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THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 11,1890.
? K The Daily Critic AND TAPlTAt, mm 1 i , fkt tfofy PmoeniHc Da&i Pajm Pnb kAtf at W(tMngUn. BtMY JHTNO AStiKWmja ORino eowrMStt. OFFU'i: S4 6 fttRSftT rfhWfT wMnMUl IITY, . C i - . TlwM OF WMtRtPNOn Erwumjttii, irew f j; " i . s wiWRWI n ttos eltl . 1 tttotttfl .. 4ft Ml 9 MrSSJfei B.C. tiMMMI. t). C. Jtl.t ii. ism. - -r- " n i - - i i - r in Att to titr tmn&XK " WfAdM Mtsjsjwwl Xew Tork TH tm' mmimiou Thk Cumr bnrsto 1 Ml Ink and Imlulsje itoetf In a f nmml ctrntsnrefetrce ami W rHtwWs for the mwnewt t foagiM of IIm tariff orof Tom mm, f Mr. f.orlge's Hut Mil r Jlr. Lodge Utile self. al. m Mm imhIt awtl nMriottc i Of Use rrftmiu'i irenistsewt of HW WHsflHSjt BBS qlWttfOM h tT W lit- tfe WWsJses lii ow smt big A inert- - until. HRirMhI to hear aa utterance weh M ttMU. EejWlnllT At the present time, wfcwi the legislative poller of the ilom. Jsnwt party seems to be tewllns; to a, wMr estrangement of the sections awl t eapenlg of antagonisms that hail tagttn to heal especially now Is such n Utterance wholesome ml lienertcent. tVc thank the Trfbnne for lift vine nwhle It. We thank the moat prominent awl perhaps the roost powerful champion of a party policy that we dislike and Jeer, for bavin reminded its that be neath the hard, forbidding partisan crttst, there throbs the same bbr, court- iry-wvig neart mat heals in every freeman's breast. Uke the Tritmnt, we do not believe that Knclamt has qtiite taken leave of her enc!, and therefore we do not appro IicbiI any serious consequences of the boastful bluster that country is tnilutg log In jnst now. lhit it U as well. nevertholeM, that public sentiment in this country should assert itself. It Is well for our dignity, for our national wsnbood, and for the health and vigor of the Union. We beg, again, to salute the TVAwne, and to offer it renewed Murs of our affectionate conMdMM m. spkakkh itmavs EllliOH ' 'I he authorship of the JWM Amr( run Uttktt article, entllli1 "Speaker Itet'o Error," ami signed "X. 31. C," is the subject of a great deal of con troversy for the moment. Not e en the Identity of the "Arthur IUchmooif of ftBr y am ago, led to wider or more eccr eommeHt than has been caiseeil by "X. 31. C." One of the earlfeftt and at the wme tlmemoet general ami cOBrklent con JCtHie selected Mr. lllalne. lie U an Mcmember of Coagreae; he it a Min gent and venatlle writer; heumloubt Htly Boeemun the same extraordinary familiarity with CongreMloual prece dent and procelure a lias been dl pUywl by "X. 3L C.,M and, finally, he Is believed to disapprove .Mr. Iteed'g couise m Speaker of the House If, lu deed, he dees not object to 3Ir. Iteed himself. DlecIpJee nl this hypoth ti, which must be allowed te present many features of probability, profaw to dUeeru In the article veriom Internal coBflrniatlono of their theory. The solid foumlat Um or tIMike gtnl contetapt. so plainly vUlMe tltrougk the this but elegant super Mrwcture of courtesy, appears to them t iwlfcele Jlr. )Mb beyoad doubt. They loudly declare that there is bo oae eke who, potteaeiflg the information awl the literary ability, has also the boetile anionic necessary to the author 4f the article. A small, though vigorotu minority lakes a different view. XotaUy, the 2sew York Sun of to day print a lead ing editorial of characteristic grace attd force, In whkh, after diecttselng the wore tallest abstract features of the aaiele. it says: "Jlut 3Ir. ISIaioe did not write the ankle. Thoe who think they detect hie Hsethods of argument aeii literary petulUritle ia the eaaay of 'X. 31. C are eurioiHly aOstakosu 1 hej- pay a very poor cowpliawat to Mr. Mtalsue' power of self MsUieis aa4 pa iftieai HMtaaiwUy when tkey attrib ute tie paper to hiw. They also. dU lly siegular lack of literary perp ttM when tisey discover ia its pesioda the eHeriMubkiag traits of Mr. Blaise tylr. 'lite siyle U aot hie; ike wit U ml Wi; the ckaracterittic tturaw H espMeaiM aad aabitt o panse ois y in ih Ut Tke sa aWtJttl tesaUtarity wttk the hrniims of Owgf m d Use history of tk ntlee HigM be Ut, but U iaa't kit, 3b. HtjtealsMt X- M. C.,' sad w tte met Ustek tiuH My coasaotesu judge of styte Mad tk isitkte cansfuJiy aad , a imaeoieed asittoa as to lu will sad ay good hmhub WT tjtTtiMtiajt It te alas. Tae fact lesaatoi. aorver. that klr. Ked aae baea aaadJtsd wttk a powee, e freedaao, a aueaey aad wit dtat aw had Ukfl eflect of ptitltag hte lieijsr a 'fwfirlffwiag iUwi Ma bat aeaedjr as Mar ae aa KaBAgi haaea y M a" Tiadertooe; to trisa aisa dowa. IKsi-wWk Oae paatwMwaif te wfctes we itfe iMekad Use eHert of wtwjtisjg ike puhite carioetsy te euckaaetet ili pffraft. tie iia)Jawa wafatera- ua - f tke ia-4 gasee M tlM klesMity I X M C." i'tit 1! hi httii b iui ai m."' 9tam iiiy. we -"-- d aaf l cij i .a i.c aoi at to . it Mit Uvimxunm- ::.-. K(utiiM!a iikiu ur jjjd i..iini.lit takJfl Hum uUr AbuUl Liros u...c tmw Aaaaata. aiae. wae -.; l. i u xur' caafa. waeee wrHeBm Auwted m faiaae Vj dotes Mf- .itrtoi. at tin nl tone uf tss i .vju-. uJ u it elwf Leea abons ae mm tu Srutfier itiatae as Watee w sar ,.ii. .v i-c i- ta Uua Tbmbiu Sra.att xi mw ya UkuJ' Witattt- -m- e aAMr;s (eeahtfiMia aJ' me f"T SB !i)Tft gat on uf tdo nlifcpil i' i-MinlarU! in th Pentn Ofll "Tbe trMtmmt thtt neotatkm Iras re rritrd ta f'-nllsr TV hew ftfprescntatrr Crpr offerrtl it In the Heme, he ktA te hsve ft Tthrrt-A to the ComrMttrf on f-t-nltrt PerittoB Wwh a reference, or a referenr to a trtat cosmrttttee, M Breti pMfectly Mttsfartery twtteed of aofn thra, PpeaTier Rew retermi the remlMto to the rommmeu on Kiilea, of srhfoh ae rsfhafrtsiin. t.e4tnjt tfetneerats fa the Hotree say thr ts bo prvcedteitt for tich a rttertow, tnA that ft ft aa ettraor olnary tlitMt for tfw Speaker to have now so. ".Wr. Cooper fs now railed twtare Ih roeMnflrw to make goon his etmrfrea. SpMliftif of tte matter to-1y he !: " '1 Jo not think I stonld tm expwten to prate the eaee asraraet Cowmtestooer Rsnrn rfote trt Committee on Rol. Whp 1 tetrettwtn the resotottoB 1 dtd P lwcimse of the pretalHeg rtttaors (onertr.tng Ocn rral Ream $m& hts maaageineat of the IVn stoB BTean. It a hjeo of news ftt Botoriety. t hare fnvestlaatcil the nuhject and I believe the charge cun t.c otwtairtfatal. lntlBefnvMtgtfori hmiM he hM hrfore s contmfttee rmfiowerwl so rail for pertoM art porters neeeesarj to bring rmt the fart. The CommfMe? on Rales Is a secret rommtttee and Its sewlom re secret. " ! cannot summon either General ltsnm or Mr. Oeorge C. lmon before It ami qnee Moa them meter oath. Jlany of ray patty colhMirnes have advised me to decline to dteotM thesohjeet before the commttree. I, myself, rega rd It merely as a wbeme to forre my hand. that It may be scer talned Jost what damaging evidence I have In my possession. 1 do net preteed to he able to con vlct Commissioner Kanm before this rommtttee without the aM of any of the processes ordinarily need in such In ipilrlep. Bnt If the matter Is referred to a proper committee, with authority to sum mon witnesses ami call for papers, I tblnfc I can demonstrate that tiring are not as they shotiM be In the reneten Bureau The sphere of Mr. Heed's usefulness ap pears to he growing every day. Thb Mxr-H! Amlnnefir Is running a little snap of Its own, loo. That enter prising paper proposes to present to the most popular miwte tesolier a -magnlaceat calrfnvt graml upright irfano." Of course the tMimt game Is played. The votes are to be sent in to the ..IpiIoneAe, and, In order to vote, one must tmy a copy of the Amlnmht ami out out of It the voting Wank. The paper of Hie 9th gare a list of the votes alrrody received, showing about Ht.OOO. The competition closes on the 1st of Augnst ami, by that time, It Is not un reaotialil to euppose that the vote will ag grcgate 100,0o0 which, as the Aralnnche sells at ft cents, will net the paper at least ,800. A Wg price for pianos, even of the ttest hmmn makers, sold under tliese clreum stances would lie 9W, but we'll make It $W0, leaving the Amlnnehi- a clear trAt of f,lS0on the transaction. As we have already remarked befo-r. there Isn't a lottery scheme on earth that compares to this as a dead cinch" for the owner. Inthb Himmi.suhax (AJh.) .lee JfmUH we find tl.U item of ever-deepenlug Inter t: "Sowetlmea our spelal contributors give birth to such excellent lileas that we are wind to give them editorial lalorse ment. Such a ooe Is Or. Peck's suggestion made in yesterday's Ag4 JleniUI, Urnt the moootonj of sortal life be broken by )artles at which the old people shall tell the young people how to make love. This plan would mooib many a rough path to the altar." Hut we should like to ask our esteemed contemporary If it Is really thought In Birmingham that the older people can ylve the younger "points" In courtship' Any Mteh proposition lu this ktltude would lie received with howU of derMre ribaldry. Dili not TMBFblpperbut somewhat Vealy Senator Wolcott of Colorado get a trine be yond bis depth wbeo he undertook, at that iNaner of the Vale alumni, to brtn himself Into intellectual comparieoa with Mr. Bayard Ami did he not transgress the limits of fact, as welt as of propriety, whsn he insinuated that 3Ir. bayard's eouvletfons oa the stiver ipteellott were the product of Wall street "Infloeaces We think he did. Mr. WoJeott made raaav friends by his bright and khowy, if not too powerful or poilefaed speech In the Senate, but he will carry very few, even of the met begoted partisans In his owu party, with Mm lu auy attempt to dleparage the Integrity or little the motives of Thomas F. ItajarU. TMK am.ouckx:st i( made that the -North Atkatic squadron will leave Port land, Me., to-morrow, for usual annual cruise to Bar Harbor, Newport and other fubloeable summer resorts. Kvervbodv will he glad to hear that the oftteers of the squadron are about to have a good time and will wish them km oe moat cor dially. Meauwbile, however, a British ouadruu U about te leave Vtetorie, B. C, on a seatewbat unuewal suasmer erutse in our Paetfe waMag wateM. HOTEL ARRIVALS. H. Otntr, Mmmsji Broane aad EIIJ Ua. inu. im.i Mm a. a A. lroStt, Album. .Vewiud K. J. UsdweM, Caicaao, Jamas Uatjeas, E. W. Bswb. mtetnwK Jfterteti Keayws, New ToeaTE. t. SoSs, WettavUle, Ohto; US. Hesity aad cTc! Henry, WelWvUU, UaJo. lmjrudH. a. Aafcoti, Meeteik; 1 ward PreeturUM, at. Loubi tttaiiss E. Orthlveta, St. Luuis. at. JmM-T. it. Kvaas, r1shad)iaiii; Caarlea ii. Leader, at. Louia: ' -v - JalSiaoavllieTHr! H- Gal.l!eXs Joaa 0. White, cakaeo; mSmlvS, Wttrmltit--A. Si SasMsbstf, Mew York; Charles A. Teaey, rtttoaass, iflUrt.-! C. TowasMd, Mesr York; Jed Caaadtsr, at. Ueda. Mmhutu4ua. Lssyetae, 3w Voa. K.iw-W. . Kraaiha, Mew yars; H. SoCer, Jarls. wl&a?!fcUlfSW' a,,: c JWli. X H.; wawrif's-Ucasfe 8. HI) man sad ite, PJto KoOa, Mi.. OmvL. fitiLm, Kew Osteasa, WUUa A tlsaatTlev Yosw; H. at thaeaherieia, MesTfars. --Taassat Foote aad aftolsja; TkR ' eplp 4seg 'JeaaWaskpa 4geePF ita7S. V i Caspar aaeack. VlTT; Heat Hglan acaeack. Ulaa Janet irheailr and K. eap''e ""eaee ww sew w ejaavHsaw em.BBWlaweeB eaaaesn s C. arksefk, aanaete. kbe. T. X. fiesjat aad Jadkt. Hear Turk. VlJUeSt 1M os ehd wm, Osage. liawissMpl M. W afcaasea. t. . A ." Uwittsnt t. W. Cor- uias, I', a A. lMMgknmA U. 'Uw. J take Ctt; W. W. 'Waheataa, Si Yk; Ssiiti t Evaae, Utudoe- wtsJMSmh si va ayasssaadft fkas; sBadkassalJ flBaaaasV uadftft i eUUmt wTaak' -Sv let m. Jawiaaaatsj ami -IlTooe Inujfb Betretary Me. Mmhb Mi AMHt) f-'otifisUr VWawV WMP Wat 4eaWnsMl ft IKgsssttHr jMbW rw VaadJtawC taaWV KXeMUMif CaWB IssassawT t4gtf a SSiaefds twaJ EX SECRETARY BAYARDS SPEECH At the rat Atoeawi pnest ReptrM to ht evwatov Vfnleett. " Vm Amut Tnvi" in In fUti'' -Vew Tm-lttttar. Nothing has been published abmU h rather ptcy debate which tot place betirer-Ti pt SecrCWry Bayard and )en tor Wolcott at the recent dinner of tire Yahs alumni at New Itatw. Mr. Bayard V not a gtartrmte of Tr, hm h l an J,L. I), hy the coury of tire college, and, as Ms sob wm grtrrtrmfcd thla year, he tm m Bonorsd gwet at the dfinref, PrwMWH Hwleht called mrnn him to speak, ami he frspowrlerl with a sharp attack opon tb Wlvcr bill ami a severe rebuke of the Tmocritlc SeBatoni who voted for It, remarking Incidentally that the western Republican Senators who voted ft It either owned silver mines them stJvM or were the attorneys of men who dW. Apparently Jlr. Hayankdhl not know tknt Senator Wolcott was present, fresh from lils remarkable maiden speech in the Senate In behalf of silver ami In eltlcim of Prethlmt Harrison. The rest of the company knew It, how ever, and they smiled at Jlr. Bayard's ardor upon so personal a topic. President Dwlglit is a gentle man of great suavity, snd he saw that something must be done or there might be a clash. So ns soon as Mr. Bayard was through he made a nice lit tie speech, Interspersed with two or three pat witticisms, and asked Sena tor '.Volcott to give his views, treating tne wing as a gootl joke. With all hts suavltv lie dldn t succeed in pacifying Senator Wolcott, who got tip and replied at some length to Jlr. Bajnrd. He admitted that he was lntereted In the production of silver, but contended that it was cer tainly no worse to be that than it was to bo controlled by Wall street, as some eople were. As for the Democratic enators.saldSenatorWolcott.they voted for silver, because they were free for the first time to act for thomsolvos. 3Ir. Bayard was no longer In the Senate or In the Cabinet to coerce them, and they accordingly voted as tholr consciences directed, and for the Interests of the common people of tlio country, not those of the "goidbugs." fevoral alumni with whom I have talked describe thescena as exceedingly Interesting for n few minutes, nnd alto gether different from the staid decorum and stately reminiscent condition of alumni dinners. EYARTS ON FORCE ELECTIONS. Wliut the .Senator Snld About Force llllli In 1873. .wnr Frgrti' fljwer I rvwr VnbM, .Aia iarg It, IStt. You are assembled here as citizens of the United States to tench every politi cal party that there are limits to their competitions and tholr antagonisms which no political party shall safely surpass. Cheers. 1 We want men to vote, and when their chosen olllccrs meet, nnd when, without violence and without demonstrations of Insurrection, they undirtuke to conduct and effect political government, no soldiery can Interfere with them. There are two very firm lines of limi tations which, preserved, will protect the magnificent symmetry of our Gov ernment for a people of -lO.OOO.OOD as now and of lOO.OuO.OOO as hereafter, and that the sole Intervention of the Federal power within the province of State authority shall be to suppress violence, and that cveu this olllca It shall nut assume except when Invited by the supreme authority of the State, and that supreme nutkority of the State Is named in the Federal Constitution as the Legislature of the State. THE BIGGEST OF BARKS, The I'ulklaiKl, Iroin Calcutta, Arrive lit New York. J Ii .Yew York Ttam. The four-masted British bark Falk land, from Calcutta, which arrived at Quarantine Sunday, anchored in the bay on Monday, and with her four lofty masts presented an Imposing appearance as she lay at anchor. She suggested a full-rigged ship to which the after half of a ery large brigantlne had been at tached. The Falkland belongs to a line of large sailing vessels of which Peter Wilgbt & Sons of this city are part owBers and agents, and Captain Gard ner, the master of the vessel, is the commodore of the line. He says that bl vessel, which was built In Kneland a year ago. Is the largest of the four masted barks now afloat. She measures 3,790 tons and her dimentlons are Length, 347 feet, breadth of beam, 43 feet, and depth of hold 35 feet. Her cabin has been fitted up in a manner unusual with sailing vessels. Captain (jardntr carries his family with him. The cargo from Calcutta consisted of 5,337 tons of jute, silks, indigo, shellac, etc. The trip from Calcutta occupied 110 days, but unfavorable weather was met wfth. The vessel, after discharg ing her cargo, will load 130,000 eases of osi tor uaieutia anu me captain ex poets to make the leturn voyage ia 90 days. The bark has proved herself a fast sailer, her best record for twenty four hours baiag 337 suits. Sir. Wallace and Uli Traducer. Mtamtlu Xt4Uii BttaU. Mr. Walluc has gone te Europe to aUesni to business attain, as he would have bees obliged to sro it ke bad heea aotaiaatad himself. But he will be back by the 1st of September, aad wkea ka cosaes. back the Joy of the IUpubli csas will be ckaassd to bitter lasaaa taiioa. 3Ir. Waliaoe will taaek Quay's pitaajei that they suusa't take 11 bertha wttaais PERSONAL. fieorge R. Peck I IsMwd at saw asost Hkaly to npmml Jlr. fasts United atatas sasata. A aw teaor has hews fastad ia Ue laatay , at the village of Fiarhrn. in nnd KawhQF, rtoahflesinsr all tss aetsfietttaw as at gsaal aiagerTTariiidJBg tint high C. Ha -will be carefully educated by bis discoverer, as iatpresiario. Mite. Warmasjt Jttkeaco is the youatf Hixwiaaiaw who has juat bees gradu MdialaAie Pari. Skeis3yatuld, aad is deacriiMid as very good kmkss. Use was greduated at 17 is risjsjnri assi asUet letues at Buctureat, ag4 sjso took tint met pru there as a asasdet. A Btriio aatiuuary ha 'Har rrirail is a koltow case the W wttk wUA Bavillac asaeiaaUsd EissT BssrylV. el Franc. The daaoar StSS eSMSet ia Peris to ftosa ih Palace o Jwdfce It would mm that Hi. W . . Vassiw bllt does not coasAe hll lunsjliiiuls to railway stuck, not dot is lad tfesas y aajr naAaaa aa Beesaaaia aa cntaia sKaEd alSaSsZwWa wkfch '" ' ' ' ' S m PSJBjr"" Veane4BSBMSXSBBBB psfess WBBWPes ks is cossscted. It Til sVjtsai tst Hr. TatukxUlt u m jp cast of tin ama or w ujuy fsjsjMl rc assf tsat at.' lecaouy iscfavou a 0 Wm ptr cast uous sb casttaL United SiStee MlalMST tsBAwXlsMI laass us gbteruuesu asd the paeges t UKSxt. bji out t couauy. j kg tutkily repreaasta the Uuiltai itslga S SausBaAia aad saaadm. aa audi aa ia m "w'"w paee nmpwejBVt eav weep 9SBp 4ljps Gseace, he he is aaasara to Us 4wbm St tSA hot ls4Wn 4yyl ic) k, riifcf w'iw. A NATIONAL SHAME. fit tlU NOT CORMtW PAT TH8 FRIJI LlAttOrt CUlM8t Tti itrstotv irwetiMi n ..twNrni rleeism sf ttttrnnwl Ittjostlee' The cowntri- h tYSTi Ahre NS IkHy 1H dftt Ileum. Fntm titir'rTf In fa PKVaHpHfn VvXrA The House Ooirriiftlon CTafiws hiss again reported In faror of an srnwprl atfoti for the French FpoHetioti Clima. th Metory of these etatrrts preterits a shawiefwl record of rmtfowel In jnst Ice. They hd their origin lb the troubles with France prior lo 18TO. By the terms of the treah maxfe with Ihwa parte Ih that year the United States abnmlonetl the claims as agnlmn France for a valuable equivalent, ami assumed their payment, in spile, however, of the most protracted and persistent ef forls on the part of the claimants, not one cent has ever been obtained frm Congress. Bills for an appropriation, have been favorably reported by committees of the House and the Senate, representing all shades of political opinion, over ami over again; but somehow, no one of these bills ever went through. At length, In 1396, the question was re ferred to the Court of Claims. Testi mony was gathered at great expense from all parts of the world. There was a full argument, In which Ike Govern ment was represented by the Solicitor General and other oouneol, and, In 1887. a decision was render d by the court and certified to Congiess that the claims were just, and ought lo be paid. To the ordinary mind this rultne is conclusive, and leaves nothing for Con gress to do but (o make the ncetmary appropriation. The Congressional mind docs not, however, appear to view the matter in this light. Throueli one pretense or another the appropriation has been put off from sosslon to session, until the unfortunate claimants arc no doubt beginning to wish that they had never been bemitled bv tho dnludvn hope of fair treatment lo go Into court ami incur the heavy expenses of proving their rights. It Is time that this delay should end. The country was ncvor belter able to meet lis just debts thnn It Is today. There Is no room for doubt that thoso claims arc Just dobts. The sooner they shall lie paid the better. If tho French Spoliation Claims had been a debt duo lo citlrens of any other country they would have been paid long ago; but, unfortunately for those Interested, they they arc of our own household, and so thoy are being continually put aside. Why should not that stalwart limb of tho old Democracy, Hon. Klchanl mix, turn his attention to them and add to the many oblleatlons whlrh the public already owes him by assisting to secure Ihelong delayed payment of an old and honest debt? Instoad of dlssl paling theiurplus In the Interest of '.lio lobby, why not hand It over to public creditors who havo waited over eighty years for their money? l.rx'Q W.i-MMtin tit PkHitMifia Ulvr. Those who advocate justice lu Ihe matter ot the French Spoliation Claims are again indeavorlng to obtain an np proprlatlon, bt fore Congress adjourns, to pay the claims already adjudicated by the Court. It ts earnestly hoped that they will succeed, and that a long standing wrong will thus, at length, bo righted. These claims date back to tho early part of the century. In 188.1 Con gress referred them to tho Court of Claims for adjudication. Evidence was obtained at great expense to the Gov ernment and the claimants, from France, England, the West Indies ami other parts of tho world, and the niatier was argued at length before the Court. Three years ago the Court filed elab orate and unanimous opinions, report ing iavorawy to the claimants, and these were certified to Congress. The Committee on Claims, in both the Sen ate and House, are of opinion that jus tice demands that an appropriation should be promptly made. About $1,700,000 Is needed to pay such of the claims as the court has already ap pro veil. These claims are In nowise partisan or political matters, ami for that reason they have lately been pushed aside. As there can be no doubt, how ever, In regard to their justice. It is a scandal and reproach to the nation that their payment should bo further de layed. ' ' i I. - Tempurn Jlutuutur. ynm Uu Jutir ilagnate of a Western village (In JfeTS) And what we want, fellow eltl zew. Is more churches In our midst, more schools to assist In the progress of this fair, broad land. Same magnate (In village grown to a booming city, in 1S80 Hang If I could get a dollar a foot ipore For my property on Cornfed avenue If only that nubile school and that noky gang of Methodists could be bought out of the neighborhood. If I had my way, I'd are 'em all outside the city Hmlts. One Thing lie uu Able tu Keeall. fret Uujptw. Lawyer (after parsistaat teIulry You say you eaasot raeaillke waiter? WHaeee I can't sir. Lawyer Your rcallia; faculty isn't very food, eh? Wilae Poselbly not, sir. Lawyer -Ia these aaytMsg thut you cms lecallt Witness -I eaa recall asotbar oeen Joa os which I was 0,11 as Honed a great deal by a lawyer who knew vary yeai'i SI MB. mm Uu HtttUry Ttae "I lutye bes waktsg QwascgM all sur Hss, asd yet I kav sever had me of y etrs. 1 am gcdsg to aosaissts Ileaawater asd kaosv how it feels to asset a toveraor just for osc. .V. A QeMftM. "Taw Ttu4 bj TtwpBtHiwla for every eMPCsSePsafeM HeMpl sbbbW)M laaV XsW wtKHtattweie t$ kitM? $Mswg9r iihmr bmmsW tl js mtk lidtoin. it tosu & nmr Quay Jttttket tbk will pee m "mrim. " ' - - ie n-rni A aUMMBB IDYL tie tBrt4is, SB4 sr; i 'U linvv. b2Msb!sb4sbbbV. sdsaSBBilsWsl RALfJ faAaBsanVasBV "SSgse psJBPPBBSeSSSSB WmmWmSSm A3 laaMantsalssf Hi JhsBBsl JAB aaCgk JssdssssarauakM. NSS Aui Uta ma Saat 2 aasftsssa Vaaaiosja Wksw rj-acwdlijid saanWkfcW! MeaUlOef isfissnlBn. jsdksiaBty asnsSBBBaa SSBBBJ SSBSBSM ItestetStedSb BstsaTsMeaw' SsTmlLfadyL jrWAMeaj. TO ISSPFI 01JRCATTI. ABROAD. Vrterinarr ?Wrlt ft- tAnsnim at Mritfi.lt PStIS, The Pepunirrent t Wnto, at the sog gwsiof Sfretaryllssli, m effected an arrsngerr ent thwss,t 3(TitMt lAti coin, for the spptfutmeut of three veterinary inpcttort fot tfce nnrnose of inswettng ail Amerrcnti cattle landed in Great Britain. One wffl be stationed t Idverpoot, one at Iin(ni and one at Glasgow. They will sail for Europe at once. The cecretary says thut tire re strictions of the Brltreli Qovmment upon the importation of bef etHUe from this country upon the eronmllew plea of the continued existence of cx tagiotis tattle diseases in the United States were tinjuttiflable and 1ih1 lasted long enough. lie now proposes to prove to th satis faction of the British authorities that no d!ene exists In this country to war rant these restrictions. If maintained in spite of this evidence, some other cause must be asserted for them. He says further that as soon as legislation now pending was enacted he would In stitute a thorough system ot Inspection of cattle for export In this country, and all catlle exported would Ite so tagged that, should disease of any kind be dis covered among them by our Inspectors at British ports, there will be no dtffl. culty In tracing it to Us source ami de tei mining its true character. TROUBLE IMMINENT. War Sliliin UrricTtd to the West Coant of Central America, Infoimatlon has been received at the Navy Hepaitmcnt that trouble ts Immi nent between Salvador and Guatemala, arising out of the recent change In the government of the former country. It being thought advisable to have soma American war vessels near at hand, orders havo been Issued for the United States steamships Hanger and Thetis, now at San Francisco, to proceed at once to the west coast of Contrul Amer ica. Thoso vessels will not ba oxpeoted to Interfere In tho troubles between tho two countries, except In so far as may Lo necessary for the protection of Amer ican Interests and to afford a place of rofuec to American subjecls Incase It should bo required. ltcclinliltea nt Ilncntmn. Forty six delegates of tho Independent Order of llcclmbltes mot In'Hagorstown this week nnd elected tho following olllccrs for tho ensuing year: High chief ruler, F. K. Do Yoo of Waterloo, N. Y., high deputy rulor, W. II. Bar clay of Savannah, Ga.t high secretary, John It. Mnhoney of Washington, D. V.; high trossuror, O. A. Orogory of Elmlrn, N. Y., past high chief ruler. C. L. Ilecox of Illon, N. Y. High Chief Ruler Do Yoo declined to be drawn Into n newspaper war concerning thoso dis satisfied members who met and called themselves tho "Regular High Ti-ut." Fraternal visits and social festivities were Indulged in last evening by tho dlffiient lints, nnd speeches weremade by I lleh Deputy lluler Barclay, Past HIbIi Chief Ruler Steers, S. J. Cole of Savannah. Ga.; High Swretaiv John R. Mahonuy. High Chief Ruler He Yoe Grand Tint Representative A K. VaI rBlh of Fayettovlllc, N. Y . and It W. Johnson. Mount rirmnnt Wnnt lletter Uitr Service. The people of aiount Pleasant have becomo dissatisfied at tha passenger service of the Washington and George town Railroad Company, and say that lliere nre not uuough cars for tha grow Ine; needs of tho place, and tho waits aru entirely too long, being at intorvals of from ten minutes to half au hour. To teach Jlotint pleasant passeusiers are also required to change cars A lino of cars direct to Mount Pleasant Is atked for arid which will run at briefer Intervals. A meetlnc will bo held to night at the residence of Mr. W. B. Matthews to take notion in thn matter. Among those who are expected to at tend aro Messrs. H. L. Cranford, George A. Bartlett, A. A. Lipscomb, O, B. Thornton, Gilbert Towles, Dr. A. 11, Jameson, J. K. Campbell and other well-known residents of Mount Pleas ant. Til I'ueuuiatic Itallroail. The work on the Brlghtwood Pneu matic Railroad is progressing rapidly, and Soenth street from Florida avenue to Whitney avenue Is torn up by the workmen. The pneumatic road is an experimental one, as Washington Is the first city in which the pneumatic motor will be tried. The road is being built by the Judsou Pneumatic Street Rail way Company of New York, and artar Its completion will be operated by the Metropolitan Company. Tne work of construction greatly resembles that of a cable road, but the expense of building will be much loss. The work is under the personal supervision of Mr. Low, one of the contractors, assisted by a force ef expert engineers from Kiasas City. Neir.Trlnl Slotloue Overruled. Is the case of Joseph T. Oflfut fc Co. Vr. Law is C. Kengla, aetkm for cow wissfasM far the sale of property aad ia wbiekthelury rendered a verdict ia favor of plaintiffs for $5,000 with la tereet, aad ia the ease of John It. Watts, esdared, who recovered a vetdiet of $ lft damages agalast the Washington Market Company for alleged false arrest by Speeial Osfear William J Capaar, as employe of the oosapaay, ia August, 188, JadfB MoatsHHBerv, fa the Circuit Court to-day, overruled wotiaas for sew trials, and appeals were takes ia both cases. Seilene Ae4dt lo a Metllt. Be jssais Blether, who reasdet si the croser of Seveatit aad Powesay ssete BOtUsweat. was thrown ftow his biaysie attlMcoiaer of Fniirtwwslk sataai asd Florida, avaaue last asgfct aaaset UM o'elcck asd received very serious in juries. II ftdl wUUt crasaiax tha eUeet car track asd baoka sat ouHar tjMs aad It Is feared received insstrwi tokwies. Dr. Tkossfaas nit sided stss assjbwas aharward saattotka Gar Isdd IioejitsJ. MolMUis f enuise. 'ftm fettowtof buUdtas: perudu wm V iwjI to-dsy To AddtoBst A Tawiuakn. M fMtf-sasty brick dwetliaf, ldtl X sswasywtkweet, to cast mm, asd w coat $io.wsi: Isaac Kseea. tpaaw-etory asd sanasnMst bstck s, Si asd N V safest to coat lSrftO I avaarauur needs a oood uueii- akki saasoa to lurtfv saeid d sjftlusjfstssa- Hood's BsrestatWi HSewWNt eUMl MMelMMWaU ttfsU sbbbW t&tfjsi UUdsssat. It fiUIMel Z2- WJm' elil WOBH, diXssUsffifliSi ttcfc Smm ( oajr ae,st to it op' MttstUai spur seat' Ukhtly UiwiWtotadiJ Uast jffjM, madam : but I fs) OST at to as flbnd aadJiou caasart daaj u-fcootrt Vniuu't VkaJU Ceblftst &ms. flfaMaVPi' jgLf? "WK FRIETOS OF 2I0N. Th t'entw t Must rpww fUt tftatiws of life Settinn; Mewler The mattet f equity inroltlng migit tlon between the txwteca and members of the Friends of Zlon, a colored bwn flrlal organftation, and a number of secerJers, who have formed a sew organ Nation known as the Friends of km No. 1, canre np for a hearing rjafort Jrrstrce Ilagtwt In the Equity Court to dny. The original association was Incor porated In January, 1S8, with Messrs. Johnson, Jackson, Wallach, Retlmond ami Brooks as trustees Tlie prewnt president Is Origg Washington. The IttlfrntloTi is lietween tlte original trus tees ami the sereders for the possession of the propeuy of the Association, a large two story brick building ami hall on G street southwest, between Third and Four ami a half streets. It is claimed that the original Asso ciation has a membership of over 100, while the seceders only number 33. Drink the Itooert rortner Vienna OHnst Beer. It fs pnre and wholesome. Weak' and Weary la early mmer the warmer weather Is es pecially weakening and enervating: ami that tlretl feeling prevail everywhere. The ereat benefit whleh people at this (leeson derive from Hood's SnrseparlHa proves that this nnlrdne "makes the weak strong." It doe not art like a ttlranlant, ImpartlBR fistulous strength, bet Hood's Barsaparllla bnlhln up In a perfectly natiual way all the weakened parts ami pnrH!e the blood. Mom (Hit "Hood's Sflrsapnrllta restored me to Rood health. Indeed, t might say truthfully It saved my life. To one feeling tired and worn out I would earnestly recommend a trial of Hood's Sarsaparllln." Mm. Phebe A. Mvmif.k, (0 Jlrooks st., Knst Ponton, Mns. N. P. If youdecldo to takoHood'n Sana parllla do not bo Induced to buy any other. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all dnilt. SI; six for $. fre rwred only tiy C. I.. HOOU A. CO., LowelUtRM. 100 limn Olio IHillnr Where Can I fiet k $13.50 SILK COATANOVEST Ton SIO In Slue, Blown si Cieam Colon A $10 Pongee Silk Coat and Vest FOK $7,50, UK A Seersucker Coat and Vest rat $5.00? -AT- E.B.BARNl&CO.'S SPECIAL AHHOUNGEMEHTI 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. Tnis 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 for awhile. On all Thin Goods, Odd Pants and Wash Vests there will be a reduction of 20 per cent. Boys' and Children's Suits, There is still a good as sortment, A reduation of them fust. E, B, BARNUM & CO U 93 1 Pa, Ave. HrftJw MATCHES, ft w. mm & go. JUST Juu) 1 tulu Alt,. Call kUti& to their $Uxh 0 W ate Jus, comprising M mutl styles ej tastuf, Jrmt ikt lomsl put for wkUi a r j&Mfit iff tht wtasl i i"Jamii'K. 1 kiss waiclus betftf ottr Amerumt Wa Hi am WatcJus of ail grades t Way dowN Of all tii inducements a merchant can aitsf shrewd and cautious liuyers, tha one of price is paramount, And the surest way to main tain the confidence a house has 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 wer think the following figures have a deal of draught: We bare seme S-hIm-o Parlor KhIU. fnnml of Imitation maWnny and upholstered In tapestry and silk plli. Their value Is SW. Our price Is MCM. Here is what we are do ing in Refrigerators: Well sell a No. , Cooper MeKee, Oak Refrigerator, for SO pounds of tee, with double shelves, at 13. The priee was SR.S0. We'll soil a Hall's popn'ar ttefrieTator, with tank for pounds of lc, for H. The price was SH. m A SIS onoof tlte same make Tor St. And a 514 ono for 9. We'll toll a Hall's Refrigerator, wltliroree latnllr.cd Tank for 10 pounds of lee, In either onk or walnut, for S. Tho price was J1S. Wo'll sell a nail's Itefrljerator, with tank f or K pounds of Ice. for Jl. Tho price wns SIS. We'll sell an elegant Walnut Sideboard Ha frlRcrator, with bevolod mirror, for 0 tlmt Was $8. We'll sell a No. 3 Cooper A MoKeo "Do. mestle" Kef rlgerator for W tliat was 8 W. Hero aro tho "way-down" price on Mat tlnirs and Kiirs: Host Seamless Matting, cboleo of S4 pat terns, SOo. Bxtra heavy Soamlets MattliiR, IS patterns, fo. Best quality -I yard Joint MattlnK,Sc. licit 3-yard Joint Mattings, 18c. We've BOO best quality Smyrna ItHB", slse I fset by 7 feet, HUS. Were 510. We've about 4t0 Siayrna Rugs, 5 feet by 31 feet.Jt.CA. Were tl . These figures are really seals of confidence. JULIUS LANSBURGH, Thirteenth mill r MreeU. OFFICE OP WOODWARD A LOTHItOP, Comer 11th and Fats, d w. LiailT-WEiaitT SHAWLS FOIt SKASIDE AND MOUNTAIN WEAR. Mere of these Fine Cream CtmOda Shawls, la alt the different gradea, Jl.iC, J, fMO. SJ0. $1 and SI eaee. Blaek Embretilsred Ftelws, JS-iO to M eaeh. Fine Silk and Wool Shetland Sfaawfe, ta eteew, Try nenky, it Mi SI JO oajh- IHal b Cantesi Cree Eearfs, extra tone and wide, St eaea. Imparted Faney ilawU, fa a varitf of at traMlve paUessw and eeterlsgs, $1.50 to ESS eaak. Tsaveitog Sitawi ef Oamets' Hjk- and bMah Weel, IS to JH eaah, Yiuv Oreata Warii Swath sdk stawh, kwMed hiuti, it eaafe. Fto4leiw atsk-wa! HwWte swts.ir togeuoeaesi. Veal IwUa OMussU Stows.ta eMSB.nl t sassjteav TISsiaMrt mmm, Lsdsa SMMSanLMMSli Jummt MsSk utst. hi Mfasifca tto tit Wlk. ly &.jteiteAZaaIUs4nm JKSklanV 'AsnaaA Ej enpW"T(eS" Vlpf iSanwsn tel&mtf bWg&U&iJmVBfaBWGmmWm) ttiJlHl Vtlt iibK. oAmi So t i HmRlr JPBf 'W IK eW S naf in t unjflr, UiiWilUksl 1? Sfe.1. W. AMtTIRSinTS.' A l.BAtBH'9 OftAMD OT8RA noi E Xrenrnts at a n SrrtlAI. MAT7HKK 8ATI RDAY 1 ' LflMOKT OPFRA COMPANY Ha Bffltett ad n!!lTan' Opri. H. M. S. PINAFORE. Sett Week, kAJSXKfT OFUltA COMPACT In PXTIENPF. . IV, if T IJvtfJfcN MUMC ItAtL, TTJSI8DAT BV8NISO, JrtF is, i-w, Bnewewent ot Waehmfrton's Farortte Acio-, MR. GEORGE BUCKLER, In Bnlwer's Great riav. RICHELIEU; Or, THK CONriRfY, nrportcd by MI96 BL8AN0KB NKWTO Ami Ma own eflMent eompanr. nndsr the nmnafMwsat of Mr. PRANK A iMHnrsos AdjpHslw), Inolodlrg rern K. e and ft. Sate or wU c ntT- TfTt, . n .i.lu ., rerred !, 2o, opensATun- nroop ' ei- cimpER ymari ehnBe year attmlssHm tickets forconoons. T nB KEOLIHN. is the Grat of All Mnsloal Instruments Beoauo It performs any mnslo .rom a waits or A "ballad to an overture or a iymphony more beautifully ami more nearly perfeet than any other single Instrnraent. The Aeolian Is not mechanical, bnt tho manipulation of It Is so simple that a person oenlesm to play It with from oao to three weeks' practice r Tour visit to see this In strument will be esteemed a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, MS FA. AVE., Sole Agent for Btetnway and Other First- Class Pianos and Organs. KXOtmSIONS, I NDtAN HEAD TRIPS "A Midsummer Night's Dreim' Cf Quiet Enjoyment on the Uluorotoranc. THE NEW FALATrAI. 1HON AND STEEL STEAM Kit, CHABLES MACALESTER. Tho Finest and Fniteat and n-'TNcwSteamer . on thol'otomaoilVLr Water-Tight Iron Compartments, maklnc Ilia .. MAqALBSTKll Absolutely i-afc 160 Eleetrle Lights Kleotrlc sorch Light Illuminating the Hirer and Landing. Leaving 1-er wharf, foot of 7th st , AT BJ 1' M HlIAItP. FIUDAY AND SATtmDAY. Jt IA 11 ND U. The Ever 1'oiMitnrand Itelmbie Steamer W. W. COHCOHAN Will also leafe the rauo wharf F.itu.dar evening. July l,at 8.1s p m ihcrf lll Lo noernwtllrg rn eltlierliiat. Andon eeeh IrWay and satin day evening; InrlPg the season of iMiO. a' the -atne hoar. arriving In Washington on nti n at 10 o'clock p. HI. 40 MILKS TO INDIAN HEAD AND IIETCRN, landlogat MMtmiAtL HALL Polne and Iletnrnlng. Elegant Cafe on the Charles M alestcr . Meula and Lunches at .Mnrsi,ll i.hi Ks tanrant. i'ahe, hound Tmp, 2; Sunday trip to Marshall Hail at 11 n in, e, I) ami SsCO p. m. sharp. Heat of Order Ouaranteel Jyll- L. L.DLAKE. Captain. (IHEAP AND DKLIOI1TFOI. EXCURSIONS J TO THE SEA. VIRGINIA J1EACH and OCEAN 8IIOKS I'AltK, On the Atlantis Coast. FINBkYT fcURF 1IATHINO, BATH HOI -iES, ELEGANT 3IEALS, IAHI.E, AIRY ItOOMS, COOL AND BHADY PAVILION", Wesmsr GBOUUB, LEARY, Mondays. Wednesdays, and Fridays, at&p tn . from Sevrath street wharf; and steamer LXi EI. SlOIt on Saturdays at 6 p, m. (returning Mon day morning). No 1-IIOttND TRIP TO VIRGINIA REACH or OCEAN KHORB 1'AIIK, IndudinB dinner at Park Hotel. $-1. No, --Round trlp,lnclud iBg one da'a board, one night' fodglncr, and one eitm meal. ja. No. J-Itound trip, InelDdlns: one week's board and room, $10. Returning, the teary leaves Norfolk on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 4 p. m. The No. 8 tleket Is designed principally for those (KHBg Frldayn on the Leary and cumlnc bask Smndaya on the KieeWor. For farther Information eall atsiaamer'swbarfor telo- pnonp. william 1; welch bopt LUII.7CU. .InlrO-J Jnly7 5 BAY RIDGE., ON THE CHESAPEAKE, OPeiSC JUNE 1-. Naval Academy Band. FINS6T MEALS. FJJIBST ATTHAOTIONS. EVERYTHING THE BEST, Tratas leave B. & O. Denut, wttk days, J.15 . mM 1 JS aod 4.30 n. a. tasdaye, .i5a. so., 1 JO uul 3.14 n. w Lwva ISay BWge, week Jsji, IHul SM H.SB, isiniiaia, 8 aad 9 e. a. RmmI Trip Tmk - 11.00 J.T.OflBU, Ssseral MUMSer fSUS. O. SCULL, fiesiH PasfcSMer Aent. IMMf The Mount Vernon AM UHUUIUU. STHAilnOAT asnt alter SVK& I. um. tke new iruu uut CHAJUKh MACAUHsTMK. tewwsr SiinfL'Si'' svnth t , mOCVr TOSOX and IfARSHAt r. ILL a toltowa: if- MQUWr YBJOiOSi- Bvary day exospt Sf)SlSa.m mill K.p. in .leturuintf ana S-46 p sn Vntamaxen can euu nt VKmOm uuui aecuiul boat lee if nn. trio. si. iiuiludinjr .i la tka MaBalun wd brunadi Jdd- BAtejsie w Ike boat Meals aad lonufasa serve pruisitly Mount ersuc oulde look cms be nsaeureJ u the boat. J at 11 a. m . iBd .1 m. S4Sand9n. m. (JSt FBUATa aad SATL'sUUY. bveeUl ndDB down tee river ta totuklu Ml MAKSHAL1. sjljTf . oBt&g aeist sesersjasisi. lesvvusc WitAbinjg U t I55T. aa-. reatlUn city ua tet .a at luwiSMs as aa asm max- u HAiX 4Bd tetiue. a ran, uetwaas s ud in ran, ts a and reliable slfctUitr W W. fir amm efuosr, iu,dbi t. ma a fVlinlil ilf n.bu Kr t. 1 ..t. ,. snyje psu B4UsatM and returning. ',hj Wf4BjUX04UJ!iiiT; 4lU4,u., mmm m i v- m. mxtaa uis, a uui wssJl m vwav ua u bd iiUlOtLL.-i.tl fTsff oa efieassiSr tltt&OUt KBttOKVS. ftwflHi aftsl''yist1pfaSifr? VUlfilsMs' WS aa th oufest KoLiijft iJ tha inif ' if It' A mT jrctfslSLlXS laUU. HAU 4yJ J U. L L BLAX OBsCsaMsr iat,tx 9. u nvitfivra 3Ua