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THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 11,18(10.
i si The Daily Critic AND f ArtTV. 3" Vttif Pmocnttk Jri1f Vner Pft ItMcrtrtf Wiatftejt, wtiMt05r oniric ettiivt. PFKftt: Sni ft atitsif iwmt liWtit, wawnwiTuw citt, . c. Mil film i - in tTM), i si " irSBMil a wYfwAiift the crtjv laSMIth. ,. ss Title CrttfftO, Mtrfltfaett WMMMIIM,B.O. fr- r-mnini-ni ii iff lirrn iratii nMM . - MgMtMtMfcaaitVieiihiiiw n.r. . .mii mii.iiiUSmiiimwiiimi ,.. , .. A Bl.CK RIBflOJt MR A eMtetfottdeiil of tins tWtWphU ttM he tmtn Informed llWt a Demo FtM Mfs that Senator Installs' life wonM ltf JnWwti III Imminent danger were lie to fnt the motion to change the rules so at H caetk tillatory taftfet intended la Stest the passage of the Federal ettoBs Mil. Tie cotrespondent In tpwttrnt) does not give m the name of tk Democrat who made the al teged assertion, and, br a strange rotsefdence, he neglects tn fit the WwHItyof the vshisble witness who repotted the alleged Democrat's state ment to him It is one of the moat a marlng features o( this him) of Jour lialltm that these Important owls itwiKntM fretitrentlT. Kilter the Rearers f tin really thrilling Infnrma ikim ar srugnlmly modest men, or thf pttmjors thereof do not raahe a sjteclal point of twtlmmij-. Kew, of course no Detnocrat ever ramie or dt earned of making a declara I (a to mttehraroMs ami idiotic as the Mmte; nor 1 It likely that even the inott erednlnm man on Newspaper How 0tintiT believes that It was made as ttMed. Neither In onr opinion, does anybody Imagine that a Democrat thowtht of such a contingency. If aa informant went to the Pnm correspond tint with snch a story he was a liar and tho correspondent knew him ns sttcli. Why, then, publish tuto maudlin stttJTf Is the Force hill tn so desperate a plight that it can he kept alive only by these heroic expedients? HI - II- ! l'ltOI'IiKT OH PAKIIIT Very early la the present session. IxfOre Mr. Heed pjt on his red shoes acd his fifty Inch bellybend. he was beard to dtclare that he intended to show the country ln.w to dispatch liuslness. V lake this occasion to renen the nsitr arrant our dittlogidtlied consider' Ion and tt admit that he has done so. In the matter of rushlna- work, obtaining iuh k action and teallrlng prompt re knits Sir. Heed bus beaten the old pro cesses as signally as Judge Lynch beats the tegnlar courts of law, ami, we may add. by pratlrally the same methods that distinguish the Judge from other agencies of justice. Hut 31 r. Heed made another prattle lion at the same time, and as regards this he has not been so fortunate. He i ah! that, in addition to showing tin) country bow to dispatch Undue, he would J how Congress how to adjourn by the 1st of July ur thereabouts. In a word. It was his Intention to dem onstrate the twenties and advan tages of Ilepubiiean rule by glv tng an exhibition of valuable lee: illative work expeditiously eon niaate. He was to prove that bU party, with himself at its bawl, was the only party that couW be trusted to deal safely, economi cally and tfeellvety with the country's lw4iHf. lie was to lead a new de parture. Invent a new system, usher In a Bew political dispensation. And, In the after time, when the nation felt the impetus of his halcyon regime when ItMinets had mullipllrd and prospered, when everybody was happy and when oven a Maine farmer eoukl make money, the people would arise as one man and cbM him blessed. On this 11th day of July, however, the Speaker must be pondering some where within the vast reeeesesef bis midriff. He has passed the limit he bad Axed for the session, and yet Ctm great stands, both inert and aghast. Wits ungiiiabed business in the shape ti a tariff bill which the Stnate ditMhet and fears and tbree feswths of the people dettostsee, sad aa ekclioB bill which more than tbtee-fouHhe of the intelligent and pi tf teste sesttimsmt of the country repwJi alee, and with both of these bills asvtag ws4l by a powerful aval thMefwla i WtyifUBO. what h) Coagiew doing to vsjfy Use fat nan's fcoasifal psosntae flCkssi Fsury? la U poaalhie that Jleesi is not s urophel after ati ? Ct it to that he k w any rasnact whatever a flSJHSIf mini -I-. . mini-)- vMbW of Ik gUnt Mjik eflfeer, OMr ftm & WM Mirtoad faf a, ttpoiiinigr 4ssl HW HMIASA 4sat9 TfhHsf U$ tjtftfafikstaTS Qsf aBBBBSBBBBBstll. IsBkAV thtkV sMllHIBUlt SsA !- alMtlne the MasMb east adsaeaiss of the rtlsahul ilass in Wsahlngtnn estooaa to HIbbbWbbI sssl fcfcsT dttnai skls'HAsbAAd'sl VMRMMttOBM H I ww wU ka&WB ttus. & vary rg Ktv iiMjr at Ih ostgron mm re orgmtiswf fetNir Uttu casM b$ p14 to ttw Or rtgV7 qI PJlaSssttsMI IsaWUk tfcft OaWBatf Wfcsf Mfttifhlj WtMtlM IftjlilisVnWi m VMsftisI bjjkMsW fakf (MM tesVMMtf llw E iM BigM )m wm UlteA. U ltfft AUsfar' bAV MfUjisl tksV sMMstestslsl Msssft AsAtfasBiBstitllilBV Qsf BslfslBlMflA IssV TfcsTsV essNswrT tats ol gflrthirenra which he 4fct n sjifji ttfase oiassesi' TIMi slsur casa aa his ssaiBjaej v$f nsisi ns hsslnieiat aMah -tw ix tbk ls.ooa. i ssoB-oaet eansrtawsS eg st. Htifaaii fYssiiitsii isrf Wnnsyi sftssv Xu .t UiOstasd ii.-wosMses tswa; we ii not 4i -asm tfca lojsjs gjt- a ijiituxihef ll tu ef thai she end L,..ii litiiUb .uu v-iiiiotedssasastlo lc unt of H .uiUBJoii The att at -im .Lougs.. sto j.t 4 SHstvtessjah aa4 f iiuuuUi nmiinitaaasitsto tast'oassttiWttoa u a i mtiNt ttases, Whs e wan to i u ukc ul Jvji; ol the saoat mtelitlgant K utt.cn JtcyuhMeaas tea KwtmWkee a., intmis to Canyess, tat i.imsjsce l au ii povesa of the superaaiMa eg t.t-LiuM,iidzatat hw tha aasctiat eg Tier m 'Vrill J rlil nn ti t' ngir tut for 1h preif-nf nml n tn our rol'rj tmani tte Sowtta- well, let the nntmers fry bfhs m ttetr own ptrtfHMl fst. They hate tort their gHp. The e 8tte tA the new r-ensWl will fl that finsliy A they eatmot control theemnt tty srv more, tSey fll be gtM to team to mfril ttetT own end ot the tmsfne, and they till flourish at It. tfe wonM nitre the sjonth In ritnpr sih! hartior Hnpt ov ementa, tn Wfsntffilrpt Isters and nsttotntt tmitittngs Hherat share of the snrr-rat, sM put that rcHe ofntfT hsvf pressors to go along Mte ether fotfcs m the prfflwerffy of the rnWFitry, afclrh wilt room tinder the ptoter ttteawj Itnstrefal svstem of the RepuMt- rSt." It the fiM tlarshsl keeps p thts strstn, rvtaehevy wHI Itrtroirwee a Mil tn OmifSess pniHMeg Mornty to pttwhtmamtetpo seot srlilMirtsis"M H." toaaettm hioafnt fct thai swpras with whtrh rt em nattomri llta ate to tt femHfeJ. It i futfi At cmnsmtiRr r ti the Sew Trrh Tttbtmt from Hnansjn' e llrd thla rteflhif attMmetreweat- "Itt trsrye ronntty with stfsnee enstoms. In ii'co an emit erteer ts Hot rerelvnl in jrood swttty; mm MfWlersj out of the city of Mexico fs a pKystefasi Joohert nprm hy the Test people' ts a anetat equal. What wooht the tallant 'hoys In hlifc1 atxl New Tork dlsrlplesof KsenlsphM say to suck estrtcftw" Bnt neither the eonntry nor the cnstotnii esneompareln 'stfsmnMess".tothis Infor mation whleh the Tntmnt reeettes from Its rorrespomteRt and (tttpenses te Its readers. We hste tn wiNmI two ont of several Metl ean offleers who will he snrprhtjil to hear that they are not received In rood society at home. One ot them Is Lieutenant Agtn tin YtnrhMe, and the other Is Uenerat Knrfcme Meals. There are others whom we conM name, hnt these two will snfllee Who the Tnbtmt'i eiw respondent Is, we hare no means of cnr-Jeetartna;, bnt it wenld he In teres tine to know where he ob tained these points on Mexican society. Tnn Niw Yona mr' "Man Abont Ttwn" hwl the faran Stevens dlamod rol'beiy dead to rights, and mnv he con aratntates himself tints: "Jnst as I Indi cated wonld he the ease, Mrs. Paran Stevens' diamonds bate been fotiml In her own house. That's the way her albmed rohl tries always have ended, and that Is why Inspector Ryrnes sorties when he hears Ot them, and does no exert htmselt to pnrsne the thief. He knew that Mrs Stevens would Rnd her diamonds after awhile, and that Ibe matter wonld then quiet down." FnoMTnn An. VST v CittiiHtin comes this clieertns; annoaHcetMst: "Thonnh tbe children's elephant was In Hamburg; when it was purchased by the CohHUhIwi), It Is well known In America, bavins; made the how circuit twice. It Is a flue performer In tbe rtns; and perfectly gentle. The chil dren will have a Hem of an elephant. Now let the Force Mil corns on." HOTEL ARRIVALS. A-. Henry Watts, II. W. llettle, t II Ha to C. Jttttltv II. J. hVmnte, New Votk. Hhilt-Y. ll.Atttrtmre.PIiUbort;; Kpps Itunton, Vlrprlnta: T. .1. Scheit, U. ?. .Nvyi It. A. Tnwtiteed.Gaplaad, M.l.j .1. 1). NV toann. New York; W, F. Mebluson, Fblla delphla. M. JamfJ. Shinty Betiter awl wife, ItutburKiMrs. Thomas White. Mhw White, .Ml Csmeron and Mis Psoroae Cameron, lxinaton; William 11. Crosier, Buffalo, X x: K. W. Tavlor, Baltimoie, Jamss W. farkhuni, lisltl mors. ImutnalV. U Muiltl, KvaMVllle, Md.; C larks Thomas and A. TtKHUM, New York. MtlroiMlititiiMit Uuliel. New Ywk; K. lllntn, New York: J. W. Waldsn, New ark, N. J., W. X. Scheuk, areeuaboro', N. C; .Miss Lucie ftetns. Bstesvlllt, Ark; II. W. Albro and K. II. Rted, New York. A'uftonat C. P. Bousory. Roekfall, Conn.; J. OpsnbttMer, New York; P.M. OoB, Ilochetter, N. V., II. C. Wlgitlos, New York. lfiiteifi-I.vrU Belle and J. it. Cmi, St. Louts; C. R. Mattcrsou, Allentown, 1'a ; V. A. Walker, New York; J. II. Bsrt Ittt. Lynebhnrs;, Va.; C. W. Allte, Louis isna, Mw-Vt. W. IHctiwna, J. n. Howard, New York; C. it. Bums, Spokane Falls; C. II, Wilson, Ken Frauetsto. llVMlre's-a. Millblter, Ktehmond, Vs. .SAarrtas J. II. Winslow, l'klladelpbla; J. t. TrIWe, Buffalo, N. Y.; M.S. Chap man, Hartford, Conn.; E. Mwyoei, I3irlii fleM, Mast, A'MWXMiiis Jobu M. Coawav, Vlrgtntt; Alfred &. Ilartwell, WMtpert, N. Y.; Hon. Joseph Davit, L)bb, Mom. Ariingion Carl Conrsd, St Louis; C. Wilbvwi, New York; Kalph Trautnua, Ntw York. A f oat Way Utr on lilr.il, frem FrU tuul Mr mm. Xo good reason suggesU Itself why poetry and oraitboloey should not go hand is hand; there is eertain'y enough of tbe poetical in tbe ascertained facts of bird life to give scope for tbe versi gers. But here is a poet In the June teniury" who writes "And oft U kaerd the drum of quail." This is followed by a Hue "Awl nseadewtarits u soaring Mgk." The curious phase of this hi that the poem is one Inspired by bird music, and its author might justly be thought to be something of an observer of bird life. ' sn ' i Cumlus to Their 3eoa From, tju Zfeptet Tutui. im Ike KwpMblicaii ytrty mm wrl-vU at h tomehmkm tiul yg, UeKlaky h&i aEMW dieMtaatsUbr ton tw Is. fstQf ol Uu Hell bftMWt Tssy tlltflm WMltoGaiQA & flMa IfltttfJ. famft sWsbd thinV 0Wtt fft ate wiO Hfrffji m COM! UlIsM astiiwmstjptpmBi mrrmmmmn-tssatns nil ffMBt ?rpff HT i.fLj fat ay jpfl jotitli thai atftds hmt what to spw the esatt aa agsk nasasW has heart. Me he the t-otosa tshMS the erowiei mart bmibi4 tvth the sssenle nomV hiat ha his esea ipsBPPp VStmatV mmjaasmwmm tssp tmjgBr TMf H4riy sltM wm hmnm't JajfelLMMM 7te sWBs9laU Qttliw AMNmf 4sf 9 BsMHidL 9t& 4 lw )Mlin 1 tiMtDtf&i Ctltrii af sMlsflyHfr Vgh snmsasnasWi Igftbulggsk ftai a1athtlttkmi YliBBBBa tWTtwss!tSfflTwia tS tranmhae, !" fooaa a sohUers hsawp h lha ahaae aUrf liiTB grhwaaisisl iafriKl Ihbw tfatv figmj AgsVess, J6r si jtetarsoa. She umlsnaena eeehe AasMStimohNwtHtm She sshoosnfesssst saalta steaosM loss. Vwruu. wmr Ot all ilti - " " sm tBF smaaisf smam9 Utotapi wtesMawtmtMsjpaaa, . A VIRGINIA CENSUS. The Trey It TCas Coednetert in f nut Film Km Ftftitt tRwfa. rhrfstlM name In fall nod initial of of tntclom name- "T'se tw OhrMlfajh. Sttrmter lom say 1 Ml frmti ffWW " Surname " W"at s dat ar' Tie pmfti .fake .Tohnaon, sonny " Whether sotdier, sailor, ot marine riming the civil trar (U. S. or Con ferlerate), or wrdo of stmsh pwaoti "Alnt no widdfT, bi'. Toted e Ice water fot my old maasm at Richmond tndderday.' rtelattoMMp to head of family ' 'Wat tmt talkln' about f Vtt iw hel. DaVa cSuf." Whether white. Mack, mulatto, quad rcmn. octcrmwi, Ch1g, Japanese or Indiae'Iaord 'a' maasy! Can't vou re I m hkch ?" Set "Ooliyt Wat's de mttter ob you ? A man for sho'' Age at nearest Mrtmlay. If undet ojm year, glvn age In months Dunno. Jsrrtw herVde wuh. Ah masat. Him and me was raised togtalrler " Whether slnele, married, wl.lnwed or divorced' f s stnsrte. tld woman be' gone to Heab'n. Dl what? Dun no." Whether married during the consus year (June 1, 18, to Alar 31, 1390) "llo! Oo'longr Mother of Bow nmw? children ami number of these children living "Ain't de mrttfder of nobody. Fo' de Lord, sonny, w'at you take me fart" Place of Mrth "Dnntlo. IT ole planlailon. I reckon." Place of birth of father "Xebbcr bad none." Place of birth of mother "Dunno. Hain't seed her sence I was a picka ninny.'' Number of years In the United Stales "Hain't nebber been out 'cep' in JImsi Davis 'federacy?' Whether nntuitllrest "Ob co'se. Ain't notbin' onnat'ral 'bout me." Whether naturalisation papers have been taken out -"Nebber took out mi papers about nuthln'." Profetlon,trade,oroeoupitlon "Jest do what oums along.' Months unemployed during the ctmms Tear "Dunno." Attendance at school (In months) dttr Idk the census year "Nebber had no scboolln'." Able to read "W'at for you ask w'en I tole you l'se had mi school I n'f" Able to write "Dere vou go aln' W'at you want t argee de p'Int any mo' Able to speak English. If not the language or dialect spokun "I jess talks dat'sall dey Is nboutlt." Whether sufferlne from acute or chroulc disease, with name of disease and length of tlmeaniloled "Oh.gtory! I'tc cot a pow'ful smart misery In de oecK. Whether defective tu mind, sight, hearing or speech, or whather crippled, maimed or deformed, with name of ds f ect "Iteckon l'se got all de Lord wauls me to hav'." Whether a prisoner, convict, boms less child or pauper "Out o'lht ar lot, l'se n hoineless chile, certain!" PERSONAL. (lenersl StiHrman nceives a salsry of .? In.OOtl a yiar as retired General of the Army, with nothing to do, anil a good, active clerk to help Mm. One of the most skillful watchmakers In Atlanta Is a woman Mrs. A. K. Key. Mrs. Key Is the daughter of a once famous jeweler, ami by means of her trade she supports harself and children in comfort. Charles Goeller Is regarded as tbe champion pedestrian of Tammany Hall. A spurt of ten miles before breakfast Is an ordinary achievement. He walks so well that he may yet take a notion to run for au oirice. One of tbe largest stock farms In the world Is the great l'erclieron horse farm of Mark W. Dunham, near Au rora. 111. Mr. Dunham started by lm porting twonty horses In 1873, Since that time his animal Importations have reached 900, ami he has become a mil lionaire several times over. Stanley says that his one aim now Is to get away from the crowds; not be cause he does no wish to see them, but because they prevent him from doing any work, He told an artist at Cannes: "If you were to offer rae 1.000 1 could not sit down ami let you sketch me; I am to buty." The Czar of Russia Is in such a state of apprehension that he now only eats food which his been prepared in a kitchen that adjoins bis library. Bvery conceivable precaution Is taken to pro tert the Km two r against poison, and he has ceased to eat eggs since some body discovered that they can be poisoned by tbe Insertion of a needle, which does not perceptibly break tbe shell. Tbe British Government has never granted amnesty to John Iloyle O'lleilly, his escape from a eenvlet's doom in Western Australia bavin? ap parently plaeed him outside the pile of forgiveness. Meanwhile Mr. O'Uellly. who la 4$ years old, pursues the evea tenor of his way, displaying la his poems and lectures a sympathy for humanity which prejudice of patty, raee or creed cannot narrow. Mrs. General Grant says she first mat tbe General in 1W1 and they were mar rUd In 1S4. She has many of tbe let ters written by him during the days of their courtship, and while she regards these in their entirety as too sacred for the pubHc eye, she will wake extras from thorn fnrhiirhnalr nf mmlalsresirw of her famous husband. She Is work ins very slowly on. the hook, asul does not eipeet te have it ready for publics tie before next spring. Mrs. Jefferson Davis in a letter to a friend 1st Xv York thus writes. "I aaa vol surprised that you believe that our daughter Yarhsa (Winnie) Is our oatty surviving child, as abatost in every notice of her it is staled that she is tbe oely daushter of the late Jeffetao Devis.' But it hi a eaaae of coastsjatly lecturing thankfulness to we that if we vote to he deprived of ail our sosm by tosh two sktwghlew survive. JMargaset. the aisWf . is tho wise of J. X. Hayes, a MfasMwpian by birth, now a beaker hi Cosorasso riprings on was moat tast datriy beloved by haw fattier, and it was save of Utat sorsas of his later yeats tiua Mr. Hayes' health taotsnf hav XBMaUasBtsfl ftO Dfi atQ fllsT ClttsstOSaBBtfl srVsMsst. wastwp " -stapes tpmassmiimmt espsjp Wku HIM It 5t rntm. IM. .V yr IfoeW. The fTtsauss' call ts Goujimss to "heat" hjt ta votiatg of famtawM tM taWW fPHHHsw '(smwiiPsp ffTW jiMtWWij am Am IhsUI tn lunBB eVUftV BikiBgM. JJJ" wa' m jppssMaas"p j m Thai fastatful nuratti dtsmtw a jsanstoai Bynrtt tisaA a xood Many yiMilasa wlao wiil get one uastar the iliipwarlaeit law, hut if eon enmhatoisti u to be pes aioMsf tar yttssiilfist wIM hat, whjait) ii th thjsg to mop How W - We know tt is TheaOtesV ftisftsUstfslHsCUttsI s""tW Wi wetaowaU IheakrU Wekseailtiii jatttssnutt JefSttUW JtaslsVstjatlt nPARALlELFD HISTORY How the Amerrenn I'ewpte Pnj n Tlveir llehr. A statement of the del tfttfagnfsh sietit of mw erantry -!nce te wat never fesses to be Impressive It Mfteetarrot only the gtowtlt, but th patriotism ami prfperity of rmr people, as no other stathttral cxMWt emw. The mere f t Is startltmr that twtmty five vests ago, less than a uetejietlat, the public debt wan TA ofW.Wl entafllng an annual lnte?wt charge ot fMn.Wfl m, and It h now only f92l,mn,0BIiuid the Interest charge Is but "?&,-HW,W0. The face of the dft hss decreate 1 to o third Its matlmtm it, while the IMeftit charge has mcrettwl none fifth Ms highest amount, owing to ts funding at the constant! declining ralcof Interest 1ft tm pnst ten rears a large or p ir Hon of the debt has been etftgnlhod At the thne of the l"") cemnw the pub Ire debt was $1,919 onn.otjo, m the In terpst charged was f?9 300.0W, so that In a decade the debt has been redn-al IflBt.fXIO.OOO, or ay fl OOO.omt.DOfl It will thus be "een that, tf the coun try remains prosperous ami continues to be well governed, It will be entirely Ctble to extinguish the entire remain jmWlc debt In the next ten years, so that the people of the United States conW, If they chce, enter upon the twentieth centary with a net surplus In the Treanuy. It lias been the historic fiscal policy of our country to ps.y off Its debt; we presume It w'lll continue to be. Tbe present census will show 8000, 000 people In the Unsteti States, In all probability, ami this will figure a debt at the present lime of only $14 per in habitant, which Is small, while tbe in terest charce of -$2i),ll?,tW8 entails a i of less than 50 cents per year per Inhabitant. Our readers will seo from this ho-v slight a burden the national debt is tu comparison with tbe real taxation of the people, which Is local taxation, ranting all the way from $0 to $10 per 1,000. The problems which confront this generation of Americans are not those of poverty, certainly. An Important, I'nctor In llimlnens, Vem is ItotUmort Amtrtean. It was staled several years ago thai the commercial traveler in this country was becoming too numerous, nnd as trade could not stand the burden of his cost, he would have to ro The predio tlon, although much discussed, has not proved correct. In 1890 tboro wero about 200,000 commercial travelers tn the United States. To-day tbe number Is estimated at 400,000 nn onormoits army of Intelligent, enlorprlstng, quick fitted men, traveling In all puts of tho country, supporting railroads and liotols, carrying new ideas and new stylos, strengthening the commercial relations ami doing much to aid and advince tbe general progress. Another liiUiit Imluitry, From tht nUn'lttpht Ktont. An Item has licen Inserted In the Agri cultural Appropriation bill setting aside ifV.000 for Ihe purpose of an experiment In producing rainfall by explosions of dynamite, the material to be sent up into tbe air In paper balloons and explxled liy time fuses. If this development of the Clilnese-gong method of urinating rain down should prove successful the ltepubltcan leaders In Congress would doubtless endeavor to put nn ml mlersm duty on every Inch of rainfall thus ob tained. Onr lteinnrkable Liberality. film IK MUmnbH XrUkU4mUhii . The liberality with whloh this Gov ernment treats Its defenders may be ap predated from the fact that Groat Britain pays annually $100,000,000 for army and navy pensions, France, $1SU, 000.000; Germany. $11 1.00O.000, Iluasta, $188,000,000, and the United States will pay In lb00 $210,000,000, and this, too, when the European governments are always ujwn a military footing, while this country Is based upon a peace foot ing and without a standing army. A Sorrowing Widower's Tribute. yret Mr Xtu Vert. un. Flattui'Mo. N. Y July 13. In thU village Is living Mr. Allen Moore, a hearty obi man over 80 years of age who has burrled live wives. In tiie cemetery hare he has erectod a Scotch granite shaft with the following Inscrip tion: ALLBN 5IOQKK. Etiux a., 1ST WIFE, BIBS VKB.1S, litS, AaiS8. Bcnied at Mils, Mick. Philuki R, la wir. bibb Hv. 1, IsOl.ieeiiST. Loumu W to witf. ww Dec. U, 16TS, aubb . &AIUH M. B , 4th wire, mutt le. 1T,18TT, ASmnW. hot i so at Fane, X, Y. &ILLIS S , Ha wins, mm W-lYttt, laT, -IMU, ht'MUM AT liAHTVUMU, Vv. i Jury PaakloK Vmi tt4 UiwtitiUt Omrlmr JomwL If a btti were presettted in the IHiaoss Lestiaiature provitlUs for the paekistg of Juriee in the State courts, would mi every ikeeat IMUossa cry out asshsat tot Yet a Illinois lUpreitmlaUve ut CoswMas kaa caitsed that etlstfal tUintsoai hjffii to h aa awesuseil tltat lite lursea la that Utdfaal ittties Courts ssay be pah). Shawe est that lUUtots Bepreteatadvet Tlutt Made a IMJfMeBM, Cuoaso 1 tbimk I'll set a tricyck for you nasi ate to ritle est. Msa, Cuaaao Indsxiil, I won't rUtt attest a thJag i 'lUit thejr cost $373." is wt aor weu, you can adrUwhowHikelL" TtW Njlt titasWtpii1ML Msww fmm 9VKw IPsw 4Bws "What m you rawrtwg. wy swart etked e ujunhas of shut OhaeAso Lltaaewv lBii)sy OsT haar sisynjnhier. -rati S'lioosogratwv ot rowta 4ii WhwsoteU" ii J.tf te ttm WMtfcHIt WUfc haiiw cpijswsaf the McKlaJtv f vm hill Ai with tk xw Yea Tribuns ittafHeir the rtaisliin ajkaaav - ' w tp Ptsatwprwi tsiawwjwwwr VtlaslaM, ib AAmkmintfa tamm msmmt j e cow im fcw Us totsMf Bta the HobetS Fosssjt VlMutiWMi Uis the htetef M tauiMtsTia 1 1m hsm tw, -4i4A --iwttr sf 'twwwsBnt nu nn wwwvwwpwwt ssm MMwktjSwejssujtesj)y sfW IsWHwssf fiwT flwf 4wIsimssssssWIwbI Afisl BW wsuwwsL wlwlw Stw tlsni. SPEAKER REED'S 6UJ0R, Bresaintr Qm Nat Worse Then t'ooatfftic tnt x. v i m m mm Aumem mrm. 1 he mortice ItsWf , bwl M R Is, ot a wofse evil than the tWHmAf wlileli Spettef iied has IfMtwjtM tfce lloue to adopt To violate tms Ootltnilon; to detnorall7e Ihe Ifonse by allowing lest than t quorum to l reHmtlmtt; to destroy thereby th safegnard. the vtgllaftee nnd the rptBrthtffly rtf rep resentatlve overnment; to pass over the ofltaftte of memhefi who hrra the snthorlty of tbe Speaker Into contempt and the business of the ftowM trrto anarchy these are the defaexmrmts of nrrfet whfch thvs enforcement of rule XV will In Hnve stamp upon am par liamentary history. Ma? we not be Ihve that Sprskcr Ileed Is rtromt cnoisgh and wise enough nml brave enonah to retrace his steps and cottect his irroiT A Trt ami ftret Htory, From Ms IrrfUm Com! Jmrmt. Joachim of violin renown had been playing at a concert tn Manchester. After tt was all over he was walking up and down the railway platform enjoy Ins; a good cigar ami the conaelonsneet that he had never played better In bis life. The cheers of his audience still rang In his ears, and he was full of pleasurable self satisfaction. A re spectable navvy, dressed In his Sunday best, kept tmsslnir ami rermsslnc ami purine inienuy at me - - . . .. -... . . great master. Presently he came up to .irmchim ami the musician asked for a light This gave him. Ravins lit looked Joachim full la his pipe be the face, and emnhtsls on then, tapping htm with the shoulder, lie salt was the man I'' 'Hut l'atraulni Joachim says he never felt so small in his Ufa. Not Iktslly Disturbed. From Ihe C'At'eofO Times. Certain newspapers are opsnlng their batteries upon rostmaste-GeneralWana-maker for violating tbe postal laws In admitting to tbe mall untnai table mat ter offered by 1'enslon Shark Lemon. If they think that the attack wilt dls ttitb tho pious gentlemen who came Into power by corruption the voters, who sold a cabinet olllce, who have persistently violated the civil service laws and who ate bidding for an exten sion of power by a reckless use ot the surplus, they are optimists of the first atcr, Hon to See a llullet'a l'lleht. Frm tht Ohto SUtU JftrntU, By saturating the bullets with vasoltna they may be eatlly seen In their course from tho rlllu to tho target, their trajec tory course Is marked by n beautiful ring of smoke, caused by the vaseline being Ignited on leaving tho innzzlo of the gun, tho smokobclns; suspended for some tl mo In nlr If not too wlndv Much better scores result whan grease of some kind is used; bullets are not so apt to split, the recoil Is not so groat, and It is believed the course of tin mis sile is more true. The Modern .llncuxliie IHIlnr. From Lift. Great Magsalne Kdltor We are veiy short of matter. Alt the great gener its, notorious politicians, famous lawyer, popular actresses, eminent physlolans ami prominent scientists seem to be too Lusy to wrlto fer us lust now. Assistant (meditatively) Perhaps we might get some articles from literary men. Great Editor Good Ideal I'll make a tour of the poorhoutcs to-morrow. A r.cinc (lame. Fiom Iht Si ImvU AteWir. Dr. Ueln, a Frankfort (Germany) inatbcmnticlan, calculates that two Sersons playing domlnoos ten hours n ay and making four moves a minute, could continue 118,000,000 years with outoxhaustlng all tho combinations of the game, the total number of which Is 348.88,211,&10! Figures never lie, but they sometimes tax our credulity to Its utmost capacity. m A Vlcoroua Infant. From tu .Vw J'tft IKtfM. The report that a window-glass manu factory In Pittsburg made a profit of over $1,000,000 last year leads a West ern journal to remark: 'That Infant has Kot pretty near to the weaning time." But Instead of weaning it tho McKlnley bill elves It more pap In-' creasing tbe duties over even the pre posterously hlxh rates ef tbe present law, 1 m i . i i l'enetratlne Power or Sunllclit, From IK4 SL Loult JUfnitU, Experiments by means of photo graphic plates in the Mediterranean Sea show that In the middle of a sunny day in summer the rays of the sun do not pen Urate the waters of that sea to a depth of more than ISO fathoms. In September the. distance penetrated Is ratteh reduced, the depression on the plaits at the above depth not being greater than that made by starlight in m The Ounce ot Prevention Fmu UU ioxistttf CturUr-Journai. The Xew York Institution for tbe treat meat of hydrophobia in human, beings hi well enough; but would It not be better to send Fhio himself there the mow ant he appears slightly uawestr Should anything be kit u the Fades! Treasury when the ItepuhHeaaa at done with it let it be devoted to sesuUag stir faithful and sags clous dogs to he setetujgealiy treatsd. Tbe Truth ur the Matter. iiim Ud ATgwaas VU TUmt. The good grandmother of Baby Me Kee is all right, God bless her, but the fact i ran tins that a lot of real estate bootners and oillce-holders gave lava President a twestty roota bouse, fur aiatMti with every thing f roan, a phttw lit a catv, ajtd that his trctMsTaaoi salt was Bstytreful to the Chtef Magistrate of sMM,8M ef people. A Problem Solv-ejI. IM IM -YiMl yetiSMU T4wsi BXmbWBW&wI wAsC WWetB OAUUJ M at spwwwwwsww. watww wwwwta twwmwjww "What Qimtlpaf ' M1lt)atMkiar gave It to ate-" Saseaim, 'itt 1st eetW . tit catcetw Jmmmd. s as e tnw ateia s t e s5 fiUaatwaaa axe ttelsw to haawta wtl TBryi rttVf rortr aWt ti attha ft58 thesl3P wlBBw-w wwB wwwwwws taBBenkw tswwtsaw at Uu rvuuad-v shuts ia tsteiaittth "wBw twwwwwwwwsatwwt twww ? Psw BW? S eSawnsietitS-wk It kaJwMb ?HW "atstpaaFBtPws wnp ttw w psawwwtwwwwr. tJSMISSED THE CASE. Jnrttp Milter's ItlenteetH .Tortrrrrent in the Ilcnn Asimnft Cristr. ''ThenVeltdatttitdlfmttsed." TmWe were the conclmUng remarks made hy Judge Millet In the Polio Oourt w AatuTday aflernorm tn the preftn-Hutotr-lnon caw. Thts deelston was otttf reac bed after a careful ronsfdetatlon of the tettimotiT ami a personal ertge exsmlnatlon of the wltnessee The teetlmmjy was of swh a conflrellnf mt tore that it was difficult to decide. "I do not nplrold," sM ht How, "that any officer has the right to dab or otherwise mistreat a prisoner, tn his capacity as an officer he Is supposed to exercise discretion. In this case evi dence Is produced that Hutchinson was a bad character, that he did on that or caslon and on previous occasions resist arrest. Had 1 been trying the prisoner simply as Samuel Hutchinson It wonld be very much different. Ilut such was not the ease. Officer Dean knew who he had to deal with. II? did not try to arrest him as an Individual who bad a record for resisting and beating the officers. It would be dan gerous for roe to decide otherwise. This officer Is on duty In a section where brave Offlwr Ctippen met his death only a slmit time ago ami where an officer's life depends on his exercise of discretion.' Lawyer Moss was very rmtcli com plimenled on his closing remarks be fore the court. Ite confined himself to the facts in the case ami avoided arons ing any feeling on account of the color line. Jtnltil Inc Permit. The following bulldlntf permits were Issued to day: F. It Windsor, to build a third story nnd make general repairs to stable 172fl V street northwest to cost $1,200. Win. Sturliltts, to make general repairs to 015 Seventh street northwest to cost POO. Plager A Acorn, to build a two story brick addi tion to lTSrl-K street northwest, to cost $1,000. George It, Arlington, to build four two storyirame dwenlngson Trini dad avenue, to cost $3,400. Get . The Best Is a eooU Mol'o to follow io burin a raeOI cine as well as In everything else. Hy the unlvsrst! tatltfAollon It bts given, anil by the marjT remarkable cures It bas nciom pllshed, Howl's gnrsapartlla has proven Itself unequaled for building up ami strengthening the system, and for all dle;os arising from or promoted br Impure blood. Do not ex periment with an unheard ot or untried arti cle which yon aro told Is "as good ns Hood's," bnt be sure to get only HoodV. WEAK AND TIRED. "Last spring t seemed to be runnlngdown In health, was weak and tired alt tho time. I took Hood's Bartapartlla and It dtd me a creat deal of good. Sty little daughter, IS years old, has tufiered Irora aerofula and catarrh a great deal. Hood's SamapArlllA did her more good than anything eUo we bare ever riven her." Mhk. Lqbisa Oonr, Can ottota, N. Y. Hood's Sarsaparilla Hold by all dmggiata. SI; six forSS. Pre pared only by C.I. 11000 ACOLowell,MM. 100 How due lliillur. OFFICE OP WO0DWAKD 4 LOTnnOl', Corner Uth aBd Ftts.n w. BED WSAIt DBPART318NT. Another invetee ef lleiwtlteked Uses tbeets, S by 9f yards, only tt per pair, Ilemttltshed tlsen Sbtett, extra qoalitv and faaey beattt itth, enly JKJO per pah-, US pairs Hemstltahtd Ltnta Ptllew Cattt, extra qaaHt j, wMsb we are eaTerlBg at the extraerdleary lew prises ef l.Hand ttper pair. Cotton Sheets, tises i by H yards. We, TSc, fta, Me sm ate totb. mmn brat yants,Eae, ate and 9oth. Sfctettratiteef Ufeli Ssade MMtkH,3ibr 1yT4, SI, tl.ttaad Sl.aseashi i by a rants, it.ttj aad SIJS task, gaatstfl fler. tyaHALJ IJ WITE SJtViBg. nittttw Bataa Btae atat StMttrlttthi Lhtsjtw awtnrtH hethw tests, M wK wasiwssBssI tewasi Passssal IfsstwwaV sssssssVT waste waT Iwtasssl. twwswwwwa www srwwwsa vwwws wwwrj wwwp wwaj jpwwwse 3weftwsk leHSstsstSBB t-aWeWSSS. OWBSbT WSWWt etwsT VastWel ittawt iaW wr in t mm, ASirtESlENTS." A LBAWJH'8 OB A WP OtgftA-HOrot), Hftjjry YveaMar at S IS, LftiOHT mth COMPAHY PKTIlNCl, (kjsmral aomtsswit... ...as tatjiti Reserved seats..- m atra vstrts e Week, MitAtw o nmxne. stun T XOytM MOTTO llALt, TUS8DAY BTKm!0,jrn.T 1 ISStt, Kngtgtmeat of Wtshtneton's Favorite Aeter, MR. GEORGE BUCKLER, In Bulwevs Greet nay, RICHELIEU; Ot, THIt COSSiriRACT, snaportefl by MISS BMMaOXK NBWTON tra hli! 5wb tfeeteffift tjtJBipadT twar tin manaetMBt rrf Mr. FRANK A ifAKMSON. AeSlHmn, nreWmi reserved seatVSO, ere. 7S atnj ft. s of iwits owns SATtJIt BAY,JOl,fit,at9oelork, at Omots. x ewe year wmlstton tiekets for eon pens, Ms&aiys . miiK HEOLIKN. tt the Orat at All Mnsleal tnstrnratet Deetnse It performs any maste orora a waits or a ballad to an overtare or a symphony mere beantltntty ami more nearly perfect than any other slosrle rsttrnment. Tbe Aeolian is net meebatireal, bat the manirmktlWn of tt Is so simple that a persos can lei rn to play It with from oee to three weeks practice. Tonr visit to see this la strament will be esteemed a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, MS TA. AVE., tole Agent for Ste'nwar and Other First' l laos t'lanos and Organ. EASILY EXPLAINED, 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 Hotly Uaby Carriage, upholstered la pluib. was SIS. KowllJ.. need Body Uahy Carrlate, plush apbolttery, watt!. Now IS. Ilattan Hody Uaby Carriage, pluh uphol stery, was ISS. Now tm Tt. Italian Hody Haby carriage, upholstered and top trimmed In pietti, wat JX.S0. Now W.J5. Heed Hody llaby Carriage, Broeatelle up helttoty, with paratel to matoh, was tM, Now SO,tO. Welt sell a No. te, Ceoper A MaKee.CUk Hefrlgerator, for 60 peeads ot lee, with doable shelvet, at titte. The prlee was ftt.10. We'll sell a Hall's popular Refrigerator, with tank for pounds ef Ice, for Sit, The Kite wat Jl l. A tU one of the satse ttafce for 51. And a lis one for SB. We'll sell a Haifa Hefrleerator, wlthrorae-lala-llEiU Tank for 10 pounds et Ite, In either oak or walnut, fer !. Tbe prlee was SIS. We'll sell a Hall's Rtfrlewator, with tank for 30 potusdt or lee, for Sit- The prlee was lie. Well sell an titgant Walnut Sideboard IU frlgeratar, wltb beveled mirror, for Sl that was Its. . We'll tell a No. S Cooper UeKte "Do naettle" Hef rlgtrater fer S that was 5 it. Mosquito Caaepiat merely a little store dusty well sell esasfdete, wltb Ftxtaret, for He. The BritUaat Orteatal Swarnar PortWre tbatvtwetMJO wapatdewn tegiss. As usual, everything we advertise has a value worthy all the prominence we give it, JULIUS LANSBURGH, TUUteeutU aud ft htreeta. THE NATIONAL SafeDeoositCo OP H'ASHISIGTOty. OtiMifsit ay gpsafal At ef QsngretJ. MMtUKY at, issf, at,KJWTKL, , , 934atysvtto IIP WIS sjje mm if uliuus. wit ktsifaa. mmm safes, mm$mt tt us. pptrMaiw ewihistiM, KxrrBsinvs. nVMt SATTONAI, StFMta JL will sire the wcond t it CTie if tv t ecnrsirni to mawam. Htrr. OB thr 'trnrrrr (BARISS MAOAI FTBR fn WBPNK8iAT BBVIS(. l IT 1 190 Itoat JSTri xthsrf at f 'A hnrp TlehetS, '0 cfnto, to be had of rrrm vrr sttaeboat )y j r rvnwitrm mkss bxcurrion Lirot,JBB, fceavrag WatMraton tv. si at it m p rr over the Chtsapeakeand Ohio to t'lnrlnnati. fndtantvmftt and chiiao. Then- to i,h CWtSt, SMI, over the rhlrigo, Bmlinston anl (pltwoy Kailroad PetnrnirB. toporjo rtty eaeh In Kansas City and St to-i A rente more beantlral and interetina f hsn any other at America Somber at ptttseagers will tie limit i Th-if ts ratrnt tmseenred on or betoro It r k SI Flit rates and ill laforwatlon irli es J. A. FlTSClt, Manneir, JJIS.St 614 F St n w ,tahlnB "" 1 C t St !! Ill -I I ,. QStOKD SBtRCT MOOrtLIGnT EX( rn WAtlllJTGTOS LIGHT INFAXTSV ' OI?l TO MATWHALL IIAU , TtTWOAY ETKW1NO, ,lt'LY 1' STRAMKH CHAR 1.18 MACALKSTER TJeliets B"B, lor ssle hy members and at btat IMOS1C BT SATIONAt, GITARI) EANU Jyti Boat leaves S-SO p. ra. - CIlBAr AND DBUOltTFt't. EXCl RSION-? TO THESE VIRGINIA BRACH ami OCEAN S1IOHI 1'AltK, On the Atlantic Coat 1IKERT HJRF BATniNO, BATH Hot SES BtEGANT 3IBALS, LAhUE, AIHY ROOMS, COOL AND SHADY PAVILION. sietmer aminos i.eary. Vomit. WedneMay. and Fridays, atsp m , rrom Seventh street wharf: and slimmer fi m 810R on Satardars at C p rn. (returning Mon day morning'). No 1-ROCND TRIP TO VIRGINIA I)F t ri orOCKANSHORB PARK, Including dinner at Para lintel, $4. No -Round trlr.,tm lnd Irg one day's board, one night's iodg'ne, ami one extra meal, SS. No a-Honndtrip, laeludlne one week's board and room, $10. HelMrnine. the Leary leaves rf Ik fi Tuesdays, Thnrsdays and Saturdays at 1 U The No. S tleket Is designed prlnclrally for thoe golpe Fridays on tbe lary nnd comln back ndays on the Excelsior For further Information eall atsteamerVi wharf or tclo thone. WILLIAM P. WELCH snpt Call, 760. July 7 ira BAY RIDGE, ON THE CHESAPEAKE, OPEN JUNE m. iaval Academy Band. FINBSfTMBALS. WNB6T ATTRACTIONS EVKRYTH1NO TUB HBST, Trains leave 11. A O. Eept t, week day 1) n a. ro lJOanilt.Mp. m. Snnlsys, 9'ila m., 10 aml3.lt p m Leave Hay ItWpe, week days, 0 30 and f so p.m. Sandajs, 6 ami 9p.m. Round Tiip Eckels - - $1,00 J.T ODKuL, Qenersl MantKcr, CnlAS. O. SC'l'LL, Gen'l Paisenser Agent. Jnlt.lf The Mount Vernon AND MARSHALL HALL STEAMBOAT COMPANY, On and alter JUNE f, 1890. the newlr nand ateel steamer, CHARLBS MACALESTER. will leave bw vibarf.foot ot SEVENTH at , for MOUNT VKItNON and MARSHALL HALL at follow- for MOUNT VERNON-Every day (except Saaday) at 10 a. m anil J 30 p. in .returning at 3 and V4i n. m. Paaaensera ean remain at MOUNT VERNON until second boat leaves If I tIBVitVW. HV. .TOW, UliI,SI,(UlilUltlDj( iWl" mlMlonto tlw Mansion and Grounds. Ele saat eafe ou Ihe boat Meals and lun hes erved promptly Mount Verton oulde Books can be procured on the boat, Par MARSHALL HALL bame as MOUNT VERNON Mbedule for week days. On SUNDAYS at 11 a. ra . S 30 and 6 p. m., returning at S.s.so and 9 p in. . On FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS, Special Moonlight Exeuraioiis down the river to INDIAN HEAD, tousblnic at MARSHALL HALL poire and returning, leaving Washloe ion at 6X0 p.m.. reaching ottyon return at 10 p.m. Meals and lunches at all times at MAR BI1ALL HALL Restaarant- Fare to MARSHALL HALL and return, S3 eeata on any trip; children, between 6 and U years, IS eeats. The popular and reliable steamer W W. CORCORAN will make her river land Inn at far down as OLYMONT, landing at MAR 6HALL HALL going and returning, leaving ber wharf dally texeept Sunday) at 10 a, m., .11,.., V..V., .V,!...! ,.. C, lrn.1 ...t,.. .1. remrBiBg at p. m. uouaa inp, as cents. DMHuay inpeoi mu tv w. tuunjiia.i io MAKH11ALL HALL will be announced vteekly. fc'o adverliseBMBts. Fvrebarten of iteasiers MiCALESTBR awl OIRCOHAN for either MOUNT VERNON er MARSHALL HALL apply tu L. L-11 LA KB, Captsla, on tteaaur Ju9,tr EIIUOATIONAL. rjlHE NORWOOD IN3TtTUTE. i.xtrtu(rei a pritafs UUtr: "la rtdy to yaar request for ray advice a to a scud sbol for your daughter, I can with (K fid Awe reeocaEBead Mr. ad Mrs Cahett'a Norweod iBMitate, Io Wagblngtoa. D. C. The atasdard of tcholarshlp there l btsb, the lattructtoa thorough and the inaa eBCetgood. L. Q. C. laniE, Jutttee V. S. Supremo Court." The Mbfiol etwee Seot. SO. au2-d Asll SUJISIKIt KBSOItrS. HOTEL LAFAYETTE, CAPE MAY N J.. i-iimn mod ataalBQ guests. OpeaaUthtt Tear. Omtifcwa aatl aa water free baths Be te ett. Tbe taeot sunuoer awl waster tasert eat be ouast Hoaie within W teat el tho MUf. JAMS8 & 3TEFFNSS. rteasrttiutS. Ja.lin Oifsciecj f Lawfefs aid Law Flfts. QA38LLCAlWiii'rON, Af-fOWtTY-AT-LAW. Mt a street aartkwaat, Wtshtngtrin, D C. Weatter Law BatUle. SiswsawtawsBwsW wttaa K awVA aaatarthwilit Wt WBSW. AVtQWWii 1MB OOVWiMLUOm. tWUftkHreet, Wuiuuxox. D. 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