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THE DAILY CKITIC, TtJESD T EVENING, NOVEMBER 4,1890.
rX5m DAILY CKflttG OAfWAts itfe BifiUsirr Mt)RfHWl frJtMlMfM 0ITT B. C. gmWffli iiililiMmiiini it in irui urn i ii"ir 'i "" TttH Of MJJUUBiPflOS iflHKlwtMarmnMVimf w 1 areas Mlteenv. taoMh IsWr TliB dnifie, IMW Um I 1 i ir...M..a,Henw.T.1.M..i. . -. MMwmrm mn . -- mi CAStAftA'S CDXSflTCriOX. Canada bat etctme practically a cotatM dependent y of dime Ikttata only 1m betne. tn fart, dniitels really fin fmhiwfnt cmiotry. S.i far from centrlbuilng to the ttiDpntt of the tit 1'ttUl Government, the b.mslnlon levies Citelr me rlutkt mi Imports from Great Hrlleln with the same freedom Ut-tt site leys taewi upon Imports from other connotes. As with onr own country, Canada levies these duties, tool only for revenue, bat f.r the "protection of lxft Musi lie." KoglUh papers are now urging Canada. In view of the Mc KlNLKY law, to tulopt free lrle; tint wbetber he does or doe sol rests en tirely with herself. The "Mother Cetir.uy" has no nvre to tin with Canada's set ion In the matter than the United Suits. The power of making trestles for the empire as a whole or for sny of Its parts Is uUlntri by the Imperial Government, but Canada takes the liberty of enforc I pi; hir own views of treaties directly tclatlrg to her Interests, ami the Im retlol Government, however reluc tantly. Is compelled to acqnktm In thoee views. Tbl Is teen In the way Canada has acted with reference to the ihbirles treaty of 1SI9. Tbe Imperial Gout anient hai been compelled to tik Canada's view, though it was ngal ist the views or vsishes of the Korean Office at Tendon, whlrh had no tlestre to be drawn Into a controversy with Ibis witty over so t mall a matter as the New fiuindlnml fisheries, and which w moreover, local to Canada. In fart, at staled by a recent writer on the subject, the Canadian Parliament his "al power necessary or proper for per f (limine the obligations of Caned or of sny province thereof m part ot the lltltlsh Km pi re towards foreign coun tries arising under treaties between tbe cmdre and such foreign countries." The recent law of the Canadian Parlia ment to extradite criminals was drawn up without regard to treaties. In that It embrace, as extradlUble, offense not recognised as such In the treaties of the Imperial Government. tVhenlhe Dominion Government wm f firmed In IMT many Idea were adopted from both tbe ltHlish Constitution and from the Constitution or tbe United States. Specified powers only were given to the Provinces, the rest reuHla Ing with the Imperial Gover-weot, or vesting In tbe Dominion. The exclu sive legislative powers of the Provin cial Legislatures are julie ev ttfcshe, extending a tbey do, generally, to the amendment of the Provincial coosiiiutloas; to the lay ing of direct tax ami the borrowing of money for Provincial purposes; to the establishment and tenure of Provincial offices; te tbe management of prUoos, charities, sebools and municipal IbjU 84titls; to the creation and regulailoe, of pre per ty and elvll rights, and tbe aj rolnlsUatkw al justice In tbe Provinces; ami, generally, to all matters of a merely local or private nature. As with ui. Do minion ami Provincial lawj sometimes operate em the same subject, as, for la ttanee, those regulating the sale of Htjuots. There hi a general Dominion act awl local regulative bote. In the nuke up uf the Dominion iSurtteatekt the British Parliameat was taken as the gesteenl model. The nomf hr esftcckbi known as the House of Cemsncns, but the upper branch is tfcikd tbe Senate. In the latter the hrditry piUciple of the Ik ww t IjohU was discarded. Tn-: UaaeeM Senate contains 80 members. ef wboan Ontarij km i. Quebec Si, Kstva Scotia 10. New Bruaewtek 10, Prince Edward's IaUad 4. Bridek Co ksmMa g. Manitoba 8, the Korthwest Tesntkwies 9. Seneioes aee apgoUted iff the Oeeetsot-GeHial for life. Thy must be 38 yean of age, and nmni hong seei ami ps taonnl nsooessy of ie vatue of 4,M4 over ami above theeMf tad llabUMea. Ybesnse esef sjviaiUcnskm tbey must csNsstotse ht nontee. ami each Seataet knequised. uretor a wsoliities of that body adoneed i am, to lake, within twensy 4ny fceen ttm ! of theisst learine of eeesi Pm lament, an oath eosHaiafag a sVeUsnsnae, that he holds wcopsrty of Th Mo was of Commons is coanpotel gj jmg HasjiBass, aoaosskoaad aasiMg wel veajhwa Paovlntias. aAaaoabaanaiy to MgeilahB Ko pcosmrty itaalinViaMnei P ejeiBBpBjBBsesm seeee ver p "p "" nsgni. Moomy bslh) ane iAtsodMiail og ttm iW of a Minioor retgoebtu to lfc PXtiasseal, as U Swat Rrttasa. la nualwi of parUamcniwy acaetiea Ea Hah BfacadaM are geaeraiiy foeba4. 4 iamwn-i Court of the IKmaUioa isga KiMMnii ta W8. Itcoastouof PMkf Jaoici a4 ive mtiaae Judges. la it got awaowe to the seaae ouscowm la, jay a apgaaJ saay ba take isosa k so HmfoMchwy CoaMaittae of A Ftttf asgajaH of Kaejaad $m Ha oeoeae have her nam aewsd ef eLgjb oouMUy aad Is polieolsaninkM fiisf ant tuiek teseecst ajnf aggresr fcm el ttei Cc,r ujmw thafeaafcvi- lasss. TVii iifir" ui iijitrpnaffriofa doea Ml eokf aay deake fur aaneiititm with thin conuauy tut rathox prevu&u Uit glittJi of u:h a eiUiuitut Tbe C'o.u tdlsits appear to desire to work out limit fntwr dwrtivy Mt ttttrt o y, tt a ffea atm lMWfi'Bmnrw ftftrmt. TftR !otwA. rtl!c BrtJrtty Wi jtajot 5i rttstRv'e rlhWi t Is smtie thtee otet 3,W. OoveMN Cahphki.!. had a llttlt tar than ft.mm majority ow JViTtAKp.it last yest, hut tltat h) trot a etfretlntt. The real li!Mttft ,. JwHty la tmt 2,000, but It will nVmbtles Stfffrce to Meak t' e tlajot's Core roftttt terotd. It is conceded that the Safe ftt rwrtw this majoitty, b ft it certain that h will tw rhj'enteil, Just ti sanm., IV i;ret Tml made by i$m inwly leaders, local pride, ami Hw tnnrig In of a vast amount of money BI Cotmt for the result, provided It fetnltt that way. TR !t t.f AS ha raued to ba n"d IB inmqnes eshjottalroas to tbe fdthfttl tn treat the Chrhttlans with rrpert. tn the the CbitstlftM wera calle I brother nf the Moslems, ami It wm derlfe I thit the ful'an was detetmlneii to protect tie Chthtlftf.i within hh dnmlnl'n. The Sultan Is ln?c-omlit quite Hbernl. TBK 1'MXBTt.VAJltA TAMrAtBX 1M brtn romewhftl prolific of libel mils, but Qr-AY still hanas on to dtgtilnel sllenev. Dklamatkr N not so sllen', but he heaps out of court ns carefully as he would out of a plsgue MHchen country. U'lt.t, Sot tmb f-sieemed 7Vf loll a wrmltrlng world when "ex-Govornnr l'nter.ov." who. It siy, 'is a candt late for the Vnltnl States Sen-vte against Stnalrir Fakwrli.." occupied the guber nsUiiIal chair of the Sucker Staler !Skxator Ilovn said In a recent ptcch in Jlaachusetts that the Mc Ktst.Rt Tariff law has "broHUt free Irade nearer." Precisely, ditsl as the secession of the skve holding States brought emancipation nearer. Tun I.osnox 7Vmr aays "there Is no famine worth naming" in Ireland. Of cotttse not, only some Itlih peasants ttarvlng to death. That's all, and It U not "worth naming." ViiKTitKK Quay will know how It fet Is to have "a Governor of hU own" will be determined to day. Pathsox, If electul, will belong to no man. Jin. Glaimtoxk says that the Hart-ineton-Cbamberlaln Unionist ptrty of Giealllrllatn Is broken down aad Its numbers broken up. Tun tVniTX HousHand the Kxecu live Departments are deHrtitl to-J.iy. I'ri ttv much everybmly has gone hme to vote. Tun Giirkks Ann trying hard to form a Citblnut, but haven't Mioceeded In flrdlng tbe requisite timber m yet. "Thkhk IS TtCTOMY In ilia air," ibr.iit a tin usaml pepers thU tunmlng. Cirtalnly there K but for w.Uom? DKT.AHATKM a &U ml tn! U said to be the Standard Oil Company. Skw Yokk co-vsumkb 15,000,003 bil lots In to day's election. HOTEL ARRIVALS. MrtrjH,!ilaitmivl Williams, TJItl Itoek. Ark.: W. K. Memiel, Mantle TatT ami Samuel C. Ktilm, New Vork; W. U. Nlggs, Alltalieny, l'a Xalioiuil V I.'. TowpVItt, SoUni, Va.; CnloMd a. T. Kline. Mimlawl; II. N. lUn tti, Uontou; ArtUur IVrlim ami JiMapk OkKinwH, Jersey Ctt; II. X. fuller, Kcebeattr. St. Jamn-K. Von N.xt 111-Wall vlti, Smoi: J. O. nllthwalle, Texas; O V. Kerte, New York: W It, Tbomas, Tullulali KIU, (is.; J. Y. lly ami wire, Hrooklyo. HOIenr It. '. Parsoos ami wife. Nat ural Itiktge, Va.; James Anderson and I.t-wis Heiwai), Nw York; Jobn II. Dartt Ml, rtoavokti, Vu.; K. M. (Srier aixl wlte, KHsaWth, N. J. Hum-A. O 1'biliips. J.lfieoiH, Nub.; VV. V. Mnell, Abvtlle, N. C ; W. U. Scarfe, lltUburg. Wtfettr'tY.: Bottling. Jr., and Mrs. William Kukllmr, Milwaukee; BernarJ tie Ftuta, 1'arU, France. N'mWi-I. II. Dele and VV. S. Pea fll.l. New Vork; 8 V. White, Brooklyn. Sohurrhitm VV. 1 lierce. lltuburg; S V. IHivU and K. T. Hall Nw York; Mr. gut Mm. C. W. Itoree, CiaeianaU, JriVttoe 8. Collies, K. it. Meeae aad T. J. Wawi, New York; George f, KiHob, Cbieago. Atnm Hubert Howsoe and J. V. Kxua, New York. XunmtuU:K. J. Kdw. Mlnnea pohe; ti. U Barton and wile, Viegmii; K. 1. Ftafe, Boston. t:UUt.- tieaiy U Abbott. U. & .V.; C. C. tlr, Mill!, toadon, Kwc.; K. W Keney aud wlI,Bxfclys; II. A, Mavor Olaapnw. Httti Jvltuim.J. W. Aekefwan, New York; VV. C. Hares, WaireotOB, Va.; . K Myers, New York. 76jy -F. I. SniMad, HaUimore I V. Buss and . 8. Webster. A t'utecrul UuiiarUea, from Ou A'to York Tfaesi. Tte Western editor who said that I was easier for a jackass to pass through the eye of a last year's potato than for a work lag man to extract comfort from any atctioa or schedule of the McKbv ley bill, wrote forcefully, eve though he equally failed to leoroJuee the nee eiee words of the aciiasttral alasUe which be obviously had hi has mind. ' m i'ltte U4- Am- (b KK We kvjhjee egtfciWieV ftUUK WAYMiJH BI0r What's the use of wcuiyUg, Ot buxejteg. And wuxryleg, Eeciybudy tlunybig, Aad U eakiag up their seat ! Wbea every aunt h teartdag PMacbieg and lntinK-htae as, To tetUe dwa aud end ma Fur unlet wax are Seat. tbe ram 'bat trickles deem to showers, A Moaning riitnga en imessy wm Tta i iftfiiTM Maar taa. em pr"" "sPTe tna npr Theee's ruiu m the tieapaat'e saabi Tbase'sruut is tbe v4ee of Aad they ehme aae aiaat Who early Ware to ddenuuAe Tvemaelves, thdr vtelsaae ekata, Aad wove, by tbslx seMastata, That tuit ways ace keat. Kotking's gemeg by wnwgklg, aVy butrylng, AAdseswiaag. fh trniajrTnj JriTi1iHl UMaU Aud te pumuv f aaewaiatlltahm isViel te4 (b9 (aWWOMMViMMWtoal 'TUUMdKfv U ivi &$ TeaM 4j tfeudbT 4a&9 teA WMHS Uhutwt Otr to mim hm Ofuiake iibiiinji iiae deVkmeMa. rabu aodaeteae ia baaat aadaane, TlHtrucjiuUaiwegstoseaark, And Lubfi ---- tA: ad tttr ear sad auaaons. B wtbu Uhiu itid ateoes wtthvut, tt c toil iimrh. atU w'cr 4 duitbt, lb' 4.ct todjtt Aft tnt ,t Jt AMUSEMENTS, fmrrth MM avMt tt rtalttmar. Tliwe gient artists, tmttwtthfed by a jimtt rapabre compaay of actors and aetrwwa ami an audtewc of ttnutal wl brllltanry and culture, psrtlrl td last night at the baptism of the Sew I.vccum Thcstre. Baltimore, one of lb nirwt beautiful, convenient and thoroughly equipped tetmrtes of the drama In tbe country. The opening of a new theatre Is at all time a no'leeable event, but It h wldom that the Inauguration of a home of amusement Is accompanied by the addition! attraction of such dfe tlngntshed dramatic sponsors as Elwln Hooth, Lawrence Harrett ami Minna Gabs. 1 1 was eally the d ramatlc event of thesenson, nut only toll dilmomns. but to 'Wasbtnctonlans. for In addition to tbe popularity here of Mr John vT. Al bangh, the sole proprietor of the new house, and of his son, Mr. .1. W. Al bangh, jr., who will be Its mnffer, the architect of the building Is Mr. William Hrnce Gray of this city, who lsst night shared with the Messrs Al bangh the congratulations of enthitslis tlc admirers. The beauty ami harmony of the new theatre salbfy the artistic taste as fully as its luxurious appointments delight the i ye and please the physic il senses. The stream of people who poured Into Us doors Mst nlaht psined for a m ment to s.reat the liandsome ex'erlor of brown stone and btlck, bearing over tbe main rnlMntv In hpnvy ellt letters the words, "Albnngh's Lyceum The atre," and still lonaer in (he frescoed lobby, with Its Mmaic tiling and Us flae chandelier, which (l.wdtil with t's tlh Ing ibculc tluhts the gay ami ear throngs Inneatli It. A few steps more Mimlttel t tte m to it rlelily furnished auditorium, capable, with the bilcooy and gallery, of seating 1,000 people, bright In coloring and decoration, with comfortable and handsome choirs of cherry, upholstered In shrimp gray, the view r mllng with the private loxes, the graceful brown velvet plush drapety of the piocenlum arch, and n curtain of Nile grcin silver plush, decorated with Ileum dells. The choice of the opening piece, "The Merchant of Venice," was rur tlcularty happy, since it is one which permits of tumaikably line acting, and Shllotk Is a part in which Mr. lSooth has won some of bis most lasting laurels. To attempt to criticise It In detail at this late day, or to describe minutely the wonderful art which makes fibflock sti p nut from Shakes peare's canvas noil Itecome n living man, would Iks n wholly unneces .sty and superfluous undertaking. Like the pointings of the old masters. It Is n finished and complete portriit. to which nothing cm be added without Injury and from which nnth Ine can b taken away without loss. SuRlce It to say that Mr. U.hhIi teUoni shooed to b-'tter ndv-mtngu thin be did last night, ami iiumo who lmvo stlil that the (Ire and vigor of the great actor had gone out, had tt)9 lie glvu to all their Jt-alous allegations In tint trial mno he was nt his treat, llv eviry motion and expression be showed the LMlmm-ss of an assured and near revenge: there was soruethtngapp tiling In the (julut way he shook olf the fiery Urutiuh" with hardly a slen of notice The look be gave Attni h. dexcllfih inaltjtnlly In their fixl y. It needed no words of his to tell Isle enimy that be had small chance for merer- The cool deliberation of Ills preparations, the gleam of his knife, as lie whetted It upon his sole, and his ab solute Impenetrability to appeal and prayer, were rendered with n frightful fidelity to the character of the down trodden Jew. who. In becointu an avenger, bad ceased to be a man. Tbe ferocity of his spring towards his victim was p-wltlvely btood'CUidllng, and the marveloui change that came over his fuue m hli revenge was snatcho I from his hand at the very mouuni ! lis accomplishment, tbe wild look iu which amasement. fear and horror, but, above all, freay. thkt the reteitge waited for In the illence and humiliation of years was slipping from him, passed rapidly over his face In this his genius showed at IU height. Ami when broken, desolate and despairing he toileted towards tbe door with only taunts and rejoicing to mock his silent misery, he carried by tbe pathos of his acting all tbe syminthy from tbe triumphant ami enriched Clulstlan to tbe entrapped ami despoiled Jew. Mr. Harrett gave an earnest ami manly performance of lUitMkio, IhU the ptrt was too slight to do him justice, ill aetlng la the trial tcene was quietly Im pressive. MUsGale made a delightful Portia; she Invested tbe part with a captivating air of sweet dignity, aad her merry spirit seemed bubbling up naturally from a joyous heart, la the trial scene, her supplication to Skylock was a plead ing that set off the hardness of his heart ia its power to resist her; but when she changed the part of advocate for that of judge, she assumed a judicial giateli nees that made ber exposition of the Uw saving Anlwiu from bis cap tor's clu'eh both Ibillilag ami impress he. though her voice was ia tbe eli wases hardly equal to the deaaaads of her speech. The rompaay is a good oae, but oae misses the presence of Mr. atklaaer, who won golden opiaioas during the last engagement. The siaee satlimt was unusually ele gant. Johns HopkUs students strutted their biief hour upon the stage la the HUgniticeat capacity of superaumere liee. The special excursions from Wash hutoa promise to be largely attended, judeiag from the advance sale now la progress at H iikr's bookstore. 59 rif bmath street, where seats way be secured from 10 a. m. to 5 p. a. daily. Tie first week's excursions will be gives aest Thursday, when "Merchant of Venice" will be again presented Saturday, November . "Hamlet" will ha given. The secottd week will cm tiat of "Julius Ca-aar." Monday , N veeahar W; Wedaesday. Kovember li, "Msohah." Friday, November 14, Othello." Orchestra seats we $3.50 sa bakoay $2. The tickets are r acidly tcUtog, sad ao time should be lost ia uciirlsg the beat of the saats. -1 h KUmj's Vstttt" ot tha XttMMl. The usual "etaadtog committee" of eeetsVew patroes of tbe draws, which has come to be almost a perwsae at rat-sight feature at the Xatioaal. rt fringed the outer eriohisry of otclMtstra circle last eveaiag, aev asal ranks deep. MueUar's titaeful eftwa, which the ptograioaM assures us is also a towsjtk oae, under the aa4M of "The King's Foul." and, as aca aeasVd by the Coaried Ooera Con pay. wfct with a www, ii a eiactly rspsitroua roceotios, aad oa the whole dttSMved k. While neither the asofe, the bhtaHo aor the cast riant aiiy vhsiw to aj djLuy altitudes of excel leace, a very ctjaameadeble axacrel av erage is vbaervaole thruughour, wbh-h ia perhaps, after all, more eajoysb'u than more striking ciateaUof merit, either is play or perforwars. Tue ea tssj ,ure of the piece, aside from Wssaingtoo's proprhjtsry Latere! totttt tmir ejLBommt. u aasilv "seasw se emeeass eae vmtsmpj the phiut yuuuiu. whkh wus most tlsiOiiolj portrayed by MUs B. itiu tUKll: The lillll. ItJj iiiU LUlc d.'.tutU oUvi.t.a a a VA.uibat and re'resj;, Tif r cnunrlatlon bis it on dl'iltctnrss and dhrtlnctlon mis- n In the Hatner opr-rattc dfarna, nn.l her dance. In ht fsniastfc mothy giri ' thn srene with h eon Jeatct In th Inst ar-l.trty justly won tepnatil r-' cslls by Its Hentntss ami grecp Ml- Romoeau as FVUt mi1e the m-t ' her oppTTtnnlib?s fot th (tapis of a vrrcr5 mt so strong sssymps'hetio. fr.d Mls Mhy an the Vifa (and a trry prettt one. ton), of a totce not so sjmpatneTic as strong. In the role of tbe FmA Mr. rttttmsin pave ns a rather sober sMcvl son of comedv, happily free at hja fm H suspicion of buffoonety, ami in a rsthet rxcentlonslly clever topical ions, dis tinctly announced as not hv Sbskes peare. quite rsr-'lvatetl tire attentions of the audience The lady fencers ei tlrely broke down the gnsrd of every man In the front rows at their very first paw and pose, and the army of rhsrm Ing little toy-soldiers of the chorus tv ?inlte the prettiest Amwm drill, bith or faces ami flsures, een here In so-nc time. The. scenery was erooil ami tip costuming appropriate, and the entire performance wrll in line with the nusl txcelleirw of this popular company. limt" at AlhimhV. The hoM of the "FBirst" legem! In Its vsrjlng forms upon the Interest of the people Is well evinced by the success of Its presentation year after year try Mr. Lewis Mortlson. The grim old mtdlicval myth, which found Its cnnleinart in the folk-love of Ger many, Tranre, Lngland, ?mln, ami ins bein the subject of volumes lnnumcr.t ble in neatly all the languages of Europe, whither In poem, open or plar. seems never to loe Its weinl fasrlnatlon for liunan Interest ami sjmpstby. In tbe version of Mr. Mor ilsou Its strong lights and shadows are hi ought out as perhaps In no other act ing form with which we tire familiar. Ills Mrpiiftt) is no bookish abstraction, but a living and active something to remember and fear. No linked sweetness of sensuous melody Is at band to distract the attention from the unrelenting progress and grim ell max of tho appalling soul dram I, or soften the contrast Itetvvcen the mock In if figure of the fiend, and the pathetic Bppnrlll' n of the doomed nnd hnpless Mitrmttrttt. ansa uosniici .Morrison gives a very touching Impersonation of this ciucinl nnd uxnetlug roU, mid the minor narts contribute a duly suonrdl nntcdlMckgrottnd to complete theartlstlc ifecllvcness and eniity of this sombre and striking pinnrnmn of the Mwup old allegory. "Paust" will hold the boards nt the Opera House every oven Ing mid matinee throughout the week. ..Ilrntts or New York" at Harris'. The "Hearts or New York" attracted a large audience to Harris' Dijon 'I'll oat re last night, and was received In a in in ner that Indicated In well merited popti hilly. The plot Is somewhat sensa tional In character, but It tells an Inter estlug story containing a moral which few of the audience failed to niiprecl ite. The Individual rlitncters of tUf p'.i aic InturprtU-d with such a carufu' a teiitlnn to detail as to remler the wli ih a flnUlud and artistic perform mo. Tbe character of l'inkty. Hie lltll-i w r with its blended humor and ptth was taken In n cliarmlnglv grivfti manner by Miss Earle Hemlniton.w'i-Me topical songs were frequently srowl Mr. 'WlllTsin K. Hlnes gave a rob tst Interpretation of Jirry O'llrkn, and kept tbe audience constantly on the broad grin. Mr. Stanly Macy at . i err Yerktt created n great deal of laughter by bis ecceiitilc comicalities, and James "Qutnn In the (I ml rule of 7Yw if'thntM hnd Jf. U'limrthn came In for a snare of well merited applnum. The pait of Tkmuai HUtnturnt, the diunktn falber. was admirably nru wntid by Sir. 11. I. Keen, and tbe Jrr. (hn i in of MUsMay Mnrsball was taken In vi ry satisfactory manner Tbe play is mounted In an unusirilly attractive way and the scenic effects ar. arranged with a careful attention to every detail. Oneof theinnstslrlkliuly realistic features of the drama Is the in traduction In the second act of a pitrol wagon drawn by real horses under full gallop. Tbe scene on the top of a New York tenement, disclosing a panoramic view of the metropolis Is a wonderful pkee of realism, and the burning of the tenement is one of the most thrilling scenes that have been placed on any staee. Lester uuel IVIIIUim at Kron'. Kegardless of tbe damp and disagree able weather a large audience gathered at Kernan's Theatre last night to wit ness "Me and Jack," as produced by Lester and Williams' London Novelty ami Gaiety Company. This Is a de cidedly amusing burlesque, and held tbe house to tbe finish. Tbe company Is composed of a number of clever va riety artists, and tbe burlesque was In terspersed with pleating specialties. Tolly McDonabl and Kutrelta Sylvia were enthusiastically received. Tbe other pronounced features were Lester and Williams, Gallagher ami West, Kbsob aad Queene, Lw Carroll, t'rlsce and Peasant, ami Burke ami Forrest. Tbe engagement of Lester and Williams' Company will continue during the week, with changes la tbe specialties nearly every night. PERSONAL. Ever iiace the original John iluary Smith settled ia the Peapsek Va ley of Kew Jersey, aad built a log hut aad a sawmill ua the north breach of the raging Haritaa, considerably more tha a ctatury ago, tbe l'espsck Smiths have multiplied, aad flourished. They have just had their annual reualoa. Teaaytoa is fowl of receivlag visits fiota pretty youag girls who like his poetry. WhUa he U grumpy to older callers, ha is at hh) best when the young gills are around aad recites his poetry to them and nukes himself agreeable generally. Koyslty is always dear ia EagUnd. As eboay walking stick which oace beloaged to Qoorgius Tettius was lately sou at aucuua im. ivmooa for $80- The gold top was engraved with "G. B." aad crows, aad eoa taiaed the hair of I'liairtwus Augusts Elizabeth, Mary Sophia ami AewlU. aad was inscribed as the gift of Princess Mary. All of Emperor "William ' Iiokvea zuUera aaeeetet bora siec: 17A. as well ashiaaialf, his brothers aad staters, have beea socked ia tbe saaae cradle- This eacieet Ismtly eouch is a clumsy sA4r of wsk sad rkhly carved. Arotwd Mm four sides ia cut ia atiasa meters the test- "lie hath sivta Uis ajagahi charge over thee, aad tbey keep ihte ia all thy ways." . W Winter, geaeral manager of the Oasaba KaUwsy, enjoys a good story as tacas say mac. paraciuny u u as oa himself. He tells the folioarteg taw wW great gusto "My grsAdoMther is a dcAf, taaoceat lady, who lives up ia Veratoa a vat telling a visitor all about Ik fagpily oae day, and whea y turaeasaa she said 'AMe, thcie's rae, Vw'aduittji rkcht veil.' aad her voice task latprea bitely. They do say he's goMiag as nmieh as g ttbotiaaad d4!ars a jfeag. though I doa't tea how he ca eats aU that moaey hoaieatly.' 'lu ktiis U1 bi kultt Wsskisgtua to l.Jiuuur iid leiiu-u by FcuiuvUiuos huliriaJ -ijtlu.iii. .JUi.S.Ul lu fiUX, Uli iL. t iiU at fttli. i ;I A CLEVIH THIEF CAD8HT. He lttirM tTpfr fsr flr1 6 f ftr ttntette. Xr.w Tottg, Kot. 4 doiph STe mn, 40 yesrs old. of 2fo. 008 I)?an treet, Brork'ya, employed by the ArretfcUB Watch Cftte Compy of New si k, wan arrested In that city Mat fiUht ( n a charge of grand lstcetty, pT.-frtred l y Otto M". OpTwnhelmeT, manager of t (tmpatiy. Tha company discovered fhrnt six months stro that the qnallty i f the case was not up to the standat.l, and rinkerton detectives wettemrdoyerl to discover where the leak was. They failed, and ten davs ago 1)3. rectlve Coscrove of the Jlew T.wk notice WMseturcii to work on the eft. He ermeenled him- If near Newman's bonch and saw the workman on several oe caslons clip a portion of sheet gohl, stiw It away, ami suhrltnte soma other metnt, belltvt d to l.e copper. Uoagrove arrtstid Newmin last night ami took him to police headquarters In Newark. lie confi sscd bis thefts and told the de tecllve that he would find a quantity of g.dd under tbe orpet. near the rtcepl tee in liM room In Hrooklyn. The person tow hem he sold the gold will be ar rested today. On Newman's person was found W worth of gold awl HW In money. He said be had sold the gold for forty cents a pennyweight. It Is worth eighty cents. Detective Cosgrove searched Newman's house In Hrooklyn last night ml found about $200 wotth of alieet geld. Mr. Oppenhelmer places his loss at bet ei n fit 000 and 1 1 .000. Nenman has a wtfe and twoddugh ters. Mrs. Newmin sdd she dhl nit know what her husband did with his niont-v, as she saw none of it. She told the detectives that all she had In the world was tn cents. GOiERrlOR HILL TO SECRETARY NOBLE. lie Severely UrlltcWr tlis fitter' At tlluilfl on New York's tTnnsus Nf.w Yomk. Nov. 1 A spechl to the JleraM from Eltnlrn, N. V., soys: Gov. rtnor Hill was shown a copy of Secre tary Noble's letter at bis hotel here last night. He said, after looking it over: 'I am not surprised that Mr. Noble re fitted to do justice to New York City. The course belmsndopteel Is In keeping with the whole conduct of the census imilnefs since It whs undertaken at Washington. Neither Mr. Noble nor Mr. Potter iuteiiiKd lo give the people a fair count. "The results show that what I pre dieted In my Indianapolis speech, to which be alludes, has been verified. I saw ImllrHllons then that Dsinocr.itlc localities were to lo defrauded, nnd It Is now shown that they bare been. I reiterate tbe charge that tbe ceusin.si far as Now Yotk city Is concerned, U .1 liase swindle, that the plot was con celvcd at Wellington to deprive New Yotk Siatu of an additional repre-enta live in Congress and an addition 11 electoral vote. It could hardly be ex pecltd that U10 flli:lnU who li r' runlet! out this scheme would retrno--thilr 8teis. Tbey have dared pu'dlc itntlment In tho past and they nr" probably prepared to continue In Hie same course. Mr. Noble seeni to Ih very much disturbed becnuee I attribu ted wrung motives to I1I1 census enu meration. I retract nothing that I li ive said." CUT HIS UNNATURAL SON. A lltHiilrii Wretvli Heats Ills White HhIihI ralliur nnil Is Htuliliml Cuu-uio, Nov. 4. Frank Orleb, n white-hulred old man, was assaulted latt night by bis son Augutt, and in Hlf-dcfense the old gentleman used a knife on Ibe son. slaihlng him four times. Last night thu son c.imu home drunk and drove bit father Into n Ijeil rcom. He wanted mouey to buy more liquor, nnd tbe old geutlcman refuted to give him any. He itiuck Ids father in the face, knocking blin down, aud then Jumped on him. The old man drew n pocket knife and phi aged It Into the son's left breast. He then tried to free himself, but tho son, maddened wllb rage, fought like a tiger. The old man was forced to use the knife again and be sunk It Into bis son's body three times more. His wounds are consldereel dangerous and be may die. Tbe father was arrested. GRAIN THAT CAN'T BE MOVED. Twlco a Slut-h lu Watlilncton anil lilalio h Van not Out, Chicago, III, Nov. 4 Tbe gralu cro of Hsttern Washington and Northern Idaho are so enormous that there aie not half as many cars oa tbe Union ami Northern Pacific Railroads as are needed to move them. There are 13.000.000 bushels to be shipped from Washington, and It would require 27.000 cars, or 1.800 trains, to move that quantity, and yet thousands of cars are demanded for ether shipments. Many capitalists are building large elevators ia consequence. In addition to tbe grain crop the fruit jleld throughout Wasblagtoa Ibis year las been extraordinary. Amerjua Arils Is Abrouil, New Yomc, Nov. i. Among the jaeseagen who sailed oa tbe Guloa Line steamer Arizoa this moral ag for Liverpool was Ileary' 11. Kennedy of Jscksuu. Mich. Mr. Keaaedy joins his brother, Tom Keaaedy, the noted mes merist, iu London, and will subse quently tour the world with a tbeatricsl company composed of leading Ameri can specialists. Mr Kennedy is known throughout tha United States as aa ex pert telegrapher, sad was until recently manager of the Posts! Telegraph Com pany's office at JseksoB, Mich. Not a Local Disease Became eataub sgeeU Tour bang. Is Is aut tbertote a local disease 14 It 44 sot esM ia yoer bluut It oouW aot sasaltaet ttseU lu loerso. TbebleutJ sow iajuar braials, before yua aaM. madia ibb artiste, back ia war heart sgaia sad sous alatcttated to yoar laeer. stvmseb, kttasrs aad aeon. Whatever aaasuiiiee lbs bteog sVaes aot eaerr awn aaase wast we eaU akstates Tbsfesuse.waea jou hare fusoKrti or taw iiisui asatul or other kihatsat eaa siaMst glvo uely teMnmrary rvUsf The obit ajr to sf lect a cur te to attsaek the eheese ta the Mtrosl bf ftgvg s eoasesaifeMaai aassjatlf IMke stefist aeaasAartsta. wiatallbaitMbtas ali las tfurjuUn sad tans s-ssBMaseaettMa asarr-h o Voott's tsitaaarslla as a teewstr aw eataarh to vute4 tv tw mSMsT aa saw ashes cased- About. i-nalahHag Ml saleramltaa seat bee. Hood's gold by all axutud-iu. gl; SIX ur S. Prtt' Bured vuij bye 1 uouD4ixi.. Uiwuil.tUas. two Ktutea ttue Ise-Uiur KUTUTVtN tvyeeting WASHINGTON JOCKEY CLUB, BENNING'S COURSE. AtSmtsste; m. meeds, grsnu-srann anu ttceetk. ft. 'ft. Arrlr to o. . f TArt,r9. Treasurer, Wllhrn's Motel, fet nwnww'g MMget. e t jrrtlcTStift cfcamcters will r e-retwaeu Trsltt leave B. T. Dwot n-f t, iwn. I ami 1-tW. KOiuai trtis Wnls. FOR A GOOD SHOE VISIT Wilson $l Cart's For an Easy Shoe OO TO WILsSON & CARR'S. We carry the Belt Me of mtent Leather Shoes for bastes am! Gen tlrtmnatttareilrat Wilson & Carp's I'mliliinntito Mioc 71eu. Ao. eao r NTitr.ur s. '., WasWntitofl, V. C. BALT1MOKR 8TOKK, 4 mill OWKNT It.H.TIJIOItl! SlItlllTr. A BIO VANDERBILT DEAL. Mr. aintcnn'n NnithiTfslern Tilp to tlutililn (I rent l.lnos. CiurAoo. It.!.., Xov. 1 It Is reported here that J. i'lerpont Slorgnn's present tilplo IlicWcst bat fur Its object the sreedy consummailon of another Van dctbllt deal, more startling In Its nV.ure than tbe much-talked of Union 1'ttcltlc North wist deal. Tbe fact Is generally known that Dnxcl, Morgan Co. hold a controlling Intitrst In tbe Klein. Jnllet nnd Ivistern licit Ltnv and the Cblcaito, 3Illwauaee and Si. l'aiil lhtlroad. The latter Ims been compelled tu take sides with llirvse opposed to the Northwestern and Union I'Hilrlc. Tblslsnot what Drexel, Morgan V Co. desire. Their Intention I tu bring Hue roads Into tbe Vanderbllt f.dil The opinion Is expressed that this 'll be done as soon as Mr. Morgan hu m iiirntd to New York. Those who at en tbe Inside pictoml lit know that before many days have pissed a iMfH.j agreement similar tn that existing lie tweon Ibe Union Pacific and .V.irth wtsletn will Lu iinde ih-tween the Nnli western and Milwaukee and St P.ui', and It Is even predicted by some that a consolidation of the two systems will be nisde. IlrrnklriB t'i It"" Millar Uoiiaelioltl. Mrs. Sillier, tbe widow of Justice Miller, and MIm Cotkblll, ber grand daughter, have returned to the family home on Massachusetts avenue. Mrs. TuiiMlin, who has remained beru since ber father's funeral, left to day for ber lininu near Colorado Springs. The household of Mrs. Miller will soon Im broken up, for ber Income will not allow ber to retain ber present residence any longer, and as soon as a tenant c.in be found sbe will lease the bourn. Tue faintly carriages and horn) will Ite sobl on Monday next. Mr. Miller lmsmtde no plans fur tbe future, but she will remain In this city during the winter with ber granddaughter, Miss Corkblll. Oil cor KlBit of OIHeura. Yetterdhy afternoon O lb" curs Curren and Harvey arretted Ilebecca Mnser. Lilly Mallowry, Alfred Mason and Maiy Lewis and locked (hem up at the Seventh Precinct. To day In tbe Police Court tbey swore that tbey found tbem all asleep at their home on Twenty sixth street and at the same time tbey were disorderly and using profane lan guage. The officers were unable, bow ever, to say just what ones were dis orderly or what profane language tbey uced. Judge Miller gave them to under stand that this was a very poor way to make a case and dismissed all of tbe defendants. MuiOLIo Fair Ilaltliuore via II. O. Ilallruatl. On account at tbe Mseoaic Fair at Haiti -more, tbe Hallluiore aad Obio sUilroad will Mil excursion ttckels (row Washington to Kaltfuore sod return at rate of $1 lor tbe round tiip, including adelsloa to tbe fair. Tickets h ill be good oe trala leavlag W sable. tun st 6: p. W- Wsdiuwliiy, -Vo-vewbtr 5, vabd for rlura paMege o all rireuUr trait or oe special tisfai leavlag Hsttimute at 11. HO p. hi. seme day. Happily Married. He b Jam I a F. Coloaaa, Assistat Su neilateBdeat of the Coast Survey, ami MUs Fsanie Burden Bailey were mar ried yesierdey moialae: at tha Metro politan M. K Church, tbe pastor, Itev. Dr. Corey, uitacUilag. Mr. Coloaaa is a native of Accouutc County. Vs., aad a graduate of tbe Yirgiaia Military In stitute. Mr. aad Mrs. Colon left tor Hichmoad after the wedtiieg eereawMty. ia which illy last night they held a re ception, at the Exchange Hotel. Snsetsl Train truui lUMiuutre After Mutaala Piilr, Niiinwksi a. Via t'ess. ylvuula KatlruiiU. gpeclsl train will Uave Baltimore st 11:30 u. m- oa above date. Tickets. Wasbiugtoo to Bsitiesore sod return, fcaebtdiaig admis dtm to Fair, It. Twtra-Wtuui. The marriage of Mr. Isarhatt S. To a of happoa.Wia., to Mhw Mary K. Wood was celebrated at St. Mark's Ceuueh ysabriday. Htv. Ir. Steak, the pastor, ottteiatigg. gftar tha caaetibiMay att ht fotHtal ttceptlMi was hold at tsa reel dees 0 Dm bride's paaaaas. 0. ttO aaooaai stssiet aniMheiart. aeesr whAah the aewly atarrUd couple letH leg a tour ef tawKofOt. w Low Kste to Ketitesvse sent Hal era rU fewwlvaatM. ttattaaad. Tickets to HiMtmoie aad satara. tacfatd iag sdmisstiie to Maauate Fafc. ytiU he sold aststeeX 1 Kosetuher S. Good unsay tssie alter t p. 10. tswwhub. UsMM sTtmsswaa. 4csVrfage DMiaiateM WOUm JCstnlw sad wtfe. Mias KeMte Hvsajtr aad Wm MatUda KlshUger, was oaesatvrjMxl o a pabi of earth o Ithoda Islaad age sms MgteeaAh sttsest. iaat aifht AH eaa ocoupatits were tdwoaia oust, hut, wlbh Uke tKJ&km ol Mbw H.veaaeye. eacaawd tojary- Bfca was hadiy Wilted about aha head aad samr. aad ag at teaded by Ik. Brackets. SB ijii,t.l t MJu t,tLUa)ii4.i.iddn.L4 wsm rawn, ei. TfroTtntfAg ernmmtM amt nnrttiATuiNAr-. THEBERLITZSCIIOOLof LANGUAGES Ttstttti ret Wetthwest. nst ami Mnrt fmethml Irrtttnetlon. TgKMS,'$. rtmBebes hs New Ynrk, Bostoni rwl.tel jle, CMesffo, I'atts, UeMtn, Uwl, ete. oats t( Ac OADBMYtlF TUB ttOt,Y CROSS. isie jisws. Ave., Affords everr fnotllty for aenntrisK a thwr- miith edncatloa In Hteratnre, me'le ami art. Tbe hwtremeiits taneht are ttm. haff- vta Ite, enltar, namlnlln ami 1bo. I.iBeres, jreternl vocal, drawing and faner work free. Miit.ly SPBNrKFlAN jmStNBBS COI.tiKQR Pnr. Tth ami D sts. n. w.. KBibrcs 9x ."ettooK via; Fcbool of rracttcal ttnslmws ami Aoeraints. school of Preparatory rrartleal Bnellsh. School of Shorthand ami Typcwrltlne. Pebool of Spflnwrhtn I'raelloal Penmanship. ... ,. .1. 4MtU.I HH.I lu.Vill.li.,,1 15CIJSKH m .iiwniiurwti, niiu .uui.wvw, ., Iirawlne. . . , , EelioolofllTllFcrTleeTmlnlnir. im? ami Nlcht Sessions. Uluttratett Cats !oe free. c srRN.CEHi T(Unt rinelpal. MHS. 8AIIA A. srBNCKIl, Viee-rrlnolpil, frel.tf It V 1S3 IIAYAHD'S 1NST1TUTK, JJorwnltt, Conn. A Home Jehoot for Olrls amt Younc tidies. NBmtr ot boarding pupil' limited to twenty. Bxecllent advantsess in Musle, Art and the Latgnates, Ciymnaslum. l'leasent cronads. UeallhtHl looatlou. I'nplls boanle-1 tliroejch the sutemer months. Poard. waahlni; aad tuition In tlie BealMi branebes, tSO) per tcliolssthi year. Send for elreular. Tl,f KAUVIU.BTIlEOLOaiOAL SCHOllb, MeftdTllle, I'a. Fduettes for the Christian Ministry. Roots rent and tHlilofl fit e. An eatranee fee of 9 for pa, heat aad eare of room. All expenses moderate. Term begins HBrTXMKKRW. Addrese BKV. A. A. LIVBKHOltK. t). D., lTtrtlanU Meadvtlle. I'a. AT IBS AIKIN'S SCHOOL t'OK G1K1J. Stamford, Conn. Ettabllshed In lass. Treperes for eolleee. travtl and home. Tbe method by whtoli tbe mental taenlUM are educated will be found la tbe second edition of MIm Aiken's pam phlet on "CoM-eatratvd Atlentlon." now ready, for sale at Weataao's, J Union S-iuare Now York. TJUTOKR'S COLLKOS l'HSl'AUATOKY SCHOOL, Kew OntiMwlek, K.J. DoardleggsltoelfornoTI and Young Men. Prepares fur tbe best eolleges, sdeetltle sebooh or basieew. K. II. COOK. A. M..PN.I).. Head Master, S" T. JOHN'S COLLKdK, AanapoU, Jtd. Mist tsMlea eomnnnses 18TH GBPTBH- DBH. Eig lit UtttmBH and toer eoerses of ttudy. LuUdlPiH boated by stwm. Twbm moderate. For catalogue address tbe prssl- dset. THOMAS FBLL, LL.D., rb. D. T IXUXK SEMIKART, UtIU. ra. A sebeol far young Kirk and yoeng ladles, at LHHz, Lanesster Ceesty, I'a. STtb year Arate.eemfertabie seboet boms; tboeeeeh metbeds; eatefeleverslsbtof tbe ladlfldual pepil; advanced eeursM of ttndjr; very pleas ant loeatioa; steam beated. SM p year. w 7KLLS COUJBOE FOR WOMEK, Aurora, Cayasa Lake, N. Y. Three lull sources of stady. Loeattoe besetNal aad baaUbf al. A reaaod CbrtstUa beaie. rwUOitm readv axt Seeteabar. AMdea beatss 8EPTBMBBR , WSS. Send tar xtrxWkasaj " B. S. FBWBBKjD. n , pHAKlH.HR SCHOOL OF SOtBMCK AXBT8B AKTa. Wan over. M.H. Addtess tbe yniutilsnt er rmv, b. x. MfteaLBO. .I 1 liWemmfeaepapasmsTSssBaaBamnBmps 7-BATW TUTB, T 'inieiar1 Irho l4BMraVWHPBf W Vim Bar. MaMWBOatWtY X. BdWUMHt, M. A.. Head Haste. Par how riasrvfts as -rimrtr-- ef tbe Mod tanitiirAi fasssir. At ieaiiu tbeseMetwo vnmnnbu H. Haoser bat seat boss te Harvaid, Yale, I'rensnton. CtdubU. Lebtea, Aasaemt, Tsasttf, Vest Fsdat, AnaajoHs. Jte., aad bar aot had a eaa date tor adasasssa sejeeliail fT. U1KBSS bCSSOOt Jtasttotoa, war Fkebidelahhr, Fa. A Ugbebu sebeol. BisaattpaiPrhMKh felbwaitue. ieMaatmi nrnieadtstf i- Beksg aeod worg. FseeaM r aar eoMege er basi aeas. Ban seat tats jm to Yaia8ueaed aad Frkii'Stoa Sosoial caseof imiagar boss. FHtHlHfT K 'VO&y LW19 tf Ivpfm i Law ftm fit WWII raTth)liBTW AVteMWY-4V-lAV, 4819 taneetaiuetheMst, BvB. Wfltaftf XdftsW AMaWttft mn ""irthTaTaWlY TWIflHllL 4MMlf-AT-t4vW. m aad ns, at, Caaaagyr Baiifi. aaat Pa W sfcraJHBs!ieem tf sV tn tt coaete 4 tbe laataVe aadol tsaaaas's Coaatg. . laat-tf s. f. rUJ4fs- M ,,iJfcWW flUXUMi. '4JLCUMX A MlCBUDBS. An.on.cy aj. Utw, At SIKSVKSTIS. A l.PAPBlT'S GHASTJ OfgRA-nofsE JPWMt lririmg-siaTltiew Wed. anit n JWnt-a ef the Pavt.me Amert-in a " Lewis Morrison A atBI'HlSTO it His !iMl, ttmtn ami Prsmstic r t ttonof IiHUST, yit. HfotHon- Oonmsnvts th' m'v eat atsTtngt ahPramatte vm'on of -Fan-; . TliWifntrtnt BlrTCRBt srRNg Wlihlt! Phwlres of Henntne T.tonTilW. rwWwty tbe rrtmiest rrodnpiton on tie rf8t WSWk-MR. hlCHARD MAJtSFifLD ToVtf'jlATlMrAt. TttBATRB. Ktr KTMifhg'-'R'eg ami Fat. Matl .". '. Conrled's Comic Opera Co In A6o h Keiller's Pcniai tic Oj r .', The King's Fooh fatnrdar Errntnr, Srerlal Prrformatce Walls Kfee 8rs' urera. The Gypsy Baron. rani sjteindotff, Mnlcal Conductor Her. le-The Inimitable LOTrA. vl HAHRtS' 11I.IOU IPKATnit. Week Onrnim-neinr Monilsj-, Nov 1, WILLI MK. IHNRtand MISS CAPLE PKltltrnTOW In the Crrlonlfl f onwdr Eensatl n, 1IRAH1S ir NBlVYOIilC. latrodBftxea) enatne Police 1'ntrol WiiK-iti. ilrswi, by Fiery !tr1, Inn madileidui; (lashscmssthestaer amlthemust lieall'tln Hrosoeroam Iteru i Itescue Krer Attctnptet. Xext weok-HU'K AID TUB onY. 1 n A LBAUUlI'd HHAXU nrr.ItA-HOUSK. SUNDAY, NOVBMBEIt 0. LINCOLN M0SIO HALL MONDAY. NOVKMUEIt . rAltEWBLl. CONCBIiTC. STRAUSS And Ills Famous VIENNA OUCIIESTRA. Trltes First floor, St W; llalconr. 'Is liallerr, S0o. TloketsatMetserott's, UlOFst. n.w. I A LBAl'OIl'S NKW LYrgrtM THEMCl!, Ilaltlirore. Mel IU meeinent of Edwin Booth AND Lawrence Barrett. SPECIAL WASHINGTON MUltri Tlmnnlav. Nov. -MBIK I! NT OF V KMCF Mr. llooibasrlock. Mr llarr-lt aolltsniij ltHnlay N'Kht Nor. 8-II.MI.Br. Mr. llooth as HamlMt Vr llarrultas La'te-t Moedny.Nor in -JULIUS .K-tAlt Mr Ikxilliaf llmtus Mr. Harrett asfisi ti Wotlieodii'.M'V. U-MMIIlKni Mr. IbNilhasMautielli. Mr Marrettas M11.I iT t-rkUT, Nov ll-OTIIKLLO. Mr. IhMilhaslRKo. Mr Barrett It'n'. Fantrnlls -'"' orohlra('lia rs "-'' Baleory i: '' InoludlLir tMaxrtiitlon both vri'. fk-t tow m sl at llobrt F ' s llouk Moru. !VW Flfleeath street, fiom u u m to & m. Mliea'al Irals for Wadiluaton Mill's wl'l lMetla l'aiinsilranla It II from r-litli strvit lit-p-1 at r:se p. m. hrp, arriving ot I'nlon sthtloe, Hsltlusre (throe mliutr' walk from l.fretim Tbestre). Kcturnlnt. . leave a ire station Immediately after th pnr lotrnmiii'. S. '-' t KUAN'S NF.W WASIUNaTON IIIBATHE.HTHST. THIS WEBK-Ladles' Malneo To morrow Loster & Williams' London Novelty and Galely Company, Next week Ametiesn Four gprcMlty Co. sad Ueonre Wxoo, the Colorod Chami I m. at GLOHRTIIEATHK-WEgKOF (ICTOHSU iT. Matlotes Mondar.Weilnesday, r'rl day aad Saturday. aglBVBS' HURLBsrjUK CO. Tb Cbawblou 4-imill Kl KBDA-4 A CIIOAMTIO BI'BCIALTV' CO. KEOLIHN. Is tbe Ora'.t of AH Masiesl lattrameets Deeame It prforBw any mnsle ttom a waltz or a balled to aa overture or a symphony more beautifully and more nearly r-arfiMt tbaa any otbvr single latromat. Tbe AeoHaa U aot meebanleal. bat tbe BMBteebitknof It Mso irfmptetbata person anltn toilay it wllb from oee to three weks'praMee. Toar vWt to wh tblls struioeat will be etteemsd a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, 928 FA. AVK-, f ole Agent for Sre'nwav and Other Flmt 1'1a Fiunos ai. J Oriiani Grand, Upright and Square PIAJStO-FORTES. Sfselsl stteatioa at parebsssrs U Invited to our "MEW ABTWHO STYLBS.' Fhihbsij Is Dwlgan of -UlfiHBaT DBCoBATtt X ASl." MAMQ6 POst BBKT ttMMjsJb&ail rlaiw at Ail Price. "WM. KNiLBE & Co., S17 Market Space. A TONIC. Horsfard's Acid Phosphate. Al aad aseeabl toaiv s-id It aAastshas sad bsvigontes the aad taasy. iswrtt teseised eaersy aad vebiltir sad issJvaa the tnaoHoas Br H. K. aasba, OMae im V. Y.. say.: "It has aaesad ef aseat value fur it touiw Br. J. K. IliaaiiJ. West BrstUeboro. vt attaWs "ttatt aasea toade I ee need." aXMBOtU) CtUUsUOAL WOKK-I. FtovWkuuw. K 1 BgajiaBe el Sohattrwrnt aad inutuons! CAVBUML-Sle kih tbe word "Hurtfur aipkatiateathe bjaeL AU otbur.sro VbeeaMs XaWsW ettletf IB hflettk M. P, SILTZ Importing Tailor, taw p vman KittMWET. gall sad Winter imvotuuUM uow TbUlbe Hii.tLUic .a'wi.. Si ' Ti WijLLa'. -