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Tin BAttr onmc. AM CktVfkU yurnig jy&iUfPnt P&- lnhdt Wtstitngto . on ffffPiUstfr M6RfMvlf WAiBtSWWW CftTt. B. C. tarn 9ttu bowmios. By mm Bumw ww. t rr tntontb W CrfMWi .IM niiCuiTid, WAttlUWrtBr, D. C. So. 11, tW. TH FiyV2t0tVt. sm-ATIO!t. Hy stogular ctrtirrideiice the an nKUBCetMRt of the flnii and lt Hft ilcmt to ba jwM th crwiltowof Jr Cooks A Co., whote failure In 1?3 pre clpltated tbe memorable financial panic nt tliat year, U ntade at a time when another flnaaclal crisis Is threatened, l'ottwnately no steal Arm hasyot failed, dragging down with It hundreds of smaller Arms ami Individuals to mone tary ruin, as was the rase In 1173. Yel thai we are danfrrrottly near a money crMs I avfrytinpleastnt tart. TheMtspatclies from Xnw York. London and Boston, published In Tub CBiTir yesterday, told the story graphic illy ami was the first Intimation of the gravity of the situation the Wash ington "public had. Some' tmnths ago the situation was grave and a pantr was only averted by the nrnmnt action of the Treasury In relieving the money stringency. Tlio t ante of the threatened panic nt that time and of Ihetmible now are very different. Tben the causes lay with m; r.ow Ihty are In ltnrope. The 'rouble at present msim to !a th tiraln of gold from the three great Lanka of England, France and Oer many. This amounts to about f70,. (Mio.fKJrJ. distributed as f.dluvrs: II ink it England, 10.000.00. IS ins ..f France. fS.'.uflfl.OOo. Hink of (! Tininy, .ftt.ooO.lXNi. Most nf thla money lit j.i ne to suitain enterprises ami govern it mis In South America, A frliu and Snaln. Kven now an attempt la m k,lig m Induce the lUnk of Frtncetoasdsl cirtaln Kngllsh firm to deliver sJ,. ,",.,0,000 In Madrid tul week. If thU 1 e done It is thought It will avert a further lucre of the rata of discount by the Hank of England and esse up the situation. The lla&k of England It' advanced itt rate of discount for the double pur pose of dboouraglng the mirch.ie of foreign securities ami deterring promot ers of foreign enterprises from Imito wine mosey to send out of the country, and to draw gold to Itself from other conn tile where Interest Is lower than In London, A Interest l higher In New A ork then In London there has been no dialR of gold from this country to r.urope or that account. The d Wurtiaaee of the money mrket lu IoIoh awt Kurupe affects Xxv York aad this rouetry in a some whit Intliteet but Mtvertbeteaa iiuite nffeetlre way. For el 4 n holders of America a Mocks ami other securities throw thera on tiMt market faster than dealers on this side can aborb them. UeoM the ilUtuibdDce here. Soelosely united are the Biosey markets of the world in th e days that severe stringency felt in any of th8t is almost iwmwlttteiy i oujulcatd to all the others. A lsie in Lomitw or I'trU or Berlin would be very apt to precipitate a paaie lu 2few York, the severity of which naM be HMMsured by the health I hw of our great business eitterprisee, our latlfOHUs, beaks awl other eorporaikws. Jxr tkivi.ii thiaks the stock market here wotul be all right but for this trouUsi ia Loadoa. lie says that "My ob who kaa Dm eourage to buy how aad the oaHeen to wli will make u oay." II his owe ptocieeuM mo all light, aad he taiaks rilroi iad hke iwiipttHies geaerally are all rignt. TW TrmatHy is watching tae c jr 1 1 HiMMMfket closely, ready to do all ii i u to even a paaic- It bout ell ti ttwr offered li yswly, ai sii1 rtredy to use its available cai i Htt to tW BswetMse of four-si-1 bsif per eeL homis. la Seesy,s (Jrcraa bay at par wish Ulawatt to mm n.rity gesembw 1, ll-added stttl koUJIeg sjoesL AM ttsiap aaswhseeeit. it feaftsUiuty tMatthaM ym s mr wkattt alf Wh oarbretaiesi beyoad the seas. pm I, 'ii'Sji i ii tnp Bam VMS Hottest Satur&g 0. brietfty, It was ttw huiiwwrt ueotett of MiiiisniiUfcitli agaisMt tike betrayal of htr taAwiiH by ar KagsjfcMraa Btif-fci-BtaHww to Conm who voted lor tb MemuK bill" That's right. Tleajwf ue Wh m of the McKislxy lair war Jk electioa's over. 6KKfi. BaisJivjix Wxnuit Bet- dibi cat tavs rstMaaat H lfltr vmM oady wstta t mi 'Hannla I Haaa Mat " aod tail wa hm Haiv kafHafs aA lUjtkoi "fiPHP mm swampy mW ipsswsjii ww lUem, vfcs w mmM it wmM be. dot iNf th lakMeatJ l 0bib of fc lafcsd slslas, talaki tbe wsuit wf the MKet asacMcwi SUtstHitti ea4 to Pwswl etaaoat f siHav Wuxiaju Mk Kutwtr or Twwi wi tMdlai." West, raj. - - tt mt bWk. Lkokloam 4 ' o m fgf 'i tr -eaaiP sisbjspw "'st' im inn a W ' i F"n 1 tinra at tha 8aeosMi TesuMtieae diaaakst lW (p 'IWP WP " WPP isjaiaBiaj rlw watekCM. 1 says It i 'pria (.ipaliy sltritHtlaMe to the sutttcr or of uct si dbmatctin thdt j!i, fuUksai.bai)e of JoUohiteatioa it yn a lNt to ilic ittir Mr Uui..is .uy SJi iha: 'U M.Kuii4W &W an efeWttjftt (4 ittirttt lfirl of etk itc. A llitl mote Meiitt At IM IM hd ih wonktn't hnw 1w k drmfy RpnWi lft l tt m& Heme. Hwilly. 3tf. ttot eM il wt a fxrteftt on hh riewa, Ft.rrtti at.istFAt'rrnRW Fti.t.ntnt r.f MfmiMrolh y tf MrKi.t m m ipnettc gse nwl." And fJtopfc steflt to hate ffotte mf , tow, 1? tlw tray la whicfc they kicked It at rTBurKJt asp Dm.os (tddremed ! atrdleiw at tt Mrtropolltira djpefK tlotww, X York. Iait ttlgW. tl total tmiptg - (M?.. A VmM t TR tweet aonmllm; runw of YottMe. lttjrtmRt fel 1 R m- sfe w8ptier litai "AmericAB s?And- mtMr te HIwft to their pri. hBtty." It" atfrt thai Mi grandfather rMi lo th cotwtr mxt dfetl. V. K. i willing to eompmwlaa on forty mill fc. Tn In mw or M.m.iiwwfnit got lBtn ike ways of the Knglli ariatoeney patty. Sh i In debt fWe.fWO ittl can'l pay. Tim tit-rlciw or Trvih In London wen yeitrtlay wtmed to the gmtimt. Trnfh ctttttwtl to earth, elc. PERSONAL. fenator llerry of Atkansas l one of the poorest tneti In Conercs. lie lives In a very economical way, and relies on Ids Mdniy to pay his bills. Mlts Orace Klne. the twniilar Lou Islana novelist. Is young lady ot 27, with brown h.lr and t-yes, a stately figure ami attractive but rather striking features. Prime JIIfilsUT Crlspl of Italy Is a tall ami distinguished looking ,min, with snowy white hair snd moustache. He has the reputation of being thebest batal man In the kingdom. The Maliarajalt Dbulrep Singh, who has nccntly bt'ginil to Up tecelvcdbirk In favor wtth tlie IJutin, lia petitioneil her to testote him hl grand cross of the stnr of Imlln, which ho returned once In nneer. Oracu Orecnwoo! Is ipdte out of lualth thla autumn. lit r trotibIi Is nv cillid to rliL'tiiimtism. lift face Is misted nt thesoctsl gatherings, which Iter keen mother wit snd sbrewd sctnu gave llavor and phjuancy. Mrs. Nicholson of New Orhno. who owns and wilts the I'teiiwune. and who Isthenuly woman In the country lo inch a position, Is so quiet, low voiced and tetltingin manner, that one would never unpt'Ct her of holding the place l.i till-. ,1i tin IllMwri Walkvr, the f'.n,nw' tan'a pinprietor. Is wvrHt tlmt'S a mil Hi r.Nln , mid made all l,l m mey mltdng ai,d laiichlnir In Colorado Ills wlfu is a daughter of the artlt l).tt:d II. S'li'ther. lmttcr known ns I'.irte Crayon. 'I hi y 1 aVe sevuu sons snd no diUtflitvit iilni live In a Mg plaiv nt rnnie, ?,. J. trcnatnr Morrill of Vermont ieemb1es to a Hilklne degree Chat lea Suiuncr, the great lHschnetts Senatur. A but of the Vermont Senator lu his parlor Is frequently mistaken by strapgets for a llk'i)fa of Humner. natcr Monlll was M) voars of ae last April. He has bteu lu Cougtess for thirty MVen years. Few of the New York newpjermeu are tn creditable to tbvuiselveas Henry Maiqustxi, editor of the Cvmmtiviitl Ailttrtutr, Ills lift; has been one long ttiuygle with extreme Nttluunce. yet. In tplte of It, he has managed lo remain a hard-working American gentlemau, clean, culuitwl. unalTeeted ami tltemost motlett man alive. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Mttr'iiollltiLhi .M. Sm. Haiti R. L'ar4Ma. -N'ew more; Majer mcim sua Voik: YV. K. Tbomas. lhteiia VtU, Vs.; II. C. lluwell. PblUdlpM. XatUnmlH. YV. Van tyt.el Ilopewelt, X. J.; Stuart V. Walkar. West VtrgtoU; I.ewU J. UppoiaH, Newark. tU. JmatiVf. Wade, Mrs. ArawtriMtf, ClirU. Armstrong, tlaytoa Junes and E. . Tiiiuiiklui, lftlMmore: Kev. Bea)4uiH Hall, PleaMMtville, X. V.; V. M. Mctoa ougb, Pittsburg. Willartl' C. J. CikWjtHU-, New Vork; Ir. K. K. KftkUdMH.Osfteeo, N. V.; J4iae IluiugardMiir, SeUuuUw, Vs.; lUvId ('. Tbowpsoii, thtadne, Seotliiud. Hi.jv.-S. T. Wllu, Puiia4MiM; Mr- aud ills. Walter Kurr, Kat Urauge, N. J.: Afr4 A (Joldsebaiiilt, New Yurk. W,Uktri -Stiwday M. Vi, Oalvestoa. Texas; Mr. aad ilr. it. K. UIU aad Oaugbttir, Brook!) a, N. V. H'wrw'c. Geotge Lauw, New Yrtrk; W. W. Swan, Hostou; J. II. ileMek. New otk. SiturikttMM. W. t'eaaer, l4k Cobea, New Vwi; Louis ikowa sad wife, rM barg; Mr. aad Mrs. T. A. Frank, hu Fra ekeoi. JrHjiA.uii. Mr aani tyaaka MMsten JaauM B. TraHoa. Maai.'burtU; Ali 8tirtiay aad wtfa, Xmm Xmi.; Jaae iislSMiaMa, BrauilTB. iVwwn- Mm Martaaiitr. Husloo; Mi. Mkvhi, Xt-w Vork; Cbirtas K. Hyde, Balk, Mm. - :wh- u i. w0i, Sew Yurk; U, W. Biyru, -VurtW Cawaai V- oU aad W. V. uMt, L tkse; Jubu A. WilaOM, Fraak bo, h. HvttlJvkMMu'Ww MogagU. iUoUl- u UaaartK Wm- Twksr. BaTttaam: Mrs. K. C. PatkhamS. Jtork3arUe, yt.; B. S. UohM, CMaajaev CMAKts-J. M. Eaton aad wife. J. U. (WmJ Mary , Hlllshoru, Va.: H. J. tfestiwer. Hmr York. Ttor WW Y lliiiliiiiiii Hinlr. JHm du UMM ft Vw. The okJc ot tha KapubUwuss ia States to tits loJoa wm it ha)e as was shiawa ts wM aaaktMwod, bat ttae bulnjak daat wUeh Ukty mult agatas ttte tKte oi pubiie opUba iew pitiful IciLasd. ia Uw light of results. Tttetm pulse of tha nestftaaeat ahowa at the puUe oa Tuesday will he fit at sueceetHag elae tioaa. aad towUi not ba suxerisla to tea tha ay whea all th aaw Smm wi to in Ma h ha ajWtei oasjnaaan el iha pawsy wich wreaMal thsfte HsB WiUtM &blita& tiiit hiX&k JLaUHb Aad datfsit uuua taeisanare TkAtwUcd ujjua the mUUti i Ia nLmts 4aae; 3m( About tha fttt.nH1 Um ftutA TtotbwasdiutaaulweV Aad wi its fa4 MMgua ol lk JlttppCggBRls 9fp "WB ''Waapi aPi aprVHF TkM Ike AarsM aa tdeWlt tgijb) Wot tt fcjawgal b&Ult&i&d Btlii. irWG- aa swBawpa ipwr i ij1 ji 'p1 ywnsar" We he git to Ws voi, a a (te tkc kuuks Aat fcan r nwaaa lailti find tin muoiildiirltiu: mtw. afjt, Aa the ' makUal tono WMMJi TW: ''nMUlKt. fiuiaJJiJ) gtai.9 Ai4 -maiUj Uuc.-' o.u4 Mly prujs," AU lit,;t; ikllii mure J tic . j uJ tu tt rot c t uiu ;Li--j I La! tjiwJ tlia b 1 '-tiJ'.rit, b ,t UlUbt LoUIii Uu L-jJl, . i ,jf 1 THE DAILY AMUSEMENTS. ,.! ttwismM" at ATWwtH'a. tlWworkof Mr. RhAafd MatWiteM r Itlt btic and phBnM!rl cawr tupem Jhe stag hs been o wlirdly ssM ffw atm" In many fespwH nbaf ihe pB ot ordinary ifreattkal attractlois tfcst 1 e has t ci n able to cteat anl ot ti tat himself dtrtmatw ' frr Ml following, as ejrceptiiwiisl as his talents. A Mansfield amliefrce rs like t other ainllcnce wtth which we haw re ramllfar. Last night tho trst, the Ciblntt, the CRIef .Ins ti ami rllphrmstlc and ofBclal ocrety heti Mannbtcd in his honor. But It aa IM Irving, the Kendal, the .Inlla alwrtflw atsdlenrc of cnltlratci taste, of fMhlms and distinction, with an addtl elrtWrflt of a graver cast attracted by the historic or psychologic In Utest, quite distlnctlvi-ly his oW8, with whh-h this very dlversely glfttd yowng actor, from the flri', has (nvntt his creations. The cimnini- I tlon of mutcal ami mimetic powi-rs of a high onter wttn tne mates arm inosc ccmplishments of the scholar, the .irtl, the atchieoloalst and the anlcitt student of psychical phenomena could not but rtswtt In a wide and wholly ceeptlin.l range of dramatic production. N,5 actor of our time, nor, Indeed, of any other, has ever run such a gamut ot strange ami unwonted notes as thi won detful ascending scale of bis iVfci I'rtff, Moni&nr, iknu llrrtmmttt, lltmn Chtrtal, niiU-T'W ami IMirt III. The hwt, tbmign "rnr'nrt to th.s gen enl" (to ssv nothlnat of thoe other Itnlwitant "fsctors in Washing ttm society, the "Judge" and the "JIajot ), was a marvelous Illustration of the power of that higher intelligence we call genlu. to InveM the verv driest bones of tire older drama of tradition with the flesh and blood of llvlnur nnd breathing realism and reason. If the public hail so long lwcn accustomed to ilifliiirtl the nmrioneto that It could not at once accustom Itself to Wchtrtl the mun, It was asurcdly no fault of Mr. iilclmrd MansHeld Hut In llrininittl, though tho clever playrlght and still cleverer actor htvo so far violated history ni to make of the fop and parasite a hero and u nnn, they nt least hnvo not llown In the face of an Immemorial If wholly Irrational stage tradition, and the result Is success instead of failure. Surh a trwsformi tlon or the central figure was Indeed essential to secure even the r.rther slight 1'1'ls of Incident and heroic Inter est which the play piMsesses ami, though a solecism and perversion, the llrtimmtlt of Mr. .Mansfield and of Mr. Clyde Filch, the brilliant young author, has the friendship and sym palhy of the audience In u measure his historic prototype could never have attained or deserved. It Is hatdlv likely the real l!t wns half so witty as the very clever ulalogBc of the pl-iy portrays Mm. Hut that, ivin more limn tliu i-tbir, l a poetic liberty f-ir whle.li wo mav will be grateful. !w, mi ilniibt, Inwtver. he d tewed awl w.ithid ami iMirid, tiwk snuff and dri.vluhl and (.'uwdlid, snd Mr. Mantflrld. by tlio iraivilou fldfltty oT trie p-ittrai!, tms but etabliahed unttier italm upon uir edmlrailnn fur thu n;lir utly imllmitid vcrsatllln of ids g,ltfu. As uml. be bs rempany a i Ncellent as bis Meils of artistic eompleleness would neeeswrlly IiiiihiI him to provide. MttH Heatrice CNtneron gave a wholly winning ami womanly tumptlon of the rvU of Mariinui Vinetnt, ncd tlmse ever wel come veterans, Messrs Harklns, Fergu son and Crompton, were everything wo could have expected of thorn a the J'r-HMof llif. the faithful valet, ami the clty'maenate. Tbo epoch and the men ami women who lived In It, with their dress, their manners ami their af fectations, weru all reproducer wuu the fidelity of detiil which onlv a domi nant tnielllgence like thst of Mr. Illch anl Mansfield can avail to secure. ...Muittti" nt thn NarlnQwI. Time lias deall very gently and very lovingly, as well It might, wlih so bright and wfnsome a little personality as Lotta, and Iter itttvttt of last night was her Mttfttr of how many years ago, wltb some few new kinks and kleks, but so far as a fairly good opera-glass could discern, uot a single new wrinkle. Slnee the sunny bead of the sunshiny Utile actress lirsi literally "Waed" the way to fame ami fortune in the Hue of her peculiar specialties, she has bad In numerable Imitators, lwt never, in genuine Sriiilt and Inspiration, an equal. Men and women have come and goaa awl been forgotteu la her companies, but always and ever Ivntta lis been the life ami soul of the play. Her present support e-Rtitut4 a vey competent and satisfactory little opera troupe, frtm the favorite teaor. Will ltislBg. to our old favorites, Walter Alien, Oeorge lireueriek aad Ma belli Hiker, whose familiar voices aad faces m-ike ue almost believe ourselves, with outiag cjothea asMl palm-leaf faas, oaee store lUtealag touaimer opera at Albaugh's. To sight "Musette" will give wv to a triple bill, 'Spolliag tae Broth." -A Faint Heart," aad 'Na. the Good for Jfotbiag." with Lotta aad iter company at their btst. llwttk uu IlarreU, The second week of tha tooth. Uatrett eagageasaat at tha Xew Lyceum. Baitiaaote, opead hut alabt wader MMt briiriaat auspices. The Baitiatore ad IVtuaaae saeeial train eat tied over ahoot aM Wasalatsuaiaas uadr tha waichf ui esissfMr Harry Fisk. aad tha list ul thoae who weat ooataiaed iuay uf the uvom dititoguuMsed aasaas gaowa to our readeia. Hot a seat ia tha huuss was vat, and the two or tbsea k died BaltlaMireaas who was caanawHwl to ktad auMt h4v has ay hut ktally reettags tuwan'. tha visitors. Th play wna Ualusper's hiatorfrl tragedy. 'Julius Osar." wtth M.r. Houth a Brutu and Mr. Bsrtett OatiJ. la tha uortraval of tha char acter of Brutu Mr Booth gave ti it tkat (.featte dtgasty which chrcwrlxs ail of bis perfoneaacea aad IcaOs aa iHtflfn' eurw to thai toUm ia which he aftfiaajra. Mr. Beat's l'm4 was aa kmm aitc o wk. Be wjiapec4aUy i fa hi diuut of ifort- Atuy d his aacaetty U tha uawtluaa eoasaai to Brian' p.llcy. Ia tas qoarrel scjas fey fiCtasK roasifionifrltf aaliastl'Hi 1kw& at Uincr time be WW erhAp loo cll aad mmoi is U (osjsm. t'jw Mm Anting ot Mr. 4 Laae fax Irwtu saJWactary. aV Le to cttjjsiile ciot, but M W4 tuo tteJodrawutfe. aid uMUy of tb.e I beat ujnti.&n wre wanwi by me auc twmg Miss uMt statu part m Purti M m mo$ bsr. a4 thn m rndbminf of (h suj.js.irt was oiy fahr- Tu wcu-j iat U ajcato Wl lor Wwbluilaa. The (day I41 l "Mavaetk." M-Jaaii ajas) .ffsn1 as ffta f aii uUUf y Him awl tk ti--y." tTtkh m vtwMl mxm Horn W J Eat "vo Mv io tbo uml ad ptitailm at tlu- ! ci; . rid tb baMJsABld. !aieriu. .1 .. j I i-Qlli udMik JieUt-t. i H-irrta' L i . . I lUc Grjv' Is d -, r, -f 'Ue.tr.. j . Lbeivtl ..it. aua Ibr uiU Itj. l. I Uutii u! lis il '..-. tu. L -Ua. jf CRITIC, TUKPUA the North ftOTitb. and tho chlvaltv of t' The rharacter of JtorX .?inre. th brave fnion sotdret. is presn-Wtd' wlt'i ronsfdershlc potfrr and ilramnflc frtTi-" bv Mr. K Ii. Prto-ler. ThwWTll1isi. throtttth who ma, blnfttlonifhe hero is constantly stirrrnimlcd hy tftHNftt anl lhisfortnitf," Is welt delineated hyfJeorge Morion as Captain Wihon, tlM tTllU Cbfef. Mls I.lle li'.lah made a tety jjfettv atd Intertsting Jbith Ptgt.m. Ifcs Sotith' rf girl who lotwi tire gallant .Awtfef, but was still tru to hsjt cottauya cans. The comodv elemefit w re!l sjs talnerf by Mlft G BatlrW, tfcjf vrn ministref, whn received tll-Merited applause as Vnrle .loth, an old ngro servant. Miss Lottie William, t elver and vlvactottS little actress lro to fc the pntt of a bright rolorert tint. Was warmly applauded and o vri tnrnrt by her charming soncs and danee. The Dtnni of .1 t Csrrntl also ramo In for a liberal shire of ap p1rte The rcmalmlet ot thn comptnt Is e cellent, tms !ijvfrt (ltig;i of Fll Knott ami ttrt Mrg &ntet ot Mis Morton Itelug especially wnll taken. The plar is mmintorf In an exception allv hanusomo manner. The erest baitle scene at tlt dlnra of th fourth act. when the two armies contend for supremacy, Is strikingly arranged, ami the stage settings In the old plantation scene on Ibe Mississippi are faultless In detail. Krman Washington Tliwilre. A psckeil house greeted the Amerl can Four Specialty Company at Ker nan's Theatte last nUht. The per formance was excellent, and opened with Professor Itnrke's exhibition of his troupe of tralneil dog, who dls plsj id marvelous canine Intcllirence. Flora Chester, In an Intricate ami fault less skirt dance, was oclferously ap plauded. Ward an Lynch kept the au dience In n continued roar by their unique Irish comedy sketches, and the American Jour. I'eilinelii, u.tio. Wilsh and Do Forret. well sustained their reputation as fun-mnUcrs In an uptoarinus farce, llageascn, the serp cnllnc contortionist, excited the won der of the audience by tying himself Into various Intricate knots and untying hlmelf with equal grace anil facility. Mlsl!essle (illbert, the famous cor mt plavcr. executed several dltlloult cttnpnfliotn on Hint Instrument tn a faultless msnticr. The Htcfano llroth crs. In their muilcil novelties, created it sct.smimi. while l.ottlu (llloou scored n ileldtd bit wlih her topical songi, W. T. ilryantnnd Llxie Hlcbmnnd wore a gleat" saecesa In their new farcical sbolcli and George Murphy, the clever Dutch comedian. Is as versatile and funny as ever. The performance con cludtd with n llvulv sparring exhibition bttneen (leorge Dixon, tile colored bantam weight champion, and .luck Williams, tho well known boxer. Dixon Is picpand to meet any one of hit cltss, and to night will spar with fw Di'in rsck. Ilin .lui'li lltinrn Hutiviu. Tl 0 leappearanco of the F.mmt JuoH (iraml Knellsh Opera Cunpiny at the National Tbeare In n season of grind Kfg'l'ti opra v,III lie biiled with dc llelit by all lovers of bftfhch uiiislc. The cuinpanv was beard In Washington Is.t enioii; It,. pcrfotmancfS were then ixcellent, but goinl rexults of mtny rcpt'tlllniH will be seen In nearly all the woiksio bo produced. MImJucU her self nil) be seen In four of her greatest Impcrwjnallont as itetiiint lu "Tho Huguenots," :it In "Lohengrin," fntn In "The Flying Dutchman" ami ,1,1nj In "Tlia rtnliumtin flirt " as ArUae n "Jlie JMiiemun uin. .Allss JucU scarcely needs words of praise; everything she does Is worthy of the blghest artistic appreciation, and no singer on the lyric stage achieves greater or more destrved success. The advance sale of teats will open to-morrow morning at MetBernll & Co.'s music store, and the emphatic succesj scored by this prima donna and associate art ists on their last Writ here Insures crowded houses during her forthcom ing season. A Sure Way. Correspondence ISdlter Here's a fellow wants to know how he can ac quire a flow of language. What shall I jay to him? Suake Editor Ask blm If lw ever trlid stepping on a tack with his bare feet. Tha Volcu oT 1Mb I'enplo, Ft tk Ihtreit Fm Vrut. The overturning of the IUpubllein majority lu the House of ltepresenta tlves and Its replacement by a good worklntr Dettiocratlc majority is the voice of the people protesting In thua der tours againa tbe abuse ot power which has been tho most noticeable feature of legislation for two years past. It is a protest, not oely against thst gigantic wrong, the MeKlnley tariff, enacted fur the beaelit of tbe few, to whom it has given license tu rob tbe many, but agauui tbe prelease that a free teople caanot be permitted afely to cast their b illou wltbout tbe kupervMon of ib miHtaiy ana of tbe Guwreauut. It is ao lei a proteat asaiest tbatviaaay wbtuk has cotue to 1 fully ana accurately deM-rtbad "iKiartVtmw." r VubIuC thn IuHuUl. tiomti rktiatUlpUa Tim. It U aot to ba eiisgusMil that tbe Mo KiaWyaat. wWi tbe sitddaa revolt it Li, provoked, b placed our rnanu focsuiei ia a aaost ewbarrassiag posrtiua. Before they could gala aay vl the atlvaatages they expectitd from it, wbetaar leaaosutbly or uot, they sow know thai KwMst abolished, aad taay res waka ao calculatloos for tae future. Tbelr oely preseai aopa is la laaaaadiaM tunadr. Lat osr leading laiuiufact uss taesttsalves unite t reverse the policy of tae east aad secure a revtskka of i be- tr0r la lae iatereat of labor, nil tbeaboltstoa of aM usmecsaary astsi oBiteeaiva taxes. This is wat is ctatiag aad tae aouantr it cesjaes Use smoatr vast our iaduMrles go oa upoa a stttkd bask. IHa a U"Jv fw to . MIm Mabel Jeanrts cspilveiail a very lwt audkace ia Coacert Uali yeatiat dy nfttruooB MU imm U 4Um ibU. lavlBtf Ut esKalce puuad i cfvtly, adsttvesy auoxastuUy deal otiUkie4 kv tbto wowuta by oaaarv l a comet eafftagi) cosuei aiiilntaia a pUuep. full eeck. wWUf tbe aw Ha by tbrowtag br weight w br ,uSliBti tkj bABM d csb butm lagvisMaW 4 IMlM U) U i-t-'. ! U ttujfaio Gmfim. sraMua Mwai"ir irrar Msd mniia f oat 4P llssBJPfSBSaaF SSaFSr "" mytw ( la Sear York dujiig taewowa balcoa aa4 v c-iivsoiM wwpaiye. fkf aM '( alivd i fettbtrio BscttaaV tiM C'v.:siul dMrieU. ft r.e turus kao tkt on Tao4y tk pao- 9Mp VpS? WT mmtm ?)' "sgpPlPPHP 41 Ui4. tM tct I4 tut the I! w ' '.-i UaAtr Htpubikaa oriu. .bat ..re inj, inrui. dirc'l"0 f r uii.lnu itiu' to Ui 'Li ir JiBcmirustLl " "irti a Uibe '-,! it ibty adt'ttj ',- k ' y lu --.i mi i'd and suj l 'tkij EVENING, NOVEMBER 11, 1890. MWhlAHMiaMMM IR THE CHIiM GOWT. ,inii frtatftam ln.fmss at tf- .re Ataiit tn few. in the Criminal C nrt to risv, .?sma cH'.r'en, cbatged with fconbrelrWrt ws nrdererl to be dtehs.rged by Clrtef .1uttrf Hfngham on account of good conduct, etc. Wo Stanton ws nrdererl by the Court to restore the watch stolen from MsrcellW West to thst p.rsjn. .tnmrs Wright n then put on trial for stealing a rwcketbmrdr wntaintr larac sum of money and a ring from R. 11. Little. Wright claimed that he found the packet bwh ami etpnrted the money In It for a horse and cut And mwWesmM furniture. The jury rw tnrned a verdict of nullty ami the ptis otre r was. scnteneeil to Albany fot tw tears at hard labor. I.enoV. Curtis, otherwise cslled Na thaniel Syae. a well dressed yonhtt white rtfeS, WW arraigned for stesltwh a bicyrl, valued at $195, from OerttgBS. Atwater on September 13 lat. etal Carrington the prisoner's i mnsel, made a plm for the postponement of the trial, on account of iho tal conditio rf his client, wbom Ire clalrmnl was Insane. The counsel prndttclcd a letter written by a young lady In Norfolk, telling of the strange behavior of the prisoner ami the manner In which he made love lo Iter while visiting that city. Cnror Innatelyllw lady" who wrote the letter Isrrow ltetself an Inmate of the lusamS asylum In Virginia, and the letter was therefore excluded from testimony. The Government piovwl that me bi cycle had been stolen from this city by Sykes ftml carried to llaltimore. where lie attempted to sell It to Arthur Kline, a bicycle dealer. Tim lat ter becima suplcIous ami bad young Sykes arrested. Detertlve Cuter testified to recovering the bicycle and returning It to this city. Dr. Morris Stack of the Government Inane Asylum testlrled that when he uvamtned the nrlsoner at the iall he found no active symptoms of Insanity. A juror being suddenly taken HI. tbo jury was ex cused and the cae postponed until to morrow morning. Lohengrin" In I'lillailetlililii. Fiiu.ADni.rniA. Pa., Nov. 11. The Fnima .Inch Grand Enclislt Opera Com pany scored a' great triumph at the Grand Opera House last nleht by their mngulflcent production of "I. diengrin." It was the most successful pri-Senisllon of a Waenor opera that has bet been plren In Ibis city. Miss Juch as W, tnntft' the most 'pronounced Individual success of tlio evening, slnglnir with ex quisite voice and receiving cnthusliitlc 8ptlautt) and ucjlls from the ati'llence of 11,1300 people. The leading rule were admirably cast and splendidly Inter pretid, Mr. Ilidmont singing hhn lrin, .Mr. Vetter, litng Henri; .Mr ltatliaens, Teramnml; .Mr Ivnlutir, iht JletiiM, and MiidMtuu Janutchonsk)', Oitrml. The thorns and orchestra. Utidu thodlrirlbui of Condiietor Neiien tloilT, nbly siutslniil their prts, and the mint a Htne and coslumea were nrtlstlc and lotiect In every particular. (JiiiIih Thp-ilr, The Globe Thtntre wis parked, at usual, latt night, and the pvtfnrmanca was heartily encored from tta rl to the fall of the curtain The performance Includes a number of excellent specialty artists among them, Mies Fay Florence. Jerome, Nellie Leonard, Iienhan ami Dakln, Monroe and Mack, the Leon li unite ami Mabel Steele. Crutlilnc Ciinilemnatlon, I'tom Ike Xtukrll't JUlHiirr. It was time for a chanire. Kvery principle of tlgLt polltlca ilemamletl It, and It Is to the o'redlt of the republic that ft majority of Its citizens have mti'tci! their practical protest a,;lnst the narrow pollclca and the unbridled pteHimptlon of a dominant partisan majority which made the unpatriotic end of a perpetuation of itself In power the justification of tbe revolutionary menus resorted to. Waililnctou Hloclt Kioliancn Baku Rsgulsr Call 19 " o'cleek . Col. Nat, Itatik, 5 a 16). ArllHgton Iih., .1 a 1M). Amr. Gratibopbotie, r0 a Ml; IS a Hi. Pueumatle Uuii Carriage. Its a I. Wstb I.oiiMWlTru.tCo.,-t8H I. Mlsrellaneous Itonds U. &. Klotrlc Uabt Ut, tl't, ICO; U. S. Wlrk Ugbt. aa: 8's. i: w. A o. it. it, io-io , IfSe-'sl, U; W it II. Convertible s, U7; JlsMmbj llall Ass'n, S's, t" lit, 105. Wash, Market Co., 1st Mort., u's, llh; Wash. Market Co., Imp., 0's, lit; ielM A. S,Urd Co., 6's, O !UT, ; Wash. I.t. liifautry, Itt, fl's, lWt. W0. UulLLt. lu f.trv, iC, Tn, 1WI, US; Wash, (iu IJght t'a, ttr. A, ', US; Wab. (ias I.tgUt Co., Eer. B, b, ISO; HyseBto lee Co.. 1st Mort., IV, ; Awwksn Seurlt awl Trust, HW. National lUnk Stocks Hauk of Vah Idpofl, iSO: flsuk of KepuUic, ST0; Mttro IHdi'an, tNft; Ceetrsl, 0; Seol, So0; iiuir ail Met-iiiBlu. IW: CitlM&s'. I TO; I oiuwUa.ltta: Caplul, 1IW; WM Rod, US; Trad', 193; IJiuoIb, tW Railroad SucW WssUoKtou and OeorgMowH, '-'-15: Metropuliua, 'ii: Cu iNMBta, TO; Culiitol aad Notlb O fctrwt, ; J.ckiugroa and Soldiers' liotua, Sfi; Otfawpttaoa aadTeitaaUytowii, t', llrigUV KOllT. . ii ur no. e Stocks Fireuaa's. -Mi. f rauk lls. 14. iltliopotttuu, TO; Nattuttvl lutou, IU. Atlluftvii, taw; Cosearaa. t4; L'olita tea, 1.' ! (UfMMa Aawteaa. ltO; Poiouuu;, ii bik, 6, People's, 5: Luiiolu. Si. Title f mars lire Stock Raid tiAa Till., 1.T; Coluui.Li'rttls,6j; WaUiU)jlou Tttl . Canuid Kicllc J.lxiUSiock.- WaiUig tea Uss, sS; tieotgetuwa Gas, 90; U. S. ElMtiie Ufht, i. Tliaoae auwks iStaasfWiuda, fc I btfk aad fottuuac, tii; Auii-ricwi (iruko(auie, 1H. Wst-eUaaaou inaafca, Waaaiagtoa - kt Co.. 16: Wnkiairtim Briek Cu.. 800; Usee VaNs lea Co., 1; Uuil Bus Fm-ruu Co., IS; KaMsaai Uw tlt, Sotf; Wssblagtea Sale Bwptwlt, l; VasataKSoa Loaa tad Trust Co , t. Na tWwU Typagsihtr, ; MargeaMftasar, , Faraawrie (iua L'uriatfit, i; Aasorteaa btiMirUy aaai Trust Co . Hii Uoailu 1U11, , BygicajK: Ice Co., i IawsoMMa UttUsUttf Co.. -.Ji.1. 11,11 ,1110111, II ll Nine Out of Ten Facaaas eaa axe aavaeatanbasassUaw aagsattjhfSl tutu.. yt ouasMtaMsrair law aajraaf asasatiaatolt.niitnaasalaf toswibw misu too late taatuiawr rliaawnw alsaanan ssjiitaalsuswMMaaaeoa)aiiM.iwevffy seaafcsfcaUowtf iba iruabtaU mut atetsia. i-.nrrtoriittiia awweMiasa abasa 194 rcctuues a ooasiWnstoaat niaiair a BjcdwwiJil';i". aav baaa a sai swer toa CaMccafor a aoc4 ass J iaa- I UM saarif eerfibM art or s-ad aJso away lierua efi aiilisiaor ataasU.aW lboia Mad's fewajajsHa, sabMi lassaisw aataavltt. good tasatts. I ea ruooiaawad lstajaafflftosJB.brtg eoaMaW & U ps4 asssUstee "-Ma.. . - Bum,. iJaaaaMb- Hood s Sitrrsaparllla bui4 by all tixuttm : MivJuybr-' i- m"u.s. fur 3 l'ic SM ittfxn Ou iiolbur ACSTHALUR SILVSR. tha ! or the meriea ftm -eeasrsea Irs S'ame. In a report to the S sir Pcpartnwnt. on AuMraMan silver. Conn' "rlffln at FMtrey sTdjri that the advance in the price nt litter sfn-e the pssa?eof tms Silver bill hy the 1'nltcd !'ates Con gres, has atwrniv made a .lifTerenca n the atSfiwtl tnlnV of that prmluea i In New fMh Wales alone of more than i utfen ilr. briffin sys that in three days the prtc iwrtanced from in to 1 cents per nwtws, ahd is now quoted at W-Wpf mtnee. This advance, he say, IsHhely to have a market! Influence ufsrm tne tfwte relations between Australia and the .Rirstwn cmntrfes, and may result in the establishment of a direct echnee between thoe colonics ami Cnlna and .Tat an. . . ,., Tiw, mtntster for the mines of le- f tort teports tlini none of the Victorian Silver Imles yet uiscoTeren are rfjwi'n as of uitllrlent value to justify the In vestment of large amount of capital la their dtelopment. The mine la the St Anand dls'rict, h snys, hsre vert bright prospects, bntevtu these n rmt led to the opening up of pnynWe lrde Fined n Femalfi I'la;hter. Carrie Green, one of the Inmates of No. 1813 D street norhweat, apptated In court this afternoon wtth a very con spicuous black eye. She charged that Mable "Waters, one ot the other girls lu the house, was responsible for it. Ma ble claimed that she detected C.trrle taking some money from a patron of the house when he was asleep upon the lounge. In her ciTorts to get away Carrie fell and blacned her eye on a spittoon. To the contrary the Green woman, although admitting she was drunk, says tho Waters woman de liberately pounded her. The fine was $e0, and Oscar Nauk, the defendant's attorney, noted an appeal. llailiv Klcseil Iy n Horse. Shortly after 12.80 o clock to-day one of tho horses attached to car No. 7 of the Metropolitan line slipped and fell at the corner of Second street and Indiana nvi'tnip. Conductor Maurice K. Fitz gerald went to the assistance of the horse anJ in helping the animal up ho received a scvero ktck lu the stomach. Tho patrol wagon was summoned by Olllccr Money of tbe Sixth 1'rectnct and lliectald taken to the Lmergency Hos pital, where he was atlcndid by Dr. ptlggs. l.lcermrit lo Weil. Marriage licenses wore issued todiy as follows: Charles II. Hunce nnd .Mary C. Thornc; Thomas F. Ilryant anJ lleltle 1). Dolcnof Nelson County, Va.; John 0. Itlppon of Clark County, Va., and Sarah J. Hobey of Waslifnuton; Charles II. lUckwlth ami Sarah M. Oliver; Martin .1. Ilusslan nnd Maggie ,T. Cook; Alexander 12. Young and Janle Pryor Wltllt ttiu l.tttlll Hdlil. The plalnllffs In the case In equity of Coorer vs. Cooper today filed an amended bill through thulr attorney, W. W. Fleming, praying that a decree ordering the sale of the land Involved In tho oau be Istuul by the court, and that a distribution of tho proceeds of the sale of the property be made by the court. Want lllvaren for lliorllnn. Susan Mnhony. through her attorney. Y.. 31. Hewlett, today filed a petition for a bill of dlvorca from her hnsband. Joseph Jlahony. They were married lu this city lu 3Iarcb. 180. and she bates her petition upon the charge that hir husband deserted her In April. 1W. 140TOTS TEN "DAYS. OrnHCEDENTBD SALE OF LOTS AT KENSINGTON PARK, Formerly Knowle. on the line uf tbeXstra polltao tkancb uf ibe II. Jfc O. It. It. Tbe Most Ileaultfui TUeeof HeUauoe Atout tbe l lty ot w aitbluittoa. Tbe tots at KeoMngton Park are tMriaa: soil laiWlr. -MByu(iur ltcUltm tvo wka tvooraoru. by" Giaied and naent-i-ld 4reu, paveu gutters board Wwjlt. tnra mil tie bosM o every lot aad ftse rrtklinctarei:TWeiie-iof ixiraMiBtMM-y ant utility. Abuhut K-ueot puruhr anil). It. v arar. who baa Ukeu i-blbtMa loin aad U bow erw t In? a $10,(0 liftUMi. w Web will be a nee addillue to the many Iwuuilful rl illuB Uttf, Mr, IuKuU. tb ntl-know ytiatatUrBy, bai pufolwtW lltu lot; Mtteetrril II Lookw, tvso tots S. a. ("lurk, ikuIoliiMr 1ruwlcll. tevea lot.. K. V Oil Urt U I. Wolff, u E. Mlu-hall. '. K. M rnn sad taaay otlwn. Mr UuUNas4, tbt wll icum kud popaUnlriuuwt ot tal uwy. wUltlurllr hulld a dnuwtote at lb Pure. Tbt itl r. 1 1 b Wmi vIvmh fur I be eraeuoa ul e Waillkil acpotat tbe Puk HiUIii ksve potfllve iubti(ellai wkUsr swut ii4 iu,y laiiiw niihk ai ni I1 vawiU vimm waitola' F"it o 00a rtba,u tu tbo bc.rs of KtuulaitUm uA Lilac It to the f rout link uf all .uburbaB T. 4 far ikj la iat-bAisjf Bop' aad ibuse kavtae ituMvr tu pu tfib.b HMMlb we WvMkt il a oril: Ikiti't 1st ..uothrrwaek im . r vr Br umf wh ,, rwrii wwm tt let site fur a aoate or ly Uw hmaitaltna fur mIu aad ieul late meat wltliout iiu ley CM toM Batac. liat -k'keU ad guuul luKnlSit('B. L U t aH wkx f ro $aaioia staawt lutfiwBMfta ai.1041 kaMft!et. ISuy ua the aroaad tour. luU rTatouaoii will aocuBHoy' parttes to It iiahasloa lartntBHSWtaiiuB ffita. Easterday k Haldeman mm p svnHar. Stoeetorf f Uwfgs Mi Law fims. rumtmu. cuMtuNraoK. A-FWMOfWf-AT-WW. ms sisairamiisJtniSBfc wnaataiaiiw, B. ft trrt lAJBaT Maafaalteal nw W"T.!1.- trsm ptrns- m i&Ma iHffsrlT' aoa. aa'VSstll5. fe-tt tj W sTawadsaapsyfiv .A(.WtV wmwam.wmm sejtsrara tiiornays as Lap, W-sl SUB WUHHK. . m. p. iiLTi toilaud Wii.tr laiiuH'ti iu iLialbc FlUBBt Ijuu .f .vl. i "-J F0RA600DSH0E 3iISlP Wilson k Carr's For an Easy Shoe GOtO WILSON & CARR'S. we catty the Best t Xim of Patent trains shWes for tfles and " ttt'men at S a pair at Wilson & Carp's I'nMilonnldo Mioe 3len. No. 0S0 I fmilllJT '. W, WashHwten, D. a BAIVTMORS iTI5Ra), 4 nuii o west iiAi;ri.Monr. sTitr.irr. KUDCATIOWAr.. THEBERLlTZSCHOOLof LANGUAGES TWllth Street Northweit. best and Most riostteal Instrustlwn. TERMS. S10. Bb tn ow York, Pftten. Phlladel jte, CfiteiiRo, Parts, Ueriln, Imton, ete. UQtv tl ACADKHV OK TltR HObY CROSS, HI Maw. Ave.. Affords overy faolllty for aonntrinu n tlior ougli education In llteratore, mude and nt t. Tlio Instruments taiigtit aro plnno, Imrp. vio lin, Kultar, mandolin amt banjo. Linit(s, fjerernl vocnl, drawlnft and fanoy work free. teH,1y jll 188 UAYAltD'S 1NST1TUTB, Norwalk, Conn. A Homo Fetioot for Olrls amt Yonna: Ladle. N'umber of boardlni? poplls limited to twenty. Excellent edrantsaes In Mule, Art ami tbe LaDftusRes, Gymnasium. Pleasant jrrounds. lloalthful loeatloo. Pupils boarded UirtHWh tbe sunnier montlis. Hoard, wathlnz and tuition In tlio Hnalhli (jmrlehes, I00 per scliolsstle year. Send for olroulnr. V1KADV1LLB THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL, Meadvllle. Va. Pdneatss for tlio (1irltlan Ministry. Koom rent and tuition free. An entraaee fee of S0 for bss, beat awl oare ol room. All expenses moderate. Term bealns SKITEMDEK SO. ItEV. A. A. LlVEIlMOItB, D. II., Prcsklsat. Meailvllle, Pi, VTI6 AIKEN'8 SCHOOL FOH OtHLS. Starafocd, Conn. EstablUbeU la 18. ITepares for eollos, travel and boae. Tbe etbod by wbUh the raeetal tseultles are eilneatet will bo found In the teHHt edition of Miss Aiken's para rhlot on "Coaeentrated Attention," now reaily, for sale at DreBtano's, 5 Untoa Square. New York. TjeraER's COLLKOS FBErARATORY SCHOOL, New Bntaswlak. N. J. Uoardlag Seboel for Bays aad Yoaae Msa. Frefares for tbe best aotle, selMtnte Kboets or bslaes. E. H.CO0K, A. M..PU.D-. HaaJ Master, QT. JOHN'S C0LL8QB, Anaapelh.Md. lljat Mulaa oemsoeiM 1-6T1I BEITEM HEH. Eigbt Pepartswats SBd tear ooarsoa of stady. imiWlwtu beated by steam. Term moderate. Vet eatalegue address tbe ts'esi- dB, THOMAS FELL, LL.D,, Vb. D. T INBEN SBMINARY, Utltr, Fa. A sehoul for youiK? kb aad yeg Udlos, at LttMs, Laaoastsr Ceuaty, Pa. f tb year Atate,eMaJrtUe soboel bomn; tboroagh ssatbods; earofatoverstiibtal tkeladlvWiwl pHBtt; advHBsad osarsas W study; very (dasu aat toeatlao; steam boated. $se por ysor. TTBLLS COJ.LHOK FOK WOMBK. Aurora, Cays Lake, V. Y. Tbwe rati oobwm of stady. Loeattoa twsattful aad haattWal. AMimJeiirWta boaM. 'w baJldsei laadv aaat Soataatber. Keestoa baabw SStTltMilEtt tt. taW. Mad " -" O . DAIOUBI, T Kk B.S. rwn--,... J,, Tn XTRATtaS' INSrWHJTK, f.sanaitar. Fa. The Bv. MOSWaOWlWY 8. UuaiMHt. U. A.. Head Master. Fear bops rssstvsrl as was or tbt bead asastafs faaaty. At Bfasaat tbasa two vaaaacta. Mr. Haaaar aw seat ben to Marvant, Yala. Frlsaotrw, OtDaabte, UbU. AadMMt, Massy, wat Foiaf, Aaaaao4t, Jta, aad has aat bad a date tor nilssliiiinn sejaotad. EsusMatoa. aaar FWhiaalaWn. Fa. A ataa-etoas soauoi ful bxattoa. BeUsMHt! aoaaBg- Botaf pnodwosk. Fsetmo) or aar aottaa or aass- mm, Hot t tals year to Yala. Hareaai asdFrtaootoB. Special care of yoanasr bofs. Xaasber lualMd. CHARLES H iTJOJJT. Prioctoal- Grand, Uprigat and Square PIANO- FORTE& buoolai attanH'in U puebaters U luvltud . w our a ''WliPSBBJIS' 1 """ HY . HAKMS 0 MafV BWuodbMd Fl4Uioa ai AU FdtM. WM.KNABB& CO., 827 Market Space- A.stusrsstRNris. thehWmttaMe N kQTTK. tfjss rtnestfa) Bventn. Also tveMm art 9atnraf Spefftftg the Uteth. A Patht ffewfl, Naft te Gl!JrefNothrHr J0ft I AU. TSRgK PtArs. .... -, --"- ' - - - - - l The MnsSaat Omwiy, !NA. mm fliTa afaii JftBI HI Bel Rot. n-MtMAJCCI! BRAS!) 85J8UII OrBHA t-OSPATiy IB tf A tBAtTHfS ORASD OPftR.V IIOUSB. it.r FtreSlatitiaiMt Satnrday Mstlaee only. MI). B1UHARD MANSFIELD An- ItlS SBW TOSK STOCK COtrNT is- Beau Brummell. 8ATURDAT NIH1IT, Only Time, Dr. JekfH and Mh Hyde. MAtlnee d'lavltatlei), Weririesitar, Mr. MatHleM In l'lttSCB KARU Seats now on sale. Nest g'tf. est week Tbe (treat Drama, MONEY MAD, ALBAtjrm'SNKW I.YCKHM TltB,VTt(E, liattlmere, Mil. Bsimfmnent of Edwin Booth AND Lawrence Barrett. LAST TWO WASHINGTON NI0HT3. VCTlncla,Nov.W-MACIiETH. , Mr. lloothflsMAobetti. Mr. tlarrott as MacuufT Friday, NOV. 1l-OrilELLO. . ,. Mr. Booth as laao. Mr. Uarrett as Otbollo Fanliults ?tf3 nrclieiitra Clialrs V Uslcory $5.00 InolmliSR transportation bolliwiys. Feats now on site at Itobert F, Milter's Book Store. MB Fifteenth street, from 10 a. m to&p. m Swctsl trains fpr WailitBitton Nllitwlll lPBVoOn ivnti-tlvanla tl It from Slstli-utrot-t PrrH't nttk-io p. m. slurp, arrlvtnr at. Union Station, llaulmwe (t)ireo mlanios walk from I.jcoum Tlioatro). Hetumlne. leovo sarao station IttimeOtetoIy after the ir tormsneo. JTJot N KW NATIONAL TH BATHE. One Week, Commencing MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17. JUCH Grand English Opera Co, M-PEOPLR-lM M-OHEAT AHTISTl?-) . , .,, THE .It'CII llttAND CltOltUS. THE JfCIt UltANO OIlCHEaTKA. The strength ot the Hut of principal lniters and arllttlo arrangements will be een from the followlnu announcements: SOPKANOS Carlotta Mawimta, Mario Freotwrt. t'eoll lleolit. CONTItALTOS-Llfsle Maaulehot, Jcniilo O. Ftnwcr Borntcallotmeii. TKNOH - Clmrlw llsdraoBdt. I'ainn Clarke, William Slrr.la'it". llor4 (ioulil. Jo'jn S. Helton. llAltmiNBS Otto Hatblens. Henry Voat. Atlarlno Oamilo. 1IASJ08- Fraos VetU. E. N. Kubcht. i. II. Dudley. itiu'introiitr. Monday, Nov. tr.THE HCOUBNOW. JUCH as YaUatlne. THSStlay.Nov. 18, HIOOLETIO. WedBssday.Nov. tS.LOHENOHlN. JUCUasEUa. Tbnrtar.Xov.'J), WILLIAM TJELL. FtWst. Nov. ,TB8 PLYING DOTCHMAN. JLVIl a. Senta. Satertlay Matisse, Nov. 3. FAUST, Saturday. Nov. . THE BOHEMIAN GIRL. JUCH as Arllae. ruicttt i. st.60, st aad jocenu SALE OF SEATS 0ius Wodaesday. Nov. 1. ut 10 a. u., at Mittzsrott A Co.' Muilo Store, IIM F t. Tho cellrate.l btelowuy PIobok ued by tli Juiti Ouonmny. 10-tf H "AimiS- I1IJOU TIIEATSE. WcekCusasaetatr Monday, Nov. W. Shook and ColHw'j Orsst MHitary Dntau, The Blueandthe Gray A STORY OF LOVE AND WAIL A Success Equal to Sbabaadoab Protested fimtna jopii, ueoriruie too jbijuw-boks)-, Witt a ruwsnut wwipaay utm miw rale fcetmio KnbtHMbawat for Each ' Nest Wtsk -THE NBIONS. tost mill's NEW WASUINOTON tllSATKK.UTHST. Tnis WEBK-LadbJ Ma'4s Tbarsday. AMERICAN FOUR COMBINATION. A&dtbe Culol Athleti.- Cvlobr.ty, George Dixon, Nojtt Wook-ltolUy X Woud'. Now CbMfa VuidevttfaTOo. . GLOME THEATMaV-WKKK OF (XTTOflBK IT. MiOlatw Moady. WedBOMtay, Fri day aad aoiwiJay. OalEVKa' bUKLaL'K O ). TaeCbaaptuo 1-HMiH KH KBB-i a tiifiAKTtc PE lAMrr i a rrwB HEOLIKN. la the Or iilost el AU Mastsal mmb a walte or a battaa Waa btftositally aad bvko aasiay SajBPBB!SpaWBlB"4f F", nii" 03 tifiifiafit ifaAdm as.r OtltiM ifaRhdat lPsswa Hapaspp w ' " "pws" Tae linMasi ia ax MiaM0aH a of It in so jaatdatkata mm aam to May u wuu fruat out Wlbsao woakA'isasasca. 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