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TIIE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 28, 1890.
im Tele Daily Critic ANP'ArtTU. jQkt thttf Pimotralte DaOg Pptr ! batata. Wahin$lon rFFtc- "WAtmimtm crt. o. c. flHHM OF SBWCWWIOS. iff mi (? rrM.irt m lmrmtn flwnwn fa H efty. unonth wan street. Vfxtmnmvo. t. C lott 98. WW. aHHHMHiFillilBli i ll .1,1 .. wiMfll 'I I I n.n-rtflfS! I Witt. MfrlrtBl... ITltAT Tf MfiAftS, In lite Intetvsls f robWtfoeB Mhi efclldirti lit the pnMte pwks or mi il tip streets, the WMfctaffiofi se ffrtm M Indorsing the Tom Mil and tttgfftg lk Scrotfcera Mgtnet to onto iKht III rapport atd eJfecttts opera tRMK They nave themselves nrftanitsj-l what lirtj rail "Th Poirtnern State Cokwel ItfefMbtteftti AfMctotlon." tins touting rptf ft f which, we presume, niii er rands for Department officials or attend 't the (JoYernmenl cnsnMors, while the rmk hh! (lie purine their regular aro c allots at thieve, burglars ami hood' Inm. Crmparttl with these mlseti'er mi agitator, the average plantation h and In the Southern States is a imtrlot awl a gentleman. Yet, if the former liv their way ami foment the trouble nut ilrttmbanees tbey bare in view, the latter will bear the brunt ami play the role of victim, while the "Associ ation" heroes dwell in peace am safety MMler the shadow of the Washington Monument. "Whatever the apologists of the Force hill may say as to lis purpose ami Its tendencies the AVasblngton negroes, prompted of course by the party leader, reeoe nlie In It a party instrument, pure and simple. In their address to the Honthern negroes they say: "Let there be no delay in bringing bout cfltctlve organisations. It is the Imperative duty of nil Republicans to retain the present Republican majority in the lower branch of Congrats. This can only be done by vigilance and prompt, faithful work. We recognize tin net that now Is the contest Jor lioinan rights. We appeal to voters everywhere to do their duty." Thire Is no pretence with them that Xr. Lodge's lull ha for lis hlo.li and Loly object the protection and nanctltlca tlon of the ballot. They know It for what it Is, and, in their simple ami earn tt way, thy speak of it frankly as a fcht'me to "retain the prist nt Itepublb can majority in the lower branch of Cot grets." We haven't y-et teen any printed account of the Honorable Lrdge's remarks to the Suburban Press RiDtlcraen at Ji'slmiit. Perhaps that tsihilic event has not yet occurred. Irot we hope, sooner or later, to hear liow he rceoncilee to the cultivated New Italian! mind this painful difference of opinion between his gifted self and the Washington negroes as to the purpose of the Lodge-Itowl Davenport Force UIL FUBK SUG A It. A correepemleur of otiresteetuwl cost It mporsry, theiW, writes to that paper m follows: "Suitor Fot. In regard to reel pieehy of trade that jttat now seems to lie troubling some of our statesmen, there are a wood many people who weultl like to know what advantage a reduction of tariff on sugar would be to the countries producing it, as we pay the tariff, not tbeni. Is it tliat It Is to to npnosed we would consume more sugar at, say Are cents per pound, than we would at six cents per pound? "Thomas Kkaxcis "Waehlngton, July 26." Wilh our esteemed contemporary's pumitaton we shall answer this later ogatory. The countries wbleh prodHee sugar waatbl be heneMlad by the abolition of h wear tariff, because tbey eould, In that event, levy a small export tax. They have refrained frosa doing thU In the put, fearing that the addition of an export Us to the import tax levied by the United Slates would injure their trade, but with sugar free in our ports Ihue would be a margin for them, and 'who doubts that they would take ad vantage of it? Did the repeal of the t still Ih coffee make that article any cheeper? Us whether the free sugar dame piMc the sugar producing eousisriee or Hfji. we tH?eff bo one is S0 injsoeesU as te effect that U will besteit the people f ih United States. That H will hene tt the hsieortew and refiners ie of eeqatae lut the insulf an wan tier wChjMene part in the advantage net to the extent of the assalteat frac- heest esMsriM (see into 8m Fraadaco mm. ot has It er bees, cheaper hs U ali The price wf sugar om the Fa taat has beam the He York Ki. mnJtf has nut said so yes, but he knows perfectly well that the bee hub? chvuae in the McKiniey bill Is imAjag Mfifa or htu th&M a fast ol eSMfiao eSnnsiKSBBBB SBBPSWVP imp ppp asui neety deaMCOgy- He kaows thai it w-a hsaaeted to phst the Mettk- K Tartll asirnsspiiih Katf-g tor the good flf sika eosssujnes'i 9mA tiaajt isi a ves7 Ti t!c whtse the ptneie wtil saejbw the , ,.tti.i...ju which has hee practiced iu ilitai by the BtBMhMcae party. iu tuitu hianaeli, beweeer, with v!l. iii tisnpioani f the augv u.iif a.- ai lestruaitint U Uiagieg l. ; iLLipxucitj eswi thus UnBsliitog 'u ,. ui.ii) tuagntjtexiesu. 4s4lMi i- uit he shMM hhelf to he w uoiu utksiMiu as cmstrajMid wiah .i..,c iuy cha- JltM, Usasft Bead . tU MtKinlcy i l,l Nl luite ieir, sgaehiBg oX . .. u t .imade a Uw Wathrtnaj Use soe , w.i l - Dutisu vsMto loar . i. u, lu.utpofttts cukwi te ha( t4M .. v ta bin .sell called the ..l. t it vJuiW tuiluauy1 Is it ,'.;...i j Uicfcfc tee Incmlttlap ej ehjh4f . ..cLuthii wkkOi mj innsjaasjel -lm -o i tiling ee us butfe kj fcM "" 4SSrgF Sjg IJSBSPji afBB SIBK SjBBBfff Ms cuny te ttiTiftrmfnate ow hessl of injr- - m . t i i' . - c -n ii t "n ' c if ft i iiM i;'1 ' f'"1 '1 ,(1 ''hut lt (fov. ni tirnt i lc Itir It sr.nuld know tht P Prtrt .wmnter has fHvere! to no FKBttve a tittXfttrt mttfnatfon of Wff Tknt he has stl n 'H1 hoti Oti r,nrrrntpt of the Vnttert tst re epertflMe' for ft sets m ptotwtfna; Its 'vsiostife iwtnttry' frem 'wstiron ilestrac !!).' We lwn wnt rorwwit onr obfecitoh tt nfrt of talk, especially when It con at the f ml of a e jjotlaMon in wbtch the oiw eho titter it has ptayed an Ineoti ttt al ilIoRtrst part, the American tcpfreet.tatti9Wt. HMry ash only what the tt!th covernimmt mM iwHtte1 to hetnwrs i.yttw riehtol prhs,OT ht Loni bNirj has sttntlttd to be fslr attl fest. It is t ime the SngRsft people r waatna up te the rsrt that thft (Jot- eitreent ta tearttrtg ihetn into tnwh'en attl ffstieftm water." Pt Etn Urtn, ys a eorresporrfent, I rxptctw, as soon ss trie Demnrrats In the fhJete ftro a imtptttltloft to ohstrttrt lets tti a w demaed qmrrnm for the transar Inn of hntrw, to semmon ail merntier to tlrli ttat, t (rrSht no leaves of abt'nc, t tetri on acemmt ot atettiwMv TMg woeht f hsnt on one We at the other, a there are ntf as many Democrats Kepnbll rati l(tit. That Is nonsenee. The Ilone, got the Speaker, itrants leave of aeeenee, UN douMfnl, leave owe being granted, It the flonreeonM withdraw It. Ortainly the Speaker eannot art withonl the anthorlty of the lloae. Thb ntsreMBn Agt-HrrnM of Btrtnlnjr l am, Ala , offer f hi fraternal maestion to the equally esteemed, bnt lempomrily hebetndlnoms Vanntitvlton of Atlanta, Qa.: "We submit this proposition to the es teemed Atlanta ContMnlion- Let the boy cott which tt proposes to Instltnte Include Rt Tenmnwee and excln.le New York city. Tliis wonht be a jnst arrangement, since the three Conerewmeo from Kat Tennessee all voted for the Force bill awl the entire dele iralltm from New fork city opposed It. Then it wouldn't hint anything much to boycott Kt Tennemee, ami it might prove ralher sertona for the South If trade with New York were cnt off." Some I)bmocvtio t'ongtrewmen were talhlns; about Ifae Farmer's Alliance in the itouth to-day. One of Ihem said It bad 1 lit the Democratic patty. "Split rtotuliMt," saht another. "The AltlaecehMii't split the Democratic party. It 1 put swallowed It whole." Tub Nbw Vohk Shu thinks that "our tUctned contemporary, the Attmtin Cbn tUlutwn, la apparently ambitious to lie Known a the .Vntl nmi rprtu of the Sonth." HOTEL ARRIVALS. Jtirwpu iMk D. K. Levy, New York; J. V. Tiseistu, Itoanohe, Vn.: It. M. Fstku or , D. K. r.lkln, K. L. ah, Margarst d. Davis, it. It. Prltchelt and lfe, Uxlng ton, Ky.; Charles U Bafley, Newark. N , Jacob Rates, Klebmottd, Va : J. II. Boeart, Krai hlln, Va yt,.m.t A. H. IVIh, Norfolk, Va ; Kd. Davldow, A II. DavK New York: Ira 1 1 . n us HalUwore, ,MU.; Mrs. IVxton, Mr Minor, Miss (iuartey, LsestHire. Va.: 8. K. Adltr, Ottawa, Iowa: tsum J. II. Wu4f, i'i.r Kaplds, lowj. ItoUert UooaeUv, Cbhano. Ill ; W. M Campbell, Nsw Tork; Don. John W. Klfe, Pennsylvania. St. Jamc$. II. Ssmo, Otranto, 3. C; lituce Csrr, lixlUna; II. M. U HolWU, iHdlanapolt: Wllllmii Windhorst ami wife, CtnelBnatl; Fred. St'hiilti and wife, Cincin nati; ti. Solomoo, lialtlmore, Md.; Marzaret l'arrUh, Mrs. A. A. MllUr and ton, MIm Dells KsitiMty, Ktcbmond, Ky.; Miss Cloak, Vcrtailes, Kj HiUuril't Joseph Plenty, New York city: W. f. mMdh and daugbter, Itrooilyn, N. Y.. 1. 8. Kiifmu. Ky Kaufman. Wlb son Ksufumii. $tokbe Falls, wash.; Henry KeeMr, Marietta, Ohio; J. B. Clow, New York; Kdwanl Bellom. U. 8. N.( B. J. Kep;rl, Ttmw; J uin-U. Sau Fran cUcu; J. II. Wlnctf. Roauoke, Va.; W. T. lUrdtubfook, ew York. A'lim-Hoo. John J. IlHHphlll, South CaioJlua; John C Strobr, lAulavtlle, Ky.;Mlta Clara Hosiufeld, II, h. Kola lehl, AtlaoU, (la. H'(nMlr'-UeotKA. WII1IU, C'falcaajo, III.; I.orlsg K. MlUer, Nw York. bkartkum-K. D. Meyers, jr., Kkh uioud, Va ; Frank KJeuan, Woodtey Ina. NanwmU W. J. Stew 11, Nvr Jersey; W. It. King, Miaeesota; C. M. Lorisg, Mlenesota. ArHtiifiau W. B. Sparks, Mseoa, O.; 0. II. imnm and wlJ, New York; J. Uh, .Vacuo, Ga.; Dr. A. J. Wood, Dr. It. It. Stowklt, AiwUaUa; Dr. It. N. Wilsen, Fred. Mlmar, Jobouua .ImeM. II. HubbarO, Halifax, N. a,; F. M. Hubbard, Nw York. lai.atamK. W. llesaoo, II. 3. BauBt, New York; ti. S. Marttu, 1st. Louis, Mo. KbbiU-T. M. NUm, I'wneytranla; ipa Iluutoe, YbvtnU; M.T. Ilryiw. Dr. Chailw AlttcbeU, Nashvule. Teui.rK. D. CtuMJkk, Iadian Territory; W. A, Tbmll, W. B. Kuiskeae. CWeago.Il!.; 11. A. Gross, W. B. Hln, Nsw York. Jmptrutl John Oorly, B. H, Hart, 3n riaiwti; Thomas C. Ffeteber, etty, E. J. nnith, . M. feuitfa, BatttMora, Wd. - ii Nu- fur the beooucl, (. uu Xtm York WmU. Sir JuUaal'auncefoteito 3Ir. Biaine) Don't touch a British sealer, or I will he obliged to hold you responsible for the coaaequeaeea. At the aaaae time the representative of Her Britaanie Majesty's government has the houor to renew to Mr Blaine the assurance of his moat dlsUBguiehed coosideratfoa." Mr. Blaine (to Sir Pauausfote) Mr. Blaine preseate the cosepliaaenis of the seasojt to Sir Julian Pauocefote, and begs leave to suggest that the repte seetatfve of Iler Britaesde Majesty's governieent should run. iausulge so fre quently in perversions of history, gar Ued quotations and a general ecoaomy of truth. " M ol ftrat round. The PartueM Wilt Make It IVtiaw fum Ms as- 4e Bunismt. Beys Mi BJaiee to bhs party: "There hi not a section or a Meat hi your bill that will open a atrkrt far aaocher hwahai of wneat or harsei af pork." Says Ua party to Mr. Bisia;Tlse weather ia too warm to diacuas such asastera." 8B1 wools b a wyy-witna ttMeiAsaa WU23I 1 fEO Olift WMA IsfAatB "r w aB "rB" 22 "namsmFW To be a gay tyee-vsslar aawlsaMw. "uu when you've hnsnes) to bang the keys And usee to jh-fatinn. Take my aevtce and stay at arena- yJJf SfifiMjlliatt4W tmttfiaam4isttamA SUtt flatt JsmmmmmV M "Bsm"ssnsnnjfBjjp imnp BfjaBaaafB, s d nfua autH WHIBst taosmmtJ sip Tssm1 vwmm mgspjgj Mltjp Q hM&- Wmm 9K&mML WJgjb Vfrll IB HCatmV KOaWL1' Obi Mattv A h& ac nBaft m tkm sajhw ajah, tlhall naanir BtTa sum iua Uti -- i""" i .ip """'yi " ' "nnp hhw enpjpr essppmr anffn pJ ssPW laP" sa W& HeHBflr kapr w iii tQTgS SaThMl omne aa- aamsn wksHswyamMmr-iSt iI M 1M -- - ssl ghSjgtttA. te6l2ja f HAMBEFtAIS NOT IN THE SV1V Bntii ne ani mi trtre iKnnred nr Toty swetwtmm. fcveral society ptwple l Ixmrlon hate gone to Kirmlrehftm to day, say ntperial caWenram fmrn Iowlon In ywerday' New York Ti orM, to tttettd .Toe Chamberlain's farewell garden pattt before be sails for Anwrtctby the Tentonlr, August ft. Chamberlain says nothing in contradiction of the rumor. Ingeniously started, that Ms transatlantic vtalt f comMned with ft Mini rfflclal diplomatic mlslotioti the fihtrls dlspnte. The repirt Is rldl cwlrd bv the Ministers, Who Insinuate that the'v had quite sntHclenl experience of ( hanilierlnln 8 capacity a a dlplo maiisl fr m ihr- n-ult of his last mis sion to Washington I also heard from Jesse Colling, Chamberlain's chief bottle holder, that hi pitron's rnla fon It n purely private and pt:rsontl one and undertaken to pirate Mrs. Chamberlain, as her hmbaml h no desire at all to revisit the State. Irplte the political sacrifices Cham berlaln has made to be on the side of the Duchem his footing In swell si clely here I, by no means secure This was strikingly shown, to the delight of bis political opponent, this week on the terrace at the House or Commons, where there was a gathering of the cream of Tory and Liberal Unionist v cte'y, among whom ll Is Chamherkln's highest ambition to mix. He ami hi wife were utterly ignored by the social swell, to his own obvious mortification. Wlille Chamberlain docs not get any neater the good srsces of the Tories, lie dally widens Hie gap between him self and his old colleagues. At a din ner party lhst night Gladstone himself rematked on Chamberlain's ungentle manly tltmeanor In the IIotie of Com limns. When Gladstone Is speaking Chamberlain is always maKlug halt audible remarks and criticisms for the benefit of the Tories opposite. Both politically ami socially, Cham berlain Is thoroughly out of if, for be quarreled loo bitterly with the old love before ho got secure hold on the affec tions of the new. A MOIEL HDIDATE. Mr, Mrwnrt meets tho Alliance I.IUo n nentlemnn ntid n Democrat," from Mr .V i'trL Sun ( l'fr.M). The inannei in which the Honornble John D. Stewart of GillTln announces bis retirement from Congrcasional poll tics Is n model for all statesmen. In his district In Georgia the rage of the farmer has reached its wildest fury. The meta morphosis or the old style of Democratic politics down there Into farmer politics, happened over night so suddenly and thorouglilv tlmt no man seems to have felt the shock. The political light or that Southern region now emanates from the Farmers' AlTlsncf. and no one who h not of that organisation can stand the Ularc. Colonel Livingston, the farmer who has jiM lieen crowded out or the dispute wlili Colonel Nortlien for the gubernatorial nomlnatiou, propose to act even by going to Congress, ami Mr. Stewart, who undtr ordinary circem Ktoccts would be certain of rcnomlna linn, meets tins new rui!nm nt of a cnndldate like a gi nth-man ami i Diuno crat. He ayi. as be goes off the Itild: 1 am not a member of the order, nil, a It Is a secret one, I am not only placed on itMonal terms, but have no means of con tending with It. Thin order demanded that I pledge myself to vote for wb.it la known as the Sub-Treasury bill. This I cannot do. 1 can afford to be beaten, but cannot stultify miself In order to obtain a seat In Congress by agreeing to vote for a meaure wlilJli, If adopted, In my opinion, would bring ruin to the people. The voters of the Fifth Oeorgtn ills trlct can now see the calibre of the statesman upon whom they have served notice to quit. He is honest; he is capable; lie is falihfu! to ibe Constitu tion. Almost any Congress district might be searched in or out of the prlmatiea without finding so worthy a representative. The life of few publlo men is very long, but none ever bad a more credit able exit than the Hon. John D. Stew art, and when the farmer has had his fun few men should be more sure of entering It again. PERSONAL. Charlie II. Gray, the correspondent, last Saturday went to Hempstead, Lone Island, to spend Sunday as the guest ot Dunoan B. Harrison, John L. Sullivan's manager. Mr. Gray took along bis camera and will bring back several sbsp shots of the "Boston Strong Boy." Cardinal Newman has been so ill ot late that he bad to be carried into the church where be was omeialing. The hot weather has knocked the feathers off the Itev. Sam Jones, and he is laid up sick at his home In Carters vllle, Ga. The long nervous strain Is at last tell Ine plainly ou ICemmler, the murderer, and It would not surprise his friends If be died before the law fixed a day for bis execution by electricity. Gladstone makes it a rule never to travel on Sunday, and ex Governor Curtis makes it a rule to never travel on any other day If it can be avoided. And tbey have both lived to a ripe old age. Sir Julian Pauaeefotte's warlike let ters are written fioea the quiet country home of Ernest LcmxMWw at Mag nolia. Mass., where Sir Julian and Lady Pauneeforte are guests Magnolia U a small village without facilities for eu terlaiBing royally, and the disUs guiehed foreigners lead a very quiet life white there, The bachelors of Baden have luatuttt rated a wovenest against the piano. So Much are they ha earnest In the matter thai they have pledged them selves in a aehwui oath not to marry t ria who play on the wano-forte. We Uik the batikeloM ol Bailee are wrong. If the girt to ail rhdst die saaao haMt eaa be cured by the aid of hypnotism or ehJcroform. The most coaspkuoue toilet at the hut State ball at Buckhaghani pelage wee worn by the Dueheaa of Lelaater." & wee her night to wear iMawoeda, aad she fairly glittered in the. She wore ilhwitQjul npeuUite. a dfaiiinnrt roraelet coils of thjhiiy mounted dhwtdtade among the laees of her wondrous gown, a eUnwsMui tiara, illawoeil be aceaesa. a s)iaNsoiui sechlace, and more fHasajwrf hfoorhes aad btktes than the daajled hehjahter coed eHint And yet this wneaae does net live for drew ajoee. It to rylatrifl to her etedit thai ai Mavnoash Trvitnil she has riushHahisj u imjm trial sciooT for wooien a4 rhZ wham the yupHa are taught various fcsjMarieji. fhe Duchess herself at dates teaehas a -fm hi the iasiltiiiil n. ami Dm senlh i to that the ought w cover hersetf with Hemtrnils if she wants k. cyitAutsoul In die celebrated battle ofXWe he was cMnf of the geaet i steal el Ibrahim faahe. whJae Major Tjtl Unit fc i' hhtffVtai nnAir iit Situ. ZmZJFY """n Wm&n aaapaps mmr HhMHWs cuiinHander bat the hatlie, but aj htw bettt reiataUdly shoe, mm through nby uJatak of the GecewA tooDps all tLi wU sAjTUw Vim. W&fi P Jikj tAapV AniBKfjJ luikNUBXaW the tut tuxaed am Weal followed the piospotta vf victory UWru MiLiUurt af taM DM hut May lb tfce Jka thjil& sae who had heaies. r'tehl MaxahaTvoe Unfcir Tfm " in e 4iassnwmspsn r w swsrnsw ob she batU field. Ha was General NOT A VALE OF TEARS. tm sw m i,irrs && ih ffet irasjiit the itmit, a ?H a Ttp-twr tvtt to r.iv i tw fMeifna rtt trre rrtatamf4 vewt tv JH rm-t fftraM. The Karl of Rotlrestet Is th tepnt! author of thwe rtoggerel IfinM: 'TIs a very gowl wwM that sre rfv m, To lend or to upend or to give m: Bnt to beg or to twrrovr ot get a tnanli own, 'TI the very worst wotM that ever was Unown. That sort of talk wits weH enough to "rattle the welkin's ear" la the seven teenth centnry, when tmjf wtte no dally newspapers, whett a fellow's teeth were shaken out by the lmnberinr, stage coach, when telegraph, tolermotre, elec trie light, the ballet and Wagner's music were unknown, but In these dtys ll sounds like arrant folly. We haven't very much of that sort of pessimism In this country. Ameri cans have a rather genial and jovial temperament ami mans so to make themselves as comfortable as oircitm stances allow. There Isn't any spot on the globe where there Is so much to do, or so many men ami women who thor ongbly enjoy doing It. Think of the magnificent changes which have occurred within the Span of a single lifetime and then wish to live a century longer to see TUB MItt.U-I.KS IN STOTtK for our children. Instead of pouting our lips at life, we want to prolong it indefinitely, packed full ns It is ot In ciplent plans, unfinished projects and dreams, which may crystallize inlo realities nt any moment. Gcnetal Fremont, who was laid to rest the other day, was not an old man only 77 but how the country has grown since he was n boy I Along back In the forties, when he first en tered public life, the Western half of this continent was unknown territory. It was popularly supposed that the Great Salt Lake, which now llos closo to our doors, found nn outlet Into the Pacific The Patbfimlor fought his way to the ltocky Mountains turougu hostile tribes of Indians and made a careful exploration of Oregon and Cali fornia. But fifty years have passed since then and now thu wilderness has been re deemed, the Indian's hut has given Way to hamlet, village or city, the groat tract of land that was unknown is trav eled in every direction by competing lines of railroad, with mills on every stream and manufacturing Interests In etery corner. A S1XOI.E OKNRUATIOX ha brought about this quiet revolution, aiiil the opportunities presented to men of tntrny and enterprise are almost In ttiJklcnting. That is why wu are nn-rious to live until the middle of the next century. Is the world full of lies? Who cares If we are not in the company of II us? Is It a vallty of tears? Well, If the tears water the arid plains, lot Ihem How In rich and grain producing abundance. Instead of passing Irrigation laws we can net toetthur all the disgruntled rogues who have good weeping powers, colonize them In balloons, and let Ihem flood the Western country with their btlny woe while the farmer raises corn from the freebet of agony. Is the world heaped up with polit ical intrigues, Willi deals, bargains, monopolies and trusts? All right, there Is room enough to gut an honest living In, and your duly is done when you throw a paving stone at every rascal and then tit down to dinner with an easv conscience. Everything Is going to the dogs? You long for the good old times ? We are tuiutng at headlong speed TO KTUHXAI. SMASn? Bah, man, there never were such good times as these, never more philanthropy, ebarlty, good-will, courage, generosity, manliness or womanliness. If you don't think so, take a seldlHz powder, or a blue pill; go into a gymnasium, harden your muscle, get your digestive organs into running order, rlilo, row, walk, run, leap, and by and-by your sighs will turn to laughter and your rheumatism will irtve way to health. You may he sick, but the world is all right. It la a tip top world, full of grand scenery, overhung with the un fading blue, soaked In opportunities, If we have sense enough to see them, Invi tations to enjoyment. laughter, content ment and happiness In every breee. If you are crazy, you may be excused for moaning; It you are sick, we can for give your mental writhlngs, but, if you are well, sound in wind aad limb, a gloomy view of life is simply criminal. LET THK POLITICIANS WRAXOUt, laugh at them as fools. They serateh and bite In the scramble for otfjee and are clowns In the farce of ambition. Let wrongs, evils, corruptions, devil Irlts, humbugs, nap their wiags like nigh hawks. They can't spoil your ap petite for sunshine and deceeey. Such things have always been, will always be. They are not wore la number but less than formerly. They don't rule us am should have no say In our lives. They grow old prematurely and crumble into ruins. You can see their bleaching bones on the wsyakle, while mankind clhobs to higher achievements aad purer purposes aad thoughts. 'TIS A FiHST CLAW WOULD to Uve in. not only to lend aad te siwmI and t give is, but also to get a usaa's own. Sir Henry Taylor was tatted as a bat when he declared tht "the world knows aeihieg of its greatest muss," fos in truth the world is always est the hunt tor real Merit and is always ready ta re ward is. Brace up, dear boy, do something worth naeatioeieg and you will not he forgotten. Don't be a tramp aad thea growl because your genius U uarecog nued Hitch your wagoa to a star there are plasty of stars wailing to be relight east hjajraeaaed -nad thea iaaJtsr good tiaie ia the general rsaa. Ostr woid for it, you wliTwee your Mate far By eoeie nteUathoiy aad want to live for ever oa ajaaa rueaaiiag sisoag-gaJtesL, iug ater urns arwt aapptaess gtviag planet. Utata Hutj'4 Paeefc. Charles XL Lesrto. a yossag gTnlnniaji or 14 mimwg awt of easv win. w iewpaP sjapw spsb stap sct SSe t dbteUAiftaaiiOai tftft ufM faWi ffrfM ttOt tbaVW & jasPftftPlffy 1ft tJaa sastia&MMtCs llnTallflsWif laUaS Of WUK. laVaUM 1MM HM. ' "eieFs rs e eaBeV eSSea sesa. lowing sad, three chapter story to Tu CmixK. lerTBa i. UUto May. in the garden- WP Peae ssvaajg. sp tafaW -'TtusHat the taf tur me." CSUJrM U. UtUehlaj tat4i4it. lt 10 v'tIL PS,' "lp sp"lWa w Wal3ilw t-iiue sfary Mr w treat. Auewi Means the save, AMS1 Over! s2f 'MhtiiA ssr esqsjsa aaaaala the rhiinthrsni "Wav 4PNp W WrP Half WIshM Pig,iM It. Ska train toraraaa nrhm ir ! wave tby JBug at &mA AmAh, iTssasSSwl 9 m TftO COWARDLY CHI6A60AHS. ir. Tase a Tontfts LMadf tteatfnr and let net itmr. (mcv.o Tulya-yilieBlngs, a heami'.l in-l acccasifBsatal girt, agcil SO ycar -, drow&ed In the Ies plstnes Hivcr fit Wllnsw Srwfftg yes terdav. hllc boating tefli Prederlok Sr-htfcr and Charles Setrsi. One of tht- n.n In giving th otMt a etgat leaned ver too far ami wfWH tare boat. Soberer and Sowrta mameH to cstch bold of the upturned boat, bwt ma-le no t (Torts to assist the girl, whfl Mrt mer a brief struggle The rtwfl ware) rw ened, and Miss .lennluga' bwdy was re covered chortly after the accWeiitrw curred. Attempts to retustlcate Iret were made immediately, but wlthowt sttecsm When the train left Willow Springs rot this city an attempt was made to lynch Scherer arm Sottsla, Irot the police pro lerted them with drawn revolvers. Schertr and Sotisla etpiain trVeir fall it re to assist Miss Jennings by saying they were unable to swim, but some of tltote who witnessed the accident say that when the boat was first ovettnrnml either one or the men could have reached her by simply stretching out a ham). A YOUNG GIRL'S TERRIBLE CRIME. Crarcil liy nn Insntt to Iter I.oer She Kills Her Mother. Bbblix, July 36. News of a terrible crime, committed by a young girl nanus! Ilhoda Krfeld, reaches here from Wcsserling. It seems lhat the girl had been accepting the attentions of n young man to whom her mother objected. The lover was finally forbidden the house and the girl was told that she must have nollilne mote to do with htm. This preyed" on the girl's mind until she be came so crated with grief, that creeping Into the sleeping apartment of her mother, who was asleep In bed, she killed her parent with a hammer and then set fire to tho house. The body was cremated In tho mlns of tho build ing. The girl escaped nnd no trace of her lias yet been fourid. " ' wm Weak and Weary In early Miramer the warmer weather Is es pecially weakening nnd enervating and that tired feellns prevails everywliere. The (treat benefit which people at this season derive from Hood's garsaparllla proves that this medicine "makes the weak stromr." It (loos not not like a itlnanlant. Imparting fictitious strength, tmt Hood's Sarsaparllla builds up In a perfectly natural way all the weakened parts ami purifies the blood. Worn Out "Hood's Parsaparllla restored ate to seod health. Irnlewl, I inlftit say truthfully It saved ay life To one feella tired aad wffrn oat I woaht earnestly reeoramettd n trial of Hood's Sarsaparllla." Mas. rmme A. MmHSM, M Drook it , Kant Ik Von, M. N. 11. -If yon decide to take IIoo.fi Ham parllla do not be Induoed to bay any other. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all droegUts. tU six for SS. Pre pared only by C. I.. HOOD Jt CO., Lowell.Mass. 001)oc Ouo Uotlnr OFFICE OF WOODWAIID A LOTHItor, Ceraer 11th and Fsts.n, w. ExIraorclinaryRemnant Bargains IX Men's Department, We have just put on sale four orders of ustom-made Shirts. Orders which have not been called for will Keep them no longer. Here they are; Onfer Ho. Stej-r Shjttf, apa kaak, asata heeoat, ne eyelets. U eoUar aad M sleeve, Order No. s4 awt4,Me baeft, ySata boaoat, leftist. M aothur aad St assays, (Mm No. SWl sa4t,siea lueK.ieam bimmb M hMhes lent, m eyelets, m eettar andSSidseve. arderite. ssstws iauHii.eeeB aaek.iiMa busoas. ayelnta. W eottar ami U slaiun. CMer ate. isatvi aesj AUlteee On wars, ss waist aaal St mseaat. Cawtaseftqfnnsilts,8i. wist sett sex of oteer or assise tot. All that seasejs: (Mr t deaee lee's aetl Youth's faak Oa ha - v -- lttrii n m waw w -wviiiv BSJPS m wr S SnBpmtp Mt lsAlMVal to 91 UslMil SbUMal m maU ku attM sSSW as1 fliSBa SSB9BSJbS1 aBBSlW- BpBBJIBy snM'"V the aheea, staas Mi, W aaat Me. aasVaeea ts 4 Use's UWe issseast asjsj astsiei. ssses ts.sj seat tt U sVfjt Jsaasm ItsnajjLsBeaM isjaJs) a Qm WPP P V sWPsiss 9m JW sjHMp Ht tor seas tenasaaMS- lesaVs ssMSJSsaastS. ISat 3 at- 1SSBSM41MM IM BBFAitW VJBHN. SBfsISPWRS'T' "W 5 sswssipr y. i iwa kEsMaSL sbiBf saajr SSsi laift 1rSHHy sV sWsWsrJf pp wff spt furns-1 mw, tmmWkmifSk.li.W. WHAT CASHWILL DO There is no fac tor in trade so po tent as cash, nor anything which can humiliate profits so quickly and completely. To show you how thoroughly we have anticipated every demand which cash buyers could make, we submit the follow ing: Pmyrna Itngs, 9 by 19 feet, ?0. do do T by 10J feet, $98, do do C by 0 feet, $10.75. do do 4 by 7 fect f 0.10. do do 3 by 0 feet, $8.05. do do 21 by 5 feet, $8.40. do tlo 2 by 4 fcotk $U0. do Mats, 11 by U foot, 03c These are Bromley's Cotobrnted RtlRS. 500 Linoleum Mats, 2 by 3 feet.GOo. 360 do tlo 21 by 4 feet, $1. 800 Kidderminster Hugs, 2J by 4 feel, ?1 Our All-wool English Woven Art Squares, in the following sizes: 3 yards by 8i 3 yards by 2, 3 yards by 3, 3 yards by 4J; the regular price for those Is f 1 n square yard. We mark down to 00 cents. Verandah Koekors of reed, wllh frame of maple or wal nut, ?o. Oak or Mnbopnny Hookers, medium size, $3.25; lnrgc site, $8.75. Stationary I'lassa Arm Chairs of mnpte and deviled cane, $0. Large Lawn Settoes, 0 feet long, of oak or painted, $5. Coltsgo Hookers, maple and devlltd enne, $2.!5. Woven Rattan Couches, $10. We mark our Adjuslnbls Window Screens at l&e., 50c and 90o. In speaking of such "Sum mcrablcs" as Refrigerators, Ibtby Carriages, Water Cool ers, tfcc, let us say that If you want nnytblnjc of tbls kind w n'U surprise you on figure?. We won't saytrArfrt we'll sell at, but we'll sell If you'll give us a cbance. JULIUS LANSBURGH, Thirteenth niut I' Streets. JSIJW 1'UIH.IUATIONS. HARPERS' MAGAZINE. August. illustrated" ARTICLES. Impressions of Berlin. By TBsesaaE Child. With Illustration by T. nx Thuuthoi' and Cium.ii Mkstc. Magellan and the Pacific. nyKDwxnD EvaatTT IUr.s. Witb Illastra tlon from OU Print and from a drawing by A. It. Waud. Plantln-Moretus. DyOcTAViAllKiL. With I.liKtratlooj Tram IttkOtosraphi by J. Hxt, Antwerp. Street Life in India Dy Ewii Iobd Wiric. With UltHtrattua drawn by tbe astbsr. INTERESTING PAPERS. Custer's Last Battle. By Ciifim Cuabim Eiks. With Map. A Convent at Rome. By Dr. Fbascu Fabkiux, Some Geology of Chicago and Vicinity. By Etxax B. Bmji. ENTERTAINING FICTION. Port Tarascon; Taalast Advaatarea at lite Ittantranns Tar Urta. By Atwiwase Bwwe, Tj-iinstotail by Uuxux Jakm, VfUtA IrntaHmsstU Wttki llwMtwttwM (tarn ia.waw by UTitBMK, Nsm aad Maswawr, The Uncle of an Angel. A Jtevatletsa. By Tita A. 4K vus. With llinstrsttoai ittawa br W. T. Lizzie Brubaker, A itotr. Br luu Banweass Wnatr. wttk ItlmtTft f tfWf 4ffliift tar MiTfff IsWhsIbWsv A Walk Up the Avenusj, A Ssoty. By Bwiuan lUawkfi Bas. The Bathley Affair, A Story By Levi C. twain. POETRY. Th Warld is To With Us, M.ueh AIMS. ByWtlSM with W 4aWp To an Apfsk Trs. A fossa. f Oemmmmm An ImpreMtsMl. Tk Utulsjr Lii. VsWrei. Sfll Pr TsWsTlslsT ur "jRjUP'PBJPS W5r TPBS? ssW'PSs HARPE& WtOTHBfi, JiJtW XOMJt mmmmmm nkw rt'nr.iCATioNs. Charles Scrifctier's Sons AAV JT7OT MfM-WMB: the M Inlstte A SMtimnr KntraAe. By Maia Ha uin isnto, etotn, Jl: naner, soo. Ttieseem of this nrjrrst ts tM tstaratot flartfnae, on ttke Rnwn, and the emtral fianres are a yonng eetnte on theft epssMIr j jonrney. It Is an AMetMtqr story ot loveijM jeatonsy and has many jiaaeui ot am ttg tescttrte of a eonntry Heli In btstorieal tr goeta lions. . MR 8TOBIKS Port SCXMBIt raIh: a Expiation, tte t"JirM. .iltirstratetl by By A. B IVttOt OfOtht S! pAfWTf 99q "An ixeetdlBSlr plrlfe0, wel plrlfe0, well teM and nt ii ra imprcswiTo The Lawton Girl, By HiaoiD Fntnate. ltmo,olottt, Sl.: parw, sen. "Tberealtttn h vttM am! truthful. It wmM be (tifflenlt to Sml In fletton a stronger ill eteb." Boston Jmtrnal. The BrbUghton House. jar Bttsa Tzhrt. ltmo, st.ss. "A brltbt. well-written story, tM with ereat amniatlon and sbowlnt elote almlrot bnm4n nattrre." Boston Saturday EVMlW! Oeeette. Day and Night Stories. By T. It. EcittvAS. JSwo, eletb, St; paper, WW "Mr. Sullivan Is pleasantly or lain al, varlttt ami animated, ills storle are oaralnlly fla ttBell ana qutak In movement." Brwklrn Times. EoM by nil boekeellers, or sent, postpahl, by Charles Scribner's Sons, MSTtS Dreadway.New Tork. II ill i riinTnT Atlantic Monthly FOB AtTQUST COlttAlNS Sidney. XXtH.-XXV. Margaret Delaixl, Tbo Use and Limits ot AeaJemlo Cnltere. D. S.Shaler. Madarao Cornnet and JlaiUmo ile Conlnnces. Ellon Terry Johnson. Felicia. IV., V. Penny M. D. Marfree. Some Aspects of I'tjcblcal Itereareh. O. D. J-"rotlilnslinm. A Kcw Ilaeo Troblom. John II. Kootlcy. A Search for a Ut Bulldlnit. AtdrewMe- Farland Davis. Revulsion. IT. V. P. and L. D. Flarnmantla ittenla Mundl. Annlo Flekts. Over tho Teaenps. IX. Oliver Wemlell Holmes. June In Franconlo. Bradford Torrey. Tho KlDRWnl's Nest. Ollvo Tborno Milter. International Copyright. Henry dbot IxxIko. Uaverblll. Bead at the Celebration of the StOth Anniversary of tho City, July 2, Iteo. John Clreenleflf Wlilltler. fc'onie Decent Freneli Novels. The Centrlbtt tort' Club, Books of the Montb. 3.V3 a Nurnbir; 1 1 a year. Houghton, Mifilti & Co., BOSTON. II Bast Seventeenth at , New York. Princess Rosetta and the Pop .Corn Man, With six ptetnrs by Garrett, Is Mart K.Wil kixb' ilelloately bumerons eentrlbutloas to the (AdKiut) Midsummer WIDE AWAKE . tsee., everywhere). Grant Allen has a popular elentlSo paper about "The Amerlean Water Lily," followed by "The Queen Uly." by Jllsa Harrlf.and tbat by alsceadary poem, "Water Ulles," by FraMesUMsoo. The Amateur Fbotography article has some very ourloui and beautiful pletures. Mrs. Jeole Benton Fremont's wlfl-ami-way story, The Hat o! the Postmaster, la notable ami notably told. There are In trresttnz lattallinects of the serials, "Tha New Senior at Andover" aad "The Qaett of tke Whlpplog Boy " Louise Stoekton has a slBgnlarly sntmettive "Oame of tlieSeaM" for ywing awl old. And there are SO Pages of Vacation Dellsbts. D.Lothrop & Co., Publishers BOCTON. USEFUL BOOKSJFOfl VACATION. Their Pilgrimage. ByCHAEts Bvplit Wabhib. Iilohly lllai trated by 0. 8. Bsikuabt. Pott Svo, Half Leather, I. Summer Holidays. Traveliag Notes la Europe. By Tbeobohe I nun. aattMtr ol UeHeate yeatt4f," Jto. Tost evo, Ctoth OraaBeatal. 81 J. Our Journey to the Hebrides ByJeeara 1'jsi.ru aad Eucibimi Baaow Pxaaau Itfawteated. Pot avo, Clota OniiBital, Jl.TS. A Tramp Trip.- How to Si e EteM FMt7 Cant a Day, By ' LucMauwueasji. W Ha IWtsalt. Una. Clotb. tlM. Knock ing Round theRockfes MY FsTIsMT llfiiHaBsnlMT THlhfaT ai "frinfliisl WoHi KwkwiiMS." Mw Im OjMeo," Ao. ittmstrated. lawsare eeo, Ctotb, S. Shoshone and Other West ern Wonders. By BswAaas Baaasts. Wttk a Hates by fnsiB? yasrH Ajstva, tiiast retail feat Swa, Ctotk. St; Fa, a. Mexico, Calilornia and Ari zona. Mst a w aat Baniaed ftttuoti ol -a Heats tfi Bar bat Psortaoe.- By Wiuun It. Bwmm-. Wisfe UJaatiaUoM. tssaa. Cteth, S. NoQks and Corners of the New England Coast. Br 8v Amu SaAMt. Wish MsniMawis lllestrstkwis Bouare vo. doth. $8.49. Horsemanship lor Women. Us TififBrar K. Maan. ' Wttk UlMttaiinas by Saav Fs-ffffse sanaM stow Oaaaaaentnl ftot. I14K. Fly.Ro4s ami Fly-Taekle. i j j9 tssss SiasMsaatMsaaasl 0sa. By yrfTT ? Vaana. lHantirsKirl sasaU to, trotie ntiiaiBtiiii1 tug. Ajnricaa Salsaon FtabUig. The Ssnarfaiaa Mslsana Wales stan By sJsMwr U City Boys is tie Wood; .AraMaawVMatMBlBAta. ByUi 9- Watta. UbsaSBatadi Bttaacs ('tela, OrassMnssjl, tut, 7sjs sjsjoss vfissas ass Ins saas sw aM ssssst sasljass tr yMi Bj sssjt baSM ssjihsliassi. bj0V sbs ssmsbsssw So smc nssS of sBssAisisTstsasa. alaaAa v Baas am lejaas of mIim HA1PBE 4 PtOTHBm &BW KOSJt. AMtTSBMEXTS.; A LBAVCH'8 GRAND OMtRA BH tE JToedav Svenine, .Tnly - TO nmht, i.rird TMtlmoninl tA SUSS HKI.i;S.UMOI jri Mill NTEBH8 n -liiTp at IS p in TUB WtVRtn tAMdi lNirt'i t-T.t 3SARIVE BNr-4J MFN' nrtder Dirii'im nf Ti. roor mnl;' i H 8A Anrertf n' Forcii out ( nn nl j i HAMI'.N andllAKr ITJSAITCK RAVMOND Mirrt M IB8MITH, BERT RIDM.K in 1 lit JSIRPHY in 'Ra77ieua7?i The Popnlar Conedlan, R E. (lRAlf n una ravonre, mtjw ihahir mm WhMtlln WnnilAr. .tN(l VlnKP f KI-' SlAXOHT OP8RA COM! ANT ir t lie- -.t Art MWWHia t Af -TI. HI n i Ir 1!n Last but not Least. "Little Annie r. i MlSf nkt.SH I.AMOST Cnornsbythe Bntire Amiien o U H neserrw seats, 7e ara si nut T IWk HEOLIKN. IS the Oiat of All Mnslcal iDslrumci-'a Deeaiise ft performs any mnsio rom a wait or a bnilal to nn OTertnre or a symphony more bWHiHfnlty atHt wore neirly perfect than any other slnulo rnetrnwent. The Aeotlan Is not mechanical, bnt tho mentpntatton of It Is so simple tbat a person nh leSrn t play It with from one to three Wteie'praetlce. Tour visit to see this In strument will be esteemed a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, 9 PA. AVE.. f oto A (rent for Sto!nway and Other First- A"$ lass Planwi and Organs. nxuimsioMs. BAY RIDGE,,;! ON THE CHESAPEAKE, OPEISf JUNE m. it Naval Academy Band. FINEST MEALS. WNBST ATTHACTIONA EVEItYTIIlIia TUB BEST. Trains Icavo H. A O. Depot, week days, 9 15 1 n. ro .) ahil -l.so p. m. Bu minis. O.SSa m.. II 10 aih! 3.1S p. m Is Loara Iter H'iVp. xcetik iljt.nm 3n,l",n i'l p. re. Sumlftis, 8 and 9 p. m. Round Tiip Tickcls $1.00 J.T. ODBLL, General M tnir-'r. CIIAS, O. StTLL, Oen'l rassenger Arc'. JH,tf The Mount Vernon AND MARSHALL HALL STEAMBOAT COMPANY. On and alter JUNE I, ISM, tho now Iron and steel steamer, ClMIUiBH MACALB3TER, will lrave tier ulmrf. foot of SEVENTH Ft. for MOUNT VERNON and MAR3IIALL , lini.1. am iuiiuw'1 lor MOUNT VERNON-Every day (oicept genday) at 10 a. m and 3 30 p, m-.rcturnln nt 2 and 6:1.'. p. m Pauongera can remain at MOUNT VERNON until second boat leaves If delred. Fare, round trip. SI, Including ad mlMlon to tho Mansion and Grounds. EIo sent eafo on the boat. Meala and lunches lerrcd promptly. Mount Verron Uuldo Ikwlu can bo procured on tho boat. For MARSHALL HALL Same as MOUNT VERNON achedule for week days. OnhUNUAYH at 11 a, m..S.! and 0 p.m.. returniiur nt 2.5.30 am 0 p. tn. I On FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS. Special .1 1 nrnll(fif Vvnuiulnni ilntnn f tia 1kob n 'I INDIAN HEAD, toachlnR at MARSHALL llAIJjaoIng and returning. leaving Washing ton at 8:30 p.m., reaching city on return at H n. m. Meal and lunches at all times at MAR SHALL HALL lltwuiuruut . FaretoMAltailALL HALL and return, sa eenta on any trip; children, between B and U years, IS cents. The popular and reliable steamer W.W. CORCORAN will make ber river landings as far down aa OLYMONT, landing at MAR SHALL HALL going and returning. leaving ber wharf dolly (axoept Sunday) at 10 a, m., returning at t p. m. Round trip, sa cents. Sunday trips of the W. W. COHlOHANto MA IWIl ALL HALL will bo announced weekly, Hee advertltements. For charters of steamers MACALESTER ami CORCORAN for either MOUNT VERNON or MARSHALL HALL apply to L.L ULAKB. Captain, on steamer. ja9,U EDCOATIOIiAI.. s I s :rn UlIlVlll.ilMV ,1,, ...m.. .. .... 4Sth year OCT. 1. taitruetlon thorough. Terra moderate. Address tha princi pal. MISS A- K- TnoilAS. jys uw im Dlrecloij of Lawyers and Law Firms, pAMBELLCARRINOTON, ATTOBNBy-AT-LAW. MS D street northwest, Washington. D. C Wefcatar Law ItekUias. KsnUansa. 148 H street nortbweet. . Ullllulll I lllll. IL I I ' TITeODBOKY WHKBLHR, ATTOBJfBYiAT-LAW. sat and 3SS ti t.. Cbaaaaey Buildlnj, sear Xoawfana ?., Wasaiatos, D. c. PMBSloas ta tbe CcmuU of the District and ol Mpsa eeoiaa's Coaaty. Md. f7-d AS.it TI F. PBILL1H6. J Q. ZACHBY O. T. B. McKKKNEV. fBILUFS,ZACHBT & UcBBNNSY. Attoraef at Law. taSMAatf Bub Building-, y st J. AfttKUB JOtUihOM, ATfOBMBY-AT-LAW. f aSr-aUatl B fit U Street MONBV TO LOAN. MmWrtQ LOAN OK BBAL BSTATK OR BSst-dasa saearittss at Uiwattnw uf Mo oatay wbaM saMrlnr fat good. u.v.uuui. 3M7tbtw. Tt rOMBT TO LOAX OS OOOD iiECUgJTY w ostar?, IK ALL WUS, TO LOAM OK BJUL BtTATS bftUUKITY. AT S AKB S ?BR CBKT. M. M.VABJUUL wtw Jy at a w BBAL BBTATS ABB LOANS. is taaoTLat d Qm oity. LUe iw. UPaoir Mstoa. uaroar as ana rws OUUMTKV K8AC KtfT.VTK. 17 ACSJt OB 3D sT oa cs tlue of Ltw JCcsua,c lovportaaitr Srlca, etc . Utn w V. V MUUKTK. BA9U&L kAStBY. HgRRQN & RAMEY, BJMti BBXAT. Jaxiisn WaaMau,D c. Ftwsiae nt IBs astsSe tyss ial i5r tovaatoeatof Daxttaniaxii iSBBwWWCSHJUl BBOWK. a