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' BATUBDAT ETENINO, JANUARY 25.
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P' class matter,
I . lar BBAiron orricra i
tit ' WOULD DPTOWK 0F?IGE-1J67 BaoinwaV,
HK between Slit tad 834 it., w Yotk.
B jtBOOXIiTlf-8S9 FuMOH ST. JlArtLEM-
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K Ttrtimamt tSD7IUiTllBTT. rilll-
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Mft Bom Ota n. WAfllUHOTON-OlO 14tb
flfc XXrNBOsT OT7ICB-S3-OO0XCT1TB IT.. Taif-
Hf ui equina.
H tee wemura PAUL
K' Doth at Albany and at WnAhlnaton
Wk Mtton In regard 'uo World's Fair Is tak.
j Jncplaoa. AtiheStatocapltoltlierewnsa
T little demurring to tho Immediate coasld-
T cratlon and settlement of tha question.
B Boms Senators urged that they wished to
m study tho bill. This will only occasion
g. few days' dslsy, a the question Is to be
W considered next week. Bat any needled
prooraatinatlon U to be deeply deplored,
m ' ai tho granting the ton millions by the
fc Legislature at Albany -Will lfore the most
H beneficial effect in Washington
W Tim VTobld. petition will be printed
.k In the Conjmriofm! Btconl to-morrow.
Ej Tho Fair workers In Washington tor Mew
Mr. York profess confidence that all will be
E t l'ho sooner it oan be settled the better.
BU It will be found thai the erection of tho
ER bulldingt and the general preparations
for the World's Pair will take all tho time
that oan be had before 1893. In spite of
" Mr. Purr, the people want it in that
. i - "
jL HT DBADLT OA BT0 I.
Tho New York, New HaTen and Hart.
' '. Jixd ltallroad Company has maintained
?' that deadly feature of car travel, the
store. They claimed exemption from the
1' State law, which enjoins steam on all
roads OTor fifty miles In length, on the
ground that they only hod twenty-slx
miles of rail in this Btate.
Happily, Judgo Ikobxhim In the Su
preme Court, Bpedal Term, ha siren
judgment for the State, and the General
', Term has sustained him When the case
was appealed to It. The horrora of the
f1 deadly car store are great enough for a
road like this to wUh to arold them, with
out attempting to ecreen itself under a
5 technicality of the law. Everybody will
( be glad that the rood tailed in this miser
L able polloy.
K- The sugar aagoktee held a meeting of
(sereral hours' duntloa lately. Of one
thing the publlo may rest assured, that
they were not taxing their brains to de
rlo a soheme for anpplylag sugar to the
world ai the greatest advantage to the
purchasers. Monopollailo bonds to weld
together the Trust were probably put
upon the anvil and hammered well.
Yet monopoly Is opposed to publlo
,, opinion, and, theoretically, can hardly
,. escape the State statutes of criminal law.
T, What, then, are these magnates to be
called, and how should their deed be
Jk Those who have watched, with tome
K vexation, the wanton hilarity of But; au
9 I'ztxb HnTOumsoif , the jollr oomerer of
Ohlcago, whenever he has pinched the
P country, and who have dropped a large
K amount of money, will feel a little mirth.
H ulnesa themselves at learning that ' ' Old
fc. )Iutch"has been "done" by an inslg.
4 niucant clerk in his employ quite un.
y ' known to fame to the extent of 800,000.
" Juitead of a feeling of pride in euoh a
clover employes, the old man has locked
kf himself up and swears and sulks dread.
V-. England is suffering from a plague of
J. rats. The fields are overrun with the
K rodents, and the Injury they are inflicting
L la very serious. In 1815 Nora Scotia
Er was nearly paralyzed by an invuiou
aPi of mice. They ruined the crops. The
mSP cats were the only animals that
k thrived and waxed fat. Where is there a
Hk,') rexiiuent of Pied Pipers who may patrol
Kr "' the length and breadth of Albion and lure
E-',v tos 1 teful rodent to destruction? The
) rat poison men should do a rattling rat-
Hbr'3 ting business.
l- Bppo-TO-tu-o U a.d. lit batten to treat U
W tie Indian UcottTtUon e( the "8THlBx-nd.
Tbe BraatlUa EjmLllo bu too vtre-imlUn.
By li Talwrapbt Drrtmnt ha bo rabba of
Ea BarrUoa wind Bumbtito that hiu )ot
' tuomnr foraojrtblnOTr tb Dn. ot U 'a
e dtat Xbafallrt(tit.a.
. Some JtU-btrdi la nilnoia tnoi loow la eold
matter and vara almoit (roita to dutli. Ttejr
'C didn't know thr wei flat to aaT aoch a asap.
', A roan man vaa arreattd at Ul waddtnr aa b
r aluod at tb altai, II bat alUitd bafora-
' Crt.pl. Italian rtmler, baa bad torn citv
caiud alUr blm. AcrUpy dear can't I rery
i E.rr Moit baa iMpptd. Hie beademaa, art.
-, IIoUiud, (el u U bar mot. baa tout, bat not
f- How lucky tb BctbachUda rt One of them
. rote out to Ogbt t do, md tb other fellow u
BS' tie on plakd.
Br M.EieTel 1 Uuyr udby bla derator man.
M They naturally etct to attlns hla a lilt Jo
ij?P Ka u,"4 1 I tltf-lbl (or thl colunn oa tb
I'fL' WK around that It It a apot let.
ia-flf It Was e. Clear Case.
gS; (ton a. Imll citUm.
B Boarding MUtrua (after watching a
I'' boardar eat three aacaasaa with great
!.' celerity) You mutt be an Odd Fallow, air t
P- .5?tT1ryoo,T 1-d It; but bow did
IE1 79.9, 'owl
BE "wpess 1 knew tou mntt be by the
BBj J.r "hSeh reu and thSai
THE WORLD OF SPORTS..
OarsmoQ Want an Annual Eight
St. Louis Anxious to Have a Plnycra
An annual otn amatonr elcht-oareil re
DAtta. four-mile! atralglitana)-, in nhatH
tiefded to enliven amateur oatmatialilp ao
cordlnir to certain iirmnltieutNew Yorknan
lucn. These aquatic Kolona my that a raco of
tlila kind would tfn very far toward arousing
eiitlinilaemlnrowitiuclioletaud tend todo
relup talent on a large tcale. A conteet
between half ailoon of the rraok flRhtaof
till countryfconM lo arraiiKed for next Hum
mer, tar tunte wiecacrr. The Idea le
to get tho following arena into audi a
lacet Vnltrraltyof I'ennrlvaula. Cornell,
Atalanta, Itradford. Columbia atul Nw,ork
Athletio riuli elslitn. Harranl and Yalu. nr
any other crew that ao deelreil, could alto
enter. , . ,
Kearly two hundred thoniand people wit
ncesed tho funeral of Jlenrrraearle at Syd
ney, Australia, which tettlfl-e to the popular
ity of MinMimanwno alnaya rowed "on
the equate. " t
Ht. Louie la anxious, to hire a l'layore'
League Club and hat aet to work to tecuro a
The Twelfth Itagiment Athletln Club will
hold their Hprln names at their armory,
Hlxty-eeeood ttrcet and Nititli ave
nue, March C". The event are a
follow: OO.yaiddaah, 440-janl run. mile
run, mile walk, S-mll blcrcle raco. all
handicap! alto a uorlco half.mlln and ol
taole raoee. There i ,lo a UU-yard ilath
and a 1,000-yard nin. upon totnemlier of
the regiment only Untile" dole MaroU 17.
J. IleUlr. of this city, deelrctto back Tom
Qreeu, the weiter-weloht of New York,
ajratnat Jack I'll, or Chicago, fort'.'OU a
lid and a nun of 4(100 in a flnlth match
with two-ounco Klore. the battlo to take
plaea within one hundred mllei of Nework.
within fonr wka from the signing of
It is quit poitible that the National Blcat
lns Aaaoclatlon may hold Ita .nre-mllo race
to-day at Lake Muohattoe. It depend ou
the condition of the Ice. If It It decided to
hold thl race to-day the mile and a quarter
and the ten mil races will take place Mon
day. Parson Davie says he place John L.
Sullivan at the ton of the puelllitlo laddar.
l'tter Jackanii next, then hllratn, Hlarln
and Joe MaAulifle. In the order named.
Frank Iret, who ia to be on ot the eon.
tentaot of the big billiard tournament next
month, la playing In excelltiit form, At a
recant exhibition conteat in Uotton he aur.
prlied even hit friend by tho sood work he
did at the eight-Inch balk-lln same.
Harvard will enter a tns-of-war team In
ths Mott Haven name. dsplt report to
the contrary. Bha ha material for a win
ing team. (
Kext week Lonl Ilanaen will put hi head
on one eh air and hla feet on another anil try
to hold a 1,000-poiind dumbbell on hi"
cht. Thl InUrcatlng performance will
take place at the J'viic (iautte ofUce, and If
he auooeeda, air. B. K. Fox will give him
A Btanabury, the Auttrallan oamnan,
will not come to him, O'Connor, the Oan a
dian Soulier, It voing to Htanabury. O'Con
nor says ha will try to make a matoh with
the Australian orer the Paramatta court.
The eraok ptitol ahote of the Seventh Heitl
ment practiee at their armory every Saturday
renlng. At the next athletio uamea given
by the regiment, platol marktmanahlp will
probably form a feature.
i Jaoob Bchaefer, the "vrliardof the ene."
Will leave Chicago next Monday for New
York to e about entertna for the billiard
tourney to be held at Cblokerlng Hall before
ATHLETES IN REPOSE.
B. O. TTintaaw, of tb NewTork Athletic dub,
ha tnrneed new life Into tb National Croat
Country Aaaoclatlon itnr b aatnmed tb Freet
deooy of that onrtnlxatloa. " t aleo tb
Chairman of the ComnitttM. n le on of the
most soil re of downtown bnalaee men.
Jobs UoTUman le tbrt(bt namaof the 133
round boxer of tb Downtown Athletic Club, not
"Tteman." although the bhretlotrl nam
tick to htm Ilk sin. Juet now he le train lair
for hla tan-round bout with Harry HUere for a
hundred -dollar pril Feb. 1 at the Brighton A. O.
"DoUy1 lukr, o railed becau bit rlfht
uara!00TS,haa prurrd that he ha lota of
cluck. In hie mill with t'at Chill at the pre
llaalnarle of tb Varuna Iloat Club compettttont
he waa knocked down Urn timet and yet waa
uyrrr when the referee etopi'd tho oontMt. lie
1 a member of the Uadford A. O.
Mai Lnttber, the amateur wrestler who hol.lt
the 13.V pound cbarurionahlp. It a New York
Turn Yrln man. II baa bad a good deal of x
perlenc In tb rind and btagrMt enapand flri
In fart halt apt to let temper get th letter of
cool .udgtsent. II la on of th leader of th
well-known Herman organlaation.
In tb line of mourning- Jewell grey pearl are
th Ideal ear-dropi.
All th theatre capoUe are email. Where rel
vt la used th draping I rirrclOM. There la an
odd, ugly rrown-thap mad of lies, and yot
whteh la merely a band or coronet from which
the hair rl.ee In pull, cclla or knott.
Sparrow brown It a new shade.
Tb Mlate Sherman, daughter of th llluitrt.
ou eoliler, dreie with th aerertty ot rollffleure i.
They go In society a great deal but ntrerilanre.
Doth at brtlUtnt conrertatlonallits and raak
vary happy dinner gueata.
Ton can buy Telling now with tinted check
Ttaittoe Brewer, th new member of th Sti.
preme Court, l tall man with dark hair, broan
III and a awarthy skin.
Th laU Emprttt August was nottd In her
youth for bar beautiful ahoul Jere,
decree afattbaws, of Yotinritown, O , cor
tslnly a remarkable man. After bating bla right
arm amputated as tb result of anaoldenl, ha
placed th severed rm In a rahee, an 3, unat
tended, went tea mile to hit borne.
Secretary Noble s fortune amounts to between
1 125, 000 and 1150,000.
Dry and Thirsty.
Chapman There I really a great deal of
dry humor in this play, Fib.ou.
Fibaon-Yee, the loanager won't 11 his
coruedlant wo out Ixtweeu the acta.
Acd attecke of 1 grippe, trpbue ferer, acarlet
fereror diphtheria, the patient reoorere atrength
lowly, aa the .j.l.ra i weak and debilitated asd
the blood ptfiaooad br tha raragea of tha duea.
What U needed la a (tot reliable teal id J blood
pariSec like Iteod'e Baraaparllla, which bee Jusl
the elemeute of itreogth for the body, and iltallty
aad rtcboeea for the hlooa which bring back robjut
beelth and mak tbe weak etroDg.
"After racoferiag from a prolonged slctoea with
dlpbtbaria, and oeadlng eomethlog to balld m up,
1 took two bottlee of Hood' Saiuperilla. 1 fait
good reaolu from the nr.t doaa. H eeeoed to go
from the top of mj head to th ead of k; to. I
know llood' Bwiaparilla la a good thlag " O. H.
SnaTIOar. Dragglal, Waataeld, Maes.
Scldtjaildruiju. SI alt (or 13. Prepared only
hf a U 110OU A CO., Apetbocarua, LaU, lUaa.
lOO OOtlEal UNB DUUU
THE THEATRES NEXT WEEK.
List of Attractions Id tho Play-Honses
o( Two Cities.
Julln SInrlotro to Its Seen In "As
You Like It."
Ills Jnlla Marlowe will appear a ltnev
llnd lti"An You Like It," at tho riftli
Arenue Tliratrn, mi Motility tiUht. Ihla
eror-toriilar Knnkcitirniinu l!.i i'l ho
thoroiuhl) well pn-eentod. Klitfn I'limp
tmi will appear an luxrinftr, Mllnci l.ovtok
a the toilanchiily Jaquca and Charles I).
Herman ai Ollur.
Mis Msrearct Mithrr will i.lav In
" Itomeo ami Juliet " at Mr. llatmuertchi e
Harlem Opera. lloueo on Mti uttv aud Muinr.
ila rTPuiiii,! mi 'i'lipsdar In "The Itoiiev.
moon; Wiilnevlny and 1'rii ay In "l.tah,
the roraal.ru, " and at tho Sttunlaj luatlnre
u, " 1 ho l.mly of LyoiM. "
D'Oyly Catte will arrive In a day nr two In
ttila country, and liU trehouro will giro a
new turn to '"iho (loudnllcrs," (Jill ort anil
Rulllvan' lalcit cnmlo npert. notr running
at the New I'alk 'lluatrr. tn the meantime
the managers report that the production
has Leon doing a cir rntlafactory buslmsn.
"Aunt .lack" ia oxticmely prosperous at
tho Madison Siimin Theatre. During the
past wtck iiuuilieraof theatre parties have
attended the performance. A delegation
from tho 1 n and Out C luh. of llroohlyn, ap.
planded Mr. Ague Booth's admlrablo work
aa tho insroDtible herolun.
W. J. rJcanlati. the Irish comedian, will
begin a two weeks' engagement at tho Pour
tiuutli Street Theatre on Monday night, ai
pctrlag lu Jeiiop and Towntcnd's Irlth
drama, "My lis A loon." In tho company
wlj) bo Mattlo Ferguson, Nannie Wcathertby,
Clmrlea Mason, Thadduus Hhlne and little
"Tlie'lwoHlstcre." melodrama by Don.
man 'lhompsnn and (loorge liver, will ho
it on at the Mndaor Theatre on Monday
night, 'lho pleco "111 he presented br
an excellent company. Incltnllug I'rnror
Coulter. Kmily Htow. Jis.le ltoeella, Ocorge
I Iyer. v. If. Ctirrle, May Merrick and
.avinla White. ,
"A Midnight Dell, "the host of the works
from tli pen of t'liarlos II. llojt: nlll )giii
th last two weel.a of its run at tho Uijou
llieatre on Monday night. There are many
very excellent feature lu "A Midnight
Bell," ami It Is lull of humorous iutorest
lrntii beglmilbg tn cud.
"The Senator," at the Htar Theatre, Is
crowding thathnuee at oery performance.
Mr. Crane has rarely had a part that Pitted
him better thrn that of Humtor Hannibal
JUrora. 'J he play ia aurely a inoney-uiaker,
and Ita run at the Htar'Uicatio will undoubt
edly ho extremely profitable.
"The County i'alr" is doing a large
business. Nell Durgees has Jiut purchuhed
a flat-house at theenrurr of lllglitr-pccond
street and Contra! Paik, which Is a proof
that Aunt Abigail 1'run paj swell. A matinee
perfoimanco for tho ilo'tnu Lodgo of Klka
will be given on Wediie.day nttorniuii.
" The KugitlTC" will liHtheattractlon next
week at II. lLJacoWThlnl Aionno'llieatie.
The company will bo headed by Mr. Mason
Mitchell, and tho play will bo prr'entnl in a
very elaborate manner. 'J liu lmual matlneca
on Monday. 'Ihursday and Haturday will he
"lho Prince and the Pauper-." at the
Broadway Theatre, I a great success. Lit.
tie J'.lsie Leslie in the Onal title rolo ulres a
charming performance: the othor in the
coiiipauy are good, nhilo tha pioductlou
Itself leaves ah. oluicly nothing to lie de
sired. Vjodnesday and baturday matinees
"The Charity Ball-Is till the attraction
at the Lyceum Theatre. It is doing such
an excellent buslncsa that there Is no talk at
all of its success. Indeed, it is quite proba
ble that, llko "The Wife," tha play by the
same authors, ' "1 lie Charity Ball ' will ruu
through the season.
Most of the leading orchid1 growers
throughout the country will bu represented
by rare specimens of tlioso hoaiitirul Honor
at the annual orchid show, which opens at
the IMon Mutee on Fein 1H. llio great
Winter garden will bo entirely glrn oror to
the llnral exhibitlou, which will be a very
"Bluebeard, Jr.." hat bctn attracting
largo amliencoj to Istblo'H during the past
week. Tho ballet of tho birds and Insects
is said to bean etact duplication of ballets
at liar Majrsty's ami Drury LatieThettrc,
London. Tho company aeon in "Blue
hoard, Jr.," is well balaucod uud compe
tent. Wrdneadar matinees, will he given at the
Academy of Music, beginning with thu com
in. Wodnesday. This will not intutfere
with tho Haturday inalltite. Deiitnuu
llionipeon is not veryTiiiid of iiistlnee'. hut
"The Old llnmvstead" U doing such a phe
nomenal liusinoss that they have been found
Illchard Mansfield will present "Prince
Larl " nt l'nluier'a 1 heatro on Moiulay night.
'1 Ills In' many leoplu has been coiisiileied
his most enlqjable iiriluctuiu. Dnriug tho
past week "Br. Jk II and Mr. 11) do" has
attracted large audience to i'almcr's
"Clomeneeau" his heon so well received
at Ambern's iheatre that it will reninin as
the uttmctliiiint that hiiu.i'duiiuu the com.
ing in ok. Mme. Clanr-DtlU will itauuie
her liupersnnatioii of the t'liimtcs Doin.
hrouska. "tlemouceau "Is Inlivo act by
"What Nellie My Raw on Her Tiip
Around the World" is the title of a song
that will lie sung at 'Jonj l'.-toi's Tliiu'ro
next week by the entertaining Mr. Tony liim
hi If. A mimli. 1 nt other uiilsli( tuutuies
aro also aniiminccd. 1'unv 1'u.Ioi'k pel
fornianeea are always full uf miril.
William 'limis an I J (wo Mlllwnrl will
nresont "HogerLa ilouto "at II. C Minor's
lVople's 1 liottio next wctk. llus is tho
play that ran for some uecLe at Nllilos
quite icrentl). In it Mr, 'lerriss appear In
a dual role, and Miss .MiUnard in the lead
li'g feminine part.
1 lie llugaiiile Is as popular as over at
the Casino. I he npcia is so ililighttiilly
piuiented and soaiiirulb smu that it a
nut astmiishiUK that it should hav ri uevied
IU lornicr ii-ceH-. Mi a Lillian llua.nll
I will thort.y slug the " Chautond? For turns "
I in Italian.
"I'nuco Lavender's Ileceptloi " will ha
continued at lio.ti r A BiaUl nncert Hall
nett week. Aiuuuu tho Iis'islti features
villi lx tin. tiietiun 'Jrouhad uia. cmisisl.
ing of eight Moiuen; Atthur Wist, Haukiua
an I Collins; Umiicjii, the ventriloquist;
tin Tls.i.ts and Col. I'lpts.
"Hhenaudoah" i doing a very large
misiiit.s. ut 1'iiH'lnrs J vwiity-third rsti tot
'lliealio. 'Die tuo liiiml ultli isrloi'iiiuce
is auuounreil l take tilu'H at this liou.o on
l'eb. H. Mr. llrnn.oit Howard's war pla
l has eel lamu vton tame for it.clf. it is pro
Kinted hj an etcelli nt I'oinpany.
I "TlicNcVt'ti Agis' at the standard Ihea.
tro is 1 1 rtauili a i harming iirisluctiou. 1 ho
ccut-H aro all piitiir.ai.iii uml charming tu
I too cc; the iiMltums are gorgioi.s ami!
tastetul. llinri 1. luxev as the Judi,u nml I
'thu lean an.) i!iiiui I I'atitaloon does tho,
btst work he lias ivcrlotii.
"lho t'.iln." i,'toriiii Karclim' inelo
draiua, wdll, lho attraction next n'K at I
the Orand Cirrn-lloue. Jt was siott at
NiMo's dnr.iig Ihtukslving we. k and met
with iiititb upprovnl. " ihel tiles' is pro.
dtu'oil m a v.ry e alurato wanntr, ami tie
cast is a good one. i
lho rrUotaina entitled "Ihe lUlllx of ,
f1ettshuig." at Vourtli uvuiue and Nu.
tiiuiU stnrt. ull have to U nc uiutd in
reporUof the liar's aniiiseiuniis. llus is
thu seioiid stauoii ot u oj.inrh in New
toik, mil ali. ft. lory businos has been
the general rule. 1 h cycluramt has cer
tainly bevn "iiidnrsitL"
Bouiiiiii'k McCaitrey will begin the second
week of his ingagement at Uorili .t UuUrr's
J'a'.ico Museum, Moml-.v, lu the language
of tliomauagimcut lie will "bang tho laus,
lift thu e!i.b.ts ami illustrate dirfi rent t.n
of tlghttug." Tho giant hog ia still on x.
lubilioii. ;lt wilUs weighed nett ihursday.
. and the suouiwg loutc.t will dose
I Wednesday ulglib Other futures at
the Sluseuiu will lu the Venetian
troubadours, Thomas Haley, the tattooed
boy; Cant. Thornton and bis wife: (ilo
rauut.with his Iraintd birds; Maida, albino,
with the 'lerradel inegiOnoiiieyi". Ueorge
Williams, the turtle bov ; Turin r Reed, the
colored midget. Col. nckett Nelson and
Jouu NeUou. the giant, lb Metropoli
tan hpeclalty Company wdl giveattago n.
'lho Arizona Joe company will be the at
traction next wtk at Wild A CoUyer
LomsUy Tbeatr. apimaring in th aia
tioual come iv-draru called "The Black
llawka; or. The King of the Sansomnoe."
Arlxoua Joe will bo well supported. There
IinxTS traated with afoxxii.' Tisthixo C'oo
piAiwhtUeUtagweBotUeiril, ffrUeWa. ,'
are matinees tt thl house Monday, Wedne.
' day and Baturday. .
fhete will Le plenty of entertainment
next week at I'm New London rheatte In
the Bowery. T. L. Brooks's "Muldoon's
l'icnlo" will Le Riven. Ilirti tliero wlllb
Beatrix Hamilton, John Ilussel). Harry
Maynard and .Matt Mcl.lroy, Nellie Mor.
daunt. Diamond and Hart,.Carr!e Maynard.
Ilushts and I.lndiay, Prank Manning and
'1. L. Brooks.
Tho Prooklyn Theatros.
The very title of the playwhloh will he
proJuci.l at the Criterion Theatre next
week, "TlieFatmenV Cinh."ls anggeitlve
or .merriment. J. P. . Mti narl'a comedy,
which Is hunt around tho adventures of
gentlemen of large proportion, who con.
stltnto a club. Is rt plcto with humorous sit
nations and some snappy ditloane. Proiiil.
hint among lho supporting c"intany is Miss
fiellle Page, who formerly plated hi Hunk
vn with K'Mie aim lloeyln "The Pallor
Match, "and Jointly stilted with Joseph J.
MA pirtleulstly pleasing feature in " Old
led I'liiut),' whlcli itichard (.tohlen will
trisinl lor the (list tiuio in llroolilyn at
I nl. Mini s Talk '1 hi alto ncO wceV, Is that
every character In tin play Is tlrrwn from
Hie. 'Iha n-iiic Is Innl In dm oualtit New
liiglainl vllhce of lluekpoit, ii.. where
Mr. (lohliiu tvas horn stulbptut thuear.y
rears or his lire. Dor Wllev, well rcinem
herod for hir work in comic ope in, heads
Ono ut the most humorous of all tho
farces tho Itiguilnna brain or Chnrlcs II.
Hnyt lirus ciintnved 1 "A 1'arlor ilatch,"
which nines to thu Orand Ojpera.House
next weel, nith I liarlcs K. Lvans aud
William 1 1 ocr as tho principals. Tim six
tears which the "Match" has been before
the public haven1 dimmed it a Particle,
hut seem rather tn hate added to its tiopu
larttv. The character of Old Ho, In win
hands or Will Hocy, ia a positive crt.atlnti.
Tim most ambitious cflort the career of tho
popular cimiidiati N.it Goodwin lias yet
shown was his production of "A Gold
Mine." With one stiolio Mr. (loodwiu put
aside tho Ideas of burlesque and mimicry
anil atepted forth as a comedian of the
strictly logltlmato order. Next week the
patrons or the Amplilon will bo nftnrded an
opportunity of feeing this successful Kim
oily, with Mr. (loodwln and a number of
clever I eople lu tho cant.
An Interesting story of tho manners and
custom of Ihe pooplo of tho tar tiff India
ha been uted a n groundwork for tho
spectaolo of "Rajanha." which will begin
at the Lee Avenue Academy next nock, 'lho
ppeclal features introduced form almost an
entire show lu themselves, and Ucorgo
Melville, the clown, sees that tho humorous
end of tho show Is not neglected.
Oliver Doudllyrou la announced for next
week at Jacobs' Brooklyn 'Ihratro in his
successful drama. " Acruss the Continent."
All thu sensational features will be repio
duced, with now rconory and mechanical
elTocts. Miss Kate Brrnti will be at tho head
of an evenly balanced company.
Tho late Bsrtley Campbell's play, "My
l'artiicr,"ls undeillucd for nett week at
Jacobs' Lyceum Theatre, lho touching
rtory of life ill the far West Is well known
to tho average theatre-goer and has lost
nono of its Interest. The same company
now at tho Brooklyn w ill be teen.
Tha acrobatic specialist, "the Farnnui
llrotheis," head tho long Hit of attractions
at Zipp's Casino for tho coming week.
Others on tho hill are JosleLaytoii.I'rntik
Clavton, Joslo l'arnnm; Herman, a man of
mighty muscle, and Minnie Hchult, who will
contlnno tho popular song, "Olobc-Trottlng
Borne bright accounts of a "Trip Around
the World " may be looked for when those
fair rival travellers. Miss Bottle Bialand and
MIssNollleBly, return to New York, which
will bo in a few days' now.
Mr. Howard Pyle has the double advan.
ttge of letting forth hla travels with pen
and penulL Hit Jamaica trip, at presented
In Hurler's Miioostnr, la a very bright ac
count of a romautlo trip. Boos Mr. Pyle
prefer to draw Jamaloa rum once it setup
lu cold type?
Mr. Julian Hawthorne, In f.fpptncoff'.s,
present another version of tho strange
theme doveloped in part In "Or. Orlm
sliawe'a Becrot" and "Septimus Pelton."
If any one hat a right to supplement an
author's incomplete tale it is tho author's
ton. But possibly it la better that it should
never be supplemented. The Venus of Milo
it very beautiful without her aims.
Classlo Theory of Serving Wines.
The classic theorr of serving wines at a
dinner la tho following:
Immediately after the soup dry white
wine are offered, such at French wines,
Marsala, sherry, Madoira.dryHyraausc, Ac.
With the Mill dry white wines are alto
irrved. With oysters Chablli la preferred.
With relevraof butcher's meat and warm
entrees rod wines Burgundy or Bordeaux.
Willi cold entrees and other cold pieces
flue whlto wiuos aro served.
ith the roast come the fine Bordeaux or
champagne winet. or both. With tha on
tremets, champscne alone. With tho ties,
tert. liqueur wine, such at Prontignan,
I.unel. Alicante, Malvoise, port, Tokay,
Ihe rod wines ought to ho drank at a tem
perature ot about 55 degreea Fahrenheit.
W'hlto wluet should altvays Le tcrvod cold.
He nod Rctlrod.
tfYtm rro Mllsf a
An angry gnest at an Austin (Tex.) hotol
camn downstairs at - o'clock in tbe morn,
lug and said to the night clerk: " Who is
Unit man acro.s the hall trom me. kicking
up such a racl.clT 1 can t aleepa wink."
Clerk -OIj, lib's a letirod auuyotUccr on a
" Hetired, hat he t Well, if he makea all
that i-lumor alter h hat retired, what a
boiler-yard he must be for nolle before retinue.''
Ono Thlnp; Needed.
I from Vw.r' IV.lla )
"Three are my household gods," he said
to her, as he entered hit bachelor apart
ments. " But vou lack something, " sheremarked.
" A household goddess. "
Important to Clerks.
trVes raxa. .vlrViny..
Clerk I want three day off In order to
Ho. a You do, eh? Not long since you
were laid up tluedeya with the grip. Why
didn't ion get married while )im had tho
griur Or, it ou oenldn I do that, why
didn't jnit put ot having th grip until you
tut unmet and make one acalion anawor
Medic nl Item.
frH Tta Sftitt
A. Dr. h. is very nek, agaiu,
B.-Why. I heard that Dr. W. treated him
succcKsf ulij , sul that in cousequence he
nis restored tn heilth.
A. -tis. that s to; but it worried Dr. S. so
much that Dr, W, cured him that be bad a
Farcin? ills Money,
ITreei Wia.v'e Us.tfr
raddock (to liorty.looking man, who Is
littuu in aatoou playing cards) What am I
paving yoit IA a da for?
llorsj To break our horte.
1'adilock And )ou break him by having
him hitched ontaide of a saloon while you
play cards for drinks f "
llorfy -Certainly, sir; I'm breaking him
now to stand hitched.
Nervous and Sleepless,
Tbtr la on ear way to our aerreaeaee and
leepleeaoeae, and that ta by tha use of Dr
Jreeae Kervora, the great hrala aad servo la
vlgorant. Thle wonderful remedy ta If star' own
neree tool end eleere prodacer, aad U perfaatly
hsrtaleaa, t g made from sara vegttabl raedi
eiree. It may he given to iafanta, caiUrn r th
meet d!t4 latabde without faar. It ootfaaa,
cause aad anUte tt waakeeud. trlilabl aad ovr
wroaght nerve. pf4aelaT part le&oe aad sw
fnsh ng. Batural aleeo ( at th aaai Urn tt bolide
aad ton up th wash vd shattered aarve and
gtvaa reowa4 hi, streagto. vUality a4 vigor to
tb ereWta. It ts far I by eil draggtatt fa tl.OO
ONLY h SHORT LEAD NOW.
Hiss CatTerata Takes Second Place,
Close Behind Miss Liebman.
The 'Wntch Contest Orox aiore
IntcreitlntT Kvory Dny.
The atrugglo for trapttlartty between Die
candidates in The Kvexiso World I.Aily
'lcntlierR1 Contest Brown more and more
Interesting, MIh Liebtimii atill lends with
32,027, wlillo MUs Cnffernta jintitis Into
second place with 3(i.ni5, roVc'itlng Mrs,
Burns tn third plnoo with 2J.7H5.
Olofo hrlilml, in fourth place. Is Mlts
.Inreckl with 28.2r2. Ml Mnyer'a tolo
has lucrrari'd to 1H.08J mid tho in Hill
fifth, whllo Mist Alyoa coiitiuiles sixth
with 4, 1S2.
Anv lady tenchor In New York, Now
Jcritoy and Cotiuuoticut can Im a cnndl
date lu Tnr. Evkxtrto World's contost.
The teacher receiving tho largest number
of votes will ho presented with an elegant
5 old watch, purchased from Edwin A.
hrnll. cf No. 3 Maiden lane. Mr.lhrall
thus describes tho priroi
'iho watch is oim of the finest of more,
menta. It It full-lew tiled, with rubles, lever
escapement and nickel finish. Thu cases are
hunting caies, 1H caiats line, and very
They aro mado from, nuirget or antique
gold, with twelvo pigeon-blood rubies,
twelve lino sapphires and twelve fine, dia
mond imbodrtod in the gold of the case.
Ihe price will bo 4400.
Tho watch la now on exhibition atBrcu.
tnuo's, f Union Hqunrn.
In all cases, where possible, Indicate
tbo number of the uohool. as well on city,
with which tho cnudidato I connected.
All otes must bo on tho ballot printed
below. Out out tho blank, properly till
out nnd sign it, aud send it to Tnx Even.
My choice is
Any rtadrr oTue Evkniko Woxu iisny
ro'e once ony.
The volt mil if he upon tlt ballot printed in
Tnn r.vy.siNo Woblp.
CMy trotiicn who are actltel) engaged in
teaching may bt rotrXfor.
The tvler sAould qice Ihe full nome of Ihe
teacher rofrd for, lh acAcol In which $h u
engaged and lit location.
The candidate iiinat be now engaged tn
teaching iomewtreinthe Slate of Acic York,
A'eto Jertey or Connecticut. She may be
engaged in any tchool. There no rrsfr c
fton a to great.
nte!opet containing ballott mutt be rut.
dressed to II nfcA Confesf Jtdltor, Evenino
rtillowlng Is the vote of each candidate
who has received ovor 25 ballots;
Adams. Llsila, Fourth Ward, Aitorla,
s y nit
Alje. tVa"il VXo.'a'li,''kiuViian'it.''N'. X' 4, p'.'
AttttTaon. Terlae l-.Pclm. No. Ill, N Y liil
Albro, Hara. No. 4 . NY , ., . ,. U7
All. iv llrace, Oal.ido No. tt, l'k.Wll.
Ada'mi'.'tlartruile, No. la' ilrooVljo",'.'.". .r
Arnohl, I:, t)., H0...1.. 'froutou, tt i .'I
Aataonr. V.lla. No Ml, N Y 1HI)
Allen. Auna A , n. lit. Drooklm VU
Ileniamln. M il . o. ,tl..V. t . . . 8.i0
llsrne. aire. Agoea (I,. .1. UN. It Y SO.TKS
Ilutler. Miss .1., .No. 1 1. UrnoklfD, , . . U.VJ
llrttton, ill V. 11 , Aoadamr St., Tt.u-
ton. N. J .,,.,. . . .. 17A
flaacber. Jan. II, fo, lil. N V 14U i
llorn Auula M., No iHj.N V If.1
ilorli.. l.linaNa 34. N. V.. l.OhH I
lialroek. 511... No. J'i, N. 114 I
Hoillall. C K., Normal Uollaga, N. Y (vt
Kites. Mra.. No JO. N, Y . HH ,
Ua.tall.sra.MUs I. !.. No. :i, NY. '.j
llaird. MI8 K, ho, 38. N. Y IU
Itlau. lalu. No. yj. .ierey City ... T74
iiojj. Jl... II VV., No. 4, Jamaica, I.. 1. V7.i
li.lk.r. Mus No 37, K. Y..v. Ill
ili.ulli.rn. Ida M . No :i.. S V...... 7.1 1
llruoka. .anii, .Nonh Cs.lla, N. V I1 ,
Ilium, Sara. No M. N Y. IflJ
ll.rr.ll. Agnei, No . N. Y. 74'
lirlste, Vanny. No VJ. N. Y 17h ;
llro.n. I.uci.a. No. i1.. N.Y... '.'Il ;
il.jll... Mrs. tsarab. No. ;t5. N. Y ., I'-'U
IIosIidi, hiuui.. No. 1'.'. . rr L'ilr ICi I
ilutler. Jan.. I'rlmaiir 1). M V ,,..., 71
fl.tr. tt. Ilanu.li, Prlioary 4(1. Itrookliu . All
lurks rtnahj.. No. 4. it Y 1(11 ,
!lullr. Kn.ilj. No S.J.i.ytJltr ... V.HI .
Uum. tlntttt, No 14. llroualu. .,, 1,'ts
lroii. Ill-A. O .No ftll, ti.V. . ... 411 ,
Uuitgbtoii, Annie M, No. :., llrook)o.. Ill r
Hjio.II. . No IW. N. Y L-r
Bio.h. Ids. ro 3. ll Nikon. N J.... ' llll .
ilrjj.r. Maltba,4lhVarii. A.lorll.S V. Ul ,
Hirna, KatoA., So. 7IK N. Y. '2
ldeckV Annie A No. OS. N V 3i I
Ure., H .V. Ul, N. Y.. , I.H ,
UaHalt, NePUOVNo Oi S Y . . .11
Hrolbortou, Mil;, Primary 4 I. .V Y . . 411
Hi rue. Mtaa K. A.,l'nu..Yo 14.11rouklr 117
Itrnir an. Mlsa V! ' ,N.v J. .N V . . .!,
Uo.l, Ul.eK i . No 0H.IN Y .... IMi
t'ag.iala. tanor. No. 7, N. SO.fh'A
Onrlia, llllr. No. 44, Uruok'ju .. . . 7.M
(arolao. Mar. No. tin. N Y...... 3.II7W
I'astoll-liaaM h.,.V. 4t. N Y "'-'
Colirn. OiaoaM, No 7. N Y SI'S
tVtl.n, l-mur, no aa, N. Y... lull I
Canler. Franoas, No. in, N Y.... . 21 IP
I'otiui. l.lta U. No 1 Nicbola. N V . . S,4 .11
JalUaan. Anoatla V . I'rlmar 1. N V . yt I
tlsaij. Kala 1' . No. I. llroja.ju . 3...13
CuS. Hi... ho. IS, N Y ,. i'lll
I'arrull. l.luab.in, No. JO. N, V " US
( .-f,ii,., Jul . C , No. 77. N Y .... 47
Ooghlwv M.i..N. ,N, Y. 3.51 1
(lark. Xlu.M . No.'ii, N V K't
I'bipmao. J. no', a , No III. N V (Ul
Ooouba. MUa. No. 40, N.Y ...... .... AA
Uowlaa, Mra Karan K., No 47. N. Y ... ?- '
Cany. J !;. " Hut. N , Wets- ,
rhriltS: Kiv;v;Hb.;Vn-.- ::::: H ;
tailm. t-isatth 11 , No. ftll. N Y . 17."i
('oltoo. htlaell . No. Ul, NY HO
Crc.l.. Etta. No 4T. N. Y fit 1
Ltiailloii, lura. No. 03. N. Y. .,.., ... HQ
f eluiao, U.rj f.. No. Ml, N. V , '.H
rraoford, l.abeile. No. :l, ftrooklro .
Charen, Eniniali.. No h3. N Y ... Illi
L'oi in., .Lu. IC, No. 1(1- Bruuklyn , fit
pcile. lltea. No. S'l, N Y. .... ...... " 101
ioas, AoaaU., No. UN, N V. Hmj
blilon. Mail K . No UV.V Y ., B.I4
llaOD.il.iu, tnul.. Ni ii. 2. t bO
pownjag-AnoU, ot.Mattbow'aAcademy, ,
Beilo. Uusla, So. HI. K , Y . . 7J
lllo. Anni.A.,No.l,tI.wiloehaIla, '
ptwiv 'VKx,y:'M:Y"" lll '
luuooo. KatieA U. No 77. N , .. ll"S
iMopaer. hUaUlh,WlmerrlJo.4I,N.Y 77
Dooluig. rraneae A . No. B7. K. T. .... ITA
Paas. iUaa XL XL. Vo. 3, N. Y..... .. 3.17
)aita.Jla.. NorualUoUos. N7f.... 39
ua. aha a. he, KAi TV -.i... T
:.eittt. Id A .No. 7, N Y. , at
tigC a. He. 10. biooklya. .' 131
Ellis, Rlers, Washington School, nhwy,
N J... . ........... ,... 110
Psgan, AnnlsA I, , No 411, llrookljn., E.OCS
Pgan, Mla Ella, No 27. )lrookln. .... 7U i
lckr,MlieO.,No. ll.N. Y. .. Hlf
I Ir, Mra. L. II.. Ho-n Ind. Ken., N. Y, 2 '
Isllon. Annla, No 77. N. T... .U7
roller. Miss A., No OS, N. Y. lit)
yirnu. Allea M , No I, N. Y. m 1,W
ford, rl.lli.. No. 27, N. Y... ... JSl
Fl.her, flophls. No. j, l'orr'.e.ter. N. Y. &04
rlrnn, Mi.s M. 0., Fifth Ward, Aitona,
riooe,X'hrlstoVeII'Vormtl'floleV'M V, "III
Mnl.y, Maresret, No illl. N. Y V'i
Frar, laihella, No. rn, N. Y, 7S
Fowler, tmml, No. 17. lirooslrn 40
rormen. I'arne A., Cottage place Mle-
s on N, Y..,u, ,..,..., ,..,.,,, 47
femi.t MlesA..!., PrlmerrNo .1) N,Y. f M
field. Miss II. V It , No, 47. If Y,. .. oO
Fitibrone. ttr.. Msrr. S'n til, .N Y .. M
frrell. Annie. No, 20, N Y M
I'sssln, .loi.phlna K. . No, .10, N V. .. BS
I loro-ics. Hiss No. 70, N Y, ill)
Foot. Mias A. II . No. UK. Itioosl;o .. UU
Farsn, .Mies No. 10. IliWslrn. .,,.. ... J.II
llatH-rniai, Mssele. fit. Patrlos'e N, Y,. Si)
Holt, I'.. , tlnaitwey Uraminar Hchcol
I'lol M..II,.t., Slo in. lirooVljn . 'JT
.lsr.cn, Hannah, No 7.", N, V Clt.g.a
o;sry. M.n. K., No ill. .t V K,i4i
J.oin.luu, Jeaouelte, Port Itlihuirn I,
.K. I. , M7
JennMi, M.rleli., Prliisry 1ft, N V ,. n'.'il
.lahnFon. I'mma I, , vrlute Hens, N J. l'.'ll
.lohnaoo. aius M. A , No !). Ilrooklyn.. 1,11
dscotia. Mi., f,., No. till. ff. V, .... II,
.Isckman. I. Vt , to Iltt.N V 4J
. .ihneou. Mlsa n.D.. N, Y,,..., 4M
.Johnson, .loht A., Psik.ilV, K I fit
Jaiksnn, Iialiel a, No I, Ilobok.n ., I'.O
.r, l.ncr. No. si. n V.,.. m
.lsckman,.L.ara, Iol. N J . . IIS
Clanp.r. ,l.nnl, No y.. N. Y 7.IH
verland Miss K,, No 74. N Y l,7N,s
llr. AnnaO.. No. ft.1, N. Y l'.'a
err, MlaaM., Vo. N. Y........ MH
vnapp. hlna It , No. h4, N. V hill
or, Xalha, No. 44. N.V M
(a br, Kato, No .1. llrooklm M
lellv.IaallnsE .DI.I.II I.Treoton.N.d .. )U7
umr. M.n. No. 10. N.Y IR'I
trtiam. r. b , No 7M, Urookirn 1 1 1
hllleen, ill.. No '1. . Ill
(srl.r. .Mi.. II A , No, -jh, iitooklrn ., 31
Ores, Alice II , No 41. N Y (JO
lannidj. Ual.rL., No If, Jersrj Oily... 40
iilMr, Alas, No 40 Prwiilin ... , 2(1
ar. MIxaM, No UK, N Y !l4
CellT, Mary., Im. (,'nncen, N V, (It
..nilein. Matilda II., No ,77,SY.. . . 0,74'!
awlor. Manila, No .13. N.Y ...... . . lft't
.lndlarg.MleIll.lt ..No AV, H. Y. 1,384
. ill.. R, No. J5. N.Y..... l.UH
iok. 10er..aH., No. 7. N. Y.... ,, . 'J4II
.l.btnan. Ida, Prlroary. No 71, N v .. 3B,U7
.noh, MariiarolS., Primary 1, N. Y .. 7(1
.rls. lUrj U, tloll.ga I'.ilut, L. 1 140
Jebrrs. H., No ill), tt. Y 4IH
jsrlor, K. O., No. 4H , 411
lliant, Kmma A . Nn o.L llrooklru . 1V2
ach, Theresa No 7. S Y 47
.nitt. Ml.', No 4't. Ilrookljn IIS
xwne. Mar. No. 113, NY... ., Ill
,anatalt, Mlas M.. No rl, Ilnioklrn .. o
wls, Itclaa. No. 2 N V 40
.lord. Haute, No. 70, N. Y I0
ilaawoll. Ida, No. 34. N. Y, ........ .. still
lei.r.. Ilow, Prlm.ry No 4. N.Y (II
itandelbanm. Jnlla K., No. 0. N. Y 1,403
llctJaba. Mlsa. No. 10, NY. ... ...... filit
taton.y. Kata 0.. Primary 111, N. Y ... 1H3
loManua,MIa, No 44, ft, Y 4114
Holow, HllMM.,'jralnlnrT Uohool, llkljn 414
Haaon, .MamI. No a4, N Y... .'120
UoAdam. WlnnK No. 41, N. Y VVr
llarer. lloea. do. 71. N. V ...... 1R.383
McClnlinoi. Mies M., No. L'O, N. V 1.014
M.H.J, Maria. No. K3. N. Y U-!
Ilnrplir. .lolla. No. IM, N. Y l.O.il
Mlchal. Marab. No. 1, llottokao. N. J.... 131
Mollitab. Marr A , No. 70, N, V. M
AloMaiion, Mlaa I.. A , No. Hi, tt, Y .... 1.NII
Moa.hev, Marr (I., Primary 14. N Y ... 1 all
Maolionoruh Ml.aL., No 4H, N, Y 074
VelJrsn.. Ml.e II A,. No. .",, N Y H5
Jllllcr. Mlas M,, No ih, Urookirn 1,0111
Moororofl, Nallle, No .'0, N. Y.,,...., 4HU
Morph. MIm Anna II,, No. II, N, Y... S.fH'i
Mints, Hara, No 1 1, Hrooklrn., lv
Manholnior. Hopbl.. No. tffj, N. Y 131
McC'artlir. tlnla, No.'J. N. Y.,,., :
Mnrrar, Mlaa A. A .No. art, N. Y ,.. 1011
.Mejers, Alloa K., No. St, N Y (pi
Mej.r, Ma P.. No. 2'.'. N Y....J. 01
Mnrphy. Mrs J. h. , No 1H, N, Y, JHU
Moran, MIsaM. L, No. CO, N. Y 80
Mol onnaok.Mia, No. '.Ml, N. Y., 100
Vctlronlne, Mlei, No. 12, Hrooklrn. .... fij
Mol'tioraon, 1.11a, High Hcliool, Trrnton,
. N, J .. ... 31
Mrfawi, Mis., No. if. N. Y... ail
Molt. Mar; K., No, 07. N Y..... 134
McKeon. Margaret, No. 37, N, Y 4ll
Malono, Marr. No 30, Hrooklrn ,, ..",
McMurrar, Marie, No. 1.1. N.Y 2(1
McDonald. Mils, No 47. N. Y M
Mahsrg Miss. No. 1, Ilobok.n 30
Msr.h. Lottie, No, 7. Jorsejr (Jitr .... yO
Mlllsbongh. Mlas. No fi4, N. Y.' 00
Morns. Francis C., No 01, N. 30
Miller Mrs., No .28, N Y .. ,. . .... M
Mnlr. Mara-src t V . Mlnlslno. N. ' 2ts
Naligan. llriJgetE., No 211, N.V 1A1
NaTe. II.I.o, No 2f.. N, Y. . ... 141
Noonan, Amu. M.. No. (1, .lMraejrO.tr... 00
Needle, Marr, No. 20. N.Y 60
N.wmao, Mafrloa, Hebrew Free Bclioot,
No J, N. Y .. ' .. , ISO
N.nton. I'rallj, ,Ni 78. N. Y S.10
Norton, Marr U .No. 51. Itrooklrn 10
NsMlace, Ml.a, No. Ht, N. Y 4l
Null.rida, No 711, N. Y..... 5ll
N.winan. Sarah, No. 74. N. V. fill
Nelwall. Harriet, No 4.', N.Y ......... SO
Nor.l.man, Laura. Primary IH, N. Y..., 27
NaHs. An... U, No DO, ft Y 2S
Olrnst.d, Allea II, C, No, o, Auburo.
N. Y........ ., 2,noi
O'llcnnall. Marjf I., No. a i, N. Y 0.1 1
IVBrlon, I.lbbi, No 33. N Y ,..,. 1.718
Ormal r, Mrs i. I, Snahnrr .ra , N. V. 1,671
D.trandar, MsrtbaA., No, 1, Uroolljru.. 34
DIU, 'IV.sfa. Primary H. N. V "0
ndell, Mlnnlo, No TO. .V. Y..., fill
I'arlaol, Aliee M.J., No. :. it. Y SMI
Pratt. Miss M . N. 20. N. Y... IU
ll.rroo, Mary.l., No. 2.'i, N. V Ml)
Poll, aire. L. tt . No. 18, N. Y ... ....... Sill
1'oai, Ulara, Na 13. .iarmrCltr. of. J... 141
Pendleton. Uda J No. 02. N. Y 1.H1M
'.tenon, Ml.a A.. No. 1(1. N. Y 107
Parrkan, U.rlba, (Urn. Am . N, Y ... Oil)
Pop.. Mlsa ll. A , No. 3, N Y , Ill
Pbillpe, HattlaU . No. JaracrCitr 7.'
Porter, Zaunbla, klattaawan. n Y 17,1
Platto, VirgUie, No. 11, N. Y 74H
IMc. Miss K , No. 72. N. Y 1011
IVrl.r. Mrs M. B.. No 71). N Y . .. IHH
I'alon. L-.ul.a K , Nn 83. N. Y 117
Peyton, Mollle. Nn 14 J. racy City. .. .118
Paul, tfnnua, Ao. 71. N. Y IM
ro.l, I'lara. .No. 1.1, J.raay Uity.N.J ., IIS
Homain.. Ni.a. H-. 41. tt. 'Y . Ill
Itudlacnhauaer, Mlaa V . No. 3 J. N. V... 3,707
llkhman, .lulls. No. 77. N Y, 3,07(1
Koaa., Oalinaa.No. 4.V N, V. 34
lead. Alls. A, U.. No. 17, N, Y 1117
Ull.y, Hn.l. No fit N. Y 374
Ilork. Mlsa A.. No. 4.1, N. Y . ..... 13
lloog.t, Mice 8. V. N., No. 10. Ilmoklyn. 30 1
Hariiln. Mlsa A , No. 8. J.ray City . BO
ltenil.r, MamI Parmella, N. Y II,'
liar, It barta. No ls, N. Y fit
Itclner, Anna II , No. til, V. Y 40
Knot, Mlsa J K,, No. Illl, N, Y M
itoi.re, Anna I', No. 117. N Y 114
hiVy. tannic, llllMnili, N J.... f.'i
lloouay, Ml.a M K.. Aalorla, L 1 31
Hot. Mlas O., No 07. N, Y ..,., 4d
llelly, Hu.su. N J. Ntato .Mod. I. Trea.
too. N J , . .. , ., 4S
lbi.anbnrg. li.tb.r.Nci H3. N.Y..,,,. .. fill
hulloan, Mamie. Iranertgnr'tion, S.Y.. 0w7
Strang, ill.sl', . No 80. N. Y.. I'lil
Scanlau, Miuilo, No. 74, S Y .Ill
till), llann.il A., No. 26. N. Y 117
liari, Claris, llrammsr bi,bool. Arllug-
loo, N. J.......... , 401
Mioamat..r. VIimM .No 4 I. N. Y 204
Hbsrgo, Carrie, No 8, Jersey Clltr . .. Ifi7
rit.loioln. Ma. Primary, No 77, N. Y . (VI
r'isr.liierr, dinolf, 5r. IH N, V IM
Mi.pard. A T., No. 00, N, Y. 131
s.hr..dor, .Ml... No I'J. N Y ., 174
-htM.. airs. A ).,, No 40. N V 34
hpuls, Kraaia. Primary 41, K. Y . .. 48
S.nguiastar. Lillian II , No 14. Albanr. 100
Eitnlrb. Mainle, Primary, U. Jlrldi.eport,
Conn,,,.., ...... 77
-toil, li l. No .1. ll.iji.k.M..... OH
Sprinter. Ad din.. No 30, llrooklyn ., tit
: fins, Abuio. No 40, N Y 107
-milliAnnaW VV , No. 20. N Y . . 42
Smith. Mlaa M ha 57. N Y., 20
hinia, Kal.t... Primary '.7 N V, 40
Si'otaon. I'luronc, Na 1,0, N Y Ml
sin.r, Kata, HUh Srlif.it Jnraey City. .. 3
tub, Jull", No 38, N Y.... ..... 34
Po omen. I.lrxto, N.w llrishlou, 8 1.... VI1
.6. it. ill... No. 4-1 N V (!
twrllng, oohi.. No, uV N. Y. 30
.i tiiH.iao, No ' Ynnk.ra, NY. . 30
lll. Mi-. No 2N, N Y '-'(I
inon., Mr.. A , No ,11. N V .'Ill
l.ir.l f.illia. No 7. Jr..r Clly 18(1
IsI'kX. Maiy. Na'J.V N. Y .. h4
rtisinir. Urace, No. 4, Pi.rt 1'be.ler,
NY., . . IX.8
I'ait, Aniilo, No 2't. Ilrookliu 9,378
llioiut..on, Ml.a, o 13, nriH.klyu . . f.0
Ivuiat, Miaaji. No. iCi V. V ' 41
lunni. Mlaa IT J.. No 74, N.Y K7
Die, J.oul.. No 'ilN.Y. ..... , .,.,., 721
ilnloindl, .V'ar, A , No. 74, N.Y 47
lllh.ln, Marxsrailt. No. fii.N Y . ... :8
Uiall. Mary, Nl 4", Dliukiin ... 30
I'vloaentitrr, Mui. .No fi7, lirooajyn, ., 20
filun, Mary A.. No. 20, .V. Y l.tlt
till VTord..!, K . No. 4 N Y.. 72
to rh.... MikC A , No 41. N Y , 2!)
IVIVm iin VI A . No, 42, llrookltn . l.bl.'l
IVbi.llh n. Mvealr, No. 12 J.r.or (i.tr. :.K
lVaiali.MI.K V., No. 3. N. Y .... . 4.11
.Volltlar. llooaoa t. No..11 l)roola . VAH
IVoo-ls, Miasr! A., No 14 N V . h7
IVIirt.. 11nu I., No. 10. N Y. M
iViilum M:rs Ik A., vV naht'a butmasi
l'u lx. llc.uklio.. . ps
iVwhbuin. Xl.ry 1; , No 31. a. Y . .. C.n.'t
IWkl, Kate.Tianton, N J. 2lt-
llard, F.a. No 7L .' Y ,
iVUit., Mua, No li. Ur.KT.ajyu ., Illl
iVal ll, K A., No 2S, N. ) ! i,
iValsb, Klon, No '14, X. Y .. .. 70
IVlnls, N I. . No 0.1. N Y ,. 4
.VoI(,MiaU A..N.s4II.Kuthrford,.N.J. :.'I
Aid. Jo.i, OihWard, A.toria. I f. 3i
iVrinbt Mla J. F. Aeadsmr at., Tr.n
toa. Jl J ... ,. Ill
Vv,i,s, Kate, Oran" as. , Irenton.N.J. l.HO
.'cling, Anna, tta 34. V V 2H7
kounsllog, nati.. N. 77. N. Y 31
i'ouus. Annie. No 20, Jersey City ...... 2o
Leuo, ilabel, Na u. Iloboksn, N. J ... 100
' at.' 1 .
A Reckless Man.
(Treat rVeos at'Ca?!.)
r. Wliere are yon going T
I. -Going tn bko a bath.
"Yon don't say so! Well, that shows that
be dt) s of mirseles are not 01 er yet. ''
"Oh, I take a bath every year, uo matter
shcther 1 rtallr litfd it ur not.
When baby was stak w gave bar CaatorU,
When ah waa a child, tb cried for Caetona,
When eh became IUaa sh oluoa t Caatorla,
WTtta ah had Chllditn, ah gaie taest Cuterl.
SAVED BY A FALL,
a - a -..
A Story of Loyo and Advcnlnrs on
(lie iligb. Sen
Themerchsnt rhlp PruM. (mm Bombay,
forLondoti, lay hccaln.ed off the westcoait
of liindoostati, between (lia and Manga,
lore, where the Lthar.ts Mountain were
tern toweling In savage grandeur thousands
of leet in Hie a r, with v.ild torri-ttts leap
ing notut tho locks, flashing thiuimh the
dork green shrubbery and milling with tbe
din of thunder.
"If the wind doesn't rls.' ereio-morlow
morning ws wilt bate to anchor, "said the
captain to Hubert UmtcUl, a hendiome
young usvsl lieutenant on leavo of ab
aeiico from Ins rrliiato stationed ivt liombsy.
IdoniUalit Inlay the ilnp's holies on
that coast, nor do I like to get loo neurit,
i have u card btd stories of the natives there!
at oliv rate. 1 behavp that nliuoBt every
lliiiuoo is a thiof and inttr.lt lor by nature!"
Hill Upton, ilaughtorof Ala or I ploit, who
was hound home for Ida Jiimu.i icalment.
on slcl. leave, hesHl these vvoids. and. slitliU
derltig, drew closely to tho side or her In
A quick gltneo waa then exchanged be
tween her and tho young naval lieutenant,
whoHoieassuriiig look tcimcd tunt oucodlt
pcl her fears.
Major Upton noticing tho clanco, frown,
lug. saul to Ids daughter. "Lome. Dell, let
us go bolowl"
.vMnlield had been a suitor of Hell's since
the catno tn visit her fntliu at Jiomhay,
some months before. The girl fnvorcd liltu.
hntnotHO the .Mnlor. who vvautod her to
chooso a wealthier lover, ,
Iloll was beautiful, with a form of unri
valled grace, blown eyes, a clear pearl
wliltnskirj, with llttlecolor. and dork cohliti
hair that fell In rippling masstH over a pair
ormagnlllcentshoiildeni. , ,
Ihe I.leutcunnt watched her ndmlrlligly
until she disappeared In the tablu. ,, .
No hnrm shall befall lit r, not whllo I
Ilvel" ho thought, as ha now glanced un
oasily towards tho rniat. "Wehavo arms
ahoard, have vrc not?' ho added aloud to
Ay, or. sir: but it Isn't likely wo shall
be attacked. Wo are full two leagues from
the coast, and beloro we are mar enough
to ho boarded a broizo will tpting up, I've
no doubt. "
A few hours later night closed rnnndthe
ship. Tho sky was coveted by thick clouds,
which obscured tho moon and seemed to
betoken that a brcco would come beforo
Meanwhile, the ship having drifted a
league nearer the coast, tho Lieutenant
thought the captain very careless not to
havo more than hi 01:0 lookout forward
posted on so dark a night.
Iicforo 11 o'clock tho quarter-deck was
deserted by all earo the officer ot the watch,
a lazy follow, wno was now.trclcliul on tho
carpenter's chest, half asleep, while the
watch forward, an Wlnllcld (who atood
leaning over tho rail amidships) could per
celvo by tho light of alantrin In the fore
riceiiir, lay reclined ou the hatch, tome of
Not feollng sleepy the rounst Lieutenant
resolved to go aloft rn the mlz.:en. topsail
vard to watch for tho first sign of a breeze.
Arrived on tho yard, theglnont waa n in
tense that he could not seo the water below,
although as he still gamd in Hint direction
vraa it reality, or only imagination: ho
thought he could detect a dim outline uf
something shooting around the shin's stern 1
He was about descending when tho clouds
parting over the lnnou, a flood of silvery
light was poured down on shin and water,
revealing a spectacle that thrillod tho young
man with horror a scene so sudden and
unexpected that Ills ciy heart sotmed to
Whllo he was aloft. Hell Upton hndenmo
out nn tho quarter-dccl-, nnd now stood with
her back to the rail, nlmut two feci front it,
her head limed, ns If she was in deep
thought, so that her beautlliil uhtto neck
shono llko polished ivory iu thu clvur moon
light. Unseen, unheard by the young girl, a
Hindoo, with a long, lithe body, naked
tn thcuwaiat, had claiuborul the side,
from Unto canoe containing half u
dozen of his companions, and had coi
triveil to'rllde, fcrpeiit-lil,e, ot the outside
of tho idiipuntll he had ohtaimda position
directly behind her, when he had drawn a
sharp dirk, which ho wamorr on the point
of plunging into tho t now v neck of tho fair
pahscnger. that she might give no alarm!
The l.iontenant's hands clinched tho yard
liken viao a.4 ho bohild tho vtmtig la ly's
He' must save her he would snvo her.
he thought; and yet, how waa this to he
l""-0' . ....
To give an alarm would only hasten tho
girl's doom: to descend, no mutter how
quickly, by means of onoot tlieliaekatavs.
would bo of no ush, as she would perish
heforo ho could reach tho deck and attempt
to stay thedtadly hand I
Thero was no tlniotoloso; in three sec
onds the dirk would dccernl ami the girl
would ho killed at one stioke, so that tho
miirdoror's companions who had already
hognii to ascend tho vcsrel's sldo could
pounce nn the drowsy malo occupants of
tho deck, and slaving them, makn them
selves masters of tho ship almost before a
warning could be given.
Like a lightulugUadi, thnlnstlnctnflove,
the rosolnliou to save JSell In some man
tier from this Immediate attack, nut a sud
den thought to the braiu of tho agonized
Tho Hindoo murderer, in li. position on
the outside of the shin, was under the Lien,
tenant, although about fortv feit below
him: whllclhegiil, standing two feet from
the rail. was vrilloii easy reach 01 the native,
whose arm and hodv as stated, wero now
dra n n back from the bulwark! , tn giv o force
'Ihe young man, thorcfore. deemed that
It would be au easy matter to reach tho
Hindoo in the o-ily way it could now he
done with ufl cient rpl.litr to prevent the
accomplishment or his dcidlv purposes
way at once novel and desur ra'e. and which
would, vorltape, involve his own destmc.
in a word, Lieut. vVlnficl. rot hesitating
to lULuitber life or limb for th.' woman he
loved, rtitudved, to dropdown from near the
onil of the uiurcii.topsijl.jard upon the
Hindoo, tnrty feet In low, and thus dash
him from the; alt into tho r a . perhaps kill,
tug liini.ire lie couhi deal the fatal blow
with hi nidified dirk'
He vvtiil 1 litter a shrill cry a warning to
Iherri'vv-ashecleavHii the all. thus rousinf
them, pethape, in tune to meet tlio attack
of tho robbers, and insure the further
safety of lloll and the ship.
Tho euiorgeiiey s fmiHod of no delay.
The snung man, clutching tho nrd near
the end. hunc by it a .eennd. to mke
sure h was in a line with tlio Hindoo he.
peatht then, lust n Hie dirk was nlmut tn
ilesci rut, he let go of the spar with n lnn.
wild cry that pluccd evcrv corner of the
shift, ami down he wont, nituting throuch
llieair vvIHi tei rifle sell cit'
'Jlieruwasa whirlins. ru-hingaoiind-thrn
XrS I f"l "t taylna
5cSx tomcthlna IiADt
BOOTS us BUSES P ivS
DUES3E1) wjru nisw" briwiru
NEVER OCT HARD AND STILT.
WlTKItPltllOF ina wvr,uJ to preuir
leather, tvtq Imp it tult -.d durable.
it U Drug. V0 Hon fmrnitMrna StofsSvt
WIIL tTAIM OLO 4 NIW ru N ITVM YfXtltih
will Stain qui ins Cmimawaiic a ff
wiu taim Tinwaai aivs
wuu stain vua ol iacT titn.
wllSta1h Coach M-
COMPLETE AND LASTING.!
Are Hie ttesnlf Thnt rotlovr One Dp
Another In Qnlrlt Hncceeslon.
" About foir rears sgol att.nileddanreit si est
of tbaae 1 beeiro ovetheated, went ontilde aaj
caeght cold "
Th epsiker was Mr. 0 w Wendllag, tl hi
home, 00 (irnnd etrret, llrooklyn.
'Paine In my head and otrr my eyes follnel
the oold, and 1 could never get rll of thepalnie.
tha col I.
"!y throat was alwsyi dry en J hotky, and hurt
me to talk i my noso woald get clogged np, fir dot
one aids tien the other.
"Itwae a lad rate of bronchial catarrh, nil
spent a grunt O.Jl of mency with phyilolansiai
''PT '-Tr" 'fe-ai I f- mmm' 1 1 wsaa3Ja
O. W. WhNDLINO, CO Grind -street, Brookljm. '
rAt"nt tflftltefnoi, bnt nanrbid a fall dji rlVC
' My (eneral health wtu food, and iepk for tha
eonttnual hiwklDf, coajtblu and ralilnar pblem
from my throat and hoad, 1 felt no other atokoMt.
"IreadaeTPral itatamentsln tb. papers whtrt
people had been cured of catarrh.and finaltoali4
on Dra. Copeland A Illatr. and findinc their term
aomaebmoreieaaonable than I had expected,!
put mrrelf nndtr their care, and hara then ta
thank for my oure for I am
AM EHTirtKLT VCIX MAf hOW,
and thle atatetneotof mtnecwin eaellbe Terlflettlf
any one will call at my home, CO Orand atrei.M
GOPELAND & BLAIR
are located permiDenttyat
92 5'u) live., near 14th SI.,,
147 W. 42dSL, near Broadway?
NEW YOU If. C1TV, j
wh.ro they treat with enror.e ill onrabla casaa.
tlfilre hsnre-Dto 11. Illl A Jf., 1 to4 P.M., 7te i
III'. .M (SiliidaTslscloitedl attaclaltiea OaUrrk l
ami all di-ras.. of the Eye, liar, 1 hruat and Lung, !
Clirottlo Ult-eaKps. -...-
Address all L all to Dra OOl'Iif.AND A DLAIB, 1
147 V c.t 4.1 at , 1,'aiT Vork I'lty.
mtOOKIiYN UKVICIS AT
149 PIERREPONT ST.
A well mado Palrof Trouoorq
mado to order nt SO. BO In
Largo Variotlos, go to
Z Br.OADT7AT,"opp. Tott Offle.
,1235 DnOADTTAT, cor, 3tat Strwerb
JSt-lOt noWEIlV, cor, nroome'gt.
a loud thud, as the heavy bootheela of thl
falling body crashed upon the head of th
dusky native ere he could use hi knife,
dashing him from the rail into tho sea aud
killing him Instantly! ,
'Ihe watch had heard the warning cry of
tho Lieutenant; and ero the other natives
could rt cov er from their surprise, canted by
the occurrence which had so suddenly and
unexpectedly broken upon them, thedeekl
were alive with the whole crew, on which
tho gang of robbers b at a hasty retreat.
Mtanwhilcllcll Upton had been so bewil
dtri'd by that sudden, fearful cry she had
hc.ird, and tbe subsequent splash of the two
bodies falling iu tho water, that, not tills
boat was lowered and the Lieutenant, who
had bron struggling in the yea, waa brought
aboard and in tho cabin, toeyplaln, ins
faint voice, how he had saved her life, oil
she clearlj comptehend all that had takes
'J hen she threw herself down by ths
prostrate form of her lover, and hung over
him In agony, fearing that ho was fatally ,
tnjiitfei. Noon, however, the ship's doctor ,
gave cheering Information to tho contrary,-,
The young man had unstained a fearfu
shook from his contact with tho Hindoo!
body; but as that body had offeifd little re
sistance to his downward progress when nt
struck It-in fact, as it had boeu simply
driven beforo him into tho sea hia lower
limbs, although partially paralyzed lor ths
Hire, worcnot hroku.
Ho had, however, fallen ilangcrontly near
Iho rail; atoll of the shin to the other side,
ere he let go of tho top all. yard to desoend,
would havo caused him to fall on the bul
warks, when, of course, he would have been
"Never before. "Maid the doctor, "dldl
hear of such a darinr performance! , . .
"Ay!" exclaimed ilnjor Upton, wlthaa.
miration aud gratitude. "Clod bleaahlml
lletc. I 'i'l! I he shall have you, girl, forks
has well earned) on!"
He put both hand of his daughter, h
had clasped her lov er'a neck.iii tho Lieuten.
ant's, and turned his head to hide a few tears 1
on hlii bronzed clicrk, ...
Immediately after the young man had bees J
hrom.'ht lu ard, an oF.slinre breeze prang
up. enabling the eantain to head acaward.
In dm time tliHvcs.el reached her hop
port, when the Lieutenant, who had by tat
time fu'ly recovered from the effect of nil
fall, claimed his beautiful and willing bna.
One of tho Many Poor. I
Among the many applications for aiilsV
ence received dallv at Tub Wohld office J
one yesterday that deserve mention. Au Mt
wit asked for a little orphan girl, sick as! :
poor. Tho friend who made the appeal toll '
a sad tory of piUfortuno. and saili , ,
there nooneout.idoof the chsrity organu; 4
lion who can help her? I'erhab om i m
the reader of Ihb KveiImi WOBiD.it .
tlierkiiowl.ersorrnw-.might try to llghtta jm
It." l'erhapa they may. H
A Consldernto Dobtor. H
1re.i ttxai HftUi, M
Collector hen are you going to pay this
bill T I can't le coming here every dsyht !
the week. H
rtbtor Well, what day could you oom 8
couvauiently t )
"I conld call on Saturday." ,)
"All right: from now on I lhall expJH
you every (Saturday." ,S
W It tbe Grip f
Daaa Bias After trylnx nearly everything tor.
ol toe worst oo'de I eier 04 1 purchased boitle es BJ
year lUxra'e Kirrcroaant. Oa eVea gat "t W
great rellot and on hottl offeotad a vereat ewe, t H
cannot help reoummendlog is to every on' aotnti
W, RTutnig. 39lUaUaoaai.