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THE DAILY CRITIC, WEI)NIT)AY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2(5,1890.
Tiik Daily Critic
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trfcaUt Ast rnvf. trcmtd AIM
1 m nfcy Mr. Ci,tld mm
M Mm to Mr. ArMn rrt Rant
Ctt- sfttm lie waatet! it rnWM
tS Mrt Ac UK trot Intimate frtats;
itttf are sol even cqtittatMf. We
fitter ttw At ns to Mr life and knew
cAtfifb nt him estvpt that to Bad a
tetter from Acres arirl fell mow! to
alhrwtii. No upon Rat principle
of good tatfe or eper1Hmcy did Mr.
CtSVBt.ASTJ proceed to uncork the
-rttts of W terrai feelings and ewirrtv
Ibcbj IM Ik bosom of th nnkaowa
Am' Only a Utile more than Iww
jrtan ago Mr. Ct.livBt.iKD hatnccA
ifoi to pronounce vrv severe ju'lt
taatt ntoM a gentleman nametl Satr-vintK-wBirr.
who answered a letter
from a stranger somewhere beyond the
Jtoeklea. Ifow Is It that we find him
Iftdutglat Id that same blunder him
tallT The probability U that Mr.
Ct.aVBi,vjtrt thought hit latter to AcRa
a mlfhty Dm thine: when ha wrote It,
iM contemplated with equanimity if
not with pttasni-e thi prospect of Its
getting into print. Public comment,
however, ttaa chaDevri his mint ai to
the performance ami now he Ik jump
log oa ArfcKs for dolnc ettctlr what
be m'ght have been expected to do.
Mr. Olkyrlark should ho fair to
Ac KM. That gentleman, no doubt,
taaestlr thought he was carrying out
Ida correspondent's intentions.
Mm. Os.Ryii.axd as a Utter writer is
not proving a luminous success.
tfeXAioK KtiMCxrw thinks the tottim
Election hill likely to become a law
dntfag the next session of Congress.
Sowii.h JoMX .I.-IMOAI.U l can
rented, wa have said already, ami we
repeal with rntbuetastH, that we hope
lie "III be r elected. It seems to ui.
futtheluiote, Ihst mir fellow cltlxens of
Kaatas hnuld beglsd to re-elect him.
liebasgiun that State the utmost
trtt.iui c nd distinction by his bril
liant abilities. He Is a gitliAte ol
Jrt of pride to the entire Onnmon-wenllk-,
ami in this (aeilng the Demo
crats as well as the itepnMtcans should
b aM to iiarticlpatc. lie Is a stalwart
party man. of course, but what of that?
Irly rivalries ami controversies keep
alive tba wholesome ferment which
Fives vltnlity to free Institutions. And
Kr. lsr.AU. is omof the most iwwer
Jul Ingredients in that ferment. Us
sMes, Mr. Ixualus 1ms always been an
Intelligent and effective friend of tbe
District. He Is not one of those shal
low and feirUh demagogues aa I there
are many of cither parly In Congress
v bo are more than ready to earn a
cheap reputation by advocatltMC the
meanest parlmoiy toward the Nation's
Capital. He sbuuld ba returned by all
mhmks. He Is too useful and too Inter
attlajt to be eilblxd, cabieil ami eon
Naed la Kansas.
C.vx rr hk possifa'e that ScrrtNu
111' Li. ba beta cowad by the prasaww
of Uaikd State tioops r '
Kack nif cicULTiRB are not eeaflaed
to the South. A pretty serious oae ex
isted at Long lalawl Ctly. X. V.. the
otfurda), wbes a judge Awttl a bwk
wsVer a tbouaaad dollars.
ThkC'hitk vkktuhbd the prophecy,
lM vetvk, that Mr. l'Aaxju.i. could not
ratsia hU haulofsblp of tb Irish pirty
ia the fee of the revetotioae of the
U'Shilv seaadaL Much to our sur
prise, bowover, Mr. I'aknhu. ea
4eavotl to do that very thing, disro
atttatf sot oaly the rasaonstraaoao of
tlteJSagUaii UbwaU, but the more or
ksa ausstMkeii fprolatU of aaasy sia
ts IiUi patriots. Indeed, be
was yesterday i efatetod to the
ehslsinaaihip of his facsioa aad -cuntel
h trust with aa aimost cw
ttrawpiMous disMgafd of the opiaiuM of
itwntasahof bis allbcs sad tyuttisih.U.
Mwi the puWtwUUiB but abOst o4 Mr.
Uvauwtone uliiwstum, hi which ike
(eat Lihesal kad.r aaaoiuMad hU ir-U-atioa
of Mrtisiag la rise evesit of Mr.
PaKJSKU ' retaining the cbslmsjubtp
of rkyaiiMdit party, appears to have
peaittred as IwwmMsK aad overwiuUiev
Wg eCtcs. Our Kuiopeaa aSspatriiei
thii asWaaa teii us that Use anas
Irish mnsaawrs wise yasaeeday elected
ttasiatM have axnarlai'ed a iMwVaan
mi optilr ebage of hai. It la
Wr atlaa ctoar. la fact, thai Mr.
PaJdWlx U1 have u go. wtsethjar ba
Mfcf as gjairtsi tbe step. What aatoav
tla) wjaiesa to Joteae this f sow uVa be
aiufef or. or fasttaw that. taa aaod
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or aia cans by
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MfigRflsiillaW Udtot wsgittai -ol-lgfftM,
ft Kew York WerW coaws lot -vaMi
Hh ifc kwatat data that it has
fouad CiuJU-JU Koaa. ThU ought to
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of Irntisrs, or Mr TfMtn of Maine, wi 1
take up tie rnnntifcg
A s.wpprh drsetwifcw h riwri
nir-g on ooretiittt 1Ati' rtUHjkfft.
tiit dlTa's irffjrtww tt ppf to be
frnrh lilte Iff Is d's 9Mlre. flit - (mm
Asttrtf, Snttifo ftvjt.r, nut barlty
pfrim ft rswre flfttfwstwwiwV oajaslwr
ptoMnn Utttft 0frt i3tfAv.
ntaitKit raRD nrnvwi n rrrww yw
tetflay. It is loppnwd that Ml ffHf w
fisrntil srB mauitejt flraryfliit w 1 ITat
'Plttwtsr HaMtm la ftot a woV
bbw." Mys ft RepoMtcstt fM0r. Of
em)rft 1m Isrit. lie's too aftort to
f x IxrtUXA ofip pvraofl In every forty.
stvn rtfaas a pentm. The ntHtt
fntiysiu etthr hrml office or sb1 t.
H Msinin ComtaM, lb o1s!iidhi
JVbrft palatvr, bM arrived in this
country to drcorate a Mow in Boat on.
Robrrt Bmsratng rs iprposiatbie ror
the itatrmeat that he wm nearly fifty
In-fore he made any momy ostt of hts
Von Molike. on bl fmih Wrtbdiy,
was aeked how voting he wnuld like
to be. "Ahut !N." answerwl he, the
vllort of jonth arliting to his mind's
The Gfrmsn lt-b-htsg will meet
lHwmlwr 9 Amfins ire tlrst acts of
Ihe body lll lie tiH' sd'tptloa im a raao
lotion vxprnsslng the nation's thanks to
Kx-Stnatot llmce's 11 yaar-old son
Is nemtd lbcn Cotihllng lime?, ami
Is 'be proud pneor nf a Mlvet cup,
knife, fork and poon alven to him by
the late Senator.
The papers of limls-Pooh am asking
for a popular subsrriptii n for Kosuth.
who lias lost his entire fortune ia rail
road speculations, ml who Is now 75
years of sge.
limln Iha rrlstes thiit In the forest
of .Msongw.i Is a larae irlbe of moukeys
I list understand the an nf making (Ire,
Tltey go out at night to hunt fruit and
light their way with torches.
William Lloyd Harrison, son nf the
gnat anil slavery agitator, is vary
wealthy, having amaseod money from
tbe wtol Imslncw. lie Is literary In his
tastes, takes an active intertst In polltlci
ami Is a Democrat.
Mr Front! e. in hit Utelv published
life, nf tlin lain ilttnj.imln Disraeli, earl
of llescoBl1eld, sajs: "They cime to
call him 'Dlray,' aad there is mi surer
sign I but it tiimi Is llktd in Kugland
Uixm In I lie liiloptlon of a pet name for
'I lie Isle Mrs Atr had a ll' draw
Hltlch iit f M.OtH), ami It Is tinted that
uroilur us rtcen'ly sild to an Amert
ran Istlv for .tS.0(M) There nre n mim
I er i'l Itidlis In New York whit cai'h
omii I nets valued nt from ff.oOO t
The richest professional memllosnt in
tbe country Is 'llllml Johnny" of I'nlU
delpbta. He Is 110 years of age, ami is
worth about $90,000. He travels from
Chicago to Washington, from there to
Baltimore, and ends up In Philadelphia,
spouting about three months in each
city. He haa made all his money as a
Tbe return of Patrick Donahue, the
Nestor of Catholic journalism In New
Lneland, to the control nf tbe I'itot, of
which be was the fuunder, is a bmr
nslUilc eveut of romaotlv interest. TaU
vem rable ami universally honorwl maa,
now in the 77i h year of Ids ngu. asilt
euj ys rol-usi pbyidcul health ami a or
ret pomllrig deeree of mental vlior.
.UfiruHulitmi ill Jsle II. Brown.
CUluili S. M. Coopsr. I laehtasti: 1ao
MotoafsM, Ntw York; W. B. HviW, Kleh-
, u ; jiimi. rMmsoa Medium, isa
i: W. P llavs. StuU.Hvltl. Ohio: J.
P. ArwwtKtoe. Jsrsay Olty; (Horn M.
Trsler, Allsata, (la ; Jsuta V. t'rtucs,
CoJhwUm, 8. 0.
yiUitnml Jsoms P. Harritoa, lUavills.
ra.; J. Ad&ljib, Nbw Votlj; S. H. Masoa,
HsKimota; L. C. Jobasoa awl W. N. Cljr
St. Jasf-VV. 11. Hakar, Chicago; F. S.
Fsirow, tsOulb Carolta; A. T. ShA1o,
HutiaiMl, Vt.; loha C. I'sIhunt, WttlUburg,
W. Vs.; . V. 1- Iluttou, Nurth UsruUtu.
WiihtrWtW. A. CoUir, MsapUs,
Traa.; Lbsrles MsKbsip. fcC Loots; F. I..
Darts, (IrssBeastb), I ml ; W. (). Shaw, M.
P., litWburg. lion. Alx M. Uoekwy sul
wtie, GalUtfs, Mu., O. K. SttWr,ToMOe;
M. Jl. llettry, Hager"iwii, Mil.; Jasia
Xgky, mutator. III.; K. M. Kaywoad,
St Louis; () C. funly sad at. P. 8oya
tue, L'omJI t'wveMiy.
Jtigg-l- S. JJurtiu, IWroH; Hut art A
Cook, JJfcMty furaate. Vs.; W. II. ittswr,
Wtttkr"i 4pB Fsraitte, Pbttsiisl-
pass; Mr. and Mrs. Leg K. Pss, Uleb-
Wurml,',-W. T. Usui, CiMvriotte, Jf. C;
W. UuaU, nttabiwajb; U I). MoffSsua,
Nw You. "
ttttorrtitnttom- Thriasnf M. UeL Port
tsad, U , Mr sad Mm. K aTWarisg.
MUtbujg, J. K. Kmmmtks, Xaw Yurie.
ArliHflim-C. K, Ibssssi, Xaw Ye; 4.
. Kwssu, cUadUa, M. Y ; Arthur P. Dap,
Mb UIMe Deep aad MJas Maty McKaaws,
THusvtib, r , AUr4 g. MaavasntsUe, Loa
dua,Kagba4 Stwilie L. iichafar, Masaresl,
t'aaatta; J. M. Usasar, Bbsab; Mr. L.
jibbaat, Ptstsbuf, Xr. uTIa C. .
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KssMSwr, Kawk, K. J ; f. g. WUtts.
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fur brasar. stieotftr, bmms bWwsbI SS-
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arar'a eliMim ubuml
The caaooaASBrb jf soag aadi tykosudbt she
gaait tirTHirlats sui iuaaajAat 4aa
aas, cj.t:i tot thaaaal)-"
A iiVer Ii-ui ajj pbbW ar estwss'dr
us traveiav iut of ssjujads, tu ttus
iuog piw.aiBiul .eLroayvctikc,
lUjaiis- kJIuJ UulsJl stMiJUr's txT
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Tb ralrtted yog actot. Robert
Mamrll, Hgtrrsft trwl'i ertgsfemcM
at 1b Hew Jlailorml Tmar on Mo
rlay rvinine wntl, apfrrttt rere In
tbrer1 of his most sncewisful n1ys On
MonrlAv. Tuvsday and Wettiresrlny
vrdrift and Wcrirday matlm-e he
will ptwent an ettfly prodetim
of Alexsmlcr Iittmaa, fsmons heroic
drains. "The Corsica Brothers." As
Zowft and Vnbitn rfes' FrantMUkr. Man
ttl ki! sddrd to hts fame as a roman
tic actor and hts dual Impersonation
bat bit n fivorsblv compared to
Fctotr and living's. (s Thnrsdsy
rd Fildsv evt filngs and Sttnrday mst
Hurt D'Ennerv's "Motibars" will be
SHm a i(ierb production A? Its
m Mr. Mscttll has aebb-ved a Well
rreaetved sur(e on Saturday eve
rtig Makespearc's Meal traoeily, '"H mi
ls ." will m played altb ft'inert Mta.
Ml as the Irinrt nf Ptnmtf. Tho
parttatatdln be wlt fitted to this
arm's eminent abitlires and his melan
cbf.Iv Punt Is a most Impressive p r
Altraoali' Bmmi Oftste tlett.
The prreBfltally ouihfttl player of
juwnire rote will be the attraction next
week at Albawshs Qratrd Opera Houe.
Mm Mltchtll always retains that girlish
rtianm-r. which r as much due to her
natural iioaltiips as to art. Her present
engspi rtient will be of more than must
lull tut t her admirers, as she epp-srs
hi five of her best characters. Tin1
prosrsmme for Ihe week has been sr
rsngtd ss follow- Monday and ittir
daj nights, "rUi " Teday night and
?atnrdsy mstlm, the ever weir rni-i
"t'anchon." Wednesday night, "Little
Bert foot:' Tbursdsy. "forIe." and
Ftldsy, "Jane Eyre." In ail these
plays Miss Mltrhtll has frequently ap
pealed In this city, and her Impersnna
lions of the leading rAt are remem
bwrd as highly artistic and enjoyable.
The opening piny, '"llay, ' xvhlcli was
wrliten especially for herby C. Wallice
Wallers, was pmlured here last stas m
and rtreived "alth favor. It is a piece
admirably adapted to Miss Mitchell's
pt culler powers The supporting com
pany has been csrefully selected, and
Inclmlis Howard Gould. It I' JIc
C'lHDnln, Kdward Poland. Oenrge W.
Deyo, Shrrhlan Tupoer. P. T. .1'ihnson,
Oeorge Msynsid, Phil McCarthy. Ma
Ilutrnnghs, Jennie Cirroll. Annlo
Chase, Carrie Frsncis ami K nma
llnnl.' llljnii Tliratrn.
The graceful young comedian,
Charles T. Kills, has mule so many
friends by former appearances in this
city that the mere Announcement of bM
coining should lie ul1lclent to Insure
large audiences. He has Ijeautlful
tenor voice, which gained him tinny
compliments, and it Is ssld that he hai
luiprnved Id bis singing since last seen
hue. Ills style is very simllsr to tuat
nf I. K. r.tiutut. and he has the ner
iin1 magiit limn that umle this fam i
coniidlHU mtli a nubile favorite In
fact, be Is i.xpec'iil to fill the niche In
theatricals Hint Emmet will leave vi
rant. His tinging snd dancing '.villi
thllilten l)He a cbsrm that enlUti the
a4.'mltstlubir every h mile nee ami put
evin the coldest people for the time
biltig en mppurt wllli the tenderer
nhassa of human nature. The olot or
' Casper the Yodler ' Is famllhr to
msny. It presents an Interesting story,
with much to command at'entlon la the
way of situation and climax. Its
strong! at intrit is Its entire adapU
Irflliy to the accomplishments of Mr.
KIHs. The scenery which will be umd
Is handsome and eulioritle, and the cist
III be such as to Insure u presentation
that Is satisfactory In every detail.
Seats for the eegagement are now on
sale at the box oltlce.
Krrniln'a Xrl anhlnelun Tliaittrn.
Ktrnull's blgb class vandeviirbs will
make their flr" spinarsnce nt Kurnan's
Theatre next week Tbe i-ompany Is
beadeil by the great Irish comedian and
character artist, Harry Kernoll, and la
cludis many aeLnnwlcdged specialty
artists, among whom may be meatiooed
the Sisteis Coulson, Illnus and Iiurns,
Wilton and Kelson, Charles Harding
and little Ab Sid. Fisher and Clark,
Harry La Hose, Itogers Iirotbers anJ
I'ellx and Claxton. Air. Kernell has
made a great bit In the one act musical
comedy, entitled "McFaddea's Elope
ment, which concludes the perform
anee, and introduces the pretty youog
soubrette, Lotta Hyde. Seal now on
Sam Devere's Company, which Is far
above tbe average specialty perform
aace, will give a grand holiday matinee
to-morrow (Thanksgiving day) Sam
will have many clever sayings, and sev
eral original songs suitable to tbe occa
sion. StUa Cbapiuan's Sawe,
Miss Edythe Chapman, who appaars
ia "Held By tbe Enemy" at Harris'
Bijou this week, Is a remarkable ex
ample of the results that may be at
talced by a course of systematic study
for tbe stage. Tbe dramatic tralahig
school does sot. as a rule, stand
especially high ia tbe estimation of
pjMipte who believe genius to be a purely
Heae-borB affair, but there U uo dl
potiag the fact that Miss Cbipsaa
bows on her very rlrat profeasioaal ea
gagemeot a polish and delleacy of ex
pretsioa that is rarely met with except
la exporWaeea artist. Her native abu
by aad keen artistic percaptioa has en
abled Uer to psosU by tb lustructioa
aha received lu a aaaaaar that puts bar
very tar ia advaace of the or dlasry be
giaar. Ur portrayal of the character
of MuJA Mt&Mr W adamirabht ia itself,
aasl wheal all th faata ate take iat.j
cHiBWraiioa it U extraordiaary.
Hill Tbvjr lliuMi Ska WaruittsV
rum Uu BiMvJwmie Under.
The result of the lata ejaetioavi
thioughoui the ctmatiy is Is the aaitue
of a serious check to the hWfpubUoaa
icbaixe of ceairaiizalioa. Tbe pradfe
tfaB that the pauete would ntssst what
was aoibiog it thaa a pioooaod
ahrhtooieat of their rlgbU hat bee
rJaMilra. The policy of unjust Use
los hM haeai rebukasf the auatgeatioA
of bajoavfcte is Aaiarica eaacwNM ba
bras fwaaaddowu. The people have
ataertad their sovereigaty, aad it re
aaalsw sisaoly for Uw party now la
pswer to deiiphtfr Aa hw4writia ua
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4itaat laws for rich a4 poor. Itw
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usaa la too auch' 7eaa of giillbiai
of dollars are too wuch la the cosWs of
oae asaa whose wi) ant starving
ia atos ia the shadows of his great
aritlJ and factories. These se cau-ias
that reach 4oa to the toot of tha
UouhJe. Waawa we our atasaaaaaa,
iphjo are aUo rrihBaatkrinsiti VrTiri of
thaar kind to tahe tha aaaMai la hand
laittttgeatly. fxle aad vigorously
tw Ag saseaaasa.
Mr. OwsBiaaal aM aoaw good thbga
at the jacefasra' htai,mit ia New York
Tbe tiaue or occaaloo i waAtiaa at
which be did not All Ij He i'jco;. tt.L
u-eiuaxe A big b . lulli ..
CCG fND BOY UNifED.
8rmw-a mn mot nt w of
on to m othw.
rM at ta raeSf ar .WMrtt rtrt
T rsfi ItSN AMTWfi Tthr
mm tsm isrnws a tv ittset.
nttir to It hit
!t;w To, Jfjrt, 2g fisectwa swm
to bav crotwd tlw rWatjk9frrrgii'sl
operation of transplanting a bona from s
dog to a lea of ,tnhy (a.Mns, which
WsS r formed by Irr. A. M. Pbelfwat
the Cbsrltv Hosplml on tMckeeli's
Island ab'.nt ten days ago. Boy and dr
are one. Their flesh mm grown togetbet
sr! evervthlaglndrcatesthat theft b.me
have begun to unite.
S ace the ors ration r-vety pret aution
baa been taken by Dr. Phelps to prevent
My information '.nt the patient be
ing iten to the public. The boy a-nl
the dog were pi iced In a room by them
selves ami nobody has been admitted ex
rept the bouae wrgwms ami nurses aad
an ocraslooal friend of Dr. Phelp.
A gentleman last night, however, who
Is almost as well Informed about the
case as Dr. Phelps himself told all he
knew about the none grafting opersttin.
"I think I can safely say, he said,
"that all of the Indications are largely
in favor of surruss in the attempt to en
trsft a piece of ihe d gs bone into the
h g Of the boy. Their flesh has grovn
ti'Bether arid nnlc sll slcns fad union
lies ht-cun between thMr bones."
The gentleman described the plas'er
rsst, and ssld that there was no truth
in the asseitlon that nothing reliable
could be learned aliout the sticess or
fsllute of the operation until tbe
plaster casts thst hind the 'toy and dog
toccther have been removed.
Sl a day bss passed that Dr Phelps
has not Inspected the wound, and, If
netd be, the exterior of the connection
between lioy ami dog could have been
dressed without disturbing the plaster
cast on Johnny's leg, the plaster cast on
the dog, or the planter bands that hold
their logs firmly together.
Probably tbe most certain Indication
of union between tbe bones, and n
jMilnt upon which gteat stress Is llwtiys
Isltl by Hirgeons, Is the furt thst ever
since therpiratlnn the temp-raturos of
lailli the boy and dog have been normal.
Fiver Indicates Hint Union of broken
bones Is not progressing- favorably.
Not until the dog's upper forearm Is
cut nwny from the boy's lee will It be
kaown beyond tbe possibility of a doubt
that tbe canine bone has become amal
gamated with tbe boy's
The final operntlan nf separating
Johnny ami the dog Is not likely to be
made for at least a couple of Wdeks.
IIih Mtriirtiu Mlilch Will Unlta Nmr
tmk Mlii I Ne .lernev.
Nkw Yoiik. Nov. 20. The coinml
sh i ers of the New York nnd Now Jer
ey ilrlde Company held at i a
ihuslsstlc mietlng Vestrnlay, nnd t ie
I'teHCce of Colonel V K. II i'n, m .n
sger of the Klevaletl Itsllroail system,
was thought to indicate a business re
Utliiiiriilp between the bridge and
Manhattsn company. Colonel Ilatn
spoke In glowing terms of the big
brldf e, and added that It would be con
nected with every ridlroad In New York,
and a continue us Una from Hostou ami
Montreal to Western points he did not
Thomas C. Clarke. Ihe engineer, who
has charge of the preliminary work,
presented an elaborate .report to tha
commissioners. This report embodied
everything relating to the proposed sites
for the ends nf the bridge, Its probable
cost, especially of Its approaches, its
span ami tbe maenltlcent unlun depot
on Broadway. These plans were (lis
cussed fully, but tbe commissioners
decided that it would be inadvisable to
make public tha site of the bridge lu this
illy before next week.
One of the commissioners said, how
ever, that the New York approach to
tbe new structure will be In the imme
diate neiebborhord of Forty-second
street. Tbe commissioners were pleased
to bear from Secretary Charles II. Swan
that none of the railroad companies op
posed the plans of the new bridge. It
Is estimated that Ihe bridge can be built
In thirty months, ami depots, ap
proaches and all within three years,
Tbe work will begin In March next.
Tbe cost of this structure will be
130.000.000. There will ha eight tracks
ou the bridge. It will, of course, be a
suspension bridge, and Its elevation in
tbe centre will be 135 feet above title
water. All lines of railroad terminating
in Jersey City ami adjacent cities will
run tbeir ears directly over the bridge
aad into tbe heart of tbe city.
Engineer White exhibited an elaborate
plea of the new depot that will be built
ou Bioadway ia toe slgbborbood of
Forty-second street, ami the eommU
siosers say that it will be the handsomest
sod biggest edtflie of tbe kiwi ia Amer
ica, It will be tbe termiBUs of all tbe
gieat railroads la tbe country, laeiudtag
tbe Pennsylvania. Erie aad all sysleeu
approach lag tbfai city.
KAl&TEAD ANB WISE.
XttUltte 31 wi Willi Left tba flow
Wkertt Ttiuy Galaiul Fuuia
Xurat Halataad aat oa oae of tha set
tees aloag the corridor of tha Fifth
A ream tha other night ehatsiag with
Joan S. Wise, says tha New York
Star' 'Maa About Towa," aad as I
pasted theas by tha thought raa through
asy asiad that haw wara two aaea of
stroag ladivUluaiiiy, iiBfiiiaatioaad Ui
eat aad braiey r -ources, each of whom
had kft bis impress ua the eotiatry's
affairs, yet both of whoaa were to day
feeling the gaawlag pangs of awa't
iagratMisaa to laaa. Both have laft tha
places ia which they geiaed iaata, aad
have settled dowa aaaoag ua aow to
reap a gohtaa harvest. It U pratty wU
determined, I aai told, that Halataail
will acver again direct the editorial
policy of tbe Ciaciaaati (Vwatawtaf
ViucMs. aad I doubt whether ha will
ever return to that city as aa usual
rcaideat- He clalaM to na protty wait
coatee tod over U Broohlya. whatahls
bresay ihat over Use fejadsUr "M- M."
Waawy gaowf ia favor, hut what a
pouter those lastiais oace aetata the
poslska of Ohio'
Joha Vhw givas proudaa of batter
iaaulsf ia the race fe r wealth thaae two
suea are ruaaiag bxc, fur he haa taaty
odd J ears the better of the Ctaciaaatl
editor, aad h) foMoariag a autre paoat
able caJMag aa jousaaHaui Aa law
M already has a aayiag practace, aad
1 aaa kdd that U i growlog rapbily.
but sJ.tboiigb he lives aatoag us hts
heart Ms the Uid Poatiaioa. as isako
hb) turalag daaira to gat eaaa with
Mahuse. That is oae of tha thiag ha
)iva for, aad probably tha sole reaoa
by he ru dowa to Yiggiaia at cost-vt-aUua
ttovea aad oa ekcaiga day.
Viae hongs to gat bis IgglgiHi atMMt, aaw
U he aVaaitJaa ttk GeaarsJakU haa
hard 4mm gettiag to the f tout agaia-
M&kc TluukKitiL, a laj,, y day Cvr the
L 1 buying Uiciti t. in tuii Tits beat
ft.! i Lv tt:t tl t ti ICLiiu-xi. Jt . w V
i -lU-Lf i. II li HM i"a ui u.
"SPIRITS" STAT THE BORIAl.
tHM Wnsy-Ort!.! i-BtrMe It is as ret
PWaott ! Ovate
ftAawoirrtwt, N T., Jfov. 21.
Tbvjwgh life apparently departed from
It More tk-sn a Week sgi, tbe form of
Oeotge W. Fsy, lncloeil In a cofrtti,
still Ilea In hts bom here surrouo'led
by Tous relailvea, who have biea
warned from the spirit land to keep np
their ghastly vigil, for the family ate
all pTrttaalrsts Dr. William ftodgva,
who attended Fay In his last Illness,
and who declared la bis certificate that
he dted on Tuesday morning, the 19th
int , of "kidney disease." no states
thst his connection with the cam ended
when he Issued the certificate of death,
and thst tbe sensation rafted over It
Was ' confounded nonsense." "The
man," he addni, "Is as dead m any
mortal can be. '
A few dys ago all ttammoaton wat
dlspoMil t lnlleve that Fay w not
dead, lint In a trance, bat the em
pbsilr utteiances of the doctor, corn
bleed lth tu, deniable evidences of de
composition, has laused a revulsion of
senium nt. To dy the entire e
mntiity mourns him as dead except
three t-f hts risters, who, buoyed up by
messages from the sntrit land, still
cling to the hope that he will revive
Monday night they were reported to
be In silent communication with the de
parted one. who told them not to bury
his body until they could fed satisfied
thst life had surely deputed. There
upon they returned to the chamber of
the dead. There belay, rigid ami Iran
tjull, In his silken concb. yet his f ice
wore the same nt-ldy hue as in life
"He Is not dead, but slerpeth." the
spiritualists said, and so thev again de
frrrtil the burial end continued their
gruesome consultations. Separated from
Tier husband for years, though not di
vorced, Mrs Fay Is III In Boston, ami
unable to join Iter children here.
The end of the weird story is not far
distant. Kven Spiritualists possess the
sense of smell ami If nothing else will
convince tbcm that life has Indeed de
patted the odor that will nrlse from the
casket lo dsy will surely hasten Its re
moval to the peaceful cemetery of Green
Mount near by. Not the least Interest
Itig fsct In connection with the nauseat
ing affair is that Fay himself had no
faith In spirits, excepting alcoholic, of
which he was very fond. And this, by
the wy, Is given by many as the reason
for the remarkable preservation of tbe
body. A heavy drinker, it Is not at all
unneutral that I hi alcohol In hit sys
tetn shculd have acled as a preservative
FOR UNLIMITED COINAGE.
Sitter Man Inclined In Force I.ecUtn
linn Hid Co in I nc SeMton,
Nkw Yoiik. Nov. 'JO. A Washington
peclal to the JleriiU says: "It Is clearly
the Intention of' the silver men to force
legislation In their favor at the coming
setslon. Tltclr present purple 1 to
work lor unlimited colnaeM. lor cimu th
sddltlonal purchases to nlTet (tie rmlre
mint of the .f,0Q0.000 of 'nnk mites
which have been withdrawn from elrcn
latlon within the ptst twelve m-inths,
end for free coittaee. limiting th- mr
I'hnMs to the product of Amerlnn mines
until inch 'Ime ss Frstce anil (termmy
may throw open their mint t th Uer
of the world.
"Due of these measures, very probably
the first, will, they Insist, paw More the
1th of March next. Careful Inquiry,
they tell mu, convinces them that n
number of tbe llepubllcans, as well as
Dtmocrnts, who either dodged the Issue
or voted against them last summer, will
fall Into line at the coming session and
support any proposition Indorsed by
them. The real lesson of tho recent
election, I hey think, was on emphatic
approval of their ourse, and tho legis
lator who falls to profit by that lesson
will have strong cnuto to regret bis
moral and political blindness.
"The leaders of the silver movement
find no significance In tho prevailing
low price of that commodity. The
high fieures which followed the pas
sage of tbe Flvo Million Ounce bill
were purely speculative and represented
nothing beyond that. The present
price Is the natural reaction combined
with the large recent Importations from
abroad, when tbe English holders of
the metal shipped it to this country,
owing to the urgent necessity which ex
lited there for available funds."
GOULD'S COMPREHENSIVE PLANS.
lll Direct III .UUotlon to tbe An.
Iliraclta Cuul-I'ruiliiclnc Idtllroailt,
New York, Nov. 26. Those persons
who believe that Mr. Gould's plans for
a reformation of corporate practices are
sufficiently comprehensive to Include
the Atlantic seaboard, are satisfied that
be will direct his attention In time to
the anthracite coal producing railroads.
His interest in Delaware, Lackawanna
and Western Is well known, and it bos
been common gossip that he has had a
feud with the capitalists who control
tbe Philadelphia ami Heading Hallroail
for reasons not connected with the coal
11 r Uould bos dented emphatically
that be is responsible for the reports
Ibat have been circulated of bis hostility
lo Ptfetmaster General Waaamaker,
who I a prominent mamber of the syu
db'ate supporting th Heading property.
But tbe actios of tbe Reading ia rtda
lioa to eoal mlciug furnishes aa opaor
tuaily for blai to exereiae bU persuasive
posters toard peace.
Tba trade journals report tha coal
laislaesa to be la a state of dullaass,
with sleeks of coal accuuuuatiag at
tldawater aad interior poiats. By aowut
coal aiaa tha Beadiag U chargaa with
aslaiag opatathMS, which result ia a
coal output exceeding Ua o,uoia, as la
forui&Uy agreed itpoa batwaaa tba dif
fereat coanpaaiee. Tha produotioa it
sahl to be la excess of tha dVwaad, aad
tha Beading ia charged with prasaiug
its woik with aa effect unfavorable to
AaStti If Mlh BtJMUBT.
A aafe Mttt But UtCbt HulWJoc
Dutruycd by I'l re.
ilumoii, lao., Kov. at. Aa laeaa
diary are early yesterday utoruiag
caused a loss of ?-tU.uut. OabuaW
Mg8 were deatroyad. Tha orbtia sf tha
are wsj uahaowa uafU yaiBaaaay aftar
aooa. whaa looklag tarougb the tub
tha safe of Bryaal. Qowd Jp Co. was
uacovesed. Upoa eTsjailaarlna it was
diauoverad that two hoars had baaa
drillad ia the aoor aad that it had baaa
forced oaea. It la auppoaad that bur
glars had eau-ttd the bulldiag aad attar
ridlag the safe bred tha building to
hide their work The im of Bryaal.
Sowd & Co. Is a wealthy oae, aad their
safe had about l. ia curraocy,
aotes aad aat'urith. Tha Iraj's Vaasas
aggrctiau: about fSO.oUft- TaayaraoaJy
uuured for $1,300 The olhMloaata
are a ToUow
O. C. MoaWr. fei.aJ0, J E Hryaa.
.000, toreiaaura0B, Uaaaa Whjaa.'
ijmmiui ar aaAlaL
Such irkjat at paa"t a4 thhagjad as't
appear lo uoublsi Jay flooid very a .a..
Basks n.ay saaaah aad broswsa hcaaJi.
but Ox u-oJOd i.ltUu bw I'-god BUd
RUSSELL BARRROrVS PROPOSITION.
He Wsnttrt itib Win Room teeTaw
r rv ftr ..1110-
Swv Tonic, Nov ? - Tire .'a'
Washington coTmpondent sy ''Tne
telebrated Blue Hoi m at trre White
Home haa been in the bands of the
fomtsners and drcorstors for the past
few weeks, and glowing descriptions
ate mv being given ont of the beontlet,
than nave been wrought and the large
STrmaof money that have been expended
In making this little reception room
more attractive than It ever w, even
when It bad been arranged by the cood
rsareof Mrs Grow Crevelaml. What
has not teen before published, however.
Is tbr fact thst an attempt was made by
Mr Hossell Harrison, the srn of the
Preidini,to convert tbe refurnishing
of the room Into a source of cssii
for the bem-fit of ihe rrewsptpnr of
w hit n he Is part owner.
"The ''icotnting bss been done bv a
firm in llsttford. of which a Mr Yer
geron Is a member This aentlem n is
authority for the statement that Rit'ell
Hntrion npproacbed him in the Excci
the Mansion a few days ago and sug
gested that his firm pay the sum of f."on
to Frank I.nUt'ii luntfraltd Xtrrtpnntr
for the privilege of having published In
It an Illustrated and exclusive desert n
tlon of the decorations of the historic
Bine Hoom, Mr. Harrison offering as
nirsrires at the same time that steps
would be taken by the proper persons at
the White House to prevent Ihe room's
being shown to sny one until after the
illustrated advertisement should appoir.
Mr Ymrson says be consMpred the
propotlon, but did not accept it, hav
ing detetmlmd that he could get all the
necessaiy advertising for nothing."
CLIMBED TO AN "L" ROAD DEATH.
A Stun Mnnelxt tiy nn Ilnclno triilla
Bhookms, N. Y., Nov. 96. A man
whose fragmentary remains could not
be identified was killed about daylight
on the Flflh Avenue Brooklyn Ele
vated ItsHtonil yesterday mornlnz.
Engineer Ysu Fleet was slowing up and
was within a few feet of the stopping
place when he felt a jar and his engine
stopped short, tbe front of It having
ttocil up from the track, ills engine
listl struck the tinoberved stranger,
and, going back a few yards, the en
gineer found the mangled mass face
f'otidtirtnr U'ICeefe and Engineer
Van Fleet were arrested to await the
result of the Coroner's investigation.
The railroad olllchili have n theory
that the man climbed up the structure
from the street below, with tho Inten
tion of stealing a ride on the train, nnd
ibat he was run over accidentally be
fore lie could reach the platform.
RAILROAD TROUBLE SETTLED.
Tlie Itrle Line Come tit nil Agree
liirlil Willi ll llncliieeri).
Nr.w Yohk, Nov. SO. Second Vlcu
President Thomas of the Kile said yes
terday that an acreement had been
reached with the engineer. "Tha
company made no important conces
sions," be said; "the engineers came
around of their own accord after sev
eral conferences. Whore we are pay
ing lese than other roads we shall raise
the pay of tba men. This Is all wo can
do, except to grant them a few favors
pertaining to runs and local regulations.
I think the englocors went away satis
fied. 1 had a conference with tbe
trainmen, and I shall alto liavo one
with the firemen. I have presented
tbe same arguments to thorn as to tho
enelneers, and I hne tho trouble will
pens riff quietly. I allowed them the
same considerations ss the engineers "
A BANKER'S SON ACCUSED.
A 1'rliuiier on Trlut fur Hteallue Telia
b Hturtllnc Htory.
Wiieemso. Nov. 20. Things took
a sensational turn yesterday in the trial
of Henry B. Seybold, charged with
stealing fjl.000 from the Bank of
Wheeling. Tbe defendant went on the
stand ami swore that he did not take
the money, but that it was taken by
Henry W. List, a son of one of the
pattDurs and himself a heavy stock
holder In the bank.
Seybold sworu that on tbe afternoon
of April 10. 1860, List came to him and
asktd blm to meet him that night. De
fendant went to tbe appointed place, and
sboitly after List cameup, having forty
eight bundles of $500 each wrapped up
in s newspaper. He told defendant to
take it home and take care of it, and
that if it was found out be would Btand
between blm and trouble Defendant
took the money, kept it In tbe ceilar until
It became damp; then put it in the garret
to dry, ami, lastly, carried tbe packages
up town, a few at a time, and deposited
them In bank, te'llng the cashier he bad
drawn a prize In the Louisiana Lottery
DEATH FOR AN ASSAULT.
Urare Clark' Atisllaut Will Unucfur
WiiMiKoTOX. Dbu, Nov, -!.
Shakespeare Ilaevae, color ail, alias
Jti-ub Starkey, indicted for felonloujly
acksulllag Grace Clark, a pretty white
gill of over lv years of a;e, oa Sapteta
her SMI last, oa tbe farm of tbe victim's
fuller, near New Castle, was eoavletad
la Ihe Court of Oyer aad Tamil a r here
yvateiday afteraooa. Tba jury retirad
at Id. lu o'clock aad raturaad with a
verdict of guilty aa iadtoted two hours
later The puaJshaaaat is death.
SekuitdUpp Is Unique.
Us CeAuNtM (UUM UiaUk
Mr. tsehuUsUaap is presides t of tha
CoMuuauial Club of OiaciaaatL It U
ugMatad that tha Governor call
aaather extra tasiton of use Lagiatature
tn csiaaifee that aaiaa.
Is a coastUutloaal aad sot a tonal lUwtaae,
aa4 tbwefure It laaaft be uured ar looal at
Hlksttnas- It rsqulww a soaatWnttnaal re
wiy Haa Bund's SarssaarIHa, Hulet. wortiiia
thrnaasi tbe Wood, sraaltsiitas Mm uaoaru'
wsavb eaaaas & urossotes taa ilsaaase aBdl
t Seats atierswinant ease. TaoaasasU el aao
lila lasstfr to tha acLia of Hood's asresi
rttl u a tssaaay fur latarrii waaa otbor
Fseaarattuas bad tauad stosMt's aaraatasruta
alas aauas n? tba waoia sassasa aret asakes
joatoatrBBwmBS is health aa ssaanata- All
wbosager twos uatarrb ur 'laauar aou!4
uertaiaif te KuW armaT",,l a lu trUl
A ILMII t MC-
"ibtm beau taalag Hour's aaraajaruu for
the vast tour mass at iaaervaja- I was
troubata watt aad tha saaitiiisa el
bwiMdaiwrtsotetue I takait aowaua
ever l iml aatwutated aad hatamts gtses aw
ussBaaaaM straagta. aaaalatas taa boweU
aad ai eaeallaat ajaatita."-La
Caaraau. Varkersburg, V Vail-
- aara to v uaJ
hold bf all drugatou. Si. klx torts I"re
lriJ u,r bT C I. UUUJU 4 UO Ucli, aui
la Basaa ttue slullnr
TVAS ANOTHER CLETELAND.
lliw th Fx-rtetntit' Ailmleeni In
Sw tivteans wre Itoarent.
li-wToittt, Nov. 81 A special to
the tttrnlA front JTew Orleans snys ibt
oti Monday an aetot named Creveland
reenred a brtb In a Pullman from At
lanta for New Orleans. Some wag tele
graphed along tbe line that Cleveland
was on the sonth bound train, and It
soon became noled abroad that the
Cleveland In question was the dtnln
gulehed ex President. The result was
the people tnrntd ont to do him honor.
At Montgomery, where the train
arrived at 7 o'clock Monday night, a
large crowd assembled, ami the State
cadets came out to do honor to the dl
tlngutsrwd New Yorker. It was an
nounced, to the great disappointment of
lire crowd, that Mr. Cleveland hl
misted connection at Atlanta and w ml I
be on the next train, which would pi
Monte-ornery late at night.
When the train arrived at Mob"e
another large crowd was found at tbe
depot, althomtb It ws 1 o'clock. The
rnre Informed thst Mr Cleveland ws
really on tbe train, but hod retired Tie
New Orleans mornlne pipers an
nounced the coming of Mr. Cleveland,
one printing a sneclal from Montgomery,
saying he would arrive at i o'clock yes
There was a spontaneous movement
lo make welcome the expected gtteat.
The Mayor prepared to make an official
call upon him. various commercial
bodies appointed commltteea to wait
upon blm and tender the hospitality of
tbe city. A liox at tbe opera was pre
pared for blm and handsomely deco
rated, and the entire people prepared to
do him honor. There was much dis
gust when It was discovered the train
brought the actor and not the ex Presi
dent. GODFREY WHIPS SMITH.
The Calami Man rrorcil Ills Superior
ity In Tnentj-Tlileo Itonntl.
Nnw Yokk, Nov. 20 The glove
fight belween Qeorgo Godfroy. the col
ored fighter Of Boston, and Kd. Smith
of Denver, took place last night on the
stage of Cronhelm's Theatre, Hoboken,
and resulted In a victory for Godfrey.
Jcrc Dunn acted ns referee and held
the $3,000 ptirse given by the club
Kx umpire John Kelly wastlmc-kecper.
Godfrey was seconded by Frank
Steel, the Boston lliriit-wcight, nnd
Jimmy Campbell. William Miildoon,
tho wrestler, nnd Jack Ashton, the
heavy weight, who wob recently de
feated by Godfrey, looked nflcr Smith's
From the start ll was seen that Smith
was overmatched, Godftcy punishing
him at will. Smith, however, made, a
same fight, and scvoral times resumed
his work after be was apparently dono
The fight continued with GoiUrey
gaining advantages In nearly every
round, until twenty two rounds were
In the twenty-third round GoJfrdV
IhiUiI In lo finish his inau. ami
landed a heavy right bander on Smith's
car. Smith stcggcied to his cornsr and
nearly fell, but made nn iffort toiwnln
put up his bauds. Iteferee Dunn, how
ever. Mopped the fight then ami tlieie,
ssltig "I am now able to decide the
matter. Godfrey wins."
Mttldoon at once challenged Godfrey
to light Jake Kllraln, who was among
the spectators. Godfrey made no an
swer to the proposition.
FOR A GOOD SHOE
son i Care's
For an Easy Shoe
WILSON & CARR'S.
We Barry tbe Beat Use o( I'ateat
Leather bes fer Ladles aad Oea
ttsaies at It a pair at
Wilson & Carp's
I'ukliluuable hlioo yieu.
sr. 029 r NTiti:irr -. ,v
WaibtttgtOB. D. O.
-t buu u wvjic ii.ti.TiJiouK sTiti:trr.
CNPKKCKDBWrgU gJILK OP LOT? AT
Formerly Knowles. on ilu.- lute uf ttie Xetro
pollUB Braiu.li oX the B. X O. X. K.
Tbe Moot BeaelHul Haeor Hnntaai'eAbum
ttw Cky of WasbUitftua.
Thji luta al Kenaisstou Park am
raiiidly. Jtsay of war beat i-kixaa have
fvd vImi. navdd ifttiturtf kaaifd aaBawalkji.
uses stJ ue buaas ua nry tut aad Asa
rwiUBcc utv BvUtiuuMia of panaisnaunr sad
stabUity. Asuaig rw-eut pucL-aMaca in B
v w .. nku Baj tfc. giffkiMa lnaa BBd
la now eruciioe a TtM,fiM bouaa. wUub will be
aaauioa u me buj dbbiuuui ntm
Li-ra: Ur Buatnl. tka wall kuuwu
Mtaas attooiBy. bas paitMarii tlmm toU;
BJiyinror H B Looker, twu lota; 8- B. Claik.
two kits, Mr Trutadcll. wiu bits. B F 611
bsxt, G L. WSSTo B Mitchell. V B.
Jaorjaa and assay uthars. Mr XeOoaiss. the
waU&Bovo aitd aupulasitui&M uf tab otty,
will aburtly build a Oracstote a-t the Farfc
The UMBtrai.1 Ua twes idveafur the vrttloa
of a aaaetifiii opm at taa rara
FbssJis Uurkaa at gaBiaaos have isMitive
(bb waswm waai au wuarar
BwUali waaa oosafcinsa afcsU be aoav
to tba aavcswi of BmaiBgton aad
tu the froat rank uf ail suburban
To tue rent paylstf (taufle sad tboas aaTtaa
a tw dollar to auace tMSfb swash w w
aay Juat a Wutd, Hub t lat sooths wsok Mas
mat loux lurada w out Mseiag Kaaahwto
fetect a 1U fur a ooase ur lay tie louaMtioa
fur a aai Bad ouod hureatBauU wlthOMt sW-
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gouito b'tiniilBfton. LoLiata
eatolaflB. Bias of tots froi
WauaareMBt- Buy oa taa
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suaBteteat. Buy oat the axooaa war.
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eartha of of the Reriticnt - .
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Held by the Enemy.
Orhrlnal Properties ami Scenic Kffc ts.
Grand Tl anksylvinf: Matinee
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THIS WKKK Ijullcs' Matlncn TomuiuW
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til Icliutl mill ltrrrrsliliiij Niuclnlllrs
Nest Wick-HARRY KKItNKLL'S CO.
lUNKSOIVINO DAV AT I1ENX1N0.4
Oatas Open tu the Public
ISOCIIAltOK FOH ADMt SIOV.
TROTTlXa AND HUNSINO KAl EJ AT t
O'CLOCK r, M.
I'rlie FbootlnK Match for Tiirkoj wi.
lake plnco In mornlnjc.
Train. leaves HOT. rovCOtt
GLOBE TllKATltR-WKEK OK NOV. CI.
.Matinees Monday. Wednesday, FrlJjr
NED HOWARD In TII81TAI IAN l'ADIt )NL
Popular Prices, 10, 30r,
GrsBil Kitm Holiday Matlnej Thankl.i:i
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TSSlttli Street Nortbwoit
Beat aad JIot l'fiiotloal Imtractlon
Braabs In Now York, Iloiton, I'lit'ai:
pliltt, Chtoasu, Paris, Verlln, London, e'-,
AC-tDBMYOF THE UOLY CROSS.
HIS Mats. Ave.,
Afford! every facility for acquiring a th- r
ootfh education In Uterituro, muilo and art.
Tbe Instruments taught are piano, barp. vio
lin, Eullar, mandolin and banjo. Languages,
general voeal, drawing and fancy work free,
Tl ,KADVILLE THEOLOQICAL SCHOOL,
Bdueates for tbe CbrUtlan Ministry. Hica
rest and tuition free. Aa entrance fee of JX)
fer cs, bat aad eare of room. Allexnecse
swdrate. Term bsglaa SEWEMUER SO.
REV. A. A. LIVERMORB, D. D.,
Proldetit, HeadvUle, Fa,
pUTUHR'S COLLKCJE FHEFARATOHY
Nsw BruBswtsk, N. J,
BeardtBg Saboel for Boys aad Youog Me-.
Prepares far tbe best oollsges, sclent' do
ssboets er bostaess.
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peH; adTSBaact oanmas et study; very rl'
ant loeattOB; stean baed. tmo per year,
Tt 18 BAYARD'S IMTITUTE,
A Host School for Stria aad Young La 1' '!
Kassbw of boanUaaT puBtU limited to twer ty
BTnaHaat sdvaBliigBS la Miulc, Art and t;-'J
Laaaaaa, SyaMaeiaaa. Heasant gT.-nr ! -Haoltkhil
loeattea. PuitU boarded tlrc-''
tha sBBSaar Bvoaihs. Board, washing s- 1
tuBttaa la the Bagttsfc bsaaehes, $S0J r
sehotestte year. Bead far eifoular
The Be. ItQsnetatBSY K HOOl'Ei; CM
A., Hatad MnaSer. Baaw hoys received r
saeashBcs of tha haad asastar'a fat&iiy A
WtssfBl thaTf trf irtT" i''' Boc-r
has MM toft tA HBtvasd, Yale. Fr.n.c'-i
OaBaarhsa, T i hstiiii. Assaacat, Trinity, W, '
Fattrt. taaapoWa. Xo., aad has not bad a ' i
date fur qdsaBMlon sejauted.
Tl f tbh AIKBV8 BCHOtX. FOB uIRI s
BatatoUshad to MM. Fseeaxesfor c ..."
ymlaBd aosaa. The saethod by wblLhf'Q
aaavtal tninuatiai aaaeavaaatad wUi be fo.-
to the saooad eduaoa of Hiss Aiken a pirn
uUitC OB BiBBSBad Attention c v
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