or the re llicllon, of the true metal. They np nenr to emanate firm some secret seno of Inferiority, ami, lacking the dignity of the statesman, they take, by a kind of necessary preference, to the ways or the clown. A MODMUt rAMrTAFX. There Is more of Kalstarf In the Inner than in the outer man of this greasy and Jocose despot, who trolls ofl the most outrageous and brutal nets of legisla tive oppression with a leer and a sneer, where a piece of drawling Insolence, meant for sarcasm, does not nt once re spond to the demands or a tongue ued to vituperation and Imth bv nature and habit vile. Ilo has ralsteff's philo sophic contempt fnr honor; Fnlstaff's disregard or the claims and rights of others; FHlstaft's nppcllte Tor plunder and lnenslhllltv to truth. If FalstalT was brilliant, he Is brilliant. If Fnlstarf was bravo, ho Is brave. Hut ids valor Is lhat which contldereth first of all Its own Interest, and his brilliancy that of tho dead mackerel In Hie moonlight "lhat stinks and shines, and shines and stinks." Intellectually, ho Is a pest home of peripatetic political tllseaso. WHAT HIM (IAMK ts. Mr. Hcid Is playing a gam. !! I plating a game for tho Presidency, lint ho Is playing It neither liken poFl tlrlan, gentleman, nor a gambler. He U playing It like a crook, with marked raid and a gang of confederates close at hand. He will never succeed. He miy, ard doubtless will, do Infinite harm be fore his power can lo arrested. He may, Indeed, throw the business of the country Into vast and ruinous confusion, llu U craftier than Keifer, the Itepub Mean Speaker next before him. who disgraced the Chair of the presiding rdtlcer of the House, and brought upon himself ami party both obloquy and derision, and therefore he may not fall so low as Keifer fell, but. all the same, bis fall will ho odious and overwhelm Ing. He is a buccaneer of the scuttle ship breed, a freebooter "out for the stiiir," a Malay pirate tempered by l ankee sbren'iln.a mil H Mnlna liquor law, which was created for the manufacture of rascals ami the aim. mentation of crime. He has made himself master of the body of which he is the legs! servant, and Is striving to secure absolute control over the Itepubllcan pany The stab Ice he Is aiming at are too great to be won by foul foul t( f.illl nlav Tl They are soltiom won by any kind of play. Tut roan cannot succeed where Illalne failed, though Illalne is to Heed. Hyperion to a sal jr. He will come 'to grief, and fetch his party with him. However. If be does that, it cannot be written upon his tomb that he did no service and lived In vain. A COOL DRUMMER. Hut the Slac-Drlver TelU u Illirerent Stury. nmm Us JMriarfi LtUiml J. Wise, the short-lagged traveler for K. Martin & Co., Saa Francisco dealers In Kentucky hardware, was ia town Saturday and gave the Literal a thrill log aceouat of bis experience with Arlzoaa brigands. He sakl he was la the stage from Globe to FbMaaee which vas rteently robbed. Tba robber told him to throw down tba mail aati ex prtss psekagee. Ha proceeded to do so, and white carrying out the ardor waaagtd to drop bis pocket-book, coa- laiaiag about .fWW, laio tba bottom of bis boot Tba robber then ataue bias gat down and stand ia a tow with tbe rest of tba paasenaers, ahea one of tba robbers went through Iheir pocket, but oaly Sot a few dollars ia cbaafe from WUa. urt ae tba robbers ware laaviag Wis botkied out to than aad told tbasa (bay owed bias two bite. "What forr" aakad tba robber. 'For liftiag dowa that ex press aad mail," be aaaweted. "Ob, you go to ," said tba robber, as ba roda away. By a strange ctduvidaaea Jim Gutb ri. who drives live Globe atajga, was bi towa oa Tudny aad subwUted to aa tetervtew la regard to taa robbary. J said that Wtes was ridiaa by hte sbte waea tba stage was stopped aid -trwmil very Kuth excited, lie laMBaaHateiy begaa gettiag out taa wail aad exaaeas without baiaf told. Assuoa aaaa ot it out ba iuatpad doava, eaaatiad bis pocket aad said Ob, Mr. Hobber, Iaaveoaiy got 111 ia noacy. but bare is tea) ia eWks, aad I'U ladotsa tkaas to you wbte aa JadaHlila pesvcil, wakk W juat as bjggai at ask, aas it aty roUaiate eaaia aaar watesaury raju-a aad paaaaa, Mm. Mobaar, doa't kllliia." Taa passjmgsai ail hnigaag aad taa aosaav saad: "Ok, aa to ." 4t viaaaaa aaite Mrum Us asr suVsaaim. buauay-hoavowl Teabar Uw you aWn bj Juauaa atate, Toauasy Toasaty Yes'w- Wtor" jWaaydooaaa-ai' a er apMMa saaaaaeaanWsWjie UWyoaaisM A rjyeKr MiWk '- ' ""sl sPaB samsvMMV W JmrWIiw aftr WwHm-9 lorttiaate H savw to aa atataj! fa- Mri-Ye. Ma hat toja Wm swav aa oaaa batch aad nsirrarad la.Miu fsoas taa ntoparty oaraat. kuxt vii.nji lo the back, sJm iiits AiikXe, elbuas. ur wiials. Ia l uti ulliUlalJUU ut iu.lil fr.aii tha iiciU s btki s itkilllm tisutrallApe tec y hf Lii it us cores "'"v" A BABY ACTRWS. tb Waj Miss Vtettrrta Vekes Mnde tier IHhntt n-ri rvs m Kntt nrfr sirisr. It mw bean the rsopnlnT ImpresMon tbat I am the oldest of tire Vote sts ter. Tuft h triTiireorrs, .Tessfe was setwnl years my senior, ami I am a year ot two oMet than rbwhm, who Is tbe baby of tbe family. Now, to con tlnrte this trrre ami only confession I hate ever rmrde- My father was, many yean ago, a naval and military uniform maker on Hegent strvjat, Lomton. I say "maker," ami rmt "tailor," be cause his business, was principally In the manufacture of ihe iobl ami silver lace which adorns Kngltsh uniforms! tme ot nts intimate rrtenns was Mr. Cresswlck, the manager of tbe Surrey Theatre, and m father received a large order from him to make tbe gold lee adornments for a gorgeous band of for eign majnr-generals, wanted In a spec tacular melodrama. It was this friendblp of mv father wbh Cresswlck that led to his Infant family becomlnv the bam) of strolling players known to crowned basils and the populace as Ihe Yokes family. A e were all taken by father to se tbe uniforms of the rftittor generals. Cresswick gave us a box. I was a Imbv in arms, but I went with the rest ami on lhat very evening mode my fteftxf. In Hie piece was a baby. Just about Ihe time that ihe baby should have been brought on to be kissed by its poor, persecuted mother It was taken with cramps and the management w.tt in a quandary. At that point I lifted my voice and crowed at Fred, who was trying to stand on his head In a corner of the box, and Cresswlck saw his salvation. He rushed atouml to us. "Lend me jour baby, Vokev' he cried. "Hnt,.i my near sir-, exclaimed my aston ished father. "Oh, that's all right. Sirs. Vokes can stand In the wings. Now give me the baby and save the scene. ' I was deposited In Cresswlck's aims and my mother followed, Fred clinging to her skirts and my father bringing up the rear. Hoslnn, of course, was not born. I was placed In the arms of the "af flicted Countess" and slowly carried to the footlights, where I was kissed and wcnl over and nil the other things which stage heroines do. All through It I crowed heartily as my baby lmis knew how. A big round of npplausc greet my efforts (so I have been told) and when I was snatched from the em brace of the "aftltcted Countess" by one of the fiercest looking of tho major generals the action was received with a storm of hisses from the pit and gal lery. 1 was restored to the lap of my legitimate mother and my debut on the stage was over. For tho next live or six years we children had tho run of the Surrey Theatre, mid my father's business with theatrical ieople Increased until, by de gttts. the flavor of the stage permeated the whole family. First one of us, then another, ami sometimes nil font of us Frid, Jtssle, Koslna and me f would be given small tmrts In panto mimes the very happiest occurrence ot our utile lives, u e took to Hie root lights as though we hail len born there, and one day we were di'scritied In all tho papers as "Ihu clever little Vnkvs family." That seated cur fate. Father's business was not n prosper ous as It had been, large salaries were olfireil for us and we became pro fessionals. We always traveled In charge of an aunt, a dear soul, who was our In structor and second mother. Xow, suppose wo have a part to learn. The Hues would be dictated to us and the fsults of spelling noted ami corrected. Then wo would parse the .Jlnes, next learn thorn by heart and then write them out from memory. In this way we became letter perfect In the role and with each part increased our knowledge oi w nun ir, grammar ami spelling. Then the plays In which we took part often suggested questions of history, geography and most of the other things that come to the school child's educa tion, and all these things we seemed to acquire as a privilege, not as a task. As for the various calistbenlc, lerpcshorean or acrobatic accomplishments, we began with the dumb-bells, continued with tbe Indian clubs and progressed to the trapeze. In fact we went through dally exactly the same kind of healthful exercise which is now so fashionable with what you call In this country "the athletic girl." Of course, as we were of tbe stage stagy, we took instruction in bal let dancing, ami liked It lust as much aa we liked everything else cooneoted with our theatrical life. Prod's trlek of sending bis legs over our heads was really tbe result of an accident. Itoslna was In hU way one night on tbe stage while be was dolog a grotesque hornpipe, and Fred sent bis legs flying over bis tiny sister's head. The act was immediately applauded. Fred al ways was sharp at catching oa to a point, and for tbe rest of the week he practiced with us until bis Jags Uoppad over us like tbe sail of a centreboard cutter, aad when Fan doe waa adopted as one of us be soon learned tba same trick. Ktulurk) Colonel Stay fla lo Churelt. ftem lh adteaa Vtumytr. Tbe Louisville CvurUr Joitrmd refars to tba "new Kentucky law fasbiddiag tbe apptaraaea of aay druakaa nwu at church with a bottte of w husky. " Tabs ia aot such aa uawarraatabte lafriiuw aseat upon tba liberttes of tba paopte, It doeea't debar druakaa asaa without battles of whisky, aer awa with whisky boattes who ara aot druak. Tba Keatucky ealoaai may adll go to church. tiimil Cw ur MIc Lter, rrm Uu UUtU kUtuurJ. A YeiNMtU editor boasts that a has a ttab toiled, ,'oaa botaad cow, with no pedigree, which aot oaly furnisbari the milk for hts busily of tea twrauan had year, hat f Mb) worth, which ha said to his rigbhosa. It will readily he saaa Jsaat this that the caw hi either food aa or the editor is a raaanaahiy Jafar ikr. A ChaitmM VmmHf. Firat Traaai I could haaa told you that you woulda't gat aaythbag at that aseoaji Tsajstfr-Veal I wag Juss w kaBMH mmm fm-UMmt A Mlannte WanJlanfanS Mnm Mnndt apef"Ba amasw sanpeaanai e apavaapF spanaaanpaM asaa aXaaW af tantsbjaW. ' Vbat Wad al viator" by, aaawisbipar3 WHIM tHsf J-UOfg TiytnTitfB CXMplft H ill yhp InhpWnU lanafjpl k WM anasaaaf W aanatnAttaMaa- BannnnnnBBBnnnVa AlAMdr 'Baffi fhMK ba fenigMr Lo MHUilu.fJ esBgnaMB' saaaa- asanas1 ttaa tP panak mimr yaaaywwwaaa Iftttannnnnn snnnnnnns ttft sSaaallHaBfBBnnanBann jJ U Mtt flpHpaW aaaa JrBar as BmamPBJJ Ht kX&iimm-l IQaar f frnsafM aW JeaaiftMatenaf sV Jttnft tapnat atotipW al ttpMiii JK4ntata WLk laannlBlnBnanlanHMsal HanaanMaaf WlfcW Tba b aaiintn wao bHt altes aaasy imTSmk Vd to I Wane ia tool kite CUiUCD. OOLOm RICKETTS' HILUSrl. The Veteran Jdter anrt ttSrmnn Itenllres a rortSrl. Wn,.grAtniF., Pa , Jnna 2I. Coroirel n. Bruce Ricketts of Rrclretts' fanroTrs buttery at Gettysburg, dew rrot cvj now wrro the Perrwcrnta of Perm sylvania nominate for Governor. He snys ha Is not in tbe rove. After tbe wt Ctwimel Hrcketts bought S0,W acres of woodland on the mountain rrere for a mere ions-. Yesterday be soM 40,000 acres to an English syndi cate for $88 mi acre, which makes him a millionaire. Cokmel liicketts and his attorney, ex Attorney General Palmer, left for New York yesterdav, and will sail for London today, where they will com plete all negotiations. It h nmlerstood tbat Colonel Hrcketts will be eler-ted KesMent of the English compart v, ami at the timber wilt be "worked"' and sent to market as soon as the necessary arrangements can be made. When Coronet liicketts retnrned from the wsr he at once began to buy up un settled lands In Lurerne ami ntljotnlne counties. He predicted that the day would come when these lands would be valuable, but the day of fortune was so Joug In coming that he was tempted several times to sell his possessions for wbat he could get Upon one occasion he was so oor that he was unable to pay Ihe taxes. Colonel It. K. Jamison of Philadelphia then came to hts as sistance, ami the military man ami the Philadelphia banker have worked together, as Colonel Jamison was of the same opinion as Colonel Klcketls, lhat there would a day come when the timber on the land would be In trig de mand, and must necessarily htlng a big prlre. Colonel Jamison has a strip of land which starts at Fishing Creek, Coluin bio Count?, and meets Hlcketts' dense forest of timber at Harvey's Lake. Two years aeo the Lehigh Valley Hall road tapped 1 1 amy 1 Lake, and Hlcketts' land tripled In value. He had an offer to sell then, but declined. Experts say the timber on it Is the most valuable In the country. In Sullivan County there are about 8,000 acres, and in Columbia County about 7,000. In 1800, when Colonel Hlcketts first bognn to buy up the Innd, It wns n dense wilderness, with boars, deer and other wild game abounding. ltlondj rime Wur Looked for. New Yoiik, June 20. A HsniUl special from St. Louis says: There arc prospects for t ctlous complications nnd a bloody race war In southeast Missouri. Tho white people refuse to permit ne Etoes to work on the construction of the St. Louis, Arkansas nnd Texts Railroad and have attacked tho negroes several times and scattered thorn. Receivers Fordyce nnd Swnnson were granted per mission by the United States Circuit Court jesteiday to omploy a force of detictlves ami rangers to protect their men. This will precipitate hostilities. The railroad company will semi 130 men to the scene of trouble, thoroughly annul and equipped. Cliejrnnrs Temporarily tjulet. Lamk Dkkk AtiKxrv, ma Mii-iw Citv, Mont., Juue 20. The threatened outbreak among the Cheyennes Is for the present arrested, and unless the In dians sgnln shoot and kill the cattle be longing to the ranchers in the vicinity of Tongue River there will lie no further trouble. Hut should the Chy ennes break their promise made to Col onel Curtis and Major Upshaw In open council Wednesday night and be caught at their old tricks all the troops In Forts Koogh Htul Custer combined can not prevent hloodthed. That Tired Feeling Prevails with its most eaervatia- awl dbi eouragleg effect In spring- aad early suacBer, when tbe days grow warmer aad tbe tealag effect of tbe cold air 1 gone. Hood's Sana rarllla spsedlly overcome "tbat tired fset in(t," whether eansed br change of climate, season or life, by overwork or Illness and lea part that feeHagn! strength and eifeoaa denee which Is eoafortin and Mttsfylac. It also ear lk headache, blltousaeM, ladi aestkwand dyspepsia. ,erroii llcuilutlio "Early last sprim; I was very moan run dawn, bad nervous beadaabe, felt miserable and all that. Iwa eryBush tenanted bv Hood's Sarsaparllla and reeoamead it to ay frlndi."-l!H. J. M. Tatlok, 111 BaaUd avenue, Cleveland, O. "I have for a loac tin been Heme Hoed' SarwiarUU, aad, believe ma. I would net be without it. Aa a rlsg tBedietee It U laval sable. "-E. A. Ilaenss, 1S9 Oatarkt street, Cbteege, III. Hood's Sarsaparilia Sold by all draaaisU. $1; six far Jk Ptavared oaly by C.I. HOUU & CO.. Loweil, Ma. 10O Iumh tliie llollur Diffciftf f L.ujeis ad Law Fknas ruMpasu. cAkHOrffrsw, ArrtMtwaT-JLT-iaw, Wniiainate.a.a.C. Webster Law BnHatss. M0BnanBnltMlBV lattal H snanMnnaV UafantntWannnnL 7aaMI X WBfku, imMMUf. AMM stsWWJswn). wrath asnat, WUiMuaBWeaa. WiiaWnastbabB jsaatetasieebtK' "tyUOaalUatY WUHHUtK. AOatMaV AT-LAW. an lift an) n tt., fttnaney aaaUaw, aaw lonnrtans ave. Vsshiaatiai. P. R ttUmm&tXil.&ill$ WLUl. tUMSt . ttaminii l T wn adt-sj w,ra SUnffllsasff, at J, WJWT A-b4.W. atllMntb anus mmHtmooo vsmmvmt. Pswaaa'a' jyawy 9 JpVWlaaal arnMnaa . -asne, POORS BOUGHT. a uihacs bavtM oitaar bhradea tullunn ur btMiu lo oiaMtejt ut to addraa tea imaWrahfoad. woo reaoj u giinnmae taa saant a. anil tur Aitm ui- The dtdas minovance aA n.i....fc.Fw of auutioa aaha u thereby atohted U Low a so roar tamiaar say aw aasaaa as mmta'm' 'nriTT" 1 vimaamafnS sjtei saaool otieas aaot-n. aanadsbasl Waewwiirai uoaaaaoulu awbwrbad IHHWSnW cm aerai bMMMJJUf. U.. imH aAdiaaiV iu a DO YOU WANT BARGAINS -1!- House Furnishings? If so. See Thoe Offered by JULIUS LANSBURGH, Tlilrtecnlh mill V .Streets. IMMENSE REDUCTIONS DEPARTMENT. CCHTAIMS. IlKAl'KltlBS A!tD uimioIjKTBkv noons ciT to Ls XHA? oMg-HAbr or miti: tiii: iiAit(i.i.s ormnnir. S8 nalrs Oriental nriped Cnrtams. rednied to SB per pafr; former price, $1tj very IMIrer"VffM n mrtrs Imported Panjab certains, rerfnesrt to ja.80 pet psrr; former prlee, ; ehnrsnt ana stylbh. 5T pairs Fancy Striped Lbtht-Webtnt Onr tsliw. redneed from n to S9e per rath; cool and dnrabte for rammer. TArBSTHIM FOR FURNITURg COVBR- ism and dhaphry; Reduced from K S6 to ftl.ss per yard. ?S.eotole ,( ' S1.7toTo " " tl.SStoSee " Matting. Matting. The most extensive aad varied assortment ever thown In this rtty. tlwlnjr to the ad vanced season we have ml need prlees on the entire stok. SSO rolls White Mnttlnft, reduced toS4 99 per roll. S8T rolls Fancy Matting, reduced to ST per roll. 17 rolls Seamless Matting, reduced to $10 per roll. SSO rolls Seamless MattltMT, reduced to SIS per roll. 417 rolls Seamless Matting, redneed to II Per roll. Mew aad Fancy Deslims. Furniture. Furniture. Droat reduction In the Furniture Depart ment. Prlees COT FULLY on PER CKNT. Look nt tlHe bndno 3-plece Solid Oik Chamber Suits offered at 8t. Antlnaeaml Sixteenth Century Finish. I,are Preer.lleT eled Mlass. These suit were madeexpretsly for ns, after our own designs, nnd are with out doubt the finest ever shown for tbe money. Worth fully $W. f f 0 Chairs to match. 1 eaoh. 300 Hookers to match, t each. v i antes 10 msicu, ji.do eacn. Baby Carriages. :s Different Styles. See those offered at flW. Cheapest In the market. SPKCIAI. ATTENTION tl calle.1 to ttwiKi offered at JI5. This carrlaae Is without ex ception the best ever shown at that price. Attertion is utmiuMlled to n very iMndnme ft plero Parlor suit, npholstere 1 In Mlk Plush andTspestiy, rediieed to .; worth . Mast lie teen to be appreciated. . llhr-lllOKHATOHSiand I CK C 11 BOTH from !S np 1 xamlnn those oa the Dry-Air Prtn etple Mo reeking to absorb or retain the molature W IIlR PCOHN and WINDOW SCRBBNa to order. Low Price. ADJl.STAI l.K WIRE MTE8N8 will fit any wlndt w . LOOHK rTHXITt'RKCOVKllgto order at Lowest Possible Prices. Wall Papers. New and Correct Effect!, a Is bed. Estimate fur JULIUS LANSBURGH, Tliii treulli uml 1' Mrcel. 0FFI0E OF ft OODWA1ID A LOT11KOP. CeraerltthaadFsts. n w. Continualiofi of Our Great Sale OF Ladies' He 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: Ladle.' Watte lastas Lawn bait, wrth taaaad skirt aad waast. nt.TS eash. Laanae'Walta laata Lawa Sasts, with fall tacked skirt sad waist, seek ear yaai teas. SU0 each- f LaahM' ladle Lawa aaat. Ms pin Uml skirt, walet aaaly taaaad aad trim and with M ekist, with waW aaal ha aah tasked aaa I ran m ml with easbrusaeer, aaatt Laaka'ladia Lawa alte.aksM f Baaat eanhsoldiriry. full t nek ad bjurit aad saw (yte tacked wabjt. VIM eaub, LasUea' India Lawa aeita. alaia aad aai brulaased bos plaited auaatesUct, aaw afcyla waist. IS eavb- Laaase' WaUe autt f Mae astaaa ot i'Waaaaaas. ataeasih. Ladies' rHata White Moa-aaiitad aaa Tucked ault,wuadoubl skJSH. saHaaaa far aumralaa, SMaacb. taaioa' White Xali fuita-aaa iwakastut kAnsntisnAannBnnl nLIIIII1anTlaT UaMkla jfaa- OmJ mmrmmmmmmmmm avvaasvaaesa aBBaaBaaaaaav sesip sjHHWaVa MfftaaVnasVaW SttMaCk. India' wait aatt of Haast Hat, ess- tie aa aaeeUaat aaa at Uaa' Waa-alas Fiala aHnaaahtoaed aad Ibawaaaaaaait Vuaal aVs k iasaaa' What Baassas- , tjt aad WMteaoa. IA WsttaUlM W OiHT aUMsteaatl aaaMawssaW Hi- (aft date' WUlsS Attkat aW Wkmi uAat Ua9 "" T BaW eaa 7"laMPs 'Paw WHRbV Wm Ttmmw Ml Jiaf IMMaaWanC m Haaannl anananfal tt anttt nanl Twtmi t mm, taw ua u t sa. sl rr. AMVSltMlRVTS. ALIUrjSR'S QltAjrD fJTKRA tint P tveirlnas at Rfi. Matinco s.n LflMOKT OPERA COMPANY The BlatJk Hussar. GCTtMeal Au fHlWItlWW a s IrWtTW SBATt Ifevt Week-AMORtTA. SSATS JSOWOIfSUE jca J. T WR HEOLIKN. rstne Orattst of All Mnslcst Instann.r.U Mentrse R latrorjiis any ran'c Jftnn a waits Of a ballad to an overtnre or a symphony mora bssnrtlfniTr and more ne.r j pevteet than any other sin? :o I sWfsnnnTBflX The Aenltae Is net mehai f?i, , I .t. manipnlnt ot tt rs so simple th,i a j i n eonrertn to play It with from ore ( thr.o weees'prnetree. Tonv vllt t v-i IH i c strmnent will be esteemed a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, S TA. AVB., fete Aaaat forflte'nway and other Kit Clns nnnos and Orcsr BXUUItSlONS. TUSK KVEJtlSOS ON TUB I?lVR TheXew Palatlat Iron and 8te 1 -'teamcr, C1IAHLR9 MAOALRSTBIl. The Finest and Fastest and only Jfe wStcatn.. on the Potomac Hirer. 180 Blvctrie I.lxhts Rleotrlo sear' h U(.'. IlInnlnatrnK the Illver nnd Landmen. Lea vine her wharf, foot of th st , ATS-S0 P. M. SHARP, FRIDAY AND 8ATt.Tni)AT EVENINGS, .HNRMAKD2I, smlon each FrWay and Satnrday evrTjlrc clmlne the season of ISM, arriving In Wash Incton on her return at 10 o'clock p. m M JIILES TO INDIAN IIBAD ANDRntCRN. Landlnirnt MaRSItALIiIIAT.ti Golnenml Iletnrnlnir. Kleeant Tafe on the Charles JlacBte'icr M nils and Lunc lies at Marshall Hall Hei tanrant. K.MIR. ROUND TRIP. SK. Rel of Order Onarantewl JnW,t L. L. DLAKB. Cpta:n BAY RIDGE, ON THE CHESAPEAKE, OPEISi JUNE IH.. Naval Academy Band. FINEST MEALS. FINRST ATTRAC TI0N3 RVKRYTIIINd THE MEST. Trains l avc II. A O. Depot, week days, 0 1" a. rs,, 1.30 ami 4.30 p. m. Sundays, 9 Jam. 1.80 ami 3.1S p m Leave Day Illdro, week days, 6 JO end t 10 p. in. Sundays, 8 and 9 p. m. Hound Trip Tickets $1.00 J. T. ODKLL, General M in-- . CIIAS. O. SIX LL, Oen'l I'iMenner Rint. Jnlt.tf The Mount Vernon AND JtAHBHALI. IIALI. STE.MBOAT CllJirASY. Oa and after JUNE1. IsSO, the ncwlro-jatvl steel steamer. CnARLKS MACALKSTEII. will leave her wunrf, foot of SKVKTI1 ft , for MOUNT VERNON and JIAK1IIALL, HALL as follows: for JIOUNT VERNON-Everyday (exesrt Sunday) at 10 a. m and 2 30 p. m , retarnlnit at ! and 4S p. m I'aMenaers run remain at 3IOU.NT VKHNON until seeond boat leaves It desired, fare, round trip. tl. Including ad mission to the Manalon and f JroamU. Ele UflEtrafe on the boat. Meals and Ian' lies served promptly. For MARbllALL IIALL-Saroe as MOl'NT VElt.SON srhednle for week days. On bU.NDAYM at It a. m.. a and 0 p. m., returnlni; at t. ft.so and a p. in. i)a FlilliAYB and 8ATIRDAYS, Special Moonllaht KicurhEa down the river to INDIAN I1RAD. touching at MARSHALL HALL Koine and returning, leaving Washing tonattiSOp. bi., reai'hloic city on return at 19 1. m. Msals and lunches at all times at MAR SHALL HALL Itestaarant. Pare to MARSHALL HALL and return, S3 cents on any trip; children, between i and .' years. It eents. The popular and reliable steamer W. W CORCORAN will make her river landlnes aa far down as OLYMONT, lasdlnir at MAR bllALL HALLcoIdk and retnrnloir. leaving ber wharf dally texcept Sunday) at 10 a, m, retumlBi; at 4 p. m. Hound trip, cents. Sunday trips of tbe W. W. COHfORAN to MARSHALL HALL will be announced weekly. See advertisements. For charters of steamers MACAI.ESTEIt aad CORCORAN for either MOUNTVERNOV or MARSHALL HALL apply to L, L, BLAKB. Osptala, on steaaser. :uV,'f JaPCTCHES. I W. GET BRO. & CO. 1107 1'euui.jlsaulttAse., Call attention to their slock of Watchts, comprising all the most desirable movements and styles of casing, from the lowest price for which a re Ha He time-keeper can be bought to the most expensire These watches bear our Srm name and are fully guaranteed. American Walt h a m Watches of all grades DB. 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