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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 August 1897

i THE MOKflTNQ TIMES, SATUllDAT, AUGUST 21, T897. MONKT WANTED AND TO LOAN. WB will pay spot cash for well rented smalt houses; must pay i;ood percentage; money to loan at -4 1-2 to o -per eu(. WILSON & CORYELL, E08 F ht. nw. au20-3t 3.000 to loan: no delav. J. B. JONES, Third floor. X216 F H. au20-3t WANTED -53,500 to complete one or the Debt real estate Investments in Hie DIs trict; subncnptlons received in sums or not less tliau $500; saie and certain to pay. For information address BOX 150, tins oriice- . au20-3t LOANS from 55 to $50 to r6Uable parties; also mouey adrauced on bicycles. Room 8. Central lildg., cor. 9tb and Pa. ave. nw. aul8-St . A NEW PLAN. 510 TO S1.O00TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS, HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC, Without removal from possession of owner. You can have the money the day you apply for it- Payments n tue principal, or any amount, will be received at any time, avlilcli will lessen cost or loan. LOWEST RATES. , MOST DESIRABLE TERMS. No cost to y...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 August 1897

p JiMij!r 3,3f ? s ? "THE MOEKING MMES SATURDAY, ATTQTJST 21, 189T. HALF-PRICE for choice of all small lots of Children's Short Pants Suits and Separate Pants. All Styles. All grades. All sizes. Many of them are this season's best sellers, hut the sizes are broken ancL they must go. Half-price takes them. RoMnson & Chery Co., 12th and F Streets N. W. Clotuo. Furnishing. Hats, Shoes. City Brevities. Dr. Helser, of Thirteenth street, lias gone an tile vacation. The I A. W- urn tomorrow -will be to MarltKro. Tlie start is f rem Thirteenth and EI at 9 a. m. The Provident Life Insurance Company, of Wheeling. W. Va-, has been granted permission to do business iu the District. Susie G. Tan Horn yesterday filed suit for dUcrce against her hubband, George W. H Van Horn. The ground for action is desertion. James Slsson, a colored bicyclist, "was fcliBlitly Injured by colliding with a Ninth fctrect car at the corner of 11 street e& tfrday afternoon. Charles C Lewis, the colored boy who...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 August 1897

- -on-- r- ff f V "A i " I dme. The clrcalutloo of The Times yes terdny wits 42,374 Copies. Dally nvernge last week, 42,406 Copies. TOffiER PROBABILITIES. For the District of. Columbia, Maryland i and Virginia, local showers; southeasterly winds. 1 TO. 1,250. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1897.EIGHT.EEN PAGES. THUJ3E CEIsTS. mi UNDER II STBEAM OF F1BE Four Hundred Persons Perish in a Volcanic Eruption. SEVERAL TOWNS DESTROYED Rivers of Hed-TTof Lava Pod red Over the Side, of the MounUiin and Showers of Ashes Fell, Obscuring- the Light of the Sou From the Surrounding Country. Ban Francisco, Aug. 21. Newt; from Manila, received by way or lions Kong, gives graphic details of tlie great eruption of Mayon, the volcano on Luzon Iiuand. Four hundred perished miserably, burled under burning ashes before tliey could es jape and towns and villages around its base were ruined. Klvers of red-liol lava poured over the hide and sliowerbofuslies fell, obscuring the sun. So violent was the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 August 1897

M1 j W$P2GW&Wii r THE 3IOEinGttTmES,TSUKDAT,' AUGUST 22, 1807. The $5.00 Sale n Run Another Week if tli suits hold out. And Ave' re keeping the assortment bright and fresh Jbj adding new suits daily as fast as any of the regular 10 $12 and $15 lines become broken. Tomorrow '11 find about 500 nobby men's suits on the $5 table suits like you cheerf ulfy paid us $10 $12 and $15 for early in the season." AU 4iEiseman-made," too an entirely different class of g-oods from what you're offered elsewhere. Come tomorrow. You mar not be able to find your size later in the week. A few cutawaj's in the lot. Men's Crash Suits are 1-3 off. Men's Trousers are 1-3 off. Children's Wash Sifts are 1-2 cff. Manhat tan Neglfgcs are $1. Cor. Seventh No Branch Store in RlGTroiliLITI Coroner's Jury Investigates Into the Deanewood Horror. OPERATOR BAKER'S CLAIMS Dec-lure. He Hud 3Ioie to Do Thau fle Could Properly Perform Hud J Tredlfled Trouble of the Kind .Adjournment "Until Tomorrow runerulh of the Vi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 August 1897

SfV Jfeir ,y,-- 1 F'V FrJXt -pZ- $TiP3T GOLDENBERG'S the dependable store," 024-92C92S 7tb-706 ,K Sts. Monday's values are strong- ones, and those printed below are but a few of those which can be had. It has never been and never will be the practice of "the dependa ble store" to offer "baits" in one way or another. What we advertise is here and plenty of it so that you never have the occasion to be disappointed. Those are the methods of some other stores who are too short sighted to realize that there is a future and that you will not con tinue your patronage when not treated squarely. But even "the dependable store" has faults, and we're try ing to correct them as they ap pear, and we do. "We mean that satisfaction shall go with every Bale, and if it doesn't we're very much pleased to return your money. This store is spreading out more rapidly than you ever thought it would. The two new departments shoes and house furnishings are almost ready and the near future will see a greater...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 August 1897

2?x,r z-swe ' sqr'3 ?r THJE MOBSraJJIllJfiS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 1891 SERflTORS WIN THE FOURTH Break Even With tlie Colts on llie "Series. BUNGH HITS IN ONE INNING "WrlRloy joulces a Eightnlnir Doable Play TV'ltli Tucker "Which Dl Mroy All Chances the Chicnsos Had to Muke It Three Out of Four leu Senator. Strike Out. "W. L. Pet. Boston. 69 31 .690 Baltimore.... 64 32 .667 Cincinnati 62 34 .646 New YorL..59 37 .615 Cleveland.... 52 45 .536 6 Chicago 49 53 .480 iQ Pittsburg 43 54 .443 Louisville 44 57 .436 Philadelphia.. 58 .431 Ercokljn 40 58 .408 Washington... 40 59 .404 aixuis .27 74 .297 GAMES YESTERDAY. WiiHliintou, ; Chicago, 4 JJostuu, 13; IJttburs, 1-. 3talt ilium. 12; Cleveland, O. Philadelphia, 8; Cincinnati, 1. ICew Yorlk, 7; Honihville, 1. ,St. 1-ouiK, 4; ErooUiyu, -3 Klevtin InUillgS.. GAMES TOMORROW. Ciccinnuti nt Washington. Chicago .it Ualtluioje. "Louisville at BtiMon. Pitt -burg at UruuWyn. Clevelaud at New York. .St. Louih at rhiltideli.hin. Wrigley saved the game y ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 August 1897

TIMES, gpsfrfriLf , AUG-UBT 22, 1897, HE MORIS IJSG g, MM The Magnificent Columbia '97 Model, mmm msms $75 The Second Best Wheel in the World, The Hartford In their befitting home, 817-819 14th Street. J. HART it lAHONG THE' m Indications at present point to a season of remarkable activity among cyclists dur is the approaching fall. Wheelmen ot wary claxs arc planning for a series ot most Interesting events during the cool weather. The racing men Have three or four big meets to look forward to and "there will toe no end ot sport In that di rection. The cycling clubs, which were compelled to modify some of their plans during the not months just past, are now getting to gether and preparing schedules for runs -which will include every spot within a Tiundred-rnueradiusof Washington. Wheel ing i certainly not on the wane in this city, for men who are roost rainUlar tvith the conditions ay Unit the interest was never so keen as now. Un fortunately there has boon comparatively htUc good b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 August 1897

' v feK "Saf- THE MOENISTG TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 1897. 6 2Cy r '-"& 'v'-rrifi bc w An it i, tSRiuea r (SIOttXISG. EVEXIKG JCSO SUNDAY.) TIT The Washington Times Company. STILSON HUTCH FNS, President HCTCHIXS BUIMHNG. rcw Tcrk Cfflce: 2003 Tract Buiiainc. SnuscmrrioK Rates. MONTHLY. BY CATiniKIi: Morning, Evening and Sunday. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday. ..-Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday. ...Thirty-five Cents BY TtfAIL. One Year, Mcrn., Eve. and Sunday, 55.50 Six Months, " " " 3.00 Three Months, " " " " 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months. " " " 2.25 Three Months. " " " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday. ... 4.00 Six Months. " " " 2.25 Tliree Months, " " " 1.25 Sunday only, one year. 1-00 Orders by mail must lie accompanied by subscription price. Telephones: Editorial Rooms, 48G; Business Office, 1C40. Circulation. Statement. Tlit circulation of The Times for the tccck ended Saturday, August 21, 1SQ7, xcas as follows: Sunday, August IS 23.935 Monday, Aug...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 August 1897

3j!.'V !f ' "" '" ? "K -W,r " "Sf" ?-.' -p1 J 3S&V J&xr '- TBE MOENIKO T1MBS,SU j DAY, AUGUST 22, 1897. "? vr-ss 8 fc5 8 (5 it it 13 s i3 i i :a 3 33 Is I I i TOSS SSSSSQSSSSQSGSSSSSSSSSSQ OUR SECOND FLOOR WILL BE THRONGED'TOMORROW. This is sheer desperation that has caused such a wreck in prices. Never "before iru the history of our house has such a "break" been made. Mind you, 12 distinct bargains not one, bufc a dozen. SPECIAL No. 1. Ladies Waists, worth 75c, now 25c. SPECIAL No. 2. Ladies' Waists, worth S1.00 to S2. 00, now 46c. SPECIAL No. 3 Ladies' Waists, worth $1.00 to S3.00, now 66c. SPECIAL No. 4. Ladies' Crash Skirts, worth S1.25, now 59c. - SPECIAL No. 5. Ladies' White Duck Skirts, worth S2.00, now 79c. SPECIAL No. 6. Ladies' CottoiT'-Covert Suits, worth S4.98, now SL98. SPECIAL No. 7. Ladies' Parasols, worth S1.50 to $2.50, reduced to 98c. SPECIAL No. 8 Ladies' Eton Suits, worth- S10 to S20, at 30 per cent, discount. SPECIAL No. 9. Boys' Wash Suits, worth S1.25 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 August 1897

ir s " y 4rJ 3hj!2L"-i THE MOBNiya TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 1897. "&-- SrW-,.,- sting jmsm, Whose Testimony Is Proof Positive that Mimyoii Cares Catarrh. Hev. 7. TV. Diehel. of the United Brethren Church, and 3Ir. A. J). Potts "Were Both Cored o This Dread Disease by 3Iuu- yonV Trent uieut nr.d aiunyun'd Heitiedlefe. Hcv. J. TV. Dickel, or tlie United Breth en, residing at No- 217 .Delaware ave. N. E., Washington, D. "C, says: "In 1S81 1 noticed the first symptoms ol catarrh in the head and throat, wnlcn later on extended to the bronchial tubes. The nostrils closed up, my throat was tore, and there was constant, severe pain. At times I thought my lungs and throat "were throwing out a name of fire. I had to Jump out or bed at night to get my breath. 1 tried mauydirrerent remedies and consulted different phyjlclaus, but only received temporary relief. .Finally I placed myself under the care of Mun yon's Specialists and began their treat ment for catarrh and the use of their Life ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 August 1897

-j r;.g- 'Ctr3r5Jf'-':' THE MOKflTNQ TIMES, SiraPAY, ATTG 0"ST 22, 1897. 9 MOXEY TTAyTED AND TO IX) AX. WE -will pay spot cash for well rented all houses; must pay good percentage; money to loan at 4 1-2 to 6 per cent. WILSON & CORYELL, 508 F bt. nw. au20-3t ; 3.000 to loan; no delay. J- B. JONES. Third floor. 1216 F fct. au20-3t WAITED 3,500 to complete one or the best real estate Investments In the Dis trict; subscriptions received 1u sums cf not less than 500; safe and certain to pay. For information address BOX 1 0, this of ace- au20-3t LOANS from 5 to 530 to reliable parties? also .money advanced on bicycles. Uuom S, Central ttIdg.,cor. 9th and Pa.ave.iiw. aulB-Bt . A SEW PLAN. 10 TO $1,000 TO LOAX OX HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HOUSES. CARRIAGES, ETC., Without removal from possession of owner. Von can have the money the day you. apply Tor it Pavmcnts on the principal, or anyamount. will be Tccejved at an y time, which will lessen cost of loan LOWEST RATES. , ,,. MOST DESI...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 August 1897

r-f-g??: -" -hi"".- vt-"'!! r'&- X THE MOBNIKG TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 189T. 10 STILL offering1 a discount of ONE THIRD off of regular prices on Men's Sack Suits, Youths' Sack Suits, Woolen Bicycle Suits. Men's and Boys' Shces. Better take advantage of this opportunity and lay in a supply for future use. You are not likely to g-ct such another chance. Robinson & Chery Co., 12th and F Streets N. W. S5551e3S53 CS5S SS55S GSSQSS 8 What a little money will buy 25 cents. Monday and Tuesday, will buy a -whlLo and blue onamel CHAIB, -worth 75tv g 69 cents, 3 .Monday and, Tuesday, "will buy a flee oak or mahojrnny finish CLOTHES POLE, with 6 pins. Price e.ee-where, 81. 97 cents, Monday and Tuesday, -will buy alarj?e higrb-back hard wood EOtKEE, In oak or mahogany finish. Usual pries, 8L75. SLI9, Monday and Tuesday "will buy a solid oak TABLE 24x24 in... top, with lower shelf well finished a regu lar $1.50 Table. CASH Oil CREDIT. LANSBURGH'S I Furniture and Garpei Co. I 2 122G F St...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 August 1897

fre-". -jBj lObe JKmeu Pases DD to Q Vi FORCING DURING A DULL SHOE WEEK! The last week in August is looked upon by merchants as the dullest business period of the year. However, there is no such word as "DULLV in OUR business vocabulary. We shall offer many extraordinary inducements durinr these last days of our "MIDSUMMER CLOSING-OUT SALE" to hasten the disposal of our stock. Come at once tomorrow, if possible. It will pay you to supply yourself and family with all the shoes you may neej for the next few months. Here are prices that ought to keep our three busy stores packed with appreciative buyers for the next few days. Ladies' 50c Bicycle LegginSr Tweed, Covert Cloth and Canvas; Black, Gray, Dark and Light Brown, THIS WEEK AT Girls' and Boys' Brown Kid Boots. 300 pairs Girls' Tan S1.00 and si.t'.l Laced and Button, both hand and machine-sewed. Sizes 5 to 2. 60 pair, Boys Tan Laced. Sires U to 12. TUlS WEEK AT Ladies' $1 Oxford Ties. Black and Chocolate Vtci JUa, White and Crash ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 August 1897

' ,in-3Sg.2is- 4 -t a" --":&: -? t- r - "? p-; 12 THE MOBKING- TIMJIS, SUN"DAY, AUGUST 22, 1897. POLICE JfljOIBB SITS Three Gases Bronglit Up for Trial Before Him Yesterday. BE PROVES VERlr LENIENT Detective Hliofles nod Officer J. W Bnrroii?lih, Before tlie Court on T'lvial Clturgo, Both DiMnls.Mil Officer W. H. "West Promises to Pur a Blaclteinitli'ft Bill. Judge Pugh's court for the trial of charges' against policemen was called uto official session at 11 o'clock yes terday morning by Michael Flyunr esq . Itie rotuud mascot or tlie Jolly Tat Men's Club, -whose lowriiiB presence is a source Df ;Uarm and trepidation to all evildoers. Mike wis appointed ballirf of the court tarl Ju the week. At the close ot his aeatoriau "Oyez, Oyez!" Judge Tiign ;ook his wirt and proceeded with tlie iascs on docket. Three policemen were under charges, all Df the caras being of a rather tri.'i.ol nature Detective J. B. Rhode wa firrt arraigned Mr. Dora "Weiser wat the com plaining witness. She t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 August 1897

i -"-' (T'-t 'ji."- TT5fr THE MOUSING TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 1897 13 - ? ag j-vv . Ill " III ' & ( furtmi Gossip. 1 SXES33SiXiX33SSS The Jocal tlieatrlcai pot "will begin to lX)H one "wV from tomorrow night, wiiieH Is all but the let of September. On that evening Robert Downing "will inaugurate another starring season at the Academy He -will present plays familiar to his repertoire and one novelty, by a St. Louis nev-aner nan. Davld Laroqiie." The Academy "Will this year cut a quarter or" of impriccfi, and engage in the confl'et -with tlie Grand for supremacy as "Washington's most attractive populai-prieed playhouse. The Grand opens on the same evening as tlie Academy, the attraction being Grail's Vaudevilles. This house tsurpilt-ed some people with the unusually Tine churactei or its attractions, as published in ibis column last Sunday. Among the rousing melodramas and boisterous farce cm'.edles tbo public hardly expected to find aimuie UaOdern-Fiske with her prcenuition or ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 August 1897

V .- "" .-" " ""'- 7 s ? " "sr-jrsrt ?3py"SpjKife -j.--, - -- 14 THE JMORNTKTq TIMES. 'SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 1897. "tw?SI! WMs xll, wife M8 THE LATEST THING IN SILVER. Now STork, Aug. 21. Fabhions in silver Jewulrr, fancy articles and tableware for Hie coming reason show man beautiful :iew dewgns as wollab a revival of many 1-eautiru! old" designs. Tlie latter, how rver. are all modifications; that Is to say. Millie the design In the main may be old, ioiuetiinei, dating back to tlie days, of "William the Conqoerci, there are always mump little touches which bring it up Lo the present day. Tor tableware the newest designs are ader the old English pewter tinkard r.cl. One elegant tea sen-ice Is per fectly ijl.ua, except for a uny bead bor dering. The silver tray is oval, on lion claw. These claws, snowing on the feet or the entire service. Another service, while not so costly, though more ornate, is also of old English design. The shape are not so old as the tankard, but are more gracefu...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 August 1897

'!j JrJG ' V ; 1 . st v av'ff-' "?'f'v-43t.,rfb' srv c."'"- -3rr'-315 , -. -m- THE MOKJSENGr TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 3 897. 15 The Woman FALL FASHIONS FOR TRAVELERS. New York, Aug.-:21. For late rammer Ami ' early autumn tra'v tiers the dust-oak js an indispensable adjunct to a complete wardrobe. The hideous creations olrcariiKr day have been relegated to ob livioii.and there are no reminders today of a lung, hufferins past, unless it be the Jung, lean, masculine linen duster of the Southern and Western tourist, ur tlj -acred aljiaca of the priest, who Is en joying the fruits of his labor in a well earned hummer outing. We have changed all -that, and the dust cloak of today is a garment of dibtiuctiou. One teen lately n a lady of high degree In the social -world i.s made of changeable silk, accor dion plaited. The back and front are drawn in at Use waist by a round ribbon belt, liaising under two groups of plait ing, directly in front. These are allowed tohnugloose. Tue ulouse sle...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 August 1897

"-SS"f- 4Zr ? ,"'Pv"jiVily - THE MOBKLNG TIMES, . SUNDAY, ATJGUST 22, 1897. ltt aZuJ?-"-' X J- V" TIE STAMP GOLLEGTOB In MoJern Days a Science. Man of THE EVOLUTION OF A FAD A Slaiple and Easy Wny to Edncato Our Boys und Girls in Geop;roiaiy uud History Some Amer'eun Stamps and Their Belnnliig. Very few people have any Idea ot the magnitude ot the great buslns now done iu American and foreign stamps for col lectors. A few years ago stamp collect ing as a "hobby" was confined principally to Echcol children and in sparce instances to grown people. It was coiisldeied a foolish pastime-now it Is an intellectual BCieutiCio pursuit. There is nothing that -will educate people better thau the studj of postage stamps. They show by the pictures on their faces the different rulers. coat ot amis, and other interesting de vices: the changes in the different forms or governments, the chang?in the monetary ourrency of the countries, and very often the advancement in the art of engravingas the coun...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 August 1897

THE 3IOKN1NG TIjMEP. SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 1897. 17 $$ $$$ $ r p!iE NEGRO i rf JK t V- TATIT III. Then w co sleep on luard that night Most upnttten remember In tlielr lire one ornwn iiightf a culminating gale Noth Inp seems Wt of the whole unlverre but dnrneM-. clamor, fury, and tlie ship. Aim like Mm lwt vestige of a shattered creation, t-he dilfts. l-earlng aa aiiguiidied remnant of stnlnl mankind through the senselesi distress, tuuiuH. and pain of a vengeful violence. No one slejit in the foreo&r.Ue The tin oil-lamp suspended on alongstring, smoking, described wide circles. Wet cloth Ing made dark heaps on the glistening floor. A thtn layer or water rushed to and fro. In the 1ed places men lay looted, resting on elbows and with open eys. No one spoke and all listened. Outside the iilghtmoaned and robbed to theaccompanl menfof aoontinuous loud tremor as of in numerable drum; treating far off. Snrlek passed through the air. Tremendous, dull blow, made the ship tremble while she ro...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 August 1897

18 THE MOEKING TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 1897. Hall Caine'b new novel, "The Chris tian," is now unified In one volume. As a magazine serial, It could not con centrate attention, but It will now surely be met with tli.? "wave of expectatioaaudin tercst,if not of eiithufciasm, which any new writing of tt-e author of "The Manxman," "The Bondman"' and The Deemster" Is bound to evoke. But these considerations cannot give Jt permanency. This is no creation by reflection. Only inherency can do that, and only by its own potency will it remain. Mr. Came's new work Ib a romance of contemporary life, presenting a problem rf Individual fatalism and personal destina tion .orkedontib rough asocialandreligious study. It is a longstoty, thoughconstrained toone volume. Itlslnfourparts.and though She chapters are untitled, the larger di risions are named, sequentially, Tiie Outer World, The Religious Life, The Devil's Acre, and Sanctuary. The Christian Is John Storm, the ton of a nobleman, a Manxman....

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