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Tlifc DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 10,1890.
Tile Datly Critic AlIB CAfTTAU -- ' l a'lli aTTiMi ri i.n i in . tt tut itiHii?&M Oniric WjMF.vSt, OPMt'I: 94 9 XtRSST KCKThVfAsT JUMMWUR CITT. D. C. atelbM eM BttSiaaadSBaBSBetlStBMaB. TJhUW Br fUBGUIUI'l'lOl, Ft MM rjcegaji) imiliHtilh 1 yea I II " t Heath CMMMllNM4lr.lw m emtio, MSStiwU WmUWHI,.0. "AWUiTOiWr. U. C, Jfov. 10. 1980. I mil I III! . ...UMi ln.it , A WOKD AlfOPT Ptlllf KR. Now that the light is over ami the -victory won we tlo not bear My Mtof ( omplalata of the Uck of xeal (Mid ao tioa nm the jawl of the Democratic! Coaejreseicmal Committee. The teml cncy to trad fault 1 always active dur ing a campaign. Usually the fault finders ate those who can find nothing else to tlo. It occurs to s that It Is only proper now to acknowledge the valuable service remlereil his party lr Chairman KtowKM. The fact la that .Mr. Finn kk Is a man of high aMtity. lie is not only a successful financier, hut, as a politician, he has illiplayeil great tact and diplomacy. He deserves well of his patty, and It could easily do muc'i worse than to semi him to the denote, r elect him Governor of his State. Till: NAVY'S CIIIKF CoN'STKl'C TOIL in the 15th of next Dtcember the turn of Chtvt Xaval Constructor Tiibo nonK 1). Wiunmc will expire. Theior vice Iim never had a inorecapaW- Ohlof Coeatrocl&r than Commodore Wtiox Yet hit retention In that poattlon Is to-j-ardul m practically out of the tiucttlon lnuause Sccielary Tkaikv, when first appointed, adopted a rule not to give I iiMhtti I'ltltf m thltd ttrtn. ('nimo dote XX:t i lui mw served two ter n t four jtats i iict. slid winld lie under ills rule It Llli-ti) fn.m holding the I lace ag alii' Should the fecietatr conclude to en t ice the tttUHti rrgard total olHcelt I mete Utah likely that Commodore A immw tuccewor ill be Const r (tutor I'iulif- liiiiuioitx who Is now Com iii dote WiMox'a Immediate asa'staat. Illi ptomotiou to the nhkfshlp, In the neat of thettUfemtBtof the present rlilef untkr the operation of the rule re ft rut! to, would he but natural ami la iic cw d with the precedent of the naval t i vice. Constructor Hit rntottx has been intrusted with a great runny Ira I'ortant missions by former sec. ri-tarief , ami U rated as a first class man Id all ways. lie ha made an enviable ruord by the a It I he has given In the I'uIUIbk of the new Xavy. He under stands thoroughly all the complex duties of a shipbuilder. Soon of hU wot lis, sueh as his report oa foreign docks and dockyards, are recorded as authorities upon the subjects of which I bey treat He Is now In the very prime of life, full of mental and bodily Igor, sad Is highly esteemed by See- rt tat y Tkacjry. Moreover, he W one of the moat eeuiteout genUeateB la any braceh of the public service. If CbtNinedore Wilson be not reap pointed, Constructor Hichhohx should lie matte the ehlef. LKT COXQ11BS8 AOT. GeMrel David I). MoKiwNtK, who died hurt Saturday, was borae upe the rolls of the Army as a major, retired. lie had spent most of his life is the ! tegular Army. CostUsuouely from 153, wbesi he was appointed a seeosul iltmewaat la the Kinlh lafaatry, he had worn the uniform. Ilia service during the civil war ae eohwel of a I'eaesjivaeU volueteer tefiment ami as a btigfuie etesmiBHsler wese gaUiuU and coespU-unua. He ws tksee Umee woiiailsal He was rotised, baeMiee of I-ailHtjr ineeited in the line of duty, oaW.ltftt A pPcaitoe s iu4e by Use fiieauLi of ttw gsUasl aVad soldier for the umm! uiiltery fueetai eseori. Mm he wight 1-e beied wUh the auaure betttusg his raiik aad service. Anewer was asade y tke Otwetsi PommaaiMeg Use Atrasy that ha ewsM iaei nehtimr law aec mmu lilies awSiiasiring hisM to aeder sue, a dasH. Wf e)s not queeUoa the -oetes of the Oessenl Corn m and) e's d.-cisloe, under the laws and article of war, but we in ruseetipa taw hur aast a Hides w hick laceaeltate uch a dedatoo. We hold thvat Use lav ahouUi not oeiy per mit bail tffinlsf military anfg ig be paid ta) aVaMsaiMii eMceee wbimi the se tirtsl Hat w wen aa to tkwee oe the active Mm. I eeVar ttui law as it asw stasalf , iwetjjaMt the teleepsetastoe of the QsMi Cesuanedie he correct, tJesMkwl 8mUM(4W vould be dnelnl a l ofnenmaal aeeteai stvoukl reeaady the gejHsi el that ceaaiats aeessce. Qim, "Tswiii1Uff e the XaKil 4kBsjsssjf, seeeas to aWk iby mm U- H Uaito4 iU U Atirisl ihflttistl iilsUlstit hsirit a ac ' eepwsmmp TT m'"mmjaBwaw P 1 ' ''dip to (Jaaer TIUjty timt0tt " artty. t 8WftW.fc.Aitt of Seat ttM preiwcteg e ateaitlM! State. t.gt)tfinii wA M- cu Chjwi-e la tig ' he Mi f aaijeatkai Fak. eat it ! uaaiilatok) he anU auccead. hhj tlyt4taWUFke4tiJl. "ii ria j-ctcar sac) al wavgUwBs4 iW- CuayeiSBna, ( i i.mk U very Iiabouum tuUivitu! a.te J Uu U lh ooiy Ueoi'jcratic i..u.Lvj vJ On. present Huuee whg (elkd to 1 re elected. ' oh, ", he ''' TwBtr ate a invrntMrr wf IswotsfatiC meintwts of the pwet tt5ft wo flh?d to t re etectnl. In feet, ttey ftftrtl to he remtndftate'l. feiwuiH Taitl, BAttM; of Qeotffa. M1 f IVtas atid olaerl cft console ItH rtt-Htt. Tb sitftsrft witrcn gnttrntft'ls the IWtker Mf Ml he as dlffftiied m th wMelt ettMeps the jttlttnr Senator fmm IVfiMjlviWrl, ht It Is jitot ae itenoe. . js. I7ae llC!t)mimit of town fca pulfed tkMMajli MfffifAfflfrr br !. tmM H JWsjefKj. Ills tofce will ro Into still ejpef ntotifftfet how- - - Sfft. C.ttrt t. Pit i rv thinks the tariff rlftttt. Mr. ftt.tRT fcflots i fact when he it It Mh Ionoft t arrived lt TVrteps he Is loofciM for ton. "vast WHtteVAeta' n'RttTRsi sbn thi.tos fel(t B,t,-m Mil are mietitw with HnlwiB mtetxaa thete. ArTM Ai.t, it was VeYmonl, ast! Mot Maine, whkh gave the ptoriet tip. l.ASrtato was t.rt liy mow ihtw H.0IW vr.tet. PERSONAL. l'tofewor Hryee M t that the present Is an age of discontent, not of depres sion, much los of despair, but of unrest. The l'flecc of Wales opened the first etfcttlc railway in Knjrlaml, tunnlnc from the city of Tjnmton under the Thatnea to South London, last week. At the foot of the lately inaugurated iwiHliment to IVstnlorl ( Yvetdoa Is Inscribed on one side: "I lived like a beautar. to show lieemis how tliev otistTit to live as men." Camllle lpmoulliis, the famous jour nalist of the Trench Itevolnllon, whom Itolitf nlerre ued until Dsnton was eon. dtinned and then acnt to the guillotine, Is to be uoiiiinenuirAtcd by statue In Paris. David 2Ierlvetlier of Imisvltle, Ivy.. Secretary of Stnte In that Comiiinn wealth away beck In Henry Clay's time, and later Governor of New Mexico, celebrated the completion of hie VOth year a few da)s hud. Mrs. Jtidle Cummins of Ims: 11 ranch, who was 111 years old on October 110. once WRltcd on General Washington and his wife at Gtlndstone. near New Brunswick, when they were guests of Major Wat m s. The death of the Hon 1'lilllp Pranch Thomas of Maryland lea v. the (Ion. Ilnrviy Watisrson, father of Henry Wattirson, the sole survivor of the Twenty fifth Congress, whose rlrst km lon began fifty one years ago nt n.onth. The I'rtnceM I.elltln. the late Ant dco's widow. Is living In Home, where the is already said to be proHCtlai( In a Ncpoleonlc way fur a nc anl ymmy! husband. She Is very y.une: here-tir, and waa opposed to mam lug her old tint If, and only did so at the Insist ice rf htr mothtr, who wlthed to plete her favotlle brother. General Wilder, an Indiana mtn, who commanded a lutsrade In the ttiltlo t f Chickanmuga, is about to loo ite a rI rock of ChlekamauKa in memory ol bis old commander. This bowlder is to be set up at the spot where General Ttiomas stood while the aucralve charres of the Confederates were betien hack from Snodgraae Hill. Vpoa the bowlder will be inscrlbetl these words oely: "George II. Thomas, the Hock of Chlckaiuaugti." HOTEL ARRIVALS. Mrtrop4itan. Chsrle O. Kerrall. Karris burg, I'll.; II. H. Maupbie. W. I. Yost ami I), f. IVrce. Witlwviile, Vh.; II. 0. ituart, Hnitvllle, a.; A. H. Flwwliw, Cbarlestoo, XV. Va.; VV. N. ltultlu, UvlTle, V. .uImIJ. HMtiVMTe, Koanoke; J. It. llaliag, CbarltOH, U. Va., T. K. Mtnu jou and J. M. ToUm, New York; S. J. JobuMuu, Levshunr, Va.; tV. It. Jarsutr, Wwt VlrfilnU. . Jamtt Jeeatnan Mills, Columbus, lto; Jautas A. Kate, (!aIiiirlll,Tei.; a. I'. Bettrwartb. Ctsetnuatt; George K. Bab ttlt Bd wife, l'rtiIJiue. H'Hlrtr-r Sbarn awl J. f. Cook, UU rago: KcuJawta K Iflcks ami Jaute Mies; Ittr, New Sink; t1loe kHarr, Mootaua; 1.. F. Dltatf, lit. ItuU. lttjjf.. M. Kouta, DrHver; Fred. II. Wtiws, efteeaM, lit.; J. K. Meere, St. Paul; J elm IlUua, Boat uu. HWfar'-F. B. O. Young and F. W. Shaft. Near urk; F. M. Moykie, Kkk mami, Va. tt'oruiUy'tJoitu F. Wlkx aad wWe, littsberg; K. J). Bwwdtet, Xw York; A. j. nusoMano wue, aaauware, SkurckawJtuVtou Vttw, Ip Vtmk, Md ; Tbutua Cassaest. Buatou; J. CUSenl HMkanhou, M. latsTk. R. OraaiHu. Pmw rvula. Jrb,.jtt.Hrruklimtim aedtfe,sU. teati; X. K. Kocars. Ikutbury, Cuiui.; WllUa- t. -J. Xe aedfuni, xUu., ilr. f. l Caswter, Hoasuai. mutandiAUx. Ibaia and Uvt4 Wtl tux, w Yusk; Mr, a. P. ow, aaeu Balkan, Cat ; Miss Stow, as Fraaflaea, .6u-ll, W. Cbiuea, PaUacWahU; C. M. Ual. Xarioa, 111 , Hob. Eptu Huatua, YirrtaU; Ctuule Wblttbj, Uuauw; The. U. Kwtua. jr , Xcw Yvk lluui JukuMt Lauli !!, Stw York; 11. WUa, ClercUad, ialo Mrs. Joke i. Hetfia, Htas Marion aod Rom Helie, Yar awaS; Ckarlaa rett, Ueotgia. iiviijratft W. Vfekkn. latmntaf, Kag Uuus: B. W. Kogers aad Taoeaaa WUuwa, Horiuifc, X'J A 1 wuj f tba VtwUiat. Jtua (At fames UmtU. Tm alacttua seituaa asaasr that in every case, without tTaaaatoa, waaura Speaker Keasl'e Home of Beyaonu Uvw had turacd e aieaaber of CtMsgtaai out of hie seat, the people have eaafsaa ated the wioag duaa by givusg that Deiaor-ratic party la the dhirkt a dav cfcded aMJoriiy at Use laiaetaattaai Kot eaiy thai, bait aaarly. if sot tugee, ali the Bs-ewUicatt nu-aabere of tksCous MUUlee of Elections who teporled to do this mag ere kft at hoame Castgnaja ta Uowtdl, the laaireaM, t thatr haad. aad Ceagiesemea Ureeaaeige of our Mate Wgh up la the nawwsatoa smc sin wiMf Hotm aUtlf ba$ t4U ttfltM lace sac tatw hwate EklwaVas Umbt aVajMr aaas, nfJlttJIl' WIMIitj guajg Aaaatt stHll Jsalaal a f - " saasai voetiaji pgpagas AkjQsjf aJM W ttsaaWgtV Tm mmagiwbi MiinUS eMHgBflsM' 1 mm to HIM V4kHl teftaWfr-- YaaW SDsnaafi'ft aaUsW hoA luyekagal ga, axfeJaaASf atmrnko JSy - i-- T -i- - ip ii am ma sfjaBBB(BBBaBt aaaaasSBBa, Hal im bBbW aaUB tirillaUtal balsa AaUML aatV mm. Aaul lgA&t gdiim witJL hiagWa. "a saaviam asawff aaeegas '"'' ' "' ' awwp maaw aaaiaBr ggtaUtaJu VslfiJ. lafgOM. fttohtfttW W,IWit HOW tia Ufc Wtj I0Ui9 M $iWMU& IraWaVMal. laagtdjjMii iiu. istHnw LkkfjA haUr gsWojr kjMgl ssapBasf flaa ""eaaaap saaKg sagagja' bbbjm Ba<sWslsBia Ml Waaiy hear bale aea-aaf U aa flUfigfeaj ULfl KsSAaV lisaMsaal aaaca ee wea aosaa 2 laaat evi bare aea k ww aaa4flBiS aws beau SMsaasaa sjsaa sasaaaa aaeTtaara. AuJ i aark umUU Uat uti ui lual &U,t.i. sit. cut- kuu. i I. Au ' i'jif AMUSEMEIVTS. iteeti ami aften t ttatttiwora. Wee Stoc led the children of Istatl out of Rsrypt or Godfrey de JsVmltmrt conducted the crtwade for the tWSiTttf of the Holy Jepnlchre, tnerc hae bett no more memorable hegtra tfcah tfce pflpilrniipo of Washtnetotilans h mitfffmte lst Saturday n1?ht undsr B trtrcfit chapcronMte of Mf. atty Pfsk. the popular assistant manager of Alhaucbs Grand Opera Howe. Mr. Flsfc had promised his tftertma a sperlal train on th Bammnre mI l'otomac, Instead tf Whfcli he had t,m tpectal trains, wltfc stat fot tveiy t ne of his thou Sard pawn err and n fmasenger f r tvett seat. Tie tun ever sraa medc in ntit thw time if would take ro go fwr horse enr from the Navy Yard to ChrottMoieK, and the refirn irlp even quicks As the Washington host filed np Chatrea street to the prptu thea're evrttone wontletedhow HaitlmorecouM pribly be "In It," and. Imlccd.com jatcd to tl e Capttoltrif delegation, the rrptcsentatlvtsaof the Monument CI v wtte aa scarce as HepuMfcats will ! n lh Kilty second Con press. It was on the where a very flattering demonstration In honor of the distinguished tragedians and one which they could not fall to appreciate. The Ifftmlet of lMwIn ttooth has tno long been the standard by which all eon temporary Ifnmhtt must consent to be Measured for timber analysis of Its excellence to be desirable or even p r mlsslble. Ptirtico to sat it slll pissess -s the sombre and romantic charm which has ever made it the rcaltr.it ion ;.rr er tribute of our Weal of the "melancholy Dane." The same finished ami consum mate art; the unutterable sadness of the datk. poetic facj. the grace of pose ami gesture; even, to a great extent, the wonderful melody of utterance and intonation arc still present. If there was perceptible a lack of the rtrrt ami Are of former days, and a trace of fatigue In the declamation of the familiar Hues, It must be remembered that the perform ance closed a week of artistic effort which might well have lured the powers of n much jounger man. Mr. tMrretl s rendition or the 'epttl clital sentiments of the older Hamlet was everything that Is ahotlv and Im prestlve, ami tbe Optuht of .Miss Gale one of tho most syn'ptlhetlc ami t midline seen In many seasons of a rolt which Is very Justly conslitereil the su preme test of the cupscltles of a lead ing lady. The mad scene was very movingly done, and the entire assuuiptlou permeate with a win nine and Irrcststnble charm. Mr. Kogers was an excellent l'oloniu hs usual, Miss I'roetor a very satisfactory fjnttn Oerir'l ami .Mr. Hanley competent, If somewh it "ro bustuoiM and purlwla: pated," hurtt The rloftl curtain descunded it few mtriutes after 11, ami not so vcrv I n past midnight the Washington pilgrims replanted their various slxed fiutUiwn tin Ir native heath at the Slxtli-lruet station. Ai other host of Washlngl'mlan will S to Baltimore tn-nlght, when Julbis Cimi" wilt be presenteil. WeduaetUy atnl Friday are also Wushlocton nights, ai'd the plays will lwreecilrely "Mic Ulh"aml "Othello." Tlie iluoli tiorn S'umxiii. Tie Kmtna .Inch Grand HnglUh Optra Company will give a bilef set'on of opera at the National Theatre, com mencing next Monday evening. There is no singer on the lytic stage to dav who ao well and deservedly commands the admiration and blsh tegarJ of the American nubile, and those devoted to giantl artistic effort, conscientiously prepared and Interpreted with eipotl brilliancy awl truth, will give this fair prima donna a cordial aud enthusiastic welcome back to this city. .She Is up portid by one of the most tiltutud company of linger ever formed for Uie operatic stage. MltaJuch brings with her an orchestra of thirty solo Instru mcntalUu and a chorus of eighty, all belBg under the supervision of Add. Neuendorf, the well known New York leader. Tbe advauce sale of mU will open Wednesday morning at Metzrott & Co.'s music store, and from the mm eroua applications already received by Manager lUpley for seats a rush for (he choice plscea Is sure to ensue. Soinettilui: (ialuetl. From thi tt. t'om lrf. What has beeu aeeomplUhed by the campaign conducted oa thi principle Is the education ot the popJ to ae un derstanding of tbe real character aud tHeet of the llepubllean tariff IuUla Hen, The I)merata have foreel the dbcusaioa at every point, have eowr pnl uteir oppoaeuts uawllltagiy to aauiae the attitude of defease, ad have set tbe peofile thinking for them selves. Were there nothing asete than thU aecoBipliahed. the reault would be well worth tbe effort put forth la thU eautpalea. Trlbuln la the liM-Vtur, Flam Ik Um.kt.tUr f ia and Aittrtita. Fancy Mr. Tout lived hitting dowa oa the floor of the next Houaeef Itepre MalatUea amuag the latgaiacaat aad H.UeiabU: KepMbiieaa mlaorUy that will ba there, with a aouad al solid DrMfeerai in hU phtce of Speaker la Mam ftrvMsat Houae, and hU plathiala of "lb Majortly wtal rula''-flke over-was-lsniag iJeaiocrasic majority aar Miuadlag hisu! "Oh, what a fail waa theav, Jay couatrysjuju!" wilt be the Budiuttkoly trlLuia paid to his proatrata fattfaMoss. Two Ttrwl huImwui. Jaa tk &nraeH CentUr. About two of lava Uklieat fectawu of buaaaasty la Waaklaeb aw Suk jaaaia Uarstaost aad Tkawssaa B. Bsd. Their cwasesaptlbte awl ttaiMrdjy uolt cka have beta isvsUgaaatly reoudialad bytSMt peoitle the aW tisae they had ovftortuoity to pass judgaaaat isposi A I'alntar far '-gcHj. Jteas (as iMlnit ftmi. Ko, SaauOor LaaMa, hnaissly iu volt taea is aot an Miesiaatifeat eaasaju" If you have ml tattoos) a wucit trout th vote hi your Stie, Ommm ata ajtuiijbsti of yuw uarty la MtaHgM who wtil give jtw the taforaiglansi vUkout charge. fluuy M 1gaaJ Jasstas mtltlpkia Wi. Tfeepaa of tea- United Stales aaa it favor of cojauimdal laaprotity ; but wctpau4ty atu-b as ike Blhrtaal aVHakfc dauae to that MslLWg 'f anW hML u wwi Kaa m kteatiaax. Jr'ttm IM jtgMtivj caaritr lt hum mtm aVUI wave H vaa aa ajrlw:a, aaui it wttl bsap roNbag alsMag tmsal it esjkgsta skat la ifilifsi si taw Paasai'a 'tMajajr. ftutuUU UujaUl CvHfitr. Tka BtotjuiflA aAfltttkiatftiftsa aiaaaatad Give tkji XcKuaWy taW acSaaot:." Yaaail alsffl'nisat " a.J FlVal gBtA to fa J. a. rf Hasw "Tr wafww"F V aauapasaipaF pe sassaa1 v a cMf owatKee. " aa sVaiiSasiS lataifcas annas. rrut i he taM I'iit Ijl ' The Oicu wbu wear tbe .bc t,jl and iarry Ibc uu pail civ lit. : J lruai Tuta-ia- Lb, Mi lunJ. THE BEAD URSUA6ES. The i-ata jrnstree im tlfrMieM thej riw r trio Ataeaaaj Man. Rl eaklnjr of the lstc .TnsttteHflrer. a wrlletinth riillsdilnhla frttfsay "like .Tnatlre BraiUv. he wtatfoftilof frathematfes. and he ept up hfemathc matlcsl attrdles during his latter Jwrs. He tancd life as a druetet1t atrd sfent three years In nakfftg up te. cHp'(ors. He then Wvnt tog aWWeal sthral In Kentucky, and Marotliwl mcillctnc, after he ha. Msmj lfs rilphma, for eight rem. Wlm he 1gan to Mirdy law he too up tm ftur'y of Win and acquit "d athorous'j km ledge of the language, 'However, he always rwcrtad the study of dead lanansge. and he sild, not long ago. tbnt he did not think there w any neocitv for a man t aste four years if his life in th $tnlv of dead hnenages Said he 'I thluk that tliedead languages are unnecessary anil impractieable for the average man. Tl ey may do for rich people's swaa wbo will have an Independent Income, si d who are tralntnp themselves fot a purely ltlerarr life. As. to boys whi hfve to make their way In the world, I'hlnk theyare titeles, ami that the scientific similes are f more Im lottant." WAS GLAB TO SEE MM. llMHIHl Ifnnlrc'o Itliuter Didn't Atnrm (ton r llln llmr Itretnlla. General Ilnnlee, tbe famous tactletaa and Confe leratecnmmaader, was a strict disciplinarian. One tiny, says the Hot ton Trttrrlltr, while commanding In the bouthneet, he rode out on picket Itne, and, much to hU surprise, found a en try. a taw recruit, sitting on a r.tll Itcte munching a piece of bacon. The General appeared not to see him until he got abreast of htm and then drew his horse up. expecting to And the sentry at a present. He was nothing of the klml; but sat munching away m unconcernedly as though he was In his native mountains. "Do 3 on know who 1 am" deman ded General Hardee, In his severest tunes. "Sirnoser, I 'low I don't " "I am General Hardee and" Without stopping to hear the remain tier of his sentence the raw recruit slowly ell mlied down from tho fence ar.d, shambling Into the road, extended Ills hand, as ho said- "Hot air yer, Glneral I'm mighty glad to see yer lookin' so peart." ARK PEACOCK'S FEATHERS UNLUCKY. A Siiiieritltlnn Ttmt llrcnn In tho Iny nr AiIhiii unit 12e, "Here Is an answer to therjueston why peacocks' ft athers Rte unlueky, and I ttuit that It will satisfy the lady on whifc behalf 1 made the inquiry," says a writer In London TrutA. ' S hether this ixi the inn xplanatiou I canmd my, but I should think that It will i'o aa well as any other: "A lady for whom I lately searched 'Notts and tjueilca' In ipuVt of Infor mation on the reason lor the alleged uiilm Kli.osof peacockV feathers, has fi tii idiil me Hctitilng from the cur rtnt Mm ber of ymir jnurnal. "I found lu "'Notes and (Juerles.' series III., vol. vlll . r .Vs a reference to l'alfirave'a 'Central aud Evstern Arabia,' I.. tiA Wo leanCfrom that source that, according to Mahometan tradition, the peacock opened tbe wicket of l'aratllse to Satan, and ro c.lvt tl a ury ample share of the punish ment awardtd to him." hURTING A RAILROAD'S FEELISGi Wli) M Urlrnlt Mini llvaltatcd About UalktDB tho I'll). "I should like to go out tolinslng on your road," said a man at the tloket offlce of the Third Street Dspat tbe other day, acceidlng to tbe Dstrolt iVa. "Very well." "What U tbe fare?" "Two forty." "That Is too much. I mitat aeone mlse. I am always wIlKaa; ta be Just and liberal, but there Is a limit to my tiaanoes. I will give you Pi." "Can't do it." "I will put tbe cash right dawn In your band." "No ue." "Then I aan't go. I have to aeono miA." "I'll tell yew haw you eaa get out for $!.B0," said tbe agent. Howr" "Walk." "Iiy George, old man, shake! I'll do it. I'm a thousand tlwea obliged. I thought of it Aral, but I didn't wast to Hurt the railroad's rwiilaes, and ao keot Mill, Put 'er tbar, aad i(Lcauevw help you save a dollar I'll m a telle to do it." '4 be Ojiter l'uradox. Aa tk JtneUim Lift. 1'he oyaier la a uotila Bah, Jiui eauaot suita a wfla; Ife ha as aaa, ha has aa tail, He has aa teeth to Use. But asttl he swtutt with par (art eaas; Aad jet, ti Mt aw t say. lie B4sar ftlaas about the saa But i tea cuuumm. Ititi Slmeti uf Aluuupuljr, Maa aw X4 Par a. ' Wal' I never." aaid Mr. SprbjgirK. w ho was leaaUug the aawaaaipar. "What's the asatter aowr" asked bar bus baud. "ThU pAuer aaye aa Kugttek, ayaoi eate ic agota' to mouopoiiae that aurtary buaiawai la this eousttry. Hy'w by they'll couui la. I s'mhu, as' do all our cookta aa4 awauplr tor us." What ttw;tuai u tjkloc Var, xas aw (' oftMar jJ krmUnt. Uaahaway I waat to get a pair of trouaafi. Taiits" Yai sjr. attiajaiiiiMi aaf &uu day ar every day; Ikahtway-I wud a Suaday pair tth aa evavy-iay psicu Tlui dutvt MateataMaw r Our Ae. BhAb. Mr. HasweM, taat is aw tWgytf tMsl MtaMVW fWVl bilf Ut-Wht is thaw girl who hat pltny of it aatnail; Umt U kmtMHWm Vr- WaU, rum tk h sakau i Jmtmt, Xo. i. m Aif to hrat Jtmrnm" mW ie very met Jo awsaafeal raMyUg aga in Hew Yet e 4ey. lTaaaaaysus,isiaaaiiiiaiiigjiii assusDiaw iharl'i Wfy BBBaaai flsirilairh rMaBBaaaitSJI iJ AiaaaaaaaW as-w wr saaBa sajwsgamsaa; saPBaxaassjaBf apsaar ssapafBBBBBB akasg Jfjat Mm isa uaaafhuasUe Vttm. tks HtfkKf CJr" J ) tVuMsasr. aJNia liaa. JIi wTa baulJ smu ataTha) MUaasaj JS)aw M, inm 04 mMM ihwHtk. SaMa t aaws usaM put i coaHataj gitu ta the aihk u-kta after aH 7.4A Me Lu4.l Ma I l vrir Not 4 a lie bait jt ua sn.u mijAlU Wiiiiut tbe g ' SCENE AT THE ALTAI. t rofw. a'asrae rrsttssts Agatsnl ftnt tfirmi,s flrfllMtrmw. (irttM ttxrins, Mt it , Nov. 10. At Trnity Church in ths dty yeirter- l day ilurl iff the ceremony of the ordlnt- tfnp to the prtrsihri. rt of Rev. H. It, ,Torntor a siran?c crr.c occulted. At trMio!iit In the .crv1ee where the ltl- '.nip challengfs the people to drrlsre whstccr m'Wal Impaltment then be In he wav of the otiltaatlon of tin! candi date. Hcv. 9 It. Woodford, the former rector of Trinity Parish, topped lato the chancel and said: "In the name of Gwd, I come forward to protest against Has continuance of the ceremony on the armsdof the hahitnsl untruthfulness frthecnirelMatc." flM op Gillespie then demin le 1 that tbe protestor ImmedUielr mtko hi spirit'cathiM and prmht'c his wit-n- esoaj the pnl. wo nlfof.l declared hln cif unable to do this, stvlng thit he hid only that mornlfts: learned cer t I'nij tbat the ordination was to have mi utred eterday, but the Bishop, In a cltci) and peremptory mtnner, in--1 1 the Irial occur then, and R -v. Mr. Woodfonl asked for onlv a few honrs delay, but It was denied him. lie stated that this action had not been without the IMshop's knowledge, hut had been done with his tacit approval, but this the llishop denounced as false. When pressed by tbe Hlshon lo name the witnesses wood ford declared that he had talked with no witnesses about It, and therefore could not tell what they would tesllfv to, but he named a few who could f thev would testify to certain things. The witnesses were all absent and the lllshon c died on them to come forward and said that unless thry did so on the Instant tho ceremony would go on. So the cere mony went on and Johnston was or dained. ARRESTED FOR MURDER. The Sertoli Ohnrcn ttrnuglit ARilnat Well-Known (lenreln Men Macojt, Ga , Nov. 10. Colonel lluther A. Hall, a well known attorney; ShctllT Lancaster of Dodge County, lames Moore, John If. Lancaster and I.em lllrch, all substantial cltlrens of the some cotintv. were-arrested and placed In the Illhti County jail Saturday night. John C. Forsyth, aeent of Nor man W. Dodge of New York, was ns tssslnated on October 7. Ho was, under the direction of the United Stalest' uirt, enforcing Dodge's claim to timber lands, which are deputed by the n.i lives. All of the above were arrested for totaling sections of the United Slates ltevlswl Statutes, under which It Is charged they are guilty by person or by procurement of the murder of For syth. Hill lias been prominent as tho attorney for the squatters. WITH HIS HEAD CRUSilSD. A Vortllli' I'liMrHi'ier round llexd In it SiiihII Itrimk OlUMiK. N. J.. Nov. Hi The body of John MclCeon, a worthless character of this city, was found yeatctday morn ing partly submerged In a small brook near the Nortbtleld lined, aliout six miles from the city The mrtn'a head was crushed in, atid there were other slsnsof foul play. The body lay length wise In the stream, with tbe dead man's coat wrapped about bis head. MoKoon was latt seen alive lu company with a strange man on Saturday evening. The scene ot the present tragedy is near tho spot where the body of Poo-be TaiilUn was found with her throit cut Mjtno years ago, and Is lonely and used lnfitiiucntly. .Stanley Will Not .liunar, Ni-.w Yohk, Nov. 10 Iltmry M. Stanky says he will say no more about Major Barttolnt .1 the rear guard until after his rlrst lecture on Tueaday night. He will not answer tbe crlildsun of Mr. J. Hose Troup or Hny other of the olrlcers of the guard, Interviews with whom were printed In the news paper yesterday. A Jlurdere" Arretted, ItoMB, Ga..Nov. 10. Mlt Ora Mc- Kee, the allagod murderess, was arrested in Dolaml, Fin., and is safely landed In the jail of Home, arriving lattcrcnlnir. A few weeks ago she poisoned ner next din r neighbor and intimate friend, Mrs Wimple, with rat poison. It was ad minls'ered In eggnog, and Mrs. Wimple died. l'loccedloea In Kiiully, In the Kquliy Court to day the fol lowlrg adjudications were made by Justice James: Douglass vs. Cingrla, trustee directed to sell notes; Dudley vs. Ihttemari, appearance of absent de fendauts ordered. II row n vs. Wygaat, leave to assignee to file croat bill Granted; IMggs vs. Howard, lielle M. toward appoTuted guardian ad uim; Suipoa va. Heitmuller. diamlaial of Mil decteed, Sweet vs. ItutHa, aad ItuttlM vs. Ituttin, teatliaony before ex antlatroideted takes. 3ll llariUun (IoIuk IIoiub. Mia. Haniaou will during the weak u ake a ttlp to her old itoaui at ladUu atiiJU. tiefore leaviag Mm. HurHaeu will aee that i:verytblag k la rraiHaaw for the reeeptioH of the admiral aud ktr i Ulcers of tbe IlraaiUaa Ifeat. wbo tear a message expruive of tau HraUias govtriuueat's appaaeiatiou of the actkwi of the L'uUatl Statue ia having so promptly recoguUad the new republic. - laternalioual Itallway Uuuiwlua. The I'teaideat of Veatoo has p poiahtd Sesuw Iloa Laaadro Ywnuwh to Tasueaaat Use govarauteaU of Uaujeo la tbu- IateraaBoaal Hallway Coat Hiisaioa. Seaor FeraaaskalsaauuLatgd civil eagtaaer of that couairy. h . . , Trg swsws ss asaw Nine Out of Ten FwaiMM 4MM weets )mf cMaai is a NhUtf ta Mwnyftx lofsWa HtWA f$ 9MsWfiarastiMlf Cwv aaj eat aMratlua to tt. n nr saawlag to aaatUa taaatisU toa mMM aJaat list h aaf aftgtffuakdaMlalBt aftaaaaaaUaaal. w aw fwr w appnak aaMBiBBaBBBrt aaehaaasuaahl'Ss aa roaniaHrftoa. are vary aase ta Settoer kf she UoaMala aut arreataj. e aasa oriasratns ta taaUi.utii uUmxi saut Muuixaa a vaaastMstauu saauaiT ttaa Must's aarajMW loaCeet a ttutrmiaji cum- tatsasj Kati j av twaa a wearer bnm Oasairti (wr a aoj.a iaar nara. 1 tried aaartjr f Umr I heard of and w saauir dig areas paW taaas, Ua Hula or ao haamit, aattl I base taaaaVisVaT Bfal u ss B -"-1a1ltlla1 iaaklg I jaaa aanajf eaaaaFpaa! Fr w apavni stsaaaap ajaae ssjpsV Baasgadth Band vttnik t eaa asaasmaMa tthatttHitoaii.bMt uMUtaaaS aha is a aood WCtUtJiii: '-atoa. a. X. awawau. ,u Hood Sstrsaparillt Suld hf ail dui..,' Si. J (ur S3 fru ldusdjtr. I UuuUXK-0 ,UrtTvll,lM. Mtaascs Una JseMa RWK"S lOPlfOt YIEWS. j in efrrraty ef Aertrnttnre tnmM . tha Patmets umniitiofi nwti. TheSecrctary of Agriculture haspre- ! enred his annual r r"ft to the Tresl- ' dent. Jte exprestcs a hopcf'il view of ! agrlcltnral affairs He shows a marked ' Inrreaaa in mU, nr anrlniltnrsl otrni et fot 1S90 over thoc of is)t, and bma tj Imptovement l duo to the legislation of ihc lst selon of Con twr. The Increased etpoit trade In entile and animal nrmlpnts he traces to ihe energetic and efTectlve measure mfoplerl for the eradication of frtenro IWMMimnla.and to the growlo armre ewrrn at homo ami abroad of the De fnmment'a ability to snnpwas or effect nally control contagions animal dis- The outli ok for a home susr In lus try is cotildered favorable. The pro dnctloo of raw silk as an Indtgf'n.mt Indtrttrr l referred to In not very rt conraotng terms, though Itn Importance hemphaslred by reference to the Im fiorta of rsw silk," which have largely ncrcsred during the year. As to tbe general condition of agri cultural matters, the Secretary snys: "A careful review of the events of tlte past year aad a general survey of the agricultural Herd to-day betokens marked Improvement In the condition of our agriculturists, ami proml welt for their future well being." tn the Orphans' Court, In the Orphans' Court to-day the following proceedings look place: Ins tate of llees Hvans vs. administrator; rule returned served. Hstate John l Kecfe, will tiled with petition of Martlm Ann Kecfe, widow; order admitting It to probate and granting letters tost.v montary lo petitioner-, bond $900. Es tate ot Conrad Kauffman; petition of George S. KnulTman, administrator, for leavo (o sell I). C. I.lo bonds and order of sale. Ifetata of Louisa Waller; will and codicil filed with nflld.tvit of Wil liam 11. Waller. Will nr Mrs. Waller filed, The will of tho lato Loutsn Waller of this city was filed In IhH ofllce of the Heelstcr of the Wills today. All her property, real and personal, Is be queathed to her daughter, Jul In K. Wallor. The Hcv. William 11. Waller Is nppolnted executor. I'tncd rur t.'rtrrjlnc n I'lstol, John Cnrter was ncctnetl In the l'oltco Court this afternoon with carrying con ctnkd weapons. IIo was fined $30. 140 LOTS TEN "DAYS. UM'HKCKDENTfil) 8ALK0F I.0T8 AT T TorrcerlT Knnwlcs. on tholloenf the Metro politan Uraucli of tbe 11. X o. II. H. Iba Mot ileautirul Mscuof IleklenttiAlxmt the City of Wantilnatou. 1 ha lol at E enltiRton Park are lJuit sold rut-lillr. Many nr our timt oltla- n hm o wieti two or itciru. why Orailwl and wacjdaiu tied itreetf, rated KUttern tioanl Kldawitk. irtes Hi.d traa-boxea on every lot aad rtna retlilrD' tram evidences of permanency tin I taLlllty. Amoiie recent purchasers ara II. If. Warnur. wholiai Ukn elghtean l.muwl It now trwtlUB a glO.COu liouio. wbloti Hill lie a Dee addition to ttio many beautiful roil deuces there: Mr DiiUoK tlie well known SUMit BttcronT, has purchd flflaan Iota; Balneerll.il Looker, two Iot;K. II. Clirk, tnoUit:ltr TruMilell, leveu luta; II. 1' 0)1 lert. 0 I Wolffe. I). K Mltibs.l. W. K. 1U roan and many othnrs. Mr MoL'obi ii, the welt smitt ii and iiopulardrunaUt of tU oltr, wltlrliortlr liulld a drnrttoie at the 1'ark. The eoBtm t baa tieeo irlvaBfnrtbeareetloa ol a beautiful depot at tha Park l'artle builaie at Kansiuttcii hare ioItKe awnrance tnat whatever motoj and enarty wilt Hco)mHlli when vomblnen tlull be ob irlUitfd to the success of UeoInston ami brlai.' It lo tbe f rout rank of all nuburbaa 4iiw. Totlie rent pajlnic popl and Ihosa ha viae a f aw diillala to apara each raoeth we wmU aay jest a word: Don't tat aaotber week mm OTer soar iMadiwIU out seelust Kealnuw. Eeleet a lte for a noma or lay tbe liMindatton for a cafe and sod tnvadraent wttbout de lay Call to (e us at onee. Oat tlaketa and oout to KMiiflnKton. IU atall wti'i from ..HQuplosefo. Hze of lots freaiSee fret to H,IOwiuarefeet. Hay on tbe grouad tior. l'olite taletrseu will aeeoaiaay farliwi to Kenriartan. ttrTraHportatlon frae. Easterday & Haldeman 0EN"EKAl. MANAOBH8, 008 K STKKKT. ie-i The Attention M IuLtt)is U invitetl to the upr uw- luciits ol" Sliareo- iu Cemi:tt;rj iVaaociitliuui ad an iuveatnient. rlwio ulieoluUi safetjr aud lart etr art) an oi)eet, Por ttil MU-LkuUra- call or atUifea, GUAa U. ItOVOJJ, No. i Umulmi, New Ytyfk A TONIC. Horsford's Acid Phosphate. HMsawiir. ttaaaataaaa aad laetaaeiilas taa a4gaal hjsaafal skI 1ubVL gaaUUaBaatUasft kttBlalsT ojiJ SBaaalUAisT JkMil autana taA n TlsalPsnr 4KtM aapejaaaai aaaf Br K, K. CJaaka, aaaava. . Y., is: tt aaa yaoaaat usees value tar las wta aad lasaasfjeae aiaaai.'' T"ai(fsieai tmF'$i'ti Skr.J. X. atastmaa. Waat aritthaaafa, Yt. jatesJfjLugpfj IMMslajUgalA fasftflL Hwiahiiarw. K-l- HWsUs9 Ot eUenaBaatettaVM Masl aaat4tis)kaa! UMffattsf-aw aaaa taa wiecw "aVwalof ktssaaa4ta taa ataai. 411 eaaatsace IpiCatq if Lwffc,s mi m FIhh gvaauaaa aai.w. ATSOmUKATlV, WS ataMatsaMMaMk, UlbggAajg? LahaV SaTsaeaasT etaaaww .titt OIHaaWNHty ff fJtuBH, ATfumun -a? la. wtssiSwt,mmt a rWMU4WL ia-j n. j. o. cayaHT. muxiw. tAcwt a stosnuiAY. AuoriMy ai Law. it--: U u auUduii, f st 1G P FOR A GOOD SHOE IS1T Wilson & Can's For an Easy Shoe OOTD WILSON & CARR'S. We carry the Mat Lme of rstent liMtrMf flWOW rOT IsvWPM Mkd OVA- ttenwnatfaaianvat Wilson & Carp's l'nlilonnlilo Sttne Men. No. eo r NTitmfr y. v Washteehsn, n. a lUI.TIMORS STtJBB, i nnti n tviisT itAiriJiuiii: NTitniTr. EDCOATIOMAr. LANGUAGES. THEBERLITZSCHOOLof LANGUAGES r 11th Strtet Sor thwett. Destand Most fraettat! tnstntetton. TB1UMS, J10. Itrenohes In Now Tork, lletn, Plilladel phki.chleaEO, Tails, Ilerltn, lAiixlonkOte. Uetett ACADEMY OF TttK HOt.Y CItOSS. lt Mass. Ave., Affonls every facility for aeqalrlna n thor ounh cduoAtlon In lllerstare, mtulo and art. The Int trumonts taught aro piano, harp, vio lin, cullnr, mandolin and banjo, I.ingtiag&i, cecerat vocal, drawing ami fancy work free solI,ty It r 1SS lUYAHD'S INSTITUTE, Norwalk, Conn. A Homo School for Girls ami Young Ladles, Number of boerdlni; pupils limited to twenty. Excellent advantsire In Music, Art and tho Languages, aymnaslum. t'loasant groamls. Healthful location, rut lis boarded through tbe summer months. Hoard, washing ami tuition In the Knelltti branehe, 1500 per seholastloyear. Saml for otreutar. V,JKAIlVlLLKTHK0L0aiCAL SCHOOL, Msadvllle, l'a. rducatM for the Christian Ministry. Itoooi rent and tuition free. Aa entranee fee of fas forgaK, beat ami eareot room. Alleiponist moderate. Term twain BKPTKltriKIt X. AddreM I1EV. A. A. LIVSRMOItR, 0. P., l'rssldeat. Meadvllle, I'h. M1 IWi AIKEN'S SCHOOL FOIt ftlllLS. Stamford, Conn. KatablUbed In ISM. Treparas for eollaite, travel and home. Tbe method by wtiteti the mental laeultlea are eduoated will be found In the seeond edition of Mle Aiken's pa pblat on "Coneeatrated Attention," now ready, for sale at Drentano', S Union Square New York. "pUTGEIl'S COLLEGE l'ltBPAIUTOItY SCHOOL, New Ikuwwtsk. N. J. Hoard lag Sehoot for Boys aadYeaag Man, rrepares for the beat eulleaes, sataatMe seboets or boslaess. K.U.C00K, A. M.,rb.n.. Ileait llaster. QT.JOnN'ti C0LL8GB, ABaapetis, JId. 161st sajlen aerarsanees laTII SEPTEU- BEIt. Eta lit Pepartmaiiu aad tear aeernes of study, HulIdlDes heated by staara. Terau moderate. rW eatalogue address the pre!- ' THOMAS FELL, LL.D., Vti. D. T INDHN 8BMINARY, Utltz. I'a. A school (or yoaag airU aad young ladles, at Utltz, Laaaaater Ceaaty, Pa. Wth year A sale, eenfurtaWe sabeel bease; therotmh method; eatateleveralabtef the ladivtdaal 11141; aavaseed eeareea ot study; very pleat ant loeatloo; steam heated. S0 per year. w 7 BLL8 COLLBOE FOX W0MKX. Aurora, Oayaa Lake, N. Y. lares rail aoaiaas of study. Laaattna beaatifal ami hoaltafut. A rsMaail OhrtsOaa he aaa. aw hatWag toady aait Piilnmhnr. Sasilaa baaiM KBWKMBBR W, taM. Sead air sbvljgUfMa) K. 8, FfltaWBitDB. Laaaaater, Fa. Taa Har. W)tTG0HWtY X. HtfsMUt. U. AM lsaad atastar. Hear W saaayval aa Tasssliaas ot the haad aaatar'a fajasty. At areaaat thase ttt two ynsnaaais Mr. ateoaar aasaaat toy ta Hatvasd.Yaia, Pssnsiiilnri. Ckdaabka, UUah, Amaatat. Trtatty. Waat Masat, Aaaaiadts, Jtu., aad has aei had a aaa- OT.UIKBSOtlOOL. anattsaea. aaar Hdadaltn, Fa. A eiafeeaase ajahaat. SaaaaataaaUy aaaMa Jai aMHattaa- Saalsasaat sassestadsajis- Isahu eodwoefc. Freiwre or aay college or haat aeas. Bof a sei-t this year to Yale. Hatvasd aiKl Friii'-Btou. bi-i.'i la! care u( yomiger boy. Ktusber limited. CHARLES II STROLT. Frtiiuiiul Qxau4, Upnht and Sgowa IbaasltJgsVl 'a-t'' ai mf euieawetrtag-tarj Im bftfjaUAgl Sapsssas sa"i"a aysaaasaBaaBpssi a ajhBtiep w eat -w aJsrmTic argLjii.' ybsjsjhsad ta ysiaau ol JSaSSkm fSmvmt m. Fuisog mmk mm aeeueaVMt at M Fates. WM.KN4JBB& 30s, 87 Maxliat Space. AStrsiKstrtrsTM. A LBAtnll'aoHASB orRA0r8B. rot Firs Rhrtrtt aad siardsy StatineeOnir. MB. RICliRD MANSFIELD m ntw toRR vro.-R cowrs -ie Beau Brummell. SAftntftAT rtient, etAi fiotrM,! muu LaftsriBt. JcfciN wi Mr. Hde Malta dtatjtaUja. wted n r. PBtiSCn KAItU Xext weetk-the Rreat frira, MOSRT M . Ji-tf , -1EtrjATTfiyALTKST1l-TnU Wp a, 1 ineTetmnabt LOTTK. three chaage of Pnsmtmme This (Mointay) Kvenlag. Only Pr-fotrnaece of WsrMen't i ai I .-. WUS8TTB, TMMttyaed triple hii Spelling the Broth. A faint Heart. Nan the Good-for- Nothing. Tf eii aestlay nveOTigs and faieraay Mntrnce. Tlnmslar, I The New Mn!ct Comedy, irrna mv INA. SstBtdav, Nov. It-BMVtA .tUCH OKASI) ENflLtfltt OI'KIIA COMPANY PM f MKW NATIONAL TltSATIlE. One Week, Commencing MONDAY, NOVEMDER 17. EMMA JUCH Grand English Opera Co, Mr-PSOPLB-IM aO-tlllEAT AIlTISTS-iiO TUE Jt'CII tHIANt) 1,'ltOntTjt. THE Jft.ll (IHANO OKCIIESTHA. The Mrrngth ot tho llt of principal IngeM niulnrtl-tln arrnngeaients will bo ernfrom ttio lotlowlng announeemenU: SOt'rtASDS Kmmit .Inch. Ocorgtne Von lanutcbowskv, Cnrtotta Mnoondd, Mnrle t'reebert CceU-v Ilecht. CONTHALIOS-LIlo Maentehx , Jennie O. Flower Dcrnteotlolinos TKNOIW -tlmrles Hedmondt. Pavne Clarke, William Stephen. George Gould, John K Helton. "AlmoNns-otto ltalhji. Henry Vogel. AlIcrlnoDannlo. tlSoS-Franr. Vctta, E. N. Knight. . II. Dudley. iii:i'i.iiToutr. Monday, Nov. lT.TIIK IIUGUKN0T3. J CCII as Valentin'. Tuesday, Nov. IS, HIGOLIirrO. Wednesday, Nov. 19. L0IIK.N0H1N. JUCIlaiKl-a TbtiriKlar.Nov., WlLLtAM TKLL. Frhlay.Nov. tl.TIIB FLYING nurcaMAN. Jl'Cltasenta. Saturday Matinee, Nor. W. FAL'ST. Saturday, Nor. at, TUB II illKVtIAN OIKL. Jt'CII ttArllne. P1I1CBS ft, $1 5i. II and W Cents H4LKOF SBAT cpens Weilnesdsy. Nov. It, at W a. ra., at Mets-nut Co'Miil Store, 1110 F lit. The eeivhrated Meiuvnv 1'tenod ued by the Jueh Cuaipiiiy 10-tC HAIIHIS' III.IOU TH BATHE. Week Commenoing Monday, N.n 10. tdvook ami Collier's Great Military Drams, The Blueandthe Gray A bTOIlY OF LOVK AND WAIL A Pticcetft Equal lo Shenandoah Preaentcd With a Powerful Company and Ktab.i- rale iieeida KmbellUhment for Kaeh Act. Neit Week-Tllg NBI.'KIVS 10 Ct A LUAUOU'd CIltANII UPaKA-IIOCSB. SUNDAY. NOVEMBBH P. LINCOLN MUSIC HALL MONDAY. NOVEMBER 10. FAI1BWBLL CONCKItW. STRAUSS Aud III PatBoui VIENNA ORCHESTRA. Prloes-Hist floor, Jl SO; Balcony. 11; Gallery, SOo. TlekeU at Metserott'a. IltOFst. n.w. !-t ALDAUOH'SNUW LYCKtIM THEATRB, HattlBwre, Md BEgagemeat of Edwin Booth AND Lawrence Barrett S5PECIAL WASHINGTON NIGHTS. Moaday.Nov 10-JUUUdC.U-SAH. Mr. Booth a Ilrutos Mr. liar r at t as Cauluj WedBeadar.Nev. It-MAOIIBTII. Mr.IloothasUaebeth. II r Barrett as MtodonT Friday. Nov. H-OTUELLO. Mr. Booth as lago. Mr. Barrett as Othello Fanteull Stun tlrebea tra Chair -" Ualeory,, ..,.,.,..,, n.00 laeladlag transportation both way. Seat bow ob aiila at lloaert P. Wilier' Book btoie, aSD Fitleeath street, ftom 10 a m to 5 p. m- Speolal traloa for Waihloatoa NUbtawitl leaievla FeuBnylvaBU K K (root With atreet Depot at -W . jo. itiirp, arming at I'ulim SUIIod, lliltiBJMre itbree tniuate' walk from Lyeeuu Theatre). Kelandag, leave saaie etattua Immediately after tbe per ferraanie. ." I'.t s NBW WAilllNOrON THBATKB.llTHST, THIS WgEK-Ladle' Ma iiiae To Ujrrow, AMERICAN FOUR COMBINATION, Aad the Colored Athletii' Celebrity, Georere Dixon, Champtoa Baatam WtagU of tbe Wotul. KaxtWi ur r au taiataaa aak-BulBy A Woud's New C'Us-ie VsaaasUla Oa. U.L r UHUC TNBATHB WBKK OP (MJTOBBK VA n. natlaae ItaMay-.weaeestuy, Fn 4aT aaa eau: ucday. 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