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THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12,1890.
2lDB DAILY CRITIG AP CAPITA T, Tkt Qnty Democratic JMttf rper Pb- kthriat Wmhington. --- IttM TriaMlJfTN UftlTlO COStfAJIt. OFFICS: e4e o rfftSBT wort hwst , WAMttMrnm crrr. o. c. TBMM OP STBWTtrPTIO!. 1ft BBBltetae prepaid). 1 year ; " " l month SI rtWttrtefty. lreosth .. tMBcMmC MBStlMt, wastflhXtekt 6- o. mmmmmm asm i i 1 hiim. ,. ,., m., , i.. WAtRtimtoti. D. C, Start. 19, iSW. atfttMHItoMtftlMl lW.I -I ! . .. .I..I.I. a MOD'S SBRSWT) MASKUVSH. WnB Mr. Rmi left bis post id toe Heme ud went to Maine to cosMtnct )M ob ctmplfn, be ostentatiously antetrered thai be felt some fears ae to the mult ID bis district; ah HerobMen mMMiftn IraaKly confesuwl that they felt a llttlt shattj, Bt Mr. Kurd's frfemlt, those who went tip to aelp blm, expressed their snrpfita at the apetay saowa la Mr. Hum's eiraw. Therefore, when Mr. Ijbbb tietnbtat bis ptarftMty of two year asro, the tonfchment of ftimetf ami his frfewtte r rmerl to be tunalerl hy tbeir gratifies Hon. tn view of the snpposetl condition i f things In Mr. IUaiV district prior to the election, tomt Democratic papers ate reflecting loudly on the Democratic management of the can vass ami claiming .that. If proper iffofti had been made, Mr. Kurd's ma lorltjr of twt jeara asm wemhl haee tcn my-fliwch cat down, If not actu ally tlNlrmteil. That the Democrats Ml nothing In the camrmlcn, l plalnrsml that blame attaches wmewbere for thin Inactivity lx certainly trtie. The claim (bat they were conduct leg a itlll hunt may 1 true, too, tut the mult show that It w.ts Mr. ltu and his filende who en saoetl In that game ami played It to infection. It was not necessary In a district cettalnly Republican and known to be devoted to the protection doctrine: but If, notwithstanding "apathy" in the rank and file, "alarm" on the port of the Speaker himself and openly expressed "fiat" by Lis organs that bis plurality would fall far below that of Lie former eoBietts, he should double it, what a fan owe personal victory that would bet jUd It wa. Uy a vtry shrewd milt tcsl mini nvre, by which the Demo irsts wire lulled into complete loac uor. by it liberal use of money where it vcnld i!o the moot good, and by the d of all the aits known t the denn Mlr, Mr. Speaker Hbbd has achieve 1 ii u aprmtntly btilllant trlumpli, and Is now, a advertised far ami wide, "m-nl-Wt" wearing his laurels. None of bis admirers, however, take note ot the (set that tbeir political hero, able by a t tick to reduce the Democratic vote of tbe district, could not with all his as tuteness and all the preeUce ot the Speaker of the House of Ilepreeeata lives at his back, keep hU own Repub lican vole up to Its strength of two rears age. ' i e i i 1 1 JIT. PLEASANT PEOPLE AND HUNT'S KA1LIKUD. 1 he citiMM of Ml I'leasaat are again up In arms, ami threaten vengeaao upon tbe "Washington and Georgetown iCallroed Company. It will be remembered that as tbe result of the united action of tbe cltl scene of that rnpidiy-growing suburb tbe CoetaJssioaers or tbe Dktriot roadc a report to the Congressional District Committee recommending the I'ssuge of a bill requiring said railroad company to run all its care up to Mt. Pleasant within ten days or forfeit their charter. At tbie juncture the president of the company addressed a letter to tbe eea'r rsaa'of tbe committee, promising, if no ecUon wm taken on the bill, to take off tbe extra fare of three cents eharged by the hid ears, and aa soon as he could to run oat every other ear. Instead of doing this the company is now subject int; the eitiseae of Jit. Pleasant to all kinste of inconvenience, One of the Kicks employed by this corporation to ret even with the people for causing a uetucttoa in 1U charges is the new uLtduW that it has put into opera lien. By this seaedak the hU earn are w. ins ss hw la erweeet wwh the Aitta ears at the boundary, and the A vn ut ears to run as never to coaaeet ki taw XL Fhtataat cats. Noiwith tUMlltg the fact that these ears eoaae wttfcJa t leegtae of eaakiae; eoaaee tkMs and teas than one minute In point af ttnw, tke MX Ilea sent people have the anthtatiion of itandtag in tha street nana ihaeslng in vein to tie enr drtM, wise shout hack, "Time np, can't wfc" and sxi on just as If a pantifiir was nut within a thousand wttaj of Mwss. Tne ctttsens wiU nct again to-nigU at the residence of Major &tnu. m Ksmmw avenue, and neoaapt action ifl an taken. They have on their ccta wattes three very autine lawyers MeasM, IjncQttu, HTta and Aiono. mmI thane jpnttiniBii w? aw to k tMt Ue pnocae ot Mi. Pfcinnsni haw wsticas lor all the haneainaiaaea w ipp m f pnp anniannnnr vsnwnHnnnnw they hs haea aokjectid to. Tas Jews Md Umrm of Cavatieatost. k. C . aayathai, during the fats! year cask .gt 9U Uat. the tsaahf ot UMtdty amowated to WM,m, aa tnwugajcl about U.W,W mt im last aVmai yaw. In the pant four yeaa the cnty has erected buikMage to the vshae of tAzi.8bS, and mm has m lnsMtaet maniifattorlm. eapioytag aiif jnjee aetneanteil eaestei ejarrf- taW.tHW ncedw valued al ,. mji. Ttno eastne waHi ee been adekd tn feepaaiyear.alag fciosTM4aw tvi. teHMt factory. Tim hajgait ii of Ckaxkatoa hi U.mjm. The h , ,SM are t?,,Uv, aa4 surplus K4.4m T: u rvn-AusLrku Mteuni aay LAueaa WtfJa tfcg a- i ... iLii ,orgi nuaahtinof Xnl- ev a... r psoawae to it iymetkae nwrkmee of the i Jam in different fans of New Jersey iiivcs Uit icpt.it ii.ai a culuoy vf 8ouUi .Tercy 1 Irwtr-! and tbeir families tins gote to Augusta, Oa. Last Saturday a party of over forty giMaMwttn and tn itiembers t f their ftn!tt Wl Clayton, BrMcTton and ITiHtamstoirii, S. f., and took pn?e on b seanwt Sas r.ah f r Anrta. fls vWwks are to be farwd In that cfty, and It wss neces onry to lrpott laWets from the North. Tne glass lndtry U Just tpronttag from seed to tt.e Sontb, but in it very bort Itlht a !tge t mnbtt of window glaesTforkers will be taken to Angnstn. Afro from thai city he been In Heath Jet y nod Philadelphia lor sorwe weeks searching for workmen. The men vrko went South but Sitnrday are H Skilled als8b'orer and rnmmsAd high wages TftK Fsttrttvs (omrrma: of the Grant Mnnmtht Attoclaftnn bvedc cldid en three thing: Flrt, that a irittintrit Mall bebnllt; sexnnd, that tliy htte a iHslgi for It, and third, that It Mail be pnt nt on the Insta'.l ment pi r. and the cnmmHtee win itcotrnurd socotdtngly to the aftoola tlm. Tbe design chonew kns been so kcttd btratise It can be put wp by piece Hiial. that Is, It can be finished np to the dome, and then If the association ain't raise any more money, they can stop there, and the architect says that any one who has not .rn the original de sign will not know Int that the whole thing I ci mpletc. Jfow, If the arch! tict and the cin.mtttce bad jut kept this part of the enterpiise a secret, the aitr elation might have gone up as high as the dene ard trade everybody ex cept themstlvcs believe they had erected a splendid mobumrnt to the hero ot Appomattox. The New York Monu mint Association Is indiscreet as well as slow. A Tn.vvxi,KK nrmi Ceylon makes the statement that the ctiflee tree is dying otit, not only in Ceylon but in IJrasll as well, there being two causes for tho de cadence, one, that the ground tiled la the cultivation of coffee loses Its pro ductive qualities, and tbe other, that n fungus growth It killing the trees every where. Thlj bearer of bad news to the lover of coffee says that ten Is bcln? raised in abundnncoln Ceylon, the ox pott this year being sixty millions of pounds, whereas n shott time ago It w. only fifty thousand pounds annmlly. We believe, notwithstanding this travel et's news, that tbe coffee drinkers of, this generation need not be alarmed as to a scarcity of their favorite beverage ft r l tit rt'HSons slated. .Tub Mnfitttirir's lter-ir-l. pub Halted at Baltimore, says "More for turns Lava been made In Virgluladur Ing the last tuelv months than In the preceding twelve yenr. nod the next twelve months will show m my more iven tl an tbe past twelve The whole State has Jnt Cjintneticid a great for v nrd movement, and at many points where wheat and corn fields stand to-day will be prosperous towns n year hence." Thk Washinotok fW can account fur KimxKDY'i tirade against Quay only "upon the theory of pare cussed ness." "That has been bis complaint evtr since be has bcun In public Ufa," says the Cleveland J tti a JMaUr. Whose cusiedaeM and whose complaint, Qu.w's or KKNNBnv's ? Thk f!.vi.uao! A'im says tbe ex I.ortsof Texas dutlog tbe nsoal yoar ended August HI lsst amounted U 10.SIJJ2S. Tbe value of aaseased proptrty lu the State Is estimated at 7SO,O04.OOO. There are 9.1 13 miles of railroad In the State. Tbe cotton crop of 1866 m was 1,713.890 bales. Thk Mammal of Lshvenwohth, Kan . has announced bis Intention of arresting ae gamblers all persons who play for prlxe at progresesve euehre partiee. How be U to Ulwover the offentlers, he baa not vet made known. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Xlma. A. Kiiipaad wlf, Cfftcla nti; r. T. Dugy, M.li. Dyer, CbarhMtoa, W. Vs.; T. 11. Iladkiu, Georgia; i!U Morlcsl, KlctiBwuu), Va ; Mn, Miller, IJloKtai, N. V. Si. Junutotu a. l.e Koy, riuUuelpbU, J. A. Citwiy, Hr York; Mr. and Mrs. W. (i. JiarriMB, Miss K. JlJgglBbotkiiB, MiisE. VUt, Miss ton tVHies, Tsz wll, Vs.; Jobs II. Tompkins, fct. LouU; V. O. KultiUau, ArkaasM. Mtf'oriTs-Mis. W. W. Bmttb. St. Loui.; Mux Lain, rbUa4llUa; K. Morris, & UU Ulv; Joita V. Morris, tntukug, Kan.; I). roiikB sad mils, I.twiaum, Ma. AiM-Mrs. H X. IrwiH Wtwdtac, W. V., lilt M. K. Maaa, BraUiofd, JSoma : KdikutU Kiosiiaa, Boataa; WUUaat WMkia kw, BUsvicghMS), Conn., Charles WULta ul, Xew York. ASr4aw-A. L Martin ana U. C. Dmr, M K. Itgaits w-d W. K. Jotuaou, Ctacla- BSIi. JWniySm Henry . Osaacd, Xehtaaka; W. B, rrabklin, Xew York: KdwU S. Craasp, Philadelphia; John H. UU, Xew niyHai. Cikm iii.l Iltnu nilUndA. U IT IAUA. a H. Fattatsesi and wife, SawYork; IVaaiai . mini sou in, mmm ion; iMaaN Btetwy, Andrew Howard, 4. VT. Blair, tUBurg, Pa,, BaelaMan K. aaaddard, 'iedaacket. E. L; MtM Sva atswas aad piti Wuedaoe. Mn. U. I. Fowl. Boatoe, Mass.; WfiHam C. Fulkx sad wife. Psattdene; X. W. Fearsoa, WheeltogTw. Va. Uuttl Joinuoa-H.. Bernard, Urn York; J. C. Xat. itouth CasoUaa: '. S. staowa aad W. 8 Grvea, New York, Ur. Y. Teat, Httatuu, Fa. UvUfrt' Ttujuas A- tea, Bull Koe. Va.; F. L. ahepsrd, BailUttor. FVcarMa, ter, lunira, K. Y , . B. Harry, ViaaaaTrT Mttrvtdi-U. aV Weak 4 wtfa. La tiraaga, Ua.; Jeeuw aeotl aad wire. Ll cois ll ; U. a7wBs, Urn York, iir-o-Hcuuiuiu Yuankista, FaiaSasSajk A-(ieiUe, Mnrkaater. iTYLeaWast, BnaMalBnta slaBftnm CVMifali J-BlMal VpMMn ttaleelsi V- Laneare and aV L, IjyUaaufjL IO PaYLLHJ mAQUsfttLiM DM f Mlk JLttsl ialtlfii leBfalBBBV faaMnV lm an mj vnpmfB) aannnpsnnnn) man arccoru vus paaatg w uw vuuy ansass a Deck Uj Wl, J i vws U ih teynssksaiam To the viuiot Uiou rowjssM. Phyltts, u. Oi iseaa ee Ut 10 t kt.8 IMiMllMj tBaiwueit at-fte waw set CMacenUMB Btautecua U.uX J. tiagranre. stcaButf Psoas the esoerald vlldernaas. 'llii. i mbj Uk tuuctuui. miliar u, n y.ym 10m U raaaet leaat (he ''g ssadiaBat isaaaat Parfuwe troaiec W tstf SB tfc fajaajB nesMsa-fair but Z "" PERSONAL. CofoMl R. A Rotra, tlm wll known manager of the Hotel JottnotJ. has gone on a twr week's pleature trip to Boston, Mass. Oite Thorne Miller hw lr)vent'l a litre fot a certain tvpe of women Srw calls them 'philanthropy ffemls." Miss Helen Oonld. .ta? G -mid's danebrer, Is an accomplished hnTMlst She has tie rarest private collection or orchids In the country. James O. Hill, president of the ?rett northern Railway, ha given 10.CW) to Mnnlcstcr College, an Instl tntfon under rresbyferln auspices. MM3 The Pope 1 said to have grown very thflt, bin bis health, considering his ftreat age, h verv good. He eats but ttlf. and keeps 'up his strength chiefly by meant of a strong broth. Mfr Clementina de Vera, soprano In Df. PnxMn's church In Jtew York, re el Ives H.500 a year for her services. This Is sard to be the hiebest sslary paid to a choir sinter either in America or Europe. The American colony of students and srclifologlsts i Athens Is so large as to give a certain character to the dally life r.f the town. There are dnesms of professors etndj lag there whose names are well known In Amotion. Jlrs Grace January, the wealthy St Loid widow, who was reported to be engaged to many the Hon. Mr. Trueo of Hegtaml, has a fortnne Of f5,000,00t). She Is not yet 10, and is a very hand some woman, with delicately cut features, brldiant dark eyes and dark balr. Iler. Frank Porsythc, a Methodist KpUcopal clergyman, who was sum marily dismissal from bis church at Itockrand, N. Y . for playing baseball, has established an Independent charge nt that place, and is to Lave a big bene fit, for which tbe attraction is a game of baseball, In widen the pastor will play. When the young Lord DutTerln reached his majority bis mother, Helen, countess ot Gilford and granddaughter of Sheridan, presented him with n silver lamp and poem. He built a tower ae a shrine for the lamp, and had the poem engraved on n gold tablet. Lord Tennv. son, touched by this ideal deed, wns moved to write n poem, which was also engraved on n gold tablet. Olninpai A lSew (Jnmo. Tttm Ik A'lgmta Chrtnleh. In this game nil the playors are equally divided. Thty tit on opposite sides of tbe room and a girl Is taken from one clump and a boy from tbe other. They leave the room, while each clump thinks of tonic word, proverb or Incident. They then return Into the room and go each to the opposite party whence they came. By dint of questions and cross questioning they must find out tbe word or Incident fixed on. If the girl succeeds Le rejoins her own clump, If she falls tie sits with the other, and tbe sane with tbe boy; if he succeeds he keeps with his own party and if he falls he also has to Join the adverse party. Tuo fnilurts thus swell the clump opposed lo tilth own, and tbe game Is won by tbe tide that numbers most at Its coo clttsli n. It Is an amusing game, the different c'ttmns welcoming tbe sits i esses and Ullimi. making it llvelv and blight. Itlchtlulljr iDillcnHnt. Frtm It Ailmt, X,t., Sun. An objeot about six ftet long floated into this office one day this week and very modestly (T) requested us to dis continue bis paper. This, of oourte, Is a n quest that we are always pleased to comply with, as men with any honor In their make up usually pay up their ar rears on such occasions. This degraded object of humanity, however, proved himself to be one whose nature Is a stranger to all that goes to make up the character of a man, ami while we were in the act of eiaslog his name from our time honored subscription list he quietly faded away, leaving us In the hole for $1.33. In the line of custednoee, little nese ami downright meanness this fel low surpasses anything we have ever come In contact with. A Stntteror folate From tht San yrantUM KnuMmr. The census returns from Idaho show why tbe Republican leaders in Con gress were so anxious to force tbe Ad mission bill through without waiting for a count. The population of Idaho Is 8-1,820, or less than half the number tbat will be required to elect a single Representative under tho new apper. tlonment. Idaho is now a State, with tbe right of electing two Senators and a Itepretentative. while New Mexico, with over 150.000 Inhabitants, is still a Territory, with no vote in either nouse. New Mexico has the bad judgment to give a Democratic majority, and will, therefore, have to stay out in tbe oold until a Democratic Congress takes charce of affaire at Washington. Chleago Id 1000. FrmlkJh4 HoUut XaU ami TUtut. New York city sees lu metropolitan glory slipping like grains of saad from its grasp. Its population has Increased less than half a million slaee 1880, and wilt net tutu up over 1,500,600 this cen sus, even with the most desperate pad ding. This leavee it barely 350,009 sbead of lu tdaaiag western rival, (Jhici BO, which has been growing at the rate of nearly 100,000 a year since ItSJ. and now tbat it has ukea a fresh Impetus by having triumphantly captured the great World's Pair, lu future growth is destined to he wore pbeeoeseeal than ever. At the very latest, Chicago will he the Bsetroeulle of the New World by 1908 UofM Urns U(errU. Psosnlgeat Kaeeae (en taleutnY) Qiaa- Origisud Package Dealer Hew utay bottles wcM It he today JtaaiAB Do I ttaf to swear it's far we ague or gcaerai deUttty, or- xwaser- Aooe: - vope! Just pay aad take aU yeu waat. Kaaaaa Don't hai to let dowaae tiring through a hole la the cettfja'. or sneak hi the back way, or call fer aoaa sad, or swear afterward thatldiuVt knew what I wasdrsekie', or Beatef No! Kl You buy just the aaate as you would pntstnef or four. Kaaaa This Is too nasi to he tntl II-WW! The end Uv the wcU k at bead! Who e ' ' ' (Gees ta ) At ktr HAhr, Jtew Or iUm rent Itae had aaet sse bf ssaaerhaht sloae Qm ikal Uul l.wAlaan ABB AM tMM AaeTha? ases with such nfrJsaoe shone 1,-t - J, UL. . And ska said, la adaaa. ikililkac sssBFa sat aB - . ,y iwiwaw JX ftl&eB eBhaaBhAJaBSBBGhaW JftfWk Aa1 eHBaaMBBBMUaf MtMttMt. htrs. Wkhwlre What Wvlag couple Mr and Jgaa. TlBtBtoaw team to he. It h) stddeat you see a coujdc so thoBusjahly Mtachetf to each other as thcaee- Wicherssc They are very auich at Utatd, fur a fiu l They hv uud no ka ibaja av ulleooyu at divorce olid Lvt. ftuUd i.a.i.b Uixii. FRENCH GLA1M3. TBI MtORT T9 OfTAIlf AN APWIO PRIAT10N TO PAT TSlM, HBW the Srmltailnn Olnlrm ll,te l)rnrM Mr ItrlJ- n otmm?, lifM Are Iitkety to tie setrtett Wftrttefroa CorTm Am YaUt Sin. It le not surprising that Reptesenta. live Cog gtvrcll has oeen exertiag him self to procure concurwwee In the Jen. ate's amendment to the Genet aJ Deficiency bill, provlulng fc th pay ment of the French spoliation etafrts. His ennstttuents on Cape Ann are largety concerned In them, and. In deed, it is now the descendants of the original claimants who are urging the settlement. For earlier generations, at least the case must have been one of tbe hope deferred that imketli the heart skk. Ninety years have p d since the claims accrued, and mor thtn clarity since they were brought before Congress. The Interval till' now has been passed in endeavoring to secure the tttectual attention of the Govern ment, n judicial determination ot their relative merits, and nn appropriation for paying them. It is this last stage In which they have been laboring during the piesent session. They ha'e run an extrtordtnarv gauntlet of mischance. During the last sl.xty years nearly fifty reports have been made npOn them in Congress, nmt nearly every one has been fnvornWa. They hare received the sanction, first and last, of the Legislatures of all the thirteen original States. A bill to pay them has sometimes passed tbe Senate and sometimes the House, but. with ft curious fatality, no such bill, until re cently, passed both branches, exoenl on two occasions, when It happened' that tbe Presidents then in power were op posed to It, and In bjlli lnstancei it was killid with a veto. A few years ago the friends of the measure hit upon n new policy, which was tbat of referring the catos to the Court of Claims for a report upon them, The report was not to be binding upon Conpress, but only ad visory, nnd it remains necessary to pro cure the consent of Congress to settle them. The claims rest upon the theory that the Government In paving them will only make compensation for a valuable diplomatic use to which It put them. They were claims for unlawful dotoa tlons, captures nnd confiscations of American vessels by French cruisers nctlnc under the onlers of tbe Directory In 1703 nmllTOO during the hostllltlos of France with England. Tho reply of France to our demands for Indemnity on this score was that the United States bad. on its patt. violated the treaty of alliance and the treaty of amity and cemmeice made with her In 1773. In thoto treaties the Lolled S.ates bad guaranteed to France her thon existing pcMteslons In America, and bail agrved to protect French vessels and otherwise to aid France slmu'd she beeoau in volvid in a wur with England. Twenty years later, w.tr between Frnncc acd Eneland having broken out, the United Sta'es refused to tie bound by those treaties, and evuntutlty annulled them. So long is France In titled that the treaty of 1773 was still binding, not only would alio refuse to consider the spoliation claims presented by American citizens through their Government, but she accused tbe United States of violating national obligations. The upshot was the convention of July 31, 1801, in which both parties withdrew their claims. France formally niloawd our country from the erabarasalng obli gations cteatcd by the treaty ot 177S, while the United States released France from any obligation to Indemnify Ameri can citizens for tbe loss of voyair.ee through her action or tbe seizure of vessels and cargoes. Put In th's torm there is a good argu ment for tbe spoliation claims as a whole, setting aside questions as to tbe Intrinsic merits of Individual claims and as to the amount of liability whieh la any event France would have been likely to admit As to that matter, it Is habitual to claim a great deal more than Is awarded. But so far as tbe principle Is concerned, there seems to have been a sacrifice of these individual claims by the Government for its own benefit. It took them in trust for pre sentation to France, and during the ne eotlations for that purpose found lUelf involved in troublesome counterclaims, from which it procured a release by abandoning the claims of its own citi zens. And the question is not materially altered by alleging that the claims of France were prenoeterous, and that she could not fairly hold the United States to perpetual obligations under the treaty of 1778. The real point Is that a sense of la gratitude, however unreasonable, enter tained by our ancient ally, to whom tbe country owed so much, was something that needed to be removed. If possible, even at a large price. The unlawful acts of tbe French war vessels, which may have had tbeir origin in this feel ing of American iagratiiude, furnished an nppottunlty for mutual concessions, vthich was accepted. Our Govetflateat may or may not have keen guilty of any breach of faith the apolTattoa elaiaas may or may not have been recoverable against the French Government: but they were certainly used to purchase atmethisg of great value, namely, the eztiactiesi of French bitterness toward us, aad the abaadoanseat of the eoas pact which BUsitt have caused the re vival of that Utleraeea ia future years. Such grounds for allow lag the apoU atioa clalau have appeared satisfactory to eminent ttateseaen aad lawyers like Webster, Clay. Caieb Cashing and Ru fus Choate. Even when opposition has been made, K has largely beea based oa grounds not connected with tbe priaci pie of the claims, such, for example, aa that they do not iswelve individual hardship, being meetly held by marine iBtiiraiifw companies ur by the -silgneot of peraoas who purchased thee years ago for a tHfJhsg sum oa speculation. UtYlas lit Biatwr Away. From Tvuu &tjtuij$. "I suppeee, Teeaaty, you love your tatter very much." aaJal the Beaiessaaa who was paying hie iddmnnu k) Tcasasy's afeter. Toauuy I love her when there are fellers srwMtd Saw ie uiigbAy gaud to ibb ua. But ate h a cmm u the mm cadef after jjMj ;a bob. j She is Jake . mm ss a bobs wtiaout a Ata't that so, ft etore. teaueei" tbe biadlerk "OB. With a agaaBiadai a. gi tki sbumm Uam autaaaL. w mmm bbb sbbbHS -Htm ri Menid. aui." IfifAJaBsZ Jar ja liAKBjito JfceestAj 4cMm tfafe. We Ub the KJa of the Caaaahei lalajMie would aaw up Coauuesdal aiitfit thas aJteaaaiia. iicac& Kb akA tojal hiajB hiai. We ace kwtB4 V aVBMAhiBg BBSJ. -w Be aia le gat aloud's BaraaitariLU, U uit aiaitt an auuest, ittuatic aasdl. iae. Uu but Uk 4uj jLUu, mkiih is ilkod to FOR A GOOD SHOE VISIT Wilson & Can's For an Easy Shoe GOTO WILSON & CARR'S. vr earry tne Bert tme of rtdBsit titnnflat9ftimitt Wilson & Carp's I'ntilniinlilc Mioo Men. IV o. OS 9 1' HTItKirr Ji. AV., BALTIMORE STORB, 4 nmi n tvnvr it.iiTiMoitr: smrrrr. OFntJB OF WOOTJWAKD A lOTHROr, Cerser Uth ami Fsts. n w, WABlllSOToa, D. a, , FH1DAY. SHITBMBEn JS, 1899. DAMASK XArKlNS. 1C0 dozen I Bteakcl Narln., speetal value, ft pordeten. 100 ilocen I I)leaclil lrlsti Kapklas, speetal value, $1,111 per dozen. ! Ulesebstl Damaik Napkins, better (trades, Si . Sl.w, il.TS, , tt to, s,f i, , Ae. 100 dozen Wasliet B'eaerieil Saraatk Nap kins, extra tiedlltr.so Inebes xinare, S1.S5 a ilosen. C-S nleel Damaik Napkins, S., ?l0, S3, W.SCaDil $S n iloten. I DlcRctieJ Ocrmen and Irish Dimask Nip kin, se.ee, tt, ts. ji, , i$xo, sr.srje, suit up ti) Sts a iloten. tieeowl door. JEWBLHY. 1C.CC0 Iscc Mo, to (sti. latest norHlle tn FrlrdMp 1-lossv, St atdfl.atoaeli. Latest itvle Is nrarts Me mt Jl.teeaet.; Heal SLell Hair Mas, S U and Ste ti. Coltl Bead NcektaTM, warrant t act to tarplib or Mack tbe aek, 8I.S9, JS.SS, je and JJJOeaoh Alarae aMKrlvnt of nswityhs ItUhll drtn'a and Ladies' Hraoekta. First Hoer. INFANTS' GOODS. Cotton lltrdeye la all widths, 19 jsnla to pleee; lS-lub. (Oct se-lscb. ttot meh, Tte and 9Co; U Ineh, tte and (l,aBd9T-Iab,Me r-er plese, Llntti DUrxr. lOjanti toa pteee.at aUrre cumbsr ot prices. Seeond floor, aartex. CIllLDltBN'8 UNDERWEAH. Mothers preparlaa to send tbeir daarbtsrs to school wld find It to tlvelr advantaee to Ktve us a sail bMere raaklag tlielr undsrwsar, as we have la stock a tall line.' Children 'sDrawsrs, 121 to see. CbUdrWs Sklrtr. Mto 7e. Children's Gewis.lCe to Si. ChlWrsa's Cerded Watstt, with patent bt teas sad batten M,SSe. tosend seor. LADIES' FLANNEL SKIHTS. Ladle' Short Flannel gklrts In pale blae. pk sb4 red. with deep Bea and two tusks sitcbdmattk,S1.8fi. Ladle' Short White FtaBuel Skirts, with asf hem sad tlteld with tttk, $1.M. 8ad Sor, annex. WOODfARD & LOTHROP, Corner Uth nnd F Sfs.N. W. Directory of Lawyers and Law Firms. rt AMBitLL CARRINOTON, ATTORNKY-AT-LAW, MS D streetaeetbwast, WasJdstrtaa, D. O. Wekiter Law Balldta. HasMsasr, HW Q straet aorttiwest. VyOCWBOKY WHKELER, ATJOKKKY-AT-LAW, MS and Bit i wt Csu&w Batldjag. ai 1 oniatana an., ffmklaitfnii.B. C ftrssstsas la the Courts at the Btststst aadei ftlsice ueorai Otauitj. Md. IChTlf SF. PBlLLffS. a. 6. ZAOtJKY . F. D. McKBMMKT. rmium, zauhry a mokknnby, Altoraajs at Law, Uta-U tjaalatlillaB. P St. mmmmmmimmmmKBmmmmmmmmmmmmt A TONIO. Horsford's Acid Phosphate. nnenitser. kasnitnfcii aad iswaaawtM the AaJ kjaju JBJ LAiy faAAea saketSAd AapaBBBiar JjyJ HlaUBLy U MaaaVVBBBa taW We M. K. caka,stiiaae. X. Y swet Hi ttj Mfl.fcl M Kl. a&A tlm .a li. aad sasBsafjsui assusaaee. r. J- B- haedasaav West BinsttihBsa, T-. leiereeed,- tletlaee. BtTtfiWBai ratBttfti ! JhMWhMaf ftypbattffcaBBBlai BBBBat ttUpKHHay'ilHl MM Uhi WMlA fttsttftiMftV1 bbbbbbbV KtfaBBf aValtl lal iMtlat sJQHPlBF bbb aa a bbbbbv w. w. IHWhTat BAJWWL Wf ar. HgRRON & RAMEY, hU.UKV STRiBT it. V , jaJS LAST WEEK Of Summer Reductions. JTtxt week mr FaM Tttrde ItegMtar jwlew will itrctl ntl ywt will nM hare the 6ytKrTttta!ty t ewire the BtfMI2tS STOW OFFBMsD. Her are a few of thetnt 18 rnirs Fanry 8trlpl Crtrtalne, re tlwtsl from ft lo tc. 0 pairs Matlnts Outtatns, retlucwl from 40.60 to $-1 per pair. 5 pairs Madras Curtaiae, redueed frm ?5 to 8 80 per pair. 10 pairs Madras Curtains, redueed from $ 0 to $2 ?3 per pair. 13 pairs Nottingham Curtains, out from fl.96 to871e per pair. 17 pairs Nottingham Curtains, cut from $1 60 to fl per pair. 10 pairs Nottingham Curtains, out from S to $1 35 per pair. 90 pairs French Charabor Curtains, cut from .5 to $2.50 per pair. 11 pairs French Chamber Curtains, cut from ?0.G0 to ?8.3o per pair. -I pairs Single Door l'ortloros, out from $7 to $1.50 por pair. 10 pairs Turkish Etrlpod Portieres, cut from .fS to fd.50, C pairs Komnn Striped Vienna Otic nllle rortlcros, cut from $13 to $8 por pair. "Vc hnvc a few of Hcywood Bros,' Baby Carriages left, which will be closed out at ACTUAL COST. Handsome Wicker Undies, olognntly upholstered In Silk Plush, Tapestry, &c; steel springs and steel wire wheels. Note the prices: 1 at $20 redueed to $18 1 nt $28.50 reduced to $10 1 at $80 reduced to $20.50 1 at $22.50 reduced to $15 1 nt $83 reduced to $10 1 at $30 reduced to $1 i.50 1 at $90 reduced to $80.00 1 at $37.50 reduced to $10 1 at $98 50 reduced to $21 JULIUS LANSBURGH, Thirteenth nuil 1' hfrecln. French .Furniture Polish will make old furniture look new. Best in the maiket. Price, We per bottle. KDCOATIUNA&, S- r- f - S SS- - -V J J . y-KATES' INSTITUTE, Lancaster, Vi. Tbe Iter. MONTGOMERY R.nOOl'BR, M. A., llsad Matw. Ftwr bars reeetved as taeaien 01 tbe bead Barter's farellr. At presset tbero ire two Tasaaeies. Mr. Hooper basseot bora to narrrd,Yal, rrtowteu, Celaaibte, Lentrb, Asaberst, Trlsltr. West Feint, Anaapolts, Ae., aad baa not bad a oan date (or adratHtoo rejestsd. TOI1N3 UorJilNS XINIVEItaiTY, BALTIMORE. ADBetinssraeet for tbe Next Aaadssvle Year ARE NOW READY, And WW te Seat en AptaUn. tyESLEYAN ACADEMY, Wtibrabais, Max. Use at tbe baU-deaa bt aalsate aad alattlesl itht"t-' ia Kew Bsfitaad, Tbe pay taaat Ot HI fa. adTsaae will mtvot eriltaarj taMtoa, wi b beard, for tell term, batata alag Aiwuvr'. Sad fer aataleaae t REV. O. M. STEM.E. Frtaeteal. "Jti SAOVILLSTBSQLOeieAI' HJflOOL, MiaatrtBa, ia. Baaeatas tor taeCariaOaa ittntilrr. Reeaa rent aad tasttsa s. Aa eatwaee fee eltw far gar, heat aad aaMoisaeca, Ahaxpaa.ai fmm aaasas BtHMBS M. NSY. A. A, LIBsMMS, . B. FftatsaUMiiiiilsista,Ba. S1' JOBIill eatLBBE. m. mm sawHsM- BBae, afstadr. BiisHsau i ii ir m aBjMBBBWeJejBB vK -taWAIM,U.B,Btl.. BieeQiataaBUKaKJjkiit. i.e. B iwjiiiiaaL BckBiaaaH. BBra",w Fis"s bf aaa""flB Mthav. Mat VaBkflMB. we. wuuaMas.A tlsrwiuMa utfiiJ. Addrea uuul af eeavber Bux 18, Var Bo.luwoj L 1 RDVOATIOAT.. ACADF.MT OF THK HOtY CROS?, niSi At., Afforts evert faeWtty for aeoiitrtits: a thor onfh ednestion IB llteratnrtt tensto and art. The Mstnmients tatnrht are piano, barn tlo Itn, SBttar, seaado'tn atM eBBjo, rtrenaees, teeeMl voeat, rfrtwtad mA fancy work free. wis.tr CeBrpiew Untnf5ij--Scb9l of Lit FACULTY. RBV..t nATKlIgBADB,8.J.. CliamUa, HOtt. W!LLYJ?f A LMaItdW tt.. C, (thtef Jrmti tl. 3. 0t ot ciatssst tectum on Matntotr and Adntn'strattre teeterer m citiitioiiai ai fnterwt troeal l4tw, AdsatraltT M Comparatlre bon. jbrbmTai? awlsoN, tt 1).. Lectnrsr on the Law tf Real Bitate at the taw of ETtdenee. ItON. ANDREW G. BRADLtY (JasttveFnTiretne roart, IHstrtot of Potam- Wa), Lectnrer on Common Law. rtead- Inaaad Equity Jarlwradence JOSKPH J. lMRtt!SCjTl).,, LI.. D.. Lectnrer on the Law of Tersonal Pmpertr, tYatraeta and Neaatiabte Paper. OSOIlHR B. HAMILTON. U. O., Leetnrsron tboLawof Partnership, Ojrpora Uoe1Iraetrce and Testairentarr taw. R. R088 PERRY, A. M., teetnrer on CrtmfroU Iaw. Dommtte Iteta t.'ons ami Tftrts. MOOT COURT. Ctreult Conrt: Prof George B HAmtlton. Coattof Aftml.t rrof.o. Martin RSIorrts, Anlrew O. nrnlley bth! It. Itoss Terry, Intrmlnctory leetnrc ami annemneements for the rnsBlnp term at the Law litindlnr. corner fth and F sts. n. w. on WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1. at 6:90 p. m. 'All Interested are cor dMlly Inrtted to attend. The Horary, now Oomtrl'lrRtho BDdlshamtlefldtnrAmerlean report nnd the latmt text books upon moH leent stibjeclK, Is located In tho LawDnlM Inr, with eonimodlons rosdlnit rooms at taefaed, and will be open fronts n m. to ten. m. dally. .nnitny4 excepted, to students ami alnpinl of tho scboot. , . Tho secretary ran be een at tbe Law Building on Tucdsys,Thnrjdays and Satur day, from 7-S0 to 8 so p. m., for Intormnlton, enrollment, etc. Circulars glns ooursoof tudy, termf , etc, can bo obtained at book stores of w. It. Morrl.on. tssiF st. n.w, and Ltwdermllk eo , 1MI Fst n.w, ami at WiJJ. Thompwn'ulriia store, TW 15th at. n. w.,or on application, pertonally or by let ter, to the umiershtned. S. M. YKATSfAN, repio-lm secretary and Treaiurer. VT ATIONAI. MKntCAt. COttKo-MEDl-Xi ofll nnd Dental DepaitraeLts of the L'olnmblfln Unlverlty. The sixty-ninth an nual conrse of rnrdlcnl lectures ami fourth dental oonrrc will berln on WcdnesrtaT. ttctober 1st, at 8 p. m., In tho Col lore Ualld Inir, 13TS II t n w. Introductory medloal lec ture by Profeswr Wllll.im Loo. St. U. Dental Introductory by TrofeMor Mark JI. Flnley, D. D. s Tho nntumn examinations will bo held on Thursday, October Sd, at 7:30 p. m. For clrc nlari of both departments apply to Dr. A. F. A. Kins. Dean, TSS Th'rtccmh st n w. Offlco honrs 0 to 10 a. ra. and 4 to a p. m Telephone $95. op,S-im. THEBERLITZSCHOQLof LANGUAGES 7 Uth Street Northwest. TEIIM9, SI0. Branches In New York, Do-iton, l'tillfxlel phla, Chicago. LoalsTllle. I'nrl. Fraacet Ber lin and Dresden, Germany; Mosoow, ldml it Lomton. Erir. rr.lm SI'ENCEHIAN TIl'BIVStncOttBaB Cor. 7th ami D its. n. w.. Erubroe Mix Mchoot. Tit: School of Pnietlcut nuilns nn-i Aoeounts School of Preparatory rraetloal KqclNh. School of Shorthand and TTpt-wrltlnic. School ot PpnerlKn I'nMitloal rrnmanshlp. Sctool of .Metbmlcal and Architectural I rawtne. School of Civil ferrlce Tralnlae. L'ayandMcht Ke lon. Hlutratel Cata loaneslrce II C. RPBXCKII. tUB., PrinMntl. MPS. SAItA A. SPENCEIt. Vloe-I'rlaclpsl. tex.tf mUE COLt'MDIAN UNlVEltgtTY. Tbe Preparatory School opens 8pt. W. The Columbian ColUae opens Hope. tt. Tbe Corooraa Holt ntlau Scaool opens Oat. 1 TbtiLnw Bsbool of the Unlmttty omos Oot.1. Tbe Msdloal lobool 6 tbeUNlTsrsl.v opa Oet.il The Dtmtal tobool of tbe UnlTsrtUy opn Oot.S. For catalog or other InforHMtlon ad dress JAMEB C. WELLINO. Lt.D., tee,tf 1'raatilMt. S" T. CBCBLI.V8 ACADEMY POIt YOUNQ LADIBB AM) UllILUHKM reorens MONDAY, BEPT.a. Mntlc and ralnttae Rseetye Special sel.llgi Attention. T7MEIIBON INBTITUTK, ili 911 Iltbat., bet. landKst. beletclalial and mathematloal school far yon ur men and bo;, llweloa It thtrty-Blatb year MONDAY, hEPTEMUEIl . l'renarea for Harvard, Yale. 1'rtnceton. Johns HooktM, Leblcb, and oihar eoltiti aad unlverlllaj for the tclentlflu acbooU.Unltad States Mili tary and Karat academies, aad for bu.lneM. hrlal departnent for boyi between 8 aad is years of aae. A full course la racdern las suases. For particulars address ClIAS. U. YOUNG, aagW la Prtoetpal. M ORWOOD INSTITUTE KeoteaaSBPTBMDBn 9. with lacreased raeslty and raaay traprorsoiaats. MIt. and MI18. WM. D. CABELL, as,tj PrlaotpaU. Georgetown University, Washington, D. O. SCHOOL OF ARTS AND StTENCBS (Qor9 tows CotlBe). V aw term b Uh 3eyta bar 11. Preparatory Dtfpartmoet for Bosrdr. OiltaiUte DcaitraBt for Bader aad Day Sebolar. J, Uxjaut lluiuuw, B. J., FreaJdsat. W-'HOOL OF MBDiCINB. Tem ommm tto kwrj. a. L. Mteavsn, M.D..Daa,SU Versaaat ar . a. w, kCHOOL OF LAW. Tf eMS Oafaber t 6. M. YsauMM, fssrstary. Coratowa Law Watldfam. eor. F aad etb sis. a. w. J. HAYBKa MC8ABBS. S. J.. Kaetor. pMASteWTE UALL BCrSOOb. QIbHbbML MBBttaaWAliHUe CteMaMMtei fttaWl niaHtniy Ctaatt. aeiMni nmt intHan. stBtfar a topkBa Heists? BftBjBjdp aj BBBJ SBBBBSBBBJSBIBB' BTa JBBfBBHBPBBBBam eBBBBBVSBVtB B W. Blt.VBBt'Btt. CsyrrtetteaaU. aatXnad.am St. Mem, flaaatf. Md. "tAJtBjBVasJI ktVttSjtM, viBQtjtay yiBtTfjisy h.1? Ctasataat aat fMe,Heaje aBasswe aad Ainiwinii aaaat keeeer tl. 1 ileaiies MlkAJfOWItlVUK. Ma ir AMBIT afBWaaV to bW eTriaNMH tejF iflaaVMIb Bgtau Jp IpjA. t tjastjaAu tA tkas wMI heB ftaMfa Ii Ma MMAbI bbbIbV W MiaW JaUMai'B VM" tjawYea. jMtjeWS taUHi IWAJU.bbW aeadBSB BBBOBi SJSB Bbbs Bad Vobbb )aav E B CO.JE A Jt. Pb- V.. BcdMaaUr, AMtrtESinsrs, -2 LBArFHS GRAND OPERA HOI E Enramrr.eat ct the Brllltatt Afrc Miss JANE COOMBS AWI Her Ixcellent ( mi any TO-fSrOHT AT The DeiiaMfot comcir, Satnrday Matinee, CK7VYlll4e. famrdat stet, BLEAK HOUSE. st wwefc-RrrnltT Bres. oraed Trod iv AROUND TH8 TORtD IN ElonTr DA lid Seats bow on sate. a,tt, . . N EW NATIONAL TltfATBB BTeryetWllria-.Weit.aBdSat MaL. GEORGE THATCHER'S MINSTRELS. EPBCIAt, nyprtpatArrerrneM, ?atrt'yr,?'i'w ro reetteTed memorable by a rerlvai ol uul an t once pofator wmes. iojretber with a stern, seopte ItiwstmtRm of the prorreMlon of mm streley from tte blrtb to tho present day. Ntst Wtek The Aqnatle Drama, a dark SBCntrr, Wthlts ntrefef Real Water. Seats new en tale. .... HARRIS' RUOU TnBATRE.-Opo Week, commeneniB Monday, sErT. 8. Tho (treat Artist LILLIAN LEWIS, In Iter Latest Sueeois, CREDIT LOHHR1NB, Snpprrted by Mr. W. A. WHITECAR. Neat Week N. 3. WOQD. ca "t '$ NEW WASHINQTON inEATRB.UTlIST. THia WEEK-tadles' Matinee Tomorrow. THE BENSA'.ION OP TDK AOEt K8& CREOLE DUn.SWB TbeCraeeot the Troples and lloDcanty of the Orleat. Next Week, PflrflRIAN .. mttY AND SPECTACULAIt 1 1. icSJt G tOUETIIBATltS. 3IUNDAY, SEPT. S FOSTEU. A EJtMBTTd XtSTODONIt' 11EVY OF SPRCIALTY ntOCYOVa. Matltces Monday, Wednetday, Tburs Jay and Friday AdralMlon, IS, SP, SO ami Mc. ec3.tt RACE MEETING BRBEDtRS' ASSOCIATION OF M RYI AND AND DISTRI TOP COLUMBIA. llENSISoy WELNESDAY AND Ttll'IbDW, SEPT. 1. AND lt. Pour races esob day. 13,' i In purtes. One, two, three and f.iiir yc Ml coin. 3-eo. iMJ, 2- nndS'10 rla-ne ( i ei 111 hit Ion of httH from the hrer-t rj 1 1 t . of Maryland and Dlttrtot of v!n.. i it front of tbe jrrand. Hand each day l a t Marine Hand, forty pie: Tho.oi cycrcT ottbcieaton. riieelat train, learo Hi tl tnoraand Potoroae depot every half Wnr, h eltnlnc at Vi o'clock, ra-t ra in l.i- orowil, rood muslrnEdflnodl.plaror r c AdralnfoM.Jl. Ladle adrattteit free t3 r.II parts of the rronnd. No obJot-tlonaMo t-ir aeterallowet. COt. h. VICTOIl Ul OII MAN. PrwIdentjOEN. TELIX AQNIS, ire l'reWeiit;OEN B. P UBI,B, fcconl l President ;BN J. WIIITE.Secratarr ?cl.'.'-t mnE Is tbe Grai of All Musloal Inatrarncntt Beearue It performs any mnslo Irem a waltz or a ballad to an overture or a symphony raoro beautifully aad more nearly perfset than any other sIdrIo iMtruaMBt. Tbe Aeolian U sot mocbaoical, but tbo manipulation or It Is so simple that a person oan tra to Hay tt with from one to three weeka' practice. Yoar visit to see this In strument will be esteemed a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, ttSPA.AVE., Cole Airest for st:nway and Other First Clan I'lanoa and Organs. SKW l'DIILIOATIOMS. OUT TO.DA. THE SEASON. LADIES' ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE. OCTOBER PART. Ceatalas tbe newest Part, fashions and tbo most elrrant dtUns Ja Fancy Work; a He view of Neveltle.; s Colored Platen; 33 Flat Paper Pat tarit arid a larye number of lllus tratloo. of Driws and Needlework. Ihlipart also coo taint aa extra fourpage Fasbioa tiuppleownt ot Newest Design.. ALL DEALERS, 33 CENT3 PER COPY. TDK INTERNATIONAL NEWS COMPANY, SS and tt DBase Street, New York, Oae Door Bast of Broadway It, USEFUL BOOKS FOR VACATION. Thalr Pilgrimage. ByOarr Beaunr Wabmsb. fclebly 11 la--tratl by , S, Barn mar. Poat 6ro. lU'r Uatber, K. Summer Hoh'days. Tsavaatag VMW la Basayn ty Tukccteb Chub, aataoraf "ItoHeate yaosttog," Ac t tea, eiatk Onsassatoi. tl M. Our Journey to the Hebrides BffoMMt Psi-iuu aad Suimth Robins Pmaaaw.. ntaetrataa. PoU kvo, e'kta JtJt A Tramp Trip. Bow te Ste IWaae eamtrCeatsaDay By Wtskrrtratt. l4ao CVlSlUJIt. Knocking Round the Rockies Be- ThwrrT linaaamt, aataar or "Prlodi Waatk Vaowtae," lee cKweii. Ac iMiaisaied. aoaare Svo. CW tk. -' Shoshone and Other West ern Wonders. Mr a? Itoaaacs. With a Preface ty lft fiiiff Abaxs. liJujuatc t Pot . hMh. t; ar. rtc Kooks aitd Corners of the New Eaghuvd Coast. at avsi Amm Baaxa. with Namtrouj to. ciou, jj -i HamititktsltB lor Women. Br Tstaoaoar U- Ifaas. WUB lUuatrii.. n ly iUAt Paaaxa. assaU u, oruam., clot, tut. Fly-Rods aari Fly-Tackle. tBBBeaaiewMtetsetrMsBBiaetur.ajid i -e Br iBBaar 9- Vbus. Ulunraivd. bou. I tto. Caere, UtaasBietea.ajiA0 Yaeaaeeetaermsaae far sale by ail be k IBaaHorwtUbaaaatbytAeiMbUkiu:. i. -aja Biseatil. te auf sen u tae Uuiid iaL.. Ctiaaaa or Healee ea reessBt uf wuoe. rvauawiesY HARPER & BROTHERS,