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THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 11,1890.
. i' CTmi Daily critic, AM) CAOTAU MMK Hi hi ... - j9P9l &Htf Dmotratte Datig Pnptr F bthtd at Wmhington. xr irVN7rs OTTtCt: fiNi fl ITEM rtORTHWlST, ftAt&fMttttt CITY, I. C. i vt htubcttiptto. Sf MM (testae prepaid). 1 r l " " I month ... . w titflttiritrVeeRy. latest " TM CMITH BejDStfeett wasMntton, o. c. IVjumimtoM. 0. C. Arorar 11, !. thjb gnootyg chiad Qrtftt tiM bttertwt realwre of the at so ragtag afaiftst lotteries Is tfea rrtrnltieac of the rhlledetrtol Prm ami rtrtatt otter paper which have rnede themselves conspicuous by rrm nlfif lotteries themselves. In the comta of a lone ml eveatfnt cutter, waaave heard of many ileari falls and ktn games. "We him heard of monre, ro, roulette, ronfe-et nolr, sweat cloth, Boras-heatl, chuck a luck and a iloMfe Allien, hut never anything? -when the otitetrhrr had so little chance and the "game" so sure a thing ae In the average newspaper "gueaatag" match or prire vote contest. Faro bsaki an often broken, the standard roulette lay-out gives the house only 3 per sent, the advantage, rouge et nolr a boat the same, ami other basking cames a trifle more or lest. IKvsn ketio giTes the players 00 per cent, of the pool, teserrlng only 10 per cent, for the running expenses and profits. Hut In the ITiiiadelphla rtm lottery, vthteh that great exponent of morals rratei a few weeks ago under the philanthropic pretext of presenting some deterring hulks with a trip to Eu rope, the "fume" took tight -fit per cent, of the pot and returned to the con tributor or their beneflci iries only J. trtn. No more greedy and rapacious lottery scheme than Oils yns ever worked on a confiding mtblV.. A. pro fessional gambler or lottery mana ger wonld be ashamed to father any thing even approximating It. The Prtm, however, continues to lead the attack with unabated fury, both In its tdltortal ami Its Washington coi H-ocdence departments, the latest devtc It lag the ridiculous canard that one of 1 1 leptcsetilaltves ben- has been threat i Hi with vid nee ty the truculent lot Kry agents On this point the Wash ington correspondent of the New York 'jtibtht makes the fnliowinc suggestive n-atk, which no doubt covers the i.uite accurately - "It tannnt he said, however, tint ri c pfaly active lotiby has been at a- irk p Washington In behalf ( the I'ulsl sua lottery. What work It has done It has done quietly and with the utmost c aattousnees Visions of a lobby with millions at its disposal always rise be fore the youthful imagination of a newspaper correspondent who is bound to make hi dispatches 'readable' at the expense of truth. The representatives here of the Louisiana Lottery are, of course, well known, but tbey are not in the habit of hunting for vote with a brass band. To assume, on the other hand, that they have succeeded la ttoisg effective work would necessarily Include the belief that a majority of the members of Congress are purchasable, another of the assertions which the youthful correspondent. In his salatt U fowl of makinx with no other basis to rest on than his own Imagination." The simple truth of the matter is that Holy John Waaamaker Is engineering tble erased?, ami that everybody who does not actively aid It Is to be ile aottaetsl as a robber, au assassin, bally, or an agent of corruption. Holy John winked at terv bat' denounces establishment just as Tolstoi's " KreuUer the I'm lot the Loulsisni be condemned Sonata " :ail wiakfd at any," the Oeear Wilde's Dorian unspeakably aasty Dsedoct of the seoerattoa. ITe has worked up a summer frensy over it and baa wrought his henchmen to a condi tion of mind la wbkh tbey bare brought forward a law that no civilised government would dare to adopt and execute. It hi a law that Mr. John Waaamaker could at his will convert into an Instrument of the most hideous tyres sy. It represents au effort by tail PbUadelBcUa SOagtas under the ciea of aoUaess sad morality to pas tM himself of our liberties. Ma wood that psoaeiaaat papuWcaa teaW trom Wsnamther's own Was eeefer to eadure hie ceasure aad the ? erirjessem of hi orgea, the "Ms, reibtr lea assume the faspoael 4tsj ea4 tee advocacy of so wicked sad mawaievous a i kce of ktctslatioa. ! o tb satset at the Furee bill itHaaVwi oa the aaaaattcaa vase ia Ala taeta, the aa York cium fM calls aV la aw tact that "not only ia sat- m easmstn. rinfaau'e. -ue BqiS triune auii aaket uiMSiW viMM t aepabtttsiis have settled sad la- of late years, wsee s vi tas DeiaatitaMs vesa. Taeceaat to aaieh aaaamhl la weal Psawrsitr for the tret the war, aad Use reason was that -caa feeea till caaagaa white votes, sad most el the nitaera watte mea oi the nesaocrsatr tichaS.' hi say of these SsywMfaaaa Jaaat Oe Haste au aetuoateat tsssasilvie warn vatwg agaiast taatr partf , bat eaesUy as cites taaw ewasaaaa so the Fosee astt." laase msutts asvs not beeasaowaby tea aanaaa HasaeUssat caassaai d the Dassv ia vhim laassessa tths aavleas Jssaety luaHpi to base tramed the Puree tatt- Hat wstjeji aw ea8rta has asea taavsa eg white MB ia white cuaatUe, ahese these has aaaaaaal earn? aBnanatXaWfanftC4 WJta (aW laattftaaaaaaaaaaaV V0faK VkaW ti VCMMt lUIttMjr MM 0904 imm aaaaT M rnmaaafaaf tllilflllll aaaaaaL aaaaat Meaaaanat laMaal iraWeatt!e Qfty faaaWaaaC MaAMMM viatA aMaMtfal flaf IfiJajtrafaU CUaMaaMaaMU faa MWaat aam the party haan who ase iMMNtaetaUisiastsoaieel Umavaae ti liMH&tto oU cherub, Mr. ttoar, w athaaw vaat a trenmnb?nt eoaVamvetat aajajawaiaw process at the aaiMh, wash taaav aaa ate- Usee, do not case. faa ate- Wm.jum aV-QesreAU., el aaaaa, pata us aesyly wasa ha decmsee kA w yiiiiMM'f it'ttiiilii in Ska MMmn m ms- avas, im i p --msj is -wstadi Hat eashis " iU iwukwlatttUsco)eUj Tiaialt uius i ihat Um axiusb aed Caaa- oms i.uj LU lum Uieir barusruus Md WH.1.1U. dcrlru; '-.' L uf ju , iucft). till li.4 J 1 - - t "-I J)' VJ alt rtwftit people wtmtd allow without cRsf nrsttitt. IT Wf. weavaawa IlimS oar posiWnn ntttsrtsMr-, we safpeW ft mast so. Thsre mens to be aoUitat reft tor Mr ftislti, awlff the ftreiniwteiieta, ssve to strtnjrttx'ri tit srip and fcaM en anyirow. Writ sec MHoejrsW lstw- 5fto Hfx or thfftke, or a 1Hrr that b is "sntmsted hf tmad stateWMtt shfp stWI the general wTfav of the eeSHh try." Ataf, grotesttae as the 1owa afMAS, ha may really thtnk an. If saeh tm the case, vmeMMentiy commend to tfcaent Maa staweat the senator's eslimsta ar hvm een as one of the meet sssowsMng f anm hi fW ktlrm n Atmesn that Reefl's navy, whteh the Ooveiawoat is sbonv to repair at Krtrery JTsty tard, will be mt.t to swfteer Mnt aflat the stetMetis. MOTEL ARRIVALS MeirnpoRto ft, B. Dstts, A T. Stevetii, M llllsm R, Griffiths, and .Isms S. KhowTes Sw Tcrk: K. n. Thorn, Baltimore; B. fl. Hirt, Atlanta, Oa. ,Vntirmn--A. R. Csavpben, Wert Vlr gints t Vf. R. leaehe mm& rterbrook, ?Cew Tfrk; ,1. van Smvovaw, .?. Jnmrtyt. . Johns, Sew fork; P. It'. Eatert, Montana. mtrtr-G. R. Iteadriefc. Keaavtk W. Va.; R. MerorBfmte, R. 11 Hetstaw, New fork, Henry Tnhhe, Klrkwood, III. HiffifJdbn It. Ms son. Miss LaWa Msson, Mtm Reta ttsxon, 9t. lmlst U J. Shannon, Camden, S. O ; Robert Aldrtch, tlauniwell, S. U. ArHngfHC. H. Osmp, )hthulelpbts; D. W. Brown, T. M. Mclean, Fergus Falls, Minn.; Max berhere, Parts, France. 5orssmn Mrs (). C. It. Da Sent, Xew Toik; T. Ie, rtnrlnnsti; J. Peterson, Loekporti N. V. A'ermfinrffe W. J.Sewell, Xew .lersey; I). E. Parsons. Jr., Bhaln, .Vis.; A. R. Min tnger, Annlston, Ala. TbWK W. fetaml, llophtftsvltle, Ky.;.l. !. Monk sM wife, CMcatro; A. I, ftoner-co-T. Dsston, Utito; (teorte Sperrv, Ann Arbor, Mich.; J. II. R. Wellington, lomloo, Kcftlsod; If. J. Sbsrp, Toroate: A. Imt, Rochester, N. Tj (w,r)ro P. Pcttlt, Toubks town, Ohio; J. N. Vnnw, Urenaits, Miss. Imperial John Carroll, Oeorire Csrroll, '.ewlotoa. Me,; ffllllsm V,'. Xowell, Tork Harbor, Me. Itntrl Jhion William Shee, Dallas, Texas; Vf. J. Althsus smt .1. F. K)hre woth of at lmls ami Chsr tes II. Dsvlt n( New York. PERSONAL. 3Ir. J. K. Jones of tli Sktr stalf re tutntd to-day from bis vacation trip to Canada. Hon. James It. Stephenson of South Carolina Is In the dty on a visit to his nephew, Harry G. Osborne of the Indian Office. Mr. James Croggtns, of the Stvtr re portorlal staff, has left the city on a week's trip to lloston. Oulda has abandoned the beautiful villa of Scandlcel, where she hasllvol for many years ami dope much of her best work, for Florence, where xlm ic curies the first floor of a spaciout o!d palace. I'rofesnor Hindi, a Chicago chemist, st sort that lit lms discovered n pror-ets by which be run extract alundnirn from (u.mort -ly at a cost of tifieea rents or ! for tstli poucd. .Vlumiauui at present costs fl per pound. Miss StaiTord, an old Isdy of Cottace City, Martha's Vineyard, who has In her possession the first flag of stars and stripes (given to Paul Jones) ever raised In America, will take the emblem to Boston, where It will be seen In the Q. A. It. parade next Tuesday. Will Mrs Stanley read simultane ously four copies of Ituskln by the light of seventeen silver candlesticks, ami will Mr. Stanley help himself to a cigar from twenty-three cigar eases, or put sugar lu bis coifee with twenty-seven pairs of sugar tongs. I'ari Edition JUr,iU. Edward Trensch. who kept a little hlewalk stand in Chicago, dropped dead a few days ago. The attendants at the morgue were somewhat aston ished when preparing the body for burial to Ami sewn In the underclothing the sum of over f-i.UOQ and a deed for the bouse in which tie llvt-d A reporter who tried to interview Ad miral Watson of the Knglith iUg ship Bellerophon, oa the Bearing Sea ques tion, had to be eoateat with the follow inz opinion of lb Ameriean girl: "I think she is tip-top. I am not doinir; any flirting at my time of life, but I think she would be aa awfully nice glrilorllrt with." AMUSEMENTS. Cleveland' CaBiollituteU JllmtreU. Cleveland's CoasoUdated Miaatrete begins a three nights ami one matinee eagagemeat at Liaeola Musi Hall o Thursday next. He has secured all of the very highest grade artists ia the miaetrel aad novelty Has, awl the osgaaiaalioa Is one of Heat atreaaih aad popularity, coataiaiag &f it does many of the greatest miaetrel celebrities of the pretest time. Amoeg the draw tan cards ha aa aouace may be enumerated BUly Em erson, tiubey twuffaerty. Baiaey Pagan, Luke aVaook-faft. UrUBa sad Marks, yields aad Uaaeoa, Sigaor Bun detto, the marvelous male soprsao, all well kaowu names te miastrelsy. The famous t'ragg family, the woadarful acrobatic artists, are another feature of this great show. The family hi kaowa Uisoufraoot the prefetasoaal world. aora athletes aad pWosmtaf toaat that ao other tsoapa has ever had the haidi boos! to attempt. bovrsi loas Jaaad IJsem pbj, iaaBaaaaaC A taaattMaUMal ttis AiMt l-ftf I'Mafc 94- Aal a)fcaaias(fBM4 vf f aatttaaaaaaaaat aaas Ml ftaV ail ifWIalatt aaaafl """""i UUaaai gi uMaa aFraaapa aaaaa enamaaaaTBBfea"saai aapir a PalaW I tgefx baaaUraL aaal JgataaaV UUF tfg'glggM aaaa aarpp ajaimmiajwj aV naflfj "smapar paBnr maaT MsriasT imra " Aa esiasV aast taassk she sFaaTam( saFarj aaaar ai pasa? sapaesae w 4JP ajaaaa- agBBBaa aailt aaaaaBaaaaBal laaW flffaaalfaaaBaV taaM flf 4Maaal aMaat JUW aatepiiai llaaf IpJatta $ aa eaal eaaaaanflal WaeaaaVrWaUl Isafaalral aaaaaat lafaaaattiilaV "iaMal Mi ValtaWtt tt lallaaaMiaaal ImMaal ft! Wa aSfJalM M MH 0feaaa Taaaaaf aaaAa tkjn. HMlldsakg aaJilaaa aaaaafe eeaaa,p aamaai naaat 'aaaaaeav eap ajaav naaaiaiB Hhwg aaist MiMalMMl iNrf aftUtal W Mftt ttaft M Ugk afcMf&4 ti taalf lb. inaaalM samrakaasa w wpv -" aae eaaer rajapeajp aav VPaaaaa Lose whispered bach, --Sag, kaff aMr 7la( aMaaaMai e)alam 1JanawnattMaBnaaaaat aaaaa fkaaT aaaa Jaaaaaaa. aUaaas eaaaaaaal laaaaf aaaaaaaV ajaajy saaaaaa vnsae paeaari aarar aaaaaav wer "sjaaasaav mgovsr. Tbeir ruses bloomed, iluox cup shmt boat JOHN BOYLE O'REILLY, j svmik nm of the Df sTtiflbisftro nut, tmroit ao poet. i as AHmftfj wi Tts cttr mtttv of firs Rm la A I Uostoh, Aug. 11. Joha Boyle O'HeUTy, the distinguish! Irish pel, pmttot and athlete, died very suddenly yuretday morning at his summer home hi CohawRtt. His wife discovered him at 8 o'f lork sitting in his rooni snviR lt. He comrdsliml thea of being very lepy, and a moment later lay don on a sofa, falling at once lino a deep SWRp llh labored breathing, however, alsmred his wife, and after time she summoned a physMart. Ills arrlvsl, hnwever, waa rVlinwd by death, Mr. O'Reilly never once romdng frirm his sinror. Mr. O'Reilly was troubled with In somnia, and It la thouarht he may hve taken something, probably chloral, to Induce sleep, though no evidence of streh a thing Is at bawl. The attending physician thinks it was a ca of hMrt failure. A ltsr Heritor, Me , special lo the OIr says that Cardinal (Stbbons, on being Informed of John lloyle O'Reilly's dcatfi, said "It is a public calsmlty. Not only loss to the country, but to the Church and humanity In getters!." Turning awsy, he sddtd "Irs a great lots; a great loss." Archbishop Rynn scented greatly shocked, ami said: "Humanity can ill spare such a man as John lloyle O'Reilly from its foremost ranks. It Is, Indeed, a painful surprise." Secretary Illnlne seemed painfully surprised to hear of the death, but made no comment. The unexpected death of John Doyle O'Reilly cuts short the life of a tuna whom the generation just coming for ward knows a "brilliant" such is the accepted term poet ami editor, but who was known lo a preceding genera tion ns a much lietter patriot and exile. Hut Mr. O'Reilly was no Indifferent poet. Horn In 1944, In County Mcath, lie was naturally too young to Join tbe Younn Ireland party, but at 18 wiw old enough to enlist In the Fenian move ment. In that year he joined the Tenth Hus sars, and set attout spreading republi can principles In the E'urllsli Army. In ISO 1 he wns arrested, tried for high treason and sentenced to life Imprison ment, a sentence afterward commuted to twenty years' imprisonment. After successive periods of confinement at Chatham, t'ottsmouth, Portland and Partmoor. lie waa sent to Australia la Jfovetnber, lbfl7, and In February, lHW, absconded The story of this daring and romantic escape has often been told. Mr. O'Reilly was picked up by an American wlmllug baik trom an open boat and lsndtd in Philadelphia nine months after he bad elude 1 his guirds. In the next Year be became editor and proprietor or the Host in I'llut, m. I, in this employment, his talents found scope. The lltenry world of lloitou qulcklv adopted him. In 1471) be whs elected president of the I'm pyrin Club, and. In 1891, Mr. Longfellow preside! at a banquet in his honor. He adopted Democracy as his creed, and was a vigorous nvhter, but never narrow In bis views; his powers of speaking made him an acceptable orator to bis party, as well as a good lecturer. He was not frequently seen, however, in either capsclty. His social and athletic prowess were both well known. While his poetry aud other literary productions were works of talent rather thau of genius, they were always spirited, msoly, aud correct, they .showed insight and sympathy and con tained a good deal ot knowledge of the world and its odd corners, though they sometimes were too exuberant His commemoration ode at the dedication of the mooumeul to the Pilgrim Fathers was widely praised. He was a man whom everybody liked, thought well of, and made much of. and he will be missed. He had a host of friends la this city, where he lectured recently, who re garded him its the greatest leader and most brilliant mlud among the Irish race In America. They were Inex pressibly shocked by the news of his sudden death. Ills journal was exten sively lead here ami waa takes aa a criterion oa matters of Irish policy. It is probable that some organized effort will be made by bis many friewU lo teatify ia aa appropriate manner their respect for but memory. -mi I'" iS in i THE KEMMLER BLUNDER. A l'urrefMiHleEit Who ISellev&t that belessa blitmlit He itaMtruluetl Kditut Vritie: Governor Ilili is re ported as being satisoed with the law of capital punishment by electricity. That as well enough aa to the theory. Bat nevertheless the great blunder ia the matter was la cbaajriaa: tbe method of punishment before art had auppte weated sckaca with machinery per fectly adapted to the parfurioaace of Ota work. Ileowniag is thought lo be a pnlnhaM death, after the first shock, aad so, pos sibly, death by chloroform; but what would be thought of the Legislature that would direct the punishment or death by such aiaaaa, leavU the man aat aad method of it la the executiuuar la death by the rope or the ase the sheriff is sjoaa respoasiUe, aud ha re mdrts ao scieatUe aid to deteratiaa the adaasatma of the mesas to the aasL But by elettrictty the maeabsasr aa yet it appears re'iuires a aitatbar of ijssaii wao must au act la coacart thair several parts. Uatil the au ehiary could have beea placed under the perfect control of the executioaer, lave btw should aot have takaa effect. We are aaviag too much aciaastftc eraa wgsaiauoa not aeawaaea oy we people. You uta usubliib aaythlag aastadaaa be sciaaecaans the Yaaiaee Paata this last word, which I do aot UAil M A llil til i I fiABaaat. ICOaaaal aafjs Sana sBBavaareaaai spr ts aMaMf aaaMMM ) WtjtaaNHW attV aaMftlaMaV &M JftM iefaal aaaaaaaaV Ofi Ifaaaaaaaaatt aatt aaaf aaaaaaU y v aaBaaf ar mm "PRP P Wm H attMp( Ma ifttittl iflaf MaantWi Wama aahlm UftiU aaiaaaW aaaaaaL aaTiaaaaaatV aaaaaaaaakei av a saiaavaF pej bsj v4p,p wf aad eh says, "ti practise aa yoar sister-" aafcataaafeaaaVaC Hitf VaaaaaaaaT aaaaA SaaVaV f,tm (J., yc. Umit giiwWr The slot ssacahM, whatm baa aaoaatiy kvd such rua ia aM casca peuay acasatfa. was kwa ai uojul k k aaassassa m eaaflap saaaar s"- e gagpaViBi uaaturha aaaore Mm opeaJag of She CbriatisA era. Haro of AWiaa- 4ri. wao lived 3af jmajH bafoas tha Heat of Ckriat. li'icnUmi oaa uaed tn du aaeaaasaahm of hkolv amiac. Acuta otoTSSaiaitogfaaraahala nee oaeaed a eaAcaamJch necmlaiad fe diops ol thai ptatHytog hsuhito "" tmm mnm rsKiltmn ehmrs Mail the OlVtl Settles Chief Hvll Servlee Examiner Web sterhas rrersred an InterestlniT stat, ment fhowlBt the education of persons exsmined In the different branches of the departmental service from January 1, 1 Wt. to Jmve 3W, 1880. Doting that period 13 i57 persons took the examiaa wrn. of which nrrmbr W,9M, or mire Ihan M ptr rent , were educated In the pwhlb. chools, 4.844, or 11 per rent., were educated In colleges, and 2,158, or re than 1 per cent , were educated In brrslftess college. The nttmher who peased tlwexamlns tlons segrtfrsted 37.7SW: that Is to sir 22, MCI who were educated In lire public scrrnora, or more than 89 par cent. 3,408 were educated In eol!es, or more than 12J per cent , ami 1,141 were educated In business college, alnvit ft 1 5 per cent. Imtlne the last two months of the fWal yaar ending .InneiW, 1890, 2,iPW perons were examined for the Postal Railway i-rvlre, of which 1 .877, or 7 per cent, were educated In the jnldie schools, 889 or 18 per cent. In colle to and 1IT7, less than 9 per cent., In bud ness colleges. The Hallway Mall !ervlce was not classified until May 1 , 1889. NEWS" FROM ABROAD. THE PEOPLE NOT ENAMORED WITH THE BRITISH POLICY, Which Miihe That (Jmintrj n T,1I to Uorninnj'n Kite The ttlpattlte Alllnnee Wnnk, Lomoon, Aug. 11. Now that' such excitement as nttemleil the occasion has subsided with the departure for Heligo land of the Kmperor WIIIIaiu, It is seen tbnt the festivities which made his visit to England notable have been Almost entirely of an olllclsl character. Nothing In the way of hearty llrltlsh popular demon stration has occurred to Indicate that tlio people are In any way ennmored with the policy which has bad for Its chief result the attaching of an Kngllsh tall to the Teutonic kite. Shrewd observers of Kuropean poli tics have not hesitated to assert that the sudden iffuslveness of the German Km peror suggests AN OM1NOCS WKAKKNIMI In the always brittle bonds which have kept together the strangely assorted parties to the tripartite alliance. They see or profess to see, a rich, defiant and self-reliant France and tin obstinate, determined and aegresslro Russia united by those strongest of all ties mutual danger and mutusl self-Interest opposed to n alliance made up, under the Oeriusn whip, of Italy whose people loathe their old lime titU masters, and the Austrian, who in tholi turn mortnlly detest the compierofi or Bednwa. Having cast this luiroif nv the adverse critic plaudbly argiid fr mi Its nvelsllons tlmt the uermsn ruler courts the Knglinh only to ue ton na tion ss a possible stopper of sp whl.-U may threaten Ids rematkable orTuuslva and defensive combination. lIUtTISIt RAtr.HOM) STHIKKS. Numerous meetings of railroad oai ploycs which were yesterday held In jtndnn and the provincial centres indi cate that many other roads will soon become Involved In the great strmrsle which is at present confined to the roads of the Welsh system. This mosict has cheered the strikers In Wales snd Inspired them with hope for a successful Issue to their troubles. fl.CXiOKll an oi.u wott v. Dr. Necolaldes, a llorlln reporter of a Greek newspaper, yesterday fatatlv flogged an old woman who occupied the apartments Immediately above him. The Doctor became Incensed at the woman for disturbing bis rest. ITALIAN MMTERS. The Italian Government Is greatly re iolred at the defeat yesterday of the Radical (Barzllal)candidate for Deputy, by Antonelll. The Italian Government has ordered the cessation of emigration from Italy to the countries of South America. In the valleys of tbe Ohm and Lahn crops have been destroyed owing to hail storms and heavy floods. DBTKUCT1 K riRBS. Information bas heea received at Vi enna to tbe effect that the Hungarian towas of I'uspak. Ladany and list van have been partially destroyed by fire. Oae hundred aad eighty dwellings were burned aad eight lives were lost. Turn About I Fair i'Uy, Gi.aw.ow, Aug. 11. The Iron market is active aad excited. Scotch warrants have advanced from 17s. l(Hd. to IS, lid. oa a rumor that aa American syn dicate intend to buy up the warrants. CitUHlou to llmtou. The B. A O. Hsilroad Coaspaay will wit exearstew tkkvts to Bostoa, August to ia bwlusive, valid for retura passige uutll August 30 iecliulva Parties ileslruig U ik tu eaa ham the return limit extended, aatil Septum her a) Its )Mwitiag llis rturu foitUm of Ukstr ticket- with the joint agent of the tarauesl roads M Boston. The ttx-c-utsbm rates from WasMagtoa to B.tea sad return will tie u fulww: Via Nw Task swi Hctuul lias ties amis. $taJeV; via all rail la bate direetloa, $11. Ml Airtvl ibv flaiw.- T he Commits fame ra have aptHioved the plans submitted by Bwlhflag la spaeaor Eat wis to far the aew cotead High School building oa M street, for which there was aa appropriaiioa of f79,U(a). The Purest Articles kaovo to uaalaal seieace ase a4 ia yseasrtag Head's Hrsstarttla. BeetT ta gMsalsat is easeruliy ssieeted. nersonsllj sa aatiaad aad oairtae best retsiaed. The medietas is (waaased aaaartaesuaervaaoa of taosoagaly nnssnust aaarauwtou, aad everr ste is the aroeess of asmirsntms is eatsluUr wau-iuid with a view to soiumg m atuud's aassaaastlla the east nftMjhi ratals U et saetawed tur a coataOiATios, tuo ruBtwa sad PBnraag aaeaaar u, Baud's asrssfrtHe. kaawm to ao other smdii-laa. aad uf waa-b the t oil awdhiwai isa vl aN Uw jagreaasii' ud b rxaied. it has wet aa wag la the lesdiad tdava aaaeia moitimnes tef Us ova letdasic, nadUtmiwd nerit, 4Mi kas rear lagar sale ibsa any uther umlar prewtrstiua 'tasasiy Vaaae' Kaitarfssiee -Bat tag asaa m the dsag ad mmnu sseds utae Imamess over Utisty year ia Bsltiataa, I weak amis saanrWums wees 1 uj Buuda aamicaawais tas east JUias Wuoii iao4i uiae 1 ea kaas. aad avr em Mamm wwak el u la tbe aigaast tesaw." Vsssulm iegtue d hVKaadt BaUwaosn. o. Hood s Sarsaparilla kvld ty tm antaCUn i -ix :.. i . "r ljiU i.l i L C I HooU A i-O L.t M.. 1 Aatt h JsaUaf GRAND DISPLAY OP FINE SHOES AT Wilson & Carr's NEW SHOE STORE, No, 929 F St. N. W. Pine Shoes for Ladies. Pine Shoes for Mlses. Firm Shoes for Children. Fine Shoes fivr Oentlemen. Pine Shoes for Hoys. All Style of Fancy Slipper. All Colors Made to Match Dnaanat WILSON & CARR'S New Shoo Store, jro. t i' NTttr.irr x. Washington, I). C. '., Worth aThought. It is safe to assert that there isn't a day passes but hundreds ol dollars, to say the least, are expended in this city for furniture and house decorations. If not expended judiciously, then poorly spent, and if not disbursed in the light of all possible economy then not expended judiciously. The papers contain daily coun sel of the best prudence, and this house is among the rest in "saving suggestions." But it takes much and fre quent argument to influence some minds and often the most forcible kind of logic. Yet sometimes a gentle hint will kindle productive re flection, and that is the hint we here aim to impart. Worth a thought? Yes, it is worth a long, large thought that whether you are buying strictly season able goods, such as Baby Carriages, Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Bed Cano pies, Lace Curtains, Gauze Hangings, &c, or whether jou would be induced to invest in Furniture, Car pets, Rugs, Tapestries, Por tieres and so forth and so on, provided there were ample considerations of prices. We wish to stamp indelibly upon your mind the fact that as ample as is our spacious store we are are equally ready to extend to the wise and lar-seeing investor of cash considera tions of price just as ample and abundant. All this means that we are selling goods very cheap. Isn't this worth a thought ? JULIUS LMSBURGH, Thirteenth auil Y Nireets. Dkectsrf ef Lawyers aid Law Firms. 1AM BELL CARRIXOTON, ATTOHinrY-AT LAW, & attest aostawest, WssMa(Haa,B.a. Webster Law BeiUiac. Bnetdiman, ana B sstast aartawmt. Tt70OBatmV WBBBUHt! " AWOsrNBY-AT-LAW. m ""loSUL4 '" CtJg'-tl'a4" " PtaeHass ia tas Coasts of tfts UMlrtsl aad el rsmceaaatae'sOiMiatT.aL adfJEUi s F. PHILLIPS. J. fl. ZAOKKY P. S. McKBMMBY. PHtLLire, XACtTMY MsKBNSfBT. Atteweys at Law. aWBebdiag,r. JsaT-dJtstf A TONIC. Horsford's Acid Phosphate. t IftUA 9&aaaajaaaat SJaVi flhttM0ttaBaVas MaaVS aaHli aWaMhttaMP Jet MaaatCeaafcti Matt aaVVaflBflyMS 4aaW aaaWal aWMB UMl lataaaT aflMaaataaf MMaWMt flaaWaaV jbJ yV UhA tttliSMU aVaaat aalfbfltklHi Br H. K. ehvaa. 6aaaa at T.. aaaas ! taM BaKMTd fl 4Ma1 lEMJaW fcaT Hae aaaaiS aad assvCyUa; taaaaaea.- Yf i . atadasaa. Vast aaetalaaafa, s. "iaat serve toaic 1 eves asad ' live i yrjprtyy CatBatKAI. W4MtKi. g.geisaass, 1-1. BaMaaaaBIt flat ahaaaiaalaaalllal aala4 faeaVafteMBraaaMs' "Mat tfUBV tla aMNl MfM&Btitfo taaal tataaaaat fcM OtaWW M VaW reaUlaaaik. aBBaaBaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaai MgRQN 4 RAMEY, so. urn V sTBXBT X.'W . OPflCB O WOOBWAWB A WrTlUW, OBrnw nth aod PstS. w, Thursday, July 3i 189 5. Store closes this erlfiifig at 5 p m. Saturd&ys at 1 p in. We liRve just reaoived 5, coo more Lace PSns and will offer them at tlmt lew price of 5c each. Ladies' New Blazers, tar Sits Our assortment of these goods is very complete. In Blazers we are show ing cream with dainty brown stripes. This is without ex ception the dressiest pattern we have ever shown; also new blues and blocks. In Vssssr SMrts we are showtnx plath White boora, plaited aad embroidered, hi Pennies. Exceedingly choice line o it terns. 31.S&, ft .to and tt.TS eaeh. irew London Vests te rres, Msrsetltes, Flannels and Faney Cloths in very hand M)oe ratterns, St.W, -1.90, Ss ami J9 eaeh, Thtrtl door. KV alNOHAMS AND OUTINd CL0TH8. We have Jest received the followinut 9, ceo ysnts Dark Glnahams,ln new Ueden. InclmllDK the celebrated Tartan Plaids, for fall wear. We. tr yard. 5,0 ysrd Flaanettes or t'rlateil Oatfflg Cloths, In over lxty debn, exeeedtetrly wide raniw ot colorings, lOo. ter yard, Second door. I1KD-WKAR DKPArtTMKNT.-We have Jnt received the foltovrln rpolai vnlne! ,f9 EliEht-quarter traWeaehed CMtton lied Sheets. Only Wo. each, as talr HeBwtltohed Linen sheets,! byt yards. Only Jd tier tlr. Colored Twn ltllew fhsms. Only atte. porpelr. ltenMtltchet Linen rillow Oases, Mi by M 31.75 snd per lr. ireeowt door. Window Shades Only a postal card from you and we will send a man to take an estimate of your windows. Every shade we make and hang we guarantee to keep in perfect order for one year. Scotch Holland, Hartshorn Roller and Clasp. Fourth floor. WOODWARD & LOTHROP', Corner lllli ami P Sts.N. W. jjuiv ronr.tOATio.Ns. HARPERS' MAGAZINE. August. ILLUSTRATED" ARTICLES. Impressions of Berlin. I)y Tarenoaa Child. With Ilhwtratloas by T. pa Tmuuvhci- sad Ckahlss Msnts. Magellan and the Pacific. By Bdwahu Evshbvt Hii.k. With lllastra tioas from old Prints aad frees a drawtex by A.K.Wai'0. Plantln-Moretus. By Oevsvu ncaH. WUh IlhMtraUeas f reat pbotoarspbi by J. Maw, Aatwery. Street Life in India By Euwakb loan Waaiu. With llhHtrattoas drawn by the author. INTERKTING PAPERS, Custer's Last Battle. By Carain Chablbs Kiss, With Usa. A Convent at Rome. By Dr. Fkamcis Paskman. Some Geology of Chicago and Vicinity, By Kusn B. BAStta. ENTERTAINING FICTION. Port Tarascon; The tat Advsataresof the Ittastsiaas Tas Urta. By Auanass llseaae. Trsnshiliirl by Hsaar Jambs. ITasSit Iwtlslrwsati) With lUaslsattoas isass dtawhta ay liTBBMa, Bass aad Xeavaser. The Uncle of an Angel. A liBBir yoveiletla. By Thomas A. Jsa visa. With IttBstMtioas asawa by W. T. Lizzie Brubaker. dpaSaw a -al BpapSWapaB1 ilanVsBVsv FPff litaattaalfcaaaf alnHW aMT JaJMlBaf aaaaJMaHljs A Walk Up the Ayanue. 4aV 8atOtT Uf Hf1 PfTat aaUitalaaaW BaVNak The Bathley Affair. ABtorr- Bf Lucv c. Luwa. POETRY. The World is Tg? With Us. Much Aacavat. arwaws Tf aa Appk Trjjt 4HQbbbbb1 . Mat COAMtt KlMaaaaOC. Baa n aapaara BaaaaBaraf Aa ImpreaifiiaMi. elV aUaMaW ajaf Mg Htjaft li WlWflT Tim Uatler Ufa WXwarL Afaaav By Jia,TAas. Saieial PrecadataaMu aaaBBBaflpa" prBBsar aa1 Wm Ke Oajtaoa mm VajMBjHBj ww aaaBV aaarejBHBBB Fljflfliriil FatHM "af flaffi easPaaaasaeRr afaayw fbf'j "TaarwBiBa.ja'- ttiloi cai-BfGaara Vaass casus, tvaaevua Bv wflHass Baaa BaenUs. Tea u aawaa-at Ckailas Oudler Waruer. HARPER & BROTHER, HMtreATiewAu MlUOlsT AOAWltT, out or lira mbt m MR? jrw,Am. A tnWhtvWt'h IMfMnHNws pTrW-flliWI Iwolli 0M III ftfcfHWi IPrWnrftJJB ft'SWe iaWp6 Him At t1WBWv9 TAlwifaVtfllWTit Ry1av1SftfrWas snd 11 TllWWIT AOAfttM?. ..., ...l!ilflBl ntTtts Tta W ABTtWrWrn A?tt Hit vttnmrrt, o.w.e.t.Bt, jyj it AiirBrrs scflrwt, idr 01 aw. cactWflfpnSi ctjiwi. Kstabttstwd tu Mtft. Pwpartn ret enlteee. travel ami hetae. The laathed try wldeh the Mental fsealtles ste edeeated wttt he feead In the eenmt edition M Miss AtfcenN pam phlet en "Ceneeetrated Attwittnn," new ready, for sale at Hrenteno's, 5 UMsn SSrware, New fork. vy bslkyAs acabbjiy, Wllbrabam, Mass. Ose ef the hftlf-deaen best aemlenita and elftMlenl seheets In Xew Bnehtnd. The par went ef 161 In adrenee will eeTer ordliwry tnltlon, with tieanl, fee ftdl terra, bealnnle AUGUST ST. 8end for eataleeee lo RBV. CI. M. amtriLE, rrlnelpat. TtriiAiiviiihisTnBOLoaiaAL scnooL, Moadvtlle, fa. Educates for tlwCbrfctlan Ministry, noera tent ami tnltlon free. An entraneo tee of (S3 tor rm, heal and ears of room. All expenses moderate. Terra beetns SEiTBMDKK SO. Address ItBV. A.' A. MVKRMORB, D. U., rrsstdmt. Mendvllle, Pa. TOSEMAHYHALL. IlOAltDlhO AND DAY SCHOOL FOR youso iDiag, WaUtetrford, Ooan. Aesdftnle asd yreearatory eeerses. Frlnelpals.MlSd LANSING ami MI8 IIUUTZ KKES. ChrlstsMt term beaias OCTOBRtl 2. For ealaliiffee address HOSKMAIIY HALL. -VXrOItD (OWte) COLLBOU FOR YOUNO LADlMr, Ojford, 0M. Ftimses UlasshMl ami MaUfaliK febool. attsehero,taltwdeU. Tbe Atasa Mater of Mrs. rretWust Ilarrisen. Ooaervatfy ot Miisle Rnd Art. Kuropean Vsoatkm par ties. MXV. FAYB WALKUIt, I'rssWsMt. pBNTLBY SCHOOL OR OY8, ost Msdisoa ave., near aath ., New Yerk City. Heepeas at above address OOTOBSlt 1, 1W. Wtlrtas) Jsees, A. B. (Harvard), Prln elpal. Address eatll Septesiber Kes'lSs, Far Iteekavrsy, L. I. TANDBHD1LT UN1VBB81TY, Nashville. Tsaa. Tea FeitewsUr, two sasb, with free tui tion, efea ta graeaates wtsahtR ta paesas btgbsr eeerses. Agrees W1U wlLUAMSi Sswetary. -(AMIlHirXJK 4CH yj a MAROAHET WJNTIIItOF HALL, Oaaiteidae, Mass. BBflhsh, CUieal aad Blsetive (Wkm far Otils. IHwae eeferts sad iseial suHlyattea. UaiMlaEaBd taraMare New. NeerewdbV, ApaUsasts BMtt be over K. Address il, ARTHUR OILMAN, Caariwidta, Mess. OT. LUKE'S SCHOOL, Basttstaa, Bear PUtsdaieate. Pa. A biatt-elass sehaol. BS8ptiaaaliy bsHh falleeaiioa. DeBgbtial mrroBBiHnpii. Deiag seed wsk. Prsaan ar say aortas er basl aass. Bays seat this ysarta Yale, Harvard aadPrissstsB. aaassal ease efyaaaaer hoys. CBABLaa H. STBOUT, Wnsseil. T tWDBK SBiltKAm-, Ustta.Fa. A sehaai far yaaad aaai aad yaaas at Utlaa, I,-i aa) sitr Oaaasr, Ba. arth yaar. A U the ef atewsrs vaty -yv r BLU OOtMsQg saw WttUflat. Aaresa, Oayaaa Lake. V. Y. Miaaaatas af aeSWa KdttaV Aaaja WAf JBASA fittfiit- UUMaJHf MMM. IA. aaaW. m& seaaaaHPB aaajaB1 p m mm m far taiaftaMa, a. t Pttaataa. a- a.. aBwaaaaawaaVata. lata adYasaT Mam. B.VOiB.A, ,a-a. Maatav. uiAjMiuut acaaaL QftfUUUM M BaflBfiP'alaaoT aweaaaisasB' apBaBeaw" AslW aatHh K.H. adacsaa tas ssaslaWat ut PRO 8. B-BAXWd.. Maltt flBBaBBaaaWtBaaMat Maaaaaflal HataaJaaHaalaK aaWfeliWaMiBBt uaaM: MAVaaMftf aUMaaaai Sltf faAAtMs btdlaUM taWMfia s IWM ooBinunces tu tb n.4rlxT 1 lo-uu. Ilojj ibucuuiftl AWUfaAMKTS. WAIT TUB HIU CITY SUOV. Lincoln Music Hall. W. t. CtBVEI.ASD L-Meean.t Mpa t THStB SIGHTS ai SATURDAY MAIINl.i.. s5SSAr- AU6, 14, 15, 16, SATURDAY, nUI" ' Tl ,UI ,U TUB OTO ANTIC MtNSTRBL TRl 8i. HLEVELAND'S I J Consolidated MINSTRELU Thelareest. erandest, nnt rntivm, - eavwerise on earth, rontstnioe more n f . ' eefehfltfes, more hirt aiariei art, most expensive snd sotjrntii r-ui" n rtehest and most tlaborsfe tee se-i asnref nesfeanfeatntwi. more efri 1 m ties thsnsTiy tee miners! ilm , iw 1 THBmetiest Salaried rrlnceofMlNsr! Cf- BILLT BMBR90N, BsrneyFsfsn, Hnshey nonehr ty. Lnke Sehoolemft, Rarmont -hWt FMdsnd tlanem, GrtlBn and Msrin SrHClAL IMPORTATIONS. The xronderfnl ttstlsn soprano, ff jni .3 Conservatory of Mu1 Milan, SIONOR HENKORTTO. Wonderfnl Acrobstle MarTCl, 'TIIR CKAGOS, Rrltlsh Oentlenx-n Acrobats Seenre SastsNow. Avoid Dissppoln'ratnt. 9ents on ssle at Droop's musio store, 0 Pa. ae. n. w 5 Vf. O. Metcerott & a , ItiO Ft,:ll. F. Miller's, Ml ISth t ,and nt l'a-eolnMntlelUllbox-odleefromOa m. to tun, ni. Prices SB, 80, 75c., It. uall.c A LRAUOIfS ORAND OPERA HOtSB. TONIOHT AT S. Alo Tnesday and Wednefdny KvemnK'; Speelal Mstlnee Wedneday. FIRST OF THE SEASON I The World's f'lroi e. GEO. WILSON'S INSTRELS GREATER TITAN KVKR. OUR MILITARY FIRST TART. "SKCOND 8KRIES KIRMXS9," Including the Orest Oypsy Dnn -c. HUH T. SMITH'S Latent and Greatest Snccets, "SWINOINO IN TUB OHAPBVINE SWINo ' rrudacwl with Hoautlftil CotnmosBiid SPECIAt, 8CRNIC EFFECTS. Referred Seats Slnnd' , Adtnlwlon Masndla anr.:t ' NEW WASHINGTON THEATRK.11TIIST TO-NianT-GRAJID OPHNING-TO NlnIIY 2 Two Big Shows 2 No Advance. One Ticket fur All. TllOAJI'STll' CONSOLIDATION AND Great Garden Show. Matinees Tuesday, Ihnnday .mil S.itunU; antt.St rpitOTTl.a AND PAflNU R tiiH. UKNSISOS, TUESDAY. AUGl'ST I.. OVLUCK PRBB PAY. NoCbshK forAilllpn oiic- tlsnaV.- CbaraeCM's Bsuludvu First I'se,t!t3 Class I Kit I ; Beeond Raee, MO Class -t Knfi s Third Rsoe. l'scers JEnn,r: The best tr4tlBK and paclnKhor -i tn ' ' DUtriet will eempeta. 'lTsio leavo u.xr. (lepotis.io ami x i, T he HEOLIHN. Is tbe Gra. ot All Musical InstraravEta IMean it nerforaisaiiy mnslo .roEo a waits or a liallad to nn OTsrtare or a symphony more beautifully and more nearly perfect than any other slntfo Inst n neat. Tbe A soils a Is net Mechanical, 1 at the maBlpelatloH of It Is to simple that a rcrson eanlesrn to play It with from one tothrco weeks' praetiee. Yoar visit to sea th'3ln stnmsnt will be esteemed a f avur at E. F. DROOP'S, X PA. AVB., fete Aseat for SteiNway and Other First Chxs llano and Oraasa. BXOUUSIOMS. BAY RIDGE, ON THE CIIK3APEAKE OPElSf JUNE 'V, Natal Academy Band. FINBST MEALS. WNBaT ATTHACTION, KYEHYTHIXfl THE BBhT. Trsias laeve B. Jt O. Depot, wssk days, 0.1" a. m., 1.M ad 1 -Ma. m. Seadayt. tfSSa. m , ISO aad 1.1 p m Laave Bay Bfclfl". waak days, 8 30 asd 8 JO a.B). eiiaasri. I aad g m p. m. RmumI Trip Tiekeis 11.00 i. T- ODKLL, General Minw;. r (MXS.O. SC'ILL, Uaal Fsissessr Ag-. t. iMf SUMMISK KKfcOKTd. LONG BRANCH. WEST END HOTEL. Cottages and Restaurant. Parlur eoacarts swry moro'iig ar ;" TO o-osoas. aaa aaaaay cveaina- ..uutr'., ai. ;c ., ;aauay jtesi tlipi's t<kM Orchestra, TaMa dM aad Bastaorarst a- tr , -edaad tu ae tea eal of say 1" ui out, ... M ,v B.K. W. B. BILDKBTH. Grand "Union Hotel, Saratoga Springs, Vadar tas ey ansgement, i Qi en rt.9 OCTOBER 1. QWm ADA, Mmutftr SIG1MJ1 SP8IHGS, I. Y. Hotel Earlington, Bar luuiiij xul. - res tea iNMBBlUUl., Oimfl A MXUBU at BAItLS. Qariwr xid 1 M TR5MPHR HOUSE, CATaaiU. WL Hi iiw bi.-la ilta lu fa li ic I 1 c. JittS-! Ii 1!. II 1 '.SB' t I ' i.-j U. uut '" WOunc ou i jfcJ muij. Mafic t.U. (tSS Ui U il II 0 .1 J X OJ vx.1 ihc a4. lor lUUUJ Wasbdiitvii U. .