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THE DAILY CRITIC, Tlintsn AY EVENING, NOVEMBER G, 1800.
The Daily Critic ASD CAOTAU tm m immtm tofy Pap J MS fttttKI & to ffKDl: i mtllT MtoRTHWll1? WAHI9Ttm CrrT. u. c. fjotMg or jPtrnstmi'iTOS. Bt Mi IHIUm SWpaM), i ya $ latoCtt 6 CWfMMtli tie ttr.l moat THCRITI0 WlttllSwh, B C. VfxtMmto, i. C, tfrt. . 1399. 9DSI91112fS KMOSt Cl'CfStBKMS. The trttforMa ami heatillnes of 8h TlepftWI-; offeri on the day before, and tlie dijf of, Ike electfrm. when read In the HM of Ike result, are a funnr n ilns Jlgnt. For Instance the B islon Trntttler Tuesday afternoon leel rel In Wt black type, "5nnthine ami Vic tr.ry lor rteimbttan Tickets." The New York 7Wk on Wednes day womlnff declared that the result srHtataeil the new Tariff bill. But the Moat amtttlna piper w, the Xew York l'rtm on Wednesday. It had McKist.KV elected, ami lieat-d the i oltttnn vrlth a rooeter ami embellished It with a picture of the Protection Xtrot.BOK. Then it announced that Indiana does nobly," and that "the Republicans gaiu four Cnnremen 1b IIawhhw's State." Then It hid 'axxox re elected. It carried the New York AMtnWy by an Increased Hi" ruMI-au htajorlty. Altove all It had Dki.AM.vtkk elected by 30,000 to 80,000 majority. So much for the news columns of theiVfi. Kdltorlally It declared thai rangreM i clow, meaning the Tlhy. teoml, not thel'lfty lira;. In a little utrp, VaaHbi ' The Republican Key- toe." It said' lb- Democratic campaign of vlt!ier4 t'oe In tiinjliilft iif to a utlln and i'Mttrime wwl when Mr. Hlaltie gr.ivelv ept It aMe ami dlclnel liehlHd tt the Hbrialtig frn traders. tVnnytrl his twee Republican again hy a lame off veer majority, im1 remains the kejatous at the I arty, a tt l the Keyston of ittatei The rtctetery of State will come III for J lance liate ( crHt for this baiidMHn reeull, Iml it to due a writ to I lie sterling RVpttMH-aa-im ei.d protectionism of l'entwyWitiiU uter. Pta ability to ixtnct sunshine front i-tWMmbofii commend tt Ih ltie He pttbHcati organa. TIDAL W.VV1S. Twtee itHM the vrar the country hw otvd mi heavily agalMt the dominant Iatty that the reault hoa lieen known a a "tWal wave." The flrHtlme wai la 1ST I, when even MaMtebtifelto eketetl a Democratic (iovuraur, aatl the National Home of HrpnontHtlvea ww ovirwlialmluly IMtoorallo. The second mi la I98i. whw l'iBBsylvnIa, aa well as M wa (liutrtta. went Democratic, aud tlie Natloaal Hoitte retiirsetl to the control of the Detnoeratte rwrty. Nw, aicala. a "iWhI wave" hat twtj over the country enguldag tUe HwbHea (wny in the dark water of It feat. Tbe I)moeratlc party has iealat the greateet victory it ever won is as off year. It carried MaMielm kett, PenMylvania, Michigan and WU coMJa. Tae Slates of Iowa, Kama;, houth Dakota ami Nebraska are In doubt, wl'h the chane favorable to the DBiMrey. Altogether U w a great victory, kueh an oe at jiwtlrkie such epith Ma an "lUtal wave," "landaHd," 'oy Lhwe," "avalanebe," awlsooa. It ia cttfkttK to note that thAie poet-beMura tWal wave have occurred at iaUtrv.il of rfeht yea-lS7l, 18efi, 13WI, Two years after the tret the Demo crate ear tied the doubtful State of New York, Cooaeetteut awi Iadiasa. Theae uiU the "Solid Sooth" elected Mr. TlMJKV I'HMrhleM, but ku woe ehetOwl W of U aoece hy the Electoral Cow- Bi-thM. To eu after the mcowI tidal vtvetike Dawofffti aaia carried tee iaae lUmtrlftd htatea aMl the 9t)&d !w m h," aii eiected Mr. ('LJivfci.Ai lut 'ett. Hi title wm aoi rtiioote 1 Will hi)? tefHMt ttoelf? We titfatk t if wtshly apt to do that very tMe. "t0mmu Fi MTUiutBkwaKo," by isfittm ctM.Kr Yurro-, loaiy onwMt Mir of Mm 'Korth Xmm- iea fbeibw," U a aovel the ftiririaiiH of wUeb. laid i the tweaty-tret cetry. aje depicted to how the de leayihrlf eifee thai would follow lh dte4i of the NuloaaMet theory of Klia BiLA. The mitkot iioit out the radteeJ hue of UdivWuitl ikaft aj iBjdteAeMaiesit uiaAitoial that utriiU ftktgkm tM Wmmt rnariatiial ifxlat eMe fee Bouuamy iom of govere taataa, mA hHetojr the poM'a Iheery tu4 "he ruhai the umtp. the (jrave," wejMM ha a romate that will ethe tie kMt etptaUe to the avarajfe tMif mi aA.-, a falaae ie for ttfeaW kriT ft AIMaMf HaiMlr CcMbVBUUT Sfl Hljg Hill, iiheay. N Y . ei H per PJf f w-ewspe ap "mw i ff T JMuffW-KAS vterka, iao vmt i to mle wMt hurra hue w ajai coete to worh with a oui- aaMaa v4e ikj qJ aa weaeai has ft ftatiaaaa ote ia fuml 4MMR Jos CaKlHWf'e aottth kM r 'epr "eirwef p f"Rer v""r nwpmw iee"f mm V wi 53 Hv IWPBWHBWff r BrP f mwyf ff ff v&a. iMHIa keatd is take FUti- ewepeer fea"eF piai'F'r ye wflfew r IftstflMMfMHi ft4 votte4 imi MMMIife BAiAaaas ! Islajia. wifuibl b,g Baas ynat AmM aaoae thaa la ia. Vmmill Met' MB Rata" d the TlrifrfU Afcaatliifaiiiiin Jr'ieahaeAt 11 iVH BfHavnMivMrBv ""e""""e' - Adndni'Ta'bm had a ft '"! d i' to do with the party defeat In Indiana. F.vr n hi atrtaftjng itttmwd the circle jtwt before t!w efecVdnft cwfckin't vetm tefltet hfa miataket. tw jtw rsroif f,A H politic jtwl tm. fteeolam, Qyte, McKtnhey !. Lao1, Crartwrn, afwteon tnn, bwi all arte nndet ttre Mtn of fwmAM l-rnMT llAHrao?t 111 eir erlmR tlttrt cwd8 go to to at lrfJHri quite as mweh thWnf k rfwte cwrtwrtf m ftMB pTiMti MMrifntfo. T JtvaT tuprwJto Orat nwtm tnwt SFe Yrfk ra likely to get for o ifwe h the monumental chee" o r Mr?t (JjttHf . T Hwat!M.K.C claim Tawrar's tWHrtt will help them In lt. How ahwit the atkbAMttesef 174 and l"a- Arr-onniXo to Treaatirer Hi-t, Tteiitfii-t,! ltARRteo How bw a 'ire thtttg on a r-tioml-Mtet), K'tblckttT Mrlti.i.Ki' wa beaten bwaittw there wte wH etrsttfh cheap mtit 1b hrg dlttrkl. A coin wavb annfwniMl in the orthweet. It b-4 a leet Ttweday fer the IteimWtearw Tkk skw B.tLvr sjstetn worked will wbenm titled. Ojpotltlo to It honhl -. -a Thhuk Wtu. Sot be a Jidlldotttloa nwcttneof the Ib-frttlMkMn Club of the Dlsltlct. Thk Xkw Yonlt H'-rM jlnU to leniHijlvMla awl modestly savs, "I dMit." Sl'KANtm HfiKii it.vaK'T yet told an anxious public what he thought rinsed It. A as iHteitMAS would ay: The re sult In I'tnwylvatda Is very Quay re. Caxdihatb Dklamathk Issiippoeed to be lucKed up In Ids bank mult. Tiih rnni'LR to tub HepnMIenn partj : "You were not In It. Seef Tiik fKori.K KttoortRii tlieJfapub Hcan party lastTtieday. ' '" Axvntfw, wouan orfiiAos vn? de fe'atetl in South Dakota. ltEruut.tcAN OovRitKMiXT employes have a great "still" on. 1- it Euia ok St. Hnt.R.VA for the llurheyt' NAfot.Ko.V? m.s no ittK H'publlcans begin voting, anyway ? llii.i.v M.vao.v lms gone to join Hohh. Why sot h.vkb It itnnntinout. Ia IUkp under tbo nvalanobeT 31 K. Kiaiwrk. weaaltitoyou. Quay is Mill allent. HOTEL ARRIVALS. MrlruyJilanX. II, Meatle uimI wife, ItoaHoka, Va.; UrHliam Claytou iunl.luile .1. .MttlB, lMtortl City, Vu.; A. II. Au iltew, Niwtli Carolina; V. T. Slioekleynml A. M. lIunHeIl, Atlanta; K. V. .Manoii, Hrookhu. XuHumhI .1. V. Ilnliiuii, Lmieiiiter, I'.i.; ! Kern ami Freil lleatb, New York; W. II. Htll, IJaMl!I, V ; I) J. Scott, Mont- fiifrv; W. It. Maury, lirookhn; II. ItrMb. I'lillailetpliU; 0. T. SImoa, tletrott; 1. II. Morcell, Fiederh-k, MJ. ST. JtimttV WUIte aaj wife, Surlne- tWld. MaM.; It. I. (iatllnc ami lMe llratl try, lUrtfHl; V. II. Shipley, Ctneinaatl; .anl!i) I'urtar, Auburn, J. V j W. D. Smith ami lf. Marvlaail; II. K IIIukIiw ami wife. ClavcUatt; V. 8. HartUU, Ooatou; J. II. 'llionipwui, Nwark: C. luwd, North CaroHaa. HtflerWa I). C. Caverly, PitMburx; J. Baretu, K. FotIhm, J. 1. CaruuKly and wile. New York; K. II. Ottey, Pblladeliilila; I'Uurlt N. HmiI, Hrookljn. JNgi. J. HoWIImII ami Johu Jarrett, nttabunr; 3. J. HnliH. l'bllaileli)bla; VY. H. Qolck au.1 M. U. Nagle. New York. Hlirr'-M. II. I'bUlpi) ami BIwanl l'il(fi, New York; I. V. Page, Klefiiuood, a., Warrnu Katerbrook, IMroit. H'ttrwfry'r TtwwAS B Kerr, New Yk; Jbh V. KlUwoflb, ITttaufa; Mr. aaJ Mra, SMUiau C. Clyde. Cbeater, Pa. krtktiSU. and Mr. Dougta Mer rtt, Kttiuetwek, N. Y : F. VY. Andrews, Kuttoe; Man u IMxod, Fredertekaburf;, Va. ArUugioHA. H. Staaaard aad O. f. llatee, Cleveland; Aaaley Wlteor, Buffalo; T. J. UooMdge, MaaaaetiuaetM; Mr. and Mra. W. f. KoUbob, Balumore. At uir- Wfatkiop Parker, New York; Mim J. M, App'etOB, Boooa, Ciurles M. fiewuiiaewa), PWldliW. Xuiumudu Walter J- Clark, PUiLulul ukla; A W. Karle, New York; Joba Fritz, (kttOtbi at Pa , W A. Wilbur, Suutb KetblekMa. ;.. II lvi ad Mobert Jaaie, New ori, b. R. lartor ajwt wife, PMtadei Btria; Morgau E. liable, Ptttebju; Taoaua K. dark, TteltlaMwe; Robert P. Ttedd aad wife, Newark, X J., Caettda R. U PytUaa, U. S. Xi.y. iiutrl Juiiutxi Caarlaa Laweoe aud Oeoce Wnihtucm, FreJeriok, Md.; J. M. lauier, C. WeatReU, a .tboHen atal il. Carbjeou, WtHraaharre, Fa. Gumfr t-i. K. PiMeerU, JWtUuare; W. K. Joae and L. I). Sum Maid Tittiea (Soutluic, 'nee Uu rtiUUiptlm Sm4. To aaake wBiiew worae far the aduUa hlrilhtf the ruait 0 hmpArte woicU potued uioaey hi a goUea slroaw laio iheTNaaury. U aaakloaltoe of Uu dread4 XtKIaWy terUT aa, will he followed hy a wlft ehacUae. Kut there cam W bo torrtspoadiatf fatUftf oK ha the ruiaoua i.U: of expenditure. The Treeeury U1 beeeafta have to ti Ma aeile to "tt a coadUloa of euipriaeM. -with no availaJbk aurplua on harid with wkich to weather the dugr of aeecu hiifcga aad Hy to the relief of the uvmey MMurket. The Treeaury for ih el year or two will he U the oattlq si a SOU Q THK UU8H OI&M4.TIOH Ut 'a"H. JUwf.e'eyaila. 1. ia our iteaai ahhy CMajpejajait We if a ptoflMhiair Mtt Aejev iOf oer ayaa ee jevaw e er 1 yy w hear a eoeaeHMV a BQea eeHT aar aaifiiwa eaaa Aa4we'UuuudUiuaoaM)ilhi4or Srt kmg n't- tea ajute hjbftM we eetU taj k aicaja Our bearu (uli of hltfb en&e ftin)T ia vur wtwfut for toe rvantor nat T ?"rTHiTHt tie Tilf irr ifflriB g UoAbJeaaaH mitummmM jG3 bajjDr i sad height a&autUof d 'lit mes uf uiu ftdtbful fempateears . I V. -Wn.u . baneft of f ha roiiatfa; aal aflae ea " ' wJT!Bfc"iar To laa aad of ooweatfjft HE SEAMY MISSSD IT. i:ifitiee 1 . tit a "?"' Start a H wtt Tfm f rrm fhf Xnn TW TrVnrmi trhm a young csfrr man a married a hott time ago nfe arrange ments at the office re wli that tt w ImppsMWe for him joat then to o ay on the usual brtrral font. "Xerer mlftrl, dear," eaM he to hla wife, " lil hare our tow later, and It won't b so bad after all. for we will here all tire more money then to enjoy It with." The 3tnrg bride was nmewhat dl appTdntctf, naturally, but hppy enrmgh when he had & ttleH don to hone life with her hnbwd In cosy anaitments ittown. At lnat the ynme man got a -araMon awl medc arrangmcnts for the tortr Without bavlneiafctn which no brtrre ever rwtld t fopn mety happy. The trunks were laing pn-keil when the hwtband banded his wallet to his wife. saving:" Ytm had better takci ireofthtt, dfrar. All tmr money Is to it and tt will be rafer whh yon than with m." The wife was wonderfully niesseil at the great financial trust reposed In her, and Mie drteimined that no robber should pick her bocket of the treasure. Her husband bad gone out to arrange for a carriage, and the bride, hoping to do si melblng that would be regarded especially prudent, placed the wallet In the liottom of the trunk containing a lot of dreta and other tblnss. This bappemd to lie a trunk that was In ji as e.ects bacgaee and was called for In advance nftlre rest of the lugate. The tturk was suit away and later the regular bagieasu trspon came around for the rct of the lutrgaee Tlie young couple (Irove to the station where the ynunir man said: "Let me have Hie wnllel and I'll go buy the tickets " The bride turned pale, then rid, and at last began to cry. "I put It In tne extra ttutik," she aoblied, "so no one could steal It from me." "Thedetice'" exclaimed her husband, who was In a serious dilemma. He soothed bis bride, however, saying it would come out all rUht. Hurrying to the baggaee room be found that the trunk had gone by express an hour be fore, checked through to Niagara Falis, as had been arranged for. The Intun tlon bad been to save expense by send ing the extra Imegagc through to Nl ngara Falls, as it was not needed utoncc, the couple desiring to spend a day or two at, other po1ul9tiot so far away. Tbc yrfung man lmd only aomusmall change lift. Leaving his wife at the station he rushed down town to the office nnd ex plained affairs to the cashlur, who gitve him the money needed to carry out his plans. The lour began with 0 later train nnd tbo wallet was recovered all right. The casblor thought the story too good to keen, and when the young man came lieck It was always his turn "to treat" for n week. SACRED NUMBERS ODD. I'rnlmlilfi llrHmin frr Oue Huprratltlon Aiimne: llautlileM 'tonJtf Itlvttra'tti AfMriru. tvtcrul numbers arc alwiys oil. Hence may atlae the modern supurMl tlon Htnonir gamblers that there Is luck In odd numbers. Hut among the unci. -tit heathen, also, evun nu'iitx-rs were shunned, because each can be divided Into two, a number that Pythagoras and others denounced as the symbol of death and dissolution and evil augury generally. The antique worship of mystic numbers still shows Its after uffect In various popular superstitions. For In stnnru, tbo seventh eon of a seventh son (called In France a marcou) is re puted to poseeis singular powers of healing, and even intelligent people Mill hold to thu fallacy that young animals born blind will open their eyes on the ninth day. The truth Is that the blindness period of puppies varies from ten to sixteen dty, and that of kittens fiom six to twelve. The frequent assertion that "colda" will run their natural course In nine days Is equally erroneous. A slight catarrh, characterized by all Its unmis takable symptoms, may come and de part in three times twenty-four hours, while chronic colds are often aa per sistent aa their cause, and may worry a whole family from Christmas to the season of open windows. Country ex perts In the phenomena of rabies are apt to assure the victim of a snapping cur that the bite of a mad dog will show its effect on the seventh day, after which time (sometimes extended to the ninth day) the dread of evil consequences may be dismissed, but the truth Is that the virus of hydrophobia may remain latent for more than live years. The old idea that man changed bis body entirely every seven years is pirt of the same general fallacy. Medheval physlolocUts were fond of noting that seven months is the least la which a child may be born and live, that the teeth spring out in the seventh month and are renewed in the seventh vear, that he becomes a youth at twice seven, at four thoea seven Is in full posMMsloa of bis strength, at five times ia fitted for the buiiness of the world, at six times seven becomes grave and wise, or sever, at seven tliues Is at his apogee, at elbt times sevea ia his first cil Rweterle. aad at nine times sevea is bis grand eliiaacterlc. PERSONAL, The ceasor of plays la Paris has pro WUuU a seese la a faree, not because the teeae or the eostUNMS Is themtelves were inadmissible, but because the wetaen playiag the parte were two huge sad fiaely for wed. Mise Easily Hwlsoa, a belle of New Hoeheile. K. 1'.. has opened a free hos pital for la valid puceoas. which i'iek to fa laetiievtiveiy whenever they feel ua tier the weather. TUe It tile sob ho has just beea bora to the l'iluce-4 Sophie of Qreau, aud who Is shortly to be b.-ougbt over at the Queen's express wisa to visit his royal great grandmother, has already beea li&otoeraohed. ia order that his r- tralt auy be piaeed ia oae of the two bracelets always woru by her Majesty. Sptem.1 to thi X. Y. Wurld. The Duke of PorUead is bulUUag a Stoup of nlmsiioiHM at "Waiheek, la criUsd "Thaee hautse were tiactl hy tae aUUt Dsike of I'oetlaad. at tae re qut of Us wifa, for Om hem ait of the boat BAd u AOAMUtoBiacaJut && victorias " p7 pqmaiveaspve'wa"v wa w Of h4f THfjff hitaWii Maay piropa" coaakter the Fnpornr of iuilritdw rich mm im Euaosw. Vary seeeatiy he ueid out ftee his owa private fortuae the sun of HM.tM for that settef of the auf exers fJwa the la uadatiuo- The chUdrea of Priace Albert of Prussto are beta- tuxht to uai their hads as well as thefi braUs. Their father is as wU veraed ia th-aatyby of Vmkh't4' u the Ewpmr Pwd erkk was i crM)torisg, aad the two feter auAS of Prbce Albert hve Icajaed eaotbh of luaaoaxy to be abbj to hulU a Maall pavtlioo. Mr. Kfcfcatd L'roker voted eajrliex tkso for yews Mtf- thud feat. -'It 1 wh Istepitlltottujbooh. Hooked as tb baliota. grabhed th rbi oae ia iiy. licked . paater aad stuck it 04, riepced outaWe aad haaded ioy beiiols to tie elerk That, three uilautea." Mr Ciuker would ot say &u be hal pasted. AW Yvrk Wwld CABBAGE ARD ROMAIC A lMf-Td rntlt ttM tarti t aw iwrentmewt er 4Mwo. .rem f An Fntw'eA fwl;' Romance and the roue m han! In hand, and ttre dainty tlotot and the modest lily have often ripened the portal! of love, hot It has been left to California to prodrtce tm elrtl' c-Mwgo that ever led to real romwrte thit wound up In a wedding , Eighteen months ago. according to tin iraqnA tlonahle statement of GrMville W Alexander, a grain merchant of this city, there stood in front of the dr of one of San Frsncitco's real eatate dealers a cabbage from San Bernardino County weighing ninety-two pmind. and antd to be tne largest erer raised VhIle this production of California' greatness was on exhibition the Oreem expres landed from England two llrltons, so ftesh from their na'Ive -II rhat they walked along the drv and dusty streita with srtrtontsdo-vn to thidr ankles, and their trousers rollel up t mcnl their coats. They were hth bound for Australia. Faming aHna tiny espied the wonderful rabbi ' Hoth men stopped short. Up went ivo single eye glaes. "Hy .Inve, ohl boy, but tint's a don illy large cabbage.doncher know." "Doosediy large," replied the second surprised son of Albion, and llien they both went In and Inquired of the real estate man where It was grown Hoth men were wealthy. Hoth men were cousins, and while unknown to them the Imsy band of falc was no v at work, It only seemed to the curlodty seekers that in deciding that life would be misspent unles thev saw the land upon which this cablwce crew, that they were only obeying the idle whim of Idle gentlemen In goinc to Hon Uer nardlno to do so. And so they went. Kugllshmen as a rule are not gar rulous, and these two friends were no exception. Ooce in Hetnartllno they were directed to the farm where the cabbago crew. They remained two weeks. At the end of that tlmo one of than said to the rancher! "I want so much of your land In n certain section. How muuh is It wotlhV "Four hundred thousand dollars." It was paid for. Tlie- other friend said to the rancher. "Your daughter Is very beautiful, and I love her. I want to make her my wife." Two months ago there was a wed ding at the ranch. There were a num ber of people present, friends of the family, and the groom threw aside his taciturnity long enough at the supper table to tell how the big cabbage had led to bis happlnes. WHAT WARS COST. Atllllnna f Treatnren anil Mvw Snarl llced to Miu'n Kvll l'"loli, Fnm tkt San Fnmrliee CArenldt. In time of peace tbo statisticians rount the cost uf wars In men and monoy, which does not seem, however to have any effect whatever lu ttio way of prevention. The fact Is, nelt'ier governments nor peoplo want war In the abstract, though there ulwas exist latent jealousies and hatreds and the desire for advantages which w ir ulnne can bring that render it posslhle nl a-iv moment. You cannot make govern ments count their dead beforehand, though It is easy enough to count them afterward, while as for thu prospective debt, a nation assume It in advance as coolly as a farmer places n mortgage on bis farm. According to the estimates of French and Germau statisticians there have perished In the wars of the last thirty years 2,250.000 men, while there has li en expended to carry them on no lets than the inconceivable sum of $13,000. 000.000. Of this amount France has paid nearly ?3 500.000,000 as the cost of tbc war with Prussia, while her low In men is placed at 155,000. Of these 80,000 were killed on the Held of battle. 11(1,000 died or slckners, accidents or suicide, and 20.000 In Gorman prisons, while there diet! from other cau'es enough to bring the number up to the given aggregate. The sick and wounded amounted to 477,421, the Uvea of many thousands of whom were doubtless shortened by their illness or injuries. According to Dr. Hoth, a German authority, tbo Germans lost durlne the war 00,000 men killed or rendered In valid and f 000,000,000 in money, this being the excess of expenditure or, of the material losses over tba l,250, 000,000 paid by France by way of In demnity. Dr. Engel, another distinguished German statistician, gives the following as tbe approximate cost of the principal wars of the last thirty years: Crimean wsr, 2.000,000,000, Italian warof IH5U. 1300,000,000; Prusso Danish war of lb04, 185,000,000, warof the rebellion, North. 15,100,000,000, South, 'i,30O. 000,000; Prusso-Austrlau war of ISM, J330.000.000 nuseo-Turklshwar.tlSV 000,000; South Afrlean wars, $8,770, 000, Afghan war. 113.230,000, Servo liulgailan war. $176,000,000. All these wars were murderous in tbe extreme. Tbe Crimean war, in whteh few battles were fought, cost 750.000 lives, oaly 50,000 less than were killed or died of their wound. North and South, during the war of tbe rebellion. The figures, It must be remembered, are Germaa, ami might sot agree precisely with American esti nates. The Mexican aad Chinese expeditions cost $800,000,000 aad 85,000 lives. There wtre 250,000 killed satt mortally wounded during the Itusso-Turkiah wsr, aad 45,000 each ia tbe Italian war of 158 aad the war hetweeu Prussia aad Austria. In the other wars the loss of lite was relatively less, which did not wake either the aunt or woaey easier to part with la the more limited areas w here they occurred. Aad this is but a part of tbe aceouatiag, siaoa it does not iaelude the lailitoas expended during the last twenty years ia uuUa laiaiag the vast arntarueats of the Ku ropeaa powers, the losses caused hy the steppage of coiajuarce aad waaufact umw, aad the eoetiaual deragetiiit of Industrie by the abetraeHoa fsesa wee ful fcianlovBUtat of so many urUltoas of iwrsoas held for aiiiitory servka ei Wtuiiag fresa three to five years. A BEMMiBLE BUFF. Uux Tbaa Ibe tHayer Game fMtMi a Ktatt Otiy We were about an hour out of da ta other aaoiMBg," said a traveler ia the Coatot liouse kAfcr to a Kaaaaa CUy far reporter, "whas a mum of tltaw poker was startod. "I was ItfaaiAg over the baefc ef th next seat wtchug It The fane aaa Bjwtty Ufh. The bum ht f sawt of caufht a live, a six, a aiae. a kjf mm as ace. "lie tiiararrfal ths ace ajad mag ajai draw two cards, coating out with aim Ush aad ao pair. I hisfcad eaji jui wdow while he played aia hs-4- He eos tike pot. "After the gaate e were alttaag to gjaiher aad I vewtujied to reajark: A. be aaasaaead. I sUda't uulte uaaWataaa hto utill-af UwuaU." Mum Me Mm Xwt tuttu. He was a turn toael', yuu see. mW aSUgkl bal etri te l'biu HU fatbrt auac !loli ga Fauci RE WAS A MllliOftAiSE. Carr f I. A. ttMtrnn, twM tMt m "ItexvMjn ttocrntt. ItoSftftAt,B, Fa., Jfov. . T A. SoMraon, who a found md hi his bed In Brooklyn a fe day ago, Was a nllrtd milHnnarf- tanner, ami made the most of his fortune nnr this place, where he owned ami conducted tot many years what wa tot a Pmg time the largest tannery In the world, When the hemlock fk became -haoted hereabouts he abandoned the tannery and retired from bwslnew. Ht mad his home at the St. Ilcfcol Hotel, New York, for years, awl about twenty years ago brought a suit aWlmH the proprietors of that hotel which led to the paage of the present law of New Yoik "Mate limiting and defining the responsibility of hotel keepers as to the properly of gwsts. Tntevea had entered Mr. K ioinon's room In the hotel, and money and fnlu able, amounting to several thousands of dollars were tolen Mr. HoMmnn sued the proprietors of the St. Nicholas Hotel to recover the value of the stolea property. The case was carried to the cvmrt or last resort, and was decided In favor of Mr. Ilobinann. This estab ltaheri a precedent that ted to the pas sage of the present hotel law. Mr. Itowneon left an estate worth $7,000,000 Ills uncle, tho Hon E P. Sirone, blmlf a wealthy tanner of Starrncca, this county, Inherits 11,000, orajof It. The remainder Is divided among seven other uncles. The tannery where Mr Itoblnaon made his money, five miles from Honesdale, was hnrned to tbe around a fer years aeo. and the spot bas grown up thick with under bnuh. ami is a retreat for wild animals. THE CHOCTAW COUNCIL Tnnclilnc Sollrttnile or the Indians lor thu Negro. Paris, Tex., Nov. 0 In a special message to the Choctaw Council Gov ernor Jones says: "We are surrounded by tbo restless and jealous white race and mo dally brought more Into compe tition with Its tnemhers. In this strug gle we must be well armed to hold our own. Our best weapon, our surest de fense, Is education. Wo havo done much in this direction, and the history of the world shows no such example of proetess ns has iteen mauo by our peopie In the last half centnry. Much yet remains to be achieved. There Is a class of citizens among us, who while they have equal advantages with our In dian on th In tbe neighborhood schools, ato yet comparatively neglected tu me highirbrauches of education. I refer to our clllrons of African descent. It not le gally we nrc morally bound to give to the children of those cltlrens every pos sible educational advantage It Is, moreover, necessary to our safety as n nation." " CURE FOR CONSUMPTION. I'ttiltrnir Kiicti'a Ort-ut IIUniTnrjr Will lift lllvrn to the World, Uf.iu.in, Nov. 0 The A'it"f ' lung says that a motion will probably be Introduced Into the Lmd Tai to pro vide for the erection of a Hacterlolog cal Institute, which shall be pl.-el under the charge of Piofesvir K 1 The Emperor William, who Is ""'' Interested In the proerees made by the Professor In developing his discovery, receives almost dally reports from the lalMrratnry. Professor Koch has formally promised to make public property of tho secret of this treatment for tho cure of consump tion by Inoculation. He seeks no ma terial or personal advantage through the discovery. CENSURED THE FIRM. Tlie Curotier'a Verdict In I Im I.ondun Kxplualou Horror. I.ONO0N, Nov. (! The coroner's In quest, which was summoned to pass upon the facts connected with the loss of life by the fire which on October 13 destroyed tho four-story building ooeu,. pied by Howley Ss Block, hat manu facturers and contractors, Middle street, Smltbfleld, has completed Us labors. Tbe verdict rendered censures the Arm for carelessness In allowing tho naphtha to be stored on tbe premises. Six persons were burned to death by this tire and several others wero so seri ously Injured that It is not yet known whether their recovery is possible, CHIEF JUSTICE COLERIDGE PARALYZED. Stricken In ttoiirt aud til Condition t'rccarloua 1.0KDOK, Nov. 0 Lord Chief Justice Coleridge, while presiding over the Court of tbe Queen's Bench division this morning, was stricken with paraly sis. He was promptly conveyed to an ante-room, where he was found to be in so precarious a condition that his wife was summoned te bis side. Tbe phy-sli-'aas who hurried to tbe assistance of Lord Coleridge are now doing all that is postible to relieve tbe sufferings of their distinguished patient. A WHALE IN HER WAKE. llou 11 use auerui Followed a ship Tor 1,000 Bllle. A letter from Adelaide, Australia, to Divl'utlMaU Qauttt says that on July 17 while Captain Hepworth, It. N. H. of tbe steamship Port Adelaide was taking his sights he noticed a Urge sperm whale alongside, so close that bis spout lag wet the deck. The creature had evidently lost his "school" aad mistakes the ship for oae or his own species. He reatsiaed with it for four davs and Bights aad traveled 9M aau ileal or 1,033 statute wile without a rest, and as far as oae ooukl gather, without food. He was sever bum e than seventy yards away, aad for h stoat part close against the ship, udr her quarter, where the draught made wba udag easier for hie. The length of the aaiaaal was ahaut forty sevesi feet. The. test day ha was v:ry Uvely, divlag fraajtaatty hsnaath the" ship s bottoat, on oa ocamaan sAaatiajc hlaaaeif aavefaly. Aar khat ha kefii rloea" atotaafcee like a tirail wfuuOUa4 ekwe. 'Twiia a Ubctut. rnm Mr Xtm Ym HmU The fwsty swt eaate with a brand aaw To taM be has ersne)fsiher. tsaay asai aafc x tekfiaMb tea. aaav uca& ebexachr Saaa. mm mm mm am m $mm with tifi . insritad of tough, a k was Aa til suihekiag yaw ijQjujaHi iMto ly! Vtth to iaufh- ia ? wor4- 4ka "' kas -JJeal wfeUfi fcatt iatJa? Wjmm, Wti v-tiur fcfcisJ: skjaa mm MA I d a vpaifBaa wam f-ggaia vaBappa f in tui Vtett ttlal3of V MM ttlM 1mm IMVi (MT MMb Vtasjbv beat that I kl sittoead l ey aWa0M mm- n. . Maeay. a.r aui sjp JbU. MtaOM I - - 3ataaaa-fcaNa-etaMiUal- IQmmw (ipwajnaa naBB wmfmp lj"UMPpP!jaiaw"'aw I MM fciniM im ktt TaMMJat I mmmmmi 9Q bbb-p -s-w--a-aw -a -a-a -a-a-a--- - eeaa----- -ai-- &1 mm -ar .-, up fr Ike beat C. .(orw, CUastS g to lbs street KUTUTYN MEETING WASHINGTON JOCKEY CLUB, BENNING'S COURSE. tnS-i t A4fratt4n !. $1-1 tornt gTMH-'StHfliS Utttl re. Apflf o 0. 9- f TArMS. Treasurer, wntinn norei, ror mearuei-s mnte. i tjretleeM eiwr-eters wW be ertrWdW. Trams teare B. r. Dewrt 1"$. Bis. 1 asal iM, n i Mil Mils eits. FOR A GOOD SHOE VISIT Wilson k Caff's For an Easy Shoe noTt) WILSON & CARR'S. We ewrrr the n-t Ueeef Patent l.mtker Shee f er ta4tes and Oee tlereen at !S a pair at Wilson & Carr's lnlitniintle M100 .lien. wo. t2o r sritinrr s. w.. Wft!hlnRton, D. C. BALTIMOUE STOttB, 4 mtit O Wr.ST 11AI.TI3IOUI: .STIlKKr. !ilch Told the Truth? James Gallagher, the keeper of a sa loon attho corner of Seventh street nnd Whitney nvenue, was charged In tho Police Court today with having kept his bar open on Sunday. Sergeant Slattery found Tom Gibson, an old soldier, going across tbe street with a bucket of betr. Ho summoned blm to appear In court to-day. He did so nnd tt stifled that bo paid for it. Two other witnesses who wero there said that he was given tho beer. Tho caso was con tinued until to morrow for the produc tion of other witnesses, both In behalf of the Government nnd tho defendant. Got tlie tVroni: Womvn. There seems to be some mistake In tbo Identity of tho colored girl named Mary Francos Johnson, now doing a term of ninety dnjs at tho farm. Sho pleaded guilty to vagrancy without knowing what she was doing. Officer Fiflold, who made tho arrest, told Judgo Miller that he was satisfied tint tho wrong woman was locked up. llertto Johnson yesterday afternoon openly boasied upon tbo street that she was the Johnson woman who ought to be on the farm. Tho caso will he called to the attention of tho Commissioners. The l'rernlent Idea lu regard to thick food Ixjlttg the most nourishing Is erroneous. Mother's milk It quite tbin, yet very nutritious. Mellln'a Food, when prcparnl for ue. Is thin like liresst milk and correKHKlsphjaologleatly to inolher'a rellk. Vaahlncton MrocU Kxctiunse Sales negular Call 13 o'eleek m. Wash. I I.. t, fiV) at 0 West Kud Nat. Hank, 10 a 103; 10 a 101, Itlgxs Ins. Co., 100 a bj . Col. Til )e I lie., IQu a 0 IMu; 10J aOWO. Wash (las., 3ft a 40J; 30 a -10: 30 a id. V. 8. Klectrlc Light, 10 a IBH. Amer. Oraphophone, 100 a 141; SO a Hi. Am. Security and Trust Co.. 10 a Ml. Miscellaneous liouds V. 8. Kleitric Light 1st, O's, 10"; 'J. S. tlectrie Light, 3d? 0, US; W. A O. It. K. 10-10 O's, H'W-'M, 108; W it O. Convertible O's, 119; Masonic flail Asa'R, S's, (' 1808, 1071; Wash. Market Co., 1st Mort, O's, 110; Wsh. Marfcst Co., Imp., O's, 115; Inl'd & Seaboard Co., 6'f, O 1807, ; Wash. Lt. Infantry, 1st, O's, 1901. l. T ash. Lt. In. fantry, 3d, Tt, HW4, 8S; Wash, lias Light ramry, i, ., iwm.ws; ymq. uas i.ikih Co, Sen A, 0', lit).; Wath, (las Light Co., Ber. II, 0's, 121, Uygenle lee Co., l&t Mort., O's, j American Security and Trust, 100. V.tln..1 l),t Q 1 a nail nf ll'aali. La, Sen fi National Hank Stocks UauK ot WatU legion, 450; Hank of Itepubllc, 2"-J; Metro. poli'SB, 808; Central, 3i0; Seeood. auO; sruiers auU Jklecbanles. 1'JO; Citizen'. 170; ( oluuiUa, 170; Coital, 131, Wetd,lOl; Traders', 1SH1; Lincoln, UO. Itallroad Blocks Wasblngtoa awl Georgetown, 943; Mt-trojxjlitao, taS; Co luaMa, Ti Capitol abd North O Street, SO; Kckfogtoa ainl Soldiers' llerae, 01; Georgetown audTenualtowu, 4$; IlrluUt wood. . iDenraBce Stocks Hrei.jen's, 47; Frank 11b, 64; Metropolitan, 76; National Union, SO; Arlington, 1S6; Corcoran, t; Culuru bla, 10; German Amerteau, lbO; i'otataae, SO; Klgge, 6; People's, S; IJucoln, 6jL Title InsuraiH'e Stocks Iteal Estate Title, 137, Coluruia Title, 81; Wasbi itou Title, -. Gas aud KUretrfe lAgbt iloeks Vbl ton Gs, 45J, Georgelowu fla, 90; U. a. Eketrk-Ugbt.l&O. TetepbMe Stocks PeaasrlVAaia, Hii Chesapeake awl Potoaue, 70; Awerteaa UreplMHifeoue, Hi. MteeeJlaiisous stocks. Wa.hlagtoa Mar ket Co., lb; Wasbiagtoa Brtek MaeWae Co., SS, Great Fails Ice Co., 1W; BaM Kua Paaoraata Co., IS; N'atioaal bate U BOfM, SfiU; WasMaicUw Safe Deposit, 1; Wasktaataa Loan aad Trust Co., 41; Na tional Typographic, MergaaMuter, 14; Paeuatie Gaa Carriaaw. 1; ABMHeaa Security sad Trust Co , R; Llacol 4a HaU, ; HjKesak lee Co, Tbe To-KsJoa We l apaaj w sttn wla ia lot of lour or wore ilamni ia strong boxes that eaa safety go a wttkoot carae fur psrtlae A Voice of Warning Te ail whu saCer ftoss catarrb. whether ia BOBWV ALU tWe lienehttwm fstssa is Waal t.a ajuubj ul oBgi un ehaokai- U tsHabta te itomtoo ls hsaar f'fVtffli imf OOP m BMlrlllfrtf . Mli Mai $mvWmWm 4B' mjaytjaiy 0f jump m$$. C4T4UK I 44iftiu th ifUm-mml . bir at ! -sta- ,ykj Ul 4VPJHT ftapPr HeF mw wm-m mmi wa- tt iiririmir nir aftUUHh km tiB tmikm) mbf ii rtii al fcW mmummmmm ftkBQl trntrnm lata u teat what - HitB4uaa,a tUntotbeseccetu itsaou . as eurisg t'ltwurrlt. lt eM)l tbe aujofafaat iJiat wUeb eaaws ppIP IwaWMppw epfepaS wBW Wiw 4iPr mmlwKmm'w iMl m& mB W MJli flMfcMB iSMM( 'ViMpA 4ltf" AAaj iinii lL t f KT PBI'wjIwapww arPaiwa Wgpp - ev1"" "fw filttB aiJtyyfc jl Iffjf v3mf 4i4M flp hM Waa httts latr trial 10 Hood's SsrsspaiHIls 8iaMitW ;aJtorS.se ul, bi CI 8SMXI CO.. towed, Maaa. Xk lnirii Al b jmmf wmmm' 'wr consns! o ACS AT t P.M. JW$ IftWHf 91 TlWfWSfnl" WfllWllPB tVtPS BDtJrjATIONAr,. y f s LANGUAGES, THEBERLITZSCHOOLof LANGUAGES rS Mth Mrret orthwH. BeetaM MeH rraetJenrMtnettn TBIIMS, $W. nraeekes la Xew York, inte, Pblladel ps, CMefO, ParH, Bertln, Umdan, ete. 069 tt AOADBMY OF TnK HOtiT OnOSS. litt Jtass. Ave., Adonis every facility for acquiring a thor ough edaeatlon In literature, mule and art. The tiwtmraents tmiRlit are piano, harp, vio lin, Rtiltar, nmndolla ami banlo. Isnnaie., peneral voeel, drawing and faaey work freo. setrjj; SPENCBMAN niTSINESSCOLLHaE Cnr. 7th awl D sts.n. w., Embraces 9U Sehools, via: Fehool of rractlcnl Daftness arwt Aeewunts. Solol of Preparatory Practical RntlMh. School of Sborthnrd and Trpewrltlnc. School of Srnweerlan Praetleftl Penmanship. School o( Meihanleal and Arehtteeturil 1 rawing. . . . , School of CItII Pernce Tralntnu. Day and Night Ses4oni. Illustrated Cata logaea free. spKVCT!It tTj prinnlpat. MT1S. SAUA A. SPENCKIl, Vlee l'rtnclpdt. set.tf nJ 16S UAYAnD8 INSTITUTE, Norwalk, Conn. A Home EcIkjoI for Girls and Young Ladle. Number of boarding pupils limited to twenty Excellent advantages In Music, Art and tho Langnngc, Oymnaslum. rieasant grounds. Healthful location. Tuplls boardod through the summer month. Board, washing and tuition In the English branches, $300 per cholastle year. Send for circular. "VrrtADVlLLK THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL, Meadvllle, Pa. rdiieotes tor thoChrlstlan Ministry. Himibi rent awl tnltloo free. An entrance- fee of 0 for ga, heat and oare ot room. All exponso moderate. Terra begtrw SEITEMDEK 30. Address ItEV. A. A. HVEUMOnE, X). I).. lrctldeflt. Meadvllle. Pa. M ISS AIKEN'S SCHOOL rOU OIIILS. Stamford, Conn. Established la ISflS. Prepares for eollege, travel and borne. The method by whlehthe mental laeultles are edneated will bo found In the iccodU edition of Miss Aiken's pam phlet on "Coaeentrated Atteatlon," now ready, for rale at Breetano'a, S Union Sqaaro New York. puTasrfa COLLEGE I'ltKPAItATORY bCHOOU New Ilruaswlsk, N. J. Hoarding Setteol for Boys nail Young Men. Prepares far tbe be-st eolleges, tclcntlflo seboois or bu sinew, E. H.COOK, A . M., Ph. D.. nead Mauler, OT. JOHN'S COLLEGE. AaaaiioHa, Md. Itlst tessten eemmeeses 1STH SEPTEM- IIE1I. Eiebt Pepartmeats and tear eoersss of study, BuHdlBgt heated by steam. Terms moderate. For catalogue address the preel deBt' TnOMAS FELL. LL.D.. Ph. D. T 1NDEN SEMINARY, Utltz,Pa. A school fur yoesg girls and young ladles, atlitltz, Laaeaster Couaty, Pa. 97th year A sale, eomfertawe sbee-l be e; thorough metbeds; oarefalevertlgbtof the ladlvidaal pepll; advsased eearses ot study; very pleas ant loeatlon; stesm heated, f 060 per year, Vir ELLS COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, Aurora, Cayuga. Lake, N. Y. Three full courses of study, Laaatloa beautiful aad healthful. A refined CbrtMUs heme. New buHdlsg h4t next Setebur. 6e.iaa b4o SEPTEMBER W, lies. Sead far eutaleeae. E. S. FHISBBE. D. D. rrwa rtaeititL pilANDLBK SCHOOL OF SCIENCE ANDTHBAUW, Baaavar, N. H. Aihtreeii the prssM nnt er PHtm e. r. RueeLse, y EATHS' JNSTtTUTE. Uaeaster, Pa. Tb- Be. MWSHBRY H. HeeWW, M. A., UU Master. Mar bays leaesveil as mnmtiiias el the bead miiitsi raaHtj. At yreeetbt taste e two vesaaalas, Mr. Wsasier bas seat beys to Harvasa, Tula, Prtaselan, Colmrbfai, tohtarh, Aaafasrst, Wattf, Weet ftmat, Aaaa Is, Aa, sad bas not bad a as d t tot ftafakMteB ftto4l ST WK3! mHUQOL, Pa. A Mga-etoss sebaol. ultoeatkw. imtebllol sarwaw-taas. Batag Duaslwcrk. Fssm or aayr eoHaa ar basi aasa. Sew seat tMt jaarw Yata,Baswl watPilnaelnn SoaebUcaieo OUIiUMI I3&. AWOd YAT-LAW. WftS slni&WMtfe$$4tftl ycMmmmmmg LbT fikatf PPllar V mmm ' ATwattar at law. walls1udSif Ss f- mak mumidm'81 mSm mr fl- BPa""" MUUaiUCaT A MaKBKHKx-. Auorueis at Law, . 4 2r7-i Sua Buildlog. W st l.Wl"SKStr!!TS. JW X TIONAt. THSATRB I4ist PerforiBanoe of Conried's Comic Opera Co, W Arr Mirelter's Romantte Opera, the King's Fool. 9Mat; Rvenint, Special Perfe lawe of Wta mfig 9tras Or , The Gypsy Baron. rem! Sreftidorir, Mn-leal Ooodoctor. Xt W-ett-The InMlltable LOTTK, sewt wo ff ei saw i- r -Vt KW NATIONALTHETn-Next Week. XS the inimitable L.OTTK. Tliret Changes Of Programme. I Only rarforBmnee of Mars Itrmday dan's Ev-Bteg j Musette. Tneeday and Wmneway Eveeli gs awl S-'atartlay Matlaee. Trip' DPI Spoiling the Broth A Faint Heart, Nan the Good-for- Nothing. Thertday, FrWav ami Satuiday, I The New Mnslcftl Comedy, INA. The Eurerb Oompanyr Walter Allen, Will 8. Rising. , . 1 any Ilrown, Oeo. II. Droderkk, Hotel niflnd, Frank llolllston, Mabella Baker, Helen Payne, Adelaide fatten. Dora IIon. William Hobtnson, Musleol Director. fiesta now on sxle C-St A LBAUOH'eOKANT) OPEKA IlOUaE. Every Evening Matlneo Saturday. The Paverlto American Actor. Lewis Morrison AS MEI'HISTO IN nl SuUlme, Seenlo and Dramatto rrodtii--tlon of F75UST. Note -Mr. Morrlon Company I" tho onlr one playing this Dramatic Version of "Faust.' Tho Wonderful BtlOCKEN SCENE With Ha Flashes ot Gcnulno LtOHTNINO. Next wcek-Mlt. RICHARD MANSHKLT) ln"tioan llrnmmcl." 'Hrlnco Karl"nnd"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." Seats now uu said. 3-tf , IT ABItlK' 11I.TOU THEATItB. I I Wrek Commencing Monday, Nov. 1. WILLIAM B.H1NE9 and MISS KARLE PEMIHOTON In tho Cyclonic Comedr f ensatlon. 11KAU1S OF NKIVYOHIC. Introducing n enulno Police Patrol Wagon, drawn hy Fiery btredr, In a maddening danh across tho stage, and tho most It enlllloFlro Scene nnd Hero's liescoo Ever Attempted. Next wcek-BLUE AND THE GRAY. t-St. A LHAUOIl'S GRAND UFMIA-nOUSE. SUNDAY, NOVEMDEIl 0. LINCOLN MUSIC HALL. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 10. FAREWELL CONCERTS. STRAUSS And His Famous VIENNA ORCHESTRA. rrlcca-Flrst lloor. $1 SO; Balcony. M; Gallery, SOo. Tickets at Mctzerott's, 1110 F st. n. w. let ALBAUGU'SNKW LYCEUM THEATRE. Baltimore. Md Etgagement ot Edwin Booth AND Lawrence .Barrett. SPECIAL WASHINGTON NIOHW. Momlay. Nov. 10-JULIUS C.EAR. Mr. lliMitli as llrntus Mr. Barrett as Canlus Wednesday Nov. U'-MACHETH. Mr. Booth as Macbeth. Mr. rtarrctt as Mscduff Friday, Nov. H-OTHELU). Mr. Booth as lago. Mr. Barrett as Othello FauteullJ .oo orchestra Chairs ti.sa Baleory S'.'.LO Including transportation both wayi. Seata now on aula at Robert F. Miller's Book Store, sm Fifteenth street, from 10 a. d to5r. m. Speelal trains for Washington NUkta will leave via Pennsylvania R. It. from Sixth street Depot at M0 p. m. sharp, arriving at Union Station, Baltimore (three minutes' walk from Lyceum Theatre). Returning, leave same station Immediately after tbeper. forrnance. 2M6t '$ NEW WASHINGTON THEATRE. UTH ST. TniS WEEK-Ladles Matinee Saturday. Lester & Williams' London Novelty and Gaiety Company, Next week American Four Speelslty Co. and Geerge Dixon, the Colored Champion. 3-St GLOBE THEATRE WEEK OF OCTOBER tT. Matlaeea Monday. Wednesday, Fri day and Saturday. GRIEVES' BURLESQUE CO. The Champion 4Uimi KirKEBS-4 A UlOAKTIO bl'HCIALTY CO. T RE HEOLIKN. Is le 8rsteet of All Masieal IastroraesU Beaause it performs aay Baste imm a waltz or a ballad to an overture or a sysaBboay more beautifully aad nore aeuly fmtmU tbaa say other aiagle btttruaMat. Tbe 1 sntlnn la act sagebsataal. bat tba BMatatattvaef ttssso siaiatotbata penoa eaa Kw to play tt wMb trout use to three weeks' praatiea. Tour vtett to see thista ttmniint wtii be swteened a favor at E. F. DROOP'S, Mf FA. AVE., tto Aaeat lot Meaway aad osber First- Olass Ma aos aad Oeaaas. A TONIC. Horsford's Acid Phosphate. ABKMtesaattsai awl agreeable toc aud atass it Mssaibss aad iavlaocatas tba md bMh-U mmmt rnHAf , im3M4 iftWai tMgf UUl VHs MftT mmmt WadNMU tai teeMtikMa-. Br H. K. Cterke, Saaeea, . Y., says: "tt tee mm& mm value lor its tooio Jig.i- H. Dtoiiit. West Bcatt boro, Vt. B satrsataaia I esar asad." Bl'blWMtB CHMUCAL WOEES, Frwii.ue, B I Beijare el absUiies aad Itoiittioa.' CmXrmm.-m mt Ue saw Borafor ImMadaatha laaet. others e ! HgHf ftUl fat bit Ttr V. P. S1LTZ Importing Tailor, m v mmm swmiwiwT. TaUaaf Wtatar lawirtattoo iww po- Tblet 1 ntaetLlae uf WyokBvBr fcea WaaalaaAui '- J- .