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TIIE DAILY CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 27,1890.
UuE Daily Critic ATTJ CAPtTA' . i he Pnljr Pmrttt JJitVZjr Twper Pnb If Art at WaiMnjto. axsmv nmcj UASltltflmKt CK1TIC COHPAHt. OFFICE QH9 D STRMT lORTHvV8f , WAtMllWrroW cm. n ' twt of nwnpttos. y fpett prrtd i year " " I month Curt ww ft tba any, l month -fill! CrtlTlC, PtSHStresU WasntnllMB, P. 0. tf AMaretow, D. C, 9tt. 87, IStW. WHAT TAB FAMILY COSfg. Tk cost of btlngtrn up a family If a natter that can never be accurately know. owing; to the ellfTerencw In tarie, requirement. 1ttitlon. Intwmte i ml other point determining family tTpewlttiim. We hate all rewl. Hme and again, of the pom- but imibttfoM jetmg fellow who snttatm life on a dol lar a wwk, ami hare Men aim appear later on as a very healthy ami com fortable looking lllnlrtlon of the rlass known at wlf made men. The rew school of ch, Miss I'arlov, MI'sConsnN aril Jlfg Ewtjto, lay It down at a demonstrable ride that any family can be provided with wholesome ml rrttl7.l0B nual that will Include Fod mtaU and fruits at a coat not ix nitlhift me dollar and a half a week ttr t'lfKm. And I'aktok (Was a well ctithpnltcatrd account of New Knghrnl wernan iot entire expenses fnr years, exclusive of home rent, did not exceed forty dollars per annum. lint alt till docs not afford any real Irfnimatlon as to how much It costs to irar a family In the oidlnary walks of ilfr. I'rt.l'ably an approach to a toler Mly correct estimate Is given in the dlmy of a gentleman recently pub IULcd in the Indianapolis jVw. The (Maty begins when the writer started rut as a young martletl man, working n a salary of f 13 a week, and owning the house he lived In, nnd was kept up f r twenty six years, when the last of bis four children had graduated at the High School, and three were self tuppottlng. During the twenty-six jcars his earnings and that of his family had amounted to about $10,000. Ho found that for the (lift rive years table living cost 7 per vault, for the n M tbiee 0. and for the btlance cf the tetty-lx, $13 a week, llio entire Micuot spent for food living $11.1)8. Tt.e doctor's bill aggregated $3,100. 'Me rot. tS,000, went for clothing t t'ka, amuscmenU, Journey, etc. Ttie ii ot expensive Item and disproportion til? to all the rest in cost, wm the family lre bill, fifty-two pairs a year being tl.e average for the whole family. The liisrtet found that it crt him 10.000 apiece to rear his children from bjhy bod to graduation day. Ki.dbk Joseph II. Felt of the Mor mon Church MUlressetl a congregation of Saints the other day and asked sev eral conundrums of the most difficult kind, as, for Instance: "How did the Latter Day Saints know that Jimkpk f-.MiTH received a visitation from the Father and the Sou? that John tun Hajtist, who was beheaded hy a wicked klnjr, laid his band upon Joseph's beadr that 1'ktxk. Jambs and John ministered unto him?" The ridfcr proceeded then to speak of the power of God which had been mani fested to many among the Latter Day Sslnts in the beating of the sick, the railing up again of persons almost at the paint of death, the gift of tongue', the interpretation of Ungues and other remarkable manifest Ions, and above all the witness of the Holy Qhost. And be talked all the time like a man who be lieved all be said! And this In the nineteenth century! Hut why not? Upon consideration it would seem that there Is bo reason for surprise that there exist persona who really believe la the Divine wUla of the Mormon Church, the apeetieehip of Joseph Smith, the clft af tongues and the witness of the Holy Ghost. Why, Indeed, should we be surprised at the eslsieaee of believ ers in all these things, when we are turrounded by apparently good eiilaess, honest men, learned as well as un earned, who believe la BelUmylsni, NtLilUai, AaaiesiUw. Kkkd and Qcvr, cd are KepuUteaas unashamed of the fuet and la many lasts aces actually jiro4 of It. Th credulity of utsh 1. yLsdntewpfeaasioal ii ii i l 1'xsojtK, tit great Kansas p et. In dose fiiead of San star In- sua la fact, we have reliable) la It rataitM JiHfttur us i tke state meat thai tali geasi geaiiss was liiseov tred by tka eeeaatfic SesuHor, was fa very pa ad of as jmwjh, to whoa tvta tan Vitf Jfai; OitMtu, with ail las KBgttaa esejudioss agaiast evetytUag Awatfaw. gives full credit evea ad mttHag item to be the author of the ioa DiotlaJ vwtaa ilaliie stassas aM sna4x teat." TW tiiMtttt goes as far as to say last this feat gives at least taaw Idas of Tiucacit'i gifts of exasaastosL "It is lutrestiag tekao," jfs Umi UmuUi. i bat Axaasiaa ttteMaiiats f Hast to aa Mr. PsMocsf' aJbjtssat Ihk to latssor td ifwmhwafs) For our part," coa tiauai tWs Eagiisa critic. " wonfal M:atw to class with K, f or a dtfeaaat poalte )fittr (tbe nuaiiiyol pathos) four Use faasa a aasaattol moasa wjt tea os tw death of ebUd: -flaw tie esean saas to sta sat to tka ooW. dassv sank sluas. Vhese. ub vkum. h ear seuktver. iSMssja bar satst mm totktow!" Wa aja lagliaa eaotfb to wum vHk uur ssMMMas) cuMesatMrry ovar ta fctasMfM 4aH af haatts ahae. ladaai, b is sJascal lo rtea for a pcoaasc saaa's tloost In mm VaW YNl m of tsMhir hi inlaw Matooa, Hi, i Uc ta amtwufjl fa & lal Co. KUKga fsjuw to beaten befoce Ms caa aatea fa Ifidr tadt vy. ' Wfc ttL RersMteaB papers 4ealaa4 ate Uom: tiaji says the Sum eesaaapoaaV mi, lc utft u kUustflj W. aa4 ihefa caaialsjas) ajai jatsrajlaasl eCocts uuJ sw Was out If a was to foi i' the psoas ntiagj of has ova judg ii.it t be auuJd withdraw witbis Uue laT. luii h' Hi' c holding hn k r? In slst on lii nmnlntpg on the track, and are attmrt!nE to dereir arm Into be ltevlftg vht tff revolt tt ot M wMo spttad at ha tf ti pfctnrett. As mat- r f fact, tt Is even gteatet ibmi has bctrfi represented Every Atj teO'es of bolteri are tided to lk 1IH. Tl(fftt of bis candMsTy are M In etery crmnty. It Is coDtMteatly he-lie-tl that CaHSow lll be defeated by 8.0WJ vote. Vermlll'on, his own wtrlity, has five huhlloan papent flgktlBg if, ami lb revolt tttere Is even sttetjgct iban In other c .untie. at - Tub AttXASDRM Vniette of ywer day If rlsprmsed with Sen. I t Cm list.. It artpMfs that when the Dmm ftatl mmrMof theHone firtt met In catrrtn lo deretihtM nprm thilr ictlnfl tw rvsrard to the then evident p'rp "c of the Repub Icxtis to steal seats fi n tiie Dttnicrats, Mr CAHLrsLM oppced the prorwrtt!m nf a Vlnrlol member to leave the llmisa wtthont a in.rum. He ea d that Aakct RKkti wonhl not dare to count a quotum of members not vot Irg. But Carmst.b was mistaken, ami the result Is known. Ami alt this causes the UnttU to sny: "Mr. Oar iretB Is an able man ami a deep thinker, but there la no denying the fact that ex cept for him the Democrats In the Home would not now be at the mercy i f their Republican colleagues." Tnis WashisoToh correspondent of the Atrxandrti Ihitrtts t ycsterdiiy says: "Mr. John Ambler Smith says he le not a candidate forth llepuhllctn Ontrtsstonnl nomination in the Illch- moml, Va , district. He also says he would not be suiptlied If thete should be a sotld Democratic delegation from that Slate in the next Congress, a the Democrats there have determined to count In such a delegation. He also says that the Republicans In Richmond who have followed ex Governor Cam eron out of tho Republican party never did the parly any go.nl, ami that it Is far better without than with them." It 18 A r)HI7.t,!0 timk, Isn't UT It must be that some of our praying peo ple have been "offering up" the prayer of the old Yankee deacon who said: "0, Lxrd, do not grant us such a rlp-roarlng itorm a you tent us last time, but jest make It n gentle drixle." Tub Woiu.d's Fair is said to be out of tho woods now. We have the plead ing Information to be willed to this, ibat Secretary Huttbuworth 1 fill of tuthuslNHti over the outlook. HOTEL ARRIVALS. .Vrfioimtn ( I). Aekvrlr. .'.tckoon Mll.'. Ma.: Walter Hawklna, Plorlila; K O llfmaril snil ir, .Mr. K. Ilowart anil Mln Mary K. Ilimnril, OlilinSm, ((.; Clit-ler I. Lung, Mwllclne Iodgf, Ksn. JinUvvmiY. 8. tVSshtmrne, Chlnrtfo; .Mr, ll.'l and Mm. Hlirelow, eutle,UWi.; I, V. Kunim atftf K. (i. Nihil Ii?, 1'invl ilrLif. R. 1 : John M. Hnsart. Texan: f, R. rlmi-l, KljrU, Ohio; K. T. Leonartl, Hlr lulfltliam. AU.: A. Mumlock and K U. JavKson, New Vork. St. Jamil a. K Tuwnes, Orsenvills, S. C; W. K. Kvana ml Mrs. J. II. IHIllngsr, MsHod, N. C; l.lttell WIIm.ii, lilciiraon-I, Vat; K. A. Tbles, louver, Col. WiUimC t Krl I)ethlr, N'aw Kruns wkk, .N.J.; F. N. Kales. Iluffalo; A.I). Mvld lltinbursr; James U M. Jjuigstoa, New Orteans; II. A. Noble ami Ml Juste .N'litile. alile, Wub.: N. VV. Ilranoti and Miss Kits Hrmnon. IWt rtliurg, V.; J.nvi Hart inliliut Mikado VVbeeliiMB Com pan , ntiititiigbsiu, AU. lUaatVi. 1'. MwirtiouMt ami wlfa, John Hlfutiaw ami ift Ublcatto, 111.; Irving M. Scott, gau Frsueteeo; Maieu llauloB, I'btla4lpbla. JMsrrsam-Matt. (1. IteyuoliU, 6t. Loult; Qitge Huff and wife, Mrs. J. N. Went line, UiMfitUiPK, l'a.; Kaadolph I'arutby sad C. P. VcKliu, New Vork. ArUntHoHY. H. furry, Chlcajfo; William 1. St. Jufan ami Mra. U. St. Joliu, Now York; Mr M. Kluack, Ruglaod; Mr. and .Mil. 0. M. Oletrtt, HroWln. Aro.- W.J. Willlamaoti and wife, Al fred Gooduarl and wife, and U. M. Ktlrsr ton, Omaha, Neb. 4ormamli4.C. It. llauieoiH, Bath, Ms.; Joseiih UUirUm, PbiUdsliihia; Cbarlss 11. Meiellis, Bath, Ms. J-MtU -Y. Vogler, SaUui, N. C ; II. E. Smith, V. 8. N.;T. L. GiUas, New Voik;.I. V. &4urkM awl wife, Milwaukee; K. K. TboMis aw! wife, tlt Lake City. JlaUl JuSiuum W. T. Henry, Ialla, Ti-ih; 1). II. Browne, Ptdladelphte; E. II. (iittttMul, Bostoa; W. B. imih. G0ri'i C. A. Brewne. AtUsUe Oity; I'. It. aiiBnyr sad Cbsrlss Kaswies, Bsltl- BMW. PERSONAL. PresMent Harrisea's favorite shot at billard Is the masse. Private Secretary Halloed has beea left-handed far many years, George Alfred Towns sad says be nevtr was a Demoerat or anything elm Kufus Waarltaaa of Provident fa the best amateur sparrer la Rhode Islaad. "Jake" Sharp of Broadway hooJia autofiety was famous for asvar glviag awsy a pass. Scaator Butler of South OaroUaa al ways atoae at Don Cawwoa's house est ate way to tka Senate. Adeliaa Patti thiaks that swsil Lab dsMi aaiaajaas asa tlte satiat kartfaas aa4 laroasiderate ia Use world. Jaases K. Osgood has esUblfaaad aa AaMtttoaa pubfisblag houss ia Loadon ia eoaaeetiua with Use Hatfais, kuiMHsuilra t .aaa thai wir- sesiea Ylrgiaia waasbar of Coaujfss, fa very i igai awl uas a aiga uosos . Mm. Owe Coaaolly. widow af a weafahy Irish- Isaatifaa, ass test givaa bar isjendid nwidaaca ia Ciuat towa, Prtace HSilwasd lsltad, Cfastatk, to tfast sfasiiis of vhartty AMOMOOY To-atgat 1 hear Um erfeius's aoag Tas erkket'a ummc w-asaat I baar. What tassaoafasat insimnai t IM OltsB WksVbbbX. aUattaaat gfcSBjajal Vsaktaf W Taw Wgaseaa asanii saiaBBBBs jasBaaar "f vif ,"v "itzxvl jTtr iaf Ym wtaw H to us was kajst aa ; V haa saws ea s4 kyictatas iClstsiiiil tas ssMsaar's ssWatgaS ssr, Was I wjstafcJUumeralajau- f O-SjiKat l UU Out cricket's laag Tea fcatjUUa suit eatoahg, I feel strsage torstiasMag fear A Atesry, dssiasti 'M atar, , tara(ss;fausB earth Uakj, I WttMfc W4 4rjMttgs "1 if 33Mb ChkrpsSdSWg4tojisSMBMa-. baa. dark as , s saaet, , tatter aaaat. The cxb-kets md tas titjsWi staBKtfaawuak tsdahsMii. ssaaaaasaaaa. ai hance eosae ipf soassi 7 f Bffg aa ebeocs, " fast thai are bore of toae aajl tfagu. Unsl aaass taeir vttfun aa eliaa 1. asst tihsa taes ftsinfli bbsjb alai sa4; Kaafat L poor uwrul, ait tad weep, Xui can u riietkas baart gwar gtd, or VeSt, scaing aouJ o4 rot ur aleep -MO,u. S, Xujftr. LITERARY CENSORSHIP. threat want lai's Mastetrileeo KtMi rwmi tn Marts. frtm thf .Vf Tnr Wiw. 0e would scarcely expect to fin the wWltMWIon of virtue in CWeasji. 2s"vtheles, strange as It was, the et clusron of To'stol's "Krentlwr Smata" front the United States malls was 00 ft momtttetHtatfon from the Chicago fostofflce, and wow It Is reported that United States District Attorney Jfllchrlst of the Botitfcern Illinois Judfclsl district be gone into the Federal Cmrt and Wed an Information for the seizure of entries of a cheap reprint of tUlcftc's "Le Coutes I)rolatlque," with Ous'are Dote'i lllustrsilons He will ask that Ike book be esclndcd from the malls. There seems to be a fast inatlon In the Wen of a literary and art censorship that many Individuals unfortunately constltnrrrt flml it difficult to resist. Thi y appear to be Impressed with the conceit tltat their Judgment regarding the character of works of att must be Infallible, and that to them Is intrusted the gnartllnnshlp of the pntytc morals. Tl.ls Is the very same "holler thm thou" spirit that nan been at the root of persecution in all periods of the world's hltory. It Is a nairow-mimled bigotry and an impudent, conceited officialism that sttk thus to Intetferewtth the literature of a people In these days. The law which refuses the me of the malls to obsctne publication Is wise. To Its proper enforcement there can las no pos sible objection. Hut to the abuse of authority tinder the law there can be rnly the most forcible condemnation. It Is abfutil to say that the law covers thccaMs of inch " publications as the ' Krtu'er Sonata" and "Ivs Contes Drolatlques," and statue and photo- ?;rapbs of paintings such as have at dlf erent time come under the disapproval of these censor of the public tte. The law was never Intended to apply to such works, ami It Is only by the most out rageous perversions that It Is made to do such contemptible service. There arc Indecent publications that the law was Intended to suppress nnd that n wholesome public sentiment would be glsd to see thus disposed of. Unfortunately, the authorities continue to allow these to exist, and make them selves conspicuously foolish in their nbsutd onslaughts upon standard pro ductions against which prudery nlone can complain. This is not only Inde fensible from the point of vlow of justice, lint it is likewise bad volley. No other course of conduct could be devised that would so quickly bring Into disrepute the iaw that was wisely designed for a wholesome purpose. THE WORLD'S GREAT DRAMATISfS. Tliern IImto llren Jinny Wrttrra Qrrntcr TI11111 Ilouelmult. Yem ( .V.w I'er Star. There b&vr not been so many really jru'Ht dratiiMtic autbors lu the history of liiirsltite that wo need have any dlltl culty In recalling their name or In I lui tiiy tin in p iltlvely and relatively. Ni u-rtliilin", we are repestedlr callcil upi n to piiitist against the claim of higlK'St rank by those who are In nowise entltlid to It, or nyainst the Injudicious estimates of Individual by critic who tliould know lielter than to Indulge In loose talk that cannot be itioported bv fact. The great workers In every lir.incli of literary endeavor have been few in number. They have been meu and women of epoch, either brought Into strung achievements by exceptional events of the generation In which they lived, or themselves making their era notable. They have not drifted with the current of their lime. Ktpeclally I that true of tho drama; and while tlarehRve been hundreds of dramitlo writers of admirable taleut and praise worthy accomplishment, there have been few entitled to recognition as great dramatists. An enthusiastic admirer of Dion BoucIcauU declares of that dramatist that Undoubtedly be was veiterdav the moat rwiiwHt llvtBg writer of drama, and lu tbs long time to eoiue It will be elear that only balfadosen of Die most exalted name stand higher a dramatic authors tbau bis, and that there I no other ol hi generation tbat doe. "Wobave an Idea that one Sardou of Paris has written some thing that are so far above anything that Mr. lioucl caultcver did that the latter Is not even In the same class with the French dramatist. Of his English contempo rariee. Robertson, Tom Taylor, Willis and H. J, Ilyrou, not to cxolude others by omission, certainly rank with Hon cfeault. As for the dramatists of the past who stand higher than he, the names of a score occur at once. There were jftecbylus, Sophocles and Euripides among the Greeks; Plautus and Terence among the Romans; Alfierl amoag the Italians; Cervantes, I.ope de Vega and Cahleroa among the Spaniards; Cor Bellle, Voltaire, Mollere, Hugo, Dum Pre and Racine among the French; Letting ami Schiller amoae the Cer Biaas; Shakespeare, Sheridan, Mario ive, Beaumont, Fletcher and Koowles among the KnglUh. It Is the extravaganca of aduUtloa to assort tbat Itoucleault ranked with those diamatfais, or with others who baloag to that elass. He was aa admirable dramatie carpenter, a clever, brilliant writer aad a dramatic author of eapa efty. He was very far froai beiag oae of the world's great dramatists. New York Venua Maine. From Uu Bnttlgm MatU. l"oliOeally. Malae to like aa unoc cupied apaitaseat tbat to oaeaed oaoe a year to be dusted sad aired. New York, oa the contrary, fa at the vary vortex of iattUeciuai excitement aad agiutioa. Here ceatar all the faseas taat produce tae aaarveiaste olsesHiaHiesut of alaeteeath ceatury life. Here ad vaaaed thought aad all UbersJUisur in tueoees have their aiost uarestraJaed daveloasaeat Here the iaeaaaaat dis oisitnn of the pruUeats of scieaee. poii tfas aad society, the ebb and flow of Btiahly iasiuslrial tales, the cesuiesass at trlttoa of ideas aad a restless iaaovat faig Bsrit have created a public aeali saaai taat fa esdfglaaeiied, cathuiic, pro asasatsa aad aosainpoitlBB Yes, tae Xsapiie State fa a tdy, aasl eosaaareJ to it Matae fa a asase sea haas. U N.vr VV a a Qbild. Jbrt UnUm Ua- MaaaWU mUuif. Y. WotM TVs iNMlaeH at lavs tattle tosra of Alg$osaa asa ua ia assjai atfalaes Usa Mayor, wfao aas fothMdea Aa ma of star csKts.ees oa the sJdasvaata. Tber wiU vesy prabably toUliy ajsasgard 4m wHyi The afsyot cwtotJ sail a ptfsBsasjiaasjs aas ao saoaa rfajai ob the SKMWSJ1 1MB II ia Mtvm tas aeses)aaa Aiism The Betbalrasi ysurty wt get xfal of the Met tln' taa 8ousb fa Bat ssfaatiaaj to yaa attte tirevatittst fa tfal aMlkaeaX aasi adwtajsi ration of Use sssa afusth. Ko ssaa who vatortaln that idee fa at tohe a mi maar af Casssaaaa. sesr ep BsajaBBrie wss ajsBajrsaaar" un MuoaWy the faiaia stuyaj'. auoual rccrpUoa oeuus- The oixWuu le lb a , zoning" or tee new fajalonn in wc-urlu apparel Tbs eoaveun will bs tumty uil atlrai.Uc LIKE KILKENNY GATS. XIV YORK RRrUlUCAHS fATI A STfftMT MtlTlNfi. latt'resttet. atnt at Time UaritrU- mmtntt, ceimwavee Mt PMee Jrtwft Ilii tVHire TVinic at the Olttsn A latgeTy atteodetl rfteetlhg of Sfew York retMenteof the District wit WeW last sight at Grand Army Unit for the purpose of organising a 2fw York State Republican Association. F. O. levity was timporary chairman and C. H. Cherry secretary. Aftet Mf. Liwey hd called the meeting to order, he said It had been done without caucus ing and without any phn whatever. The meeting at the outsit showed I ml tea tbnsof a storm, but everything ws strene at It close. A motion wa made lo elct offlcer. While 31 r. Aldgate w offering an amendment that a committee be ap pointed to draft a constitution ami by laws ami to provide for a permanent organisations, he we Interrupted by Mr C. P. Stevenson, the secretary of the old organisation, who claimed that the meeting hml been called Tor the re organlration of the member of the old organization and not for the purpose of effecting a new organisation. A colloquy ensued between Mr. I,owey and Air. 8tevenon, In which the former anertid that the lesolmion otTereil by Major Curtl at the last meeting of the old astcclation, asking that the offlcer resign ami that a reorganisation be t Hetted, bad not been sdbnted entirely. "Oh, ye. It wa adopted," replied several person in the room, "ami you accepted it." "I only accepted that part of It," re piled 3Ir. Lowcy. "which called for the acceptance of tho resignations of the officers. I do not recollect anything In the resolution tbat called for a reorgan isation." Some confusion ensued, durloe which Messrs. Saxton, Iltttton nnd other re minded the meeting that they were on the eve of n political campstzn, and tbat there wns no time to be Iot. Mr. Ryan said: "We want nothing to do with technicalities; we want an oipsnlzatlon with new life and the old fossils .will have to stand aside. Wc havu men of Intcgtlly In this room who ore willing to conduct our nlTidrs, nnd if we are not going toorgsnizn and elect cflkirs we bad belter return to the washing 01 our old linen." Finally Sir. Stevenson wa nsked to read from the mlnules of the last meot Ing, which showed that the resolution of Major Curtis for a reorganization of the old association had been carried, and tbat n committee of three had been appointed to accept the resignations of the officers. Mr. Cherry asktd by what auth ul'y the call for the meeting (last nlgluN) hsd Ucn published. Mr. Stevenson again arose nnd said be was tin re to tight against any effort to orgarlse a t ew association. "If otfl or wereelecml," he said. "It mint be undr r the constitution nnd by law of the old association. " While Mr. Stevenson ws talking a n.aii with a strong brogue and wloUlin a cane aroie excitedly and sdd "that be wa tired of listening to bickering. If there was to be a reorganlzttlon, he for one would not eo back on tint old association, but would say good night," While leaving the room he was repeat idly called back, but made his exit, ex claiming. "I will not nullify myself," as he vanished through the ihxir. "You are having all to say," re marked another paity In the room to Mr. Lowty. "and you have raised a rumpus," Mr. Lowey wa still in con tention with Mr. Stevenson about ihe Curtis rcioluilun. The motion to elect officers wa with drawn. The question as to whether or not to accept the minutes of the last meeting wa decided In the negative by n large majoilty. A motion to elect officers was again made. Mr. Stevenson took a band In it aga'n. "The old New York organisation had been formed by the National Republi can Committee," said he, "and tho action taken by the meeting was an In sult to the Republican party. The meet ing, he claimed, bad beon packed for the purpose of organizing a new as sociation" ( cries of "order," "order," order.") Continuing Mr. Stevenson alleged "tbat Mr. Lowey bail been try ing for eight months to effect the or ganizatlon" Mr. Lowey You are out of order; you are out of order. Mr. Saxton rose lo a point of order, and peremptorily demanded that Mr. Stevenson take bis seat. He did. "Question I" "Question !' "Ques tion !" came froai all parts of the room. Messrs. Edward 0. O'lirlen aad Henry W. Andrews were placed In nom inatioa for president. Mr. Stevessoa offered a protest. The noslnatloae, however, went on all the ssuie, and upon the withdrawal of Mr. Andrews Mr. O'Brien was elected presldeat by accIamaUoa Mr. O'lMea, in accepting with slit cere awl cordial thanks the boaor cou ftritd upon blm. said be regretted the ill feeling that bad prevailed to some extent at the meeting, but added "tbat la our New York way of doing things. When we aie ready to vote we vote as a parly, aad for the party that has a its Wader Tbaas B. Reed, the Speaker of the House. " He had oaly beard warm cosBwendatloas of the Republican U Coagress, aad of the Executive. He waated the sew orgaaiaartoa to be a strosg oae, such as would reflect credit upna the State of New York. He would contribute ia tvtav way possible for its success aad would ask for the cordial co-operatioa of taa sueiaber. Meters- Stevenson, Martia aad Smith were placed ia aosaiaathia for crre spoadiag secretary. Mr. Steveaeou declined, but after aostte cosBpiiantBiary rasnarks bad beea saade as to his ablliiy to 811 the posiiioa, he said taat he would iksow awsy all fterlegft that he bad sfeowa during the meeting, as ha wished to see the orgaai nation lourfak. This little stjeack fsasa Mr Stevesttoa, who had at tret thrown a cloud oeer the proceedings of Use meeting, was re ceived with such favor that by their owb request the asases of Messrs. Mar tie asd Ssxith wese withdraws- aad Mr- SteveaaoB was elected by siiHaess tioe. Everything was working harsasv kuly. aad the other Olivers elected wase Cepiaie H. . Burtua. tot race preaideai; NursaaB tt Marti, record lag secretary, aad 4- B. Aldgate, treas urer. Treasurer Ahittate said, plaefuMy, that he would try to dw his duty, hut he ajfirht ha tasafiiad to elaeaus M ha bos' pleaty of booAe- Oa " " of Mr. 4 htirae the esu- e ""e es m veaSBJfeBPWav eBBWawsia ben of the nsgnrisjInB vase rmjueatoW to give their aaasai aad iihlmaiiii, ag4 Messrs. J. E AUgaJe, 0. 8. Stavtwao. Csptsia H lurtaB. H B- Bchuer aad Charles Jsusiap wese mpiatod 1 caj 1 Butttta? uswel ouaalfauAkMB. aias) hg lews- Pteshieat Edward C. O Brfeo, First Vice Presideat il E. Bui tun. and Cor iispottdlBtt Secretary C s Suveaeus were spfiwiaUU a ccauuliUe :u Uejus porlaliuo CARDINAL GIBBONS W1LLBE THERE To open he ratr for lh Iteneflt or t ler'a Uhflfch A cTnd fait ami bar.at for tm befrtflt of ?t. Petet' s Oathoflc Chnrch will he opened next Ktwnlay attmfitf by Cardinal Gibbons at the new church on the orrne-r of mroml and C street southeast. Tabic and booths will be erected in the andltortwm of the church in various designs of ornamental archi tecture. The booth are very hamliome, ami were dr-slgned by Messrs. Johnston A Short, architect, and a coftw of decorators from Mote A SeW, iine mueh A Bro. and other art storm have been engaged dnring the last week In trlmmtng tntm. The following gentlemen hve charge of the various committee of th fair: Arrangements, Mr. eirren Ifcmnelly; print ing t fWir AVw. Mr. W. H. LaiMvottt; rireptlrtn, Mr. M. I. Weller; amnseimnt, Mr (ieorge R. Repettl; music, Mr. Joseph attemrver; prlre Mr. George F. TUfWn; ofler. Mr. I,. K. Itrown; door, Jfr. A. U. Sbaw; rotlertton and canvassing, Csptaln William 9mlth. The paddle booths are In charfe of Mtssrs. W, II. Lartdvolgt and James X. Fltrpatrlck, with Frank Hebttock, D. F. Craven, Thorn Dougherty. Patrick Maloney, OeoTe French, Al. Mosher, Frederick M. Price, J. A. Dug an ami J. O Marcemn a assistants. The 1 wiles In charge of the several fancy booths are a follow: Sacred Heart booth, Mr. B. A. Fleliliell: So dality booth, Mr. Cnstel and Mies Nnih; Sunday school booth, Miss Satab Har bin; Ladles' Benevolent Society booth, Mestlame Fox, Diggs and Ober; the flower Imwer, Mis Adelnt.de Davis; confectionery booth, the Misses Hreena ban. Besides the main booths are several annexes, In chnrgo of Mrs. Ilurdlne, Mis Imle Waltemcyer, Miss Hudson, Misses Castoll nnd others. Tho Dlnlrlct Aiiproprliitlon. HMtor UrUk: I observe that the aot making appropriations for the District of Columbia for the current fiscal yenr provides $15,000 In two items for the pavement of North Cnpltol street, be tween K and M street, $10,000 tor one side of the street and $5,000 for the other side; whereas thoro la 110 con ceivable reason why there should be any difference whntevcr In tho oxpene of the two side of the same street In the contemplated Improvement. I sec two other Items In thu appropriation In which the dicrepancy Is nearly ten time rrenter than in the two above in stancetl, and other errors of more seri ous Imjiort. This legislation comes of the bill hurrlul tbreiuuh the House of Repre sentatives by Mr. McComas at the be ginning of the present session of Con gri ss. S. C. Ci-uikh. Washington, I). C, Sept. 30, 1800. A .Now e'jcl Clut). The following offlcer were elected at the tegular meeting of the VI ior Cjcle Club held at the residence of Mr. Eugene D. Harrington, 117 Sixth street northeast: President, K. S. Morgan; vice president. It. M. Frost; financial itcrttury. J. II. Smith; recording sec re tarv, K. A. Harrington; treasurer, W. M. C-arrett; scrgeant-nt arm, .1. K. Tlbbetts; chronicler, F. P. Llbbey; boarel of governors, Jlossr. W. 0. Harper (chairman), W. O. I.own, IS. McCarellu. II. D. Glover, J. lkrdltxef ski and R K. Durrab; captain, John Scrivener; first lieutenant, C. M.Lewi; second lieutenant, C. W. Hecox. The club has secured handsome quarters at iNinutcontu street ami rennsyivanm avenue, and will take formal possession on Tuesday next. Juvenile Tlilovn In Court. There has been a gang of small colored boys operating in the Centre Market of latu and stealing everything they could lay their hands on. Yester day afternoon the leader and one of the other boys were looked up at tho Twelfth street station. Henry Green, tho leader, was lined $5 this morning and the other boy reprimanded. . 1 1 11 WHthlonena Block Exchange, Bale Kegular Call 13 o'clock m. Ecklngton and Sol J tors' Home HallroaJ. 'JO at ef. American Uraphopbone, 10 at IdJ, AliiceUaneoua Honda U. 0. Klwttlc Ugbts 1st, 0'. 100; U. 8. Electric Llcht 2d, 0's, 153; Vf. & O. It. It. 10-10 O'a. K'!-38, 108; W. & Q. Convertible, 6'a, 130; JUsouta IU11 AM'n, 5'a, C W36. 107, Wuh. Market Co.. 1st Mort., O'a, 110; Wsih. Market Co., Imp., 6'a, 110: Inl'd A Infantry, lat, ', JOCH. W; Waab, Lt. in fantry, Sit, 7'a, 1W1, S; Wash. Ua Uut Co., 6r. A, &t, 117; Waah. Gas Light Co., liw. B, 0's, 118; Uyglenic lee Company, lat Mart., 6s, ; American Security aud Trust, 101. National Bank Stocks Bank of Wash ogton, 460; Sauk ot Republic, 3T0, Metro politan, StG; Central, 870; fieeond, 20U; Farmers sad MecbaQles', IBS; Citizens'. Its); ColuaiUa, 17V- Capital, 119: West End.vS; Traders', 137J; Lincoln, 118. Railroad Btocka Washington asd Georgetown, 30; MstropoUUn, 168, Co lumWa, 7U; Capitol and North O Street, 83, EcklBRlOB aud Soldier's Home, OH', Georgetown and Twmalljtown, 54, Bright woudT . 1 wurasre Stocks Fireoass's, 44, frank lin, so, MeUopoilUu, bt; NatioaaJ UBtou, au, ArlUiguw, lhO, CweeraB.a&iiColeuu ula, 17t; Geraiaa-ABerieaa. 16. Poloanac, -O; Mtggs, si; feopie'stl: Liacota,S. Ittle laauraskce Stoeka Keal Ketste Title, 1-35, Columbia Title, Si ; Washington Title, . Uu and Electric Lteht Stocks Waabtaz um Oss, 471; Georgetown Gas, 4o; 0. S Ekctfie Light, 155. Teiephaae Stock r'aMSivsaia, M Xhesapeake sad futoaaae, 78; Amsrteej UMlibopbABe, 16J. MWelJaeeoas Stoaks. Wsshiagtaa Mar ket Co., 17i; WasUagtoa Krick Maehtae Co., 851); Greet falls Ice 0. US, BaB Bus fasMsaaaa Co., ); Nattttad Sato 0 stoeit. 935: WiihlMtea Sate Deneast. UsS Waaksatftos Losa sad Trust Oe.. 4f; Na skiaal Typofraphtf, tl; MrgsalnW, S; Paoaaiatk Sua Caritae, I; AineiSsan Seeawsty aad trust Co., 65: Uaaale UalL ; BjleiMkVe lee C., Wk Tatar Oeeaa Living Witnesses Who tseaUr to the veeidtar eunstw samsai U Jteoa lewaaariHs ass loaad all eaar the oosjejaT. VSkS sssasjiabss saoosas of tSjasar gnisiiBSilit- srriai -'"r T-t if - -ir is uaapasstsjasi esar aiSavesl so aasstt lassss UaatriaaoatEtie. Thss Is aaataehs swat that at sms eaaatir what wa sialsa is will sVo- Us euws tut Bauer osssslaawa; its aae(ieaii rs ior siasTte11" I Ujtmmvi saier triad U, iki eu. Haa ed U'Uh stMlutaa "I WM raa Aom tros oiose awUcittaiei to woe, bat wa told 1 had ssabvt. aad was eVoaad with epitslas, etc.. wssah was aaasa, I SVeeMsd to take Boud'a earsaaarilt aad ass ap IsaJtod stssssg sad rhssrrsl IsSaissS-htfas- atwtU bsasat ear who gse I aMr irial." tiuus S. ftbuuaa. W SfisstVI t yew To city. Hood's Sarsaparills auMbyaJldfuKUta i , kts tot A uttly b e. I SOoD CO.. Luwell, Mass. A Vay gj, fisakUaaear FOR A GOOD SHOE iflSIT son & Carr's For an Easy Shoe OO TO WILSON & CARR'S. We eatrr the mwt tjeee Patent Leather smws fee laiute ai ewe itrmeB at Jtapatrat Wilson & Carr's rnMilonnlileMioo .lion. Ko. ao r KTKtnrr x. w. wasn'airtOR, u. a BALTIMORE STORK, 1 miii 0 wkst ii.viri.iioitn sTitniir. OFPtOK OF W. A. PIERCE & CO., St'CCKSSdR'3 TO E.. 0 BAVI8, T JIARRKT SrAOB. Corner of Hlglith S'reet. If roitean spare a few moment ami devote thorn lefm. Wo think you will bo nmply re paid for vour tlao. Wo will make some very startHBU price In Silks, Waek Dros Goods aud Itoiisekceptni: Linens. SILKS. 2 pieces Oros Grain Silk, SCO yard; reduced from 5e. 6 piece Surah Silk, !0o Jil.; redneett from 'Oe. 5 piece Surah Silk, We yd.; rediteed IromTSo. fipleee SnrahSllk.tSexd ; red need from 87I 5 piece Armure Silk, $1.00 yard; reduced from SI. HI. S piece Armure 811k, J I. Si yard; reduced from J1.37I. 5 piece Armure Silk, Sl.tOynrtl; reduced from 11.75. 3 pieces I'allle Silk, St yard; redueeil from SI. CO. 2 pi mps I'ou do Sol Silk, S1.ro yard; reduced 2 piece 11 omstltehed Surah Bilk, fl.K yard; retlsced from !1 M. 2pteo Canton Crepe Silk, SLSft ynrd; re- clactil from Si SO. 2 pieces Japanete Crepe, 31. "& yard; rediieeit frimiSS.tO. 2 plette JapsBSte Crepe, J2.00yanl; reduoed from St SO. 2 piece Japanese Silk, ii 16 yard; reduced from SI.S0. 1 Piece -lBth .lapaaeee Silk, I1.1CJ yard; re duced from $ 1.171. 2 4ee Jaraaete Silk $1.00 yard; redueed froml.. 2 pieee JapaaeteSIlk (Cream), 11.00 yard: re duced from 31.23. 2 piece Japaaeee Crepe (Cream), $1.2S yard; rrduAil Iran SI SA. 2 pleee White Dotted EumIi, SUM yard; re duced from J1J9. 11EJ1NANT8 OP bILKd. (For today only.) 5 ranla ro Orals Silk, lold at .. Item naat Prke Ilfl fer pte. S yardu (Iro Grain Silk, told at !.6. Item cast Irlee S B0 for iileee. Si yard Gro Grain 811k, aoid at ft. Item naat Price S for pleee. 7 yard Gro Grala Silk, sold at Sl.se. ItemssBt Price St for pieee. 24 yard Gro Grain Silk, sold at J1J0. IlemnaBt I'rlce $t fi r plree. M yard Faille bilk, sold at 5. ItemBsnt rriseSTforpiete. Si yard Faille Silk, Mid at UM. Itemaaat Trie Sis for piece 8 yarda Faille frilk, told at SI M. IteaM&at 1'ilee ST for pieee. 7) yarda Faille Silk, told at Sl.TS. Reawaut Trlee tt for piece. H yard Set In ltbadame, told at $IX. Itemnaat Prise tT for pleee. S yard libadziaer, Mid at SI. Iteassaat Price S JO lor pleee. 7i jards Armure, seld at Jl.W. Heamaat Tilce St for pleee. I1LACK PRBSS GOOP8. In thla department we devote a veryereat amount of tlsie ana labor la earefaliy ae- leetlot delraWe wears and reliable btaska tbat hi, geed tbat we ess gaarastee not to tursroaty, 40 laeh FreBefa Serve S 56 yard SS do Garnet's Hair, ia raff effect CO yard 43 do Meealr GOyard do Caabmere 60 yard JO do (to SSyard 40 da da 7Syard 48 da do ISSysrd 4( do Henrktta.... Tiyanl 45 do da ., 1 GOyard M is da 12Syard 4 ea Fveaah Saiaa. l&Oyaid 44 da da 1 ti yd. fet da Freaata Caaaei'i Hair Seres I yaad 4 da Maewnn.. , 7 yard da IMttuattaa. Myaad 42 da da , IGOyaad 4 da Mabair lMyard 44 da btrk Wara Mtaaialla IS yard t da da da tseyaal 4 so ta da llSyead do da do 2Syad 42 do do da 2Myad 4t do do BsaadaAlasa... ISSyard 4fl do da da .-. t Myasd 44 do da de ... lWyaed Oar balk Wmb Stasd yaa wall aad of aa perbiteaiily aad tsVtah We seaaivad tat week a vary la await seat of Latea Yefls aad ahawta ia ad aaat khM. Yuu kaow waat thata aaads a, so taare b) aa as ait af our tnlMns a boat tea. UXbi. S lasces TaJWe Liaca, m He par yasd. S idease 7aaia Xiiaaa at ids aer yasd, WpieowTaM Idaaa at Me par yaad. l4aoeTjkMaliaeBiaSlpyaei, plum Teat Uaaa st SMS par yaad. S Ida ftUsia Ustaaat SIJSJ par yaad. 9 aLaes saais Liaaa at SS par said, Asto to taa aaaat biaaaiiad' IWNat Ms Va WaMa aad Ckdaj HaaJhSSS esasatssi J leBSaaak. tt deaaa naJat Faajsr as LaWXt(Tuw,bi an aadSaaa XtBU0 sUsW tittCeWMI u d-sMav Abo to t aa isstwrtsd W, A, PIERCE 4 C0 siMm Cvoar Sbjatb tsreet. BOt'OATfOWAfc. TI1K COI.tMIItAN WSlVKKStrV. nm t oLUMmCj" stymwitt LV? JL 9CWOD1,. jaSb r. wwfl8(llA;.,JejMent. Run. .TmS M HARtA5, LL.D., (AKveat .lesttceof the n.S.Snprenw cwart). rrnferor of Copstltnnonaunrisprmtenc aim or mwie ana mvate imernaironai i.w. The Hon. WALTBH 8. fDX, I.L.TI , (Assfe Jesftee ot uiwesse court, D- trtrtof ColnmMa), rrrfor ot the Law or Beat and Terxmal Property, of rontract and ot iniwes and yimtemeantir. The Hon WILLIAM A. MUJRY, U.JD., (Assoetate Attorney ereneral of the tiatred mate. rrefesror of Kejnttr .rsmBrmtswB. of CJom- moii Law and kqnltvrhssirm: ami ot the Law of Kvtdeow. The nm. Aramti s. worthitoto. LL. B , (FoTTfttrly V. ntsirlct Attorney, I)ttriet of ixrtnmbta). Leetiiwr on Cr'raHial nesiintig and rraettee rd on Ll BtBttOfTaphT. WILLIAM F. MATTtRBLf . KQ . Lecturer on Practical comtnerel 1 Law. IIBNRTK. DAVIS.A.M.L'.M . (Porrrerly Assistant Attorney ot District of Uriumhta). Aioctterrefesorfrraottce..lnilenf Mont fotirt and Lermreron the History of Law. HOB8RTO reX. I, L. l).Treinrer. The orenltig exrcle of the Iiw School will tafce place In lite Law Levtnre Hall of the University e. corner isth ami tt street! northwest, on WB1)KBSI)AY, October 1. at $ o'clock p. m., when aMree ! explica tion of the courses of leclnr will be made by the rrotwsors. anil when other annotuee tsents will be made for the current seliolastle year. Thelectnre Come of Mr. Jntlie IIAIt LAN on thee'onstltutlonal.Iurisnni(teneeof the Vnlted State will be enlarged and will bo suprlemetitetl by a iw course on Pnhlle nd rtlrntc International Iaw. Ills lectures will be dellttred weekly thronch the entire sebolaitle year. The othr rrofesor will Bntoitnee the ex tcnslen elren to their several conrjes. Tho lw Library, which lias received large additions. Is open dally (Sundays ex cepted) lor study and reference. boolctles for leral ilebft o and associate studr exht In connection with t'e school Tbe licalMrnr and Librarian wilt bedAl'y In attendance In the Ijiw Library frnraao. ra. till 6 o'clock p. in., to enroll ttmteots and answer Innnlrle. ..,,, ,, Catalotnes, nlvln detailed Information, ran tio obtalneit at the book stores of W. lt. Morrison. 184 rstn w. and of Lowdermllk A Co.. 14 F st n w, at the office of the- Treas urer. 14ST Pa ave. or on nnollcntlon made to solS,tw. J A M BS C. WfiLLINIJ, President. L THEBERLITZSCHOOLof LANGUAGES 74 Iltb Street Northwest. Rest ar.il Most Practical Instruction. TBItJtS, S10. llranche In New York, Boston, Philadel phia, Chicago, Pari, Derlln, London, eta. 27,1m GEorgetown Unlverslly School of Law FACULTY. REV. J. 11AVBVS RICHARDS. 8. J.. President of thn University. CHARLES W. HOFFMAN. LL. D.. Dean of tho Fneuttv. HON. WILLIAM A lMCHAItflSON. LT D., (Chief Justice C. S. Court ot Claims) Leetuier on Metntory and Adnaln'strattre Law and I esal Mnxlmi. MARTIN F. MOttRIH, LL. U.. I r-murer on Con tltmlonal ami Interna- tlci.al Law, Admiralty and Comparative .liirlapruilenee HON. JEREMIAH M. WILSON, LL !.. Lecturer on the Lawi.fKenl BaUteandthe Law of Evidence. HON.ANUHKW C. lilt MILKY (.liHtkeStiprcrct) Court, District of Colum bia I, Lecturer on Common Law. Plead loirnml Giiuliy Jurisprudence. JOSKPII J. 1ARLIN(1T0N,LL. D.. Lecturer on the Law of renonal Property, Contracts ami Negotiable Paper. OKOHOK K. HAMILTON, LU I)., Lecturer on tho Law of Partnership, Corpora tion, li autlee and Tmtamentary Law. It KOtW PKItltY, A.M., Lceturir on Criminal Law, Domestlo Rela tion and Torts. MOOT COURT. Circuit Court: Prof eieortre K Hamilton. Court (if Aprfli: Profa. Martin F. Morris, Anlrew C. limdley and It. Rom Perry. Introductory lecture aad announcement for the rntulnc term at the Law llnllillnit, comer Sth and F la. n. w,on WEIlNIhlUAY, OCT, 1. at 6) p. ro. All lnturentwl areoor illally Invited to attend. Too library, now comprlalDK tho Eneluh and leading Amer lean loporta and the latest text books upon ranut lfpal lubjecta, I located In the Law Ilulld Inp, with rommodlom reading; room at taehed , and will be open from H u m. to 10 p. ra. dally. huDiIayi excepted.to atiideatsoad alumni of the Mbool, Tbo lecretary can be rcen at the Law Dulldlng on Tuemlays, Thursdays and Satur day, from 71 to SO p. to., for Information, esro41mBt, eto. Circulars aivlaff ooune of study, trms, etc., can be obtained at book stores of W. 11. MorriaoB. ItHF st.n.w., aad Lcwdermllk it Co., lli 1'st.n. w ,and at W. 8. Tlwmnson'a drug store, 71W ISlhst. n. w., or on applioatlon, personally or by let ter, to the uderlnned B. M. YKATMAN, seplO-lm Secretary and Treasurer. ACADEMY OF TIIE HOLY. CRt8S, 1S12 Mans. Ave.. Afford every facility for acquiring a thor ough education In literature, maale aad art. Tbe Instruments taugbt are piano, barp. vkw lln, guitar, mandolin and banjo. Languages, general voeal, drawlag and faaey work free. ae!2,ly TSJ ATIONAI. MEDICAL COLLEGE-MEDI-X eal and Dental Deranmetta of Ihe Columbian University. Tbe rixty-nlntb aa Daal course of medical lecture and fourth dental court wtil bogiu on Wednesday, October lat. at 8 p. m-. In the College Uolld lag, SvS II at n w. Introductory medioal lec ture by Professor William Lee. if. D. Deatal Introductory by Prof eaaor Mark M, Flaley, D. D S The autumn examinations will be bold on Tburiday Oetoberd. at 7:30 p m. For circular ot both departments apuly tu Dr. A. F. A. King. Dean. 7M Tblrteeatb at a w. Office boar 9 to Ml a. ra. aud 4 to Su. n Teleiiboaw 66, mpJi-lM. SPEKCERI AN Bl'SINBlifi COLLBGB Co. 7th and D ate B. w . KBSDraeea oix oeaHjuw, vi! Febool of Practical Baelaes aafl Aeaoaata behool of Preparatory Freetfoal Basiiah. ebool of Stuxtbaad aad Typewittiag. Suaool of Speaceriea PWatloal Peasaaaaatp. bebool of Mediaaieal aad ArcblUetaral 1 rawttur. f esool of Civil ServUe Tiulniag. Dayaadliiabt aetkioa. lllattrated Cata iosaas lre. H C. SPBVCHkl. LL.B.. Fria4pl. MBS. SAMA A MFENCBR. Vioe-Priaaipil. aat.tf THE CORCORAN MiKKTIFiC SCHOOL O tae Colambiaa Volvenity Tmi achoot wtUopea at o'clock p. at, eXTTOBlE 1, wttb the foBowtag eoaiaa of iasSraattoa. Vts: All daparl aaaat vf aSerUaa. Motae- saailea. Civil aajriaavrtag, mniutrr, Aeiy- S&baalaal aad otbar bra'anbea of wnb laeture cour oa Satruaoaar. . udoav. Zoobwv. Botany, etc All aaaat hi tae eveniair. mai axe ooan to both SdaVeel IajStT affaeTt JaeiiiT BiCisVStalrMapH aUHkavV aat aaaaebft Daaa. Profaaeor E. T. FMUTOB. lTd. aelSlm. ST. CdCBUA-6 ACAB8MY FO YOUMG LABUS AKP CBlUaRXX Mopaa MosiBAY, amv. s- Maato aad Fesutiad Maaatva apaftliil vt Qtwam uswif utk WWjPa" y -4g ayaTaff 4? nm, apd Wa. WH. . WtMSU, NMiiMiawj wit.1. SfiaefiaaV ajBaBBeepaapa" aaaaajaaeaaF "naaaeeeaar" mr-wm fagltaajajp. 3sttaaay GiatSSdaV eeiadaadtdSJSae9SeT Mm ! CaaMet tisjlii Itsjir fpaajqr TW IsetJaatdJtY aVaXL. aaeaJHaedi aJHsaaVS eVttWML 9a)e YMRNfi LdJaUaa. AtfSiKaaaaaaTaaj iA SflAfteeiiVy ttUaM JpiAlnBab. MHi leajliUiU llttat MUM SaaaaaaaaaiP aaaelajp PeBap seses" a f aXVTd WHati. chriaUB- tarts oe4oj ocTOJUtit . Vor i.'aMiic aadrM MOStEMAgY BALL, A IBAIGH'8 GFAND OrFRA HOTJ9. to srettT AT , Last Performance of THE SEA KING, rrwented by the William J. Giiiwo V Ith a Great Star Cat, Rich Cottime. Ele gant mty, lnoreel Chori and Angnnniert Orchentra nirected by the Comppaer. West Week-SOL MIITH RU88RLL In a rmm RiLATio.s. Mtt fcfcw Ml . 21 tf sr it ' t ----- - - - - - -VTLY? jTATItypTAI, TW SATKB.-EXTKA. sam; iif itr.sr.it vr:i nkatn asi noxns nw OPEN For the Engagement of the DE WOLF HOPPER OPERA BOUfFE COMPANY, In Byrne Kerker' CASTLES IN THE AIR THE COMPANY. Mr. De Wolf Hopper. Mr Thorna i). Kembretofce, Mr Alfred RIe'n. Mr.Bilmnnd Stanley. Mr. Llndsny Morrioa, Mr George Wade. Ml Delia Fox, MK nna eVRcefe. MIm Hylrcster Corrilsh, MiMEIrlaCrox. MM Lily For, Miss May Levlnge, Ml! LoulM Elgir. Mr.AD0I.ni NOWAK, Murioal Director. rnioBe-si.io, ji.too. nndato. at.it N EW NATttlNAL TIlKATnK. f.Tery evening, Wed. and 8at. Mats. Beginning MONDAY, BEPT.M. MARKS' NEW Tho Largest. 8tronrct and Het Speotalty Company In the World. September M-RE WOLF HOPPER OPERA BOUFrB COMPANY. t HARRIS BUOU TnKATRK.-One Week. Commencing MONDAY.SEPT. W. Otnnd spectacular Production or tub SENSATIONAL NAVAL DRAMA, A PERILOUS VOYAGE, By HARRY MEREDITH. A Superb Cat Elf gant Now Scn 'ry. burprlslng Mwlmnloal HITect. Next weK-MlLTON NOULB4. 9ifl t mi NEW WASHINOTON THEATRE. tmiST TO MOIIT! TO-NiailTt Oracil Frrtwolt Perfoimanceof I.lihTKH PICKED AND VAt DSVILLE Alil.KIV'S SCARS. Annie Hart. Daly and Devero, The Hlgh'ey. 1'rofrMor Feeman. Mme. Alboitlna, Adi'lp'i, Mile. Marie, elo. ihe Great Hilton and I.KSTi:it unit AI.1.IJV, Poiltlrely Lat Appearance of MON8. PARISIAN ARNOLD BALLET KIHALI'Y'S TROUPE. ML1.B. JOSEPHINE DEROSA, .lEAHNErTA, Edith Pearl, lwnttne do Flure, Louise A. June Itfcel Krerly, Henrietta Leo and Florange Eveniteln. Week Commencing Monday, September 39, Ladle' Matinee Tuee , Thur. and Sat, First Appearance This Season of Gus Kill's World of Noveltie n 01 OU8 HILL. Champion Club-tjlngtr.aml eillARLBS II. UOKY, Celebrated Ail-Around Club-Juggler, Slll.OOO lor Tlielr liuul. 4-SCHRODE BH03-t Tba Famona Acrobat. 83.UU0 for Their Kqunl. Cbln, Bd. Kogen. Kitelle Wellington, Emilia l'eare, chaa. ). teymour, F. J. Ruber aad Klity Allyne, Gilbert Barony, tbe Evan, Eddie and Joale. Invincible! Inoomnarablel Immense! Greatest All-Feature Sbowl Aeknowledged American Artlstst Numerous New Noveltleet Next weefc-TONY PASTOR A (X) GLOBE THEATRIC. MONDAY. SEPT. 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