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TnE WOULD: THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 14, IS9. Jf
B0UTI.NK OP A rOMOEMAN'S DAILI LIFE
' (IKANHCAUiY DLTAHiED.
"Of BTrm!oiii Wlilrli Iliehii.' the Monotony or
J )lM,- . Hour "On Post "-llotlglne the
IILI D.itiiiiloiiinti Plcnsniit t'nlM In Nnloiitm
hit .unllorn' Ilooiim Plrnsnut l'er-
.inUllm-rroiilo Who Unvo 'Pulls.'
,h, rlllr n "' ' IferM r
; hacrcoi1 your interviews rrith policemen
hlt,cniiBncis to yonr question as to whether
poUcemHiiMlfo 11 a Imppy one.
" I hao been f'1'"- seats on tlio "force." I
l)CK mill "" llloft ,,mt could net any ono
S.,rjc1,'t tlmt Iran brcnUnc tlic laws or city ordl
nances. 1 1 omul the life then not at nil a liappy
tine, for Hi Untt. I saw some, lialf-tfrowii boys
ne'ilny nl from mio of tlio privato schools for
thin nitriniloii. 'I hey vv cro plnyinir pranks
that were liirniless ciioubIi until tlio idea seized
tlji-ni to tui'i't nn in on thcnalk.
1 (il.oTili 1 a' them in let the can alone, vrhon
the bo "h" ''(Id II nmichc.l bultlly down and
asked what 1 """'I- rnpeatcd my order that lie
should not nicddlo i ill tlio ash-tan. He wai
' niprrtitient, told mo In mind my business and
ettLtut to tlio ccrMint cirln : ho was n gentleman
Mid could alt nd to hl, and to forth.
He ntood cloi-e up to me. facmc me imtnt
tlcnllj. nnil I tlicLud him on the check with a
white cotton kIovo I held and told him to shut
up or I woulil arrest him ni disorderly. Ho
tlircntcncd mo with "breaking," took my num.
ber nnd went of in ti rase.
He moved to ho tho son of a rich htewer, who
cniiiiuaiiicil of me. 1 was hroiiKlit before the
Commissioners, lepriinauded and changed to
miiotlrer post. ,, , , , ,.
Alv tcvt tionble was for ordering a liquor
dealer t" c.o-o at 1 o'clock nt nlKht. Ho did not
do it. The next buuday theic was a crowd nt
lila cornel, and I again oidorcd htm tot-lore, an
liia placo nai lceplnc tho crowd. Ho com
plained to tlio Cant tin. and tho next night 1 was
ordcirdtniipo-tdowiibv tho river.
I uid not 11 eildlo ngaln for a long lime, until
one Siiudo) wo wcro or cied to arrest all
jtnl aim elling flown on tlio ntrcct. Seven
-m&, weioaTicstcd. but 1 managed to keep thiiho on
l rnypcrstnioviiiK and did not make an aricst. I
wis off poit nt 1 o'clock. 'J here vote not so
uinnyof them about during tht morni g.
'1 he tame night at 1! I win on my night pout
and ono of tho saloons wai luiiniiig lull blast
with tho shales up. I had ordeicd the dealer
letciro to put down .lilt HhadcH on huiiuay. Hh
had told mc to mind mv business or hu would
havo mv scalp. This being .Sunday I'onlcrcil
lilm doted. Ho told me to go to and the
CHCiipantH of the saloivi .cited, no I told him to
pit hi hat and I fool; him to tho station-house,
lie wai lo'oi'Cil nt tlio Captain's order, and I
oi tiered back to my pnit. 'lis titur, night when
1 went on at 'I my post was auam channel.
hu win comylltufor tho first six mouths was
not a happv one. , , , , .
1 had roiiio tioublo with mv mates, too, as I
followed tint tin nuothat I wai to lie relieved
sj when ui post at the point fin theft from tho
tati' n-houfc. '1 he man lelievlng me rotnfpd
tocoiiio tlio whole length of tho Ioxt, and got
mail, and 1 was warned by mini ot them thai I
wa ipthcr fnsji, nnil 1 taio it up.
Tnfl Mylitonqw ifi an taiy one. an I can explain.
I P.N 1" lii'ellrKt placo 1 get tlOU a month (.alary.
LJJ U When 1 workoJ as n stnnc-maKoii 1 could not got
Fotniirh ivm it I cot work evciy day. and that I
never did-Mihatv I lihti ikes and ilo.ay alter one
juliliLtnro J loutid iinotner. Now. lhaveceiy
otlni day oil duty fiouHl r. M. Then the days
LHI" hitneciinrotirHt, what wecall aslioit day. then
"" aloneilav. l"i iilu la(.t wai my long day, I
1 went on'at 0 in the nioininit anilroma nod until
K At 1 in the atte noon 1 went oil again until
il r. M. At Vi at night I went on until D Batur-
ilny morning, then was oil till 0 Saturday oeu-
At 12 Hntunlay night I went home to sleep.
i-a.il, and went buck at H A. M. Buuday !or my short
OTO dav. I wai oir again nt 1 Hunilny nlternooii and
awrtaaa did not goon w:ain until 1 at night, then off
at (l this (Monday) niorulug. lo-ilay is again
my day off.
tr,9B ho JTriday-I had two hours duty in the morn-
t . ingapd tlo linhp alternoon. and Jiom la tod
' Haturdav a. jr., making clei-fcri hMirs' duty in
mUjio tweuty-iour Iioihh. Then hatmday off. and
oiiIvhix houis' duty from II to la at night, fio
that makoi tcioutcen hours' duty in forty
i, BMa eight..
hunday, my short day, .1 had from 8 to 1 in
the innrniiiif and IS at night to il Monday
Bead rpornlnaiuakina lucpvluiiiB'agap in tlmt
twiuts'-four, nud tho next day again -a day off.
Howe average nil e hours' work, lain of thinf,
cold in hot, Ktrike. tlgliti, Ac, with an occa
. non.d p.rl&onor in court taking time on the off
wr t'll, flifs seems, with thb rfsk" and calls to
fire-, concerts, wedding amj, uccptlons, hard
0t worlCVnt 1 am now ablo to get a picttv good
grK tiling t of u. . .
B O roiSLitauce, I co on at 0 thin evening. There
isalitflQ poueo tor a watchman at some now
i"ta hmldlHirs on niypost, and ai instead or sleeping
I Inn- been on a laeliet this morning and
i-laCi win nnitms nltei noon 1 shall go imlieioaml
3l iiei li ltntd 7. !), when 1 get out to the corner
that die roundsman will pa.s. Thty always pass
at the same corner and about tho panic time, ex-
cept when it Ktorms, and then they generally
dun t come. A ter tlio rouudxman comes tlio
' tcrceant, so bv I'.tIO I can go into some girl's
JU - limine and get a little lunch and stay until 11 or
ml Vix or go buck to tho watchman's house.
To-nuiriow X shall piohably ho on post. Ifso,
IV I ' lei out at Jl tp stay to x, and 1 generally go in
a sa non to chat and lor a "sci-nic"-up" I am
always tlumty in thomornlng orue get a bite
2J?lvi ' r"iV;t or.HonietiMeii BCtfhacd. ,
"," At 1 1 meot somo one for a chat or drop in
riettk somcivlicio uitil -', and then got to the stuet
lisrsart the ramiilsmali -goeo Uirough. That stand in g
inetirtj aimuirl may nut bo over until 4, and sometimes
.,. fonicthiug iircicnti their rounds and wo atq
2m what wo cMln1" stand up." which is Very
V, 55 hanf.fot it keeps us out until t) inr tearot heing
oMMk cauuht: hutr uiually the "ltnuuds" and the
aardMl. beriant hao gono Dy il.and wocan go "under
com j 'until (l.
1Xi i Illl" Played cards from !t to fPwith a friend
anaua ju thc luclc room of a snloou or m afrltnd's
hoii-e; lmo spent the tinio with Indies, or gono
mto flte,. in n,t-aliion ov trlend's house.
Hhtn wo uoonut li! at night all of the fel
low gDimt in one direction drop into a rnloon
tint dunk togither fur an hour and then get out
Until the " rounds "of tho officers, and then wo
, ..j fllhaiooui placo of going to bed. I go in tho
.AS i a-eiiifnt bt a large ,7llat," wh6io tho janitor
itoipw jKtelies the Hies all night, lourot us stay
tilers eery oilier night fioin thrco to four
iMo J-'lii'J nroervnlcont this Hat. I have taken
my citizen's clothes theiu when I knew tho
feig. ant mid loundsmen had a O rand Army
or u cjuli meeting and would not boaiound. I
wnnlilgnin nllli taKo off my iinifoim and put
IM mi mj jloiiics uhiint 8 o'clock, and go out to
I II rciid tin eumng.
Ulll f. , l.il,rai"1 nnv Pionio night four of us
1 ,', "! "'e P nronnd went to a faloon four
till l'.' m m5l)0Bt a1"1 Pliyod cards from 7
)11.,'t,'U wonder that citbens who sco these
i n iiiiujs don't complain, but they don't seem to
notice or mind it. One man in our platoon was
iiiamioon anliep one alteration when a man
wai inn ovei by ri horso car. His leg was
l) ,'"'!' nud no one seemed to know how to
"i the hieeding, nor how to ring tor an
MA niiinianco i-o, as they could not And tho
'SB rr !"'""".'. some one ran to tho hospital,
i I W ,., V"' Pibiilnncu got there lust as the patrolman
mil. ami ho nothing wn, said and ho helped put
kns At i ":,''c ournWuot and got tho man in tho ambu-
In, bllt. tll( mai1 ""l '"it blood for three.
ionrU ', TeMi" "l ibonr and was too ficblo for oper.
- i,!!l',",.a,i"ll"l'll bi an hour alter arrival at the
i liouldnqt liko such a thine to happon to
ii,' ' JVt won more lucky.
iua. mv.i.,0 w!!0.r',x rnbboilPH hy sneak thlevoi on
Mm my Uu, po(t tm,, Hmnlnol.t ut i waa ,10t blamed.
T- MRS, RUSSELL'S OUTING
t nearlf .
t ever "Oh, what a beautiful day! Wo shall have
um of i.nr ro.w, "' tu" rh Iter " I as so art aid
!, would rah,.
Tims sj.oi.0 Mia. l'liemlo iluisell to herjonng
"" ,"n'1 " 'bo looked out of tho window that
"light .lime morning when sho had been a biido
srii'1"'' u''', ltiHlM,'itlfnlilay."aaIdMr.ltu.
ou, but ni. tiing his eiant at the glass; " but I'vo
iin oni'einiirows and Weldou to takoadiUo
witii tl.ein, nnd von fee we'll put ofT our row."
Khe,.o,,il,'!.s(,.1i',,1,,"0,l,1,Wi berpilde was up.
a i hi L, ,,', "' ' jeproithed him wit h nisklug
.v. lirnHiiKft ' l,i ' "V!1,1 ,)t,'.,"' "" brolio urmi hlB
inc th ,;,", ",' iiher r her Ufa dopnnde I upon it;
" id, i,?';kl," 'f" inntlimon a chlllln thnso
loiiurnhn . rl. ,1,ht- 1,n" 1!,""'cl1 l''l ,,co"
Klinw m .nIV. " Unt ? yftn. "K Wei . oil know.
th"t .' ,""' , vy '' tlimrciis to bo no mnio of
1 mil u a wifi ,,'"l.rr-f0,R0fl, altentlou, which
..m I oli ormm.flJ,"r',ler lu" '"""'f 0I' '"' "f
allB I wu'MVJ'Wicluui Jtt ea.u. xiiat It. Is hit
allhough I mppoie the sneak thtevci mmt have
watched the houses for days before tho rob
berioi. I, ,as caught at a doff.flght and threatened
with being "broko."but it was dropped aftci
wanls In consideration of my record as a good
1 don't get In any more trouble Interfering
Willi liquor Mores, so I am popular with tho
(.'antaln; and I , look the ether war at small
things n tho strbet, so 1 don't get In trouble
w th rich men's sons nor havo to so to court
witii prlsnnei son my days off so ray life alto
gether is n happy one.
rjome fellows won't say so, and talk of their
lirh ations nud hard duties. I don't! for I don't
ha jo any, nor they don't, cither.
o all get what we can. Of course, tho Cap
tain and his two "detectives" get most, Ihe
sergeants get about what they ask for. When
ono goes on vacation he sends a man to each of
tho cigar fnrtoiies to sar that Hergt. is
going nil and would liko a few cigars. 1'aoh
factory sends a box. '1 hen ho drops in a liquor
store or two and gets n littln contribution Hero
anil there to last him through.
Ho. thn loundsman on a smaller scale, and
wo get in our llttlo tips here and thcro. At a
church wedding or a reception we occasionally
get aeouplpof dollars. If wo net It before tlio
roundsman gets nrnuud it is all right; but If ho
knows nt it he takes half. Of cnurso we getfreo
whiskey, lunches, cigars, Ac, and car rides as
well a theatres, Ac
. 1 of till womlei at Dr. Crosby and others prais
ing the police, bnt it suits us if they like it. I
suppose i no muro crooked than everything
elKois. I navo always been afraid some ono
would tsko up a plan tho distiict polloo watch
men have or pulling a bell every hour that
records at the otllco. When they do that lam
off the police. Then tho llfu would not be a
Woaicall down on Mayor Hewitt for saving
plontv of men could be got for policemen Juit as
good at hair tho money. '1 hat remark polled
il.OOO votes against him. Wo aro quite an In
fluence in politics with our :i.:i()0 vote.
Now lurk, Nov. h. A Haiti Cornell.
A FEW SMILES AND GIGGLES.
FOOD FOR LAUGflTER-LOVERB GATHERED
IN HUMUKOUB CORNERS.
In tue Tnr, Far West.
I from Hi
Cowboy (appearing suddonly In doorway)
Look here, old man, nfy namo Is Hoppergrass
Jase, an ?o ycr darter. , Kin I have her ?
l'aint, :e if rom beneath cover) Bless you,
my son-in-law, bless you;
Ills Pn W'm There.
First Boy I hear you ran off to tho circus yes
terday. Did j on enjoy yourself?
Recond Boy Oh. I had a spanking time. I
found pa there.
They Announced Thenuelvea,
Gllroy I aaw young Oibbon this morning
and be told trie ho had Just returned from
Thomas Yes: I understand his trousers havo
quito an English acccut.
In I he French Class.
tVom Jlarptr'l JlaMr.J
"Johnny, what'a the meaning of Je ne$ait
"I don't know." , , , . , A,
"Then so back to yonr desk and study till
Wife George, didn't von say jon were Ihe
heaviest batter in the nine last Bummer.
Husband Yes. dear.
"Well, would 5 on mind beating a carpet for
mc about half an hour 7
j ' One fined Turn, ifcc.
' ' Llttlo Timothy Tarrylong, put yonr father's
slippers by tho firo and make them nice and
warm. Aren't yon willing to do that much?"
"1 sunwise I ought to be, ma: they make
things nice and warm forme sometimes."
The Money Went Tbl-oomh First.
(from ttt HrUngto Tn Vff.
Mrs. Parvenu Did yon take my advice, dear,
and go through yonr husband's pockets for some
pin money? . . . .....
Mrs. Qnillnon-Ycs. but I found tbat the pin
money bad been ahead of me. There were holes
In both pockets.
A Dlfflrnlt Pent.
Trom tht YonirrM StnUttnan.
Yeast Look at theworkmanshlpon thatbnlld
lug. That must bo very difficult carving.
Crimnonbeak Well, old man, if you want to
are some difficult carving, como down and take
oluncr with me at my boarding-houso Bome day
when wo lime steak.
Why klic Wni a Fnol.
irtom the JliiwMif,i KtpvhHean.
Flossie (die co oring sister Belle and her Henry
sitting side by side) 0 Belle, you've called your-
eelrafoolt Ain't yon ashamed of yourself?
Belle What do you mean, you little simple-
" Anvwav yon said Mr, Brown was next thing
to a fool and he's next thing to you."
A HtrllilnK Resemblance.
I From Judq4.
A more than middle-aged bachelor married a
When a son and heir was added to the family
the nurse was wont to show the new-comer to
Uidtors with the traditional remark:
" Looks like his pa, docsu't he 7''
Ono day a grouty old gentleman who eonldn't
ece the resemblaucn replied with a grunt:
" J ust to; he's quito bald and has no teeth. "
Tbn I.avr Must be Ttesprcied.
From th Cinrfssafl Commtrttal ffsff(
Husband Tho census clerk was In to-day,
dear. He demanded the age of each of the
family, and I was obliged to give him yours. It
was tho law, lie safd.
Wire You did, youbrutel .Law? What do I
cam for law ? John Henry, did you presume to
tell the man my ago?
"Yes, 1 told hlm.yoit were twenty.fonr."
"Oh, 1 suppose the law has to be respected."
To Iteculate the Stomach, I.lver and TJavreU,
pleasure, not hers, that Is to be considered
henceforward. ,. , .. .
And thero was no apology, no explanation; he
did not choose to do what he had said he would,
and sho was not to qnptioii him.
Hho did not. But while they were at broakfat
she spoke for tho first time since her husband
had put an end to her bright anticipations of
some sweet hours on the river with him.
"I shall row to-day. Tom. whether 'yon do or
not. 1 shall probaUy And a boy who can handle
tho oara.( Orl think 1 can manago them myself,
"'"Nonsense, l'liemlo ?" said Tom; " you can't
row-ilon't attempt if. V i e'll go out somo other
dm. Howcvei. perhaps that little shaier at the
boat-bnuc can tako Vou out."
" l'erhaps," sho said, and ovcry woman knows
exactly how she felt, and why she could not kis
her husband warmly as ho went out tokeeplils
appointment with his fi ends and lenvo her for
the day. Hn had put dpno an) thing sown
wrong, hut It wns something sho could nothaie
doiui for a kingdom, ..... ,
"Well, "she said to herself after an hour of
secliiMon. In which she had abed some yry
bitter teais-"woll, at hast ho shall tind ldo
notcaie. I will prove myself as iiullllermit to
him as he to mc. I will go out in the boat with
the boy at the Inat.liome. and 1 will preieijil to
havpenjotcd nivselr tery, niitfh. as ho will, no
lUiubl. And this, is what it.ali come; to, is t?
Well wight dear mamma tell me that romance
STAGE TALK AND GOSSIP.
WHAT 18 BEING SAID AND DONE BY FOOT
Mr. nnd Mrs. I". J. Ilrnlry Ilnanard for
" Klrptomnnln " C'linrlln Dlcksnn Ilnm
Left the " 1'osslblo Cine" t'umpnny
I.nnr Dockstniler to Frorincn One-Act
Operas UeWonfio BlobuvrU's Illness,
Young Mr.Emery.of Charles Wyndham's com
pany, who played a small part in "Da Id Oar
rick, " is a brother of the charming Miss Wlnul
fred Emery, who camo lo this country with
Henry Irving on his last tour. Mr. lhncry was
also one of Mr. Irving' attaches, but ho camo
over more as a companion to his sister and "for
the fun ot tho thing." Miss Lleanor Loshoii,
who is the Lady Oldacres, of "Tho Candidate,"
hasnoior been to America before. In fact sho
has never travelled w.thout her mother and sis
ter. Tloforeshq cnine over her fileinln wrolo to
acquaintances in New ork, aikiug theln to
look alter her. MUs Lcjshon cnjovi tlio ines
timablo luxury ot being a ward in Chancery.
V.. J. Henley and Mi's Mary Hampton, a story
fit who'o Hidden mniriago was told eelunely
n Tur. Kvksinii Wniii.n, with tho statement
that he had given irp an cuiagcmeiit In "Tlio
Hhanty Queen " and she tho hope of atipenriug
In "Shenandoah," nil for Himui's sake,
seem to havo awakened sullicio'itly from
the Joys nt their Han 1'iancisco linucvmnon
to be ablo to look alter btiidtia. They are both
to appear next week In a production of a farce
comedy entitled "KloptomatilR." hy Mark .11 i
fotd, which was sketched in this column when
t was produced in London, Mr. Henley will ho
starred under the management of Mr. Krngh,
who, being an Ktiglishman, has great faith In
Charllo Dickson has left "A 1'ohkIIjIo Case"
company and returned to the city. Mr.Dicksnn
sa) that hehuogerid for Newioilt and had
to come 1 aek to appcarn that hunger. Ho wis
on llroadwavvesterdaylookingdapiicr andensn
as over. Indeed, If Mr. Dickson cannot look
dapper, who In the world can ? An actor who
can claim the fraternal relation with a tailor Im
oprortunltio" which arc distinctly denied to the
ret of the profession. What Kclcey would bo
with a sartoi ial brother is something which tho
moit vivid Imagination could never picture, for
ho la a host without ono.
Lew Dockstador is going to produce one-act
comic ODerns as a feature of his perlormance,
and he is going to pioduco them elaborntclv
and with a tiow to prescutiug their musical
Very llttlo Is heard In this citvof ihe company
that is pla)lug "The Old Hnmsteail" on the
road without Denman Tliomp.on. Jt la said,
however, that tho New Vnrk run has
not b?en without its eflcct on tho travelling
organization, which is doing an a touish
ingiy large buslneis. Archie Ilnvtl who
is appearing as I'nclo Josh Whltconib,
and who will be remembered by New orkers
for his clover work with Neil Burgess in " 1'ho
County fair," is said to give a good perform
ance, copvlng closely that of Demnn Thompson.
In this case imitation is ccrtaiuly a virtue.
Charlie Beed has left "Tho City Directory "
and was in town )estcrdny. Mr. llced modestly
terms himself "only u comedian."
The two reindeer used In tho production or
"Tho Uxilcs," diclined crv persistently to
make their anpcniniicii last night, but woio In
duced to go on. The animals aie rapidly acquir
ing tho characteristics of the members of the
profession, though "Tho Kxtles" n doing a
large business, anil thero was consequently no
reason in this caeo for the objections of the l ciu-deer.
The manager of Oo-Won-Oo Mohawk, the In
dian nctres, writes a virv lung letter to 1'he
Kvenimo Wimi.n with reference to that ladv's
llliiois. A consideration for the readers of this
column Is tho cauip of lti suppression. Huflico
it to say that Mile. Mohawk resumes her reason
next Monday. t
Miss Hobo Eytlnge and Arthur Forrest will be
seen In "Captain Hwift,'" playing tho roles
created at tho Madison riquare Theatre by Mrs.
Agne Booth nnd Maunce Barrymore. at the
Theatre Comiquo, Harlem, next week.
Miss Mildred Itoyaton, a Harlem girl, known
in amateur diamatic oiiclcs, left joslenlny for
tVasluugton to loin the mma Juch Opera com
pauy, l'lnys nnd I'lnvrr In Tlrookljn.
Manager Waterman, of Jacobs' Lyceum The
atre, is happy in tho poessinn of a coiner in
laughter, for l'at Booney is this week malting
his ycaily visit.
The troublesome cold which Miss Minnie
Bchult has been lighting this wick at Zipp's
Casino has caused licr temporary retirement,
and sho is reported to bo quite sick.
Tho animal cntortninment which Adam Tore
paugh, jr., is offering at the Leo Avenuo Acad
emy la proving a source of enjoyment to largo
audicucos at each peiformance.
There is plenty of red tire and thrilling war
whoops in the p ay entitled "On Ihe Frontier,"
whicli llardie and Yon Leer are now giving at
Jacobs' Brooklyn Theatre.
One of the prettiest hits in "Tho Fairies'
Well." at the Qrsnd Opera-House. is the song
bv Larrv Dec and Mona, with tho answering
chorus by the fatties.
The Amphlon stago Is well suited for tho pro
duction of the spectacular play "Bluebeard. Jr."
The soenery, costumes and choruses are) re
Charles Erin Vomer is making a hit at Proc
tor's Theatre in a play of his own adaptation,
entitled "Rhanmi O'Brien." Ho is supported
by a thoroughly capable company.
"Lord Chumlcy " will be followed at tho Park
Thcatro by handsome Cora Tanner in'Tas
cinat'on." suppoitod by Col. Minn's, own com
pany, an organization of which he is raitlcu
laily proud. Mim Tanner has added greatly to
her already line reputation bylur magnillccnt
woikin the dual rolo she w called upon to icr
form. Probably nnthiug in tho way of hand
somer scenci y than that used in this play has
ever been seen in Biooklyu.
Mr. Bising Brlcfly-How's that case of Bill
Jenkins getting along? I see you've taken
charge of it.
Mr. Snap Gammon-Oh. first rate. I Just got
fif tv dollars out of him, and he's to givo me
another fifty in the morning. , .
Mr. ltlsing Briefly J hat's good; but Where's
Mr. Hnap Gammon-Bill? Oh, he's all right.
He's In jail.
illerelv I'nlrrnn! l'rlile.
trVnm tht Lincoln Jouraat
When Col. Evergreen camo downtown the
other morning, several of his teeth wcro missing,
his eyes were of abluc-blsck and his nose looked
disconcerted and uncomfortable.
Htill he wore a beaming smile.
"Colonel." remarked a lnend. "what aro
you grinning about with your faco pounded up
like that ?"
"The fact is." responded the Colonel.feel
Ingly, "I have ala)s belelvcd that my sou
Hcnrv would never amount to anything. Ho
grew impudent this morning and 1 endesvortd
to correct him with an old fence rail. To my
surprise and delight ho sailed into meand licked
mo all around the barn and across a ten-acre Held.
I toll you hn has in him the qualities of ono of
nature's noblemen t"
was soon over. His male acquaintances are
more to him than I alreadv fast young fellows,
ior whom ho has no, friendship, either. Nor do
1 know how they will spond their lime, either."
Very angry by tlds time, she tossed on hei hat
and walked towards the boat-house. Tlio boy
was not there; only a sleepy old man. who ssid
that he would I e away until noon; bnt as sho
stood ii resolutely beside her boat hers, and
named after hei tlio " I'hemio "n voice behind
her uttered hei name:
"Mrs. lltiiselil" . ,
8hc turned. It was Mr. Declinus Bodcr who
had spoken. and who now held out his hand with
a nry chainilng 'lnilc. Hewas a middle-aged
bachelor, but very handsome.
" Delighttul morning, Mrs. Iluisell, for a
"Yes," said Phemle. " I thought I should
fine the Pnv.but he's not here. 1 supposo 1 can't
niannue the boat myself?" ...
" Ob, no. A glance at those little hands tells
me that," said Mr. Under. " But here am I at
yourseivice. May I have tho Pleasure ?'
" If it is wrong," said Mrs. Itussoll to herselt.
"it is Tom's fault for It aviiigine. "
Then she gave a smiling " os. please. "to Mr.
Bodcr ami stepped Into tho boat, which he
pushed llghtlyfrom jho shore.
Then, handling tho oars deftly, he asked:
" Wheie's llmsell-gotio to town?" ,
"No," said Pheiuio; "gout off with somo
THE POET'S TRIUMPH.
Br Tnr. Evknish Wont.nV Poet.
" Gimme a rcn t " the poet cried,
With trnglo gesture, pale, wlltl.eyed;
" (llmme n pen and you shall see
Old Mount Parnassus scaled by me."
tlimtnu a pent
Gimme a pen ! this rolling sphero
Shall silent stand, and wait to hear,
The mlghtv thought that seeketh birth,
And swells abnormally my gltth.
, Glmmo a Pen!
Gimmo a pen, and qui' olnkt
With which to traco this .id'roui think;
This giand original ideo
Which somehow has got Into mo.
(limine a pen I J
Gimmo a pen, somo ink and paper.
This inspiiatlon soon may taper.
My name emblaznuo 1 high shall be,
Immortal famonwaltcth mc
Glmmo a pent
All things wcro brought, the poet's eye
Boiled like a dying duck's on high.
As th rough his hair his fingers slipped.
The waiting pen he tightly grip ed.
Halted this mighty, rolling sphere.
And clust'riug stars drew twinkling near,
Whllo all the univer-o stood still
To catch tho thought hti soul did fill.
With hopeless eyes the pen ho views.
Whllo lummagiiig his brain Inr clues
To that elusive, wondrous thought
That somehow in his bialn had caught.
Ho objurgated earth and air.
And vasty deep in his despair;
From tlio giav matter in his head
Tho thought sublime, alas, had lied I
The grim and cynical old world
A foiceful observation hurled,
Then on its axis once moro turned.
And poets over after spurned.
Then twinkled merrily the stnrs,
Whllo Jupiter nudged the libiof Man;
And laughter, soft as fountain's play,
Wem ripping down tho milky way.
Tho universe took up the strain,
Till round and louud It pealed again.
And spheres unknown to man awoke
To join in laughter o'er tho Joke.
The Jolly waves of glad uproar
Beat boist'iously 'gainst heaven's door;
Saint l'jter staled, and then averred
It was the best Joke he had heard.
no told it to the angel guard,
While smiles i el tied his viiago hard.
They told the happy souls within.
And heaven waj life with laughing din.
Tims, from tho Jaws of suro defeat
Tho poet plucked a laurel neat,
For though that thought escaped his head.
He tickled heaven and earth instead.
William Edwabd Peshet.
Hf Could Tnlk.
IVon the SI. friotl Chrrmielt.
Clara It is very embarrassing. Isn't it, Jen
nie, when yon are alone with your bean for the
first time ? When William escorted mo home
last night wo wcro so bashful that we could
hardly find a word to say to each other.
Jennlo Indeed? I bavon't found it so.
"Not at all. My bean talka all the time and
doesn't give mc tho least chauco to feel embar
"Ho Is a good talker, then?"
"Well. I should sniUo,';
" What does he do :f,
"He's a barber." ,.
vTnso baby was tick, ws gsvs bsr Ositerls,
Wbso tbs wss i child, ths cmd for Caitorls,
TThsB sbs bscams Miss, sbs clans; lo Csstons,
Wb.u she had Uaildrsn. ah tars Hun Casteri.
"With tho chanco of being here?" raid Mr.
Boder. "Will, 1 can't understand that."
"But )ou will when vou aro a man led man,
Mr. Boil, r. "mid tho wife, still smarting limn
the til si wound to lur self-etUem. " mill
know, when )nu'vciiiauugiid to make some lady
altogt'lier yoni own, how "
.She Hiippul, lo ling that she was tint doing
right in "!c sk HU thus to haiidsomo Bache.or
l'oder, tut she hid saidiuough. Hohadheaul
all hewunted to. Olio ot thnso men who like
flirtatious with married women, because they
are less dnngeions than those with girls, who
expect them tn culm.nate in utleis of heait and
hand, at ,1 mine iiiexi ctislvo tit boot, hewas
alwa)s on the lookout for moments si ch ss
these, and knew that a woman ,s lie' cr so laiily
won iutu liking atinthtr man as when her hus
band has been neglectful, and her heart is sore,
and ho comes with tho balm of flattery to
" 1 think I must be different from most men."
he said. " People ay inch thii gs to me. But if
1 had a vtife 1 know that 1 should "
He broke ott suddenly, looked Into Pheinlo's
eyts. andgitvoa littln sigh; and so thoy rowed
away together down the river.
Mr. limit r was s good oarsman; and thoy had
gone a long way when certain flowers upon the
anktimpted Phemle with their brightness.
Under was ton gallant tint tn get them lor her,
and while he was plucking them she ton stepped
out and came tohtlp mm. It was a pretty placu,
COMING OUTDOOR SPOUTS.
THE BEnKEI.EY (IVAIi DEEMED INSUFFI
CIENT FOK 'HlB VAIiE-rillNCETON GAME.
Probnlilllir Ihnt the Tlinnltsslvlng llnv
I row, Is AVnuld Lenvo n Itnnin Tor the
l'lnrr-IO,00() Oflcrril lo Mulllviin nnil !
Jnckonn lo Mpnr In t'nllliiriilu Anuiiriir
Mpiirrers nl tlir l.'rlbb Cluti,
There is tin question that the Berkeley Oval Is I
utteily uulltted m a grniiiid lor tho great ale
Princeton fnntlmll game. Tho t eoplc In chargo
nf the gro.mds aeknowloilee that not nunc than
ten thousand pel sons could squeeze into tlio
grounds. Vilint, then, would biniinie ol the
othoi ten thoiinii 1 who would want to get in ? ,
'J line is no doubt that fully twenty thnuntid
will turn out 'lhanl.sgliiig Ilav to Me this
gaiiK. Wnshingtnu 1'aik Jl.vilmll (liti.mds,
llrnoklvii Is tho place to hold this gume. Over '
twenty thuusatid pcoplo can be accoinmndnlcd j
Tho ofllclolshnvlng this matter of tho locality
of tho game in cl arno should act tiulrklv; tlieio
Is no tune to bo lost. It tiny mo inactive, and
allow things to run along as they mo uuwihiitig,
the risult will be nn innimois uiitul) einwd nt
the Bnkelev Oval, wh ch will take'pnssisslon of
the entire football ItcM, lenv u: no lonui tot tlio
plajers. with a result. v that thegaiiio
would Imv ) to Ixi po,tni
'1 ho lleikclcy Oval w . .rv fonllsh sehctlon
In thc tint piarc. nud wliyltcnine to he elm-en
Is n Hosiery. Chango tho location tn Wnsh ug
liiglon Park, nnd doiit ijiilcKly. to that time
will bo no liiiiuiidiistsudiug.
rrosident 1'iibln, or the Caliror"ln Athletic
Club, has until n tn tiululs in the East Ihnt
the Club is willing to put up a pime nf $lf,uuu
tor Jackson uud diilllvoii to boxloi.
Axtoll, tho famous trotting stallion, with n
reeoid of ''. 1", is nnolnict of g'tnt iutni-st
wlieieter he goo. '1 ho most ngit enie I t ikiu
ot lulu and two glooms arc in cuustuut nttiinl
auco upon his mujesty.
Columbia College nnd Htevins Iiutltutu ilny
football tills alterunon at Hohokcu.
Prof. P. J. Pitzlin.whn claims tn he ' i-
plou liiifldh -weight ol tho Sitl,wM, , ,z
to meet any uiiddKwclght in Ainerien .unu
some lesnonsiblecliib fm n suitah.o purse, win
In r to tako nil. Ifc, will put una depoiit at nny
time to show that ho menu husiuc.s.
Prospect Park, Brooklyn, will lo tho scene
neit Satiirdsy of n veiy livelv game of himtbill
between tho rrack Ha-hruuik Institute and tho
Prospect football tenuis.
The annual amateur boxing tournament of
tin' Cr.bh (.'liib. of this city, vvi I take plnco
Dec. 14, nt Pnrcpa I all, eoimr l.luhty-sisth
stiect slid 'J hu d nveuue. '1 lie following me tho
scheduled events: Dnnlsm.wcight, Kl'i poiiiids
and under, mid a special l'J."-pnuiid class. A
handsome gold wnlch goes to hist and a silver
w h to cc u 1 in laeh eiont, if ovir lour
v are nceivod In ia, h r ais. Entiiesclosu
I n. with the Kicii'tary. 1" West Olio
Hiiiiuiud and 'lweuty-eighth street.
llnchev Bojlo Is n 1 fl.'.ponnd boxor who Is
steadily valuing ground In the lavnr ot sporting
men. It is probuhle he will he matched against
the best of 111. class LlIoio loii.r.
The Fcottish-American Athletlo. Club will
show up very strongly nt the l"x ug chnmpinn
shipot the A. A. U. It has man) si.illul boxers
in its i.inks.
The American Athletlo Club will hold a cros
couotr) run over tho Fort (Icoige cuuiso next
j if low hare a j
COLD or COUCH,
ncuto or Icaillns; to j
SGOTf fS j
I OF PUStK CO I.ITF.K Oil. j
I AKD UrPOPHOSPniTES :
i Or X.UIE AXD SODA (
I iss OTJiun atrnn iron. nr. t
I This preparation contains tho sltmuln (
( ting properties ot tlio llmmjihrniihllt i
I and fine JVorirfpfnu Out lAvrr Oil. Cs, ,1
hy physlalnns nil the world over. It Is ns j
) palatable a mill:. Three times as efflca. (
( clous as plain Cod I.lver Oil. A prrP-rt (
( Kmulslnn, belter than nllotherimmlft. For )
all forms of I Tasting niamrt; BroncUUlt, )
Scrofula, and as a Flesh Producer i
there Is nothing liko 800TT'6 lnUl8IOH. )
J Itlsrnld by all Druggists, Itnoonoby !
I profuso explnuatlou or Imputli lit eutroaty (
I induce you toaccopt a subbtltute.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE GENTLEMEN
f V My cliilms for Oils Shoo
iA X over all oilier JJ Shoes
sp advcrllseil, arei
m TilrnL JT F " eontnlns letter n,a-
Z9 JtwPcvF terlal. Il Uinnrc sijll-h,
faf r I Mtirfllilmruiiuiluralile,
S v lislu-lKiiirsinirat.,t-
Vl JfH J lfuilliii,. 11 saves moro
V ySl Mom) fi r II e eiiii,iimr.
1 XJsV'skM. lis rnM success Isilue tu
r -- J Pieill. Itiaiu.nl be ilu-
J pllcnu.I hj jny ml it
TU J i.ntutuctiiiir. If is the
ta V-c "" s. I''t In Hie mo'IiI, nmlliM
XV V- ' yN. Isrftr ileiiuiisl Hmii uujr
x l SrS ollnr$JMireaitiirtlH.il.
Rfi flflfl will tK psM tn nnj pron win will prove
Pvl)UUU the alHiieHsleineiils lulu iinlnie.
Ksnmlne nir W. "14, Sll.nn. R'J.no, es.ait, K'i
Flioet for Men. Mv fVJ nmt !,; Huh for llnyg
sre the host. I miles all nr mv S:i nnil HM S,.ss,
vvhlrh are of ihe hest msierl it, he-t ami !,(
fllllns In ll.o worn VV ' ! i tlriK-Mr.i Vfa
SPI!('IAf..-V. T,. Ilpiiolns M 1 sre Jrnln
Mine lor t Jenilrmen, vvlih I, envy tnp olr nnil
f Jrletlr vTMIrr-rrnnr, Is liistnnt, I r.ninliii'i.
v'. (,. lloinlns's nnme nnil price nrr Miunipc 1
on the bottom u' ull ulsa'lverlUeil .ImrH.
NKWYOKflTY-l.ft.,llT.v;il.l,H,in. IDT I
mv. . 4 1.1. 15tm,iai4 -M ., nun, ,l'l. T.'. ll.M,
io:,a, iiitui, :ii:ti, M.h i.. :i-' 77.t. 'ur. nn
c. 4(l!. 80."i lOthST , T'JI), UT.I4I 1 Ato. A.M
lltils lloiua 11411 ilri-,,1 tt , llawrr. M.', lift.'. 'M
'niton t.. ."( 1 C'snvl it eumr . Cntl.i.ail
lewrj. 45H llrnvlwsv, tortir I rsnti ls7 vs, 11.
rnrnsrsitnsTS. and 14thst. 1UI, L"-l irnwlctin ,
1I4IIW l'JMhst. rorii'r VYbltrlllU sml Mwwsts , Jt
Nfff t'htmh.rstt. Ull Nn.ssil st ror. .lolln
nilOOKI,Vrf-llrosdwr. fl'l'l Ull, Ml-.. lO'll.
1S07 Knlton st , -J47. :ll Court , . US-Grind
n .111. 'J1I .MjrtU vv.. it, Wl. lolumMa l , '.'7.
Klslnih srn,, 1U7.
JKHSwy rlTV-Nswirk t 40, 4H. '03, Nortl
ss .U34 (InnsM., 477. Uomu,nlK 4s , 4S3.
NrWAUK-M.rV.t t., HI, -'UJ, Urusd . . Jl'
and they lingeicd for somo liniout dei tho great
I. in that shs ed It. ai d when st Inst a i re;, at
J'hunle's watch lohi her how late it was, tin y
hurried back to tlio boat, it was gone'
"Ynutitilit, of course. Mrs. Bussed ." nkcil
Bodir. , , , ,
And Phi miv s conscience smote h r. She bad
forgotten to tie it-forgotten altxgetlu r. It
had floated awsv. and n nun did It del inn
along tho osuk and piei down tuo uvir. It
was nut m s'ghi.
"And,' said Ilndei, "I don't know- that
there s another bout to be had. I'll tiy,
He did try, but thoi'gh he spent two hours in
the search no bni.1 w.is to he had.
" And we iiin'f irnih hou e," he said ill answer
to Pie Piles declaration that tin y must. "Inn
can t imagine the instance b llicuml. or w I at
a road tt is. All wo can do is to go en n bt He
wn). Ihero i a hotel up yni .In nn tin hi 1:
we will tal.e limch-)ou mist In -innel-and
wecan bisca tian tn go muni, in. Wnlr, Mv
deal Mis. Itus-ell, it would tukc us until mid
night. , ,
Poor Pheinie Vlehled to nece-sit), nnd ihey
went to the hotd tour, I n, nud a In.ieh wss pm.
entl) placed be nil u tliem. As torn convevaiiee.
one was cxie ted in, in an hour. Jim. added
the infoiinsnt. "wo can't bo sine. No calcu
lating iHisitnely. '
"And (t was ;t o'clock!" sal 1 Phcmie.
"Vei.'1 said Mr. lloder. l,ics, it is cor-;
Ilnllts Misses' ntut Clillilrcn'a flno
(Moults nnil Kiirs closing out ut nbout
HAliK KMKMKIt IMtlCHS.
I.udis' N'l'wtnukilH, r?7.ri(); formorlv $15,
I.ndiis' NewmnikolR $ II.TiO ; formerly i!5.
I, lilies' NiwiirirLois, $-," ; fiinnerly $10.
Liidiis' Jnol.ets, y."; formerly SIO.
I.ud in' .fiicl.ets, $7.,"0; forinorly fi.".
I.ndics' Jnekets, $1). 7n ; fnrnurlv 20.
I.ndies' Pliisli .luckcts. rH; formerly 15.
I.r.diis' Plush .Inekois, . $15 : fnrmor'y 525.
LnllcH PIiihIi Sncquia, $1.'J.."() ; wero 125.
1 n Ho-. I'lush S'nciiueR Vfi'24 ; worn S1'.
Lndlch' l'lush Nowmntkols, yiJl); wero 60.
Hnlr Cniip., 1"? former.y 9.
l'ltisli Cnpes, !H.r: furnier'y i8 75.
Astrielnu Cniioi. .4..JK) ; formerly ?10.
I'orsinii I.inib (V.pes, MUS. 7"; fnr'i.erly f25.
Per"! n l.ii-i b Cepes, $15." i forinorly ,10.
Heal Si ul Ciipcs, 40; fnrmerly (i).
(irri.l vnrlety nl I'L'Ils mill .1I.es' nud
ChllilreiiS CI.OAISS nt lower prices than
nu nthcr Ik, use In Anierten.
IN m ivoil to their Now IlnlliHiiir,
16th St. and 6th Ave.,
M'licro they tlevnti- Kivo Klimrs to
('luillis, .Suits nnil Knrs Kxidn.lvi'ly.
I'srls, W! It'iB IM.unnilrrs. findon, tf,1 Olforil St.
fli. J. Mabrenholz's .
A Sf ecial Bargain
'f Pvlli, (JiuillO Patent.
1 rnllirr I'.crnitllly l.ncr
''JiIm 7 3,r ,'c,, ,','n,, ('n,r' Hrlri'y
llsllr I "nsil-Hiwril t iingrrs or 111, I.
leiiji I inn (inliers, .ltmlr I'rder .11 t
llivl ( ',,,,, HiiirrUIon nnd In tlir
lllff I rlr nid l;nsblnrnble l'roueli
1(1 I'll "'e' nrr nflpred nt
Fiji formerly f? I a.OO.
IM 1(53 Broadway
S l si (ttlwten "Gill and X'llhslO.
Our Jewelry Is exclusively
of Gold and silver.
THEODORE A. KOHfJ & SON,
50 West 2sJd St.
Ir PATON'a ltl'MAIir.KOOMPOU.fllferl.AniES
rs -nle, I'linilpt. Illferliml. TlisorlclnaUndonlj
itpnulue Wmtmii's nlvntlou. I'rtlcdsrs(ielil),
,' sttliips, Aillrnss TATON MI'.I) SPKCIPIL' CO,
Ttiii'on. Miss, hotd nt ilrjuslits. nr ; mill. A..I. I) t
m. N". 10 Aslor lions, .ud Ni 'i VVs.t 14th St., and
I' A. Marsh, 111 stk. in 1 l'J.'itl, il . .V V , d ttnltoa
lirtte Co, ant all ilriisr .1. In Mr"oVlvn ali ihjm
IIPWAHlllr llvNUKItUlW UUI'AnO.I.S TAKK
lilt l A TON'S OM.Y
PIUS liri'AIIIKI) AND Hl'.AI. OAiniCNTS
s't'Tt'd In Ills litvit stiipos pntinptiy. as ws l.rw in.
rnin.1 cull llltli Inr smh work, H. 11. MJU.NT,
fi hn.! IPtli si , nesr th v.
TUOSP. WHO WIKH TO PIlAtTIBP. P.CON
omrliuld 1'ur OAltrKH'rt I.n I'l.e. LlVhll 1'II.IJ.
l'orty ills In s .1st enly onuplll a dots.
WKI K M(IM)Y, NOV 11. KAT. MATIN ER,
irEilAW.'wi'.XSAr I SAID PASHA.
V... I, Monday, Nut IS, IlKKKVX V
VASIM) llnOAIIWAY AXI) .'t'.lTIl ST.
i HASKr: hie drum-major,
1 Artini rt, .Ml. H-its r serM iwo wtkUwdran:e.
' TONY I'.XSTOIl'-s TIIKlTIti:. I ITII NT.
6pi;sip" nitAMU',r UK SUl'fSI
pnucmii ri)NV l'"'"11 ASU !KW co-
DU flE.H ILL. .MATINKF.Ti;r.SlUYMUIA
(I owsoni, ItiLwrs1: I rsry sot n
A'viiti. Si;m ciii)'s.'t w.n ittiAH.
' nvKKi"us. "iii)ii " vim f: i ukiu v at : is.
AT1M! Jll Till' TIU BOWIIHY, nur CA.NsI,.
V Till IllC.v. PIS llalinsfl
A III- in tlotneutr" nu.ual dllml, Satnrla;
Ivc-cnis lit' V Ut. s; '.
Jviikturek CI.AHA VO,lRIK ill IlKShK 1)1. MOltAY.
AMIIFIili THIIATIIK. Ir.ins Plus. ,. AIM it.
lo-u-ght, raariri in frriinl I ritr. 1 rl'lif, Sirsll
mann, VI s-Ailmilil Mlur lar vlitinss, 1'iMlfrinans,
i Itidiw, rmiilt, lsr lisr'rs anil (Islohrl" Iraueu.
hl UHrs Mslit, MUnon, Monday, oi. Xo.
I TI C MINFK'S PEOPI.K'S rilFATISf.
'II. VIIS-I MAl'lli: l!RNOEIt
! In .Mn Kills lleud'r on'i n ationai llnma.InU Acts,
l.. iO.tr a I.IKi.
.ll VVeek-t UHNLI.U'K.
talnly:i n'rlnclt. V.ifc has been Under to mo I
than I hopu I. J shall have thu whole day with
Jim. ' i
Put Pheui'e was tlunUini; of rom. and the
dclnatii mors, t m t he me Inr stiupo I to ihoLo
hn. What wiitihl Tom ia ? it, pirhaps,
l sli ti'il he lio-ue liefmii he , nttaT ill. .
Miep'ayel thnt -lie mnjlit. And rt it etved ,
'loin rxupth nylit ton; nnd ii lie slmuld onlv ,
he mn I, run lr lea.oui, not furiously so, "all
would bt- wt II." '
'lb, n .) e tiled to tall, to Mr. It dor. natchinir I
foi tin cm lure ah tl owhile.bnt the hour passed
witlumt In in sin j it; niul hi ut li, i 1 a iKimowhen
the nnd. out i nine out m nn the lawn nnd ie.
nuiKe .iiiei,uiiis-.ii-l Mhti .lli'iu'i woulilsuioly
hn hacli the lollis wnli tla cm. aire. i
' "And when slull we bchoineV ashed Phcmio
' n f Under. ...
: " Ale t lOn'r'ocl, to-nlaht. saldlic.
"lint ti ire wa-s. c.iriuiRO "
I "Tnat's not nun of ivirs, thoiili,"fld tlio
I liinlliiiil. " 1 hose aie slrauve's."
'Jho enrriaco tattled up. 'Ihrco ceiitlcmcti
si rain; nut. I
" piotest:" crlid otic. "My vvlfo will bo
" It dins wives Rood to bo anxious," said an-
j other, wlio had evidiutly had somcthliic to
1 ilriuk. " I ckiii as you aro uning on, Hon t be
ton attentive: it insKis 'em tronbiesotue."
I " Wouiiii, "sn'd tlio tllrd, who had had more
to drink than liU friend and had been mads
lIi:TH0l't)I,ITAN OPIlltA-IIOUHE. Ji
Al.,r.. Henry 12. Abbsy and .Msurlcs Orsu btg r sMl
tpsctfttlr to annoinos tba rr.t Joint sppiaraaM u jmm
tba UullsJ Malum tho 'W,'
l.pilnenl Vlnlln Virtuoso, TV
. t AI1I.CI hAIIANATIi, ,1JFJ
and tbe dlitinfrnUhsd p snist andrnmpoj.r. flll
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MJAI.K OF I'hltlKti Bfll
',' .".0. '.. 1 r.O. 1 and7.tc. Hoses, 12 and $16. W.l
(illNl.lt.M, AIMIISiilDN, I.UO. Mt
FAMILY Clltlll.K, All CENTS. 'fflgr
nr Itox.llltlenlnr Mil, Mnle nl Tickets now &I
Open nt the tletrnnolllmn llpern-llonne. ll
Hielnwn,w I'lniios used m tbesri Coneertm MTlj
worth's sm. I1
THE TRANSPARENT li, f
wii t tiii: ruiXH hays.
A ctitlouB linnc puffli Vorld t
A inirfitl without partllnl. Mail and Kxprttt. M
A ptijuiral wondr(Ntr, m
Tim 1 1 olean ba pUtnly icen running (hroach S
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IAninirs THEATRE. 9
J.vtttititiaatH hat. Mat. at?. aM ,
CHARLtS WYNDHAM. 1
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To-mnrrow (Friday), Bp.rlal Mat. IB
I LITTLK I.OHD PAUNTLEItOY. K
H. R. JACOBS' 3D AVE THEATRE. 1
Afitlnma Mnndar, ThiiriJijr and Satnrrtar, -M ,
wai.tim: . i UNO Kit TUB '
ouand nxpoin or spiiutualism. '
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HOWARD ATHEWEURS I
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Kvcry I.ri-ningat K. 16 Milium astarday st'J. '&M
TVJICI.O'.S OISIIAT ATTRACTION. -
IN rsAltl)Ot-s Ttl.M:ilT, jll
"l'SAV1 the fables. 4 II
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STAR TIIKATRE. R'WAY ASD 13TH ST. '3
Matlnesj wrdnrsdvr ani (Saturday. JKI
SCAN LAN! comki'y I AROOM. 'IJ
BROADWAY THHATRU. CO. 41RT. ST. Jfl
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and MARY MTl'AItr ill
IJIIOOTOR'S 'JIID ST TIIKATRK. , I
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II. R. JACOBS' BROOKLYN THEATRE. II
Maun.i. Monday, Wwlas.daand Saturdaj. dKml
iiAitmu aii von i.iiiut.
In lh r n.sr Military Melodrama, jitml
Nut w.ft. Iloyf. "BU.NiJIi Ut' KKYa ,
ClOI. SINS'S TAHK TIIKATRK, !
'infawk. Matlnor. WVdneiday sndSatnrdsT.
Ml li II IV LORD .
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BRAND oPERA-H0U5E.,K::r.M.Mnt. I
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joIilSoS? ,n THE r A1R1ES' WELL, 1 1
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BLUEBEARD, JR., asVtWVXuy. i 1
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minnie scnurr '?r;xsd il
DAN D, POLK, DORA RAYMOND, DAVENPORT 9J
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Hit. JAriinS-LYCEUM THKATRE. ffl
. Mil. Tunil,), Uur.d.yal,dS.torfay-T1b;,r.mai EjM
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t fir. Popular Prlots. IIuum-. Crod.d. OAO, .(
1 W.ili,.No( 18 -llardie and Von Loar Ut JfJ
verr roleinti liv it -" woiiieti are oiacttns br afl
untitle, inn liuiKt show lliein that nun Is tbe Mw
superior nnil hn 'Ine t'oHlitentoashebarulutor. W-U
Lut's isve muio cliatiiPJatur.' , ,, 'IS
' Well, vou mav bo rn.'"t In ft measure," be J9
can tliL llrst. 'lln'ii lio paused anil started, ami U
insile arnsli tnr.vanl. 'mm
"I'leiine," lie crleil. " lmvv iln von come VM
lieie?' ami lie rn.'nnleil her rseoit vrltli a frown. '-fiiH
"I ilnlti t tie tbe boat, anil it cut array." mill Mm
I'll lnle. , 9j
1 "llmnles'iireof a tow vntli Mrs. llussall has !
cmli-l in n litt'c n citent,"i.alilMr. Uoder. "rto 2m
nro nalt iijtnrsinUVCjaucuwliU'li vvaacxpo.'teil &W
back nt the hotel. " . , , , 3M
'lum looKeii nt lils rhemie. It was adecltive Mtm
inemout. ltut she found huiself eiiual to it. WM
"VimLiiiiw I wanted a mvr this mnrnluu. 4JB
she .aidiitiict'). " I niviavs have what 1 want, !
mini i ')v. nnd as vult hml nit tlnie, and Mr.
lloder liiil, why Mr. l'oder molt mc out. I'va M
1 rn i 1 myreit vi ty, vor.vm ii'h, .tr. Uoder Is "Vfl
a I ttor o.i! minn tlisn you, rum, reAlly, and VtS
. vviih.nehada mo't ilfillitht ulln.ieh." ia
'Ihe pstly vvent hoinstu tw,i vtaironclti-s thai Slmmi
niulit, .Mi. lloder bet neon the two 1,-mitlemeti XJI
I ho hud aired their vl ws on th woman iuesw Km
' tion. l'licuuo and loin toaother. , ,T?mml
"And when next joudeslie to co anywhere, fmMl
rhetnle," raid Torn as tUey ilroru throiiL'h tho jM
luooiillfflit, "remember J am always nail to lm
And I'hemio alwayalound him to. VH