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THE DAIIjY CRITIC1, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPtEMRER 20,1890.
& i i Daily Critic n ATX CJtffTAt. BXamV SMcaVmrtO .iMi'mnVR oniric wimPas. OFFICt: f4S D STREnVT mftTHvTmf, WAMffiWrfOft CTW. P r. TstrWB or SPBScmPtlOll. tjt!njjirmptsrmtywn' 18 " 1 month trttr ra tt cRy, 1 month .... m A"" I'M &Ui0, ft. I "I I .r Wi!t0!t, B. C, RTT. SB. tS. ""SaViAMS COSVERt02s lnS' tj w's tribute to the Memory i ' H 1 te ftssTtRt. .'. Rasdall, i .!.!: 'During kit IHteM Mr. t srAt.i. guts much tfamght 1.1 telitUn (ineetrofts, and M A ttmtt of hit meritutkmt he been a jMsnber, nhrnjt two months before tils t'tftiti, of the Metropolitan Presbyterian t atttch. Ills wm In no sense a death tott conversion. It wm a genuine con- JMMo of faith in the Christ! n re llrion, buitit npon n Intellectual ev hmtnatkmof Its fnndamental doctrines.'' Kegaritlnt; Mr. KAnM religious t xpt ticBcet, Tun Critic hug come Into rsssetsfon, on what It believes, to be jt ml anthotttr, of the following Inter esting narration: fot Miwy years ego, Mr. Kvxdall spent A stwnmer, with his family. In a Menatslaous district in Xew York. In the mm locality a business man of Philadelphia was summerrng with his JftWlly. TJil gentleman bail taken smell Interest In building np a little mteston church, the service of Tvhtek he often conducted. In time he nftlcctl among his congregation the XrfCUent pretence of the Pennsylvania Congressman, whom he knew only by sight. He was cmtifkil, but fre quently express! the fear that the ills tlngulsBetl statesman would soon tire of the spiritual food served to the wor shippers In the unpretending little church. Ills fears proved to be un founded. Mr. HandaLL continued to be faithful among the faithful found until the summer wm over, and he with his family returned to his winter home. The milmlelphla business nnn who built tbo mounUln church was Mr. John V.RM.KKN. the presen' 'est master Ckueral; and In connection With this eubject, It wIlll' rerneinbereil that he was the only person outside the Is mil) circle, with the evcetitlun of the phrtleians ami the minister, Yhn w Mlmltted tn the imilalilc f f Mr. IUxiiai.i. when It liecame ap psnnt that death was Imminent. U U Mid that he hal the gratification of la at In from the ililng statesman's own lip that It was to hie ministration In the little forest church that Mr. Hvx luu. owed hto first Awakening to the truths of Christianity. All of which reproves the truth so often proved before, that 04 hmvc i n 4 mysterious way His wemtar to perform' SOT A XKW DEPAHTUIIB. 'l'HM HbY. Howaxd MACQUHAKY.the Episcopal clergy man who is at Iseue wtlH his denomination upon quasiUm of church doctrine, believe that a trial by the rt-gularly-ronatlluted authorities of the church would have an Important result Bawely. that it would settle the ttMtios as to whether "the Kplscopal Cbuitk is truly Christian and Catholic, or only a sect." Mr. MacQckaht iuttbtr believes that "the facts whteh he hopes to adduce would help to a solution of the problem." This is rather a Urge elalm and one in wbieh Mr. MacQchaxy would most likely be disappointed. If he he ex pressed himself clearly, be has simply follow td the leed of other free-lbiBkera m the points bearing oa the oriffln and the fall of snan, oa the doctrine of i-ttdjwj msBisbweat, asd oe thst of the BSBSWBSeBt. Ity his own test I woe y he Arst broke wilh the treditloBAl faith oa the quee tsna of eatUets puatshiesflt, aad be dis eased H as Beisber Scriptural bot n tiBAL He sxt abflmdoaed the CtdvU IsesC theory of the atonesBeat aad sjUMSsh.il otte which he clslcu is apirUual iWl whick others cUm as UBUerUe. A of the fall of auw lesl kUa late tlMst f BSta's origie. sad this eaded ia 1 Is sc4Misiac the e volutioa theosy of llt sed Mi followers. As io i be birth aad the resurreetiaa i f C hiist kfr XacQixajiv aceopss the riiftwAl Ibtory of tub. rt-jcotiag "the j j)tej eiewestt is sw wirectea be st k, is bis judgeaesU. laeusn- sjmI esslaiM tae Hami- k keMswes ssvould be pUcud aa ste rsHftf doctiiae of the JBraraaaVia ttfSM a Mae dear to kliuself petaapi but M) tarn fee- average eomprekeaeina Mr. )(A(QiSAHT cleiau the be has WWmvJ asf eptetoea fsosm away hsasttag tkswsnsjtoas ia hie own tbuie. ad has llBt7 take a step ia advaace of these kg seslattlatlaM 4taeli' 'aeseeies' iaso a nJeVsisi aUr' with what stsuiat, tf igr sft to be seea. Vm f uetsw 4isv riwavss wttbgood rvetoe. y arigjajj . , , "Wa' WeBsjiaaisl sssV PM "wr? kat Jet- rkeeaai msmsb aw sacotri- Jfcay reasia ae to be sbbbMI saaiBttMsal Shssaet sMssHsQeMsaMssatatffcaasV faWrf Utanr of the WisWMtna aa4 IfS iejsslieHattsi CfaVMAVt eJd tf & uttibHwjtt wi dbaua- Ullst tasVMf CtatWritWal llthslJ TksyV steJalM IseU k kaK4 wtahA tJtMl sasaiy VsasBsssaaaerv lwww w - 'sbjsv s HmHmiBwMT oitM nn tmkytm mm io lit- Ffftfltfftfti md upo tud iaVoA sWeaVWwl MeaAamAAT iMattaW lataaU CaWI ea tPPRIV !" (JpHsW saw'saiBieejBBSBsp ss-sbs wai w lilAMUA. TWO sCOM eUW aWaMICak sWIllaspaPaBiBajaBSSBBpse a- "w aF sasswaajrv MaVAaWV ftatssiaaiaiasiitT AeaVat eatOaV tfflM saaaV esBBsF sWeF saBBB"Bswasr',s' bsbbs mmw sssw ass ssWMaVst Iks) keaJaky rTarflfcnt oi fNaVesv MsMasau. FsejaUeat 8w kas at kaaft aka akiatral eM ksaMC gf As ML SBBBBT jBBpBBae w WPV - "W s?laeeaitjta1 Ua sf tkntr ibireat fdsss4. ksst a7 o vol kwesv tUs. s4 x tkey i Bt:t mer WM'oeap aata- Tbi-y ay tbt ite axe uuiupclloi to ISi.e oSiki '1- r vi b wbkb '-U 3to Should coBWc t, and Which by nreitten! falls to teats aftosH tire thm tftey get ltkln ten or llfte fetlof ft. Tilts prefhatnre leAv1nr Is twt by flwMetn. It Is premedttatvrl, and H mmdl to by the dlsrfpllMtrlan of tin nXttcmA coinpany tbe alwuys-on rtme Iissl dent Itr nr for the pwrpose of teaching the rather tardy and slow paced people of Jtt Pleasant dally and hourly lemons of promt tiwss, tprithtlineea and pa tnjnw. Anrl we would suggest tlrot tk 3At. flesswiters mltht obvnte all tkfs rrosjbse by getting to the startloe ptaee, acctmnitly or otherwise, about a qtmrttr m A Minute Soonet than they do how. If thny will do this, we are nre the rat will ntter move rff when they get within ten or fifteen steps oftt, but will be hmrded by them always before It bss been started by the prompt drlsers of the prompt president of this prompt roast. If, however, they Will Fttstst In being behind time ten or 11 teen woDds im-y miry find cms la tbn tn ahmtttg UretMent ITrnT. But thT will ccrimpith nothing. They ssy, also, that it Is An ontmge to compel them. In going to Mt. ITensnnt In bad weather, either to go through the company's stables on Fourteenth street, or else to bMe the peltlngs of the piti less storm outside. And I hey say, In addition to this, that it Is a gross out rage tn compel a person n ho gets on tlte i sr just on this or that side of the Demi Line, as they designate Ibe Ikntmlary, and pas fare, to pay full fare asraln as soon as the car passes over that sombre line, lteally, these Mt. llensant people are the most unreasonable of people. Kvery effort made Ity President Hurt to accommodate them Is met with com plaints like these. They rannot be sat isfied. Hut they accomplish nothing. They tndlenanlly declare every day, and dream evcty night, that they will call the old abtises anew, and the new abuse at once, to the attention of the T)lstrlct Commissioners. Ami so they will, gently and deliberately, as becomes Mt. I'l (ass titers. Hut must It be said? they will accomplish nothing, Tiik Xbw York HtraM, by a special teleeram from fan Francisco, says that the repott thst .Ikssik IltucTON Kr Mont, widow of General Fubmont, Is in destitute circumstances at Los An geles, lias been confirmed. It is said that Mrs. Fkkmoxt, now 00 years of agr, resides with her daughter Kltxahcth, who Is aged 15; that they are so poor they were compelled to borrow money to pny fur the reply to the telegram ashing the widow's wishes regarding the dls portion of her husband's ltody; that tl'ilr friends have advanced, from time to lime, enough money to pay their louu'bold expenses. Then this Is addul . "Mrs. Fmbmont lias abso lutely no resources, and her two sons, on- In the Army ami the other in the Xavv, having large families, are nl able to render much nsslstance." This should be told to the marines. It will not be accepted by thepeople gen erally. They are unworthy the respect of the public or else It is fale that Mrs. Fmkmont's son cannot keep her In comfort. They could If they would, and If they will not if they do not they should be put out of the pub He service, ami lie pointed at as ignoble sons of a noble sire. It Is a Mrcasiu to sy that an Army and a Navy otHeer cannot, because of their Urge families, give enouzh to their mother to keep her from want' The lltruld special certainly slanders the soite of the late General Fnhmoxt. Gkmkkai. J. W. SawKLi. of Xew J ersey, a Hxmlier of the World's Fair Executive Committee, is evidently op posed to women having anything to do with the "World's Fair enterprise. At a Meeting of the eoawittee a few days ago General Srwki.i. arose aad declared that there wenMoo many women on the board of lady managers. "These women. " be deelared, "will cost the Untied States oee thousand dollars a day for every day they meet. I know wowea well enough to know that they will sit just as long ae they cab, sad will talk just as lone as they can. They will eoas une all the w riling raaierUle ia the country, aad as we have to fur sisk all the steaogrenhen, ok, what a cost there will be ! ' The General further said that the Cosnwiessoa was beiag carried away by gallantry, aad that everytkiag Brupnsed ia favar of wosaaa was passed without due eoe eMsesntiojB. It is now ia order tor the ladle. Gotl bless tkeat, to speak up. Tut Aljcxasusua. (V.i UuUi of yesterday speak of tke ex Dewoennte aaager of tke HepubUcaa party of Ike Eighth Coaitreastoaei diatrkt. We do not know tke Desaoerale at wkoat tke UautU kurls yds vindictive r sin rk, but H teens to us tkat la view of Mr. Ufmb's lasiiiiiiiiBt, eaadktaey for Coa gseas ud tke refusal of tke Bepublieaa party to aoashtale a candidate, the UitftU astgkt stake eertiaait aad poiaUal reaaaraa akjotst tke Isseaocraiic aaanager of tke ex WepehrhraB party of tkat (Uatrict Able Mr. Howe kas tke HapubUeaa party of tke AleAA4ria district bs ak pocket, aad ae ttoes not iatoad to Ust k out until ke kas used it at tke Kot etsvbaw vhe-etoa M-Uojs McKuiLX, vko bat Pessv ocsatte Majority of tvasy-kve asus daed to otetcoene to bat dtetriaa la Oo, BH asaarAVjjsj a wj (ilMnwV n"w WP kit osf s) snairict. A tato dteaesck fsoaa kjt kfato in Canton r"tff Use fatit tttot k kaa, oa tosasal aiSankto pem 'skusfaihd toktadkJi natty to success. Ia tees, la WepuMfa-aa aresstonsl dietrict, four tkouasad stcocg. ke was defeased by forty two votes, aad la less ke ran two huwduu and tkirty ate ke kind tke tocaj tkket ia nia enassictaad riirktssra suiaebsed aakiad ifa w Bjas sssssjrrsar saap sre e te preOiciedAat tkeitektodpetot skis toll will be tke kjotteat ever seea ia Otto. Diu tbw ktsriy kucly of yeasw- saw iNrooejadaneia to tike fibasees tanaasai Hgwygaatfif fifed Mut. BwifllisTT'l tsv poatia osetoiatloa to tke Vnjennk aaaalar Ito9 ciajtai and fjlaarjral Couswgxx itoi report Is lvo of tkaej aigwai by ty aMstUaus of tke Cwt&totlitos oa sVjrv tss SAesutsnJi akj- iii, rfntatrttna' law an- pioprtattuo for those clakaa, wtH pn lull) muie up Litly next approprlatlm U led by Mcsrs CS'o snd BrcnAJ.icw. ."The opposition of Mr. CatiHo," says the Wshffigton cotiesponrlent of the Tsostn KmtW. "arise from hl desire to kceii down the approprlAtlons. He voted for the proposition to enl thedslm to the court: and In the Inst Congress he warmly nrged n appropriation for them In the General Deficiency bill. The Sen ate adopted the amendment to put them on the Deficiency bill by A tote of 81 to IS, and It Is pretty sure that A wm jortty of the He use will vote for att p rwtrprmrton whenever a direct tote en he obtained. As matters no stand, thlfl vote will be had, as the appropt! Hon cannot be ruled out on any point of rrtfer.'' Tn MtrrtftT or Davip T. Dat, chief of the mining division of the Ci nsnt ftmesu, npon the coal mining Irdnefty of the United State, states the annual proamnion m cnl In the United States Id be 1 "AlUOO. tons. Of this trote tbsn half Is mined In Pennsyl- stils. The production of anthracite is -t3,0S2.po? tons, ami of bituminous, ga,796,7a tons. The total number of lsliorers tmpfoyetl hi TOl.SfiO In the United Stales, of whkh 1M,000 are In Pennsylvania. HOTEL ARRWALS. MrtmpiiHHiw-a. tt. While, Easton. Mil.: J. II. I.edietter, Aontston, Ala.: .lotm C. llssfcpll. 9outh Csrollnn: W. A. Maormsn, Isnvl1le, Vs.: J. B .tenklns, Spottsylvsnls Comt-ltriUe, Vs : Harry C. Cliemy, Provi dence; W. 0. Crenshaw, Virginia. A'ariemil It. K. I)ewei,M. J. Voirel snl Tlirmas Hretinan, New York; I). C. Free man, Oil CMy, Ps.t Frank S. Washburn, Cbh-Sfro: William J. Mlnlnnur. t'slslka, Kl.; S. M Aillrr. BlrminRbsm, Als. ft. JnmeU. V. I.efevre, Rlehmond,V..: V. Mrrrlll, lhllstelphls. T. J. llrennan smt wife, New York; Iheo. Trimble ami wife, MIm N. Jt. Ibsrer, (J. C. Berry atl .1. it. Heir)-, Clnrtnnatl; it. (. A ten, Ills wall, Ksn.; U. V. Colher, Hlchmoml, Va. llVforrf's It. (1. Dsvls and Oscar Osns, New York; Hon. W. 11. Hstch, Missouri; Mrs. Jt. C. Kim. sml MiM Harsh Miller, Hudson, N. Y ; Jno. K. Bushnell, Itos tioke. Vs. IHpo Joph Itsmllton, Mlsllppl; J. K. Ilrmlsky, New York; Msrk Klclieti lmiik ami wife, lit! slime: V. I). Craven, Slsrylsml; C. J. Irwin, 1'hllsdelpLls. NAerrAam .tiilin Avll, I'lillsdelplifs; J. It. Ilrsnscli, Vlrglnls; .1. M. ObertuefT, New York; II. M. Lombard, Portland. Ore. Arlington II. V. Baldwin and Itnbert McMillan, Detroit; Kdward lutwrliMb, New York; Ir. (1. M. lluebsnsn, Koehester, N. Y.; 8. B. Crlttewlen, New York; Mr. snd Mrs Huge Seboellkopf, HutTalo. Anc V. .1. KUIwck, New Y'ork: C. C. tillmorr, IiidlsnspolU. A i rammo Altiert Oricstisrli, V. Y. fi.trr tint J. P. Womlliury, New Jork, U. K. iiblrllng. Chicago. . hilt Jsmn Bowley. I'litU.leli.hU; F. r. Cuileyaml lfe, Wsltou. Ky.; D. Sln cUlr.HfHb.nMHf, Ohio; Wm. II. I1rr sntl J C. MvKlbMn smt wife, New York; 1. P. Jmwt. Mlnnespoll: Mrs. F. ('. .Miller and .Mis fcctxrtunnu, Furtw Mon ice;A. J Osnttftier, Woreester, Mass. Ifotrl JokiuouY?. It. Hull, Battle Creek, Mich ; II. C. Davis. Norfolk. Vs.; Churl. Wt.o. Kaltlim.fi-; T. V. Kvans, FoK Worth. Tex. (loitfrt's IV. Mltebell and wlfs. New York; T. I Blike, 11ita1epbsa; B. Bra hsw sml wife, S. 0. BnJmlti. Wrttlen for Thc Dailt Cstrtc. BstYOWD. The tint of sprtna; t oh the weodf, The Aush is on the tender leaf, Ami Nature. In her gayest wvml, To sll our huMan woes Is deaf; She has no eye or ear for grief. Haw can her great heart fall to cars When hot Wars tall Ilka summer rsln And esrth's fslr brst Is sundered where We ley our dust to dust sgstaT How esu she isueb at all our pent? Just as jou laugh at childish dresuM Of danger sad atespe sad death; You know It I not as It imi Your ebikt Is safe within It bed; You lore tt; It Is soaaCerted. And swIKner Nature also knows That whse you drssw of grief aad death, Your Father wakes yeu froa yeur woe Aud lOTetb you aad gently selth; "Peaee, shtht! lte still! Where I thy fakkt" For Nature knows the onward now Of Life lajaad yottr preseat sigbt; Your a) are est the grave fcsiow, But Use's are oo the upper Keigitt Where M yew lered ones walk ia right. Mtrrn 0, D. IUvbn. WithsBgtea, D. C, Sept. 10. !'' ' .ill TflKAY WINE. AVlierM It Ilaa lUea Simla tiluu the Tlilrleestti CauMiry. Flit Us tU MM OosaMs. The tow n of Tokay, ia the County of Zplie, Upper Iluagary, wm reeaaily the scene of a taoet destructive eoaiht jHlio. The site of Tokay I on tke slot of tke Ilegyalia Mouataiag.wkkh are of vokaalc oriKin aad are entirely coveted with crape viae of tke particu lar variety waiek kas wade tke ansae tttebtaled. Busne twenty Ave other market towaa and rfllagee dotting this range of bilk skare witk Tokav ia Ike ptcAtable iadustry of producing tke faanoue wine. Tokay was a very old town. It is saeatioaed in dot unseat of tke thirteenth century, wkfck state tkat King Beta IV. su seasoned Italian vtuav dtctsers to Tokay toteack tke aadve growers the art of making tke beet wtae nesatble f loam tke exceSeat grspe there atown Tab art kas been preserved to our own day, the chief secret beiag tke nsUiag of tke juiee of dried berries with tkat of freak grapes. There are nvo nesaefpei qualMes of Tokayer, that to which tke busteet proportion of dried grafts is added being the famous "To Kwftf Saannce " ike total anastal product of tk whole of tke Tokay dU Met used to be fsoas lan.sssfl to aW,4M esanets, or about a,M,saBJ geiloaa. but tt fell off on tke appearance of the pkyiloxera in HegyaHa, mm Wm Mieau. ! UstsSwv '"-; niiisiint I've kMtgkt you a aJosi klea $r nilVin." aaJW w McnSetUHiBWi to ker kuskand. who mffrn froe ls)aaen nja. "UmJ" snorted MeSwtUigMB. a ke took sniff, "any man wku wouU k gyrta at yr tosflami ikat tpoaanke a klaannd lotsl." ' ' isnistoftoanisu1 k) ajs satkvnjty njad a ri-nMyu-h a aausA daneaifOJiB asmaat So ,)tm ,ff aiPPSSIM i nw an exArjsavias psnjagsj ykarn w sv Uim nv law IkaSl gmmmimjtA auio l&9f It akould he ujlsesly atojxtond wit 3annV VsWaWaVaV aattsmafeat sAMp (4$ el1Ujfstofcto TgtUM " 'lss PsW nsnniBss ay 9 nnnnnnnpnjs sPBrSssnJsnsWvlpBn v It has auas get ue, taea ade ei-l e4 stei. c m.c it piutcd m !int Liu )u.im.ir fui.o Afc U.ae Ui-.-jt tLi.jM i - .. 'Uv OUR POLICE 0RCE t HI IRAbEWATB MOMBnstOf MXrt TO PATROL A LARfta TMUUWRT. Ant ajnst IttrHettnn t rmn lt(ee See -jennrs, wms ifeserve tfwis imum-t ThAfl fjewswrn WhfK n eWrrr r JrttlttI fffl t Urtjs JTrffmr CrtVfr: There hte been a mtgennmberof Mer1eianr attempted robberies reported dtrrlnv the fssst few month In the mlnmns of the rfrsns of this city, notwithstanding that the notice force has been increased In numbers. In looking over the broad expense which the Capital City and its surrrmttdlnfs coreT, Including the cojnty, whkh stretches to the border of Maryland, It seems a mystery to me thst more depre dations are not committed, rnnslfWlnK the Inadequate nnmlr of police offl -ers on tlnty to protect the dHron' pmpertv ami valuables of the Capital of thf great nation. The question mr b" asktd ami readily answered. Who i rrsponailde for this state of affairs T I snswer rhrht here: It is not the fault of the police force, for, taktnie Into con sideration the number available for patrol duty. It is certainly not at all adequate to the demands tn point of numbers. We ant told upon Inquiry that our police force numbers some where In the neighborhood of W0 or 6W men, but from this nu nber we are to deduct the majors, captains, lieu tenants, privates detailed ae elerks in Police Headquarters, patrolmen on the sick report, on leave, ami men who never leave the station until the pntrnl wagon Is called out. We have no less than thrtt mryetnt at each precinct All these considerably Iesen the num ber of men who are available dally for street duty, ami which necessitates a large portion of our city to be intrusted to one aolltary'polloeman. ' Now, at I have already stated, tli different di visions of this city, as at present allotted to the police for control, are entirely too large for the number of men on "street duly." Wc now have the police patrol and signal system established throughout the city e.cept In two preclncls. The men on patrol duly are required to turn In their report every hour, both day nud night, which Is promptly registered at the station. The question arises, of what use are these sergeants T It seems to me and many others that these per ambulating Bentletnen's services could be dispensed wllli without any detri ment to the service, but of considerable value to the welfare ami security of our I'ltirens and property. It seems to me absuid that these sergeants are re quired to wutih the actions of the imtrotmen In their precincts when these men ! required to report hourly throiiU the bev s situated on their re tpectlvo bct llerutofure the ser geanix uvnerallv made two tours to visit trie 11. en oil ()i , now the men arc obilst'd to mnke an hourly lour them selves to the li- In order to report. If they areilillrquent In reporting they csn easily im called to an account. 'I suultl rtj furl Ik r If these patrol tiotes are tr lr-urr mue elBcli-ncv on the patt of the patrolmen of imi- M'Mropiili lau police wh nut increaui It further by puttltitf ibosn now nseless ap ptndagea under the name of sergeants on patrol duly. Citmkn. This is the first time the ernclewy of the police sergesnt have been culled In qtestlon. As a rule they are of a higher order of Intelligence than their fellows, and have been promoted because of llu-ir vijrtlaut'e and knowl edge of the criminal classes. It is but justice to this class to say they are the most valuable men connected with the force, and In many of the raids which have taken place the sergeants haw been the leaders, std have successfully detected and had punished many crimi nals. What "CIMcea" says about the large area to be petrolled by a too small force Is justified by tke fuel. Itu. Csme. MUST BE AiflXaKCHIST, A 'frnrAltBt- Mrlt IiuhIIihI by the BUaawileN rf Itatli. from tkt rtawgo Ami. "Glv,e a good room, now," sahl a bold tint of Jlritutf, laying down bis pen, after reglslerina: at the Painter House, and looking Clerk Rathbone In the eye. 'Do you want a bath with It?" queried Tta.biv.ne. as usual, as be re turned the stare. "IWwtn '" exclaimed her Majesty's subject, who had not been used to stopping at Brat thus hotel, aad there fore irul not know tkat the queatbm re ferred to a room with a bath-room at tacked. "Bawth I My Uawd, man. what tke devil do you mean r Do I want a bawth r Why, your Im aertiraeace, air. Do 1 look a if I didn't know wkea I wanted a bawth, sir r Or, do you tttoaa to Inatnttate tkat 1 swell, sir r I'H net stop kesa to be instated. No, air." And before Matbboae could explain ktmself, the hold Brttua bolted down the ejrrtdof aad out of the State street door Tu, l.vary Wwni Mt U. Where did all tke money lately d1 luissd or iill lked up come frun 1 Fiom tke ptn-Vcl of tkt: pi-vyie- Bvery dollar of it was colieeled in tattea, nms fettrtk of which nave keen un&eceasary. If tke Uoverument kad left every dollar not nttUtd for Its legtttuuie eieae where that dollar rightfully hcluaja fas tke pocket of tke tueu who earned it there would have keen no sui plus to haurte extra vanaaee. no lock up of cur lwy lu trippk- lHiln. Hood's Sartsapanlla Is earsrulij irei-artd bum iNUMparUla, Baat oeJiuu. lUodra-ke Uml-, PipioWi, '"trininr Berilui ajid otw eU sut-wi. au.t ilnible veaetabte ta.a41ea, Sf S naueJiiur sussasaa tfcua. wofurttoa so4 eroms, iviu to l toad's f amaisttsna wmsttv yowew out r n:nssl kicllwr srHila. eSut.-, tu: eare when oUmw tali Hood's 848aiiar!Uei U te tt bluud s uiMcT towc ti It mjOitai tvty rjtbitmj uut carta mh, sM Keetus. Bub.liBl'U.s ail ffransrsia WHenassrui atit n-ilnit insH srel"aTWw "w""ew mm i L4nsvmnnsn, nngsmsi sjestiua, fiamerisi iieutttej. Catarrh. Manate ssmw. ittniM s4 iivr cosu-uiujw, ueer- eutt aW"IeHui; itu:. tm Jessie and aitU i ibe ssi!u Hood's arsapaHlU mmt "A eued n al feoaie. ' Utl.l-b h - eeM Ms ntttucuj; w kjai. ma , where ft t awMlst, Hw.' vl,it. aescbtHirhuuas tkkeU'-.UmMj,!jiMe. t--" ininnhrir sar titer eu isuev t Uuwi'x aaxsjmtsl Ui ut mi utar tmnttUlm, cr Iuums) is!' $ The seme vbw4 la -r-n-Hajf alt evtr the iemtff . J teuaUer in the euatWMM a ptknnmem tiityumn4 cswvie where it u .jweusei it kstHSKe a tnvucJte roweuj a W vttne aUH4 u tit UUMijiJ umi.i.kte Muasit &S tn4uud tv huj Mil,, i itu-atioei- gs) . fcu an Uuu&'k bwwiui'ii'4 fc. .U hi M I ir.fc-i 1 5 j. 1 5 j't- 4WI ItVB- 1 (Mi- I- . . , FOR A GOOD SHOE VISIT Wilson & Caff's For an Easy Shoe 00 to WILSON & CARR'S. " carry the Best Mnem ftMent Leather Shoes for Uwtte and Oen tletmnst Jflrtrt Wilson & Caries l'Rtttounble.slioo Men. so. see r jnituirr y. , Wsshftiftcn, I). C. BAtTlMORB STORB, 1 nmi o m usr iui.ii.iioitti .vritmtr. ornoB of w twnwABD x wwintm, Orner Itlh and Fats, n.w. WAsiitjrtrrOjr, n.o., TltCRSIUY. .SKfTAMOKR 1ft, ISO. Our nsnal FrWsy Pernnsat Sale will at trset those who have children to prepare for flheo-l next week. It means odds ami ends, bat not Inferior eoods. ODD ItANI)K8KCltIKF9. LAdleV AU-ttnep Cohvrel Btnbrosilerel ItetBttttened flandsereMefs, lso eaoh; re dnced to S for SO. 4 Ladles' All-linen UtHMtltohed ltandk White Smhrotdarei reMets, rednoed to lee, 3 for wo. S Ladles' All-linen Ontored llmbrotilersil S')liraed(ie ltRndherebtefs, rednel to SOcwicIi S Ladlon' All Linen While BibroMrel !csllnil edge Handkerchiefs, rediteed to Ooeaeh. Flrt Boor. OU1) 1IUNKBTS. S pairs IC-t Fine Wool Disnketr, redneed to JS.M i-r ilr. t rhs 11-1 Floe Wool Bleakets, redeeed to $ I vr pair. 3 pairs 11-1 Flee Wiiol MIsHkets, reilaeed to JS per pair. 1 1 air 11-4 Flee Wool ntanket, redncsd to is. Koorthftoor. ODD JACXXTS AND XBW.UAHKaT. 1 AU-wel Msek Cnrkserew .TaekeUnteely bound with mohair hraM, als , reiluoed U IS. ITanCUith Jekt. vest front, w lib broad t Itched ediTM. alss it, red Seed to tt. I Lttt HroWB rtoth Jaflket, with ten vet frost sea peerl battMM, lae , reduevu u JS. 1 All-wotd llbwk Norfolk Walklne Jaeke. trifKBiMl with UV-ilicbed braid, fse to, re duced to H.7&. 1 'All-wool Hlaek Jaehet, with loose front and richly trimmed with Maok, slse M, re duced to H.TS. 1 Bxtra FIm Fll-lHttli B1 riiwk Mew market, l(M, reduced to a. Third Moor. REMNANTS IN WOW CLOTIIINO. t Hoya All-wool Dsrk HaM Cheviot Sells, winter walgbt. Uses 7 and 11 jsers, rwteeed to&Pr ult. 3 nrk-lrld Cheviot Hehoel Salts, fall wUht, rdued to fl per salt. it Medlam-weilit Irk-ttriaed Cheviot Sett, tduttwl Jarfcets, sises T aad 6 year, re duced to t par suit. 1 0d Corkaerew Cutaway Coat and Vest, alse 10 jean, reduced to M.TS. t Odd Jaehet la Norfolk aad Halted stylea, smw T, , 11. 13 and It yesiM, radaeed to iM. m and l sb. TW la mm than hK prieefor thl let. SOpalMlkwa' OtlJ Debt -weight 1'aBU, all sbHH, raduewd to 7u a pair, ltreroalaShUt WaUts, sliehtly dbeotered from wtadow dUdr, redeeed to me ah. ZAll-wooi dUad Cbevlet Cape Orereosts, atseeyaars, reduced to SI each. 'I Nary Dlae CblMbilla Iteefar Jacket, Ua t aad W fvu, radmsed to tt saeh. XValvetKUt Shkt. klie m vean.l biaek aad 1 navy blue, reduead to i i each. t WavT Illae FUsael Blouse WalU, si II aad Jtyeara, rsd Bead te tleaeh. Navr Biae Jsraay Bloaae Salter Watft. Ubaaaad with fBr braid, is4i tsll )een, redased to St. Ml aoati. 1 and test Jenar Biuue Waist, stew t and yearn, reduead te It aash. Third Soar. WOODIAHD & LOTMOF, Coiierlltband F Sts.X. W. KorwsmlsT, Oomu Jk HMRsk siaSsmmmim ftmf ttviai Attmi TAWUt Ussffmmm Waaajebm J ktasfmmmUF InMemtiM kftasndJ fa LsBsmlar m ueehs, art ami the E' tmsmtABTlUU. YOOsWUMmi. ftjaJ EALmftatfim1aW mml TMJf Irt-WWrH 1 wm 'SSaWBaf'' TnBntSHS "SaBBPp1w yuwiimm lamVummsnmmmL. Vat. BCsnsswsssm ww Tlw ker. WtmMUW M- slsmsTsJat, t ., Ucud ttaster. guar he iiiiajwej mto)bia uf ta aeae nmjsmen lamf esasea Uwace tsse sjaJMsmsns- tmv has seat bef te mseasl Ifsis, ColuaUa. Inhlrt Amkarat. Samiam Vast rrwmmw "Vff SSBBBSSnn mJBU"SB aSflSTmSSBBF SWSeS"' mTlrn"g pmsawafclgswlWi snsje t 4lPmW Smsp BBt annnnn 9 VHF at r VI " WWBf PsjWslWrWdjBmj hamsMaVs. Pa. 1iBnnr" s XslMtfiSatmml Imaff smmm CsmaUmUaV swsavsesw ssstsw nr'"BnBn,"ifiw ssjPsw SBp snpHF JsW aP arrMsF spr SSsMnHmt msMmsasAsasWat kam tUkfahmskaSP shSbAftSjL Ismmmmml. WmmmmmmmZ ahmmt tuhtton m the anfhah heisstni. Saj ser MsamfldamssmsaV SssmW mmmm tmmf ssMafmf KJtV A A UVaUtatUKg. 0 D , i tt I4c0' JtwH r roirrATiowAt. TUB cor. CM It I AS fSiiiriSirY, nlBB rotTJMMiH l-WTVBWMTt T.A J. STHOnt,. FACT t.TT. .iambs c WKLLttJ. Lt. n . PresMent. The Bon. .ton harla!ti.L p., (Assortste .restlce of the L' Snpr POnrtX rrofeswaref CoBstrtnttnnsl.'nrlpl-ndencsan nf Publtr and Privste tflf ems' lotisl Law. The Hon, WALT BR S. COX. LUT , tA nonfat e .relre of Snprswe conrt, Oh- trlct of Column'). Proff sser ot the Lew ot ireal mrt Perswisl Property, of r-oetrset ana of Crimes snd Miadeieennprs.. , The Won WtLLtAW A mU?T,,&S:u tAstoefste Attorney tJeneral of the tretted mates), . , Ptufesrorof Kqnitv .TerfcMWIene. of Corn- nwn Law snd Benttt. ftesdtn. smt of the utw of Evidence. the Hon. APGl STl'9 S. WORTH t?OTTJ, trormertr r. . TttMrict Aitorney. District of leetnrer on rrlmtnal MeaJlns and Practice WtLLtAV-AWiBQ. lAetarcr on Practical OMunereUl iw. BBNBT B. PAVie. A. M , t.L W . (formerly Wtsnt Attorney of Dtstrlot of Potembla). Arsorlate Professor of rrat tlce,.tiilswof Knot leirt and Lectnreron thc HItorf of Law. nohsjltTt.' nX.L. L. n.Tresnrer. The opening eterclesf the Law School Will tslle place tn the Ijiw Lectnre HH of the t'lrerlt y s. e. comer isth sad 11 streets Bf tthwest, on WBT)NBWAT, October I, at 6 o'clock p m , when addresses In explica tion of the courses of lect nres will be msde by the Profeors. snd when other anmranoe n entn will be made for the enrrent seholastM hs h I.cctnrc 'mine of Mr. JnsthM ItAn- LA 3 on the t onstttnttonal Jortprmlenoe or the United Ststcs will bn enlanred and will besiMpletBcnted by a new conrse on Itiblla end mvate iBternsthmsl Iw. HhleetMnM wtllbedellrered weekly thronh the entire scholastic year. The 01 her ProfeoT will snnonnce tlie ex tenshn siren to thetr several courses. The Lw Ubrsry, which has received larfe addition, l open dally (Sundays ex cepted tor stnity and reference. Soclrthj for lesml debn-o snd assoemte study exist In connection with thc school The 1 eft'trsr and Librarian will be dally 1b attendance In the Ijiw I.lhrary from 9 a. m. till S o'clock p. m.. to enroll students and answer lo,nlrtc. Cstalosiirs, trlvlng; iletslted Information, can bo obtained at the book stores of W. II. Mnrrtam. ISM F st n w. and of Lowdermllk A Co.. 1 t F st n w.sttlie office of the TroH nrer. 1 1S7 l"a are. or on application made to !CTS,tw. .TAJtESC.WKLLINO.rresIdcnU rilHK COItCOBAN SriKNTIFICSCHOOLOF X theColnmblsn University Thin school will open at o'c'nek p. ra , OCTOIlKIt 1, with the following course of tnstrtiotton, Tlr.: All departtnenU or Bngllsb, ilathe mstlcs. Clvlf Knglnef ring. Chemistry, Asssy In. Ihrslcs, Mineralogy. French, (lerman, Mechanlonl and other branches of drawing, with lecture cotitfca on Astronomy, Anthro poloey. Zoology, Itotanr. etc. All olswes meet In the evening, nntl are open to both foxes. For further Information apply to the llesn. TrofMsor S. T. miSTOE. I.L. if. M.IS 1m. S' T. CECRLIA'8 ACADBMr KOtl YOUNO LAIlIHa AD flULDUK.N Heopens MONDAY. 8BPT.. Mnslc and Painting Itftcelve gpectsl sel.ljm Attention. I7JIBltIN INSTITUTK. U Bit 14th t., bet. land KsU. Select clnwlcal and mathematical school for young men and born. Ileelna It thirty-ninth year MONDAY, 8EITEMBEH . Prepares Inr Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Jolms Hopkins, Lehigh, and other colleges and unlrersllleo; fortherctrntlriu whooK United W tea Mili tary ami Ntkval acmlemlw. arnl for baalne. hpeolal deimrtsent for boys lietweenttand It years of age. A fnll courts In medern Ian guages. Por particulars address CIIAS. 11. YOUNO. augStlra Prtaelpat. N .7 0KW00D IStBTlTUTB IleopenaiBlTBMHMK W. with Incraasetl faculty aad nmny ImprovemenU. MM. ami MK8. WM. D. OA1IKLL. auS8,tf Prtoelpnt. C" IIARI.OTTK HALL SCHOOL. ini-iew Mtsmtlon unserpasaed for health. Baallah, Clasmesl, Matbematteal, Commeretal aad Mtntary Coarse. Heard and talttee, 110 for Ih mentbs. Per partieelar addrss 8. VT, 8ILVBWTEK, Cbsrwttetlsll, K. Mary's Ceeaty, Md. aeisMm OT.JOnN'S COLUKJK, AmmpeMr, Md. Mtt iMtlsn eemmeBxe 18TH 8HPTKU BXR. Bieht DepertBwats sad teer eeemes of tlney, DutWIee beatsd by steam. Terms moderate. Per eatetegne address the f!' dsat, THOMAS PELL, LI j. Ph. D. rw- rIERCE CHRISTIAN COLLBOE. COLLBQECITY, CAUPORNIA. A Flrst-etas Sehoot fer Ladle aadflMtle ue. AUe Paaulty. Tsmpersaae Town, Pleasqat Ctlaute, neakby Leeattae, HaaaaasMw Term, tersral Ceawe aad Dtejrse. Addrea J. a KBtTIl, PrmUeat. "I OHN HOFKIWi UNIVERSITY, BALTIMORE. Inr ike Kest Aamligil Yr ARE SS' REABY, Asm WRt ajeat ea Aumntmn. 7BRMtarr aqaabmy, QKS Of WIE RlSVf IN XatW BtMsLAsfB. stnrtentcm eeety snJssqn in Wew smntaad. k Labfa tmAS-W ClBBBBBVBBnnM afSkSBataV sWsmnsajtma- Rmmtsmni aaw,kae ami av YBatsHkbPr ACUUwsWY, iaitemi , vs. 0 XfWP tOsmu eOLUBU von YOUMsl sf ataMaMM ClSMssMi Bs1si INMavaWBaC &riWni m4 bbSbs VkyBKSBff ftuaakg CrsbVAssV4bMUb7 af lasmmaaatAet. neieaenin Yiisejskswism Mas, sw. S-A.YI WejRtL rsnjsmgBmwassspmp'""i'e 1 - w ritf sTf 41rT IGAMMIK utw ef h host ijaasj ei--mjt--1 BjMkkaBaV Isi KbbsW enpppapajipt ennstsiBsnmn' sjs Bnnr5 mnntefW hi ajeemw . &BsSBsm JaW MkaBHBBs9 ftal krs. sVsjblssWWsW sjtfMst JftsajaLfLk "lewyieai ayajl WatjakiaM Amikm Lnm Plsmssmni rWm""" ' tWBPw :ssBBja5sBsi asmtni fifefe TLtgt-m- mmmmVmm ftlhjft sMna MBmrntaBtahlamaVB PmS1llVp fsmsw tnBnBRnnBSBnnw "WH" nw mrmwnnmnBwtnnF- JUL ATCR bUJtAaT. KtMJOATinSAr.. THE LfERLlTZSClIOfLvf LANGUkWES ?tl lit Ik Stfm Jwrinflwl. lWt rWftlrt SPflfft fTeWwCW TfsSf'fOctfflW. TlttrlfflsJtO. f slltCjl jH y 1 h. tW1jssftt' OirUteitj-SM if Liw fAGUUTY. MT.Y. i. HAVxm HfOtARM, 8. tn rWWffi'Dn HO. WILUaIE AHmfeoW. LL. TV, (Tllfef Jftstlea II. n. Onart ot RlatiMl lecturer on emtaforr and AdmrnistrsMrc Law and Legal Haxlnts. MARTIS P. MORRIS. LL. 0 , Lecturer ne Constttntfonal snd rnterns- llopel lw. Adwitrsltr and Comparstlve now. JiRtMiA,n1Tl?wHJ!Ofr. ll n Leetnrer ob the IftWofnel Rstateandihe Lew of Evidence. nox. ASnnnw r. nHAiUAV Jnsttce$ttpreHie Court, Wstrlcf of Colnm bla ), Leetnrer nn rwnmon Law. Plead Inc. ami Bqnltr Jurtsprnuenee. .tOnETIl J. l)AnLlOTO!, LL. D.. Leetnrer on the Iiw of Personal Property, Contractu and Negotiable Paper. OHOROX B. nAMlLTON, LL, D Lecturer on tho Iaw of Partnevshlp, Onrpora tlots, n aetlee and Testamentary Law II. ROM PBRRT, A. M , lecturer on criminal Law, Domestic Rela tions ami Torts. MOOT COURT Circuit Court: Prof, neorre R Hamilton. Conrt of Appeals: Prof. Martin F. Morris. Atdrew C. Ilrsdley and R Ross Perry. Introductory lecture and announcement forth ensuing term at the Law imlWtne. corner Sth and F M. n. w ,on WKDNB8UAY, OCT. J, at Sato p. m. 'AH lnteretel aroeor dlally Invited to attend. The library, now comprPdng the Bog-lKb. and lead Ins; American reports snd the latest text books upon most legal subjects, Is located In the Law Build ing, with commodious resiling rooms at tached , and will bo open from 3 a, m. to 10 p. m. daily. Sundays excepted, to students and alumni of the school. Tho recretary on be seen st the Law Dnlldlna: on Tuesdays, Thursdays ami Satur day, from 7:30 to B:30 p. m., for Information, enrollment, etc. Circulars giving couriteof stndy, terms, etc, cen bo obtained at book More of W. II. Morrison. ISM F st. n.w., and Lowilcrmllk Co , 1WI F st. n. w . and at W. H. Thompson's drug store, 7flH J6th st. n. w., or on appllcntlon, personally or by let ter, to the undersigned. S. M TKATMAN. eplO-lm Secretary and Treasurer, ACADKJIY OF THE HOLT CROS3. 13lMas. Ave, Affords overy faolllty for acquiring a tlmr ougli education In literature, rauste ami art. The Instruments taught nro piano, barp. vio lin, Rttltsr, mandolin and banjo, Lmgusge, general vooal, drawing and fancy work free. solSjly TCT ATIONAI. MEDICAL COLLBOE-MEDt-J enl and Dental Drtaitmests ot the Columbian University. The sixty-ninth an nual course of medical lectures and fourth dental course will begin on WodneadAy, October 1st, atBp m., In the College Ilulld Ing, 15 II st n w. Introductory medical lee ture by Profescr William Lee.M. D. Dental Introductory by Profcsor Mark M. Flnley. I). D. 8 The nutumn examinations will be held n Thursday, October 1. at 7.90 p m. For circulars of both departments apply to l)r A. F. A. King. Desn. TSU Thirteenth sin w. Orllce hours 9 to 10 a. m. and 4 to S p. m Telephone Sn. sop.S lru. SfKNCKIlIAN I1U8INBSS COI.LRGK Cor. ;th and D sts. n. W., KnbrcM six 8loob, vis: fobool of Practical IIiuIiism aixl Account' S-cImkiI of Preparstory traotlal SnalUh. School of Shorthand a ml Typewriting. School of Hpencerlan Practical Penmanship, ncbnol of Meuumleal and Archltectur.il I' rawing. School of civil Fervlee Training. Day ami Night Setslons. Illattrated Cata loguea tree. II C 8PKNCK1L LL.",, IVImdnal. MI1S. SAKA A. 81'BNCEll. Tci-rrlnctpl. set.tf nillB C0LUMD1AN UXtVERBITY- The Preparatory School opses Herd. W. The ColiiBiMan Collet maa Ketvt. est. Tim Corwrau tHileetllle aolMmt opens Oet. I The Law ticbool of the Cnlreraity opens Oet.1. The Medical School of the University open Oet, 1. The Dental School of the University open Oet. 1. Por catalogue or other Information ad JAMBS C. WELUNO.LL.P.. sJt,tf l'restdaet. T INDBN SEMINAHY, Lltltr, Pa. A school for youax awl aadyeemg ladle, at Lltltx, Inaeaiter Coeaty, Pa. 9ftb year. A sets, eemfortabte wheel beam; thoreufh metbeds; earefel oversight of the tadlvtdaal peplli advaaeed eeursee of study; vary pleat aat leeatton; steam bested. J4W per year. TTANDBRDILT UNIVERSITY, Nashville. Teen. Ten Fsrtewsfcipa, I ICO cash, with fractal tlsn, epaa te pradsat wUhtns to persue bhjbereewies. Add re W1LS WILUAMS. Saarstory. VTTA8DIKOTOH AND LHE UNIVERSITY, Lexlnntnn, Va. IfehP 4nAeBBbaBBaVa mLala(eU a. W.O.LEE, Prmarlsat. T JOSTLJtY SOHeOti WR ROYS, M Maam are, near ttsh sC Mew Task (say. Rnniian at aaeee adssaes OOVOstBal 1, mmV WUtomaims. A. B- (SacwesU, rsjsa sm4. tliim aattt Snntamtnir Re Ma, War Ul. M Wi AHCBiPtf BCNOOf m qtftLi. 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"It satlert Into svor and snehored on tho high sees of success."'- X Y Telegram Libretto byRtCIIAHnSTAnLand WEB8TBR C. FULTON. RICn AND BLBOANT HAIMBNT. From Othrltml Designs Made by the Eaes Costume Company, New York NEW AND MAGNIFICENT SCENERY Painted by Homer T. Emens snd Messrs. ttaedder and Schseffcr. A Tberonsihly Dillhsd and Efficient Chorus sml Aeajnented Ombeslra Utidcrthe Dlteetlonof theCompoer. A OHB,T STAR CAST Msrk Smith, Ada alasca, Kate Gilbert, R K. Orebsm, Cbn. R. Church, Roe Dann, Augusta Roche, Frank A. Howard ALL OPERATIC FAVOIttTBS. It N EW NATIONAL TItEATIlB. Brery eVenlng, Wed. and Sat. Mats, A DARK SECRET,' With the remarkable annatlo scenes, The 0M Cliureh at Ilenhsy and tho Henley Regatta. Ileal rew boats, canoes, rs dog shells, and steam launches on A RIVER OF HEAL WATER, Oeorgo Hosmer, New England's champion oarsmen: the Herbert I res., thc famous sc robsts, arid the Daisy Quartet, In vocal se lections on the water. Next Wtck-Marks' International Vaudevilles Seats sow on sale. scl.Ct A LDAUOH'S GRAND OPEIIA HOUSE KVErtYivENINa MATINRK SVrOltDAY. The Only and Original KIRALFY BROS. Combined New and Ol.antlo Spectacular ProduaMonof Around tlie World in 80 Days I In Its entirety as presented atNlblo's Theatre, New York XO-PEIIFOItMBIW-aOO The Great Mikado Uallet. Tlw RIectrc-Dynsmlta Wondcri. THE 8A LAM 1108. Corgeous New Costumee Scnerv and Para phrall. Proiluccd under the personal di rection of the KlltALFY 11HOT1IERS. Hspt. The Wm. J. Gllmore Opera Co In TUB bit A KING, teats bow on sale. solt N TLW NATIONAL TIIEATHK -EXTRA Salo of Seats and Iloxes Nuw Open for the Premier Wsslnngt n Appearance? of MARK'S NEW The Largest, Strongest snd Best Sivnalty CoffipeDy In the World A Congress of Great Artists Culled from the Principal European Theatres, One Week Only. bsglnnlBS Monday, Sept tt. MatUee Wednmdayamt Satunlsy. 13,Jt HARRIS' DIJOU THEATRE.-OBO Week, CosaanmelBe MONDAY, SEIT l The Popular Youbs Actor, M.S. iniOOD. Is Ills Latest Success, OUT IN THB STRBBTS, Presented With New Seeeery, Novel Mechan ical Effects and a twlact Company. Naxt wek-A rERlLOUH VOYAGE. n,9t 1 1 ft NEW WASHINGTON 'S THEATRE, ltTH ST TO-NiaiiTt TONioirr Farewell AppasrsBce of the PARISIAN fipcYu Realist le Ualloon Voyage' 30-Famou Fraeeh Favorite -3d Week Cemiseaetos Meaday, September Grsatt Doahte Attmotlon. First Appeereaee of LESTIJU PICKED AND VAUDEVILLE A JOHN'S STARS. Speesal Engagement of MONli. PAltUI N ARNOLD BALLVT KIHAI.I'Y'S TROUPE TvrautilB t Hiiiletllle lllork. ABBteUart.Belr a4 IWvere.Tbellljhtey, Fsafesaer Faaman. M. Albartlna, AL !pb, J1IW. Marie, 61 po. tb Great Hilton and i,i;.sti:k mut ai.i.j:n, Assersea'a Ideal, lalcalteble Impnonat 'r-, hole Cwwn a of the Cleverest t . Oil i- aatlon of CaltbrlUes. 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