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. THE WORLD; MONDAY EVKNIJN'G, MAY IU, 88!). ,3 9
BRIGHT WITS MEET HERE.
, M1KESS OF THE PDNXY MEN OP THIS
From Jdae. J
The Butler Hoggin' your pardon, H's shplen
diil yon look thlM mornln'. Miss Helen.
Minn Hilon-Horry, Mlchaol, but I haven't a
dime In change with mo.
Iho Hntler Hliuio. ma'am, I didn't Ixplct
more than a nickel for that.
A Polite Wny to Kxpree It,
frvom the Jerelere Weekly. J
Clerk (detected in stealing jewelry) I I
-well, I I didn't cspoct von back bo soon.
Employer I suppose you didn't, sirs but
1 always like to be about when my clerks ore
From the A.k t'tttk Weekly.
Adorer (nervously) Isn't that your father's
step on tbo stnirs?
Sweet Girl-Yos, but don't mind thatt it's
onlv a scire. Ho won't come down. He
always stamps nround that way when I sit up
with jomiR men after 11 o'clock.
Known Ilia Trnde,
Wilier (in All-night restnurnnt, At 3. SO
o'clock a. .) Gent ordors lamb chops, and
thero ain't any.
Proprietor i (.'Inuring at clock) Well, give
bim an oyster stow, itnd say Both in'.
In No Dnntrer,
(item He Setr York Weekly.
Mrs. Minks (severely) Geurfcc, there is an
account in the paper about n business man
leaving his wifo nnd running off with a
pretty typewriter girl.
Mr. Minks Indeed.
" Yes, and it's the third account of the
kind I've seen this week."
" That doesn't Interest me."
" It does me. You have a pretty type
writer girl in your ofllce."
" No, we haven't. My partner eloped with
her last week. "
From Itntper'e Bntar,
Pupil Teacher, kin me an' Bill go an' git
spail o' water 't
Arkansas Schoolmaster There you go
spun. How many times have I cot to tell
jou that it ain't pood grammar to say "me
an' Bill ?"
I I'm il-What ortltosay?
Teacher Bill and me. Can't I never learn
ou nothing ?
An Unprofitable Tusk.
M'rnm the AVm York Weekly.
Mm. Gable You look tired, Mrs. Gnbb.
What is the matter ?
Mrs. Gabb Tired I I'm nearly dead. I've
sat at my bath-room window for seven weeks
ruin along, listening to the sounds in the
parsonage next door, and I haven't heard a
Klvnl to the Ilothichltds.
From I An Jeuelere Weekly.
Devoted Lover Iluby, my darling, will
you marry me ?
Itutiv Yes. llobert.
Devoted Lover Now that I have theo,
Kuby mine, I am more rich than Crossus.
Sad Only for Fun.
Ticket Agent (too drummer too late for a
train Why aro you looking so disconsolate,
Drummer (gazing rurally after the disap
pearing train) -Only for past timo, sir.
JliiftlnfHS la ISnelneaa.
From the Sfetr Vork Weekly,
Benevolent Individual Yos, sir, I hold
that when a man makes a little extra money
his first duty is to make his wifo a present of
Ordinary Individual You are a social phil
osopher, I presume'
" No, I am a dry-goods dealer."
The Don m Stay an Top.
Tom-Soy, Jerry, d' yer know what T
mV,rWh,,aey're"QttIn'!l der wires under
R. 1 '"' l "iPPoao dat dese teasera what we
ter lug around goes wld der rcstl
FORM AN EASTERN LEAGUE.
IT WOULD ESTABLISH HARMONY AMONO
RIVAL ATHLETIC CLUIIS.
TIib Amain!- Ilnxlnc and Wriitllnsr Tonrr.it.
mrnt To-Nlght-Prof. Uraves Want to
Meet Peter Jnch.oo-.IncU Lyman Will
Have a Menem Terr Celt a Favorite
for the Handicap.
The formation of an Eastern League of
amateur athletic clubs would be a very good
way to promote harmony In the ranks of the
warring athletes. This Leaguo would con.
solldate under its own organisation the elubs
now arrayed under the hostile banners of the
N. four A's and A. A. U. President White,
of the Berkeley Athletlo Club, would make
an able President of the uew League. His
remarks regarding National champlonshlph
hit the nail squarely on the head. The
Berkeley C ub, though a member of A. A.U..
still In reality ocouulcs a neutral position be
tween the two existing organisations.
It is a new and prospectively influential
club and its mediation ot the deplorable hos
Ulltyof thotwo factions could not te objec
tionable to either. As President While says,
tho ohampiouship in either the N. four A. or
A. A. u. does not count for what it should.
The athletic supremacy, in any event, of tho
N. four A. and A. A. U. combined would
mean a great deal,
Tho chief athletic event of to-night is the
annual amateur boxing and wrostliug cham
pionship meeting of tho N. four A's at Tam
many lull. The following aro the events to
bo contested: Doxing, bautam-w eight, 105
pounds and under : feather. 115 pounds aud
under ; spec.al. 125 pounds and timlor s
welter, 140 pounds and under; middle, 158
pounds and under. Wrestling, 135 pounds
and under. Gold medals go to first and nil.
ver ones to pocoud in each ovout. In tho
preliminaries. Saturday, John Laik ns. of the
Hornbachor Club, and J. J. Gorman, of the
Star Athletio Club, were the winners of
the 125-pound boxing bout. T. ,1. O'Dav.
ScottiHh. American Athlitic Club, and
Otto Cramer, Hornbaoher Club, won
the 135-pound wrestling. The winners
of the 1 IB-pound loxing bonis were A. Trie
dell, Hornbachor t J. lloach. Star : F. Haley,
New Yoik City; H. Swagor, of this oitv. and
John Kelly, National. The winner of the
105 pound boxing wero F. liaudall, llorn
hacher; Joseph Golden, Htagg; M. Farrell,
Star; J. narnett.Atlanllo.ond J. J. Do Cour
Trof. Graves, the colored pugilist, who
seems to have a hard time to get on a match,
now wants to meet Peter Jackson. Graves
is tho winner of thirtv.four battles. He has
suftered but one defeat unci that at the hands
of Jimmy Carroll, of Brooklyn, four years
ago. He has improved vastly since then.
Jack Lyman desires a benefit. His pluck
in standing Hill v Murray off during thirty
nine bloody rounds, when ho claims ho was
sick, is phenoineual. Lvman was trained
down seven pounds in one day the day he
fought. His Illness prevented his eating anv.
thing all day. His friends have finally pre
vailed upon him to'accept a benefit May 27,
at Sayor Hall. Thtrty-sixth street and Eighth
avenue. Billy Murray will wind-up with
Terra Cotta is the choice of many betting
men for the Brooklyn Handicap. Terra and
Jimmy McLaughlin arrived at the Brooklyn
Jockey Club track yesterday.
Jake Kilraln writes to ilichard K. Fox that
he does not desire any reception or display
when he arrives about the last week in
May. but after preoting a ftw friends will go
to his home in Baltimore. He spoiks con
fidently of his ability to whip Bullivau.
A cable despatch to the .ToliVe Gaiette savs
that Jem Smith has renewed his challenge to
fight Mitchell for 200 a side. Joe Thompson
says he will match Frank P. Slavin to fight
anv man in the world for .500 to XI. 000 a
side, or the winner of the Sullivau-Kilraln
fight for the J'olicr aaielte belt.
BORN UNDER M MERITS TORCH.
Why the Ilia Cannon Roared at nildnl(ht
on Liberty Island,
Ltttlo Bartholin Lewis, the first child born on
Liberty Island under the torch of the Brest
statue, is now four days old, wide-awake and
He Is the son of Lieut. Lewis, commandei -in-chief
of Liberty Island.
A big ten-inch cannon was fired over tho bay
at 1 o'clock Wednesday morning to announce
little Barthnldi'B birth.
Tho garrison tinned out in Castle William
when they heard the big buii. Every man stood
at his post on tho ramparts.
A crow nf Reliant sohlieia and Burgeon
Pitcher rowed over to Liberty Island In the
night to learn what tho excitement was. The
soldiers who stood at tho puns on Castle Will
iam thought that war had been declared.
Lieut. Lewis, the father of Ilartholdi, sorted
two years on the frontier, and hai been in com
mand of Liberty Island foi one year. He is
thrco yearn trom West Point and has been
married a little over a year.
Those Lovely llrooklyn lilrle."
TnE World's song. " Those Lovely Brooklyn
Girls,"bvM. H. Itosenfeld. which has become
so popular in the City of Churches, will b sung
this week by Connnc.wlio appears at the IStook
lyn Theatre in the burlesque, "Monte C'risto,
FROM WASHINGTON TERRITORY.
Snohomish, Smohohisu Couwtt, W t.,
Kept. ii'J, 1HM7.
Mkbsrb, Klxminq Bros, ,
GrNTLKVicifi Dr. O. McLane'i C'elxiikated Liver
Pilu tind regular pUoe in rajr practice, and I recom
mtnd thorn on all ocoaalona, Tory era unrlvflllod for
Liver Complaint and federal debility, and aro largely
old in thla region. A better remedy cannot be found.
W. N, Towwdkow,
Cora alok headache, blUouaneae, llrer complaint, dye
pepfla, heartburn. Indigestion, malaria, pltnplo on
face and body, impure blood, Ac, by ualng regularly
Dr. O. MoLauk'b Uxlxbhatkd LrvxMptLLa, prepared
only by Fleming tiroe., lnttaburg. Pa. Price llh cents.
InaUtppon hating the genuine Dr. O. McLame's
iXTEB PAxa, prepared by Fleming Broe., Pittsburg,
'. the market being fall of imltatione of the name
IcLaiik. Counterfeits are made in St. Louis, Mo. Be
ware of them.
"A MASTERPIECE OF CRIME."
The Very Curious History of ji Famous
BY JEAN RICHEPIN.
RTKOrSIS OF PIlKOKDmo INSTALMENTS.
rlraJrVhfSp.-,",t' astnuillnaioornallit, raentiln ho.pltil maid imint whom h. had long known. Th.
'' lb! ilSV'A!'?''; eP!' n h0UM " ' nilitrM and proenr. a p.ck.f. of l.twri which l( fnand would dl
child ai7f:lbM,,hdbinrolblogb.t raliu.il at th. oommind of,th. co.climin. who l.lb. f.lh.r of her
ih n!L "S !h ""'J- o,0r imcthen th. maid with a pillow, int.r. th. old fad'; houie .ndchok.i her
d"d"c?rnlBV?t"'1"l'o( 140,000 trano. and d.pirti alter placlnia portion ot th. roiehmin'. nioWtli- In th.
trltdforiK'J". andMiitirtniporUon.ottb.eompromliini letter, .jojnd the fireplic. Th. tmachaiar. i.
T VaiSf. Jl'V Wd "cut.d. Dioar burl.. hlmt.Tf tiod.r lb. nam. o( Auatel. D;iroie.,.nd with hli ill-aoti.n
il 1 1 r.wiS! 'iar Hm.. T.n J.ar. har. .lapnd wh.n b. wrlt.i th. itorr of hi. erira. a. a Hurarr .Hott,
wara.d b th. prali. ot prm and pnbllo
InttUA'n aJ1 the -!. "en the moat flatter-
uthor r Wer tW tl,,tuf" whioh Stated e
Tfc.flritwaathattber insisted upon ree.rd-
inn bis real name as a pseudonym and calling
bim Anatole Pesroies.
The second was that they said too much about
his imagination and did not make enough ef
tbe verisimilitude of hli tale.
THE FUNNY ARTISTS' OITORTUNITY.
Plenty or Them limp Knlereit for th Illu..
rated .lake Content.
Tht tint contett in Tn r. Ktkkiko Woni.n's pon
nMr jerfes thmild U rven more amxwtna Ifian
anv or lit predrcessors.
Ttif uinuU prltta void donbif fnglfl.i htrebv
offtrtaor Wie fieur original ItluttratHl )ov.
Wall MeDougall, Tns WoitLD'srnrfoonUt, trtll
Tfte UlvHratKl JoXtt may touch on any toplo.
The lint bftwten a sunnv cartoon and an .
fro-fed jokr It tomrtlmes to indistinct thaf both
wilt t admitted In the. competition. Tht Sudor
in making hit ducltlon lotll contlder all points,
the humor or the text and of the picture, and alto
the execution (f the latter.
All drawliigi mutt be In outline lolth pen and
ink, and about. rour inchet njuare.
Alt comitetitort in Ihit conlett must nrtrtresa
their communication!! to Kdlttrr llluttraled Joke
Conlett, The Etf.mno Worlu. AVui 1'orl-.
SEVEN THOUSAND MILES IN A CANOE.
Co.pt. Ftnrinn' Trip from I'nrnnRnllln,
llrnzll, to New York.
Capt. Joshua Hlocutn. with his wifo and two
sons, have ins t anlred In this city from Parati
Itutlla, Uracil, havlnit made tho entire trip in a
canoc-shsped esscl, forty feet lontt, drawlns
two feet of water, and of threo tons capacity.
Tho Liberdadcas Capt. fllocum has christened
her. was built by him from the timbers of his
wrecked vessel, the bsrlt Aquldneck, stinmled at
ParaiiKiiilla In Aueust, 1HHII.
The plucky captain refused offers of home
ward passage in steamers, and spent wrokH in
fiatient labor constructing tho canoe, his fsm
ly. mcnunhllo. living In a shanty on the bracli.
rom titos, llrazil, thol.llierdnde was timed
tolliobyniiemail steamer Finance, and from
tneicto lleorcetnwn, H. ('., made tho nascairu
alone, wheie, alter lcarniK his fnmily, tho cap
tain camu on to this city.
Ilallnri .Inalr lor Wliltr rinlns.
The new Ht. John's Unit at Whito Mains will
bo formally oiiened on Wednesday cenlne by a
concert nivert by the Ntw York Enellslt Ilallad
Company, tho members of w hich arc Mmo. ( 'arno
IIitn-KluR, Mine .luledo ltyther. Albert I.cstor
Kintr. Carl E, Unfit and Adoltih Olosc.
8enl the Children tn the Country.
Post Ornduntc Hospitnl aic picparintr to uive
their child patients their nunual country trip
for recuiK'ratlon. All subHcriptinns for this ob
ject should bo sent to W. Olher Mooic, M. 1).,
Treasurer, aai) East Twentieth street.
Carbolle Aelil (ilvpn for Urnndr.
Edward O'Xeil, n lad eleven yeais old, of nn
Willis avenue. Is nt death's door, his nurse hav
ing uiven him caibolic acid for brandy. Ho was
ill with scarlet tever, and a yoimir cousin, un
acquainted with medicine, madn tho mistake.
The Aatoro I.nne S73 by Fire,
Fire in Daniel McOill's cigar store, OS Ninth
avenue, did 75 dnmace at 1 o'clock this morn
ing. Tho loss falls on the Astnr ctate.
The Tiirii-Verrln nail.
The Central Turn-Verein will hold their en
tertainment and ball at Terrace Harden, Fifty,
eighth street, this evening.
fPVnff the lUntnn Cnurler.
Younc Houaekcoiier I vant to cot a shad,
if you plenae.
Y. H. And plenno take the bones out of it,
for I want to stuff it.
Hhe Hhonld Itecomp a netertlTe.
lVtn He Jeirrler'l kTeeily.
Maiden Lady They tell me, fir, that every
watch has a bow.
Jeweller Yc, mn'am.
Maiden Lady Dear me! how I wish I
were a wmcu i
Where Nature Come. Out.
Irom the .etr rtirk Weekly.
Winka Don't you marry thnt girl, as you
yalue your happiness.
Jinks-Eh? What's that?
"She's schen.inc, cold blooded, hard and
" See here! You don't oven know her."
"No: but in n crowded railroad train the
other dny I saw her sitting on the aiblo end of
the sent with her satchel plumped on tbe
Ftom the Aew York Weekly.
Hotel Clerk ThiB guest has been hero over
two weeks. Nothing was Biud about rntes. Shall
we chnrco hira by the week or by the dav?
Proprietor What's iu that package, he left
in the safo ?
' ' Charge him by tbo day. "
The illmtrrn llrnmn,
Fr"tn the .Vetr York Weekly
Farmer's Boy Say, pop, there's a man
outside wants a job to help clean out the
stables and feed pigs nnd do other chores for
Farmer A tramp ?
Hoy Dminn : bo's purty well dressed.
Farmer (who has seen Denninn Thompson's
" Old Homestead ") Oh! 1 guess bo's some
New York actor prnctiim' fer a new play.
A (3nod Ilnnd
XFroeiK the tioeton Traitecript.
Four kings of Dclginm, Saxony. Greece and
Servla are to be present at tho Paris Eposl
tion. Four kings is a good hand, but four
" aces " will knock them out.
A I.nrk nf Mull.
Stand Oh, Uncle Joseph, Isn't that lovely t
Just look at the yearning, hungering look on
that poor man's lace!
Undo Jo.cpli (who has been dragged about ull
the morning, much ngainst his will, and is
thoroughly sick of the whole thing) 'N; no
doubt, my love, no dimbt. Hut talking "of
hungering reminds me thnt it's 1 n clock, and
hadn't we better bo going home to luncheon ?
Culver' Home Now Open.
The Culver Monte to Coney Island has opened
for the season, lloats kao foot ot Whitehall
street hourly from 7.10 o'clock a. m. to tt. in
o'clock r. :t. On race days, special boats will
leave at 13.40 aud 1.40 o'clock i M. V I
These two points tormented him nntil he lost
all pleasure In his daring glory. Artists are an
made that even when the critios give them a bed
of roses to He on they suffer if a single leaf is
Bo, one flue day, when some one congratulated
the great man who had writtou "The Master
piece of Crime," and was swinging tho censor
before htm with might and main, the great man
answered to his faco:
"But, air, you would congratulate mo in a
different manner if you knew tho last word
about this thing My story is no romance; it
happened Thecrimowas actually committed
as I have told it, and I am tho man who did it.
My true name is Oscar Lapissotte."
Ho said this coldly, with a lofty air of con
viction, separating his phrases as one who
wished to be bclieed.
"Charming I charming!" cried his acqualn
ancc, "This Jest is startlingly sombre. It is
equal to Baudelaire's best ''
And the next day the newnpaper'told the Inci
dent. It was thought cry clecr, till attempt
in mystification, by which Anatole Deiroici
iilied to pats himiclf off as an anassln. De
cidedly, he was ortninal and worthy to live in
nicked and witty Paris. Otcar Lapissotte be
came furious. In making the terrible confession
hehad acted In a way mechanically. Now he
had an Irrepressible feeling that he must be be
lieved by some one, be oared not by whom.
TALK OF THE GREEN ROOM.
MANAGER IIILIS PLANS TO HAVE NEIL
BURGESS AT TIIK UNION SQUARE.
Now Wrtr Piny by Gillette A I)errtlnll
from the " Frnllirrbrnln " Cominnr
liulf Fnr.)th (loins. In Mall for Kurnpe
A Quartet of Inaenura for "Mtirnnn.
I. M. Hill returns to-dny from Hoslon,
where he has been looking after the iuterest
of his restnurant. He now has somo important
theatrical work to do. Arrangements must
be made to admit of Neil Ilurgesa's sojourn
at the I'nion Squaro Then' re next seanou. In
order to accomplish this Mr. Hill will liiue to
consult Miss Clara Morris, who has two
weeks' time booked nt his theiitro next sen
sun, aud Mr. H. Clay Miner, who him rn
cnged tlneo works for Miss Helm D.iuvrny.
Mr. Hill is going in strongly for
"The Conntv Fair," and will be it strong
rivnl of "Tho Old HoineMend." Tho Acad
cmy and the Union Houuro with their pas.
torsi pictures aro expected to wotk bard nt
tho tusk ot stretching tho possibilities of
realism. It is said that Hill Ik going to turn tho
stsgo its nojrly ns possible Into alarm van!, and
during tho Summer while other iiianagnrH uro
eugag ugiM'tors nnd nctrtRM'H Messrs. ltilliuiil
Hurgess will bo iutorivwlng goats, caics
nud pri.o cows.
Miss Knto Claxton, who is trying to nogo.
tinto a lenRo of tho Thirty-flftli Street i llntri
gun's) Theatre, hits im iVsitii lo pioduco
' Tho 'W orld Against Her " fur ii run nt Unit
litmso, as reported. Hbo hos secured tho
rights of presenting in this country mi Eng
lish version of " booth's Hnby," forvhiili
she has bocu trving to sccuio mi opening. At
onu time she was in negotiation with Proctor.
"Hootk'R Hnbv " is the ilmnmtmilion oi a
book. 'I he child iu tho piny is not nil infant
phenomenon. It is seen upon tho s'iu-o nt
tho ago ot six mouths nud then bi comes a
Tho new war play that William Gillctto is
now writing, iinil which ho bus now almost
cnmploted, will go further into tho subject
of the war tlniu did "Hold by tho Enemy. "
Several ninelticH in the wnv' of cllects will
be introduced, and a largo stage will bo
necessary for tho production.
Harry Hnmliu is to call the play that dcols
with the stoiy ot " Itogcr In Ilnuto," "Tho
Hiiidor's Web." It will open iu Chieago on
June 3. K. .1. Henley and W. H. Thompson
huo been engaged for tho lending parts.
This is tho last week of "Adonis" Dixey's
season. He will iu nil probability close with
Mr. Uufffor tho produriiou of his new bur
Icsiiue at tho Standard for n run. The mat
ter has been reduced to tbe business of sign
ing contracts. Dixey is burningly anxious to
do something new and to shelve, the thread
bare "Adonis. " Bv the bye. the season of
the Standard Theatro will be closed by the
fiaiety Company the lost week iu Mav. Kir
nlfy's season nt that house has not buou very
financially big. He will, however, start in
ngnin nt tho Standard in September with
James Mead hns just returned from
Europe, where he went in the interest of tho
new burlesque to be given at the Chicago
Opera-Housn in tho Summer. Ho has ordered
costumes nnd nrinor, which tire expected next
Miss Ethelyn Friend of the Feather
brain " company. 1 ns been engaged by Mr.
Dau Frohmnu to play on the road tho title
role lu " Sweet Lavender." Miss Friend is
one of the army of Susans led by tho doughty
Ciilletto into the ranks of " Tho Enemy."
Mrs. Caroline Hill-Kelcey has been in this
country for the last tin re weeks. Mr. Froh
mnu secured no injuuo.ion to prevent her
landing on these shores. Mrs. Keleey will
remain some three weeks longer, when sbo
will return to London to lullll nu eugngc
liu'Ut. It is reumrkod thnt Mr. Herbert is
missed from Br ndway now. Ycari ngo in
England Mr. Kelcev was known as " Carolina
HilIN husband." Now sho is alludod to as
" Herbert Kclcoy's wifo." Ttvwora mutitn.
Miss Viola Allen, Miss Dorothy Dorr, Miss
Kfllo Shannon and Miss Nimnotto Conistock
fouu n leminiuely interostiug quartet to ap
pear iu Kheiiundcnh." Ml. llronton How
uril must bavo written his piny In a distinctly
Miss Knto Forsyth is getting ready to sail
for Europe, where sho bus been maungerially
preceded by George Floyd. Tho lady is un
decided nb lo whether slio ought to take an
American company or lely upou an English
orcnmratiou. Tuere is n posiliidtv of her
presenting " Among the I'lues" m Loudiiu,
which, with its Aiuericnu story nnd Miiuio
pictures, ought to plensn t lie Londoners.
Hut inhabitnuts of Mmno woods, with a Cock
ney accent, would be dizily absurd.
Notes of Ornnl7nt l.nbnr.
The bill for the appointment of women as
factory inspectors has pas.ed the Assembly and
Is now pending iu the Senate. The Central
Labor Union will urge its Iriends in tho ricnate
to pats the bill.
Eccentric KiigineeisNo. 3, the Drewers' Union
and the MalMcis have joined the Central Labor
Federation and 1 enounced allegiance to the
German Federated Trados.
Five delegates nf tho Central Labor Union
whose names haw been iiiniiiimutly mriitioinil
iu connection with politicnl matters and Die
bier boycott, wcro yestenlay suspended for live
years, and ecnl otheis who wcie nctie in
politics last 1' all weie admitted after the Cm.
deutial Coiniiiittee had reported against their
He renewed his confession to all his friends
whom he met on the boulevards. The fit it day
this was droll. Tho second day they found tho
fatce monotonous, and the third day he was put
down as a bote. In the couiseof a week ho be
gan to pass mi a veritable imbecile.
Ho was unable to maintain his lepntatlon as a
great man. His most jealous partisans now
The beginning of this downfall irritatod him.
" This Is too much, " ho f aid to the incredulous
In a crowded cafe. "Ho no one will bolleve
what is the baro truth; no one is willing to ad
mit that I have not only written but committal
tbe ' Masterpiece of (.'rime. ' Well, I am not
discouraged. To-morrow all Paris will know
who Oscar Lapissotte is!"
He found the Judge who had tried tho cato of
the mm der of the Hue Halnt Denis.
"tilr." ho slid, " I come to give myself upas
' a prisoner. I am Oscar Lapinotte."
"It l uselce to continue. iir."iep!led the
Judge with an amiable air. " I have read your
' story, and I compliment you. I am also aware
of the eccentricity with which you hae aniU'Cd
yourself for the past wctk. Another than my
self would be angry, perhaps, to ee a Jest earned
so far Hut I am fond of literature, and I shall
not blame you for trying upou me your olever
HANDSOME NEW CLUB-HOUSE
THE STHCKLEU ASSOCIATION OPENS IT
WITH 1,000 NEW MEMBERS.
One of the best-boused clubs In the cltv Is the
Hteckler Association, of tho Tenth Assembly
Its giowth has been phenomenal
Four months ago Its numbers did not find Its
pleasant rooms in Fouitli ticct too small.
Ationt that time, howoxer, the Club began to
prow at a surprising late. New quarters had to
be nought for it, i
The Fernando Wood mansion. I as! Rernnd I
avenue, a commodious fom-stoiv and basement
house of the onl style, was based ami titled up
for the Club. The first floor ban aneeption
loom and a library; the second is titled up wltli
card rooms, ami on tho third arc thiihilllartt and
In the basement Is a well-equipped gym
nnsinni, All tluneliandnomely furnished looms
were thrownopui to the Insieetlon of the In
v ited gnets ot the Association Ssturday night.
The l.nlM members, with President Jii'.lua
Harbin cer at t lit ti head, iinnle tho occasion
Amoiik the ninny bundled who nttended
the riceptiou weio1 Cnniimssioner of Public
Woiks (lilror. Pup Commlssioni'i l'nrioy, Hur
pgate ltansom. Judges Dugio, Van lloeseii, and
SleAdani, Civil .In-tlce Peter Mitchell. Police
Justice MeMalio, i, Congiessiuan P. J. Dimphy,
Coioiiers Jlessemer and Nugent, Pxcise Com.
ml. sinner Meakim, Seiiatur (irmly. Assombly
men lloeseii and Connelly, riiilei-.slierill Sexton,
Jiidne (Itldeislenve.Presiilent William II. Claik.
of tlitiNaiiagnnsett Club; Waideit Keating, of
Ludlow Htnet Jnil, Insrector-llcncral Hhaefer,
and Civ 11 Justice Alfred Hit elder.
Ml!. PLNTECOSrs DISCOUKSH
lie M Up I l.nbor'a I'rlrml, but Neither
lullitrl nor Korlnllsl.
At JIasonio Temple. Twcntv-thlid street and
Hixth nveiiue, tho llev. Hugh (). Pentecost jo
terdai spoke to u largo audience, lie said bo
was not an Intldtl or a Socialist or an Agnostic.
He did not want to be called by any name, but
he had the right to speak on anv siibjiet. He
believed that there nio good and 1i.nl things In
.Mr. Pentecost said some people seem to think
he is not the Irieiid of labor Hut the peonlc
who have heard him so long know better. Ho
had always stood up for the vvorMiiuumii.
Mr. Pentecost was applauded several times
during his remaiks. Mrs. Pentecost sang iu her
Usual pleasant manner.
fonsnllilntluu of llrrurrs.
Tho breweries now owned by Oottfrled
Krugerand Clirlstlau Trofz, nf Neward, N. J.;
Petci Haiick, of Harrison, N. J.; Adnlplt Hup
fel, of this city, nnd the Albany lliewing Com
pany, of Albany, have consolidated, witbacapl
tal of is,',, noil. onu. liruegei will git a cash
payment of f l.oiio.ono, llunck $r,Uo,tHHl, and
the ntlieirt In nropoitionatii sums, 'lbo money
will be raised by tho salo of thn stock of the
company, the subscribers being seviral Jersiy.
men, a number of New Yoikers and some J'tig
lish capitalists. The cost payments will amount
to about a,'J.il),oiili.
From the A.ic York Weekly
Mrs. Culture Well, tnv denr, did you
meet Mr. Oreathend, the eminent scientist
and philosopher, whoso vast stores of Knowl
edge and mental acumen are the wonder of
even this mighty nge?
"Oil. I'm so glad. Sit right down and tell
mo nil lie mid."
' All he Knid wns : It's a vory wet day."
When n man is hung the evening paper
gets out u uccks-trn edition. - HVisiinyoi
Should he escape to Canada, tho Govern
ment gets out tho eitra-dillon.
From the ,eir York Weekly.
Servant Oh, plcn.se, sir, your daughter
has eloped with tho conehmnn.
Mr. Highliver AVell, it might hnve been
worse. Sho might havo run off with my
lrom Ike ttelrolt Fiee 1
An Ohio church deacon oxclnuned, " Con
sarnltallto Texas!" nnd the verdict of tho
church investigation was: "Not guilty, but
in imil tnstc.
CUBES Wasting TJisoasea
Wonderful Flosh Producer.
Many havo gained one pound
per day bv its use.
Scott's Emulsion is not a secret
remedy. It contains tho stimulat
ing properties of tho Hypophos
Eliites and pure Norwegian Cod
liver Oil, the potoncy of both
I being largely increased. It is used
by Physicians all over tho world.
PALATABLE AS MILK.
Sold by all Dnigglnta.
I SCOTT & BOWNE. Chomlsts, N. Y.
Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers
are offering imitations which they claim to
T" be Pearltne, or " the same as Pearline."
fTf fi7Q Y It's false they are not, and besides are
v ' C'A dangerous. PEARLINE is never peddled,
but sold by all go n grocers.
Manufactured only by JAMES PYLE, New York,
farce since it gives me the pleasure nf making
your acquaintance. "
"Hut, my dear sir,"said Oscar. Irritated at
this politeness. " this is no list. I swear to you
that 1 am Oscar l.aplsi-otte.aud that I have com
mitted a Clime; 1 will piovo it,"
"Very well, nr," said the magistrate, "you
will fee that I hiii gooduatiiied. l'or ciirioit's
sake I will taken pait in this little comedy. I
aiiticipatca gnat deal of plcssuic in luaiinga
clever man liko youuclf proo to mo an absuid
Ity." "Absurdity! Hut that which I shall relate is
tho absolute truth. Tho coachman was nut
guilty. It was I who arranged "
"I believe I told vnu, dear sir. that 1 havo
read your story. If you are plcard to tepeat it
to mo yourself. I slial! be delighted, I am sine.
Hut that will prove nothing to inc. since thst
which lias already been dcnionstiated to my sat
lafaction Is tliut you havo a singularly rich and
"I have only had imagination enough to
commit a crime '."
" Not to commit it; to wiite it, mv dear sir,
to write it, and wait, let me tell you what I
think about It. Vnu have a little too strong an
imagination; yon tas the limits prescribed to
the fancy if a writir; vol; have inventid clr-
Icnmstancts which sin against probability."
" lint when I tell von that "
" Allow me one moment I You will admit that
AMl'SKMKNTS. AMUSEMENTB. 3j
STAR THEATRE. nrmi$m H
iiatim:kn vi:iini:siiav and haturday. vSH
TO-NIGHT, FIRST APPEARANCE IN NEW YORK -
OF Till; UII'MI t'O.MKIitKNNK, .aH
ULLIE AKERSTROM, 1
IN IIIKt HI ( liKMI'l'l. L'0.1li:nY'l)nAMA, H
ANNETTE, THE DANCING GIRL.
JrlcH tic.t BOo., 7fic.t SI. mM
! WORTH'S Wsc,E MUSEUM
Till! MAN WITH A lllt()Hi:N Mit'Ki
The (innlrsl Ciirlosll) Allvr.
WANTS A Willi.
Mll Sturrson, tff laitj i.linnl.v. th ylannnlth h.r
tn.M llelt. MoihI), lititiiau Millard I'.ll ,lnhn l.awns,
tlis larns.l 1st man lirlnii lln Tl'J Id. lilt Alltn,
wrisht ,'iTO ll . and Ii r Ii i.li.wl, lliln W II..
NUnolas t'nrdntina, Minrlcvl l,aret Mn.. ,lsiumi, ths
htstitianl Iki) tand-r, on. -am sil Juirrlsr Prof.
Kit'iiihllih, inaKle. W'lllflt ami lleims. enmnanr
In a nnw . , uiojy ',Th,, VVritn Man" AUi, Prof.
Ilsinlitnn'a tlitf, I jn.t and (fon.r Cirrtis
NAl'llKIt I'ONtJI'ltl' NI'NiAY
(.n 11 to 11. AillnUalon, IDei-nts
-1ASINO IIKOADWAY ANI'.HITli TltnirT.
V.' I'.f.nlnaa at N .Vlalln NA1 1 I1DAV at '.'
AN OVERWHELMING SUUGtSS.
Ttnnf llaril.nli ncrt from T Mil unlll IU Nl.htlr.
Ariml.sl, n .111 rent., Including llnlh Kiiti'rUlniurnts.
Broadway Theatre, corner 41st st.
MANAdKIt . . fill FIM.NK W, MANOKR
iiuai plitilitH-no.N this i.vt:Nisii.
TIE OOLAH. HJS8
14TU Hr TIV.WiVrn w,:,:k t'" "", AVJ
J. K. EfVliVllET
I 111, FfllTZ IN A MADMllUhK. T
N.h hnnir., Incllldlna litntlllna: Jack
dsll.rr, .! Il,...rted, Mr . ,"iOo , Tfio , 1. tl Ml.
BIJOU TH i: ATRK. Ilrnvlwar, n.ar Mlllh St.
K.i-nlm.n M. no Malinsrs Wrd. and Hat
1 1th ws.ltof th. 'lrr.. I.tll.l, funny roin.W,"
A mWUYAT BELL
IrllUVl. Author ol 'A llrasa Monk.y,"
"Th.OId llomrt.ad " and " ll.nrl'lta "rnll.d inlnon..
Hall.ry, U.r. . tlfa.rTd, ."iOc, ".'ii!., tt, I 3D.
H...rv.d K.ata-Orrll.Mtra rirrla A nstrnn7i0o.
Mr.lIKSKYK. WKII and.SAT MAT, Par.w.ll as
DIXEY !n,.S,J ADONIS.
N.it Wwk .MAROAKKT MATIIKIU
X:ii.tHjyt H. Otrh Itlreis.t Hale'y, OUl.
A NOBLE 80N.
Mslln... WKDNI NI1A Y and HAI tintlAY,
KitW.ek JOHN Wll.DIn ItU.N.NI.NIi WltD.
ttt&Wl GRAND MUSEUM, ,jlS?i?
Hnmau Ostrich, a man .atlna tacks, nails, bshlttltre.
An , and swallowing Urine, kicking trogm. Roltalr. lu
illusion. 100 oth.r Curloa. Hacind fluncrt. Hundar.
Admission, 10 c.nta, t.s.rr.d srala, 5 cents rltri.
Af'AIIEMYl " 25c., SOo..7fto. $1.00.
WHItKS TllK Ol,l MIIMUhTEAD.
.111)111:. High Is, W.dn.sdtjr A Haturdiy Matln..a.
Hcataon sal. to.nd of s.aon, Ju lo t
UTANllAlir) TliATIti:. MA7.irMt.
H IMRE KHIaM'Y'H lUIRtlKOUH REVIVA1OK
M . I I. I.
IlaT.rs lamnuarantonifm.. with M.w Hall.ts.
I.ry Ki.nlng at H Matin... Wsd and Sat.
miiXY PAriTOifs NEw"i4rii7iT tiTeatiie;
1 TONY , PAT R00NEY.
PASTOR'? stnl I.I1TI.E KATIE IIOONEY,
rtai un a. ,n ,.AT,,S N):w waudiiohe.
DDiirTilD'C van ST .Matins. '.'."io.
rnUtlUrv O THEATRE Sat. at a.l .'.(lo.
nkii. iiriimwt. L7,,'vs-
COUNTY FAIR. .SI S3
PALMER'S TIIKATUK, B'wr,y AnrtllOth it.
A (tftt Hi cmm.
,s Ia " Mcl'anll Optra CJniiipanjr.
II riti. its 'ill. Matlm.Sat'irdar
I I. VTItf!tllltAI,. I HlHiut. ot lailght.r
I'l ATlli Itlllt IN. Companion ,lar M
l'i: ITIIEUHItAIN. I 'TrlMI. Hocr.larr.'2
5TH AVE. THEATRE, ..&i
INIV IHtOTHKIPM NTsriyt.
DALY'S Til I'.ATIIE
l.v.nint;. piinclu.illy st .Mstlnr.rUtrrday nt 2
M.HS ROSINA gjJKEg '-"".Sfr
riiiEATiii:roMiorK icmiihi .ii.t.nd.t Lst.Avu
I ANNIE PIXLEY
m th. nr.At'o.vs tiAUciiTEit
Nrit W..V, 'I III; lil.A t K l'I,A(l, .Mai HATURI1AY.
I I it." .iacoii.v 3D avi:. tiii:atiii:.
.Matin... MONIAY,VvflNKnAY and HATRAY.
Till: HI I.IMi l,Ar.H)O.S.
Majr -.'() I.OlT IN Kl.WYllllK.
. OI.II I'OWI.HY TIIKATHE
.1AMKS II ( AT'l l.i: AND THE
WAM.IfJK I KIMI lllANIMT KINCS.
Ma, an Tin nov tuami
MI.Nhll'H I'Eori.l'.'.vH THKATRi:
AS IU A LOOKING GLASS.
Li'ian Lewis a? Lona Despard.
KOSTER & RIAL'S CONCERT HALL
t!.. .KELLER.! kmV.'S,:
ma i in i r Tti-UAY
AVlXIISOItTIII'A'Rr Illtl) A DWAY n.ar Canal.
l Wfk ion in, orltlg Monday, May l.'l
Anolh.r I), moan Th'Hi.patii'. Mdtlnio
(rant N. anl s,ir,...ful l'lay VV.dn..day
Atlra.tlon. Till: I WO rtlhTElt.S. aud Sat.
?"YcrUM THEATRE, 4TII AVE "ANH :ll)" hT.
J I.AS.T l;l K III' TIIK HKAMIN. . .
III! w'ifi'. i lire ins A n ; tiiV, wipi:.
Till! W II'hII Matlnhatunlay. I Till! WIFii.
1 fkTH 8T. 1 " IIATTLK OPEM
J .land OK AM. MAY
fril AVE. HETTYhDUHO. A EVEN1NO.
1 kiiosr soinrtliine about rrimo anil criminals.
Well, then, I assure yon, on my conscience,
that your crinio Is not plaimcil out wholly ac
corilinc tonntnie. The moetiiiR with tho maul
Hi the linsii.tai is too much a inattcr of chance.
'1 ho chloral lif I may use thet xtursslou is hard
to stomach Ami thcio ale other details I
midil spiaU of. Yet as a work of art your
stoiy Is clinrmmcf, original, cleverly ilevisuil
ami aliMiihiuu; ami I iiilmit that im writers
have tho nuht to transciers rialltv. Hut
your fniiious i'i inio in itself is Impossible My
iltar SI. IHitws, Iam sorry to Kivo ) on pain,
but while I admire sou as a man of lettcis, I am
truly unable to tako jou seriously as a crim
inal." "You shall see!" shouted Oscar Lapissotte,
leaping upon the JuiIko.
Tlteic iras foam on his lips ami a mad light in
his eves; Ins whole body shook, with passion.
He would have strangled the Jiidne if the man's
cries tur help had not bteu heard. Ocae was
ovei powered, bound and immediately pit under
lock aud l.t y.
Five days alter he , taken to Chaietiton as a
' 'Sic tin n w hither literature It ads its votaries, "
aid I know not what newapaptr uo-sipcr tho
i nt da). " Once by chatiot Anatole I)isroes
wroti aKood thinir. He wa-. o allected hy this .
sncce.s that he has ended by btllcviiiK iu the
leality of his own creation. It is the old fablo ,
UNION tshqeud I
L'lidrr Ihr mnnngrmrnt of J. AI. IIILIm fMjfl
SATI'HDAY .MATINER ONLY. H
FIRST TIME 'StS M
fly .Flat srrang.m.nt with 'XS
iticii a- HAitnis. mH
Wllllnm (llll nint Hlrlirtrd (loldca'a
(linriillng Vlllnce Piny. 'Vl
Mr. KICHAKD GOLDEN as f j
"OLD JED." JM
Nperlnl Sernrry mitt Iturnl Pflrcts. VS
A .slnuilf Wlnry iif.lnliir Life. 'SB
nOWAIlt) H CONCERT HAI.tl WM
-'IliH 3.1 w , Utwrrn I'.'Nth and lSOth sU. 9fM
thin Week, this week " wU
THE WOHMi'rt nitl.'AThHT TRAflEDtAIf, WM
J AMriS OWEN O'CONNOR. ' WM
...-.-I'! Ktll'AI. IN TIIK W'OIIMI. j9
TIINOO'P MEW MU8K1 HALL AND ALHAM- WM
I Hr INN N ,,KA uouKi'. i:m e. uta ;L jgg
IIIUIUUU THE MONHTEIl OllCHESTRlOtf. lH
A.MItnitO TlllATIli: -To-nlghl. Motn.r-ln-Urrl' WM
1 ii. . , .,lch, ufr..s.r i Writ., It.n.Ht to tha lJast. H
ns., Herman Hchoenb.rg. l).r Hchwsb.natrstcn. fl
1BB8BgJf HlBJGC i
IIROOKIjYX AaiUSKMHNT3. mm
H. R. JACOBS' BROOKLYN THEATRE. H
Corns, Waahlngton and Johnson strMta. --3
.Matin... Mondn), W.dn.iday and Saturday. jHE
The Inconiparshle and TMrl.sa afi
20c. 30r. ' W
60c. 31onm Crlsto, Jrw 'jfc
lfYlH?J'BBaiPhailliMTitlt''ft'lBI'lr''d, st,. i
wi:kk of .hay 13,
WM. AUSTEN'S i
The Rest of all Hrwclslty Combinations. -:
I7EE AVE. ACADEMY OK MUSIC, BROOKLYwT
J W.k iMlnnlng Mondar. Mar 13. S
MAU1H!.':T' ,n , i Honeymoon, Ilomeo and 1
MATH Fit ( Rep.rtolr.. (Jnllet. Lady of Lyons.
Iah, Aa Yon bis. It. Neat week-Verona Jatbwa. ;
AMPHION ACADTMYSJS I
METR0P0I.ITlN,tWl"!i!'0PERA CO. In '
GRAND OPERA-HOUSE.Z'rrrrt I
"WJ!T"n'nIi Mltlni'.s Wednesday and HatnrdaT M
-KDWAltPJlAltKlnAIi In -f lit, OR1P." T'
rOt.. N"jN'H PARK THEATRE. .
P0TTF81 ,NAAsoNr I
I Ml I BaBB CLEOPATRA. A
n HANKS c' I
Extrairtlng. 2.1p.i with UAH, line. Beta. l.S. M M
and 10. Holt Ailing. ,0o. opVgotalflinTll S fi&
nnn Female attendant, finndaya t 1, 10
Ji.,:!l,.r.v..'.;.".Y York and tlro.e ate, mi
NKWAItK-Ilroad and Market it. M
PEERLESS DTE8Jl5ffS55 1
. HU.SINKSS NOTICK3. M
OAltrET CI.EANINO-T. , M.'8TEVART, 328 M
,th ae . asnd lorilrcnlari telephone call 1HB tllstst. Mi.
A Qurellan nf Anlhorlty. W(
J0 Jwle. ' Mf
Nelshbor-l'atchlnc the roof up there T M
Mr. Cassius-Nope. Hce that shot-Bim stick. W
ItiL'out of tli'senttlo? &
jlrA'assins-Siy wife's behind It. I vontnrol 2m
to Kinark tliismornini; that I was th' head of 'mi
th' liiiiitc, an' she's kept mo In th' position ertr iro-
sluce. . ,iWi
Mir Knew Hut I.lttle About Clgrett. 'VB
Frow TYs. W&
Ilotanlst This, MissxIIaricm, is the tobacco B
mSs's Harlem How intcrrstlnel And when Wi
dot s it bcKin to bear cigarette 7 SSS
of Tycmallon enamored of hia statue. Poor 'Wt.
Murger. tho Trince of Bohemia, said tomiou nt
day, "Ac. H
AiBl what is most remarkable is that Oscr igj
l.apissottn was not insane. He had his re.ason, mf
and ho was thereforo the more tortured. "Ah," ,3a
he Ihouuht, "my misfortune Is complete. They Jm
are vvillliis to believe neither In my name nor In M
my crime. When I am dead I shall be remem 'JM,
bered simply as Auatolo Dcsrosea, a scribbler ,SK
who vvroto one Rood atory. And they will re- 'm
Kardas a character in tho tale Oscar Lapis- QSJ
sotte. tho iierson I really am. the man of cool. J?
ness, of decision, of action, tho hero of ferocity,
tho llvinu neuation nf remorse. Oh. would J
that they had Ktullntined me. if they might JB
only have known and admitted the truth, If
only for a moment before putting my neck into ,
tho socket. If only a second, while tba kitife wai "M
Inllitig, If only Mr the Instant of a liBhtuing X
Hash, 1 inight have had the certainty oV glory, M
tin- vision of immortality!" .,,.,,. V
This lorm of insanity is treated bylteroU B
)K)t and cold baths. , ,-M
,t last, through, constant hrplng upon Ma JC
one fled Idea and living among Insane people. S
lit became insane himself. It was then that he Wt
was sent away ss cured, ror Oscar Lapissotte M
at Isst camu to believe that he was really Anatole 'tt
Disuses, and that ho had never committed J
mmdei . , . , -a
HimIiimI with the convletioii that he had in- JH
vented his uiasterpiece of crinio and had not WM
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