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THE DAILY CIUTIC, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 0,1890.
ITHE DAILY CRITIC AWD CATTTA! . 4mmmmv nil n.. - - JtM Onlg Dmotratte Dailg Paper J" ttstatal Wmhtngtm. ttfty MKma rAMmoton "onttio cotrwsr. a?Mtf O ffWBBT ttOftTrlWlSf, mm w rjwcwwios. " " " 1 month . 91 trtttfterffeett?. twontB at satOStreet. Wasbtatrtc, D. C WaMtfltetow. C C Sfcr 6, 18W. tak. .iilaaiatt i -riftitn. tiiii..ni.r.imi ! ... " ' lh"" 3 ut roaratASTgn spam-mos. th nomination for postmaster of this cy t i.ft sent to the Senate to rUy, teti will not be for tome days to eome. Secretary Pitrbwt said this afternoon that It wet hot espreted that Ike Fnrit fleai vrottM ttftd In lira amiaatkn while ft was away, sod that It wm safi to ttf that a nw postmaster wttafcj not be sawed nottl thePfeel deM'i retmn. Aa exchange announces thnt Mist Aolta 01U1W, the Sew York belle nod t canty, Is about to leave the United stares and take up a permanent rpt tlence In Kagland. The reason given fr r tMs iBtendwl movement Is a stagtt lar roe, namely, that Miss Giiaist Is annoyed ay tbe too constant mention of her beauty by tbe oewspepetf, "It Is ilits Iwatrtlfnl and innocent creature," any tbe rtchange making tbe statement tta to bt intentions, "that we bare itrtrea from her native land by otir too ftittowe admiration." And then this raffle newspaper Inconsistently proceeds t" describe Miss On xt u she appeared Rt tbe Casino In Newport recently, "pale yet lovely, all in white, a (nfffectly Mm pie China silk gown, whose only or nerrteat waa a large mother of pearl liorkle. a small white bonnet, white gloTttsnd white parasol." This hand some yonng woman, who wtll never travil far enough to escape tbe favora ble conmeat rf tbe newspapers , should craniate tbe calm Indifference to press notoriety arrived at by that eminent English atthete. Mr. Oscar Wtua ' 1 do not thrill wbeti I He my name lu newspaper," wrote 3lr Vtt.t re ithttv. Xlts Grant, several yean ago, Till a season in Washington, and was ii nib adalrid In tbe circle of .Mr t ravii.AND'nCaMovt. AT TEN CENTS A POLND Clfrego tt a great city. Its paras t d U ultvaidt, Its many itorleil bulk! 1i ft, its betels ami churches and street err fscllltks are cot surpassed in any i tty In tbe country It Is tbe city of men at a aa Oamtkk IIamhisok and Ccstittsmaa Mason. It lingers on tbe teUctton of the "World's Fair site, but when tt chooses one tbe bulUHntf will go up to rapidly tbe balance of the worbl wtll erow diasy. And now an sti prising flab dealer of this enter rriaing city comes forward am an ennncta that be proposes shortly to lilace on tbe market fresh salmon at tbe ridiculously low price of ten cent a Tooad. He went out to tbe Pacific ccasi, Interviewed tbe salmon interests, atd then laid a plan to place tbis luxury wbbie the reach of tbe poor as well aa tbe rich. Hie idea is drst to toy direct from the flabermen Instead of from tbe middlemen. To preserve tbe flab la jreaU shape while sunlcient iiuaatitles Me fcriag gotten together, aa enormous fict ateg bouse is being built in TMcoma. bad in tbls tbe fth will be kept until the time for shipment arrives. They will be carried to Chicago la refrtgera tor cars attached to express tralo. and, old at prices asked for the eommoaeat tlb, wljl Mt tbe dealer a fair pro4t iirotofote fieab salmon has said la Cbfeaaa from thirty to forty oeats a rMHsad in its seaeoa. Tbe avetage priee in tbts etty U fifty cesu a pound. ANOTHER IfXPrBLTCAN JJAHTVR Judge Auuoa W. Toitmsiks, who, lu bta tadigaaiion over the failure of tbe ElsetJomj bill, recently deaouaeed the lCrpabiieaa party, of which be U a eon tplcueui member, as a pasty of liata. U fceteg tbrougb a doneati; e per fence of a pecuHarij aapteneaat esmtaeter. Soase DtLCsime a Buffalo gentlemaa aamed FlCMiMti brought aa seiioe agaias Jsjaaw TucBSBsaad reeovcKd a vusdict lit tf.SCO, wbieb was returetJ wboUy aasatiulaxl. Mr. FuMmi having tried ia vaileN ways to get the money and liuUd, taea charged thai it was tbe hallt of Judge Toi-BfiES to rata alt bis Miegi over to bis wife, aad tint Jw acid ffbtm that eeuki he raaehad t) bla taecwa from bU itterary work aaswtaaed U fU t week. To prove the ebejge, Mrs. Tovhob; was ordered bf ea cusmty eourt to appear before a isfriiiaad testify aa to her tataetnt teaatloM wtihher hustiMd. She ig MmtA th order and waa promptly cxa saiaatd ta jail fojf ctMsAneapt of courts ike) seatasee hetajt i$l tee aad as asaay Oaj s ia Auraace vtta. tie) this asaex accted taw of alaii. ludte Yocae8'a c tk ap hi iMi He wasn't going hat aainhef was he wtlling ta bit Mm wite 4 hte bosMta iaageisb ta Jail for thiasy v daya If a c3dd gtet her out. Ba aaied aseaa uf the ami leml laleal tatVesavra Kew York m&m cheeaaa. baa ehe ajdge s obdurate, and Ufa, Tix Mm the ieatat of the cojusr, lanth) aa toiiut aad siinrlyTaimra eweF PpT eJWaWP"'a'""w ' J( i paaaaasB nasv of &&& B$?n&kt8 tttesto yfa) 4aW kM fettafS Hf.Jt pltiNll WH 0, Gf aSBiJr asapeaB w 9 eaaajr aaBaawajFasaaaaBa wra vssapaaaj eaarakaBBaiB -.... q. :ppn' aV was ssTsVs ' y!sB"SafiM'flpj VaW Mar- T d SUwuas. wartary tteaAaati of tfar InterfteXtooaJ r'rtutiag PreaMiasgl'a PgrpsBBBBBi vv eaBvaeaaipejT eaaaaaawepvesje aaavar we w)bbbb ajaaaaj afjaaf stiiii i,m tlnii vf ihe wginatttawai njanhtrti shay ant Lhit nriairlswl nlBnaiir ass? TBwaappwav aawP(P7 www m s 1 tbt"" """"""l111 ' a. .-s-3t, j io eaaias at Soaaea dm a tempkou-j to eei.uie the aeaauvaJ the fiiirt nuinin IM mn'plrtf y trr nuntlf nd J name," ays our inform ant, "Mr K T. Tt ahw, pteaWeBt of the Ifitereatinna! TyrwefapbsMil Union Htea; rne of tbem ' Tna Isswe be twf thcc two tTnrns 4eWM to be tbfs. Tbe IntertHftloaai TypograpWcal rnifll rule requires tbe coBrpwsitors aBd pft'Mtven empioyed in tbe Oovemment Office torje mtmbers of a Typographical Vnkin. wnlle tbe taterns'lonal frintlng ftrtsraaiis tHa holds tbt otemfnr lip la a Prtatman's Union that ddea tPt a knowledge tbe authority of the Tf8"$Bl!i Talon l evtdwseetaa AM person holding such membership h k Mt man. whote riabt to work mast t reptcd. That rnpsMent Pt.JtltK cOBctireil 1o al prerr.en removed tt rl.ftree to Mse bo knowa anyiblng of tbe matter In ratfovery will believe. Kli attetiifoa ftw called to no a.Hntvet lirlailun of !rtnttf't Ualm law, o.i be iriVrf'gaftrl tbe rtatte. Kvldently he fow.l that tbffe weg aethtn In tbe fnui "f aoti I'u.oabm mada agalaU tf irtMtnrn enntpialaed of, and he dropred the matter. Tn ftttooT pronounced by Senator Iroai ts ob the late enror Rttctr hM Iirougbt to mind the charge of plagi arism made against the Kansas Senator ta the matter of tbe BtnsBs oration. The Philadelphia Prt, In a late Irene, republishes the oration, with an extract turn a ttasslatlm of SlASsttos's ser mon, for tbe purpose of proving that Ikoai.ui did not appropriate tbe French prUit'i elcquetcp, and also repnblitbes Mr. lKOAt.i.s' (omewhat lame "explana tion of his familiarity with M ami low." It Is noticeable that tbe Brcx oration Is commonplace to a degree, and. is utterly lacking in all the qualities in tbe -Jk'RMMi eulogy that arrested public at tention. It would be wise in Mr. I.f o alls' friends Io let the Mamlox Bcbsk oration matter fade Into ob livion, if It will. All tub ItKri'BLicAK members of tbe House from Pennsylvania were absent trotn their tents when lion KxM kpy of Ohio commenced his tirade against Host 1cat, and not one of tbem uturnid until after tbe speech bad Veen concluded Hut In tbis fact the knowing ones of tho lobby and of tbe reporters' gallery see no evidence of a conspiracy among tbe Republican Force bill men to permit Ksrxcbt to Indulge ia abuse of tbe anti-Force bill Senate. It Is asserted by tbe "knowing ones" that tbe absence of alltbePeaaaylvanU ir embers at one time It not a strange feet. All the T'ennsylvanians are never in tbeir irntr. At n general rule 'hey are all absent always. TtlK KtiT earnest Atlanta VoittUtH tin makes a double leaded appeal 11 Demccrats, and Invokes tbem to "Stand Ily tbe Patty." In coDCltwIon of lis II vocation our esteemed contemporary say: "Democrats, beware! Don't open tbe Pandora box of disorganisa tion , don't cut tbe levee, In tbe bellaf that the tiow can be checked wlioa it leeomeealarmiog, don't invite danger and hope to defy It successfully; don't forget tbe lesion of tbe past, nor over look tbe hope of tbe future. Remem ber, tbe safest plan h to stand by the party ' Only in tbls ean all be well." Tna tHDioNATiox or tbe Republicans occasioned by the speech of Represen tative Kens En v, is peculiar. It is of tbe most vehement kind, but ia no utter ance of It ba KxKXKor been charged with falsehood. -Io Republican baa said: "Kkxxkqy deserves ceasure for tbe reason that tbe charges made by blmagalnut Senator Quaj are false." On the contrary, every Republican, ex pressing tab) indignation, says la effect "Kkmxbbt deserve censure for telling tbe truth on one of tbe leadera of the pay" . "This Statb ok uk isr-croR of Mia aetota estimates thai tbe whaat crop of that Stale and tbe Dakota? will reach 80.000,000 busheb, aad that the price of all itradee will average 35 per eeat higher fur all trades than last vear. ' HOTEL ARRIVALS. Jittrtqjt-ilatL. U, Viet, Chatham, Ya.; X. II. L'ookeand wile, Jasses A. Soamtk, IJilJdJpkU, fs.; C. Chrfatopturtea, .New York; 8. L. Gsraer, Naaaeke, Va. mjwu-i. K. Uaklersaaa, FaHsdet. peia; J. B. Serert sad dangbsers, 'ew Ot bans; Jlw C. Caturd, New Qrieaos; V, MerrUl, Ptlladelcbis; J. K. Campbelt, Cefiajt. Vs.; J. K. Ualeoek, Erie, Pi.; Ulsa T&lkI Djef, (w Orieaas. JiativtutlrV. A. Steae, New Vartt; X. u. abiplcy, W. I). Sktjaiay, PeasaeeU, ha.: XUt$ Csxy. Subtle, All; C. J. Uotf, West vujsjs, J(r. u u. auM, r. juouh. K. Watt, Pittetww, fs.. H. O. )Uva8, .few Yok, E. i . bin, Atfesu, 6a. Hrtof-A. J, tisapsoa tad W. B. Baxtoo, Sw York, W. U Oecdag ud HI Decir., Icdlaaj. H. P. Ar&Moi, Lo Auekn, Col kwr. V. Heaaa, J. K Cesttaa, W. J. Ulcsnao sad J- A. Katltf, ieraataa, Pa.; 4ohm MmiU, Twj, f. XT Mrfarhaaoa!. Kj.i JUrtB. fajior.Cao- lifi inrni ViraiMdn Lim. 61 il tt. Wood. CiUi-fcio: W. H. rLuuBood. pttisburg. Ta-; . a. rwach, mm Twk; Mr .Olrs. J. H. Ooaasj, alcaaaoad, V. -i ' '"- B. W BrMcpe asj wile, Caiesgo; tU. 9mc, Owwrer, CoL, llt. Cartea Uttsauue, at is. H. M. Cooger aad . C. attxtoB,Vaii4dstpaia. ftur-Wiittaa JUmhew, DettoW; U. B. White. Baatdd, 4. X. Stset, KtaUy, hap! At-; O- Uubtw, sUwYetsT&K rafrw'--Thsaasi ! aad Fred. 'Xfcti 4jd, i'hii4ddjjs, K& a. Kagietat. Usui j.a. w. m. mm, U W. aa. a- 4 mi WWtf P tMl kf I W a Ii W WFf ff8 feoud ta kw ol Mrat awa, Bossewtwce above the saaaa. 1ma .ij rki Si Sft feudka ass Qi ttia wild smcM atama la atuct) i e batoi te asaat 4LB(j JMaT iaj tff'Ufrt HsK Aiali-'JaOaft?" &&! O Detail 'jtlaatuf , tfalS (0 e ffffCft W WgftjpO! a AAS i-t ila.i fsVafMM WPW Hi ! i" TBaiis" W Skk tt fc. t8J 1 n 14. 1 iW tnc4 prvtfitu ! was mortars r 'w aVt.4 uu uiioa a I Uu io, u, Kcntwij, gu to' All lt. Ulf WJtli LuCg t LCC aUcV, A... 1 I mi 1 iiit IaU aajN , AMI S EM FN IS. taan-twvs artiirtfat. fttorge Thatcher' minMt! wW the Mtrsetfrr) at tbe New Hfttfotal trwtt wrrk, and judging rrom tbe wall ftee pttr notices the company has rvdrttatl since its oppntmr, Mr Week ao It tfttrtt bv first claw In every patHctirar, The programme la one or unustrai jmrft, containing tbe names of several Wash ireton favorite, Including Ed. Marble, Jona WIM, . W FrilitMB, .BSinH jobnsot. Thomas I,o5taok aad others. Twe frrst part ia as follows tmttme, "IRehoesnf the Street" EntenWa "fit rt) led bj tbe PcarMe" John A. Coleman lJf;t.tot My Ur" (iordaai ' TBomsa Lewis "tkaWotWS tut" (nrhrtnal) Thotaas iMe "fled We Oar Mewie'" (ottetiiatl tUvmon H'-wm "A Tstenf Woe" John tIHl "TTie Arrow of tieotg" ptnutn , M. W. Frtntnan 'if Yen Csa and That Yon Can Stand AeytWnsMorlflfnal) .O.Tharcber ,1 f-nrte frrave" ( tireweri . R. .1. Jose Tr,e Thaw--W,n) ixme rrve" t stti nt on tbe Western and AtlantH Rallroal, tmen Cbattattooaa, Term., and AttanU, (ta. A plain board marked the resting plaee ot a toldter. name vnkaown. None ctinld tell whether be had been a Federal at CWifederste. the section hands, when tajtnr. tbe track, discovered the grave, onded It over beautifully and placed beaderone over It bearing the atove Inscrip tion, wMen the author lias selected as the subject lor tbe oong which Mr, Jow ren der tor the flrtt time Finale, 'Sticks from the WoodOot ot Memory," Itrlndlng many once-Mmillar melodlrs ard prei)t!naj Mr. John Wild as Old Bob Ridley, Mctr. Lewis and Quis le?, the t.harleftnTi (ial. Tbe olio lntrol'ices Frank I,a Mon due, George Tbatc her, Rodo Leo Rapoll, tbe equlilbtrstle wonder; Yool and Shepherd, and tbe specially arranged and handsome novelty, "The fete of tbe gondoliers." Aibnnnti'9. On Monday next Mitt Jane Coomb wtll bceln an engagement In Charles Dickens' ''Break House," whlek will be given on Monday, Tuesday, Wednes day nnd Saturday nights and Wednes day matinee. On Thnrsd'ty and Fri day nights Miss Coombs will appear In "1 he Drcstmnkcr," and at the Satur day matinee In "Camllle." The Cin cinnati Conrntrcial. in peaklng ot tin" perfcrmance of "Bleak Iloute," says: "Miss Jaae Coimbs appeared last night as Lady Dvtloik nnd llotttrwc In Charles Dickens' "Weak tliute" to a larcc audience and.eave as lAdy lhil htk one of the most finished, artistic and beautiful performances of female characters that has ever been seen upon our stage. In the Impassioned scene lu tbe third act she reached the most In tense expression of passlonato acting, and received an enthusiastic recall. After tbe fourth act, when she lts clot id her Identity to her chill, the, audience was moved to tears for tho ro rentant mother. Miss Coombs' regit bi&ufy, magnificent voice and ei(iiliit gif.ee caplurid evety heart in tbe Urge audlcccv. At Jloi tints, tbe reveo jeful laclj ' maid, Mi Coondu achieved .1 tucrisr, playing it with al! tbe abnmlw of a French woman, who. wneugoadei to det pcratlon by Tulkmghvrn, delib erately plant and acoomplltbcs hU murdir. Tbe supportlnr cimptny was very fine and gave such rvprcMntatlont as will not be forgotten. The Interest In tbe piece was sustained to a close. It Is surprising that so much nf the story could be so well told." Ilarrl4 Uljau Theatre. Mitt Lillian Lewis, tbo famous emo tlonal star, will appear at the Dljou Theatre next week lu a play which has received tbe enthusiastic indorsement of numerous critics. It is the work of Lawrence Marston, and, judging from tbe dlscrlptlons wbkb have meoall It, is one of tbe strongest of the many emotional plays that Miss LwU has appeared in. Tbe story it one of lu tense power. The plot follows tbe fortunes of Inora di dutiyitoni, where beauty and talents made ber tbe envy of tbe women and ibe admiration of tbe men of Paris. The time of tbe ac tion of tbe drama is 150, when war be tween France and Germany threatened, and tbe former waa also troubled with Internal political strife. I'MUij lltm euu, an advocate of equal rights and leader of tbe people, was prompted by patriotic motive? to draw plana demon strating the wcaknessca in tbe fortifica tions uf Psrls. Zrnum, having no ac quaintance with Hmtu, bat aware uf lit power with tbe mawea and obnos louteesa to tbe Minister of Police, U Ltiujnan, informs him of the existence of these papers, and be sees an oppor tunity for tbe overthrow of tbe people's champion. Ltnor- meets ifait and falls in love with blm Tbe force of tbe drama sow becomes apparent. LmifhuH attempts to ruin Jfammv financially by ttoatJae tbe Credit Lorraine, but Ltnara averts tbe disss ter by sacrirJciag her fortune, raising the price of the stock, and enabling the man she love to retrieve bir loaa aad save his honor. Ibey determine to marry aad leave Prance They have carried out the first pert ot tbU plan when Litgmin strives aad in Lnora'i bae ae euata Jtumtan of treachery aad taforau him that Xa&ra sold him to the Gov ernment, and then orders the ge d'ar uses to take hint to priaoa. Lor eaters nd bears his aecuaadon. Bltndtd by paaatoa and hatred she seize a dagger and stab Lmm. WhiW he la iyiag hdpks the burns the pJaae the hat reoverd. She is gloating over Lwugmn's inability l preveat her when he reaches toe dig ger the hat dropped, aad making a suprcaM effort stabs her aad falls dead. lAA&ru, Mtnag rae mortal otrat, gathers her failing tteairtb aad goaa to the Km,hirjr to secure Hinuii'a parda So returns aad tends for Mmmnv. who it cold aad hrdtfereat uatii she can espbria LHU'jnim'n ac eurettofl. Ituui-u, graduaily tcrowiag weaker, eosieaaca ail to Bitmnn. Hit eohlaat drives bar to dsspair . her mtrui gives way, hat ia a lucid tauomd ltQra Implorea forgtvenaat. which mmn grajtta, only to see hU for given wife fan a eoraaa at hit feet. Kataaa's VaaMstAA tluwlm. Manager Keraea ast week nrfeaeau a novelty is the atanarim tit lhaa. ta the ahape of Saw T. Jaek't Uaaoae Burkatjue Coanpacy. There ace mm oae of the greAtbarletiM oora paaiaa t.vr otganlied, corualahu a tuuaber ul uTib.it. Thd coutpaajyhas created a gsaulue Mwsattoa wherever It ha ffarared It it computed excAu teuathjA voaaea, aad la wlthoat pae dest is Ae bUory of the ataga. T rare grace of the Crooks. cooiWaaid With the ua-itcbim U.'uiy uf tht: dtvtgh tert ef tie NHe, will uadouattdly oroae rare treat which theatre-goers have not previouiy uij-jytd, and whi 8 haa heretofaxe htstu uwaopoliated by Oti eatal prlaaw aad uufaeal wagnmaw. 4 uhtr ttatu uf me show tH he f'or tcautbs from lar Staaiboul. thadr srt afaeuriaceln M couuy Tb per loiamnce bWlud!, aeaaM Is ta aaasy Sonib. Czabtit tmaajtaes abd EgyprstA dJet. jt,n ut. t l Lf'tiij... ;4Uetl livtrs tht brUi'.'ic The uat 1 Ott lied scirwiy ic &. w si,d i'i. b.ic iki t--i:. bt-1 tut, i-n u iy ju. :1 -lJ ii;- i I ---nj ( t ,f 0 - r;mKrof crtypbe til tr d.Tflng t of a hitrh order -f ar 'ist'c merit Altogether the show is om that can bTd!y Tali to lwate a at wtfot). ad theta h 1WH 8wM but What it will be fteeted y cded ntttaes during tha week. M'l ' ' I' 11 - M mm turn qcietw. rtv itiiteTffit.wie Wtij Sot fr WRMn the laet day ot two tnmnrs have a1n rea circulated concerning the mptnr-. between the old and new rrettmen's union at the Oovernment Printing Office. Amoaf taaae rumors waa one to the effect that sit preseroen belottglng to ih International Press trtcn's t'tiioti would be dUchargeil at the instigation of President Ftafc of the Typoajrapblcal Tnlon on acewtat of thefr alleelence to the Pressmen's fnioa To day Mr ( barks W Miller, pvwi dent of the Intern tlonal Printing Presamen's Unlou, and Mr T J. Hawkins, secret iry of the stm orgnl ration, Cftlred urn a Public Ptioter Palmer, in order to leatn the truth of the report, having come from their re cent convention ul Jtottoa for that spe cial purpose. They had a satisfactory Interview and were assured that no dis crimination would be made against nay pressman because be beloneed to this or that union. Mr. Palmer referred Ihem to his past record In tbe matter of disrharglna men on account of a union, and tbe representatives of the Interna. ttrnal organization went away well satisfied that their pressmen in tbe Government Printing Office need have no further cause fr alarm. Mr. Hawkins said to a reporter of The CntTtt that the old union ware constantly threatening tbeir men with all ortt of things if they did not secede to their demands, but nevertheless tbe I P. P U. was fat Increaalnc its mem bership, and tbe course of Public Printer Palmer would allay any fear in Wash Ineton. General Palmer was not aware" Of tbo Intention of Mcssr. Miller ami Hawkins to consult with blm tblt momln, nnd wben asked concerning the action bar bad taken declined to say anything. "It rests with the committee," he said, "to give my answer. I can say nothing on the subject myself." Your last ebance to go to Niagara Falls and retnrn (or t0 will be on September It via Venntylvarda Railroad. Tickets ol for ten davs and good to stop oil at Watblna la elthsr direction. PERSONAL. A. O. Mcnoeal, E. W. Dalrymple. Wm. J. O'Connell, C. W. Woodward and W. II. Davis of the engineering itaff of the NieaTagua Cannl Oonetrus Hon Corns have returned from Grey town on leave of absence. Penator Cockrell of Missouri ttde ictlbtd as n "tall, thin, simp-faced, thtlll-volctd Senator, noted at the raott excitable man In tbe Semite, and a goo 1 tpe of the I'M-fashioned controretslal Ut. Dr. Emtrtt eon litutcke, tbe noted Ebytlologitt who opposes vivlsectUm, as utlrtd from the faculty of the Vienna University after an ttninlcr rupted course nf forty-one years' tench lng In that institution. Nathaniel R. Locke, father of Petro leum V. Nasby, died recently at Toledo, Oblo, al au advanced ace. He was a veteran Methodist, ami a prominent abolition and temperance worker In tbe daya before tbe war. William IHsek it about to atart on a yachting crulic to tbe Levant and Crimea, and be will aleo visit Tingleta, Syracuse, Constantinople, Sebastopol, Ihdaklava and Malta, in order to get material and local coloring for tbe new novel on which be is engaged. Mr Gladstone a tour In October la llktily to be considerably curtailed. He will not make any speeches whatever except in Midlothian, where be Is to address bis constituents at Edlnburg, Mldcalder and IJelketln. Mr. Ulail stone will stay with Lord and Lady Rosebery, at iMlmeny, about ten days, and ou bit way south it to pay a visit to Sir Andrew and Lady Clark, at Dakjul. barren Castle, Ayrshire. The Duke of Clarence and Avoadale bat just presented to tbe Zoological Gardens tbe two lions which have been tent to him from tbe Kaliywar district in India. Tbe members of tbe Zoolog ical Society no doubt are glad eaoush to receive tbe present, but tbe Prince's ft lends and attendants are a good deal more glsd that tbe preeeat sfcdtikl be made. The Prince bad a fancy far keeping tbe monsters himself a bt Bernhardt, but feared ildlcule. Tea dollars via Pennsylvania Railroad to Niagara FaUi.8pttstbr 11. Tatfcetsaeatl for tea days aad good to stop at Wttkissta either dlreettoe. Special twin of pastor cart and day easenis. AppI early tor parior ear teste, Up s HM Trlab. A boy tumbled over the third gallery railing iato the orchestra. "Ob, no," said the ataaager, aa ha pfekd him up aad proceeded to throw htsa ettt. " on eaa't work that he, my lad- Oee dollar It tbe admtitioa ta this part of the hoaaa aad if you want to come ia you've got to pay it" Xiagara Falls aad WaUlm Otea vU PcBBrlvanU Bait road. September 11. Bouad-trip tale W toNitgvgoad for tea-days aad vsdU to stop at Wssktaa ta either Uftea. " ' Tbe Klitbt KUMlaf Use. jnw YiMVtf' Stmt, Mm. Ftngle What do yon thtak ot a hitad aaaa gotatj to a ball' Vaagfa If b was aa eyeball ha eaa to I should say it was all right. All Run Down Ute saao tstedts u( taa warn weatber, by aard wura wr taasa 4 too' St a, ;uu u 1 aaoud toato aad atari purir aer. Hood's aarattwritt atvea a aoud appt- taa atod. raulatswi tae &vestinsy Fr JiiiuHae "I aav aad jarthta lot ta sat aad twhasrlitisirf aaata'etaaatatatutaavetkiae wmmom aw thajas t jtai 1 have triad, I tntaarf in afiTtirn t Saatar tafa mmHr-taa anliti s"stassaf vt t"ssw atsar w1 "sspnp aBBsaat 1 at cr4." U- TiawiJi-. ut Tntawmt wta 1 Jf'hafcattJitBaatta vaa) iu. thl 'stuwd barsaparttta is tta ucot aaiiWag blood pwrukr I bar evr ld. I luwwef its aw aa atwe ei mm muujimt it to atssaa I atwiMi awiiisaaiiiiiid u, bewaaatt erife vetaaaf aa flataHSar aaa aaj a aw etaarfc exafawtaKM aaaaw sir Mom raudsuwr, aUiae, Va..tattaat sjaatavarilta artTa) bi r ties nit n Hood's Ssrsmparllla u-.M bf A Jnitft'-1 It -ir ' 4 Pus VW Bes UoUax FOR A G00D.8HQE vtlstT Wilson k Caff's For an Easy Shoe tlO To WIL90N & GARR'S. We carry the ltet tirt e ffMM tsaher Shoe fos Lwdrte Stat Wet ttefttnataaaratrat Wilson & C&it's Itiililnnntite Stlioo ?len. Kt, tat V JrTRIIItT JJ. W Waebnetrv8H Ti Ot BALT1MOHB STOtts), 1 nnd 0 ItllST IttmiMOItH NTitnrfr. OFPtCK OF WOOBWAtTB MrTflBOr, CsJraer Hb awt F ste. n w, TttlT.1PTMlJIHt . UOYs' CLOTII1WI. i Sort' Uce-pleve Olnstbam Kilt Dtrits, shMS a, i aad J years, reduced to tt eath. 1 Beys' Twe-rtce Ottwbara Stdter Kilt Salts, site 5 years, reduced to !1.50 eeeb, Bojs' Drawn Llaen Salts, Norfolk Jaeket, sites f, 11 and 13 years, red seed to SB eeth. I Boys' White Linen Dnttt Jftitsor Stilts, trlsaned wltb white braid, sites f , 3 nad 3 years, reduced to SI each. 3 Boys' All wool Brown Str!ed Cheviot Salts, site 14 years, reduced to J 1.75 eaah. 3 Boys'WInttr welafat All-wool Three-plcee Cherlot cutaway Stilts, suitable tar sebeol wear, sites 11 aad 13 years, rednted to ta eaeb. 1 .Boys' Navy Brae rorkterew Cent and Vett.srte 11 years, rsdiwwl te It. B Beys' Oleaaam Kilt itklrta, sires , S atd B years, red aeed tosSoab. Tblrtt Hear WMlTKOMBt!. A aew lavotee et Dettnt Swiasas at at, to, eT and 4te r-r vard. Prsaett Psreake fer Uoyt' ShktWaktta.M hbo Me per yard, Jeaea' Cambria eaty lte per yard. pattHwa iwatatT BRUCOIaTa SUNBH1BS. S arc's Glycerine Soap, le jr cakat Me bos el 3 takes. Cl ear saa, tor ktHadry aad aMbetd(r rw. 5e aad late P raakaae. Low's Wlbl Rote itoap, 4e per take, ate tier dctea cakes. Vegetable Wwaseoe, tor reasevtac daadraS aad etoaasisw; tka tealataat teiKely fer Woodward X tathropi tat vr kattte. -all Ttlea, with Ivery Clattwr, 8,7.9,10. 15 aad e. Westfttw. WOODWARD & LOTHROP, Corner lltli and FSts.N.W. pCrect.Ni f Lawyers ai Law Firms. pAMBELLCAitlUHaTOK. ATTOaWaT-AT-LAW, MD satxtaosthweat. WatataiKoa.g.a Waaatar Law Baildiag. UU B staaat BMShweat, ATTOKKBY-AT-LAW, tat aad tat U at. Vt-iS-t-trT aaaMaaa. aau ASlatBtJtaarBBaaaa a w$ v aaaattajraaa Frkace taaaraf s Coawtv. wk, ItlaHf g ,. Hrnxn 1W0BBiiva. .O.XABBY fIULUi. ZACHJtT i. McKtWaUtT, lmv ""SiVm. A TONIC, Har&fsml's Aeid Phopiiat A ittatltT md aaHvae4 tht laaaaftaa. BkLK.r.aai..y-, a saapP aWSajBt tafa; fjaaaaaa taaajtaaiBp aaiyaaBaj'aaBaaaaaf 9$.t- S- raiiwai' Vast Hsiiatim, Yt-, teat aerve toate I a aaaa.' 're taaaaatsi ttea. gt'ttyiatw misty-at t-it t- jBaaaaaaafaaaVOat aaaaaaaataataaaatav aaaaai pjhjaatHaaatiPt ttw saaata aaaaw !" aaawitiattaatptts ; WGdB tfial laiarl A frifltttaTl Mm ftOB 'aawsp stawtis" wsas araS" w "ara' afci':j Qkfc Ip Mail Ttjf !y Watw"Psh' WtptarPtpaV aaaaWQtar HSF.RON Sl RAM5Y. aaataV saWAW laaaa. ttieaits. iad taaaraatM. iW. ljurk ctituii' : )a.---" out. LAST WEEK or Summer deductions. Nf t wtek out tfWI Tfada cowaa, ftafwlar rwle irfll plttall, m& fm mm m ht fiWHiaaiiy to mm the ttAflOAlSS STOW nFfEttlSD. litre ate a few of them. IS pairs Fancy Wrlpetl Curtaliia, r ductd from S to 03c. d palm Madras Curtalne, rlrtetl ftom $4.60 to d per pair. K pairs Madras Cnrtalas, redtsced frtm ft) to f3 W per pair. 10 pairs Madras Cnrtalse, rttlueed from ?8 to f 3 73 per pair. IS pairs Nottingham Curtains, cut frrwi fl.83 to 8tlc per pair. 17 pairs Nottingham Curtains, cut from 1.30 to $1 per pair. 10 pairs Nottingham Curtains, cut from J2 to f 1 33 per pair. 90 pairs Frr-nch Chamber Otirlalns, cut from fd" to 18,30 per pair. 11 pairs French Chamber Curtain eut fromfd.&O to ?3.a3rr pair. I pairs Single Door Portieres, cut from $7 to fl.SO per pair. 10 pairs Turkish Striped Portieres, ettt from $8 lo $d.90. 6 pain Roman Striped Vienna Che Billet Portieres, cut from $12 to?S per pair, "Wc have a few of HeyworJd Bros.' Daliy Carriages left, which will be oloeed out at ACTUAL COST. Handsome Wloker Iiodles, eloganUy upholstered In Pllk Plush, Tapestry, Ac; steel springs and steel wire wheels Note the prices. 1 at 20 reduced to 15 1 at 3&30 reduced to $10 1 at ?30 reduced to $!K).50 1 at J83.60 reduced to $15 1 at $38 TCtluccd to $10 1 at ?90 reduced lo ?1 1.GO 1 at t80 reduced to jM.GO 1 at 87.60Tetlucetl to $10 lnt $83 50 reduced to $21 JULIUS LANSBURGH, 'Ililrleenlli nnil V Mrrcli. French Furniture Polish will maka old furniture look new. Rest In tho market. Price, 50c per bottlo. MnDOATIOJAT.. -7KATBtl' INbTlTtJTB, Laaeaattr, l'a. TbeKev. llONTOCMlKltY R.HOOFgR. N A., Head faster. Fear boys rteeivtd as BaW 01 tbe bead raiar' faadly. At preteat tbere are two vaeaneras. Mr.Heoper bMseat boys to llarvam.Yale, Priaeatee, CoJaaoWa, Lablafa, Abert. Trlalty, West' rotot, Aaaa potto, ie,, aad baa not bad a ean date fer adWtoo reetad. JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, BALTIMORE. Anaomnssteait lar ibe treat Aatdansie Year ' ARS MOW READY, Al WW te Seataa AarMeatiM. mini' linn in i.ii.i. -awa ifi itg ' ' mi I ill VX7EIEYAMA0ARE1Y, , w'tthtakaat, Hatr. Oad et tbe baKitaaaa bast a sol matt ami cKiiaital teaaats la yw aataaad. The ij taaat ef aft bt advaate wtti aavar taeeaaty taltseB, wstfc taaHt, fer fOH lertt, kilgjaaaii; AlKiUtrST. fclead iar aataiatjae ta asY.a. m. strata., rriaataat. ti 1 jaBviLbK-raautuaiCAL softoMk Maadyttla, Ba. aaeatas ior ttetktiattaa 3tstaatry. Rasas seat aad tatttta itea. Aa aatraaae tae at far tat, hatr aad tare'if ratan Att aa. . a, AtWtmmmi n. a glAaW Saaa. i.BBksitaaw3 akAf sjAJib T aflaua BttaatMEkkHH "wtiaaatta ttr wTttitrwaaapw!sar a d jajRH gtjtnaair L tuut, tBgat atttatattsaat east tttjr ef ssaytg. aattttassaaadhf War tt Jtaatttaati. saaaaaaap Bp wPJ 'afr flaw CaaaaiaaalalW aaaaaaaWaaar aaaaa4 iSMtaafT AaaaaaTaaaaaaaaaBaV.VaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaM VtaaaaaaV MaaaaaattataV HB2"523rijajaaBaaaaaaaaai i.G.m a3gptpPhrtej aaatpaaaaaaatjae asaassa it9aajtjaatata aattttaaaraaaaltaawatjaai.. aatat tstat asr- at afcoee addteu (Cta90attl 1. afaBmpttjajNtT W staaFw'F aa""1" 'VtFTttrvs t IMC. Wtttaua Mum. A (JtiarsajsU, Fna l .ill AUUjc-j uiil.i cL.emlxt ttol tk. Vt c aa i. 1 ennoAtioNAr.. Clfttf -BSI A BCWSKM tTIT.l.8B D rfvr 7tn and D sts n. w , . Emtn-SoM Mx IftfrfcK via- aeaaoi of rraueat nnfia ana arftartr, nf PrrnTtnrv Practtrat MSi ntabrTthsrt'i sfil fviywrlt ScBOol or Spencerlan frawoal TWr Sol of Meinwwai anrt r rawtne. Pcbnol of iv!l Sonl Training Day and stent Pe-ion nimtwrted Chta Uttt 9ASAA srralvreemsreat, SMjf , . I1HB COtUJiBtAS CRrVgRKTY. ha mpafattJrt Srhoot ofwmi sent. et. 1 ;oinmman uottece arms mat. et. Eoreorasi serearme scjooi oeaat rjw, aw Senoot of trm rJnimrstte rmatM "Ttie sedieat tMmot of the university opens Te Oewat Sebaot ot tne rtrivwsttr ot Oat. 8. eatafogaet or other Ittfonaattrm ad dret IAS1HI C. WBI.SAbtJB, mtt iteoeam MOlTDAt, stt. 8. Mnste awd Pamthtgjteeelve Special Bidia. M ntag Mutrrt soooi,of rwrorjAnae, L m mh t. n. w. TMtMg, StO. Branches In New York, Boston, tittladel pbla. Cbtoaeo. boarwilte, Parts, Prance; Ber lin and Dresden, Germany; Moscow, Rassta; LoadoD, lag. ajdra l.-ijtSHBOH iirsTTTtrrE. mi 14th st., bet. I nnd K sis. Select claslral and mathroitttlctd sfihool for yonne men and boys. Begins Its thirty nlhtb year MONDAY, sgPTKMBHn . Preaares lor narvaril, Tale, rrinoeton, Johns llnnklns, LehicS, nod other colleges and nnlTcrsttles; lor tbe solentlflo school, United 8tts Mili tary and Naval aeadetnle, and for bnslnes. Speolal detairtKent tor boys betwetiSBnd It years or nre. A fn)I course In medern ln- nKes- tor pariien'srs auaress CHA. d. Toran, anfrscim loci pal. VTORW00D 1N8TITUTS lieorcnsSBrTKMBRR . with Increased yacnlty and many ImproTements, MR, and MR8WM,D. 0AnBLT, anWti Prlnolpflts. Georgetown University, Washington, D. C. SCHOOL OF AKTS AND SCIENCES (Qeorfra toT(nCollK8). New term betlnsSeptom, ber 11, Preparatory Department for Hoarders. Collegiate Oepattmenl for Hoarders nnd Day Scholars. J. lUvr.m IttoHiBtw, S..l President. SCnoot, OF JtBDICtNK. Terra opens Oeto berl. G. t. Stinnttntn, M.D..l)an,8t3 Vermont avr. n.w. SCnOOL OF LAW. Term opens October 1. B. M. Ybatmak, Secretary, Georgetown Law Bnlldlag, eer. r and etb sts.n, w. J. HAVENS niClIAHDS, B. J.. ItScMr. anlttoeepia pUAHIOTTE HALL SOHOU. mi-iew Sltnatloa antrissed for health. XnglUb, ChtMeal, Matbeasatieal, CamnMrolal aad Military Ceerses. Board aad tnltlon.Stao for ten tnontbs. Far rartlentars address W. 81LVBSTSK. C harlot ta Ball, anir.eod.1ra Bt. Mary's County. Md. rtAJIDItlDOE SCHOOL MAltOAHBT WINTUROP nALL, Caabridae, Mass. Bllh, Ciasrieal and Xttettve Ceersw for (sltls. Home eeatf arts and soetalenJtlvatlOH. UolldlB Bd fnraltnre new. Noerewdlmc. Apftleasts awst be over II. Addreas MIL AKTUUR OILMAN, Ctttabrldj, Mass. n rij aikkn's school for amis. Stamford, Coan. BttabUtbed In Ites. Frefrs tor eolleae. travel and bette. Tbeaiathedbywbtebthe meattl Uealtlet are Maeated wtll be foaad la tbe teeoad edttlOB ot Msm Aiken's vaaa pblt on "Coseentrated Attentten," sow Teody, (or sale at Brtntaao's, 5 UbIoo Square, New York. Tl 1 198 B. YARD'S INSTITUTE. Nor walk, Caaa. A Hoate School tor Girls aad Youa Ladles. Heat ber of boarding paplU Malted to tweaty, Bataueat advaataaas la Matte, Art and tbe LaaauaaM, OysaaanaB. neataat asouadt, Ilaaltbfnl loaatloa. ruttts beardad tbreash tbe MHMser wantht. Bterd, wasatag aad tattles la tbe BatKah braaaaas, $W per seaasaatieyear. Send for etfealar. V ANDEJUMLT tNlVBbITY. MatbvtttmTaaa. Tea FaiiawaWea, taw eaah, wMa fra uti tiaa, eaaa t arattaatat wttaaag ta aaaaw Addtaaa WJLS VILLIAtU. -y aajLS CQCUtes Jftm Wtawavt, Lake, tf.Y. Tkaaa tail ananas al atatfs. Laaattast aBtrajnss awaa atvw aa ataawarv wew aatswaf tataefttaBaa aataiajvv aaaatttaj antaasaasnaBaaataja. taw aWaataata atsm sasat tar mlHimt S.a MttaWBaVB.lt, qr.urturti acnoot. Bainilatfla. near rttHtdeliiMg Va. I stujk rijui tnaanl aaaaaM IMtar ttW9 MK t Yttta aahJBIeJfcill MCsl yQaaaWtV IWpsV mmm . a af ataaaajtaajsaajsaap aaMttisattr aaaaaaaaaaaaaataal daaafcaaaaaVa aaaaaaaaaaaNat etaaaaS vaVa fcajtattv Tal'iattniiiL fXtte aaVLAJWUU aa4 aWaf -llrTp artES aattjBaaatjsta aasaat wmumm sa hfitltit BT H-tVt, Utaiataa aattajtstta TtJawaaasa toaaear or hajaataa- r u i a )i a a u u ii.ui M(Ut?, ATOOWSK- iThansblo. rrrtnternfai ASStlSBMETSTS. xfx SATIOSAL THEATHK tvery tventag. Wednesday ami "-a-1 atloees. GUS WILLAMS ASTD JOHN T. KELLY, rfWetiilt tae Katlrety KewMifoT i TlT and I BttWHWSTItATetlBR'jMtNsi'-' A LBAtTOltnt OHANTJ OfER ICH Rvery Bveniie MATtSEB SATURDAY 7UTISS FAY TEMPLETON, sappcrtei by MB. BDWIN STBVKS AND A STftOUO trrRLS"! B " M Nk In Gill and Fraset'sNew tv-o- o BnTlesqne, HENDRIK HUDSON. Costntnes Orirmal. striktnir ttnd 1 1 -t v gteeant Scenery nandsoroeand LarRO tb.raf Netwk-.UNB COOMBS tL, t HAltniS' Dl-TOU THBATnE Week Comnrcnclnii MONDAY, 8EPr Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Satnrday The Only ladlan Aotres, G0-W0N-G0 MOHAWK. In Her Own Flctnresqne Play, Written ty Herself, . THE INDIAN MAtL-CAnRIBR. Next week-LILLtAN LEWIS. set Ct S NEW WASHINGTON THEATRE, lira ST, To-atthf Mtt Artpearatlc 0 of lite Snltrttor of Iliirlctio Mtoni. 17AY k nc-rcn DdUMI OAIITY CO. Toniray Dayton's Tjmahable Bur'cst, -c. "HER MINNIE," Gorgeous First Part. Rich Ollc. Grand Farewell of MISS PAULINE IIATUIBLLER Wsek Oemraenelos MONDAY, SEtT H A New Oerartnre, as CREOLE BlntTQUC Tho (trace of theTrorlcsand ILoDcanty ot tho Orient. K- CREOLEAN CHA11MKHS tf O U EOYITIAN KNCIIANTltEfES O J 4 EMANCIPATED KTO'TIIS I From Far Starabonl db Scenes of Orlen'al Splendor Tropleal Lnxnrlance and Secret t.c rr.rci IteienUd In Ainerlrtui V)or. Tl.u Kae'est Bur e iar, -HE BEAUTY OF 11 E NILE. Marvelous Marches. Class'o rcECJ. Graeefnt flyrttlons Strang, Sweat Mulo,Fonlf'il'-'o' K3 act Sensational Dances Mkiniaeent Costames and Elczant S encry of Entirely NewDeaten. CUARMINO, COMELY C HE1LES. ENCHANTINO BOYrTIANS. ie6.lt GLOBE tHB.Tttir. MONDAY. SKPT.l GraDi! OpenlnK of tbe Fall anl Whiter Ht-asv n THE Al'Mg IMPERIAL .SPECIALTY tO Mattaeaa Monday, Wednesday, Tiinrsday and Friday. Admission, 10, CO, 30 and Wc scl.'t T ns HEOLIKN. Is tbe Clrat of All Maslcal Inatrnatuta Veeanie it performs any maslo iron) a waltz or a ballad t j an evertaro or a tynpbony rnoro beautttully aal store netrly perftet than any other sIdrIo loMrutaent. Tbe Aeolian is not necbaslcal, l'. tbo MBlptilatloQ of It is so simple that a reran ean sra to play It with from coa to tbreo weeks' practice. 7ar visit to seo t'-'sln-straBseat will be atteeraed a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, MSrA.AVS- SoJe ARtet for Jtelnway and Other First CIam Ptaaos and Organ. KXCUUSION3. COLONIAL H EACH. "vA -GOOD B aad rata, fT mr weak; batting f ri uress OBO. E. JOONSON. NliW l'UULIUATIONS. USEFUL BOOKS FOR WCHTI3 Their Pngrimage. By Osum-bs Dwbmv WiBNiB, Hchly ill' t rated by O. S. Hsuuust, Pott 8t-H.. i Leataer.te. Summer Holidays. TtHaa yatsa ia Burop. By The xrs CaiiU. aatbarof ' DetleateFeasf o--, '4' Peat f. Cloth qtaaasental V Our Journey to the Hebrides By JetWR Faawau. aad Szint'Ta Be -i Pttutau- llbittiratait. Pt "v ( " ftmtiaeatal. 11 tr A Tramp Trip, aatwteBSasafoiiFbH7eiitaD3y ' Let WasswatMaa. W1U Portrait. 3 data, SI M. B Knocking Round the Rockfes ay aartuT laaaaaau, aatbor a 'Fi , Verth Kaowta,-." " te yuen jt . IHat rated, amuwecvu, cl.ic ;, ghoehone aod Other West ern VotMlers. tbaaaKM- With a Pr , CtuusLtt Fatatat Aoaji Ii t Peat tro, Ctdth, ft: Paper, , V Nooks aad Comers of the Hew EttgUttd Coast. 9 atauct, AMt Bauu- W.tbNu!-. r .. UlwitrttfaMM aaaateeva.twtb.i HorHttiirp iar Women, sw-fsajuwanlt, tt- rwitb ltiutt ra 3 - Atav FAaat aad j. ot - a,. - Ctetw, tMt- lily.Rotii jk Wy-Tacklf taaaysrbnsaatotkttrtlanuitt.-L .1 Satsaaar F- Vsjum. uitt c Wr Ooth Hntawriakr 1 it"" Chty lioy la the Woods taAtatastBsYeauiretaatat. h, L. ?. Vaua. tttattraMd uit CaMfc, OaaajaasMj, iM trha aaete are tor li r ! saWlastorwUl txmaatbrUa t-uo - IP wmtM to aat part ul u u - ttd u tili w taxwit -t 1 f - ft 'HI intir r by HARPER & BROniLK &J3P ( -