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THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 18H0.
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Ylf AtiEKP KOOTtSM.
1 iWteCmttvtly comrllnifntry re
Mar e starts constrained to malw in
!! issue of Tur Critic In reference
to Ilw Hon. Benjamin Franklin Utlkt
nm, HcimA Oomtrtroller of i!m Trsj
yrtf, we Intended to please not to offend
itf Attempted to do him Justice, and,
in the attestipt, destgnatsxt him m "Our
Hanaajre,'' for the good reaon thnt he
jwemcd to us to be something of every
Isttasr t he stuffed with a little bit of
every great qitalifrcailnn neeetMr y to
nan of universal jrenlu But we hare
reason to believe that Mr. Gilheson lias
construed our language Into an offense,
a fact that wt regret ami thai affllcta m
Eerhraaty, plunging; as into a Howl of
almost poignant grief. And, lndeel,
vrc are inclined to believe that we have
been nnjnst to Mr. 0. In saying thai he
Is a greater man than the Supreme
Orart; that he ha the qualiflcatinm of
a great public financier; the military
RCnlttsof a Napoleon or of aGront; the
eloquence, learning and oratory of a
Jhieeber; the tact of n Joseph Smith
of of a Madame Illaratskr. In f tcl,
we are going rapidly In the direction of
the belief that Mr. Gllkeeon is nothing
more than a fine specimen of egotism
ltelil and entloweil with Just enongh
newer to brag and make an a of Itself.
CALL.
We have the high authority of the
lfltKh esteemed Jacksonville. Fla..
.Stffrf, for saying that "MaliUm
t5oie of the Omngt CSsttafs lUfrUr
sty there are not over twenty-Ave Call
mb la thai county. "
There Is a probability at least that
Mahloo of the bloody surname may he
pit Jmllcfd against life pemhtenr, !
i)i- fighting- somebody, and never
at i siil of ant body Senator from Flor
Ma. and it Is not unlikely that this
prejudice has made the gory editor of
the lUyorttr incapable of a correct
o.umrliim of the Call men of Ornate.
We hope so. for with all Senator Call's
fenltt, If fault he has, he It a valuable
member of the Senate, lie H as Indus
1 1 loos as a spider. Imt has none of the
tpfder's venom, and never wantonly as
Mils any one. It may tie remarked,
however, that be will not be dared.
Whenever a Itermbllcan Senator puts a
chip' on his shoulder, and dares Call,
the result never is in doubt very long,
lie lescnts the Insult; and then he out
Sullivan's Sullivan in the blows that
he strikes with his tongue. Ami what
is Mill more to hU credit, the Senator Is
usually on the tight side of all public
(juestloos, ami is one of the men la
Congress who cannot be used by spe
cial Interests la the work of grinding
thetr numerous axes. Take Call for
all In all, and he to a good man for the
mat he now holds and nils In the Senate.
IJOlaSOJTS LNDIAH HLANKKra.
Yesterday Senator Plumb offered a
resolution
That Ibe Secretary of the Interior be itl
reetetl to transmit to tiM Suat Mm eofre
tpeaMknee btweii btt alike and that a
the Cennemsloaer ol Indian AKaIrs eoa
eeratee: ibe award of contrer-t for the snp
plj of blanket for tbe ludiaa service fur
tbv lUcal vear liet.
Ami the resolution was adopted.
This eorrespeedence will show that
a man ol tbe name of John Dobeoa, a
manHfaeturer of carpets and blankets
at I'biMiMfdila, Pa., bad been several
t lutes a sueeeasfnl bidder for tbe eoa
liaet to supply blankets to tbe Indian
service ; that be had furaUhed blankets
not up to the sample; that he had failed
in eHvete ways to comply with the terms
of Ms lea eoetfact. and bad given
j. i tat trouble to the Indian Office. It
v Ui show, also, that In former years he
1 act heesi pestiferous in his efforts to
(-asatl the Indian Ottce to aacant
I Wau ekchued, usss regular JMgiMi
Ik by (Jovet ameut osleials, to be at
up to tempie
Will Senator Plumb permit us to sug
gest that If the eosMsysmdeskBe between)
ike Ceej missies er of Ituiuui Alfairs ami
tlm Secfesaey o m Insmior exmeswai
ing the awasd of the eoasraet
for India blankets for the steal
yew INS were asked for, tt would
)sm tlkat use Oesmaiissiosmr uf IsyMftg
JsiMn had bee instructed lav the A
strtant awcwUiy of the laterior Cmmd
let to is-jcct IVohsoa's blanket bid, the
mnaW upom the beat snnune
that this ord( was baaed upoe
facta that aed the Assistant abjesetaey to
hetiawe that Dofeaoo was not a mea whs
thjooJ4 he alsowed Use rights el a eesm
patstor io Oovemment ceotraet lestistge;
that under this omkr of the Isuwiar Do-
paxtmest the Vou in issiftntir of "ffifti
AJMm xef mad to srreit Dohsoo'e bis),
ajad rcadveruaod foe sow psepaanje for
Uw liifian Manket cojstaaet. that, for
of lmtbw At sirs wet
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theft wleftjrtiintliw$$ llftff ttMF lllwwl Mrf!
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vllg' HWSiW W sbegsjBpB
Apd ve saay saahve the sugaeetioo. in
fweayrtoe) with tU maMar, wjust wi m
i of AwheoaVs lnin Wsartti
lew ho eoeosjoai ocv
tlw loweet bM ami boat
rule were vJoUted groeaty.
mA mitki ftkow alao that the jwMaaei-
semP snawstswaw f pbf m pv wsaajtPBews
Uft sjClfttTfl Ot ligW IwamfrJOJ' mMaVNtiMalBt
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kg MaM emmmmmwCsmmwi Qkf ammmMmmwmU
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-t up emBtwm t iinaliii stmt he
-auMscaji og smYammcajts ami
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u.-.Vio tWWW to Ht
- -.. s HarrUoo iunii srume
tlrrcs cfll'cd thi Wanamakcr crrnptlin
fund of 1."S.
And in the way of at lArtMoiiet tnf
gMtfon, gwntly made, ive may say to
!etator Plumb that If he were w go a
little further In hfn rwitieet tot lntef.
Inn rorreroTdefll betsrwn the Seere
taty rf the Interior's Office and the
Commfsskrtrtr of Indian Affairs, eome
rary Information might be oWaNned
In rpfereftce to the Indian coutracti! of
199-80 fot coffee, soap, dried apples,
eelroYdtfMxrite, etc , an well as Washeta,
We Rmt add, that If any DwtwcMtlc
offfcfal evct had been gnllty of the
Btmy mtthod of awnntlng ItnHan em
fractr, the pack of the RepnWrcan party
wtmM have bees Instantly ia fntl cry,
afirt ft ia probaWe that It wmtld hee
rnn down at tbe end of the chae either
a knave or a fool.
MOrWAS'S PROS
The Commissioner of Indian Affair,
Gem rat Thomas J, Morgan, h w in his
tetvice, ttMnf thvm as k lichen girls
and chambermaids, two Indian girls,
drawn by him, under assumed au
thority, from the Imtmtt Industrial
rhool, located at Carlisle, Pa,
The CommlssloncT admits that he
does not pay these glrla the usual
wages paid for services such as thy
render. He admits, by refusing lostnte
the wages that tm does pay to them,
that he does not adequately remunerate
them.
In apology for this shameful con
duct the Commlatlonor states that the
girls are in his service under intnte
Hon; that, in their instruction, lib) wife
gives constant attention, keeping tbem
always under her supervision.
The "girU" are women. One of them
is about 3S and the other about l years
of age. Tliey have been pupils at
Carlisle for many years one for seven
ami one for nine.
During their actual pupilage at Car
lisle it Is prettimtd these "girls" were
Intritcted in household ways, ami, It is
Inferred, tlicy were ready to be
giaduMed ns cooks ami clmmber
maids, as well as good-enough KnglUh
scholais. It this presumption and this
infetrenca are incorrect, then the
Catlislc Training School is a lie
lnelon ami a snare. Hut If
this presumption ami title laferrenee
are correct, then, when Commissioner
Morgan took these girls from Carlisle
and put tlicm to work In his house, at
Inadequate wages, he was guilty of a
mean, and, in our opinion, a dishonest
art.
It does not avail Commissioner Mor
pnn to say that these Indian girls, taken
by him from a Government sch h1 un
der authority assumed without warrant
of law without, in all probaWI
'ly, the conwnt of their pa
tents ate being compensated ade
iiimtely for their services by the In
structions given to them by Mrs. Ior
nan; for (we are compelled to ue this
language) if Mrs. Morgan Is doing her
duty In her official position as conn
dintlal clerk of her husband, the Com
missioner of Indian Affairs, she must
be away from her wards at least eight
hours every day, excepting Sunday.
During Mrs. Morgan's absence from
her bouee w bat eye watches over the
two Indian maidens from Carlisle?
Iti snort, the Commissioner of Indian
Affairs bas taken two female pupils
frrm Carlisle, and the Government is
Iiaylng for their support at that Mhool.
lie is using them as servants and is not
lemuneratlag them adequately. Ami
he Is exposing them to dangers that
cannot- be mentioned, by withdrawing
bb wife dally from supervision of
tbem, so that he may obtain from the
Government, as a consideration for hU
wife's labor la a position be should
never have permitted her to accept, a
paltry $1,000 a year!
The matter Is scandalous, shamefully
scandalous !
Ammicin jot'MKAMevs are relieving
themselves of a great deal at ptii-up virtue
Just now. ProMiaaaUy, this article ac
cumulate very rapidly during tbe tueaiaer
moatbs. At say rate, Ike sdHer of tats
free and happy hind must Ml eeiser now.
The cause or all this til play U a Otaner that
Has gives ia Loaden a few days ago. We
must coafett that tbe dinner wm uaeou
v notional iu some rmfeets, Perhaps it
might (airly be tleseribad as eeeeatrle. llut
why it should be made to serve a the oc
casion for a ml tonal dsuienilrstlun of
rigiilousaesa we eaaaot altognther see.
The diaaer as given by a young bostaaM
kiah of New York to aaothar amt a still
younger Xew Yorker wbo, hewwer, bas
Umm Hviof; ia Lomkm for soaw time, aad
has niad a lanes fortius there. Tbe host
very aetutaUy wanted to make the event
mesaoraUe ami iwptessive, nut, iu maklsg
this t-eoumsttoe, he tieparted oetewhst
from the beaten track. The coaipaay wm
dietmguitbed- Among others, there were
reesot as M-beuAler ul the I'aued ilil.
a BMiuber of the liupieme Court of Xew
York, to say nothing of a Urge aisortmsot
of preaiinest eitUciM of Kw York aad
Idtotom. Is enter to grse his guests tbe
lisnalt of all the modern imnsovewaoit
aod to ssettss them all the mdestoacies of the
llrtimsat of the Ceotwontal HVrtel. sod ar
ranged to hose a aiistiier of the friskiest
ami hss)elsmt of tho imtmi ksdsosmthe
burt9w bueiitm present shotMeivm
about widstght. The -i-thii of
the ssmnt that we ham) men
ia stasmg that the mai e-
of the evening sagas about
the time these youag Uditss anrived, and
was euothuicd wuhout Ukterrupskm uislU t
o'emek, when H was bnovg ttayligot. by
this time some of the guests had gone to
besasstths rest ware too fatigued to do
essoins! bus stand to iho vwdowe ami
thruw Suwer-put at ibuveheasthey MNt
by Other ami sttU more esoHUsot ees
dssjeea of mssstudo wore fursaslmd m oosa
stwml c jectkoM of the propmstor smo tav
teaasl the ksisojaet hsi to tmtmme the oom
pasy to preserve ot4u. amt it was plate,
by ? o cioek, that the Mat of the pansy had
died out, and to, after throwing all the
ulassea out ut me window and toamng the
eiothm oc of a few punsamati. the
CiEMfid iH&nsMaa. iLfl mmmrmAJ m
siJsp ipWawajpawoawmam nras jewswn-wwa w
mads of the iaOMs at thia stags cl
toe pronanS'itiMis lechjis they vmt to
bad, toowhy not it sgams to as, how-
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r(fstrari1 iti1 our', it it po-ihlp U '
every thing msy wl bsppfly after alt. If
esn get thrnngh tMt tfHHi wfmont
bnvtnf to srlrh tbe npnme Conrt end
set up unkcoft !n its plsre. we may emt
grstnlate otirltri.
Trie frrjmr.n. of Maine, and Mr. 1tsjw
of Artmnunx ehontd go Into the tohby anl
have It out tn trprstp ring. Bnt tn the
suggested battle Roavrs Srotttd tie s)ofstet
for he wonM not strik below the belt and
Rd would, and then deny the fwrt bbswe,
In whfrh denial he wmrtd be becked by riie
bettowing Cstmon and alt the omer big
RepnMtcsn gnns and trttle RepnWh-sn
sows ef-gune of the itowe.
StTon Ehe "r hss insetted tk
thtn end of tbe wedce, The rrsntnihia to
HtMt debate on the Tariff bin ts Ml the
pioneer of resomtfona to ffmtt debate on
other MTrs, ani the shadow of the bayonet
stretches oat hnrsrd the potb).
CoMWtssrosMi imni pmbaMy dis
not nertwe pfetawe amhora. Tot be might
do so protUMv. For Instance, he wonM
do well to tone T heart the tdea that public
oiftctsts shouM be what attar's wtf w.ts
not--snove susplr-lon.
OTIiL ARRIVALS.
MttroprtitonMH AdeMtM Smith, .New
Tor It; (I. t). Reeve, IedelpMa; Miss
Xsnnie HsTper, leebnrg, Va.; O. H.
W hlte, New York.
jVnMofwf M. I,, heed, A. S. Trier, C. S.
Isabel, H. Htneman, New Tork; T. IM
Witt Tslmage, Brooklyn: H. tTUcor;
Lonlsvllre. Ky.i Rdwln AKott, IJverpool,
Kng.; F. Adsms, Philadelphia.
fit. Jnmts-T. B. Fhk, New Tork; 4. B.
NIxcd, I. S. A.; T. It. 9lmpwn, Igsns
pott, Imt.; Lawrence It. nsh, Buffalo; O.
V. Hsskt-tt, St. lnls; J. P. Munste,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
M iff artfsn serge Hot men, 9an Fmn
ctsco; T. AV. Ijibc, Kansm City; . .1. T.
lUyilm, New Orlans; W. 3. Oirts, ltills
ilflphl.
Hhwrthant Adrisn (iaysnlo, CMtl, South
America; Mrs. J. B. Hteme, Chicago; Mr.
ami Mrs. C. II. Mitchell, New York; V. C.
McConttell, 8hatnofcln, V.
ArlinntntiW. V. Martha, Nebraska: U.
L. liandolpli, 8sn Frnnclaeo; K. ITtenmn,
New York; 4. B Mathers ami family,
Louisville, Ky.: Thomas jr. Allen awl
wife, Mcmphlt, Tenn.
Mhitt William Marrstt, Jr., Pwiglt
lept, N. Y.; M. Cbamie, 8.C. Cratnpten,
New York; Otto Doebti, It. M. Fowler,
Cleveland, Ohio; .T. II. I)avton, U. S. N.;
W. N. Lewi, Huntington, N. Y.
.fldgaom O. N. Hart, Pine IlIiltT, Ark.;
C. llniley, Captsln 1.. (I. Shepanl, United
States Army; K. M. Baxter, Jr.
ifofW Johtunn A. 4. Capillar and wife
of ?t. Louis, Mo.; Ales. M. Hlaek, Alle
gheny City, l.; A. A. Knox of New York.
PERSONAL.
Dorothy Tcnnant Stanley received
one striking wedding present. Stanley
received JtO.tMX) siot eath for his book,
and rumor bas It that he put the money
In an Ivory pur and presented It to bis
wife in lieu of jewels.
The Due d'Aumale has given up his
splendid home at llrusseR ami during
bit rtcent visit tn Sicily his collections
of picture , books and artistic brie a
brac have all lieen removed to Chantiily.
Mls Alice Wood or Qiicccbee, Vt..
has Just roots til a Held of itmss, fifty
acres In extent. She did the work
alone, uaing a mower drawn by two
horses. Next venr she will be gradu
ated from the high school.
Secretary of State Ryan of Ohio Is a
literary man, and has written a history
of Ohio, composed at night while he
was a member of the Slate Iglalature.
It has proved a better success than For
aker's attempt at making history for the
same Statu, though the ex Governor
worked at all hours.
The young Prince Albeit Victor's
newly added title of "Avondale," it
an old Scotch title. In fur off distant
times It belonged to a branch of the
Douglass family, and was subsequently
given by James III., of Scotland, to
Andrew Stewart of Albany, whose son
and heir was killed at the battle of
Flodden Field. The title then became
extinct ami has remained so until Its
recent revival.
llelle Hilton, the defendant in tbe
young Lord Dunlo's suit for divorce, is
the daughter of an KnglUh color ser
geant. She was reared In the danger
bus atmosphere of Aldersliot and drifted
into tbe European cafes chantants.
llelle formerly entertained tbe patrons
of a variety "dive" In Amsterdam, Hol
land, and created speechless amazement
among the Dutchmen by the extraor
dinary quantity of brandy that she
drank In the sight of the audience every
night.
What Meliruiba Farmers UeiuaeU,
It is of vital importance at this
juncture that Congress should be
clearly advised as to the wishes of tbe
farmers respecting the tariff, and we
are entirely confident that the Republi
can Convention would have eortectly
stated the desire of a very huge majority
of tbe farmers of Nebraska if It had
wade an unqualified demand for free
sugar, lumber, wool, wooleu goods,
salt, coal and iron, with perhaps other
goods in common use.
I'euilaaluc tbe World
trtmUu nilaJmtpiia Htcotd.
One of the interesting features of
social life In Germany is the number of
people iu that country who draw pea
stous from the United States Govern
ment. Ia the Strasburg district alone
there are more than fifty persosu draw
lag United States peaskms. Speadiug,
as we do, half the national revenue. In
pensions, there is scarcely a nook or
corner of the globe whose tho Govern
ment houwty doss not penetrate.
Uratstss U ur ftuM Away.
Vtom Ik JUwUeAm. PmUm. Imtmtl.
Gold cooiuues to be droiaad oft to
Europe exactly as tho opponents of free
coinage pr (dieted U weuU he, if there
should he radical logjalslloo ow tho
silver gum tin a Few fTnancbd prophets
hove their psosaostlswjtisms so promptly
ami esactlyiuttUmL
B1A SXVKAUf
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And me walked whoa the
the bssovhao jpmkmmh
And 1 toMi ami sasoHl her sav lose was tswai
Vomi she wmwmf sodsmdml so4sswsi4
ami ttwmmfv
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wwm wat a pa-
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sty the urn ramsdamsd
gwry.
Mm eOiudc bad badL iSN aatai aawea uti saw
haU she raked it to Is m Mm wst old
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AMUSEMENTS.
ATtmnnti's oinni-iiiHM.
The atrdteiice that erwwjd Ovjwsre
TTHfwin's Mammoth Mtftstfet at Al-
baugh's Opera-House last night was
one of the largest that home hos ever
had. Hundreds were turned away and
the hotue was pwckrd M lto utmost
capacity.
Under such auspices the performers
dtd their best, and the enjoy aWe enter
ialnment went with a "go" not ntnally
seen at fht petrciwowGtn. The first
part was quite diversified In in charao
ter, and had the benefit of nirtnerou
clever touches In the way of Innova
tfone. The cwtumeg wute hsnrlrome
and picturesque, the music catchy and
well retrdereu and the specialties trotel
and strlkiM.
Oeorge Wilson. Lew Benedict, Andy
McLcod, Will and .lames Fulton, and
Tom Iwls were in chsrge of tho ends
and they furnished ample fttn. The
hlrmeM gypsy dance est a graceful
ketch, and the danrlmr sketch Whit
Introduced Hub Smith's latest, "Swing
ing In the Grapevine Swing " was ex
cellently rendered. Oeorre Wilson's
monologue was greeted with repeated
applause, ami the popular minstrel re
celved a high tribute to his Rbiltty as a
flrst-clam entertainer.
The minstrels remain to night and to
morrow afternoon and evening.
CleTetnml'a UnnolllAteil Mlnntreht.
Cleveland's Consolidated Minstrels
begin a three nights' engagement at
Idncrtln Mnric Hall -m Thursday night.
This popular company Is one of un
usual merit, and numbers many of the
leading lights In the minstrel world.
Mr. Cleveland set out three years ago
to put together a company of s'ich
acknowledged merit that should com
bine all that was great and good In the
minstrel world and his success 1ms lieen
phenomenal. He has the largest and
most expensive minstrel company ever
seen In this part of the country, con
taining as it does all the available
talent.
The performance will be a revelation
to those who delight tn the fun-making
of minstrelsy, and all the old favorites
will appear, Including Hilly Rmerson,
Iltigliy Dougherty, lliuney Paenn,
Luke Schoolcraft, Griffin and Marks,
Fields and Hanson, and the marvelous
Cregg family, the most wonderful
troupe of gymnasts In lite world.
Kertmn'a Oiieitlug.
Keman's Theatre was packed from
pit to dome last night, on the occasion
of the opening of this popular resort for
the season of 1800 01. A few moments
after 9 o'clock, when the curtain rolled
up, there was not a single seat to bo had
In the house, and there was a crowd of
spectators standing in the space buck of
the orchestra circle.
It was a show in itself to watch the
boys sandwltchrd In the galleries watt
Ing for the performance to begin. A
new feature tn the auditorium this sea
ton ate the luge eats on either side of
tho orchestra. These teats are bound
to be popular, ss they are convenient to
the stage, and also Tort I a good view
of the audience
The performance onened with the
HtHuya in lliclr celebrated plantation
sketches. Tliey took down the house
end werr repeatedly recalled. .Limes
McAvny msdc a ten strike with bis
original songs. He succeeded in so
well pleasing the audience that tliey
kept him on the stage until he had ex
hausted bis repertoire. There was a
freshness about MeAvoy's efforts that
makes him a great favorite on the
variety stage.
Itoclie and Castleton did some crwlit
able work, as did also Mason ami Hil
ston. The hit of the evening was made
by the Delloulten iiros., the celebrated
acrobatic artists from the Alhambra
Palsce. London. There are three
brothers of them, and their perform
ance is certainly a marvelous one. They
give ncroltatlc features that have never
before been seen on a Washington
stage, and It Is claimed that they com
mand the highest salary ever paid men
in this line in this country.
Estella Sylvia, the premier vocalist
and dauseus, was repeatedly recalled.
She was formerly with Klralfy Hres.
and became a great favorite. As
"The Magulres." ttllth Sinclair and
Kd. M. Favor Introduced their original
songs, which pleased tbe house exceed
ingly well.
As a whole, the programme was the
most complete ever presented on Mr.
Kernan's stage. After the performance
almost the entire audience retired to
the summer garden, where IUntz, the
slack wire wizard, gave a performanee,
and Professor Pistorlo's Band an open
air concert. No extra ehsrge was made
for this feature of the evening's enter
Ulnment. windfall Tor actors.
Job Haworth and 51 Un Slarrtaia
O'Leary Heirs to $10,000,000,
Katie Hvdal to Xtv York Ptut.
A sensation has been created Iu tbe
alrieal circles by the announcement that
Joe Haworth, the well-known KnglUh
actor, and pretty Ml Merriam O'Leary
of the Boston Museum Company are the
hobs of a large English estate. There
reeewly died In Cumberland, Btgtaml,
a gentleman named Moifott, who left
an estate valued at $ lu.uuu.ww, wblcb,
for lack of heirs, reverted to the crown.
The matter was advertised extensively.
and recently au auat of Miss O'Loary,
while out West, saw It in a paper.
She at oaves rnmniunhtatnl with both
her niece ami Mr. Haworth. It seems
Mr. Moafett was Urn grandfather of
Miss O'Leajry's father oa tho letter's
mother's immm throustb which eon
-trtliO" also thanes Mr. Hsworth's
claim. Mias O' Lossy was not inclined
to talk about tt wfeesi set by a Pvu
cunsepojammt. saying It was Mo good
to be uue. Tho matter will he pushed
at osvee.
f", if" --a, n 'fassawmamt
The Purest
SrUcbw kaoant to emdlnal wieaoe are osed
In KiiartaBoud'saarmBartls Svery la
sveoient is eareiuUr seism art sorsouaUr es-
a WW ad sad unlrthe bet retaieod. Ths
wiotli me is toepued eimor UuMuperviatM
of thuroaofaJy cowawseot pajrmuii. sod
esorr step m (he fises vt waaufactm is
eamiuUf watched wtth view te tevurlag as
woaaVs WwmosrHw the somiosaiUe remit.
It is Baetmred hr a UsKsWUTtOll. rww-
HhWUS mt iFwOCwswosouMarto Mood's
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GRAND DISPLAY
or
FINE SHOES
AT
Wilson 8. Can's
NEW SHOE STORE,
Noi 929 F St. N. W.
Fine Shoes for Ladles.
Fine Shoes for Misses.
Pine Shoes for Children.
Pine Shoes for Gentlemen.
Pine Shoes for Iloya,
All Style of Fancy Sllnpers.
All Colors Made to Match Ureases at
WILSON & CARR'S
New Shoe Store,
so. two i STrtnirr n. yv
Waahtnaion, P. C.
THE
LIST CHANCE
CRY.
The venerablo arid prov
erbial "chestnut" is not
more familiar than the
tradesman's resonant cry
of "last chance." It
doesn't rhyme with "job,"
"slaughter" or "sweep
ing," but 'its sung In the
same meter ami to most
people Is quite ns weart
somo as the sharps and
lints of "Annie Hooney."
Then, why use It f llo
cause tt tells the story n
nothing else will do. There
are no two words In the
Bnglish language quite so
strong at this lime. Next
week fall trade will begin.
The wheels will turn slow
ly at first, of course, but
they'll turn jutt enough to
let In early arrivals of new
fall goods, and they've got
to have toom. So "last
chance" will have to be
sung as a sole for sum
mer low prices; If neces
sary we'll repent the cho
rus. For this wtek we'll
offer
11 lbthy Carriages.
7 Itefrlgerators,
5 Water Coolers.
These Will Be Sold at Cost.
Canopies.
Screens.
Summer Curtains. '
These Will lie Sold LKSS Than Cost.
For this week we'll give 90 per coat,
discount on all Parlor, Chamber and
Mlioollaneous Furniture. After this
week regular prices.
English All-wool Art Squares:
yards by 2, 1.
8 yards by 3, $ 1.715.
Syardsby8, 6.10,
8 yards by 4t, $7.45.
All-wool Ingrain Art Squares:
3 yards by j, $..5.
8 yards by 8, .
8 yards by 8J, &7.S5.
8 yards by 1, SS.&0.
A yards by 1J. f0.50.
Smyrna Itugs:
feet by 9. ?18.78.
1 feet by 7, 6.10.
8 feet by , $8,U0.
Si feet by!H, $g.K.
88 per cent, oil on Mattings.
A one-week price of 75 cents a yard
for 10 patterns of Ilody Ilruseele.
JULIUS USBURuH,
TUIrteeitlU nml V MreeU.
Dkeclery of Lawps aad Law Firms.
ftAMUKlL CAKH1M07ON,
ATTOuKKY-AT-UtW,
MB 11 swset northwest.
Washtaotoa, B. Q.
WeamerLaw muidiag.
metdeaoe. UU K atmot aorthwost.
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Thurs'd&y, July 31, 1893.
Stom closes this dfaning
at 5 p m.
Saturday at 1 p m
We have just raeaived
5,coo more Lace Pins and
will offer them at that low
price of 5c each.
Lais' New Btezefs, Vassal Shifts
and LifitJlu Vds,
Our assortment ol 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 blicks.
In Yasser Shirts we am strawhtg plain
White boom, plaited amt embroWerwl, tn
Percales. Bxeeedlnelr ehotee line of pat
terns, sua, st.se atnlit.moh.
New Lotwlon Vests la tnw. Marseilles,
Flannel and Fancy Clots In very heed
some patterns. n.TS, 4.M, f6 ami $6 eaob,
TMrd floor.
BW GINOIf AMS AND OtTTlNficLOTIW.
We have jmt reeeired the following I
fsCW yards Dstk OlKahae,ln sew do4ea,
Inolmtlng the celebrated Tartan Plabls, for
fall wear. ttle. pr yard.
Sew yards Flannelled or rrlnted Ontlns
Cloth, In over sixty itesbrnf, exceedingly
wide ranfte of colortaas, 10a. per yartl,
Second floor.
IIKD-WBAII l)KPAKTMKST.-Ve havo
Just reeelred the follovflnif iroe4at rahiesi
ifiOO Klftht -quarter t'ableeihed Cotton Ued
Sheets. Only 90c. each.
SS pair Ilemstltohed Linen SlwoU.Jibylt
yard;. Only C per pair.
Colored Lawn Pillow Shams. Only 9lo.
ixr pair.
Ilemstltohed Linen rtltow Cates, HI by ja.
il.TS ami ft per pair.
Second Soar.
"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 wc guarantee to keep
in perfect order for one
year. Scotch Holland,
Hartshorn Roller and Clasp.
Fourth floor.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Corner lltli and P Ste.N.W.
.NlttV I'lMir.IIJATIONS.
HARPERS' MAGAZINE.
August.
illustrated" ARTICLES.
Impressions of Berlin.
Iiy THwmoae Child. WUh IlltutraUeo by
T. i Tnvuvavr aad Cmaslm Mbmts.
Magellan and the Pacific.
ByBuwAim EvxaiTT IUlk. With IUoMra
tieoe from Old 1'rtats aad from a drawls
hy A. H.Wa.
Plantln-Moretus.
By Octxti IlsNtii. With IliostratleM from
pholngraasn by J. Mam, Antwerp,
Street Life in India
By Bowakb loan Wasar. With IUosUatleos
drawn by tbe author.
INTERESTING PAPERS.
Custer's Last Battle.
By Cimia Ckibus Kue. With Man.
A Convent at Rome.
By Br. Fjusku Fiae vam.
Some Geology of Chicago
and Vicinity.
By Kxxbm . Bueia.
ENTERTAINING FICTION.
Poit Tarascon:
The 1 aat Advemaros ut the Hlnitrisiw "
(arm. By Alwuomc Bswoae. Tmaetatad
by Mskot Juh. rrwM InilnwmnaM
Wish HlMilrnlaaai frijt flnirmm hr
HxbMAi.ll. MOmni and MoOSSOOV.
The Unele of an Angel.
A Mil mm ar XoveHetle afFmoiM A.J
lus. With HraotwtiOBS saws hf W. V.
Liaaie Brubaker.
IlmatratWas Oners hg Amos
A Walk Up the Avenue.
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Georgetown University,
Washington, D. C.
CRtm OF ARTS AWD 9CIKVCK9 (Oeorire
tewn Ortlefe). K ew term ties Ins Septem
ber 11. Preparatory Dwnartment for
poartfers. Colleatate ruepartinent for
RoarAen amt Day Scholars. .1. Havkss
wrfujuirtw, s. ., FresMenl.
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tea wntb. Far psrUenlars mltlrew
r. w- sitiVBsrrBn,
ObarkHte nail,
sH.eea.SBi 9t. Marys COnnty, Mil.
VrBlit8 OTJIitBOK FOR WOMBW,
Am-ers, Oaymra toko, N. Y.
Three fH omwres of study. Loeatton
heaHtltnl and healthful. A reflnl Christian
heme. KnwlmlWIw reoilr next Sertember.
FeMWn beKlm BWTBMBER 1, 1860. Semi
fer entetewne.
B, S. FRI8BBB, 1). D.,
rrlaelpAli
TjirroBfi's coLtiBOK rsrAnATont
SCHOOL,
Jtew Drnmvrlek, 21. J.
noanllog Sebool for Doys nml Yohbk Men.
Prepares fee the bett estieee, soleatlfle
Mhook or bustness.
K.H.COOK, A. M.,rb...
Head Matter,
yanMONT academy.
ONK OP THE HBST IN NBW KNOLAND.
Stiidents'.ln every college In New Knglaml.
AtborouKh preparation. llrst-olaH faolll
tics In Bnallth. Dili Wlnsfl new, largo anil at
trastlve. Laberaterlcs, Oymnoslnm ami all
facilities. Able teaebers. Terms moderate.
Address
VERMONT ACADBMT,
Suxteos Rtrer, Vt.
T.sniNOTON
AND
1.BK UN1VBIISITY,
Lexieatne, Vs.
Vet eatelesme a4dr
O, W. 0. L8B,
frotidant.
Tl V IsW AIKKN1J SCHOOL TOR GIRLS.
Stamford, Conn.
Bstabllsbed In Istft. rrepares for eoHege,
travel ami heme. Tbe method by wbleh tbe
mental f aeuUlee are sdaeated will be found
la tbe seeeod etttlea a! M1m Aiken's pam
phlet on "Ceneeetratea Atteottoa," new
ready, fer saleatUrentaae's.SUalenSre,
New York.
-pOSEMAIlYHALL.
OOAItDIKO AND DAY SCHOOL FOR
YOUNfJ LADIB8,
WaUlatford, Conn.
Academic aad prspsratery eoarses.
FrlaelpaU, MIS LANSING aad Mtofi
RUUTZ KBBB.
Chrfetmas term beefs OOTOBEIt 3. Fer
Mtaloirae address ROSEMARY HALL.
QXFOKD (Obk COLLBQB FOR YOUNO
LADIBS,
Oxford, owe.
fa moos Clawteal aad FmWhlac Sebool.
t teaebers, MS stodeats. Tbe Alow Mater
el Mrs. President HarrieoB. Conservatory
of Masts aad Art. European Vaeatleo par
ties. RBV.yAYK WALKER.
ProsldeHt.
Jll IS BAYARD'S INSTITtlTK,
Xorwalk, Coaa.
A Hesw aeboet fur Obi sad Yoasg La4bM.
Member of boardtas- paplls Haalted te twenty.
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the aameier awetths. Board, wniMag and
latttos in the BssUsh bseoohw, $tJ aer
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Awl Wednesday Brrnlnir
Special Ststinee To mnr-nw
FIRST OF THB SEASON!
The Wort t' f hoffc,
GEO- WILSON'S
MRHtWOTH
INSTRELS
GhBATKR THAlt EVBB.
OTO M11.1TAPY FIReT fRT
"SKCOND 9EBIB9 KIRMK99.
InelndlBfr the Great oypy Dane,
HUH T. SSIITH'S
Latest aad Greatet s nreess,
"BWHreiWO 1H THB OR VPEVtNE SWIVO
rrodaeoijntli Beanttfnl Cotnmcs ard
srIlcnAu acta ir bffbcts
BtHrvtttseat Ji ,Itm
Aomtnron 0candJ5o
aar.rt
WAIT
THE Hlli
CITV SHOW.
Lincoln Music Hall.
W. 8. CLSYELAXD Leesee nnd ManSftei'
THRBBSIOnTSASBSATCRDAYMATINnE.
THURSDAY,
nntriAv
AUG, 14, 15, 16,
SATURDAY, "UUI ' '' ,Ui
THK OTOANT1C MINSTREL TRl ST.
CLEVELAND'S
Consolidated P
minstrelO
Tie taret, arandest, mot rotly ralntrel
enterptlfe on ewrtti, ronulnlnc nmro mlnitrcl
relrlirltles, more lush falnrted artlr. tho
mot expensive and rr(reons cotome, thd
fteuest ami most elaborate :tago ettl:iu,
more Enropean features, moro cenuine novel
ties than any ten mlnnrel shows combinct.
THK lllahost Salaried Prince of MINSTnELS,
BILLY EMERSON,
Darnoy Fncnn, Hughey Dfnigherty,
Ltiko Setioolcratt, Raymond Shaw,
Fleldsand Hanson, OrlfUn and Marks.
SPECIAL IMPORTATIONS.
The wonderful Italian Soprano, from tho
Conservatory of Music, Milan,
8I0N0H IJKNEDETTO.
Wonderful Acrouatlo Marvels.
TnK CRAGOS,
Drlttsli Gentlemen Acrobats.
Secure Seats Now. Avoid Disappointment,
Seats on sale at Droop's mutlo store, 025
Ta. avo. n. w ; W. O. Metserott A Co s, 1110
Fit,:lt. r. Miller's. M9 th st.nntl n' Ma
coin Miiste Han box offlro fromO a m. t j 10 p.
m. 1'rlses 83, 80, 78o., n. nntl.C;
MI'S
NEW WASHINGTON
THEATRE, 11TH ST.
OPENING WBEK-AC0OJT 11
2Two Big Shows 2
No Advanre. OneTtoketfur Ad.
THK.MA.liteTI(' CONSOLIDATION
AND
Great Garden Show.
Matlaees Tnetday, 1 hnrsday and Satuiday
anll,at
fltllE
HEOLIKN,
Is the Or'. of All Musical tnstrumenti
BeoaiHe It performs any miislc
,ra a waits or a baMad to in
evertere or a symphony more
bmntlfally and more notrly
perfmit tbaa any other slun'c
Inatrunaent.
Tbe Aeolian H not mechsulrat, hut tho
msntpnlatlen of It Is so simple that a per on
eanlesrn to play It with from one tothreo
weeks' praetiee. Tour visit to see tbl- In
strument will be esteemed a favor at
E. F. DROOP'S,
MBPA.AVB.,
tote Agent for Metaway and Other Flrit-
ClaiM Pianos and Onrans.
i:xcunsio.Ns.
r BLAND PARK,
HARPER'S TERRY.
Tbe finest Pleasure Grounds In t coun
try. Matte. Deavlsff, Boating, FIblns,
tiwlBXi, Ftylac Ilocses, 0roiu)t. etc , etc.,
all free. Every Tkurwluy from It. A O. sta
tlon at 100a. m. TUikuu, includini: reserve
reals both directions, 1.
BAY RIDGE,
ON THE CHESAPEAKE,
OPEISf JUNE J I.
Naval Academy Band.
FINEST MEALS. FINEST ATTRACT!!
BYERYTHlNa THK BB6T.
Trams jesve B. 0. Depot, week days, 9 '
a.m., lJSaad4.se p. m. Soadsys, 3.56a. m
1 JO ami 3.1t B- m
Leave Bay Ridge, week days, 8 30 and 8 0
p. m. Ssuwlays, 8 aad 1 10 p. tn.
Round Trip Tickets
n.oo
J.T.ODBLL,
GBeraI Miavger.
OtUS. O. StUIX,
Cent ysHseiier AKet,
Mf
SUJIilHIt KKsOKM.
United States Hotel,
LOJS6 BaUVCfl.
LA1RB A YAS CLBAP, Proriiio: -
BjoeaM eMte eaaswt at Masaioa House
LONG BRANCH.
WEST END HOTEL.
Cottages and Restaurant.
Parlor ceaeert errr momwg at Jl 30
o-etaea sae aaaoay tvetun cuacuria at too
jsauey
Imi fifty's Canleil Orcbesira.
"TaMe e'tjote aad atosUurant a. new!
MM tol be the eaal of aay ui or out t Me w
D.M. A W. X. BJLDBiTH.
Grand Union Hotel,
Saratoga Springs,
Vaster tae stew Kansarment. laOpea ir tua
tu
OCTOBER 1.
eJtOatSS - A BAMS. Menagei .
Icsrap irnm, 1. 1.
Hotel Etirlington,
geii 7fur71Bttrtttated bamiut. tEstm,
St XAJULC Qvuex aad Pioi,...
TF.EMPER HOUSE,
CTIMU, MKHDlTAlMli.
a fauUlii tuw MftAntlifl A-i
WsWlaWK.
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