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jt5--- - Pt-T2 THE CJU1TI0. WASIIIXGTOX, I. 0., THURSDAY EVENIHG, MARCH 19, 18D1. --Tyft-W? .u I hi 1 iW .!, .t n i it i1 f" f; ft :'l it i K.' 'I P Sv.t TEE OBITIO. EVERY EVENINO ny tub WASHINGTON ORITIO COMPANY. OFT'CE: 043 D Stroot Northwost, WASHINGTON, D. 0. TEIIMS OK BUHSOItll'TlON. lly mall (postage firepald) ono year. . . $1 "3 " " " oiio month. ... M Carriers In llic city, ono montb ) Address THE ORITIO, 911 I) street, Washington, I). 0. Wamjimitok, I). C, Mvrcii 10, 1S01. Jlir. Hixmiuipt treated ti last night ton revival. In Mcppliii; back ncross the n:ciiiilry of Tlicoilorn, Cleopatra, nml llirlr ;cc(nctilar klmlrcii Into tho Held ot simple human emotion, the tllvllio Svitv n turned tntlia purest nml most otTcitlve. iliiiinin of her nrt. Thorn was no cunning mrcliatiisiii to furnish surprises, no pro- csslonal splcmlor or sensittional costiim Inj! to eiithrnll llicenses; It ni the orlg lnnl eiimtIon of life, Involving only the primeval passions tu which nil of marc more or less subject, nud dependent upon tin contrivances or ncccssorlei for cm I linsls. The story of Camtlle Is too familiar to cull for any Illustration ur comment now. We have rend It In luioki and seen It enncted both In French nml Knglisli by the greatest artists of our slny. Vc Jiuve hcnril It wcdJed to Vii.m'f most entratieliiK melodies anil mm pa red the brilliant ltrlivlM with the noisy lmdlnage of the supper table, the IlirlllliiK endences of tho J'rorencal, with Hie spoken appeal of Oeorge Jimiil. Tlierelsnot alight orslituloln the won. ilcrful picture which we havo not stuillcil frqni every Imaginable point of view, until the structure of the drama Is known to us ns Intimately ns are the love, the bale, the scltlslmes. and tho despair that inform and vitalize It. One risks but little, however, In saving Hint not even l'.mi or Oeiis ts, Alth all the aid that Hie great iiKKJlco could ilvi through his immortal music, ever touched the human licart as deeply and as powerfully as JlMuviiAiurr did last night. She may fas cinate as the llerco and tigerish Ptolemy or tho false love of Jchtisiax, but as tho broken-hearted Marguerite, without the Klnmour of any pageantry or spectacle whatsoever, she goes straight to the familiar emotions of our every-day lives and plays upon them at her will. It Is rate to say that tho vast audience which MttJiUihcd and spell-bound through last night's performance will Indorse our pro) osition that Hkiinii vmT is at her best 'lii the familiar' emotional Held in that lield which wo know so well through our vvn experiences, but which so few can adequately survey and occupy. A Kr.vrri: of ("know, (1hm Is to ho i-lectxl In Catena, 111., his home at the i inbreak of the civil war. It was there la- left his family to enter upon that mar velous career which placed him at tho bind of the American Army, made him Chief Magistrate of the American people inn lilted the world with hii renown. The statement Is given nut that the statue will probably be unveiled on Decoration Day and that either J.vmc (j. l!r..uxi:or CiiAi'cr.Y M. Dr.rr.w will be the orator of t lie day. Neither of these eloquent gentle men would bo n particularly happy choice. Mr. JIuink was never on intlmato terms with General Grant, either w hen lie was at the head of the Army or at the head of the natjpn. And Mr. Drrr.w opposed General Guam In the Presidential campaign of JM2. -in It occurs to us that a man like General Hoiucr Porter, who was a member of General Grant's military family, or Sena tor EDMrNi, or ex-Senator Inball, both of .whom were In full accord and sympa thy' with President Grant's administra tion, would be, a happier choice. The Jiapjiic-t choice of all, now that Itoscoi: Ouikmm) Is dead, would be Colonel .MKT". Ingfrom, himself long n citi zen of Illinois and the commander of one if her volunteer regiments, and a match lets orator. Baltimore is Tiionovout.Y aroused as to the Importance of the oyster Industry to lier future welfare. Last night a great mass meeting was held. It was shown that the warning given twelve years ago ly Professor Brooks of Johns Hopkins University, that unless they were pro tected the oyster beds would give out, was verified. "Che yield has fallen off from 1G,COO,000 bushels in 1875 to 3,000,000 in 1MU. Nineteen firms of oyster packers liae abandoned Baltimore. There Is a tlcse connection between the oyster pack ing Industry and the canning Industry; the tint gives employment during the wiiitir, the latter during the rest of the jear. The conclusions of the meeting were as follows: . That the 1di1 umler water In tbe Chesa IwKkc and Ha tributaries, and In tlie other wafers ot the Male, capable of producing oys leu, should be made, (be subject ot private piopertjr precisely as the land lsatxne water; I Lai the 1 pt the State should bo so changed hi- lo authorize and protect private property tu oyster grounds i. Thauhc people at the State should be rdutatcirthrough the prcs, through pophlar meetings, through, pamphlets and all tho ma tlilnrrynnd literature or ordinary popular agi tation, to the tin portance or the oyster question. :i That the politicians or'the State and City' or 'Baltimore shyu'd he made to understand Hint thin great Interest can no longer he neg lei ted. and that men must ho chosen for tho next Legislature who haie got Independence uough, courage enough, and Intelligence Longh to carry their convictions to the statute looks of the State. Brave conclusions, these. It now only n mains to carry them out, Tiik Huortlerot New York is now dls i ufflng the lobster question. It seems to nmlcrMand that subject much better. Ix tiik AiiiNPiNi'i: of the twaddlo which id being uttered and printed on the subject if the Jew Orleans affair, it is cheering to i ntoiinter au occasional gleam of good, wholesome horse-sense. Following Is tho text of a circular which lias been printed nml privately distributed In New York! Italians ! As intensely appealing as tho lifiiientablo butchery of your countrymen by the cowardly murderers of Now Or bans must be to your feelings, as deep iind earnest as your sense of Justico must be which makes your soul cry aloud for t-wift, lawful retribution on the merciless atfassliis, do not permit yourselves tube aroused and Inllumed beyond the bound? if reason by tho Ineeiidiarv words of dimagiigues who'c main object maybe cllishnejs. Italians1 The beastly mob which hasilNgraced tho civilization of tho nintlieiith century, the mob which has outraged the law of tho laud, does nut rc-rit-ent tho American nation anv more than the a8nssins who slew tho Chief of Police represent Italy. Americans love fair play, llo assured that all thoso worthy of the name will not mi under tue tnsgraru whlcli has bcin brought upon them, but will wipe out (lie stain by visiting, In a lawful man ner, Just punishment upon all those who iro resionslhlo for the dastardly outrago. Keep calm and let outraged Justice take her course. Incendiary speeches cannot "undo w hat has been done, Keep cool mid attend quietly to your affairs. Now is tho time to show to tho world that vou nro Christians and therefore Inw-ubliling citizens, That's right. Tills Js a law-abiding country. Nobody canfto-yroiig or'get into trouble hero by observing the law. Scmator Ai.l ihon and ex.Kcprcscntatlvo nkon, chairmen of tho Appropriation Committees In tho two Utilises during tbe late Congress, have loaded tip and llred on along statement endeavoring to de fend and Justify tho enormous Increase III the appropriations. Mr. IIahhison will soon start on a r-oiithcrn tour, taking in the principal cities and points in that section and going thence, by wny of Texas nm! Arizona, (o the Pacific Const. Thlstswcll, Mr. Hut rifon should give tho people an opportu nity of seeing him and forming thiir own impressions as to his pcifonnlity. Ho Is n greatly misun derstood man. Ills reserved manner and cold exterior hello tho quick affections and sympathies that lie beneath a some what rcpellnnt surface. Ho is n gcntlc ninn In all his Instincts and associations, honctt and patriotic In every llbro of his Lclnp, nud these qualities should bo roc ogulrtd If tho country Is to arrive at any thing like a Just estimate of his character. Ho Is distinguished by profound convic tions on nil Important points and by uustcro metliods' In ecrj thing that In volves n principle. He Is, jicrhais, too harsh in his Judgment of those who differ with litm In serious matters and too Im patient of opposition and resistance. But the other and graver qualities nf which he has shown himself to bo imsscsscd will welnh nioro heavily In tho scale of an en lightened public sentiment than these minor considerations, and it will ha better for tho nation as well ns for himself that they should be perceived .and measured and appraised. All indications now point to Mr. Harrikon's rcuomiun tion by tho Kcpublican convention next year. Every good Democrat who knows what manner of man he really Is must feel that tho next best thing to electing his own candidate will he the asurancc of another term for a man w ho lias proved himself n pure, high-minded and patriotic cltiren. HrciiETARV 1'osTFii won't bo a candidate for the United States Senate against Sen ator Siifrman. Ho doesn't think It would bo right. Besides, he Is afraid ho could n't bent the Senator, anyway. Mr. Imaii, Democrat, received one vote for United Stales Senator In tho ballot taken at Sacramento yesterday. Mr. Irish usually Is a Democrat. m i i Gekkrw. 1'Al.Mn: declares that his hair is too grcv and his locks too thin to think of extending his olltical pilgrimage to the "White House. Hois content to rest at the other cud of the Avenue. Those ancii,xt idols of the South American aborigines, recently discovered In Colombia, will bo an Interesting fea ture of tho World's I'njr. Wo can pro vide the modern Idles ourselves. TiiATALLLinn iiriiiery fund for the purchase of ten votes and sixtcen-twen-tlctlis of it voto for tho California, Senator ship turns out to bo a bare-faced and bald headed fakCj Apropos ok tiii: threatening, postal cir 1 rccilwd this morning atTni:CitiTlcolllce, w o pause to remark that tliero aro four or llvo editors on this paper. No real or lusting results can bo achieved by killing ono of us. Tho moral of this is that It will bo better not to begin. Wo greatly prefer to live. We arc too young to die, anyhow. Our plans for the season aro all made. The summer clothes arostlllood, the russet shoes will do for May and, per adventure, June, and t hero is service yet In last year's silken belly-band. Let us compromise. Iowa has a Foi.tTitTAN who is a very busy Weaver indeed. Just now ho Is en caged in weaving a net about thoAUianco nomination for President. I'KItSOXAI.. Bernhardt'!! nine performances in Bos ton, aggregated f43,8b9..17, tho largest amount over drawn In that city by any actress or singer in the samo number of appearances. A letter lrom Fort Worth, Texas, an nounces tho marriage there of Mr. George Klllcott, member of a well-known Howard County, Md., family, and Miss Kmmu Skillman. Mr. James T. Dennis, son of Hon. James U. Dennis of Princess Ann, Md., was appointed Stnto's attorney of Somer set County by Judge Irving to fill the un expired term of N. W. Dixon, esq., who resigned. Mrs. Marv Enes Jones, wife of Juilire It. H. Jones, a prominent lawyer of Peters burg, Va., died Sunday evening of pneu monia after an illness of only a few days. Itcv. J. I.. Lancaster has tendered his resignation to the vestry of Trinity Church, Mobile, Ala., in order to accept a call to the chaplaincy of the, University of Vir ginia. Mrs. Araelie llivcs-Chanler js now at San Itenio where her health is sufficiently improved to allow her to disport in pictur esque get-tips. Her favorite costume Is a tan-colored gown, low shoes to match and brilliant cardinal hose. Mr. Henry Watterson of the Louisville Courier-Journal has accepted an invitation to deliver the oration beforo the Washing ton'and Jefferson Literary Societies of the University of Virginia at the annual Joint celebration on Juno 30. Tho Itcv. W. J.llollaiul. 1). D. Ph. D.. lias liecn unanimously elected Chancellor oi me .western university, tna lorentost educational Institution in Western' Penn sylvania. He succeeds Milton H. Gotr, Ylio.dled recently. Mrs. Hodgson Burnett is. now at Ban" Itemo, where she has-been for her health since tho death of her sou Lionel. As soon as she shall ha siilllelently Improved she will go to Paris and inaKU arranger ments for having the body, now In the American chapel m that city, conveyed to America. Professor Jordan of tho Athens (G.i.) Business College, has Invented n machine to add up any number of columns of fig ures at once. The instrument to In! used operates on tho principle of thecallgraph and typewriter, having keys numbered romoneio len. j ne accountant places tho machine on his books and reads the figures in horizontal (Instead of terpen dlcuiar) lilies, from right to left and left to right, alternately, as land Is plowed, rc tilts being registered as the re.ullng pro gresses on a graduated scale attached to the, Instrument. Dr. W. S. Manlove, n jiloneer, died at Ills fruit ranch near Sacramento, Cat.. March 17. Ho was a Virginian, ami gained prominence hereby planting tliu first big vineyard In Northern California. He was ono of the horticultural authori ties of tho State, having experimented with nil Imported varieties of vinos anil fruits. He had a hundred acres In small fruits. This month lie was eluded presi dent of his county branch of the Rimi'M' Alliance. Sixteen years ngo ho healed the Granger movement in California. The wlfaof C. Beaiiproof St. Ititymond, (Juebee, has presented her lleuo lord, who Is "Ojearsnlil, ullli twins. Ho refmoi to IIIIK. William A. Chapman, the veteran actor, who retired from the stage abatit twelve years ago and settled -on a farm near lladdonlleld, N. .1., died thero Wednesday at the advanced age of 81 yenrs. Another American singer is winning laurels in Germany. Mrs.Corlnne Moore Lawson of Cincinnati, who has also been henril In New York several tlinos, gave a concert In Berlin the other evening whlcli was highly spoken of In all tlio jujiers next day. Tho Ihierten-Voiirler, for In stance, said: "Tho vocalist, a young woman of charming personal appearance, lias a sweet toprauo voice, soft us velvet and remarkably well suited for tho ex pression of lender, deep sentiment, while tho more vigorous possionato accents aro lierhnps beyond her reach. Herlntonation Is pure, her pronunciation, considering that she is nn American, most praise worthy for its distinctness." A little lens censuro should bo given tho spider; flies are so willing. Atthlton Clot. TIIK I1EAH.T WAKT. t !itotKn 't rkr. Frtm Me .Was Vmtk ttt-KM. The members of lwsfen npn devolved the solntill duty if Senator Hearst's Ixuly to San l'tanrtoro hatfn rather lilUrlims tint. What with champaxne. old rr and Mm Innoceiil pleasures if ikrllie ntirtintt to mnkfl tlio daysignratite nixl tbe NtpjM riotous. Isn't It about time that tlie tank parties, ml'cnttcd funeral uetasfefl. trw put n stop to? tloo,ooo. ! Ml ,"ft lof t Thava. One hundred thousand dollars few tin llcntst funeral Junket Is too tiuielinf bad tiling, and tho nrwirs of tb country, Itepubliean, DemKcratle, Inde crntlc anil alt tlin rest, are iMrtlne ngalustsueli nn outrngcoiis iimoI xiUte money, Out of the protesting mar onie n new order of things under which Xeiu tors will bo burled like other ople. and not at tho expense of the Oovemment. i:i)iToiti.i. fr.nstrsAi.s, Tom Head Ihoroticlilv enjiiyeillheiinro ments of the Humlsli dancer prnvidel for his entertainment in New York last week. It Is said that ho beat it tntoowltli bistort to the air of "When 1 Was a Student at Cadiz." Tom Is getting In training t' "walk Spanish'' on tholloornf tlin next House oi Itcprcscntatlvcs. 1'hrHt Timet t'nloii, Henry OaboT Lodgo thinks ids I'orce bill will be the issue in IWJ, If Mr. Lodgo is right ho is tho hearer of glad tidings to the Democracy, AVw Jurt lloiW. Major McKlnley persists In giving ora torical utterances about things. Nothing would become the Illustrious major quite so well ns a masterly policy or silence for about six months. Ultlmyo Tribune, ltrp. Having dono their best during thru ses sion to persuade people that the South was ii land of lawlessness, Messrs. Kl muntls, Iugiilts, Morton nud Halo hlo there for repose as soon as tho session ends, and President Harrison promises a Southern trip for hlmscir. X. 1". lUoi-M, Vein. Ux-Scnator Ingalls i engaged In an un worthy and unpatriotic effort to pcrsuado tho veslorn farmers that tho people of the Hast aro constantly taking advantago of them In legMation. In tills way tlio spirit of sectional Jealously Is engendered in different portions of tlio country. rhlloiMpltla JhtonU What has General John M. Palmer dono lo draw upon himself tho hatred mid hos tility of the .Mugwumps? He bus achieved for himself n prestige and for his party n victory such ns lus not been won In Illinois since the time of Stephen A. Douglas. Western admirers of General Palmer nro already nominat ing him for President of tho United Stales. AVio York A'liii. General Palmer's father died at the ago of 81) and his grandfather at the ago of 0.!. As tlio General is now, at 74, in vigorom health, his Republican friends who nro worrying about his great ago may be In terested in knowing that if lie lives to at tain tho ngc that his father attained ho may bo re-elected to the Scnato not only ill 1MI7 but nlso In 1U03. Chicago UtraM, Some Northern Itepubliean organs pro fess to think opposition to Hill as pist niastcr at Vlcksmirg very strange. The truth is, however, that the opposition to the nppolntmcnt of n negro postmaster wouiti uo noom ns strong in any isortuern city Topeka, tho capital of 'bleeding Kansas," for example, where public senti ment will not allow vvhlto nud black chil dren to go to school together. So strong is this opposition that tho Administration lias never ventured to appoint it negro postmaster In any city or town of tlio North. Xew York Vimlng Poit. Sir John Macdonald threatens to bring over British regiments to check Canadian sentiment on the annexation question. Sir John could not adopt n better plan to footer dm annexation sentiment in Canada If he tried. A'eto I'oi U'orW. Colored men do not get postofllces In" New England, because New England doesn't send colored delegates to itepubli ean National Conventions. Courier-Jour nnl. Quito a number of Americans wero pre sented to the Queen on Friday by Minis ter Lincoln. Her Majesty, after inspect ing them closely, gavo them back again. AV York Continent, A Virginia colored orator Is under con tract to go to Kngland to lecture on tho "Itaco Problem In America" and "Tlio Negro In American Politics." These are tho subjects so long informally discussed in this country tinder tho well-known caption of "The African in tho Wood Pile." J'MlmWpMa Times. And, were It not that wo should dislike to assist at the defeat of so pleasant a per son, wo should bo glad if Mr. Wattorsou's nmiio came after that of Mr. Cleveland on tho Democratic ticket. Chicago Inter Otean. Senator-elect Palmer lias not, up to this time, received the congratulations of ex President Cleveland, which is creating comment In view of ,tho fact that Palmer bos always been a strong friend of Mr. Cleveland. General Palmer says nothing, but keep on sawing wood, Dltpatch to A York 11'orM. HOTEL AHItlVAM. iIitroioUtan Jolin Acker, Harrisonburg, Va.: A. Jluforii, Itlclunond, Va; L. C. Walker, Woodstock, Va.s J. II. Bubcr. Ita lelcli, N. V.; J. Kslmbach, Jr., nml wife, Nash ville, Tcnn.; T. I,. Towutend, Philadelphia. Xatlonal-T. II. Davit and wire, Mrs. I. P. llradley, Newman, Ua.i N L. Mullen, New York; W. II. .Montz, Lehlgliton, Pa.; T. M. Itolierteen, Elmlro, M. Y.: tl.B. Lewis, Michi gan: 1. W. dale and son, West Virginia; K.J, Jiurke, Hoi heater. N. V.; II. U, Crandnll, Prov 4tcuce, 1(1. . i SLJauulTS. A. Pratt. Loulssllle. K.: V. M. Johnston. riU-burch, Pa.; C, L.Joralcmon, Newark. N.Ji'J, V. Ilonlphon, M. Natt. New YuTk; II. Hhemood, ibynctibiirg, Va; Charles II. Proaser, Pottsvllle,. I'a.;.f. 8. llnsioll ami H Ite. Nashua. N.ll.; C. II. Tower, Huston, IfWud'a-lI. V. Cody. Soutlihrldge, Mass.; A. II. Conway, New York: M. Knonitiin. Han rprd, Ciinu.; J. K Hunt, lloslon; K, It, Troail. well, Haluin, Mns,; lion; Y, K, Heltahoover, Carlisle, Jltgtl.l, II. Davlcs, New York; M, Klerer, llaltfuiore: M. W.Ackeson, Pittsburg; Miss I,. .Misses Ilcld.lleltast, Ireland; Daniel Coolldge Johnstown; II, T. Dodsou and wile, Arnot, I'.i. MVWn'i-Ii. A. Ilelnhard and Mr. mid Mm. .1. Carroll llcckwlth, New York; Aug. Mclinuer, Philadelphia; A. V, Lawrence, Now York. WotniUy'i- K. A. Camp, CIKton. N. J.; Mrs, L. ., l'earsall, Waterliury, Conn ; .Mrs, '., Pair sail, Ilrookltn, N. Y.; ll.lt .leunlns. Itochcs ter; Albert Locnliig, .New York, .lllUttM--y). and Mrs. It, M.HIierldan, Chi cago; A. 11. Pcttlt anil wife, Thcolore V. At ihir, Jamaica. I., I ; K, VV. Kewell and vrlfo. 'Auckland, New Zealand; Jose 1", J.eim. Cltv ot .Mexlm; lliifus II. King, Albany, .N. Y.J Mar iiits ile Cholseml, frame. ' A'UI--Jnlluii HecUtel, V. L'.' CoiHn and wife, llr J. .N. lluilor. Now York; K. I), llalejr.darilliier, Maine; J. II. Drnpoan. A. 0, Morlnl, Montreal, Canada; John 0. Mclnues and wife, K. H, 'lliomas nud wife, WorcoHer, Mass, llolil Johmon Oeorgc Honthwlck, (leorsra W. Ilevnolds, Now Yoik; J. II. Van Hook, Philadelphia; VV. II. bummers, T. H. Itcrbort, r'alem, Va ; 11. II. Cntnilchael, Vlrgtnli. Tlio President's Wit. Fiomthe VhleoeoSeicf, A Washington dispatch s.tys thut u Minnesotti Congressman called uihiii Pres ident Harrison and Incidentally brmi'.'d the candidacy of it certain Minnesota nun fur a certain Federal nlllcu In his State "but," ho said, "1 do not, of eourso, ask vim to make tliu appointment, for 1 know it is n Senatorial appointment1' meaning that It will ii; appointment tu bomulu upon tho recommendation of tliu Sena tors. Continues tho dispatch: "Tlio Pres ident stroked hi beard and looked nt tho carpet n moment; thou, throwing his arm about Iho Congressman's shoulder, said: 'I beg your pardon, Mr Hull; It Is a J'l'nt ilenllal appointment.' " Touching scene Tho J.rtnluy .Vu cheerfully offers Its columns for any comment, not In viola tion of tho law, which Mr, Farwell may wish to make. 8i:mii:k iidklis. In those remembered days of yore, liefore Ihou wcrt my wife Ah, liitppy ilnys- I loe'l thci more 'Jhr.ii liberty or life. 11 at yet thou nrt lo inc. 1 vow, Muro dear lo day than then You cost a hundred dollars now Where once yon cost me ten. -imlti, Gray .t I'o.'i Montit, WAttc murrey. .. rotoaeat, Journalist Inters lens) Mint, sm &tw nt t rm. It ywie ertiw In tlit Senate kii issmin ni"" 'H'tB. 4ei-tnl. t do lint WlTe User M Hrpnttefin h the Sen- 'I II ilivrr m m Mrty MSfllthrRHst tTgT mi-Uev.), sweetailr srMM Mjr reTaHsMit r in rrgerflliM I have) been iv amurta- iim s,i.ie i trtlli fH.lliaJ.lMi it llm fmate hate keen lnfM twnliat 1 think Htjr reesMtl b la-eti mtyi In at leuic tmn rufret. f the "aaj tnewei rrjwtrd by m (UwVHtan tbe ivmnuille nn MHtlary A fillet, twit m nf them was artel ti A.tey by tltorVviate. WImI are m nro plana, itWcsJlr " I tins wme Tr imnr unit irjiint ai (ajrs. I rasiK now mnk after my ruil l mK mw iihi alter my riiiB ), wtrtrh tfe tieni hitig nenlecW.' aiiaua, wimn tm ueeti Hsignenire "Hht tb lemHnij neniwisar In jwir flats) twtHinateil yn fur 0nrrrnor the mvinent Uif h ruminated Ujauecwl yrM In tit 'sotaln. "I Ktwir lint Ihrt I am net a ran)) date. 1 have nesee tern randldato for njtblwa;. 1 He-ver asked a man lo tote; for inc. I have not .iah! public lion rs. "Prrttdrtitlalrattdkialear Well,lfNer nrk Kaacw loliisi winteiitloii Willi a olld ilelefKtlun It will rH the immtnalltMi; If nit the, iMindiialltm si III gu to Hit Wet." "What Western wan hate you In your mlnd'aeye"' 'Ob, lioneln H!tloti!r. Ttifl mostolr scute man in a break away from tbe favorite usually raiitureMlic honor." "What do vtmllifnk of (ImrrnAr Camji. bell of tibia CovMtiof Dray of Indiana, ex-lYmgrttsinati Wllliatn it. Morrisim and (lencral John M. Palmer of Illinois'" ' "They are all good men; lint J bavej nothing in v a to llielr randldary, fur thrr Iban It New York dnea not present solid front In the convention the iiomlnn- Hull will goto a Western nun." "What about tho r";iikerhli of the next House7" 1 think It will l mistake lo elect a tout hern man as HeaVer. 1 think onio gonil Northern or Western man aitnuld tin relecteil. I think the Democratic trty Hindoo great inlMnkeiln the i'lfileth Con gress by electing a Boutliern inkn as rlH-akerof thrtHotiieaiid by tiring the principal chairmanship"! of committees to fcoutlieriiiucn, Again, I think tlio Demo crat I o party made a mistake In the cam palgn of l!KM by lloo-llng the North with f outhern ticakers. it i a bad (ollry, Tho voters resent It. If Northern ca ent should bo sent Into the Houtli we should resent it. Wo know- more) aViiut our nw n affairs tliau outsiders, do, 1 think the Northern voters riTentcl tho fact of our sendine them Southern sisakers to In struct them In IKV). "Then yon are not in favor of electing a .Southern man speaker of tho House of the Fifty-second Congress?" "Kinpliatlcnlly no." "What Is your opinion of the future ro tations of the races In thefimtliT' "Most hopeful. 1 agree with tho rtvctit opinion of fc'enator Carllslo that thtro will bo Ices and less of Dldlon between the races; that llicv will come more nml mure to tinderstniid the mutuality ot their Interests, and that they will mora and mora owqicrato together for tliu common good. In my own btate the col ored people have great rfsect for me, and In any division nf votes, caused by tho position of tho Fanners' Alliance, 'I bin sure that tliu best elements among tho colored people would iiwiperate with tho best elements among tlio vvlnto people." Vi'iieinblo fennttira. .Mrm the Chlcauo liralil. (icncrnl Palmer will not be the oldest man In the Senate by n long ways, though the oldest Senator for many years. Mr. Payne of Ohio, has Juat returned tu pri vate life, Senator Palmer Until! consider ably short ol 80 years, vvhllo Senator Mor rill is 81, and as for Senator Harris of J eunessce, no one Knows now old no is. Ho docs not print his ago In the Con gressional Directory, and nil inquirers on that scoro aro given a lecture for their im pertinence and sent about their business. Senator Harris Is somewhere between SO and 100 years old. As many guesses ap proximate tho latter figure as tho former. He is one of tlio' rcniarknblo old men ot tho Senate. Like many of tho good old public servants from the South, ho likes his toddy, nml It is said ho sometimes lakes twenty or .thirty "nips" In a day. Ho is the greatest parliamentarian In tlio Senate, and the more toddy ho drinks the clearer his head appears to become nn parliamentary law. Ho Is oftcn.callcd to tlio chair by tho Vico-Presidcnt, and Is al ways consulted when knotty parliament' a,ry problems are to bo solved. "Society Kveiif In Colored Circles. from the A'nu Yoik lUconhi; mil, Josephine Butts, a handsome young colored woman of 2.'), who lives with hor aunt, Mrs. Wilklns, at 1'50 West Forty seventh street, was until two weeks ago employed by Mrs, Mason Jones of 1 Hast Pilty-seventh street ns n reader. Sho al leges that sho was discharged through tho inllncnco of Ueorgo W. Kcclcs, tlio col ored butler at Mrs. Mason's house, who afterward told scandalous stories about her to a young colored waiter at thehouse to whom she Is engaged to bo married. She procured n cowhide, and, with her aunt, stationed herself in the square In front of tho Plaza Hotel on Fifty-ninth street and Fifth avenue a little before noon yesterday. Kcclcs soon came along, and when he failed to make a retraction demanded by tlio woman, alio gavo him a sovere thrash ing In the midst of n crowd, which soon collected. Park Policeman Zieleckersaw the disturbance and arrested the woman, In the Yorkville Police Court sho told tier story in a rclincd and pleasing way, but was held for trial in $300 bail, which was furnished by Mrs. Wilklns. r White Supremacy In Kentucky, Not eycti"a, .Force bll ot tho most drastic, sort could compel KenUicky.Kcpubllcaiis. to give' their colored voters even a. little piece of the bottom crust of olllclal pie. vO'hcWilliamBburg Timet tells how It Is in tho Kcpublican ttrongbold of Whitley County, whero the vvhlto Itepubliean citi itns have none of that difllculty met with by Northern politicians in attenlptllig to understand tho logical necessity of vvhlto supremacy In the South. Tho 'Timet saya: "Four colored men wero candidates lor town trustees last Saturday, but as tho roreo uiu was ueau nicy got no votes. Strango how onr white Itepubliean breth ren in Williamsburg want the negro to hold olllccs in Democratic States, and ob ject to him hcie at home." Nulilti liar Owners. A blue book Issued by tho Government diselosts the fact that 152 peers of tho realm aro the owners of places In which intoxicating drinks nro sold. The number of 'drlnk shops" owned by these peers Is J,K!i. Tho list Is headed by the Karl of Derby, who, the blue book shows, is tlio owner of "a drinking places, Next comes the 'Duke of Ileilford with -IS Utlrink shops" to his credit. Then comes tho Duku of Devonshire with 17, followed by tho Karl of Cawdor with 31), thoDitko of Rutland with 37, the Karl of Dudley with 35, tho Duko of Northumberland with 31 and tho Dtikoof Portland with 3J. Included in this list Is the 1 light Itev. Diehard Lewis, D. D Itlsliop of LIumhitT, who, tho bluo book shows, is tho owner of two places which are devoted to tho rale of Intoxicating liquors. Mrs, Jeff Davis pays her respects to Charles Sumner In her memoirs of her husband, Sho culls him a handsome, im pleading man, whose conversation was studied, but brilliant; his manner defer ential only as u matter of social policy; consequently, ho nover Inspired tlio women to whom lie was attentive with Iho pleasant consciousness of possessing his regard or esteem. Ho was, until tho fraras with Mr. ilrooks, fond of talking to Southern women, and prepared himself with great euro tor theso conversational pyrotechnics, In which there win much lircik lire, and Iho "set pieces" wero nu merous. This Is hardly so unfaithful a portrait of Mr. Sumner as it might bo, JlwtoH JUruhl. ilarnes Compton, Congressman lrom tho Fifth district of Maryland, said yester day that ho wanted n Congressional com mittee appointed to Investigate and make public tho frauds In tho election of 'I hornns 11, Itecd in Maine last fall. .Mr. Ciimpton was at the St. James Hotel. Ho came to New York to teo his son, who Is nn olllccr In tlio Military Academy at Wct Point. AVw York Tiuu, 18. TKnUAPIN P6INT3. Haw to ."eleet Hill) lloll Diamond Hacks. Jtttt On ion a Me VMeogo A'tirA At a matter of fact any tortoisa or terra )Hn which ran be boiled soft can bo mnde Into a Utau!o tcw. All terrapins ate gHsl, but excellent above all others re those where the upcr shells have centre line of sharply dctlned dia nwndJiaed elevations; upon the under shell there la a )ellowtsh tlntandtholong, narrow head Is generally drawn closo to the body In a series of thick folds of tho neck k in. ami the legs nra short and o.iered nlthaqrrcutsh-black akin. Also Py ihelrprkci shall yo know them, for a stitteti w ill range In cost from KM to 50. Hie season Ii during tho w Inter, the slr.o frtun six Inches upward lo eight, and one will provide dish for four persons. Pinallrr tarlrtlt cost les, mid "sliders." ur large rher terrapin, ran lie bought for ieiv much lew. An excellent stow can be made front the common wood terrapin r Inrtoiie, the only requirement being be Imillnri lo tenderness. The prepara tion of all kinds Is tho same; upon their removal from Hie shells tbefatooflliodlili ilrpemlf. for If Iho gall Ii broken the bitter flavor destroys the entire dlili. llie terrapin, when brought to the kitchen, should be washed In cold water. 1'T txillltijr thry should bn plunged Into Hnity of holtina; water for about llvo minutes or iinlil the skin ot Urn legs IhtcIiu towtinkle and loosen, so that It can 1 rublxsl off with a wet cloth. Then tut tbe terrapin again over tho lire In itiMiph boiling water lo Just cover them, with ntenK,nful of salt to each quart, and l-olt them steadily until the shells Ncfn toiart at the Miles, where they arc Joined by two serrated edges between tho i re and hlniltecs, Tbe lime will vary according to tho tenderness r.f the shell. California tor rHn have been boiled lender in less than half an hour, some wood tortoises have required two hours. The safet way is to boll the terrBlriu and remove It from tho hell the day beforo It Is needed for tho (able, or. at JrnM.to boil It In tho forenoon if it is to bo used at a night dinner or In theevenlng. To Kress Terrapin After lliilllna;. After the terrapin Is so boiled that tho two shells can be easily pulled auirt a una! I wrench will scpomto them, leaving tbe entire !xly lying bound to tlio top hell by tllabt ligaments, which can easily be nit with a small, sharp knife. Tho liquid that Hows from the terrapin should bo v id. With the same sort of knlfo Kernlf)thalex from the mass of Intes tines, cut the eggs and thellvcraway also, Hill IIIV iuii. nuns Kllfltis, ' 'I II H' "v mill, wrap all these )arli In wet cloths to prevent drying as each one Is being pre jred for the stew. The brownish mem brane strips readily from tho eggs. J Im clawn should lie cut from the tips of I he feet. Tint call Is a small dark Kieenlrh bag imbedded In one rido of the liver the liver should beheld over a bowl or dish and Hie gall-bag carefully cut out with enough of the liver attached to pro tnt breaking, tho rest being divided In half-inch bits so that it may lie equally distributed throughout the stew. The igcs should also be proportionately divided. The old-time Boutliern cooks nlso mod the while giblets, cutting them in half-inch pieces. Cream unit ltrown Mews of Terrnpln. After the (erruplu meat Is prepared by tills careful removal from Ilia shell, and the broth nml liquid portion saved, It will be ready to heat In the chosen sauce. For a rrtnm sauce, mix together over the lire a binning tab!ciooniul each of butter and ilotir for eneh pint of sauce, and, when smoothly blended, stir In gradually half a pint of tho liquid and half a pint of cream. Put in the meat ot one terra pin to lieal, n rather high seasoning of suit, caj'cunepcpH'r and a little nutmeg or mace, Hie yolks of four raw eggs mnothly mlxciL Willi allttluof thosauen added just beforo serving, to prorcnt curdling. It Is at this stage that thcapeclal roctes direct tho addition of a gloss of tho best Mnderla and a tablrspoonful of lemon Juice. Tho brown stew Is made entirely of tho terrapin broth, and tho butter and Hour aro browned before the broth is mixed with them, otherwise the process Is the same In all resects. One Hundred nml I'lfty llallct fllrls. t'lom IhiXeu Veil Herald, ISM. On Sunday Mr. llolossy Klralfy, tho celebrated recruiter of bnllcut, arrived in New York from foreign shores with about ono hundred and flflr, moro or less, young women who sling tlio light fantastic toe because they liked to and are paid for so doing. Mr. Kiralfy does not attempt to conceal tlio fact that In catering to tho captious taste of New York he has robbed tbocnpltalsof Kuropoof thclrchlef attrac tions. Some twenty of tlio fair dancers havo been purloined from Paris. Milan yields trlbuto of thirty maidens, while Vienna, llcrlln, ludacst, and Madrid alike are bereft of their most charming exponents ot tho chorcagraphlc art. Thcsocosmopolltan beauties gave an un dress rehearsal in tho course or thoafterr noon In tho old armory. They cave. In fact, an undress rehearsal under tlio criti cal eyo of "Tody" Hamilton. To tho un initiated an undress rehearsal ot ballet girls would seem a tcrrlblo demoralizing spectacle. Hut sad cxiericnco tells mo ft is not. Pallet girls arc least dressed when "full" dressed. When they jrlvo an un dress rehearsal thev wear ulster and woollen overalls. There is nothing lo bring the blush of shame to a small boy or ov en to Anthony Comstock. Tlio girls danced as they will dance for tho lirst time in tbe Madison Square Car den on March SO when tho marriage be tween Nero and Messallna wilt bo cele brated. All the superannuated "supers" who hove been stranded In this country for years doing Konian Senators wero nu Iand, tlirting.vylth the pew arrivals jn some five or six different languages, and If woVds go for anything thp marriage of Nero and Mestalina 'Will -not bo tho only ono celebrated while tho show is on MaMi an Square. Abandoned 1'ar.nis. J-'ilm tin Courier-Journal, It Is surprising to learn thut In an old. State like Massachusetts, having a dense population, thcronre hundred of farms, having on aggrcgato value of moro than M,000,WO, that aro altogether abandoned. Territorially, Massachusetts Is only a largo county, being, In point of fact, not one four I li as large as the largest county in the Vnltctt States; yet, In stilta of Hi small area and largo population and wealth, nearly 3 percent, of Its farming laud has been abandoned, Tho matter Is deemed of so much interest that it forms tho subject of a phamphlct of seventy eight pnges Issued by tho Massachusetts .unit-mi ui Qioimtis nun i.uoor. Tlio 1'iiriiiera to (Irjrniilie. A Chicago special to tho Philadelphia Xorlli Amtrtdin states: According ton De partment cmployo from Washington tho Farmers' Alliance Is to havo a Presidential candidate next year nn a platform of more monryand freo silver coinage, ami thn South Is to bo thoroughly canvassed by Senators Stew nrt. Teller, Woleotl, ex Senator McCounell of Idaho and several others, who will leave tliu Itepublleans, Southern men will canvass tho Northern States, Kx-Senator Ingalls says that (lie Alliance movement is much more formi dable than Kastcrii people Imagine. FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor in tho blood, ulcors, catarrh, and consumption, uso Ayer's Sarsaparilla Tho most ' economical, safe, spootly, and offootlvo of all blootl-purlflors. Has Cg fed Others vyill euro you. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report P(v Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE THE NEW JUDGESHIPS. Conlldenco tlio President's .ludlt- m out. t'lCm theXiur York Timet, Wo nro happy lo bcllovo that President Harrison, wiillo ho will doubtless makon choice of Itcpubllcans only, will try to get men ns able, experienced and lit as ho can. That has been his prncllco hereto fore. Hut wo wish that ho might havo thccotirago to tako n higher" nml broader view of his opportunities and his duty In theso appointments. Wo wish ho foil equal to recognizing tho fact that, fortu nately for tho nation, tho time has come. when I hero Is no really serious difference between tho best minds of tho two great parties ns to thointcrtirctatlonof the Con stitution, and when tlio fundamental law Is as rate in the charge of upright and capable Jurists of onoparty asof tho other, callable itirlsts of onotiartv asof thoother. Tho recognition of that fact, by placing soma of tho now Judgeships In the hands of suitable Democrats, already tried In the i'Ciierai Jtiuiciaiy, wotiiu no a practical and Inlluentlal one. It would strengthen tho bonds of nationality. It would In crease the common confidence In tho sta bility and effectiveness of tho national Judicial system. It would dellnltcly en hance tho authority of tho Federal courts, it would bo without a shadow of risk In any direction, and It would win for tho President the rcsjicct of right-thinking men of all putties. A l'erslnn V.ya Opener. The Crown of the Mooli occasioned u fiendish crime. Sir John Malcolm has written of it heinous Persian practice in Its biography: "itlsn hull Klinn, governor of Kivzerum, came to pay tho Klchl a visit. This old nobleman had it silk hanuUovcr, his eye sockets, having had ids eyes put out dur ingthe llerco struggle between tho Zend and Kajar families for the throne and royal treasures (In gold and precious stones) of Persia. Ho thus related his terrible tortures to us; " '1 had been too active n partisan,' said lie, 'to expect much mercy when I foil Into tho clutches of tho rascally tribes of Zend. 1 locked for death, nnd was rather surprised at tho lenity vviilch condemned mo but lo tho loss oi my eyas. A stout fellow of a feresh came In as executioner of the sentence. He had in his hand a largo blunt knife which ho meant to miiko his Instrument of torture. I offered lilm twenty feniuint if ho would uso n pen knife that I showed him. Ha refused in the most brutal manner. " 'Seeing,' continued Itlzn, 'that I had no tenderness to look for from him, I pretended submission to my fate, and laid myself upon my back. He seemed quite pleased, tucked lipids sleeves, brandished Ids knife, and very composedly put ono kneo on my chest, and was proceeding tobls butchering work, when, observing him ofT ills guard, I raised ono of my feet, and, planting It in tho pit of his stomach, sent him heels over head. I at once sprang up: so did my enemy; wo had n short tussle, but ho was tho stronger, and. Inivlnir knocked me down, tlimllv succeeded in cutting out my eyes.' " 'The sadness of this recital of his mis fortunes brought tears to our own pitying eyes. So you sec that even tho ossessioii of princely Jewels has the disadvantage of attendant trials. It has been well ob served that 'cupidity, murder, robbery and remorse uro prime factors In most diamond matters,' nnd that trouble, po litical, social and personal, accompanies thognd-Iiko gem from Its earliest to Its latest resting-place." fVoi " Yurnt About JllainomU.H bh DavUl Graham Atlee. In April "Llfi'lneotCt)' -t i OYKK TIIK NUTS AMI WINK. "(live me charge of the choir," remarked the devil, "and 1 care not who occupies the pulpit." Baton lltrabU The devil never asks anybody to go all Ibe way home with hha.J!am'i ltoin. When trying to catch Iho ear of a Chicago Ctrl j on should use hoth bands. Richmond Jleecnttr, . He-Charley seems to me to he a man ot one Idea. Hhe llo It more fortunate than I thought. ltol. s "Who joeth a borrowing goetb a sorrow ing," was ilouhtleia truo In the good old times; hut nowadays It la tho lender who does the mournful perambulation. Life, Probably no one In this wide world Is ever In a state ol perfect satisfaction, but the homely girl with her first engagement ring on cornea pretty near ll.-Svinei ri Journal, fl lllfWllr A ,M ,tl tA.1l. klliM llBAhav. .Iamb .. Ii..u-... V 'VU.IW MU ,ISIUUUI to you rich! (lus de Hmllk ! should tay to. You ought to seo the sllrernrara rfcey tarry to thepvvn broker. Tiivi mjtlngi. Teacher-Why docs Great Britain support royalty r Pupil llecause royalty eannottunnort Itself. AA. Customer I bought some medicine here yes terday lor my dog, and, after I gave It lo him, he riled. vVhatdoyon mean, anyway? 1 didn't tell jou I wanted lo hill him. ' Ilrugslst, You said he belonged leyonr. Wlfe.-Xir. . !Yn. liana. Jack Is nonr. but he InvXi m. Mavn't I marry Mm, papa r' --well, yee, ir yon want to." "You dear old thing but when!" "Immediately." "(lb. but vou know It's Lent." "Yes, hut wouldn't It bo vve II to at brokln in iu iuu iij;in nvrny r i.i, 'Poreleuer Whv Aa vou eall the man i.ltnn, eilJoel" American Welf, It's this vrat; Ho was once trrasurernf this rounty anil hail a chance to lunorr wllli a whole year's Inrome, but tho l.n.a .. ..1.1 ,,,..... .. I. .... I. .II.II..1 . .. I uuiirs, ,!, iriiun IUUS UIUJ f I'.yiw, ,IMf I can Dtattomr, bhe-Hn you are engaged to one ot tho Mils, cravetwlust How can you distinguish one Irnmlheotherr Ha I don't try 0-Ufe. Ile Yon do lose ine, lUrlliift And tour heait la mine, wholly miner MlieI list's what. And no string to It, either. aifluMiofis Journal. Woman may ha able to park a Hunk belter than lain, but she needs the man lo sit nu the lid after tbe has packed It, lust the same. -Hint! title Journal. Huston (lllnrti (on kit way home from rhurrhl Walloatsld a moment, ploase, Wal donla, while I Hep Into ibis drug sluts and got a i liar. VVIto ol Iloston litlrrul I Iboaibt drag, glslt Iu this town were hot allowed Iu sell clxaia nil mlav. notion ( Ulieii-They are allowed to sell Ihcm when nerded fur ralaitk. Clodm-itUi a ftw luoni'iits lalei)- Jftdfs, jtlve Imi l-il-cedt ilt-sr. Hatch, please. ilunjs -(.'Alnfo (llin. Hanker' Haattlitrr 'to her hustiaml. Just al'er luarrlsjjn -1 Haul a 11 tl let innuey, John. Hushatiil-AII light, dtrtluif, I'll draw you a rlierk. Hanker a UL'ht'r-Nu. dun I Ironble to di thai. John, for I really haten't knonn yoi loiiKeuoiiifli tu aeo-ht ynar rheek Let ma have cash, pUise. (A'Aia.V'jtri. HusluuM-I wooeiiouak mousy las alxhl l at Kile'lntrl )ou anewilrrst. VV Ife (tolihlnrh I think ou mlitbt stop plsr' lug those liorrldrards, Jhtiu. You know w bat II luaylrad to In the end, ail lulhluk thai I should tvt r Iki the wile ot iitmliler. 1 bat Is PI Inniniirh VV list Ur.lof adrts sntll I fttr lViJ ,'icIim. I'lrolmil ul Ilia Press. Around hr (isl.t I out my arm - It fall as soil at rakei "Okiiearr saytshe, -ukalllWtly Vo-i piluteiwea Uo taker "Why. yes, io est, my (hsrnili ral, l tiUreed her some, I ime.s) Can you tay aUKhl, mir Ime, ttlr.il the lieeilow of lb piS'sr I klsseil htrtome I did by gum, Hhe (oloieit like a Uetl I in iiiylliluesoultkf lie,ke,l Almost luo liond lueatl I cave mother kiss, ami then Hals she, "I ilnomftss, I rathei kinder tortrr llkti 1 ke lit rdoui of Hie pirns. " -lttoUJ I tin j ,Yi AVu'a. LOST FOR TKN YKAItS. Strange Story" f nn Iowa Cllrl Wlm "IVns Abducted nml llestoreil to Her llelntlyea. ifeelal Dlfatta tolhe Olobe-lhmocrat, For.r Dodok, lowA, March 15. Mary Puckctl, n young lady whoso homo Is Just now Iu Carroll County, Is tho hcroluo of n story of abduction, oxllo and llnal restoration as strange ai has been recorded 111 any ycllow-covcrcd ronianco. Ten years ago, whllo herding her father's cat tlo on n Dakota farm, Mary was kidnaped by a lllack Hills trapper. Sho was then 13 years old. Her captor dressed tho girl In bov'B clothes, and for thrco years com pelled her to do tlio drudgery of his lonely camp. At tho end of this time thn trap per, who was old nnd feeble, moved to n point on the Mississippi Itlvcr, near tho southeast corner of Arkansas. Hero thev lived on n llatboat. Marv had by this time resumed the attlrn of her sex, and was introduced as tho niece of lier aged abductor. The girl soon for got all about her old homo and friends nnd lived tho hard life required of her without a thought of better times. About six weeks ago somo neighbors becamo in terested in tier ami inquired noouwicr former life. All that sho could remem ber was that she lived at ono time. In Carroll County, Intra. Mary's new found frlends.wroto to tlio county clerk of that County, who sent tho letter to the Carroll papers. Iu ono of theso It reached the oyo of tho lost girl's grandfather, Elijah Puckctt, who Immediately sent his son to investigate tlio truth of tho story. Tho young man found tho girl now 2.1 years old and soon convinced her of her Identity. Mary way only too clad to cscatio, from the rqughi hfo sue had been leading, and willingly agreed to accompany her res cuer homo, Tho old trapper, wiieu he found that his villainy had been discov ered, broko down nnd pleaded for mercy. On account ot his gray hairs ho was not prosecuted, Marv Puckctt, after hor ten years of slavery, Is now living quietly on the Puckctt farm, near I.ako Citj, and Is preparing to make up for lost time by going to school. Her parents aro living somewhero In Nebraska, and aro not yet aware of tho rcscuoof their child, whom for ten years they havo mourned as dead, Davy Crockett. A monument Is to boerectc.d over tho remains of Davy Crockett, tho famous Tennessee hunter, who killed 103 bears mid performed various other dceds-of valor. His now more than sixty years since this picturesque old character was buried. Tho shaft will lie of Tennessee granite nnd over twenty-seven feet high. At the front base of tho column tho em blematic bear keeps faithful watch In front ot the bronro medallion of tho set ting sun; on tho right part ot Ihoshaft a bronze medallion- with tho distinctive badgo (the rlllc and knife crossed) of tho pioneer settlers of tho State Is represented, nud a corresponding medallion on tho left sldo shows the agricultural imple ments, early symbols of Tennessee's pros perity. One other medallion represents tlio grand seal of Terlucsscp, nml on the front of tho Bhaft a bust of Colonel Crock ett looks down over tho grizzly ho loved to hunt bo well. Tho bust will bo as true to life us it can be made. The rreslileiitja Visit .Sontli. TlicMontRomcry (Ala,) .tdiwHwi' (Dem ocrat) accepts, tho following from the 31 aeon (Go.) Ttleyraph (Democrat) as "ap propriately disposing" of tho treatment of tho President should he go South: ' "Some of the newspapers hayo been dis cussing the manlier in which-Mr. Harrl" son should bo received by the Southern eople during lils comfng visit to us. This discussion seems'' to"us particularly use less. There is only one way in which the Southern people could receive hlra. They will treat him ns a gentleman and as the President of tho United States should bo treated that Is to say, they will be polito to their great guest, recolvo him cordially, make his stay as pleasant as possible and show him all the honors duo his exalted place." The Next Political Sky-Kocket. From the Hartford Coui ant. Now watch tho rire, progress, decline and fall .of tho John McCauley Palmer boom. KDTJCATIONAt. 4 ' LANGUAGES THEBERLftZSCHOOLof LAHGUAGE' 713 Fourteenth street n, w. 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Supported by Mr, OTH BKI.NNF.U 1 his (Thuttday) Evening, but Time or jo.AJLsr om .a.:ro- Friday Krcntnj, .A.S -X-OTT 3LIICEI IT HatunUy Haltnee, EOJVE3I30 j.3Sfr JXJX.IB1T'. Saturday Night, TjaDJcZ. Kext Weck-".Mr. Wllklnion'a Wldowt." feats now on sale. A LllAUOH'S OHA.N1) OPKUA-H0U3K. .Messrs. Hcnrv K. Abbey anil Maurko Oran respectfully announce the reappearance In Wiiblnglou, for one week only, or Sarah Bernhardt In the Following llrpertolrr: THIS (TIIUIISDAY) EVENINO, 2T2H1D OBA. l'rldny, Jllarcti M I Saturday. " 2! . ud Satimlny Matinee, Cleopatra ' PItlCEB-lteserveil Seats, J.50, and 1. (lallery. rescrretl. $1.60. General Admieslon, tl.W. (inllery,!. ' Next Wcek-THE OLD HOMESTEAD. Seats now on sale. A LIlAb'OH'a OIIANI) Ol'EltA HOUSE. WEEK OP MARCH 23. MATINEES WEDNESDAY, 8ATVH1DAY. DESMAN THOMI'SON'S Domestic Comedy, THE OLD HOMESTEAD riicjENf i:r uy a btronh .COM PAN V, WITH HEA1.1STIO SCENIC EFFECTS. SALE OF HEATS NOW OPEN. T COLN MUSIO 11AI.L. NIKIsCH. BOSTON i SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Mr.AHTHUlt NIKISCH Conductor FIFTH CONCERT, WEDNESDAY EVESINO, MAHCH S3. AT 8. Soloists: MME. ANTON1E MIEf.KE, 1IKKU ANDIIKAS DIPPEr., Of the Metropolitan Opera House, Neiv York.' (IRANI) WAUNKR l'ROGRAVME, Including selectlona from "TannhmuacrVVbo hcngrlii,n "SIcBfrled," "Tristan nnd Isolde,' and "Din noettcrdammernng.", M1ELKK nnd DIPPEL In Solos and Ducts. , , Tickets, with reserved scats, f 1, I1.2D, nnd 1hM', according to location, Now on sale at ' J. FjEllls Cov'a.'ilST Vcnnsylranta ntenue. niarl7-M V. A HLI.I3. Manager. , 'JESUS ONLY! , PAX FATHER IGNATIUS, O.S.B., Monk o( tho. British Church, Will (D.V.) Preacii at Masonic Temple, NINTH AND F.STS., Sundays, March 22 and 29, At 11 a. w 3:30, and 7:30 p. m. WEEK DAYS, MAHCH S3, W, 85, 26, ST, and , At3;30onil8p. m. Numbered sittings, f U Tickets aold only at the door, man i.yvsi H AHH1S' 151JOU THEATHK. Mrs. F. Harris, It. B. Brltton, asd F. F. Dean, Proprietors and. Managers. Week Commcnclng.Monday, Marcb HI. til AS. GAYLEIt'S Successful Melodrama, ' Lights and Shadows, Presented by a Strong Cast and magnificent Scenic Effects. Two (2) Matinee PIANO RECITALS. Lincoln Hall, Saturday Afternoon a 1st. ALSO Monday Allcriioon if3? AT 3 O'CLOCK. RESERVED SEATS, SI, 70c. and 60c. Scats at E. F. Droop's, (M Pa. ave , on ami after TUESDAY, 17TH MAHCH. K EHNAN'S NEW WASHINGTON TI1KA T1IB, HTU ST. THIS WEEK-Ladles' Matinee Saturilay, Harry f . Williams OWN SPECIALTY COMPANY, Next Week. VA1DIS SISTEI18' NOVELTY COMI'ANV Aljll HILLY WOOD, Spurring Partner ot PlUslnimoux, G l.OHK THEATHE-WKEK OF MAHCH 10"! JAMES OWEN O'CONNOR. 'I ho Wprld'a Tragic Comedian. Prices, 10, till, 30 ami 60 cents, , .MntliiceCMonclajs, Wcdiirsdnys, Fridays ami Salnidays. " Washington City Kennel Club DOG SiHOW -AT- WASHINGTON RIDING ACADEMY, 1 AltCH 17, 18, ID, AND ), 000 Boat Dogs In America on Exhibition. Professor Parker's Dog Circus, Every Atleriioon'nt 4:30 and Evening at S, llrliig the Clilldren lo See tho (Ireat - doo oiRoos. OPEN I'ltOM 10 A, M. TO 10 1'. M. Admission, CO Cents; Children Hall Price. ' '. reason ') tekeji on Sale lit Vox Offlcc. immm i' SKfyewb' i. l vt V ) issjsa.s-?l. .l-VrtS vavSiIsM ji'.:.,'