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TTIE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 22,1890.
; t s f Stjob Daily Critic ANt CArtTAt. htheiat Wmhtngtnn. aatsftv bxinino iTASMmrroJ ori no towr-At. OfMTl: tfASHIWPrXl.S. CflffT, 0 P. i of stmemttwa. Pt gftw teestaae rrepaM), i year. oBcmw ft ow en. i swats. . tint cjjmo, WAewJwwluW. P. C. JBI.T , 1SW, WHilHlttMr.iMrfu - , -. -a so boycott. "fl fcefw list lite Jfe York ftraM vfi tt jret tctfel orer tlw Atlanta LVS'rJlrsrfiew' tllfCHt of A COWIflflWCfW IsafcMt Iff tlw Pwrth flnt the rfrth. Tstfw fc Mtrthlfif In ft. MOW tlw month ago when the srbeme was lint broached by it C1arle km hHMImmI, then rttltlnt Cincinnati im H k wt orfttaal wHh the OonMtn ftp, Thji Cwttc took nrcaafott tn ob seTT that the whole thin)? was bmh aid MNMinM. We did not then Ami do sot Mm mean to mt that the paesaae of the lnlftP Flections Mil will not In Jwrtmery effert business anl. In thnt v?f, lessen the rohimeof trwle between the wetrrme, lint we do aswrl, ami npriH the stretsftth of as wide ami seen iate a Kaiwlltenf Southern sentiment as the Oenttittiiim caw ptwelWy poesm, tbat Southern buyers are not going Into arty whotsmle enmbltmlton to boycott NlSttuem products. The Idea Is simply preposterous. Tlic Sntth will obstruct the operation of the Lodes bill, should it become a law, nml the Sotith will render It as fitlitlsa or the remits expected of It by Its authors a the froren solitudes of tbo polo ate barren of vines ami foil n go ami flowers. It Is not ImiKwal bio that tills -struggle may restore many of the material conditions of tbo teconstrwcUon period, inueli of its turmoil ami disorder and prostration of Industries and values. And, m a matter of course, with these renditions will come a blight upon bust tees that will be felt tn every Northern market. Hut tn our opinion there I not'at the South even the nucleus of (1Kb a combination as the Atlanta pitpet nfgcts, and there wilt not 15 at any time In the fnture. Nothing but the V li dest relation of mutual respect and rot tHlrnce exists between the merchants of the two sections, ami these relations Me in no danger of being disturbed by the nothing of politicians ami news papers. 'I'bht Is, In tiuth, the worst fralure of tre Lodge bill: I list It will reeiots Ibu power of these politicians and mIMIfy afreah the political organic t tlon through which they have for so many years controlled the Southern Plates. That power bad begun to wane. That organisation was disintegrating. In Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina, the white masses hail already rebelled against the machine. In other States,, they were preparing to Itl'oxf suit. The thoughtful ami pa triotlc clement of the South had begun to realise that the end was at hand am! that the race question was about tn ail Just Ittelf through the only peaoeful ami beucfteeat solution that was possi ble, when Iied appeared upon the Kre. with Henry Cabot Lodge and Jebn L Davenport a his henchmen, and offered the Federal Klacllniw bill as a vet upon this happy evolutiiw. AVI) at Governor 0 or doc means in hU oumaents, what The Ckitio means, Tvbat everybody who knowa the acts in the case means. Is that the passage of the Lodge bill and its attempted operation by Federal i.tlteiek will arrest the progress, both jHrfltteal and material, of the South, re iottate the aM rigorous maculae of re cflDstruetiea times and, la the troubles and agitations that must ensue, compel theBpIe, whether they wish it or not, fe curtail the purchase of luxuries inm the North and live wore eloaly 'wittrfa their Immediate resource. This is ail there is in it and we respect fuMy but quite eoontteatly serve notice en the llrU to that effect. Tmh l'eBy '9ttua at Amnion, Vi.t slanara HtyuUieaa erguitis t; lawn vfy tsaitWe UOags sout tha 1jtgn hUi Utg Uiwastntlui M)bca laadws hi gewgarsn.whoM moss ttmiWag c tuMcbwioU t t be IgeorsMie ut the iotukmtn tasSja, would do wli to Usssa, H i oa of Its recent uUerMeee: li ttl m tatal blunder, u U would a( Ut rfce KefuWkses ot tiw Soath, sad aa i ajpdfy tatal nkUiti, ss tt mld retate to U fy tiMwiigkout taw souutrjr, to saaet taa law tke JLfidge Mil at y ether MM4MM WsJCttlftlsftll t& atfOtisM NMM SkuA MA tiMsWatl wNwNbNM ftwi foffcs kMuds t&0 Hm Bfjif tayijk A JsWkMaA QMttnial WfaaV w aaaUag war ueoe the OcaMeratte iwprtlsHmiis fa sewat of ttw Aouthara gtajM- Tfe aat inMr Is to leave the Buiith mleAb Ffiaaaa luad iBejisas ssh aaur at thaVHst vlat vtil da bumm ta hragk tka lli ateak mri. tlfglTllarifal th DaUBO- ctajlt fefty than all the l CuagMts ccaM saaci. Tac iniAtrs batng ofsaed, law esat tae eaiwfpae ajad tapisa! t is fMMpthe Korth, will work out Basalts, a to wkka no eakwf iatlaaal ofawedaalliia) need faet ateva aseeae taw i)sswafa&s Ve win o yaae aaw t-eaws ew tM EMNMSj aw JaakaAasacMd eca unaw wkftuk ska Is aww 114 rtutairtxx tkftt Utlad yuuuy . l dawldpg paasejat mtnrrthwrit wttt I kaavspj awat wis. Hat Itov Kurt VU tf. "Wku aw VNt P6l W&4 pstftJ,BItto ipttHWItUtl IM tHMMt Mgtt - f MpW0 4afd W ipfilJp) pUHElieipt vSft -v wflf sway pwaijlllpwapHg ejpapnpp Par gkF V p ttiU. purtlwaMfe of n- Ci Metli. ou ot 'Us raukfcfel tf ck sottf Hmidicd, or iWa atj, jvuiuuif m I uadw. tt vat ktr. Wehk's k. ml iort,vu to afnganpaaf tkt jaaarafjar (uuitw uX tAxswburj W Ike ueBiRf .i.g Ltc ti.ul niiUc43UuA UU)SaglWl ibatfujHib As tka carriage cuoulntag DM iiliiil IXuWiiger jjJ lua- moon dr aw .1.1 u (vtul (mrito UwriaT-aS aad tka .u.i m Ulj. uiwiv utaps aue u .. .i u awiieMi. iuete wese a sjis to eaag isw sil ktst sttu kteuttlu) t yiui teas trues kf aaal- WUk thettnr irit ff Kniftllt of tl r Fo 1 TTritirtroa s1 i ecnntne Amrtrsn, Mr WrM) cnte mntifnllj to rhs Oefensc ot tn ft noM fsdy WavUBf DnkanetpBft frotbsU p1syr tti Ms eo11ef ys he tal wwrt to h fort f! MW otrt rtgc cnsly thwigh ttw csntsge ow. Be sent tmernfnsn to goal by a phae kDMt, n4 then ty a frre kick from Ms flM tatvAed a -oatemoi)ffr on the toeh-fn grotnHl, and In the 'sitfkmaaw wnfen ensued h's broke tfee of Ms Hekt wetataraal fciwiea, -vetety MMtrwd t.tw fibnls and snapped m sawkgaJwe ew Hiees. Asa reatft Jsfi WfnVw has been rownwed to Ms house and Ms trnfthes, Tot tMs twbte defense of a rate mker of the JMtlsn artstotemeT Mf. WlMt dfMitvs reecgnttfon. Vft expect to see kfln krtghted by the Qmen, and snatt bevwy nmrk dlaappomted tf sometMag f IMk klwd dws not follow M hroH e- poB.', Mr. Crrtgtiton Webb ts a member of the Metropolitan Club of tMs oltj. snd spends mnek of Ms time here dniiirg (be foelat season. He Is youpg, handsime, well-to-do, s snperb nmttefsw, and, best ot alt, an Ami rlcan gentleman s to whose character and t ersonat antecedent there n wo mys tertts whatsoever. The leaet atteaeMre and Important thing shoot hint will be sny title or knighthood he may reeetve abroad. A nnwAt dual or comment has been pro voked by the cartoon In last week's .ii, entitled "Jenlons .tlm." It represents Mr. Blsftif looking over a feme or wall at a flirtation betwetn Mr MeRintey ami the Retmhflean party. Mr. Maine dees tot ap pear In a dlgnifleil sttltntte either. He If matte to pint the part of a disreputable Hump, stealing envlons glances at the plessnres of his better: ami, whatever Its Intent may have been, the eflert of the raitonn Is certainly to dfsperaee at d belittle him mot eonsptcu ensly. The chtef point In the alfatr h that the PreeMenl't son, Mr. Knseell Harrison, Is generally reganb-d as a part owner of Jitrfgr, ami, therefore, any such attaekon Mr. Ulalne mnst needs possess nnusuat lg itlBcstiee. AVe do not forget that Judge, In August last, dental the partnership, assert legtbet Air. Hattlson's relations with Mr. Arkell, the owner of Jmhf, were eonflntil to the I'mnt Irtic paper. Hut lieltber do we forget that, a fur nteks aflrr the publication of this foimal denial, Mr. Arkell sent out to vari ous perrons In New York and elsewhere, a ptUate communication, from which we here quote ami whtrh will explain Iteelf "IlEAn Sin: Mr. Kuweit II. Harrison Is returning from Kurope on the City of Paris, due here on Wednesday next, ami a num Imt of hn CH-tntmren oh Jtitl&t and Frank .' JUnttratfit A'fHWjmpfr Intend 7;olug down to quarantine on the steam Kiat I.aura M. Stariu to meet lilm. We shall be very glad to have you, or, If It Is linioslble for you to go personally, a repietntatle of your paper accompany usoii the trip. ery trnlyyours, "V. J. Ahkbm-" The average rltlten will, e think, agree with na In concluding that the comment alwe n ferred to Is justified. Tiik New Vomk . s j : "With Interest net unmixed with surprise we leant from otir esteemed contemporary, the lialtlmore AmtrifHH, that 'Kaperor William and the Caar villi hold a conference on the 10th ultimo.' It Is not true, then, that they have held a conference on the 38.1 proximo, or are holding one weak before last." Ami yet It Is not at all uncommon to see la the columns of our esteemed contemporary tome such statement as this: "Mrs. William Thompson, net Miss Daisy Jenkins." We hold that the Baltimore American' i slip Is not auv more ridiculous. It woexn he intkmbstino to kww how Bcna'or Ingalle reconciles, even In bis s-iare and elastic philosophy, the two posi tions he ItM assumed nlth reference, re spectively, to the "original package" de iltlun and Ike Federal Electlona bill, tn the foimer case lie ,taks the most radical Mates' rights grouuds; In the latter he sup ports a measure bkh utterly obliterates Stales' rights, Mr. Ingalle rattier makes a poiut of seusatlou: Won't be give us the biggest bakiip of the season by explain ing this little aouuadrUM f HOTEL ARRIVALS. skorthaiH William Bresphan, New York; Juhn Charles Adams, Oakland, Ca.; 8. E. Blunt, U. S. A.; W. O. McCoanell, Sba mokln, Va.; John Wblttaksr, St. Louis; J. II. WiMtow, PbiladalpMa; I.. K. Uotden, Cleveland, Ohio; M. S. W. Jones, New Vtxk; lljroc Aadreuaaml wife, New York. HViri.y'i TboBs II. Kerr and Walter I.. McCorker, New York; II. Uakewell, Plttkburr, H 8, gaterd, SaBferd, Fla. St. JimeK. M. Jaltrey, Cbleaeo; W'va. II. Cranfonl, l'blladelpbia: J. II. WloiraU, Virginia-, .. A. SlBMet, New York; Joba Lennox and A. Herbert Quay, Edlaburgb; A. Uirseb, Amerieus, Ga , E. XV, Tyon and nlfa,i(altgh,N. C, ywjMrtW-J. C. IUIUy, Baltimore, Md.; Eatil I'onsardlne, Berlin; Benjamin Stela, ilarry itJy, Baltimore, Md.; K. I. Bun yr, Iletroit, Mich. HWirr-l K. liurcb and L. Skaiaka, St. Louts; A. C Browa, MfaaeapoUs, Mum.; JoksT. VM0aa, BaHtaaore, Mil.; JobaaJ. Peese, LouUvllJe, Ky.; W'aker Gedfrey. Vtw Yosk: W. Van Befehuysea, New Or leans: J. W. Watss, MobtU, W. II. Utile, Sea Aaumio, T. Hiy U. K Culou, New York, James A IlaaaUtoa, JacksoH, Mias., K. Plojd Clarke a4 Jamas T. SeArkaaan, Jiw Vort; 8 W Kretriager, Ckkago; George Klek ardaon, IMdgeport, Cosui , K. G. Fay, Pktlaadeiphia. Jrkntu4i Cbafias F. Arniilroag, New YorkTlfekibaU X. Bawl. KbadsatfcTV. J.; opsuw Taylor, a. 4. Lewis, ueotge ut PiOatasf ; J. U. Faraawortk, Albany; I uosMUias, Asgnu, ua. XatiouulG. KeevU. Falls Cttj, Nob.; it. . Sekwab, New York; B. P. KeMekoa. San Aalesda. Texas; S. W. D. Green and wife, Virginia: Job at. Jtartaaan asaio Htrah, lkfbulehjkhi, Gaeeaw Bo4wM, Buf fslo. N. Y.. dkaeias a. Keekw laagptieu. waneaaoB, n. Kcsrvjiel iuutH. f. tiolsaa, Sueoetaet, a , Uesvy Wet4istr, Xev Yark, 4. V. Gada, AtlM,Ga; Fkfltlp 8. Means, Concord, X , 1 XcCaaaa, Mew York; Bjasala Nevkss, rhttaddpsa; 1. C. Cole, Hew York. W BaMoo. KaoxvtUe, Tea.; A. W. Terrell, Auwis. Tcaas. J. WttmTi V. Gmbm, UveWaOPNGa., J 1). Basis, Baaton. Watt lae HuasAiaawsi t ak ikassa A v!T Igrgsj finttiflw sia Alajsali&ajg 19 efipMMpe thw egaajaaw e kps Qiiom flkWffl p IpwW pp tsvflfrtm villi tin tiumm next r. TbMT w T IMA We Mi fiOttHmaM IBaV JTanWatifli Of BaV awia ppp p" w"rPPgrPP spew rpPPmpaPP p pr fioTpiBMsvitei wuh Um wwm Win will ifc-vir BijppwwU fcw mm JpMM wa tpef run up aiai that huWrci Biiuioo dawst - "W (MB GROOMS VAUdBd Mi fnwkiig ara oi tJu laateift. ami j&flir uaMi tfpipji w p$fiMiia4i wiw pftKpppj$ to Very lw ts lppt bis tfa&t MUtoOf, tew yf "rihffi Mpl pwl flpjpttpv ifli gttiHipflii ulepipgsVapefSp. & 1 sjiry soKih a4 c-lver, a4 fee aaakea a akaonat aiuaentice to afllfKapake kaa fe wttiRMM) If to tHMipflpJBV ttl ljpp OH tkanekatel baakkw fir ke alpaaa satWli eaaam anaT too lilr aata AMVSEMF.KIS, ..Tbn rttntea" at Atwawwn'a. Tin itollfMfnlty rt weatfwtt KtA Iwe nejtwWRfnf pttpwlgrfsy of lie "Wtntei of Penfance" cotnWnd to rtmw ft tlrt Opwra-Howee last epg pcrnaps Ore latgeat first night shiBpiiw Mnee tlm atHftmer really act In tt was a awifenrp evMently on very gno4 tftnw with Itself, tfce. pwrfotroen ntw the nerfomiMce. and the ppl m lively and spirited m the eirtenalti ment. Iterrttrat a fere of the Inevitable Mon day night mlshar the rerthlon of the Immortal little opera was oms to com pate tery favorably with imwh nvore nreteittlona prcsentawona In the pwt, Mies Iamoni Is vocally never so en tlfTly at home as In the fluent ami lurid phrases of a Sullivan scow, and the qtralntly, swt ntwi oW-faahlotwil nnm bVra of the pretty ikfW wrre very chnrmlwely ming by her lastevenln. Mr. Ivhl as wr hart bis nanil tussle with a treacherona memory. Ivit wore than atoned for all verbal short comings by the pleasing quality and ef fective nse of Ms light and graceful tenor. 'I he dnet by Frnieritk anil Mhl was very enthusiastically applauded, ami IndcMl nearly all the concerted music show etl careful ami Intelligent rehearsal. The General fUttmttji of Mr. De Ltnge conlil scarcely have been Improved, ami hie glib tlcllvcry of the Invariable Gil Iwrt "jHitler song" gained the unqmll fled approval of the auillence. Str. Ilmilerlck and Mr. Wilson were sler totlanly melodious a the IVmte King ami his Lieutenant. Indeed our matn objection to the light npertie of the season Is that thev anord these two admirable slngtrs so little scope for the use of thilr exceptionally fine voices. Miss Kaker was as conscientious ami effective as nlwaya tn the rote of the ruthless Ruth, anil Miss Unnley, who had all ton little to do ns the enticing Kfit!t, did It and a goinl deal more be sides with all of her accustomed effer vescence and vivacity. Mr. Clark gave an amusingly grotesque Imoersona llon of the &ergmnt of J'oUee, and tho chorus and orchestra fully sustained Iholr well-earned reputation. The opcrn will he continued through the week, and then, on next Monday cvcnlnp, nt Miss Lnmont's benefit, which thnuld bo n royal one, we will rductnntly say farcwau to n company which has contributed so very mntcrl nlly to nlltivlAtuthc pains nnd penalties of hot-weather existence In town. "A NEW COON IN TOWN." Thorn Who Arn tVlilte liy Coiirtesjr" Wilt Have to Look Out. "RiKA" la fa CtnelMHUi Knmtrir. Washington soctely and politer circles tn the south of us have been lately con Milsetl by the antics of a beautiful young man with many suits of clothes, who was much coveted by the ultra Caucasian ladies, when he stiuMonly turned out to be u forger nnd subse quently turned out to tie of African blood." Nobody had smelt him. The little matter or his forging i bill did not disprove the fact that, like Col'iuel Yill, his heart beat hard for his native land, but that he should have the taint of Africa In him nnd sit among our gltls, was ciisim Mli. The terrible In cident lends to the fear that some day nearly all the surrounding population will take oil their masks and disclose thu hideous fact that of one blood nro niailu nil the nations of the oattb. The little nigger will be found In every one of in. What Is that man doing with the kink In his halt? What is the other man do In i,' with such white teeth! Why has thu next man such a disposition to flatten In the nose? Nay, why should yonder man live so long if he belonged to this Caucasian stamp? Tliwu attrl butoa of kink, white teeth and old ago arc all negrofied. A bright temparu ment lodgesthe Impeachment that some where In us Is the grin ot Hani when his father Noah staggered ashore from the Ark and lay down in the first mud bole like the human hog. They say In Western Europe, with their Aryan susceptibility to Asiatic Influences, "Scratch a Russian and you will find a Tartar." "Make a white man laugh," It might be said here, "and you suspect the negro at once." PERSONAL, Mr. 11. I Clark, the junior partner of the prominent dry goods nnn of W, I. Clark & Co., has returned from a pleasant visit to Ocean Grove N. J., where be has been spending the past two weeks. He Is much Improved by the trip. Emperor William has been studying the Russian language for a year. Farmer Tillman, who is a candidate for Governor of South Carolina, is an enemy of the colleges, which he calls "dude factories." The veteiaa Dan Rice Is going Into the show business again with an old fashloDed one-ring circus. 3Ie. Modjska says she cannot af foid to get angry for 'the reason that to lose one a temper Is to lose one's boauty. W. Jennings Darnerest, the pattern maker, Is the prohibition candidate for Mayor of fcew York. . Mn. Eva li. Hart, who died near Syracuse. K. Y. recently, at the jepokwl age of 113. smoked as far back as Iter children can remember. A very i&Htte&tial roaamlHesi k&s boas org aaiaed U Jfew York, with Dr. A. L. Loeaig as jareaidont, to preserve the AiHssNulacks fioaa further laaatmctiaa by reckless tree cutting. It U hoped that the Skate may he induced to pur chase all lUthlf and to convert that beautiful region, which is highly spoken of by New York physicians tar Hs health giving cltuun, into a "State forest park." The betrothal of Alphimss DaMwefs aos Leon, aasl Jeeause Hug, the grand daughter of Victor Hugo. foraM an us lefegtsntf alHenfe bessseen the nektaml toss awl the rmaaatkials All of Victor Hugo's chlWree died before their father, mi thk little grandchiid. the sole aweteer of the f easily, was Use net and cowpaniuB of the old aa'a de eUakm ypsps- i- Deudet It not MfcpMpk appfipM tiUIA tt apntf. ft fekVppQpHpi fjj- uaetive yoauu fellow, awl the Idol of VN Kcekasve Um ieJ'iMia frvu, Uu ftsfniifsdffci Jfteat keasaaaea. JuMWaV J". 41 tft. FuJdst Jkapag A- Ifailey cisepliki a iMialliBi hew io4y hy ixuchajUg thfy of day war at Keves eepkiMiek and seU then l Mve eeces ifteo. Taia wan dose to break (he combination Wflpg the kpvabora p paglers who epjpg kw ceeta lor twkipy pftpers at the hotel and at the hiMi An efoct win be ude to cosafMi khe Vuios News totpny to reduce thp wtsleaak W at this report Knew What jg Wee tuiMnuc A.t. uaji aawses tMt Bmm- chief MaxeM tf the) Cheauheea, who seye of Hartp. "Utkks hit of tpUat, phsaiiceAiy awl mpltiy. alet wwih sWas wg 9PrP" p swp ppnp pjps &tsttsf 4ippriptt fiCw4 tbaV psvjawtt 4jpf tappf A SEGRLT OUT. tft jetn trAitAMatt mm PMTMASTlR-fiRmAl, it was jfnt Tnrwr.h lit My, twt ttre Menet or im PftfTsuTFPa. n ar the Om-ewturwi iiswl. tTmmtnttrm cm rwewukwe ef Ot Km I'oet rWWi An Interesting recttnt of a Wt of Jfe cem history was hnfd ywteniay. I! news it, however, the prflwry rtuWI cnlkni of events of cowtwwpofwweowj Interest, the story Is aa fresh tn a daisy. It Involves the making ef a Cabinet Minister. It also gow bclt to the days of the Inst rrwHentlal camnstlfn. The fcette h Pennsylvania, ami tw of the prlnclrml characters are the noted Matea man of Hettvr, Matthew Stanley tjuay, and the thrifly haberdasher, .Tohn Wanamaker. The fstnlllar fact that 1400,00) was raited by btiMness men of the tjnaker City and elsewhere tn swell the cam paign fund of the Republican National Committee is generally known to news paper readers. The prime mover In securing contributions to the fund was Thnmns Dolan, the wealthy Phllnilel phln manufacturer. A committee, of which be was the chairman, fried Ihe fat ami THIBII TItR LAMl). They collected In all a sum something In excess of iftOO.OftO fot the purpose of throwing the weight of gold In the b-il-nnce wheu the critical hours of the Presidential canvas were reached. The committee decided to employ an agent of their own to disburse the fund. They hnd great confidence In the bril liant polltlcnl genius of Hie junior Penn sylvania Senator, but the plain practi cal business men preferred to have one of their own Ilk to spend the money. Canny John Wanamaker was selected. The Impression prrvnils In the land that Wanamaker personally Contributed largely to the groat corruption fund. This idea Is erroneous. Ills individual tubscrlptlon, so far as the wisest know, was $10,000. The money was placed subject to his Individual check. Dur ing tho latter hours of the campaign Canny John mauV frrquent pilgrimages to New York. The $-100,000 was safely in bank, ready for his call. The jour ney between the Chestnut-street empo Hum and the National Republican head qtiartors was a short ono. nnd to and fro went the custodian of Tttn okbat contturriON pcxd. Ho carefully noted nil the vouchors, and all checks were signed by the cau tious Treasurer. The statesman of Reaver, at the head of tho committee, was obliged to show cause for every Item that required n money payment. That tho corruption fund was placed where It did the most good for tbo Republican party the re sults of thu election In Krv "iork city and Brooklyn demonstrated When It apreared that the Roaster lawyer was beyond question elected President of the I'nlteil State the Phil adelphia promoters of the corruption fund, especially Mr. Thomas Dolan, were In "high Jinks" over the succesa of tlulr venture. At a meeting of the committee, with Mr. Dolan In the chair, Ihe several gentlemen present felicitated themselves over tho triumph of their candidate. Chairman Dolan was dis posed to congratulate hlmselfand every body elie. lie Informed tho committee that the success of tho Republican party was due to their liberality nnd zeal, and that they or to take n broader view, the Ktato of Pennsylvania were entitled at least tn one place In the Cab inet. Ono and nil echoed the chairman. Who shall it bo? Mr. Dolan said he had n name to proposo. He hoped, nsy, ho felt confident that even' gentle man prccont would agreo with him. Finally ho named our own Wunomakcr. Straightway the makers of statesmen cheered, and exclaimed that It was altogether the proper caper to convert thu successful snender of the campaign boodle Into a ftill-lledgcd MINI8TKII OF STATU. "He Is the man for Postmaster-den. eral or, for that matter, Secretary of State, and all the other Cabinet officers rolled Into one," cried the enthuslastie Mr. Dolan. Then hesald- "We had bestsend for Quay." That silent statesman was resting serene amid the laurels of victory at his heme by the turbid Ohio. He re paired to Philadelphia soon after he received a letter from Mr, Dolan re questing his presence at an adjourned meeting of the committee. Of course Quay believed that Pennsylvania ought to have a place in the Cabinet. So far as be was concerned he would like to till every office in the Government with Pennsylvanians. Mr. Dolan informed Mr. Quay that he bad a name to offer. He, too, had a candidate one whom li a eouia ute ana tnrougu woom ne could fill up the Department with his own favorites. Finally Chairman Do lan named Wanamaker, Quay bit bis lip, maintained his reputation for si lence and agreed to submit the wishes of the Boodle Committee to General Harrison. The result is known to all. This story was related by a gestle nian whs was In a position to know all about the transections above stated. Ferbaps It Was Gdil. ftm 14 CiiLaga ffytalil Blaise to geeerally behoved to be the author ef the article oa Speaker Reed is the A'rA Auttric Bmitm. But thU k to target the vitrolic pa ef Ma diatisgulaheu relative, Gail iTawlheB, to whoso sot infrequently hesefcafaee ke has lat rutted the literary Saytag of a poMlka eseaay. It Is quite la (Jail's line, aad the thorough knowledge of parliamentary law which it betray he wight eaaUy have obtained froea Mr. Blaine, who has bees Speaker of the House and is MMsethisg of a perils aies tarian hinaelf. UUdH l'urue t iU Fim HUI. from lit AUatUu l untHtuhou. Thoae who advocate tide measure are wiM he to demoralize and disorgasisa the Uduetriee of the South, and, at a ssJaaral coasaeouesoe, tho Bq IshjeT It will be sees that the Pedetrtl Fate hiH eeesi a gteat deal more thw -MfM as ate face. It h sot osly a olitiit sJfabr. hut tt strikes deeper aaa pappaPAPV PPSP' we mrw fpp pirypfp PJSfPSE IpsyMpHf 4l yp iMIsflsMSi ttfltd ftswiwinlrY p Wtk Week 14 Uwm C rm t4 mmumm & The ssfsijipesi iii'fBciraHyiaflfle of iwf Kliilct if awl the least of tike eviU ihaf presept ptedosnlnaai e of r marlim ulsa, raiiisgsi wiM bfjV,!S tsnos ae tuatrw. IkdisMM hs Ajwetioaa tastitutlwn wv niit Viwawa dBalr q r,isi'itf f nor. Thw eaoawais of the uodaaglY Pakty uaanv Mi ppatjM nmwiirsBtD aaMs kpeeuaiy. tt is beMeeed, worh thek oieai coce. MUMe "Wan x TeT 4)'teas fmS$ t fiftni4 eViiu'wi' The lfumblp m tn "s-vr'-'i-H w MifUnbj tut khats hoM on the iigas ttwrtpN, hajl thaa ip fees far mom Indshtioi to any one who wUi stuwt thew how w kt it go. OFR lEFFHSElBi WKf-tOAST. A Bltlh 1 leet CnnYel XHtitt ttrtT t ity la ? frtottlirm, Oencral lon A. MthM, MtonrffiMid oil ihe Par ttv rovtt Mf nttnvmf hefove the t mmitMt 1HHmiu f (Jrmtrrtrrp and Puslfrtki wfth Oauwla, ptwwnted to the donate fHtorAif, rs: 'I believe thnt th? railway system "of British Columbia conM hw WWWpsi nt American troops in ten days; In other words, that the principal pm nt British Columbia could be tfewtgWil hy American troops, not, howevw, Htfmrgh V ictoria That Is on the Island of Van etonver, occnpled by Rtitlth fotwaa, a place where the ftrttfsh Gbsvstntmnknns spent millions in bnlldlng dry-dD1r ami navy yanls. and had maile MtAe survevs for fortiflcatlons. Ther hate there at this time a fleet of war snips j unuer tne commamt ot a lirtnsn Ait rnlral. "I think that during thai ten days the British fleet could destroy every town ami city on Puget Ronnd, destroy onr railroad system there and occupy our outlets for that northwestern coun try. They could also send ships up the Columbia River and destmy the City of Portland and that railwny system. There Is not a gnn or an earthwork on Puget Sound, nor a single artillery sol dier. There are a few obsolete guns at the mouth of the Columbia, at Fort Canby, but that Is not now occupied by troops, "That is the condition of affairs north of the harbor or San FmneisW). South of the hnrlwir of San Francfeeo there Is not a gun In position, a round of am munition, nor a single artillery soldier to defend the harbors and cities of Sun Diego, Panla Rarlmrn and San Pedro, the terminus of one of the railroads, nnd f i oui those points a small force could destroy the railway svstem In Southern California." The testlmouv contains an account of the Rritlsh "fortifications nt Ksqul matilt, where It Is reported that Grout Britain Is now rnncontrntlng war vos scls with a view to possible contingent cits in Rehring Sen. Tho general policy nnd ouectonlie Canadian PacIflB itniiroad upon tbe united Stales rail roads Is discussed by the frionds nnd Opponents of Hint system. HER DOG BURGLAR ALARM. The Pfcnllnr Dartre a llnirslo IVomia ltns to I'rntcct Her. J'rom t)it mtmlttphla Xorlh Amtrienn. RfFfAi.0, N. Y , July 10. Mrs. Aljinm Altman of this city has In her possession a dog which, although ms.de of bisque, is n most ferocious-looking beast. Tho animal was purchased from a Boston woman, who conceived tho Idea of the design which was to bo used ns a burglar alarm, and, under whose care, she should feel ns safe as If sho had a big brass cannon at oach window. Following up her concep tion, she had n Siberian bloodhound cast In bronc as large and asllorcuns possible. In Its diaphragm she had a phonograph set. She then borrownd a neighbor's dog to bsrk Into the machine to load It. The bark did not exactly correspind with the appearance of the big bronze dng, but she thought it would frighten burglars, for she satd the dog's bark will be worse , than his bite, nny way. And so she Kt up her braxen image, with Its full set of phonographic howls and patent Insides, and had It con nected with her room by wires and an electric button, so that when tho bur glars made their appearancu she could Just touch tho button and tbo dog would do the rest. Rut the burglars did not come, nnd when the old lady died, tho dog burglar alarm, as it was called, wm shipped to this city. OFFICE OF WOODWAItD A LOTnilOP, Comer 11th and Fsts.n.w, Stock-Taking Reductions IN Children's AND lisses" DRESSES. t CUU's VtbMe letUa. LkMa Dfes, stee 4 jean, tedeeed (sea e.TS to iM. I CkaU'a While India Utwe DMea,wMfa teak, si W jeaw, radeeed nasi M.fS to tM I CUWa WWW laoki Uaa Sum, stae 8 Tear, reduced Isoaa SIM Ut aj.it. 1 )! White leaks Ltees Bfs, feel skirt aad latest waist, else U yeasa, ieiiil frcntajwiosan. J CbMdraa'a White Iadta Uasa Brai.at, trisaaed wttk MpkioMarr. ae , 8 aad M yee, redased sVaaa S to !. aaek, 1 Metes' Wklte iaela Usee kaK, fH task ed aks't.ahptweiet aad ab,iiae Uveess tWIHHa frwM is aw w-(p l SUaaea1 ati oser aaWftseaaered Sedk, sklat and wales, size M year, redaeed turn $ le W- i tkiUr's nee Wkhe THwkiinW.nniit JFPwBPwkj WWpw wi sr ppPS Pwps PpPaBp pVVpjP pjjetoMeaek. etkMdiesi-s He Whtte BtnpMa, at-eer UBhCtisUACtf ttietat ttAHal KrJfcAk SLXltUt aft tti lflt J WpUpSp ltpMali fQpp wVpsv a $frMPwk X MtswSM Fe-M vsiw 4pMpAtRlMp -UL 1 Jli-' FiW wv WU AH owr BwtftfWimil X -Wtowtf Vttft WhtW faifln IMrr tuillp-r pWasF""Sw"iPSp wWVl MPltwVc pS HB Ww f"5pe yHtt-? -Jkmtn0JjmaA WW Sl4pMp It CMMaw'a limn lata lav Tphhti Is te sppIBpM' p" sw Itw toiim k LBflflir ewMrua 4 1 se. s. w. SALE OF PRIVILEGES OHANOB CAMP TAIlt, AUGUST t TO 9, On WEDNESDAY, JULT , AT S V. M AT OltANGK CAMP, Will be sold tbo following prlTtlagas: One I'liotOfirflpti Gallery, Ono Hotel, Ono Itestanrant, one llarber Shop, Ico Cream,Soft Drinks, agars aad Tobaeco, Confectionery, Fruit, reenut Stand, Watermalons, o. Also all Bames and amuicaents unsold pre Tlously. TEHJIS. Twenty per cent, purchase money CASH, balsnce on second day of Fair. A. c. WILLIAMS, Seorotary, Grange Camp, Va. Trains Iavo Waibldgton at 0 a.m. and 1 J p. tn, Itetarulng from Granse Camp at CHp.B, AmueraeHt darlag Fair, Teernameat, Balk, IJalVsoH Assensless, Ac, Jte, If You Faal Tirad ajivwfrB out or ran own rmm bard wefk. by mT'reitimn wwwinton ot the Moon f lew state ef tt system, yon sfconM take mm Sarsananila. The icnttt tontmr, fswwjrne ana tiutiatnc qwatHtes ef tMs sno eetsfnl meatclne are stma felt tbrnngnoat tee entire yftem, expelling otase aw arr )p)r P, healthy acthm to every organ, rt tones the trmeti, creates an appetite M fsjeees ttie Tlrsr aim Kfdneys. TTwitWRWfs testify that Boon's MrsnrssrRIa "makes the weak strong." ltiilPliiiR t' nml Hti-aiiRlhi-iilnj: "1 bare nsed Itond's Mrsapartlla for se tw awl haw derlred Iweetlt therefrom, tt gives ne an appetite ami sttengtnens tee wlet system. I can oneerfntly iseumtiieml H ta at! homed a regnlatorof tbe bowels er a bnlMIng up anil strsngtnela meitt efwe." Jnstsn W. Owwt, Pres. Cambridge Mutual Fire Ins. Co , Cambridge, Mass. Hood's Sarsapariila 9oM by all ilrorri'ts. $lj stx for 88. Prepared only by C.I. 11001) & CO., Lowell, Mats. 100 rtnse-i Onn Dollar Wcarcconscious that human nature is as sus ceptible to pecuniary inducements as steel is to a magnet. Finan cial considerations arc the superstructure of trade, and when busi ness bows its head be neath the drouth oi periodical inactivity, there is no iorce so re viving as that which bears some advantage to the purchaser. Here is a light shower of the aforesaid: We will sell 050 yards of Knamcled Jaoquard, for slip covers, at 3 cents a yard. Our Curtain Polos, with brass ttimmlngs, complete, are 21 cents. Wo mark our Striped Bummer Curtains 06 conts a pair. We offer All-Wool Ingrain Art Squares as follows: 3 yards by 2,, 4.00 3 yards by 3, 0.00 awards by S, 7.00 3 yards by 4, 8.50 3 yards by -ii, 0.50 Kncdlsh Fell Art Squares: 3 vards by 3, $1.45 3 yards by 8, 4.95 In the high-class grades of Furniture wc nro making some spcoial inducements: Slahoganlaed Cherry Cheval Glasses, with French Plate Hoveled Mirror, 54 In. by 90 In,, and oxidized trimmings, wo reduce from 50 to f 30. Ladles' Boudoir Dressers, Sixteenth Century finish. Oval French Flate Beveled Mirror. 3 Bide Cabinets and 3 Drawers, oxidized trimmings. Marked f40, from $05. An Elegant Combination Hall Bsek and Settle of finely pellibed antique oak, elabo rately carved, with French Plate Beveled Mirror, 40 In. by 4in, ItwasflM. We mark it neo. Massive Hand Carved Aa Utre Oak Sideboard, with Bev eled Preneb. PiateMlner, Crys tal Shelf, Stiver Drawer, aspte prepftrUeat. It was $M, We week it fM. JULIUS LANSBURGH, 'llilrltwulU ami I" blreet. THE NATIONAL SafeDeDOsitCo OF WASHINGTON, BWpslss swjr ppw eaap p Wpwwsm asspawgtfe. - MK "WW W IBM fsUUHES, WW 3u. t.milmd-MU Ttt iw. P.S. SA.M gotr.it. Making It an Object for Ifou, AMBSKMBNTS.; a lBAcesii gHASB oyirftA Hotrsaj. tAt temit of ctk ssasow. UrrWrff OPERA GOMPHHY nTng Pirates of Penianoe istwipay Avenln Jnaiy sa, Last WtM aw Branit TestlnMBlal Bstieflt to s-rsctAL mattrmi! wrrs of row ftG,"tlTi. jysi.tr mas HEOLIMN. rathe 0rei ot AH Xnsteal Instruments Jfseaiwe R jwrfoi'ms any whsm rmn a itaHa er a banast to an orertare or a symphony more rwatitirnny and more nearly isstfect tawa any other sfnele tnstf nteeet. The Avitan h not mechanical, bnt the mampsttatfen of tt H so slmtws that a person earn Mm to Way tt with from one to throe weeks' prneHee. twir rWt to see thlsln strsnent will be esteemed a faror at E. F. DROOP'S, 918 PA. AVK., Fete A rent fer SteSaway and Other First class Pbmos aim Ontaus. uxounioNS. IpWcA m r.M kxt"vkek7 ' U STBAMBR SCn EDI LB 1IOUIW OP IIRPARTtintM OP DOATS FltO 4 WAsIilMUTOM AND FROM FORT WABlHNaTON. The MOUNT VERNON AND MARSHALL nALLHTBAMROAT COMPANY announce to tbe pubuo tlt, linTlnn tho exnlnslve right to land at Pott Washington dnrlnir the Rnaamp merit of the National Ouanl, tnolr steamers will Itave as follows: COMJIBSCIKO TUE3DAV, JULY . From Waplilngton (wbarf foot of Sevrnth strretXstT a.m., 10 a. m.,2.3up. m.,4.J0p m., 4Ah p. m. , 0 30 p. m, Frum Fort WaslilnRton at 8 80 n. m., 3 SO p. m 7.30 p, tn., 9.9t) p. m. Thlsseliednlo will be In foreo fromTUKS DAY, JULY, to SUNDAY, JULY J7, Illolil tlTO. PAItB, ROOND TRIP. 5o. L.L.BLAKB, CapUIn Jyei.H BAY RIDGE, ON THK CHKSAPJtHCti. OPEN JUNE 1. Naval Academy Band. FINEST MEALS. riNB8T ATTIUCT10NS. KVBKYTIIISa THK I1B8T. Train Iravo U. & O. Dpot, week days, 9 15 a. m 1.30 ami 4.30 p.m. SBadaya, 9S3a m,, 1.30 and S.15 p. HI Leave Hay IllJce, week days, 6 30 and 8.30 p. ta, Sundays, 8 aad 9 p. to. Round Trip-Tickets - - $1.00 J.T.ODELL, General Minuter. C1IAS. O. SCULL, Gen'l I'aMcnser Asent. Jnt,tf The Mount Vernon AND MARSHALL HALL STEAMBOAT COMPANY. On and after JUNK 1. 1900. the new Iron and steel steamer, CHARLES MACALBSTBR, will loavn her wharr, foot ot SEVENTH st , far MOUNT VERNON and MARSHALL HALL as follows: I or MOUNT VERNON-Every day (except StiBdsy) at 10 a. m. and 3.30 p. m .returning at 2 aad Ml p. m. Passengers can remain at MOUNT VERNON until second boat leaves if dealred. Pare, round trip, SI, Including ad atsslon to tbe Mansion and Grounds. Ele gant safe on the boat. MeaU and lunches served promptly. Mount Verron Uulde Reek oan be procured on the boat. For MARSHALL HALL-Same as MOUNT VERNON schedule for week days. Ob bUNDAYS at 11 a. m-, 8.30 and - P, m., returnlnir at 3. &JSO aad 9 p. ra. On FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS, Special Moonllcbt ExenrsioDS down the river to INDIAN HEAD. toueblBR at MAHbltALL 11 ALL tolBg and raturulDB, learlng Washwg toa at CM p. tn., reaclilos olty on retorn at Jp,BI, Meats and lesehea at all times at MAR SHALL HALL Httaurant. Fare to MARSHALL HALL and return, S6 seats so any trip, hUdren, between 6 and U yean, U eeeta. The pppalar aad reliable steamer W. W CORCORAN wlU nuke bar river landbiKS as far dews as QLYMONT, larding at MAR SHALL HALL gate? and returnlnir leaving bar wbarf daily (exaapt SuBday) at 10 a, ra., retenbfcc at ) p m Houad trip, 2J cents. Seeder trips of tbe W W CORfORAN to MARPliALL HALL will be anoouaied weekly. See advrtieBatt. Porehartara of ataaiaera MS.CALE8TER aad COBCORAX (er either MOUNT VERNON er MA BaHALL HALL apply to L L BLAKE. Cvptala, ue aseesaer. ju8.tr .irrisii'iiiiiu i. " -1 "-r1 -" SUUMEIC itKsoitrs. HOBL LAPAYETTB. CAPE MAY, N J., HBunsBiaodstw SBOnuerts. Otwaailttui J ear. Gibaibu aad keawatar tree bathe Mi te sshmU. Tie laast sueuaer aad wsaser teswrtea tbe coast. Bouse within SO feet el, the serf. JAMBS & jsfEPPNBit. Psearietora. iuttlia UnUOATIU.VAIi. nT.MIRY'SFEMILE ILESEMINIRY. X ST. MitWlTnf. MB . fnmiiiiinii tt 04tth year OCT 1 lasbroeUou tour juli TetBM amderete Addreaa the pried paLMMfiA K.THOMAS. jyS.tew.iiu rpu MOJtWOOU HS8TITUTE. 6Ia wpiy to year request for say advice aa te a m-oi whtiot for your danaater, I can whs meiaiienre Tofifrnnnerid Mr sad Mrs. fatielPs TTnnrood tuetttate. ia WasUaetou. O. C. The standard of schajaraWp cbese la ates. tee teetraetloB tbomngb aad tbe bsfla esess fleed, L. Q. C. T jy, Jeestee V. 8. SoKseie fl" , iweteaese eMSwSetN.se. aaS&datU DMifj if Uwps wl Law hm. QMpaAJpUMWO. TTOpY ATrLAW. ttftlr itrpt xott I) iTpxl", yaatHsafnn ft C. WpjbMpW IMF SpflldsPPal sMit D aAawAr eajawe-hqya-.f eppsaw eP ewwspsww sppsi ATSOWWY AT-LAW. HI aad Hi 4k at . Vbannnar Bulldliir : rnmssMt f i "itlEiVf TaTr Tfl Be WPSTM sffitSL T Mf-BiW.lF VlfUJLUW, SAfiMWf & JtsKKMHSx. i taiiiiiMSS al T ii m aantaapa. y AWPtY-ALAW, as fifth Street