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THE DAILY CRITir, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15,1800.
irsm Daily Critic B M t ABP CAMTAt. JH D? D&uxrtMe Pnitg Pnptr Pvb- total t 1v"iefM07. aKatStV ftttNttat WAtWifttnex critic cttwruts. OFFICE: 'i& S rfWKBT HOftTHvtT WasBuwWr CITY. t C. - - TJMfaH W SUBRMPTlOi. ywnaimitmrM),ir"iT .... r . 1 month 3d ttmtHltiiaaerty. lawnta a ,i,, THrtCKlTlC, Waebhtttoa, II. C. rawmn ! ii hi in win ir i m rtMMt9W. D. C Arotrsr IS, 1SW. iiirtmli ....itta i.-iw.-.. . . JJlr0T10XMEJrrrOSTT0SKD OM of Use stBaroes of the Republican ttetagefs Witt to get fn enough of th ceatat retrrres to jnstlfy them In pro. cttdlng lo stake new spttortlontment nf Acmtnn of the llrmee of lptwnt 1rve. Tny tollwvrl they cmiM secure 'by ftrch action a eonsMemble addition 10 lh Republican membership of that Mf end ot the electoral college, mm! that tay couM take from the Demo cratic slle several member. Hit, i appear?, this scheme has been aban lcaeti, a fuel tbftt bss iroppetl out In the dtetartlon of Pnperlntenilent l'o tfit thai the retnrns from Ibe several Plates cannot be prepared in time to en able Congress to make tbe reapportion ment desired. Probably "the prelimi nary retnrns" have opened tbe eye of tbe llejmbllenn managers to the fact that tinder a reapportionment the Demo ctttts will make large even surprising gains. Take, for Instance, the State of Texas. It it within probability thatshe wtrnM gain, upon the present bails of ap portionment, seven members. "IVeliave no donbt the increase will lie not lew than six In Alabama we expect an In ert aw of Ave or sis. We are sure It will be not less than fcur. Anil we an ticipate an Increased number of mem oir probably font In other Demo cratic States. On the other hand, Mm sftchnsettt will lose two members, Con necticut one, and In none of the new Stale or other llepwWtean States will there be any Increase. In short, it li mere than a possibility that, upon the baste of the present apportionment, the Democrats would gain, under the new cement, about fourteen members ami the JUpuWlcans lose at least three. UStANCT..YIM5 BKHJUNcHBA. Tl H ilan Imptlal Ukee o' Pep hh.tr 1, 1fai.smngoiberregiiUM.Mi islrldown the folio Ing for tfa irtIt ( ite AleutUn IsLtod ami the Kttian rvsafttlona on the northwest onast of Ansfrtca. c. 1. Alt trade, sle tthln. Asnlne; to geevisl, sad every branch of t.u1t tn IL pett and bay, and l gftwiral alonir tb whole northwest coaat of America, free Behrtair' Stralta to 91 dag rest north latitude, a also along th Aleutian Island, sad on tbe tart coast of Siberia, ami atone; the Knvlte Island; that It to say, from Httrrteg't Straits to tbe south raw of the Ulead Ooroott, In -tS-Al north latitude, tr (Kmiftnl le tinman tuhjettt etctuvf y. Ste. 3. Every foreign veutil It eottee juently nrohlMtet, not only from landing on any of tbe eoaata or lalanda spedaed la ibe lorvgofnfr ctko, but alen from ap jWKkai Umm wlthiH let dtetanee thiui 0 IuIUn tulkw. VbnTr shall vlolt tbt piublUtion it liable o coulUeallan of Uf and mtsu, etc. The above is from A'tJtV HgMr of lWtewber 2, ltl. Tbe A'MMsiMt IUUltiitr of Febru ary 18, ISttf, contained a alnxbUy ditf er tux tiaakUlloe, but substantially tb MMM. Tbe eosnments of tbe JUffiiUr aal tbe utttUgtnetr upon this Ukase relate oaly to ike territorial extent of the claim of Kuteia, and not to tbe exclusive nature f Dm claim. The JUgitUr, April M, 1S83, refers tn new from the northwest coaet to tbe effect that the Emperor of ItiuIa "hai aWeMpted to esfurce bU pteposterwe Ukaee," ae4 that an AmetleM veatel iad beesi warned off by the cowman I isf atleer of tbe Apollo, a Koeslaa TeeseL The HtgtiUr stroagly pfotet's agatnat the vaat territotial extent of the cialw and sot agaiaat its exelnaiveewM w ilhU pt oner liaaiti- TVe A'eltvsuif ImUttigMr ooatra tibtts a tixmot that the Russian Ukase heal been levoked; but ataiee that tbe Aemkes MUiater to Ituasia had been ii.injtdud with iMtructioaM to confer Jib Aw Beasts n Government for an iiijusiiaeat u tbe toaHlct. In the 1'iHlkb Heuse of CotnauNta Hm Jaib MAfnmruikt isquiwd of Mi. Cavxmo, It necretaiy of State for Fonign tiba, bu wee beisc dotie "lth its4 to certain wUd, saonatrom and nuasat ntetesMiasM of ibe Kmneror tf itnai, as to peetesktad vaat dosniav tone by see aed laad, m the aortkereat toeatu Aanerice.'' Mr- C'akwm staled ia reply that tkany cbatoa, "basli at the CorsjNaa of Yeaessa ye) bi tts) course of suTbaenoent nego HsHties. Tsoae awgosJaMioae weeettHl nndlag and is activity at the Court of eflsisp f VaaaWpfeWen Jj The atault of these secoiiMiesM vsea a tseaiy or coaveation to tbe folloeriay ftct: f tke irat article It was Amssl tte abe sahjarts 4 tbe ksa coa- IffiPF". , RSfc OteeiW la aame. sn Matsaj tbaeasa or aea nans or tne coast at tT a) swaseew oteaweaU ui the nitfvet nsaar Um ia tae tjareesin the right of nee sMb eaaadsed ypire tae daeas j& tee Vb ners "'" Wf"teuHi;isK die nietest In TwWt cbmw., U i ajueed that the jUliTTT - "'- -- - "Jfr thaUaut Si a a iaee waw tiuu mj be Sjinaa ssiisHMeina without the porsata Oca el the eeeetaor or C'gsaateaeaat. tad, - tte atbar head, the Bustisa tuhjtmu mm M bjart. without peratisstan, at u WSJTiSS&iimxi the uirthwtet fiat tibfcaj ertaije daiavoa taa ooua jfTtn iiiitiMii tluft tso cAualsiaa. ajsd gtj BucaisB uMBjuftaBt meiidiie fsoee tjbe csafcaj ot ieuataaesaos oa aae ooajit kua U sbaueat a'rib laatauda to aa aa aaata aa4 A aciaeast. vbica ia tke aawiat'rnainii pUai of PrUce ol Wataa Tk ", a.rtt.-i utaMBiiea to British eaesss? sasiaKaaV afiswswws saw''saw sfvw's' MkbjacU Use so ovae betUy all icfe eeoai aba Mae saaaratiB ybwts froea tae lkdtiab jneaiarinni. t4 tjikb vij iatu the Fecifti navigate the inland ew to ten yean by Btntnh rrsscta. ft rwah m follows: Artitte V II. It is nfiAnttcsj. that tor the msc of ten vsr from the ntgnarare of tii prswr.t conventWh. the vetsels of the t o rtiWrr. or those Wtongtfw to thefr rr upwtiv snbierts. shall awmalty be at liWrtv tn frwtmmt, wrthowl aw hnnlrawrt hnttTfr, sit tr inland sea, the gntf", havens, end frw5, on the coast mentioned in ArtM III, for trtepnrnosea of Itahtmr stnt of trading with the natives. This artrrle etclmlerl, aftet ten years. Hnaafavj veaiela from the ''Inland, saea. fttttt, havens and creeks" south of (M fr6BWM anl aj nMnnfps, and It esetarsM Brttnai vaanale from all "laksmt sews, gnlfs, havens and creeks" north of thai lit. Tim talfd aHrc re feferrcl to dectarea that The Itiw of demarcation between the po sesihwit ef the Meh eesitraptlng parttvs apon the erssn of tbe centtnent sml the tslsert of America to the northwest hsl! be rtrswn In the following manner. 1 hen follows tbe definition of bmtn i!i!, s sliovc stated, beglmvlng at 51 r'egrecs sml 40 minutes on the coast, and after following a monntaln range for some distance strikes across north erly to tbe froren ocean. Great Britain, then, dearly surran lierett the right to flsh or to tmvlgnte the Hearing 9ea; ami the United States dhl the same thing In almost Mentlont language. I Jut now this country pos sesses all the rights which ItnvsM lalmtd and which Great Urltala and onr Government concl1 to lier. SPKCIMKX l'EUSKCU riON. A few days agoearly last week In fact Hon. Ai.vhbh Goltjtiiwaitr of New Orleans passeil through Wash ington Cn route to New York. Mr. Goi.dthwaitk teglsteretl at the Arling ton , spent the night there, and, next day, went on to New York. The fol lowing day the local papers referred to bint as having been prominent during tbe late session of the Louisiana Legis lature In championship of the lottery company, leaving (he impression on the public ml ml that he was visiting Wash ington on a similar mission. So firmly did this Idea take hold, and so generally was It accepted, that tbe 11WW of yes terday, in the course of a long ami cir cumstantial account of lottery matters In "Washington, spoke of Mr. Gold TinvAlTK aa being here In the Interests of the lottery and as taking a prominent place in the lobby of that Institution. Now, we protest that all this Is an unwarranted outrage on Mr. Gold THWAiTK an unexcuaable perversion of Ibe farts. What Mr. Goldtiiwaitr chooses to do In Louisiana, where the cotnitany is a legally chartered concern, rtcori.ficd In the Slate constitution and conducting Its business openly and law fully. Is a matter between him and his rrnKftnce. In favoring the lottery and In adtocatlng a renewal of Its (haiier, ht N siting with many of the l'-st srd moi substantial cltlaens of tho Bute. Hut It is a wanton assump tion that, because be has taken such a part at home, he must needs be mixed up In all the proceedings which lot tery agentt, In placet where the com pany's operations are prohibited by law, are compelled to pursue to argue that, because he vUits Washington, he must therefore come to take charge of or part in a lobby which Is held up to odium and reprobation every day. Mr. (Joi.u thwa itr ami bit friends have every right to complain of such outrageous treat ment, and the thoughtful public may well paute to consider what must be the aelHtns of this light against the lottery in which the agents of the crusade do not scruple to retort to the most reck !e falsehood and uitrepreeentatton, and to a bilterneM of persecution of which Juux Kmo. Cai.vix, or Tar iVKMADA would have been ashamed. JtliASONS P0H 1II5MOYAI-S. Tbe House Committee on Iteforat la the Civil Service has been conferring with the Civil-Service Comratoeioa, One of the tueetioaa under eoaehlara Uon was- "Why hat tbe Ceuimlsstoa failed to require raaeoae for every die adeeal to be given?" All tbe weubere of tbe Cowmiaaioa. tad a good many msmbtrs of the eota saitWe, are la favor of the adotioa of a reajoa-for-diaaaiaeala rule, awl surprise has been ei pi eased by meatbere of the committee that such a rule ia not among the amended rulee ef laU Ia 1So7 the Cosaastisioa sabwNlad to PreaideBt Clkvbxaito, for hit ooaeU eratioa, a proposed miaioa of Ibe 'Aweaaled Civil - Service Male aad ttegnlattoae," tbaa ia force. Oaa af the ruiae uroaoatd by tbe Cow an lessen was as foJhwts. uaaeaii- utue mil Wbeneser s disss letsl from the executive fivil tcrvure is ssade, a writtcu tUCesaettt ol tbe i-sute ot the dlMiii!l ntutt be tmi ia the dt(trtBeot or uttce frosa which tae dieai9l it made, aad beioaM t Ptrt u ths record of such department or oaVe. it will be oWrved that tae proeoaed rala was tatraalsri to affect aot oaly what it has era as the ciaeatfted dvU aarvica, but every aart of tae esacusive cavil service all parts af tae etvil tar viea eacapsia,; Um lagjalstive aad judi cial breach thereof. Ua Ismsipliar iaT. Use Vnahaiat leturaed the "ravWoa" with a aote frosa which the fotauarjaig It aa asavaoi: 1 ee4 with tbit the imeaasii rases saa- threacb tacts, which j eat wttl saaSsJ tot taaeaf them smIb the aasereaf naarles asul sosfte are ass. Aaiaag the resaarks scalttwaa ihrotsfh the araaosad rubw waa a ieaajSJsy re autrh ujaaa Bala VJil, aad it was ia teadad. eetaaatiy. aot at a (tuary. It viaa wbata aa ahaate of saeabah aaaaw, la peaffit. aad waa aiaaa4 aaav 4s3eawal SaleVIll ' It a aa foitoeu: VUi. After a good dual pi reine ssaa I a m usJa4 to atabhoM ay ssanU to this rule- and this U Mttrary to tsf Irat las lifaallf n First. Tbe ihsuurs u4 tb ttttaite tesaat w be that the power 4 nsenwaJ sfetMsU aut be tateaserred with aar ta aay ataaaer saaa Uted txct hesitiaf the saaaaar offa sag vac anilet leased by reaaovalt The nils $U tot pswreat retaosaU, but it at taches iu it leaiwvsi cua4uJmi which b) at focstgai to the parpose ef the bw aa a sVnitta'kai uf tbe power to wewwe at all- aecoad U i etu u idatad oa sUs sad ass safijafl f to - y r y atn fbe aaoat vtwieat dtSjHiles Will be etmnrrtleresl lietweea the biaaas of tbe puny removed ana that who aaat to ele truubk tur naatlssn mtr fceaa uu tbe mus sid, mtd the mainriaf aucaunty ju Um other, aa to she iruab aal femiell tsiteatsJieaeaV M u reeeaaa Ml not tahiKct U exuoUuiiOL i k !! bar ajr'wIrir'T be :..i..J iut il., uc t sup Thud. Ibe iestmn which uubt wetl ov erate to justify ilimiiinsiit tioui tbe L.ubi Mtvice. CU-J Lot bey.'atniy Ik Ui oil iiearrh for other employ mem. And jet ntstet this rnlc, they won Id he wpread out in tstigSMe Sbsev, pevhsps oonvsytng sn etgerated Mm from thetr manner of Matement, If dln'red, and quite rertain to give Hse to nnjtmt infrrenee arsinl tbe party dismissed if not disel.iwd Fonrth. I thin the ntle W based npon s ptesntnptfon of bad faith on the part of re moving otTh-ers ar lack of ronftdenee m their ainrerlty an. sard for rtntj-. whleh is tn a ene hntntllatlns to offleials en trwsted srtth imporrsntjinMIr Interests and who onght to be trnsteif as long ss they are deetneo fit ror the poaltlona they fcotd. I am unwilling to dov tub; what the law did nvt do, to wit put offleera of ny own seTeetlm, In thom I hare genersfly the nt aioct oonfi'lenre and whoe perfect willing nam to enforce the law in spirit as Welt si letter is notto be questioned, In a hampered, awaperted and disrredrted position. The enforrement of the (IvIl-SerTfee law, or any other law of tike desTiptlon, de pernto after all upon the sense of dnty, tbe stMeerlty and approval of thtwe entmsteit with Its administration. If these are lack ing; en rnle or restitution ran aid the attn stron. If they are not lacking no snch rnle or regnlatinn ts necessary. - .IKvTS IN RUSSIA. if the Kmavlan Jews have any frten Is at all In the orrttWe world, they should aki'hem to caate their protests against the Oar's edict of expulsion ami to concentrate their inflwence In securing for that edict the promptest and most efficacious execution. Do thwe windy gentlemen who are always so ready with their interference in the domestic affairs of foreign countries know what Hie life of a .few In llutsla really is ? Do they know that the Jew in that amaalng country is held in less consideration than a beast of burden and enjoys loss liberty of action than a slave? Do they know that Jews have no rights there? that they cannot own an Inch of Russian soli? that they have no protection of law or public opinion? that they are the prey of every Russian's avarice or lust or brutality? Do they know that the Jews are herded In Ghettos like lepers, subjected to every form of Indignity and oppression and always tn jwrll of those popular out breaks of which we have had such bloody and appalling instances within tbe past few years? If men know these things, why do tluy favor keeping the .lows In such Inhuman bondage ? If they do not know thorn, how can they explain their impertinence in undertaking to inter fere ? It seems to us that true friend ship for the Russian Jews would take the form of helping tbem to escape the awful bondage in which they languish. Only tho most fiendish malevolence could conspire to perpetuate such degradation. PKNA10R YOnmiEKS. We publish this evening a communi cation signed "Indiana," in which the situation in Indiana Is described as sat isfactory to tbe Democrat of that State. It appears that the fcari of tbe Ooutitr-Journnl correspondent nmouat to nothing. The Mi.hsmrk-Dooi.sv attempt lo capture the I'arniers' Alli ance does not promise to be a ImwIIiu tuccess. Our correspondent mistake Tiim Critic. We dhl not intend, In ebanto teriilng Senator Yoorhbks as a failure In party "management," to even inti mate that be bad been derelict in any sense. In proper "management" the Senator la all that could be desired. What we meant to say, ami did say In an unskilful manner, probably, was that Senator Yoorhrks Is not a po litical tilckster, a blocks-of-flve mana ger; that he is an honorable politician, ami, being honest himself, It flow to suspect dishonesty in olheu; that bin confidence in the peo ple of Indiana has made him a little too confident of results, probably, and that In hit confklenoe he has become Jaac tlve unobservant of tbe active rascality of tbe Republican managers. We are glad to learn that he Is wide awake, active, and determined to curry the Legislature at the election this fall. 1u Cmu wo TribHHd speabt ef "McKin llt of Chinese wall fame, awl Kbed of Malee." U( what flaw it Haao? ile would be a bed waa froa aaywbere, a good wsb free nowhere, awl U as imsetttpulou as Um Old Hoy, to wham be it well kuowa, swl by botH he will be rseegaised la due state wadsr area harshsr rules than tbe Mean code, awl la evea a better place tbaa tbe Chamber af tbe Heme of Represents tttet. ' -i wm I SW I I I I HOTEL ARRIVALS. Ustfotitam J. (J. h. Itvkitm aud h if, AUhataa; J. O. holler, C. U. Gallup, reagbbetfitie: J. M. Keith, H. C. Baldwin, Chat let City, laws. M. lame. U. XaAN, Ptwlbtv. Ol .phhK i. P. ifusointse, BtweahiHilHen, X. Y.; L. W. Hatitttf. it. Louse; A. F. Swart. S. 0. Catwptoa, Siew York; liaasnet B. Padgett, JUl'iauoe, Xtul George Lebaer, Cbambtrs luig, Ph., CbarU E. Hlekt, Jacfctpa, hrhrL: Mr. Meitae, Kew Tarb; J. M. Ptchey, yraabaaj rV., W. K. Webs atatt Webb, ChJeafoTW. W. Idniiii. Caarieeloa, W. Vs.: aataetX. Uawfciaa. Ala.; Has. Itathhara, Shteaway, Pa ; Mist Xeascb, Brooklyn, X. T W,ltuti-Hn. K . WUtoa, . Mitt ICstth, C. S. VaVhta, Jeh a. abut, aUu tse CUy: K. P. Stuia, ahauc Uty, Uswa; Patrick Henry, ttearfee, ark. kvtf-e. BwsaeU, aw Yasfc; r. Wus ahler, Halle, Uertaeai; beaiai CaaUdas. Jobattow. Maurfae wandaatt Kew York, C. O. Uatat, Bseoblje, N. T ; Maauel J. Yego, WaaUagtuu. uTUiamliwV. W Weataat, Uasabargi wk,W. 6. aherldsB Kroner, w Torfc aad wife. Caieeto, 111. haaaft- i. C. habtoa, tateajto, e. r. Aa, drat aad wale, V. S. duTflL fssswart Fort Pevae, Ala-; 0. Thswatoa, Ver saUlaa, Ky-; 4. 9. 6ttaa,Ssw Ortaaat, iwtKttul-W, W- Waihar, J. a. Heat, . S. CoateUo. Jestej Cttt; 4. C. Isaraar aad git, PhHidsii a's Arlisvtm- at i. Stoma, tafja; P. -boerd, t. Seabsiar, M 1WH t. & iPaSTctJRet To; CawphsU, (itaaha, at Ai uu- C & Brsiibir aVssttei aad H BradseV, Aluot). WkK i aa, Qwa; K Elder, ttUautua. IS1 ' " "W" a? tAiam yamtauvi feaui to thr ' - ia eaasasaj ThvssaM Hea saMlsjajBk iu ivy laasea And Lee's sll "- t inriiflrjf . te auvarv AU ccbuadfor tJW hnata ol Uu peosse Jyj to thy Tby u't i Aud sJUshasisiihjiassajal thy aaaheasi aiasiiaRT ! tbtottgh afc Iwas saakta Wuhu, Aidikfoueatssil Vlarate wa the world st tweet ri Hoiik 11 A tui'ii 'id L Atut THE nhU SITUATION SMatst vwavheea rratsed rer ins vrat rane in I'aiittea. f7fo7- Critir: I see by yonr reading editorial yesterday evening that ymt are ct.nrf tned abont the p-rlRlcal rwtiU tn Indiana this fall. I think you need nr.t be troubled. The Farmers' All! ance has manifested no MotwIHtr to the Dwocratrc party In tlMrt Stata ttir far, $d the sttemptt of such men as Mhrhewer, Dudley and others of like kind to w the Farmers' Assoclatim In tbe interest of the Republican party are so braren and transparent as to become rldlenloirs atirt to neretVe no one. On the Issues of the day the farmers natu rally sympathise with the lethOctcv, and more of them are being nominated for office at this time by that party In Indiana than by all the other partres and organizations put together. As to yonr statement that under the political management of Senator Voor hecs elections can be stolen and Repub lican victories picked up right under his honest iroee, allow me to say that the record of Indiana politics is won derfully the other way. Senator Voor h era baa inn move desperate races for the Democratic party, ami won them against greater odds, than any other man in the history of Indiana. Iu bis Congressional races Republican Legis latures were not able to beat him by gerrymandeiing majorities of . 1,!500 against him. In the great campaign of 1876 when Itlue Jeans Williams beat Benjamin Harrison for Governor the management of that race wn assigned to Senator Voorhees, and he canvassed tbe entire State with the Governor. In 1878, however, there was a phenomenal victory. Voorhees was appointed Senator No vember, 1877, ami bad to secure a Democratic Legislature In 1988 or leave the Senate. Governor Morton always said it would take a Democratic major ity of 30,000 in the Ptate to give that party the Legislature under the then existing apportionment. Tbe Republicans named Uenjainln Harrison as their candidate for the Senate, and Voorhees was tbe desig nated cnndldato of the Democmov. Ills majority at the ttolls over Harri son reached nearly 38.000, and he was elected Senator by twenty odd majority In tbe Legislature. This docs not look like tbe work of a man from whom victory can be enslly stolen. Something similar occurred tn 1884. Although a Presidential year and tbe State very close on tbe popular vote, Senator Voorhees, as a candidate for re election, secured nearly fifty Democratic majority In the Legisla ture, the largest mnjorllv by which any Senator was ever elected in the history of Indiana. Ills Republican oppoticut was Governor Porter, now Minister to Italy. I submit that while you do Senator Voorhees, perhaps, more than justice in tome reejiecls you do him lnjuitlce In others. Nor would It seem tnat lie is negligent or slothful in retard to affairs in his State at this time. Within the last four months 1 am Informed that he has sent nearly 300,000 documents, mainly on the tarliT. to bis constitu ents, and Is attend Ins, at tbe aame lime, to more business for soldiers In the Pension Office than any other tea Sena tor besides. Perhaps Senator Voorhees Is a wiser and belter political maniger ami a more Industrious and vigilant worker than you have supposed. Imha.va. AMUSEMENTS. Cleveland' JIlrStrClB. A laige and brilliant audience greeted Cleveland's Consolidated Minstrels at Lincoln Music Hall lost night. So great was the crush at tbe box-office that some enterprising persons who bad good posi tions in line bought large numbers of tickets, which they rapidly sold at n large advance. Tho grout gathering was well repaid, for, without the slightest exaggeration, it must be said that tbe minstrel aggregation whleh Mr. W. S. Cleveland has brought to gather Is tbe largest and most versatile that has ever been put upon the stage of a Washington theatre aad that is saying a great deal. From the rise to the fall of the cur tain there was not u dull moment. There was no alternating of laughter and applause, they kept each company from o o'clock to 11. In some other minstrel companies two or three stare bae the whole task of pleasing an au dience, and consequently a great deal of padding hat to be done to All out an evealng't programme, but in Cleve land's combination there It no podding; it it an aggregation of stare, ami aura of a No. 1 magnitude, too. The "jeweled first part" was daz alieg, and In its programme of "ex elusive features" (tie moat famous of the minstrel performer of the country appeared. It ia scarcely Beeeesary to eail ibe attentioa of the tbeatre-golnir, public to the special lies of Luke School craft. Barney Kagaa, Hilly Emersoa or Hugbey iMttgherty, or to tbe dozens of other names with which Mr. Cleve land's very heavy pay roll bristles, but especial ateatioa should be wade of tbe peiforutaace of the C'raggs, who are really woederfu! acrobats. Their work is ekeaat aad rehaad aad has nothing of tke blood rurdlias character in it. Avals to bight, aad to-morrow matinee aad night OlTll-arviea bxaiutaattoa. An eaawiaatioa will be bald at tbe saeaas of the Civil Service Cosailstloa. com) mead eg at 9 a, at- Tuesday, &e (etaber 8, lo All a vaeaaey hi the uoai ttoa of aastataat chief of the Drvsssoaof Becosshi aad JfoirHetr ia tha IlsiBartaaant ef Apiculture. Salary fl.ttda year. CoaifwtHors will he esasaiaad ia lettet writsag, ladexiag, praeariag aoauacript for prietiaj, sum atari si aa; aad ptaof icaduuj. sTashteatt of the District oaa aot eaaspate. Judge A bmaadar )f Saaar, of laaiai aoe, Qa., aa ex justice ef tha Oaorgia Saiaeesae Court, ia vtsfeiac Waahiaataa. Whaa dteiea haaar waa oa the obeajt beach ha aebatUad Mr. Ceiaa, aaar HentasnirtsHve f eoau the Third fisfirasfi dsatrect, to tha bar aad visaed hit cartaa aate to practice. Jueg Spotr is a hate aad hearty old feaflnaiin. aow TU years of age. Major Ha ha, of alsbaws, (wtaactar Aeathsv af that Siaia. ia ia the eaty . Bn fXMiiefe to Isviste aseCMatvy KiatesW ta Vm ISaV ItolHU. lHfJsate VaUT til thtt hsitl aaaww ssaaa flajsejawwpsa pejnar sae ww e amnjVsp la Wasiighjiiii, ajaglaaiaf October Set It k to ba aeaaad he will succeed vtatssaa KajrJUr. )Haf Laiavr, daughter of L. L. Leshw, who watte tavatal aiilitoai ia CiBcajw luisji sfissj tha rrieai fee, ha baaa aaa- Baaeew assaisw -sassr sjt'wp bv eaejBa BMsaaT aaahsito m QiMaa aad la aow t Coea at ska lajrataaloa of the Priaojgf , r vssalfa Ahssaii aha aiae at it ta tha oatohraieti IJcKhtky uii wheaa do tha fajHwaa on tar Mr bhsJM aava aaaw eiHe aaoauB oaa- Taa ul late aMttbod uutesr, catarrh U Uuuutfb the tlo., ! Ii.ju4a SittlJrl)lu t (lunfjUiK 'In. . rw- Kiuta tti cauae of ttc d;n- (..., an i-tLlij lull! .aUJlL. GRAND DISPLAY OF FINE SHOES AT ,J NEW SHOE STORE, No, 929 F St. N. W. Fine Shoes for Ladles. Fine Shoes for Misses. Fine Shoes for Children. Fine Shoes for Gentlemen. Fine Shoes for Boys. All Style of Fancy Sllrrpers. All Colors Made to Match Drams, at WILSON & CARR'S Now Shoe Store, jio. oaa r sTiirrrr n. w., Washington, t. C. THE LAST CHANCE CRV. The venerable and prov erbial "chestnut" is not more familiar than the . tradesman's resonant ory of "last chance" It doesn't rhyme with "Job," "slaughter" or "sweep ing," but 'tis sung in tbe same meter and to most people is quite as weari some as the sharps and tlalH of "Annie Rooney." Thon, why use it? Be cause it tells the story aa nothing else will do. There are no two words In the English language quite so strong at this time. Xaxt week fall trade will begin. The wheels will turn slow ly at first, of course, but they'll turn just enough to let in early arrivals of new fall goods, and they've got to have room. So "last chaste" will have to be sung as a flunk for sum hut low prices; if neces sary we'll repeal the oho ru. For this week we'll offer in llaby Carriages. 7 Refrigerators. 0 Water Coolers. These Will Be Sold at CosU Canopies. Screens. Summer Curtains. These Will Be Sold LESS Than Coat. For this week we'll give 90 per cent, discount on all Farlor, Chamber ami Mitcellaneout Furniture. After this week regular prices. English All-wool Art Square: 3 yards by 8J.fl. 8 yards by $, fl.73. 3yardsby3, $0.40. 8 yards by -U, i7.45. All-wool Ingrain Art Squares: 3 yards by 2J. $4.85. 8 yards by 8, . 5 yards by 8,, 7.!. 3 yards by 4, $8.50. 3 yards by 4. f 0.50. Smyrna Huge: 6 feet by 0, $18.76. 1 feet by 7, ?fi.l0. 8 feel by 8. J8.90. 21 feet by 5, f.5. 88 per cent, off oa Mattings. A one-week price of 75 cents a yard for 10 patterns of Body Brussels. JULIUS LANSBURGH, llilrteeulli and Nlreelt. Dkectery sf Lawyers and Law Fkras, p Ail BELL CAKKINOTOK, ATTORKBT-AT-LAW, SeS I) street aofthweat, Waittnaton, P. q Webeter Law Walbtsag. BniHniinii. Uli H street aartbwett. TsTOQBiSUBY WUSSU.SK, ATTOBXBY AT-tAW. Sal saw aat H at., C-baBjieey BeWiWaa. aaai Tnaisbian aee.. WtiibBninB. B, C. HUIUW, SACaUtT X ladUiNNKT. Attaaaeft at Law, le-44etf sua BiBdiag, Fat- A TONIC. Horsford's Acid Pfefaephate, A eWMat) sttQsVUeWA ttftat MpMIsWbMsv' sMnadlsr eeflaet kCatsaasV bUsbbI SBBBaielb saVWaMsa AaMsWvVisA MaWKstf fAhaal vataaJlsBjr BBtW. eimSiVsWU tkla temsaaafWaasl. aaajBaa seaaeiatpar sbbbs sss""bbw ,bf wBSBsswetat hw H. K. Gsncha, saaaa at -. " aaaaai sbbTsWMbI. 4H aflMatt VetaHal ethW WA MMsM la. i- at. ameaiaa, Test If., "tea aerie toato I ease aaai. aPWsW"TSewp sbsa94PBaHB"Se9Bae rPPewaasj ftiiehlases. f, I- flat ttstbtflMtVMett Wsi teaaaiiBBslBMl 8txmm.-m mm Ma) saara 'aVusasora'a" te Wrfaa Of-a f-k, ka-hdi All saAJJUitai ataCS isHsV" sWJpnlWiljy" " aaaBF naaassBBas aa swaaaBtwaB tan aw 9" flt wNt 'WbJPbIW (pse HESRON & RAMSY, tin p n VVUUIl (M. belli 6 mo. ms v tftuuis s w. yd tot W Acbu.a' iuo , D. C. ovnent OF WBOSWAJW A t0ftf$9f, Qorm int m tm. a w. Upholstery News aaakSaSSaaA asBasl taBaflakaaeaw ehaahJ eaeaaWtiaW t-tjCajkawsj toLtaeMBb FQHnjeMlfTf'lS Wt MNSiNi Jtlftm HIMrfftl SI A tMQUs TstMrawrtst, aeah. T WiTW-(lllfWs taM9 nAk WINWIW 8HADBB. s nma y saaae wsaeww oaawes, nnsws m aar own week ream ar stmvresent sssnie nsskers, cemafetSH ready ta kamt, t yawls leasT sad M matres wMe. only eat eaeh. SATTEKT CnrrTONNBS. 1,690 yants Satteen CrsteaBss, m new aad attraetite eaters ami ruttcrn?, far faWtmr Bed Curtahw, PHMw Oever, Aa., Ineaws wMe, OBlv,ieie per yarw. NOTT1NOHAJI LAOB CUItTAlNS. Here are two extraordinarily gne vetoes tn Bern XotthfRham Laee Curtalasi te ralrs Bern MotttaRbam Late Oirlams, H yards leae aatl49lnbs wMc.onlyfi.tt tertsrfr. 10 parts Sera Xoitlnpbam LseeCnrtalr, H ysrds leec sad SI laehes wklr.eatytt rcr pair. fourth Beer, Woodward A Letatep'a Irfal Sle In all the different attars. Ano lez.Sta. iiea.sfa, 3ec.,tfa. sviif a.,tt.S. Lew's Wild Xate seoisats t hex, at aoe es3sBeJH tlM9f WOODWARD & LOTHROF, Corner 11th and F Sls.N.W. FRANK LESLIE'S Popular Monthly FOR SEPTEMBER, 1890. The citizen soldier has a place of honor in Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly for September, the frontis piece of which is a fine equestrian portrait ot Colo nel Daniel Appleton, Sev enth Regiment, N. G. S. N. Y, The paper, by Lieuten ant A, C. Sharpe, U, S. A., en "The National Guard of the United States' is the most concise, comprehensive and interesting illustrated magazine article on this subject ever published. William Hosea Ballou gives a graphic description of The Great Cotton Belt.' Captain J. S. Payne's thrill ing article, "Campaigning With CraoJc," embodies a tribute to the great Indian fighter, and is a valuable contribution to contempo rary histary. Other timely and beautifully iHustratod articles, such as "Florence and the Beatrice- Dante FepttvaL' 'The Grsntip Vaults of Dresden," by Mrs, fiekiryler Van Rensselaer; "Tke AtitrQeviadcs as They Ar," by Frtir4e G. Mvtktr, atul "So Paucisv tuts IHaftts," by Dr. L. E, Fletc&ver, are ajMMg tjie aavaio fttracifsasf of rjtjg ffafdAalfy bteretii0j MlasVr ivsjr. Tkere ire, 4 uuaJ, ihupt atari, poem, Ite rary aad descriptive e sys in abundance. KHUCATlONAr.. Georgetown University, Washington, D. C. 8oot. or AJffs AW snamrts (oeoree town Cetleae). Tcew term ties Ins Ssptem bar 11. rreisstatory Pevavtatent for Bearders. cotleitate Pspaitwsiit for Boarders anrt Day Mwlars. 3. Havbrs RreiAr 9. -f . PresMent. tCHtcnt, op MlttrCi!tB. Tsr opene Oetrt heri. O. t. MAnetwaw, M.D.. Dean, 811 TettAoat av . a. w. rftoot, op LAW. Term erees owafcer t. s. X. T asTwss csafasaey, wswrtreeowti aaw BatMsstf, ees. P aed atb ste. a. w. jjutmaj meiiAMfw, s. j., neatei. tWeWjUeWyll rwfAMt.trmi mall school. lTTt-WW xiWPtfSjapMf ail AtnanWRxMnie HlvTOWsvH HW StllharT CtSHftea. BeanlneattrttKm, $lfr leateesitts. FrpatMlarsa!resB R. W. BIIiTBCTKR, ChwftMteHatl, aalhealim M. Mary's fwnty, Mtl. vtr Bits cotijBOje for womkj. Aavors, Oaysea take, V. T. Three fall cearses of stwly. Loenthm beaatrftal and healthtal. A reflnwl Ctirtstlaa Mbo, ewbalMlBc readv next September. SOitton fceftbM BSrTBMIIRR 19, 18W. Send lev eateleeme. H. S. FniSDKB, D. ., rrinolpal- 1TUTOBIV8 COMjEOE rRKrAltATORT scnoor,, ew DriHwwIeS, N. J. l)esmllBR9etiee4fwDey8 at Toamt Msa. rrcperes for the best eetlcges, seteatlSe sebeets er bttslaees. K. H.COOK.A. M.Pb.D.. Head Master, "Vf BHJI0OT ACADEMY. ONE OP THE HBST IN NKW ENOLAND. 8tR!entr;in every college te New England. A tboroegh proparatloa. ilrst-etan facili ties In Bncllah. Dulkllsirstiow.larxoandat trastlve. Laboratories, Gymnailnm ami all faellltles. AWe teacher. Terms modorato. Address VEEMONT ACADBMY, Saitona Hirer, VU yASDlXfjTON AND l.BE UNIVB11S1TY, Loihtstoo. Vs. Pec at takkjrae a! rest (i. w. r. r,K. Irtleit. jt visa Aiken's school pou anaa. massrotd, Conn, Establltned In 1H8. lvepares for ooilae, travel and borne. The method by wbteli the mental f acuities are educated wtll be feflwl Ih the seeoM edition of lib Aiken's pam phlet on "Cuneestrated Attention," sow ready, for sale at Drenlaso's, a Union Snare, New Yorfc. TsOcEMATtYIIALL. BOAEP1NO AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIBS, Waffloeford, Costa. Aeadsaile aad preparatory aaarses. Frlaetpalt.MISe'LANSINa and MISa HUUTZ SEES. Cbrlttssai tersa beets OCTOBER 2. Par eatalofiue aUdress ROsEMAHY HALL. ZvXrOItU (Ohio) COLLBQK FOK YOUNO LAUID-, Oiferd.OUe. raaseos Ctaatloal and Ptaklilae fahaol. K teaeberv, MS ttadeats. The Aiwa Mater of 3Irs. I'resldeat HarrWon. Coaservatory ot MaafeaadArt. Baroraan Vaeatteapar tl. MKV. PAYE WALKER. rrattdeat. Tli las BAYAHD'S INBTITUTK. Nor wait, Coaa. A Heae ieheol far Gfct swt Yearn: La4tea. Xeiahar ot aoaralug papHt pjetted te twenty. Ttxealleat advaataees ta Mneie, Art and Ue Lsagaaaas, Oyanastaar. Pteaaaat gsaaaat. Healtafal laeattoa. PnUt boarded iBsaiiah the snnuaer BMtatht- Board, waakiaa and luitiaa la the Baafaah hrsaahni. Jse ier adaatattle year. 8aml far ajiaaltr. VTAKBBRSHLT VMYBBttTY, ytahvtha.Teaa. Tea Fiamiwahha. Sstsl eaah, wtth htea aal- WiLS WUiUMsi. qam MHtatMi actm aUBtaASJsT WOtrttnasP KiU. 'BBoa auj tsaJ HMjfcBA raaa sfaaV sMlsBBBl tteaHal AttsVefMBlS SBBBBbI aBBBBBI latslBsUu BJkJ aaug-ajau laUaT Ha aanBjMpBeJ0B0 aaeavsa afBannanBBaeanFea eanarv eaaw h BJsaaaB4 TjuaAgV a OSasT 14- A MSL.AMtWJ9WUX. O. Ua tttiOaaU aatalatca, aear yhHsilelnhw. I. fir m aMsMa stofnt Matat hW Xsbbbb? 10 YstVaalb elttetlPVteasBVsilMa BteMseanBQMnVaf cnusautt .tmm. a0aaasaBjsiBejBBBjssi LrMfw Aaiauiujnr, .4 H'sMrVj linf eWaHenaCeaJstii Meets MlMAM aftaeUaWs sai iffttrllti XaMsfttsAlnf GSttSh Nr tfftie falaV A SBBaXsaa OOMsBPeaaSBvaate MtaWMti eaVstnaMa natkftMlBaCa) -"--' itaaasuJiaJ aaatWaa, a f-ke yBsWaaaJ njBBBjsjsaaBBSBS senjBwiBa' rBPBfBaaa bbf anaanBB' wwsb attvauuea saaiaes el tay: veay aiea aat location: steaw Ueaica. aaai. ur vaar- s a I'tTY af . ooeBouinuea Its MM cr T 1 UiUiu.lUju tUuruuh Tt!xi n 4't:rt. itddecu tUu btifi'd- ,j Jtis- c' tuaLia !5.iawijtt AMtjSKMKTVTS. Lincoln Music Hall. Iff. J. CtRVBLAJTO .. . Lessee and Mamaev STKCtAL MATINEE 8ATTJRDAT. To-niglit ii STtJPPET) TO TWR TJOOR8 ASM HtrSDRBrS Tl RN1TD AWAY. All WatMaeton ela-l thy waited to see the arenteia mrnstrw ornaniraflon ra tMweean tub ma citv suoiv. CLEVELAND'S Consolidated V minstrelO V1w rfltft of th city atindeit en rnayy ap pltiWro 6Wt y wtv&tfW on ths iwonsttt ivTOumffiiBft. KnrWsaB. Ormeherty. Paawn, aeaQNeraft, PieH, iImkbb, QtlffiB, Marks, Deaeaette, Shaw. Pox. The Won't er of the World, THE MARVBLOfS CKAOOS, and all tha ether notables A WORD TO Til WISBI gceiiie seats In advance or yon'H have to stand .Tlekets on sale at Droop's nrasta store, 9 tja. ave a. w.s W. O. Metterott A On ', 1U0- P tt.sR. P. Miller's. Ms rth st.nml at Llft- eotnMnsle Hall box-onlee from S a. n. to 19 p. m. rTlewt3tW,ne.,SI. anll.Ct I NEW WASHINGTON I THEATRE, lira ST. No Advance. One Tloket to All. T1IKMJKSTIC CONSOLIDATION AND Great Garden Show. Ladles' Mfltlnee To-tnorrow. Neit Week, THE THANSCONTINBNTALS, ITC. 3i2afi .. T HE KEOLIHN. Is tho Great of All Mttsteal iMtrumento Beoauto It performs nny rnasto rora a walla or a bftllnd to an overtore or a symphony more beautifully and more noarly porfeet than any other single Instrument. Tho Aeolian Is not mechanical, bnt tbo manipulation of It Is so simple that a person can learn to play It with from one tothreo weeks' practleo. Yonr vtelt to seo tbls In stnmtcst will bo esteemed a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, 98 I'A. AVE., f ole Agent for Ste!nway and Other First- Class Pianos and Organs. KXOUIISIONS, BAY RIDGE, OH THE CHESAPEAKE, OPEN JUNE IU. Naval Academy Bend. FINEST MEALS. FINEST ATTRACTIONS. BVEKYTHING THE BEST. Trains leave D. .t O. Depot, week days, 0.13 a. at., 1 J8 and 4.M p. m. uutdays, 9.39a. m , I JO and S.IS p m Leave Day Iltdee, week days, t 30 and 8.30 p.m. StiRdars, 8 and 8Wp. m. Round Trip Tickets $1.00 J.T.ODELL, General Minaser. CTIA8. 0. SCULL, Gen'l I'awenKer Agent. Jul,tf suaisiiiit ltKHOiira. LONG BRANCH. WEST END HOTEL. Cottages and Restaurant. Parlor concerts every mornlne at 11 30 o'el-oek sad Sanday evening concerts at tbe ABnteBt Jlallby Ernest Neper's Celebrated Orchestra. Table d'Uole and Restaurant acknc-vN edged to be tbe equal of any In or out of w York olty. D. M. A W. E. niLDKETII. United States Hot . LONO B8ANCU. LAIRD A VAN CLE AP, Proprietor- MeosM tan be eaaaaed at Mansion Uu i Bteetlyn ilelglos. Long Beach Hotel. LONG BEACH, L. I., "On tbe Atlantic." Oaly at Miles from New York Pnteetaad taft awf Batting Beach tn t- Coau. Orebestrel llaw Twloe Dally. POINT IXKtKOOT HOTEL, Ptva stiles east ot Long Beach. Jtoatin-, aalttac and natdag la the bey aad ocean. JOMNT. PEV1NE, Manager. Grand Union Hotel, Saratoga Springs, Paster the Vew Maaagta ent. b Open for 1 1 a to OCTOBER 1. UnasHOS 8. ABAM. Manager. BIIM&B SPBIKGS, N. Y. Hotel Earlington, Pieawsai ssa and Vaw Batabw Xub.lsh saejat.7r Igntttated iaahUrt, dlaiauu BtietBra M. KJLBX.S. Owner and Proprlet jt HW l'UHLIOiTIOKsi. Prineess Rosetta and the Pep-Corn Man, waa aU pnaiaast a Uasteu. la M v K. w 1 1 mm' asatanasty saaanatais eaauuiuUuas i. eai4attnaa) Mi4ftiantmer WIDS AWAKE una)., esarfwluiti. unat Altan bat a popular wdauiuu ioec about "The asaartt'se Water U)y," luliowcd ar "ae (Maaa IXs," ay Mbu tunu. .a that ar atitanaalSiry laaat, "Water uiiu." by Taaasatt-afaea. tea stsaienr ffcutorapby sanWsi has swaae nan narteas aad cwauuai ansaaata- atot- Jeaaia naatuu trmuoet'n .a- tMMJkg ttsailsfSa TIub Hat ol tine Postmaster, it aeiaUe and ewtablj told. There ai. u lasaatiBST lattaUnucu uf tae eriu. "Tu Maw aeahar at aadwiar" and "The iiuLt ut the WUsaaac aVj " UatUe atota'.vu ui j ataavaiarlj sBaasutie "Casaa wf tBeheuaea' tor young md M- 4a4 taere are Ml paaua ui Vaiialikn TMHiihta D. Lothrop & Co., Publishers