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THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, (SEPTEMBER 2H, 1890.
The Daily Critic AND rAMTA!, 2"' t Only nmoertttk Dn&f Per J1 ? as Wathtngton. sttne v twrtrti tmmc cowta. OWJCS: yAwswfon d'H. o c. tHRjfi 9Wt8CrPTtOS. Py H tawtaail prepaid), I year f " " 1 month 89 tsr era M tta efty. J month AMHM tHIjCR,TlC WMltBfW, B. C, SPT.. J.9W. 1'AIWl ' OJT Jtt!!ttTt MVF.R MMWVRMK5T. Wi T .. Damkt, cntef engineer of If . oo Mtodtslppi Delta levee dls i n,i oatrltmkn to ttw JfrtnwfHef ' A',rrr.' an Interesting article on tka MIs sirslpti Him hrvwt, a subject whoas tropoytaBfa kM bean gradually form! upon tka attanllon of the people ot th wliol country. Afrtr tan years of experimantt Mr. T v n st obsai tm tha Hirer Commls t, n hv decided that the plan beat .c'itd to seeitrethe pptmaaent Im Ii clement of Ike river I that which r n prises I he protection of caving I nks and the building tip of artificial lrs to prevent overflow of flood water. Mr. Paktt own conviction Is that iurther development will show the 1'nnk protection to be mm fan mm to ultimate and complete siwcens, m per fect inability of the lianas of tlui river would in time correct alt the other Irregularities. The portion of the Mississippi Klver Isnks seeding improvement lies lie tween Cairo nnd the lower line of the Ynroo front." awl tfels covers a stretch of twelve hundred mile, one third of which requires the application of the revetment work to the bank. The maximum cost of this kind of work as at present developed la U5,000 per mile. Mr. I)arnk estimates that with $10,000,000 for levee, ffl.OOO.OOO for channel contraction ami $88,000,000 for bank revetment, the total cost to the Government wouW be $51,000,000 for the complete regulation ami control of the most valuable navigable stream In t! c world. The magnitude of Ibis sum hi enough tn alarm, the conservative minded 'in 1 tlici who have no peronl Interest In the prevention of the flood that perlol ti tllv devastate the country thnmgti wlikk the Ijowm ilteltpt mikes iff way to the Gulf. Mr. P.utMtr toig pi sla aa a practical measure the division tf the coat between the ioUietel rtp lan State on the on de and the General Government on the other, each aiiumlng a detlnlte yro rata ahate, ac cording to a basis of division to be agreed upon, and that both come for ward with their contribution In mini' dent amounts to ensure the completion, of a general levee system with aa little delay a possible. THE TKXITKNT BM'XT. KnxCMi IIlumt, the man who In a I'rutiken freosy nearly took the life nf Sir. D.uxiichhri.ii, at Asbury l'.itk, riccnlly, U diftgusted with himself, std li very penitent. In a letter, dated at bbcepAiuad Bay, 13th Inatant, ami al drested to Mr. Daixorhkiisli). he ex hibit a penitential dfopoaltion of the roott approved kind. It U simply perfeet. lie geta down In the dust, awl roll la It. He beats hi breast, and erlee: Me, miserable ; whither shall I fly !" Ileally, this brutal BLL'vr l almost agoolilng In his grief. He declare, no doubt truthfully, that he has not the faintest recollection of what happened rn tbe occasion, that dm brought to him tc much shame ami humlliatloa. He learned, wbtle In hi cups, that Mrs. D.uxibhi'jkld w as la tbe city. He re solved to call upon her, ami drank deeper. He enlled. She was not at borne. He drank more. He became oblivious; and thus Intoxicated be called again. He was eraiy, for be retaeen ben nothing of what hapfested, and he was amased wbes be learned that be bad bees abusive, rude, and violent .Ard now be does not know what to do; 1 ut be does knew that nothing that We c ii do ever will rake him out of tbe disgrace ami degradation. In which 1 e has placed biiMseif. "Mucfe," Mt f , "as 1 UdU Mm otliuw and dtagwoe 1 1 at n-utt attack to mm 1st mntinqnaaee i f bat I kavit done, by far the aaast 1 irlUe fesiure of tbe whole ouisageous i ff sir ti Um eeam quese to Mas. Daik t kbkuu b aaui to yo. It afekecM sac to iLlukofit I asa btvrUed tbat tkose wbobad HgJu to (xseet osdy tbe mest giattful courUty and coMeMat aton. fiosa me. la return for w may acts of Vtndnws received at tbeir kinds, tailed have suck a cause for legrettUg ttat tke scnuatnlain was ever awde. it kw kejaj yam ijainttMna ever to have kwea suck a wretch as I ke piovts sjsif to be. It kat been a dire eaJamlty to Jlr DAtawMviiuu otrtokavenmnbrred sue among kr aut.uajatsacea, ad be cowpellnrf, ba t ttnily, and tkrougk aw fnult ti kr n, toauSs Ike pain atut hmmW catlos oi kavteg kr s4sm najnfflojsno in cosujactJM wkk suck an a&air. if U. hi wf aaoaeey, sy c any leca el woask, any act of that could ut any way mrnkm sloaswiisj for wke I kee deae. gi41y will I luakeit J do not kauer nat note to write, reskapt I akeaikl aot rito at J1. 1 4 tt io wkt to do- I ooiy kuoir Adl I would give Hie to rutb.1 ike wnostg tk 1 kve a)uae toarweat Avoids. Tkawe it nuking tka cauH he deaaadad af w tkat I would am " WS' Va (Ibf evavnvRF iBawawPwaw ea aaagwi wav gm , nf Mick a tUaf f poawM.'' 1 aUM aid avwy af ekaajaad f-stij -A Muittf , ImM vlMai fci to In 4ienh bt ttt BaaU Bllut he atoaad to det. l . t. aliuwtd to live and da tt c ,, ui t r Tiptnumce .' We Ve oa th .1 - A u-cn.. auii auwekow k Ut ..;hm.l1 uh tbe UUef tkaska i, .. L . L-J oJ.d li, t.ue Ottt Of thin ..om abaUsw MUtmlXy , uodaaan. CxtotoiyiktoCjiM of Om uUaLkekd barrouw will as re Uat .. uug iiUikU iuulV.i, ubit .ixy Inordinate cup I utiWeMpd and the in rHIcnt l a devil. Vndonbtedly he Will Join a temperance aocietT Bd "y mment to be carted abowt tbe cawatry rerrlble esampto." If flatters nay ntker fond pwrToeaterifck wj can be put we do trot kno Wriat ft Is and rtrnftot Mcertaln. Jfiw. ilAUT S. IrwA!t trml Mt, Bt MiAit WtLKHia bare teen ("elected at tfca nwtrirjert, for tbe ftMrlct of Cofnm bnt, rn tae bnard of lady managers' of tae If otrrVi fair at Crdrago, th alter aafea lalmjt Mrs. Rmma Tira Powstt. ad Mlas JRhma Wtwsatt. Hie aa fortttTtfat of there women cannot fail tx receive the commendation of tae worn of Ike Dtmtct. Mr. Lms'e wtltktwWn necntlve ability, wide ac qrmlntMfip and latfre fpili-nre nrlnrirahly fit mr fo take koM of thp work that Wltl come under the nre of tb iMstrtet lady maftaecM. Mr. Wuki l a wrran of exceptional jrace of rbracfft and Is dewvedly t omiiat both In c fflrll and private cir cles. Tbe women of the TJIetrlct may congratulate themtetm that their In terests In the World's Pair ewlarprlw will be capably managed by Mrs. Loaax and Mrs, Wtt.Ki.ts. Or cntasa. We bad no doubt of H. Lrentemmt PtiAjfcrs Pnawroir Fna M05T, son of Mrs Jrsme Brjitoji Fa Mowt, denies that bla mot her ami sister are In want He svrs that while they bare no means nf their own they have a regular Income out of bis nml his brother's salaries, ltoth the mother and sister could haven home with hint If they could endure tbe climate at Port Smiling, Minnesota. Maybe the report of Mrs. Fmbmovt's destitution was pub lished for the purpose of creatine; public ympathy and expediting the passage of the $8,000 per year pension bill now pcmllDg In Congress. KuoiLXk Fields says a copy of "Poems of the Plains and of the Soli tudes" has reached the olflce of the ' MU (V.wt7. The volume Is by n poet known to fame n Thomas llnow Pracock of Topekn. Kun. The (niseUt copies the following lines from the "lthyme of the 11 tnler War," said to be tbe poet's masterpiece: 1t lit h lth o'er th plain He kill beforo, behtmt the same $bontoa sit jHw, tru U hH aim: lie urea wiin torn rmj m?. stream of lire, turcvur free, flame from tae month ot his firearm, Pur each iiaml a revotrvr warm. Ill tbanderlttK yells tnoewaat rite, Wl.lrh ull hi om be thni UeAev HI lvr hair mis and vrakbhln'J, Ami ihe th- comiil.ilnlni wind: He hrli-lle like n twroautne Wlih wi-ui)On crowing In a line Mk Wiikat, the HcpubllCAn Post master of the House of It'-prmanlatlven, be Ik en at It, too. He has leen turn Ine an honest penny by a little Jobberr. Ho lis been mtulrlna; a contractor to pay blm f ISO a month, ami to say noth ing to any one. Ami now there in to be an Investigation.' Of course. Hut Whkat doesn't care. And who toeT it will amount to nothing. Thm sooth ixo t'RocKH Is bclnit re sorted to with promptness. The ML Pleaiant people will be given cable line: and now they may go to sleep again. The Washington and George town llailroad Com puny is determined to please all its patron. It aaya to them: "Look atotind, and If you do not mo what yi,u want ask for It. No trouble to show coods." IK.aO(.n Max Vaux has been re fused renomlnatioB by tbe Democrats of tbe Ja3U.j.l district. This Is too bad; for Mr. Vaux wear a black frock coat all buttoned down before. The nomination was given to a man of tbe name of Wii.uam McAuv. and be will help tbe "boya" It be us only balf a chance. I i a- ' Tom Itimn is tbe Jaaaa Jamhs ot American politics. What a splendid highwayman be would have made' What n magnificent train robber be will be wbeH he shall have gone Into that busUew! Mk. Hi'MT must slog a lullyby to tbe Mt. Pleasant people. They must be rocked to sleep. Par really they are becoming very trouldesoma. But they mean so barm. It is alt that Lin cqmu'h fault a Wrtt for The Du.v Curie HOW TO SEnLE A GMYE 1NIEUM. T10NAL QUESIIOW. uicigo'i urroarcktrr; oa, i aiv tu MM. HLAIkC Two sntan Maast wfctk wend'taas aaet j stknat'f mwI en asfisjg Jtb'J tai is kt tbe wkess t aunt TLis towtiy pair ere aAjtagt S LnU to Yi , "Dear urn, tato try,--(I laeaft kete's raow for Ujuhj'j,-" To battut our bet, J1 eteaa aa4 et, Xo horrid aea are apyiag-" Sait VI to JUHe. ' Yes. wetl itMuu Our toa wstkia OW Ueeaa, Tko' scaJajaa stare, sad msrsssM tkase 11 Feat ereMdrdi I've a aetiua!" A umltr iair si aaakar laa- ko daaaaf aarateil tiaaaawJaju-w Wbaa runt the , tk saJtow swaas. A tulax wk was t "Take eat o Hat" tka "Or 1U ail go under," "Then go uace" tas rate aa, "U ad ear laat wkas e'er kaltds, hVAoM uu U tab arc icoaaV.' -. i- C. 'i ' Aai tm Uth Traiiihtmt. jrum On Xe Ywk ml tsaaariou awaarck (w bw) Oiawr mi mam iaka)i aad taatrafci tka bad kaaaw al tka peter saai. tka graad latd af tt aaMPaWtel HMat CagWUfaatf IAI MfUaa4 ar4gSM fiaf iki -wmh hukm tad nSmtmLvi IdW Vmtot fttaJaWatoaMbliWi Ia9 W ifil W9&tkN&$ few Hi CsQgmittjg? VlgUlUd? UJ iMU wsss iajam? vasjaaniBSBB swbis v psp erepaqpi Prlaaa atUuWr dwuiWlaet b akall as uioae. aua Your grcsou aJdoa. but ako 1 iAJtaiar iutikus aiMaatca t aoa t o kki asai, but k l aa a markup rtl raadtacketsetlaf. - Tka fanaat wua kmastf Cgaaaal Mnl Makaf tiga BaWMmW'ft MOttHF 10 InllaV a-Ufaf MV aj fejki KaafAajsa aug OgfjlU WPlWsmnaw psmy w W Fsmaapaaaamnf anamamt ajg aggge itgk take puUk fuada wadf oat tjatsaoaera, Iftaare Uaay aMaaiMace ki jaiacapi betveea tka twa aaofaal kns U i too tec for tka toaae. m. ya' - tn a" caaaa. There rteaiJ tu be uuUeraal ii.t ui fiiti Ji V r P'.xUr . i'iia iun HOTEL ARRIVALS. Mrti rmniitnn -I. H. Chm' wltn, I ramose, Vs.; t. K DimaricJ, Mont- 1ST trvr omery, Aia.: wewie "ODy"vr yeberty wl t. w. Oregavy, w Tor. JtefjffW? S. B. IrnweTe and wtfe, Albany: WllWaw Frank ferfcr, Jtew Vork: KAwara X. Irvsa, ooi, Mass.: Hon. ! R. Cane. Sortb IVikot -T. L. ITnman, tlWron Fotge, Va. .r. .fowft W. i.el and wife. A MarRU, J. Tf. Paitersnn and W. M. won, ssnto, ew Tork; C. -T. ?enmgst, fWia. Sd.; A. J. .Halone and trlfs, Pnllintstpais. rn?trfrMrs. t A. WebN Mrs, W. X Otetef, Oratttlte, III : M 0. Sntfcs, Bw mrmiaara, Ala . ,tnirev Roth and wife. St. fronts. ttif&h-Jtrs. M. B. t'srtct, RteMnond, T : i H. Crosier, Madison. Ind.; VT. IT. Spatrers awd wife, Brook Wn. fOntrthnmitmtit. 51. Sayers and wife. rntitdMpnls; fi It. Rramtln and famlty, Tldlonte, Pa.; Wf. and Mr. Savtoe, Leeds. Kngtand. Arhn0rm Jnltas Bnmel. !ew fork; P. Iliiwh, Corpus ChHstl, Tesasj It. rrotttr, Btfan foMhrt. Ain' 3. M. Case H wtfa, Wcawmnd, A a : Rowland A. RobMns, ?fe rrlt. .V.,rmijtrft B. F. Brown, M. D.: F. F. ltrntor, t'ttes, X. T. ;Mif 4me Meant and Wife, Ptttarmrg; Itsrfel fonltdgs, Jnhosrown, Pa.: F.. B. .AtMhtnt, Smtthfteld, Pa.; J. A. VVatkles, f)M Point, Va.; William "amuel, Bords rown. Ky ; J. r, tieverenT, Xew Tort. JTotti JohntnnK. A. Mason snd wife. CHteland; R. A. Renytmtn and Rdwafd I;. Cohen, rhiladelphls; T B. Tel , Toledo, IV. B. Hojt, Xw Tort fivdfrtsi Genres W. Ilarnar, Lvneh bnrp, V.. II. t ?ibnr.T nmt wife, Vienna, Va . C. N. Bnritner, Baltimore. PERSONAL. PilncelltsmnTck has an SOtmal in come of alxMtt $1715,000. The Countess of Paris Is a crack shot, ami never allows the attendants to load her eun. General W. T. Sherman ami General Horace Porter have been elected hon orary members of tbe Actors' Fund of America. IVAlbert, the pianist, has built n villa near Hcrlln, and will spend the winter there. Ho will return to the United States for n concert tour In 18thr. The best literary critic In N'ew York I said to be Miss I.lllie Hamilton French, who at one time wrote the book notices for the ('wmrmt ldrr ttftr. Ev-Govcrnor Hubbard of Texas Is one of the weightiest politicians of the demccrHcy. He welcbs 390 pounds, and Imp a voire like a speaking trumpet. Senator Hearst and W. L. Scott arc said to have won enough money with their respective stables during tbe last season to pay their campaign expenses for the next live years. Anton Kiiblosteln 1 slaving In the Ul.irk Forest, and It so busy compotlnz that lie rarely goes out except for an bi-ur's Hrollliteln the afternoon. He Is thought to be at tsurk upon a uraud optra. Vice Presldi nt Morton's Guernsey calllu lecdvtd six hluu ilbboni anil won two mark of "high commend i lliili," while his sheep received three bln srd three red ribbon at the Ne York State Fair. Mis. Cutter's most intimate friend is said to be the actress. Clam Morris, 1m tweui whom and the widow ot the brave and handsome cavalry officer a warm attachment bas cxlited for many jeati. lioth General Marwln and Judge Morris, the candidates for Governor of Connecticut, are bald headed. As the New Haven I'MiJiuih poetically put It, "Time bas worked like ravages on" both their "talented pates." ED. BLUNT APOLOGIZE. Ill I'enltent I.rlter to Ilia llmlmml or the tVuiuun Ha Aouultuil. Mr. fievenly J. DaJagerrleld has re ceived the following letter of apology from Edmund Hluat In regard to tbe seasatlonal scene that occurred at As bury Park: taHKarsHKATi It it, Sept. in, l&BO. With out kuottlae; bow to adilre jou or what I shall ay, 1 oaly know that I can keep stlsut so longer IUi regard to my terrible coa Juct toward Mr. DtlnyerBeUl. I have not the faintest recollection of what bMMed. I only know what t have m in the newspapert, but I know that most of wliat ba mi written ami be groly exsgertd 4 faUe. I eaunot euaterve what eaud is to act in any way that Hilgbt offend Mr. Dstogwrfleld. Hor I should have acted so as to loult ber, or that t bW have doee so, is Impossible for hui to eoaprebend. I have reeetrad ouly eourtesy, klndse, and eoHtdmtUu at your and her bands, and how I could have wade sueh a return for tben I eanaot eoueeive. J know that I have slwsjs felt tbe ioot rPeUul m tesaa aad regard for ber aud for your fautli, ami I am sstireiy unable to aceowit far wy eoaduet, except that it was the uu-re-iMMduK set at a druaken BMutaun. That I was very druuk t eHaiaIy true. I do Hot raiHeaiber tiring of what oceurred, aer caa I think of any causa for my coo- As I remember it, ltd is what happased: Lresiiiag for the tost tiiae, tkstt eveain; taut Mm. OaliigraU was ' (tiling at Askury Fark, 1 ikteruiBed to call upon bar, although I u tbaa aulu dntak. I dM call, but hm tokl that she as out, bat Huvld hunl) retiua. I wut oil, aad, alter Ukiitg ssveral more drink, I utlad svaiu. I bare oalr a roahnad reeaHaetloi of tie MrvaUM saij( tkat I was toadruak to see Mrs. Daiugerdebl arul my iasistine; aaoe dssag do. What else hsppeaud b tweaa tks2 time aad my ttadutc myaetf kwksd up lu taw statk-kous, is as entirely a bleak to ase as though tt bad never hap P ed- Uod only kiuMve what f dsd. Uod u4il know wksi I would give lu undu it. X eo nut write ibis with soy hope of ever btday able to m!uiv myself of the ikagrae aad sVgradatiua la wkkh I kave pUcd ssyself. I koow that aotkiag tkat I can seer do caa bit me out of it. Idunot wnto tt wkk say idea of letaeviog myself of MM lersaesl ievoitatbUity tor suck eoitr m, nj wu ,ut uu ixupuM u say iag tkat li anv v ta U devuved, any pbui af tae aaas atd inorti session tbat say eut ssfjanit conduct has Uikktad upua juu, it wgl ualv b ai-niry for we to know It is eader to comply with tt whaUier U was it, lluvh as I leal Ike adaua aad daajiaee tkat auw atiscfc to aw as reasanaaare of ahax I bate tiu, bf far the awat karri bit faatiiie of the wkola oattageous sf sir la the cooatuaeme to Mrs. DeXsejerdald and to ua. it sielMws aw to tsdak af is. I ass buirilial that tfcoasvkakad aright to ex pees oJj the must gartefui eoartesy aad roesliletstUin bum tm, in return for so a act uf klilMii teceitcd a their band, skuuld have kuea s MUe for regras tuwtha th sjmuaHrtance ws ivnr waitu It has been your ntWurtuue ever to hare iur u auch a rotcb as 1 h&ve nrovea y lf tu W tt ha hueit a due raltnltj to Mj. Daiogurabl ever to hare wuabered Wtn b ffefnsT her si iiaaintaiMjei aas kw as eoupelhsd luBocuiUy, sad thrnngh so fault vf her uwu, to saCer tk mhb aad mrf ynjiilfMi of havtug her name 'ffitaBMntyfi Is a auction e-ttb suck a affair. U there is any apulogy, u expfctuaiiaa, aay (una f word, any set of adae, that i-'iiabl ia aag way stake imnawaat tur what I kaw ataav 'dJj wm I awke U. f do autkys what atose to ark, fvt- kaots what to do. i oajr kauw that I Duuldglsesw aastotkdjataa wrung that I kase daaa taaaceat aajosdev Tkeow ia aotkhvg that euald be (tammi'ksl uf aie tb.it I sivaia but zimUf do to stake uuiida to oiu dograc, If auch s thtug Is puaiuala. 1 i. .1.1. Jl u U -Ut L - i! . hit li. WORKING WOMEN. IHttt tllW Wm Til MlffilBlrfT OF Til IXSUSTIAL LIA8C. Te fowibfa wtm th parwiewc ,t naaee The imrbienea itetween te .Slothw llnw" nmt th mimr ilawt." Mrs. Charlotte Smftb, pmsMsnit of the Woman's Imltwtrfal Leafm, and an enthnslasilc advocate In the cam of wowiea wage earners and brewl. winners, was teen this morning In rtrauwMt to a nreat conferetice sbe bad Ik this dty with President Polk of tka !af!on.t Farrners' lltance, to which rarataace wss made at tbe time in the column of Tntt Cbittc. '1 be obi t f.f thf fonference was," said Mrs. Smith. "todevle a rdan for the dissemination and distribution of Woman's League llterstvire among the various images of the Farmers Alli ance ami among the ImlnMrlal women. I was trcelvetl very eordlally by Presl dent Polk, who Is a straightforward, unassuming gentlemen, and who takes a sincere Interest In his work. 'Mr Polk aeked me,-' continued Mrs. Smith, "all about what I knew of women's wages in tbe factories, shops and mills, lie wlhcs lo use the statis tics In tbe nlllsncp campaign In behalf of tbo women bread winners. I am en gaged In compiling a political nml In dustrial text book of what waves work ing girls receive, and how they arc treated, for distribution throughout the alliance. "One thing that I am especially In terested In Is the adulteration of food. Out of 1 10 articles that are dally con sumed, including such thtngs as salt and uittstaid, I know tbe former Is adulterated with white sand, and so Is sugar. In codec thero ore beans nnd an essence used to give It flavor, and these adulterations are made by the large etigar and coffee trtwts. There Is chaff In pepper, and Jims and fruits are ndiil tcratctl from 30 to 00 per cent. We wish to have legislation upon this sub ject, and I have suggested Hint there might be a great Industry nmong the farmers' wives In preparing Jellies nnd Isms with the tptclnl label of the farmers' Alliance to show that tboy arc pure and unadulterated. In this mattor of adulteration In food Mr. Polk does not believe In a special bill, such as the I .srd nnd Oleomargarine bills, but n general bill that would take much leas time to Investigate nnd consldor." Hcfeitinc to the trouble In tbe Senate over the memorial of the Woman's Nt tlonal Industrial League of America for the protection of women nnd chil dren employe! In tbe mills and fac totles throughout the United States, which had been presented by Mr Plumb. Mrs. Smith sskl: "Mr Danes stated tiiat he could ree n fhthcr's hand In the memorial. 1 do cot know what Senator Dawes re ftis to. but In my reply to blm I will say that the father s hand wat seen In Msssecbiifetts two years nijo, when an olV'-ir annotated by the Governor was Inttusttd In fltiHucletlng In sending girls at two dollar per head to till up dens of lofaihy and selling Innocent Im migrant girls for purposes of prcktltu tlon. "I was Instrumental In having a bill pasted by the Massachusetts LeuUta turc which imposed a Una of ?."W0 or two yean' Imprisonment In the penltetf tlary for such offenses. The bill was signed by Governor Ames, who sent tbe quill pen he used to me, nnd I prlre It very highly. There was a syndlcalo In telling ibese girls. They wore shipped to the West in winter and to the South In summer. The bill was Introduced by thu Hon. Jolh tjtilncy. In that bill there was the mother band. "We are going to enter Into tbe politi cal campaign with the Farmers' Alli ance. We know no religion or creed. Our Interest alone ia in the wage wonieu and bread winners to see that they get fair play and equal pay for there's where we get In our fine women's band." Iterarttlng ber Idea on tbe tariff, Mrs. Smith tald: "I am a protectionist for the waee women, but not for corpora tions, combines nnd trusts. I do not believe in a manufacturer getting 50 per cent, ad valorem protection ami then cutting down the wages ot hi working girls. I know that 61 per cent, of the girls In the Massachusetts mills are re ceiving less than bait pay, ami it Is that that tans the life blood of womanhood. I am about preparing a list of manufac turers all over tbe country wbo are cut ting down tbe wages of their female employes. We intend to make this a political issue." Ccutrul Union llliilno. Tbe anniversary of tbe Central Union Mission will be bebl Sunday night, October 19, at Dr. Staley's Pirst Bap tist Cburek, at wbieh a number of lead Ibk clergymen wilt make addresses. '1 he needs of a larger and more con lenient Mission building will be dis cusstd. Following tbe anniversary a public meeting will be held to take aatlon in reference to ralsiug fands for the erection of a sew mission building which U wucb heeded aa ac eount of tka throngs which altoad the services. Hev. Mr. Bailey has received a letter hew Mr. Moody, wbo bad bean iavttrd to give a series of meattags ia Wasbiagtoo. but just now Mr. Moody says be caaatX earns. r-tjuity uuurt UwtBc. Equity Court casat iWtnatad of to-day were: Oabora vs. Wkisa, Hobart . L. Wnito apfaMatod Uwasee to eoavey. SckwaxU va MtFariaad, aaias ratified us; Durgia vs. Dyer, Franklin 11 Maekey appidoted truaUat to secure fund; Xd wards vs. Maupsa. order of SepULiU-r S. 1Mb), tiianaadad till fur ther older. Boggs vs. Graaa, trustee narwlttad to ualte ia tak of laad. litdiuu va Ridtoa. t90 par month aliiaoey ytudsnU hu aUoaedL J. lunar Uwnmi. Ouriag tka years 17 aad loatttHKi WaygftaAigUigi MfllMlf UttMlftgli Wm jr proved aad 3 tolacarali l.T-J tataU ucaaara yum aMaWad aad Hi r-katjaj- Datriag im-M W wkolaaato rirasnia war sayaaaad aad 100 ra Jactad; T88 actaalHiieatat ware approved aad 119 wjeeaed. -IV -r ....-. At aa early butur tkis worelag there wat aa alarat snuadad ky Odictr Wa aaU itoat box tl. Tka are wat at tbe kosae of L'karlat Wkttky, 919 L Ureal aortbwest, aad tka laates were extia guaaked after a tm daraage kad baaa twtnlaad Tka psoparty wat owacd by Qaorge rkddaa. A Tataa AiiniilaUij. ia tka qtdty Cow bday ia tbiUiU of ttitapbdat of Atteg W. Oaugla aad otfcex against Kato 8- Dyer. exocutrU of tk a Ul of Gaoayg W. Dyer. Judaw Cox apptOatad fSwWa U. Mackey traatos to wemm ajka 4.aar Uuat food, as lejrovd by tka aaaaasajaiaala -r "l'tu all bivkoi ap Ui bo4y ud wuid," as j vie iuu uf dyspepaia 11 1 - Siu -aj ai.'. i i an- dypala It tui r the JSjiuo' t ttOl -1.1 lu''- l , i. ' FOR A GOOD SHOE VISIT son k Can's For an Easy Shoe GOTO WILSON & CARR'S. We eatry im Best i.meof Patent IHt-rWf W0M TOT IctWM iMtu wH" irfrttit$5nitrist Wilson & Carp's I'ltMilnimbloMino ?Ien. xn. mo r HTiinirr .. w Washtnirton, li. C. BALT1MOR8 STORK, 4 nmt VtnST HAIiTI.MOItr, ST III! ITT. AN EYE FOR AN EYE. A BELIEVER IN TUE MOSAIC LAW WHO OBTAINED TERRIBLE REYENGE. AV lit tip nl 1J Ootlaw nnd an JS70 Torn Unt, Ha Meted Ont Death lo III Tornicntom One ! One. Mltmutet Orrrmrfnr In Mr Xete Yorl Sir. "You see." said nn old-tlmor, ns bo sat In a Northern AVIsconttn land of flee a few days ago, "the people up there have law and justice these days, but it was not nlwnys so." IIo was a pro-emptor of Clsrk County nnd well posted. "It was nwny back some llfly or more years ago thai many outlaws made their homos In the denso woods up there. And when Henry Hosklns nnd bis young wire ard two children came bete to settle and clear tip n farm for an honest life the gang soured on him nnd kept up such a warfare that Hosklns finally retorted nunlnst one of the gang. "So one afternoon seven of the gang, Hugh Hoden, John Qllfr.iy, S.1111 IK-u-kin, Will liuardiley, Duke Thorns. Syl Worden nnd his brother Hank, trot n turptlte party on Uosklos.. They Itound him to 11 tieo, and In presence of bis wife and children laid the Usb nn hh bare back most utimorcifiiliy. The pleading of the poor wife were in Mtln. Nn touted of murmur tc ped the lips of Hosklns. "Finally, either by nee-Mont or deilirn, it blow struck Iloiktt'V right eyi tear Intr the ball from th socket. 11 kii s fainted, nnd his wife nlo fell Into n swoon. The scouudrols now felt that they had perhaps gone too fur so they lunk oil one by one. Upon regaining costclotisncss the suffering wife cut the bonds that bold bur htiibund nnd con veyed blm tu their cabin, and under ber care be tecovered. But ho was not tbe same man. Ills ambition wos now only for revenge. In n few months his wife died from nervous prostration. Hesent bis children to the home of their grand parenlt at Dearborn, near Detroit, Mich. Hosklns remained on his land. The gang wbo perpetrated the outrage on blm were desperate men, but they gave Hosklns a wide berth. "One day Hank Worden It was Hank wbo plied the lash was found dead In the woods. The coroner's jury found a verdict ot 'died from a bullet In the right eye by parties unknown.' Weeks sped by, when the bod v of Uodea was found killed by a buflet lu the right eye. And now a nameless terror scled upon those men. They dare not leavo the woods, as a bounty was set on their capture. Hut they never left their shanties except with loaded rlllea on their sbouldeis. The brooking of a twig In tbe woods gave then spasms ot fear. In a week or two tbe body of Gllioy was found shot in tbe right eye. "Would not tbelr Nemesis now con cede bis vengence satisfied? Tbe state of tbe remainder ot the gang was pitiable. And wheu a few days later tbe bodies of Deakln and lieardsley weie found near the bank of tbe river, shot iu tbe right eye, tbe remaining members of the gang Syl Worden and Duke Thomas pale, emaciated, seared and wilb shattered nerves, sought to escape from the unerring rii of the wan they bad so deeply injured whose life they bad ruined. They donned disguise aad set out toward where now stands the city ofNeiUville, but which was then au unbroken wiklerae. They toi.k turns at watcblae, but there was no escaping the vigilant eye af 'be wbo litMures up a wroag.' "Tae two nan stood oa a slight eie vstloa watching- the setting sua, wbea tbe report of a rifle broke tbe stillness 1 f tka scene aad Syl Worden dropped dead tkat ia tka right eye. Ia a tew uu.kunta Hotkias stood ia froat of tka solitary reauiaderof this gang of perse cutors DukeThOaBM. Thomas pleaded for aaatcy. He held kU ride ia bU hands, but be was paralyzed with fear ami dread. "Jioaiutf recalled tka seaaa of tkat dread evenlne; told of bis dead wife, his shattered life, bis ruined koaaa. He kad sworn a toieuia oath of veagaaaea, aad ttdaiaur. his rile tka last of Ike gaag bvy in ikslh abut ia tka right eya. Hoskiaa was saver seen aftar tkat. Soata any tkat tka barudt, aged aad gray bearded, aad with oaly oae eya tka kft who dtod ia kki but la tka Kothaa wibis ia 1W wat tka mm Uoskiaa. Tka iaiiiau 'II. R.' wm out iato tka stock of kla ride aad tavea artekat wkk a ludaty eagjravad ara gtaaaaW & aCgfaatttaty OalaataagaUaJafftt taSsaatl aaVasllgerSg&y solved Tka wyatory of tka old ttaratit't lira." U..iilin. kZaaAf ftataVr 11 ft 111 M fTlltf a aaasanra anraWSBiav awa avaaa aspnaaMa,nF VaWgtfateal tirftatfil VWatttgflf )Ua VSSA & a nit itralaat hA TMilrifl lot &fi 4Mgfl ttattgM asngajai eatyaaaasasasw aanraa annaaaF aw wpfw eararaaa afas. Ha it proprietor of a kaar gar daa kjMwa at Laackboakiar's Oity Frk, aad tke pintot'ff rltiaai tkat kit basiaWai kat baea greatly iajurad la tka rafaaal of tka Coaaadaitoaaw to imM kkm a Hcaaae VULA daUaaACA VUaiar W. DaaatdirjTiiiakti nadaaaji ttdt afasaat C. 0. MaH 80a far 16 800 4alpHtfgtPM IVj1 tdasttfigi hatiagl 0 fifiniiarl fry f W 4trfiitiflLiMMfa UrUwMttat aSSWaiailaalPnw "" "ra aaawa' aaasr aB7amfWl J if & Is navawMtta coaneof ooatfrtafatoa ay atotf save eaats to &aaMakaaa Jiiiiiaji M KwofsJtiakrirg.iV.kajt iad aaaaawal feoat dto darditVat) cdljka losttaajaatMier of Fataatt. tcko mfuaad to aUu bfau letwrs patoat for bis ia teaiiuo as ituproveaicai lu the atrt uf KOUCATIONAr.. THE COLC.MlttAN rNITKKSITT. aRH cottJMiWAK rsivBJwrrr t' STHOOl,. PACTt TT TAMlC. WltLLttWi. LL P., PreMW Tie !. .tons a hari.a5, lM., . (A ssorlate Jsst lee oftrteUSSnpwHn CwtJIi rroresTOr nf Const Itn tloris'.! nrlpredo(e ana of JSabMp and Prtvatelnternatfonal baw. The rfon. wat.tbr . cox.tL.i,ii (Asweiate Jntic of nprn rntirt, Bts- , trlct of OrvioWa). rroftw ot the taw of Real and Personal Property, of contracts aiw of crtamt afid Mroniors. . The Jton WILLIAW A. 5IAURT, IX.0. (Associate Attorney oertwal of the tTaned mate). , PrefesroT of Eonitr .Ttrrisnrence. of OM mon Law and Konltt rW! anrt of the Law of Evidence. , .,,.. Tbe Bon. ATJGt STTfl S. WORTHtSWfTtX, tt B , iFOMnerly V. S. Pltrtet Attorney, Wstrtel of tYilnwMa). teetarer on criminal Pleading and rwetlee Iieetnrer on rrsriieat onminereht btr. nRT 8. IIAVta, A. St , t,L X . tyctitterly AmlKtsnt Attorney of Wrtriot of (lnmhta). Atsonlnte Prof essor of Praotlce. Jmtge nf Moot Caert and lecturer on the Hlstoryof !Aw. RoWirT C FOX. I, 1.. D . Tresnrr, The otienlna exerrleof the Lawsohool will take place In the tw Lertnre Itall of the rnlverstty . e. corner isth and II streets northwest, on WErvNBSDAT. October 1, at 6 oelork p m , wlm sddresae I erptte Iwn of the courses of lectin w wilt be mane by the riolewors. ami when other annonnce n ent will be made for the current Mholastre Ihetwtnre rootle of Mr. Jmtleo HATt LAN on the constitutional Jnrlspiwtenee of the t'nited State will be enlnnrwl and will 1 Mipfileinented by a new onnrse on nubile and Private lateraailonat Law. MsleetHres wlllbedallversd weekly tbnmah the entire cho'atk! year. The other Irofeor will snnonnee the ex lenskn siren to their several conrws. The Law Library, which ha received lnrF addition, I oron dally Mondays ex cepted) for tnny and reference hnolcll for lewl deba'e and associate ttndy cxlt In connection with tpc mhonl Tbe licgltrar snd Llbrarlnn will be dally la nttendatce In the law Library from On. m. tills o'clock p. tn., to enroll ttndents and answer Imiulrle. Cntnlocnes, irlvlng detailed Information, ran bo obtained nt tbo book store of W. It. Mnrrtton, 1H P nt n w. nnd of LowdermllK A Co.. 1 lt F st n w, nt the office of tbe Tren nrer. 1 1ST Pa are. or on application made to relJw. .IAMB8C. WKLLINn.Presldent. alHK COHCOnAN ECIKNTIFIOBCIIOOLOP . . the Colitmblsn University Thl school will open nt 0 o'clock p. m., OCTonEK 1, with the following course of Instruction, vlst All department of English, Mathe matics. Civil Engineering, Chemistry. Assay log, rbyslcs. Mineralogy. French, Herman, Mecbnnlcnl and other branches of drawing, with lecture courf e on Astronomy, Anthro pology, Zoology, lkilnny, elo. All classes meet In the evening, nnd nre open to both rexes. For farther Information npply lo the Dean. Profewor K. T.FH1STOE.LI.. 11. oln lm. ST. CSCBf.tA'8 ACADEMY POU YOUNG LADIES AM) U1IILOHEN Beorcn MONDAY, SEPT. 8. Mucin and Painting receive Special sel.tlm Attention. 7MEHS0N INSTITITK, S11 lltli st.. bet. I and K st. Mtect rlaf tk-ttl and mathematical scliool for young men nnd boy. ltnglnlt tblrty-ntnth yer MONDAY, SKlTEMilElt W. Prepare lor IlArvard, Yule, Princeton, John Ilonkln. Leblgh, and other college and unlrerltla; for tbo clentlflo schools, United tltate Mili tary nnd Naval ncadwmles, and for business. Nreolal dejiarlncnt for Iwys tetwen 8 and ( year of age. A full courms In medern lan Kiiagw. l'or particular addro CIIA8. II. YOUNG, BUgMlm Principal. N J OHWOOD INSTITUTK IteopensHttlTRMngtt , with lnereted raottlty and many Improvaraent. MK. and MM. WM. D. OA11KL1, aut,t( Prlaelpal. C" IIIARLOTTg nALI. SCHOOL. lTTt-tt) HtHatlon nnnriitMt fur health. KmjIUb, Classical, Mathematleal, Coffinssretal nnd Military Coune. Hoard amltultlofl, JllOfor te months. Far partlenlar addrea R. V. SILVH8TEII. Charlotte nail, m. Mary Cowaty, Md. aHlt,tBt S" T. JOHN'S COLLhXIB, AniwtofW, Md. Mist sewlea eeamease WTH 8EITEM DEK. Bteht Uepartaaaats and tear eeurM of itudy. liuHdlsg heated by steam. Tarsa moderate. Por eatatoeae oddtes the presi dent, THOMAS FELL, LL.D., Ph. D. ptEHCK CHRISTIAN COLLEGE. COLLBOE CITY, CALIFORNIA. A Flrtt-elaa Settee! far Ladles andGentle Bjau. Able Faealty. Tseseeeaaee Tewa, Piaaaaat i-iHBaie, iiaaiiny iAaMiwB, uwhhhiw TersM, several Courte aad Dagrea. Addrea J. O. KEITH, PresMset. I OnNS HOPKINS UNIVEIWITY, UALT1MORE. AawsBMsnnimnln far Ike Nest Aaadaatie Yttar AHE NOW BEADY, Aaat WW k Sant ea Aayttaattatt. -y Broom- aoabbmy. Ok'K Of THE BkhW IN NSW EN8LANO. li4adaBHi every eeiaaga at Nw ltngtsad. Aihwoaeh yminmasn. West aaiii faesU hta in Bsffctah- BhaHaaaasawv.haaaeaattat tsaatHM. rshawsasstaa. taSaanaatasa aaaf act relMStaa. Aifa igiyM Snaaa nuyit& aravaaffaapaiesai aBfcasaaaF aiaaaaaiaanraaFr swaaia asaaiBaapsp'BB YBaM'aatT ACAfUtttY, atuau ktvar, YC 0 11NJJU) Waaka VOUMOU Mat YO(7M Feasant rhasticai aad iadskaag aaaaab aiii(diarWraiaaas, tka Akaa Maaar tJ TLfa ypL faatpa Qaua--saatkAflKT nf aAmkat fLBB-i X.k. .aflfUI VaaaaBBenBBBtt gg&U" njgf aaaaaBBafi aaannaa aanaia JaBfnjBvassnaaaaB v asaasaannnp gavaas' ttas. 8tV. VAYB WALKaW. w aWUYAH ACABtWY, WilWkaM MgfVM. w aBnBpanaasasannBj apansnasanf lky f LlB tUg. hU flghjanjyMl MtegaU MaV ajaatoftH it adaaaaa aaHkat, watk taaaa, for liH ASSMat V 1 to liffb , rimaiBiiaag BnniM WA9MMK3 t4aaakMataad laataalaaJtJn i he ar M. aUi-ASTSUhUlUUkt, Cambridge, hU-s. KDtiOATIONAT LANGUAGES, TREBERLinSCHOeLtf LANGUAGES INrtrt crttt Mft PHWrttOril WtttMNSllofi, lrranchesm IJew York., Wnstna, rbfla pbia, Cnleago, Paris, fasrnk, isHreri, ete, 7,t 1 FWiwMv r,'t Gcf ptewfiUefsllf--Scfii9l f Law FACULTY. now. willia a OTtrnftwisTTit. t.t,. ., frMef Jnstlce V. 8. Coart ot claim) Leelnrer on Mnlntory and Adnstn'rtrattve MA-rrriTF.mLrfa.. I.eelnrer on fonstttatlonal and Interna tional Law. Admiralty snd Comparative Jnrisprtrd raoe HOW. JSRIMtAtT M. WILSON, LL D.. I.eetnrer on the Law tf heal Sstato and the Iaw of Evidence. HON. ANDItEW C. llltADLEY (Justice tarn-eme Cnnrt, Ditriet of Colnra- bla), Iectnrer on Common Law. Denil- Ineand Snnltr Jnrlprodence. .TOSKTIt J. OAKMNGTUN, I.I.. D., Lecturer on the Law of Personal Property, Contract nnd Negotiable Paper. oRoitup. k. nAirnTON, t.u 0., Lectnrer on tho ljwof Partnemhln, Onrpora tiin,Fnetlce nndTsi!9nent"rrbw. n. OW PBBRY.A. M., Lectnrer on Criminal Iw, Domestic Rela tions and Tort. moot coprt. Circuit Court: Prof Oeorge K Hamilton. Court of Aipcnla- Profs. Martin P. Morris, Andrew C. llradley nnd R. Hoss Perry. Introductory lecture nnd nnnonneement for tho ensuing term at the Law Ilnltdlng. corner ath and P st. n. w .on WEDNBSDAY, OCT. 1, at 6-80 p. m. 'All Intereslcl nroeor dlally Invited to nttend. The library, now comprising the English ami leading American reports and the latest text books upon most legnl snbjecl. I located In tho LawDnlld Ing, with commodious reading room at tached, nnd vt 111 b open from 8 a m. to 10 p. m. dally. Sunday excepted, to students ami alumni ot the school. The secretary can bo seen nt tho Law Pnlldlng on Tuesday, Thursdays and Satttr dny. from 7:30 to 8-80 p. m., for Information, enrollment, eto. Circulars giving anursooi study, terms, etc., can bo obtained nt book store of v. II, Morrison. ll K st. n.w., nnd Ix wdermllk A Co, 14tl Fst. n. w.and nt W. 8. Thompson' drug store, TIM 15th st. n w., or on nppllcatlnn, personally or by let ter, to the undersigned. S. tt. YKATMAN, ecplO-lm Secretary nml Treasurer. ACADEMY OF THE HOLY CROSS. mt Mas. Ave., Afford every fnclllty for acquiring a thor ough education In literature, muste nnd art. The Instrument tnugtit nre piano, bnrp, vio lin, gnltar, mandolin nnd banjo. Languages, general vooal, drawing and fancy work freo. eoir.ly "VTATIONAT. MEDICAL COLLBOE-MEDI-X cnl and Dental Depattment of the Columbian University. Tlie tlxty-nlntli an nual eourso of medical lectures ami fourth dental course will Iwgln on Wednesday, October 1st, at 8 p. tn In tho College Ilnlld Ing, ltkSIl stnw. Introdnctory medical leo ture by I'rofesr William Lee. M. D. Dental IntriKluetory by Professor Mark Jt. FInley, li. 11 S The autumn examination will be 1 eld on rhtiriday Ootoher l. at 71 p m. For circular of both department npply tu Dr. A. F. A King. Dean, 7S8 Thirteenth stn w. Office hour 0 toll) a. m. and ItoSp in Telephone a. ep,s 1st. S'PFNCERIAN IWSINBM COLLEGE Cor. Ttli and D st n. w.. Embrace 8lx cImkI, via: febotd of Practical lluslnm apxt Aocounts tubool nf I'reperalory 1'raotleal Rngllsh. f-i'hoolof Hhorl hand ami Typewriting. fchxd of NpntMrln I'motloAt IVHnnshlp. School ot Metbanleal aad Arehlteetaral I rawing, retool of Civil Service Training. Day and Night Session. Illuttrated Cata logue free. II O. SPKNCMR. LL.1I,, triaspal. MRS. SARA A. SPENCER, vieePriselpal. Mt.tt T INDBN SEMINARY. Litltz, rn. A tebool for young clrl aad young ladle, atLltitz, iJtneatter County, Pa. tnb year. A sale, eemfortahia school howe; thorough method; careful ovoraliht of the Individual peplli adtaneed oonrae ot study: very pleas ant looatlon; tteam beated, JK per year, YTANDHRBILT UNIVKIiaiTY, Nashville, Teen. Ten Faitawbli, ttM eaafa, with free tat ties, epon to BraJoata whhtag te penwe bbj ber sent im. Address WJL8 WILLIAMS. Seeratary. vvy ASHINQTON AND LEE UNIV8HSITV, Lexlnajten, Va. Par eataWeue addrea a. W, C, LEE, PreMeBt. T3ENTLBY SCHOOL FOR BOYS, SSI Madteee aye., near ttth at.. New Yerk City. Hoaftmt at above addra OOfOBBtt , UM. WiUtaB Joaes, A. B. (Uarvasiil, Prta- aal. AddNM atH Saatecaher Itox let, Far Haakaway, L. . ATEATBfi INtrTtTUTE. taaeastar, Pa. The Rev. MONTGOMERY R. II0OPKK, M. AH Bead Vaster. Fear boye rmatved as nsiabirs of tits head -Mint at faaatty. At arataat these are two ynsnanta. Mr. Bnaenr has mm kof to Harvard, Yate, Priinotnn. OakuaMa, Ihtaa, Arahant, Matty, Wast Fosst, Anaasoka. a sat ha mt had a eaa date for ndilaelaa iak-"lad. M VHi AUCBtPS SCHOOL JOU SiaUJ. atalftWiraaBtaaal lat It-laW. av'WMMM tflgT WlUairaWL twwwiiiMl mima tim wmthri.il ly nmW itMiitto u aaiamtaul w Km immd. IB Ite igMIMMft (ratlattoli l MltM AJfc1 IMUB tkgfJatlel CkM wfhaaaarmAMtaABl AattaWgntaaBBaaai aaW iM04it aJ. 11 j u V J L.Kfu t,aBkl fakf Jkjgggl llgfW YMUUt anfigffgtV apbkfpsua LBk ksL La u hV T CgdkfEt V- M Ia aV aaaaajpgf BaBa ItegtSBSaaaaVaWai aUaatf ar aafaakaiaaaraaaa- attttaat Mat star to Yia.rkwai aanaaaMaaam BaU-gWBat MgasBaaaHaV aM0gV auum.mmr cjtBLHt 1 X,S. tddrsas tkt praatdeat or iMusratnrtTS. - , - s s -VTXW NATfONAt Tn4ATRB.-BXTRA, nam! or niMitnvitn juats anh iioxus jtow opkn Pot the Engagement of the DE WOLF HOPPER OPERA 801 FE COMPANY, In Byrne Kerker's CASTLES IN THE AIR TttK COMPANY. Mr.De 31 r. Mr InteWon mt, ivmnii jjornaon, iff. oewnre va le. , .iib aia ids. Miss Anne o'Keefe. Miss Sylvester tvwnlsh, Ml girl Cms, Mb Wly fox. Ml May Lertnge. MIS tilleBdgir. M. ADOLPtt NOWAK, MnMeal Dirctor PH1CB8-$1 10. gl. ;tn , Ben, and gc. ii.lt A IBAUGU'S OHAND OrRRA HOUSE. Nvenlnr nt 8. Matisse fatnnlay at 2, 111 HE OPERATIC TREAT, THE SEA KING, Presented by the William J, Gilmore COMIC OPERA COMPANY With a Great Btnr Cast, Utah Costnmo", Ele gant Hrcnoiy, Increased Cborn and Augmented Orchestra Directed by the Composer. Noxt Wcek-SOL SMITH HUS8ELL in A POOn RHITI0N. Seat now on s.le. tf I WKW WASHINGTON I THKATRRllTHST,. THIS YKKK Ladles' Matinee To-moTow. I.ESTEK riCKBD AND VAVDBVILLE AliLKN'S srARS. Annie Dart, Daly nnd Devere, Tho Illghleys, Professor Feemnn. Mmo. Albcrtlna, Adolpb, Mile. Marie, blpo. the ttreat Hilton nnd i.i.stj:h nmt ai,i.i;n, MONH. PARISIAN ARNOLD IIALLET KfHALKV'S TKOUPK. MLLK. .10SRPHIKK DE HOA , JEAUNRTTA , Kdlth Pearl, lorntlno do Flure. Louise A. Jnno, Ethel Overly, Henrietta Lee nnd Flornnge Krensteln. K-Ot Next Yeek-OUS HILL B Wof Id of Novelties. "rVTBAV NATIONAL TIIBATHK. Xi Every evening, Wed. nnd Sat. Mat. Beglnnlnc MONDAY. HKPT.W. MARKS' NKY The LnntMt. Stronrost and tlest Specialty Comixttiy In tha World. SepteffibttrSft-llgWOLVHOPPKK OI'RR IIOUPPK COMPANY. !t HAHIIIS' IIMOII TBR.VTHK.-nna W- k Commencing MONDAY.SKPT. at. Grand tlpecUeular Prodnotlot orvHk HBNSATIONAL NAVAL DRAMA, A PERILOUS VOYAGE, lly HARRY MHRRDITII. A 8airb Cast. Klrgant New Htenory. MirnrUlngMrcliauIeal Klfect. Nextweek-MiLTON NOHLRsi. .'.'.It GLODK TIIKATRK MONDAY. 8BPT..M An Uaaqualed tipeolalty Coogrea of Vaude- Htar. Matinee Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Adailon, 10, to. and 50a, elUr rjniiR HEOLIKN. I tbe Grii. of Alt Masieal Imtntmects Ueeanse It iierformaany muslo from a waits or a ballad to an ovarUre or a symphony more beaHllfally and aMire nearly parfeet than any other tingle inatruiaeut. The Aaotlaa 1 not Bteohaaiaal, bat tbs BMRljwlatlcn of It I to simple that a person eanlrn to play It with from one to three weeks' praotlce. Yoor vlalt to wo thl'n struaeGt will be etmed a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, W6 PA. AYE., Eolo Ageat for Stalnway and Other F CUm tiaao and Orrans, KDUOATIONAT,, Tt It ISS BAYARD'S INbTfTUTJI, Norwalk, Coaa. A Keae Eebeoi for Girt aad Yosag LadH Ntimtar of boanltogpuplU Haattad to twantr BxeeUest sdvantsfas (a Voats, Art and tba Language, Oymawsiasa. HaBinat groead. HaatthM toeattOM. IHaatU boarded through the nuauaer noAth. Board, waahlae as4 teuton la the BBgiWh bmastinn, ftftr per sehajlasttsyear. Send far aSHMlar. E O. SHAKY HALL. B0AKBI8 AND BAY SCHOOL FOR YOU-VO LAMBS, Walhscfoad, Com. ,1 fill 11 mis aad Biaiaraaty aoursai Pr4nstifial. Mrfaj LANsHNG aatl MIM jwuf z ita ae. Chitstraai tows hacks carfOsUtK i. For anlaaasae aaaraa WhaaWABY HALL. A BA&VlIXlt TaHkK JIGtf t L SCHOOL, Meaavttaa, ra. Waaakai tar dirtialnn Mtntatry. Huuos sU aat tottiaa kwa. nentnsaafeeof aWraaVktataMaaaaef saesa. AHezDeasea inailaentai tarra hacla aWWifaUMt . ttstV. A. A. UYaWsMBX. 0- D , rvrdaaati aiaadvuia, Pa. I7 SLU OQaVUtSK VO WiWJiK. Aaauaa, Cayaga Lake, a. Y. Vktae tail aaarasa of study. iAKStton hjwatatai ami hanfthral. A asiaad chriaUan haraa. 'aw hasMaM asadr aest aaptouKi-. taaaaa hasaa kKPTtaVaVatl it. Muv. send " 8,8',BIIMr,iSiJlftl. NMdifj if Ltwjn ui im Fb unommvw. Vsasanatoa. o. c. danaBBaanannT KAS7 kaiaUBur HpJI BJ fHBalggaaS aSaaffaanaSPa w AVfUttaidir-ATLAW. aM ana ttt li at . fhaaaoar Bntftln 1 eaiai ave.. weawa " - 'Irttat'sS riJa WU1K IACMBY k kVKNNXY. Attur.el- .1 La HTERHAHONALS