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THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 27,1800.
The Daily Critic CAPITA!,. Tt 9s Pmeerafie finflf Paper Pah Iiafterfnt Withittgto. jtr mtiNiNO t tut WAtHlSvtTON OrttttO eW.fAt OPFIT: e4 0 JTftltlT MTHWiT, AMttWrTtJlf t'lf 7, P. C. WtMB rjf Iti Muftlf Holt, ay nnwl uetraie prepeM), i tear $ i month n rrarffflr ra tan ett. IShsnth ... " THrtCKlTlC, WttranhlPMrtt S O. A,trtrrW'wr, D. C Jps 87. iW. A BASK COJWPIIUCT. ftrrtrtt event h mejrhi mmm chenfe In the crmsfrtrncy of Reed and lite n ton! again th tssnre Mid wall are of the countrr. cue of th mwi potent of Ihe events a the form! rieetnra twin of Mr. SIMM's dlwipfwwrnl of tan Jltrtbilej- Tariff Mil. It had ktra effett of dletnrhiag th Itermblrcan Hoes In th Senate and rendering the fete f th WM nntertnln In Ibnt tatty. Al all event, It crested the jwosfwrt of a long km) Mrfmontoni debete.theend of which It wa impossible to foresee, nitd led tip to the necessity of a change of pro gramme thst would give the lxitfg Klectton bill precedence. Whether the llepttbllcans bow fesr to submit the Tariff Mil to a decisive test, seeing tils nster In Its passage ami humiliation In Its defest m well they may or whether tlicy simply seek to shle-track It imtM they csn press throueli to final passite tho Federal Kleetlon bill, we do not protend to say. What we realise clearly enough Is tlmt the .Mclvlnley bill Is to bo laid over and the Iu1gc bill puttied, and lliat is quite sufficient for present purposes. Wc give In this Issue of Tim Cmitic tbo lull text of a Washington special piiblblied In to-day's edition of the CHfter-Jonmul. This very Interesting silicic (els forth with great clearness of detail the scheme by which Iteed bopes to give the Federal Election bill precedence, ami to secure Its imtncllale adoption In both Houses of ( ongre-s. Tho brutal tyranny with which he drsgoons the Ilspubllcans and gags the minority In the Houm), Is to be applied In a inotllfied, but entirely effective form, to the Senate. This In fantilis bill, to which the' starched and furlttlowetl Lodge has lent his nr me, but which in all its wlokinlnesi was coHeoctwl by John I. D.ivenport, U to le rushed through under the most lutuless pressure and made a law at one. Kverythlas; else must stand aside for it. Kven the Tariff bill, which was to pay the manufacturers for the c un palgn "fat" or 1866, Is to be plceon holed until this conspiracy to destroy Hlntu's rights and to steal Congress for nil time to come shall have been on fiiiiiiiuatei. Nowcmler that rumors multiply of Ir. Maine's early retirement from the Cabinet. Years ago, la the wild days of recaosUuctiofl, Mr. Ulalne opposed a Xctce bill not a whit more baleful aad abhorrent tha this. He was In Con Hie s then and could make his opposi tion active, so he. fought it. aad de feated it. Hut what can he do now except retire from an ad tnlotetrni(on which sanctions so in famous a measure? No wonder that thoughtful citizens of all shades of political eonvletlon grow pale with ap prehension as they watch the reeklee course of Iteed and conspirators and forecast the coaseiiueaees to the coun try. What eaa they do save to ponder on the ealatnlty to which the Republi can leadeis are subjecting the nation by their malign and desperate sets! The eeMjtiraey is on her mi back, rushing blindly to its goaf. Mr. Iteed s having bit da. Drunk with an in repsate awUlhs, infatuated by the wle e unthinking applause, ra (stak ing bit ''sensational smartuar" for pa iriasn staleimanthlp aad bis eieede petatm for high minded eeurage, be is spNSflstf bis pasty to deeirueikm aad tie Union to Use dntht aaHl tht ku toMftbcil It yNLi w " ' '" ii m in IT XAS TUB &PEAK8K. A bjtfgst ajui isjllf bmhffrisic isvdi visW saMssi fsaaslisniirty oat at st Avesuse ear at Use PWaaaaa tsseet Jaa tias) alktsjt o'clock Uw oUsar evealag aasi ssssssl fee a saciasaat sasasw aJsosst bjsi (a igaaisal aesplaxttr. Ua had a biff, mmi aaad. thai lookad as U b Htigkt hoU a bucketful of brsias, uadar Inm aeoad triiuaud sua, which wa pwshed wU hack ca lb roll of fat thai luilgad oat above his coat cottar, ttts Maaarl shiit was of a iracitleat aad ag grearifi type that would heoak ao d Dsai, asvl hi Its asiaass) ishi this him of a ItaMaa swasat, tha dytitg liniahja ai a fuah-cHt waiersaebjsi foatasxied fur the ssaattry- It was a ahsst osi which to writ inaaats as acaU hjatf, aad tbsi TffTklft thai ut with is could, if irraiatjy. akaf Mule highsr isp b G thaaeiealhN shlst. 4iaMsktc4 itt ft Msi i HrhlWf wUcfc ll vmu Im tens iury to mM mm. TImt ylsw ywwffslto ysU- stoat of Ciadasella's laisy Bi tU chlefcat ckn of thit haj; .ppruiuQ i the eaah. Hat a ttftrdca wit j. Sualajr aor d atjhgf of taec in 1 1 tK b so ticaj to the pu;-.. I lb. Judt, but a saal Of LcilQj a. geUduUS of (Ulh. IS Wtk- atan u. iu iu cofivtiiu u ' tirtart-asst-c :u iia tinUvuiut Utt Uaruca of Gaasgaa vosjial have tautcd axoitad ta its aariyhary We a the figure hesitated aad kMSBcd lo ikUitt iLbkU Ui'-gkt bulk at the- vtrect i roIr.(: Tho trm ht wa' pnshtd tlll further bs k from the beaded and troubled brois. The (treat tftftfc Mroved slowly np mm) down irttfc tli play of fen eirnvtlon. tl yellow stores shlftid nBeavlty, first one way and theft ht oVhtf . It Spesket Heed for, perhaps, the fltt time 111 his life. In a state of pet fdtaMy. fot while his lar atnl states !MRtrit stomach was urgently pTeadlne tw b fatten np to the Shoreb.tm ft get ft dlafwt, Ms flannel shir, dmte siish MM! yellow shoes were dolnir, their best to f o cot to the British Legatfc and ftlfty ktwa-tennt. As ilia car moved slowly ont of sight, letting the distressed statesman still twaytnf to and fro with Ms ctfnfffcttng tmrfrows, the "prwt larlst" of the I'cmr teeftth street line, who was on board the cat, evolved the following: Ms rovt-trs. Krr Reed Tom Reed !tilrllt mottal re ever sed. Clothes hnng on Ifke er etef aVs hhle, '.i sups sont like th' critter kinder htjih 'n sM; RrR'taroiA-fsshton. Noo Enetsn' stride, "nonsense 'bont Mm: net rttlts, ner style; Stick ft a ssrplnt 'n raenn' like er chtte; Ihei's Resit' Tom Reed! Tts, 'edeed! It hst, htm? Tern Reed H hat's this ye sed ye thtnk yer e1? Ntagtdsvnt Hhe er deod Vm Meenat Right sont in meettn' nhere 'ts hsewi ter hntt Im yalkr iboe 'a er Asnn-fll sMHt Jtow b'tosb I'll kngrk ye t' efsel smash Xt re tell teet Trie Reed's a-weartn' a What, Reed Tom Need X-o-or 'irte! A srATEnaT n.vna by a Western cwrre mndrat In tb hm (inllary of the Itonse )rterdsy wss mt Ottt to a number of pspert last night. The statement ws as follows: "I know Henry Csnet Ilge'sfsmlty his tory. Ills people wore Tories ittirlnc tti Revnlntkm, swt, in the war of lSltl, tils aisnttfalber tnirned blite Ilnhts to pilot tlw lltltlfh rivet onlot the Xcwort (K. 1.) Hur ls when It stsrtist on the expedition which lestilteit In the capture ami pillage of the Nstlotml Capital and the destruction of the I'rethtent'e Houm." How true this Is we do not know. There Is one feet, however, of which we are quite sere, and thst Is that the Mr. Wine of to day wilt do Ids country ami generation were harm through the Federal Kleetten Mil than any of U ptratntfatlK-re ever did, even tuppoelng I lie above story to be true. Hknk i i'LHVNT little quip from the VblriRton correspondence of the N'ew York torn .- "When Senator CiMhman K. Davis en tered the Senate chamber tills noon his brother SeiMlora discovered that he bad sscrlSced his long, drooping mouUaehe, ' hereby making hla furs sa bald ss Iila p.it. Senator Inaalla, In chokeat asroasm, con lii'tulated the .Minnesota Senator on the irausformalloo. " 'Woll, I don't know,' responded Mr. Ib, but It seem as If I late a bsd at irt this miMiiltg.' " 'How aof askl Mr. Ingalls. " 'Why, sa I h'm starting from my house a f i lend called out to me, 'Hello, Watu maker.'" WiiATwii.i, the good Wsnsmaksr say eowT Judge Shlpman baa decided that Funk .t Wsgnalls' theft, by photographic proce, of the Kneyclopatlla Ilrltannlea is illegal, liiammch as It violates eopyrighta ldd by various AHMrleau contributors. Heretofore the good Wattamaker has de frwlnl btiHSelf on the ground that he vio lates uo law, tmt Judge SUIpmtui'a dseision plaeeablnt In the atlltudeuf a receiver of and ileaWr In stolen goods. The eouatry will wait with IU concealed anxiety to sea what the good WarMinaker Is gotag to do about It. Hon. Henkv Cahot Loihib began bU tpetch en the Federal Klecttoa bill by sobniiily aBBOUBclog tbat the utetisure was "grave and aerUiua," and tbat It callad for "serious and deliberate treatment." Now, be is cagagtd In Reed's plan to eut oft de bate both In the House and Senate ami to rush tbt bill through, under whip and aftur, without any debate at all. Usury Cabot, Henry Cabot; the rt thing you know, you'll be a .Lodge In tae vaat and ugly wilderness of equlvoealtou I Whin thk HEMtrAcTOM of the Harrl ten cottage al Cape May have oeeaaion to replenish tb larder of that leeauMyBary luUltuUou, they ought to Miise the oppoe t unity for naming It. We suggest Nhssies as the most appropriate. Ererybody re members bow often, during the Tureo IIumUb war, we saw the announeemsat tbat u'tesic has bees revietualed." ' It bkbatlv taKisan aal laterestad u to see the fnUowlag la the New York World U the Tth: '-Dr. (lma, the N tearsgiun Jilaitr, exnrtssas the aolemn efilabMtbat PfaiiadeipUa has the bead aowest gbls of any etty ta the Union. Dr. Onssaau has probably never visited Paw Paw, Jlteh." JU-Tmuacnstt Ubsiumwit ef Miseis ipi i go to the ptai tenstsry for iee years Ex-Traiuar Quay ef Paavaayivnasa siss in Ibe United feteaen tsenate and tuastM the HOTEL ARRIVALS. Jrirngsnn W. iStUer, Kw reek esby. Ytnanadi'r Thosnas . Mail, Chivelssd Mam Umm M C. Tuftaasa aad U. 1). rraacr, nttaMwg; . 1. Arw-i. T. Oakley. Chassea, vs.; H. P. fls end Miss P. ClaMsbSt. Pant; W. H. adsWaaTMew Task estyr Hamilton laseah H. leajsii tad BeUa M. &, Teefetty. lumgAamt. 0. Ateotd, Cnianibiis, iVctfuwa-QL hUlisater, Vew Yerfc XututHultl. WUeoa, Mtm Yes city. flfffijaff sy MftMfci ebuKiittBkK WMI Wlglsn. C. J. Hicks, i- JMsaffsad I. Ssnasta. Mew Tort est; W. K. Woodson sad K O. Owen, tyachiatrg, Va- isWnrd ifoc-at. U U. heats, Uateav vtUn, 8. C; T. . Cogswell, Viwuda. ait. Arsses PinlM Johaaaa. C. f. boa, Ohw Hash A Kgsjfc Inasaotte, Awuri4m Mu f. V. Voa aUsek and vile and tiwg Hengeas, Parlsibriphlu EUM UwttAmim Taytot, EraasvtUe. sicKenaa aid wife, FfiW, Ki.; C. W. Ba,suuad, Ken York city; i. t. CeeMser, Aknoa, Ohsn; Charks P. V. Kefly s4 mil. Uimdm, tad-. itles W. steed. WMurt-4. B. Wagpaar, I. a. ' nw tuir fl L B T"w Jnrrpne' mey epsw speswsjSBapp II. C. Utas7Me York csty; at Hanisng sWl girtnrfeM IU-: I. A. Munlmeh PWMllBt minsnapii. Xmptrkar-totm Havta kssjrlieJi dub. Uiitd JutMim. uh L. hteusa, Xw4tcaty. Frk M aasa, arcfanjaalsd by eMat youag ladtsa, ardved sis Wttuvsers last night. The aaxe hues on aa e,tearlJ uip LbcuuiB . nnada and ase now on their y hvUis ui Tetuucaaee BARGAIN rODSTKR METHODS. .we. tVanamaliee Fntts nt in his rrmimta With st tnvn srafmrrev. From flrr .Yrrf Tori! .SW, Jvtir 44 Bargsln eonnteT metrrods applied by PrjiftnaideT (Jenersl Wansmaket to the retting of contracts for supplies f-vr bra Hermrtment for the ensuing year have got Writ into trnnWe with the ?tstlwtrrs' Board of Trade of this city. Wn-n pTOTwsfils were askrd for supplying stationery for the use of ihe Postofrloc tJvparttntnt some of the spectflcatlons were drawn in snch a way that msny rronest dealers found themselves untble to rjd. Varloirs qnanlltles nd qnslitb's cf wns, for Instarce, were specified, and then bidders were asked to nsme an "average wlcc" at which they would fnpply them. This was something qnite ont of the nswat order of btisl nesa, and ecrnpnlnna dealers were not Itrclttred to enter upon such an lnnm ie. The matter was bnmght lo the attention of Mr. Wsnamaker through i he statroners' Iloanl of Trade. Two or three weeks went by ami no reply" was n eelved. Then another letter wss tent, and to this the Postmaster Gen eral sent a sharp answer. llessld be had delayed replying to the first letter for reasons gleen him by his chief rlerks, which he did not specify. 2fext in the Irne spirit of his cnnntlng room dealings with those who trek to supply him with goods for his connter, he declared that be didn't pro pose to be dictated lo by any Hoard of Trade or anylmdy else. If they wanted to know anything more about the speci fications they might come over to Wash lngtonnnd see the samples, lie lie ceme less arbitrary toward the end of the letter and said thst fresh bids might be made for cns, pencils snd nne or I wo other atttclts, and lie would talk with any committee the Xew York sta tioners might send over to see htm. The members of the trade were nat urally a good deal Incensed over this communication, and a meeting was held on Tuesday, at which It was prctoed that AVsnanmker's call for bids thoiild be Ignored by New Yoik members of Ihe trsde. The board of trustees finally appointed a committee to consider the mnttrr, and they will take notion in a few days. All thst Is naked by tho members of the trade Is that the specifi cations shall bo drawn In the same man ner as Is customary by tho Treasury Department In advertising for similar hlils. Quantities and qualities are ex actly sued fled and prices are named for each class of coods furnished In bidding un Treasury Department supplies. "The simple fact of the matter Is," said n prominent member of the trade, "thnt Wananmker is trying to run this branch of his Government business In tho Mine, dlctntoriitl way thnt he treats nil who seek dealings with him In his private business. Ho will find that men In trade won't stand from a Government olllcer what they are sometime com lulled to eciluru from n niau In private iade. Jlr. Wannmnker runs n stutlnn i ry counter In his I'lillmlelpbla store, so he ought to know how to run this end of his Washington establishment. Hut he will have to he fair and decent ah. Hit It nr New York business men will hove no dealings with him." CAIF-SKIN POUTiCi. .Slrtlimls liy Willi h U. H, Tana (tut I tin tliilirrnuliirl.it Omnium Ion. fitm th .Vw York WtrU. The ltepubllcan candidate for Gov ernor of Vermont Is named 0. S. Page. Some Irreverent persons, as narrated In the story of Green Mountain politics ,told In the H'wrW, call him Calf-Skin Pajee, because ho 1ms urown rich by dealing in that commodity. It U uot Ibst. however, but Carroll S. Pago. No one ever heard of Carroll S. Page In politics until recently, and then after he concluded that he might as well at not be the $1,500 Governor of his St itu. He seems to have had uu easy task to secure the nomination, for purchaseable Vtrmonters are cheap. A dollar it a pritly big thing under tho shadow of the Green Mountains, an "ad." in a country weekly is a preventer of bank ruptcy and a free ride on a railroad is fame. The truth Is that a real modern Green Mountain boy prefers a flfty-eeat railroad ride free to a dollar's worth of anything else. Upon these characteristics Page hat traded. The tactics of the campaign for the nomination were worthy of the candidate. lie "wrote a piece for the newspapers advising all "meat butchers," tin peddlers and store keep ers to add to their profits by collecting calf-skins. He "printed this piece Into the county papers" and paid for It at advertlblng rates. Tblsruadetbe county papers solid. Then he sent a telegram to every newspaper in the State announcing tint he had won. This captured the doubt ing. Finally he distributed railroad tickets to the delegates for a "round trip." The result Is that he is the Re publican candidate for Governor of Vermont, having captured the nomina tion by thoroughly appropriate met bods. The New KBgUndere' paeekm for getting "something for not hi eg" and for trading or sailing anything that they noseeas U of great service to tba aspir ing politicians of that seetloa, from lieed down In Page. PERSONAL, Cbauaeey Depw is a cousin in the third degree of bosk Senator Bvarts aad Seaatar Ilaar. Dr. Rasa JCersekbauwer fa) the irat woman licensed to practice madiciae in Austria. She is said to ha aa uncom monly able oculist. Colonel Bob Iagareoll is growiag qnite stout, but he cavnaatt be prevailed upon either ta take etct or to over -eosaa this teadaaey by dieting- The two daughters of tha Spanish Queen are 9 and U ya old, Mapec tively. They talk bnaaiak. Preach, Geituaa and English fluently, aad are strong, healthy looking c hi Urea, The Coatfease de Paris, wife of the French pretender, to passionately fond of hastes and a great spartewoeaaa. X few years ago she was rnaiiiiessd one of the best shota in France. Professor George Ebers, the fatuous Ueieetel scholar, i blue-eyed, blonde haired, side whiskered aad singularly Qefsnaa kmkhttr- lie is hedsiadan thseSMfh paralysis, yet Ma tttswasy e rjetty is umHaiaMil Guy de Vaitpaataat'a ne&t novel to called "Our Ileaxt." and deals in an aaarj srai asaaAes' wlui thai wesraee Ittnt tsnM WnJfift) Oaf t tsnwtr that eaa lnSsM dsnWttWflst WsanMs4 assaatton. ue has of of loee and dsera1 capachnes lor losing The prM of Awabda has a knowledge f rttosiera lastgvaAas that would do credit to a college psoleator. ttat bttnat aciiunisMost in the Uegulai Uae to ninids-rB Qseak, which aha baa karntd by tpemiiag a Jen axoaths evesy year at Corfu. Austin Dubaoat, the poet, was bora la Wyanouth, Kngland, iTea, aad was laanaded to be aa eatfUkaar. 4 tatet that to what hit pacaaat hail piaaaed for hiss. At the age of K, howei. he eats ted the Uvil tervkeaad soon be gan vriUad He Were you eser In losr ane I taotigbti X w once, but sines I tivc itmA a ten ut thine saodern aoi-iety Mibcla 1 iuiic '-uucludcd Uiat I wasn't Trrrt Jluic JjJljj. TERRORS OF FASTNET ROCK. Oraplilr story or ih ritr r Itntne's Very crewwst call. Th ttwy of the accident ha ttsTCrsf t Hotire mi her lsst r-nstwaf! tJ, as told by ft passenger who letWrtwihy the Anranls, saya a dispatch fom fw York, differs material iy ffrmi rt cabled here from the other stdte. TMa la what the rmssengrar said: "tltnd re tired on Sntnnlay night, after owl panlally undressing, and th fresiwent stowing up or stoppage of the vessel to tnke eonndlngs, together with trre regular Mowing of trie stenm whratle, made sleep oiily a posslMHtt by ctt nap. The first I knew of anything wrong Was the violent vibration of the vestel, caused by the reversal of the propelier. This caused me to lump imt of my bnnk and begin to nnisti dnSMng. I knew that there was no joke in It ami hastened my preparation! for the deck, keening my eye on the relation of the snrfare of the sea to the pott hole to see if the shock meant the iieewslty of a rush for life. "I completed a hasty toilet In eim pnratlve eqtisnlmllv ami srmght the deck. A slight tlse' (ownnl the side I was on was recovered from as I gained the deck. The fog was dense ns I emerged from the com pan Ion way, vision lieing limited to forty or fifty yards from the side. From the star board side a curious apparition loomed up. It was, at the lime I reached the prr.menade deck, jtrtt abont being swal lowed up In the foe;, ami this added to the spectral appearance of what seemed at first glance to be a four or live story building, with a white cupola on the roof, the whole rising sheer from the ocean. The waves of a son diluted by a lather heavy ground swell dashed against the sides of the brown mass. This wss, In fact, the famous Rtttnet Itcck, the Irene and caue of almost at many wrecks ns the Goodwin Sands. Comparatively few of the passengers realised the nature or significance of tho recurrence, nnd there was no ptnlc, "A Irllle greater speed or n moment's delay in reversing the engines would have caused the wreck of the vessel, and few of the 1,300 people on board ccijld have escaped, Tho credit for tho dlicovcry of tho danger nnd the action which resulted In averting it has been nwnrded InCaptnln Yoiimj. As a nntter of fnct, the second olllcer, whose name I do not recall, Is entitled to thu praise, for this. Tho latter wns taktng a sounding when the vossel was heading for the fatal rock. "A curious Incident was the appear ance a few moments nftur the shock of the llghthouic-kccpcr. lie, caino to the door of n tall struclura which sur mounts the rock dressed only In Ids night clothes, and began to berate, those nearest to him for disturbing him at such an untimely hour. Immediately after hlsrotitrn tho llrst report of the fog pun which had been hoard on the endangered vessel took place. The rug illations prescribe that tills shall be 11 red every fifteen seconds, but it Is claimed that thts wns not done." RECKLESS PENSIONING. tlenernt IlHUlej' I'alrlotln Views Con. trusted Willi Senator liiealU. Fim Me .Vir lew 1 It'erU. Senator Ilawley, himself a fine typo of the volunteer defenders of tliu Union, spoke the thought of every just and sane citizen In his remarks upon the Dependent Pension bill. "Tho true soldiers of tho republic," raid General Hnwley, "do not want to have money wasted. They want to have tholr suffering comrades aided, and Ihey want the glory of having fought for their country without respect to money considerations." This wish Is shared by every pattlollc citizen. in sharp contrast with thu soldier's and patriot's view, as presented oy General Ilawley, was thu sutlers', the camp followers' ami tho pension agents' view, as stated by Senator Inealls. Tho Kansas Senator, who throw him self Into the "Imminent deadly breach" In the war time as Judge-Advocate-General of a regiment of Kan sas Home Guards, spoke of pensions as "a debt due" to the defenders of the Union "under the contract," He was in favor of pensioning everybody for service alone, and "did not care whether It cost one hundred millions or one thousand millions." Thu sutler's view prevailed, nnd a pauperizing pension bill goes to tbo President which will add, at the lowost estimate of Its friends, 140,000,000 to the list that without this will cost $100, OCO.OOO, HUMILIATING MDMMERY. Uoinage lo tliu Dearenilunt or a Itace or Hoyul Iuibecltej. Vrem Uu Aw J'ert 11'orW. One A.Victor Guelpb, alias the Duke of Clarence by grace of his grand mother, was sworn In as a member of the Urltish House of Lords on Monday. Guelph is a young man of no par ticular consequence so far as ability or attainments are concerned. He U dis tinguished only for his collars and (s reputtd to be rather below than above the average of educated It rill h youth in Intellectual capacity. And yet grave judges, reverend bishops and other per sons before whose scholarship and per sons! woitb young Guelpb ought to have been very modestly retiring, got themselves up In their official clothes for the occasion and made themselves tubordinate figures in a gold laced pageant of subserviency to the Utile princeling, quite as If be had been the worthiest and greatest person in the realm and they hto bumble servitors. And suck perversions of ideas, suck subordinations of worth to accidental rank, are enforced by law and custom in England in aa age when shams we falling into the waste-basket of con tempt throughout Christendom ' Think of it. This com snon place young fel low would take precedence of Glad stone, Uuxky, Tennyson aad all the Met of England's really great wen, in any company in England, merely be cause he to the deaf ends at of a groafi aad in many iaetaaces aa iu beetle Hanoverian family of decayed slags. It to iskanaeaivnhie that yagraah nom anon aanaa ahaM suwr eannttse htp ntsussie vai YB OQUJKtB QsUPOATl. He eaa gsse the laws uf anion. sse can rw the lag of Colon, He can write a aahaloiJ.a I O U: Be eaa make a writ to Qessaan, He can are a Turkish asanas, had she gntrstse cosansun law he knew He can write hie ""-' fa g......ifc. - " - - epwrpre e nenSrSSSJeS He can make s spaeth m Otta&e, And meste nark aaasfrst as would tarn your hsasn; The f ueatokat t rmfrtr Be wast seam in aasletaV u k cmM&t tell "" hrtninnin ea a en Twain. Be can laahwst ahVthe mssterr Oi IWS s Hsf, Cnl SaWntM OsHnft (rsnSs9aanMaat InUMaW UnlantaV scan kut haa eases' seen the Ssntaitss of U " He eaa trace the radsua-tfctor Vith a "-" acctwr. I eaa give the moon's sVaaieter In tsat; jas can aaatysc us arum. Claeiti the uontlc Carum. vut ae cannot tJ a c bbsfe bout a beet IT 13 HOT. a ifanttBs mat m tib wiArtin BT mU PAT MNArt. AthftWH ts sWreiinw The tAf m That a Cave In Kftmaohntnn Is Deslrnlile. Fifty innstroke In a dy In New York. Tfrtnweteni standing al 103 In th shade In St. IatoIs rrd Pittsburg, and still higher In Mttto Hock, Hann vllle and Chnttnnoofra. Street car mnles ami horse falling m If dewl in their track. Kven Chicago, the boasted great interior summer resort of ihe new world, fricasseelng her bwwlrers ami anarchists, wheat corner gnmblers and t oik lords In their own green ami vil lainy. Nlnty degrees of retl-rmtms at midnight in many places. Swelter ing arnl sweat all over the country. The heat, the hrat, tbe terrific, roasting, slnncr-stekenlns; heat. The pavements are all hlsetng hot, the sky atmvf re braren, Ami every hesl as good as dead the snn ran set his rays on: Ihe lean, Isnk-loohlng skeletons, go stalk ing njir ami graotny; i f at, like rnt-lHrt frylng-rmtts, semi hot ter fancies throneh me. The I I wake from ilteams of polar lee, on which I've been a slhler, I.Ike flhjilreamlns; of the sea ami waking In ttfeHpMer.'' Vhee-ew' whew! Puekor your mouth by a three weeks' diet of alum or green persimmons, and whistle that, "Whe-eew' whewt Illue blares of the gnat Sahara; MebuelntdnMitar's tlery fklllet; PliRilrach, Meshsch and Abeil ncgo; llamlng brimstone showers of Sodom and Gomorrah; Vesuvius, J'lna, Stromboll nnd Popocatapellj bubbling witch caldrons nnd exasperated bald hornets' nests; smoking, sizzling, scorching home of tho great pitron saint of most of American etatesmen and statesmanship how hot It Is' (Un less the people speedily begin lo send better men to municipal, State and na tional legislatures, It will soon be dog dnys all tho year In this country.) Hot' So hot that my blood bolls within mo till my hat dances on my hand llko an Infuriated tea-kettle lid. I can hear my soul sloshing nround llko a ton cupful of scalding gieaso ovory time I move. Oh, for a chunk of tho world's cold chailtlcs to slip inlo my seething bosom boforo my glrzard Is totnlly cooked. Oh. for the bleak winds of adversity to fan my blistering brow. And oh, for n chance to dip my tonguo of parched nnd crackling leather Into tho dark, chill waters of tho dronded Jordan. Oh, for tho frost of years and tho snows of old age. Oh, for tho touch of nn ley hand, or tho freezing glance of a haughty damsel's cyu. Oil. for a flower-garden of polar br9 audit un lets grovo of Alaska Icebergs. Oh. for n cave In Knmtchotka, ti KM itcre homcMcad of Spitsbergen frigidity, un Icicle gemmed grotto In thu lnseuieiit story of the aurorn-borealls. Oh, foru blue nose nnd n pair of frost-billon htols. Oh, for anything cool and cool Ing. fruin a mint julep or n teeth milling tertian ague to it cup or told nolfon or a section of u .lupine e frozen hell. Hot! Talk of Indian widows con sumed on their husbands' funeral piles, Instead of drawing ihi-Ir ton thousand dollar life-insurance poltctusand marry ing other fellows In six months, as they do In more enlightened lands. Talk of banlets heathen bnbes devoured by Mo loch's horrid llamcs, Instoad of being mired to sport scanty sldo-whlskers, ryc-clsee. bob tailed coats and crape banded plug hots, panlers, patent In datable gunjun rubber bustles, dyed hemp chignons, Gieclan bend heels nnd Gainsborough hats, as in Christian realms. Talk of missionaries, tender and toothsome, barbecued by the dusky descendants of tho Queen of Shoba on tho banks of Ihe gently rolling Zambesi or the sportive Niger. Talk of Nero Illuminating Home with Stondard-Oll-Compony- kerosene- soaked- Episcopali ans. Talk of pagon becatorabt and holocausts. Hut, peh sh-sh shew! They all dwindle Into the little end of noth ing, whittled down and polished off with pulverized rotten-stone. Here, In free America free for all but Ameri cansIn tho last quarter of tho nine teenth century, amid nil the blaze of gospel light and liberty, and the glare of anarchistic bombs, 00,000,000 of men, womon. children, politicians, dudes and other dime-museum froaks are being slowly but surely roast ed, bollbd, stewed, fried, fricas seed and dished up In all the other styles of sinner-cookery known to culinary orthodoxy. From Maine, the home of "The Tattooed Man," to California, and from Michigan to Jlex ico, tbo whole continent is one vast siazllnff, red-hot bake-oven. with n sky of glowing brass for a lid, and every brick and cobble-stone a gleaming coal. Simmer' frizz zz zz! roll! pitch! bubble-uble-uble' Whizz hies ss-ss! Hist! Hear it. A whole mighty Nation, wilh a big, big N (in spite of Grand Army cranks. Ik urbon irreronclliables and imported mlieesBtf). eooking, cook, cook, cook leg at cnce. Hot! Purgatory would not be much change of climate, even without Bob legersoll's little blasphemous squirt) gun. Every thermometer from Cape Cul to Corpus CbrUtl has kicked tbe fop out, and boiled over like the Arkaa saw doctor's patient who took twelve white and twelve blue seidlitz powders separately. Fat obi ladies are dally dipped up in ladles on all our city thoroughfares, aad born away in tube to adjacent ice cream saloons to be re modeled and frown over. Boots are often found la the streets, tilled with rancid grease, aad a broad brimmed bat resting on the straps; the owner having just thawed away, melted down, till nothing more was toft of him. All ihe wax jigures in our museum chaw bert-of horrors have run together, so that George Washington to 'stuck on" Kina Van Zaadt and Napoleon Bona parte, Wellington aad Adeline. Petti mingle in aa omelet of istaay coiosed beeswax. Bright eyes sparkle like dash ing hnweahnes on a village blacksmith's anvil. Heaping coals of are on your eaesny 's head to the easiest coanasaml In ad Scripture to obey. All the popcorn pneeiaef la Illlncig have popped inataad of soroutiag, ami the hfusare full of sad-whita-aad blue preos'n-bnlto. sandy for the acl circus season Fishermen 1st ajf ttoe hakes arrest 1 kfirtosno was, at Chants unus and Creve Ca-ur. are catch imff hnMast tauut atad pickerel with ohlli The tinkle of brooklets, the gentle murmur of cascade to dried befuce it E twenty feat from thst banks into attls) of hot isfihibias or the barah t of hurtling bunk shot. The sjA-lSMgaibAntr notes of the serenading toner's tuneful lerye aad harmnavlous snttnw Intestines gym parched befoge they sends his white-ioCed idol's second story window into tbe dry, dead cackle el a eiMcd buffalo bide or a burnt snoej an Thevtr "milk of human kind aatt" baa evapureted beneath Ae solar isawUatyaad left nutbutg hut a little entity vklk d iuduu &Uer. catena, none ponds. Ubi nod duck ptssVsnga in aaany re gems hnve vamoueed fike bank cashiers or aldermaaU-buueUees- and naught but irggLiug daubs ol slime rema tu tell jqjj w bare they Were. CtUUb, eels J U'iuulw nreiunring ell ovrr the, mntry with tin cups in ttv ,r month aklng every body they meet to eivo them a drink of water, tnptist revivals are rwowel to a WMrrJ&tiii. "s,.nh s fro-hrt wonM mtTdly rnc-lsren tlm Turk pv.-nr-s of 3K4V)t. All creation It srorrhed Wd afhiTtk Cbaetlclecrs matin hymn round like it were piped through thw thigh bone of a three thousand yenfk shmefed mnrnmy of the Pharaont. and the flwtterlng of his wings rcsemWes tire clashing together of charred saddtw rlr. Kven Net ClarkernVs watery ywr for Maine over In Iowa have km thefr jnlclrress and grown hoarse ntrd hnsky as the rasping of a donkey's hoof with a msty file. Header friend, if it is so trot In this beautlfnl world of lakes, rivers and cascades, of cloud-wreathed peaks and misty vales, of oceans, rivulets, rills, soda nop nnd gin rWes, think what It ltittit be In that devils' snd rmlhiclans' realm, wheTB Ihe roasted mllllnnslree Incarnation of selfishness ami greed btgn, through nil eternity s countless ages, for one drop of water from a dog licked beggars finger-lip' Think of It snd krrp away from Ihere. Think of It ami flee to' the glorious wind swept, lake gemmed summcrland of Ihe New Northwestthe summerlaml of Dakota and Manitoba where everybody is still wearing winter flannels ami buffAio overcoals and sleeidng under double blankets; where "the sun shall not smite thee by day nor the moon by night,'' ami where life Is a perpebMl dream of bliss, too bright, too benutlful for common earth. A SUCCESSFUL TRIP. Ttie riillmlltliln Knrns n lllc I'rcmluin tor lis llmlitnr. The olllclat trial trip of the cruiser Philadelphia yesterday over n measured course at Long Island was In every way a success. She was under n forced draught for nearly five hours, nnd not n tube nor a rivet was str.tined or started. On her northern two hours run she made a trifle over tho required nineteen knots an hoar. On her southern trip she made twenty knots nn hour almost to the second. The tide retarded her on the way up nnd hindered her progress. Tho ofllclal boeid gavo nut her speed during the four hours she spent on the cotitse ns 10 5 12 knots per hour, with additions to be made subseiiuently. The premium earned by thebulldem.'Crnmp & Sons, on thtso figures Is $103,000. The premium on tho Ilaltlmore was $100,-141.80. Secretary Tracy nnd Navy ofllcnrs generally arc extremely gratified at the report regarding tho trial of the Phila delphia, and during Ilia day anxiously awnlltd a tclegrnnf from the trial board confirming tho report. The Secretary delayed his departure from thu Depart ment yesterday nfternoon In tho hope that hu would rccelvo ofllclal confirma tion of tho successful outcome of the ttial, In which ho manifested great in terest, but he was compelled to leave heforc recolvlng tho desired informa tion. Plill.Aiwt.rittA. June 27. The new ciuhtr Phlludolphla returned In tri umph this morning after having demon strated that she is tho fastest war ship ntloat. She arrived at Cramp's wharf promptly at 1) o'clock. Thnt far she is known to have msde 10.0 knots nn hour over the ulghty-mlle olllelal course. Her builders will consequently reap a reward of nt least $IO1.000 at premiums over and above the contract price. air, nplnuci'a Climlulle Corilajr," The Corcoran Gallciy Is apparently contemplating a corner In Charlotte Cordays, as It holds "three of a kind" just nt present of that ever charming avenger. Tho pink eyed Charlotto by Muller still pecra through the bars In the main gallery, the jaunty wcroyabU by Merle, bolnuglng to Mr. Hal Dtt-laiu-y, adorns the cast hall, and now a third edition of the popular heroine hat been added to the coterie by an artist of no little local fame It ts to the credit of Mr. L. P. Spinner the artist in question, that with these famoui works before him. he has product! a treatment of the subject wholly dis tinctive and original. The introduction of tbe figure of the jailer and the acces sories of the prison, Indeed lend a broader dramatic motive to his work than possessed by the others, and despite some coldness of color it is a picture hlghlyeroditable to our home talent and training. llrovrn-SiTiil!ar, At the Luther Memorial Church last night Misa Emma Swallow was married to Mr, E. Davis Urown, Itev. Dr. J. G. Butler ofilclatlng. She carried a bunch of MarechalNlelrosos. Mr, Cllne acted as best mac, and Messrs. Cllne, Shu giue, Show and Dr. Urown were the ushers. The ceremonies at the church were followed by an informal reception at the bride's residence. That Tinsn feeling-, to subtle and yet so ovsrpoweriug, is entirely overcome by Hood's Sarmparllla, which tones and strengthen the system and gives a good apptile. lie sure to get Hood's Sarsa iwrllla. "lUOPoae One Dollar" Is true only of Ibis peculiar nwdlclse. PRINTING. RAMSEY & B1SBEE, Post Building, ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR. Telephone, 726-2. Briefs, Arguments, Wpfechasaad Every llesvesipthm ef Ban Work Psamptly Keded fat Pitat-Ciaae Myie. Color Ptiatirtf aad Kent aad Tatty Itoastraa ins Comasaaaial PrantiaaT Our Specialty. pressworkTor the true iuat.it KDUSilTI4Mi.il,. rjvtuc ihwwoop ntnriTtjTg. saeatfAan jrssatr uum. -ujreiuTio jour goud aoeool 1 (rmtneine s SHi mVorfi V .? Auu V --stopanjp tstera b aHann UW BansntwUOfi UhenTUU sswiwauod. L. Jea ev.a.b rbe sohMd oessM aent-H. BOOKS BOUGHT. KaamiUtra or others aavisz eitbur UbrarUa r cniall cvUecOuae of book to aJaooae uf or are vbed to aflilreaa tbe Bndnrauiaed. was au waisi reaar to piuenue tee wraw. eaa tor ie immune pay iel. uiauiucc aad iLQtartiJnt nent Tbt delj. nuuuyij of mciloo Malu to Uiortbj noldod u LutHtnMILlt CO reonew sar aur aavase aa ur jonr teajdatar, I eaa aoneiaand 3ar. aad Mrs hnailriifa m Waahhirfftii H-tirahlP tbers a a and'tastaaa jyrisw4fiu j-i ua OFFfCK OF V0f5BTffART Jk bOTHItOT, OesW SnawH Psnh . it ' ir0?F StMVBNri tm rnfWwnwsnWInavansnelessjn esttas ..k. aMiteM. ts ate ik.aA. o, ajre lawraw pffvenc. Pnys irefeey antig a Mrtry Man anH IjtowsX SrMa t. Si s jMMt re ynvrn, esriy & eaeis, nwya Atl-wnnf frees fhtanet glTtinHts. Men tsM gwrtnHt stilan, itaes 4 and t tents, envf f I cann. Roys' Ffae fjnwmy Witta ftene Kit. mm, Xonavn it tie. Uses s, 4, s and S years, only Jt.W enets Mts' rSwsy Mfrped nerssh Ghssbrre Kllt S yeeHS eH aViaeh, ljs1 All'wfW strtHtl mnTK gWsWrn, blente ftjfni' rtve 4 SUMS jesentf each. Ttojs' v1lte BHek rjtesse SnS f tees l te t years, otdrSrnaeh, Pots' Ail-wsnl Cream Seme lttlt nlt, handlers str IHrtwcd aed very saydsh for remmer vtenr, sttesi, i and 6 year, only (6.S0 cash, Itojs' Cream JereeyEHtlSttieattrtrlflMaed, sices 4, 9, 7 and 8 year, enlr tiM eneb. Pojs' Jtlbweel Dlarets, la Cream ami BtrlrM, elegantlr made, stces 8 to IS rear, onlr S oaeli. Poys' Fancy rereal Waists, stses 4 to IS leers, ob)j ste, ceeli. rJojs' "Jfothcr's rrlend" Lanndereit WMle Wnlsts, linen collflr ami eun,TSe.nHl St each. nora' Cardinal Alt-want .terray Walt, ilsea) to 8 year, otilysieash. lloya' KsvyWae nlt-weel Jeesey Wakta, neatly trimmed, atses 5, S, T and 8 years, onlr SLSOessb. rtATIUSa SUITS FOR novsusrs' Xnvy Ille Flancol PfltWDR Sulla, slsea ,8, W, II omt 1 1 years, only 51.S0 and tl 79 eaoh. Itoya-' Navy Sine Jersey Dathlitft Stilt, stem S to It year, enly WAS eaab. Third fleer. WOODWRD & LOTHROP, Corner 11 Hi anil F Sta.K. W. DO YOU WANT BARGAINS IN House Furnishings? If so, See Thoie Offered by JULIUS LANSBURGH, Tlilric-entli anil 1' Htrectv. IMMENSE REDUCTIONS -1N- EYERY DEPARTMENT. CUItTAlNS, ' URAPKUIESAND Ul'IIOLSTEKV GOODS CUT TO I.BfiS THAN ONH-HALIf OP FOUJIEU I'KIOE. oti: tiii: h.uiuains ut'rcitEii. M nalr Oriental Striped Certatnr. rJuol to Si S3 vr ik; forwoe prloe, tU; very baadaone. TS palra laaportad ruajab Cnrtaiaa, rwlueed to !. ixMriKilr; former price, SIS; ale&t anil atyrfah. K l-alra Fancy Strtnad Uebt-Waiebt Car tabu, radiumd froei gt ta Me per palri ooot and durable for tumamr. TAfJaVTHItsS FOB FUHNITURE COVBK- mm and ukafbrt; ItwlBa frem Kasto jljasp yard. " jr. mail " " IlTitoTStl " " $1JM tatte M Matting. Matting. Tbe neat extensive and varied turn! went ever raenn M t etty. Owta to tbnd vaaecd aeaaea we have red need prteee oa the erulr atoeb. SM aalU VUte Matttee, ruluawi to SI is) pwrroB. serreUs Fancy Mattia, redaeed toSTiMr roll. StrioU faninless Hattfaag. redeeed toW per roll. S&eioUa Seaakss atattnut, rednnail toStt par real. 4W folk Seaauess Matttofciadnseito SH par red. yew u Faney 11 salens- Furniture. Furniture. Swu railiiBtloa le Fuurtiwe Baearr saeat. Frtse CUT FTJLLT FBst Ctstr. louk at tbOMi haedaoaie t-asnee atulld Oak Cbaaaaer Satta osTertd at SSSV Antktiw aad Witaanlh t'ensury Flalak. Larea Orvaaar.Bev led tunas. These suits were ssade eapaei ly tar na. after our own diehiin and are wttb- oas aoaa taw insat er aboa tor tae Heney. Worth fully sse. k tnalrs to ut-h. si Mob. aw stoukera to aaatck, Ss each. W Table to mdub. l .ta eeee- Baby Carriages. tf Mferent Styles. See thoaeogerwtat MSS. Canape! U tneaaarbet. if ai'LtX ATTJS.TUJK Is eaUed to thoae oateied at Ste. This earriaa a without ex lectloa the best ever shown at that price. attar tmu u eiau ueuaa w very iianrtnnne i pjere Parlor auit. nphiileterei utatUIHiub aadTspoatry. reduned tu S67M, worth st. Mum be aeea to he awwmiatad. . StibtOiHUTOltbaed vug CHSSTg from $6 p KssJBdw those on the Dry Air Fria eipte. fcu peeaiaf w ihaerh or leteia sbe mobdiue. wtMmaofm and vuteoar semmtw to order. Low Friue. AWUaWAJtl WiU ssWaWS wan at 3 nweoa ilS2ftE8ViSovm' order at Wall Papers. Kaw and Coraeut XAecU. lestitie tw- JULIUS LANSBURGH, Tbiacuth usul i Maeete. AMI TWrNTS. T.njtt r n-a ortAM) otkra nor p l JvmlTia at S:tS. So Mnllrcr. LWKWT mU COMPANY In Ctftntta's Oovnte Oferv 38e .SOard 7e mWRVa WWrHshas.e jwlAyi!rtre' rsanta, THB bat. IM . nWtii SIOLIKN. istht W of All Mnsleat Innimrnts It perform any mosle itim a Walts er a tm lad to an overture ot a symptinny more rwnnttfnllj' sad more ncrly pei feet than snf other innte at. The Aeolian Is not meehanlcil, hut the maniimmlkn of It Is so simple that a person entitetrn to play It with from one tothrro weeks' renetke. Toar vilt ti see tbt-in stnrment wttt be esteened a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, fi PA. AVB., f ore Airent for Sle'nway and Other Flrst Cla rtano and iirean. KXflJHStONS. rtJira BVJtisitroaoN th mvsn. TBK MIW TAtATIAIi IIOK AND TR8t STKAMSR. CHABLBS MACALESTER. Tlw Pi t ami FWet and -inly New Steamer on theivtoma Htver. Water-Ththt Iron Compartment, nuklna; Mid MAOAbBMTSK Atnolutely "file 1 rierlrlo Uahta Electric cearrli tlrlit HlumlnatltiKthe Hlverand Lnndlnrs Leavlne l-er wharf, foot of 7th 9t , AT bM V. M. ll Mil. FH1DAT AND PATCftDAY RVBN1HOS, Jt'NKSTAMlis, and on oach Friday and fntnrday orenlne dnrlnirtheaenHin of 1W0. nrrlrln In Wash- (Rtofl on her teturn at to o'clock p. ra. 40 MILBB TO INDIAN IIKAD ANDHETORN, taedlSKat MAltSlfALb HAM, Dolnr; and Iteturnlnc. Eletratit Cafe on the Clmrle lapn1etcr. - Mcalaand Lutieliea at itarshall llall lies- taurant. FAHK. nOPNI) Ttttl', SJ . Snnilny trips lo Mnrnhatl Hall at It a. ra., 20, t and 0.-00 p. in. tliarn. Pet of Order Git.iiamreil JnsT,t U LJlbAKE, Cnpttln. BAY RIDGE, ON TIIK CHKSAl'KAKK, OPEN JUNE IU. Naval Academy Bands FINB6TSIEALS. FINB8T ATTHAtTIONS. nVKllYTlIINO THE IJB8T. Trains Ifavo It. t O. Bcpot, week day, 9 13 b. m l.Sfl ami -l.sn p. ta. fcundays, 9 ISa. m., I .SO ami 3.1S v m ' Lenve lis yllldee.wrek ilajr.030 and8.!0 p, re. frundaja, 8 sift 9 p. m. Round Trip Tickets - - $1.00 J.T.ODKLt, General Mtnixer. CIIAS. O. SITU, Oen'l PasaeoKer Aucnt. Jorf.tf The Mount Vernon AND MAItfiflAM. 11 AM. STEAMBOAT COMl'ANY. Opsndartar Jl'WK 1. 1880. the ocwlruaand tel it Burner, CHASLBS MACAIKSTER, WlUlravehrr wliarr.root of HEVESTHt, fur .MOUNT YBIt.NUN and .MAItSII.VU. HALL a follow: lor JlMT VERNON Everyday iexppt r-eedaylat Ka. in aad MM m .returnlnir al 3 uwl s-30 (i. m I'4'.eoeera can remain at .MOUNT VRIlNON UIHit itt-lHld Uiat leuvca If detlri-d. Fare, round trip, tt, liu'lndlntf ad rulltin to Ihe Manalon and ; roil mil fcle irantrafe on lb tioat. JtwaU and lonrhes tne promidly. FirJtAHil.IX II ALL-Rama aa MOUNT VKKNU.N H.'hedla for week daya. OnhV'NDAIS at u a. m,3 and fl p. m., returulBKat S.s.soawl 9p ni on FHIUAYh and HATVKDAYH. Bpeclal Moonltelit Kxeurnlota down the rlror to IMHAN HEAD, tout Ins at MAHSIIALL HALL doing and retunilnt,', leaving Waahinu ton at 0:80 p, m., reaotdBj city on retumat 10 p m. MeaU and lunebea at alt times at JJAIt tilt ALL HALL KeatauMBt. Fare to .MA II MIA I.I, HALL and return. 23 renla on any trip; children, between 0 and 11 yean, IS cent Ihe popular and reliable .learner V W. COKCuTlAN will inake her rlrer landlna-i aa far down aa GLTMHNT, landing at MAH Hit ALL HAI.I, goIqk and returnlixr. leaving berwbarfddlly texuept Sunday) at 10 a, tq, tetBrnliiir at 4 p. m. Ilouod trip, cent.. Miaday trip of the W W CUKCOKAN to MAKM1AI.L HALL will be announced weekly. Sea advertisements. Foreliarlere of tteumera MACALBSTZR and OUICOKAN for either MOUNT VERNON or MAIIbllALL HALL apply to L. L. IJLAKK, Captain, on steamer. Ju'.tf h cat at i: li iiiisourd. HOTEL LAFAYETTE. CAPE MAY. N 3 , aecuwawdatea ataiguin-tj. ou.-u.ii tu. year- LbmILu. and ra water Iree batba free te iteeati The auest mimmer and wtetrraurtoB thecoart ilou-e within 50 feet of tbe aerf. JAMES X brKFFNKU, PrenrtirtoCT. iJtl n Direcfery of Lawyers aid Law firms riAlII'BELL CARKINQTON, ATTOrtWBY-AT-LAW, . tat D street northwest, Waablastoo. 1). C. Webster Law BetUtac. Be.ldeeea, tetg H rtreet nerthweet. XITHBB & WEBB, ' ATTOtlNE-YS ANB OOUN8KLLOR3, tat Hsik Street, WiMMtatog, D. C Siaa sntner WehaV feWr.dAs tt -VOOiMH)MY WtiftBUtK, ATTOeUJBY-AT-LAW. nil aad tat ti at., ckumeer BaUdtiu. sear Inenhm ave.. waaUaetoa, D C. rentiiMMlBtaeCoartsei'tDUtriot audt fttnee Qeonte'a Cuantr, Md. fe.Tdi if &r. FtULUra. J U. ZACUKY F. Ii. McKBKNKY. FHUXliW. ZACHRY Jt 1L.KBNNKY. at Law, SnalmLdlDs, F at T ALTMMJg JOHmOM. ATTOrUfBYATLAW. taW 4 tf m FUik Street. MHTCHES. I W. GALT lint; Ueuauu I vaulu A CeUlatiHm it tkeit 9 WU(kst eemfrisi us most desiroM mov mi sty Us ofc&smg, jfr kmttsi pU fm wkia HoiU timk4pr co tmgki to tks mesi er Tkts woitkis kar firm warns wd art guaranteed. Amsriam Waltkam UahJus of all grades , j t r