f . . 'THE W0R1B1 TrEDNESDAYlEVENlNG, DECEMBER 21, 1887. 9 MI
' BRIEF GLIMPSES AT SOCIETY.
I TUB GAIETIEB FOB THE PBEBEKI YEAR
HEAELY AT AN END.
T1 Her. and Mr. William n. Cook to GIt
I a Reception and Dance thl Brenlns to
I Introduce Their Daughter Mr. Olanb
and ML. Harrier to be Married on Jan
18 Tvro Dance, at the Murray Hill Hotel
SXk A 1 EA11LY nil of Decern-
TfuHncnd. Tho first Meek
srs U BkJHH n January -will bring
1 Rfttfl 1 Hmi ' " 1u"on Htunber
til It BRk. fJt'l'fl Tho Rov. nnd Mrs.
1 iF'JfHSI William n. Oooko
J JnL&'N&' w"l bIto & reception
"JVAIvn tm nnce is oven.
IflJAk (wi lug nt their home, 230
iMkTtflr v WcBt rity 60C0ud
3Vjl? . street, to introduce
H ffiTk L- Vthoir daughter, Miss
Bf '..i - ' Oooko. Tho houso
I vsH IJ will be handsomely
flyaBTWWV.docoratod with oxotio
,C yl' plants and cut flow
ers. Miss Ferris will assist in rocoivlng. The
dtfbutanto will wear roso French faillo, with
OTcrdraporios of hand-embroidered laco and
ploovoloss Vcbrsago. Mrs. Oooko will ro
coivo in heavy black Bilk, with trimming of
jet passomentorio and black nnd whito laco.
There wero 1,200 invitations issaod, which in
eluded tho following-named persons :
Bishop rotter, Mm. Klbrldgo T. Gerry, Mrs.
Georire Warren, Dr. and Mrs. Moriran Dlx, Mr.
and Mrs. Albort Oallailn, Dean and lira, noir
nan, Mr. and Sin, Urlco. Mr. and Mrs. 1'aul
Tbetiaud. tho Messrs. Tlieband, tho Jlcv. Dr. and
Mrs. Seabnrr, Mr. and Mrs Cooper, Dr. and Mrs.
J, 11. Ball, the Misses Stevens, tho MeurB. Waln
wrlRht, Mrs. Catiln, the Hev. Dr. Huntington,
Mrs. Ogden Goelet, Mr. and Mrs. Redneld. Mr.
and Mrs. 0. L. cooko, Mrs. Batlerloc. MlwSattcr
lee, tho Misses Boardraan, Mr. and Mrs. William
Olhon, the Ilev, and Mrs. Perkins, Mr. Leroy,
Mlia leroy, tho Misses llhlnelandcr. Gen. and
Mrs. Webu. tho Misses Webb, Mr. William Ilhlne
lander, Mrs. Waldo, Judao and Mrs. Brady, the
Mlsies Brady, Mr. ami Mrs. MrKeevor, Judge and
Mrs. Daly, Mr. and Mrs. HofTninn Miller, Mrs.
WUmerding-, Judge and Mrs. Lawrence and MUs
Mrs. F. Fisher, of 812 Fifth nvonuo, will
givo a roccption and a danco this evoning.
Mrs. J. A. Bostwick, of 800 Fifth avenue,
will give a dinnor, followed by an informal
danco, to-morrow evening.
The danco civon on Monday ovoning by
Mrs. John W7 Minturn, of 21 Washington
square, was not in honor of hor daughter, ns
has been announcod, but for her niece, Miss
The marriogo of Mr. Edward W. Marsh and
Miss Fanny Itawloy will take plnco on Jan.
12 at tho rosidenco of tho bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Mason Hawloy.
Mr. Frederick Conklmg, of 27 East Tenth
street, will (rive a dinnor on Friday evening.
Tho marriage of Mr. Nathan Kauifruan
nnd Miss Carolino Grnbfeldor will take plnco
at 0.80 o'clock this ovening, at Delmonico's.
Tho Kov. Dr. Gottheil will officiate. There
will bo no bridesmaids. The ushers will bo
Mr. S. Kroisor. Mr. Charles Kaliske, Mr.
Ernest Strauss, Mr. O. Mayer, Mr. J. Binge,
Mr. T. Guckenheimer, Mr. J. Berg and Mr,
Two dances, within a week of each other,
will be givon at tho Murray Hill Hotel. Tho
first will bo that of Mrs. J. B. Brush, to-morrow
ovening, to introduce hor daughter.
Miss Pansy Brush, for which 1,200 invitations
havo been issued, and at whioh many
debutantes will assist in receiving, including
Miss Edith Vail, whoso mother, Mrs. James
E. Vail, will give a cotilion thero on
Wednesday ovening, Deo. 28.
B0SSE8 BEGINNING TO YIELD.
The Walter' Union Recognized by Ball
Officers of tho Waiters' and Bartenders'
unions say that several hall and ballroom
proprietors havo lately yielded to their de
mands to employ union help only, notably
Mr. Gottheimer, of Arlington Hall, in St.
Mark's placo, who formerly employed non
It is reported that many labor and social
organizations of workingmen have quietly
boycotted several halls where the proprietors
have refused to recognizo tho union waiters.
As a result of the boycott tho bosses aro be
ginning to yield.
The Plain Truth
1m tbt HooU'i StvrsapuilU ha oared thouiinds of peo
ple who suffered severely with rheumatism. It neutral
lies the lactic acid In the blood, which oaaset those ter
rible pains and aobes, and also t1 tallies and enriches the
blood, thus preventing the recurrence of the dlseaae.
These facts warrant ns In urging you. If you suffer with
rheumatism, to give Hood's Srrsapanlla a trial.
" Harlng been troubled with Inflammatory rheumatism
for many years, my favorable attention was called to
Hood's Sarsaparilla by an advertisement of cares It bad
effected. I have now need three bottles of Hood's Sarsa
parllU and can already testify to beneficial results. X
highly recommend It as a great blood purifier." J O,
AYERS, West Bloomfleld, N. V.
"I had rheumatism so that when I sat or lay down I
could hardly get up. Hood's Barsapaxilla bas almost
cured me. P. OARNKS, Gallon, O.
N. B, If you make up your mind to try Hood's Sana
aaparilla, do not be Induced to take any other.
BoW by all druggists. 81 1 tlx for 9S. Prepared only by
O. I. HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar
THE TRUFFLE FRENCHMAN.
BY OA8VON VABSXT.
Translated for Tub World oy J. a CurKn. J
W;J tfl JF5a. FEW ton168! do-
s l VlaY58!! "No thank yUi"
l ! CPnElreP"0(1 Dr. Tatesson,
Jj.n nil Wjturnirnr away with an
' W 1 1 air of unfeigned ropug-
fQk ' &T I nance' ' ' I inT0 not
wKV 5?s 'aBtod truffles for the
YTlKj tiast fifteen vears .'
I f PjiV " But you used to bo
KrrjrS iLffOj-yv oxcoel'nsly fond of
iVo'i 1 fOW them when I knew you
WlNSLrZ long ago, doctor."
fHKlflf! "Very true, bull
Vl IITTbT ' It I ' cannot bear tho sight
I l H?! em Bnco was
'riUHSSW MB'truffiod' myself."
tlCRnNIisSK a look of purzlod
surprise appeared on every f aco.
" It is a melancholy story," resumed the
ioetor sadly, and as I havo nothing more
Important to talk about meantime, I may
tron toll It to you now."
B After a momenta eilenea. during which ho
SB Mrad to iall deoply painful recollections,
H doctor Ujm,
V ' Ton know that 1 was attached to the
lS012rT,)iVl,Lny,?M, aphysiclan. Iwus
2h11iX"?T15 1 times, and I haTO
M StmIuw? of mrlou dramatio
WL. jnoat,Sil-)Jf8.i.,a 18Ta ""-t Imotvriththft
Ilfc Sm nS.0 tiuem 11 1 embarked at that
I M S2E?i? 1th0 ne" frigate the JMive,
I 1 2E8 wi0,'? ? "!! " the Southern
A CHILD'S LIFE SAVED
Wli.alimjnlli old lh left lundc! oar 11UU grud.
child btuntaiwtUudhidrrtr apsunnooi a Urn
boil. W.pltlMdlt,lntaUtoiwpartwM, About fir
months attwitbtoaataroaaln son, Booa cthar tons
formod. II. then bad two of lUm on aaeh hand, and u
his blood btcunt mor and men lmpot. It took Urn
forthuatobrukoit. A. ton ount on th. ohln,b
nth th. nndnr Up, which m nty ofi.ndn. IIU bwdl
wnonolldiob, dUoharsiec a (rat dual. TbliWM
bis oondltlon at twratr-tiro mooUu old, whan I under
took the oar of hta, hi. mother hr1n dlwl whns h.
" little mora than a groar old, of oomumptlon (Hisfula
of oonrae). II. oosld walk a little, but ooold not let up
If ha fall down, and ooold not nun whan In bod, harlnc
nouaaot hla bands. I ImmadlaUl oommanoad with
thnOUTIccnA IlIUKDiEa, mlns th. Ouncuni and
Conceit. Soap frealjr, and when ha had taken
ono bottle of the OCTioun UitiOLTr.ST,
hla head waa completely cured, and h wa
Improved In .Terr war, W. war. Torr much en
oouratad, and oontlnned the um of th. remedies for a
rear and a half. One aor. after another healed, a bony
tnattar forming In eaoh on. of thaa. At. deep one. art
befora heallm, which would Anally crow loow and wan
taken out! than they would heal rapidly, On. of thee,
ugly bona f ormatlona I preserred. After taking a duan
and a half bottle he waa completely cured, and la now,
at the ate of alx yaari, a strong and healthy child. Th.
oara on hla hands muat always remain i hla bands ar.
strong, though we once fearrd he would never be able to
nsethem. All that physlolana did for him did him no
good. All who aaw th. oolld before using th. Curiam
Hiuzdizs and see the child now consider it a wonderful
cure. If the above tacts an of any use to you yon an at
liberty to use them. Mrs. E. 8. DRIOOS,
May S, 1888, 613 Bast Clay at., Bloomlngton, 111.
The child waa raally In a wore oondltlon than h. ap.
peared to hla grandmother, who, being with him every
day, became acouatomad to th. disease.
Ourrcuiu, the great skin cure, and Cutiootu Soar
prepared from It, eiternslly, and Cotioura Hxsol
vent, tbe new blood purtner. Internally, are a positive
care for every form of akin and blood dlseaae f rom pun
plea to sorofula.
Mold everywhere. Price, CUTICDTU, Wo. t Soap, 3Sc. t
TtEBOLVENT. 1. Prepared by the POTIIB UBUO ADD
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. CJ"8ond (or "How to cure Skin Diseases," Otpagaa,
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m EVERY MUSCLE ACHES.
Sharp Acnes. Doll Pains. Strains and
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Tbe nrat and only pain-killing Fliater, V5o.
NEWS ABOUT THE ATHLETES.
Jem earner, It Is said, made $2,600 by his Boston
Jack Hopper and Billy Edwards, of Chicago , aro
matched to right to a finish with sUn-tlsht gloves
In two weeks.
The National Amateur Skating Association's
meeting will be held in the Windsor llotcl to
Mr. Alex. Ncwbnrger, the well-known road
driver, was yesterday presented mm a beautiful
carriage whip. It la Ivory-handled and gold
mounttd. The slx-ronnd contest between Harry Langdon
and Hill Gable, with as small irlores as the law
will allow, will take olsce next Monday alternoon
at Odd-Fellows' Hall, Uoboken.
The handling of the Mew York fowls In tho re
cent main with the Connecticut birds by clever
Tom Murray, had more than a Utile to do with the
winning of the main by Bach a tremendous score.
Jack MoAnluTe his signed a contract to appear
with Kelly and Murphy.the well-known sensational
boxers In their variety show boxing aot. Ho will
set to with each of them, after which they will spar
togettior, as of old.
Jack CarkeeV, the Cornish wrestler.has returned
from bis English trip, during which ho bas won
six matches in succession and gone to his present
home in Wisconsin. Bis backer, Mr. W. b. Fas
coe, accompanied him.
Billy Kdwnrds says he will back Kllraln against
Snlllvanlf they meet nnder London prize ring
rules next year. Two years ago he would have
hacked Sullivan, now he thinks Kllraln la coming
forward and the " big fellow" la falling off.
Jack Dempsey's benefit at tbe Palace Hlnk In
Brooklyn on Thursday promises to be a big
success. Ho will set-to with three of the cleverest
boxers In the vicinity, and a number of other
clever performers have volunteered to assist the
victorious Nonpareil. Jack Monasters will be the
master of ceremonies. Hempser's next publlo ap-
Searaoce will be at New Haven on Deo. 23, where
e will take a benefit, assisted by clever Tom Don
ohuc. Dempaev and Denny Costlgan will do the
sparring In Billy Madden's new play, entitled
"Around New York," which opens tt Poole's
Theatre on Tuesday, Jan. 3.
Speaking for the Games Committee of the Twelfth
Regiment Athletic Club and tnat regiment gener
ally, the Chairman, Mr. Chas. J. Leach, ex
presses extreme regret that Mr. G. M. L. Sacks or
any other Invited guest who had kindly lent their
valuable services at the late games should have
been treated In any way discourteous by any mem
bers of Company I), one of whose members was
dliquallUed In the obstacle race. This pronounced
hoodlumlsm on the part ol the members ol D Com
pany should not, however, condemn tho other
members of the regiment, and Is no fault of the
Gsmes Committee or officers of tho regiment, who
would have promptly ordered the men out of the
building had they been within hearing dlatanoe at
tho time. The Games Committe strongly uphold
Messrs. Sachs and MspeB In their decision and
have themsoives been Insulted by these same men
and others In Company 1). Prompt measures will
be taken to prevent any such Insults from happen
ing In the future. No such men will ever be al
lowed to compete again In regimental games.
Bob Wheeler, one of the besi-known of the
sport-loving frequenters of the IIorTmun House, re
turned last night from a four months' visit to the
Adlrondacks in sesren of health. He was sur
rounded by a dozen sports who had bets depending
on his weight on his return. Bob refused to scale
nntil to-night, and his shoes will be carefully ex
amined for leaden soles If the beam Indicates over
130 pounds. Wheeler says he has had a great time
deer-hunting, and, alt bough he wai very conscien
tious about killing out of season, the game ward
ens have altogether too great a Job of tt to entirely
prevent Illegal slaughter of the pretty game.
' Once last winter," he aald. "some spurts from
Albany shot sixteen deer In a yard and piled them
on a wagon. Tney got stuck In a snowdrift and
had to throw out half their load. The laws are
very strict the past few year. Only three deer
may be killed In a season by any one hunter, and be
can only carry out of tho mountains one carcass,
which he must accompany. There are supposed lo
be 50,000 deer in this region." "I'd like to know
whore tney keep 'em, then, " broke In Billy Ed
wards. " I hunted up there for a week with nine
men and about a dozen dogs. All I ever saw was
one little deer walk up a runway. It was only holt
as big as a sheep. "
" Not a singlo patient was on board.
Hence, having nothing to occupy my timo,
tho days dragged heavily on mo. Tue mo.
notouy was almost unbearable. My only
diversions wero at mess.
" I always mode it a point to remain at
table as long as possible first to kill timo,
and second, for tho pleasures of the meal, as
our cook was a man of real genius in his de
partment. He had a special taste in tho con
coction of mushroom sauce, such as I never
know beforo or since. An operiont, spicy,
" Ho was, besides, very proud of his supe
rior merit in this respect and treated us to
liis sartces as often as possible. 'With the
sauces that ho made one could eat a hen that
had died of old ago and thinkit was spring
The doctor ceased speaking for an instant
nnd smackod his lips in memory of theso past
"I ended by becoming a very intimato
friend of this talented cook," ho contlnuod.
" His name was Amcdee, and ho had been
favored with an education greatly above his
position. Wo often, talked over our voyages,
science and the art of cookery, nnd we agreed
with ono another on a variety of niottsrs.
' At length it happened that one fine evon
ing in August tbe Lesslve cast anchor beforo
a beautiful green island, not even as yet ex
plored, as it does not figure) on iheTnap. W
had no sooner gtopped than Amedeo, wlahlna
to givw the captain a little ftgreeablo stirprUo
bv sorting np aonie fresh ftulu, tc-W me that
lie was golni ashore la the little boat known
as the cabbage-packet, and ho Invited ne to
accompany bun. laoeepted with pleasure,
und, without givlns notice to anyone, we
entered tbe boat and soon reached the shore.
Au hour afterwards we were prisoners jjnontr
tribe of savacee, hideously painted and
tattooed, and while thay led us away we had
to witness the agonUine sight of the Lesxtre
weighing anchor and proceeding on nor
"Si. Patcssoa here emptied a glass of oham
pagns to calm the emotions excited by
painful reminiscence. ,
( " Wo wcw expcotlna Try moment to be
.QjfZite j'Varr' 'af air1riF?tiSV'ifaVttTff 'SffiWaTaWiii
B. Attman & Co.,
Closing out tho balnnoo of
this season's imported and
own make SUITS in a groat
variety of materials adapted
to tho present season and
suitable for all oocasions.
Very Much Reduced.
18th st 19th st. and 6th ave.
(18th st. station Elovated Road.)
r theperaunal almotlon f Mr.IIKNRY K.A1IDRT.
TliyKHDAV, Do. S3, at8 16. o'olook. TUKHDAY,
Deo. 47, at 8 o'clock. dATUllriAY, Deo. 81, at B.1&
accompanied by AiniK.IIKI.KMC IIAHTKKITKlt,
Prima Donna Contralto ; Theodore HJorkttetilenoriSlg.
De Anna,13arttona; MIsaNettieUarpenter.Mtne.Haooonl.
Harpist, Hig. It. Happio, Accompanist, and Adolph
Kenepdorg'aQrandOrchaatra. WeberOrand Planouaad.
UNION BOUAltB THICAT11K.
J. M. HILL ,....... ,., ...Manager
BOBSON I BRONSON HOWARD'S
and OIIKAT COMKDY,
CRANK. THK HENRIETTA.
Kverr evening at 8, Saturday Matinee.
Kztra Matlneea Monday, Dec. a0, and Mondaj.Jan. 3.
100th performance Saturday Matinee, Dec 81.
H. R. JACOBS'S 3D AVE. THEATRE,
OORNKR S1ST HT.. AND 3D AVE.
MATlNhB KVKltY MON., WED. AND BAT.
OBSKUVKD BUATS. IIALLVN and HAUT'H
20C rfHtSl' PU1ZK IDEALS.
80a BBOURR SEATS IN'ADVANOB
,. Dec. 38-lfUN ON TUB
TJARRIQAN'S PARK TI1EATHB.
JU. EDWARD HARRIOAN Proprietor
MTW. IIANLBY ...,..,.,,..... .........Manager
CONTINUOUS ritjtJ6Etfs 6V
run. linvvAKD iiAititiu n
QRBAJ AND ORIGINAL OiIARAUTbR AOTINO OF
DAVR BRAHAM and his POPULAR ORCHESTRA.
WBON K 8DAY-M ATINKK-S ATUUDAY.
GRAND HOLIDAY MATIN KB MONDAY. DEO. 38.
M" ADISON SQUARE THEATRE.
MR. A. mTpaLMBR Sola Manager
EVENINGS AT 8.8o! IllfS
SATURDAY MATINKB AT 3. Bl HIbIRZ
8PKCIAL HOLIDAY V" H llUI"
8th ! nd Droadwar. Nlghtlr. 8.S0. Bat. Mat., 3.30.
kverr Bong, Act and SpeclaUxnewtnie week.
PRODIOY PIANIST. BrIghtTravestr on C"0"TD
piIRIHTMAS IN 6Lf VIRGINIA ljKli,a
and Christmas Trees, Tora and Candlaa given awar
every performance. MADRIGAL BOYS.
Uvenlngsat8.IS. Matinee Hatnrday at 3.U.
vCw rtcit'?. bt.Me"If 9'.mSnd Tf'l. Hrrr Edwards,
V,' WV,p'L'itt' Mm.".Il;nl,! Ml" NetuOnloi and Miss
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T THST.THKATRK, oor.Othave
4: Matinees Wedn.adeve and Saturdays.
POSITIVELY LAST WEEKlfe
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GRAND COMPANY OK STARS.
DOLL MATINEE FRIDAY.
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BIJ?rKrtfa KI0E'? BURLhSOUH COMPACT.
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Saturday jvonlng; MR. FLORENCE as Capt. Cottle.
"LYCEUM THEATRE. I 'ffl'njP" Blpii'
Matlneo Saturday. I MH Ea WlsTaSl
Zub Agnlu In Danger.
IJYom (A SekKabUcIf Jrr.
The sitnatlon at Zug, Switzerland, has once more
become a vtrr alurmlng one. la the Immediate
vicinity of the Town Hall considerable depressions
of tbe soil hae manifested themselves to, such an
extent, In fact, that It has been deemod necessary
to remove the archives from the building. Tho
authorities have Interdicted the nsooftbe houses
recently repaired, iloilnss, which have been
made In levers! directions, nave given uns4li.ric
torj rcsalts, almost everywhere mud and slime have
been encountered at low depths, but scarcely any
stone, so that further depressions or slides mar be
looked for sooner or later. The damace produced
by the dlsaater last July Is now definitely esti
mated at '10,000 franca.
massacred," ho went on, " but they con.
tented themselves with putting ns in the
guard of a huge sort of devil-savage, armed
with a ponderous club.
" This unwelcome attendant did not leave
us for an instant during tbe night, and we
could see him at times smaok his chops and
rub his stomach in a way thnt but too clearly
signified that he expected to mako a tooth
some meal of both of us.
" But they did not roost ns either tho noxt
day or in the following few days. Wo after
wards learned that this respite was sololy due
to the fact that, owing to a recent victory, the
larder of the tribe waa abundantly supplied
with prisoners of war.
" One morning Amodee suddenly uttered a
cry of joy. He had iust spied at tho foot of a
big tree a large nnmbor of excellent mush,
rooms. He rilled his pockets with them, and
that same evening, after having gathered all
the herbs that he required, he cooked an
opossum with tho famous sance.
" Wo actually oried with joy as wo eat
them. Our jailer, after having tasted them,
uttered such a cry of pleased surprise that
the King, or chief, rushed to our presence. In
less than five minutes he had dovoured all
that remained on tho plate.
' ' On the following day Amedce, despite
his horror and repugnance, was forced to
cook a prisoner's leg in the Fame manner.
" While he was engaged in preparing this
horrible dich I was sitting sadly at tho foot of
tree. I was thinking that my friend was
certainly saved and that I was as certainly
"It was only a Question of a short time
nntil I should bo fricasseed by tho hand of
my friend Amedeo and eaten In mushroom
" Whllo musing on this unpleasant idea I
was meobunically discing the soil with a
plcos of stick which low in my band. An
xclamatlon of surprise burst from my lips.
1 had just turned np a truffle, an immense,
sweet-scented truffle, a fine at any of those
of Perleord. ,
" I called Amodee, and having shown him
my discovery, we set to work digging tho
soil. We found that truffles abounded on all
sides. That same evening the King dined to
6th Ave., 20th to 21st St.
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Neit.k... , NAT. O. OOODWIN
Neat Bnndaj..... i'ROF. OIIQMWrLI.'S
Christmas aubjatt will U ''MhltUltC KNOKaMU."
l'mpriator and Manager ..Mr. John Stataon
TO-NIOHT AT 8 30 MATINKK HATORDAY.
tilt. ltlOUMlll MA.NHHhLD,
IN IlltJ OWN OMEUY, MOAMKUIl.
Nait wiM.k-UR. JhKYLL XND MR. UYDB.
sumptnously that bo wautcd to pass a fish
bone through Amedeo'a uoseas a couiplimeut
to his culinary skill.
" During the following week tha entiro
tribo did not eat less than iyt times a day.
Amedee, bowevor, woro a uiolancholy air.
" ' Listen to mo, doctor, he said at tho end
of tbe eighth day, ' I have bad uows for you.
Tho stock of prisoners is nearly out and tbe
King's chief Minister, "bo bas been ap
pointed my scullion, has given ma to under
stand that you must be cooked and truffled.
" ' In order to gain time I made him under
stand bv gestures that it would be best to
first saturate you with truffles insido, so that
when killed and cooked you would have a
fine truflly flavor. I got two weeks' timo in
which to prepare you, and during that timo
you will havo tho consolation of stufllug
yourself with truffles and filling yourself
" He added in a teorful voico. ' I promise
you that no ono but myself will havoauy
hand in cooking you V "
Tho guests at this point nero all ntUntion,
listening witb knives und forks in thu air.
" Altbougb I was daily oipcctmg this
news," resumed tho doctor. " I ws pros,
tratcd when I beard it, and the truffles that
Amedee served up to mo at every meal ouly
added to my coubteruutiou.
"They made mo sn allow enormous quau.
titles of them, cooked on cinders, fricasseed
in cocoanut milk, in graty and so forth.
" Tho savages made tho women dig them
out. Tho women devoted tueinseho to tho
work with enthusiasm, and Mould havo eati u
them as fakt us they grubbed them from the
soil wore it not that whenever thoy at
tempted to devour tio thry were brought to
a sense of duty by a blow of a stout stick on
" I ouioklylost flesh ou this rteiino. I was
racked with cramps in tho stomach and
seized with such a violent hoacache that I
felt a It my brain wore on fire,
" At the end of two wmVb my whole body
exhalsd tht odor of truffles.
." I had evidently reached cooking point.
" Ons ovoning the chief Minister, who had
been assigned to htlp Amedee la the kitchen,
came to inspect mi, Whil hs was smelling
jatff Mllaffla?iVlSaVi'CudW'JfitU1 tP
NIBLOS. LAST WKKK.
Reaerred Oroh.ftra (Mrola and Ilalonnr Suo.
I.Abr SUC I'ICUl'UUMAKCKS.
MATINKK.) WKDNIfHDAY AND SAT UltDAY.
Monday, D.o. 0, UHRIHTM AS MAriNUK,
Ibo (rwal btKrtlnr Urama,
A RUN OK LOOK.
IDKN MUKKIC, S3D 8T BET. STII A CTIl AVK3.
2J Now Uniups. N.w I'alntlnirs. Now Attractions.
and his HUNGARIAN OHUllKn'lUA.
ConarU from 8 to 6 and H to H.
Adnil.-tion to all, 60 osnta, cblldr.n3A oanta.
AJUhll-Tb. Mratlljlng Chaas Automaton.
ACADU.Mi Ol' aiiiic.
rtKATN NOW ON HAf.B
For th. .pjraifpni.nt of
ItnWIN HOOTH AND EaWRKNOK barrktt.
"JULIUS UiBBAlt," MONDAY, UKO. 38.
and snlftlnp; me a happy thought camo to my
mind tho idea that the saago could be in
duced to boliovo that bo waB already as pro
ficient as Amedeo, and so might aspire to tho
role of chief cook.
" I picked up a mushroom, nnd pointing to
Amedto, Uio was lying asleep, I tried to
mako the cannibal understand by my gestures
what au appetizing dish that excellent man,
so plump and fat, would make when served
up In tbit dotioious sauce of his own imon
tion. " Tho savage immediately ran to tho King's
bet, evidently surprised at not having hit on
that happy idea before.
" The next morning I was awakened by a
loud fizzing. It was Amedeo who was being
fried by his former torvant in a mass or
" 1 could not help feeling overjoyed first,
because my companion was no more fuiorcd
than myself, unci, secondly, because I knew
that the now cook would rcfp!to mo for a
whllo louger, as bo bad his stock of prisoners
"But I was not only respited I waa
"What! sacd?" iuijuired tho gnosis, all
speaking at once.
" Yes. miraculously savod ! Tho saccestor
of Amedeo, who, I need hardly tell you, was
not on expert in tho matter of uiuthroous,
had fried my companion iu a poisonous
species of that root. And so, w hilo tho entire
tribo v oro tw isting and writuiug in tho throes
of an indescribablo colic, I seized my oppor
tunity and mudo hit etenpo to tho shore.
" 'I he Lessive, which had not been ablo to
wait for us beforo, had now come back in
search of us.
" I was sick for over a year after my es.
cap, and I havo bad an unspeakahlo aversion
to unfiled ever since. Out as for mushrooms,
I almost iidoro them !"
And the Doctor then feelingly emptied an.
other glass of champagne in memory of hla
THE BOWERY. I
Havo boon located at 86 and 88 Bowery for 12 years, and wo can safely H
Bay that yj.1
THE BOWERY 1
Is tho greatest thoroughfaro in tho United States. It is tho street that is rH
populated with tho wealthiest and most successful merohants in the city of fH
Now York. Ifl
THE BOWERY .
Is tho stroot that is traversed daily By tons of thousands of the honest ')H
workingmen of New York, men that represent evory branoh of industry. H
THE BOWERY 1
Is somotimes startled by tho appearance of a 90-pound DUDE, but that is H
not surprising at this time of tho year, when tho wind blows a little hard. H
THE BOWERY 1
At 86 and 88. known all over the country as tha jH
LONDON Ai 1M0OL J
Will sell all day T0-M0BB0V7, Thursday, Deo. 22, lB
5,000 Heavy Boys' Suits, worth $5, for ; S
ONE DOLLAR PER SUIT, j
THE BOWERY, 1
At tho LONDON & LIVEEPOOL 0L0THIN& 00., will Bell T0-M0BB0W, '
Thursday, k " 'Jj
5,000 Heavy Boys' Winter Overcoats for S
ONE DOLLAR EACH. I
THE BOWERY, I
At the LONDON & LIVERPOOL CLOTHING 00., will sell 10,000 heavy t 9
Bovs' Pants for fl
S6 GENTS PER PAIR. 1
THE BOWERY, m
At tho LONDON & LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO., will sell every .'B
Satin-lined Overcoat in their store at ' "'JH
TTTP! RfiW17.PV J
"" w"na .$m
At tho LONDON & LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO., will sell 20,000 H'f j9
Fino All-Wool Overcoats at ,M
$2, $3, $4 AND $5. 1
IF YOU WANT HONEST VALUE 1
For your heard-oornod money go to 'mm
Patronizo tho Workingmen's Frionds, tho h wM
mm ii uvERPbit I
CLOTHING CO., (""-v'l
86 and 88 Bowery, ornsr Hester. Vl
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