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. "THE WORLD tBiOiyPAr EVENING, MARCH 4, 1889. 9
First Day's Beadon of the Novel
- Pleaty ef Bright Ills Enter for tho
Don't Fall to Uko a Shy at the Gold
CONDITIONS OF THE CONTEST.
Tbs Evxhtno Would oJTeri a gold double eagle
(20) for the best original conuntfrum submitted.
Henry Vuy Carleton, (he vxlUcnovm humorist,
wilt act a Judge. Answers must accompany the
conundrum in (eery instance. The contest will
dose at 6 P. M. Friday. March 8. being short
like a good conundrum itself. On Baturdry,
March 9, the decision qf the judge trill if partible
Here are a few of the conundrums already
received, is this interesting competition:
Bath Hare Hard Work.
Why is a man, trying to catch a rooster,
like a poor man straggling with a mortgage
on his little house ?
Because he is trying to get the chanticleer,
(shanty clear). Jorn H. Hobh.
115 Ainslie street Brooklyn.
A Sample at many Much.
Why is The Evxmxa Would like a good
original conundrum ?
Because it is so well written that no one
wants to give it up. IIodkbt,
West Fifty.BOTenth street.
Physician us Linguists.
Why should a physician bo a good linguist ?
Because it is necessary for him to under
stand all tongues. Flora MoFablan,
Bocky Hill, Somerset County. N. J.
When afarrla- la a Failure.
' Why do the recriminations of married
couples resemble the sound of waves on the
Because they are murmurs of the tied.
A. Dobson, 183 West Tenth street.
An Appropriate Hymn.
What is the most suitable song to sing at a
bod-carrier's funeral ?
8U11 there's more ter" follow.
Habby Lxonabd, 128 Broadway.
Very Thin One.
Why an some teen like spiders ?
Because they have no visible means of sup.
port. Will, Moubkbokb,
C5 Nassau street.
Three from Brooklyn.
Why Is a teacher like a bootblack?
Because she polishes the understanding. -,
Why should a gas Inspector make a faith-
fnl lover ?
Because he often goes to meter.
Why is a champion pugilist like a mill
ionaire? Because he has a fortune in his fist.
Thbxx Stabs, Brooklyn. , '
A DlOerence of Pronunciation.
What resemblanoe is there between adoor
and a colored lady ?"
One is on egress and the other is a negress. ,
i , A Flnah Tan Can't Draw To.
Why ore scarlet fever patients the best,
poker players ?
Because they always have a flush.
t MOBTT BCOOLES,
18 West Forty-fifth street Vl
Aa Old sua Noah.
Why wasKoehtho greatest financier that
Tver lived ?
Because be floated a limited liability com
pany whea all the rest of the world was in
liquidation. Jon Ooz.
812 EastThlrry. first street.
This la Rather Neat.
When an amateur musician masters edlffl-.
cult tune, what Evxrata Would story does,.
Lis auooesa resemble ? .'
"The Conquest of the Air." 5
John F. Gayxob, s
78 Grand avenue, Brooklyn. ,
A Funeral Connndrura.
What is it that being too short, you cutoff
to make it long ? '
A grave. P. J. Gssrrsr. ,
Why does the buy man do his reading Inj
Because the season turns the leaves.
a Hubs, 183 West Tenth street, j
A Fun on Sanuon.
rWhrwas Samson liko a Turk?
Because he was a Muscle-man. ,
v " A Paatleal Rebus. '!.
What lathe difference betwoea a lady of
fashion ia the bonds of the coiffeur and
Dutoh corner grooervraan?
My lady sits In an casjr cbolr.
And dabbles In powder and chalk t
The Dutchman sits in a oheesy air.
And dabblss in chowdsr and pork.
And Paerly Forsad( Toe.
Why are tho London Timi-ParnU letters
like horse shoes ?
Because they were forged.
Leer A. Hatnxs,
100 Erie street, Jersey Citr.
Tbla Bounds Familiar.
Why is a fonder Uko the tomb of Washing,
Because it contains (ho ashes of the great.
Bauuxl G. Du Lois, jr. .
451 WcstOnoUundrod and Forty-sixth street.
A Uood Torallat.
What publio Bingor draws tho best?
Tho mosquito. Wm. 8tokxs.
183 West Tenth street.
A Shocking Statement.
What is tho greatest and most progressive
city in tho world ?
Electri city. L. BniDM.
One on the Ex-CaasTesaman.
Why does an ox-statesman of Michigan re
semble a famous poet of ancient Greece ?
Because his name u Omar, and whenover
ho signs his name ho writes the O. D. 0.
(Odyssoy). Omar D. Conger is the Miohi
gander to whom I refer. O. F. Woodwabd.
Tho "Raule-Danle" at Gnttenbnra.
n a. iditor & n. rmta nwid.-
Tho "razzle-dazzle " is a very strange and
unwelcome visitor to this part of the globe,
and for tbo short time it has been with us it
is making itself very familiar. It is liablo to
attack a person at any tlnio and any place.
I am just recovering from a severe attack of
razzle-dazzle," which came upon me one
day this week while at Guttenburg. I hod
placed 825 on Glendale to win at odds of 8
for 1. Glendale being tho first under the
wire I rushed to tho stand to present my
tioket and receive my money, when the cry
was raised, "Glendale short in weight.
George Angus takes the money. " For sev
eral days I have been searching my pockets
thinking I had lost something which should
bo there. This is the first time I have ever
boon attacked by the " razzle-dazzle " and if
I ever go to Guttenburg again I hopo I may
bo dazzJo-razzled once more. Glxmdalk.
She Ueconaldered It.
iVoMCas JMblanr CArositla.J
Ada Who is that gentleman?
Ella He is a Mormon and has six wives.
Ella Not at all; he lores them in alphabetical
order Aggio, Bertie, Carrie, Doily, Elsio and
Ada Then if I ever marry a Mormon I'll bo
first. How nice!
Tho Color Lino In Lies.
tfroei Is JVra, Orfeaaa iHeafuma. )
White lies may not be so black as the other
kind, but they are most as wicked. Tho color
line cannot be drawn successfully in tho lying
iron rtePAifcufalpAta iterant.)
Little Son Para, when Brutus said the Roman
Senators were all honorable men, he didn't
mean it, did he?
Father No; he spoke satirically.
"What's that I"
"He meant that the 'Hon. in front of their
names "was put there by their constituents just
for a joke. Those old llomans relished humor
as much as we do." t
Coald Not Do Without Him.
tlYomlki ISIuburf CirouitU.t
Capt. Lemon has charge of the sale of tickets
for the Inauguration Ball. That affair could
not get along without a little Lemcn aid. It
The safe of William B. Chamberlin. of Bah
way. recently blown open by burglars, was not
one of the Marvin Safe Company's manufacture,
aa reported, It was made by a Pennsylvania
house, and this statement is made in justice to
the Marvin Safe Company, whose safes are not
considered as favorite objects of attack on the
part of the enterprising burglar.
Tho games of the National Association of
Amateur Athletes of America, held in Madison
Square Garden Saturday, in every way satis.
fleqthe members of the Association and the
athletes entered, as well. Al Copland's feat in
breaking both the out and indoor records for
the 260-yard hurdle was a splendid per
formance. On Saturday evening, at 14-inch balk-line
billiards, George Slosson made 417 points in
six innings in a practice game an average
The Acorn Athletlo Club, organized to do
velop athletes in South Brooklyn, "with headquar
ters at Fifty-fourth street and Third avenue,
will give an entertainment this evening, the pro
ceeds of which will go towards defraying the
expenses of a new building.
Tho Seventh Itesiment Athletic Association
will hold its Spring games in its armory April U.
Tho National Cross-Country championship
will be run the last Saturday in April by teams
of not leas than six nor, more than twelve run
ners, and no person will be allowed to compete
on any team unless he has been a resident of
America for at least a year.
It is to be O'Connor who goes to Australia.
His defeat of Oaudaur, on rough water, on the
Alameda course in San Francisco Bay, brings
that about. Oaudaur rowed poorly, losing his
THE CONQUEST OF THE AIR.
A Record of '-the Wonderful Cruise of tlie
By JULES VERNE,
Author 1 Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, "A Trip to
the Moon," Around the World in Eighty Daye," Ac.
I A PERSONALLY AUTHORIZED PUBLICATION.
rsrsciALOABUt to ini EYixrxa wobld.)
PARIS. Feb. 8. 1880. have Just obtained vnlttrn authority from Jutes
Fmteand Ms vubltsHer for the publication or " The Conquest or the Air" In
TIM E VElfZfia WORLD. This Kxtraordtnarystorv should rank -as Verne's
masterpiece. PARIS CORRESPONDENT EVEMNO WORLD.
Profusely Illustrated, by "Evening World" Artists.
srjropais or cBArrzna i.-xrtn.
tJoele Pradont. Pr.sld.nt of ths W.ldon Clob. in PbilsdslphU: PbUEfus, tbsBocreUrr. and Frreolllo.
Prad.Bt's rsl.t. sTsprisoosTsoa tbs Albstrou,s arlns-msobln iDTanUdsnd ooaunsndMl by s msn nsmjJMobor,
a ho had aroossd tbs udlnstlon of ths Club rn.mb.ts by dispuUos tbstr tbsonss of ssrlsl ds.1s.Ooo. Bobur bss
ssnssd tn.ir captors la oixlsr to prsotleally dsmooitrtts tbs oorrastiMss of bis sasortlons. A JoorDsy of ladsnnits
Ispath U bssanT dsrlna tbs prasToss of whlob tbs etptfeas manses to drop a not in a usff-boz. vhuh. falllu Into
apjrts strssCb tssin to tb Prsf sot of Polios, sad srsat saetumsot rssults. Ksbor. lsarnlas of lbs toojiw. 1
UdiwltL rasa. Vf blla owr Oantrsl afriosBobnr and his ors ssslsisd oy tbs two slubmsa, rssooa a band of
"aMs who wir. sbout to bs pat to dsatfi by a boatua Jrlb. Tb. 'Albatross narrowly ssospssdsstrustlon by a
Wstsrspoat whlli erosslna tb Atlantlo Oo.sn, a esnnon-shot from tb sir-ship brssklns ,tbs solamp of wstsr Just
tlmsr VnScoliTt; !tha addsto s'ryooUla's parpstoal frlsbt by status taaTit U Mul Utantloa to
visit tba moan,
' CHAPTER XIX.
WHXMr TRa mPBISOXSD BAXOOmSTO SCHXVS OB THXZB XSCAPB VBOM IWt ALBATBOSS.
And when Fryoollin reported this conver
aatlon to his master, Uncle Prudent saw that
U was impossible to obtain any information
relating to Bobur; and he now directed his
efforts towards vengeance.
. "Phil," ssid he one day to his colleague,
L. -k&' llissi- h,:
" it is very clear now that escape It impos
sible." "You are right"
"So be it; but a man Is always his own
property, and if by sacrificing his life he can
"If the sacrifico is to be made 1st it be
made quickly," replied Phil Evans, whose
TILINGS THEY LEAVE BEHIND.
ABSENT-MINDED HOTEL GUESTS AND TUEJB
Nightshirts ef Every Yarlety Umbrellas,
with Never a Bllher Amen Them Oc
caalanally a Watch and flamatlmes a
"Do people leave things in their rooms? "
interrogativoly repeated Agent Froderiok T.
Keith, of tho Astor Ilouso, to tho query of an
Evknino Wonu reporter. "Voll, I should
say! Guests, you mean. Forget things
when they aro going an ay? Oh, yes, lots of
"Forgot their watches and leavo their
jewels on thoir drcsecr, don't they ?" per
sisted tho curious one, in that frco, social,
intimately acquainted tone which tho mau
of tho world always os-mmes when ho ad
dresses tho everybody's friend and walking
bureau of information who stands behind a
big diamond pin and a hotel clerk's desk.
" Woll um no, not watches and jewels
so much. More frequently they forget to pay
their bills, and in thou- hasto leave their trunks
behind. Canes and umbrellas, gloves, combs
and hair brushes, tooth brushes and the llko,
most often, and nightshirts! Oh, night
shirts bv the dozen.
"They toko 'em off in tho morning and
drop 'em on the bed. Tho chanibormaid
nuts 'om under tho pillow, nicoly folded.
The owner don't stay over another night,
and when ho packs his valise, ho forgets the
"And what do you do with nil thoio
thinps?" ponderod tho scribo half aloud.
" Trunks? They aro seized nine times out
of ten to bettlo tbo bill. Wo store them away
got a big Btore-room full now. Kover
ooen 'em- Wo daren't. They are moasley
affairs always. A man who can afford n de
cent outht usually pays his bill. Theso
trunks that aro left are oor, starved, pinched
impoenniosities. Aint worth opening. We
advertiso 'em. after a year or so. and selPein.
But they don't bring anything!"
Sir. Keith's nose wrinkled in disgust at
" Who buys 'em at auction ?" asked the re
porter. "Who? Oh, the regulation auction
fiends. Toodles and otlior folks, you kuow.
Handy to have in the house, liko the coffin
plato for Thompson with a ' p. "
"And the umbrellas?"
"Left usually by absent-minded men who
send for them by telegraph from the first
station, or by people wlio don't want 'cm auy
longer. There's a hundred in the storeroom,
nndif you find a silker among them you're
lucky. Bad, utterly bad. Not worth storage
room. But every ono is ticketed, fornext Full,
whon the owner stops hero again, he will re
member that he left a brand-new silker hero.
Just bought the dny before,"
The genial manager's face was tho picture
of mental distress at tbo thought of what
frauds his fellow-men were.
' And tho nightshirts ?" suggested (the re
The features of the veteran hotol man re
laxed and broko into a genial smile.
" Well, sir, they range all tho way from
the uubleachod, factory, homo-made caso of
J. Haysoed, to the fifteen-dollar, beruflled.
bef rilled "and red Hamburged lab-de-doh of
the real soft, tender dude. Wo ticket them,
too, and lay them away.
" Guests who stop at regular intervals call
for their forgotten night robes on tbeir next
trip. But we have a couple of dozen, as
sorted, on bond now. Watchos repose peace
fully under tho pillows till the chambermaids
visit tho rooms. They aro brought down to
the desk, and I generally got a telegraphic
order from their owners to forward them be
fore I get a chance to ticket them, c en.
"Bevolvers aro frequently left in this way,
but in all my thirteen years' experience in
tho Astor House I have never yet managed to
freeze to a nice gold watch or a decent re.
volver. Both the hotel beats and the forget
ful guests treat us shabbily in this regard.
Neither leaves anything worth having, and
when any one does, ho claims it yery
ELEVATED BE, TICKETS FODE CENTS,
An Inducement for Shoppers to Go Down-
Our readers will thank us for calling attention
to what is probably the moat important aggro
Cation of extraordinary values offered by any
dry-goods establishment in many a day. It
would naturally be supposed that this important
special event is downtown, where attractions
for shoppers usually abound, but the supposi
tion is erroneous. It It Btransky's, on One
Hundred and Twenty-fifth street, near Third
avenue, who have thrown down the gauntlet to
the downtown establishments. And in order to
demonstrate the difference between Harlem
bargains and those on Blxth avenue, or on
Fourteenth street. Btransky's will sell Elevated
railroad tickets at four cents, so that people will
beencouraeed to go downtown and compare
prices. This Is carrying tho war into Africa.
A lame circular has been issued by Rtransky
givins in detail some of the trreat bargains se
cured from the various manufacturers in tho
country and to be placed on sale, beginning
The good things aro in cotton fabrics, dress
goods, silks, lace curtains, portltros, house
keeping linens, jerseys, hosiery, ribbons, din
ner sets, lampH, bric-a-brac; but bow can the
mention of a few things adequately convey tho
right idea when there are so many?
We learn that the great tale at Btransky's be
gins on Tuesday, as it will take plsce then to
completo the preparations. The L railroad
tickets will be put on sale, howeer, to-morrow,
so that people can go downtown and get posted
before Stransky's sale begins. .
temper, cool as it was, was being sorely
tried. "This thing must and shall end
where is tbo Albatross ' going now? Here
it is crossing the Atlantlo Ocean obliquely,
and, if it maintain its course, will striko the
coast of Patagonia, and then Terra del
Fnogo, and after this? Will ho head his
course over thePaculo Ocean, or towards the
Continent around the South Pole? Every
thing is possible to this Bobur. At all events,
wc ore losC It is a case of legitimate defense,
and if we must perish"
" We shall not do so before we aro avenged,
without having destroyed this machine and
all on board."
The two colleagues had worked themselves
up t J the highest pitch of fury. Sinpe it was
necessary, they were resolved to sacrifico
themselves to destroy the inventor and his
works. In a short time there would be no
one left alive to tell the story of the wonder
ful air-ship, the king of aerial locomotion.
Notwithstanding the fact that tho idea had
buried itself deeply into their minds tlioy
had not yet thought of the means to execute
How were they to do it? By secreting an
explosive ongine under the deck and blow
ing the air-ship up ? In that caso it would bo
neceskary to gain access to the ammunition
room. Fortunately, Frycollln knew nothing
of these projects. At the thought of the
" Albatross " exploding in the air he would
have denounced his master. July 23d loud
was sighted in the southwest, closo to Cape
Virgins st the entrance to Magellan Btralt.
At that timo of the year, at the Mth parallel,
night lasted almost eighteen hours, and the
temperature frequently fell to six or seven
degrees below zero. The "Albatross," in
stead of turning off to the south, followed
the windings of the strait as if wishing to
reach the Pacific
THE JOKERS STILL AT WORK.
- - .
THEY. 00 RIGHT OX DESPITE BAIN. INAUG
URATIONS. A Pronlttng Htnrt.
Mrs. Angy Tnpper, nfe Golddnst (after tho
elopement) Oh, please, naps, do forglvo us.
I loed Angy so that I couldn't help it; but I
loed jou, dear papa, so that I couldn't rest un
til I bad come back to tell you all.
1'apa Well, well I hUppoo 1 must mako tho
best of n bad job. lint where'" Angy ?
Mrs. Tuppcr Outaido with the cabman.
Couldn't 51111 lend j our own dear Caramella
cnnnifh to pay the brute, l'oor Angy only had
enough for tho minister.
lie Wns Frozen.
fros. IA. JlfKtary CKromUli.i
"Bpeaking about the ruling passion being
strong in death," remarked tho Btiake Editor,
"I just beard of an instance of It During tho
recent cold snap n man who hsd been very fond
of music was found dead, his death ua ing been
brought on by the extreme, cold. "
"How does that illustrate tho ruling pas
sion T" asked tho Horn) Editor.
"Why, at tho wry tnd of Ufa ho became, a
member of the Frohsinu Hociety."
Made a Mistake.
Vost IA rAfraoo Trtittn.
"My friends," raid tho Bocialist orator, tax
ing fervent, " if tho enemies of labor had their
way every mau who has a little norkshop of his
on n. every man who has a saloon in this
"There Isn't any saloon in this block, "called
out several persons in tho audience.
"Then, my friends," said tlio orator, seizin g
his hat, "I lino betn improperly directed. I
am speaking at the wrong meeting."
Economy Ia Wraith.
JVom IA. .St. J'u.t IHortr l-r,n.
Young Wife (In boarding-houso to husband)
Bee, George, I have washed out a couple of
handkerchiefs this morning, and sated 10 cents
Ucorgo 'enthusiastically) Yon aro a llttlo
treasure I am going right out now and buy an
extra cigar. Economy is wealth.
tVom f. ItMTltngton Frtt Vrtu. J
Minister My friends, Christianity will never
accomplish its mission In this world until
Christians come closer togethqr., , , -,,
, (Several young couples in different parts of the
house suit the action to the word).
Morning- ou the HIrrplns-Car,
Mr. Burnap I don't know where you come
from, stranger, or who you be, but, b'guml I
ain't never refused ter shako with a mau yet
when he puts out his hand.
Lodi, Sam Joaquin Co., Oil.,)
Xar.-M. 1HH7. J
Gintlemix: WsbsTjuit bought snotb.r box of
Dr. CJ. McLame's C'l lebbateu I.ivir Pills, which
ws find to b so xcillnt for kMplos ths sy.tsm la
ordor sndoTeroomlns s.ck headache th.t w nf r us
snythius else. I ebMrf illy testify to tb merit of Dr.
C. McLame's Cxlzhbai xd Lives Pills.
Mrs. J. E. Hocsu.
Ia ess of sick b.sdsche. biliousness, torpid llrer,
drsDep.U, costifeness. Dr. C. McLama's CrLXBnATZD
Liver Pills never fall to (ire rell.f-for both sis and
sllsfr.. Tbeysre compounded with retard to eron tho
most d.llcat constltntlnns. Bold by sit drucni.ts; prlco
25 cent.. Prepsrodonlr by Kl.minf Bros , Pltt.burir,
Pa. Look out tor an imitation made in bt. Duls. which
is often p.lmedoff on Innocent purchssers ss onrs. In
slst upon bavins only tb genuine.
After passing over L,omas Bay, leaving
Mount Gregory on the north and Brecknock
Mountains on tho west, it reached Punta
' Arena, a little Khilian town, and some hours
I lacr sighted the old station of Port Famine.
I If the Patagonlans, whose fires could hero
and thero bo seen, viere, as is reported, nbovo
' the ordinary stature, the passengers on the
I air-ship could not appreciate the fact, as tho
people below seemed to them liko dwarfs.
TUB HIBDS FLUKQ TUEUSZLVIS AOAINST TUE
During the few short hours of the southern
day a magnificent spectaclo nas afforded
them. Abrupt chains of mountains, peaks
tipped with eternal snow, thick forests grow,
ing on the mountain sides, interior seas,
bays formed between peninsulas, and the
archipelago, comprising Clarence, Dawson
and Desolation Islands, channels and passes,
all forming a confusing medley which the ico
was already uniting into one solid moss, from
Cape Forward, the terminus of the American
continent, to Oape Horn, the terminus of the
In the mean time, after reaching Port Fam.
tat, the "Albatross " ohangsd its course to
. AJtMa-aisal.. st
Joe Berliner, tho undaunted backer of the
"Noble Bon" eiitgiprl8e.il eiy anxious that
this much ncUertcd production should liao
the advantage or a first. clasi cast. Ho has Just
Sffeied the old man part to tho vetoran actor
obn Gilbert, which shows that Mr. Berliner Is
at any rate aiming, high. Hei anxious thst
Mr. Gilbert should play the part during the.one
week that "A Noble Hon " is to be runalNlblo's.
a hodiisnclajlnduccnient offered is 300 for the
ono week. The Mim is, of course, pleasantly
large, but old Mr. Gllnert, it Is ssid, dors not
like, the Idea pf studying a long part for ono
week only. Ho. howeuT. has iiiltlier refused
nor accepted the offer a yet. Mr. Berliner'
f rtemls are inclined to think that lie will sccept
it. The leading I Mo will ngiiin be played by E.
J. Diickley.ulio Is this week appearing with Nat
Goodwin in "A Gold Mliio"t tho Fifth Ave
nue. Then Mls Amelia Hoiiurillc. as before
stated, will make, bet llrst apinaraneo In her
lien and emaciated condition.
, Sllss 'Kate Foley, who has Just resigned from
"Drifting Apart," has been ciicaccd-spcciallv
engaged, if you please-to play something that
is n little itinuuer than a soubrctte part In tlm
Iron Creed" Hint is to bo piodiircd at the
Fourteenth Street Theatre April H.
A London statistician ettimates that within
the last ten years leuelrj to the amount of
XI... tiOO.oot) has been stolen from actresses
and slum rs. .
Misii Uimna Abbott and lit r organiratinu
clixodan engageiiHiit in Washington Haturday
night with a revhal of "The Mikado." Hho
nlijed tost, 1)7,!!. which shown that, after all.
there is something in "chetiiut. " Tho fact
that Gilbert and Hullhan have turned ont so
much bad work sinco "Tho Mikado " may havo
had something to do with its succors.
An Old Hong Hraung,
(oM (A. rafrogoArtFi 1
Miss Mary had that is. she owned
A lamb of milium n gender:
Go wheie sho might, by day or night.
That cosset would at loud 'er.
When as she went to school ono day
Tlielamli'wetit tagging after
Which ell ens did throw etery kid
Into a Mt of laughter.
Kicking the cosset out of doors,
'1 hi' tc aeher spanked the f i inkers:
But the lambkin cried in the cold outside.
And the wind blew through his whiskers.
Then all the blistered children asked:
" What makes tho lamb lne her, slrT"
"My dears," said lie, "It looks to mo
Llko a case of vice versa. "
Now from this story you shall learn
Thst tliore is nary creature
That In alxne the iower of loe,
Unless it be a teacher.
It Nrtlril Sii.SOO for the Frntlirr Girls.
Tho Feather-Workers' Union rtcehedf'J.riOO
as the proceeds of Its entertainment last night at
the Star Theatre, at which Lillian llusscll.Ilattio
I.eonaid.Knthnn Kidder, Carrie Godfrcv.MUe.
VaUl.lud Holouiou and Harry Fisher gave, their
Thla Uveulng' Kvrnta.
Tho annual entertainment of tho Catholic
Young Men's Association at Tammany Hall.
Inauguration ball, employees of llaner A
Brother, Lexington Ateuuo Oiiora-Houao.
Holland rtociety. anniversary and ball, Turn
Hall, OU.dH Kast Fourth street.
American Veterinary College commencement.
Second annual ball of Qnincy Social Club,
Mascjuerade of Harlem Munnerchor, Baker's
OF PURE GOD UVER OIL
Almost as Palatablo as Milk.
Bo dlssrnlaad that It can be taken,
digested, and assimilated by the moss
mnsltlve stomaeb, when the plain oil
cannot be tolerated auid by the com
bination of the oil with the nypupbos
pbites Is much snore efflenctona.
BeBarksble as a Hah prodnctr.
Persons gain rapidly while taking It
SCOTT'S EMULSION is ocknowlcdgod by
Physicians to be tho Finest and Best prepa
ration in tho world for tho relief and euro of
GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING
COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS.
The great remedy for Oonstcmption, and
Wafting in Children. Bold by all Drugaist
Ita HANKS c
Extracting. 2.r,c.i Willi GAM, JMIc. Sts. S, 98
snd 10. Hart flllinz. Ma, up. fold tiilinr, SI a p.
Female tttendant Sundays to 1.
03 UTH AVi;.. 21) IlllOlt ULI.UW 14TII
gpfel Cold in Head
ratplil Ely's Cream DalrrT
JKSiffll ''I.Y nWIS MWirren8t..H,.T
the south. Passing between Mount Tarn, on
tho Brunswick peninsula, and Mount Graves,
it headed towards Mount Knnniento, an enor
mous peak, hooded with ice, towering oer
Magellan Strait, six thousand foet above tbo
loel ot thoscs. It was tlm country of tho
Fuegnns, tho natives who inhabit the " laud
of fires." Six mouths previous, tho height
of summer (January in Philadelphia) tho
days fifteen or sixteen hours long, tho ouu
try would bao appeared beautiful and fer
tile. They could see even now alleys and
pastures extensive enough to nourish mill
ions of fcniiuals, old torests, gigautic, trees
biroh, ash, beech, cvpress mil arborebceut
ferns; also inst armies of penguins, gulls
aud myriads of other species of bild.
At plsbt when tho electric lights of the
"Albatross " uero suspended, gulls, ducks,
gecM) and other stabirds cast themsehos by
thousands on tho deck.
As tho sun went down, about thrco o'clock
in the afternoon, thoy could t a Mutt Uko
circled by a superb forest. The lako was
frozen over aud tbo natives ou suonshoes
were gliding over tbo surface. At eight of tho
air.shlp the Fueguns vtcro lleeing iu all direc
tions, nnd vliero they could not lice they bur.
ronod into the ground llko animals.
The "Albatross" inaluliiiued Its southerly
courso, passing Boaglo Cbannol, then Nata
tion Island, whoso Greek name contrasts
strangely uith the ruuer names of these far
off lands; then Wollaston Island, washed by
the lost waters of the Pacific. At lust, after
having cleared since leaving the coast of Da.
homer over 4,200 miles, the "Albatross"
darted over tho most southern extremity of
tho now world. Below, battered by an eter
nal surf, lay tho terrible Capo Horn,
The next day was the 21th of July. The
21th of July in the Southern hemisphere is
the 21th of January in the Northern. Further,
AMUSEMENTS. ' AMUSEMENTS. H
ssiB ib3& mit.i, &&$' Wi """it? m
. MAUDE GRANGER.
"AlBfE ItWVD MAC. HKATS,
filvY' OUCH. t)) CIHULli.
. 8AT"V bAfXHlNV '
V "itASl?f,7,UKATKK- H"err. n..r Canal.
VV lONKIIIT TO-NltlllT
... . ... WK'ItK AI.1, HMir.INll
W.'..X..7'kU,1;,;0N!i MKIIUV COMEIIY t'OM.
I'ANl luthe aide pllttlug Muairal t'arco-Comedj,
inS!!i!!l! Hoars of lauihtsr ZIO ZAtl
K! 5-! !! K 5' "".' ' isnir r.Ki zah
TONIIItr Ni-ro dauo... It) ZAtl
T!5C !! !T 't1i,i. ,t.nc. glti zah
lO N (HIT Fun, fun. fun till ZAU
TO. tlllT.. Iheareal ZlB Zs .. , III 7AU
.MA1INEK WkAnKSIiXy ANI HATIIIIIlAY
TtWlK tiHANII MIIHIUJI ANI TIIKATKK.
X :i4.r.a7 llrat.d.t TIIIJ I'AHTINtl flIAN.
fif liars ttllhoat food, end T FAWTlSd I UV,.
a , ' " !"'!. i . lTIIMkWTlNtJ.llAl..
A World of Curio.ilWs. Menaq ris ic. It) centav
IJUOUTHKATIli: Hrsdwar, near ,10th at
A. MIDNIGHT BELL.
"A penptrturaol New Knxlsnd life."
A pure, clean, wholeaome comedy."
NKJV ANI AI'l'ltOl'KIATE HOBlfKHY.
EXREI.I.KNT t!AST. NOVEL KKrKOTS.
MATIKEKH WEDNESDAY AND HATUKDAY
tlsllerr. 'Joe Iteaerted, .'iOo., 7Ca. SI, Sl.ilO.
1 A Til HTIlEKTTIICATRi: Poll. IITI1 AVE
X4: l ATINKEH WEDNESDAY AND SATUUDAY.
KATHEItlNEC. ANDJAH. A. I1EKNK,
In the new, powerful domeatlo ntsy.
A Nlor ol Man. Wile snd Child "
NEW 8CENEKY IIKKIl'lT AND PKETTY MlfSIO.
tiellerr. L'ic. I resetted. :t5c., f0,'., 76e,. SI, 0.
GRAND OPERA-HOUSE. Ksfig,.
Hovt's "A BRASS MONkEY,"
KOSTER B,'a.8vaj: McAHTHOHY
AND BchrouerUma., A!D
BIAL'S. .,a,fiffi.. CHLOE P0TTR1
WfdngsHlay Mtl nee fitturd sy.
XT IUmmikI BU(OrhMlrCircl and Uaseon7r0e.
SSI ROBERT MANTELL fit
Nett VVeek-IIKLD BY THE ENRUY. '
Neit 8unds-"l'AllI8" OE TO-DAY, br PIlOP.
CT1I AVE THEATRE! Evoulaea at 8. Wat Bat. 2.
t) MR. N. C. Iia A rjfiT T
GOODWINl - 1 minGe'-d
-1A"sIN6 BROADWAY AMD SUTirST.
H nil. IV nVENtNOSATB
tlrlUU I. J MATINEE SATURDAY ATI
Admission AOo Heats reserred 2 wks Lo adrano.
1YCEUM THEATRE afTlfAVK. ArTDyaDBTT
J titiTii to ib:i ti.vii:.
RWIKPT l.AVUNiiEiiinwKr.T i.Avi:Npnit
HWHKT, l.AVl'.NIli 1 1 nyi!!T l.AVKNIlKlf.
begins st H 5 MATINEI: SATURDAY.
V 111 pteparstlon-A DRAMA 1IY SAltUOU.
PITPU I1U I THE WONDERS AT
llfllllM 111 I WORTH'S Ml,'Ni:UM,14thet.,
UHIUII UM I THIS WTEK Include
the OaatHed Man, the Indian Hand, the Dull Plainer,
"IUbrlluntln(,"and 1'nnce.s Lucj (la.t week), the
Iri.h tilantesa lllttail Slate Hhow In I own
TONY PASTOR'S NEW 14TII NT. THEATRE.
TONY NHtV hhow ,;ain.
lUfll DAKEIl. JONtS, MAfcfHNH DA
PASTOR'S VIS. ILORAMOOKE. JOHN HART.
7 a3 x va aJ oq .$ Acl, MAT TO-MORKOW.
TipNER'S PEOPLE'S THEATRE.
Mil JACOBS' 3D AVE THEATRE.
. Matinees. , THE I Uartler Campbell's
dar. Wrdnesdaj WHITE Famous
and Saturdar I SLAVE. Kcenle Plar.
MARCH ll-DOWLINUAND HABS0N7
Hit. JACORS' (THAI.fA)
. OLD BOWERY THEATRE.
Maline... j FLORENCE J I in
Mon . Wed a Hat I IIINHLEY I DOT.
MARCH ll-THE LU1I1TS O' LONDON.
THE C.RAND MttKEA.M ANIITHEATRE.
:H.V:M7!raniiet. jTlll, I'AMTIJUJ .1IAN.
00 da;, itithnul food, and Til li KASTINtJ JUAN,
slillfaatlnic ..TIIH I'ASTlSlti hlAS.
A World of Cunoeitirs, MenaKetie. Jtc 10.enta.
FfrHEATRE COMIOUi: ItWlh atTTuf.ad A Lea. ares.
I .MIIH LANI1TRY,
Atondar, Tuesday, Wednesday, Ladr Clancartr, Thnrs
day ana Matme. Ijadyof Lyon. Iridsr and Saturday.
AaVoil.lk.il. Neat Week-MIN.ME PALMER.
DOCKSTADER'S. at H in. at ssa'
The talk ol the Town. Nh g jt M
T1IH YtONDHHI'L'I. tEsBssBsi(4lils
ASTAKTI" the Wr.nder ot the World.
1" HERNANDO'S DANCTnO ACADEMY, tlf.' E MTH
? ST. -RECEPTION KVI.IIY TUESDAY EVENING
tho fifty .sixth decree of latitude had just been
passed, and this tU'srreo corresponds to the
parallel which in the north of Europo crosses
Scotland at Edinburgh, 'llio thermometer
held Itself constantly bolow zero: the arti
ficial means were necessary to heat tho in.
tcrior of tho cabins and turrets on the air
ship. The length of the days v, as still diminish
ing as tho " Albatross " drew nearer to tho
Polar regions. The air-ship flew oer that
portion of the Pacific Oceuu confined within
the Antarctic Circle. The cold us growing
nioro aud more intense, and it ttas necessary
to drrss after the fashion of Esquimaux or
Fuf-gnus. The two colleagues, well muffled,
wire constantly ou deck, alnaB dreaming
IT WAS NECESSAnT TO D II ESS LILC PSQUIMAUX.
of their schemo and viatchiug tbeir oppor
tunity to executo it. How and then they met
llobur, hut sinco the threats exchanged be
tween them at Timbuctoo not a word had
passed between them.
As to Frycolllu, hs did not venture out of
ths kitchen, where Francois Tspage ac.
corded, him generous hospitality provided
Proctor's 23d St. Theatre. M
2ni MT., NEAR GTII AYR, ftaH
PROCTOR A TURNER. Proprietors and Haaatars ,jaH
WILL OPEN isssaH
To-Morrow, Tuesday Evenmr. m
MARCH (i, , II
NEIL BURGESS M
COUNTY FAIR. M
pALMER'RTHEATRE MONDAY. MARCH 4. H
THE CAVALIER. Um
Br Ad..D'l.nnery. author of "Two Orphans, As.. A. 91
Mr. A. M PALMER Sol Manas 'JOBsal
.... I;enlnasttt.ao. Baturdajr ilatln. .
t 4T" CAPTAIN SWIFT. MSSSB, H
MONTH. U Orsst Success World. Jsn. gallSramaaC" JM
CTANDARD THEATRE; WLU
3 tTr,V.,i r.,,n.tnr. pt.K. Saturday Matin at a 3ssai
KKf.UK PARRE.N. Y RED LESLIE snd th 'JlSaB
I.OMHIN "AIKTY llllltl.lWOUK CIJ. U lM
3IIIS1S I NlII'IaLAI IlJfc ' " IBsaBsal
BPKCULATOIUi are wrnml not to invest In tiokaU. jSli
ACADEMY fH H? 9
B12fflB wntBP M
i-f,,,,WK.,,A 1SAIU i"ASIIA.
Increseed Orcheatra. Auginented Chorus. SfH
BROAHWAYTHEATRE Mat.Wed and Sat.," P.M." 'UBI
. 5!irI: c?'-U.,',- EVENiNoBaia. -LS
LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY. SI
AD.HIHHION 30c. SsaH
4- ORCHID SHOW, 1
JitA; EDEN MUBEE THE RUaaiANg. " JH
A HP,t:,if.CT!'KA'':ltK. Irrins place, and 15tha3 a9
YwT.0?J(1,iT "'" r"t ax' .O MOTHER-lIfi ' US
la."a w Tuesday ilrat sppearanc of Mathilda CotraUy issl
In "O Molber-iu-Law. JlsiBBBa!
VISITED BY 4IEJ 000 IN ONE YEAR ' SjSH
10th at. A 4th s.e Bunilsy. Ufi oents. 91
BROOKLYN AMUSK3IENT9. lH
BROOKLYN ACADEMY. .OF. MUSIC .
WEEK COMalENCINO MONDAY. MARCH i. 'B
-, millOI.piI AHONSO.N'H B
NEW YOUK OAM1NO Ol'iYttA CO- SssmH
Mxmday, Tuesday, Wednea- Thurs., Friday, BatBrdaa aljH
. . day. Ua tfnee and erenlaa, j wBsal
ERMINIE. NADJY. M
The cast includes Pa a I He HsU, Maris Janaen, Ann SwH
O'Keefe. Jennie WeatWaby, nEdewortb Btarrtta, rVsSl
(JeomleDeenui, Francis WIU03, Charles Pianist. Ua Vdlaaaai
Freeman, Oeorre Olinl. Harry Maolonoush, o. WlS
, CHORUM OP (JO. OIlOHESTHA OP 'JS. WOM
Bale of Beats progresHlng st Acsdeip UorOlBc. -sBal
faHtftrfel usl rTr-aVw-LSi 1U0 4lal
QM;MoH0y;Bwwy5Sofll orand ...dsH
yt a aTTT-iT SHjT.TI ' '1 ' 1 Ml 8T. iJsBeefl
, MARCH . O.NE Vr.kk. OsT
Thfb.r.lJ.l!.nt.oanf "nor snd actor, MR, ORS09 $stM
clippokd, .i.um.1 by Jlisa uka6e HILTON. -?MM
IntheRomantlo I TUf 'SOsi
Meloarams. Orand hcenlosad I ..s... .Issaaai
Calcium hfltcts. I OATH. mM
HT TACOIIS-S .iBssl
. JCV. J. , . , DROOKLYNTHEATEIL JmrnrnM
Corner of Waihlnrton and Johnson ats. 4ssai
MATINEES. I ATKINtiON'D COMEDY 00. 3safl
MONDAY, TvpriT'O DAn DslaT 'fl
WEDNESDAY. PECK S BAD BOY fl
RRHfiRVEDIMatlnees. 30. aad 30a. MLW
LEE AVE. ACADEMY. BROOKLYN. E. D. 5S
Thia week, matinees t edneeday and Batnrdar. .wlaai
MASTODONIU MINSTREL COMBINED .Wjsal
IMPERIAL JAPANKHE TROUPE. KsH
Neit week-PRANK DANIELS-LITTLE PUCK. ''fil
AMPHION ACADEMY, &KS., l M
Krery Kt uinx. WiHint.Jy nrt .Sttardar Matin. WslsH
Thatchor.FrimrosB & West's Ml istrels S
C" OU K.NN'H 1'AHK THKATIIE. flH
'IhUwtMtk. M&tinfHt iHlndiy and Saturday, lisH
HOLMES'S STANDARD MUSEUM. WM
T1IIM WEPK-.lfATINKKS HAILY, ' 4jH
N. S.Wooiin Waifs of How Yerk 1
7TT)D)C casino. -Bj
ZfllrJr 9 HUBER A riERIIARDT..Pronrliors JsH
This week'aXill includes Mona. l'liiarallo. TwUlaht 4IbH
Qusrtet, Annie Raymond, Frank Uay, Ona Barmoaa WjssH
and Minnie Schnlt. slH
Fryoollin performed tho duties of assistant -fnl
cook. To what uoint was the "Albatross" "Vllfl
headlnc ? Did llobur dare to venture in the fflll
depth of Winter over the southern seas wash- SI
ing the pole ? Would the chemical agents of - ul
his liattenoa prove strons enough to resist "Mill
congelation ? Thut llobur would attempt to 4jH
clear the iole during tho warm season the 'tHH
two colleagues well knew, but to do so, sur- IbHI
rounded by the continual night of the Ant. 9RI
arctio winter, was tho act of a fool. '31 1
Thus reisoued the president and secretary l9il
or tho We Idon Club, of Philadelphia, who 'gj
were now hut a few miles below America, hut, Wl
to thoir sorrow, many thousand miles from jBI
their belcnod Walnut Street. 'sBsi
The 21th of July the captain held frequent 'SH
consultations with his foreman. At times h 'mI
and George Kerns consulted the barometer, SiM
not only to gain ilea of their height, but to .vBEl
notice the approaching state of the weather. HI
Eorae'hing of importance was transpiring. JbhI
Uncle Prudeut also noticed that llobur 3
took an Inventory of tho provision stores cm WM
board and of the supplies for the engines of the nH
propulsive and suspensive machines. This '"'jH
seemed to him an indication of an early re- M
" A return V said Philip Evans. "What ."3D
"To the place where Robur revletuals hi JB
air-ship," replied Uncle Prudent. 3B
"That ought to be some lonely island la (jM
the Pacific, peopled by scoundrels worthy ol gH
thsti chief." 1
' ' Exactly so, Phil. I believe that now be TWm
will bear off to the west and, putting on all 'iiSssl
speed, reach his destination as soon as pose!. jRI
"But Te cannot carry out our ploa if Is ."91
reaches iU" 'fsm
" Uo shall not reach It, PhlL" j aH
I2p be OonttnuaJ IbJsforrotal '-mm