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THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 30, 181,0.
r i ) The Daily Critic ANP ( HTM The Only Demoemtte Party riper hiked at Washington. rnh. mxnnmo TrAtimwrtoS CRtrie cittiPAST. PfTTr: 4 ft TWBBT rfOMTMWMT, WAMHSSJTWt CtTt, B. C. ttMra Of glMtWPTIOt. B (portr prmM, 1 JMW J " iMNMl OailUli In the pity, swath fttamtmc, MS D 011 Ml , .... , - i . rJOfcTttfcRS RF.PVBt.tCAy a ft Mt At ii truc that Snttwrtt 1 t nbttran Ik Congress afeetiM oppose ih Federal Electron law detisetf by KIM SfiCl BIS MlrCMMfl. There COtlli 1 tut one explanation of tMr approv lra? It, tMt that wonhl 1m ttre Msnmp ' tlfct 11m pnrgMn la question wen Irrwpohsible vagrants, whoae residence we ly constructive and who hud tr-tWaa to lot by Mny of the baleful ofqnicof the law's operation. No fftM of good chara ter and reputable as trrlatfrth, actually rrllr nl In a South era State, could possibly look forwarvt with anything but gloomy foreboding t i Die enactment and attempted enforce ment or such an Infamy at tb Heel Howell-Lodge election law. ItipraentatlTf Kwntt of North Cam Una toM the simple troth in hi forci ble speech last week. ' There Is no rroipect of benefit to either race In the Federal Election bill. It can do no ffootf to Democrat or HcrniWIcans at th Bftttth. It will Infallibly proToke riltonkr ami violence, ami a certainly nuest the material development of the section. Iieetl may be able, by an ar llttary employment of Hie machinery time placed at lile disposal, to steal a few Ccnjrreational dlatttcta and ao per- petuate himself In the power be love so well ami abuses so shamefully, but that the law will serve any patriotic impose or promote any wholesome ltd, no one three remove from a fool bcllovee. Southern Republicans know this to le true. They have not forgotten the abhorrent period of reconstruction, and tc t one of them who cherishes a kind feeling for hi home ami till fellow 'Hfreas would willingly e the evils f that dark eplnode revived. They know that thli bill will, should It be ci nip a law, prove fatal to the peace Md prosperity of the South, ami that li will entail especial calamity upon the uatoe whom Heed falwly profeiwes a i'iire to protect. TUB XKGIIO 1'ltOIILEU." The following editorial appeared In the Gauttt of lUUdgh, N. 0., June 7. 1 MM). The OumU is the negro orgnn or the State, and It it a thick-ami thin HtpuWIcan organ ahw. But it speaks tinethly a reganla the alleged negro problem, am iu utternncea offer a sig nificant contraet to the theorlea of Sir. Hm and hit following. It will repay feruaal: Tbr I ao tunmt ieoblm to Mill. In ttw ittie la whkh It W hlB2 nowdlMUmml. If rocleethm occwirwl. the Mn qHttation ruW never coa up la Coaareeaorontor it Xxeeet v. ben lhtrt l a great poHUoal campaljes. the Rro and M future dkiurbe CNtMr the brain of tlw fiortlxrra or Soull rratatMMB. TbaSoHtberttpolltletaatttri Pile itarulMuoto keep the whl(wiotU, I clitleallr Ja order to lutare bfet own eteatioa a(.uraor.CoeaTMaw or UaiteU atatiM heaator. The uribra tttua um the new thwe to arooM the trwit aw of voire tupelber wi a to earry ta aiotkMi, the kav the nearo sereaely atoee till aa otbtf vlwtloa. Thai U all there ! about It; tUhiM mum or lw. It 1 eoNoeth and Konth, and la both (rtlaa. f-luce Hr HarrlMw took hi nml In the Utile Hui,iuH)ilatfBU uveuptoa UU wi4 rii than bow to gat akwg without tiMiM-t-ru. and n be darctd to be would vary teas I'foeteha the feat to the world. NotUatcbat ttcfcaroflheMroac aenovofela Obte, II lisubi aad Vvr York and oibw NorlbarN Biain preruata wsdoUNfta. Ike ttottikera taJeBwa oaly preasbe Ero uto niaatioa for polUieal gwt, for 1 e tklake hj keBla the koala eolki.eaouck Korthern Stale caa he carried to give than tt Pmetaeacf. Hataetooa ae tb Dao r.tlaat,lvrdolaJaUc totbeiMara, (Ui vtUlgiveUMta pomieal .!, tha run v. ill im a ehaBc. Let th mwq aat Uk the Ir'li, Italiaa, fiefiane and Seaadlnavlaaa vcicftrihelr latest!-a4 then the aro rtlea,aiaiealld,wUlvabk. Waare kalttaed. fraae what we have mmw for tb hut iwc )ean. that waita Kepablteaaare,iaaar f II eta. Bore avwa to lolotad racocattlua il at, Kaajr SaMrat. It 1 oaly the uoiitl ui now aoa lb aeru of lb jotuh uai-B44tk grew body- Let a. Utaa, ao- uin pneety a4 edueatioa, and ihaa ii num arohbiai wiU wub ltaajf. Taat ti iruaut tudiuiavuaar atx luUUaal lM-w bav plaaiy of rhjbto-what ha r.d in eoaiacatny wtib wharh to aatotaa ilalite. Tako lb toot white bmb, taa rl4 cvr, with a few viH'gptWra. ha I t(g lhaatkaru. It i kaowa taa VLfid oir, we wotLut not eaaag our euadl i.i-a, had ae kt U, for that of tba aour white Baa,hahiailaaU Ko, tbwea ta ao aeaw vnhkeat- The only aagto imli that ouav i hiat t the aao thing that te bow raaabut tLM wbrtd, whathat rbjat w wrona-aeuy. H aaauafcoK cuajtseroaAsat ate utualty aaeeact, haeatiaa they aee a a rate mi irteaaiea and wU teaaeaaed, beat thay Lever etrack the aaU ban ujavalj ua the head ihaa whea thay aaaag te nraiaVtlaa; ttt I'OAavaaaaaaji Cuteaaaji of thaleeoa4 i uWioau diatrict will b found with the i txnlntiai to tea &iadrItoaMU-Ladg Foec i ili. Mr. Coteaaait hti jnlnad the BttinhH ij vartj ou 4M mtommm iuatioa, juet w iLuoaaadaof otbar teteilbnat and rauuu- tie m.i aharaeira ate im-ttead te aVa, an aav Ut Uttutahk cvadteioaa, attejht aoowhav ,u u, t au be tea 1 iHiiatenawi by birth, ha '" 'ntV'-f nh h-lanli mil Tite uMgg. turn, tuat ha la tarapabia ol rviffimtaa; a ii.tu which Im kuwwa mm hriaaj aarcva, tunuuii and dteaatar to tea aaatm Stale. Mr. UJawaa ie a eteeeM advosate of paa uitiuj. a '-rfiTi athHia-aaij w ita,k. u hoocatly we aa emie-ahat tew t lUct t yuimtf la taa one hate ralrulinad uj irfcuajtathawatlataof hteactei- Aud, uucv.f tkfe.be bMeaae1 hkuaaU wWb ""! yoHStaOaua. Sut ha iaoare, at ibc m.. Uaaa, thaw the ntiaaaitoa el tea tU he fetal to aaan teteMat cat Litseu tt.y. i4b wU egaaaa at te eaery no 11 v kbuW - tald i that tt-c -ittesa6hesBM cottutoyto .l. itiajte Ciwatetebiw has aut i fuj".tl sscaateg amteak w i..t Lvciy toaia, foriauMs a. .j ui. m t-i ot, saaaaal to i h.li fcciutg aay taa tea sjmm i,4 M--1 ujj iitfttoacaajt late luk Ui,i ul iaatteteJlsv sat ' iiSitttei' l 'in- (' M. h, l I i- t !! tt i I c t of the ' , I i , afftc IK nati 'i 1 H'mlc nrd thut, fo fir from having Irwt .iry of it fr!f, ft f. If pol Me, nVarer I ban ever to the hearts of Rrothei He el) anl terle Umbo. f Me atstrtaat-e m conveyed throwgh the iwert torn of a feaVTfnt eARottat, n eft tract frw.i which we take perh1 pleaemr fh repwdnefng- "SreanwWle. w hare not pewhed the fhwn, benrawe ft ha arrived at a pofnt Where It ft certainty, and hecM we hi erred to get tone ceenrate tnfor- la regard to an elephant to fled ent hre a good one caa be bought, and f what prtt. ThfM, W1 the fnnd baa tremtd to he laggteg, tH OmntiiHiion hae fceen eoverteg the eewntry m eearch of an elephant. Mr. tf K. MeCormtck of Attaata, a gentleman who baa had latga esperfcfte tn the ehnw hneteeee, and who taorooghly well-tnforntwi in regard to the tartene hente of elephante tbt go with the traveling metiageriee, or that are i tlolwi ahont In the varlone oovifl gan'eiw In this conntry, hae acted ae the agent ft the elephant editor In thin amtUr '" U It mie'eary, after thle, to mv that everti,iBK la enlaHwd ami alt fotgltenf nvn exTcment) eonteMporary, the timn of Jt Tork, aaya: "The more the fcteettom bttt k prMeed I j It friend la the ttonte of preeenU llvee the plainer It heeomee that m chief pnrpote l to proonte the parttaaa plana of the Republican manager." l)td the Timrt ever hate a doubt on this point? HOTEL ARRIVALS. it. Jnpteand F. B. Tup, Jfew -i win cm, i. r. .neuinm, wire, aatt Has Ada .MtLlare, Cincinnati. rf.Vjrfon 11. .1. Gibson, Xew Tork city. Xigg lmr-K. W. Vey, X. V, Thome and eon, Wllllamatown, Fry.; M 8. Cbatf' men, Hartford; Ueorge K, Hart, Water barv, Conn., end (leonre Merrltt, New 1 ork elty. Afti llmtft Oeneral Daniel McCTure, Tjontevllte, Kj.; Oeneral Kppa Ilunlon, IrgtBlaj B. F. Smith, Cliiclniiall; 0. I). Tobb, ltlcbmond: W. B. Wood and wife, Syracuee, N. Y ; I). W. Uwler, St. Paul i',F; bJ.,",'f: l,wi ' C. Itonner, Toletlo, Ohio; J K. Abbey, New York city. II illorr-J. H. Bmtlett, Virginia, and Itepreeentetlve K P. Hlend, Mleeourl. MtirotmUianXiM Cohen, W. J. Baker and 3.. Stern, New York city; J. Krsklne, Ueurgla; V. M. Dubtde, White Plains, .V. 1 .; Henry SonlW, Penneylvanln. Aalinnnl William Kwteg, it. A. (lood win abd K. W. KWIng, PhlhuteliiMat K. J. 11 en, Iloelon; C. A. Jenney, New York ciij; i;. u. iiowte, Sliver Creek, N. Y and A. Jcliiifou, Fargo, N. D. PERSONAL. Jit. General tleorgo K. Pickett, who mtt with a serious accident aome weeks ago, is slowiy recovering. It Is com foiling to her manv friend ami rela tlvi s to hear that she may not be an in valid for lire. She l the guest of airs. Dr. Joseph C. Htedmnn. and la under the professional trcHtmentof thedoctor, who Is one of Iloeton's most eminent sutgcfii ami physicians, licit now chairman r the lhHton, atass., as) cImiIoh. He was a tviloncl In the Union Atmy. and fought through Hih enilrc finr years of the late war, receiving a wound at New Orleans, and was put Into his saddle by his men to head n charge when he could not aland on hit wounded leg. Such brave men fought ihelr battle during the war. No South crn soldier oouliT more tenderly ami royally minister to the want nml Mif ferlnas of the widow of tie brave Southern hero than hat this oltker ami his noble family. George Francis Train will putilleh a paper at Tacoma. Wash . called Vofa'j fewNd tht World Educator. The name of Jefferson Davie appears In the necroloelcal renort nf ilm Itnur. doin College catalogue. Ha received an honorary degree from that Inatitution. Ittv. 1'eter Ilavermaiia. rwatnr nf St Mary Church, at Troy, N. Y.. Um teen lonucr a prleet than any other Catholic clergyman In this country. He Was ordained over sixty years ago, Henry 31. Stauley. although he has long considered himself a cithcen of the LnitHl States, was ot nattirallted till atay 13, 1885 He was about to start for Africa, and came from Loadoa to sew lork especially for this purpose. Dr. JlroWB Semiard. acmnllnf tn n dispatch In the Jbw York iemW, is still striving for scientific recognition of his "elixir." If the number of casual ties reported frooi Its um la this country be a criterion, it has already received more recognition than it deserved. Thlate Princess of Tliurn-and Taxis, a sister of the Kinpress of Austria, was one engaged to Kmpcror Francis Joseph herelf, but he jilted her to marry ncr in year old sister. The Princess was a few years ago the most handsome and intellectual woman in Europe. The first order of Ltwdoa's new Chief of Police will nt tend to make him popular. He has prohibited meetings among the wen for the dtecuastoa of grievances, which may result la actual rebtllion. Sir Edward Bradford was not trained in a good school for hi? new duiits. as it is notorious that positions hehl by JtfllUb oUtears fa India, eepee iaily wba natives are under order, are too autocratic to fit the holder for civil office among w bile num. Boatoa te ralalag the fund for a me morial hall in hoaor of Wemleil Phillies, asui a number of teadrag lec turers have voliMted tkelr saryteea In behalf of the scheme. It is psostoaad to gtv the structure many of the fea tures of Cooper laatitute asui make it ie)MaAUtiv of a parted, very much as PUgram IUil ttasMis for early Kaw Eaglaad, and Paaeuil Hail for tk ttvolutkiauury era. Large nmtrtbcitioas of moaey ami books have already haaam received rroea dttereat pates of Jfew usglaad, as well asYiuas BteetesUaa. 7 tea Jtap ttl ttM l'wt-. from la liana fTJ"f Jteav He eat vitfate bis oe te tea city's hsjtg aiart Aitettemght this very Utm thoagjhlt "o- uuitww I'll itaiiart 4Ut ctatatry rfsaae where tece teaSgaast tee laws Jtad all the eH aotets au bates to eg ss4eaa. -away vkte M tete ai4rua, l' vey of tea ftrife Oh. JlgHW te hsl bj 1'U smmA Pf week's vacate te tea eem- teyateaaajtiatea, ite vsaitjat g,tei tai auaateste ateutettei iteetahai wto the utd haa' sswrto SHH Ur Musf. baa BMnw ItJ aa Trot Uds aYrft BliMMrfrtiae mt il n f irh wain. to (awOtywhaw (tenroaw- wea sasau I ail atl vast iteu paod qim Vhaas hJMI haaja te siaxaateftMteaetey'a iucaM(iaiat L IkbA LttflfaaHal fUSL Mll laBH "" WMbaJaateisaesstetae wtegtatt aa T 'I 'I ' 1 I If ' 1)11 wavswar BkS-httAaW BfehaajadB ut,iVteX awsatenatesate i'tiSMStfjMIMah ste Bart." Cask aa aaw aHaBsaaattSBaavateBaaH aaaahi "ar awaaaw aatSBBSs aaauBtsTX Malaah A PHARISEIISM OF FHJLANI 'R 'FY A PanretlrlDK System." ..rjentlnert to Corrupt and !" Wnnhnotl. rflwi riMnp olfrr't Tarrant frrnfttm. tht hormrnhfe provtsfoa for those who snffcred and were drsabled la their eowntry's defense threatens, natter tfr telflsa and nnscfnpnlona maalpnlatloa of tnre who aw In th degradation of Htelr felloir cttlxenn a alrort and easy road to political supremacy, to become a panpcrtrlr.g ayeum, wtraae leaat and most Innocent eonwqweaw Is the tninotn rmrdeh which Tt la destlnel, eonwr or later, to saddle nprm the pub lic treasury jVerrr tra thrr n fihirirrim nf philanthropy, in irhirh ptrnal agftrnn rfi'wnwnf mnrt itnpnthnt'f mnrqarrndrrl tn tht tnrmtnt of a grnttfnl patriotism thin. nnr httlh of t'ongrrm hnte lately pre r.tH, and the namenlr silence with which schemes so tmtenqne that they should hare long ago been laughed rait of any Intelligent public assembly htve been recr-ived, Is one of the most amerlng facts of out poiitical expe tlrce. Indeed, far apsrt in time as are Home ami America, we must needs own that the reternblanrea of history ate at otwe tragic and significant, it waaa huge military organisation, re member, which once put the Itoman L'mplre up at anctlon and proposed to knock it down to the highest bidder. To day it la In the air that it Is the party which bids highest to a precisely similar constltnency that is to be re wafdid with the symbols of national primacy and authority. Ami out of this It hat uome to pass that not alone me scarred and honorable veteran, not alone some brave and maimed survivor of an heroic rhargr, that not alone the widow and orphan whom death on the field or in i ne Hospital have left bereft ami pen n Heat but trtrg nHulking eampfM tower and dmrter, irtrv fraudulent and tainted elaimant trho ha tht efrontlrg tn demand hi bribe, can hart it, (fonlg hit rote thnlt thve become a rommoditg teithin the control ofpartimn dittatinn, and he himself a lackev to do his politi cal master's bidding. 1 have nothing to say of thoe who have devised this infamy ami baptlred It with the name of civic gratitude; hut for the manhood which it is destined to corrupt and degrade, no honorable man can feel, I think, any other than the most profound sympathy and soriow. This surely Is a system of government that deliberately conspires to degrade men, and no delicacy ought to tonrcnt to excuse or condone it. Itmtene In Street tlarn Jtmtor untie: it pleased me to see the Mtlclc signed "Uackwoodsman" In your Issueof tho 30th Instant? There are several of the porcine family on other lines In the city with less excuse than the Pennsylvania avenue line, bs they have an aisle in the centre or the car. Sitting with another lady, quietly con versing, on the F street line, two very w, II dressed "hogs' of the masculine gender rudely siiuecred past us throusii the open side of the car into the street. I was so astoniihed I forgot even to re monstrate (though people tisuillydo not when knocked down by animals) Whether they saw a pretty girl or a C' nrressmau. or were pursued by a slietlff I know not, but some notifica tion should lie put up by the company that the front or rear of the car is the proper lilace for ingress or egress (ex cept when the seats are empty, of course), for the Instruction of such peo ple who think It unnecessary to have good manners in a public conveyance, "Pho Bond Publico." June ae, iaw. CURRENT HUMOR. Kverybody has a mission. The mis tlon of the crying baby is to make old bachelors and maids contented. Ateh. mm Uluic. He bed imm the funeral fake to gt OH Until all hie relation were doee, And here a the btttball states began He had not one to die for bin. nose. -nUadelphU Tlmu. When a man insists that as a condi tional of household happiness his wire nun give up tier ravoilte poodle, and the asks for a week to make up her mind, what sort of a comparative value must she set cm her husband 11'kila MpMa l'rttt. Colonel Yerger Is your clergyman going to take a vacation this summer? Judge Peterby Yes; we raised a purse for him without any trouble. If we hadn't, he would have kept right on preaching all through July and Augmt,2Vu Sifting. "Congressman Turner made a rajj take when he gave up the ice business to become a Ileprasentatlve." "Do you think so?" "Undoubtedly. If be had stuck to it for another year, he would have made enough moaey to beeome a Seaator." Lift. Teacher DM Columbus know that he had discovered a sew continent? Class No; he thought it was India. Teacher Correct. Why did he think he had fouatl India? Urteht Boy -I s'noee It was 'eause the InhabiteBts was Indians. jVw Yurk liVaiy. A youag lady who has had tbe good tortuae to draw as a prUa ia tha ebureh rafite a beautiful pipe, meerschaum withaa amber mouth-pieee, seeks ia this aaw not tutttMiauw way to lad a bushaad who aaay ataka bar future hapey. Aaalreas 'Tofcaeeo." Jflit ft BiaUmr. X swuhaw of Uoveraor Hobiasoa of Kentucky was rcMjaasry sawiaa; awav at a tehUe, whew mm am akad him "What aseyaw aiayiaar" Ha sasvratatl "I'sa ptefiag eteaete atuate." To ttet htrtster uueatVw. What swt of saussc la cteaate atusk?" ha rtntted "That what ajuh't gut y tiuw to it." iU VI-Kaa ViosUtUU. Jrmm O (iacteaaal Ttrnm-Sto TM yon evar kaaw that that um WM wm IweoaM aotesJ a tea wteters of aoatg- who aaaar waote a vs ia their ila.r" reaaarkad Catsol, alter w had disc em ed "Aaate Roaaaw." "Mefitety" sad "Yr Maaus ." "Bes Coiltea, wt dhd It New York re Way, wrote lots of goael atuir. but yMt avr mm his aaaw cat the back af abate of musk? Ha uaad to U Sflfici aaotxia who were batter kaowa DM paw Jtea Uoittea. J P. 8kUy waala avtay baauiif ul tuags, but Puy W was tave oaly oa lava awde a hat. SooM! comedians hawa habu of .Visjrhu tuugji frcm uaJuMwa hut bsaJtey Bahaalss aad tekiaj tbcaadto of kajriajf wrtttea thaav. Ia this way a catteia actor who usr sua a aoog ia hia life has eataJbMahad a wurLT aids sutaUua th writer of cootie WW Taw tteaataa ftom U teaa VeaMaaf sThlte tjaa ptaawat teatauaaiiMat aaaahae a JtojajthateaM iii aJ&a law waM k. m. w. nv-nfaal ft fa aia- ."a a&. a. a.n. T T a" - - ajaf S MMSi swaT aaawiWSF Pasgaln ca MOHMoaav BMaahaaa of oaa write., ysfaaa. Hfll aat Set mmSSSmmL jfeMsJ, A WALL STREET INCIDENT. IMntfraflrr a Very t ommnn Char acteristic or the Ipeenlitrnr. "Man Alt Jnvn"ln ihc AVwt ttrk fttr. ItrMMitg in Wall street Mraea me fhtvre than the way the Mtifccta and their easterner speculate la tin strafes of concern abtmt which tltey knoit nothing whatever. In ffret, mtmejg orthodox speculators knowledge of any Wad. Is considered as a dangerous thing, beta likely to distract the orjetators attention from the ebb and Bow of transaction or the qnotatkm recorded on the tape, which, in snch quarters, are roasMered the only real guide te be followed. I witnessed an amnstag instance of this the other- day la the office of a Wall street friend. The head of the firm and his ens tomer were discussing the prospects of a certain mining stock In which they re Interested, when a clerk from the efflce of the mining coming entered wlih a canvas bag In his hands and pro ceeded to exhibit to the gentlemen present several attractive looking bars of e-oM as the product of the mine for the past month. My friend held tire precious metal up to the light, handled it affectionately and remarked: "Well, that beats me, I have bought several thousand share of that stock, bnt I nl ways snppoeetl It we a silver mine!" That is a sample of the way Wall street conducts Its operations, ST. MAW'S GRIM STORY. trreeheit at e nml saved from Ihe Ntnitlts. re the Indrm finttt TVnrrnnh. A remarkable story of the sea comes rom St. aialo, the narrator bolne an ancient mariner named llAttchs, whose ininful experience In a small boat on tLc ocean ought to lie a warrant for the ttuth of his tale. Handle had signed articles with the captain of n vessel called the Mathilde, In which he sailed to Martinique, While In the harbor of St, Pierre in n boat with the cnbtn boy one day ho was driven oceanwanl by a Bale of wind, and was knocking about for a week on the waves before he was rescued by a Norwoglan bark. After tho first night at sea Uauclie says that the cabin Imv becamo partly delirious, water was "filling the boat every instant, and in i,rder to prevent tbe living lad from being drowned In It the old sailor made palls of the legs of his pantaloons, and was thus enabled to keep tho bottom ol the little crart tolerably dry. He had also to deprive uiineeii oi ins sum, wnicti lie utlllred as a flsc of distress. On tho third day the cabin boy died, Bnd hardly wai the breath out of his body bofore seven or eight ferocious black sharks began to viik-ie iiiiioii wie ooni, wiucu iney some times almost touched. Itatber than de liver up the dead body to tlio monttars of the deep Ilauche kept it until it be came decomposed. Iking afraid or Illness, he at length threw ft overboard, after having said Ids prajcts over If, and the prey was speed ily seized by the sharks, who dlsnp pearid with II, and did not show up again for about twenty four hours or o. Ilauche now felt so utterly mtserablu that he was thinking of throwing him self overboard, when he was dissuaded from his Intentions by Ihe reappearance of Ihe sharks, who. after eyeing him ravenously for some time, actually be Ban to eambol lwfnrn Mm as If l on flclpalionof a good feed off his body. "I did not want to be eaten alive," re marked Uauclie In his narration of his perilous adventure, "so I remained where I was and waited aantatnncu " nn the seventh day the sailor lost conscious iiwb, nn uuiwi in iiieuoar, ami was res cind In Mn Insensible condition by Cap tain Paderson of the Vladimir. In his mouth tbe Xnrwnvlan snllnra found what Ihey first thouaht was an old quid of totweco, hut which proved tn be part of the horn handle of his knife, which Iltucho was crunching to stave oil hunger when he became un conscious. The rescued sall&r, alter having been taken to New Orleans, ob tained a passage home to St. .Malo. Only the other day he went down to the port to meet his old shipmates or the Jlathllde, who bad been wrecked off the coatt ot Newfoundland, whither they had made another voyage since Ikuche disappeared at JIartlnlque. The crew of the Jlathllde hail been rescued Off the banks of Labnulnr hv an English vessel. They bad long, of course, triven tin Haurbe ami Dm -aiitn. Imy as lost In mldocean, and great was thtir surprise when they beheld the fmmer in the flesh, ami as hale and hearty as If he had never been without food en tbe deep for full seven duys in an open boat ami In perilous contiguity to (he teeth of the tigers of tbe oceau, Irreverent Seutluientallim," Klhmtfrtm MOm lUUr'i Honor Qmtim. trite ttmuutU St tin ,V York WwU, For it ha been reserved for oar Una te bear that, te public affairs, neral eUSga tioat as eaibotiiad in their meat aoe-iwt utterance, sad eaaaatiBfc from saureee that, to towe of u at aay rata, are of twa wiuat aud IXvtee sanctity, art umufy to le Uummtd at an tntltvuul uiUitneutaMtm. I do not iadeatl foraat that it may be said, and with tomo tcuhlauee of Jiutke, teat such utteraacc have no ibon eigBlicaaea thaa way be attached to the source from which they have emanated, and that thara aa am uum waauag inota who bava baaa Kift to disown them Hut that toaia tfaiaic r eaid. aad that other Utlags are itoae atLoag ite, by thow uhoaa putUloa gives to mull actkau a epaslal aad vxcapUuaal tig htecauc, aad that ualthar acta uor woms are deeonncail or rvyuatialad by thus boa profeiskMts saska them the epaclal guardteo of Biorait, this J a euitetiua hieh nay well awaken both heaslllattea aadabwaa. "Irreveraat sasuiauuttelisw'' isaaartr as graphic a phrase as "irttiaeat diam." tha term awited by Senator Iagaik to "purity u politic. " The s piaais of Uas alluatoa was aotkoatHaaa tite audteara. aor sM aayhaaty doubt that Use Vsaaas ilfaniasa was tte) hstii's ajw at whteh the Btahoa's araaar VMaS ttiMatBBBaL lkajr,re VVtah L .IcaU. r mm li Mm ra firm. Tuck are ia favor aaaia, aad forat a simple but aaisy triiaauiac for drssam Tanai wide tucks, ciosa to tea Vn'iw of plate skirts, give tbeas a ilea ftaJait aad kea taa skiit from lookia? too narrow about tb feat Vuoteiiasia plain skirts double rows of vHlsfg aaouid always be placad to mmUw dress frota luokuig Uasp aad the 'form toasteavy about the hips. Tuck at the ead of slaaaas are atsda vary aarrow, sad aat, or thouid be, Uhe thoatt l tihayohaaof evaatog sacuas laaite by IhWteiW Tct. ttt LfnUnra VUimkm. This Qum teei.ustea hands aad ,- whJrtbatteta1 i8, he. eJahw his vteiHrarhai or his ooav MgJB. Ha has Ihaoata aosr the JhUIAUajA la tkavtaa fajknrisl aiainitaah laa vri apssve ssahillsaiHasteSaia Vaavawaaapav war aUfjlsai tgeTltttofy, vhaaa la 'tm Ju Tte't tMsaf like Weahwa eesws mm fSMfatanv iraaWhlat Tcuates. umbo. a aaar aa ik. sgWgJ P- R WaaTsiMa I amteaa teaaaauT tka tS. IKFCRWAIION FOR A PRICE. o. Wafthlnrron sells eimt Points Ahont the Slot Machine. Frcm rht .Vm Vort flo. Thm ft a drop a nickel In the .! .' Weigh Ir g maihfne ta thr lipi iTmnit waftlnc mom at St. Oeorge Stt.n Island. Two well dressed young mon were standing near It the other dav Ow of them fished a nickel from his pocket ami tepped on the platform of the machine to set weighed. A ha was abmt to thrnst the nickel lato the slot a little colored bootblack stepped np to him and exclaimed: "Ifoi' oa, boss! Don yo' draft yer nickel In dar. I km weigh yo' wldont vmitin' in any money." Is that so, Pompey?" said the young man on the machine. How do you do It?" "Oh. I ies' blowa mr braf later ite hole, an' de machine works Jes' de same like i oa'd drapped a nickel In." "Nonsense T Iwt tell me aay fairy tales like that, George WaaMagtofi' "lai alnt no fairy tale, boa; dat's irne tr. gawspel. 1 II bet yo' money datlhladoh." "All flht. III bet yon a dollar you cant." A he sahl thh the yonng man polled a dollar from bis pocket and held it out toward the little bootblack, evidently expecting him to backdown at the sight of tbe money. Dot to his great aston ishment the little darky ilmVt back down at all. Instead of rtaln an i, produced a quantity of dimes ami ntehels ami counted out a dollar's worth of them. The young man might have crawled out of the liet himseir, but a crowd had gathered, ami he was ashamed tn do It. The monev wns tint tip In the hands of the lunch counter man, and at once the little bootblack pnt his mouth to the slot, puffed out his cheeks, ami blew as hard as he could Into the machine. The Indicator swung around on the dial and pointed at l.M pounds. "That's a great trick," said the young man, as he watched the lunch counter man pay the bootblack his dollar. "Get on the platform, Fred, and I'll weigh you the same way." His companion stepped on theplftt rorm, nnd the young man carefully wiped the slot with his handkerchlar, mit his mouth to It and began to blow. Ills checks puffed out like toy Imlloons, his face grew very red and he frowned bortiuly, but the Indicator never budged. The crowd latiBlied. nnd the young man tried ngaln harder than ever, but with no better success. At last he ititnui to tbe gtlnnlng bootblack nnd said: "Say, George Augustus; I'll give you another dollar to show me.liow you did that." "Olmmc do money, nn' I'll show you, boss." Tho dollar was paid and the little bootblack stowed It carefully away In his pocket. Then he pulled out it nickel, put It Into his mouth, and put his mouih to the slot. He blew hunt araln, the Indicator once more regis tered IM pounds, and then the Ixy opentd his capacious numb It wa imply. The young men were not vey conspicuous after that. AN OCULISTS PECULIAR CONCLUSION. Clinnro fur llnniierlniileil Ilurte In lluiut of llralny Anceatrj-, JTtm the X York m. A paragraph In a morning paper an nounces the fact that within the past ten years the number of young persons between 18 and 36 who are obliged to wear eyeglasses has just doubled, and suggests that the change In the climate has brought about the Increase. Just tvbat effect the climate and the sudden changes thereof may have on the eyes, none but a specialist could tell. It Is, however, probably a very vague and re mote one. The operative canto Is more likely to bo Indicated by the educational repoftr, as tho result of the wider dlf fusion of education and of the roadlbg habit. An oculist said not long ngo to Ihe writer that three eeneratlons of scholars in a farnllv would almost cer tainly bring about some marked defect of vUlon which would tend to become hereditary. Another cause, not so potent, perhaps, but certainly one that ia not altogether fanciful, is the lack of linrlmnin nrUv The health of ihe eye demands a ho- nion tiemancis its use ror. long dis tances sb well as for short ones. Thus it Is observed that dwellers by tbe sea or In Ihe open country, where the eye has a long sweep, are seldom near sighted. 31 vopla Is the defect of vision commonest in ihe citv, and there is np doubt that be short range of vision which a city affords has much to do vtlth Inducing It. The Tarltr on Art. yrtm Of mlioootdU Xtwt, In the strictest and fairest sense it is a tax on taste, a supprasstos of the op- petiHBiuas or culture, a boorish op pression of refinement. It isaxaetiy ibe same maaifeataiioa that a euarso gialaed doit slums wbea be daubs a neighbor's handsome fence with mud. It makes him feel cheap to see tiae things, ami be hates thaw. They are hot after his Mad. They are "stuck up" acd "put cm airs." The Congress that laid the tariff cm foraiga works of art way have bad aa hies of fosteriag our hoMMi works aad artists, but the Coagresa that refuses to remove that teiUt after years of experteuce of Us futility ia aidiag home art acta with prftdsaly the feeUag of the feaae-daub-Uagiiiflaa. Humanity atut tbe IIlKh'Tazer. 'raa tie fUuidtkki JUtrJ. Cjius deoa. V. D , lrtedeui of the Xaw York Board of Pharatacy, ia a tester to a medical journal uaou the MeKteiay bill say ''Iibiakthawadi cal Bfofsatica should protest ngnlasl aa act of Coagreas by whk-h the coat of so hwporteJU aa artkle ia -Mrilna as teilh sugar would be so greatly aad uav ffewarTiy enhanced. My ttteattoa has ako baaa called to proteate ia the pubste jaseas agateat tea lacreaaed buas oa aad BearoiL" The madtcnl piofur liuo has abwady take the coursa riggailail sa laawtiag the duttes oa mlnaral waters. AM such duttes are ciisuas ngsiasf hit aaaatty. But huataaity wtU saawaly he aeiaara ua rorusa waaaa jiisrtra dots aot eva get the p-iiriig of a hariag lU Cjfcake a Watatr tttt. rnm u UtuttM teta i'n At Daatete, is tha aaghterhoQd of tha aUaUT. tha lasaiifsrterte wbaza steam fc"r ia raiiaVwail haM hui a atealatsU. It ia stslmi that thantoas used to COO.V tha water iaeu the fac- tortes have beom ao chufcad with tah Beat tete sanaisry w te testate. Thte teJbtAateavte few their Vv'fr -rtll inaTar by tha eituvU ajdataf from tha daad ewa aad the bstaaadaate basaUdaa are MjaaVrgoieg a pjuceas of (MaiaJecUoa - i " '-sii CJaaAaahal MaUMeMeVateaaal aW 1 ilhlaltigl CkLW viaaV laBpaBaajv Teappeaaaws" snaaaaBSvawaw sr hjr tha ts- x o. taa Ysteay uf eacii week eVtruur J use. i aaa f ngijt tu aaiuaaaw as Mate It Sail 4iSUrKlS vum uti Iralm U liMI Uuuu XotMXtH Iralii to wiiitf 1 utwiavaji i ! UtdbatttafMaasxIas !. a J4S f tt. 1RAIN ')RRINTG IN INDU. Tlie Ameriran Artist !ot a Very Rail Ktnrt of Villain. From ri fHtaat) ttmM. A riw ctmi i-f r-ib'.mii riRroad rsnrfTi wbt, h vsm'lil firnjrsatlm vlr tucii Irdinsilon f a bold and defiant Arrerlfsn trnln loi.ber like the late Mr .Tame lprartifcd In India. The wrjtt hes who follow ft enter the cars and tffer food and drink to the hnogry arm thirsty passengers, who unsnspect IBgh pmchase them. Both solid and IteTrtrl ftfiwhrTtent contain poteon, and, when the travelers have enecrmtbed to Its effect, they are swiftly def polled of their valuables. So frequent have been these robberies on the Eastern Bengal Rail war that the Bengal police have Issued a circular or warnlnar to travelers. In It they l scribe the miwfw operandi In detail, and advise every one to refnse to purchase .ny food or drink from unknown per sons who enter the trains. American train robbing has snnk pretty low a train robber the other day Imasted that he could flourish an old Iron candlestick and go thrrmgh a whole train load of passengers but fortunately it has not yet descended to the level that has been reached in India. No MMnko Hero, Frtnrct rmm fttfkep fttter'i Atrrsrvf Omtlm M rtmmtntbr the .Tew rhr Wfrf. lleference wa plainly made to the utterance of yet another man, not now In public office, but still In public view, when Ihe Bishop mid: Once grant that civic place I a private lfoorr, out of which you and I most first snatch that which shall compensate our selves for the dleromfort ami degradation Involved In scrambling for It, ami It Is dlf ncult to see how the sequence which puts self or one's party first and one's country '""'"" "i"v "um an me way mrougn. And, Indeed, that no higher senee of civic obligation tbau this Is widely prevalent Is Indicated by tbe painful fact (to which one finds it difficult to allude with becoming delicacy and reserve) that great parties and (" ltira5w are nine in luis matter to amrm-, on platforms and In official pro niinctamentoes, and with such unctuous solemnity, a virtue which, In practice, they find It no lees easy with open and braeen Impunity to flont and dltregarJ. Such a situation, gentlemen, dlsRUlse or iltepute It as men say, never can be liellttled or Ignored as a mere partisan Issue. It Is an Issue of moral. Ills a question of common honesty; for men in n'rr power art timplt the eer ranliofthe &nte, and tbe pnMte temee it jieWic h utt, abuse or perversion or mal feaeance tn which Is not a less, but a greater, ctlme Iban unfaithfulness to a pri vate tiust. There was no need to tell ihe audi ence who was meant here. Both recog nttlon and npplauso were Instant. Creates An Appetite There Is nothing- for which we reoommeml Hood's SarMparllla with greater oonfldanee than fur loa of apretlte, IndlgMtlon, slek kvettaehe and oilier trouble of drspeptla nature. In the wont natural way this me.ll eleo gently tones tbe stomach, alts dlffe ihm and makes one feel "real litiBHTy,' La die la delicate health, or very dainty and particular at mralf, after taklK Hood's far Mparitla a few days, acd tbemtelve longing forandeatlB- the plainest food with unex pected relkh and satisfaction. Try It. Chronic Ilcailiirlio "Hood's 9araairllla ha cured me or a chronh) headaobe ami various other com Plaint when medleal treatBMBt failed. I have sent several bottle of Hood's SrMpa rllla to relatives la Rermany and reeelvwl nrany tbniilci from my friend there, who need It with woaderful effect." John It. OaiMx,3lOItaiaay street, .MllUnaton, Diltl mote, Md. Hood Sarsaparilla Sold by all Urural.ti. Jl; lx forlS, Pre pared only by U. I. HOOD & CO., Lowell.Mas. 100 IlOkva One Dollar, PRINTING. USE! 4 BISBEE, Post Building, ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR. Telephone, 726-2, Briefs, Arguments, Speeches and Every DescrintioB el Book Werk rrawnsiy Exeettled in First-Class Style. Cesar I'liaiieg; aad Neat aad Tasty Desif as law Cewwarcial Pricaiisg Our SfMcialty. PRESSWORK FOR THE TRADE JaaMf M'GILLfi. WALLACE, Printers, 1117 K btrl .UFlhnMl, Me OMeet Fieumii mm vwwwrkmm my kin iNutosr. XSgmktiUm id taw iaaaai V i iaaSji i hi a Vina bfcMaAI. WORK A. SttttUl.lIVrV AaatSMryUaji ei steak. BSsaftOBaWad aaaV tm XMsbbbbbb1 MaBaaBwaW TasjwiasiagAajLtaB-a, JOHNP.AGNEW&aQ WIsWlaHSaW ieftd MsalM SM&Mal saS Modi. Mi Cutfi's Cwt M (aTfWat: Mai F- M. Wcwmkm TaJaaVCor.Hat. aad ai.sa. tU0KS:l OSIU. UB?aa.3. B,OOK3 BOUQHT. "M ," The contagion of contraction has spread through our entire store, and our various managers have been instructed to "let the bars down" on everything. So, when we tell you (and you repeat the fact to others) that "Lans burgh is makingsome startling sacrifices," we mean it Almost every price-tag in the house has been rub bed out and marked over with the "shrinking" pencils we give out once a year. Andhere'swhat some of them say now: Those rine .tointless MatUnffs that were 46 and M cents have been marked 39 eent. The Bet Paney, Seamless Matllmrs that were t eeate are rmt down to eente. Per this week well make and lay lt-Weot Inraln for at eente. Here Is what yon ean do la eowie snedat lots ami pairs of Portieres, If you do It right off: Jl Summer (Oriental) rortleres fortl.S. S10JM Ckeallte rortlerea for IC.T8. 118 Plrlpeil Velom rortleres, fringed top and bottom, for JlO.tO. In Fine Mahogany. Oak. Cherry and Walnut Chamber Suit we fake sw per cent, off regu lar prices. SO to SR per eent. Baby Carriages. off on lUfrlgerators and Our 40-Inch Cottago Drapery, In flno eolor i, skill go at 17 cents. Ton can't put anything handsomer or cheaper Into your now borne thanonoof our Antique uaa cimmDcr twits. .1 nieces for . n better workmanohln' Hoveled . Plate Ulase! Cbalrs to inatcL if you want them It's not often that buyers of goods in our line catch such aclose glimpse of cost as we are now affording them, and it will cer tainly be a mostshort sighted policy which will make them dis regard our midsum mer figures. JULIUS LAOURGH llilrtoriilli anil 1' MrocU. OFFICE OP WOODWAHD A LOTIIIIOP, Ccrser 11th aad Fits, n, w. LADIB6' AMD JJISGB6' DLOOSHS. Srokea lise ef ahewt SO Ladle' aad Slie' IHesieee ta Ftae Freoeb andgeeteb FfoBBeisaad Fraaeh BreAdsisths la Cardi nal, White, 'avy aad Pansy Stripes hare been redul to M eaeh, TtaM Seer. DBlKKJISTi' aUNDHIBSl. Law's Whi Ha gaaR, m imom aakas 1a ahax,aav WeailwaiJ JsUttrnf Hart Teiase Bx taAhsai ttetwaaMw a Haawaeaet Ua.tfaaah. WaawejJ Jt Uiihiaer Hat Wtm, ieaHa Maj-HajaMaa,laiatSSa, Faekar1 far Smut iar the tessera Batata SiiSNa, far -ditkmivmtmmm. 8ttMaV aaBBBB aaatf SbTsbbSIUbW JtaaBBaW tjaaBBBt BbbbL ataaattaat :ldwm.mm nt ieikMMNUi m mm mwtm k mm-, AnrsrsiKiT. a rprons f!R tto orBRA norvu LAST WJtlrt OP THE B-OJI Sventntssts-n Jtttra Matinee FiMay, tnly I LAMOKT OPERA COMPANY. FtHrt Tfwft w WMtfktfifstloit of 'ran8' opo-a, THE BHT, Special Engagement of Joseph Herbert ami . Berndon Moreen. mw.tf WAifMB-AS BXmnigflCRD ToTJJM .iIJ5! f 'm' A1res ABTIBTT. tms osace. tmo it rrms HEOLIKN. IS the rat of All Maslcal Insimmetits Beeaase It performs any mnste rom a wait or a ballad tn nn overtave oe a symphony more beanttfnrty and more neatly perfect than any other ilngle tnstrnment. The AeoNan Is not mechanlnsl, bat tbo rnajopolatlra of tt Is so simple thai a person ean Im to play It with from one to three weeks' practice. Yonr visit lo see this In strument will be eelermed a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, 9 TA. AVK , f ole Agent for Sta'nway ami other First Class Ptanen and Organs i5. tuns IONS. BAYRIDGE, ON TIIK CHESAPEAKE. OPE5i JUNE m. Naval Academy Band. fi Nuerr ji BAts. finbst attoactions. BVSKYTUINfJ TUB BB8T. Trains leavo H. A O. Ucpot, week days, 0.15 a. m 190 and 4. SO p. m. Sundays, D3Sa. ra., 1J0 ami 3.15 p m Loavo Hay Itldge, week days, C 30 and 8 30 p.m. Sundays, 8 OBd 9 p, m. Round Trip Tickets - - $1.00 J. T. ODHLt, General Mxnter. CIIAS. O. SWht, Oen'l ranenccr Agent. Jult.tf The Mount Vernon AND MAHSHALL HAM, STEAMBOAT UOMl'A.tY. On and after JL'Nn l.iseo. llio now Iron and steel steamer, CUAM.BS MACAfKITEH, will loax oner wliarr, foot of 8KVKNTIW. '.'r..A10,iT VKltKO.N and MAHSIIALI. 11 ALL as follows: ' c.r MOUNT VKHNON-Every day (xcpt SiiBday at 10 a. m and p, m .rotanlui; at S and s-M. p. m lMeiiiters can rcmu i nt .MOUNT VKH.NOX unlll second Iwat lea 1 1f desired. Faro, round trip, tt including ul inlMlon to tliu Mansion and round hie (rant cafe on the boat MeaU and 1 in Wi eerved promptly Mount enon l.aldo Hooks can tw pronurei on tin) boat. For MARSHALL IIALL-Haioe as MOUNT EIIMi.N tclicdule for week dart. On MTNDAYS at II n. in . ami ami n m relutnlntr at S. S.SO and p. m , On F1UIIAV8 and 8ATl'RDY. Speftal Moonllstit Expurlor down the rlTor to INDIAN IIXAD. toucblna at MAHillVLL HALLeolna-and rutiirntna. lealnR VVailiinit toualCSOp. ra., rwolilUK elty on return at It) p m. .:i,'l?l..n,.I"8ehs nl H """es at MAR SHALL HALL Kmtanrant. ParetoMAHSIIALL HALL imd return, SB eenls on any trip; children, between 0 and U years, 15 eenU. The popular aDd reliable steamer W. W. COiiCOIlAN will maka bar river landing aa Li!.1??..: OU MftNT, larding at MAR SHALL HALLeoIdr and returning, leavlne her wharf dally (eicart Sunday) at 10 a, m., returning at 4 p. tn. Round trip. S3 cants. . Sunday trip of the W V. CORCORAN to MA1INHAI.L HALL v.111 bo announoed weeIy. bee advancements. r ForcUrtara of itaamera MACALKSTKU and CORCORAN for ettlier MOUNT VERNON or MARSHALL HALL apply to L. L. DLAKtt, Captain, on itnamer. Ja9,tf hcaiouiK liuuuu, HOTEL hkYAYSTTE, CKVSitKY, .. aetoraraodata SOOiwwtJ. Open all tbe rear. Onmlbun and w water free batln free to cuets. Tbe llnet summer and wiaterretort on the coatt. Homo within 50 feet of tbe uri. JAMBS Jt STEFFNKR, lroprltor. )ollu Directory of Lawyers and Law Firms riAMFBELL CAR1UNQTON, ATTORNET-AT-LAW. W6D itreetaerthwCMt, Washlnston, D. C. Webeter Law BulWlng. Reldeaee. W8 II atreet rtorthwegl. TyEBB 4 WEBB, "" ATTOHNETS ANB COUNSELLORS. . OH Fifth Street, WAMMNaveA, D. O. WWtaBD.WsDb. Heory Rasdall Webb, tfHB erg say w ee. feb7.dAS.tl -iVrOODBUKY WHEELER, ATTOHNEY-ATLAW, 9t aad tt et., Chaaaaay BalUtoe, sear LesMtaaa at., Waehtastos, D. C. Fraatiea La the Coart of the DSMrlet aad el Friaee George' Coaaty, Md. f ST-dA3,U SF. FtflLUPS. J. Q. ZACIiRY F. D. McEENMEY. FHILUPS, ZACHHY 4 MeKENNEY, Hm-w SaaSaUaiag, F. J. ALTHfcUS JOHNkOW, ATFOIWBYAT-LAW, 468 FUShStre faSt-diaU iAiKTCHES. I f . GALT M k CO. IIIrT I'auuajrtvaula Ave., Call aUtuHon to thrir slock of Waiclus, comprising all iju mast ddiirabls movhhIs mtditybs of casing, from the kmott pric for wMUk a re iittilt tim-Junr cam he kmght ta tiu mast txumsire. jAtss wakhos omr our firm mm amd art fully 4L SSW rSaySwSJa) Awurictm Wa Itkam Wttichts of allgrwlos. GBEAT FAILS ICE ODIiflUrf. taffltW: 924 Panntylvanui Ays. O SfMnt MUH Tmm ai tatm. i r5Toa.toTiEr eptiWkoa party as aaaiiatookjual ItUillTi Jiatiai CtlW Ut. Mai F StL m W. R K W Wr nmW P uavjax.