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M . THE EVENING' WORLD: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1887. "''nit'&$U
I AS SEEN TiniOUGn A GLASS.
KIXDEUOARTEN OBSERVATIONS ABOUT SOME
A MEN WHO DULNK.
The Dirraomi n Goml Plncefnr the Btmlyof
Jtltut The Fire. Proof Honllierner Who
Never Gets Drunk, the Young Man Who
Iteconie Mellow an Thrre Cocktn.Hn unit
lie Who Call Tor " Polly " nnil llourban,
-r r FT! GOOD barroom Is n
Q iajfy!)n kindergarten for tho
n? j1k& & I B'uy ' humanity.
yWALs" J ''10 'ns for I'onij
ZdrJ$Jfr drink Is pretty nni-
A1 ""tn? TerBn' nllt "ids its vo-SsP-
A 3533 Iftros i" widely differ
1 Vf 2Z; oat strata of socioty.
I J- ti,0 df difforenco
iciliUv Jr thoy nro nffect0(1 by
fijffPfA Somo men nre liquor
$nfkl v(fl Prof Hro ig on. on
A fedv jp j 'd. Southerner, from
llJS)iyM 171) Maryland. At tho
S3, JnlrJJ family placo in Fred
iC II II III "W' ' crick County lie was
brought up on whiskey. Good, old, oily
stuff, too, with no Bting, and gotting in its
work as comfortably as tho circulation of tho
blood. Ho takes to it as naturally as a baby
to milk. It only sarins tho cockles of his
heart, puts n more unctuous Bound into his
towoIs and mellows him into a genial mood.
Ho doesn't know whether ho couldn't get
drunk if ho tried, but ho novor tried. Ilo
will tako his whiskey straight a dozon times
o day and never havo a suspicion that ho is
drinking. Nobody else will, either.
This young follow takos a Manhattan cock,
tail. Ho drinks becauso all tho boys do, and
becauso ho likes to got a littlo jag" on.
When ho has had ono cocktail ho is nilection
oto, whon ho has consumed two, ho yearns to
do good to his fellow man, and after his
third his conversation breaks out like a rash.
Tho fourth generally obscures his relations
with humanity at largo and brings him into
close relations with a hansom.
Here is a tender littlo dudo. Ho is enough
to oxcito tears of joy. His trousers look us if
they wore stood up in tho corner when they
were not on duty bracing up his dainty legs,
and his collar holds him liko a mother's
lovo. His face is as solomn as on undertaker.
" Givo me a littlo Tolly' and somo Bour
bon," ho says. Ho tilts his arm at a stiff
angle and quips it down. His oyos givo a
blink in spite of him, and his breath seems to
have been takon away for a minute, but ho
preserves his funereal air, and thinks ho is
This old chap, with n stiff, gray mustacbo,
follows his stomach up to tho mahogany,
and takes whiskey, too. It has decorated his
ruddy cheek and varnishod his bulgy eves.
Ono feels that if a lucifer match were applied
to his frame a gcntlo, lambont flamo would
unread over him, as if ho were a spirit lamp.
He begins tho day with two or three cock,
tails and ends it with two or throo nightcaps
of old Monongohela. Tho time botweon is
lightenod by a regular succession of cock
tmls. In fact, life itself is a duration bus.
tainod by tho faithful cocktail. Somo day
the doctor will tell him: " My dear sir, if vou
have any littlo matters that you would liko
to sottle perhaps it would bo safer to attend
to them now." And tho old boy will turn on
his pillow liko a worm and sav: "Doctor,
don't you think a cocktail would bo good."
Of course, thero aro other beverages of a
Stimulating character, and often of a compli
cated structure, which are submitted to tho
bibulous supportors of tho bar. Hut whiskoy
is the great American sustainer. The young
boys who aro just beginning thoir education
in tho consumer's art will cover their glass
with their hands, not to " give away " that n
"finger" instead of "four fingers" is thoir
American women havo not yet taken to
liquid soliloquies nt tho bor, Thoy some
times tako advantage of a big dinner to get a
littlo groggy. At ono of the Bwellest dinners
in a largo city tho iuebriotv was rather dis
tressing. In tho conservatory was a beauti
ful fountain whose silvery stream fell into a
largo basin in which disported goldfish. Tho
Cold fish didn't disport worth a cent tho next
morning. They ltoated on top, dead. Tho
guests had gathered round tho basin as if it
were tho pool of Siloam where they wero to
be relieved of their ills. It was death to tho
innocent goldfish who had always taken
their water straight.
COIFFURES0 THE DAY.
Coiffures is the most distinguishing charao
istio of the present fashion.
The low coil of hair on tho neok is only for
morning and street wear.
I Tho pointed bang, which has boon so try
ing to many facos, is now worn only by
Fluffy bangs are decidedly more becoming
lhan tho pointed bangs, and aro cut by tho
hairdresser in such a way that tho straightcst
hair will look fluffy.
The latest fashions from Paris show a
French twist, with tho hair knottod and
twisted high on tho head.
Tho most popular stylo hero is tho Galatea,
introduced by Mrs. Langtry. In this coif,
furo tho hair is noither high nor low, but just
on tho crown of tho head, looped, whilo tho
ends aro curled. This stylo is most success,
fully carried out with falso hair, as so fow
ladies havo a natural wavo.
BlnUInn It Knny to Look Pleasant.
From Pari. I
"Now," said the photographer, "are yon
" Ye, " replied the easterner.
"Well, keep jour eyes on this spot," he said,
pointing to a place on tho wall where was Inscribed
i in large letters "Positively no credit," "undtry
to look pleasant. "
Tire poor aa well as tho rich can n Adamson's Bo
lAKioConouUALBAM. Price, lOo. . ?"""" uu
j I , V' " eTer many,"
y 1 T5 Xftg Kitty Dalo used to
RJiMiiL ill Bfty' na n carneBt
!NfPifl?yS. 11 nmllmlf in fun, "tho
p. ii&Jyi J J I fortunato man or, if
ty Vj W you liko it better, tho
(C ) J I r 11ufr'unirt 'nan
irr-iyA Air7 must bo a person who
('Vv I $31 possesses thcBo throo
fi W wo. iualities wcalth.good
,n ; r looks, Benso. I namo
i rh z wcn"'1 first, becauso I
jl 1 52 necessary and desiro-
Sill: bl iunlIty of tho
Mil ' c55- turC0, Although I
vl JjjZs would never think of
S-- ur; marrying a fool, or a
' nvn whoso uglincsB I should bo ashamed of,
.') yet I think I would sooner talk sensibly for
tho one or shino for tho other, provided ho
were rich, than to economize and live in ob.
") Mnrity with any man, howovcr haudsomo
nd sensible ho might bo."
I know not how much of this camo from
Kitty's heart ; that somo of it did tho sequel
t '. will show. Without doubt sho built her full
. share of Spanish castles, for her education in
Jhe duties and objects of llfo wos exceedingly
j tmperfeot, if not absolutely false. Hut who.
. i VH ",!0,mi1 aoquaintod with Kitty's truly
r womanly nature could not doubt that she
a f ??b,e, ' deeper and nobler sontimentB.
UtPru ,e tlmB npproaohed whon Kitty must
vg the important stop the most important
"womaa'i Uf of. which she had often
NEW YORK'S LITTLE NAYT.
The rollce CommUnlnnm Wnnt to Inerrtue
It by Tito Htenm I.nunchci.
JCfcA. PETITION Is before
"i & dP if "i0 0ftr ' Estimate
Nivbt rt2flL n n Apportionment
vScfirNl ft 1 1 'r tw0 Btonm loutfobcs
'SvXtli ill or t'10 'mror 1'oHcn.
i3S.'wL Jt '8 ,IrBel1 lllRt tl10 cx
'0W penso of these would
K3W!3 Tfry moderate, and
"14 V5ifcttl naniaS many
J" nn( important. Tlio
' : -w harbor polico consists
of thirty-two men, viz. : One captain, threo
sorgcants, two roundsmen and twonty-six
patrolmen. At present, besido tho steamer
Patrol, tho navy of tho harbor forco consists
of four boats, four-oared, and manned by
threo men in blno civio blue. Tho crows
havo to start from tho liattery at a ocrtain
hour, whether tho tido is with thorn or not,
and row up to tho placo where they aro to bo.
gin their duty. Thin takes a long timo often,
nud is hard work, so tho men aro not as fresh
as thoy might bo when they arrive at tho
point whero tho real watch beginB. The
lauuehos would do good service in transport
ing tho crows to those tioiuti.
Commissioner Voorhis is very much in
favor of tho introduction of tho launches. In
conversation with an Evening Wom, repor
ter on tho subject, ho remarked: "Tho
Hoard has tho mibjoct before it, but they do
not ant till tho end of December. I think it
very likely thoy will decide to grant them.
Tho Patrol is not used, oxcept for firo or mil.
tiny, and is laid up at 7 o'clock in tho even
ing. Tho launches would bring tho men to
their posts fresh. Besides, tho launches
would bo doing patrol duty whilo going up
and down. A naphtha launch would cost
very littlo, but oven tho steam launches
would not cost moro than 82,000 apiece.
" We would want to get somothing as
noiseless as possible, bo ns to lot tho patrol,
men steal up on tho thioves. Tho small boats
would still have to bo UBcd, of courso, as
bomctimes tho men havo to run in undortho
wharves for thieves or in search of stolen
" How do thoy catch anybody stealing on
the wator ?" askod tho reporter.
"Well, thoy generally notice suspicions
characters in tho boats. If anybody looks as
if he wore doing something umiBiial thoy
watch him. Then they got notice from tho
forco on land nloug tho wator-front. Tho
warning may bo given that n boat with a
questionable look has passed up or gono
down, as tho caso may bo. Tho land forco
has a codo of signals by which thoy can com.
municato with tho harbor police."
" Can't tho polico bo rocognized by thnir
uniforms, so that tho thioves can get away."
" Yes, sometimoB. Frequently tho polico
tako off their hats and coats and disguise
themselves as junkmen."
Tho reporter let this beautiful trait of
devotion to duty by which a policeman
drops tho lordly uniform of bluo, and
assumes tho undecorativo garb of the junk
man, sink into his mind liko tho moral of a
Sunday school story.
" What do tho thioves steal ?"
" Oh, bogs of coffeo or anything they can
lay their bands on. They Bell it to men on
Bhoro who cnll thomsolves ' dealers in mer
chandise.' and buy old refuse, injured goods,
and the like, of stevedores to keep up tho
appearance of legitimate traffic. Tho river
thieves aro rnoro professionals than tho land
ones. It is their business, and thoy aro all in
collusion with tho junkmen."
THE BEARMAI)E A STIR,
lie Gets a Wide llrrlli from Fcilrstrlana on
Ills Way Downtown.
I JnAI liill'WjMll row rocenlly, two boys
YlM nnnllil oxctcdagood doal of
(( J , interest. They wero
AAvJ IVOOin smart, young and in
j3XhL?w offensive, yet they
i k K$r HI orcated quiton sonsa-
nsAYltW t'on' Tuo iolico' n9
PCS'yy L ( thoy passed, eyed
xi L2L,ip them and got a bettor
' grip on their clnbs.
Tho women assumed a terrified look, shrunk
off to the sido and said, "Oh, my!" Thoy
gave the boys as wide a berth as they could,
and turned round to look at thorn after they
got bv. Tho small boy took a vivid interest
in tho two youths nnd whooped thorn
up and trailed after thorn in tho wake
of admiration which thov left as thoy forgod
It wasn't that tho two boys wero so inter,
osting in thomsolves. They had only tho
usual qualities of their kind, and thoir mer
its wero deeply hidden, but they carried
something. One had possession of tho hind
quarters, tho other clung to thn front section
of something that looked liko a magnified
Newfoundland pup, with ruety black hair.
At onu stngo of thoir progress tho front
part of the animal raised its head and play
fully spreading out its foot, entered an at
tachment on tho boy's jacket. It was a smug
littlo black bear. Tho bearers wero heading
towards Wall street! The playful brokers
will perhaps tako advantage of Jay Gould's
absonco to train him as n pet on tho Ex
change Ho is young, healthy and vivacious,
but no match for n bull. Hut thero is no
telling how ho will dovolop on a Wall street
Three Folltrn of Men.
The wise old Comtesee de nBed to remark
that there were three follies ot men which always
amazed her. The nrst was climbing trees to shake
fruit down, when It thoy waited long enough tho
fruit would fall of 1'self. The s "cond was going
to war to kill onu another, when If they only
waited they would all die naturally, 'the third
was that they should run after women, when If
ihe refrained from iiolng so the women would bo
suro to run after tiiem.
spoken so lightly ; when sho would givo her
friends nn opportunity to judgo how much of
her heart thero was in tho words wo havo
cited, . .... ... i
At tho joyous ago of eighteen she had a
goodly number of suitors. As sho novor sori
ously encouraged but two, wo will follow her
examplo, and leaving tho others unnoticed,
consider tho only rolutivo adumtages and
merits of her fa orites. t
If this wero not a thoroughly true story I
would avail myself of the privileges of tho
literary artist, and picture tho two gentlemen
in strong controst, so ns to heighten tho ,
effect. I would represent tho ono as a rascal,
but rich. Hut tho truth is, our poor genius
was neither a genius nor verv poor. Ho
was n clerk in n bank, with n sufilefeut salary
to enable hiin to livo very cnmfoitublv, but
which offered no chance for his ever bocom. :
ing rich. I
Frank Gothwait possessed many excellent
qualities, which gave hiin the reputation
among tho early and moro discriminating
portion of his acquaintances us being "u
highly ebtimablo young man:" among his
comrades ns being "a very good fellow;" and
among the young ladies of being "just as
nice ns ho could bo." i
Kitty loved Frank: sho couldn't holp it,
and Frauk know it. Ho was convinced sho
preferred his society to that of Tom Well- I
ingtou, his only rival. I
This Tom Wellington his comrados called
him tho "Duko" was neither an idiot, or i
hump-backed, or bow-legged, all of which I
wish ho had been; it would havo mado my
story so much moro interesting. On tho con
tiury, ho was a Bensiblo, bandBome, well. bred
young mam and, to far as I know, thero was
not a trace of the rascal in his composition.
Besides these advantages, he the son of one
of our merchant princes possessed an in
oome sufficient to enable nim to live su
perbly, He counted his thousands when bis
rival counted hundreds.
Frank rested hla hope, therefore, entirely
DIFFERENCES IN TERRAPIN.
DEALERS SAY THEY ARE TO A LARUE
The Ijon-r Island nnil Connecticut Tnrletlrs
an (load aa Any Other Home Itrulers Hell
Them for (Jcnulnc Chrsaitrake liny Ter
rapin I'attrntnsr Them by Hand They
aro Fond of Oyster Jnlco nnd Oatnienl.
MT may not bo gener
ally known," said ft
Fulton Market fish
dealer, " but Long
Island and Connecti
cut terrapin aro now
always sold in tho
market as Chesapcako
liny terrapin. Tho
latter havo long been
considered aB tho finest
-Jn.. variety in tho market,
jATjH J&ts n,,d havo always com.
jggrt y'eiSjito mandod tho highest
' S(Jh prices. It is not wn-
""' jf rWwjkvi a'r tno Puro'insor,
-u ,r naJi2 however, to givo him
' -'v5 n Xjong Island or Con-
uocticnt terrapin when ho asks for a Oheso
peako Hay, for tho former so resemblo tho
latter, both in appearanco and in quality and
.flavor, that tho most expert judgo of torro.
pin would find great difficulty in distinguish
ing between them. What nro known as
Southern torrnpin nro lighter in color, and
como from Georgia and tho Carolina. They
aro also usually smaller than tho Northern
terrapin, a id aro inferior in quality."
" Does their sizo detorniino their valno?"
"To n great extent," returned tho dealer.
"Terrapin are always measured by tho length
of the under shell. Every inoh above fivo
inches ndds from BO cents to sjl to tho prico,
whether sold by tho siuglo ono or by tho
dozen. The prico is also often determined
by their condition. Usually thoy aro all fat
when they nrrivo in market, but sonictimos
they get lean and bony on tho journey. In
Buch n caso wo havo to fatten them up boforo
they aro put on tho market."
" How is that dono ? "
" Hy feeding them with oyster juico and
putting them in tanks filled with oatmeal
wator. Tho latter in vory fnttoninR. In a
fow days tho effect of this diet is apparent.
In most instances, however, n torrapin can
livo for weoks without taking anything and
not deteriorate in condition.
' Unliko other reptiles of the samo species,
torrapin aro not at all vicious. In fact they
aro never known to bite, although thoy aro
furnished with as sharp a pair of nippers as
tho ordinary snapping-turtla. On tho con
trary, thoy aro gentlo oven to playfulness;
and n small terrapin which I took homo
about throo weeks ago is still running about
tho house, tho children nnd baby playing
with it as they would with a kitten or a pot
dog and with a good deal moro safety, for
kittens have claws, and puppies teeth, which
thoy do not hesituto to uso when tho occasion
demands it. With tho pot tcirapin, when tho
play gets to rough for him ho simply draws
himself into his sholl and is porfoctly safe
from his persecutors. In my opinion a terra
pin is ono of tho most interesting, amusing
and harmless pets that children could havo."
Tho avorago six.inch terrapin, if he is fat
and in good condition, will make about two
quarts of " stow," which is sold in tho mar
kot at $t n quart. Tho prico of tho terrapin
is about $,1.60. Tho astonishing increase in
valuo which attaches to tho product is duo,
it is said, to tho fact that so much skill and
art is required in tho preparation of the do.
coction in question that low havo been ablo
to nrrivo at tho nocossary proficioncy, and
naturally thoy sell their knowlcdgo dearly.
A DOLLAR DINNhR FOR FOUR.
Contributed Dnlly to "The Breulnc World U
by One of tbo Ilrnt Known City Chefs.
At to-day's market prices the material for this
dinner can be purchased for $1.
Broiled CodflBh. Parsley Since.
Baked Uaoaronl. Mashed Potato.
Boiled 1'lg- Pudding.
Jelly cake. Apples.
O ; O
Dnlntles of the Market.
Primn rib rout, 18a. tu 20o. Ioblters, 8c. to lOo.
Porterhouse Htcnk, 25o. White hah. 15o.
Hlrloln teak, He. to 2Qo. Pickurel 12o to 15a.
Iir mutton, IGo. Fruit flab. So.
Uinibcbupx. 25o. t"23o. Flounder. lOo.
u Teal, 203. Slra n Ip.ut, 12o.
Kiinlhh mutton ehotw, 3Se. Illu-ll.h, 16c.
.nuihhtncli,tf'rri.lic.tolGc..Whttnptrchl 10o. to IBo.
Vftnl cutletn, 2Ho. Red snappers, 13o. to ldo.
KweethreadH. l?" ler dcren.'llftlitmt, 15u. to 18o.
Calves1 heads, r.0,'. tC0e. Striped baM, IGo. to2So,
ltosstinz piir, $'.1.50 ern. Illack bass. lOo. to 15o.
Uoastchlckon,12c.to20c.lb. Sheepahead, MOe. to25o.
Koastlnirturkers.ltc.tolCo. ftmolte, 15c, to 20c.
Hqimbs, $:l.60 fci $ dor.. Little-neck clauis, f0o, to
lloetun genu', 10c. to 'J0o. 60o. a 100.
lloebJll ducks, lHc. to20o. Ojntnrt, 75c. to $l.f,0 a 100.
Ordinary ducks, 14n. to 15c. Terrapin, tl'itoSMa dgi.
Cauisaiuacks, 4 3.50 pair. Green Turtle, 12c. lb.
Oroua. $1.25 pair. Green turtle eoup, $lquart.
l,artridte,75e.t.i1.25palr. FriBile-, COo. lb.
Hood lilrd, $1 ilcr.cn. Terrapin stew, $4 quart.
Itedheads, l.M)ptr, Shrimps, $1.50 jier gallon.
Mallards, $1 pair. Hcallops $1.50 (mr gallon.
TerJ, 75c. pair. ('elery, 12c. bunch.
()MMne. 25r. lb. Peas, 30c. balf.pnck.
Ouill, $:l.50 d"K. Squanlies, 10.'. to 15a.
Kngllsb snipe, $2.50 dot. Pumpkins, 20o.
Plover. $:i dot. Musliniorns, $1 quart.
Ilall. $1.50doi. Unions, 15c. to 20a. half-
Itabbils, 25o. apiece. ieck.
Venison, 20e. t,25o. Csutilloners, 10o. to 15a.
Woodoock, $1 pair. Lettuce, 5c, head.
Fresh cod tongues, 15o. lb. ('ranberrys. 10c, quart.
Frtvth mackerel, 15o. .Horseradisfi, 10c. root.
Kea bass, 15c. ;Hwcet putatoes, 20c. balf.
Fresh Kenebeok salmon, 75c tteck.
Fresk Kpnnish Mackore!,75o Uroa beans, 20c, quart.
Chicken Halibut, 16c. I Ktie planta. 10c.
(Jod, Cc. 'Urstor plaut, lOo, a bunch.
on tho influence ho possessed over Kitty's
heart. Tho " Duko," although just tho man
for her in overy particular, as ho was rich,
handsome and sensiblo, could novar succeed
in winning her affections: and tho nmiablo
Frank could not or would' not bcliovo sho
would allow tho promptings of her nobler
and better naturo to bo over-ruled by worldly
When he, however, ono day insisted on
knowing his fato, sho startled him by saying,
with a deep-drawn sigh, " Ah, Erank, I am
sorrv wo ever mot ! "
" Yes, I havo thought it all over i wo can
nover bo anything but friends."
" What!" exclaimed Frank, turning sud
douly, and nervously twisting his bloudo
"Never, never!" said Kitty, in a tono
Frank sat down besido her on tho Bofa s put
his arm round lior wuist in spitu of a gentlo
" Don't do that," and letting his voico sink
almost to a murmur, spoko to her to tho
proud Kitty until she wept bitterly.
" Kitty," said ho, in n tono full of tender
emotion "Kitty, I know that you lovo me.
but vou aro proud, ambitious, selfish! If it
is really your will that I should leavo you,
Bpcak tbo word, and I will go."
"Go, then," murmured Kitty.
" Have you fully decided?" asked Frank,
hardly ablo to behove his cars.
"Then, farewell I"
He took her bund in his, looked for a
moment at her pretty, tearful face, and thou,
unable to control himself, pressed her pas
sionately to his bosom.
Bho not only submitted to his embrace
without a struggle, but, giving way to an lr
resistible impulse, threw her arms lovingly
around his neck. Suddenly, however, recof.
looting her resolution, she loosened her hold
and pushed him from her with a sigh.
" Shall I co ?" he stammered.
imC0ULD NOT RUN AWAY.
Because lie Wa Oue-I.rird He Bat Htlll
nnd Went to Hlnc Mlnsr.
ev-yr WO Jolly follows, each
Iff (TSf 5uv ' whom had lost a
Mj5?3 S Vj? ( leg, got on a Hudson
V7V PiUfrl Hivcr train at Albany
(r V V JSiUf recently and took a
-nf! JA J 'scat in tho smoker,
B 7j g 111 H directly bohind n man
Vvai 1 Ul of '"Ku',r'0UH counto-
)W al. nnnco 1" two woro
f ySLs-jn. Wftbaving a good timo as
IrXSoP "SS tho train whirled
swiftly along, and finally ono of. them pro.
ducod o llask of whiskoy. Vhilo thoy drank
with back-tilted heads, the solemn man eyed
them wistfully, whereat tho bottlo was prof,
fored to him.
Ho clutched it cagorly, tilted his head
back and kept it so until n smack of .his lips
told that the half-pint residue of tho contents
had disappeared. Thn owner of tho bottlo
said, generously t " Oh, keop tho flask."
" Thanks, Cap," said tho sober-faoo. " I
won't git another drink liko that for two
' How's that ?" askod ono of tho one-legged
" Why, yon soo, that's n deputy sheriff
over in tho back seat, nnd bo's taking me to
Hiug Sing on a two and a half years' sou
tenco." "Why don't you watch your cbancoand
jnmp tho train at l'oughkeopslo ?" askod ono
of thn others in u whisper.
" Why, I can't, you sen. I've only got ono
leg and I can't run," nnd ho pointed to a pair
of crutchi s standing behido tbo officer, who
was peacefully dozing in his corner.
Thero was n hilariotiB laugh from tho othor
two at this, and they congratulated them
selves on thoir better luck, in which, whon
tho curious circumstances becamo known,
tho whole carload of poKScngcrs took part.
CITY ROYS F0N1) OF ThTS.
An Uptown I.ml Vreils Ills I'et Kid from the
As in tho kingdom of tho blind thn ono
eyod is king, so among tho boys who find
their amusements in tho strcotB, and whoso
playthings nro few, tho ownor of any livo
stock is king by right of his possessions.
Tho lovo of animals is innate in every boy,
and ha shows it by showering altematn blows
and hugs upon tho object of his affections, as
his inconsiderate parents probably do to him,
and as lm will undoubtedly treat his own
offspring in tho years to come. Any man
who dosires to havo his horso held for a few
minutes whilo ho enters o shop is always suro
to find plonty of boys ready to quarrel for
tho honor of socuring tho important posi
tion, and whilo tho fortunate aspirant
officiates as temporary hostler ho and tho
horso aro objects of intorest, sympathy and
envy from the leBS favored who surrouml
In an uptown street the other day thero
was a crowd of boys between the ages of fivo
and fifteen years, surrounding a tall boy
about twelve yoorB of ago, nud his now pet, a
baby kid, which an indulgent parent had
bought for him nt tho considerable sum of a
dollar nnd n half, Tho littlo creature was
fat and white, ns tame as n kitten, and far
moro affectionate. Tho happy owner was
buBily engaged in fastening n cord about tho
animal's neck, and was eager to explain when
questioned, that ho kept his pet in the stable,
and fed it from "the baby's bottlo." Tho
cord being satisfactorily adjusted, tho proud
owner started to lead his pet away, but his
affection was too strong for such a stately and
dignified modo of proceeding and when he
disappeared around tho corner tho kid was
kissing his face all over and tho boy's ox.
firession was ono of folicity, whilo ho nugged
ho littlo animal to his breast as n motlier
might hug her child. Tho crowd of admiring
and envious boysfollowed him at a respectful
distauco, but there was not oven ono littlo
girl among thorn.
Sirs. Tllton Ilnys Heeclirr's Hook.
I from Clara JHUi'm L4tltr.)
There was a bit of sentiment In nn auction sale
this week. Allhough It was a disposal of the ef
fects of Henry Ward Beecher, Utile Interest was
excited outsklo ot his personal irlends, who at
tended fur the purpose of buying Fourcnlrs ot
their beloved pastor. Books and brlos-brao went
our after another at about their original cost, until
a tiny, paper-bound copy of Mrs. DrotvnliiK's poems
was oficied, Tho auctioneer regarded It cari
lessly, but one person present had 'Uncovered writ
tenon a fly leaf: "Theodore Tllton to lleaty
Ward Beecher," and he bid li up slowly to one,
two, three uolldts, finally lolng It lo totneliody
who gave Ave. Elizabeth Tllton was the ostensible
Ilo Paid for tho Dilvers' Preference.
M. Qnlbollard stops his cab and alights at a res
taurant, enters, orders a glass ot beer while
glauclng over tho newspapers. Suddenly remem
bering his cab-drlvcr, he orders the wulter to run
ouisldo to therab and see what the driver wants
lo dtlnk. By and bye hs gets up and asks what bo
" Five francs," replies tho waiter.
"How so? rive francs for one data of beer!
It's Impossible I"
'Kxcuso me," replied the waiter, "yon forgot
the halt a bottle of Mudrria mid tho plate of bis
cults rihlcli I served your driver 1"
Why Did He Htnnd
From th Chicago Tribune,
Why atood hs on the burning deck,
Why did he act like that 7
Was It a blurf amid the wreck,
Or did tho boy stand pat?
What better mine for him to do
In tliat too ruddy place
Than try to All by drawing to
The flush upon his face,
Unless he had a hand to show
111m fixed beyond a doubt T
But what it was we'll never knowi
He never played It out.
Toor bny l whom Mrs. Itemsns sunj:
His luck, at best, was Blim;
Twere better lar had somo one wrunj
A cold deck In on him.
-& I III Pjl ,
sub ui uron the sofa, sonniNo and wr.r.r-
A faint "Yos" fell from Kitty's lips tho
next moment Bho lay alone, sobbing nud
weeping, on tbo sofa. Hut, littlo by littlo, I
her grief fceemed to wear itself out. Her
tears ceased to flow and her breathing became !
moro regular. Her head rested on Tier arm,
and her face was half concealed beneath
flood of dark brown curls.
The struggle was over t the pain was al
ready stilled, Bho saw Mr. Wellington en.
ter, and sprang up gaily to meet and wel.
come him. His manner pleased her; his
tocud position and wealth fascinated her.
NOT HIS STYLE TO BE CALM.
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S0.UE rECULIAHITIKS IN OKX. TRYOR'S
MKTHOHS OP COURT ORATORY.
When Once He (Sets Wanned Vp to HIsHnb
Jrct Ho Hrnds llm Dehorn living nnd Per
forms n rovterful hrrlrs nf Vncnl fSytn
imetlrs Ilo Intruded (Inrei to Lo toilet
and linprrsvr, hut I'nrxnt It.
rms. Suf H0Sr' wh0 Brn Pro-
"JrA & tJS fesslonately intimate
filftfX a with Gen. linger A-
wV $ S I'fJ'or know that ono
sala" Jj ot his most marked
v Vr peculiarities is his inn-
I """vV .S hility to keep cool
1 . rtl whilo ho is conducting
J) x ft, a caso in court or mak
N111I '"K " ',Bn' on.'"""'"!
' (( ,'&,Z&-'-'-' This weakness must
have impressed itself on nt lenit one member
of tho United States Supremo Hcneh during
(Ion. l'ryor's recent visit in Washington in
behalf of tho condemned Anarchists in
When ho once gets warmod up to his sub
jeet ho apparently loses all control of him
self, and tlio piercing tones of his voico as
ho thunders out his points can bn hutrd
ringing through through tho corridors of thn
Court-lloiisn from the top floor nway down
to theSlHTift's Olllco in tlio basement, while
his arms and hcml perform such a wonderful
serieH of acrobatic gyrations ns.to fairly
miiko his spectators di..y.
It was some timo ngo thnt an incident oc
curred in n session til thn General Term of
the Supremo Court which, according to a
friend of (Jen, l'ryor's who was with him at
time, illiiKtrated in a most amusing mituner
this pcctilinrity of tho fiery Hoiithion. Thero
is very littln call for a display of oratorical
talent in arguing it point of law before the
(tctiurul Term, nnd Urn. l'ryor wns on this
occasion very much impressed with thn tin.
usual calmness and quietness with which n
lawyer present was stating his cai-eim appeal,
for nn hardly rnii-ed bin voico above a conver
sational tone nnd did not nveii umkn a ges.
ture to enforco his remnrlts. Tho (icnoral,
recognizing his own weakness, remarked
upon tliis incident mid said to n friend sitting
bnsidn him: " Now, thnt is thn stylo of argu
ment I liko and I linvo been tryini; to culti.
vato it for years. When iny caso is called I
am going to present it just liko that. Now,
you obsnrvn, 1 may not always hno boon sue
cessful in carrying out my ideiiH to tho hitter
in thn past, but watch to-day how I am going
to hold mysolf In.
As chauco would havo it his caso was tho
noxt one called. Tho General got up nnd
true tt his word surprised n good many of
his friends present by thn quiet, deliberate
manner in which ho began his argument.
For fully fivo minutes ho went on in ibis way
bctrnyiug not the slightest emotion or oxcito.
intuit whiitover, when nil nt oncu ho mado n
point which seemed to drive overy
good resolution out of his mind. As
its vnst weight nnd importnnco
flashed over him ho suddenly broko
forth with his voice pitched on a high (J of
Bticb terrific force that it caused even tho
sleopv court officer to wakn from his dozo
with n start, and sent n thrill of anguish run.
ning down the spinal columns of oven thn
staid judges on tho bench. Thero was nn
end of pence nnd quiet for tlio next three
quarters of nn hour, whilo Gen. l'ryor hnm
liicred out his points with characteristic
vigor that might havo attracted attention
nway down on Hrondwny if tho windows had
been open, in spite of tho rattle nud clutter
of tho drnys nud bucks.
Tho argument wns brought, as is usual with
those efforts of thn General, to an abrupt und
sudden close that was almost ns startling, by
contrast, as its inception, and gathering up
his papora hastily, lio bolted for tho door
without speaking to or oven looking at a sin.
gin ono ot his friends. Of thn earnest pro
testation thnt ho had mado only n fnw min
utes bnforo not thn remotest recollection ap
parently remained. Tho Uenorul's friends
think that ho is incorrigiblo.
HninrthliiK They Iltteit.
From the Villilrg Chronitl-,
" IlAsehalltsts are not generally In favor of com
muting the Anarchists, " remarked tho Judge.
"Why?" ssked the Major.
" Because they dislike bad Fielden.
Not lite Reason.
From the HU.nwra Chrontele,
Constant IUud'r. No, Iho term "blanket
sheets ' Is not applied to newspapers nn account ot
their size nuking their readers swear when they
FrRFUMK YOUR DRAWERS.
Handkerchiefs, Litres, Nolo Paprr-i &c.
with Hiker's Ainrrlrun Mnchrt l'oivdrr,
Ouarantoed Pi bold Its odor for ftvn years. In fact. It la
perfect and far ahead of I.uhin'a, Atkinson's, Coudrsy's
or sny Inutorted or doinr-tlo Odors. Heliotrope, Whit
H ise, Violet. Musk, Jockey t'lttlt, I'atchiul), Carna
tion, lMnk, Mareehal, YlaiiK-Ylaiiff, New. .Mown Hay,
Franghiannl.t'hjpn. Prices: Kleyant and attiatiu pack
ets. 2j cents; Ifrcornted .Metal tiAskets, mih ounce, 25
cents: Decorated 3tetal Caskets, containing quarter
puund, 110 cents.
A rnr.TTT ooon test.
November 1, 1HX3. Mr, HlKKn- From a lady corre
spondent 1 received a plis of pai-er which hsd ben
pait of s wrapper of your American Hacbet Powder. The
ml.ir Irorn the paper was s asreeahle 1.1 me and so very
stroiis that I jilaced the scrap anions my Utter paper,
the result of which, as you will yourself notice, Is, n this
slntt. Will y.iuscud me a cataloguo and prico Ibtof
your perfumes slid Sachet! lowders at esrlet oppor
tunity, that I may i-rd.-r for tho holidays, anil liblice
lours truly. 1ULM1 tl. Puatt, Lancaster, Grant Coun
When we receivd the forocolnrc letter at our store (MS
(th avn.) It was ' tlroiiK of tho oetfumo that wn at unce
recognized thn identieil odor. Wn piilijlsh this letter as
sliowins that our American hacHET Povrur.u Is to bu ru
lied on anddoslrnd.
Insist on hatinir Itism's Naciii-.t Pouncn and Trn.
rUMP.S In thn original packafre. Do not allow any one Pi
persuade yon otherwise. Bold by almost all dealers
Ihroujjh ut thn United Mates. If any drujrKlst refuses
to supply )ou, you can lm sure of Rettiuir what ion ask for
at Iho ilry-Koods houses anil Roneral stores, or direct In in
WM. 11. ltlKKHn bflN, druirslsts and lierfumers, ostali.
Iialie.1 IStll, nt 351 Cllir.vo.. New York, l.-tt-oratories:
rs& WaKhlnicton St., and 65, &7 anil G!l ('larkson st., New
York. Descriptive ctal i:un and price-list maited free
on application. Try Ilium's uitra stninif llANDkicu
CllirK KXTllALTS. Price, 15 cents. ,
His benrt, hn snid, hnd long been hers;
would sho not accept his hand? Sim would,
and did. A kiss scaled thn betrothal i but it
was no such kiss us slit- had gi-.cn Frnult,
nud sho could scarcely suppress it sigh. Poor
Tho wedding was suberb. Elegantly nt
tirrd, her bntuty was truly dazzling ; while
everything urounil her seemed to Hunt in thn
w itching atmosphere of it fairy land, sho gnvn
hrr hnud to thf inuil that her ambition anil
not her hntit bad chosen.
Hut it must Imi admitted that ambition
could not have made a belter choice. Slio
already saw herself surrounded by a inimer.
ous circle, which acknowledged hrr as its
quttn. Her path was strewn , with fortum's
favours ; her balk glided gently over tlio
smooth nud placid stream of an riichiiuted
lifo. No clouds obscured thn horizon of her
existence; whntevirof joy and gladness tho
outer world could gho was hers in rich
abundance Her ambition was satisfied ; but
not so her heart, as bho was not slow to dis
cover. Her friends wero numerous', her husband
was tender, devoted and loving, but all their
friendship und all his tenderness were not
sullirirnt to satisfy tho longings of her wo.
mail's heart. She had Known what it is to
loe to bo under the influence ol that divine
enchantment which cannot be bought and
sold like rhuttels in tho market, but lur
heart utenied dead : it found no coiisolatiou
or sympathy in her luxurious life.
Then came a change in her huslinnd. He
could not long remain blind tu tbo fact that
: his lovo was not returned. He sought the
I companionship of those whose gaiety enabled
him, in some measure, to forget his grief t ho
betook himself to those social byways which
are the refuge of so many disappointed bus.
bands, and sought to warm his heart at for
eign hearths. Kitty complained to her bus
band that he had neglected her. Ilo replied
with reproaches that she hod deceived him,
. i rj a i ' I-
PASTERS AND SCRATCHES.
r.vldenccs of n. I, urge. Ileniocrntlo Tote Cent
for lie I.nncey Nlcoll.
A reporter of tlio Evening) Woiild has
talked with n largo number of inspectors and
poll clerks who srrvod nt tlio recent oloc.
tion. Jinny of them hnvc bcun election
ofllccrs for years, nud they all say that they
never before saw so many pastors nnd
scrntched bnllots as worn used by voters who
desired to cast their ballots for Sir. Nicoll
An inspector in thn Seventh Election Dis.
trict of thn Fourteenth Assembly District
says that snveiity.ono Nicoll pastors wero
used nu the Ihiilod Democratic tlckot. Tbeso
snvrnty.oiio pastel s wero certainly voted by
In the Nineteenth Election District of tho
Third Assembly District Mr. Nicoll's voto
wns Increased by forty-flvo pasters'. In tho
Twelfth Election District of thn Eleventh
Assembly District .Mr. Nicoll received fifty
six votes from pasters. In tho Twentv-ninth
Election District of the Ninth Assembly DiB
trict ho polled thirty-two paster votes.
It is thought by many that if tlio inspectors
of tho HID election districts of tho city wero
interviewed as to the vote Mr. Nicoll received
on a straight ticket ond on tho scratched and
paster tickets, it would bn found that Mr.
Nicoll received tho votes of nt least .10.000
Democrats who voted thn rest of thn United
Democratic ticket. The straight voto that ho
obtained camo from the Republicans.
nilly Soutcr, onco nliout thn biggest man
in Wall street, and who was forced to suc
cumb to thn inevitable, is been now and then
about bis old haunts.
Charles II. I.uland, ono of New York's
millionaires and tho President of thn Sixth
National Hank, Is Miry handsome in a Spanish
stylo and isn'follower of Kerry Wall.
Hnnrv Steers, nlson bank President, prides
himself 011 being a crack shot, and has ono
r' i" ' Ihm homn, No. 10 East Thlrty-olghth
butoi, litttd up with sporting implements.
Howard Lnpslny, formerly a petroleum
broker, nnd now onn of tho youngest mem
hers of thn Slock Exehnngo, is known by his
bretlnon nB tho "Jersey I.ily," though no
one cnii tell why.
Good-lemperod littlo Chnrlio Frohmnn is nt
his oflh't) at U o'clock each morning, nud ro
inains them until midnight, with it few Inter
vals for food, Ho workB all day Suuduy.
Still, ho grows fat.
It. St. John Heasley, TTcasnror of tho
Homor Leo Hank Noto Company is always
gotten up in thn latest English btylo, and is
inundated with demands for his tailor's
name. Hn is an athlcto, und fond of nil out
Manager A. M. Palmor goes ovory evening
to his "farm" in Stamford, Conn, This lit
tln house is exquisitely furnished nnd is no
more of a fnrm, in the real significance of tho
term, than tho Madison Squaro Theatro is n
Stnwart F. Merrill wears tho ncotost of
littlo bangs, and prides himself on his Social
istio principles, and is mildly surprised that
his father as yet hits evinced no disposition
to divide his Newport und other estates
among the multitude.
In Town Tor a tiny.
Ocn. n. E. Slckel, of Albany, is a gnest at the
Sir Lyon nnd iJidy PI av fair, of London, arrived
at the wind. or last evening.
den. Htephcu V. llenet, 11. 8. A., Chief of Ord
nance, Is a guest at the Grand.
At the tit. JanieslcIT Chsndler.of Washington,
and Sir Francis Drnys, of KnxUnd.
W. II. II. (Adirondack) Jltirr.tr, of TJnrllnirtoD,
Vt,,hnBiuado tho .Metropolitan Hotel lilt temporary
Secretary of Stale Frederick Cook, of Hoohester,
arrninpauled by Mrs. Cook, H at tuo Murray Hill
James J. llelden, of Syracuse, Congressman
elect tu succeed Frank lltscock, Is at the Windsor
Two of President Cleveland Cabinet, Secretary
of trie Treasury Kulrchlld and Secretary of the In
lerljr Luuisr, ure quartered ut iho llucklngham.
William Wurrrn, of lloaton, tho veieran actor of
the Museum romi any, came to thn city on a flylu
visit this mornlnx and registered ut the Windsor.
Bishop Denis M. Bradley, of Manchester, N. II.,
mi 1 Itev. Fatners Patrick llnlatun, ot Nas'iua,and
John J. Lyons, of Manchester, who arrived ou the
Auraula yesterday, areataylDg at the (filsey House.
Miss Alice Longfellow, of lloaton, Is among the
reo' nt atr.valsat the Allituiurlc. MIssLungfellorr
Is In the clly to attend the wedding of her brother-In-law,
Capt. Nathan Applctou, to Miss Urlngton.
Senator J. blo.it Pus-elt, of Klinlra: Col. A. 8.
Iluford, of Klr.hmond, Va, ; John C. Churchill, of
(iswoiu, and Forest Unininituloncr Theodore II.
llusfelln, ol Croghan, Lewis County, arrived at
the Fifth Avenue Hotel thn murnlng.
Itccent arrivals at tho Fifth Avenue Hotel nre:
United Status Seniit r Frank llisouo, Slate Sena.
tor Francis ileudrlcks, ot Syiucuse, Kx-Attoruey.
(len. Wayne McV. ugh, of l'hiludelplilH ; 11. II.
Smailry, of Vermont ; J, V, Clarke, ot Chicago,
president of tho Illinois Central Uallroad, and
Mdner Sitplierd, of Ncir Haven.
Cut This Out Urine It with You.
It la wonderful the lluraensn crowd of peopis that daily
visit t be great lull a million dollar assuues sain. This is
thisiock uf s large wuulesaln llrui tllst tailed in llostun.
and by tinier ot the ciurt the stoaL was moved to .New
York, and positively must be olossl out within nva days.
'Ibis arost sssisnee sale Is now xoinaon lu thn two Urns
stores In tun siisloty double t.udltu 713 and lit)
llrutdwsy, betwnnii Astor uUcu and 1-uurtti atreet, .New
York City. Tun stielt consists ol nearly f 5 JO.0 .1) worth
of lino lellor.mada Clotuinn and other goods, livery
thuia will bn sold at retail bo per cent, leas than tlrst
cost, as it Is ordered that Ills estate must tin aettled Up
within live days Irflin tbo tlinn of openlnr. In order to
show wtutt ettraortllnsry bariraina am heme offered, net
unotn (hs lolloping Men's tins bearer Urnrcoats,
SJ.U5. guaranteed worth elo or money returned.
You are allowed to keep tills Overcoat home lour
days, aud If you do not thluli It worth 6I&. this Is s
guarsnten yor. oan havs the $i 'Jl returned any tuna
within livo daya. Men's elegant illyslsu orerooats,
ItS.Pll. 'lb s laRUirsutssd a tegular a'.!0 tlrerooat. A
anlendld a.iltof men's clothes. (J.ltJ. gusranteed worth
CM or mutiny returns'!. Kitra tine tallor.madn men's
suits. A7.4I1, ausrsnlentl to tin worth $IH, Anelegtnt
pair of men's Mnter rants, ifil.t. guaranteed worth
VS. You can k.ep lliesn pants home four days, and It
you do not think lny am worth t'.l we hereby utei to
return thn Sl.Va st any time. The rineat quality of Men's
Derby Hats, 'jo cents, gusranteed s regulsr 44 hat.
I'leg.nl woollen Jacket, 7 onuls. worth iH2.SU, and
100,01 0 different other aoids at thn great nsalgnen sain In
thn two large huildltirs 71S and t'io llrosdwiy, hntween
Astor place bnd l'ourttl street, New York City, Hnmsni.
ber, this ureal assignee Bile rnuat rlon in fivn dava.
Iloth buildings opsn trom V in tho morning till Hal nlgnt.
Cut this out snd rsmember tlio sddmas. 71s and 7-0
llroadway, butweeti Astor placo and rourtU street, ew
hnd never loted him reproaches that her
conscience told her sho deserved.
" What right have you." he cried, " to cnll
mo o account, go whero I will, or do what I
will- you who havo nover loved me?"
" lliit it is wrong, sinful 1" remonstrated
" True," said ho. " It is tho sinful fruit of
sinful seed. And who sowed this seed? Who
gavu me her build without her heart '( Who
becanio the sharer of my fortune without
giving mo a share of her alleetmiisi1 Who
lias taught inn the pangs of nun qiiitcd love ?
No. no, do not weep nnd chisp our hiindbl
1 say nothing that you ilo not deserve to
" I linvo not said I do not di serve your re
proaches ; but. whether 1 am ur not thn cold,
deceitful thiug you Bay I am, you must bee
that this slate of things canned continue,."
" I know it," ho said, fitutly.
Wellington's brow bom n portentous as.
pect. Hn fixed his eyes for a moment on his
wife, and then said, in a iinie.iired tone : " I
have dtcided to live with you no longer,
madam. I am tiled of being called the bus.
band of tho dimming Mis Wellington. You
must go your road. I will go ininn. Neither
shall stand in tho othvi'b way. Wo will bo
" Hut tho world ?" cried poor Kitty, treni.
"Tho world, ha!-the world will flutter
you and admire you then as now. What
more do vou want ? To call a simple joining
of worldly mten sts, in accordance with cer
tain forms, a union what au absurdity I
Tho farco has lasted long enough. Hut fow
understand tho meaning of tho word man
and wifo. And do you know their meaning ?
po you know that there can be no union un
less mutual love be the connecting link f
Enough of this mummery 1 I will oousult
with my friends regarding the conditions of
our separation. No, no, you need havo no
fears, you need not weep and cling to me.
PAIH BEST nnmsit tWnLEACHED BaTsV fisl
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MTU STREET THEATRE-CORNEa TU AVHJ JilH
Matinees Wednesday and Hatnrdaj. Jl'sH
LAST WPEK OF ,4H
. tii;o. n. kmcjiitv )V.1H
In urcmaon Howard's and David lielasoo! nsw pUn 3$rsl
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MONDAY. Nov. 21-DKNMAN THOMPSON. , VkM
Till: OLD HOMESTEAD. ' 'gsH
GRAND OPERA-HOUSE. WARDnj fM
Reserve,! sAsts, Orchestra Circle snd Tlaleonr, Moll .H
FlthDKltlOK WARIIK In OALUA. IIH
To-morrow-Mat., Vlrn-lnlns: ulsht, (laston Csdol. ,JsH
Neitwnek-A l'AItr)Il MATOH. 1 SM
Next Sunday-Prof. OIIOMWKLL'S ' iM
beaotllul Lectnrs-AMERIOA, OUR HOME. !
THIS TUESDAY EVENINO. , "VJH
Revival of Robertson's Corned, I 'CamL
, Characters liy Messrs. John GflbsrW ttssH
rseinm Osmond Tearle, E. D, Ward. J.VTVl M
SCHOOL. I'lltt, Mrs. lulse Kldridf, suift lH
NetU Onion snd Airs. Abbey. J 3H
STAR THEATIIK. H
Mil. HENRY IRVINO. A'ssH
MISS ELLEN TERRY, . ?iH
and tbs Lyosnm Company Every Erenlnff and SstraosaT iiH
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Saturday Evening, LOUIS XL !?s
CASINO, UROADYYAv- AND 3DTII ST. WtsH
EvenlnrsatS. Matinee Saturday at X asH
The siivrkllns- 0,imle tlpors 4AH
THE MARQUIS VjlH
Received with roars of Isughtsr. 4H
Admission BDosatUt,' iB
MADISON RQUtRK THEATRE. ''H
Mr. A. M. PALMER ....Bole Muucsst iMM
Ileirlnsst H.JU. hatnrdar M.llne-t 2. KSssW
THE MARTYR. i
Wllil A UTUONU CABT. B
JvVuv Qrou)s,Srw VMurm,Seu Attraction .tH
Coneertt Dully. Ailmleilon to alt, BOc. y
TONY PASTOR'S THEATReJ
MATINEES TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. , ,'H
Howard Attieneum Stjeoialtv Co. iM
ACADEMY OF MUSIC. THIRD MONTiLT 'ffiB
EVll.NINI.S AT S, MATINBERATUKDAYATa J3H
The Phenomenally Sneeessfnl Melodrams. I USH
A IIAItK -HCItt'T. , . "ssH
RESERVED SEATS. 60c, 75o. snd $1. ' WM
RI.IOU OPERA. HOUSE-lltmLESQUE. , , , vil
HICK'S Rico A Diiey's Sumptuous Prodnction H
nuiti.EsuiiE , tui: i:oit tut. v.H
COMPANY. with Its Koritwna attrsotlona. t:ssB
C5 A HTIaTS. I Eve's at 8 (sharp). Mai's Wed A Sst atJ H
LYCEUM THEATRE. tth aro. and 234 lU OH
Every evening at S.15, and Saturday Matinee. tQ
THH t ll'h , Messrs. Kelcey, iflller. LsMornaJ igM
TI1H MII'K Wslcot, Whsstcrnft. Dlclcson; illssol .?
Till! WIFli I Cayvan, Henderson, Dillon, Ac. to. 1 .U
POOLE'S THEATRE-STH ST. AND 4TH AVE. '"&
lUc.,2He.,3U. llatlnes Mon.. Wed.. Thur., SssJ !
DOlllNll'K MURRAY in RIIIIIT'S RUIHT, S
with Marvellous Meehsnlcal and Seenlo r-fleets. H
Neat Wesk-THIt TICKET-UF-LEAVK MAN. mM
I will ho Kcncrous with you. You shall havfl 9
as much of my fortttno as you demand." $?W
i Hu iubhcd her from him. Hhe fell on thd B
sofa, ami from tho depths of her despair ah; wm
cried : " Frauk I Frank I why, why did I WM
send you from mo? Why as I sohlintl $!M
until this camo upon rnu to ojieu my oyeg ?' .JM
She hty upon the sofa, sohhmn and weep. MM
ins liittcrlv. Gradually her crief seemed to) jEam
nuhbiiltt; sho hreathud calmly; hor tcartl $S
t't'iised to How, and her head lay lightly on 'Mm
her arm, over which huiii her, loosened JM
trcsKcs in all their luxurious profusion. s9
"Frank:" eho lnurmnrs budtleulyj " dear fdU
Frank, come hack to mo, come back toruol" ra
" Here lam," said a gentle voice. "SBI
She opened her eyes and raibed her heads 5Jk
Frank stood besido her. igN
, " You have been asleep," said he, smiling. al!
" Asleep :-"" Ay, and havo been dreamine." W
DreamiiiB?" murmnred Kitty; "and is this tmi
I all a dream ?" , , , , , , ?M
" I hope so," takniK hor htind. I knew y3
vou would not drive me from you so cruellyt IhM
6o I waited in your fathor's room, where I 2M
have been talking with him for tbo last hour, Wm
I caino back to plead my cause once more, and ,
found you asleep whero 1 left you." JKM
" Ah. what a friuhtful dream !" murmured &M
Kitty, rubbing her eyes. " It was so like J
hideous reality that I tremble when I think fl
of it. I thougut I was married I" W
I "If it was so terrible," said Frank. "I 'ia
hope yen did not dream that you wore mar- sS
ricd to mo." ijfr'm
" No; I thought I had givon my liand to JIM
ono who liad not, and to whom I could nevoj" -M
gite my heart." isM
" Bo, then, he to whom you give your hand, TOM
must first have won your heart ?" ... al
" Yes, Frank, ho niuit," said Kitty. mllin4t MM
through her tears: "aud there it ill" 1M
And at St. Jude's Church, on a bright Junt !M
morning in the year 1862, as anybody mar 'M
see by looking at the ehurch record, then and '.
there were united in the holy bonds of wed- 4M
lock MrJrtuik Gothwait and Miss Kitty Daltv ..31