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yiTE DAILY CRITIC, TIITTESDAT EVENING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1890.
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fSSySTBe prepeM). 1 year,
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Tan gertd bni Ignorant Traibor of
11 a Msrjiand ltetmMkmi Ascmlatlon,
bator replies to day to otir watte r
n ntHs of Jtstt rrlay. urn! with the bonl
Mr Of ft ntf cnnfMrnt man flatty denies
Inat be h Istftorant of the Crvll Service
law, or that lie ' -deiionnceri" that miKh
1nnt Mr. TJiAtJtoR ctfd not ilenonnce
the law Is hne, probably; for, m he
rnys he merely dwelt very sererely.iitton
it, and (bete Is a difference, we mutt
admit between dwelling severely rm a
thing and denouncing It. We must In
sHt, though, upon our other point that
tr. Tbainok Is ignorant of the law,
bnl. at the same time, we are compelled
to say that his Ignorance Is not the re
mit of any cffott on his part.
The truth Is Mr. Tmaixok is com
joining of the llepubllcan Administra
tion, ami Is blaming the Ian- with
Iiembl!ca shortcomings. If sol
diets have keen dismissed from
$1,100 places, and have been re
instated In -tWO and fWO piaces,
the Jfepublican members of the Cab
inet the Swtetatles of the Depart
mi l are to blame, and not the Civil
Fervten Commission. The rule Is.
The soWlcr my bo reinstated In a
gtsde not higher than the one from
which he was dismissed. The dis
cretion to thus reinstate is In the ap
pointing officer and not In the Com
mission. If a soldier has been dis
missed from a $1,000 place, this ap
pointing officer may reinstate him In
the 1,000 class, or In the $SI0 or .900
class, awl the Commission mut certify
according to the request made by this
oJJkor. The Commission bas no till
crttlen In the matter whatever.
Awl Jlr. Tkainok should understand
tint limits are not classirbtl, except
In ct-rtslu sptclal ene. The ft. tux)
t'itik ilws, as a geuvr.il nil.', tin
n.e kind of work n thM ilmt
by the l.tWO dark Therefore
we roticlude that when .Mr.
1 maikor says that old soldiers are re
ttetkd ntwn aw novices because they we
u-intated by nnapprecUtive Itcpubllcan
appointing officers In. for Instance, the
f 1.000 class, and then are com pi I
tneated as experts, without increase of
salary, by being assignetl to duties cf
the $1,000 awl 1,80 classes, he Is talk
In short, Mr. Tkainok is off bis
base, awl what he calls faete are not
fnetn. He la a constructor of assertions
that have no foundation that are built
A correseoftdetit, writing anoay
laeusiy, says to us: "It would be latvr
uttiDg to a great ninny Democratic
rtdrs of your paper to be lnformeI
wby you think It Incunibent on your
f of to iwh to the defense of Qhkkn 11.
ItAUii, the partisan Cotambstoeer of
Penstons. During his iBCumbeney of
the 1'OBtloB Office be bas allowed no
Dtmccrit to hold any office of the
tHgbitst Importance, awl has die
charged many a poor fellow for bo
other reason than that be was a Demo
crat. He has bees a servile tool of bis
master, the PrsshlsBt. I have heard
Kiucb wonder expressed at the course
yew have taken."
Ih the start, we admit that Ohisx
II. Kaum Is a Utter partisan IWpubll
08B that, as CommissioBer of Pe
siftne, be has beea iBtoleraat fa parti
san settosi; that he has discharged eat
pjyee at the Peattosi Bureau, beeause
of their 'Jevotloa to the Damoerallc
issrty; that he has beB awl is sub
kKivisat h the PreaUefil.
WlwUI go further.
We have kaowa Geaeral Kaum
lastly a quarter of a century. Dosing
uvututa )' we lived ia the mib
Csmtsssnnsl district with him. awl
In b any a bud fought potitkai caw
issses have had aaay a stubborn bout
with lies la politics we have never
agsttd with him have always oppaiad'
Uw ffow A to Z, awl oa wsay an oe
caeisw have been round in our desuusei
alsoBekie noUtical principles and of
kse nattisnn wrthtnii Indeed, we
wsU Usn in our aasiwatton as one of
the suet objectionable of the Hepub
Unas Vnsstow si a thick awl thia par
tasan, wan connhtets it his shay not to
mws why and net to snake reply, bit
tsd, vigorously and promptly, what
ever bis pnrty way requite of hint, on
th wnswy es Use linwsoinl Ixaa.us,
thai A worst thing that can he done
by Uuj HsfwbHcaa party at Its woest,
h) a mb hetser thing than tae bent
thjg ya gnn be dsuse by tan Xhiasor
naiic nasty at it beat.
Hsst naval .we tnewfosn nod mu voaee
to tmj hm and cry that is ratted
, ttdansanr Must we.bacauaeww
hias ana tatek and than BofaV
hai oaatial or nessoaal ona-
, h) hsswght into ginsntoa. and ecav
rWht or wul la such
w Mill ve base nsnwr walked, and
H rtnWI II lnVGMN 9MMMBMRI Ml U4
tkt tkn Cmm eaarges antMt Mavst
kfJ IA 4gtjmAmkQm a faU& Wm attAti laX
Tt was aU. Ami we fasttevc
tanqr Inir-ashnard saan wa case
tins ta la testnwony in lass ianavaja
tiaUl ssas wish as to lane ronrin
to mm nan caargee aave aut
And the truth ie, Oww to
LkoMtttiiig iu CongTQjaVnul inveanga
ulls -1 ibis kiud Thy ace auk an
tt.d iuu ia Lbc puUk bstemat, nut
i i m u.puc ol grurUk pnawnal
, i . f ct-Ucniu parUaau tiiJa, Of
i uLa.iiiAbJLBg some turnings efids
i , . in u, vsenanjhaway aKMMSjr.
Taer deaf tsaar akw tansftM aiestg,
r d Tfuli In re ci' 1. Piuh invrM -t
Hon do not Investigate. Hut they
furnish to Maltce opaortiinitr to
Nncnen private ennrweter, M In this In
stance a done in th iwawnbies and
Me rrmsrVs that by Inference and di
rectly cbtTfct d General fUvw wttn ds.
bonesty In his bnsfness relations as well
as unfaithfulness In th discharge of
We had observed Genera! Rat In
private life, and had hcanl no reproach
r.f Wtn. We bad obrved Mm ts the
ptfticlpft flgnre In business transactions
Itsol slat hundreds of thousand of iM
lar. and had never heard his honesty
qnesannw. we nad onserren him In
the performance of profession 1 1 duty.
d had never heard of even a sitspt
cten of his Intettlty. We hsd observed
him as a public officer as a member .if
Congies and as a Commllnrfr i.f In
lertal Revenne In an era of corruption
a flagrant as It was widespread ml
had heard en eharce against his iiot.nr.
And, thcnf.irr, when we l. rned o' the
charm motle acalnst him by Congrev
man Coor w wnre internsted, ami
etowly followtsl the inveetigation that
resulted, anxious to learn If IUux,
also, had Joined the Ignoble army of
the rascals of the world. That wn were
gratified to learn that he bad not that
the charges against him were fonwU
thmlees we almlt; and It gave us
pleasure to ay mi
lliKNCII OPINION or THK
A Paris correspondent of the New
York Sun rtrently interviewed a
numlier of lending Pails exporters to
the United State on the subject of the
Mi-Kixlkt bill. One man. the bend of
Ma WHAM. Kibmj A Co.'s Paris house,
Jpoke approvingly of the measure, Imt
complalnwl that the tariff proposed
tco high In many Instances and Is cal
culated to tempt houses, which at
present do only legitimate business, to
endeavor to hold their plsce In the
market by underhand means, and he
abo saUl there Is In Fiance a feeling
among many people that the new tarllT
will brim; about a complete rupture of
the existing commercial relations lw
tweon the two countries.
Young Mr. YVaxamaxkn. who Is In
Pails at bis father's bouse, "found It
!inpoiblc to formulate any oninlon on
the bill until be had seen the text,"
but he wss confident the excited feeling
ngalnst It In the French metropolis bad
Mr. IliNM, the bead of a large house
which has branches In this country and
vml ih Kuropcan clile, daily ciinlri
lib tul jrmnirJIr. Waxamakkhm tu
ment. Mr. Hixo declared the feeling
in France aealnst the bill is Incoming,
and dcBounceil It as an lnbttiltus
ircaiure wIium passage would brHg
about , change nf Administration In
the United Slate.
A repusmiallveof the P.rli branch
of the fsmoue Cincinnati dry goods
house of John Shim.ito expressed the
dec W(d opinion that "the adoption of
the treasure would upset the existing
fileodly relations between France and
Amctlca," and explained the reasons
for bis belief.
Messrs. Kmb. Wkim. & Co.. who
have hi uses in France ami New York,
wj : The bill barms both Ktironeand
Amirlcs, and. If It Is carried out,
France will boycott both American
eo ds and American t-liln, and that
Freocb buyers are already lieglnnlng to
bu shy of American good. This firm
also says the clause referrlag to manu
facturers' Invokes promotes dishonesty
awl renders the honest traders liable to
Dee or ImprisonmeBt without appeal.
.Messrs. JADHAV Co., who repre
sent a large New York dry goods
bouse, says of the bill: "It kills our
Mr. Leon Glahxzbk, who repre
tests one of the largest Importing
bouses Ib Pari, awl who is a natural
!z4( Americas elllsan, characterized
the bill as a "boodle" atfalr, whleh
wouhi drop through, awl uader which
Itwouhl be found Impost We to cor
rectly iBvoiee gowls.
IIOIOHTOK, 3IIt.Ui Jk COMIMNV,
Itot'B awl New York, have just pub
lished "Civil GoverBBseat la the United
States Considered with Some Refat-
nee to Its Origin," by John Fwkb.
The 1 ook was written at the suggestion
of the publishers, and is (steaded as a
text-bouk for school purposes, as well
as to be of service to the geaeral reader
interested in Awerleaa history. The
author beina at the hattoea, as It were,
and gives nest a description of the
temntkip as thsi stoniest unit, aad then
the history of eoaaty aad city govern
mam); of the various eoloalal govern
meets awl their Uaneforwatioa lato
uiodein State gowuiaeuts, aad lastly
fillos a eoncbe desetiBtien of the
Fedesal Govafawent, tae whole con
eluding wtik a few brief bints and sug
geationg as to our political history.
The bonk cantatas ia a eosnnaet fores
Bsack valuable laiotsaatioa, aad Is
written in tan elaar aad atUacsive style
that enasactatlats tan lotsaet works of
Tan KXTtuvAUAKT IaoALLs. aaoio
ghdng for Quay, DesuJsv and hiaualf ,
decUtes that tae irowit Hnpsialirna that
eeet lived fa) batter by far than the beat
Ikasactat that ever lived. Evan Presi
dent Utaaiaow. su does aot Una In
uw, sadles at this, and sesaariu that
Mr. IneAUJ is a vary able saaa. Aad
to ae ia ante ia atany directions; and
exassaatosM Uke tan oae quaasd has
aatshrtshtsJ ato reamnWoa as a vary ablst
Mar. Tans hi said wttkaut tataataas to
edead. has, on tae euaUary. to give
credit waese credit Is due.
iMwe hnli-woae nsM Mataseaaas,
My U4y geftan4 'rWBr
A wissaaa resebed. sal s win.
aae fcwnsaeaed esa
thj uuouea ta
Mar teas was aasasd wtta Mag
if sack fab- cheek sksaaTclann
m- ' PffaltfhB ITlaWhlijlL
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With what sweet gsaaTsMi
hw aiu-mwi aoaea
bate aw, is pMm ol aU
Thai ia U cowla aase si
ACJ3WBMML ITiUnnl uiftaUk.
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l"HgfC ms- BkawawaV WjsB-BflBJW
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IIO I EI, ARRIVALS.
JWrfrfyrftOm T i. .UStttgun, Chteago;
i. B. unggs snd J .f . Pavte, yttrth csro
ba; O. Tf. ttsrdwtek, Rtrmtmrhsm, Ais..
.Tnw tttninnMrk. Montfonwrv. Ais : ?.
S. Kvtes, Mr. K K. Ettns ssrt S. H.
Fshis, onth furoHns: Mrs. thtntt ami
psny, Athmi", a ; K. H. Ktrper atxl nlfe,
AVWfrm- F.. tV. Bfyre.PttUbarg; E t.
Retfbell, Clrtrisnd: W. n. 8ydt, Jtv
arh, tbto; 3. P. Powell, themes Smstl
thwd, S. R. 0Relrne. Otw Wenssf, A. i.
Wfsl snd i. t. Dwighr. St To: A.
Lehman, Pstttmore; J. B. Rtcaarwson, Ttta
i. Jttmnt XV. Wvmtngton, TatbtbanMe,
Fla.; H. R Lipscomb "d A. i. Pleasants,
Imniannri, Vs.: Mrs. A. It. Tfnn, Attnls-
nVa.; MtM Cnmahaw, RapMan, Va.j M.
rent snd wife. Blrmtngbsm, AM.; ft.
O. Jones, Mtsslotppl.
Willanrt-A. It Tstterson snd Amass
Thornttm, Sew Tork; t. J. Smnmerrtlle
snd wife, tfoortMiry, 5. A L. n. Jordan
fid wife, Mofitreal.
ttjgmA. R. Porbes snd Kdw. Brodfofd,
JrrlwrieM, .Mans.; R. C. Thompson, Mead
TlUe.Ta : Benlnmln F. Bntler, fsw tors;
Uforge M. iVch and Alfred Seett, Topk,
Shnrrhtim 4. B. Clsttc and wire, Phila
delphia; Oeorge Cook, Xew Torh; C. II
('. Armsirrour, Vslparslso, Chilli S. R.
Iaabsm, Sew lork.
Arlington rdn-nnl lxmterbach and t.
llowrd Foote, Jtew Tork: A. 8. Mthews
and ife, (lgow, Vs.; I). G. I.tltleneM,
rswinrket, R. I.; L. T. Tntner, Savannah,
tta.: Mrs. Vf. II. rotter, CaHfornln.
Arnftr,. M Collins ami wife, 11. A. Col
lins aad Miss M. Collins, Cincinnati.
.Vormrtnff.y -.Tosfiih Dlrhson, St Louis:
I. V. Helsmalster, Frank Smith awl W. W.
Ireneell, .New York; ('. .1. Prince ami W.
l'uneer, Boston; Thomas. Harrison. 1'hila
ilelfhifl. f-Wkifr-C. I. Hoover, A. II. Patterson,
New orV; L. Meed and P. F. llsvinon-l,
Boston; Ctptsin C. U Smith. U . A.; W.
S. Campbell, Johnson City, Tenn.; .Mrs. K.
R. K. Moss, Miss Moss aul I). V. Moss,
New OrlesBs; V. H. Wassell, Pittsburg.
Mrs. H. lierger ami dnliter, Ssn Fran
cisco; V. B ttllllsms, Providence, K. I.;
Hon. Daniel Hjan, roliimbus, Ohio.
,1M1 JonnnV. C LlndMy,Mnssu,
V U. M Wl.lfH.l.t Hu(..i:(.l II,. It.
K. Chrleson. Aurora, 111.; KlbrWee ilomi
;ml Albert Hall, Tjl..rsvlllej II. Vnnce,
(jorfrfeV Wetwter Katon, Lincoln,
Neb.; 1'. II. Seymour ml F. L. Shlpend,
Baltimore: H. V. Itoeers ami wife.
Mmk Twain received $1)0,000 In roy
alties from the play In hlch the famous
MttUtrrjf ZtUtrs appears.
The Oeiman Kmpcror Is a clever
artist, anil can dash oil n bold sketch
In oil Hint would be creditable to many
A mammoth loaf of bread, two feet
Musre and one foot thick, welching
fltty pounds, was received recently at
the V bile lloiist-. it came as h gift to
the Prisldent itom a yeast manufacturer
and a taker
Srinsinr Dixon of Ilhode Handle said
to have m me of the bluest blood of New
Ki.gl.iin1 In bis tliis. Huh his father
hd bis giHiidfatlier wem stntesmen of
Bole, the latter having Leen -i Culled
Stalls Seiiati r.
Quten ClulatlBH of Sjialti Is fond of
the i rem, but dislikes Hppeiirlng before
I nlllc audiences. Slio overcomes this
dliUculty by having her chamber con-
uicim oy leiepuone wnn tue opera
boute, and In this way she listens to the
nerformsnee without having to appear
before the public.
One of tlio witnesses In a case tried
In the District Court of Denton, Texas.
a few days ago wag "Hlg-Foot"
Wallace, the notul scout and Indian
slajer. He was a lieutenant In Jack
Hsjee' famous Texas regiment, and Is
credited with killing more .Mexicans
ami luuisDS limn any other man alive.
Frederick John Crldland, who has
been In the IliltUb civil survice for the
past thirty five years, holding various
positions In this and other countries,
has recently resigned the post of consul
at Charleston. 6. O. During the war
lie was consul at Illchmond, Va . and
for twenty years held a similar oltloe at
M. Alpbonse Daudet Is now quite re
covered from bis recent Illness and Is
busily engaged on a new novel as well
as a ploy, the latter being Intended for
tue uymnase Ttieatre. in the forth
coming work the question of divorce
will be analysed, especially In Its rela
tione to the situation of children of
parents who have been separated by the
law. M. Dsudet is now In his villa at
Champrose, a rustle retreat on the banks
of the Seine near Corbel).
flood IIusIoms at the Theatre.
Kemarkably good bouses have beea
the rule at all the Washington theatres
this week, and the managerial face Is
consequently wreathed In smiles. The
attractions are excellent, aad the bud
ge goes to show that Washington
theatregoers always appreciate a good
tbieg, whether it be la the spectacular
or legitimate liae. Albaugb's has been
jsieiueu to we aoors at each perform
aace, aad the spectacles in the Klralfys'
ereat produetioa "Around the World
la Eighty Days" are voted the most
beautiful awl magBinoent everseea.
The Mikado ballet U encored again aad
The same story has to be told of "A
Dark Secret" at the KaUoaal. awl the
audiences there are vociferously enthu
siastic. The excellent malodrawa at Harris"
is doing the largest buaiaeas so far this
season, aad genial Muaager Kaston is
A KeallsMc lUIUwu Vujrucv.
The balloon voyage, which Is oae of
the features of the racy, aaeataeuUr
burlesque at Kernaa's this weak, is
quite realiatk. Meeaaafeal aad senate
enacts, iaveated by Meat. 0. W.
WilUaws, the aotad veatrtloqueet and
aeronaut, aad sole owner of the Parieiaa
Polly awl Spectacular Compaay. serve
ts aaake the aeaae novel aad afazklv
Tae forlora coiawllsas who
into tan basket awl ate left
dnngHng between heaven aad earth, ap
pear to be ia a very laughable predica
aseat, which, perilous though it really
is. Is enlivened with their ready wit
The Baaoramte views laUoduoed U tab)
aeeae agord rich glimpses of foaesgn
oMiasries by aanat and day, '--limr
tan Dark Ciwliaeat. which Stsatoy has
but seaantly exploced. The sunna is
, aa u twougat to a aaffr
tan i vovaisaaa fafc
en u ia use c;
JiauLaLakJ "" a ml U m
Bsappp sssaweews- wnws ,
It goes witaout saying that Mr. ated
watt aave greater iniueaca than ever at
Wasfctagtoa, but, la Cos&easnaial aad
Idsnlnintrative circWs la want way
iy atay afact Mr. BUiae's ulatkisw
wish tai- Adwiaiatradon we soaU know
aasealter. As between tanas two pub
w nan, aaybody can see taat tk Cuss
Iswaaad KeptwieMatlve hi ranfcUy t
sawaaaa taw gesMsal pHdaMoa
KensiWkaas waks was oace Mr.
anawav a esriuaive aoaatswaiav
'Vwatead awn aawawaw san
a haasd aw was aafl awaaW tsf twantf
PEEPEDFROM A LADDER
CIARLST HART'S MAST
t:amn's ..tvMtc nm"wiih rfi
AW ef a iMltdnr tin VRnvrtl tho
3'"1 " ly ImHl-'s C)ttnHf
twr" lie's "terry tw.
Vesi tht mfofrtphto tttft f iTtmtHltw.
A "Peeping Tom" with his little
bxMer came to grief at Wnnwfotd,
Canwhn County, on Monday sight.
That he not treated to a stilt of
fenibers snd tar. In addition to some
rough handling, was due to the circum
stances under which h wfts osuf ht.
For several months past ytmag ladles
In ami around Waterford ami Chestl
hnrst have lieen startletl on retiring by
slight sounds beneath their bedm.m
windows. In several Instance an in
veetlgaibin showed the Imprint of
ladder legs in the ero ind WpsI l- the
famtsns. No publicity was given thf
matter, but a quiet watch was kertt, and
the word wss passed around that a
'Peeping Tom" was In the vicinity,
itnturatly there was considerable flut
tering among the young Indies of the
village, while the big brothers ami the
beaux vowed they would put the
sneaking rascal where Ills audscllv
couW never be put to ne. Strentrmfs
tlTotts were made to ctlcb the peeper,
but be was too wily and eluded their
HIS MOMtXBSB BBTRAtS IltM
On Monday nlpht the peeper wnted
bolder than bis wont. At the home, In
"V aterrord, of llobert F. McDottgall of
the Camden Pott and Camden reporter
for the Krtfting llnlktin, who Is con
valescent from an attack of typhoid
fever, a party of his friends, atnone
them ij number of young ladles, had
assembled to pay their respects and
cheer blm up. A number of the girls
bad come from a distance, and were
assigned to rooms on the second floor
to teatrango their toilets. It was while
a bevy of tlicm were chatting eayly oml
preparing themselves for the evening
that a noise was heard at tho window.
"Oh, oh, there's a man!" screamed
one of tho number.
A series of stifled rcrenms, a .nulling
of skirls and n ccncral scurrying fol
lowed. Tho men below stairs were
stHttlul at the commotion. Tho young
Isdles breathlessly explained that burg
lars were trying to btoak Into tho
home. There was an Immediate rush
for tho outside, nnd there, suro enough,
btirrlidly descending from a ladder
rninii ngainsi tnc house, was a much
abashed young man.
IT WAS CIIAIILSV I.KAIIY.
"Why. It's Charley Lenry I" ex
claimed several of the men, among
whom was Justice Curry.
Learv.a worthless rellow, win hangs
around Waterford, It proved to be, and
the men were highly incetied. He
was not given time to climb down, for
ibe ladder was knocked from beneath
blm, snd he fell, cowering before the
Iraie males, lie was In for a drubbimr
at once, nud was dragged about the
muddy erouml and slapped and wal
low wt until he looked like a mud bath.
Justice Curry counseled tlm boys In
thei. hasty act. but It was no me.
Lcaiy bad to have the mud bath.
atetfonl demanded It. In the midst
of the confusion the ladles ran out to
ste what was the matter, and it wss due
to their tender entreaties that Lenry
was allowed to skip away without a line
coat of tar and feathers.
The ladder used by thu rascal is re
tained by Justice Curry. It Is cun
nlngly delsed for lust such purposes to
which Lenry put It. It Is constructed
pf light but strong wood, and Is just
long enough to bring a man's bead
level with tho sill of a second-stor"
window. Tho tops of tho logs have
Inserted sharp, stout spikes, which pre
vmt slipping. It is extremely light
and could be carried on tho shoulder of
a man running In casoof surprise.
Leery was not visible In Waterford
yesterday, and. so It Is said, It was well
for blm that he was not, as the boys
have a coat of tar anil leathers ready
for immediate use.
Thu Mystery or Bleuiary.
Jrw Uu DtiU t'rtt Frui.
"How far back in your life can you
remember V asked a psychologist yos
terdsy, referring to great feaU of
' Let me see," said his friend, re
flectively. "I can recall incidents in
my life as far back as my fourth year."
"That is about the average," replied
the gentleman, "although many people
claim to be able to recall events la their
lives as far back as the age of 2. I
myself can recall one or two events
that must have happened when I was
not more than 2 years old. One thing
that I recall Is that I have a vivid Im
pression of sitting on the tloor of the
nursery, playing with my blocks. Jly
mother came la the room, bee wore a
bat with an ornament of a big bird.
All tLls is elear to me, eves to-day."
An AUluoullluu to Mr. Iliui,
yttMtiu Hattimbri gun ( JVlt).
Comwiestoaer elect Koas paid a visit
to the District IluIUllag aad had a
nleasaat talk with Commissioners
Douglass aad Hiae there Ibis morning.
It is jocosely reported that Consuls
tioaer Hiae said to him:
"Hmnal.T, Kum, as you pott by,
As you are now m one was I;
As I aw bow to vou mnv b.
Ho Ihea pfeparelo follow at."
Aad that, as he looked over the bulii
lag, ha was exhorted "to view the
gibuad waete he must shortly lie."
Tho Wake-Up Kswt'tf DUtrUit.
mm. UU futrthuut Srju4.
The eawpalgn la Aha First oiaUiet
anauished aad apathy was general ua
tilMr. Seed aptieared. Tae coreao
raats at once gathered atouad hlai like
vuitutaeaaotttaearcase. With the ad
vent of the dictator moral ideas went
up with a houad. Every nsan aotad as
a corruptionhtt baeaaut at oace an
thusuatic. How aiutib it cost to give
Mr. Seed ids great plurality it is Un
posalble to say, but it is safe to conclude
that never la tae history of this dis
trict has noaey been used so lavhdtly
aad so corruptly. It k a gasat irluainh
for the eakar . but a victory woa ia
auek a way ni to bring a bluah of
ihiwe even Ve ais atasan cheek.
IssSAtMi Sw Uwu Kr xw
umAt to,Um iUcerJ
The liquor daaUrs of Ue city have
got done akhJag tagaiaat tae uo-ofsaa-
naruw. aaasM w net cant of
nave wade snore ouuav thaa
vtanhw tan aew law. Mam
iianterviag tan Ian
'la asawafi afefwddican cas
idesaie psuay gtudfs oa a string laws
law faawwi stassMa d vaaw
- as liBaHantwd to a walked Awtow its
auMltoa iudag catUbuoO. laTcassS
at ajuod la taeato. of the bot iav
festaace. a vajakasa write." -t mm
seatae and leeowaiawt aWUio's ruoia
paslaaeaee to aay utaer, and Uc duoe so
rr eial ), With iMtlK. saiud.Uua.''
THE FEMALE FORM BIVISE.
Sllss Sybil Jrthnsmnw Apprnr In a
Most Atrmrtrtir oatnm.
fw Yonn, Sept. 18. Tire ftnn to
day w- The assTimpttrm by Mies
Sybil Johnstone, at the Stawdntd The
atre lat night, of the roU of ha In
"The f'bmpnccsu rs," that was Im
personated disastrously on Monday
night by Miss Pearl Eyllnge, rwsnlted In
one of the most startllntly daring ex
hlblttons of the fefnalo form thst
theatre-goers have observed npon the
city stage In years.
Thl surprising display of physique
came In the studio scene In tan third
set, here Miss Johnstone Impersonates
the m del. The actress sppnamU n the
centre of the stage In pink tights ami a
pink Jersey. She wore no witlst stays,
and both the tlehts ami Jenny fitted
snwe ly to ber figure.
1 he spectacle took the onlookers by
inrpils-, snd thty fairly heW their
bitalh for an instant when the
sciress appeared upon the scene.
Even Mr. Wilton Leckaye. who played
the husband, appeared to be surprised.
Kxactly what artistic purpose Miss John
stone's remarkable costume serml was
not clear to anybody In the auditorium
of the theatre. Its effect was Instan
taneous It was even more pronounced
than was the comment on the opening
night npon Miss Kytlnge's physical tin
suitability to the rolt she assumed.
The IllBSest Apple Tree.
FHm the MM .wnxW.
The largest apple tree in New Kng
laml, and probably In the world, Is In the
northwestern part of Cheshire, Conn.,
ttamllne In Mr. Delos llntcliklss' door
yard. Its age can be traced bv a family
tradition to 140 years nt least, and it
may be twenty or twenty-five years
older. It Is at the present time of sym
metrical shape; the trunk Is nearly
round, without n scar or blemish on It:
there are eight large branches, five of
them have been in the habit of bearing
one year and the remaining three the
next. Mr. Hotchklss has gatbored in
one year from the live branches 85
bushels of fruit, nnd his predecessor
bad harvested 110 bushels from tho
siimc tlvo branches. Hy careful mo.ts
urimcnt, tho circumference of the trunk
1 foot nbovo tho ground, abovo nil en
largements of tho roots, Is 13 feel 8
ItiChes. The glrlb of tho largest slnglo
limb is 0 feet 8 Inches. The holgbt of
the trco has been carefully m ensured
and found to be CO feet, nnd tho spread
of the branches as tho npnles fall is 100
feet or six rods. Tho fruit is rather
small, sweet nnd of moderate excellence.
Tho AVhlatlliic Hrl.
the has a taste for whittling,
A taato that's not pcrralsslblo;
Hut (till i don't object to It,
TLe pucker ft so KUsatile.
WOOI WAIIII &. LtlTllNol',
I offer lllli ami Fsist.. .
WAHIWfjTOV, I). P,
TIll"Ii.-t)AY. fglTKMHKK IS, IS I
Onr meal FTMar Kcmnant Sale mil at
tract those who have children to prepare for
It means oilds ami tds, bet lot Inferior
Lf.,!,' .AI.';,lH?n coIw HmbroWeret
IlbHMtltebwl IlaMlkereblefs, lie eaoli; re
dueed to 3 for Mi.
t 'T' . A!,-i,,S" )v.Mte wnbroMered
njnwtllebed lIatHtkersbl.a, rednont to lee,
S for too.
S .miles' Alt-Ilnee CWored KBibroMered
f-ealloied-edso HawtkercbM, rKluel to
S ladles' AU-LIbm While BaabroMered
aVallMl-edEe llaaUkeroblel. rejuee.1 to
I pairs iat Fine Wool IHaakets, rede4 to
M per ilr.
9 pairs in F lae Woql lu.nksL,, reduee.1 to
t pairs Jl-t Plae Wool DisakeU, redueed to
!6 yer pair.
1 r 11 4 rifiu Wool lUaakets, redeeea to
ODD JACKETS AND NEWMAKKEr.
1 AlbwoI Dlsak Corkscrew Jacket. aleelr
bpewi with wetalr braM. atae , reduoed to
1 Tan Ctoth Jaeket, vest froat. with broad
itHcbed edg. ehw it, rejuewl to ts.
1 Lubt Brown Cloth Jaaket. with tan vest
front and roarl buttons, iu 4S, reduced to
1 All-wool Dlaek Norfolk Walklas Jaeket.
IraaaMd with Uk-Ml.d WaJd, be , re
dneed to H.K.
1 'AU-weel BbMk Jaakst, wtth loose frost
aiid rkibly triuiBod with Ulask, Im M, r
dueed to gCTt, '
1 Extra Piee FaH-lescth Seal ftwb New
warkat, tUe St, redaeod to JH.
JUMNAVTS IN BOYS' CLOriMWJ.
J kof All-weal Dark Ptaid Cheviot Soil,
wiata-r weUU. stow T aad 11 yenre.redwwd
to JS is yt suit.
1 Detk-strtned Caevtot Scbeoi Ms, M
weiakt, redwwd to $ por sate.
Its. imxhtA Jsakei
d JsakeSs, alsoa T and 8 jeaw, to-
daced to St put salt
1 OH Oesktesew Oatawav Ooot aad Ysst,
Man J yean, rodwiod to SIT.
(Odd Jaekats w Norfolk
;hm,miii7,x. n,u aaa it
to ius. d aaahTtbas I
is teas taaa bak
Bstee sr lass sk.
wdes wse' Odd Uebt-welaat Peats, all
ateee, nidaa ad to Tie a pair.
it Percale Sairt Walesa. sualy etasraar ed
f toaa wtaatow ateaear. wdaesd us naaeaaa.
X AU-woI Kiaed OhMiaS Caae flTsraoils.
saw , laaaoed to M eaanT
Mavy Btae ChlacUlia Keator
hm l sad It fear, reduced to
ttYatvetKUt 8Urts.alae a) jm,1
aad 1 aavr Man, itatnant to U " r-
tWavr ahw Hnaaal Btoaae Wassts. slats
11 aad ll jwawa. ledatied to SI aaaV
4 (Taidtaal Jersey atioaae Wataaa, shMS I
aad S rears, reduced to Si saaa.
CoranrllthaHtl F Ste,Nf W.
Wl if Lawfeis wA Law Hhk
yjrWscissvssnawar ey aj
ant aad Ml Si at.. Hiaaniar maataaa. awu
l In tae fowls ie tjts snssisnt awtei
ssnuraws ueaasi. ask saw si
Attoman at Law.
gua Bnitftbia, V at.
FOR A GOOD SHOE
Wilson & Carr's
For an Easy Shoe
WILSON & CARR'S.
We eatty the Matt MtM of PMmt
ttenwn st ts a pstr at
Wilson & Carrs
I'nslilotinlilo Mioc 3Ien.
Ko. oso r srnriirr y. w.,
Washbintoe, D. C
-i nmi vti.vr itAi.TiMoun Nritntrr.
nmi KOLUMIIIAN UMVKItSlrr.
THE COLUMDI V UNIVBRSITT L.W
JAMBS C. WEJ.UNH, I.t, D.. rresldent.
The Hon. JOHN M IIAIU.AN, M..D.,
tAssoclHteJrstlceof t he U.S.Snpreme Court),
of riiblla ami rrtrate International Law.
, The Hon. WAI.TKil 8. COX, tUD.,
(Associate .lottlee ef Snpreme l"irart, DIs-
. trlcttif Colemblal.
rrofessor ot the Law of Heal and Tersenal
1'reperty, of enntraetn and of Crimes
.Tbo Hrn WILLIAM A. MAURT, LL.D..
(Associate Attorney Cieneral of the United
i'rofeor of Ennlty .Inrbwudenee, of Com
mon Law and Equity Heading and
of tlin I nw of Krl.Ienoo.
The Hon. AUOUSTl'S 8. WOItTUINOTON.
LI II ,
(FotmerlyU. 8 Dlslrlet Attorney, District of
Lcctnrcr m rr'mlnal I'lendlne ami IVaetlco
arid on Ltiral IllhllnernDlir.
1LI.IAM T MATTISOI.fr . IMO .
lecturer on Itaellcal Commercial Law.
tIC-VllVtr TIAA'liJ A t r, ir
(Foimcrly Assistant Attorney of District of
Atsoelate I'mfesfor or ITactlee..Iulee of Moot
Court atirt Lcclnreron tlie lllloryof Law.
IiOllKRT C FOX. L.L. I).. Treimrer.
Tie orcnlre exercises or the Law School
will take place In tlie Law lecture Hall of
tlie rntmsltr s. e. corner 1Mb nnd II streets
nirtbwest, on WKDNK8DAY, October l.at
o"clock p. in., when addresos In oxpllot
lion of the courses of lectnres will bomvlo
by tlie I'rolesK'rs. and when other announce
rtents will be made for the current sobolattlo
TLe lecture Cotirso of Mr. Justh-o HAR.
LA on the Constitutional JiirNpntdenee of
I ho United Mates will be enlarged nnd will
be fiipplementeil by a new course on I'ublle
and Itlvate Ibteruallouftl Uw. Ills lecture
will bedelhered weekly through the entire
1 he otlter l"rofesors will announce the ex
tensli n given to their several courses.
1h law IJbrery, wlilrh has received
Isrte adillllons, Is open dally (Sundays ex
tepted) tor study and reference.
Mieletles for legal delmo and associate
study exist In connection with te mIkxI
Ihe 1 eglntrsr ai.d Librarian will iMdal'y
lu attetdat ce In Ihe Law Library fromSu.
m. till 6 o'clock p. m.. to enroll students and
latalocues, airing detailed Information,
can be obtained at the book stores of W. II,
Murilson, 1SSI Fst n w. and of Lowdermllk
& Co.. 111 Kit n w, at the ofllceof tlie Treav
urer. 1 1ST l"a avo, or on application made to
lelHw. JAMES C. WELI.I NO, 1'resklent.
J tlie Columbian VnlTersity This school
wilt opea at 6 o'clock p. m , OCTOllKIt l,
with the following course of Inatruetlon,
via: All departments of Knitllib, Matlie
malles. Civil Unglnerlng, Chemlatry, Assay
ing, I'hysles. Mineralogy, Prenoh, eierman,
Jletlisnloal and other branches of drawing,
with lecture courses on Astronomy, Anthro
pology, Zoology, ltotuny. elo. All classed
meet lathe evening, and are open to both
rexes. For further Information apply to the
Dean, rrofessor K. T. FHI3TOK. LL. U.
JT. CECELIA'S ACADEMY FOR YOUNO
) LADIES AND CHILDREN
Eeopens MONDAY, BEIT. 8.
Mu.Io and Tainting Reeelve Special
ill 814 lltbkt.. bet. land Ksts.
Select classteal and nutberaatleal school for
young p:eo and bojs. lleglnslu thlrty-slnth
Tear MONDAY. 8EITKMUKK SS. Prepares
for Harvard, Yale, l'rlneeton, Johns Hopkins,
Lublpli. ami other collages and unlTersltles;
for the solentlBo schools. United States Mili
tary and Naval academies, and for business,
tipeetal departs est for boys between 8 and
It years of age, A full eoarse la racdern laa
guage. For pertleulars address
CltAS. II. YOUNO,
J ORWOOD INSTITUTE
fleopeasSBITBMIIEK 88, with laereasad
raeuliy and wasy ImprovumwiU.
MR. aad MRS. WM. D. OABELL,
riHARLOTTE nALL SCUOOL.
SstBattoBBBsarpawed for health. EagHsfa,
Classical, MatbeaaWeal, Coanerasal aad
MUUary Omifs. ltoardandteUkMi.Siaifor
tea BMbs. For parUssilaw address
K. W. SILVBslTBR,
t. Mary's Coy, M4.
Wist tujilan nemmnrssii tTH SBtn'aU
BER. sap tit Bepmlmanli aad toar aniifsas
efstasty. Biiadtaes tiimtml by staaaa. Olwaas
ctiLAuctu Ikaka " "t-- - x.e-n-- tA -- --
"ppwsai nw arwaswawippag swaawxewssway lawsw fawiaasw
TUtaX AS HSsU. LL-B Ml. Rl
pusiCE mmm tx mtma.
A sast4ratats aaaesd sar uatse aadnawar
jSjaTWtns sWsflawjpV MswPBawflawjia awassnwiawnswjsxaaw
TtaHaMa anttSAasaU QaaVaaWnnt Aanna avMB
' BNniuiMw wajsnuif ijiiji i imnanpni , nW i.
jxawaw mtm mmmem.
I Van be
WW !ynWf taMisfin-
Bfcrt ftfin Most iriWJtiOrii IrtstrtwrtlOii.
Branches fn New Tort, Hostoti, PMiadet
lWs, t hloBgo. Farts, Berlin, Loadon, etc.
Washington, D. C.
SClttlOL OF ARTS AND SOIlttfcus sre
rowti cetTeee). New term fcertns 9prem
tint 11. Preraratory Derwrtnient far
Riarners. CdHealate nepsstment for
noanters snd Day Sewtars. J. ItAvena
RtewAwes, 8. J., PrwsMent.
SCnOOL OP MEDICtNB. Term epem Oeto
berl. O. L. MientmBsi. M. D., Deem, SIS
Vermont av . n. w.
8n00L OP LAW. Term otwm Ooteber I.
8. M. Tbatwas, feoresary, Ornnrerown
Law BwlMIng, em. F ad Sib sts, n. w.
J. ITAVBNS MICIIARDS, 8. J., Rector.
Georgetown UnlversHy School of Law
HKV. J HAVBN8 RICHARD?, 8. J.,
rresWentof the t'nlverslty,
CHARLB8 W. HOFFMAN. LL. D
Dean of the Faculty.
HON. WILLIAM A RICHARDSON. LL. P.,
(Chief J nsi Ice U.S. Court ot Claim)
Lecturer on Mntntory ami Administrative
Law ami legal Maxims.
MARTIN F. MOKHin, LL. D.,
I.eolnrer en rontltullottl nml Interna-
tlcnal taw. Admiralty snd Comparative
nON. JEREMIAH m. wiuns. t.t. n..
Lecturer on tho Law cf Real Estate and the
Law of Evidence.
. . HON. ANDREW C. I1KADLRY
(Justice Supreme Court, District of Cotnm-
Bift), Leciuter on i ommon lw. Ilead
ingand Equity Jurisprudence.
JOSEPH J. bARUNOTON, LL. D
Leetuteron the Law of Personal Property,
Contracts and Negotiable Paper.
OKOIIOE K. HAMILTON, l,l,D
lecturer on tho Ijiwof Partnership, Corpora
tions, P notice nnd Testamentary I w.
it. ROSS PKHRY, A. M.,
Lecturer on Criminal Law, Domestic Rela
tions nnd Torts.
1A MOOT COURT.
Circuit Court: Prof Oeorgo R Hamilton.
Contt of Apieals: Profs. Martin F.Morris,
At drew C. Ilrndley and R. Ross Perry.
Introductory lecture and announcements
for the ensuing term nt the Law Ilulldlng.
corner 6th and F sts. n. w..on WEDNESDAY.
(.CT.- l.ntn:8j p. m. 'All intcresto-t nrooor
dlally Invllpd to nttend. Tho library, now
comprising tho English and lending American
reports nnd tho latest text books upon most
legal sublccts, Is local oil In tho Lawllulld
Ing, With commodious reading rooms at
tached, and will be open from 8 n. m, to 10 p
m. dally. Sundays oxcepted.to students ami
alumni of the school.
Thp tecrctary can bo scon nt the Law
nulldlng on Tuesdays, Thursdays nnd Satur
days, from 7:.to to sto p. m., for Information,
enrollment, etc. Clroulars giving ooursoof
study, trrms, etc., can bo obtained at book
stores of W. II. Morrison ISSI F st. n. w.,
and Ltudermllk Co , 1WI Fst n. w .and
at W S. Thompson's drug store, TOM IStlist.
n w , or on aiipllcntlnn, pettonally or by let
ter, to the uniUrslgnetl
8. Jf YKVrUAV.
cplo-1 in Hceretary ami Treasurer.
A CADEMYOr THE nOLY CROSS,
a. t JSIX JIBSS. ATO.,
Affords every facility for acquiring a thor
ough education In literature, music and art.
The Instruments taught are ptano, harp, vio
lin, guitar, mandolin and banjo. Lingiisges,
gee era 1 vocal, ('rawing and fancy work free.
T ATIONAL MEDICAL COLLROK-MBDI-X
eat aDd Dental Denattmetits of the
Columbian University, The slxty-nlntli an
nual course of medical lectures and fourth
dtntal course will begin on Wednesday.
October 1st. at 8 p. m., in the College Rulld
Ing, IMS II st n w. Introductory medleal lec
ture brProfesscr William Lee. M, I). Dental
Introductory by Prof essor Mark M. Flnley,
ll. I). S The autumn examinations will be
held on Thursday. October!, at 7:80 p m,
Foralrcnlnrs of both departmeBts apply to
Dr. A. F. A. King. Dean, fie Th'rleeuili st n
w Officoliours 9tol0 u. ni. and 4 to S p. m
Teleplione (M. sep,H-im.
Cor, 7th ami D its. n. w.,
Embraces tilx Schools, vlst
Seliool of Pruotloal Haslnees and Aeeounts.
tcliool of Preparatory Praetleal Kngllsb.
School of bborthattd ami Typewriting.
ScIhjoI of Hpeneerian I'ruotleal PeHmansblp.
ScLool of Mejhanleal and Arebiteetural
ficlol of Civil Servleo Training.
Day and Night HesslOBS. Illustrated Cata
II C. BPRNCER, LL.I1., TrlaslpaL
MItS. 8AKA A. SPENCER, Vtee-Prlaelnal.
niHE COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY.
The Preparatory School opens Sept. t.
The Columbian College opes Sept. t.
The Coreoraa detest ltW beboul opeas Oot. t
Tlie Law SeLool of the University opoas
nTb' Medleal Sebool of the Uaivereliy opens
Oat. I. ' '
Tbe Deotal School of the UBlverslty opeas
Oet. 1, '
Vor catatogsos or other Information ad
dress . JAMBS O. WELUNO. LL.D.,
T INDBN SEMINARY,
A sekoo! for yoeag akh aad yoaag ladUs,
attltitz, Laaoastor Ceaaty.Pa. STth year.
Aiate.eoBiterUUe soboel beatot tlwravzb
Btetbods; earofuleveragfatot the Individual
psptl; advaaeed eoarsas of stsdye very f4ou
ant leoatioB; steam heated. !so per year.
Tm roitawiWw. Mas) sash, wtth few Sal-
s atf wsrssvsm wsw (swnwnvsarwjaw irweswawnswj waw pssFawawsf
-as------- n i ! si. waw in j 1 1 swawwsnswnwsnjp-sess-p' 1 1 i i
L fiJdig caWaatat
wm sssswaaa aaa. aear sash aU
Maw Yank Gttf.
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asanas " swaw s-" wswawswswj w s ' wjpw",w awajw fwsw
twasi. astsweai tf t) wassawaaer ho tm. Wtr
wsaB, V b
WB .nli-itnw1 aOTWafltji fftjf JiWCI-
SI ! ) M
swsrj?awsw 5nsr aranwa 5nw?
-S'wa? sBnF WsswaJR
A LBArBR'S GRAND OrBRA HOVSE
the only and original
OewMned JTew and Blcantlc Specti u'ar
Around the World in 80 Days
Tn Its eBttrety as presented at niw r
tlips tre, Jw Torn
Tke Great Mikado Ballet.
V'Hreoes New Oostnmes nrenerv and Para
pnvffnana. rrenimed nwterUie personal di
reetrsn ef toe
. . KlRAiPY RROTHBRS.
.2tl!J?Vm'T- OtWiore opera Co in
THB SKA KIITO.
seats now on sale. -eijif
JJ1W NATIONAL TIIRARE -EXTR4.
9rs i of Prats sad Boxes Now Open for thj
rrsnltr Wastnmtt.n Appearances of
The Largest, Stronrest and Ret Spcf la'lv
Cotrttsny In the World A Congresi "f Ore v
Arthits Cnlleil from the rrinelpal European
OfleYjrek Only, beginning Monday, 8erf
. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday 1 ;t
EW NATIONAL THEATRB.
Every evening. Weil and Pat. Mat.
The London ami New York saccess c p
Jefferson ami II. 8. Taylor's Thrilling "
A DARK SECRET,
. With the remarkable annatlc cerc.
The Old Church at Henley and the Hcnler
, , , Regatta.
Real row boats, canoe, racing shells, an 1
. . steam launches on
A RIVRR OF REAL WATER.
FloodlnsMho stage from wall to wall, from
two to eight feet deep.
Oeorgo Itosmer, New England's champion
v...c.un.., ,,ro umifc.i i nra., inu laiuous ac
robats. and the Daisy Quartet, In vooal se
leetlons on the water.
Next Week-Marks' International Van levlllcs
THIS WEKK-Ladles' Mallnco Saturday.
PARISIAN POLLY AND
rnnioiMii spectacular co.
Heallstlo Raltoon Voyage!
30-Famous French Favorites- M
KI HALEY'S TROUPE.
HAIIRI8' IIIJOU THE.tTRE.-Ono Week,
Commencing MONDAY, SEPT. 13.
The Popular Young Actor,
IN. S. iniOOD,
In His tali it Success,
OUT IN THB STREETS,
l'risrntiil With Now Seemwy. Novel .Yci. an
leal h fleets and a lect Company.
Next week-A PERILOUSJOYAOB. 1:
y? . MONDAY. SEPT. IS
MAYNARD A MKNDi'ZA'M CYCLONE OF
. . NOVKLTIBS
A Phenomenal Carnival of Celebrities.
Matinees Monday, Wednes-lay, Thnrsd mj
Admission, 10, SO, SOoiidSCo. teWtt
IIRKEDRRS' ASSOCIATION OF MARYLND
AND DlbTRICTOF COLUMBIA. UENNINC3,
WEDNESDAY AND TI1URSIHY, SEPT. 17
AND 18. Four races each day. 12,000 la
purses. One. two, three nnd four ycar-c!4
rolts. feoo.sus.aas ond t M classes. Largo
exhibition of horses from the breeding fares
of Maryland and District of rolumbla In
front of the grand stand each day. Futl
Marine Hand, forty pie. es Tho society i-vent
ot the season, ppeclal trains leave Haiti
more ami Potomac depot every half hour, be
glLBlng at 14 o'clock. Fast racing, largo
crowds, good music and dnedlsptay of horses.
Admission, 1. Ladles admitted free to all
parts of tlie grounds. No objectionable char
acters allowed. COL. L. VICTOR IIAl'CJII
MAN. President; OKN, FKLIX AGNUS, Vice.
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UBNJ. WHITE. Secretary, select
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