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TIIE DAILY CRITIC, TIU'RPDAY EVENING, JULY 17,1890.
3T1E DAILY CRITIC ASP ' AnT' J Only Dmotrattt Dnilg Paper Pub fcsnetfnf Wtuhintton, n.- . i ,, - . ,,, t sititr mytmmna TfAnnttmrot emtio en? is. OFFTCf: t4 ft ItRBlt KtftTnWBST, WAMUMiiim cm, ft. c. Sh in iii - , . . TMft OP Sl'MtnMPT f08 $aftn1tstawrreMXlyet) ! ItMtt tnt tneette. tsj-tft......,., ss TititeriFFiC M IKMaA B.C. WtWMMrtWT. t). C, JWt If. 1S99. ftUHMIXO SEA QCrRSTtOXS Wb mpttfntl snbtnlt tnnt the rtet-af It at fanlt In asserting that tbe t-tt KM r Betting Sea I not necessary Ml lnteetnt tie FXtermlofitHrti of those Matt wc MBffitgnte on Ike PrialoT Jtfa-da. The only way to take the (Mtl properly U on snore. The AntnHt do not fnrnteh market eMe sains nor rro the older raftr, ami the men engager! In the In Attttry BMt exerrtte litoerimlantlon, onvejrt on the send. ThoM who kill inWa at sea while In the net of migrat ing, iwrestarlly destroy treat numbers ntehwlT and. should this practice be come general and permanent, the seals would wen be exterminated or, what k jnet m undesirable, frightened away from Aleutian waters and so test to ns. Theie propositions were clearly dent imatrated by Mr. Itaynnl ami their toftfcat deductions firmly maintained by the CttrekuHl administration. During that time our rights were asserted ami any Interference with litem was rtrwnptly resented by selmtre ami con Aekm. Then, tbe United States stood fast upon lie claims pemlina; con troverts. If ow, . the Ooternment teems wflifng to arbitrate as to whether it bat any claims at all. Our position may hare been unten able, as the ItVrW says, but under President Cleveland we did not allow Ungtawl to decide that point for us. It teem to ns that tho New York TrUnne touches the pattlotic feeling of the country in saying that Knglaml should not be permitted to do so now. HKED 11HAXCHK8 OUT. Mr. Heed Is extending the sphere of LI influence ami multiplying the fioogih i ml energy of his following. Not foment with the power lie lias attttriied In Congress, unwilling to ret lib) claim for the nomination in 131)2 on what he has done to suppress the minority ami to provide for Its gradual and permanent extinction, be is now tiintKel in building up a c(.km quite nnatt from Congress and totally out-1 le of the circumference of mere legisla tion. There Is no political agency so potent in theeoumrr to day as the Grand Army of the Republic Once It was a body of modest heroes, banded together by the sacred memories of faithful service in defense of tbe Union, ami having for Its oblcf object tbe celebration of deeds or valor and devotion. To-day it Is a ravening horde of stipendiaries, a vut political machine. The one-armed v. anior who beW the flag high through out a rain of lead and tiro. Is of less comkhumc than the noliy domarfogue who, perchance, never saw a bat tlo save by Its distant smoko or wltnested wounds except In hospital. Awl to this tremendous agency of pro motion, which Um become so arrogant ami powerful ami greedy that even tbe New York Tribune bae been compelled to piotest acalnkt II exactions to tliU Immeasurable campaign contingent Mr. Heed is now turning bis large ami j car sing thoughts. If he teceeeds in smothering tbe pro posed Investigation of the Irregularities In the I'eneiet- Olflee, will not the graad army of pessioa grabbers owe him some thing If he managM to thwart the insysMtive Cooper and to prevent in tttiferenee with the lively methods by wbkh Commissioner Raum shovels tbe costenis of the Treasury into tbe wallets of the camp-followers, will besot have a pull of uaue-Ml tetutoa and a band of "p-sUeta" whose like has sot been Men on earth. If, throuah Heed's tiiwly iotcrveiittoa. tbe movement in emu of ipottailoe be set at aaugh and the waste pine kept roaabsg freely, wlB aot too frugal aad far-seeiag mj!isds rally as eoe ma arouad hiw s4 hail him ehiefr In ill Bay (he other aepiranU lot IMtaekesw -m eye osi Reed. Heed wee fmi oo Ask balls la his youth. Waoeaceve one great ami aM m Ur. StaaJef 's mennnt of Atncsv noaaa aecisetmi w say wi thM nM of the eooatiy if adaosed W the Waaksjof watewnslmis These is ao atore ManmietetHateg force, whate U menw fOMMsassl, thao the Vwdiaary "stenasloa eg seissaesrs, ami eten Unaaesa savant aad ajntfssaiii u m list of the wee caa he ms fSWit4 by the cheas mi aitless eapadhMt el rehtsag the wiierarlnat jouiaatf aad tat tlMhmteceaeM thesa at aiW aamarwhat he meesselly regaaiis as risky eareemaUe-sea- It aaa hate suggested that tt asajr aa 'tertaetarttarpioessts toroeheo iwttethe tat majrtwe out to be so. hot we h weeM be BMTntteaolo U the tef "elvUiaUig" the AMcaas shoaid iteey STPsaatte. U lliptciaitafsi the gee eM udtdaal eaeool stekhag taw saeagaa gemt by kJliiac Foil ni Milt Tmtt etlWIMtHkt- Ttestauy loatstf to haafc- SRft rtokheteaeef tttaVHQ,- i sear, to turrets taxes the u lOfMliteUIWofew tttleto to moetae tatet o the of U. t4 to watte JMbtfMtiV to Vitrtf the busiaett of the Miataf he tuTtsttrtime law, tad they coeVtfet teeo em tot League letted." ht'e Ji u eaong Wstwittt tat to hurfei4 to any jextei between t 9MeViibi ueagBr mi tit Coefiets to- bur bj wjf of heediag to the ggi Huuii mim ediUtoeJ, the Tmt yrij-u t inm of tow vhjptt ejeodtett, -uUlJcJ, mihmw, w be itosti el tLi uifcyrnttniee ta neeattoa. They t i sift I IB tJtliatYilMeT U LsftgttaMtll irtawaf vi wwMtepg t'wseBttgtjgttt"aaBgeea s . rfttntseer Jl liriMm TrMitntr k i'l"l for l!ih, ( hon'rt th'nk the victim might rnily fri c hit 1 fury dnmtfe. Heneral Bingham, as everrfiody knows, ft one of the Wont t tmHteOooklrte men tn town. Rot only Is Tt always dressed with etJantstre taste, nut Ms fmrntensttce Is one of signal content ment and pnlnnwnropy. The Tinte, how erer, tinalres the Oenertt rot like reektrnt hwteMie,a Moorfthlrtrty rfTt;n'1,sr1 we pro test, n tli name n( Ms rmmrnetaMe town, lb it the Timrt owe httn mi t rrfctnen resfioiiKe to the Sew Tor tV-' mgennnmi petftme mtlttrefma trWi we iieg to seTmft the rofreerfeg protest sgafeM the txxitgeftavfnpett forte Mil by teat ttaraent RefrnMlrsn taraft .Wntal Bslstwrtt: "Ttw ,enst He l fatendett to toe Hie mtwlf, tmt it ts Inniteq-iste, tatgety mefiptteaMe, too ennitwrniisnimetta'set to Urtwh that It would monnt to net mtte. tt Wftl be tWhtrsoavp wlwrp not reqntrert, and where It f neertett, tenorl. It is the oM, l story of rtrtn tn Ifgtslstlon the rrotilbttlori that prontbrt not, the Indsttoe that ow not innate, tee refomwlon that r-wr refbrms. It I ptsln rtstement, and all , Women end rblMifn tbonM know that at tine, we have gone to far that en forrrineiit of the CowmeHon wonM be the rtopenteg of the war. Well, 1 am not In favor of it, sad will try to say why with out wsttleg wont, i ay mrt stwe the swort; ttetortet may iw won without tt." Tun photmt acalett the Fetters! Blec ttont Mlt nttered by Southern RepnMlean memhert, taeh m KwaH of Sorth Caroltlm snd Coleman of Ixmlstana, and of colored clerajnifn, tch s the Rv. Orandtton, have noted the Xw Tork Riming tt to tay: '-Snch s protest from such a tontre ought to carry weipht not with dema gogues like Henry Cabot Lodge, but with the host of well meaning ttermbtteane In the North who have been Indneed to lend a irmdgmg wpnort to the J"oree bill by tbe claim that It wrniht benefit the negro." HOTEL ARRIVALS. MrtropoUhtnV. H. Harrslson. Atbmta, (!.; V. H, ltrickea, Hlchmowl; j. F. .Mor ris, Lonlslsna; M. A. Berry, Colnmbnt, 0.s W. A. Rtmln, J. II. Krmln, Biifllnr ton, N. C: Rlehartl V. tVllltnms, V. IT. nronner. new rorK: J. Nmnmlaln. rblln. tlelphia. Xatimittl S. M. Voodbrlda, Nw Tork; Ira 9. Falltn, New York; Hen SletlenlMch, rhlladelphU; 11. V. Talltt, Kochevllle, I ml. NT. ,(imi. J. A. tMell, dreensboro, N. C; IbomiM Itullsml, Philadelphia; J. K. Hnllock. Kile, !.; V. I). (lonl, 1UI timore; C. II. Lyon, New York. Imperial. Jtre Johneon; K. J. Smltb, Mitt J. Smith, DsltlMore; C. F. Newton, Nyack, CY. lliorrf'- T. F. Carey, Boston; y. Jaoiby, C. V. Dreyen, New York; Foster V. brown, Chattanooga, Tend. fiH-pt1. A. Marshall, l.lucoln, Nik, , A. Ilnliliigeuortli, riillaill)hla; A. V. Sundlry, Cbtttor, IV; Dr. V. II. frkln, John Mi Imiiv, VttnM Uke, Ilrooklrn, N. V.. llmlMin MHStm. l'itunl1. Msm. Urmlt'i-i. Illmh, Itlrhnniml, Vs.; Charles V. Davids, Briskly, N. Y. Xhvrthnm William 11. Pierce, New Yurk; -lohn IMrlt, Seattle, Wash.; A. II. Ilsirmond ami wife, Montana. A'ormanrfi'r W. J. tlewell. Camdln, N. ., William l Abbott, I'lttsburr, W. W. rrtlr, I'tuladelrJil. ArUngiim 8. C. Kktar, St. IxhiIs; J. W. itfffon a. u. rMar, Bt. lxHHs; .1. W. a. W. J. rVaterbury, Jr., New York; 1 1 (week, Tocomr, Wash.; (J. I'. e, Nsw York; J. K. Kdmlston, 4ICHIVII! A. K. Mackle. Seattle, Wash, Aro-Ury A. Maenlr, W. .1. Good year, Francis II. tiootliear, New York. ghblH-3. F.Carson, Mrookljn, N. Y.; T. J. Ilogan, tlttsbure, l'a.; Mrs. T. l! MeCoan, Cincinnati; C. A. llyile, New lok; C. 1. Snowilofi, nueburg; J. R. Robertson, New York. PERSONAL. Mr Heard of Missouri, a member of the House DIstrlet Committee, lmsgonu to his home. This ie his first visit there in eleven months. He has been already renominated. Empress Frederick Is sojourning at Gibraltar. Bandits have captured the son of Mahmoud Djelaleddln Pacha, a rela tive of tbe Sultan, and demand as his ransom 10,000. Tbe raid was made at Binckli, near Constantinople. Krneet C. Ittebardson, the new libra rian at Princeton, Is still in his thirties ami Is, It is said, practical, accomplished and agreeable. Tbe Utile Princess Klizabeth of Austria, the daughter of the late Crown Prince, can't take outings with her mother, Princess Stephanie, because, by the will of her father, she mint always remain in tbe Immediate neigh borhood ami under tbe uye of her grandfather, the Emperor. Tbouas Con do, a sergeant In tbe Queen's Eighteenth Iloyal IrUU Dra goons, a deserter of but three weeks' standing, has eullMed for five yearn la tbe United States Army, He has served in tbe Soudan ami Egyptian wars and bears medals for bravery in both. The Emperor of China sleeps on a bed of carved wood, magnificently In laid with gold and ivory, awl yet there are times when neither poppy nor maa dragera nor all the drowav syrups of the world eaa medicine him to that sweet sleep which the tramp knows who bat no bed at all. Professor John bmoek has been elected State Geologist of New Jersey, succeeding the late Dr. George II. Cook, under whom the Geological Survey reached such a high degree of perfec tion. Professor Smock to now the head of the Museum of XatuMl History at Alfawty, X. Y. He was for a number of years oee of Dr. Cook's ablest aseist- gocer Knur uUia .Vud FraBas. mm 14 MiMfddu Journal. Tmmerfisteiy to the roar, with pretty little grounds of its owe, is the cutest miniature cottage that ever a child played ie. This to, if aoyihisur, mote elaborately Atted up tkM tho Parke cottage wooer. It It tho mtHm to Urn tkb play booso over ke Hafay Fiwko will fed fat it evotythtouc The ajseittitotf mm toawi etrnhgt. gjttU& I nift-jfifitilni wtiaot. OrtitewestWoe hetatr at Wee, Ot teta skv teaaaU ta A wirier would be Jet? a swsnwa leenae ot vtga ojm ee hit smd eoatet staaMeg, ny mnwwtsma To the gloom that tbe heatt to tttatac- Tbes, tA, fw a w w, tag Ww, he tVawotetM Awtrrfrttgoi (dec. Or 4iytesUadnto4 hg Tis tout wH et , we SMShTseett he AeTttw edttti5 brief, - ww ee -ewe 4a atiseg ig-wtmesy eawjgeg. e K4IKf4di liw, Ut"ge4eehhti ttitwi. RECIPROCAL HATRED. Ret it or Maine anil Moeert of Arkan- m nHe Kaeh ittre fYtmtot rNMfHHn Wteitw. There It a rnnH cordial rerfpromd hatred between Hpwikrr Reed and Stf. Rrgen of Arkanet. and the nwerlftg, ecwhtrtc, tetnl jocular attack of tke Ar ktrta member nonn the Speaker has attracted crmatrrerabfe attefttron. Mr. Reed put o an exar gerated exprntroii of helplett dttgwst when he tret cwn ptlhrd to rfcoghlte Roger, which caught Ike eye .f the whole Home and cent rMh-iire upon the member rfttwg to addrets the Hontr, but Hoarrt got his retn In tbe mmx bitterly pergonal tpiefh that htt keen made In the Ifomw, without getting owttlde of par lltmentary form of expression. The mrwt interettlng features of the episode were thorn that no running report of the proceedings could take mite of and which will not nppetr in the record. The pantomime was plct nretvjue. The looks of hatred, disgust and contempt flung buck and forth be tween the two men. alwars under the tlltgnlte of mock polltenettaml a sneer ing smile, were more eloquent ami en tertaining to the Home than even the most Tigorone language ed In the honr't speech. An expression of anger finally drove all other expressions from the Speaker's rtmnd face, and he left the hall, calling tome one elm to the chair. Neither of these men can speak of the other in private conversation without saying tomtthing very uncom plimentary. The oilier day when the Speaker said lie bad recognired the gentleman from Aikantat, lingers retorted with a bow mat lie tiitt not know there was any ac quaintance between them. MORTON FOR THE PRSSiDENCY. 2xAUtnnt Secretary lloon On ttie Outlook for 181) 'J. Xtw Yorl iHtmtrK to Baitimort Sun. John Sherman's old friend, ex Assist ant Secretary of the Treasury Charles E. Coon, gave his forecast for 1808 to day. He said: "If President Harrison is not renominated, one thing Is highly probable, and that is Vice President Motion may be. The logic of the situ ation may require a Now York man. nnd be will lie tho Hon. Levi P. Mor ton. The Democrats will nominate a Nuw York man undoubtedly, and the Hepubllcans will bo forced to select a candidate from this State Jlr. .Morton will bo the choice. He Is brainy, and, although he Is no speaker, ho Is mini to the exigencies of a great political canvass. He Is a statesman In every rente of the word, nnd would make n great Prcsidi nt. Mr. lllulno, I think, will bo, or is. a candidate for 1802. He has Improved wonderfully In health. Ii In the ptlmc of life, retains his former snap and rush, and why be should no lie a candidate I cannot see. Senator John Sherman would nviko a Rreat President. Whether bo Is a candidate aealu I do not know. Probablv he will be. but it Is only n guess on my part. His chances for tbe nomination bsve been excellent at many conven lions, but somehow combinations wore made that Invariably defeated him. On the whole, the preseut horoscope Indi cate Mr. Morton, and It goes without saying that he would be elected." BLAINE AS A STANDARD OILER. lie l.'ncOKfH With Klklna nnd Others to A til the 11 rent Monopoly. rrtm U nUmhliUt Httprvl. AViiEXMNu, W. Va., July 10. A gigantic scheme to develop tbe oil ter ritory of West Virginia It under bead- way, Willi James G. Illaine, Stephen II. Elklnt, Senator Camden, and the Stand ard Oil Comtiany behind It. Tbe great producing oil fields of West Virginia are at Eureka. In Pleasants County. Tho Intention Is to sink a line of wells from Manulngton acroat tbe State, through the counties of Jlarlon. Harrl son, and Gilmer, and to a point In a direct line from the Eureka Held. Hun dreds of thousands of acres have been leased along the line. The Standard Oil Company is to erect ten tanks of 80,000 barrels capacity each In Mooon gahela County. A pipe line is being built to convey the oil. The amount already expended is nearly fl .000,000, and the scheme is but fairly under way. The Companion uf the Sea Serpent. Jtuit JUtHm aVm J'wt lltnld. The annual shark haa appealed at Flume, near the head of the Adriatic, ami lunebed on a man's lees. Last year he dined on an entire girl, or, at least, some member of bis family per formed that feat. Why sharks should have formed the habit or infesting the waters of Flume is not clear. It Is usually said that they have come from the Red Sea, via tbe Suez Canal. In that case, why do they apparently make straight for Fiume, as If there were no edible girls and men nearer to Port Seldr Itetuarkable VltatJIy, AMtUJrJMt. Piofeeeor (leeturine) It it an eetab KtUwl fact that a person e&BBOt live far aev length ef time with only ese lung. Mudeat I know a weteaa who bat been living with ose lueg for a good many years, and is hate and hearty. Piofessor (eseiledly) Imnoesibiel Prove H, sir! Who to the womaef ttlMdewt The wife of the Okdaete Minister at Washington, hit name to OoeLuag. , ii ii Nat Iieeeuitrlljr Olutual. vm uu't Wmtlf. Pep Why do you with to morty biw, Ethel 1 Kthel Why, beeaute ho loves nte. rape not ao yon love kern ' lkliei Why, no. I never of that I've bee toe mutli in gettinc him to prooote to howe tiw i ataited to i Vtihl. mmtmt Weiii te Mt Jamul. Utoek Yon know Old apeBBene eeBwa natnnnsstjgjpnw wsnnnn eanWgSnws Keeks Yea, I heeid about it he heoketi una plotkje yet? BandtHo. hot ho iitacoese llm 'teatkng moheth tho fufl won," not ho ttntieti tn teas tan wtewtstnUiJi toettC KeiUKlMlty u HtMe Watfcr. Ot a fntnoua yooitt tawothav tfcrtbji att otteufo one oi Mi gjgtnW gOf of wfcsto. ma m Mm two 4M UiloUtVH ttW ttnMMntnfletnBnlV "TWt not Ty koettj -Vr' "lb." tH tiw ohkor m "no whisky to wyawnV' a. i . .. i .. , -.. i a wMOhtr mhittori. "'tj'tnt ,nntt sjieatep nnnjtnnnenn) -onnnaj aadaaalaaif' ' JBUMUyo4 "nntrn 4hnjw tntteJtntnttnwaaaBwaBtae Sttnegty "0"Pt saPnpgBn iap nitF Mr J taaaaaal aaaaaaL 0aal taaaat I WaaanW itt nnnetnnny pntnnn gogepnnnn eltttttnnntni g ntgW Mat anA anal a ha2ao lav h e BC' WjSJTfeJSS', YImiii re ijgg '"enaT' tantanlaP' Sa'hnpSenPe W BBPapay naasppjgan' FDCCATION AKD BEAUTY. Tbt Are Wntnrai Kwemm Tlie Pg tinom or noysvwy Frtim nit ImrHHtr. It mT 'Ten be doubted, ttrgntre m many will deem the awWron, whethet conttnwont education HI1 prortiKe beanty, whetewr the growth of Intelli gence will even m tpet yteM tke nhysi cal rrtnlt whleh we notice Ike awtnors of Utopia always Rttmtw, at If ft were a demonttrakre conttrinertce of the new socttt v. Themort beantifnl bhtek face in Africa, a tribe In rfyutsland, on whose rookteren mfsetrmtAret grtm eloqnent, who are really m perfect as bronze statnes, are at IttrofMH m flthet. and, though thiy have drtcnrerwl the use of fire, have never riteh ro the conreptlon of clothes of any kind. The Otaheitan, when discovered, wae ae uncultured as the I'apusn now is, yet tbe former ap proached as nearly to positive beauty as the latter does to positive deformltv. The keenest rtoe in Attn and, ns all who know them assert, the strongest In character, the Chinese it decidedly the ugliest of mankind, while the Hindoo, If sufficiently fed. Is, even when at ignorant at an animal, almost Invariably handsome. The Circassians, who know nothing, and tre rather stnptd than exception ally Intelligent, are physically a fanlt less race, far more so than the Germans, who. though the best trained people In the world, display a marked common ness of feature, at If the great sculptor, Nature, bail used good clay, but taken no trouble about tho modeling. Some of the very ablest among them belong lo the flat-nosed, puffy cheeked, loose lipped variety. 1be keenest race In the world, ami probably Ihe one most susceptible of culture, the Jew, presents few types of ucniiiy, oetng usually st once uookeil nosed and flabby-cheeked, though In physique, as In thought, that race oc casionally throws out transcendent ex amples. The tamed Ambs of Egypt, v, ho ctm lo possess poor brains, and, of course, have no education, are olten extraordinarily handsome; while In 1960 the grandest head In Ash, it bead which every artist copied as his Ideal of Jove, belonged lo tn Arab horse dealer, who, outside his trade, knew nothing. No modern men of culture would pretend, In mere perfectnese of form, to rival the old Greek athletes, whn Inlnl- Icctually were probably animals, or the Ilcrserkars, who were for the most pitt only Bard dtlnklng soldiers. The royal caste, which has been cultivated for a thousand years, seldom produces beau tlful men. nnd still seHlomer beautiful women, most princesses, though some times dignified, having been matked as to features by a certain ordlnorlness often wanting In the poor, and especially tho poor of certain districts, like Dovon In England and Aries and Marseilles In France. Devon Is no better taught than SiifTulk, hut mark the dtllerenca In ptssant forms. In the last century the ablest men In Europe were remarkable for a certain ttipetilulty of flesh, of which Olbbon's face It the best known and most absurd example, and In our own time, Intellect, tvtn hereditary Intellect, Is oonstamlv found dissociated from good looks, and tven from distinction, tome of tbe ablest men lielng e.xternatly heavy and gross, and tome of the ablest women marked bv an IndelinlteneM of chmk and chin as If they had been carved bv the fingers In putty. Xo stranger ever saw Tttinyton without turning round, but Browning would have passed un noticed In any English or Austrian crowd. The nlr of physical refinement, which is what continuous culture should give, Is precisely the air which is often lack ing among tbo cultivated, as It It also in many aristocratic families. Indeed, tbouch catte mutt mean more or lees hereditary culture. It is doubtful If It secures beauty. It does not In the royal nouses, and In any regiment, though an officer or two will probably stand flrtt. tbu proportion of splendid men will be found greater among the non commissioned than the commis sioned officers. Science can no more make n Circassian than a one-legged race, and the physi cal attributes, like the grace of God, are independent of thinking. If they were not we should some day have a race of heroes Indeed, stalking araonc leaser men as Klngsley depicts bis Goths stalking among the far more quickwitted ami better cultivated Alex andrians. An entire race like Alexander tbe Great, the man In whom, of all mankind, brain power and physique were united In their hlebett nerfectnoaa. would soon be more Intolerable than the "Venetian" aristocracy, whom Mr. Disraeli derided, denounced and wor shipped. About a SJau. JTrtm tic Cafcaft Journal. A man can study both tides of a ques tion without titling on the fence. DtHttr Jtmul. A man it very much like a ben; be likes to tit on more eggs than he can cover AUmK Qlele. "Few men stand prosperity well." When It comes tbey sit nearly all the time. Yimktrt btuUtmtH. Ualees a man bat a character that won't show dirt be bad belter keep out of politics Num't lhr. A man who cannot keep hit own knife ten minutes can generally keep a borrowed biade tea yenre. Atklmul JSim. Important Jnfetuiiitiua from Texas, Amid tho eloud capped peaks hoory antiquity, surrounded Vy Of the tatu of myth and coveted with the of agfs, ate the ntatw Xlnevaa and IWsylo, of Tyre and Sidoa, of Athetw etai Jioaie. m . i IVfeao. Nature Full. "lie woe awful," tahi CfcaMet kv tHgittatly. "He said if I npoftttl my tBMtk ignis ke 4 pot a head on ne-r uWby didn't you accent bit ejbyt" Mask ef CtvUttatfaw. Jfttm tu Mam't Java. Twhtgrtpt) goton are gvStHr lo be 90 eloatloeettar McitagUtMtSere to no longer muck exuuae fur a dtwokaW amM falling loe- A Hoar Iteeme Metier Tit Xuae. Je can Sm yr JStnwhi. "Hid I not ton Us Ttotter kmUm ymtt bond tonight on tho nmiatj? "Y 4S. pM. ke ansa to wmiU kojp off tho tktw.y " JMPtW 'atUHPBa (anhj eat in the twia-t; Oisf tti, tatU; Ogey t ataai at mtaejkhi snjai Ony, r twite, vtnin flgdf nwut itapukeve, Oitj ttnaen twrn; Otjip ctntch ouevuiaive, - Oity taUBtiackUrvwu. intay teiannvn mMt Only to aMeteeVHeV-.!'' Oohj e-tnte in Mm u j, '"flaT' Ta; tanntnV wtaV taet Mi vma&amfr fJWtlf.k !3Sfi t'RAMATIZIM TlRQiL, The .1 relit re lie llnjSt HMii IM TM l Wn mm mmum fisiii. Only a Bostow gW Mnti inn rrmter take the task of ihilnt TftgH's .neld. retaining te mjfittnjt Inngtiage of the T.sflns. TmJte m in the second and third olsssM of the Girls' Lvln School more than core of devoted students of Latin who were to thor onghlv In love with the rretw of Virgil's poem that they detetmrhWri to hntwoT tallite his wanderings by wortraflag them before a Boston audience. The effort was a tnccent, of cortrm. Not a word of English wts spoken While the curtain was up. Of cwtrse there were some, even In a Ilntton nn dlence. who were a little "rusty" on their Iitin. bnt they were not kept In Ignorance of what was being done on tbe stage. The acting was reallstfr and, although a trifle amateurish at times, left no doubt In the minds of the spec tators as to what was Intended to be represented. The story of each act was told In Enellsh before Ihe ne of the cnrtaln. The task of arranging the play wss done by the girls without as sisttnee. It is claimed. Tbtir ages are between 18 and 18 rears. r They committed to memory serernl nnndmi lines or Latin, studied the characters nntll they were thoroughly familiar with the rtm they were to m snmc, arranged their own costumes and provided their own scenery. The selection of costumes bothered them more than anything else. They put In a neat 01 ham study. The libraries were ransacked for books relative to the subject, ami other channels or Informa tion were explored. They knew there must be some slight difference In the costumes of males and females, ami they recognised that dllHreoee in ar ranging their garments. Hut their modesty would not permit them to be too exact In reproducing the male attire. YAN FRESHLEIOH'S TALE OF WOE. An Innocent (llrl tlrstrorn All His Ghnhce of Itupptneni, Jm U .Vnr Ttrt San. The moment that Chappie vou Fresh lelgh entered the club rooms of the So ciety for the Promotion of Veracity you could see that something wat the mat ter with him. The mustache, that ptlde of bit life, the one goal tn the wild whirl for famo be has managed to kick, was nil wrinkled, and lookeel as If It hadn't been pressed for weeks. There was an ugly bag at his knees. In fact, Chappie looked All broke up. He sat down and called for a pony or brandy, Instoad of bis usual brandy and fpda, ond then tat sullenly smoking cigarettes. Ho rang for a waltor, who brought him a bowl of hot water. Then ho took his watch out nnd put the back of It Into the hot water, and In n few moments n little round photo graph was In tbo Wnnamaker, and Chappie bad tokonn second photorrtpli fiom Ids vest pocket, hnd gently licked the back, ard bid stuck It to the back of hl watch. Then he went on smok ing. Clarence Do Peyster, who had been watching him, grew overy min ute more nervous. He placed bis hand on Chappie's shoulder. ' Whats routtuh, dear lioyT" he tfknl. "Girl. llememberMIss Anita Peach blow. Pretty Southern clrl met on steamer. Ilowwld deceiver! Have a clgawette," "Membor Miss Anita T Pretty little thing. Venus five foot high. Lips red at Ponlet Canet. Ilullt like awbat-do-you-call-It, one of them things vou blow to find out what lime It It. Girl of my heart. Loved her passionately. So innocent, to unsophisticated, above the vulgar slung of the girl of the pe riod, llecame engaged. Take another CiliftWettU. Jlllt tn uw bow alio nnnM liko It. took her to tee ball game. Knew I'd be liotherwl all to death with questions, but wasn't prepared. Sec ond Inning, lluck nt the bat. Hit a ball, rolled foul. Hoard tome one near say; 'Hank. Buck got first bao. Somo one called Buck n good boy. Buck chased for second. Got there great slide, toinebody said: 'Yl. yl.' Buck ran for third. Great chorus of shouts. Some one said. 'Play ball and 'You've got to tilde,' and then, when ball went over third baseman's bead, tame somebody yelled like mad, ami I could feel tbe moisture from the tears of Joy some body wat tbeildlng. Buck came on for borne. Third baseman picked up ball, threw It, catcher caught It Umpire said out. Somebody yelled roakt again ami helped cheer Buck when he kicked. All time girl at tide seemed awfully ipilet. Not a word. Looked around to ask if she was tired. Saw her down In front, yelling In voice of same somebody cheering Buck, bowling 'rank!' and offering to 'wipe tbe earth up with tbe umpire for a two-sent pottage stamp.' Waving umbrella in air exeited . Exeunt delusions. lireak off engagement. Ifowwid de ceiver. Have a elgawetter" m fblueae 1'robluui Solved, Ftem Uu &m PnueUco Alia. Japanese eannere on Frater Illver have made war upon and whipped a large number of Chinese eanneN. By Introducing tbe Australian lady-bug our CalifornU orchards have been cleaned of tbe scale bug. Why not net rid of the Chinese by inlrodueiag tEeee light ing Jap! The Jap it not at nanny and thiifty at the Chinese. He toon eteks up American extra vagaaee. aad Iktra. fore to not a dangerous omnpetiter. Different View. from Mf 4 WttU. Itoatantle Wife How delightful it to to ait bete on tbe ntessa these "hrrf Stuntner evenings aad think of beauty , and art, and poetry, ami Practical II 1 Sot tad Will a -Halts Te keen tool iCnataat raw awwi ronaar't nattied Died. JUnrriefc. itI1 gtn-f -Uhjl i.aaS Yl S ? . "n "i ttunnm. . v. Biro. :3Eva l33gt3a t sleep in Jawu. '-- . eBfrf ll .!.., I. fu,. Blk waea I ami M atntwu, VrrWsfn Wa av.tjttett hrta? at twotstnaaace e. wt servkwt wiil fee C-ivab on yrtdty. mU at ga. Jnlj h t ijinf lajt tfc Jaftj IHI 2. &" av mutt -oMj-,.gjifc. .. ftWrthtaT cf Jatsee B 3ii ! Utraautean7ttihnu Hrrnl Wifl tsJU p act wt rtHfjU t aWnTii rn tmfTii W Pfraflnhft ffareh LaWaafi w ntuae't 'fcan TVai'aniiiaTr GuejejIeLav JSniatitet naVutoat- hf 4a" TEA AND COFFEE. The KnglrSh 9y thnt Amevteans tWt ItMHf TVhnt T IS. They My we AnrerfctiM do not know wht m. Is, writes Julian fttlpfc t rrpef' rPeswfe. If they kwo we Cot mhtly do not, for never hwve t laatnrt sweh tea as 1 got nearly ererywhew wt England strch biting, strong, mnrderinw, steep dispelling, dragHke tea. I had to weaken It at least owe half, Mud then I found It arorrmtfc and pleasant that is to any, as nearly pleas ant ns thnt sfck-rowH electsstiem ewer can be to a msscnline, coffee drinking American. Coffee drinking, dM I say? Thnt re minds me thnt coffee is murdered in Enetand nntil one wonM think that all the delightful visions of tbe mind and all the exquisite sensa tions of the entire hnmsn system which coffee has created would torn Into mighty powers of vengeful evil, ami crush that clumsy nation for the cruelty of Its behavior toward tbe West Indian bean. They know no more how to make a enp of coffee In England than they do how lo judge sn Irishman fairly. Coffee, soup, and the Irish are beyond Ibe capacity ami comprehen sion of the British intellect. I admire England; she gave me a delightful vacation, she is tie mother of our patriot founders, she Is the apostle of old wotld progress, but when the subject of coffee is mentioned In tbe same breath with tbe mention of England, my feelings fly away with my iuugment ami an 1 can remark is In leeptng with the thought of tbe Ameri can who was told the other dar that If America did not do thus ami so England would crush us. "What, agalnT" said the Yankee. They lord mc I must go to France to taste coffee nropcrly made. I went lo France nnd now I know better.. America Is the only land where coffee Is treated with that circumspection, delicate courtesy and hearty respect which It Is capable of extorting from those who have souls to know Its worth. They make "black coffee" well In France, and thev make that out of tincture of chicory called "coffee es sence," bnt there Is a wide difference, In my opinion, between coffee and black coffee. "Thero nro two kinds of good," I once hoard a Now Jersey farmer say, "good and gooel for nothing." Good As Gold fo enttHMlAStle are tbnusaixls of people over tbe benefits derived from .tlood'n Sam partita tbat they ean hardly And words to ox press tbetr confidence In and gratUndo for th medkrine. "Worth Its weight In gold" Is a favorite expression of these warm friends. If yen are tn need of a good medicine to purify your blood, build up your strength, euro ilyipepsla or oreateon appetite try IIimiiI'h Nnrsupnrltlii "I am happy to say tbat Hood's Sarsaparllla cntliely cured me of catarrh, with whlohl bad been troubled many years. I nin never without tlil medicine, as I think It Is worth Its weight In gohl." Mk. U. I). Gibs, ION Eighth ttreet n. w Washington, 1). C. "Once tried. Hood's Sarsapartlta always re mains a friend In tho bonMbold. It Is staple as wheat and good as gold." Uamin A Toub, Itbaea. N. Y. e Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all unwl. il;lxfwJ5. Pre pared only byC.I.1100DCO.,Lowe)I.MM. 100 Doiea One Ilotlur OFFICE OF WOODWARD LOTIlROP. Carter Htb ami Fits, n w. MHD WEAR DEPABTJIBST. Another Isvette of na4ltea4 Lhmb Sheets. i by 3f yards, only f fer pah-. nrtUbed IJata Sheets, extra eatUtv and fasay betaatitea, eoly K0 per fair. m pain HeBMittefctd Lhwa rWewCtMs, extra luaMty, wbh we are aaTerisg at tbe eitraerdlsary lw nrieas ef l,Xa (tper pair. OirfteBatMU,tiascibyi yards, We, TSa, Tta,steaMateah. altetai by at j4i, Me, tie aad We ae. Sneett suae at Blah Otade Mmshm, 4j by ttjantf.Si, tltaad t,Mettiai by S yards, SI.M) aad SI JO eaeh. aWttUfJ m WHf tsgQBB. Miaeea Hat Khes aeei Say Italia aai, ttrittr)ajL istwttvtt-t Mtw !" tt eatyateaeryaaa. tW "sb- tfljtWai 3W IHPtPaVW JhttaaSt Irtrjaee. atnwlWnVI s9sn? JB JsT JrW riKD & mm?, AMrsPSIKNTS.' A LBAUOH-8 OHAWP OPrU-BOTJ9. tvery Xventmt at 9-n. LJUrfONT OPERA GOMPRHT It, sSrlllWtt MM oilliTVWII AMI i tie OpUTtV S)TIINC:S,. aaaVa t UVIIOI III HUIIUrstyluilis VO J9Tf9 Ireserved seats st and cents mratsb trf ptmsknot, , Jiiiif rjiBjt HlOLmNi It the Ortt of All Matte! ItMrenriMfc JWi6wWPsr5 IT vWf ftWKrt ftflf HKIiTO iwm ft -vmlte or m hallRH to an Tflfrtiwii or a symfytiofty tHore iMnMrtlftitly UTRi mots hwH iwrfwst thftn finy otlwr sfn0ft tnilfnfriMl. TifB As90iftfl Is JHrt fnOOrMtlfoftlf; Wit iBffc msnttmrstron of it Is so simple that a partem ean totrn to play it with from one to ttmte weeks piRstlee. Testr vtttt to see tMs ni straient will he esteemed a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, WB PA. AVB., f ole Agent for Si:nway and Other First Class Pianos ami Organs. Quite an Item, If you would study your own interests in the closest possible manner, you'd find, in our reduction quo tations, "quite an item" of economy. No amount of talk can emphasize a pal pable reality more than its pecuniary sig nificance, and so our prices really "tell their own story." Tbree-plece Antique Oak or Sixteenth Century Finltbed Chamber Bet a chairs to match, 1 table, a carpet or matting and lace curtains or sbadee for two windows complete, with carpet, $G2; with matting, $13. Wo have some of those Mosquito Canopies, a little ttoro dusty, still left. Complete, with fixtures, ?5c. About 25 pairs of Striped Summer Curtains, of tbo $1.00 class, will be closed out at OSc. a pair. You may rcmembor tbow rloh Ori ental Summer Portlores. Early In tbo season tbey wore $10.50 n pair. Next week we'll sell tbem at $1.03. Here are the "way down" prices in Mat tings and Rugs: Best Seamless Matting, choice ftf S3 patterns, 30a Extra Heavy geamleea Slatting, 15 pattern. 96c. Seat Quality 4-Yard Joint Mattings, SSe. BeetS-Yard Joint Mattings, 18c. We've 500 Beet Quality Smyrna Rugs, site 4 feet by 7 feet, $.5. Were 10. We've about 400 Smyrna Bugs, 5 feet by M feet, $8.05. Were $4.50. Boglisb Felt Art Squares, 3f yards by 8 yank, $4.M against former price Of $7.50. Site 8 yards by S yards, $4.44 against !.. JULIUS LlSuURGH, TblrtiMuitli uut F SLrvoU. THE NATIONAL SafeDepositCo, OF WASHINGTON. SaaWaBhtatBBi Vf ar4tlal At T aaU 4WtMY , ttlf. ecKHtniKr- a MIX Uft mm tf i&mn, 4Mnts wmm op sufcs, JH H aHatIaaat AMnal JaaaJNatBaa? bii im He HMff imvyr nirii-T ttBB'sMataT r sannnn!" tnanaastP annsitafnjpnaasntjBBn tritatove "til MWR8S JtBNS jTd'Hlint TrvCOLW.TfSB, ea'rc Wnvh'njton JTJ1 Y 21 sf 11 10 p rr Otr (he i hnrrseanl Ohio tn c'Tiftnnntl rhdlnnsr1!""'"' Crriairo Trnn-e ti T,l- Cw,S, SElt MPt the CMrsfn, Pur Irrtonl ana IJnlnry FnilTond KrliiTrlrc frriTn ty esoh In Knnss CI'Ttrd ' t. ii A rnTitc more hesntlfnl smt in'crtlnuj than tBT "ther In Amertpa Vnnher of pmener will he llml'p.l JflBttmt hetsenred on or hot re HTfl i rvt niie' enn an mrormat'on arinres J. A. Tiyrtl, Vsrar. fttt,gt SM T it. n w . Wnh1rptnn O C SATTAT MTOITT EXCfRSIONS TO THB SB VIRniSTA BEAdT. On tbe Atlantic t'ont titttr tvnr bathtwj, bath n e" BlIGAWT MKAt.8 T TRINi ES AJIltie HOTEL, tllOl. NI MtATJT rAVlUON- $2 ROUND TRIP $2 TollrsBetih nrd Petnrn STKA3FKH EXCRLsloiJ. Jt'LT It, St p m . front Perrnth fre wntrf, srrlte at Snrfolk at n m. Trim f. the nenrh at I a. m siJNnw Mrim. SE"TH?r""Jt P-.m. au'viJAY, nrriic ln nrpinjrHm is, in nuflUAV Io loss of Ttme From Bnlnej, Five Hoars of Salt A!r at the Sea Senrer on the Steamer, TV Breakfast, Mi All the Delleaelesof the Season . Iecnre ttekets early. Onlr a limited num I ntr 2S0 Intoiloatlnff llnnnr ..h1 p.m.! ran be seemrd at Sis ami mm ra ne snill hi iiTOur s woeri. . WIl.UAMr WELCH Sipt Tlet hone Call, 73e. ny jm BAY RIDGE OH TI1K CHESAPEAKE, OPEN JVNe li Naval Academy Band. F1NB6T MBAL8. FINEST ATTRACTIONS. EVEItVTIHNa THB BEST. Trains fcave B. A O. Depot, week days, 9.1 a. tn., 1.30 nml 4. SO p. nt. Bandars, 9.33a m. 1.30 ami J.13 p m Leave Bay liMcc, wrek days, C 30 nnj 8 1' p. m. Siimln j , 8 ami 9 p. m. Round Trip Tickets - - $l.0( J. T. ODELL, General Mtnbccr. CHAS. O. PC'ILL, Jute.tr (lcn'1 raeoKer Agent. The Mount Vernon! AND MAHS1IAI.T. HALT, STEAMUOVT COMPANY, Oh an.l alter JUNK 1. 18W. the new Irun A titoi steamer, CTJAHLBS MACAlKiTEIt, vrilll Inei-iitiAi ,) Ant . Otattrtvmri nniinipei v hbk i, iirt.)t Ul ObVAilltlll for. MOUNT VKHNON ami .MAItSUALl jiAi.i, aa luimwa: ForllOUNT VKltNON-KverTrtar fpoen Seaittylat 10a m and 8aop rn .rcturnlm at i ami 1 n. rn. Vamentier ran n-nvun n 3IOUNT VKItNON until fetond boat leaver Ii ueeireu. rure, rotinu trip, ti. lur .uil.nR ou inimtfri iu uw .iiension anu I'rcuniK- ivie ganioaie on ine uoat. ileal ami lane tic terrtd promptly. Mount crrtn Oulai Hooka can ba nnicurnil on llio hoar. PorMAltSIIALI, HALL Hamo aiMOU.Yl VVllVnV ltt,ln tnm .AA1. .1.- Ob hUNUAYH at It a. m . 2 30 and 0 p. m, roturnliur at 3. S0 and a n. m On 1'lilDAVH anil HAT1 KTlAVa Rnwln Moonllsht Kiourloci down the rln-r ti INDIAN .HEAD, touching at MAIISIIALI HALL tolns and returnlnc. leavlncU'aihlnir ton at tlxo p, m., reacliiag city on return ti Meals awl Innebes at all times at MAIt SHALL HALL Kwlanrant. KaretoMAltSIIAU, 11 A LI, and rctnm, co-ia on any inp; oiuiuren, uoiwtea o ana 1. years. IS centi. Tbe nonular nnd reliable ateamer U W I COltCOltAN will mako her river landing ail far down aa OLYMONT, landing at MAItl bllALL HALL coins and returntne. leatlnfl ucr wuun uiuiy lexoepi aunuayj at iu a, a relurnlBL- it I n. tn. Itoiiml trtn " rent fcuBdar tr!rof tha W W. f-cimvuikHr MAHH1ULL HAUL will be announced .....afel. A.. .il.a.ll.HH.al. Forebarters of steamers MAOALESTEF ana iumi diia.-i ror eitntr MOfNT VBltNO orMAIt-HALL HALL apply to L. L. BLAKE Captain, oa steamer. jua.tl HUMUlilt I.KSOUTU. V--- -"- - v ' - TTOTEL LAFAYETTE. CAPK MAY. N 3. JJL aeao-uaodatM SOU guests. Open ail the year. Oaslbus and sea water free bath free to guests. Tbe finest summer and winter resort oa the ooast. Houe wHhlnU feet of tbe surf, JAMES STEFFNEK, l"reBrletoni. Ju4J,lm EUOO-TIONAX.. qilJEJOItWOOD INSTITUTE. Vr from a ttritaU Ultiri Hb rewy to your request for my adytce a to a feed sebool for your daughter, I can with eafldeBce reoo lend Mr, aad Mrs, Cabell's Norwood Institute, la Washington, D. O. Tbe standard of scholarship there It uiisu. iae uuHroeiHia tnorougn ana tneinaa- eueea giwu. l y. v. AMB, Justice U. S. tiucreme Court." The sebool oeuas&eot, SO. aaMitt I Directory of Lawyers and Law Ffrms rtAMBELL CAKRINGTON, ATTORNEY-AT LAW, Us)D street northwest, WtuhlnntOD, D. C. Weeeter Law Betiding. SasManst. ltU H ttreet northwest. ly OOOaHJHY WHESLBH, ATfOiWEYATLAW. Nt aad ati 4) t., Chaaaoay Baildtnz, oetr ate., wunun, u i Fit etltei ta Uw Oeartt of the Diatrta ante! Mats -eusaN Cusaty, Md. fci7 JiS tf J. WtlUJftJ. J u.ZACHHx . f'lt. Mt.E-KNEY PJslXJJWL ZAC-JiY & MxNNSY. m . . tteaef at Law, laaT-Afetti auu BuUJiu; F6f T AUMiU JOlUtaON, ATranntYATLAW, fesSMAiatf e irmnS rcct MO.NHY TU LOitN. A10a.BY'lUUiON HEAL KSTUE T. ill aat-otaas teunrir at lu.,tri .- . i I ratal est. JtOOntaywiiareaacurUy l t ,1 O. C UHEBN nl7il, -.tnw JWUKiCSSi ON UOOJ3bt-(.UY are. nee IU tN ALL W7MS. 8 LOAX OM BSAX StrTATK SECT HITY AT t AMB PJUt CENT M. . rAaUUtK. Ultt MOJUYTO UXU1 aa to sit Ot AtfHNtjd Ja. aVttv. Stc.r ty 8. atWAJUiEit A . i 'J.tj F i W , tU BtW ATE a U JL.. i N i M Sail paxu U th.. . :, JQHNP.AGNEW&CO WtjUaWale Md BeUU v u' z Until n bctft's Creek Coal Ktasia, ate- uxnacra jj- - -YJJaeOs.tlat .- arc aSSai fTSgaf . jiriiHr rt! lb .. mi mm iheOMM. 17 j-Ji melf ae the ToitM luititf, tHantf flbttrflT CtM' link Mai F Sk, N. W. t tafa e at rua.u7uTBSn V hW VeVfMnPW A.r so u. a. li3, )fa j