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THE DAILY CJUTIC, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2o, 1890.
!rm; DATLY Ckitic "3 "nln imvmtm DtuRjf Vtper luh- tetfatttt WatMngton T rVttJ. tTftlTltJ COttfAST. 9J3 B ,Tail't IOR1PHVsl, WABBHWHrR crrr. n r. TMMt of suMcniprwJi. Itw m raestata PTtk l year "1 month. . . Ca- rhtiweft. laotrth "mm rmncuvttc ee0Btfeet, WaSMiurton, D. c. "" WAiBtw. fl. c, 9rt. y. iwo. IIMf KTJtB Of OOVEtlNMKtfT. 51 1 ' -fttrtiu C Wootinrr,!., who in it ', Engiaftrl, has formnlaterl I b - i . 1 1 . uterarnent which he itenom- .i,e humanitarian m roatradrs ' . . i tJ fmm Um mouarehlcet, ad tnrt' . "nrf rjejnoerattc form. The irnr' thta yoTWPnwM, Mr. Wrr. i i i i says, would ha to promote the ' T.ystcal, couseriTreutly the rayehlcal, well be!6f of It subjects. Jnt how or where or when this got i - t meat it to be Inaogurarerl Mrs, v . TttVLt. does not Mr. But when It ' ip tnd Is good working order. It 5 Ho rim on the following principle: It healthy people are to marry and U ior. In the laws ot health are to be rh rn free by the medical officials of the r lernrnent. The newspapers in repotting crimen are to frame the accounts In language that will convey a moral leaaon ltwtead of demoralising the mlmlsof the rentiers. Titles are to he given as life endow mcnts to persona able to prove freedom from crime, Insanity, drunkenness or dleae for three generations bach. Legislators are to It versed in pay. cl 'logy and pathology, and the criminal i. ut's presided over by a coitaetl of tiUntlstr, who will Investigate the phys II al and mental condition of criminal and ptescrtbe treatment proper to the cases. The Cabinet Is to be composed ot rliilowphers representing every branch of clence, and their duty Is to look after the Internal welfare of the people; sic to the sanitary conditions ot fao t' rim. mills, stores, etc., and ot the dwellings of the poor; provide lodging l.orses for poor women, and see that all working people have employment, ! a re-a library buildings are to b t t did In which the mae are to be l i fl t by a sjstrm of oral education, 1 1 .1 f. male philosophers are to teach v i. inn their rt paIMlMy as m tbers. 1 ; . -i building are tr. ink the place "i police stations, and for each there i I t a start of trained professors In ' i' ' I y. we chaalea and nursing, who I I to elve Instruction to the public. Tims Mrs. Woodmili., and thus oulcl she run things if she had the making of governments. Her system 1 ar a family relationship to the litJL I wv Idea awl Is a HUle more crack' trained. There la no Immediate danger ot its being put Into practice in Kwrope t r America. IT IS MH. JUKT'S EYE. The Ml. Pleasant people, Instigated t unwonted activity in their own In terest by that very vigorous gentleman nod extremely enterprising citiaen, Mr. i ipsqomm, continue to insist that the Washington and Georgetown ltallroad Company is a wicked corporation pre sided over by a perverse gentleman who has no doubt that Washington City is his oyster. Indeed, judging from an Interview with Mr. LirscoMu, published in Tire C itrm this evening. Mt. Pleasant i a Unit of bee-hive which has been ilk tutu! and made angry by President Ik jit. But that gestkmtn ot the smooth and smiling face and oily lingua know that the ML 11waat Uee are not dangerous; that they are Luziers awl not stingers, that, when he tela ready in bis own good time, he can ting hie bell and settle the aagry swarm into their hives again quietly and eaaliy. So Freakteat Jlrtrr fat eataplaeaat. He doeaa't care. lie helfctvea he eaa ir.anage Congress and the District Cosn nlsslonese, and therefore he has ne bjeclioa k a little huettle efferve t nee in Ml Pleasant, lie laugh a 'I t suhsifb Assies and awuhies, and he u' s about bur biuhuws in a eonch stent nmi-ir aotdiaturned in the laaet by n.,i soHcUatfons to be kind, or by i o ttbMt. or by serioMe charge. m1 poee, dear Mr. Limcomm, tWt it a Lctoeioaa (set that the market value f -ne stack of tbU street railroad is -'.'"' per akare, end none for sale at that -.urc seen and aupwiM Usatll U a fki-t, aiae Sietaetons, that the law ss ilree tkns stas-k to he sssiwsud at Its mar kti vetw, and that it is net thus av seskwl. but is aaaeaaed at its per value, -ad U thus aattssed in full knowledge t the fact that under such irniiininmt it &votde the payment of majny thou Mbk ef dothvse wf uvaes, and sepgaee, U.o, thai this cuaapejV is perwiUed to ,i, jfcapj other uu avoidisg acta, what 'fit' Vhsu are you goiag u w ahout :' What ie ajsjHao4y Ung to do afcoatt u The eeanwwy h) strong enough Jo what k ninainiii. and. dear Mr LiMceajs. k wiH bite its thumb at juu and you cun't help youneU. ft locbu't cm If for your Isdignaatoii -r ihe vnlk uf ait Pheaisat Uetutan piu.At kt the heahtf shea it imtm ho Uouaea of t'esigseai. and k pseearwlasiy btreng hi the 8eae. And. Mm, pleans observe that it has had a itoShtwg eat eel a the IMatriet Gottrnujeat has heea ui'etuaaaaa jnaod iMmmiMkomti la uu aad hoaeat U aaaataut smoai j.' doJiag- Why, tkesefoce. reateaw tad pece Jtsiurhhag l4Jcost, do you aafc by -a bat iiurewky Hr. Uvar to aitowed to -it-wafladavktohk teautaof ajuek a; par value of mjm, what the u it iuiree. as the asaatcd Uaalu fu--l bid by the Ataaaaiw'a osaoe atoo eW, bat u dtouid be seturaad at kt atarkat value' iifgJQd.MAV Dear Mr. Litacoata. irutd N. Mi-bts awaaocity fog khfa i u.-is - a conduct ia the luaMaf wf l,- ,-. ..bt Jtdvit, is ia that ga liuJ t. u . ttt eye that whtkt 'Ut tuth wuuderful UU at Asbeaeur . iitiiama jud Custic-wauu. si i 1 lfavvii -t -I .1 lit HT' eye. or you, t, may he fcinatcl nl made complacent. The eye of the Ancient Mnttflwr was no eje at all In comparlsoa with lire eye of HtnT, that wink so slyly and nrcoNi plf'tie so mm h in the Interest of his sfpwlsllte cothfahry. Kmp wrt of Ita rsngc. Mr. T.irwoscn. keep ot of m rangr . and do not, an yon love a row, let Hrwt gt Ml. Ifefttant Into the racttw of Ms coaxing hi entirely tnre siiioi opirc. t tt Mtf nntMtfrt of tr. A5Wt A. trato from the tnlted Stntaa ftWrtet Attotttet'a office, the Oivaf. trarl loses a brilliant servant. A fwaatet or the highest type of forente etoqaafM, poaeeswd of a keenly analy tic ttfoct. of rate literary attainments, a accomplithed linguist, and pro. foundry learned In all the subtleties of lhe law, Mr. Lifntmn Is an honot to hie ptofeMott. Ills fr-cori as prose cuting attorney Is Well known, ami, from time to t!m, he has been the re ripiemnf slowing tributes from both beech and bar. lie was a fearless pwecufor and a terror to criminals, but, withal, many an unfortunate has tood reason to remember htm with feelings of gratitude. In an older coun try than this Mr. I.trsromn would have fifteen or twenty yean yet to run, ami stilt he known as a member of the "jnrdor bar," mil here It Is not an atro cious crime to be a young man, anil so he takt bis place among the leaders of the profession. Sir LirsroMn has now started In to prsctk e on his ow n account, and no doubt will often have occasion to Weak a lance with Uncle 9am, Ills career will be followed with interest. Tmr Nw Yokk Jtantintrt of to-day contains an article on " The Heeent Financial Flurry. " The situation Is summed up "from the hardware sttad point" In a rosy posy mannnr, thin: "The legitimate business of the country was never in a healthier condition, the policy which has been adopted by mer chants throughout the country during the past few years, of buying little and often, has resulted In small stocks of merchandise genetally; the minor man ufacturing Interests of the country are active, labor Is generally well employed, producers will realize as much from their small crops as they would have done from large ones, and, while con enrnfrs will hae to pay more for most products, It will only he a fair readjust ment of conditions, for of late years producers have bad rather a hard time of It and consumers a corresiondlngly easy one. Altogether, the business sit uation Is favorable one. u ton which both Hirr rants and bankers may con gratulate thunselvcs, for all are likely to reep a fair reward for tLelr services." Lasostox, thr colored Republlc-to for whom Speaker Kitten stole a eat In ( opgrw on Thursday lat. made a re joicing and prophetic speech last night to a lot of ltepuhllcan roustabouts from everywhere. He lauded Hkbii and gt cheers for him, and declared that Vir ginia could le carried for Hkku's party by a large majority, and that a cyclonic He publican victory or something of the kind would roll through nearly all the Congressional districts of the Old Do minion. He made no reference to Mi monk, who will hae a word or two to aay to this upstart negro who dares to as iume the right of a political leader In the IJoea' province Mahonk will turn, like every other white llepublioaa worm, when he ia tramped upon by a presumptions negro. Xo DteTHKT max need apply. The Civil Serrke CommUaioR aires this warning, ami ith good reason. The District has been industrious at the work of obtaining offices, awl ha over run its iuota. If it received no ap pointment of any kind for twenty-five or thirty years It would have even then more appointees than It is entitled to have under the law whleh requires appoint ments to the Departmental service to be apportioaed aawiag the several States awl Territories and the DUtriet of Columbia upon the baak of population. Ihit the DHtrtet will continue to receive appointments to tie eiaaairled service, for the reason that it alone eau supply the nualihcalicBC required fa not a few of the positloM that are filled under the Ci 11 Serviae law. Mas. M. &. Lockwoou. author of "Historic Howes of Washington," and of other books, seieatiBe and historie, awt Yiee-prceideat of the Woaua's Ka tonal Pre Aaaoeiaitoe. by the courtesy of General Palmbk, has been complimented by aa sppnialmaat as (Viaiiniiifter at Large of the Work' Pair. Mrs. LorawotMi hi a wocaaa of biaics aad gead heart, poaaeaaad of a-utb eseeuthre ability, aad will du el at ge the duties of the petition to whleh the has bam called aaiy aad eaergertealiy. A better teleetlua eould au have been made. aVaUSaai Maw has taken tae coa tract to cany the aaat liouae for the HeeubMcaaa aad to aaavant akatjif to the Speakership. Vm has eoacluded to tscct himself Into a Coagrieatoail dis trict returniag boaid. aad to direct the Clerk of the House to put oa the roli the aasae of ao pesaoa uatil ha has pasted upoa the returas of thai eiaetlaa. He to the House of Weareaealarives, aad has the isgat under the C .astrturtoe to skdda uaoa the siecttoa aad ijuaUnc tloas of hi mcaibers. Why aotr T-aaae4 is 9m (At xmutMoh Mki teds aw hoeaker Baad to a gteat aaaa, aecauae he hat ausda ataay rnvam ui eaesawii. wm vm mmm saa ias aay tavftiai would he gcaat aaas- hBiXU 0 TrilAUTUaiM SUB O, jebtaea sod' galdea sod' ffioe ut the Aetuaiaaa; ttaW aaf a1JsM9f tapVV blkahMBi kM BkUV Ait tkem oaa ae onf ssajanva1 aass aaai :psr sassspw 14 trkoU g at kj Aavaam ia. kiai aamaT auJaJL Uat aUJnnt eanaaal aaaaant fWahal bnnnV anQIHana aaahnnhBaV " saaaw," srssp araa tafaar safHsaar gamavanvs$; Ut aanaaBHaaaaV taaaatanaaMannm. aslant ! aanaaaV &aanU aei iL,"TPp?mm,1mF "naaFaaBaaJi sasgaai aaaaa vaaanp ehVPsjhrt M ainaannnnmagt lanall JllanlTmi trgaaa j? P aesr ssaastaa waBanp AMM WMH CaWaWaatlS IOisnal Ml OMH MttHL ftux w tea m iMtali to IMk anaansa1lClanl Una an. m sal s Las hen jj latgajaa jpnK.pi w w""'"sa,msaf wJf ' faaavaaavaj ate turn sky trtsge to euraUaat got 8j love' tt aJ ban,y. AbJ tbee, Wtutti lHa i-lAh S j.trlil'jd ' JUic, Aud Ue Sutec tl.au tuii lli.i. I ul 'IS. uiUJi Ul. hu'.-i 1.aT.j l.L j J B. u ',Lt A .L-.U1. - . hi:.,. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Strings, rk., C. A Lotmr nn srtfe. MrntiVniery, Ats ; r. M. pTOokM! sna 1fiS AshevltV X v.: Wversnt WtTe n M A Of li V ,,,"l-i - nrci nil I "in and ttsrmsn .wrvrr. !etms. tt : P. H tsytor, OH City, Ps , Rd. srmtntt, Oscar Surnand Jsme rondfwtm. wPw York: fl. w Rsn. Jtorth t sroima: E J. FmoiI, Pht1elpri1; Iwael Meyer, Montgaasety, At. iXnttnwil .T. 1. Yot. Toteito, .; 3. U tt.v, PrevRtence. it. A. fgan, Clerehmivs J M, i!eev. Frsuklth, T ; . M. Ctem, thtNigo; A. .!. ntfo, Clncirmatt; Josepb fiwtaft, jrtontresl; Vf. .t. ft Smwson,.. S. StSfEIro and r ran It Irlnh. PhfhMel ahta: i. R." Btomit, jr , Mscrm, Oa.; Sam B. Waters, it , charlotte, Jt C.; W. i, Ito grrt. G. A. Hawkins sod S. tT. Wrtt, JNW totk, fit. ,tm$-K. X. McBrmV smt ft. R. iiBtMe,Athwrte.N.: P. o. Mattrey, K. f. ?psn and B. A. migden, Sew fork: ft. Atigert, Marietta. Onto- tliartes Bn titi; VtrgMa; Rati) i. Bsbls and wife, rhtlarfetfhla. It iWimf r A. Ch. lsvln, Pari. .tot nillilanm, AltMhelty City: R. C. Taylor no r. tv, laymr, worrester, .flstw ; 1 1 mss n. Connor stirt wife, Wsterfortl, .x t ; aeorge s. rsyson, cmcatw; . r. Hrpkti snd J. W. vitt. Mew York. .'" p Mrs. Merrtll sod Mrs. Bernard, Ailrrllle, X. C; John S. tmrand.MeW Totk; Chsrtes W. fgmm, Ssn Antomo. stmrrhnm J. M. Hayes, AnrafrnJ. T.: tlsmes A. w bltney, New York: 4. Vntmot sett wife, Rsbwsy, X. t. W. T. RmvK Mtmlngham, Als. itrfiBofon tfalter L. Clark, Pbttedet- r'hts; R. X. Jsckron, Jerser Cttf: It Higget, MaSssekwretts: John It. Ieds. New Haven; A. P. Fetch, Jfew Tor. ArvnMrt. Rebecrs M. SeoSt and W. O. N. Srott, iVorn.oitrtir Mrs. i. l.etsmt, New Yotk; H. It. Csrpenter, Mrginm; W. II. Ftla geraM. Msrylsml; Charles 0. Harrison, l'Mbntelphta. IMitt Jsnree V. McGregor and 8. A. !mltb, Imiisna; X. F. OMwetl, AtlanU, 0.; R. W. Spring, Jameskiwn, X. Y.; ? W. Tbompeoe snrt A. M. ToiM ami wife, New York. Jtotrl JofmnmWm. Kvane, Theiims vflle, (Is.; N M. ADdertoe, Inell, Mate,; H. J. tilberlln ami T. I). Csmpbell, Ut- verenj oi irjfinm; m, uumsivnie, iew rk. fwfWe'r Cks. R. DorgHnn, I'bllatiel phis; tlias. J. Knonles, UaltlBserm OUR POLICE FORCE. An i:-Jiulefi Ciniiifnd llin I'lelit Acmii't ll IsnnrHtit Jletnliem. A'df'or 6'rrtic 1 am glsd to see there Is one newspaper In Washington with nerve onottgh to handle without gloves the Incompetent ami vicious members of the regular Army and Navy police force of "Washington Such a force I an Infliction rather than a protection to the people, and is also a disgraceful feature or the nation's pretty Capital City. Several flagrant outrages by policemen have come under my notice, which. hd thiy i ifumd In any other city, wouM have rt stilled In swift ami just punish mt at being- inettil out to the rullWnly avgrein 'ta In ibe blue toggery and brass button of the law. Hut here, unfortunately, thero Is n. rrdriM Tske the case of Mcintosh. Had be lcu n private cIiImu the el ws Washington liy cops would have len looking for him from Maine to rioilda. Not so with Mcintosh lie Is unlet ly allowed bv his lieutenant and others to make his disappearance after brutally assaulting a man, even after he had sought protection Inside of the sta tion house. Why was he not arrested thin? No warrant was necessary. Sev eral fiollee officials witnessed the club bing. There Is a screw loose some where. Had a cltleu raised any disorder, much lea committed an tssault inside Ibe my walls of a station house, he would have Iteen promptly locked up. Hut this Is not the tint time audi a thing has occurred and probably will not be the last ualeis Congress ami the District authoiliies take stern steps. Then there 1 the case of Policeman DinnlsLoftus. If there la any justice In the trial board the fact that "his nsme is Denuls" will be eraphaslzeJ. There are many others that could and will be cited In time The perjury committed by many officers, tbe look lng up of people on suspicion who are not at all suspicious, simply to gratify the personal spite ot the policemeu or detectives, ami their arrogance awl threats are flagrant outrages that would not be tolerated even In barbarous Kussia. much lets the Capital ot a great, elvlllzedand free nation. Keep up the good fight, Mr. EJttor, and if necessary tbe eltlseae will or ganiae a committee to take action as they had to do not lone; ago to ouet the detectives. Ax ux Jcdue. Washington, D. C. Sept 31. PERSONAL. Ob hie trip to Grass on Baby MeKee wore a white plaited skirt aad a navy blue Mouse with brass buttea. Youbk Gould has a pretty super siitioa. le wear hie wife's picture ia a locket oa a ehaia, aad beltoves he he will have aa aeeideat should he tote li. The hair of Klag Humbert af Italy baa become snow whita, aad ha has btubfaoiaiy refused to dye it ia accord aace with the ailstoefatle fashion of his ecaalry. Beaator Bpooaer of Wtoeaaeia will make ttutuu paeae slnsaat daily next maeth, asataly ia his owa Bsate, but also ia Minnesota, Texas aad ela whase. Major fjswi Qialer of Hteiuaoad, Va., wUl aooa occupy hto elagaat saaa aloa oa Weat Fraaklia stseat, ia that city. It coaletai ifty mmmsw aad east about Ajstu.uuv. Toati, the assaaaaar. has had aa ea perieace ciaaauT to asaat aasxaaaful artists is haiag beaa wale to sail tor a large sua a eoupae as aasuje la itaUea publbhvrs who had lefused taeaa whaa oafestai for very iitUe, hut who had far gattea the fact Caftala George Maekeaate. the chase iyar. w aytag irom coasuaspstoa u achaaUr, where he naeatiy took oart ia aa toiaraatioaal cheat touraaaaaai. Hit death to said to he aaar at haad. Igaksst the advice of has physktaas he tossrited oa goaag to Fnainarl to gaay In ahe lateraattoad chaas toueaaaaaat at liaacaeeteff, ia whtoa), la snllii of his eafeebsed coadktoa, aa Hsrcumf"! ia wieatag thiad prtaa- Bawuel Cole, who to lytaf seriaaaly ill at hto hoaae tor CaaadeaTV i . was aiaatar-at arms ot the Ueited tatahwahip AlHaw oa her eapaaatloa fur Hag aatf ua of Coiuan.lr lie Lo. Ha to aoey ia tbe eaapioy of the Keaalag Road, At Uatte Oty branch tartoa P. Ltadaey of Sl LouJa, ko to ausr 19 years old. augaa hto earaar aa a roaaaimsal Uavelar at ha ge f W to a MerioVa. Cuaav, faetoew. h to todavved that 1ft Laasaasr's aaabaa aa vvv- mz b" pspsaairspBsasa e riapsaas gav aA HjsLb vuegjkSaaBaT AAgUUaaV gaa asAohM JfimmtJuXmlmMm. 1 Hasy awtah dM Jm I haw- Moat, aoaa olsSarWe m fvr k-as shas aa X riisi AiUim If vuu I jukai (lit. ut abut auoiii tu It ! 1.1 A T.5- i I rtci. iJ.U BAD BOYS CAUSED IT. tiiw um or? -Til inTMtm of thi ssir k?m. Dnttne: Afmtj-st er the MMsfSntn tn riv wieiteTMi it rmr An Um? CntiM to mnfmrm tith offrft www 'iwH wi t) t n. The X ew Totk Wort hastens to make m?wi the fact that IMntrlpat .Iswew Cnsark aad other retwhtrtlft th Wfrrow lyh pnWfc ielrool have hfi mtgfepr. enred. Thef have not pfrmoufifed Longfellow an Immoral poet. Neither do they eharre with ImmotaMtf that beawtifnl poem, "The HnlWing of tm But this doesn't alter the sltnvln, which Is ettremely unpleasant to the teachers ami the good little girts In the graduating class of the gramm schools. The whole blame rests oa lhe bad llttm hoys In the same clnesan. I Is the cnttom at the beginning ot each trim lo furnish the graduating classes with seUrtlona from the writings of standsrd authors for clas rending arrrt critical anilysl The last selection contalncil 'The llultdtng of the Shin" and other poems t y Iongfellow. For a time all went we'll. In the progress of Ihe poem describing the building ol a ship there is the tory of a courtship and marriage. The two themes supfdy the poet with aa Interchange of meta phor c, ami closely following tbe giving of the bride lo the husband comes the g Ivlnc of the ship to the sea. Here Is where Ihe had little boys exerted their prerogative and the dlfllculty beean. The llncfc which gave the bad little boys their opportunity describe the launch ing of the ship, and are these: Ami lol from tbe sasembltd crowd There rose a shout prolonged awl loHd That to tlie ocean seemed to say "Take her, O bridegroom, old iml gray, Tske her to thy protecting arms, With all her youth slid sillier eherms!" How lieaulKnl she l' How fair fhe lies within those arm, that press Her form with many a oft esress Of tenderness and ns'i Uf ul care ! The good little girls read these lines with a full appnclatlonof Uielrbeauty. but when the bad little boys read them they bungled the verse In order to give undue tientflcancc to the figures em ployed. When the little girls weto called urmn to analyze the poem and ixplaln these figures, the boys snlok irul. The beauty of the Idea ami the verse was forgotten and only the mis chievous purpose of the bad little bjys remembered. The result was embarrassing. The ute of the superintendent's selection was compulsory, and a thorough araljnls of the poem was required. The teschers tndeavored to skip lljhtly ovir the troublesome lines, hut the hid little Ix'ys were loo sharp for them. Thiy showed Ihal these lines not oolv contain! d the climax of the poem hut were excelled by no others for benutr of thnuebt and expression. Incorrigi ble little hoja, tys who hail n.evl misiy shunned r etry developed Into fiitpnsall.lv critics. It finally hcceino plain that the hoys were In a conspiracy to krep tlie clss analysing "The Hulld Ing of tbe Ship" for the rest of the term. The teachers went to Superintendent Maxwell and asked him to withdraw The llulldlng of the Ship." The Superintendent who knew nothing about the conspiracy, was amaxed, and the teachers thereupon got before the public In a most unenviable and ridicu lous light in ihe light of declaring Longfellow lo he an Immoral poet. Hut these llrooklyn grammar school boys will have to 1 brought to a reali zation of Die error of their wavs. The priem, "The llulldlng of the Ship." Is one of the landmarks of modern liter ature. When tbe proposition to with draw it from use In the public schools was mentioned lo 11. W. Glider, editor of the "Century MagaIso," together with the reason why, he looked aston ished at first and then took hi pen aad wrote the following, which It will do llrooklyn grammar-school boys no barm to reflect upon: It seems to me that It would be a thou sand pities to strike out from tbe list of pise, bleb are not only read, but studied, la our public schools, one of tbe few really floe sad iiuidrlug hmbw of patriotism which our jouag tattou rherl sites. More over, 1 consider the passage referred to on of tbe aeMest la tbe whole poem, sad 1 iMak that the "moral" of this very pas sace is oae wbleh our young people awed toltave partieuUrly Irapwmed upon them. In order to make ibeai good wea and women that Is, good cHiseu. Xo less a person than President Abra ham Llueoia.wkan tbe life of tbe nation was ikreAteoed, found eoasoiatioa, hope and eaursge ia the Haas with which the poem close: Thou, too, sail on, U Ship of atate' Sail ou, O I atou, Strang aatl great' Humanity with ill Its tears, W lib all the kopes of future years, 1 banging breathless on Usy aMe! Ws kuow wbat master lafcf thy keel, H kst workmea wrought thy libs af steel, W bo uuuie each mast aad salt and roue, H kat anvils rang, what hsianmie beat, la what a tcrge sad what a beat Were shaped 'be ancbon of tbj bop' Fear col, tatii suddeu souud aad shuck Tin ot tbe wsre aadaut the seek, Ti bur the tupping et the seU, Aad But a rent bum) by the gale' lu ptte of lock aatl Umuvet's ruex, In spile of fUt lights uu tbe khore, tsil on, nor fear to brait tbe sea. Aad ibis to ihe poena welch the bad little boy g of Brooklyn graaiiuat aefcoob would have expunge! boas the list of elans studies by mmm of Uak aatoeoa duet. Awl He Wtu SUaSU. Frm It iti rrmtUw AseeaauT aeaatar Sauadet , of Mmuias, set a higher usaaay vaiua ea hto aewsaaaar than atoat asaa W- Mefose the North era Paetok Kailroad waa ouaaad he uaedtouay 107 a year foe the weakly dittoa of the Kew York sasI, which teachad hisa be poaar exaaaat acroas the ptaiae at a coat of 1 a coey ia gold, which was than equal to over $3 la greenback. A Stooat IHaa far save Jd-Swi. ftuM (as Msnas TdtgtatJt. The isfwaker adst have the Uesao ejata astt ia haadcoJto aad .-"j whaa it should he easy to keep thaw at their itasks 'f Uea. if properly gagged, they could ha euatsettad to help pats Itoauaaacua neeatuxes la te ejaenae t p'rinaaaa is api epi vaa aaaaaaaaaejaaajge eajaar toai ay the speaker. Mr Rued should decide HukkJy upoa ai piaa. Ttoie to ahort. t'tvii Ksssice Ksesataattoe A civil service exaaiUMdtoa will he haUoav OttoUr ; loftlla vacancy ia aho laaaHoa of axcaatectutal dxailauuaa aflA- ' IWM AiWn "? The rahtaete viM he User ashfcjg, daaalf aadaraWog, wtaatef AAgMasBaustattanul ananVli CtaaBAAlaalB iT ItaaaaC dea of the latoanaa tgcttaot ha elifeaie. Veta IfeaWMantenBat enaaaaV ut tfcfck saat to she woet uuirUiuo ie tiii; iliiu )t.t ia .- iiMurifthij rtucfc t-ssa t.iuuii.1 vt uAa.M.t.iA -kl. u J U U ItWa) h Lib , ft uJ tl tur Uoc .a l i. . ! rLlWt t-i.!k al i otna fe U mu l i , i i FOR A GOOD SHOE VISIT son & Can's For an Easy Shoe GO TO WILSON & CARR'S. We entry the Heat Mneof Patent trenwnatysapatrat Wilson & Carr's lWlitttnn!ilo.Slioe Men. Ao. mre i siKtiirr jr. w. iVashtnaton, n. c. bai.timohb STONR, t ami n tvtivr itAi.Ti.ttoiti: STitiiitr. CHURCH-SHAW. The I'rettj U'rilillne ot Tun I'npulnr Vnuna t'ernon. A very pretly wedding ceremony was celebrated at Mount Vernon M. 15. Church last evening, when Miss Katie Louise Shaw and Sir. Joseph 15. Church were united. The church was filled by friends from this and other cities, and the ceremony was performed by the Ilev. .1. C. Jones of Grace 31. 1;, Church. A reception was held at the residence of the bride's father, No. 213 A street southeast, at the conclusion ot the cer emony. Congratulations were received by the bride ami groom, after which Ihe w willing supper was served. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrr. Oeoree I Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Church, the groom's parents; Miss Msr Church. Mr. Kdwsrd Church, Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Ilnjriiesof Ilsltlmore, Mr snd Mrs. Cbsrlcs McCabsn, Miss Stella MK'shan ot ilsltlmorc, the Her. J. It. 1'anlu of L'Isiksburg, Mil.; Mr. ami Mrs, T. .?. Splher, Mis Laura Halderson, Miss May Crtiett and MIm Martha Olbbs of Ilal llmore, Mrs. It. V. Nlles, Miss Kva Fergu son, Mrs. l! J. Floyd, Miss Alice Jovee, Mr. Cunrml, Mlts Conrad, Miss Auna Kel logg, Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Kiirguson, Miss .Nettle Alblnson and Miss (larrlty. Mr. and .Mrs. Church departed on a late train for the West, and will p-nil an extended wultllng lour, returning to the city about November 1. Tbe presents ncalved were man ad handsome, among them being a IhihI ftil French clock from the legal divi sion of the Baltimore ami Ohio Kail. way, and a bernlniine brass lamp from the registering division of the Cllv Postortlce. A Iretiy Uedill., At tlie First Presbyterian Chu oi a pleasant wedding was celebrateil last night. It was the union of Mr. Theo dore . Sargent and Mtss Sallle II. Whittlesey. Tho church was crowded by the friends of the bride and groom, ami the pulpit was handsomely ileoo rated with palms and ferns. The cere mony was performed at 8 o'clock by tho Itcv. Pr. Sunderland, ami Mies licssle Hlne and Miss Hassle Knight acted as bridesmaids. After the cere mony n few of the friends and relatives of tbe happy pair were entertained at the residence of the bride's mother, No. JMsB Indiana avenue. Mr. aud Mrs. Sargent left on a late train for au ex tended tour through the North. Happily aiHted. Mr. H. 8. Collins and Mies Mary B. Grady were united In marriage at Holy Trinity Church, Georgetown, last night. The ceremony was performed by the llev. Father Roccofort, ami was wit nested by a large number of the frleads of the young couple. After tbe ears mony a reception and supper were held at tbe residence ot the bride's parent. 1010 Twentieth street. At the ooflolu atou of tbe reception the bride and groom left oa a late train for the Kit. tllub" Joyce Slurried. liobert K. Joyce, a popular young Washlngtonlan, wae married In Haiti more ou the 17th instant to Mies Km ma V. Plerson, also of this city. "Hob" Joyce, as be familiarly called by hto friend, is a member of the DUtitat mflltla, ami to a young man of excep tionally bright prospeehi. MUe Pelf sou to a charming little lady with a boat of friends aad admirers, who all unit la wtoblng tbe young couple all imagine- uu.' uappi MuiM Arnold Klrulfr, The aaute of Hon. Arnold Klralfy to familiar to all adwlrara of the ballet, et only ia America, but all ewer the world. He U acknowledged the great est baHat master liviag, aad to wtthaut doubt the moat pet feet retaa))ttedaaear of lhe age. Moas. Kiralfy, though quick aad graceful la execution him self, excels la directloa. He has di rected many fatuous ballets wish rasa sueceaa, aad, for a number of yea, waa Use mate: stay of the mora or las unfortunate Kiralfy Htm. With the tioupe of Patiaiaa character daacaw at Keraaa's tbto week, Moaa. Kiralfy to delightlag urge audieaaai. Maaa. Kiralfy takes great pride ia iatsadaassut the greatest caaracter daaaeiiae. iilie. Joaepeuae Pe Rua. aad Jeahaatta, the gieat Aaaarifgu areiator. To-aight ha wUl Introduce a number of aaw daaaaa. said to he the pseittoet hto aimteriy satad has ever directed. U Wanttel M Kimnvel, BepseaeaiaJlve laagatoa was aave af lias iet aeraoas to eaU oa Caataia Hus itflt that ajsofajaa. He waaaad to he ye a aorttoa ot the f cute siiraoaaiilaaff m Zateat Part leatoved- The saute wrjuaai wat ataaa to the Ciimmlitinauaw auaaa tiaaeacoaad they oadaml that it ha aaaVkanaal DsW A taaaht ttHltafaT nhTaaal laftakeanat waaaaaaamaai r"W a" vaaawai eaaBBBBBBia paanBl aaajBaaajBJSjs totftacouruaad they aaxtotod thai it yBMsf tftlge"! OsUeaflnaat BLVnaaBal ftaaanaaBBai tteatiaU Uas"?Tr taeVs? ClaHUattMaUfaQIM kaV fpjjafi lU HaJitahiJ- 9i AaVlaaiayaiial WhftJaaJ atajalftlfrn Oaf that laU bbb iaaBi rsaarpama rm apvar saaaaaaay tU he held this treeing la huaor of aVhGrahaw, who to now stogJaysfat hat "San Klag," at Albautfb's. Mx- Gj featana aal A VtMBfiWf 0 tafetf WaliUaftffaBg! tOpteCi eaaWsi i tie!! 1.1 1 1'JsWsjyUsl If W pUAMpatf Agaat lanaBBBftaantttal Oaf saaUl -AaaUxtai kkBeAjfaatBeBekl aaave aaaaaaaaaae -- SS wSBWaewpej VBaaaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBB. rraapatdas auw ia the city vaU aa) aaw- SaHL aMM sfcl aWsBaaarOtfai af UJeW Ul igeVsanafsft ttal Ms. tteto'e AsBUaeet Hi. Italy. f UstaaaeaiAUea's ftugr pajy . had a eatso eseaaa ireas stouara iatt )aleaday eiuaaous i Four bUto Kue lie wan uuL Uiaiieir and l-uw bi balaaru and fell iuIm tb- rivir lie waa IlCUlJ oiul Iualu Lu UiC tl iic f M' i.i.rjtc lAbhau. U".ic hi. 5 i-aieU I jt. KtinCATIONAt.. Ttttt CULTJMKIAN t-JITKItlirT. fjUlS tOttJMMA CJnVMWTtT I.Kff FACl I TT JAMIS c vTatMSro' Lt P . rresMWit. The ffon. .TOHlt M nARLAJT, tO-i,. A8ehttesticofrher.SiBrmervirt). Profsor of Court ItnM' .n.rnrlprmteneext of PnMIe and Prtrst Internal lonal M. The Ron. WAI.TKB 9. cnx. btit.,J (Assoelate Jesnce of nprme court, Bw- trtot of rvlomMa. . Profesror ot tbe Uw of Real and rwwmat Property, of iwitraets and of waves snd Wimleineancrs. Tr Hon TtlfLTAW A. MtlflT, Uj-Dm. (AStoeiate Attorney noneral of tbe uaftea Mate. M tfofesrorof Kqnttr JnwwiMence. ot cm- nwm taw and Kqnltv Mean; aM . of lhe law of KTMewre. The Bon. AUGt TlSI 8. WORTrtt!BTOJt. IX. B , iFoMMrly r. . nirtriet Attorney. Trwttet ot olomWa). leetarer on Criminal Pieadlrc and Praetlee tetarer on rractfcsl (nnjneretl uaw. (rermerly Anlrnt Attornerof restrict of Columbia). Arsoelate Trofeor of Practice.-! mite of Stout Ceeft and I-eetnreron the History of Law JtOBBRT C KfiX. I. t II . Treanrer. The opentne eere1esof ih I.aw9ehtroi will take pH" In tho Law tetere HAH of the Vntverrtt j . e corner isth and tt streets Bftthwest, f.n WI)?SIW1)AT. oetober 1. st 8 o'clock p. m.. when addresses rn exptsse lam of the core of, lectnre will be ande by the Professor snd when other aw now nee n ent will be made for the current seholastle year. Iheteetnre Conrre of Mr. Justice If AU LA Jt on the onMltnttonnl Jartsnrndence of tlie ITblten States will be enlarged and will be rnnplemented hy a new coarse on. rnbtio and rrlvste laternailonat Law. HHieetnres will be delivered weekly tbroneh the entire scholastic yeer. The other Profeor will annonnee the st tenstt n siren to their sereml courses. The lw Hhraty, which hs received Isrjre additions, I opee dally iendays ex cepted) for slndy and reference. !oetettw for leeal detwe and asoelate stady exist In connection with the school Tne Keelstrsr and Llbrsrlnn will bedally In attentlsi.ee In the Law Library from 9 n. w. till S oVIoek p. m., to enroll stndents and answer Inquiries. Catalotnes, atrtnir detailed Information, psn be obtained at tha book store of W. II, MorrlraB, ISS4 P it n w. and of Lowdermllk A Co.. tret Fstn w,att!ieofflceot IheTrea urer. 11.17 Pa nre, or on application mails to sel4w. JAMB8C WBM.ISO, President. rilllK COHCOItAN CIKSTIPICSCIl(K)LOF J the Colnmblun University Thl chool will open at 6 o'clock p. m., OCToiiBll 1, with the folkiwlna course of Instrnetlon, vis: All department of Knllh, Mathe nrntle. CItII Rniinef rlnr, Clismlttrr, Asay ln, ihvlcs, Mlnersloay. French, tterman, Jleebstiloal and other branolie of ilrawtne, with lecture courses on Astronomy. Anthro pology, Zooloey, Uotsnr, eto. All cIamos meet In the eretdre. and are open to both rexes. For farther Information apply to the Dean, Professor K. T. FK1ST0K, I.L. I). telS lm. S7 CKCRLIA'8 ACADBMV roll YOU.SO LADtBS AMD cTllLriKEX Keopens MONDAY, SKIT. 8. Mitsle and Patntlne Ileeelve SpecUl selJIm Attention. EJIBHWtX INSTITUTK, 9Utllbst..let. lamlRsts. Select elaslcnl snd luBtlK-matlcnl school for yonnsr men andbots. lleelns Its thirty ninth year MONDAY, SlClTHMIlKIl tt. I'reparo lor Harvard, Ysls, l'rtnceton, .fr hns Ilooklns. Lelilsh, and other collwee and unlrer1(liit: for the scientific schools, United Hlate Mili tary and NhTal a ckhI sillies, and for bnstnes. hreehit departnent for hoys between a ami Is years or sse. A full course In mi dsrti lan guages. For part Ionian address CJHAS. H. IOUNO, storm 1m l'rloclrHl. N .7 OKWOOD INUTITUTK Neoeens'gn'KVHRR . with Increased faentty and many lmrmnnU. MK. and MM. WM. D. OAMLL, snat.tf Prlaoloals. CW ittAMiyrrg hall school. lrrt-iiea SHasUon wnsnriMd for health, Jburttsk, Clessleal, Matbematleal, CWHwtal aad Military Course. oaI aad tulttoo, Jtes for tea mentbs. For nartleahm addree It. W. SILVBeTKR, CkartottertaU, auM,m H. Xary's (kwuir, Md. OT.JOHX' COLLSOX, Anna pelts, Hi. MUt anion ewaasae4 ttTB MBPTMM BKK. BiaM Dsaartwaals aa4 tear sue was of stady. ButWIaas heated by steaai. Taras mederate. For sasateeae aadress th areei. dent, THOMAS FBLL, LL-D.,Ph. D. -piSNCK CH8I8TUN COLLSGE. COLLSaX CITY, OALIFOKNIA. A Hret-elas Seboal for Laatas aadtasaahv Able i Faeelty, Tsssparsase Town, PJaassat la, neaithr Ineiittan. BiMneniikle , never! Ceawas aad D agrees. ClluuW, Teraw Address J. O. KEITH. Fl "I OHMS HOPKINS) UMYEW1TY, BALTIMCKK. Aaaaaaassaaass ler the Ken Aas4esato Year AXE HOW XBAJWT, Aad WW be Seat aa Aiirstanrtaa. T7JtMtrT A0AWSMY, OKX oy Ttx asssT w Matw xtstKjtxs. Maw Hsejnal- A skMta Yansuearr ACAJHtatT. aaatoa Xtear.vt. 0 Xim WsabW UaUaaUt VOX YtWaW tasaseaV taxav raJaoa Classical sj4 aastsa&aic seuuo4. n atotjn tekaar af Mas. af Maass nad aat. aha, aw. VAYK fU9m. w aMwraat traaxawv raara"", ass BBaamaasjaas m ) WeyWa aj. tJMM 3sf tsto ittktftaiM mi f lalalaalaiall lIllMBaBBBi agaaaat ajraaaaaamaa BnsBBsp0eBBBT bbjbs- s-aaai awel of tM a s a usee fny ajfk sjavajb tur aaU Asawvarw. aaag iaf eatahiatnt at WaV-fi. C aaa4aaaaaeaaahlstta JCIfc8aflaw tiasadfiiat sMi aaaaVaaaaasaaasa xeae mrssliais aaa aoiaal oahueaahs- ad iaaaisum easy. o etoaruuia- AfUcaaU asuat be oer Is. Addxesi MIL AKTMCh i.lLUiiK, Cu.blUlji:, Mi" xaasasaut vMNahataae- aaajaaatn aad eaBsBgJgxBgfV P Ww VsW saWWaaavf MMHaMV' KIltTOATftYNATf, LANGUAGES, TIIEBERLITZSGIIOILxtr LANfiOIGES tt tstb Sireet JrWrtiiwest. Best and West Praetteal TrHrtrtretfen TXRXTS, $W. fsssltta C nfOAfrtCS PeWlS, OTrt, IrilWVVr, tO. i. . in i . efslf-Sdrwi0(LiW PACUUTT. HKV..T HAVBirSlsrcrtArlBS, 9. X., cATr!rB.. HOW. WILlIlAM A lMCrLAMferMJ, U. !., (CMef Jnstlee 0. . cvam of Ctetni) Lectnrer on Matetoty and Admfn'strattve Law and I egal Majtes. MARTIN r. M0RRI. LL D.. Lectnrer on OtmstltMknrat and interna tional Law. Admrralty and comparaitve JnrlswiMenep HOX .JJSftKMlAn M WILWW, LL r.. Lectnrer on the Law cf Heal Rstateandthe Lew of XrMence. nON. ANDMKW C. BRtHLF-T (.liitrce npreree CVmrt, Dtstrtet of Cotem bln ). I ectnrer on Crmirmm Law. riead Injt and Rnnlty Jartprndenee. .tOSIEPH X DARLIWsTON, IX. I).. Lecturer on the law of Personal Property, ft.ntrsots and Negotiable paper. URORtiR 8. HAMILTON. LI , Lecturer on the Law of Partnership, Corpora tions, Pi actlce and Testamentary Law It. WR PBRltY, A. M., Lectnrer on criminal Iw. Domestte Rela tions and Torts. MOOT COURT. Circuit Cnnrt: Prof fJeorr R namllton. Court nf Appeal- Profs. Martin F Morris, Atdrew V. Itradley and It Ross Perry. Introductory lectnre and nnnonneeBient for the rnrnlne term at the Iw UulMlne, corner 81 h and Fst n w .on WKDNBSIIAY, OCT. I.ate-aa p. m. 'All lntereMeit areeor dlally Invited to attend. The library, now comprising the Bnellh and leading AmerlcRn leports and the latest text books upon mot legal subjects. Is located In tlie LawUalld Inp, with commoillotl reaillns; room at taohetl,and wilt be open from 8 a. rn. to 10 p. m. dally. Sunday excepted, to students and alnmnl of the school. The eecretnry can bo seen nt the Law Untitling on Tuesdays, Thurdny and Sutur day, from 7 o to 8-ao p. m., for Information, enrollment, eto. Circulars clrlng ooiirteof study, terms, eto., can be obtained at book store of w. II. Morrison. ISSlFst. n.w., and Lrwdermllk A Co, 1UI Fst.n. w ,and at W. S. Thompson' drug store, TOD latitat. n. w., or on application, personally or by let ter, to the undersigned 8. Jf. YKATMAN, septO-lm Secretary and Treasurer. ACADRMY OF TUB HOLY CftOSiJ. 181 Mass. Ave., Affords every facility for acquiring a thor ough education in literature, ransle and art. The Instruments tsught are piano, harp, vio lin, guitar, mandolin ami banjo. L-tnguage, general vocal, drawing and fauoy work free, seis,ty "VTATIONAI. MEDICAL COLLBOB-MH!)!-JLi cal and Dental Iiepiirtmet.ts of tha colnmblan Unlrerslty. Tlie sixty-ninth an nual coiitse of Bintleal lectures and fourth dental course will lgln on Wednesday, October 1st, at8 p. m.. In tbe College llulld lng. 135 II st ti w. Introductory mediant lec ture by I'rofi r William Le, M. I). Dental Introductory by I'roftssor Mark M. Floley, D I) 8 Ibe autumn examination will be bold on rhuislay OctnlierS.1, at 7) p m. For circulars of both departmBt apply lo It. A. F A. King. Dean. f Tb'rleemh st n w offlre honn9tolo a m. and 4 to s p. m Telephone Sxn. sep,8-lai. Ql'BNCBBIAN tlUSINRaSCOLLrKlB O Cor. 7th and 1) st. n. w., Rmbrce mix t-ebiHil. vis: fehool cf rractlcal Itulhess and Aoooiint. tchool irf Ireiaratory Praelieal mcltah. cbiHl of Shorthand and Typewriting. " Seboot of apencerlsn Prtlol PmtnMnhlp. School of Meihanleal and Arehlteetnnil l'rawlntr. Febool of Civil Ferrtee Training. Day and Night sctiloas. Illastrated Gata TiiejtUM f Pe) II 0. PPKNCBR. I.L.IL, frlnelpal. MHH. SARA A. SPHUCHH, Te-rtlBOlal. wl.tf T 1NDKN 8KMIXAHY, Utitx, I-a. A school for youag cltl and yoang ladts, stLltlta, Iaaeaster County, Pa. Wth year, A tale, eemturtable teaool boo: tboroogb netbeds; earelul oversight of theladlTMnal peptii advanced eirM of study; very pleas ant location; steam heated. SUM per year. TTASDHRBILT UNIVXH81TY, NaakviUe, Tana. Tea FeHewshhw, UW eaeh, with free tat ttee, eeea to graduate wlibtag te pareue Uabareeuifea, JLtsWalPMI WILS WILLIAMS, Seeretary. YyAfeHlNflTOH AND LBE UNtVBRSITY, Lealneten, Ya, Far salatoawe sildras 0. W. aLEK, FrsitlsBt. B KhTLBY SCHOOL FOR BOYS, m Madtsea ave4 aaar Mta st., Xw Yerfc Osty. tUi inns at ahave aadrsei OOTOBXR I, ttaa, Wttitaw Jasuu, A. B- (sUWMt, Prta- ehad. Addraas WU Saatasster But Ml, Far '.1.1. -T XATBeV ItnrTPrtrfX, Laaeoster, Pa. Th Xev. 3iOrT6aWK8Y K. HcsWXat. M. A Ha4 Ussier. Four hef raeaKail, a awssresw of tbe bea4 BHUters lawsir. At asassat tbaso ue two ynwrstii Mr. aTnsimr has seat beau to Harvard, YaUt, Pransnlnn, (sriassata. Laksaa. Aaiaarst, 'Maaty, Weat Faat, Aaaaaoiai. Jte aad has aat had a eaa- danaxef aaVV aaataaa4Ass4aBaa VtaalHaHVV M has a IK ws aciifioi. nxt utitLa. JsBBBBBkBBBaanBBBBli att anaaaBU IanaaaBBalsBBi aaBaT aaMsBaasal iUMtJsltaM exM ttaafsaWslpaxi adH aM iaMAai ht the weiani saaasaa at sua AkienSi aasa- vtoaat faB agBaejaaufaaal. MaaanvT 4MeT Mgsfl ea4 HsMsantaaMaa ft ttdaaaaVaWaBBaaBBBa Uay Yesk. R tHssehVS CaM.r,ai? ssasAhAl)arY j. 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Giimore COMIC OPERA COMPANY With a Oreat star cast, Itloh Cottnms. Ble- gant Secret y, Increased Chorus and Augmented Orchestra Directed by the Ooraposer. Next Week-SOL SMITH R0S3ELL In A POOR RELATION. Seats now on sle. Mtf J ft MEW WASHINGTON U "lllSATnE.JlTnsT. THIS WEEK-I silles' Matinee Saturday. LESTKK TICKKD AND VAtDB71LLE AliLKK'S STARS. Annie Hart. Daly and DcTorc, The Hlghloys, I'rofeor fc'ceman.Mme. Albertlna, Attotpb, Mile. Mnrle, blpo. tho (Ireat Hilton ami J.I'.STi:it mill AM.r.N, MON8. PAHISTAM AltNOLTI 11ALI.ET K1IIALPVS TltorPE. MLI.E.JOSEPlinNKDKnoSA.JKAnNKTrA, Edith. Tcarl, lerntlno do Flure, Limine A. Jnno. Kthol Krerly, Henrietta Lee and F. range Evensteln. WCt Next Week-oust IltLL'H Wo-Id of Novelties. N EW NATIONAL THEATRE. Every evening, Wed. and Sat. Mali. Beginning MONDAY, SEPT. .J. MARKS' NEW The Largest, gtrnnrest and Hot Siw.'ialty Company In the World. Septsmber -IlK WOI.r HOPI'RK Ol'KIt V MOUFFK COMPANY. , .! i. HAHH18HMOUTnXATRa-Or,i. 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