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TIIE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1890r
Till Daily Critic -famM ANOrAfTTAt. Tit nnlff nwmram PaHf lMptr Pb fnv amnmma ,lfrASHlSjTON CRITIC COfcfWS?. OWTCR: 94fe O STRBBT HORTHWBSt, WABHINtfTOW CITT. P C. Tit).", OF 811 Mt'RI PTIOH, nV(etiwrH.lat St A " 1 month St tfemrt in tM ttr. i wmth ft A' TM8 0IIITIC WMtoWMb, 8. 0. A MI.1 1 ' WXtm imvan, D. C, 9m. 99, 18BP. til. KANSAS CAMPAIGN. A i t ondent of the 2w f or Tttae. tn"n a "careful review of th attna't'-ri. cornea to the conclusion it)h f 'f th first time In hnv hlttoty XttHftt t a ttonbtfut State. The He jtttMtena party hurt been thrown Into MWM coaftoton by the nomination of Oovwnor ItontnnoK by the Democrats and hi imtonemeat by the re stibtnls fc)n Itoimhttonne. Governor Hont.vsos win the Brat Gorernor of Kansas, ami bit mine is associated in the minds of Inn people with the moil stirring times n the State's history. Ite was a Re publican of clean character, and left the jiarty a few years ago and cast his lot with the Democrats. Ilia opponents for the Governorship are Governor HtmPHnnv, the present incumbent ami Mr. Wil UTS, the Alliance candidate, who is sot. known outside his own neighbor IkmrI. It Is expected that the cam paign will be made principally on the Isetw of high license as against prohi bition, the situation In the State making this the prominent question. In tnnny cities the prohibition law Is strictly en forced, while in others the saloons piy into the city treasury a regular monthly One, which amounts substanti ally to a license. Governor Robinson believes he has a lighting chance for mwcce anil will carry on his campaign accordingly. (JOVEKNOR II ILL TO CENSUS PORTKR. Governor Hill of New York has re fused to answer certain question1 sd dressed to hlra by the Superintendent of the Cenatte. In bit letter returning the fjtteetiona to Mr. 1'oktkk Governor Hill gives specimens of them and manes Mveral pertinent remark. The ques tions number about two hundred and art, tbe Governor says. In the nature of a catechism upon the constitution and laws of the State ami upon the charters of cities. Some of tbem are m fol io: In whom Is Mm executive power vested' ft hat Stale officer arc not eligible for ic-titetionf Tor bat may an election of member o( the Legislature b contested? Meet tbe General Assembly provide for tbe rearletratioN of elector? Are voters exempt from arrest on election. day? Are tbe members prohibited from riding; on panes? What prevision is tnade in regard to tbe Mb of property on execution? In nnwt ktesnutge must ail laws, deeree Mtii regOMilotM be rm Mutual! What is tbe penalty for tlueUliigf Hew h a city Incorporated? Who composc (be board of eleetleti eont Miasleaer of a city? H bat officer inform tbe function of two or atoee officer? A bo acta coroner? Who collect tbe watw rates? Is there a fre library? If so, who are Us oBcortl Are tbere more than ooe police court la ettfc of the first cUm? The Governor calls the attention of tbe Superintendent to tbe fact that iey of tbe question can be easily antwered by reference to the State Uon ssHuUoe, while replies to the remainder may be found in the sesetoa laws ami in the charters of representative cities. To supply accurate answer to them all would be an undertaking requiting ooasWerabk time and Investigation, which the Governor U not authorized to Impose upon any officer of the State. "But," says Trlvate Secretary 7iL 14MM, writing by direction of Governor UiLL. "aside from ttite question, the Gewernor must decline to comply with your lequeet for the I urtber reason that be dees sot wish to be In the attitude 0 seeming, by revising lu work, to Imleise tble branch of investigattoa isuMtgwratet! by the Federal Csiu Ituieeu. Tbe scope of tbe inquiry 8ifHtetaii by the queetloiis submitted Is wtjds1, ad the reeutu would undoubt tjlkf fwnbh metetUl lor a valuable ee sysjbiaesMn of potltiual loiorataUon, but Um Gosretor in unable to And U the itrtiile vector which ihe Bureau hat Istesi jjseyUhnd and U carrying on mi vwlt, tmjf Mtthatfty whauoever for the thhniaU eeyclodtc work ouilUed in tilf 8eiee 0 queettosw " Utteg tsawtlBf toeJuw ewejt UOirect lejMsjsmtisIlssy lor the S4sjitNeiosi of act usjetotaaUng which, in his nplsiin. 1 hat wisely withheld tnm Ue 1 of the eesttvu, the Ooveraor w- tasiM Use eMsuuaciiimi which msams MaVesjft Use SuseeiBlsmdsml'e mtaefi, Tmb iuun hut week, passwl a bill. ejeessty ftmtA by the House. povhiUg fof sVmIkm of imhorimrt Aevltos of Veiieas) iteAee ooan." mmstor Tusisi.i.i. t It wm iwdr a t wttfc a tkk ejMMtly su- Im Ufaftjt eilvsjf wee dMpojsiBlxoil is Wte." wkMd m wmsMssfnMi emptor &9$ AO stoMsjiisjeioji ojx th iofUhtootustry wee coveted up hlel HI item to he voted on. tad amV ifka4 whethr It attsatod to that eej 4M eyiem4W of aW Uhi4 Sltlitw Mr 9mnm,t Ut. Ikwm' wititt MM hjf taM ssjeewest ibet the iHtmyi fc duttew tysjlted only to thai diver eWmV eld Uw ne ueat nkkel, ad diet 4khl tlflititiSt'"n the Mil au mmA jav tfcjed lijpe H pwiert It confer Ops (ft PanetMT ol the Wat, wk the JUHUMisl aJ a fieesMALfUf at Ka f BAftaV mm, yt MaJbotnljr to chps) tbe em- 1 tlb ttve doibtr wdttw Aw- i to etMBSffis th sjitviQes !MliwttoeMMe40eja- - fW Ui sftKefltr hi p nalmC To-ixlu Qmix, BwgwhH cm CMdMeae for (.cupwi to the Third I of Veal V UgtBfes, HUWWIW 1" et luc CLk.aMt nrtaiajsin SZb Ui. MXouiuvalfiutwtbelaMsjd Sieks reaetos A$my si WuUgum by rosidtjatCletoUiad, ys Uu)Gur ULlmab orwoi. Gajus was Peoeiuu fc(.tl b.X; Lb WhiiiiOiloil U iljcliit- mrnt of IT. B. IIvr. who hroiijhl him from West Virginia, at the suc cessor of Jows s. Wmiifift, it of West Vltghim. tfttrfiiMt having been appointed Paymaster tn tm Army. 0t s' term expired nirdet rtwWent Autbir. He wan an applicant for r appointment, bnt Ut. Antwtn selected for tbe position a no 'epgw! Union sol dier, SirtttJT L. Wii.ijw, who WM re ppolnred by rresMent Ct,vt.Ar, Md hold office to-day In virtue of that reappointment. If Gawk, la ft "vic tim" it Rermblrcan admintitratltm la n tponelMe. He Is now chief of a dl vMoh in tbe Third Andltof'i Office, Trtamty Department, having falletl to sevnte appointment as First Auditor. The lwtiWgttmr Is rather early Id the bwlnrs of campaign lylne. In jus tice, however, It must he said that Its statement of the Gmkfr cwe Is no strain of the general policy of the Ko nuMlcan organ of West Virginia. .If-n?j ,1 O'Rtu,, formerly m-'m!-r of Congress from St. Ionle, l a c m didate for the Democtttie. Oongfessloal nomination, bill all the "boys" are not his mpporteri, ami some of them are opposing him actively. Yesterday he slapped the face of one of the "workers" against htm, and had three officers of the Democratic primaries ar retted upon the charge of innking fraudulent returns. Mr. O'Neim. Is an aggressive fellow, and he delights more in a tow than in tbe ways of pleasant ness and the paths of peace. He carries a chip on his sbnnlder constantly, and Is always aa.xtoue to ft ml a coat-tail dragging on the ground so that he may tramp upon It. OccAaioxAM.Y, If not always, the way of the transgressor is very ltanl. A janitor In New Yutk tbe other-dny stole flO-l from a money drawer ami was shortly afterward arrested on sus picion of having taken It. He was not a hardened thief and soon confessed that ho had taken the money, but said be could not return It as be had become frightened and burned It, and be showed his employers tbe cremated remains of the bills. Hit turned over a hundred dollars be had In bank ami bis friends raised the tialance of tbe amount stolon, and now, out of money, reputation and situation, be Is firmly convinced that honesty Is the best policy. Tiik Misetseirn CoNSTmmo.v.t. Convkxtion lias adopted a modified form of the Australian ballot system Ihe Identical system the Republicans desired to force upon New York. It pro vides that each voter, while In a booth by himself, shall mark his own ticket. Marking Incorrectly Invalidates the bal lot. And now tbe Itcpubllcan will cry louder than before, and demand that the Federal Government bnll Interfere without further delay on behalf of tbe down-trodden Kepublfcan voter of the State of Jekk IMvia. ' Down with Australian method at the South and up with It at the North," shout all the Re publicans In concert. Thk MAWAcitcsierrs' DaHocK.VTs hope. They always do. Hope doe tbem good, and heretofore It Vim done tbe Republicans no harm. ! no compile)! wore by "soap." as under itood by the lamented Airmen, fian by hope; but tbe Democrats never de spair! and thin ye ir, with JJiu.r Hus sbli. In the lead, ibey hope to come out victoriously. We hope their hope will not be disappointed. HurtKLL Is a good nun, and is leading In a good cause. He Is young In yeare and sound in principle. He is a tariff reformer, a defender of tbe Civil Service law sys tem of appointment and a reciprocity lie. He deeervea success. The Nrw Yokk Tribunt sees the point ami says: "If the daughter of General Fhkmokt U truthfully quoted and bis widow Is without means of sub sistence and on the verge of actual sulfeiing, while private charity may be trusted to afford temporary relief, some adequate provision for the future ought to be made at once. It is hard to ac cept the report literally, however, for Mrs. Fmbmokt has two adult sons In good health and comfortable circum stance." IsqniMY should jw made with great diligence for the two Fjuusont boys who have permitted their mother to full into wast, and to appeal to the charity of the public to av her from hunger. One of tbe hoys U a lieutesunt In tbe Army, and the other an officer in tbe Navy. They are either a nUrepteeeated pair, or else Uwy are so wean they should not be permitted to serve under the flag of their country that hi dis graced by the fact of their exlateoee. - - TwiavE HikMuen toae of beef per meat are now being ahipsMad direct fsota Mw Orhjau to Laadoa, tkeeatile being slaughtered la taw former city ad seat to Europe thoroughly pre terved by mean of "refrigerated traaa porutkMt." It if elaleted that the journey la 1,030 auks shorter titan by wear of Chicago ami that $9 pet quarter U saved oa the beef. Tub waoGtutaaivg woaee of New Yojk are pisnaing 10 atemae Mr. La oviiuuis to deliver these a aeries' of leetuxea oa tae etibtoet osT riasdeed0 toatialre tae faieojf cdueatad wivits memrf wsssp eenw w eeapsweejiamv eaj and the lateJlectuel iniaatoa of atothers. Tits CuiCAOiO M coolly gad ku woroualy leatarks that it ia asv the asafost of the year whee tlte haak to avoid the em whit awaiu idsu at It h Twwrrv ikaiw anM Fatti Waattte )aaW etttft BttflBaWfltttfaeVev1 a?affaseMatf trff hack, Mi lor twelve tmmt he U t j receiie K),(aVS aaellJHenji) for her auit- -cr - TS Mctuai. Fvg. GUfCokUrAHY of e7i' 9 wr" P"w" & r Wl?nwlB(l 9 " " Mwsde of ihstenhntaof Oaieettat Aftv ceata saw 1.M0 fe. FSMt AU. ACOA!W t Hi. ('' sMMal is ace pret,nng (a tevool dy. Uga a ebjeaJjOfi hm I 1 1 n a imiiU Jwmii. It ia sejd UtAt in Oitlfchuuu, when a vue iuhwj(eil with ucrw otcuJiu, uU Ui lie kaeeerLu triau. .! iuud.i AAfUSEMIiA'TS. ..The i Hume" at .Yifmnwh". A very large attdfence aeaemMed W the Opera !!onelat night to wltnewhe pfewtJtatlon of Richard Stahl's latest operatic venture entitled "The Sea King." The piece 1 admirably tairetl. attractively costumed, and well east ami presented, and affords an evening entertainment of rather more thnn ordinary enjoyment While the libretto will certainly escape conviction on anv charges of originality or literary or bnmoron merit tht might by any pos sibility be trumped up against It, ami the mnMc will hurdly bear the tet of too critical an analysts, the general effect la undoubtedly pleasing and tbe material success of the output should be In proportion. The tfc nble with Mr. Stahl, as Hbret tlt and cnmpr.er, appears to be that he thinks too much with his memory doubtless, one of tboe trnthfnlly treacbtrons reeollectlve apparatus, so often enconntered in the realm of lit erature and ait, which retains an lm presMon without rememtierlng Its sr.utee The result. In the present In stance, Is a brilliant and vivid kaletd rwope of musical fragments, flashing Into ever new combinations before tbe eyi s of the audience before it is possible to determine the quality or origin of Its prismatic components Jlnt If the mmlc Is .very generally reminiscent tbe remi niscence is of themes we would very unwtllfnely forget, ami the public Is so much tbe more Mr. Stabl's grateful debtor for tbe Ingenious If unconscious ability of his recombinations. The costumes, from designs by the famous Illustrator, De Grimm, areas kaleidoscopic and varied In their mo tives and sources as the music, and the effect Is both benliderlng and brilliant. There are a number of new faces and voices In the cast and they are wel come reinforcements to the ranks of tbe old timers. Miss Ada Glascn, as lhkret, dtplays a mtxto voice of con siderable ranj:o and power, which she handles with the skill of tbe thoroughly equipped artist. Miss Katie Gilbert, as JtoiiUt, Is somewhat more than satisfac tory, and Mr. Mark Smith, an old fa vorite of the comic opcm stage, in the title role, la everything that Is pictur esque, dramatic and tuneful, tuoueh perhaps his effective baritone has lost somewhat of the pristine brilliance of its upper register. Mr. Graham has nearly a monopoly of tbe humorous clement of the niece as tbe elongate and erratic Von lhm boiilu, but he is quite equal to the emergency and Alls the stage ami all reasonable reiiultemcnts of the role with his usually all pervasive comic person ality. The finalo chorus Is verj' becom ingly arranged and sings quite ns well as could be desired consistently with a ptoper regard for Its Individual loveli ness. "The Sea King," In fact, ap pears to lie what tbe public have long but) stklng. and btlng found at last apiuars to be appreciated accordlnaly Murkh Kfiri-n Inte-rimtloimU nt lliu Nutluiiut, If the vaudeville stage of Knirimd and the Continent Is not wholly de midtdof tie bright and particular stars, It is certainly not the fault of the en teipiUIng American managers, wliow aktioiiniiilcal scoop-net has been so In dustriously spiead this season for dra matic nebula of this description. At least be has given tbe variety theatre connoisseur of "the States" the opportu nity of deciding that In some lines of the profession they manage these things better In France and elsewhere. The performance last night at the Na tional demonstrated very thoroughly to tbe satisfaction of a large and enthusi astic audience that our nrtlsttc brethren across the water are a far ahead of us In some things a we dUtaoce them In others. There U nothing drearier to be conceived, for Instance, than the Kngllsb Idea of humor and sentiment, m em bodied in the averaire Euglleb serlo cumlc song, and set forth In a most dis tressful small voice by Mlae Minnie Cunningham, a pretty little damsel with a migtumm, Du Maurier face and bead ami awfully fetching gowns, from tbe Drury Lane Theatre, London. lint when MIm Minnie began to dance, sbe immediately took steps to convince her American auditors that they had much to learn In that direction, and skipped Into their very heart of hearts forthwith. So with the marvelous contortion act of the lloranl lirotbera from Covent Garden: tbe A voice from the Kden Theatre, Paris, in a phenomenal trapeze act; Caiman, the sbadow grapblst, and Lieutenant Travh, ven triloquist, rarely, if ever, have we seen anything to approach these unrivaled performances. The human monkeys, Jaco and Coco, from llerlln, Mons. Aldow, pastel artist, etc., from Madrid, the Natusktee XylophoalaU from Itlga, Mons, Leocce and Mile, Lolla, jugglers, from Portugal, were some of the other polyglot and cosmopolitan at tractions of tbe thoroughly unique and eirioyable Tower-of -Babel and Noah's Ark of an entertainment. very night and matinees throughout the week. ..A I'urlluua Voyage" at IlarrU' HIJuu. A crowded bouse greeted the pre sentation of Harry Meredith's melo drama, "A Perilous Voyage," at Harris' Bilou Theatre last night. The play hi full of powerful situation and atarulag climaxes. Tbe scenic effects are re inaikably good, particularly the scene oa ib deck of the U. . S. America, and the closing aceae of the fourth act, when the ship burns up aad stake. The east ia a powerful oatj, the lead tag part being take by George Weasele, as the drunken captain of the America. His reaiHiioa of the delirium sceae at the cUcaax of the fourth act was aa ex ceediagly realistic piece of acting, aad it held the audleece spell bound. Mis Nellie Siting ia a oharmiag little actress, who take the part of Kt Mitttl. and afterward ike diigutoed ap prentice boy, U turpi. Uarry Clifton as JfrniJc VluiriicUr ftr a hABdaonae aad wanly hero. The comedy element of the play la a eery strong one. T he funny coaior tioas of Heart Lynn aa uuiuu4l ds Buurti, the skip's orderly, were greeted with about! of laughter, aad Thojaaa Xeegaa a the captain's cook gave aa exceUeat inillett'iB of a aegro extorter Mr. De Lacy aa the ttoa lew era's atate and Mrs. Hooker as ihe Motherly JarfM tinvug aiao ruisatribtited their ahare ia the f utt atajafag. The raiuJader of y Goev paay it aa txceUeat oae. Letter aad AUee's atata opaaed a week's tingaeyuMiat at Keraaa'a TaeeAM laat night to a large aae seetdttielaatne audieaice. The ooaapawy U oae that playa oa ite luerita. aad there is aot a weak feature is the eaMtre pcograauue. The ortfaalaataoa has beea ha laasax iagtoa before aad the sbw of the aexK eace laat atght ia a good indtcathei tikat fry perlorittaaice ia appaeotatad- Askdpk tiafhaatsid hie luitmafw at Ike opening, aad U tkek very fuaay u Hcal act the Hirtlffyt smtahiBd the WniiuHiui tkv on ell deaeree. Al rwseejwspca evieeF e ww ff hgatfaaa' pitetjnartr efacta took well and pleated the lower j well aa the upoer vart of the oiue- Lealtr and AMca ;vx the 'aaort act," to which llit v Line iLiJu .u'hi big iUu.cw, and uuu warmly wclcomtd. A 4 u.. fvntri. in C'.-tlHi-l.ll.'il kitb lUc ai.' lUcy iuli'jauvc Hi-kaJiiiiy dull v p.iKl iatld lil l tblLt i- j! JfcJ 0. Va rt Ul. U triligbl lvU li.(. ii.iiai. Jll.t li u FOR A GOOD SHOE VISIT For an Easy Shoe boto WILSON & CARR'S, We carry the Bert Ufteot Pewfflt leather Shees for lAAtes aad (Mr tlemen at S a pair at Wilson & Carrs I'llUlldllHlltp SIlOP Jlpll. Ao. mb r Kriuiirr -. w WaWiiaws D. P. BALTIMOR8 STTJRB, 1 hhiI M'Ksi' jt.iri.Miti: snti;i:r. aegood as ever. Annls Hnnt pleased everybody m usual, anil Professor See man mystified bis audience completely In the manner In which be handled "l'dectra" In midair. Arnold KIralfy's character ballet, which conclude the jirogrammc, and which was participated in uy such well known danseuses in .Teabnettn and Josephine De Hoea, held the audience to the finish. Tbe sleigh bell dance was excellently rendered , i hotel arrivals: Mrtrofmtitnn Kd. Henderson ami (1. U". Asliton, Wheeling, W, Va.; Henry Warn, New York; 8. 8. Cllne, l'lillwlelpliln; 0. Deney, North Carolina; N. T. ltlav, Whllton, N. C; V. W. Jaqua ami J. K. Klngslsnd, New ork. Atno,m II. Rardlner and It. A. Itob 1 1ns, New Tork; Stephen Staples, Lenox, MIm.; ttiehard lloberts and ueorge Hlunt, lersey City. jVormanrftc C. Simon, Sandusky. Ohio; J. V. Graves, Wst Virginia; rienj. A Dste, C. I). 8illlng sml O. It. Anderson, New York; T. N. t'ateras, lloton; W. (l llogle inl (ieo. II. llrown, North Osrotlna; W. A Clillton and Jas. L. Motitgmuery, Charleston, W. Vs.; It. K S. Pajrue ami A. S. l'ajnr, Warrenton, Va.; T. Sf. Doyie slid 0. It. Kunstoa, Staunton, Va.; (.'lis. II. Korb, Italtlmore. St. JnmeiU It. May and .1. M. Maoter on, New York; J. B. Ixnry, Ohio; O. . Conn M. I.oiilr; Jaa. W. Lewis ami wife, Oeo. S. Nichols atsd A. 0. Iwis, South Oil Ctty.ru.; Jio. 0. Allen, (floverevllle, N. Y.; I). W. Camptiell awl J. 1. Argeinnr, Johnstown, N. Y.; II. P. Umnger, Jackson, Mich., Jas. J. l'elerson, Huntington, W. Va, HMardU-ll. A. Earle and W. A. Crocker, Jr., New York; Kdwant r Wit tell, Charleston, S. C; tleorge K. Kote, Iltt.bnrg; Kiett O. Miller, Trenton. N. J. y,'fm,f Vtm. Uun, toward Hlmrwoo.1, rtillidelpMii; James R. Uavlet; F. W. llouelitim. New York; J. W. Wooilbrldice. Hartford, Cone.; K. A. Meyer and A. 8. Klues, Chlcsgo. Shtrrhani Knock Kusley, Mrs. K Kn ley, and .MIm llsttle Kusley, MMitpbis, Temi.i It. M. J-oitibsnl, Portland, Ore. Jrlifotoi-Pembroke Jones, Wilming ton, N. 0.; Charls Skinner, Nw York; A. II. Atklus and M. J. IHdy, HrixAlyu; Vr uanilo Crs, RuetemaU; K. I). Ca))ron, SprlBglleld, Mass.; John Lowell, Jr.. rto ton; K. A. Armstrong and T. Itayley-Worlb-luston- l.outltHi, Koglmiil; Cbarles U Klt bugh, ntlsburg; Jsnie Jordan, HrooKlyn. A'vrweMdic W. J. Curtis, New York. Mr. Charles C. Ilarrlon, rhlUdelpkta; 8. Usrlington, West Chester, I'a. U(tt-a. D. HoiT, Clarksburg, W. Va.; J. U. Vau Hook, Philadelphia; (J. d'Aulire wout, jr., Duluth, Minn.; J. A. Iluebee, C. S. A.; A. B. Atwater aad wife, i)elfoit; Hon. Hrastus Wluan, New York, Jlottl JohniotVltk Marsh and wlf. Dajtowa, Via.; 8. N. KIree, Toledo; U I). HeedeMon, Purtlaud, Ore.; Charles A. Collins, Hutchlnsou, Kan. GedfrtftY. L. SblrHtnd, ltalUmore; W. Km too, Nebraska; J. J. llogau, Albany, N. Y.j IWwsrtl Khlue, Nw York. PERSONAL, lloulanger's mother was an English woman. Mf. Cleveland had not been In the Saranac Iutke regions three daya before be killed a deer. Captain K. D. Andrews of Toronto baa rescued during hU lifetime alxty slac people from drowning. Edna Lyall, the KaglUk authoreas. U a idaiB-looklng young woman of !, who spends much of her income ia charity. Her real name ia Ada I'll lea Bay ley. The late Commander MeMlekaa of tbe Cunard lket, a dUclpllnariaa that held bis crew's reepeet, oece said- "Get a crew 'a coemlence aad the winds way howl" Tbe book descriptive of their three years'' leaidtnee la Iadie, which the duke and duchess of Coanaught are at fireteat eaeaged upon, ia to be pub iahed iu Gerouui as well ae English. Tbe ehureh In Itoetoa la which K 1 watd Everett Hale entered upon his Ant patorate, aad la which Bishop Hue lingtoa besran his career as a preacher ia that city, is about to be demoltthed. David Fuller, oae of the clerk la tbe office of the United Stales Coaetsl Geaeral ia Paria. a mulatto, has bee connected with the office for more tkaa thirty yeare, aad it aatd to be a painter of coaaiderable talent Miat Mildred aad Miat Mary Lee, the daughters of the great Coafedera'e leader, are tall aad stately women of tonne aadtag thjure- 'fhey ae setetved ia their lueaaer aad proud alatoat to bimhtlnan lib biographera now ascribe the re markable vitality of De. Oliver Wendell licensee to kU regular habits. The roouehe occupies are equipped with hMonMwe. theiaunuetera, aad varioaia other utnetera, to preveat his ieeurriag tbe slignttef risk of takiaje cold. The Crown Ptiacew of Sweden, to whom will altintatelv deeoead the iat iftyaf. fortune waiiA her aaother, the Grand Dstchee of Baden, teceiwed feoan bier pervais. the lata Fesptiror WiBiasn anal ntpaent a nguati. ia ia vety eVatt cate lanaihhand hat been ofneand wanns the winter in Egypt. TH1 W-MatlJD D8& Yajfcnt dJJawnW 4WsnWi tkbtt ajManlnlfr eftfM VAMaeyamCn e hda or weJUag atuag tSIa- yindnWwith uieWtaejuwthejr The penjta whWb eejannt 'r t$H t -. fevace law ana, who, on Thai ifeiaM Itndia th" aUa aha w ww wv yw wwp mmm Pi Wav C04VafJfth,' V, AJUaf nCaVM tf tM idateUeeifinC. UBlOMnll - - - BHf "ww 'iisiaiMs wnjpvn m A Mf ajav wear aboae aa kh as htoeaa. tut auen ee will never dioUui ceck, Aa tviUtf US tbe ntlacl-ci 1 j,.u, ian-lWHI Her tuiLi-tM kuJ LiL. ,. D ul fjruc-s son & Carrs OfFTCS OF W. a, PittSrJll m SCCf fSKdW fH Jht f MatlS, we have teen wafctng fot jwa te return iresn tk e seaebore, end now, tent eew are hnnn again we shall try tohrtt fm a Httte ssnnntfitftg aeent P it Oram Oewte, Oar store has nnrteraene a coranreTn emmge wit Bar Tone absence. The pneat n all drv, tne finerMHrine ot oar neparteents has been ae eowprtshed and onr "irme-sarer," the cash system, has been plaeen in positron. We r readr now to show foe a stook of PMt nl Winter Monrnlne Rm1, iw com ptete ami rtelrahle In every war as ean be fmnd In thH city. Tar the Information of theee of yon who have been away we wfll re Iterate a termer statement, that the Steele of roods wt teh we pnreheeed of R. (. Part has been eloeen ont and the goods that we are talktne abont to day are m w and seasonable and the price at which we propose setting teem wilt he a Snrmie to many ef yew. ltrrtof all, let's look over onr Moernlne repartment. Here are a few of onr fttl and V Inter arrival: 49-Inch Mohair at !Wd. tf-lneh Bemraltne Mohair at TV yard. rt-hwh Sicilian at ?Se M-lneh Brllllaatlne at ft yard. tr-lneh Camel's Hair I0e. U-lrtoh MtxHta pol at !Sc yani. it Inch Double faee Rnlnete at si per yard. 4 Inch St. Arnrare at St per yard, Inch Brocade HemletU at 31.38 per yard BC-lncli tjtiiles' Cloth nt !We,78e, St tr yard 4Vlnh Wool Henrietta at Tie, srie, St per yanl. -i Camel's Hair at It, Jl.SS, SI JO. -INtin'sClotbat$l,Sl M. XIIK Warp Nnn's Vetllne at tl.,Sl.W. I!.T. S. JS.90. Japanese Crape at J 1.7.1: extra bargain. Japaneaml tmlla Sllkiat $t, Sl.se, Sf.W. Armtlro Mlki at St, SI 35, SI 81. St. Fiirah Silks at nil priced. S4 Ineh IlemctltelHxlthirah at Sl.t. 0I1AY AND nr.CK tlflODS FOR LIBIIT MOUHNIMi. N Ineh Cheek. I'lakl and Stripe 1 (toed, We; superb quality. 4Mneh !trls OmkIi. Wisimperb qaallty. 4f-lneh rlaht aouds.Tte. Ineh Mripe (loo's, tte. -iH-inchrialdaoods.SI. M laeh t-tilped Mirah. Sl.tS. Klooh Silk and Wool riafcis, Jl.. a-IOrayNaa'saoth.St. W piece Kreneh Plaanl, o .per yard, LINBN DBPAltTMHNT. S piece se-inch Table I.lrwn, while at . piece W Inch Cream Table Llnea nt Wie. te Heeea m laeh WhlteTable MaenHtTRe. lnpleoetTS-lech White Table Linen t M. It pteoe W lath White Table Linen at !14 A 1 x to the flnent lmpnrltl In the SI and S .15 we hare Kapalwlo match hi I and f. Tnrkey Red and Cardinal DanuMkla all tbe latest .lUn, SO, M.TV arte and SI. ttfu pime l'UW, ntripe ami Plata Crashes. J. 1S. 14.1H. oit c. .'Odoien Double-lfsflMtltel eil ami PriiHie I'ordsretl Damaak Towel, ate 14 laeh, at c. Wdoeen aorted bordars at SSo. to dosen Plain lluck Hemstitched Towels, laundered raady for two, sse a piece. MiIokw Plain White Haok Towels, attts Inoli, Ke. LINIMa DnTARTMJtNT. 10 plei of btiipwt and Hroc.l 9aun Urloc. ite per yanl, ami we ventare to ay tlMttfceyeaxcnt be IxMifclit forlw tbanM or a&a eltewbera aapteceerBcy Linloc, dtmblefaee. These fioeds Ineluile all tbe latest styles. SO phwe pUla mierla rrom li to 8o. iMjr Wlk-hewl Satin ami Surah Llnloae are worthy of yoer attention. Tlwy laelade Fancy, Kltipaa aad Checks. Also Mask aad white frvu 50 to Kie. klik ttirak at Tie; a great bargain. Pre makra will do well to eaawlaetbeMaoodaearefnllv. They are not obtainable everywhere at these prices. A KW DRPAttTMBNT Jut opened for children. You will And thit near the mala wu ranee. A flee liae of Wbb4 Husiery, all slses, Ifta; heavier ribbed, use, all IM. A specialty la heavy note fur boys (row Wo up. A flai line of Caaiuaere Uo f hmb see up. Infants' i aad I Umit, (row e up. CtdklresVi Fine Ribbed LUW. stalaless bjaek, all sts, see up. LadhM' lltwe. the bast black cotton boae la t)u mrkst, ase; a pretty Oreetea Ribbed, Se; anovattytrip.bl(iek boot ribbed, ate; La dle real 'Maou" Dye, plate aad gssosd. Ke; Aeeo Dye Mtbbad Lisle, te; Paaey Ribbed Biaek Boot, Sfc; Ulaek Qnhmere 1 ail aiaes aadprieee. raau, Yt aad Drawers, Metiao, In heavy aad tight wetebttfor etdldree, aeariet aad white, price from ite up. LadhM' Plata Mwteo, ia scarlet aad white. Pants aad Vesta, aae tlwtUad Wbbd. Ugk aad low seek, baad erocket ade, , St aad Sl.. IAD1B6' AHV CHILDKKK'S GLOVS. Ton a-Hade Cattuaere ia Uak, brown aad Uue, r. . see, Jeney Gloves, ate; alt eote; lataLU', CUldrea'a aad Boy s'Mitts, all price float afo ap; HoyV Kid tlitlea. Tie. Fur onr ewu trade Apbatyta Ladies Rtaek fcttk 1 UU as. taad aude. tl.U. SI a. Sue, SI.JS. At anlbe Uae ef KJd Uke 1st Vtaaer, al ie- nhades. l, 1 73; Marrtts at St; all the i ew shades, 4 batiujw.at gl aad ttJaH a very l vtt Hhvek Kid at SI W aad tl.7 Maatftaa nioM, drtsaed and aadreatad, all ahijiw. I.jicy aad ktiu-ked haek. SI toll 71. TRUtkUtiue. Slack Uk belleaa with CtmnUte, boat i inch le 4 taM-he. aa.ia.ei.tkeaeiwdUftaf nrd;ias;nuk Vaad Ve. taow i lanhwas lya..H.Se.l5e.Sl.lJSt, Si. ftun. .. MJ, S4.M aad S serraMiKateow im Una, Paaaenwahirie ia Vaanyke aad taaaVitng. St toHJe per yard. Leaf dwtbia ia eivet, swhtelaVssnl la two shades sUA-brown, Uae, seen, aettetrope. gray li inrhe wine. tse. per yeed. K" dealeBS In Velvet, eesaeoidaced to t we shade kUk, blue, beowa, army, sa as par yaasJ: I iachea wide, aeabtoidered lMaeaaeasnste ta brown and gttt, sseea aad sjha. Maw and stiver, Mack, gray aad aliter. heMuSront and sliver, l ineh wieVs, Sl par yat Jet and alls Pssaemeatsrls II aad a lauhea wMs, Seu, and U as per ea. yjfg riieallU and Wit Ualioon, tsssn 1 inch to Inches see aadtt. Mack kalk aad tttU "-t iaoas l to nwaea, na!., tec and aae. faftde-ent lewet Faaseeteaaesta, haisa t te t inohe widju Ae to a. lMg atlk vnaeseaaeaesta gitfjfn. SaK ht and Sn per pair- hnsjlwit Mrf Witr "fMaHffeti Saandts-a. Mwwasaertaseasof Haokeatk Pt!u4M,foas n- to a wr nsd. Hant inii riliri kilk Shea ifaakatasn.lae,. inWn PV"t pgt nnW rWP v'iP tw w'- UiMuk OBtiick nkShae fAdaaasnc. HM aad aaap wt" panw ar'lHaw'ns yww w,,i m InV IMnV anftawK MH JIM 9wKf WBtHK JaPppfcnlA'WW P le i. A. PIERCE 4 CO, i9 lldnet Imt H'J I'DlCATlONAt,. TI1H COLUMItlAM UWIVBRSITT. aMK C01,TJMMAX rSTVBlWtTT LAW scnwT,. PACT 1 TY fAsewotate Jwsitceof the t 8 Supreme CTWttfr rrefesfiar cf ConstttaMnnat.Tarlw Me',eam of Pnblte and Private rntwTMjftonal Law. The Bon WAT.TBR S COX.tL.B., (Anwwtais .tosftce of fnpreme ronrt, BH- trictof Colombia), Profesioi ot the Uw of Real and Personal Property, of contracts ana ot crimes and Misdemeanors. Tbe Hon WILLIAM A MACJtTjl LL.D.j tAssoemte Attorney tteneral of the Cnttea States). . Ptoteaiorof o,nH .ttiriepredeTiee.otCeW' reon Law and Jtqnttyrteadtnr and of the Law of Kvldenoe. . The Hon. ATJOt-STl-8 9. WORTHttetlTOX. LI,. P . (Formerly V. 8. Dtetrlct Attorney. Wrtrlctof ColnmMa), Lecturer on Criminal PleadlPa and rraetlce Lectater on Prpetlcal Conunerct 1 Law. HBSBT B. DAVIB.A.M, LL M.. tPormerly Assitant Attorney of District of Atsoelate rrofeswr of Practlee,4nila of Moot Covrt and Lecturer on the History of Law PonntTT v POX. L. I, D . TrOTwrer. The orenlne erercleof the Iw school will take plac in the Law Leetnre Hall of the Inlverstty s ejCorncr isth and II streets northwest, on WiPTtfMDAT, oetober 1, at a o'clock p m , when aMree tn expWea lion of the conree of lectnrw will be made by the Prof ewr. and when other annoanee n ents will be made for the enrrent eeholastto The Leetnre Coorw of Mr. Jnstlee HAH LAM on theContltnthal Jnrieprwleneeof the t'ntted States will be enlarted ami will be r npplementeit by a new ennree on Pnhlto and PrWaie Intrrnathmal Law. Hhi lectures will be delirered weekly throneh the entire Mh)lBtlc year The other Profeneor wilt annonnee the ex tench nelven to their tereral conrees. The Law library, which has received large additions, Is open dally irmmlays ex cepted) for stnrtr and reference. rmetetles for leant deha'e and atnoelate study exist In connection with tne school The lieat'trar ami librarian will be dally In attendance In the Law Library from 9 a. . till ft o'clock p. m.. to enroll students and answer Inquiries. Cntalocnee, sKlns detailed Information, can bo obtained at the look stores of w. II. Morrlfon, 1SH F st n w. ami of Iwdermllk A CO.. lnVI Ftn w, at the office of IheTreas nrer, UST la are, or on application made to renew. JA.MB8C. WBLLtNt,rreaMent. riHlR COHConAN SCIKNTIFICSCltOOLOli' JL the Columbian t'nlrernlty This schoot will open at 0 o'clock p. m OCTOIIKIt 1, with the following course of Instruction, vis: All departments of Knellh, Matlie mattes. Clvlf Knalnerrlnir, Chetnlstry. Asay ln. rlivslcs, Jllneraloay, Frenoh. (lerman, Meclmnlcal and oilier branches of drawing, with lecture conrrca on Astronomy, Anthro lioloer, Zoology. Ilotany. etc. All olasses meet In the evenlnir. and are open to both rexes. For further Information apply to the Dean. Irofeor K. T. FUISTOK. LU D. selB lm. . ST. CECELIA'S ACADBMT FOR YOUNO LADIBS AND ClIII.DltKN Feopens MONDAY. SEPT. 8. Miitlo and Paintlne Pecetre Speelil tol.Hm Attention. 1?MBNKON IN8TITUTK, U 914 lllh St., bet, land RtU. bolect clarstcal aad mathematical m1hx1 tor yountrrnen and boys. Poglun its thirty-ninth year MONDAY, SKlTEMtlF.U . Prepares ror Harvard, Yale, Princeton, John Hopkins, Lehlch, and other colleee and universities; for the relent Iflo schools. United Mate Mili tary and Naval academies, and for huslneo. Hpeelal department for lsya Iietween 8 ami II year of are. A full course In medern Ian freaee. For iarticnlar aldre CHA8. U. YOONO, aeatCJm I'rlciolpal. N J 0RW00D IN8TITUTK eopena8HITBMHBK . with ineraaeed ntealty and many Improvements. MR. and MRS. WM. D. (JAHRLL, antt,tf Prtiielpa rillARLOTTE HALL SCHOOL. mi-lS9 Hitaatien nnaarpasted for health. Bngllefe, Clawkel, MatbsMatleal, Oammsretal aad Military Court. Heard aBdtNliee,Sin for ten months. Far partleelar addres R. W. HILVB8TER, Charlotte Hall, St. Mary's t'eeaty, Md. al(,ai s T.JOHN'n-COLLHOK, ,11 J. Wist tstelon eetaanHwes leTII BBITJBM BEK. Wattt PestariBMMs aad tear soar bf study, DeUjdleas heated by steaat. Tarsas medMate. For eatalegee addres tbe preal daat, THOMAS FELL, LL.D., Ph. D. TDIHHCE CHMhTUN COLLBOE, COLLBQK CITY, CAUfORMIA. A Hrot-eiaM Sebeel ter Ladies aad daU- BMS. Abie FaSMlty, ToMaft Town, Ham n at ncaate, Rakhy Loaattea, HeaMaahie 'wbu, teveral Ceawa aad Dagrsa. CI Tersu, Addrse J. C. KEITH, PreaUeat. 1 0HJW HOPEINel UXI VER6ITY, B.VUPIUQRR. Asaisatpuali tar the Neet Aaailntnte Yaar ARE NOW READY. Aad -wm We Seat aa Aantssntsna, -7RiM0fT AQABeWY, OMK OF THE RRbW nt RW siaittatCw iTirr reftair tr Kew A in-sht lat aU yaaanarr AflAJtaWY, naaaena Hear, vt. QYNMtB VWM OOUJMUI BOlt YtatftH Ulhlgni. tittiaL flhtn au qaui nd nsMeesbSit aahoot, wah ifijab vs Alasa Htntnr RJW.JfAYMW-AJWWttt, V riHTTaiT irtMarr a ?s!'g'i Tfwawl e Um id Mmi aMkad atfnanato kaV aVV nanatnfnii at adnaana 4MPMPV. . . ziuuiganjiisiinaaL U Jam etaannVntkn CBtalMtoftpi Mntel SBnWlteaf WflHaw JM AaUaV ftWsJew tMMBfcafnW UKl nWCi 0nttKajteiJnw- Bjvjtdaag and fnanicece new. So ucowdlae APtilkaiHt ouiat be over it. Addnta MM Aartti. If uU-llAM. i.aUiOuil M . smTfcj ka int JStHJOATIONAt.. LANGUAGES. THEBERLLTZSCHOwlLBf LANGUAGES Ttott (WM Host iTtWttcAl TmtnMtton. TBRSW, $. Branchejiiajjew York, Boston, Phftadel pMa, CMenajn. Pwra, Befrrn, tKMon, etc. f7,lm GestpieWii URheisltf-Scbl ef Law PAGULTY, RTJ. HAYBirS RICHARDS, 8. .1.. chaMwMMd.. . msja of ifts Faenltt. MO!ulI4'IA 4 RlCHARnSON. LL. D., (Chtef Justice tr. . Contt ot claims) Lecturer on natatory and Ailmlnstrsttre Law and Legal Maxims MARTIN F. XORRIS. LL I), Leetnrer on CeMtRntlonat and Interns- Hoimt Law, Adrelratly snd comparative Jnrlspradencc .. .. HON. JERRMtAR X. WIION, LL D.. Lecturer on tbe Law of Real Bstate and the Law of Evidence. HON. ANDREW C flBADLHY (.TnstteeSnpreme court, Dhtrlt of Colum bia ). I eeturer on Common Law. Plewd Imt and Equity Jurisprudence. J09RTH .1. DARLINGTON, LL. D., Lecturer on tbe Law of Personal Property, Lecturer on the Lawot Partnership, Oorpora- troBS, Pi aellce and Testamentary Law n. iinwi PRHRV. a. m . Lecturer on Crinrimil Law, Domestic Rela tions and Torts, MOOT COfrtT Circuit Court: rrof Genree K Hamilton. Court of Appeals: Profs. Martin F. Morris, Andrew V. Drndley and It. Itoss Perry. Introductory lecture and aanonBoetnents for the ensnlnr term at the Law Ilulldlne. corner th and F ts. n w..on WHDNK8DAY, OCT. 1, at o-JD p. m. 'All mterestel are cor dlally InTlteil to atteml. The library, now comprMnR the Bncllsh and leslln American reports and the latest text books upon most tetral subjects. Is located In the LawDulld Inp, with coranMXllous resiling rooms at tBctieil.BEil will be open from 8 a m. to 10 p. m. dally, ttimlnys excepted, to students and alumni of the school. Tho recrctnry can be seen at the Taw rUillrtltxr on Tnesdays, Timrrdays and Satur days, from 7:30 to 80 p, m., for Information, enrollment, eto. Clrmdars slvlne course of study, terms, oto., can bo obtained at book stores of W. II. Morrison. 111 F st.n.w., and Lrwrlermllk Co., 1 11 F tt. n. w , and at W. S. Thompson's drug store, TW l&thst, n. w., or on application, personally or by let ter, to the undersigned. 8. M. YKATMAN, ioplO-lm Secretary and Treasurer. ACADEMY OF THK HOLY CltOSS. 1318 Mass. Ave., Affords every facility for Rcn,nlrlng a thor ough education In literature, mnslo and art. Tho Instruments taught nro piano, harp, vio lin, guitar, mandolin and banjo. Language, general voeal, drawing and fancy work free. tcl,ly "VT ATIONAL MEDICAL COLLEOK-MEDt-JL onl and Dental Denartmetts of the Columbian Unlrerslty. The sixty-ninth an nual con mo of medical lectures ami fourth dental oourse will becln on Wednesday, October 1st, at 8 p. m.. In tbe Colleee Dulld Ine, 13 u at n w. Introdnctory mwllcal lee ture by ProftsKr William Ie.M. II. Dental Introilnetorv by Professor Mark M. Ftnley, 1). I). S The autumn examination will lie bold on Thursday. October M, at " p m. For circulars ot both department apply to Dr. A. P. A. King. Dean, TSO Thirteenth st n w. Office hours 9 to 10 a. m. and 4 to Sp m Telephone SM. ep,-lm. SPBNCEIIIAN Ill'SIVBSSCOLLROE Cor. "Hi ami D t n. w.. Embrace Six So1mhIs. vix: School of Praetleat Datiueu and Account School of Preparatory Practical Baailsh. School of Sbortban.1 and Typewriting. School of Npsneerlan Practical Penmanihlp. School of Meehanleal and Architectural Untwine. School of civil Service Training. Day and Night sloa. llltxtrated CatA loeueafree. ii u. wi.-uBK. r.uii., rrtaeipai, .Mils. aa a. srcMunu. viee-ri rlaeipal. sol.tt T INDKN SEMINARY. Lltltz, Pa. A school for young girl aadyewwr htdhM, at Lltltz, Lancaster County, Pa. 9Tth year. A seta, comfortable taboo! home; thorough methods; careful orerUht of tbe ladlridaal pupil; advanced oaaro of stndy; very plea ant looatloo; steam heated. Sets per year, TfANDRRDILT DNIVBRSITY, Nashville, Teaa, Tea FeUeweMae, tM eeb, wtth free tl ties, open te graduate wlebtag to peraee higher eewee. Addreee W1LS WILUAMS. Seeretary, -vcrLsmaofiati AND LEE HNlYHnSITY, Lexlogtae, Va. Per eataleeee niltlreas a. w, a lee, PreeWeet. OEVFLBY SCHOOL FOR BOYS, PI itwMBpaBent earVia njnv ejnH asW( New Yeek CMy. Hsaai at above aiiirow OOTORRR 1, Haa, WUttaat Aoaaa. A. V. (HoewMdt, Pria- atnal, AddMM aatll Ssptsmbsr Rex Ma, Iter Hesiraway, L. I. vr BATES' INtrTrTOTE, Laaeaster, Fa. The Rev. 2MOTGQMBRY R. HOOJm, M. A., Head liaater. Four hoy rsaatviil a maaskew of the head aaatar UmMj. At laratent lawse w two vnaiiastit. Mr. Hnomir boa seat bof to HMTiwd.Yaie, I'lisinnlnn, Cehuahts, TflMnh, Aajherst, Trintty, West Feaat. AaaanoM. Ae-, aad has aot had a enav eateter 3r MAlKlUSiieBiOOi,KrKaUi. IflhkAul Untta FMnWaVnstM sWnt tsavetant aeaaa. Tneahtethjrwtejah nawesft4nan eaVaWttlnw enM tenttaVfenVsHt IbM 9W faaWaMl Int mM Mnttnttt 4Al4snttkti Ssf MIM AnntHsf aWnflnV' J-i bbB nantuubtunhnhnn AasnjAsun W annnsrV IWtttTn JUt ttjalw 9m lmltmTmmmB 9 MnWaentfnMMa mWwf AllVeka R yitnf..T,Taiar MtAKAanrV efiWalf, asw"nfl'nnr,.a-.J. SnssBBBsninl Jnnt BOnH asssfatl YnnWnf n4MnV nV late BRasst 1 .- -.!-. or m tn' aB9nhBhkBev liipsnlnlnsaneii no mil ii I I'ML JglSWS1BiWWPSW -AAIULBS 1J"flfxew"'"s'fxn' 4TfMASm Haurar. M. H. iJutuoB Ute , ccsidvut ur i lv ip l. H uLij'jLSa. S1 nsU(MatonW Mtf wWHintaMiMaW A VlJl'ImVWBmGOl 9iiNSan)ttr kmlWm" Ni nWSJWppanpW' mmfmmtm9 WmwNmmmmt0h ePaHnip tMUhtl WtfJt, IlatfinnW Qt IM MaVaMnt waff teawV iwsawhnaii AMWSKMT5STS. rORAT. TtTBATRE taVf IIATrONAL THRATRE Every evening, Wed an-lSat Ma's Beninnmr sonpay skit . MARKS' NEW INTERNATIONALS. The Largest. Strongest nnd P." sp0 'a Company In the World. mbr SB-nn WOLF HOPPER O' Kit FFE COMPANY ' ' A LRAtJOH'S GRAND orKR IKU'SE Eve fttnomTRT"-'1'-1' New Tor and Boston's Great sn n-s THE SEA KING, From Pltner'g Theatre, Now Yak Presented hy tlio William J. GUmore With a Great Star Casf,RrhCotnmes. Ele gant Scenery, Increased churns and Augmented Orchestra Ulrctted by the Composer Next Week-SQL SMITH ntSTXT ' f HARRIS nMOlTTUEATRE-nnB We k, CtHBmettOlng MONDAI.SEPT. .V. Grand Spectacnlar Production OPTMK SENSATIONAL NAVAL DHAM A PERILOUS VOYAGE, By HARRY MBRKDITH. A Superb Cast Blsisnt NewSi cnciy. Snrprhlng Mechsnb-al Effects. Next week-MfLTON NOULKd. 8i't NfiW WASHINGTON THBATRB.HTHST. THIS WEEK-Ladles' Matlneo ThursJay. LESTKH TICKED AND VAtDEVlLLB ALLIJIM'S STARS. Annie Hart. Daly and Deverc, The Hlghlcy, Professor Seetuae. Mmo. Albertlna, Aitclph, Mile. Mario, Elpo. the Great Hilton and M.STIUl mill ai,m:., MONS. TARISI N ARNOLD DALLKT KIHAM'V'S TltOCPE. MLLE.JOSKPH!NKDKH0S.,.7EAnNETTA, , Kdllti Pearl, leontlne tie Fin re. Lonle A. Jnne Ethel Kverly, Henrietta Leo and Fl range Even stein. S-cl Next Week-OUS HILL'S Wo-Id of Nove'.tlc. GLOUKTHKATItB. MONDAY, SKPT, i.'2 An unequaled Specialty congress i f vauje Start Matleees Monday, Weil neiJay, Thursday a-J ... .. Friday Admission, It, 30, 80 and ' soli If qitiK HEOLIKN. Is the Gr-at of All Musical Instrum.nti Deeaute It performs any ramie irora a waits or a ballad to an 4 overtareor asymphi'ny more beautifully ami more neirly IHtrfect than any othor singlo Instrument. 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