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THE DAILY C1UT1C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, ()( TOKER 1,1890.
The Daily Critic
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"U V 11 t. C, OcTOBBB 1. t1W.
Tl f the name of Cr arkb,
im.ii . Attn tee position t oocerMnjr
' met Ootemment take by Mr.
11 t . the Bwmber of ContrwN
from am-land, who I Mewsmlly re-
Ipctnl by clttfMt of OMo, !few Yorfc,
U'.'nt.i, fnMtyttiMiU and oilier tw
f tnn tistoft, MMeti to ft few rotfli car
'v MarrlatMi Mgtroa, seme to believe
ibaf 3nc0fJiiA imitate! the proftnsritkwt
tMt "CBufrti to hwlote!y wlttiont
rnt to delegat authority to any
i' .ilrfjml gOTersmftit to 'mrWMe for
li (ke mm of the name of Ci.aHkb
'" bellre that McCmaj bcmestly
! '(' to lils protwwitlon. then the man
i f tlie n of Ci aukb Is stuotil lie
rm?htto know, being a lierrublican
himself, UmtMcCoMi, being a llepnb
llcan, dees not waul any jroTernment In
the DM4rlt nal On uffmge, for the
simple remon that any government of
tbe Dtetrtet which at this time wottM re
a-ilt from ballot ranting would be n
government dominated by tbe llepttb
llran patty, awl consequently wouM be
totrnpt errn tinta flllhlireo.
Ni McCoka, who rannot get on with
out negro Kepubllcan votes In Maryland,
which he would be compelled to do If
be were to adroit that lie li oppoeed to
negro mffmge In the District, aays In
that charmingly hypocritical way of
bl "I am is dtttme at the riMran
rhtsett cnmlitlon of tbe noble colored
lEcpttbHcami of the llttlct; but bow
nn tbe slltistlon be relieved! I can
t e 0 way out of the deplorable condi
tion sow eateting, for lite Conathulion
siantls In tbe way, ami CongrcM cannot,
w ttbotit dotng violence to that aecreti
li nutrient, legislate mi ai to permit tbe
I i pie f the District to legist l'e fr
tt i mtelTtii. I am orry. but I must
' ,rd by tbe Constitution "
1 LU la good fur notblntt tuff, fur
MijLtdy know that be oiijerU to
'. k) ii-lfcovt torrent In the District,
I I ause iuh (icvirnnniit would be
Dttolhd by negroes. Anil o dosll
tie white Ikpublkaaa or tbe DUtrict
ltd all tbe KpuMkan ntutntvte of
Coogtti. And what U more, McCokah
Viiowa, and they know, that everybody
Vnows that tbey are ci nirolled try their
fear of. inrgro dMninatlon In all their
actlOM upon any prapmition looking to
tbe conference of tbe itgbt of Mnrage
upon tbe people of tbe IHMrkl '
'JIB SOUTH TJIK KITURK 51 TVS
OF TilK WOHU)'S IKON
Mr. Kdwawji Atkimmx of ltoetoa
b eotitrlbutetl to tbe IUltlmore .VUau
Jattwnr' llteurA a pajkir ou tbe Iroa
BLd tel lntf iU of the world.
He shows that tbU country U tbe
greateat oomubmt of Iron and ateel, awl
bolda that tbe world's cootwuipUott of
tb&w meUls will lax. wltbla tbe next
ten yeare, tbe productive powers of all
tbe Iron-making countries . tbal the pre
ent production of ati.noo.ooo net ions of
plg-lroe, of which tbe United States will
make during 1SU0 10.000,000, mutt,
within tbe period mentioned, be In
creased to 14,000,000 Wmu at least, wbfte
tbe ikmand will be for not lees than
.le.OWt.WW. "Great eoBtlaenls." he aays,
"are mow being deveieptd by the rail
way, and tbe eettslrttelkxi of tbe rail
way leads to a continuous demand fo
Iros. and coal for use in other purposes.
"We may not attempt to forecast tbe ta
creaeteg demand for lro which would
ensue from tbe construction of the
Trass Siberia Railway, or of the rail
w ays which will soon open Southeastern
l.urope and Western Asia, or of tbe
rail a i which may parallel tbe Eu
phrates. We need not now consider
whet would ensue when China begins
build railways, because Chin eoe
taNtwitbln Ms own bordeM Uo and
t i tbuwianee. We may not eom
i m ibe-msads of tbe great eontiaeM
f Africa, whsjh is now awe t be
r d bi ewety dimetfaw by the H
And an be coeiawa blmseli' to a co-
kidera.lntm of "tbe development of tbe
Lonrtoeavls f Vortb aad Soutb Ametica,
espicbaUr tbe bstter," and akjme nW kt
i 1 the South Ibe worhj" bwe. Mtd
steel ffcctaetkma will cealre. Tbb) l
dualxfftl difelcmmiint aaey aed nsnlntblj'
wiltatMbtlm race iiueetlos). "It will
btogi," be ji, "tbe cuetemUoe la re
ga4 to the reUtive poeitioe of Um
black MM and the while man. fat tbe
Souther States, because social pJu
Jtce eeaavei stand ageiaet baduatriei
forcta. Tberames of coateatko, of
!oubt. aed of distnui caaakot fail to be
aJsaoM wboUy mauovea by the deeetoev
iuea of tike tsae iadtuiry of the bgsUb
ern abases, w wbiefc the bleek man will
be a meet isBfi&saisM bf avot tike imra'
JLmA tJaen tbj eeoemet of tbe Hoe
peiisj of tiae ioMtbetw itelea goes bate
a jowieg dtiriipBVoB of tkw iroe ote
regjMH tfeeteof, aed say
ibwiMMt at veetuie et to ueme the
H!! t& vbie. The smvaj at
u nawat ue iwutjr unmwM
' 'iantsatblfc-a,"'t"e wan eaea
mi m ane eeMteuioe eeseeen we araiw,
- uaV tt that a oue tbuulU Md uiue
tU tiia of the hliflLt-rf beak amfimie ihe
t.i at imofcy aawucttans w tbe hear of the
were AuuMacUae chaie, e4 eeeM
u wnaw m vmuw au ue woe
anHas of etea7-4e V a kua-
j ywmi. ee .anajpi e awe w -ammm
U eeaAM of so mob an4 steel usoewcttan
A would (tut tie far ewy bum what
u - bees eeHe4 the uoexre uf frt" of
U psfmiattae uf UUauiunlry
a e)M thi.ii Lin,.- witbUi kU vlaloe
t i.ii.uraUoU ji Ike aaaS i-
,. - r .i t .! . nt 1M Ulllos iu
J i i l u 'lie lirutU
ibc Muwn uu tum iU fUA ilu) bti !.1
u Uw oortLwesl t tax suatben border A
"tis-W, Ild to Ult MJUttUMai. Jb '-be Va
, i,..' l t tl, m-l I i n 1 1 i. r 1 n' ht
1M- fn'iirc rMitr of the Iron prrxliK
tli.n of tli' i onfitrv may h rthtrtt)tet on
the e.iMi umiIi "frttwr for itowwtto eon
ramrtton or t-iT the enppty of fmwtgn
T-k mi m ot1! betb HMette ttMfn
wad. Of pMiTe we ivfer to tbe people
io Itt wrtblB a mil tftrfftt of the
Powreif tbat with many lod wd ter
rib'e wslaM beeps falllttg etty niit.
These people are Vopt awake wbefi
thtf fHMiM be Vep, attd tbey ate
ftsttu tbal Ibe Dittrict police should
prdfteiv rfrinert the destroyers of tbe
ftctefti otty kindly to destroy It quietly.
Bat tbe fail eamtot he brought about
ttnot noise- Aed the drstrbetl poo
pre ate mreafoeable In asking sweb a
fbftit. Trne, tbey inlabt ro Into otre
r.f the tMstrlct courts ao.l get nstlflf;
btkt tiny cannot gtt It trim tbo t)ls
trM itrrrernment. Thoy mtbt m
rmt a Writ of injunction ara1nt tfio
tbo, and make Potttpefl fall Into r'iln
olieie!T. bit bow can tbey i xpert tbe
ptmr HnftitRT, tbe aatwtlmonioun lonk
Ire Ibi ni.As, the nolirjr Wow or 'lie
tntbitlmt Mtvom to Inrertere with a
little show beeatie It h a nttbs noiayT
The complaining cltlrent nhonhl go into
iiet court and ask to be delivered
from the nuisance of these Pompetinn
noises, or else tbey should quietly imbl
ibetr peeve and be as patient as possible
tinder tbe circumstances.
Mr Kiiiot T. ?nisrnA!U, the relig
ious nlltor of a Npw York Republican
paper, made a speech the other nlgbt
too vulgar for modest type, lie Is an
Imitator of Oaswok, but bis vulgarity
Is of a more delicate character than
that of the Illinois Congressman, lie
Is tludlah while Caxnos la rough and
tough. He Is a blackguard of the din
ner taMe after tbe cloth has been re
moved, while CtK.iosi Is a rlsh woman
Tiik IstRfKxnaarT ItRPi'nMcAtt Is
abroml la l'ennsylvanla, ami is roaring.
He seems to be anxious to devour
Quay's man Friday, tbe Heptibltean
candidate for Ooernor. And an effort
is being made to get the Independent
Democrat of that deplorable State on the
wnr path also. If tbey do ami In
dependent meets independent what wilt
be the teeult? We don't know We give
It tip. We don't care.
CoMMtsMoMCK lUttM denies the re
pott that bis resignation is In the bands
of tbe President. He will not retrofit
under lire. He never did during the
"late war," and he will not wow In these
piping times of peace And why should
In T There wema to be no rofton why
be should either die or rcslitn.
Thk GoiKMxwmrr I'mistixo OrricK
men who received money from other
Government Printing Office men for
campaign purposes and have 'been In
dicted are in a laid box. Their c hi
vlotlou is lnevltatde.
Tiik oRNTt.RMKX who have been la-
dieted for violating the Clvtl-Servlc
law do not know what to make of the
actkw of tbe grand jury. Tbey are
antaaed and are anxious. Tbey didn't
know It would go off.
WHICH 18 WORSE-THE PROSE 08 YERSE
Ml :. !.. Ml 'iNTl'ill.
Tbe ottrroat In summer lime I "boeked,"
Mot it's rvdrewed about the 1st of Oct,
JllM Mbyl Jotmstotw's new cUUir
It a nuiley uart, sure.
Why ihoub) we loathe tbe poor ImUmF
A With) IiutlaR U always a well-reaii
A At ATH' E rNT.
The erew ixeiMrM for the struggle.
And watts (or tbe oil to start;
A ltd UtotMtb UVy pull together,
Tst seek Rum mtila a part.
After a country man is "taken in and
done for" be ptesenls a )y-4M appsarsine.
Sword itoaHsta stteubl not be given aay
eNpdit for bravvrj tbey cost their ataM
It Is mm! 'that tbe Turks reellue wbiie
aatiag; however, it Is a HMfe lp-tMMttioa.
WHk 111 craee he'll uwuwb
To tbe ktebwyuuu art,
But still uttb his eosab,
lie will resdUy nsrt.
HeeHttly PiuiHae Ilall was m mortmed
that she left the stage la tears. That's
othliie; tae writer haa tee a whole bauet
troupe leave the sle la lien.
Afc OLJl saw miser,
lie went ieto a jitaalag mtU
To wateh tbe wheels go 'rwwd,
He thought the sew was ttamfing ntltt,
Just waiting to be gieand.
tie he west eeer it; very Beer it,
You see be 1M not ssee tbe sew
But still be kt Usilwier paw,
he was war it; very near u,
Alrjhftughhedid not tbms.su he was near
Htrrt k young ssaa,
la life was rathwr smart,
la Regimes that went eangetow
tie taok m active pait.
If we ir wu4cd teauess,
U'd miuuiy take bet wtM
tebheily 4tot a beas-saw
where this jmmuui man Max.
MttrweUhiM-Unarat U. Heeve, Fbila-
Hew Oriaaaa: J. O. Santas. Ktek-
memL Va.: U. B Bo aad wife. Alabamm:
S. i. Hughes, New York.
Ao(l T. 1. HcHeeit, mb 4eSosk.
W. F. Petcn. CUKiaaaS; JTOofle and
T b. L'aetle, Pbiiadslpbla; T. a Ysiilsr
aad J. L'Mkrwoed, Kew Yes; Amu
Hflthow Mtd wife, Philadelphia.
&. Jj-Mr esd If r. U. H, KngUkh,
B. A. Haekfusd, New Torfc. A. U. Wagner,
B0lar Fwuk . Ueetoe. ftovbianee;
6Mtb, New York; iUtew Wlk& jr.,
an4 wise. tu,n4: w. B. oai, KWbefci-
ttuwV I IMwi aag yrunerl'- Aa
iises Sew York; Ueunes K. 8berwou4.
Cbeatiaeeici W. j. bUuv, Irmeets, A
SkurUuu.i, Mr. sad Hu. BAwia J.
Isaac e4 B W. Jones, Xmn Jest, AaaT
tsswur, at lamu,m. m. letfaasMa, atari
Ai .--J. O. Hoafmae, IWa4abjMa,
V. t. btiam, VaMemwg; Heaaaa tlenxbw,
F i. bfe-asugbtos w4 b. I. AaHbooy,
Bear Teak; Foster Palmer, Cajeaco.
AruoU. and sir. Vhiil Bartua lte,
A'arw! bV L. jtertw. f. 6. fewer
ftginl) Bath, Me.
Jobe fiieoe, lii Ct, C. tlelee
sJeaew. fto-; WUlbuu Cooe7TW.
Muui J.,.4-Wlx BwrWUta, At
tu. ctti. K Becuaid aMfHtetabar.
Bcw Vo. ColMiteltiaociw TUihmir, Bw
YeckiB. H Duels. VinjU.ij. WUUauiC.
Wilt Tfc RJrttiVers PfrrlRtto.
tbe Association of Wboteaate nttg
gists will attend tbe rrfottwance of rbe
He Wolf Ifoppcr frpetti fknirte OotR
wty in "t'sMbs In tbe Alt" tt fhe
Jtfw atlnnsl Theatre tbi eeerrfngln
f hi this orrnsfon Mr. lloppet will in
ttrdtroe, by sprrlal request, btt pittfliSy
of "Bid Me Good Bye atl Go" The
parody Is of tbe words only, tmn Tctfi's
beawtifnl tmllad will give a pree4M
flttmrtlty for tbe msptay of Mr.
nepeWs magnificent bass Tobje.
..The fhntltr Waft."
tbe JTew York Lycewm Tbetttrt
stock rrtmpany. which appeata at the
SaMnml Theatre next week, baa for
ennnl years been recoffnlen ai one of
the foremost of 5ew York resident at
traetbjwi. and the excellent artists who
appear with It are well known as being
tbe leading lights of the profession. At
tt Is strirtly a resident company, but
very few of tbe largest cttles arc vlnited
by It, and that only daring a limited
nnrrter of weeks prior to Its regnlitr
srsson In New York. Manager Iniel
Frohmnn last season recognised the Im
portance of Washington as a theatrical
centre by making It the only city betides
Boston, Philadelphia ami Chicago in
which his rompany will be seen. The
same prominent people who appeared
here last season In "Sweet Lavender,"
are In the cast of "The Tbarlty Hal! "
Amotte them are Meters Herbert Kd
cey, Nelson Wbeatcroft. W. .1 Le
Moyne, Charles Walcnl, Fritz Williams,
AVnlfpr Ikllows, Misses Oeorla Cayvan,
Henrietta .'roMiin. Kitle Shannon,
Mrs. Charles Walcot and Mrs. Thomas
Whlffeti. -Thefbarlty Ball" Is by the
authors of that other Lyceum success,
"The AVIfc," nml constituted the bill
for the entire past senttm with this cast
at tbe home theatre. The sale of seats
for the coming engagement begins to
rxempllBcnllons of the theory that
industry will eventually be crowned
with success arc seen conspicuously In
the dramatic profession, where talent Is
sure to win when earnestly and vigor
ottsly employed. Xo better example
can be found of this than In Cora Tan
ncr, who produces her new play, "One
Krror," at Altwuab's n? xt week
Only a few years ago she was a girlish
beginner In a Chicago stock company.
She soon showed that she was there for
a purpose. The smallest art assigned
l.er was handled with as much caream!
taste as the leading rolt. At the lie
glnnlng of her career Miss Tanner had
tbe rare opportunity of studying with
such mistresses as Charlotte Cushman
ami Lucille Western. This association
left Its Impression. Though MiasTan
rer Is possessed of f ice ami form which
nature lias endowed richly, she treas
urea no praie save that which she
M .lark "
One of tbu Utest sticeessea In thu line
of melodrama, "My Ja k." will be
given at Him:' Bijou Theatre next
wck. The pin U. as must be the case
In melodtama, familiar In some of Its
4tsee to the patrons of that form of
dramatic entertainment. Melo.lramis
are all necessarily built on the aamo
general tcheme, but ".My Jack" bat
made a strong Impression by the daring
novelty of some of Its points, by the ex
cellenceof thu cast, ami by the elaborate
and handsome ulutracter of Its scenery.
It deals largely with the ocean, and
some of tbe uurlae effects are stattllnitly
realistic. Tbe K-enery la full of
mechanical intricacies wbleb enable tbe
performance to develop some atartltngly
realistic eirecti. It Is all carried with
the company. "My Jack" has been the
subject of the most flattering criticism
elsewhere, and there ran be no reason
to doubt the 1uilce uf lu claims to pub
lic favor. Melodrama Is alwaya accept
able to tbe popular tasW, and good
melodrama Is a rarity that should prove
doubly welcome. The east Include tbe
names of a number of people who hat e
established reputations for good work.
Seats are bow on sale.
Tony Pastor, accompanied by It la
grand new double company of Ameri
can and Kuropeaa stars, will open at
Keraan's next Monday for one week
only. It Is almost needless to say that
Mr-Pastor has lost none of his vigor
and will appear at every performance.
31 r. Paslor i to be coneratulated on
tbe many new features that make up
bfai Bxetll&nt company, which Includes,
first of all, tbe celebrated Kngllsh char
acter and descriptive singer. Miss Bessie
lioneblll. who has proved tbe most
successful of all bis Importations, Miss
Boaehlll is a musical singer, a superb
dancer and a clever Impersonator, and
is as pretty as she Is versatile. Maggie
Cllne. John ami James Russell, Turle
and Turle, Sisters Iledderwleke, tbe
Hay low. Mile. Iteatrice.'sBd Edith Via
east are among tbe other features.
Seats now on sale.
One Hill's World of Korellies to do
ing its characteristically big business
tbis week. Gus Hill, Charles Hoey,
Kebrode Bros. Little Chip, Ktfalle
WelHai ton and Kmllle Pea re are great
eassU. wbiie tbe oiber artists ate highly
amusing. Ladles' matinee to-morrow.
IV. George X. Perry of 1384 Poer
teestUt street nortbweat has resigned bis
BAssttoe is the Snwnil Amtfaot's etfee,
takbsg eSect to day, la order that he
Hmy be alaW to devote hie entire time
uTbfc cbosee prof aasio n medicine and
Mn. I. Blaad ajad her abase, Mbw
Bbsfgw Devls. who beve beee etwmllng
tbe summer at iNsset Bey, maw., re
turned to the city last eveeing.
Professor C. B. Rtebaiehi of the Shef
tkld aVbtntiac iicboei, Yale, has been
made by tbe r'resveh aoeemsaeet a
eaMrvalter of tbe Ltgioe of Honor.
Mr. Heary M. Stanley bee Bret
combos Hvlni oe Hjuet siaeet. Wtlkea
Be to e amall sbvup-keeper sd well to
do. Se hi tbe oufefeeji Imeffie of the
gfgi esplofer, beviag tbe seme cast of
Tbe bouMe ie wbkk Aaroa Bitir
courted KikUdle Pnwoat, bis wife, fat
still mtM&n U Praewis. K J. It it
of loturb stoBe. with eotbie oreaeaeefa-
tloe, b4 surrouadbd by a tie strip of
Banymuse has beee
oseVseaf by her PfalbtikltmU nbyeieite
to give up stiAmj tempi srnity d tebe
ebeuaule rest, nam Bee ebeeeeyee te
ajtgeed btr pert Io the pmy "Tbe Seme
tor" W she pieseto.
Tbe Duke of mariborouah bt ab-Mtly
to visit Ameska for tbe ftvpoae of ob
tebsang neteriaie fot a wowt nrbjcb he
haw hmer beee coBteeRBmebmL namely, a
BBmal atmJv of the ngeple, aomesghet qb
ate avnes or mr- snees
OewmoBmealth. ' '
A wbtetiat baa
lunch served by the vriou mtjtwt
raots is the Sew tort afcopgtaf a
trie w tbcbr femeie cbWeta. Be tods
that pickles, f rvic, eake, bee cneem, sod
water aed but asaste Wfr vm she vl
muU cuuat affected by ladies fur tbe
miiMuy uiL-ttt nn there b. .c bceu uo
'". u. -, . h ui'l '-sea. .
M'GILFOOLEYS DREAM. I
TIOTOrTS Or L0TK.T W5(a AT TH8
Mow Mt) 1 .TeRwsien T.miM nt n Man
with a n MeOw.jrmn tw
t see, it, iiTr.
Mr. Tawl Mrfmfotlee bt rmt by any
means a bad man. He only has a fall
ing Tike other men of geiws. This
failing consist of a sincere attachment
to tbe pleasures of the flowing bowl.
On the occasion of McQtlfooTey's latest
indnlgence he bad an expefiewse which
be has not yet forgotten, and which will
probably make a lasting Impression.
Not many nights ago, says the Ifew
York tirming Sun, In compunf with a
kindred spirit of the name of Trtwnthy
Mt-Uoneghaa, Utnlrl tarted forth In
qwnt of pleasnre. Th-y hsxl not gone
far when Mr. Mctlnneg'han, suddenly
Inspired, sM: "Ihin, mcbhoy, let its b.
aft her atdn to see tbi- Clammem-y
Case. They do be savin' Its folne."
The sugveetton was favorably re
crived, ami tbe two turned their falter
ing steps In tbe direction of the theatre,
varying the monotony of tbe trip by
visiting several favwite resorts on the
way where liquors are dispensed at a
When the theatre was reached Mr.
McGllfooley and Mr. MeOonMlmn wwre
In ad vanred stages of intoxication. Mr.
MrOoneghan wns joroe ami laohry
mose by turns, and Mr. McQIIfootey
was almost rigid.
Two gitod places in tbe Imlcrmy were
seemed, and Mr. McOllfooley, ae soon
as he fell Into his n-at, fell also Into a
deep slumber. Presently he began to
AXl) THRU TO DRRAV.
He dreamt that he dwelt In halls of
(ls7f!liig sjdendor. Vast cnrrhlnM of
magnificent marble stretched out before
him as far as be could see. Sweet
strains of music filled the nlr with
melody. Long procesloos of the most
gorgeously attired kings nnd itieen
passed before him. At one Side was a
softly rippling lake. In which beautiful
women, clad In tbe mode nlTrcted by the
sirens, beckoned to him. with the most
alluring smiles. He was bewildered by
the splendor of his iiirroumllngs.
Suddenly the scene chaneed. lie
was In a dark grotto whlcti but few
rays of ll&hl penet rated and blared upon
priceless gems set In the walls. At the
end of the cmi- he could see the dim
outline of a dark wall. He approached
this and stopped. In a few moments
he petcelved that tbe wall was slowly
disappearing In some mysterious man
ner, and then there was revealed to
him n sight wonderful to behold.
There, directly In front of ldtn, whs
A FKMAI.K Klr.fRK OT KHCIIAXTI.Vli
(Imply rlothpd upon with lieauly is n
gaimint, with arms outstretched as If
beseeching him to come to her.
Mr. McOllfooley could hardly be
lieve his eye. He turned around to
McGoncgrhan. rtarul at him earnestly
for a moment and then asked, In n
"MiGcncchan I that you, Idtinnor"
"Faith, an' It is. Dan'
Mr. McQIlfuoleyageln looked to rani
the stage. The figure had vanished.
'Did ye?, see that lady without her
cloze on V he asked again, anxiously.
"Ilegorra, an' I did that, Dan, an' its
the rale folrecratur she was."
It evidently could not have liven a
dream, then, thought McOllfooley. He
"An" did ye see the cave wld lm
uie raids and purls and thlm pay pie wld
folnu cloze walkln' arrmt the stage?"
"Faith, an' I did not, now. or did
the lolkts of ye see any slch thing,"
"I'lwlst, now, you didn't see the
folne kings an' beer tho shwate music
and see all the leddle
StTfIS' IX DK VATBU WIDOtT TIIBIR
"Dlvii a bit. now. You're oray
dhtunk. There waa no steh letblles,
except that one jist now on the bar'l."
"lVnlad, you're dhrunk yourself,"
retorted Mr. McOllfooley. "Don't be
aftber tryln' to hare fun wld me lolke
Tbe inonototious action of the re
mat oder of the play had no charms for
Mr. 3IeOilfooIey after tbe brilliant
scenes be had witnessed. Never In his
wildest I magi a lags bad be pietured
sueh vUlons as be bad seen that night,
and be declares that never on any stage
was there such a spectacular display as
lu Ibe third act of the "Clewenceau
Termite to ilullil.
The following building permits were
issued to-day: A- C. Tyler, Dve storv
brick dwelling, 1924 I street northwest,
cost $40,000-, Thomas . Dent, two
story frame dwelllap, 438 Sixteenth
street southeast, cost $800, Andrew
M elk el John, two story f rente dwelling
on Sligo Mill Boad. cost, $300; T. H.
D. Lang, one-story brick store, lfttl
Fourteenth street nortbweat, cost
Thl iTTTio of our readers is aaihei
to the sdveitlsewieer of Mr. A- T. Whit
ing, tVi Teeth sireet uorrbwt, who Will
tmow to tbe Uulles of Washtagtoe TbMse
iwy and Fri-taf seme of the amat ssyttsh
full hats. bosiasSii v, ever sbewe to them
La tbts etly before. The ladies will please
call sad make self fens for their fell and
vitaier hssdwear, as Mrs. Whitney knows
bow to get up these goods In the latest aud
bole may bo likened to a leaf of bread,
9b ha pwferied eat eveejy. and Ugiit;
JLi lltt fcal sLSMy meaWanial
wJUagldee bester ssamiwd with cgi-
'TtstoeAed lu milk till thitdaoou't da)
Asd ojue then he bo wens to toast t
Ik the aad stosr of sew Bvs aade mL.riibki
throegfaao faaiM ef their owe icrofulaU
torn sapeeteU tbast aayothera hute-litarr
rteisn.aittd for tats stawss toe- Araamg
mm Mniierw aed iaeefBsfaet tdoud. the dts
mm luMSSes itself to e insphatias, wntee
are losaaosed of weMe tlasue; them h a
veriod of lurial Bm when tee whale body
eamdste oJ white slsaees. aed teesefuse nns
child hi saaeeutsMe to Ui. eteadtet
enspinR" ai Bpaanmanmvpna
wsetaer hetedtrf or aojaised. Ubsmaaya
mwssnarwia. waw w n xweiu eaaM
ajoe ike bkitid exeeU everg ) of thette
easeaedgfses to the vUaldekt tee uueBsy
smB eeier of beabh. U roe eeehV to take
BkWMHi BhrnejaerBle no not ha hieeeefl tohyg
ujf suUtltuU. Be sue to gat eetr
Bold bf all dtMi-h" i. (..r 15. Me
mriuoi bjc I UoutiJsco Lu. li ,s.
U Uu Mto
FOR A GOOD SHOE
Wilson & Can's
For an Easy Shoe
WILSON & CARR'S.
earrytke Rest Mae of Parewl
tteraen at $8 a eatr at
Wilson & Care's
o. 9bo i KTiimrr x. w
WasWinrmw. D. c.
t nml o viust itAiti.tioiti: sinr.nr.
W, A, PIERCB& CO.,
SUCOESSOnS TO-B. O. UAVIS, i
TIB MAIIKKT SPACE.
OBmer ef BbthtliS reet
Our autumn reception oc
curred more than a week
since. Some ol the goods
you saw then are gone, but
they have been replaced by
later purchases, and, as a
matter of course, these are
newer and better styles. We
are daily adding to our
choice and well-selected
stock; receiving novelties in
COXCBXMXR UHKtt O..OIW.
It ha alwais been ae established (set that
DaTls kept tbe Most llestMule ami t'ellable
Mottrnlnr Gocds In the city. You will rind
tats depart it betier flll with 1 Ine l)res
Huffs than erer before. For an Instance we
here put on sale to-day a ease of lnrli
DlaekDreM Goods In the rewet stjlesot
Stripe and tsnel at eta per rani.
Then there h a blah (trade of French Cab
saere. W laebes, at B0e per yard. Thene are
certainly W per cent, lea than yoa can buy
In tbe Laee epartmeatwe are havlne a
rry sreat weeeu. choice ulyle, auallty
and correct prlve. nak e thera taore.
Don't foraet that oar treat reduction sale
of No. W0 Patta-BOse Irlbbou will only eon-
tlrmo four days longe.
Tlwt tl.as Kid Olove that we are leUieir
for 9Te sob! well, but as we Uooght stteb
a large quaatlty we bare an assottmeat In all
In nandkereblefs you will gad ks very
areat attraetloas. We meetbm oae lot of
Ladtes'HheerLawB Novelty Border, l extra
Mae quality, ut HN. Tb y oaly arrived en
day uad are Tery lew vahte.
Ia these roeds prloes aloflo raeaa Mthmg,
for few la berlBi; them ean tell the qaatttr,
so the best way to vet the pries aad qaatity
rtlit tttodaalwhba Sub Who will gtMraatee
Unti. Our fur (.aims are well naile aad
Heed with good wsarfpj; aatbi. We hare a
Tty ebotoeaad aletiast assortment of thee
iroods. Our stock of Ttiaualtt Pur is Ure
aad rriJ, We van bow you asy kind la
W. A, PIERCE k CO
CCOBgQK3 TO B. G. DAVIS,
719 Market Space 71!
Cesser Bhjhth SSrset.
&er Improved and Fooaoaaie OxMmg Vm
EXTRACT OF BEEF
for Etef Tea. Soaie. Made Muhr. Biuidag
Oia.e, b. At ). Asptu or )toet Jelly. -er
for aorlfthul tiaia, aad U utMwper and of
but Sivr ikaii -uy othvr itock.
(ieuuiue only with J. veu I.leibik
kfgtauiure tut ako,tu blue.
One pound of Batruct of Beef eojeai to
forty pmumU of Waa Wf .
Mortord' Axii PmOBfiHiii.
A SHmw tetAsBiMsVi Whsi MHAjbtt KMUPinel
lBr 'P "WWmi nm"Bm ejannnmm
atlmmm1 mafWMlet 1jf ftflMsmfi VMkW a'" Ui$ (MM
mm iiilflm twtaeeee."
ef BnbsUtmee aed fiiismms'
eAAWUM. Be aure lb wont ttocaSur
la linateu on tUe Utxu Ail ofchortatu
ni frntrtltt tttsi tnllMaM tam IsMMMtMnlb
Corner Loughboro and Tunlaw Roads.
The Sale oi this Most DoliRhtfully SiUiatad
Price, 10 and 20 Cents Per Foot.
A Splendid Opportunity to Double Your Investment
Within a Reasonable Time.
This property is most beautifully situated on a high
ridge overlooking and in close proximity to the heart of.
.t. .. ... rX' ! . mm l!Ss- -i r ll.inrlnrl
me city. ine eiectric curs iju& wiumi ci itn nuuun.u
yards of the place It is high and dry, and the great
panorama, ever presented to view, of the Government's
beautiful buildings, the hills of Maryland and Virginia,
with the historical and classical Potomac River, makes
WESLEY HEIGHTS a most charming and attractive
place for a home. As an investment it is unrivaled.
TERMS: One-quarter cash, balance In one, two
and three years, with interest at 6 per cent, per annum.
Fifty dollars earnest money will be required upon each
lot and will be applied to purchase when settlement is
made. Deed to be passed free of all expense with ab
stract of property. From the gross sales, seven 7
per cent, will be placed in a sinking fund to be applied
to making improvements.
We can recommend this subdivision in every par
ticular and feel confident that your investment will prove
t ne of piofit in a very short time.
Fourteenth and G Streets.
TIIK COI.U.MIIIAN UNIVHIlSirV.
riUIB COI.VM1IIAN I'MIVKIISITY LAW
JAMB C WKI.I.INO. LL.D., lToHdeat.
Tho Hoe. JOHN U IIAHI.AN, I.L.D.,
(AsMwiato aiutltwofltid O.H.SitpreiBO Court).
of IHibllo ant frirate lateruathmat Iw.
Tha Hun. WAI.TR1I H. COS. I.L.H..
(Asaoolate Juatloe ef t-Uri9 Court, Dk-
Pref user ot the Law or Iteal and rersonal
Property, of 'ontraou aad of Crttaes
Tie Hon UIJ-IAM A. JUL'RY,IX.T..
(Asseelale Attorser Ueeeral of the ualted
I'rofeMorof Kqulty Jurbproileece, of Com-
bmw Law and Eaulty liadlit sail
of the Law o KvUeooo.
Tbe Hon. AUGISTCS 8. WOHTIHSOTON,
(Formerlr V. S. PUtrtet Attoracr. IHstrlet of
Lecturer on Criminal PieaiilBa'BBd Praetlee
aad oh I.ttiMl UlbUaaraBbr.
W1LIJAJ1 f. MATTiNOLY. m(
Lecturer on Prsetleal CoBmereLtl Law.
J1KN11YK I)AVIM,A.M., LL.M.,
(Fbimvrlr ,Uimt AtturBerof ItttUt of
AtMMdate Vroleasor of l'ratlee Jade at Moot
Court aad I.eeturrna tke HMoryef Law.
IIOHERT C ruX.L.L.a.TreaiHirvr, ,
Ttte oDeoieic exreies of tbe Law Sebool
will take placd In tba Law l.ctur Hall of
the Cnlvertlty g. e eoreer 14h sad II Mreete
Borthwat, rat WKUNBHDAY. Uutober I, at
S o'cloek p. ju., wbaa addiawM la uipUoa
ttoe of tbe course o( leeture will be wade
k) ILe )iolMM4r sod waeo otber aaaouaae
weuU w 111 be aiade (or tae curreatseboiattie
Titeleeture Counw of Mr. Joatlea HAK
UKm the CupnitUitluaal Jurkpni Janee of
tbel'aited felaU-swill beeolarged aad will
hefupelmimirtail by a saw eesnv on Publie
sad 1'rlTate lhteraaHaeal Law. HU leeturw
will be dell ered weekly tbrouttfa tbe entire
Hut otber Profeuor will aBaoeaee tbe .
teaaii a eiree to I beir several coanes.
Tbe lv Library, bb.-h bae reeeired
lareeadditbMw.U oucl daily ideadays ei
vesaeei tor i4uey sad tetereaee.
aoetetbM for legal debu-e aad essoeUte
tudy esUt in oonewtioii with tie boJ
Tbe BticitUaraBd Librarian will be dally
te alleadaeve in tbe Law Library Rvat a.
ie. till s oYloWt p. an., to enroll atudeat aad
tatalonca, airiajr detailed laforautioa.
eaa be onialaed at tbe book stares of W. H.
MurrUon, iSU Fitsw. aad of Lovdessailk
A (.0.. leiSPsttt w.attheeafceaf the Turn-
SPBBCBB! AV Bl'eiNBjM COfJJsSB
Cor. TthjLud D sts. a. w .
.BaiBn.ee. BU Schools. rt:
bchool ef Practical Baaiaewi tu a.oeiamt
frcbuul ui Pt.ukraiufy Piautlual BajllaB.
school of hhurthaad and TyoswrBias.
fcMdofeoanoesiaa Prafial WmanaiMa
Hi-Wgj of jte?hBMJel aad tmtetenSnril
irhooi of riTil aerrlee Training.
imr and we-at mmnratad uasa
H C. ePJEKCMM. LLK.. file lain ill
BBi. BABA A. WsWCBB, VWMttsmal,
BKeBBiAY, Wft. 8.
Beoseee f tmamm . i
VaouBy aad amaf tBH
Hat asnt atihf. W. aV SABnMA.
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Georgetownllnlverslly School of Law
HEV. J. 11AVP.NS HlCUAltDS. S. J..
lrMlitnt of tha t'nlvsratty.
CIIAIILBB W. IIOPPUAM. LL. D..
Dean or tbe Faculty.
HON. WILLIAM A IlICIlAUHHjON. LL. D
(Chief Juilio V. S. Court ot Clalaw)
Lecturer on ftatutory niul AitmlBUtratlte
Ijiw and Legal llailuw.
JIAKTIN F. MOHHIB. LL. D.,
Lecturer oa CoastltutloBal ami lataraa-
tlonsHiW, Admiralty and Comparative
nON. JEItKMIAll M. WILSON, LL D..
Lecturer on tlio Law .f Heal BUtu and tbe
Law of Evblenoe.
HON. ANUltEW C. IlltADLBY
Justice tu.rmn Coert, Btstrlet ot Ootaa
Ida,), Lecturer on Common law. Plead
ing and Boulty Jurisprudence.
JfWBPll jnJARLlSaTO.V, LL. D
Lecturer on tbe Law of I'errienat Property,
Contract sud KeeotlaUe Paper,
OK01K1K K. HAMILTON, Ll I).,
Leetursrnu tbe Law of Purtnerblp,Conora
tkies.ilartiee and TeatatBeetary Law
It. BOttti PtiltHY, A. L.
Leoturvr oa Ctl lual Law, Dotaestb lteU
tloaa and Torts.
Circuit Court: Prof. George E. Hamilton.
Court of Appmls: Profs. Martin P. MorrK,
Atdrew C. ltmdley and K. Ross Perry,
Introductory lecture asd aaaouaoenisnt
for tbe rnkuine term at tbe Law Beiklla.
vonier Sth aad r sts. n. w .oa WBDNBeUAY,
OCT. 1. at S je p. m. 'All interested oreeer
dUlly iaritnl to attend. Tbu library, sow
conprMeir tbe Bnaibh and leaiis Ainerleia
leporte and the iatett text books upoe HMWt
legal subjects, is located lu tbe Lawltuild
isic. with coBunodious readuur rooms at-uu-bed
, aad will be open from 8 a m. to ie p.
m. dally Sundays excepted, to studeaU said
aluinnl of tbe rthool.
Ibe tecretary van be teea at tbe Law
DuildlagouTueadays.TburiMlay and Stater
a) t. from 720 to S JO p m., tar mforeMthMi.
entiuih-eiit. vie. Cirvulats girbxc eoarseof
stedy, forms, etc-, can be obtained at book
ktoree of H. H. Vorrieon li4 P St. a.w..
and Lcwderultk A Co. 1 tM T st. a. w . ami
at W It. Th mton'sdrec Uore.MS IStliat.
n w . or on appltcatloa. personally or by let
ter, to tbe UBderabaMl
S. V. YB VTVAH.
Secretary aad Treasurer.
VTATIOMAL MBD1CAL COLLBQB-JJBfM-X
e I aad Dental Semoitausts. of tke
Columbian TAstfetaity. The sixty- 4k aa-
ui & f dl leciurua and
dental eourse wid beiu on Welnsjtiaj,
October Ut, at S p. m . in tbe ColleM 1
held on fbuiadas October id. at 71 n
Bur eisenlsra of both departmis aaaly tu
ir. A. .A Ktue. Bean, 7 TbMeeaSTtt a
w. Oaboa huura 9 to to a. m. sod Itnlae
Teiephuue Shfi kpmb.
flWB IOBC OKAS ht'IBNTtriCaCtii
J the Celutnulan lolvernuy
Will oiien at S o'clock o. m .
wtth the foaVowlM ooume
viz: All aVutuU of Bi
m..1.. 1'Ur nl.a.aj f 4ktat
VWK .M ,, . .at uwMWPjr, .w
in. Persies. Bmrralmry "each. Herajaa.
Tsarraj apa oieer preaoaes ot irowam.
h lecture etmta on AatroaxafAathie-
, Zootoiry. Botany, etc Ait eausee
la the ereemc ad are opee to both
. For further iiu aaolr hi tha
Uaaa. Psafsasor B. T. TOlifOX, LL. D.
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"MW ATIO!At THiATRK. ETR
ALB MnW TO HO ROW
J8f t9to jajnraawnent f
DAStBt tmiAS' SKW TOBK
Lyecnni Theiitrr rompanj.
Oti We, SerMay, orto' er "
The Charity Ball.
By WMapo aw Is mie
Cast includes Hertwt Kelcey, Xel-
WUeatttPfl, W.J. Le Berne, ChsrlMWai. ii.
rmt wnrianw. Walter Bellnw. Gonieia
Cay ran, fmrtetta traamsnMr. i ujn.
WSrCBtt. m Shannon. Hrn. Thomas Wbit
fen and otlter, .
T nwtt snoyemMtpiar rr prod i l f
the Wtw Twk Lycennr fiwatre wh
T KW HATTONAL TilBATHB
BttW BmhactaMicsllT. A Renulno
DE WOLF HOPPER
OPERA DOUFFE COMPANY,
CASTLES IN THE AIR
My C. A. Hyrne and Gnstavc Rerkcr
PBICBB-Sl M.S1, Mo.atld S&-.
Carrlatrei at 10:IS.
Xext wek-N. Y LYCBt'M TtlRATRR
STOCK COMPANY In "Tire Crmiity Bill "
a LBAuairs oiun opKnA-Houafi.
Oae Week, CnmmenclnR Monday, Sepl SO
Bsfrftcemmt of the Rmlnent comeiltan.
Wit. SOL SMITH ItrsSBLt, TAT
HU. JOL SMITH ltU!981,T N
MR. SOI. SMITH KOSSBLL, 11'
Bdwanl E. Kldiler's ijtwlnt Comcdy-Srana.
A POOR RELATION.
Mil. ItUSSBLL a XOA1I V Lli
Mr, nnfll will sin
THE OWLS AND TIIK MICE,
1UACK, tJlACK, BAtD TUB DICK.
Ilio etut will Include Miss Llmla Dipt
Lillian Owen. Mr. E. V. Tannelillt, Alfrod
lluJ.on, Frank Law ton, etc,
Matinees We dnetlay nnd Patunlay.
Oct- C.-C0ILV TAKMKlt IN ONE KtlitOlt.
HAHHI3' ItMOU TnKATllR.-nno Wook,
CommenoInK MONDAY. SKIT. S9.
Ih Consecutive Year of the Eminent Artist
In bis own famous comedy drama . ailed
ThoOrtwt Fire Fret e. the Wonderful (lam
Mm (ict'iie. and "llin Villain Still
Next week -".MY JACK." 21,'
THIS WEEK-U.lls' MaUneo To-morr.w
Gus Hill's World of Noveltie
Clt 11LB8 II. lltlZY.
4-hCllllOIB IIK'lx -t
Chip, Bd. Tlnettrr. B.telle WelllnntKii, K mil -
lear. Ohm. tl. reyntnur, t.1 Hubei-
and Klty AllytiH, Ollbert Karoni
the Evmin, Ktlille ami Jim
Nextweea-ToY rAion COMPANY
Is the GTat of All Muslcsl Instruments
Deeaase It performs any meslo
rrotn a waltz or u lallad to an
OTWture or a sympbony rsore
beautifully ami more nearly
perfect than any other slntfe
Tbe Aeoliaa Is not mechanical, but the
QMBipulatkiit of it is so simple that a rorson
eenlesrn to play it with from one tothroo
weeks' praetiee. Your Tlslt to see this In
strument will be esteemed a favor at
E. F. DROOP'S,
95 PA. AVE..
Pole Agent for 8te!awsy and Otber First-
(Bass 11ihm and Organs.
CT. JOHN'S COLLBOK.
A aaa potts, Mil.
lSIst restten eemraeaee IsTn SKITEM
IlEIt. Btgbt Departments asd tear couros
of study. UulWleae heated by ate&is. Ti 11
moderate. Per eatalegue address tbe l
THOMAS FELL, LL.D., Pi
IIOAKDINO AND DAY SCHOOL FOR
Aeademte and preparatory eourses.
Frlnelpak. MISS LAN JINO and MISS
Cbrbtma term beelas OCTOBEH J. Fr
eatalegue addrees B08BMAKY HALL.
MAHflAHBT WIHTMKOP 1ULI,
Esalith, CUesieal sad xBeetire Courts fur
Oh Is. Hums aoieeartu and sec lal eulllratlui)
DBitilBg aad iBMStete new. Xo crowding
AwdssaBts mast be eeer It. Addreas
MB. ABTBUR G1LVAN.
ir " -" -- - oa
ml ,FnBWejsmlWsJBjn IsW
UeM, eeea W
Tt T em AlKmVS iCItQC. BOB OtULS.
hi Mtt. PsepaMe tor Couegc,
Uatetaed hems. Tae aMSnod by which the
msnisl tseeBsas aje aa-eated will be fuun J
hi tee sjammt edaMee ef Miss Aiken's pan
nmat a saieBraSsal Attsetinn." now
saaaVy. Bar aam at Bianan sal's, s Valon Square.
Tt I BAJWtieVK'ttlhWelsBKAL SCUO )L,
Bewetej ear afcchriaslee Mtaist. , hv,c.
mnf aad taue aant. A eesrsare toe l U
myisMeemswalcaaeef seem- Aiiexpense
mW. 4, . uvaWmOBK. P. d
of stedy lj-.i.
A seiiteJ ' l .i...
is, it !k.
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