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THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 3,1890.
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C QctOBtn 8, 1890, WAyAXAKKR'S TlXWARR 0 tlic JAOtnleft nf fh day trt C arts nffmrtfA, am! hrmrs before th P rartr and the Vice PhhMwiI r1 affix til ibtr attctlr sutntrnphs to the Tt!ff Mil linns hpfor It whs lufcen to the IrtMnt, the iTitlmielrthla rrtifcts had an admt.Mn enl la big type which lead m follows V '"iriaivaiV.B iM,'nl'tiitT : : ta tatoWtwtntan wt'l hatsi thetr : : way, sftd yws nt ffw will bar to pay : ) mtrcfe more, la rfew of this stats : : of -Msar. ws fniwle otne time lnce : iMfW ?) of Mthn ttnwarv at : what was a low trie (hen, and would iw : far Jtrww now In the face oftwoadp : . in JtatWs price list" (MtrWO) JOB'S WARKn The wretched grammar of the an! rtttt went Its list tight of In the Tet mot wretVtd morality which Chirac tertaws It. Jomx VascaMAKkh Sa not only a merchant, Imt he is a member of the rreekteal's CaWnet EThlenlly he has txen trtectilatlng m a merchant upon the knowledge which he gained as the I'nesklent's conAdenttal adTlter. He has ttl his high ami honorable place for a Cabinet place is high and lir notable, however low or dishonorable a particular Incumbent may be for put poses of pecuniary gain. Lost to all testralntna; sense of decency lie ad mits It with brasen effrontery. He lias not ivcn a sufficient tense of propriety to heep prirate his use of public pbvee for personal gain, but sends forth his shamcleas yawp from the very house tops. He seems to tnVe an Ignoble ptlde In parading the disgraceful facts lefore the public. He did not even wait for the Tariff Mil with its burdensome tinware schedule to become a 1 before he ptolalmd the disreputable cunning with wblrh he took advantage of his It side Information ai a Cabinet of I (ir to swill his profits as a merchant tin prrldlrr. .Mr John Waxam akir probably never Hid 5hakri'KAKK He la toopreien Unfitly, too Pharisaically trfotis to retd i lie poet of the sees. Hut no rmn who had made it a study from youth tip rnttM have followed more sedulously or tingle mludtxlly Iaoo's cynical Mlrtet toltODKHioo, "Put money in thy purse; honestly If thou eanst; but it money In thy purse." Waxakaxkx has done It. THE MISSISSIPPI IUVEK 1M PHOVKMENT. The Mississippi' Hlver CommMnn Is in cession bow at New York, and wilt (Uti'iUilac when, where ami how the appropriation made for the river skill be expended. Thle CcmmUaioa was organised uader act of Congress, approved June 90, Its TO, and coexists of seven persons, the ptttent membership being: General C. II. Cow stock, president; Lieutenant Colonel Ckamlxs R. Sitkr and Major O. H. Errst of the Army Ksf Ineer Owpa; B. 31. Harrod. S. W. Frmod f on, civil engineen and Messrs. Tatlok and "Whitixo. The Conmlseion w directed by the act of its creation to "lake into aoa- suleralton and stature sucu plan or plans and estimates as will correct, per lnsDtBtly locate and deepen the chan nel and protect the banks of the MU fcUtlppi iliver; preasete ami give safety and eaie to the navleatioa thereof; prevent destructive floods; promote and faeilltate eeaBseree, trade and the postal servfee. PromtUU, That the Com txisekw shall report in full upon the practicability, feasibility and probable cost of the various plans known aa the jii syucHt, the levee system and the outlet syeseM, as well as upon kueb othere as tbey deem naeunnary." 'Mt far i he Ooanmhistea has ex pended ahOMl f U,M0,fls)8. Three Rsane of river pr.vsmeat 1 e ki SMfgessad. J. Tl e Kjtee. or Iteauietive pUu, 8. Tsw Cow box, or Outlet pUu, & Th Jleeervoir ulaa. Is a stsppiesKeaH to Uttrjpr't Wmk'-n of th hast tiseee seveeal pteas ase de scrited. We can give eedy a coadesua tloa of Mm ilassslplieni. Th Mm pta is founded eat tk ihaggj tht "th waler should he rv atsitltll wWaix iw'tf VKiaihtriin ha the coie of Its Host, so thai by its own fosce ad vkHy it shall keep to sws Wd seowied out, aad mslalala a avl- gaUe oepu UuougUout tu course. Thse tie lew great riven swifter In TUuaaa Umb taw Mlsssslp4. and it U lirged that if Us course be properly dlMCt4,se t)Mt It sksil aot be spwad otsthast) sabac aad m Urn Us raaadaly fee- a nsilnsru. thai water wtll not eady ceesy of Uae sediaaeaU with which It is wtU cawer 'tth U aosse portion aiae of tint net mud of the hottoai. aiseedy 4e iwtsied these by the water that has Bntfaxl ijaiffiee " Tfc vriter Is Urjr t Wttkly vLmt vttcsicaUv. to It doubtui 4jjajBr JpwaBJBne, j " kp frm wstathaif 'kn theory has vJaUetad ItM ' aad aiatnaa that fSPinirbiwe hat iaVatttat nai tansnt ttMaVsast) Want! bit ailaaWn tBRsFfqBjr wsjasasipt papsip "Hf -n i w" w " V- -aajlui mmA taffcaatf aaanaWiesM. JRljW InflPFaPaissP VnT eB anW ajRsP mm te iJtowt to mm tiuouh. out- laStal aaO anafi knV CUfiVsVyftkannsnt rJlfsM f a " RJP Isswlnpanniw p "w w" wbif aftfatog the may of as ofartrurtfrw uiiateraurd the flow of the vater, t,Laawe nmrrosrlag of the livex-hud tu ..i .. t;wu pount Is praukaliv -t n ii jlu ii.iead of InrreaaJng the i .r iu,i) luietnt the auouto deytMntlSMaie hf she vater u U aWws, sad a taada to thohe xitec up U staad ef aaatdaaT aha ehajaaad rfatar These iheorieU rtdfeohj she aUeatd sue r( r f Ci Min Tv work, an! c clarr ilit !fcr rrn! rcnlt of It h' Wen to raise the bed of the titer (rtwre It. TTbe tnlrd rln f " nM nuck tire tr whfth in tret season Iwwlr llta flor-ds, and T.y cotiflnftti th fn gtwtt bastts or rswrvolrt to regwM tfce Haw ftnw to wTt, frailerttli dtf rights and flrjd, egtreme hlglt water and extmrre lowwatct la the rhanntl afTxe Irnpowible. r,Ttjttlc1tf," says the writer In llhs IT, "this can be done;" but In M, "t ntlopttyrts of any such theory os lhff, In dealing with the (treat protr hm KrniW mean the nndertaktng of a wort bvMe hlrh th en wonders 1 1 the WrM rnld seem like houses of cants belli by babies. It Is estimated that ,arm,W r wbtc feet of water per tereftrt paswsrl the latitude of the mmith of la Hfd Rtwr at the Hmn of the fiort,s of 'W To buttd rpuprriitrs to rotPr.e tht-flffhs of this wt t-fr time flffls, at hst, wss whV may b calbd it e Miiphis water woii'l b- an fltidft'sklr bvfofW which mittkldl mtthl well lwaftats)." The Cofwmbjswm Jrt atlopl th re itrTcHve tha levee aad Jetty system, and In applying It to the river hat iw- crmrdtMCfl woederfnl result, mllsfvc tory to the people who live on the lnl of the river, as well as to the men who navlgale It, and that other large c.hxn that ntes It for pttrp in?s of coinmerce. Tub curat Catii t.rr event of the comlne wwk Is Ihf Nslinnsl Convention f the Catholic Yrung Men's Union, to he held at Wnshington, l). C, on Tues day awl Widnetday next, Octolier7and . The Rev. MirtiAKi. 9. 1,avku.b of the New York Oalhrdrnl Is president of the Union. Bishop Kxvxx, the rector of the Catholic University, will preach at the mass celebrated at St. Patrick's ("hutch at the opening of the conven t'on. Catdlnal Oinnu.vs will be present, ami delegates from all parts of the country wtll be In attendance. The convention will hold its sessions In Cnr roll Hall. Papers are to be read on "Reading Cln lee," "Diocesan Unions," "Literary Wotk In Societies," and many subjects of special Interest to young men. At the close of the con vention the delegates will call oa Presi dent Uanuikin Tux nxw Richmond (Va.) Demo ciatlc paper, the Demetnit. has a funny raitoon In a late Issue. Ills a tableau, ai.d Is thus described: "This picture represents the Fourth district situation by the fable of the cat, the canary bird at.d the linn at the moment when the Hack cat rtmarks- 'Ha, ha, I've swal lowed the canary;' ami the Hon sys to himself: "lice, lice, I will swallow the ca' To appreciate this tableau the audit-ice must bear In mind that the black cat Is Laxosto.v, the canary Is the Hat In Congreti, and the Hon U the Pftflocintle majority. Boss IiKW, whose p'c'ure'tln the corner, Is Interested In this little ceremony." Thk thanks of the Senate were ten dered to Vice President Mohtox In a resolution offered by a Democrat and unanimously adoptul. The thanks of the House were sot extended to Speaker Rrk. Kvtn the Republicans deemed him unentitled to such an honor. HOTEL ARRIVALS. ..i4iomJ-rim Wlr, H. A. (loM smile am (1. W. Haeley, New York: V. H. (luhek. Qutncy, 111 ; II. 8. C.ulkk, flileano; A. U. l'ail, Vfnsluu; V. V. IMxoe aiul wife, XlfudnlMB), Ala.; it. 8. l'srklus, Clwelo uaU. SI. Jamtt II. J. 1'rntt, Jaiiowu, N. Y.. I), llsiirl. New York; U M. ItoJn ami wife. Mm. K. lUrrlt, Coluwbtas, O.j W. I). I'olkxk, U.iivllU, III. MrtrofjolitinK. K. i'owsl), CIsrkstMirK, W, Vs.. VV, O. lUrvny. Nw Yok; John K. KngUii. Ilmtit(m, Va.; r. Itsjnold, Nswark, N. J.; J. II. McCaU, Lssstmrg, Va.; K. In Brown, Jr., Dulutli, Mian. ll'iWwti'j Alltn U. Watfoo, Ilumnels Iohb, fa.; I h. ItedslI asd wile, .N'w 1chV;K. J.. Hritton, Xalliaiera; exeursloa S tsny ui iwj islle sad ami tl union from w Kbguau. WU. K. A. Hojt, Nw Y'ork; K. K. Us, U. 8. N.; W. W. Wtlgley, Obto; Hob. . 1. Mutu, iftenwwUo, Oil.; T. J. llogsu, nttstHWK. 1 F- CbaUa, Nsw Or leans. Hotii JuAiu. Ms4aii fiat la KoUfts. Dsawark; K. i EagtWi, Alaxaadria, Vs.; W, 3faoa, Xt ork; Jolut JJ. Browu, PfailsdsJtitOa. UeJrei'i.K. V. KoWfU, HalUaiwe; G TV. Ilftcheoek; K. II, Theaus, CUeogo. JrliHodvuYAviu a. Vmma, l'WIuJsi pfcta; W, H. Praaktta, Naw TuS; M. O. eaglasaur sad D. W. KWwa, itUMtpan, ( o4B.; I) C. Katehaaa suit wife, CUeaisa; um. j. a. n?u, wiuoa, .v. c. Arm A. P. Buer sad (unity, ( A. Gasdtaer, Naw York. Riggt CwaawJora a. C. Costaa, U. S. Nnv; Ttowas C. Kash, Calesae: BdiaHBd WsMauwe. 'w York; Mm. O. M. ioi tmi W nueUy, lr. J. Beartl, New York. MioramW. S tx sad wife, Ab ktsa; Mr. Jjotd H Fstk(oa aad Mlas LiHiiw laUeraea. Xvrmmiiii C'aariea A. tie Areaad aad wtfa, Osrtsaa HiU, St..; Aadsew qarasjde. Xw York; Wat. JU Afehost, HttohtMK; Qatar T. awwiOl, Saa Fraaessea. Fr Iurelj 1'arty Kuuai, Asa las louMttllt CturUr Jmtrml. The aouaty oa ataate sugar has haaa aa atafilpAilatril aa to nsloiml to the fp-1 "f t1" Remiyirp Stftte 'tl Yer atoat oaJy. Ko bouaty is paid excapt where the product by aaa panoa ex caeda Stx) pouads. aad it aapeatad la the -fffhatf "ft it would baasdu aathajM a thou sa ad faraaeif ia Ye saoat aad any were else. AM OuttMr. JHt Us MaiiiHU Imirlwi Yha aaaate did have aswaa hatta hhat the Saaata wesdd cut ihwa taaaa aa tha ssacaaiaiiaa of Mfa, hut thid haaW aa asvewn Itself to he aathiaf awaaduN a aSBBnaasassal &4d ftkaaQaaaVerV INTCilTtQIf' leMsal I Waa nHsitlsFs assaatV Vassal ffsfisldssl 4M j aO, aw hr my sWt; aaa isT MaasatsMM ft aaftM MflMMM fe SaaaaW Sl Saaasf SaMaf fctifft Wtfilslaf"aiilsf fcsnttlt& bisvx I, ivikuvwu eani am. ' Lck wih w n V ihUnttd r kMA WMWl, Am ttt 1 kmw Aa wm i aair Ttt am m I ko toft W14 o I Mat al fftttlbtt 0 lf 4nJ -.a. a AriB ranMlM to .liiftX Wnsa u w 1 1 rflalimra afehat fiaaaaaBBsl saaaaaL vrpjpBf jpar "i js" "aapasw inwRav "apisapssat "piasMF use day, when bmtsrltes aaat haat Kew sa sad out amoag tha ssssaaak Aad the tost iwaaes eaesxdattesaa The pertuuia uf a auaaaed hesMcs, 1.". uijua ikiif uaaaaana Is rcttfBd uook witece va Had often cut mIiIs our eaM Abd UtavcJ uns of mm to SM U tease a chuo-ts u sesactaia Tbo act ret 1 ju lulled to YTSrai i MAUgfe dUUkt eaterly to Her side t olcjilo .teas, utility bbt d4 but cfciac her oatasya Aad taw tut uoi. uur aaa st Jicwcd any soft stop, she jidcli said: ,vWaat anjifs you saauaathjd aaMtte1 -Mutt I Wide, u, Mv't Wutly. AMCSEMluXTS. .titt tfK's ramhCwwafHe Tnetfrteat tttwat. The sale of seats for the engsgement of naeW Frohmans Ljcefitn theatre rentfany In "The Cnarftt Bair t tie National Theatre ntxt wee ItoHeates that the attendsnrf will be large and fasMonahh. Mr. Frohman Is one of the few resident managers hn believe fit mly in encotitsglns nstlve dramatists, and he always gives preference to tfcetr ot It tthen It Is twsslble to do so. He began his mansarment of the Lyeenm Thtaire, ?TeW York with the prmltto. tloa of "The Wife," bv David Belasco ad Henry C Ic Mllle, and of the three seasons Ms nmpany has been In existence two have been profitably Bile 1 by plays n American ubjects by nv tlve authors. In opening his c mln season in New York he departs some What ftom this plan by producing a new play by It tladdon Chambers, the author of'' Captain Swift" its first production on any stage. Ills arrange ments are, however, perfected to follow It by a wotk upon a thonmehly Ameri can subject by Henry GnyCirleton, editor of lift. Mr. and Mrs. Kemlil hsve purchased the Knropean rights to "The Charity Ball, which they propose to prod nee In Ijomlon next season Tnls Is a reversal of the usual order of affairs. Varry nt the llnl." Ti mottow evening Ie Wolf Hopper will for the first time Introduce into his performance of "Castles In the Air" at the National his famous parody on be bsll entitled "Casey at the Bst." Fur the past three years Ibis has been a favotlte recitation of bis for special and btniflt proersmm!, and whenever given Is received with shouts of laugh ter. It narrates an exciting game of the national sport, where all depended on a safe hit by the mlftbty Casy, who on this supreme occasion was only able to fan the nlr with his bst. Mr. Hopper delivers the lines with much fervor and dramatic unction, causing unbounded merriment by his efforts. PERSONAL. Miss Coleno of Natal Is lecturing In London on the Zulu question. Herr Qrunfeld, a mulclan of note, Is under contract to appear In this country next year. A biographical sketch of Mme. P.UII Is promised for early publication in the European capitals. Charles II Freeman, the new checker champion, is descended from the IV qtiot Indians. Mrs. Jefferson Davis has already re ceived some $2,000 from the sale of her husbflnd's memorial volume Gad's Hill Place, famous as thohome of Charles Dickens, has been bought by Francis Law Latham, Advocate Qeueral t f Bombay. Pendant, the Russian Ambmsfd.ir t Petvln, Is said to be a hard drinker and often imlrely disabled by his favorite btverage, brandy. Kals r Wllhelm has received as a pres ent him the Cxsr a troika, with the horns and n coachman and groom In Nailpnal costume. A troika Is druvn by three horcs harnessed abreist. It is said Hint Baron Hlrsch, who wm MMcnslvely blackballed some time since at a well known club of the Rue Royale, has bought the block of build ings In which the club Is situated and has given the members notice to iult. The Hon. Bonum Nye, who Is 03 years old, Is still the active treasurer of a savings bank In North IlrooUfieM, Mass., and recently gave a reception at his residence that lasted from 1 o'clock In the afternoon till 10 In the evening. .Men Wiirth Store Tliaii Ituoka. Pmhrk llarrltm lntU Qetofar Forum. To hunt up and "Interview" men of notu Is a tllly and odious habit of our day. But no study and no books can supply the place of personal Inter course with those who know and those who lead. I am sure whole libraries would not give roe what I have qalned In converse with Oambetta, Msazlnl, John Bright, J. Stuart Mill. O. Eliot, Ruskln, Cardinal Manning, John Ulllon, John Burns, Herbert Spencer, Comte, John Moiley and Mr. Glad stone. (Jooil lor BuoeiUHkurx, Srvm M ItarlfyrJ OwUnj iW. Mr. (Depew gives a very apt sum ming up of the advantages of govern ment ownership of railroads when he says: "I left Paris and traveled 800 miles In nineteen hours, took dinner and breakfast on the train and It cost uie $51," Such a passenger rate In this country would foree the average citizen to go a foot. A Uood dtarlluc l'olnt. ttom tkt riUttura LnUr. The Republican party oan never rid Itself of Internal strife and mutual crlin. Ination and recrimination and regain Ita ohl standing In the respect and aifec tion of the people until it repudiates the men ami their waasurea who have brt ugbt reproach upon her. Peaaeyl vaaia la the best place and the pead UgeaiapaiKB a good time te begia the work of reform. Tbe fuwer of tlie lm FretatluJiiMJck. Bsak Presideat nave you discov ered anything wore about that robbery? JSxpert DetetiveKo. But I am goiag dowa to the newspaper odlce thk evealug to eoaeult with the reporters. After that I shall probably have some thlag lasportaat u eamtnuateate to you, ii ' Kvsb lbs tVartu Will Tara. Tha Ciumjmu U a vary aslkl ataa aatad aad faaweahla jausaal; it aso pcae to live la peace It possible with all ataa, but it has to attach salf taapect aot to aiasaet whea a politkai swill cart of tha iialliOweU ttaaip attaiaata to rua r It. Caat Wkatw is aty linllPihirtr YJ M ttw UasaHash' ymt to paial Vighaeaa, A tiwt was fouad , -ses ' ' ' "" FafcaW aflpsP 4Mpg lWr spPt aiUa fofUU&M )dU Wse& sa (iA "Hat ,Tf i Ii QXiwQtk&l uftd bat MAbI aAaCataBaBsaai astia aUljtiify sssassssa ssBBBaattSttssal tJtftc Oaf hi a 1'frflHaiilsaa1at IB ksafltssassali. sspssp" pr Hsaaaasesstvsv sasjssisws H WMMJJtaT T try Tthi. MM 0VtSaM"asttsadP HsWi ssteftjs 49 f JUsfisttssKftl Vlsatelsi kail astftt lllslsssi 9& lasassasf lAMff JbIMMssV (iMBllIT Tssiaaat asatt laWtf ttiatsi ta9 3Bsjawa aiasw bbsf seav'apr wm w ttasssl Jaaaa' sasssassW ts sbsbssbbW "It k BsOaW aiaBBBa.M aaBaaaat aasaat wkfVhl W m "T sa aSBStw w ji iwi ssBBBaaaatf Oat klfl MaAUrsst aaO WAaL asatssaaf si witpaapsaawtw pr paar stsF ar iwaftw tax aslMssWsfesT'S JMtJMbtf 0 Ia9t tts Yflftftttjf aaaass Vill fhsin aWfJt OAfiasl lasUI ssalUtifft. aMPhP swlaF "w P! Isw Wf " r aV Pastel Of th RbsMasW JVw Ad Uostwi tea h&xe tataW w be ss-uift uat cow UUUtV tJ'-U- WOUafifr fvl jUdii a4UUa WAKE UP, DEMOCRATS ! mi mrtmm (Ami casot Wlit WITfOST lfftt. w ?mt !. bj- ifnr Armihy twe srat- ntfteetit OpimrtMnttIM VHteh He trHHitenn dWrrMritien IIim fllen ln Tsar fatriHtte ttttj-i fYnm Iftte Tor ItmM. The leaders of the Iewemfe partr seem to be rather stow cmoes. T?hey talk good deal abrtat tletotf at the next Presidential election, but they are doing very little to earn it. Unlaw they 1 estlr themselves and skrrtv tbe pewple that they are In dead earnest they will retain tbe back seat which they now octupy. We notice that the Repnbllcins are upend dotng even at this early diy. They are making hay while the sun shines. They have a first class org int ration, A WRM, Olt.RH MArniKR, ami they are rnnnlng It for all Itls worth In ivety pert of the country. They oro pose to stay in power as long as the weak pntcsls of tbe other side ami the Indlf fttince of the people will permit. Tint Is their business, and they are giving It vi ry close attention. It Is always difficult to drive an intmyfrom his Intrenchment. If you can git him Into the open field, wlwre both sides have an eqtnl chance, and wlure the If sue depends on shrewd gineratsiiipamt Hie courage of the rank and flic, that is one thing. Hut when, as in tbe present instance, lie H1I)K8 HK1I1ND KANTiiwonrts, which must be stormed, that is n very different thing. The Republicans are In possession of the Government. They can swing an Immense amount of patronage In their favor, hundreds of thousands of big and little cilices, each one drloplng with perquisites and each one n centre of political Influence. They don't lies Itatc tu make it known that every man who collects Republican votes will be properly remembered when Ihe grand "dlvy" takes place. This McKlnley bill is s Imply a huge party machine, and It was passed, not In tlio Interest of the whole people, but In spite of and In ditlance of the ercntcst good of the greatest number, at the solicitation of JtOJiOrOLISTS AND BYNDICATBfl and with the express understanding that In the next Presidential contest they will bleed freely and fryout gen erously for the putebnte of the floating vote. That Is what has coma to be called practical politics, and practical politics means anything, right or wrong, to bat the other side. It Is a shrewd and sharp n ethrd of wlnnlug the game at any cost io ihe country at large. Time mi hae the exact condition of kIThIm. and If the Deniocr us think they can win without n supreme ClT irt they are mlehtilv mistaken. It Is tine that the people are getting ilnd of Rt publican corruption awl are looking for something littler. The Iron and wool men of New England Iiuvb soured un the policy of their own p irty, and the CltANOK IN I'CIILIC OHNtOJT IS 80 OHKAT that at the last Massachusetts election the Democrats came within an ace nr getting their candidates through. The farmers of the great Northwest nro in an equally disgruntled condition. Re publican legislation has either disdained to take any notice of them or has added to their taxes and their living expenses. They find It necessary to mortgage their farms even In these days of uuexampled national prosperity. Instead of getting a new hnrnnse, horse and wagon, a piano for their gltls and n new gown for the wife thoy are wondering how to make both ends meet. IT 18 AN KI'OCII OF DISCOSTKXT and Inquiry which extends to all ports of the country discontent, became things don't work as the Republicans promised they should; Inquiry aa to whether a new party will give them n better opportunity. This Is, therefore, a crucial moment In tbe history of polltloa and should be mado uso of. The Republicans are doing their level best to blind the oyes of the working classes and to excuse the blunders of tbe Fifty -first Con gress. Tbelr orators are playing the kbiuo ui uiuu uiiuuraoiy, ouu aunuur- lng falsehoods with such earnestness that the plain, simple truth Is kept In the background. Their pension expenditures are a gro tesque CARICATURE OP PATHIOTISM; the surplus of which we were so proud three years ago has vanished into thin air; taxation Is steadily on tbe Increase, and while It may be a matter of Indlffcr ence to tbe well to do and wealthy it eats into tbe income of the wage earner so seriously that he must give up some of the comforts of life. For all these things the Republican party Is solely responsible, ami for many of them Is corruptly responsible. HCT TUB DBUOOKATfi MUST BE VV AND DOING. Not even the right eaa prevail with out aa effort. To sit Wly by and es pect tbe victory to fall into their arms is sheer aaasease. They must either ue the taagaiaeaat opportunity which is at band or they will lota at tbe eke tlaae aad tha great body of the Amert eaa people will feotala ia the grip of syadtcatee, trusts aad atoaouoliae. OtHeer Fuller Sum fur DiUiSH. Charles II. Falter through, his at torney, T. M. Fields, has brought suit agaiaat tbe Capitol, North O Street aad South Waahiaatoa Railway Cumpaay for $3,e10 daaaaam lie claims that oa tha Ia9th of fiaaHiiahsr last tha cuta paay ware lepairiag their tracks oa Eleveath attest. Rear O, aad that at sight they left a pile of earth aad ateaa abSag tha track wttaaut leaviug aay light butalatt upoa it aa saautt ad by law. Tha cateriaiaaat was drivlag fas a bttgy aad whila efoeatag- tha uack tha wbaeie of tha huagy suak iato aa eacavatiut salt by the work ataa aad aa waa tasvwa upoa a pile of atoaasla a maaaer which ntsultad ia has serious lajury both lueuUuly aad physiadly. fUusU tor a4Us VVMIiiiiiif a Uaansti. AUuaao aiaKiaa waa Aaad 88 tha Sjftfrraiooa fof kiartwj aa ualicastiad bar la Shot's alley. Odker Uurdoa saw four cases of bear carrttd iato hji place aad two coiotad bays lestlied to hahMt pusahaaad VH'lyf of htf ia his ataoa- aaatuea ia tiaa ipif who sastke SasUMR lealdiajc la the rlrlnhy n? ttoti aMay htaadv 4fw Daaha X. aaaa w ar ji wi""nj a sf samiRSMRMa saa Cassaysis ff siila)Ca9T aastiittasi asatt stABassaasL Hpss sfr-Ol) aWMaaJaaT M lVssttosV sUaJa 'Efapff &&$ & vyiilit'ti JkMt FjMsiifcff Mifid- alvulflst Ciim vitt ha at tieothw tad 0 tfc gvtl ax.t yaar- il3 rrrjjsit. laaitevtfjtoa sash hraflaraai aMi teas died AWtiSa ass eaasd by MeaaVs lifts riMpsirtllii waab Soaes Hie ttoiiiin'b, vso- uuju healthy iMatatuHi neatc sji appe late, cults ifck acMaLhc id buUda up the uLcrJc Botuw 4ulU bj ail Jj-ugtoU. ItU JUvett Oke Uvilaf ANTI LOTTERY CIRCDLAR. letrnr!fnes ent t r(Wtnmtrii Km tntdrHir tae XWs foiwttwetlon. The Mlo-Jrlng fmittttctrona, embody ing the constntctton placed upon the sntf-lottery law hy the Postoflhse De pattwient, were mailed to postmasters throughout ihe country today: The law sppll a to ny letter, otdlnarv ot registered, If It concerns any lottery," gift concert, or scheme de scrlbtd la the sertkm, and for hfltety tickets, checks, drafts, Mil, irnmey, post si notes or money orders for the purrbae of lottery ticket, or aey share or chance In a lottery or gift enterprise, and to the list of the drawing at any loittry or similar scheme, ami Wrtmft the rarrjlnr of them In the malts or the nenvety or tnrm irom posiomces. The seal of a letter, or of any sml pwr-htt pit paid at letterjrates. mtm not he disturbed for the purpose of ascer taining If Its transmission in the mil!, or Its delivery at a postofflce. Is forbhl Heti 1 y trie ptovlslons of this act. Nor will the mere suplclon that such letter or packet relates to a lottery, or the fact that It i addressed to any person known to bv entraged in the business of con dueling a lottery, justify Its detention or non delivery, except that the dellv ery of registered letters at the office of destination shall be withheld when the Postmaster General has issued specific orders, under the provision of section 8039 to that effect. Postmasters are authorl."tl to examine tinnsletl matter, and if the sendei Is unknown, stamped fraululentnnd sent Io Washington. This also applies to fnnlgn letters. Regarding newspapers that contain lottery advertisements, or similar schemes, or tho whole or put of the list of prizes awarded, shall be refuted admission to the malls. Foreign newspapers should be treated ns if they were published In the United States. The term "lottery," as used In this act. embraces all kinds of schemes, gen eral or local, for the distribution ot prh?es by lot or chance, such as gift ex hibition , enterprises, concerns, con ceits, rsfiles, or tho drawing of prizes In money or propetty nt fairs. Hence, letter, postal cards and circulars con cerning them, and newspapers, pamph lets or other publications containing advertisements of the in, are unmalla ble. GOING WEST. Tlio 1'reMitent to Tle n Trip TlirniiBh Ohio, Inillnnn noil Illinois. President Harrison will loavo Wash ington for Ihe West next Monday morn ing via the Chosnpcakc and Ohio Rail road ns far as Cincinnati; Mr. Charles R. Blthop, general Eastern passenger agint, having charge of the party over the Chesapeake and Ohio road. The Itinerary of the trip has not yot been dt finitely arranged, but will In clude visits nml short stops at Cincinnati, Danville, III., Yincenues aril Temt Haute, Ind.. G-desburt;. III., and Ottumwa, Iowa, Topeka and If in sas City, Kan . on the way West, and S'. Louts, IndlanapolK Ind., Fort Wayne, Ind., 011 the return trip, re turning to Washington Tuesday morn ing, October 11. The Presldeut will be srci mpsnled by a representative of the Pallid Press. llunrit of Nnyttl Impaction. The Secretary of the Navy has ap pointed a board of nnral olllcers, con sitting ot Commodore Joseph Tyffe, Lieutenant A. V. Wadbams and Chief Engineer Adamson to visit Boston and Inspect all naval and mercantile vessels arriving thorc. A similar board Is now In tettlon In New York, the object of tbe Inspection Is to ascertain as nearly as possible tho kind of goods Imported from foreign countries and tho latest Improvements In naval methods and sHtfaic. Iron Htiil Steel Concrci. New Yoiik, Oct. 3. Tho Iron and Steel Congress to-day listened to papers by R. A. Hadfield. or Sheffield, Eng land, Professor Ellhu Thompson and Trofessor 0. B. Dudley. Asked to be Answered, Don't you think thatout of eighty seven differ ent styles oj $5 Boys' and Children's Suits you ought to be able to find ONE that woald suit you and your boy? If you'll just try and bear in mind that we haven't a SINGLETHREADoi ANY. THING IN THE HOUSE that savors of the doubtful, youll realize how strong we are in our S5-FIVE D0LLAR-$0 grade. Long Pants or Short Pants, There's ham a wadding of quality and looks here tkat ou41 b iaterfcsttMl la. Saks and Company, ttaa tttaa-Kdsad tuaaaaa Jfttm Un JtmmUft' Uirotltir. Te aaana, one traced ia aaoada sd taa other ia rubles, cuwbise to laaaa as eJetU v. ring witiu -A 1 Jassffaai WFSIFY y JL Jl jLw J JL-y J ' i- Aw HDJOININC THE METHODIST UNIVERSITY, Corner Loughboro and Tunlaw Roads. The Sale of this Most Delightfully Situated Property Opens SEPTEMBER 25 7NE CLOSES OCTOBER 25. Price, 10 and 21 Cents to foot, A Splendid Opportunity to Double Your Investment Within a Reasonable Time, This property is most beautifullysituated on a high ridge overlooking and in close proximity to the heart of the city. The electric cars pass within a few hundred yards oi 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 ne of profit in a very short time. John F. Wagqaman. Fourteenth and G Streets. SPARKS FROM THE WIRE. I'rem UUimlclirn Comlemccl for Header In u flurry. WHllam II. Scrlcber, tlio confldsntlal bookkeeper of tlio First National Bank of Columbus, Ind., wbo stole f 800,000 In 1668, bas turned over wbat Uo had left of bis booty. Tbe Cherokee strip Is being Invaded by boomers, who say they will fight If an attempt Is mado to eject them. llllller Iloglmew, postmaster at Jules, 111., Is short In his account 10,000 and la missing, Ddtecllve Slurphy of Columbus, Ohio, arrested Win. II. Clark In San Francltco for a criminal assault on a little girl. Murphy's brother, who started to make the arrest, disappeared at Ogdcn and foul play Is suspected, 'While Jake and CUude McChell were bunting near Caldwell, Kan., the latter shot his brother, mistaking him for an animal In the bushes. The full details of the killing of the German colony at Vltu by the natives show that tbe men wete disarmed by tbe order of the Sultan the day preced ing tbe massacre. It Is said that an agreement Is to be mode by the Union Pacific and Missouri Pacific railroads not to build Into Cali fornia. This will be a severe blow to tbe State If consummated London gas companies have refused to confine themselves to the employ ment of union labor, and a strike is threatened. Trea'dent Stern of tbe Cincinnati Oiub sava that he doea not believe tbe Players1 League will agree to his terms, but is gois to Claclanall to eioatf the ileal, provided It does. Tbe Imub Joined. WjilUw D. DoreetM, through hU at tafsey, II. A. Seymour, has ited an an swer to Ilohert P. Itegester aad Sawuel W. Ileraster, eoBlalfwta, ileaylaic that he has la aay tjuuiBer iafrtngea tbe uatesU for letter-boxes held by the Unaware and tlutt Um letter-box maaiui facsufetl hy blaaaelf ia of entirely dttfar eatt fiputt HMtr lie also deantat tlst Hubert F. Regeeter waa the fcavewaar of the nrt Improved letter-box. as stow a by tit seeoMk of the Patent OaUee, U at bUUvu I'wpwlf, The aul sale of lost, talea and alia Bifaiflf il property tluU haa fpgtf Ir uieoA of Ue PoUi Ltefiactaaest will occur oa the 17tk of this mmtti A larger aasniBt of that ptoaastr th uesiAl has ftficuwulatefl. oeaseiissaw of Mvolvers, knive. clotWuit, etc. Uruip&a Dead. Tg Cftstiss" a ooaeMd hmb apoMaeii itowl attaaWttly ha fsQAt o tiui Sfsis wl HoAeJ at staiftii&wofei ah vagmi Uhoaat tattttaoA W4M su9fteflus& WMsrii oait tlurse shis aiiSWttiei a9 uaaaw a& Ib CttOa Ms lufci Artivaa. Ksrw Yosts, Oct. 3. -To White SUr assssaavsisssssssBBShto IjASIttftassVaW COiasl XtAllaatf&ttsfal with Ae Count of Paifci. the Jktk of Orhiam " tbe Pruuui of JUjiavlibi on waaeipipsaw pawars usssp wsass wrsi wnm steftMU H dgtti!sa4 Jasf tlhft SissswMai at WW thla swreig. -ay - - INsasfsttssMsl H AsattsUsslL Tltf fi-JJOWliJ asHAtUtttf Ssilslli MNfefi & Ivkk &w3teMK U Uifi O Um& BOsiili i8it, is coat $M.m, ad so JmawBar set. toatect brack &w&m$ at 9& Wfw vue awtsveiatf. to cms $S,Sttr. yl Mtfif fcy Titmicav iium tAc -VmJ turt WuriU unri96 Is lt fttonUu ulJ G: Jk JL TENNESSEE SOPERSTITIOU. A Whole Cummunlly Nllrreit Up tijr u Viiru About Witchcraft. flora Ihi fHnphU AraUiKhi. The greatest excitement ever known Is belnc created In this, Woakley County, by tbe appearance of a witch In tho family of Frank Hays, living thiee miles southwest of this town, In tho Ninth dlstilct, Mr. Hays' grand dauebtor, about 1 i years of age, belni; the object upon which the wicked phantom has centred. Tbe young lady Is prostrated and hundreds are (locking tbero to see tbe effects of tho attack, which, strange to say, no one can explain. She Is per fectly sana until she hears them coming, when she goes Into violent spasms and declares she can hear roaring as like distant thunder and she can sec animals making their way to her. Now comes tbe strangest part of the story, and a number of the most re liable men In the country can vouch for this as a fact, there being eye witnesses to tbe same. After each attack a small roll or bat of cotton Is found clinging to the victim's neck, just above her bicast, and tbe most incredible ones have held their hands very lightly against her neck and found, after tbe spell Is over, beneath their hands tbe mysterious cotton. When the rumor first went out that this, strange case was in the country the people all ridiculed such, but the excitement Is now at Its helebt on account of all being at a loss to account for tbe whole ailalr. Tbe family staled to yourcorresposd ent that they have been threatened by to-called witches in the past. Notwith standing how purely absurd IhU may seem to any one who baa not seen tbe entire affair. It U certainly a mystery, to say tbe least. Ugfetulsg rods ElacUiework. KuehUug. KI)UCATIOM.L. Ge8(getiwi0iheslit-Sck9l sf Law PACUL.TY. BKV. J HAVBSiti MCHAMW. 8. J.. no. wiu-iAM a lacteou. LL. o.. iOUef JvaUue V. S. Coast at Omtmi Lacluwr m ktaiuttar ana AJarnltrnityn Law sad Laoa! Maiiws. HABTIN P. MORHU. IX. D., Lecturer a t'ututUutluBl mm! later aa- tluwd Law, AiaJnOty nod Cumpanulve J ttrtapradae. HOK. JBHKilUfl 3i. WIL8QK. LL D.. LectUMT un tk Lw ui MmJ BkbOa tad. tbs Lgw ot ityiaeaee. mm ATOststw v. bsublxy (Justice taixsiaM Cssut, Ualcit of Gotass tla j, LatsMtser cm rumaaoa. Lw. Pkad- mt &n4 KuulSr iTiirianriyiiiiiflft joSlnTtUNatSrrLTB.. letiuraroo tie Law ot PraaI Property, sSoSci . KAiOLTOK. IX. B-, LeeMtser o tte La w of TartaanWD, Cojtra- isaaa, wtmrnm aaw naumsswwr w . lMWPaWY.4... Ucturtr oa csassmw luaw. iMBSsacss neia MOOT OOUWt. i tccaJK Court: Paaf SaptM 9 Hsatltinn t'uwt o Auutaia: ttolsTSitUs P. Jtuni 3(uwi iuidxew C. atmtm aal B- Haaa r lmifl.lqi.lM yAIH A,d sur tstf auaulAa tarsa ai tae opr LatHoB-ss. Il wal saVjeou, is Wis laetiea.aiBd witlseopei rmil I ii ir sooaaa at- ciDiDttuaili a ttUD. sJujuui ot ttu. kebuut lha ,cietir ixu Lt iOta B-t the Law uildui uu TuMjy, Thursday fad taMur- 1" It JSU Ui 3. t' III lur UUUrmUMUB, urt4Umit A.. CtriUlatf: itlS ciXUM W La oCUtUil l BMW i..u ,i a uf riauu IGir at ul 1 i ltHP.t n ii (fW It. llv.nnwf"u UH4 store, tot IS.Wt BpUMUi ttr tu the u-udcrJgned V . or on aiipueaaun, pcrsuiiSJiy or ny um- WT. . . . .. H 1KATICAV. elu : .'.i i.il', Mid TrsilMHI I wf. toy. MHOUMajBMMS Law BaBaaag. sssensnWid aaaoos AMtlKSlKTf. IW NATIONAL THBATRB. K ERRT STKNtjrG TF WEEK AT SAT I KP AT MA1IJSBK AI , THS DE WOLF HOPPER OPERA BOUFFE COMPANY, GASTLESINTHE AIR By C. A Byrne atidGnstaveKetk-r W Sstnntay nlf(t vy sre-tal - Vf HnrT"' l 1 la'rodiice n' ff''1 "iM Wsial jKiom entitled, -fasey at tm'Ui riirR8-$l'0,tl,Mo amis- . JWWt wet-N. T LVOBtm THTftB mm K ( oSrASTJn -The Cna- Ity Bi t l.BAfOH'3 OBAyn Orf.KA-HOUSK. Btry Krenhit Matinee Saturday, Jtn(taaiwit of tire ttnlfrent ComHiia, MH. SOt. 8XHTI1 H1798BLU TIT MB. Sui, Mtfri SBSSItl.L, N Mrt SOI, MttTJt flOSSStX, l" Ertwarrt B. KMttst'j Qnalnt Cometly-Draui A POOR RELATION, MP. KCSSBLI, as JtOAII VALB Mr. Rttssell wtll slnj? THE 0WI,S AWD THE MICE, tlt'ACK, fJUACK. SAID THE DICK. The east will Include Miss Itula rMz, Ltllttin Owsn Mr. B. D. Tannehilt, AlfreJ IlndMiB, Frank Lswton.eto. Next week-CORA TANNKIt In ONE BttnOft EBAT3SOW ON 8 ALE. 21lf TEV NATIONAL TIJ3ATIIE.-EXTHA. SEATS NOW" ON SALE For the EneairoBient of DANIIt, PRuIlMAN'S NBW 10.1K LYCEUM THEATRE COMPANY, One Wtei, Monday, Oet tber 6, Matinee b'atnnlayCnly, IN THE CHARITY BALL By Itelarco and Do Mlllo. Cast Includes Herbert Koleoy, Nelsm W licatcroft, W.J. i.o Moyno. Charles Waloott, Frlta William. Walter Hollow, noorsla Caytan, Hcnrlfttn, Crawmnn. Mrs. Charles Wsleott, nto ehnnnon, Mrs. Thomas Wblf fen sndotheM. 1 he mot MicccMfnl ply ever produced at tho New York Lycenm 1 heatra. ool 4t HAItniS IIIJOUTHEATIIR.-Ono Weok, Commencing MONDAY. BEIT. S3. 16th Consecutive Year of tho Hintnont Artist, MILTON NOT1LBS, In his own (anions comedy-drama called THE PHOENIX. TlieOreat Flro Scero, tha Wonderful Oatn bllnc hceno, and "tlio Villain still Pursued Her." Nest week-"MV JACK," ,5t HII'S NEW WASHINGTON IHBATItE.lITnhT. THIS WEEK Ladlei' Ma'.lnee To-morrow. 6us Hill's World of Novelties. or hill niuiuss II. IIOKY. I--CI1UODB Ilttw- Chip, Ktl. 1'iNters. Kell Wel'InKton, 1.', Io i'esre. ( lm. f), reymnnr, t .1 II i tier a lid Kl tyAllynu. Olltxrt Sunm . lha Kii. Rdd'e ami .!o Next srcak-TUNY l'AMTUIt COMl'ANY. ieH GLOlTg TII KAt It I -MONDAY, SKIT. ). An rneqnaled 8rvlalty tonifrcn vr VnmleTllls fctars. itatlneos Monday, Wetne1sT, Thursday and Friday. Admission, 10, SO, 30 and 50c, toSV.tl rjjin. KEOLIKN. Is the Qroat ot All Masteal Initrnments Ileeanse It psrf orsH any mtula from a waltz or a ballad to an overture or a tyrapbony more beautifully and more nearly rorfeet than any other sIqrIo Instrument. The Aeolian Is not mechanical, bnt tbe manipulation of It Is so simple that a person oaaletrn to play It with from one to three weeks' practice Your rlslt to see this In strtuBSBt will be estesmed a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, tar. pa. ave., Eole Agent for Sfelnway and Other First- Class i'lanos sad Orirans. KDUOATIONAI.. TATIONAL MEPICAL COLLEOE-MEOI- p&l aod IMatal DeD&itmeLtB of the Columbian UnlTerstty-Tha slity-nlnth an nual course of medical lectures and fourth dental course will begin on Wednesday, October 1st, at 8 p. m. In tbe College Ualld 1d. 1S5 II it n w. Introductory medical lec tureby Professor William Lee. M. D. Dental Introductory by Prof easor Mark M. Plnley, I). I) a. The autumn examinations will be held oa Thursday. October 2d. at 7 30 p. m. Por elreular of both departments apply to Dr. A- P. A. Kins. Dean, TJ& Th'rteentfi st n w. Offlee hours otolO a. w. and. 4 to s p.m. Telephone bea. tep.b 1m. Q IHE COKCOBAN Sf IKNTIPlCSCUOOLOr tbe Columbian University TbU school will opw at 8 o'Uock p. m., OCTOUEK I, Ttlth the following course of instruction, viz: Ml departments of English, Mathe matics, Civil Engine ring, Chemistry. Assay ing. Phyetea. Mineralogy, Presen. Herman, Mecbanleal as4 other hraBobes of drawing, with lecture coarse on Astronomy, Anthro pology. Zoolugy, Botany, etc. All classes meet In the evening, and are open to both sexes. Por further lafurialUju apply to tho Dean. I'ruf jr B. T. FlUSTOE. LL. D. MJU.1SB. S" T. OSCHl.IA'S ACADEMY POIt YOl'NfJ IhAUIBS &KU UlUJ-l-Kl. SOtB MOMDAY, BEPT 8. Vul and Painlias Reeeiye Special Ml.liu Atteattoa. AOABEMY OP THE HOLY CBOSS, Utt Mass. Ave., Atsmts every foeUKy for acquiring a thcr ojjgh edoeatkw la Utaratnie, nuialo and art. The Instruments taught are piano, brp,vlo Us, guitar, mnadnrbi aad banjo. Languages, gen a ml vocal, drawing aad fancy work free PXsiCSVIAN HJJfiIrW6 COLLEGE uur. Tin anu a m. w . Hfiiliriiiiitf fir k-un-jol. vU: tt PractkttJ Business ana Account or rwtatwuory rvnesseai aniua of at-nrthnsri and Typsiwrttlag. JryS33tti and ArchUeaur..I isawnut. Sctkoai of OtU SmvitM Tialnta. Saj and silast -tendoa. IUsuUatod Cata UKm B C- IWmCWL LL.K, Prlnelpal. MSB. AKA A. -asa. Vis Principal. tm-MW attyttissBW IssaW SOSliah tfJsafcl. laas-BntstaaavsantaiaL QOsWIWIffll 1 1 311)1 Tinttnirr rnMras.ji TUtiQr1 a avultiou, sioo fr f m.jS - lsaa?--jaMa jUpau aaassa snajaHlBW p a aBBBaaananannnnnw mmm g.W. aasVYBsrTBB, CsWtotteiUil. ajssasa St. Mary's Comity, H J ... ,i.i.i J-J J-i n ' ' ' - ' nawiivsY wmu, ran boys. sW vm., m 4tB st 1W JllpBi fanPaT isntHMM at ajaosw ajttnass ooroflJiH!, Wt. VWmmm, 4- X (ssarsard). Prln nmnL Ashissiaa nsstM &oninaher Box ldH. Pax aSMBBap asanaanBSnrs SVSaaBSJp pinnBSPBfc -pw " L.L ftAaaWUsst SiSnVSanV IW-iflWaB--t AJiUVIfti 4MMs K.K- LsnnlinaVnW fchnt aBnHMsedfikaat Qef