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SPORTS IN FIELD AND KING.
TALK ABOUT THE OYATION TO BULLIYAN
pllly Manden's Flay Trlbnlatlom of thn
Trainer f a Featherweight atlka deary
to do Heme lUhlblllon Hparrlng In lie
bokcn The llarquet Club nilllard Tour
nament A Fine Cross-Conntry Rnn.
fNEof tho topics of tho
Uny in tho athlotlo
world is tlio reception
which Sullivan got iu
London. Every ono
wishos the " big fol
W " all possiblo luck,
but it is tho gonora'
opinion that a tro
does not nocossarily
1 ensuro him an immouso
exhibition; Ono of tho
tions John L. had on
his last trip in this
country was tho ono at
Altoona, Pa. Tho ox.
champion arrived just in tiino to go to spar
at tho Opora-Houso. Tho depot was crowded
W it was novor before. The streets wcro im
passable for blocks. A mun could havo
walkod on the shoulders of the massed
Assemblage, and tho Boston pugilist and his
combination had to go to the theatre by a
back way. But tho box-offlco didn't demon
Btrate anything liko as well as it did in Balti
more and Washington.
"Muoh," says a Hoffman House fre
quenter, " of tho success of Billy Madden's
new play, ' Around New York, will depend
on the pugilistic partner ho has." Another
gentleman replied: "Madden is pretty
cute. I wonder if it wouldn't , be a good
eohemo to evade tho laws against boxing
Bomo cities havo. With a partner liko Jack
Dompsey or somo promising heavyweight,
the play ought to run as u sparring attrac
tion." Little Billy Burko, the featherweight, is
in rough luck so far as u trainer is concerned.
This trainer said to n friend tho other day :
" I had awful hard work getting ' Billy ' down
for tho featherweight competitors of tho
l'astimes at Parepa Hall. Ho was four
pounds too heavy tho morning of tho day ho
was to box. so I put him in a Turkish bath.
It only took a pound and n half off so I
slapped him in again and got off another
pound and a halfT By this timo it was 0
o'clock in tho ovening, and the box
ing was to begin soon after 8 o'.clock.
I didn't give up though, Burko, of courso,
couldn't l)o allowed to oat anything when Btill
u pound and a half too heavy, and I wouldn't
give it up. I put a big overcoat on him and
made him run in tho Blush from Broome
street to Eighty-sixth street behind a Third
avonue car, while I stood on the back of tho
platform. This took off anothor pound and
a half and left him just a hall pound insido
tho limit. Then as we wcro going on to spar
n protest was made against him as a profes
sional and he was ruled out." McDonald,
Burke's trainer, fought five glove contests
out in Olcvoland recently unci got whippod
six times. The odd timo was in a saloon ono
day when an ignorant Westerner made a mis
take as to tho Eastern pugilist's idontity and
thrashed him before ho discovered his error.
Tho final deposit of 8500 a sido in tho Rca-rau-Dempsoy
prizo-fight for $1,000 a sido will
uo due on Friday. A rofereo will also havo
to be chosen. It is likely that Frank Btevon
Eon will be selected.
Miko Clenry is in town and expects to ac
cept a week's engagement at tho Hobokcn
Casino, Warren Lewis having niado up his
mind to try boxing attain and havo the con
tests come off in time to allow tho Now
Yorkers to get home before daybreak. Oleary
is looking well and says he made money
teaching boxing in Louisville, Ky. When
askod his plans, ho said: "Oh, I'll meet
Olow after he gets through with Glover and
probably Killenj each on his own terms."
It is said that Mr. Oddy will not have
things all his own way at the next billiard
tournament of tho Racquet Olub. Dr. Jen
nings and others are ploying in great form
Miko Donavan says ho is sure to capture
tho amateur heavyweight sparring champion
ship this year with W. J. Barry. Barry who
stands 6 foot 1 inches in his socks, is becom
ing remarkably proficient, and can hit as
becomes u champion hammer-throwor. Ho is
surprisingly (puck, too. Donovan is going
over to England and Ireland with Barry next
May, and will take Johnny Beagan with him,
Win or loss in tho coming buttlo with
II fining and Powor, tho pool-playors, are
liiiuy to bo matched again. Al Saurs says
bo will back Manning again for all tho monoy
the Power people will put up.
Tho Now Ydrk Athletic Club's cross-conn-try
championship run yesterday establishes a
record, as the distance was five miles up and
down hill and aoross ploughed fields. The
astonishing thing about it was that all of ho
oight starters finished tho distunco and no
puo was what might bo called vory badly
beaten, G. Y. Gilbert finishing second, in
stead of Bkillman, was tho surprise to tho
Ulna's SicmtT Powdibs ars finer, atromor end
bore luting- thtn Lublni, Atkuuon's, Ooudraj'a or, In
tact, any aachet powdor In the market. This U guaran.
Ued by Rihb, 883 Blith atenue, Holiotrope, violet,
looker club, white roae. musk, Ac. Always itet Rntiui'a,
endyouara rare of perfeot aatiif action. '
ON THE BRINK OF DESPAIR.
nv MjihJm 0AN'T help PePla i
olflf f miring me, can I, you
l$JrY Nj I unreasonable fellow?"
r""fl J( flj Gcraldino Oleve gavo
ATV I l a I er 'leal u Ptty littlo
yV L Vy defiant motion as sho
ll (j JWla ' onos Olove
OhI 1 ife1 vt cou no' uu ovrn
ICnST ?A-?2k!j himself thQt it would
KYVSfiP? TvS navo LOen raher a
K2 t?Vn( 'Mp: difficult task to control
rttftOjtu vjL the current of popular
lv" rjlrSB odmiratioij, as he btood
M&MrKVv) looWnK at hiB l'6'1"
lPyflL ( Wvl young wifo.
u Jj 'fcijLF She was twenty-one,
irA--J?' but sho looked scarcely
IHxteen upon the stage, in her floating tullo
Areas, with slonder bends of gold round nor
finy ankols, and rose garlands dangling from
er hair. For Mrs. Oleve was neither more
for less than a dancer at tho Shakespeare
Tho elegant leader of society may elevate
nor aristocratic nose at the Blonder shawlod
figure entering the stugo-door. as her glitter
uig carriage rolls by. but we question if the
truer ami moro tender heart bo not ofteuer
found beneath tho shabby stage fineries than
I under tho velvet and eruiino.
JmP0. ha,d ?,arn.od. h wn w
LS .UTlnK by 1Lo "But ovolutlons of hor
uTS01 e,ver Blnce fbB wa ten years old:
j u good, and true, and noblg-hearted a youni
gfcj, ... w f fKYffft
THE DRIFT OF SOCIETY.
Tae marriage of Mr. Frederick W. Qoodenow,
Jr. , and Miss Mar Dennett will take place this even
ing at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. It. II.
Bennett, 181 East One Hundred and Fifteenth
Prof. Edward O. rickcrtnir, of tho Unrvard Col
lege Observatory, will deliver a lecture to the
National Academy of Science at Mrs. Draper's
home, 2T1 Madison avenue, this afternoon.
The engagement of Vlcointo de Lanzey and Mlti
Bnznnue Bancroft, granddaughter of tho historian,
Is off. The marrlago was to have taken place In
January, and the bridesmaids were selected.
Mrs. J. Crosby Brown, of BO East Thlrtj-aoventh
street, will give a largo wedding reception to-Uar,
on tho occaalon of her daughter's wedding.
Mr. tnd Mrs. Henry King tier and Mme. Fabrt
cotte aro visiting Huston.
Mrs. Uornateln, of 847 west One Hundred and
Twenty-eighth street, will glvo a reception to-day
In honor of her daughter' marriage.
Mrs. Beach Grant and Mlu Adele Grant aro vis
iting Mrs. Isham Tbornsby at Washington, pend
lag necessary preparations In tho house that they
h'ave leased on I street.
A reception will follow tho wedding to-morrow
of Mr. W. Alexander and Miss Frances O. Pad
dock, at tho home of tho bride, 41 West Forty
Mrs. Dugclale. of England, Is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Elliott Hoosevelt. She will remain with them
for eevcral weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Burbank Roberts, who were re
cently married, will receive their friends this af
ternoon, tnd also on next Thursday afternoon at
tholr new home, 81 East Twenty-eighth street.
Mrs. Uerwood Cutting and Miss Cutting, who
have been vlsttlng Mrs. It. ltedmond, will sail on
Saturday for Europe.
Tho marriage of Mr. Wm. ButterHeld'and Miss
Du Vornet took place this forenoon at Sajbrook,
The marriage of Mr. E. L. Short and Miss Anna
L. Petit will take place to-morrow afternoon at
8.80 o'clock In Zlon church.
Mrs. K. Hawkins, of 21 West Twentieth street,
will receive on Fridays during the winter.
Miss Anna J. Noone, daughter of Mr. Luke
Noono, was married at the Church of St. Joaeph,
Klngston-on-the-Undson, this morning to Mr. Ed
ward U. Tlndale, of this olty. The mass was cel
ebrated and the cerombny performed by the Itev.
Dr. Duffy, of ltoudont. Among the clergymen In
tho sanctuary were the Iter. Dr. Curran, of
Saogerties; Dean Dougherty and Rev. G. A. llealy,
of New York. James V. Lynch, of New York,
acted as best man and Miss Marjr E. Fltzgerala as
bridesmaid. Among thoso present were Samuel
E. Duffy, Charles F. Lynch, James A. Dalrymplc,
George P. Morgan, M. T. Mannlon, Mr. and Mrs.
Augustlno Uealy, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cavanagh,
Mr. and Mrs. William A McEenna, Philip A.
Smyth and the Misses Barrett, of New York, and
Mr. and Mrs. M. Madden, Mr. and Mrs. D. Dono
van, Mimes Donovan, T. J. Tlndale, MUso
Hutton, William Mutton, Mlrses Uusser, Wet
brook, Dlmond and Fitzgerald, G. De Witt N.
Brodhead and others, of Kingston.
A DOLLAR DINNER FOR FOUR.
Contributed Dally to "The Evening- World"
by the Htewnrd of the Aitor House.
At to-day's market prices the material for this
dinner can be purchased for 1.
Chicken With Rice,
Boiled Salmon Trout, Uollandalse Ssuce.
Dalntle of tlio Market.
Prime rib rout, 18 to Q0J. Lobiter,8c. to 100.
Portorbouui Uak, '.25c. WbitolUh. 13c.
Hirloin .te.k, 18 tu 20o. Pickerel, 13o. to loo.
Loa rautUin, lCc. FroetH.fi, Be.
Lambcbopi, 25o.to2t)0. Kloundera, lUc.
Lea veal, Oo. Salmon tnrat. 12o.
Enaliih mutton ohon, 25o. Btuefleh. ISo.
I.ainb hindq'rt4rs,lilu 100. White pereb, loo.
Veal outleta, 118e. lted anappera, 16c. to 18o.
Sweetbreada, $0 perdoxen. Halibut, loo.
Calrea' beada. B ks.toCOt-. Striped ba-a, 15o. to 25o.
Uoaatlnc pie. J3.6U each, black biae, VM, to 16c.
Spring chicken, lto $1.25 bbeepabead, 10a.
pair. Sm.lli, 20o.
Roaatohicken,14to22o.Ib. Little-aecV clams. 40o. to
Dry-ploked turkeja, 18o. to 00c. a 100.
20o. Oj.Uira. 75c. toSl.SOalOO.
'Bquaba. 3.60 tn $1. dot. Terrapin, 12 to (30 a dox.
BoatonOeeae. 18to20o. Green turtleeoup, 91 quart.
Uoaton Ducka, 18 to 'JOc. ITroaa' lega, 60c. lb.
Ordlcarjr ducka. 12c. to 15o. Terrapin atew, 04 quart.
GanTeabaoke. $3.&0palr. nhrlxupa, A1.60 per srallc-n.
Orouae. 91.50 pair. Scallopa. $1.25 per aallon.
Partrlcfge,7oo.al1.2Spalr. Oelerj, 12o. bunch.
Kaed birda, 81 doxen. Peaa, .10c. half peok,
Hedheada. $1.50 pair, 8quabea, lOo. to loo.
Mallarda, $1 pair. Pumpkin. 'JOo.
Teal, 76o. to t5o. pair. Muabrooraa, A 1 quart.
Catnna, 25o. lb. Onlnna.lS to20o.Ualf.peck.
Snail, (3.50 dox. Caullfluwera, 10c to 15o.
nallah anipe, $3 dos. Lettuce. 5o. bead.
Plorer. $J dox. (Jrhubemee. 10c. quart.
1111, 81.50 dox. Horaeradlah. lOo. root.
Itahblts, 25o. apiece. Sweet poUrtoes, 29c. half-
Venuton. 20o. to 25o. tieck.
Woodcock. 91 pair. Lima beana, 20o. quart.
Feah maokerul. ISa. Kbk plant., lOo.
Beabaaa, 16o. to 20c. U ater plant, 10c a bunch.
frVom thl Vululh Paragraph.
Mr. DeSnuff to Landlady What la this syrap
made of, Mrs. McKltchen ?
landlady Of swate coffee sucar, sor.
DeSnuff Excuse mo, I thought It was Maid of
Iilke the ltrat.
JYooi IA yilUturg J'ail.
The title of Henry James's last story Is the
"Aspen Papors." Like the rest of bis works,
however, ltd no great shakes.
".llnnr Called Unt Few Chosen."
There are a areat many branda of chrarettea in the mar
ket, but our "Hwsr.T UaronAL" .till retain their.au
premacy. KlNHIYTouiCCO Co., New York. V
AU, firat-claas drucslata sell Auahson's BOTamo
Couon liiLBAU at 35c. ; trial sice, 10c. V
creaturo ofl over bounded boforo Cho foot
lights. Aud now that slio was married to thoyounp
lawyer's clerk downtown, sho still remained
on tho stage, contrary to his most earnest en
treaties and expostulations.
" Just a year or two longer, Jonas dear."
sho said, " until we savo monoy enough to
buy us a littlo cottage somewhoro in the sub
urbs and furnish it us wo want."
And Jonas Clove yioldod to hor pretty
coaxing solicitations, although it was against
his own better judgment.
Hut it was not pleasing to go, night nfter
night, only to see other men staring at his
wifo, and listen, unwillingly enough, to their
coinmetitB, and Jonas Oleve had been gradu
ally growing dissatisfied with this arrange
ment. "I cannot stand it any longer, Gerry I"
was his exclamation ono evening, as ho
walked home with her from the theatre, her
bright-spangled robes all covered beneath a
sober black alpaca skirt and a waterproof
cloak. " AVhat made you tako the bouquet
that that puppy Middleworth tossed on tho
,fWhy shouldn't If" demanded Geraldine
demurely. " Vm sure tho flowers were very
" lie has thrown you a bouquet every even
ing for a week."
" Well, what then ?" laughed Geraldino.
" I liko flowers, and I can't afford to buy
" But. Geraldine"
And then it as that the littlo danseuse
stopped iu tho light of a gas-lamp which they
happened to be passing, and made tho saucy
littlo speech which is chronicled at tho be
ginning of our sketch :
" I can't holp peoplo admiring mo, can I,
you unreasonable fellow ?"
Hut the husband's face, in the yellow
lamp-light, looked unnaturally stern and
" Geraldine," be Mid, gravely, " my wife
DOINGS OF THE PLAYERS.
MISS BELLE ARCHER'S ADVENTURE YrlI
AN ELDERLY ADMIRER.
An Invitation to a Lnte Hnppcr Which ima
Indefinitely Postponed Mra. l.nnitry'a
Itecrlpta This Benson Mlnnlo Palmrr'a
riay Not au Old One Under n Ntw Name
Plana for Theatrical Cnmpulana.
vy .. . ISS Hello Archor. tho
r 'VjW I WWJti 6Xtro,uly plioto-
vZyyJlh v8 iflL Braphed young lady,
sKzyf M va wuo '8 stl'1' ' rccc'u
rA ifcs n salary fnnn a pho-
V--'V IfSi"- tographcr in this city
tJv 3 J Ifl lu return for tho ox-
"?y jjbrr: elusive right of selling
TUniM M 111 her valuable pictuies,
'lBlr?r CLL 'llu' Mx IMUUk'u8 advon
it PjjCjK turo tho othor tiny iu
Sjv lu5?rQr Washington, where Bhe
"jv(M7rC' is (ilayiug in "Tho
V2jKw Highest lliddor." Miss
fjtfc"-5jjr Archer was fortunate
jrff 71 . or iiufortuunto enough
Vi4Jv?:: nttr,lot t'10 attention
isXS " ot nu elderly gontlo
man who, from his frequont visits to the
theatre, showed symptoms of being infat
uated with the young womnn. He sent hor
tho inevitable " floral offerings." occupied a
privato box ou several occasions, and finally
secured on introduction to Miss Archer,
who was not particularly charmod
to ruako his acquaintance. Tho actress,
however, is a thorough Bohemian
somo of her friends call her " a
good fellow" and certainly no one loves a
Joke more than sho does. Miss Archor con
versed with the old enthusiast, and in a uhort
time he invited her to accompany him to sup
per tho following night after tlio play. She
consented with a groat deal of alacrity. Hhe
saw him during the performance, and as soon
as that was at an end she left tho thcatro ns
usual, by the stago door. Bho noticed his
canisgo thoro, and behold him as ho sprang
from it to moot her.
"I am waiting," ho said, with a smirk.
Miss Archer looked nt tho carriago and hor
face clouded with disappointment.
" Why, my dear sir," she Bald," there is not
sufficient room in that carriago."
" Plenty," ho remarked. " Wo'ro not
"How about tho rest of us?" sho aBkcd
"Tlierect? What do you mean ?"
" Why, my dear friend, I very often take
supper after tho performance, but novor
without the cntiro company. You'd hotter
call n few moro carriages."
Mibs Archer turned awoy to htdo hor
smiles. When sho veered around again her
admirer was gone.
Mrs. Langtry intends to pluy at tho Grand
Opora-Houso this season after hor appear
ance at tho Theatre Cotniquo, Hurlom. This
fact probably means thut Bhe will bo seen
again in a Broudway Theatro for a season or
two. Sheisatproscnt in Canada, doing an
enormous business. In fact, hor rocoipts
this season aro said to have been phenomenal
up to tho present.
It was asserted last Saturday with consider
able strength that Miss Miiinio Palmer's
play. " My Brother's Sister," which bho is to
produce Biiortly, was not a now piny, but was
purchased by tho young woman iu San
Francisco last summer, whore it was known
as " Port." As n matter of fact, " My
Brother's Sister " was writton by Lconnrd
Grovcr last year to order for Margaret FiBh.
Kit Glarke.tlie young woman's manager, gave
the order. For soiuo reason probably that
the part did not suit Miss Fish the ploy was
nevor produced, although money was paid to
Leonard Grover. Tho play reverted to him,
and now Miss Palmer has if.
Manager Henry E. Abbey intends to sur
round Miss Marlowe when she appears at the
Star Thcatro in December, with a very
strong cast. He is evidently anxious to os-
George Knight will bo his own manager
after his Beasou at the Fourteentli Street
Theatre, which close in a fortnight. Ho is
now engaged in forming his company for tho
road that iB to say, making a few changes.
The Lyceum Thcatro management have
" lent " i.retty little Elsie Leslie to Mr.
Abbey. She is to nppear in the coming pro
duction of " School " atWallack's.
Not Goodwin is ploying in Western citis to
marvellously largo rocoipts in " Turned Pp."
which was by no means successful hero, llo
opens on Wednesdoy night iu Philadelphia.
Warned In Plain I.nnguuKC.
rOM tht Louttlllt CourUr-Joidrnal.
The hunting season has opened, and farmers are
putting out algns on forbidden ground. Some
signs aro In stroug English and some are hard to
understand. One northwest of the city reads aa
: ""Any pernon ketcbed fn them, aroundi, or I
; cows or wlmin will be Kabul two fine itaelf j
: into a akrape." t
Could Not Bland the Water.
(Von th iotrow (Idaho) Mirror.
judge Buck, at Murray, the other day ordered a
Jury to be fed on bread, meat and water until they
could decide on their verdict. The foreman sent
In word that the bread and meat was correct, but
the water, the Jury thought, was an unwarranted
A Wnate of CJoort Material.
From the llmiton Caurl.r.
Their chaste salutes ore not misplaced
When w omen kUs a trend or brother;
But of life's honey what a wiwtc
There la when women Mb i ach other.
must not receive the misculniiunushoinago
of cyvry brainless fop liko jouug Middle
worth J,r ,
" That is nonsense, Jonas."
"Is it?" His brows contracted until they
seemed to form a black lino across bis fore
head. " I choso to think otherwise. You
must accept no more flowers from that
young man. I like to see tho bouquets rain
down around you, as a tributo to your skill
and merits, but when it comes to a regular
offering, night after night, from somo ono
porson, andho a profligate scamp, whoso ad
miration is a honor to no woman "
" Jonas 1"
" I am only speaking the truth, Geraldine."
" And whut will you do to mo if I am bold
enough to dare tho awful poril of your an
gor?" laughed Geraldine. " Shall you shut
mo up in a walled tower, like the princesses
of old, or laud me on a desert island, inhnb.
ited only by seagulls and screaming eagles."
"Donotspenk so, Geraldino; this is no
She pouted at his stern tone, and, almost
for the first time in their married life, n
slight, but very porceptiblo cloud darkened
over tho domestic horizon. Jonas Clevo
thought that Geraldine was flippant, and
Geraldino thought hor husband unreason
able and cross.
How lovely tho young danBeuso looked the
next night when buo glided upon the stago in
a dress of green and silver, with silver wings
seeming to float ovor her head I How light
her movements were, and instinct with tho
poetry of motion 1 Even Jonas, accustomed
fts ho was to tho b autiful sight, felt his heart
throb with rapid beats.
A burst of applause roso up from the au
dience, with one accord, as sho curtsied low
at tho end of her brilliant pat itvl, and among
the shower of flowers which fell all urouiid
hor on tho stago, a wreath of while rosebuds
tied with snowy ribbon was the prettiest of
A pretty little actress, who stood loaning
HOW LANGTBY OOEfl 81I0PPING.
No Nansenao Abont Her and She Make
Friend With Halrawomen.
JYoe. A Wathlntltn ll.
Mrs, Langtry' home life here Is no mystery to
her neighbors, and It Is the key to her "wearing
quality "In her success with women. JHillow her
on an afternoon's shopping tour and teo If I am
Bhe cutorn a fashionable milliner's on fifth
avenue (she gets all her hats at ouo place) Her
carriage, with tho awfully pompous Knullah coach
man on tho box, and the awfully diminutive but
equally dignified and bebuttoued footman at the
door, stands at the curb. The half-dozen women
of fashion In the place glance round as she ap
pears. Wltn perfect rase sho passe among them
aud to an attendant she sa)s m u conversational
" Tell Miss that Mrs. Langtry Is hire,
This lady appears aud Is greeted with a cordial
lty almost like that of a slater. Hut no guilt.
Then the nork of choosing two or three he ruining
hats begins. No Impatience, no dlssuit, nu
hateur lsvulble. With a skill which Is ti'oullarly
her own she will succeed, li.fore leaving the store,
Iu getting the frank opinion ol cter) lady piesrnl
on eacn hat considered before maUng a dcclxiou.
Tnls Is all done in the most otT-hund aud polite
manner possible, as though she should any :
"Now, we are all here on common ground and
know each utner's caknesscs In tho matter of per
sonal adornment. 01 course we aro not acquaint
ed, but tt'4 all Informal, don't you Mum Juat like
being on shipboard so tell me the truth."
Of course this Isn't what she says with her
tongue, but with her manner. With a motinsyl
labfo appeal she draws out each, without appar
ently Intending to donnythmgol thonnrt. ncn
sho has tlnlshed she sits comfortably down upon u
lounge and has a nice llltle llre-mluutu conversa
tion with the head of the concern.
Then v 1th a smllo she re-ontcm her carriago and
la gone, nnd every ladiuatn tho i lace, including
tho employers, gocahoino and declares at dinner
that Mrs, Langtry Is 'ho most charming woman
she tian eter met, despite the scandal-mongers.
And then, you know, each woman ferU that she
had a hand In the purchase of those hats, and sho
Insists on going to the theatro the very next even
ing to see If Langtry wears one of thcuu
This programme and thla effect are reproduced
at the Lily's dressmaker's, at her shoemaker's nnd
at all her shopping points and nearly all her shop
ping Is done In New York nowadays.
Iter secret Is this. She appreciates fully her own
beauty and all that It la wortn, and will freely dis
cuss It In seeking garments which set It off; but
this sho does In such n confidential, yet frank
manner as to disarm an enemy at ono stroke.
A Lover's Hucccseful Htrntngcm.
(Voir, lae Antrieui (0a.) JirpHbllcan.
A young countryman who had long loved a girl
who Uvea a mile or two from him was nearly In
despair about winning her hand, and was on the
eve of selling out and leaving the country, as the
girl had refused him throe times, and It was out
that she was engaged to another fellow. Oar hero
nad noticed that his rival and tho girl would walk
In an old meadow tlrld, nearly rtery afternoon,
nnd he urew madly Jealous. In his cattle ho had a
young bull that was alnajs mad with evrrythlng
but bis master, because he was nn especial pel.
Now Dave, ss lie called the bull, waa to tic tho ob
ject with whloh to satiate ids revenue. He would
turn lilui into the niradotv, hide hlmiclf and
see bis rival tod like a fool ball. So,
ono afternoon, calling to Save, who would
follow him like a dog, he repaired to
the meadow let the fence down and turned the
bull in. lie then strolled off, and walked around
as miserable hs a mun could be who waa commit
ting un evil deed. An hour or so later he heard
the deep tuutterlugs of the bull and, hastening to
the meadow fence, ho saw Dave about tnenly
ardsfrom the couple, pan lug dirt and shaking
ills head. Tho man was trying to get the girl to
run, but she wut bo terrified that she could nut
move. The bull n ude a dash nnd the fellow ran
shrieking for the fence. The bull daBhed on after
the flyltig fellow, while our disconsolate youmr
man, having Jumped the tence, rushed to the nirl
uh the bull daihed on alter tho fugitive rival, md
catching her In ins urms, told her thut such u cow
ard was uuworthv ot her. As Dave saw his young
master he left off pursuing the other man, relumed
and went to licking his hand, while the inUiuuiht
girl vowed stie would never more 'peak to a man
that was afraid of a cow. She soon after married
New York Women on Trlryclri.
IFrom a A'w York Litter.
A New York artist of repute has been spending
October and the early November, dajs with his
wife, touring on a timlom tricycle on Long
Island, and the pair will not return to tho city
until the Inst of the bright autumn foliage has
faded. They have taken v, lth them a sketch-book,
water and oil colors each, and are making studies
ofl nf tints for w Inter work in tho studio. Tho
tandem Is an accommodating machine thut doesn't
complain against a hand-satchel swung heiiritth
for a little nrccssary luggage, an i the country
farm-houses have barns where the machine may
be stored and beds where the Jolly tourists may
The number of lady members of the cycling
clubs la growing, and those institutions aro plant
ing themselves everywhere along the narkside,
whi-ro n woman may call, get her wheel, trundle
It Into the smooth parkways, enjoy an hour or two
of exhilarating exercise and leturn it to cover again
without a long Journey over pavtd streets and
frrom tht Maron Titfgraph.
Fotty years ago Wendell l'hllllps was mobbed In
Biston. List Tuesday night a public meeting was
held In llvntou to organire a movement for the
election of "a memorial building In commemora
tion ol t.ie llfu i.nd public servlcts of Wendell
l'hililps. " Iu prosperity, bewarel in adversity,
THE XOUNO UCSIUND TOHE TIIK V.'BtiTU IN
TWAIN AND SET III8 1IKEL ON IT.
against the wing waiting for her part to begiu,
ran forward and placed it, like a crown, on
Geraldino's suuny 1air, aud'at tho moment a
second burst of appluuso rose from the house.
Ten minutes later, when Jonns came bo.
hind tho scenos to escort his wifo home for
Geraldino only danced the ouo pat to-night
he glanced carolessly at tho floral trophies
that wero heaped in a basket, ready to be
carried to the littlo sccoud.floor lodging
where Mrs. Oluvo brightened hor rooms with
the fragrant blossoms.
" Who throw that wreath?" ho asked, with
a sudden impul&o of curiosity, as ho uw it
lying on the top.
!BaaysTrVTfrifloTl'lfr'le1ilInrS VI jiMf irtynMaaMiflr ii
mbJRELLAB FOR AtaVtilE WORLD.
On New York Factory Said to Turn Ont
&Ki T OTWITIIBTANDING
M-tf'Ahf'' L. I '10 cou,'nat dcmatid
UC"y Ll for umbrellas, coinpor-
W8 Y really know how they
Vjjfv'V called umbrella iiuuiu-
x5AVvN. fiu-tutor docs littlo
"sjlT v I m" $ more than put the dif-
ji V>fC' feritd itrtH of tho um-
" wu53-a. I,,,)!!,, together. Ho
buys the sticks, tlio raps, the for rules and the
steels ready luiulo. The cooritm ho liuys by
the piece, and it is tho cutting ami fitting of
tho covering which constitute his chief claim
to tho title of manufacturer.
Tlio cloth U first hi'iumed; that is, tho
edges are bound, uxunlly with a thin silk
cord. Thn cloth is then given to the cutter
who separates it iiitotriaugilhu pieces. Much
cure is used iu rutting the cloth, ami for his
guidance tho cutter employes n triangular
tool very like a carpenter's compass, the sie
of which run ho varied to suit the (leip'inils
of the about-to.be umbrella. The t'iniigles
of cloth are then sewed together by miicliiu
ery and stretched over aud titd upon tho
frame. The ruin and ferules am titled upon
tho sticks and the umbrella is then re ml v to
protect unfortunate humanity from the dew
drops of heaven or thn drizzle of Nuw York.
But, although Hourly every one owns an
umbrella, thoro are but few manufacturers
in tills country, aud the majority of those am
in Nuw Ytuk and 1'hilndclphin. There aro
about fifteen fuotoriof. here, and nenrlv thn
same number iu l'hiindelphin. Ono uf tlm'ti
in this city is said to turn out ton th'jiu.iut
pieces (umbrellas and parasols) dully.
Curtail Things In China I. nnd.
f rulfl u forttcit Krrhanije i
Boats are drawn by horses, cmlrgei are moved
Old women, Instead of the yonni;, aro tho belles
Old men play ball and Cy kites, while children
fold tsclr arms and look on.
The highest recommendation a man can have li
the fact of his having a w tfe.
The highest ambition of a Chinese gentleman Is
to have a nice coffin and a Ono funeral.
Parents and spectators. Instead of children, aro
held responsible lor tho crimes committed by tho
A bachelor la likened to a counterfeit coin, he 1
looked upon with suspicion even by members uf
his own noutcnold.
To encourngo honesty and sincerity, confiden
tial clerks and salesmen In all branches of Indus
tries receive an annual nctporceniageof tho firm's
business besides their regular salaries.
A . lrl In never considered onrtliing else In her
futher's houra than an honored guest She la
nelthtr responsible for the family's debts nor en
Joys a share In Its fortunes, as In cam uf sons.
A previous acquaintanceship brtwren the male
and feniulo prevents them from marriage. For
thla reason a nun seldom weds a gul of his own
town. They aro likewise prevented trom marrying
kin or nsmesake.
When a Chinaman desires a visitor to dine with
him ho docs not aak him to do so, tut when he does
not wish him to stay he puts tlio question, "Oh,
pleaso atay and dino with mot" 'Xhe vuitor will
then know he Is not wanted.
A man could borrow money on the strength of
his having a run, but nouo would advance Tilm a
cent If he had a dozen daughters. Tho former Is
sponsible for the debts of bis father for three
gmeMllouB. Tho latter Is only responsible for
the debts of her own husband.
A rich mill's servant gets no salary, yet many
aro the applicants ; while big salaries are paid to
the servauts of tho common people, but few make
applications. The fact that the perquisites of tho
furmeroiten mors than trlplo thosularlcs of the
latter, Is the sole reason of these differences.
H. R. JACOBS'S 3D AVE. THEATRE
COItNl'.ll 31ST ST. AND 3D AVE.
Prices, 10c; Reserved Seats, 20c. and 30c.
HUMjit i:ih ti;kni!i away.
.. JM!- c- aiOMI'Alih IN
THE HillI'llT OHMSW YOUK.
Not. lt-U. 11. Jacoba'a " Wagsa of Bin " tti.
GltAND OPEUA-IIOU8E. PIXLKY.
lUawrrrd MiitOrcuMtra Circle and Ttalconr. Wo.
ANNIKI'IXLKV In TIIK DFACON'M DAUUUTKK.
Kit Sunday. I'llOK. tlilOMWKt.L'tl naw lactam
PAKIB. THtf JJAtlHIiriUlt.1T f 1TY. ''"".
IIICE'8 Hlca 4 Dliry'a Nuiuntnuua Production.
BUm.KhOlJE Jllh CtlllcAllt.
y.M!JiXr with Ita aoraeoua attractlona.
05 AUTIHTH. Kta'a at (auarp). Mat'a W.dBatat2
-Vetc Oroi(ju,.Vcio J'lcrnra,Air.t(ruc(oin.
Concrrlt Daily. AilmlMilon to all, BOe.
'. 13IJN.VETt.'H OU' LONDON MUSEUM, 7M.
; J5 ,73011110 A I) WAY. AmUlknmart.l.. Hab-
: marina dlrors at work. Aslca 3 ataaoa ; 10 houra'
. perfennauca. Admlaalon, 25u. ; children, 10j.
LOST, FOUND AX1KE"WARDS.
LOST A tdack aeal punw with tba nl.'Wl letter. C.
I. on one p irner, tMintiinlna money, napcra and
a commutation ticket on ths l'ennajlraiila JUItroad tu
Newark. Tlw finder will ba liberally reviardod by com.
mnnloatlng with T. U., box l.tlSD New York.
Eyes Ears Slose
Are all more or leas affected bjr catarrh. The eye. be- I hare suffered with catarrh In my head fcr years,
corao Inflamed, red and watary, with dull, heavy pain and paid nut hundreds of dollara for medlclnea, I waa
between thun; there aro roarlnj, bulling n.ilaoa In the weak, and my cyea vera so sore that I oculd not aew or
ears and aometlmoa the bearing la affected; the noae la lead much. I began In take Hnod'a Baraaparilla and
a aerern autlercr, with ita conaUnt uncomfortable dla. i now ray catarrh la nearly cured, the weekneas uf nu
charge, bad breath and low of the eense of ainell. All ( body la all gone, my appetite la good-ln fact, I feel like
tbean disagreeable aympUma dlaappear when the dla- another perann. Hood'aHaraaparilla la thooiilyniedlclno
enw la cured by Ilood'a Sarsaparllla, which eipola frum that haa done mo permanent good." Mas. A. CUM.
the blood thn impurity from which catarrh ariaea, tones MNanAU, Providence, H. I.
aud restores tho dlaeaaed organs to health and builds up "I have uwd Hood'a Saraaparllla for catarrh with
the whole system. very aatiafactory reaul's. I recoived more permanent
N. II. If you have decided to get llocd's Baraaparilla benefit from It thin from ai.y othor remedy." M. E.
do not be induced to take any other. Head, Wauaeon, Ohio.
Sildbyalldrugglata. 81; alx f'ir 5. Prepared only by Sold by alldruggUU. 81; aix for 5. Prepared only by
C. I. HOOD A CO., Apotbocariea. Lowell, Mass. C. I. HOOD 4 CO.. Ap thtcarlea, Lowell, Maw.
100 IJliiH ON12 HOLLAR ,00 IJO-JHH O.NU DOLLAR
Ocrtilitino did not nnswer; sho was busy I
tyins; ou her veil. Jonas tiicl;ed it ut aud
examined tlio card fastened to it.
" Duncan lliddlewortli."
ARtitiickuH liulituiiii; tlio vour.c husband
tore tho wreuth in twain, thiow it ou the
Moor, and set his heel on it.
" Jotius !" Uernldiuu cried, half angry, half
" I told you I would have no moro of such
nonsense,1' ho said iu a voice almost sulfo.
ciiteilwitu rngo. "If you over accent so
much ns a bud that comes from hiB liaud
" Well, what then," sho said defiantly,
Ilut his whole voice aud ulanuor had
"Aro you ready to co homo?" he asked
quitttly. " IleciiUho it is j;roviiiK Into."
Hut Oernldine could not forget tho whito
lieut of auger thut had blazed iu his brief
"It's too absurd," sho thought. "I will
uot gio way to his unreasoning jealousy."
Mr. Duncitu Middloworth sat iu a pro.
sreuium box the next uvtuiug, and tossed uu
exiiuisite basket of japouicas ut Qemldino
Cleve's feet when tho moment of ovation
Bhe Mooned herself to pick it up, with au
arch gratified smile, nnd a slight motion of
her head towards the box, and us she turned
nwnj sho met her husband's stem, reproach
Her first impulse was to drop tho basket
again, her second to brave it out,
"what hawi I ilotiof" alio asked herself
half indignantly, and as sho weut off thestago
she carried the How er.bnsket iu her hand.
Jouax Clove, however, did uot make his
appcarauco as usual iu her dressing. room
vheu sho was ready to depart, but, instead,
au old ono-eyed carpenter, who served about
the theatro, stood waiting,
"Whero's Sir. Clevo, Griffith P
" Ho said I was to sco you home, ma'am."
"Ilut where is ho"
iTltl'Infflt itfUffaff 1 iSlf'ltafaiilltlfMaill lls I I -4'a.HaT'Jalli.
Have You a Humor' of Skin or
IF SO, THE CUTICURA REMEDIES
WILL CURE YOU.
I u I ml need, after all thcr rv millet htd ftUdf in
upo tlm OUTlcrnA KxMrDir i.nmyboj, fouryerof
AaTf, wliohtii running m fnmi hl thlitbt to tbeenil
of hiUif. Tho niilU folic (T. II In rm and ftcn wntd
iIi fort r"l, and lm wm n horrible ilffht. 1 ho CUTtCUlu
and ('t'ru't'HA Ho A I' unru all that I uitrl, Two ihy
aftr tlieir Uko uu oituld h a vtiauiu fnr tbw botter, and
tit nil Tiok ttin clitM vrn iMrfictly woll.
I VNtatt.fn Injured t-itry I bum furthar, at my wlf had
what wntrrimd dry toaIt tt'ttr, nr prwHai.li, iVr ncvu-ly
tlftcfti )ntriti am) I tried I'tprytlilntf t could r t hold of
and nsltrd tlm advlcn uf t tu ino,t finlnvtit uf th prufn
tltni, I nt all lu rain. It wan all trir hor body and all
tTtr lirr tiund and fxcf . Him lined but ono bottle of tho
lUnit,FNT, twolmif if thel'UT.CUttAand two rakM
uf CUTtrmtA SoAf, and hi m wifk from thn timo aim
bKn ttu ir uuu I ot.tild m n a rliangt for tho better. It It
now lwtirlymiiMuar nlhce "lm ftopjwd unlna tho TUTI
cuba Ur. tiriMFa, and tliern H ti.i rotttru I pnmuuiuj
livriitlrfl cuioti. Nuoiic, mJ) thouh't litvc had tin
dlootun And tlinH who art oniitAtitly Mtut illArANtd
liatU'iit van rrallze the f-.iturn In whiih tluy aro
I haTtfCommnilpd thnUUTirvitA ltKMF.mra to all
whi in 1 tiMonrt thM wr In any v. in nfu tif a akin
ourn. iii man tnwhMii 1 had ri)0mmtnilrd thrni had
Riinrtit f..r ur twrlvo yi'arn. and tu that timo nt
hi'atly flvf hiinilrftl dnlr tu .t luri'dt but nntnlnx
IipIihmI, mid in w, nftvr thntiiutof flvi Ixittlfit of tlm L'u
Tli L'iia HrmilaMNT and iumral hn.M (lf CtiTIOL'HA,
and twntak'i l CUTli'Ulu Hoa rrjulcfta lit hartnit
found a cure. 1 ham cither, at pit--h-hi under trvatment
and with e h d p i-pccM In no ?, tu my kuowlodfo,
ha to tho Ctnrct'n i ItxMrPim failod
I tako uaureln MtidinK tbU to ytu, trusting that it
may prutwa bteuing to you nnd to the KuiTerliiK.
, OK. Is. MIMalrtON,
Khuball. HruleCvi., Oakota.
Ct'Tlcmu, the urat Hkln Cun, and CUTIOI'RA HoAr.
an extiulmto tfk.u Il(auf tiler ezlrnall). nnd HUTICUUA
HFiULVENT, the new HInuil lurttler internally, aro a
ii" tli turefriTy fi rm of Hkln and Blood Iilaeam.
, Ir xti IMmpt to sScr.itula.
f il I everywhere. Irln' UnTtcl'lu. Uo ; Koar.StV.i
i UraoLviLNT, 1. I'n-iMrMl by tlm 1'ottku Oiu anii
(.JhnmoAl,Oo,. Il'.iton, Mam.
i'hend for ' Ilnw toOum Hkln Oiceaws.Ci pairaa.
60 llluatratlonaand 1(W tettlmutilaln.
I j WlthCUTlCUnAaMKIlItiATKUHUAI'.
"ift i'ban't BREATHE,
MyJ5l,fi' . Chpat l'alna, Hnrnia, Wraknraa, HacV
rfKVRlni! t'omli, AMliina, rirarlajr ami Inflam
A jSStaVJL '"lattrarellitvt'il In nnc mlnuiit br th.
TftraBS" I'litlriirn Aiitl.l'uln 1-iaatcr. Nuth.
lug Uko It Kr uuak lutia.
HEW YORKloRTJCULTURAL SOCIETY'S
(JHANII ItXIIIIIIIION OV
ORCHIDS, ROSES, PALMS.
WKD.fEHDAY, T1IU1HDAY ami FKIUAY from
10 A. M. to 10 P. M
AT MASONIC TEMPLE,
23J at. and 6th ate.
AP.HISMH.N, FIPT.V IIKNTH.
1JIITII AVKNUK TilBATIlE
' 1'ruprlaUir ami .Maiiaser.,, ...... .Mr, John SUtaon
I'uaitlTrlr laat lilflit tif
.111,1. . im; ititKMMirtt."
rOMMKNClKO TMUIlNbAY, NOV. 10,
A 8 INKZ.
In tho fint Amarloan pmtltjcllon of
!, I, alVH,
in Bupport.Hi iti n, KYiti.u nr.u.KW
(Br eounaay n( .Mr. II, K. Ahb)r, uf Wallaok'a)
and ttiH snuna American Star
Mlt. .HI.SKl'U HAWOItTlt.
I'Q.smvKi.r .nu auvaRob m ritioKa.
Lajaana and Mananrs. u . . ;AWir, Hchootlal Oraa
TO-NItlllT, AT 8 O'(ir.00K.
Mlt. HKNItY inVINfl,
MISS KI.I.KN TJtltltY
AND TIIK LYUKUM C'OAil'ANY.
MnpitiRTOPiiELKS Mn. HEfmY invmn
MAUliAHKT H.t.jju.jiMlSN HLLRN TKltllY
. . MATINKK t'AVSf AATUUTIAY7 """"
BATIJItllAY NIUIIT, lartf NOVKMIIKR,
"PIIH llltl I.N" .NI "JIN.1,I5.'W
SATUltDAY NiaiiT. ltru n6vkmueil
Doors npn at 7.30. Oummencas at 8.
or ITltN AT THE POLLS,
".tll.l.l!. IJK fHtAHM UAil.
WOOD. IIKYANT AND MIEPPAIU).
OKEAT F1K8T I'AUT.
IHOMMV FA I 'WT.
TTAIIKK'.AN'S PARK TlIEATltlcl "" "
Jfl EDWAltD HAKHHIA.N Proprlator
M.W. UANI.EY .'.'...... .Mauaiir
COHUEIJa'S AHPIKAT Wlti
In hla in.at rharacUr, DAN M0U.1OAN.
DAVi: nit All AM ami hlaiiopular orcbaatra.
Lookout I or I'KTK.
U J. M. IIIM, , MANAOER
SEVENTH WEKk. C6NTIN0ED BUOOESS.
THE COlItmtANH. '
ROBS ON AND CRANE,
50th performance, Monday, Nor, 14. Elaborate
MAOISON SQUAHK TIIUATKB.
Mr. A. M. i'ALUKU ....Sola Uaotfot
iltilnaattl.su. hatardey MaUaaoata.
Laat Two Terfarmanoe of
Jim THE PENMAN.
Thuradar vaninir, Nv lli.wili lia uroduoed a n.wDlajr
bj tb. author of 'IIIK TWO ORPHANS, .DlltUdi
TH ST11KKT THKATHE, C.OH. OTII AVE.
MatlntHja 'odnca lay and Hatorday.
TUIItD WEEK AND 1.AST mtT ONE 01?
GEO. S. KNICKT
In Ilnnaon ilnward't and OuthI lltilaiico'a now pUy.
Oallarr, 35c. j IUrv.l. U5i., tOc, 70e.. $1 and tl.SO.
IVI1EIIM TIlUATIli:. ithat.. and 33d at.
J Uv.rr orenlnc at 8. 15, and Saturday Matin..
MI? WII'K. Maaars. K.lorr, Millr, It) Mon,
TIIK Wll'lj Waloot, Wliatcroft, IlicVrn MUaoa
Tit li WIFE 'Canan. Il.ndaraon, Dillon. Ac, &.Q.
TT KOBEKThON'S UEAUTI1TJL COMEDY,
ninrp Cliarai tira br Maara. Oamond Trarlc. E.
RASTF " w', t;h"- '"'". T. W. IUb.rtiin
UrAOILl Mi k,, Ooahlan, Ml. Pmilal and Mra!
Abter. laiillj;atH,15. MatlnBaluritay, 3.18.
AODEMY-Ol' MUSIC. "" EII1IITH WEEK.
KVENINIJS AT 8. MATINEE SATUltDAY AT3.
Th. l'timmenay hucvaktul MIudmnia,
A lAUJ fHOItM'.
UUliEltVED HKAT3, SUc, lie, and $1.
rpONY TASTOIfS TIIEATUE. UTII ST,
TONY PASTOR AND NEW SHOW.
IJTTLK TICH-JOIIN T. KELLY AND A HOST.
" I'lcaso, nm'niu, I tluu't kiiow."
Grraliliuo afkuil no muru (nustlons, but
slio bit liur hrurlet lip until tlu Mood camu.
" Ko in itncry about tho floor-liat.ket," slio
tliouBlit. " Well, let him sulk !"
But Jonas wim not nt homu wlin sho
rcuchttl their modest lodt'iiiL'X, nml (!orul
illiio vns KiirpristJ at tlio sutlilen sinkiue of
her own heart.
" JIo will lib homo soon," alio comforted
ncrstlf by Euyiurc.
As kIio took tho basket of jajionicas out of
its tiestie-uper vraiiiiiiK. Koiutthiui; ijllt
trrctl in the L-uslitjlit. It was a diainoutl nut;,
fftnti'iied to tlio huutllo.
"This will never tlo," ftnid Onralilino, half
Clad thut her husband v .it not thoro to sot)
tho shining caud. " X u.ttwl Mini it back to
morrow. Joints was riht ufter nil, I will
reccjo no moro tlowors from Duncan Mid
dleworth." And then bho eat down, nil in hor silvery
nnd Ubmio robes, to wait patiently for her
Jtitt ho did not corns. The clock struck
twoUo cue--two- nnd still no familiar foot
step MiumUd on the Muirw.
And Dun nn nwfiil doubt crept into her
mind. Sho hud w his will nnd wishes at do
liimco I Hud ho left her forever ?
It was only during nu instnut that sho liar,
bored the possibility, but that ouo second
made her heart cold as ice.
And when the nost day's sun dawned,
lurid and i lieerlesb, nnd bho still sat alouo,
cowering over thu binoulderiup; flro, fcho
would have uiven half a lifetime to bo able to
live over the hibt evt ninij once more.
" Why did I touch tho basket," bho asked
liorself.'pasbioiiately, " when ho wished ino
not? Oh, btirtlv I linvo desored this
iinejuish, this terrible, doubt, for paiideriiiR
to my own base vanity. If he would only
como'back aaiu, but"
Sho dared not say to hoi self, " If ho should
novcr como back !"
Tho day ctept by, nnd. slio still sat huddled
Br that tli. atXT. Trad. Mark Is on 3JSR
all packaam, lUfow any other. rSaaaaaaaal
M E2!n aH 'ffTS "tJI lMJ '4J; iaaaaaal
One bottle Warranted to cure any JH
Cough or Gold or your 'H
money is returned. MM
A Pleasant, Swift and Sure Oure for .Hfll
fOIJHIIS. COLDS. WIIOOPINO OOUOII8. PATltH itaiaH
JNCIIKtr '.PI.hlflttaY.IIIFMOUI.TY IN 11 11 K AT II. M
Wi UHONOHITIh Nl ALL INKLAMMATOBY H
HlsKAMCl OKI HE PUI.MONAIIYORUAN8. 'flaal
I'takrniaaaoonaajroii foal that Irritation or drrnM i5H
T th. throat oucaaioned by a cold, four to alx dOM. -WUl T'HH
UNLIKE th. majority of Congh Pmnaratlona, oe I 3H
Kan.eti.rant WILL NOT OUKr, CONSUMPTJON. j fH
hut wo hare heard from MANY tun of a PKRVEOT. ''Vflaaaaaaal
car., whrr. tlmillaaaaahadbMn PKONOUNOKD Oon. kBaaaaH
aiimntion tiy Phialcltna. and th. patents ASSURED J3B
that thrir ONLY HOPE of a KW raars mora of LIVM 1s?a1H
waa a oontinurd r-aid nc in th far Konth. 'OgaaBBBBBai
,.!",,tl,l..U,U, lltl"'V WONDEItl'Uf. nadlslnaj i3bH
CO.iTrt NOTIIIM), and as 01 oaaa ont of .nrr 101) iffH
WILL UK OUHICII. It la wl worth th. whll. of all 'lliM
aufTorera from Pulmonary troul.ln to vM
AT LEAST MAKE TIIK TRIAL. V JH
Prlc. pur hottl., routalnlua: a half pint (.nonsh to otsa' inflM
rlllit paopl. If taa.n In tuna). r,'fUt
00 CENTS. -3M
INSIST ON HAVING M
Siker's Expectorant S
And you are positively sure of Cure. Hi
Do not allow anj un to tntiaul rem otbnrwb Botd ''lHfl
by jdmoat tl dKri tbroughout lb United BUUt &&M
at ptlc no UlghHr tbn &t our IUttil Krtbltthiutul la J'M
New York. 1H
II ANV drutglit rafuMg to annplj yoa, roa etua b-!
SUUK nf cvttfnir, what you aak tor At th dzy-coote H
duum and (ttneial atorM, or direct 1
UKUaaiSTA AND MANUPArrruniNO OnEiUSTfl. i'vM
!:ntaulishi:d iHie. --"" f3M
AT 3&I OTII AVI;.. NEW YORK. iM
f8S Waalilnatun atrt, and jtaalH
65, 67 and 69 UUrkaon atmt, N. Y. i IH
Daacrlptlr. Catalogue and Pries List raaflod (raoo a iaaiBifl
The National Automatic Gas GoYernsr. jH
odverho33 Per Cent H
ATTACHED VSK VV B
ffllpfliC saving IM' ;JH
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EBsrmoa; ot. bills re.nlt from oxeeaalTBtTUiH
praaaurr. AVIumi uaj "blow." at tu. barn.r, i KbbsB
11 I. holnr iratfiid pro rnta. The blcbsr ifaa'TSH
nraxure, the Ire the llluinlnatlon cuttt Uib'IIH
Inrtrrr the tr bill. . j sbbB
Tue Butoiiiiitln ui'tlun uf Uanratr, at tar bed " ItltMM
to each iiialriUaiil mrter, permit, tue con-. v-SB
suinrr to ruatiol bis awn Dre.sare rraardleaa treBaB
oribellnst uinpaur, a. d obligatr. bim tapar, t8MH
tor only Ibe minimum tupply of Gas reanlreotsSliBal
fur econouiln service. v IhH
Hecarea n .tcudr and Increased IlIaraloatloB, .-) aSH
re.ulilnar from rraiilar presaare anil eon.e VFJbIsH
queut nerlect cntiitiii.tlon of ibe sasea, tana I'lMflB
In.urlntrapurenDd hcailhrul alraoanherr. ""laaaH
rri'Tenis the rilauvreeable wbisttlitr. blow- vVdosH
Ina utiu aiuoUlnar of burners, and er .rqaeaC 'issBBsl
Injury tecclllnca, pnintliia. or drnix -oicSbbH
(rrnlly rrducrs "fire Insuruuce IUka VIbsbbI
Inolden. to MtrcniulnB" Cub Jet and Born- ,''.SU
em. and .Meld, ibe frequent dangerand ea 'rgH
pen.eur broken fflobes. wJlbBsB
The (iovernor eosta rnn.umcr praotleallr 'WM
noihlna, uh the.nvniar In )n Hills mberafnll iJ
cnpnclty of meter Is used) will rebate cost of t-rH
4nvernnr In every three or fonr monlbs aetw ' tlasSH
vice, ami In Inrae buildings every sixty daraa Ji'IbsTbH
thus rrtnrnlns; from UOOioUOO per cent. an- .t'.SM
nunl illTldend. upon the Investment (or eostoz li.rfmM
Over lO.UOO In service. Every BiacbMs t'&aaaal
Exclusive City or State Agencies Awarded. H
The Union National Gas Saving Go,, H
741 BROADWAY, 'H
A31USKMENTS. . wSB
CASINO, BROADWAY AND 3VTII ST. BaBsi
Er.nlnKsatS. Mallueo Saturday atX '.'ijbbbB
luoatiarkllnff Comlo Opart, .fftBBsH
THE MARQUIS 1asBsi
Recairird with roar, of laoabtar. LiBSBl
AdmUalon SO cents IJH
POOLE'S THEATRE, 8TII ST..4TH AVE.AB'WAY" IbbH
10..., 20o., 30o. MATH. Mon.. Wed.. Than., BaU iIbbbB
HIP. O. KIIANCK in MARKED FOR LIFE. 'bbH
N.ltwrakDOMINlOK MUKUAYlnRIOHT'SRIOIIT. JtH
HUNIlAY KV'O NEXT, tho Eminent Entertainer, ;J2saM
u 1 in a licnp, pallid nnd sick at heart, with no 3
encr;y fur nnythinii. She hud Bent back the t !H
diamond riu promptly, ns on insult which -H
sho would not for a moment brook. But, - ,"H
nlns ! it wiih too lata now. r
For OeruldiutMvnu (.Tiulunlly becoming as- tiH
Burod tbut lior own folly had forfeited her a 'ijgH
hubbiuid's love, and Bho cared for naught 1m eH
in life. ll
Tho dunk was again gathering Badly around vH
hor, wlii'ii tho door suddenly opened and a '"41
tall figuro entered, ' KI
"Gerry! Why, what's the matter ?" $M
"Jonas I" aBBaa
Sho uprnng into his arms with an hysterical ivfiS
shriek. Tho sudden revulsion of feeding was rH
too great a uhock. '"itH
" I havo torn it nil to pieces. Jonas. X &fU
never wnnt tu ceo it ngnin," hhe cried. ?fl
"Tom what topioces? I don't understand SH
you. rhild." oH
" Tho horrid, odious basket of Japonicas?" -wH
" Oh, I remember now, my darling," with fl
a tender pressure of the hand. " How shall ;TjH
I tlmnk you for your regard for my wishes 1" fcjH
"liut, Jonas, why did you leave me with jH
out a word?" she asked breathlessly. ,SM
" Didn't UrifUth givo you tho letter?" '$M
"Your letter? Ko!" tlH
" Then ho was half-drunk, as usual, T sup $B
pose. 1 was telegrnphod from Albany, by my .sjH
employer, to bring him up some valuable ijCjH
papers from the ollico, and had to take the
midnight train without an instant's delay. X ?jM
liad no timo' to see you, but I sent you a Una 'jM
by Orilllth with diroctious to see you home." wH
" Ho escorted in home, but he no ver spoke 2H
about n letter," Ktid (iuruldiue, bursting into
tears. . t-JH
" Tho old villain ! Ilut I hope you were zMM
not uneasy, dearest ?" wuHbbI
" Oli, Jonas, I was miserable. I I feared jH
you hud ceased to love me I" sobbed this '' $H
youug wifn, ''ILH
" As if tl nt were posslblo, darling I" H
But Qoraldine had received a lesson, never- H
thelesa lesson which she remembewd. BB