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THE WORLD: TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 15, 1888. $
'$ JIERRI M'AHNGS 0Ff,MlW
$ ENTERTAlflMErtTS WHICH SUCCEEDED IN
t'( 6PJTE OF THE BAINI WEATHEB.
t OB" of b n D cl,fllB ro,t IntHed
I at the Lexington Avenue Opera-lions
1 Yean Indian liars m. Good Tims Not-
5 nllhitandlna the Rain Havarlans Meet
' to Celelirato an Anniversary.
a bo installation of tho II. 13. Claflin Post,
: O. A. B-i No. 678, took plnco last night ot tho
K Jjeiington Avenuo Oporn-Houso boforo n
A jjr(ro audience. Nenrly every post in this
$ snd the noiRhboring cities was represented.
y) Tho following ofllcers wero installed:
. Lewis 1. West, Commander; Thomas McUronn,
-' flonlor Vicr-Conimiinucr: James Owens, Junior
vicc-Commsnaer; E. J. Atkinson, Adjutant; John
ii Hauler, ouartrrmoster: (leorge K. .Morgan,
A Burecon: William II. 1'allei, Chaplain; Andrew J.
X figtion, Officer ot trie Uay; James W. Harks Ofil-
c ( Scrotthe (laarilj John Owens, Bereeont-Major;
.- Jacob Lewcy, Quartermostor-BerBcont; Thomas
f ja.rrlson n i I. A. Carpenter, Color-Sergeants.
The installation corcinony was porformod
& jv Comrade Calltin Grant, who was pre-
J fentcd afterwards with n horso shoo diamond
ii scarf-pin. Bos des the regular programme,
5i the Brooklvn Uleo Club gavo several seleo-
T lions, and it wax just midnight when tho last
$. person left tho hall
YOUNG INDIANS IK TUB BAIN.
The soaking rain could not keep tho
"Young Indians" away from Washington
- ( Park lftBt night. Prof. MoAuliffe's orchestra
i played " The Kvenino Wom,d " schottischo,
.' which was doubly encored. Tho affair was
jnanocod y tho following gontlomen :
Arthur F. Leary. President: aeorgo W. Ken
s' miuh, Vlce-1'reaideut; Jumoi 8. Comny. Financial
I bucrctary ; Charlea Hydenrclcb, Hccordlnir Becre-
Ury; Frano s l'ink, corresponding Secretary; lko
v iFtiilsck, Treasurer; George J. Warner, Ber-
reaot-at-Arnu; Floir Mcnager, George
Floolz'e; Asiimunt, James F. Mcurath; Floor
' Committee Iilchord Galbraltb, Chairman;
James lLFalku, John Klein, Anthony Doruhecker,
Choi. C Scbolz, peter J. Herbage. Heception
Committee U inry Uunther, jr., Chairman; J.
' Cirrsbronts, Eobt. T. McMght, Jr., lllcbard 811
berhoru, T. j. MoMonut. Committee of Arrange
ments Joseph J. l)te.Cnalrinn ; Ueorge Iloelxlo,
i Con J. Lee.
Among tho many guests were :
John (llllesple, .Miss Lottie Iiusch, Joseph T.
i Ecllj, Miss A. lllose, John D. Clnncey, Misa K.
Sullivan und ilas Claucey, Samuel Stolnor.Misa A.
Arch, Louts Kniucr.Frcd Mathews, Miss Katlo Sul
livan, T. J.McMuuus, Mlsi Kittle 'lcn?y,C. White,
O. MiGenalRs, M. Myers, C. Foy, it. Ileardlne,
X. Llchlenstein, J. Fogorty, P. Koutb, James
ijlutter. Miss Lena Miller, 1'atrloK llrennan, Miss
fadle Woods, Mlsa Katlo Flynn, John Allen.
Ilia Mamie O'Nell, Lowreuce V. Meonsn,
VatldLong, Miss M. Loos. Miss M. Warren, 1'aul
Richmond, Joseph Stacke, Jr., Miss May Dcmpsey,
John A. llerne, Mtss Alke Tralnor, Aluciman
' Henry Camber, Miss Minnie Murpliy, Miss Lizzie
rtectman.RLynch, Miss M. Leary, Frank J. Con
way, Mlsa Ida Oray, l'anl Kislow, Mlaa Maggie
D)wd, II. v. Thomas, Miss Mamie timitn, John A.
Leary, Miss A. Leary, William Ker.ney, Miss
Jiarr Leary, Miss Annie Heckler, Fred
' Xroeck, Mlsi May Callahan, William Voss, Miss
Annie ulesalng, Miss Annie Kurtz, Kmanuel Well,
VUs Fannie BowBlrt, William Hetch, Miss Lizzie
llrnkaw, Charles Klckel, Miss Eugenie Whilow,
j Jake Iluckel, Miss Klttlo McDonald, Frank Flag
lrr. Miss Ilaunah Mcuulre. 1'hll Oesierling, Miss
Kiltie Doyle, Con Lee, Miss Jennie Gronzenhoimer,
Jim Jennie ltyan, John A. Delnney. Mtss Jennie
Mead, George Warner, Miss Annie Heckler, Peter
Henry, Mlsa Addlo Smith, William Dsnhaner, Miss
' iB. Breen, i. J.Chrlatensen, Mlsi Agnes ltyan, John
fl 'JMcGowan, Charles Wagner, Miss Lizzie Conway,
n, ,MissMsmle Finn, Miss Lizzie llohu, Miss Nellie
' I ILynch, Miss May Graham, allsn Maggie McLaugh-
1 hn, Mr. and ilr. Oeorgo Wilson, Miss Maggie
iKoiter, Miss Jennie Qtiice, Mist Maggie Coffey,
, .Hiss Katlo Dlllcr, J. IlesB, Miss Mary McLaugh-
v ,lan, Miss Mary Tralnor, Miss Katie Kreng, Miss
,v . iNsggleDlmn. Mlas Ella ltyan, iltei Julia Isaac,
, Hiss Nellie Norton, Mlas Susie Sherer,
lius Mamie Murray, Mlas Mamie Mnrphy,
, ', Hiss Theresa Murray, Miss Josle McCarthy, Mlas
'V 'fi Jlamlo Ilearn, Mlsa Flora lUnsom, A. Ilearn, Miss
- Maggie Clifford. James Colston, Miss Katie Cole
nan, Ulehard Freeman, Miss Fannie Roberts, Mtss
Mamie Howard, Thomas Clarkson, Mlas
Eugenie Klerley. Frank. Knight, Miss Katie
Unrke, Miss Lizzie Nurse, Joseph K. Fal
lon, James Delaney, Mlas Amelia Scholz,
Mrs. Amelia Seholz. Miss Ann a Ernst,
ltlcliard Kuascll, Mlas Nettlo Coleman, James llu-
. fell, Mlas Ilaunah Kuasell, Pollip Fey, Chris
iKraua, Miss Lizzie Fey, John Henry, Miss Itachel
'Wgner, Ed Howard, Wm. J. Lcltlaer, Mlas
, Waggle Quirk, John Kenuer, Mlas Luoy Lane, C.
Kcsaier, George Lower, President of the Bed
Stars. John V. Clancey, Mlsi Tillle smith, Mlaa
Minnie U'llaon, TnomasMoCauley, Charles Atllng,
illw Lizzie Conway, Henry Kiting, Morris Fitz
gerald, Mlas Annie McCarthy, Fred Mathews, Miss
Katie Sullivan, Edward F. Uoey, Miss Mary Sulll-
' van, Mlas Maggie Clancy, Cnarlea A, Weber,
Thomas Coggey and Ed Pollack.
The grand march was led by George Hosoy
wth llisa Kosio llurko. Lawronco V. Mce
hau aud John Allen, accompanied by Mtss
Katie Flynn and Miss Mamio Meehanro-
ispectively, represented the Hamblen' Olub.
BAVAKIANS ENJOY THEMSELVKB.
Tho Bavarian Central Bonovolent Society
cave a picnio at Sulzer's Park last night.
Tho following are tho officers :
Conrad Uumn.or, President; J. Haeffner, Vloe
nesldent; J. llower, secretary; Joseph Miller,
Treasurer, committee In charge, Emll Wetzer,
Lto Wetzer, Joseph Miller, Henry Clement, C.
Kuntz, J. Derker, Joseph Low, Wllllnm Kalgler,
1 w, L, Carr. ltepresentatlves of the Pfalzer Soci
ety In America, Konrad Menhardt, Secretary.
SiMUKL J. aOHDON'S JTBIENDS OUT.
The annual sflmmor-night festival of tho
Bamuol J. Gordon Association, at Sulzer's
i - Harlem Hiver Casino and Gardens last night,
Was well attended in spito of the ram.
Tho affair was in tho hands of the follow-
Floor Manager, Herbert C. McVeagh; Standard
Bearer. Samuel J. Gordon. Floor Committee
ntrtck J. Dennan, Chairman; John J. Weber,
i James Byrna, Joseph Burke, Commodore Brophy,
' wm. U. Fargo, Jnlm Boyle, James Golden, Philip
i JJ."n(llf Abr. Lowenatein, Thos. Cashman,
ifJ": U,owne, Jonn J. Gordon, James Foster,
c&arleayiurke, Edward Vaute, Clarence Furdon.
reception Committee ThomasiF. Leonard, Chalr-
' r. ? 1,lcl,lrd Scnooder, Charles Speloe, Samuel
Livingston, CharleB Degnan, Antr.ony Walsh,
r?a7 ."S?"- William Walsh, Jsmet F. Phelan,
. S?".1." ,c9.Ul,,l5h Michael Fee, George McGnlre,
SW."' H"' u"l Klein, William Dormon. Com
ttlttee of Arrangements, Frank 8. Hnnt, Chalr
?vL""J, Lowenstetn, Harry Neadllne, Simon
t L Klein, Thomas Grimm.
j AT THE ATALANTA CASINO.
i' i& smS;-night'B f csth al was given by tho
..$ John J. O'Briou Association nt the Atalanta
Casino last evening. Tho pleasuro of tho
-5 Buests was in the care of tho following gen-
Vl Oha'iu'iSJS"' Ma?wF.O'Connell; Assistants.
ii s2ih. ,rwr aDi Jo,in a Howman; Standard
ii Satr.e.rfiil"J-1 O'UHen. Kloor Coun'ultiee-Kd-
' j ;,ar,aHl5D,calrraan; Daniel Grover.Wm.Fleit-
fi S ,,, u riDn, James Ross. John Daley. Pat
J tior?ufi!1Joa-Bm,"on' o.o. Lelbrock.fiecep-
3? "tmef ffShlI,.M Aarrjr. Mocnilom, Onalrmsn;
.3' BowS r n.,',?.?.'' vJolin Frei1 Qck, John
r! HeflS?r ,,nn,1BG'- led tho march with Miss
1 i1 u iS Stacker. John O'Brien and Miss
, Wt Maggio Martin followed.
Among those present wore t
. ' Bja'Au ?nillT.an' ,?1U Ulzls Colley, Mils XL
' Mr and v" -M": M'mna, mis. Rose fcorooran.
A BaJlJ caran", WVl M1 "8glo Mitchell. Mlas
2 Baimond Pmi'' JJ18 Emma Martin, Miss It.
.$, BWdM,Ma7"g0lcVa,BOri " UZl19
' Nj B'ii!olhi'7.SttrV,or ths and cold., Adausok'i
gjjt-aAM. Kmsuxw. 2thst.,4taaT. y
Nlrtt or Peru n thB 0,, nsioni.
ml r. nixL.
1 I " SDOZEN yards from
'$' 9b G J tho door of the cabin,
j.' " rl)AH tnoy crow among
'V WrVVllIll viila' Bomo 'ow hushes, as ii
Sot 11 iKSr wall'nR t f oi mUs-
' ' w) 'kW 2va fled that tho inmate8
Jvir3WwJ wora asleep and at their
wMKMKmjmJEKk Ono was armed with
j 32tij&0S0. a heavy rifle it was
wm o with, molviri.
, I SPORTSaNOaORBiAND'OUT. fu.U
.?! ?! yoxxD !' 1 remarkably fast man, but
?-B. "I?1 n.Te ,0 P'actlse over the hurdles a lot to
top them In the magninoant style ot Alex. Jordan.
y.nnB often makes a running high Jump ot a
... ?CV sut Jordan tops them delicately, u a
81-nL,u,,.Powdtrfron'1rh, wltn no more
effort than Is absolutely ntottsary.
Thinve-mll roe that chsroplons Conneff snd
r!f ,,,wAr ,0 nT rnn at the Bitten aland Atn.
letlo Cluta games on Jane I is off. Both men will
be on the water then on the way to England, whsre
they will meet in the English championship four
mile run. Connsff has beaten Cartor at this dis
tance, but the Englishman is by no means ai con
nucnt of success as his friends say that they are.
The game between the Chicago and Boston Base
ball clubs, in which the present Chicago Club will
welcome the now Boston Club memners, Kelly and
Clarkson, with a reception, and give them a dia
mond battle attired in fall dress suits, ought to
bo sensational, at least. The Chlcegos will actu
ally play In mil dress, changed onlr by wearing
knee-breeches, with silk stockings, in place ot the
conventional long trousers.
The contrast between the starting of Ford and
Sherrlll In the loo-yard raco at Cedarhurst was a
perfect one. The speedy collegian stoops as low
on the mark as a boy playing marbles, and loses from
Ave to ten yards in the go off of caotirace, whlab
he ns to make up by a wonderful burst of speed
before the tape la reached. Ford Is one ot the few
printers who spends more time practising starting
on the crock of plstoL As a resoll ho always
gets away aplenuidly. He led, nntralned, his
wbolo field for the first fifty yards In Saturday's
Admirers ot amateur athletics well remember
that when Connoff nrnt came to this country mem
bers ot the club which he had come to join said
that a series of races between Conneff and E. C.
Carter, of the New Yorks, wonld oreate as much
of a furor as the Myers-Ueorgo struggles In the
Garden. Carter and some of the New York
Alhletlo Club officials at once told that the New
korkAthleilo Club champion's consent had not
boen asked and dea'.ared that carter would not race
Conneff. On Saturday the New York Alhletlo Club
announced at Cedarhurst that Conneff and Carter
wonld race In the one and three miles In the New
York Athletic Clou's spring gomes at the Polo
Grounds on Saturday, Conneff and his friends do
not think so.
The Manhattan Alhletlo Club grounds at Eighty
sixth streot and Eighth avenue are vetting to be a
great place for exercise on Sunday. Two hard
records oaved In there on bunday. Of course the
new figures will not stand, although an attempt
will be made to establish one of them, champion
Amateur Walker Eddie Lange broke E. E. Merrill's
old Beven-mlle walking record of Mm. To. by going
the same distance in splendid heel and too In Mm.
Xs. W. J. M. Barry, the Irish amateur, who is
no longer a New York Alhletlo Club favorite, is
said to hove thrown tho 50-lb. weight further
than it was ever tossed before. Loupe's wulk
makea him a still stronger favorite In the coming
twenty-Ove-mlle race, and makea almost 0 certain
a matoh with old-timer Frank P. Murray, ot the
Brooklyn Alhletlo Association.
Some noticeable Improvements have been made
by the Rockanay steeplechase Association In us
Cedarhurst course ror tho four days' spring meet
ing which begins on Saturday. Due of them is
the changing of the hunters' course from on al
most perfect oval. A big digression has been
made In the further side of the track at a point al
most directly opposite Presldont Cheever's bouse.
Here the horses have to swerve In towards the
grand atand. Then they aietwiated out Into the
old courae again. This makes much more ot tho
course come In full view. The deadly wall, too, at
which more than one serious accident hna oc
curred, hso been moved from its old plaoe directly
In front of the grand stand to where the old In-and-out
was. The in-and-out tokos the plsce of the
woll on the sloping ground In front of the grand
CAMDEN F1EEMEN INJURED.
Three Swept from a Ladder by a Falling
Wall A Fourth Cainsiht Under Them.HH
rmcrit to tex woold.i
Gamszjt, N. J.. May 16. Four firemen wore
seriously injured at a fire in this city yester
day. Foreman Harry Grosscup, Charles Itobin
son, hosemon, and Peter Gray, hoseman, of
Engine Company No. 2, and Aniadie Middle
ton, tillerman, of Hook and Ladder Truck
fto. 1, were buried beneath a falling roof,
Itoblnson, it is feared, is Injured mortally.
Ilobinson, Middleton and Grosscup wore
swept from a ladder on which thoy wero
working, and Gray was caught undei them.
Tho nro gutted James S. It. Campbell's
carponter-shop on tho second and third floors
of 131 Main Btreot and Jacob Justice's real
estate olHco on tho first floor, causing a total
loss of about $3,000. Insured.
The dwelling of G. W. Vonderslice adjoin
ing was damaged 9500. Miss Lena Trout,
Vanderslice's stepdaughter, was confined to
her bod with consumption and had to bo
carried out. She is now dying.
Gen. Bonlanger is making fiery stamp speeches
In the north of France.
Gen. Lord Wolselev soys thot 100,000 well-armed
men might capture England.
The entire business portion of Qoldendale, W.T.,
is destroyed by tire. Loss $115, 000.
John Stetson becomes a power In the Boston
lleraleL office and changes the management.
Fire has destroyed part of the village of Ober
ammergau, where the Passion ploy is given.
Connt Btrogonoff and his sister, relatives of the
Russian Czar, are captured by brigands in Asia
A plucky chonis'glrl prevents a conflagration on
the casino stage during the production of tho new
A French staff officer has written a book com
pletely vindicating Marshal Bazalne from the
charge of treason.
Dr. Plnckney, of New York, dies suddenly while
travelling from Southampton to London, He hod
Just arrived In England In the Boole.
Charles F. Allen and George Anderson ore ap-
fiolnted and sworn In as Quarantine Commissioners
n place ot Thomas C Piatt and the late David
May Adorns Association ball, Sulzer's Park, next
Young Ladles' Festival, at Lexington Avenue
Ball of the John Ryan Association at the Lexing
ton Avenue Opera-uouse on May 15.
The 'Rivals" entertainment and boll, Lexing
ton Avenue Opera-House, Friday next,
Bummernlgbt's festival of the Michael J. Qulgley
Association at Washington Park on Uay 15. .
Annual afternoon and evening plcnlo of the
Cllonlan Association at Empire City Colosseum on
Tuesday, May 15.
The New York Central Schnetzen Corps carnival,
at Washington Park, Wednesday afternoon, with
ball in the evening.
Opening of the Cosmopolitan Park and Casino,
One Hundred and Sixty-ninth street and Tenth
avenue, on Wednesday ond Thursday, Uay 18
Celebration of the firth anniversary of the mar-'
riage of Mr. ond Mrs. Charles E. La Oor, of SOI
West Eighteenth street, on Wednesday, Uay 16, at
STILL LEAD THEM ALL.
Ws cannot help noticing in thaw days ot allmd bonk,
nipt aslta that lUoxia Baos.. of 178 Broadway,
u atlll bulow tbem oil In prlou. Why 1 Thaanormity
of bualnaaa don by thia entarprlalns firm baa gWao tham
o world-wide rapulatlon, tha goods they handle belnc
oonatsnod to intra by foreign and domaatle manufactur
ers, who. In need of rea'ty caah, aelaot tbem to dlapoaa
of their merchandise. wrVh oonatataof Genu' Furnleh
lnga In erery ortlole known to man. Aa an latrodnotUin,
we herein quote o few leadlnr prloea l Enoliah.made
OTerouata from S8.CO to (18. ooattomake SlotoSDoi
Whtto tihlrta. 18o. ond Mo. eaobi French and Enoltah
IUlbnaaan Shirta and Drawers. tSo. and 62c. each)
mettle's, allk ond Llile.SI.48; lloelerr, ranging Horn
17c. to 44o., cannot to duplicated for lwee than doable
their etock of Umbrellas and Oanea. the fineet in the
trade, ot prloee ao ridlculoualr low as b attract the
attention uf the moat fastidious: fine Silk Umbrellee,
natural atloka and adver and sold mouottnge, from S.0"
to 84. 70 each Oanea, from 10c. to 829, and can onlr be
bought ot the reliable ond well known houaa ot lIAUaxs
Uaos.. 178 Broadway. New York. V
Their plan was, no doubt, to sneak up sear
enough to tho cabin to assure themselves that
no ono was awake within, then rush upon the
door, burst it open, and take tho slumberers
completely by surprise.
They had gained their last covert clump
of bushes that but poorly concealed them
and seemed to be consnltinghorriedly, when
Martin whispered to Mary :
" Now is the time. Keep cool."
Taking a careful aim through a crevice, he
fired, iiut, in the deceitful moonlight, his
aim erred, and as the shot rung out lit the
startled night, one of ttuaro's dusky com.
panlons f ell In a heap. The bulletwa not
VUHiuluHa ,uu. auuvjgoul guimu sow
liWft liwrtWo bapMrUo,'thyttm
SsoiaeoMfc.OA.e o .
FEiNK OASLILE BACK FitOM 1118 STAY IN
Mrs, Langtrr to altgln Her Nest Meason In
September " The riabv'a Nurse" Hesk
Ins Metropolitan Employment Knthryn
Kidder to ltetnrn to America .Tinny
Western Managers In tho City.
fMIAHLE Frank Cnr
lyle has just returned
from Sim Francisco,
liko a prodigal sou,
sorry thnt ho has been
away so long. Mr.
Cnrlylo was not nt nil
p'enbod thnt his nnmo
should have bcou con
nected with an !olopo
ment sensation, aud
declares that there was
not tho slightest foun
dation for tho story
beyond tho fact thnt
he hnppcnod to bo on
the oast-bouud train
with tho persons lnon
tionod. Mr. Carlylo has been connected
with moro tank plays while in California than
any other actor in Amorica. In throo of
theso plays which followed each other in San
Francisco"' The Dark Bocrot," " Lost in
Now York " and " Escaped from Sing Sing "
Mr. Carlylo played tho chief part. In tho
last of theso plnysauovol fenturo was intro
duced in the shape of n bowio-knife fight, in
which nothing but tho hands of tho two con
testants could bo neon, thoir bodies boiug in
tho tauk. Of course tho hero managed to
Mab tho villain, and just as tho curtain
dropped Carlylo was seen swimming shore,
ward. lie had escaped not only from Sing
Sing, but from tho clutches or tho villain.
After Bomo weoks of tank plays Carlylo was
cast for the part of " l'aul Kauvar," and
found he had almost entirely lost his voico,
owing to tho heroio requirements of tho tank
Mrs.Lnngtry oponedhor season last night in
San Francisco at tho California Theatre in
"As In a Looking Glass." Her engagomout
there is for two wcoks, after which she ro
turns to her do-fenco-lcss joke house in
West Twonty-third stroot. Mrs. Longtry has
deoidod to open her noxt season in beptcm
ber instead of in November, as slio bad origi
nally intouded. Sho will tfovoto Soptombor
and October to touriug the Eastern towns
before taking possession of tho Fifth Avenuo
"The Baby's Nurso," Miss Louiso Panllin's
new play, has mado a great hit in Philadel
phia, and Managerial-Husband Warner is
now looking for a metropolitan theatro.
Miss Knthryn Kiddor, who has been play
ing through the English provinces with
Wilson Barrett's company, and who for noxt
season has been offerod in the provinoial or-
Snization the roles originally created by
iss Eastlako, has decided to return to
America. Miss Kidder started Just about a
year ago from Chicago for England and
Franco. By her own efforts alone sho se
cured a pormanent engagement.
Tho arrival of Western managers in the
citv at the prosont time is awe-inspiring. It
is the largest known in years. A theatrical
manager nowadays can walk from Four
teenth to Thirtieth streets and finish his sea
son's booking, overy Stato being well repre
sented here. Union Square still ronininB the
m m m
W. J. Floranco is expected here from Lon
don next Saturday to arrange for the produc
tion of a now American play which he has on
hand. Mr. Florence has an opportunity of
appearing at Wallack's Theatro during tho
weeks of Nov. 5 and Nov. 12.
Tho boy pianist. Otto ncgner, who is
now giving concerts in London, is said
to be quite as good as Josef Ilof
mann, and quite as original. It is said
that Manager Henry E. Abbey, before
leaving Paris, entered into negotiations with
this phenomenon for an American tour, but
that he found Hegner's terms as astonish,
ingly high as Hofmonn's were surprisingly
It is likely that after introducing Miss
Barry to New Yorkers and reviving "A Pos
sible Case" at his new Union Square The
atre. Manager J. M. Hill will present " Philip
Heme," tho new play written for Joseph
Haworth by Mrs. Flake.
" Jiramio " Morrissoy is highly elated at
tho success of "The Queen's iinte " at tho
Broadway Theatre. " Duff deserves it all,"
he Baid, ecstatically, yosterday. " Mark my
words. Duff will ride four-in-hand through
New York theatricals this summer and
winter. He has been working for a long
time to win success, and it has come."
An event of much interest in dramatic cir.
cles will occur at tho Standard Theatre on
Monday, May 21, when Charles (Javier's new
and original American drama, entitled
"Lights and Shadows," will receive its initial
New York production. Elaborate prepara
tions have been going on for several weelcs,
with results which we are assured will pro o
entirely satisfactory to all who will witness
it. The scenery is of the most beautiful de
scription, portraying many interesting
scenes in New York and vicinity, which will
be displayed in the course of the five acts
and seven tableaux. Tho characters intro
duced ore of woll known sociul types and
will be represented by first class artists.
Ilolio hunters have besieged the Union
Square Theatro for a week or moro and pre
sented an amusing spectaole as thoy poked
about in the ruins, swallowing dust and risk,
ing limb and head for some choice memento
of the historio old playhouse. There is very
little left of this old theatre now. The in
terior is as baro of contents as a paper bal
loon, and tho walls aro hugged by narrow
scaffolding 'that climb to the roof,
by which tho solid environmont of
brick and mortar is being fast ro
duced. Tho roomy eidextalk, which has
boen a cherished rendezvous for itinerant
players, is a chaotic tumble of old wood and
iron, and the posing actor is driven to loss
sacred haunts up Broadway. "Move-on
Farley," tho officer whoso good-natured
order has spoiled the climax to many a fancy
story of personal achievement, is left in uu
disputed sway end bothered only by the
pilfering small boy andcuturosome sight
seer. Littlewood, Guerrero and Herty, tho cham.
plons of the recent walking match in Madi
son Square Garden, will occupy a box at tho
Fourteenth Stroot Theatro this evening to
sprung forward against tho door, burstiug it
from its frail hinges, and before Martin
could fire another shot, ho was felled to the
ground by a blow from tho broooh of Guaro's
But he straggled to his feet again, and, for
'the moment, in the darkness and oonfusion,
avoided further Injury. Unlucsdly, his re
volver had fallen from his hand.
Mary screamed with terror, and one of tho
ruffians seized her by tho throat to stifle her
cries, and dragged her from tho cabin.
Martin sprung forward like a lion, but re
ceived another crushing blow from the butt
of Guaro's rifle,
"OGodl" he exclaimed, sinking to the
earth at the cabin door with the blood trick.
fwlfnbsu.tha porfonnanco .of "The Still
Alhrtn." Tho box will bo appropriately doo
oratod. To-morrow (Wodnosday) Manogor Itosen
quost inaugurates a series of ladies' floral
matinees, whloh will be continued for tho
romalnder of the season. At evory Wodnos
day and Saturday matlnr'e the ladits present
will be given a handsome eoroige bouquet.
A great many people felt sorry for Hudoiph
Aronson when they heard that naughty little Sadlo
Martluot had refniod to play hor part In ' Nadjy"
at the Casino. These sympathizers, bowover, con
reserve their sorrow for some more fitting occa
sion. Miss Msrle Jsnien, alter five days' study,
appeared in Miss Msrllnot's rAle at the first produc
tion of "Nadjy " last night, and she was charm
Indeed, It ! to lie doubted whether Miss Mar
tmot, whoso principal quallucollou Is Infantile
prettlnesi, could have Infused lull) tho part so
much siguldcanio, suoh dainty inonds and such a
clever simulation of woman's caprice. Mlai Mario
Janaen did everything for a part that Is by no
means exhilarating and at times tccomea ex
Tho story of "Nadjy" deals with an alleged
Austrlsn law which provides that In the eent of a
forced marriage this may be annulled by the con
tracting parties by mutual consent within twenty
four hours after tho ceremony. It Is uuder theso
conditions ttiat tho ward of tho Emperor of Auatna
marries tho nephew of a Margrave, who, unabloto
obtain her love, signs her release. This all sounds
aa though It might lay tho foundation for a very In
tercatlng hook. There ore so mony Irrelevant Inci
dents and oounterplou that tho original story la for
gotten. The llbrottoof "Nsdjy," by Alfred Murray, Is
not exhilarating. This la about the most mirthful
piece of dialogue In the opera:
Faragoa I am Farajas.
Margrave What! Asparagus?
The muaio of "Nadjy " u occaslonally'pleaslng.
In tho flrt act thero is a delightful drlaMug song,
admirably given by Miss Jansen, whate voice
Bounded very pretty and clear. But the gem of
the opera Is undoubtedly tno dance at tho end of the
second act, which alone would make " Nadjy "
worth seeing. Mlsa Jansen appcroJ in a short
black net ba'Iet drcas, with pretty black silk stork
lugs -if you will pardon me and sw eot little black
boots. Vt hethor her atep was Austrian or not I
canuot say, bnt It was delightful and faiLlnatlng.
First she bent ono dimplol elbow to touch her
head, and then tho other. At that moment ono
black-clod foot threw tho gauzy blactueuj of her
dtess In clouds around her, Just as she had brought
the other from a similar purault to repoje. At
last, casting measured steps to tho winds, sho
broke Into a wildly vivacious dance, oarrylng all
before her, seemingly Inspiring the coryphies be
side ber to do likewise, and bringing down the
curtain with a storm of applause.
Mlas Isabella Urquhart as tho lTlnccss was
somewhat overweighted. She hod a difficult part
to Btng, but she did tho best sho could wlta It. Miss
Urquhart was wonderfully comely to look at. Miss
Jeunle Wcathersby as Angella made a great deal
ot a small part. Fred Solomon, ao the Margrave,
waa laboriously funny. It was evident that
he was there as tho funny man, and that wu olio
the task of James T. Powers as Faragas. '.Henry
Uallam and Mark Smith were very picturesque, but
from a dramatlo standpoint they were neither
quite up to the mark. Miss Kate Uart was as
shapely as ever.
The scenery In "Nadjy," painted by Hoyt and
Marston, was preity, but not elaborate. Comlo
opera, however, need not depend npon scenlo ac
cessory. " Ermlnle " would save been delightful
sung In a born. Alan Dili.
Change nt the Theatres.
"The Arabian Nights," a spcctacnlar produc
tion, was given at Poole's Theatre lost night,
Thero was a ballet, under the direction of M.
Victor ChlcadL with Mile. Roalna Asteglsma as
pn mlere danscuie. In tho cast wero,, J! las Josie
Itoblnson Haywood, Mlas Louise Dempsey, Miss
Kate Mallon, Miss Jennie Leclalr and the ilaueel
Mlas Koto Cloxton presented her successful new
play, ' Tho World Agalost Her," at Mblo'a last
night. There was a very appreciative audience.
Miss Claxton's clever work and Mr. Charlea
Stephenson's vigorous acting made the some good
Impression here that they have made elsewhere.
iCADKMV or nusic.
'A large number of red-sbirted firemen were
present at the Academy of Muslo last night to see
Frank Mayo In the "btreetaof New York." Mr.
Msyo did some capital work aa Badger, and the
audience seemed to recognize an old friend. The
performance went smoothly.
At the Theatre Comlque, Harlem, "Inez-or A
Wile's Secret," waa presented last nigh'.' Miss
Julia Anderson appeared In the title role, and
favorably lmpresaed the andlence. The ploy was
THIItD AVENCZ TUEOTBC.
"Sybil, a Romance of Dublin Lights," was pre
sented at H. IS. Jacobs's Third Avenne Theotre
last night. There woo a very large audience. Miss
Kembie has an excellent support.
Morsn's San Francisco Minstrels opened to a fair
bouse at Tony Pastor's, last night, Billy Birch,
appearing on tne end, found a hearty welcome.
Thoalngiog and lnalrmental inualo were good.
"O'Conuor'a uthello " and "Steal the Alarm"
were aketches of muoh mirthful merit, and the In
terpolated specialties were very pleasing. The
minstrels will appear all this week.
Magician Herrmann kept a large audience In
amazement and delight at the Grand Opera-Uouie
last venlng. Tne programme contained many
new and wondrous features. Herrmann was as
sisted by Conjuror D'Alvlnl. who did Borne very
clever work. The wizard and his company will be
at tne Grand Opera-liouae the rest ot the week.
Edwin Booth and Lawrence Barrett moat have
felt happy as Boon as they appeared on the stage of
the Amphlon Academy last night, for they received
a most cordial welcome. The play was Jullua
Cursor, "In which both of these great actors do
sucn admirable work ond which crowded tie
Academy of Music some time ago, Charlea Hon.
ford appeared as Mark Antony very acceptably,
Ben Itogers waa Casca and Mlas Minnie Uaie For
tla. To-night " Macbeth " will be tho play.
LEE AVXNUK ACADEMY OP MUSIC.
Dainty Miss Vernona Jarbean appeared at the
Leo Avenue Academy ot Muslo laat night In ' Star
light." Mlas Jarbeau's French metaods were duly
applauded, and If any of those prosent had seen
Mme. Theo they must have been strongly n--mindedofher.
In "Starlight" Mlas Jarbeau has
ample opportunities to slug, and she avails herself
Monte Crlsto, Jr.," was given ot U.R. Jacobs's
Brooklyn Tnestro last night with corlnue as
Monto Crlsto and Edmond Hantes. Corlnne was as
entertaining as ever, and utter her songs and
dances there were outburati of spptouav. Harry
Brown, James Sturgesa. Charles Fostelle, Bertie
Crawford, Kranceaco lteddlng aud Susie l'arker
supported the little atar.
Pneumonia Caused Iter Death.
Coroner Messetuer was called yeaterdsy to Inves
tigate the death of Catherine Becker, of 438 West
Thirty-ninth street, who, It was claimed, died
from the effects ot kicks in the abdomen. It was
found that pneumonia was the cause of death.
tirely new to her, toro herself from tho grasp
of hor burly captor, and rushed to her hus
Ouaro was on tho point of dealing the pros,
trato man another blow, that must havo
braiuod him, whon she sprang upon his back
with such ferocity that he staggered back,
ward and actually foil to the ground, though
he was instantly on his feet again.
Within tho instant, Mary rushed into tho
cabin and soized Murtiu's rovolver, which a
friendly streak of moonlight revealed to her
at that moment, and fired twico before tho
blood-thirsty men could resoh her.
Tho first shot whistled out through the
cabin door, and wont singing through the
wood ; but tho second struck Guaro's com
panion, and ho fell. ....
Immediately afterwards Gnaro dashed the
weapon from her hand, seized her roughly
jtrjid dragged hettm'arrd''tiwaT'tewrdB''to''
iwiW Wk UlfWort iWofti&5Witltt.Tn.
MKCptffVtWB ffOP?Efi SPOILED.
Tho ChlnpaUBeo rind III Ilrldn Encounter
nn Amateur's Camera.
Central Park presented a dreary appearance
on Saturday, The fast falling rain caused an
almost total desertion of the various pleas
ure. haunts, and the animal housos In the
menngerle wero undisturbed by the footfalls
Mr. Crowley vainly peered through tho
bnrs of bis ence, in exportation of tho dally
crowd of Whirs, while Kitty in 'ho adjoining
nptirtmeut, after fulling to diHtnat his iittui
tion by pin) ftil antics, hnd subsidod into
nullcn quiet. Jnki' Cook himself lieau to
ft el tho iutlueiico of the dreary day, niul wits
do7lng silently in his chnir when tho trniup
ot n foi tstep whs heard upon tho stair.
Awakened from his doze. .Inke gard won
dcringly nt tho ilooi. Mr. Crow lev 'X
pusied surprit-0 in a Mti'cess'ou of barks,
mid Kitty linMily brushed tlin sawdust from
her hnir, niul, wiping her noso with the back
of her linud, prepmed to reecho t lie Usitor
with becoming graco.
Tho footstcpn drow nearer, and tho door
wnn opened by a young man who bore on his
shoulder tho ioast oxpocted thing--u photo.
lake Hileutly awaited ileelopnictits. Mr.
Crowley uao a scornful buiilo nt tho mail's
iguornncc, whilo Kitty, with an indignant
tmill, retired to the back part of her cage.
Tho young mini linelly explained his mis
sion, which was. of coiino, to obtain soino
uegalivoi of tho chimpntico and his bride.
" How can you tnko piottiroa without
light?" nskod Jnke. incredulously.
"I carrv light with mo," was tho roply. at
tho gentleman proceeded to adjust his
His quiet confldoiico renHsurotl .Take, who
Mimiuoned I'eto Shannon to asblst him to en.
ter tho luge with tho lablo nnd chnir, and
Mr. Crowley was soon seatod at tnblo engorly
devouring a bow 1 of rlco mid milk.
Mcnuwhilo tho jmuig man had trained ills
camera to biar upon tho cliimputixa, whenn
sharp click wnH heard, followed by a bright
Hash, nnd Mr. Crowley, who was fu tho n:t
of conveying a spoonful of ricu to his mouth,
droppeil it in (iisuiny and sprang from ibo
tnblo with a howl of terror.
After much coaxing on Jake's part how at
pcrmindod to scat himself at tho tnblo onco
moro, but tho rico aud milk had lost its
llmor, nnd ho steadfastly refused to no any
thing excopt koou his o)cs on tho young man
All efforts to make him finish tho rico be.
ing useless, Jake produced n plate of bread,
thickly spread with jelly. At tho sight of
thin dninty morsel Crowloy forgot his fears,
and seizing his knife and fork proceoded to
bail into the dolicucy.
Whilo ho was engaged in cutting a particu
larly hard piooo of crust, tho click and Hash
burst out again, aud dropping tho knife nnd
fork, Mr. Crowloy. with an " l'o.had-cnongh-of-this
" look in his face, scrambled
up Ins ladder, from which no coaxing could
Tho photographio outfit was then moved
down to Kitty's cage. At tho Hash, Kitty,
dropping her spoon, clung to Jako for pro
tection, uttering terrified screams.
Thu chair in which Kitty sits at the tnblo
has been tho bugbear of her life. It was with
great difficulty that Jake succeeded in got
ting her to sit in it. and when tho light
flasliod sho immediately suspoctcd tho choir,
which she vacated instantly, aud could not
be inducod to resume Hho finished hor meal
standing on the table, in which position two
more flash-light pictures were obtained.
Mr. Crowloy Lad seatod himself on tho
tranazo, and was so frightened uy the second
flash that ho turned a back somorsault from
the bar, alighting in a heap on the floor of
This concluded tho afternoon performance.
PUT TimOUail TUB FIRE DULL,
Engine Company No. 1 Instructed In the
Latest Ideas of the Department.
In conformity with tho resolutions passod
by tho Firo Commissioners, Engine Com
pany No. 1 reported at Firo Headquarters
yosterday with thoir cngino, to be in
structed in tho firo drill, under tho super
vision of Assistant Chief Bonner.
Tho drill is composed of elovon different
motions, including the methods of hoisting
hoBo to tho roof, making linos fast and
coupling to hydrants.
Atter the engino companies havo been drilled
tho hook and ladder companies will havo
their turn, and will receive instruction in
six rules for hoisting ladders of different
lengths, the extension ladders and the life
Tho idea of this drill, as Chief Bonnor ex.
plained to Tub Evening Wobld reporter, is
to perfect the mon in their duties, and also
to instruct them in tho new improvements
which havo been added during tho past few
With tho Life-Saving Corps on one side of
tho building and tho firo drill on the other
tho courtyard of Firo Headquarters presents
a buBy appearance. Two days of each week
oro to be dototed to tho drill.
Fatal Fall from n Hoof.
Thomas Hart, a laborer employed In Cleormont,
N. J. , atopped over Sunday with tho family of John
Winn, who live in tha four-atory building at 828
First avenue, lie got full ot beer, and at midnight
went on the roof to sleep.
At 8 o'clock uext morning Policeman George K.
Uauser, of the Eait Thirty-fifth atreet station,
found his body on the sidewslk In front of the
building. Handmarkson the roof Indicated that
he went to the front to look down and tell to the
atreet. Everv bone In his body was broken. Death
was Instantaneous, Hart waa nineteen years old,
the son of Patrick Hart, a laborer.
Hold Hu Lien Long Was Murderea.
The Inquest In the cose of IIuLlen Long, the
Chinaman found dead In Seventh street, has
been adjourned until Monday because a lawyer re
tained by Hu'a friends said be could produce evi
dence that Hu was mnrdered. He did not say whst
the evidence was. Coroner Eluman ordered that
the Chinamen who were arrested last week on sus
picion be re-arrested.
Installed New Ortlcers.
Tost Commander Uenrr M. Calvert, ot the U. B.
Grant Fool, O. A. IL, Installed the newly
elected omoers of the II. B. Claflin Post, No. 678,
ot the Grand Opera-House lost evening. Lewis J.
West Is Commander, john Hunter Quartermaster
and B. J. Atkinson Adjutant. Gen. Stewart L.
Woodford mode on address.
Supposed to Up l'lrmra' Plunder.
The harbor police have In their possession a
seventeen-foot rowboat branded on tho 1 nalde J.
Dougherty, it contained when found adrift seven
teen bags of cotton, supposed to be the spoils of
In whloh to parlfjr and anrlch tha blood, to reatora tha
lost appatito and to build up tha araUm, aa tha boJy la
now aapaclallr auacptlbla to banaht from inadlcino.
Tha pacuhar madlcinal merit of and tbe woudarful
eurea Lr Hood'a Saraaparilla hare mada 11 tha moat popu
lar aprinc madlciDt. It curaa acrofula, aalt rbaum and
all bumora. blttouanaa. djapanala. haadacba. klduoj
and lirar compialnla, catarrn and all atlaottona earned or
rrotnottKl blowatata of lha fc)alm or lapurablool.
lood'a Saraaparilla la aold by diuiaiali. l m for 85.
Preparad tr u. I. I1UUU A CO., Uall, Maaa.
which the throo had approached.
Mary uttered scream after scream as slu
struggled to free herself from the cruel
wretch, and Martin, who had only been par
tlally stunned, again struggled to his fret,
and, maddened by the cries of his wife,
niBhed out boforo Guaro had carried hor a
He had been compollod to drop his rifle,
and Martin hastily seized It and dashed for
ward. Ho was a .'haitly Bpoctsole iu tho
sickly moonlight, with the blood-stains on
his pale face, his dark eyes flashing, his hair
matted and disordered, and his olothos torn
and covered with dust.
Guaro, seeing that his pursuer was upon
him, flung tho half-fainting girl from him
and drew his revolvor, while Martin levelled
tho rifle at his face.
The weapon missed firo. and Guaro took a
i AMERICAN CIUVAI.BI ON TUB "L."
It Comes tolthe'Jlellernf n Much Embarrassed
Tho car had flllod completely, as Third
Avonuo "L" cars often will do, oven before
It had left the City Hall station. Whon the
train stopped at Canal street there was an
inroad on tho standing room, aud when a
little woman boarded tho car at Grand street
sho found hor way towards tho middlo of tho
coiivujauco blockod by a solid double lino of
Hho was lightly built, fragile in feature,
with slightly faded cheeks, and had about
hor tboso llltlo sigLs nnd primnesses that toll
their own story ofaliloof single bleusod
licss. As sho stood wavcringly just iusiilo the
door tho car gavo n midden lurch forward niul
sho was prt'fiiiitiilLd htr.ili.'ht into tho lap of
a midilli'-ai'id iiiiiu who xat in onu ot the first
Kelts. Not onlv that, but the inertia held
her there fol Mieril seconds afltr sho had so
unexpectedly taken her Mat.
Then Die pussiiigurswhu wore uear enough
hnw wlint a puiutul wciltli of oo.or thuso
faded cheeks might afford.
" Whv, what nil idea!"
Those were the words sho snid, whilo bur
face burned, tturs sprain; to her o,ib ihuIbIio
bit her lip, after speaking thus briolly, to
keep Iroin u downright burst of cryii g.
It was a critical moment for everybody,
this time of such unusually feminine emu.
tion, and it was hard to toll just what tho
end would be whon everybody wanted to
laugh nnd didn't think it would bu just tho
right thing to do.
Tho middlo-nged man settled it all, ns tho
little woman moso from his knee, in n fashion
that ought to bo set d inn In red letters to
tho credit of real American chhnlry. Hu was
on Ills feet almost ns soon as hIic, nnd with
his lint in Ids hand hu was gallantly offering
hor tho seat he, had left. Kho ga'.o ono quick
glance at liM lace, bowed gravel ami siukiug
into tho vnmitit placo dropped n veil over hor
Mill blushing Lheeks.
And then nobody laughed, while the double
lino of men nctunlly got so nbiuut-miudcd
that when tho train Mopped again thoy
obeyed ns Willi ono motion tho guard's usual
orders to"Moo up in tho ceutro of tho
NO USE FOK BAD IMMIGttANTS.
One Kind of People U'liom llnrln Ham Can
Not no Alurli aa Tnlcrnte.
For tho past two or threo years tho Collec
tor of this port hna hud occasion now aud
then to send immigrants back to their uativo
land bocuuso thoy wero foloiiB, aud of late
tliehe ocensious liao become moro frequent,
until now it is of almost dally occurrence.
Tho Martha, a merchant steamship con
signed to Flinch, Edyo & Co., brought over
nmoug its steerage passengers four Italians
who had served torms of imprisonment for
crimes committed in Italy. One of these had
attempted murder; another was a bandit, and
tho others bud committed minor offenses.
Thoy wero returned by Collector Mngono on
tliOHumo ship, an was a garrotur on tho Alcsia.
Tho Cachar landed I.Sj'J emigrants from
Naples Sunday, Among thorn woro fivo
ox-convicts, who aro now awaiting tho action
of Collector Mngouo. Thoy aro minor
criminals, the most benious crimo of either
being a murdorous assault with a pistol by
Garcia is u tall, lynx-eyed fellow of forty
years. Ho uyoB callers with a hungry, ma
licious look. Another has tho dull, slecpv
eyes of a bulldog. Tho baggagoof each is
confined in a dirty bandana haudkorchief.
Information ot tho charactor of tho immi
grants generally comos in tho shipiug list,
although now and then tho Emigration Com
missioners aro informed of tho coming of a
criminal by some of their countrymen already
here. Then they are taxed with the crime
alleged, and usually they confess.
This was tho caso of a woman some weeks
ago who attempted to poison another woman
in Italy, nnd sho was n turned.
Collector Magono is determined that Amer
ica shall not become Italy's penal colony if
ho can pravout it, and such emigrants will bo
TUB ItOLh OP MERIT.
Names of Home of the It'll Children In
Primary Kctiool No. (I.
The boys and girls who stood at the head
of their classes in Primary School No. C, in
Third street, last week wero : Class 1 Kato
Brown, 223 Fifth stroot: Patrick ltyan. 11
Third street. Class 2 Henry Schultz, 1
Third street; Emma Clark, 77 East Fourth
street. Class 3 Frank Frieinol, 187 Chrystio
street: Julia Bauer, 357 Bowery.
The I'rlcra Were Too lllgb.
Mark Meiloik, the boardlng-hoose runnsr trio
was accused of charging Hugh Creeden, an immi
grant, S3 tor a loaf of bread, a pound of crackers
and a bottle of water represented to be brandy,
has been discbarge I ot the Tombs for lace
of cldeuce. Juailie Ford dlrectci that a com
plaint be made againal Medork t the Mayor's office
so that his license might be revoked.
Good News for itlie Telephone Monopoly.
lariniL to Tint woold.i
WosniNOTON, May is. The Supreme Court has
decided net to grant a rehearing in the tele
LADIES HUFFKKINtl FUOM NKHVOUH AF-fllctl'-ii.
find quick r.ll-f in I'AIIKKH'S UI.NOHl
TONIO. Hl.Nl'hltCOItNH. the brat cur for corm,16o.
356 7lh ata. Band lor clrcolara. 1 at. Call Vit-iUt at.
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ms tha akiu dear, amooth, and In o healthy oondltlon.
Sold by drug (lata and fancr f ooda dsalara, or ant by
mall on coka for 25o. or thres for COc. by tha propria
tori. K. II. MCDONALD DllUO CO.,
132 Waahiniton St.. New York.
AM US K 31 KNTS.
r1IIALlATo.nlaht. faree!l partormanoa to I'.wart,
JL Itlutnochlvit , Wednrtday, comdr, llaub dar
Kabihvrinuau. Thuraday. Kobarl anil litrirajn. Friday,
lladtrmaua. Saturday, .luaM of tho aaaaon audoouipU
maotary banaht to Manai'ar Ambers'
I A wild, unearthly yoll-n hollow, rumbling
sound a dull crash, rolling tip from tho
bowels of tho earth and tho merciless wretch
lay, dashed to pieces, far down in thu heart
of tho mountain. Ho hnd stopped into an
open shaft, threo hundred feet deop, aud his
hatoful presence w juld uover more pollute
the face of tho greon earth.
"Thank God!" cumulated Martin, as be
comprehended w hat lind happened. '' Mary,
we're bateil ! Tho yellow brute has tumbled
into the shaft. He's well on his way bomo
now. You're not hurt ?"
Ho raised her from tho ground and clasped
her in his arms, as if afraid tho ruffian might
still look out of the dark pit with his hideous
face and menace her.
"I'm not hurt, Martin. Oh, what an es
cape 1 But yon are wounded."
" Only a clip on the head. It bleeds freely,
ujlz in wr&iW pi
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by Francola Chaaaaiine, Composer of Folko. IsMfl
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NAT 1101 II, Ilnainaaa Manasar, ,
when o grand bill will bo ofjored ond a boat of vol entases jSwilh
will appsar. tSa
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DONNELLY. 01RAKD AND OREAT COMPANY. OK
ACADEMY. FRANK -'M
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MO.NDAY, Ro anaar.mant of jBh
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ONE WhEK ONLY, MAY 14 TO If. J ,jB?
EDWIN BOOTH, LAWRENCE BABRETT. W
SKATS NOW ON SALE. jBr
BE AVE. ACADEMY OF MUsIO. U'KLYM. K.1J fSKt.
1 hia wk WaJnaaday and Saturday Motlnaas. oVt
VKKNONA JAUBKAU. ,....,, -1M&
Vfwk of My 11 - "TnB OLD OAK." , afig
swept from the faia of tho eartli.M MB!
At thnt liiomcnt u part) of minors from tho '7Rl
vlllaee lu t from the thicket. They hod '"&ML
heartl the llrintr. , yKfl
" Thoy arofriinls." said Martin. 'w5e5
' Wliat's all this r" oskoU a dcren at once. "3k
llurtiu eiplained iu a tew woruu, uolnting jJKE
out the Bhoit where the last of the three) had '".W
Tho othor two, who were not dead jret, ( Su9
were recoeulzod as two notorious Moxicaa 'M&
desporndoes, who had recently escaped from jVf
the citizens of Uowmovillo. Although they SSk
wero ih'iu;, the impationt miners sent half a i9i
dozen bullets through them, and tumbled lSj
their carcasses down tha shaft aftsrthel .WM
Inend Quaro. fl
" Mary," said Martin, " It's lucky I didst ill
build a ourb around that the other day, as I JfiJ
talked of doing-, " . .. , '!
u"iKothlas wonld b&TS mts4 nUk
bad." , vV