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THE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 22,1890.
. -r 'JCTrra Daily Gryviq - t ANPCAfftA'. xamv sxanma VASHlNlWfMrl UKItlO Cvj.ttrANt. omc: 948 BbTRBBT HORTrlWS'?, WAgBWBTPW CltT. P C. fHRM8 Of 8VIWClWtWS. ifr ant onmtff ptiM), i yea 1 month tWHtttJ I the City. iBMBth A" Til CRITIC, M B SttWtn. MMHMI,C.C. i i i . . ..ill Tw HrAmTwi 'temMW fa jintk." M they are onwtm called by Mrtn wko look npmi tbe wine when ft Is rest af divided amon themselves, awrl f Iffcitftg like rata and tlojrsi. The mr that for met dM fell Rw trebly thnndriM sweeps tilt t. aoti kit the tent of tbe order are In A coBrlltfcm of great MttMlon. Tke jlftBt warriors-- tke boos ltechftbttes wre in fnll armor ami are quaffing larjr jtWatt of filtered Potomtw water-- fparkllmr and bright In tke morning light, prtrparatorv to a death ftrnprde, not with ike kots of tbe mloon, faint with each other. And this wrttstlon this renewal of en Mmott (pent hittle 'his hurrying io nd fro this outcry this sound of i lathing rm' Who is responsible for iMe ccmHtlou of affaire? Who killed cock roMnT "Tke tMWtpers, tbe so called High Chief Itttler, DbYom, and the so-cnilwl High Hectetary, Mahonkt, are to blame for this agitation of tbe waters," cries the JtttlmMto Adtrxtt, a vicious little cold water paper of this city. "You'r another," retorts Cokdrll, the De fender of the Faithful, "and I deaott ice yoti from Das to liersheba. Ymt awl all of the household of the Ariroctk are expelled members of the ItecuaUtte rrder. You have leas than one hundred followers In tbe District, and you ctn't divide the faithful much. Suoh old temperance workers as Thomas 11. Mahchh, John U. Mahonkt, 0. L. JIkcox ami 0. V. Strums will pilot the Keehablte hlp on a successful voyage white you float Montr, in your little leaky tktff. In peace, If you will rest qnlut; but if you persist In troubling the waters we will sink you to the ixittom of our little pond. We will raise n atotm tnat you cannot survive. In the Meantime primary tsnw can be orgn i Ited by applying for a charter, care btlpg taken by the applicants to teori with their application twenty dollars (o pay for the private work and Hie ex pistes of the organizer. U-md Thirty fifth Jeremiah, and beware of ilmJltckt lit Adioente. Lot the good work go rn. awl don't forgtt tbe twenty ildlar spew fee. Selah!" Thr IUrcrndCANe of Illinois are le romlag active, ami the prospect o Uurooeratte success at tbe election this fall are growing small by degrees ami tiubcautlfully leas. Loxu Jonrx U aiotmd again; ami the Democrats seem to be tired. True, General Palmkk, Democratic candidate for tbe United riiaU Senate, is Industriously canvass ing the Slate, and is attracting large crowds to which he makes able ami telling speeches; but If any other Demo crat of the I'ralrle State is awake no (vldecee of the fact Is dUcernable at thtsdUtance. Kvldently.Cleaeral Apithy lie moved his forces from Maine to Illi nois, ami is In communion with tbe Democrats of that State. Sir. IIhich of tke National Democratic Committee thould seek and Dad and stir up bis executive committee, and tell the men huo compote it that there will bean Important election la Illinois soon. Mr. X'lowxk of tbe Coegreeeioaal Commit tee tbould be advised of the same fact. It tuouid be Imparted to all the Demo cmtle "leaders" gradually, so that ita f'lll forte way not fall upon them sud denly with shocking effect; or, alee, sAmebedy should Hag tbe gong in the Democratic household thould cry: "Fire!" or "Quay!" ot"Dcih.ey!" or "Blaink!" or some other alarming thing In a foghorn v4ee. Some thing deefMteboukl be dene to arouse the party from the profound slumber Into which, apparently, it baa been luted by the cradle song Jinan, my near, lie U11 aad tiasafcar; All the Mugwumps gnatd thy haul, ftwtiammHUin wttnet fewil riaaber near thy Tub Mbv. Ononun Kluott, jtat r lun Mi faoan a aalih jonraey m Kutune, pstatl ed at F4ndry Metavoenat ChuNW etay on the lest: "Return unio i bine owe house and snow how street iMse Gi hna dun for lhe." Tne Unctnr wd the nieaiioa and the teat to enfaece soaae pairtodc lentoni. Among other eloquent things he said that he thcughi that Washington naaded mmm horn m and fewer hnawMng houei Hsi mug k right is tads conebutosi, but Mnttr van do not believe we could get slang wits fewer hoarding houses. Tke cy natgjht he heneatted by hettm bonad awtkousis, but how it could get along with fewer we do not know. And, MM, alter all, our bonadisg-houaee ase not such very sinful pinnae. Thn ektvtl h) not in all of theiu, aad, iaised, in nanny of themi even a doctor of dtvtnsty maght teat his weary anted. And com tort ins nto nntdotts soul, anal gaaMy hla ;nddainay Ma ton i. TtvuNe Kuaon of the) Ylndain anntn UeaMKnasae Coav mUhW, wMl via Alexandria to-SMcsow M Mm putBoac of conierriag walk the ants nnd county cauuanaion and aannaoaifa o IknsMnta Coanoiiuee of tke Eighth It to expected that a pun of will le eetatfavannal uoon. Tfcn lavMvati tante ofMo hw irintlnd --"- Mtualsun In she Insmth. and Vsannnninnnnnr enww f jpwFie Major i.xoji waU he nnnnuiliri to aeon abwty and aji 1,-ajaafidag Taw ilWWalhi he) wid eas to dtesaawto "Sfenat HvfT hn lot isom, kajrihai snUt t iv, rclubbeatt" Int K.jiM.t Tuum aosnan to U at a u ai-d enlarged fom. -' l , .itm-Uu, is tourestca k that. Hal i . -L.cci ucwapaMir puUiekwd It Vir r l Uliux iu cidcot pfutpeeMy t xk of gtietlemea forsMirly oa mevtcd wtib the ptene in this city Lent thnn a ci sgu Meaara. C T tiuAtton td J T HaLl pihiiaeJ tiis iiACrr and the manner In which It hi been ran Mfttrv, has proved a Mgn tribute to tire aMllty of both gewtkHMn. f'tst Angrrst, With a view to rtati and Itnprofrnt th Time, a plan of reorgan hratlon was effected, and the pet transferrrd to the Wosnoke Tttwea Pn thhln Company, tjmfet the npimt Mr HusMtnT .? Browsb, alao of this city, became editorial manager, atd Mr, Omahdv retained hla Interest. A fctome trew rmlWing has been ertcit d, a tew double cylinder ptew e tntvf, and etery Improvement made that could snggeat Itself to the Ingenuity rf the pfpular and mtrptllng propri ttots. It Is a Hw, aegrrstlvfi newsp fer, rubllh-d by llve.agrcsdve young mK, Who thotTnfthly understand hiw to runitwet it, and It suewss Is ass ifcd. The fW eontfols the franrhls of 1m Aaaoclated Prese, the United I'ress and thn Pre8 Jtews Assnclatlnn. Vntti, Cai asp BtrWr, three f he fi- e srrt-tl for complicity in the riit airrmpi to wreck tralm on the ?iw York Central, haw confessed their guilt, ami I hey all implicate Master Workman K. J. I.RR in the crime. They say that Lrr pertowally fnmlshrd them with money, and ad vised them wht-re ami when to leave the country, after the wreck of tke Montreal express on the -ith Instant. The Herald of this morning says that this evidence Imptlcttlng Lrr as an ao cestory after the fuel has aroued the keenest Interwt "While," says the JttrnUf, "the Knights sre loath to be lieve 1dm guilty and wilt not believe htm entity on the mere testimony of the men who have cmfessed, the feeling Is general that unless he meets tbe acciim tlons promptly and squarely and ills proves tbelr allegations the Knights will have to repudiate him." A spec Id' from 1'htlftdelphla says tint Mr. WmoitT of the General Executive Committee says tbtt until the confes sions were made 1'owdrri.y ami the other head Knights believed tlutt llKKn, Condi r., Caix. Hdrtt and Kirkxix were Innocent. "We Intended," he sild, "to defend them, but since they swear that they took part in the wrecking of trains we will make a thorough Investi gation and lend every assistance to this authorities to bring the guilty party to Justice." Wk ahr Informed that the gentle manly cambler who was convorted at the Central Union Mission, and burned up & pack of cards on that Interesting occtslon In the pritenceof the congrtgatlon, was It eked up st nlttht In one of the police ttation-boufres. In writing this fact the reporter mid In a trotting way "lie tent a riiiet to the mission for prayers." Well, why not? In the dm Jnttancehe was Induced to abandon curds ami become a tluii specimen of tbe con verted gambler, lie was actually proud of himself. Hut he wat weak in sovorul oiler directions, and on Sunday not lilt the a'de door of a saloon and became drunk and disorderly. For this offense he wat locked up, and he now iletlres tbe mlatlon'a prayers In hla efforts to become a re formed drunkard as well aa a reformed t:ambler. We have no doubt he will be taved from tbe vice of the cup as well at from that of the green cloth, and that he will break till iUtk before tliu eyes of tbe muwlon. lie Is a bard one ami It will be neevseary therefore to convert him la tectiims. No mlstlon la tbe world could convert all of him at one time. - - In 1807 8 Tomki.i. printed two folio volumes concerning "Foure-footed lieastes" and "The HUtorle of Ser pents." Of the elephant he says that its Llood "is the coldest la the world, ami dragons In the soorcblng heat of summer cannot net anything to cool them except this blood." If Senator Shhrmax had lived In Toi-SBLia time he would have been classed with the elephant aad his blood would have l nice water to the dragon In the Itotteat mouths of the summer. Iu "The HUtorle of Serpents' Towrix includes bees, wasps, hornets, frogs, toads, tortoise, spiders, earth worm) ami other ''venomous beattee," among which, eertalaly, he would have classed IUed ami Ixoalls if they bad lived la his day and generation. Inoalu le YiBoauMM and IUbd la beastly. roLiCK OmcRM Strnhoosk ami Mukthy deny that they clubbed Mr. Cahlislb without good cause, at saherly charged by that goad elUaen. It appears thatCAHuaui attacked ants hocw. and had to be clubbed on, lie was dfunk and didn't care for eonee Huences, and when he got the logic d consequence of his own actions he babied, and cried aloud for public sym isjr. Tub boycott is a self acting ma chine. It is operating now upon syu eacote beer- The dtsectaes of the rhi Minnie Woweeiaa. at the ranand general wonting of the eoatnnoy in IwENtdon. tofiofind docsnosasi neoBts. On of lite cauaea of Uti lircrease was objection to "ayndjente km" Soeae of our neonte will not, it aeonts, drink any beverage nvade By "btnntna sag Unwfmr't WaaUy lieaignatas the lain n Irani of the ditty loouthed Cabbwk a "a late pontic diagnce." It ht an ealtting public irbwrnce. and will cob tinue to exist while Cabbqk wmaina In CtooifssMV ft pnonan of yiff dsssftoi osu snsBsBBtng to tiubiHt doeonoy wssteh ifcey can uny by taking Oak Koat'a ajowik out of CongreM aad tornsching tot over to. Dirt to dirt. Taut fuotLuia. McbUllab and Vinntnw hnvn httut 'enintann m town 9 atwawsnnsjnpe nw at eaaF BjaiaeKB nasw w1' sear" and hve been treated toadnrty by the gentk public. But yeetotaWy they got into saouolo ajad wntt iniisti for a few moatentt And bow tony sm uo tstnlt ss)oijHUBg waf BCnaB Tfnaw aoould h woBwpand ito soWoty ed good ocsktt. -'- - mr- -- fiiUt CAff loBBBBBtMr QbbV HllliBst UBbCrBBbL nwaw sanpeatfwptnsjp wsw wnefnwnwsBr pbw He v not hurt, buttaw cm w alutaet wanciuisl. He swaantni k& onojig dbntBii a UgJhtBsng bolt, w4 saBJal saifntu ads oatOB nanoysaBBe tBOtst dnnsssr. , Mi'u-u oi. lMa bsaVMM t ianue t Jw and wBon it BBgU kaat bwm - BBndanTit wBt tbenr Why. the own ao own end buns Um luuokipailiy wui control the gs murks, iu 1 mAe ihcui f'.unlalii vf t-uiruptlvti HOTEL ARRIVALS. JtfrtfifTffwi W. V. A. Catron, U ng fcen, 3h.: Cnares!nter and n, Attn ita, 0.; 8. lioeh, Se Tork. itimi D. -W. HMley nn.l W. HsUot. 9VtMh, Be: H- v?. jtthy. ChaHrtto. 8. Cj H. 0. CowIps. Jtortfi Ca: R. M. Wickforil and lfe, neoree W. Rseait hy aw! wife, Boton: P. WrtlrHHehet erM A. H. Ossntkv, Mw fork: M. X. CeH, WherllB. W.'Va.: i. C. Howard, ary tstd: Si. X. trooifseroff ami wife, Covtng rn, K. st. ,fdwc w. w. Raltns. Aanevflfe S. C; ,f. A. Sfctiol. Marshall, X. V: 4. B. sves. Jverth Csrottna; W. C. Ranotph, Virginia: 1. T. Wood, Newark, Jf. 4. ninirtTit .Tn((epStfgMt,awfl Ritwsrd SrhnMa, SW Tork; 4 f. Splanev Toledo, fih'o: (. A. rupkfv. Pal-lmore; A. M. Mi latell, Xenls, ohto. 77,jt 4. II $toll, e Tork; W. 4 Mn-phy, rhfPBla, A. T.; U 0. Ffey, rater, K. Santter, Purls, France. Minrthnm C. 4. Jawver. Etw 4. V itt, 2e Tork; Alex. I). Shaw, Sttei Isltn I, X. T.i R. KMsori, Miss KMon, Mr. ami .Mr. Vxneey, Manchester, England. ArUnpton A. Bfothwhoo,1, Chis. A. 1 rahoily, 4. W. Stover, fhlllp Carpent t, Int. F Stover, r . smt C Jt. Srhrociter, TifK Tork; 4. A. Chambw, nttshnrrt; C. II. Corliss ml K, K. Bel Us Troy, Jf. r. Arno--4. A. Xlchot, Brooklyn, J. T ; R. W. Wllttsms, Rlchmoml; Chris'lan Anrrhsrh, Syracnte. Xitmami ie T. T. Smith, New York; Andrew Price and wife, Intstsna: tleorce Dovely, Nebrttka; Geeerel and Mrs. Sewell Jew Jersey. XbhittA. r. Simpson, II. K. Dyer, Xew fork; .1 W. Rowlsntl, Emberton, r ; M. F. Oomee, Iulsvllle, Ky,: W. A Tul ley, Ihll, Texee; Powell Evun. Klch mentl, Va.j LcmHlresml wfe. New York. JMrt JobnimiS. II. Mllw ol John K. Katler, St. lamls; F. J, Ievy, Ntararn Fslls, N. V.. S U. Elder uml .MiM Um Klder, Oalesbnrg, Ya.; Thomas V. Thomp son, Denver. (lodfret'tJ. Mlekerton, New Hurllni ten, Olito; S. 0. llenjam'n, .1. II. Ilogan, Alljeny, N. Y.; l'anl Allen, New York. ' e - . LITERARY NOTES. Itudyard Kipling Is the new star that Is at present attracting the gar.e of the reading world. A clever and discrim inating essay upon this young genlu and bis work tins been prepared by Julian Hawthorne for theOntuber num ber of "Lipplncott's Magntlno." Herbert D. Ward's serial In "Wide Awako, riie New Senior at An dovcr," Introduces the readers of the July number to baring, pluck, and n manly distinction between loyalty and talo-bcnrlng. W. Clark Unwell, the famous Eng lish writer of seattorleM, and author of "The Wreck of the arosvenor," "Mnrooned," etc., lm contributed n novel untitled "A Marriage nt Sea," to Hie October number of 7l Lipplncott's Magszine." Ilote Elizabeth Cleveland has pre pared an article upon Florida as a plcaturo and a health resort, fur the October number of "Lipplncott's Magazine." A feature of the sime number will bean article upon"KIec trie Lighting," by the well knowu Lnullth telontist. Sir Djvld S-itotujat. What will we do with our young men? I a vital (luestlnn. One way of Ntn.vur lug It Is to help them to mikeaaoxl litulnnliig, aud Mits Falrfleld's excel It nt little lxxk of selections, "Starting IVdnla," Jutt published by D. Lotbrop CViupnny, has been prepared with this intention. Employers ns well hs pirenU cotdd make excellent use of ao helpful a volume. The following statement, said to be n quotation from an Irith history, miy throw some light upon the title of a story, "Tea Tepid In Amity," which will appear In "Harper's Magazine for October: "When the prophet JeremUh left Jerusalem he did not remain In Lgypt, as people thought, lie came to Ireland, bringing nltu blm the ark of the covenaut und the nrlncess. 'the young and tender plant,' Ten Tephl. In Ireland the prophet burled the ark, and after a tln.e married Tea Tephl to tbe Crowned lloreman of Ireland. Queen Victoria was descended from tliein." Dr. CbarlesA. Andrews of DrynMawr Collego will publish In the Oetober num ber of tbe "Annals of the American Academy of Political ami Social Science, an Interesting artlole on tbe "Ileglnnlng of tbe ConnectloutTowns." The Constitution of 1030 has a wider than local interest, slnco It was the tlrst written constitution, the prototype of Republican Government on this conti nent. It is a question of no small im portance, then, whether tho constitution as founded by the towns as such or by the people. This is tbe question dls cuteed by Dr. Andrews. A painstaking study of the facts, leads him to the con clusion, in opposition to the late Alexan der Johnson and many others, that Con nrctlcut drafted Its organic law on tbe theory "that the tovernlty of the State is in the people of that State." lllsmarclc, though outot office, re mains one of the most commanding figures in Europe, and tbe general interest la his personality will insure a welcome for tbe entertaining book, "Bismarck In Tilvate Life," which is published in D. Apple ton ic Co.s "Town and Country Library." This book, which is written bv a fellow student, describee IManaarck tbe man, and tbe Intimate view of tbe iron ehan etllor, which ia furnished in aaeedotas and description, will be found to pos atw an extreeae Interest. The book is illustrated with a little known portrait of UUauuxk, and portraits of the Princess IMetuark, Count Her beet Bis marck, the Emperors William, Freder ick, and WilHana II, the youthful Crown Prince, and the preeent chan cellor, Count CnprivL "Harper's Magna! no" for October is a moat intern sting number. Among its contents are: "Antoine's lfooe yard," by Julian Ralph, with twelve lfluttra tlons by Kensington, the story of a Burning expedition into inn ineutng Kfounde of toe ntoee in Canada. "Port Tntaacon The Last Adventure of the lUuatrious TarUrtn," by Alphotun DnuaVet, translated by Henry James (tftk IntUllnaent), with fifteen ill mre done. "New Money of Lincoln's Ad ariaieiratioo: Their Origin, Growth and Value," by L E Chittenden. "A Flaggia'," a story by 8. P. McLean Greene. "The Ftrat Oil Weil. The Birth of a Great Industry," by Pro fentor J S. Hewherry, early history of the petroJeunt industry. J'8onnoU by Wotdaworth," with eiawen UlualraHons by AltMd Psmob. " Agricultural CbIU." by TBeodore Child, with lour taoB IHutimtinni "Nights at Mew atnnd ABbey ," by Joaquin Hiiinr. with llluaUaAions front drawings. In taw editorial dtoarUueut Qeorge WUMnat Curtis dfaicoiiraes upon the teatarkabh fact that the practlud aenae of Chrirten dean virtually rejects the Chriaetan idonto aa impr actienbie he aankos eosta oBipariton bntween ceetnin soctBi aceBna and aBtuanstoBta u a vajunBod Lobbob and iBoan wbIcb Btnjr bow bb witnotted in the now MaMitt Sounw Garden and nrguot that our own dam in the heat of nil puntaok "me WtJUaaat XhnMt HweHe writBf Bjuut sIm, snsliaty of oaauln Bvuakrn bobbIb Mdtevtntrt MtoJt8Bai BOfcHOrthY Iteaf IkMiJuU 01Mb1468 Dti4Iy Witm wwWm ) imttitiang th0 "sfftaftf IfHSQ&k' lAawt tUBfiiMlIt It t" MB-U ILbbABbA lltatBlji BBBBMtttUBL ate tMBBivainant wwaBBBW wrm r - A ol for tsve t 'luui Htcd l (uxded in NctiottkK tu i -tli rebcuiuus licii-j.biii.aiM IN FLORIDA. MW OKB MtJSr IUM Tt UTI It T1AT STATI, 0ini I .VmWtryHfwni tit Vtitl in nenithtMi ciiwHiB, am II mf iMinc t Stny AdTtBtj h lnvnllltS. frm ". rrermr KmtOnmm tTHte tatid, lmttvt fir fleieeV. Of course, onn must renfh kwvf H Hft in FrotMa, that mernn) what to eat, wfta to exercise, when to rest, ami, ahwrn nil, h mmt have a real lore sml Joy In na- tnre. He must have ontpmi until he knows how to use precaution, ami this is not because there Is more danger the e than elsewhere, hut precisely because there is leas danger there than ettewhflr . It is here, of all places, that nature gtvei her maximum of security, her minimum of risk to her worthy lover, and in this eenee of safety with her at all hours lies the whole truth about the danger. One forgets that danger can exist, ami, ao rersuatletl, goes loo far and too fast In presumption on ler favor. This too easy familiarity she can, ami she may, fiuni'h. It is beet to make haste slowly n gaining her complete devotion. D not at first give yourself too much to the unsheltered air of night. Have a wrip always at hand for the first hint of chill. In short, lie half as prutlent here as you are anywhere else and yoti will gain a whole world of new llbetty and have nothing to loe In rxchango. I hitve spent days anil nights on an waters in Florida the Wekiva, the St. John, the Indian Hirer, ou the open Gulf of Mexico, In the harbors of Key West and Marco, and upon the placid waters which float upon their surface the ever verdant lleet of the Ten Thousand Islands under the sun by day and the moon and the stars by night and have come out of It with a brown face, a clear eye, no extra flesh, considerable extra spirit, with "an appetite tint could cat the solar system like a cake," wllh stores of plunder laid in by the Imagination for lame days ahead and with a treasury of physical vigor to help mo through our .Northern summers. It Is enoiiRh lossy that In Florida there Is room and the right place for ynu, whoever you are, An tfonjiiul it. The thing Is to Hod It. Ami here the only word I have tossy Is, FimlitgiHir tfij. Do not ask any one Uic way. U) not go anywhere ItrevocHuly on the recommendation or experience of any one else Do not jump at tho offer of land from some amiable land ncont, to build a house or plant an orance grove on. Go, nnd continue to go until vou find the place that suits you. That place exists, and you will know It when on reach It; nor will tho reports of any spies of Ascalon disturb your pence or untettle your preference. It Is all n matter of experiment. The only word I am willing to say on this subject It, Come i ml nt As to the date of coming, aid th date of Iiavlntr. I tliluk the Mudent of Florida has much to learn. If he bi In search of health. The louritt.ai suci. 1ih. like Death In tbe poem, all tetson for his own. He can take bis trip of two weeks or two mouths any time lie tween October and Mny ami not ml much, whichever date he selects. In hit case it doea not mHtter, its nothing is at stake. Hut to the person who vlilta Florida with the purpoe of find ing out Jutt what and all Florida can do for him in health, date and duration of time are matters of very great Im portance. On tlieio points 1 can give only a conviction founded upon my own logic and observation, for I have not nude aniuaintaiice with my Florida as an Invalid, If I were an Invalid and wished to tett (he whole value of the cllmato of Florida to myself, I would go In Oe tober and slay until September. I would snood September on the water, and go back In October; and thus I would llvo for three years. If 1 could not do lull. I would go In October and stay until June. Onu should have the benefit of the growing time, and the time of maturity, and In the midst of this bountiful Nature. All, and more, that spring and summer do for us at tbe North, they do for one here. We re vive when nature revive; we awake and become fresh In her awakening; and nowhere does she awake as she does here. All her cordials are in the air for us to drink and assimilate. Her sop and our blood run together. So it is everywhere, and so It Is In Florida. PERSONAL. General Duller Is fond of fiooJ din. Ing and la himself an accomplished cook. He can broil a lobster to a turn, Oulda has written twenty seven novels, and they have paid her more than any history published within the latt quarter of a century, Thomas Moran has imported the gondola, whleb, in Venice, was the froperty of the late Robert Browning, le baa put it in a pond at Easthamp too, a suburb of Brooklyn. Colonel Libel, the celebrated In ventor of the Freneh tuagaalae gun, k 58 years old. and has retired on an:ount of 111 health, after thirty five yearj of Mr vice in the arniy. Sera Jeaanntte Dunean is a young Canadian authoress who has been gain ing a naate for herself by a hook of travels. Sue ie quite a pretty woman, of slight figure, with brown hair and light blue eyes. All the members of the firm of Ilar ptr & Brothers are practical ptialoN, and it is a rule of the house that each, Mtambfr of the family who expects to be taken into the firm mutt rirt become proficient in type setting or presswork. i ... i sl as The Purest AtUcle known to Hetl sehwue are ated in wenartng Bool' garaenaHllt. Bvery ln KteBIent la sacefullF teteeted. MftuanUr sa tadnee' and only the Bwt rttUki. The wedtuine it pteoated under Uieaunef vision of thutennUy unnnntnai pwarmttHnU. tvtti every ttvp in the pkmmm uf eauul ttue is carefully watched wtth a ttew to neouring In Hood'g temaoartHt tne beat pouiUe result. U la menaced by a. COMBOUnotf. PK FOamOB' end rtWMf veculiw tu Hood' netkatArtluk fcaowa to no other aiedlelne. and by waten tne toil wadtniBW tower uf a tne ureawB'tneMlta retained it hat won Its way ta the tsadtna nnte asamu lotdUtutni by u own lntrnlc matrU, nd e sow a larger aaie than any aunuar ymiwx Uua- ittttijr feu' KsMMttouon "Having been is the Umi and patent bwsbV rine binliteii over ibu-tj runn in BeMlatBttw I sneak awnt eaperienee whan I any Hon! uentnneetUa is ( beat teUaBc Mood iBBfin cine I ever aont. and aw nniiriniawenaag-Bi U ia Ue BlaBati teaaw-" Va.li.gnta.Ut ugtuB and Boatnca tu., Bauunoce. aU. Hood's Ssrsaparilla tou.d by til am&iMU 11 -.x fur a Pre ptured uuly by C I Hooli a .. u l ,..j It- IB Bote ( DwUar OFFTCB Of we ritve t"een ttiHtwg nw ynti w fntBrn ffntt t e seattiote, and sew, ttMt ytnt aftc hewn aaain we hall try to tell ywt Uttte soAeihing abont T it Wwt Heett, Oar stem has rnidertmne a pomprne ehangedtir fnn your abseeee. The paint It R4ty, tne rearmflirme ot oer wpartewwts hat been ae eonifinthed n! m r "thne-fttter," the cah system, lttw hern placed In rowtron. We to ready now to show ytm a stock of TaM nnd winter Monrntne (ood, as com plHe aad desirable In every nay ai eim be foantl In tWt city. Ftor the lirfermatfo i of those of yoti who have bewi away we will re Iterate a former statement, that the steak ot goods wt leh we imrehaed of S. O. Pa vis hat been chwed out and the uriodn that wo are talking abont to day are ir w and leawimb'e and the inlces at whleh we prni'O'e selltnK them will be a stirprie to many of yoe. first of all, lot" look fver oer Moernlne I epirtment. Here are a few of oar Fall awl W Inter arrlvab: -19 Inch Mohair nt (to. 4C-lneh Iteneallne J'olial at To yard. Incl Sicilian at nt. -lnoh UtltllMtliie atSlyttd, W-lnoh Camel's Hair tPo. tt-lneh !ebsta fol at ,&o yard. 4S Inch Dtrable faee Bprnale at f 1 per yanl. 48 lath 3t. Armure at St per yard. 4t-lnrh PrcMAde Hentlttta at J1.S6 per yard V-lcoh Lailtet Cloth at S6e, 790, $1 per janl t'-lneh Wool Henrietta at T9c,8r. SI per yartl. 8-1 C'araet't Hair at II, St.K, 810. C-t Xnn's Cloth nt $1, $1 . Silk Warp Nun's Velllne at J1.SS.S180. tt.15. . SS.M. Japaneto Crane at SI.TS; extra bareata. Japanoto ami India Silks at Sl.St., JI.SO. Armure Stlks at St, St. SI. SI BO. St. Fur.li Bilks nt all prtee. W-lnoh HemstKelied Surah at S1.21. CIBAY AND BLACK OOOD3 FOIl LiailT MOUHNINO. 4(-lneh Cherk, Pltldaml Strlpe-lGood", o; tnperb (inallty, Mnoli Stripe GocnI , 9)o;si?rb quality. J-tn3lirlald0ooi,1t0. Inoli Stripe (loo s, Tte. mnolil'lakl Goods, St. m lnrh Mtlped Snrali, Sl.tS. tC-lneh Silk and Wool I'lahtt. ).. 8-tOrayNnn's aoth.lt. sw fleets frorc'i Kanntlf, 35e per yartl, 1.INKN DKPAIITMBNT. spkoet O-moh Table Linen, while atVe. 3 piaoen at Inch Croam Table LInea .tt 2r, 10 plees aa-tneh WhlteTaMe Llnnal 7.V. 10 1 leeet Tt Inch White Tahte I Inen 4t 1. I Pie Itlni h White Tab) Linen t 1. I o to the flneot Importwl. In lliefl and $ M we have Napxlitto ma'a! In i and . Turkey Vied and Cardinal Damatkln Ml tho laiitt !, M. SO. rs. T and II. !' pleeea I'lald, trlre and I'lala Crashes. IP. !.)&, K. Warn! SAo. Odown rouble-HBSlltotet and Prince I'orUered Dtmatlc Towels. SOx W luob, at e. Miloiten astorteil borders at ate. tOdPtenPlaln lliiek IleBtstltohed Towelt, laundered ready for use, SSo a piece. 50 down rialn While Hack Towels, JixU Intli, tie. LINING DBPAUTillNr. 10;ltce of Strlrd and Ilrooade Satleen Llrliir, 1S6 per yoid, and we Htnrto say tint Itey o,' not lie bought forlewi ttun or too olsewhera S plecM Fancy Lining, doable faee. These poods Inolmle all the latest styles. SO i Icm plain Sllwla from Ml to ate. Our mlk-faced Satin and Surah Ltalo are worthy of your attention. They laelade yaiiey, Stripe aad Cheeks. Alto blaek and white fruw SO to Hie. bilk Surah at TSe; a gro bargain. Oretsisaktrt will do well to exarrlaethetegoodsearefullr. Tbeyarecot obtainable evefywhere at these prkes, A 1XW DBPARTMENr Just opened for ohlMren. Vou will find this sear tbe sain entrance. A 8ae line ofHIbboJ Hosiery, all sites, Ifto; heavier ribbed, ate, all tltes. A specialty la heavy hose for boys frost Me up. A fine line of Ciubraere Hose fcoaiSCenp. Infants' land 1 loot, from 2 Jo up. CLIidrea's Viae Hlbbed Lltle, stalsleM blaek, all sites, aue up. Ladles' Hose, tbe best black eotton bote la tbe rstrket.ato; a pretty Grecian nibbed, ate; a BOeltylrlpe, bliek boot ribbed, atdjLa die' real 'Jlaeo" Dye, plata and Qeeeed, 3Se; ksq Dye Illbbed Lisle, Me; taaay nibbed lilauk hoot, Ke; BUck Cuttusere iu all sites tndrrkes. rasts. Vests and Drawers, Metlao, la heavy aid llfbt welKht.for eblidreu, tearlet asd Ute, irleet from tee up. Ladlet' I'lala XeriBO, la tearlet and white. I'aata and mti, flue rketlsnd Illbbed. high aad low seek, band eroeeet edge, We, SI and S!.. IAD1B6' AND CUILDKBN'S QIQVW. Tot n-Made Cattuaeie la btaek, brows aad blue. : 4. It, Me; Jersey Gloves, ate; all eelere; ll f nU', Ctdldren't aad Boyt'MUta, all piteei fica jf e up; Boy' Kid UIUesM, He. For our ovnttde-A tveeialtyla Ladle' Btaek Sttk tlun.laaduade. tl.U. Slat, SIJS, U.K. A enute Ua ot Kid (doves la Peeter, 1 1 tew shades. SI. St W; BiarrtU at ft; aU the I ew shades. 4 batloat, at St aad Sl.at; a very 1 e Btaek Kid at SI SO aad WW; Maotoat I. (res. tfretted aad iiaasassed, all shaiet. fancy aad sUU-aed backs, i tott-TS. TWMMISUS. Bik Mlk Odloan wtth CneeiaW, turn i Iscfctotltoceea. ata.4,tB,etaadMftr yttd; Btaek BUk Vandykn, iton fateh to M laehss.Bl.tl, se. Tie. JLMJtt. fe, StJB. je.ts. W-tr. Stjeand ST ptyaU;Baow Jet Bane, 1 inch ttts, aa a, St. Me aad St par yaad; Jet Ftsaeauatetie la Vandyke and laswtlaa, St tottJBperyatd. Ltat deatatH in Velvet, ttahtoMtied in two shade aus. brown, btaa, ateen. kettuliena, way U Uii-tse wine, Tae par yawl. Boat tadin in Velvet, eatteeJdeted tat no thtdtt tlik, Uu, browa. atay, M tt par yaai; uwhet wide. BasbsotiUied ysisemsalinie fat btowa and s4t. bismi and gttLetne and atlvet, black, amy and attvee, aaBotasse aad tiller. 1 hath wide, II at par yard. Jt and attt yuMtmanlcirie. U and atnhnt wine, StdW, S m and St tti per ytad Black Cbaaiue ad out Udlooa.fjoa 1 latBtoaineasM.asc andtt. Blank Wrt and (tut 'r"-''rv iiota 1 le t tiwim. tttc., ttw. and tee. ltrldeaceni Jewel PaneBifsterta. Irott 1 to 4 Utcne wide. Sl-M to $. Steak ellk Tii(itiniT"r"'ff glaavta. SaJKT, SB aad S4 pvt pair. Beaded tatlkOoBaaattaa, SeandSe-- Lntae amor ttaeitof Wank tWIr Itiaaaa. Stoat 7at- to Bt saw sand- 4BePPtBBBnPV twssp aa" ew py rvp WtjinV md t'otored Mlt nVvt taeadtt)st,Bjew aft-, tan-, tt. UM and etJB mm smb. SBaoktMri fswTsW? Mint wlws W. A, PIERCE & CO M B14XBB9VK3 Tu It o tlUi, m ltt Space .!J KntTCATlONAI.. TUB COI.milStAN UNlVBItSirV. T 1 COttTMWttv VinVBrmtT LvT Bksnwwr fli. nrt fif FACL I TT' JAXM p. wnLMirn. llt, rwMent. The Hon. .TOBS M BARLtS. LVD. (AstMlate justice of the V a snprerne Oowrtk rroliimit 1 1 Const ltn'l.nal,Tnrfrrdece aM of Pnblle and rrlvate Interna'lonal Law. The Hon. WALTBH 8. POX. LUtl , lAttwttMe Jeatk of Fnpreme conrt, BN- trtrtof Poinfewai. PtPfwm ot the Law ot Real and Personal Property. M r ontraets arm ot crinmi and MttrteitieanoTt. Tk Hn V.II.LIAM A MilY.UjJDj, f Aseeat Attorney eieireral of the OWWd States). . , frofetiorof Kcinltv .Tarl'prndenee, of Oma Bion MIW ann JtqniJT limraw urn nd Bqnitt rieadine: as l-JrrWwSttiW n Hon. AtTjfStfs S- WTIrTTHISnTOS rut eltea (Fotnwrly V. 8. District Attorney, District of (olnrabhi), . . leetwtr on crmtnal Pletidlne and rtaetlee and on Lestal BIMtncraphy. WILLIAM F. MATT1TOLT. KQ , Leeterer on Practoal OomniercLl Law. flKHrtV II DAVIS, A. M , IA M . (Formerly A"lttnt Allotneyof District of Colnmhla). A wolate rrofetwr of Practlce..Tncl)re of Moot teert anri Leclureron the History of Law. HOBHRT C FOX. L. L. D . Treatirrcr. The orenltie eerpeof the taw School will take place In the Law Lectnre Hall of the Vnltersrty s e corner IHh and H street! ncrthwest, on WSPHBflDAT. October 1, at (I o'clock p. rn.. when adrire'es In exnllm Iran of theconrseeof lectnre will be mode by the Prof eors and when other announce ments vl11 be made for the current scholastic year. 1 he I eclnre Ponie of Mr. .Jtwtlco HAH LAN on the ronttltntronal Jnt lprIenoe of the t'nlted States will be enlanred and will lie snpplemented by a new course on Pnblle ami rtlvatp Internal lonal Iavt. Ills lectures will be delivered weekly throneh the entire scholastic year. The other Profeors will announce the ex tenslt n riven to their several conrsos. The law Library, which has received larte additions. Is open dally (Sundays ox ceplrdl lor study and reference. I'ooletles for leital ileln'O and astoclato stndy exist In connection with t'e cliool The 1 etlnrarand Librarian will bedal'y In attendance In tho Law Library from 9 a. m. till S o'eiock p. m., to enroll students and answer Inquiries. tataloanes, cltlne detailed Information, can be obtained at the book stores of W. II. Jtorrlson. lSSt Fstn w. and of Lowdermllk A Co.. mi Fstn w, at the office of tlio Treas urer. US7 la avo, or on application made to seH.w. JA.MK8C. WELLING, President. rnuK coitconAN scibntificsciioolof .1. the Columbian University. This school will open at 6 o'clock p. m, OCTOIlKIl I, with tin) following course of Instruction, via: AH departments of KngHsn, .Mathe matle. Civil Knolner rlne, Chemistry, Assy tna. I'hyslcs, Mlneraloey, French, German, Mechanical and other branches of drawing, with lecture couises on Astronomy, Anthro poloev. Zoology, llotanv, ete. All clashes meet In the evening, and nre open to both sexes. For further Information apply to tho Dean, Trof etsor K. T. FIIISTOE, LL. D. sclS 1m. S' T. CECELIA'S ACADEMY FOR YOUNG LADIBS AND CIIILDIIEN Feorens MONDAY, 8KPT.8. Music and Painting Kecclve Special tet.llm Attention. I?MEHMN IN8T1T0TB, II 814 1 It li St., bet. I and K sts. select clat'tral and mathematical school for young men andbo'S. Iloglnslts thlrty-nlntb year MONDAY, BklTKMllKIt . rropares lor Harvard, Yale, l'rlncoton.Jf tins Hopkins, Lchleb, and other collegea and unlversllles; for the sclcntlflo schools. Unit oil States Mili tary and Naval academics, and for business. Special departnent for boys between Sand U year of age. A full course In modern lan guages. For particulars add roes CHAS. U. YOUNG. anaM 1m IrlaolpaI. N OHWOOD 1N8T1TUTK Iteorcn.SFITHVItBK , with Increased rteulty ami manylnproveraents. Mil. Bod MM. WM. D. CAIlKLr, aBet.lt Principals. riIIAI!LOTTE HALL SCHOOL. irrt-iew Sltnttloe nntarpassed for health. Baalish, CUssktl, Matbetaatleal, Cosnaiereial and Military Coarse. Hoard and Utltlee, Sl for ten moatbt. For partleaiart addrett II W. SILVBdTErt, Charlotte Hall, aulaMffi St. Mary's County, Md. CT. JOHN'S COLLBGE, Anna polls, Md. teist teotten eoffimentes 18TII 8EPTEM UEIt. BIat Dupartments aad teur eourtea of stady. BaUdlsat heated by steam. Terms moderate. Vwe eatategee addrett tbe prel dent, TIIOMAB FELL, LL.D., Tb. D, plEHCE CIiniSTIAN COLLEGE. COLLBGE CITY, CAUFOIINIA. A Flrtt-eUtt Sebool far Ladles and GeatlO' men. Able Faenlty. Teaporanae Town, I'teataat CBBMte, Healtby Loeatttm. Ueatoaabte Teras, several Courses aad Degrees. Address J. a KEITH, President. "I OHN8 HOPKINS UN1VEI13ITY, BALTIMOKE. AanetMeeaentt tor the Neat Aaadatale Year ABE MOW REABY, And WBt e Sent en Aetdteattoa. ewir""" - -7BBMOtiT AQABMHY, QM OF THE BBST IM KtrW BttOLAXB. Staaanttn aveey enBawe in New WtaaViarl, 4 nhBBmUXjS usaakekAUaai !BBBaBsBBBwBwV fiBnBBBW Mat at Bacttak. Bntktsnat aw,awe aad at- td aU YBttatttar? ACattaWY, nnstsnt Btmt, VX O51 xvwm ww QBttjm no vwm ftiawMBCftW-l ffttsaMM UsMttlBnli Mali B?awBwlUAK StfllaMif Uku4 UdatuJuta lmlBB aBBBV MeknBBwT 4w( BaBBBB ShBtti aBaaa lrMHalBBBBBV YbBBBBBBBwWb BnUt twtV tlaW.A-YKWAiXBL WaltUtk AJK irtaatatr. BM. Um of leto starii4i0BieV )m& aJnMUtU AnaBaBBBBB sww fltBaW tiff HI m tBawnMsal ttaUBV hjttd i-w attfH tSF WPBWBBWBBJ awPBr eBBBBI er. . . iaiaMwBaM BtTBBBlBV Oaasatnlnaat aVneabni CaBMtBttBni aw iptdliine1 atntt be over tt. Addxett MB. ABTBUBiaiJtUM. v atbbrkhte. aUat. wmm wif KlJUOATIOJtAr.. LANGUAfiES. THE BERlnfTZSGHOOLvf LANGUAGES SSBBB aBBh. BaaASjBBBBf 4iaaBtwBiaakaaa Taw Ifvn SweW iwfrTl n vTWTC. WWt Htm JrMft ITflWntTftrH IrWttlWtlOtt. BfttglBWig JjN jJlS StBaSaaW nPltajK. aWji r .. .. 1J. 1 1M Geergetswii Ujrf?Brslt Schsfl! af Law PAGUL.TY. PKV.J 11AVKWS BlCHAHDfl. S..J., rS,4',JL", the Cntverslty. ClIArUW W. UUPFMAlf. LL. D.. wean of tee faculty. HOJf.WTI.UAM A HICHARfWOX. I.T.. D., (TWef Jnsttr V. 8. Pontt ot Claims) Lectnrer on Natatory and Administrative Law and I eeal Maitltns. MARTIN F. MORRT8. LL D, I.eetnrer on ConHltnthmal and Interna tional Law, Admiralty snd Comparative Jnrlstmidenco. HON JKRBM1A1I M. WILSON, LL D . Lectnrer on the Law tf Weal Estate and the Law of Evidence. HON. ANIIHKW C. BRADLtY (Jnstrce Supreme Ponrt, DMrlct of Colnm bta,. Leeterer on Common I w. Flead fmt ami Bonltr Jarttnrttdence. .tOSRPII J. DARLINOTON, LL. D.. Lectnrer on the Law of Personal Property, Contracts and Netrotlable raper. OEOHOK E. IIAMIIrON, LL. ., Ltclnreron tho Law of rartnershlp, Corpora tlons, Pi actrce nnd Testamentary Law. n. ROSS PERRY, A. M , Lectnrer on Criminal Law, Domcstla nota tions nnd Torts. MOOT COURT. Clrrnlt Conrt: Prcf (ieorge E Hamilton Conrt of Appeals- Profs. Martin F. Morris, Ardrcw C. Bradley and II. ltos Perry, Introductory lecture and announcements for the ensuing term at the Law Htilhtlng. corner 6th and Fsts. n. w .on WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1. at 6-M p. m. All Interested Are cor dlally Invited to attend. Tho library, now comprising the Engllh and leading Amerloan reports and the latest text books upon most legal subjects. Is locAled In tho Law Rnlld Ing, with commodious reading rooms at tached, atd will be open from 8 a.m. to 10 p. m. dally. (Sundays excepted, to atudentsaml alnmnl of the school. The secretary can bo seen at the Taw Bnllding on Tuesdays, Thursdays nnd SAtnr ("bts, from 7:30 to 8:30 p. m., for Information, enrollment, etc. circulars giving course of stndy, term, etc, can be obtained nt book stores of W II. Morrison. I8IFst.n,w and LrwOermllk A Co., IISIFst n. w,and at W.8. Thompson's drug store, TOD 15th St. n. wor on aupllcntlon, personally or by let ter, to tho undersigned S. M. YKATMAV. tcplO-lm Secretary and Treasurer, ACADEMY OF THE HOLY CR033. 1312 Mass. Ave., Affords every facility for acquiring a thor ough education In literature, music nnd art. Tho Instrnmonts taught are piano, barn, vio lin, guitar, mandolin and banjo. Linguagos, cecernl vocal, drawing and fancy work frco, tolg.ly VTA'no'At' MEDICAL COLLKOn-MEDl-1 caI and Dental DsmrtmeLts nt tlie Columbian University. The tlxty-nlntli an nual courso of medical lectures and fourth dental courso will begin on Wednesday. October 1st, at 8 p. m.. In the College llnltd Ing, 13 II st n w. Introdactorr medical leo turo by Protester William Lee. M. D. Dental Intrwliiotory by Professor Mark M. Flnley, 1). D 8 Tho autumn examinations will be l.eld on Thursday, October Id. at "-M p m. For circulars of both departments apply to Lr.A. Y. A. King. Dean, i Thirteenth st n w. Office hours 9tol0 a. m. and I tosp. m Telvplione SM. seprH lm. QFBNCEIiIAN 11U81VH8S COLLBOB O Cor. Ttli and DsK.n.w.. Fmbrsoes Hlx Scliools, via: 8chool of Prartlcat Iluslness and Aooonnts. fcchool of I're(ratory Praetloal English. Prhoolofbhottband ami Typewriting. K'bool of Bpencrrlan I'ractloal Penmanship, fcotool of Meilianleal and Arehlteetural 1 rawing. ehoot of Civil Service Training. Day and Night Sestloet. Illustrated Data lodfu-tM Jrc II C. 8PKNCH1L LL.II,. Prlnelpal. MFI8. SARA A. UI'BNCBll. VlWl'rl&elpa. tet.tf T INDEN SEMINARY, Lltlti, Pa. A school for young slrls asd young ladles, at Lltlti, Lancaster County, Pa. 97th year. Afate.oomfortable sebool home; tboreugli aaetbeds; earefuloversltht of the Individual pupil; advanced courses of study; very pleas aat loeatlon; steam heated, SdtO per year. TANDHRJJILT UNIVBIISITY, Nathvllle, Teen. Ten Fellowships, wo eaeb, with free tol lien, efen to graduates wUbleg to pertse bJiibereeeifOS. Addrett W1L8 WILLIAMS, Seeretary. VTrASniNOTON AND LEE UNIVBIISITY, Lexlogtao, Va. Fer eatalecae addrett Q.W.U.LBE, PreeUeat. TOESTLEY MJHOOL FOR BOYB. Wt Madlsea are., near Setb tt.. New York City, HeeveM at above address OOTOBES 1, ttfiO. WIIHan Joaet. A. D. (Uarvardl. Pita- stpal. Addrett oatU Septeraber Bex IsN, Far Beakaway, L. I. yEATIS' INbTrTUTB, Laaeatter, Fa. The Rev. MOKTGOMBRY B. BeOFEK, M. A., Bead Matter. Poor boys teaetvsJ at wenrtert of tae bead taattert luadty. At present taete it two yaeaactet. Mr. Henpur aat tent boys to Harvatd, Yato, Prinattnn, ColtwUt, Lealsth, Amhsrtt. Tttotty, West Fotat, Annapolis, Jte-, aad hat not had a nan- w m AlXKiea SCHOOL FOR WftLAi. Bawtiaipatetawawl ta IHi. BBaVBaBBB aVBBal LoBLA. 'VaBBl Ctv dJ&asv tywWetiWw MawBtiawi iawCsBittiaM eatM vsMhe BBtatl Aiken nast- BitBeisnnajl eatMaan of teatjy. aar tain at Btnntnnnoi, MowYnek. R BVsaaami eaaUUBtwc vwxiwamx hwWttiBW"W.BJ- U u j)Aj SLU YAbUbbV MsbbV BJbkjUAAug Ins BBBB1 aBBSBal ,I.CaBwK,sVlayu W.U)tlCoat, QbT tUtf WtwnBBBBat sBeT letW HSai tMi MM 19 TsbJrbV Aafatl ataaaSBa4BBBa. 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Gland Spectacular Produotlon or THR 8BNf AT10NAL NAVAL DRAMA, A PERILOUS VOYAGE, By HAIIRY MEREDITH. ASnnerbPast. EIrgant New8cnry. Surprising Mechanical Effects. Next week-MlLTON NOULE3. Wt Hill s NEW WASHING TON THEATRE, HTn8T. THIS WEEK-Ladles Jla'Jnee To-morrow Grand Double Attraction, LESTER TICKED AND YAUDEV1LLE ALLEN'S STARS. Annie Hart. Daly and Devce, Tho Hlghleys, I"rofessor Peeroan. Mme. Albertlna, Adolpb, MUc. Mario, Mpo. the Great Hilton and i.r.sTi:n nuii ai.li:n, MONS. PARISIAN ARNOLD 11ALLBT ICIHALI'V'S TROUPE. MLI.K. JOSEPHINE DEROSA, JEAHNETTA, lid I tli Pearl, Leontlne do Flnro. Loutso A. Jnno. Ethel Kverly, Henrietta Leo ami FlTantw Krensteln. W-flt LOUK Til K AT Its. MONDAY, SEPT. An rnciualsd Sreololiy Congress of Vnudc- stsrs. . Matinees Monday, Wednesday, Thurtday tSCt Friday Admission. 10, SO, 30 and SCo. foIS.tf THE- REOLIKN. It the Grat of All Muiloal lostrumentu Because It performs any rnnslo irom a waltz or n ballad to an overture or a symphony moro beaHtlfully and more neirly perfect than any other slnglo Instrument. The Aeolian Is not mechAnlcal, but the BMnipnlatl'nof Itltao simple that a person eanletrn to play It with from one tothreo weeks' practice. Tour vltll to teo this In ttrnatent will be esteemed a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, MS PA. AVE., Fole Agent for Stelnway and Other First- Class llano and Organs. EDOUATIONAT.. Jl1 186 VA YARD'S INSTITUTE, Norwatk, Conn. A Home Sobool for Girls and Young Ladles. Number of boarding pepl Is limited to twenty. Bxeellent advantages In Musk), Art and tho Languages, Gymnasium. Pleasant grounds. Healthful loeatlea. Pupils boarded through tbe summer months. Board, washing and tultkm la the Eogllsh braaebes, MO per tebolattte year. Seed fer dreular. T0eEMAIlYHALL. BOARDIKO AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUXa LADIBS, WalllBEford, Conn. Aeadeetle and preparatory eourses. Frinelpals, MISS LANSING aad MISS nUUTZ I1EE3. Christmas terra begins OCTOBER 2. For eatalegse addrett ROSEMARY HALL. ! si ii -! .ii. .i.i.i ... I. II II am I ... .. I-IB.II- . .ll.ll.:. TVl'KADVILLETHEOLOaiOAL SCHOOL, Meadville, Fa. Fdueattt fer the Christian Ministry, Room rent and tuition free. Aa entrance fee of fer gas, beat aad eare el room. AU expenses moderate. Term beetas SEPTEMBER 30. Addrett REV. A. A, L1VERMORK, D. D-, Ph talent. Meadville. Pa. -TTf BLL3 COLLEGE FOR WOM EN, Astora, Geyaaa Lake, N. Y, Tatee fail tx areas of ttady, Loeatlon t sail Ural aad beaUalaL A reaaed CarUtlan betBe. aw baBsHag ready next September. Snutan toaint StPTBMBEK K, mo. Send fattT taAenttaBBBaitaL B.S.FiUBBBB,D-D., Fvtaclpal. MJW fUIILlOATIONS. T.g Cfelipwiia Briiaiiica, CmiHJUMt IN BVBBY ITEM. not a wont ettanoed itott the orUlaal. at vnia., wtth Man. FOR ONLY 37.50. TUB ettiUPSwT BOOK BYBJt WBUaHBD. 1 B tor yonnelve. Mow toady far deaHety by W. H. 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