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THE DAILY CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1890. 2he Daily Critic AWP rAPTTAl . 5Tk Onlf Dmoeratte Dnilf Paper Pnb- Mttd at Wmhinfton. kRY VMlMO , it tea wAgmNttTw cttmtj cesifAsr. orrtcn-. 99 O 8THB1T rtORf nri WAftJUMPrTM: CttT O. C. By Stft (ote prepaid), t yea " " t month rttrtttn the e'tM month 0 MftO flfcfttt ... mMgm,.c. "" WABtlWTP. P. C . 1890. OJI THE WAHPATB. Major J. O. Krrbrv. author or "Til !l Spy" tad a w. it known Wssfctag ton newspaper correspondent, ha -wtfHvfe another bmk. a very racy ow, cMttkil "On the Warrmtt " It optn wHk ike tlfntfirant sentence: "Thtt h cl a war story." Aortitis not Ith fnttrify book In whrta tbe author W a good many personal missiles, fllailng Ihtm at several well-known newspaper men or mis city, in ex pJatsilttt: the motive of these attacks the Major remarks somewhat apologetically: "It will be apparent to the most carnal ttar'ir that, in telling so many things that are sure to illpiease, the writer 11 ml at li t bettylng to be truthful, tven at the sacrifice or expense of jthlg meat or discretion. Xor has there been any feeling of bitterness or resentful nest: nor even the slightest disposition to 'get tn' with anybody. I conrese, Itewever, to an In born Inability to obey the fCtlptntal Injunction to turn the other ebeek. And, though enjoying the reputation of an Inrffenslre clijren, It Is my nature, without much regard to cense quenecs, to strike back at any one wl,o may attack." In his second chap ter the JIaJor docs sltlke back hard. AX IMPONTAXT CtlUKCU QCE3 TION. Animpottant church tiuesllon Is to lm decided by the Methodist Kptscopal Church limine; the months of October awl November. At some one time (luring these months every lay member, 21 years of age, of that denomination, will cast n vote for or against the ad mission of women as delegates to the ste-aera! conference of the Church. In 1S88. at the general conference In New .Yctk city, live women presented their rmlenllals as regularly elected dele- fate. The conference. coitieKwed e.v c naively of men, by a majority of twMty-aine vote, refused to admit inem. The question Is now to he voted u on by a'.l the members of the church, women aa well as men, but this action will not decide the matter, the vote being ordered merely to get an ex pression of the full church membership on the subject. The result will be can vassed by the annual confidence, and If three-fourlha of the members of these are agreed, women will be ad mitted as delegates to the general con ferences. As there are in the Methodist, as in all the churches, many more women than men, the result of the pre llminaty vote In the churches will be looked for with Interest as tending to (how conclusively the wishes of the women tbemtwlves In the matter. If the vote should be la the affirmative of the question, It Is Improbable that the ministerial vote la the conference will le east against the desires of the real pillars of the church. JIJND HEADING FIFTY YB.VK3 AGO. K. Auoaxobx JoHxaroM I a "mind reader" who is astonishing the people of Cbieego by bis perferaMBeet. Ooe of bis feats Is to find a needle that has been secreted by a person In a place un known to him. Hie latest was to Sad a nsrae la a ho'el register previously selected by a eommhtee, he being at the time in another party of theelty. Af ter the selection had been made, Jons wsr was driven blindfold! to the Grant! Fsejflc Hotel and Immediately found the page and name la the retjU ter. The hotel and adjacent streets were so peeked with people Interested In JoaxsveN's proceedings that all tiaane was suspended. The mind tensWi's ettait wu foltowW by a chill tsai was wiofweiled by a cataleptle flt tttM letted two amus. It will he w Mictebes! thai Msanp met year wai ibswwa ieio a eatateatk state as the re mit of s like feat. see) that death en tdts. Uiar as the aaiural leetUt ot lie atisck or fioea the surgeon's koife, w lit ct i be deter tniaeel The oraievemeeu of Bisdof aai JatUMVOK . jttaeerkaMe as Usey seem, ap pear laatgnjflfaat waea cosaswsea with the My wosnlerful 'Tensnasfaamfnts f AlBtu Datum, a wisui sealer ar ejafewaai who Uveal la Pasts aetata thft MBae. Dunn was only 17 yeaee ejsi whoa he atuactad the itaeattas of La) XONauwiy. Use KagUab asahaaaa 4ttr, Tae ambassador had eipteacaJ dooM as to the truth of the stories uM oi Puusa's power, aasl a mmttog wee lawgiMl at which were psaaaat Load Msmmammx. aaotlsar KeeHah mm - m "-w resv nr "papa esrtawmpsBssg Is4 Fnifft.i.aaur. Dwuu and Van ctUM, ftm Mead, and saeoral otar issaaajaa, HemuMW sjtkad Otntut is daatata the fosaser's couaary aouaa in Tfld After a Itute teHecHoa a cor Kit aad detailed deecrtpOoa of Uw gaUt- id giouads was gives), and Use ad Me f tssattaae actus eacty d- A youag Udy pstaeat eased a uuaeiioa. aad ha told net her sajajs ajad onef else wae a eVaese waftnneer M iw Qajasa. waath wae true. Lisd took hook, and havheg awntef of a og. Voa aatfd a laaienra ia it. not aaetac mm taa hook osst hai VvTifi aad the expsiciasaat van aavesal tljaMSt vitk auccaaa. Wnt. ivtm took taa of lwu aM fsdMlni to osm of tk eosjsp&uy, said- "TU aw aw I -mm mi led Uw day hafote yeetawaty -Mkadi toikai" Lkauut xeoUaJ: ajf a butb jtoLag to the JUe Laja Jat aciij.'i. tbva ou take the tiaia ik irsablcs jju uca got iiii ikiiuNie wiuve ii-iittii. r-c. tm Tail Ike aUUtaiy stkool the other giiadaanaa havhag teen educated there Tou saUua to Versailles you go to a pastry roo' Your rrmranlon rats threw little oike. You take bread. Yon return to Paris on the railroad by tin hft bank." finTltn' statement W c irmbortted by FiTrct.ARjr ft as btlnc comet In every detail. The iond Have ilonwiSBY ssW Attv ttmt, heaafrl: "In this bnv 1 bore plsced something; run von tell tnewhat ft Is" DtDttH replied: 'It Is a bracelet with a portrait, the likeness Is of Q.iwn Yrcwajn." And his Lordship, as might b supposed, Km sMonnded that thnictt ttmnU hurt hft tie ttttth exwtly. Thrte are only very few of the fests arrrinpltshtd by hntx Tm t in ! st of these tutpan aoythlfte per forned by the mind feadeti of the M. ins At.EatsitA (Va) nav nf testeidn) as- "It fs ntrrerstood that s. n f ! lf mrrratfc Congremen f m VI air la have accepted Invitation to freih in i.thir States during the coning fftitftlctit campnlfn In those S stes This Is nnt as It swonltt be. As It stems that neither the Democratic CrngtesMrnal rstnpalgn, nor the Xv tlcnal Dtmccratlc Committee, can or w 111 do anything to help the election of Di me cratic Congressmen In the Stutes this fall, the Democrats of each State rrnst take e-sre of their party's Interest? In their own nspectlve Stales. There Is plenty of work in Virginia this fill for each and all of her Congressman who mnlirsUnd snd can Intelligibly explain the nctl. r.albm and Iniquities of the Force and i he Tnft bills, fort'ie prevalent populnr lanorance conoera lng the provisions of those bills Is Just as patent in this State as it Is in any other. Formerly. Virgin tans were well Informed on all political questions, but times have changed In this respect as In almost every other. There are scvernl close dlsltlcts In Virginia, and work In tLcm will prctluce as good effects as aniwLeietlse." Tns AmnjeisTwvri'X Intend, tobeln lice on the line of duty question with the religious stntiment of the country as well as with the circus sentiment; that is to say. If Saint IIusskt can keep It In line and be is trjinir hard. Lately he decided that a soldier who had hurt his leg while going to church was entitled to a rension, going to church being In the line of duty. Some time ago he di cldtd that a soldier who bad bcon hurt bj the falling of n bench In a circus which ho was attending on a patawai In the line of duty and, therefore, oitl tlcd to a pension. With the churches i Lit tLe cliiuses why should n it iheil. O I'. succeed fore vet' . As intkhi.sti.no article on the hop ndustry In w York, In the In Itptn dtnt, says that this Is a ctop by which large fortunes Imvu been made, and qielly large men lost; that one p enliatlty of It is when It can be pur i l.a-id for nine or ti n cents a pound recple do not seem Inclined to specu late, but when It is twenty-five buy tetkleaily and too often lose heavily, Last fall good hope could be bought for nine cents, few bought, and the same quality is now selling lor from twenty to twenty two cents a pound. Last year the State's leld was 80,000 bales; this year It Is believed it will not reach 03,000. Ei-cuis Field jives the follovlng i a a specimen of the work of the humorous German poet, Hbiniok; "one," says Fikld, ' too little known to the readers of our land." He adds: "The appended verses are hardly a fair specimen of his work; hU humor is never of the best qualityIn fact, It Is hard to And a German poet whose humor ts particularly pleasing As I have taken seme liberties in dressing up thh humorous bit, you may ascribe what Is eood in It to Icei.nick and what le bad to me:" MlTSBo(- IMHNoS. .A oece 1 rsiebled !s Itwweojf I ibsnctu to !y, amid tbe brakt, A bunlf wao rh bis way batfda A fair and patilBg trsnqull lake. Tboui-k velvet beteKS sped kern and Utere, He let tbm uiatw tbrooek tb grt Not oce (mote be, but Itutily He blew fata born what eooid It w ? As os I strolled beside that lake A welly maid I ctuuwtd to see Flebiuu away for Ueny prey, But not a single one oaugfjt sbe; All rousd bar btwt tfae fltitcs leapt Ab4 gamboled to their bewu' eeoteat. Vet Bver a tliisg did the maid bet slug i weauer wnat on aorta it meaat I As later yet I roamed bv way A toetly tteed uWbetl load and loa& And an empty boat sped all aaeet w bete wi a waWaa mumc bee aeae; And undeiBaalb tbe uuiUm tfcaje w bkb yoiuler kiuil; witWwa ttfw 'J ogrtlur strayed a yu4b aad aU 1 ciu'i eipUin it all, esa you t M-iJon J O XiutMav's aew hook, ' On the Wbrpath, a Journey Oyer the Historic Grounds of tbe Late Civil War," U a volume of over three hue died pages. DoaojiuB, HsmjiaaciusT A Co. of Chicago are the fuhHsaew A-'adoubUdly the bjookwUl have a good sale, for it eoatataa mueh utetaatiag and some very racy mailer. UTESAKY XOTI& i'lwfiaiwr FxymimK $, who has just Ueuad ihsougii the aasas of D. Losbrop Ootaaway a tetws of pta dral geotogteal talk for youag fotaa, under the title of "Oa the Hills," U coaaccted with the Asaeficaa "rianar of Satural Iiitoy ia Sew Yotk. and is aa earth uslttrir peaeaVeal fnlfcu. He knows tka Mesa not tamug hooka but bhivugk iatlasate pesaoaal irjtnsat The hlvtii uf a gseat tadueUyUhe psoducsioa asd saswketig of Besaolaugs will he (test-ribed by Profeaeof J. 8. JiWBJw ia a wskk oa "The Fleet OH Wett" a Hea-r's Uaus" for Otsoktw. Wassa. aaoui thirty yean s, Use great oil weHs of WtnHan FeaaaylvaM wew opeawd, it wj gesv erally suppoasd that 'rack eii," aj It w caJisd, wae a newly Uaaovaaid material- But tke Peaaeylvaaia weals were by ao meaju the Ant Profaaaor Ncwatjiutv traces tke history of patoo kun back to remote period - a idiy, and tkoM ol oJy tkw lit cotucnodiay Vaoajsi ia ceatate couatrks thousaailt of yeaae ago, but that the deposits k Weateaa Peawylvania vera ioMUy kjaovaaad uuiased by a preUalonc Ti,ttt ludLUugaiila ackolar asd editor, Dr. Wuxja J Hours, has prepared a new edition of ' iiktaiw(t s Poems, which wiil auua be Issued by Ilarprr A Brother". Thli w ill he the first thoroughly annotated edition of the poems published In this conntry. Tbe Notes will embrace the results of tbe Iste Investigations and ellsroverres telvive to tbe hlstotyof the "donnets." together with mwe Mbllrt graphlcal and other Information of gtvst vein to the Shakerare stivlent. The test of all the poems Is giten !tnot omission or expurgation. Tbrotwikb Cmtft'a sethi of papers on South America, now betne pttblNhfd In "narper's Msealm." H attrsctlft wfrle attention not only on arctmnt of the freshness and timeliness of tte artretee, bnt alo bee uise of tin ta'na'sle character of the information which thy contain, and the evident good Jndgmeit which controlleil the writer while Minklnc and recording his observations. The second article, which appears In the raamtlse for October, is entitled "Agrfcnltnrel Chili " It contains an account of a visit to the sgrteultunl province of that country, describes tiie Chilians' methods of farming. Irriga tion, wim culture, etc., and states some Interesting facte regarding Immigration, labor and wages. The description of seme of the growing cities and towns, ard Mr. Cmi.u's account of railway ttaviling In that region, will be read with Bitrptlse by many persons who are wcvMomed to regard tbe South Amr lean States as countries but little bett -r than half civilised. The article Is very ft.lly Illustrated from drawings by T. de TnutMHur, W. P. Snydbh, V. llAMII.TetN GlttSON, W. A. ItooBRg, II. l?Ot.TON JOHKS, FbBDRMIC UBMlitOTnV, Gkoikik bb F. linvsit, and T. V- CllOMIKSKl. Mrs. Jwmib IIxkton Fkhmoxt has followed up her successful compilation, "Souvenirs of ray Time," with a new collection of files of life on the border, Far AVcst Sketches." Mrs Frbmont's whole life has been so directly1 as sociated with pioneer and frontier hop penings that few writers can tlval bar In material or interest. Tiieo. STuniKxso.v Bkwn6, the name that appears on the title pao of "In the Hiding School," juit issued by D. Lothrop Company, is understood to le the "pen name" of Miss G. Hammn, one of the bright newspaper women of Boston. Shcis nothing If not practical. snd Is an authority on horseback riding for women. Trofeseor O. II. Dauwin e.f Ca n bridge, England, one of the great Dvtt win's very able sons, will print In the forthcoming (Octoher) "Century" wio is said to be one of the moatimportan' scientific nters that has appeared of lateyeats. The. subject Is "Meteorites ai d the History of Stellar Systenn." atd in ilil essay I'roftsscr Dahwix a' 'etr.pts. in anorigln.d and novel man re r, loiecorirlle the nebular hrpnbe sls and the tiieteorlc theerv. Tnurh dealing with a subject lioth abstruse and highly speculative, l'rufeseor Dar win expresses himself with great sim plicity and cloarnese. Accompanying this article is n new and remarkable celestial pbotoeraph which seems to show in actual formation a great system, like our own solar system, all exactly according to tbe programme of the nebular hypothesis. Joskpii Jkffehson will close his autobiography In the October "Century'' with what he himself Is said to consider the most Important Installment of all probably because he ventures to state here more f ullythan before his rcllecltons on the art of acting. He touches on tbe question as to whether an actor should "feel" his part; describes a fault of French acting; dlseuetea Imitators; bow to keep fresh in playing a part; how to learn to act; how to conduct rehearsals, ami how far realism may be allowed on the stage, HOTEL ARRIVALS. .. JautC. A, Owinga and wife, St. Lout: YVui II. Baritet and VV. J. Ander tw, New York; J M. llrodaax, Man, Tenn.; J. W. llall, ClnelsnatJ. lliltane Alfred O. Jaeger, II. B CbaBiberUin, II. B. MeCkllau. George W. Ltdaer aed M. Kaeekuro, New York; Fred. Uesbler. New firuiuwlek. N. J.; d. Alexander, l'blladdphU; J. Rosenbamn and wife, I'oiMBHWtb, Va. HttfYi. H. Skoek, U. 8. Navy; Was Ebock, IHvid tb Murray, Salt Lake City; C. K, Brougbtee and A. V. lleultoe, t'rovl Uence; Alfred Seott, Topeka, Kaa. 'arA4iM J. A. SssltauMt, I'orUmoutb, M. bevy, New York; 11. R. Keed and K. O. iiayoati, Denes. , JfalfefWiAiat-rC. I. Leflkr and wife, Itasca, Oa,; II, M. Fowtll, V. S. A.; 8. B. Kelker and U, UaJtos, Go.; M. J. KoOJer and wile, and it. F. t hHner, South Carolta. JValfoiwi-J. W. MerrkkCUeago: C- F. kfowB, Koktoa; H'a. C. Basdhui. Wbeel ltf. W. Va. ; K. L. Dej aad OTGUWepb, New OiImu; K UkBMB, New York. ArtiHgHmr-A. Arooe aad W, D. Farts, New yok; Jotm , Bostao; L. N. Soita, LlxcieaaU; W. Bastisw, Wibaiag toa, IM ; C. J. Coulter, NwTS. Arne-Q. K. Yaadessiett aad faaUly, Vug, K. I.; W. F.FiuaaWfaedi T. TkeTiaa, New York. Ararweedw Miss X. M. Mortoa, Miss . A. Weaer, U. G. Jeaee sad U. H. Stewart. ra. JUeto-UaaaN WaWray, iiriiart, L. Uibae, Nw Xm V. G. wSi, aleok ), . Y. eW A4wj:-Jaaies U. bieeell, U. U. BUbp, O.M. Bleaseltaad WiUiain Jobu MHuSew Yoik; Mania Heaadi aad wifc, Kkksuoad. . Cfniaiiar's-F. U. Haittetate; O. TiOdaa aad asaTlaka, SmfSi Fr a Kimmliwtac8.r. mm (as iUMcwWaate Jmut, a eat? skasatl ekaa oaae a w, AaaaaaaaettwaaM waaaw t ASMtwakWaadkaakditaA; Taisakaakaf waaw'ry hroiutkt JfWiaai UHAAJY. My aary in em Ike mtUtm Um Caw woaisl I dad O lose, to tatw ytrvkaeife tke soaat tkat feyetJaaM'leM u (faaaradas ef vea the saadow oi taeae eeutacias lies hmuw v taeae eewaas aes saibiaau sad moiawlai eyas Ud AJBuu MmOU Ibub iMaW V tt 4flMMalaiA IkOat tlailll 4M nAi fjA nfck ABtt Jajl aUUCB Miessai Wm 1 Aadia tMisKbtofotkardaa ToglwtUjaijUa,! 1 at ay cruet la tatwa today A sceurgd 1 weat lujoa i way. And yet say Ovlbro- wMttafifl 4n( W3 wtMMC tMHaMl-' Vj a i.-aal aalJUJ a -. aJSJ.. w ajajbaref lnpsaB aw av pafnav tsaa awa dab knaau rntni ' tot jWo Mee- lasjieae MlmM kuaaaak UKUBK BBaSBM CUlBMnt ebaeausM soaad ae sua t aiaaa and tbuu abu kuu jejUiaaa a twice isnt soesJis w i J ude taleljua miuj ' AMUSEMENTS. Atfcntteh' Ornnil OtnfKHow. AlbaTirt's Orarnl Opwrw-Itoitae will on Peptembet 1U offet an mttsorJtasry s ttactlon. The Klralfy brafken, who have been separated for th ptat three 3 ears, have at last coflw tofetlwt and eomblne again for agratrd npMlutIn c n a much larger scan than ever before if their most siweessfnl sftettacle, "Arotind the World In Eighty Days." This spectacle has been revived a great many times, bnt never before on swell a larfce and magnificent scale. The cos tnmes and scenery and mwhanrcil effects are new and Improved The Introduction of the Mikado ballet and novi 1 Knropean specialties form an en mMe such as ImS n'eTer been seen here before since the time Klralfy brothers produced "KxeelskiT." Imre ar d Hollossy will both be here to roper ititend the ; rodnctlon, and It m-y be i.xpecttd that the efforts of b-ith will f rm an ocCssb n to lie remembere I for long time to erne A decidedly novel and original set ! done by the ce!elraed Rwnpeao artists, the Salambos, who are ittly tnmeel the dynamite wonders They were brought to this oonnttjr under con tract to appear In this production only. The relebrated new Mikado Dallet as originally produced in the Olympic Theatre, London, has been transferred to this country complete In all Its mag nlficcnce. Especially noteworthy Is the rich and beautiful sceneiy. Among the many beautiful scenes presented Is tbe snowstorm In the itochy Mountains, a realistic produc Hon of a Chinese palace, the giants' causeway and many other. The performance Is particularly inter csting to the children, ns It enables them to form an opinion of some of the world's famous places. Sew Nnllonnl Tlicntro. "A Dark Secret,' the strongest of the tank "shows," or, more properly speaking, aquatic dramas, on the road, will be the attraction next week, begin ning Monday at the National. The production this year Is on a more elab orate Scale than ever. So many radical changes have been mode in it that the great anuatic drama Is now virtually new nntl muck more effective than be fore. All the scenery is new and of srcclal beauty, Manaiitrs .Ufferson and Tsylor having lavisluil n lar,;e amount of money on the elaborate stage equip ments. The water episodes, always striking, have been tendered doubly so by tire enlargement of the tank to a ca pacliy of 00,000 gallons, welching over 160 Ions, to support the vast strain of which the stage has been strongly braced and stayed. Such changes havo been mmle In the celebrAtml Hnl.iv regatta scene as to give the most beau tiful picture Imaginable, All the stir n umllngs of the broad stream of rip pling water are complete, and there are crwd of Interested speotators, who, while waiting for Oirsman Georgo llosmrr and his competitors In the wee to arrive, ate amused at an English re gatta by Ametlra's famous atUUtes, the Hctljcrt Iltothets. Two steam lauu(.be and tin met ous liver rrnfl p.m nvi.r the ceurse loaded wlih Willi ami child irn In holiday attire. In the fourth ict the Daisy Quartette appears on Hie rlvei Thame in vocal selections. The at tempted drowning of the heroine, the etivc ami the rescue, as at present done, are exceptionally thrilling, while the rainstorm of real water, accompanied by tierce thunder and Hehtnlng, ts tin tin pasted as a real stage effect. Sneak ing of "A Dark Secret the Cincinnati CbnmereiVic' says: A packed house greeted tbe "Dark Secret" at Havlln's Theatre at both peiformances yester day. In many respects it was an Im provement on Its former proehictlons in this city. The company, as a whole, Is ueiicr, anu me people wora well to gether. New effects are given, and the scenic display made praiseworthy to tbe utmost. The first act, with Its fountain of real water, the Henley Re gatta and tlio old church at Henley, were realistic to a remarkable degree. The Herbert Brothers in their gymnas tic feats and the Arlington Quartette in sweet songs, added much to tbe enter talement. The scene In the fourih act. where the heroine Is thrown from the wharf by the villain, only to be rescued after sinking for the third time by tbe hero, forms a stlrrlnt! climax, and the audience shouted their approval until the very wet heroine and equally moist hero bowed their acknowledgments be fore the curtain. Edward Hanlan, the work! famous oarsman, received an ovation on his an pearaoce, and to cries for Speech, speech," at the close of the act, re sponded In a few well-chosen words. Altogether the "Dark Secret" has caught the patrons of Havlln's, and the "standing-room" sign will no doubt be displayed for the balance of (he week. TiKtKmiun Jocti UraDil KoKtlilt Oper4 Compuny, The Emma Juch Grand English Opera Company has had a very triumphant I week of it in Milwaukee, where it hat been the inithil attraction of the David ton Grand Opera House, one of tbe most elegant theatrical structures la Amerlea. Mise Jueb Is la spleadkl voice and health. Her notable wus cessea were made as HfurgutHU ia ' Faust" aad aa Elm ia "Lobeajiria.'' It is doubtful if Muw Jueh has a super tier living la eilaer of thesa ptltt. As a rule CLleago critics are very ebary of their praise, aad yet during the recent egatwBt of the Jueh Coujjiaay at ike AUuuakfa there, the Asdy JSeass thus spoke of one of its petfatHuaaasi: Mtfts Juek ae Kim. Frsju Vetta as IUmji I , gad Ckattea Iladaaoadt a LuAtmgrm. divided tke koaore of the eveaiag, aad it was tke talk of Waar eathuataate betweea the acts that the various rokt had sever bees more ey eeilestiy sua and acted before a C'al eago audknee. Each of tbew apposed to better ad vantage than oa the pre vksiss evaaiage. wuk the exeoptioti of Air Vetu'a aitUtic MMitopAiU fa "Faust" oa Mondey nigkt. Otto Hatk ja as Vndnt.k, Mom Jmuschowaky a Ortrud.Y.ii Waltoa as Ihikt Uud frty, aad K- Knight as the i&roid were well lectived. The latter genUe asaa made kit drat appearance in tbe paitt aad, beyond a slight beduuey aad esBbatraajmant, did fairly weil Thar stage wtiiagi aad cotiuuies wese UBuausJIv gortatMU and the mumri$ ajsjatia ia artaaarasfBt. The jxuiU of tke iaat aot. tlsoHckt by uaay to be Wagaers saaales- paeoe.occatoAed such (waBteiatd applause tkat the entire cast w ktougki aadece tke curtain." HjKk'f InlapiiiMiimnl VitudyUtat. Kaik'f taatraaitoaul Vaudevilles wiU ItdJaw "A Jkuk Becret"' st the State d judging fruai the pieas Wbiib tbe '. "iiiu hjii ia. oehed a treat to la store for Wsskhsg tosdaaa- Tke press of PbUadelidda if M wpacjally compUmenUry aad ts Mtowiag tross tke AWU A4itm to a awauk. TTkto vaudeville wmmmg, whkk siadj ka trat aopeamaci attja Ckeatsut atseat Tkaatre hut e,csig, kt Csm 0m auoageat ojvuiatadoa. of klad ever tees m l'Uila.Jdoikia, atosotadullox ..ij i-'iiO, t SMM IMS OS. . u ,L pear kuwsm, aad wbik l' , - . .esa ut ka clawer, aeaatu- f l ;. ite tka very kett la wUi Uw i uue the vav uiiouutata of LkutcuL i'rvmk a uvthnkm of niblliiii iu itat dir, tku uiilil sow wLudinuiitJ . i nat- n cry thing else of the sort Inn the t.iiV The performance of the Nva ')k( upon tbe symphosre rs tt wowderfnl t- v.r le force,' and the contortions of the Brothers Boranl are Indeed very ex traortlirary. Other note wonky features ire the legerdemain and 'Shsdow cisthy of the great Oafman, who Is to hlt Inferior toTeweyln neatness ped 'iiperlor to him in variety and rre-'hoei. the am7.ing hortxontst bsr work of tbe Alvra, two boys aaW to be ixtien nnd seventeen years of ace, bnt looking less, who accomplish feats on tbe borl7ontal bars never before sttemrted-the clever dialect act of Jnhn W Ransome and the pastel draw ing of Mons Aldow. Altogether It Is an excellent show. llnrils' lttjnn Thentre. N. s. Woml, the well known actor, will occupy Harris' Theatre stage next week with his latest success, "Ont In the Streets." Mr. Wood Is quite rpti lav w 1th theatre goers whose tastes lead them In the direction of melodrama. Thry can always feel sure of anexclt Ine evening's entertainment whatever be the plav in which he Is engaged ami whettver the scene Is laid, for he al ways provides his auditors with novel effects, new sensations ami powerful situations from the melodramatic point of view. In "Out In the Streets" there are a nnmbe r or bright comedy touches, aod the star himself bne found the part of the hero one well adapted to his ablll tics, srd Is supported by nn excellent company. The play will be presented with new and elaborate scenery repre senting St. Patrick's Cathedral, Fifth avenue, Wahlncton Market, Wall street and Long Island docks. The mechanical effects are novel, and that of the escape through the river of fire Is one of the most realistic stoge pictures ever presented. Hrrnnn'a New WaMilnctnn Theatre, "Five shows In one specialty, tnln strols, comedy, spectocular and bur lesque," ts the nttraotlvo announce ment for next weok which Manager ICernan makes to his patrons. Truly the bill which tho Parisian Fotly nnd Spectacular Company offers is ono that willatlatothe appetites of tho most exacting nnd fastidious devotees of tho variety stage, lly permission of Gits Hill. "A Ileal Feast of Orlontnl HIches" will be presented in the $5,000 Circassian minstrel scene. Sixteen young ladles, said to bo very beautiful, will give n grand production of tho famous Parisian folly dance, "La Minuet," In an opproprlate and gor geous costumes. A remarkably stronir olio of specialties and novelty acts will le followed by tho burlosqtte "The Bachelors' Isle," In which will bo In troduced n wonderful eccnlo effect n balloon voyage through the nlr. Tho entire production necessitates a carload of special tcenery, and no doubt during the comlnc week the sign that has bean familiar to late comers every night during the pent cngagent will be again presented, "standing room only." To-night will positively be the last nppeatance of the Creole'troupe In this Clljr. Arrlrnl or MllamiuU." Me sits. Klralfy Hrolheri have Ju t received from Iudla tbe famous "!. phanf'Maauek." which will per'otrali the spectacular production of "Amun I the World In F.ishty Dtys" at AI baush's Grand Opera-House Monday lit xt. PERSONAL. District Attorney Haselton has re turned from his summer vacation look lng strong and heatly. Governor Thompson of the Civil Service Commission returned to his office yesterday, after several weeks' pleasant vacation at hh home in South Carolina. Mrs. Frank A- Simons, the Misses Simons nnd Mr. Frank D. Simons have returned to their homo on Corcoran stieet after spending a very pleasant summer at Stony Man, In the mount ains near Luray, Tage County, Va. Mrs. Emily T. Charles (Emily Haw. Ihornc) has returned from a delightful trip through Colorado, and Is now so iournlni? with her mother at Lafayette, Ind. Her son Is also there on a brief vacation. The trip proved beneficial to Mrs. Charles and she Is enloylnc ex. cellent health. It Is said that Iifcbard Croker has authorized somebody to buy a bouse for him at Wiesbaden, to cost 50,000 marks, Dr. Mendel of Uerlln baa discovered that coffee intoxicates. This will cjc plain why so many young men go out between acts to chew coffee Hubert Hetkomar U painting a portrait of Queen Victoria, The Queen is not sitting for the portrait, which Is beine; painted from a statue modeled three year. a ago by Gilbert, Slam's representative at goy Paris staked all his wealth on baooarot, and the last heard of him be was on his way to the land of the white elephant, hav ing shipped as steward en a vestel. Tbe oldest Sister of Merey In America is Mother Setoq of the New York Con vent of Merey, who Is over 90. Her father died ia 1600. Her mother, a con vert, founded the Order ot the Sisters of Charity at Emmlteburir. Paul II. du Cbaillu. the African traveler, has arrived la New York from England. HU exploratioae are at aa end and he proposes to spend tbe haleaee of hie days la the taetsopoKe ef in new wosvu. ju. ait Utsalllu te a short, sturdy, red faced man, decidedly stoat aad bald. - i I. Vt7 Uucwful. Fi-f- i far t. Sev. SyWac Pfeafc (i ?. pw,. seed Powsdes, the noted ovaaeektt Did you have a successful revival at Quokoak? Rev- Powaaead Powadae Very! I reaeavad $ fat tkaaa weaaa' wotk. The Purest Aidcies kaowa to median! acteaee m aa la laeyarias-Hood's garsnaart'to Bvary ba ysnattoal ts raiffanir ssktsaaiL Mstesnltf ea i nun art awt only the beat itaiaeV Ta msatii-lBS ia prepared " tsr t be sat wrtatue of ttaototmbly roameSeat abnfinndnti. aad everf tUa? m tbe vruaaaa of T"nnlfiTt'irii tj earef ulij wilirtinl wlab a vtaw W 'ar In Hood's anrantauTaua uae beat afiamsble veault. it is wepanrf bf a JeMHatXATtUM. PBO MMHIOK and fSOL-SM peculiar to Seed' BareapartlU, sjkmns to no otter aaedintae. aad bj wbicb tbe tuli msillnlnal power ei U tbn iaeniiliiiiu nmd la wnilntd ttbaewea tdut. na.m -r fku la-uUsajr llanlfwa &anWsntaf SJBn4mSSndbal p awaj bf e aaaaiaaan aa'aswa' aiawp SMaeaa'ainvViS bf it uwn tstrinafc- madt. and has soar a larger xtie tbas any waauar aratMtrat.l'ja. iHMor YeV Bn;naitijaV "Mvin base is tbe dxuf and sataat cbas btwataa uvet tbto sau la Bale! laMaksnaa eaiwrleaoe wheal aarVaed'a ttinsesnaiatn bi tae beet setUaa tttnas araaaV eSaa Ism best, aad av iiiiiitamawsaaakel lanstseblabeattecaw." W- g- SaaJR. U bssAoa aad aWwiMdatn, Taaltlaaera. aid. Hood's Sarsapnrill& bj nil omuiau. ti; wa ana- as. ft eeifbTC-I UXCCU..UtwU.bUa. ISO Itoitea Uu Wallar FOR A GOOD SHOE MISIT Wilson & Carr's For an Easy Shoe OOTO WILSON & CARR'S. We eany tin Best Meef patent t k m n at ts a taw at Wilson & Carr's I'nMileimiilc Sliic 3teti. o. two r sniturr -. tv. Wathitnton, D. C. BALT1MORB STORE, i nnd nmisT itAt.TiMoitr. sTitrrr. LAST WEEK OP Summer Reductions! Nc.t wcokiour Pall Trade commences. Hepular prlees will prevail, nnd you will not have the opportunity to secure the HAHGAIN3 NOW OFF11RED. Ileic are a few of thorn: 13 pairs Fancy Striped Curtains, re duced from $12 to 93c G pairs Madras Curtains, reduced from ?0.60 to flpor pair. C pairs Madras Curtains, reduced from ?0 to -?O.0O per pair. 10 pairs Madras Curtains, reduced from $8 to $2.75 per pair. 12 pairs Nottingham Curlnlns, cut from $1.2o to87Jc per pair. 17 pairs Nottingham Curtains, cut from $1 00 to (1 per pair. 1!) palts Nottingham Curtains, cut from ?2 to $1.35 per pair. 20 palra French Chamber Curtains, cut from sffi to !2.80 per pair. 11 pairs French Chamber Curtains, cut from -tCM to $i.3S per pair. 1 pairs Single Door Portieres, cut from -J7 to $-1.50 per pair. 10 pairs Turkish Striped Portieres, cut from $S to t-1.50. 5 pairs Horaan Striped Vienna Che nille Pottlcrei, cut from $13 to 8 per pair. "We have a few of Hoywocd Bros,' Baby Carriages left, which will be closed out at ACTUAL COST. Handsome Wicker Bodies, elegantly upholstered in Silk Plush, Tapostry, Ac; steel springs and steel wire wheels. Note the prices: 1 at ?20 reduced to $15 1 at 42&50 rcdueed to f 10 1 at f SO redueed to $0.30 1 at 182.80 reduced to $15 1 at $26 reduced to $10 1 at $30 reduced to $14,50 1 at $80 reduced to $20.00 1 at $27.50 reduced to $10 1st $98.50 reduced to $21 JULIUS LANSBURGH, Tlilrieeuth nuI F Streets. French Furniture Polish will make old furniture look new. Best In the market. Friee, 50c per bottle. Directory of Lawyers and Law Firms. pAMBELL CAKH1NOTON, ATTORN avr-AT-LAW, set Q straetanrtbwett, Wmblagtea. D. O. Webster Law BeHdtBa, BaiUinsa, Mt Q stwet natthwast. 1 I . Ul IIWI II I III II II ATTtMtHBY-ATLAW. set aad an ar fhanna.v HuHMng. nai Tnananai a, Waiasaglen. B. a fiestleas is tbn tWrta at tbe I Pvaiee Ceseava Cont7,Si. sHfnV . f. a. McKstuisv. PHILUW. ZACHST i HcKSNNBY. Attosaeia at Law. fetftt a Badldtns.?t. A TONIC. Hoisfaxd's Aii Phoephata. UnWHl tetttB UUl annniaiHlA&atnttnnMBnM9in4 BOiV Lttnl "VJaMX b JdnAu thak UadM&UM HsswieesMdef pnad vana bv its tea ur-J at- WIp VS., safsi 'seat aarse uwtkt I BrTMafiM miSSIfM KfabtaU. "nwny pn'ea''S"!' waajanisai di t&bJnaVbaWttasasaybiwoad Hajn4kiadaM ntnatasadena tbn inb. au aawmitt, m Qntv n i pa asajaM! B ViWas iswimdia baa- f.W-l IfaatlEli ataJUV. s'ailSr anvpjjw HllRRON & RMfY, jw. war f ttTUaavr tt v, W4eSj-tuS. 9. c juuar KUVOATIOKW.. ACADSMT of TBS tWHY CROSS, me w. Ate, AitMs every faetiitt fee acqwrtna; a thor oaan eoaeattoa ns itierataee, ssnste and art. Tasintrstaentstantntnre piano, Bern, tle ns tatter. aanbTin ta htmio. T.wenaesa, meeral voeaK rtrawtne awd fancy work free. MtA Georptewn UnheRifj--S W af Laf FACUI.TY. n LJ HAVtlfS HtCHAHW, 8. J.. HOW .Wfflfl 'hlMSiW. UiB, . fClitef JnsitPS V, s. Conrt ot Claims) teetarer on Matatorr and Aitmtn stratlve Law and I MHtl Mailrn MARTIK P. 3IOHRJ3. LL. 0.. Lectern en Constltntteaal and tntem ttotal Law, Aitmlraltjpatitt comparative SOW. MMVtVt.C!. LL T Leetnrer on the Law f tteal BMate and the La of vMwe. . ,, now. aSurrw c. bhadlt (JnMtreSaprenie Court, Ptitrkt of Cotttm bta ), Leetnrer on common Uw. Plead- tll 1 Cnn!lp Jn,nnlilAiiM junnra j. uahlisutu.v. Miaiws" -.-.'-.-- jr- "---; w! LL.O. imian on ins L KSfon tbe Law of rtTwnal Itipertv. "S1rffirWfe,!t,5?ff: Leotam en the Law of rartnerblB, Oornora- t,'W"F4AfnfrUw- Leetnrer on crtmmal Isw, Domestie Rela tions and Torts. MOOT COURT. Clrewlt Conrt: rrof Oeorra K namtttoa. Conn nf Apreals: rrofs. Martin F. Merrts, Ar drew U. llradley and It. Rum rerry. Tntrodnptery leetnre and annonneemenU forth ensnlnir term at the Law UaUdlne. corner 6th and Fsts.n w onWKDNBSDAT, OCT. l.atsao p. m. 'All Interested areoor dlallv Invited to attend. The ltbrarr, now eomiittMBft tlio Knitllshaixt lmdlntr Amerlsan Tcport and the latest text books npon most legal (libjeels. Is loonted In tho LrnvllulM Inp, with commodious remllmr rooms at tnehed.aiiil vrlll be open from 8 a. m. to top. is. lally. . sinndaya exceiited, to students ami alnmnl of the school. Tho tecretary can be eon at tbe Law lniiHunB on 'iiiesuays.innrfnaya ami aiur days, from T:3o to 8.80 p. m , for lnrormAtion, enrollment, etc. Circulars tvlni oonnwof etmly, tarns, etc., can be obtained at book Mores of W. II. Morrison. 1331 P st. n. w., and Lcwtlermllh e, ll Fst.n. w ,nml at W. S. Thompson's dmu store, nut inthst, n. w., or on applloatlon, personally or by let ter, to the undersigned 8. M. YRVTUAV, seeio-lm Secretary and Treasurer. "VTATIONAL MFDICAL COLLHOKMEI)? Xl oat and Dental Demit met ts of the Columbian University. Tho tlxty-ntnth an nual coarse of medical lector ami fourth ilental course will twcln on tVcdnasdr, Oetoher 1 St. at A p. m., In tbo Collece Ilnlld Init, ISIS II st n w. Introductory mediant lec ture by frofescr Wllllnra Lo. Ji. p. Dental Introduetorv by Trof essor Mark M. Flnlay, I). I). 8 Tho antumn examinations wtli be held on Thursday, Oatoher!, at 7ao p. ra. For circulars ot both departments npfly to Br. A. F. A. King. Dean, T3 Th'rleftntb st n w. Office hours 0 to 10 a. m. ami 4 to s p. m Telephone SM. sep-im. THEBERLITZSCHOOLof LANGUAGES TSl 11th Street Morthwest. TEnM3, StO. llranchcs In New York, Ilostan, ItillaJcl pMa, cblosfo. Loclsvllle, i'arl. Frnnee: Bar lln and DrssJen, Germany: Moscow, lttimli; LoBilon. Knir, sr.tm SI'KCHIAN BCBINKSd C01,L81G Cor. tth and D sts.n. w.. Kmbreea six SohooU, vlai Fenool of lrclloal Ilatlness ana Aooonnts. tcliool of Traparatory Practical Bncllab. r-fhool ot tihorthnnd and Tvpewrltiwir. tcbool of HDMix-rlan Traotloal renmantblp. stool of MethiBlcul and Aruhlteotuml I ntwlne. Erbool of civil Farvlee Tralnlne. , Lay and Sight fcetslons. Illutrate.l CaU Jcsues irre. IIC. BPjrNrBK. LL.lt.. rrln-liMl. MftS. SAItA A. 8l'BNC81t. Ylee-I'rtnnlpal. tf,tf T HE COLUMBIAN UXtVKllSlTV. Tb PrenarfltntT Krhiuil nmai Rant a The Colnre Wan Co1Im opsns Hnpt. M. 1 be Corcoran Sclent Iflo School opeaa Oet. t The Law geboo) of tbe University opens Tbe Medical School of the UnlTeratly open The Dental School of tbe University opens Ut. 0. For catalogues or other Infornulloo ad ilrasa JAMBS C. WKLUNO. LL.I)., "tf ITasMnet. S' T. CECELIA'S AOADBMY FOIt YOUNQ LAUIBS AMJ CIIILDKEN reopens MONDAY, 8EPT. a. . Uusle and Palntlns lteselre Special sel.tim Attenllou. TMEUSON 1NSTITUTK, ill 91 1 in b st.. bet. 1 and K ts. Selfct etoMlnal ami mathematical school for younsmen andbors. Ddna Its thirty-ninth vearifONDAV, SEPTEMDEK S. I'repares lor Uarvaril, Yale. I'rfncuton. Jeuns llopklns, Lablcb, and oibar collage and unlrertltlnsi for tho setentlAo scboofi. United Utatea Mili tary and Naval aoademlas, ami for baslnaaa. hpeclnl departnant for boys batwaanSand It years or age. A full oonree In modern lan fiiwgos. For particulars addre C11A8, U. YflUNO, anftcia rriartpal. VTOHWOOD INSTITUTE JleotfenaSHPTEMBER ae, Wth (seraased JTaanliy and many lmprovamenu. MK. and Mils. WM. D. CADELL. ang.tf rrlwlpaU. Georgetown University, Washington, D. O. EOHOOLOFARTSAND SaBNOBS (ttaorw town Coll esa). NewUrrabatlnaSeften bar 11. Preparatory Departmwt far Board eta, CoMaglate DataitnMtnt fer Bearders and Day SnbalaM. J. Havnas tbcunaa, S. J.. FraaUaat. SCHOOL OF MBtHClNB. Tt opnaa Oet berb O.L. Minasssa, M. D., JliB. Ski Varsnaat av . n. w. bCQOOX OF LAW- Terns epaae Oatsbsr 1. 8, 31. Yataaux, tantstary. aanraasew Law Hwtbtfain. apr. F and atb sts.n. w. JjHAY MtCMAltBsl, 8. J Waster. pHAHMtTO HALL aMJtHhL. mi-btav farbasdab. SMfltVfcMT fitaiiiMrib iteMaiuul tSA luaIkLai Hf suinLwa tAuiy s w. giLvsamtt, t'baieataatni, aaU.kod.saa aa. Vasr'a Oaaaty, Md, ruxMHiaW warn MAIbSMlllsr WiCTbHaSjs? taALL, Bawakatb, taasvasai aad BasntpnaCoassMnsr abas, aaaasoasaloati aad sisibil ssibjhiiibniit it. KaV AHtnWa! JaLXA, M WAJSTJUfsi nansasfaL asat SsaaaLS. STfss essnpaPsaF tsw PSHIp lanJnJJanttniiri tj JJWV INtMMnHaV iBat aW stV ssp "iWnsanWBtB? PR-tHP- gsahaakAjiLl anjaaM sBAkABitBiBsbst Vattl kbaat sanbJ anpsnTaynw ia,nTasainaf aw"w pnaaawasaijrsBtL apa jnyi MnVaisV jm 0 MaMMatl tatettOaV Qi MlM 4bHUanV aMUHf "Tfiir TT'irtTTrWiiirr "mTinnil lapiiaisapBaiujpiiiwwBijpnjn,,!,,,,! , mmm,wmwm,,lumr Dlattlil UaetfeUaU 9 MaWABAVQaatY I (Wsp aP"swPl apsssBa nsaaragak H COJK A K, Fb. U. Bed3tasir, AMUSBSinTS. 7a XW NATfOSAL THBATRB. Xl JSvery evenmsr. Wed snd Sat Mat. GEORGE THATCHER'S MINSTRELS. SrJtCTAL ntATTRB TO Ninm. By ptowSmt feetiest, tonlehf iri1! be rfn- wsted tnessevaMe by a revival of old anl etsest isayatet sessaa. tosrether with a ctf-Tv- ensure llTneTratron of tire prcprf-lon of min- m orb to tne present tnr itest Wtett -The Aqnatlc Drama, A BAJMt 88CRRT, IWth Its Mver of Real n atf r 9enrs now on safe. A LBAUeS'S CMASTl OPBHA He t SE Wiaaaemeat of the Brilllatt Afire., MI33 JANE COOMBS And rtsr Excellent Ci mpany TO SlflltT AT 8. BLEAK HOUSE. Next weete-KlrBtfyBrtw.' Grand Production, A110UND TUB WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS, Feats now on sele. Jes.tf HARRIS BVOU Tni5.VTnB.-nno Week, COfflBBeneleit MONDAY, SKPT 8 Tbe Great Artist, LILLIAN LEWIS, In Her Latest Siiccoss, CREDIT LORRKINB, Snppe rted by Mr. W. A. W1HTECAI1. Next week N. S. WOOD. se" Ct n NEW WASHINGTON THEATItE.llTnsT. TO-NlOIITt TO-N10IIT! Positively Lt Appearance of 3IIK 8BSAS10N OP TnE AOEI ?ac CREOLE DcTQUE The Gtace of the Tropics and tbo Bcanty ot the Orient. Week Commencing Monday, September 15. 1 Irst Appearance ot the PARISIAN rniLYANn rMfllOIHlM SPEOTACOLAlt C 1. The Itaoy Spcctacn'ar Ilnrle que, TUB BACIIELOHS' ISLE. Pare Mtobanical and Scenlo Effect. A lltilloon Vojuro TlirotiRli Hit Air. Crossing the Country Stanley Explored. :ilntisrH or tlio Dnrle Contliivnl. rotlyCestatBMandl"rci IS'cnery. The CI reus. I nn .tHiihIm-i ,Nc-rii-. Introduelne the Voluittions DAU01ITSV8 Or CIltlASJlA. "LA MINCE I." Executed brt Pretty Dsnoera In ( - ne" of the Days ot Luii sXf. Stars of tbe Partslsu Ballot Jtsn of tha Parisian Bu'lctinc bnnarb Spectacular r-ccnej1 Paasons Prench Favorite Dtulls of th Gay Cnpltid lu KavKhlnr ; Parisian Co-itnmiM GLOBE THE.T1IS. MONDAY, SEPT rOSTECL EMilBTT'd MVSTODONR' BEVY OF SPBOIaLTY ntOCYOVM. Matlceea Monday, Wedneiday, ihur siij and . . . KrlJay Admission, 10, 30, 30 and 50c scMf RACE MEETING BnEEDBItS' ASSOCIATION OP MAKYLaND AND DISTRICTOF COLUMBIA. DENN1NC3, WEDNESDAY AND TIIUIIMDAY, BEPT, IT AND 18. Four races each day. tJco In porsas. One. two, three nnd fonr-year-old. oolts. So, XU,2M nnd.' W classes. Larse. exhibition ot horses from the breeding farms of Maryland and District of Columbia in front of the grand it and each day. Full Marine Band, forty pieces. Tbe society event ot tbe season, fpeolal trains Icavo Baltl more and Potomac depot every half bcur, bo Kin nine at W o'clock, rait racinif. largo crowds, good mmlc and fine display ot horse " Admiaslon.tl. Ladies admitted free to ail parts of the eroends. No objectlonabto ' ' in actors allowwt. COL. L. VICTult uvtutt MAN. Prfldeni;GEN. FELIX AONUa, Vl-c-PrtwWant'OEN. B. F. DKALE. Second l'e PreldsnttBBNJ, WHITE, Secreury. selJ.ct T ns HEOLIHN. Is tbe Grat of AH Musical Instruments Bseanse It performs any mntlo rem a waltz or a ballad to an overture or a symphony more beaatjlully and more nearly perfeet than any other single iMtrnment, Tbe Aeolian is not mechanical, but the manipulation of It la ao simple that a person can lure to play It with from one to tbree weeks' praetiae. Your visit to see this In etrument will be estsemed a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, MS FA. AVE., fete Agent fer Stafnway and Other First' (.lata Piano and Organs. KDCOATIONAU "VTa-AT' JNGTITtfTE, Linos!, Fa Tbe iev. MOf!Ta8Y K. hooper, m Am Head itasfwr. Foiw boya reoelved - miiMsjusn ei tae bead anuter's family At. yrasant tbase Me twa vanandei. Mr. Hooper basseat bes U) Harvard, Yale, Frlcceton, CsriansMa, Iastuck, Asaberat. Trinity, West IHaat. Aaaassasls. Jkau, and baa nut tad a cjt TlTUDVlU.ETitaKJlXUCAL SCUOOr MeaiSvstse, Fa. ffdaealai sar taecarlatiaa Ministry s-ra seat aaj tnwssi lasa, An wauancefcecf SJ bK ea. beat aad aowef aooin. AUeipensca SstrTEMBBS SKY. A. A. UVWtliOKS. D I . Ifaadviile Pa gr. JAHVV flflf Tlfiaf wnvsssw V'ayaasssssssssaBssj taaaaaaw. Md. WTU SEPTEM aadtuiu tvur-.-j by ateam T.rm? 9m aaaainiae addreas iiio;.., i mmmiiKtmmmimimirmr""" iii w-sgWBsanasF'llr snasWssaepsKp wsasjaBBSs"sjaBi taaVMaWCtTY. C'AUMMUbTA. Wwt elans jmssail aas todies anJ :- ssaja. feansassaao Town, Vici,. t MMtav esljba Looaxk. sta.- Ul.Q aaaatai vearaes ana jjerev J i KaUTr '