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THE DAILY ClUTIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 0,1890.
It ft M TUB Daily Critic A1D CAPITA I.. r ' -if ii 1 1 71 Qnlf Dtmetratte DaGf Paper Pth tuhrtat Washington. 2X1KY XNlHO vmArif1firrrot oitmo cttwrtt. OFFM: Oil U aSTRttUT HORTKWIif , WASBlWBWW CtfT. I. C. TMftt 9t HJHBUUITIo. Br ana (mw ateaaatx i yat I month SI IfclUMl t ft ewy. I Ooatii A Till CRITIC B.C. JUittClAi. AJtD CNPAftTISAjf. Out eeHsjHieil Trlhunt of JfeW York ) ? letemn when It affects to be luMotens, ami It It often exquisitely itiBnr wkem It laKmtft to be moat rlls blftat awl impraasiv. Jto better tfewoastratlon of this theorem conM be Iciiad than In the following editorial tittetaMe ciljrpesi from to-day's Issna of the aforesaid esteemed, etc. : The JtMllcrat and nnpnrtlsaa spirit watch lien referred another illnatnthm raster lay when the two Mlllppl esses vs. Catehtaa aa4 Krrnaghsn . Hooker -vrre tteeWH in favor of the fitting Hemoerattc reembc t. Thl Is not the first time In the leavse ot the present ston that the ektime tt JtrnabllcaB contestants hare hem east cat. fantsneh a disposition to ileal fairly and eqftltabty prevails In Cnngrera Is a point taravaret theee who think that the preeent net be of decMreg eantasted-eleethm eases cannot be Improved neon. This Ainailnjr display of a "jtHlldal ami unpartisan spirit," tiki net ooetir until 3lr. Heed bail outraged decency and JMMlce to the utmost limit of nfety, and thereby etired as large n majority as lie needed for working purpose. It timet be saUI for Iteed that he is a rniHan only to the extent to which It Is aecosary. and that bavin made his enterprise perfectly secure, lie i willing to become as good-humored and amiable a monster as the most ex acting eottld demand. There was no special reason why 11111 and Kerna gbas should be seated. He hiid n ma jority without them, and It seemed more pro4uWe to use them as examples of that "judicial ami upartlsan spirit," which has waked to ecstacy tho Triton's lyre. The fact that Hill Is a colored man td that he was beaten by 7,000 votes In a ilWlilct 'where the blacks are noto riously strong seems to have had no ef fect 'I he pretest offered bv Heed to justify the Federal Klectfon bill In volves just such cases as lllll'n, but Iked evidently wants no negroes If he can get on without them, and I X tit takes a back teat, whence he may wit ness the dlsp'ay of "judicial and iinpar titan spirit" with uch entlmsltun as Ite can summon for the occasion. THE XEOItO IN POLITICS. 1b the Philadelphia 2tmt v Had the following: Tie StmU Jwrmaf of Ibis etty, a pap Pb Hsktd hy an ftMoelatlm ot colored journal ists, says: At tha Hepuhlkma Cuaveathm bW la llarrtshurt: lant weok, net a eolored ('ttw, reporter or K'Hwtneot an wasree cgalscd. At the Deauierello Convention. Ltld In Scrsstoa last week, N. L. Butler of HanpMn County Wit appointed one of the itptBt.at-aia A reporter ef the Journal was ft? en a eat at the pre table and two W pretvatativas ot the Deraoerathi Colored mate Lea cue were atwt upon the to by special InviUlioa and tttll, TfceDoaafsare trio '' Stutdy this shoukl not surprise the cohwtd people. They must be aware by this lime that the ItepuWieaa party cares nething for them, except la their capectty a-voters who cm a be handled ami controlled by wholesale. The party Is perfectly willing to let them vote at the South, where the only vic tims ef their supremacy will be the wbhe Democrats, and It Is perfectly 'williDg 'o make iioUy and unscrupulous U( of outrages against them for cam palgn pirposes. But it was a HepuUl can CagrM that deprived the District of Cohsmbla of the rights of sulfrage and self-gevernmeBt, and this was dose notoriously, because the Itepub lleans abjeeted to veilng by the ne gNe where they were in numbers tsiiSeieBt to affeet Neults. Tke dUfer esce betweesi the two par tite, m this quettlc U that the Dewa- itAc do sot utetewt to be)lve that the sbjhhs are, as a class, competent to tf ekvatiM ef xovammeat, or that they si , far ik psessnt at least, be safely in ''i with siy coi4fahic voice la i.f ntIeiKiaiioa. TUc lUttubJitaas yit t$i to iMtHese all tttto, but they are itlf mmI kymoetitical, and thy do b( Hwlr believe it any naore Uusa the Pon ot m do The beat test in such ater Is tltat o actios aasl no! of yso fwi 1 by this bast tke Dewewats will aw))etr tb trtMMt fiieaMsa of the ioli4 psnole They have shown a WM'OJww wHBngneai to deal fairly U the aatlsilMaiMS of peUtkal Mewnat. sad Mf cairnl a larger recogaittoa, both vltw. tkaa tka liaaulilkiaaa. 'I lu TWani'i-rali. however, ate not yet Miuiy to aeceft the aKto as a trust- m 'uy indsyiiaileat force ia states-KL-b p. r to set alas up ia plafia wuiirste puhttc iTBaemiaafai de lt,j apua bis iMsorethm aast has iafea uf caraoer Oaaaialhus a! fsnanm at i iviiiztloa wane setai4 1 as th whjtt fur uixaful sstf ejosaraaaaat Ji w.uidsBj oaJy tha staiaisat nu it l- e io rtHuiie hum itttla igjwrartiia 1 1 !i. iil "I the attio. tiiikt cutured au tafaftad to ia tiit ,iKrsjh .juotsd above haseewi kiii) taken a toa etas ks tha 4ght liutLiU'D sw.e the Uio to reaitta ttioi iuc KepubHcSJu puy 5a tuaiaf i-,t ? i thcui aao i ui to ail hw Hio pfetraainai M uci.t nA caajl itiu. Wluta this luaiuuun saaii e cibe KefiCai. aad iiu it )0iut S-fttlf 'tii tit begro Uas .cauivi-d io nufca hik - 4. I latrliiiwa aniiaaaft Ms hit a,...ia. iuieresi. It will be tisae to tnaal l.u. ji auoictaOag mofe lasportsBi thM tuLiictttt .aattL W tea that luaa .inn ;Li.r. ailJ be a i1jm. fur hiui l j.t iK.u.u.iaui. Mheate vhKh Uc uia i wiui dignity ad cittbi (.taaa Jajaa Cowasai's outha suhaaw a4 -ffrjTT.r' of " aoaseeaat Kaoolat rij. a mcsm ut u auas nut Uat SJ-t Jijt4w. . .u, ' :-ju tSttai.:.,'.fa to ome other p'n for improvinij 'he rsr I tree? of msnkinrl ' TbeCaptatn wn need tMs nsorritag In Lafayette 9qnare. He at npjim a bevel) nner a h hanglnft tree, aA Ms thM nntnttonerl si the collar, his eratat ! estlj eoreealed fl Tle, and erttfc no Merons evMewpes newn his person tnnt ne felt the heat Wttfe all the titterwrty of his ardnt nstnre. Brrt as he sat there, and as the IHfnl breete sradnsUy !, Mm Into the t-snll rslm of thrwarbt. It was ofeeerveA by the respect fnl hyrtaaVter that he seemed to be pone)rint; efi1y tome matter of grave and awfnl toiiwajuelitt. Can ft be that the Captain hat atmMy anticipated m and that ha te at tats flsnajseajt ronnnhitfng a ptaa foY redtwing th Mnperatwre of the tinman body hy a irstets of comrfr ontlete We hope en. Heft la a Held worthy ef his a-rest k lentlfte attainments a field whleh nar row. HiptomoU snulwwis or dabbling doc trinaires taatHM Invade a Held wherein be ran reiftn wlthoat a rival, yea, ami relfrn on the jnst sad tin unjust alHte. We hope the fsptaln 111 tMn this over. It may he made to pay. - It occvm to i at this eseitlna; mo ment in the inrnmer solstice, that the rmbttc are eMefy Intereeted In knowtne; what the thermometer registers In the avarage etty reeMenee and an the aMewalns of owe streets. These are the ftgwres that repre sent prsetteal faets. The thermometer In front of oar esteemed neMfbbor, the PoH, snowed 104 degrees Fahrenheit, yes terday at 3:10 p. m. It was net exposed to the snn, hut to jnst about the conditions that the urbane and energetic clerk Inside wss subjected to, and to a tittle less severity than attended the pedeetrlnn, who of course occasionally got into the son. The fact that a thermometer set up In a pleasant, brtesy room In General (Ireetaj's office marks M or WorM, means nothing to the ordinary clttien who has business to attend to ami mttet knock about en grade level to attend to It. What interests htm Is the actual, everyday heat on the mirfoce of the earth the heat lie has to live ami HllTer In. We owrHVB with pain a falling off, both as to material, quantity ami the literary quality of the dally Cheap John bulletins In the I'lilUdelphla newspapers. Is this the usual falling all ou account ot summer, or Is llrother Wartaraaksr going to punleh the many for the ribald comments of the wicked fwt IO TJiL ARM VALS. JitirnpolitnHVi'. V. (Ira)son, Mains, Vs.; MIm Daisy Hampton, South Carolina; J. W. Orlffltb,New York. A'arnmil V. J. Schloss, J. M. Dickey, Mies M. K. Illll, I'etinsylranla; V. ConnelT ami wife, Iowa; (leonte K. Kulm, New York; It. F. Carter, It. Iletneman, New York; 1 11. Loelrler, New York. St. JrtmrtI. L. Mwiiherd, Hlrhmood, Va.; S. JI. Ullot, ltoutHlout, N. Y.; Mr. ih1 Mrs. Schloss, New York; It. 11. Moffett and wife, Lincoln, Neh.; F. M. Spsnlilliie, Hoetoo; Joiaal, reterstmrc, Va.; V.Y. Wimdcock, Atlanta; W. C. N. lUmlolnb, Vlrj(liits. WiUurifi Mrs. C. II. I.aggett ainl Anlne Moss.l'srksrsbnrg, V. Va.: I. 1. Krlas s! II. Cassels, Toronto; U I). I'Mps, NewTork. ' KWU-W. K. Wfltb. Nashville. Tsna., J. S. Smith, O. V. AlllnkHi, State CoHage; Va.; J. 8. Fullerton, St. I.ouls; William Allati, New York; Albert Halley, Lack klngero, dermany; W. K. Sblpp, U. S. A. Hormfej'i-lt. 1). liuadlt, New York. HhorrktUH John F. OhtMteail. XrMHiuNV. 9. Barclay, KegUnd; L. V. Surues, Kngwnd. .triima4HK. V, Lake, ISrenada, Mix.; J. II. Flottg, New York; George T. Tildes, 1 lotto 11. Arntt3. A. CaDipbell, W. II. Harney, rrovfcienea; I). L. Hlrbv, New York.; Wil liam MicUouald, San Francisco. 1mhKhm It. W. (iooJe and wife, Vir ginia; C. JI. Tanner, ti. U Johnson, New k PERSONAL. A tour of Spain has been marked down ia the itinerary of Whistler the artist's eummsr outing. The latest report touching the domes tie life of Emperor William of Germany is that he pays his servants starvation wages. Robert J. I'embortoo, considered by many to be the greatest gambler that Kentucky ever produced, has just died, at the age of 71 years. A man acknowledged to be the lead inif philatelist of to-day is J. It. Moons of llrusselg, Belgium. Ills investments Id his hobby are said to be upward of a million frascs. A man named I'ockham, residing In lirowu field. Me., has been married six teen years and baa moved thirty-five times dutlBK that period. He claims to bold tha ehampionshlp as a rolling stone. Cardinal Manning, who will celebrate bU b'id birthday next month, has al ways been an advocate of outdoor sports. To as indulgence In thaw be attributes his present health. The Caar of Jluseie, Alexander III, nae purebad Sterneradzki'a celebrated picture, ' Pfayrse in Eleusia," for 55, OW) roubles, sad it is to be hung ia oae of the drawing rooms of the Chateau Peterbof. Mis. Martha Gray of Wheeiiag.whea interviewed by the census man, eea fassad to beiag the tooths of thirty sovaa chttdfati. She has beaaiaarried three Uaaea. Tha ehlhitea ate schaduleil as six triplets, six twins and savaa aiagies. Zx Oovcraor Sasyth of Key lUwo ahise hi having a T8 foot tower, sur asaunlad by an electric light, aractod as aa observatory ia Maacbattar. Tha The bfittow oftha tower will he 38 fast la dtawater and tha walk 3 feat ia tatckaass. The Dathe of Fife has just sold his ia estate of Kothteauy, BaBsTshJre, which has haluaged to the Fife fatally since the bealnalax of the last caaturv. Mvy Qua of beats lived ia Rothiemty lUra short whila. and the loaass aha occMBsaa are still ahowa to viattow. Priaca xhaasarck racaatly said that hear, a basarajte of which he is vary tonal, hhs haag foraaddaft Hfff iia w sJaftwad to diinfc hall haatae af spark M MimMff of a vary Hfkt and dry 4JaVatMaV4lMr. aMat QtM aAaV aWtiaaaafr Ma4 fkt SUA Oi HfiaafirHl tkal BOSttaaall. ytF aae ptreajaaa aBaa aap"a Mol-iMk. Ik ii mm M-ml M Hawvud a aiD Qaii4iaUvy Has if b$X aJaVUMaflati WaVaJ eVfttt 4Mf4 laMal rttiawi ejmi (ucKbuht kafaMaaW IWtalHa JtffcWJalaaaU afi dJfe tllfnlsNaiaT m aha laid au boaay, curly gnjdaji Jhni la pUjIui asoea auia wat vast aahhs. Jk& . that a, if rcr aai s day, WualJ tuvc kiss, aitd st. k by alas, uoiue bt might. He voaittA aa'd has mi uiaas to do Aa H aJrSTp asng tL6 Ug atcy .aau Tv wash wu vawa Ui by br toiAmt .ai. -Vt . iV iXtudU A Ml WITHOUT A FR1ESB. rridftit iiafittan a rntversfrt twm lNv olews. tYim tht Xrr Yurt Ttmrr, Three gentlemen seated about a thbla In Delmrmlco's a few evenings afo t triectetl Ihe attention of ther dlrren In their part of the room, not only by frtqnent mirats of half Mippressed laughter, but by the evMent enjotwnt of two of the party over a collection of stories related by the third, who had jnst returned from Wasblneton. They ere all gentlemen well known In He? Torn life, not only by their names, but by their faces, and the teller of tho stories, a lifelong Republican, la a familiar figure from one end of the country to the other. "Somehow," he was saying, "the stories one pick up about Washington no- are all directed against poor old lfflrrrsoo. The succtstnt of his grand father Is Ihe worst iohed about man in the world. Mot of the stories point to a teornl, too one. for instance, about the Indiana itepubircan Vrho wanted to be appointed a collector of Internal rev enue He haM done good work for the party and there was every reason why he shonld have the plate. In fact, he hsd milled all the wires and his ap pointment was certain. Hut he was a nervous sort of fellow, and as there was A little delnr he began to worry. The longer he waited the more he worried, until at length the suspense proved too much for him and he look a train for Washington to see Senator Ingalls. " 'Well,' saldlngnlls, 'what are you doing here? You ought not to show yourself In Washington just now. You have a sure thing, and all you need U patience for lew days.' " 'I know everything ought to be all right,' the man replied, 'but still I've bten a little uneasy about It. I've been bothered with the lileii that maybe UnrriMin Intends to appoint some friend ot bis In Indiana.' " "Thon go rlcht back home and com pose your mind,' Ingalls replied; "he hflht got one !' " One of the others broke In after the Inuch- "Frcnds? Of courao he hasn't, lies the only man I ever mot who never made n friend In the whole course of his life not even In his own family. He is not the man to make n frlcnil. lie takes no pleasure in nnvtblng but the Kevlsed Statutes of Indlann and the Westminster Confession. How could a man make an honest friend who be lieves In the damnation of infants at this singe of the world?" "They have a new one," tho story teller continued, "about a lawyer and bis client who wore traveling la n Wcstorn train and an Indiana post master who fell Into conversation with thum. The postmaster, of course, was for the old flag and an appropriation every time, and he began talking about Harrison. " 'Oh, he's no good,' said the client, as KHin as llairlson's name was men llonul. 'If It hadn't been for his grandfather he'd never have lcen heard of.' " No good !' exelaimed the post master; 'why, my dear sir, he Is one of the greatest minds Indiana has over produced.' " 'Humbug!' (aid the client " 'No humbug about It,' said the en thusiastic Postmaster. 'Look at his record. He was one or the bravest generals In the army, one of the great est soldiers ot his time. In peace he was a giant among men. The country has never produced n grander statesman, nor has the Indiana uar ever seen his eu.ua!.' " 'I guess you'd have bard work to provu that,' said the client. " 'No he wouldn't,' tho lawyer Inter rupted. 'Kaslest thing In the world. Hartlson admits W' " THREE TIMES DEAD. Curluus C'me ol Untatepay ami no IIUHllv SlncuUr Ours, The question of being burled alive was a matter discussed by a party of gentlemen at the San Francisco Ho bemlan Club the other night. A jour nalist vsho was present told the follow ing story. "Living In San Francisco to-day are two persons whose strange experiences have long been a mystery to me. Two years ago a Iioston gentleman came out to the Coatt. He brought with him bis companion, a young woman In the last stages of consumption. She was pretty and talented and ten years younger than her escort. I am ot the opinion that a sort of Platonic love existed be tween thorn. "Three times to my knowledge the young woman has apparently passed out of (bis life Into the other world, and twice preparations have been made for her burial On one occasion her com panion was out of the city. During bis absence she was taken suddenly with a sinking spell, and the landlady became greatly alarmed. In two hours the In valid was pronounced dead by the ladies in the boarding bouse who were In at tendance upon her. As the day ad vanced the landlady, seeing no signs of the gentleman's return, visited an un dertaker's near by, and preparations were wade for laying out the corpse. "The body was cold and stiff when the undertaker arrived. He viewed the corpse and went bach to his shop for bis assistant. During his absence tha muting cooipanloa of the dead young woman arrived upon the scene. It was bow about 4 o'clock ia tha afternoon. Upon being informed of her death Ave hours before, the gentleman uttered an exclauuttioa of surprue. Than, rush lag np to the room where the body lay. he closed tha door behind him sad turned the key. When tha undertaker returned ha was refused adasiastoa Two hours after tha gentleman emerged from the room aad ordered two suppers seat to the apart meat "Later, the young lady was seen all ting upright la bad, eating heartily. Her companion had brought her hash to life hy a method of ruhhUg and physical maaipulaUoa known only to himself. Twke after this he refoatad tha performance. Thraa times, to sty knowledge, has this youaf man brought tha young woaaaa. back irons the dead. She lives here today, sdll an nsvaHd. aad is UaUe to dU again at alatoat nay CtoaTiaUBE a Mtiwrl. fteav (4f Jfc I'ari MtaU, Vot a gad asaay huadaad years nana have endured the agony ef havtef their at corns stepped upon wHhoot devis bNc a reasady. It has baaw saay-ad to a arissaariaa to teach tha writ how to amvide a dasattast hsauaaaf auJhciaaily active ta taaHire bms to walk oa aha owa feat, as it were, hatband of tanahJag sowdaa. aading his tow isfleotMortafciy assailed, instantly shot aha tn1nwsr, aad. aa a sort of MhnlMCt MasifWallsti. daunted tu fuxuiah hit nans aad d-d-etf before taking has dafhrture bom ana txa w ta air. iaiux iuu m Annan '" mus. Mr buUtvna w a aaa el prntanoe aad vbdhMy Bis gttatuaea are nuick. iiav i'laaaJve al jraueCuL lib stated the auihviiiy of such oooipetent irUfe hit KLcaut and other that u hm uu mjt puwatfuJUy tha ji uf adiseaa hsauaif w Um fuaiings it tlu bc4 letted 1 '--t UoC U l.ciiuU aiil ilJi fbwUd 'u Ik l'i- -i KuLt. I. K.o.ti ' n-Ut (..la.. J8u ANOTHER MONSTER TRUST, Cellnlotel anrt Xjtanire Mitwametttrers Cetwbtw Theft rinnts ami tlhrXvai. JIrw Towt, Jnly . CetlnloM and tylonlte mannfscturer wli' toon organ ize a trust. Rnmrr tha' a i-omMntlo wn about to be formed by the Ameri can Zylonlte Company of North Adam, Mass.; the Celluloid Company of Xew ark, M. J.: the Arlington Company of Arlington, . Y arftie LtthoM Com pany of Newmtryrwm, Mass., have been current in trade circle for some time, and vesterday It was reported that the ?molldat!on had already taken effect, he attfronncement "was premature, however. Owlne to the absence from the city of Mr. V. h. Brown of tbe Americtn Zlyordta Company a meeting that had been arranged by the representatives of the various companies was postponed. and the attlcles of agreement will not be sinned until later in the week:, it is nld the Arlington Company will nrrt be In the deal. According to authentic Infirmfttlon the united companies will lie capi tallied for 4n,060OM, ami the plants of Ihe Zylonlte ami Lithold companies will be abamloned, ami all I heir patents, patterns, material and machinery will lie turned over to the United Celluloid Company, which will hereafter exclu sively manufacture all the articles here tofore made by the concerns. It is satd that separate competition has taken away the profits or the business, and this is the cause of the consolidation. President W. 8. Slllcocks of the Cel luloid Novelty Company of No. .113 llrondway said that he could not an nounce the details of the prospective combination, but as there was nothing to conceal, he would gladly do so when the matters had been fully nnd finally decided. This, lie said, would be some time during the present week. RAILROAD EMPLOYES STRIKE. ."jHltcliinen ami frolcltt rtrnfceiuen !o Out for Increased Wage'. Lonsmtn, Kv., July 0. Alt the Louisville and Nashville switchmen and the freight brnkemen on the short line went on n strike last night. The passongcr tralnsmcn took no part In the trouble, nnd tho trains went out ns usual. The men on the short Hoc di vision wero the ilrst to quit work. They went out on n general strike yes terday afternoon. Thirty crews of ono hundred nnd ten brnkemen nnd forty switchmen are on tho strike on this division. Transportation all along the short line to Cincinnati has been completely (topped and not n freight train Is mov ing In either direction. The con ductors, It Is claimed by the brnkemen, may enter into the strike, but havo not done so as yet. Several stated when seen lntt night, that they heartily iu dorted the action of the hrakomen and would lend them their support. The strike Is for an Increase In wages. The (liinrit Not Irmilinrillnnlc. Lomhmi, duly 0 In the Houw of Commons this evening ltlght Hon. Ed ward Stanhope. Secretary of State for War. statid that the reports represent ing the Qramller Guards to be In a condition of Insubordination were very much exaggerated. Some dissatisfac tion had been manifested on Monday when n battalion of the guard was ordered to parade, and for a time some of the won had fulled to appear. Event ually, however, the battalion as a whole paraded and inarched In perfect order and under complete discipline to the discbarge of their duties. DuniHRe by tVlnit nml WiUnr. Salamanca, N. Y July 0. An ex ceptionally violent storm visited this place at 7:15 o'clock last evening, causing groat damage to property. The third story of the now lleckor & Money block, not yet completed, gave way, and tho mass of brick crashed down upon the adjoining buildings, nearly de molishing them. Fred, ttupel, a baker, was burled in the UtMt. but was not seriously injured. Several others had narrow escapes. The loss on property Is estimated at $10,000. Hint It 101. NrnviiunvroKT, Mass., July 0. Mrs. Elisabeth White died yesterday, aged 101 years and seven months. She was lwrn In Passamaquoddy.' N. 11., and moved to this city In 1855. She was the mother of nine children, six of whom survive, the youngest being up ward of 70 years old. Her grand children and ereat-grandcbildrflQ num ber seventy Ave. Her husband died In lbrJl.aged 08 years. A Otove Fight Arranged, Nbw Obleanb, La , July 0. A glove contest between ltobert Fltaslm mons, the Australian, and Arthur Up bam, before (he Audubon Athletic As sociation, the 3Sth instant, has been ar ranged. Last night FlUwimmons tele graphed that the terms ware satisfac tory, aiul be would leave San Fran cisco tomorrow for this city. The wiener will gat $1,000 and the loser fiMO. An (lid AbulUlooItt Msc Away, Aumiak, Mich , July . Hon Lbarkte K. Miefcley, aged 33, died yes terday mossing of paralysk after a few days' proetralioa. lie was an anil slave agitator. lie Iliad Many State post ijoes and whila a member of the Stalti Legislature originated aad carried tbroqgh the bill which gave woane admission to the Michigan State Uai varsity. Deatk at a Veteran Xew)tier Slau. BocmMTSJi, N. Y. July 9.-Jaiave W. Stanley, for several yeajs conaaaoa- den at Alhaav for a num tier af papers throughout tha aaata aad a vataraa aawapapar writer, died last night at his haaaa ia this assy. Mi. aaastlas served la tha Sixth Hew York Cavalry Ourtaw taa war. lie was pan asm en i ia BaauhHmi n aolitian ol Mewon County. IU was hew July 4a. l4i. ftaauatl U a OtUp. Ehjk, Pa., July 8. Jdxa. Mary Uai- 1bbbbWbb4bb aaaBCaQOlC tO eenUll&taV lUna kitchen haw with hafosaaa yeatoiday Am exanflefes loUowad, aad aha was matted to a ofisj). Her baby was aha) baatiy asawsao. Lwi Hata to lr Ffh mi Maktuwl, Vwhag the nxeteat aasaea tha u. g. It Co- wiU anil KTmrsloa Uefcats Xroia wsaaingt .a w ajar Farfc. omttai.u l-U Aprfaad UaUaad for ihs Frtdsy aigbt ni all fataraay Uaias each wash at rau uf tSfef tac round tjsn. The tiekats wUJ bs vahd tor satara pasaaga aaatl hluawtsy UA Ifcaing day of asta. Taatata to ieckiej Baal aaa aad ntura ad) to sold uadar aaiahv oaaditiwii t aaw tut the aaaad tdv. pouby wjmwnowua baalaivaijej aVhaja at oJaaaBa ha ojataasf st'isr 9et&nsaT Cataf 4aBaai7ahBtkna Mas, Tanaiaaaaaca 4tad taaat BVaaaa Alt aaaaaf dto utah th -., Aad tha lad Fttlt uita glad, A4 it jiaHCb Utikt bis UiJ' Aim XviiMi i THE SHOPLIFTERS IN C09RT, r A rathetir pnat ft fiIKs trie etene of Kah tiWSfrttos, Seated in the (rimtiMiiaBilte-tkf wtre Kate Prldsv and SnWltt t. LaXi'Wa1 the ehorHirters who wen m eatverly captured by dc-te. tlves at the Itowar.l Hotise. after havine pcrpetfnlert a aeries of larcenies nt cvrral of tha reading business houses of the city. They both wore black swlta Mat hwt and waved large sired faws to keep themselves cool and brush awajrjtie Im pertinent (Ilea. They were tried and convicted and sentenced Kate Friday to two and Sarah Lewess to four tears' imprisonment In the Albany I'enltentl ary. Their counsel were Messrs, C. Campbell Carrington and C. Maurice Smith. The two women have been In the District jail for seven months. To day Ihey were brought Into court with the expectation by Mrs. Iiewesa that ihitr .msiice iiingnam wmtra make the sentence of both women the same. Mrs. Lewess, with broken speech ami tear dimmed ayes, said to the Court: "I appeal to yott, for Qed'a sake, for mercy, ami that you will lake off two years ami make our sentences the seme. I have a poor sick daughter ami grand dauehter. ami I know, Judge, you won't be sorry If you extend that mercy to me." Mr. Smith also made an appeal. The Judee decided that the sentence ot Friday should stand, and six months were taken off the sentence of Lewees. Oppnird to Extending the Tracks, Mr. II. A. Qrlswold, president of the Potomac nnd Anacostla llallroad Com pany, appeared before tho Commis sioners yesterday afternoon In behalf of the Company, and Messrs. James P. Harbour nnd W. A. Cook appeared for tho citizens who are opposed to the pro posed extension of the road. Mr. Har bour spoke for the residents of Tenth street, between P street and Pennsyl vania avenue, who arc opposed to tho annoyance occasioned by the laying of tracks, nnd want the cars to run over tho Eleventh strcot tracks. Colonel Cook, representing tho residents of Sixth street, between I) and F streets, spoke strongly against tho Inylng of a trnck on n street too narrow to allow vehicles to pass with case. Prestdont Qrlswold explained the route and pur poses of the company, and claimed that tho road Is necessary to accommodate the Increasing population along its pro posed lino. The Commissioners will consider the matter at their mooting to day. KtilRliU fir l'j-thlas nt Milwaukee. The. largest procession overseen In Milwaukee was tho parade ot the Uni form Hank Knlahts of Pythias, It being estimated that 0,000 men wero In line. It was several miles In longth. This city was represented by Whlnitton Division, 70 men, Nelson Division, N . 2, nil men, nnd Columbia Division. :K) men. They were nccompanled by the Oltn Hock Hand, whlob Is cnterel for the ptl76 bend concert. The Washing ton contingent made a line dUplnv, and the marching of the Knlichts was fre qucutly npplaudfd. The Wnshlurt-m ians arc In quarters at Camp Carnah in. General Carnahan and staff review il the process on at the Intersection of Marshall nnd Middle streoM. The iixt clses In the Exposition Building were opened hy Mayor Pock. CuncratulHtlun truin Abroad, In reply to Poslmaster-Genoral Wnnn maker's message ot congratulation on the occasion of the recent jubilee of penny postage at South Kensington Mil am in. London, thu Duke of Edinburgh has addressed tho Postmaster-Gcueml the following communication: "1 have received with great pleasure tho message of grcetlne which you havo addressed to me. I thauk you sincerely for send lug It, and foi joining In the celebration of the Jubilee of uniform penny postage. Your message has been read aloud in tho presence of some thousands ot guests at the South Kensington Museum, to whom It cave great pleasure. Accept my best wuhee for the prosperity of the great Department over which you preside." Sunday liar Uase DUiulued, Mr. Tenney, proprietor of the Na tional Hotel, was before Judge Miller this morning charged with running n Sunday bar. Officer Gibson testified that be was in the hotel bar-room last Sunday and bought a glass of soda and a cigar. Two other men weru there at the came time, who called for and got whisky. He could not swear it was whisky, though. The District did not prove that Mr Tenney run a Jfeemutd place, and for this reason the case was dlimissfd. Mr. Dumonl said that be was perfectly willing that Mr. Tenney or any other bar-room keeper should use this kind of a defense. If they did their chance for getting a renewal ot license would be very sltm. Uouiuiletlonor ltobeil' Statu. Commissioner Hlne returned from New York yesterday, and when asked if be hail anything to say concerning his recent latter, said: "There is no personal ill-feeling in the matter. The subject was discussed by our prade ceofs, but bo opialoa was ever wade public concerning it. To remedy the double, CongMM must change the law, and either the two assi stasis of the Ku giaeer Consmtasloner must be put under ihe orders of the three Conmiatloaers, or 1be Engineer Commissioner must give beads as the others do." Cotonai Robert decUaad to discuss the aitaaUoa. Island I'atk, llarper'a Varry. The iaast pies tare ground ia lbs aaaar fcaV U tdaaaC aa-jtAaia bailiur LgaWiaaBnT wings, Irtog aouas, esoHiwt, - ; si) tr. Tvary Ttuusday btm aV 40. static U UMnf a. w. Tickets, iacludlag reserve seats both dfsacUoas, ft. Thtsk IIU Haul hat Married. Ut. Wladrin, Supervising Architect of tha Treasury, denies that hit son, John Whsdrtsn, has married Mia, Jbt. Evans, the ousra singer. Mr. Wiadrias thtehs there Is not tha slightest fouada tiaa for tha report aad beHavee tha uIlaLu lXaw a fuWvts.art.tn --IXv gam ' hit said, "has not to my kaawladge uaid IZ Miaasaaa to an opera stjunar. t saw hi Phiiadalnhls oa tha Fourth and ha laave no bursa a ah a of salsrtainlaa: aaw atach lataatitras Had ha Bsaafiaa, X wosUd suxrly know toinHhiag about U." A ta Yait 4balJUF ba 'TAaatlhahakdUr' "t tsar m ajsysB BsBnjaBBB st eiSBBassaaeeaa InaAVsaal aMTIal atoaTVMaV ajaaaUMsal IuJt ML u .V ui. Fr ftv laf imty $J . jlu lfajtto Th waaahaia of tha Uerk's Mutual asaaVdal ijad Psotcative Aaaogiaja9a faaaada plaasaai day at Bivr View lnaW MOTp aaVaVaaMBHi VtVU Tha evaainx was nasi ad ia and eaogiag that tae vocal aad u aauakc provsasH y we aa The excursion was a great sjad the teaarial aid arrived asic of ttokete wtu oe or haaadt to the aakuoisvion T w wed! bv the feul aurtui; titf day, aid 'he ecurikiaW w cu tty liao oswi-s- If yua aM ashed u dnak boer, aaa to. gattert furtbeiJ Viuui Cauet- alwy Ltd Ust . A LENIENT SENTENCE. trenntd Ofts a Day r,eg Than n Venr rer Mftnilntietoter. Charles Leonard, convlctetl of matt alanghter for stabbing Seorge W. 8nyer, on Sunday, Febrnary 28 mst, was this morning sentenced by Chret Justice Btngham In the Criminal Conrt to eleven months and twenty nine days Imprisonment In jail. Ills couowet, Colonel Christie, made an eloquent ap pent In his behalf, and satd he hoped that the Conrt would temper Jostles) with mercy on account of tlte youth ot the defendant, who Is 18 years of age, his good character, as shown at Mm trial, and the length of tune that he had already been In jail. Jtntlce Bingham said that on account of the youth of tlte defendant he thong nt the beet place for his reformation was the jail, and not the penitentiary, wliere he would be associated with hardened criminals nnd old offender. The Court then, after giving tlte ytinth some sou ml advice as to his reformation ami In beromlng a good, moral rltlwm In the future, Imposed the lenient sentence ns almve stated. Weak and Weary In early snmtner the warmer weather Is es pecially weakening ami enervating ami that tlteil feeling prevails every wliero. The great benefit which people at this season derive from Hood's garsaparllla proves that thts mcdlelne "makes the weak strong." It decs not act like a tltmtilant. Imparting Aetltlnus strength, but Hood's BarmparHla bnlMsnp lira perfectly natural Way all the weakened parts ahd parities the bleed. Morn tint "Hood's Earsaparllla restored me to good health. Indeed, I might say truthfully It saved my life. To ene feeling tired ami Worn ont I would earnestly recommend a trial of Hood's Bursa parllla." Jtns. rnr.nl: A Moshsh, DO Brooks t., Bast Iioston, Mass 7t. V. If yondeeldeto take Hood's Sarsa parltla do nolbe Induced to buy any other. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by ail druggists. SI; six for $5. Pre pared only by 0. 1.. HOOD A CO., Lowell.Mnss. 100 JIo Ono Dollar Where Can I Get 7 $13.50 SILK COAT AHO VEST KOIt SIO In Dine, Drown oi tan Colon A $10 Pongee Sitk Coat and Vest KOH $7,50, OK A Seersucker Coal and Vest rou $5.00? -AT- EiSiBUl 'S From now until July 16 we will sell all Casslmere and Cheviot Suits on our first floor for $io. These suits range in price from $12,50 to $20. This big re duction is made to get the goods out of the way of the carpenters, plasterers and painters, who will make the dust fly ior awhile. On all Thin Goods, Odd Pants and Wash Vests there will be a reduction of 20 per cent. Boys' and Children's Soils, There is still a good as sortment. A reduction of 33 H PQr cwt, will move them fast. LBJIMCO i) 93 1 Pa. Ave. JHUrw MATCHES, i w, mm k go. ttar 1'wuk.ytvaula Avm CtUleMtnHm to tkrir stock 9 Waiekts, comprising U thd most dssiyaJUs MtMkUHMtis araas awava'SP swarssiPsT saaavsass' enespwrawFar and styles octumjf, from Hut Um4st frit for w&ck 0 UU$ Hm4k4pf cm V Tkts4 tmtcJkiS kwr our JpwtWs! aalsaawP masQSMP Wsf jf Sawp Atmariam JVa itiam Hatches of all g r cults t mm Way dowN Of all the indimtffitfnts a merchant San- atTsf shfowd and cautious buyers, the one of pries is paramount, And tho surdst way to main tain the confidence a house lias once obtained is to al ways do by the people just as you say you will. There fore, 'way-down figures must be 'way down to draw any water. And wethink the following figures have a deal oi draught: tVe have some H-rHeee rarlor Suits, framed of Imitation mahogany and upholstered In tapestry and silk plash. Their vnlne Is 9tt. Oar price Is ISC.tsO. Here Is what we are do ing in Refrigerators: We'll sell a No. SO, Cooper & McKee, Oak Hefrlgcrator, for B0 pounds of Ice, with double shelves, at J18.S0. The pried was (ftMO, We'll sell a Hall's popular Refrigerator, with tank for 20 pounds of ice, for $11. The prleewas$14. A 115 one of the same make for $1(1. And a $12 ono for f 9. We'll sell a Hall's Ilefrigcrator.wlthrorce-laln-llnrd Tank for 10 pounds of loo, In either Oak or walnut, for $9. The price was $11. We'll sell n Hall's Itefrlgerator, with tank for to pounds of Ice, for S12. Tbo price was SIO. We'll soil an elegant Walnut Sideboard He frlgcrator, with beveled mirror, for t0 tltat was IW. We'll sell a No. S Cooper A SfoKeo "Do. mostle" Refrigerator for SO that was S 12. ncre are the "way-down" prices on Mat tings and Hugs: llest Seamless Matting, choice of 21 pat terns, 30o. Extra heavy Soamlers Matting,! patterns, Me. Best quality 4-yard Joint Matting, We. llest 2-yard Joint Matting-, 18c. Wo'tq &00 Lett quality timyrna Hue', tlie 4 feet by 7 feet, H.ss. Were 810. ' We're about 4CO Smyrna Hugs, feet by 3 fect.ie.ea. WereSUO. These figures are really seals of confidence. JULIUS LANSBURGH, Tli I rl ecu III anil 1' hlrcclt. OPFICB OF WOODWAHD & LOTHHOr. Corner lltb and Fsts. n. w. UailT-WEIOIIT SHAWLS FOR SEASIDE AND MOUNTAJJJ WEAR. Mere of tlioie Pine Cream Chudda Shawls, la all the different grade , II JO, J. 92.59. tto.H asdtleaeb. Ulask BmbroMered Hbu, J4J0 to Hi eieb. Pine Silk and Wool Sbettand Sbawls, la eresHi, very nobby, Jlasd leajh. Plal a Canton Crepe Saarfs, eitra lsg sad wide, St each. Imported Faaay bbawla, la a variety of at traatlve pattstiMi bb4 eoierlgg, Jt.W to I W easb. Tvavaiitiir Sbawb at Caoets' Hak aad SetKaa Waal. St ta Sit aaa. Has Om Was Eaeab Sak SsmhU. ksatsed triage, St eaah, Prlaolai's Sttk-wsra Ueswtasta S4Mwts.tr ta tste eaab. Ka Ifrisa Cbasbk awa , ta sat aaa. Uataf a-HMjiiia T,na aaaaw tk Mttu. aP aWHK BlaVfaWr pMVa Mals "BPPaWr aBrjBB rBHW WaP"" iHas ta taaa. sjaaw aasi biaafc. ta sa Mo Waa U -Hasia 4fleaV ttsiata fik' nmw h mm, LWlWrllUilBa FSIi.K.W. amtesikxts.; a LBAtreB- quasi) orgBA novic. SvenlfttTat 8I SMtAl. MATTrTX SATtlltBAT AT . LfiMOHT OPERA COMPANY la Bflbert and Salllvaa's Oporn. H, M, S PINAFORE, 3ret Week, LAYOUT OfSA COMfAST In rATlECE. It; tf T tJTCOtiN MtT9tC HAM TVWUAV KTBmsW,JtJLT IV ifo. Engagement of ffashrmrtwn's Favorite Aoto , MR. GEORGE BUCKLER, in Bnlwefs Great Tlav. RICHELIEU; Or, THK COJffriRACY, SUfporteil by MISS Bt&tNORK HKWTOX Ami his own efBctent sompany, nnder tho nmaagemeet of Mr. FRAMK A n arrisom. AdjnVsloa. reelmllsr reserved seat, ', Mo.TSejlrM.tI. Saleoj seats open S ATI' R IAT, JOl.V li, at 9 o'efark, at Iiroop's. Ks ebatite yar admission thskets forronpons. lrM.1a.Sis mns KEOL1KN. Is the Orat ot All Mnsteal Instraments Beeatise It performs any mbsle ,Tom a waltz or a ballad to an overtdre or a symphony more beautifully ami mora nearly per fret than any other single Instrument. The Aeolian is not mechanical, but the manipulation of It Is so stmpio that a person con letrn to play It with from one to three weeks' practice, tout vlslt'to see thts In etrument will bo esteemed a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, M8 PA. AVK., Sole Agent for Stolnway and Other Plrst- Class Pianos nml Organs. l-.XOUltSlONS. ("IIIKAPAND nnnnHTFUI, EXCUItSlONS J TO TUB SKA. VIRGINIA PEACH and OCEAN SHORE PARK, On tho Atlantic Cosst. IINKST SURF HATHISO, P.ATII HOtSES EtEOANT MKAL8, LARGE, AIRY ROOMS, COOl. AND SHADY PAVILION". Stcsmcr OEOnoE LEAHY, Mondavs, Weilnetdays, and Friday, atlp.ro. from Seventh street wharfi and steamer F.Xi EI HIOR on Saturdays at S p m. (rcturnlrg Mun day morning). Nol-llofNnTRIPTOVIItOINIAIlECU or OCEAN SHORE PARK, Including dinnc nt Park Hotel, $4. No. v-Round trip In 'uJ Irg one ! board, one night' lodging, and ono extra meal. $8. No s-ltiund nip, Includlrgone vreck's board and r in. J10, Returning, the leary leve Ntllk r i Tuestlays, TlmrsiUss and Saturl.iy at 4 ) p. m. The No. 2 ticket Is designed prin-I: & 'y f tboie gulng Friday on the Leary ni) coieini: beck tnmlay on the Excel-lcr t fu 'Ii Information cH tiiinier' whii i tele lame. WILLIAM P. WKU'll Supt Call.TJO. Jj'y .m BAY RIDGE, ON THE CHESAPEAKE. OPEN JUNE W. m Academy Band. FINEST MEALS. P1NBST ATTILtCTIONS. EVERYTIIINO THE BEST. Trains leave B, O. Dopot, week days, 9.15 a. m 1.30 and 4.30 p, m. Sendays, 9.3a, m , 10 and 3.13 p. m Leave Bay Ridge, week days, 6 30 and 6 30 P. ra. Sandays, 8 and 9 p, ra. Round Trip Tickels - - $1.00 J. T. ODELL, Gee oral Minuter. CHAB. O. SCCLL, Gen'l PaHunger Agcc. lB,tf The Mount Verno AND MARSHALL HALL STEAMBO' COMPANY. On and after JUNE 1. 1800. the new ire? ' I steel steamer, CHARLES MACALESTER, will leave bar wbarf.foot of 8EVENTH for MOUNT VERNON and MARSHAL. HALL aa follows: For MOUNT VEnNON-Every day .eicejt Suadaylat 10 a. in and $JQ p. m .retarnii.it at z awl 5:4i p. m. aMngni can remain at MOUNT VERNON hbiII seeend boat icsTes .r delred. Pure, round trip, f 1, inclnd.ng ad mhwlon to the Manstoa and Grounds, tie ant cafe ou the boat. Meals and lun ties witd promptly Mount Vertua Oaiao ltoolm ean be procured us the boat For MARSHALL HALL Same as MOUNT VERNON tcbednle for week days. Oubl'NDAYH at II a. m-.i.M and I) p.m., rUrslnp at 2.S.30 and 9 p. w. Oa FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS. BpectiJ Moonlight Kxcaraiors dowa tbo river to INDIAN HEAD, touching at MAHdtlALL HALL going and itiuimc leaving- Waeti.oi: tea at JO p. a , reaching city on ret jrn at wu. HI. Meala and luncha at all times at MAR- SD.1 u.siu. uall, niauruu(. - Fare to MAHfeUALL UALX, aad return -.H ctnUooaar trip; chlldroa, bet weea vai-d , J iwni, pewi. TbejwcaUr aad raUabla stsamer W W, CORCORAN villi mak ber river landing' as far tows a GLYMONT. Usdlng hi JH'i SHALL HALLsohaK aad rUuraleg. lear , bar wbuf daily uuuwpt SatuUy) at 10 a, ra , rssaisuag at 4 p. at. houadtrip, jSttou. laaSay trips of ttw W W. COK OHASt MARSHALL MALL wtU b ilUji. tl waakly. Sua advartUasneats. aatt COaroitAN fur ittwrMOCNT VEHN. N orMASSHAU. HALL apply u L L BLAKB OsplaJn. aa sla iinar. .'-t bUMMint KKSOKTS. HOTBL LAFAYBTTS. CAfB tY. M '. , eacosaaaiaafa iflaguaata. upvai, ' i fear. Osaasbua and aa water t re a li Aaa ta guasts- The aaaet iummr i wsasar rastwt aa the coast, iww vil. i. 'w SMS U taa sarf. JAieifc i trt'JtPFN'iCK, FaoarieHuss. juJi.:m BludNf if Linp aid Law Firms rUMVJWJ, CAMJtW4JON. ATTOitKsrY-AT-LAW. M 9 stsaataorUwe-t Wasataatun.iJ C. WaataswUw ftaaatag. tSMM saaaaa aaetawet. w JfWaatg, ArisaaTatWra a) MJSKl uEH. 4a ina asnstA "7tWCaWBY TTsHfl W ASFfOHaUnr-aV-tAW. ia aa iWHsa as saa saairtt a&a c i raiiofy. a- ws g F- raws- f Q- ZACtUtv. FtMUWa, tugagr aUUttBT. latvn J"" fertSbaiaa, y .t J ALTatgm MaTWinaT. ' AW! AT-LAW, faJwl F-i s street