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THE DAITjY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2f, 1890.
r-rr: The Daily Critic CAPITA! (MH wa VatkthftoH. sf ffls iMtHilW6M &MfiC 8jSrlxv 95a? SjgTKBIf M6ilTMvyIl WAflWWfflW CWT ft C ,., alio i 1 .ii i ......-.. --. laertk CMMmlitinRr. HM CRiTiC, aaasaaslamaiiiiMaii iiian mi ii. hi . i i.hii- n i vtwtnmtaH, D. C, ncfomit 30. w. A SfOYKL &LECTIOS DETiUB Some shrewd partisan, prnbabtr aa cld-liwie "wrwker," ha hstrerj a drcttlnr ailtfttsaerl to the neero Itepwbllcans of I'fcliatretpril ami iennylraitla. The Htrmbltcen rmrtr In ihat city anl State ilijwfctls on Us negro voters for Its majority. Tbls cltcnlar cutis the at Unlfo o the colored, rttltens lo tUe f cl thai tbe Hetmbltcans have raited a fuetl of About f KW.0O0, of which the cohrrctl voter should have bis share. The circular aajtls that If tbe voter ml ilreasetJ tfoes sot jret 10 of tbe n mount it will be his own fault, as wmelcxly will get It for him. The circular then, with an Ingenuity worthy tbe cause, rewmweiHl that the roloretl btetlircn form themselves Into flubs of five or ten ami notify the lie ttiblleans that when rent for they will otf, but not until they have been given their share of the bootlle. If this ftilvlce to strike be followed by tl e colored Republicans It will paralyz the bosses. The party can't win with- nt tbe help et Its colored cohorts, but there are so many of them, and the de mand for money for other purposes 1 so treat, that It they follow the advice given In this rlrcular It will bankrupt the corruption fund before the "Boaters" are reached. We are told that In Pennsylvania thousands of dollar are expended ut i lot- eli lions by the HeimMlerin, tint Ir In Luting the volt of rl.n'er, titii in bold Ins: lirjte number nf thflr n-vn 0tei, who, bavlac no hope of honhrs, insist on cold cash In hand. If to these hd other twee money mut be siipplle 1 to bold tbe colored vote In line, it wilt be Impossible to fry enough fat out of tbe manufacturers to carry the day. Tbe circular Is out ami beyond recall. Its work of mischief is accomplished beyed undoing. All that Is kfttbe Ixwog to do is to swear. A KAII. WAKXIXU. representative Kkhk, chafrma-j of ib Democratic State Committee, sayt tbstany Republican who goee to I'oan tylvanla ami votes who Is not cleuly entitled to that privilege will be arrested and prosecuted. He explain that the law of that State provides that cllUens employed la tbe Departments here do not lose their elllreashlp there by reason of tbtlr absence from home on the busi ness of tbe General Government. A laree number of Qovernseat em ployee, cltlaens of 1'eensylvjalii, be ay, "held orHee under a.tHriBM) awl Ahthvr and were afterwards removed by President Clevblaxd for cause. Then they lost their cltlaeatklp uale they returned to Pennsylvania and lived in that State. Hut most or them did net de this. A great many of them re watned here. In thin way they ton their eltiaeasblp In Pennsylvania Uvea if they bad voted every year of tbe four tbey were out of office, ualesi they bad bee In Pennsylvania au.l had reeletered tbe year before tbey bad ac cepted oeBee here, tbey would not be citlaeM of Pennsylvania. We have made a Hat of these men and Ami that these are nearly two bundled of tbem. As tbey are at entitled to vote we ate determined that tbey shall not, and I would advU every one of tbem to stay borne, ae tbey will be proeeeiited to tbe f idles I vilest of tbe law." It wattUI seem to be fooHab for anyone to nm tbe risk of Jell for tbe seke of Wising a ballot for Dblaxatsk. Tbe vote of tbe two bundled, whose right to vote Is coavUseted, will not afreet tbe i newts one wee or tbe other. Tboy will, omeequeatry. lay thimiilvee ogoa to proMrursne for notbinj? if tbey pifeia la votiag. Whotbor Pattuok or Dauu urn be eiaotssi, tbe majority will bo in tfe tbrniaansbi Tbe cbsmeoe seam to Ineor Vmum. At any rate tbe rauso of baUMsst Howetomeot will be subserved by bin wreeai Dclaiutsw steswis for baassom In noUtscs, moaoaoly bt aaTairs, n4 eaerwft metbodi in Oovernmen'. TstM arosrrno ait of New York are fcetttac oa Tasamaay. that to. wbeo thy bet. for that eJactioa Udustry to lagftislebwg Osjeof tbe saortee plates Us nwes for ibe ttgbt aetsbkg to be that Use "noes etoa't kaow wbat b mto d tkst etetieej kiak." Tbe '." U aaag "te't aatow oa tbe nsw3Sjrg w pppwawe s samj trw mmk w atafase, sonaoa nasi eor- m Uwr kaow mate sAnsatttnt IsanU Ism neanehMS atsabt te eanannpsneiBj t wsjsf awswnw "naBmn anar kigsllar Tffnelt ibeir gaaw" t tlja fla HaMtyw iuir aye: 'Taa siltgaal asMoeary af goM la target- tfataaasm astt asmmsl tl taalasPat W IgUsamsasaammmsal saaTatsVillll atanaajgai. ajga sbbsbbs' enawnapwant' naFis'pnsniBjnBingm' maaawnaie bg taJMai waa awga gf aia of tat. Tb Hn1 Wan to f uli of laiiinlatf ttaai wka Wamai as scftute for wmwat ta iaat cbjlna to catca taaiarfgot. Taaaaat ii - sm" i agyg. Aguuk-b-s; Wig,. yjaA--W A MkUaA ft w ajsV aaaBBBBBBjaana'a fsagap neBananvanaF amr nasnnaaw aaVaMsMaaasI VaaaMsV tfsMt saasatfaaamC Gmtf CsaMnasaW aw anslaoad aafl previous easaasav 4 usjl 9t sfce cartevelc4 a irryisatalaWW Tfc btt taa m oo us pastafa awt tag ; aynniaa toaasv At turn. Yua MwJ-x. ceiebrsJlijo la lew Voik on Muoday uigbt Cualhx M Ltitw labt Vua Hvi.raa u born a few months after Waitis. ton died. During tbe two centuries of all tbe gmt men avu great! tMtra titers) are oDly two who stand owl wtta universal esteem. Thme two are WAawuroto" and Vwt Mot.tuB." Dwan't Mr. fht rw tblnb tbat AwtAmm t.rrrt.! H a man wbo stanIs out whit ttnivertal eMeMB? SI OtJttwToSfc sys ttm during tire jfMsvt fine yets tlra fllnfefttiW, nodnty otl iM fmrtlrcnl eoftdltlon of Eng IM nsa Wflrwwwaly Improved. t0i Ik O. n. M. refer to thai pan of Kg lasxt whieb Ereuctal I? xvr detcrllWi In bit book. "Darkest Eoeland?" It t Atr that Canadian nvMWf I ftfrh"g In How Ohio dWrlct. Votew sbf-nld take notice that Cans la prists a four dollar bill, tt wou I be rwufb on a hotHt voter to uk one IblaMng K wm a V rottfttTrrttoftn irwt Bnn nir of ! Toik bas a great manyfr'eid At tnt be bee nee nwti in a frlendlv way -100.000 times sluw tbf MKtit.Rv Tatif! law west Into efTect. Jbttt vntrt's frlebds are bard to suit. Tush ts a wtll-aulWwrtlcnttxI rwmw that Mr. Mt t neglected to register. Arte lor World. That itoarm't rafer to Mr. Mtno of tbe fifth Jlnryk ul district, lie bss tegislered, ami 111' name will be Dennis Otto. 1'. Mojibt, late of the docu ment room of tbe Hotie, has become editor of a paper in Green wl, Mta MontT iuhKis tbe mare go, mil It doesn't always nuke the paper go. Fmi l)n 1Ii..ni statement tt would appear that Sirrtso Jtrf.i.. Instead of urging on the Sioux to outbreak, Is en deavoring to hold them beck. Sitting on the proposition, as It were. Ax rstkhmisino Itmx lnwjed a fellow-countryman In Xew York and robbed him of $30 The police then laoed the e. t. and yanked him Into jail. I)k. Knokk is thr Republican cimli date for Congress In the Fourth South Carolina district. He U oppited to the Mi Kixi.kv act and the Louor bill. A IIi.oominuto.x (ill ) paper In? found two men who want to fee ll.n ntsox re elected. Prolmbly the Post matter ami his deputy. Kcsik SMOKiNd of otgarette hilled a young man In Xew York. A tittle thlnK like that won't affect the cigarette trade at all Tiik rwipo-iTi'Ot to allov wo ne i t erve as lay iielente to thi Melholsi General Conference was r Kl d vvu In this city yesterday. Thr Xkw Youk llRrn-nur tx Ci.ub Is sending pemnr-raU to Xew York 1 1 vote for the P. M. I. ticket. SrKAKRK Hhro's procession hu? ar tlvl at St. Paul. ltxw) MRI.IRVRS In piece, If It's bl t sough. JOTSL ARRIVALS. J4rtrBritnn. U. UVIIr. IkeStrailM, fleorge Koufew i,l C'barlvs Klny. Now ixk; 1MM K. JubMtw, i'riiMHrtoe, X. J. .atiQn .i. A Stin!r, U'arrontoii, Va ; Gttofgtt II. Vmiue. V. A. l-ante uuil V. A. Tucker. Sew York; W'lllUm A. Klrby, Auburn. N. Y ; M. Slrshjn. Rk for.t: (leonte W. Arebor. Mtebmonil. Va.; It. 5i. l-iVf, New lUva; Wilson TlmtchM-, WestHelil. Mum. St. JaiHei Vsu Caniii BuU and Wilton Eru, l'MUUelpfaia: L'barlesK. HunWeer, Jm4 A. CmsmIv and J. Wsrreu Vv, New York, Dr. W. II. rrair, Mauetou, Va.; II. F. CorUee, Ctueinnall. HHord" (5htk Soutbwlek awl A. f. Chwe. New York; V. P. Foster and A. M. Koe.tr. HosUmi; O. F. Hkbard, New York; T. J. Ktlly ami wife, Knoxvitle. Tone. Hi00J. V. IIej man ad J as K. Dtrle, New York; II. N. iHansbury, bMton; W. II. Todd U Wife, lHtlMBA. Wtlettr'i-II. XV. Kotwortb itkil wire, kpHn8b, Mm.; II wiry Ktgw, IhMtoa. WormleSt Francis T. Chseibers, FbtU- dl Kiakwejer, YoekMS, J. klgr Hull, New York. Muraw-K. 8. Kergssu, Hartford: It. P. aUedaa. Corsing, N. Y., W. F. Crosby sad wife, Jacksonvills, Fla Arlimfknt Oeorge II. CiMy, New Yurk; C. X. Gilwaa and Usury a HmUk. New York; J 11. Walton, IMla4Kbl; ilorsee WiJJJs, Toroato; WUIUm f. fluut, Hostea. AruotHxou FullsiUw, Ohio; Mr. and Mr. James H. Paler, Segiuaw, Mick. .XijnuautUMr sad Mrs. W U. Uows, t'MSM' Rapid, Iuwa; B. Auttiu, Oaaada, J. X. Van Hriut and wils, Brooklyn. Kllntt C'harle Jusumoh and Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Mult. Nbw York; n. F. . esteott, RaHtmore; E S. Kase, DeavUW Fa ; C. W. luubUly. Uevebual; Hoe. D 8. TkotnMw, VsrwdlbM, Jty.: W. M. Uuuee, Kortolk. Jtml .uAmoi-K A. sbdcliCe, CWuisui T. Kaaagssa. Jsmii; J. W. Wise uei n . WW MM wise. aaeaweml, Va., K I. K Wrtaae. At J. . MaaVdux, Warreotue, V. iuitfrtu'V- K. Hooper, sVdtloMare; Mrs. Lewis, ViigiaU. Ill IUscptbMi Will k IHarat. Pram O Omaha WorU-UmU. Wbca Major MeKiaky reacbed borne the otber day SmM) ealbuistt- eltUea Hkffouaded bto bowse aad lueslly cheered bisu Tbe Major t banked his ndgbbors. aad, referrias to the Utile bUraamad after bias, unarm fed that it was aa America bill Ut every liae, lMafph aad oage. After tae ea tbiufcetk S.taw have pitrnhsiesl Vaeir W later elotatax it to likely Hut Major McKtaiey's next waLootu borne waM be a chotus of eroaas. Uy UTtotety. em ta Mm FertJaaeaL Waaa mjcBrtary Tsaty aeisaV ta aNasaassiaaa toraaasi boat ajksahsuabl be cajaaaaMnt FataV m lart'sstiii waw ho tv, w ejsBjSsa sv vtejppsa WhltflB aOCmmmW JfatfUssBasI fiasfial flf eaamt astaaafat. anwp" ssaesnnwwgS" waswsar e""' w 'waaw "ssyaa Waataaatt WIuji she mitt lis m. aaala. nkm and " pw wawa sBsanswaiBo swa eseswaaav najajFenw' mmm, ... saaeneryoajr -fern law Mtate'ws tea bat uwu -wtW Vbee bkAlbater-e out ut aTaataanr aVbiiii our Chauact meto maatoa wLuoi w jawee w 'mnawwBje"wrw wnaanear asnaminemamr was" Vbea Tsreranll gees to esasoeer tbet taa'l That toeotoertbaa bubo's far awaed "oxul strand" Axil i.i-d Un.lt Mi kmitl rcuurter uu hit. i WUt uexi' c y, . Anil i. AMUSEMENTS. a menu' Btwuw Ojie Hwtrt. The le of sears will open to-morrow morning for tbe etfnfement of Mr. Lewis Morrison in "Faust." The Sn FraMiro Daili Rtmrt sy The torv of "Fant.' heretofore known M our theatre proers onlt through the lltirctn nf r?ounod' opefs, was orf-snteil ai ttw Baldwin lst nlebt in Barle Brnarjs dramatic verl"n, to a full bonne. Mr. Morrison, who was warmly weff-wned. makes of Msjihint'iptottn tbe eentral figure, and a picturesque otre. bts fwe afti figure lending thenwelttd twt-ltiy to tbe rrte, while hN attitudes and wtiw, d tbe reading of the lines, are the vtry flnr-M reult of artis'l stirlv, and ibe wbfde perwmatlon lacks b'it one thing lnptrtton to nuke It sur rmfwiarlf great. X lei Roaabei Morrison ats the ear.tn wt besntlfnllr. with tenderness ami with much of the Meal feeling which it need. Theothtr characters are nu menna and well sustained, ih In Mtwtfnn nf the people ha vine bwn mt Intelllcent, resulting In stige plo tims full of life and reality, to which the beautiful scenery of Yuegtltn and the admirable mechanic tl and lleht ef ffct including the electric cross, flowers and sword already melt famous bv Mr. Irving form important ad junct. The scene on tbe Ilrocken is esptcially Impressive. Recall were re celvid after each act. "Faust" should be seen by every San Francisco theatre goer. A week seems a short inn for it .Nfff Nnlliunil Tlirntre. On next Monday evening Coorted's Optra Company will begin a week's engagtment at the Xew Xatlonnl Theatre, presenting for the first time In Washlneton Atl'ltih Mueller's romantic work. "The King's Fool " This opew was given lis first American production at the Columbia Theatre, Chicago. In December, l!S. and Its success was em phatic and immediate. Mr. Conrled's company afterwatds mode a successful trip to the Pacific coast and toured the Western States Tim flrt Xew York production of "The King's Fool" took plsre In January last. The company Includes the Misses Hettina Pitilelfonl, ltlta Sclby. Annie Husll, Frances Ilousscau, Ma Kltzlme.li, Lulu Xlchols, Koo Flitmnn and Ferris Il.utrrmn. .John .1. IUIThuI, Clnulis F. Lane and Frederick Eckhnidt. Among the features will be the ap penrance of the female fencers who will be teen In exercises with r.jlls, (lug gers and broad swords. "The King's Fool" will be given every night, excepting Saturday; also at the "N ednesday and Saturday mati nees. On Saturday evening there will lie a rpeclul performance of "The Gypsy Iinron," the music of which Is the bett ever composed by tbe wait, wizard Strauss. Iloo'll nnil llxrrrt'. 1 be sale of seats will open to-m kmiv morning for tho llioth nnd IUrntt o i gsgement at Albaugb's Xew Lyceu n Theatre, llalilmore, at Miller's lo.ik store, ftllO Fifteenth street, next to Western Union oltlce. The Washing ton tilghts for the first week of the rngagement will lie Thurslay, Xovem ler fi. "Merchant of Venice." and Saturday night. Xovember 8, "Ham let." During the sesoml week there will be three special excursion nights, vl. ; Monday, Xovember 10, "Julius CVtar;" Wednewlav. Xovemlwr 13, "Machelb,"' and Frfdav, Xovember II, "Othello." Reserved 'seats $, 2 .V) and ftt. Including trnnsporUtlnn IkKIi waj s. ..Ilriirln nf .nw York" ut ILtrrU'. The latest success, "Hearts of Xew York," will he at Harris" next week. Introducing William V. Mines and Ml Karle Keudngton. The (day Is of the conudy order and iossees a wealth of beautiful scenic and marvelous me chanical effect'. Introducing a genuine jwtrol wngoo, drawn by two horses. Tilt! tire scene ami tbe hero's rescue are tbe most realistic ever attempted. "Hearts of Xew York'' H full of bright, sparkling specialties, catchy sooge, beautiful music, true comedy, ami abounds In thrilling situations Tbe piece U one of the best of Its kind ever produced, and has been highly successful Id Its previous engagement. KeruHU' w WMihlDgtoa TlieHtrs. Lester and Williams' Ix)ndonX'orelty and Gaiety Company will make lu tirst appearance at Kern in'a next Jloailav. Its burleto,ue, entitled "'ile anl Jack," Is pronounced the greatest bit of the season. Tbe casi U an excellent oee, and Includes beautiful K,trella Sylvia, in tbe pretty character of tbe Vrinct. The burletijue is interspersed with special ties. Including the Washburn SUters, Sid Knsoa ami Annie Qieen, Gallagher and West, Lester ami Williams aad Polly McDonabl. A novelty will be presented in shape of a fencing exhibi tion by tbe celebrated champion lady fencer. Mile. Kaglebart, assisted by ths sword womes, Miesee ItoMaaoa and KiwUll. Mile. Eeglebart offers W f. any feneer, male or feotale, whom she lw to dfeat. SeaU bow oa sale. Hyde's Star Specialty Compaay, with Its great cards, Yank Hoe. Omasve, Heleae Mora and Le Petit Fratblio. to pet-Mag Ibe bouse this week. Ltdies' mariaee to morrow, including l Petit Freddie's reeeptbm. PERSONAL. Caeaiaal Almioaiia. Arsa-Uabop uf Turin, tasiyiag. Lord Teaaysoa tiQatemolaisw a voyage far tbe baaeii af his beahh. sea Hesarieh lieiao's sitter. Mat. IS aV doa ceiebrated bar IKHb airthsksy toot Suaiiay. receiviag ooagiatMlatory talo giame from all over Europe, Mrs. John W. Mackay started the autumn ateasoa la the Amaricnn eosoay la Loadoa kt week by a misenlna givea lo meet her father, Coloaal Dsatel Huagerford. Sir John Puleatoa's youagor daugh ter, AUee, who was bora la the tasted States white her father was a partner with Jay Cooke, will sooa mary Fraacto Garf ora Breatoa - Dsoayelue Lardaer Bourekmot to the aaiwegrvea ia Luadoa saaowarwmeato of Hat tote dramatist' death, nays Oaaay Ball, aad thai to penhihly the auihorita ttett font of the nam. sttoaoa HuaUagsoa of Syracuse toes to far at to doclare that more thaa half of the HdijfJott orgaaitaUoae. great or sKsaaaaaaaL US UA am9sasWss4 afaTsasOaABasa) Gssnaasasfa (MBaafisapV Ul Laa JWfiasYOsl Uft ssaM MfMHst ' ' JMaco Vladimir U.goroaki, aow W years old. aad fur the but tweaty tte yean governor f Moscow, to tseenaatawl from s liae of warriors famous tot Kut alaa htotory fur ceaturk-s. He saatto gumaad blipstif at the aeasulT of Wet taw ta the Potiah war, the Hunjariaa uewfalga td la the Crimea. The Friaceas Vktoria of Pritataa to aad toduatrtoa by bavlAg all hat teout pmiy gudff bt itefstajtT wmh the ex t;ertjot) of four GrtooaeJ shNaata, These wm otdierottj for tw Ptteceat by (he fialfsfjfpaaaaT 9 ssWtssaw-aw'aja s FPsgav saw -eaVvasjmiymi ate sue VwT sits avst to ti. jtfum 'Xl luuuuul't hn.jili.r Ah, if Ibe WoUictt luj'.J V.jU: IluT tbey wov-lii ue LUt iluu'nt 1-,'icJ hi .i. at. .1 Major Mi.htii . y - u.K PRIEST AND PRELATE mn IX CltlBRATIOn Of ARCH- btihop fniAH's ;mict The tititMhwt stew-etews iMcfMwt t rteht r in vestnnm twr-t- iim T.-nrht. CnMio. Oct. 8. Tire grsttdest re nffmts ce'ebration and pafcsirt ever beld In tbe Wet, or perhaps In tb wbole country, frilb tire etceptlon of the exetcrws lm-Mwtl to ttee best jwwI upon ArchWshnp Olbbww of tbe hat and ring of a Cardinal, commenced tare In-dit. Twenty-five years ago on Saturday next young Sv. Ixwd prfest n conserrattd at Xathtllh. Tenn., as Bishop of that olocee. Fifteen years later that same priest awl Bishop, balttg filled that popular ami lm roitant see for that length of time was raised to tbe ecclesiastical dliinlty of Archbishop of Chicago with an arch diocese which, In material ami splrltutl Importance, Is among the first in the wotld. The celebration which op-ns today, therefore, I In honor of the silver Jubilee of Most Hev. P-ttrick Alienisms Feeban, and Is the result of a spontaneous desire not only to recognlr the anniversary of a most Important event In the history of the Itoman Catholic Church, but as a tribute to the pomilatlly of the Archbishop himself. Xever in the history of Chicago hts thetc been such a procerslon of prelates and musts as wvttiUd Its way this morn ing dowh Chicago avenue to the Cathe dial of the Holy Xante. First came the acolytPS ami cross bearer, f dtowed by over MO priests from this and nrleh librlng dioceses. All were vested In surplice and cassock. A hnlt was mode at the parochial residence. Here the procession was Joined by Archbishop Feeban, Archbishop Hyan of Philadel phia, Ulshops Ilenne-wy of Dubuque, Chatard of Vlncennes, Ind.; Cosgrove of Davenport, ltlchter of Grand ltnplds, Flascb of 1-a Crosee. McCloskey of Lousvlllc, Hyan of Alton, Jansson of Helltvllle, SMtiIdlng of Peoria.; Mon filpnnr Inlnger, administrator of the arch diocese of Milwaukee. Vlcntr General Gleason of XuMivlllo, Fither KnvaURgh.presIdentof XI igara College. Falbir alsh, president of Xo'.re Dame University, and F-illiur Veil of Memphis. The visiting prelates were vested In purple mantle, surplice nnd raseock nnd each was accompanied by two chaplsln. Preceding them was a censor-bearer and n boat'hoarer. The procession was nearly 1,000 strong and presented a magnificent spectacle, and as It entered through the portals of the Cathedral the great organ nnd an or chestra of thirty six pieces ren lered Meyerbeer's grand march of th Prophet. Solemn p-intlrte.il high mas wi thin celebrated, the Archbishop him self Inlng the celebrant. At the end -f the mass an eloquent set mon wi preHched bv Archbishop Ityiin of Philadelphia'. The Episcopal b-nu-llr tldi, pionounced by Atcbblshon F.-e ban, btouebt tbe elaborate rervlc'-i to a dote. This afternoon the An i bishop will be beniusted In the trrvul hall of the Awlltorliim, covers belnc laid for 400 guests. This will he fol lowed by a reception In the public p tr iors or tbe lintel. Iletween 30,000 and W.000 people are expecteil to participate In the grand torchlight procession to night. The Foicsters alone will put 1.000 men In line. The precession will be divided Into four sections, the first being com posed of Italliins, military colored peo pie and French; the second of Germans, the third of Polee nnd ISoticmluni, and the fourth of KnglUh speaking citizens. Heblnd tlie will come tho organized societies Kvery man will carry a torch or lantern, and must wear a miniature United States tlag In tbe button bole of bis coat. There will be sixty bends In line, ami thousands of dollars worth of fireworks will be sent up. Tbe Areh'jlsbop and bis guests will review the procession from the bii!, ony of the auditorium. CuDcemlnc itllunitl Wealth. Fr lit ToUiUt M4. Tbe colossal wealth of a score of men dosen't count for the whole nation's prosperity, by any manner of means. Remember this, ye burdened farmers, when Republican orators point you with ptkle to the success of the Iron ami steel monopoly la thUeouatry, and believe tbem when they tell you It U due to the protective wilff. Then pause to consider bow raueb you have contributed and where to your share of tbe beaesuf l.ote' Teat, Good by, wt love; we've rotated to- gjdher O'er mil sad vate. through furso aad But Fate, with rold and hmdimeil bears, Jlw now deemed that we must part. K aoer I'd take ytm to the shore And ktec leW wet mug o'er aad e'or, To itmwimr aaU or poseelul etointew, But, love joa eat tee maay oysta. -if. . rw..- lllMMlwlUfc4t. Kxamlaer State who wsute the 'Sobs; af the Shirt." aad quote the CaaAlnte Thaniai Moore. "Oosma at la this hasam,1 ate. KpHaikh an Tito lluMe Xhl. They stale taswaher waa am was joaaar. Tsawther Sey efiaiai ttU Uai was wssaki Horn mtar but aead hsat to ism, Thef eater the aume-streteh aetk ami -A' rer isVraleV A Sl.OOO Ku1mmibIih. Meat Urn Mm ret Wmid. m of oar Pttth aveaue heamf hat a f 1 JU hinwhiwntiiin. hot alaei the uv hapar ' " mother wUJ bas par jsH her to carry so coatly a trite. A VtUMMse Si from Uu ltgito Cuvritg If nroatrtstm It atteh a blasmbag, why tte tht owsWastice& or fwtt try so itaal to aihow that that ehtef virtu of the He Kialey hUl Ut tot ite f m lirnl am MumMr, jfMmr. "Which part t you worhiatj for thtolatt? fuMa yot. 1 haeea't -J &m amassjfs" w" 1 peawwsf w mwawmmr weawar fasfiM Mft WaW kaV'9 flssllW A Alaml Vr4J aB mwaT "Hif djpvagasealaplr ptsgae (MaMfJsM'XaaaasBaaaamT MaMfsl aafsaaamamT ttk son -'Vr1 W sjaasaaav asavsaV w4lsaF w ispWsjjp 41' mm. ssaa maatyow mmmt- li tt Wsaefct ami JaaaMDssaaammWmaml GfaWfUU k UH asBaay bbf far1 aBBBBgiBB smalV h'haaW4 VHP a uaasB aev JtMiguMiat. Itt Ueb Ibikl bttSfell aLam kuoW tit 'atgir jf 'titiE'tmp .Juieut JESSE JAMES' SON. in- Mill iter r ih jwtt nmern liietiwsj-min. From Vr WwjTWb 7w. Wltn all that ha been written aboiTt the firoa Mlearmrt onttsw, Jfega Jsmea, utile has ever been SwM almttt bl family or domestic relation, fly those not familiar with hh history it h generally nppned tlmt wrei! tms f,wA boy dM tneir dastardly wwk the grew! bandit am single, ami that, mtte bis btrttber Frank, bis race waa e.vtln gulebed with him. This Imnreaemn is wrong, however, for Jess was marrfed and was the father of one child, a boy, who wa an Infant when his father wm Vllltd. This boy now lives with his ld wed mother In a modest little boose on TrooM avenue In Kantt City, M- He Is called Jesse James. Jr. He Is now b nt 18 year of age, and la an elevator boy In the American National Msnk lirlldlrtg in that city. He Is a steady and Industrious 1ml. and his small earn ing are all that bis mother ami he have to i xit nn. Youne- James has been fairly well edttratrd for a boy of his age ami op port unities, but he is a great student and has learned many things himself, lie Is an omniverous rentier. Ami nearly alt Ibe standard authors of romance and history are familiar to him. When his fathtr was killed young Jessie was too mall to understand what kind of A life his parents bwl leil, but slnee be hi attained to boyhood's estate he has read evtrytblng that bas ever been written about the train robber. He It not only familiar with every detail of his father's life, but be Is also familiar with the his tory of every other outlaw that ever existed, and be can talk as glthly about the dartng deeds of Robin Hood and other bandtts of ye olden time as he can about the more recent exploits of tbe Younger lioys and Jim Ctimmtngs. Moreover, tbe dates and localities of every historic robbery that has ever been rommlttnl are nt his tongue's ond, wttlidl, though Jesse, jr., Is very reti cent ami is loath to talk to strangers. The boy has nlo many Interesting relics In his possession that are con nected with his father's life, such ns old revolvers, spurs, masks, favorite bridles and saddles of the dead outlaw, nnd a great temp-hook that contalnscllpplngs of nearly everything that has nppoared In print about his father. To those who happen to know bis Identity the Kn of the famous outlaw is nn objeat of great curotlty, nnd nmnng the boys of Hie city ho f regarded with awe, And wherever be goes young Jostle al ways commands tticlr respectful hotn-BRe- NO END OF CATS. Nn Mnltnr Whom You On In Nun Yurk( There Thrjr Am. yimt n X York Shu 'Did It ever sttlkv you that cats veto plentiful In this ultyT"' said a gentle out who whs walking up the llowery at I o'clock tbe other morning. He poked bis walktnc stick Into a dark corner nt the same time. There w as a slss itml a sound of uhwlng nn the Inttnnt the stick went Into the comer, and u big cai aprum: clear out over the tldewalk Into the gutter. He turned and glared at the intruders, hts tail curved nnd bristling, nnd seemed more than half determined to attack tbem. He was gray and black In stripes, and had uory appearance of wllttnees. "I bad a cat just like him." the owner of the stick continued, "and I never saw a fiercer animal In my life. I bad to banish him from my bouse when he was hardly more than a kitten. I sent blm to my stable. lie druvo my hostler out nf there. He made friends with the boise by keeping rats out of the manger. He would alt on the edze of the feed box, ten feet from the door, anil the moment anyone entered he made one leap on to his shoulder and began like a cyclone pulverizer to bite and scratch all at once. We drove him Into exile. He took up quarters under the stable, and woe to tbe dog or cat that trios to dispute bis sovereignty The story of bow I got blm la interest ing. Two friends of mine were walk ing one day on tbe east tide of town. One of them was newly married and bad Just gone to housekeeping. " 'I thought you were going to give me a cat.' be said to hla companion. ' 'Ho 1 will. When do you want it?' " 'As soon as I can get It.' " 'Well. I'll give It to you now. Come right In. "They were In front of a little beer uloon, and he led tbe way Inside. "Tbe bartender left a game ef pinochle that be was playing with some lounms, went behind the bar and looked up as If he expected an order far two beers. - " 'Get any kltteasf tbe leader said. " 'Yab, I haf some. Vat kind you vault' He reached to tbe Uoor behind the bar and brought up, one after another, ive of assorted eolore. Tbey pteked out tbe User striped one. " 'Got a baskni Y said the leader. Tbe bartender busted up an old beket and put tbe kittea into It. My fiiead bought some beer, thanked the bartender ami weat out "'Do you know that man ?' tbe maa who got the kittea M&ed. 'No ! never was la ibe plate before.' " 'How did you know be bad a litter of kittens there T 'Keaauae there to a litier of kitteas la every bouM ia Xew York at tbto time of year.' " A Ltathtr-lfuuni Cupy of 't suit Is'itr ell A womaa writer ia the New York WerU aahad lib Xeil B , a pretty Lasvax girl, how aha kept the bottom of her skirts to aach goad ortter. For aa wtr aha lifted uo the skirt of tho tweed tiavestag dieas sad showed me a dee fariag of sued Washer. She told ms that she had U put la all her street a'ae. Poisoned by Scrofula I la MMm a-Uif f U lOaUijr UVftoJ OatttU mlmm! tlMQatflpb a fMftfat Osf tUffaaf HK4a ttlN(tesBU aft aJMaW WaasasealmsUT taWat aaff)JT Omanm aaasaWBamaBlmaff aVaW sWsT tH MmMaal MskaWaU 4JaaWMC Wfa aVaJaM mtm$ laastt iSaaaasawaWa Waaiaait aafaar CfidasstiUBBBBBl ,tt Wasataat taW4aVsW (sffaCa) am ft imttod of hatat aas whea tae whale holy sbbBbbbbbbbs irf WU4a UtaasaBBBaf sbbbbbI aJMaafassaat sbaaar ml CiMU W aMWM4H4fm U tali 4tmW lii 4aVa1afJ aUat tJMswW i a. immMmiM & Ca fcrj at fsu aaajasaBjaaaw naaw vPBSBBBBBe WasaViyNiT BWMa4stiv7 Of If QljiiaX) fct It aaai taeamrtm which or he mieeafat aaaat bbmi the hhwd 4 eaerr Urn of the rie sjaat d gtoas to the vital Bold tat waHtf sjafltiohwof aaaba. u jm Isarnn to take BfJMaA1) ateawHaOaWUft dba Km ami amaaaUasamwst wV wMMT my mbmmiML9. aW 4Muc to ttiuvl j Hood i Saraapsrjllft Buld bj il lrugguU ii, ii t-Jt $5. fro- iMiXeii ui.j u) ' 1 Muul) ACU , L,,cd ItA-i 100 Sstaee ttaa Xell.ir HUTUMN WASHINGTON BENNING'S trsa ttTtFPAT. OTTOBKlt JW. A' ri TW If AI M HAl n ,, ris, f CAI Tt RAT. , Bt HAT. TH8 K fli "1?"-Zk mM ,i ii. niuii I.UAOD rAKT. PIUOTRACBATtP. 3. Ahalrsten, grontirts, gramt-stand and wM htww, 11. Wrelwlliis! eraeswase ami rafi?l.Si-fe- Art it to o 8 f TAri.T. Treasurer, Wltlarrl's Hotel, far metabw'S tanejs. t t.iect tctinbte eharaeters will 1w ee1mHl. Trains leave It. A P. Uejert tffft, tjsw, 1 ami 1. iwmai rtrrs evtajass. twtt et FOR A GOOD SHOE M1SIT Wilson & Can's For an Easy Shoe (TO TO WILSON & CARR'S. We canr the nest Una of Patent Leather Shoes fer Ladles ami Cteo tltmcn at ft a pair nt Wilson & Carp's I'nslilimnlito Mine ?!m. No. oao r STitt:i:r n. w Washlncton, D. C. BALTIMortE STOUB, i nnil oi:st ii.trri.iioiti: NTiir.trr. THE CHEROKEE'S BRIDE. Itntuantlo Tntn nt n l'ennTlTnlii tllrl Htio AlHrrlrU nn Inillan Oilier. From tke St. t.mlt OfofoJrmnrm. On n prominent eminence In the prnlrlc overlooking the town of Tnhlo quali hns brcn n solitary Rrnvo for sl.t ti'on j cars. It contained the remains of Alary Downing, tho wlfo of a full blooded Chcrokco ohlof, Lowls Down lni. At the timo of lior donth tliu nlnoc was ber home, nnd It was her dylmr, ttipicst that ebo should be burled on the summit of tho bill. Since then tho propirty hns passed Into strnngo hnmts. end the crave hns been In tho midst of n lortifleld. The present owner, n (it iitliiimn from Georgia, hearing that tho mis it chief's wife, thought it was duelurto rest lu n more sarrod place. So her umnlns were exhumed nnd taken to the Tahlciiuab Cemetery. Her maiden tinino was Mary Ayer. he was horn In Ilethluhem, I'a , was educated snd sccompllsbtd and a woman of wealth She had romantic Meat, and her Infatuation for Indians was ex-trt-tne In 1S05 Chief Lewie Downing was tent to Wasbinstou on buslaees for tho Chetroki e. Though a full blood bo spoke Knglltb nulla well. While nt Washington be bad occasion to visit Ilothlehem and nccldently met Miss Ayer, who full desperately In love with him. Tbe chief llngared longer In Huthlubem than be hat) Intended, not being able to tear himself nway from tbu charms of s fair it lady, nnd.ero his departure, had won her consent to to be bis bride and share a place in bis wlpwam. it was agreed between tbe two that she could follow blm to the Territory and be married at tho capital. She required six months to dispose of ber properly and convert ber valuables Into cash. Chief Downing returned to his nation and with him It proved "out of tight, out of mind," The ardor of his love soon cooled and be wrote with, drawing bis engagement. She. after reading bis letter, re matkrd that "It took two to make a contract and two to break It," and so wrote blm. Ilefore Ibis letter bod reached tbe chief, he bad married a dusky maiden of bis own tribe. Miss Ayer, having gotten everything In readiness, started for the Territory. According to contract, she arrived at Tabirquan, and, on hearing of bis mar tlage, made up her mind to make ber home among bis people, devoting her life to their advancement. Years elapsed and tbe chief's wife died. Miss Ayer being still single, be renewed hU vows and was again accepted. They were married, and went to the home abe bad built. The life she bad long dreamed of was realized, but not long was she permitted to till bto bouse with light and love ere death claimed ber. On ber deathbed tbe told the chief that oa tbe third eve ning after her death she would return to him at ber borne. Uut be, inheriting tbe fcupeislilioa of bia race, closed tbe bouse aftur tbe funeral and returned to bto borne, about thirty mltoe distant, on Ora ad llivtr. It to satd that oa tbe third Bight after ber burial lights were seea moving from window to window, and tbe Indiana believe to tbto day that she reappeertd oa that eight. tVuliluctuu stuck HxeUaacH Saks Neautor CU-U we)c m. Capital Vat'l hank, 3 a laif . H'4u Jfc e. K IL.Sai; SaiM: itMiii alt. Vol. lire la., la a W; tefl a lis. Cum. lu. , a 41. Col. Title las., tee a i; lav a ; 81 a 64. Che. X ft. Tei., 9 it Wash. Lose A Treat Co., teu a 4J; kwaif; MstatJ; Mt; lMati; lava if; !; IS 41; W a il. Misreilneewt Hoods U. 8. Bteitiin Lteht Ut, ', 103; U. Si. Kteetrte Lteht, aa, , raw; s. u. s. s. mm sra. rtS-'W, MaH; W 4c ti. Cgasortteto Vs, M;MHUia's.aClmi Uti. wasa. Jiarvrt to , it xort., e', iw, Wash. Market Co., Imp.. B. 113; lid'd Co., 6', C !?. ; Wash U. rt, lt. 0. 1WM. Ml. Wasa. LL 1U- fsouy, U, T', HaM, W; Wash. Gtu Lteht Co., Sir. A, ', lUsi; Wash Qm UrUCo., twr. h ', 13', Htgeak Ice Co., 11 Mart., tmerlraa eVuritf aad Trust, WO. Katloiial ataak atecka haak of Waaa- , togii, tiO; Uauk U ReUk. 74, Matro pdeaa, Wb. CeetraJU 0i mtnooi, M0; raouers aad Mevhaasca. :; CttUeo. 1TO; t ohMuato. 1: Cattbal, lav; Woat ad,law; Traame', 18; Uaeula. ' W BaUroad Wiulu Wuatejctoe aad QtwBUitowa, SMk MetsoonMtsa, V3S; Co. lumNto. M; Cesdud af Kurtb O attest, 9ft; tVeyj"f and ir-iiliT' H-rme. mV Oaowpetowa MdTeoilljUie, 4; Brtojht wooC - Inter on atuL-ks Fireuaa't, 4T, frauk ihu, at, Uouuputtuo, , aattoaal Uaioo, 5a; arlmtua. Mat, CoKucaa. a; Outeja Me, w, CUruuii tiearifae. U0, futomae, aV; aW. a. Poople'. 9; Ltecom. W- Title iasursa-r tUynhs stoat Sstate Titk.iai; rurfima"1! Title, ai; Waahtofltea That. - Gas and tactile I tght atinut Vasatejc tOBUas, 4aj; Um3Zvo Gas, Si Ul amctcsc Ut, 145. TetojiaoBe atotk- reaoaylvaato, at: CheaaBeake" aad futesfiae, taf ; aro.urbae fi r idM iifhime 13a. aflsVell i ti i fF airtrtk. WaaBlnjt'"i aVir ket Co., IT; WashhuaoB 5ck Mctktoe Co., WH (ireat rail toe Co.. -; V1 (oa fatmsaiiid o Katioaat ahte Uo oosA'aav; w m- -- rh-,t,va, Waabfamtuu luu "i Uusi' ,i 3a tteaal TypogtatJik-, 1, Moriui.iulor, 13, ftMHuna'-lc Guu t urrWs, , A.niarlriMi .i dill miid Tru-.L i 'o Co, :ib,..Ju Unit, HjlCliJ, i J-U.lV LiUi 7VYEETING JOCKEY CLUB, COURSE. COSTt STT! m- srt n , r,l rr r.jp-i ntittuATioyAT.. LANGUAGES. THEBERLITZSCHOOLof LANGUAGES Tft ttth Stwet jenrtlrwest. Mert ate) Most Praetteal Instrttetton. T8MMS, $K. nraeebes rn Jew Yetk, Jaowftwi PWIsilei pMa, Cmeofre, Patts, Berm, iWoaaon, ete. Dot tt ACADKMYOF TUB HOtT 0R09S. MttMftM.Ave., Afforilj every foollttr for acquiring a thor oMRhrtucntloa In ilteratnre, mete and art. Tbe Instruments tfttmht are ptnno, burp, vlo Mo, KtiltBr,iBtleHn ami banjo, tytneases. Rnierat vooal, tlrawini? and fancy work tree. fclS.ty SPRNCKntAN HUStNB8S COI.LBOB Cor. 7th awl D ts. n. w.. Rmbrsces Six Bohools, vu: Fohool of Praotlent Duslness ana Aoeoiint!. School of rreporalnry Praetleal Enlth. School of SlwrtharHl and TypewrltlBC. gebool of Sffmcerlan rraetloat PentwMihlp. School nt ilo iliinionl and Architectural I rawing. . . . . School of llvll FcrtlcoTrftlnlnit, Day nnl Nlfttit Setslons. Illustrated Cata lose e free II C. SPFWKrt. LUTt.. Prlnclnal. MP8. 8A1IA A. fcl'ENCEIt, Viee-Prlaolpal. sot.tf TlT IS8 IJAVAltD'S INSTITUTE. KorwAtk, Conn. A Homo Feltool for Girls ami Yonnir Latlles. Numl,p-r of boarding pupils limited to twenty Excellent advantsxes In Mtisle, Art and the Languages, Urmnaslum. neaaant grounds. Heel thful location. rttpllS boarded through tho snniracr months. Hoard, washing and tuition In tlio Bngllth branches, $900 per scholastic year. 8h1 for circular. Tl ,1"KADVtLI.K TIIEOLOaiCAL SCnOOU jueauriiic. ia. Fduentes for the Christian Ministry. Itooai rent ami tuition free. An eatrnneo feo of tec for gas, lieat and o&re of room. Alt expense moderate. Terra bogla SKlTKMDKtt 30. Address KKV. A. A. LIVEIlMOItH. D. D.. lltsklent. Meadvllle. Pa. Jlj 188 AIKKX'S SCHOOL TOTl GIRLS. Stamford, Conn. Zstabllabed In 1M6. rrepare for college, travel and home. The raetbod by wbteh tbe meetal tacultleanro educated will be found In tbe second edition of Mi Aiken's pam phlet on "Concentrated Attention," now ready, for tela at Dreetano', S Union Square Now York. pUTO HH'S COLLSOB Til EPAlt ATOP. Y SCHOOL, New BruBiwtak. N. J. ItoardlBg Seboel for Doyt and Yoang Mb. Trefares fcr the best eollege, soteatlflo schools or belae. K. II. COOK, A. M Ph. O.. Head Uaster, QT. JOHN'S COLLBGK, ABMpoii, Md. Ult eia sesiBieBes 16TO SBITEM BER. Blebt Iifrfwrtaeets ami tour eoerse of study. BuiidlBg heated by steasa. TeraM moderate. Per catalogue address the presi dent. THOMAS FKLL. LL.O.. Ph. D. T INDEN SEMINARY, Lltltz, Pa. A eleol furyouBgglrls and yoag ladle, at Utltz, Laaeaster Ceuaty, Pa. Wta yar. Asale.eoBrfertaWi) seboel home; tboreagb aetkeda; e&rfeIovertibtoJ the iadlvWual pupil; advaaeed aeerse of study; very plea ant leeattee; steam heated, aw per year. w BLLS COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, Aurora, Cayuga Lake, N. Y. Three felt oearees at study. LaoaUea bMutUal aad bealtafal. A refead Obrtsttas borne. fewbalWtog ready next Sotenbr. Senlaa UmM HHPTBMBBH M. MM. Seed ' g. 8. FfiBED. D., pHANW-HR SCHOOL Of SCIBNOS AND THE ARTS, , N.H. PJMrF. B. K. NthMLSS. - i nn itiiaawaaewaeBmgmimiw'is "" Y K ATBS' IMsWtTOTB. I.-ituwiter, Pa. The Bv. MtWtsWAtatrY K. aVH, M. A-- J sasCHU aataJmsl jmmmmmmmt tlj JsjamaMaV jmamasasam aaaa smspjrw aaamF'm wa 1 af the kead wiitirt tnstsir. At yraiant there ae two vn aisnmii Mr. Haatmr ha seat su w Sarvaed, Yale, Pitas it a, OuteaUa. Idah, iiehanit. Trmtty, Wast Femt, Aaaaaohe, Jte.. aad has aet ad a eav aawt JBif ftaamaaa4aaai MOhjssaaV s T. U)KKi SCsWOt, a. Ahtob slninmhool toiloeathm. leHttatts iseafcth- aoadwocav iweemn or aay aaMsje or aaai aaav aore seat thai year te Yale. Heteaai aadrsttuieaoe. SaeainHnieof ynasiiiiraeya. CtUhUOi H ,WSsi. BiwkY if jtym at. In Flrn ""ii i u tc. "XrtaWsWWf yMWHI Mat, aTWJaWsTY-jkT-LAW. Wi aad as ti at Chauaaw tirtldtajL aw tewi Hat aesv. Tebiiona, aVIX gF.lUd.-XAOmW mtiTifO lACUXt a Xt.UUiNSY. U . .1 Z.U BL'iU jg 8t , nHHKr. A LI . A ,KT MtB atatsaoaltawst. whterl- ataaha- A5UHBMB.1M. NEW JtATtONAL TFiATRK - EXIT Week of Horember t. Confied's Comic Opera Co. Etwy t renrwr eseewtng ti'ir'T m5 af the Matinees on w"eflnc lay and Sattirday. Adeiob Wtielter's Romsntlc oera. The King's Fool. SatWday RvenliM, Soeciat Performan ,. Wall King Strauss' Opera, The Gypsy Baron. CMfMny of xty Artfsfs, 1IWI HetthM rsHtetfort, Rita Slhv AiWsR Klaw'l. Frances rWneae, uia Fit HitaH, l.iti iteliois. Rose Mrhiau. Ferris u.rtmsn. John 3. liaifae'. rha,-ii-s L,i Fwdfltck lexhardtann Ait n Ear c Anemented Orckctra Pant meiedortf Mnstcal Cond utor Jhle Of seats Therwtay miirnlng. 20-it ALBACWH'ilSBW LYrRrtM THEATRT, Baltimore. Md. KBgsgeirient of Edwin Booth AND Lawrence Barrett. SPECIAL WASHINGTON SIOnTt Tbersday, Nov. B-MERCH ANT OF KNICP Mr. Donth as Sbylock. Mr. Darren ns IlasAmi SalnrUay N'ght, Nov 8-IIAMLEr Mr. Ikwtb as Hamlet. Mr llarrett as Laertes Monday, Nov, 18-JULIUS I -F.-IAH Mr. Woothas Itnttns Mr, Barrett as (ms Wedr.emlas.Nov. U-MACDRTII. Mr. Hoothaa.Mttcbetb. Mr Barrett as MicdaT Friday, Nov. H-OfUKt.LO. Mr. Ilootli ns lago. Mr Barrett as Ithot' I BESKIIVBI) SEATS', , $.W and $1, lncludlnir transportation both way;. Sale of rests will commence at Kobert F Miller' Hook Store, Fifteenth street, on THt'ItsDAY. ncfoilRftiw, at 10 a m. Speefal trains for Wmhlnffton NUlits wi I leave via Peensylranta It It. from sixth street Lepot at 6:10 p. m. sharp, arrivlnu at Union nation, ltaltlmore (threo minutes' walk from Lyceum Theatre). Ttcttirnlng, Icnvo same station Immediately after tbe per formance. Mr. II. C F1k of Atbnngh's Opera Hnn-a will accompany rach train ""IX A LHAVGH'S GHAND OPEltA HOUSE. Kvery Evening Matinees Wed. and Sat HeappcaraDce of that Trajlc. Bmotlon.il Actrees and Ueantltul Woman, -IN- JOSEPHINE, Empross of tho French, Support cd by MII.I.IAM llAlttllS As NAPOLEON BONAt'AttrF. Ami an Excellent Company, THE COSTUMES AltK SUPEltll. The Mountlsj; of tho PUT Magnificent. Next week-LEWIS MOliniSON la FAt. iT. -IJ XTEW NATIONAL TIIKATKK. .LN Ercry Eveslnir. Wed. nnd Jat Ma's Boston Howard Athnsum Star SpooJalty Company. The Great Clseaevalll, DohSiav'n, Datsh Daly. Coaroy and Fox, L'tlte HUek, lire Harlow, Itolwet Trourc, Kate Davis Arthur Forest and Others. Nov. S-C'ONItlEI) COMIC OPEltA (0. I INCOLN HALL. OeeWeek, CommencInK Monday, October 27, The Greatest of All Burlesque, I UP TO -DATE J A pUied st the London Gaiety Theatre, with all Ibe Original Munlc. Scenery, Costames, l'arspbcraalia und a Ureat Cast, includlns a MARGUERITE. 5B-CHOBUS SINOEItS-V) 4-UA1BTY 8KIIIT UANCEKS-t The Merrleat Speetaoular lroductlon of Ejr- leiue Ever Seen In America. Eegular Theatre Prtee. feat at Metaerutt' Music Store and Bt x Oateo at Mtttto Hall. ocl HAKRIS" BUOU THEATHB. MONDAY.OOTOUEK ST Ike PopoUr Irish Comedian, BOBBY CHYLOR, In an Elaborate Production of tbe Coaiedy-Drama, An Irish Arab. Neit Wek-HEAKTS OF NEW YORK. 3T-K , s NEW WASHINGTON THEATKE.UTHST, THIS WEEK Ladle' Matlaee To mirruw, H Y HYDBS s Star Specialty t'ompauy, from IljileA IIfUin' I'lieulrr. Ilrooklj ii, ' V, Next week London Oatety Company GLtMIB THKATKS-WEEKOF OCTOBK't . 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