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THE DAILY CRITir, "WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 23,1890.
v . j ; Tub Daily Critic -" -- jUt OrslJ JJeTrsflrTflffc It7jr Pipn Pub- htheiat Warihington. KtRy MBHtNO TTASHiJWroH ortmrj cnp-T. OTftCt: anm 0 itmit rtoRTHWi. WAtBWWhtKt tiff, ft. C ft. n ..-. afe, .fek AkihuMaamSk.Aeh TXlllR Of 81 MlfllrTIUfl. Br Maw fynetaas iwwpaM). ) year f lwmtfc s (wffWn mM ftjs I MOHtD . W aMnn TlICia1lC Mi ft stfWtt WHMMmWWi 9 " WI.WWII. , i , aoon bye, norcoTr (tNclM qu!te fe Ifi pm!H IMt w9 bH fcW Utile If iiny mora of the OmjHa rrpittton to esisMlsb a tarsi - tsnewntt aalnrt the North thrrntjrft f ut Ike Southern State. Enonen of the Souther dties have been heaert from atrende to fire aamraitce that no meatwt silly ami mtoMermn will leeette even a considerable apttraTal. The Clumbers of Commerce of New Of lew, Birmingham. Lynchburg, An jrwsta, Mowtarjwierj- noil Savannah biive refilleil to the Atlanta 1'tnnfitnHon, say lag that in rae the Lode Mil becomes a )w they favor a commercial conven tion to consMer the situation. Itlch mowtt, Charleston ami Mobile fay ont rlahl that ther do not approve Hie boy. cott, ami jtaltltttore and Cbattwanoga snnwwnew that their commercial bodies ale not political organizations In any wnee. The m glaring and significant fact is that In no instance has the OoimtitH tton's Miotic proposition been squarely Indorse!. The attempt by that excel lent newspaper to take charge of the Boil Hi, to dictate Its policy ami, irrci ilentaliy lo boom Itself, has, in the pfctnretque phraseology of the great American game of poker, "hit the ceiling." Instead of j-iislilng; forward In a grateful and enlhnsiaetic hurry to hall the ContUtotfon as their Deliverer and Chief, the Southern cities have contented themselves with courteous replies, some of which rlatly repudla'e the boycott scheme ami not a rtnjlt oru of wMeA Hppnte U. This is what Tun Chitk: said a month ago, and repeated yesterdar, would he the Smith's response to such an over due. Sonthern people are not fools In business matters, nor ate they mallg nantly itrspoeeil toward their Northern neighbor. They will protect them selves when their rights are invaded ami their social institutions threatened, but they are not mabonteuls, ami they seek for nothing save ieac and the oppoinalty of prosperity. "Willi the possible exception of a little, hannlewi flatuleacy from the Georgia newt papert ami a beetle speech here and tbore frtm a surviving "old timer," we 1 all bear no more of the "boycott." WHAT THEY JIK.YN. Mr. Iteed and hU followers mean one of two things. They mean fair elections, Independ ent vetlrtg, peace and prosperity, or They mean simply the retention In power of their party at any cost lo the country. If they mean the former, why do thry advocate a measure which, on the tuilrjswwy of alt Democrats awl fully half or all ItefwbHcans, will defeat the uptralkms of their yearning souk) T If they mean the latter, why do they fakejy pretend to mean something else? The Southern people are at this time reedy to meet their Northern fellow countrymen on common ground. Ho lnteWgent creature can consular the recent political developments in Ala bama.Tennessee.Georcia awl South Car olina without perceiving that a wbele f rme and patriotic ferment is at work throughout the South. The people are tired el the old leaders, impatient of the old methods, determined on a new departure and another iHepeBeatioa. Under the influence of Increasing popu istlen, Multiplying industries, the growth of immigration and of wealth, the South has for some been taking on the conditions which at the North produce differences f t olideal opinion awl elasebSeatioa. l'ad Hr. Jktd off vied them an election lew wader which these diftefeaees eowkl lave U est peacefully and safely erys leUiissd. the South would have sceeplatl it, tees) at the seeriiee of the eowviw tie that Ike Federal Qoveramsnt hkcsjM leave uth saattese to the Stales, lissi Sir. Bd ofteted tkern the Aus 1 1 alien VeJiet ayateaa, such was their sleafjie foe a seanMsnaeskt stf naeslss) asm a SMhUf poMtkal eeolutkw. they wosdd me Uken it ami thanked aim IbMJtjr. Bat Mr. Keed and Us eo-peniuira-tots have caleted thesn, UHsnad, a measure vfcfct will put an end to the wteatssNM deeelefsasnt which was fas pregMSf. Tki have declsxed a nsUey ikei wtt) sHehJe the South once taose iats rws hessiW hwces, the whjtea awl thai hsacU. They haxe Uunchmia isresawMal in attest of clviliieiiee Ca ty ose harttor the saoal evaaes- et sVeatht as to what they saeaa r We Tmt UV. Mmnca or the Inierasttonal TaWsnlwi aasie at taewmwry of -fessa-iussl, Hat Us awl Wesh," by wage linass araaaiatis4 tnoaa tiae JFreneh fee MSMfaah sasMaaAt nsasaea la Untswinili eslsgp If hue! LosaVaaw to the aeahee's iMsmw la the aeeowt esmaes as ihss fesnih Ls aage: 'H la Important lo have cwav t asm new lssg H same who, thtesujihoat 'crpa, the aaeet taraUe tdes of saasrn uu, t--taa isgaaarartiin ut eaatons ay ate u.tui) ttu ttltia, a wan who, nation--ui) ..vviiigthe iojJe ta sntae of taaar ig 'cLuc til vhses, SMgfet to teach awl i.ice Ua cvsa before they hai ataJe LLtli.t.t Unre4, a smb who. els ar dent Uttu to hefv ansaaaiay. hsitams, la iujb, iboiogin, iueyar, agttewtliiiranat. u.tj.uXatuier,MOj jonraiajtM awl SEJWQi iL.eiti. a umu ehv, sM ieMery fruss k.Lt u,d tMtuUt. never sasrsei a SMsaaos iul, Li. loum, sinaa, isUy, whotn host uilui -u.J tuiu wsa, Ui Utc very lent, . .u.ui..il uij Uie upsnacst, suaidittty .1.4 .a,ul ibiid. ' lh ulwM id the lul Lv bUuf us tw tiiKllod wa .o .1.4 to tee ywhfac a i "nifsals l mi; ut fwititjwm lean cihiMsVsal hteftt age, awl w every islattee vf Uat. the ( n' ' n i f 1 i 1 i nif, 1 i" li r 1 ' . tjiM! f t t 'p iiM'1Tns',T ff ttirrl-li I Is mt( rlnl n i il anil llrtel'frtiul uni? gles srr nil fnhhfnll; tTtrsyf4. The vot rrth fs one oT s series mtemtefl prrertpxTty for ntncstfon siwl sfhwrjlaww, bnt, tmrn !TS own tor!ir.t: hferest, wt frtrt very wsr-y resers ontslile of IMs etasa. It fs pnMfshvil hy l Appletrnt Co. of ! twh, il Is for ssle In this pity by Bfn-tanp. Wb ntviTNnmtenmrrarmirnmrewent that Mr. Henry fatal limtge nfli entertain the Snmtrtoatt Press AssoemOM of the toffne aomn Isoston at Ms Ttafnnt hmiee, wmisj sJay fsst monln ?lo mvnM Sir. Longs) ffajiffe Imagines that ne smii vane lay Ml Have Anger on the crest, tUmMfnt fMhs) of eetttemporanenns opinion. Ifot he II mtsUlren. The frre-lnnoh rdltor, ttn fMM wttk ram and grt!tnte, H net gotht t Itll Mr. l.rr( Mt he tMMts of htm. tint u Mr. l.ntge coM borrow the late M Mnliere's wrn rfr ekttfrin amlwsmler shout daring tm re malmrer of the season snwne- hts nM sseo elstee and fricntls, he wonhf hear tiiln s vry rreatlr to Iris erlvantsoe. Mewmill swrrlxln that he S nJ-rlll hy tte J'strsnl nlumni, not on seeonnt of the roittirsl opmiwie he Winer eaptemes or en trtsits,hnt on seeonnt of theemitMhms tie was base enongh to mbonttmte lo snpenleney, ami lo a petty ami sells snd conlempllhle expetfleney st that. He wonM leatn that hlgh-mlniltit ami honoraiite men n h ) look i sknnee st trim, ito not do so beranse they (IMsIn snrt comlrmn Mm for what he be 1 teres, bnt brcsnse he prorpeere what hi does not belfeve. He wonhl team thai th) country does hot revwe soil honor htm m the I tent hand, tbetrnslH frlemt,the ttUrr rpn of rtfkfr hnl, bnt, on the contrary, wrrttM ssceftaln thai the country regards lilm as a mere appendage, which the speaker wags at times m! Mt upon at other times, And these tltecorerles vrenia be worth utrtoM sums lo Mr. Henry Cubot li1ge. New Tone ooSsip, as reflected by the Wrtr's "Msn Abont Town," says: "Jolin Usimmsker, If rrports sronn.1 the Fifth Avenue Hotel msy be believed, hae matle the proprlrtots of the .Msdlson 8o.nre nsrden an offer for their property, with the view of establlehlna' a "tialrersal store" sftertbe st.l of th great empottum In Loudon, with WsnsnisKer Improvement". This iltt tnske a sensittlon In New York, it Is an open secret that the xetillemen who put their money Into the .Madtsoti Suare (Unlen sre very sick of the enterprise. It hasn't paM, ami the) see mi prospect of Its al unlets they loner the plane upon which H Is run snd mske a sort of London concert hall of It, which they don't want to do. If Mr. Wsnamaker would turn the Garden Into an Immense dry goods, fsney goode, I ot am! shoe, millinery, books and iH.Uutis emporlnm, with tlussell Harrison ss hesd ttooiwiilker, "Bob" .McKee In charge of the IsdleV boot tml Mioe deart raent, aixl hints conveyed to the Immense army o( F)dral (lovermnent employes In this city and Hrooklyn that ft would be well for tbtm to trade at Wswamake.'s, tliere would b money In It, snd mt mistake. The Idea Is a good oe, and worthy of N ai i maker't genius." iT tiik linn of (leneral Fremon't daith he was engaged upon the manuscript or a aper for "The Century's" forthcoming i cries on the California (JoM Hunters. It was to he entitled "Finding Paths to Calf fcrnrs," and was not only to deal with the Kveral eiplorln expeilitlons, bnt to nar rate the writer's Intimate connection with the events which 11 to the conquest and i eeupatkm of the tertltety The work will he promptly continued by Mrs. Fremont. A first draft of the srtfelebad beu made, and th subject bad been to recently and cloteJy diseusstd b (leneral awl Mrs. Fre mont tfcst she will fasve no trouMe In com piellas: the manuscript, for which she had aires! y written an lutioduction, as well as a supplement deicribfng her life at Monte rey in 184H. A flue portrait of (leneral Fremont frtm a daguerreotype of '49 or 'SO will appear la the September enuberot "The Century," along with portraits of Comwodoets SJot and Stockton, "Duke" Owfn and Governor Hurnett, In an article giving account of -'How California Uame Into the Union." Nklmb Bi.r's book, "Around the World la Seventy-two Days," Is )urt what might have been expected from the pen of that Intrepsd feminine New York Journalist. Iii terse, anergasia style, beflttlne: the thing de scribed, the gives most graphic word pict ures of tier famous trip around the world, staitlag fifam New York on Thursday, No vember II, ltf, st .U3:30 o'clock. She went ftrst to I-ondoD. then to CalaU, Brin dUI, Pert Sab), IsmaUla, &uu, Aden, Co lembo, Fenaag, Singapors, Hong Koo;, Yokohama, San Francisco, and reached Jersey City January SB, laSU. The time devotsd to actual travel during the Journey was M days, labours and II minutes, and there were lost by delay U days, 17 hours and 80 minutes. The average rate of speed, exclusive at atop. wasW.tr miles per hour. The book is fwbUshed by the Pfcterfa' Weekttcs Company, ml West Twenty-third stKet, Xsw York, and is for sale by the Wathsngton Hews Company, tan E street northwest. A rkv-vic Litt lb skbtiU by Harre Soil, entitled "kWrabst, or the Man of 4I," is pnMlahed by Ootlsherger it le-., 11 Murray street, Xew Yost. The ttssstslton from the FManch as made x psesaly for the puhUahsrs by Xr. Clara Belt. The book purports to be the ex p i fences In the Island of Tahiti of a young IngUsh officer, aho preserves thssn m the lormef a diarynd weaves in with their re cital aaneh isjiwcsting InirrrnsallVm eoav ceming the hahtts and ehafafftefistsss of the Tahsttasi aahwalaaa. Aakse from fsaswesssesi tareaeatsd be of the story, it wHl be Tsansnlnn fee the laasuee hoass of these lvrashsd sust .. Foe seat ay hsisatsse. htnisnb KifLiM., whaae now is never, one's Ups, awl whom the London Mortal has dabi4 -A Hew Literary Ueso," rnnlsmwis a powerful etory cejani "at the tut of the Fasaage" to the August nasthetof "Uyptatott sMagsrine " Like the beet of air. hip Usg' stories, it is a sketch of life is India, for it 1 this life thsjt the aJnshof knows beat; his bafuraser tnan of unman hie he been vhtaanesl at ant aawt in the sety hears of astsee cartes. hs dams no ufosman has ever nssjaAsatssI aaanae, aasl hat asaeerehss have neen faaflrr tatof by a pecfest ssaatery of kUwtsainMa. lt ia this view lfwwlsntge awl wnaeatjirs, blenewl with poners of ohasrvesien awt tai ame-kftirfna gg sibb asjrs'W- - lafBamataT. ammffst ' " m wsgswws awpre pss" enables the author to patnt such lile-Uke iactures of life ia India as is "At the Cwt of the Village " U. Loins cosM-aai hate teat Issued 'The Caoan oJ life." aaiaeikmalnfcaalcasn "rer ei111 "s sses s"assflpmjsjp sjsjsjpsjp' srswinsi the wanting of Ismry Wm$ I illgsy hit hy Sey," uwt of fiiarge MiilsnawJaW hossitrn W. sujjsoim iricud of amavy Waad niahtaj the IggMatnlMfSS to Muiia' cuatenasaisi swr"SjBIIPean sn' fspe fjjfsnsn" m&t, aMs HMRfMgfM IkVaWUAaMSjaMMy irsjwwm t hi BSjasjBsubs. Ul'JJJ JRKrjS. Hf.ttt F M A'l-nn, (1ismficrbiirg, Pa . nenry Altmsn and Arthnr.l. Benedict, Re York: F. W. Inwnwh, MlTasn1tesj; A. ft. ravl, t. 8. .: C. 8. Whmsronfc, I! 8 !.; A. .T. Fjtton and W. T. rmchwse, Cm ctnwrH; Joseth Frecrc, Canton, tiMo; A. Fruerh, rntsbwrg AafrVmnl Isbsm Resrea, Neheaaks: Iltnrt 11. tocher, Mow York; ilmrles TrneM, Detroit, Wch.; A. Wsfte swd X. B. Xtlrrr, Virginia; M. Berhlet, rMharelpMa; F. Mflrer, frrrmta; R. h. MtCBn, Pltle hnre; ChsTlcs Mayer awfl Wife, Jrher York; i. C. Wllsrn, Clcvclsnd, Ohio; Charles H. W, PhflsKlislphls. frrrwf7rtn John A. Woolston, Flrlla Aelphla: F. Forbes, We York; A. T. .aratka, Jr , Macon. Oa ; M. Jlesr Rerger, t.Mragn; F,. Newcomb, Jlew York; .f Crrthmsn, jr , W. C. Cothman, Sonth Caro lina; Reimrrsen M. 8rmervll1, Alabama; C. R. Prckard, Alsbsma; Xsthsn Ifellmen, Jte-w Yoik. St. Jomn Cornells.l. Sheenen. Atlanta. f?a : II. F. Orsnget, Jeckeon, Mich : M B. Kieimna, Nmfohf, Ya : L. V. 8nlich, York. Fa.: J. A. Boyd, CMrago; Rev. snd Mr, i. F. (teorge, Crmnwttcnl. ypvrt(tj J. 8. Taylor, Bantmore. W. C. Kfbbe Jfe York. IfrTferire John M. Wood, Jefterson city, Mevt (Jenejn s. Ferfwarm, r., Mew York; W. H. Hateh, XHwenrl; James M. Hesly, rnttsvllle, Fa ; Wftnam R. Ntckel stm, lioeton. fftore-F. Day, Mew York; Charles Whttmsa, St. I.onls; B. I Werlon, AMsny, (Is ; John Paul Jones. M'mmVjrV Ksrl Klckenmeyer, Tonkers, X. Y.; R. Etckenmerer, JfewTmk; Walter 1.. McCorker, Xew York; C. OcherheW. Kherrhmn Mr. snd Mr. Werlkh, Pltte btttg; J. I' (Irani, London, England; WllTlsm A Itnssell, Msseachnetts; E. I Emtrte, Jfew York. Anrmnnrfir (leorge W. Kent, Denver, Col.. M. F. Moore, I) (!. Moore, Rllsabeth, N. J.; William I Abbott, llttstmrg. Irlinplon C. K. Gibson, St. I.ols; J. C. Levi, (fsnnd Itaptds, Mich.; Powell Rvane, Philadelphia; John (I. Todd anil wife, Houston, Tex.; Peter J. Mclllynn ami wife, 8an Francisco. tron Vah. B. Wheeler, Benjamin II. Wheeler, New York; Henry K. Ames ami wife, Auburn, N. Y. 7neaam J. A. Thomas, Boston, Mass.; U. Wileon ami W. F. LoNmetster, New York; K, J. Maxwell, Dougherty Station, Cal. PERSONAL. General von Mnltke lms broken his long silence by coming out in favor of cheap beer. Sir Morell Mackenzie devotee more tlmn fourteen hours eucb day to his pro fiselonnl duties. Virginia's first woman physician Is Mrs. C. L. Haynes. recently elected as sistant physician of the Western Lunntlo Asylum. .losciuln Miller is said to write the worst liami in tun united States, which Mtves well to veil certain eccentricities of spelling;. Though she lie a mathematical prixe winner. Miss Fawcett Is said to lie a lover of novels. Doaens of these books are rn the shelves In her study at Newn ham. A woman known as the White Q'leen owns a goodlv jnttt of the Island ot New lliltain, in the Southern I'ocltir Occnn. Her rial name Is Mrs Kmma Forsythe. A marble palace Is being built at Lenox, Mass., at a cost of $MW,00l), by Ocorge Westlughoute. A marble build ing adjoining It will contain an electrlc llght plant. The reputation of being as kind as she Is tluh is enjoyed by Mme. Furtado Iielce. She has the most distinguished Israllltlsb salon In 1'itrl". after those of the HotbKbllds. The director of the l'eabody Conserv atory of Music, Baltimore, who has re cently been knlehtid by the Danish ICInfe, was born In Copenhagen In 1S18 and was a student tinder Gade, Ilerllrx and Dr. voa llulow. Marrieil life agrees with Jlrs, Mary Anderson Navarro, as she writes that her health Is much improved ami that she and her husband intend lo return to London soon. Liter they contem plate a trip through Switzerland, where they expect to remain until autumn. Emperor William, who seeks to Iml fate In all things his Illustrious ancestor, King Frederick the Great, has recently adopted the letter's taste for white horses. Since the death of the hero of the "Seven Years' War," almost 130 years ago. horses of that color have been excluded from the royal and im perial stables at Herlln. Within the last two or three weeks, however, both the Emperor and Km press have repeat wily appeared In public In carnages drawn by white ami cream colored horses. ..The World'" New City K.lllor. Jtea Ahout TWm" U tKi .Yew York Star The New York li'orW has a new sity editor Mr. Ernest O. Chamberlin, for a long time one of the best reporters and correspondents of the Huh. It was only by the offer of a very large salary that Mr. Chamberlin was Induced to hmve the Sun, where be hail done re markable work, such as descriptions of the disaster at Johnstown, Pa., of the inauguration of General Harrison, of the Centennial ceiebrelioB awl of the labors of General Harrison to construct his Cabinet at Indianapolis after his election in Jb88. Mr. James F. Graham, wUosn Mr. Cbawbertin succeeds as ctiy editor, becomes assistant managing editor of the Weeid. .V Tralteroua Measure. rnm tk$ Uottom etat. In short, the eaTeet of this traitorous measore, U passed, will be to destroy the whole fabric of free government aw turn the recatblie into a oligarchy kaosw csfaoaw tautai the Rissahui weetaot Ua. uteee eswrop tha wtfasi Boswt U herroslwieit daws. Thta is loo serious a matter lor UteAaaerkaa people to wshe an issue uwm. The ma who for party advantage wotjhj support ssKh a aaeawte hi not worthy the imsm of a iewrlcasciUien. It U little hotter Him treason to the repuhHe. Tiutar)- ami t'wtirtlae. Hum (4s -V rr aTU. ifrs. btwlgisuv-Wbse'ywur(iaugh-twr, Mas. Yift Mm. WigsylM Hhe's mm to that I mMws fcng tW Irtlriwiw w4itw j-t , lor .ftWIl h m $? m t hmt wlhkMI IwM MlS fcwsHMtV ILNBW YOU AS 4 BOY Tree, tie aM no ssjaja's hpa Towevesix swfwmwwS " E'eaiiM Yatt lessT vsjanssja way be i wghw Even sw bm was lasts - Hut OksVU aeeer ufetch" tha 1 who has "sJsovn you ss s hoy-" You way win the warrior's tayaasas, Ycet way weac the Buaafani You WSJ set, with emweol WsmijC' Aa swisHDEDg wwsU sjmc Sw TSBesU the aasTasw wswwr usaia: "Wswnstithe fuss turr Why, I knew hiw ho I" seaoit Vief shefeoa " JHw"1 Waw splsBsn W. Wees nut -an-'iiiiaa anal aatahaL DSTsssae aMsanfiSMsa wWWMwWnslM, LORD STEYNE'3" SON. RIS rUTR RtCALLd XM0WI3 OF sitxT sjARprs mtm. la Ha Jmt Like MM Pirnrer inherits tn Jinrsjees r HetirorAM ?Ai anttWM KrrtetifeM hy the (Jween. Lcntnmt, .Inlyfll. RvcTTorreffrrolrae read Thaekerys gmnt note!, "Vantt Fair," will be Interested in tlnaniHratice rnent of the death to day of Sit fttcttftrri Wallat, one of the rtettert itteti ami greatest collectors, of art In Kmjlaml Sir itretmrd Wallace was the lltogitlrrmte son of "Ird Steyne," mi of lUe front Hgnrea In the novel without a hem, but be was a very differrnt man frBrn hU ftmr. wh In real life was the Martinis of Hertford. Heariers of Vanity Fair" will re member Lord Sterne, the rich, selfhu, cynical and dlssolnte old man whose portrait was Instantly rccognlred by the greet wot'd of London In the reprobabs v. horn llftwdon Crawley felleil to the floor when he surprised him ami Hecky Sharpe at lite midnight supper. The Mainuls devoted bis enorrtmos income lo the purchase of pictures ami other works of art, sparing no expense to erntlfy his exalted tastes, at the same time shutting himself up for years in his superb mansion In Paris, and flllowint no human eyes to feast upon hli art treasures hot his own. He was never married, and Iticlmnl Wallace was his son by one of the many ladles to whom he was devoted at one time and another In his long and riekloes career. The Marquis Iwuntl ftilly Mipplltd his son from his own enoimotis fortune, and Hie young man was enabled to make a great figure in London and Parisian society. On at taining his majority he received from his father the gift of n magnificent cstnto at Lteburn, in Ireland, nnd mar tltd Mile. Julie Amelie Charlotte Csstel nau. the daughter of an olllcer In the French army. During the Franco-German war and the siege of Paris air. Wallace devotod himself and his fortune most irencrously to the relief of distressed lirltlsh sub jects, and his cxettlcns In this field wore so conspicuous ami meritorious thnt Queen Victoria conferred n bsronolcy upon him In 1871. On the death of the Marquis of Hertford be bequeath three fourths of his vatt fortune to Sir Rich aid Wallace, toeetber with the magnlfl cuit collection of works of art which had been so long nnd so jenlottslv guarded in the Parisian mansion; anil the Marmiisato, from being almost the l Iclicst, la now one of tho poorest of English titles of that grade. Sir Illcbard Wallace did not Inherit his father's temperament, and soon utter the latter's death lent the whole of his priceless collection for public exhibition for n year at the new Ilctlmul Gr en Mutcuni. Sir ltlchanl completely stripped both the houses In Purls anil London, uncovered his walls, emptied bis cabinets, and sent bis choicest 'treas utes to give a new pleaturti to the lives of thousands who never befom heard the names, much less stw the works, of Turner, liembramlt, Reynolds and Mtirillo. What will become of his treasures, since be leaves no heir to inherit them, is a question that will seriously Interest tho artistic world of England. Sir Ilichard Wallace was a decided Coniervatlve In politics, In which he look an active part for several years. He sat in tho House of Commons for the Irish borough of Llsburn from February, 1878, to November, 1883, when the constituency was merged In other districts. He served as one of the Iitltlsb commissioners for the Paris Ex position of 167a, nnd for mnnv years was a trustee of the National Portrait Gallery of London. A PHONOGRAPH BABY. Tim Ouod John I'layed ou Clovernor 11111 or New York, Ftm UU .Vw lVtenraaf. Politli-Ians of alt stripes were laugh ing yesterday over the Fourth of July joke perpetrated upon his Excellency, Governor Hill, by his lifelong friend, General Dan Wylie, at General Earle's residence at Normandle by-the-Sea. When the Governor was about to gintly place his valuable person upon the couch prepared for him, be was al most startled out of his wits by hearing a wee baby voice crying out: "I want my mamma, papa, dear. Where is sber Lighting the gas with the speed of an electric volt, the Governor turned down the bed clothing ami felt a faintnees about the heart when he observed a baby form stretched on the bed. The Governor stooped down gingerly to closer examine the mite. Then he saw that the baby was nothing more than a life-like doll fitted with a phono graph attachment. Throwing the baby In the corner, the Governor turned in and slept the sleep of the just. He bad very little to say to General Wylie on the glorious Fourth, however. .' . .in l'ruiluiu or llm fmuuluatloa. yum t4 MrtUm Lift. Stranger (at restaurant rending fiew bill of fae Give we seta ehlekaw croquettes. Waiter Very scwry, sir, but these slat wins. Strange Then give we seane oyster patties. Waiter Estreseeiy sorry, sir; hut we have only nwt beef, eossMki beef awl stewed beef to-day. SUsagsw But whewe asa ail the tkiaoe that I see est the bill of faswt Washrr-'i-reosithehiM of rase, sir. wmp ,i,iii i mm A VVaSeM la it Wrt SSimI. Frees tw St. LuoU f mfttn, A waschwaher is Newcastle, JSag- awwwwal Mswwwwwvir QOwlMswwiatawl s flswt Qsf wfwHwl sjold shift stwss, fat saw of which is a welch that VsetM etreihwl ttsae, the oHal heisuf ostiy ihswssiitssawihA osT an iajstt iw iisiaeMawr. inw thjws atsuls aae ctwswflsaal hw a ssfiw of siIvwl, Insifsf Use sitirt Ihssois), sjsd lite waaeh, float tsJBjftd in the whadlst oave, is wound up by lure isuj law etui aawee. The hawts are set by turnssg the osvs below atssfstM2 eci the rtaeVt. Whaw a ttuswt of BsfiwisnUtivea Wr he saw to power by law Federal JNataes awi the Fedeiwl wsunala. when JSTSsWrs s mm vasapa" wswss'wsasa sw eswwsafi Beach awi cawp. decree) awi bayonet row bine la rwtwg a "posadar" hiajkch of a asinri I wgisiaUsre. It is Uwt to begia to take our bearings and coBJktder erhwhaw we are drif tiag. Jress Sis jr. Yor Jmu It w iwswS ht the Dewu-rau will wtwwlvwhttss)fuilft the electotal ftusjMH. even u tvswsv St. To th, ob. W lw,4 fm fesMtoewlwaMWh mtmmmwtmW1 m wtwwWlh)g4sew swwk, sisy awwY ship sw) gae wss toheiefio. -jUm Furl UuuM. ' Ol'G THRO' THE RTB,M nnrns Mrn a Hies ir elrirt and ot Oram Pterd, Tne Atlsnta Jonmttt Mm llHHaJ it folrowinc lniniry DM Bnm meim s HeWwalhM H(oT a Held of 'hi- irrnfn of twl nwrmjriMn be wrote ht 'onir of 'Vontoi Thtrf the Rye" Brims found this oM sow, rehHet the Journal, as he did the mm Of "Auld Ing Syne'' and others, floMttg in the mlrtdof the comrrron pewfjlej of Steov land, and gave to It the btttimwce and grwee of his own renins. Tim tsmjin is fotiwded upon a singular custom In con rrectlon with the crossing of the llltle river Uyf. This is a shftlhw strewn. ctosiwi ny means oi mepmng sroms. by n aodic If a met a lassie coming- thronsh the Rve." and he kissed Iter. it was plainly nobody's business Intt theirs, and the custom permitted It. The lassie In crossing was not in a position to resist sttch llltle passages of lore, ss she bad to nee her lmftds to bdd tip her skirts. Hence the litres In the song: Draggled all her pettfeoatte Onrntng throwgh the Rye. Clearly it was a stream that was meant, as any reeding of the poem ami a little knowledge of Scotland will show. Itectctens Management, "It Is the chilly truth," says Senator Carlisle, "that the great surplus of the Treasury no longer oxtets:." On the contrary, a deficit is threatened. To meet it, the usual contributions to the sinking fund may be suspended nnd the Treasury reserve may be drawn upon. To touch the sinking fund, however, or the reserve, would be a step of n very extraordinary character. There has evidently been reckless management when the surpluses of the Cleveland regime, me so soon succeeded by these embfltrassmenU. l'rnctlcnt Ofirlstlanltr. Frmt life. Ho Would you care much If I should steal n kiss ? Bho (strictly Puritanic) I should. I rould not bear to look at you ngnln, should I know you to bo cull ty of vio latins:, in the smallest ilogrcc, one of tho commandments. If you must have a kiss, occasionally, nsk mc for it nnd I will bo only too willing to donate It, but you must not steal It. Tli rt Senate nml the Turin. 'remthtXnc Votk Trihnnt. A long list of Democrats, however, arc understood to bo primed nnd rendy to go off at nn appalling length on tho slightest provocation. Tholr Intention to consume llmo Is woll known. How long will It be before tho tnsjorlty In sist on their tight to control the busi ness of tho Senate by ordering the pre vious question A Surplus b'Hi7 In llnnillp. Prim tht Xttc York It'erM. Colonel Fred. Grant's fsm us apothegm In the State campaign ot 1887, that "a surplus Is easier to handle than a deficit," Is verified by the present situation. The Republicans are finding It much harder to handle the deficit which they have crested than the sur plus which they found. A Mean Sinn. From Ut MtmpKU AtalaeAt. A suit has been brought In a New York divorce court by n wlfo on tho plea that her husband always liml roast tluek for dinner nnd forced her to oat fried liver. .No court on earth oould refuse a decree It tho proof Is estab lished. A Terrible Suspicion, VfiMt Hi tHHH CI If 71mm. Docs Mr. lluieell Harrison, who has been giving the TcxonBSome very fetch log talk about the greatness of the Im perial Commonwealth of the Union, hope by means of these molasses to capture that doubtful State for his pat Subscribe to atcKlnley' rum!, rem Mr LoulnUI CoarUr-Jtmnml. If every Republican will send Ross Quay $10, Mr. McKlnley will overcome that 8,500 majority in the MoKlnley district provided Mr. Quay doesn't jump Into the Susquehanna with the funds. Not Hopeful, ')rA tte Clients THSwm. Kklerly Female Relative (at the sea side) For mercy's sake, 'Mandy! What if any men should see you in that 'ere batbln' suit? Lively Nlsee (savagely) No sh luek, Auntlet Die lu lied. Prim IU Hi fait UtftHt, Newspapers nowadays are mostly filled with accounts of accidents to pleasure parties. Still a great many neonle continue to die at home in their beds. ' i. .i Ituzora Are Uonrn. JVewi tit iuifttM timtir. "Gimme a two-cent raaor," said Johnnie as be plaeed the eolrM an the counter. -That I will," replied the isoseheeper, and he banded htm an yeast case. -- i . Up With the Time. rm aw .aw rrt . Mrs. Sawwbwy I didn't catch Dr. 'Piweiy's text this morning; H wasn't hon 'Robert rfltwere,' was Uf 3fH. Ilastle Of course wkt; it wee fNMw 'Marie BashhirtsesT.' .. . bhe tteitverLt. Jseas Mfbch. Wife (whs is always slHug) Yew Ui bury we by the side) of wy icat hmhnnd, wew't you, Josut r Huihnii With ptoimw, wy wee. Fur J & UraHaut' ynw KruBh to Their futuev L.uueh-Koiu. These two yoswg awl ciateefehawg gewth wesk w have been nmwhf suesawefally fw some tisae past two slssaint bseah seawas at Hfw flfteeuth iireat awi w hevewlb northwest, have roarlmhsl to eswu siMitber spleudld Pilate huwh-reABS splits Pesaeelvanla eveaue northwest, u Thuatfwy, the 3eth (fcewstiy Lewis' iawetfr stose). These lunch-snows aw far WWes awl wenslewew. Kvetylhias; aereeu w ItsI fiaii atle. The wUfc mufu these ewMwCsVstfMwwM ClOMwM swwaVswttwIy fenMsV (www AHK sstMsMswl sJwWIrW Hwai CfUwwtwwIwtf eswwfst wif ! gs u, jm. tifw mm wiBs WQMAM ftwVwwT IwwW iwi Ifswaf awlwwlAwwf waww YawW MtlflCt ICsCBL. genfi KwSsWfi AuL Ww T sw s sswiw as pswwjp loli MMttO Vww9 CswwswwawwW Mt$&& ttl ft IflwwswMsV ftww t IcJjMft assjfi we'wiwrsw ihy swMMi gW toswwiwww www! fsV "! WwwW ajfjsjsw fwwswr wy WJJJT lkjfj) tfaft ffffafJsilte fsft IfjjML. 4Per wwfw, lp swswww wlwWF iWw gecsi tady lap M W " UwewnTswiB fi thssisK i -!- Xweshreir's. VJJl ftSsMwr wwCtawVaf itwf twwiw' haww twe a w H toabwe JUMPED FROM A TRAIN. A TilKoneT Maiies Onml HIS BseatH) irom a Jersey t;tHtaMe. JIat's L-jtwofiro, !f. J., ,Tlt !. Frank Ncligen, a young man, hud a rrt1iig before Magistrate Tonnf of At Isntfc City yesterday, for aesauR and battery on Mrs. Kllno, hfs boatdlng mistress, who keeps a cottage at 1003 Atlantic rivetm, awi ttas hew in henry bail for court. It pprs l"t Mrs. Klttie skcd Nellgen to pay hi board, when he pretended to have lost $10 In his room and refined to pay. They had a few words and Nellgen assaulted Mrs. Kline, striking her In the face and back. Yesterday afternoon Constable Henry Smith started for the county 111, at this piace, with the prisoner. Jnst after the train left Pleasantville and was got fur at full speed Nellgen made a start for the door and the constable started afrer him, but was too late. He gained the door and leaped from the train. He fell all in a heap, but was not hurt. Inmping up he ran through the Melds to the woods and disappeared. The constable had another prisoner ami Came nn to this place, where he tele graphed back to the officers at Pleasant vlllc, wlro are now in hot pursuit of the fugitive. Nellgen's wife was also ar rested ami locked up for theft. READS LIKE aIlASH N0Y8L, A Central Ametlenn floy Who Avenuei! Ills Mother's Death. Sax Jf an, Costa Rica, July 98. A 17 year old boy, whose mother hail suf fered death and worse at the hands of Hcrmnnextllo Chavcx, n notorious bandit, has been the means of bringing Chavez to his end. Chavez had mil t rented, robbed and killed the woman. The boy, when he heard of tho manner of his mother's death, threw down the Implements with which he was working on n coffee plantation, seized his mnchetc and declared that he would never do another day's work until his mother was avenged, and disappeared. Ten days afterward ho camo to police headquarters, and said be had discov ered tho rendezvous of Chavee nnd his accomplices on nn abandoned rnnoh n few miles out from the city. He led the troops to the place in tho dond of night. Tho bandits, finding themselves trapped, surrendered without n shot. Chavez, was tried, convicted and shot. "World's Fair Conference. FmLADKLrmv.PA . July 32. Mayor Filler presided this afternoon at the conference held between the members of the special committee of the National Columbian Deposition with the mem bers of the finnncc committee of the Centennial Exposition, held fourteen years ago In this city. General John W. Palmer, chairman of tho national commission, and Thomas IL Dickinson, secretary, were present with all the numbers of tho speclnl committee, of which Jtidtro James K. Mclvenxleof Kentucky Is chairman. Train llobbors in Minnesota. DcLUTir, Mtsx., July 83 Just as the 10:90 train on the Omaha pulled out yesterday morning, three men boarded It shortly after the train left the depot. They bocan operations by throwing red pepper In tho eyes of the passengers nearest them and then began to collect all the jewelry and valuables handy. Among the victims was Judge dough of Superior. Ono of the men was nrrusted In Superior and the other two are believed to be among those ar rostcd hero later In the day. ornoB op WOODWARD & LOTHltOP, CernerllthaBtlPsti.n w. Stock-Taking Reductions IN WINDOW SHADES. as Wladew f-badss, dhTereat ataes, Aswi eaa, IleHaitd, Opaqao a4 Seeteb UsUaad, ready ta baa?, red need to We eaeb. Peurlk new. WTCCKTABlwel MBaMJwTlOiaS IN WHITS eooag. ItaW Lamas, sheer awl rceainit to Mas per yaett. 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Ky the irWversel satlsrsetmn It has given, aM by the iwy rewarltable enres It has ar-ow-pHsherl, Howl's Sarsarwrllra has nroTe Itself nneensled for bnllnlng np and slrewttheWfltt tse sytem, ami fot alt diseases artstat fro ot promoted br imtmre blood. rj not et rerlwrent with an rmtwsrd of or rmtrted arti cle which rm sre teM Is "as strod as Hood1"." bat be sere to get owlr Hood's. WEAK AND TIRED. "last sprlnr 1 'eeiwed to be rrmntna down In health, was weak and tired all the time. 1 too Ifewd's Sarwrr,lla and it did me a treat deal of good. Mr little danihter, 1 veers old, has strflst et if om sororala aim catanb a ereat deal. Hood's SarsaffweHia dtd her more frond than snjiMn else we have ever jftten her, Mne. Ijoptsa cetn. Caw aslota, N. T. Hood's Sarsaparilla fold far alt drnpnrMs. St; six forts, rrw pared only by C. I. HOOD CO., Tiowell.MsM. 100 Doses One Dollar. Answering Questions. The assertions of a house of character are self-sustaining facts. They miy provoke queries doubtless do. They prompt people to ask themselves and each other any number of ridiculous questions possibly you know what they are. But the best answer we can think of to all these de laying problems is to remind you that when the hare and the turtle had a race and the fleet-fo itcd hare wasted n uch time he "got It ft." There is a lurk ing moral in every pioverb, especially in the one, "Take time by the forelock' For a few days we will sell: Reception Chairs those "niohe orna mentors" In decorations ot gold and pink, blue, oalc, ebony or cherry. They were $9 and $1.50. We mark them .fS.75 and f 3,75. "Wicker llockers. We reduee them from $0 to i.oO. $0.50 to $6, $7 to ?6.fl0. "Wicker Tables. Very elegant and "nltra.f ashlon." From $10 to $S, $ 0 lo $7.35, 7 to 6.85. $11 to $0, $18 to $10.75. If you will look In our F-street ihew-wlmlow you will see a line of about -iO Tapestry ratters, reduced from $1 to 7o per yard. "We have about 15 pairs ot All Che nille rortieres 3J yards long various shades and designs ta sell at $6.30, They were $10.80. "We have 37 pairs of "White and 38 pairs of Ecru Nottingham Curtains to sell at So" a. They wore $1.96. All Furniture Tapestries are reduced 26 percent. "We offer All-"Wool KnijlUh Woven Art Squares at the feltewlBg reductions: li yards by Si, from $,1f ta $1.40. S yeede by S. " T.Sw 5.13. 8 yank by V. " 9.90 to 5.86. 8yardjhy41. " l.h U 8.M. These prleesa our Satyrs Kujes are abaast half value: 5 feet by i, $t.li. fee by , 1.m 7 feet ley 4, (Lift. 9 feet Viy . HW, 11 te( lay n, 1J4. 18 fesst try , ILMl JULIUS LANSBURGH, Tbirtveulb ami I" Mrel. THE NATIONAL SafeDeoositCo OF BfaSHIKQTOH. QSajwfJ ha CaiJ Aawa sJ TrsPfssaasw sbj swwwaw ass ss iuwr test. 88rT5J - w mm if Elm wauw. BBVTUKI Of SAfSS, " sw'BHWjajBf ssSwwWWSSiW iiliiililltil a aw Hm sMiBtam XLfct4wwe4taWXswYwtAe, AMtraiEWTi.; A LPAt OTI'S ORAND OTBRA HOISB I.A.T WSBft oTtBK KASO?. LIMOKT OPERA COMPANY m TBK Pirates of Penzance. SesasJay Svenlne. Tnly ss, teal Itlirht fiwrt orarM fMttmonlal Benefit to MISS IIT!l,Iitt IiAIONT. f-rlfrtAL matt nwi tonrs of FfN M trf MR rieeeTts TrtPR9DAT MORN lMJ,Jtrr,ttt. irsi.tf mtiK KEOUKN. Is the Otst of All Mosteal Inrrnroents Beeanse It iswfoiins any meste .torn a waits or a hailed to an evertere or a STreihony rnoro fceenrttrntrr srM more nearly psefeet than any other single Inetrrfieetit. The Aeolian Is not mechsnipl, hnf the lwsmpatsta-w of ft Is so simple that a person enn rttrn to play It with from one to three weeds' rweetlee. Tow vHH to see this In strnrrWRt will be esteemed a favor at E, F. DROOP'S, SSS PA. AVK., Fete Afrent for Stetnwftr ami Other First Class Inos arm Oreans. ftXtlUltSlONS. T?lCAMr.MBT WBBK. VJ 9fSAMBR srnBDir.B nouns of tiBPAttTUHHa or hoats fro vi WA8I1IN0T0N AND FROM TORT WASIIINOTOn. The MOUNT VERNON AND MATtSltALt. nALbtfTRAMUOAT COMFANT annonnOo to the rwiwle that, having tho exeliilve right to lamf at rrt wnihlBcton during tlio Kncnrnp meat of theNntlonai award, their steamers Tt Hi leave as follows: COMMBNCIKG TUBdDAY, JUtY SJ. From Washington (tvhnrf foot of Sovrnth strettLat? a.m., 10 a.m.,a.3Up. m., 4.50 p. in., AM p. m., S 30 p. ra. From Fort Wathmetoe at 8 30 a. m , 2 30 p. m., T.30 p. rn., 9.39 p. m. Tblssoheilulexvlllboln force from TUBS DA Y.JULY !, to bUNOAT.Jt'LY .Inclu sive. FAHB, HOUND TRIP, 5c. Jr.st L. L. jlLAKB. Captain BAY RIDGE, ON T11K C1IK3AFKAKF. OPEN -JUNE l. Naval Academy Band. FINEST MKAL8. FINB8T ATTHACTI0N1. BVERYTIIINa THE I1BST. Trains Irave H. A O. Depot, week days, 0 15 n. m., 1.S0 ami 4M p.ra. Samlays, 9i3a m., 1 JO ami 3.1S p. m Leave Day fthlae, week days, 8 30 and S 30 p.m. Sundays, Sand 0p.m. Round .Trip Tickets $1,00 J.T.ODBLL, aeaeral Mintser. OltAS. O. SCULL, Oen'l Passenger Acent. Jul,tf The Mount Vernon AND MAMSIIALT. I1AU. STEAMBOAT COMPANY. On and after JUNE 1. 1980. the new Iron and steel steamer, CUARLB3 MACALB9TER. will leave Itsr wlarf, root ot SEVENTH t., for MOUNT VEHNON and MARSHALL HALL as follow: lor MOUNT VBRNON-Kvery day (eicept Sasdaylat 10 a.m. and 8.39 p. m.. returning at X and &s4t p. m. laMefrers can remain at MOUNT VERNON until eeeond boat leaves If desired. Fare, round trip. 81, Including od Bhtetoa to the Maneloa and (IrouDds, Elo Bsntoufe ou the boat. JleaU and lancbes served promptly. Mount Vert on uulue Books can be procure J on iho boat. For MARSHALL IlAIJr-Samo as MOUNT VERNON whedale for reek days. On hUNDAYS at 11 a. m-, .30 and 6 p. m,, returning at t. 5J0 and 8 p. in. Ob FlJiDAYS and SATURDAYS Special Mooolfatht Eit-artoos down the river to INDIAN HEAD, touebhifc at MARSHALL HALL eolug and returalag, leavlos Washing ton at s JO p m-, reaching, city on return at lOp ra. Meals snd luaehes at all times at MAR SHALL HALL Itaewaraut. Pure ta MARSHALL HALL and return. 25 cealsonaay trip; eblldrea, between SaiidW yeare, 15 eeats. The popular and reliable steamer W. W. CORCORAN will make bar river landing as far ktB as OLYMONT, luBdiug at MAR 81IALL IIALLjtoisg and returuinti. leavtog br wharf dally (eaoept Sunday) at 10 tt. dpl, rvturnlBi; at 4 p. a kMuultriu, - mill a. SuiMlay trips of tba W W. CORCORAN fn MABr-IIALL HALL wUl be aauouiuea weakly. ie advertUeaaeuta Fur charter of gtMUMr MrAI.ESTER aaW CORCORAN for either MOUNT VEKNON or MARSHALL HALL apply UL L BLAK.S. Captain, oa Heanier. juS.tf susiituit ubsokt. HOTBL LAFAYKWf. CAPE MAY. N J-. acwisssaMates Ve sweats. Open all tiie year Oaalses and ata water tree bathe Jsee te sweets. Tbe taet auauner and waster seaert oa the coaet Hooe wlthluM feet of the aarf. JAMBS & S1BFFKB8, Piourh4ure. uM.io KOUOATIONAI. 3 Tanu auidara.t AddrvM tlw princl paLMUB X. X. THOMAS jyo.ww.uu rnu KO8W00B imwhtpte. .Bii imf m a yslnid Ittim: kIn rpry to year reqaaat fosmy advtee as te a good seaoot for your danghur, I can with eowjrlswca reeoatssead Mr. aui Mrs. CahetPa Norwood Inasltate, to waahlagtoa. S. C. na etaadard of aoholarshlp there le atsttelnatrwetientherueh and thelaaa swees goaL L. Q. C. Lamas. The ha- StS?" Mnj if Uwjas ariLawFkis, QsJMKU- CAjSaUSKnoM. 4TTOSWSJY At LAW. MS stesetaurthweat, Waahbajatoa, a c WeSMtew Lew swjskHttig. Mai 1 stress wecthwest. A tytMNsaWStY TsUHI BK. AWIOSOMW AT-LAW. arwiwfaifcaa"5r A atnuButJiY. aSLwsL mrmuta.v sj. letsTsUsat H HUb httMt. I.