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THE DAILY CRITIC, THritHDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10,1890.
The Daily Critic A1TO CAPITAL. I . 97,4 ntf Tm9tm DfiOt Pttptt Pith- m ... i. i.i niitm , OfOTCB: VMHI Of MlMUHIP flOU -rUb-sar Msi-aast Hbti. 4 4Mk JJT flPPP VgMraJt 1 JWr. w n 1 tHrtwi h tte tftM wit! ?HB CrtlTiO. Ml 99VMMt Af AirniWtTm. D. C, Orttm 19. 1W. THDTH rjmvKHTKD IS A UK. Taayretml 'rwtfc iWHwmteljr, km) Ohj coBtrmulnle thfmwrtrw cm ll It incceM la the a hotesale sml retail business of lying both hy illrvcilnn anil Indirection, litre follows. In enforce mtat of this amiable remark, a sfwd iren of ttnth perversion amounting to a rcbopTtln lie. In the Itepttbltcnn Con prronlCHimlttee'8 current campaign ttxt-took the London TYass le renre Knletl as savins that the CoWen CI it') cuaaot rct vrblle thf United Ptatas are umMbdtteit. In I ruth the Tim tit J say I his, bnt it salt! more. It sakl that the United Stales rnttsl be tnMneil, not by armies or by the use of corruptl m fnoUi, but In another ami a better way by "artnments ami statistics, with 1xk.Ii s ami pmi.tt! anil speeches, ualil reason baa at length done Its work ml hat dislodged protection from the pre at (trongholtl in which it has en trenched Itself." THK CINCINNATI CASK. While the outcome of Governor Cami'mhll's bold and courageous move meat In catling the Ohio Legislature ti getber to take action with reference to the Hoard of I'ubllc Improvement of Cincinnati doea not promise to be nil that thorn who want good governmeni it lent deslrr, yel It pnmdtea to be sufll cteit to correct ihe worst nf the evil. Ihe Democratic imniWr. of the two Hornet of the UgUlitliire have practl cally decided on pasting a bill concerning the board la question, which will give tL Givumor aulhotlty to remove the nu tuber of the board at will ami mak ing him the ol Judge of tl u rats delngfof the membtra. The bill fur ther provide th at the s ucctssors of the 1 rt-saat board member are to he chown at the next April eltctlon. In the Meantime It U proposed that a tmii- nartUaa committee be appointed to In vcitlgate the cuarges against the pre i nt board. Tbl bill duet not come tip to the fidl measure of the Governor'! wlt.be, but will bo accepted by him If he tln-Ia It Impossible to obtain a more weMn nieaiure. So soon m thla bill shall Iw come a law Governor Camihki.l wilt rtranve all the members of the praseat board and appoint new one. The Republican want the election of the members of the new board to be held Ibis fall In the hope that during the pre vslliDg excitement tliay can obtain soma party advantage. This will not be eon culed to then. The appotalmest of r.tw member of the present board now and the ekction of their auccaaaora nest April will probably answer the parpae without giving our friend, the enemy, a partisan uaderbokl. In the meantime, Governor CUmi-bcm, deserves the thanks of every honest man In Ohio. Vi'b hayx mbcsivbd from Messrs. Bawouy & Co.'s Newspaper Ail vert I sapt Agency, S7 Park Plaee, New "iwk. their "New Caulogue of A&Mrieas IVtodlcaU," a large aad bactitetae voJubm of 884 pages, la stood Uatfing. It eoatalB a list of all aw paaeff , Btagaaiaaa aad oUtar periodteaU la the UaKtU $tauw aad Canada, which t'Ht advwtfaeaacaU, aad U eorreeid iHtoAairttst IS of this year. Iu ar ta( atat i tat aaoat coNveatoat for a4vHbiea a v-Ul space betas Uft oaf aaita each paper fur paitkulus to be tial WMwaratag advetUaUg aoeo tajier eostttM.-ta. Tka "Cataiogua" ia ait babstfcally awaag tl by Malta, eittas ortamM. Ilia feiBt-K fUuiir aecoad-tej- Is fttuwMef ot tama, with data of yilalillahBBfrBit. &mi or eatlmaietl elf (uJatapa, etc. It la a very eradi taMbi of work ia all iwaact. aavd will m of valua to advattaMM, aiatia ataHk aavl thoaa hataiaaiafl tai tiaa gaawtk a4 progiaat of irwHaatr Tim InniajiArouaiia t cot iasoatit tt af that Lfinasvtila l'wwJoriU aaafVi Halt tka rtomUiifi of IaaU- WfJBpajagr "as taaaaBBta1 brbp ptaaraaaaaaBwaaBBBia? itt a pa)V aatgia tay, wttkont aavcai awofaalty. h . cttcat tka Lcajaxafcue. aad If Uu tHMjLto ihf too pftAdwtf u tbaW Vftaa ItW jmu ago, then to iJaager uf IM ag)B)fgftBanaMaa?M of tat obiact. TJaj thai tkay are aot uaiUid ia mot t hi kaadad. Tkty are. every wbara Btajgtg tatatkar u caytura rtooraaat Hmmmi Coaweaiawa. aad ail thatr IfifeaMca a furgotwa. at laaat uuxtU Ihty cttkif m kaaie by. ot beat, tka BtnanaXi wkataaet tkaaa kaa baaa kaekaaca), tka Ktpubliraa hare la- CaaBBBBBBal (aaaXfant aaaVUCk WatttJAtfa mmmtmA "HaHBBMfa f-w tw awnp"f fjweaaia"1' tagittp) ?wiHffiiFyilr votes Tffw Biftf to be MH. Aftt ti cU to iiAfd wurk otttk IW waaaaa- ip'bbbi'-wi"' Ywe VaUawv. to of ScaaUo HatAaaaT. kaa aaaaa a aacceaa la aaarr ym m Urn m Mtm ""fcsBaF H HP'paaW'apla' W " ''BPtaJ ajawat h Kav York oHy. "Bf jgaja iaValy' tk9mm aaya, "ka,l kWMi eld of Mtnr York kaawtU tajis'i- wbkb aouldg Rtlf aB n: aUiilka aid exll upjli kJaB 10 01 iiiuiitb ' Uav you trital W awjr jr Nfes to MaW Yoak, Baa torr" aakad tka laUarviw 'Yea." itplltU tka eeaatur I a&ui tu Mr. rTn f fTrrof f 1,000,000 fr tie 1rraM. - "And tflknt did Mr. l?!Wrt MyT" roWTftWwl tire Intalf ttm "t tfov1, tlrp -ator arri d -fhat rW httntlied and ib1 bf would not wll tn htrftM for ISft.ffifVion.-- t tns r ftxms of Attirty O ntl Tatsma of Vm Y tk votera ho c't rvt4 tiwt wrfre, or vrlm may he Mtrd tftntk, are trot tetint tmm tin htmi (if "trtcl rtraaMllty" coatemptared la tn Slate eltrtlon la ad eauwof, tfcftetma, fake anotfyr-f twrsmi ltli tacHl ifito the ptdHnft-hnnth fit rift Atfr Mekett. Tlits ft nafatr to tk if ttttat, t'i ?vm the man h will flit nftoa itfvtron ktky iM tlatil. JTr OtvktiojK, an orT afnffrr. h) J t" at tfw ftt of drit tv 111 ftNt h " Mltkt tnan, corrwud wlt'i ittf ttanrlW Wr k C' n trn tf p h i rea tnfotnet! nr 1 1 n rmdltion, nt ketf'-i1 to vi.it him it toahl him, tecauw !ia optd o th mnnf taaa's rtag nti ttw state. Ooannx raalor may be a gwvt Matkodl't , but ka's a terf pnof Christian aad a mighty tneaa man. f oaoaifwwAH Bat.nRN and ex-Pl-st AsaaMaat PuatmasteT Oeneral CkAMKtot Imva bvea In 27ew Totk trying to fry fat out of protected manufacturers Thatr mletfun In cald to have been a melaicholy failure Howtver, Derrm ( rat hruld not be lulltd Into fato) e entity by the liW that thtir opponent have w mrney to une to corrupt voter. The Itepubllran loaders are like .Iokt ltAfiSTr K "Tough ami devilish sly." Mr. Ik-ME, the Independent Demo cratic ItenuMtcan candtdVe for Con grcss in the Alexandria (Va.) distriot, will not divide time with General Lax. the regular Democratic nominee, Mr. Ht'MR is afraid to fnce the people with bis oppoqent. Why If hit ctuse Is Jujt, he should not beila(e to meet Lhr In joint dltcustton. EAHt. ?rMcKM, former Ird Lieu tenant of Ireland, says that the events now taking place In tint country are a disgrace nad a source of danger to the empire He thinks Mr. Gi.aiwtokr's pans, if acted upon, would settle the Iilh question. Why not try them ? Ktkmxity c.vrciiKs all the oldest Matins and last survivors. The latest Is the last survivor of the Black Hawk wir. He survived all the twills of ih oil and Held, but he went to Haiti n on in live. The lentil was inevitable. Ho died. Tim Uxtfix T.RAHt'B C-'i.i us of ti" country seem o be having n end of trouble, Tlmt of New York hw just been coratielled hi Mupfod its Shki'AHD, That of Whlnton ws rahlel by tho police last night. Next I Thk Lov.M, I.KntoK 's In session in St. Loul". This U the first time It im ever met outside of I'bllAtlelphla, 'i id this I Its twenty sixth annual seslm. This shows bow fond the olit warriors are of peace and quiet. Tiik MoNTrKMKM. (Vt.,) Journal lays "tlie Admlnistratloa is popular enough with the rank and Ale who have no axes to rind, and It grows more ropulart very day." Secretary 1'hoctok is from YerriH nt. Tuk i.yKii.ii(i of the monument to the Jeaanette hroa bad to be post I oaud beeausa of tlie altsenoe of Secre tary of the Navy Tkacyob tbel'resl dtntlai junketing trip. Thk MKsiDKXTfl at ami about the head of Sixteenth street want the stand pipe to come dowa. They thlak It has stood so long It haa got tired ami should lie allowed to lie down. Hohart Bhooks, who U going through Connecticut on horseback for the New Haves lUgisUr to gather Bolltlcal news, should travel by "V S. Mall." SoiATt kQuay bad au Interview with Senator Camkhox. Besstor Quat was in hiah good hifmor all the day. And yet SI ait probably received a big ebeok from Dok. Thumb wkmk tux wsiiDi-6ila Wdib taguui yesterday. Jut thlak of It. Six pairs of hearts that beat as oae, six pales of souls with but a single thought. Cuoxtt-uAX Muuo wants au of hie eoaatitueats speoiatad Iaaaaesar of Slit els. Mr. Mvni8 aaM sbottU be UUU.U. Kukakb u wkooysag up tblas for Buiss tor Praildsnt tw'ta. lis thinks ha would asake a good tail to tka Hlainb Vila. Tmb liBiVMUCAa have eartitai Ckat taaaoga. Aa goes Ckattaaooga so goa Tiianasai'S ttk a cfjopar. in as mil Tub kbt tihk Irish laassaea aksaby Uulogki of tka asooa Ikey shosjkl aas ploy a steal yacht. Toat MjtaU) is too big to be surreal futry casacadasai, tnlaas a tiger eat la nasi TlHM trnwn W ut Tw Juhin 4Hs U4 llflamj ftttlmiidtr. toka vT. Waaaaaakat's aaHy aasoift" ilala oVfeadat of tka tin atala Urtat ax tosiioa claiasad thai tka prlae of liawaw wouU ha but shakily, if at all, iacianinrl aa4 mo oa oubl feel tt. Joha Wsai asaker ia bJU. stotakaeaar captsi-tty tatts his eusk'iueri, truthfully If ttagraaaaaat stally. that "liawaie is advaatesaf hi coat aad very aooa the tuaaufactuseta wilt have tair way aad you aad ass will have to pay very sum aaote." Joha Waaaaaakar aa abBaakaaaar kaoisa that tka 'najffcf to a tw." although Jaha Wf aBssssaasBaasssaasaaaT taaVt GhaaaVlaYaaHaBa1saT Wsr ssaasal aaW Uffcaa ceet ufsa-w fud ajaj saawhar of the aVpuotkaa isdastatstraHoa, p WaasTd it is aa. U Ifscl M)MM'f CMl- Tka haad tka the esaaas U tka kaad that ruhw tha avtisV" 'IfoMaaae ' Haniaoa tioaaa't ruJa tka world." HJaTOBY RlfaUtaj mm 1 anitafhai a?V asA auataVBg gteaaaWl ajMaa -a-w- wfg ibbf SBBaas-aaaBB VBajasaBBBf HBBBBjasa1 la a Kits nask. alar frtkB the baciyaadaariasaathalbaaar tsae aaaaart to aoat o taa at Mka a aoaaA V-ovajkt awsa i'am taa ajas loag atoea.aaat, laatrosUeaaaareatlael: aU U um, too, aaa has fakst, I atgsaa, ausi aaca ivjaas aaaairaJar ataaaw--- nl sllwe o"a taa euraar Waaat rojo s tricad "hu aut4 tu eocaoar. -fu,. AMUSEMEb TS. Osvet" rfrswjaatattist Kta- Managers McCall atrd Alnmtgi ttwe deettred to comply tth th many re qiajst reretved am! revive "diver" Saturday evening Tin great success atnkved by this rhsrmfnft opera last sMreo. was the most pronounced ever ktwli la tht rtty. The ls ot th ftvlval 111 douNlesirly be recefved tth pleasure by the thestfe-gnp r. rnrhiA Mn'H at trie utmtinl. lraiitt Wl'non rontlmres to drw hvifrrtMe audtet ces to the New ftstfonal Theatre, and lovers of eomte opera wstiliot obtain a MtrMt of hts tnterore tstlMi of "The Merry Monarch " tie ottt he been surressfnl in this city Fur bejoerl the most sauaniire exnecta ttoaa f Mr. Wilson and Mansw Ksprey. ..lashNvnirTtM" n einmt Safeeess. "laahavogne" at Harris' BIJou Theatre will delight audiences for oaly three nights longer. It Is a tlrt clas Irish melodrama, fall of startling sttrratmat, with a pint that pleases the theatre goer. It wnl be succeeded nett wek by that sterling and favorite drarra, "The I'aymaater.'' .M ny iiStrntii May Howanl has scoreil another great lui cess this season In the delightful duet w Ilk Agnes IS vans, which proves the most pleasing- feature of the biirleq'ie at Ktrrmn's. It was Ihe duet last season In which Mis Howa'd sans: that made the hit and played no small part In the success or the entertalhment. This sea son the burleiiue wnu'd seem bsrren without Miss Howard's handsome face sml flgnre and rich, musical voice. In deed, she sings better and seoms to have n more complete mnstcry over her wonderful voice, though posslblv it has grown richer. Mis Howard is a arcat attlsi, and tjol only sings with rare suc cess but acts wttli artistic ease. She i handsome ami graceful, and displays rare taste In her matchless costumes. If she Is nmblilous, her voice will serve her well. Nut llicntre for Lnulavllln. The theatrical firm of Hariii, Ilrllton t Dean, which has thoa'res In Washington, Ualtlmore, Cincinnati, ritUburg, Louisville sml St. Paul, yes terday closed n deal, which will give to Louisville n new sml magtdflcent theatre. The building is to bti ended on Fourth avtotie, opposite Ihe 1'yrotechnlc Insti tute, ami will be modeled after the I! roadway Theatre, New York. PERSONAL. The average salary of the "leader writers" of the London dally papers Is about CI. 800 a year. Mrs. M. Kdlik Ilowcott of New Or leans Is the ok tier of over 1VO.00O acres ot selected timber lands In Louisiana and Mississippi, and Is stilt buying. 'Ihe richest bunker In thewor'.dli ItA'on UleichriHiler of IWrlln, who Is the agent of the It thschllds In Ger many, hut Is Imllndti illy worth m ire limn any one of the Rothschild. Mrs. KlUrt Yamlerl'ilt Oinxl. widow of Georgt: Osgood. Is reHirteil critically III In l'arls. Mrs. Osgood Is the second daughter of Cornelius Yanderbllt, and Is about 70 years of ago. Chevalier Gustave Drolet of Paris Is In Montreal as representative of two large Parisian Institutions that wish to tender for the f90.000.000 consolidated debt of the province of Quebec. Mis. Langtry's rrcreant butler, Wra. Suriipler. Is in trouble. Ills wife asks for divorce and alimony, and he makes answi r that he only gets 80 a month for buttering and stuwardlng the Lily. Hobert C. Wlnthrop. Hamilton Flsti and William M. KvHtts, who were orig inally appointed trustees of the Pun body educational fund by Mr. Peabody, are still active member of the Hoard of Trustees. Walt Whitman has received a kindly letter from Sir lid win Arnold, In which the latter expresses a hope to meet the "good, gray poet" under his own roof tree at Camden during the summer of Itsttl. Senator Stanford, juit home from Kuropo, Is anxious to get back to Palo Alto, his greet California establlsh tneBt, for the breeding of thoroughbred horses. He found that bis reputation as a horse-breeder bad preceded him to Ilussia. General Daniel Ilutterrleld always gives bis wife la conversation the old fashioned, old country title of "lady." Mrs. Butterrkld is always mentioned by him and addressed by him as Lady Dutterfteld. She was Miss Julia James of New York, when he married her la laatl. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Xnttvmtir- A. Fiejel, nuiaoalpfcU; J. J. Xuitiv sad W. J" Brown, New Vorfc; Gaoraa Vtaiduau, Sarsaaak; Wax Hims, XewTork. x. JumetiWr. C B. Hryaa, MUwood. Vs.; A. 0. Xltot aad wiia. Lyutaburg, Y.I., Mr. sad Mm. Lackkw Otbo, Blackbaatk, EaghMsd; Mr. Saatea Oata aad Mrs. T. T. Tier, stabitck, X. C; F. it. Uoa aad wtfn. Pott rViaa, ik.; W. . aaavta, Cassai-a; J i. TacLar, Haasfttosu Vs.; K. B-ary aatt nil. JuMty ctty; TIM. Rosa, Bustato; X. U. n iggia, Bosliia. KObirtr-Jaasas AtweU, tttasainr; I). J. Kealy aad C. L. aaarwtwO, Isw Tafk; J aaaai aargaaut, PtUcsaug; Gaon-e at aoM, liastfosd. Mt$i. C. rWWr, FaUabart:; K. S. k'aw. liuilsaapoUs: C. W, Msasarfar, AUaaca,Ohk: G. 1 Wclkaaa, fBES uasa, W. W. ff-f"lft. laanaaawk N'tttfar's-Q. h. aastlats. U.S. Kvy;L. JL Frit,wk; JaasastL aasMs. Kaar Turk. Uurjuf'-K4aaaA Irioa, Kaw York; Sokart ilCstty, BataaaaTVts-; a X akafdsva, Kew Task; M- B- Lswts and wtfs, BtiaOagkaat, Ala. --te Fatekaas tad wife, au U Osaa-ti- a. kagaaaJ j U.W. baaa, awaBe3Pt"awa p siaK H?taasjBBalaa stttaav rtsoa Xoriaa, ., Boslaa; Httarf i. iUxua, tnnsVfta. aa-; Hiahna ataxia. Ptttslilt. Haas. Jwrtinm-Utm- taa J- aaara aad HUs atari MassMUlaata, stoat ; V. C. Clark, New Turk; I Ikiok aad Man H. Fsttar- sMbs. DeULatosaV OlUfiU awF vsaar-fiap t-fpf-fffifff' JaM WaMa hart aad Uaary Weaaok sad via, Kaw York. KfcP Baasoa, Vir- Fasay, K. aUCaaa, K. N. Oaak, tr., W. a. Kuiw, J. P. Toastiaa. 4 l. aasiswk:k, T. J.lWfcarsuB, at i. Ksliar aad 6. P. Curda, Atlaatli. City, Uaorga fthwuluu, UuuUoh,wC W. Wdaar,Prdara.k wr, at.. J.W.Saaacar, WsJtmataA. V., Sassy B- Wabb, JiiMm , Kuath Caso Uaa, U. J . Tlaaaty . caattetta, K. C. wjreV'-ttaary K- i'iu, Chaco, L. t. Jsfca-wtacaarli at aiass. BaW awas, 4wTasaaa. A4ktmmiW C; A. VaavsaaWWaWtK W W- IMflMHb p asWaaltP aaaBaaa wVar'iW' Mum Sit. w '-- aasaUMasat ha eargaif fntai taga) ft Wwoaaa ssaaaWMMsW "trail 'ell. that's aU caxht. Thfa is a barsaia coualer aiimiaailrilina. yuu K GOMAS ON THE CONSTITUTIO v A CetTtimaem wnw ianeftiiy tvairs IWr ad Amtstsri, Eilitor VrMr: In the Home of rtLy reseBtatlves oa tho Whh of .Jnly. nltlmi Hob. Tnornat M Asyne votttnteeret hf opinion that "Con frets t ai' lutely wltboTit poster to rlerettstf 1 1 thorny to any muntrlpat ttovernnx nt " irelslare for tnft Dtatrtct." And so psrewly to strengthen thai position, Mr. Mcromas eatee forward srlth hts n-nal evasive dlsstmulatloa, drclsrlrnr that "thf people come here Mtk notice In tie Constitution as to the poSrer and duty of Concress wltk (t excluslre roptrol in this District." I that crisis beset ms to hsve fMWted, manfully, tn suprort his pretenifovw eotaane of prrdielons fsmillsrlty with the" Juris pMidenre of all Christ ewli tin. 1 hereupon I wrote to Sir. MoConwfc qnoilna tne fort going opinion of Mf. flayne, and add Inn On account ot ttio vital laMwriartfe of that nnestion t our pro0e stifl of the rep reseatstive rr1ti..n to nnr Dtatrtct atlatrs Mrh jtm setm to orrnpy, I hsva the honor, respectfnltj, to request t be In formH -t aether or not yon cown tn tti t opinion. Please have the kindness to - Its me st jsnw earTtest eonventenee. After taking a week to study out that plaJn aad simple question he re plied as follows: Ekak Sin: I do not now recall Mr. fl.jne's speech, ami have net thee to re txsmine It now, as t ongress Is about to attjtmrn and I am preseeO with vrmk. (it nrarw, i niram say wnetner t aree wtta hts views nnlrss I hat! resit them ft rrNnm. However, I am confident that the eatstiat a-oven meet In this IHstlt t J legal) It that be the pun ort of Vour Inquiry. Vtry truly, yours, I. E. McOnwt. The day follow-In the receipt of said letter I wrote him again as follows: Sir' My letter to which yours purports lobe In rsplvwas mlilre'spil nmt ilallrorMl to you on the 39ml ultimo, rereentlna; thst Str. Baync elalmeil that OoiHtress Is ar solntely without tiowor to deletnte sHtmw ny to ny nmnieipai late for this District, and renuestlar to be Informed whether or not you concur In that opinion. In reply you stotei "Of coure I caiinot say tvhtther 1 agree with his views milwi I had rend them In t tenm. However, I am confident that tlm existing gnternment In ttila Hietrftlsle-rat If tlrat be tlio purport of your Inquiry." Hut that was not tlm purport of my Inftufry. I ItHiulred BotUlne about the existing guv crtitntnt, and nothing about -Mr. lfayne's vlens generally. I quoted an nm'm'on of his as expresrvd and asked you wlietltsr or not you coin urred Iu that optntoa. With out wishing to apprsr too Importunate I now scatn lespcrtfully request to be In foimed on thnl volnt Nearly two weeks have elapsed this tluiu since my Inquiry was repeated! to htm. verbatim; but no solution of the problem has yet transplreel. Oreot questions re-iulru deliberate answers, ntnl he Is not going to commit himself on the great "Exclusive control notloe" In the Constitution until ho can road it "In ttehn" like a man. and scrutinise the Haunting notification poster thereon, which he saw but dimly and wi h it p ir chased vision when tie) made hit hasty reclamation thereof, as the- first great discoverer. So 1 wait for n rep y. He aped fully, S. (!. Cumikk. Washington, I). C, October HI. ABSENT-MINDED ANCIENTS. I rlou htnrlm Unit Hart. 1'nnlr .Mi.ili.rn I'roiiitjrtipN, f,m tkt Saturday Rtritir. They tell of him who a dims red at a feast In his own house with alighted torch In his hand, but unelrt its to his chiton, and unseemly. When, then, his guests oltscrved to him that all was not as It should be, he remarked: "This Is what ccmosof dieaslng without a 'torch.' " And as to him who, walk irgwltbn friend on n cold day, ami meeting a Isely of his acquaintance, took clT bis friend's hat. shall ne say that this was absence of mind (for he took c IT hat. Indeed, as Is customary, but sot his own), or (ball we define thi as pretence of mind, for the day was eoldT For men argue ou both sldos, and there Is no agreement. Hut con cerning this we have said enough, per haps, lo our treatise of fallacies. Agaiu, they tell of the man with the clepsydra, luiw, walking by the Ilissus, be picked up a curious stone, and, at the same time, looked at the clepsydra to determine the hour of th. day. Then, having admired the stone, he placed it in the fold of his chiton, but the clepsydra he chucked Into the Ilissus, iiot meaning to do this, but con trariwise. Ills mind, then, wasprosent as to his purpose of keeping one thing and rejecting the other, but was absent as to which be meant to discard and which it was desirable to retain. In the same manner, there Is the story of the priest at a certain monastery, who, in his discourse said: "If I have lit a spark in any mind, O, Apollo! do thou water it' For a spark Is not nourished by water, but a seed is so nourished; bis prayer, tbea, was aa example of absence of mlod as to the lueens, though his intention was pious as concerns the end. Of Aleibladas, too, they tell that, after a banquet, be asked a certain citizen to show him whkh was the house of Aklbbulas. "Hut thou art A lei blades thyself." said Ibe Bian, whereto be replied. "That I Infcw; but I do not koow which is AlUbiAuVahouse." For "wine," tby sty. "is aaotlM-r bub," yet la the ease ol AlctUades It was bU the Btaa, but the bouse, that was otherwise, "ib wins'," as Ike proverb mas. " biting aboia tka wheat.'' BICYCLE RIEHNe. OimiU if lBilulca In VVHb Mwdentr t(a. Ia tka (MrsasUaMsabarof hkaaaHarty iotwaai. taa Avkpmd, Dr. B. V. lefcav atdaaat. htaaeatf aa aalhttataatte eycsaaL aiatcala aa artiek. oa "Cyeliajr aasl Physinua." He recoauaaads haf eycttac be delayed by youag folks uajoa tha body ia apfMtattfaing to m autorary. lie adasits that cycttag leads to bstaaaa a cartaia aaioimt of elaraageasaat of the ooaforasatioa of the framework of th hetiy. Every klad of ridiaa: waash leads to throw the body forward hi a bat or curved poaitioa, ia a Una notary sloop, will ia Uasa produce a aaati btaal or atooi Tka iarga aiuavias ia the fosa part ot tha thigh are apt. ahw, to racaiva undue dasatoBsncal- Oa tka oshar haad. ha saver kaaw craasp or aaaaai aa a ditact lasait of workiag tha nsa cfciae; atr spraia. iialasi ia case of oca rssjftira or faJia. Competitive eydiag ha lastly cm-divas- Taa panaar atethod of aasaaj ia to walk aacaaas aad always to waf iii aacaAMa, waaa taa tnuoa ot body iaeucat to eaasciaa ia SHatsJned Hi Tt hisiiniri osva expariaace i that for every sjh utiias of ritataace traversed ia eoamK Uy with haakh it ia wise to do oa Mat oa toot, ta a rteia ox arty aataat IB I stay aut at waai n "y w oa lime Ha altars a waraia to haaat thair caoital stuck of coasfaisaiva radag, that there gosag oaca tor more capital, aa uf , ao, aos y tat lo fcosa that ftrloasl Huist aad baM tk caa to teat, for tka patna at e-aa be eatactad It to katro oa. taatk a i"-w of iBa cwtaaaal ay f " w issti"s"ar i" ana rsataflaaaayaBaas sU-ie of ssattBj J djenlt)ud (otaaar. ia tsa Vssad a salaa a4 La v auos. Md hf a srianiHsc pructas. ffasinr aw aad d.htmi.tis tka aw aad dicta uf iaysi- ivod SJLMi CtUMcd uUt lx UaUlu'a oIok) are obeyed sjmI carted out i Mi rbod. tbia U the otnut -! iu huiidcrful StXS LJ FOR A GOOD SHOE VISIT Wilson & Carr's For an Easy Shoe GOTO WILSON & CARR'S. We earry the hest blaetif tstani tantner snoes for basties ana eNav ttsnwn st js pair st Wilson & Carp's ftishtonnljlfs Shoo 3Ieii Ko. WJ9 V STHIllfr X, W', Washlfwten, D. 0. D.VLTIMOKR STDRm 4 mill OTU1NT ItALTlMOItn NT It fill T. OFFIGK OF W. A. PIERCE & CO., 8VCOXSSOn3 TO B. O. DAVtS, 719 MAItRBT SFACE. CnrBr ef Eighths ret. V?. A, P. tf.A.r. w.A. r. We advertised thts trrctUt wok. We Itsd Jest reetvt It then. It was new tons, but w kaew womiti sbeat Currcta to knew what we were. t'klB about. Votl ytw then tbst this Cortet woulil eraats assws -ttor. It lias. It ImsfBly Ikbh In tlilirltjroiB wrek, bbiI yet tt has afttle its mark. Ttraf bav soht far better than we antleliwte.1, iwt tbnthr can't help selllBe. You eanaot buy one a cood for a cent lew than St. We wilt RtMrantee that. As we lied this Corset raado for our leader we paM particular attention to the Quality, Fit ami Finish. The agent for one o! tho most noted Froaoh Corset was In our store tills week. Wo -bowed blm this Corset, lie, without hesitatkia, prosoaaaed Ittbo best Corset ho had ever seen for I, ami yet, while we are Introducing It, we will ell It for 8o. Just think ot that! An ele gant, well mule Corset for 8o. a pair. Wheo you come In ask to see the W. A. Y. Corset. THE W. A. riEIlCE V'JtUMELbA. Soa't you thlak It raoro profitable whea youbuyanUGsbrallatotryoae that will last you soiio ttBH t We do, aad we bare bad aa Umbrella made with our own brand on It that yon eu rely on for good wear It Is made of the bast Windsor bilk on a paragon frame aad has natural wood handle. Wa will guar antee ibe Umbrella not toeutor obasge color la a year's wear. If It doi we will repiaee It or refurm the money, Jsntasyou wUfa. The W.A- Fiarea Umbrella will oost yoa . eaefa, aadwhea you have used ooa you will not hesitate to say that tt I the lowest vales at that priea you have ever sees. You are losing time If you have not trd the lbratel Oak Tooth Fowdsr. It Is ub doubtedly the purest, the most pleasant to the taste ami, while It Is as sowoth as Hear, It ekaasas and wbMaa the teeth bettor tbsa aay otbar tooth powder oa the market. Fllee, Ie . ate. aad Se a Jar. While we are la the druggist sundries do psrtMBt we nay as wall waation our Ablu Moaia, or Stunted Anasoaia. This, also, I ssaauiactorad by Um "Oak" Cbaaaiaal Com pany, Tbsre Is BotUsr better for Um oast pteilos than to drop a saull qtuatMy ef this la tha water n kaa you batba your ha. It I rood for ti an dart aad U ry pissnat to takaw. MesUtatanttMtUafrSealsatsi. the Be Las b Patent OosaMat Heok SuU the Kye taansety. Bent b taa aasative yaa'va saan U. If yea say "it's aa aaad," w know yanss not saan H, fame Bran Hanks ajak Mka tt, iHHwsat Mka it. Yaa vast asat at at the W, A. PIERCE & CO U MJCCaasOatS W 6 IVtVai. M Mi Sit? n "sal "aatPIl IB SSJOi.XN-08 TBI iaamifkST Of TtU Mtb. rlluw j-lsa teller Miavx. aassser to tbe uaa-a uf llt.k bad on t oouaia, one Willi uao ol -n irin I ill "hiir saakhsU A Ubvati icsuu a Ul tw jovn tor any tator ,i nay lean u sae nmj en uu uc iruot.uuua uf tat taier a AiG. uttLLuiiiie ludji uud ..luoLrUi AStrKMKTS WASHINGTON BENNING'i tnyjStKCINH'IlESHAT.OOrOMK si. A3D CONTISTJIIfe USTlb OOTOBKH 1, IX- ctvstTBnvBriAOmsACiinAY. rtjiwiss $n,m. smtsriiiicnASK KtBnr 01 MRU PAT. THK MWT CbAW OF RACK-tlOHSBS WIbb TAKE TART. FlhSTItACiATJP.M. AdMteskm, attmasls, Rint-stanl ami poet laws, ft. IneHtdlng elnh-bense and ttrtiliKk, Jl.fO, AprlT to O. O. STAFbtS. Tnrasnrer, WHUrd's Hotel, for member's badges. Cbjtetlctiable chnraeters will lo exeluded. Trains leave B. .1 O. Depot lS.oe, 1209, 1 aad 1:S0. Itonml trip, ss cents. oets St w 8LEY u HDJOINING THB METHODIST UNIVERSITY, Corner Loughboro and Tunlaw Roads. The Sale ol this Most Delightfully Situated Property Opens SEPTEMBER 25 7SND CLOSES OCTOBER 25. 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 the city. The electric cars pass within a few hundred yards ol 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 salesj seven 7 per cent, will be placed in a sinking lund to be applied to making improvements. We can recommend this subdivision in every par ticular and feel confident that your investment will prove one oi profit in a very short time. John F. Waggaman. Fourteenth and G Streets. A TONIC. Horsford's Acid Phosphate. ji -g-a ovaJIaI pjfJ -aa arajMar aB tgUaj 1 &QUfafed tta haWltfasaitt satf Kad hBAB JSJ kAjv tBnud aWK sat vasaaar saa sattf aas taa Br M. K. Osaka, aatasa, M- Y., asfst it ba ead 0 asaa rata tar loess sad savisjlysac taMMans." Br. J. at- fff ".. Wast Brassfafca Vs. sVaB S4W9 Wkte I ttaW ssttl HUKWNMr OHBMaCAb Wt)Ka, ftssaamaje, i-1- s-a J uu J4 fBBjABMMUtf BBsBBBSa' ss BBisBpaHsisasaai BBBaB 4aaaBBaBBBBBjvsw CUs-BVastaaaC 8 fttJ UW WOfJ. aaaaaBaWatW lal Hsatasssl (tt aaW UsML alU 4a4fetfM -aVM atoaa. Xaaaraaatlaaaia- 7V:. P. SiLTZ Importing Tailor, m STstUBT SOinWlttT. LaWtsaVal WalsBat aaaMMsstialssailssV aWHaf OfisW jwrraXs CSws3t Of lJHMIiilaW -aSstf fpM fl-V fal t Is5 . ?j&TiPf - 5rft Sf rt -isf atMBk XVaa4aVslaUaV AJMl aaM ftsaftssalssajl aUsVll eaajMiUypga aasAslsaSssaat sMMal ftBaat JOCKEY CLUB, COURSE. HEIGHTS BDOOATItmAb. LANGUAGES. TtaEBEHirnSCilSILtf LANQUAQES Tatf HU alH-M lsf thsa aaaWt aaaaai aaawt VaW4assWl baaVsaTaatosV TBitMLiW- nwi ooiicoiax L'uumitio school o &2r2SlZ?TT. wsafctaa swlavsjsg aoass at vis: B asasrtsssari wt S1im fiTll Tmllii 1 III 1 hi. aakLiA. ! ni. Vfeatuh. SKkailoisa4(AaarsJseas of irish laetuxv coasts tm sjSruacasir., VoUmg, Zooioar. SuWtf. s- SM sasas- For !& anwasatLa anas So W7 Oxas. rNtasaar . T. naVtOJL aan,us. SPBtti'BBiAV BUMaUbW UM4JPB WMusliai. w . a. taw gjibi m wm vlx: ' WaitMsil ffilnissnir Viii StAaolof' Siiool uitlVU awvlaa -tettuiea Bajf aaa Bashs Sittrtis ittaafcraimi Csjl an gjjt raBati'ii isavfljl I fBs"fAfrp -"-ftiff .---- --- -r---.tasnss"vvvnslss ' as' IWIWWM L or rstaBsaasotT sxaoaeai aaan's- Sthueiafaaassaaaaaaa Tnaarsaaaa- jl wjmJ 4k aSuBtiBiBji Vztsiisal vasiwssaia. RCS3 TJ4ltgll.3L.i ij iriihaBanral riH aM aa iM'BSii ftiratHBTf BaajsBaaBBBaaasBBBt aaBaaissaaT rwm paajpRBBFar 4JBaaBf aJWIV aaww-ttssV asstrsas Umi BrwHaal ar yuoir b. 8- nmoim. AMI -iriMBTFa tr Sattowal thkatrk. N Ofca vraMr, trT. October 11 Battrrce SatnMay Only ItrrtetffiWB the Broad sratTriovrr N FRANCIS WILSON AND COSIFASY l tlrs Kvret oiwretts and ' rr it - TBI Ifi<T MONARCH. "rt a tr." etm fstts-J to nonn-v ths ifara, 1 tie com pan r atKi the pr. i HmSrrrc'rrat'B trrmrgns i tli n It' at saia." Tors Tribnn . Frrl-IT an rtesen'aljB Sew n OM.sa. I JSIMSTREf Bsatsr iron sale. a i.Atxns oitASti orAnni at ITBJMISOS AT HitVrlLt MATIVEE sl rTAT. ArmtMl Fnfasrsment ef theramrus McCAULL OPERA COMPANY. rrcssatlna tha Lstet romlc Onrasu. ccs TUB SEVEN SUABIAN 1, Vt the Ompo er of "The BravarStnJi and "BIW Hnssr SATURDAT RVSXIira. BT ErBCIAt HBiJlEST, CLOSER, Nfljtt wwk-The Vv Bntnantlc Dram i dOOMO'DTlMSS VMt HAnitlS' DIJOU THBATRB. W'ek CtomaseitelnK MONDAY, or r. W. J. Florentes Homantle Irish Comedy, INSHAVOGUE! OR, THE HOLD DOYSOF'DS. tOTTIK WINSETTRS n TIll'B UUStl Oint. Nextwcek-rATMAiriER. It I NEW WAsniNOTON I IHEATBE.nTnST. THIS WEEK-Uilles Matinee fiatnr.lay Hovard BigBurlesque Company THK I.NI.1: OF Iir.D.' Pacy, Reeherehe lteprotlnctlon, MATT .TJOltrJA.N'N ltvi.vu avoiiks or Aitr. The I a'l-st arnl l.lvellet ItnrtP'ritic, Tin: o-toi wTitv iaih. SfxtweeK-T KNlOttTOtVia. GLOBE TIIKATHK-WKEKOV Ot'TOIlltl IS. Matinees Monday, WeJneJay, fr day and Saturday. The SEWYOIIK OAIKTY SrECItLTl C X An Bntcrtalnnent ot Unusual Excel'cn c. riMIE MEItltraO-ltOUND. IStti and U strce's. Cnt Ihl' oat. Itl'iKKxl for one ride K '. rjitiK KEOLIKN. Irthe 0a'.est ot All Mnsleal In-tianctt Uoue It performs any rauslo irura a waits or n balliid to an overture or a symphony more beautifully ami more Eo.rly perfect tban aay other slrle InstrnmeHt. The Aeolian Is not mechanical, bnt th EsamrHttatirn of It Is so simple that a perron oanletrn tnplay It with from oi o to thro wreks' practice, "our vMt to e thi -strumest will be csteersed a favor st E. F. DROOP'S, l'A. AVX., role Aseat for SteZaway and Other First Ulftu tluuo and Orran. liDIIC ATION.tr.. ACADBMYOP THE IIOf.Y C'ltOSS. 1S13 Mum. Ave., Affords every facility for noaa'rlnc a th;r oniiti education In literature, mtulo and art. The Instruments taught are piano, harp, vio lin, cottar, mandolin and banjo. Language, geceral voeol, drawing and fancy work free. alg,ly TJUTOBIfS COLLEOI rilE?AIlATOItY SCHOOL. New Orusswlsk, H.J. Boardlss Sebool for Bays and. Young Mvu rreparea fer the bast ooHogw. icUn'ilo lebooJa or baslaes. e. n. coos, a. u., rb. d.. Head Master, M EADV1LLE THEOLOaiCAL SCHOOL, Msodvllle, ro. Edueates for the Christian Ministry, Room rent and tuition free, An entrance fee of S3) fer es, beat aad eare of room. AU expenses moderate. Terra begins SEPTEMBER SO. Address REV. A. A. I4VERM0RB. D, D., ITssHent. MeadvUle. Pa. VtTELLS COLLEGE EOR WOMEN, Aurara, Oayuga Lake, N. Y, Three full eurses ef study. Local '"i beoatWul aad beaUhfHl. A refined Ctrbt'ii basse, yew bolWlag ready nest September, gtmlfta Utes BEITEMSEK W, U30. gear ""-) K J.JU8BBK. TJ D . I"rla i , a!. M1 IS8 BAYARD'S iNbTmrru, Nor walk, Coan. A Hasan Sahtftf far QkU aad Young La J' s. yMmVeruf BoiiiraiagpmabltoiUdio twe-'y Bxaettast aavaatsgiM la Maslc, Art ar 1 f-o Oysaaasiaai. Piaant grrun '". latkiB. PuaUi boarded tfcrc-;"i taa stimiasr ssaattM. Baanl, washing a-1 tasttoa ia Use Bngthh bsaaebes, two r " setriertte jaar. Sssui tor tareabu' T UiUEV SBMIMAKY, IJU.Pa. A saaoal tar yaaag aad young 'a! -, sauattx. Linsaaatsr OoaaV. r- th yc--Asato,saaatnliii saaass aame; tla r, , -jtl"--; atail(iTnnaa at tbalodivlli-t IMSfB; astaaaaa s ramus af stady; very -".--. aat saaallaai ssaaas bsataa. jass per yeir S" MasMV fWTBBB. Ajuuutolk. Md. Bs,ai ' WUt Mtsritw onmmiMMix 18TU SETTEU BBK. BigM nnimmsiinii aad tour c - -i afisaair. BaBtWafi aslsi ay steam T-i Bar isiijiaur t-- " tbay Tb0U WU, LL D , lb P saiMaiai aaa sajstaaVi.'bia. f AaaaiaMasaflai- Biaasafcinsiiyhe- ' fal satsjlsaai IsattsjJwsasoi'riri -pot'paav wnfitas ar yuwmge n. saas. Mt taat tais war to Yaie, Ham i aaatfsaaaatsi aaassalesaaoi youngs. B iTROlT Prtin.it' ilWaJasaniaasvesJfcBOBoiiiii at ana. saaMOMrc hywh. - i Will U '- "i as taa sasaaa Bjss hcij ' MaaMsasaa IlIW""' ' - "7 staasj. tor msla atBraataaa's. Uf-J Baa Tuck. I kaow" taSiPbate IS 21