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THE DAILY CKITHritI)Al EVENING, NOVEMBER 28,1890.
Ttitc Daily Critic B)MR XINIHU OMfcfl: 4ft fi rrxtftt NOfttKWfttf. WAeWBWWil' CTTT. 1VC. 99MM Of gtJ9rmpkoS. 3 B WWW pttW. 1 yea- ! imomh. . .. m SWtwe Is tftteRr.t month f MU CMlttC, ts ftgtreet. ttasMngres, D. C. WAMllrtw, T. C Sot. ?, tfJW. To OrBit.tRM Is buck agalrt III SeW York gfter ett esiefttkd tour In wrt wftii Ms frfevd -tons It. tfcs 1amo. Hretr original rtesttaatloti 5tely whew Mr. no rtssos ha mtlct ol fcnpottant business Irons w. Utttt it view, but Tom soon tfretl ot lfcj Cfetftfttleudttie gatlte and trie apscfcettl of Sunny Italy. t say nothtn of the Jit, and fell back on l'arl, where the ptrftfge reminded htm of the Hoffman JftmwainUlw wines of Jons Cnflin MS'e, lie returns to the I'nlted States Sttftntert with patriotism and loaded to i tin gunwales with aneedores of well IttMivm Amertceoi abroad. Among other things he says lbat;Mr.Vttrrnt. t w Kimi pays $27,800 a jrat for the rent of hie house In Paris, that sum being 110,000 In excess of his Mliry a, Mtn kttr. When we add to this the cost of Maintaining an establishment In whir h then we thirty seivsnts end countless Moms end enuipages, end where there hi A coMtmi round of profuse ami mag. nttcent entertainment, it will be teen taatJlr. Hem's expenditures must be on a princely wait. He ties much that In pleasant to ssy about Mr. I.wcoi s Mttt Colonel l'ni.t). On vat, ami es pcclally about the lattcr's sister. Mm. SaITTohis. of her ho stys. "VVilh'her I w daughters ami her 1:1 year-old son the spends lira fasntonahle season In a wegntfloent bouse In tbe moat fashion v Me quarter of London, ladogan Square, that U pronounced as If It were spilled C'eduggsa. Sue also hat a Hoe country place. I dislike extremely much talking about her private nffilrs, bw; as It le well known that she and her huttnnd do not lire together, ami at there h.n Veen many surmises which are c iptbte of doing her wronc, I wtll s peak btftrtty concerning them. Mr. S.vrtoms It not a pleasant kind of Individual, and Nkllir found It out trUter oust withla a short time nfier sliu b id married hlto, eut that dtnive?y n one of the gre r lie's of General Orvxt's litor life. Ills conduct In later year lieeatne such tl al Ills wife ivntd tv.it live with bitn. Without goiug Into the f qtiltlea of the M'Mer, th- jiwitii'M f Mr. SautohiV lollkn can iallv Im. tilgeI (torn ibe conduct i f ber f,iihr-m-la f. t to the time of bl dirtih tbe nlttpr SAintiHti km a devoted friend an. I ad Milrer of hi A merle in daughter-ladit. tA by the ternu of lilt will Nki.lik Gnamt it no a very rich woman, liv ing In a houMi which cot B 10,000 and enjoying an annual Income of CT.300, while ber hutbantl tecelvea a liberal nl lowance only, which ceasea with bl death and revuli to bis cblldren. Mr. FaMToitikie a fmiueat and weloiwa guctt at 3Iarlboro llono. ami once hi two weeks she dlnea with the (jL'Kc.x, which it U tedlas for me to add M a UWHJUClion ctuutriou upnn ib ptf pie not of royal h aristocratic birth, j However, tbe Colonel will soon visit Washington, unless he cbaagei bit ' wlBtcr babiu entirely, ami we shall be ir I urn blm directly on many matteri not yet imparted to the Nt-w York gossips. ! Tkom OKIaHOMA uwislatou must be In tialning for Congress. WMKtHMK Tim Xew York Ihruld't Pension Qroce stories be true or not. it hi an alarming fact that our pension MM, grows with each year. Though tbe war eswti to an end more than twenty ire years ago, and though the age of should now be at leatt sixty-live years, , the numbers of tbe penstooew show a steady and vigorous growth. Initea-I f ieasfttiag with the passage of time, the amy waxes apace. The ohl soldiers seem to havedtaeovered the fountain for which PtiKCK me Lxox sought and to hae quatf ed deeply of the wales of eter nal lite, Uadoubtedly ooosetvatWe pio ple have soma reason to be aUtasad. I lit neiutan list t ontiaues for the nax. Sifbt ,r tea years t swell lu the same Miiw H ha maiataiutd sinee ls, noi m Iko wealth of the tabled Orloat will m,& to answer demand.. hb DeMSMHATk raaOT saay bavt cirdtf tbe hue at KM-enseisu-tlug. bus th liepublieajs patty s'U has MhtJtesaw AM ikTEBgeruw rontroveisey hi go lM Ml & x OofttsMr Km-umu HP PiPniVBs onjnni AsiV ssnvgmV gn' n" MMejiiwi, avas aeretag hU aawUr M Twrik AamsMoi of the Tsenaury. fr. ymiAH'i clalnM thai the liieslais hag lass tbe eosidesHa of the pie by Us aogtact of those i tfeo dintsibatias of pajtraiMgo, whiht H. tiKiM, a eosaead man himself, appear ta think thmt the A-issUiainaiao has eghibstsel mi only Uheeeiity hag veey hMbgONr of sitae in igoh- dlehrihMisonv ppmg pMPpP Re " pgpw a ff Jppm iiaw. t Gat. to i4V bk ggoa; goiAler. ahpniejiet teJU twefcey. " PeV msin mp ay ngpnnny pffe MnPnv'V g gHflpeplP gp5nn-snff ofinsny flffnnnnnnnnnnnnnp ennH gvm tTa4a Jctte. f a theoti. Tteabe lento hoar Mi titt nnMooaUv oeMod saMawiof hs Kaaaasfity, eji KMl trbtie iho raiirugd cwry- hlf Mm sfewk a tine We eau of Unai- Inllgflftg tho Sofe yajde araaii a eMl- MPvinisW't wmi le Uauiurfe "tif1" Igul thA 4fViUjP sbW BWWw WW MF iinnnynjppnnnnnnm IIMbeftiligYiMksVwiiN, mk ikM ah aiaghid "" held the 4Hawe wans sop w ,'"'" '""" m M -ys-1 HTf 101 llMMIllsV' Mnt iPBiP mepggpnnon owpv npi-mw sp mv wt PPHWWjjp PWJp w so w weonns HpMCr P flWw gRP hsknWanW A ViaV Aft tUatftsltaatalat ike atusue awi the ptup-ise of these rt'tilp fhrtt Ihfyliii sti intori 'i ' 'ind in unworthy motip t.ct tho ro-tnt htire the facto T TttKRR to f a ftefiMeratir fo cmor of CoMtcvfcttt t hwt? ftre Trmrrats have for years fcewn tlwg a plurality of tfce wtt. btrt lh eter-Wow lat thre an so riotously lagenln fhat a JtrpubuVa tjfovernor has tfttsrlt My bwi the renlt. tt will M M i fercfrKhg fWiwle to see Coaweetfctn fHk a rjovethnt who got the most rofw. 5f ft. Ia t3ot i n treiilcs tbe report that hftweW gbMinr for Mr. Jons ATass MattKH. AH be did tw to tbrj a IwiuMfsht. Ttlto ictAinrsen attewtpt of Mr. TtdAtrligg of Net York 'o lritfod.e politics lt h World's Vrtlr. tly ob- jewing to the ttsfetsnen proffered by the Xh itftHlHCht of State, wat promptly fqucrfherl by tfco nH arlvitil acifm of the Katlotia! Oommttrw under the lead of nnvrrnor W.ti.r.gg of Onnert it. IlKPttMtCXTATlvg ItoWRt,!, the t election demoostfates thefffediy of ibeeasrtment of the HiTwiH.-tJAVBX-rout tyoimK Klecttoa btti. Iseoreeeata tlve MowM.t. eras hot returrwtt, Trt I'mi.AORi.riitA Wvf last Sun day put a scare head over a three- qttsr Irrcoinmn article announcing that "tkrlatnas is Coming." We haven't tbe attirhlest doubt but that is Important news In Philadelphia where the efs grows In the streets and the domestic animals wear bells. Ttih MMMAt! rhtxtc Is spreadtne. Tbe Indians are dancing from Dikola to ArirotiS. lint it la greatly feared that Uncle Sam wtll have to pay the nlper. Dri VKhsATtt.it contemporary, the Ifcw York Wortd. does not appjar to have vertfletl Its big three pace sensa tion concerntag tbe llfgpil dlMtOvery of CBAnt.BT Rom Tin- Iwreawd father denies tbe "ftod"' and refuses to be com fottetl. tineas again, neighbor. TtlR lltKK tK JtAHt. timolol! ltt beett at Glasgow. Vs., for a few data, lie liked the place so well that be In VrMel a few thimssmls of tbe Ire Mr. IlAMKRt.K ' money In choice corner lots. It "sMtw" yestenlsy. PJIIiSONAL. Mrs. Dorothy Tennsnt Stsn'cy i two Ihibes talttr than ber hnsbted. iaidou 1 hh S4tv cste of cremation. Hesay: 'ButBcd' Itnritetl' tt will if fotd me great pleasure to be burned." lb tin l't-din fli d i-insi-lallon lit imi Mtltg "I'h. Afabian Nibt, lut Port l jMit-i- It tdtitnliiH iimm iiuvi-s f tli- uncertxtntv if truim- in hlirh ofHo-. lme. Harriot, widow of the Iste Oi.ual American dlctattr, has a mig nltk et oolluction of diamond Tlte guater part of tbt: Jwl w-re heir looms of the Kingdom of Guatemala. Tire murderers tinder icntence of d-sth ly elictricltv are now in solitary ci'tillnt-mt'nl to ln t?lujr prison Thy ate Cbatlcs Mcllvalne. JuniM Sl.ii-nm, Xlct'lo Tvks. Joseph Wood and Slbuya Jugito tbe Japanese. One of the three diughteri of John ). Kockcfellvr, while a student at s kar, bail a bsndtoniti allowanco in the wy of money fiom borne. Inste-Ml of (lending tbl on rlrb gowns ami npirt mntslir wld for two year tbe tuition awl t-xpentee of a girl from the r .utttry who was not ablu to iay them herself. Senator Ileertt's gtdd mine tbe Isrgrst In a urvup o mines near l.ad wood. S. I) . and is said to be tbe rich est lu the world. Three thousand miners sre empbiyid upon It. ami they tike out from $130,000 to $300,000 omy month. What is more, there U ore enough la sljbt, according to rtrunt estimates, to run tbe present stamp mills at tbe mine for the Bit twenty years. Kdward Kverett Hale suggest the a npoiatoK'nl In some leading university ot a "professor of America " who shsfl stsetl as an exmuntr of Amerk'aairf a Kvery good cliUcu is a professor tif Ameikauubbi own account aad'also an expounder of AnwrbMuUm, ami, what Is more, will fight f t it if it is necessary. A -ollgo profess r eouM baldly do more than that, but if a "professor of Amttrlci" is reiiulrtNl there Is nu oae better iualiiird than Kl-v.ira l'vetett Hale, Tbe folioiviD-aamed ilth Inltaas live in the i'uget Souml otuiatry, and their wealth Is in actual essh and the value of laad onsel by each: ifri. Juieph Djoetle, a fuU-buNHhal ladlua widow. 1340.000, Ohtis L-mghtei, ftW.UOf. Joe Uonits, f1.000; tfrs. J m C'.stes, flSOuO; Jonas Hianono, tg8,uuu. la adiHtioa to these thorn are ad. Indites living eleg the l;ivllun Itiwr who are wute from f iit.OOO vi fW.WJO eec. It it aeedles tossy that these Indians d u-m ctre kkibtr tbe ineasiah custas ur not HOTEL ARRIVALS. UXr..rJ.i WuTlTclUUr and w, J. KeUy. Xvrn Oricas.: WttUass U 4t eu, KensU, X. I : a. T. wish, Ouvtw. X. J.; L'. B. VM4uS vai wlfu, Cuiuiaba, Ue.; U. X. SVevrtsta, New York; WUHaas H. TTfflifir. gtebaiomi, Vs. JiaHun.d- V. Mesas and wifa, W If. Losshast and J- F- Mkaa. Pluur, ft.: H. ItsMeolTlsWafk, h- 4 i T. AU. rTiU itslposs; A. Gonoie, Tyfuo. fa. tu. juUm sisUttasso, MilsaetpUs: W. A. hUbcae, York, Pa.; U. a Fluent BbAis sb4 W. D Lotii, it , folmoWs, a i ; 8. W. rteand Miss Vrts Hr, "'& 4oo 8 isooa, tBartusttasosa. vs.: aptscer, BuUtio; a. Usrooer, oait :httMfftt Witiasft-TUmmr tacUogaiba, PoMa- MiAh: C'oosi i. U. KMwy wad sV U. Whttessw. Mtoouxi; J. W r. wi for. Mim I A. Uortrty: I , A.. J. Ofosae sM W. HeoJasvof , UasrWteMg. .; Jli. Ya de Ws, BtMassortt WdUm't. A. owaoaod M, JoNoeea; A. ji Ifaeee. CaoMtsp H. it. A Osshi. gosohoosa, htev 7ok. HWis I asaph - btorgsa, SMess, Xsor Yeeb; or a- Wttejpiws, lti- j. nouuoy. ocbatuo, vs.: a. i- ttu 4t9t -A K. A4sa. Kuw YurJt.- - Sul wad wuu, LMWU-uuu; . w. tu aad sale, abtao 4- Thura4tekd. JSuoe; B 8ue4, b'esiliii"Waet; aWuteor BmUJiri Killus. u-n- iUv. pn'wvpwlin' nsvnwq "sww wnpi' hjaijjrt)tir U dttdMfiW u,iwl VKlsW 3W frpfcs Wtsiner oMP tisiif flnWwe' ia. -Ut. sitg atas. H- 4 Otocsea. 5ms lock; Mr. o4 Mm. W, M Wmm ''-- ! atomo itM-IJ salu; MCr dMm m4 f . Shwo- OoK M- L. EtchU-j. ar iudd iiiAtnifc tfff-ftfff K Hols SOO VVtlttt', F.; J.swSoe. VOMtnr fcfajfc. 4JL.i JiM)lMl A Ijfauyya CgaiAiML. g T'oja po 'wwajpi'sp " MannmnjBnn -pwWtp wVpft ' ff "W flroWI flMnwnnjpnngnjn Ja edji. eftaeuM.il- f.; F. C. THE COMING SEASON. Thr rotnln? paon prnmtttc well In roclal point of vhW. The arena has hwft. o to speak, dented, Mr scenery and properties arc to positron and the cumin will be proily mug up m tfm. Already tn btrty hum Of the nvfee of preparation has been heard Hi a few - Iwt teas just to try ike spoed of tin? tntrle for th face fnt fatot awd fgsMot) These preliminary enters give otre sn oppottnlHty of notihg le She points ot the rfrfr'tMnrs awl tbe srgefng powers of tbe favorites of pfe'tlou? cfton,. Already the firM meeting of tbe ftnmblstic' Cliti has gtvefi an entertain ing sftd piiitrd impetus to ontd xr spr.rts. whll.' Mr I.tlfcr's tea. to be gtjH upn tbo rrrnion of the rtr'txt of a rtaufhter unl thr romikg here r.( Mrs. WlWlaiS of rhlladelphls, who is to give WtfMfttwiB sorl ty another rare opp-w-luftlty of hesflne h-r micnlflcent vito?, Will form tbe flrt Ue thtnit of the Win ter. The errlnlvc residt-nt clement, the btilTlant and patrician New York colonv. tbe Diplomatic Corps, the Senators ami Mepfwematlvc who go In fot soclHy, th- .fustier of the Supreme Court ami a tinmbtf ot oM and representative fami lies froth the South, with the nsttsl rklerstion from ibe rivlilred parts of the West, are all nwly for the business of being agteealde and scoring soelsl Sttccems. The perfunctory ofllclsl re reptions by tbe l'resblent ami his CtM net will, of comu form a pleasant mc tarular iffect from tlm to tlm and afford ample means of stndylng every type of American and visiting touriMs engaged in discovering tbe fascinations of life at tbe Ctpltsl TMK IMHAXS' ttKSSUH. A I'ttitput AHtHat Ihn tiirahrt'tlHn TinlmrHt of Uib It nt Mnh. AVftor Crttir; The Indian situation is becoming thoroughly enigmatical to tbe tntlte world. 'I tin (sr thetndlans, afire as tbey sre with the thought of the rnidy advent of a Messiah, have done 1 1 thing to c voke tbe storm of indigna linn which the nation, aftald of the In dlan. Is tmuritig upon them. They tie r.lste their belief in the personal coming of tbe Messiah. Kvery rliurcb In 11m world that ronfeMt-s Christ tearlint this truth, and mls'icnarlcn (nhite mon ami wnmett) bave for iar lwin among the Indian nsilors lencblng this vr ex pcctttl coming. Knw, the reed of our jitcaeblfK has borne ftult, nnd we, act ing in dlnct opposition to our own con fession of peace and love, send soldiers to threaten to kill and destroy if the Indian dova,not fotswcsr bis belief In Ibe Mrsslsb'n advent. General Miles aurcd them of bis Chi 1st I mi ialentlnti when be itermltled tbt m b lie told in answer to a xlmple chtenl tjui'tion fiom an InorTtitttf In iliac tlint tbey iih- t'biUtal'-x wo ild whale i, llo.it ..f th.m " Who II I the Chilflian Clturrb of Americi e e i lbi mmle of ' Christian olwHeiire? ' fn vlf, tco, (lie Inillsti nvui t It it h h not to t'o awsy with tbe wblu-folk; tlnil tie Unves "vcngosncelothe I, 'd ' lil"ut lu tl'o CbrlMlan i:i ii'il 'ki-lr tisi li) ttrgis us, as u Cbrlntan pci'iito. to Mtur i vrty ivbltnee of our h-it ,,f the ladUn in put Iifm upon a ' i- lb frtise. Xo bravit msn will bo sit vt down as t dog Who threatens muriinr new r "Thou tb stt not kill." What aro the Imllsns doing? What their ancentors, Ibe ancient Km In ills ts, did In thtlr worship of tbelr "Ancients of l).ys." This can be verified through scholar of lUsteru lore. The Indians tlmioe, m the Stiwkt-ra danc. as ibe Methodist armue tlielr idgbest emolions (vlbrn tioti) that tbey may Income iiugnels for Hie higher aimopbere of an dp ptosiblng spirit. Dsnelng "befote iho Lmd" It a cm torn that we who read our IMbles c innot condemn. If lids d toco Is a "dunce of death," it will be tbe tsultof the Chris ttanr not the Indians Have we lost all faith In our "cowIuk Messiah" IHU we must bastH, like wild beasts, t mil der tbe children who, at bast, expect. If tbty have not seen nor muIarsio.nl'.' Xt all This very day tbe AdvunUsts ate awake. Tbe world U, at cording to prophecy, peMrtd fur the oimiua MessUb. tbero are thousands ami thousands of people In the old Eitt ami Ibe new (old) West watching for tbe nisalfestatlon of a mesMncer. When mill a wave of thought is pw lug over the worbl shall we kill the eblld like Indian because be ssys be has seen JHtn first; Take hed. itteh' "UnleMye Ucome as a Hubs chill," remember' Mahir I.k Hicix. NOW THE MONTHS WEIE NAMED Tbat Kaeh Nmuu McnlHiM unit Why bu UjIIimJ. In looking up the peculiar names Si vim eaeh of the twelve months of tbe year it becomes necessary for ua to gu heek to the old Homn, who haw i jioscd upon ui a f et of naaaca ao.il illy aa absurd a those which Iho k-ure-meo. tbe Scandinavians and ixs p plbi) to Iho week, says an esehaog. January is named from Jsaus, tbe god of doors and gates, because tbe mooth epoas the year, sowo say that be Is a two-fared gud and eoubl l'ok baeg oo tlw but vear and forward to tsseaa intr. Febtuary i from februo. to notify. Xattshwa ofiirlnaliy the grst utiotb. aod was named for Mars, the god of war. April i from aperiie, to open; heeauie the buds opes to tool moosk May k froi Main, a goddoss. Jgoo is fsooi Juno, the pstros of ejutrtaje, aod hi, thettfuf. the favorite ukMtih lit wtddioga. July was mimed for Julius Cwsot aod Attxust fwi Augustus Oossf. Otigl osMy Augua bod but thirty days aol Fbrui iweoiy aiao ia toe cooiotoo yew d iblity to U-suyear. ugu4U4 was iotd'Hi toot Julius' month soouM bave saoco days than his oo, thcrefoni iwolt h t'toos February ood sddsai u u Auust. S p sosoer. Uckaoer. Nosossber, Q ostker ate t tU4 beosose they wote ossgtaoMy the aoeeoitk, sight, ninth- aod troth Hioasha of tbe jeor- Too ssioes as ionpefoprioie aod rook miaoooion ew sppHed. UdniiaLi. QAMdKl tM Jm HhoknNh&U m tmtjonnnnsnon no1Mnoson oor ptuww 1 fffiffnT lttfto OJ JPcMMMo ' Itfaind twiflffll Mn BOnldBif I uwpwi tt'kh a&U) Mik akU mrlmiM AniaMil ACUA& veoj nnnow nnjnno oeni sppenio fF VOPIP "WP SBSW- WM!"I y NWwanacwe 'eweeesMoi Yst toy? i 4mnHnvHI Kk WHO lUdUjmulllU: 9L fcf I it ui. 4 ttoV H iioMT nmwsonoT touoW h wnmnnp Bff""?? WLh koMul lEHMfc edfiUMnlnMa wf flBW 9tf '''aPfloyF i hnsg aoaaoke, IjJft&'gS'.' PW 9 w fl ww In i riiiiiii MaooV oWaflM ftna Mat jsesb-esvasas. WJ WPff "PW pPP flWWff WPJPmoF rff PfBw tVPP pgtJPP' w TUflupPWe Mas kntfHta mmkmtmmammaim nlunA ojsssn wwpv nnopw om" JtT "P Q rdocasoo vexeoa ism fluu-'j JfUitf. THE SCARE 13 0VI-.R-1 ALL 18 WBT, AD M WUH OUT Tbe wews us ctwwsi ioIb ieasHks. rrs-,Mri MaentitrnmfMr cmtewen the l'rav-rree nr two itraen- mwwtjrot irwifty ixi. ( WAH Nrn., Jfov. g8.Aoelsli mtlverl here ast nlgt t repwt ffcat sev ersl bnndrcl Indians from tlowsbird Agrnry huve crossed too Hm tftt Stbrasks, ard are now eweampwd on tlortoB Creek. In Keya lpn CrmMy. A wjirrier has tieen sent out from Stilwgtlewto lesrn the eoTWrtnesi of this report. At Pine UMge alt Is qn'et since Mitie Wound nmt his lieutenant eaifre Into ramp, and there If ml longer not outbreak an.Mna'nt IbOTO. It Is AW irobabte. thon?lt. that lie trnips will be removed for some weak yet or unlit the agent's am notify t ome more established and matters have as sumed their normal course. swifcST Wnti.McennY'a tntTtusws. Ur. V. T. MacOllllctrddy. formerly sgenl at tine lthlge, and (he liest poste-l man on Stout character In America, is at the Pine llldge Agency. Ho 1, there as an officer on the staff of Governor Mellette. Asked to dsy what be thought six ut tbe situation, the Doctor pre dicted an after-clap In the shape of an tnvtatlgation that would determine tbe mponMWHty for Ibe scare He did not rnre to criticise the conduct of any cf the saints, but did In dnlgc in some revere sttlctitres on tbe Indian Ititrean's policy. The practice of sending out Inexperienced men ss agent", be said, is speeially con dtrantd. The present Ironblo arose, first, l)ecatie the ilbrlpllne si Ibcagenry bad been relaxed; second, becsuw the Indians were not properly fed and pstlly In reuse the jMelah craite was a good r.xcune for a (temonstrntlnn In tlm inter ist of lighting the many wrong under which the Indian tsliors. Th lndim lis no idea of magnanimity, nnd be will bear wrona without inurmurtng for a lime, but it will alt ome nit some lime. This the Indian Ibireau dm s not seem to know. In lh matter of tief lstie. for InMance, the buresH roniiders a bcif a Ixef all tboyeat tonnd, but an snlmsl that weighs 1,0'K) poinds In Ortobtr will shrink iltirlnir the winter to 600. ami tbe boms, hmif,, bide and bontsdo not sbtlnk. It Is tin edible pot I too that lias evaporated. The Indian knows this. If iho Depiri uunt docs nob rn.visK ion i.trrtR woexn. Concerning Mttle Vouttil, of whom so notch Ibat is bad ltns been saM, Ir MinGlilbudy said bo was jrrfi"tly hi Bin aid ttnstwurihy. During the Sip lay Hull war Ittllln wound vaa mie of OiM'tai Crooh'i scitlte. aud was at wi.Sci niditetl fatthfiil nnd relUbte bin l?oad wt, a lighting huh with ."Itllrn Hull, bui since then hasabm donitftbc warpttb and ih a, good an Inclttti aa livts now HtiTiso net. i. ntsuroxsiuLK Wbal these men bave said about tholr sitiretlegs from hunger can bo d pirdetlon. Slttloj llnlt is mainly re poinllilo for the war that has iMitn going on. This old tdnner 1m, Milt a gieat InllueDco among his own po ip'e. anil lias spent all his energy to stirring up strife, lie relied on tbl Mf,lli crse toaid blm In Imlucinir the Sioux to revolt nest spriuu, when fornje wi utd liu pleiiij ami i banco fitr sutHua favorable. Hut tbe craste grew too fas' and tlieie Ih no hope how for Silting Hull's success. Tbe Indinns are not such fools as to Uke Hie wsrpatb with winter coming so ioon. Silting Hull tl.oubl be removed from tint reserva tion and tbe Government should adopt a sensible business inetbod of dealing with Die Indians. Ill STI.NO KOK X K'At'EOOAr At present tbe troop of (lenernt Hriiuke sre like tlm-o of ibe Klng.it Krance tbey bsve marched up tbe bill ard so must march down aguln. A that li now wauled Is to obtain a earw goat in whom to Uv tbu blame, aal Little Wound will likely tie tbU ono The wilt) stories that have been set slioat ate tbe work of parties whose money Interest depends on hsvlng troops kepi st tbe agency. Nm tlliure Aclot I'oV)ah. frvut tkt A'tw Ot mat n atNUkt. The vice president of the F teach Society Against the Abuse of Tobacco, Dr. lieoaseloy, has made a stMonseot to tbe Aeodemy of llnlklee that, alter eAbaustive stuily of tbe subjoet, mem bers of the society bave rooelmled thai twuikiog is the real cause uf Pianos' dvpopubilloM. Tbey do not ebsrisoit to the bigber edueatloa of womtin It to an alarming uoorlussun, lotliaiilna thai ibe Fieaek notion will end ia tmote. . MntMtiry Alt4 rmm 'UXtw rsr UdU. CouMkUoHvsw's your health. ld M. iiy the way, ti to tbu knot la j cur haodkoselssef loir JuMrVuWlUm! Thst is to rlal ue that I've kwuf all GotaiieibwrBitt you just ibis udaut took a drios. Jt,UlfebjwY o-a it'se is, I aeeo tt t that bom HU I toko out my kaaifcer chief to wipe my nsotttb Ur iHKttimt Ut l'lu, JFwm it ItvjpUo Vturttr. The iotm truss tokos in all the peto vifoi tooksia of seapteg gsphfanw. It wtUkovoocefMalif V&JMjm aoo will essbjy ott.ubb wJtkiosa ood iOA-M diiuuoors aui -unioni Wu.800 OMicblots o jer. )i ts to ntojte d-esbiolko sko with too WoUog twiM nun. Who ofeooog will tho wheel farmer of too Horthwes Imsvo w PP sgWPWWFW' PJ9W4PWV MtoiahNr (to oetiistly cUel bridoroaso) To ii' whsrc U lU itog ' Qm UiuufuJl)-b i MUisur truootoje ummut bUfiftgOM oro ouibrr) Tiie iimg Omeon ft ihlkottnir tkt aruflso of o wwwSTpnp idMsnoaoen", ojw to w ftiu&ftl I'M 9jk LkW MA i Bit iwlftt UUft llMA log Jb:vtd Tkut's sjl dfiix. Bit) UUtw mm bw we were vogoga- Ittflksi iM, rinbBsUA ir;oeunjnpoji op oiw iMMeMy wl.-b H0tutfiM4 Wot I bow m ids I 4 -ot ku oktottutr hV oko m g lu.i;0 or luoo l g t toe koM Koorv-Fl-lfea. then. bs ga onft iBPHP wBPPJHPoI elfirJIBIioWf ffliiV AllMttttAMflM 1rTWlWlsrff w W '"eepnwpujii kjaJoT UM. l&obaUftJtgai 111 WLtttMm it Mfit yKiJSm. I km WPflrW "PBFlPBpi M -" - UMBk in i upm nun -r- w vsmpiv tragi iaa MarHrnr ugniyL r.ODlD AND TRB 0NI9S PACIFIC rte t, SnrOtlseit i tn Ton or Wr. AMltS' AiTttriWa 5gw Yo, Nov ?t The TfPmnt this morning prints an interrrtw" with .lay Gonld in wbleh he rxptemt the iifmoil coorMefftc In the future of the r.wnrry and Its ra'lrosnt Interest, and iViiared that o-tnd rstlrad would I"w from the recent ftnam-lal IronblfS with bilahtef ptospects (ban ever. In (tr'wsr to a otteailoo whether there would be ant tnrthrr chanseg in tho msragement of the Union Pociftc, he rW "TTo further changes are cot ttmplited. Mr Dillon wilt devote himself to the building up of ttre prop el tv, snd his practical knowrege ami thoronth honesty will soon hae their efftct" lit reasrd to the addreot CiarleS Francis" Adsm In resicnlng the presl drncy, Mr Oould was somewhat mine tsnt to speak. "We did not see tt," ne sld, "until we were on the train oa oor, ret ii i n. I was surprised at the tone of It. tor when Mr. Adams name to see me let wtck he thanked me for mv efforts to itrenglhcn the company ffis state ment about the harmony in tho l.nl dnrlne his administration is not wholly comet. The fsct Is; as I understand, that the directors reslly knew very little about what the president was doing. The rosd has been run on principles that have never before been carried Into practice. The difference between the two president is very simple, b'tt very grvnt. Mr. Dillon Is a practical railroad man. white Mr. Adams Is a theorist. "Tbe cbsoiie In the msnagemeat of the Union Pacific Inenres harmony amrne Western railways and the forma tion of asttnnir association on the basis suggest ed by Chsltman Walker. It will lie Iho purpme of Ibe new assoe.lt tb n not go much to advance rtcs as to enable tbe railroads to get those notv supposed to l in fotce. Such an agree ment will preserve competition, for It will lend to give the little roads a chance to live, while the present method is driving them Into the control of tbe larger svMen.is. I tblnh every Stale lu the Union ought to pass liws ciwn pulling tho observance of an agreement on that basis. "A mcetlne of Western llitlroid r Ulcers will be held very soon, prob ably next week There will bo no dtlhVuIty In gnlnlnr Ibe co-oper iilon of Hie Horfluslon and Qulncy, or I ha It tc.C Island compsnles f bsve not Men Mr. Cable lately, but I do not think be will have any soriotn objections to the Hgrettitrtit that tt is proposed to mske. It will lie merely n ipteMtori whether a roml will be worth more in Or outside of the ntsoeistlon." in tegnrd to tbe money market and tbe general financial ittuatlon, Mr Gould was confident that the most seri ous troubles bad been passed. BIG railroad trust. Tint t)iiuiiHfl . iiimic llm IVetero ltallrmnN NfHrljr I'olHIi'rletl, Kkw York. Xov 38 The er-nt coiiipaot among tho western rallroal will lie exeeutrd within a fe All tbe rosils engageil in the through compettltre tratilc wast of Chicago wll be uartles to It. If there are any di seiilit g roatls tbey will Ikj dunltil tr rating ptivlli'gea iiutll tbey fsll tu lire Tbe compact In tfTert will Iij the tame as the old trunk linn pool. The ttilst tiaitle will m divided liiuonir the roads 13' percentages. A cletMing liotitt' will be established to which the busi ness of tbe roads will be r.-p Ttotl. Any road which conies more than Its per cesitaso will bsvu lo psy ovr tbu ok ctss to (be pool nnd suy rowl which falls flmrt of lis percenlitue nill have Its deficiency made u p. Culoreil To n clot Arruslrtl. Clinton ami Wulttr Johnson were Irckeil up last night, charged with be (rg drunk and disorderly tied ieUUiiic the officers. Tbe Johnsons lielong In a ciowd of colored toughs in Foggy Hot torn and have done time before. Tbey fought the officer when bi-Iag ir rested and also at tbe station. Hefoie Judge Sillier today it wt ahown that Walter Johnson bad just seivtd a term of eleven months and twtnty-ntuedsys for an atsault upon Oltlcer YiKle. DltJcer Keefn iild thai while Waller was in Jull Clinton worketl regularly aw canted no trouMe, bm when he came out tbey would drink loo much gin and aet into trouble. Judge Miller sent Waller In jail for six months and fined Clinton fS3. .laiU, III a Cub IHslloter, the cabmen ctHnplaia that there Uu wan engaged In ruining tbe cuthl'Hti REtl windows of tbelr valileles. He re iuets to be drives about tbe city for aa hour or so, and while maklaic tbu trip ho pulls tbe balr out of tbe eushioos of tbe teals aod scratcbee the glass windows wt'.h a diamond or glass culler. TU. taUuen have a very good decrioim of U;i wan, aod are keeping a Wdful l.t k tut for Lim. Tbe p-nics think from int t'iuiilio given tbut the .uta is tbe iswe uri wbosooieweekaagost-iati'hyl ;Ltr ;l windows oo Suvealh street. rLitwi in iu siiiiuu iimua. Jobtt Haias, Ouslave Hoynol'ls, Jotrpb PkUiips aod CbarWs Coooon wtie baviog a ThsakaeWlHs: Urk oo First stKOi. near M, jestetdsy. Otscor iijssftrd said toot I bey wra aiUog tt o wuek oosse aod advised ibm to go koeao. Tbey began to lidieule tu (tCcer aod afterward assaulted blot lit m4o a (Hottest call aod Uttouss Hodges aod Lyd eaioo to his aaslMatvM Tfce dbawderlr uartetto was locked up at tko riftk Mtok statioo ckargd i'ti affray. MU utMHr. Urest i netignioiiSI sale at ike b'w York L'tutbluj; Uouc. 311 beveotb street, uw Stao4 on, and wilt eoMllouo uotit tb eals ibipiutt U tultl. Uj hv intraetloM fuiiu lb uWBaOS lu illsisix uf Uli iiwiir tut-i, Ueliuru JMUsiy J Vu is juu 0u4:--WJ,UU worth of El ktl lustoai ClotUiitg Mog sold ut ! uso oiaooosetitfer's cuat Coli and sen los youxMOl tot ou ea al Jwuat SO in csot. so sJ UoUar uo tunwt at iU vtm sSMsnt sale. Ucie w law iti04 vajUS Wetit J wir mteoiiuu atilss of Mmm' Suits, ii: actual vlu, $u. to styhw kW teutts. tb. laeblOMoa- ton I ebttvloi. atu.L or cStaw: actiut vIim. M- Mr U)fa oults 4M, to curiw. (, (,bcrlu. Olsoboala sod tsssloii tan aetusi vinfjW. lights ouUa ok W.UwUi.1 la toots of tb Uiutt booorted fotvi, . tnuivt psico, ao tu a. m Moo's OVer etnUs, Us hen omUwo. ssMoyt. eto . 3; ttrUsai tstoswoU. olboiosouau.sM OetelrtsTsSool Ok.!0, K4UVMS- uuou, Urttgaodioet o:i; ewsi tJui. iM- KU-gsot For oaovcJk, khwratfiui , iUubUUs, Krrari, .u-. i M: uuwu HtUu t-tuK is-10 lWis'isi Ch04.vu , fiusUog to Um v witty. Mew'o gaot i, 2. fit $1 'i. .v ' V'r OSWlfc fcw ' hi it mm tuttuL-; IV.jj iu utod lost Nu Vtrk Ctuibhs IUuwj ao.rseiiaw ev SMtourut tb4i u ft itl t sesooemtos I tt s kMeftiuti ot4e Those 4m' tow Is gtv il tut tinHtiMwm of pwii-baset; ww riiaOiiiii J if iijiiimtfiowinr Mobc w wdotekst- yi&lMiWiaojItsVgo fiiu t i irniirtirv,a ' OtiOS " l YooCwlitwM- 1 1 MMf ,ifer. tkstcfcu.U4og., oyvoe oepsow- Yvs sWIOl OffMPr 9 -o wp)ppp THE SIGMA CHI. now the W imtr tit that aeeity tca injrA ThnSslviB. Tins deteenres re tfcc Sigms CM renttow, ivkoee blue and gold bMrlrgr Hmwifroni the flsgvtntT of Willafu", tr-ok no off day from ron ventloriftl dttthSs yterty. and, under the ehapetwftoge of lim wndent alumni of Kotilon Chao hf . Improved ihelr general ae(ini1ntarc whl the Csppsl city Many ot them ht , Ai.fl.r.ti .tim llii.d the rwilttlr biiTMIogs and other points of Interest. ! and n tally ho psrty to tire fox-bll I game at Capitol Park afforded Thanks- giving diversion for a mtmbor of the good looking young collegian. At nicht the brethren of tire frs ; tetnity in foil force. With mmy friends of the onlet to Wasi ! ington, Itnludlng a large con ttneent of lsdres, aesembted In front if the besmlfnl ero-s of white immorto!! m In Wlilsrd Itsll to enjoy the Ifterjry evtnt of the ennventlon. In the a'i setre of Grand Consul Rfgintl I FhI doll Ibe meeting wt called lo order 'v Itiv. lr. T. A.K. Gestarof flraiklvn In n Inltf but eloriiretit addret', sf r w hlrh he Introduced the poet of the occasion, Mr Ilnter W. Springer of Ibis city. Mr Sprinter's verses were chsrsr terlred by much ease of diction and depth of fraternal feeling ami were apptectailvety received. After music by the orchestra the oration of the evening was delivered by the Ilev Thomas 8. Sampson of .Ifuffalo, X. Y., son of Dr. George W. nompson, tor so many years uie eiti'ttent atd beloved president of Columbian Unln-isliy in this city. Jtr. Sampson was the prize orator of bis class In col leg e days, and bis lnnturcr powers more than fulfill their esrly promise. In style and tnsnner nswell as amies ranee be resembles not a lltllo iho Rev. John tt. l'nxton, and ibe mbtres of last even ing, a most comprehensive awl masterly analysis of the social tendencies and danger of I lie .go rfa eW, was well worthy the best efforts of Hist eminent pulpit n ml nlatfntm orator. The ad dress tlimuehout Its Impressive delivery whs frequently punciusled by applstiao, which lastid for some moments at Its conclusion. To-tlsy Ibe visiting flfgmn and their hosts took passage on the Macalester for Mount Vernon, enjoying an oyster roast en npaiK ai sn offset lo the solemn rites of patriotism, ami to-ntitlit a grand ban quct st Wlllard'tf will cloc the most inemntablu cunveiitlnn of ono of the tmst fa in on i nnd HouiWliIng of the Gicek tetter soclelle. It) OFFICIAL CIRCLES. lltu llotnltsclvlni; tT vVns Otiserveit llf tun I'rcslilcnt unci lltlmrs. It Is well known that the l'resblent slid 51 1 8. Harrison nre very domestic in their tnstis, nutl their Thanksgiving Day wot a quiet one. psased nmld tut exeeinlve fntully circle, whle.h Inciti led Ilev. Dr Pcoit. Miss Dlmuilck, Soor.--tary simI Mis llalfonl llihy JIolCii snd the oibir grandchild wore iiiii'i niisrid, but soon their rlilldMt nrn'b will ln bisrd In the cortldors of liii While llotisu The Presidential tuiky was n big one, ami weigbeil ililrty tout ds. The clerks at Iho White house yesterday were l.ny In sendliL' nut invitations for toiljy's reception t the Hrstlltrtti Adinirsl and suite. Tile Ciiblnet nfllcers, wltli live uoep tlon of Mr. Wnnainakcr, enjoyeil their resreful and plentiful Thankiglvlng Day at Ibe Xsllnnsl Capful Tbo .Inst Ices of tbu Supreme Court, with Ibe oxcepilnn of Justice Field, ale tbelr TbnnkselvInK dinner In Welling ton. Chief Justice Puller rt eel veil u few visitors, nuiont? Itietu JiMtlce Li mar. Tho lutter's guest wns Mr Hrunt of the law division. The Justices patted the day ijuletly at tbelr hornet. A I'recncloti, Voiincttor. A Utile colored lad. about 8 year of age, who gave the name of Churltn Henry lltircb, was before Judge Miller today. Uoe of the conductors of tbe Washington and Georgetown tUIIway stated that bu was dsnetag on tbe plat foi in of ibu car for bU fare down tu.vn. and be said that he bad frequently done so before. When tbu conductor took blm In charge and turned him over to tlm police the boy threatened to get the officer dftmisted. lie told Judge' Millar that be did not want to go to tbe work bnufu or the IlefortnSvho.il. It was ascertained that tbe boy's father wis John Archer, tbe rag man, ami Agent Sweeney said (bat be would sea that tbe Isiy was properly cared for or turned over to bit father. lieturueil from Tlielr Trip. Colonel Ji. I). Lscey, Comptroller of Currency; 11. II. Warner, president of Ibe Columbia National Bank; Colonel Daniel RamsdeH, United States Mar shal; J. Harrison Johnson, vice-pros! dent of LiBColn National Bask, and K Kurt? Johnson, president of tbe Cill zens' National liank, returned to day from a Thanksgiving excursion mwlu from Haliiiooru upos Ibe Moamor f'am I rblge of the Choptank Steamboat Owi pany Tbe parly left the wharf of tbe n earner Wednesday niebt, as guesU of Presldeat K. S. Johnson of tho steeat l oat eunpoy Ueurrul Wtlaux Hull Uuottuislou. General Wilcox, who met with sueb a terious accident Woodsy sight by falKcg into an exmvailug og Four teenth atieot, is still iyiog uoeooclous at bis resbleoctf. 2Q yoortoootk street. AUbMigk his cootlUioa U eriiieal. the pbytklaos tbiak tboie is a eoooca for his recovery aod tkat ho wtli evootUAlty pull tbroogh all timht lie ia reodviag be tost of core aod euraiov, aod e eiy tffott Is heiog otade iu rvlore tbe old wait lor to cuosctousoet aod recovery. Twii TOIavsMi tit Ut JiM. Joseph Dtioo aod G. W. lUgaa wsowd to make a lake of tunae uoooy tospoedos Ttanksgrrteg. d oigki ktrfoie last they eXoctod o eoirttorst to Sydney J- Atowan a plat of borioess aod auk two twuudto cow ol oysters Uogu adstliud on gHt lo tkw.llce Cuurt to any, but Moo to lof IMtoo l-y soyio; that ho bad r-onteiMitgl ike iktfitdoa. Judgo MtUor 4Ho ka iki U. loututk. o4 seot locoi ootk to too jill for sixty dys eoiasr t 4v ugiooMK. CleOMtQl MiKeever pleado4 gii!y io tko Poltee Cutut ibis wotoJiot ov i,m f iiffltOtbUil no amiaull onoo CNHctr Rtdorsve. oJart wbk tkoeisw toorosds hi wife atd poufooo bsOotwagg, f-x tkvs ustnoo tko iovpt e4 was f. aod ifc Jfvo4n ws tetjoir4 to fvtrtd-h tmi nhs4 fe tsteolo. tt go to jil in ia'j Uya. Ut oVettever noy Utt ske u a' raid of hot bvisbaad. Diiu.1 B L-u was yiwi uudcr i ffe.i ot'fd i tbe New tssey 400tM iurJs t:oun titi otofoiog tor toteus i. aiud bit- oUv. tUmb ' l-yo Too . umiX iwkm Mr Meat- kstt kw kiofrti t4 ti.M:lojd ot ot oMbS'-gtt Imkms, sod it a b wo ofcoVi i ttue J 0- It' U.!ObU to riwsoM t ko d, it o will ov t tu to i'UX Im tbattjl ipinpii i ni' i ii 9 J'"'" oooj nnji 4Hiooww wts "tojws t" nvwos"' w C w erf -j "v-em avwww n nw Tat AT AN OYSTER ROVST. ttow a fatty rcrjoyert ttseir Yester. nay ar flay KMts. So party enjoyed Thanksgiving Dit mere thoroughly than that which potted the day at Ray tlidge as the gtrests of the Chesapeake ami Columbia Investment Company. Three hundred and seventy five gentlemen etmprtsed the party, which left Wahlnglo on a special train, arriving at Biy RMge at 10 o'clock. There "Mr. Thomas W. Smith, the president of the eomptny, took charge of th visitors and con ducted them to Thomas Point ami FtsMotfOrteh, the recently purchased property of Ihe company. From Ibat point a msgniflcen view of the bsy Is had. and with a baclng bretre to give r.est to theirappedtea the lister roast was a pronounced suc cess Pilr.e shooting for livp tnrh-yi was Intiutgeil In after dlnorr nnd g ib bhrswere won by Oeweral Utvhi it Swain. Dr. W. P. C. ilSMft. tt M. John son, T J. Klsenger. 11. F. Belt. IVmi master Sherw'rxl, X. tl Sbvs. M. t, Tbomston. T. D. Kelehcr anil J. B. llenwllct The committee hivlne chsr o of the Itip was composed of officers of the rcmpnnr as follows- Thomas W Smith, president: Dr W. P. C. Haven, vice president; T. D. Keleher, secre lary; N 11. Shea, treasurer; Hon W. J. ltannclls, general counsel: !awrem-e Csvsnaugli, tunerlntemleutof grmtnds, ami David D. Stone, eenersl manager. Among those present at the "roast" wctc: Oenersl Swain. A. K Ratieock, Captain ,1. tl. lionaldson, Nithsn listen, Captain llrysn, Ibomss Tailor, Colonel II. C. Jones, Dr. I). V. flannels. Csptsln A. I'. Icey, tleorgclMIarbln, linger llllsm, (leorite N. t eat, Frank Titter, Charles Williams, llutt Towns, I. Mef'ormtck, Tliomss McAllister, William. I. MeAltlster. I) II. narnsbsw, .1. T. I. Pries. M. J Krane, J. T. freeman. J. K. ltenedlrt, j'oslmsster Harry Sherwowl, John II. ltogers, J. 0. tVelde, Hr. A. E. Johns w. II. V fmlth, r., Ir. I). B. Street, l)r I.. K. ileattv, C. U. Smith, I,. A. Wootl, 11. W. Smllh.Jr. ltd. J. Ilsmistl. l. J. lek nool, A. Oirsml, K. I,. Mntllce. John 1'ctidrlen, Columbia, l's.i Dr. It. M. Ur- vey Wll It. M. Jolmton, lharles ithlelds, V. .leox-Theodora lvsnport, it. ltolhell. II. T. (lets, A. HeU, J. F. l'sge, T. A. CnaKlev, C. T. Dride, Jotepb Wsltroeyer, John O. Ulster, and J. W. Drew of ibe JUiililnm lUgittcr. Cm p In re it it Thlet In tlm Ilnuan. Untt night, between 0 and 7 o'cIock. Oltlcer llatton beard cries for help coming from the house of Phillip A. Carr, comer nf Tliltd nnd C streets southwest. lie went to the house Hnil Mrs. Csrr told hint there wntn tblof In the house. The olllcer made h search of the second story and found a colored Ixvy wcretol In a closet. He had eJTeMeil entrnnee to the house by . placing n ladder up lo n ticond story window. The boy sdd that bu Just wanted lo get it nleht's lodging, but Judge Miller did nut be Heve tills nnd placed blm under $o00 ImuuIs for appearance before the grand Jury to auswur for housebreaking. Mr. Carr was confined to Ids bed with typhoid pneumonia and itrs. Carr lmd just coma from n sick bed. Both were contlitrrotily scared, ami It Is feared Ibat lite shook tecelvid by Mr Carr will came a relapse. You (lout Know how mudi letter jou wlllfetil If oo taUi-IIooTS.i-parllli. It will overcome that tired iee4tue;.piiriryyour Uood, give you a good appetite, and make j on brighl, oi tlvu and ttroiig. Ua sine lo gt Hood's farsaiiarllla. bold hy ilrtig plsts. FOR A GOOD SHOE irisiT son & Carr's For an Easy Shoe qoto WILSON & CARR'S. We carry tbe Doit, Line ot PsUet Leather boe ter Ladies sad Otm tleraea at St a pair at Wilson & Carr's l'aliloiiulilo Mioo Jlen. o. 2o r siiiinn' x, tv Wtubweioo, D. C. BALT1M0HK STOKB, t untl U WIAT IIAI.TIMOIUI STItllCr. 140 LOTS -IS- TEN DAYS. INPRECBOEMTXD SALEO? LOTS XT KENSINGTON PARK, ot meriT Soowtos. uu iUu Una ut tea tiatro poUta Brimcti A liw 8. Jt O. K. K. the Jtut ItawtUfai Ptacaiuf MsUeac Abooi the tlty yf H abtuftosi The iut at Kiinntlaa yisrt. sm.Mm raidelv. Haaj of ouks eSte svtMsi tnxfum. 4br OtA4Mmitidmr Utd alraet. Bvss suiter suard aUaHfSJM. asa isaa-WHUK am no " lalM us vsnsaiawsas ur. 4tkvsw eies tiKMr. - . . bow LtH iIbk a lkt.ree Wa..M. wUitfe wtlle luftcjr. au bMjft -' iiirai aiu asaa a aaa aoatHuB io is aiaoy eewuwui rau Oeui tlu-re: r liutmia, ibw null kaa uueeta4u.raii. Ium puxvIixmiiI fiiteva kits KvcUi.urU n lokt-r, toTtd-:K . iir. tuU.U:llr It uiwlcU. seven lu; p. k Ui- itt ram sad w ir l-t ttr Uuf'ui U SKstT luowu ud puoUrdrivstst u Al etty. will stu rtlv build druKkitua ttt tb frk. Tbu tiiar-1 1 lu. - tn.ua ieii tut the utaJua Of ULtiiul giH t tbu Vurb ntb b$iMd st K&i4ieaon av nustttv ttsi halar immesaag iihsriiT wMt'uuatibli tu--u ..ia,llBQ. .lujl bo ju lxlbMe to tb scot;ut Kttb.uijfi'id sim ' -ras it lu Uu fruit iu.uk of 4il ubunu BMMSS. raw duUmn tu uwjrf cjh-6 iwistt mo mmm .ay j-t w J a: bua'lWt sisalfcif mmXBU . m.i uut U see e ee syig KemiMMifc'O Mem a fc a ese ut Mu amUMa&i tut a sr J ae tejeaT srSKJS tv Sj; tuiituscs ntumm- rt taSsstsistii w uwt to eiwii. MiatilieMM ru4p faw Mtn tu uwJTf cis-k. eKMsMi W fhMW4 i M XMI rS m i!r JsT' mi evjur. iwetatiue free EkIi k Mkm Ulo wm f srKEtr. a wt i wr,r. A I.BAt UTI'SURAKU OPEn T- ' Brerj Xvenlns, ststlroe .t i the ttet ntrtwati.--io -r-- Ths Red Hussar, A Oomedf Orors is lhrcf A Hy H. P. 8teen nt rt o' ij With the Flr-t snpr rsncf oi MSfie Tempest. "AftVllettM "-. "T. nerM Ferrermerl r the i trie i hatr.- t fort1 rilsnt". Otlslnal consvnnv an i Sen ihe Stmt of the geslment. !te I "Flttrtil'b panee " BrtrtitamH tbMn Iffeetiea Msteges. Arn'el "uliMu Keitwe2MAOatrwinnRi,T, .. UOWI.rtlr X Alt JtYKF sets ne on slo. im i tt -Vt r W NATION vt. THBATRg to stonr, s r m MStlnee Sstnritsf at S 11 r m bast Three Anreaeancp of HERRMANN Note-Special feat ures at the Saturday Matinee. Flaejs and bon-bons for the little folks. 3tst Week-ROBnRTtNTKr.T. ti i Onrsiean Itmtbers," 'Montur"1 ani'itn. let." heats now on sate. i i ' t II JAPMIH' BtWtT tt'RATRF. WeekComnenclnie.Mondar. N- I. Tlie Military Saceess of Ttroi ontim i WILLIAM OtLLF.TTKS Held by the Enemy. urielsal Proticrtres snd senlf Kdctli OraiMI Tl anksalrina Matinee Mextneek CIIA. P. Rf.LH. h.: ' THIS WKHK-Udies' Ma'Jnee Toinon w Sam Devere's OWN COMPANY. Original oitd ItrlrcstilliK Spcclnlllr! Xi xt Wtck-tlAttllY KKItNELLS CO IH.tiMSt GLOIIK TltBATRK-WBKK 01' NtH Xstlneeii Monday. WHno-Uit, ItlJ.iy and HtnnUr XNl lloWAttlJ la 1 IIK lT.v , I N r um JNL. l Inst rol ami r. ialtl- l'opnlar friers, IP. s '. 1 Grsed Xxtra ltotMa; Msttnei T!iaV v'lin' Due. niv' nntiOATiu.vAi. LANGUAGES.. THEBERLITZSCHODLof i ANGUAGES TSS llth Wreet Northwoit ItestanJ Most t'raotlcul Imtnt "I ,n TKItMS, J 10. llraneliwi in New York, llo- on. TlillaJcl phis, ChlcRso, Paris, ltarlln. I. 'Ion, ot-, Ocl3 tt ACADKMY OK Tllg ItflLY CKOI, lau Ave, Affords svaty faelltty for aeqalrln other oich edaeatlon In Uteritnre, muMo nnd art. The Inst niHHiiits tauxht aro piano, harp, vl list. aHltar. reandnllii ami banjo. Lneuajc?. gw,rl voeat.ilrawlaKrfiml fancy work free. ,ly "Vl KAUVILLKTnNOLOCKCAU St'ilOOU Jleadvtll. 10. l-dtieate for (he Christian MlaUtry Itocm rt awl iBltton free. Armnlrauce tea of C for ass, heat aad ear of room. All expenses rsodereta. Term heaias HKrTgSiUKIl W. 11EV. A. A. LIVERMOKB, P. D , TrrsMsat. ilwlville, Pa. nUTOBII'd COLLWli I'KKl'AItATOIlY fcCnilOL, New BnuMiriek. N. J. Deanllac Sehorf for Boyi ma Vu n; Mti;, rrepsms for tbe Issst soL'sei, Klent ro tsboeis or busiBMM. E.n.COOK,A. M.J'h. I)., ResJ Master, T IXDSN SUtWAKY, MtiU, Pa. A sbool for youatt atrl aadyoun UJl.'-, at LHMz, Laaeastsr Couaty, I'a. Dih yea; A J, 80fortaUI sohool Uom-; tt roust nstheds: earefulovsrsUht of tholaJIrMutl putU uuvuaeM ori or stuJ j; very pic i ast loeathm; sutan bautad, S0 rer year, lt IbftUAYAHU'S IMUTtTCTK. Norwalt, Uoaii. A noma Sehoui far Olria aadYounsLaJ!' Niikr of beardtaefaipiU Hauled ti twtn'y Bzaejlaat advaatas ia tlule, Art and tt c Lamina gin. QyauuMlass Pteasant groun t -, Ilostthral loeatlos. PaptU Uurlea tljroJr'' thu seauner aMMtths. .BsatJ. wtilas a'- tstttoB tat the 8dbk hraaehei, JS0 Jnr siihntostteyear. 8ed tor etsealar. I jiii . Pa. The Bev. MOHTUOHUtY B. llooMflt. M A. Itsftd Master. Mmw boy '-e .wl . antartwrg rf the haaii sesliir' U oy A yetat these twe vsaaanlea. Mr II' . kawt toys to Mas vasd, Yie, fnu a tvlawUa, Lefawh, Aadeawt, Ttiuity, W -rolmn. AaaatoHs, -. and has not Lad .. ; i Vl KM AiKJU'h tsCUOOl VOX .ttU Sttatfosd. 'oaa. IMtahUkhsd ra UU. Psearejfor . i -tMseisJHt heew. Thessetfc! by win. - nimia) Ugumea as etweawit wir bo f-; ' Is t unrnaii mithM at Mtas ajc.-u i.,.,. pjhM ee Teseaaetateg Atuuciou ' i. Fatty, let ale at Bresisao's. '- Ubiu s, ...r tttr Yuik.. ST- HiMtkioa. arsw Fkfte4Hiuis. a A Ws-tU. schoo'. Iaeet4auai;Ue.,' faJ taeattoe. ItWuhthD eMUi'Jlu-- ix u., awMiwwg- wetef or aarucrb sS. 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