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T1TE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 19,1890.
Tn e Daily Critic . HT tats (JWtCl: $4& D?RMT N0ftfHW9t. WAsmwwiim ct'fti t. c. of scwcwftros. tfMn0WMrtrtd),ir- " " 1 month rfottoettf. lssonth Ailiiiii THSCRltlC, toSStrWt, Wmp B.C. VjEmnmToii. ti. c. Jt. i. t. STASMSG MHir. Pleta nww than ofte authentic nonfp Tt l tfe anranc tt ttr Hfcit IteMtt tMtc1 to ri tlffbt atari wltn ttw fttOgrUMM of legislation ad,tffoi lit In last session, Slid trt etfttite m rrtrri of It wm teft nnflnUhtrf wktst 0agft tijonrmd la Octnr. This of rnire eontttfteB the pnssate bjr ike Senate et tin Irmtm Election bill, several labor Mite, Md a Number of others fathered hv tk majority ami cohtMemi a patty IMMittea. There Is bo reason why this ftfcflHhf ot be done. To ilo otherwise nenW be to acknowledge that the party tv as wrong In the first place. No two Itepnbltrabs seem to arw. If ire accept tbttr T.tibltc uitrratiri s its i vldence, npm $ rxrtllrlt Interpretation of popular fw Host aa manifested by the Ule elec tlififc Kit two unite In sxtmiulna; thai tanae elections constituted a re litllte to the policy InatiKtirateil lat nlattr. They all Insist that the people were deluded by misrepresentations at lo the effect of the McKimlky Mil: that the erwntry final IU rote In error, and that the great heart of the American nation beats warmly a? ever with on. fid nee and affection toward the Ra rmbllcan party. 1 teller in a; thla, the leaders would be unworthy of their lrwiHon and falte to their highest obligations If they fallerwl for one Hiotnent In the rturte tnatked out for them. There is nothing for them save to pre forward, complelo the pro graHime of lat session, and thus go btmelhe country In 1801 with the It I tiblkan caee fully matle up. MR. ItOHHRT UlXCKt.MT, the well Viwwh portrait painter, is now pnttlttg the finishing touches on an hereto Ismail of the Duke of Wellington, ordered for the Wellington Hotel in Cblcaso. As the pii'tuie la to be S'lpteil to i-a iltiitjon I in very an'in. 3Hr, IIikirlkt baa lt!ilil tortdedre expressed In manr quattrts that It be exhibited, and Mill open hi atudlu for that purpose to morrow, Thursday. .Wll 12 o'clock noon. The alu Ho Is at 1810 MaRChiiM:ll avenue. The Atlanta VonMntium em to lute (ionewront this year. It bean by ptepoetng the Idiotic and puerile ex lvttliBt of a timimerclsl boycott agtlnst the North In cate the Loihik Klectlon bill wat pasted, and now It lias put the canetot) on the structure of its folly by ptopoMng Mr. Pat Camioux, the at Imwy of a powerful railroad corpm tlon, at an Alliance candidal for the t'oHtil Stales Senate. After all, hov i'tr, the CuhMitHtwa has lasted longer an a leader of Georgia opinion tlun eottbl barn been ejc:ted. A protection organ in a State which is overwhelm- Ugly opposed to protectiiin could hardly Itave toped to lattuenee public seatl Bttat for a vury great while; but two twh blumlers as the boyeott and the Caihovn propoeltlons ought to quench that hope la any save a fBll ' orat. The ContlUnlk'n will bow make way fnr the Kt'ning Jouriutl. Qt'tTK a xi-MHRK of the great New York dallies of this date made use of Thk Critic's political gee-tip gives la jetierday'k leu, but the rrttataeaadthe are the only ones ia which we Had ty credit fives to Thk Critic, whkh uraiihed the facts. The TYmas refers to is as "a Washington paper," but when (imply gbble the Item and treat it as rrigiaal with thenseeivea. We hope Mr eateesued eonteseporaries will set tpate Thk Carrit's modesty so eare ully heeeefier. We expect to print a ft deal of mighty Hvely goaeip duiiag the season, uad ant not bashful sot at all. il!K MeTBKUSli iKioUB.Wl, the 7W, Mas a sparini f ran Bsltiasose la Ha edt U a f tu Uy. givieg aoaae paftiiularly tasStliag (elHgaci ubout a duet to be feNxlt tiaet hetwtiHi two wy, u te4 youths whose aaaaei asewith bW. We are told that they aee hoi hjaaitai students of Johns Ilotikias Veieetaby, aid movvl tu lwgtae that Haas exptosie and komU-itUl yatjhs nevor left a trdi fhhwd abMg the vale of life. Xml a further Uf seed that the woods rsw IJeuhi HU1 Park is to he the wee fewrnkgw. All that row waaaiM hi le Vee that affair front the notice, a tha MMsjstoy will be furnished with a tnewtf of appailiw tfigattinie J. . 0 a saose caaetul esssaiaaMnai f h r-ft specUl e iasi that the )g0ttfa t teari for IseMwsbf M fas Kit kMMetae;, that the wegAM t to be latol aa4 the tftefcukce thirty Paoea whteh we codak that U eWser W the rowrtati tecastie ay hsRflHwtU take th fcrai of a cuid la IbjR hai of at that wt a hsjlewwet A duel ihi is to be hwigtit h at half neet low or a whatar i with piatuia at tfciatjr rrcw la ftkcUfuf anwHti th Tkkt h m awiui atuH. Jn uiiw raoruiiTtos it that Max Aail ha nsada RStaatiM fsaam Kaw rnvti!' h4pffeRjwef of OweecRAT Hat MMaatw i thaa RRoJaet usAUk laf to Mm. Jt Mtchl Rot sVo k uhfhBaS4oR to a 1 'P F JRVRR F TT titot tetoaly jurtaj hut wt ahfmM INbttto hatte M the rrrm. " Sl ii. MM W 4HU' dowRtoJa watt wjr gflRMf Miac upu the RaMaJoaJ sjguay RJI ll f-ngjaj"1 The LdRh iuettiui tiAA aJ y LinM PaRJLRXX HRt htoMtbt ReosetoRBt It has ouateed , JMRy kaden, and will caaily uit'lic I blm He nmy cmharraiw It hv an at trmpt to retain the leadership of hi party, In defiance of the ethtent pm-rrfrtte- i f fire caw, tnrt he eannoi tttatTy ImpMr lis eltalfty or perma hently dtmtnlah Its Mrength. Any rcr Wsnce on hh rart lll Mmpiy force the pRtty to depn1 Mm, signer or laf, and, 1' be n - a wi and aa Ma cere m hta frfcnds hate heretof.yr chlwwrl fmt him. l e i I ttt of hi o iceord. Mr. Intumt will ih BWftot 9tc VtA to the learretlhlrx He H a atttMig man no 'otmpiiste, tmt trftfta, m Mr. TAtist.i. has been from a Btfttah ttatHfpntnf, tmt coWfiBtoW tftOTttb. at'd be will carry with W the tlslty Iri'h eote which, afte all. cnfestlmte he snbtance of the cHe. that Ut. falisiti iaday of greatfte! nnr, one ho h-a foilowid the 0wta effi ran rl.mbt .ItnaR." i rt rwwn .f tin wh, iriot trery ctmpHntt)tary to -nv..r qt at. Justice ilrewerof i he United State ?upti rhe Vt H wrwa a terw harl when be flrt came to Washington, bnt now at'peers on the bench Hlth a smooth fare. Colonel T.ucltn W. Mil'er, Cmarre wan rlecl flm the Ohhewh tilMrlct of H'iconMn. I a f.-slrr s.n of Colonel .?. P Mtllertif Vermont The latter jjen tltmnn witsln dm re when that country wns flahtlng for Its t xislence, and on the Held of Mfrsolonohl, to which Hyr-tn tffet, be picked np a little boy, whom he btonghl to ibis country, adopted and idncateti. Some jears ago young Miller ent out to Winonttn, ami be will now tahe bis place in the next Con great as the flrt full blooile-t Greek iTerekcted to thtt btnly. The statue of .fonn d'Arc, which km nnvilltd In l'hllmlelphla on Sit tirday by the Krtnch citizens of tlmt town, depicts her In full armor, asttble a prancing hore, nIo in armor, and carrlrg in one hand the otllUmme. Prince fttmund Kidalwlll, one of the Catholic lendirs In tint Ootmsn iietcll stag, and a)o well known n an luthnr, lias just emertd tin-rtlUluiit oIeror theliencdlctlm. In the abbey of lletiron. lie vi ill lie known lii-icafter under the name of Pother itetioil IUiUiwIll. The TutKlsh Minister, Mavnyenl lby, has recently received from' the Sultan the Brand cordon of the Order of the MeilJIdle, a distinction which Is never auaribd In Turkey to diplomatic officers, whiine rank is Mow that of ambassador. Mitvroyenl Itey, an envoy, t the fltst cIMcer of his Mtik who his rtetlvcd the honor. The tnolli.rof Miss Wllnml di tile 11 ul the luesldt'tit of ttw VVouin' ll.il-ilmi TiinperHnce Union nnlri to nMiiIkiIIsi lithopilc Only cirdntnt-t NiitiUlitH. Iiemme elUlblu Mr Mlstd tlouhu whither her dau ihtnr u hih mhImI m h delegate at the ucx' O'em ral Ci life recce. Governor elect Kuwell of Massachu Mtts, havltuc returmtl lo CumHrtdee from a varation, lis prouip'ly l I hi itctH In person tofl'ivermir Ilrtrkittr. at it Is pn trlng to wilte hU f1rt St He jspr. Count Alexander S.echenyl, who wan jrjven upas but, Is soon expected at lentm, AustrlH. The rumor w.is ruintlj that he had been aieaselaated at Honolulu. The Count has brought tMck from bis distant voyages more thsu 1.000 photogrntihlc vIbws from countries which hsd not lieen visited bv Kutopeans since the limes of Cook anil VHncouver. Ills companions. Count ttacnumitit-r hmi ttenee de Castln, will return with liliutotlie Austrian ckpital. A to his I L; it il oompttilon. Count Sandor, he will proceed directly to li tth, where he will place himself at me UlMMiettlnn or the judicial authori ties, lie bad heeu uuttneed previously lo three years In prison for having fought a duel. HOTEL ARRIVALS. iltlrotmlitHH-aeiHin I). lUeve, PWtwWl )4U; K. WitkiM awl wife. CbaUaaowga, T8 ; Campbell Clarke, Newark; F. U ltaksr. New York. X4umi-J. llamhl, II II. lacker al S. OppaetHiisHM', Nw Yerk; K. L Kalas, PbitodelnWa; (iwg Dtrtght, Jr , gpriog IUM, !m. M. Jitmtt. lar.luw, lUlUmor; A. A Nswtes. CoImmm, N. Y ; liMterdiag, lUia twrg, 0rway; Hilltow 1'. AppWyanl, C'ttlcago. ira arifa-F. M. CrookUw mnI J. 11. KWeMwr. New York; Cturlet F. Tuboc. Albany; S. M. Mtlhi, DjU, Ohio; JaauM Socor and wlfa, Tolwlu. Kit9i.lU,m CauUd, Johnstown; J. Ji. Kajios4, Cbleace; JMaph Kyre, itos Um. MWtr'..-W. 8. ltMS. w York; to anal C. Jehitstoee, Krta, Pa.; Kim. T. Shoplrigh. Kukloai. Wurmlty'i. Staphsa (i CliAt. Joaut A. Kuwe aa4 fawU. iuMv. Xaw Vu Yurk; W. HulUt- I atUta, M P , ilsrattea atraat, Umio. Xkrtkam-W. I.. rUil.Oaaaha, Xb.; H. C. Hill, I'lafc, Xathaa L'lla aad ifr, 'w York. AtUiitm Kutcar M. Rtorwsu. Wllliaai UUIette, New fork; Malvllla k. toa, (.httsgu; UUliaaa X. Irnsssayt aad lia, Loadoe, KK , Mr. awl Unt. W. 1. aaw w, Uosar, X. U Xmuuutdu-Ur. and Mrs. H. KallUMC fw, Phiia4etBUa, A. J. HaCiukar itd Ua, iiw Tori. H. C. AaiiewDW. toaaklyu; Ca tgto P. M. SsMfah, L. S. A ; UiwsRMUSiajrX w. weaiet, u. a. .; a. . KoMtoR, kUIU- V Wig Ml iwfwRaa)y sass wtaa, Qtoel wife, Woi- eaasar. Haaa.: H. i. tiwk; a. w. its asu. usuas. .; r. f. muu. Igtfcto Va ; Jf. W. URMsar, Lurt, GafrnX. T htajrtaamr m Mr. E W. llaSatsy, UssMtrthv t. C; V. f. Biagg, Sear Teak. TdgLAYtarfiaoow sat.h taftoa Lesiiaa It, C 1. 4 hU Was aiws&fl a ysnaiiataasSRhflsil if. M., Vtos tha Ta&fMr looked out of hiahw toaay, Thase's a et gotag sennas the T-E-&4.-K .' fMaisd hatted the cow oe She Uajc. Rjatss qs) has paftdRRS tatl, toRR or her toch; BestoRlsg el Rnrm. She saeeaad m ta The tfeewert J she switch f-K-e-i-g-f- thsU the Tllstfs srttefhad ttol the aluss, 4&J ia aoku tRcatf Rbmbum aj i-nal ia mm: " tW W VtlRg P1"1" Pf lga w m Tfci iHrfc tpgfBtf if-ffTpffc kpr TjfcftriiiMl Mftifi jMm WpF ftifimpnf 4pWNH MMl vWk A total g-T-il-f-S-T. teadii the etoptoit tos togshad. aged , Niw WMW 8BlWW fPBtir Wr WWPP i iT bgf a)MA CflslgUfe KaCiaUOAaQIUMl iwiij w rPv alW JrR1 aipBW -T t-W," V. It -that iaa't the j to speU pur- larrhiflRat steelt, httt the sladat wf sroeJda't rhjasa. Subc.t J B. JUCr tw tji (il i j. AM t SEMENTS. ftrttttt-tftt" at ties aattwnal. The amflwe at the Matlonal Theatre last flight, though of nvmeffhat smaller pTcpritttoTH tha that of Monday, was afnpl? irwarded for Its attendance, in a ttrfoimsnce of very general etciHenc and etjoyahllity. "Rlgoret'o" Is an ipera htch mskca rerv exsctlnit de manrts upon the ahtlftrea of Iw princi pals, ar.d the i access of Its prescnta ttriR last etenlng traa a pleasant surprise to many who could not av M the trtggetti-d comparison with strch phcirrmfeal rtmittroVrt In the prat as that of the prent Mardearm fj-tartette, 1rd the still mote remarkable triumph of themhcrnMrd and nnknown Mllm cwtiftany v ral seasons later Ev.-n In the- light i f nr h cimioartsrms, howerer, the work i f the Jnch Como-iny last night wnt far to justify thtlr claims to ttte "grand opti " The tyitt of the unhappy (tXiUi fo-m-l In Oeofglrte von .Tnnchosky a m wt cnMnrtentrons and accomp'iried esp- n nt. Her votce Is a dramatic oprmo of cot lter able ranoe and power, of more agreeable quality In Its higher thsn in the middle register, but lnfited thnuehont with alt the paton and flte which thfs trylnt but pathetic slly b rtttf t?l nle demnnds. The KtMr.y of Otto Hathjens waa an impreaslee and ympatheirc astwmpttmi wlweln the Itagrc scrrows of the jester found Iheir fnll txprmbm In the deep and vibrant lones of a m.Me and sonorous baritruie. Mr. I'aj ne Clark as the Diikr tnre us the ptcaant snrprle of a ffnnlne irdl tenor of ilellchtful timbrt and ptcullatly fluent atd agreeable delivery blch somthiw tiok us hack to the palmy day ol Itallnn opera, when the ti nor always set med to "pour" his notes upon our rnvihed cats Instead of strain ing them palnrully through our tor tured sympathies The three singers named n Itli Jefstca de Vernet (.V-wta-fonn). who repeated her pleasant 1m preslon of the previous eventnr, gave the famous qiiHitetti; In n style that broueht a very vigorous redemsml from a house not hitherto eo responsive as It should have been. Altogether "Illgo letlo" was so very satisfactorily ten deted, In the face of the exceptional demands of the score and the Inevitable comparisons it HtgaesK that the "d night" Is likely to lie snuielh ng of a nijlh duilng the remainder of the en gagemunt. ' llf-mintim," Commencing Monday evaniug next the famous Maglclnn lferrimnn will begin a week of his wondrous miglo at the New Xatlnnal Theatre. Herr mann is so well known that comment is almost needless. This season he. It pre senting many Dew and wonderful Mil slons, nnd the mnglcal tiortlon of his programme consists entirely of features nvvir before hecn lure, llerriiitnn Is SKsl'teil this eaon by Mme Herrmtnn hihI Alxlul Klmn, the lvitt India fak'r. The prograitiine tills season luc'ti t the wotiuerful Illusion Florlne, Child of the Air, I.e Cocon (the ivolutlmi of a cbnsalls lo a luitterl)); I'rlnce Avnti. HojhI .lspanese jugitlsr; Nuv ll ick Ait, Fata Miirgntia, visions of fairy Ihi.i1. MtphUtu's 'ruslm, reurreci in of Crowley, and two acts of Ilorrm ion's uiittcliltss magic. Tliti lint ItuKpnr." Miss Marie Tempest Is the bright, aitlcular star of this organisation, wide h opens at Albauph'a Monday next. Hir success in New York, where she appeared for 100 nights consecutively at Palmer's Theatre, was simply phe nomenal. The preaa were UBanlmous In their Induriement, and voted her the liett comic opera artiste that had ever vlsltid America. Miss Temneat ikii- Kssea gifts. It Is said, that arc rarely unlttd in one person, having a sweet, pure voice, rich ami cultivated, a man nur that is delightfully phiuant, while totally frie frmself consciousness, af ft elation or muunt-rtsm, and her acting is marked by grace, ease ami Intelli gence. The work in whloh Miss Tempest will appear Is a three aet comedy opera, written by the authors and composer of Illllee Taylor." Polly." etc., Messrs. Solomon it Stephens. This artiste will be sui rounded by the same company that appeared In New York. Mr. Ilerndnn 3lorsell will enact the tenor-Juvenile roU of Ila'pA lidny, Mr. Morscll Is a well-known resident of this city. His success in this opera has been excellently spoken of as being very artistic and well finished. He Is one of the few tenors who Is an exceptionally good actor. The balance of the com pany are all suited to their respective parts. The sale of seats opens to-morrow morning, HarrU' Xlljiu Theatre. "Held by the Enemy" might be ealled a masterpiece of modern melodrama. The play shows In vivid living pictures bow right may triumph over wrong, how noble sentiments and heroic deeds way twsieate affairs which might easily sink into the coinaww place. It illus trates awl makes better the brighter side of life by drawing a sharp contrast between good awl evil. William Gil kite's productioa ia among the greatest war drama ever written. It teeaaa with patriotic sealimeat, without the falstest Hage of prejudice, has a vigorous and heal i by tBoiive and niaglea a fascinat ing humor with a noble pathos. It is in its way a eryetalUed seriaoa, aad yet is not in the least tUBeleat ia the lalltRkic interest which a play for the people must poetess. The eoatpwy row preaeRtiHK "Held by the Kamay'' is or which hae the idoreaust of Ruaastfous trustworthy opisioas. It In cludes a number of people who hive aaaaMtohed their aaertts la the puMk eye. Seats are row or sale. The Wjou hag beR earjoylRg a ufMt ptoapeeous seaeoR. Ttse Kalaaa All WorUl CoRshiRalioR hae beea doing a hsssiseaa that aauat be a ratify bag to Use RMaageRteRt bosh of the house aad of the coaapany. That cowbtnariott la rr aU-atar organic tttoR, and the public, psosnpt to petcadve excoUeace. it giving k that liberal patroRage that It merits. Kwaas'i Tlwl. Dataese's Ows Coauaaay, with Use fosejssaet of all Aotericaa banjo at the head, will be the at- taRctfoat at KetsMto'a TheaUie Rtnt week. Tbjiavagivig week always aaxls Ma ajRt KetRftR with a atcoag attraetioR. Tia i-oaRRRBy iRcludea aaaay taleatod aMtat. ajuoRf wfcuat aaay be meetioaed tih Acajm Four, the Wood fajiOly (Jsoa Vu Gaistiy Theatre, Lomiimh that PariaiaR Ihmcaura attorn Coater k Biars. Kew York). Capitol Forseat. GataveUa Brothers. C W LlulrMd, BmU, ad Proltsaor Harry U Parker, srHh hia Kteat dog hippodrome. Saw Qavexe, of course, iU preatnt hia latest aJ saust origlnai aotis and hia freahwat johea. fieaifa row or sale. Ksflly r4 Wood's new CUsak Ytm deviliu CoRBBRRy. the auncttos tjha iRRsk, la nffrcRoiiRced the VJhtaJ "hhjQV-, Vsvlai Loliue iada her WaRhtotoR RjudaeRce laiMt eniyhiMdRaaie. Brs rams RM pireaesf. s ery bodjf. Th nsirfortu tan of Lram' Cirh' iftj cts, afty ash) tad liy aske to wuRderful a oil. Thaw jsreauras RMRy diatcult fsaM a4 gasplay dsutree of intoili geace tfaat It aeasw hwdiy poasible lot sttch assail siaxaia to aitaio. The FRgspUoR lAaRCcn, froUi the tie Theatre Paris, (.apuvau everybody afci't tte itai-lra F.- luUaiiii Mts Prit'hsrd, are very oritri-" v"l rl(slnir. Prince Kohin Is won.'i - i' O'Bren and Redding are clever, ltnr'r Is sklllfnl and daring, Mr! Tit R-iPy l iTilmt'abre. Ladles' matrtreR to hwt'T an I-j ream onwipanj- tfi ..rh coiirea Itawn " The Lyceum Company gave a c -edit-able rrfrrrmance of BoweTcaTtlt's i '.l ' Bairn" last night at Uteri M is, Hall. The plsy w tffeft smder th suspices or Icat Assemrdt 1W8, K L.. and 17", BrotherhoiBti nif fatntr md Itcorators. TheW w a larirc an drewe present who tnttflM thelt ap rrostton of the play by fluent sn 1 llmra! applause. Mfm AHcr llemtet srm rtRRTCd.the fote rrf UoOern fttvn ami Mr. David C. Itanga appeared as lMnng Jfnnn. Bith did crciltaWy. Intersprreed through tire play was a tnn-,rf of sfeclaltt actt pirtlclrtcil in bv Kmest B Falcomhte, W C. funnier. R. H. Ston. M. ,T. tl!viits aedW H. Conley The pstfnr-ninv showed careful rehearsal, ft ne'te,l n handsome sum for the beneficiaries 1 he HHehnrT t'nnewrt. 1 he adance sale of tickets f,r tiie setlia of BIschorT Coneetta flie ii number to be glvnn at the Congrega tional Church, betan yesterday In the vestibule of the church. Ttre ssle was large and will he continued there to d ty. after whleh tickets may be had at Kills for the next ten days The concerts will begin on I'Jecember 3, with a pro Jramme by the Boston Ideal limit, Ismlolln and Guitar Cln'i. The list Ii eludes a concert bv the Uerntinril Llsteman Club, with Miss Sophie Zela, soprano. Another featnre will be Mr. Etlwnid Baxter Perry's piano forte bctnre recital. In which each numbar will be prefacetl by a few rehearsals concerning its character or story. Thee concerts promise to lie evceedinvly popular. ALL MUST ACT, lllrEKlltr M"liru (loir Ttro OoniiiiU pinners Trntmact Itnlnr, The contlntteil abeenoe of Knglneer Commissioner Itobett from the Hoard of Commissioners is likely to affect the legality of the proceedings of the board as long as only two of the Commission ers act or have acted. This trouble arises out of the ruling of Jiuljje James made In the cie of Kllen Itusli aentnst John II. Ohecn, the HUttlct of Columbia and the lit spcrtor of Buildings. Thomas B Knt wlsle. The object oT the suit was t,i enjoin Uhceti fiom erecting n livery stable In an alley in square 210. The point tnnde was that the amendment to the building regulations with re gatd to the erection of liv ery stables in alleys was ap proved by only two of the Commlsslon uts. In support of this point an opinion of Attorney General Brewster was cited win rein he helil that In all Important matters the Commissioners must net as h board of three, nnd that two of them could not act without nil three were pit-sent in board meeting:. Thereupon the attorneys for Gheen dlsclalind any Intention of proceeding with the eruc ilon of the ttl under the p'rml' issued by the Inspector of Buildings, aid fiitilur action whs suspended Tbeipicatlnn now arlsts wlmthar or not all the actions taken by Com nl slonere Douglass and Illne, or by Com misslnuers Douglass and Boss, without Colonel Robert being present, are not Illegal, as coming under Attorney Gen 1 1 al Brewster's decision. A prominent District olllclal said today that the matter was one about which the Com missioners should be careful, and they thcmtulves express some doubt as to the legality of their actions. CnmmUelonur Boss, In speaking of the decision of Judge James, S'dd that It was the first time he hsd heard of At trrmy General Brewslet's ruling, but ho helloed It a very Important matter tint a uld onlv be remedied by the leglsla tlon of Congress. He thought It be hooved the Commissioners to secure a board of three as soon as possible. When questioned as to whether the Commissioners anticipated any trouble on account of the legality of their deci sion rendered by a board of two Mr. Rosa replied that he did not, although they bad pasted upon several Important matters. The decision is of great im portance, as tbe Commissioners do not know whether they are acting legally or not and tbev anxiously await tho re turn of Colonel Robert, so that affairs mny proceed in their usual manner without fear of Interruption. PORTER AND THE CENSUS. STIII Alalia h IWpIr to HI Critic lu a 3lacailua Article. lion. Robert P. Porter, Superintend ent of Census, at tbe urgent personal solicitation of Colonel Lloyd Briee, edi tor of tbe "North American Review," has weltered a long article for that journal, which will appear in Its De cember number, oa the Kleveata Cea sua slid alleged partisanship in ita man agement la Ibis artiele Stipeflntead eat Porter will give a thorough reeume of the work of tbe present eeaaus, at tbe same time waking a reply to some of the eritleJsHW that have appeared from time to time. IIKciti Aialutil. The following appoiRtaseaia aJ pro uotloae have Immir ordered to Use ifftct or the police forest o the 38th la ataRt. Private E.C. Smith. proRsoted to private elaas 3, vice J. W. Howell re Rioved, Joseph J. Ptoree, apooialed private of class 1, vice BrsUr pro noted, Alpha W- Parhaaa. spsMaalsal private, vice SchaeUer -Yiitpr-I likhaci ColiiRe, aapaiBtfd private, ctoas 1, vice Poa reeignaal. Clatuta Ha Wm Uiultbad. lieery Gkcm, a colored , was ihargsal ha the Police Cosirt to-day with dSfiAMftv eoadlact OR hi gaaai but SPSliBPBBW wj MaiapmstpsKv 'SB 4m ssapfa RSBJB night, lie dalaatrl he has! hesas rlMbhasi by Odicatf Ilea, Itrai ear Use atseet ad atiiaaaHseaitly hg aatothaR odtoRf to has cadi at the saatiBR, Ue wae RRd fi, Judce MtUar wRsarktoar that if he was ftMisttl tilA HbUrA 1mJI Ihatttt Gkubkisttal sft wosud oMsr the ptoatriutoa of the oal cesa. iSHa awaj-a AsaUMUaat. The CoaiwiaaioRS'ts to-day cosupieted toe coRalderatioR of liquor Iti-siaaais? to I ii iitrniRt it Riiss' prectoct. ThsrhsMnl has gRriiy agttaid upoR Riaet of the cases, hut Co winlonur Dougtoat attti eMasMRes hia dtersRiRRtiuR smM to rrc sum Rsore thaa -tth) lireReea to hi iaasiaai. He hi already ewwoved aevawty osm. aad vry few af uUcatiuaa is the bc daact juat coavpleted have batte ra ise ted. tiwcti te h hUM. Horn lit The MejitfMy coRJef a tule of Faoaeeaor Koch as a amicus to that intomit of Mas RstoMHRRt Wju w aj- W ha tfe you thiek es thia bv. Jo! hk Ho twtch did it coal' isth Trr cvRta a yax d. Be u, It is fewiIdUgljr UauUIoL & ttucb lOofe c-VLialaiU; U Is Lk4B Um t.AcjY Id&iU t.u 4MdlQ iajr sMMkiMIT Witt RjLfljRMlte aBR. WHtAn Ot & idpMC4 -MSfcAJ. FROM OVER THE SEft. tie snmm or ktumnm in arm mia ari mm mriTte. .wnisnnk rrrssMi vaeatWaMttanavji! CfoiiHre ef nert rwwnrH rttitri, welve nevnsnttttta; t'rev- Inees In 1 rutin. LoSiw, Not. 18 Th stiw-ttB of atrocltlw In Armenia re Iwln x rerrvtsil. The Armenians have been left so rnw by the maratrdlng Kurd that they art onaWe to pay the Tntkrsh tax-gnthnra. Yesterday an Armenian found his daughter, who hail been carried away by Kurds about a year ago, In the Mm near the house f a Turkish bey at Karprw.i. "the told a fearfnl atery of maltieatment. The Kurds kept her at their tamp In the mills for six months, and then sold her to the bey. Sheasys that many Armenian women am slaves In the baiems of the Turks. The famous prison of Millbank was vacated on Sunday. Pmtr years ago It erased to be rtid as a convict estab merit, and It has since been used as a place of temporary commitment. It Is now vacant altogether, llottpell, the forgrr: the Tlchbofne claim mt and oilier noted criminals have been In matisof Millbank. Tbe marked protectionist policy of the Spanish Government Is rinsing much uneasiness nmonc Spanish mann fscturers and property owners, the duties on Imported coal btlnt made double the former rates, nnd the ex pott duly on iron and copper It-sing largely Increased. 1 he Turkish authorities In Mace donia have arrested fourteen persona on suspicion of having been connected with tbe murder of the Greek Pope, Stojan. Four of the persons arrested died under tho judicial examination and the torture which attended It. Lord Salisbury's surprising chnngc from an extremely warlike to a very pacific nltltude toward Portugal about three weeks so Is now believed to have been promoted by Information enn vcyed'to (he Premier that Portugtl owed the Barings nearly one million pounds, the loss or denial of which to Hint house through hostilities between Knelsnd nnd Portugal would have pre clpltatid the collapse of that great house. Advices from Coren by the wav of Pekln state that the brother of the King of Coren, who was arrested as the leader of the recent conspiracy to mur der the King, bus been put to death, and his bead ixp sed tin the chief gate of Seoul. A dlspflich from Vienna says tint Russia has agreed to bear the expense of Increasing the efficiency of the Mon tenegrin army and that the principality is xlttti'illy a Russlnn province. Word comes Troin India that wolves are rnit'lng tenlble devastation In the cerittnl t rnitnces. One pick of eight wolves lilllid nnd devoured fortv tur ons who were engaged In wntcMnir cattle. The victims were mostly cltll dull The wolves nte them, but did n t touo'j the cattle. The object of the government In In crerslng the pay of tbe Metro.i llt in pullet Is to counteract the effect of the ex-Commissioner Monro's article In the "North American Review," In which the writer severely nrrnlgns the govern nitnt for Its extremely shabby treatment of these hard-worked and faithful pub lic servants. It was feared that the publication of this exposure would cost the Conservatives a considerable num ber of votes In London and to giurd against such n catastrophe this tardy concession to the just demands of the nun was determined upon. The Inllu i ncc of the police is quite a factor in London politics and It Is not Impossible that the nctinn of the government In their behalf may not only prevent any Tcry loss on sccouut of disaffection among tbe officers, but actually result In the gain of one or two seats. Dr. Paiker, the noted pulpit oratorof the city temple, declared In an Inter, view to day tbat Mr. Parnell is bound to retire from the Irish leadership since bis private character has been smirched, as the Liberal party would lose a very large support among the non Conform ists if it should continue to affiliate with a politician who openly seta the law of God and man at defiance. It is stated that Cardinal RampoUa, the Papal Secretary of State, has re quested tbe Irish Catholic bishops to come to Rome on January IS for an important conference on Irish matters. It is not known whether or not tbe Par nell candidates' bearing on Irish poli tics will be one of tbe subjects discussed or not. I'ropoacd 1'oner-llauaa, It is reported tbat the Wasbingtoa and Georgetown Street Railway Company hag purchased the square lying be tween Thirteen-and-a-balf and Four ttt-uth streets and D and B streets aad will erect thereon a power-bouse for tbe proposed Fourteenth street eable road. Mr. AlllaOR Nallor stated last evunlng that all tbe property in the square ex a pt tbat on which bla livery stables statu 1 had heea sob, but to whom be would Rot say. Tbe amount paid for the other lota ranged from $3,800 lo $t7 OOtf, asd negotiations are bow betog madtt for the transfer of Kallor's attbles lo lh uBbsowB buyers, who, it U aabl, refuted lo slate for what purpoee they warned tbe property. Tba UoproHmblo HlOal Tuner. The stockholders in tbe Ktffel Tower eRterpilse are finding blue just row 1r coRcequeRce of the steady iHuitautaoe of Iheir receipts. Ir tbe staeoa now ekoaiag ttsB.tt&b fraace were tokaw to. The coat of keeping the tower mm was aOU.UUl fras, mJ 390.UUO wore wessi sswst for reptile. Ntxt year the assail psotHs of this year will be wised out, it M eapectad, aad a rnaahtorabte deafest will appear to place of it. Ia view of this mohabimy. lttS.teai fauses wetst re served for future uee f row the produ of the esWUtlfOR year. ew 1 calutM la ttJttvtM. The DsMrheai of Purttoad is rti parts Ue. go tbat Kagrtah fasiikw tMlhuHtief say. for the retuxa to Use chiadgayto of drawbsg the glove oarer uWatos. Th is a certain ptfliisaeqiw taegauea to tide Rtothod of waaHea- gtoves aot to he other wiast obtainiBd ; a giove aesudatMy lieeienaal fur such ear, aat dhferlRg from the Rtouaquctaire that Bmmkm& yeareafoso trewitod. ha beest chrigtoRRd that DsiL-h of FuttUnd. It esuis to ufifsn ph airi wnf gauotief ydJccji 4RsthRr rssw feature to gluva is lJg buttoos uf exactly tow unfT ahadr u tike hid. liua atoR bHthei glove ace Rosy bsotajht or to to tatodM as wU at to that tod to which ther weae excluRiveiy wsmitiRl ca thadr Arat apeuaace. A Poar runiwioton. oa itorjaT Aasa. Daahaway-i have faUsto toto thai had WaUt of talhtoff to satf Uatstar- Clevertoa I Titagiiamd Wjr you iJlooig so boaed- OSOmmi. tkl aad tsjMMsasMae TSMMSftO. dVVtdW lAff iJMailMdsMiaHf sJsWMtf. ' KeataaatchlevRff has." "Whatt ' "That woataa who thtoks aha as Hslarnry has tear i led ih aaaa who thinks he to a goo d ccok IH WALL STREET TO DAY. A retllhr er OenBilerree rretaits- faitwa rtererTii. Jsw To, Mov. Ifl Money ll H11 thjht at 8 fT cent, bid, with no o. Ksehnut gtey . posted fatt. 4J W; Rctnal rstes, I7tw? t7ft for (W day, anrl Mfte?,4l for demand Gotwrttmentu steady, rnrtwrcy fls, its BM; 4', coupon, 12" Wd; 4a, ., 108 hM, OhMf a from Loudon l'weetvwl befot the opening of the stock rmk kw here stoterl that nil ccurtttes in Ltmim hsd declined heavily, AnwItJM most of all. This market otpetmri twy weah and feverish. Prices declined from 1 to i per cent, in the first fsw minutes. Th greatest declines were In Jersey Central, Jfir'h em Pacific preferred. New Torh Cm tral. New Knglaml ami Union Pacific At II o'clock a recovery of l a per cent from the lowest figures had been established. In this honr to mon the market was dull but steady. The cables from London were more reas suring. ll was stated that all Ims discount houses hat been secured and also that Cl.OnO.QOrj bad gone Into the Bank of England on balance to-day. Prlcis steadily hardened until noon, when the early decline was almost wholly recovered. There were no failures reported from any pntt of the globe. At lids writing prices are aliout the same as yesterdsy for the same hour The sales for ihe morning were lBV CO0 shares. Iomlon disnstebes announce that pttces In Ihe slock market there were weak In the early dealings and con tlntiul weak during the greater part of the day on a number of disquiet ing rumors, among them repotts of lm rcndliiK failures, none of which could be traced. Fears of a scarcity of money nt the next settling: day for stocks also helped the depression. London, Js'ov. 11). After having ap proached panic prices the stock market closed with a better feeling nil around. IN THE PRESENCE OF HI3 WIFE. A IVell-Known Mnrj-lnmlnr Stint noil Killed HltiiMiir Baj.timoiik, Md., Nov. 19. Mr. L'e Webster this morning shot nnd kltled himself In the presence of his wife nt the residence of William Renslmw, 1301 North Charles Mreet. Mr. nnd Mrs. Webster enmo lu from their country home ycslorday, nnd last night Sirs. Webttcr went to tho theatre with Mr. Renshnw, returning home a little nfter 12 o'clock. Immediately upon tho en trance of his wifo nnd Mr. Renshnw Mr. Wctister shot himself. It Is said that Webster bad been drinking and that he was In llnancltl trouble. He beloiigid to one of the host famlllm In the Stuto. BAPTIST LITERATURE. ijumn VlflTK nn It by lltrlnes of That De nnliilnntlnn. "The Individuality of Btptlsl worship and Immersion," was the principal subject discussed at the morning's sea slon of the Baptist Association, repre senting eleven churches In Ihe Dlttrlot, at the Metropolitan Baptist Church, corner of Sixth and A streets northeast. Tho discussion was unwit tingly pteclpltated, as be said, by Rev. Dr. J. L. M. Curry, formerly of Rich mond. Va , and was upon the report of the committee on Bible nnd tract distribution, consisting of Rev. Drs, C. C. Jlcador nnd S. W. Green anil O. W. McCullougb. That iwrt of tbe report relating to tbe distribution of Bibles nnd other Baptist publications was amended by striking out tbe word "other," after which the report was adopted. Those who p tlrlpated In the very Interesting discus sion were Rev Dr. J. L. 31. Curry, Brother A. 31. Clapp. Rev. Dr. Stake!, Rev. Dr. 3Ieador, Brother Richards, Brother Thompson, with Dr. Curry at tbe close. Dr. Curry said he did not believe In tbe Old Testament aa a Baptist book or that Christianity was prolonged Judaism. Brother Clapp was In favor of estab lishing a stock company for Baptist publications in the District. Dr. Slakely said tbat he did not be lieve tbat baptism was tbe most Import ant principle In Baptist worship, but tbe regeneration of church membership. Dr. Meader said tbat Baptists do hold distinctive principles independent of all other beliefs. Brother Richards said tbat Baptists wear a distinctive badge and asked if you strike out that distinctive badge what are the Baptists ? Brother Thompson said "tbe Baptist Chuich was the oldest la the world; It Is tbe Church of Christ, Christ was baptized by John the Kvangeltst, aad tbe Baptists were the founders of free government in this country." A reciss was taken at 12 JO to 2 p. m., at which seaaioR the reports upon the uniform isauine of letters from oae cbuich to another, aad upon tempor al ce, were discussed aad adopted. At 7 o'clock Ibis evening tbe closing sessloB will lie beul and tbe report upes education will be coasidered. Itav. Dr. Curry, who is secretary to tbe trus tees of tbe Peabody eduealiaaal fuad. will deliver aa addreas upon the sub jeet. Dr. Curry was Minister to Smbs wader President Ctovetaad's adwlaU tratioa. An Icaorut Uaoslilarauoo. JSjja tW .taaaricea Qrettr. Weeks I' at afraid Bsowr to aot very steady. I doa't thtok We will stick to bto total Real. Weatasaa Oh. yea h will. You forget he is woAiag to a flue factory. Nine Out of Ten VmKM mttU hat etten h i a atta ur jr !., facs, &afl jfmi iMMlfttUf iw fUJffcV &J ttAsWflaiktti ID It QjQit MdjajMafaajy aj M&liZaJ ttfetii WB ldVh tJMht JstfcaM' djMaWsVUttai sUsMUsM, saeh as asweehsla aad "oamiewfitaa. are ry sacetofoMowtf tae taeaMsia aotaMwated. Caiasab ettotoatea to tasaarisis fas tt Mood aad Hwsisea a neaaStratinaal rasssaf Hae aud'a aaraaparMto tueRanl ataoronat uuse "I bt baaa a suaerar laoas fatarrb rur a ucd asar i . i ui4 mnr easwi taiac I beard U aad aiau aaaaj dif ureal pai- taaksarttaod'a aaraawssMia. wddeh Iaasaow aatac wtti aaud taaaiaa, I eaa sarnaaiaanil f ' o ajppaia aavaiBHBp m naja sBTnFSMaRaRRsaMHSS tt aaartUjr to aU. assac eoaadaat that is u a aood uaakdne "-Xaa. 4. B. toraaav. ftstahl aW. Hood'f Sarspsrilla old ftf alt anutas- M. si tor S. Pnt patodualyhjCI MOOittv ,LoaU,)faa Ufl Mill tail Oaaja ttllan aa dBBBaaaBBBV aaaajr bbbbbbbps FOR A KAaiNE BOARD. iwpatt er tn remmitiew nt Oflleiars r ln Trerr. Tire committee of TreamiTy oflWafs appoffrrert to corrtitrer the recomtiwn mttloiie of tire Unlton States deiflAto to the International Matlne Conferetw conceralnt the establishment of a ma rine boanTundcr the Trwwury Depatt ment baa made a report to Assistant Secretary Srmtilding. A bill to eatabltah the board accompanied the report. The committee does not agree with the recommendations of the Marine Conference delegates that fire members of the board should be experts in m it ters relating to tire merchant marine, and lhat an admiralty lawyer, the ch ilr man of the Sensie Cmmltt-eon Cm meice aed the cbalrmm of the Hme Commlttrt on Merchsnt tine ail FlshnieS shrrnhl be ex ofllcto mem'iers The hill, a draft of which Is sub mitted for transmission to Congress, provides that the board shall consist of one of the Assistant riccretarlea of the Treasury, who shall be ex otncln chdr man of tbe board, to tm di-aignitwl by tbe Secretary of the Treasury, an I me following named officers who shall be ex officio members: The chairman of the Light House Board, the Supervising Inspector Gen eral of Steam Veeefs, the Surgeon General of the Matlne Hospital Service, tbe General Superintendent of tho Life Saving Service, the Comrnls (incer of Navigation, the Superin tendent of the Coast and Geodetic Sur vey, the Chief Hydrogrnpher of the Navy. None of the members of Ihe rwvtrd shall receive any additional compenst tlon by reason of any services performed tinder this act, but shall receive mile age at the rate of eight cents per mile when traveling under official orders. The board Is to meet for organization within sixty days from the palfe.ige of the act, anil thereafter it shall meet on the first Tuesday of January, April, July and October of each year, and at such other times as the Secretary of Ihe Treasury shall direct. The board Is to crant hearings to persons Interested In the merchant ma rlne or mny examine these persons. Tho board Is to collect nnd publish informa tlon, to recommend to the Secretary of the Treasury the distribution among the Treasury bureaux of tbe execution of tho existing law nnd to make an an nual report for transmission to Con glees. Dili Not IVant a Character, Bank President Whatl You come to mo for n testimonial, when only a month ngo I discharged you for dis honest ' Kx Cashier Yor, I know, but you sen I nm applying for n place with a Western real estato agent. FOR THE DEAF. OwIbk to tt,it iib euro nt nwny from th nlty iluriiu ray rwwi.t llt to WmntnaU) i, I bare arranartl to grant tlieli reqtteai aa I will again bout nra National Hotel 8.TUltnAY, NOVKMllKIt , full S p. m., and should b ilastl to mat anr wtHiaintBterexte'l In my invention fw tbe relict of diafneM. IT. A. lVAM'.fl, llrliluciKirl, t'oiui. IS St FOR A GOOD SHOE SISIT Wilson & Carr's For an Easy Shoe OO TO WILSON & CARR'S. We oorrr tbe Beat Use of Pateat Leather bboea for Ladles aad dea tlmea at St a pair at Wilson & Carr's I'liHliloiiublu ,Mioe Men. So, pas f Kritr.irr jr. tv., Waihlsstoa. D. 0. BALTIMOKE STORE, 4 ami 6 r.HT HALTIJIOltt: STHKKr. 140 LOTS -IX- TEN DAYS. l'liPltKCDIiTEU &1LXOF LOW AT T Fwswrlv Knowlaa. on ta Uaa of tfaw Itaiio HuiUaM tnmek UlimB.XQ.IL.lt. The Moat BaauUful Plana oT HaaUeaeaAboaX tha Vitj s( Waaaiastua. Tke luta at Kaasaaa-lon rart ace Mag sold rapidly. iUukj ut oar baat ofiiaaaa haTalakaa two gr aura. Way I Qra4a4 asd aaaaam lzad atracu, paraa saltan aoanl nl4wlk, Ua aui Uaa-tMUUM on avttr tot aa4 aa inaUcaoaa axa avkkaBeaa U pwmaasnoy aad ataWHItr- Aasoag recant ynxcaaaaca ata M. Wataar. who aaa takes aichlaaa tuts ad ia aww cnetiaf a iVJUX) hoiue. wUek wUl cat a in add It a to Uu uany baaimrol raai dasuwa thaia, Mr DuBol. tsa watt-kauwa vataat aUonuNT. baa iun.'aaaod Utaaa luU; fcataftir H V looker, two lota. S. B. Clark, two lute. Mr TraaadttU. aeit Uata; B P QU kcrt.U L. WoUte. O I MltcajsU. W. S. walflBowa au4 iapttUrliaViat at ttaa altjr, wuTakurtlr SuUa a TdzMatoia at tha Fak The coaiiati aa beca aluautot tha aiaetiOB of a baaJU&ui 414 at tha Park Parttaa baiuvc at Kaaistoa bv tmrilUa SMifturiTi tfeat wlMttavar swaaw and aaaasy will ao'inwpHah waea ,iiMaad"aaaU ba oaa irlfeuttd to taa MuttMof leaaiauai aad Wis it to tac front rank of all suburban tha ratit payiaf naopia and Uujaa aai a b.w .i.r. to tutrm ia j Juat a word Doa't let otatioar kraidawwout aesiail Sahad a alas fur a Snout or laj tfca for aafv aad wood hsraatssttat ' Uu- CaJu to aa aa at aca. 8at Hwiaaaaad Its BtfBSJoilou ttJm&StZ IgjBBB shsass iaat Mus os iha BBsSiad aHMa oMtfjiassaiis wUl UM.i.wipa.riT nartta to CtFTraa-porUUuo traa EastBfday & Haldeman t.AMUUL MAXAtaJUU. UUttF STKEtr. iu lu. KENS1NG PA auua nwpuaw BriSknSK t bHAVOB'S GRASD OPKItA HOtmR. Xmf Jtfwtnit srartrwa Jiatardsr srtm.n MACKATK f cmattonal Drams, MONEY 7VfTKQ rwsr this Ptrrcttnn rf J w. nn r, rfrsot fnrm ths standard Tbarp, TXfif T-v t t'J OP TS STHm t 9rV Y"K TM MMTAt WiTri ariMR a TRirtsrw or srNir niei,tsM. A ttnnpiy of Rxreflent Ar:lt t wctk WDJWJ9SJAR C Mtr ortlRV oft. ro "A f iTfitriiT ir t r -jaWATrO!ShtBATBIt-''Ms Tees. EMMA JUOH Grand English Opera Co, TM lWSDNKaDAT Krelrte. likbarit Wa nn's Mn-I s Drafh. LOHENGRIN. Mm Jrc-H Kia. TbarHaT-WU.LIAM TFLU PMa7-TBR PLYINO DUTVHM S.V. J CCIl Bent A. Saturday Matlnsw-FAVST Satimlaj BTtilnit-THX BOHKMIX Otnr, .- . . ,nc as Arllrip rrtlCBr?.... $t, Sl.50.ll andSOTenta wwts rn ral at bos offlc-e 'extwk-TilSaRBAT HKRMANr. H A I11I1S' BMOU TltRATKB. Wnk cypmnwnclna .Monday, Nov. it Tha MfRhtj- Monarch ot the Amusement World. Tbe One O eat tt Mrl- ncc, Kelson's Gfeat World Combination. Text weik-ltBLD 11T TUB BNRMY tr t 'S NRW WASHtNOTON 7I1KATBE.11TH8T Tilt"? WKKK-Ladles Matneo To morrow. PEILLY & WOOD'S New Classic Vaudeville Company, ,J .'.inn. i.urii.i, I.IKIM (I.AItltir.S E0 Cats. 50 Mats nnd M Mtc Next W eek Jam Derere's Own ConiMir n-dr CtLOHK 11IKATKR WKKKOJ-MlCTOnttl f K. Matinee Monday. Wclneday, Fn ilny nnd Saturday (IRIRVRS nt'RLRQ(7B CO The Clmmplnn l-HUltt KirKKIII-l A OldANTlQ HfRrlALTr lit. rilUOATIUNAt.. LANGUAGES. THEBERLITZSCHOOLof LANGUAGES nsiltb Strt NorthTO't Ilwt and tmt IVaatlcat tn'truetlon TRKMH, 1(J. Itraaeeff In New York. lt,ton. I'hlUtel pbla, CbbMao, Carta, ttarlln. Ui doit, etr OcttMf ACADKMY OP TttK ItObY CROSS. 1S1 Mass. Ave.. Affords OTery facility fur acqntrlnit ath ,r oHRtiKluoatkm In literature, ruuilo and art. The tnitrumentt taugbt are tano, barp, rlo lln, guitar, rsandolln aad banjo Linmaxei, Receral vooal, drawing and fancy work free. s.ly , KAUVILLSTIIBOLOOICAL SCHOOL, MeftdTllle, ra. Bdaeatea for theChrlitUn Ministry Kco-n rest and tuition free. An entrance fee of tx for son, baat and oare of room. All expenses moderate. Terra bealaa SE1TEMI1BR 80. Addreas REV. A. A. LIVKftMORB, D, D !Ttidwit.MealTllle. ra. pUTOBIfS COLLBOE ritKPAHATOUY SCHOOL, New DruMwtok. N. J. Beard lag Saboet far Boys asdYouae Men. Prepares for the beat eoltegea, scieattno seboafa or tntlaaas. E.U.COOK, A. M.,rh.D,. tlead Master, OT. JOUN'S COLLBflK, Anna poll. Md. ttlat se4n aossBieBeea 18T11 SE1TKM DKlt. Bight SefartBnu aad tour coorsee of study, Usrfcllaga heated by steam. Terms sederate. For eatalogue address tbe presl " ' THOMAS VKVU LL.D., Ph. D. T INUBJJ SEMINARY, UtUr, Pa. Asebaoiteryesaa'Rlrla and youBg ladles at Lltttz, Laaeaater Coaaty, Pa. 9Ttn year Asafe.aeasfertahia setool hooie; tborouuli Betbeda; aarefaloTentabt of thelodlrldaat pa41; adr&aeM aaarsas or atadr; very pleat aat loealtoa; Mean heated. per year. w 7KLLatXLLWIE POK WOMEN, Aurora, Cayaaa Lake, X Y Three hdl soars as of study Loattu: heaaUfal aad healthful. A redned CbrUtliii home. ewhttil)law readr aext September Seattea baaias ShPTKMBEtt 10. law. ber 1 B. 8. FsUaBBK. D D. Prio, i,al Y EAThai' 8JsyfOTK, Laaaaetar, Pa. Tsm Iter. MOsflSMMIBSY 8 HOOPER M A Maud Ms alar. Foot hoys reed red mnialiars af the haad waiter's family at ateeaat Itiare iw two vacancies Mr Hooper has seat bofs la Harvard, Yale, Prin.et,. n. Cotasbia, Laateh, Anaerst, Trinity. Wc Poiat, AaaaaoHa, e., aad has nut tad a ca data for sdwlsatfin rejected. 71 1 1MB iUU-J aCUOOL KOK oIR! -' atassford. Conn aUhUabadiaMfta, Prepares for ct ee Uaielaad hnssa. Tha asatbod by whi htL asaalaJ la!tthss aaa educated ill be fu.iu 1 ha Mm warn asusaost of Mies Ait:-n' pau Isalat osi ojsBsssaaatad Attantloo' iuv Mady. lor sate at Bsnaliino'e, 5 Xua aaru, KwwYotk. 11,1 Ue sUYdJUSV UHTt TK. :, Conn. A Mosuahal tor airla and Yur La I Sussber of boatB aaittls United to t wi i r la Mojio, Art ai.d . r Pleaaatgrujcli Meaitbiul hjeattoa. PupUa boaiied itru . Mm sassier (seats. 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