Newspaper Page Text
THE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 17,1890.
!Tica Daily Critic AtD. CAPITA!. stilt Onlf Emoemtte Duty Pnpif 1- MMat WmMneto. ? aitst-tirta j4rtit CRITIC COMPAt. omci: ,fl4t SfRBT KORTMW"T, wAfKIMrTON CTTT. D, r. 'VMIfMI SPf KfBSCMtl'timii i$tt flasattaaie pTerufd), 1 rear KM I ttoath tt tt'MIBt.J0t THie came, MS D9UWBv wmmim,T.c. TasSS:l fc iitisaM aiintur Mil ulii i 11 . WHi!Wft. D. 6,. 8tiFF.lt iSfr. TB i no t0!!LYmS0R ACEFt L. ffnf I'M whlen was passed by tn Fenftte v.rtejvJay ranking the Post tsvtftir tietremt the Orator of tbe tot attl giving him the poef to irrMtrBrlt Mitt without mrtte deny to ry person or corporation tbat cornea titdr Mi tmi ttra m of the Unites! Htutos Btults l om of Mm Mafingt attacks noon the eon huitonl and elrll rlcntt of the attlsen ttmt hm been devVanl wrest In them latter dart of centralisation of piwer and pv tefnI gowrwnent. That it aealnt Bri crunk like Mr. Wahamahmh MrtiM suggest such legislation ami bmtil the whole power of bit great depart nwnt to forcing It through i not to be wondered U But that It sunutu be reported favorably by lawyers, and paeeeil without to mweh m a word of objection, can be accounted for only on the ground of abject fear of n maanfaclitretl public sentiment. Tbat tble tborouahly tlitgmceful menenre will be overthrown by the courts we do not doubt, but what shall we say of the hypocrisy ami Charlatanism that suggested, and the cowRttltee that permitted such an at tack upon principles a deeply Im bedded In the Constitution as tbe right to live or tbe right to bold or utter an npinionT TUB LAHOU HILLS. The District Federation of Labor, at a meeting held last night, adopted an address to the Senate which we pub lish this afternoon. A resolution was also adopted Instructing a committee to call upon Mr. IIi.aik , chairman of the (V mm It lei- on Education and Labor, and request him to make a motion to leccmmlt the Tight Hour bill to his committee so that It may tw amended In accordance with the HitrgeetlotM COBlalnul the Kerb ration address. A turtleular feature of these amendment Is tbe proposition In Inhibit a Govern went employer of labor from permitting aBy employe under his supervision from working longer than fight 1 ours In any twenty four hours and receiving extra pay for tbe extra time; but the vital amendment suggested It the one prt-Ktlbtsg penalties for requiring more than tight hours for a day's work. If the amendment! tuggeetad by the Fed eration are adopted, tha Kight-IIour law will be no longer a useless sutnte a uVnd-Ie tier law. SHE TEACHES WHIST. The teaching of wblat in classes ami charging for the instruction U an enter prise originated by a Milwaukee lady, Miss Katk Imwix Whkklock. Miss WNKKtocx's fame reached from Mil waukee to Chicago, and tbe latter city Invited ber to go over and teach It to ptay wbist. Two trips a week satisfied the Cateagoann at first, but they bo eause so infatuated with tbe game tbat Silas Wmbblock bow finds all ber time iBStttteJeat to teach tbe number of Chi cage people who wish lo beeosne her pupils. While MUs Whkuock ac knowledges for her masters the recog nised authorities on the game, I'olb. Cottnu-L-"VALXi.K, ate., she elalau an original method of teeeblug, and has intredweed what sheealtt s "purely American Innovation" into the game; Instead of exposing the last eani of the sleek as the trump, aba- cuts the trump f mh a pack not in play, nod exposes it tbjwsiglsMtt the band. "By cutting the trasap from tbe pack not in play," soys MUs Wmbblucx, "several market! tsaptoeesnents are at one developed. The deal loses Its advantage, and all htoVarisifs over misdeals ate swept awaj ; a card hi exposed except in Mm ejSNMse of ntny, and the false iaade. tbe taJae card, and futile specu'adoe that as enatJHtysat up-ui Use knows aaratasju 04 lias trump card ate aunt tehafi; Use trumn is befog you tkr isurt. fian Urn hand, in no danger of being for mstasi, and Use chlkHsh eipedicnt of navnng a used place fur the tftuufl suit U reeves IDEtminCATiOK o CaUbUJULA. JU nHatbs In the EagHtu meesrsstd for nepteanber cantata M descrtpthw of the aaetnod In vogue fat taut MrnHwVaUoa of crtut tstaJa ur Franc. It having beau dasetou alsjsnna) by setsenatai anastakas dust puose- gsefgti could sot be dtiad4 upoa as certain meant of fislng painnl hisav tH. Hr. Baiuuak, the nsani of tme Mstiel tge sytnans of BnlhroinTnUatsnnsJ lugjgjMsjuauua, and It bus beesi nncsst Has csnabjtlly cstnssl out unties kaf siinsw ltlajtta. Tust Bjtsrm coualsaa 1st tjitir MUe paru of tk kuaaaat f rtm srbbv-k sW alter after adult e baa bees MsnnfslnntdL NMsi tJg4? teMnVS MnW tUMs) sUsnaaMsstatt $ ItfHMsMsfasI sntsgTsi MUl tCstaW. fm tirtMtfCs y dult ! r & tot UriBoifrMFtwcbpvlte; lorf vrimlmuli Mmm fc&kU m- MMn gjufabj kj kg9steigei. sllAMslu 9sf tsfWana Wgg) gfBeaf aUgaftt Wisunlam uaaf tMfA gfA nmEn Vtjgf j tpinWm esaBgngp " tsnpts tMUltnj tgflnpap 4ss dliMlt) agrt and iamtmt, aa4 aaasssa-ai sUaJ tfaen Iff OgTIst'fl' l& eakii sjgejgsvinj ujnpn uwsupspsaj rwirw s' r?w . reoaadg. That edsfba ak- e 1 ao;ikwi)atitsss ... tiuU caw uf fHM 9Km. kJ Li i- v J saagnsHBBnsltlllp ssnnSsBjnnjs shPbf a u iJ ta Pari for mwluaV u -sit aat4, alaavuugb shpt . crc . iswatd of bis uait. i n,iwnad, Wsaswer bk easurftnrBl was securt'd. Tbe urit jtar JujtiA iiwsvuw.s, a pickiocli.c-. ; arrrMcrl at Nice and cnt tn prion f'r three months. Whu his measurement aras taken tbe offlclah fowM It twntly Identical with that of .fo!f Hrtx. Tne nest year, In Parts, lis pollre de tected a scholarly lortklng mttn tn We ectath?a In an attempt lo pick tbe pocket of a countryman. Upon his arrest be cave hts name an 9f r. Hftftftt Wrtitu of Jtetv York, and rMrmtt to b a tutor on a nottdny. But the sharp eyed French police could not txg da eefvtd.etd In ft day or t wo It was proten lid tbe aMhroporr,rtrlc meaimrtmenta mi tertaln other marks of Jons Hrr. , torn finws and Mr. If .? Wlirt irere tbe same. Wnce th arlwtloo of this rrstwn, tn Ftentb snthorltlcs have met'tired. Bfurly one htindml and fifty thousand subjects, and ttsry have never found teto t ases In wblcn all the flejurcs cotre spnnd , ami etnet duplicates of tvo or rnotv marks havn never yet been found on (ilnVrrnt Individual, Tnete has not bun a single enac of mIsU'tcti Identity since the system wns aetav ttsfci d. and tbe failures ro Identify have only been one tn eight tkomnud. 10SORANT TrtAIJfON. The Xr. Tnvixon who aWenrl last night ht resign tee position of cor responding secretary of tbe Maryland Republican Association, and made a speech to that association, seems to be a bilious fellow with a plentiful stock of Ignorance constantly on ham! to be given away at wholesale or retail to any fool who will accept It. la hntspeecb Mr. Thai son denounced the Civil Service law, as all good Ite publicans do nowadays, saying, among other denunciatory ami untrue things, that that law blocks the war to soldiers attaining the positions from which tbey were discharged by the Demo cratic administration. He hi reported to have said also that the law had been ml need to an absurdity when It falsely declared otttcUl of the longest experi ence and highest efficiency in the civil service novices In that service. If Mr. TMAtxoH were not Ignorant be would not have said these things, for even a disposition to be false In state ment could not have cat rted him lato the absurdity of such utterances. The Civil Service law does not Mock tbe way to the reinstatement of any soldier dismissed for a political reason, or for any other reason. A soldier dis missed for a political reason may be re Instated, without examination, at any time, in thu very place from which he wa dlsinlttid. If any soldier has bean rt fused reinstatement In any ulace from which be was dismissed by the Demo erotic administration, he has been re futed because the pretut lb-publican Administration does not want to hayj blm reinstated. And bow could Mr Tkaixoh bae been to misinformed as to state that tbe Civil-Service law declares officials of the longest experience and the htglteat efficiency novices 1 There Is nothing In the law or the rule tbat cau be con strued by any fslr-miuded man Into such a declaration; ami It I not too much to say that any mau making such a declaration In ignorance should not be permitted to talk to an Intelligent audience Even Mr. Taaixok has no right to be as Ignorant as he Him to tie. It. C. IIcnxkk contributes another of bit clever short stories, entitled "Mr. Copernicus and the Proletariat," to J'uck of September 17. It is No. X of tbe "Short Sixes" series. "Short Sixes" having proved to popular, the publish ers of -'.-. announce tbat they will shortly republish them la book form. Should IitwiAMiN Harhukuc ever need a monument, he will find an excellent design by C. Jay Tavlok, in I'uek of September 17. F. Ot'i-BK has an ex ceedingly humorous cartoon, entitled "Ten Little TouriaU," in lutk of Sep Umber 17. ini leuium Cuabik II. Skhoiu. it Co. asnounee fcr l mediate publwatlou a new book by Count Ijso Tousrot, entitled "Toil." Tbe eminent author baa joined with himself as collaborator an obscure and unlettered Kuasiaa peasant, Timothm BoriAjiu-v. Tbe ideas made famous in "The Kreutaer Sonata" are again taken up and amplified. There U ear tainiy no f allintr ojf la vigor and interest and tbe book will be sum to make a pro found sensation. Mu. Luuuueii, the chairman of the House CuawuiM on Civil Ssurvicu Re form, detainee to be a candidate for re tdeeUoa. Thu Civil S-Mvle Ccmmiasioa; seal the Fusee bill have beea uu much fur bias. He will retire to the shade of private life, and like Cato of 1 1 pray for rhe good of Burn and t-veer at Hat-ios and LatMiU. Tug Pkmoceatsc gsjuum U Pen sytvatria wac ognauiil at Basittng yueettr sVsjf. PaTfiaatf. Mm nuiiiHslntu for OanrMBtf, Mask a good speech to a big RX1C4SX0 ASCOT TH1 OCaUS. SJIu TUS MK0S 09 till LOHUf SSA- TtM Atlantic Ocean it a Hilarsaat aeeaa, fesAauf a dataraiMti sea Aad tbe vest uu thu ease as good ejwaucB wave, Bur aut good s)Mgk uustsa ear um. ast tha sk tkamm i a mrnitsv taur ik-i. saw wn Hucie re is - But tfcarVs an aw w ttghs tjasB 1 ami I tSuk the uuuto imJtlnml. Vm cka va a tkej en With itMt .tek aal tnair awtri. Milium ajiiitmgajajwaaeatsiaateta Tbe Atlaesui Ocean h a pwausuy wsut patMs tdsui tua ant. But is t auxuut uwu if t Ut i4 uf staiog, Anl U'. ao kind of ucaaa tat am. ibxj t uv mm nut a sun 4 Aa4 the ummjiu witb 1 W Una af liggt' Hutu, tu tiunJ du cj turueatfc tfca sjaoa'e laanrs netw a taw V aigM. And the stut asai Mw anane AndtheuMmn. HniisaW Wtsuout jwsvsg saw e a bset to a T2a2!F BuanAoutinewif ajaZeMl aju -aof taang, U'iblua4f oataaostg 1 saw chat the sent luvnTgujal m A -, uijf pseta stfi stngi But tai ueseb uf mttih tgA a bjm l tar liupiMejsa sharkf itj tjho tsjMant spatli AaU is svuSwd ttmswaU, Without jutiiuuiAii. are a uure 10 s HOTEL ARRIVALS, Mftrwnitfnt. H. Msll, Mseon, t ; L. I.sty, Meft, Als.: . W. 9nNr, Se Tort; Tv. K. Trsft, BrfTiTllte; W, B. Wflltam. tTarreMon. V : nennre KtihrlM ttnl wife, Pblhntelpbts. .frn Hart, Sew Yotlt. A'o;. im John A (Jrlffiitl sod H. . Zellmseher, Se York; Jl. O. flatl, im rnth, SUnn.: fl. X. Itol.tert, Rarisss Cttv. Jlo.: W, H. Tassel, rhllWpns; P. ft. SNitker, MoMIs, Ala.: .I.W, Eiftr, Itltwots: P. Xt. iMtiett, T-rederirk, Md.; J. . JBetrnfftn, nayrtesTtlte, Ats. m. ,rnmt-Vf. H. Stewart, F. E. Hilt an4 T. w. Btrrint. Set? York: A. R Miller, Jli. Amv, . V.: W. W. ntittrrf, Twtsrtans, pta .!.' H. Snttertoh, Jtorth ratottm: M. B, M. Moon. t'olnmbo. Mis.: W. ft. Creteiitc w. Bnti JrtWi. stent or Barrrnm s utrens; . itt nrt fmllv. KnM Cltr: t.. . iwAt.b v ,- . f ur .. i-tMjn- cn-m.. 1 urn, I II . . Jtfin.i, ".viiiiu- bna, Mfs.: k. A. atmomis, rrew Tor-. P. .. Perrell, Danville, Vs. Wirrarrf Stirmtimt Levy, M Bernhantt SWl Then. T. K-i(fer. Sew York: lren K. Walton, ftummetstorm, Ps.; C. H. Delano, iMnsten, III. fpjf 8. P. Pfert-e !ew rastl,Ps.: F. Nor hand Jaeob Ienten, Ssn Jose, Csi.: C. A. H. IMltMeMlnetDnaU; A. !S. Patten, ifaelsis. Mass.; Wlilfem 0. Fowler, Rleri nr,.t. Vs. -i rknm K. W. Itrooks snd Charles R. Fowler. Sew York; J. R. Steenker, Bf-. kljti: Frsncls T. Cnembtrft, nrll.Hl phls. Arhvpttm T. M. MamseU, S, B. French. B. W. ( omes, Sew York; I), i. Ralley, Dearer, Col.; U, L. PPthngb, Simpson flotaer sad C. Porter, PntsRnrtr; if. O. Sterensoti, Lowell, Mass.iOeonre A. Ctay, Walthsm, Mass. -4rii Henry Ho con, rhlladelphts. jVammarfi'e F. H. Medlngbaus and Alex. MedlMghstt, ?t. Louts; F7 t. 9tanwo--d, Bontr n; Mr. snd Mrs. L. It. Stone, St. Psnl, Minn. Jfntel JohnmnM. MeCaul Wstson, Psrls, France; C. Tabtn, 9Sn Franetseo; It. Jseoby, Xew York; G. A. Pajton, Lovr amls, Pa.; J. 11. Bond, Baltimore. nndfrrt P. It. Sejtmwr, Baltimore, V. F. Lamer snd wife, J. II. High smt C. J. Htthhell. KhbiU Clifton (owb, V. A.: Jsmes OIllmltHler, l'htlielt.bl; AY. H. Mc Meeben, Wbeollng, v. Vs.: Alexsmler Ihtnn, ("smlirfde. Mass ; Yv. B. Wrmsn sml wtfe, C. F. Allen, U'altham, Maes.; A. R. Turner, Jr.. Boston: H. V. Hlalr, ntts burg; K. 8. Rlee ami wire, Chicago; Hon. II. U. I'avne. .Milwaukee; .(. S. StlektMV, New Y'otk: Mil. 8. C. Vediler, Virgnla; 3. 0. Ayers, V. S. N. PERSONAL. Colonel ami Mrs. 0. G. Staple of V Muni's have returned from a pleasant vacation spent among the Thottsaml Islands and other points of Interest along tbe St, Lawrence. Twelve members of the United States Senate are natives of New York. H. Herry Wall is a dally rider at Saratoga. Ills wife always accom panies him. Central Grant always "Uptxxl" a Pullman car porter with a $3 bill. Harrison gives a quarter. "(.nil Hamilton." Abigail D.xke. cotidtie's "a lllble talk" evi-ry Sunday afternoon at Secretary HUloe's. David Durily Field is going to be prei'Btfd to Queen Victoria, tie Iim alwajs dei'limd heretofore. James Kedpath is asalttlng Mrs. Jifferson Pavla In preparing the me moirs of ber hubsml Tor publication. Itlder Haggard s first book was a complete failure. It was "Cetewayo and His White Neighbor." II made 10 on LU second "Dawn." Vilnee Albert Victor Is tbe only son of a prince of Wale who has taken bis seat In tbe House of Lords before his father's accession to the throne. Queen Victoria is said to be partial to men, She gave eight "levees" for tbem during a season and only two "drawing rooms are held for women. Though this has been one of the busiest summers In Dr. Tslmage's public career, be aas he has never been so healthy, and that, Instead of being lirrd, be feels rested. Professor John It. Hanlon, vice-president of Pennington Seminary, has In vented a new theodolite ami transit in strument, of which tbe telescope can be accurately raised or lowered to tbe proper height attar it bas been leveled. Archbishop Corrlgan was born In Newark, N. J., where bis father was proprietor of a popular hotel on Market street. Tbe building stood there until quite recently, just below tbe First Na tional Hank, In tbe best business por tion of tbe city, when it was displaeed to make room for anumberof buildings better adapted to these days. Gttbot Luilce a a Uuriutlty, Prm ikt .V.i Yort I'tnOug Put, The way tbey have carted poor Mr. Cabot Lodge about in Maine and made blm at every meeting "say a few words about his J'orcebill, reminds us of the story of tbe English showman who ex hibited amoni; bis properties a brother In apparently tbe last stage of consump tion, and wonderfully emaciated, and always ended bU account of tbe malady with, "Cough for tbe gentleman, BUI." HMD u Sluklnic Muaey. Jfrtm Uu Hm-r fttu. "Moee Jacobs, a Dee Moines news boy, is laid to be worth $l,oue." This wa tbe way tbe Hem first appeared three week ago. The following day it read to the effect that Mose Jacob was worth 110,000. This week it ap pears tkai Mose it worth U)u,u0u, all made by lucky real estate investments. Awasstfug to the a&aae rate of utesease. Mose stands to be worth $1,000,000 next week. Hester Tluw Stou JMmneaitt!. ynmUUJftw YortHUtr. 01 a plain man of letters UU lid win Arnold is getting a great deal of ad vertising nowadays. He must be the envy of the hba4 dramatic psofeeeina To be so much talked about would be worth tbJMiaaada of doliaw to any actor, and many a man of tave stage would travel a far journey if be could be pub bnawd to tbe English speaking world at faUing tn love with a sweet Japanese mMT9 s ill 1 iwgHtitilwn tnr linhUvnu. It .tow U Sjfclttv. wiw hm aow aMCfiiMnV nUI Bl0(f , gfittkll lint llttltBnWl lO ttsttMM tnlkS fiUt 4nf tiMI WsMAgaliltT OlgsWinM in -Am You Uktt it." nu wimnt be tai- AgmUtti LtM Wnft iBtAiiU Hits fgn jav ftsnVnl stsannFs wuu swsnanr avnniBjp vannw unw bbbbju sisnnv rwet of IW wi lat wauautea wiab T A XJttiw (at tbat id-lw em. tave'i giM i tine! snvpsssns iBISBjPtaBs tBjpfnnSj tBssnflg PPT BJSnBBBBJs" BBSggep espsUBBt sflFeB VuausvpVi fJBBlimntBi!BsBBj W gBV m Mr m mm AamtMatJM. '" - SMJUt JatlHIiMWirilJ HWiT MY GsBMat ttgt ItftnJUItl 10 4)eCfliW nuf NOtflnl 1ff H Ijnulsv rTtBlBfBnn usenna vlPJprBt WeBBlB sp Pswi ajgtTVtt-il WannTdBnut Bni tanunt AnManMlsnnitnBmnT s'wsw 't nvmasBs1 njsw unisf BjBnnaannMBjBnuHBj etunas See aeswsatseae rim ttom0m tm. Of tik ka anW IWaypt wak tsd tkveir way to a printiBg oance nuebiag is URire appreciated than a -"jJ wnt.r- Uitlju nil .ur ftlefcl Hi:.ji Di'y AMUSEMENTS. the !atifij ThvwHwt. The MH nt Or Xew 5atwml nest k will be one. In whtoh fros-alty Is roupltd with escellenr-e, both of Indi vidual festnrts and ene1nbe. The perfonrtance Is one of hfeh rlatn vande ville. and will be gfvn by Xafm' Hew Internationals, a company of n-wn the rbllrtoclphla press is extttnMt In Irs praise. Tbe artists appwamtg nfe cnlled from the piinclpte ttnMtthra of Emopc. and every act Is tlnptutnlet tchrmwiedired In Its line. Twe Mil contains rlercn number of equal InHsr est. Leotice, assisted by Mfm. tot1n, opens with a fine Jiurgllng mM eqoll ItiHsth; act and In quick swecesainn follow AHs Minnie Cnnntngha'n danmvtir: the Hroihert Botntil, nlsip pesTine demons-. John W. ftsnso n , dlalerf comedian: the Avoloa, youthful marvilson the triple hftrs; the grmt Cayman, Lieutenant Travis, the M tuskles. Jnco and Coco, hum-rtt nvrk rrs; Mons. Aldow. agisted by Mille. Tbeo, mnsleal and elecrlesl eccei trfnuet, and Bryant snd Klchnvmd, the Arrterican sketch srtls's. Vaudevllli of hish elans is a most popular strh' of entertainment, ami tbe Internationals are the best In their line, tale of seats opens to morrow. AltmBKh' (Irani pmn-llu-i The first opera engagement will occur at Albangh's next week, where Stahl's uceeMful opera comiqnc, "The Sea Kiiur," will receive Its first presentation In Washington by tbe William J. Gil more Comic Opera Company, an or ganixatton of decided merit ami strength, amone whom are Mark Smith. 11. K (.1 rati am, Ada Olaset, Frank A. Howard. Katie Gilbert, Charles It. Church, Hose Dana and Augusta Hoche. The opera proved the hit of New York the past summer where It wss given at Palmer's Theatre, snd will secure the same attention here as there having the advantage of being conducted by tbe composer with an augmented orchestra. The seat sale will commence Friday. Ilurrl.' llljiin Thrntro. "A Perilous Voyage" belongs to tbo melodramatic type thai bas always been highly popular n lib the theatre-going public. It is full of stirring situations, and the action of the play is made vivid and Inti-nte by the me of the most elaborate cenlc appliances. The com pany which will appear In this piny at Harris' llljou Theatre next week con tains people whc;c names are Intimately associated In tbe public mind with etll clent work. The cast will Include Gcomp Weseel", Harry Clifton, Horace F. Dawson, I). L. DeLacey, Henri Lynn, Thomas Meexan, William Has tings, John Gllroy, Dan Noblo, Nellie Ktlltig and Mrs. I-red. Hooker. There Is, of course, the usual complement of supernumeraries, who deserve attention In connection with "A Perilous "oy age" from the manner in which they are atl to be drilled. Competent staje management is one of tbe essentials tn successful melodrama, and In this pir tlcular "A Petllous Voyage" his oeu strongly Indorsed. Soils for the en f:gem-nt will be placed on sale at the k.x office to morrow morning. KnimH'fi " W HBlilnf-tiui Tlieritr Lester and Allen's licked Vaudeville Stars, rnmbtrtd with Mons. Arnold Kiralfy's Parisian llallel Troupe, which la specially engaced, will be tbe at traction at'Kernun s next week. Lester and Allen are famous ami popular vaudeville artists, and have surrounded themselves with a host of noted vaude ville stsrs, who promise a highly amus ing and Interesting entertainment. 3 1 on. Arnold Klralfy, acknowledged the greatest ballet master lu the world, riresents a number of character dancers, ntroducing the world's gteatest char acter dansetitc. Mile. Josephine De Itosa, and the great American premier, Jcabnetta. Under the guidance of this acknowledged master the ballet will prove one of tbe richest features. Seats now on sale, Tbe Parisian Folly ami Spectacular Company, tbe attaetlon this week, with its realistic balloon voyage, lu superb spectacular scenes and ft pretty French artists, I giving entire satisfaction. Ladles' matinee to-morrow. aItoryoftheday. Heath ami Vuoerul of Itebvrt lluroa Irani a t'onttinporury New -paper. Here Is an account of tbe death and funeral of Iiobert Hums, taken from a newspaper of the time: "On theSlst (July, 17tS) died, at Dumfries, after a lingering Dlseas. tbe celebrated Itobert llurns. His poetical compositions, dis tinguished equally by tbe force of na tive humor, by the warmth and tender ness of passion, and by tbe glowing touches of a descriptive pencil, will re main a lasting ruoauusent of tbe vigor and versatility 01 a mind guutea only by tbe lights of nature and tbe Inspira tion of geeius. The public, to whose amusement be has so largely contributed, will learn with regret tbat his extraordinary en dowment were aceowpaoied br frailties ublch renderid him usslesa to biw-Mlf and hia family. Tbe last mouths of bU life were spent in siekaeas, and hi wife, with Ave infant children, to now left without say resource but wbat site usay hope from tbe regard due to tbe memory of ber husband. Actuated by tbe re gard which Is due to tbe shade of such a genius, his remains were interred ou Mecday last, the 23th. of July, with mUhaiy boson and every suitable re spect. The corpse having previously beam conveyed to tbe tows kali of Dumfries, remained these till tbe following cere ntonv took nlaee. That military inure. consisting of tbe Cttnuue Port Cavalry and tbe anguashlru Fetuibies, having naimtoaaety usuiesea uietr service, lined tbe street on both tide of that burial ground. Tbe Royal Dumfries Volunteers, of which fee wa a member. in uniform, with crape oat their baft arm, supported the bier, a party of that corps, apptauted to perfom the mili tary otaequae, uuwing is slow, sokuut Usee to law 'Dead Match in Saul.' which was played by a military baud - psecettea is mouxsauj array wm trust sewesead. "Tbe pttavcsMl ustt of tjmlub.bsiaeu of the aeigbsiorbsMd. wits a number of particular friend of Ike bard, from tu aaoMt parts, followed is nsuctawioa, th great ldl of that cbiuciws tolling af inurvale. Airivd at tbe cbucbyajs C, use fuueral patty, Mwdisg to rubtsof thai exetdae. formed two Hue, M ietuaed taveir heads ua ibeu iruhicki poiuted to the ground- Turuugk this spate the corpse was carried The party drew up alongside tbe grave, eud after tbe iattrmra itud tbcue vvuisr oser it. Tbe wboie cereswuy presentusj a irile pj, grmsd asi agecttsg ipurtatin, and aiGCOBJaai with the MBaDral regntj fur the has of a mas wkote like u sNsJ sgajiifr ace agaAu.'1 a tte-a lasuu stujMsa, w. trim Uu Xm JTerA TUmt No good KlaiBw BspubUcau, obsure itig Ikat Kbt. Waiiint 1 atntnirusly dviidtd ail leftmigfc to Spktr Keud't caavaat sd M eaentii.iB of UU tuuue, could bafbor at) inatast dwuU a tat tbe deabte of thu Secretary uf State to nee tbe Speaker uf ihi H iuc 4 Ut re- srLUllvis liUUjll!it.J -UlJ r. J tUc -a! DlitLltit .1L. -1' Li S-i, It, -piflktr'a triumph was grand, lin it'is. insolent, nh t now the cnlos i ',euio He Is tbe Man from Maine, ard Mr. Blaitvc. sUtlng hi itt chilling tbaiUs of defeat, breathing fn the fo of Bar Harbor, now rtatl, that for trra first time In twenty years Ire la only a man fn m Maine. 1 iketr m fcs .spineil. Frnm tU Ttimtim Krcmrit. Corgrcfsmati Cattnori, Who recently cut ucb a dlagmeful flgmw In Con f rr appears to be In a fair way of getting tbe reward be so richly deserves. Thou eh he represents a strong rtepuh Itean diMrict. It Is thought that be will be defeated by at least 2,0TTO totes. Fourteen of the most Influential itews papets of his party In his district fefti to support htm. There Is sattsfacttmt in believing that at let one of the par ticipants In the most diegncefnl Incl dents tbat ever occmred In the hails of legislation will not have the opportunity to do m stain. Are Tm-T All Veterans? f)nm A Ctncinnntt n imtt cMf?imfe(.). We are wont to speak of thu war vet eran as griMred heroes, whw r rapidly falling from the ranks. lint tins Grand Army of the Hepttbflo exhibit no pres ent Signs of weakening. On tire don trary, it now numbers rwnrly tntl.OW members, showing a gain fn the last year of more than 20,000 member, and n loss by death of only 1,774. Long live the grand army! Living Witnesses Who testify to the rcnllr eeratlve rmwera of Iloo-fs &a rsa partita are fonmt atl over the coaalry. The remarkable snceeM of Hood's Sarsaparlll Is one of the wonders of the day. MoprenaratkmeveracbteTeil eo great r-itpn-larlty m w short a litre. This la iltta to the faet that It does exactly what we elalm It will do. Its onresare never ortnttrawai Its tnceeMee ere not exnetrrateil If you have never tried It, do so. Dovcri U'tlli Ulilnl J "I waa ran down from olo applk'AUon to work, but wim told I bad malaria al wae dood with quinine, etc.. whleli was ueelees, t derided to take flood's SArsanartlls ami am now feellnc stroes: and cheerful. Ifeetaat' ialted It will boned t any who aire It a fair trial." Mii.uam 1). DnjtMim, 9tt HprlBftst.. Sew Yotk City. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all drutta. SI; six for ft. Prepared only by C. f . HOOD A CO.. Lowell, Mae. 100 !sr linn Itollur orrwa ok WOODWARD LOTItBOr, earner lllh and If ttt. b. w. WAirtlXOTOX.U.a itONDAV, SgrTnlttlgR l,l). DNBM THlMJtlMO. A LAHtlE AB0.tTJJK.T JOfeTRBCElVBD. UfaMk fllk 01oh with ChMllla, 1 to 81 laebeswide, SI, , tB, W.M.ie, t,7S and jr.te per yard. Btask Silk Ohapla leaf deatffas.ttol Inttioii wW. I, tl.M, rt.ns, Jt M, JtJff and M fr yard. Uiaak Silk Yaadyke la leaf dsslans. II to 71 Ubd-P,$I,StJt,llja,t.7S te.K.Wiutd St.Ttpsryaid. Black Stlk Olwp,St and Si lae wW, j.T8 aad St per yard. Black Stlk Creebet TrtaUBla. to St tttebes wtda, SlJ aad M par yard. Dlaek Stlk Croabat Trunin Inga ta Vandyke IHdats, a. J ami M laehes deep. JI.SS, t aad SUpar yard. luaak Silk OHae,t laeluu wfcU,JcT3 per yard. Narrow Jet Jfuau, I tech wtda, at, S, et, Tse sad Sl per -rod. Jet Patteawterle la Vandyke aad Imert Mur. 1 to t hhmhm wide, tau, SLta, SlJt,SIJa, S, IS. t aad U par yard. Btaek SUk Pniniinttris utseves. SiM aad S per pair. Jet aad Gilt and Silver Jet Pninaamntarta. 1 aad It laches wide, 8 t-M aad SS.TS per yard. Cat Steel Patiiiautarle, i te Inabas wide, Tt. Ste, St M aad it M per yaed. White htlk aad Velvet Apuoua, with gUtb. leatdl(ak, 1 taeaeii wide, $ par yusd, SUk Apuaue ia Uowa aad fdlt, nhsai aad allt, biiw aad silver and U rase aad attt, t isuae wide, St M per yard. !trktaeat Jewel Pwasmeaisst. hums wide, S lr yard. fandan Aitntu ta gtaan and white, at buriuai wWe, M par yd. Cttkwed st mi itml ApJawaa, with attt and Pes isaussteat.U aad wish 1111 wise, sue aad M par-pad. fcUfc IrHsaa with lstodau otdaau.1 haat rmm rasgrvisrsnBBBj "wsss rssfantitian sajffBnBsiuaiB sutneannnw wstie. af per patd. Mask SW. sraU Stda. ejsssntp vfjpjpjaig ennuta nwungens ue sw sna iskiek ag Httdd Vnl 1. nun ilnaamn-suf ejsjnu-a. W)tra(, wuVsW WOODWARD I LQT10F, C.inB-llllmJ PSW.S. IV. -aaMaB---BB-aw9MaMaBa-amsBSBaaaB riiinyn 1 ri ar aFr"ews-fffeF' "" OTuaistrr inty, Will Waasbsarmsv B a. "lananP'STaBjaBBianBBsp sanp ix? WaMswUsri WtUtil VV (rW endPBppiBBth AsrW3utalf T-i4 Wand ant S at . Uhaaaeaf hnanttajL Uaiiatawa ate., waihltiirsnn B. K Isautiaaw ta the i'uus uf the Isssatnt aaet o r-niuw, -.) f3, J. U. SKlBJB.n. faUtXiFu, ZAi'HUT 4k kV-KtWiara. AlLuiUu J.I UtW. FOR A GOOD SHOE iiisiT Wilson & Carr's For an Easy Shoe GO TO WILSON & CARR'S. Wft effy th Hilt itlM tA PMtWt tlenwaattnasutrat Wilson & Carr's I'nthlntinMeMtR 3tcn. so. nao i' CTitr.irr x. w., Washrnaton, D. C. BALT1MORR STORR, 1 nud O 1VKST lt.VT,TI3IOItn STItlinr. KBIT I'UIU.tOATItlNS. The Cyclopiia Britannica, COMrLBTK IN BVBRT ITKM. Jtot a word ehamred frnm the ettirlaal, SS vols., with Maps, e. FOR ONLY $37.50. THE CHKAPB8T 1100K KVBIt rUHUBUBI). Bsamtne It for yourselves. New ready for delivery by W. H. LOWDERMILK & CO., 1441 nml US6 F street. It ItDVOATION'AIi. pHAPLOTTK HALL SCHOOL. lrrt-HW Situation nnanrpasse-l for health. Enslkli, Clastleal, Mathermtleal, Ctiramerelal and Military Cour-o. noard and tuition, $190 for tea month. Per parttettlars address It. W. StLVBSTKIt, Cbarlotte Hall, aal(,Sra St. Mary's County, Md. YTAMDMHILT UNIVB1WIT7, Nashville, Tena, Tea FeMawshlps, H) easb, with free tul Hen, open to aradnatas wlshlaff te pursue buther eeutres. Aai,r WIL8 WILLIAM. Seeretary. VITBLLS C0LLB0K FOR W0MB.V, Aurora, Cayuya Lake, N. Y. Three full eoartes ef study. Loeathm beautlfalandbsalthfal. A reaasd Cbrtstlan heM. ew balbltmr ready next September. ttim toln. BKl'TBMHEK IB, laW. Send far eataleaue. B.S.FItlSUEK, D, I)., rrlnslpal. -yA8HlNGT0N AN0 LBS UN1VBH8ITV, LazleuteSi Va. Tor eatategue address a.w.aLBB, Preaulsat. 7BItM0ST ACADEMY. ONK OF TUB BBST IN NEW ENGLAND. StodeoUM every aolleua In Nsw Baalaad. Atbetouab praparatten. Flrst-elsM fastll Ue la EsalUli. ItalMlau sew, large and at trastlve. Lahsratortss, Oyala aad all faeiHtles. Abte teaabsrs. Terms audrate. AddraM VBHMONT A0ADBMY, naxUMM Btver, Vt. w BuLKYAN AOADBMV, WUteahaa, Mas. Oae at tbe baV-dewu best asadseris aad elaiiteat telinoai la 'w Bngtaad. Tispij aeat at tat la advaaae wittaever endlaary tultlea, wtth beard, far faH tesss, Iraatentai; AWiiwrsr. fiaeJUal fnP autaLooun t-A BEY. Q. M. UTBBLE, Prtoetpal. S" T.JOHK'S COLUtSB, Md. nWit SttPTaW- -u eu-p -Bl BB8. But aft In jr. 1-2 IBhV tkeiaS s-lft-- TtanWAM utty-, it . Bu ""iWsnastanjaBtBajSJiJja -PHiBt IMsWitviVltB uawWYWslsMV1 mm mt Yea s-g bUKUf s-hffiUf wn tat iats en s &w i&Hi&k dtV SBnBBBBnBBVW etUBBBBlltis tMSnMm mmmmm' BJM llBlBti BBBBBTet BBBBBBS lllMar tO 7-BBBBbV HUHUt BSBSBtBU UBBBBBUP UnuBBfUF sffgannp gnaneBB UUV sinpsBBBB sBBBiaUBBeUf &aajt Jbjjhajaaajf)apn aaftakl mj-k ""'' ILtBBlAMr. wTstnnBjfssjBjBJHap -a, ananfffjBunr'' Q 0B4eatstauv at of UUi. BEV. i'AYB WJU, BE. Pri.dUi.jt SaMsjsvBBsaSktejitjBnbBnll. 3sj41lBSB)janr BIIVOATinAT.. TflEBmiTZSGTfQILif LASgUHSES Ttl 14th street Wertliwes,. Pest ae1 et frs-Mteat lastTuction. TXRwS, $:o. Brarebcs la Pew Tor:, Boston, Fhttadel pWa, t Wrsaw, Parts, BerlM, boMon, etc. sr.tm Georgetown University, Washington, D. C. 8THTOT,0F ARTS A!tt SnRJrrlW (Oeirau town 01reta. iew term tafinssuptem iter 11. preparatory Hepnftment fw Boarders. CoHeetare nenaitment for BosMers and Pay !as10stn. ,f. ItAva-ta Riobabivs, s. j., prwMent. 8CttOOt. OF JtRDICtNlt. Term opens Octo ber 1. (t. L. MiaavBUSt, X. P.. Poau. M.t Ysmwnt av . b. w. SCHOOL OF LAW. Terra or ens October I. 8. M. yiutxas, (eeretary, Oeoteetoun Iaw IruHdhia. "r. F and th st. n. w. 3. HAVBW8 RICHAMPS, S. J., Reeter. aaletosephs Georgetown Unlversttf Schaol of Law FACULTY. REV. .t. HAVBNS RICHARDS, 8. .t., rreeident of tbe trnlv-arslty. C1IAHLB8 W. HOFFJtAN. LL. D., Dean or tbe Faculty. HON. WILLIAM A RICHARDSON. LL. D., (ChlSf Jnstloo r. 8. Comt ot CTalms) Lecturer on Matutory and Admtntstratlve Ijw nml 1 eaftl MaxInH. MARTIN r. MOItRIS, LL. D., Lecturer m contltntkmat and Interna tional Law, Admiralty and Comparative Jurisprudence. . HON. JBRBMIAII M. WILSON, LL D.. Lecturer on tbe Lawaflleal Batate and the Law of KTldeoee. HON. ANDREW C. IIRADLKY , (Justice Supreme Court, District or Colum bia ), Lecturer nn Common Iw. Plead ing and Equity Juritrtrndence. .tOSKTH J. DARL1NHTON, LL. D Lectareron the Law of Personal rroperty, Contraots and Negotiable Paper OKOHOK K. HAMILTON. LL. D., Lcettiraron tho Law of Partnership, Corpora tions, rinctlcc and Teatarsentary Law. It. ROW PKItltY.A.M., Lecturer on Criminal Law. Domwtle Rela tions nnd Torts. MOOT COURT. Circuit Court: Prof (ieoreo K Hamilton. Court of Aical3: Profa. Martin F.Morris, Ardrcw C. Ilradley and it. Ross Perry. Introductory lcctnro and announcements for the enaulnn term at tlio Law ltiilldlne. corner 6th and F Ma. n. w,.on WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1. at 0:80 p. m. 'All Interested arooor dlally Invited to attend. Tho library, now comprlalDR tho BnitlUli and trad ImrAinerlean reports and the latest text books upon tn-Ht lepal subjects. Is located In the LawUulld lnir, with commodious readlnir rooms at tached, atd will bo open from 8 a.m. to 10 p. in. dally. Pumlay excepted, to students and alntnnl of tbo school. alio secretary can be seen at the Law UtilldtnK on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Halur da) s, from 7:Sn to 8 ao p. m., for Information, enrollment, eto. Circulars eIvIbk course of study, trrms, eto., can be obtalnwl at book stores of W. It. Morrison 1UIF t.n.w and Ltwdcrmllk A Co., 1194 Fat. n. w . and at W. S. Thomr-on's drne: store. 70S 15thst n. w.,or iii appllcathin. personally or by tat ter, to the undersigned 8. M. Y BATMAN. seplO-lm Secretary and Treasurer. ACADEMY OF THE HOLY CROtW. UUMum. Ave., Affords every facility for aennlrlnc a thor ouftli education In literature, ranslo and art. The iBttrumenta taugbt are piano, harp, vio lin, guitar, mandolin and banjo. Language, geeeral voeai, ' rawing and fancy work free. set,ty S'ATIONAL MEDICAL COLLBOK-MRDI-oat and Dental IirwttmH.t of the nmblan University. The sixty-ninth an nual course of medical lectures and fourth ilfutal course will Ix-eln on Wednaslar, October 1st, at 8 p. m.. In tbe Colleio Iiulld ln, tats II st n w. Introductory madleat tec lure ny i'rorcaaer win tarn l, .m. 11. ueutal Introductory by Professor Mark M. Ploly. D. I). 8. Tbe antumn nxamlnatlona will be teJd on Thursday, October 1, at TA) t in. For elrculara of both departawats apply to Dr. A. F. A. Kink-. Dean, f'JU Thirteenth st a w. Office hours 9 toll) a. in. uud 1 to3. m Telephone 83. ep,9-lra. SrENCEHIAN HUStNReS COI.LBOE Cor, 7th and I) at, a. w., Embraces Six School, vis: Febeot of Practical Buaineaa aad Aeeouats. frebool of Preparatory Practical BaiclUb. feboot of Shorthand aad Typewrttltur. School of ipBosrla Fraclleul Paaunashlp. ttokool of Metbaaleal aad AreMteetural I rawing. CebooJ of Civil Pervtee Tralnlag. Day and Night Seaaioe. Illaitratsd Cata loguee free. H C. SPBNC8U, LUR.. FruHpal. MRS. 8ARA A. SPKNCHtt. TPrlaolpl. wl.tf rilUE COLUMBIAN rNlVBK3ITV. Tho Preparatory School opeus eetd. i. Tbe L'oluwbUB Cotlease open Sept. St. The Uoreoran 8teat lie Sehout opeaw Oat. 1 Tbe Law School at the Uulrersity upeiw ot.t. Tbe Med leal Sebool o( tbe Uulrr-4.y Oct. J. The Uectal Sebool of tbe UaiveraMy uei. 1. For catalog-see or ether lafeftaattaa ad urw JAMBS C. WBLLINO, LL.D.. Frestdeat. J&1L s T. CBCBUAS ACADBMY FOR YOUN LAUIXsi AXU CUIUIKKH I'eopeM MOKDAY, SBFT. g. Maate aad PataUae Reeetve Seeeial setjiaa J4tenttou. "TIMEHUON IN8TITUTB. Ah l I lu b at., bet. T aad K sta. aeleet chuvlcal aad iaalhwiaHnal school far yesBg H.w and boj . Rglu Its tldrty-aiath year MONDAY, SEPTEMBBK tt. Prvtuuea ior Harvard, Yale, Friaeotoa, Jeba lloekuu, Leblgfe, and other collettea and uulveseMtw; for tbe wleiitlAo sebools, lulled Htate Mili tary aad Naval aoadeadeti. and (or bu-aaee. SpuU deturtBent for boy between 8 aad W year of age- A fall coarse la aedeta hva gsutge. For uartlculam aiidnti CHAS. B. YOilNO. sag lat IMaclpei. a OHWOOD INarTtTtrTB BeaauaasSBrMBBst SB, wttn uuifrei ltd ftjOMJtr asM WAsMT BBBBlssnWtnnnWaiBB MB. aad MBd. WM. B. OABBCL, TBrTLBY SCnusui, FOt tsfrt m Mckantssi as, agar sans st. KuwYustaSf. t. gju WtJesess Jsanssu A. B FfB- BULBar .L-L pAMtBtaB ufltnflt MAMAMSir WWHUatsr1 kUU. sBsnunagsud nueu be ueur j. UK. AltttnVtt SssUMJi. M MK -MastvsUnPsi MSMMAWUttMMdi lasxJ &) bnaV 91M JJfkJkkJIsjl haV UflBBBBkaBSl anWaanVl BtnMnlpaar V0 ajMnVaBntMsi. WW IM saMttlul bi m memt ef mm mm saaaxs. star sate a asss)sB' nmSflaVB QQUJIBB nUVAJtaVWaatV H-J. aWasdln stobusd fcsi Busts sjsb Bsauui Mtuv i SUf BB B B COOX, A St , Ph U ASttfSIBIrtK-tTS. A LBArGlfS RAND OFBRA HOV8B Every Erenttig, tfednesday and Satnr.ls? Matinees. the Only and original KIRALFY BROS. OmWnedNewanrt Olcantlc SppotinMr Prodnf tlnn of Amuird the World in 80 Days Tn Its entirety as ateteated at Nlhi.v, Tfcetrs, Ne Tors 3B-PBItFOSJM!lRa.xio The Great Btkadojtallet. The Btectrc-Dynamltc Won lor. THE SALAMBOB. fioVgeows Sew Oostomes 8pnerr tnd Para pbermilta. Prod need nrMlertne pir-on, di- reetfonottbe . .. KIRALFT BRrrrnBRS. pt. M The Wm. .1. Ollmore Opera C m TBB 8BA BISQ. "f ft SEW NATTOwAL THEATRE. Everv evening. Wed. and 8at Mt London and 1ew Tora snrcsss ' h. JtsTerse and R 8 Taylor Thrilling jfelodrama, A DARK SECRET, Wttn therermtthableaqnatlc -, Tfce Old Chnrch at Henley aid tl . 11 it -s Reeatta. Real row boats, eanoes, racing snclK an I steam lsanches on A RIVER OF RBAL WATBR. Flocdmgtbe siege fronj wall to wall, (rim twr to eight rent deep. Oeevtre Hosmer, New Bnetand's ermmi ton oarsman; the Herbert I ros.. tbe famons ar meats, sad the Diy Quartet, in votal -, leethms on the water. West Week-Marks' lnternatkmalVan-lcvlUcs relMt HAHHI8' DMOU TIlBATItB.-One Week, CWBBsenetftg MONDAY, SBIT. l Tbe roptdar YonngAetor, N. S. InOOD. la His Latct Snceess, OUT IN TUB STREETS, Freeeated With New Scenery, Novel Meeban icai .HueeM ami n seieei irompany. Next Wsek-A rEniLpUSJVOYAO E1lB,St I j n NEW WASHINGTON o THEATRE, 11TH ST. THI3 WBKK Ladles' Matinee To morrow. PARISIAN FOLLY AND SPECTACULAR C"). Iteatlstle Dattoon Voyage! Around the World In Bight Dayl Superb Spectacular scenes! cjueens of the ParletAti Ilarlesqne' elSjSt 1I.ODE T1IKA1HK. V MONDAY. SEPT. IS MATNARD A MBNIX'BA'S CYCLONE OF NOVELTIES A Phenomena! Crtmlval of Celebrities. MatlLeee Monday, Wed netJay, Thursday and Friday Admbvslon, 10, 90, no and Sec, scl'U RACE MEETING IIRBEDB8S' ASSOCIATION OF MARYLAND AND DISTRI TOF OOLl'MIUA, HENNINOy, WKDNRSDAY AND TlIl'RRDW, SEPT. Ii AND IS. Four isros each day. U.nno In pnrses. One. two. three and four ye.tr .t colts. , S: is, Mb nnd S rlases. hvi eshihlt'on of ttorses from the breeding tarms or Marrlanri and District of rolumbla in front or the grand -tand eath day Ku't Marine Rand, forty plet-es Theso lety i vent or trts- seeson ."-pedal trains leave Rati more ami Potomar depot every half h ur, hi -gtinlng at tr u'el.ik. Fa-t raring, l.iw crowds, gnoil musle Hnd One display ol ho, e--Admission, Jl. Ladle admitted fren to all Irt of the ground- No objeotlnnai'n hir acter alloneil. (OI,. r VICTOR Hltdll MAN, rresWentiOBN. FELIX AtlNl'x, l-c PreWeet;(IBN K. F. BK' LBV Second M Fre-blenlj 11BNJ. WHITE, Secretary re'.',' r, miiK KEOLIKN. lathe Qrat of All Musical Initrnmints Ueau It perform any raaslo rom a waits or a ballad to an ovurture or a symphony moro twtutlfHlly and more nearly Itxfeet than aay other single last ru meat. The Aeolian Is not meebaiikal, but tbo manipulation of It Is so simple that a person eaalesra loputy tt with from one t) three weeks' practice. Tour visit to see this In etremeat will he esteeased a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, f PA. AVE., Vole Agent for Me-away ami Other First Class FkuwM aad Oruans. trnUOATIONAIi. JlJ UHt BAYABIF'- INSTITUTE. Borwulk, Coaa, A Nesse MmmU for OlrU aad Yoeag I Me steer at hnarittag pupiU KatMed to t -Excellent advantage ta Musie, Art a-' laairnsges. Graaamluni. Pleasant grou BeaHhfal b-eattoa. Puatbt boarded tbr the tutnaer Btoatha, Beard, washing a tuition la the Btudtslt btaaeluM, JsM l sebolasti year- ad fur esreubu -nOBBMAMYUAU. BOAKDIad AND BAY BCHOOL FOR YOU.W LABIBB. Welltagteid, Oaaa. AsauteakBt end pseuawtury Bourse. FslSStpnh. MfsW LAWilKC aad MISS wtrrz KBBn. Cfarsssaw turet hstsuw tst-fOuBK 3, For ealntoiase I'SsHans UsaJIUAKY MALL. V UTB sttTrTWTB. UeaUr, Fa. The Btw. lat)rtsMMV B. BOOFBR. M Am Betel als iter. Buur a received m s tu salad ssastef fauUly. At Mts. Mr. Hooper lew seat beg tu btoeuasd. YeJa. Frincetun. tlsnaiibla. 1 iisjia:. Aaanillit. TrUlty. West Ftand, ABaptts. e-. aid has not b4 t .m date far "Mtsttatttas lajuetad. Tt iUlrt'UJTSigiMiuaiCAL StaOuL, MadvtUe,Fa, BsMteatau but aaCaraaSJaa Mtatstry. Boo sent and UaltsNS fsau. Ajsuatrnnedfeeof taa tHraMasBMaaetasirfsesue. AH expense. BStFYSUtBBB '.(. V.,WVaptaiOiAD D, Mwadvli.e, Fe, T UtMant aieBrsnaVaJSY, IJsU.FsV A ijBMttui tvs roeag gui andyouot.- '.. i.o- Iniunater Coaaty, Pa- r a yc-r iante. Mae; lUuruiiiii uf the u.diTidiu.1 uts4i;veryiliw- H per year TSMaWV 43WMMrsulf taTBdssssL COULBftlctTY, 4X)ta(tJaMaHUuatsMLaBnVas s.1 tela IfansdSa HwasataaM Votnt. rftJ IBmLSBKJ Thii tens."sTegeJCuuue ajg Begrees y ew t L.i. i ilgai". j III A ai.i rp&jpjtbx