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TnE WORLD; FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 15, 1889. 5 W
CAST YOUR VOTE.
"The ETenlng World" Oilers a Sword to
the Most Popular Militia Officer.
And tho People Are to Deoido Who
that Officer Is.
It Is a Spoclat Election and Pro-
vlous Registration is
You AH Have Your Favorite, to Send
In Your Name and Swell
While Germany, Great Britain and the other
European powors maintain, at an expense
startling in its proportions, Immense stauding
armies, it is the proud boast of the citizen ov.
erclgn of this Itepubllo that our standing army
is scarcely larger than the police forco in a big
With a continent to protect and interests as
widely different as the poles to reconcile, Colum
bia gets along nicely with '.'0,000 men, in
When Alexander's royal guest had been shown
about the domain of tho great King, almost
breathless in his admit ation of the wondroiisly
beautiful city, he pondered a moment, and then
exclaimed: "0 exalted King, where are vour
walls for the protection of your grand city t"
" Como with me; 111 show you my walls," re
plio.i Alexander the Great, and he led his guest
out to a broad, open plateau, where were drawn
up in full caparison the armies of the King.
Look 1" exclaimed Alexander, tears of pride
welling to his eyes, "These are my walls
rery man's a brick 1"
Now the walls that surely guard the land of
freedom are not made of armed warriors, steeled
to war. They aro made of tho patriotism al the
free-born American. To her citizen soldiery
may this country turn in time of menacing dan
ger and there need be no fear of the result.
In every city of America there is a regiment, or
a company at least, of citizen soldiers, made up
of men whose lives are devoted to the avocations
of peace. They band together, sacrificing many
hours to the tedious drill and the study of tho
art of war that they may be ever in readiness to
fly to the aid or defense of their country.
There are fifteen legimentsof militia In this
Htate and half as many more in New Jersey.
They are called the National Guard.
There aro four regiments in Brooklyn and
seven in New York City, two in Buffalo and two
provisional regiments made up of separate com
panies in Auburn, Blnghamton, Geneva, Utlca,
Oswego, Wktertown. Syracuse. Elmira, Albany,
Troy and other cities. They count something
over twelve thousand men.
They are ever ready to quell riot, to protect
life and property and to keep the peace.
Tbey are just as ready to light.
There is no phase of the life of the staid
American citizen more worthy of admiration
than that embodied in the performance of the
citizen soldier. He is not coerced in any form,
but volunteers for his five years of service on
call as a National Guardsman.
Tnz Kvksiko World feels that it is to the pres
ence of this citizen soldiery that we owe our
peacefulness and freedom from lawlessness, and
that these same militiamen form a bulwark in
whloh the nation may put its confidence and
fear no evil from foreign invasion or civil strife.
And those of the National Guardsmen who
I have y earnestly labored for the perfection of
the service that their merit faas received recog-
nitlon in their election to posts of command by
their fellow-soldiers. The Eve mo World be
I lieveshavo been justly honored and are justly
It proposes to find out Vho of all the field
I and line officers of the National Guard, States of
I New York and New Jersey, Is the most popular,
I and to that end each of its readers will be given
I an opportunity of n aming his or her choice.
I It has prepared this ballot, whloh the reader
I should cut out and, filling in tho blank with the
H name of his or her favorito officer, his rank
H and post, and signing it with his or her name
H and address, send it to Tns Evemino Would:
H TnE Evkniso World popular vote on :
1 : the officers of tho f.iitlonal Guard of :
m : New York and New Jersey,
H : 11 choice is
H ! Bank and Post
B : Signature of Voter
The Governor of each titato is the Commander-
in-C'liief of tho National Guard of the State, and
each of the members of his staff, generals,
H major-generals, brigadier-generals and their
j stall's, consisting of surgeon, assistant-surgeon
and others, colonels, lieutenant-colonels and
j majors are field or staff officers, and iu time of
battle aro mounted. Captains anil lieutenants
are lino officer. .
j The reader pf The Evrsiso World may vote
for any officer of the militia of the neighbor
M,B cept the Commander-in-Chief.
I J0""1 mo,t PP"1,r Held or line officer, as do-
cldeJ u this popular vote. The Evenino World
will present a magnificent field officer's sabre or
line officer's sword, worthy of his rank in the
ttn army of the world.
I e ",l,re or ,wofd ' P'ece especially made
j 'or The Evenino Wobld content by that famous
j"" f military equipments. B. M. Wbltlock,'
" onrtlt avenue, and is a marvel of grace and
buty tn.l elegance.
"i I W,lUlook writes to The Eveninq World:
beg to acknowledge receipt of your order
,r "toe to be made specially tor The Even
wnWoEMj after an entirely new design. The
oiaile will be made of ihe best quality of steel,
Mtidsomely etched, with tho name of the win
n ng officer upon it: scabbard of steel, heavily
nickel-pUtcd; mounting all hand chased and
''cry elsboiate rattern. heavily gilded and
nandsoniely burnished: guards made of single
w l c.ht,ed br ba" fcvlly Bildad and
ournithsd both on the top and underueath the
Brerdi gup, .itherof hark skin or embossed
JJ ..fT,,r """"'Plated, according to the
raw of the officer winning.
an,7 eJt,ero " " word Will be entire ly new.
na nude especially for The Evekiko Wobld.
ul i'!rT,rd the ,ower Mtof cabbardwiU
""raved in au appropriate design, aad upon
l . .
I the upper part of the scabbard tho inscription
and the name of the officer winning It will bo
1 engraved. Yours very respectfully.
Tn Evekiwo World 6Ulvrrtent to the most
popular ameer or the Motional Ouara of the State
of A r ib lork ana A'ew Jrrtev a beautiful sword
V unique ana appropriate aettgiu
The moit popular otucer tobeaetermlnea by the
ballote cost 61 reader or The Eveximo World.
JKach render may role once ontv,
-fill in the blank as prescribed ana matt it to
"dm. lltll ana Oreen. Commanaere-ln. Chief
or the Aatlonal Ouara of their reipecttte Stalee.
are etctuOtd from the conteet, all othen, f)-om
tfroeant lo general, now Iu the mttltta eervlct,are
in the race.
FIELD AND RING SPORTS.
MUTUAL CONCESSIONS EXPECTED BY HAR
VARD AND PRINCETON FOOTBALL MEN.
"That suggestion made in The Evenino
World to establish au emblem significant of
thobilllatdchamplcuahlp is a good one," said
Billlardlst George Hlosson last cveniug. ' Homo
such trophy Is Just what is needed to stop this
constant bickering between rival champions of
the cue, each claiming to be the champion.
Perhaps some of tho biUiard-tatlo manufactur
ing companies may' act on tho suggestion this
The fact that both Princeton and Harvard
evinced a conciliatory spirit nt yosterday
meottng at tho Fifth Avenue Hotel, and au evi
dent desire to drop the queittiou of the cligibll.
ity of certain members to their respective foot
ball teams, proves that both colleges are de
sirous of pnttlug their strongest teams iu tho
field. If Harvard were to cause Ames's retiie
ment then Princeton might retaliate and cause
tho dismissal of several of Harvard's men from
Doth colleges are plainly in the same boat
After all, it a man chooses to come back to col
lego and study there an entire year for the sake
ot playing bootball in the Fall it seems as if his
wish ought to be gratified. All the men open to
question have now got to remain at college till
next Hummer, accoidiug to the revised rules.
1 his will effectually stop a repetition of this
sort of business next year.
Pat Farrell, of Pittsburg, has challenged La
Blanche to box for S1.0UO a side and a purse,
the latter to bo oftercd by some first-class ath
Little Cal McCarthy will have a great deal to
do this Winter if all the would-be challengers
come to ihe scratch. After he has finished on
Mlkp Nolan ho will, peihapx. have to add tho
woolly scalp of Dixon, the colorod leather
weight, to his belt.
Tho fact that Jack Ashtan foolishly drank
over half a pint nf brandy just before he
stepped into the ring to spar with Oodfiey, is
having its effect on the Providence boy's ad
mirers. Thoy think that had ho not keen under
the influence of liquor he would never havo lost
the match. Now they are egging him on to
make another match with Godfrey.
The Star Athletic Club, of Brooklyn, intends
putting in a strong lot of boxen at the athletic
champion contest at the Metropolitan Opera
There will be a big athletic tournament in
Boston this Winter, which is to last one entire
day. Athletic sports of all kinds will bo con
tested by tbo most prominent professional
atblotcx of the country, as it is the intention of
the management to otter big inducements in the
way of prizes. The date and place of the con
test have not yet been decided on.
The Prospect Harrier are "out for" the
cross-country championship this Fall. Their
team is composed of veteran cracks.
The Kenwood Harriers is the name of a
recently organized cross-country club of Brook
lyn, which is accomplishing noticeably good
wore In its weekly runs.
T. W. Bates is to allow the professional
sprinter. Smith, of South Orange, three yards
Margin the niatoh 150-yard race for $100 a
aide, which occurs Dec. fi at Providence.
GN. ORLELY IN ST. LOUIS.
Leading Merchant Ilnaile far Intro
ductions la (he Arctic Hero.
A large number of leading merchant! on
'Chance, headed by President Cox and Secre
tary Morgan, vrero recently seen grouped,
about n central figure of interested attention,
sa.ya tho St. Louis Ifepublic, the figure being
that of Oen. Adolphus V. Greely. Chief of
the Signal Service of the United States
Gen. Greely's tall and slender form was
clad in a close.fiitinc cray frock suit, he enr
ried a light-weight overcoat ou his arm mid
wore n silk bat, which he wnt constantly
raising in acknowledgment of the numerous
The distinguished visitor was evidently the
objeot of much ourioslty daring his stay iu
the ball of about half au hour ou account,
principally, of his startling Arctic explora
tion ndventures, and was being audibly de
scribed to newcomers as ' ' Greoly, the man
who almost reached tho North Pole."
In appearance owing to his height, he is
quite distinguished, with iron. gray hair,
whiskors pnrtcd in the middle, a cold, quiet
la.00 and pleasant inauner.
Mis Weltlnti at the Theatre.
I'd write a horrid thing, no doubt, did I compose a
sonnet as to the way 1 dodftd about one
wretched maiden s bonnet.
It was. if I rncall arurbt, the climax of distortion, al
thourh Its width kept to Its henhv-a horrible
I dodarea about, bnt couldn't Una sn open space
around it, until I heard some one behind cry,
"Keep your seat, confound it 1"
"Oh, ho! ah. ha!'' tbs villain cried. "Sparel
spare I" the maiden uttered i and as invisibly sbe
died, some hasty apoerh I muttered.
Now mimic tempests roared their rave I beard them,
that is certain) but all I aaw of play or stags was
the descending curtain i
Low murmurs all the house oppressed at scenic shift,
liurs marie: and at some wild applause 1 guessed
tome climax had been traitlc;
I alto indred tram " Ain't she sweat ?" and bushed
attention centred, and all the "lovellea" inaida
reiwat the heroine had entered.
"l)anK-bangl"I beard a piatol-shot-a dyvnjr excla
mation o I presumed revenge had wrought Ita
I knew they entered iroin the wtnn, beard thrilling
bnrsts ot feeling, but all I saw were birds and
tblnps frescoed upon the ceiling.
Bo wonder not hen f indite a blue and bilious son
net 1 1 paid my dollar for a sight of selllshness
and-bonnot. -I'llttburv Uutlttin.
ltondeati of Nnrrmber.
As Autumn ends across the lawn
In eddies wliiil tho rustling leavesi
Tbs nests sre vacant nmlb the eaves,
Andrlmedace round ber leet lsiliawn,
Svben with lingering atepa ton.ea baik the dawn.
As Autumn ends.
Southward bas Sumuisr's innslo gone.
And welidl) through the fadin sbeavei
Tbs chilling wind lorever grieves;
Ah, me! myovenoat'einpawn.
And Autumn euds.
PensT "t Vf Old Peitnicogiie.
'Twas a Jolly old I edagorue. long ago,
lall ami slender and tallow and dry;
Ills form was bent and bis gait was slow.
And his Ion', thin hall was wMIe as snow,
lint a wonderful twinkle shone in lili ere;
And be sang even ulght ae he went to bed,
"let usbebapui ; down here beluw;
The living should five though the de ad be dead,"
bald the Jolly old pedagogue long atm .
- Knmaon In thr Temple.
lYem CHnsa Ololt i
"After all,"remarkod the student of Scrip
tnre. "Hamson was the greatest dramatlo actor
whoever lived." . , . ..
"How do you make that out:" queried the
listener. . . . . .
"Why, no man." explained the speaker,
"ever brought down the house as he did.
Ne Faith In lb Tlmrpleoe.
Vfin Jvtla )
Grimes-1 wonder what the time is t"
Bagsby (looking)-Fiv o'clock by my watch.
Grimes (disparalngly)-Five o'clock by your
watch means what time t
Tickle Ynr Palate,
id roar digestion, strengthen roar tamach br " Rzx
I Wuii " Wueti tor breakfast swj morning. V
GOSSIP OF T11E GREENROOM, i
LITTLB 0LLIE II OMAN ENGAGED WITH
WILSON BARRETTS COMPANY.
Bfee Will Play SUy Dearer In " The (Silver
Ulnar" Alice Haines Denies the Hrport
of Her Coming .Marriage A Disgusted
Fakir" Member-A Might Chaa la
Little Ollle Homan, the Boston "prodigy,"
who created the part of Little Lord Fauntleroy
in the Hub, is coming to New York to play the
roln of Sissy Denver in "Tho Hiher King."
with Wilson Bairctt at tho Tifth Avenue
Theatre Little Ollle will enjoy the luxury of
being an American in an English company. Hho
played the part in. Boston nlion Mr. Bairctt did
"TheBlhcr Kinrt" there. Tho English actor
was very intich pleaded with tho child. IScCoro
he engaged her ho said ho would like to see what
she could do, Ho, alono tin tho big stage
of tho Boston Thcatro little Ollle favored Mr.
Barrett with an imitation of a young lady
reciting for the first time. Mr. Ilattott was
much tileascil. At tho etui nf the ciiuagcinont ho
pro-ented the olilld with a gold watch, marked
"Fiom Wilson Bamtt to (hho Homaii." It Is
said that Ollle's mother will not lot tho child
rcceivo a salary, a fact which embarianacd Mr.
Barrett. Ollle ha never soon Now ork. Now
comes her opportunity. "The Hilver King"
will lo dono at tho Fifth Aonuo a ncek from
Littlo Miss Allco Haines, of tho "Hhonan
dnali " company, was on llroaduay ycnteiday
looking charming in a tiuht-tlttlng black drens.
(Whv don't all actroses ioar black f) For
some time reports hac been flying around
that Miss Hainos v,as to wed a gentleman
in the company who is viry much older
than she is. The littlo lady denied
it yesterday. "Iteport bas matried me
.already six times," she said, smiling, "andl'ni
getting rather tiled nf it. My mother nould
ill me if h!io thought I was going to get
married. I'm going to nait a little. What's the
use of getting married until vou've got fensn ;
I Have nuue, and don't lutein! to afflict anybody
for somo time to come." Mlsf llalncs Is very
young, or sho would hao known the proper
statement to make. It is: " I am wedded to my
A young girl, a monibcr of "The Fakir''
companv, is very much disgustid with her lot.
"In the first and third acts" she writes, "I
am supposed to Vo a mairied woman. In the
Kccnnd they insist upon my donning short
skirts ami singing in a mcillcv. nrelevantly
and unnecessarily." But farce-comedies hate
relevancy like a certain somebody is supposed to
hate holy water.
Manager Conklln, of Minneapolis, and Man
ager Bcott, or Ht. Paul, arm in arm on Broad
way yesterday, piosented a pleasing paternal
picture. Thoy aro in tho city for the purpose
of " booking attractions "to use tho jargon of
It is said that the Daly version of ' ' Itoger La
Honte," played at Nlblos, is not being use I on
the road. Tho company rehearsed another ver
sion during tho last week of the run at Niblo's,
and are now plaiug it. Mr. Daly's Interest in
the pieco nas confined to the New Yoik produc
tion. Mr. Miner is now in command.
Little Otto Hegner and his papa were sunning
themselves on Broadway. The boy looks verv
bright and attractive in the street, and he docs
not seem to have inherited these qualities from
the paternal side of the house.
A slight change has been made in "Ben-My-Clnee'attho
Fifth Avenue. Dan Mylrca. the
hero, now makes a plea of self-defenso when
taxed with the bootiug of Moua's biother. He
declares that he was attacked by the man with a
knife, and that in defending himself he used
his own knife with fatal effect He is asked to
explain tho cause of the quarrel, but. of cour-e,
refuses to do so a an explanation would cord-
firomise Mona. This is a great improvement to
he play. People wondorcd why Dan Mylrca
permitted himself to be accused nf murder with
out an attempt at self-Justification.
Frank Goodwin's "Luoky Penny" company
opens at Orange. N. J., next Tuesday night.
The opening will be aided and abetted by Com
pany u. of the National Guard of Now Jersey.
Tho company owns some very good names, in
cluding that of t'red Lotto.
Ed Mayo, who has been stnrrlng in "The
Silver Age. " has closed his season, and has gone
to Han Francisco to join his father. It is said
that the Misses Deaves, who started out in
"Chaos Flat," havo also closed.
Mr. Thnrnacrwlll bring Kellar to the Third
Acnne Theatre Sunday nlclit. and promises a
complete expose of Hnirituahsm. He has added
Gablow to tho organization.
Barry and Fay. according to the latest, are to
remain at the Park Theatro until Jan. 1: but
they change their bill and put ou "Irish
Aristocracy " Dec. 1.
Primrose k West's Minstrels seem to be giv
ing the lio to tho statement that niiuntreNy is
dying out. They aro at present playing In New
England, and repot t says that thev are engaged
in the cheerful pastime of breaking records.
They will be seen hero again this season,
In I. nek.
Sam Heard yo' was robbed last week.
Wallace Yaas. Had my watch, chain, studs
and eyeglassei tuk. It wus good I didn't hab
my new fo' dollah pistol wif me.
Ham Why J
Wallace Kase dcy'd or tuk dat, too.
Deserved Ihe Job.
from fS CMcaqo Htrald.
Stranger I'm au experienced barbor, and I'd
like to get a job iu your shop.
Proprietor You! You would never do at all
with that bald head. A customer would laugh
if you should ui-K him to buy a bottle of our cele
brated magic hair restorer.
"That head's all I iuhu I'd bo the man that
used tho hair restorer that Jones sells iu the
shop around the corner. "
" 1 nivnr thought of that. I guess you can
go to work. "
I Necessary In Know.
Old Lady (in drug store) I'd like to look at
some tooth-brushes, youuu feller.
Clerk--lo-, ma'am. Ileal ot false?
This powder never varies. A marvel of parity, strength
sad wbo'eeomene.s. Mere eoonomleel than the rdl.
nan kinds, andoannot lie said In eon petition with the
multitude ot low lest, short wetjht alum or phosphate
powders, M4"'y """ RoiaL Uaxigo l'ovuia
Co.. 100 Waty-su. . V.
ITIIE JOKERS' STOREHOUSE.
FUNNY BITS OF CHAFF COLLECTED FOR
flad Result af Kxposnre.
I From Mvmtty't W4tkly, )
Grafton Aw what's the mattaw, deah boy!
Hpwalncd jour wist I
"Naw rheumatism. Left one of mo rings oft
tho other day, )o know, and caught cold iu mo
!, Tim.. '
Haberdasher Hero is n very prolty necktie,
sir. It I called "Thol'rogiossite."
Customer Well, it's too progtessivo for me.
I'o got one like It at homo and whenever I put
it on it prorpos upnter my collar, and half
nay to tho bald spot over tni left eye. Glniinu
one a littlo hlnwer noniolhing that'll stay down
w itliout a clock weight.
An Exrrptlon Wnnled.
Fiom Ih na;i
Pastor (to count i y couplo he has just married)
Man lage gives you each certain duties. The
husband must protect his wife, but tho wlfo
must follow him ctcrywheio.
Fat Bride (w ighs '-'Oil pounds frowns anx-ously)-()h,
sit, cMi't that bo chaugedl My
husband Is a letter carrier.
IFnmt ftm 1
Louise (of New York) What 1 Have you
been marrlod eight times, Elsie I
Elsie (of Chicago) Yes; Ve hsd eight hus
bands. And I'm been ery fortunate too; not
a single one of them died on my hands.
From Ih Hnj, 1
Boarder What is tho reason I don't have a
naokin any moro?
Hostess (severely) Because, beforo you eat
you always take it to wipe your plate, oup,
saucer, knife, fork and spoon, and that makes
tho napkin so dirty that I have to give you a
fresh ouo each tunc.
Can Never Die.
fyrom th Laurtnc4 Amtrtcan.
Nickloby Do you know, old man, your bald
head reminds me of the memory of Wash
Squeers Of the memory of Washington T
Nicklcby Because it can never dye.
It rlpolleit a Hale.
New York Woman Pshaw, mother! you don't
want that hat. People will think you are in
your second childhood.
Mi linery Clerk (aside) What is she. madam
in her third T
lyrom IS. Topical Hmrr.
Top, Jr. Please, sir, I can't do this sum.
Master What, not able to divide ten shillings
between two brothers T Have you a brother?
. "Vwwll. Snpposo von had ten shillings to
be divided between you two, how much would
"Nothing, sir. if he divided it."
' Ostrich Fashion.
JVomA. rVrr llautt Expreta,
Miss Jennie Yen, it is a very pretty costume,
but don't you think it's rather audaoions to
wear in public, dear?
Miss Lama Why,, yon littlo goose, I will have
my mask ou all tho time. This is a mask ball,
don't you know?
Keep It Dark.
From Srolllh Ai(., J
A lady of uncertain age, who likes to makes
great tuss about everything, although pretend
ing to detest it, asked Tom Burke the que dlont
"Mr. Burke. 1 hate been thinking thittitis
no up making a fims about birthdays and won
der how I can manago to keep my birthday
"Keep it to yourself." replied Tom, with the
air of a philosopher.
fVm Ik Troy TYm..,
Littlo Boy Our cook has gone away, and I'm
awful glad. Now mamma will have to make tho
cake, and msmma's cake is always heavy.
Guest Well, 1 declare! Do you prefer heavy
Little Boy Yes'm. You get more chewin' in
from Jujgt, 1
"Did you say you thought Browning was
going out of date ?"
"Well, yes; it appears so tome."
"What do you base ronr opinion on?"
"I saw a paragraph in u newspaper saying
that he was all tho rago in the Society circles of
Von Judgs. 1
Young Jokar "A little nonsense now and
then is relished by the best of men, "you know.
Old Money-Hags (angrily) But I'd hao you
understand, sir, that I'm not one of the best of
What nibnlous Means.
Front ih H'aiMf.tf(n foil.)
A Kentucky gentleman who recently came to
Washington to consult with his member of Con
gress about an office under the new Administra
tion was asked yesterday by a gentleman from
Boston whether it is leally truo that the people
of Kentucky aro so very bibulous.
"Bibulous!" said the Kentucklan. "Blbti-
loua 1 I don't leckon you could find a dozen
Bibles in the whole Htate. "
ONE OF YANI1EKBILTS FRUTEGES.
John Ilarkrr, Who Has Made and Lost
rleveral Large fortunes.
Thero arrived at the Palmer House yester
day, says tho Chlcnpo Times- of a receut date,
a quiet, unassuming man ot medium build.
His Ince is smooth uud iiiappo.iraucc he resem
bles the typi al nctor. Quite young looking
and without a gray hair U he, yet in u low
mouths he will bo seventy years of age.
Some years apo ho was engaged In that
exciting race for tho necossarieH of life. Sud
denly he was it miliiouare. Subsequently lie
found himself ugniu fightlue the battle.
Once more fortune ws hiM friend oniy to
leave him after n fow yearn' visit,
AVhelt Commodore Vitnderbilt was searching
eveiy nook unit oruor fur a speedy uorse to
uiiituh his Mountam Hoy. a horse. trailer
appeared in New York une day aud preeutud
the wen thy mnu witli Lady l'luuet,
" If Mountain Hoy and Lady Planet prove
n good team, "said John Haiker, 'why you
are welcome to my horse. I don't wuutn tout
Lvervb'jdv knows the result. The Com
modore mowed unwn all comers with his fliers
and held the double-team record for years.
John Marker was uot forgo ten. Ht was
?lvcu stook whloh made him worth $800,000
o a short time.
While skating around Wall street Harker
lost a deal of his fortune. Commodore Van
derbllt aga n gave him a boost. Hnrkor then
retired from the stook arena and lived in
princely style. A few years ago he again
operated on Wall street and finally burned
his fingers. He is a jov at fellow and most
of the time con be found in the Palmer House .
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SOLID HILVnil IIUNTINfl WATCHES, flKNUINK
American movement, Llslu or Waltham, .tern-wln-lft,
OOI.lt) nOI.lt lltlNTINO WATt'HF". HTKM
O winder, Aitierlrn tuotrinent. Mtln or Walttisra,
rates cliaeed snd engraved, ssnttemen'e, 4'.!;l.
TAniKH' hOI.tn (101.11 HUNTISd WATCIir.R.
J t'sautlfull) ihiied and engraved, iternv?lnder,
American movement, Slh
LADIES' SOLID HOLT) STEM WINHINO
watches, teautllulljr chined snd tni raved, $10.
BOYS' SOLID SIl.VKU 1IUKTINO.OAHK STEM
k (JKNUIMI K. HOWARD ,t CO. WATCH. WITH
t 14-rarat solid sold caien, lor Oft
GKNTH'MTM-WINIIIMI WATCHES. WALTHAM
or KUin movement, ilrt. Ihsjr aro much tistter
VfatrliM than rluli snd peopls wbo sell on Instalaieut
charts t"H and S33 lor
TH 01 Vi: A wrtlTTKN OUAItANTEE WITH
v v srerr watch for I hres rears t If not as represented,
money will Ix rsrundtd.
Solid Gold Wedding Rings,
14 and 18 carats.
14 carat Garnet, Tur
quoise, Seal and Initial
Kings a specialty.
CASPERFELD & CLEVELAND
144 BOWERY 144
NEAR ORAND BT ELEVATED STATION.
Open EVENINGS until 0lRATURDAT.10.U0 P. M.
al our Grand Street Store.
Wc shall ofter some
with Velvet Colhr,
sizes 4 to 1 1 years, $ 1 .99.
sizes 4 to 10 years, 2.75-
All Wool Cheviot Overcoats
with Cape, sizes
4 to 10 years. $3.19.
Chinchilla Cape Overcoats,
sizes 4 to 10 years, $2.98.
Blue Tricot Suits,
sizes 4 to 13 years, $5.75.
5o dozen Plush Caps,
Astrachan Bands, 33 cts.
Bargains in Knee Pants,
sizes 4 to 10 years, 39 ctsi
Lord & Toyor.
MKS. CLEVELAND'S HOBBIES.
tier Ambition for Writing IImtIos; rjeea
Crushed, rtlir Will Now Ktudr Art-
Mrs. Cleveland's latest innovation seems
to be the abolition of stu.vs. says a Now York
lotter to tho Ohicaso Xitct. It will be
remembered that sho was one of the first
prominent women in America to lay asiila
the bustle, antl now, pprbaps, she is destined
to work another treat reform in female
Hhe is so very pretty that it really makes
small difference what sho wears, and sbe can
afford to iudu (re her eccentric fancies with
erenter impunity than most women.
She is very reluctant to lead the frivolous,
purposeless life of tho average society woman,
and her lirst imnulse vns to write. Of
course ihe literary path wouhl tiav.o been an
easy ono for her. Sho would never hio
suflored tbo puues of l ejected iiinuttsrript,
nnd would bo sure of a w de audience for
whatever sho choso lo say; but, it is suid, Mr.
Cleveland shrunk fiom tho criticism that
wbutter sl.o niicht do would mrvt at tho
hands of his enemies and political opponents,
and peretinded her to reliu,ui-li her literary
aspirations, inucii to the sriet of cortaiu edi
tors who IiodoiI to control her work.
So Mrs. Cloveliind has elected to study art
instead. That is it perfect y itioflensivo thine
which no one could crltici-e, And which,
while civiuc her an o"( ii)stlnu and ambition,
would uot hr.Uk' her I efuro iho public.
hhe will betim with lesson in diauinc and
water t'tdotH. iiitYitiR masters at home aud
uoiUK twico a nook to the sudinol a well
Known artist or several hours. She is tery
tuiicli interested in the p an. and is Raid to
have shown coiisnierablo talent with her pen
cil us a Rirl at school.
iui 1ri.it StlHi !
E. What beautiful hair that Rat has.
. i she uot it from kcr lumber, who
keeps a hair store.
Deah tftas Kor slonTttm. t hsve .oTervi ron th
effects o! Indtge.tton tnd lok headsihe, and on trrm
)oar I' u. C MrLAPK's wXt-rssAtm Litlh I'ilk,
OLiid quick aud .atUiactorv ralisr A verr lew doss
dcr tbs work, and 1 would not be without tliem
bioux halls, Dakota. GEO, U HARRIS.
Curs stok hsadscb, bflloa.n. , tlvsr complaint, tfrs
ntpsla, bsartbnrn, Indlfsstlon, malaria, pluplss on faos
and body, Impart blood, .. br u.lnj rf alarlr Da. 0.
McLaya's Celibkatid Ltvxn Pills, prsparsd onl
brFlsmlnsDrot., rittsbarr, Pa. Pries, S3 osnta. Sold
br all druf slits. iDsistupon bsvlns tht itnulns Da.O,
McLaki's Litis Pills, prsparsdbr Klsmln Bros..
Pltttbarf . Pa. , Ih msrkst bslas (all of Imitation, ot
tbsnamoMcLAXK, ipollad dllt.rentlr, but ol tba tamo
proaunolstlon. Alwsra raaka sura ot tho words r Issa
wi; llroa., Pitubutg, l'a" on tht wrapptr.
86 AND 88 BOWERY.
VKjl U.OOO MRU'S IIEAVV W1KTEU COATS
OVI It OVnitCOATH. WOllTH 5, WILL JJ,9AI2
pvliR BU SOLD AT ' 88atS
ill $2.oo mm. m
OV l . OOATH
OVrit MEK'SOOOD CHINCHILLA OVER- Ijoats
OVIIIl COATH, IILUK ANI ULACK, OOATN
!!vkii vfOIlTIl 810 EACH. WILL BE ROAT5
livhR WLt at X-nictW
ill $3.50 Eacn. 11
ovi'.n. . coais
".' MEN'S FINE KEUIKV OVER. ""ITS
OVl'll COATS. PLKCIANTLY TRIMMED, hftAI i5
tJv'K'K WORTH !!, WILLim SOLD AT COATS
11 $5.00 Eacli. 11
HWJ!i nrm COATS
tlVKU -m (OATS
ovMi MKN'S l'I!": ALL-WOOL CHIN. ,CAEJ
OVhR OHILLA OVIRCOATS. MADE S ( oxrs
HvEn VINK AH CUSTOMWORK AND l.'OATH
OVrlt rULLV WOllTH ir,. WILL BE iSATS
OVhlt BOLD AT COAlS
I $aoow. II
'AY.h11 mbbm COATS
OVEH siMMMiM. COATS
"VKIJ cooo MEN'S VERY KINK KERSEY F'AT2
OVEH OVERCOATS, IN ALL COLORS. '..ATS
OVKIl AT (ioAW
II $7.00 EacU. II
Sl-fclJ T coats
4h a'W MEH''' F,KK 0'NCHILLAAfS
OVEH OVERCOATS, SILK LINED, AT coats
I $8,75 EacU. 11
LONDON & LIVERPOOL.
BOYS OVERCOATS. H
OVKlt 2.000 BOYS' OVERCOATS.. 81,8a FPR
OVER 3,000 HOYS' OVERCOATS., 1.20 COATS
tivKi'i " 00 B0Y8' overcoats., i.aa c,oatJJ
tivflt 6.000 BOYS' OVERCOATS.. 1.50 COATS
OVER 2.000 BOYS' OVERCOATS.. I.DO COATS
OVlilt -'.000 CAPE OVERCOATS .. 1.30 FfJAT?
OVER S, 000 HANDSOME OVER- COATS
;vkh C0ATa i-o"g8?S
Hvi HAT i;at5
SvS nH i . COATS
"villi HATH. 100 (USES FINE coatm
OVER HATH. STIFF DERBY COATS
J.?J HA IN. HATS AT 00c. each Jijftlj
OVKIl IIATM. WE WILL SELL A COATS
"v';j,1 HATH. OENERAL FIRST- COATS
IIVKR HAT. CLASS 3 00 HAT, coato
OVIjR HATH. IN VERY LATEST CROATS
OVER AT- 8TYLE- AT We, 5Ja
!! J. !:,',' ainrior coats
JJXK! NOTICE. coats
ovi. ii (;oats
VKjt From 0 P. 31. to 10 P. 311. gg.g
oyjiK ns will sell 5,000 BOY8 coats
Siver OVI.KCOA.TSutOOo. each, coats
iivkIi ITum 0 P. 31. to 10 P. 31. ooJts
over we w, "' t00 BOYS' F.A?S
ovmi WINTER SUMS nt O0o. coais
over 2,000 HOYS' PANTS at coats
!?!! 15c. pair. math
JJffili DurioRthlsGreatSaieour g'JTg
ovfj't store will be open until 10 coats
:i m. S8JH
M LONDON I LIVERPOOL, H
SJB 86 & 8B BOWERY, WW
53 v S it CORNER HESTER ST. j:"
B H. J. Habrenbolz's
fhm Special Bargain
I I y PiSl TII1H WUKIt
I HiBVlUv 01 KxtinBnltv Patent'
'ttsMlT leallirr l'lccadllly I.ace
mfi' ii Wlior for
IjfflJ W Sly beat French Cnir, Hlrlrtly
Fiji I Ilnnd-Hrweil Concrrss or nut.
lStll 1 """ ;"rr' IXstde Under .lly
Ullll I wn Supervision and In the
BUfi I Netv nnd Fnalilnnnble Frencu
ifliJ hl'c urf nflerrd nt
nill fonnrrly 813.00.
Mif M53 Broadway
IdflK (Utwern '.'tllU and UTttastt.).
Fro. IK I l.in riHi. J
Jlinlster ito Littlo Missi What Uo you bo to
Mlhb-Tl) sets tliu littlo bos.
On the Wnt Home.
luwi Uerun. J
' IUrl a nice trip?"
" Hi tn iloii 8 tho liwtlnrnt '"
" Will, st. n you put it tliat wsv. but when I
look at my exunme at count, it istlior scoius as
if tlie Cmitini'iit hail bttn ilouii; uu. "
A .M Us I 31 KNT.S.
Eiruincsttn Sst Mat tt'..
sir.a.m. CHARLtb WYNUHAM.
T-iu MMk-THi: CAN Dili .TE
I'AI..Ul.lt'S -,. A,s ,jj SOUARK TIlPArllE.
lll-(Tirlfu IU l.l,olnj., 10 bit MiUli
l iii.Aaitui3. j nonui.u. bULi.v-.oi
, AbNT JACK.
KTIt AVE. THEAI'RET Broitwnd2Sthst.
VI1,C) LAST 1I.MES OK
'sstictlt, "CUudlan " Stais nsw in ttU.
WINDSOR TIIEATRB. BOWERY, mar CAXAL
Ml ,t ta..i nioiv .rra, ii.im..
A Ills lo tbttovtutri; musical diami, Saturday
Buooc.s. i nUVUt. si '.
Ht.t wttk, CLARA MO.iRIS In KEWKEDEMUBAY.
PROCTOR'S S3D ST. THEATRE,
.tlatlneet To..lorror mid Wednesday,
I I1UON80N HOWARD'S GREATEST BUCOKSS,
WORTH'S i,. MUSEUM
THE MIDGET CONGRESS. J
Came In tbe Alternoon to Ayold CreirsU.
THE TRANSPARENT MAti. 1
.IIHTIIOI'OMTAN OPEIIA-IIOUFIS: M
SARASATE-D'ALBERT CONCERTS 3
M,."."r,i ,,m" E- Al,,r and Manriet dnabatr. 9
KeilS!!.l.,m.0,,n.b.,b' "" ,0'Bt - i 4
llmltient Violin Virtuoso, JQ
... AHI.O MAItAMATK , 1
nn Msnila, Bren j,.t.b0 , 8, 11
A f"?AN.l MiriINY ORCIIBHTRA W
2.S0. 2.. 1 no. l and 75c. Bofsa. 012 and W '9
bMI1,1 A'"7Tlir -erond Concert will bt diva
iriT.1 'veiilnsr.NoT.S8. Tbe H e of fiestas J
It'rlork n Wn,l,r,,,llr "'""art Not. 10, mtS
Wtelnwny's Plnnon used nt these Concerts!.' ' "J
H. R. JACOBS' 3D AVE THEATRE. 1
M,,.l2?.!'!no' Thursday andSsturdar. .
Ww.wfi, i 4Tsi 1
SUNDAY NIOUT, HOV. iV? M
xv,I,l B35E2E oir spmrrtTALUit
Wwk Not. 18. Pat Raopty and Cproptay. 9
In tht rollleklnr mnslasl raroxomtJT. W.
, XATfeR oSfr I
1 A Til S r. THEATRE COR. 8TR AVK.'
14: MATINEf RlJSmO;
HOWARD ATHENEUM 1
, HTAU MI'KCIaK-Y COIIPANY. M.
r, ,Tn ?.r.,"m ?' Eoroptsn snd Amarlean nortHUs." M.
Osllsry. Xbo. HsttrrBd. 3So SOa.. 76s.. Ol"Taa.- S
rajHJMBJBM A hk BPjsunnnnnnionS3aVnTn9 ' i9
3d aye,, betrreen 03d and 01th its. A
38TII UIIAMD INOU8TR1AI. EXniBtTIOI.
OPEN 10 A.M. UNTIL 1 0 P.M.
ADMISSIOIf !I5 OKWT8.
UNION SQUARE THEATRE. J. M. 1U1L latnsctc, M
num. untoEsa .w, ,
. , C'il'NTY FAIR. ft.
Krtnlnrs. 8. lo Saturday Matlnoa at 8. tt
GRAND OPERA-HOUBE. TT T M
' J. K. EMMET..uKtn!&W f
N.itWttk-"A DARK motasK" '
TXARLEM OPERA-ItOUSE, ' "" 'W
C&moB AT8.f DW"D"S! L"'. 1
batSWIts. 1HE DRUM-MAJOR.- 1
Admission. fiOe. Stats restrwt two sj la adrsnoo,
NEW PARK THEATRE. BrosSrsand3SUlBi.' ',
MallnrM VTA and Sat. W
80TI1 PERFORMANOR A
nAIJUy I QK OUIl OllKAT SU0OE8S.
and FAY. I McliUNNA'a FURTATldW. ' m
DOCKSTADER'S hnitrbms,' f
0 nw Mori thl wist. Kfrrr aet bw, u
STANDARD THEATRE. DIXET. j
htCOND MONTH snd CONTINURn SUQOE83, M
Mr. HENRY fc. DIXEVInrnKSEVEIt AOEST
Sopportt J by Mr. K. X. HICK'S COMPANY. .
KTtry Ertnlns at S.U Matls'tts Bttnrday at 3. ' Tm
KOSTER A RIAL'S CONCERT HALL.
AN II NA V yV I '"NTE CRISTO. JR,
Krank la.h.lardlnftand Ah8ld, Prof. Rudolph. 1 Jfi
MATINEES MON DA Y-W KDNKSDAY-S ATUIU) AT. M
4 OADEMY. 2D YEAS. A
A DENMAN THOMPSON.
THE OLD HOMESTEAD,
Mat. Sat. Stata Ready for Thantastttna; Day. m
TajIBLO'S ORKAT ATTRAOTIOJU 3?
IX ISA K DOIl'K TO-NUJJIT, X
STAR THEATRE. , B'WAY AND 13TH St, "3
Matlnota Wednesday and Satarday. 4
W.J. T'min I" l-WlIEf ," 1
SCAWLANi comedy I AWOOW."
BROADWAY THEATRE. QQB, 418T. ST."
EIIWIN HOOTII . .M.UE. MoWKftKA. V
This week, endlns Matins. Saturday. HAMLET. J
Saturday eTsnlns. last tlmt, DON CjKSAil D&BAZAII
and MABV bl UART. - 2
AMBEIUI THEATRE, Irrlni PUos. At 8. IB. ,9
To-nitht. Slreltmann, Vice-Admire!. Saturday 9
Ststlnee. Pledtrniaus. E.enlna Possart. Dtr OtUlM 1$
and (Jtlehrtt Krtuep. First Optra Nlfht, Mltaota. T!
Mondsy, tut, US ' f
TONY PASTOH'S TIIKATRE. MTtlHT. S
BESSIE I GRANDEST OK SO 00 ESS 88. S
nniirun I TONY PASTOR AND ItKWOa
OUf1C.nlLL. I MATINEETUESDAYAFBIDAT. f
HC. MINER'S PEOPLE'S THEATRE.
. MIS4 MAUDE GltAMOEIt
lrs.Ettie lleuderron'shensstional DrsnuvtaO AstsU,
ALMOST A LUTE 1
Nest Week-FBHNCUPr. ' j
mHEATUE OOMIOUP. ISoTII St.. near 3D AVB. j
1 Kr.rynUhl anl W da. Mlay aud Saturday mitlato,. ,
AMERICA'S KLITK M.NoTHKI.-. THE liORMANSL
KVKUYTiIlNii NbW ud POSITIVELY ORIOINAU
Next week, the Madisoa Sguart success, Capt.Swfs,
CLUB "ZZZMEB. MSER i
LARTSKsSOM. COMf NOW, IK EVER. j
KITH ST. BATTLE Or' I OPEN DAY "
mil AVE. IcitTTY.SlHJHU. I A.NU KVENINO. -,
HKOOKIiY.V AMUSEMENTS. Jfl
'Ibswnek. dst nes Wedatsisy and Saturday. H fl
ADAM FOHEPAUOII, JR'S, qUINK. UANIHB
AMI hLKI'HA.Vn.tD SESjATIONS.
Neit week-Mm. JANAU8UHEK -
H,R. JACOBS' BROOKLYN THEATRE,, I
Matinee. Mnndar, Wedne.day and Ssturday. , af
IIAIMIIK ANII VON i.KKR,
iu their new Military Melodrama, r. .
on niK FitiiNTiiitt, ' 4 m
Keit week, lloyf. "PUNCH OK KEYa." , (
C10U SINN'S PA K. THKATRF. I
j 'I tils week Matlntvs Wednesday and Saturday. ,
'111. E. II ,v LOUD '3
SOTHERN OHUMLEY. I
BRAND OPERA-HOUSLfiLTSffii 11
UllltllU LterrErenlnx and usual MatiDttt.
i"i,aSSI!i5r ' THE FAIRIES' WELL, II
F.ierr Metilin, i tfi (1111(1 LI Knnwles A Morris, jl
U.ii.lMum... AlflHrill N LesateeAManat-tra. XM
lhetor(.oii, HUH II I U 11. sfceetaaia. aW
iWHi IliHAS. E. VERNER.5M'M. 11
M.I. Wed. .ndSat. Nsat Wstk, WIU W lUvX. '9
ZtPP'S CASINO. . 3
MINNIE SOHULT IWojaKfi II
I DAW " POUOSSAM&A0CT.,tWgS!fa jl
HR. JAOOBS'LYOKUMTUEArRE. MM
, Mils. Tuesday, rpursdsrsndoturdsy-ThMoak B
1 KaTROONEY "PAI-S WABURODf." 'SM
1 lit). Poimlar Prltss. Uvusts Crowded. QAO. ,