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TnE DAiT.Y CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, SErTEMBFR 1,1890. n lEms Daily Critic AjnrAPTTA'. St 0J3r Dmocnitte PaOg Pnper Pvi luted ( WmiMngto. . BMRY B)XBMtf4S t1t WAfitiNtri-iN ori no f-rtt. oFrtca: tfASRIMrTUR CHf. Tt. C. WWW Of Sl'lWC'WPfloS. Br aBnlenBtta prepaid), treat $ month rrrttrth the ertt.t month fUSCKiTiC, MB Street, 8.0. WAamtotoi. B. C, Surf. 1, 1W8. aaaataaiiiaw,... .-.. ...,... - ...... ,.-.. CALLtltfiX IX We trust that no harn measures will n rYqafreri' In the mullet of yello-v tier, tatfegatul helly band, flannel Srowter, tlfcer, Mm nata, etc. All ttem iMsf ikouM be cnlktt In after t)mltrf 9etewiber. Tltey kvrnlmit ttrBtr tla. For three loan; month titer Mtva attorned the perspective, fllltnf it wit color and radiant life, but their CBfnjteMtent i at an end; their date are eMtttteri for the seaeon. Br HMnr Mr. frwalier JlRun I tanked to for it lend In this rtpect, or, felling Mm, Jo Cashon, a the nest In run It, trtitd set the fashion for the mnltittnle. IfeltlKT of three gentlemen can eacape the HtfMHwIMIIty of fume. Xew York lie her IIhmrt Wall, ami other cities we mppifed with leaden of high style, 80 It le that Washington, owlne to the nalttmlj- ecllpee of Mr. It Snkprrnu "Whits, turns Its respectful gate upon TOM TUhd and .To Cas.wh for hints at the latest and lordliest conceits in costume. Meanwhile the niet shoe, the light hat and the silk sah are anaehnmism, frem thie day forth until next summer. They are as much out of place In Sep tember a Jo C.ixxox would be at n Cfteieo germaa or Tom Itnnu Id a game Of polo. They are due, ami they mint Ve called In. J10SKS IN EGYPT. A 11 my rumor cornea to tt concern Ine twtr good friend, Mosks I. Uanut, the well-known joiirnaltst of rallftilel pkta, ami for many years president of that great beneficent Institution, the Clover Club. Tae rumor le to the ef ftct that Mr. IIamhihw Is about to Il lumine hl Administration by appoint lig Haxdy Consul-General at CiIm, Tgypt. We wish to state, and our language! I lam, that If IIaxdt want this place wm hope he'll get It We hope so for IIaxdy's sake ami for Kypt' also. Kgypt hasn't seen Haxdv yet; and, in inert without knowing it, Egypt vearns for him. The spectacle of our IIaxdy, threading his way among the pyramid, while the desert breeae played through hi whiskers, would print a talk of Joy and kindness on the grim meet mummy that lies, swathed in hyMti, beneath the apes of great Pheope. Haxiiy would do Kgypt good. lf! VTOttHJ Uwe It up and jive It ttyle. lie would create a new version to the Sphinx's riddle and then solve the same In a single motion. lie would teach the chlklrt.11 of forty centuries how to be hsppy without cost of other's lean; Low to be gay without mallee and witty without iplte. lie would distil from h) joyous ami gentle nature the dew of twtet humanity. Awl to the tourist In that far-eft land he would be aa a wet case voice irotn home, a finishing tatten, m It were, to the wonders and delight of travel. A we previously remarked, if IIaxhv wants this thing, we are for him. He is a stralghtout Republics, a capable and accomplished isau of affair, and, above all, a, brave anil boaest gentleman la. very relation of life. He would reflect cretlit o the United State at Cairo, or anywhere Use, and the same affeetlo ami esteem that he wins from all who know him Uie would duster about him U the btad of the Ptolemies, awl keep sweet hk memory for ever. TUB ASBURY PARK SCANDAL. The tcamlaloua event that occurred at Atbttry Perk last week Uaiillaeur nut teyte of gosaip. The mwraUat, with aaleean visage, sighing over the effy of the time. Is usta it to pfckM a motal; with aUmriaiM to k the wit kj maklatg hie coavenaikM sparkle; ajMl th tcaaalal mocker. ith he4 LklX ami skill at exaggertioai, is h akieg the sot of it everywhere. The earn person, most injured by the set urn lens evtat lh lady of the sea tasiMi recti ves from the seoJUif pub Ms hast lttU sympathy, awl her suss, an hoaoreu 00, is haisg ismwriagly by cynical isTgtaw. sajsl gkeiiaal by aaany naesr awi woMsm wha Vm U the fnilset kind of guw Aai yet tbta lady ts entitled 10 the afwfXHsT f every falraainded mi tM if fair daaM ma w tw pmeL Upe a twenty ef the mat her earn the he held leepnaalhle to any way far the btutaJ aniiitta dust hMsttod hag aeanHiiMl to the lawleM coaetis: of wfcfch he has heea gttiMy- We wu a IMgami Mead of her huahand. who has! jtiVgii hfati; into the hospe rtwrat ami wnt earn iimther's weixht 0 ei4eav iadl AajM that her whukms wish hlas had law kt aay way improper. Ue ht4 Mkme Inte her f aaolly apamsmUly a biaj hggiajai young man, imd had hetsi tMatail with gsioua awt ihsrat-lerisrif PnSt ISM MrftdAuuAa of uAumi ejaFms CTisi" w sf,"fw -- msjswnsaaa't'aapspam -mm 4tcleifaid is bis couduct. UtelU p eHHtfjf uuuily courteous tad mtajp kM ajel contirierate always eer mmV md "fnU of life." he wu weak mnenViiaarty in osvh d4rmtitoai Hi nanninpnnnaBeraj f rr' w wsmpae mnfaft ttemfstntOl ennmmnwmweml tlQl liflakoHe enanaw taapem' p B - -- pnaassF MniamnmUL aVmmt WmUnmt tftlltJrillrt VjU ft ejpilOTBBaB mP, wmanmam enparmnaanaas fgf IPtjitty twrhiimrt. aarrelawnie, dajayr- afMigVHmAllBiMt A lUftJIgnmC. Ht blaJttkamVA W. PVVgffr paep apppann' anpannnnnnm mr SIMM of ihia f eating, the hero of several hajeruiu eaupaswi of vk4ene, m om f wbUh he a shot by a friend who u lUM hia vwmpankio at bouU of ui axi saaau.tt upon whuae life ht wea jjjtUiget UettaM. After tti. the lady a dJawry Ptj ecejtf readied hiss m ioar u a fritmd of the lamtty, asd rtfuaed to recofsUe him a fat that rxr itril his aneir, and whrn he wv Intrxlotr'1 frcrtol him. Thi explains but mjea not excuse Ms drnnkm cotidwrt, wfttelk wj will fegt all trie l.v of his life. Me cafiDml re pair the wrong he hea ovme. tie call make no rrpareftrm of hi conduct. ITe hs 110 right t live fot any otmw prpre rtan to b ashanwtl of hfrneaif. Tmtms i a ro! cwhh th e PiMrtmaattt (Je ami Pwi ftAtrosf. fdtfot of the W. Is vety 111. lie to ttdfertag from a rnrimtt attach of Thwmtto fever. Rnt HATToir will b fiatntiMl to heeJtn soott, nmi wt mng hn mlehl twl pen Mftiit ifrnklM: Things lively He would be "mmfe ae srnt.d a dollar" erithovt ant uBnecev aaty ilelay, ami live forever, If the frtr-jtrlly wiahe of TnR Cume trnW oVwtor him Into physi ral orlflee and ar- a a life ptr-etmr. RestleM, aeurfive arid it mettmts a little nnjut In nll imial pomlmji, pRAXit JIattor I a bl 1 earieri man who would do Inj itlee mallcfoflvly to no men, not even to his dearest fr; and he hat that dt and energy in all hi undertakings that make men vnlnab'e to any community. Washington couldn't get along without him and be a prosperous a she would be with him. WHiw M. Pah. Bimst, the keenest of fault Anders, saM he would not write abfnk about the country from which he borrowed his patronymic paeitdonrm, Ik cnu e he could not And any faults In the Irish people, the utterance was voted the most graceful of compliment. lint the witty Frenchman reaches the acme of elegant trlbuie making In the following- M- Take the hair of Hindoo, The ne of a Greek, The month of the KmrHae, The comphrthm ef a German, The btltfnl ef a Nnrtrpgimi, The feet of a Chlnefe woman, The teeth of an African, The arm of a Belgian, The leg of n lUfUfl girl, Tbe ate of 9pr.rt1, The grace of a French woman, Ami jm 111 hsvmn American beatty. Now the question atlsea, how does Paul know all about herf Mm. Ili-rrs N. Hhodkj of lllrmlng hsm, Ala., accompanied by the ladle of his family, is paying Washington a Ull. Mr. ItiiooKeis the founder and active head of that successful newspa per, the Illrinlngham Kvening AWr. It Is "Be of the moat influential jour nals of tbe South, ami growing as rap idly and Mibstaaltnlly a the wonderful illy in v.li Idi ltl publhlud. Cai taix IlAaei.KM, formerly app dnt u vnt dork of the Interior Depirttnint, la an interview with a Cntnc man. en courages us with hopes of Demoerat'r, or rather antl llepubllcan, ucrea la South DakoM. Ami, In this oplnlxi, the Captain Is sutalned by Senator Pfttiokkw, who antlclpatea the defeat of Senator Moiit by IINTLMrr Tnirr. Jlarptr't Wttklg, in sounding the charms of Washington as a honeymoon shrine, say: "Hut Darby ami Joan, In the felicities of tbe honeymoon, cannot lie tuppcted to have . . . ears for oratory that make the . . . House a plooe of Intrtt for the student," Julll bj rewnt jierformance. we sincerely hone nut HOTEL ARRIVALS. Xtitxtaal H. F. Turner, Haltlmore; J. K. KlUgwuW, New York; Joe4t A. Arthur, Chrltim, XV. Va ; A. J. 0 ark, Mrs. C A. Hark, Uaeaeter, S. C; J. F. Xberbanl, II. C. Scbwtkke, New Yors; C. F. Br.iwa, Bottoti, Mais.; K A. (leti lager, Maryland: Wilhsml). Uaa-aa. Il.rrisburg, V. til. Jamtr-T. MoBar, 1)lu, Tex.; A. risse, a. Ulto; M.. I Uffonl, BlrmlaghiBi, .ta:; J ''", Nw Vork; FenHMtad w'."" -tiatlelitbU; Wtllianj Webster, J. J. Ciajjan, Toledo, Ohio, Jaiaes Lauaiiau, Cieago, 111. Jmptriai Rorg E. KutMll, Thomas Parker, Fretl. Jubaou, New York; L. P. A1IB, Ilobokso, N. J. Metropolitan J&m W. Frtzer, Atbvllle, Ala.; J. . CMbfaa, South Carolina; S. U Klklt-s, Nw Yoik; J. 11. I), Kowaa, KaUltuore. H HtunTi WIIHam WUhiaseti, HlrmlB--haw, L'oeu.; J. N. Wear, Fargo, Dakota; W. I- Utr, St. Cloud, Miaa. Netu-J. A. QuaekasUwk, SttUwater, Mich.: Mm. J. I. Hatch aad Mha Hatch, New York; Mrs. II. K. Mood, S. M. Kood. PWbuMpUa, Pa. SkwtkamK. C. SattWr, KaaM City, Mo.; W. C. Wallace, New York; J. I'. TarUa, Beffato, N. Y. JrlbipUmSmmutt William aad John Kaa, Jr., KUaabctb, X. J.; Rev. K. ti. O Una, New Haven, Cua.; K. M. Jus aad li. Jones. St. lowla, Jto.; Mam Oary, iUt tiHHMe, Md. Jr. 41 Joscith li. Ijwd and wife, Sawuel K. Waid and U, Lhlcae, 111. XurmumlU Mr. tteruarv, LesUMltoa, K.; W. K. hhirtiag, L1kao, IU. i.hiuiY. p. Lewi, SteiUwevUle, Ohio; Y. J. itulIU, Salrui. Ohiu; L. H. Grim, PUladclpbla, Pa.; W. L. Abeott. PUtobturg, Pa.; W. H. CkawtMrUa. Dwtrolt, Mirb., tieucral fpf UmOeat, Virgfada. Uctuseratic tVUdutu. Frtm Uu St. lH rui-Dupatci-The imeasintsa with which the caw paLw Penneyivania hi viwed by Re TiiiMJrnn ojfjuu every whe U the hast eves' fill rii of the wisdom of the Peauasyl vaeja XWaneerais Is nowiaatiait Pattl from THBOtrrsrasiYS "aaia Ti t tTtHielme. ae met ms. ami M aanei U rhsegad Jw the weafcaaaa of man. Take ce! Take caael Tls a deapatete way to goad is weU te the end of his den. Tahe heed u yowr CtvtHiatwat. ye, em yew wswulde buU of niriiarsaa- - There ae siagee, Mm Fori In )m artmse the CfftMnaMnfiattft pavti. May Yi4tr saajaea aaay eeeae. hu thee omnso km tbe psthmi el enteral it asav msat'tv wove, he the Veopie'e wttt, mi the o'er ioHiwf fa always wahybt. "It U nut ewr faeter ' say the rtrh mi Siu, tie the hwda ui ayatew old tud mat sees) ate tee aaahes of agateaaa; so the earn viti cute it we osm the . it win eocae I peat U the saaerigm, Wad, at W ,ii w etorw if bt he denied: The law to aatag Instant is 1 wey terraad; and on every hand ant the warnings (wtd T heed of otu reogseas' Its lent h teed on taw awtaj it slew with w owe SAnammmmmmmK kubtmrnmrnmUsma lal ftVsmmlC mmt lmm OafewtHT (kt fmiawl ''annewnsB' mar pnaaanmng sanw snanr twana1' sis 4MJf iMM WNl teaWml QP 1M fSmmv" Wmmwf' M&WU& WUk SWmtf Csmmtnml! lnmW to cry i K to itf V Jhtwlk tt v1hmmmMtvl team) ImmWlA fltf MM eBAftKat ifemMI iuf Hlmnvi bn-4 ft $MjB0& fOU ftJJMeltfltl ftftd intftjiHpiiT. TeVivB atafttt. Ayff kmWnf JnammtamvamTMUvk MiemmWft hai-- gfTfj jcjjjk ijtwrwr alftw itjt 4nU ftOnanrnmrnwammV it isl town She "iTte whte the track is harxad by a harrh-ada m the -" strneta Jul,. ByU AU,'. CHUNKY TOWLES. Mil mum out m Uft of a cm! Tkm unm. An (M ttntMt OreefW ami tra n- jMHtmwrntii aj- tm hmh Nranmtf Set a .wen tiirtnt Wh i Iek. fttfitt Watttrton in thr f'onrier Jotttnat. The other afternoon 1 marie a pil grimage to the grave of Chunky Towtea. tt la hard by the outskirts of thts vil lage, in an old family buHal ground. wherein, surrputrdtd by leaa celebrated ami more respectable of hi kith and kin, the famous gambler lies by the M of four brother, placed In regular queue of birth ami death, for all the world like. a aiHAroirt rt.ran or rniw. The sun wna slowly sinking behind an elbow of Short Mountain, half raised, as It were, to throw a last triumphant beam upon the green monml of one who hail many a time thus held his best trump for the last ami not a sound con hi be heart) except the mill wheel on Charley's Creek making muffled noise like the distant shuttling of cards, with an rrrasional pattee ami jerk, like the rattle of a stack or CHIPS. Upon a broad, nprUlit tablet of marble, somewhat the worse for nge ami exposure, and tilled back a little, a a chair might lw when occupied by a gentleman In the act of seeing another gentleman's raise, arid raise him back again, there appeared (n letters bold, round ami open the simple legend IH'.RK MR THR K EM A INS OF OLIVER TOW1.F.S. Born Jnne 90, l"0a, died Match 9, 1SA8. Aged 99 jra. 8 m. and lTdys. The addition of another line, "They called him Chunky for luck," was only needed to complelo this history, for no man was better known In his day, from Pittsburg to New Orlean?, from Cincin nati to Jlobllc, than Chunky Towlesl Descended from a line of cavaliers, who had settled at an oarly period In Virginia, albeit, undistinguished by alllanco with the house of Powlmttnn (the Towleses being, ns a matter of fact, mostly blondes!). Chunky Towles was not what woulil be considered In the modern sense an educated man. He disdained the aSIAI.ti AIITS AND AMIS OF CULTUItR, and In Ills very boyhood there arose n dissonance between him and the school, mutter, which he could never quite overcome; though he developed a great talent and pnscluu for dt ciphering hel roglvphlcs, particularly upon the btcks of knaves, and even of klmrs aid queens, and was woll verted In the ancient llgyptlan lore of Faro. Indeed, the whole Htctaturo of t'ae plctorl il paetvboatds he held at hit fl iger's en la. aod lOl'LD FLIP A JACK from the bottom ot the puck, or the middle, as the cute might require, a deftly as Mr. Speaker Iteul can snatch a Democrat out of his teat, to make room for a Republican. Not too tall, like hla brother Arthur, and always prone to embonpoint, he possessed a person of admirable pro portions before hi close application and sedentary habit had augmented his adlpoee from the left to right in dliregard of the perpendicular Hue; ami to the date of a dire tragedy, which darkened the latter year of bis life, h temper was of the gayest. There wa nothing of 'the John Oik hurst about him. He got a great deal of fun out of hi work ami when It had to be done he, like Ariel, did hU spirit ing so sweetly end so neatly that its victims commonly exclaimed: "Let him da It again." He became both A WOK DBS AND iKBHoil lolls provisional colleagues, for he was constantly performing acts of mul tiplied kindness and charity to the un seasoeed ami inexpert among hi patrons. It wa hi rule to ruin no man. He often, a the saying was In those days, "west broke" himself rather than drive a customer to the wall, and as often he Interposed to rescue very young players from the tolls of the wayward Goddess. There Is many a graybeard hereabout, who, In moments of COKFIUBHCB AMD EFFUSION, recall, with a graatful heart, the genial admonitions of Chunky Towlee, a?, lead IrK him outside tbe door, be observed, "Now this ain't no place for stch as you. I've know'd your father an mother wncc we used to go to camp meeting to gether, an' I ain't agwlne to let you bet your money, or lose a ceet, here. It's only a matter o' time In a game like this, an' you've got bo more show to win nor a gross-hopper!" Robin Hood, hlmtelf, was hardly more courageous, benefleeat sd cireumspect, as to tbe objects of hi attention; more intrepid with tbe rich and strong; more generous with the weak and poor. THE OKA l, HISTORIAN of those times, to whom I am Indebted for many remlaUeesees of this hero of a thousand Up a ad slams, though I re member him very well myself, tell me an excellent story illustrative at once of hi goodness of heart and bU getdu for his voeaHoB. At a fashkwalde water ing place he observed some of the young genlleeaea of hie own vicinage play lag recklessly, and losing heavily against a gambler from a distant coun try. Immediately he stocked a pack of cards, or, as the current phrase put a, "Mil KCK6 IK X tOU DUCK," which he artfully deposited oat the lap of oswof his youthful diaeiples. But the novice was ctuaaty in the higher ad MK Iniahed efoilttions of the fame, and having made three unsuc cessful ef oris to eateet the necessary exchange. Chunky begajt to fear that failure would ctown his well lnUmtioaad eaTort; whereupon, going behind the gflinhltr, he suddeaily brushed an hat aginary spider aT the lapel of the Ut ter' com. In the momentary diversion the suheritirtfiaT was acooanpstehed, the hands were dealt free the false dock. asd TMC KS1T1KO Ul(. The gMavt was. of course, draw-poker. ditaur a great deal of raising, ami back rahdBjr, d the atcuauiatioa of a una Mf of symbolical coin upon the table, the tnasncthw came to what was then sad way still be unhnkajty known as s "showdown," whs the prole sAqsmI displayed four hhaga said the eauajleur four acve wiosdng the tfrsAi The gambltr hot raj ad not the niwiiUnT esnotL or turprW His voice was perfectly steady Md txasuiull. as, geatly pushing tut iYOJtY toL'STKJU lonjMrl hat tAaajtosiant, with a fiouetaaaus "that's sjmiI Tr." V nlmmrml with the fsiiateal tuipk-aoa of a drawl. "Mr. Towkt ' the post tiajM you see a spider biting me, plaooe kt hlui bits on ' C'huoiy TowJt was ouver a mdiUnkn of the cbtss villi wbli b U- public has bttn made autre or leu t aualur by the caret r of the bate John hUurUaey and the penoo of the cuntemporauevus Mr. Mkhaatt MtiDoaald. He did nut at any ilaut: aspire tu a scat ia Cuugrun. H x nld hm r framed the liohlp of in 'hlog except A r ARn-TAKr.H. But he wa a believing Ttnctft of the stftovd of Jeffertrm m& imlrnm: tbe mtttr of wlrotn, Indwd, he knew ven wrli, havliig had many a frtewflv eri rr-nnter with OM Hickory m the race course and In the cork pit. Chnnkv dW not trouble himself mweti about candidates ot platform. He voted the straight Demotimtlc ticket right from the shoulder, atrd, when occasion seened fo make it nuesaary, he voted earlv and often. It la rrlaterl of him that In lSTO. grown weary waiting for the coming of the latest Intelligence front the Rational Democratic Convention, then sUtlmr In Baltimore, he retired to hit bed. An hour or two after tiding of the nomi nation of Franklin Plefce arrived; and Mr. Samuel Hugs, Ohnnky' pointed guide, philopher and frfeml n KARKEHT DRHOTttVT withal, and a gentleman of etentre k howled geproceedl at ortce to awalre the sleepinc sportsman. "And who in the h Is Franklin Piercer" says Chunky. "Why," says Mr. llagg, "Franklin Pierce is the son of General Ilcnjamln lIerceof revolutionary fame. He was a distinguished nepreeentatlve ami Senator In Congress from New Hampshire. He was oflered a sent In Mr. Polk's Cabinet and declined It, ami he fought gallantly in Msxlco as the youngest and most brilliant of New England's brigadiers!" "In that cae," says Chunky, with decision, "I'll get up Ami dress." He did so, ami came down to the City Hotel, In front of which a goodly com neny was enjoying the summer nlghtla discussing the news. As Chunky ap proached, a leading Whig exclaimed: "Here Is Chunky Towles, now, ami I'll bet him $100 ho never heard of Frank lin Pierce In his life, and can't tell who he Is, or where he's from." Chunky paused a moment, gated compassion atcly upon his Interlocutor, and then, with an nlr of composure n ml authority, said. "Put tipyourpocketbook.Colonel. It ain't good sporting rules TO WIN ON A CKnTAINTT. Franklin Pierce, sir. Is a son of General llenjnmln Pierce of Revolutionary fame. He was n distinguished Representative and Senator In Congress from New Hampshire He was offered n seat in Jlr, Polk's Cabinet, and declined it; and ho Berved gallantly In Moxlco. as the youngest and most brilliant of New England's brigadiers. Ho Is the very man wc wanted. I was for htm from the first. Hurrah for Plerco!" As is indicated by the dates of his birth and death upon his tombstone, Chunky Towles was still a young man when UK 1'AtMKD IN HIS CIIItCKt. In spite of his assiduity, his professional accomplishments nnd his mother wit, ho laid bv none of the goods of this world. It was with him, a with the reft of his tribe, chicken to-day and feathers to morrow. Of him It could be said, at was said of the oarly lawyer of his native Old Dominion. thntlit lived high, worked hard and died poor. PERSONAL. Mr. Powtlcrly drcstes neatly In Wade, antl hi linen is alwavs clean and spot less. HI bead I bald and he w-tan gold-rimmed spectacles. . General Longstreet is understood to be cngagul upon n history of the civil war. ami especially cf the campaign in which he had a share. M. lloson de Talleyrand-l'erlgord, Prince de Sagan. although nearly 00 years old, is still In disposition and manner a young man, and one of tbe Tiiltlt-tt gnu meet delightful personagea in all Purls. Dr. Norvln Green, the head of tbe Western Union Tolecrnpli Comrmay, Is a Kentucklan of giant frame, nearly 78 years of age. He was a practicing phytlclan In iho oarly days of bis ca rter. The youncrst college president In the country Is Professor "VY". A. Quayle, who Is at the head of Ilaker univer sity. In Kansas. He la not yet :t0, ami Is a flee pulpit orator as well a a scholarly thinker. Colonel Elliott Y. Sliepard ha -recently put chased a tract of ground at White Plains, N. Y., overlooking the Hudson, for which he paid ox-Mayor Grace $08,000. Ho Intends to erect a handsome residence on It for himself. Probably the smallest millionaire In the country is Jacob Sellgman, who la hardly more than four feet high. He came from Germany when a boy and went to Michigan twenty years ago without a dollar. Ill fortune I now estimated at 119,000,000. Mr. Langlry's plans for the season are even now very doubtful, for it Is just announced that she will not take the Princess' Theatre, where it was said she was to revive "Antony and Cleopatra." Her unfortunate experi ment at the St. James' Theatre seems to have discouraged her, Illehoprics appear conducive to long life in England. There are at the present moment so less than Ave sptrl tual peers of the House of Lords, who are over SO year of age. Tbe IIUUop of Worcester is 88. the UUhon of It ah ead Well 88, tbe HUhopot Winchester SO, the Bishop of Norwich 81. and, most vhxorou ami lusty of all. tbe liUkop of Chiehattter, Who, at tbe age of 88. is still able to make loug dto uhb U)UH, to read and eajdy Stanley's let book, and to express sympathy with those who tud pleasure In dancing. ICaajMiu ble. nm Mr Mtm far Sua. "lie shouldn't say shoulder are to thoso eova-lrysaos." "Why nott" "They have nothing hut swoed. lie ought to any shoukier blades. " Hood's Sarsapanlla I carefully praparad from MtpwtHfl. -uotmaw Steedseke, Pock, Ptnatasewe. Jauaioor harttes aad other well kpowB asd vapw)W vmetahje reatedmw. j a aeon War aaethtavi tton. atooortton awt process, givtag to Boat1 smiiijinnnl auutlv town not peaaat4 by Other rnettwtae It TciU restart able eases waste other fM Hood's Sarsaparilla I the best stood rvriaar before the pa). It trawvate every isaauritr aa4 euces Soaof !, Salt awteae. ae'U. rimyim. aU htnaMW, dMMMfintl IttawUflUanMWami ik aMfttmeOlnaU QtattaWtwi laWMUCf . ' 'tt'tifh. MM0. I taM LiTtf i 0ltlljlaJt, 9T AWm I UMrt ftfttilff. tlWitc. Hat JtA tKldiCael T faw MjtfWIal Hood's Sarsaparilla sU "a aaoe aaaut: at Lumt " tueh baa asv us tooaaariti la Imu. Hat . what It ht awde. that wwi aeithhathnade aat taaiBHttaejiwUBNi- iwwelt eajBtiaU aajttaer aeU aH ut Huua hanupgitaia taiul all Qthm aaraaaartiia er amadnaaV a. She saate tueuaa u nittniaay ajl vie tat uoantcg. Hood's Sarsaparilla i (atreisar la the i-nwWi-nn a rtl tirnflnf all i ( aauole- " It Ir l mna nail it kH.MF It-vucu taaodj wul U s4ptd a the tiMltJ iaea lue- Pa aat at U'Ux,ed to bay uthu i-i--ra"-aw la auie to get akio4' aaraoaniu auht bf all antaahtu ti. (urK. -pared unl bjr C L uocu a to UaelMiaae- FOR A GOOD SHOE itlSIT Wilson & Can's For an Easy Shoe GOTO WILSON & CARR'S. IjmtnW WWW ttrt J8ttW8 StWL tpMh tlfHfi at ft a rt ut Wilson & Carp's Inlilnnnlile Mine Men, No. ao r KTitmrr x. vr WWB((to, D. C. BAt.TIMORK STDRB, 4 milt o YtnsT iiAi.Ti.nnitK STitmrr. IT IS POSITIVELY SO, Wc can't Impress a need of prompt action on your part, with reforenco to availing your selves of the particular advan tages of this "ante-fall" sea son, any more forcibly than to give you our word that the current wcok is the very last opportunity we can give for re ductions on summer goods. "What wo sell wo must dispose of quickly, because fall stock Is already beginning tocomo in. If not sold, the few baby car riages, water coolars and re frigerators we have remaining mutt go Into the storeroom. Now, you know onough about business to realize that wo'd rather sell an article at a big sacrifice than to store It. II tit that one thing or the other mtttt take place "la positively so." Therefore, we remind you to consider well our large dltcounts on Furniture, Car pets, A-c. Here Is an Idea of what we are doing: Hi st Quality All-wool In grain, made ami laid with beet jwper lining, 75c 100 Mofjuette Haesooks, tSe. 100 Body lliutsel Ottoman, 80c. 100 Moquette Ottomans, SCte. 200 Smyrna Huge, -1 feet by 7 feet, f 8.10. 75 All-wool English "Woven Hruggotts. 00c square yard. "Worth $1. ISO All-wool Art Equaras at 05c per square yard. Ttedueed from fl. Best Quality Eeamlees "White ami Fanoy Straw Matting, 8$e a yard. You oan't possibly make any mistake on any redueed qoods, hut you'll make a big mistake If you don't secure them this week. JULIUS LANSBURGH, Thirteenth uuil F Streets. Dliectery of Lawyers and Law Firms. pAWBELLCAHHINQTOK, ATTORNBY-AT-tAW, tat D street aertaweat, Waihtairtoe, D. a Watttter Law Bauattag. TlaMiiiHi, 13M H street aartbwest, TUOOOBUKY WHBELBaU """ ATJOKKBV-AT-LAW, Ml aad M 41 at.. Ohannasf MUau, asar laaa a? ., wmatnotoa. B. c. iteattaaswUwOoartsUtlytBaaatat aattal fttaueorae&iaatr.lBt. iaff-U St. rUlLUW- . 9. ZAOtlRY r. . McSBtmsY. PUlLUf. ZACKBY Jt iloKEKKKY. Attends at Law, A TONIC. Horsrerd's Acid Phoephate. I tatujaajt tt&Qa)ilaMA MMl aaBnafSaatollff tt aMMtWsMUM aJ ale AaThai tfbeaVV fafnhmfftA nuMYi SaaV HnWaaaf obbTM aflaWMM tnW ar a. K. Ctjaae. inttni. at Y., tap jV ka UKgeaeadl 4af MMt 'UAnM ftV Iknt taamlaw aag aaetvUrtse Jalaaaan - Dr.. S- Watt HwMhjnnta -. iMiuanaa ttiaattA' 'tBaanaul. aaa eBaeaTwaaniBr vraaaaBaawa'W'aw' STsaangaaaaa) Uamaiu gJ aamaenMfcltllntei eamml fanytttnaVaVanll GaJB'IaM.-aw aaaa la wad anw aramSawiiH lnp wewH eMP wawa waanaWfP apnyay antanny HgRRON & RAMEY, U4i HJX4V4k KO. law PaTtUH K- V-. aK as Vaaaiagtos. B- U. OFFICK OP OWM lita tM Ft, b, w. ate ntffl OBBttwe t hat SPBCt A L SAI,H OP M 9m amt eeseit awtty eertrnir new ami eceea fngij' flee vargnTM). st-taeh Bitra M envy Weacnen oer flisti lamaslt. cmty attc jot yard. A chance for Jteepers of holeta, wsewl Ing lwns. e. a tech Bleaehst Imfsaen, ra beaett fttl desten. Onlr ?t- rer rant. TttMh. sse. and SI rr yard. An extraordmary offertng. The best line of "Powets at Kc. we have yet ptaeed on sate. extra vataea In imssn Crastt at. Ke., iste. and We. per yard. Large sire Bteaehed and UnMeaehett Tnrklsh Tewel mr the bath. Extra heavy quality, see. etteb. On ear bareaSh table la front of Lfaen Pepartmeet we haved placeit sereral different design In neck and lHtnetk Tov els of fine imtde both In i netted rrmee and hemstltehed, only Mto, each. Hotter Tnwota, already made, both plain and t wilted crash, i yards lootr, only e. eeh, ja.W per tiozen. ffeeoed Hew. KKW MKCKVTKAR FOR MBN.-Ve control for this city the prodtrctsof one of the best, If not the best Neck wear eoaeerns. The best material and Host shitted verk-peepte are Bstil. H reneh-e skill, aeqelred only by lee oxjwrleoee, to mako ami shape a scarf altoffrtber pleating this reannfMtnrer ha It. We are showte a wlBdow fnli of a Urst Pall order. eotorlne. designs, and (hApe, cjwwltnrly catehy. The price, more Men's department, 1018 F st, XKW FALL JACKBTS FOltMISSHS ANDCHILURBN.-Wolmve Just re ceived an early arrival In Mlseea' ami Chlldrenfs Fall Jnekets, In rialn Navy, Wain Green ami Navy-nine Chevron. They are made reefer ihapetl, roll collar and libth tboakl crs. Sires 4, 6, J, 10. It, 11 and IS years. Trices (8, t, , .W, STnml tT.Meeeb. Alo another lot of Drown Striped Cloth, same shaped. sice , 10, It. 1 1 and 1 years. Prices $!.!, SN J6.S0, JO ami M-50 each. TWrd floor. THOSK SEW rnltCALK SHIItT WAISTS FOR L.DIBSare Roliucvery faat. He Iter make yotsr selection bow wtrlle wo have a eomplete stoek. They are plaited bnok and front, full sleeves and high shoulder. Only ttc. each. Third floor. ANOTHER NKW ART FABRIC We liave Jat received a new Art Fab lie called "Iletlyweod" Cloth. It It Hl for C ttrtaltx, Pf. Fltlows, Chair Cover, Table Covers, ete. The ttltehe itseil are innet',1y ilarnlns eltch. wttrkmg thread), rope Hk nnd linen rh. The eoiers are 8e, (lree, Mee, Ootdee lVrowa, Term Cotta, ete., tt lah wMe aad only SI. tt per yard. feeeoad floor, annex. WOODWARD & LOTHROP, Corner lltlt nntl P Sts.N. W. r.nUUATIONAT.. ly BSLEYAN ACADEMY. Wllbrabats, Mat. Obo of tbe balNlocen beat aeademte and eHitleal tebsol la New BBgland. Tbe pay ment of iet la advance will eever erdlsary tultten, with loard, fer'fall terra, hetieatsx AUOUST n. Ead for eatalocue te KEY. 0. M. STHBLE, IMaelpal. TlEADVILLE TnEOLOOICAL SCHOOL, Meadvltle, ra. Fdueata fee IheCbrhHIaB Mlahttry. Room rest and tuition free. An efitraaee fee ef 10 fer car, beat aad eare of room. All expomo moderate. Term beats SEPTEMBER . Addre HE V. A. A. LIVEUMORB, D. D., rrcttdeat. Maadrrlle, Pa. JT. JOHN'S COLLBQE, Aaaa pan, Md, t timlaa iibbwm UTI1 8BPTEU I1SR. BaaM VeparHawits aad tear aamitai ef tttuly. BaHdtaiai haatad by ateaau Term taedorate. Vor eetateeae actdrea tbe atari daat, THOMAS FULL, LL D.. Ph. D. pIEHC'K CHStaTIiN COLLBflB. COU.MAK QlfY, QALIBOBNtA, AFaBesaeaasilBrUahM aadtaattia- awa. Ata fttvT,lPT"JltraltJiiit OinaamBaaanaW JSAlAa, XanmaamaiBBBBfaV. UBaaent& J. e. KBtTtt. Ptitatennt B Bim.BYaCtt. Boat net. Vaw York otf. llAjtuB fu-arA aaaV Wttaata Janea, " ata,ftar L-l. Yvtaanrmmr, iaaaaatar. Pa. Tapaaw- BaWrtiTflliiMiY laVagam, -, Hand ahtttax- aear aut aatataaa a aaaaaaaat af the aaad naanaara tavaaar. At ta iajMtjM. ale. lnattar auiHi aaa aa aaHaaaa. Yala. W KHr w w w eatwftf InBnf aJhfi L Wul ae aaat ua AyabcaUua. BUDCATIONAI.. ST. VtcnUXS. JCADBYY FOR TOt?33 la mm Aim childrm metjam MOSDAT, SBFT. t. ttraste and Taajtnj. Beeetre Bpeelat artJim Attention. aittB BBULTTB SCffrjOL CF LAlTOTJAtiK Tl lflh st. n. w. TBRMS, $10. she hi Wew Tort, Bot Bostoa. f'ntiajaal Part, rrwiue, Bap '; Moeoow, Beapaat iiichbu. uoaniTiim. and Tji'esuen. Qetinanv iiOBqon, Ttxtaaanar tNieTTTtrra Jj Miitflh st bet. t and K . seteet elajaaeet ana reathenYattoat tenooi tar OT8iWHK!mvfen Jot Harvard, Tale, rrtneeton, Jeha HoaVtn, Lenfeb, and oUier oolrece and nntrgrsMea: for the Mtentne schools, tmited. State Mlit tary and 9avl aeadealle and for Imstae, apeetal depart a ent for boy between ami If years of see. a fntl eonree ra mtrtern Jan iisrvb. f or paiTnjQ'mjii aaQr . cn CTtAS. D. TQCXO, anev m XJORWOOD INSTfTUTK HeopernSErTBMBKR , with lnreae t facnlty and many Improvement. MR. and MRS. WM. D. CAnBLt an8,tf Principal. Georgetown University, Washington, D. C. SCHOOL OF ARTS AND 8CIKNCB9 (Oeoree town College). New term bettns Seplora her 11. PrepBrntory Department fer Hoarders. Cotleetate Department for Hoarders and Dtty 8eholars. J. Havers RiCHAftm, 8. .T., President. SCHOOL OF JIBDICtNB. Term opens Ooto berl. O. L. JUsucdeb, M.D.. Dean, 815 Verment av. n. w. SCHOOL OF LAW. Term opens October 1. 8. M. Yeatman, feoretary, QeorRetown Law Ealldlnp, cor. F and Wh ets. n. w. J. HAVENS RICHARDS, S. J., Rector. awlttoieplg ni.imr- ST.MAIIY't f A4thyerOl I iTcrra rood pal .I83A, T.MflRY'SFEMALESEMlNARY, ST, MAHY'SCITY.Ml).. eoramwie It 46th yenr vur. i. infraction ittorongn, erato. Address tho prlnol- pHARLOTTK HALL SCHOOL. int-tteo Situation unurpaMed for health. Engllsb, Claselcal, Mathematical, Commercial nnd Military Course. Hoard and tuition, $teo for ten months- For particulars addros It. W. SILVESTER, Charlotte Hall, a,?td.?m Bt. Mary' County, Md. VIT ELLS COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, Aurora, Cyua Lake, N. Y. Three fall oourro of ttndy. Location beaatifat ami healthfut. A rflned Christian boaie. New baltdlng readr next Seotembcr. S0Mln tecln 8KPTBMDER 18, W. Send for eatatoeae. B. S. FHI8BBB, D. I) , I'rlaetpal. OT. LUKE'S SCHOOL, HuitletoB, sear Philadelphia, ra. A blgh-eia tebool. Bieeptlosally health ful loeatloa. DllhttatturrouiHllDir. Do-Ihr woodwork. lYepare or any eolleejo or butt bmm. Hoys test tbht year to Tale, Harvard and PrliHtetoe. Bpeolal eareot younger boy. Number limited. CHARLBH H.STROUT, Principal. TJOSE11ARYIIALL. DOARDI.NO AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNQ LADIB9, Walllngford, Conn, Aeademle ami preparatory eoerte. FrlBlpal, MIS8 LANSING ami MIS RUOTZ HEES. Cbrktma terra baeta OCTOI1ER S. For catalogue addre ROSEMARY HALL. pUTOBR'S COLLBQE PREPARATORY SCHOOL. New Drunswlok. N. J. Doardleg Saboel for Boy aad Young Mao. Prepare far the beat oollege. tetentiSe m toots er botlaes. E. II. COOK, A. M.,Ph.D.. Head Matter, pIIANDLBIt SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND THE ARTS. Haaever, N, II. Addre tbe Hdt er PBOF.E. B.BHOILSB. Tt TISa AIKEN'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Staaferd, Ooaa. Ettabttahed la Hal. Preeare fer eHa. travtrlaad heme. Tbeatatbadby wh)hthe Bwatal Jaeuttt! are eaaeatad wtti be feaad la tae teas ad edithm af ill Atkaa' paa pfatat sa Conntrtal Attaaihw. bw ready, fer sale at Braataao1, i Untaa Sqaare, New York. rXFOKB am gou.w fob yojw V LABIBfi. Oate0,Qaia. attoaaaa,ti9iitidsnii, TaeApaaMalar & Jt-aj VtAL-SKkrL. Ujsjajb fkgaai-AtbeaaF taaf IbbbUbbbI aa-naal Aamt. 'ttt.lkaBBBahBUB. V4Ldaana1BBl aaa4aT na wanBnnB, aanana s jaapaaaaaaaawa w naaaaaap navaa Me. WtV. FAYS WALKaaV, UT AMP XiBAABaW WIKtHataV BALL. Ctimarlatn. Mats, Claa-taaiaad atostPw Ouarae aar aaw. lie anat aeeaar 1. )UL ABTSUB QUUUM. W SaYahara IkaWITVTS. aterwaUu Ctata A Mease aeaeal far tBt aad Yantat Irfuawa. ! al eAetsawss naatU anaaad te aaafcj. eTI iBBanp apa tjppnan aaaapr lanBnaVBwaawBnBi saBBaBealawsanBU rVaveBat UanBBnaaal IftV eVeTsn. JnBnBnaUnm "Ip e"p"' ' IMtafMWt tHMiiTr WILa VILUaita, baktetary. anmt nMavC IM adaaata XTKW WATIOHAL THEATRE JSHry reatB, Wednesday anl ha'a.Ja? Mattnee. GUS WILLAMS AND JOHN T. KELLY, Ttajetner wit aPompany of l Ictir Coined Ian s, PltteBltna, tie BtrMrely NewMnskal Sa' c, U AND I the Eflrtw tly See fnl Farce Comedy Prat. S-OBOHdR THATCH SR'a MINSTRELS A LBAUSH- SRAND OPERV noliE JJ -y Brenlnff MATINEES WBDNB8DAY AND SAll LDY FAY TEMPLETON, tmpported by MR. BDWII STEVENS AND A 8TMORG BtTRLBSfJVB COMPANY. In 0111 and Pras's Now t'oit o Oc a Barlesqne, HENDRIK HUDSON. Costmes Orlslnal, Striking and Costly Btetnt Scenery Handsome and Largo Choi us. NcitweCk-.TANB COOMO" frUfl HARRIS' BMOU THBATHB f Week Commencing MONDAT, SEtT 1.' Mattnee Tneedny, Thursday and Satunlay. The Only Indian Actress, G0-W0N-G0 MOHAWK. In Her Own ncturcanc Play, Written by Herself, TOE INDIAN MAIL-CARRIER. Neat week LtLLTAN LEWIS set r )n NEW WASHINGTON U THEATRE, 11TTI ST. ! THIS WEEK-Ladtet Mattnee To morrow. 'Ilic .Snttnlor of Iltirlesqne Alioni. I r?AY ' I 0STER ,asaMS,, HA1IY tO Tommy Dayton's Laughnblo Hurlcsquo, "HER MINNIE." Oorgcons First Tart. Rich Olio, roren More Ravthlnir Than Vcnnj'l Music ns Sweet ns Arlon'tl ini.tn T)ASBnALL. WARD'S BR00KLYN3 vs. COMISKBY'S CIUCAGOS, WEDNE8DAY, 8EPT. 3, CAriTOL TAR It. 4 30 P. t. jol,:t GLOBE TIIKATRg. MONDAY, SEPT. 1 Grnoil Oponlnirof the Fsllnnd winter Sci-n TIIKACME IMPERIAL M'KClALlY CO, Matlcee Monday, Wpdnei lay, Thiir.Ua- cn;l Friday AilrolMon, 10, SO, so Bnd Vc t,l,tf rntiB HEOLIKN. lathe Grat ot AU Musical las'rumcnU Deaae It perform any rmato i rum a waltc or a ballad to nn overture or a yraHony mora beautifully and more notrly perfect than any other tingle Instrument. The Aeolian I not mechanical, but thol roantpelatkin of It I so nlmplc that a pcnocl oanlrn to May It with from ono tothreof wioka'praetks. Your vllt to see th!sln- ttrument will bo etemod a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, 98 PA. AVE., fole Agent for Stelnway and Other Flrst- Claas Piano and organ. KXUUltSIONS. COLONIAL BBACII. VA-GOOD BOARD and room, 87 per weckj bathing freo. Ad drew GEO. E. JOHNSON. a,-w BAY RIDGE, ON TnE CHESAPEAKE, OPElSf JUNE m. Naval Academy Band. FINEST MEALS. FINEST ATTRACTIONS EVERYTHING THE BEST. Trains leave II. & O. Depot, week day, 9.1! a. m., 1.S9 and -t.30 p. ra. Sunday, 9.33a. m.t I JO aad 3.13 p. in Leave Bay Ridge, week day, 8 30 asd tJC p. H. SeBda,8aad8tOp.m. Round Trip Tickets $1.00 J. T. ODELL, General Mtuager. CHA9. O. SCULL, ttea'l Panger Agent, jat.tr KKV PUULIOATIONS. USEFUL B00KSJ0B VACAT13N. Their Pilgrimage. By Chbus Btout Wabxib. Urtli l"-y traMat by 0. 8. Rsikiubt I ost Evo, Hi' Leather,!. Summer Holidays. TavehWf Nate la Europe. By Tur 1 Chsui, aathor of 'Bliiate i nisV.r.-, & Ymt ieo. CkOta Oraa-enUl J1S", Our Journey to the Hebrides Hf Jeaaru Paaaau aad Inntuu R-r Paaiiatii Hlaataatad. Post t-v. ( ." Otaaateatal, HM A Tramp Trip, Haw te X yaaea aa Fifty cvi.ti a P y V; LaMewaaaa. HltU Purtri.'. . :-r Cka.H-at. Knocking Round the Rockfes Bf laaBe iaaaaaaix, aolbor T '!?(-' Wetta Kaearlac" "Tbe lie tcr- & attaaretjvo, iiu.n. i- Shoahone and Other West ern VVonders. Bf aaoaaa Bnanrw. With a IT- fi- ' - Ghmuw Vaai'M Aiuiu ) - -2" Past lea. (Ma, St: Papr. - '' Kaaks ajid Corners or the Ktw Eagland Coast. Bt aMMrsi. aaaa fa. M i U N UlMtrWitn auuaxb i .e; Hortiaiiiuup ior Wncn yfTaaat-aU i.tui - PW.lfltis aad Fiv-Tacklr, Sjat0taau.Baiiuu.ci.urc i 9. Waus. lllu.-,lla .U'M Tae aha vara aa ivr iw r teatJtieaaibyt.uuL , .to ear nartoLUoi i- k at afeakM ea awitit ut . HARPER ft BRcrHrr saw voiic. '