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THE PAIL. Y C1UTK FIUDA 1 EVENING, NOVEMBER T, 1800.
The Daily Critic AD CAPITAL. fktCntg DtGtPtptr Pvb- At WfclfVntf'KIP, ttt ffifSMHea omwc mmwxnt. OFrTt't: 94o ?rtlf 6Rf MWltfP ASfitTWWJS Off?, 8. C. -J- - CfU-aBakatiaBaBaPkPPa fjBttr or wcWfBMPiwm, ftmmwmmvnmii n n "I . iJtfpw lit HP. i m IVjwwtwwrw, D. C. Stem ?, !SW. PaiBpapttaapttlaapPPPBPPPanpnPaPaaP "w.i.n.i i.i mm WtltA. 13AZBD, 'IV JCttr York 7sa rontlanca Ibm illtfs to be fnniiitr than it rlosj Unlit. It tttwptB to account for HermMlcap V rtftt hi XMfMkuntts by layio it to "tire Wctt Ktnl street ratlroaU scandal, which rucked Hoston toit the Slah from osms ewt to the other." Tbe lrt says the ppsspep of "the Mil giving the fran oktte to this road" was seenr! by ngnit, who "swarmwl the lobbyof the I.sMlslatnre ami were proven to havs Mtwl f lflO.OWi to soctirr- their purpose." (JovernorltRArKKTT fallttl "to rebuke the MMniftt by vetoing the Mil " The Prt then mltls. "n-nrerwor MAcHTT fntvp mistake ttntlo'ilrtetil kt hlrn thousand of vote for re-flection, in alt probability enough to have wiped out RcnLt.'a present mvjorlty. The Hepn bl lean of Massachusetts ilo not rewtlly condone such mistakes." tn Him by the reasoning "f the '. or what it takes to be nulndnatloo, the HrpoWlcaos who failed to vote for tburttrrr leuttketl the scandal afore said, while the Democrats who voted for Mext. condoned it. Trp Pum la stilt dated, not to say aridittl, by the letttk of Tuesday' eleetlops. CI.KVKLAXI AX1 W..UNG. E,v Governor Tiij.is H vYam.rii . f Conacctitut mm-, up ib nsHlt of the election in Its htmrinir on the Crest Unifal rampatsn In HJ. In his opin io i both Ci.hrmso nnl Ui.aixb are atr- Bgtheacd. The laik-r, ! j s."ls tbe only Republican ltl r who appears to have any htairtlai It ft on which an aptwal to popular auffrase can be made. His 'barnl of Mrk' ami reciprocity sujIieaHoM serve as a basts," Governor Wamjck tblttki. for Bi.aisk to make an appeal. Kr.un and Hahmisox ie regard' aa ilrsposed of by the popular verrrkt o( disapproval. Then referring to Mr. CtBVxi.v'ut, be says: "I am sure he has been made even mora Indisputably than before tbe leoogahted leader for tbe next campHlga. 1 do not rto with the conservative rentlmtut that cries out against an ex 1'ietklent taking an active interest in politics, and I believe .Mr Clkvslaxh ssHNihl have rendered practical assist ace, and would have helped himself by debit: so. but, nevertheless, I am con vtscfd that the people will give him cftdtt for bavins; made tbe Democratic vkuwy possible. It was bis taruf. re fwm masses; u of three years ago that paved the way. Tbe message was la oftportuse, and such a course may not have been a proper one for a Preside it to take at aay time, as tbe regulation of such matters is generally left to Urn -great, but it served to force the Us ia and tbe result is now recorded." It would indeed be iMerestiaf if tk. eosrttwHng eaadidatee la lot spotU he Ct.KViu.ikU and Blaikb. Tbe vessMci would unquestiosiabiy be the r as that of 11. jtvsur IfiuTtutt is loajipiotely bjodttd te his Utile game to sell a eon tftiitef interest la the stock of the Ci tinnatl Cuwaaftiil Qtuettt, and tbtss In a roundabout way astaia got tttoal nmuoj of It. ltiver JSdUor Hiluui frwes-svu akares. wak-fc. IIai-tkau hsw hsietofose voted- Ue has wlihdrawa Hfjsi Item lUUTiutt sod that leasts tm MkMM a HMjufity of stack. Tn - lfseie) tJaishal is umtptetety uakorstaL rijulfcT. BtKl'M XB Hatvu htvw ai eody hwuI that they l! he vMMMotss for o.ker of the ot Jtooev. TaT are Il W wen, as i MMii-lix, Ciuaras4 SrsuMuan who wjU also iwooaibsy be eanthVsaiss Mr. Mtu la reported as oaefactiJiff to e antfBOBtiksAasv. lie wiU aVmbrtsi he glnrtti hja oM pfnee as Ckusbrowut of tins CwMsdllM es Ways asm hJaens TaW Hon- JuKAtass II. Iowkll, of ib CasnsnttbM om USatB- , Sam WsW Wood to osnt to nny Ilsaaocjalic ('rnrresisMia feeam assii to Javlawil lbtV )k&d bfttaam L74sm1 is tLMOMM crflnMewm mry eaiaP' nwm f,"" w nipBPnnp Aa aWaased. It is welL Samafoejt Jxisu, yrrriBsjmw voted 'Ut w )a. tfflijlli dnAKf U49 wUiniuid to VlfSAe&s A HajiyeAA kjg lAgUCam aaftntf CJannl noiPBjnsw law ""wp"ww an"" 'rnipw'or "nwr ennF So tool abmuMtcao attu w 9mm9 lawsBVwvfiwseprBWS unripe"" i lisas bo has run -vy fsoas CUtlsnnnOttiJsfinUU Ha Haiti iWnnnnnlllH o V OF )!' m" is jbi u'F pannnavs wjaaaappsaafHS iimrtirraie h'tf nr Ttf BSiWtraatosi. "If 1 so taoa to be 4mo fox. vbat to m mem Kr- Fix Mssass fiaaMCsosls eoatccs' es aawaannnr epaaFw''rw l,nlvaaww, tan Im'ltniUBV fr'ftw 000 bo oiooGl oaf tho ktasote looks, m ,1 1. senHawpwMP " eV 4s4pvpavw' e? aVsv nnnnpPWHHVr aepep' MAMAMs alea ftgt Am f nll lljattllanal snnainpnBBp appmw aw aaaw aaBBaaaaaapaiHBBBV Sir ax mas gou flklnrr Qaa bouM SaSaSi htt ha eAMpfal .mMA at laii ljas liiEoi run Ms. KpuW.ia ai.t-tcx-i A 'hi. Couiouitc-t; ou Etiiit', C k. .' O-dt, I ; t.Ii, Muera. Ciili... Paosiqc ad aanjom ate XKH WojtU of ttm ilinfJM IKMWUteoMM Wff "wPttt 9S i it n J C'mto h. I.i f.y nnd ( 1 FT. of ( hfo have been defeated. All the lTemocratt mmtt. txttfk MAfflt, who was not a antflttato, wrc re elffteil. There 1 NiHtatttat; tttvt tordtrt. Sit 1 MRtmstt of te Cabtov h an optnton coiweftdftt th Me fxMrti nrwc. c, nA ft f Mlftfw. Tn yra or MA,flw h tn oVH ttm.tm BmMn she hm XAftt-WMRvtifJir fof a hmM. TfltMS tw tfr Jr San frmw Sth tfcWM owys. AvJhtfes. tlnnwt Kaight, SfWe trpnttr?ient HWwtHAt Dr.t.TRnls downlfce Hwpvitnleta htpra are ktcklnj; htm. , St - TniK t tn "off" rear In !et i fof etir frtelnw lh eftewty.' Tn Ritrnit.rrjk Mottty hn one to nt th Mtrptn. CAsno" Pttt.cmll S be tc!cr ml wa a rank rfefeai. iw 1 11 .iiSSiiUji .i asannhtJMannnnt TrtRowma TiWKAa wfll fptR ?tew Yotlt for Chtegv. It WAS A nOOtt OftAt, of kwr after all. Tn ITIa Mtmtrm wRl relMkk trn calfeil. PERSONAL. ltttdrard Klpllna's coming story is about "The Light Tht Failed." lner hapt there was some bungle abonl turn' Inn it on. The Sllltman homestead on Ilillhonw avenue, New Haven, baa been pur chased br l'rofwsm- Thomas I). Set mour nf Vale University, the ptk rld havinc been fW 00(1. J'rofeseor Slllt man spent f4),00) a few years ago In ticautifting the place. It should not lie laid up aaaint Mr. Depew that lit-did not know how to fold lit ticket at 10,-tO In the mom In. Mr. Depew Is nrrrr at his bt until after dinner. AVir ir World. Major Illram Itasett of Mlllerlmr!r. Ky.. an eminent lUon. his Iron striken with parslysls. in the lliatory of Masonry Major llet U catleil the hlchcst Mason in the world. Sainton was a very able man up.Tn the violin, and he has lift behind hint what he cxll' the receipt bow to obtain eminence. For tbo greater put of Ids life ho practiced for sixteen hours a day. I'rofessor Huxley has a sonln-Itw who Is something of an artist and still more or a wag. A recent picture mm his studio represents his young wife, the I'lofrssor's boaotlfttt dmiaittvr, fat afclt-tp In on aim-chair. At her fset. its j.i luttiUitl tir Its fall, li a book, nf which tbe title, "Lay St-rm-ms by lim it)." may bu plainly dlxo-rui-d. hliy five tears ago Kmmn-n It t t was arrcMed In ilnf-uil, t.'ono . f.ir xlllng Ice. as thedtvinr nf tti nl'v had iltchkd that It whi unUcalihy to it. Mrs. John A gn sivs shi his taught hsrsrlf the ut; f carpenter tools until able tn htill'I a ciib-nt or put a nvw shelf In thu ptnlry. l)f course, I met Mrs. Cleveland. 80 Isonebftbo most (-harming women I have evt-r seen a comblnstim, as It werr . of the sristocratlo grace of I.vly Dutllsy ami the gentle msnner of the I'llnct-a of Wales. It is very wonder ful now. coming direct from school, she held her own at the White House. It is still more wonderful how, having left tbe White House, she malalalas berswar over the aftVt"loos of the people Mr K'tml-iU, in Worn i' HWrf. HOTEL ARRIVALS. ilrirititnH T. A. i)ckr. New Haven; M. J. Day. Saw York; Mist CUrlollu NoJW and K K. Ouldett, Sower, Vs. .nluiHatr. A. Vwler sad wife, Milton, fa.; Hh Sbreve, Xew York; W. E. L'osten and wife, krookljra; J, K. as) re, Xorwalk, Conn ; M. F. AIMson, Ala ; II. KedeUhJmsr and wife, New York. Mr. Jnn ftsorso Ilerutllager, !(ani Um. Ya ; K. JonUa. rttattetanta; K. A Whttticr, New York; Mrs. M. ilsrrlon, Jif t-ttv; II. J. t'Mia, Daavfllr, Yd ; C. A. leim, RMMtsville, N. O. HMarr-. I) Audrews, C. I.. 3Utel.lt a4 C. L". Jehnsoe, aserttas;, III.; it. V. Kaadolpb, Ctiwtnaall; Y. S. atator and Chalk IK Thasnnsrm, NH' Jerwy; Siuiuol GruStb, l'utadlaia; C II lirowu, New utV. UigijtV. II. IbcubsM. Meslor M'tel iugaaus and liugu Xeexel, New York; J. J. Geary, Oil City Pa. MVfrto-'.O. Y. Mlhx, Montreal; L. C CrowHell, h'ea York; U. M. Sarbwab and wtfe, Mb iltaak Uwkie, ItUitwrg. H'srWn'r-Mr. and. Mrs. WadOfcurtoa. Maw Wsihaatot), II. K. Ihmaali, Xew urk; Itartd Kig, Newport. )Hmtkam-Jetw aisveas, 4. IjshIi; ilr. WUhsw E- Wslla, rwlUutatphuv; i. , imio, Buduio, X. Y ; Lsais Walker, Mitwaokee. Mti-0i-u- juhn H. BoiWr m4 wU, Xestk Caraia; Miss U. C. Harte, W. J. K. Keikm). Kw Yurk: J. S. UrssyUwt aal Us, irwMa, in ; P. t Meore sirt wife, isjracote; C. c. Ijirtus, itnalna J,.tu-U Y. II. rishe', 0m4 KiutAs, Mb ; Mr ud Mis. Otto iNlsSkwa, i'o York. AiMdiMU W. kw riinf im. Bistrrt; 1. . Btker, MU Wk.r, iUWWsTWker, Brut Btaury, Vew otk. W-Ut twm aVeUia, Seat York- a. W. as jummtu, Tea-; was, tt- uor V. AjC- i- DMsaty s4 4oha B. Bsswy, Jessey OMy. UM JUUwMkr. . H. jokosaw, Vu- C<M3S!wS: udfrtf-Y. M. Kasaojsi, toMtf; F. IstUaautwtta, HiKtaaars Wrmnd ihiinr X itt HSr Wttwls Annlil, y.om lis Sgmcum Jmiual. Abmox ih paaseoirers ao too wreck i traio was Uewry Weatsra Edsrstde. a awslft at the Naiiooal Lrbtsal dub. IpoeVia, EugUad. Mr. Edward was ictirioiog froaa his third iria arouod the world, having sailed fruau Jasji 1 Sepuyavber. At y"khiiu be uyd at ate aae kmel vtto Sir Edt 4raot4. Wthor o "Tfce Utftktof A-sls," ww wag ajfafgiAjt to oPAfiy 4 bKaMJflt alMAIMoW g ol IT. Sir tiwin k&aWf to m Mwwdy ksavoao w sy4 m. m oo'ijiur gut jiiiii Ml isa ig amm aaa arfnsnaraiaf waar anaaar aFaypraaPwaaaj w UiP1 Maaaaatl ami Yafcaaaant &aa IhAt 'uw Iki UUtuU f,M frm. "So do vswegdJgr josh aaw 8sp.''' "Oik. taMsooaety ; oy waVa fwapcUy isaatasi wttk U-" "By the way, what sjyp) i W "liaw's, ny wifo's, Uiipajr-tw . lonaas wiadawa. Usat vMOaaaa. " whaf Use seat cat k btor t'w. t9 p pi ap pasp a ssaaaai ag Asaisj paw r 'fn'wtkataisrw I To tbe, to play, to bMs. so kp. la vaat aoBie btUu eli I mo. But I MOM AMI SEMENTS. I'oTtrrPCreof Mf. Hatty C. T, tn popnlaf and eflVtent asslstatit msn aftf r,f Albaugh's rtrawrl Opefa Hmtse in tots ity, over rM Whirttoirtai stent to Baltimore last niirht to see Booth and Barrrtt In "the Mwchaflt of VeBfee" and to rnjny an r-rertint In the bWtrWnl Sew l.yreitm Theatre, which Mr. Albsnah h sdikd to tire attwc irons of the Momimntsl Cite. The Battt, which was carrtrd In a spwiil ttali ovet the Biltlmnre stkl Potomac Railroad, wa rompopfl of smne of mr most rlrstlhanlsherl ctilreir. and lil chwfd a Isree rpprcentatkm of the lptotnatle t'orp Mr. Booth wasco thrrbtlcllv iifeivnl by his Vi'ashlne trm adwiirtt. An ivtenrrerl notiwof theopening nf the l.vicum with "ftm Mrfrbat of enlcc" hs already been published In these columns. To-morrow will he the nex Washing ton night, when "Hamlet" will b pre n MetlT Ob Monday next, the third of the Washington rxcnfsrrrrr. will Ukc pl. "Julius Cicar" Is the Wll for that evening, Mr. (tooth appearing aa o'f" ami Mr. Birrett as Ctuthn Those wIshlBg to secure scats for that night should do so Monday mnrniiw. There will lie but two more excursions alter Monday, vlr Wednesday, "M-tc brtb," Mr ikwth aptwarlng as M-irbtth, Mr. Bsrrett as MitrttJT, and Friday, "Othello," Mr Booth as tnyo and Mr Ittrtitt as mhtUo This will be the farewell night. Peals are on s!c dally at Miller's bookstore. .VJfl Fifteenth slrtet. Trains leave Ilsltlmoro and I'o tomac depot at 8:40 p. m.. retiirnlnc Immcitlately after the porformaaoe. Chnnce nf It 11 1 nt the Nntlonnl. Jlneller's opera, "The King's Fool," will have its final performances at the Xew National Theatre tonight ami on ?atnrday afterhoon. Mr. Conrled's company wilt eivea sjiecial representa tion of Wsllr Kins: Strauss' successful Woik, "The Ovpay Baron," on Satur day evening. Tlds opera has bail over 9,000 performances in this country since It was given with so much success at the ?ew York Casino five years ago, under Mr. Cunrleii'a direction. The music Is the best ervr composed by the celebrated 9triius, and the llbrttto'ls of more than onlltmtr Interest The rol of "', Um rouna gvpsy sir), will be sung by Mls ltcttlni 1'adelfonl. formerly a resident of this citv. WATER IS BLUE. llm Irarnrn ir Atlnernt NhIIk .Mnilltln Ik Nntnrnl llnv. Vpp Xmtmrf. What la the color of pure water? Almost any person who has no special knowledge of the subject rcill reply at once: "It has no color." Yot every In dy knows, till tier through hearsay or by tbetxidi-tice of bis oa-o i-e. that the it'ifiii U blue. Why the nrjnn blue t a qiKsllun that few who Iihj ciui.it It hsvuever sou hi t ilvj. Mud theit-are, probably, many inoviuM Hlio, ibougn 1 hey have en m tt of tlit; fMmurtvi'iHnd lakes In the vorM, liau Ullut to notice thu u-in irk il!. illltirtifCea In 0I1T Htili-h tlitlr Autert pit itnt. 1-. veil the icmn i not uniform lo coler: In some plar.-s Its waters r Srtt'uoruveByelloHish. Some lakes aru Isiluctly blue; others present varlom shades of given, so that in some mm tht-y are huidly distinguishable Irom their lewl grass covered banks; a few are almost black. The Lake of Oeoeva is amire hueil, the Iike of Const nice aad iliu Lake of Lucerne are green, the color of tbe Mediterranean lias been called Indlyo. The Ike of Ililen l Kreenlsii yellow and its neighbor, Ijkkr Ttiuu. is blue. Xew York lias both green and blue lakes. Tbe colors of ttvera ulffer yet mote widely. TUelthoaelt blue, ami so is tbe Danube, while the Ithlae U freen. Tbe St, l.twrence is blue, beae various hues are not caused by mud or aay opaijue sediment such as that wblcb makes tbeMlsslMippli ilTee coloml, but belong to the waters, like the golden color of ta, without greatly impairing their transparency. The caiueof thedllterence In the color of lakes and ilvers has encaged the at tention of many celebrated investiga tors of nature, such as Tyadull, Ilituseo, Arsgo, Salniu Claire. Devilleaad ot&ers. Itecenily I'rof. Spring, of tbe UnWer ity of l.lege. has carefully luvastlgaual the ijut'Siloa of the color uf water and liaareaclHal some interesting coaciit sloos. According to him absolutely pure water when seen In buwms of sumciniU thlckBi-M U blue sad all the vtrletbts of color ishtbited In lakes and alretms arise from the preseuce la the water of mistral sails of dlffereat degrees of -!-ubiltiy and varvtag ijuanlUtes. Water contafning eorboaate of lime In a state of almost complete solution ri mains blue, but If the solution is lest complete tbe water will have a tiage of green, which will grow stronger as the point of pr Ipitatkm U apprvjjebed. I'rof. Spring coocl odes that, if lime is added to blue water in which so mu:h eeihuuat of lime is already dis solved that the point uf sat usa iua U approached, the water wtil btcoas greeo. In neuof of this be cites the fact that the water near the khori t of Ukes and seas, where it comes to coa act with Umeslooe, U gea eraliy tf a gretapr hue tha eisewhore. Mrukarbt Ssjrlojj of Orat 1Ih. Has Ma Xtw York. Lulgw. igorou aod terse phrases that otp prise "the whole story in a tew word" Uke strong hulj of the public fancy, aod ate toog rv weoibeied wad ousted Jacksoo's "n take the respoodollity;" Davy Orocgetl's "Be sure you're yijrpt the go ahead," Clay's "So porta. south ootbipg bot my cauauy'" ad "I would rather bo right tha he pijrsldeot.'' WebaWr's "Where shU I gov" ad L'otoa and Hbetty, uow aad fuievcr. one aad inseparable." Patrick fluary's "Give me lib erty or give me death," Jobs Adams' Sink or swim, survive or DsHsh." aad aaany other foselolp or odd sayusgs of er remarkable men. ut wred jears ago, an a fseah w the Micopifiapof too psau if thaw Jtad but just bawo aoosvut. Clttwexal Grants "I profOM to mw tBMpsdlstrly u your works." aad "1 naMposo lo ffU it out 00 Om hWtf Ri hskos aM mtmm," boo asaa Tfv epntsssata of iaBgaoptalatT, wot so SBmu kit fajoous "corpaw to ksnttto" tiyrf as tflJtf to lp Acgsjr oJ iscasaea. ' 1 '"I 1 -m . y0 Sftpap Hajsoff fiwpMaAaw t'erJ&us. A tlto-csMM ia. ,'' On le BMfkpp .j ip disgfiaa. "iwesaws!" "Yps'ib, fo "U,ya' 4 ram Ms Smm lent 4a- "So Cssaw u Hgi gtaNMtr "Wa, ' it ho saw haa aagg hsmtlM lwA Of W tKnHaf6Ua" "Kia tpJJs " i us 1 Li licat I oJ.U'i uU BrdJUdio .' Lu lUs lu Kajou VVU-e Cuuial.,, 614 fu.rn.cut.ii LUCK IN ORCHIDS. ema frawght t a jtnfm tnu ftwnat RW, from T'Wtnrrrrn'n VfftUa. tht chance of firding potttMliin i petthre In a bundle of tire otdJUaty kiol lends pvenllar exrltemetrl to suteof there ptanta. Such lot-k tint wwrtTTc 1 to Mr. Bath ffi Stevens' atatnlM tovrms He paid half a crown fot a vwtjf wptilv fiasirtrnt, bronchi It rnitprj, flowrd It and riceived a prlrc for gore! nrthmlO In the harc of trs. cheerfaHf pivd by Mr Trevor Lawrence for A twm mfqne at that time. I itm remltrrJen of aitothet little sloty. Amnna: a gri rrttmbfit of rxmlpedlnm Insigne fereltPrt at St. Albans and "estanilhed" Mr. Smdf notrd one presently of which tire fl er stalk was yellow InMeatl of brown, as i nrwal. Sharp eyr ure a valuable Item of the orchid grower s stock In trail . for the smalleM ptt ullititv among u 'h "rr-ottlve" oblerts -hmild not tm neg lettwi. ("artfully he put the yellow itttk aMde the only one among thount one mtaht Jriy myrisii, since ryprl pcdlum Instgtm is om of our oldest snd conimt nest orrhlda and It never 'bowed lbl pbcBomtnon before. In due c-mrse the flower opened ami ntore 1 to be nil golden. Mr. !am1er ctit his plant In two, sold half for 73 to a favored customer ami the other balf publicly for 10O guineas. Another Instance cc curs to me while I write. Such legamts of shrewdness worthily rewarded fasci nates a poor journalist who has the nit dacliy to grow orchid. Mr Ilarvay, solicitor, of Liverpool, stroillng through the bouses at 51. Albans on .Inly 21, 1J"W, temarked a plant of liclh anceps, which bad the ring mark on Its psetido bulb much bight r up than is tinu.il There might be otne meaning in that iccmlriciiy, bo thought, paid two guineas for the lit tie tiling and on December SI. !, sold It liack to Mr. Sander for CSOO. It proved to bo a livlln anceps atucslna, tbe grandest form of lirlla anceps yet discovered, very dark, with a magnificent blotch upon the lip, thus named after F. L. Ames, an American amaicur. Such pleating opportunities might arise for you or me any day. -aa. HE KILLED SEVENTY MEN. llrHth r (Inn nT llm XVIM WmI'h Sliint llrppiitiitfi ClilttntTK. From th Ihnrr Xttrt. "(lid Tom Starr," one of the most re markable desperadoes In this country, Is deed, lie was n Cherokee Lull in, six fill four Inches in height, stnlttut aa an arrow and at the lime of his death neatly M years of age. Tbls remsrk able man came West with his father when the Cberokees were removed to tbls patt of the country. A btltar feu.! atnse over the sale of the house of tbe ttd man, eal of the Mississippi, Ire twten two factions known as thu ItMe ai.d Boss patllts. "Old Tom's" f.ithir Ixltiflgtd to the IIIiIl'is He wa sh it down In his own tlnor by a (witty of lite ilieM. Tom ktlbd tlt'rve of tba party ('ti the rpoi. nnd then he lwgnn a war fli the imii.i In uhtch sti-niy tiwplit as islimatid by the Cherohte'Cntiticll. ki-ip slnlu bv blin. About tlfleeti vears ago 11 v Clurokt ii Council tmleren Into a Meaiy with Tutu, since which imiii ptomke he lias ilvul a nilvt 11 n 1 ex iti'olHiy life. Dtnlns thedaysol his ar fire against bis Indian foe lln-ie wero mny ilemli of dcspi'iate ihring plsctil lo hU credit. By him a tax colUetur In Crawford CVtinty. Ark. was overtakeu In the mciinitiins, tnurdrnd, and ntbbetl of $10.t)0 AVslt Grayson, a Cherokee, was robin! of JJ9,(HM. and a subsequent Mill against tlit Government to recover the money dtvt loped Old Tom" as the btatiis nf the gang who did the neat job In a most romantic way, aided by the cunning of Bill Iteed. After the rib btrry Used wont lo Texas, where be met a tisgfcdostli.RiKl Belle and Tom quar reled over the Grayson booty. Belle msrrleil Sam, Tom a iwt son, to spite "Ohl Tom" and bis wile Three yeara ago Sam Starr ami Bill V4t, coudns, killed taeh oilier in a duel over family mattirs, and a little later Belle Siarr was shot while on horseback, near her home In Younger'a Bend, presumably by f 1 lends of ber husband, who be lieved the conspired with West tn kill Sam. "Old Tom" would talk freely of bis deeds In revenge of bis father's death, but be rarely spoke of bit otaer exploits., LATEST I? HOSIERY. A ( hiIuii Ilrm luuii the Wuilil'a Great alucliluc Cm ire, rtz Ulttrlu U 'rood, ffeaaaplif. A new device, which will be of la iciest to dealers of hosiery la tbe ITulted Stales, has bceo recently attested in several Kurnfrean countriee, and aa ap plication for a pateat is on tile ia the American Patent Oltlce. S-iUi device consists of a combination stocking ami garter, made by running a rubber elastic bead through a wen at tbe lop oi lle Uocking. 'lheeadsot the elastic appear out fck'e of the e)t. aad way be arranged to fasti n ilk a Uattm or A f aiu-y tl ip htailar to iboae used on kid gtuves Tbe elastic can be drawn ont and ia sttttd at will, a'though the nswessity of lakipg it out du not appear, as it is sakl that the beat rah Ur will sathrfartofily siaod ttw pvLIbst pioce. Wke the elastic is ioitsaep the eepetwl appearaace of tie sttlioj( is nut changed, as that faatraiac', ualea weUHc, will be of the spme coior a tpst slocking. Lt and Hattr, Julgi. UesaJd. "I kswrw 1 sat poor aad Ilelea is rick, but she loves ate aad ia ready to overlook my poverty." Sao said- "Joan hi a good nsu pad I have eauugfc atosney for both. Loe p iifcout itches ia bstur tha loprrUkip wkero there is bo elecii-m." And the world said arterwatd, im wJir- 'Ho foots! Kapwy wiU always buy love, but I wurliretsBii ho kvaa u pek veiml tfapt uvfesp ho gpts ttCCB " Jkht yon aepw mm gfcoatt" "YM-.oaoa." aPrw wpaptsi w pppgap WnttB It ihaA Ilka m ham wiftk ft. BAattaaBkiat t" B"Pir rw p1 m rppppji pp pwrrpaPWsppar wlaaar aal neat kaoor It was a aaaaL" PPPP P"PPP eyrrPPj Papr",PE w P BJrPPPPPWSr - -sr ttbBBBpT lanaBaaV JpossctfAet Xortn-. "Vm'i get w pot. You aay h' laBased eou. saat laast vest Moo. WaaA ppppppppws if "pw tmmtw tj m m Spfpgar dUkasMr'' I hi iiBsrilrii feho hook. It saaa Mc4Wr-a.'' (as Mm 'er . eBairPPFWpr ep Pg PPjpp wavpoar ptssssa ppp BlffMa pBppp isor)j Ih. wi U our tcot bout? arptJNrvftni crutw of pvklpg Legkas Jwo Toe lo if dL-ta r ur I Lc Uat t'altfurU.. 1 , rt W i i ij tLt tiv KaJuU Willi IuijIj i 1 ,. I CLD WORLD NEWS. MFfET SYMPATHY KXftttSBgO MR RTJRMRER BlRCtiALVS Witt t ffntt Haw rut Hn frppfj Ww Tmawts Hi -sow fmmmr-m strmmt aptwttvrt nf flee fltttsar- nf tTBlvsjfiSPtf CtrC. I,ctio, No, t A letmt retyglverl l.ya frbndof the BlrCnall familT, m Brtkshlre, from a government owrdat M Ottawa. Canada, speaks gloomMt of the prospect for a rcpthm of nirchatl, while slating thit the Minister of Jot tire will nttdoobiedly give the case Mm fullest and fairest consideration. Much mouthy h espresed for Mrs. Blrchatl, and the casts is watched with intense Inbrrst In Church of Knulsml ctertca) circles, owing to the respictabl posi tions which members of the Birch all family have occupied, and m cupy In the chutch. At Oxford University there is a strong feeling that Blrchall omht ti lie given the benefit of any jKxslble tUnbt in his favor, ami both the f.icnlty ard the student genernlly hope that for the honor of the unlverltv he will es cape the extreme penaltv of tbe law. The Nationalist leaders at New Tip perary claim that Hie surrender of sev eral evicted tenants to Mr. Smith Bany and Ibelr return lo Tlpperary has been foreseen lor some time, and Its elTects discounted, arid that the movement Oiitscs no alarm for the success of the town of New Tlpperary. Persons in t rested on the other "side, however, (Uclara that the example of the ten-tnts who have paid their rent and resumed their ohl places will speedily Ue Imitated by a number of their companions among tbe evicted tenantry. The dlfllctilty of maklnsT a comfortable living under the new and artificial condition prevailing In the league town Is said to have become so great as to lead to a serious arid growing spirit of discontent which ttio leaders are unable lo appease Mr. Balfour has given orders tU,U the re turning tenants shall be protected, no mailer how large the force of con stabulary or military required for the purpose. '1 lio death is momentarily expicte 1 of IMnco Cnmllle de Uoliati. Due do Bouillon, an Austrian peer of French extinction now t0 years of ae The Prince Is an Intense l.cj(lilmtst, and so dlsBtisled with republican rule In France that he would not suffer tho name of the co nit i rv to lie mentioned In his pteeiiee. It is reported from Vienna that a sec ond pioposltlon has been mule by Mexico for tin; renewal of diplomatic relations, whlcb have been suspended betWteii the two countries Mnce toe Linpcror ami Archduke MixtmllUn, Irothtr oT tbe Austrian Lmporur, ws uicihhI ! thu Mexicans st (J.-n.iir,i In l&H?. Vienna bankers an i exp rter ait- li)' eful that Die proposition m ly he semil to, as the dlploma.lc ttip'ure lias l.td the riff ct of Ktrln O-rmanv nn iiiimtiise advsningu over A'Htii In Mt.xlcan iinml.ity ami commercial iu Intlona. Tho shooting of Dr. Ilrlh'. 'iit-l-tr ir tbe L'nlviialtr College at (x'-rd. Is a mysterious slfalr, and has csuttrd an Immense sensation at tho university. The woman, who attempted tli inMlttr'n life. Is appaiently nlioitt !1 yean old, and Is der-crlbed by tho few who saw her as very pretty. Previous to the sliooting um ban nail a pmaio comer i nee with Dr. Bilgbt. Some lime later the returned, ami, af'er exchanging n few fords with lilm. she auddeiily drew a revolver ami fired twlco aud ll-tl wlthciil walllue to observe the remit of ber action. Shu took a trulii for Lin don. Tbi'iaweie no wIiucsmis i-f tbe scene or Interview, nnd she bad (tins to escape without dllilcully lwfore the alarm was given. As yet Dr. Bright has been unable ortiBPllling to I brow any light upon the matter It is not stated what his chances are for recor.-iy. Ilo bears 11 high reputation among tbe faculty and students, aad nothing Is known of bis private life which would furnish any explanation of the Inci dent. . . - DEPLORABLE BUT TRUE. lliklrail of IlelBC a t'rlaxil, Wouttii la lUliuu'a Wurit liuamy. mm IV ATw J'wt-J'un. Vottun is tho sweeteat creature the Lord has ever made, but It has yet to be proved that she is p'owuh's beat fiktul. It is a harsh thing to say, but It Is a fact, nevertheless, that women do not love one another. Their ayes patblea go out to the feathered tribes, tbe dumb aolmaU, tbe heathen aad pagan, tbe prisoner nf justice, and the male tippler, the festive traatp, the fashionable ivr, the vanquished slug ger, and the hero of tbe stage aad so- ctciy, out no eomppsetoa u wieieu on ij.e y t-uiig iclrl strugliBg for fooilog, the i'frf eadut widow, or tho wietched woman, Hh4i could turceed in shv1o l'frelf, if oelv givta a little t acour.igc h eel aid aartatance. W'uuu with Under btU aad am ple meaui Kill do chuith work, sc mer true. kcu tue esh lu aa vim iie or wl.ut libboti reals uraat, ataad la a "Jacobs wth" it a basar and sell ira n nttU and faacy aoods all day loog for sweet charily. Yet these sauw uouk. If appealetl lu. will lefuie a let Ur. tysrtmnoUl or guanutUw of goad uill uhieh uteaus Uead to tho wipoli eapt. A uWeo preUy. ulaualbie nal polite excuses are given for dec lluiog ike favor, but pecutsury kelp U Bot tf -fertd either, aad Um applicant goes uS la despair and dots toe best abecsa, wbUde is oftea far from good. Ask any girl in Ike will, the cloak facUty, tho muslin factory, Ues dioss wakiag esiablUhmBi or any other Ja dnauy whore a foeewomaa la essploved. aad ape will teii you she deteats feke wosmpb sbe has to work for. I asked a ribbon weaver why this was so. "pVcpusn saw aB; beuauae she la mtuAxa a n" for aoapptplpir she uap pick at, because spa never has a kind Wosd to soy to a girl, bo matter h'w kjaoi ko tffes to putaso he, becpuse spo Oafapss taaps to tko Isoas aod iMatsuae epo Mupekpck; work iron ihogkrissfee tKm WIT PMsSr OBwSPfppPppPa ittawnppHappBiaplap iilsl UM haV-ld 0PWpPpl?i. iMh) jite "tpops, o wa&U ipm4 to aa- eiiMttaBiMi tjpf ftnA WNM hM) rwWW WMMT SBBBBBBBRBpWaWslto IppMMpwUfaM PPfW llglll $MA 1hI0 )0lsjpf Coiai bdojrtu (U loarlM adjudlcatioea were Bagd If luatawi JaBic-. UpU vs. Waad, jmu fyajAiarf va. certajka dofuvstpBAa, KXPtNksdi Ctssgpy vs. Wtpstm. Herv aW- BOIg BBBSOSaifcd uaaaaVp tid BtsSil. sVlO gg m. Wy. BpyotpaS of II.pp 10 I jstjgaeu oiUiuwa- ttyHAmp iMaaimiiai artgj ImuI ta-tiiV fprfSPPPPP"PaV &mWm"mwmwmW FPPWPJ VimPPBrS "" "aST pp . pf- &PaJHo. tu ppBfg OJMt brink fa4Wf w V- ! ' pMbt l t:jMH,H U lidiaf 4l!S6p 1m, tot f. hu irt 'i': a ,'. ' Clarlea W lt.i ii -!a fiamt i!.. ii ib. SliCilJa - (.I.. jdiily, Ij 'l J,S0(.. KUTU7VYN WASHINGTON BENNINO'8 trftMMtcrrm tct M a-v. nt toWMl . A'M?wtril!lnU pfMsstnn, around. arsnt-stal ad pool laxrp, ft. ritotoAmt eroVpBs awt tSB, 1 10- Afrtt lo o c rTAP?,tt ITteBitifer, WHlsWPs lrwsi flat- ffanBSjejrnt BSMfPa. tbjtft IcrsNe fcarseters Will be elehPlP Trsttw trave B. A V. Trerot Ufi, itttk 1 aM l:W. Itwnt rrtjsOSetflrtt. FOR A GOOD SHOE itiasiT Wilson &Caff's!E?i!irES For an Easy Shoe (tO TO WILSON & CARR'3. We carry the Best Uneef Patont Leather Shoes for Ladles aad Qen I letnen at t a pair at Wilson & Carp's I'lKliloitiililo.Slioe 3leu. So. oao r Krimirr y. w Vrashlncton, U. 0. IIALTIJtOKS STOItB, I ntiit nvvusT ii.ti.Ti.nmti; sTiumr. Tim Kiiillnlil'i Slitntntlil Nhnulne. The Kqullable Co operaltvo Building Association held lis eleventh annual meeting Wednesday evening at the ntllce of tbe association, IpiiUble tiulldlnur, Thomas Somcrvlllo In the chair, John Joy lidson secretary. The minimi report submitted shows n largoly I net eft seil amount of business. The re ceipts were $1,071 JW) OB: number of fliares ndvsncod on, 1,'JI H; not ad vnncrd on, 13,771.8, tolnl active shares, ll.Oai.l; assets, 1.155 21; net larnlnes nnd surplus $147,050 08. Dr. A. ,T. Sclmfhcrt. ilrst vlcepresldent; II. II. Twombly, B. P. Fuller and John Y. Sohafcr, whose terms expired, were elected for three years. A T.lqunr llHtn Nut t'mtan, Itlchard Curtlti, Ibe wholesale and retail liquor dealer on Thirteenth street, was tried tu day, charged with having sold liquor to minors About two weeks ago Officer l'lerauu srrrsicd tlnce colored boys for lieltur iiriink ami dlsonlerlv. They said tlmt Ihi'V bad obtained their liquor at Cur tin s plscc. In court the b"V Udd con tradlclnry stories and Jutlse Miller qtiistlnncd them pretty closely. I.Ieii Unant Temple said Curlln kept an orderly place and was a reputable cltl ren, ro ciuirgi-8 tiau over oeen mane against him. Judge Miller dismissed the defendant. Sertoli UtinrCM Ai;lint Urltiilnnti. In tho Criminal Court this morning llundall Johnson, a young negro, was tried before Chief Jmllce llloglnni fir assault with Intent toklll Olllcer Ivunny. Thu assault was made with a club and took place on the S7lh of Septumbor, In the vicinity of Nineteenth and L street. The Jury returned a verdict of guilty. Arthur Dyson, a noisro, was put on trial for assault with Intent to kill another negro named Charles Holmes. The nf frav took place near a merry-go-round in Smith Washington sod resulted In the shooting nf Holmes, Short Waliclit In Ojntera. Complaints of short oyster measure have been tecelved by the officers of the Fourth precinct from patrons of Uk oysltr dealers at the wharves. They say that the dealers at AIexHBdrii give such a better measure that Wellington coMUtcerB have found it proAtnble to buy their oysters at that point. Tbe at tenUou of'the seaW uf welghM aad measures will to callett to the matter, as It is hla duly to look after such affairs. llml a PlEht at IIib l'atr. While the fair was In progress at the Washington Light Infantry Armory last sight, Daniel Hahn and Guatava A. Both became involved in a tight and suite a ritwd was aliiaciul lo the front of the tmllding. Orbcer 3Ioore arreateil both. In the Police Court Unlay Both for ftiied hla collateral and llaha (ukl a fine of $5. m ii ! in II re iv err b) ui1ib.hu The Kj;IUU ayBdicato havusg failed to nwckaae ike brewery of Mr. Chris tian Ilturiek, t is bow pwnotgd to tiprpt a eowpapy eomposed eptWy uf eltt atbs of tsie DUlriet. MkililBCtuu htoak rlxhiu kaiaa-rtauUr Cail-rg o'eipek as. pnnswiii Cwphoppitpe. M a M). rHua watie Cpu Casisagp, IM a 1; Ml a 1; UP) l;aWal;ltain30al;aWa Bc.; bat a trie. kHai'sHanown pmmIs U. 8. KTsa Ugpt Jss, Vs, MS; U. g. WectrteUfkt. 2: tt'a, V50; W. s e. L L tVtes. kPSpv-V, UMts; w A i. Uupvertatae vs. 11; Maaopss Hail Ass's, ft's C Mvp, Met, a. as, l tapp, Ut Hurt., ' ttaak. Market tu.. ra, imk Waaa. JssrkclCo,IwiJ.'s,tl5: Ul'd italMjard Co.. '. C !SW. . Waaa. U Ivfaatn, 1st, eVlkUW; sh. U. lu fB,3i, rs, MKM.W; Waaa. tsas Uejw acr. B, 6', Ml: Hygsofe lee Co.. Ut Xtimtt ',; AitiyrUau iecurUt apd Truat, MB- Xatkatajl Bap. sucVt -Haok U Wsph Ug wo. tSO. Bank uf Bsfrisbue, Vn Matcu poli'sP, p- Ceptral, SkPt ppsojad. ; rarsc sad Jtpak. X. CtttteW. IW. ( ohupbts, 1 JO: t appttJ, Ml; West SpeVtOo; Trader, 12; UpCetP. lul Vn"r -ail pnvifn-ajt g WaaUppituo aad UturicatuMiu, 105; ttvtrguuB, Vk; Cu luctp, 78, CasiaUd apdKartk O PtepaS, 5t; ckuwtup apd isiilfMwn' Hamn. JO. eeosyjssupp sad TsPPaUytopp, 4S; ttrps ponoT. tpwirsute BSot-ka r-lasi lee's. W; grppp Up, i&i Wstr-firpviiap. 7; "sf'-r-ai Vpsbp. StB; ApupeSop, tPV; frjawarsB. efe riaVsai ksa. Mi (asanas tsarrtitaB. Ink; Kpeappt. pw Itg4.8i Yvotim'..-; UaeoKW. Ikte tpaurpute itudta Baal ThW, U7rCuiuB U TUkTes. widOlwrtou THi . Ua apd Uccsrp; UaPtoeMWblMg top (Sea, is; Ueaagtaa Gas. ask U. ticiadcUgia.ao. TebihMba &va- fpsvustlvauU. Ai. i hisjpspli1 apd ljtgptac, pHu etnnfftpaji UiajLpwJkM.tr, U MbeH:HN'ua atuck - WaapppjAoB atar kct t., 17. ttaaabtplep eVssHaorPlBS Cu., S6i Uasat rail lu Co. liV aVd Urn rVsousni'ti , 17J. hsiheisJ ae 8a JupptMi taapTspajaTpT ' tiupaJ TMajratipi- U. pWrgaulBplpr. W. fpwHPis'fe Uuo ym-i. tosTi'1 sWiuiuy apd Tsuaa CV . pbT. Ifymm HM - .newaw te to, . t,o.. - i.r LlicUBl tali'' Uic (.j Wltwl' r.Juu U-t lw4u) OH ruu.rUi-iii.U MEETING JOCKEY CLUB, COURSE. nuiHMTiorfiMi, LAHGUASES. nest ami Most Praetlest pntrnetlon. TXUMS, m. rtrapehes in 3Sew tech ItusUni, nrttpdet pMs, Ckteaen, rads, PertW, hmakm, etc. Dew tf Ac CADKMr or TU HObY 0RO93. isrt Mass. Ave., Affords every facility for aeqatrtne. athor- tmctt ertneatton In llteratnre, nmte ami art. The mstrnmei!t tanght are ptaao, barn, vte lln, imttar. mandolin anil banjo. f,aBeie. eeeerat voeal, drawlnsT ami farter work free. seWJy SntXCKTItA HU8ISKS8 COI.tTMK Oor. Tth amt n (ts. n, w., grattrices Mx neltnots, vis: Pehool of Practteal llaMae ami Aeoonnts. Sehool ot Preparatory Practical Rnallsh. School of ShortlMrxt aBl Typewrlttfic. School of ripetwerlnn t'methrtl I'fttmarwhlp, School of Meshanloal ami Arthlteetaral 1 rawlmr. , Echool of ciTtt service Tralnlna. Day ami Nlht Sessions. Illtutrated Cat a loettestrce. c srKVgBrt jn., Prtnelpnt. MH3. 8AKA A. Sl'KNCEIt, Vlee-frlaelpal, frel.lf 71,1 1S8 DArAHD'S INSTITUTg, Norwalk, Conn. A Home Pehool for Dirts ami Young Ladles. Number of bosrdlnr, pupils limited to twenty. Excellent sarnntsaes In Music, Art ami the LacRnares, Oymnaatnm. Pleasant uroamls. Healthful looatlon. ruptls boarded Utrouuli the suKinter montlis. Hoard, washing and tuition In tho Bocllli branebes, S00 per retiolastlo year, Send for circular. n ,1'RADVII.tE THBOLODtaW, KftOOU Meadrllls, ra. I dttcatss for tbe Christian Ministry. Hoots rent amt tuition tree. An entrance fee of for km, heat and sare ot room. All expenses tBOdsrate. Term beatas SEITKMUKR 30. Addrers REV. A. A. LlVERMORB, O. D., rrtsttlent. Maa.lvlllw. 1 M1 I8 AIKKN'3 SCHOOL FOK GtrtLS. StaMford, Conn. ptabUbd la UVS, rrepares for eoltapp, travel and hone. The method by widen the mental tseultlas are educated will be found iDtbeseeoad edltton ot Ml Alkso's past pblet on "Coaeestratsd Atteatloe," bow ready, for sate at Drsetaao's, S Uatop 8(ar Ksw York. nrroJHTS COLLKQE PXBPARATORY fcCHOOf Xew llrppswlek, X. J. Uoardlac Seboal for Boys aadYouB Men. rrepares for the best eollKs, soteotlflo school or builnsm. B. n. COOK. A. M., Ph. D.. Itaad Matr, s T.JOHX'B COLLgfig, Aaaafieib, Md. ttlst saattep eaannneos JSTII B11TKM DEH. Blsht Impart nwau aad tear eourv. of study. rmiMIaaa bsated by staara. Tstbm raedarate. for eatalotfae address tbe prosl. dt" THOMAS FBU,LL.D.,rh.D. T 1NBKN SEMINARY, Litlta, Pa. Asehoolferyeppcatris aBdyoaae ladlas, at UIHx, I.aaasslar Caaaty, Fa. Sttti year AMts.aocafortaWs ashaol baasa; thorough Btetbodi; earefalorsrstSbtor the ladlvtdoal paidli sdvaaead etmnm ot siady; vary plaat ant loestiea; tteaai heated. SOW per year. -m J5LLS COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, Aurora, Cayuga Lake, N. Y. Three full sqbwss of study. Looalton baautifpl aad taalibtuL A rBPad Cbrtsttaa hoaw. rawbelpttPji readv aaxt a'ostsrabar Sakia baPU HS1TBMBSR W. WW. Saavd tOkt CaaBeappflML K.S.FipltStD,P. pstANpJtR SCitOOL Oa StilBMOK AXBTHX AWfS, X.H. tihipm taw pspsjpojst or rtW.<lappt'W, y SATSe lahWlTOTB. LoatPSfaCi 9a. Thoipw. itoprrutaY it.aB.wm. x.. Mead laaatar. Bsaw hop laeetvsd a nirpikars of taa soad taattars madsr. At seeaaat taste are two vsrpaeass Me. Mraair paasapt toy to Uprvpfd, Yale. tSSnaalrw, Culua W, UUkp. Aaskerat, TrsaMy, Wpat Fcspt, AppppuHs. o., and aa not had a psp dat for adptlsalOB Mjactad. ot. njiuet stsmooL, Epatietop. psar Jsptrisdahs. P. AUp-elusetA. teaaBrtaaaiiypaaJsp sal kMPtsap. apppiaPt suPMMsadepsc. tueajc asadwurk- rraaasi or sjmp4js aswt paa. Koi apt tats soarto Yapp. peal and iMpiietna asMtaicpseof CaUWJM at "tpppSpw. Ktapitif if jnqm itpUwFpm ftaklgBf l tUMtaWHrWi tatB elraia-siiaiki 1,6. flaiS wrPP"PWP"P" o w vet'LH UviACpwy . T. D. . PhULUn, ZAI tUtY Uc.SM.VY AlLun-tjo .. Lao tt-T U S.i Bull b - 111 WpWpbIpV IslrV IppbpppbS ASt r.SIK.IT. RVT NATrOXAL THBATRB I4rt Petform.in. e of tf Child's Comic Opera Co, m A1 Sneler' romantte Orwrv Thd King's Fooh rtstBrtait freritrie, apodal performance of witir. Moa sir!w- opera, The ypsy Baron. FSol SMMorrT. Jfnstcal Condif tor. Jrent Wee-Tr TntPiltable eats no m ate t- f "Xt BT? 2tATtryAt.TiiTR(t-SeTt Week. 1 Th thlrnltaTjlc L-OTTR. HrfM Chanecl of rrogrstrcne. I Only rerfowasica of Mars I den's t Musette. MoHcray Rvpvrtftg TseWtay aert WeAaeMay Triple Pill Spoiling the Broth. A Faint Heart. Nan the Goerd-for- Nothing avenges and IHMay strtree. rat Mat1 The New Mnll Comedy, INA. ajBU Satmday, The Snpwb Cmrrpany: Walter Allen, Will 8. nislnc. TJarry lkrown, r?o. II. Drpderrak, l.'oi el nlaml, Trank ItoItHton, Mabella tlalter, Helen. Payne, AtlWaMB CPtten, Dora Wilson. WIIUaM IloWnon, Mnsloat IHreetor. Pmtn now on sale C-t A LIIAUaifrtrtnANt) OPHItA HOOeE. Rrery Erenlnic Matinee Saturday, The ravorlte Amoriean Actor. Lewis Morrison AS MEPHISTO IH III SnWIme, Scenic and Dramatic l'r.nluo tlonof FKUST. NatK Mr. Morrlfon's Company htlis only otiepIaylnstlilt)ramatloVers'onof "Panst.' The Wowlsrfol nitOCKBV K0F.NK tnthtta FlMlies of Genuine I.KillTNINO. Next wrsk-MR. ltll'IIAttn MAN4rtBLt In "Pean Ilrnmmel." 'trliu'8 Karl" and "Ur, IckyllandMr. Hyde." feats now on sate. 8JT 1.1 AlintS' HMOU THEATRIC J I WtokCommenctnu Monday. Nov. 3. WILLIAM B. ItlNJM and MISS KAI1I.K HKMIKOTO Intlio Cyclonlo lomtdr tonotlon. UKAUfS K NUlVYOHir. Introdni-lnjra eimlno I'ollce 1'atrol W.ipnn, drawti by Fiery bteedr, In a rnadtlsnl nt daliseroMtlie!tairo,at)dtbsimt ItealWtloKtroSoerosnd Hero'4 llescue Kver Attercptel. Next week-IU.UEANIITHUniUY. -1-St " LtlAUOH'd OltANU ortRA-HOUdK. SUNUAY, NOVKMUBIt 0. LINCOLN Ml'SIO HALL MONDAY. XOVBMBKIt 10, FAHBWKLL COXCKRTi. STRAUSS And His Famous VIENNA ORCHESTRA. I'rlcw-Ftiit Hoor. SI 30; Ilntoony. 1: (Jallery, 50c. Ttokst at Mstserott's. lilOFst. ti. w. 1-at A LUAUOH'gNBW LYCK"M THBATItK, lialtlmore. Ml BcaaReraent of Edwin Booth AND Lawrence Barrett. SPECIAL WASniKflTON NIQHT. Monday. Nov. 10-JULIUS O KSAR. Mr liouih a lirutus Mr. Uarrett aCaMlm WwltiOMlar.Nov, 1-MCHRTH. Mr. llool Ii as Macbtb. Mr. Barrett as Micduff Friday. Nov. H-OTHBLLO. Mr. liooth as Iao. Mr. Uarrett as Otballo FaateulU .0J Orchestra Clutlr V) Ilaleory S'.'.oo IasludlBB transportation both wayi. Sat now on aja at Rotwrt F, Miller's Uook More, MS Fifteenth street, fiom 10 a, m to & p. . Special train for Wa.blnftoa NUbtswill laaTe vte FauatTlvaaU R II. from Sixth Mreet Depot at 8.10 p. m. sharp, arrivloff at Union Slullon, IlaHlmore (tlireo mluut&t' walk from l.ypmra Tltr). IUturnlDir, leave earaa station lramedlatalyaftsr the par formauco. JT-lSt 'S NEW WASHINGTON TIIEATltE,ttTn8T, THIS WEEK Ladle' MaVtaae To-worrow. Lester & Williams' London Novelty and Gaiety Comparry, Xext waak ABMrieaa Fuur SpcUlty Co. and Gaoree Dtxoa, tbe Coloted Champion. Mt GLOHKTIIKATRK-tWEKKOF OCTOBSrt it, Matlaaaa Moadar. Wadueaday, Frl day aad Saturday. GRIBVB6' BUKLBJl'K C J. The Chaawlop 4-IIIflll RI( KKR6-1 A GIGANT10 SFBCIALTY lO. HEOL1HN. 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