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of what wm mM bptrWtjr dm It
apssjoTetne tiwiili npssntsw ItgMy
rst) etepttoi ton erf Mr. rrariAwt
llnvt's repsr lo tin wmrtw ttta
Unjwtcn showM b sUtsVmerl M eevtMn
petnts alone; tne Mm of the Mt rasvl
to prevent ercMenl to venter ent
rctieetrteM ll mm bee oramves! lw
foie of this great mm tnet hit
habit la to treat the public
iry until aa fee ttonbtteee don
Lie Minor etnr4or. TWn ta a
finality of sewnftil nffassnlty I Mr.
Ittwt- ttbfck excHee ear adtntrtsUosi
am) ftmaMBHIRt. 11 tnVe Use nente
pr eitkrn tUt tbe peevrle of IVMtitmjtM
ate under ttllmle to hh eoMfMrjr ntnf
tbat. If be en afford to ma over newt
(stlngnbb a sxmrce of timw, the
rrtftmnnlty bare no right to complain.
lletinowa what Is boot for the misuse
n1 )eo)jct to )myIii )il Unmoo
tiiRieti In lmrtlK'bt lnmotv
lorfe ael unwlenm ugrtloa.
If (bit Senatorial llcalon of Mr.
I'lohlcnt Hurt ihouttl itttilt In tn ill,
towr or tb creation of aonw aothorlty
by wfelcb tbo Comltloort can proru
to Mm ibat b la not th blggcat man In
town. U will b well for tun paonUt. He
fcbowW not m wholly kiipptatl, bow
ever. AVe neetl Mr. llnrl a an awful
uxampto.
Unt wa Iblnk the Ssatora ate at fault
in tbeir geaeral cottdeainatlOB of the
railway corporation!. Our experience
of tbo street car wrvtee of varlom large
rltlee In tbU owiotry toMhea u, thit
tlie lorviec in Waiblngtoa U, Renertlly,
fully abretut with the average. We do
not iblnk, with Mr. Hurt, tbat the
reople liere get more for their niojey
tbao anywbere ele, al that they are
an iRsoient awl complilalBi; lot. We
do mm. In fact, tblnk with Mr. Hurt
on anything tbat we know of. Kut we
re ol opinion tbat the lervice here U
(xcelknt, awl, If the Waabingtoa ami
Georgetown Company would not pack
tbbir ears ijuite o full, there would be
little eaute of complaint
-As for the suburban railways, notably
tbat electric line out the Tesallytown
road, we feel constrained to say that,
wbJUt tbe railway has undoubtedly
lulattl tbe drive, it baa given both
I'teatuie and pront to tbouMmle of peo
ple wbo tiwltl net afford to drive, and
baa opened up to sttleutent a matt
riethable and aalubrloua neigbborbood
No denbt, aince tbe Harrison la
vettieeoU at Glen Echo, the
tubawbati railway is some form will
tboHiy take peueselen of tbe river
drive alto. Bnt Coagraea can easily
leeoapencetne owners of in horses
and equips gen by basteniag tbeeoa
pieiien of tbe Itoek Creek Park and
ivMg us splendid drives there which
tbaH forever be held sacred a agalnet
tbe-vwear street ear and tbe plebeian
mute
I-el mb have a comptomlto.
taw Vw Yon 7tttuM that, "tar a
IsMSMeMMty nan nn wmh a
iceb tn ta ketly, lr. Miaiaw
ieat to fete TattC UU m Wwlaeaoay
take tlw paint. It mat he Hi as the tfaai
f eat ieae the duty on any utfcie to
tuenaytve par cent, when the asahers ef
a tt artleJe in tbia eeayatr; faU or refuse
to pay te t neir work seen the waeleanMaar
itm4 for aaath artielea over ami
the wholesale price of Vfce
fosaag artklea In Mew York, haw
tbe Mf. Of conne, the
k'anajtoy keat no none thattM
MMBnWlp kky BkMawg''iMBej kW 'nprMjajnejn etonqPJha KeBvey
MlkmJty would be used. Tet I
aseaety iMnorliss the geed Mr. Ujutiaem
toaeejatato the ptotattoi laimilsrtHrrw to
4e vhto ther peetwaa Uer watt d and
whtaa the prot art lo seats sauaai
te enable these to do. it, sale
i te iMteeSiM dankM steeply eflaat the dU
fueaee to wages, the pruMe teat those
MittM eajgh to go to the wortaaen aloaje.
Ilea these le hit eBeteni'e heawaaa pro-
MntonnV eaMnnl tMeafiatsiCen''
-i ii Hi wei ... i
1 nus klw Yo itors Wiaknenn
, eetoAMweVsnso tadai we hnd the pootftee
iieaamet("n iwhestty," that the Vewee
M la deed tor this season, by agiinimaai
I laMMt ttlkt fintt'llaWeteftnl Mill IJleJIWMUetkiatC
uaaleif. Thl hi
. ,.iy kvi
i. icmim, nnratsar, e the iseise the aear
i miiu uc Hants imuum, to
a,. Lg tii ine ywee WU bee beeo hiid
v : .i. iiJwl cJisrtkiew.
ui:mhl. m nsnsihineet to hU-
Jo . i UiJatciul when- -e pause to
il: Li o Ktaatly t -i as an
J k .! - k he is d iniantod to
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.i u.irs.,i i laeguiir and a poaeety of
.ii.. ul Ui struck u ptinftttlg
t u-ii i- a iitJ OkouJd kxv lw bas mtttur,
t.u Hi cuiiiuii to iiv Ui. pasty's
. JtihJAB Lu U All U4AJI'
i taa vu fawv- waaohea-
k to into up hb - CseHilii. he
autseatnsa ssm) isueaMaWs nsito
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ereytoe tee twintrf bad Biejltejej Mjn ifown
th m atao Ooat Ma ftatint tntHIMa on ll
! if sejmit party Mnrdrto. IratMi ft
t n fk r CnHtak, awl the moat
af 1, tmtnrr ok the rase I tbat he
t rvvtitm)i!mt Mm iterUrerl
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CttfiNnCHpMnT ftffl WttlfeSV feWtv Ht ft ntlty
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ke, Aft.; ft. Wmoher. I.. 0 FIIIn W
f set: if. 9. Tntner. qamai. .: John
ft tft. r. !., ttrs i) p i-p,
IMMb W;hT, Mewry r. Wylrv, Mont.
alaaeery, Ala.
vf'f Hand tlaifrT, Jw Twk' u
ft Willi. hMMltMku H I' Il'-Wm
f, ierra new, . Kahtn, Bellfontim-,
. H R Wnrteil, PMIedelphia. Hmott
sh. Itankwy, OMHki flemg tr Nrt-li.
iiti bta: P. 4. Adaaat; wtkt ami
dkeeVrr. Mtw telMe llMak A. Umla;
Wanet fleeter., p. T. A. rontatn, Haiti
nw, m . C I ;. tVeaynThiffeii, Pa.;
. j4imt-tm C. A. frank. , lnnfa.
. II, R. (Mberhtht, !w Torfc; Mrs
rrnsajnipB tn, nejraa, niininl I ITPaHa .nw
treat, ft. Uraeelwr, ntlMWeMak Pa ; II.
tostoe. t A Nratd and raaMly, Cam
Hf Md . W. V. Breewatfc, KeMeelry.
rH. wr.
.u.1 eKakL .d
Imf.rwl-J. c. tlretarMjer, W. J. tf.
I iMaaMorrttj, Atleny, M. T ; 0nre W.
Masre, T II MllVr. tlnrtnsatl, Ohio; MlM
lllle Hertaard, L. W. Hettionl, Wllmlng
. C. J It Rrtwsen and wife, MIm
1. i.rae, nssa.
NMhsreV-U T. Mprews end wife, Jedr
N IRt, Mo.Mra. C. K. Lscwiit and sen,
alfM Vjaggle P. Ma4araa, jHeaaanli J U,
Maavt, Mew rerfc; . tlner Jtrw York.
JWpas Henry Arden, W. D. Pattea, Xew
Yerii Mra. . Tnoratx Vlrgtntat II. II.
it I. W. gertiUlt, .Hew
York
'J-Jlr. and Mr. Fed, Mareoos
see, Fla.
tfUnSMe . Artkwr Leee,
aTVeWflWeV''awkMeVH VeweWnWMWS v
epwrPl Me SstMaWpf p Us KytiW XHMW)IJ
Henry 1. kitesn, T. t. MahhHsn, CMesa.
I.mnmkmm W, J. XwewaUy, Mr. Ptof
H. IwUtk, Rrnte, a,i AlWt a. Oat
athet,ettp.
jBt9mww9U9l s llfiWaVfQ Me Js IrvftlHlle
3tr Ye; P. W. Prter. V . A.; John
P. Dms, wife and mat MfcM Hentetoti,
Oeala, Fla. w-.
tilfeelae Wltttaw M. twe;u sad wife,
H. Lowe; Andrew JscWmm, LMrtefairmt
UllUrt M. Orteas Xew OrtoMiei Xraeet U.
Wskh, H. It. Match, fw York.
AromU. V. Fasnewertb, Jemes (I. Pet
well, Manchester.
PERSONAL,
BrnnHin Howard, the playwright,
lln at Xew Hocbelle, where tbe
susltr part of hie literary work Is done.
It wm there that he wrote "The Hen
tritta" and 'Shenandoah. "
11e niece of tbe great actress Ktcbel
is ocr. to no on the stage. Sbe I, tbe
wife if an Englishman, end harlot;
W'tnirand and educated in Knclnml
beKaks l!ngllh rerfictly.
Tbu first Gove roor of Dakota Terrl
toty, Go vet nor Samuel Albright, U liv
ing in Mlnneaola, a hale ami hearty
man, somewhat past middles. He
as a St. Paul editor In the early days
of the Northwest
Justice Miller of tbe Supreme Court
of tbe United Stale, bas been on tbe
bench twenly-riKht years, HI com
mission was signed by President Lin
coln ami date back further thau any
other member of the court
Henry IlildKcmae, the negro wbo
rave $10,QW toward the purchase of
Mrs. Calms' seminary at Klrkwood,
Mo., is a saloonkeeper ami worth $.
600. The seminary thus beeomea the
first manual training school for colored
boys ever established.
General 1" 11 Sinner, e.T United
States Treasurer, who la suffering from
cancer, writes from lUWo Iieaeh, Kla. :
"My case Is constantly growing worse.
I cannot we to read a single word of
this rav own wrltlog. My eye la kept
open by x bit of adhesive plaster. I
write with pain and suffering."
Tbe KID of Sweden is reported re
cently to have remarked: "I am truly
sorry not lo be awe to spend a half day
iHfoftiiU) with I'rlace lilsmarck at
Frlcdtichtrube. Persons whom I es
teem and honor so bluhly as I do Prince
UUmarck become doubly dear to my
heart when they step aside from the
greater part of mankind."
Senator Kvart owns a hunting lodjte.
a comfortable log cabin, oa the banks
of the Potomac In Maryland, furnished
ready for instant use. with a colored
man and his wife in readiness to receive
the Senator and hit friends, but it hat
not been used except by the colored
men and hi wife during the several
years Senator Xvarts bas owned It
CawlldnnMl
Iteting the lest hot spell a gsnUaums
who Is ennaealsd wish one of use Fsees
Assentations wa going heme in "wee,
iuu' hours syent the twaL" Ma had
got well out on Foutteamth street, wheat
he was approached by a celewsi
who said:
"Say, bees, kin yon toll what
d's j ere iar"
Fi tuteenth," was tlw reply.
"Fo'toenth! What's lew
beset" he asked hi a very atsed
lie was told nksn atovanat
was. ajsd duected hosv to go to
these. Asked wisat ps of neaaal
c
waatod to a to, he NSdInat:
' De" iskheaeaawejseawtoh past,
boss, iean's I atrtsea iMvsnth aamaa I
knows whar I k"
Are yon loetr" he wm Meant.
To' de Lawd, hoes, I'm mms wand
erto roun' ever seatce f o ctoaex trpex to
la' Seventh street, am' I nusthtn't do
'H.'
lai lir if 1 la 1 rHsrsiiMMsi teat
"What's the mailer with ysut"
"I doe' knoer. boas, I gisea I we
eowtatoed,'' and he tnidgej eat weaetiy
in the direction of SeeU Him
4U Hfs HSaSS(
L. M T " wrtto to
&!- --T iKImJ in m
dtoltew York
to
Urn s gMnf a Unt of
dead Harmon bad af
the atoMSMtoi wm
known relative of
Mm. Barriaon. eacegd Jo
uai, the PwsUsau's bJf
I a Ttoamncrii. had
SO
MOMceoy ue
Joaua Scott Ht
wet
lexsaaine
MielSiiiii im amm aM
in
every known relative ut ktefwaMnat
ms wue ace aoey strtMoaieie
A at AJ PataU. TO
"Ob, togfesa, dear
Tket WnnflpwklM t VMwteft oMmbI annnnntJMi
Yesur dWtetaof ststieiriatokjeaMMat hsjnp
dCMM,
Oh, gW rest aonr ieAenfd1
ttc iiue veto ej
ISSMkiaa
mb, dear Cimgjaaii go
do, aov
ucsssMM. an 1
eawga. mt, fHec4alk Qeejt eafl. He
ejejtn awato tka strwt eara kvoet worn
pMaMMnTaS
MsntoktMW
Oh.MSSf
"Oh, Cajp
M.congnaa,
THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY
inriE m. m a cbdhci.
A tlnrrMf ttnh et rttirxUry iNrenrM r
Tw JirrmKttn llwbrw.
Riamwits, N Y , An. 1 Polk
Jurlgvj Tlglre was koit ly purrlerl yester
day Whan the ca of Marl .TnhrWWB,
ymtt old, and Lanrr Hnsell, 9 jmn
oM, wm called. The children, who
were nwi-et faceil llttie girls, were
charged with no lew a crime thl btirff
lart. The manner In whlrh the llttie
mmget, hex! broken Into Centennial
Chapel and forced open a drawer in the
textrm's desk from which they stole tl I
In poor offering would reflect credit
rn tufttiy a hardened knight of the
Late on Wednesday fternoon the two
children Imllt a brick pile under one of
lb sWe windows, and climbing thoreon.
Mat le smashed In tbe window with a
clnh. Then she reached a hand thromth
the ncrtnre and pulletl a bolt and
rrfejireTl the window. The two crawled
Into tbe cbnrch ami, with a piece of
Iron, forced the lock of the drawer con
tain Ink- Ihe money. The sexton, at
tractetl by the nols, came in ami caught
the Trranw lnrltes with the coin In their
pwktts. He had them locketl tip. Jus
tice Tlghe dlechargeil tle precious pair
after their parents hail premised to at
tend to them properly.
A FAIR FRAUD ON WHEELS.
Montrcnl Ilotnlft Ylotlnilzrit Urn I'rntty
tllrl nml n Trlcycl.
MoifTHBAtM Au. 1 A number of
the hotels ami lending citizens luvu
been victlmlred by n benutifitl and
myttetlous young girl, ntiout 13 years
old, who rode into town on a handsome
tricycle. About ten days aeo sbe rode
tip to tbe Windsor Hotel and made her
self known as Miss Corlnno Cook,
daughter of a supposed well-known
lawyer of Worcester, Mass., who came
in advance of her twpa ami mamma,
wbo hereto arrive the nest day to en
gage rooms. One, two. tbreo days
passed, and as neither of the young
lady's parents materialized, Corlnno
wa requested to lenve.
In a like manner aim victlmlred St.
Lawrence Hall And tbo Albion, but the
proprietor of the lattcr-nmnctl hotel
kept tbe tricycle ns security for tbo
board bill. Sbe applied to several cltl
reus for aid, but a telegram from Wor
cester, Mass., denounced tha girl as an
Impostor, and sbe was locked up In tbe
St. lltldgcl's Home, but nftcrwArd she
etcaped and bas not been seen since.
SEYENTH1YE COFFINS IN A ROW.
rarer lit of Victim at the I'lro-Dninp
JJiplonluii at Ht. latenne.
Paws, Aug. 1. Tbe funeral of
rcvoBty-flvc of tbe victims of tbo fire
damp explosion In the PellMlor pit nt
St. Ktienne took place yesterday. The
ct'fliiis were covtrid lib garlands of
flowers. Some of tbe colllns bore the
iBretipttous, "To tbe mattyts of labor"
atd "To tbe victims of capital uxplolta
th n."
Tbe whole mlnln? population of the
St. Eilcnne district attended tbe funeral.
M. Ives Guyot. wbo was formerly Mln
IsU-r of Public Works, delivered an
oration over the coffin,, wbioh were ar
rayed In a lice. After tbe bodies bad
hten Interred tbe local leaders spoke
upon the demands of the socialists.
.The Chamber of Deputies has voted
30.000 francs for the benefit or the
families of those who lost tbslr lives in
the pit.
HOT WINDS COOK KANSAS CORN.
Hie Wmllier or Three l)uy Itailuces
Crup Condition.
Kaxsas City, Mo., Aug. 1. Special
dispatchre from various points In West
ern Kansas state tbat hot winds Of tbe
past four days have materially reduced
the already low condition of crops la
that part of the State. The winds have
literally cooked corn until many fields
will not yield a tingle ear.
This condition prevails along the Mis
souri Pacific from Concordia to tbe
western boundary. East of Concordia
for a hundred miles tbe yield of oera
may under favorable conditions amount
to 5 or 10 per cent, of last year's crop.
Prom this point east to Atohlnson the
crop will be 40 to 50 per cent of last
year's yield if tbe rainfall continues
moderate. In tbe dry spots of tbe
State tbe hot winds have also burnt up
the grass, so that tbe yield of hay will
be very low
SHOOK OFF A SHROUD FOR RUM.
Henry Slather ArUes In Ills Co til o
nnU KnJo) llliiiieir,
Cmkaso, III., Aug. 1. Crape was
hung at the door of John llrowa's
botste, In Kranaton, on Monday last to
announce tbe death of Henry Mather.
During bis siekness the only Bourlth
went that Mather oould take was
whisky and water. He repeatedly
begged for undiluted whisky, but It
wm refused
After the doctor pronounced him
dead he wm laid out in the back parlor.
At o'clock in the morning an uauetsal
aasse wm beard down slake, and, whan
Mr Mroww reached the parlor, he wm
dent tnu ndsai to see Msrnsr staling up
with a bottle of whisky to kk land
and a cbjM hi his nsessth. "If yea had
given we this bfoe, I would nave
We better toag ago," said Mather.
taking a drtok frosn the bottle. ItMkusr
Ii new oa a fair way to recover.
SSa SSv MStM Trwk,
PNaa im jUMSiakUkr 1 AeatowM iaeU
TaM Ii bad oe way In which taw
IsMshtMi vMtdsnf tise eVsngew e negeo
ruse, Md to so donag put ttoett on -
cmm gtooad and shuam beeVare the
eenfttjsev YsaS In ia iMtieaae autta .ii-1-ikValtiin
furswjgntjieM vrtU dtatvanckhie
tkte llltierale sail liiaipnnilhle This
peney ekwMtid haw hewn purestoi in all
uf tfee rxMsthern tttotos Msoon as the
sevoluitan wm effected which ovee
thjMW the carpet baggsta It amuat he
aatotaed hafuM we can hnwe hatoeet and
aasn4ansse" f roen
ia SgUJ
iwkdeeithe
. toestleece-
.
W ftavndh1 JngeLaJBtoA
i..
AOaMsto k catted 10 Ike fatt that tfee
M
If Mae ssus-
esanMSua mini to law aaa-
' respsr vesrMnMss pgmeMBggf vegensp M'm
1 h.F atotine s hnH sirihtof
Aiene WaMtog eejT4l hp s
d lolfeaxlnM ksXsawllaf and A
dd he Mr
uced ie adveace. the teja lee sevjai mtp
as -, vjapeat jee to tawa
lav unto van kTirkas eneet
dejnvef kf 1
imy a
a 1
' r- mmtmmw
AeaM
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ZZ&
;aVi:tr
Issee Ae
UWLmW eMnVfV OVenMnVstv snftaMal a BMaMaV
m ge essart to stongyjasi A sjav's
putSiirrxD with a rua.
Te ITrtt fh Ws1 KttWf Asew
etitttwn ft lh tt A, I.
nrmd Army Hall prewtited a .
matert scene last night on the Orxashwi
of the flae; prewntatlon by Ptfrne
Corps, Woman's Relief Assocletto", M
auxiliary of the Iepartmet of the
Grand Army of the Bepirtttp. Tk
mernbers of th wufpw, B'tmtjejekMj sev
eral hundred, were out In fntl force,
and there were a large nttmtaef rJt tfcflcn
present. On the platform were seated
Mre. Rose K Terre, uititdmit of tkv
Potomac Corps; Mrs. s T. P. Perry,
president; Mrs. B. A. Will, trfjaaurtr,
and Mesdames Addle Hasrey Mai J If.
RrehnrdsriB, memlwrs of eofflrc!! and In
stalllnt offietro, all of the Maryland IV
partment. le-partmetit CowimanJer
Urtil and his staff were also pnewii.
After remarks bv General 8 S. Bur
irette. the presentation wm made by
Mra. Ferree and her remarks were re
sponded to by Major Vrell.
The flag is of regimental aire and ot
silk. The Inwrlptlon upon H Is- "Pre
sented to the Deparimen' G A. It . by
IVlomae, W. 11. C Washington, !. C,
1!W."
Post Commamrers llurhe ami Lincoln.
Senior Vice- Dewrinment Ownmamlcr
Paunce, Junior Vice Department Com
mander Parnsworth and others mvde
speeches. An original poem wm read
by Mrs N. D. Lincoln, aod Miss Freeh
gave some vocal selections.
GOVERNMENT ADVERTISING
'lrit Comptroller MntthatY ltenilnri
i ew DerUlon
First Comptroller Matthews to-day
rendered an Interesting decision In re
gard to Government advertising. For
some years past It has been the rule
with Ibe accounting ofllcers of tbe
Treasury to pay for Government adver
tising by the folio of 100 words. There
nro several laws upon Ibe subject, and
frequently the First Comptroller has
been called upon to decide what shall
be paid for lt
Hrst Comptroller Mattbows has now
decided that nil Government advertising
shall be paid at rates not exceeding
those which newspapers may accord to
their other patrons. At tbe soma time,
Government agonts irmv enter into con
tracts with newspapers by which special
rates mny be secured.
TWO BROTHERS WITH RAZORS
ytmrrrt Aliont 11 Mntclisl nml Try to
Curve Una Another.
Two colored men, Silas and Frank
Harris, bad a quarrel last nlc,bt at the
corner of Seventh and O streets north
wctt. There was some dispute about a
satchel which the boys had purchased.
Frank went to Itockvlllo and carried
with him some clothes that belonged to
n lady friend of Silas and tbe satchel
was iicd to carry them.
When tbe two brothers met there was
a lldiuUh of mors and Silas received
some very ugly gashes on the sealp.
Ofllcers Ferguson and Williams con
veyed him to ihe Fired man 'h Hospital
u here bin bead wa bandaxed. Frank
Harris bas by no menu it clean record
and has been Involved In trouble before.
Shut by an Omcnr,
While attempting to make an arrest
yesterday Officer Dyer shot and wounded
a colored man named Charles Spotts
alias Charles Gray. Spotts has been
Implicated in a number of robberies in
South Washington. His wound is not
ot a serious nature, but he will have to
undergo treatment at the Providence
Hospital for a few days.
Hood'.s Sahh.uukilla ! peculiar
different from oiler ibwIIcIbm lis com
bination aod proportion of Ingredients,
and preiratloc, being unlike any other
inedleiDe lu tbe market.
Wnut Ilaiuvees for bclneil Cows,
John Pope Hodaett, as attorney for
Luke and Mary Conn era, hits petitioned
the District Commissioners to refund
tbe sum of f 18, which wm taken from
them by tbe pourMlmaster for the re
lease of six cows, which he had seined.
Tbe damage to the cows, whleb were
cut and beaten, is estimated at -110.
Sweetheart Wediled After Twenty
Three Yean.
From tin StatmUn VlmHxHtr,
Twenty-three years ago Mr. Joseph
Hamilton and Miss Virginia lliekra&n,
both of llatb County, were engaged to
be married, but they bad a lovers'
quarrel and Mr. Hamilton left for Cali
fornia, where he settled in San Dingo
County. Uy hard work he became 4
Eroeperoas man. About a month aire
e returnsd to his old home near Mill
borough Springs, and la forty eight
hours after his arrival married Miss
Hickman, who had remained faithful
to her first and only love. The bride is
a first cessln uf the celebrated IlUbop
William Taylor, a native of Itoek
bridge, and for many years past Bishop
of Africa.
I,
Tbe weatbsr is bat, ml to betp eaoi
drink Jteecrt festner's Viessa Cabinet
Br- Altvays pure and good.
l'eMluiUtlc View et Hoys.
If. M Hfuilli. U Hmmri Ym0 Ab.
Every boy is two or three boye, or
twenty or thirty ditferent kinds of boye
In one. He Is all tbe lime living nany
Hvm and forming many characters; but
n is a Beau iiubk 11 caa sees oae ine
and one character when he gets to be a
wan. He may turn out to oe like an
onto when he Is grown up, and be
nothing but bulls that you keen peeling
osf, one after another, till yon wink you
nave got aown 10 ue nean at last, aaai
Use you have got down to nothing.
The vreather is net. awl to keep eoti
drank Robert Porteer'e Vienna Csetoet
Always pure sad good.
If You
Feel Tired
Weak, won eo ran down boas hard
west. kttaapwveHskad nondusis otihm Uood
ot luw state of the iatos yoa shuuld take
eed's sawssarMls. Vhe peeuttar tuoaag.
parKa and vIlsHilxt aaMs ot this ms
(lanil wad! 1 tea te saon seat tatoachant
IsMnt MsMntoe) MMpVMt CeUnMWntnMl inMnM8 nUMl StV"
kag eanek. Ssilshr aestos to eeetreaiaa. tt
ussm she stesnawb, oaastoa Mapoetke an4
swum the Uver and sides Thuuead
ajtot atood's haMaMskUa now ine
isissatassu- iu Auil a4A4K sbAsiiur
I have easd stood s Mjaapastiia foesusM
use and have sasSsse ueaets taentiruas. u
e sae ap ajsejetrie and suvaciiieM Ue
MsmMi luaashMrtuliy rwinissnmad
toeMeMdd segislaturel taeeows
u a liilaehto apasd trentienin saedi
M " mu V Cuoa. Fee. Cn)brUtfB
niMJ PiM In. Co . fssneriase, U.
Hood's
Smrtmparilla
avldhf aM
it, ! tut ! Piivutni
b,r t c 1
iw u-;j iia
EVENING, AUGUST 1,1890.
lOTE, MNHt KrTiU
Flrrtnxi i 'he rwVJ t aifr-t TTWe
chtrsew iv IS
Her a i.l il of MlkM Went
Mrfe sftrrtlon -avs the CkAejafB AtrwM.
Mr fstern s loihlng dMttt at MWUuu
street, two ni ago fefl tl Irrft Vrtth
Mlwfarnk Wllena a ptetV fltH ho
a m-ilovnl In a
rtnwakniSn 1
FantiT h s hewrrantW ngMffA P. VeMttt
fnl rompkTlon. matchhwi ifafwhtwirn
t nd a vrrneloiis msnstof.
Fanny ami her lover raWeftM Jt
opera, wvnt to nanee Mm wejse tWrpsi
seen out rhllng on the hoattfnvtla.
They loved earh mher, arf tbe wsjrVJIng
wm to have taken ptee hi snort tfnte.
But fetdy afinnwoe) Mr. Stem nwl
ftat bis Inamorata that he Intended
leaving the city and tbat he relieved kt
Would not marrv her.
Along toward the aloemlng. Net m
the rrwshoys were railing owl IBM ew
nine paper. Ml Wilson rnltetl at the
house of her false lover, at ! vTeet
Fonneenth street On httnf adtolttod
the found the family at rapejef.
She ran up to her oM tovet, whet wn
Jntt thvn Mtlng off the hwetncM tknt of
an onvrri, and dashed a handful of Ca
ytntto peppwr In hts eyve.
."ywrklnt with pan he ran townrde
her. She threw np her hands Mki
cried: "Don't tow nw. Unloved t
will rile," and ah drtw a large vtnl
of landnntrm and swallowed two otraews
of tbe potstm.
She wm hurried In the connty hos
pital, and, with the atd of jeveral phy
sIcmM ami an old faehlrrned etnwwh
pomp, wm soon prononnceil oat of
il anger. Stern's rye will be nil rignt In
a day or Iwo.
"The course of true love always had
watts on It," Irreverently remarked an
omcer who umi ngumt in ine
aieKlntey the nvnngetlit
frttH T srej jTrMPVI ftfFWMt
Tbe fact that Senator German 1 op
poted to tbe McKtnley Wll Mirpriees
some people who had counted him m
something of u protectionist. Tbo fact
Is, however, that Major McKlnley has
converted more doubting Democrats
Into good tariff reformers within the
fxtst six months than any other man or
nfluence In the country.
GRAND DISPLAY
OF
FINE SHOES
AT
Wilson I Can's
NEW SHOE STORE,
No. 929 F St, N. W.
Fine Shoes for La lies.
Fine Shoes for Mlese.
Fine Shoes for Children.
Fine Shoes for Gentlemen.
Fine Shoes for Boys.
All Stylo of Fancy Slippers.
All Colors Made to Match Dresses at
WILSON & CARR'S
Now Shoo Store,
o. 020 i' KTiii:irr x. ,
Washington. V. C.
OFFIOK OK
WOODWARD A LOTnitOP,
Coraer 11th and Fsts. d, w.
Thursday, July 31, 1890.
Store closes this evening
at 5 p m.
Saturdays at 1 p m.
We have just received
5,coo more Lace Pins and
will offer them at that low
price of 5c each.
Ladles' New Blazers. Yassar Shifts
and London Vests.
Our assortment of these
goods is very complete.
In Blazers we are show
ing cream with dainty brown
str'pes. This is without ex
ception the dressiest pattern
we have ever shown; also
new blues and bheks.
Ia Vaster hhttts we are showing peaks
While Uaa, platted aad esnhrnMstait, la
Peseates. Exeeeawetr cheese tine of pat
terns, f 1JB. l SS aad tin each.
Mew London Vest la Phpsss. Varxdttoe.
PUaaeb aad FaBey Cloths ia vrr haad
tosse pallets. M.rs, i 68. t aad Seeaen.
Tided nee.
VKW GtveiUJiS.aXBOU-roWtHaeV-
we base Jaet seeetTe4 the telle wiewt
a.seasas Satk ftmgasaw.hi aew dsnigst,
bassadine the aasehsased Tartaa 2tsahsvaar
tail wear. Mse. pr yasd.
ikfiee yaeee Ftanaettes or Ptiated Oeahw
Olath, la over slaty desinM. ear oa ads any
wide range el eestniaa. Me. isr yaisl.
JUSfcVWEAK BWJUHJEiT.-W have
fashnht SnanvBatCaBanl aaah agttLLLgajf ACLgAgsl BhftaVLeaint
neaWesf jbenlanNaVttlsnnSeTteF UnUe2ft4sal CsMtefi aV)nt
IhrnitSi Qasr am, each,
OK vte llgfftJ fega ir W snVeTsaV
yacn. OalrSAtiariiiiir
Ceanfii Lawn MUew chains Onar .
ABC WnnsTe
nserassltehee Uaea r itteir Caaes. M hr M.
at.TI ana IPpar pair.
Wwsow SMADSsV-0ly a
Hostal card from you aad we
wU send a fugs te take aji
Ultimate of your wUstiows.
livery shade we make aad
ttfljtg we guarantee te keep
ia perfect order for oae
year- Kcouk HoMaad,
hiartlhor RoiUr aad CWap.
JVarth
I hot hb k Lamar,
ImellSul r Sh.it W.
The Loud Speech of
Ii
Silence,"
Sometimes a man can say
the most without tittering a
sound, while figures always
alleiit often speak louder
than word. What we read
generally impresses us more
than what we hear, and in
the present instance the im
preMion should b a deep
and productive one.
We don't consider it any
uh to make figures demon
strative of what we are
ready to do on Water Cool
era, Refrigerators and Baby
Carriages, If you don't
want either of these articles
price wouldn't tempt you.
But ii you do it is enough
for you to remember that
"Lens burgh is ready to stti,
regardless ol competitive
figures.'' We won't oven
consider profit. We'll climb
way down to cost and there
we'll stop. The man who
tramples cost under his feet
Is a very unreliable mer
chant. In Furniture Tapestries
we will make the following
reductions:
From ?1 to Otte.
ilo il.Vt lo 75c.
do 1. SO to 90c
do ? to $t.S.
do ? lo $1.-13.
In Frilled lldgc Lace
Chamber Curtains:
From W to t,W.
do 0.50 to iX.K.
In Fine Nottingham Lace
Curtains:
Trotn $1.96 to SRe.
do $4 to 13.00.
do fl.80 to $8.75.
do $5.30 to $8.95.
If you are buying any
thirg, from Rustic Lawn
Fixings to the most elabo
rate and costly Sideboards,
you'll find the pruning blade
sticking in every price tag.
JULIUS LANSBURGH,
Thirteen 111 suit F hlreels.
xinv ruiiMCATiONs.
HARPERS' MAGAZINE.
August.
ILLUSTRATED" ARTICLES.
Impressions of Berlin.
By THreeem: Cmut. Willi lUnstratteas by
T. c Tuvvrttuir and Cuamlm MntTB.
Magellan and the Pacific.
DySpwARD terett Hiir. With Illattra
ttens from Old Trial and f rem a ilrevtrM
by A. It Wavb.
PJantln-Moretus.
Dy OcrtTU IlrJHiL. Wltb Illostrattees frees
IBotegraphi by J, Mam, Antwerp.
Street Life in India.
By Euwabd lean Waxes. Wltb IlrastNUeas
lirawn by the aaUwr.
INTERESTING PAPERS.
Custer's Last Battle.
By Cajtaim Cbabuw Khm. WMb Map.
A Convent at Rome,
By Or. ftUKets Passman.
Some Geology of Chicago
and Vicinity.
By Eu-in B. BAsnx.
ENTERTAINING FICTION,
Port Tarascon:
The last AisveaseMsal the Meistsseaafrn
tatin. By AU'eeim htassr. Tvittfcill
by Hsswt Jajm. ftmtti lailsMmnnll
With Hlaslraltans Imh deawtag ky
ilriuutu. ateasi aad Meiivaaev.
The Uncle of an Angel.
A MuMinsr Xevetletse. Isy Tns X- Jtn
vus. With lHnsl wtaans ass wa by W. 1,
faMtnwv.
Lizzie Brtt baker,
Aataiy. By luu. law sen fsmja. Wntn
lllnsirslhinsdaawnhy tusm
A Walk Up the Avenue,
X Story. By Hk-masd Hiautae Itsass.
The Bathley AfTair.
A Story. ByfaarvC. sjlieas
POETRY.
The World is Too Muoh
With Us,
ASenaes. BfWuaas
TWhn
nwa kr
To an Apple Tr,
APeesn. Br CesJSe aannjaji-
An Improacten.
APesnv BvlieiSaialsajigi
Tive UlUier Uiit.
iishi. -!:
Westward.
Social PrtSBia
ftusa Bseenw hp
r PPrwSSives 'i-"r ewPpvs 3hnPepaeT
Vnaasav esuinr-ewsj
TasSstivan Bf Ceawiaw
HARPER & BROTHER,
MJCW XOJUC
iUfc-T TC
NV I'OIIMrMTIONS.
Chftrles 5eribrrer's Sons
AVK T0W lWJgfcPjngl):
IIig M Intentions
I
A aMmrmi Rplwxle. By MahiaV Ha
rsun. Uo, eloth, fl; paper, 1 Wo.
the wen of tbl novel l the ISIawd of
SlacHmae, on Lake Huron, and the eentflH
naiirvs are a yotine oontile on their fserMniv.
joMrney, It in an absorbtne story ot tore aiH
Jenfousy anrl ha watiy paves of ehavnitne
rTejreripWBef of a. eoWrtry ttcr m Msrorieni av
Meastten. ...
8tntS K)H STJJIMIR KAlfl
Kspiatlsn.
SrSiv1 lrKftWnHnn SmT '
riTOBT1. inno, crovv, i, paper, wxs,
"A 1 tteedtturtv sptrttrt, freW-toM atwl j-
trrvsrfng Mweera ajetv, ft rs liiuresaiie
BrMne." S. T. Wbwie.
The Lawton Girl,
By Makot.b nmawi'.
lvnio, eretti, Sl
rarer, am.
"flajrealtswi M vtvM m rmthfwl. It wnH
be nifltentt to gast re netloii a atroiifer
keseh.n-msiren iewnal.
The Broughton House,
By BtMt rantrt. ISwxs 1 1 .SB.
"A brttW, llwrlttenstoyjtoM wtth
arvat anneaiNni and sho w Ine iwm sTady of
fitrnen rmtvre.-Boston Satnnlay Brealiv
Oeseile.
Day and Night Stories.
By T. H. SrtUTAM. ISmo, cloth, tli paper,
tee.
"Mr. Bnlttrsn UplvaRtly orHrlnal, vrtit
and antMled. tin stories are MrstuHr fln
JfJJJjt and qelek In wot mcuUBrBOMyn
Poltt by alt book sellers, or sent, post paid 1 by
Charles Scribncr's Son?,
7SS-7IS Broadway, New York.
Atlantic Monthly
roil AUGUST CONTAINS
t-Maey. XXtll.-XXV. Marearet Dela!,
Tbe te ami Units ot Aeaderale Culture. N,
8. Skater.
Madame Cermet ami Mmlaiso de Coutange.
Xllen Terry Jolmeon.
Fellera. IV., V. Panny N. O. Murfree.
Eeme Aireets of I'sjebteal Itcseareh. O.ll.
Frotbtngham.
A New Ilaeo Iroblcm. Jsbn It. Kcalley.
A9nrrhtora Ixwt Bunding. ArdrowMe
rrlml VatU.
HeTBhkm. U. V. r. ami L. n.
PlmiBantlAM(en(aMundl. AnnlaFleKli.
Orer tbe Tessepa. IX. Otlrer Wendell
Helmw.
Jaae la Franeoala. Brailferd Torrey.
Tbe Klsabtrd's NesU OHreTbomo Miller.
lDteraUeMl Cepyrlgbt. Henry Oabot
Uxie.
UaTerhlU. Ilead at tbo Colebratlea of tbe
S&etb Anniversary uf tlie City, July it,
1K0. JebaGreeoleafWhlttler.
Sense Beeent Freneh Narels. Tbo Contribu
tors' Club. Beoks of tlie Month.
SSe a Number: 1 1 a year.
Houghton. Miffln & Co.,
BOSTON.
II Bast Psreetewrlh t., New York
Princess Rosetta and the
Pop-Corn Man,
With six ptetare by (tarrett. Is Mart E. Wil
kin' deiieately knaserotts eentritmtlens to
tbe(.BKMt
Midsummer
WIDE AWAKE
(tee., everywhere).
Craat Allen has a popular seleatlrle paper
abont "The Anerleaa Water Lily." followed
by "The qea Uly," by Miss llarrl,aml
that by a legendary poem. "Water Lilies," by
Fraaee L. Msee. TbeAstateuri'botesrapby
ankle baa hhbo very earkw and beautiful
ptetnre. Mrs. JeeHe Benton Preasont'swlll-aad-way
story,
The Hat ol the Postmaster,
Is notable ami notably toW. There are la
terestlaa' lastalliaeets of tbe serials, "Tbe
New Senior at AadeTer aad "Tbe Quest of
the WUvpasg Boy M Loeke Btoekton bas a
stegalarly seweMtre "Osae ot tbeSeaies"
fur TOntHC ami old. Aad there are SO
rsae of Vacation Dellsbts.
D. Lothrop & Co., Publishers
BOCTON.
USEFUL BOOKS FOB YAEATIOH,
Thoir Pilgrimage.
By Chamm IH'Mirr Waiwib. Btebty lll-ai-tratrd
by 0. 8. MHKHAnn Pest ftro, IIU
Lealber, J.
Summer Holidays.
Travenegr Netee h Barep. By Twona
t win, aasher of -Biiasle Peustac" 4e.
Post fcv, OSotii enssmeoSal. JlJrS.
Our Journey to the Hebrides
By Pananes. ssst ?ssmvh Iteenii
Psanrsaa. Hhanrsied. Past eve, (Xatn
A Tramp Trip,
How te He Emmm an Ptesy ans a Bay. Br
Las Maatwasiinn. Usee Pestask. Mate,
Cloth, !1-L
Knocking Round theRock(hS
By Bnsiset limraeaiL. sinher al "Psisaili
Wasth rtmomtmh" TV jeeshssws." A.
lUnafteW4e)anU eHannsnVaW 4tMk eMaansstek. ML
Sliochone and Other West
ern Wonders.
By Kw4m Beaaaai. Wash a Psensss by
CnaMaaanM aVasVfcsanVM sbbbbM aaaalaBBBBBittfcelBnn
Pwet eee, Clusa. lis Baee. rs.
Meyko, CaWfaraia aad ArU
a Mew and
uf "did
Br
WnsaastB
tasaavOn. Ml
Neoks and Corners of the
New EaIaiMl Coast.
sv-SasajaaAsaae
Horseiaaiiship lor Waaiaa.
ayTnBianna.M4. wahlahselwiiiaihr
CnftepT asUanUeV egHasU Man
PlyRsdie rul Fly-Taekla.
easseetton as so sheer Mhiailasnasainnat Una.
By Beaar P. Wnwa, llle sissies snsaU
Me. Cteth, lUaaehsasad , pup
Awarkaa Siwefi Y&kh,
Vhe Ajaeasoaav halnaun Bheawsaan. By annav
P WaiAa- aeieaaeeV nnwei tee.
fa.
Ckty &W !ft tlMt Wtxk;
a.AsaaBVeaMMatbJWae. ByBaaax
7- VUi. aanetan- ne hvo.
The ahnve wfcs ate taisaieby j bees.-
Httvjstvaitsiiatsin!
sw saeavna, eav nant efM
en seaesps os ptto.
9X
HAkPfcR. ft BROTHERS,
AMUSr.tHWS
mlB
KHOLIKN,
jPwswta ft fwroww nny rWiwft
4061 ft wItt of ft tpftiTttH to nn
OTWTvlW Ot ft SJ tUfntOttiy HWrt
MeintrtniTJr w itiofft wwty
htftttimwrt.
TWfr AWnfWl fs W0t IiW(iW1ii01I WU taTO
iMWftfttton of tt i m snnpta thai a pnm
mm fmrtt to play it wtth froTti oa to tHf
TrtftlnvSr' fffrOHrft. TWtl Wt W 8rr5 tMS sW
ftWSfffiHt TJCIh 00 08t6 WW ft fftfOT H
E. Ffc DROOP'S,
9m TA. AVB.,
f ote ApfOiit tot tyHTyaywit Othor Htst
MveiieaeeeaaeaHiSaHeaeaaabeHeaBBa
KXCUHSIOMS.
BAY RIDGE,
ON TUB CIlBSArfiAKB,
OPEN JUNE III,
Naval Academy Band,
FINEST MEALS. HNBST ATTHACTI0N9,
EVBHYTlttNO TUB BBST.
Trabis lravo B. A 0. Depot, week days, 9.1a
a, mi, Jf) ami t. 80 p. ta. samlays, O.Ua. ro.,
1J0 ami 3,1s p. m
LenTellsy Bldgcweek days, 6 30 andSJO
p, rn, Eunilnj!, 8 and 9 p. m.
Round Trip Tickets
$1.00
J. T. ODKLL,
General MAnkRcr.
CHAB. O. SUUI.U
(Jen'l ras'cnser Accnt.
jim.tf
The Mount Vernon
AND MAItSnAM, IIAI.I, STBAMBOAT
COMPANT.
On and after JUNE 1, wo, tbe now Iron and
steel steamer,
CUAKI.E3 MACAtKSTKIt.
will JpTe Tier wtiarr.foot of SEVENTH it,
for MOUNT VEltNOM and UAItSIIALb
1IALI, ns follows:
1 or MOUNT VEnSON-KTory day (except
gtinilay) at 10 n. m and isop. m.. returning
nt 3 Mil M p. m. TAMenaera can remain at
MOUNT VKltNON until second boat lenrcs If
desired. Pure, round trip. SI, Including nil
mllon to tho MAnslon and OronmM. Rio
(rant mfo on tlie boat. Meal and lnnche9
ferred promptly. Mount Verron OuKto
Books ean be proeured on tho boat,
PorMAItMlAMj HALb-Samo as MO' NT
VlliMiN fehedulo for week dsrs.
PnUNDAY8 at II a.m., 230 and 0p.m.,
rctHtnlsc nt 1 B JO and a p. m.
en FlTlIMYH nnd SATUHDAYH, Bpectal
Mfionliabt BxeuMoes ilown tho rlrer to
INDIAN HEAD, touohlne at MAIMIIALU
IIAI.L folnit and returnlni;. leiwInK Washing.
tonatsdQp. rn., reauhlni? city on return at
10 p m.
Most and lanches at all tines nt II Alt
till A LI. HALL Ilestaurant.
rsreto.MAIt.MllAU, HALT, and rctnrn, sn
cents on any trip; ohlldrea, between 0 and 1 J
years, Incests.
Tie popular and rsllablo steamer V. W,
COllCortAN will make her rlrrr iandlnn as
far down ni CLI'.MONT. laDilIng at MA It
H1IALL HALLeoIdr and returning. learlnn
her wharf dally (except Bonday) at 10 n, m
returnloe at t p. m. Hound trip, M cents.
Bflnday trt of the W W. COItt'onAN to
MAItMIALU HALL will be annonnced
weekly, i-eo advertUeraents.
For charters of steamers MCAf.ESTEIl
ami COllCOltAN for either MOUNT VEHNON
or MAIIKHAUi HALL apply to L. L. I1LAKB,
Captain, on steamer. Ju3,tf
Directory of Lawyers and Law Firms.
pAMDELL CAllRINGTON,
ATTOTtNEY-AT-LAW,
(OfiD street northwest,
Washington, D, a
Webster Lav Bulldlne.
TtesMeaee, 1S1B n street northwest.
w
OODBUltY WHEELER,
ATTOHNEY-ATLAW.
Ml and MS ti St., Cbaanoey Bnlldlnv, near
Louisiana are., WsvsbJaston, D. C.
rraetlees tn the Courts of tbe District and of
Itlaee George's County, Md. fs-7-dAS,tt
s.
r. rniixira. j. a, zachry
V. D. MeKBNNEY.
rniiiirs. zachry & mckennky.
Attorneys at Law.
ftsrT-d&sIf Hun BulUlcc, F st-
1 1
T ALTUSUS JOHNSON,
' ATronNET-AT-LAW,
f esV-daetf 406 Plftb Street.
MONKV Til LOAN.
n r 04EY TO LOAN ON REA1
111 BrtesJHi seewfMes at li
mterset. Nedstsy where seee
N REAL ESTATE OK
lowest rate or
arttr lscood.
O, 0. GHKEN.
30i 7th t o w.
M0NBY TOLOAN ON GOOD SECURITY
TTTLE CO.. mi La are.
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