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THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 15,1890.
L f c ' rl'HB DAILY CRITIC and c MTrxt jPle Onlg Democratic Dnily r&prr Pub Uihednt Washington. i m miii - ' SX1RY AXBttlftO rttitt iTAitiroM oniric conr5i. CFFTCB: & 0 STftsttfT 0RtMWf , wAMiwwrw CITY, o. By man iumxn wrenaM, i year. ... " " Ibwbib.. Cavtiett fB tan ORf 1 iMOBtk THBOKITIC. MSB Street, WMMMINt S. C. mhh MiMMBMWUil ii iiiiiiiirtniiwnii m i Mrin ET THE PARTTCfl.ARS ' The aeteTtfon ttwTtbe oppowmu of He Atkttnoa Hellroal Mil are hostile to the material Interests of Washington 1 ss Impudent m It is nntrne. It In a Irrrmrfent and m untrue as the cognate assertion that the ml too a ten of feat Mil nre animated by nothing nut rievmkwi In those same Interest. The fact is that toe opponent of Ike Mil an jn as Anxious as Its friends are to do what i ver ma; be needful for the rrjmmerdal good of the elly and the convenience f the traveling public. They are not ready, however, to accept the railroad company's definition nt the case or to permit that modest concern to select iust those pieces of pnMk ami private 1 roperty wbloli it may choose to eon hitler lwllpesWe. In a word, the question It whether the railroad com pany or the cltlxcns shall decide in a matter Involving tlie city's welfare. All this talk about the necessity of terminal facilities, alt this noisy protes tation of solicitude as to the commercial happiness of Washington, is the most transparent and Impeillnent evasion. Kobcdy wants to deny the Pennsylvania Ilallroad Company any terminal facili ties that maybe reunited. The oppo sition insist, simply, that those facilities ."ball be Incited with at least as tntiob leftrence to the public welfare as to that of the railroad company. And now, since so much has been mid about the company's tender regard for the business community. Its yearn ing anxiety to handle their freight at the least possible cost to them, would it tot be well to inquire Into the com riny's past and present record in tint itm" What effort has the company ii .t'e to cheapen the transportation ami t e de'Ivery of freight to its patrons in tl Is city? And what are. at this mo tutt. the exact details of the syi tun ly which the Pennsylvania Kalirnad Company deals with tbe mer i untile public of Washington? Tbesn nu nil Important ami Interesting mat ins We suggest that Mr. Anderson r Mr Hemphill take the trouble to tall on a few merchants at random, 1 ck at some of their freight bills, scru tinize tbe plan on which drayage is dne Is Washington and, generally, Hoalyxe tbe question in Its practical, t very day aspect. If they don't accu mulate material for some vety pointed rtmarks, we shall be greatly mistaken. "IIIQIIBST SOCIAL CHICLES." In the exposure of the young rascal, White, the "society" writers for the pros Wad occasion to display their opu lent Ignorance of the subject with which ility profess to be especially familiar. Tbtte has scarcely beeu a report of White's rascalities which did not con tain the statement that be had figured in tbe "highest social circles," or was a "society swell," or something of similar Import ami sigalfteanee. The reader of average infor mation as to Washington society iculd hardly fail to derive the Imuran sicn that White bad been sought after crd caressed by the most exclusive set hue, that he was the darling of tbe In rtx tetirit, that tbe haughtiest dnfffing roB.sin town flew open at his ap proach. And yet we venture to assert that 1b those social altitudes which he Is u presented as having frequented, While was never even heard of until he ggnred in the local criminal record a day or two ago. It is quite possible that be may have J t vJl the parlors af some gentiestea Llgh ia the public service. It Is one of tie misfortunes incident to oflklal Hfe ttat these safeguards and defenses wlun the private eitiaen employs e&n xctateag'sbe Made available against ai'ieelutets and impostors such as W bile. There way be truth, thereto, in tLestatesnent which has been nan4e lU effect that White had achieved ,uai-footing is on or lw hopee LUi's fcnin and there, the head of which being insasessed in aWtlai earee nuld not give to appUcanii f of reeog r. it kn the sente scrutiny as k taercfaad ) y those whs snake society their eiclu me can. Bat these ie natklagia the . se to warrant the absurd gabble ia which tbe reporters hve Indulged 'Umstlves, and we eater aurpMtest gajt ttewanlesiliy and iniacasewMM ptopi.iisrtea Wsthiijfton tweiesy" kn to ftttfer a ttt deal at the hand of writes wsw . rdtmke to describe It for Use laelacts 11..H of reader In nr passji of the . i ustry, asui wo, 1st a ass jatisy erf eases, know aoahJMf wi cie ieM atooitt tse uus. Ye ak bold toaajr thai Waeh ugios secaety peotier, wsjksi, aa we .LJtrstsL 1 it, ie cwuHmtad of the i-cuple who Msueily live bete nsv u.nai:y can batst of as ituscs) utHl Mri-aC good ft)eU, CUMWW M ntcB,ci;t iu the jef 4 aMTiMtr .apttaJ -i iutioia)is hs law wkL it u juUuti.'usij ibw to Bfcutef It af a u.ub f irsk. pftiAdis D4 SW- bus .iviu jvm to vuiger uitogiartai, ibe lai.'Liii; uocit of geuUvtolhe and Mh , . i iji Xne, Lfc. bMsttalanA ii u-vi iue iw jfarit i. feparhs :tt --Mr A jLAU.a.lmr, iu U c es Sf vux weUium 'lmistcaes, t-.ss i-J-igj it wt i.4taw tusav teatagMkl4aai ,.i iit xuuhmi ua been wtuijal to Sf uoinLic. -iiJ Oicu Jtvoctes se to the Lcutt .l v A uic ijjuwwiisw in teste ring iiuk-Ki .uy look..' hm nmMtti tie ., l-- "-- LiuuebcetibtiicaAue iitn i. an t-c u.n,umis -itui ititjBi-e4 t L ii . : -v .l-i.i U4U WUbMM wwer . i tit' Tbis aj t be -tMiMt u.-UktWt the Sfcwun im tfte ww . i u bvniLAtui uiu ucnetesi' ir nci'ri'fifi c I'thcdftVf irt-oi t n rrttil if ni.tit of pri'i er'y, i' w'itl t nvp a gor.il rtrat to to trttb the pMieral ctsespne's that wonlrt rewll.'" TBt tifat r-trmrrnt of W. Ixwtt SSh ttnivnrs if make a area AM' of Wewt WrttMimn'a r rseotA, of eonrw, to Wat tert"stttscrdlt, tltf aareastfeiinjr m the fart ttist he ran an army newspaper, ttjstt eal of ebastug the eweest, amt ae more familiar wttfi the nwuMf of a Wash inetofc pfese tha wnh the rott of battle. An extract from tbe Qltibc-PtmorrnCi artlete lll aespfy ttliwtrst tike anWaws of that patiet: ciiattaawMie fett. The nan eiHee tmA fmstveii s)aejgev awl r-ompotoe tefe rH(t" htttiaw earn it. Thevrrtifw! w ctoriet btwav of lokont Moimtata, aw the battle of Cb!ekamtaca ftmgta, t'tlwMi nwa the etter M- of the m mtrtafa and trocee4el to at ent tie paper hr tT aratjfs anny naeftenef! to watter nn rtntcWH and felt back and fell Mr aid etltlcIsH nntn the atr and "m1 ''-'-' n & tratmta. 0e momma the manaeer of ttte rarer fetettwl a httef meme fntn Bnei't tieidiartef. It notlBsd Mm that froi th date the wrvtees of B'j Wsttr w a e li tor of tie nmst be otaoensed with ror rt llltary ra!t A wrnnttheptniirusme In he wa thown hts dtsenanw. "Does sny one else know of thta"' he aakeri. The Manager replied that he hadn't sh jwn the orOer to aaibody. Keep It nnfct. then." raid Watterwm. "If II mis ont that I'm not connected with the tttbtt I'll he eeoMrliited tnte the areir m nf teen minntes alierwant. Keep It qnlet mstlt 1 what t can do " Ae.. ,, ,e. The Meaef Mrnry Watleraon'sbetngsnb rct to rot acriptlon Is abont as honest anil happy as the general intent ami Implication of the article. The faet Is that Watterson was ntterly nntt for military service by reason of tbe affliction of almost complete blindness and tliat no surgeon would have received htm nnderanvclrcuBtstances. It was on this account, and because his ser vices In any other capacity wonM not awl roll M not be accepted that he accompanied the army as a seml-o fflctal printer and Jour nalist. The ( Usee- Itemnttm tries to make It appear that be afTeeteil journalism to es cape military tetvfee. Nothing could be mete malignant awl menttscions. ftsroHT. iosii5U to multiply that Heed makes a tpecialty of snubbing ami snppretslng Blaine. We do not think, howevertliat Iteeil has reached that stage In his official growth at which he becomes eligible for sueti a performance. Mr. Dlalne, even In private life, vroutd be n muili bigger man than Itenl in any official pcsltlon wbslsocTcr. Ills personality would tie more Interesting and Influential, his utterances more Important. Heed Is growing, we admit. lie swells more every day. tint It Is one thing to be blotted and snother to ho great, and that Is Just the difference rctweeii Itccd and Blaine. HOTEL ARRIVALS, Mttnittart- Charlss Bsneillct, Con iisetlcut; A. J Stoee, New York; Jntin K, TMr and wife, Warrsaton, Va ; U. K. I'lckard, Alabsma; (I. 1'. L'roweJl sad wife, Bnetrot Ajres, 8. A. A'(ii(itm Alex. (;smpbell. West Vlr lnl; T. W. Spang, lnchburg, I'h i W. K. lole, 1'otUvllle, !.; Kobert Alsxsmter, Jersey city, N. J.: lllram Youug. York, r.,.f. W.Urefg, J. Wise Hurton, Vfrwel li'st. W. Va.ieditwrs' tj.trtiriou party from rennsvlvanla, M msmber. Ht. ,nt N. A. Brooki, Ihewood, N. J.; S. 0. Whlttsker, Philadelphia; M. V. Stinsen, Coneord, X. II.; J. 6. (Ismltrill, Krla, Tenn.; Max Gorreeht ami J. Mitch ell, New York; Sam Smith, Brooklyu; (ieorce J Cutter, Philadelphia; W. A. Smith, Orace K. Framsll, (Irace . Smith, Hnrrteburg, Pa. Hillnrtfi Oeorne W. Coltnan, Bultalu, N. Y-; J. Kdwanl Dghtoe, 8jrfiu,.N. Y.; L. B. Pollard, Bosfaw. Higgt John Paul Jones. J. K. .Mac Coll, Pantmjbet, R. 1.; E. M. Mill, Ilttsburg, Pa, H'crm(t' Kdmuad Alton, New York. WAim (JbarlM Msngsr, Drooklyn; ilirolil Boeuey, New York; George A. Hlecksro, I'hilijelplila. .'orMtuuUJo. II, UsGrangeaad Miss Ilelsn DeGrsage, New Orleans. Jrlito4iK. W. Paeksr, NwJhhji; L. J. HeeTtz, New York; A. .V. UurUak, Boston; John Miller sihI Aaron VamluWII, New York. J'MM Harvey II. Umout, Dulnth, Mian., James Andrews, AUsgbeny City; Hon. lUclaiola Q. Uarvey, St. Mary's County, MT; C. O. Sbarne ik1 0. P. Hol Mabacli, IlttsbnrK. I'a.: J. h. Truslow, Jr., and J, KoWmou, New York; J, A. Ilarper, Itttsbnie. ' XttHaM-I. J. Trails. & O. Mallkwd, New ork ; Hon. John G. Sawyer aad wife. New Ywk; Hon. II. A. 0H.MSM and wife, NewYerk. PERSONAL, Sir. Harrison has received a present of a silk quilt. Truly this is the present Administration. 3116 Louise Imqgene Gulsey, tbe poetee. thinks nothing of walking twenty mllce on her poetic fapt. Pfovldeaee, n. I., has a ftxaale pas tor in the person of Mrs, Anna Gnrian Spencer, wha bee charge si the Sell Street Chucb. Mre. DeMa Orees of Ilrooktyn Is owner and master of tbe sehoosver Oregon, and is said to be the oeiy woman who is master of a tea gohag vessei. Sarah Bernhardt says that whenever she has a at of anger it is availably followed by sickness, and the wonder is, tberefere, that Sarah Is not bed ridden all the time. Five members of the Ilavesftever fam ily have insured their lives for f 100,000 each. The policies were written by two afeate, and the Joint commissions will amount to ett,tJ0. Justice Stephen J. Ptahl Is the poor eat man in dollars aad cents on the Eutuaiaa Bench, and yet he Ie astral removes ftoja beieir hard up. Iris real desvee Ie esse of the ineet ia Wishlngtne Ex Ptneiiuuter Oeaetal Jne sympa thjosee with the striking Losulos post sen He says they are greaUiy wider paid, rewdvieg less then half the pay of Kew York poatmee, aad they are com pelled to do muca more work Another woman who has made her mark as a lawyer U iljtg, Ada Bbsiw binder of Utceuls. Keb, ike has tssed mftr cases beir the Supreme Gwsst o Hebrasks and has aot bjat oav Warr LVMcOt ndl v of Dtroftt wi Sa agpMlttai Ia3jMliV 111 aaftttan la.hV sssnisi" snBpas-r- w sp-BsnaaF atpid A IMMIAsfsw 3ii WeWjisiwl la aery nook- weFseseened fsont caseaess SBJHHSi I sssadsaa; far a siaeJe kks. " ay Jaj saPa P" , vsaa ssihbv ansaa aaa Miu SOB- Q&M BatMftl sBata WTisBiJEMsaaT ska sfsafsak 11 shams. "O Team, foioa lnlass tmlass nrrii'- k ian Hiuuji fgUiSl net rural is MaSlaTi lueti. 3m aewaas nmaas A.MBeeHa Has Mr AMILMLKIS, nrfitsenee' t Alltih". "Mhjwss" by the Ioiot Oaerft Coafmfiy MM nieht . th bneftf Mg ofNlk houee on the mail very oartatMy cMM fet bo cvercise of tire vlfWW Wttfc the iamct Company. It m as frw. airy and enjoyable throughout M the wMMtering aephyrs from the White Lot that strayed in to cooi the atmosphere of tfca great auditorium. It w, wot over, a legitimate Ollftert and 8rrtHvan production, undiaflgured by any of "the Wise () sas and modem instances" wherewith the latter-day comedian is so proem to believe he can Improve upon both playwright and composer. The wetty operetta, with Its quaint humor "and melodious phrases, Will be sung and admired when the ivstbettc craw It snttHftiri hall have been long forgotten, mve as it is presented tu fame by tire longhaired poets, the fiery dragoons, ami the twenty lovesick mafctetn in their clinging robe ami iMtCMfehlttg atHttiles of tills mt happy ami amusing concert Mfca Lamnnl. If we remember rightly, marie her operatic dtbnt at the JJational Capital in the title rob, and with such success that it is mfflctent praise to say she still sings ami acts it with the same sweet net and grace. Last night the cast and chorus iu sooth all looked ami sang their prettiest; the Xnrfjr AngtUt (Miss Ilanfey) in a curious cross between a Greek' gown and n modern pull back, the Ori 8pkir (Miss Ilutredge) eracefnl and garlanderl, and the trfe ! (Ma Sella linker) massive and melodious, ami reedy to tackle a bass viol or a "fleshly" twet with equal facility ami vigor. The linnlhornt of Sir. Do Lange was one of the cleverest crea tions, ami at no point overlapped the bounds of humorous eeed taste. The admirable voices of Jlr. Wilson and Mr. llrodertck Were heard to fine advantage in the songs of ArthihtM Grtmener and (Ml ortti Ctlrriy ami their acting was much above tuc standard we have some times encountered in these refer. Sir. David's Saccharine tenor proved, of course, an essential ingredient In tbe concerted numbers', some of which, notably the pretty sextette and choral, Were very creditably given. The audi ence was a good aud cerlninly a very good-natured one; and, while It will doubtless lnciene in numbers through tho wick, It can hardly Improve lrt ap preciation and unthusiasm. BEoiFwiTlfTHE oIlLD. There I) Where All Attempts lit He ro rm Count, from M All TribxHt. Thotc interested in works of philan thropy nml reform reallae today how necessary it Is to begin with the chil dren, and some are of the opinion that It Is worse thau time waited in in.uiy Instances to attempt to do anything for those maturely hanleiied and degr.tded. "Hut Tew realize hnw hard It is to do nuytblng even for the little ones." a woman said tho other day, who lus bttt for years tailoring In the cause of religion and philanthropy amon the tenement poor of the city. "I remem ber one day," she continued, "when n little brother aud sister came from the slums to one of our free kindergartens. The boy was (1 years old, his sister 3 years older, and just the same as sisters all the world uver. She seemed to tako the greatest pride in the bright little Jcllow. " 'Ah, SHckey's the boy ' she ex claimed, as she draw the little chap up In front of tho toacher. 'Why, he knows all the cuss words now, don't you, Mlcfcey?' The youthful reply was proof positive of the truthfulness of the proud sister's assertion. " 'Come here, my dear,' said the teacher, anxious to change the subject. 'What are you going to be when you're grown up r "What 'ml goln" to be when I'm growetl I I'm jus' goln' to be a tough; dat's what I am. An' den,' said he, hie big eyes Hashing with a baleful light, won 1 1 baste de old woman ami turn ber out de house ? Youse bet I will.' Little titter looked prouder than ever. "Hut the teacher sighed. A child of 0, with its ambition already formed. And what an object in life I To be old enough to beat bis mother and turn her out of doors. "With such little poor, hardened hearts do we have to deal, and some times it seems to us that we never can tlnd the way to awaken in them tbe slightest consciousness that, there U such 4 thing as good in the world. Hut the teacher would not give Mlcksy up, little twenty-four Inch high tough that he was. though the task was most dis couraging. Finally one day the Incor rigible youngster was found seated on the floor, with both arms clasped around tbe leg of a piano upon, which one of the teachers was playing. There was a different look In Mickey's eye from tbat day, and when on another occasion some one gave him a bunch of tillles of the valley, and smelling, he exejatmed lhat somethln' was slagln' a song with hie neee, we felt, said the narrator, 'lhat tbe harmony of God'a pausteaiul G Oil's fragrance had smoothed the rough and stony pathway to Mickey's heart." Tbe atoilem Way. PfM PUCt. Mrs. CotUmbaok Tblsbeok for boys saye the way to succeed in this work is to do two dollars' worth ef work for one dollar. Mr. CotUmbck Ureat manufacturer) That writer to way off. The way to succeed U to hire toes tedotwodotare' worth of work for out dollar, and than form a trust aad soil U for 4ye doUaia. Itcsd'a aiut LIbosIb' ItepW!lauUf. from Ut DujOH Tiu. X goveraaaeat "of the people, by the neopic. tat the people," as Abraham Uncola put It, does sot rnntotsHsUla Federal supervisors backed by bto yrtg aad dspMty naarsaass aratsid wHh dubs aiWl 4toi5 iwaiw. X. ffinflifl forft Bftflllhlsaf iBfasM fiAlH&ft til Itt aws"" m aiasajF swwanawai"P jss'ssaB' ww saaw a different tbiitji & tM HeatuMifan btau of thfttinft Lincoln. t 1 4 OQIelfiATM) PHTT-OHOPWlet He ssood by the fenee ol a awMsaaatn ranch, A pttttel, saa-tyed burro; these wasn't a eilitrfs leaf er branch, And the eh3f gmaad ?or UliliM tfOUod UaA r&iBa iflm b! fnirtiar tt r-:-r -, r . ' .ijd.jj ui'a ual Jaw ao. BotlU taaaendlesi 'nmv a-jaT-T-ii r yssaaasiw ''Tansjajaajr, j j j)--j w i W jW sail snw WbTW SBK HPp: "I can go dy uu i Ab vm& aa ft fiiu ihswltiwt avuekeaa null ue uJ s cbaaga 'isifl He's a mesderluj l: soxiowf ui hurte, tMjpMd saii ffH st i'Vjnan tern ?t1t t Hf tiaetreaud fi Vut aacaSaos oaV Itg ahe bousaiasl siias ef tiuAkm. TM ate oum) uet ataast wb gJsate J la aulUl ititttLA lOj aVItll "' -3. tslTNJsd flay, hot they've X ol bay tiny kss cr hass tsareed to ruatJbl ( tuirUi i' SlU'i in C'iilMfUUtlii. tarfhgeaa 'la IW aaMaamJaWswaV' BBBBBaaaMTaJiliTKBWaaljBBBl " WW Wt rUMW A CALL TO DEMOCRATS. HOIST TUB BCtOACRMElTO OF THE lhat the Jilrlt I)yTbe CTceH t the Itemeratr6 l'firlr-8hmwl J. TtlrteifB Ateeesi. The followlttt h an extract from a speech delivered try the late Ssmttel J. TIMen at the IfeV Ytwic Dwwcratte State Convention at Hoafceshu m 1871: "The Democney lvtMres to ght aetw the battle agHt eeMtntttsn and corraplkMi to which it wm fftst led by Tnorna Jefferson in the imUon and by George Clinton in the State of Xew Tortt. "Tho eqalilbrinm of ottr wkote pollil cal system ia in danger of being over thrown ami a despotic ami corrupt centralism established. The whole value of the arrangement by which our world Is kept in its place in the silar yMf m ia the balance between the op posing forces. It would matter little t us which of these forces should be al lowetl to prevail. If the centrifugal tendency should dominate our planet would shoot madly into tbe malms of endless space, far away from the source of heat ami life, until every lining thing urwft Its surface wn.ild perWt. "If the centripetal lomlencr should prevail (be earth woiihl nis'.'t with In conceivable velocity toward the sttn, until It would lie engulteri In the burn ing mass. So It Is with the adjustment of powers between the ."tate ami Fed eral Governments; disunion aud cen tralisation ate equally fatal to good government. Disunion would generate thecentrallimof military despotism In the separate States; centralism attempted on areas ami populations so vast would break the parts asunder, ami fill our continent, as It has filled every other, with rival nations. "Our wise ancestors devised the only system possible to avoid these opposite evils. They formed a Federal Govern ment to manage our foreign relations, to maintain peace and unity between the States, and to administer a few excep tional functions of common interest; and they lett the great residuary mass of governmental powers (o tho Stntes. "The creed of tbe Democratic party Is comprised In two ideas: First, to limit as much as possible all Govern mental power, enlarging always and everywhere the domain of Individual judgment and action; secondly, to throw back the Governmental powers necessary to bo exercised as much as possible upon Ilia States and the locali ties, apptoacblng In every case the In dividuals to be aflected. "These Ideas dominate over tho Democratic parly, and find in it their best repretcntntlve. The opposite Ideas to meddle with everything properly belonging to the individual, and to cen tralize all fcoverutnenlnl powers ex press the timkncles of tho Republican party. "Under this Inspiration Hie Federal Government Is rapidly seising upon all the powers of human seclely. It lias assumed to regulate the suffrage, and threatens to tako the control of all elec tions. "I oppose centralism because It Is In compatible with civil liberty. "I oppose centralism because It creates an irresponsible power, and an irresponsible power It always corrupt. A government ruling all the affairs of Individuals and localities, from the At lantic to the Pacific, from the great lakes to the Gulf of Mexico, would be the most incompetent for what It would undertake, the most oppressive, the most irresponsible and the most corrupt government of which history affords any example." nil Juillllca tho Mean, r far .Y Yett TiHviti. It will he seen by our Washington dltpatchea that the committee named by the Republican caueus of Senators has substantially agreed upon a rule which will authorise the majority of the Senate to put a stop to useless ami merely dilatory debate. The conserva tive element among the Republicans Is, of course, averse to such a radical change of procedure, but the "sacred nesa" of long usage is plainly Insuffi cient to justify the retention of a policy which puts the control of business in the hands of a long-winded minority. The times are ripe for a change, Ilio Democratic Urcstt, Vw A A'w IV Tune. The creed of the Democratic party is comprised In two Ideee: First, to limit as much as possible all governmental power, enlarging always and every where tbe domain of individual judg ment am action; seeondly, to throw back the governmental powers necessary to be eereised as mueti as possible upon tbe States and tbe localities, ap proacblng in every ease the individual to be affected. . Outgrowth or Chronic Hta, Tbe Federal Election bill In iu des potic effects is more far reaching aad oppressive than any other measure ever brought before Congress since tbe days of leeonatructioB. It ia tbe bastard offspring of minds diseased with a loag continued case of ebrosde bate agaiast tbe Southern people. Dangex Lie la Tbat Step, JVeu las TWeeV Mtt, Tbe passage sf the Federal fflaoJian bill will eternally dona the HepuhWaaa party. That is morally eaeteja. The lawless act may not uiecoed at the polls ths lime, but it is s had tldikg to Uiae with. Anarchy aad wnwHthy lie ia th pathway of auea oaliafaoaj plot ting igainat Use freedom of te Ameri can republic. What TUey .ire Uwa Far. ks Uu fetffjlnnf faajimf If he (Seo Ilawlej-) aad other Hs tMatstoan Raaaiors thjalc tbe katt anav canslhae of taaaeovewein thaw will, a coaiae. try to Jsaasoea it That is what they are there lei to do their Mfi W- waw gMag the eouatry not only food Isehjlloa, out is Beet XUy At IHt Jmm Uu a res am towtJuMoTbsf put itTMnoj.1111 MJM "ffajnosv toft." se 4mt wt? ftaHHia-rYee. ttaTaaBTlisliilMfais?al T amMtUUa tllrtiTn b MsiKIL lla liflsBtMlA tsBBBBttRta UH cUi4 W4ieiW Cfittft. - i-. r -r-wr Jbreei las asGaehsad msa. Doel TlaPtaJstw ftMst wWk to beeak aa Am teas) hi SaatManr BaM at tho fePstfJ WTIiisb m WMMHi thjat wada have eacat "Bay aa" ninifi iTiTiM nAHfj fe5dtnX WiU b tie nibi either I'll sbs li aa fercely aj I eeP aWsr 1 Y wit's1 Gate i Of ciwy Jkll &feSt4t rgjT" alsM it m I IHafHiJ atfUHi. I WsatsttJatf tstUHUEaH BTIsJstff -ill-Is tM A FRIEND OF BYRE'S. He Was a Man tvrw Uttm Ills Whole T.I re. At dpfrii aa ol m his death bed eBfcsed to lrH rMaa Ml twe boat tlmt ran dow tlNi Artel ki Julv, Mi. Trelawny was Ami? convinced of the truth of this story, n totd mc tlwrt be personally bed mmr sMMed the fact that Sbellev's ntpt was run flews ia the hope of ftsdlsf Byn's dollars on board. "The death of tbat obi scoundrel confirms the justice of that view," he Trewwny may be said to fva llvttf every day of his long Hfe. unltfe most veterans his sympathies did not perish in his prime. His ml ml was not forever recurring to the "old days,'' w hose manners and customs aw sup posed by elderly persons to have been so far superior to those of our degen rate times. An expansive Intellect kept him In touch with the later develop ments in literature, in science and in art, while tbe consistency of his strong, independent nature preserved him from the baneful effects of senile bigotry. He delighted in the works of Swinburne and of Darwin, ami we have seen what he thought of ltoehm as a sculptor He was not too much of a Liberal to lie blind to tire merits of Mr. Disraeli, whom he described as "a great man di recting the impulses of a stubborn coun try." He told me tbat he sat next to Mr. Disraeli at the llyron meeting. "Disraeli asked me to say a few words in favor of the object we had met to promote I told him tbat I would have spoken before, but would not speak after him, as I considered his speech had covered the whole ground. Dls raelt said he would like to call upon me, ami asked where I wasltvlng. I did not wish to bring him so far out of tho way for nothing, so I told him that my home is at Worthing, thus avoiding the prospect of a Visit." The same spirit that had prompted Trolawny to assist the- Greeks in their struggle for Independence caused him to rejoice at the Unification of tho Gor man Empire whose brilliant victories consolidated the strength of a nation tbat had long Buffered oppression. Ho was roused to indignation by tho pro tests of the Hanoverian Kingdom, which he describes as "a petty province set ting up its soltlsb pretentions in the f.icc of Inexorable destiny." TIlFcOUOH. A Itooin UOnlj-llnir I'lirnlnheil With ont One, Frm M Hertm TratiUr. A toom without nootiah of some sort Is only half furnished. Life Is full or tips nnd downs, nnd all that saves the sanity of the mentally jaded and physi cally exhausted fortune-lighter Is tho purfodlcal good cry nnd tho momentary loss of contcloutncss on the upstairs lounge or tho old sofa In the sitting loom. There are times when so maiy c-f ibe things that distracts us could be straightened out and the way made clear If one only had a lone comfortable couch on whose soft bosom ho could throw himself, boots and bruins. stretch his weary frame, unmindful nf ttdltis and tapestry, close his tired eyes, rcbt the tension of his muscles, and give bis harasted mind a chance. Ten minutes of this toothing narcotic, when the head throbs, tho soul yearns for endless, dreamless, eternal rest, would make the vision clear, tho nerves steady, tho heart light, and the star of hope shine again. There isn't n doubt that the longing to die Is mistaken for the need of a nap. Instead of the Immortality of the soul, business men and working women want regular and systematic doses of dozing, and after a mossy bank In tbe shade of an old oak, that succedlng Junos hnvo converted Into a tenement of songsters, there Is nothing that can approach a big sofa, or a low, long oouoh placed in n corner, where tired nature can turn her face to the wall and snooze or sleep nway tho gloom. SAVED BY A DOG. A I'ltce of Wonderful CbiiIbo lntalll ceoce, tYtm Mr iMau ;i(uW. A direful accident to six men on a band-ear, near East Helena, a chert time ago, was only averted by the In telligence of a dog. A largo New foundland dog was in the habit of fol lowing the men ontheirdaily trip down the road, and, like all dogs, It was am bitious to keep up with its masters. One evening, when tho men were re turning from work, tho dog took the lead ami there was a splrltoil race. Tbe animal was only a short distance ahead, and, Instead of leaving the track and falling in the rear, kept going at great speed. Tue men sever thought of danger till the car rounded a curve and oame sud denly upon a long trestle with tbe dog no more than twenty feet ahead. He did not realize the danger until he came to tbe trestle. The men were berror sticken and expected to bo thrown from tbe track and perhaps killed. The intelligent dog knew the danger instantly. It flattened itself between the ties and tbe ears passed safely over without rutHieg a balr. It was the most remarkable piece of la teillgeBee ever exhibited by a dumb animal It could not go forward; to stand still was death to the dog as weM men. It was too late to Jump, so the Intelligent animal crouched aad saved its own life as weli ae the moa oa tbe car. ' - '" Slurrlace LIcbd. Permits to marry were teeoed today to George Andrew netehor and Marl Ilawkias, Taonaas T. Jlurpby and Haaaah M. Hurley, Henry h. Wtteajt and Mary 15. Warner, all of WanhtK toi), D. C , John A- Bedford anS Florence B Graves, both of Birhnaona. Ye,, John Lash of Wadoboro Manor ad Tttik M. Joy of Washington, D, C ; Denkl FlaW of Cincinnati, Ohio and Minnie Julius of Washington, D. C. ; Andrew Ferguson and Annie 0. Moore, both of PrWe George's Cooniy, Hd-, Will A. CfeuKer of WatjriaSiL B. V. and AnguMa Oakley of Saneaab Cni A IflttJsUtt tatidt-Ugf, TJlflsaat nanaaafanaanasttaW r ' jasmsmw t BBHsenan ajsanaBwaapsaanjp could not be detected, was hajane Judge Mtlkr this morning. Tny triad Faenen. Italian, finaitea. Xaadispt ajfvweidna on bin without a t anle to ae much aa pad out Mi ansae- The Court sent to Use Tushjeh Legation for an interpreter, at Use ih efcomed nMfbt traces of being a Twa in tite wsTaBiinif the peddler and nn gli were ordered below. Tbe ttftim committal by the nan ia ibW" srtrh Qaft& & nnCflW f nBbtsaSnTAaMt lMUH ninUanWbA IMsf Louise Huldrow, daugbtor of Aliisajt bectetary MuldroirTot to- JStfCNT I1?fytfTIPfff. blsf WMUM&l nQM owl sjntwl Ssr'mnVi r 1, end waU nntaahiy naf an esienooa vmm u wssaingsoe. feseuMiix 0MdiMiid a,iinson 'fuiir sj, Juij' XL Boat Ml w Manns santiUi ajRanee at 9Ui mi 13S1 Feuasjaisawa Me sne. Nv tU (.'baiOl- HotittJ-U-iii, $U TaU IcuVta B A O StatltiO tU M) s Ci. t in -Luioptf and u sotr w tne jnWl uWxow was srconipaasnl oa hr BBBBllannaal dai bo gnniai and baak. W.Vj LlmZkW& MOULDERS OF PUBLIC OPINION. rennsjlTrtnla lrdltorn nrt Their Wives on an ltxetiraien. The Feniraylvsnla EdlWrial Men tlon anived In tbe city tbfa artfltftox Shout 2 o'clock over the PemMylvwia Hallway. They came with a special train of Pullman coaches, and they speak in the highest terms of the man ner in which tley were treated by te company. Arrangements had been made for the entertainment of the excursionists at the Kfttfonsl Hotel, ami the party, which la compwed of 100 genMemon and ladies, had their rooms already as signed to them when they reached the hotel. Some few ot the party scattered around among friends ami went to other hotels. The editors and their wives will de vote to day and to-morrow to taking In the sights abont Washington. Many of them think that tbe time allotted for their stay In this city is rather limited, but they will Improve the time to the best ad vantage. There will be a reception this even ing, and to morrow the White House, the Capitol, the Smithsonian Institute and some of the Departments will be visited. In tbe evening tho excursionists will take the steamer for Norfolk and Ohl Point Comfort, where two days will lie spent. CARELESS BICYCLISTS. ralr I.ndj- Klitem Who Did Mot Ue Unutlnn Were Injured. Seme of the lady bicycle riders are becoming a little careless In their riding on the avenue when that thoroughfare Is full of conveyances. Thore wore two accidents Inst nieht, neither of which resulted very seriously. .Miss Lou Leonard collided with a coupe driven by Cornelius Harris at the corner of Twelfth street and Pennsylvania ave nue. The bicycle was somewhat dam aged, hilt tho lady escaped injury. MIm Pearl Jennings, who was riding on a tricycle, collided with nn express wagon at tho corner of Sixth street nnd tho Avonuo only n half hour later. Sho had her wrist sprained and one of her nrms badly bruised. One of tho wheels of tho machine was crushed. Get The Best Is a need nsetto to follow In buying a mail olno as well as In everjthluR else, lly the unlveml sattsraetiou It ba given, and b? tba nianr rcmatkablo cures It has nocom plithed, Hood's Samparllla has proven Itself nncqualcd for building up and strengthening tbosTitem, anil for nil dlseoto arising from or promoted by Impuro blood. Do not ex rorlment with an unheard of or untried arti cle which jou aro told It "as good as Hood V but be sure toset oolr Uooil's- WEAK AND TIRED. "Last spring I secured to bu running ilovrn In health, was weak anil tired all the time. I took Hood's Barsapartlla ami It dM men great deal ot good. Mr little ilamhter, 10 rears old, has iunwet trotn serofala and catarrh a great ileal. Hood's SArMpatllla did her more good than anything else we have ef r gtren her," Mb. Loviu Oobp, Can astota, N. T. Hood's Sarsaparilla Bold by all dnicgUu, SI; six forts. Pre- parail oulr by C.l.lIOOD iCO.,Lovfoll,MaMv 100 IkiscK lno Hollar. OFFICE OP WOODWAltD & LOTHnOI', Conser 11th and Fsts. n. w. pED WE.MI HEPABTMENT. Another Involee at llerastltsbed Llaea Sheets, 31 by i yards, only 18 per pair. QesMtitshed Llaes Sb6ts, extra rHtT and faney beostitsh, enly ViM pr pair, lis pairs HeaMtHONcd Llsen Pillow Cases, eitra euaHty, wMeh we are otferfag at the extraerdlaary lew prises f $1.75 and !pr pair, Cottes Sheets, sisesX by 91 yertts, ?S. s, J6e, Me ana ase eaaii, asses ii by M yar4s, Me. ate and 98e eaeb. Sheets BHule ef High Of aa UasMnt, i by anli,Sl. il.Wawl Jl.4eaeht 4i by yards, jl.nlt and 81 JS eaali. SasoiKl naer H VteTana. BKgnM Htt Anaai ShaaaaT taaaaaaV LnaaattaaW aaeaas w -esas" fje "5rsn -jpfnn" spniifnna itewsaenlee aWsas Lnn. oadyatt jaieV TTJffi. C t siA i n I "--a IsbVoI B&BBni.A nnaW laBBtani&dst " -" fkPI 9fm lsfr WfBm mm &Wf J ' gwyd. Skminl JLilisa ISBsaL nMi MotuaJ nf BHff WC iasft ia? iSBISfS wdSRsft aoDiijD i mm, tMwr Ulh mA F StW. N. W. LBArCB'8 6WASD qW8HA-nOP9g, tvety vcnat. LRWT OPIRfl GOMnMT ft ottbett and SatHtws Aettnetle Otsnt Osneral atlmttMori fcosHts Beservett eati Matl0ns ext Week, HRATBB Of fteSRAItCS. J&1M T l2bN MOHtO HAtI TtTWOAV KVBN1JW, JCbT IS WW, KiHRrgemeet of WasbHrgtoTis Favertte Assee, MR. GEORGE BUCKLER, In Btdwer's Great nay, RICHELIEU; Or, THK cossriRAoy, tSnpportetl by MISS BbKANOKK NSWTON And Ma awn rmuiaeetaeet Aitemtior). HaiKsm) Jl. 8te of seal IUTidUIiY IS. at 9 O'CKMS, ai IirOM'S. B ehaeite reer admtsfrkm Uekets foreoflpow HEOLIHN. Is the Orat of All Mtislwl Instraments Beesnie it perf erms any mnsle rrom a waltz or a ballad to an overture or a symphony mere beautifully ami more netrly perfect than any other single Instrument. Tbe Aeolian Is not mechanical, but tho mantpnlatlen ot It Is so simple tbat a person can learn to play It With from ono to three weeks' practice. Tonr vhlt to see this In strument will be esteemed a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, 043 I'A. AVE., Eole Agent for Stotnway and Other First Class Pianos and Organs. EASILY EXPUU 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 ccrta: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 few days, shows that "the glass is fall ing," as mariners say. ltattan Itody Daby Carriage, npholitsred in pinib, was 918. Now J1J.S8. Jteed Body Baby Carriage, plMli upholstery, was 831, Now 18. ltattan Body Baby Carriage, plush uphol stery, was tte. Mow J4S.75. ltattan Body Baby Carriage, upholstered ami top trimmed In plash, was fU0. Now 87.75. Ilccd Body Baby Carriage, Brooatslle up holsteiy, with parasol to install, was Sss, Now S.tO. We'll sell a No. 10, Cooper & MoKoe.Oak (efrlgerator, for 80 pounds of lee, with double ihslvtw. at B18.JP. The price was tM0. We'll sell a Hall's popular Refrigerator, with task ferte pounds of iee.for Jll. Tbe pre was SI l. A f is one of the wise nuke for 81. And a J 12 one for 18. We'll sell a Halt's Refrigerator, wlthForco-laln-ltEtU Tank (or 10 pounds of lee, in either oak er walnut, for Ii, Tbe prise was 8U, We'll sell a Ball's Ktfrlgsrator, with tank forWpnemlsof Jee.for Sir, Tbe price was SIC Well sell an elssant Walsat tsldeboard Re frigerator, with beveled mirror, for 93 that WMlM, Well sell a Jto. S Cooper & MsKee "Da settle" Refdfiersterfer tbat was Hi. JIottjBlto CaBeples merely a little store dotty we'll tell eetsplrte, with Fixtures, far lie. The Brilliant Orltntal Hummer Fortisres tbat were tiejo we not dawn to ii.st. As. usual, everything we advertise has a value worthy all the prominence we give It, JULIUS LANSeURGH, TblrieeutU aud V streets. THE NATIONAL SafeDenositCo OF WASHINGTON, akajj-AUsjl by Sfiattsfei JLM 0f CkdaWMttin ii3iy , tsst, S59W?.if ... - samfijw mttras nVE QEflK V ItlHLS, MaWsJt SVAKiJWast. 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C. aacoso sblbct MapjtMorrT sitctrn- WA81HKQTON LtOHT IMFAimtt CORP TO MARSHALL HALL, TXTBSDAY KVNIHa,,JULY 15. STEAMER CITARLB8 MAavLBBTBR. Tickets 80e, tor sale by members ami at heat. IMUS1C BT NATIONAL GUARD BANft. JylMt Beat rsares DM p. m. rillBAl' AND DBLtOllTFOL KX0UHSI0NS V TO THE SEA. VIRGINIA BBACII ami OCK4N SItORS IARK, Oa the Atlantic Coast. I1NB8T SURF IlATHlNO, BATO nOU88, ELEGANT MEALS, LAHOB, A1RT ROOMS, COOL AND BlIAPT PAVILION-". Stesmsr tlBORUB LKART, JIomlaTS, WcOnwdays, and Fridays, ntsp.m.. irdm EeTfinth street wharf! ami steamer SXCHL SIOR on tSAtnrdars ftt 6 p ra. (rettirnlnR Mon day raornlBK). No 1-ROUND TRIP TO V1R0INIA RBACtt or OCEAN SHORE PARK, Inetndlng dinner at Tarlr notol, f 4. No.s Rouwl trlp.lnolnd Int: ono daj's board, ono nleht's lodirlnr, and ono extra meal, SS, No. 3-Ronnd trip, InalndlDK one week's board and room, SIS. Rcttinrlnp. the l.cary leaves Norfolk on Tnesdays, Tlinrsdays aad Batnrd&ys at i-M p. m. The No. 3 ticket Is desiened principally for Iboso jrolnc Fridays on the Leary nnd oomlnir haok Hnadays on the Excelsior. For farther Iniorrnatlon call at stcAtner's wharf or tolo Ihone. WILLIAM r. WELCH Snpt. Call, 7S0. JnlyT-m BAY RIDGE, ON TI1K CHESAPEAKE, OREISf JUNE Hi. Kaval Academy Band. FINBbT ME.VLS. FINEST ATTRACTIONS. EVERYTII1NO THE BEST. Trains Icavo I), .t o. Depot, week days, D.ia a.m., l.M and 4.30p.m. Sendays, 9.5n. m., 1 ami 3 15 p m Lonva Day RMko, week dijs, CJ0 arvd&sn p,ra. fiimdajs, 8 nml S p. ra. Round Tiip Tickcis - - $1.00 J.T.ODBLL, Ueaeral Maci.cer. CIIAS. 0. SCULL, Oea'l rMfenar Axeet. Jult.tf The Mount Vernon AND MARSHALL HALL bTBAMUOAT COMPANY, On and after JUNE 1. 1800. the new Iron and steel steamer, CHARLES MACALESTER, Wlllleavolisr wnarf.foot of 8EVENTIIt., for MOUNT VERNON and MARSHALL HALL as follows: For MOUNT VEnNON-Everyday (except Snndaylot 10a. m and 2.a)p. ra.,roturnluc nt 3 ami tM p. m 1'asiengsrs oan remain at MOUNT VERNON until teoond boat leaves If dettrcd. Fnre, round trip, 1 1. Inoludlnc ail mtHlon to the Mansion and (irouruls. Ele trant eafo on tho boat. Meal and lanohes served promptly, Monnt Verron OuUo Hooka oan b proaarod on the boat. For MARbllALL HALL-tiarae as MOUNT VERNON schedule for week days. On hUNDA YS at 11 a. m-. IX and 6 p. m returnl njr nt . 6J0 and 0 n, m. On FRIDAYS and BATURDAYe. Speelal MoonllEbt Bxeunlosa down tbe river to INDIAN HEAD, touching at MARSHALL HALL ffoliig and returnloit. Iavlng U'athlng. ton ate JO p.m., reaGhlUjt oftyon return at 10 p.m. Meals and lunehea at all times at MAR SHALL HALL Reataurant. Fare to 3IAHSI1ALL HALL and retnrn. S cent on any trip; children, between 0 an ' 18 years, 15 cents. The popular and reliable steamer W . CORCORAN will make ber river land In.- q far down as OLYMONT. landing at t S1IALL HALLcoIng and returning. Ie. 4 her wharf dally (exeept Sunday) at 10 a , returning at i p. m. Round trip, eeeu Sunday trips of the W. W, COHCORA MARSHALL HALL will be aasottu 1 weekly, bee advertisements. For charter of steamers UAGALBfiT' i and CORCORAN for either MOUNT VERNn 4 or MARSHALL HALL apply to L. L. RLAKE. Captain, pn steamer, jeS.I I KDTJOATIUNAZ.. n T.MARY'S FEMALE SEMINARY. ST. MARY'S CITY. MD., eoawwaoen iti 0 win year wr. i. iiirueiHi luerougB TeraM moderate. Address the priaet paLMISSA E THOMAS. jy3.Uw.Jm mHE NORWOOD OtSTITUTB. jL'xtractfrsm a prtoaU UUtr: Mln reply to your request for ray advice at to a rood sebcol far your daaKhter. I oaa wttb eoaAdenee reaoBsead Mr. aad Mrs. Cabell's Nerwood Institute, ia Washfogtoo. D. 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