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TIIE DAILY CRITIC, HATT-IDAY EVENING, JULY 12,1890.
i !' ,! . . Ih The Daily Critic ANrcrrrT 0t 0lr I)morTttt Dailg Paper Ptb tnhetiat Wnshinfton. BXBftv rvma WA8ni3irrJt ohi no e)wt.t. OTFtCt- 4$ STRS? Nfcf KWiST, flMtMt Of JUMRIIflUAk By iMm nwUmw prepaid), i year..., .jsb " lMoMt m OwTrnWrartwetty. inwmt AWtWSW TUM CHITlQ MB H MfCMt i WAtufMrnm. ft. a. J.t ! ww. r - , OrMETT LlWBOtHS Tw jwtfHottc pvfttfofifcn vt)m neeA to IMn n the ftoiftioftl power ftwl tin ms afM dwrttrtes of the 9oftttrn State id the neyrnee ought to he encmtragett m reMrared by the exhlMOowe tf wMm, judgment, pntrtotfefh ami hr-bMtag spirit with which the neprro rHWfittletron of Wtwhlngton are" at this Htament favnrlnjc them. Here we hare lh spMtnele of the eoterwl people w ifcynl m a ctM atelnet the law, swt Im m s amtfmrt ami harmontons fwtc to prevent the c Trent ton of the law, am emploTlnR all their energy ami luiHADCe to penectrte Ie faithful offi cers of the law. The history of tlih roevement against OrHeer Dean l an effective preeentetlen of the nefro'a ac a a soelal lector. It I filll of rcvehulons of the turbulent nml ilartferrms cliaractetletlM of the race ami of stigaeetfnng m to the safe and proper policy to pursue. It rliOWs what the negro would do if he could, ami what he Is always reedy to try to do upon the ttnallwt opportunity. Already It U as ran oh as a policeman's lire is worth to venture alone Into one of the localities where the colored people (ihlrfly congregate. If Dean were to ho puuieiieri for his action In the caw of the negro Hutchinson, It would become Impossible to go tnccoptln formidable force. The opl OdIbows, also, that it is not only the Ignorant and nogleoted hoodlum, such ns Hutchlnton, who defies tins law by instinct, but that it Is the leaders of his race, the alleged lawyers And ptcadiers, who are rendy to defend and ) mpatble with 1dm. If Mr. Iteed unit lileco ailjulors in congress are so nloti to have the negro vote and ludn run the country, why do they not mttire the ballot to him here in Wash Irictitii, where they may enjoy some of the fruit of his sovereignty 1 IJtt' THE OAMK PUOCKED Opinion seetm to be olnnelnj as regards the Federal Elections bill. The butt-Informed oueervcreof public event now think that a serious and lmrmo iiioua tifort will be mode to pees it through the Senate. Although the Ite imbllean caucus did not reach a definite eeneliwion Thursday night m to the procedure and the methods by which the consummation wm to be reached, it developed a fairly strong feeling in favor of the measure. The appoint ment of four additional members of the Committee on Utiles is regarded as con clusive evidence of the Senate's intec tlen, and the general Imprwslon now U that a very fow days more will witness the inauguration of a practical effort to realize it. "Wedo not see why the Democrats sbeuhl eheritb any gloomy forebodings on this aceount from a purely selfish point ef lew. Of course, every Demo crat mint experience a patriotic regret at se rude as invasion of the authority of the States, and every thoughtful oltl xen, of whatever party, must be sheeked by the spectacle of tyrannical Interfer tnce with. If not brutal suppression of, the freeman's dearert right. But there is little danger that the practices of Sir. John I. Davenport will receive the approval of the country, and we all may take confident hope that these nraetlcea have only to be known and understood in order to receive the people's indignant repudiation. Dbeueeiag the bill, the New York AwtffWsays "Of the f mpoliey ef the bill, for any other purpose than creating surSeleBt dleturbesee and d(s ldtr at the Msuth to revive the South t in 4gtMstkHi ia tferthern po)ii. aad titvftt atteatie frow queMUae of Ad wWMreWe aatl taxstloa, tbete eaa be Hllte tkwht. By far the swalleet past efihe wtupraiiloa of theaetfeu v4 new'H U the palie. The bulk af It, la so far as it eitt at a&, tahee place lo beore the t&ttfiw, thiMgh the ialiuae of the rh en lite boot, of the creditor oa the debtor, etf the eaply- oa the kdbafar, s the la asilanl on the taaaat Xe pwr the law eaa cteate eaa teteelswe with t)k$ ftBeratfea of tha4t iaftwenfafl 'Oi Fesltwl enpefYisoc will he a store fchife )laS(k Opf CaaSaiHlttiflaM IIMbW tlsWUsl Wmnti Mm. What hb unrnnre ai tkt mmH will do will be to aweteeg SBBSBBBatsMsHaa SaaiaVaaatattsBBaVsal aUsaal Jslaaataafcaaam ya JBuse tmmi aUa1aBBBBB tft m fBaBBI a gB-SBB MMt ' m U tvepaJtaskMi for the Of CMaia ty i isv& a far as ge, but fas out ociaios t lw will laati to tn ajcr dieturhaAeae aal fJeeaBf iHaaWslt at thy Kotth taaa at taw Sohl UMawUg thai Use law la tasestitod to ipevohe theia, aad tiua theWtwfartoMi leaders ex pct to be able to pit to a great taibittaa ef vtoJUswe ed di urder In the goutbere Smim as tswtr McdkaiiuB the peo(iie liowa South ill mukt extraordiaajy estottf to it ttppuiot lieu and obatnust tiusir po fnuMmt Ii U ytk laeritabk thut uuie ittaturhjuti will occur whace tiki Inderal uataai. agpnlnt agawg us supervtaoM aJ wbre the imux v.uuijort ti-Liuselvea as aafeawi usually du whac AkA wilh a llttl UuJ U,htniJf. ai e do Bflt MV 4f ljfhs4 Uukt tsvere Will h af pshaWil vutbreak iLwetaf eiasttesw or to taw Bsgkbui keai il Mm p4tsV a that ate bvu&ttm Kinanmaai witt eaaMaii . f a saiure ot a aMbfeaw to conThaoe the Luaasry aha shay tat tefiiutMe iebewaad atoJsMiilMlsV Tltf stMBJal we iuith gaagiw 4gt iV iallBl t ue law wtUataapei feMNatV ' i ft'i p? fii-'t ir'ini nsHrturnini. It 1 iris nf Tir nMi'u tii n did anil thsf th rruntu will find nn eTl? ocos1oii tn rtbutte thr party that rotirclved n lfqnltnt a measwre. Howeter IhH wry bt 4 of MWTie l la m-re cllJipHliiro wWalWe htiman befne wlro tm watclred tfce fnettinrH and apprslmt the achieve tivtttfa of twe SihhhWH ffeofa in trta ing thetftfetvea from th wfekeri atnl oYaWillc bwrwiaee of twe fBcwSPstt'WCtlWff seta, will hatbor any fewr that they can r4cffl subjngatrd by purtfwti Jegts latron. Mm. rmi Stttw doesn't aftpewf an r reeefttnf any great amount of sytnpttty over the Joes of her flatmni. Site he tmt tiwna too often. The ?ew Twr "wt "Mm Atant Town," who eem to hs pretty well arqmtfMed wfth wrs ferewa, aya: "Mrs Faran Steven, whose tos of itfatnofnf hai aettln oronght her into noto rftv,tmte of the rety few American woi who are as welt known In London aocti ty M thfj are fn Se Tort, society, tier Ktt snerea Is alt the more reiMrkeMe tt anse It hat been arMevert wtthont any of th attrftaitts hy wMeh simewi la nsnatly otv tatned She had neither jtmth, beanty, jrreat family ermiiecttom, atlatocratle deretnt nor erieention. ller father wa named Hlrhardwm, a smalt traileamsn In t owetl, Maas., and she wa Taran Stevens' tecrmdnife. HelettherwtthtwoeMKlren, a Mwelt prepetty tn her avfa right ami a Mfe interest In Ids large eetate. Her son, Harry, died lome years ago, her daughter Is the wife of a whm of the KngHsh arlatocrary namrd Paget. She ts one of lite trustees of btr htntmnd's estate, and ever since his death she has been at war with her co trustees, one nf whom Is hrr own brother, awl another tlie hwhaml ef Paran Steveits' daUfifiter by htsflrst wife Jehn 11. Melelter ly name, a restdent of thts city, la fee tor Ilyrnesls deer1bed a sslllng at .Mrs. Stevens' tale of robbery. He knows her of old Her last great tale of that kind, a few years ago, set tlie police of two con tinents at work, and he had servants and crooks arrested fhr ami wide. All at onee the matter was bnsbed up. It Is sahl on good authority that the diamonds were found nliere she bad hidden 11) wh In a frrak, and bad forgotten what she had done iillli tlicin. 1 ears ago .Mrs. SteTens Used to be a diiutaut frequenter of tlie courts, telni: defendant or plaintiff tn several scu eatlortal lawsuits, but lately slie has twen quieter." TV9 doth tub esteemed New York Timts throw a seorub llelit upon a certain Unlet little event which possesses a great deal ot contemporaneous Interest: '-Tlie story toM by the correspondent of the J ttnmg ITmt In regard to the attempt to put a sum of M,800 'secret service' money at the sole discretion ot Mr. Maine would have mi great significance If the fact It re latrsslood by Itself. As one of a number of Incident tending to show friction be tween the Secretary of State ami the Presi dent, It has more. The otdy possible mo tive In tacking an amendment of this sort to an appropriation bill Is to save Mr. llluliie the annoTaiR'o of gettleg the I'reel dmt's approval to the expenditure or the sum. With that approtat, ami with no utter lunnallUas required, there I already eume$H,000 that can be disposal of. The particular sum tMtutloned In the amend ment Is too stmdl to conceal any serious impose on -Mr. Blalue's part, and the at tempt to get it Into the bill was, In all probability, only one of those little tricks to which the wily but not always wise See retary ! only too mueh addicted. It was promptly abandoned by Mr. nale, Mr. hiatus's friend In the Senate, as soon as at tention ai called to it by .Mr. Kdmumls, ami It Is only as an Indication of tin rela tions between Mr. Harrison, Mr. Blaine, ami, He may add, Mr Edmunds, that the Incident iioreesses Interest." The Vavamv Special ItaekeU are In a re w bett fur the imir.-luWA(' Well; we should say so. When it eoonss to "srtapa" ami "raekets," Wanaraaker has no rll. With a CaUaet olhee for a "SBp" and a Bible class for a "racket," Wanaraaker wWaw tlie game. HOTEL ARRIVALS. MttrotmUdmJuim II. llabr, Tex&rkana, Tax.; T. II. Terry, Nw York; A. J. Oal hiway, Kerth Carolina; S. Haas, Itlatuaond, Va,Brset Aekermaa, Phdnaeld, N. J. ihiMul It. LowenbauR, New York, Joalah Creech. Dr. C. D. Avery and C. W. Kboi, Troy, Mo., Charles Lelpahr, New Yoik. T C. I'urdy, Salem, Okto,.Iaae jicau, New York, RUUt-J. R. Lmett, New York; J. W. Hrowuaod V. E. Illeks, JlwunUU, Teas.; D. fc. Cole, Cleveland, O.; II. D. Bush, New York, . V. Bmlthsoa, I'hilaaslpUla. St. Jam Charles Terry, Bostoe; W. F. Crabtres, Mwkogee, I. T.; T. J. Patterson, CumberUnd, Md.; U T. Owens, Apollo Pa., IVb. V Jtsrtin, Pittsburg. Jmoeriali.. F. Allen, Harry Pierce and II K. HarrisoB, Buffalo. Wil art? S. Jacobs, New York; S. Jsebbs. Ir , (islreston, Taias; L. M. MaadW hauw, New York; VaJsay Jamas, Noehviile; WUliam II Soils. New York. HiH-ll. W. Botes, Bristol, Tenn., Cluul-v lit. ward, Site, Ore. Htras'ty'a-C. W. Arti, Nw Yotk. tkmhm B. da Payea aad wile, PniU dalhia. Jaatea l Jaehaae, New Ottaaas. AVtMeM-P. C. Chaaey, Totedo, Ohio, Cbarfc W. Oreaae, Xew yk. Jriotei-HUJa W. Alfct, Itoea eater, X. Y., C. S. UMart, Coaaaethwil; O. N. rsasae, laniten; H. H. Jlall, Chssatre, yagsawl. J)ne-Jeaa Caeito. Teeef, Swttzar. &m- : Maiaas, Xw Tea. PERSONAL, Mm, W. B. Vmm to is Hit Yotk caw with bar tfuutjiiar Mse. Yoaltag, aad has giad Eat haehh uaier the care of Or B f fikwa. Dr. Biaud ha go to Oaatt, Mm., for a tsuuBSr vacaUea. Qeaatal rhwilaagar U said to he writ bjg a drawa with lofeeitt &!, tiw young Irish hero, ae the eaatml aiuia. ft i to be broufbt otit at tLe Tiae TWaire ui Pari. Mia. Hukirkks ic a taw-bmricbu with dak eyas aiui hair that blaek. UM ii mens tnralnr gf . iihe t a btlUhMtt eoavataar aau a wcwaaof uauaiui aWaisy. 3Hag firaaa Uaa thueae. aavtag lte Itowsi of bar lease of -the Priaaaw' Th see to Mas. Hartiat Guuch, will. o ttot tarylaarlnin of the run of "Taendofa" to 1 4titttifiu.. taktf bar coaoBafiy oa jmht to th atish previa, aiW whtoh ajsfl watt May a briaf stairiair ertfaga aMstt la iBttt aad fl laMrilis. rafiira UKg to Lflstoua is Ot tuber of aa( year tu take nnfiutaalAa of har bsuv thnatftt wateh la bmg erectod f or bar oa aa elijdWst the &ot f ar retooved fsotw Pit. caoBiyObxua. frffiiruia Davb)' Ixaiy to Hut rawt v- 8. 4- E- w day aad two itt rinniiaVimto MIN- tswary w-iaefTiai Mash WMWI II gM IBM iptljllllipt PyiVVsHHR 4M-1B9 HBOUTTHEFLAG TtlE TAR EYED eOflDUSS- BOWS RRTIUENTtLLT TO 17. JUID RESETS TBI CUT OF DISLOYALTY ?tm TInm Wko Wwld Dtgrtdt the IktMr t Vulj Ihirpns, STARS AND STRIFES AND STARS ADD BARS Mr. IngaBs ami Ifi sT"Wky the Twt Sti"H)8 f Um 0M8try SlinN Oct TSf etket. Mart WWfsr' jaflfBlW rmrmmnrnmeT tkt AevnwIaV Vomttor-Jo'irntil It is Mt always tlmt I Und myself at i wllh itetiatST Ingalts. Oa some twints we are in ownelonnl agreement. The Senator Is no fool; and. If he could bring himself to trust mora to his real abilities ami lew to partisan clap trap, he would Mill to tlie reputation of India, pulnble brilliancy nml spirit which he has acquired, a solidity and weight, which are wanting to his character, as be bee (bus far shown it, to the Dublin. Ills order to display the national bunting from the dome of the Capitol on tlie Fourth of July was a righteous older. It is strange that no one of the Vice rresldmts, or pro tempore Presl dents 61 the Senate, ever thought of it Iwfore. Mr. Ingalls deserves full credit for his act, and the new Sergenntat Arms of the Senate, for the suggestion. AM. IlO.tOIl TO IlOTIt OP THBM ! Tltn nn-ttt Hint Mm .Itantn.. f tl.M national colors above the Capitol should be limited to the sessions or the Senate and House, was llio merest figment of Congressional vanity. The flag should never dlsnppoqr from Iho roof of that Holy of Hollos, which, at once a fort rcss and a temple, shelters those em bcdlmcnts of our civil liberty, the Leg Maturo nnd the Judicature, on which the hearts nnd hopes of the people are perpetually fixed. Among the many mistakes made by iho leaders of the South In their mis tukm attempt to establish a Southern Confederacy, there was none more sig nal than the abandonment of the Slara and SMrlpes to the Yankee. In n sectional separation wo had as much right to It as they. The gun that llnd upon Hint Hag rang out not alone the PKATIt IS KM, OF SLAVK11V, but Hie doom of the nrowdon move mint, for It united the Northern peo ple. It was easy to see that tn an undh turlinl. hand-to band contest between the Xorth and the South, the law of foite against force must inevlta'dy wear out tho wenker, as It did. The masses of the North rnlllcd to the ling. Tho masses of the South never milte warmtit to the Stars and Jbtrs; nor was tlicrst At lint' flmn iliirln !. mam ... deep seated hostile feeling against the Stars and Stripe among the Confederate soldiers. The "1IO.N.NIK hlvr mo" was a poor Jingle. The only spirit stirring song we had was "Dixie,'1 and wo got that from Christy's Minstrels, a Northern troupe: The truth Is, the Union had the music and the colors on us, as well as tho numbers, and the North, at least, ought to bo proud of us, that with such odds of muscle nnd sen timent aenlnst us, wo stood out so long. Happily, we have thellag back again, that ling, which never iloated over u nuuu ui tuwuiuiy auuun, wuoseuistory Is an unbroken story of patriotism nnd valor; and which, as it spreads Itself to the battle nnd tho brewe, to the sun shine and the storm, tells to heaven and earth, as plainly as words could tell, the origin and genius of our great re public. (10D BLEW THK FLAG I The South was never so fortunate as when she found herself onoe more en circled by its folds, drawn at Appo mattox by the hands of a far-seeing, magnanimous and brave man. The crime which I allege, and havo for twenty-five years alleged, against the Republican leaders, who will have nothing from the South in remission of its rebellion except an unreserved ae ceptance of Republican docma, is their determined effort lo distort every sug gestion, to blaokeu every utterance having A SOUTHBIUr ORIGIN, and to drive away from national fellow ship and participation in national affairs all who have been or who are unable to go the full length of the ex tremeet Radicalism. Admitting that, however unwise, this was not unnatural to the passions immediately following the war, there is surely nothing to jus tlfy it now, when all the leaders of secetsioa are in their graves and a new gescratloa of Southerners has eorae to the front. In the little mountain village, on the ouukiru of which I am writing, there are to day just sixteen male survivors out of a popuUthw of 1.500 who were grown wea in lafil. This talis its own story. After an abseaee of thirty years I Had myself alnoet a stranger la the bowse of wy boyhood. Hut the same motive are ascribed to this saw genera tion as are asnuued to have coatroltod its predecessor. Kay, wore, every etfortis mad by the polietos aad utter aaeee of the Republican leaders to forea it out of the foaadenre ia the Govern meat sad tiw -iyracrioK yon the vmou, which aw at oae aad the state Otaa lu duty aad its right. Ia 161 a great body of KastTaaaa m Whigs, tad by Pane Btowalaw, were bsOtatiag what to da They wk, i a larje loal lasiurity, but fouad themselves literally between the dawilaad the deep sea. The Coafed atacy eavatopad thaw, aad tt was their ItoMM. Tha Uatoa had baaa tfcair ehimVa. but k had no power to prut art tbam. Tlmy waae to just that atato of Mtted watw a UM Madly waate wsmld haw dacadad thaw to toka th Sosjtoara aide- Butt htnnnmiil to b ia Kaoxvtll A SHALL bMoir ur wto would not have It. Thaw everything ia their own haade. They did set aaojsosa to divide aayUdag with ilwar old aaawy, Bcowatow, sad has friaada, so they befaa a sytaamaaic coax of piscutioa aad proaurtoctoa, which awiowpHahwd faapuryoaa nay got everything as thy waatod U, with a veageanu; Just so will the leaders of the fiepuUicaa party They do sut iataad to divide aaytadag with the uih, of uoacaste aytaig to the buutb, Thy waul wrytbJa' fr thacu salves, ito tay rstet dm MhuHkIi so feja aad uaha Hat toasstofatotand tffM&WAatt Utt VaasMfatflaM aTJsWlNB aaaaPit fal dtti iO annaf tanaAl Bad " ' TaaHllMsaiB If JaflUlhaWn ma La iualif j. as 4e saybg ia, aad thtf fit' u it ii f th Bona, uadar thaaa sRsa ip bunc' i f ( ls tiiin rr In On ir i IriprttMon raid igrinan rnu"h ' startle n million of dfd herfM to life awrl protest' Tn a Porre bill whlrh abrtrTalreg home rule and obliterates State Irtws, and drives directly at a ww of rarest rHtrnyal to a cwjrte bully like Rewl, to a venal npntntt nice Quay, to a smtrt hywopTite like vTsWtmaHr tn a coH rt gtlm fanatic Mhe the PreaMent. lint It w ot the flag that I began to yne. ami to il flag let im return Tire rmlrtlroii to protect it against the rfcmtstrmi of ttf& mlmtWrlt Hferrr. atsrl all other forme of miHno, which has betn IntrotltMetl tfito both tantaw of Congrtaa, onght to pw. Among the fmm treasures of a people there h mthlhg m rnrrm es Ar m .cm a TrtmR FJ.AW. Trwly snng Tom Davis ';W men wor monnreh half so nmo 1 As he whose fleg becomes lilshrol." That wne a great meesnge which V)x ."IST1 from ,he Treastiry Derwrtment la 1161: "Ifeny man oilers to lmnl down tins American flag shoot blm on the spot." Let the same thing be done now to the man who dares to degrade or deface It. I wish I could think the hands or the Republican leaders are clean in this re gard. Rut it scorns to me that they have no just conception of the meaning of the flag. To thorn it Is simply Bun combe; mere sound and fury, signify Ing nothing. For twenty five years, like a company of play actors, they have VSBH IT AS A IlBor CUltTAIN, behind wboo concealment to arrange their thoatrlcel iffects. I sat on my horse and saw a regiment of Tetleml prisoners marched off the Hold, their coh.rs Hying, nml nil of them singing "Rally 'Round tho Flag, Roys," nnd I cried like a baby. If at that moment a friendly bullet had come along nnd knocked mc nvrr, I should not have minded much, but Imvo eonc t my ac count, feeling that I had fairly earned It. I havo more than n thousand times ascended that noble elevation, which is crowned by tho UIIANDRST ASP MOST rRUPECT I'If.n OF jiAnin.r; in tbe world, the Capitol of tho United Stairs, nnd seeing tho Stars nnd Stripes llonling bravely nbovo tho Senate nnd Iho House, have never failed io ex perience n Blowing sense of exultation nt the sight, nnd n thrill of pride in my country nnd my people. Nor has it eer crossed my thought or fancy to ilfaw the lino of fellowship along the Ohio or the Potomac, or to consult any gentlemen of the namo of Mason or Dixon for sources of inspiration. But I am lold by Mr. Henderson of Iowa, that, becnuso I cannot ngreo with him touching the present stale of tho coun try, and Iho legislation host suited to it, I am an UXmsrKXTANT iinni'.r having somu urch design, which lie, and his brother patriots, must put dawn by parliamentary rullnes the most dispone and Cungrcdnmit mats tires the most revolutionary. I appeal from Mr. Hunderwin to Mr. Henderson's constituents I mk them what It is that the white people of the South can do to hurt them. I nk them what they are to gain by handculrhig the whltu people or the South and turn ire them over to tho black nwinln ImI by a few 1'AllTMAX ADMUCTl'ltHM selected by Mr. Henderson. I mk tlicin whether any single community of the North would submit to having the Irresponsible element or Its socinl order armed and organized nnd sot above tt by an oct of Congress nullifying State hood and nbiogating all domestic con trol of elections. And. llnally, I oak thtin to consider tbeprobablo condition of affairs when tho state of chaos at tho South, which must follow this dos pcrato scheme of I'OMTICAI. AQOIUNDIZEMB.NT has placed its reckless authors in com plete and absolute control at Washing, ton, Tho reaction against revolution Is ever proportioned In Its force to the violence of the original cause. But have we not had revolutions ami reac tions enough to last us through at least another century? The people of the United States must get rid of their extrem Ists. They roust send their demacotruea and their hlenta to the rear. The autonomy of the States Is essential to tho intearlty of the Union. Tho people of the North must learn that the people of tbe South areas intelligent, as humane, as truswortby as iucmeiveB. rueyrausi cease to think it a part of their duty to keep the con science of the South. They must un derstand that THK BLACK IMtODLEll IS A TKKHISLK 1'IlOllLEil, the solution of which can only be effected by tbe people who have Im mediately to deal with it, and that these people, if left alone, will prove them selves intellectually ami morally equal to It. That they need any Federal supervision or assistance, is founded in the mistaken notion that they are a different people, with a different nature and code of ethics, from the people of the North. THEY ARE TBS BAJJK l'BOl'LE, with the same emotions aad asoirattoBS, Internets and ideas, and, if they eaaaot work their way out, bo wore can the North work It for them. AH attempt of the kind have increased tbe evil, ami always will. Our safeguard, North sad South, is home-rule aad domestic aad individual reepoaeiUHty. AboJWi that and ail is lost. Albaujjh'a (iranit Uptra-Unuu. The Lamoat Opeta Company will give the second of tha Gilbert sad SulH van revivals on Monday evening. "Patience" will be tha onaea aad this most successful of all CHlbtrtUa npjirnt wiH no doubt score tlm aaata aueoase thai TUaloe" has during tha aaat week. That following ts a full cast of the oueia- Begwahi Buathorae Loan Ue L awarbaM Wwsfaaar- . Ue4 Wi Oatenat Calwiny . . Ueuam Ben jsajor wtmgeajmjwi 4muc Cleat T hmiariani taefiialuaf t."-." Anas Paris' Mr. taarfcorne's SeUcUor C. E. Graham Chores ot afcete o Dragoon Guard. rkMlMyiomtlu... .. Emma Hanly a: a-a Fasianea.. (A natty MaUlf Hehm I- LhtttmUngtaoananiami. iUin 4l.te tbuum. In Um aooaal damage caw from tiw Circuit Court of Bom Head vs th Bkkmoad ami DaavtUti Kailruad toa pnsy the Court in General Term ueuoj n uiacr yesuruay aitcraoon to th ei- maw Uitaf tha pltuatat tbe court haai i of the jn4j- itci hum as couAsat lor im unuB uut ru,utramaat uf tbe t-ongeftica to the ruducUon went rendered badow to ti.Ouo. thM judgment be entered is favor of phdalnf mm atum vat iMmeai ana coals An Hncir Morning Via. At 3 o'clock this mondag a are wt dmcoveied is autm of lubbbih ia m mm of So. um ftavenmentb au5 amaiiieat. Trr "ihwiiihT oMtmunteaaal 1 M Mol tki bnaapoMafgf & MateWMHal PMMM.IT a f DEAD AT BIS DESX. A Clerk In tht Surgeon OenerAt's OWleo Strlelten tioxrn, I dwar.l V. Tsrwttl wb taken swA tlenly 111 while at wWk 8nteon Ghrfls mic iWMftKlitf atWrlwon and rtftd tn the i htft at lift de before medical asltnnre ewnW he enmmooed. He was lnoking oret the files for rune paper, when ImKW nKmt Hrni noticed that he seemwl in a fnlnt ami dsml con lltlon and assisted hfln to his chair He was immediately taken with ermvnWons ami dletl In a very ttfa moments Hoctors Hatch ami Chap man attribute lire death to epilepsy. Mr. Tbminrd served during the war in Ohro and Michigan regiments. He leavts a wWow ami seven children. . . - An Indian Diplomat, ' Bob" Ironsides, who, next to Rmhy Heml, is the most intelligent and active representative of the Cherokee Shawnee tribe of Indians, has returned to the Indian Territory, after having spent Ibrre weeks in this city negotiating with the Interior Depattmenf for the settlement of certain emlnw. He reached a satisfactory settlement and depntted with a certain portion of the $0,000,000 that the Government owes tho Cherokee tribe. Chief Black Fenthcr of the Cherokee Shawnee tribe and Tom Dougherty of the same tribe still remain In the Capital, in the inter est of their people. Black Foalher is the most conspicuous tigtiro on tho Avenue when he takes his afternoon walk. Commander Odelt Trutelird, A pleasant presentation took place at the last meeting of BurnsIdoTost, No. 8, 0. A. It. A committee of past commanders, with Comrade Harrison Hingman as spokesman, presented a testimonial to Past Department Com mander 'William S Odell in tho shape of a cosily gold watoh and chain. Comrade OdclT In n well chosen speech returned thanks for the handsome present of tho commll'co, and expressed Jdmself as grateful for the watch thus placed upon his movements nnd the "chain" which bound him to them with golden links ns he was already bound by ties of "fraternity, chnrity and loyoftv." After n Conchmnn's Kotate. When Davtu W. Hawkins, colored, coachman of General Meigs, died he left his house and somu money In the Savings Bank, amounting In nit to nbout $2,000. SInco his death, about three weeks ago, Florence Rosier Haw kins, an alleged Illegitimate daughter of the old man, nnd Elizabeth Rowsor, who rnUcd tho girl, havo filed claims against the estate. Yostorday Mary Heet filed her clolm for the enro of Hawkins, and Judga Hngnur announced an Riljourntd hearing to Friday next. Nolliiiinl ItHlm i:riirnlnn. ' The second excursion of the National Rlllcs to Marshall Hall will be given on ntxt Wednesday evinlng. The steamer Charlos MacalcstGr has been chartered for the occasion, end will lunva her w barf promptly at 0 80 o'clock. Th-ne excursions given by n popular mlllnry organization have been fouturos uf the Miininur social season, and as tluno wlfo attend them nro limited the oc casion Is certain to bo a pleasant nnd enjoyable one. 1'rrpnrlnc fur n Corner-lions Laylncr. On Sunday, July 27, tho corner stone of St. Mary's new Gorman Catholic Church will bo laid witli appropriate ceremonies. A number or societies will Earado on tho occasion. Including the athollcKhlghtsof America, the Young Catholics' Friend Society, members of Carroll Institute Knights of St. Peter, St. Joseph, St. Uonifaco mid St. Michael and tho Catholic Club, Mr. J. II. Butcher will bo chief marshal. lilnml 1-arU, Harper's Kerry. The flu est pleeiure grounds In tlie coun try. Music, dancing, boating, tlthluc, swing, flying horses, croquet, ete., etc., all tree. Every Thursday Iroui II. A O. station at 10 00 a. m. TlekeU, Including reserve teats both directions, $1, Ilequeata to Charity. Letters testamentary on the estate of Adele B, FroneU of Tennallytown were yesterday granted In the Probate Court to John A. neenan, John R. Morgan and Charles It. Morgan, the bond re quired being fO.OOO. The deceased leaves the income of her estate to her sister and niece during life and then to the Little Sisters of the Poor. hpend Sunday at tbe Shore, Hpealal leaves 13, & O. Station, Saturday, the 18th, at i n. w,, arrlviBg at Atlantis City 10 p. ra. Tickets good returnlw; oa all trains of Sunday and Monday, tipeelal train leaves Atlantic City S p, ra., Sunday, thelatb. Jlound-trip, f&vo; ' Commlitloner Thompson ltetnrns. Civil Service Commissioner Thomp son, who with Commissioner Roosevelt made an examination of the postoiHeea at Albany and Troy, New York, re tained to the city last evening and was at bis office this morning. Coramls Stoner Roosevelt returned to Ids home at Long Island, but will be la Washing ton shortly. Marine Hand Concert. The programme for tbe Marine Baad t'onetrt at the White House G rounds this evening at 8 o'clock Mas follows: Setoeston "Nadj?" Caaatatgne CoUcetten from Uattiar's new onem "Dri(FSMt UmeinAnwrtea.) Faataaia "Carman" Btaat Air varied "The Artiste" Keatete (Variation by the Brtnttaat nasfeMneM at the hand.) Ceiioctions of Toataas amat h sMtsd oag. .Frwahsr "mow at a Fandango" ( First time) national air "Mall, t'eramWii". . .IPyuw If You Feel Tired WtfUcvwNi tbu-t oj: ran htowm fOM luud Wtttita iW fWIrtrairtnranat WOlOM 3f tnW WinOlf flt IbW ft4(sn dt tta u4aVtMH Sflstt ftAuMaaC tftka) Hao aterwgflrtHm Tlw samOIw lonfcig. UMi(jiBJl iful TttfitlHfTBfJ TX1M lit tnW W ttn4 & CWkWanCanl flUliiulttS atftt KiliM tAt tCsjaAyjjJ p ANAteat IlliilD. VUafmttaUC JiaAlfaan9 aUUal gtf- tKWdik,aaakhraUmam wvavreatna. tt aSaWMI tatsat MktlBttAAhia (fMaaM aB, aUAHatt ld CnMMMS taaV9 aiVWT aUsnal tJnalAnWS TaWttlanUWanl iMMn ItetSfiO'tf BMaiJmlillt tIHtntti Tlf fOsnuT. antMManl f JPTO UinMt HflOrf J afcJ1(aJpiiriUi faaT aWnWnt faum SKtt AA aUlfitietlatnt aU'A aiimuy ftaft 1a9to ttMMnW X tiaWl QenWnnanMS MMHHMnnWl S to & "PlnO aUmiai & tgTt)ala1f Mt lla lKNWsl Caf 8) MjanaUamaf 1W lUUt 9MM ifDilig W. MftMn2VlllnM Cm Hood's ai- Cla.anWaiVVannV ana Sva ii.BMx OFP1CK OP WWHIWAfBJ A tCrrtTtW, On'uiet trlfi sSPe Fsw.St wv bhB tf&n BlPAimfSwr. Sfct, t.tir a jrt ily $6 ver pt. HPntWrert lafNefi flfHNKlkt ftxtfat ijwifR'v lpah-sniwnlR'jtit hftei, rtevr0hes extra qnafllr, whteh we are etfsrtar at the extraordinary lew nrtee ef Si.WsiW leper pair. Ostten Sheets, stees H by t yarl, too, We, TBOt OTB Mru WO OftQR Sees H Iit H yards, see, see ait We eieh. Sheets nsail oof nlah (trad o Mnsrht, Slhy S yarfls, Ji. $1.10 nntl II.WeaelH t by yards Sl.lK and $10 each. Seeeml deer. SPHOIALS IN WniTB GOODS. 7plcec8 Extra Fine and Shoerlmlla Llnon, only ltc per yanl, Newlnvelee Swiss tam,49 Inihes wide, enlyJsereryanl, Striped and Tlatd Flqne, only lie per yard, niaek Freneh OrKsmlle, only STlo per yard. JOST HEDUCKD. Figured Linen Lawn and Figured Dimity, rrdnetd to aso per yard. Sceond" Deor. WOODWARD & LOTHROP, Corner 111b and P SUN. W. Where Can I Get $13,50 SILK COAT AIIO VEST Fon In Blue, Drown ot Cream Colon A $10 PongBB Silk Coatand Vest FOU $7.50, OK A Seersucker Coat and Vest FOR $5.00 ? AT y.BAlil&CO.'S SPECIAL ARNOLIHCEMEtlT! From now until July 16 we will sell all Cassimere and Cheviot Suits on our first floor for o. These suits range in price frotp $12.50 to $20. Tnis big re duction is made to get the goods out of the way of the carpenters, plasterers and painters, who will make the dust fly lor awhile. 0 all Thin Goods, Odd Pants and Wash Vasts there will be a reduction of 20 per cent. 8 ijd Win's Suit Thaire is still a ge&d as sortmoast, A rftdigti f 33JI Ir c.t. wH mmm tka ft. E. D. BARHUM & GQ II 981 IS, Ava. AMIFrtEXT9. A iBArens ornp otkra hotjsk Xfenlnri at- tVJtmM, MAtlNKB SATTJBAT At i LflMONT 0PIRA GOMPANT ID erineft awi Snlttran'i Opera, H, M. S, PINAFORE. tfi$ week, LAMB5W Of-KRA CtJMPATlY In TATtlKTOl 1 JG T HB01iN JUIS10 UAM, TtJBtttAY EVlNIO.JttI.Y ,IS, Bnei;enwnt of tVasnlflnton's Favorite Aetor, MR. GEORGE BUCKLER, In Bnlwer's Great nay, RICHELIEU; Or, THE COSSHRACY, Snpported by MI98 BLEANOHK NEWTON Am) his own eSelent opjapany. nndcr the mnnanmentnfMr.FRANRA IlASHtSON. AdiBKXfon, Inolndlpc rmerveil seats, 'JSe. tt o. Wo and tt. Bale of iwata opens 8AT0U 1)AY, JULY 12. at 0 o'clock, at Droop's. Sx ahenaeynnradmlssten ttokets foreenpenst T I1B KEOLIHN. Is the drat of All Mnsleal Instrnmentf Beeenso It performs any mnslo Irom a waltz or a ballad to an overtore or a symphony raoro beantlfnlly aral more nearly perfeet than any other single Instrument. Tbo Aeolian ts not meclwiiileal, bat the manlpnlAtlon of It ts so simple that a person can learn to play It with from ono to three weeks' praettee. Tonr visit to see thts In etrument will bo esteemed a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, W5PA.AVE., Eole Agent for Stetaway and Other Tlrst class Pianos and organs. EASILY EXPLA A moment's reflection Is the only key you require to the problem of reductions in price. There are goods we carry which necessity de mands at certa'n seasons. They must be then sold. The revolving calendar must be the barometer of their prices. And what we speak of here, as particularly of fered for the next lew days, shows that "the glass is fall ing," as mariners say, Ilattan Body llaby Carriage, upuoUtered In plntb, was 516. Now JU SS. Iteed Body Baby Carriage, plmh upholstery, was til. Now 18. , Rattan Body Baby Carriage, plmh uphol stery, was JSH. h'owas.7J. Ration Body Baby Carriage, upholstered and top trimmed in ptasb, was J3CW. Now ttr.TJ. Reed Body Baby Carriage, Brocatollo np holtteiy, with paraiol to match, was $33, Now $30.t0. We'll tell a No, SO, Cooper MoKeo, Oak Refrigerator, for SO pounds of lee, with donble shelves, at J18J0. Tha prlee was SMJO. We'll sell a Hall's popular Rarrlgerater, with tank ferM pounds of lee.for Sli. The prteewaaSll. A til one of the fame make for Jl. And a til one for 89. We'll sell a Haifa Refrigerator, with Foreo Iain Used Tank for 10 pounds of lee, la either oak or walnut, for ii. The prlee was SU. We'll fell a Rail's Refrigerator, with tank for SO pounds ef tee, far 112. The prlee was 116. We'll sell an elegant Walnut Sideboard He frlgorator, with bet eied mirror, for see that was im. We'll sell a No. t Cooper Jt MaKee "Do meatle" Refrigerator for W thut was SU. Moaqalte Canepiaa merely a little store dusty we'll sell complete, with Fixtures, for VSo. The BrUtauit Oriental Sunmer TortiarM thai were tiejW we put down ta $4 , As usual, everything we advertise has a value worthy all the prominence we give it, JULIUS LANSBURGH, 'IUlrtviitU autl F h(reU. THE NATIONAL SafeDeDositCo OP iraSHIKGTON. CanWU&sa)ai nMT SMnniiU JLOt Ol QOMBttiia wuy , mt. Hwrxj, IP "SHX mi mm v eiulb, Wsattst aVtHWir Wiaa nsjLil XMB MBt.aaaM flSSteM SS Its, lUBTi YfttMVtf HHLBBHL & ft. VnMiaMLH&r. tA,u im tr.u. rxcrimovq mHKNATTONAT. RTTt X Will give the weemd of lt icrlea t sc' eiontslon to StARSHAM. HALT. Oft tne eBKr CMARtK MAOAl F!TEP On SBWDAY BFNlNf tjl.t lr, imo Uwiit leaves wtmrf at s Ihitp rtefcfts, W cents, to behadcf menp inr aUJalWat. iy 2 it- "f3t7StlS MB'S EXCURSIOSI LtfcCmN, NEB , MMVtiqc WasMngten JULY St at n io p m eter tin ChtMpenke and Ohio to Cincinnati, Imllnna piths and Chicago Thence to Lis I CSLN, NBR , over the rhloago, Bnr Ington ' and Qnlney RaWroad Relnmlng ftopone diy eeeh hi Kensns City and St Lou A twrte more btanttrnl and inteicsnog then any other In America Sjunber of pwsengers will t limited TlekMsnmst be teonred on or before tpr Y 81 ret rates and all reformation address J. A FINCIt, Manager, ftl,t et4Fst n w ,VaMngton D C s BCOMD SBt.ECT MOONLIGHT BXCl'R BlU.I WA8H1NOTON LlanT lNPATTTRY ORr-v TOMARSnALtHAtJ, TtJBSDAY KVBNINO, JULY l ' STEAMKR CnARLBS MACAI.KSTER. TISketi sOe, tor sale by members and at boat, IHUSIC BY NATIONAL GUARD BN0 Jrt.at Boat leaves 8.30 p m. TNDlAN HEAD TRIPS "A Midsummer Night a Bream ' f f Qnktlnloyment on the Blnerotoma THE KW TALATIAL IRON AND 8TBEL. 8TKiMER, CHARLES MACALESTER. ThoFlnestand Faateatandonly New Steamer on the Potomac Hirer Water Tight Iron Compartments, making the MAOAI.RHTRH Absolutely Karn ISO Rlfetrlo Lights-Hlectrlo (eirrli Light Illnmlnatlng the River and Landing. Leaving ber wharf, foot ot Tth st , AT 0 30 P M 81IAHP. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, Jl LY II AND U Tho KTer Topnlar and Reliable Steamer W. W. CORCORAN Will also Itave the aamo wharf Saturday evening, .Inly 12, at C-U p m, Thero will bo no crowding on either boat. And on each Friday and Sal nrday evening during the season of ifflo. at the samo hour, arrlvlhg In Washington on return at 10 o'clock p. ra. 40 JilLKS TO INDIAN I1KAD AND RETURN, Landing at MARSHALL HALL doing nnd returning. Elegant Cafe on tho Charles Mcalcte- Meals and Lunches nt Marshall Hall Res taurant. FARE. ROUND TRIP, 21' Sunday trips to Marshall Hall at II a.m. 2:30, SjSOoml C-OOp m sharp. Best of Order Guaranteed Jyll-at L. U BLAKE, Captain. (IHEAI' AND DELIORTFOL EXLUItSIONS J TO THE BBA. Vir.fllNIA BEACH and OCEAN SHOIli I'AltK, On tho Atlantic Coast, UNEST f-t'RP BATHINO. BATH UOl 3K. EtLOANT MEALS, LAhO, AIRY ROOMS, COOL AND SHADY PAVILION . Stwmar OEOROK LEAHY. Mond its. Wtdnetdara. and 1-rldnys atp. m , mm corrnth tret whnif; and steamer I Et. 8IOU on Saturdays at 6 p m. (returnlDg Moo day rooming) Nol-ROt NDTIHPTOMllfHNfVBl i' t or OCEAN H1IORK PARK, Including d i nor at Park Hotel, t. No a-llonnl tru !ti ai Irg ere da'a board ono n"itit' lolhln and one extra moHl, fa. No 'i inundinn, Inelnolrg one wetk't board and rvm, jm. Ileturnlur. tho Leary leaes Nurlolk en Tueedayi, ThuyIays aad Satur l..j at A 1) p m The No 3 ItoVet U doilgnml pruii I ally for tboo going rrldara on the I eary and romlns tek kundaja un the Exrelnlor t'ot farther Information call at 'trainer wharf or tele Ihonjv WILLIAM f.WBLril Snpt t-'all.TEO. July , 'm BAY RIDGE, ON TIIE CHESAPEAKE, OPEISl JUNE W. Haral Academy Band. FINEbT ME.VLS. FINEST ATTRACTIONS. EVERYTHING- TnB BEST. Trains leave B 4 O. Depot, week days, 9.15 a. m 1.S0 ana 4.30 p. m. Saudays, 9SSa. m., 130 and 3.13 p. ra Leave Bay Ridge, week days, e 30 and 8 SO p. tn. Sundays, 8 and 9 p. m. Hound Trip Tickets $1.00 J. T ODELL, General Huiager, CTIAS. O. SCULL, Oen'l Passenger Agent, Jult.tf The Mount Vernon AND MARSHALL HALL STEAMBOAT COMPANY. On and after JUNE 1, 1800, the new Iron and steel steamer, CDAT1LBS MACALESTER. will leave bar wliarf. foot of SEVENTH tt, far MOUNT VERNON and JIARsllALL HALL a follows: lor MOUNT VERNON-Every day (except Sunday) at 10a. ia aud 8 30 p. m .returning at S aad tt p a laaseoge can remain at MOUNT VEUNON until second boat leave If dattred Pare, round trip. Si. including ad mlwdooto tbe Muutkiaand Qroumli IJe gsnteafe ou tbe beat Meal and lunches twred .roaptly Mount errou UuUa Beska can be procured ua tbe boat For MARSHALL HALL-lume aaMOINT VKhNON M.badula for week day. Oa hUNDAI bat 11 a m ,430 and 8 p. m., returaloirat i.6 30aud9p in Un FBlDAYb aad SATURDAYS. SpecUl Mouanattt Exeurka down U river to INDIAN HEAD, touching at MARSHALL HALL tEOJsc aad rturnin. leaving Washing ton at uBOp m , reaehlag Utyon rviurnat Mb bj Meals and lunette at all Umes at MAR SHALL BALL BetaaraiU. Fare ta MARSHALL HALL aud return. 36 cents on any trip, children, between 6 and LI years. IS oaata Th popular aad reliable steamer W W. CORCORAN will wake bnr ri vac landing as far (town eLYMOKT, landing at MAR SHALL HALL going and (tuning, leavlug asKrwHtMMaMri xw a, m.. u i p. at nuunn imp, a iuw. trliwcJ Lkui W W. fiUIUlRAKta MASWilJL HALL will Ix anuoiiBoaJ ly. Sea advattbaauwu. ekutau uf Utsaium MACALESTEK and FOmOmAV tor either MOUKT VERNON 0rMA6atAilL HALL apply to L L EX 1KB, Captain, on sti amer iu8.tf EDUCATIONAL. QiwssmmsL 4Mb yau tXT l Uutriiclluu thui autfh Teaaw moivaAn Addreaa tlut prtacl HtLMIOCA X THOMAS. jyS.taw.2m TIBS NOJtWOOD IKejTfftJTE. MtitflBMlt fetm O SaftellaW IftttWI -TS rply to yonr aeaaaat for ar advtoe aa to a anoa Miaool. tec your ifaBantvr. I enn tm oreiaiSeiMwii ritftmnianil Ttfv wVd Mre. Sauk. ihnwiitTiMrinn thnrnaati &ut tba naa. Saa T Olinir Juatioe C. 8. Sapreaae Oonrt." fh aaneai onana Su 38. anaMJtaat iaaMf ii.ii iniifiiiii i ii i u ,.i ,ii , mi i ....i - H OTnL UfAYSTTE. CAPS MAY, N J.. ttE. I1,0.., anJ acnuaaawnatng figmiaia, inaaautan awi aea water am i M to auaati The aawt unuanr and aiui meorton the ouaj Bwue wanlaJO r wm mn. j ajuus grarwmtm. WBMea JOHNP.AGNEW&OO Wnvttie wi faaWs U W, "iWH5Pa"n!r Bf "!t ""ni tMHancMtt Kl aan. (Ouca flkV SMn Wfr 4PPP