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' THE"WOKLD: FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 17s, 1889. m . 9
' TALK OF THE STAGE WORLD.
GOSSIP AND NEWS FROM GREENROOM
A Illicit In n Peaceful Scene fit Praetor's
Thentre Lltle Leslie and Tommy II in,
rll Announced as Ulvat Hlare Kffle
l.llalcr Touring" Through California
Palmer nnd Frohtnan at Stamford,
Miss Pmlio Blgclow since her return to Now
ffl Voikfioni "tbo road" lias deolded not to
lui ruarry and settlo down. It will bo rcmem
bcrcctlli.it Bonio tirao ago her engagement to
n liotcl-lfc-'per in uomo outlandish Western
citvttf" talked about. Slits Dlcolow Buys
tliat.slio shall contlnuo her theatrical work
'.00. vexl ycnr "" 'B conelnllnUnB one or two
offers. Sho 1b at prosont " summering," or
rather "flpriuglng." in Yonkors, which, by
thenr. is tho homo of Hoso Ooghlan and
Ujira Alorris. In tho ruiddlo of June Miss
jffelow, after having matured her plans,
will tn 1x0 n trip tn Europe, making a long
A. M. Pnlnior and Daniel Frohtnan havo
movod from Now York to Stamford, Conn.
Ilio Summer season, it may therefore be said,
Professional matine'o at Tony Pastor's to
day. "Miis Mable Stuurt. who was a member of
i"Q Evaus ami Hooy's company last season, is
4 bringing a divnrco suit ngalust her husband,
Albert K. Shotblo, now in Paris, in the em-
jiloy of Nute Snlsbury and tho Wild West
show. Mr. and Mrs. Bhcible havo only been
married throo years. Tho aivorco ii brought
ou tho usual grounds. Miss Stuart declines
to discuss tho matter.
Miss Minnie Duproe lcavos New York on
Saturday to join the stock company at Bt.
1'util. bho w ill ploy inccnue roles in a r6per
toirc. Both TAnio LcbIIo and Tommy Russell aro
now announced as stars on their own ac
counts for next soason. Eltlo, as has been
4nli1 Will Itn DAAtl In n ilNin,atlantI.n i4 XY--1-
torn, win uo soon in a dramatization or Mark
Train's " Princo and Pauper," made by Mrs.
Abby Sago Ilichardson, whilo Tommy Itussoll
is to havo a play specially constructed to fit
him with tuilor.liko precision by Ramsay
Morris. So tho two mammas, who wero oc
casionally thrown togethor at the Broadway
Theatre, will next season be separately tour
ing the country, unrivalled and alone In their
respective glorios and that of their interest
Miss Efflo Ellslor has been playing at tho
Alcazar Thoatro, San Francisco, for three
weeks. Sho has tried nearly everything
therofrom "ASeaoflco" to ono of " Tho
Two Orphans." Sho is now going to make
an exnsive tour through California. Whon
sho lnj? appeared in San Francisco she was
the big feature of ' Hazel Klrke."
At Proctor's Thcatro at tho end of the
third uct of "Tho County Fair " Noil Bur.
J gesswas "mad." and left the stage at a try.
mg moment. Tho curtain Is meant to fall
upon him loaning his head upon his horse's
neck, while his cow stands peacefully near.
Put there was a hitch of some sort in the ar
rangement, and Burgess suddenly left tbo
stage. The curtain fell upon the horse and
the cow alono. There are probably several
stage bauds now looking for other quarters.
Henry E. Dixey is now giving his final per
formances in ' ' Adonis " at tho Grand Opera
f House. Mr. Dixoy is probably more pleased
at this fact than the general public will be.
3 He has grown rather tired of tho extrava-
' cauza, in which ho has appeared goodness
knows how many hundred times. Even an
actor can ba e too much of a good thing.
Business Manager Andrew A. MoCormiok,
of tbo Broadway Thoatro, says that there is
no lease existing between the Broadway
Theatre Company and Francis Wilson. There
is a contract " on tho general terms."
W. J. Scanlan, it appears, has mot with
... much success abroad, and has had sev.
IV eral offers to appear in London. This lie has
, declined to do. as ho wishes to return to this
Qj country in timo for noxt season's work.
Salt-Water Fishing Grounds Kit Clark
in SUNDAY WORLD.
IQ Election at the Catholic Club.
The Catholic Club election, held last night at
gf No. 20 West Twenty-seventh street, resulted as
follows: President. Charles V. Formes; First
0,' Vice-President, It. J. Hogu.t; Second Vics-
rrcslderit. E. J. Maguire; Treasurer. Colin Mo
Ifl ,i('e' ' Secretary. Joseph E. Owens; Board
u of Management. John D. (,'rlmmins. Joseph F.
Mo-her. J. 11 Keating, Matthew Daly, James
J. I'helan. John O'Connell, John McLoughlln
and John T. Fenton.
3S Empty Stomachs Fed Free Nellie Bly in
THE SUNDAY WORLD.
, From Oregon.
Wolf CnrrK, Joicrnixc Co., Ore.. April 7, 1888.
Heir si,, , Harlng auffered with llrtr complaint for
torn, y.ara pt, I lmTe triad MT.ral ramedttl, and the
only ono whkh gars parfact aatiaftotion was Dr. O.
I JICLaVI'S CrLCUBATXD Liveb Pills. Mr hnaband
bought mo one box, and three doaaa work.d wonSara for
Ii " 1 '1 Hka a naw woman, and I write jon. to return
' tnanka (or ao tnuch banoflt. I recommend all mr
friande to try Dr. O. McLao.'a Celebrated Urer PUta.
Mb. Riiuecca Caaoo.
!, Cnr" ,lck headache, btllouineae, llrar complaint,
dyapapaia, heartburn. Indlcaattou. malaria, pimplai on
face and body, Impure blood, 4c, by ualng recuUrlr
S ? JJcLAME'e CtxxnnATZD Livxn Pills, prapared
E J y Kl.mln Uroa.. Plttaburg. Pa. Prioe E5 centa.
rS! "Sralldrua-gUte. Inalat upua bariac the renulne
b?: &,?'cV"''gL'"' Pills, prepared by Fleming
oroa , rutaburg, a
FUNNY SAYINGS Of THE DAY.
UEHS OP HDMOE GATHERED FROM AN
A Very Accornmodatloi Slant
Traveller Don't vou soo my hands aro
full and I can't get at my pockets ?
Solicitor I didn't intend to discommode
you, sir, when I spoko to you. If you will
tell me where you koop your money. I can
find it myself.
P-sa In t'l-v.r.
Busy Merchant (to clerk) Where's my
Clerk The offloo boy has it, sir; but ono
of the marbles is lost.
' How Is it you have bad so few deaths on
your hands, doctor r"
" That's easy enough. When I find I have
a bad case I order the patient to take a trip
From Force or liable
jvom ia Jut tiirt' n;v. 1
Judge (to gold-beator arrested for assault
and battery) What provocation did Mr.
Gold offer you ?
Prisoner Ho told me his name, your
Voat (A Hartard Lampoon.
He Won't you come canoeing with me,
Miss Besoon ?
She Oh, I don't daro to !
Ho Why, it's all right sf you sit perfectly
Bho I know it ; but where's the fun ?
II Wanted Larae Letter.
IJYom faxat SiIt gi.
An Austin man went to a marblo shop to
order a tombstono for his brother, who had
" Do you wish largo or small Utters upon
the stone ?" asked the man of tombstones.
' ' Oh, large, by all means; mv brother was
very near-sighted." was the reply.
Fleecy That was a very serious story pub.
lished about you in the Bugle to-day.
Downy I should say it was I I'm on my
way to see the editor now.
What do you propose doing?"
' ' I'm going to show him that he can't
injuro my reputation. "
Don't Want lo lie Tempted.
JVoin lit tit Cp.
Customer I want a few red horrings.
Fishmonger Don't keep 'em. mum. We've
no call for 'em in this neighborhood.
"How is that?"
" Well, mum, tho peoplo about here is
mostly teetotal, an' they've afread o' being
led into temptation."
(from Tint, )
Judge Lynch Prisoner, have you anything
to say why sentence of death should not now
be carried out ?
Prisoner (with the noose about his neck)
Merely this, Your Honor ; 1 am not guilty.
Judge Lynch Ah, indeed! Still that is a
matter that does not concern us, particularly.
You have vour remedy in an appeal. Swing
hun off, Bill.
IJVoitt JVsaa Siflings.
Young Lady Why do yon sigh and look at
me like a fool ?
Lovesick Youth Oh, Miss Emily, with
what tenderness do you brush the insects
from the plants. How I wish I was a rose
bush to be cared for by your gentle hand.
' ' Flies on you, are there?"
S A QUESTION 0F IDENTITY.
tfeiv and Curious Novelette of Contempo-
2 raneous Life,
of , .
BY THE AUTHOR OF "'OSTLER JOE."
,4 8YWOPSIS OF PHECEDINQ CHAPTERS.
9. uan.i 0lTlnIt. baring become npor through dlaalpatlon, la Urlng In the alum of London with bU two
X1""1!0" "htefa. Uythe death Wan nncrahabecomaabalrtopropartrworthXJOO.OOO. Ills eon Wllle.
" th.. fMsreted to Canada aome yeara before, la aant lor. Ha krrlraa In oourae of time and la iound to be ao changad
e ' Iff , , ,lnot unrecognizable. The young man at onoe begina e Ufa of dlaalpatlon. ending with balng erre.t.d.
SJ-i'nKtoniaatrlokenwlthepoplaiy.and upon hla raoorarr loernetbat hla ao-called aon la an Impoitor, the
li ' how.nh!',"lns erriTeeTfrom Canada, ana the impoator la erraated William relataa hla earear In Canada, atetlnj
al ImT: wh." employed on a farm, he makaa the eeq.ualnunee of llelle Bandya, the daughter of a neighbor, lie
p. "rn of the eipeoted arrlral of a Mr. Ilawltt from Londoo, and la growing Jaaloua of the .Irani ar.
is fi WM two months after that before I heard
p, of Master Hewitt again.
The story of John Orplnffton thuioon-
Belle rode over to our plaoe with ft message
o Sir. Wilson from her father, and she told
u toe that Hewitt had arrived.
,,1 "What's ho like?" I said, hoping ah
a. xvould say that he was a horrid sort of a fel-
i! .i.'.' Wel1, Vfia" ihe M " lt'B tUe odd,t
X. tnlns, but he's like you ( so like you that you
n jnlght almost be brothers, and I should think
uowas about the same ags."
That made me very uncomfortable, you
know, dad, because, as I dare say you have
guessed, by this time I was very much in
love with Belle, and I'd made up my mind
that as soon as I was old enough, and I saw a
chance of doing something for myself I'd
ask her to be my sweetheart.
You see this was tho nasty port of it. If
Belle liked me and thought I was nlco-look.
ing, and this Hewitt fellow resembled me as
much as she said he did, then sho must like
blm and think him nice-looking too. And
he'd bo always with her and I should
bo always away from her, and that would
GOSSIP OF TRACK AND RING.
WHAT IS GOING OX AMONG SPORTS OP
Froetor Knott Setd to Bo Very flick
11 Happy" Jack Hmlth line n Faor Opin
ion or Jackeon'e Ability The Horn
backer Club'e Uxlilblllnn A Western
Man's Generoae Offer to Hnlllvan and
A prominent sporting man of this city will
match an " unknown" against Billy Weldou,
of Harlem, In a finish fight for a 9300 purao
and 9200 stakes. Tho men aro to fight at 118
pounds, within four weeks.
Proctor Knott is said to bo a sick horso.
His rlofcnt in the Kentucky Derby and Clark
Stakes is accounted for ou this ground by
thoKO who planked their money on him. Just
what is the matter with him his owners seotn
uuablo to fathom, but aro confident tho great
horso will be in good racing turn boforo long.
Jimmy Albert won tho six-day go-as-you-plcaso
in San Francisco with 633 miles to his
orodit. Querroro was second with 625.
In a letter to Frank Slovin in regard to the
nine-days' contest al Coney Island, commeuc.
ing Juno 2tf, " Happy " Jack Smith Bays :
I think it is a great undertaking Jnst the
good old tiinu of tho ; ear for the purpnar. IJoth
Mr. Albci t and myself aro confident that ho will
win tliu race.
"Happy" JocK snys fnrthor lhat Patsey
Carditl got too muoli " booze " to win from
Jackson and that he did not train proporly.
Ho declares Jarksou is a good man, nut ha is
not on-top yet and that tharo would bo bar
rels of money to bo made if nuy one from
tho Fast could be got to " do him up " at
ono of the California clubs. Ho says Kll
rain would have a walkover and that Joo
Lonnon would bo just about tho man to do
it. Johnny lleagan, he Buys, can make all
tho moncv ho can carry homo if ho wtiips
One woek from to-morrow tho Hornbaokor
Club gives en exhibition. This Club docs
not do much blowing, but it quietly scooped
four second prizes at the N. four A. meoting.
It came very near getting a couple of firsts.
Abo Friedoll, of this Club, by tho way.
trained down from 135 pounds. Such 'a
loss (twonty pounds) in a youth of his
ago and size cannot but bo weakening.
On the day cf tho mooting he scalod consid
erably overweight and had to work like a
beaver during tho dav to come to 115 "by 8
o'clock. Ono way ho helped train down was
to go without food for an ontire any. It is
no wonder ho did not got first prize.
Efforts aro bolng made to bring togothor
"Swipes," tho now shoj. and Jack Delanooy.
tho battle to tako place tho latter part of
Georgo H. Hosmor's criticism of tho Har
vard crew sooms a little flavored with piquo.
If ho were training the crew would he say
that Yale was going to have a snap? The
Harvards are big, brawny men and thy liavo
been training very hard. Yale may win, but
there will be no walk-ovor about tho race.
The Booth.Barrett theatrical combination
hasat last arial. Sullivan and Kllrain aro
bolng importuned to appear in many differ
ent cities in their great piece entitled " Tho
Mill." The latest manager heard from is in
Knustis City. He offers 1.000 aploco to each
of the stars, bosidos a percentage of tbo gate
receipts. Ho furthor guarantees non-inter-ferencu.
These are generous terms, but aro
not likoly to bo accopted.
Oarsmen aro nil ou tho qui vivo over the
frrent raco to-morrow afternoon on tho Har
em between tho Atalantas nnd Now York
Athletic Club. Both eights havo worked un
usually hard and it will bo a raco worth some
trouble to see.
Tho fact that Miko Lucio is to meet La
Blanche, the Marine, at tho California Ath
letic Club, does not interfero witli Jimmy
Carroll's match with him. The Brooklyn
boy will come m for achance.as he has Presi
dent Fulda's written promise.
Now that Billy Myers has challenged any
light-weight in the world, who is the light
weight who will pick up the gauntlet t The
public are awaiting developments most interestedly.
Sluggers. Read What John L. Writes
About Pugilism in THE SUNDAY WORLD.
Just Read What an Odd Woman " Ouida"
Js in THE SUNDA Y WORLD.
An Awful Hacrlflce
la the only wav In whUh the Immanve Clothing Bala now
Ixlng bald at illG Broauwar can be deHcrtbe.l The peo
ple know thla too, and the linuien.e building la packed
.olldly with human belnga every day. The aMe.men
cau hardly handle the truwda, but evtry nun goa. away
dillghted and .atl.llvd. A faw of the uicny bargain, are
mentioned) A .plandld aultof Men. Clothe.. AH 7A
thla ult I. watt made, all to match, late.t atyle. and ru
ally worth S 111, or money returned, iten'a ultra fine
quality Suit., made and trimmed In twat po.albla man
ner, 47 " guaranteed to bit wi.rth A0, or money re
turned, lllgu-grado goud.inaanlng rquel to th. tfni'.t
quality tatlnr work- In all .tyle. Prince Albert., Cut
away., flack., In widewalea. claywar.teda and aire...
bannockburna, chevlota, atlk and aatin lined. waiHillfor
S1U.'J., worth $'5, or money refunded. vi otfvr an
cleaant pair of Man'. Pantafor SI 5.r, made of nice
clnth, and If not .oiled and you don't think they are
worthlM 0(1 tiling them back and gat your (1 A5, 1.000
ChlMreu'eHulta. made to .all for 47 00. we will let go
for 4'-' 15 Flna.t quality ot Man'aMlirl llata, OU cant.;
tbi. ia guaranteed equal to a regular 4-1 00 hat, or
money returned 1,000 Umbrellaa at C c.nta, and 000
doian Huapeudera, allk embroidered, 10 cvnta a pair,
and a thouaand other bargalna we hare no .pace to men
tion hare. A chatno for auch wonderful bargain, ooeura
only once In a lilatlme. Remember the addre.a, TilH)
ltroadway, between Uouatou and Prince at., lie euro
you are near llouaton at Ho c onn.ction with any other
aatabllahmrnt. Open evening, till U and Haturday
until 11 P. M, Be aura you era at MHi Broadway, near
give him a very unfair advantage over me. I
didn't eat my Bupper that night with so much
appetite as usual, and whon I wont to bed I
didn't go to sleep, which was a most unusual
thing for me. I kept on thinking about this
Howitt fellow, audi thought it was very im
pudent on his part to be liko mo, I made
up my mind I'd go to Sprigg's Farm at the
first opportunity and take tho measure of tho
young geutlemau, nud soo if he was the sort
of fellow who was likely to cut me out.
When I did get to sleep at last, Master
Hewitt was evidently still in my mind, fori
had a most terrible dream. KnowinQ,what I
do now, looking at that dream by the light of
what harpeued afterwards, every incident of
it comes back to mo as vividly as though I
had just awoke from it.
In my dream Hello and I were walking to
gether by the river. I was telling her how
much I loved bor, and asking her to bo my
sweetheart, Sho blushed at first and bung
her dear little head down, but she didn't take
her hand away. I'd got tight hold of that,
and wasn't going to let it go.
" Belle, dear,'' I said (in my dream, you
know, dad), "Belle, dear, you don't know
how I love you, how I've loved you ever since
the first day you came over to our farm. I'm
nothing here, but I've boen studying and
working bard, and I'm bound to get on. If
you'll only say that some day you'll be ray
little wife it'll give me all the hope and all
tbo oourago I want, and I'll work and work
till I've won a position nud made a home
worthy of you. Belle, dear Belle, you do
love me. don't you?"
Belle Sifted her bead, and I could see her
beautiful blue eyes. There wasabrlghtllttle
tsar In each of them.
THE NEXT GREAT YACHT RACE.
I-erd Dunrnvon Is Willing to Hull the Val.
kyrle Aaalnst the Volunteer.
Iho letters from Lord Dunraron load at the
Mew York Yacht Club delighted the members.
lie suggested the following days for tho racoa;
Tuesday, Oct 1 Thursday, Oct. at Monday,
Oct. 7, or Tuesday, Oct. 8.
Ho accepts the Club's proposition ax to'tlio
dlrecHIonoftlioconr.es, namely: First raco To
windward (or leeward) and lvturu, Hecimd raco
Enullateral trianulv. on one! side ttho llr.t tr
poaalble) to windward. Third race-To wind
ward tor leeward) and retuni. Fourth llace
Lqutlaterat tiianala as in second nice, t-'irtli
race To windward tor leeward' and leturu.
Ho also airrecs with tliu Club's piopnsal that
the cour.o be thirty tulle intcad of torty, the
tiuto to be reduced piopnitlntially.
As to the umpire, Lot d Duniavcn'says that
any one will suit him who will milt the Club. but
he would feel xatianVd and complimented if
Oen. Paine would act.
lie withe tliu term ou which the cup may
hereafter bo held to bo discuesed bv the New
Yoik Yacht Club and the ltojul Ynctit Siiundttm
after the race.
Lord Dnnraven I llllnc tn havo the Valkj rle
tall against tho YoluuUcr.
Sullivan, tho Fighter, Writes ot the Ring
tor THE SUNDAY WORLD.
A COMPLICATED ACCIDENT.
What Hcrined Cruelty Wne Merely n
The drh cr of a bobtail croaatnw n car was seen
to strike with his whip nt a lad who w at enjoy
ing a free rido ou the rear platform. A few
minutes later tho boy was found uncontcioiiri on
the pavetnont at the corner of Hci-ond avenuo
Homo humane xoplo took him into a stoic
near by. He remained unconscious fur an hour
and a half.
It was eupposed that tho car-drlrct had beaten
him into lu.uuaiblhty. Au ambulance und the
pnhco were tent for.
The boy had no marks on hi face to indicate
that he had boon struck. When hecamo to he
aid hit name was Charles Keller and that be
lived in 7a First avenuo. . He mi takm home,
whcrolt was learned that he wan subject to
cataleptlo attacks and often bucamo uncon
Points on White Vests SUNDAY
Cheap Aniline Outfits In llcmnnd for the
The fishing season will soon bo open, and
and of late tho dealers in rods and reols havo
been pretty ncllo.
They havo replenished thoir stocks and
arc now waiting for tho opouing of tho sermon
There hot boon nuito a lively trade carried
on In cheap fishing outfits already. A rod
and reel may bo bought as low as CO cents
and as high as $100, and Botne oven go bighor
Tho outfits that are most popular aro worth
from t'l. CO to 1.
Seueral fishing excursions havo boon
Elunned already, and tho sport promises to
Strango Habits and Superstitions ot the
Burmese In THE SUNDAY WORLD.
CelrbratluB Norwegian Independence.
Tho sercnty-lltth anniversary of the Inde
pendence of Norway will be celebrated this even
ing at Uulzer's Harlem Ither Park.
"Ouida" Must Be a Very Disagiveable
Woman According to THE SUNDAY
Of the ltegular Army.
" Permit mo to Introduce myself," said tho
straugor, in undress uniform, to a crowd of
Vassar girls in tho college grounds. "I am
Major Vondecarr, of the army."
We are ploasod to know a military man.
Of tho regular army, I supposo?" said tho
"Yes, miss: of tho regular Salvation
Army." And then the misses had business
on the other side of the grounds.
Nellie Bly Writes of Free Dinners Fur
nished All Hungry AskersSee THE SUN
"Will," sho said, "I'm not going to tell
you a story. 1 do lovo you. very very much
"And vou'll be my sweetheart? You'll let
us be engaged to each other, dear, and jou'll
never murrv anybody but mo ?"
' ' No, Will, I'll never marry anybody but
With a cry of joy I put my arm round her.
aud wuaubont to draw her to mo and press
my lips to hers, when she sprang back with a
cry of ulrinu.
Something had come betu een us. I looked,
and it was myself I mw mj self, yet not me,
for it was betweon myself aud llelle.
1 know in a minute who It was it was
His face was white with rage and he held
his fist clinched above my liead.
" You sbull neer have Uello for your
wife," ho cried; " you shall never have any
woman for your wife, for I mean to kill
lieforo I could move or utter n word he
drew a knife from his belt, ami, lifting it,
brought it down again with fearful foico,
burying it to the hilt in mv heart.
As the sharp tteol struck into my flesh I
uttered n shriek nud tluug mv arms up ami
and woko up to find mysolf lviug ou my buck
and moaning. It was only a uightmure, but
it was so real, so vivid, that for somo mo
monts I lay there unable to move, I was
almost paralyzed with terror. At last my
powor of will came back again, and v ith au
effort I sprang out of bed, and fiudins the
matches, stmck oue and lighted the caudlo
that stood by my bedside.
I couldn't summon up tho courage to blow
it out again, oven after the first improasiou
of the nightmare bad passed uway I was
thoroughly unnerved, I had never been a
coward, and up till then I had never known
what actual fear was, but I give you my
word, dad. that the dream had made such au
impression on me that had any ono entered
the room suddenly I should have screamed !
When I went down in the morning the
STANLY'S RECORD BEATEN.
MISSES OAKES AND BROWX CONTENDING
FOlt FIRST rUCE.
Manager Billy O'Brien I In hiuh feather over
the eniiMfttitiy iuoroaftng ciotrda which u'fitli"r
at .Miidixiiii Kiiuaiu (latdcu to witneat the six
dny bicjclu race between eight ptctty irlrla In
att ciKtuuiiK. and now nay that the cirla will
haM' not less than $'.',. "U0 to divide at tho con
eliirlnti of the rate Saturday utuht.
The girls will receive BO par cent, of tho urn
gatenceipts for the wiek. nnd it is at theoudof
each day placed In the hand of Mr. Wt tidelkin,
or the MndlMon Situate Hotel, a rttnkelioldcr.
The w Inner of the race w ill net :m po ci ut. of
the unnreL'ate Mini, and the otlieis will leeclve,
in tin oidirnf their portion In the lace, '-'0,
l.'i, 1 1, p, II, -I mid V! percent.
, l.Hch niu d cover :mo mile in tin- forty-oiulit
hour tiftvelllmr. and nil can do it easily. The
luaiiaguro, tinnier end hsiitfeis-on mint look to
the gltln lor theli leliiunetntiiiu, hint us tliey do
in nlhi'i rnei .
OiktB and Brown, Mill f.u in the van, aieal
ready nearly ill) utiles ahead rr the rtemd, and,
no aeeidiut Intel veiling, they will llut'li tliu
I nco .u mill h better than the reeold, which was
lis.")?, miles, made bv Lottie Htatiley in Februaiy
,JiHHle Oakv addud another lap to her lead of
Kitty Drown la.t nlu'lit, but the festuro of the
night m taviiii: was tho effoi t or LouUu Aliuaindii
to tiw iconic the lead of Hattio Lowla, the tall
and slender l'uuiMjhmiiuti.
At tho hcuimilng of the hieIiI's work Lewis
wa xeven niilex ahtnd oflur, but a sickliest at
the htomtcli ktole upon her and ahe Uccul.
This was the uiadsinoV opportunity, and her
stalw urt IIiiiIm pi opelled the ' ' bike" with athletic
visor for tint u hours, and at a Utile atter II
o'clock .ho overtook and panned her slender
It wa n difference of M per cent, of tlio
" boodle "' to her. and Lewis wan dilnartencdj
but she worked rordiar life, and at 1 oYmck.
theelosoor tho fourth day, she was only half a
mile b hind tho old eliai lot rm er
The epteiiiUMliiu candy vendoi who startod i
votlui: contest, with the maidiu as contestants,
reported Llttlo llnldnln as (lie favorite, with
Je-sie Woods,' the pretty blonde with the Vatsiir
pug, a eloaii second,
'Iho score at tho thirty-third hour 1 o'clock
thi morning was as follow: Oaken, 4(11 miles
M laps; Drown, 4111.1; Ilaldwiti. 4:tli.r: Ar
inaiudo, 41-1; Lewis, 41il. 7; Htatiley, 1IU4.U;
Wood. yn7.; McShane, aua,
Kit Clarke Writes Wharo Salt-Water
Fish Abound-SUNDAY WORLD.
ltd Won Tun Unocal.
ruui the Ihlmtl , ;v,
"I try to bo a itinn of my word," ho said,
a ho outerod a Cadillac cntlug-houso yester
day, " but I can't always do as I promise. "
"What did you want?" asked tho pro
prietor. " You gave mo it squaro meal on tick two
months ugo. Tbn lull was 45 cents. I
promised to pay in six weeks, but I am u
' ' I don't romoinbor tho circumstauco."
"Perhaps not, us you aro n big-hearted
man, but 1 do, aud here's your money,"
Tho proprietor pulled in a two-dollar
Canadian bill aud Hung out tho chaugo,
rather disgusted with tho mnn's hnneaty.
Ten minutes later, howavcr, this disgust had
changed to ndmirntlou. In making chaugo
ho took n dosor look at thu bill, aud on the
back ho found tho stamp: "Suspended
Salt-Water Fish Near Homo Hit Clarke
in SUNDAY WORLD.
t J Vow ruek.l
' ' The Qlrl I Loft Bohind Me " s a song
To he Bung in accents kind ;
But how shall I sing of that heartless thing
The Girl That Left Mo Bohind?
Free Dinners tor Hungry People Nellie
Bly in SUNDA Y WORLD.
HAMMOCKS, OUTING CHAIRS,
M Itl.MINI AND SlT.CIAIrii:n
roil TIIK L'Ol'.NTKY HliAMlN.
JOHN HALL, 53 W. 18th St.. N. Y.,
Near (1th Ata. 1. Station.
A Tablespoonful $Wm&
in a pail of water, will convince k
a woman against her will that it A
washes everything ; best and quickest Vt " " -W
injures nothing ; coarse or fine just the ffiJrg5Sip$
reverse by doing away with the rubbing afej-i
it saves the very thing which ruins the most clothing especially
fine things. It takes the drudgery out of woman's hardest work.
Wash day and cleaning time are no longer " bugbears " in the
homes where Pearline is used, and these homes number millions.
jr-v Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocer arc offering imitations
-C CaTTT T C CX which they claim to be I'carline, or "the same .n l'carliiic," IT'S
IJV. VV tCLX V PALSL' they are not, and besides are dangerous.
14) Manufauured unty by JAMES l'YLI.,N.Y.
farmer was the llrst to uotico Hint I looked
queer, iiu asked mo if I wasn't well. I said
it was nothing ; that 1 thought I hud a bilious
attack. I was heavy over mv work und lut
less all the morning, nud after dinner, which
I couldn't touch, thu dinner told mo the best
thing I could do was to take the nficruoou
aud go for a good long ride m tl e couutry.
I was very glad of tho pernii-siau. so I wid
died tho hoibo I generally rodo nud went
straight off to Sprigg's Farm. I knew I
should havo uo piece until I Imd seen this
uiyMerious Hewitt, who, according to llelle,
was m liko mo thut he might have been my
Three mouths after that, dad. Mark Hewitt
and I wero the creates! ' pals" in the ueign
boihood. 1 had found him n nice, ugrerable
fellow, like mo in uppeurnuce, cuitaiuly m
like ine, that whfii vio looked at each o her
as Belle introduced us wo both burst out
laughing. But to mv unutterable joy Hello
told mo sho didn't like h:m. aud I fancied he
wasn't tho sort of fellow that would go f.ill
lug in lore with nil j body lint himself.
Directly my mind was ensv on that score I
lelt qtilto a relief Thu idea thnt Belle didn't
like hint made mo tUe to htm at once. You
may laush, dnd, and think that I wns begin,
ulng to b jealous nice nud early, but tliat
was tin lecilng I hud, nud I couldn't help It.
You see, being nil nlnue and in a lit w world,
and having to bhlft for yourself, makes you
" crowii up " pretty rarly. and I fancied my
soft a young imiu, though I suppose every
body looked upon me as only a boy.
You mov be mro when Hello told mo that
there was something about Hewitt thut she
didu't like. I wasn't going to tell her sho was
a goose. I was too glad to havo her Hint way
! of thinking, but 1 didu't shine her prejudice
Hewitt and 1 " i attuned to each other,'' as
tho saying is, from the llrst. and in n month
or two wo became couttnnt companions in
our leisure time. Hewitt told me his htory
and I told him mine, aud, of cour.e, I told
bim allaltout vou aud tho girls.
When I got a letter lrom home I used to
LADIES WANT TO 00.
Aiklnr; Pcrmlstlnn to Ascend lu Prof, Camp
Interest In the proposed trial trip of Peter C.
Campbell's alr-shlo, which sails from tho Man.
battan Athletic Club Grounds June IP, Is grow.
Ingilnllv. and the spacious hall at 120 West
Fourteenth strict, whire tho great invention is
m exhibition lor the in oaciit, is thtouscd every
day and evening by admiring crowds.
lucre have bcun several applications nude to
the management for the tnrlvllego of going up
with I rot, llngaii. Hie aeronaut -who will sail
the ship on her trial tiip.
A reiv ladles have exprtsaed a dcslro to no up.
Anions them is Miss Alimo llciclit, an actress,
who is enthusiastic in her petition.
Hicno requests havo been refuted, as Prof.
Iloi:aiicsct and ha promised to tako a per
sontl friend with him on the voyage.
, jiouldlhii trial Hip be snccciirul Mr. Camn
bell will niautilactiirn ali-thlps on a large calc.
A I'nrirr Detnleil tn I.nvrn Tennis.
Antin 7eni(i is the titlo of a weekly paper
that has Just made Its llrst apiiearanco in this
city. It will be. as its title indicates, devoted
tn the fascinating Held sport thnt has become
so iKipula; nmong all chutes. It h the ofllclal
oigan or Hie United States National I.awu-Teti.
ids Association and is edited by Mr. Donald
Anions tlie Worlirrn.
Tho Building Trades Hectlon will meet tc
ulL'ht at 14o Eighth street.
The (Icncral Executive Hoard of the Knights
or I.dIkii hat sent a elicular to all assemblies re
quu.tiug Ihim to Instruct their delegates to tho
(ii'iieial Vstiiublyas to their wishes regarding
the ilglit-hour movement In May, 1H00.
The Walters' tinloi's of this city aro content
plating withdrawal Horn District Assembly No.
4il for several lemons, the plinclpal one of
which Is the failure of the District olllcers theni
selves to stand by the union luun lu the matter
afpatroiiuliiuplactH whcin union waiters aie
cmiilov ed, A Committee of tho District reel ntly
eegajtil rliilzeiV lliulem lliver Park for Its pic
nic. It isanotoiiout fact that Mr. Huler does
not ami hat not for a long time cmplnred union
men, but ho has promlted to do so at the picnic.
Fmnk O. Carpenter Writes ot the Bur
mese Nation tor THE SUNDA Y WORLD.
An Unfortunate Allatoke.
lruw I. ('Alruvu 'ral.l
"Tho fish wero very nico, William. But
how did you cotno to catch fresh mackerel in
Fox Luke ?"
' ' What's that ? What do you mean ?"
' ' I mean Hint you havo dcce'ivod mo. You
never went ilshiug at alb"
"Of course I did."
" No. you didn't. It was a stupid blunder
of tho tlsli miirkot to send fresh mackcrol in.
stead of black bass, wasn't It ? We wl'l talk
tlilB matter over later. If you can explain
your week's nbHcuco in nuy bettor way than
that you are lending a double llfo I shall bo
very glad of it,"
A New Trade.
" Yes, mum ; father kopt an inn at Little
l'edditigton, and mother kept tho I'ost-Ofllce
" And your Into raastor who and what
was ho ?"
" Tho ltov. Mr. Wllklns, mn'am. Ho kopt
a vicarage at Mcdliugham, closo by."
144 BOWERY 144
NEAR UIIAND ST. ELEVATED STATION.
Wo havo tlio largest stock
of DinmondH nnd Watches
in tho ivor Id at extraordi
narily low prices.
These aro tho Watches we
mako a specialty of:
OOMD HII.VEK HUNTING WATfllES. ORNUINK
H AMICIIII'AN MIIVKMENT, KLU1M OH WAL
TlIAM, STEM-WINUEK. S10.
SOLII) HOLD IIUNTINO WATCHES RTEM
WlNDrit, AMRHIHAN MOVEMENT rt.nl.V (IR
U'AI.THAM. OASES UIIAUEU AND ENU11AVEP,
OENl'LKMtl.N'S, SW3 '
IAUIPS' KOMIJ OOI.II IIUNTINO WATCHES.
J IIEAUTIEULLV UHAKI'I) ANI ENOKAVHU,
Ml'KM-WINDEK, AMhUlOAN MOVEMENT, 1U.
T ADIES' HOUU OOI.n RTEM WINDING
Jj WATCIIEN. BEAUTIFULLY CHASED AND
BOYS' SOLID SILVER HUNTINU-C'ASE STEM
WIND1NU WATCHES, so.
AdENUINR E. HOWARD CO.-WATCH, WITH
H-UAHAT hOI.lD HOLD UASES, IOR ttI5
WD OIVF A WRITTPN OUARANTFE WITH
EVEKY WATUIl TOR TllREK YEAIJH, IE
NOT AS UEl'UEaEN'lED, MONEY WILL 111. RE
FUNDED. Solid Gold Wedding: Kings,
14 and 18 carats.
CASPERFELD & CLEVELAND,
Open EVENINGS until Oi SATURDAY, 10.30 P.M.
n HANKS c-
Extrartlnir. 2Sr.t wllh !AS Oe. Rata, US, 8
andtia Hotltllllnt, IiUo. uu, -olj rtlllnj. il uj.
sea utii avi:.. i noon 111:1.0 w 14TJI.
Ji:IHI.V llll'f -Yolk anl tlruvuau.
NEWARK-Uroaa anj Markat iU.
CAIU'ET CLEANING-!'. Sf. STKWAHT, 3S0
Tthava , tand for tlrculari teti(ihouukall 11!U lat at.
read it to htm, and he got to know you all
oiilte wuil thiough mo. He soon found out
thnt I Uis in low with Hello, and he prom
ised me he wouldu't breathe a iXord to auy.
body about it. That Mas my secret, aud I
think 1 rather liked it being a seertt, fancy
ing it wus moro romantic. Hewitt Mas as
frank with mo us I had boen with him, and
told me all about himself. His father and
mother were dead thuy were geutlefolk, but
imd been poor, and he bad been taken by his
uuclc, Mhohiul piomised to gho him a start
in lite. " And u nice start bo's given me,"
wild Hewitt. " seudiug mo out to the Und
forwikeii place, and lolling 1110 It's my only
cliuiuo, nud that it's a 1 he cnu do for me, as
hi 'sn married mini with a largo family him
self. It's n nico lookout for me. Oh, Lord,
I wish I'd been going to be rich I shall uecr
make a farmer."
He wus iiiite right there be nover would,
for he didn't take to it at all, aud if it hadn't
been for thu premium and the yearly mouo
puld for hJB keep I expect Sir, Saudys would
have got rid of him pretty nulck.
He was always talking about what a jolly
llfo he'd have when ho grew up if he only
hud uionev' und onoe he said to me that he
didn't think thcro was much he'd stick ut to
I thought ho was only bragging talking
wild, like young follows will hometimes. I
was -o grateful to him for not falling in lovo
with Hello that 1 didn't like to thiuk he was
nallyabad hearted fellow.
Besides, he was very useful to mo aud
helped 1110 with Belle. He used to iuvite me
to come ovtr sometimes of au evening, aud
thn' gmo 1110 an excuse for being at Sprigg's
Fiirin. And whon he and I and Belle weut
out for a walk about the place together he'd
gooff and loave us alone, which I thought
very nice nnd gentlemanly of him.
After hn'd been at Bpngg's Farm about 1
three years be wrote homo and got tome
money from his uncle, I suppose he told
him ho could do some good with it and he
wouldn't ask him for any more, and then he
..- mm ril
"UatNO. BROADWAY AND .TTII STRSHT. lOsSl
nnofOardjn Oneart from 7.30 until iaNlttlr. klKaaaaafl
Admlaalon 30 cents, Inclnillna Uotu jtntarta'nrorat, tWH
M. II ST THEATRE,, OR. OTal AVK. X
UNCLE JOE; S
OR, min IN A MADIIOUHK. ' ,$kmmm
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Uallnf, ','30. , Itlw.Mcd, fOo., 700.. 1. 8)1.60.1 taH
17 1! te'i v'tJ.".. "r,-llr Clrcl. ft Dalconr-SOs. ZH
lrl.l.fit.fc WED and SAT MAT. I Earrrwill at rlaaaaaal
DIXEY LfiZft&J looms, m
N.xt Weak -MARUAKET MATHER. LmmW
CTAR THKATRP. IjltOADWAY AND 13TII BT. JH
O Mttlmna W'.ilno.lajr and Saturday. :M
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. , iVJlXI. u2:"''ol -wmwli-drama, JlM
llflNKII'M PEOPLE'S' THEATUE. "ikmmm
01 AS IN A LOOKING GLASS. 'fl
Lillian Lowis as Lona Dospard. wLLW
N.U Wwk-AITElt DARK. V H
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lllu.lon. lllOntLorrurioa. Sactad Ooncrta fiundar. iWM
Admlolon, 10 c.nta, r.sora.d aoata, 0 cntantra. laaaaaaafl
WORTH'S PALAUF. MUSEUlClath it. and 4tb ar! JLmW
W op.n 11 A. at. to 11 v. 7 "dmiaalon lOo. H
tt A Tnorna't Co. on ttatr. "tattH
Union HotiARK tiieatukT ' ''JaH
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Jtlcliard tlolitan a. TH
OLD JED I'HOUTY. 4SfH
E?rr Eenhi. llatlnr. Haturdar. HsalHH
NIBLO'S. SSWitfta 50c; ;fl
a noble son. wffan.. ;jM
PROCTOR'S T.TBA?RkUutir3. fc S
COUNTY FAIR. 81:88 MM
PALMKll'H TIIRATllC; H'wr and 30th wU 1
CLOVER "WE1, H
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MADIDON RUUAIIE THEATRE. (taallH
llln. at H.no. Matin. Matnrdtr. bHHH
l''ATIIi:K IjtAIN. I Hhouta of laorhUr 'tH
i i AT 11'HiliUlN. Companion plaj to 3tH
Vi.ATill.ltllKAiN. I Prlf.taK.craurr." SJmmmW
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miss KMAyQ(g3 uwsrt M
5TH AVE. THEATRE. NonisUW 9
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0 lMUK KHULKY'S UOROEOUB REVIVAl. Of ItaH
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Kt.rir Et.nlnir at M. Matlnawi Wnd. and Hat. Bmm
a cademy, ur..,. no... 7 .to,, ei.oa 'Tiii
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BROADWAY THEATRE, COR. 4 1ST ST. JsaaH
. I'ltANK W. SANOER. ...Manaaar "SkUIH
Handiam.st and Ijrgat Tbcatm In ih. World. bUH
HUMI11S WILSON I THE IIOI.AU. M
AND COMPANY. 1 Eti '. . 8. Bat" at."!. '4-M
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THE RULIIMC PASSION. fl
May 'u-l.Oar IN NEW YORK: H
TT R. JAUOIISMTllAUAl 'SWW
Jl. . ,111,1), UOWhRY THEATRE. lHLW
I'Furadsr.Irl and 1 .IAMKS II Saturday Nlalit, l!lH
w!f..;Mit,i'ffl.! ra! w
KOSTER & DIAL'S CONCERT HALL fl
HILDA rftT r-n I FLORENOS SaLM
TIIUMAH. I VlCL.L.C.K.1 MILLER. 7LW
Matlne. M.mila)., VediiBdara and Haturdart. ''iBBaaaaaai
1ONY PASTOR'3 NEW 14TII ST THEATR'b. 'ImWW
TONY I PAT ROONEY. H
PA?Tnn'C; and LITTLE KATIE ROONET, alHH
jLj ' 'n PAT.S NEW WARDROBB. .Cl
JYCEUM THEATRE, 4TII AVE AND 2UD BT. i'H
j i.ant vi:i:it Ol' Till'. MEANON. -TfH
.lit; U'll'l.'.l IIKOIN.S b. 15 ITIIKWIFK. MLm
TIIK WIFli. I Matin.. haturdar. I TIIK lVlFlL lH
NO Ulll'AI. IN Till: WO It 1,1). H
TlirlOO'O NEW Mb.SIO HALL AND ALIIAM- MmmmU
1 Hh ISS Nl UUA CuURl'. 1M K. Utta at. JataK
MILmUUi THE MONSTER OR0HE3TRI0W. !B
1 OTII ST. BATTLE I OPEN SallH
X.f and OK ALL DAT WsaaiH
JTli AVE. OF.TTYHBURO. I AEVENIfiai iH
BKOOKtiYX AMUSEMENTS. '
H. R. JACOBS' BROOKLYN TBEATRB, ' IH
Corn. r Waahlnfftnn aud .Tohnaon atreata. Jaaaaaaal
Matin. Monday, Wdneadar and Haturda. taaaaaaa!
Ttiu incoiuyarabl. and Pc.rl.aa ,H
Rai.rT.d8.ata, GORINNE "mI
8c 30c. ' 'i'laatatal
50P; Monte Crista), JaS iH
LEE AVE. ACADEMY 1)1' MUSIO. UROOKXYK.' JH
Vtpvk Iwiilimlmr Mnndar, Mar III. tSstllllH
MATINEES fcpI)Ntal)AY AND SATURDAY. . 1
MAItllAilKT' In lllon.rnwnn, RomM and JBalllH
HATI1KII 1 UoiH.rtolr". i Juliet. Lady of Lrona. balH
Laah, Aa Yon Lik. It N.t week Verona Jatpaan. VH
METKOPOUTAN HERMAN OPERA CO. VH
TO-NIGHT-DIE MEISTERSINGEB. H
Uftxy eTtiQinti, Mat i time Wed1.tt.ula7 nnd SAtnrdur. jSR
EDWARD HARR1GAH 1M " THE GRIP.' H
(0U SINN'S PARK THEATRE. jal
afttj 1 I Ell CLEOPATRA. f
"1 PEERLESS TdYE8&125 H
went awav aud I didu't see anything of him SaH
for souio time. JH
lie wrote me ouce or twice from the towa '4l
lie'd couu to aud said be was dolnc " mid- Al
dliuc." but I gathered from bis letters that aH
lio'il cot in Hith a bad set and was rather ilalllH
down on bis luck. HitH
All this time 1 was workiue away and keetv iaSH
Iiib In Fnriaer Wilson's cood books, and ItalllH
though I cot a bit more uiouot itwasnt ifH
much, but I'd made uivself master of tho VfH
biihiuoss, and I believed that when I was a H
bit older I should be able to cot into some- NtH
tliinc bt-tter.aud in due timo. perhaps, kunck .iH
out ou my own account and be independent. "1
I hail wouderful dreams, I can toll you, dad, AaHH
of wiuit I waseolni; to do, aud I told Bella fl
and she was as entuusiastio as I was. It was Am
soltled that we wore sweethearts, though we 'pl
didn't tell anybody else. I was to mako a fl
lucky bit, and wo wero to be married and &'a
buve a beautiful place of our own, aud then ?H
we wero Koiuctosend for you and the girls jl
to como out to us. 4H
That's bow things wf nt on till about a year htaH
ago. At that time I'd done severul cood ,. 1H
strokes of busunsa for the farmer, and ono ' H
dav be told me that be was thinking of taking aSIH
another farm, aud that he'd put nie in to man- 'aHi
ugo it and givo me a share. ''H
It was just afttr the farmer had told me this 'H
that Hewitt turned up again. He came back lH
again looking rather seedy and out of elbow -"IH
aud got taken on as clerk at a store in a llttlo SttalllH
town a few miles from us, lust near enough "aLaH
for me to Bee something of him, as I of tea IH
Inn I to go over to the town on business. '.aatsaaal
Ho didu't sty much about what be'd beea I'al
doing, only that be'd had nitber bad luck. H
1 wus glad to havo him back again, for I iH
wnuted somebody I could make a confidant '4H
of, uud of course I told him what nur expeo VaBBBBBaaai
tations wore, uud how Belle and I had mado ttH
up our miuds to get married as soon as I'd lH
go'.npositlou that would let me go to. her ."clH
jicoule and ask them to let me be their soa-tn. " KH
130 U Concluded To-Aforrot H
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