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THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVFNING, OCTOBER .11,190.
Thk Daily Critic !t CAPITAL. nJif.. in .i. ...... -.....,. .. ,.. F5U Quia rm&Htmngi Paptf Pith- ftiinninaltiiitiilMaWifcW ,fc. ...,. .,. OPWCt: aii STM1T MOMfHW WASrttSWtW Clt?. 8. C. fSMK Of MSMMffteHi nm&mmiiMFt CWHmtllfff. tnentft.... . H f ii CKtTiOt Ml 8 MM Wsrsr0. 8. C. tfcratiiffflm, t). CtOrmn 8t, taw. A ULAtSK flOOXKttA.Sa. Hit. Sracftr. hat taae Secretary l!f.Ailierfti1y, ml fca pnhllsheil Id the New York Krig W a repHc lion to Mf. lit. use's aaswr-r at. Cantos, t hlo, to his rftrtsrhs si Btrw, M.m, touehtns: the Wai.kkr tariff of 194B. Mr. Bi.aixb. the bltorin. MtmiUetl the unexampled prosperity which followed the adoption of that measure. Mr. Sturm! rrKJteit this ftilmMmi In his liotton speech. Mr. Ilt.AtMR, replying itt Canton, attrlbti'eil the ImllsputaWe prosperity of tbst period to certain "fottititons happenings," a follows: (t.) The Mexican war, which em) the Ooverament to tllsbiue one hnn 1reii millions In one year. (1 ) The Irish famine, which etllal for exlranr illoery exports of breadstuff. (51 ) The llsesrvery of gold In California, which added greatly to our wealth. (I.) The revolntions of 184S. which "paralysed the Industrial energies of Hurope." (ft.) The Crimean war, which "ptrtilysed France. Knglsml aol Kttssla for two jean ami a half In their Industries " "Without these uncommon "accidents of iilswny," Mr. Ui.aikk thinks tliecoucitry wostlil not have been prospermia under the low tat iff or 110 at all. With thim. he says, It would enj y "a-rest pr. sperlty at any lime without any ta iff of any hind "' Mr. ft MiMz then shows whit "acci dents of hllory" hate happened since the high tarltf irlml set In in ll. They ere- tl ) From 1S1 to 1MB we had a w ir tonparetl with which the .Mexican war wa hwt a holiday ncurlnu, eauelna; the Goret nmnt to disburse not a pnltry n hnmlrtd millions, but manv thou. sands or millions. (3 ) Since ISfil there has, Indeed, not been a Rreat Irish famine, but not a few crop failure anil load dearths abroad to ealt for our liteeUstuIT In more than ordinary (liianiity. (3 ) The supply of the newly liltcuvered California e,nld did not stop with the end of the low tariff peri.l. (n the contraiy, while the production rf gold ami silver averaeed from IS II) inclusive to 180 per year fW, 100,000. It averaifed during twenty years of the high tariff petiod. from lbSl Inclusive to 1880. as much as $W,500,000. a ad after that over tP0.00O.0O0. In ad iMUoa to this, we had to contribute to our wealth a new product, petroleum, w orth annually the output of score or KoM an4 silver mines. (I.) There were no revoluiloas in Europe ae great as thotv of 1M. but many smaller ones one In Gruece in 1&42, a Polkb rising af&iast Russia in V&8, revolutionary motemenu in Spain la ISM and In 1SC8, the frent CarlUt inaurrectloa In the urn country In 172, etc. (5.) While the levotuliosM were oompHratively llwtttd, theie was a full supply of ware the Pnweh-Mexlean war from IMS to 1ST. the second Schlesi IMbteln war in 1144, the great war be twees l'ruseia and Austria In ISeX, the eieat Franco German war in 1870 1S71, the war between Kiueia and 1'urkey fa JTM7e, and several snwlUir coofllcU. The Crimean war was but a petty affair ompawsl with theee all together. Will not Mr Hlie, or any other t Itctieht, admit thtt with these .iiiuu'U haptwtnlmts " Out lucky "ntUxttia ul history," tWe couissry wu isM hve nnwseri even if Useee had u a ees uillf at eil a urine tsstMe 1'iUty j'tf JJr. Klmk said at Cnata that the r. ssif lieM e! 14 "warsJyaed the in ''lsril eswfufee at fcWufm." If aW lN , seie imeow f this i ouatry hwisl hw falsim eaT jftewssjr. ilaw w M I Isxsi aad 1M7, tlw two yea pte usWnf Use cieai Kuioow wvalutioae, r tnjiHtsei at manrksmiiM aejgsefiml tMsWimU, seat to 1WS aihi ls. th jeteeos Us revoinsioni timssieelvea. shey IHI1) 1i,e44 4U. a inwsniit ml ikmjm. a very healthy ktarf ot 'pseeibiese" tadewd. Aleak Mf. Blacks) tests tod Uwt the ctnes war " BnJrjFed Vwutm, Kag Uad and Hustna for two year aad a Llf U thjeaT laetustrtsa. " ot tw ttwsw yean peeceeHay the Crimea wr our iatpoela aateeMMl MStJatsMMM- K ieM vm at the i'riwew'' 1M 'sleVif twMt isgjsaiiswi Wkimkm. m imumm at s,W.- Itfaft. aMsnatMMtaT aMAflAnsaaHinV isntaAaaMMaM fiaf aeel aaaFaasaeaep1 mFwnaaanaBaBBjajaaaiana'BB vaanprT mpejaaawp' aapaaana" tfcsflhfteM tisWy Itonf W&t&t isstiwe,whiuagoitcK tea. hd as hjfhctt state of ae Iff. fUjfif awt that taw War lanaT g laaft hma Miaiaihia lue uae jtaajeeenl bpsf aBjar aBamBBavawBBBBB1 - naaF saajnejpeenpr .riaiaol UsJ7. Tta aj tM hih mm liiafnasatilii fc Us caainf ot 173, HkiflaW jaA aVaUEsMI aaalal laMaUF Ast aUUf ai jPnajHalP a av a" f a w "', tlaWW kaM feHI kssMWaV 7aaftal laaVsWI Msp aw 'lsiWsaBiaMnF' 'W WaPWi W flMteaf to fcflW i Oflhl Mktt4 In inn. Wat Umi cjtvuiwd Ujr hm ia twHrr iaMalaA afetfaaaaatt aattat Baat laLMaV faaWflal laantMsi IjatsV Hal 9W tvy, hut (toy easM f had pracc fnm i txi aln hitorlsri , Mr. Wasamahkr's r.srmt, rtw T' fiVmft, nays that tiryrstaj fttmhliWH ClltiA!r "bctH! W,nW In fTtT.MAM H. Blftfttft'8 CoOtTWtWWl cpa'K fnrtfl " TtiH mmm ro fa a rdatn but unkind Mitt to IrtBhJeat tljtft ttrw. Cu it, Sftftvrrt CoJttton How. t.t A!fTfmrwifj jail ro h cestritMlted ISO eir?it to tnlf trjnfWGnes plH. Tint mk'ht hat swd itretr KtMf by rtdrioe; lth trk otiser. At-AWA has ti.riRD a rktejfishf sn CtBgfM. Stre Is not rntltled to oM, ottt hripwto bf. Captain .Iawks wm ll nwTieMifnl ntnrlMtstf. IT) rni Mamfg th atetsmer tjneen. Thr PnfestMUtt at lent snccewll to mehlrtr tip bla great mlad, and will fo to . fr will fniitne flt- at-fc oti hy nm mmply tuat a 4 rtotblna mrn. Olsmm W. CtH, n frtWr of Kn fttrky. t ylM Mhj kMted on Werlmsday. A crlitstms) Mt Meevi. THh MtPottT th tr Me.vieo hml tithl a retaliatory duty on Amertoae 0iU of SW a rar load proven to be flm Fak I.Awt.n i after the ghrievattr of Cook CnMHty. and the Chlc;o AV? Is after Fmasr. ?tt Ht?tOHBt tiTln Hnchanatt, V., sold for 4710,000. lint how mttch of it was ethT eav Hi auk ta miK from his tmmpatgn for teciprotlty with loeMental pro trctlon. MampXs Ash I.A.so-rrox eootlnite to have dlffrrencm of opinioti. SwmtiM hn a good Clmr' In dlrdo macy. PERSONAL. Major Alltett Akets of Nashville, Tmn , Is In the rity. l'evstona are pnld by the Govern ment to the widows of three Presidents, tlghtem eenernls, one colonel and two tear admiral. W. V. Astor 1 travellnc In Kurope under the name or V. II. Class In or der to escare the nnnoynnce or beggars atd adventurers. Miss Arnold ha written to her friends In Kiielaiid, annouuclne; that her father, Sir Kdwln Arnold, will shortly iy visit, to Australia. Snatnr Incalls, It U salit, never sUns a iiotu Dr ttlvt-s n mortiMfe. and cm put Ills 1m ml on more rtiily inuey tlinn any olio r man In Kittn. Mine, de Cbarrtte. foroietlv Miss Polk of lVonesv-, Is staylno- at Strove House with the Comte de Piris dur irg the absedce if hr dUtlngulshed husliand In Aimtica. Geneial Sherman In said to know how t" shake hands bvtfcr than any Aroer I an In public life, while I'.-esMent lianlt n has much to learn in the art cen at this terioil or his distinguished cat re r. Mir. 0car Wilde Is described as a plainly dreased little woman, with nr dlttlnicuishlng graces, and her only approach to asslht tlclsin Is her enormous Gsinsboiough hats, heavy with droop tog feathers. The h miliary Prince of Waldeok PytmoHt, only brother or the Dueliees id A lit ! , and Prince Mixlmlllan or IJadtn, ntjthfw and lit-lr presumptive of the (iraml Ditko. vv ill seek brides In Kngland Sn, at lt.ni, It Is reported in V It una I'll 11 Marshal von Molike lives iu a plain, Ntwie house of two storlea, near cbwtitlnltz, in Stir slu. The untranoe is guarded by to great guns from Mount Valerian thst ser prttfeateil to the Count by Kmperor William. Lord Salisbury has advised the Queen to conftr the iframl eroas of the Order of the Star of India upon the Sultan or Zanzibar, ami ber Majesty has consented to do so. but It In not yet been decided when hla Majesty Is to be Invested or by whom. Mr. Iturdett Coutu, member of par-llanu-nt for Westminster and the hus band of the RaioeeM liurdett Coutte, bee a HMiBtetl to act as one of the judges or the luxfce show ut New York, lie will aail oo the Teutonic with Mr. Stanlty, returning in season for the opening of Parliament. Having beard Kudyard Kipling's first Dame pronounced as If It were spelt Koodyard, I wrote to an old friend of bk) to ak If there were any warrant of sueh a sounding of the syllable, saye a writer in the Critic. Here U his reply: "In tbie land of eccentric pronunciation there be those that will pwsounee any thing anyhow. As far ae I know Kip liee fMMuace bis mime ae it U written. CkrbUMiy hU nickname amoag fcU fum liy awl famliiars U 'Kuddy.' '' HOTEL ARRIVALS. JMW..- . H." stinhte , Kaleigsi. K 1 MrOtbe Heur) Hoilefsae. Xw Tack; AntMiny AUg, i.rt; t. W. Hutt, I'el vctaMji of Vtrgiuia. XitUumtHt.. i. Battoe, TaMMtosw H4SS-; L. E. Kydtr, Xe Uvea. J. I. Hose, Otn elSNtsai. C. A. XwUw, Proat Koyal, Ya.; H. P Oaraett, Ptuliliisit. St. Jum4-H. H. Heave, Taaaaas A. Yesaagi esv York, X. L. Ktraiaoa, Qfaad lafSB, JUa-; J. . Ptwo, Bseoklya; U Sis U ytasaur, Mas. Julia. Ecittteawil seat MIseialBVs Umm, Fessesharg, Vs. W4luf-C K. sYafcYaa, Catesjju; W Q. Csssms. fesiassieaaast Ms. aaei Mm. t. W. JUeA, aVauklya; Ttmaaas Ka'ty, Boettm. Priawetoe rwot bU Teeaa. Atiiw-MiUlta A, fSasathefcar. walar- ..T SOliaaer ul tb Petkiauk, Xeer York, lu Oeak aawl wia, u. Che. , Sw York, Charts 6. hW nugSi n oihMi. "fvrraatiri- H Pattahsirr. Mr MvlXesaid ui UjULav Mr m4 Mm. X. i. X I Mesne W aUweer, Kee York &tt2a&t&& haiat 4. Martai, Mr Yas. - 0. Hms, I. H. Yaraaanerth. " U. . Maaaseg, Keer tstsaaas 4xmt4wmA . attuct, WsUtass npaaaBP( y sWamP Bap Fa)CKVay 4r ywMUMUe-GuWu V Wim. Hm Ym: 3 aeauwasr.. ev York. tiibui Mia i. H-fftwiai sail Miss atiaetas. "PaaaBjaaBj aaaaaaa aFMSfajt SSf J h "Psfcv yspPaaV e L.I Jsaaka li. Uaraua. Kesr Ye. iseaat hbrnum 4. J. LtMsis aat - afisheaebjeia. H. A fa3sa Ms5ef!e igakT 6.K -e'-harha . isaMt, Yea. PW" t'JbtMOf WJlal .HsW UPH af VMM WB flat Vhts) Aa4 amca sssetiie Aasal 'hestf she sea- m - am WHY HE 8 ADOCBIER. Onre tte Wait Very War or What B Kmmtk Chirtm THtmm. Frtwday." TMt was the remark anMreweil by tk ihmi who was attlAg for a strwrt ear to th rank individual reairtat gtil a nttitM)ftt. 'Utn so an," replied Ike Itwk party, afttt taking a relanrrty ittf of the ky. "If Ifce wlBd ki bkr!n In this (Ittwttoii for twenty fostt ksmtt lmtr Hre will be ruin ventntwl Ike ftrst fakfr. "Uia I'm not o sure aaosH that," aH the otht r. cautiously. "Tl e wind, at least. Is dead south ' -rih perhaps." 'It aertatnly Isn't nottk." The kaa individual pursed np his Una as If ftoimt lo whkrthi, tookarl at ths sky acuta, shook Ms head slottly and saw: Tta not m hianretl certain It in't " "At air rare, sir, it hm't raining no r, ielt? ifrflit" Armilef careful e.vamliMtlrm of the firmament and the eanttons remark: "It may b raining ami K may not. 'nn rant always tell about these thln." "Great .lehoeep'iat ' Can't yon sas Ihete Isn't a rlood In the sky T "Cm likely enongh. I.I a el y enough It mav appear that way to some folks Unt It's beat not to be too sure." "May appear thst way? Why gool tr scions, man ' Haven't you got any ei?' "Maylte I have and marl I haven't." retorted the Mtenuated Iniltvhlal, ptss ln hie lmral over his Nee as If to And out. "All that I know is that there's nothing certain in this world. You think there's a fair ground out at the cad of this street perhaps?" "I certainly do. "Just so. I wh certain or It yester day myseU. I nas certain that there was a man out there with two or three walnut shells bo was moving about on the head or a barrel. I was certnin I could tell which shell the little black bait was under. I was just as certain ol It as you are that It Isn't raining. It cost me every darned cent I lind to find nut that I didn't know anything about It. I am not going to lie sure of any thing again as long as I live." He took n plug of tobDCCo from his pooket, looked at It as IT he were not sure whether It was tobacco or not, put It beck In his pocket, sighed a long, heavy, dismal slgli, and looked straight through the other man Into the rar olT depth of space. 400,000 CRIMINALS. A Utcrcjmsn lloliU Huclely (emnl liln fur All Crlmn. liev. I). I). Winn, of the First 11 ip tUt Church, at Woburn, had for his topic on Sunday "Crimes anl Crlm Inalft " Ills statistics showed that of the -100.000 criminals In the coitn uy .1,000 wire held for murder, and tbu aw rage ago was '.tl years, while one third were under 35, and the Juve niles averaued 131 There were 7,0)0 In the prls'in i'f Slaksachusetla Looking to Hie ranges, he found them to lie titiliay and undisciplined homes, hatsh and cruel- parents, loose home management, cursing and vulgarity. Society oannot blame a child to brought "P- A I'rloti. Attorney (In n breach of promise suit) IT it wbs so dark, you couldn't He her kiss lilin, could you? Witness No. Attorney (trlumphaotl) ) Why, then, are ou positive that she ilitt klsa him ? t itnues Ilecaute it was too dark lor me to see br. Attorn oy (rutlously) From what actual knowledge of your own, sir, can you state that she kissed him? Wllneas From my knowledge of the sin. Knuert Lincoln. From ( AW JWt ItWW. ltobert Llneoln protests against the use of his father's name as a designation of the club of honest Itepublloans of Philadelphia who are opposed to Quay and Deluinater. All good men of all parties will regret Mr. Lincoln's attack on his father's memory, which reflects only upon the man who made It, for It Is absolutely certain that if Abraham Lincoln were alive he would not be found holding up the bauds of an em bezzler and a professional corruption. 1st, even if he were at the head of the Ilepublican machine. Tiia l'urtjr of frucre". Dr. H ttfkiM XitttU. JhiKuAiuttU. Mr. IMlge baa declared that be mease to stand by the Uepubllcan party because It is the progressive party. The lest advance this party has made, under the guidance of Pennsylvania, bes been to put Its affairs into the hands of Matthew S Quay, who bae never yet npJIcd to the serious charges against hita. I f the Hepuhliean party has made this sort of progress from Abraham IJneeia to Matthew S. Quay, I had rather belong to the party of obetruc laua A. br Aiuuumint, mm lit Xtm Yut Aut. By this time all observers of the ex tremely later eating transatlantic eosa petition of the ships representing the Iaaaaa aad While Star liaee should be aalaajaed that what has hesm yltYii com aaoatiy oeeaa laciaur is romiiwsad witaia tawpropar Hiiiltanoas of eagiaaeriag aria it a, sad U a tkottmghty wJoyhae aatt of eahiaatfam As lor ha isaaf oi aaie these y ha aa) diaajMaa. feHts tt UMr Use. rrm (As Mm York MtniU. ' Hate's aa fnaist of a Wrtible acci dent so a aisaat ear ta Chicago." 'What was U A cttWatoatr' "Jto; hut while paastag through a aewsy-MMied ittalrVt. M was astackad, ay aaasrse woivea. wb kttkd tear eosv dacsor aad two paeaaaiprw " An Willtar's UbBS. Iwliii Adaarttasr tat a aujaahasrof yeaea, ktu f>isUa ft g tm niamBBlKaj Mae PHP a"",aaBBBB a aaaaaaa aaaaaF aanpeannasFSBj 4eaW IMaifct H waU baa cfcgjafe. esnaa at let tajMaei d i ewae good fojajattljr. OYIa fher are waittas; oa the For the bask to take thaw iny wan tuat n ge ae Tee hossr aar awaataa haah All taaU loaaf laaslaaa haaaaaV i th- - Jt v- lilMnaanr ifaMni Theft ta artPwy iati ? to saw aatHBf sass amj mmm. Ufj ug Bgahaf tfeaaaK flMQMgtf aaflHsaWf aafaiWjaTS, AawTaAsaTaCaAvial: Atter aaast tsaaautlaty. stiidsal Aiesl i ilu -kaJt . DEATH BY HIS OWN ACT. A irrpartment blrrk Taken a t " Lenttanntn. Trdy hnvrwffl 19 aM 1 o'clock latawt A. renk, who mtrle at Js"o. 2 tth rttw rrort(Bt, com mftterl ncln by drinking a ewmprmnd compofed of carbolic acid atstf lartJa notn. fwtk m fotiM la Ml fowii. and 1ts. Strtckler, Haren and Cnrtla were ImmwHately mtmrnoned. Tlwy resorted to every means possible to revive the man.bnt t heir r-ffoTts were wrtsrowt gn, and Peak died la the ittmon atony anon) 12-30 o'clock. Thh irronrtaf Pmk dW not occupy his desk as ttsrtal In the de partment, ami it was lea mad tfcftt he was sick. He retnraed home after jUftlng for the Treajmry building, eemed very d pmident arid went to hh romm. His wife did not apprehend that there wm anything the matter, ami was oalr atttacttd to the room by her husband's groans 2o reasonable motive has as yet Vwi given for the suicide, but it tl intl metf-d that It was on account of fa nlly tr nbte. Peak received a goosl sal rv, was not flnnncmlfy embarnwand and was rlasewl as n oomnetestt employs at the Department. Cortnrtr Patterson, wlro was not ill aI, and will Investigate. turfmen 7t mm. I'lf-rrn I.nrtlllniil lltnnrtint n I'rHjiret fnr New Tt-noK. Nnw York, tet. HI. Pierre Ltr tlllanl entertalmnl the leading turfmen of the country with a dinner at the t'nlon Club last i vcnlng. Among the pnets wete Atiguet IWlmont, William K. VanderLIlt, .1. P. Itacgln, Ijeonanl Jerome, Senator Hearst, John G. Hicksher, D. D. Withers, L. h Lor rlllard, l)e Courcev Forltes, J G. IC Lawrence, Colonel I'lp, P. Lorrlllard, jr., Mr. Forbes of Hoston, John Hun tcr, Captain Coster, Mr. Morris and others. Incidental to the evening's pleasure, there was an Informal discussion of n scheme for the organisation of n new jockey club. Many unthuMoellc nnd honorable owners of race horses wouki like to have a club established, the pur poses of which shall be to promote homst methods and correct existing nhusts on the turf. The proposed club, U formed, will be an orginlzitlon of track owners and owners of lm portant stables, nnd Its rules will be so framed ns to protect the members from tricky turfmen and Jockeys and from treacherous trainers. A NARROW ESCAPE. Tim Count of I'ltrK Ilrarueil from At nnit Certain Dentil. Nbw York. Oct. ill The Comte de Patls hnd n narrow escape from a hor rible death during Ids Journey fr.m Montreal to New York yesterday. At Plattpburg the Count got off the train with others to get some luncheon at the railroad station. Not understaudlnc the signal for dermrtttre, he remained on the platform until the train whs fairly In motion. Then be made a spring for the high pisiform or the Wagner car He missed the guard rail with one h tod, but, holding hard with the other, swung In lctwecn the car platforms, For an Instant It seemed inevitable that he would fall to tho ground and be crushed to pieces. Severnl trainmen, however, rutin d to the rescue and succeeded In hauling him onto the platform. THEY LAUGHED TOO SOON. (lultxril Tim Mm fur Ilrlnir ItubbtHl Hint flcl liuhticil Ttittnialre. Teaahkana, Tka, Oct. 31. Two young farmers, named Matkham, while returning from New Iloston, were held up by a lone highwayman and robbed of sixty dollars. In a few minutes W. Thudgtns, a prominent attorney, and Hollln, another attorney, happened along, ami to them tho Markbama told their tale. The lawyers laughed at the farmers for allowing one man to rob both of them, and said they would like to see one man rob them. Tbey rode off laughlne at the farmers, but had not gone far when they were suddonlv con fronted with the robber and bis pistol. He robbed them of their gold watches and all their money. GROUND TO PIECES. The llurrlble Pale That lleUtl a IVutk una Iu Chicago, Chicago, Oct. 31 Noah J. Swenson was literally ground to pieces yesterday under the tly log crank of the big engine In the plant of the Western Paving Company at 34 West Chicago avenue. Ills skull was crushed, his limbs were twisted and broken, and bis body was shattered and lorn. He was accidentally thrown under the deadly erank by a fellow workman named Henry Lund sladt, with whom be was scutHlns over the greasy and slippery floor of the tngiue room. Lived Uyond lilt Steuo. Pi-rreHi'MU, Pa., Oct. 31. Van Abel, the cocfideatUl elerk of the L. II. Harris DfHg Company, k ateting , and hh) aeeawnu are $10,090 short For the past year be he lived beyosul his means. Harris Se Co. say they know where the young man is, but do not ease ta prosecute. Abel made a full eonfesttoa before he left aad turned over ta the arm his h ameboid goals and ether valuables. This property wM eesw about oau-lklfd of the deewea Uosu .1 YiAJtiu uf lulniuua IVutahw. itauMtms. Vx . Oct. 31 While Quofge Braam aad a coeapaaioa were hunting sear Puses Oaty tkey found a aark, ia which was the body of a child. A mark o law head sfcuweu where tka bsow had baeat atruek which kiUad U. TW authoehke are laveetigatiag Use ksjatkty. Xaosly evawjlMMly needs a good inaaMtlaa at teas taaaou to pusify the buMai asai butla a tiss siatesa- Bond's SaraaaaiiHs m taaaal snanAasst atafaaDttlatsf aasaad sattatCaaaanflaBl tOmamZ mm&kTkm m4 Wood yuxiAtx. it cutm sHarflJmJaV aaaft UlUiaMJal. lalj JgW Denial isK'nt lasMaJa" New Meltiaxt f KrteH)iir Kiaieitstas. Uaiauii. Oct 31. Th leaatacae Zti- Utlffl itAlfilsi ftatat Vb aHl ft eUUssikMaW Oi IMlf 4s9aM WMst aBattsMMrsalBC lO laSsaVftS JtUaWi fof tihaa lWasf Mji 9 faWsltfl'strisiJ V Bttsltt lkaaV Uilal Aaaafi tastaU kv tAlaft Blaaaafisl it anpiRTy tasaaar psjsaaa saBaw wj ssaaasr wspansVsssjgt isosmer guard aad four of that patty kiUad. ataW ahslaa W k a via JaWjast thahVAu . u. Co. wUi iil ouaioa tkkats tauu Webiaton to New Yuakeaty asaf all aaiaas ui the State ol alaar YtMk at afaaajgt psar sf"ews"e av avav aaasaap ew " ne SBfajp ejaar one has far the sound trip. Tkeia Ul b aM lor sJD Uaiaa Ouooar t and atoaetn hat 1. aad tU he f"! " retura passage ueUJ Soweaihar U, iaduairo. wa to K.ti tttMts ew Taw lawdlad kottJ proprietors aoi aaaflaamss at lavs IMatiiict hat e sukauistad Uaauus) Uatte ceuaael. Caaapbcli Car- aaWaMtjrja AftkiM sVO laaV LAatthMQkaBBaH ayaltBu kuU t-M kflaaT eaaaaUaW aaaa ftlb hotali hat aaaa1ad to ha kept oas o Suadays. hagtoalag with November 2, hi ike cAiluaive um uf tteu GnU. TO STRIKE TO MORROW. t roriTenln er Minors lletna; Held re Untfv the Qnestfew. Tsrtnt H.trrB, Ijso., Oct. 81 A delegate convention of mlnnrs of it ?-tstr Is being heM nern to cosnkgajr w proposed trlke to rnorrow. Tew rt forty su delegates present, representing both bituminous ami Mock coul mtite The r onteiitlon Is Ivr-lnt IreM sfnler tlw snxplrcs of the I'nlted Mlnsj Workers' t'nlon. bat delegates are present repre senting nsorganirod miners, who nnrtt biT ahont one half of alt In tire Stw The Mock coal miners Mined a yearly scale for seventy five rents a ton tke ytar round, beglnnine lat May, Snd ikej blmmlnou mlnt-rs s'tgnerl for setwity cents Putrb h Mr Bride of the etecn tlte brard strongly advocates a strike. So tors was tasen yesterdsy. Tlw mrmmrs of the union claim that tin non nRton miners are the agitators ftSim COXMN POIWHMErtT. A rrnir tllrl Whlpttnt nml MAttrentrit lit n llttopltitt. Mtxttn Tsn . Oct. 31 Lottie John son, a yonng woman about 9j years o age, who has no home, was admitted ti the Delaware County Infirmary about four years ago. The girl was healthy In every way, except that she wis su jert to r-trfiepttc fits. ()a August '21 last he was taken to the Richmond Asylum. She bad been there but a short time when she was discharged as cured. WLen she returned to the Infir mary she complained of luting sore, and upon Investigation the fact wasremted that she bad been whipped, her body from head to foot bring black and blue, ami in places the bruises were rnnnlnc sores. She relates many cases or out rageous treatment will there. ROUSED FROM THEIR SLUMBERS. Occupant or n Tenrntent Homo IIatc a Nitrron tinenpo. Tnov, N. Y., Oct. 81. At 1 :30 o'olock this morning fire was discovered burning fiercely In the large frame building No. HIT Third avenue, West Troy. There were four families who occupied the building, sleeping within, and they were oniy awakened In time to escape death In the Humes. The building wts lift In complete ruin Iwfore the fire could be checked, although the altrm was sounded promptly nail the lire do psrtmtnt responded quickly. The building was owned by Solomon Wlckcs. The nmnunt ol Insurance or tho estimate or loss has not yet been as certained. FIGHTING AT A DANCE. t'ltlj Couple KncHte In an AITritr nnil Several nra Injured. Cartiiaob, It.!. , Oct. ill. D irl ig a country dance nenr here Welnes I ty a bloody row was canted by a v Mine man named Moses Prlnty, who h nl bt en ordered out ol the house Kiftt counlesengageil in the affray. K-iUi". bilcabats, sticks and chaits w. retlit weaMins. Joseph Mttnson was m-oli ably fatally stabbed ami Moes I'riniv was also seriously cut. Ttiere wero no a rusts IKGENDIARIES ATTOK. I'lte Hue I'lay Sad llavoo In h 1'enif ylvanla Clly. EitiB, Pa.. Oct. 31. This city Ins suffered severely recently from the work of fire bugs, and Wednesday night tires broke out In four different parts of the city. In one Instance three families barely ercaped with their lives. Ferdi nand Fesclier was arrested on susplcloo, and other arrests will follow. .Mjderloiitly DUappeared, Jouf.t. 1 1,!. , Oct. 31 A week ago E. A. llcatly of this city went to Chi cago, bovine In his possession a consld erablusum of money, and nothing has been heard from htm since, lleatty left his wife and family In straitened circumstances. He has alwavs led n respectable Ufa and his friends think some harm has befallen blm. The King- or Holland Itutaue, Tnu Haouk, Oct. 31. It has become known tbat the malady from which the King of Holland suffers is entirely of a mental nature. In fact his Majesty Is Insane, Physically his health Is per fectly sound. .The story of his protracted bodily Illness was devised and tntln talntd In order to prepare the way aod prove the necessity for the establish meat of a regency. Money Caused III Iluln, Ghand ItAi'ipe, Mich., Oct. 81. Louis Wolf, who halls from Louisville, Ky., where he fell heir about five years ago to $900,000, was arrested here yesterday as a common drunkard. Ills downward course hag been rapid and be is bow a total wreck, working about the saloons of the elty. W'xthloEtou block Hxcuaoga SaU Kegolar Call 13 o'eleek . TiauVia' Nat'l Bank. II s 1st; 1U. Lu4Ib Xat'l Bank, 3 all. Cap. X Souk () m. K. K., SO a W. Wash. Gas, M a -Wj Caw. Jt Pot. Tel . 88 a Mi S a W. Amu. Utapfco., WW a H; 80 a 14. Paeu. Gun Cantac. lJhfiS a tH. UiMttUsbeous- Bonds U. S. BWitliC Liaat 1st, &', WH; U. S. Kieetrie light, ad. ISO: W. Si O. K. K. Ift-Mla, R-W-tai, !,; W a O. Chwverdaie k?a, lib; Mmmie Hall Ast'a, 5's, C ItaW, 107; Hash. Market Co., Ut Mort. , 1U; Waah. Mwhet Co., Imp., ', lli Itd'd X aeatawrd Co., ', U ie7, ; Wash. U. Infantry. Ut, '. 1WM. ; tsaah. U. I fantry, 2d, 7's, 1904, ta), Wsh. 6a Lht Co , JaarTi, e's, llfti; Wash. Gas UahtCo Set- B,s, KI.HyfaeaelceCo.JaTXart, ITt.ess Amerfcaa Security and Tvust, 108. SiatHuud Bank Stocks Hank at Waak Imgum, ; Beak U Ketmhsh. m Metso ulUtaa, SU4, Ceatnd. 9JK aVamad, a, aimers aud MeihaatliM. '.taV, CttlMBa'. 1W; t Bhsataas. I ii Capkai, im. West BaaUufl. Tradas', lati. Lincoln. Ui HaUriaant ftiiiirlfi Wasihliirtflaii auul aeofSjatuwa, tail; Measopuattaa, task Uu. IxmHuTn; Uapttol aadWeath O Street, set' fie1 faetfrii aad aoUsase kioasavaV, aearmaWwa ud Tatuially Wwu, Hi; iMgiav wood. lliawaiwe Stock Fhwuiaa's, 47. Fraak Uav. Sas ilatitrirtiWifTt las Xaskesal Uaieaw a; ArliactoB, WO; Ctweuraa, sd, Coliaev bia, W, Uestaaa twaiiriii, Ua Kteaaae, W. wega, , ireopas's. . uaeoMU at- saM HasaasaVVsakMM sNOHasa- AMH TsU,m-, Colsmuda TiHa, s, W num. - Gas and Jutectiie tAxbt sttoeaa waaisaf- tea Gas, ai; CaswgaaWa Oaa, ssk uewegnwwa uaa, mn w- - Ut. Stutks-FeiUtaytiwass. tjak Caaaaoaaka aad Foiiwuiac Us, daaavsaaa VWaUeausa asoefca, WasWasjttia hkar ket Co., 17; Wsihiaglon jatek aaaehiiin Co., mi Usaat rails ke Co.. -i KS ftwPajMwaaaio., W. lUteal eaVh) Ba- uada. Snflc ViiklmiUM Safe laaaaais. KBs VastoLoTaad r!m CaTW jWHalc. ift. iMnnMBsVMsft &Ss Carriaam fe l,sliSinaa sajpaaa) t Wsafst s V t VflPs a aadslasiSBasBp ssjSBBsaia) M., , Mi Uul VsWUiugVajAiBBMsBs VaW JsaasthCtaat 5PflaSP TPKP"Snf asv aaaaBSBjBajaeBssBBSBBBS s ge1 s lhaBku M K. Co. skt aaU etov sioa tfckeu tovu VasuassheS to fltUe- eaaBBhaa at rata mi uua faaa 1st I ajaaBSBBPaf w " saiu imm saassap,sw LTaTaXssSaT dsteeisaas- iusaianasSsSa. ha uld to other iwUtU u, sae atate uf ia- )vaS0a. MsVjaUaal TMW irtjirtl , eWkkWl- sWaWUtC VU HUTUMN WASHINGTON BENNING'S t omm nm it f.'pay f T-!! JlS5-2TUS -I52 JSTafe -!!:' 'j" ''''I'ai. ... ni Tr- - a tiaiuai &. . k m a ssa aaaru asv s's. 1 1 wv ji itiMi-a; JJi' 'ViiS Jn 4'a4"iir TA.l&)i- VKV-VSWl imOR TtAT. Itir HJO...J V!?w Tiir RarsFT ri.ASDt fAhT. fWfItACllATr. J Admsston aTotrsfl. arsnd staatl aad iool tatva, St. tBi'ftwMae; etehawwe and Tiffs, It o. Afct-tj to 0 ). ETAFi.rs. Treasaesr, WMatd's Hotel, P twssfcsjrs ha4s. ( hjfi-t terabits eharartets isW he eseratleu. Trstns wave H. P. Wspot rtJBi, IMs, j s j:ja, jeatsM tttfa, ssaajais, ostS4t FOR A GOOD SHOE VISIT Wilson & Can's For an Easy Shoe UOTO WILSON & CARR'S. We cany the Uet Une of Patent Tather etroes for tiadles aod Sea tlenen at S a pair at Wilson & Carp's I'nMilnnnhte.Minc .Hon. Kn. 020 V NTItKirr '. W., WashtBRtos, D. a BALTIMORE STORB, 4 noil a wr.sT itAi.Ti.Monr. sTtturrr. THE SERYANT GIRL EVIL. A rlan Saggcitril to Stop Tholr Tiller- th I'racllvltlea. from Mr Aw Tirt Ttibwne. Here is a hint for wives who live In the country during the summer. It comes from a wmutn who says that she has suffered io much from servants who wou't stay away from the city that she ficls kindly towards all others who are harassed with like cares. "All ser vants," she says, "earnestly declare that they have no objections to the country. Hut when they take their first day to go to the city tho chances arc tbat they will not return. This would not be so bad If they would lion istly nilriiit that they were not coming back, as one could then send for an other Immediately. Tbpy protest, how ever, tbattberois no possibility of their railing (n appear on time, lint they do fsfl regularly and persistently. "Onu or my girls seemed to me to havcealntd llfty pounds once when she startid to New York. She never cams back and her amazing Increase or llesb v.os due to the fact tliut she bul her whole watdrobe on her back. It was a fearfully warm day and she must have suffered greatly merely because she would dicelve me. As'she was not at nil itllclcnt I should have been ninro than willing to let her go, but she act ually bccKcd mc to keep her and then calmly walked off. 2sow whan 1 en gage servants I tell them that I shall al was withhold one week's wagon. They come to me on that agreement and so cannot complain. The result Is that Vi ben they go to the city they come back promptly, having a part of their wages in my bands, or if they really In tend to leave me. are forced to bo hon est about It In order to get that money. I find that the plan works admirably." Flee Wlilnky. from 14 rAUJilpki Prtti. OwIngtothodroughtatSIalhaur, Cal full whisky barrels are falling to pieces. It Is icarcely possible that the thirsty citizens are allowing the liquor to go to waste. The sight of a man full of whliky falling to pieces Is unfortu nately too common a one, but similar demoralisation on the part of the barrels Is a novelty. A fainter Mr KeecJ. From lit .'w 1'ert . A Minneapolis mesmerist hypnotizes, or tblnks be hypnotizes, people by flashing his eyes at them. If be roally poisesses this accomplishment be should lose no time in teaoli!oj it to the Hon. Thomas HracKclt Heed. With a hyp notizing eye the Speaker's control over the minority In the next session would be absolute. Uaby'a r.ook ymm MnaitfU H'hAV. Pond I'ather Whleh side of the house do you think the baby looks like, Jim Jim -I dunuo, Fred, but 'peers to me he looks 'bout as much like the out. side as he does like the inside. OUCMlUQi M-smVmA. lfepubllean Nobody has ever bees able to say aught agalaet Harrison's private life. Dowaenat- Yea, I great yast tltat; and I think the wueetlavB W: "Oan YVe Spare Him fraw Private Lifer" As Uaual, Uram Mutt. yflBufnosistef fhe tarssT btf psai up price. Vfa mat teawssi. W base shall we begin? Foaaaa---A auU at daw k pay of the wea. Nine Out of Ten Fenoaa aaa musts have catena la a facte ur agjraivatfd teui. ana y-t uoaasautSivelr law iar ear atseaataa to it, not atasasaar to seattas yjLsalJ k4s9 lettsj fcsaVHat utiMaf MssaaWaT-MU 4aasasasVsaasU saaasassh SssaV sWtMMeBaiAte aU)4 Q43AMalUfMsjMaU ftafs KaVf tattsW tlO isjrfitosVV if tsMt IXOiiWssI bl ssssist ssaaaMsVassst. caiawh ortaaai la beiAW la the hlood aii s4idr-M a loaatltiutnaaj sesaadr h shwd's -MssasAistfiala ieahass a taoecMiah uaaa. i aae baaa a sutarar tauas Cataru tut coed asaay years, t triad aaarir ssarnasair 1 SBaMaW Ml sUWl ajH sMattJF 4eUtflfBVeVft B-aMNki-fllaUafs WttsaV ttasl&M Off la) sMsMaM ttHsiil I (Mattel takiaat shajd-a saasiMstaMUi wsaoh lassaww aaiaf taask W maajMH lent siinaoasjiini dhjMlt-Waitsadaaj mmHmi aha it is wad siassrtiaa "-sfa. A. S, !. tSBaahaV Hah. Hood's saatf he t rms;lata lt at fat S fa aasaduabfC. I. sMMSittk-.teajaakyejai. MO 7UIEETING JOCKEY CLUB, COURSE. S!.T!I vsbivi n -t s tnm rrrsn.t IVT iitr hai-i vT "1'"lt"-J"-' ',.-." nnt)otTi(iNATM, LANGUAGES, THEBERLITZSCHOQLsf LAMGUAGES n tth Strtet Northwest. Best ami fet Praettoat tirstroetlim TBRMR, $. Rraaebes In w Terk, Weston . PMhvlet pMa, CMdaet, rarH, srlln, taomton, Me. ACAURMT OF TttE riOt,r CROSS, tt Maes. Ave.. Affords ever; facility for acquiring athor oefthedacatlonln literature, ma4e natt art. The Instniments tanght are ptawi, harp, vto Ire, RtiHar, mandolin ami banjo. Iinrowes, Keeeral voea?, drawing nnd fanoy work free, settyr SPBNCHHtAM TtrStNBSS COIXHOB Cor. Tt h ami D t. n. w.. Embrce Sit Pehool, vl! Fehoot of rraottcnl nudness nno Aeoonnt StHHl of rrepnratory I'raotleal Bnullli. School of 8boTthaml and Typewrttlnc. . . School of Spencerinn I'raetloat l'rnmanstilp. Sobool of Memanleal ami Arelitteoturat I rawing. . , Beboot of Civil Fervlce Tralnlnc. Itay nnt Night Sessions, lllaitrated fata lCcttM free. II C. smNCBH.I.L.rirrlnelrl. MttS. SAIIA A. srENCGR. Vlce-t'rlnetpat. se4,tf h n 1S8 UAYAItD'S INSTITUTE, Nor walk, Conn. A Heme E eliool for Girls and Voang tidleK. Number of boarding pupils limited to twenty Excellent advantages In Musle, Art and the Languages, njmnastum. riearant grounds. Healthful location, rnplls boarded through the summer months. Board, washing and tuition In tho English branchos, IKM per sebolastle year. Send for circular. A 1 KADVlLt.K THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL, MeadTlllo, To. Pduoates for the rhrbtlan Ministry. Himhb rent and tuition free. An entrance feo ot sen for gs, beet and eare of room. All oxponw moderate. TermlieglrwSErTEMDSKSO. Address HKV. A. A. LIVRHMOHE, D. D., frtMoeot. Meadvllle. )M. jt T IM AIKBN'S SCHOOL TOK OtRt.. Stamford, Conn. BstabHshed la IBIS. Prepare for eolleite. travel and boae. Tho method by whlehthe mental tseultlos are edBeated will be found la tbe second edition of 3Hh Aiken's para rhlot on "Coneentrated Attention," now ready, for sale at DreBtao', SUnkm Square. New York. TJUTOBlVS COLLKQB I'HEI'AHATOH? ECIIOOU New Druaswlek, N. J. Boarding Sehoei for Boys and Young Man. Prepares for the best eolleges, seleatlle ssboola or buslaess. E.H.COOK.A. M..PU.D.. Head Muter, OT. JOHN'S COLLEGE, Anna polls, Jtd. lSlst seasion eossBieaeea lTn BEtTEM DKIt. Slant L'epartraests aad tear eearses of study, llulldlflge beatej by steam. Terse moderate. For catalogue address tbe presi dent. THOMAS PELL, LL.D., Vb. V. T INItEN SEMINAHY, Ullti. Pa. A sebool for yoaag girls aad young ladles, alLltltz, Laneastsr County, Pa. 97th year. A sate, eoEDfortable sabeol boae; thoroajb methods; earetaloversliblof the Individual pupil; advaaeed eeerses of study; very pleas ant loeatkHi; steam heated, I860 per reur. X17ELLS COLLEGE rOR WOMEN, Aurora, Cayuga Lake, N. Y. Tbree full eoursas of stady. IeaUaa heantUel and beaUbfuI. A reJlaed Ctwbtfcu basse. "ew buMdifiK readv next September. Sesatoa begiaa SEPTEMBBU W, WW. Seod for entahagee. . . a, rsBs& u. v pH ANULBH SCHOOL Of SCIENCE AND THE AKW, Haaaver, N.H. h itermn tbe araialaat or HfcSF. S. K. Kt8HS. -VTSATSaV INsWtTOTE, La 11 aa tier. Pa. The Um. MOsfTSqMWtY X- Mslasf'iys. U- d Uaiid IJsjeAajt fuw n pLAajaliaUaJ n 4SVa "SasasasSBi ssaasasesBBSt ssa asejrw srasaTe eav 111111 tab am al the) fcea ianila ssssllr. At arwwii taete ate two fammtlm. Ur.Uoot has teat boa ta alnsvaat.Yaas. Frlaoaioa. CoiBmhtu. Usbes, Amaai.it. Wsusy, Wast Ktat, Aaaaaoa. Aa.. aad has ast had a uu date for adaaasebsei tejat'Wd S' T. LUKES UeSML, P. A a4a"4iasnef adssMaL 3bsWstiWWeUF lasill h taltonaai reisasdfiil swsieiinitsnai- Boiur tAnJ II Hajfr UaLfipa j-a- BjSkAr MflAfaWpjal (aaT EaUAl BBaseeaBa aeavaa-e srajaw sa ssssr aawasaasaaa" a rmmm aaas. aajw aaai this jav to Yass. Harvard aadPssnitaiina, Spaela) oateof loaaaar buy. CaUalJti H. aTSaODT. laawlaat- tatty if wf . Law ftm rilalWif VtllafaW1 V AVCeWsVY-M-LdW. Mtfi sattsaataWaSBttWBBaM Wiisssssstns, c YVaaaaBBBBT IjLSaT UajAaftaus UM it aiaaat aerShweet "TysjaWiaWtf WsssWWasa AjsxatapfiTw. Mai Aimal Mat 41 mt CaaaaVaBaWsatf BaattiaVataL tbataaU ismiaflKSsBa3aog a eftA aiDAaaa 4m saw lauttBoa aes ui ave O I. WBfcilsL ..2JaV mmmmn&miTxm WKmmm. Aauanaaaaa Xas. tfmmSiMlag, F St. tMlOll Atit rstrT!S. I LBtton-SSKW T.YI KtTM TnETRF J Baltimore. M.t Xrragemerit of Edwin Booth AZSD Lawrence Barrett SWrctAL tTAWfrOTOJI MttT nntsnay.irov -MtHVSTorvs"rcF r. Bomb as Snyloek Jfr.Barr-ttR-Bj.-ii "ainrda S'gbt o- S-ftt,Rr. it. Booth an Ramtet Sir Barrett La-te-Soisday.Ro to-.OLtDi c-F.ar xt Borilnfi" Bfntns sir. fSstwrr a ' i 'n W edt d , Nov. t-Jt CB8TH. jtr jSmrtbaTatbeth Vt Barrett as V - id mfay. ISov i4-C)THt.Mt. Mr. Booth ss I ago. JSr Barrett a nho'l . Faweafls 'to (irehera rha'ra fJvi Batemv $.(M leetndtrg transportation both wtr seats row o syje at Boftwt r w m -Boot 9tme. SSt nrreeaih street, fiom 0 1 m te&p m. Beeetnl trains for w atneton "vi-h-'w t leave tin rennttvsnl R R from Mtth strert Pep"t atS- p m. hirp, arvlr'n if I'nton tatlon, Baltimore (threw mlmti vi-alk fmm l.rrenm Trtestre) Tteturnm hmve same station Immediately after the rr frrwanre. J ' A LUAfOH'SOKASD OfKR HO"8F. Rvery Bveittng Watb ee Satnrdar. Keapriearanee of that Tnwlo Kmotimil Aetress and Besntltnt Woman, RHEK, -IN- JOSEPHINE, Empress of the French, Seprorted by U'll.I.IAM IIAItlllt A NAPOLRON ItONAPARTE Anil an Excellent Comnanr. THE COTUMBS AHE SUPERn. The Mounting of the PUy Magnificent. Next wcck-LEWlS MOnillSON In FAUST. Sea tsji ow nn sale. 87 tf VT EW N TtONAL THKATItK jL Ecry Evening. Wed. and Sat, Mats. Boston Howard AtliBnaeum Star Spocially Company. The Great Clmjuevalll, Hub slavln, Outeh Daly. Conroy and Fox, Belle niaek. Hros Hartnw, IlolMet Troupe, Kato I)avl. Arthur Forest and Others. Monday, November 3, CONHIEU COMIOOPEILV COMPANr 15 The King's Fool. Scats nowjHi ilO; r 1NCOLN HALL. OnoWcek, Commencing Monday, October 27, TlieOreatostof All Uurlenuc, T UP TO DATE, An plnjed at the London Gaiety Tliontre. It all the Original .Mulo. Scenery, t'oftii , Paraphernalia ami a Great Cast, Including Miss Kale Castleton aa MAU0UEU1TK. 50-CHOKUS 8INOKR3-5n I- GAIETY SKIRT HANCBIIS 4 The Merriest Hpectaoular Proiliiatlon of 11 ir lowine Ever Keen In America. Regular Theatre Price'. t-euti at Mutierott'a Mutlo Store and Box Offiec at Mmlu Hall o"ts-ht HARItlS IIHOU THEATRE. MONDAY, OCrOUEIt ST 1 he Populsr Irish Comedian, BOBBY CHYLOR, In an Elaborate Production of tbe Comedy-Drama, An Irish Arab. Next Week-HEARTH OF NEW YORK. 'S NEW WASHINGTON THEATRE, UTO ST. TniS WEEK-LadleV Maitnte Tomorrow. H V HYDES B S Star Specialty Coutpauy, I'rum II) Ue A. Ilehmun'a Ihrairr, Uroohlyu, N. Y, Next week London Gaiety Company. K-t GLOBE THEATRE-WEEK OK OCTOBER M. Matinees Monday, Wednesday, Frl day and Saturday, GRIEVES' BURLESQUE CO. The Champion l-llimi KKKEBS-I A GIGANTIC bl'BClALTif to T HE KEOLIKN. Is the Gr-iieat of All Mnateal lastiuraeats BeeaBse R performs any taasle rrem a waltz or a ballad to an arertere or a syraaboay more besutlfuHy and more Botfly perfast than auy other alBrfle tastrsseat. Tbe AeaUan ta at Beebaalcal, bat tba Bisatanlatton of it la so aunple tbat a person asa ! to play It with froa ob to thro weeks' praetlee. Yoar visit to see this In sssBMeat vjW be aatawated a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, Mt PA. AVE., Ecrfe Aaaat for Stelnway aad Other First CSnaa Ptoaawt aaa Orgaaa. 60LB MB3AI, PARIS, 1878. W. BAICER & CO.'S MM Cocoa I qlttultilclu suu-e uuj it a wluMi. JVb Chemicals a i. . u a itM prtLiUAtacs 1 : ) If ftJl tmVmf t mm PU 6tf- t- ! . u uj. t lJUJt 4ii bJ k st v W bUatxr Ulai 14 UaiUt.fsi 1. ta Ct-uuwu ktUs Zmug Ut (A- svnfl j. it U Ua-UCUna IV. mtiii i , -.. jttftr"Ti AaUlT Xi-tel J l y.4 xlunrmBjT ssaaettyUA txj ut. a u 'Weil m mvyexwn m ie in Jis4ltl UvGac4TavryHUt'rt-., W. BAKER & CO.. Doreksster, Mass. TVt, P. SELTZ Importing Tailor, sue oeo Valets aatUMttfjLciuXTr sa I fill EH A H aB 1 IH Mm Slip mw lii I mi iifwiin i i ' "i .